Title: Winter Haven Daily News-Chief
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00086748/00262
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Title: Winter Haven Daily News-Chief
Uniform Title: Winter Haven Daily News-Chief
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Winter Haven Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Winter Haven, Fla.
Publication Date: May 4, 1964
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Polk -- Winter Haven
Coordinates: 28.034444 x -81.721667 ( Place of Publication )
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Bibliographic ID: UF00086748
Volume ID: VID00262
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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THE MfATt R Winter Haven Daily News-Chi Of 100 TU pow World

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Florida Will Vote Tomorrow; .

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rer -G1 t ,PROJECT rC', Polk May Set New RecordI I

Q wlsTta NAVEN CEC U.S. Senator County Has 18

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Governor Bids Races Listed

In SpotlightBy On BallotThe

tilted Press laterMUonal wT possibility of a record
Florida candidates for governor primary vote loomed la Polk
roamed the state today County tomorrow as some
\ pping from one big voting hopeful candidates awaited
center to another! In a final M the moment of decision when
thrust for a berth ID the runoff upwards of 40,000 cat xea will
after Tuesday a first primary e register their choices la the
election r county W polling places.
The six.way race for the j The polls will be open from
WINS FIRST PLACE Evelyn W.gn.r, a student In the Winter Haven Democratic: nomination for T em to 7 pat
High School Cooperative Education Department, displays the plaque the department governor hat captured most of The primaries are unique In
I won with ft* "Speaker's Guide" .t the State CEC. Convention In T.mp., The the limelight, but US Sen. several respecU, chief of
guide wit entered In the Community CMc Service Project DivIsion it the eonven.Ho Spessard Holland campaign which is the fact that this Is
*. MM! Wagner wn chairman of the project for reflection I II one of the the first one under the reorganised .
county setup of products
mOlt important races on the
ballot. Increased from 47 to 81

Student Project Brailey Odham of Orlando though In reality there will

Shuffle Club'sCourt has conducted a hard hitting no only registered be 90 aa one voter precinct has

I campaign against the veteran
There are TI.MM voters

Wins State Prize I Plans peeled Holland to but be the renominated latter It ex bya eu-time for hlgh-and this prim.ry-aa If 80,000 of

heavy margin \ them, or W per cent, go to
Another race that ii taking too
poll a new primary roc
The Winter Haven High School C E. T Convention In Tampa the public fancy la that be- I .. \ ord will be set the previous
I Cooperative Education Department with its "Speaker'* Guide." To Be UnveiledThe tween James W. Kynea and high being la I960 when alN
won first prize at the State The project,which waa entered Earl Falrcloth for attorney voted There U also the
In the Community Civic Project general. Kynea la currently chance that a new all.time
A 'COMMERCIAL' FOR SHELLEY BOONE Tneie two high school it*
Winter Haven Commission .
Division at the conventiontook holding the by
post appointment
Mail Carriers the C. E. T Departmentthe will plunr.lnto the pre- but Faircloth has heavy dents, Vend Carlton of Highland City, loft, and EHubeth Grlco of Fort Meade retort set for The any mark election set la couldbe the
entire school year to com llmlnarle for moving the support and this appears to be used a wetl-known TV commercial pitch for their candidate for Polk' County luper 1NO November presidential
plete. Downtown Shuffleboard Club anybody's race Intendent of public Instruction at Seturdey'i Democrat! rally 'In lertow, the lost election was II....
Join Search It contains categorized and to the Teen Center al regular The only other statewide ., the campaign, (Other, photos on Inside p..J I While most of the contests,
meeting Wednesday morning In
Indexed listing of speakers In
halL contest la between Incumbent of which there art II for various
this area who are availablefor city Edwin L. Mason and Phillip S office, Involved chiefly
Plan and for
public appearances at clubs the construction\ specifications nhuffleboard Brewer for Public Utiltiea Patrol personalities the school: board
and civic organization 10 Arrested Troops SaigonTo
For Baby Boy The first place price was won court at the Teen Center will\ CommiMloer, races-and to a lesser extent
from among entries from the be presented by City Manager Republicans have a three the contest for county super
I eUU's 13 districts.: l, C. C. Ryan, and the commission way race for guberaattrlal" iateadenl of scheols-wUl be J
1 CHICAGO iVPI-PoUt. and Attending from Winter Haven wffl also discus possible revisions nomination among Ken F .lk., Jn ,Raid! At greatly influenced by the
\ federal agent were joined In High School were 19 delegate In dues requlttunnu, 11 B. (Bob! fdeter .nJ Protect Americans rtceol controversy{ .**(' 0,
their search for the kldnipedFronctak and four faculty sponsors Including foe both the Downtown Club to Charles & Hofly Junior college lit*.
baby today by the aa Rodney Padgett, Will- the Teem Center. There was Not even I night cut to two SAIGON South Viet NimUPf County Superintendent ih J-
tight US Army personnelwatching
tion'i letter carrier. lam Hoffsea, Robert Stephenson strong opposition from officer hours sleep and ..dl.dJnuc' I Negro ClubA ( >-Authorities enforced thetI.ht..t the salvage ley DOOM II I being opposedby
of the club, but aa appeal from operatons Bill Read, and the
The infant, Paul Joseph war and I* M. Oldt vocal cords could itop Sen To a i possible security me isuret were wounded Saturday junior
the membership\ which was expected college question has been
born eight days ago at Chi Jr. of Jacksonvillefros"kn la Saigon today to block when terrorist *
night a oa ebicycle
at a subsequent commission Into .
Meted this Iof, .
cage's Michael Reese Hospitaland an out mm pa: If n fin'I 1' the increasingly hold terror tossed a bomb Into I race .
meeting-lid IIOtmat.r.lallze raid at the Negro Ilk Dora Coi
kidnaped the following day Blast WrecksVacant and later the Winter 11en ,,- Jacksonville After s 4 a m arrival' : dub on First st. N. la Florence tscUc of Communist guerrllir crowd near the harbor, None of member Phillip, face, Lakelandboard tremea- i
by a woman posing aa a nurieMrs from Peniacotawherftoe .
Downtown Council, made up Villa early thl* morning the men was seriously doss opposition from
appeared on te.vlaio: : Police and many
troop patrollingthe
of merchant professional resulted\ la the arrest of two --
Dora Froncxak, the andonook hands with factory city were under orders to sections\ of the county-notably
dark.haired, 28-year-old wife of people and property owner In white men and eight Winter Winter Haven-for tier stand
workers, Mathews mixed
humor keep t h
particular w a e on Driver HurtIn
the central business district, Haven H'rrOt.be Polk County
aa aircraft mechanic: still was HouseA and earneatnesa In an appeal to Sheriffs American crtliens In view of oa the state site survey Uam'i
went on record la favor of the Department reported.The .
confined to her hospital room. campaign workers at I breakfast the weekend violence against recommendation which she
A frustrating one.week search commission action. In Jacksonville two white men arrested U.S, and two other member., who
the sabotage
fire and about The commission 1* also were operator of the club,Sidney personnel
left police with few clue. do act come for reelection
Sea Scott Kelly. In sinking of the aircraft ferry up
a statement AccidentA
2:49 a.m., Sunday resulted-In scheduled to take action on a Morgan, 49, of Miami, and this .
Authorities expressed hope time,
rejected. Seth MeK
a loss of approximately $10,000to contract ratifying the closing of issued before .leaving hit Theodore lea Morgan, 43, of the Card .
that the baby and his kidnaper hometown ll, her opponent, stand to I
a concrete block the east end of Magnolia Ave, of Lakeland for a Lakeland. The former was A under two
eventually would be found.. two-story plan was study 'ia car collision on pick up a lot of vote because
Helping them were the nation' apartment house, next to SW, which hat already been final day of campaigning In charged with aelllng whiskey Washington, source said, to first It. N near Ave 8, NE, of her position
m.OOO letter carrier, vast Qulnn' Gas Station on Haines approved. Tom Swann, owner of (Continued On Page 1, Col. T) after hour, operating a gambling return two companies of jU. resulted\ la over $.1$0 damage Austin T Race Jr. of Win
network of Federal Bureau of Bird Lake Alfred. property which be ha*offered to establishment possession tery Police to South Viet Namto to the vehicle Involved and tar Htvea, chairman of the
The vacant apartment house the city so that Second St. can of untaxed cigarette. Bend guard American Installations minor Injury to one of the
Investigation sketch of the agents kldnsper and a new 1*, owned by C. a Quinn of be opened to Ave, C when Magnolia Top Science was $1,600 and $1,000 respectively. and dependents The companieswere passengers, the Winter Roves site board.surrey was team's m support choice of the
Winter Haven. 1* closed will pay the city \ withdrawn In December Police Department reported. There
fire Chief Allen Lewis said $3,000 to cover the cost of The eight Negroe arrested Efforts to salvage the Card Leroy whltilngton, 20, riding UI three legislative
The new sketch had more detail a neighbor told him she saw rebuilding Second St. through for gambling in 1:60 a.m. raid were reinforced with the arrival In tn automobile driven by races In the county only one.
more facial shadowing anda flame In the upper apartmentbefore to Ave C, according\ to term Pupils Attend are all from winter Ilaven.They of a salvage team from Douglas Gordon field, It, both of which involves/ an tntum
lightly different hair styling the explosion, which of the proposed contract. were: Lemar Auterey" 14, 13S Suble Bay Naval Base In the of Wahneta, wa* treated for bent Ray Matter of winter
than previous conceptions. wok people four block away. Another project that will get Ave. P, NE; Roosevelt Harris, Philippine. A UJ mllltsryspokesmta minor cull at Winter Haven Haven, seeking his fifth term
U.S. Postmaster General Doors of the building were commission action will be the 13, 2313 Second St. NE, Jonathan said' the chances of Hospital and released shortly in the House, Is being challenged
John A. Cronouskl In Chicago blown off hinge and a gaping\ proposed rebuilding of Ave T, State ConclaveA Falcon, 28, 1726 Proxy saving the vessel from CI p.ll. after the mishap early rester- by Jack L. Turner of
tor a speech Sunday announced hole from roof to ground was NW, for which fund are available Ct.; William Smith 24, JIlt rag were good day morning. Aubumdsle and Q Quitman
be was acting to enlist the aid left on one comer where block In the residue of the II Fire 81, Nt;; Charles Richard The aircraft ferry sank Into The field\ car, traveling Quinn of Winter Haven. Mat
of the nation letter carrier In were blown out Into the yard. million storm drainage bond Winter Haven High Schoolteacher Campbell, IS!, mailing addrea the harbor mud Saturday after south on first It., collided with ton appear to bare a substantial
Issue The commission will and two junior are attending listed aa general dell very,Winter aa automobile driven' John edge
the search for the Froociak A* yet, Chief Lewis said no Communist Viet Cong terrorist' by
baby determination baa been made discus appraisals on rights of the first Florida Junior Haven; Leon M Hunter planted explosive along the Thomas Brunson, II of Lakeland Lies Hill Griffin, who has
Letter carrier will be askedto a* to cause of fire and explosion way for the project Science Symposium Inbe 41, SOT Ave T, HI:; John Andy ships hull and lorD a gaping The Brunaon ear going been In the House for eight
report anything suspicious Also up for discussion, according sciences, fcumsnltles, and engineering Mathew, 29, 130 Ave. P, HI:, bole about 10 feet below the north, veered across the centerline yen, II I running for state
or anyone resembling the Quinn said be didn't known to the agenda, will be asidewalk al the University of and James Andrew Tlmona, it, watertUM of first fft. to avoid hltttnc senator to succeed Scott Kelly,
sketch to the FBI at once, whether he bad renewed the on Ave 0 sear the In- Florida along with participants 22J Ave P, ME (Continued Oa Page I. Col $) {Continued Oa Pt,* .. Cob 11
Cronouskl said Insurance till he checked his wood School a subject that baa from throughout the state Bond for the eight Negro
lock box at bank. (Continued Oa Page I, CoL t) Chester A Mann, teacher of was set at f 100 each. rw g1 I IAw
chemistry and physics, and Complaints from nearby residents .
Jimmy C Chumney, of first resulted In the raid by r V
Terrace, Wahnet; end Susan deputies of the sheriffs office
Beth Johrieon, of Ave D 6E, and the hate Beverage De
are attending the three-day partment.Straw.
eymposliim which started yesterday
and end tomorrow
The two etudenu were nominated Vole
by c. fl. Ortt, principal,
on the basin of recommendations Slated At
from their science and

math tllcllerll.blYlaclllplD- Jaycee Club
terest la those tI.ldI.
The program at the lympoe-
lain Includes: addresses by The Winter Haven Jaycee.
scientists, engineer, and educator after a short busiaese meet '
*; six Invited research= lag tonight at their clubhouse 4'
paper by florid alga school oa Sixth St, IE:. will have a
:N students: visit*lo university Uiwvot oo the candidate
,, laboratories: a torem panel oa for state aDd local office
"Careers t* Science;" and around Ballot will be counted sad
table meeting of alga the result announced at the
choot and onlrertlty.. science meeting While/ the vote are I
teacher le discus common being counted several member lA 4. iFN I
problem. : will apeak to the local
tome of the speeches Include*
Spesk Up" Jaycee cootest
once'The,"(hallMge H' Harry oIW..Ic.H.Staler bead. Program Caalnaaa Jeff
I Gaiae ."e. an members aid
of the Miverclty chemistry cs.
interested to tttead the
II I pertinent: "TCsrtrttloe) reels of parties
MarIN TaMle"t>7 A. f.Carr, cttcctlag,
I research) proleeeor of biology; er
"..0.. vs. tnlgtitM by fULTT S1UPMCNT

II franklin A. Doty of no doparune Daily Carl! wings (la ho***)
I ** of social*ctea ei sad from the FroM aad VegetableISMpeettoa
wj t v 1 Y "WVst I* IftgWeertocT," by ) Division t
W Deava f 1. Merits I r., of BMjoO > By ran. U.700 grspflfratt. It,
I .fe ., eoclneertof\ 104 .,,, OO temples. by
Tko pM-ttcipntM al the .. .
r tr* k. .4M grapefruit tUMaraagee T'_

poetois will of florid b* homed*dor*la* _ML'alversUy four temple; total, HOME FOLKS HEAl Kf UY-/... C....fy'* gubernatorial! endldt, Scoti

LAd ALFRED AfAXTMENT WILDING WXECKIO-A early sevnl'9 fife lee a4 food will bo served kf lUll grspefn.it, 42JM onagee. KeBy, wowed up a whirlwind campaign thr**)!" hi. homo county Saturday with MI
I f..Bowed. by .. eipWe* gassed eke* 110.000 damaga to this bwUii S.fI4'J. the w>iver ally food service. total. 124.f ItjtM toaip.es hMa far.a shipping appeal for ..,port *t the rally I lie fertew

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____________ _____ __ __ ____ WINTER HAVEN DAILY NEWS.CHtEF-WINTER HAVEN, FLORIDA Monday, May 4, 1964-
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plawdaftg. a ayeMh sMit Mr
Alabama a t Oeerts C. Wi3-
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.. "Ckweh Is a reed fleet to Lift t
which to def peer hate kr a
ma who betfevM to Oed aM TO
the B tIt."

deotified DesMcratk strategist
on the outlook of the November
"It looks so food right now MATTOXH.
I'm almost afraid to talk about
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For FREE TransportationTo

The Polls

Call '

:1jf { a '> HAMP ROGERS


ARGUMENT GROWS WARM County Commit. | nade charges at Commlttroner Floyd
I tloner Let W. Dunton with cigarette, end hit opponent, I I Woods ,U at left, former Sheriff Hegen Parrlth it ".p. WINTER HAVEN 293-5422
Jams R Muito ere arguing r.th.r hotly after MUIIO I IThe ing between the two. LAKELAND 682-3422

to observe on this day and "THE CANDIDATE TWIST1-Be* Hill Griffin, who
I May 16 Named Armed Forces Day By Mayor every day the great contribution Is running for the Florid. State Senate, adds e different
of the Armed Forces to our campaign touch to the Bartow rally with daughter.
national safety Frances
at partner
Mayor Richard Dantcler today proclamation If II
proclaimed Saturday, May follows:
18 as Armed Forces Day In "Whereas, May 18, Is being
Winter Haven and called upon observed throughout the United CORE PlansPicketing
local citizens to observe the States as Armed Forces Day q.i .
occasion and
"Whereas, the Armed Forces
tf the United States are constantly Of
on the alert throughout
the world to protect our beloved c
Country and"Whereas give her
great sacrifices' ConventionsPHILADELPHIA
are made dally In far-flung newSpraygranceMist
parts of the world by membersof (UPDCJv.II : .
the Armed Forces to prot.ct rights demonstrations will be
freedom and liberty for all, staged at the nominating
cooventions -
Now, therefore, I, Richard of the Republican aDd by Corday
Dintzler, by virtue of the auth Democratic parties, accordingto
ority vested in me as Mayor
Congress of Racial FAME orTOUJOURS
of the City of Winter Haven, i CORE r'
Equality ( )
do hereby proclaim May 18, James Farmer, national director MOI*
as Armed Forces Day In Winter f of CORE, revealed plans Gift her with Corday Spraygrance
Haven, and allourcUlyeni
urge for the anU-iegregitlon protest = MIlt&Your choice
Sunday at the close of a three of Fame,tool and chic,or
day conference here by members Ttajoun MoJ,enchantingly
REPUBLICANSWILL of CORE'S Nstipnal Action elegant new spray flacons,
Council. pink for Fame and loft
Farmer laid CORE also Ira beige for Toojouri) Mot.For
VOTE FOR THE NEXT would give full support to a -11 II a limited time,each special
challenge of the seating of the &' lie only 2.60,plus tax.
Mississippi delegation at the 1 I .SIMM to U.(.A.MHl assess
Democratic convention in Atlantic T, 1Yr r rrw
L'J City, N.J., beginning .j
TOMORROW May 5th. Aug 2l ,
The Council of Federated Organliatlons I ,
-a collection of national -
civil: rights groups-hsi
n. POL ADV. Ed. Jones- i c,,::: protested seating the delegation

SCHOOL BOARD CHAIRMAN Austin T. Reee Jr., teacher Norman
I undo of Bartow 4 topy .f hit "Aniwer to Bartow'i Five Questions. ."

ELECTPAUL I Love, Hatred Predicted For JFK Stamp Florida Y '

WASHINGTON (UPI) The will be Issued nationwide May Although no tingle feature of
Post Office Department, having 29 the birthday anniversary of the blue-gray stamp it unique, NewspapersCommend
made public the design of the the late president all of its features are unusual.It .
John F. Kennedy memorial "There will be those who ii made up of two panels,
stamp la stoically awaiting love It and those who hate it, both of which look like pictures
Jr high praise and stern criticism.The and probably very few In the on a television tcreen. One of
department Is almo.teertln middle ground," a spokesman the panels shows the eternal
VAUGHN the five-cent stamp's said The design wit selected flame and has "U.S. Postage"
deign will be controversial It by Mrs. Jacqueline Kennedy. inscribed vertically along one'"
aide .

A long record of faithful service earningmany
recommendation tuck os the followingENDORSEMENTS POLK COUNTY NEEDSa


"We. the meenle.Me' awmherf .( tile WINTIR commissioner EXPERIENCED IN STATE GOVERNMENT
HAYIN IAI ASSOCIATION, d. hereby eetI ne county
the se.dlleey ef PAUL VAU.HN fw CfeHi. el the .
Ii AIIJIU'i IY" =II I:t.'t'j..11 ..ma1111.; ,.., ft
Circus Cewt. [.... et w I Ii e 'r. kl.t eftenwyla
v Winter H..... seml 1.. toe t........ tech with THAT WILL: "The Attorney General answers only to the "Jamet Kynes has received a good start In
"..tleoll, ell)! ...... ef the petitlm el Clerk .. people who elect him to office and wi sincerely a difficult duty.We believe he possesses the
the Clraelt CM*. Mr. Vene>.. >M .., .,..1... I ItemliMNitly believe that James Kyne Is the kind potential/ to make an outstanding Attorney
eiwIlflH fer the smlrlM by vlitm eleiaerleMe of man who will respect the) public trust General one who will materially ouitt Florida
of the
1. Work full time for the best interest
eM ee'ncetlM. He ... tented the | > given him by the people In this irate." toward a better and brighter future."
.let* the ...,..., OM the swhlk relthfully for .
sftM .le eicew .! twenty *-. end we hues ele entire county. .
Ltltt .. Mtlfferterltv '
Hf the Mee vhe ten mere
wew the ebU4 le MKh s t.,....,." "It It easy to predict victory for Kynet. It b "Kynes hat demonstrated hit administrative
Sloped( by TWENTY MiMeS of 2. Establish more and better community play- hard to Imagine)a man better qualified for ability . b well grounded In the law and
the job of Attorney General-by education Is respected and esteemed by those who
THE WINTER ) grounds to meet the needs of our children. by experience In Florida governmental of. know him at a penon of the highest moral
fairs, by temperament. We suggest that by character and Integrity.
any yardstick of merithe deserves your
PLUS . 3. Provide long range planning for an adequate support." rFNSAeOtANfWS.JOUI.NAl;. ] : : :

"Kynes always had a way of getting the
Edltedal.sdoransest by the V J county wide system of roads. mrjMMM.y-H.il' a :; job done just" a Bttle bit better than the

following Polk County Newspapers: "Kynes Is a top caliber. Individual. We rate next fellow._ _

POLK COUNTY DEMOCRAT 4. Bring more industry to Polk County. Kynet qualified. (.]-U'UhI.l..1J l IHI1.J1U'.1IINdlH.

WINTER HAVEN DAILY NEWSCHIEFFORT .'. "Kynei* outstanding sense of fair play bon
. .of the most Important attributes Aghew
MEADE LEADERAUIUENDALE 5. Vocational Technical School. In. the months U has held office Mr. office calls for

STAR Kynes "has performed wed.He it Intelligent, i
personable, and knows the law." m"4 U.1.elil4J 1
I WINTER HAVEN HERALD 6. Promote Tourism. "This newspaper warmly supports James W.
r.UIH H.] ImH".1I Kynet for election to the office of Attorney
I THE LAKE WALES NEWS General which he holds and which he
7. lakes for and 'Every now end then a young man showt now "
Develop boating fishing.
THE HAINES CITY HERALD early In hit career the qualitwhich/ make seems likely to fill with distinction.

for outstanding public service and proves I
that he merits continued confidence 'in
ELECT higher positions. Such a man is Jamet W. ,
Kynte. rtonoors' AltoctwyFORTMYf GtntroI." !


is de o ed to the meets system to !.
protect career employees and he stands on
I VOTE rut own two feet Kynea .-.... to be continued
In office.*
County Commissioner .

rn: '.,.l.'..ti.:1 J'J.,"II 1

CLERK OF CIRCUIT COURT District 5 Tynes b well qualified for hit position as ""'y2 ,........____ poI4...... .....

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57 Students |The Weather-Local State And National I G. C. Warren Arreeted 2 Juveniles HereIn e a. A_AND IN&UNID sfLICN.D I

On Honor Roll Retired Haven Auto Thai Painting & DecorafingeM.

Four Tampa Juveniles, u" 1ia In n.tr< o..t ne a.r.rt seine M,+k nn,

64 of thrm u years old and t 01\"> 3t14 Ave, Q, N.W. CT 3 SSN

U years old, were picked up lore rsr MArE
At Lake AlfredHonor Merchant Dies In downtown Winter Haven

this mental after stealing: ,1
7dI in Clearwater Saturday
roll for the Lake AN George Carl Warren 74. of the oar Winter Have Policr i II,
fred Junior High School were TO Are. B, SW, died yesterday j WIN!
pertinent NpIIIted.
announced today by the principal Gt7 messing at his residence"

M rtln Williamson. ', He was a Mttv of Yuma, Officer Charles I ( Bret '.
Those making straight "A" y t Osja, and moved. to Winter Causey Mapped. the boys on
for tile marking period were: '1 C' Haven from Vwdwsbwg. Slat st., SW. shortly after <
Linda Patrick, Mary Decker, Oat, hi MM. He was the re- a,m. today. They have IHn
Cynthia Cooler,JtnlceRoMnas, KJ- Mend owner MId operator 01Warne. referred. to Juvenile! author
Betsy Snively, Melinda Sor- :" '. Shoes, lac, of Wint till CINNfiU
reU, Larry Harvey, Glenda : .r Havrn.
Key, Anita Reid. A graduate of Wabash Colin .
Those with mark of "A" A14g L 0
in Crawfordivttle. Ind.;
and "B" were: ? PJ ''PMI CONSTABLE
0 and of Union Theetofkal Seminary
Daphne Johnson, Gref Olutc- ..tom.. g0 he served at a chaplain
ark, Greg Stewart Unite Web- 4' DUtrict 3Tobe
,0 with the US. -
(MAIM Army during
ater, Bruce RoMnson, Ruth
Mlncey, Carole Sue Hendrlck- SN oui I .c ,..o1N World War I. Acree
son, Sr Jane Hanks, Philip L ca He was a member of the X 'Roscoe W Thomhin!
Johnson, Marcia Stewart, Alan Pint Christian Church "" r
Tartan Mark Silver, Joanell He la survived by his .widow lEd Williams

woods. 'la SNotJ Mrs Gotdte. Snider Warren of Vote May S Dem. PrimaryM. II r.tltlcal As-.trtlumint ky Aaivi Ca t
Deborah Pond Karen Winter Haven.
Harvey, '.1 A 4 V,
Lynda Wright, Mary Norton, Funeral services will beheld ._
Kim Brown, Mary Daniels, Ce- RAIN, THUNDERSHOWERS AND SNOW Rain it forecatt for Central C.Ii- tomorrow at I p.m. from -
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celia Marsh, Mike Poole, Vir- fornia, parts of the Northwest, and the upper portions of the Central Plains Thundershowers the OttLaughlin Chapel 1 with 1

Clnla Ricer, teah Storm,Roger arc forecast for the Southern Plains, the Great Lakes region, Appalachiansand the Rev. Jame N. Barnett _
Tyson, Cynthia Hilkes, Ricky the Atlantic coastal stateL Snow is forecast for the Rockies. The Midwest will bo pastor of the First Christian
Sohn, Donald Ford, Charlcne char with warm temperatures. Church, officiating Burial wiU
Martin. fellow in Lakeside Memorial
Wanda Radney, Debbie What- Florida Zones LOCAL OUTLOOK TemperaturesBy Park.
ley, Wayne Folk,DewayneRudd, Partly cloudy and not so Pallbearers will be Marvin

Joel Harrell, Mardi Mlssarian, Panhandle warm through tomorrow. High Press International Zrhnter< Dungan Ksylor Raymond
Kathy Monk, Kathy Osmon, Clear to partly cloudy and today in the 70'a. Low tonight Low Illgh Cooney, Jim Frederick, ILICTM
Cindy Pool, AndrU Peterson. mild today, tonight and Tues in the 60'.. Northerly winds 10 Albuquerque 51 n Scott Boland, and Potter Lid. Wealkato II.. Btor.y
Brooks Tom Denise Williamson, Jackie day. No important temperature to 18 miles per hour Atlanta u. don STATE REPRESENTATIVE
Evens, Elizabeth Clary Holton, Patty Dale changes. High today In Birmingham 56 n Friends may call at the OttLaughUn rent seem reep a9lwocsanC

Johnson, Debbie Sutton, Marilyn the 80's, low tonight 56 to 66. PresidentalScholars Boston I' Chapel tonight from esiuaar
Turner North Chicago IT &Ii 9 to 9,
Partly cloudy and rather Cleveland\ 48 81 It Is the request of the family
cool through Tuesday. High today Denver It 14 that flowers be omitted and ::

Snow in the .,,'., \low tonight. in To Detroit .. 4T 09JackanvIlle In lieu of them, contributions
Storm the 50'.. Northerly winds 10 to I' n te made to the building fund
IS miles per hour. Kansas (2ty R 81 of the First Christian Churchof
Northwest Leos Angeles 50 II
Winter Haven.
Hits Rockies' Partly cloudy to occasionally Be AnnouncedWASHINGTON MIami . . . lIS 90
cloudy and rather cool Miami Ouch 00 II
Twin Cities 51 110
through Tuesday. High today ,
Paid rat .I Adv.riteswseI
By United Preen International in the TO't. low tonight ST to (UPITheCommission ) New Or1II, 811 14N.w
on PresidentialScholars York . 48 811
winds 10 to 20
62 Northerly
An Intense storm high In the
hopes to announce by Orlando 83 85PhiIsdt4phia
northern Rockies dumped more miles per June 5 the first 121 national 44 16
snow In Montana today and NortheaatConsiderable
"educational stars" chosen Phoenix . 50 Bt
cloudiness and
pushed rain
heavy eastward
from V.S. !high schools. Raleigh 54 60
across the Great Plains. Rising cool through Tuesday High today
floodwaters in Georgia kept 65 to 72, low tonight in President Johnson, following St. Louie. 118 Tt
scores of families from their the low 60's. Northerly winds a White House meeting of the Sin Francisco! 48 IS
homes. 15 to 20 miles per hour. Small commission Sunday said the Seattle 44 56
Wind gusts up to 46 miles an craft warnings displayed with students will be chosen ss a Tampa 62 82Washogon
hour were reported at Billings, seas rough and tide a foot or means to help American universities 45 14
of Winter
Mont., and Icy winds whipped two above normal. develop academic he- HOLLYWOOD UPI'- Werner Haven
giant drifts out of Sundsy's 10- Central rocs as well as sportj stsn.
Bra "'a announced a plan
inch fall In mountain passes, Partly cloudy and not so .
Students designated Presklentisl for a (5 million fsce-liftinj of
The weather bureau said the warm through Tuesday High Scholars will not receive IU :26 sound states, bringing up
storm was Intensifying and today in the TO'", low tonight: any financial aid, but the honoris to date equipment and facilities
warned Montana cattlemen to in the 60'.. Northerly winds expected to ease their admission for movie and television filming e
protect their livestock 10 to It miles per hour. to college ,
Sontbwest - I. .t; Mi ,.? I .

i iI cool Considerable through Tuesday.cloudiness Higft and today J DAILY CROSSWORDACROSS .. '. W I ,

in the low 70's, low tonight DOWN 19.Opposed The peealized Job Savings and Loan A"ocltitf{ Y.: '
GLENDARTY"BEATLES in the 60'.. Northerly winds I. Malt 1.Chirp to navybeverage. ,
2. Cut 01 21. Disem
15 to 22 miles per hour. Small .
( Point oaa meat bark
craft warnings displayed Cape tooth 3.1'M5.h U. Isla a
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I COME TO I Not quite so warm today BswL 6RpSa.Iaa 211. A.&te.
I TOWN" MAT 1011.12 with high in the low or middle 12 Tart t1YU of
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-Winter-- Haven Daily News-Chief STRUCTION FOR SUPERINTENDENT- Shelley S. Boone OF Winter PUBLIC Haven.IN. Today's Washington Window Letters To

w. I. RYNIUON. .......,..,.*waf BOOM .DM in the
brought to Polk County the tints school cording to region It was
JOHN w. RYNMSON. A..I.! .**. to tfc. .PwfcMskarP By LYLE C. WtUONUasM cl.
sjnttan it baa ever had. The morale of the teachers isbetter PMSSI IsstrasMaalThe great northern and eastern
'u Mlkt l 4-11, (I.....,* $.t.rdy> .by MM. ww.r Hoa Commentary civil bill ties where the Hth Amendment The Editor
wl.hlng! c... Inc. I It* Ird t root.. N.W.. Wlwtor H.TO*. FUrldaCHAHES than it has ever bra. From way down the list and the pending Volstead Act rights of unhappy now is a sacred obligation of

GOSHOHN *V*..1 I Maaatr of the oountiM! of the state we have risen to Mar the UPIB, PHIL NMWIOM proBsbtUon memory morality that there developed

------- to ft in the estimation of state authorities. This man ,.,**.* Ntw AaalyH have too much in common In the cl leU' rebellion againstthe Dear Editor-
JACK i HAHAN : A*.*.t... 141; ., itth Amendment sacred or My reply to Aku BmlUi:
know his business and needs. your votw. We recommend Notes common they have enough t .
trwsi lie fcraif news not Our hep U mat w win the
AaSmHatoj arouse grave doubts whether
nil Manafar
him the beat cable and the the and above
as : The 18th Amendment Cold War, pane
the rights bin now pendingwill
AL NFMMrflAWt remained a mat. all that town wMhfe the
Shannon t A_1..... In*. CM**.. Ill KMnMndMT and Alike: accomplish its objectivesonce for the unfortunate c i 11 i t e n Constitution bn ...........
Jett, who has been in that job a long time and knows Sofia* Premier NlklU s. the Congress baa passed the
Ent.rcd; a. S*<.*d CUu ....It ......., k.* *. IJM *. *. rW 0ffI. how Khrushchev. It expected I to ship in the South where This sere World" Government
in WI..... H*.*., ........, uridar *.t al ....... 1. I IFTp. to handle efficiently every phase of this Import. leave Moscow Wednesday for a it.The civil rights bill Is proposed 14th Amendment and civil would mean that we would.. .have

ant part of our county government He is MM we M-day goodwill tour of the to enforce an amendmentto rights now are vile Frustrated to yield. totheeaerMPbotourcountry
AIHHT lURfAU should the United drys imposed astonishing penalties to the Unites tattoo.
MtMKft keep in office. United Arab Republic a trip States Cowtitu
: Volstead Act violators The following la what wt
_. FOR designed la part to offset the lion (the 14th) proclaimed as a on
( Meet of Chinese Commuoiit canon of morality on July 21. Michigan drys finally would have under U nut Secretary
t ... 1) Floyd Woods, Medulla, seeking his second term. Premier Chou En-id's recent 1866 The Volstead Act was designed what came to be known as General of Hw U. /N
the 1I..p. lt law There would be an soteMteh.ment .
MEMIEIAc44v. This young man has come a long way. He is direct Afrisan trip Before leaving the to enforce an amendment .
.... .., (the That meant life imprisonment of a police tore under the
"' UNITED PRESS INTERNATIONAL and forthright with the Kremlin Khrushchev probablywill 18th) proclaimed
people of the
i NATIONAL EDITORIAL The UItit.4 .. I. ."...1.4 .. .h. ... county. He is sign t new expanded technical also as a moral canon In 1919 for the unfortunate citiden direction of the United NationsIn .
ASSOCIATION hr ..,.bllccti." .f .n I.eel "... print..d being attacked by some purely selfish interests and aid agreement with Politics quickly engulfed the caught with an alcoholic beverage effect, thUdisarmament plan

ION k this eewp Hv a will n all UFlf deserves our backing. He is efficient in his work. Ahmed Ben Bella, Algeria'i so- morality of prohibition and Die on his person or In his car. proposed to take the gases away
but thatwasn't from all Individual -
N.ws O.p.td.s Us also lost the car governments
Volstead Act. Some
FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER District ciaKat strongman. Ben Bells politicians them In the
( to bad. Where be was leaving only
ADVERTISING DEADLINE 3) L. W. Dunson currently It visiting the Soviet still are proclaiming that civil hands and under the order of
Winter Haven. Lee he wouldn't need a car.
CLASSIFIED DEPARTMENT used to be our Union and hit reception has rights Is a moral iasue But It, going
ty Vi. Word: I P.M. Pro..1.! .. Day. ly tk. !I.chl I P M. ...1... Dry mayor, we know him as a tireless worker. He has been more elaborate than any too will be engulfed by politics The 18th Amendment in ef the international organlaatlon
.. .. Daadhnai FI... feet nullified in a e m estates headquartered In the United Nations.
Laoal N.'iee'l I P M. .1. Day Sunday Idit.en stepped into his county with the same drive and ever given a non-Communiit No proof of that Is needed be. was New .
DISPLAY Maryland
leader. yond the fact that It Is acknowledged
Sunday" Edit...*-1 P M. TkurWay.: Manday F.d.tln 1 P..... Frld.y: determination to give us service. A background of Another African.Keny'a York for two. The legislatures The first InternattoMl 1H4.7fl .
T...".., Ed tdiflwia; -I P.M. T.. D.yt In Ad.anca, success as well as city and county government Oglnga Odinga, shared May be compromises in the pending
civil rights bill. Moral Issues do dry laws similar to the federal leadership of Karl Mart.
makes for a good commissioner. Day honors with Ben Bells ai .
...."' ..., S.uth.rn Nawtpapar Pubh.kar At.latla Khrushchev's not lend themselves to Volstead Act. State police and Second International founded
guest atop the compromise
loA. ..., landa Pr.. '...cl..I. FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER and
*_ (District Lenin tomb. The president of city cops in New York at Paris In IMS.

SUBSCRIPTION RATES 6)) Aldine Combee, Lakeland. Combee has served two Yemen and the foreign minister Prohibition had and civil Maryland did not attempt to Third International founded

ly Camar *r Mail terms in office and has learned a great deal about the of Tunisia aim were recent rights now has the angry opposition enforce prohibition Moscow in 1919.
V..,,' SIl.201 t ...10.. ".10; I math., |4.SI; I ", ...10. "l.ISfwaakly Kremlin visitors It all adds of large numbers of citizens The citizens of New York
II (.." Singla C.pl.n Daily I ctntt: Sunday, 10 c.ti .. functions of the Commission. He has done an outstanding to a new Soviet attempt to win up As was the case with prohibition and Maryland felt pretty deep. Lewis C. Wumpf

TELEPHONE CT"f.i. I.lltli job on assignments given him by the commission. friends and influence people in the opposition to civil\ ly about their personal privilege . Dear Editor
We should keep him on the job. Africa and the Arab world right varies enormosly sc- to have a drink. The federal :
government kept warning On behalf of the voting public
FOR COUNTY SCHOOL BOARD-Seth McKeel, Malaysia Dispute: these scoff-law states that I would like to thank you for

A Thought For Today"Paul Lakeland. This man has been acting as a member of The United States has de. The It was their duty to enact dry printing the Candidates Report.

the Board of School Trustees and certainly knows tided to play a waiting game, Lighter laws Popular opinion In the I realize that this is considerable .
at least for the time being In deep South was that such expense and time for your
what is needed to make a better operating board. lie the Malaysia crisis Qualified stste's rights communities ss paper and we are grateful to you.

ant apottU (special messenger of Jesus said to us that he would look out after the interestsof sources lay Washington will New York and Maryland were Judging from the number of

Chitit by (through) the will of (the purpose and all of Polk County. We have had our fill of a perl'onwho continue giving encouragement SideBy both Immoral and unpatriotic telephone calls to me In the
to Malaysia but will not openly to all of which the wet state's last few weeks, I can assure you
choice of) God, to the saints (the consecrated, set looks out for just one city. Vote for McKEEL. condemn Indonesia's hostile DICK WEST rlghters replied: "nuts" that our community was looking

apart ones) which ere at Ephetut who are the faith* FOR COUNTY SCHOOL BOARD-Austin Race, policy of confrontation toward tolled Press International "V*hatch want*" the southerners forward to studing this ma

fulf loyal) in Grist Jesus" Eph. 1:1 Winter Haven. Race is finishing his first term in this the new Southeast Asia federation WASHINGTON (UPI) My hollered at their northern tents We hope that It is of
The United States Is brother. "you want that some help to them.
expected wife hat Just gone through one
becomes of his relationship to
Any who office. He has done
person an outstanding bit of work for
to urge Malaysia, Indonesia of Life's greatest experiences, the foreigners should get a
Christ has been set apart from the people of the the students, teachers and voters of Polk County. lIe and the: Philippines to and I asked her to relate a few Image of Ameicsns as a lotta Thank you again

world as one who belongs pecularly to God, is a saint. has the habit of wanting everything out in the find an "Asian solution" to of her Impressions while they drunks' Straightened up and Mr., James Yount President
-Dr. Albert L. Carnett the problem but not to force were still fresh In her mind fly right you scofflaws or we'll League of Women Voters
and on the level. He is thorough in the he does.
things "
quick summit conference. The "Despite all that you might get the Supreme Court on you.
1 He is an asset to the Board and should receive 100 State Department Is said to regard have read, and heard from All to no avail, Moral Issue WATERED GASOLINE

per cent of the votes of this area. Indonesia ss too big, too your friends and been told by or not, some states and most of
rich and too strategic' to write the doctor you can't really the great cities outside the MILL HILL England (UPI)
News Chief EditorialsOur FOR REGISTRAR We have seen qualified off at this time by getting Into know what it it like unless you South thumbed a nose at prohibition - Twelve automobiles which

people in our long newspaper career, but the present the dispute with solid backing have been through It yourself" The federal government drove away from a gas station
of she said undertook to enforce Sunday after being filled with
holder of the office, Mrs. Blanche M. Work to our Malaysia prohibition
gasoline returned a short while
Pick 1 couldn't possibly describe in those areas where
. notion fills the entire bill.\ She has made many innovations Kennedy Round: how I felt the first time I sow the local governments rejected later with the owners push.log .

in the department has President Charles de Gaulle them looked I It. What followed their cart.
Tomorrow is election day. The polls at 7 more people registered They so tiny you wouldn't
open without fuss or fanfare and certainly deserves shapes up as the big question was almost afraid to pick them believe. And, unless you are at The gasoline pump contained
a.m, and close at 7 p.m. Below is our pkk: of candidates vote. your mark In the success or failure up. I didn't think then that I least 50 years old you can't water. The garage promised an

we feel will serve our best interests. This choice of the "Kennedy round" of tariff would ever be able .to handle Imagine It. either It was a Inquiry and fined all the can

was made after a great deal of thought, research.. and What ever you do, VOTE. As long as we go to the negotiations opening here them with confidence mess friends, a mess with free gasoline
polls select this week. No one has been "At first I wtan't allowed to
stud on our part. In most instances we have editorswrd !. good true people to administer our affairs, able so far to guage De have them with me more thanan

ally d a ey so testap jg we will always have a country for future generations Gaulle's real Intentions, and} hour or so at a time. I ON YOUR TELEVISION DIAL

i gbTl (W\. 1Io.to enjoy And prosper taiTelevision "i ,. ,' speculation on what he will do dldn' feel like they really be.longed .
do tlMJi t .. .. L .safdat \ -" .. t : : \ .' ,is causing aasUtyAmong! lead*. fa. me until that happy WOIO-TV WHA-T wnv-ff wiY -tv
,ORU S6JiEj N A jollnd, a man / era of the Weit' day wheq the doctor told me I ClMINMli. c..... l ClMWMle GkWHMMI.

of sifting character who will represent us with In Reviews could take them home CIS NIC AIC CBS
"I shall never forget how exciting 0..... Tape Orte... TOTIS*
extreme dignity and fairness at all times. that was I was ill at

FOR GOVERNOR Scott Kelly young, smart, KICK DU BROW organization Is paying about Almanac ease, but It was wonderful to Monday NIGHT May 4

energetic, experienced ia various levels of government, Halted Preas International $75,000 for the prime time outlet have them all to myself And

a Floridian and Polk Countian, a business man he HOLLYWOOD (UPI) The He said this it approximately By United Press International what fun it was to show them i:00( ..Naw* Now.. s,...., N.... w..,,,., Pulta News
the usual of the off to the !
Gold. neighbors
announcement that Barry price
till-Sprtt, Wth.r W..tk.r Edit.rlal. Sib h.".. Wtk.r
is our best candidate at this level. water win appear In a half- time allotted. There may be Today la Monday May 4, "I know they will be a lot of 110: -CIS N... NBC New AIC N.w CIS News

FOR ATTORNEY GENERAL James Kynes; hour prime.time paid politicalbroadcast more such broadcasts on other 12th day of 1964 with 241 to extra trouble especially in the Mt-CIS N... NIC H... Y.. a Studant CIS Naw.T .
CBS-TV 13 networks. follow beginning, but I won't mind
a young man with a background of service to com on May The moon is in its lilt quart that :00-Dg..t! r.. Dn't Say Have Gun Merle

munity county and state as well as the nation. lie is ssme means board he will at other be facing television the The Chsnncl Swim: The comedy ter The morning star is Saturn, At you undoubtedly have already 7 T.It:.10--Oig..t T* Tall Truth r.a Monday Don't at Say 0.Will..,Trawl Limits "All Ki",the. Man,

versed in law and we feel will make us an excellent entries-rstingi, team of Mike Nichols and The evening star is Venus guessed by now, my wife 7:.41-T* Tall Trvtk tk* Mvl.t Outer Limit. Joanna Dr.
His network competition In the Elaine May signed for .Ix appearances hat Just acquired a pair of contact
officer of the state government NBC TVs Jack On this day in history; lenses And I must say that 1:00-1' A Sasrd "&..4 101'.,.. Outer LI"lh Jehn Derck
I EDT on
FOR STATE ATTORNEY Glen Darty of purchased :30-8 p.m. Put show In the In 1886,11 persons were killed her account doesn't jibe with ':15-1'.. A 5..... Miss Devi' 0..., LI"'h' Jibe Inbred'
time slot that day, s Wednesday season
and 70 wounded In the Hay- : Iebwt St.c' W..." Trail M. M'Amb'ee
Lake Wales lie been efficient officer will be "The Farmer's . Same network' "Sun my observations at all
has an of the : market Square labor riot in 5:41-1wy Sh.w J.e&far J.".. Wqa T.I" Ick C.wl.eI
Daughter" a half.hour situation day" program for May 10 offers If the truth be known that
government and carried out his duties as they should comedy Stevens a report on the Cannes Chicago poor woman has been under ':O -D."., Th.", Mseday at W.,... Trite Danny Th.....
starring lager
have been done. We think him best qualified. of Film Festival a closeup of In 1932. AI Capone, vice overlord going a form of concentrated .,15-0.".., Thamu the Mwiw W.,." Trite 0.1, Th.", ..
as a governess a congressmsn's of the United States and torture trying to get adjusted to Io-A.dy Griffith H.llyw..4. W..." Yr.;" Andy .,lfII.h
FOR STATE SENATOR Ben Hill Mrs. Nelson Rockefeller and
Griffin; two children; and a listed by the Justice Depart the things, Only she won't admit 'J-A.4y 0nlnth, The Stu Wanes T.I" Andy Griffith
the last 30 minutes of "The Virginian study of Henry Cabot Lodge
this man is head and shoulders above all others run. ment as public enemy numberone
," a western series Columnist Art Buchwald will It. 0:00-1. Side Sq( AI.". ',..'1". P.hat h. Side015 '
for this office. lie is rancher citrus was imprisoned at Atlanta She around watering at : Wet Side/ with Mitch .
nine a grower For the sake of both the public be a regularly scheduled star goes Inakig '.1.. West $id.
Penitentiary on income tax evasion the and blinking like a 0:10-1.: Si..1 Sig AI... Trash Peiet h. 514.1
and processor is a business man of superior standing, and the Republican presidential of CBS TVs new fall varietyseries chargea hoot eyes owl and pretending all the 0.5-: Wnt Si" .Ith Mitch Insahie n4 '.1.. Wasp Side

haa.dons. an excellent job as a Representative for four hopeful, one can only "The Entertainers, for In 1M2 the battle of the Coral while that they hardly bother
wish that the rating inspired which Carol Burnett and Bob I IOo-H., News. Spt Wtr N.w.Ii.. News. Spero
terms from Polk and is from Frostproof. We feel more general confidence as to Newhart already have been setOn Sea began resulting a major Fleet her a bit. Even when she is I"lll--Speaa. W'th.r Taleht Skew E't.rlal, W'ther W'th.r E't.rlal'
defeat for the Japanese
that he will all of Polk . the running into chairs I IIlo-TIo.1 T."ih' Show Late Sh.w Rarbe. 20'
represent County, not just their statistical one hour series,
accuracy .
by the U.S. Navy It Is difficult for me a mod. ",$- Me Stu T..I,1It Shew Le.. Sh.. learbe. 20'1
Lakeland, as the candidates there would do. He is Apparently on the telecast Buchwald will be what is described In 1963 Gov Nelson Rockefeller Eat and unasauming persons to
and barring a change the Art- as "a sort of our.man of New York married
certainly best qualified in every way. understand how vanity can Tuesday MCRNING MayS
ions senator Is to ia-Washington personality, .
expected use Mrs Msrgaretta (Happy) Murphy drive people to such extremes
FOR REPRESENTATIVE (Group 2)) Ray the format of Informal discus- In Poncantinco Hills, N.Y.A And that's all It is. you know

Mattox, Winter Haven. Mattox has had eight valua. son with some of his friends Wall Street ,Neck r thought for the day-Ameri Pure vanity.Ninetynine. 7 7,:00 It--W.I.-U.WUvl.t 'Tdy 04.. SkowToday Skew New Good Good Day Day

ble years' experience in the halls of our state government and associates to get hit points NEW YORK (UPI) Bache can statesman Daniel Webster out of every one 1Io-W.kc.U Sh.w Mieki Evans Good Day

If he that he will\ work for something across to the home audience. & Co noting that General Motors once aaid; 'Where tillage begina. hundred contact-wearers are 7:4: $- .....1.! Tday. Show M.ckia Evans Goad DayTVaae
says you The Goldwtter telecast will continues and that other arts follow. The motivated solely by the hop
can be sure he will carry out his word. lie has worked be preceded by one of televi some flight International oil farmers therefore Ire the found that they will look better than 1:00-C: .ptc4 Tedcy Show Mlckl. Eying c....'"
top ,11-, K.".... Tday Skew Mic.l. b... K. .,..
for the best interests of all of us and should receivean low ratings" getters Issues made new highs, says i era of human civilization. thev dirt In regular glaiaes 1:10-C.NsM. Tday. Shaw C."M""nr. Csptaie"..

overwhelming vote. 13"CBS will Reports which on. hour May la encouraged that Investors are r I .,,,I- K."'.... To"., Shew Cart..eville K..'....
present a one
FOR REPRESENTATIVE (Group 3)) Kings. program noting the 10th anniversary this not shunning Investment quality.psychology"We feel will DIAL WSIR Program M,O 0:00-Am. .. .. '.4.y'. Male. Ew..Ic. Mersiee ...."r.
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of the Supreme Court "Th. Si;
wood Sprott, Jr., Lake Wales, a young attorney who decision serve as s limiting factor to .,10-....'., a... Qsillty.s" C."III. .f Ia.h4..."

has had training and experience as a legislative assistant public schools outlawing and segregated examiningthe any significant downtrend." MONDAY Aftarnoon .7e v m: VaJur Mutual*. For New Urbu .:..5-11_,., a..",. Wn. lend; Certasvllte Pat M.4i"

in Tallahassee.\ We feel that he will do a wonderful situation sow Reynolds & Co. points out 4 4 St Ui Mutual Hum. ft N.w Hlf".., ass f.oad afornlnt' 10:00-'CIS N.. J.'". 1I..eI.1I h..l.h Leue.a Pasl, H..HI
Job'for all of us. On the other hand the show that odd lot short sales have 4 JU Mutual 1'1.' .. 1 4U Tour Honda Garden) 'OI5-CIS New ,...., 1oA..I. S..ich; ......". M.mie Movie
following th. senator'a broadcast been and 1 It Want a Jo*? S45sa Good Mornlna IONS-I Lowe L.cy Ward I.. Wad 'ri. I. RqM I Levi Leey
CLERK CIRCUIT COURT Paul Vaughn, Is the No. 1 ratings-getter rising recently asserts 4 4Uto.... a Highway Lake lUslon. Tallar 10:45-1 Lowe Luc, Werd. Mr Weed Prl, Ic Ri.h' I Lev. Lucy
that this type of speculator has S OU Mutual. N' waOS SUBs Mutual N. *
Winter Haven. Paul has been in that office for many In the land, "The Beverly Hillbillies been consistently wrong in the I Bin* Alone. m What ..II, Numb r' 'loo-n..cCeyc c............ Gal The The "'cc.,.
years lie understands the responsibilities of the office ." past few years All three previous .1 a Tcdajr Mutual I Nawa* Pole County Itr lUll Mutual" N..nfl.1eI.. ShowS I.15-Tho McC.ys c..c.."..... Menge. n. "'cc.,.
The program that was preempted periods of small Investor S ref Mm A_ pat. ftfrwh' Show. 1100-Pet." I 1.4y1 J..cr4 Mis.ie. lick. ,... I .1.4,.
and we in turn know that he will discharge them in for the political telecast selling provided good buying Ceu B("* M1W MMwal Now Show. II.5-.t. S Gladys J..cr4 Missies Lich ,... I Gladys
C IN World Nrw a: s sick fcrrich
an honest and efficient manner. We recommend him Is "Suspense." A CBS TV opportunities for those of an C U6 sport noojadup* w Mutual NawaDtek AFTERNOON

without reservation. spokesman says the ColdwaterMemories opposite mind. Reynolds ststes. : la, Traduui Pow i IS : Mutual amen Nowa Show
a Wall *
Vie can only hope that the I" rl M...RauortMutual II. Dark trrMi Show noo-.o. .f Ufo Yee, First. F.th.. N..... W......,
SHERIFF-Hamp Rogers, Haven Hsmp, same proves true in the present T : HI, N.urtiborPulton :II sir Mutual N.w nIs-u. .f w. ''''_.... K.... .... 1mw. S'.. .....
as moat of us know him, has served many years on tile." : Lave it II St MOM*** IrtIweamiMau 12IG-S. f.. Tmrw TMh sr TMas.e Soch fer T.w

our' police force as chief of detectives. He has graduated Spear" Staff. Inc says that ? /1orlahlN'C: "* Star 11 IIIJUt: si ass NowaAftanoo n:4s-4h14i.. Lltht Cwveee..ca 1.10' G.uhq U.ht

from FBI school and other law enforcement despite the boom in the auto 7 t.31 Mutual Mtauc Boyond Now tk. wares 5IL Mttual OG-Irf Talk Now, Spats. D..."' .... Lowe of Life
K YEARS AGO business, stocks of most automakers on Mutual hewn : Parma a Or* News Ids-.Girl Talk WcatIerride ...... .f Ufo
schools He is honest and able and as far as we know Joe Glare was elected president cannot be classed as st- t tJO Club 1490 I* SSII Cfcat.. wok tile shone IG-WooI4 Tessa I..f N... WooI4 Tursa

has no strings of attachment. We feel that he will of the Student Council tractive to capital-gain.minded I 1.10' Mutual I4.NwaClub >f Mb4Mutual UUK Say mesa II> Lwia With MMNa it 'r45-WooI4 Tan, Gn..ho La/Nhn." w.u Tents
and Swans elected Investors The market letter 011 it ma Mutual .Nw
Tommy was Naw
loo.-r..4 L.Ys Mali Mr. .
make good sheriff. m : Maw Peuwod
us a vice president: at the Win predicts a reasonable labor set e I.sit Club I4SOMutual (tow* n r.rvacann.Mows: 1:11-1.-4 A 0..1 ...,. 1oA.._ ,.....-4
TAX ASSESSOR-James L. Roden was appoint. ter Have High School.10YEABSACO. Dement and a possible $100 average 1 N Ttw Works Today :nit fadaw HondaPoMSMIkM ISO-4f.u. ,..., The 0...., Day I" CurHew Perty2:41.44w.

ed to fill out the term of John White and has been price east in ears later N 0/ Vrtda Mutual. Mows tows a WaatlTOBeDAT "". I"I. MISS tVManalWuaat Mwat Piety Tho Decor 0., I. c.... Nw. fer/y

A substance derived from a thia year, both of which It aays. MNBI elmqt. i (PMII flee. Otaam* 100T.e T..... ....
connected with this very sensitive office for years and ; !Ioc w. Gael Te Ten Tretl
material occurring' ia citrus will keep anticipated earntnga .....ss. ;11 ..... ......., .I5-T.. hn Tneh. ....,.... Wield' NessN.l' T. Tell ,....
I years. You don't pick up the knowledge necessary to fruit peel may have possibilities Increases In the moderaterange a as a... 0* ='adear 1,10-I4..f N..1It. T.. Da'1 Say 0... f.. Day 14..f Mob: .

\\1' run this office properly out of a text book so we for Increasing the power .. on. Ooad Mutual Nowa MIIIIIoaI M... .5-U.. .. of N..1It. ,.. Deoo' Say 0- sec Day false .f Nit''

feel this position should go to a man of his valuable and prolonging the effect of I *' "_I isTw? / N ...eIIIP....... rises .., ...oo-s..... Stain Mckb. Game T..II...., s.-t Sa-
certain 'vaccine a Philadelphia THE LATEST GADGET e SS nortwa New. a Marie I
: e ee feM w.. 4.15-SocNt Sa.k.. Go.. T,........ s.- $
experience.TAX scientist reported, according NEW YORK (up) A New T SI Mutual.MMew Nan ..... a ;t;".., .419-U.sa.. W.It'a Uwlarec.. T..II....... S.......
COLLECTOR J. B. Thornhill Jr., Win. to the Associated York department store today T 1a .1eetI lice- apT 1 Msali...I..xweT11 ....50- AdwNw.. Vail.! le.w ',.AM..... 1._.
ter Haven J. B. knows this office backwards and for. Press advertised a videotape recorder I. N O asSi eeUw_ 'I !too.. ..t6-W.... MNkey Mcwrkk. W.edy
I YEARS AGO for the home for $30.000 T: .i rss.na.. Now* i iS Acts Nw. 111W..de..h.r. U0... Mawk.) Weedseela.
about the records and the machines
wards. He knows 10 ICewI watk
Sub d h iI' regulationsWhich a
e a The ultimate In home gadgetry I : .. (mot Mama 1:19b.N the c-I. Mcwrkl Now. W......
necessary to keep proper records. He is familiar with would make sw developments makes It possible to ree 7i11! Mi.nuaSmrt. ***** a M = ........ ....50- T. le' Ship Marerhl. 5't.ru4 f.'f_
the fiscal setup of Polk County having served as conform with studied city ord your parties or favorite I s. W M waist Mutual .Nave an.ruu I It wan ....... papa* ..11.4... or* Molded .by the tlw' *).l.. *t*.t'.ho. -

Commissioner. We feel that J. B. would makea standards were being television programs aDd then I :0' .Mnna.. N... aeredq 1. .P M.ual N.*-Mrs Md *r* .*.>... t* .*.. a* ..y *ha.. TV Dily "-Ghti nblna**
County by local builders aDd city at- I S 15 : ... ......... Ml
lay them back immediately vieow a a .we __ aid. It eel ,sp.e.11.. ,....... ........ ...
fine collector. fklals. oa your television set hoed 111 .*.... .......*.

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I letters To The Editor Rev. DeLacwe Gulf Ridge Scout Council MM.Ar.MAtltSMT D.arfi nNnI$ (U. S.. Prom SMM.ltOimUMi Page OM)

"Palm Beach County. saM that. .
Mrs tUffsWit Lena (Ward <
Finch, M. II towte I I. Polk would be no retail price.fl.tag 1 1II
The MtmrkBg totter was submitted soand and ro: etrd eartoraemanta Guest SpeakerAtBeymer Elects Estes As President City 4M Ularday morning nn mUk If .he Is elected
to th* Ukekutd Ledger, of those candid** it
and cop*** to aU otter Polk ,solo beet ejMaltsM to koMoHIo at the rMM ef. her daughter OBI Sunday the candidates k4
County RsjrWflpQapaMrs. *; Alfred Bates, of 1W N. A.. T .ra..*.. James Grit Mis Jeerer ..... In Polk little rest. In hectic campaigns

Whir a nwseapr devotee ita Lake Otto Drive Waster Ha- tithe Chart ..... *trktcommlMtamr. City the candidate hustled In and
Dear Editor: news nnlimmi todtatortodator.lea . van WM elected presMaart of ; Jekn Ruder. out of towns in an effort ta )' LiftREELECT
This la M open tetter to iou, apBmrna,. aaantad to out tte Out Ridge Cornell of the Robert B. Petttt, R V Phil She WM a Halve of Brook meet u many voter: a* poailhltbetare
tIId to ..voter County, Ott., mt moved to
Copies are bekvj ofMkCowrty.awl. to all doubt on tile oompaeancy or Ie- The Festival at the Cnrs* By cods* of America Satur Ito*. Neal Saxan. Jack Winter Itavgfe torn. Beaton.G Tuesday'i primary TO
other tagrtry of a oawnofete. or in my use Home WM Inaugurated M fly, wktt 11 other area realsmta atraegk. ami James H. The governor's race and the
dally ta led tee moved
avpa.*ra toPolk
m .... opinion when it MM ita editor Beymer Memorial kfethodMChurch. were named to the exrnmttv WM, all fit the Winer Havn battle hr the V S Senate have
area ial comma to ...... wiliest City N Mas** ago from KottM most of the
The rote. of a Ina Sunday wtth wore board at the meetiaef are. Winter basis Ik publicity but
newspaper was *
uffieie** s4y, nrraMstissolely the held Bata *.et.** e Parse tat* Senate and House races
eomMil tt Mulberrf
poUtteal .. sdsTrissid RAY
eaa* lga, In th*beet service toy visitingnMvters member *f the Winter Haven ,
on tile bal of eecttaMUm wile command much of the
Wright *f Tampa, who was re atteKta
tradition* of Amarloaa Jowne pettlag tile .......* of asmall wk*} preached in tile First .. atalt Ctaartfc, ale the. In individual I
Uam, afcoaid be to Inform the abeence of the pastor tile The board members Include: .**cM M ens IItie vice- T. M. L. bent tchool Classof ares
aectton at the
voting eounty Natty MveMt Atka.Mrs . preeldeollel. Pert. Of the 43 seats in Ftoridi'i MATTOX
poetic tkreugk Ma news ahead at the wetfcre of taw Rev. Leo r Ktec. who he Agey the Ckwrdk Senate. ta are being contested
column, of the Issues and (fee Other elfleeee eluded in
comity aa a whole, teen been attend** the Method
teamUdat, and If lfttoelr, to Qeeeral Ceafereix in Pitts ends WIBIam. MMIMM. of !She Is MTVlVval by threediugMera Nettles are also vet for II! of
offer In Its editorial columns that obUgatton newspaper to Its ha*reader failed ta and Its burgh Pa. Charles Tampa; Bart Newton Lake Mlles "Jewel Finch her the 112 teats In the )lower chum ,.. '.1. Ate.

baa foreMMd Its rtfM to eaU At the 11 a.m. service Wale; and Mm Wright of Peek air, .... Mamie E:

County Has Itself a '"eouniy: newspaper.In broadcast over Station WEIR Lakeland, all vf* preeMeat; Webb *f WhC Haven, and
Jre Stambaugh Jr., of AubunxUle Mr*. WflHa (Ruby) Alderman
my opinion, the Ledger the Rev Deeds R. DeLacur,
(Continued From Page One) has committed both violations.In chaplain of Florida Southern Dies At Age 92 ceavmtaeiener forth ef V........ GI. two Shelley Boone

Griffin la opposed by QuUlita vicious front-page "new College, spoke on the subject, second straight term; and brother, Frank Ward of +

S. Yancey of Lakeland It..I.." it has attempted to "Unashamed of Jesus" and at Charles Garrison, of Tampa, All..., Ga.; seven grand.

Charles Curtis, who announced destroy the character of a dedicated the 7:30: p.m. worship Dr. Mrs Winifred C a I Id well I l treasurer for the second children; II greatgramkhildi e Asks You To

for the post, baa withdrawn public servant seeking Jam a D. Hurt of Davenport Charles N. of Ins East Lake straight term. .t, aad M great.greitFwawral a

although his name la on the re-election; and in Its editorial pastor of the local church In Cannon Drive, died Saturday The new ofNeert? become: of- gr..dcMHne.
ballot columns the Ledger' new ownership afternoon at her residence. finish on July 1. I
194345 preached on "How Big held
service were Examinethe
The House seat being vacated baa boldly asserted that Eta has been active in :
la Your God* The chancel She was a native of Knox :
this meraiM at It: from thoOHU
In the seven month It has beenIn
by Griffin has
four candidates
In the David Polk County, It has become choir sang two anthems at the County, 111., and moved to scouting many years, having ..&Mtn Chepel with the
: morning hour and the Wesley Winter Haven from Knoxville, served as vice president of ,
B. Higginbottom. so familiar with Polk Count)*. Rev Albert L. Careen pastor
IU.. In 19. Shew.. the council, scoutmaster, committeeman -
choir the
Chorale teenage a member -
Jr., Wallace r... Storey many complex problem that it of the Winter\ Haven First
and district chair
anthem at the night aervlct. of the First Presbyterian ,
can advise long-time resident Baptiat Ctwrch. officiating
and Gene Weal and
Sprott The Rev L. E. Dickinson Church; the Ponce de Leon man. He Is a recipient of the
Storey to be the most aa to how they would Ilk themto Burial will be In the City Record
likely prospects for a runoff vote former assistant pastor presided Chapter of the DAR; and the Silver Beaver which U the Cemetery hi RoM. Oa at 4 fj

In the second primary.The In addition the Ledger, at no at both services and Chapter "V" of the P. E. O. highest award to volunteer p... Wedneeday afternoon
officer and the fault of its own, has at the last Mri William Seifert was or- Sisterhood all of Winter scouter. H* her a son Cody. ItoMrary pD-barera weri!

candidates county follows minute accepted political advertising (anlit. Haven In Boy Scout Troop 123. sponsored Paul. V** Jerk Cuhwefer,.
are aa : tao. You Will Find Vast ImprovementIn
Clerk of the Circuit Court: bringing new issues DeLacure formerly pastor She I I. survived by her hus- by the Beymer Memorial Ruffle Smith, J. 0 Johnston

Earnest D. (Bud) Dixon, W. and new chargea Into the cam of the Lake Alfred church, band, George Alanson Charles Methodist Church. Elmer Judy Edward Judy,
Clark Stone, Paul Vaughn. palgna, at such a time that the bated his remarks on St. of Winter Haven; three daughter Raymond Watson and UrRutMg Polk County's Public SchoolsThis
newspaper's advertising deadlines -
Sheriff: Incumbent Monroe Paul'a Epistle to the Roman Mrs. J R. (Miriam C.) *.
would other cand-
Brannen H. prevent In which the Great Apostle Anderson of Winter Haven,
P. (Pat) Gordon Idatea from using advertisementa Little LeagueTo
Clifton L. Howell, Ramp to answer these charges gave hla reasons for belief In Mrs. V B. (Gertrude) Watkins Projreiiive Betterment

Rogers before the Savlourhood of Jesus the of Birmingham Mich.,
the election Our Children's Educational Program
Tax AssessorIncumbent Thus candidates are barred Christ declaring himiclf to be and Mrs Georgia C. Round W. W. MORRISON

James L. Roden Ralph J.Rossi from Its advertising columns by "not ashamed of the Gospel, of Damasratta<< Me.; a son, Register Woodrow Wesson Morrison.M Hat Come From

time, and apparently from its which
Tax Collector: Incumbent news and editorial column by unto salvation." DeLacure Raven; a .I.tf'r. Mrs, Iial Ala? died suddenly
-Positive LeadershipClear
Hobson Strain Charles L. blaa. Only this meana of appeal, noted the parallel between life Lewis of Austin Tex; four yesterday while visiting with
Cooper, Stary F. Glen Jr., In the principle of equal oppor and ethics in the Rome of the grandchildren" ; and tight I Registration for little lucveb.nb.n brother heVe. Lines of CommunicationHigh

George K. Miller, J. B. Thorn- tunity for rebuttal remains first Christian century and great.grandchildren. will continue today, He had ,been In Winter Hi -

hill Jr. That the Ledger's endorsements those of twentieth century tomorrow and Wednesday at von three day when he wn Morale!!
Funeral services will beheld the
Park Haven
Rotary -
Superintendent of Public Instruction la the race for school America, quoting from the tomorrow at stricken lie war dead on arrival .
: Boone and Read. positions, Is based purely on morning Recreation Department
work of Seneca, Seutonlua, 10:30 from the Ott at the Winter Hiven
: -LaughllnChapel announced.
Supervisor of Registration: sectionalism seems obvious It Vlrgtt, Tacltui. Juvenal and Hospital THESE POSITIVE CONDITIONS
the Rev JamesR. Registration will be held
Incumbent Blanche M. Work would be too much to believe
Ovid to how the profligacy of H* t native of Ahlnd.
Blackwood of the
etch In
pastor from I to I p.m. day
that coincidence led the
J. E. (Ed) Holly H. L. newspaper -
the time and the need for the All, and war superintendent
Presbyterian Church conjunction with tram tryout AGAINST
(Shorty) Palmer to endorse those candidates -
Clerk of Criminal Court: who haft insisted that the religion brought by the Christ and the Rev. Robert B. Hamilton Already registered from last of pipe line construction forth

Incumbent Robert J. (Bob) Polk County Junior College be DeLacure made a strong plea former pastor of the First year are M player. New llouiton Gas Company ofTen Tnt Mgorlv ettlraa'e, the nawerramt**! ckort**,

Hsslett, John Brown. located at Eaton Park and to for the modem church to reassert Presbyterian Church officiating boys total 78. at the time of his deith IIIHI 1 tile lock *f ANY c* Member Board of County oppose those candidates who IU divine power to combat Burial will follow In Lakeside AU payer from lilt year lie was i member of the Trinity
the evils of the present Memorial ParkPallbearer BiptUt Church of Ann-!
Commissioners District 1: Incumbent voted to accept the findings of are reminded to reregister byWednesday
a team of state experts, none age so that men everywhere"not or run the risk of ton
Floyd Woodi George of whom had personal interest be ashamed of this saving win be Due to different H* I I. survived by his wklow.
R. Hurt, J. H. (Bill) Kegley any Glddlngs. W L. Luke, Lennox being assigned a THE CHOICE IS CLEAR
Francis L. in any of the site In Gospel team. Mrs Nettle Motown of Annlt-
Pipkin. Trickle B. T Reynolds, Sidney -
Member Board of County question Dr. Hurt drew upon Science Smith and Robert Cooper. The four new team this ton; three dtughteri.; on ion;

Commissioners District I: Incumbent A few months before the present Philosophy and Theology to Friend may call at the OttLaughlln year are Town and Country four brother. C B. and L. D.
L. W. Dunsoo, owners purchased the show the need of mankind for Chapel tonight from Real Estate, Polk Tr.ctorComp..y Morrison! both of Winter Hi. ACCENTUATE THE POSITIVE

James J. Musso. Ledger, the Superintendent of belief In in Almighty Tower S to .. First Federal SavIng Yen Otis and A. F Morriion, .
Member Board of County Public Instruction and I were as revealed In the life and and Loan Aioclatlon and both of Llnevitle. Ala, ; and

Commissioners District 5: Incumbent praised in the Ledger's editorial ministry of the Christ He Bely.Llndtey This bring total five grandchildrenThe r1'
Aldine Combs BobC. eetnrrm' Sine that time challenged the Church to anew number of team to K. bedy will be returned to thi

Jones Joseph F! \ ed- nothing Ledger'a has owner.chanted It---*"except ema significant the. ministry that would tyadi! Hospital News ThoM persona Interested in Gridy.Brown Funeral Horn '$J r \ t ,

mera. .| that what Its followers and the World In managing I trail" should 'beat In Anniston for funeral 'ser. :

Member Board of Public Instruction to a man who was had pralsworthy spent- general to a new conception' SUNDAY'S ADMISSIONS Rotary Park today, tumor vices and burial S' H I'' '., upcrintC"a')1f"f' !

Dtotrlce 1: Mrs. most of his life observing the of the greatness and immanence Winter Haven row, and Wednesday tfter- tt.L.uMltI Funeral Horn .. w' I
Phillips and McKelL Polk of a Deity "whom no discovery noon from I until I for tilt tryouts Is la charge of local arrange '.I'I'
County political seen James 0. Myers. Mrs Oscar . ..
Member ''
Board of Public should be blameworthy to one' in Science\ or concf'p'tlon AbercroniMe. Mrs Jells menta c

Instruction District 4: Race who has been her a bare seven of the philosopher and SkiDen. Mrs. William. 1:. Croft
Jr. and R. L. Brumbiugh. months. theologian can ever supersede-
Justice of the Peace District Within a few hours Polk or destroy There can be no Mr. Monford Maxwell. Mrs
E C. Bennett, Mrs. W R.
4.: Incumbent Walter G. County voter will b* casting conflict between Christian

Bell, Eloy (Del Delfado. their ballots. Th* outcome,will faith and science ad philosophy Auaiey.Aaberadsle

Constable District I; Incumbent affect every person in Polk so long aa man'i compre.
Leon Thornton Clarence County for the next four year*-. belli Ion of God expands and Mrs Donald 0 Hobba.

H. Duncan.CAMBRIDGE and possibly for much longer. embraces the conception of a James W. Samett. Mri. Ed-
Whatever the ward J. Hart Mrs Carl P.
outcome In my
Deity who la all-power and all-
MM. - opinion the Ledger's attitude pervasive within and outside Jones "
reflects little credit the Like Alfred
Stage and screen star :Rosalind upon the limitations of thelDI. r.
newspaper and Its owner, and Weik. Mr .
Russell was the recipient: of the verse" Mrs E. F *r, *
gravely threatens the future of .
Uet "Woman of the Ye.r"a".rd Ruth HeMrmin.Ilinet
Polk County with governmentby King will return home this r
given by Hasty Pudding week and will be In charge of
Theatric of Harvard University out-of-state owrerihlp.Austin Wfiburn Bell.Lakeland. ,
T. Race Jr. both worship services Sunday. MAKE !NO MISTAKEABOUT
Previously Mill Russell received May 10, which will be observed
the Peter Canlnlus\ Medal Mother's Wire, Walton
as Diy
for 1984 from the Canislun
Alumni Association Shuffle Club's SUNDAY'S DISMISSALS j
College In
Buffalo. N.Y The medal given Driver Hurt Wider Have IT IBEN I\
to "an outstanding American (Continued From Page ) Mia Carlen Backer, Mrs
been discussed before but never (Continued From Page One)
whose career and achievements Scotty D. Baxter and Infant
a vehicle parked in the roadway,
acted 011.Three Car
constitute a challenge and Inspiration daughter Mrs Catherine
amendments to ordinances police said. The Fields ear was

for our youth who are ter, Mr. Thorns deOnstsvia,
slated for second and also across the center line
being trained to succeed the are Muter James It. Eons Jr.,
final They would 6gt Gene Cord estimated
reading. open
leaden of ROM Gruffon Ronald
today Mr. ,
to the Fields
billiard parlor to minors and $100 damage ear
on Sundays where no alcoholic and f ISO damage to the Bruneon Harmon, Mill Debra Middle-
gel sold Automobile. ton, Dougla Them, Mrt.
beverage are or eonsum
1 ed Field was charged with Charles M. WttU.

The commission I I. expected reckless driving while drinkingand Aces Park

to continue the discussion of the leaving the scene of aa John Curry

traffic problem on Lake Howard accident Field was appr> nbe City

Drive at 0 St. and at 17th St, V W. bended tin blocks from where Mr. Gerald Dawson Mrs
the accident took place. Sward Hughes

iPROTTr JR* VOTE FOR FLORIDA STOCKS Mr*. James Lake Alfred L. Dees. Miss

*-"" u Her are the I p.m. tlofgi Lyra Taylor
on Florida stock as reportedby AibwndaU\
Francis and William Hall. Noel Witbunt
I duPoot CoAir
Co.rv Cemmltdenef. Control MH. Da eprtMr

District 1H Tampa Electric: *4H Floyd Lock. Mis
M., A V Lynn Taylor
Florida Telephone MM

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Monday May 4,, I9<><

II adui1Ai Face Bright FuhueMMBNGTON

UPI for aU ffel/e at i May oboe RE-ELECT
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ha IMt eoBeee pelisse job g.wtag ...... fcr Ike >ear

r.; ........ are heater .m rare eked Warned
.Ubor SetreUrr W tit..:u-' LEON
Mate said Soda that M ernWeen > ttj.I MmiID
daae a sIse.wa de( iwrelated .

J 1IIy en are. oflertag actintics anou aDd: rmpk.- .jraapaf ,- THORNTONCONSTABLE -v

ITMD Wooo it i- 1',1' JAKARTA lailimiai UPI-
far been in the fear I ,; > ' lodoaemas armed tone sob
W oaUook U put c.. ., h (:(\ / ,;.; .' vomaueu arc ready to taws A
Lift food. sue for cbrmCMU >. ; ..''''.;'.'. '" "' ''.' Maiyaia a*) .bee) the ....*.
n alheBMtxii off rinla. : :':?''r ::i r... <* "" -tTiah a eaaani< hawsPrcaaas .

;. TO tabatmam ADd t teat'.ors .. .. . torn "l.m Heir Yias.dsaee.1 ".
.he sad. . ,' : : Smtarao said .....,. District 4
l: REELECTRAY :' ::t1: ;:: ';. \ :.'' I,' ,. ,I ,I. Malayaa ahaaUbeeauraty smiled
The aMMt oIfKf'f red \ .
up < \ .
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n lob atiaiirta to a* a@-n: trttrrto "', 'I I' i1j'"C \: W\1\ "J\: :. ,.0>' '". : ..... tole a cued
> die MjK aM aari womrnlar "YI. \ : It.,UJ". Njet iMimMrl m.
wile. a. M ........, b.ebe ," ;':,\1\,\,I V.1 "\\I II'" !!I'!, >r: '::dt. a perk Uem pcrsaas* Ike Ameneaa My record es CwwroM wM Draw tfcot
fcjfui hi Jo*. AantfcerIWJM .," :",t. : : >; ; '< Embassy I on wel t(1ICIIIfiH tow Hill office.
MATTOXM.M .... . F
are ta Mw lee -.1 1degree. < r The aaama had brea aIM
. :i' Used a* a special _.....*
u. ,, ,') ::,_.,,;'-,','>1 r1.JI ,' by Sahara* to InrWiniaiia eel Year Vote & Snpport Will Be Appreciated
; 11:,' ' : : 1/' , atom who have vowed to
"I" : <
CHOP w wurrai HAVEW "' \' \, :'':: .:: !' .,. tuck bu crash XataysM- ,.. P.1. Adv.r ,
,: '
policy but he Ad orderthem
:' . ... . ..o.e.e..a. .. .. 'fI. '. ins art IIL
A. :::::_
Poke lad eembat Hoops ia
Beneficial : . '. lull battle tear were yarned
around the U S. Emftawy baJUia r Please
but Wan toU.. the wed e
to f s .home after aw speech
@ [ll USTENIMG INTENTLY State Rep Ray Mattoi ol Winter Haven, and Usopponent. tad not male say treaMe J'olt For
Jack Tumor of A..b.r d.Ie. rigid are owartioq their turn at the "mike at There were no mctdeat)
ti' Sinew ralyGeorgia's. Setters repeated bM ".. tobeH"
i statement aiamrt Amert- Elect
cam: f rei ia polities ha* bees ia agaai.gatio.al
S today ," TnbMe said "1 said 'Go to bell wtth youra"
In pocket efforts
{ your GOP .. and I meant the Uai ted
Party ia bu atatemect This ia my
Get K and tat M Ifg smog BenefWafs Golden oputott. is the that. DOlt seeded State because there are carries Dalid B.
I ia the Bated States who at.
JuWeel Get SprWf UIft to paint vp. tie up.tune up. by tile Republican party iaGeorfia

,, the dress on epgood* place to call reason'for money Remomber the ffijafli Beneficial,you want i* e Takes On A New Look lathed aid tu: confroautaae that the ladoaena) toodrtx toward should to Malay their stop- I

,: Ml, Call up or com In this very minedelBENEFICIAL fca." Sukarno Sold the tferi.f .
California IIigginbottolDTO
ATLANTA (t..7h- Ceorf a's Sea. Goldwater's philosophy to I
Rrpubbtao party emerged today a great extent f RIJED JILT
1914 FINANCE SYSTEM 1964 from a atatewide eonvea- Bat I think oa the other. SANAJVTOXK' ).TM. -OPI.-
loans up to 9600. Fumrture Car or Not SWINTER Uoa with a new leadership, asew hand there are more local of UROC Party lUaehmwIwttmifMUMnewfanfted -
-Benendal Financ Co. of Winter Haven eooerraUve look and a fifes and more local tenet butted wire caaktnt FLORIDA HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVESPOLK t
A- SS drive to carry the GOP Into the whkb will attract them w they held cattle tot a .fesaoa ta ItTT
, lid' floor. & ps ProfaMnil Bldl.CYP'ftS 3-2171 county precinct level till conscientiously continue to from John W 'Bet-a-Minioni
: tAIL!O laSS' (del ('roans Co Pott'S........ Tbe beetle teo.day eooveatioa support the Republics party" Backs Barry Oaten. Oats erected a barbed COUNTY GROUP 3
I r. . 210 East StrHt (RNt of ) MUtual .5105ortN whkb ended Saturday re- be said. re fence oa San Antonie't
i ( cvcniMcs rr **'fornn orf-PttONC lOtI tom muted ia a ekes ,ftP of of Some Negro delegate and alternate auatary plaza and filled tt with StBJtCTTOMY. INN DEMOCRATIC PRIMARY
! 1 .C|,....MMfdM warty toiaewe.weeeweeeeeeeeeeeeee ,, Aces by the CoUwater wiaf of from the Atlanta area M racaed Lontnorn ekes
e e BAJCERSriELD Calif (UPI>
the party the removal of tbeveteraa boycotted the eoaveatioa because Then be bet the aoemMed
Atlanta leadership and they felt they had received Sea. Barry Gwtdwater has aa- raneben lie aiatost tit that RECORD: Served lOU well in the past.
I the meceMioe to tbe cbimttB- ao recocnibox. Tribble other feather ia bit Cahfarsapreprimary UK fencing would held the cat-
ELECT hip of date Sea. Joceph Ttib- forces placed one Negro oaeach endorsement cap today theusa.imoui tie acatnct aartfetnc He called PLATFORM: To serve lOU better in the future. I
ble of Savannah. of the state toaremtosammbiees of the th* wire -fctbier than air
OABENCC H.DUNCAN. Tribble rained ia Atlanta after J.H. Calboua conservative Waited Repubh oronctr than rhea and
! over the weekend retttaf. eoaferrlac aa Atlanta Kffro asked tor cam of California ROC cheaper than dirt Gates act a
be appreciated.
YOUR vote will
The "
; with GOP leaden and such a move-aad submitted a .l ember tROC cortoy eairytnc a taIIIiDC torch
> prepartof for the special Ceor Mst of names added Its endorsement Sundayto to whip the herd into a turn- tt "I.l AJ.
lit legislative aeutoa. Tribble pledged to build the that of the California Republic paste
IB Assembly (CRA) to boost
part a prectoct ortaniiaUoa
He reaffirmed aa earlier be Ariaena senator. canpaica
ia every county hi Ceorla"
A FOB statement that"I wffl viforooly to beat New York Gee \eltoaRockefeller
support any candidate cbo- The GoUwater forte led by ill Cakfonfe i GOP
CONSTABLEmtfCT4 sea by the Republic coves Tnbble-who remained to com primary nest some County Commissioner Floyd Woods
Uoa ia Saa Francisco" and added wand of the eoaventioa almost! Unlike the CRA dorsement
that tf the Goldwater lea March. shire
rfi came only
II YEARS or LAW Iron the mute H opeaed
had not placed Necnws In any alter a bag and .biter fifht between .
day-pMaed doves Z2 delegates
ENTOBCEMEMTaflc EXPERiDfCEI Jeadeniua offices ar la the GoUmiltr and RockeM,
to the
party'utiorJaJ wave Acclaimed Editors
Jj tate of correaUoa .her by Countywide
I delegate*. U. tan ia Sac FranebaJab' U. supporters. the tROC endorsement
j, .- Primary Mayfrwvca a was became Negroes' were set These'BKtudHi four tattart* came without oppo-
Coldwater boos
j AbiBfy lor Fair, Impartial, Ecwaomkal.. There" sopporten ia delegate pledged Saturday
I cerUinly nothoutbt Two delegate from the Kh des ST11CT1.Y All rUEf'EW
f Efflcka Law Ealorcemcat oa my part to esehtdeor trill remaia aaplrdfed YORE (ITI) TVpubashers Newspaper* editors ctosefy fotaw tit work .. our f voramet sad the mea
bxhtde anyone eicept oa tile The conveMioa ala saw toeffeet of Amencaa Her
basis of their afleglance to tile elected to tie people. lecawM of tilt, lie* weB to
j I PLEDGE TO AJDKIKISTEH THE OFFICE Or CONSTABLE the .....g of BMmmheofnaUeaal life and HoriIoe0 represent art equipped
EmOEMTLY. BASED UPON GOOD LAW princifiles that we eadom sad commrtteewomaa Mrs day that their new public..... .,..... p.ifara>aact eM gsadfic tio.s.
oa the bails of the effort they Sky, vd not be available
SHroRCEMEirr. HOMESTY ECONOMY. AND mTECRfnr. Mary Baker Hire of VhUBaaad
are wtttef. to put farth." he the aelettioa of a new aatieaal where oa earth.

l, CLARENCE R DUNCAN said Tribble.. a tl year old efineer Pkken eomaitteewmaa of Decatur. Rose distributed The mossy only mafatue aboard win U be S, Read What Editors Say About Floyd Woods

by prol ..ioa. added. airliner
The sekctioa of the two
' ,.. ,el A4. that Negroes deal wpbl
agree ta a caucus alter the cooreo-
ties I by delegates" to tile aa oa1,1 -
ceaveatfca and the party Lake Wales News

! j FORMER Steppiac. leadership den from their .., ....., hr ,be tape,.. In ebe pej few rMrs have .ar..4y raa .Ut. .un-

. J loaf time potts were former . d. ........, mss.pe/ taa set . ..r pskl.. sad pegr..s will eses

Officials aatMoal eammltteemaa Robert MUM k the tow.. Ow.-4.>**.* M Mey It* vW ,. r* Ft.H weeds ."
City Endorse Soodcrass of Atlanta and James
Dorsey former chairmaa who
had attempted to run for aa, Mulberry Press
tidal cemmiRetmaa Tribble

defeated Ales Realer III of At -. . MBUd -y ....>.. .. ... . U f>**rmti web" tke *..... ef .MvpnoiMe >
; DUNSON fans for the chairmanship ia .... .... "
I a lopsided victory ead rv M mew d.tlaly Mr dbrrkt oW rW wk.le sew*?.

! 'The bulk of eiperieace
i W* han been privileged to b. Winter Haven Cottmiuionen.q my Winter Haven Herald

1 During our terms we have served with L W. (Les) Dunson when -. . .d .-4 kbrd ...... .. ... ,..,..., ersri . ,.

f h. was a Commissioner or Mayor ol Winter Haven or a Polk County ELECTQUILLIAN

Commb oner. Ho has served in an outstanding manner and U han Polk County Democrat

honor for us to endorse him lor another term. ". . oWe ,. Ma ,.. tMtvla Me alb. .w ......*. on saucy s.r eis..
rf f

} Ollad t Winter Haven News-Chief

.f zNillgrd . ....... Pfey4 WM, . MM .MtwwMl, ..,. M Mr weNMFrostproof c-ry
Frederic C -

., News

1j' 1 1I' ".... ..... up u .... pert .> fW ..... .Meads. Ceeep Cs.LI...-


Bill Lawless \
Woods Also Endorsed
. By
. "" "'-' '- ,;t Aubaradaft. Star Fort ....... feeder
Henry ppr Lake Wat* K1e aar tahtUrf ledger

People of Polk County Need

: c2L6f the Experience of an Average Citizen

I I Bob who, too, is OverBurdenedwith Vote Tomorrow. . WIN with WOODS


i -4< ., / ''

b .'. . r del /

., Is Th. Man Who Knows and Understands the r Re-elect. .

REELECT'Dunson Problems of >'1 Polk County Cinsens . and

Will Represent THEIR Interests in Tallahassee.



County CommissionerDistrict TOMORROW County Commissionersege

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Nurse Exams Licensing Slated r ml.... to SA..s.-t4.s-t i SAVINGS m I ISALE

examination the Professional Florida State will nurse Board be licensing given of N urln by<, 4 ', A QUA-NET J HAIR :T 67|

I ( on AU(. 18 and 19 in the ;
Semlnolt Hotel In Jscksomiiir I '
Completed applications must BRECK SHAMPOO a-T: 341 .
I be thud with the state l>('u < '",
liter than July 21._


Dividend __ :: \ (lUrl 1))

.............a MortgageVMtors fr._ r COUPON B MOUTH, lelse.s.: =
Trust ;:\ ;, r5 64
iis }
.tAMl consecutive n'nUIl,. )' ", : \', \,: .,:, II PLACE MATSr Htartt 1)
dlrldsnd of six cents pet w.t. ,(if ,i'JW'i. ''. 4
payable May U, toshsrch,,1 1. j ,/to" {\\i.'}' *"_. **_..
of record May L ex-'li\ :::i;$ lJ, "" MM T.MMUI_... _eaw.w"W . BAND AID MASTIC k "* It. E.e.4N 28*.
April 28, 11)<$4. elms r l M. 19 STRIP
souths: a '/V." : : (I limit 11
Mortgage, Is an Invesfmcr.: }. a.ere e.Wi ...... ... I

in primarily selected In centers first of rncrt-afas population ,'.,: . '. Lillo" I wllk maMA Urn W*. ... 6LEEM ws- lit.. ..... .. ..* Ie 47
growth located prl.ir.paUy: III' 11
In StatesGLENDARTY the. southeastern tasted; .,ff,1), !(*!;;; f ;:' 1 1

n COUPON TECNIQUE COLOR Teertk y :7.11 '169

NIGHT LIGHT TONI ...... .... U II .

..a.._...-. e wwral.. ....IIMWI.... --_.te..a.b ...... 3 3 c PINKING SHEARS ?:;:-w::.a:: 59

clerk of the Polk County Criminal Court, is talking with Paul Vaughn, clerk of the elf.
Are ye. tetltflerf rhh MMMMH cult court at the Bsrtow rally, Both are seeking reelection

e..d.ll.rp.d.ywill *. feryeer IRON )MOUNTAIN Mich. Florida Alabama PrimariesTo SETS
flimUf tow. ,
(UPI) Mrs. C rrl. Nash,
who will be 100 in I less then a INi .........,..
I CONTACT- month, has been named "moth. Test Civil SN pier. ......... *tl.. 2 34M4 ( 1 ......1.-.... ,.....,..
i Financial PlanningH. er of the year" by the Iron Rights StrengthATLANTA P er.er- _". lee Ira Me..sa..aas.w.w.. ..e.
River Eagles lodge Owe .... W- i3.
A. RIESE I ASSOCIATES Mrs. Nash has three children (UPI Democratic dared unconstitutional by a SVJmrl I wNk CWCM tkm .... 4l a.- .. Mw 11.
1'. O. lei 171, Wlxer He. 14 grandchildren, 24 greatgrand.children primaries Tuesday in federal court A special ral
MT rat w*mi mi ICT IOK m fen natiCT ytff y
and Iii great- Alabama and Florida may help panel held, however, the "1-8" a UI
.l.,kM 2fM4il great-grindchltdren.ELECT gauge the depth of Dixie's opposition primary plan would be acceptable VALUE 199 srti'vn IAQO
this to chaos, COUPON .
to the civil rights bill year prevent UnM NrNIWM III' '
but warned the legislature to MM V. tM- I IIn
pending In CongressAlabama : : I V

l re- ;: l m 'mbtJtl'i' l: ,\,: Vq.T.. Go. George Wal redraw Under district the plan.lines Democratic BLANKET BAGS26c JAMAICA SHORTS rM. 0
1 lace is expected t r) his
'lflC'BS o .N.stR' a iN: slate of sweep candidates t are selected in the
.... . ... unpledged presidential old nine districts end then face .. Illy _.. ,
elector candidates e..a. ::
I ,: to victory each other In a statewide run. :::1L'.4:1: : :: a,.. ..,W. ; ,rue. 99'LADIES' I I Io
.Befg: : atm a'JQtra: :, 91f 'tO t : but the Florida Primary appears off primary with the low man ... ,.a ._ ,IM.iler.l

,, iiI.' .... considerably less predict eliminated The eight men left
ableWallace face a Republican slate in November IUMIt S .Ica wile Ora .... ESNT
has said repeatedlythat PANTIES P
defeat of his hind-picked
Wallace has spent little time
slate would nullify his Inti- Ii1
rights presidential campaignsin plugging for his dale of un COUPON .*
electors because of his .aaesSaN..W ferXL
the North and Alabamianswere pledged .' 4 99
lime consuming races In Wls ....MM. .WHIM
expected to rally behind HANGERS 4 .weBATHROOM
consist and Indiana. The Alabama PANTS NEW TRIMUNIT
their bantam chief executive
chief executive seems 30" PORTAIU FAN
But the Florida primary features

PAUL a .aov rnor'l race in confident of victory for he plans .......... IW eee.W j
which anything could happen to 1",1Id'llOn" \ day in Indiana .nwl.a .... 3 f., Mew chip help *....
to watch the outcome of his .
Six Democratic candidates .WI e,4. M..e. I'....w.0 rlnclw fm
,.. .
tight In the cosier( State primary -
the have predicted they will be In (Limit t with <.u,.. thru w.4.. 4/1)) C..l. ..p to I n.m.A .
May 26 runoff.
The moat liberal candidate on The chances of a Republican l *,M..ll.
cross over In Alabama were
VAUGHN the race issue appeared to beMum
uncertain The G 0 leaders
NI"\ltQbJTt King COUPON aragarBfgg 2088thl.
high/ .IW had iliti'lAw'. noun feel I pledged elector slate frit{ '
y would pr>' qpt a clear cut eon.frontltion INSECT
complete' accord with the civil 10
between the
rights bill but would' support it. partiesin 6- I
A long record of faithful s.rvk.4Hw.kg The other candidates the NovemberOn REPELLENT
the other hand. Wallac.I'fportt'dJy m
many recemme4atlo such a tII. folbwlagENDORSEMENTS bill .. ,
hat promised reps ....
Jacksonville Mayor llaydon I-O N PtoMwrHyISMtlS
: Burns has been criticized by congressional ssls against a redntrtcling cross over for rt RSTfS.. 39c
other candidates fa the Florida I
race for his handling of Jack. SCALES
aWrN 1 .IM .w.r Mw wd lNl _
"PAUL. VAUGHN I. the ..ly ,.?., w. .... wh. k.lVk.1 sonvllle's recent racial crisis. DeCaulle Back =- .J

the u,.'.;su t. fficl..tly ep.rel..n..I( tf. The other candidates are Sea At His DeskPARIS -MM._..._...''Ie.....w. .a.W. 99
vital ,.... sf car aunty .w."f. W* (..I Scott Kelly of Lakeland who _-. a.eae w..w 2
calls himself "the symbol of ...
hateaeta( -. M.
I I" ityiiif tk.t PAUL VAUGHN tk.
U ._
!<'U.1.I ...* ,.,Clerk .f tk. Circuit C.nrtl" opposition" to the civil rights (UPI) President r:5POLORON IIt
bill, state Rep Fred Karl of Charles de Gaulle returned to
THE WINTER HAVEN DAILY NIWJ-CMIW Daytona Beach State Sen John a heavy work schedule today

"A",.*. tk. (.njidit.1 ,., CI.,. .! Circuit C."rt. former Mathews state of Sen.Jacksonville> Fred Dickinson and for the.first time since his operation PICNIC JUG ELECTRIC FAN

ONE, AND ONLY ONE, h.. k.4 cryl t.4 .Ui.it. of West Palm Beach De Osulle scheduled a con LA hell pea ..-'v V.w ,_ .,
.ip.ri.nc. In the cl.,.'. .11c.. E.I.! *..", c.u,- In Alabama the three-pronged ference with some of his cabinet ..I.I.the.. whp r'MIPM /.,....mt.. .* *4Wa.Y4......ton ...,-..... "Male.r
1*.u. eft4 .tfic!..t, PAUL VAUGHN h.. ..."' ...t.t... V objective of the "free" electors! ministers during the day IN ef sets' N.dde. 1*** Nsy wee t>nm TMCs> WIN t-<*M(
kit cbility t. K.ndl. tk. Up |del P.Ik C.w*"i.xi will ls to embarrass the admlnlstrs- In preparation for s cabinet N .I... 1 ty.lbrr MMV 1/188
/. tk.mi.U.i a fever by .l.cfixf him Cl.rk .( tk. lion of President Johnson give meeting Wednesday, the high i
Circuit C..." THE POll COUNTY DEMOCRAT Wallace a voice In choosing .light of s busy week .lus IV *
Johnson's vice presidential running The T3-yssr-old president 1.49 C
mate and to polish Wat- derwent surgery April 17 for 97a
"PAUL. VAUGHN ,tees *f the mil loyal .s 4 ..W.m ,. lace's national Image removal of s non-mslignant tumor VALUE ,
*. In ...r .lfit. .t l.rt.w, ail wt |jets wttk car 1.! Democrats also will pick nine of the prostate gland, He .
V I.w .">t.f, L.y.l Fd.h1..1 tk. .P.Ik, Cnfy D.m.cf.t. csndidstes for eight congres left the hospital five days age r
I. *"i". 11.11.1. pr.m*.... t. the cl.rkiki.l" atonal sests In the first step of to begin a period of convsles- ,.e
THE WINTER HAVEN HIIALD sn__election recipe already de cence st his country borne SILEX ....

"W* tkink tk.t tk. .Hic. ., CI.,. ., tk i. Circuit -... Yt .... .
Carl will k M.f ..",.4 II, PAUL VAUGHN I. wh. h.. ELECTRIC DRYER
muck *i,.ri."c. In the .lficr' V
PORT MEAOI UAOIR Polk County Must Have A TOASTER U V R.t.l ...* *<. ........ l.h
.,.. .. .
- il> IM* k sCempare lvli.Ips.nd..o .t41
tI wile /Ys etc a..1t
"A..fk.r cki.f ..1.s,,ty PAUL VAUGHN. ..,*. t. *.IIC'c. Man of Proven Ability. . .....rl. r..' S Jr..re
..4 t. the |1.1 .f CI.,. .f Orc.it c."". V..h( h.. whhdrk 099
b... .. l.. In tk. Circ.it Carl .H!<. f., .b.irt JO e.Mr.L R.e .. M.fS I SPRINKLER
gun ni kw. tk. "ic.t. rah .f tkii .ff fic. "r.w IIIIII. SPRAYERrznS".Qq
V ..... t. 'iIIi.h. W. UK*. H ll tim. f., all fame ,
...i.! t..t t. .*... ..p1.. I.dl.e ."4 r.". diirliif tk. 99amh1Pik. HAIR DRYER : i |
ftit f.",r ,.." wh.I.. ... .lrt/V .h..." kimMlf t.b Compare / /<
c.*,l...ly p.lili.d ...1" .ye. I I'HVl'yl
tidy Ceete < 4.M p.A.kle I.h '
THE LAKE WALES NEWS (J Myer .11II 4.,*,.... ..N ee vii.. (J]
... .. .
eve kw rt k* 4 eW *.rw.pie. *
SILEX .14e4 ....... .,.. e.eytpae. GARDEN f HOSE

,....... .. ... .. ...
"...MY5.. an/al a/u/y ..1h. ; pip.e Y.M. -
r.c.$;... .! floe *>,..*... Tloe Sf AI..,...rt. ; STEAM .IMS ii Z 88 w-.m-L..M..1- r.-. 8 7C
.. Valve, .w It
.rf.. *.tsn t* PAUL VAUGHN M< STARV e Nw
..,..., as/ (... ..*.'i.."u.. >hi $k. .W.... CI. & DRY .
ti. CVc.it C.rt." THE AUMRNDAIE
If You Wont To Knew . /
I "TV. ..(H-,....... (...ct:... .! tW ff.c. .! CUrk d
tile Circuit, Carl sal> ..U..ty with floe ...*fr4y M. WHER THEY ARE BITING
.I tile tMt... Tk* we s.f, i Iei.i .f Hii .Mh. J*...tt4sv. CAKO steam A dry and WHAT THEY ARE

m.. *f ..MWrii. .Mrry Ie< ....It*'.''**, ITM. Two (Irons .tn on*. Rt 69.9ELEQR1C IITING, ON
with. ...*.H..>. .y. Ie .Hici iMy. .... ewe pnlab 112.1S. tl MIl for Your Frt. Copy of
1 Wy witk ..,...."*. FiM *. Ml h> PAUL VAUGHN, HE CAPTAIN FISHFINOtfft'S
JOywr Mt.r*. ., tk.. Cl....'. .frlC.. ..... I... WEEKLY FISHING
.. ...,'' TIPS
rt..l ..rU.1. kMwkJf. *l .rry .. ;


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5' vMl ,_ d aN Lrd d..esa 1. / r .erYrM are.

OF CIRCUIT COURT State Senator f y GARCIA"'W::: ......

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Monday, May 4. t 1964

Time For a ChangeFair Loci SeeksEnrollment VOTE FOR AND SUPPORT

At Matte(

President's Johnson youngest
daughter, Lucy Balnea, 14,
hopes to enroll at Marquette
University in the tall) of 1961
Marquette it a coeducational
Roman Catholic university with
an enrollment of more than 10,-
000 students It la located Just
ll llk west of downtown Milwaukeeand
?gyp if operated by the Society
of Jesus

Mm Johnson told Marian Me- L W. "Les" DUNSON
and Equal Taxationfor Bride of the Milwaukee Sentinel
aha hat "lived In the South and
East and think it would be The Voters Of Polk County:
All! more interfiling to go to college To

country lit'."another part of the IVi VMH .9.. yM .Iee... ree m ,..' Geary CewaWeasftnm '
Dlitrftf k.I '
ELECT "Beth Jenkins, one of my fnmM Heiw. EHlcletlt, liiflllfl, A4ml.U.i.t....
best friends and the daughterof
I (hive kept the Folth.I
daddy'a administrative assistant I .m p.4 at My Record" n yew Ccmty Cemmlulww.I .
Walter Jenkins, ia ll sI
ItflclMt Admlnl'
.1IIt1. Heiwtt, !rrflrMlve
I premise re
CANDIDATES FOR COMMISSIONER Las W Dunson of Winter Haven, loft, ready enrolled at Marquette tratl*. .
Ralph J. Rossi discusses electioneering data with Floyd Woods of Medulla at Bartow rally, wh.r. both there Miss Johnson said ahead"She of will and be O. My Near, I .poetf.lI, lollclf year vt. ..< .ppoot
a year me
mad thair final public pitch for reelection. fee RaElectiea
,, I would like to go to college
-- Slsc.nly.
with someone I know well.
"Marquette is an excellent L W. '.L.." DUNSON
Special Church school" she said "It rates Candidate for County Commluloner
;\t. very highly among the private District 3
girls' schools in the Cast lUke

their program and hope I am Funds ell. W. "LII" DUM.II
Services Held f PJ for by Pot l C.mp.19ft
Full time on Job. "" accepted.

Eliminate present fee system

I Will fight to keep At DriveInThe 100 %

Winter Haven Drive-In .
Homestead Exemption Church, located on Havendale .
Blvd, and sponsored by the
A man that keeps Beymer Memorial Methodist ..
Church Men's Club began Its of Folk's Newspaper Editors ",:
his promises
sixth year of service Sunday
morning with the Rev Dennis
Paid Political; Ady, DeLacure, chaplin of Florida name GRIFFIN best qualified
Southern college, as guest i
..... pace
II to serve you as State Senator ,

", ,

; our children need. . SIXTH ANNIVERSARY SERVICE-The Winter Ha. Lakeland Ledger
Driv. In Church the Memorial
I, yen sponsored by Beym.r
Methodist Church, hold Hi sixth anniversary service yes- ** . a seai wli* Ilea ,lie iprliie m4 ftntu ttotur t. serve oil .l Polk Welly
tarday. Among those attending the service were, fromleft . Hit .fltlotlv' _.... k ... .t l l.allI.- and lvl-kM. l.dnMp.' "
to right, Hughes Steele, Winter Haven City Commissioner -
BILL READfor : the Rev. Dennis DeLacure, the guest minister
and chaplain of Florida Southern College; and George
Flack Jr., general chairman. Haven News-Chief

speaktr Rev. DeLacure Spoke to the "We CMitd tok tile .nitty sear en4 apt find a flier mat. I* fill the peal")1.. . .
City commissioner Hughes audience the about Cod's plan for UKUufdl )I. every _|poet . k.*ws what .herd wrk If . b me fmkmo* !I. the (Mils
Meele; also spoke to Die audience plan universe for Individual In general lives and in the at Tll.lMU*. . w..'.,', have I. speed tint. 'taming kit, way .,..nd ,lie if* gwen-
at represeoUtlvejfef: the particular iMut u4 tM li ciwitM . ."
a pclirt
iSuftermtendent of City of Winter Havetf. JJ a Vld, He said men must b* ,
t "In may opinion, thla,,drivels humble of and "not think mrb' .o1'.L, f a VV m A''IJIAI..rI: I''
highly of himself than he "
church contributed
has treat- .
ly to the rellfous life.of the ought. Lake Wales News F ;
Music for the service J
Public Instruction was
community. Not only has It .. .
served as a place of worship conducted Mrs by Jo Jackson Abner Lockhartwith "ftrlffl . km eped..c. .* a Matt r.* ,......atlve . will sake. ".''k c..."
for the unchurched, but also asa accompanying .M .f lk. bmt Mate sautes k .has eve .k.< .."
j on..thuccordlan.I
haven welcome for the man)

! tourists visiting In our area" :,..,. ; : '
The I : 'it'tli'tij; 'rJ: :
I BILL READ . family man and civIc leader.. established drive-In on May church 1 I. 19SS was :; ; ., ,.. ,;',, ; Polk County Democrat (Bartow)

largely through the efforts of :
s I e 46 years old . Happily married 21 years . Two children the Rev Charles Thompson ,'KTr' "....f w.. .haw lite... wMttkf. *r wcunfvl ,In ........ Dr botk, antes hevlp*
II then pastor of the Devmer l""GSWoott IM a MM* tor ......-(*" ll ,.H" .. Time. .....bot wk. have evened tk.f order. It
e President, Lakeland Shrine Club Past Pres Church Richard Brumbaugh of ;" " :" ''' ''' ._ ... . .
Frostproof : "i" 'iS cml blv" .II.r. If ever a man km ,r*... Mi fltMU fw ISotoat.rl) by ..parI..*.
I I- Rotary Club . former director. Mulberry Kiwanis Club Lake Alfred, then president of : "" nwpvnawct m4 (I...."". ... Hill ftriffli li that ....."
the Men's Club and W. F .
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Deacon, First Presbyterian Church of Lakeland Corley, who was the drtve-ln -' " .' ,." ,
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i I I church's, first general chairman : :, ..l T TE::: ,.. : Auburndale Star

Since that time 11 has oper.
R. P $ )
BILL REAP . an educated educator ated contlnously except for the wrAnVt ". ...01...* "a rMt.tlra ,>*.. all .f path Cwnty rfuriiif his service la lie

Sunday September after of Hurricane 1960. DonnaIn I."..II..,.. ."... ',".'tC.,: ,," t'".."ffl". : .rltIt Heave . "

a Bachelor of Science Degree In Education, University 01 Tampa s.rwws er -
, ** * * * * * * * *** *
e Master's Degree in Education, New York University Haines City Herald .
: e Additional study at Florida Southern University end U. of Florida SUPPORT OUR TYPE "edHls saws Uk.lk.wt. M. will' .. at eel valve I. celq'Pelks' J teglsia' '' .
live ....." ;".';

1)) DILL REAP . an experienced teacher and educational administrator OF GOVERNMENT! Frostproof News ,

Valuable classroom teaching experience in and . b ..... .
elementary high DCe. to Mly" t. the Mpl. she .... IK*** kin , km shrews a
schools and college ....).* l iMmwt la the wlfw .f all ...,,11 Cw ty , ."
Prove to the communist influenced countries that

e Principal, Mulberry Elementary School; Mulberry High School;
democratic does exist in the
government actively
I Winston Elementary School, Lakeland
free world! Also Endorsing Ben Hill Griffin's
e 8 years Supervising Principal, Frostproof and Kathleen area Candidacy

; schools As State Senator

Let's Have A Record Vote For The Lake Wales Hhlond.r!

BILL READ . a highly respected. ..!leader In his profession Fort Meade Leoder Mulbtrry Press
Candidate Of Your Choice . Winter HOY*, Herald

Included among offices Bill Read has held:

-President, Supervising Principals Group, Polk County for Complimentary.. tide to the Pelts. Check The Facts . Compare CandidatesVote
President, Polk County Physical Education Association
President Ridge Conference Athletic
theLAKELAND' Fellewls,:

-Polk County Representative on Florida Council On

Elementary Education 688-3378

Tomorrow .

KILL READ will bring harmony back into our Polk County School AUBURNDALE WO 74-792 ELECT

System by restoring between the Superintendent's office and

the Polk County School Board, teachers and parents. WINTER HAVEN 293-1223 BEN HILLGRIFFIN

And, DILL READ will effectively serve all of folk County not as
a politician, but as a respected, impartial educational administrator.Yes .

our children need BILL READ .

's Your State Senator

Our CWWrtn Need..



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ELECT Monday May 4. 1964 Pa?* Nin

Robert J. "Bob" Haslett Rome Has Versitn ./ JOIN THE

Clerk of, the Criminal Court 'Vanishing American'By

DPfIfINC:101! : 'II' y...* as yetll
Cork Crimlii) CM* ERNEST SAKLCR Swingtoii
United ....... hriernatienal
HONfSTl: ...., a criticism q St.t*
A.*H 1 III .,., 10 y.... .( k..plM ,vMl ROME Th population of Rome U rowing rapidly
I but tht "Romans of Rome are fedinc away
EttlCltNT ft KONOMfCAL: 4.,,,*. .. "Romans of Rome" It the proud aeK-deacrtption of the peopleof
IlIc l ,.... .f ||'X "',.? ce... I III It 4) ,,., Trastevwe. the old working elMt district on the right bank of
no I H.il.H .", ,.,. the MUM nvmbw
.f d.puty club I* .,.,.t. .tficl.lrtly, the Tiber south of the Vatican. And there are fewer and fewer of
them perhaps. less than MOOO new whtle the population of
Rome la approaching :3.6 million mark
Courteoui and Good S.rvic. to Afl at AB Tim.s The explanation II simple: with comfortable modern build Marchto4
Irtf sprinalnc up all around the old city the Traateverlnl, practical
RE-ELECT CI.rk.fHit and unromantic people, tee no peelal reason why they should
HASLETT to on living In dark, damp. unheated houses a few centurtet old
Criminal Cwart Especially atnce the old apartments can be profitably sold as office
'd '.1, AJv space or rented to atmosphere-loving Americana who modernize
the Interiors without touching the picturesque outalde walla
As a result. Trastevere. like other parts of Old Rome, is turn
Ing more and more Into a show window a place where you go Parade
to eat In a characteristic restaurant, shop or slghtsee, but when to
you do not live
No one really knows that the population of Traitevere then
called "Trans Tlberlm" was In the days of Augustus or Nero,
when all Rome totaled an estimated I million Inhabitants But
the Trasteveiinl then certainly were a 11u.b1elhare of the Romans MovetoJ
and remained so through the Middle Ages, when wan and malaria
whittled the population of Rome to a low of 0.000 In the sixth
century, After the sack of Rome In 1537 the population tell to
about JO.OOO.
A Papal census In 1621 showed the population back to 111,000
Romans, but of these only 11,000 were Trasteverlnl. When Italy
took over Rom In 1870, the overall population had grown to 210-
000 of whom 16,000 were Trasteverlnl
At the end of 1963, Romans numbered about 24 million Of
these only about 30,000 were Trasteverlnl This year, the popular Switch to
tion of Rome Is likely to grow by another 100.000 and Trastevetlri
are likely to decrease further
.. Probably the most Illustrious living son of Trastevere Is Al
:: ,
fredo Cardinal Ottavianl. the baker son who became Secretary
of the Supreme Sacred Congregation of the Holy Office Also from
Trutevere Is Pletro Cardinal ClrlacU whose mother was a fruit

N, riarl s QUALIFIED

r. vendor.Wood Storks in BEST FOR GOVERNORFlorida's

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Survival Battle
A r

Senator John backs lack
United Prow International
wood storks In large numbersleft u
WASHINGTON (UPI) usual haunts and Mathews
their in the Governor's all the
America's only native stork, the wandered acroas the United campaign
My Dad Is O.K''I skinny.legged wood Ibis, ls waging Statea aa far north and weal aa i
a touch-and-go war for survival New England and Wyoming, and
all/ of his friends to and
the National Geographic looking for enough water to way, urges support
Society reports, provide food;' Allen said ee
I want my Winter Haven friends to know my Dad The spectacular bird with Its
five-foot wing span was once Florida RookeriesT'he vote for the man who is best qualified . by
IsOK.Did common throughout the south IS rookcrtfs used by wood .
eastern and Quit states But the Ibises are In Florida but only y
!Is conscientiousand sincere.Pad .
society says It has been decimated three Coikscrew Swamp far to be Governor of Florida
Is stsble and mature. by drainage and housing Sanctuary and two nesting
colonies In the Everglades National
project that are destroying
Dad hat b..n an Administrator and Accountant their southern Florida feeding Put are protected
areas Their survival Is further Survival of the stork depends
for 17 .
over years.PLEASE threatened It added, by large- on Its havlna sufficient Icedlnt-
scale lumbr-Jn and clearing areas and breeding sites, Allen ASSOCIATED PRESS "So Florida
I' CONSIDER MY DAD operations that encroach on said. . far I 11 I major nawipapart were
their wilderness breeding altes TMHtliiv komeinliK like lui lined up ,behind candidates Sarfafor John Math-

l CHARLES L. COOPER 100,000 Wood In Ibliws Florida once alone numbered Now often key the hunted 10-pound In the stork past,..a A ewe of Jacksonville lad the fSald.

between 1000 and 10,000 bi eed. South CroUni nave the ma-! -

For Our Next Tn CeJWctormn log domes pairs there make Robert their bulky Porter stick Allen nine colorful his Oullili fsvoiiu-accent:recipe In hta CORAL GABLES TIMES-GUIDE . "Math.w I r. a practical worker whose pro.

For the lest la .f AO folk Cowry noted ornithologist wroteIn "Yuh clean rm pick em rub
out em .lOP i would evolve from the political'
the society's magazine.In alt rear "m an gram machinery
Barbara Cooper Clack the 1960s a severe drought rm ten a crocus" sack' an bury ha It a master at running."
Dig m up
de aroun
em ran
reduced Ibis numbers to an all- '
'.1. Ad., H to ky l.rb. c..,., Click time low of 1.000. 'For the first bout a week fum Sunday tuikiv, an
lime In ornithological history, "e better n a ChiUtmao CLEARWATER: SUN
The birds populai namA . "Sanator Mathews hat a fine record form N

wood really Ibis Is a a misnomer itoik MycWilnAmMlrsna since ftla youth throuqh manhood In college and In our l Itg.

It hat an ugly Islatlva halls at Tallahauaa. It It a record com
Best Qualified For somewhat bald head which has
ranted It nickname such acb'onhesA '. piled through co-oparatton hard work and undtr-
iiourdhrad and Spanish "' 'f. Handing not through wild promises born of hectic

TAX COLLECTOR The bUUArd oui-oot liluli bird gubernatorial campaigning."

xtands on .tilt-11ke Irpn and
lies ii lone neck and bilaht
r bite body plumage art olt by THE MIAMI HERALD . "Sanator John Mathews of Duval' County hat

HOBSON STRAINExp.rl.nce xrrrnUh-black a black tall wlm Jiathciwand talked fiscal tania to the people of Florida."

II eats more t'isii!' a iiilrd elf
IU weight terry day In fish
astir bugs, (tuns and tmaUunakes THE TAMPA TRIBUNE . "Sanator Mathtwi' public record and Mi par.

feeling. Its a minnow Na'". nlne-lm snaps hut bill tonal history Iud us to believe that ha would t"

n On tht JobTraining blinks faster than th human rye Governor give Florida the leadership Its problems

Offal Gliders demand and Its opportunist datarva.

On warm day the buds
ulreUh their viola like sneer*
soar on tlwrma) drafts to nearly MIAMI BEACH SUN . "We like Jack Mathawt. Senator Mathews It
2300 fret then, without- vhu "
a feather, glide to feeding pond. a straight talkar. Ha hat dodgtd no Ittuat.

y 20 miles away. sometimes turning
over t 0 briefly glide upside ST. PETERSBURG TIMES
down. i . "Mathews will ba a mora effective Governor

been In'timed ordinary at It flight miles they prr bout have I than any other candldata Mathews hat the best

,During the November-Apsll record of accomplishments valuable to Florida."
nesting season, the storks con.
GraoWaUnlv.afrtc. eerie on their nesting grounds

No Outside The to sty male eggs la and slightly rear: their larger young and THE TAMPA TIMES . "(Mathews) . does not talk In curvat. Ha

easiness except by size, not even sctni- Itn't promising pta.In>tha.tky. Ha hat hard>notad
lists caD tell the aexea apart At
inter: Acc'f. Dtoria the end of the season the hand- executive ability, and a wllllngnatt to cut throughto

tome birds scatter throughout _the hurt of the issue,"
the South
St7tN0r1IhaW Oplr> Jack Mathews has waged an

Strain Receives County Church Membership of the Aa-
honest And honest
.mbUet of Cod has Increased t campaign. an
more than I per ant over IMJ
Wide Newspaper Endorsements according to the organisation"a campaign means an honest ad.
headquarters here ministration.
Increasing by more than 21"-
000. the denomination has I
rtorrrtoof wwi LIZ WALlS IIWSIt.
POU COWTY DEMOCRAT rarmtt membership 142.000
IW4Tswe Aped 1', 1M4TW A.HI lees This la the largest Increase$sine
Adll. revels I. Rvd.. pee.e .wee 1M7 why: more than MAOO STOP . THINK . .
e .M f .....y *. Ma c*>.ctM's. .....* b la sae ws ......... ...... pritoi were added to tniur
f .. ... we' k ..... .M .. db.c.wtl.w And You'll VOTE FOR
IMS b. M4 Ifce iso tn. rfce seal f. III e4fkts.f > > I'i ITi ASMmbUr 'f pod
I_. ... .. rades. ...... ...... eed p..dw aa.t. rat /sear ..'.....we.. II L, the Ilnta'largest f!'' i- the'Pen4eua.r ,ii dci JACK MATHEWS
.. .. Mew be U *MlvftKUHi It W. bet rat ..... wee toepeA1e e_ 1.sWted Se 3eala. .
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'lass/. .HOttOH TRAIN Mad ........... We twee.ey ....... We ...... a II cAU cYS Ins

b e ...... ....4pJ.t.. ....... tl1. he ........ uses...it M IYu Me e.Liar l.e.se.udyw. ... /OR TRANSPORiATION TO THE POVi

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DAILY 14wS-CHIEF, Monday May
11. The Town

/ May Is Homecoming t The Browser

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J.v..Q Month AtJohnson Home It.* tetter tnaa .... . jail .btwwlM tkroiagb WMer

MapromiM to be a month of home-cominc for the family of Mrs. Marion sMznat*...'. Day Snaday (tad graduation la the offlog'i! )

at 296 Avenue D, SE. Poaaibly moat exciting la that Dick will bring his we dropped by .AMELIA MAC ALM1W8 . to be greeted.
wilt a Icily ...... collection of sport cMhe.! Dwign by Bill
'tA ... for a brief visit before leaving for a challenging job in Okinawa. Mjcki AtUam Glen of Michigan, the cMbea are gay . branded
t-t former Michelle Garrett of Lake Alfred will bring 9-month old Debbie wttk the MB GoU, pinks. and me color the picture . and
for a 8-weeka visit with the doting grandparent, Mrs. Marion Johnson there U a greet group of natural Button are made of bam.
white raffled embroidery make a
Mr and Mrs. David Garrett of Lake maid Over and sparkling
Alfred. Dick will receive hia Maater'i .
rJ from the Harvard Business School and hat accepted a position M comp Far more eieMement, handsome Santa Fe tripe are
? r, of a pulp mill in Okinawa. He will be ia Winter Haven about a week fringed. Plenty of Mexican here, but not a costume In the
they fly to Okinawa in early June. crowd' Walking short, raaeher pant, ebas (over blouses)
1 Johnton- I Ia fialsfcisg peon shirts easy skirt and slim, combine with roundup
work for his Ph.D in Charlie K. Higgles, eon of George S. Whitman i II a pa- and gaucho jacket te mike delightful suits . sport clothes
e boIol1 at Vanderbilt Uni Mr. and Mr*. Charlie S. Hwg feet la the Lakeland General that are at borne on any range . ready to ramble all over
\ ea )' and will\ also be home gins, Is in baste training at the Hospital where he will undergo America!
)' the end of May HU Naval Training Center, Great surgery tomorrow morning Stopped by to admire the summer costume Jewelry at JOE
!' Nancy also will arrive Lake, IB The nine-week training BRANDON JEWELER AND SILVERSMITH'S . and was de.
e with their 11'month old Include naval orientation, Dr. and Mrs. Van T. Bar lighted to find a group of It at 50% off (plus tax). Cool white and
Tammy Lynne for history and organisation, seamanship nette and daughter, Vanessa, lovely pastels to accent your warm.weather ensembles . or to
with Mrs. Marion John ordinance and gunnery and Mrs. Buraette's mother "gift" Mother's Day or graduation.Also .
and the maternal grand military drill, first aid Mrs F M. Galloway, have noticed an exceptional opportunity for anyone planningto
*, Mr and Mrs. Frank and survival returned from Washington purchase a watch soon! Model changes are expected and a
of Lakeland and D.C. where they visited with group of fine quality 14K gold watches are now marked from
The Garden Club ef Winter Capt and Mrs Tom William 30%. to 50% off their regular prices (plus tax). Some have ex
too will briefly $Join Haven win hold Its annual pie. IOn and family:The Burnett panslon band . noticed several as low a* $39.95. But I especially ,
reunion She I is completing nil Thursday at the borne of and the WUUamaon also enJoyed lingered over several exquisite diamond watches . one
sophomore year at Flor Mrs Richard D. Field 1901 a trip to New York with a 2Vi karat diamond band . marked 50% oat! Start hintIng .
Presbyterian College and Lake Howard Drive. Assisting where they attended the openIng girl!
I :,( HONORED I . to the Univer hostesses will be Mrs John G. of the Worlds Fair and Wandered into FREDERICK'S MEN'S SHOP and discoveredthat
Mrs Ernest Drysdal. of Liverpool England and of South Florida at the Wood, Mrs W. B. Lemons visited various point of inter Arrow has finally made a shirt that is an honest-to-goodness
I'r, British Columbia Canada left, to right were II, of the summer sea Mrs Fred J. Henderson, Mrs eat. wash and wear No fooling! It doesn't even need the slightest
Friday by Mrs. Morton Hanlon Pictured at right I R. G. Reynolds and Mrs E. E touch\ -up with an Iron! Really Ideal for vacation time . and
next to her, Mrs Jams Kamm. an, a Junior at Winter McKinney. Stephen Radon Ilanslord of perfect for "tripping" businessmen .
High School: is looking Minneapolis. Minn. bas been It is styled of Dectolene, a 100%, dacron polyester tricot
to this flurry of ex Mr W W. Roger has returned accepted at the US Military that* smooth soft and porous Short sleeved style are $7.95;
WINTER HAVEN DAILY the first time all four from a two weeks visit Academy at Went Point He ia long, $8.91.
v1 rs, Hanlon been together In three with her daughter and family the youngest grandson of Mrs I was amazed at the literally hundreds of dress shirt hi
i and the first time Dale Mr. and Mrs Ted Lansing of G. W. Hansford and the late carefree fabrics . both long and short sleeve in a variety of
Entertains Dick have aeeo each Richmond Vs.Teenage. Mr Hansford. former Winter collar styles . both white and solid colors . and truly handsome
daughters. Haven Police Chief. stripe ringing from a fine to a wider stripe In this collection .
Is Arrow's Fenwsy Club of 100% carefree cotton ($5.00)
vVith Coffee and Mrs. Kenneth Sean The Catholic Koreans Club and Decton. a luxury blend of 65% dacron polyester and 35%
arrived from their former PartyAt will meet tomorrow for a cotton $500 for short sleeves; $695, long) both of which need
Mrs. Morton Hanlon enter in Georgia and have pur luncheon at Haven Hotel at Just a touch-up with an Iron. And all of these wear like Iron!
In d at her home Friday a home on Avenue O. 12:IS p.m. Installation of offleers Drove out to Southeast Plaza and browsed through VILLA'S
ith a coffee honoring Mrn *. They plan to become per will follow. Mrs George VILLAGE truly homemaker'i heaven! Discovered the greatest
it Drysdale of Liverpool Winter Haven resident Yacht ClubThe beversgeware that ever decorated fable! Contoured elegancein
< Boucher I II in charge of reservation
stemware and barware . that takes a third look before
II)E and and Mr*. Arthur Wu'tr *. you
of British Columbia, C4ted; by .. Ada Louise dart Winter Lake Region Yacht and realize it la not crystal. but elegant enduring, plastic . .
in:.da. Mr*. Drysdale I* the High School: student Country Club annual teenage The Woman Club of Lake rugged enough for butter fingered. youngsters I
--'--- It's break.rell.tant. stain resistant, and dishwasher
other of Mrs James Kammid among a group of select spring formal will be held Friday Alfred will have installation of safe
1* visiting with her andr school students who were from 7:30 until 11 p.m. at officers at its last of And aa If that's! not enough, It has a two-year guarantee ComesIn
family for a few week Guild Elects wuhabll'A recently at Llndenwood the Club. the meeting, in the lovely Jewel tones of cranberry, bristol blue amber, avocado,
;rs LaCerte ia sharing her , St Charles Mo. The dance 1* semi-formal clubhouae year A covered dish and charcoal. The price, too surprised met! Only $4.93 for a set
Mrs. Robert Schneider was arrived from twenty I* one of the highlight of the of I old fashioneds or highballs and IU5 for I In the stemware
nil hjre between her two .
m Ray and Arcel. and their elected president of SL Jos / state to tour the campus, year'. activities for the teen cede luncheon the business at 1 p m meeting will pre :goblets, champagne'sherbet, cocktail, and Juice). v.. Aer. I
m.ilies. eph' Guild when the group professors, and exper agern.Music
held its April meeting recently "life on campus' during will be provided by the I I
looted to the morning cota in Fr. Anderson Hall weekend Ada Louise Is the Eldoradoa of St Petersburg
were Mesdames David Officers chosen to serve of Mr. and Mrs. Bert A special extensive Hors d'-
dams Jack Burtora Phyllis with Mrs Schneider duringthe W. Hart Jr., 1250 East oeuvres buffet will be served
and will be awarded for who builds the
arquhar Arthur Lewis, '64-'65 club year are: vice Cannon Drive. prizes
iarlei Ruf la. E. Ruffle president, Mrs. Jerome various activities.
ay LaCerte, Arcel LaCerte Klump corresponding secre- Sp-4 Ronald J. fuller This will include grade seven Better Homes & Gardens
through twelve. will
ruse Kamm James Kamm tars Mrs James Lunney. recording of Mr, Vera C Fuller, Chaperons
be the
adult teen committee
imes Henry, Thomas Zlmlermsn secretary Mr*. C. A. Lake Silver Drive, par of
consisting Chairman and
Howard Goodman Hydron, and treasurer, Mrs in Exercise SPRING. Mrs Richard Daniels, Dr. tJ 1)1.nL.lU.0Yt
esley C Brooks and Mrs. H M. Owen Jr. a two-week command and Mr*. George Kendrlck Mr.
eti ttkko. Mr., Wilbur Barnes. president training exercise with the and Mr*, William Fnns, Mr. \
reminded all temporary U. S. Army in Ger, and Mr* CbarWs' Hetzer, Dr ce.
f ,. Sp Fuller is a clerk in and Mr;. Don' Griffith, Teen / i
29th Transportation Batta Director and Mr*. Jim Mile.
LES Headquarters Detach Reservation should be made
I iWR near Boblmgen. soon as possible Only those
I who make reservation now home ?
Mart Davanl Woman's Society of with or without escorts, will
. Service of Trinity be eligible to attend
Church will meet at
NEW YORK: Chemical _she wad scans, outwardly p.m tomorrow at the
<< lence has found s white caused dry up or become Members will vole re
t substance made with quick- less noticeable'! But don't finances Members are
Rvcr: that works wonders on take my word for It Make n I being reminded of the
wrinkled roughened fa e. 0-day test without rbktag one Training: Day on REASONS WHYBECAUSE
and hand. Use it one time penny Just jet a jar of Pea 8th to be held In the First -
und it I Ia entirely possible you cock's Imperial Crwne at Church of Frostproof
will tel improvement next your neared Eckerd" DrugStore at ten a m,
i rooming In e few day dry- Use this 1hrM'rag BECAUSE
f skin wrinkles start to vanish cream for 8 days_and if you and Mrs T. L. Craig :
Many of the small ones ere not delighted with re children have arrived from
around the eyes end mouth eults. full price will be refunded \ former home in New Jer 1. He instills pride in the Polk County Education system
)! have already disappeared No questions asked and plan to tike up pe.
Out that h not all "Ol* 2. His experience and
1 ) Peacock: s Imperial Creme residence here They knowledge qualifies him for our top
Age' (weathered) brown can work wonders' for wrinkfe purchased a home on
; spots on hand end arms- *, lines, brown sprits and Lake Elbert, school [lob
brown "age" darkness m other weathered blemish.
surface of lace and neck You may obtain Imperial .. Susan Sconyera was 3. His first consideration is for our children

;-. fade nweyf Rich oils lubrlcte Creme for S2.00 plus tax from Sarasota Art School: 4. His
t pore so blackheads ca'.1I from all your Eckrrd DrugStore a weekend visit with her outstanding leadership inspires high morale
slip out without squeezing, *. .. Mr and Mrs Leon 5.
i I Surface pimple and blem pletion Much that he has started needs his guiding hand for com

\ 6. Our schools have made outstanding progress under his administration

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7. He gets things done
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: MPT! 8. He knnows what's best for our children

STATE 9. College His leadership assures the establishment of Polk Junior

( 10. He is fair and impartial in all of his decisions

; 11. He works at all times for all of Polk County

j t 100% Continuous Filament 12. He is an educator not a politician

eeuwI 13. He helps keep capable school people in Polk County

Nylon Carpet 14. education He has a genuine concern for the improvement of quality


Choice of YOUas a taxpayerand

Ili / ra Jla 8 Decorator should be

Colors! $595 parent sure

ONLY that we return


J: SOLID regular$1.00 COLOGNE$2.25 size to n. SHELLEY OS BOONESuperintendent

; available in three

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Trees Are Blooming All Over() Miw Stanfield IN THE INTERNATIONAL DAILY NEWS CHIEr-,

CLASS of the recent spring Monday, May 4. l 1964
"By lose! Those blooming six inches in diameter Unlike- Jr. better known Virginia Is Entertained flower chow. Mr. Jer
tree are it it again," might most Bauhmiss. it does not became haiereeud ta contuiu- Miss Jackie Staafleld wasgssel S amhef> dl plev wd l the Page

well be the rtactioa of tome drop its leaf in the winter A tag thin program.. The aeeda. of hmwr a a lovely bridal lovely Arrangement ait left FLEe I I
Englishman who baa become She u4 eelle lilies. call ----- -
MTV rapid grower this Orien five to her by Cypress Gardena. ahower given recently at
acquainted with one of central lal beauty will attain heightsof were put to can for slot the home of Mr*. W. L. David foliage and short loaf pine
and south nvUa'i moat specucidar forty feet in O. 1 I.y a few months and the planted eon with Mr*. Sue re aa ro in a .........1 container' before INGSWbODIPR0TT.
flowering tree. the short years Seeds are rarely stowed. Lake Howard Inmaa ........ a background. of green
......... Orchid and. velvet This in the
produced on this species and Park MIl many other plarea.Twentyfive white gladioli wet '
Called other colorful names it is propagated almost exclusively ; Hae. Koe* BauMaia were need. to the decorations "CroWl Jewelt" teetion.
such u Mountain EbonyBull' : by air layering or tree: were also purchased and reaea graced the table .: JR
hoof, and Butterfly "mClU lf off" a branch by the BeeutifiraUoa .holding the '-one. gift I'OUIH;.fl. ..4t TRIOLLYWOOII ',+ '
flower HM most commonly In 1MB. Mr and Mrs Richard Committee lest before UMfreew Thom attending. were Mrs STATEItF.PRESENT

med name Orchid tree .1.1 1ludec Pope made a flying trip of December. 1S 2. and dame Billy Jo llama. HaroldMerWHh. , I t'l'l \TI \' F
to tbs AurM' Mruy Ate v" tii "in 11t \
graceful flowers around the world in N days nearly all recovered and are . Greely I Meridith ,
miiileted her fourth v't HI u'
which reeemblo orchid This They were mated to fl.( how now blooming Mary WyreatUck, Rudolph 1I1."r
of Minion H1IK
,a due in part to five pread- many of the countries, Mich The Winter Haven Daily Wyroedkk' Joe Mallory Ethel
ing pettb of" which one I. u Hong Kong. the warm parts New+CMef "his alee bad boxea Dr...,. Barbara WUliford. --- -- --

larger awl uaually I more of China. Bangkok. Thailand, of Bauhiaia Ned to give away John Farmiton. Blha: Und >y. NOTICE -
brightly colored than the oMen New Delhi India and Columbia for two or three year to anyone Leroy Olive. Whilehuret. De
particularly In the case on the island of Ceylon, who would come and get WM StanfteM. W 0 Stanfield. Beginning Wednesday, May 6th
of Bauhinia varegeto This excellent had decorated their streets them. This year Cypress Gar- H E. DeVane Aaron Hire WE WILL H
specimen' it often usedto with the Bauhinia t'HI. and den hopes to have enough Jessie StanfteM, Luther Kitchen
line city street and whenIn even protected them with five teed to give to surrounding Ells StanfwM. James i CLOSED WED. AFTERNOONSi
bloom rivals the beauty of foot high wire braces While counties) in the hope they will Danlal Cecil Barbarbee. J. W
the famous cherry trees of visiting the Teheran In the Join Polk County In making Douglas. John Curtis. Billy
Washington D.C. While it country of Iran, they noticed Central and Southern Floridathe Dix Mine Pat Stanfwld
leans primarily to a pale lav that the most prominent business Orchid Tree Center of the! Gayle Reynolds Joan David. '

ender color. blossoms may be streets and the beautiful World. lOG Patty Curt... Betty Wyroidick. . jjJ ._ ..dOINr i
streaked with varying shades highways from Teheran to the Seed will again be available Judy Undaty Peggy
01 deep purple rose and Shah's summer homes were after June 15th. and Dens Wyroadirk TIUI WINTEI HAVINSpraygrance

white! A variety, Canada, also lined with these tree. --- ---
(sometimes called Bauhinia Horticulturists Paul Rut-

alba) of this species, has pure ter at Cypress Gardens recommend .
white blossoms Both of these planting Banhlnlas

plants bur their showy masses only In full\ sun. Other than Mother's Is
Day Sunday
of bloom in the spring this requirement they need

Other species. with their only a minimum of cultural May 10. Rememberererrone's give mother best
crisp delicately scented flowers attention once they have become best girt on your
in established They delight
range color from royal
her with of the .
purple to red rose pink and In high well drained one
this wide selection of colors land that Is moderately fertile many fine gift Iremt 'P
but will thrive in variety
the Bauhinia offers such a a
wide choice of species that of soils. Although fertl- available at your Eckerd '

some are in bloom at any season Illation Is not wsenUal, applications Drug Stores . .
of the year of a general lawn

A list of the most popularOf and garden fertilizer In the
spring and again In the summer
these would Include the
Rose Orchid tree (Bauhiniatrlaadra 11'11rnult\ In more pre.IIBt
) which blooms in bloom and lush growth.

In the fall, the Pink Orchid Few trees can surpass, or '
the Bauhinlas for profusion
tree (Bahtala monandra) a
bloom attractivenessof
summer bloomer; Snowy
and ease of culture
Orchid tree (Baublnla scumInits -
Winter Haven't beautii-
) blooming from Mayto
cation of Central Avenue and
September; Red Orange
the drive around Lake Elbert
Orchid tree (BsutOnia gal- .
was started some forty fouryears
pint) a vlnlng or sprawling
shrub bearing Poinclana'like ago by Jimmy McFar-
land the trees being donatedby
blooms from
May to November
Ed Cornell of Glen St.
and the fall blooming anAmerican

Bauhinia purple.red purpurea. white with veined Hs Mary ago Nurserlei.the Gardenia Twentyfiveyears Gar GIFT SUGGESTIONS Greetingscard

flowers. den Club of Winter Haven sold
small annuals and gave awaya
Mcst outstanding of all is six month old Bauhinia tree Choose from these World Famous Fragrances
(the Hong Kong Orchid tree with every sale They also on Mother's Day
(Bauhinia blakeana) which planted many of the trees
blooms through ths winter leading off Central Avenue ELIZABETH ARDEN CARON Perfumes

October to May The flowers down Sixth Street, SEt MemoirChori.Sot,6,00. Btllodaia . . . . ,11.00h10.00 III OUt COMPUTE SEKCTION Of GUtTING CARDS
are rich crimson.purple In The City's Beautification Fltun de Rocaille. . 7.50 to 25.00
rotor and measure as much as Chairman Mrs. N. E Miller CHANEl #5

Perfume . . . . . 5.00 to 25.00 CARON Cologne
Nuit d* Noel .2.7SEsllodala
.-- CORDAY Perfumes
, Toujoun Mo! . . 3.SO to 6.50 O Flevrtde ,
,. fame, \. . ."|. . . J.SO ,. e.SO What a 1 lovely 1 Summer-with,
TWEED : ., "
cORd ' I ?
1r < AY pr.yglance rvtiiTToujouri Spray Mitt ,?*. .2.00 cool

; Mol l . . . . . . . 2.50 e> Cologne . . .. .. . .2.00 fragrances by Doroth"y'Gray

Fame . . . . . . . . . . .2.50 Cologne . . .. . .J.SOB

6UERLAINShelimer tK Powder .

. . . . . 7.00 t. 25.00 LANVIN Perfumes

L'HevreIeue" . . . 6.00 to 16.50 Arp.? . to 25.00

FABERGE My Sin . to 17.50 r

Aphrodetia . . . . 5.00 to '.00 LANVIN Traveler

WoodKue to. . . . 5.00 te '.00 Arp.,. . . . . . . . . 2.50
Tigress . . . . . . 5.00 to f.00 My Sin. . . . . . . . . . 2.00

r Flambeau . . . . . 5.00 to 9.00 Crescendo . ii

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KlcSly f..h.4! ..II..r..f! f;.. : Cologne

At ", .,., fi.lh.4! ) I* gill,, wb;,.

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Mfc1 'aft .ulity ...,.1 Cool 1 Touch. Cologne 1 $102 Aerosol I Cologne .

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----- -- JJ ---.I.,. Wr ,lt.. Dusting Powdcr$12J$25fl

I "5" (I. for huhlnla Value. OOQ Delicate floral cologne lo splash on after your bathCooI1ach to
on. of FlorIda' lov.R. blooming to $5.99. keep In your porn or desk for a rrfrethlnf fr |rnct break. Or.

NEW ARRIVALS marvelous new Aerosol l to surround you with White LlUc, June

The Thinking Mr and Mra. Irvtef MtCy huptrtJ Dill,. . Smarter Styltd Bouquet and many other lovely Kenit.
arc the parents of a son born

Voter at 2:21: p.m. yesterday In the
Winter Havtn IloapitaL Tb

Will Re-Elect baby weighed in at eight ...
pounds two and a half ounce -
aa Attorney 1 MAX FACTORS -.

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bane yw saeTWEED I give her

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Meals Yoer choice
BELLJesHco .f Fame,tool and ehU er
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pink for TSIM and soft
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District 4 life Imna Bin shade that are. alt but not timid..a new .Sen r .ee br eM 4.eenae.4 ; a u_.each special

Fur IDf"rm.tloll O. breed of color? New HIM LJne ease decorated. t Lt /7.I N:11l1)AM.IMa. Rv .six eely" 250 plot l us.BaOOinia .
Why An Attorney I* a.w1a e I a w awe.
W... "rr_ 4"AI p with e golden touch complete with llpetick only W wa/.ra.a
Needed 110. Canny HJ..8odft11Jpalick. 110. .
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INGSWOOPI, : Penal Experiment IcaL7 I I ELECT *

ll>ROTT, Jfc Emphasizes Rehabilitation 1'WINTER *1 '

"\J.I EM: Oir (UPi I As the Bquter commented"The boys and buff of the corridor walls HAVENI
\ i mi filth,'I who had beaten here don't like: that kind." results from dye mixed In the
I i .- "-xI-old son to death The "boys" are inmate of cement. "These areas won't
j i I. pii, l SupiiliiUTident Paul J. Oregon's experiment In modern have to be painted for 60 years I BUSINESSMAN
ptnology. Oregon Correctional and that means Me savings" CQ
Institute OCI) No Inmate has yet escaped I
ELECT Squler, a veteran of alraort from within the fences, although -
40 years of prison work four or flee escape each
t rantlnf from ward at Aleatrac year from work details outalde Q Q
to warden of McNeil Wand fed' the prison.
era) prlMti. la the driving force Bquler admits It's still toe
behind the experiment.So early to let meaningful statistic TAX COLLECTOR
far U'. working on "traduates." but of the i II
OCI It declined for first felony first 501 inmates, only 26 pet
offender' cent failed. Eleven per cent

dudes The murderers Inetitutlon'i. IU population, burglars goal la earth Ins rehabilitation. mitted committed new and technical felonies 14 per parole cent com-violations 5.8 \ Stark Ginn f if!

v... Nationally Squier said, be-
tween 85 and (S per cent of

from The 11:20'age.to. 68.of Most prisoners are In ranges tl1f'lrfll' up prisoners back In released prison.on parole end w4aw IM".w.-.i'' I I For 14 Years *1 1a '

I QUILLIAN S. YANCEY Like College Campus Oct Junior has the Chamber ration's of only Com-Inmate "Don't tell me I'm talking to you . I ought to Winter Haven

Nestled at the foot of rolling merce Chapter. There ls a know whom I'm not talking to!" i IJ
hills seven miles east of here, course In public speaking, A
STATE SENATOR the Institution' green-painted Tosstrasstm' Club Is being organized. '- Merchant t tI
I buildings take on a college cam Squler said these extra f *
Ff Stet Swwtor, Nik finny ands Qillllm Vents? pus appearance. activities "give Inmates greater Surgeons Remove Nail *

Sm.ll kslMM*.. -If. a BIG| HEART There are no walls, but the confidence In themselves. Tax Payer I'Civic
prison Is ringed by a double

t I FOR SMALL PEOPLE fence.which unobstructed are Armed floodlighted view towers of the at have fences night.an Would Have to Floating- Around Heart Supporter *j;;

Elect S. Electrically operated double MEMPHIS Tenn. (UPJ)-Le. til the heart healed before trying
QUILLIAN YANCEY gates and doors only I one of D A Trained Administrator I
Get to Jloy Robertson 18, perhaps the to remove the n.il. ,In .
which can be open at a time High about week the boy ,was up t
I first person to walk around a I
Your STATE SENATOR control access to the grounds with a nail f I o a 11 I a f In and and around, waiting for the D] An Experienced Businessman
buildings around his heart, may be able doctors to perform the delicate
Inmates wear khaki wish Steal This Gold operation.In J 0 A Patriotic Citizen'
on May 5th ililrU and neatly pressed pants.A to home return this to week.his Ripley Tenn. f.

matter control center sup.rvl.ea MICHAEL: MORRISON the meantime the nail had I
'4. '.1. Ado.Let's The youofiter was IDA Consecrated Church
the cellblocks eating I'nlted Press International struck by the nail April II been pumped out through the
._ areas, classrooms and vocational pulmonary artery the big artery
TRENTON N. J ''UPI> -The while mowing his lawn was re U 0 A Dedicated Civic Worker
mining units. There are heart
an leading from the to
.., 1.300 ported doing well today at John *
state Of vex i i i"( IH 5
relation unit for discipline and i-quare fret of 24-rarnt' Bold leafworth Gaston Hospital where a teamof the lungs, ',.
Keep A BusinessmanIn an Indoctrination lor new 0 A Devoted Family Man
arrivals. 13.000 reposing out In the surgeons labored six hoursto
The six-hour hide and seek
The Illiterate are required to open guard air In here tight.- and there's notn projectile."catch" and remove' the operation was performed I 0 Member of Winter Haven Chamber of I
attend school with the nail again
Folk's full time. Thursday 1
Delegation The Ita Ie', not worried' about Doctors at the hospital) performed
Commerce and Winter Haven Down-
aI Those qua lined by educational thievery, since the ulttterlnj an exploratory opera dis I C o d gin* '
,ability, behavior and adjustment pile caps the statehouse build- tion about four hours after the town Council
may enter vocational Inn MS one of New Jersey's most accident to determine if there
training clawes. The competi- famous landmark, the Oolden was any internal damage that I I
TilT tion for these classes In keen.Frsrtlcal Dome. might prove fatal to the boy. VOTE FOR

Courses The dome was built In 1889 At first the physicians thoughtthe C
Classroom work and theoryare as port of the replacement' for nail had penetrated he MONROE
a part of the courses which the statehouse front destroyed boy's abdomen.and gone Into STARK F. GINN JR.
Include practical experience In by fire on March 21. 188J. his lung but they later discovered g t
electric appliance, radio and The new front and the old It had tore through the BRANNEN
television typewriter and undamaged part of the statehouse heart ,wall Into the Interior of
I iDlrt engine repair, sign auto gasoline were. connected with the the right ventricle one of the Tax Collector !1
and furniture painting, gas and rotunda 38 feet In diameter heart's pumping stations. :1
Ire welding, bricklaying and which Is topped by the domeIt "It was like a log jammed In Paid r.lHle.l, Ado. by Stark Gila!
I caipentry. offset printing, cook- Is uncertain who ordl'rl'ttthe a river of blood one lurgeonsaid.
In? and bartering. dome to be cold-lea and .,.. ... _. .. .11
I The operation of the shoe who did the original work Work Doctors decided to wait un- '
-hop gives an lnllllhInto on the dome' Itself appears to .

concentrates Bquleri tMiiklngr on construction The shop of hove 1891 It been'was not finished disturbed In April.until ;; _; .;._"";;;; .7"i; ,'r''j''i

Mi corrective footwear, not normal 1953.:
shoe rt pair. Shoe Industry. leaders That year, us part of a uen-
i have advised Bquler that rrnl renovation of the statehouse. 1 R PALMER
new plastic shoes, designed to It eras decided to repute
be discarded rather than repaired the dome which had lost most
soon will be on the mstket.Squler of Its IUlltre.Bld".t'I'e.
doesn't C ,believe In tialn- asked for the work.
I log: :Inmates for wok that won'tbe but alby\ far exceeded tbeIU.OOO
available. appropriation. So state
The Institution accepted Ita workmen, under direction of
:i J first Inmates In May, 1059.Squler NtaiehouM custodian Harry 9.
was on the job In November Walsh undertook the job.
1956, and worked with Entering the dome by way ofa
small attic door outside the
architects on the design. r
rotunda, the men found a copy e f r4Mr
Each cell la small and the
of the Dally True American
ELECT bunk frame Is built In: "I wanted t
dated April 13. 1891 apparentlyleft
to make sure they didn'tsomeday j
by worker
decide to put two Inmates
The Is evidence j
I In each cell. .
the original nold-lcaflng lasted
BEN HILL GRIFFIN Prison With Skylights almost half a century until 1931. ,
The cellblocks and main corridors The dome renovation was begun -
have skylights: "You In 1953 by a state crev.one .
", .won't... skylights In any other steeplejack one professional i
Your State Senator pilson and over the years they artist and an outside firm !
save thousands of dollars In Hastings Gold Leaf Co., to pare
II'hUn, bills." expert advice and prepare the 1
The red coloring In the floors leaf.The
entire surface of the
dome wed scraped with machines H J Jj j
resembling small vacuum ;
cleaners the workers Inventedto I
VOTE FOR enable the state to salvage

0, + almost 1400 worth of'the original -
The outside renovation. Including I -
the copper base, cost
".000 and an additional 17.000 l
r PATGORDON was spent redecorating the In. t
Y side rotunda. Murals were ?
painted by the Ute-JSew Jersey
artist Edward R. Burke for
The dome Is expected to last
25 to 30 years before needing
, another alteration. Thla longevity "Shorty" Pointer and FamilyL.
i: according to the custodial
staff Is due to the gold leaf' beIng N ri Mi: )' t4;: Mr*. ,..lm.,, M,. ,....,, M... Gel! 101.'_
SHERIFFOF Just as practical as ornamental 1.1. 3e oed .. fl.. ", CIooryt Nerved o.d. K...., P.k.ee.I. ,.
Experts say on outside I. mr: Mn. G. W. sensed \4ft..I.) Urry P....*", SIo.. '
weather-exposed areas It Is "."...4. *r.K"1,. '..., Ise.l. J.ff ,..... sad K.nt H.tni... Not
POLK COUNTY superior to most other metalsfor ......; Ritli.r4 Po....., ISM) U. S. .N.." deny
resisting the elements.
At 1(9 feet above the ground
QUALIFICATIONS the dome iI high and shiny
enough to be visible from almost
fit .*. k4 easy Y..* .f sctml ..*.rM! U law ..(.rein*** sad lfu>.it!.atl*. wwk. Fo any direction by which a 'H. Palmer will
.." tlits. /.. yon, w.J. l....ti|.$i... (., I..,... **4 Ui; .,.... .."" M.l.i: s.nr.d to U.S. visitor would enter Trenton. "Shorty" :
C..i. C..fJ 4urt! W.fU War |II|; $.. -.aU4 Fens HI $..k.. .l; Sn4 *i C.*i<.kl. .f she.
Ilk Di.ericlet .!,ht *..'. ..J .i $h. ff .f r.lk C..*ty hens 11) air... .W.r.k, I'''. DyrU. (!ICK: DKCISIOMtWOBURN.
all thus. yon Ft I.s.. *..., nitr..*.J ,....*, .ki ..w.r ik..( .t a, IIIU4 a ,.".e. Pet *.. U.... UPI) e Get the job done all year long, every year.
H4.r.4 Isle 1.4 .l",...i.1 l tr..t", ... t. til. Talk about snap Judgments . C
Continually promote with the of the .
New Integrated circuits: developed cooperation rId.
THE RECORDS SHOW at Sytvanla Electric various news media, the need to be registered \'
Products Inc for use In computers

Pat Gordon saved the T pyeri money while he was Shsriff. H. un save you and guidance systems, e Keep your registration lists up-to-date and readily available.
can make decisions in tin bll-
money again! booths of a second. Work for 'legislation' to permit re-registration oy moil.

Tile N..fJ. l III tho C...., Cm'''iMi.....' .Hie. sd...'" eia.. yearly ...,.|t seal k., M 6nl..
was '1 II1..... T. .. ..*>,.'.' .. a ,..,1, a.*raf. spies ..y .Ioe Pr*.**. Heads' .( "",106.67. r it g'' Work to have voting age lowered to 18 years of age

Fer. full four yes'Urm ."i..iII .... .41'.f ",111,160.00.A t Be a DLL-Time Supervisor of Registration

VOTE FOR PAT GORDONIS INGSWOOP I Not use the office for "political"' purposes.

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AGAINST ORGANIZED CRIME 1. :Supervisor if: :RegistrationIf' '

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fconday,, May 4, 1964

l.nor Society ''rLMN .. Interact Club Holds( Meeting ELECTEDWARD

Th regular meeting of theeInter on May', and Stare Frailer
fates Dinner Haven High School Inter* and Gil Groan to fMeod on May
art Club was held teat Fridayin 14. C. FLOODYour
Room 19 during the regular
|The Winter Haven High activity day. The tr t.Mr r report was
hool National Honor Socie In committee reports JeffMcMblwn gloss by... .......r.
FuN-Time' State
will hold a buffet dinner b) r general Chairman 01 The saeettnf sea preatdmj Attorney
t tL tr
rrow night in honor of the 11' th,' recent CalendarGlrliaaoe, over by Mike AMarman .
prcsi.SHOP C riaa. .. .
laden i. ? MI Law fntUtt to
ultmcmbcri. t rpoitMi 1 the dance had been deIIt. vat. ttt, lull/ .Ir n. nd .n.rtlaa : (ft* *vtl.. tf MaM
a Success and (leaked all of Altwmy.
special program "Brain NsAP thai who had assisted with Ike
awls." pitting wit against plans Hn Iso advtaod that. note* IN VtBftWt HAVEN H. M. Ada.
will be presented of appreciation hadtjea*written
n" parents and roetnbora Of the
few officer will also be an, ; :
fa<-uli I) who assisted with theitalic
need at the meeting which

L be held u the high school >, Pon i v kponaor Ralph ELECT JACK TURNERYour
letcru beginning at ( p.m n h.> 'mi son appointed Robert
i j inhai and Deanla Fraaer to
"" a"" > nd the Rotary Club meeting STATE REPRESENTATIVE, Croup 9
'I.ri/E'i'; :/ , II "'

k, , : ;: ... Ta Cent. I* er*tit yaur hard Irate tea collar ky not
vattag far any unaaaaa.ry flaw tiara.
: .J.N.G ,JJ.QQQS'
: 1 1Day
Kwa Hamaataa I. mm ion an ._ cad not try to UkII .
( ) : away here ya.. .. hat nun b'.' In tha Net.
'ltO"\.J".R.:; T. .."... the fat II..'.... tn lute ana truck tai, Dai it ,
'. ; .. : snake 01.... la yes to ply IM far a Ire ..... ma ear "r '
week I I. eely wale tact
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LEGISLATIVE CANDIDATES KingtwoooT Sprott Jr., left, end Wallace Storey
:.1./0'... "..' #( ,.1..c.' .'1 1 iwap cards at Saturdays rally In' Bartow REPRESENT YOU .

paddock Vote For
Can't Monkey pundit on Saturdays Kentucky
Derby t
Around With "Shoemaker did not start MATTOX
lOOn enough. If he had gone JACK TURNER
City Hall with Hartack on the back U ,.1. AV i
stretch he would have "
won it. /1, ht!. A V,
MIAMI (UPI) You can't
fight City Hall and you can't
f REELECTED monkey around with it, either

Mr and Mrs Richard Fowler

bought a pair of woolly monkeys ONLY ISSUEIs
/ and built a $450 specially The
heated house for them after
checking with City Hall at Biscayne .
Park near here. But when
the monkeys were installed in
their outdoor cage the city gave
CONSTABLE the Fowlers 10 days to get rid

5; 5Frev.n District 3 of them. GOOD GOVERNMENT

They asked if there was any
qualifiaf by parfarianca law against monkeys and wa
In Skis offlcalDISTKICT told them no," said Mayor J.
W Rehfleld "But w< didn't
a VOTI ONLY know they were going to start
an outdoor too The neighbors
TM. aria h.clud.a, '''..0' (.ut.'.. city I""".), Aubu"" ..'., are complaining and we got In Polk County
." oI. II'1 Village. Oartew and Laka Wai. ti. '.1. AJv that ordinances" against things like

e poue COUNTY'S RECORD .! prairaat wads the present C...., Caa a.la.
ataaara .lea na.ar ...,.,.. ..... equaJI.*.

Polk Editors I,.. a ._ ar ., lib C*.aly ... ..laa and aa Ita ....Ir_. far a year, Las
County C Daises lie bid a UaJUg part la lib' ,...n. ., ,r.|,..* and |**J | war._.l.L .

*.k al eke rardi

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h. Atl-OF ROADS La. D aa> halp4 rrfaaila* .a ,a 4 lk Ca lr> *
.' ..., HEM "' ;':J I M : t.. prices. RaaU are aw kUa baits the Waala al a4a .! li..nat)4Clll
'ikl.,. ka rlia a4 *f ll..e.f sigh ef way tn state r****. Talk'. ratd NNre aaUlaJ.
: saw rraalaally '".000.000. ., 1 JrJ '

Endorse Aldine CombeePolk HOSPITALS AND HEALTH-W .. Lee D...*. b.**.. a C*..ly ...la.
.a..., tine. pure all, Ik* Plk. C/ Mapllal wee *. Ike. urge .f hug alaaaJ.Tdf .
U la foully .,1411" ky ...." *! .....1.11..., aad I. .,.ralad .fnUatly aid
.t' *.minUally i., Ik.. k...rit .f P.... C...., .1'1.....

Democrat x. 1*> Tk Rkr H... .... ....* .._.1..4 far Its *|U|| *. late>. *.,.. la leis*
County (Bartow) ...i...... aaj .kal..rlal whet and ...11..,..'a ward fca.. I**. ..,."II.a..41 a aaa>,..
kllk. ,...r.. ..*. ka.. *..*... N.. ....JI.. asters Isis ka klll al PrealprMl
"Comb. . as senior' member of the commission' . steadying end A.W r.4.l*.
'Influence on newer members.

GOOD BUSINESS-PaU C_..,'. ...* ..*iil la sew a ....1 al .fII.....' aid
.s>-l-1al* a>r.aaJ.raa far FI*.U*.

A acajlral earak*>lf a1aa.rta *al ..... lk*..*... ., ..II....

Winter Haven News-Chief Les W. Dunson A* _er.'. Uvaatwry la .."l ie all aamaly .*j.laaal a1 Pr*,arly.

". . Mtstandls)9' work OH our w.n.,.. County Commlstloai . ." Aa alalr*.la dale a>r.*aaal.g .,.,.. ...... all ..*.It.. ef **.*lf |***ra....
and aa lk...**.. al dillies *a>d ...."... k .ra.Tk .

L. W (La) DUNSON .loe.*. ky tloe.hl. ..mmUtUu llaae 1 loch. da.alli ar* ... awarded aa a bid leak earaiag .*
.... .l fall C..aly t. npr*...l Dia addlllaai 110,000 .***.... ,
Lakeland Ledger .. tH C..t C... ... lisp ..... .. ui:... "
trial I F Falk's **..<*kla aod ,.. ..** el the ,*..* are .i.. ... ,
U .d>J.t. far pe-.la lwa.D .
Lake Wales Highlander rises .af...**a la a SO aa y.re aJ4, aid .... ..... N.. parse, aid _e**tli. ..... ka.. he *..* II.r.... '

a ,..1..., .f r.la Cmtr .Iae. 1032. A f.lHU& >*lraa* aarrla' effla .1.).. f.lk'a ,.t.,..., |...1, faaalllaa, aad heir
Mulberry Press H. ill loe.. a fara a r, ....a.r led a.m.....
.ilr.. (r..ar. n. welfare d.,artaaail kaa ba r..,.........

". . vtttran commlstloMr' with eight<< years tiprlenct . Hit" With hia a.. and ....lUw, be ... .,...r.. T". ja.*alt. aa.rl aad beat* fare baa Radrlad.TAXES .
aUa a S'.'. .rii aid a allr.. |rawead
stable yet |"..,rtldy.l ttlhide .has beea of real value to this' yooita ay the. lkr. ...
body of commlsslontn.' MarrU4 >Ua. ItlS Ik. Dn.... lace -Tkla lte>*a>d*e. fnfnm af .ar U* I. lk* dtl..l Pill. c....,
a a.., L. W. D...... J... an4 a ....(..1.r, baa le.rieglt akMl Ikr* |k efflaUel. a Mra. Cae,.. TI....okili. an4 lire ,..*- baa ...*.. NO la.raa. la ....ly .....
tkiMraai." AH tics I. WI.,., Ha.a.. OB Ik. a*rrary, Foil. CeaanUa<.*.ri Ikla pies yaar war ells le brief ak*.l a
Auburndale Star TAX CUT lr ,...arly waara. >H.
Lea D..... fist .a,..*. a>nkllrrba
.k.a ... ... aJa.la4 .. Ik* Wl.lar \ .
Winter Haven Herald H.... City C*.. .. *. I* I.... H. wa WHEN YOU ELECTED Lie P..... C...ly Caaaa.UaU.ar, k* aaad* tN Ikla(4ad
Maya ., Wiailar Ha.a. ,., f*.r ,...., .ai
Halnes City Herald raaifaUf U are n tie Ceealy C. The ka wield. ....* yen ,"IeI.I,, ,k.a>aally, aid will Ulf rhy.Tkia .

aaiaaWai. k has 4...
". . should be returned .. the basis t of food ........1 practice .be *
He U a ........ Skrlawr, Elk Dlral**
has .helped to lade !I. coetsityrboai ...tr1IIIIHt. .f the FUrU Cllr.a Lap..itbe, M*.a*,
U.., aid m.mr .( tie. FM.1 Baptist
Clank if Wi.... If...*,
Continue The Proven RecordOf

Lake Wales News H. _.1..l WUUr IU.*e.'. Ci
Ga.araaMa>l Award !. I IT.LM .

". present commissioners . most progressive' .group . .. more DaauM ka4 ,!... and will *MMUBM
efficiency' end . ore foctsInsfeod .. gin r.>k Cawalf Ik. k* .l.l .1 Good Government
decodes. ,
four Economy progress
kl* /.. --, llna. *... _......t ..e.pick. .
of (last words.- ..* ii a rVLUTIME BASIS aaly a
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Fort Meade Leader ,.-4...

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Frostproof News ". . -:: .....
1- Y 1,.." DM Re ELECT
". . e streoo port of the present effective cowry commtssloo coU":rt t1 ...

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,.. Cos.ty" c>Io ; .
of .
Proven Dedication to rbo fees* froyess .-' ...rU. .

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"' Toarr vole loal.r .sv tnH Iteppredattd. L trl- "I., COUNTY COMMISSIONER

lit"y ." DISTRICTS

fO. POL ADI I Paid Fey from Campaiqa Fandi ef L. W. I.L.." Deans

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Monday, M. 4, 1964INGSWOOD

I1 I--- Marine Pilot / f Bryant Bitter BE IN "EAHNESr WITH TOOT 70ft n

Dies In Crash t .H MIAMI (UPI! Gov Farris ELECT
Bryant Hid oa a Miami taUvl
1; MILLIARD (UPI-A Ma** '-1 atM otaUoe (WLBW) Juaday a "BinrDIXOISJ
M plot died wk he WMdreed night ht was ",UIl bitter" be.
to ball evt of I Ml AiCj cause former Gov LeRoy Col
}j i in a thunder atom that lint salaried. Bryant's opponentIn
ipparently tore .heist in Mli the 1MO gubernatorial race
imchute i' Navy officials aiM FORt
Bryant Mid "I made up my
STATE s imlay mind at that time I was not t Clerk of Circuit Court
The I body of Reserve Caatihimait .
REPRESENTATIVE Hernaeki of SatelliteJkarh going to intercede in the next I 'LiMI HONHT.
I flection The governor shouldn't C DEDICATED rUHIC SHVteiTUCHMI
II was found in a patch I of
I ; use his position to influence ttunnmon DEMOCRAT CHRHTIAN
II woods east of here. r (Pd. P.1. Adv.t -
of the people
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a The only candidate with working knowledge

i a 12 years octal experience
e Proven administrative ability
a Honest, Efficient and Progressive

... a Endorsed by Newspapers, Business, Citizens

a Polk County resident 2$ years

FROSTPROOF MAYOR John Maxcy, left gets I card, handihake end politi.! a Florida Start chairman of International
cal pitch from County Commissioner Aldin. Comb.. at the Bartow rally Association of Assossinq Officers


The Anti-Poverty Bill HOLLYWOOD (UPI> ELECT
Sinter Johnny Mathis hoe recorded -

How long should>
the Roman Empire F.101 1 Political Adv.
School Board memberbe Undergo ChangesWASHINGTON

allowed to serve? (UPI) -Pre But Chairman Adam Clayton
!Went Jobnaon'i $962 million Powell, D.N.Y and other Democratic )ffff )f
anti bill
poverty apparentlywill members flatly deny
undergo drastic reshaping this, Powell says a new bill for
Only os long os He con get things don. before it I Ii sent to the House the full committee will be
floor sometime till month. ready by the end of next week;
Once a School Board member reaches the Democratic: members of the other Democrats are less opti!. The To Effective
point where ho Is unable to get cooperation and Home Education and Labor mlatlc But all members of the Key
Committee are at work tryingto majority party on the commit.
support from other Board members, ho becomes rewrite sections of the tee appear confident they will I I I
ineffective. sweeping "war on poverty" come up with a bill that will
legislation sent to Congress sly pus, law Enforcement-
i This Is now the situation In District. weeks ago MNIr
'. The original bill was designedto Camera Clubs
aid youth through a job
DICK IRUMIAUGH con get things done corps and work study and Will MeetIn i s-
for District and all of Polk County by training programs, to finance Re-Elect
presenting his viewpoints intelligently and rea local anti poverty projects; to LakelandMembers ? / ,
establish a domestic Peace
sonably. And, by gaining necessary cooperation Corps, and to provide new as. LNev
and support from the other members of the alatance to small businessmen of 30 Florida
camera clubs will be poking
Board. and farmer.
their lenses Into Polk County MONROE
The final version Is expectedto
May 15.17 at the snnual meeting
be aimed st the same goals,
of the Florida Camera Club
Let's although there Is some question ,
Council LakeUnd'a modern
get our about the farm and small business will be
Civic Center complex
11 The other main
headquarters for tb.'Weekendotphotocraphle

School tighter differences rules probably for administration will be Guest speakers activity.for the event BRANNEN

Board of antl poverty aid and IOmeill include Jsmes E.: M.MllllonJr.of .
, :
w )mall additions riot sought by; filnghamton, N' Y., manager
the President of camera club services for the
moving with . For example, Johnson asked ANSCO Company; Dade Thorn- As
that the job corps be limited to ton of Miami, nationally known -
men aged It to 21. It now appears wildlife photographer sndprei- :
that young women also wildlife photographer snd president j
BRUMBAUGH will) be made eligible Serious of Miami's Tropical Aud- SHERIFF
consideration Is being given ubon society; and many other YOUR
also to addition of an adult well- recognized expert In ,
literacy training section and a photography according to Gordon
new program to help unskilled D, Cook Jr., general!chairman \
LL I'VI widows who ire too young to of the event and president i
Member leard el UUKUU6IAM \ qualify for Social Security retirement of the Lakeland Camera Club,

*..11.!) lintrwctie Republican benefits members of host Participation club In the event at The Standards And Policies Of Monroe Brannen

DM e Lakeland Is open to anyone Interested -
*.* T, the committee, who have been
UO.B. critical of the President's bill In photography, according And His Record Makes Him
IVo* for 0..1) dI from the start, have declared to Col. FayeMe) G. Hall Best QualifiedHere
that the Democratic effort to of St. Petersburg Peach, president
of the Florida Camera
rewrite the bill was a sure sign
? enl' .t Club Council
that the measure was about to
expire, The Convention Bureau of is a condensation of the
many, many
Lakeland will assist In making

arrangements vital issues in the current race for Sheriff:

NEW YORK 'UP!) George
Fully Abbott* current aeaicnmrat. as

dliti toi' of the foithcomlnf Bronnen'i record speaks for Itself four years 1.._, and IHklwMf In the operation of the Sher.ilr. .
Bi is< "musical. Fade OutFsdc ago, the people of Polk County elected Monroe Bronnen
asShrift office, Monroe Planners hoi compltttly fulfilled his pledge
In' Involves him In his kf a brie meiry on hit pledge to provide the county
f 104th show since he began his with, better low enforcement . his . "intpwtfal . efficient mode four yeori ono, Hn bgisadi4. .....rl.4i of ih
caret i in 1913 as an actor In and .c..Ic.1 l !.. enforcement . The rcord peaks Sheriffs office hoi resulted In eons,f tile ease t., <_ .kes.dI.d .
The MUleadim Lad:' tie has for itie'f'! Monroe Brannen hoi llvtd up to his' pledge In , dtipite rS* tremendous increase: In population In ere
diitctid (3 of the 104 produc very sons ot the word to provide Polk County-orith, were effective county and corresponding IncrtaM: In the work load! .
Accredited tion' produced many of them few .enforcement. Monroe Boo"". ,,', record speaks for itself!

n and wiitten several


v yeort ago, Monroe Bronnen pledged that he woulo Mono """,",,, '. term el Sheriff, f.N and _
operate the Sheriff office on a 24-kwjr *ask! day. e flU CM,t>etl.4i hat enitted between .. low ..r.r.t nntnext
... throughout nSe -Pedml., end ,
the county ite rthere
week to provide people of Polk County with lesser. mr
hot been no bickering no .rtotounes the
petty to hontprr
... L W "..IS" DUNSON effective Uw enforcement . Again the record specks for riff opprehenion. of crkninoli . no "headline hunting" to
ititlf. . Monroe Brawn has !lived up to that pledge andOS hamper |IUlte. The record of Monroe Brannen to clear and
',. O result, f reete* ,_....... .l erlmmolt. tare keen kref speaks for Itself' resulting In better and more efficient law enforcement
Four years ego, the Polk County Hespltal at Bartow was on the verge of .,aX N Jmt.ct than ever before in the hutory of this' count.,' for all Pelts County1!

closing ,

One of the pledges made by L W. I Ile.1 I Dumon was that I' a County

Commissioner, he would work for the establishment .f en Advisory Committeefor Monr *: Bronnen hoi shown true 1ce4...fclf and .folftfetrallve -
the Hospital, and for its improvement.This W.tr in the operation of the Sheriff oH.ceHKMM . .
and ciiiimlte.l practice hove reiulted in a neeeoable
carried An Committee composed and MMikl b.4e,e which hot ..*... the t..,.r.n off
has been out fully. Advisory
pledge eI .. .
lk Cmmy nhenesds" dean e year Monroe ironneni -
physicians hospital administrators end laymen now serves to maintain the record of >M..nkl- end tmiktnttt obilily early
high standards of the Hospital makes him the base 411..11..... to t*.Mw. ot SlMffHt r

Polk County Hospital Is now FULLY ACCREDITED I f

The people of Polk County . Our Families
Polk County Hospital has been modernised end expanded. te serve the
people of this County and Our Children . Deserve the Most

Polk County Hospital has lust recently been cited by the American Ho. 1 / Effective Law Enforcement possible . .

pital Association and the National Safety Council for a PERFECT SAFETY REC. law 0.- eni Psisp.d.l Your Vote and Support May 5th Will be

F ORD. ......... N BRANNEN Appreciated,"

These accomplishments, these high standards have been made possible by U. L Afttnwt Sincerely

the understanding of problems the efficiency, and the leadership of our County M y..n el lies end ,

Commissioners. hg...."ve Pew ...... SHERIFF ;r /J.IuuuuuL

LES DUNSON has carried out his pledge to raise the standards of Polk Ch4 ,, ... .....
Count Hospital. We endorse him for reelection to another term as County .......... IgsrLsMs SHERIFF

ssioner.MEMIERS.. ,
New knvlnu. w tOl.be..e.F



I j. E. GRIFFIN MELVIN J. ARNOLD MRS. W. P. TOMASELLO :'',I,.jP..&tadf.nhip''f."f.J. ,I. .(ff4rcf PrOr-"-. * * * *

pw iewwlllll .r.


later 1M thai only IS per cent
i U. S Seeks of iminaaUM operating I in Cuba .
in UM still were usable
1. U S. oflkUte coawtder the Cuban -

lit f : !1'tJ[ End To Aid all Phut other railroad**ioduetrioa Bald Industry the in Cuba vital United to eweIrr BUDGETACCOUNTS Itp' Specials

Stator bee .been stepping up tin
Sales To Cuba cam*.l*. to tiacourag Aped amiLAYAWAYS
countries troni trading. in such
i ii WASHINGTON (UPI!) The item with Cub. He said thiai
Stale DtptrtIMet U "Intensifying i being. don through diplomat
efforts to dtoanade the Unn ><' consultation and public
ed Sta...' Kw BMai Allies from "I h,rebel h" h ad .. ate..end .
-.. sellls critical pads to Cuba t..., end ewnday. .
particularly Lase tiv.a which Tee d.y ,.ke'
are badly Deeded In I Cuba's let'iKeepMONROE r.enet.-Fm. e n.h1N.ppele.h /
UaMportttieo ta4utryPertMee
report that
French b *te **..o might tell 1 Et Diamond Bridal
locomotive' to Cuba prompted
a State Department spokesman Set

to say Friday that the United BRANNEN I 11 ...Ja1..1. IQQ00!
n' ;:
States was "oppoaed" to any "
Vote for Ve1it -', 170.1
such deal tllf N 0.1
Department p r e 11 officer
Richard: I. Phillip* said locomotive SHERIFF 11 Ct. Diamond Ring
George Ke MillerYour i would be critical to the ,
I IK Cuban economy He saw ofHctat .I.flM .,rn1",1' M: 9700
Otbaa sources estimate) la .HI, 1711


The Job: BAND

Tax Collector Collecting Yeses and Accounting for Same . '

The Choice
SELLS HOTEL Powell Ott, second from left and Mrs. Ott, left recently told : "
Successful, Businessman the Wit-Flo Hotel which It located at 435 W Central Ave. Making the purchaie wit A. Distributor Citrus, Cattleman / *

e Experienced Administrator Mr. and Mrs Eikell Ball right, formerly of Ohio. The Ott't had owned the historic 1. Merchant j 'I
hotel for 12 yean.
e Marri.d, 4 Children a Navy Veteran
children and they now plan to

e Member St. David's Episcopal Church Wis-Flo HotelIs their stay in children Winter la Haven.In kinder One of Miss Turnpike C. Accountant yrs. $

e M.mb.r, American Legion, Elks, Moot girten, two are In Brigham Group Names experienceD.
and one I* a sophomore in
e Put State Vic-Pre ident -Jayceei Winter Haven Nigh Matlox lullder, Realtor
Bought By
., .
Past Pr..., Polk County Builders Assoc.e E. Deputy Collector-5 yn. under retiring collectorIt Pw seas 110, "n.p1111nN1 i...- ....will....
: I* Ml Mrtlul'rMr
WILDWOOD (tp.clal) ... .. ...
Crusade Ne a
Active in Heart Fund Cancer e.N wl
Ray Maltox, .l> .** knllMM* I4.
oth.r fund drive New Residents Ku Klux Klan Winter Haven,baa been appointed ..M Nt6.eEaghslaitely
a member of the executive Is Only Good Business To Hire
Preiident Polk Federation
County 99"Ye.
committee to (tare a MlaaFloi
. . .
The WI.-Flo Hotel, located Ida Turnpike Pageant here Applicant C A Trained Man! It
Out In
ow thot it's time to elect our fittt new Tox Col at 631 West Central Ave, baa OpenIn at Rainforest this aummer The
recently been old by Mr. and announcement wee made today Is Good Economy To Hire Applicant '/. Ct. Diamond Ring
[fetor In 24 years elect GEORGE K. MILLER for a Mr*. Powell Ott after an owner by C. L. (Zip)Starnes, pageant '. .111., .. .......
l hip of 12 years.Purchasing coordinator. An Experienced Man I or ..,..... ,,_u... 4911
rash, new, businets-like approach to reducing costs the hotel, which Louisiana Maltox will serve with State :.alnN.InL, "' .

1* the Tn Collector1 office. ." has become landmark In Win- Sen. Jam. E, (Nick) Connor,
"nBBBBBBgBmillllMllllliilllillllil I IIIIIIIMIIII ter Haven, were Mr. and Mr*. who la president of the Senate
ElkeU E. Ball, new residents DEN11AM SPRINGS U. State Rep. E. C. Powell, who
Vote for new efficiency and economy In In Winter Haven, having moved (UPI!) Louisiana' Ku Klux I* speaker of the house, and
here two and one half week Municipal Judge C. JohnConlg-
ago Klan out in the open lilt ,
the Tax Collector's office . from Youngstown, Otilo. weekend with an old-etyle meeting llo.Rowelt ELECT .,
The historic hotel recommended Mattox
wit built almost In the shadow of the
In the early boom years of Win as a good public relation officer irCOOPER
date capitol.
ter Haven by Mr. and Mrs klantmeo gatheredhere with a background of vilu- Charles L.
J. T. Keefe, who operated It About 300 the able experience In the field tar
the meeting -
and other hotel. Since that time
I. TAXCOLUCTOR It has changed hand severaltimes most open In the ,roup'. recent wl
revival In the aisle The Klan
The Ott purchased It In 1952. applied In advance for a permit Permits Down
ire vial Mr. and Mr*. Ball came from to hold the rally and Den- .
_:::::;;--: Ohio with four of their six ham Spring police were on At Lake Alfred Tax Collector ,
hand to direct traffic M IJ

Denkan. Spring to about 12 Construction permit totaling IAJKICANT'CI k
Issued In, Lake Alfred
T east of Baton Rouge A $11,415 were
Vote for la April, according to COSTUMEJEWELRY
Baton Rouge television news from George Glemer, building In- Meet 9uolifld. a rV fa1* let, InrtmtH '
mm was beaten not far
the month
During eame
here recently when he tried to a factor.year ago permit totaled lull.- '.1 Ae*.
fUm a meeting believed to bea
PROGRESS Ill ..,; duM <>...rte e .WM.,.
Klan gathering Vkl'O **4vi" m it.*
I .. .
At lilt weekend'i meeting, a e
hooded klansmen lashed out at pass84c"4.<< '
INTEGRITY Protestant ministers and said
Cod was the original segregator. If you believe in fairness
because he discriminated between

ABILITY and justice for all. CRUEN WATCH
He laid toda,'* ministers .
have deviated from the Bible I' p.l.cal
r haw MN
In favor of ,
'JS- psychology philosophy 1,11,
and sociology II. **ld the

Years Administrative only"the kind brotherhood of brotherhood of man of was the 2. IAHOHD WATCHladles'

Klan, which U composed of -- ..
= ,.
ExperienceIn good, whit Chrlatlan" i iIIIv iN ii:.: N iF 25JINN

Government Before the meeting started
the master of ceremoalei:
warned member to leave their
weapon In their cars and to IIIv Walthim,
keep their hood on. Many, Helbros Gruen <4 flJ
CHECK THE RECORD however made no secret of 1 t. ,
their identity and one group y"r s ,Ir.,Le.M. ....,.MNt- ". .
drove to the meeting In a I..N -....,. mt"
_....... ...MI'-
Washington Parish school bus. NNA._ r.MNn

Newsmen were allowed to attend 7Sfe
17 ;
the meeting but picture 4.0011s5
were forbidden. Afterwards
HAYDON BURNS Ca.te.' ndkiste CandIMM Candidate! Cs.aldet' KUa member handed out po- F
A' : B "C.
larold tnaptboti.

eontinuottieiwutlv Now bream Nose I,.
Executive ran
experience U.d..r.hl' put4hn. n. ..
In public office Two British

Administration of ..im.UyHu Now New' N.. N. .
fa thill11 ,ean Gl's BeheadedADEN -
public tax dollar "
M'V (UPl)-Tbe government .,
Supervision of department dir..e.d 40f Now "4..eN.e.' N :
ewe 4400 gmtrmvr -..rChysttiwa .-: ef this BrIUIbprvtectorb
*A employees ..slat emplay.ee .f M ate today confirmed report /
pia. that the head of two British

Road! building 100 .UUo. ). N_ N_ N_ N soldiers killed In a border ikirmlih .
: eaesUdits were paraded through the r6.TRANSISTOR
capital neighboring Yemen.

Industrial Development PtmoW elllad.. Pert-tiwe N_ Now N Interior Minister Sbarf Hus- RADIO
mt'p a brlads r.exry _._ ..... IN
Mia Bin Ah men said the report
/ .... ,.
seer ala bulls dett.m C.., ..1 u.rM
MW Mmtry' A aoe rf the beheading and subM- ....,II.... ... 6 .
> u rwAuTOT rect.quell display' In Tail was nor . .. fcBv Tot will vefe let sac lMrtb.d and tether, CUri. Stew, re- -

.... Morrow fw Clerk. rk. Clrtulf C. rt, W. were *xe.d of kU, de.llM" Nofflct. Hen's 1 ladies'
Capita] Improvements IM mUH. .hiC. Nw 1'1' Nw Ner He said the guerrlBa ambushed .
eapiw. ........... a British patrol bi seek p Ue We ere fr..4 thee k. Ud the. .11 t. find eat, wd r*. WALLETSonday

rat.4aUonai Mountainous' border country ...... h M yen, rext* abet KM. CUHk'i" dike HM b... asset before
Pnddlar .ff1Nr Now N. Nw Nw N.ee Friday,
.. .. ..f May be.. b .1 to the psbik.lee .
Committees art: Mr ABMTWS Britain has sent ta troop ,..
MMiirl J AM*.. taforcemenu. and UM British 1 rfol
.A...her. Creweinternatlonal Civil o.t. military command alUlOllltfed we rt aflwo
Ness .:.. Stoes .... N_ hntfay night that as efieaafve Urn la *H effort r. *te...... Mt re"wt.tU end his. ele. lilt' Mek+pJ pin be launc 4 against thereaesibaad
Relattens 'aIeaUM a.rie c....ei.t.rAnN. foerrUIaa. ere *0i."....fed. ilea (M.y people .Bpe. wBOnf t. believe. tke went wfrkMT -

Tmd.C1..N ....l tether then hoop M *,.. mind, wad. k* f.I lr.

W. WI grad to stead. .p aW. fc* crated for bins . We eab 'M ,. d. ...

.... gee yen f. r. rW *..* tieirrw, HII :.

Vote for r e

HAYDONBURNS Murk INN, Ire... Mary Icily.eedCkrk 990 248

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FOR HI" :.a

188 1.397
D.mocratlc Canclldal- For Oownor

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Pogo Sixteen ____. .__ WINTER __ and responsibly to the demand'
then the
of mental lltoesa. carr .
of mental health I II made on him by his fellows an..
SeenIn dinal sign form relationship actively engages in transac I
Break-Through the capacity to
Harlots b health* with a person others responds In mental freely Dons more with close them relationships Ke enjoy. onoor

Report SalesA r Mental HealthBy IilnhIkriI.;

total ot 8,64 cattle and DBL08 SMITH word alWMtioB," he said i .
calves, 1,901 hogs and pigs, : ? tY url Science MH* "Wb e be Is ill, the patient i H -F.' ciiirtesfHCHAN&I
8 tors**, Mid 10 aceta were NEW YORK (UPD-The OM estranged, detached and with NATIONAL UNit Mtmfctr JUD.tff.:
old at 16 Florida livestock formally constituted professorof drawn. He I* solitary and seeks
auction markets during the past mental health In the world solitude He feels that he is on
weN, according to W. 0 Whit. foresees s day when every educated his own. and feat he no longer For BUILDING MATERIALS CaB CY 3-313
Ua, chief of Florida State person will be for practical belongs to any family or community .
Farmars' Markets. purposes a psychiatrist He is egocentric and
Gross receipt amounted to Dr D. Russell Davis bead! cannot associate himself with
I $40 ,4M.n from IS markets the prediction upon what he others or espouse any cause &
: Individual market summar- considered ofcviouc need a He breaks alt transactions with
I lee fellow: need for "first aid post a* I
and ceases to cooperateand Rifle:
Arcadia, 644 cattle andcalve near a* possible to the frontline to communkatn Bagwell Building Supply :'?
of life.
every day "If alienation is the essence
Glades, Bell Glade J7G cattle That's the line where people
and calves. break down mentally If persons -
Bonlfay tale 11 cattle and killed in recognizing and
doing something about It were
close at hand most of the
casualties" could be returnedto
that front line quicklyIt
worked out that way in
World War!!. Davis reminded
Battle-line psychiatric casualties LaCTe
r treated at once and closeto
the front mostly returned o 4tlo I/Vallac/ Le stony
duty promptly Those who were STAB REPRESENTATIVE
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sent to distant hospitals were ttitu c.way-or..p s
GUESS WHO WE'RE FOR (Catherine Harris, Laura Grace Alexander, Walt much less likely ever to returnto .Iatoctanc p5IMAR,
Harris and David Alexander campaigning at Bartow rally for Grnd>.*>. active duty. The delay in
treatment permitted their
calvea, 162 hog and pigs), 3 Gainesville, 5(9 cattle and NEW YORK UPI> This lathe breakdowns "to become estab-!
goat calve fifth season for Freedom- tithed and to harden"
Interstate, Seftner, 550 cattle land the entertainment center He described what he considered
itltiidledAiia and calve In the Bronx, Weekend operations the essence of both mental -
Jay State 96 cattle and started May 16. and the Illness and mental health in
BALDWIN calves, 210 hog and pigs, '7fOlt. amusement park will be open a recent lecture
*. daily June 20 through September "The essence of mental illness -
Klsslmmee, 269 cattle and may be summed up in one P.N lolitisal Adr.rtiutnnt
.... calve
Cattlemen's Laktland, 410
'.'I''f ; Grande, Consoles, cattle and calves.

> \.... Spinets, Studios Suwannee Valley, Live Oak,
142 cattle and calves, S31 hog

FREE GROUP ORGAN LESSONS and Monticello pig. 123 cattle and RE-ELECT and KEEP

Each Tuesday Night, 7:30 P.M. calves, C01 hog and pigs.
Mill, Ocala, 441 cattle and
LONNELL INC. calve, 360 hog and pig*. ,
Okeecbobee 1,808 cattle and
500 S. Florida Ave MU 1.3191 B horses.
Mid-Florida, Orlando 27S
Orsn MS* Plan "...,.srUft fir ,.11e beefy cattle and calves, 13 hogs and rd GLEN DARTY '
I pig*. 1
Cattlemen', Tampa,432 cattle -
and calve
Hardee County, Wauchula,
264 cattle and calves. I
Sumter County, Webster, 104
cattle and calves.
WtTHCINN Your State Attorney ;

Air Pollution I

Hearing Set I

In LakelandA

hearing scheduled by (the EXPERIENCED QUALIFIED AGGRESSIVE -
Florida Air Pollution Control
Commission will be held on Fri-
day, May 29, at I p.m. in the '
:. ') <" i n > t
auditorium of the Florida Citrus j
MnhiSt BUUdlnr latttcUn&;: .r. ,.* erf* fcw I IlraiM ..
1 p The hearing was opened>> on THE MAN-- ....... t to .
April 10 and continued. Due to ...,. ,,' "
other business the commissionwill
be unable to reconvene
29. :: i
until May CUn Derl a tally. *f P.Ik CMty. haa M.. Stale During kit final year !I. Law Sckal, Dariy WM .l....
At .ray .f the Teeth Judicial Circuit since! 1159. Jasti..f the Paaca !District 3 U Peat CMtf.H t
was -lwt4 !. 1192. kit rMtB'4 lk. fc4UwUf
Darty .Hand.* Alakana Plytcknl. UitiUI (A.bnra) year I. joU the C..aly S.Ilclt...'* .fflc.. ,
after |rJ.atlM fr... High 3ck...LH
HAMP ROGERS PRAISED Afur his JUckarf f... .ilit.., ....Me,. Darty ... i
lfc... ..rv**' with the Florida Highway Petrel k.f.reIlitUf t.. .. U the Army U 142.AdTancliif St. ... Law 3ck_l In 14*. H. wa aamttuJ .. I
the Flarlda Bar cc January 1, 1949.
lr.. private t. Fist LlavUaaiit Darty !
POLK'S NEWS MEDIA HAVE WATCHED ....... In Italy, tile 3*.tkra France !.*.>(.., the Darty la ...rI... t* the former C...U Br."I., endRkieland ,
.. ... Crmay. H. ku s..ti..d his they have fear cklldr.n. Tk f..U, II.*. !. Lake '
miliury ..r*.r at a Reserve Officer, and ..w kU Wales, where Darty la a D.... U tie First Baptist ,
WHAT the reek .t M.j.r, with J8 y Hr. acrvic Ckiirck." H* U a ....... .f tile Kiwa.U CUk.EipanJia ..


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The State Atl r*.y ...*.. the Teeth J..lclal Circuit p>...I.tl... U tk. tfcr. _Btlc. have .'
which It ...pM4 .f P.lk, H.r4.., .eJ HIghIa.4s kr*.*kt mere aa4 .er. crimlaal eau which ..al
DEMOCRAT Ceealles. k.. tried. and Ik. tck.ical B.UU a....... arc k.*.
POLK COUNTY ...!.( ar* lackalcal.
Tk State AU f..f .I.tal.a. .cIoH.I' ffW. heir (t. ,
ash *f I..... *...t .. .. ....1.. ...,.. In adJilU, Ik. Stale Att...., ka>JI... cat** wader tk. I
Stamp Rogers, one of Polk county's FUrUa Uaifra Support Act, wkrky latlratn
Tk. St.l. All r..r .......t.. all ...1..1 t*>.>, u J! !I. n. I ktaia aatUtaac !I. .
enforcement of. May esppert ease.
beat known law Htr' M and Hi1hl.e J s, k* Ladies all f.U.y ca..*. :
fleer, counts among hit personal
qualities and his experience all the .sow. 1

qualification to make a topnotch ,1 i.. THE RECORD !1

sheriff. - i
An a deputy under two previous

sheriffs be knows by personal ex- < !
perlence every facet of field work Ii; CIa Darly k-faa kU ai a pr*_.tUf atUrncy U( !. .!..*. ,*... *f oereke, !I. tk. ..licit..'. .ffic. and
.. .. aa State Au....,, ae ease Ladled. ky Clew Duty
As aHUihi 19S3. a* as a*>!.la.t P 4k C* .ty ScJUIUr. H. :
that a lawman should know. ka4 *.. 1 ky lice Crt .( .
***r rTr>*' Appcala *rSvpraai
.. .
"" la this pt for five years a 4 ka M4 all .
chief of the criminal division under Carltype
f crloUal pr.*..iitla..
one sheriff, he has had practicaland ,. This la an .ac.*liMaJ ...rd. aa>4 .U *.......* .f
successful administrative experience U UM. k* was .l ctJ Slat AlUmay for Ik. TatkClrcvll. ...*.sk IraJnlaf a.4 .......*.**. aa4 .f oIilia'.1
J..lelal H* was ra.l..td U 1110. preparstie..f. each she
I i 1

lie was chief of security at Bar-

tow Air Base before joining the Win- asf THIS IS GLEN DARTY'S PLEDGE TO YOU: j jI

ter Haven police department where a

be .Is now chief of detectives. 9 ;) 1 will MatUt* U tk. f.Ur.. aa I ka.. Ie Ik* pent. I. 1 ...11 .*.tI... I* ....* y_ Ia akif pr*..r .......- ,
8 k.. fair and .Bal.. I. I have. with fr Ik .. f cria. .
Throughout his law enforcement v rl* Try alMl meat ( illy Ia Ik* aaa .f
Ik* ....Ie, M 1 kmw Imtt well that the Slat At p.tle..
experience, Ramp Rogers has jj t_.- U a paklla Mrraal, charged wild a lr.....
proved himself a canny and courageous j 1: ", JWM r**....iWlit .
foe of crime and criminals. Com-

bined with the highest degree of personal oS ..a 54

Integrity and Intimate know- J '

ledge of Polk county. Roger's ex- There Is No Substitute For Experience 1
of Floe
perience can make him one

ida's outstanding sheriffs. ... ... :.

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Monday, May 4, 1964 WINTER HAVEN DAILY NEWs..CHIH-WINTER HAVEN flORIDA Pege .Svnts. >'nNe.t

GIANT Of GIANTS fty Afcw Mover BlueDevis III Track Meet
Pimlico For
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MHMt"Wlr;'t AltAiI 10001071t7xsGkf6 Af.tt7 Crack RecordsIn Rescheduled For Today

12 Kentucky Derby Colts m'l 1'W1' M'? s'-S
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1JI/F :1J' ,'j- -.'" Vnlt-ss rain hits again, the mesh are Winter Haven Lakeland -

LOUISVILLE. Ky (UPI) That the surrendered it to The fRIAQd. f ['.'' 1 State Trials Group IV track and Held meet Brandon and King Robinson -
turning pointon pace .
will he held today In Lakelandat Jefferson, Plant Chamber-
.entucky Derby winner Northrn Scoundrel and faded to sixth /4t1R/Q.'Vdff 40
the backstretch when North
Nurml Nelson Field near lain, HtlUborough and Plan
Dancer and runnerup Hill The Scoundrel held the I lead /;tiw4'M Records fell prntlcally all
rrn Dancer was sixth and in a Ie': Upland High School. Tampa schools.
Wectsr Conference all
at the -
Rise today headed for Pimhco hundred yards moved' right up only momentarily as the rush
The event was originally
nd the Preakaeu slakes while Dancer took him ;a wru and District in swimming
on the leaders From there 1 by Northern
but rain
L planned for Friday,
meet t at Davis Utosd pool Saturday -
irguments continued to rsgeiver knew he would win," said Learn to the front at the head of the' h4'I''' MAYS forced BMtpoMiMtitof MM mat
Both Winter. Haven High
whether the best horse or who had high praise for Her- stretch Hill Rise, circling on IHH until Saturday. It also rained
and In
[he best jockey won Saturday's tack's ride but also said "Shot- the outside was fourth Mill If reel girls boys participated
the mesh and brofc several records Saturday. 1
'lassie maker rode a perfect race too." those two lengths behind "I set In 193. Winter Haven High, co-
The Scoundrel which finished Once Northern Dancer got Halfway through: the tr<'ich. The girls Medley Relay teamof fisvorlt in lilt ails qualifying
well beaten third alto head- away from Hill Rise spriBting Northern Dancer till was two ; i. irs Susan Perkins Mary Potting- along with Tampa Plant wilt
d (for Maryland while the cut in front with Hill Rise
off to a two length advantagewith lengths er, Arlene VM SMt ud Betsy send Its field swat mea Into
rn horses, Roman Brother about S half mite to go now second and gaining But Van Chef ptacodswcond to Plant action beginning si 3 p.m. PrllmlnarU *- Left
Quadrangle. Mr. Brick and Mr. he stayed' in front of him all Hill Rise gained by inchc as high relay team bet still broke In th* track creels Day
Moonlight! shipped to New the way. Northern Dancer ran the last the existing record In tilt pro- will III underway at 3:30 with
orb where their trainers will Mr. Brick bad set the early quarter mile In 24 seconds, CMS. Th. boy's medley relay the fIN I. In the running events TO
lecide the next move. of Bill Bridget, Norris Els- starting at 1:30: tonight.Poetponement
Reserve the two Jockeys and CosteUo and Bob of tilt meet REELECTRAY
CKCOv' wick, Thomas
,ou reverse the order of finish Hartack Should Thank Shoe Hollmeyer placed a 4t11 but suit today could further disrupt
." claimed one trainer, who managed to break last year's spring football practice for
wished to remain unidentified record. Scooted, third and 4th Western t Conference high
Because "I may have to use all came into schools Th Blue Devils war
place In this race
Bill Hartick drove Northern r second but about 15 of the bo\< will
Dancer to a neck victory in rec- Norris Elswick placed thirdIn participate in the track most,
jird time in the Derby Shoe- OSCAR FRALEYUPI It wasn't the first time the breaatroke event while Including main expected lohold ,... ,.1. ha
aker was second with 11111 Sports Writer Just two years ago he had Bob Hollmy qualified 3rd down first unit assiimment
Rise. The Canadian.bred colt NEW YORK (UPI) Northern the mount on a colt called Decidedly fxntil. for the finals with a 80 yard 1 came. eomptlnt:m the Croup
fan the mile and one-quarter in sneer's victory In the Ken. So "WUIie the Shoe" freestyle time of SB seconds
o minutes flat to break the tucky Derby must stand today switched to Sunrise County and III fist. Lee Bruce qusllflwl 4th
cord of 2'00 2-5 set by the at a monument to the Irrevocable finished fifth while Decidedlywent for the finals In the 100 v rdfreestyl
attack ridden Decldely two fact that nobody but nobody on to win. HM \ MY *.
earl 110."Shoemaker. can pick horse race winners Then back in 1957 "Shoe"was The freestyle clay tam of
did not Itlrtoon with Infallible precision. romping down the Derby it I! Paul Myers, Chick Dry stew
i enough If he had gone If the lady says she has to stretch to victory on a colt ) Griffith and Bruce racked up a
lib Hartick on the back. bet a horse called "Curler" be- named Gallant Man when he II'I 0'+ W 1 C5'4 see 5th place In the fiesta
it tretch he would have won it," cause she had her hair set that misjudged the finish line started Of the girl's team,onl) Btsy ,
Limed one observer. day don't Interfere. U s guy to pull up hit horse and Van Cliff In the 50 yd trst\l
"If be bad started then Hill says he's betting the 10 horse then realized that they hadn'tgone Juan Marichal Reason and the medley relay of Perkins.
|ti lee would have run out of gas because his birthday Is the 29th under the wire He finished Pottlnger, Van Sanl and Van
the stretch," countered an.Iller CUff qualified to go to the
ud two and nine make 10, second to Iron Liege
state swim mitt. Arlene Van
don't challenge his arithmetic.As The beneficiary of the action,
| Trainer Horatio Luro who a case In point I give you strangely enough In all three Sant placed third In the 100.
sine Northern Dancer for Ed- Shoemaker For Giant PerformanceBy freestyle (breaking the 1963 r*
Willie other than
cases war none BiUdon't
cord) while Mary
ard P. Taylor of Toronto In- "
"Willie the Shoe, as he is ( can me Willie) Hartack. brtsstrok
listed, of course, that the bet- known to the racing fraternity Those three gift from Willieto ths last year's >0
He to minnows stein had the only Philadelphia In hr event. Leslie McIver
horse won. plans
ove r It In the second Jewel ofbe has to be one of the greatest Bill along with a Derby UPI Sports Writer hits as Fischer retired the last placed fourth In this rac*. RESTAURANT FEATURE I
Jockeys of si time. His mounts triumph which Hartack scored
It batters In order
doesn't get IIm.ny '
Triple Crown at Pimlico on Juan Marichal '' ' '
11 already have won the second on Venetian Way In I960 now headlines as Willie Mays NickUus Remains ..T". "v.MoibJiVf..7., ,
lay highest total money In history. have made Hartack the second but It's Willie Stargell drove In five
mlmhnnnntmtnnunmmnnl, mmmmmnmft'I'. But now you must stop and leading winner among Jockeys Bible and Sandy that he's Koufax.every bit a i poa val- runs with I homer and two Champ In Vegas IOUTHERN
I I consider the case of "Willie the In Derby history singles and Bill Materoikl ;
uable both of them Of
1 Shoe" In the race called the llartack has won four timesin as he Is the knocked In three runs with a Tourney ChampsLAS
lNSUIUHUurctuut I Kentucky Derby six Derby starts finishing And In any double and a single to lead the
n big reason the San Francisco VEGAS Nov. (UPI)- FRIED CHICKEN
;! This past winter, "Shoe" rode second with Fsblui in 19M and Giants have moved Into a first- Pirates' 16 hit stuck that gave A 42.foot birdie! putt on the

1 Northern Dancer to victory In 13th aboard Easy Spur In 1959. place tie with the PhilidrlphlnPhillies Don Schwall his second win last hole of the 72.hoi* Tournament }II | WITH t YI4>ltAlll|, NOT OU| AM; 9UTTHmm
i the Flamingo st Hialeah and Only the immortal Eddie Area for the National League of Champions gave
;i then in the Florida Derby at ro, with five victories, is lead defending champ Jack Nick-
James H. Cross I Gulfstream. But like any ordinary ahead of him. Maya Is something special Major Lesgue Standing" taut a two shot margin over l I I
I racegoer he was taken In And while he had to have the right out of s story book, ofcourse By United Press Inlerastloasl Doug Sanders and Al Celber
239A Third St. S.W. I by the West Coast performance horse under him, Hsrtark won and Koufsx proved his National Lt...* gee tier "Iterda"Nlcklalll .
Phone CY 4.2444FRANKLIN of a colt called Hill Rise This this one with a heady ride and greatness In 19R3 with a 255 W L. Pct GB pocketed the win til HTOUCHTOH
I despite the fact that I great ap air of eyeballs that bad to record 306 strikeouts and 11.88 Philadelphia 10 4 714 ner's share of $17,000 on
LIFEINSURANCE number of colts which were be swlveling atop his head like earned run average that earned San Fran. 10. T14 rounds of 6871-65-73 for S toW
CO. sensational on western tricks the red blinker on the roof of him the MVP award and the Milwaukee 10'.1125 I of 279, sale shots under par I I DRUG STORE I
II have fallen on their silken mui- a police car. Cy Young trophy as the major Pittsburgh I T .Ml 1 on the long and windswept
Uf. Group tics when they reached ChurchIll .' "I kept an eye on Mr. Brick leagues' pitcher of the year St. Louis I S .529 2* Desert Inn Country Club ,
Mortgage Downs. and The Scoundrel who Somewhat overlooked how Cincinnati f I 529 lea course.
Anyhow he switched from seemed to be running the best ever, was Marichal's 254 rerord Chicago 6 S 429 4
-t Health & Disability I Northern Dancer to Hill Rise- in front of us," h. said. "ButI JW8 ttnkMmts and Z-iV% ,. JIIIIMI&oJ"'IT"1 t | it .421 4u,
toe Hoipitalixation and lost the Derby on Saturday also kept an eye on Hill Rise EdA, Los Angeles T 11 JM jvf
Educational by a short neck. behind us." The 2<.year old right.hinder New York 3 11 1M I CAREFREE MOTORING
" IjltlllUllllHlllinnHlllllNlimillUHIHIIIIIIIIUKIIllll, So be made a mistake But Shoemaker still may have from the Dominican/ Republichas Suday's Resvlta
bad the best horse But all you picked up right where he Pittsburgh 11 St. Louis S
can believe la the way they left off last season with four Milwaukee 1 Philadelphia 0 : "
i finished and the feeling In this straight victories, including San Francisco Los Angeles I
j corner is that Hartack "stole"It Sundsy's 6.3 triumph over the Houston S Chicago 1 Starts
by making a quick, unexpected Los Angeles Dodgers He has Cincinnati < New York S, lit
I move when the pack fled a two..ar streak of 10 consecutive Cincinnati I New York 3. 2nd
My Checking Accountis into the far turn and began to victories' and he has beaten American League
swing for home the arch rival Dodgers In W. L. Pet. GBCleveland
"He got s little far away five of their last seven meet- I 4 .607
from us at the head of the Inls 7 S .M3 1
A crowd of 52,809 In Los Angeles Chicago
stretch Shoemaker admitted
better six- Detroit I.1 .JM 1*
Tater "We were getting to him law Msrlchal pitch s Minnesota t S .529 m
slowly but I felt ws weren't going hitter and strike out five attack Sunday Baltimore 7 7 500 J
to get there when we psssed behind a nine-hit
New York S S Joo J
that Included a single
the eighth pole.
Washington 110 .444 I
thana "Shoe" simply got started a homer by Mays, extending his
Two Los Angeles 7 I .431 3 ..Sn ,
bit late. But It's interesting that hitting streak to 10 games
Boston I I .421 I
in all three errors of Judgment, of the Dodgers' runs resulted
-rc. Hartack has come up smelling the first Inning when left.fleW Ksnsss City I I 429 3Budey's

like roses.Local, er Willie Willie Dsvts'McCovery apparentb misplayed-roulme New York 4 Wsshlnrton Resells 0, let GET YOUR CAR READY NOW. .

:Q fly Into s two-run homer Washington t New York S, 2nd
Girls Win M.,.' ninth homer of the Baltimore! S Cleveland 2. 1st Mechanics do the work I
year enabled him to regain the Cleveland 3 Baltimore 0, 2nd Let our expert
Five Cocoa Isis major .league lead and the fabulous Boston 11 Detroit 7
y babysitter centerflelder boosted his Chicago 3 Los Angeles 2, Uri V
Front End
Linda and Susan Moats took Align \ ALL FOR ONLY
honors in five clssses at average to 4M \M Angeles < Chicago 2, 2nd
top The Mllwsukee Braves Kansas City 7 Minn. 4, 1st V
second annual Shrine Club Balance Front Wheels
dropped the Philadelphia Phil Ksnsss City S Minnesota 7. 2nd

Saturday horse show In Cocoa Beach on beating bes into them.s first-place 14. the tie Pitts by We read that V Adjust Brakes $ 95

Susan won the Junior English Pirates outakHged the 81 horse drawn
Pleasure claaa while burg Louis Cardinals IS-I, the Hows carriages In V Repack Front Wheel Bearings
e riding EL Over. Linda then ton Colts best the Chicago ,New York'smldtown 9
took first place In the SealotWestern Cubs S-3, and the Cincinnati U1P, V SAFETY CHECK battery, Any
Pleasure class on Reds swept the New York Met, used M average
EL Over. Zlyadab. ridden by .-. and t-3. In other National e4. eleven. sad a cables, cooling system, Am.rlcan
Linda, won both the Senior ..
League actionIn half m 11 "
English Pleasure sad the Open the American League.. hour while toI fan belts, shock absorbers f C4r

4 Hunter Hack class The girls Washington defeated New York day the average and exhaust
I just sit right at teamed up to take the first g-s. after a 4-0 defeat Clevs r I speed (with anitanuhllesi system Parts extra, ,If needed
place trophies in the land shut out Bsrtlmofe after bE4TW.I.
Bareback class aboard! EL losing to the Orioles. 5-1, Chi otaJ sn milts
home and pay mj Over cage best Los Angeles 1-1. and si 'h. rtl.

DuplU weather conditions then \lest, M, Boston toppled De- we suppose that's some kind ofprogress. FAMOUS MAKE BATTERIES tow
bills by check. No running all over town the snow had an exceptional trees Ill. and Kansas City The progress we aim l $888Depend.ble
turnout as mOlt lasses bad downed Minnesota! twIN Hand hxq-Itf. bttttrlog it this low low price :
much snore AI
for me; no waiting in lines either. I don'teven ia exceaa of twenty entries. MHank for in business Is *
Complete show results areas Flasher pitched S two bvlons. we want to Improve

o to the bank to make deposits just follows: hitter to best Art Mshsffey and our service from year U year
Junior English Pleasure More his third straight win for and serve more and more people '

: send them by mail And, I do all my shopping 1st Junior I.Z. Over Western Pleasure the Hef Braves pitcher also The drove erstwhile M the re to their considerable bet* \., Tlrcifonc De Luxe Champion

when he 01 Let us prove H t* yowl
2nd E.Z. Dose game's only run
i with checks, too. Senior Western Plessura singled. .la the ">od inning sfur THOMAIWATUUrORD \ '. Any Size NEW TREADS
lit E.Z. Over a double r>r JM Tone sad LNC1M WhltewallsgTHIAOt
I Senior English Pleasure a walk to Demo Uenk Tony> Cent/si Avt ):
I IstZlyadahOp Gonzalez and Johnny Ilerrn- C. 1 ON OUSJ0 "al tOWIS O. OM 'OW. own flea.w .

.a Hunter Hack tat '

i Serving You for . Zlyadah-Jrd E-Z. Over w I' FOR $ 49
Hunt Seat EquttaUM3rd
Susan Mom ONLY
t 1 28 Years! Double-Bareback Usda I

fc-Open Susad aZlyadah Jumping Uoxte 3rd EX Over a-li-I Plus Us and 4 trsds-ln Urs of lame sits off your car,

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PEOtJ.ESKaJ,7 rer Complvi Infermaiion AJ N* Chrgt,

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NO APPRAISAL FEE TUESDAY, MAY STH -CALL TODAY- IT HOUM Trailer Electric and Furnished Home For

ON water furnUhed. 10.00 per w1BEDROOM .
FIRST MORTGAGES S-4 CT 4-7101 14 The Limited Budget

FIRST MORTGAGE FOR BALK 1M1 Volkewagea. One furnlehed

JLLMVACOTTAGE CORP. No owner trade.Oood CY S46_dIUo. ,,. ,ION 00.1-4 SWIMMING POOLS AUTO SERVICE on lake Silver Drive. Bummer apertrn rat_ 7 This is a real buy! $10.750nlcel
a month. Call CY S4770 or
furnished home and
I SHOP Ml Central Ave.. CY 2-S1S1 FOR' BAUD: IMO Chevrolet and I ls the total price for the
UU Pontlac Be. at 1. AT*. B Will KINO FOOL CONSTRUCTION -
110 Cypress CneftJ) Road : IW'I and REPAIR Financing Authorised-DOUCE VOTE FOR AVAILABLE NOW! extra corner lot. The home

M I-tf available . VY. R Helm*, General factory ferric* 0. consiiU of 2 BR, b.lb. living
Open I A.M. 'til f P. CADILLAC CONVERTIBLE Building Contractor Call Ckryetier Plymouth eLancerValiant AUSTIN RACE .
room, dining room, kitchen
ELDARADO BIARRITZ, Kactory Cv M67I fl May M t Bedroom I

SLEEP foot .............. la touch ((3)) Situation Wanted air Beet' Cull offer compliment CY S-0601.of acccuorle S-S I .a FLOYD sixtk at ROBERTa. BW MOTORS 2i 4ioi Board of Public FOE Initnictio. a Three 1 Bedroom with breakfast nook -

.Ilk all th. Hometown Non by Permanent I w.... erf concrete 17-May 17 a Three > Bedroom and a hobby shop There

i ...... ktm the Winter Hva. and ....1. Beautiful. marble fmleh.no District: No. 4 e Air Coodl Honed Is s shallow well for lawn .
Dull Mewa-Chlaf. Special rate De.lre 4&,. .orll Ho.is. cleanlog. -
needwater MAY 5TH
I _till ..... Call CY 11101TF . E..rt.nr.d. Cull CY $4001. ((8[ ) Business Property ehang"tlry..r.: county UPHOLSTERINGFINE irrigation No qualifyingnecessary

.. ----
Call anytime CY 1-798 For additional
HRJfT FLOOR apartment WalkingUmlance
CYPRUia POOLSSMay town. lake Cleaa quiet 5AVAILABLE information call
'. YOUNG mother .nt. days work Office Rental UPHOLSTERING EXPERT Yearly rate. HO.00 monthly 441Av
Call CY ..... 14 REFINISHINO Complete *. B. NW. ITF Zella Pearson
> fabric eelectlon. WOLFE UPHOLSTERY ---
MODERN 3 paneled air conditioned MOVING STORAGE SHOP. 314 AnnUl A. WRNISHED lakefront 3-bedrao

i IIMOTHEI. otticea Suitable for professional BE CY 1-2710 Day-Night.U houee with carportu Cypress amauui <.d SOON 'LEIS BROS.
HIGH SCHOOL girl would. like -May SI *had* tree*. Water lurniihetl.
baby lilting In Garden Oro.. men, accountants, THREE: IVORY BROTHERS CY 4-MUX 1.1NEWLY e One 4 Bedroom

area. Reiponelbl and reference lawyers finance etc Ample MOVING COMPANY Three I Bedroom RealtorsUooSlxtllStreetNW
:2M-41M 1-4 : decorated S ,-
Home room aparmem
parking In rear Located at 239 Ageati ALLIED VAN LINES ImprovementREPAIR for adu,t*. Screened porch a One 2 Bedroom
A Third St, SW across from Long Distance AU electric kitchen: CY -700e. 3 t>JAve Air CondiUooxl
Moving' A Storage (Opposite North Gate)
1In. c.... ((4)) lost A Found Exchange Bank parkin lot . Call Collect . SW-7446 C. SW S-S
I Oll.-Dar1A Air JIaM'April COMPLETELY furnlahed houeeBeuroom 10
Call for FREE UfflMATB H. WHERE?
"Complete with balrcut ..DeI.tlliDC" GRAY. Contractor after 1:00: O p mM3W31 .. I bash, cluecl Eve *. Sun. WO' 7.nil
L08T: On. male miniature black Call Owner 37 May 27 : S-May 4 Phone CY S473S. 1.
and tan Daechund. Howard for In- IN BEAUTIFUL GARDEN
formation loading to recovery CY 4-444 FOR HOU8K8 . APARTMENTFurnlabed GROVE
CARLTON SOUTHEAST Powell OIL cry s-aisi, M . . Vnrurnlehed. ,
BEAUTY SALON 304 Painting Papering TREE SERVICE t MATE. up ATK1N8 REAL sit
130 An. B: Julia St Just a half mile East of O
8e tk.*si nut Repairing :L iJ
May Gardens
((5)) House Trailers press on State Row

cr 3.1t1/ ((9)) Business OpportunityMOTEL TRIMMING CAVITY DEMOBS- BEDROOM furnhihed houee. .... 6SO 22nd St, NW

I. 1. McCOY Quality workmanchlp INO CABLING RK: BKTTINO Northtait section., $66 00 TOWNS
Open EveUBfs SPRING CLEARANCE: fait clean aad reaeoa- Complete clean-up Fr. Eetlmate COUNTRY REAL ESTATECV. COME OUT AND LOOK 'EM S BR. CB horn Ha '
ze-TF Buy your Mobile Homeat II will. I old able. Phone CY M6W IIS ask CHI LUKES. TREE SERVICE: 1-1141. H OVER ate cloee to Inwood A
Dealer Coet 170.000 Street Jan-Phyl VUlace 11-1'1' CY S-133 U-May 11 hopping . 1
SIS 000 down Beit Locatloa 1 BEDROOM!: furninhed
105 bas . SMHOO cottaf
II 10' I 40 . S32MOO: In Winter Hive. CY Mm 140 00 per month Can Breeds. John Wood Home Price 111.100, Term.
AIM used Trallere SJM.00 and tip nt TELEVISION IM Lake Blue Drive CY M1M e

I nil Hwy. SS W.
84NW CY S-S4M ,
Bank flaancln at 4* WINTER HAVEN FINEST on. .u
SCOTT KELLY 1-"., T VOTE FORSHELLEY JORDAN TV "bedroom air conditioned. all electric if e
eScreen Encloaur eCarport IMPERIAL APARTMENT: .
For Gever.erTUESDAY : $14002: home la excluilve Lasnick -
S. Awning Window gcreea* fttt Ave. H. 8K: $14317.: STVCYPREa LUXURY i
MAY ITH TRAILER FOR BALE OR RENT .Bu For the Faeteet TV Service ...... DOWN" Park Air conditioned SBra -
New Ueed. Trailer ALUMINUMa1lINDISCOUNT\ : In The South .. m bath. living room, dining groom
M Arery
1-4 BOONE S A H Green OARDEN No coot. payment S6700 Attrao
Stamp draperle throughout, ".parate
Park, S400 Havendal SALES CO INC.
APARTMENT live S-bedroom CB bom, S
MM97SSSTF ITF rood ,
M x 10 playhouaa Leaee with
Let George Do It"
FOBSuperintendent Furnished bedroom apartmoa, nelKhkorhood. echoot Drive by SOS option to buy. 1175.00 per month A
Ave A" 6th St.
BW $3463439May
tar conditioned, Cloee to tow amLak Oakland Kd. then
of Public I peoae ownerCT See SOI Ave. M. 8K: then call Jack
MOBILE LIVING Initrnetkni SI Howard. CY 4-142. STFS S-SOOo. :S8-T Pine CY 4-1228 1 00 a.m. to 4 00 ip
DAY NURSERYJACK .m. weekday M j
Why tIOII.** n a tour star park J.t Water furnlehed Air conditioned MAKE OFFER

FOE .n a lovely laker One that ka JILL NURSERY Near North Oate. CY S-4IHU 1-4 J. B. THORNHILLFOR Corner rU lot (Apt*. & limited I IbuelneMI
city trp eewere, (In* drlnkuut wear S4 . .
Boar .* hblle laitncUoa : 1 Month I Year Up a UII' Corner (
direct metrofor BUY BELL TRADE anything FURNISHED: or UNFURNISHED .
.lec'l'Ir ((10)) Articles For Sale Monday through Saturday Ave A ft
District N. I minimum bill along of value, GOPHER HOLE 131 Are. C. Iii riUfcNClEf: : sad m BEDROOMS Phone :711151.474 '"
5TH with all the fun tyt* recreationacillllee. SWAP SHOP US Hwy. 17 ngl 1.i CY S-14U Nice largo airy. room* Tax Collector 2S-May I
Tbeee things and more
i Lake. CY S-SMI. S-May 4 Air Conditioned Conveniently located In Old PoetalBuilding TUESDAY MAY STH
... YOBI.1nVIl 1. PALM SHORES CLASSIFIED DISPLA1Naturally I Call CY l-Wii or CYS4147 ,
.. Juet llfteeaminute M-TF 3,4
from Winter Haven. north
e-BKDROOM S4iath CB home.
of_ ihej village. of Lake Alfred Mar
Rout S4 a* Measly Moai5AJ ROORNG VOTE FOR Completely equipped kitchen tar.

8rt..," ',JtwtlryIS We Have, HerMOTHER'S CAMP TRAILERSCAMP Buy Of Finding I room,dlahwaaher carpeted i paneled.r. carporte family .-

SETH McKEELFOR large b2many t...... Bear elementary
IS) Third (tract, nrH ( ) Moving & Storage DAY RESIDENTIAL: . COMMERCIAL B The Yearll! School! tX> At r. NW
Bleak South et KM OffleeQtssJMy . INDUSTRIAL New CY KIWI M
work 4 repair* I TRAILERS for rent or aal.. Board of Public tegtracUon
Watch .MJewelry
; WALBDORF RJocO.. Supply limited Reeerve your .
IMPERIAL MOVING a STORAOE. GIFT M20 Dundee Rd. :MS-1417 date now Johneon Appliance Putrid: N.. 1
Prompt aad ertlcleai eervtoe for 11-"., 14 Highway 17 ....11. Alfred. I7J11WItMay TUESDAY, MAY STH VOTE FOR )
an your mavlag need Call II
CT J-41M hoe Ire eetlmalee, This modem 2 bedroom 2 tile
COMI $11US. .
17 May 17 for Atlas Yea Una*, In* ROOMS o..to. COII..nlellt.Nice. SETH McKEELFOR
bath with
eervlng ail SO Mate 14-TF . t PLASTERINGHARDKOTE $7.00 wash CY 1.114 10TVON large living room,
PAINTING -- gliding glass doors unto patio
Next to room turnlehed cottage Clan Parquet floors, attractive: kitchen Board e* Public lastrmcUos:

Meeting.-. Tueadar. t,1Z, P.M. ((61) Special) Services IfceRInFOR Plod .,. MARBLE- and comfortable. I4i 00 per m.. A with buUtins, deep well L District N.. 1
County Health Pepertment MOTE for exterior walli. *wlnvntmir CHARLES IVKRRON. FAINTER up. Vtllltlee Included SIERRA
pool H, R BROWN, CY Job estimated or by the hour . COURT MOTfc.L, CY 4-2S04. Je-TF pump. 27 pines on lot 75 X330 TUESDAY, MAY 5TH
S-A&tt 21TF Careful work . Call CY M81IIIS ----- 34 '
Winter Haven Drafting C*. No road between home t lake
VOTE FORJ. All type Commercial. A SALE -- Rent ncondulw.d I-tt AFARTMfcNTS FOR PAJITICU NOW only $11.1KIO. IF PURCHASED .
Reeldeatlal d rait ingBenefaction air conditioner and VACUUM CLEANERSPARTS IAR PEOPLE I. S. A S Bedroom. IMMEDIATELY I BEDROOM S bath, large family
B. THORNHILLFOR GuaranteedDraw televlilen. hey TermeELLSWORTH UOWEN MOTOR LODGE:. Hwy IT room buUI-to OB kitchen. aU brInk
Blue CY 4-J4M APPLIANCES, WOSrd WHEEL CHAIRS North 8-TF OWNERS WILL THROW IN home Beautifully i..........,...
> .Tr at, N* M-May U ALL THE: FURNITURE . Baa ally ..I.r.... _., but kteutalde
I Tai Collector\ : I A SERVICE for Kirby. rURNISHED: room ReaaonaM clay (N. city tana) School
CUSTOM MADE! DRAPES AND Hoover Electrolui' and all other Near Thrlflway and .beachleparal LEAVING FOR TEXAS AT hue eerrtce. te an ecaoole M front

TUESDAY, MAY STH : ALTERATIONS: Blind etllchedm RUBBER STAMPS For check Free pickup, delivery WHEEL CHAIRS for rent AleoHoepltal entrance Kitchen urlvtge > ONCE . See Now . CST .01506.D"' ..,.... meat*
H .,denl equipment S010 Hickory eadoreement . (.Ignature . mate , REYNOLDS V ACUUM Beds Crutch, Walk I.. -- Parking. US Ave. 1. NW S-T
NW CY S-7SM Mr. Edna SchoeeerSSMaySS. ether alee datum. l'I.I"NIIIIIIRVICI: : . Phone .,s. Commode Godfrey RiMala CY MT71 S-TT
tamp purpas.oa..li . pocket CY S4WS. S-May I CY S-M11 I7S Av*. A, NW 14TF(10A Beasley Realty Co. I
PRESS Phone. CY TWO bedroom furnlahed or IInlu"
VOTE FORSHELLEY LAWN MOWER REPAIR SERVICE :147151 Are. A, NWTF' nlihed? <'B duplex for rent ply> 136 etk Bt NW CY S.271 VOTE FORJ.
WILEY RICHARDSON --- - - - - -- - - - - Ave U BE: CY t-tm. M 'I ,
SO-4 Me rer Wee. .

BOONE ,Tree Sag.Tomato Pink**.. Cockscomb Petunia. .Zinnia Scarlet ((10)) Articles For Sale ( ) Boats & Motors LAKEFRONT Large airy room.APARTMENT and kitchenSWOO 1. A Lot ForD

r, FORBYperoteadent ((6-A) Animals & SuppliesMALE and Marigold. RHAW AT TRAFFIC After toom:::,.CY Day S-73U.* CY MOT ITF. Tax Collector
LIGHT Elolae Little
.. Public BE COOL this Bummer. BtH die- QET Profeulonal rarest cleaning
S ROOMS of nn. furniture. Includee count on all. U E and 1R- reeult rent Electric: carpelhampooer 24LAKKTBONT I
....tnlcUe.TUESDAY. .
SON 1.110 withpurcha. Urge 1 bedroom -
BOXER Stud ServiceReglitered 4 piece. enctlonat, refrigerator luni ELLSWORTH. 380 ltd per day
.. St. NW >>4 .* of blue Luitn John Bo- apartment. New S7% Ilk .
MAY STH fawn A wklteCY range U pi.. In all Takeover .tret. SW Low Sumner rate Close in SE section Welkin
land HardwareANTlql H
MM1 **-Tr paymente 14 44 per week. Lee.. i SUPRINA CY S.7J11 S-TF distance to School on Urge 100 SON DOW
24 than 1 month old. Wareboue Furniture Large BURT BOARD good condition ES FOB SALE: CB I Bedroom Florida ream eereen.ed .
POODLE TRW SB 00' PUPPY Bale. U Sin 81, NW 115.110.; HO train. car.Tracks Matching pair walnut roe back 4 ROOM apartment 140 W. Cranes ft. lot. Nest 2 bedroom porch built-in even A raaceu

CUP, SI 00 at MIMIS PINKPOODLE 104 on plywood. complete at love eau. lamp flax .h..... plo- $l.. Lak Alfred I71-1M2. Adull tile bath home. Carport fc utiliy Lot 40 I 140 IU.SOO. MortCparable *..,
SALON Phone SSSIT4Sor bargain, price Tenor ....pho.* lure*. china and glaaeware dinner only. Jf-TF kitchen Includes Elec. S10100 per month tout
((2)) Help Wonted S7 TF VIED REFT'OERATORJRange . -- - Mouth LaAe Deer frr.
appointment with cae. excellent condition CY bell Etc O I. Cark Went UkklolM CT WTIS aft-
Waaher . Dryer: S-TSaO or 431 W. Lake Elbert Dr. Rout 1. -4I LOVELY S bedroom duplei enlake range & ref,.. drapes . Only .451.01 vrfTodij's
Air C..dittonsn Reconditioned after S.JO M New furniture Adult, na
WANTEDroom VOTE FOR . fully guaranteed Terme p.m. pets IN.00 month. CY S4TU. S-TF '12300 Terms.Beasley .

MOCSEEEEPE and board rurnlched plu 110 From SMM and Up JOHNSON I LA I For Rent Unf. Buy
APPLIANCES Lake Alfred . ( ) GARAGE Modemeecond Co.
salary: per week. White: worn**, AUSTIN RACEFOR Phone ni-IIU. Nile. FOR FAMOUS KNAPP SHOES floor Suitable for couple Realty
around 40 rear old alagl* Call Marl Tomorrow'sSecurity
CY S44SS. SOS Ave. o. 1.04 HARRISON be eeea te appreciate. Day 136 th St, NW CY nS7
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.--_- TUCK S FVDROOM unrurnlehid home CY 4-4311. 114 Ave C NE 11-TF12C
Board ., P-WJe bitractlefiDUtrict T S-1W7 SEASLEY
Kitchen equipped. |W

lour (4) days pay each month TUESDAY MAY STH 111 DIAL 0 MATIC SWING BUNDY FLUTE s-nsT SS-TF ( ) Mortgage Loam IharlM McComte JUg. Broker

for one week-end drilL Regular NEEDLE!: automatic lenalon control I echool banda. 14000 approved talr Jr water by NINKMAKEBINFt : 1153945IMay 7 Family Parade

credits: toward retirement, plea H make buttonhole.. monograma ekla Sierra Court Motel, HwyIT 'KNIMMtU
fancy etltchoe without at APABTMBNTS e
North .
the added earning power of two tachment*. Balance. M1S4 or 190 00each S-S Whiter Haven beet ..lectio I
Paymente M ou month.Call room*, kitchen equipped, electrMheat
week stunner ramp is California ,7)) To Buy Or Trade CY Mm per gang. MSI AT.*. B. NW. I Mortg 9e Money VOTE FORSHELLEY
la August Call S34-1S11. Winter H.... .T"
...., S NEW doubl. dreeeer and mirror --- .- S. Ia-. -. ....
Tampa for details I Slightly marred. 144 W. SAVE: I BEDROOM unfurnlihed Cosh Are Different .
..... and furniture S0%. Lamp cheeta, dreaeere. taVuallty apartmom stir
JitMMAI WE IVY appltaneea i
COMPLETE chromewire r'
: SET Cadillac Stove and relrlarerator
bia ., BOONE
dlnelt. .
I and we aell used appluuwea chair do 3105.1.Wanhoaa. .
wheele tire and tool Bet Large living room nice eurround- I if home Quail
"Vrmlura Bab.Rh your
and furniture Brooke AppllaneeaFurniture Offer CY S4MOS. M taiga, HI MIll 81.. NW. CY S7I7SSBEDROOM FORSepertotesde.t -
MECHANIC No other need I. Seal Haveauale Blvd ---- m.. HW. 001 H deg for a 25-ytar, SH% (
Salary plu eommleeton.Apply .1''' ., PbUelaitnctto I
apply .
Interest rate loan without ...... .
United Motor Service. DOA
'P .goa rJe duplex apartment . '
**. .. NW SS-May 4 reovnditloned men work Water furnlehed. SSOO a _III. a-n-y service charge Ii
Automotive snltoriea Rat pre-pcaaaud. a. Call CY S-M7L In Lake Shlpp area I TUESDAY. MAY STH
((8)) why shouldn't you benefit o-
.111'1. IIAHAOER lor OIlC leurh.rwsMuf what. you toy. AU aea..ad ooa. I 14
Tnller 1IMl.l'lllllp. c. PRINTERS II OU per eulL Sit Arteaa Ai. - I from the saving . your family a treat bvmoTlag
eertenced. .la either type required Aubumdkl* Arroe from CoMlaea/: FOR RENT UV FURNISH ED S-bed- I '. and them Into this ultra mocha
No other need apply Top alary SPEEDOMETER: -. Tachometer. lal Can Cs II-TFE. room fcoua with carporte and non more people ome at 401 lath Street. ME. ToolIlk. (
monthly. yearly bonue Immediateopening CompI.t..rvH aad new cable*' .e large creened porch. MNqy fur art using our promot VOTE FOR the corner location and extra
Contact, A. F. SllngluffCentral I. A J Sentkc 144 Ilk St.. SW o tlertrlc: Rutlaeerl. even. .uaMd $0100 p.r month. 00.13 An. courteous mortgage services 04 thin S bedroom. S bath home. The
Supply Co. H.r. IT North. c.-4-4JM ITF COMMERCE Bake. Droll Moaat Thermoetet. R HW. CY 0301 14 SCOTT KELLYFor family will love the. 14 x IV'
Lake Wal_ Phone 4-H11 or CY timer pet |U. M, ell loW SX 00. --- : no obligation ...,-.. pool. Outstanding value at
S-44M. After hour nod Sunday* Cook Indoora-pallo. CY Ml. art APARTSINTl: DI1PI..JXa.: Germer 111 tut aa phone for aa appomi-
phone CY S-OTTL S-TT INt ALAXIE.: Sop XL S-door INDUSTRY er'I 00 p.... M I A S tedroome. 1*>*M ,. S4S Sup I TOWN A. COUNTRY, TUESDAY. MAY STH meat I* ass at your convenienceWAI
Sport Coup 4-eped tranamlaIon. co.
YOUNG MEN fulfill your mE: 417 engine. dual tour*, b..rkaseats GOVERNMENT SM ice- St.. NW CT ."'t. SSTFSBedroom MORTGAGE CORP. 2-4
Call M-M4 after S SO p.

tarp obllgaUoji with only sis _ _._le-May.I VOTE FOR LAKEFRONT: : home. with ,I -2T7 Magnolia --4l'Oa SALE BY O"lII'ltaIIMuttrltl in.", 'tJ):"'!)

Bombs active Aty. Been torservlct J. B. THORNHILLFOR month fireplace. tad Sierra tile balk Court. Slot 40 Moll per, tv S-UU new .......... noca.. Corner
Apply Caflt4tPl.
with your local MarineReserve VOTE FOR Hwy 17 North. 39TVBk,01t001I lot overlooking: lake Elbert.
H& aeetlo*. 14 eat a*. carpet.rape .
unit Call IMU
a eeI 1 .,,, R6S'.182JW1
Tar CoJIeetar *, central heat A air .....
for details SCOTT KELLY $ dlq)1e. .. Inks Durk - - -- -
Tampa, I dos alfsleetrle hvlH-hi kHchm,
TUESDAY. MAY STH and hitches 1ppMasse.I
June :20 For Geverswr 3.1IO 57100 : No pea CY KT11 WE sacrifice tall CY S44a danCTMWJ I EN SECKEL .ReatterAssociates I
.TJ' aft.r 4 p m JO-TT

VOTE FOR 94S41 ( -A) Boat A Motors BEDROOMS ternuao noon.large Northwe Florida. room.rOaPftH S. )DYLRIUGCVIEW W. H. McRerBeUs CY JMOSlra
I 1(1 e ...,sw r412fROSAYO School SIM.. TOWN A < Whisky CY S-S.*S

owner. New tI.Ita4Io.. a.... 1$4 .
FOB IT Flberglaee Boat with SO HPEvmrude 0
See at Sierra Court Motel -- I M
$130.00 W wUCtuMaroMPAH: motor. ...rIa Marling Seprrh.* Ml *t el PeAOe
Board *f Public iMtracUeeiDUtrlet North .ha for aae' elate doe*., floorIng and trailer 'M... Call SM-et6 ((12 I
Nee 1 For window Y.__ ......., pip, M ) For Rent. ",m. IMbwCiaa FRI. Rate ,1)51 III It ornacE5Mask OPEN: BoraaiS
INS FALCON Station Wage*
514.3.1 3SIL ...... JO P M. to 1'111I P M dally
aaaterlatoe -- car50134. !
lumber. all a.AU TUESDAY. MAY STH
TUESDAY, MAY nil isle ky .--d..1 Crl Standard at Central Awe School. CY FOR SALT I PonUMJehneun f0 HI' 1965 as t II arerall 1M.... = Av* H. SSI OomphHetf Me
3-4 Shift drive, neater Oeily S-Uua. SS-May 4 meter, practtrao new -ap.rtmeaL Oer.4 2-4 ed. Already financed. CY 1eHOEDROOIC. .
.rive. 1000 mile Call CY $4441sr i ._-- I* aiteelleat ooadllbM, V**>40. 1 14Fltwrguue : Mar. 101 ..... L. Nit I'-TP Out .Hiair, mvd tjrn rkjnt i* H
CY 4-I1JS *4)) boat with Ito M HP ALB o. a.a.u. D. St or Alruor Md to pavednd

EXPERT Mai W.ter Skier. May -'-- ; POLY FOAM HUBBEN key eleeer ittimam motor, *maskwl e..dRInedka14 FVRNISHCD S rean .?plea S Large -_ Ill bathe ra*> en .left at rail .
SO t .* .m>.' *. *&4 rOMTIAC Starchlef. 4-door .... MgOOUMT PRlkiS Rainbow truer Park Ave Adults N* pats Ejugellentberhoed. a.55- tral beat aad ear am****** tmcbaem .. IVBATH HOMES -
Pageant Lake Oeark. l/WourLYkl lardlep ...... a.... $7114N16A FORD'S TRIM SHOP IO' .Ave I a Hoover Rd.SK.CY Stt: CY MW4 er CY 04 I N E.: ....._ SM-4144. MIll CT STII aa&L. ee.. OKMB ODOtEaETATR
H 14 .. NW CY NIL S-TF u .1-TJ'A_ O MR. "1' XT-May M mUll. Lak AMred...TI'f


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( TKktM: MlBaVfUWM. $ ta.Uttsl' Me TStMTM WB4OAI. CwaXWIT OF.

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DdeaAM r HOWBLL s... wile. ,
JrAddreaTinAaowi bsdaat TO F4MUSCidMEMOSTOAOB. r. ,
ar. kereby notttl NOTICE: or suit CASE MO 519064141550Y05
CkantHBC oMer. home, remod BIU of CaMptolat lor D ipp bas TO ERNEST N THOMPSON: ... or svrt

eHed last jew. Three bedroom .*.. flied sakit you. nod yaw ar rite MAUD a:. THOMPSON aid TO: LJtB: F HOWBLL and wife.
required aAaewer yosr all parties claiming totoreet bytiutMera WtLUBJLU HOWBLL and all pan
1H baths formal dining room, w".c.a .* oeptyNd under or aiatoet them. : tta* ......* !Interact ky laroujh
I screened porches. Practically C..plaiat .... plelMa ..... you...* hereby notified that under r ...... ......
new wan to wall in ."1. WAUt_ RAn Wwsiog.: plaintiff hu .....111I... suit. a.atot You are .hereby not tried thai plalnUR 1-- _
carpet Yen Bklver BulMlwr you in Uw above styled. Court and .ha* toatttuted. MIlt aaalnrt your --' -- _
living and Bain* roomi Drip va n. Florida, and lei the orllnaaiuwer 1M nature ol MM Mil la a BUI the above styled hull sad Ikenatur.
erlei stove and refrigerator or .pteadta* .la .... Omen of to ForedoM tkM certain Martian af MM. Nil I* a BIU to Forecloee ill
the. Clerk of led Circuit Own ok recorded 'in 0/R Book Ml Pain n, that oertala Mortgage recorded t1uTliRSE' 1
and air conditioner and attic or before the Mfc dajr of May puMtc record* ol Polk Count Flo la O/R Book Ml Pa*. SS. pun- g 601N0 TO 1I
faD included: Located H block 1161 If you fall to.t.M Judcmeetky .newmbrrlBc: all Ik* foliurbtgda. lie reoerdj of Polk County, Florida, OFF6AR66 I
nNtrdemanded ejalnat pea cINe"..... veal _... In Poll county encumbariac all the Mlowux dwcribed TELL 1J
west of Lutheran Church at 215 for the. la tIM Wlot Florida lo-wlt . real met* ta Polk County. nx

Ave. C SE. Price $14,00000 Complaint. That part of Ik* EM: ot Tract U Florida ...It '
DONE AND ORDERED: at Bar to Section S4' ship r That part of led East of Tract
low' Polk County, FtatMa, this 24th South. Range M. Eat, ot W r U 1 to Secttaa K Towaehln N
EDNA WATSON day of April, AD. 1S4. Hallara ana On Farming and South. aidrCo. Kaat of WFHallam J
D H. 8LOAN, JR. Trucking Landi, M howa by '. Farmlnf and
REALTOR Clerk. Circuit Court Map or Plat thereof recordedIn Trucking .laada, a* .....w. hy map I
J. MASON WINES tile Offta ol tIM Clerk ottk or plat thereof recorded In tb J
Ill M. St.. NW CT 4-1MI at th* firm ofWAUCERRABE Circuit. Court In .... for Office ot the Clerk. of tIM Omit
3- : : A WIN_ Polk Count. Florida, I. Plat' Court In and for Polk County. J
Van Skiver BuMdlnf Book L Pa M ML man fully Florida" ta Plat Book I. ..... ML
Wlllier Haves. Florida dewrlbed- u follow. at more fully dearribed .. follow
Alturn.ra for pie/miff./ the NorthMet oomor :tla.. Beau) al the' Northeast corner ef Q
i ((13-AJ I ) GroYeI April 27. May 1. 11, la. lied Tract II run thence South Mid Tract 11 rah thence South -<
alone the' East: tin. of MM along the East: line of Mid. Tract
Netlr* T. C..IIN -. Tract U. t 411.1._ ol n 10 IS. a distance of JT.10 feet thence
Tall: COINTY: JIDORSCOIBT loci. the_ North ..W' Wed North (CM' Wet. a 411.""""* of
GROVES : IN' AND FOB FOLK a dutance of Ml M loot. thence 129(M feel to the "tN.r&t: :
COINTY. FLOBIDAI South '.01'0*" Eat: and pan sing. coatlnu hence
RE ESTATE OF all.l with. tha' WM lla* of the M West a dletance !of: SIS feet,
I ACRES VaL fc grapefruit JUCHAtL A, CUNNEENDecraaed EH! of Mid Tract U a dlMaaco thence South; 0' 01 01 Eat. andnarnllH
of HSU bit to the point of 1 with he Went line ol the
estimated 600 boxes of vaL
crop .. beclnnlnr 11 Eat uj ol Mid Tract 11 t die.
To All Creditor and Pe.. Having co. a u t tame
which go with tale PRICE CI.I.... or Demand Afeluel South 001'M" Bait: a dletanca tan,'e (if 141 TO leet thence South ::
Maid Estate: of Tl U fool Owner South N* If M East a dletanp. of US
til 500 . 21% DOWN Bal t
M feet thence North ,' 01' 01" Woos
Keat dlat.
You, and each of you an hereby a of 10150
Yrs notified to file ta duplicate all feet thence North< 0.01'0.' and parallel with MM WooS UM
claim* and demand which you West and parallel ltk the' of Raw u of Tract II a dutano :a I
ACRES have airalnat the. eit.tt of MichaelA We* line of th. E\:of mid of I4J 70 fret lo tha point of beIlnnlnc -< a ce
484 CUnn..... deceaaed to th* ot Tract II a dlata...,. ol 71U .
mature tree loaded for next flea of Richard A. Bronaoa County foot. thence North MM' Wool and yuu' ar* hereby notified to fileynnr
at hi* office to tb. Court a dleUnce of 101M fool to the nnewer or other pleading to
rear . $27.900 . 29% DOWN IIda't Barlow, Florida within: point of b*.lnnlnc. Plata!iff* Complaint In th* office of
BaL arranged. sir calendar month Iron April XV1W4 and you ar* hereby notified to Ills the' Clerk. of the Circuit Court and
which la the data of the flrat your aniwer M other plMdlnar to mall copy thereof to Summerllaand
publication of thin notice Each plaintiff Complaint In th* :ofrir Connor 141 Avenue B, NW,.
7V* ACRES of early oranges claim: or demand must be ta writ- of .In* cr..... ol th* Circuit Court Winter Hnven Florida, on or .before
about 7 yri. old, estimated log mud Mate the place of ....- and mall cop? thereof to Sum mer May IS, 144 or niff.r Decree:
doom and poet office addreM ot lin and Connor. t.t ATMIIM B. NW, Pro ConifM to b* entered yams'
1000 boxes . 6 well NO
crop Wlm r Han. Florida
tile claimant mat k* worn M oa or botor WITNESS
PUMP . Beautiful grove and nut be filed a* aforeMld. or Mar 'I. 14 or ...11., Demo my hand a* the Clerk
Pro Conlnao of th.* above etyled' Court and the'
to b
cue Mm will become void. stand against,
$18,500 29% . .
Marion L. CunneenKxecutrlx cent of aid'ou14 at Bartow. Florida
fouWPTNE8S lot .hand aa the c..... thl April 10 IN4
SO ACRES to Ham1illa41 Morton t Kanloo of the abort tyl.d Court and lie D H SljOAN JR.Clerk .
Summerlto At Connor .al of Mid Court at Barlow. Florida N8' Court
;PA 7 yn old. Average yield Poet Office Boo 7SS thin April 10 1M4. SUMMERLIN: CONNOR

13,750 boxes or W,500 Ibs. solids Winter' Ha.... FloridaAisll D. H. LOAN JR 144 Avenue B. N W HELIdDSAR1p WI NAVI A 044,

, PRICE $1 5,000. 29% Dow to. n May 4, It .1SC4Ur IIUIIIIIRUNroNN Clark: C'lNUlt sun R' Winter April IL H.SO...17.. Florida and May 4 I.... IF I Fur 1HI6 MONEY tie MNzP 1 MISS HOLL, ty! 1 YOU DO

i baL S Vrs at C% . N. T* Creditor. .144 A..nu* S. JCWWlntor --- r M.A Cl! WILL t \ Iii

ij to I yrs f acres matured . IN RE: lUTTATB: or : OF INTENTION TO Not.... I* hereby five that theartnc RMIRS TO

pal 2 to 4 yrs very nice . AGNES PINION KROMTEK FlCrmOlS NAME: will be held at tile Jack n ate HIPS IT- t :+ '
.ill/ /. AGNES BROWN BINION Fuller Auditorium In the Clly of
t $ 5,000. 29% Down, baL arranged Deceaaed NOTICE U .hereby Sin that led Winter Haws al S 00 a m onThunday 4
. To AH Creditor and Pnona Havn und Claim or Demand Again*! the Clerk. of MM Circuit Court or Winter Haven Board of Adutmnl !

u 60 ACRES OF P.A. & VaL from Said You Catat. and eack of ,ou. ar hereby Polk County. Florida. pursuant U for the of purpiiM: ol,oonilderini. ; SAV Ih. !, : ale7rorJorrrimingavatarAv I

2 to 25 yrs. old 10 loch well notified to fll* In duplicate all Chapter ".01. Florida StalutM of Kill AND WAN In which Ih. p.I .. ofkIi i
claim and demand which you IMS the. nrtltlnu nm. to-M: I IHtoner ha. requeated.: A VARI
10 fc house which recta for $3500 hare against th* .tala of Acne WF.BCO COMPANY I IANCK: TO PERMIT THE: HK.OPBNINII .

per month Price 70000. BIMon, deceaeed, to the dike of under which they are .niar.d U OF AN KXI8TINO URO
i Richard A Broneon, County Judf.at bu.ln..H at MOO S4ih. SI reel, N W CKRY STORE ON IXJT W AS B
t $2103333 Down 4 $11,2<<1.17Ii hla office la Inn Court HOUM al, Winter Harm, Florida BURY PARK FIRST STREET; I

per year at .%. I Barlow. Florida. within *lx calendar H. C. HOWARD AND AVENUE E. M.W
month' from April 10 1M4 tprll Jt JO 17 May 4, IM4NOTICE Dated at Whiter Haven Florida' -- -- - --- -
i I have other from S acres to which I* llw dale of the tint publication thin IWh day 1,1 April, 1914WINTER
of this nolle Each claim
HAVEN BOARD MS7MnWd 1100* J'd/advN flIy0..amr SANWt4. I P
100 acres *om. railed A others or demand mud .k* la writlnsmuat / : TO CKB.DITOMIN or ADJUSTMENT M449 AMber JIf4cMrO 714etlfldlg, 4a rare JetMs.10r

all orsnn Mat the place of. reddens.sod '" THE: COINTT JtDOISCOIBT : (loom Panto. Jr Auld AIg0v4 IIOP BIN fw Jr. yv4P redo the $ Jtd'455 ourOr pw3tJUcwS
poet office addnM ot the : : IN'" AND FOB FOLK ChairmanBy /NAW44.171MaefIwia P14 AaPAWd $454AwrIR
claimant mat be .worn to and Wolf
W C.
RAY EVERLY mom be filed aa .'0..1.., or aloe IN COtNTY.RE FLOBIUA Building t binlns Director lef AM71W Mwr.Y MPMJIrAIUONI'K
Mint wilt become void. ESTATK OF 0f' '
.e,. Real Estate Broker ,., Bradley "01. t..tUlllrroPHIR C B. MONTER. B a/k/a MONTKKTo, .__'_
P.O. Box in Lake tlamliteaFIG. '" :...... NOTK: ur IIk"'IIIO SKPOIMMOA10 I I
To All Creditor and
CONNOR .' ., Prrwfif HtfNT or AMIInTMMNT:
.. 4223371 ',' 144 Avenue B. NW tnalnu or Dam..1! TA f Inn Notice la .hereby ilvm that a
Whiter Harm. Florida laW Estate: hosting will be held al In* Jack
w April W. *l. May .. II ISM You, and each of yoJ. are heed Fuller Auditorium In the city olWinter
by aotlflod I* file In duplicate all Haven al S 00 a m on Mat ,
claim and demand which you 14 144. before I". wnur HannBoard .__; c. .
have yard Ih. *>taU ol C B of Adjuelment for Ihe pur anfIHAFS i
J (14-A( ) Uh I Aa..45SMALL .NOTICE: OF INTENTION: TO Montr, doc........ to Ih* office of ..... of ooMlunrlnf th* petition ,.J I IUMLIX
BKumTa.. FKT.TW1IS NAME: Richard: A. Brouoa County Judge, .' TOPER MARKET In
Notice< I* hereby given that the at ala offlc la the Court HOUM al which tan petHhuar .... requrMnlvnrlnno .
underalcnad Intend to relleter anew. Florida. within au,ll calendar a ot *.... yard requlr'
RANCH with the Clerk of the Ci cult Courtof month from April II. ISM. which menu lor buildinf ewmnek. al
Polk County. Florida, purau.nl U the dale of the tint Dukltralkwof North Oat Shopptnc C nlr, r
to Chapter lueftl. Law of Florida thin ..,...... Lack claim ar domaad Dated at Winter Hans, Florida r
Appro SO ACRES . Bmall t Act af IS41 Leililatur aa amended muM .k* w wrltlnc. must thla Kith -- ___I
alt tram* IIOUM. bar. other bull- by Chapter :3470. Law of Florida tata Ih* place of re.Id..,. and 'I VEft' rUIAftD
lam fenced, food paeture land Aorta of 1M1 Lel>.lature.. the' post ofiMW adder of :" OF ADJUSTMENT IT WOULD BC ItTTIK I'I I AM til
more land .".IIaIII.. Priced M fictitious name, brit aHdaCr1Nsre. mud be non to and ".f''ha'i:. I lean P.rtln. J,.. CAVt IT TO Mil1! tUl MAt tllH y 1 Of HOOHNb My rptHNJJ) ,
an.OOO with terma.Ifiiii under which. eh.* I le eaMd ai alureMld. ar nine Mm will ko- Chairman
( In kuelnaM al ltd lad It., coma raid. By' W C WoltBluMlns I tr0UGN1 FR:1: A 0 veoARIl IM'IN IATM1R MOODY VMl YOUR Mils HALL "

SW,. Winter H.ven FlaCarolya . Chu... I. Procter. Jr A Sunlns Dlr<-' i,, M NJ R'r'' N' ':NI.jUK'IlR RbGM 'IfllVIOUf
P. ....1111 11-: May' 4. lt4NOTHK ie till with r '.N 'til 1 SUGuMTIO __. ._ y RUSTYI( ,
April IL JO 17. May i 1S4OriCE Walter U MailAuornay --- MI ,UttR'GROUNUI
iiD --- -- al Law : or Hr."kl,l.l BSFORKSMI : tin+M'WHtI .f
I .... Van Sklvir Bid*. .AIIII OF AIIJISTMENT cc M ,
Winter H* .n. Florida NouN M kereby liven Innlhearing a I ITe140
tAtaill.. BMd or AlWIBTMr.NTNolle April II. 10 JT May 4. ISH wHI be held al tile Jack
u .hereby. liven thai abating Fuller Auditorium In tile City t'
eo. will b* .held at th. JarkKuilar III Till riaVttlT OIRT.: TENTS Winter Hares at I ou a m. on May' .
tilt/ __ Auditorium, ta led City of etUUIAL tlk< IIT, POLE .14. ISM belure the. Wlnl.r' H....
Winter Haven al S 00 a..... on May l'Ut''T'' FLOhMDA. Shard ef Adjustment iceM -
1 .4.. a new ....... asiil :: purpa
s 14 IMf kefor" the Winter Havm IN CHANtKBY. ** of eoaalderlng Ih* petHloa of /lea
Board of Adjuetment for the pan Car No' Illll .''.Ml' N* SM JOSEPH WHITE I* which Ih* peIMkMMr .
i of coMlderine-* petition .1rleLL BETTY THOMAS hue rMunrled 8PECIAI,
OIL COMPANY In which Plaint
ACREAGE the petitioner ha reaue. ed.. A mCAUTY SHOP AS A HOME: OtCUPATION .
JOG Acne Pasture land . 1100 DRIVEWAY OPENING FOR THE: De.t ON LOT M, FLOHKNCK' : VILLAGEDated : I .d
per acre, NO Acre Pasture land REBUILDING OF A SERVICE: NOTICE: OF lI'n al Winter Havea. Florida.
. Appro SO seven cOrn land STATION AT Ilk AND POPE: THE STATE: or FLORIDA TO thl lush dei ot
Highway Plebe flM AVENUE N.W. Henry DeMarru NanUIM WINTER hJ.MfoARD 4 Ib t
pe, acre . ;U-t.: .. Dated at Winter Haven Florida, Wont Piedmont Avenu OF ADJUSTMENT
thl.* Slid dy of April liiiNY Mount Holly, North Carolina .
II...... PnriM. JrChairman \
VARNER REALTY WINTER P!: BOARD Yaw: ..* hereby notified that a I lop N0Q IrDII I 1Wlu TL11OU Ail4It0A PTO Nil OHO IN ) /C'MON. Rgy1! UTlTMlrlMSOMI
or ADJUSTMENT Pall lor Divorce .... been filed Wll' (
By W C Wolf IOU } 6505 AI511AN K ,
14 ... ... *W CT: S44S4
Gars.; Partla, JrChalniaa ? against you to the above entitled A Son.ng DirrlolROTH'R I lq/ALLf 1
came, and that wkly
yew ar hereby May ..
MI Br: W. C. Wolf required to ..nm a copy ef your ___ __ ___ I
Bulldtos Si Coalnr Director aver or ether written defeaae "' OF NMKKUi BKIIISEBOASD 1040110 At. IfOCt
May 4. 1M4 upon Cllftoa L. Howell, Jr. ptotollfT OF AMISTHEMT l
attorney. whoa* *ddr.. I. Notice M hereby. give thai Shearing AND TM(MMhwt0
PO Boa MA Whiter Hevea, Florida will be held. at the Jack
I NOTICE OF BEASIWO: sr.roaEBOABD aa or before the isth day af Fuller Auditorium W the City of W N Is'
Choice OF A1MISTMKNT May. AD. ISM. aid before orImmediately Winter Haven al 09 a m en Mar r
Notice I* hereby. peen that a thereafter to file with i J
14 ISM before Ihe Winter Hares I
Building Lots hearing will be held al Ike Jack the Clerk. of the above etyled Court Board. of Adjuatment for tIM pureoae + i
i Fuller. Auditorium In the City at th original of MM newer ar sold. ol oMuudering the petHloa ef e ei! 1 1I 1y .
Winter Haves at S OS a.., on May written d.1.... W any. LEE WILLIAMS which. the pait -
t . High above Lake El. 14. ISM hetor tile Wlater, Haven If you fall to de ... dicta pro !. toner baa reaueeted. SPKtlAL "
elementary Board. of Adjustment lot the purrvaeidering -,_ will be entered agametyou IPROVAL FOR A BAR ,ISPORTS-
bert near the new ...... d Ihe petition ofKUUNER '. for the relief ..........* .to Ike MAY BARON POPE AVENUE: C.ti
school . T5 x lIKIIAJ'I IN WHICH THE complaint .
140 alas with beautiful PETITIONER HAS REQUESTED WITNESS my head and efMrUI TOWN OF WINTER: "40PaC. i .
sal af office al Bane. Polk tr
, mature orange trees . FAMILY TYPE: BILLIARD ROOM County Florida thl istk .day af .. at wmtr Haven. Florida
each and we AT SS FIFTH STREET W. April. AD, ISM.D lbs1.0dceI. ef April
Only $3000 .
Dated al Wtoter Have Florida.Ikla . H SLOAN. IL WINTER .J..BO"RD
can give nice terms Jhk day ot April ISM Clerk. ClrruM CowrtBy OF ADJUSTMENT
Call WINTER. HAVEN BOARD JuanHa Radtord. 0..... Partto. JrChairman .. I I l t j.

Oeorg Partto. Jr.. April SI 17 May 4. II. 314IN I,. W C. Wolf p. THAT WHO. P.445(5)
MALCOLM TETREALXT Chairman A toning Director 11 P 1iw9Cws TV4EM UM TWE { rAt

. Eves 8-R. CY 34516It By W C. Wolf i tam nmcrrr rot'a1'&JrT.. May d. Idly s SIOeVMAiXTXV
Building' A Sonner Director JIIM4I4L f rpiaik/u -

May .. ISM l'O MTV riMcEav .. OUR LPaNtJ A'S Acur '< e '
------- I* HAMIUIOtfS. .
TOWN COUNTRY fee Me. Sets Bat SI Pg *.. SIS 1 r
Or AIM1STMS.HT Plalatlff 1J d TGi As3avN
ttti g I Notia r kereby give thaiheanns a
r C13II4ICEFSXWCT! D wilt b* bold al Ike Jack SUSAN ANN IUNCAID. .. ., /
ruder Auditorium u tile City of fief..... ,
Winter Havea al 9 OIl a m oa SONICI OF srrr ,
1-4 110.....,. Mar ... MM hefore tile THE: STATE or FLORIDA TO ., ,,
Winter Have Board el Adueu*).nt SUAM ANN aTNCAlD Whoa
tar taw nni'm ef ..tiun.iilii'ni tan -..* she. Mam*. Addraa tf 1UNSMIRACLI
petHeM af: WOMUAM S to r
urrsFolbaw ftAC'I'L' He "e'ltiiiner win.. ar hereby. Mined. tbal a
(In* from B.arlMMt A VARIANCE OF OyF aiRes MM far dtearc* .... bass MedaaaNMt .-
4ua. LaM AVrad .. La Plasma RSVOUIREMENT: AT ye* to Ik. above _utW < .
FTiiparllaa. Tkuu J 4iaeS HAVEN FUMJUTVHS 00 ONliHAVEMDALSI came sad. lad pen are .hr.y :
=r PratPPROXIMATKLT SJ.ae BLD. ,........ Ie mere S ape d pacer _.
I Dated Wtowr Have Florida, utewor ar a>ner wrttur doraN' .. _.
1 AI. --- - -
ihl/* IPih Aped ISM. awa Wider W 11....,.. pUnHeT -
tl acre SJT .'Jlin HAVEN BOARD altaraey chum **dra K F O Boa ; : ". --".,Ipbc4)aOM4KIN My 11r4wp44vr1rMrrlwr2Ad001A4A.
m Lake atarhuuM. S-Wdmoen, SJV OF ADJUSTMENT .... ............ Flnrtda. M ar k*. 'et4.n9 AMsr m.DA0bW MKNARIAtOi Ar1QNyJr.Ptk4..rRIP. zOpVf A'eM1 ynI'
II. i 4ST awtountaf peot, f lieargi Partto. JrCwairmaa .... IOn net day of May. AD c! 79+iWPS'WPMV4O .
a Mom trailer, FarmaS tunnear ) MN. aid bf.e. r bmdW.ly WHIP o.R .- PA/P.Aaten r I
I Mltto fM. Ue. Term By W C WaifSxMalng Ihr alor r 05..00 ties (lark .a t wHil'r
Lma arter S is fm.Hartridve . .$ A SeaMf Director ., .... Nsve 004 Coed tile art.le .
ender S seeder, H May 4. lIed .... ., .11 _.0 w ail rra.
.... dwfeaeea. If aaytt I I
LBOAL NOThTEto : raw laS M M. draw pee fie
V'irv Pros! SectlM t SM af the eaafeoa wat ke -.rid aarakwit r Ir
ea Lao. hurl lut** sad P4satles5 M tile Mwa i >....*..' k tke reader, J .
d w dap wta. anal enw- ..... 0.--_ Com CFMmMI.rtutreNd, tl '
wan Chan *4 Laaea, Cad W__ 1)... Ie .. adlon wrrWlM my head aad. afflatoli 's Mil. .,
rant CT S-SS3S ar ee* F* teal m Apt! 1. 1.... Ayr 1.pete. ...i of emca at Buna1. pack OkwaFieri .
after same ale Cost M bc..cc d ..... ntaeamWINT .... ... tat IHa dar ell April .. wnsp ..
rr. Wmlr Havoc, Plink., A & : saw.. /
floe .110 mI dmaoma: as ai 11M.U .-. .. IL : r 1

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o. ST S m* wttfc newer ef W"'Tn ...AUTOUNIIOrOR
TaT Tw1 saw ce.1OIIr1IAlI tea her Cbinart Ms. Mr Faaaarl O' Or 14 I A
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We Endorse and Ask You To Vote for Scott Kelly because..


I 1. He knows our county problems and how to solve them.

2. He knows our area highway needs.

'f; 3. He! Is the pnly candidate with a proven record of City governmental! and state' legislative'. achievements.! .

I 4. He i is the only Governor candidate from Central Florida.

1 5. He is a proven successful businessman.

.. 6. He is our man. Polk County's own . Scott Kelly!

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\ Tom Aids John Fisher Robert W. McElroy Eddie SmithJ.
Jim Bagley Geo. W. Flack Jr.'f Jerry Mciver C. 'Sonny' SmithJ.

t d J. Julian Bennett A Builder Friend Bobby F. McKownG. T. Smith
Welborn Bentley Epp Griner V. Mead Rufie N. SmithC.

: I Roy L Berger Kenneth M. von HahmannW. George W. Mullins Jr. O. 'Pete' Spencer, Jr.
:1 Harmon Artie M. Olin J.
A. J. Berns Clayton H. Strickland

W. A. Berry Alice Harris John Pack Charles D. Stout
p- Don Blaser Robert K. Harmon Jr. Sam Parker ;f Russell T. Swain

I Joe Brandon'I r Geo. E. Herndon George W. Partin Jr. ,' Wallace Tucker
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';*,:. Jane O. Cone J. G. Hicks Jack Pines Tom Turnbull
1 It r Ralph O. Cone Sam Huffsmith Claude R. Pope Rosco Watson
Willie L Jackson
\ W. M. Cone Billy Ross RaidenJ. Shirley J. WhiteheadT.
Hinton James Jr.
r ?! Dan B. Cooper B. ScottT. L WhiteheadJ.
Winston Lawless
I A'N I G. Carlton Dorr Edwin L Lawton A. Scott Mason Wines

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