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Title: Winter Haven Daily News-Chief
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Place of Publication: Winter Haven, Fla.
Publication Date: May 5, 1964
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Polk -- Winter Haven
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State's PollsMIAMI First 5 HoursVoting


(UPI!) Lured by wn described sal|
warm sunny weather and an "brisk" today In the Winter
explosive finale to the Rover llven area and with perfect,
nor'j' r.lceIonday! nl ht. huge primary election weather dated .
number of Floridians went to throughout the day, Polk
the poll early tod) to cut County war expected to break:
their ballot in the first priimnv easily It* aU-Ur. record for'
'' total voting In a primary
Florida' first precinct to Moat of the local precinct
report give Scott Kelly nearlya reported noon vote totals\ comparable
KELLY IN WINTER HAVEN TODAY-Polk County* candidate for governor, Scott to I edge over his nearest t ti to those of four yean

I Kelly loft her election M,.. opponent.
war today watching day developments accompanied by Mexico Beach, in Bay County
Kelly,, right, Kelly is greeting Mr. end Mrs Dan Winter a* th.y get ready to vote. completed Its vote before i

11 a.m. and Kelly got 33 vote News-Chief To
to 11 for Burnt, 11 for Dlckln-
ton, T for Mathews, 3 for Karl Compile Volo
Cuban Government Reports and 1 for High.Registration ;

supers hors from The Dally New.Chief of
Miami In Tallahassee agreed Hce *. Third 81., NW, will !M
that It looked like a record tote open lo lht for primary

Huge U.S. Arms Cache FoundHAVANA was"They In the were nuking lined up long before election A large return staff. will gather ,..

T o'clock It'* a good sign __ Ions from till Winter Have
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that the vote will be big said area and through ehrctMi
an official at Tallahassee r headquarters. .ht Bartow, frMIhrevglKMil
(UPI-Th) Cuban mere aid drum found IS Garand rifles The dory was the same In Polk CMBty,
government said today a fisherman II did not ?.y when the cache i 12 Browning! pistol 4 packets populous Dade and Broward -- - Tile return will lie avail
has found an "cnormou, was found uf C4 explosive 10 antlpraon counties on the Southeast coait.IliUiborough JAN-PHYL VOTES FIRST TIME AT OWN POUS-Waiting to vote today 'In one of able a* received. by tost
shipment' of American arm The cot tr itncnl communique net mines, 16 pack'ages containing and Fmellai on Polk' County' new precinct, No tS in the J..Phyl fire station, are, from ,left lobby pie, CY HIM, and visitor. .
and .-xplosives In an underwater laid armed forces personnel 16O timed detonating fuses the West coot Duval In North. Martin, Den. Frledricki! and William" A. Wilson The election board members I hllt.d I ire welcome larwgaovi UM
cache off the porth coast of uho opened the base and and a t cksge containing U, oo pad Florida, and other counties. are Mrs lobby Martin and Mrs Merle, lugt. "venlag.tgo. .
western Cu.b. Cuban pesos (to bills\ o!S, 10 Voting was described .11l'lk" ,
A government .t'\flMllt snd Wpenc. "'" \ at Tempi., "IMifoofat ., : "
he record]
printed In' ,Havana (/morning''r Short Meeting "The seizure of these arms Mig 'ai. "..... b81itIfl1h)" Crash Ki-lls.-Ten el U.ooo-odd. was primary set .
newspapers said the material and materials. for uptlsinga, terrorism at Jacksonville and "heavy" at Chamber 'Sets of
realignment precinct
were intended for sabotage. and sabotage, along Fort Lauderdale. The
antigovernment uprisings and with their unmistakable North Registration officials predicted which was completed linN the
the creation of "bandit gangs..' Held By County American origin and the method a record) turnout of .boIttUII.OOO last election mad compart
( The statement said th* fisherraan of infiltration employed, of the states I Ilion Y First MeetingOf At Saigon FieldSAIGON tons mean little. For Instance
found: the arms, explosive shiws the responslbllUy and direct registered Democrats and Northwest Winter llavea reported -
and a large quantity of participation of the govern 3M.ua registered Republican. ttt voteri by noon of.
Cuban banknotes In nine metal Commissioners anent of the United Slates in Six Democrats and three Republicans South Viet Nam lid the crash took: plato at 1.611 eligible to f.atlull\ In .'
boxes and eight waterproof thin new act of subversive ns sought the nominationfor Fiscal Year (UPIA) twin engine U S Tan Hlep tit strip about M that precinct, or XI per cent 'I
drums tied together underwaternear In a brief election day meetIng lure and open Interference in governorIn Army Caribou transport plan mile from Saigon In nearby Four yean ago, In the last ,
Cayo Las Cuba a small County Commissionerswent Cuban affairs" the comnium I another Important rare Newly-elected President Arnold crashed in flame shortly after Dinh Tuong Province comparable primary, the perceotage
ffshore Island. The cache was through a abort agenda and qua said. (Continued On Page I, CoL I) Stiver* of the Wlnler Haven takeoff south of Saigon today was U. I
secured by a rope to a shrubn adjourned In 30 minutes Chamber of Commerce an- kilting Id American and I Vietnamese Before tocl., crash the Northeast Winter Haven, )
ihe Islsnd'sihore. the itate- The eommlMloner awardedthe mounced that at him Brat meeting ,. wont Incident Involving American voting' at the Civic Center r*> !
bid for addition to the Polk of the fiscal year, on Thurs It was the worst single die military men In Viet Nam ported 700 voter by noon out
County stockade to R, W. Warren Advisor day !night, many of his appoint aster to American force since had been the twin crashes of of l.JM registered or about.
Report Soviet Deapard of Lake Alfred. His mesa would be made known the outbreak: of hostilities In the two 1134 US. Marine Corps b UIcopters :90 per t.DLSouth..t
bid was I28.480. and the program of work out Vietnamese anti Communist In the mountain of Winter Haves wa
They also awarded a contractfor Called Communist lined to the member of the central Vl"t Nam The helleop- voting a* usual at the National
a yesr'* supply of steel to Board of Gov.rnors.A warA U 1. military spokesman (Continued Oa Page I, Col. I) Guard Armory, with 1.111 reg.Istered .
Subs In CubaMIAMI Mine and Mill Supply of Lake- report will be made on _H ___ _ _ 600 had voted by noon,
land. The steel la used only WASHINGTON (UPI\) Rep Ice Earl WarrenHe the Installation dinner held at Jt cent.Southwest ,
a little at a time, and chair said that J Lee Rankm. the Lake Region Yacht and or per
Edward J. R Fla
.
Soviet submarines Gurney says
(UPI) High School PTSA was voting la s
man Wilmer McCutcheon said the Country Club
solicitor general during
lh.t. consultant to the
remain underwaterand commu 1oc.tioa-tb. cafeteria of
can new
they generally use ..* than Elsenhower administration and A summary will be mad of
glide Into nest of pen. atMantarsas lion investigating, assassins the old Southwest Elementary
truck-load the dead tree removal thai was
Bay Cuba, then unload one year. lion of President John F Kennedy now staff director of the commltik School With 1,111 on the registration
County Engineer Waldo undertaken a* a )joint projectof
had him Elects HeadThe
confirmed to McIver
>fl
troops and arm through Fielding read letter from the has been a member uf Redlicb'a with the Chamber Beautification books, the vote at
tunnel connected to the famed Sate Road Department turningdown three organizations cited as "association Committee, and Iht,1JI1.r Kav- noon was 140 or 21 per cent
BeUsmsr cave, an exile report request for traffic light Communist front groups by a the Emergency Civil Liberties en Woman' Club and the city. WI.i t r Haven High year are: James Meteor, pr,. For the city of Winter II*.
charged Monday at three intersection In Lake congressional committee Committee, the National Committee The status of the Polk Junior School Parent-Teschir fttudent idiot; Mrs Robert Ilirmon. van, whkh caa now be totaled I.
According to the report by land. The consultant Norman. Red. to Abolish the House un- College In light of recent Association held ao election of vice.president; Mrs, Ed Crawford madly because precinct I
Russian lich a New York Universitylaw American Activities Committee, and Roy Kirk boundaries I coincide with those
Nestor Carbonell Jr, The letter pointed out that happening will be dlaciianedby officer last night during Student secretary
have finished the construction the State Road Department had professor confirmed he .is and the Youth Committee .to the commute and the entire Appreciation Night. treasurer of the city limit, 1.000 voter
of the deep water sub pen laMantantaiBay mad. studies of the amount of a member of one of the group Abolish the House un-American Board. The new officer elected lo They were installed by Mr. had cast ballot by noon. With"
The report also traffic number of pedeatrlana, but denied that It was Com mu- (Continued On Page I, CoL I) (Continued On Page S, CoL I) serve for the 194-4 school It. K. Delk registration totaling T,m. tile
charged more than 13,000 Soviet- and.the speeds at the nistdominatedUurney Following the business meeting percentage who had fumed)
bloc troop and military technician Intersection*, and signal r'= said in a statement and election C H. Ortt. out la the first five hour was
arc still In Cuba. vices are not Indicated' at this that Redlich was a 'too-a-day c principal, spoke briefly and .introduced just a shade under 30.
Carbonell said he sent the time. legal conaultanf to the commission Walter Gessell whole Wettwood precinct voter
report prepared from Information Commissioners also faced a headed by Chief Just the school'eichsnge student were tiling \let tarn polling .
collected by various exile small problem from the city of 1 t from Vienna Austria plat at m tilt patt-the Di*
orgintiationa, to the chairmanof Lakeland. The city built streetto t I It Cestell spoke on his year trice I office With MM eB-
the U S. Joint chief of staff a sub-division but never got HaveniteSeeks In. tilt United States and Winter Bible to vote 44* bad cast bal
Gen. Maxwell D. Taylor. "I It off the county tax roll*. Haven sod compared tb' iota by noon the percentage
have not heard anything from They requested- the commta.- local school system to the one being the l loweat In the area.
General Taylor yet," Carbonell loo to remove It from the tai .. his countryA Only about IT per cent bad
**id. roll and pay back tilt axes Oratory TitleThe s panel of lour student pr*> (Continued On Page I, Cot 41
Mantissas, located on the paid by the city for the past vented a discussion on "A
four year Butler Understanding Between
north Cuban coast "is so deep However, tilt Lakeland litter Students, Tfschert and Parents Urgent Fire
Polk
that submarine do not have to Imperial Toast
did DOt mats when tin road
was The consisted of
panel
surface In order to reach the masters have entered Mr.
actually built Commissioner Bob student council! Call Ends
pen," the exile leader iiid The action Oscar Smith, wife of the president k HoUmeyer
postponed until
they get president Jer Reddlek, Diane
connected by tunnel of tb* local club ia tIM :
pen are this inforn Uao. Daniel, and Jerry Hill student Phone Confab
to the BeUamar cave, once a "Mr Toastmasteti contest : council prtel4l recently ...-
Doted tourist attraction but now being held .U Orlando Saturday
tied fur the 144 44 school year A* Elols teen-age& boy broke
used a* an arm and fuel depot night
i Th discuasloA was modcraUdby into a telephone conversation
the' report Bellamar**ld.The .complex la protected Safety Series TIM winner of the various e ) 1 1r.r by J K Hay, ysterdy and MM ..P..*..*
served
tub-dutrict speakers eiimiaa- Refreshment" were can the fire department'Fred
of
chain
by a military by the "hopttUiy. committee Duckworth m'D"t'vI
lion wBl vie for the
state U-
outposts, the report said. It
.fat charge of Mri. Dudley Backer tile lOA store la Efcia. was
tl and the
aid the tunnels cave and right to represent
Starts
peaare TodayThe and Mr*. ItoweU R. Ukk talking with Mr. Duckworth
under Soviet control Florida al the national cementlater II
The outgoing president offlc manager at th* Dally\
Carbonell also charged Russia la the year. .t th*
Petite Delk presided New*Chief, when the argent
:'i* pretending to withdraw aU Eighth Annual Safety Serle The "Mrs Toastmaster meeting. request toumtpud. their can.
of ita troop from Cuba when aponaored .by local merchaau --
contest will Hlmax Toastmaster They quickly bung up a4Duckworth
te reality there are still more and the Dally If.... f,
Week summoned the
which I a b
than U.OOO Soviet-bloc soldier Chief get tndcrway today. Fruit Shipments
observed the Etta Fire DepartmentTh
throughout
sag
ngtuUgbl of tilt aerie I* tilt
and technician digging in deeper -
United State this week The fir* ws* n th* kitchen of
oath* island." "Crmaad for Safety" alocaacoolest. wiaocr well f < arb>* Prizes will beavtrted recast. someroeaprizes
iron the Fruit a4 Va4a4 Shaw, immediately back
for th* bt slogans subtatttwl and gift. .
Aulopsy Set tMpectlo t..1IHM of the IOA Store
.by are ctudmt Complete >> Mr. Smith will lie among By rail. Uzt gre rvit. ,.. wan Wright who work atth <\.
SARASOTA (UPI)-A. autopty tall appear oa .page 12. the contestants representing oranges. by boat 42* "'0'". store grabbed a gard a
wa ordered OB the body of45yearold se-any n Toastmaster club from by (truck IX grapefruit. 14.--* bone sad played stream of
a man lo determine Ut Florid .t th* aoawal durtjictconveiKksi oranges total. 11.471 grapefruit water. late .the kitchen *xtia >
whether h* died W oleander Misty.Last yar** email winner sad baqot at the NEW PAUHT.TEAQdLSTUDENT OfflCMl-Nw 'Ielf' worn *U f.W lest Xt I lu oracgM for a ahJpptig risen the bias afore fir.
poisoniag.Polic was Mary Duke a IO-yset-0I4 Robot Meyer Motet .M Orlaav sight' .t t" emptier mating .f fit* Wl rtf H.v** High SC...l r.r.fIt.T.* hr.Srt said Monday "Jam** girl from Eagle Lak*. R'atop AtUcUtlo*. EJ* fd1 t. MTV for In. Harris a Negro bad been boaptUliMd ores Th ...... of safety are daTh district ,........ WarConUoMd frMirr: Mrs Robert Her***, vkipeesd..1 I. ; Mr. 14 Crwfr1, **
lor arveral day*. a* reaper of bappls.ea." ( : oa Page 1. Cos. 4) pr.aU.*.. awry total.tut.M hoses .



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Tuesday. May 5, 1964
Two WINTER HAVEN DAILY NEWS-CHIEF WINTER HAVEN. FLORIDA

STAMPS' POPULAR

Realtors Hear Talk On Land Red Cross To Honor |A NEW KWLAftD< YORK OM-lntereM)

I In trading stamps In England
la at an all-time high accordIng -

Reclamation By MenearW Founder On May 8The About to Industry one In researchers three Brltw

j. Menear, land manager to fee mlneo-out area from tile adults now save stamps to redeem -
for the Virginia CarolinaChem- phosphate plant, they out be Red Cross around the noske In Yugoslavia, hurricane* them for merchandise,
leal Co., WM the guest speaker planted over with crops. Many world will honor the organisa and volcano eruptions In CoMa compared with one In 10 adult
yesterday at the regular monthly acres of reclaimed: land have tlon's founder, Henri Dunant, on Rica. Cuba and Haiti are still who saved stamps during 1962
meeting of the Winter H.vtn bee planted in useful crane the anniversary of his birth, being aided in their recovery iays Sperry and Hutchlnsoi
Board of RMltors. roves, Menear noted, while May e, and also spotlight international through funds and supplies from Company. Ltd.
His talk dealt with the re- other acres have been planted humanitarian activities the Red Cross
cis m lion of ..I n.d-out with cover crops,such as grass now under way In In the United States Grant -
IowaKansas
tornadoes In Mlssourla ,
phosphate areas.Although The planting of crops on this numerous countries. pointed out, the American Red
Alabama Mississippi,
this experiment 1* quarts and Is something of an James T. Grant, chairman of Cross is at work providing Texas
fairly new, Mater told the said to the victims or the Georgia, Louisiana ; and I
eisjerlment In Itself he said, the Winter Haven Chapter assistance In floods In five slates of the OhIo
Realtors, great advances are as up until the reclamation 1d14i 14 new national societies of the earthquake and tidal waves
being madebyprlvatephosphatecompanies project began In .earnest many Red Cross have been created In Alaska, California and. Oregon, River Valley.
to get rM of ttieprobiem authorities were skeptical as to the put year. The new groups, --
of "eyesores," which are whether or not crops would admitted to the League of Red
left following a mining opera- survive on the pilings. But it 1 Cross Societies at the Centenary
tion.On has been proved they will"grow Congress held in Geneva,
1962, the first year of the and grow well," Menear said Switzerland, last fall, represent
reclamation drive, he said 70 and he noted that "this soil is 11 African, one American. IJARRIthGOOD
per cent of the mined-out land probably as rich as any topsoil 't K 1 and two Asian nations, he said. !
was reclaimed: and In 1963, In Florida". Dunant, a young Swiss banker,
TS per cent was reclaimed.The : Following his talk a color visualised the organlcatlon,
land Is filled In with'iplllngi slide program on active reclamation which later became the Red
\ ." Which consist of projects of the Virginia Cross, of a world-wide organization -
real fine, nearly 100 per cent Carolina Chemical Co. R of societies to give neutral -
quarts And, he said. Attar the was presented by C. N. Finch, + t protection to the 111 and
pilings are literally "floated" assistant land manager. I wounded In time of war. GARDEN BUYS
The slides highlighted an area "Dunant's witnessing by

SECOND THOUGHT along Highway 17 between Bar- change, of terrible sufferingand Wed. Thurs. May 6th 7th
LONDON (UPI) -Erie Hart tow and High Springs which Is neglect: ofbattlefleldwound-
threw out four volumes of being filled with pilings and ed and dying Inspired his
drawing which bid laid in the planted over with cover crop action," Grant said.
and "He to be
orange trees.Futch happened Journey-
attic of his home near Bldeford
for more than a century But described the slides SPEAK TO REALTORS-W. J, Menear, left, and C. N. Futch, center, both of the log through the little town of rlus
and after the program,both men Chemical the speakers yesterday at the Solverlno, Italy, on a business
Hart bid second thoughts about Virginia-Carolina Company, were special guest PLANT
In 1859. Outside the town
the volume. and he recovered were members asked numerous of the board.questionsby regular monthly meeting of the Winter Haven Board of Realtors. Richard Danttler, right, French trip and Austrian troops had t1YAluBLE
them from the collectors the the absence of the president Ernest N Hudson
garbage Mayor Richard Dan tiler presided presided over meeting in Just tough a major battle. IRON
The volumes of old muter
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over the meeting In the "In their wake was a scene
drawings were sold Monday for absence ofthepresldentErnest of carnage and suffering all too

$28.000 N, Hudson Two Virginia Polk Agriculture Service common following battles fought
In those days.They had left their
wounded on the field unattendedand Turf Builder is America's No. I

Policemen Celebrates 50th BirthdayThe were without dying. food. Many of them lawn fertilizer. Trionized for sus

ELECTIONRETURNS, "Dunant townspeople mobilized as volunteers the nearby to- ..w- tained feeding. Recommended for

Florida Agricultural Extension the president of the Universityof do what little they could do to "1. Bahia, St. Augustine, Centipede
Service celebrates Its Florida through the Provost ease the .oldlen'suffering,attempted ".
Shot To DealhFREDERICKSBURG golden anniversary Friday according for Agriculture. He Is also to bind up their wounds, & Bermuda lawns.

to Jack T McCown, responsible to the administrator gave them water and food, and
Polk Agriculturalagent. of the 4,000 SQ. FT.
Va. County Federal Extension made them comfortable as
(UPI) Two policemen were The service started in 1914 Service for the use of federal possible," said Grant. COVERAGEONLY $4 95
found shot to death here early when county commissioners, funds, and for carrying out federal Dunant decided to attempt to
today and police issued a statewide the University Florida and the policies arouse the consciences of .
alert for two men believedto Federal government pooled resources nations to this neglect. He pub-
POLK COUNTYAND be wearing .blood stained to help the termers to Of Hill lished and widely circulated a
clothing do a better Job, organizing a Body vivid account of his Solferlno

One of the victims was found program of traveling teachers Returned To experience, "Souvenir of Solf
slumped over the steering culled "county demonstatlon erlno," which turned out in till> Y
agents". They--and their something of a sensation
wheel of a patrol ear, parked HometownCOVINGTON
STATEWIDEWE'RE at a shopping center. The other female counterparts, the home "Thanks to this little pamphlet -
demonstration agents--went out and to his many personal
was found sprawled on the
Into the rural areas of the state Tenn. (UPI- contacts and letters to national
,. STILLAROUND ground beside said the the car and and became the local representatives The body of William Green Hill, leaders," Grant said, "Dunant' -
Police pistols .
of the University of Florida s one time hero of a famed chil Idea of national societiesof
handcuffs of the two officers
drens book who died a pcnnl. volunteer workers organized
were missing The going wasn't always easy. less derelict, will be returnedto throughout Europe, their Initial
Police said the killings occurred
Many farmers thought they were his hometown here for burial purpose to alleviate suffering

I YOUR CONSTANT) WHEN THE and sometime 5:30: I.m.,between EST. 1sm doing pretty well operating their Wednesday. among the take casualties" of war, e>r d4I
establishments "the way pa began to hold.
COMPANION The victims were Identified "the bad little
Hill, who was
could Eleven nations
done It" They see no European'
SUN GOES as Sgt. Roy Wright 31, and reason to change. Many felt boy' In Frances Boyd Csl were signatory to 1864 Geneva
Patrolman W Frank Mines 27, the county agent might. well houn's children's book, "Miss Convention rules aimed toward
DOWN both of Frederlcksburg go about his business else*, Minerva and William Green correction of the many abusesof
'. _, I where, "because I ain't term., Hilt) ," was found dead SaturdayIn neglect and callousness to
PTAChanges Inc half as well lit I tnnw how s railroad freight car near which wounded and ill among the
Snively to now." Besides, they mistrusted Pueblo Colo An empty wine fighting forces were subject
Date what they called''booklarnln' bottle was beside the body. "Today," said Grant Some
". 102 nations are members of the
But the county agents kept His only possessions were League of Red Cross Societies, LMMIu
WSIRRADIO For MeetingThe trying and demonstrating and some poor clothing, s birth rertificate which continue wartime humanitarian
s Hutchison, Ken II
winning over Influential local works and also manypeacetime
regular meeting of the leaden Today, the ExtensionIdea brary card!, and the bottle activities, particularly -
John A. Snively Elementary
has become sucks success In the field of disaster
School PTA has been postponed allover Hill's sister Mrs S. A Hsmllton relief."
that It la being Imitated
from tonight until tomorrow of Covington said she had
the world. World Red Cross Day this
.1
night, Alfred Hays, principal, Modern agricultural extension not seen her brother since he year will find the Red Crossat
announced today. Is a teacher with many psssed through Covington five work around the world conducting 4etVyy
An election and Installation of
: classrooms, and many subjectsto years ago relief activities for
1490THE officers will be held, and a program
teach. victims of disasters and conflicts -
by the school glee club, Mrs Edwin Brown one of the than
Do you want to know more In more a dozen
under the direction of Mrs.
: few remaining characters In
about caring for the lawn around countries
Emma Affeldt, will be presented. the novel about the children of
your home or the best methodof Relief action, Grant said, Is
growing your prize shrubs? the town remembered Hill a-. under way Algeria, the Congo, Effective protection
NEIGHBORLY The meeting will belnat 7.30: Extension can help. "the bad little boy in a book Morocco Somalia and Tanganyika
p.m.DOVttLK. Do you want to know the of children's pranks and nilsbehaviour In Africa, In India and East against chinchbugsRecent
BANK OF LAKE ALFRED latest method of controlling citrus ." Pakistan; and In Yemen, where
; MITY/ the International Committee of
rust mites or corn ear-
CORDIALLY Mrs Calhoun. author of the evidence of serious thmchbug invasions on local
ST LOUIS fUPII> Army worms? Extension can give you the Red Cross Is operating a
INVITES YOU Sergeant Major Karl H. Kruseis the answer. book which was published In hospital for the sick and wound- lawns has brought many homeowners to us for advice
an Air Force man. You may find out what you 1909 and ran through 37 edi ed of the war between Royalists We are happy to be able to tell them of new \tWIT- from
TO ATTEND THE Kruse a number of the 21st want to know by reading a bulletin lions. was a neighbor of 11111 and rebel forces &:.OIU- a clean, granular product that is easily applied with
General Hospital reserve unit or other publication, attending and his family Victims of last year's earth- the Scout Spreader
here la an Air Force executivein a training school or
civilian life Kruse Is chief clinic seeing a TV program Kwit stops chinchbugs completely-and fast Without
ELECTIONPARTY of the requirements branch of or film or calling on your endangering children or pets. Protection h guarantied for
the U 8 Air Force Film Library county agent Or you may get a full two months

Headquarters and Is In chargeof your Information from a radio r j ere At the first suspicion of chinchbugs (or if they have
the worldwide distribution of program, a story In the newspaper -
II.ft million In training films or a leaflet. already appeared in your immediate neighborhood) you'dbe
As any army reservist Kruse Key to manning these diverse well advised to apply new Kwil Figure IMS than l I'

has more than 20 years service Extension classrooms throughout minutes to treat 2.500 sq ft. Well worth itKM .
;1 the state Is modern, mass S Sw
communications plus a networkof

7:15: PM TILL ? cooperates county workers with many organizations Extension- IT to treat 2.500 sq fig 5.95

too. It often leads In developing '
For Mothers Day
ff ;
e these groups, stepping
Direct Broadcast Circuit out when the organlutlon can ea
i go ahead on its own. BEAUTIFULBLOOMING
From Bartow Headquarters Sixty-six county and 55 home

I i demonstration agents serve
Rapldflre Returns Florida Also on the Job of In-
formation-giving are assistant atmtmbelhr1
AP State Returns agents and associate agents. A ? 11E Gloxinias,
SnaS Corporation . staff of six district agents, ;
responsible to the director: of tV\ Mums
r. +i i.
EXTRA PROFITS AND Extension, supervise these + .
agents 1 r Q I African Violets

TAXSAVINiTHROXNAPROFITSIIARING Besides the county agents, House Plants
a corps of specialists workat
PlAN the state level. Their duty Artificial Flowers
S'R ls to keep the county agents
YOUR A ...... gfchol plan. can m. up-to-the-minute on the latest and Foliage
research developments and to
asses prw/lN eM fa seehigater

every ejWcer end emplevee make fields recommendations of:specialty. In their meal I Monison's'offers FREE FREE DELIVERY SERVICE ea Minimum rift'Ve'gi "
9STATION el yew mapony while yen CM*. The Agricultural Extension Every it you a CHILD'S PLATE
d... IurMftr eM bxpnveuntil. choice of 12 salads 8 entrees, 8
Service Is administered by a
9, u .. We/ will gIve yew efe* staff headed by the director.He 8 Dreads and Y_ MISn \ G '$rA :1p:
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Clerggpen |The Weather--Local, State And National] Five Sailors Rev. Hestra Speaks- vmnlSi. kit Here Is married and tI. ,

Kvngsilo delta will be the
I To Continue Die In Gitmo KUCII .pe5| her at he First As- father of two children.
sembh ofOodCktiroh tomorrow The public I is cordially' 1'-'
t night at 7.M cited to hear ,th* Rev N>'s "
E > He wa, recently improved for speak, according to the !H
6 Mi1efieldWA. appointment to Italy by the Aatemblu Emerson Jews! pastor
Rights FightBy G D I 'i of God Foreign Mt.tonl ..-
'r o
Department
MM) \
H late-night librru imlod . A ru''I ve of Rochester. New
mini in
InUed Press.............. .. e'i,0L" death for five .\tn'flt'an tailor.. York, i"W| Rev. Nests Is of Italian nt NTrNG IUYIRS
\ group of clergymen vowed ; .... when their hart rut bark :n d,,, "nt and speaks the Itall -
today to take up the fight to the Navy Gun'namll' Cube, l Ian Ian \I'''. During the past IN POLl COUNTY
I all facilities 12 yrai" s he haspastewedanum-
her of HAVE LOST A FRIEND
churches
.it Nashville Teen a US minefieldA liallan-BpMklng -
In >h". United Stale. In this
Rabbi Randall Falk laid .
Navy spokesman aid Monday
x4, h bad I
way < opportunity lo teem
more than tOO ministers would the sailors I PI'f'al't'dc'o
more ilxiul the custom and Whoa 0.e'.." Hu..i. 0.'
march hall to '
city appeal
on M. been .headed 1 lo or from a
rI cultur.
for complete desegregation at a swim M a beach urea near the r. of bin people Since W.cV, chief for iv.n ,..ri
m..nlf ending the "explo.ive 9v T H hue Saturday when they, act ---- - .- .- his Ital tether was, amtsalaerytb.re who passed awayin Ned *** .t.V. all th. MopUwk '
)
racial climate In the Tennessee hoc. ,"..Ii"i '" llrC
AIR yR s reels of explosions in the REV. NESTA for two and one-heir. years, the t
capital NIt eW area at the end of the lie*. Nests, U already acquainted ....''.'< of
About 130 demonstrators 8 !J :..AJi.8o ...... They had swimming with the work and organisation the o...Illy tky ..'......
staged protests at a half...., rAlW ? .. R. C Imnki and hath towed with Camera Club of the ......Assemblies
restaurants In downtown Na.h. ....... 01 Gad
One u tPy D*.*t* h,1 ." *.,l I. .yo ana
ville Monday restaurant The.
minefield
\IS designed toditeewt. In preparation for missionary
lowered Itt racial barriers and .. Cubans from entering service, the K.v. Nesta wit 1 1 t riii'iB. whisk 1 w.ntkftwcjli
served four Negroes Monday %ihfl.1&!lloJ"'J.J 9- 5-y the bate, especially atnight. To Plan LabThe graduate! from Northeast Bible .>" plat .sd..1 '.'
',
..... .
There was tome scuffling Institute' Green tans. Pennayl- vl III for f w uldnM
among Negro picket and white IIIJ we.f The Navy said (hat fluanta second meeting of the t ,!I."y place !0'
onlookers at the civil rights name authorities could only! Winter Havrn Camera Club Wf."O'.
drive entered Its It'tOndII'm speculate a* to the cause of the will be held at I p m. Tiara Royal Arch
in Nashville SNOW AND THUNDERSHOWERS-Thunderihower* are predicted for the South. tragedy"' became there'
were at the Park clubhouse
day Rotary .
&W*.W, fr kr. .... .! .
<
In Detroit a civil rights rallyin and Central Plaint the. Great Lake the and the witnesses.
Irn R.g1on upper Mississippi Valley no The minefield is Ave C and SUth StME .,, ....
It. work,
front of the General Motors Gulf State Snow it forecast for the Southern PIt..". Clear tket! and warmer temperatures impossible to enter without. t w* m m
Corp headquarters caused a are forecast for the rest of the nation climbing a barbed.wire fence Highlight of the meetingwill Sets Dinner .Uit.
mammoth traffic jam Monday and li surrounded by warning l be presentation of plant
Negroes accused General Mo Florida Zones LOCAL OUTLOOK Temperatures sign! for the club photo center and Royal Arch Masons Chap
tars of discriminatory hiring Generally fair with high today The victims! were members of Ub ter will hold lit regular
practices Police said about 500 Panhandle 82 to 86. Low tonight 60 By l'nked Peens let.raetlosal the crew of the US8 Boxer. a Everyone attending it hi monthly family night covered
demonstrators andaround 3000 dear to partly cloudy and to 65. Northerly winds 10 to Low lII.b former aircraft carrier now uaed vited to bring up to tin tJtdet dish' dinner Thursday night THE PEOPLE AT THE
spectators congested the area mild today and WednesdayHigh 20 miles per hour Albuquerque $4 75 a. an amphibious assault or prints for showing to the at 6 MAll .
impeding trafficAt Atlanta 54 76BWmisghann !!hip and aealyala
group members are requested STARPRESSFor
today IS to M, low tonight
Pittsburgh Monday night, H 56Beaton The victimi, all teamen.were Person desiring further Information to bring their favorite dish
the general conference of The M to 66. Editor GetsPulitzer 48 17 MenNfied at about the dub Rolls and coffee will be fur
Methodist Church railed: upon North Chicago gl II Richard Garrett. II, ton of should call Mel Lowe CY Dithed.
all pastors and church officials Generally fair today and Cleveland 11 Mrs. Anna Del Bene of !MMontgomery J4US4.
to seek an end !10 racial injustice .
Denver
41 n Ave. OreansMeNV .
in society as well as in 10 Wednesday, low tonight High today around 75 60 to PrizeLEXINGTON 1 Detroit ;li 1'JlcklClll"Uko l..rlll1'll'. ,. \.cHenn BUILDING MATERIALS Call CY 3-3139

the church." In a report at Northerly winds 10 to 20 miles fa" Steven C Knight 19, ton of .I t r,>"dtn Jr 19, on
firming the principle of the per hour. Kansas CRy 68' Mr. and Mrs. Charm' C Knight of Mr amt i Mi |(enr\ J I'ar $ r
Negro rig"itt movement the Mis (UPI) lea Angeles. 1$ 110MI.ml of ITI Nerwond Ave (Cranston dan of H Montana ATrrn. ,3pj r
confererce in effect approved Northeast An outspoken woman weekly 11II 81Mlemi R.I. Inn NJDm _
civil disobedience in rare in Partly cloudy and cool today newspaper editor finds it difficult Beset ill 81 Arthur II. Orr 21' hu,h nd it id N IM I It. 10 ,"ot,, if MI
stances where adequate: legal and Wednesday; High today to believe the won a Pulit Twin Cities N 10N.w Mrs Wanda Summer' (On >rIMS and MrI",m .' I'\i I I. i Ri ",,', Bagwell Building Supply Rl"R:;sgs
recourse It not: available upper 70's, low tonight around ter prize Orkess6 10Nt'w Old Spartan Brush Alt,t i I"nnn K,
E.sewhere: : 65. Small craft warnings displayed York u 09
Chester, Pa.: The Chester for northerly winds 15 Mrs. Hare) Brannon Smith, Orlando $8 77M
school board caught in a campaign to 25 miles per hour with rough who has battled a wave of leg J uladefphas a 11J
against alleged school seas and tidca 2 to 3 feet regitionlst sentiment, said she J Phoenix . 4.76 % .
segregation, met Monday night above normaL "never really thought a weekly Raleigh 4 15Sf.
amid reports It would resign en editor could ever win one inMississippi" Louis M 12 I % itf
masse The group, however, Central San Francisco5 54\
made no announcement at the Generally fair today and But, Mrs. Smith, editor and Seattle' 411. SO .s3QL etg rnt 1
conclusion of the meeting Wednesday High today 82 to publisher of the Lexington Ad. Tampa 'II
86, low tonight 60 to 65 Northerly .
:
Washington: The US Supreme vertlser, was awarded the Washington M 'fa
Court Monday left intact winds 10 to 20 miles per ----
prize Monday for her steadfast of Winter
hour. Haven
the neighborhood schools
con adherence to her editorial UNSURE DRIVER
ct'ptII'hlch Negroes claim South duties In the face of great pressure HATFIELD. England (VPJJohn )-
amounts to de facto segregationin Generally fair today and and opposition" Rcnnle, 17, told magla-

.that it sometimes. leads to Wednesday, High today 82, Her longtime editorial crusade rates( Monday It took him 45
all white or all Negro schools '
low tonight In the 60 .. Northerly
minutes
to cover the two miles
has resulted in a boycottby
Tuskcgee. Ala. Four
: Negroesougb winds 10 to 20 miles
per home In the car he had just
all the local advertisers in
> public posts today in hour. Small craft warnings bought for $1.,80 because he e
her paper here and in three
Macon County where registered
displayed Miami northward was not sure how to drive Ren .e.The
other weeklies she owns In Mia
Negro voters exceed white .
vat .
mainly for rough sets and nie pleaded guilty to driving
*/s, ..* tides 1 to 2 felt above normal. slsslppl without Insurance I driver's U. ......... :
I ".W''I".t Police Job oavinat avid roan Assodatloni
announced "I've'a I w a y k reported the cense license plates and lights Specialized
Monday the surrender of a Keys condemned brutality .
truth and police
II .
was fined $73 80 and prohibIted
sixth member of a teen-aged Generally fair today and ," said Mrs Smith who from for ,
driving
Negro gang believed trained by Wednesday; High today 82, low has stubbornly refused to soften a yearShe'll STOP WISHING'
Black M u 111 I I m a to attack tonight 72 North and northeast her editorial policy.
whites. winds 10 to 20 miles per
Trenton N.J.: A bill aimedat hour. In her editorials. Mrs. Smith "
forcing school) children belonging has battled the (white) Cltieni S'7tt
to the Black MUllimnciltrell.ou. Councils, arch segregatiomata START FISHING l
; s sect to salute Winds local authorities and her read
the flag and recite the Pledgeof Blustery crs

Allegiance as part of their "I've strived for an open,
daily classroom routine la expected clear atmosphere of freedom tit"I'/
to reach the state Senate Hit MidwestBy without fear of intimidation or .:j,
floor next Monday reprisal if we're to keep up
with the 20th century" aha hs
SIIOP IN WINTER HAVEN "
I'nlud Press International ssidMrs ." s
Smith said her husband
Tornadoes, blustery winds 'lop" i I:
fired admlnia-
Walter was as
"IIATLCS COME TOTOWN" and
hall
damaging winged .
trator of the Holmes County '
I'll"
MAY 10.11.12TONIGHT through the Midwest Monday
General Hospital as a result of
IS THI NIGHT TO night, turning farm buildings U her tough editorial' policyA
GO OUT TO A MOVIE! tinder and mapping power 1100000 suit is pending In love you I
lines
circuit court against Mrs Smith for these
Pick vase friaJs carefully' A tornado sliced through and her newspapers by two
_
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but sae Pi.csnlr1c i
northwest Jones County lows white policemen aa a result of
causing heavy damage to two her editorials of the shooting of .
farms It blew down sheds, June. I3"
barns and slacks of timber at Mrs. Smith i black haired' 9aas.arm
the farms and ripped out utility woman who speaks her mind
poles and power lines despite the popular thinking of .
a Last Times Today A tornado and hits winds hit the predominantly segregation

.__.IIAIIIIDIIMDI- at least two western Wisconsin 1 lit state, publishes weeklies at
MHO NP/EN PETER' SQ1E1tS counties, :reveling barns at least Durant Flora and Jackson ta
ROBERT WAGNER CATUCMf three farms A farm worker addition to her paper here All -

m PINK pwrnmu.ClAOOUCARDmAU. was Injured seriously when have a combined circulation of
struck hy flying deals from a about 10,000.
.. : : damaged barn Mrs Smith a native of Cads
as.wwa..rr 2wMt.TS Severe thunderstorms moved den, Ala, was graduated from \. .

through the Duluth.Superior the University of Alabama She .IIIJf1
TOMORROW along the Wisconsin and Mmnev said she chose to practice Jour !'

thru v> border High wind. MindIng oallsminMiaaisanpps'bychoice .......
SATURDAYHAVEN rain and hall pelted the ."
Lake Superior harbor cities, "Now that she had attained but adore
causing aa estimated $100000 this goal, she ought to be bliP you

I damage ,." said State Rep Wilbur for this You don't just dream about a vacation, you take
Hooker of of the
Wet mow fell In the higherof Lexington one
,I RTlL. ions of the Rockies w'llle: founders of a weekly established one when you save regularly with our help. You'llfind

I II II cold showerse0 st the tower bert to fight I MrsSmith's CMMU MS rani Put m sw too, that our generous earnings payable like
I elevation Widely Mattered paper
II
I NGs'Gj Far Maiimaai West. temperature readIngs Holmes many County years have that she thoughtfor baa travel a lot more fun. Perhaps It's time to stop In

I *sJAMESBUID ranged from the 40. In taken the stand she has on esslat and become acquainted.
western MaMaaa te slightly I matters hoping to win a 1
1 I. rPITp over 100 .ta the tower Rta Pulitzer PrIM"

! Grande Valley ef Texas Mississippi a e w s m e a who
; DALE Pair skies estesided from the have received Pubtier prizes TV & APPLIANCES
Gad Coast to New Eat *** are editor Hoddtng Carter of
J DRIVEINTHEATRE where temperatitres were ailed the Greenville Delta Democrat Corner 4.h t Ave 0, NW.
, flu: were emperta4 lo drop today Time and Ira Harkejr, ferntcrPascsgouta
Phone CY 432 I
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-Winter. -- Haven' Daily News-CMef Today's IIIProject Letters To Television In Review I

W: i.: S.TNIMON. ........rSiellia.i
AetM. to tile HMlakai. Alert "
JOHN W. RVNERSON. By VtKrWN 8CMTiSJimnit Groucho even provided t the

--- -'Yllli.h.i felly. ((ftp* Setae**) by MM WluHr Ha*** CommentaryBy Cuisai'iaihiatHOLLY sex appeal far the show In tiN!

,.....i.hin. C... IK, ''I* 3rd stud. N.W.. Was$, H*_, H deCHAHliS The EditorDear WOOD (UPI-) person of Us striktagly pretty, '
By MAJOR AL LONG, USAR Ret Greuelao Marx was back oa tel. wife Eden n the role of a bus\

_GOSHORN ._ ; ...,., ......; PHIL NBVTOOM evlslee Friday nIaIJt ud looked band hunting glamor .....1.GrouetIt' .
UPI Fweaga Keys "....,*tHam Editor the time .
having return
Analyst If be were was Ilk
JACK IEAHAN Awglds IdN.e Last Tuesday night I attendeda as *>-
something pathetic
wi iiilie\ ins an old Mead again. after.
of !
P T"lRi SULLIVAN Adw.NdM M.s.l.r yet slmultanexmsly humorous .ia very enjoyable and Interesting old) familiar absence. More
-- '- ANOTHCR MCtt IN "OIlIer ratous hlbd. these affair. It was the annual Chamber He starred in an long important
the from Seoul
NATIONAL ADVMTIIIN.. MMWMNTATIVI dispatches WASHINGTON T attempts are fear e< his disclosure of Commerce banquet The property./"Time for Elisabeth. ly. it was a reminder from ,mold

SIte""." a AtMcleto., 'kw. a....... III. which told of 500 grade school MANION POftUM. Vol. 4, of h) Aflsericasv working food was delicious the company which be co-authored with Norman master that television "K
children demonstrating against No. 7. 1M4. St. Joseph for the KCB (Soviet Secret Crasna about 100 years show business and that show
Itro4; .t Scn1 C..;.; M.II M...*, ...*. i, 114 a* *. ft* OMk.In I decision reached by their April id most enjoyable, the program performed in business should be
Bend lad PoBce), 12 the State and hal amusing
Bank BMg, South Depart- nice and
was even ago
very
N.eld..sdw ef Marck
WI"**, Ma_,, aef i. I IT* .......
--.. Quote: "Wbe one of the meat., four .In the CIA sod three the speeches were good The countless editions on the road. entertaining not a big traumas
The demonstration did not members of the Soviet delegation In the U. S. scientific laboratories. outgoing president commendedthe It was a romp for the master ic u 11 I u r a I and educationiiarena

'b MtMKft AWMT IVKCAU Bet very far because these wereehJMrtn to the 0diuI'm.. ." incoming president, the incoming of the Jittery eyebrows and .

: : of CIRCULATIONS still possssssd of a certain ment conference suddenly disappeared The American people while president commended doable take Grouch Marx had a good

'.....-. .. amount of awe for authori in February, observers all this has been going on, have the outgoing president, the outgoing It was a romp for viewerstoo. time Friday night and so, I suspect

ty.And from East and West focused been told repeatedly that thereIs president thanked the Pared down to an hour for did everhone who watch.dAlmanac

toAltoAl AMain so when police sternly alarmed attention on the no "internal threat" from many people for their cooper. the Bob Hope-Chrysier Anthology it.
M.mb.rNATIONAL UNITED rRHt INTERNATIONAL teM! them to go back to school moved
the Communists. comedy
case Indeed it Is ation this past year. Some were the light
r EDITORIAL The Urn*.** Pratt It .....,.d t. the .It they promptly did so. without the
It was soon discovered that fashionable to ridicule those named individually, some by along pleasantly
for rapubMcarwri .f aH ., ..1"....,
ASSOCIATION printd The pathos arises from the
ill this n.wtp.p.r as wall ., .11|| UNN the Russisn-whose name Is who suggest that there may be committees and some were terribly orient laugh track that
fact the
'IW t DitM'cliaa. they simply were aping Yuri Nossenko-had defected rounds for a thorough Investigation awarded certificates Then the haunts other comedy shows.
acts of their older brothers and of the introduced Itself bombed on
State
and was subsequently ranted Depart'meat. Incoming: president The play
ADVERTISING DEADLINE sisters In adopting a means of asylum In the United States. But now It 1s high time his fine slate of new officers and Broadway and age hasn't Im

CLASSIFIED DEPARTMENT. pressure which has become And It is reported that he has that the public demand that his new Board of Governors. proved It much It had Groucho By United Pre. International
ly ha Word I P M. Pr . Day. the Inch I .104. Pravlavi D. .
: i ut ly ) more and more a way of life Is Tuesday May 5
Laqal Norlcai: I PM. ,...1.., Doc Sunday Edition Daa..tlini Friday. now revealed to American officials both Noasenko and Goleniewski Never was there a more deserving as a middle aged man who Today the
DISPLAY DEPARTMENT) In the Republic of Korea's turn some startling Information be given a full and Immediate group These men who giveof finds himself In miserable retirement 126th day of 1964 with 240 to

Sundav H, ..o_1 P.M. Thurtdiy; Maitday Edition-i P.M. Friday; bang efforts to make Itself -namely, that there are hurln,. Let us listen to their their time and effort to im In Florida Itching to follow.

J TuaHay Edition-Noon Saturday: W.d".....,, Thund.y and Friday a self-sustaining democracy. Soviet espionage agents inside disclosures; If the State Department prove this wonderful commun- return to his job in New York The moon Is approaching its t

P Ed.. .,_J P.M. Tw. D.yi m Advaaea. Demonstrations by college our Central Intelligence Agency and the CIA are Innocent ity of ours City, and eventuality that was new phase.
'1 students throughout Korea led let them it. Then Bill Rynerson w. eawarded predictable. But The morning star is Saturn
.M.mb.r Southern Ntwip.p.r ,...bli.h... Auaalarian aid the State Department.The prove After downright
M.mbar Florid ,.... Atioilotlon to the fall of the Syngman Nossenko case brought all they should have nothing to the Bankers Cup for shortcomings of plot and dialogue The evening star is Venus.

Rhee government which admittedly back: to light another even fear from a full Investigationunless the third time, thereby retiring were hardly noticeable as On this day In history:

SUBSCRIPTION RATES had grown old and more startling story-the they do have something it. What happy man he must the most talented of the Marx In 1821 France's Napolion
ly Carrlar or Mail corrupt. In these demonstrations to hide something the be to have this honor bestowedon Brothers mugged his Bonaparte died in exile on UK
along way
Y..., 20 month .10 I montht. events which were discovered
fll ; ft. ; 1411; I month, 'I.U
; in the spring of 1960 island of St. Helena.In .
nearly him and how fortunate
line of what the Soviet defectors we through the role.
from Investigating the testimony
waakly, 31 e nti. Singl. Capi.it Daily I contti: Sunday, 10 ""h.
200 students died, more than of one Michael Golenie- are saying.Professional are to have a person like him Just as on his old "You Bet 1925 a biology teacher in
TELEPHONE CY,.... Ml"I' ,000 were injured and 200 wskl. whitewashes In In our midst. To work so hard Your Life" quiz show Groucho the Dayton Tenn., public school

maimed. "Goleniewski" la a pseudo Washington have already giving of himself whenever and refused to take himself seriously. system was arrested for teaching

Within a year the students nym which the man used for thrown a shroud over the whenever his efforts are most Neither did he treat the the theory of evolution in

A Thought For Today"Paul were back In the streets again, protection. He was a Polish Bobby Baker case, deprivingthe needed. As I sat there I felt very script nor television cameras violation of a state law.
this time demanding the to be member of In 1939 Poland refused! 10
member of the Soviet secret public of its rights to know proud a a with any degree of solemnity.
resignation of the government police who defected to the United what Is going on In govern group of people who give their Indeed it was his Irreverencythat agree to Adolf Hitler's demandfor

an apostle (special messenger) of Jesus headed by Premier John M. States In 1960. New York ment. Let us not allow that time so that we might have abetter gave the hour real charm cession of the City of Dan

the will the Chang Journal American reporter same shroud to cover up sub place to live. and honest humor. zig to Germany.In .
Christ
by (through) of ( purpose and The Chang government had Guy Richardson revealed the version and Infiltration-or the And then it was over! ! I It heightened the contrast 1953, the Federal Republic

choice of) God, to the saints (the consecrated let proved Itself a weak substitute facts of the whole Goleniewski shroud will soon be over us all. couldn't believe my ears it with present day comedy series of Germany (West Germany I

apart ont) which are at Ephesus who are the faithful for the Rhee regime Whateverelse case In several I articles published Ask your Congressman, your couldn't be over but it was. which are dedicated to repetitive became a sovereign state
the faults of the Rhee Yes, these together and A thought for the day-Presl.
government Senators and all candidatesfor men i I.e. "The
Beverly
(loyal) in Christ J eB'Ul. Eph. 1 :J last month. Goleniewski: revealed gags
Cleveland
work hard for the dent Graver
a tolerance of com individually once
those offices whether they Hillbillies, "The Dick Van
in
1960 remember that
,
"Saint" here has about the same meaning as"Christian" munism had not been among there were leaks to the Soviets plan such an investigation Let Chamber of Commerce'!, and as Dyke Show" and "Pettitcoat said: "Public officers are the
them Under Chang Communists I said before no one could be servants and agents of the
has today when it is used in its proper directly from the U.S. embassy them know you will not vote Junction.
from Japan and North Korea more deserving. But what of the people to execute laws which
for them unless they do. End His relaxed approach make
in Pol.nd-leak. of
Dr. Important
sense. Albert L Carnett terribly "
streamed Into the country man who is the Chamber of the people have made
other comedians seem as If
security matters. He
reactivating their cells In Commerce? What of the man
every they are pressing. Groucho simply
said that he knew personally
district of Seoul, In Pusan, In. who holds it together, what of didn't give a hoot. lie figured HOW, DAM 5/C\S'
some of the Communist agentsIn
quote.Memories the who is there from dawnto
News Chief EditorialsVoted chon and other cities.In CIA and In the State Depart dusk man and times after if he was having a good MORGAN HILL Calif ''UPI'. '
May 1961, after only many
a ment. time the audience would too. Chamber of Commerce officials -
dusk What of the matter
no
year in power, the Chang government Subsequent investigation of man He was right. plan to replace highway'
how busy, who will stop to
fell to a military Junta Golenlewskl's statements by Before beginning rehearsals signs proclaiming "Morgan Hill

Yet? which remained In power until the FBI did uncover one high- 20 Years Ago listen, advise, help in so many Groucho observed that one of -The Dam End of Santa CIlia
. people he his never seen
last winter's elections In ways
which ranking U. S. diplomat who Pvt. Kennon Johnson and television's great faults Is thatit County" Intended to point outlive
before, people who want to start
Junta leader Chung lire Park hit brother-In-lew, Sherwood takes Itself too seriously Not nearby reservoirs
then member of the
was a
If haven't voted by the time that you read embassy new businesses and are unfamiliar -
you switched from his
military role staff In Warsaw. The diplomat Lewis, were both stationed at Groucho. The Irrepressible Morgan Hill's progress has
this editorial, hustle off to your polling: place, vote to that of civilian p.-eildent. was found to be a Communist Orl Calif. the man with who our protects town? us What all of In Marl looked as spry as ever made the signs "outmoded:' officials

And once more, the studentsare 10 YEARS AGOA with several Dr. said. New billboards Mill
and get it over with-you'll feel 100 per cent better. agent. Ills case was referred so many ways that we are not Quackenbush
in the streets. brand new nation-wide hunched promenades and feature a skyline showing d
The polls close at 7 There are candidates to Attorney-General Robert aware of door-to-door salesmen
many
p.m. Already the student demonstrators radio show enough rocket similar to onea tested at
Kennedy In 4961. Finally designed to do a who do not have a legitimateitem eyebrow action for old
in every office from which you can choose. Some are appear to have destroyed this American Communist hard-hitting Job of selling to sell, people who are out Marx Brothers' fans nearby United Technology Coip

better than others due to training and experience. any chance of an early resigned! his post and secureda florida' oranges, grapefruit to bilk us in our own city bad ---

Some are younger and full of idea as to how our long successful conclusion to the passport for Europe. His wife and tangerines In all form., check artists and other ways too ON
negotiations seeking p remained In the United States, was ready to go Into rehearsal numerous to mention* No one YOUR TELEVISION DIAL
government can be better run-you are the boss tonight normalize relations between
but his American ml.trfll-al. in all of Winter Haven could
exercise that precipus right South Korea and Japan. Their so an employee of the State S YEARS AGO know of the many times a day WDIOWPLATY WFTY-TV WTTMTClMMMlll
complaints run the gamut from Payments to insured
Jobless
Department a passport he lakes care of us in his quiet c..reel 0 1 c.-I S
The Newi Chfef' will be until late hours opposition to Cheeeel .
open geisha nouses, workers I law the Winter '
tq Haveju:
too bound for
Europe as subtle, cheerful,, friendly way. CIS 'MIC AlC OSTeeuM
bringing you the results 'flf every race. This has beena new charges of corruption with. an American employee abroad. area Were"tip fOl from the7 Oh, his name was mentionedin Oriee* Teas* 0.....

in the government.At Goleniewski has previous month, the State In. passing along with a numberof
habit for over a half-century and we'll welcome you, reportedly
the
root of their discontent Identified d u. t rill i l Commission announced. other all\ of which deserved NIGHT
19 Americans as undercover names, Tuesday May
either by dropping in or calling in. It's going to be an Is the country's growing Communist spies : to be mentioned but

interesting evening; enjoy it as a voter. economic: of difficulties and the working in U. S. GovernmentJobs here is a man who deserves far 4:00-N.w. NIWI, Sp..... N...... Wt.tk.r MM Ntw.iilS .

scarcity Jobs for college Yet neither he nor Nos I'l.n\l; RISKS more than mention. Perhaps -SiwrH. w...., Walter. EdiUrltl. Sp'ts Sp.ri.. WHwMO

graduates who pour out of Korean senko have been allowed to CHICAGO pilots not a trophy three feet high, -CM: News NIC N..... AIC News CIS News
schools at the rate ofmol" testify before appropriate areno which would hardly be enough Ml-Cl$ News NIC News N.w, W..m.r CIS News
Tomorrow than 30,000 committees more of an Insurance risk
. a year. of the Congress, The than perhaps not even a plaque to
Unemployment continues motorists a Chicago life 1:00-Primary Primary The R.MI Primary 1
rill and to public has not been allowed to insurance company reports show our appreciation to t h e 7:15- Ressma 1I..y,.. Th. Rebel Raises,
In the morning there will be some new political many of Korea's hear what these men have to A study of more than 1.000 man we all depend on, whetherwe 7,10-hlll" Primary Primary 1 ',i", ."
Urge and small industries are say. know It or not but surelyat 7:45-: R.tus h.y,,,, htyrn R.lsms.
faces ready to in of office There student and licensed
appear some our operating at I less than half ca private pilots
least a standing ovation a
will be some Older faces we have re-elected to carryon pacity. There are some who speculate and military reserve dying cheer for 1:00-,1": ." hieery Primary Primary 1
thundering, rousing
Despite that such testimony mightbe personnel showed their I:15- R.tu..s. R....,,,, lI.tyn Reture.0:10Primary ..
the work that they know so well There will also be United States continuing heavy embarrassing for high officialdom safety records equalled or bettered the Executive Vice President of : hieery himary Primary

some more contests to be decided on May 26, the date ment has been aid unable the to govern cope in Washington. For instance motorists the MayflowerLife the Commerce Winter -Haven AI Davis Chamber, of 1:45-: R.turn II...,., lI.tY'R' Rehm.1:00Prleery ,

of the second' either with reporter Guy Richard Insurance: Company of Illinois
Primary. these difficulties or A Chamber Member : Award Thou. Primary Prleery
to carry out son wrote In his March 11, 1964 said. ,151I..y", "Malaya" Rehire. Relates
frequently
Unlike many millions of people over the earth we reforms. promised column In the New York Journal Marvin P. Loeb. head of the '::10-1", .,, Jab SowerPrimary Primary

are still the masters of our destinies. Any one can run -American: firm said previous notions by :45-: Rdsesa Spacer Toscy Retarea Rdsma.
"The hope of keeping burled Insurance companies that
for office in this land of ours.. Many can't get elected HATS tip forever the of the reserve and military 10:00-,1": .., Award Th...,. Primary Primary
story high private pilots I Oil: 5- Returns Awerd Th...,. It.tyrn, Estates
for one reason or another, but still the possibility of ST. JOSEPH Mo iUPI'' level American turncoat and are greater risks than motorists 1.i.i 10:10-Primary Award Theatre Primary Primary

obtaining that coveted office exists. Tomorrow we'll The hat business on the upgrade his American mistress, who are outdated.The 10:45-: R.t..,,,, Award Thane R.tY'R' Relates. .
with emphasis on Texas worked .
In the Warsaw embassy report attributed the
see some of the results of free men having a choice. style head pieces a spokesman Is one of the prime motives safety record to strict license :11,06-New.:,: New.,IS WI, Primary News, Sperm
for the Ills-Spiro., W.h.. Cem. Casdi, Relates Webs, Cserlal
Stevens
Tomorrow those frenzied men and women who worked Mat Corp says behind the almost desperate and flying restrictions by fed.
IIi20-Tl.alr..f T'RIh'Sh.w 57th, Preseel(
Primary
so hard on behalf of their candidates will either be which He described he the model attempt of the State enl agencies, ample flight II,145- .It. 5t... T.niphSh.w Relates 57th Preeisd

joyous or downcast. This system may have its faults, as "a popular called the aeml-wentern"LBJ hat." Department and the Central instruction easy-to-handle r TTbAST f
Intelligence Agency to keep planes, and flying ability MORNING 6
but it is purely American and the best way of life ever dress hat" The pie-cieased hat Goleniev/ikl from testifying before v Wednesday May
has a 3 the Senate .
devised Aren't you proud Internal Security 1:0O-Operdia( She. Geed
ttve pin Is attached to the band Subcommittee NEW YORK (UPI) Each Tedsy Day
7,11AIrbabel Today She N.ws Geed Day
year, American trucks use approximately 1,10-W.ka, Up l.dcy Skew Minks I"",. Ged D.y

I The Lighter Side DAILY CROSSWORD enough to construct 21 million a chain tires of. ,,45- ......1.. Td., Skew Mlck" bill. GeM Dey

ACROSS DOWN Ia Part \ Urea that would stretch across loo-c..1a Today. Shew Mickk bills C.Mde
United Press International! them In the ring. Otherwise Mineral Terrltortal of the United States three times 15- Kill..... T...., Shew Mickk .... Koss.aeeeS:3OCapIale

WASHINGTON (UPIPhyl she might swallow them springs dlvlstons: a t '" according to Tyrex, Inc: the association ? .. Ted, Sb.w Csrleavllle c.,....
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show business rarity being one at being able to buy the ring a.:Offends I. A spring 12. Food I ducers. T..y.. Musk E.NeiN. Memleq hIl. .
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of the few make name mud hole for tu. '111- Hlot." 11.11.1 Car/.svnk "Tin Alia"h)4Reepee
women ever to because she came from a poor .
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of invalids '
It b.g as a "stand up" comic. and did not hIVe Ram .Is fewR" C.rleesvllle .f Debit'
family many 1S. Bportf "to be" 14. Boy: .14.: -...,., I... Jebs ,.,,,. Ce""wlll. Gillii'10,00CIS
I shall now endeavor to explain luxuries as a child. theater 4PIera eonoq' y" DIAL WSIR Program 1490TUTsnaT
what "stand up" comedyIs Her father was an encyclopedia 14.Road: bbr. 5 Companion: 27. Notched !;Ii I : New. Rail Se.elsh Las. !ebb, Vsa10,10CIS
"Stand up" comedy Is the saleaman. Only he never 15. LImit st. n. Un .. : News J, C. Hank S..sieh: Lie,.: Deb. AaIH10:16I

opposite of "situation" comedyas did sell but three I liked Mrs. 17 Antlered I. Mount&1Jopenecl Tewwr'. Aawtl Anar.oob 101 e UII W81R Mutual Ld.tarlalOee N.w.. Lwe Lacy Weed fer Ward Price I. Itltht I Lewt Lecy
seen on television. In other Diller which encyclopedias her animal nymph nor Mutual M... 5ce Morning N... a-.t. 1014'- Lees Leey Wer4 fer Weed Price I. Right I lave !err
1. Sea eagle" T.F'Uth U.S. 001 Horne a H.fbway 111 aced Mpe1y
words It Is funny. father sold and she said "A, BInd 20. Female $0. Spoke 24 Moat 110 Mutual Ness / 35 veto.. roe Uvlep ,lOG-The, 104.c.v. CacahHia Get The Ti,. McCevt
I spent shout three hours In S." deer Gambled president Im Youngest I" w.M a Job. 1 30 Mutual Niwa' lit'5-The 104.c.,. C.sahdiee Meusp The McCeyI
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evening! to see if I could understanding that the 23. Bird' beak fruit so. lUoc alewp I 46 Good Yonlg I Gkdp J..N Musing Usb Peh 8 GLM
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pure StlnCIJII' ..
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discover the secret of her success books were supposed to be sold 15. MUI' U. Preserved S3.lndo- InMct .10 Mutual Maws 100 Mutual N... AFTERNOON
The first hour she was onstage ss a set nickname as fruits and Chin 42. Emit vapor I sing alaf. 101 wait'. My Numbs'
2& Bark vegetables tribe : 1 11 YWuaal,. Dlow IJ.OO-Ur. .. U. Yew FIrst N..... WaaKFan.
at the Blue Room, a lo Mrs Diller had a king careeras U. Joyous C 00 woriAnav.lagNew. 3D NmM FatkafK.wt
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cal lecture hall. The rest of the before she 01 ep.u Aawdup 1 so Dick Lynch hew
a housewife ) JOt IuIll'hthooci receptacle animals antelope 111 TadliJ Pen 1e'1O Mutual News' ,,11:10-Srck (.* Tmrw Truth. ar Ta..nCa.M.M . l*. Tm
time she was off stage.As Into show business. She said upon I 10 Wall II.. ReJlOlt 10 01 Dick ErIcII sow 1111-G.idlg; Lltht Ernie Peed G.I4I.M U/M'
far an I could tell Mrs. she felt the change would do bO. Chinese I 1 J 4 j WI T 9 I 10 Mutual News 1.:10: Mutual New.r .

Diller doesn't know the difference her good. D'ddfl that she was masun22Abyu '. 00 J'\&II.HI Neirlb.Leis> J. 11:0/1011 Dick Dick tyrleb tyrkbwow slow l:00-rl! Talk' N....., S,.,.., Da Mi'*r L_ .f LIfe

On stage or off she was IS years behind with her Iron- 9 10 II 'I' npetltfbl the a. 11:10: Mutual. News' hit' &IH Talk Waatha, Itch lave *< UhIAoW.M
the 14.BroW1\lab. 1 m T..ht. .. /laid. n. Dick tynCI: gbow .. TvmaMl ...t afvraoch Nen Wad. T-
always a few paces beyond Ing. "IIT. 1 10 Mutual News 1100 MMual News ( -Warld. TfM iAfftl!_ Wield. Tars'
fringe, so to speak. Which in I might have thought she was yellow IMather 1 r Mau Hyad tilt con \ft_

L my opinion is a fine place exaggerating her Kouiekerping Mlechievoue IS I.. 00. Club Mutsu aid/) News I' UIf News' at R"II Naee 100-/.se..rd: Uf. Mat. Mr. .....*. power/
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lobe deficiencies had I not attendeda %: t 10 11..1 News sea Fa.. a Grew News ,1-1.-4, A Dial Mr. Mat.. Peeewerd
one29.5co1d 1 r tub .... U 10 Cbat web w IIItrlll MO-M.M* Party The Dcn Day I. Cwt Ha PartyHa
It might be said then thatMrs little p a r t y In Mrs. Diller'shotel i 1 18 r9 10 INoNtest II latat... Iwwie Jr.
her ihow % 00 WIII.I Mews 11:10:: Her n won. Irene Ml-Ham* Party The Da ... Day I. Ca rt hid
filler la on even when suite after again and t 01 Club 1- U 10 Musa. News
Ih.'. off and when she's on Mrs Diller who uses carpetbags 4 u / Jd lli i 16U. t 10 Mutul II... 12'al L.nswcw well. 1.00-. Till Teeth Aa*'hr Wend G.eerd T* TaB Tnr*
she's off That may not be a for luggage, had unpackedher .Jw bug 1: = T Mssat e wort'News otIar :I :: Tap .1 IM New. 1:15- Tall Truth AaaMwr" Wield H..,..., T. T.a T..*
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UJlualo'lIote JO G Jl U 300t 1r4g. : t 10 Menial News
can do.Mrs. neaps all over the bedroom .A Hash / II.... 1.If tOO-SHret S+- Matth G._ r..n....... Secret Stns
on floor. 1 ;jB // n q 44 1 e M e& nee 11..1\Ia t 10 O..s.rM.New.. Ia-s..t Stan Matth ..a* TrallmaatcrTralliMator Secret 9.ew4:14U.ck
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and when Mrs Diller over the hoatesi belongings u. for ISI 0 Ifl T i Ilartda News 1 "...... f 50 income. Mmm Tla p..e's.kdv4in. ... pr..lJid by *h. .aaa .....i5 5b.
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- Tu.sdey, May 5. 1964 WINTER HAVEN DAILY NEWS rHlfF. -WINifR l f HAVEN. FLORIDA Peg. FI.-'I)



V Boone, McKeel Get Driver Charged Polk Candidates Spend Transient May


lei the .


t Pretty IB bus the Big Straw Vote Edge In Car, Truck I $161000 In Election BidPolk Have Started


L County's poUttOftl oandIdateK and $3 u',.

*tonMam. sec OcjMStySupt. of Schools Sbdl college was right OB ...'. Crash HereA 1162.000 have In their spent aleetlon mere bids than House 2, incwmbwnt of RoproftsxMntivMGroup Ray Mattox, House Blaze

y BOOM ltd the ticket in asrsw keels with a 24 to 2 merW. .\ Final report ofexpeneesamlcontributions ".149 end $IM0; Qttltman

W in vote held last nigtt by Two other orgeJabMttoM oar and truck collided.. yesterday whleh had to t* Quinn, leis and IMS; Jack TIM powlblllty that a transl -
that Wtaatr Haven Jaycees u which staged straw votes at filet with the clerk of court worker have
ha ? afternoon at tile Intersection 'tt Turner JI.TU and fl,'14. .p over may
.he beat his opponent Bill recent l<\ noon yesterday silo staffed
Iholl'"Ind meetings gave similar of Third St. and Av*. House of RenrnntottvaGroup armed MM fire In UM upstairs
A.lp,14 to 1. support to the two candidates K, SW, with total damage to a total of 17I.JM in contributions 3. IAMB B. Rlalnbottom bedroom Of the two-story apart-

lumat. And Seth McKeel I'WH8C involved in hot b ttk*.. the two vehicles estimated at fl.044 and H.I43; Klnnwood meet bsjUflnf destroyed by fire
+ben+l for tile County school board. The Lions west 35 to 2 lor $4.WO. No one was burt Ben Hill Griffin Jr. Frwt- Sprott JI., ...no ad $4,4JB; early ItjWfey morning In Lake
against Mrs Dora Cox Phil, Boone sad 24 to 3 for MeKeel An automobile driven by Tom proof candidate tor th* state Wallace t....,. .." and",- Alfred bee been advanced by

RoodI lip, the incumbent who voted The Winter Haven Beard of Flel Burnett, 77, of Barlow. senate, was tile btggwet ftpender 504. C. C. QtJsM, owner
against the state site at $18,34. HI* eofttrievMon Sheriff teatsjtbMt Monro OMM theorized that IM might
BUS team's Realtors were even .....r. was bit by a semi-trailer truck
itched1C recommendation for the Junior 27 to 0 for Boone and 24 to 0 driven by James Lee Erskin totaled 117,051, aad he pot In Brnnn ".'" and $ ,'Mt; hostel Mat day and was at
for McKeeL Baxter M, 203 Ave. P, NW, $4,900 of that himself. H. P. order M," awl 't.! Ma .beers In Winter Haven when
as both headed north on Third His opponent QoUlianYanee) 714; Clifton L. Howeil $ .414 Mi* fire eecurtd, Mid a neighbor
Girl AttackedAs U.S The Senatorial Jaycee vote on the St. Burnett traveling In the of Lakeland spent $..104 while! and $3,487; Hamp Refers, $4,. Mf. Lure Anderson owner
race gave an outside lane, was attempting to receiving $4,2S7.In 784 and n..... of several small rents units
overwhelming nod to Sen. turn right onto Ave. K when race for county offlees, Tax Aseeeeor, Incumbent ......* the street, told Mm
Spessard Holland. M to 1. the mishap occurred The truck Bob C. tones of Lakeland candidate James Ro,1en ",..,1 and $!.. she and her husband had routed

For governor Scott Kelly was In the Inside lane at the for the District 4 countycommission 161eM; Ralph Rol, lWl and a man out of their unit with
Passersby Sot 20 votes to 4 ash! for time. seat was the big- ,I a shotgun about midnight\ Sunday .

S anal Burna and Mathews and 1 Officer Billy Wilson estimated test spender at ",eoe while Slat Attorney, lne mbnt and that be ran over toward -

W the each for Dickinson sod High. $1,500 damage to the Burnettcar listing contribution at I.4U Glen Dart,, $ .UI and ".110; the vacant Quinn apartment .
to Karl didn't get a vote. and $2,000 to the Baxter He contributed $1,900 of that Edward C. Flood $$M1 and *.
PleasNEW
Ignore The vote on other Polk candidate truck. himself. ".0111. QttiM who lot out of the

is its was a* follows: Burnett was charged with Improper Aldlne Combos, the Inevm- Tax Collector Charles L. hv climbed Into the furnish

YORK (UPI-PoBce For Slat Senator Ben Ian usage. bent in that race, spent ".lIe Cooper, $ ,I73 and $3,344; 051 upstairs apartment and
turnilton while receiving ".181. He contributed Stark F. somehow set the fire. Examln-
said today that IS passersby Hill Griffin 1>, Quittan Van- Wes $4,314 and $i>
u. 10. $1,000.Joseph 390; George K. Miller $lM8and Hon of the building shows see
watc'jed a naked teen-age girl cey For Representative Group 2 West Berliner --i I Sedmera the third $a,'7151; Hobaon Strain $3,. bedroom almost totally rutted
off assailant In ,
fighting an a + candidate In that race, Hated
510 and $3,080; J. B. Thorn. and Quinn believes the heat
i ther Bronx doorway and did nothing Ray Mattox, 26; Q. Quit- expenses at $3,130 and contributions hill, $'.198 and $ ,m. probably blew the bedroom door
to help her. man Quinn Ii; and Jack L. LAKE REGION VOTES AT TEEN CENTER-ft.il. at J3.MS off with resulting damage to the

! in The incident took place Mon. Turner 2. Shot Killed dents of the area east of Winter Haven and outside the In the county commission rest of the building U the

'bool'Ich. day afternoon along a main For Representative Group S city limits cam to town today to vote, their precinct, District I race, Incumbent Floyd Six States trantlant was In the building
business thoroughfare In the Wallace Storey, 14; Kings- No. 63, having its polling place .t the Teen Center Norman Woods led spenders with$4.994 at the time the fire started
,
DID" Bronx. The girl's screams attracted wood Sprott 12i; David B.Higginbottom E. and contributions of $,,.ooe.HI. he evidently escaped.
Jackson left wt the 75th voter The election
two policemen who arrested 2; and Gene GuardsBERLIN opponents listed the Insurance of 1,000, plus$I-
board Is Chester Melvin
worker
i to the assailant a 26year. West 0. By right, following: George Burl expenses D. 000 on the contents, was carried -
C. HoldPrimaries
landiblie old father of two on charges of For sheriff Hamp Rogers $1.113. contributions, by Quinn Cracks In the
Cent
Per
Dan. rape and felonJJUB asisut:. 15; Clifton L. Howell 12i; Monroe (UPI-Eait) German 30 April Rocket $L140; J. H. Kegley expenses, maaonary and the large bole

The case recalled the fatal Brannen Ii; and Pat Gordon border guards shot and (Continued From Page One) $444, contributions. $471; blasted out of one corner Indicate

stabbing of a year-old wait- 0.For killed a West Berliner on the turned out In tie first five Fire Claims Francis L. Pipkin expenses, the building may have

Ml}') tress, Kitty Genovese, on a clerk of circuit court British sector border early today hours.Precincts. $..U4. contributions, $...HI.In to be torn down Qutnn said
Quern street last month. Police Paul Vaughn 19 Clark Stone the East German news like Lake Third VictimCAPE the county commission The last tenants moved out
; service ADN reported' Eagle! District' S Incumbent LesW. Ry I'nlted Press International about three weeks
" race ego
ed- said at least 39 neighbors KENNEDY (UPI-An
11, and Bud Dixon 0. and Lake Alfred virtually
> witnessed her aisailant's ADN said the West Berliner were Dunson spent $t,.ll while Six states and the District of
nce repeated accidents+ rocket Ignition three
For tax collector George unchanged In the realignment
tried to attack border ChallengerJames olumbla hold else-
a $7,411.
po.tInd receiving primary
the assaults but did not K. Mailer 12; Hobson Strain killed and here the turnout weeks ago claimed Its third Area Deaths
in
was by the guards J. Musso spent $3,443 lions today with national attention
the come to her aid 'i J. B. Thornhlll 4; Charles could b* compared with victim today with the death of
; self defense end received $4,643. focused' on Indiana where BROOKE L STANFORD
rich
The year-old girl whose L. Cooper, 1; and Stark Cinn. The agency said the Incident the 1960 primary spacecraft technician Lot DGabel. Other candidates reported asfollows Alabama Gov George C Wallace Brooke Lyndon Stanford, TJ,
withheld, said she Colo
name was Lake had 1U voters Il. of Longmont
0. took place on the border of Eagle : attempts once again to of US Leslie St Jan.Phyl VIIIsge .
was working at her desk In
a
East Germany and suburban by noon today compared with The Cape C.nnerallloJplt.1reported For School Board District I, 'h.ke the eyeieeth" of civil\ died yesterday afternoonat
vacuum cleaner distributingfirm Staaken In the British sector of 171 four years ago and Lake that Gabel, who was Incumbent Dora Coi Phillips, rights supporters his residence
Pxitail.1 w'en the man Daniel G.Cough'.in LBJ AppealsWASHINGTON Berlin. Alfred I booming 317 against employed by Ball Brothers Research $1.200, spent, 11.811 received: Elsewhere in the nation, former short illness following a

!. : entered the second ADN identified the man as a 230. They have registrations of Corp of Boulder. Colo, Seth McKeel, $593, spent, $431 Coach Bud Wilkinson's
He
Nay door offic: Without warning: (VPD-President "provocateur" named Adolf I 7S3 and 1.242 respectively died at S'44 a m EST He had received. leap from football to politics, I end was an irritation engl-

Kill Coughlin a salesman for the Johnson I* appealing to Philipp 20. Cypress Gardens, I completely received burns over W per cent School Board District 4, Incumbent three-way contest for a Demo- neer owner of the Stanford
ala firm attacked her she said United Auto Workers President The agency said he destroyed new precinct like Lake of his body Austin T. Rue Jr., ratlc senatorial nomination Irrigation Co. here In

out She said Coughlin tore off Walter P. Reuther and otherunion border barriers and then triedto Region has I.2RO registered Two other men. Sidney JDsgle. $1,424 spent, $1,411 received. and a hot 'right to-work" Issue Winter llavea
her clothes and raped her. She leaden to limit wan lncresses shoot up a border post and 483 had voted st St. M, also of Longmont, R, L. Brumbaugh his opponet was expected to bring a record lie was s native of Englandand
tat fainted and when she regained to about 3.2 per cent a The shooting Incident cameas John's Methodist Church the and J..rkV Fassett. 30 of had not filed a report by the number of Oklahoma voters to cam to Winter Haven 10

of. consciousness, Coughlin was year Western Allied officials said polling place by noon. Merrill Island Fla deadline. the polls years ago from Birmingham,

standing over her with a razor The Chief Executive made the they would Ignore Soviet protest The county's expected record County School Superintendent Other primaries are In Alabama Mich.
vllla blade She said he threatenedto appeal Monday night at a Whit against the closing of a turnout wss being drawn to Crash Kills Ten Incumbent Ricllay 8. Ohio, Florida and New Stanford was a member of
It kill her if she told anyone House dinner for about 48 top Russian-owned trade center In the polls by the slat races- Boone, $1,333 spent n.IS' received Mexico the st A I lb. n. Episcopal

what had happened.The AFL-CIO officials and U>.president West Berlin. for 0.S, .senator governor and (Continued' From Page One) ; Dill Read, $7,112 spent Overall voters nominal Church In Auburndale.

girl told police she ran of the United MineWorkers The center was closed on the cabinet offices-and by no less lea were shot down by Com $,.ue received candidates for four Senate and Survivors Include his widow.

rpL to the hallway but Coughlin Union (UMW.) !ground It was a Soviet attemptto than II contests In which 49 munlst ground fire with a lost Supervisor of Rtgtslrstlon 43 House seats and for two gee" Mn Jane Stanford of Winter

L grabbed her. knocked her down undermine the Isolated rll,', candidates are seeking officesIn of 12 American lives. Incumbent Blanche' M. Work ernorshlps In addition to chooaing Haven; two sots Russell. of
and beat her head against the NumbersContinued lies to the West Bsrtow or In the legislature Communist guerrillas long $1.403 and $1,400, J. E. Holly, 47 delegates to the Republican Birmingham Mich I and
floor: The girl broke free but Huge The official Soviet I news representing Polk have made It s practice to fire $910 and $1,6041; L. Palmer National Convention and Brooke L. Stanford Jr., of

t fell down a flight of stain to a ( From Page On) agency Tau and the East German The polls close at 7 p m. on planes landing and taking ,1.30.nd Clerk of$1BOO.Criminal Court Ineumbenl 113 to the 1 Democratic convention BUwmfleld Hills, Mich two

hallwav leading' onto thef.reet Bailey Odham Of Orlando who news service ADN announced off It such strip, as Tan Illep R. J. Haalett 11.193nd daughters, Mrs Adds Turner
She said Coughlin toll and her has run twice unsuccessfullyfor Monday night that cop Haveniie Seeks a* well a* at Saigon Airport. $1,410; John Drown $Ut Wallace 4i entered in Indiana's fit Birmingham, and Mrs FaUlrts -
to the open doorway triedto governor, sought the Democratic lea of the protest had been delivered But It was not known Immediately and (42. Democratic presidential Lueialer, of Buenos

5If force her ta go back to the nomination for the Senate to the Moscow embassies (Continued From Page One) whether the plan was Clerk of Circuit Court Earnest primary against Gov Matthew Alrrs, Argentina, two broth

office. against Sen. Spesiard Holland of the United States, Brit. hot down by the Reds or D. Dixon 'Ino| and 'I.! E Welch who la not too popular ere Fleming and Erie Stanford \
rca Price of Jacksonville\ will
The girl said she screamed sin and France on SaturdayThe rrsshed because of mechanical 444; Clark None, ",'M and with many voters because both In England; 14
through the doorway to passersby It was considered all but certain notes denounced the cloaIng preside. failure. $4,5(4; Paul Vaughn ".150 of tax Increases under his regime grandchildren; and one great
to come to her sid but none of the Democratic gubernatorial last Wednesday of the Hellos Florida has over l,3oo members The plane's pilot radioed the Wallace hopes to dupll grandchild
they moved on nulckly When candidates would Trade Center in the British In its 73 clubs The Imperial airstrip shortly after takeoff cat. his strong showing In the Funeral arrangements err

police arrived they took the gain a majority In this primary sector of West Berlin ss an unfriendly Polk Toastmasters has that one of hi* engine was on Conner Insists Wisconsin primary last month. Incomplete and will b* sn

girl to Firdham Hoioital for This would leave the May act that "might lead to a membership of 30 st the fire the spokesman said. Welsh, I stand In for President Bounced later by Mitchell Funeral

treatment and Coughlin to a 24 second primary to decide the undesirable consequences" for present tim*. The li.cal club The plane exploded and On Good, Clean Johnson has campaigned' llons.e.Visits.

station house He denied the nomination between the two top the Weal has been Instrumentsl In the burned on Impart the spokesman vigorously against Wallace, pie- -
!!irl'. acci-tationi saying he men O'WRIUA' estsblishmc of clubs la Lake added Fair Shows luring the Alabama governor Africa
found her lying naked on the The Democratic candidates ( \" Wale and llainea City Priorto Medical personnel rushed to a. a "raelit' and one who has
office floorChamber are Mayor Haydon Burns of Here are the 1 p m. closings the establishments of clubs the scene hid difficulty In Identifying GAINESVILLE (UPD-Agri solicited support ""." Item WASIiiNOTON (UPI) -- 0

Jacksonville, former state Sen. on Florida storks as reportedby In those two cities, a numberof the charred remains of cultural fairs and llveetefk expositions the John Birch Society" In i Mennen Williams, assistant seeretary .
Francis I. duPont and Co the should give the people prlmar, ." statement Welsh of stale for African affairs
Sets Fred O. Dickinson of West the members of the Imperial psssenger "
enlertsmmenl of good clean
Palm B e I e h. Mayor Robert Air Control 24* Toastmssters were from The crash came In the wake wholesome variety," said, the4te said "virtually every responsible I leaves Frtdsy for a two.
Tampa Electric 24* of a disastrous weekend of violence organliatlon' In Indiana oppowd week trip to five African nations
(Continued From Page One) King High of Miami state Rep. Florida either Lake Wales. or Maine agricultural, wmmlssloner
Fred Karl of Daytona Beach Telephone 26H City. \ sgslnst Americana helping Monday Wallace at President Johnson's re

The problem of a membershipdrive state Sen. Scott Kelly of Lakeland Plant Industries JH the Vletnsmese governmentIn tommiettener Doyle Conrwr Welsh Is eipected to win the queitTh .
will be discussed. According and state Sen. John Mathews III fight to crush the Com Democratic preiklentlsl prims White House said Monday
matt H clear he will revoke
to Al Davis, executive a But the sue of Wallace's that, Johnson had asked
of Jacksonville. \New York Stock Report] monies Viet Cong guerrillas how's permit if II does not ry
vice-president the fiscal year, The Republican gubernatorial Last Saturday, Communist meet the requirements. of hu vole will b* watched closely, Wllllsmi to visit Senegal, Mail
May 1 closed with GaO paid candidates, who campaignedmuch frogmen were believed I* have offteeHe. especially now with the civil Uhsnft and t the two Congo republics
members. Bills had been sent NEW YORK (UPIIMidday Louisville I Nashville! M bill before al
less than the Democrats ) slipped through security guards said st the annual banquetof rights pending the Leopoldvtll and
J, out to past members and early stock prices: Merck & Co. IU to plant an underwater mine HrnsUrUIOP Brsiisvlll because of hlj
and stuck to the heavily GOP Middle South Utilities 42 the Florids Federation ..f .
this week 274 had sent In their -
sgsmst the aide of the U S aircraft deep and continuing Interest
areas of the state around Tampa Alabama Gas 34Vt Monsanto Chemical' 71Montgemery Fair and Livestock Shows I
IN "
checks. Bay and Orlando, are state American Can Co UMi Ward "* ferry Card, MssUng ft24- .m no blue nose nor do I be. WINTER HAVEN In Afrkan matters

j r Rep Charles Holley of St Petersburg American Hardware SI National Gypsum Sot foot hole In Its sMe and sinkIng lures you eould rightly bang

Ken Folks of Orlandoand American Motors 14% Pictures H H In the muddy waters of that label on any member of

hp lsuf er from II. B. Foster of Fort My American Sugar 21* J Paramount C. Penney 3104 the Saigon River None of the the fair ref livestock commit,

en. American T" T 140* Railroad 30 71 rlvllian crewmen was hurt, lee But when H comes to enter
Pennsylvania
146'HtT The Democratic Gubernatorial American Tobacco 24V Pepsi Cola BotrHnc life but the ship was put out of Illume, let's give our people ".

hopeful wound up their Anaconda Copper 45 Philip Morris IOH **>m mission. a g.*d, c I e I n. wholesome \1 o

HUMIOm DUST campaigns e x e e p t for some Atlantic Coast Line .* PIt MPI Petroleum. 56* If"fll.tH. other"' Communist( vsrtety .U\ .
terrorist. threw I band grenade ,
election day handshaking with Babcock Wilcox MH Steel 4Reynolds
1M YOUR HOMt a head-to-head television meeting Bendix Corp. 43H Republic Tobacco 47H Into the midst of a group of --

A DAY LONGtU14lBJ' in Miami, where 215,000 Borden Foods 74* Seaboard Air Line 44* American servicemen on the Warren AdvisorContinued c-: 'J.- ..\ ;; I
votes were expected to b* cast Briggs Manufacturing! Ce. TH Sears Roebuck IIJH Saigon riverfront$ near the scene Jt' ..
. today Burlington Industries 454 Sinclair Refining 4TH of the Cud sinking Eight ( From Fag One) \.D ,...

Odham ended his campaignby Chesapeake and Ohio 72** Sony Mobil T7H Amerksns were wounded In ArtrvHie. ommllte, 1 "\O .- -

accusing Ilofand,12th rankIng Chrysler Corp 4TH Southern Company MH this attack RedNrh" said b* M a memberof '
Democrat In the Senate of Cities Service Oil Co 7molgstc Southern Natural Gas S3H The plan left Saigon t 1111 I ( the National ( jmml.ilon of _,,, c/P: -. .
,
"attempting to cover up his .Pslmoliv Co 42H Southern Railway 43% morning for the Mekong RiverDelta the Emergency Civil Liberties. "tV" -
failures by making the race Issue Mill 14H region to the. south II
\ one Sperry Rand 144 Committee but thai, he .has M
the issue of the .. was returning" to the capital
only campaign Continents! Can V* Standard OH (NJ I WH connection with the other two
when tile crash occurred about
Curtisa Wright 1TH Studebaker 4V, groups. ... said however he hassled
Holland opposes the civil Douglas Aircraft 24"*- 29 miles southwest of Saigon the
Sunray DX 394 petition celling for
Th spokesman ssld there
rights bill before Congress Od- Dow Chemical 714Du Swift C*. 47HTexaco. holMiMi of the llous commit
ham has said be would support Pont 241* 71 were II psssengers and 4 crewmen -
Inc. te*
aboard The
the bin Eastern Air Lines 3** Texas Ml Sulphur 4t American "I have never been 1 memberof
crewmen were bated at Yang For Your Organization
AH of the Democratic gubernatorial Eastman Kodak UI H
Union Carbide Oor, IBH Tau airfield, southeast of Saigon asp trgsntittion which bee
candidates oppose thect,11 Ford Motor Co. 314 U.s. Pipe 244U.S. been dominated .by.. or conlroHed -

rights bill except Mayor General Electric 12 H Rubber it In another development! the by. or to the beet of my FREE TICKETS
High who baa ssid be would General Motors M.. $444Walrarh
U.s. Steel ofllott.lloutJa Viet. Nam press knowledge whose polities have
; 1Jr support K. General Telephone H*. .
Ce leewarner reported that etvfflaa been Influenced by tile ( omnvwnisl
agent? I
Georgia Pacific Corp. 4S4 1'1....,*. Neer el.h pl.sis" eleebyl.s.e. .
Bros. Picture u* bus bit I Communist mineS Party RedHcn istd
I Ale taw ...ww ws1. "" Goodrich Rubber UH Westtnghous Air Brake 33HWestern ndsy it s point six miles. fie said the Warren Commission we .11I lersirh pe .ifll N.less 115
weld pee kwe bees. a... to Goodyear Rubber 4M Union $4, from the Kleft-Tisong. provincialcspstal knew of nil afMlslM with .*t *...01.! ., lr.. e' ..*'**. AW ,.. .... te

........., -.-..... vita Gulf Oil Corp J.fIBuwU WesUnghoue Electric .S killing 14 passengers th* Emergency. r led Liberties ale U ail, ..N ,**.. see ef *ke A..rf...

-Sssr e.ns deeae per day wA .de Our Central S**% Woodward Iron Ztu and wounding II All of In* rommlasioit when he becameeoosuNsnl 5 N.Naul. ......
India IUd MH 14 Woolworth n* vwUms were Vtetaanute. IW 54
yAarsl0 law International Harvester T2*.

Interchemlcal. Corp 45 H
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COHTACfrmucial
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International Nickel ""-. KNOWS "_effIe. d ... ...*1 _+sNr wem4es. ,." .....4
Johns MsnviH S4SKetovecott by tile Moe A...**.* Nee4eeel lees.cnI.

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III Merriman Smith Wins Top- Pulitzer Prize ran wilted a of series in the program a major of state's dispatches"reorgaadsatioo The road limn, cost.structiM editorials -. MacCalla Sears Exclusive Joins Church Begins Fut Gets Bandit$1,500)



NEW YORK (UPI> Twelve of fiction drama and 1IMIIie. throw of the Diem Brannon Smttk of and photographs ainpa TAMPA UPI-A flit moving
regime the
I Pulitzer Prizes and a especial rilation The Pulitzer advisory .bnN., Local general or spot news Lexington ...... Advertiser/eekly ing spending and financing Century Club Week l Revival bandit held up three Pt'fIOnhMI'l'

In Journalism and l""I leri which makes recommendation reporting. Norman C. Miller for steadfast adherence to heredlta..1 practices of the state agency John MacCaUa, a salesman Monday. netting tl.300, police .
were on candidates the
awarded Monday h1'i for to Colunbia
slid
Jr of the Wall Street duties In for Sears-Roebuck
Journalfor the fare of and Co. order -
I the first time since the \\rirtt trustees reported! that tile )/ I. a comprehensive account of great pressure and opposition" The Gannett newspapers received store in Winter Haven, has A two-week revival beftnttonigfct Police said the robberies arcbelieved
were established 47 y'praO ran in the three arts folds 4U a Hjxnal citation for Rifle Rang to have been commit!
the multi million dollar vegetaMe The opposition included the hist been awarded membership at Uw
(there was no award m t P'rl'l"' no submit a single nomination (heir project The Road to In by. ted the same who
oil swindle involving! the white) citizens council in the exclusive Start Century Owe of God with to by man wa<
major fields of art. Awards were presented in tegration'which was cited asa Club of Jckaoavilte > described by the victims as
bankrupt Allied (rude Ve/(eta Fditonal cartooning! Paul for outataadtng sales Harry C. Bartaotf a
Merriman Smith, While the fields of biography. historyand ble Oil and Refining Co onrad of the Denver Post distinguish example of the achievement la 1963. M .inset ........... Negro He took about MOO from
H o u I e for I general fiction. use of a
rppurt..r tided non newspaper
group'sresources The food market operator, less
Local reporting( an invest ( now with the l Los Angeles award la given only to a
known
Press International aa:is In addition to Smith the Individual in complement the those Rev. Bartholf li wVMy from hardwarestore
who ell than $100 a
at least
gatlveor spec'ial n.ture-Jamel Times) for his distinctive work $ ,-
awarded the Pulitzer Pn':' ((01 i winners of PuUtaer V. MaGee. Albert V Gaudiosiand over an entire year rather than work of its individual newspa 000 worth of merchandise In-a In Ckureh of Cod etreto Brie and between 1500 and Moo

national reporting for hi' lot Prices in journalism weN: Frederick A Meyer of the for a specific. cartoon pert The Gannett papers year Only 10 Seers salesmen. has preadMd ftrwaUwrt when he held up an insurance
erage of the assaaiinati, of News photography-Robert sought out and reported ate
H. a series in a thru-state collector
Philadelphia Bulletin for their The st. Petersburg (Fla ) area won membership company
President Kennedy last !N\ ,122 Jackson of the Dallas of racial success storks ina '
Times expose nf numbers racketeering Times was awarded the Pulitzer in the club in 1MB.MacCaUa The service .baft* U 7:10 HOLLYWOOD
Smith 51. has I the Herald for his picture of number of cities covered tile operating with police collusion Prize for meritorious public who has been associated o'clock each night 01 thin rte

White House for DPI (ion i 22 f.tallhootinof President Kmncdya which suited In arrests anda service for its aggressive invrstlKatfon i with the local Soars rival, which wilt eoftttMNtkroHt Character actor Walter Static:

years spanning five presidential alleged assassin Lee shakeup of the Philadelphia of the Florida Turnpike order store for many years, will May IT leaves hla touring lecture ('11-

administrations in Harvey Oswald by Jack Ruby police departmentEditorial authority which disclosed SHOP IN WINTER BAVEN get a weekend of fishing and cult to Ur for Walt Disney productIons -
tenure is the senior member of International reporting Mai widespread golf at Death Beach, Fla., and Rev. James C. Williams li In Kmll and the Drtrctlvra .
Hate
writing ) illegal acts and re-
the presidential press corps colm W. Browne of the ASM- a Sears Century Club pin. pastor of the church. : "

Omitted I in the Pulitzer cited Press and David Halber ---

awards presented Monday by slam of the New York Times

the trustees of Columbia I'm' for coverage of the war In

verity were prizes In the field South Viet Nam and the over



.:I Court Record MOTHER'S DAY



'lan'IT torn Flnt Federal Bavlnm and Loon
mu the AaaockUloai Aukwmdale.. etrta ,
Rrg nald LalMl v. Annu "'a Kvelrn lwweopard. final decreeof
i .. i-inm-ue, divorce ,-'
Louise D henry r.\ William A Ireao Strickland Short va HaD-
H>'nry Jr divorce ry Buarene: Short final decree divorce
The Saving bank art( Ullmve "u
.. Marie Sprlcg Mullen' .
James a.; June 11 ux n O
gage lurecloeureThe Mullen et af mt."t.. .
Bevlngi Hank at I'nca ." i ir n. ment
> Warren A. Uatual, ngagt ",. Lynlon W Townaend va Ethel!
forecloaureMabel .. R Townsend final :decree divorce
Hart, Ciwh. \I' W. 'i. for defendant
W iiochet Mr exablun m. ,t" Raton Federal Rnvtng and
Judgment and enfuixt uui. .tie',i Inn Aaaoclallon, fir r* Lent
alimony Anglln .. ux final decree lore
Federal National Mortgag. A' rioting mortgageRalnti SPECIALSALSO
aoclatlon \a Lloyd Woua ,. u. Lamar Chancy n, Jo
dian etc foreclose. murtgag. Ann Chamberlain Chancy, finalFlhi
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Ruth Flmher Dell \n Brnjmn Aeen divorce
L<"ett Dell divorce : Mae fhanriWalker va
Fire! Federal Saving and Ix. iAeeoclatlon Allis Thnma Walker final. derroermwn
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of Willie. Ham. v Alrmmr
Eugene: Harold Mcxlee el UK i ilm I Paint Inc. va Unllc.iConitnictlon AVAILABLE
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'rtgagv orecloaurr Core. etr final '
Roberta RoM>,n dKurce J Ruben \i ".nll.11o ludatner Mr nl'''ln lff M7 24rorwrv I CORNING WARE AT VILLA'S VILLAGE

Federal. National Mortgage A. COIRT
Sedition .'e. va Orover J. Hull 111..rI".. U...._
et ux et al, mortgage forwchMureFederal Ronald Jackaon Stephen IIBartow %
National Mortgage A* aad Sandra Kay HuwIT <. WOODLAND GIFTWAREGREETINGS
sedation etc va Lucteua L l.a>. Lake WalesTenr . ) SPECIAL
Ion et ux. ,untC!kre. morigiaKiCooper . Clark Turner :H F' ,
Tire and Rubber t'.. Meade. and Stella Malt Drap. GOLD CARDS
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eli va Russell. L Holcornb etic. M Btrrtw. '
.I\II action damageaDlilt Jimmy Charm Corhran :MUkelaad i lea HARDWAREPERMANENT
Mae Bracewell va Allen and Bllaabeth HIitKinbotnam _eIMM1awAe....
t1
J Bracewell divorce Dlrkeu. :21. Lakeland
Sunn B Cochrane and William Clement William PI..r.l. .1 FLOWERS
H. Cochrane va Craned' B Hem Rasl Lake and Betty l Lola ;i,1 I w' : < ,'
don and Tompklne Motor Oil ,'" more 111. Halne City ., ? HOUSEWARES
civil action James Allen N.aII.. Irk '
Citrus and Chemical Bank orBartow Wake. and lent iils.b..lh Wai : >: ..... 4'
etc va M L. O.n'la. red. II. Lake Wales ... CORNING
etc civil action I3US1M. Johnnie Farrell Creamer II .'i : r '. ,
Jewel. B. Halo. et al va Niagara Plant City. and Julia Ruth James PYREX
Fire Inaurance Co, civil action IS Plant City.
damagea 11)00 Marvin CMtlna Clevrnger :10 \ J J
Herbert Wayne j. Carnknr; a mln Winter Haven and Donla .Jeanett ,:- RUBBERMAID
or sin va W. Robert Wade et Calhoun, II Winter Haven ,' --- .A ;
leas civil damagea Jerry Franklin Wllllami 20: -- If: FERTILIZER
Joseph B Hardwlck VI Chrl Raton Park. and l..n..1Vlvla...
tine I Hardwlrk divorce, West. II. Eaton Park i o I, ""
Honda( J Wllllami vi Aka I IWllllame Dean Andrnon. 41 Aubumda, r o 'LAWN & GARDEN
Jr divorce and Ire .= --
** Addison 3hort SIfalne --- --
Sandra L Friend vi Larry B: 6l, J PAINT
Friend dIvorce. John Bnnjamln Deea, II Bar _
Helen Sue Wllllama va Homer tow. and Ethel Cevenla Oolna IIBartow ,. r 'It
Odin Wllllami. divorce WALLPAPERPICTURE
''aroya Reeve vi lamer Leonard Rl Faulkner. 77: Winter :
Rr.vei. divorce. Haven. sad Barbara WatmnBaker p '.III'!' : .. FRAMES
Annlt Maa Ba"",.. v. AM M M Wtm.r Haven ,N i4' .
Buns. divorce Jima Bradford Martin. M rwal e.a
Maurice B McOlnnu el u> va Lake Hamilton. and Sarah John L> HOBBIES
Henry Tlnrh et us Mattle 1:. rW|l sin NeSmllkyilM Maine* City
ki. elc and Mddr.d\ 1. Tine.* Vajohnny Otvth' Bombs, II BinIM .* The unlveraal rkupm"ruinhand Set ., ". CORNING WARE -. ... . GAMES
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I elf iprecloee I deed agreement and Freda Alp' ,. Hater! 3D 0 Vinyl Coasters "
Bell Savlngi and Loan Aeeuela BtolMWlton t anfled touch pbdia potter1! het | ' "i.' iVi Qt. Saucepan & Handle
tkm tic va Denill W Bradley' ReddHI Pines,.' >tlllamei f and will complement iryid ,' INSECTICIDES
et ux mortgage foreclowreThi CMC and Shirley AMISmith Gilt Boxed Foam Rubber Back 1.95 Reg.: 6.SO Spedal 4.88
Ononnaga aunty 0avln . 17 Halnea City of homo decor Each Item hand PESTICIDES
Bank; it, Joee Arcadia tlarcTaMirtlnei : Rat-ford' canteen ROM a. Plant deooraled with d.llcalt colon of cocoa,
et u. and Gladys M City. and Brenda Joyce Lliwy. IT
Branch mortgage form,oeun Plant City fold and burn!tlenna which bpennirwntly SCREEN WIRE
John Darden et ua va D C retained under a

t.alii! cancel aid mortiiatfeOrdera 0.-.... tUlNTV: sent CLAIMS riledUntoa COIHT oft, uUn VcV (law own ear*, MOTHER'S DAY CARDS NAILS

William H. R detergent and durable.
Coning et ux va ...
Pt. Ourp v* Oeorge
D. Will et U*, dlimuwalriret SPORTING GOODS
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A Johnaon, ROM Smltk M Federal Bavmgi and Loan Things Corp v", David 1k-PIICI tTAirii SIT By AMERICAN GREETINGS
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AMorlatlon nf Lakeland etc va
RODS & REELS
Charles I. Humea et UM et al.\ final LaYi.1T8 ln<* w4lfli>eM4rllei., VMMi7.t .
MM Auto KjBOtrtC Co v*
James decree Roy forecloelng Parrteh! mortgage ClaraM United Construction Co. 171 II a'"dikitn.enem. $ $ Select Mom Card GOLF EQUIPMENT
vi a from the LARGEST
Parrl.h. anal decree divorce Florida Cleaahig Semisvs tt pe.eis d aerw rely,elel e, SELECTION
A.... Floor Cleaners. l_ ties
li:Lanier Bowman I Upetyaw. et u..1 et UK final ve decreesrvrioslni Jameir Juiualta. HMD Jars va. Marvin DUon Stn W.4S of Greeting Cards in the Area at Villa's Village CUTLERY

mortgage Porter Paint Co. Inc. VI Roy REVERE WARE
Alice Orene Byrd vi Donald Vaughn. I1M41Buppllen .
Edwin Byrd, final decree divorce
: Credit lac. va >
Joan B Anderson Richard
vi DEWALT SAWS
and Anne R. Bail eMSUSubpllen
B: ADd.""" final decree divorce
Credit Ine V*, ileorie
Patty Sadie James Edward :

Francea Rodgera O. Watera final vi decree va lama divorce and and Thelma Mr Tom Credit B MoOormack Coetlne Ine. IMU va IWSuppllen Mr uP See The ANTIQUE CAR SHOW REVERE WARE

D. Watera. final decree divorce. 'Suppliers'. Credit, Inc, va Jame. CLOCKS
and Ethel Diane, $71 MSuppllen .
Mary Ella Wllllami I I vi Lakeland

YD Cast Donald Parking River A Co Bavlnge DeWolf, etc. et,Bank dlemleeal ux: final etc: I, W Bupirilen and Lillian Credit Credit Hall. Ine Inc 121. 41 v.vi Cllf Ted at Southeast Plaza All Day Saturday 9 LUMBER RADIOS CUTS

decree foreclosing morta,.. ton and Albert lames lit 22Buppllen May
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Dorothy Marie Luechl
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Credit IM! ve Jamea
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J A Renn Bon Building' Corp.. Dee RooflnaCo HM II
W A Bordner Jack W and
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Credit In.v.. I Len.i
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ire of Kew Cant* *, N. wick titter of the bride!
lit Y. formerly of Winter Hew, groom. were bmleMtaldiTheir
'ac became UK bride of Rwtety floor ktagth eowmt In Yellow datoiot and white.
a :, -.1" J Badgewick 101at ...... varying shades. of blue were mum formed the beautiful
''m Peter Badgewick of Rutland, designed with trains. Each centerpiece used l Saturday for
'5'rl' I ..... Vt. .t half put four o'clock wore a headpiece of matching a lunch** at the Late Re.
ace i 17 oo April 25th in the FirstPresbyterian flowers and earned a bouquet KKMI Yacht and country Club
Church of Utica, of yellow and white in> teMr of MM Sharon Jooei,
ce "f l N. Y. .........I't ...... hride-etact. Hosu-sse for the
Vow were read by the Rev Peter Badgewick of Rut. 'lovely ev M were Mrs. Herbert .
Robert Sander in an improiilve lard Vt was beet man for hitbrottier Afftt) and..data...ter,
lit It : double-ring. r.....i Ushers were Joseph Julie.

'h. \ ceremony. Badgewick. mother bfBther.Ctpt .
roI Nuptial music wa presented M. J Mild USAF BurIbiglon :
h by George W M. N J and David Bern. V I Mill JMM and liar moth
Given In marriage by bet stein Newton, Mass er. Mn. Htrman Joan, each
uncle. Robert 1. Mullen, the received M orchid ......*.
A wedding dinner! held
bride wore a beautiful floor wa Mill Jessie Wa tlao pfixnted
at the Trmkiu Minor in
length (own of antique Ivory Ultra N. Y.Following. with a fkft 'rum' her .hoot***.
4 till with lace ippliquet and ...
long tapering sleeve 1 The a wedding tripto
family heirloom gown also Rome Frankfurt and
featured a flowing train. The Paris the couple will be at levied guests were the hen-
i r bride's veil of illusion was home after May isth In ore*, :.a... Herman Jones,
held by a crown of tulle (Chlcag, III. For traveling, Mr*. Robert Srovely. Mitt Sue
flower, and she carried a the bride chose a turquoisewool Riot. Mile Swan Teflon,
bouquet of rote with a white mil with palest 1Cceisoriet BRIDAL LUNCHEON Miss Carol. A........, Miss.
errhld.Wr and an orchid corsage K.,. ......"k. Mia Merrily
*. M. J. Mild wn matronof Mrs H. E. Apple Jr. and her daughter, JuKe, left to right tt they entertained MUMr, MM Kay Shiyter and
honor for her titter Mitt The bride was graduated Saturday In honor of Milt Sharon Jones, bride-elecI. At right it the honoree'a Mfes Unda Apple

MRS. RODNEY J. BADGEWICK Sunn Heydotjjer, soother sia- from the Winter Haven! High" mother Mrs Herman Jones,

DAILY NEWS-CHIEF, Tueiday, My $, 1964 Paj Seven School Florida.; and the UnhervHy of
She
Miss Bond taught at Nerlind Gallop Club Around The Town
High School In Miami! beforebecoming
WINTER MAVEN DAILY NEWS-CHICF flight attendant for Show Slated
Pan-Ameriean Airline William Tedder Awarded ScholarshipD.

Mr. WindhamAre Mr. Badgewick I I. a graduate .. For Saturday

of the! Universitx of Vermont William Tedder, ton of Mr and Mr. Daniel W. Tedder, 409 West Lake
and la I employed by the Local entrle for the Gal.
Federal! Government In the lop dub horse show should Summit drive, Winter Haven has been awarded an honorary Kenyon Colle&flICoolarehlp

HonoredMr. Department of Health.Wahneta be made!' by Friday with Mri without stipend.A .
Elmo Hood Box ego Winter sealer it Winter Haven
and Mrs. A. Beverly Haven The show will begin Senior High School! he li one Mr. and Mrs Bert Miotton The WOIll..'. Mliiloatry
Connor entertained at their II > a m. Saturday. Mat Mhit of 280 freihme* entering Ken have returned from a trip to Union of the First Baptist
home recently with an open Girls the innutl fund raining yon's dart of 'M this fall Linadowne Pa where they attended Churth .f Jan.Phyl Village
house honoring Miss Anne Bond drive .f the club. Founded In ISM Kenyon Col- the wettNtmg of their will meet tonight at Tto: A
end her fiance,Julius Wlndhsm. Club Has PicnicThe Saddle !Seat Classes will be lei often liberal arts erfuct- sum, Ren Jr E* route horn full attendance of the mem

Miss Bond ..n"r.. Windburn CdPed; by BIuUF ELLIs Junior oj< 1:1: _.ho.t. :?. V?: 11" f> ch M.n 10 TOO men 'i'hrotlcf*' It".I.It',1, .la) Amerlrus (;is heroktp will be married 01M.y 23rd. ,
... I it itSeat 'M I"tI Mr- "'Shelton imilluT'''
t ,
'_. , ___ __ .. Girls Club had putrig after of Altamunt spas" ', ,1 Gar wi. i"-mle' at**
The dining room table was _u < _._.__ __ _ a will Mr R M Belles anti with
and Jumpiog ("lasses contftl .
| dardt, It UMUJ in hat
covered with an heirloom cloth school on Thursday afternoon Mrs Ben Carlton returned
and was centered with an exquisite on the WahDeta School be Judged by Waverly Bond Ohio 50 miles northeast of other relative from Chlctio 111

arrangement of stock, Xi Gammas Hold BarbecueA ground, This party wit mid of Coco Beach Western Columbut. Mrs James Murphy, Mn where the attended tie four
be announced Col
blue delphinium and pink roses.The possible by the efforts of some Classes to : Scholarships were awarded! Reid Iverson and Mrs Arnold day national convention of the
of Wlmlemer
appointments were all in barbecued chicken cupper Those tttendlnf were Mr. and of the member who give a Carl Pttterson with A Gn.nt'Ot'k by the college to 51 stow Sleort represented Sigma Cosmetologist School owners
will h
illver. was enjoyed Saturday night by Mrs. Don Corby, Mr. and Mrs bake tile and the monthly announcer of Winter. Haven dents from IS ttttet Total. Chapter of Beta Sigma f'hl held at the Chicago Sheraton
Spring bouquets wen used it XI Gamma Chapter of Beta J mt Murphy, Mr. and Mrs duet of ten cents which all Twenty- amount of the awards It 1S3, Sorority tl the Area Council! Hotel While In the Windy
vocal points throughout the Sigma Phi at the home of Mr. Arnold Steorts, Mr. and Mrt. member are asked to pay serving it ringmaster 000.Tedder luncheon held Saturday In City, the wit the houseguest
four small girls, not memhers of
party rooms. and Mrs. A. W. Kelso Jr. In Angelo Ftzurl. It the recipient a Bsrtow. of her huibind's titter
The engaged couple wit pre- Potnsettla Park. Chapter member and hut Games were played by the of the .club will present National Merit Scholarship

tented with a lovely gift from The event was held outdoors, bands present were Mr. end thirty-eight girls ranglngtfromtlx the lruph,. and ribbons In the letter of oommemlttlon It a 1 hOIll.. L, Comer III, mn Mr. and Mrt. T. W. Sinndm .
their host. with the social committee, Mrs Kelso, Mr. and Mrs to twelve years of age events, member of the N'llon.lllonar of Mr and Mrs T L. Comer, 180B 4th Court. SB, art
Assisting I In hospitalitieswere headed by Mrs. Harry Turner, Turner Mr. and Mrs. Paul Debbie Dlx and Sharon Byrd Admission will be. one dollar Society and' title pretldent of 615 Avenue M SC hit been the parent of a daughter,
I I Mr. Garner England, In charge. Served with the Batchon, Mr. and Mrs. Harry were leaden m (Iwo group for adults fifty-renle for children the Junior Academy of Science promoted to airman third Paula Dawn bora at I:M a,m
Mr*. James Abernethy, Mrs. chicken were salad, herbed VtnLltw Mr. and Mrs Larry contesting for modest priiet and students, exhtMtort *. elm In the Air Force tt April 17th In the Winter Haven
Cecil Henderson, Mrs Ralph rice, rolls, butter, beveragesand Seymour Mrs. Charles Cog- and class sponsors being ad
Through the courtesy of Mr. Mr. and Mrt. M. f. Brenner Kessler AF3, Mitt Airman llutplttl The baby weighed
Chambers, Mrs David Old- chocolate pie. gin, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Jones, Jones of the firm of McDon milled free. have returned.. to their Comer It presently a student seven pounds, ten end threequarter -
dings, Mr. T. C. Keramldat, Ritual chapter members who Mr. and Mrs. Ed McMthan, .
ald's Hamburgers the girls! ill home In Mlnneapolli Minn tl the Air Training Com.m.nd' ouncet, and It all
Mrs. Bradley Hogg and Mrs. will receive the Exemplar degree Mr. and Mr. Luther. Balllet,
brother
for the month (ATe I Keetler Trrh being welcomed by a
enjoyed hot hamburgers, summer They
Edwin Beasley. later this month, and will Mr. and Mr*. Lee Ellis, Mr.
Over one hundred guests call then be members of XI Gamma and Mrs. Arthur Willits, Mr. French tried potatoes with JuniorVornen plan to return to Winter lit, nlcal Training Center as.ansss.I'M If.rrr..
ed the hours tnvtted and Lewis Orangeade A vote of thinks yen In October.
during appointed Chapter were guests Mrs. Stuck Mr.
and Mrs. Arthur Hancock, Mr. by all the girls wit "given l. Enjoy Luau !Mittlrglnl. Glddlng was See OurWednesday
, \1 and Mr*. John Branlley Jr., Mr Jonei II. tnvltadthe girls dfcmHHMHl yesterday Item .the
MOTHER'S DAY-MAY 10 Mr. and Mrs. Billy !\. Ratden,. to visit their dining place to Members of the Winter Haven Winter fiasco hospital wher
Mr. and Mrs. Elmo Hood Mr. tee the methods they ue In Junior Woman's Club the wit a patient for tevtrtldayt.
and Mra. W. B. Melvin, Mr. cooking and serving the pub were guests at a pool-.Me Morning
and Mrs. Dill Tharp, Mr. and lic. luau lunvtMwn at the 'hm"' of

Mrs. Robert H. Hart. The activities of the Wihoat Mrs L B Carter St rd9.Hostmet !Mr. and Mrt. Arthur Kroeckof
wan Mr. Carl LoweUv llie. Ohio are theIIIP'
Girls dub will end June 1,1It
Jensen awl Mrt Terry I5n- o( the former'i parent
CANDIESfor the elate of the school year Specials
r The gush The party wt In honor *, Mr and Mrs, Andrew
County School Board he
her favorite gift I HOSPITALNEWS/ II of (hone members who hid Kroork and will attend the
imaged a summer
program .
ireumulated more than :liSI'nlt" wadding. of their tore, Mill
for the children In this area, hours during the year Sharon Jones, on Saturday Wednesday Morning Only
I I Earl Dodaon, whoa inter**! The Polynesian "them wit
made this club program pei- carried throughout the dflo4Irs. Mr. and Mr*. Scott Gibson
luncheon At etch have moved to Whiter lit.
MONDAY'S! ADMISSIONS ble deserve to be commended tions nnd NOTICE -
Winter Htven for his effort In helping, guest arrived the. wit presented van from their former home In
the Director to meet and MtV with I lei The' tWe Lonf ....M. NY. and ire 6th
Hermtn Mrt Wtdnttday May
Melt. Ctoyce Btginning
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.11 problem. were decorated with gardenus reaMfM on Avenue M, SE
Thornton Mrt Gene Peter- sod miniature palm I reel. They plan 10 build a home on WI WILL II
I 'y son Mrt. Richard C. Kuchne, Mr*. M O. Gibbs of the Lake WhrtersetMr. .
and
After luncheon/ a
Mrs R 0 Stephenson tot,. American Legion Auxiliary lathe In the pool guettt enjoyed CLOSED WED. AFTERNOONS
Peter D. Ecylethimer Paul counselor of the Senior hridgr and other! games.Those .
L. Mcdennt, Mrs Vo* Belle girls who meet In the school present included Mn and Mrs John riem
Altteatter Neal Thompson .t night Mrs Glbbi has faith Dorothy Fu Mr Richard liter and daughter hive arrived

William F. IltnnonAaburndale. fully guided and taught club Noll, Mrs Emmett Waters. from their former home
procedure The list meeting of Mrs W B Wring. Mr. In Aiherllle, N C and plant & J
ibis will be in May become permanent Winter
.j Mrs William II. Garner group James R Hardy Mitt Jane
Mrs Carl P Bryan Noah Lee when election ot new officeri Motunger Mrs Jensen. and Haven residents They are residing TIMI IOUAKI WINTIft HAVeN
on Avenue H, Nt
Cclemtn. Ilowell Btxley for the coming year will be Mr. English ---
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Chemical Unit Congressman Haley- Reports- I; Co-Op Council Student Editor SuspendedFor complaints In Vermin the dormitories said from be parents had" received when


WASHINGTON, D C. stsnply. they add up Just two rumors of the survey began
To Meet InTallahassee Whs It cones to tracking shines: Red tape and inertia. Holds Contest School circulating among students be-
down Kinsey
when the Report
tax smog Now. Campbell has not said tween semesters this year
COM, and IB
uncovering
waste
IN thing that seems obviousto Varner said be had advised
fat art froquontly illegal arat me shout this matter, bat Cooperative Demonstration ROCHESTER Mich (UPI)- vey began gas somostor because Metiger against publishing the
least improper ..p..s].|. I expect he has thought of It Teams] from the Golden Triangle The newly appointed editor of of "student concern over result because. he (Var
turn thereof, one of .the 4-H Club of UmatUla that the coed survey
meet and I am going to lay K for the Oakland University student rumors pregnancy ) had been told by some of
alert men in Washington .is .him and the Lake County and Haat- and dropout rate at Oakland ner
TlM 1964 M..tti>j-in-Minia! : newspaper was suspended Monday the students who filled out the
ture of the Florida Section of one Joseph Campbell the President Johnson and Defeat Ingt-Elkton Community Club of by school officials for his University was skyrocketing questionnaire that they "treat
the Comptroller General of the Secretory McNamera Hastings were declared state refusal to Metiger story and editorialdid .
American suppress a campus
Chemical society United winners In the ed It as a joke and deliberately
Mate. Florida Councilof
not list findings but
will be held In TaUaha ee on both have been assiduously Kinsey Report"Wolf survey false
Thurday and Friday of this Checking on the expend!. cultivating their reputations as Farmer Cooperative "-.HCooper.tln Meager, 20, a native of reported the fact that he had gave answers
week. lure of tax revenues Is precisely savers of the taxpayers' Demonstration Germany and an economics been ordered to suppress. any "Obviously a survey of this
fourteen paper will ix pre what Campbell was money But they can Improve tivity Contest .held In Gainesville major, was notified of his suspension such findings by Vsrner nature would reflect poorly
sented Friday morning to two hired to do as the watchdog substantially on these reputation yesterdayWith GULF RIDGE I PRESIDENT as editor of the student The editorial said the univer upon our studeats and result in
groups: biochemistry and organic of UK Treasury for the Ceu by overriding their subordinate OAIytwo-tbirdsof.pofnt Alfred Eat,. of- weekly, "The Observer" by sity's suppression order reflect unfavorable publicity for theunivereity"thechancel
chemistry, and physical grew. The only trouble Is that bureaucrats and ordering separating the first and second 1326 N. Lake Otis Chancellor D. B Varner The ed "embarrassment and hy- I I
chemistry and Inorganic rhi-m the bureaucrats (and I am << that Campbell's multi. place team, the J Judges recommended Winter Drive action came after Varner met procrisy and the desire to keep lor said
Iitry. In the afternoon, si IX paprs sorry to say even the Congress million-dollar suggestion be that Identical awards be Haven was elected with the newspaper'a publics OU. kids' better informed "Also I questioned the propriety
will be presented In organic itself on occasion) too placed Into effect-without given, according to L. A, president of the Gulf lion committee and advisers about standards at Harvard of such an undertakingby
chemtitry. On Saturday often merely read what Camp harming in any way the missile Thomas, executive secretary Ridge Council of the Boy Varner also ordered copies of and :Rsdchffe than at Oakland" the school newspaper in the
moraine Inert will be a program bell says-and then continue in procurement program, but the Council. Scouts of America at the the newspaper's May I issue Metiger's story said Varner. first place"
of three papers, especially for their merrily extravagant and achieving great benefits for The state winners were set council's meeting/ Mul. which headlined I Metiger'* in conferences with him last He said one of the reasons
high school chemistry teachers, Improper spending ways the taxpayers. ected from eight district winners berry Eleven other are. story about the survey of stu- Monday and Tuesday 'stressed for the survey was to "try to
"Introduction to Magnetic As an example, Campbell and each received $500 In residents/ were named to dent sexual conduct and an editorial his belief that whatever the find out if the campus environ
Spectroscopy." just lately has reported to the cash to finance a trip to the the board of director. critical of the administration outcome (of the survey) It ment dorm life in general,
The 1984 Florida A ward,presented Congress that for two years Fruit Receipts annual summer meeting of the destroyed at the printing would be detrimental to the might have an Influence on the
each year toan outstanding he has been trying to get the American Institute of Cooperation. New Crane shop The issue was to have university and every girl living sexual habits of students."
chemistry professor In Air Force to use some of the Tbs meeting this year will been Metzger's first since being
some InstitutionInSoutheastern government's vast hoard of be held on the campus of Michigan elevated from
Gels Home managing editorto
United States, will <10 Dr. r EXPERT AUTO
go surplus metals in making missiles State University, East editor
this

semester ..
Drop Sharply
Carl Newman T. Bahner, of Carson- and other weapons. Lansing, Aug. 9-12. An outstanding WASHINGTON (UP)) Zoe, A three-part questionnaire inquiring ;--. -! ,
College! Jefferson
member of the two
City, Tenn. The government, he points the world's newest whoopingcrane Into the sexual habits of
Dr. Banner has been head of out, Is far overboard on many Citrus cannery receipts for teams will be selected to receive has liken up residenceat the 190 students living in the
the department! of chemistryat of the "strategic" supplies It the week ending Friday were this a $50 scholarship awardat Colorado's Monte Vista National branch's three dormitories fflR CONllhREPAR-'U
meeting.
Carson-Newman since 1937' has built up In case of another down almost 400,000 boxes The Wildlife Refuge touched off the incident About ,
war. The late President from the previous week objective of the program, The Interior Department said 150 male ... -
Kennedy and -
He has according 140 -
made outstanding contributions which is tinder the direction of woman students .'-- .. )
In the Held! of cancer once said be was "as to II M. :Riley, director Dr. E. W. Cake, marketing Monday that Zoe, born April 29at were polled! -----' .. 4- _=-.:--- SERVICE i
tounded" at the of of the Fruit and the fish and wildlife research Metzger said -
research oversupply Vegetable of results! of the
specialist the Agricultural Your Air Conditioner
Now I Is the Time to The Award will be presentedto these materials and the cost Inspection Division In Winter Extension Service, Universityof substation in Lafayette, La.. survey have not been tabulated
Dr. Banner at the banqueton of storing them. A congressional Haven. Florida, Is to encourage apparently has recovered from but that "80 per cent" of the In Tip Top Condition. Phone Today.
Friday evening by Dr.HarryP. investigating committee a congenital defect in one teg students polled filled out the
young people to have a greater
Schultz of the University of agreed with him. 2,217,899 Last week's boxes receipts totaled Interest In, and a better understanding She II only the 40th of theworld's questionnaires in early April. United Motors Service Center m Av*. A. NW
Miami, who I* chairman of the But despite these surpluses, compared with of, the need for farmer whooper population He said the idea for the sur 2f.41.7J
Florida A. C. S. Section. Or Campbell finds the Defense 2,609,720 the previous week. cooperative, their organization -
Banner then will speak on"En- Department is spending hun Last week's cannery totals and operation and their
joying Chemistry." dreds of millions of dollars to were; grapefruit 173066, ore relationship to other form of
Dr. John A. Attawsy of the buy aluminum, titanium and angei 2.043,833. business enterprise.
Citrus Experiment Station at other Items for Minuteman There were 18 teams InvolvIng -
Lake Alfredwillpresentap.per missiles and other weapons, The sesson's cannery totals participation by 63 ".H d
"Some Interesting Observations leaving untouched the stock- for. period ending April 27' members! ?0.. .
Relative to the Um ,,' pile whirs has m I hind 1\ v I ': graprfr. 11,035,182 -- -. a
Thin-Liyer Chromatography In million ton of jluminum in saxes 3421741. tenuorln-i
Ester Analysis. Richard W. excess of the top estimate of: 1.1 I ;2.849. li's Official,
Wolford and George J. Edwardsare
our possible ,
needs
In a war Totals for the
co-authors of this paper. and 31,000 tons of excess ti corresponding Bourbon Is
Last year the Meetlng-ln- tanium.If period last season: grapefruit

Miniature was held In Winter the government would 15,795,218, oranges 59.460,306, 'AllAmerican'WASHINGTON x t !wxf'1
Haven tangerines 400032.
draw
aluminum and
titanium Weekly fruit shipments for (UPI Now
l
from the
stockpile, Instead of s e
Him And the week ending Friday totaled It's official Bourbon Is a Her buying more, Campbell pointsout 354,366 boxes compared American booze
it could
save many mil
'Ear Lifted' lions of dollars with 436,194 last week.
now being Last week's The House after sober consideration
spent on the vital but shipment totals
nonetheless final

gave congressional
WASHINGTON (UPI)-President costly missile and were: grapefruit 157,282, oranges .
approval Monday to legislation
Johnson went for those weapons procurement pro 196,622, tangerines 43, giving bourbon whisky
beagle cart again Monday, but gram It also could reduce the temples 419. U.S. citizenship It suggestedthat
all he got was a wag of the stockpile storage costs substantially The season's shipment totals appropriate government
tall no yelp. and save Interest for period ending April 27' agencies take action to stop
The Chief Executive was out on the money It has to borrowto were: grapefruit 12,25.152, 01 other nations from sending
for another of hit talk.and- par for the storage anger 3,971,683 tangerines 2- their liquor Into the United
I stroll tours of the White Houie But the Comptroller General 141,223 temples 1.040.534, tangelos States libeled as bourbon "
south lawn with newsmen when"Him" reports that over a two. 501,863, murcottl 117,089 tv y'Ott
I I and "Her," the family year period he has been unable Totals for corresponding In case anyone wants to
beagles bounded out to meet to make any progress period last season: grapefult know how bourbon got to be

him, with this particular plan to'save 11.S11.493, oranges T.181684, all-American the House Ways
Johnson reached! down and some of the funds shelled tangerines 1,921,426, temples st Means Committee reportedto
gently tugged! at "Him'." ears. out annually by the taxpaycrs 561148 the House that the name refers
He did it deliberately, he said, He cites an assortment of to the "particular part of
to show tint he was not hurt official "reasons" for defense the world this distinctive distilled .
Ing the dog but merely being agencies' refusals to go along SHOP IN WINTER HAVEN spirit first derived from t> ,
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f.d,e f inner, Champor 4y _ 1 Group III Track CrownBy I


e : BOB HAVILANDSport. Kmii 'chamberlain\ zsvt. on the Panthers winning 880

Los AngelesBy 1 / MHer Lakeland I', Jefferson 8, yard relay. team
The Winter Haven Blue Hillgbiimugh I, and Brandon .la i Individual. qualifying fur,
Devil track team scored K 7 the state meet! winter Haven,
MILTON RICHMAN :i- a dollar again ir points and qualified 10 per. Two competitor in the ten M the field followed h t s
UPI S y | That was quite a scrap in Making his first start since la Gainesville at the Group the itate in three ....Ia. Rob tlohlasla and Chamberlain
1\ Louis and a pretty good one tearing a muscle in Ida left III meet held la Lakelandyeaterdar IMOOS i Powell won both hur ftve ...id. Brandon three
1I.e Milwaukee, too although forearm on April K. Bandy AIM! all tfcto was die events ad waa on aM Latn/eeld two, and Jefferson
I. ,t main event took place inos showed him the layoff dMat hurt load for the top spot h MH- Knights winning sprint medley one,
i Angeles where Sandy Koux at all u he held the Cub district, edging out Western rela> > team Plant' Lev- The top three finishers mIndUvUMal
k demonstrated he's the win. first scoreless on one bit through the conference champ Tampa maths won both dashes, UM events and the top
e er and still champ seven il1_". Plant by three points 100 and 21t yardee and. wa two Mina In relay event

e j If you went to bed early Mon.ay The dark haired Dodger The win was tweet revenue! night, you missed all l the dandy nursed a 1-0 lead until for the local lot jut 11 day OM ft the bifffest upsets
s Ixcitement In the National the eight Inning when Andre ego the Plant Panthers! wen Hero Is How eaate ta the shot put. ConfereM .
1'1If. And there was plenty. the league event with tome
o Rodgers homered into the left tfcmpion Larry Gamble
Bean balls and ball were field bullpen Koufax kept the thing less than a roar, but. Devils Did It of Ltkatend and Winter Ha

lirown in St Louis and punell.s Cuba at bay thereafter until the --- nevertheless, they won. In the Here> is how the Blue Devils ...*. tfcff strongmen, seniors
e were tossed in Milwaukee Dodgers beat Dick Ellsworth In I final event that day Winter IIWI'ed 16 point to place: firs. MM Tyivial and Phil Farm

here even 73-year-old Casey the 10th when Maury Will tingled I Haven wi leading the pack in ye ter< .,'. Group HI leach elia aid Junior David Barton,
tengel was knocked to the home Dick Tracewiki :: In the final relay event NeedIng meet: MM to qualify for the state
t round. from second base. only a second to cop the Shut Put Fartaetta and Barton quali

But Koutax provided the real The _ championship, the Devils Phil rariMita lat S fled la ta abet put.Plumbers .
)opener by throwing aspirin the victory was the second of dropped f the baton on the third David Barten.... 4
tablets in Lot Angeles, striking season for Koufax against leg handoff to hand Plant the Bill Tymltl Mi 1Ii
lut, 13 and pitching the same number of bases andIt Play
a inning loop title.
hree-hitler for a 2.1 marked the first time this DEVILS ACCEPT TROPHY-Bob O.nbrink, left track manager at yeiUrday'i
victory But yesterday war a different
Jiver, the Cuba that convinced year he fanned 10 or more. His Group III meet, preienti the team trophy to Winter Haven track coach Bill Duncan day and the Devflmen llih Jump Conies TonightDaniels

the worried Dodgers he'. sound 13 strikeout equaled the top Also part of the ceremonies was Phil Farinala and Tom Hatches, co-ceptaint, and Herman took almoat every advantageof Bob Ream sled .
single-game high for the season Loftin aniitant track coach. The locals got 56 point to edge Tampa Plant by It that was possible. The Plumbing Softball
Jtmet Burke 4th I
in .
the majors, but mote Important three for the crown.Major team moves back Into action
Bailey Challenges Devil thinclida Jumped to a U the Lakeland .
it quieted the Dodg City league tonight
IMets' Ron HuntMILWAUKEE ers' nerve about the conditionof 10-3 lead after the shot put I at a:IS at John Coi Field
his left irm.Elsewhere and maintained a 20-17 lead Broad Jump a Imlth-DoufUs' of Plant
(UP!) A Leaguers Firing Beanbal/s after the five fold events were Larry Peaeork 4th I Cl
I steaming Ed Bailey stood in in the National completed in the afternoon I'ole'saint' The Plumbers, e.. In all
[the Milwaukee Brave locker League the Cardinals droppedthe Last Right they fell behind, Dub Ream Srd 1 tame but undefeated In the

[ room Monday night and issued Philliea into second place By LEO SOROKA wide Bennett didn't even move National League President Warren came back to notch the score MUe Itun 1.aktlandloop. will have Marvin
[ a challenge by beating them. 92, the United Press International but he glared at Gibson Giles at 3636 before a one-two fin- Bobby Lang 3rd 3 Simmons or Carroll Laateter
"I'tl be out there tomorrow if Braves shaded the Met, 21; ST. LOUIS (UPI) Right The second pitch made Bennett Ish in the two.yard run all but tiwo.Yrd Relay pitching
I he wants to try it again" the the Giants took over first place hander Bob Gibson of the St move away slightly, and Manager Johnny Keane and put the group trophy In coach Winter Haven 2nd I
6.f o o t-1, 205-pound Bailey with a inning 3-2 victory over Louis Cardinal, and Dennis Bennett moved toward t h. catcher Tim McCarver approached Bill Duncan'a car. 440.Yard RUB sure LINetatiNNHIRN .
warned. "Let me put it to you the Calti and. the Pirates beat Bennett and Jack Baldschun of mound followed by home plate Harvey protestingthe The Blue Devil that qualified Robert Bailey Mh 1 '' Inlw1.Ittl wiAn L. 5:

this way If I'd spit in your the Reds 4 2, the Philadelphia Phillies who umpire Doug Harvey warning. for the tale meet were: 180-Yard Low Hurdle .... .a I5ss
j face, you'd come after me too" In the American League exchanged heanballs said today Harvey waved a warning fin Later, Bennett was removedIn Bob Ream, third In pole vault Larry Peacock 2nd 4 H. 8IMrp .1 JtW ra I
Bailey war referring to a Cleveland defeated Boston TS.; they were Justified in what they ger at Gibson, which automatically the third during a Cardinal and third In high jump; Larry 11I1.\'InI stun 27'
| gime-closing incident In the Baltimore downed Washington, did and Gibson said "I've got result In a 150 fine by rally for reliefer Baldichun, Peacock second In 180-yard Barry Utrlow lit SHoot OMaseweeius 045 ::11',
11-4 Chicago mauled Minnesota who finished the third na 1_._ iii
; Inning. low hurdles and
Bravei 2-1 win over the New to protect my own player by participant on Gibion 2nd 4 22
York Met. His wor'ds-like his 10-S, and Kansas City clipped throwing back." 4-Some But In the fourth Baldschun hit the second place 880-yard re W, Iaary my .a'.
Mixed
Lot Angeles 7 4. All three pitchers opened up Gibson lay team along with Gary Me- I .a M at u
action at the end of the game w. a as
-were directed at Met second In dressing room talk after the Named "Baldschun tried to hit me on Daniel George Davit, and Medley Relay ..oi fry. M'.
baseman Cardinals Monday night victory Champs the first pitch down In my inkles Ronnie Booth, Phil (Flip) Winter Haven 3rd I N U
Ron
Hunt who
plowed into Bailey trying, to Major League Standing with southpaw Bennett At Lake RegionThe and the umpires didn't Farlnella, first shot put; David no-Yard Dash. ........_rk '-MOUNT. Uxl> It US ..1'.'.,
By United Press Inttrroationil warn him like they did when I Barton, second shot _
the tying in the ninth saying, "Gibson'i nothing buta put; Ronnie IJooth 4th I Ifttti tm 1M Deans S,tOrt
score run American League chicken . (..o.b.I." brushed a man bark" Gibson Bobby Lang, third mile run; George Davis SUi 1 asp Mil
Inning; team of Dave Hull and said "I guess you have to l7i.h resin' *e.me O*.". Sport
W. L. Pet GB Gibson wit ejected from the Barry Garlow. tint 880 yard
WMmr C- 171
"I was guarding the plate Cleveland Nancy Brady and the team of throw at a guy'i held before 1Mil Shy -1t"1 W
9 4 .692 game In the fourth inning for run; and Hoot Gibson second wHM C
Bailey laid. "He didn't slide Mr. and Mrs. Al Murphy tied the amps consider that )'ou'r.Ilmln Dane m. f Cratch IM D ... -
Chicago I 5 .t115 1 throwing hit bat at Baldschun urn yard run.
Relay
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He ran into me all elbows for top honor In the Lake "
Detroit I '1 .533 t "If he (Gibson) wants to at somebody In team total scores the Winter Haven Sth 2 isIIteli liullvMiul; fame C W
and everything. Sure I went Region Yacht and CountryClub's Baldschun said he wasn't try OHM IM J ". UwrM
Baltimore I 1 .533 I fight he ought to put up hit final results were: Winter lit irt I"OYk'
after him. Who wouldn't? Mixed foreiome event hit I Van Ml A
ing to Gibson
Minnesota 9 f .500 2Vt fists instead of throwing the ven 56, Plant 53, Roblntoo 48, TOTAL M rises ttl D ...Inl. MO
'He was trying to hurt someone Sunday. "I Just wanted totot\ him
New York 8. boo 241Kansas bat . that's a cowtrd't way bet I
Both recorded Site
teem
Bailey laid. The incident, know that we could throw
a
out if I
CityWashington 'f I .467 1 ever saw one.
to lead the Held of 31 tams, "
which provided the end. few close too.
game ones FOR MORE EFFICIENT MARINO
who
11 ,421 4 Bsldschun replaced Third low netwenttoAlEste*
ing out nearly erupted Into a Lot starter Bennett, contended that ---- -
Angeles 'f 10 .412 4
and Mrs. Con Little to, witha
full scale l brawl when both
Boston S 9 .400 4Moaday' Gibson "threw at our hitter, 72. Mr and Mr*. Jack Brake
benches were cleared Several Result so I figure he had one brush placed fourth with a 73. BOWLING LOOK INTOOUTLOOK
punch were thrown but no "
Cleveland 7 Boston 5. night coming. Two team tied for low gross
one was hurt and the fracas Baltimore 11 Wash 4, night Gibson said that Phlladel.phil' honor, John Brook Jr.and M rte

within was ,brought under control Chicago 10 Minnesota S, night Manager Cne Miuch Vie Brook and Roy Thorns C'tIIITItAL TBAIM.: .rloarus....UI Krknur "
minutes.. Kan City '7 Los Angel i night "lA alwavt tellinjtihls pitcher and Mrs Ivan CecULtdt an f. '
flxrWtoot' 10. 170-pound Hunt tolhrowtat the'l1ltrtl. total of 71 crlchr*'"< ( UnM M 1Y
knocked Bailey head over heels National League 1..k. Bar tlrllH m ItHartnt
deserve
"They tolet some of Mr. and Mr. Lou Brown UIMM II
IIBowlland
and started for the dugout, but W Pet CB their own medicine once In a tied Mr. and Mra. Fred Talbot it ftM
Bailey came after him and San Francisco 11 4 .733 ,. while," Gibson said for blind bogey honor IA'.'. 1uftI..... Recta Si
both benches joined in the Philadelphia 10 ( .667 1 CvpnwVftvtrt Harder 1.:11: -
Gibson charged that Bennett N' ..rvIm ITIT I
brawl Milwaukee 11 ( SIT 1 "started it, and when they start R 1f1I I lam .
Even Casey Stengel Joined in Pittsburgh 10 '7 .588 2 throwing at us I've got to pro- Bankers Romp MM series ...IIIM

the tray. The 73-year-old Mets St. Louis 10'.558 2V'* ect my own players by throwing Myth warn inw PUnUtr LM
Cincinnati I I .500 3'* Past Lions
manager rushed off the bench back. 22-0 moHtth .
with the rest of the Met and Chicago I .400 S The first beinhill incident occurred III Individual, Tuny feMMMiMr Mta: grabbed Braves' shortstop Denis Houston 112 .400 SVi in the Cardinals' second The Lake Alfred Bank'illttl peter uiinr 111 am Wkfi yyHI

Menke. Los Angeles I 12 .400 S* inning after Curt Flood hit his league baaeball team romped ** IndKrMlMJ M*. Pan(MM*...,TonyRotMHuwr M*,
Menke, explaining afterward New York I 14 see t third home run off the left field I 22-0 victory over the Haines Jo UM $i-_ Mil tortakl tti
said "I felt something on my Monday's Results acoreboard. Later In the Inning, City Lion yesterday.The hid, P.U CMNior-M. (! ; OlrnxmIII
H t Ml OMIIV
shoulder I whirled around and Milwaukee 2 New York 1, night second baseman Julian Javier Bankers got 13 hits In* Palmer 114 BUI WkM. .,.. H. MMnmtrr
there was Casey on the Pittsburgh 4 Cincinnati 2, night dropped to the ground to escape eluding home runs by Victor nt-IH ft** WUkliwm Jl"
St. Louis t Phil 2, night Simmers Ham) Linnhnt IN, C T kVt.l .
ground a Bennett pitch and Billy Martin. . tori W...*. IM. Art WliliiIW -
Asked it he helped the "old Los Angeles 2 Chicago 1, 10 innings Apparently nothing was said, Simmers was the winning ..,

maD" to his feet, Menke said, night but in the Phillies' third with pitcher
"no, ha I had two Met to take San Francisco 3 Houston 2, 12 Bennett at the plate, the first In other action Davenport f C
care of him." Inning Gibson pitch went high and t-2.downed the Lake Alfred Lions, NAIL a t'NAiv NltelturH 1/1 J

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Petite SiceDreaMf YOUNG MEN fulfill your COME SEE US .. ' :,Nt'Y apartment air LOOdltlinvd '

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titH . II R MTV writ can att-l NEWLOCATION LOCAL SERVICESAVE : for rent. Alan IB over Dealnblcnekrhhorhrad. I acre Winter Haven Harbour

Tampa, for details i land Rnaseaabk. Owner 3IU 4ft. I III. MWl
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June I Inn e OM Pair *<**Lee Apartments

2-BBDROOM turaiahea ipartment a JTBttal I .P.p0WII 1700 ah Street NW
Nlbeann .. AT MONEY . SAVE TIME Lake Silver Drive Summer ratetttOt
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OPEN
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4016th Street, S.W. CALL TODAY Phone: 213IMM

COTTAGE SHOP FIRST FLOOR .. ,
WOMAN with ear to make how selection of towa lala I.tWdg. From 110,750. $4S.00 per month
have large
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Open I A.M. 'tU 7 P.M. BOTH NEW & SWIMMING POOLS AUTO SERVICE REDMR1aRD HOMES Low
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WANTEDServiceman far adulta toraoaadporc* monthly payment. Modern CB 2
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K :Jol' your ..r.__" In touch USED CARS All electric kitchen. CY S-TMI 1551Ave. SOON! CTS5-3 oonrtruction CA Sunday ,
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"F. fenced preferred, not n Ma7S 27: .May 21PrrmanaM .Valiant . ....... One'2 Bedroom
FLOYD ROBERTS MOTORS ... .Ave.ARAEXCELLENT Furnished Home For
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Mrs. Carbon Pageant. Lake Oaark. Mlaaourl :21..May 111 -- ._- $40
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and reference. in rear. Located at 239 t I
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MortgageLoans The South 1100 DOWN
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000 III.mm down Neal Lo TRAILERS (or rant or $
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FIRST MORTGAGESFIRST ( ) Articles For Sale. Interest rate loin with. And I| .hoppl III . .
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hI WINTER HAVEN BALE -- Rent reconditioned from the living VARNER REALTY
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SPRING CLEARANCE n STAR PHMH Phone
III Ave A, NW COMMtlU -277 MagnoliaCY31U1 -At JSJW7I22Kay I
Buy. your K<4iU Horn I .
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10 *..I 601 Doalrra>
10' x 40' . '.:imooAlw nnw W41.1DOIIIROOrlM 00. world Scion I. Ideal retirewient IELI. RENT
ued Trallm U'II 00 and .....41 f.1t; air .. 2020 Dundee Md. aat>lil7May ere Commodri C.odlrty a area. Tw. ............, Florida UKE
NW
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AC Liking 11IO.to Call CY 2-2411 ITS Av A FURNISHED OR VNn'RNISHID1to :
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ANDY BEACH TRAILER room. ales kallt-lm. aad air
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ipHwy. *3 W MJIMMrH R..nl.I.1 dIUeoer. roar ',... romfert raabe RIHt Range Rd.
Bank financing al I.. ---- poem at ealy" 114.to*. fall new puune 2
45May PLASTERING VACUUM ru.ici'Lr..u '. ... .
PLANT r appotatmeal to ere 3 BEDROOM 1 bath, large family
I I Large bedrnomi IS bathe, cfntral :
tic I'er I to*. room built In OE kitchen all brickhome
TRAII.KR8 FOR ALB OR a(8). Tomato. Cocks onb Scar heat and air conditioning In Beautifully landscaped. .
Now or Ued 4YO.,.'. nejce. Plnke. Petunia Blnnlaa PARTS a SiKVleh!: for choke N E: 1 location 1M-I1M. 1002: Hat and I
water but
city
sewer *
IIAHI>KOTE Ptaetrr MARBLE-: Klrb'//
FEDDERSWatirt . UJ'I.\1II1'1' I'U.W)
1400 Havendal 2T6 Ave Q NE
Park 1.7
and all .... .
Marigold. SHAW S AT TRAP- KUTC lor .at.rlor wall. awlmmini Hoover Elect rolui 0"1. city (No city tax* ) School
$ UOIfT In Elolae M pool. H R BROWN CY Frw uicaup. drlitery and hue e rvtce to all Khooli at front
... . KrYNOlXa VACUUM 1{ t4.fI1l-fe
------ 3-53911 11.TF I door 1300 Down l 700 month
Le.... UfflafWk of flm- furniture Include ULANER BrRVUB: Phone ,! ((13)) Real Estate For Sale en CY J-lSd ..TFLAKE.aoor1'
((5-A) Moving &, Storage piece erctlonal. refrlKtralor. CY WWI 2-May 11 n.(4)ln. .]
.to Hoa*. !" 22 pkcrn In all Take --- -- -
payment* It at par week Lex Home Improvement |*a* DOWN
Air c.rdltlalpAT'rKISSON : 1 month oM Warehoue* rue DAILY AD75I731Se IDYLRIDGEVIEW WARREN SECKEL Realtor 3 Bedroom. Florida room. oocro...

IMPERIAL MOVING ,. Sale. 12 ath St.. NWBlNOrtt Old porch built-in 0... ram.
Prompt and .fflct.nt ervtc 3IJ.4I OBTS Be n.T1 ... Lot 40 i lj |is.too Mortgarepayaale .
all your moving need. ? - ----- -- HrlAlK: Kk.ri.AOK!: PAINT OPEN HOUSE tlOlOO per month 202
CT MIX for free Im' Call fur FREE ESTIMATE: !: U H TRY 'TBB) LOW COST -- -- South Lake Dane Dr. CY M77I titer -
'AftnH for Allan Van Linn, : AITOMATK' ,;RAY C"nlr.tur after 100 p m HIM 4 00 m T TF
Nettling ft Cooling .ervlnf all to Hale .+- model Like new Heuueaeaerd J1J-6PO. $May t SCMVlCE; WBRCTOST I IOR SALE!: BY OWNER --
:., tltch', buttonhole* blind 1*R. I-Bath -- 1340 X). ft overall Beautiful. new colonial horn Corner OrE NOISE:
.. twin ,needle. etc' AIL lCI 1-Bath. UOWO t-Batli. douMe carport M ewrkw.Mng Lake BlbertKB 1'10 PM toTMPM( dally
Call CY ((6)) Special Services ATTACHMBNTI Pal *.. 100 w). ft. overall '10.100.i : iMtlon. m IDa,,,. carpaldrtpea *>4 Ave H SB Completely
30289.at. balenp ITIM take central heat a air oendl- vated Already: (Inanced. .
or CY
up pay- .zlot
1710 month No credit n..d-. (,10,I ] Articles For SaleBE (II-A) For Rent, Unf. i Out Havonaale. Blvd. turn Nest to lion all ataetrlc. bullt-ta kitchen
I 11.1 Bt
or Airport Rd. to 1.1 paved
Wrn credit M.r. P 0 Bun WIU aw-rinoa. Call CY 2442 day :
Winter Haven Drafilna Co Winter Haven HO | nwd on I'ft or call . CY 2-3(72 altar f p.m lo-TF S-BEDROOK. m BATH HOMES -
All lypt Commercial. aRuldentlal .IlOIlO down
GENE
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COOL BU dlerounti J Bn-DROOMg Imiir Florida room i CY
drafting this nunimrr 1S71I REAL ESTATE Lake
. .. Alfred
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: RtFPOERATORa
on all II B and 4MRSSON U-rrauo rimm Mirlh f ol near
BatlefaclHNi Ouarenl.d ON CHAIN OF LAKES 272-1585
New 4
Brtft,', Jeifftlryl Drawn Bide.. CY +- ..*Cmnlilleltro Washers. .. Recoadl-. Dryore fane tl-LJWORTH: 20 led Darner School IWI TOWN "a fl-May M bedroom. I bath home- . 40 aaTFIOOKINO
Air St. NW 2M COUNTRY REAL ESTATk: I 1 __
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screened
pore double FOR HOME
THaw __ carport
fully uaraotod W
Talrd Street. BWH MI41 dock,, Weal eld Lake Biota. lioover .f 4 Bedroom Sum, takefront.
IMM and Up, JOHNSON candle -- --- -
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Block South of Port Offlo CUSTOM MADE CHAFES A $ UkeAWNd . LargiSURr"lion 1st on HOARD II O. Iralna good can LUXURY---- ----honii .n mrlua... l I.... A Lot For Road CY 2-474U CY KXM. 7TF Contact Chuck. R Fro.mk
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Blind : -- 1k"H0RHT1fAI..ER:
ALTERATIONS A ( 0. ""
Nit. 113.
sad ITV11M: m-l5W, condition ;JBn -
QalM Watch Track on |il)wood, complete IIbar.n nick Park Air Nile A
mixlern equipment I 1010 Wk. end M3-M11 $7nWSiSiSiI
:: let Tenor aaaaphonewith ., IW bathe livlnc room dlnlnn B
NW, CY $7664 Mra Edna trlir 2-BEDROOM balks. large Florida
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Jewelry Repair - --- --- .
raar .,.U.nt condition CY room dra.ierlei throwihout .parI So Little roam built-in. kitchen. centralair
_MMay U E Freewr II ru ft 3-7320 or 131 W Lake Klbert Dr ate 20 a 29' playhouee Leaee withopHon double carport.. undergroundirrluilon I
-- -- 00 Call after t JO p m CY afar t 30 i' m M buy flTI 00 per month conventional financing.
17.01.7 17 WANTED: H V7 :. __ ____ See Kit Ave MM\! '''''" call Jack" . MOW n.2 down tlWOO monthprtaclpal : Just Listed
--- BUILDINOSROBATOB CO FOR FAMOUS KNAPP 8HOB8 PI.... CY 4-I22H I 00 a m to t 00 Close In SE section . Walking I and Intereat tat Ave N,
WRBCKl.NC
ALCOHOUC8 ANONYMOUS CY J.\IIiIl SEWING MACHINEIRKPOUSSIBSDI : Call p.m weekday 2-7 dlatance to School on large 100 SB. 2M-14M 6-1 1902 8th st. SE

24-1447 1-. I TUCK HrN (t. lot. Neat 2 bedroom CB, --- ------ ,
DIAL 0 MATIC WINO CY
Meeting County .:I--j.npartm.nt(1.B I.11 P;.M' LAWN MOWER REPAIR LI* automatic laaatnn .- 3-May II ((12)) For Rant: Furn. tile bath home. Carport utility IMO tying DOWN KUDO and move In No quail-.. Choice comer location in
per month bumaannary ,
buttonhoeM
make mono-
WILEY RICHARDSON famnr ititcha without al kitchen includes Elec bedroom fu", ....... due beautiful Lahi Wa Manor

122 wtn at. NW ) :'m"'n Balance In 14 or IM 00 \tIO.A I ) Boats & Motors 1-1a.:1I1\00" .rtm..t IlrollDd range & refg. drapes . Only I ea large let with country .II.I Walking distance to
( ) Loans Up To $600 Paymenu Itou Mr month 12500. TermaBeasley N A'I REAL ESTATE CY
all SE achooli
Call CY M.MI4Winter tour 101 An I.. ::0.11: It-TF I II 14117. CY 8-MtII JOHN R4..VI. no city
Haven --- I ASSOCIATE 1-7 taxes truly a neighborhood .
6-A( ) Animals & Supplies 35-May 5 run' a ALB i PMt.. with ta HP PUSl116NW a roan duplex" Realty Co.I -
Real Estate Loans JoluioM motor, practically new: AdwMa. No pel Bwellentborhood neUh- ---- -- of fine homes 1

BET Cadillac rhmmr la eurrlleM condition ISM el. I 14Flbrrglaae CY l-4tM/ or CTs7TV IM (lh st., NW CY 127ST large bedrooms, t tiled
MALE BOXER Stud Service Ire whoaiii lire. and took Beet I .boat with 1.W 10 HP LET US baths
carpeted living
Improved
Oa vacant or propertyM .. CY t-WWJ 24 Johnaun motor cicolknt eoajaMM --- - --- -
dam. coat alms r brlnf law white Traler Park Ave. FOR RENT: furnkdVd lakefronl
c.t':: ---- ---- 1200 W Rainbow room paneled family
In pour deed or legal deacrlplloB $ x a. ll....,rr Rd. SC. CY cottage MIl UU per mouth ("Y HELP YOU '
w* ale make end mortgage ---- - FOAM RUBBER Any .Ir 'ar. ..." 1-1 WANTED room large screen porch
moat loan completed the earn POODLE: 1RIM $8IO( shape DISCOUNT PRII'E$ ---- --- -- - - -- and patio double carport.
day and confidential loo'! CUP |30 at MIM1S TRIM MOP Ins Av IJ k.'T Profroeloiuil carpet cleaningreautta TWO bedroom furmWwd or unfuralaaed If you are looking for a
POODLE SALON I'h_ NW rv MBII a-rr real Btoctrtc. carpetihampooer OB -- --------.
Domestic 'loan for appointment" 27 FlUTK by II 00 per day with Ave i) M t'Y 3-TTFT JMLAKEFRO this sacrifice tala This new FHA terms avail
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band. Mo 00 wa f..rc. This styling brick ble. To Inspect this home,
SINCR ittt ......w.... NI open property eontittt of I BR

Car. A A Ird MW CY t-ltlt 7)) To Buy Or Trade kla It North POll Sierra Court Motel 24 Lane airy" I' roonu APARTMENT and kiihenIM 2 crete home gives you a Ht baths Urge kitchen call

... - ---- (I lIoA I ) For Rent Unf. : n a HMith, Dan CY VMIt feeling of bringing the and dining area, earportaadjoining PAUL SMITH
.
double dreeeer and mirror After IM p.n. .1 I-7J1J I TLOVtiLT '' out of doors inside ODe ; the but
carporta
VE BUY KIM! appllancM and marred 14410 SAVE ,
-- -- Eve. Sw. CV JMOt
nell UMd ,,' wall ia sliding glass doors '
allure and wa a" Lamp cheata dreeeere ta 24M-Jraam dupWt oa separated from the home

((2)) Help! Wanted M and furnllur Brook dinette, chair, etc II00 up BBDMOOM uaJuralahed. hone lake Hew furniture Adult. nopeta which open onto a :It' ia a building contUtiog of 2
a Furnltur 2MI Haveadal . Pura-tun- Sale fa 3,0 BRASLEY WO.. m, rta. CT 1.5715TV
St. NW. >>4 : ::W t /tS Ii 1 CTSI74EWII5R ------ screened porch giving s rooms and bath which maybe Town f, COUNTRY

HOISICKKEPKR WANTED --- --- 1-3757 GARAGE: APARTMENT Madero51md feeling of tpaciouincaa used for ihop office or
board rurnlehed plua 110alary I", reiondittnned man work --- floor euhble ale -.I' The beautifully land- 277UjtjHl4CX fi1fl'rlin 1 I
room and Alto
((3)) Automotive) .", Nio "rera.*d See bay apartment. Included U I
weak Whit. roman "' een 10 apareclala ;
around 40 per year* oM ilngle CALL yea buy All awn and colon I MM N'hrerlsAPANTMk1Tn rY 4-4:1: I 114 Ave CITE 11 TTDur acaped garden U eaiily a built.in range and refrigerator 3-1141'

CY .*4I2. a02 Ave O NB. ioU .lion. .nor. mat..,Ita Arlan* Av. I --- -- cared for with water
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Arm Scorn Cnootln.n wtnar Nave a bed I ROOM ..... lor reM ,., roved
--------- IMO" DODtlE 4-door VI ." II TFPRINTERS hitches .......... atoMrMgaraf. ,, from well with "
radio. heater ._1...... 1'OIId1l1o.IJIO Can On. ._ mum irw Red isek Irn Ira Ave x 'W a deep I J
---- - ""t. an AM B This entire package la :
MIDDLX AGE whit lady deilr Av C SW Shone / utr: Or eeawahhed $1 complete irrigation syt-
yAO -- -- - --
day*, weekly work a* companion pr.ced under the market at
-- --- tern
houaekeepar. or child. care li Inter- -- -- 2 BEDROOM ...,..rtt\oIIrtI ap.rtrn.el . tit WO CaD
only ,
*..t'pilon.. CY 4-WJ3 I SO a m to AUILLAC t-oNve: .TI tR I t VILLA r. GARDEN today (oran

|oo P m Own tranaportatlon andrefereocea. ELDARADO: BIARR1TS. ". S.lgevu and nfrl..retMMap OCY'- APARTMENtS PBOPl. 1 1 1 NOR a I PARTICUAR beJroomimwB1 The details art all carefully Inspection appointment (((14 A) Lots i Acreage

-a-7- air, full compliment of ace.-' 113m=..r StnNW l'H MOTOR |/)|>1B IIw1 worked out from
--- Beat offer CY 3-0603.
North a-TP fireplace to completely Tor an additional lljoo I
Ie -- -- ---- _
FORMER MARINES, receive ISM BU1CK A I condition.; Caa 3-BBDROOkf 2 bath. pewit, Mw RSMSIHED'ma- -. ReaaoaaM-- equipped kitchen. you may purchase ao adjoining SMALL RANCH

four (4) days pay each month nee at Ihe. American StatlM. plea carportfhad pelt kit.ch.S : Near Tkr Sway sad boarhSeparate lot that hat aOu

for one weekend drilL Regular after Cape 100. Garden, .... Rd. Phone 954- COMMERCEINDUSTRY Read: >Tk avolianc CV 2144APARTMENTS 1791. 55 Seekey.5. -. Park oMram im.r O- Aver: i NW rIOM .... Unuaual and delightful :il.tiei septic tank and A rr:: .M Smw A' a.m Small,,: '
spier b f
toward retirement plus i I
credits INS FALCON Station w.;;. r - ct aatia. aTFFVRNISHBO Owner ia transferred tra I Icr plUG already in- la.eemmA gaud paeturman ,.nA
.8IIDIKI01III
of 4epd i seeta.M
the added earning power two Can stalled Vak amiaMr Pk-s
,
ale by owner t Cyl $ kIT
WUor MroWwd RteaIS
5/154
.u4O a oal44U
: I raaea aarta>
week summer camp In California ' Shift drive radio (water GOVERNMENT <'all C'Y 2-Salt I. lake Su5p. area W Oran<. St Lake Alfred I / **l wKk urwuATHJERTON
.._ mHe.. Call CY .$ ELEANOR: IGLEIUKTEvea.
driven
in Auguit Call IM-ltU Phoae PR 2-lfctl Ala I..*.... water i iferoNMd. LEIS BROS.REALTORS.

Tampa, for detaila. or CY54111SPEEDOMETER __ '\ Pm.axaI Adult, oa.: __ I-TF See CB a.1112

JIIU SO .. a I MII......_ 501-510 .. ... Awp 110011II. D'.alom o."IMI'f. 1 ,
Complete aervlca aid new aC411.rt RULTY CO .... _
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L A. i Sarrtca. Itt Itk St. U4 ata St NW CV 2-2ftt' 36.7FJ TOWN COUNTRY lite Sbttk St.. MrOpyiiXa REALTY
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CY ol I JkKl* I A 3.
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pack ON CHAIN
MANAGER for GIIIIC T/ ,
PARTS .... 7 Bedranm IJkKtFUOirr ..... wHknreplarr coorunu.r ...i cattairea / North Gala) GO.
......
rr- .M NkeraY. ... re.puinAo INS VOLKSWAGEN salsa. I and tier balk plan perM and coeafortab tttot i.r lee 2lktatelliCL8 riVl'fIiI mim >Ka/ OKTlAtteea
...ry.e.d ": Sierra Dowel M45d'Iwv ... _
,. Top ....". oweer New tlrea.! Radl. IIIIT Apply 11I1m. iniwded -INI Gnr.i1L
III. Airy1'eartra"""tte Imm.cll." II2MW ... at Sierra ( .>un I VWh 2t-TF t'OtrT MOTES c-r.: 4310a4T1__ I >. a Gap Ai/arMS aa51aee0
on -
_1ng. c-taf't .A. Jr.. 17 alllliunr..tral North I Hwy II North I I/l.v.s., .. 371.3117 I MK011II l" m. lake. Dick FOR RBNT )._.... fwralah d 34S

luppl. N H.4.1.U r 0' CY IM3 VOLKIWAGEN with ......... .ml bra>.h klti'hrn ai>lia*>cea, Saw oa lee ft Lake Ida NoWaoatt en ACRES of .... 4 n.. .. temw
....11. W.I. Pko.e- ... aunI Original owner low ni,Ira, itA ITS00 mwh No i'.l' (Y aTI214TF o. 55th'l '. Can C* >*>M I Wi (own ,n '... 1-' IW ,
= tt:4m. :;; Fur sale M irade 9010345. 7 C1' .....






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WWWlWWi JnJW LAff-A-oWY Lese Caron VORE KCKAPOO JO/JUICE 6 5731,TNE 'Y.WRI+COMB 17 C10T PLENTY 0' 1 N AN' IT tiOTr0

Jj LEAKIKJ DOrN TH CLIFF, AN' TV4 R, R4NSYM IT 56000 IN R-REIN'C)40CJ4fq.Xl CY tIB 11Mdr.MFFO'
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GROVES Question f 11.r ,. .

. 1 ACRES Val 4. graperaitctimated

crop0B boxes of val
HOUYWOOD UPI) Alter
( i -
which so wttfc sale PRICE
10 of itruggling in the
yean
9MM .* DOWN Bal. 6
s o0 mate of film making, Leslie..

Yra.M Caron has finally found the an, ,

sour to a .hawsUng personalquestion
ACRES DUNCANS iMmature
1 :. C
tree' loaded for neat
"1 used to wonder. if there
sr $ftTS60 76% DOWN
y was something wrong with ..,"
BeL arranged
said Miss Cares daring aa Interview h04tEILS611b1i _. -
in her hi-urktus house !
TV ACRES of early oranges WNITtR WNRNPVP
trailer Revue
dressing room at
about 7 >1'.. old, estimated Studio. MINsrrF1A.MUfS1RON6 II I

h crop 1,000 boxes . /" wen NO 9'eAy01o6IL
Hiss Caron a onetime French x
POMP Beautiful grove ballerina who has been living
28%" .
$18,500
55ver4 In England came to Hollywood
II 1J
Il to co-star: with Cary Grant hi
50 ACRES Vt Hamhns H "
"Father Goos
P.A. 7 yra. old. Average yield ..veA.fMQ
, 0 Ks F rw n Syi.w. I,4. Astu r She portrays a woman m
1S.T50 boxes or M.!500 lb.. solids 1
charge of a group ol schoolchildren
. PRICE $181,000. 29%" Down "I guess it doesn't cost so much when you break it during World War II\

bal 5 Yrs. at 6% down per square inch." The group' finds. hens stranded

m a South Pacific blind with
40 ACRES Val It P.A. 18 acres t1en
Grant
5 to 8 yrs. < acres matured . 5.5
PHOTOGRAPHYBy Miss Caron's role In the film
bal 2 to 4 )'1''er) nice: .
I is that of a mature. sophistical. -
II I $95,000 2995 Down, bsL ar ed woman character she h snot '% I 1T

ranged . YEAMIto I RUT THIFdt RA61
played on screen before.
LOOKS La B
eo ACRES OF P.A. sV VaL from BART KINCII She became a movie star more BBBTIBM
Vnlted Press International than 10 yean ago portraying riEoR TMsBMTLEf. > 6TILLVTTM .tiff
2 to 25 yrs old 10 IDchen
tt house which rents for $35.00 The Zetas Ikon Division of The final Interchangeable little girl! roles In such films as I 119wt GitR6E:

month Price $70,000 Carl Zriss Inc., has Introduced screen .Ik similar to the normal "Aa American In Paris" and
per 0
23.03333 Down It $11,24167 five new cameras and an Improved view finder but la Intended for "Clgl U

I at 6%. version of the famous accurate focusing with lenses Therein lies the problem of Ac
per year
Conttrex 35mm single lens reflex of 250mn:; focal length or more. maturity which has botheredthe ?

l I have other. from 5 acres: to IELR). To change screens the photographer attractive: actress 5MVa o

100 acres: some mired It others The price range for the various first removes the lens "This is the most sophisticated C 0r

all oranges models caters to Just about and then changes the screens woman that I've played," 5Naaer .

exery taste and pocketbook with a special pair of Iweeaera she said during a break from a G L .p

from |3J for the Color to The new data recording: strip scene with Grant "I'm 31 years ,

RAY EVERLY about 1500 for the Contarex: makes use of the lesdlng 14mm old and I'm playing :33 In this 0LL.

ae,. Beat Estate Broker To the many devotees of edge of the Aim and enables picturt .

Zet&a Ikon SLR cameras the the photographer to add written "I've always played at least

P.O. Box in Lake HamlltoaPboae improved Confines will com- data on the particular 10 years younger than I am

4223371 mand the most attention The frame at the time of exposure That's fun from time to time Aw Air MID ,or ANDY CYrANgMAdA LATI Rytwro
s.,s rAI Last on.7WY ILL iVT raw 4
new model features two important but not as a kabit You !
The completely new cameras wonder
44 J t wr non ncapa wAVplett ieAms .our W4PIIrdA7r
modifications: four interchangeable Introduced by Zebu ken at the if there's something wrong with I et1a1l'eyljl"Alrja

focusing screens Master Photo Dealers' nd Fin your maturity I've got childlike iIz1

((14-A) Lots & Acreag. and a data recording strip ishers' Association annual trade features and I kept getting t'1S

I In addition to the normal show In Chicago were the Con- those psrts" e

viewfinder for the Contarex tins L a SSmm still camera with la her last film. 'L-Shaped r

I ACRES GARAGE that Is. the combined split-tlm- a three-element Colsi PsnUrIII Room," she played aa unwed let ; I IA ,I

age rangefinder and the .I, 45mm lens In a Prontor mother. It was i portrayal 1

Located on Highway between Broundglasa focusing ring-the 250 shutter The camera' also which won kiss C.rolilD Academy .
Lakeland and Winter Haven at new version offers three new interchangeable e
has a built-in but uncoupled Award nomination as Best
entrance: to Sun Acres No restrictions focusing screens light meter and shutter speeds Actress of 1863 She lost the

Building is approxM One screen features a full ranging from 1/30/ to 1/350/ second award to Patricia Neal.

s 50. Has office: supply and groundglasa focusing screen The Contlna L lists for "You want to prove to yourself

restrooms Price $12,500.! which enables the photographerto '80. that you can be universaland

check depth of field over the The new Contlna LK la similar play everything." the esplained

EDNA WATSONREALTOR entire Image: to her sister but has a "I'proved to myself

The clear glass screen has coupled exposure meter of the that I can play own
etched crouhatra which providea "makh-rteedle" type The "L" not onto myself my but age eats YOU MUD TO I II touto rIND ro MAVI 10 MK
to this 6t11
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tZS kit SL, NW CY 4-4141BUILDINa billllant field for focusing inphotomlcroar.ph model costs 115 more town And I AWAY! MY I ftUHT (ITTU IATIN4TMI KUMt IN CMAMClACt
even though I didn'twin i i11OM'I. 111'
1 C0W0N'L IUtTY' UIN6 MO ONt MNS NAIL
sly MEtCR IN TNt
- In the low priced Add. Zelaa an Academy Award It was soon, /0g Nil y Ur ARoIND I ,AVLN'I Il1Nl fHUt OLD 'OLIIoS'' COUNTRY

Ikon Introduced the Color and an honor to be nominated IOASTINI. MOM 9n! ,RIH M0 Wi'u 'I1 tN1SI knee Of THtMSitkt i -,

Legal Advertising the Color P also 35mm still Besides the professional problem omcniA 'OR ME*. IDIUVI Our 00110 / GROUNDS $MCL V

LOT . Pli-ntr ol cameraa \ of being recognized as a rtiGdlfH KltUftMAVl WRl fOR I MIA,

thad u... . Chain of talon The Colors has a Novlcar mature actress, Miis Caron has CUAKcO tNNIR'' lMNt, t CAMt sift'
ucu. 14 toe Chuck S rrarmk 2411(4Mlttt IkOTK K ru: 50mm three element lensIn ben troubled with persons! M rat AIR IITWICN
8CHOENTH4UTH co.
An Amendment !e 1M applicationol
WII. MidV . iM>>>,Sll. 1-7 Kindred Lake Broartcajrtiin a Prontor 121 shutter Shut problems. Her first marriage TWO Ot&ClAViMATt$9CJEr); I '3

U rpontH... UnnM ol lt.dk..L- ter speeds range from 1/30 to ended in divorce, and she recently /

ACREAGE lloa W8IH mduen, Wlnior(ho Har.m.da\l....rWrldLwnlch pawnnqiMMMl 1/125 second: plus "B" There separated from her second .

from I IIw to fcJO Watwu also la an accessory shoe that husband British director %(t

:MIO AeP.. Paalur toad . SUW md.ml for mine lo tin rd- accepts the Ikobllta I capacitor Peter HallQuotes. 0 .. IW 1
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VARNER REALTY bo told on NovMntnr IS. IHJ. lists for US and the "r' for J
.but .... SOW bvon nMKlMduIrd. t* 140 I '
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which br .5
Lak Alfrvd North LakeLowary may Ai I ITO IaiL r A M A
DKttd t* tam or loo* primary
Proprrtloi Pnont 2SMI43 ...... from Legal
tin propound lip Advertising 450 ,Av( p455o55
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WJB8 and Ihe avallaMlltr of By Vailed Press laUrast-msl

LOT ovarkwkln brautlful lake other primary Mrrtc to *uchna IV THK HartrldM. on Uk Vkw Court. and populationsTo dlDKIAI < IR4tlT II ANUS fOMrOLft ; .
teurmlna lh> nalur* and Welsh on the politics of ,
Loa,.... on top wld canal amMcttd 2 OH'MTV. FLOBIIIA, 1 .
with Ctialn ot Lak. Call ..lent of th* lal.rrar.na II IN ( MAMfKBrBCIT Alabama GOY George c Wallace : :
that rack of tin propoMlo
owns broker aft CV r alnf S-K9& tin or lot ara your M would any ass ,. and raeoln tram CaM Non rOB Mn-t4-MI UI>OBCB his opponent In today I _

raca nine and tho InUrforoaotthat JOY C HUBERTS, Democratic primary:
oach of lh> propuoala would
mwlv from all albs tiurtltKtandard ruinufr.RALPH lie's farther to the right

braadcaM putlona. tin B RO6CRTI: than Barry Coldwater and he a

Lakefront Lot anai and, and population tho aiallabUHy atfoclodtlMnbr ofotnor W..t running in a Democratic primsry ..

primary anirlco !.. tno. mono ."

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. Near the Southeast 2 To IM irtormino propoaala. wntlhar Iho pro Juluoavlll' florid WASHINGTON NAACP
YOU ARC: HEREBY NOTIFIED -- -- -- -- --- -
Center pared OMratlOB Ol WSIR Would general counsel Robert L Car
Plata Shopping Thai Ml ol OMnjaihaa for Dta --- ,
. New custom built cauM too' .OJ.clbesbIn oKlMtnc apmtlono Iniorfrronroto of '519. .bn flW ags45M you. let of the Supreme Court's de. 1T CVAQOO TOMB'

homes adjoin this spacious SHallona WTRI.. ........._ Florida and y*. ar* ruird M ..rv. a clsion not to review a lower COMB W. TDO uTtIT'S PA67T MET4JS1tR 1
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font
WiMr Ham. rtortda and '
lakefront lots nearby ,.......... th* ama aadpnpvlatkMU
articled thtrrbyarUrmlM ills UM rlflnal" Aarvor ar Pk.1lug to press this Issue In the
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said lie .Ualtlllt, of Mber pusman court..
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ar any apt. nllt'" A D ISM.D H BtOAIf Jit land University student newt i

1"a WIIPSJI[ I standard. If aa braadcaat Ih nalur atattoaa.and. and .s.. 1 WOMAN ink: RABB.nf Circuit. Mat paper for "refusing to suppressa 1 Jlrr. l s.eesdAN

l.ot thrnwf ,lie ans. and th* firm af "bit" type report m the
pn-ulatMi arfarlad thvrvbyand . student r
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/ad rnwl.UnaL are not acting as
|or plaintiff a public reU
T. '-'-. .la ,lie IKM .. Apr *. Mar a.. U IS. IBttI lions medium for the university
auction SUT(bl W th* OMnmvat- 1 JM Alt0Rd0 oNf413MrAa90.Y / / ,n.g. S4GfH) ,NIrL 9O dOALI
allow Act al ISM. aa mmm- I THie narrrr coral TCBTBdi and should be free to publish IwbgR.1M154'd $Set ACPWPY/.05755 714e NL
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AND BKTTY J K: A N 5TLLLaIlls TILETATS or rijORIDA
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) Twelve/ WINTER HAVEN DAILY NEWSCHEP-WINTER HAVEN, FLORIDA/ Tuesday, May 5.., 1964



Plan Your Drive Stay Alive Winter Haven's 8th Annual





CRUSADE FOR SAFETY !





[[WHAT'S YOUR PRIZE WINNING SLOGAN? SUBMIT YOUR ENTRIES FOR CASH PRIZES!




Public-Spirited Firms and Individuals Have Joined The Daily News-Chief In Sponsoring This Crusade




Allstate Insurance Co. Gulf Counties Gas Co.

Gene Wuriel, Agent North of Eagle Lake City LImits. Phone 294.4159
226 W. Central! Ph. CY 4.2190
.w.r..n..... *. ,
The New
Hailey Ford Company
American National Bank
104 E. Central! Ave. Phone 293-4111 I IHarrtll'
I II I Fifth St., SW Phone 293.4176

Ott's ABC Package Garden Center
Southeast Pine Shopping Center
219 Third St., SW Phone 293-221

Bank of Lake Alfred Malone Hart Painting Contractor
,-P '116 5th St. NE Phone CY 3.2954
120 S. lake Shore Way lake Alfred _

Banyan Motel r I' Havendale Drive-In Theatre

I 1630 6th St., NW Phone CY 3-6775 rti and Ritz Theatre

i
Beaslejr Insurance Agency Haven-Dale Lanes Bowling

110 A.,.. A, NW Phone CY 3-4147 2350 31st St. NW Phone CY 3.5126
nl + ,

Bentley Bros., Citrus Dealers a Kenny Hough Service Station
36SAve. R, SE Phon. 294.4115 I
Across Street from Eloise Post Office Ph. CY 3-0190 I

Berry Builders Suppy, Inc. Lake Alfred Packing Co.
345 Ave. C, S.W. Phone CY 4-3193 I ,
160 W. Haines Blvd. lake Alfred FR 2.152 3

Bordo Products Co.
Lake Region Bank of Commerce
7th St. & A".. R, SW Phone CY 3-JIII I ,
,:"jg; ISO Third St., SW Phone CY 4-3131

Bowen Grove Senrice --Tr
241 Are.,E, SW Phone CY 3-3761 " .. Lake Shipp Boat Basin-Betel
2435 7th St., S.W. Phone CY 31914J.

Bradford Oil Co. Fj J.,,' ,IJ/'"' Ywr' ', kr :;

Shell Jobber Phone CY 3-9072 11 4 ..' , ... A. Mann Plumbing Co.
,, .. .;;',(;$1 ".1 't:' .r. .J.':" 179 W. Central! A... Phone CY 3.2769

Central Florida Gas Corp. "",1 i :: '
\ :'
a
3SI Third St., NW Phone CY 3212SChevrolet r Wd Martin Plumbing &: Hardware
,. 4. r d di 140 E. Helnei Blvd. lake Alfred -, FR 2.I no
P 'Vb i i pMri 19 I u..i
enter s
Mather Furniture of Winter Haven
260 Sixth! St., SW Phone CY 3-3143
"Polk County's Home of Quality Brendi"
.< Christ Auto Supply r
c 4 Morrison's Cafeteria
80 Third St., NW Phone CY 3-3126
W Central! & 2nd St. Phone 294.4155

Clark Floor Covering 4
*
Peoples Bank of Auburndale
121 W. Central Phone CY 4.4211
Bank Bldg.- Auburndile-WO 7. Ill

Beautiful Cypress Gardens
.. H. A.. Pollard Inc.
Lk Eloise Phone CY 3-2111 I I ,
A CITRUS GROWERS
LA 240 Ave. E, SW phone CY 3-0744
Dairy Queen

l 3rd St., Avo. G, S.W. Phone CY 3.0019 Premier Motors, Inc.

Lincoln-Mercury Sales I Service
L W. Dunson Fruit
Hauling 324 Third St., SW Phone 293-0631 I
Avo. C A Sth St., SW Phone CY 3-9190

Publix Food Stores
Earl's Venetian Blind &: Upholstery Shop PEOPLE STOPPERSWhen North Gate Shopping Center I Southeast Plaza
1411 36th St., NW Phone CY 3-3955

your car stops suddenly in a collision or of Safety between your body and serious Injury Race & Race, Inc.
Eckerd Drug emergency, the people inside keep going with The National, Safety Council says that If everybody \ 1550 Ave 0, S.W. Phone CY 3-4137
160 Cypress Gardens Rd. Southeast Plaza tremendous force. What stops them? The wind. used seat belts, at least 5,000 lives could
shield Steering wheel Dash Too often with be saved year . serious Infvries reduced by San Marco Restaurant
tragic results.Or one third.
Association
Eloise Groves
Lelte Alfred Reed Phone CY 3-1302
seat belts stop people. Safely. Protect your loved ones and yourself. Install
Eloise Florid. Phone 293-11 I
Witli a seat belt when your car stops sudden seat belts throughout your car . and buckleup
ly, you "stay put" You maintain a vital Margin for safety! Geo. L Simonds Co.
National BankOf -o< Exchange 909 Fifth St., SW Phone CY 3-2171 I
Winter Haven

Member, F.D.I.C. Skidmore Restorium
350 W. Haines Blvd. Lake Alfred
Pint Mortgage Corp. of Florida ENTER

509 S. Florid Ave Lakeland Snively Groves, Inc.
KIDS! You Entered the
Have P. 0. Boa 1399 Phone CY 3-1151

Florence Citrus Growers Association
NOW Sun Finance & Loan Co.
Florence VllU Station Phone CY 3.4174 SAFETY SLOGAN CONTEST
610 Cypress Gardens Rd. CY 3-3157

Compliments of a Friend
Tampa Electric Co.

CONTEST RULES AN >**l drd..h et tk. W....' H.v.. A (hwlUxi: Uk.A Alh.d. Polk County DivlsionTrice's
Gray Truck line, Inc. .k.m .l.. Eqt.! :(Lit* ..4 D..4.<> n./ iViU-.n' .;NEWS CHIEF. ..,pUrt.
FR 2.1454 $50 .>. .IHI11.! s. ,.....1,...
u. Share Wy Lake Alfred Casual Town
Ii.., I I. y... Mfe$y sin.! l O WORDS O* LESS -.a fc.. mtay kU.k e' e a M.Aand
to CRUSADE FOR SAFETY SLOGAN CONTEST DAILY NEwiCHIEF, P. O. SOX Lades Reedy Wear i Sportswear
B. F. Goodrich Co. 1440. WINTER HAVEN. 231 W. Central! Avenue
2SlAve.ASW,. Phone CY 3.6341 IN CASH .1 ........ ...... N ,,.1.Nra.a ee ...1..1..... ..t....'..,. AM '''11.

Velda Dairies
Goodyear Service Store PRIZES1st Name: ... Age: __ ._ .- . 1040 6th St.. S.W. Phone CY J.4I51

217 Ave. A, NW Phone CY 3-219S Address: .. ....-....__.._._._
PRIZE: $25.00 t Villa Lumber, Inc., 5th & Ave. T, NWead
Gordon Bros. Concrete s llool---------------------------------------------- -
SW Phone CY 3-6049 2nd PRIZE: $15.003rd Villa's Village, Southeast Plan
3rd I Ave. P, *-d 4rk PR HIS: $5.00 loch Sloven: .. .... ...-._._____..__. ..___

W. T. Grant Co. Wilson-Pipes Men's Store

Southeast Plaza Shopping Center Seotfceett. Plaza CY 34976

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