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Title: Winter Haven Daily News-Chief
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Publisher: Winter Haven Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Winter Haven, Fla.
Publication Date: May 8, 1964
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Polk -- Winter Haven
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Names James Goff Named United Fund Florida Has




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Chamber James A. Goff executivevice SituationTALLAHASSEE

president and general
manager of Adams Picking (IUPI)-Sft.
Chairman: for 13 committee Association Inc baa been relsrv of Slate Tom Adams
were named lilt night at the named general campaign filled the State Canvassing
regular meeting of the Winter chairman for next year'a Board Into special eeiakm todayto
w Haven Chamber of Commerce. United Fund it was announced determine what to do about
r The appointment were made today by William L. a demand for a recount of vote

by Arnold Silvert, president Riley, chairman of the Campaign In the governar'i race an an
The committees and chair- expected request for a recheckof
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Advisory Committee
man are Willard Frederick t_ hairline results In the contest
-- - i airport; David Clddlnga, regional Goff laid! he will lOOn announce for attorney general.

KEWS-CHIEF FAMILY HAS OPEN HOUSE-The famiiiei of Daily News-Chief.m. Improvement (formerlythe the various people Adams, who received a telegram -

ployet toured the plant last night to tee the newipaper't new equipment In operation. beautlflcatlon Mulllna finance committee); who will be liked to serve ai shortly before n a.m.
W.A.
George ; leaden In the 1961 Fund from Sen Scott Kelly of Lakelind -
I With the shift to offset many of the traditional printing methods have changed draiti- Berry, building; Frank HoUand asking for complete recount
Drive. a
tally and W. E. editor and invited the famiiiei of his staff
Ryn.rson, publish.r, to 90 citrus; John Workman congrenlonal P and Investigation of the
through the plant and tee the new operation and equipment. Above, th.y ere viewingthe action; Glen Woten, The committee that picked 1b tint primary ,oYlmor'. race

new pr'". Refrethmenti were served to more than 100. Industrial development; W.E. him far the big Job of direct. 1 results, laid he la In a quandary
Ryneraon Junior college lalson; Ing the campaign for funds li about the next step

Marlow Baxter, membership; composed of campaign chairmen Ally ien James Kynea, who
Johnson Hits Polk Vote Sets J. Hunter Hyer, roads; Bruce and presidents of the A l1w bowed to challenger Earl Fair
Parker, public relations; Al United Fund during IU fiv>' I cloth by less than i.ooo votes lathe
Griffin, welcome; Jim livens, years of operation In the Like results reported by newt

promotion. Region irei.Riley. media, has not formally liked
The chairman of the retail for recount but Adams said "I
AppalachiaTrail All-Time RecordOfficial trade committee will be announced the chairman wit
understand attorney are now
latter.Glddings the campaign held for the
drifting his petition for a recount
reported on the recent 1964 drive recently concluded. "

county election returns Stale Attorney: Glen Dirty tree removal project the Beatles him, the members of There apparently no slaloM
AgainATLANTA released today by 27.22C; Edward Flood, 13.204 city, and laid over 3,000 dead the Advisory group ire Herbert letting out a procedure for a
Blanche Work supervisor of (Dirty also won In Highlandand citrus trees had been removed E. Apple Jr., W. A. Berry statewide recount of votes and

registration showed an all Hardee Count ei, the other through the program W. W Giddin ., Albert no precedent In Florida history
(UPI-Preiident time record number of votes two counties In the lOlh Judicial Hyer said bids Road on work had on Griffin J. Hunter Hyer. An. to guide Adams, who la the
Lucerne Park
Johnson tackled the second! cast in Tuesday's primariesPolk Circuit.) the 24 and had been opened drew P. Ireland Winston Liw- .'.te'. chief election official.
on April
grueling day of his Appalachia State Senate: Charles Cur under the origlnalestimat.The lee, J W McKiy. Sam Til- } Assistant Att,. Gen Wilson
tour today by calling on fellow clack for County principal vote by offices pre tit 2.294; Ben Ml Grrffin. 24.. works call for about ISO workIng den Carroll Teeter and Tom Wright Kynei' expert on elec
Southerners to Ignore the "tat Turnbull. tlon Isis, said the statutes art
will be found 411 Quillian Yancey, 19,756. days, he reported.It .
tered and discredited binners"of on page seven.
silent but he laid Adams la the
(Curtis withdrew before the was announced that Truby Goff a native of Middle-
nciil extremist
Almost 73 per cent of hut election but not M time to Jones, of the Tampa Electric: town Ind., had been a real- HEADS UNITED FUND James Goff who run" thief administrative official on
He said to follow such pleading 76,904 registered voter turned have Ml name removed from Co. soda member of the CIIaenber' dent of Winter' Haven aloes Adams Packing, hat been named campaign carman for elections and "he could lake the
'U the way back toward cast their ballots far the ballot.) Board of Governor, hadtranafered bull by the norm and order
the from which we out to IMS and Mandated with the nest yetis United Fund Dme.v "
anguish
the recount. ,
and JickMfeKay i
to
House of Ruiktn
and oCfraial' Representatives
lUte
county eltr* ind iirr glens\ 1954
came Some 56,085 votes were east (Contin\l. Oji rage .,Col. 3i also of Tampa Cleetrw I whe3li /oiueb Mehl.* Clt- **'"" Wright laid under law, s tan
The talk was roundly cheered. tuft replied MnfBh the boast did lie can get I maohlne N. *
The president spoke at an Integrated topping the previous primary Arber| GrlffM, reeenfly rua Orewet Bystander hurtIn count of v.... by charging
breakfast attended by vote record of 43.264 by almost elected vice president of the In 1M1 he went with Great error or fraud

t,250 persona, including Gov. 11.00001..., and the Rotarians HearRichardson Chamber was also named asa Southern Citrus Association M "But t don't know my way
tar Sanders and Georgia Ie,. previous aUime. high of 55,999 member of the Board of pecking hum foreman, and to got Into the ballot boxes for
UUtori.Johnioii. by M votes Governor Replacing him to ales served! ai assistant manager Tavern BrawlA paper ballets without a court
spent 15 hectic hours Both the previous record serve out tit balance of his He resigned to Join order," bt said "So a recount

Thursday whipping through lix elections were m 1960. A prendtntiaI elected term win be Merrill Stokolr-BeHo. Co. to IM4. and .bystander, DonAhy Me brawl at ih' Venus Club touted may have to be based only on

states of the poverty stricken election yeir Orafton regional vice president served In varteu capacities. C'lelland: 311, of Nuo Ave I, on 42nd SI. N W, j Juit off the machine rote unleu court
Appalachia area lie rubbed elbows One of the reasons given for Professor Gilbert Rk-hard. of State Farm Insurance until 1861 when he wn named NW Winter Haven was serf ItavMKlile Blvd between Win (Continued On Page 5, CoL 1))

with sharecroppers and the Urge turnout U that this son, speaking at yesterday't Companies executive vice president and musty injured/ last ugh in a ii, Haves and Auburndale
governors and told the peoplehe la the first time In recent Ms meeting of the Winter Haven H.I: Sprague Forrest Weese, general minioef. of Ad.... According to Chief Criminal Band ConcertTo
was there "to listen and to tory that so many of the county Rotary Club said that be fe* Ed Mirrottl, aid Otis Porter He it a director of Exrhange lm"itigator Ed DeReui of the

learn' and to show them he offices have been contested there were two items that were cited for their work with NatioMl Bank of Winter Dr. Butts Quits I'olk County Sheriff Departm Be Tonight

cares Also, Polk County had Hi seem to keep not only the the cltywldebeairtlfleatloneanvpelgn.. The Havee, of the Tavirea It nt. she wn Injured when

With only a few hours sleep own governor candidate Scott! United States but the world Club was Winter also HavenWoman's com- Gulf Riilroad Co.. and of the four young men alerted a fight The Weitwoud Junior High

Johnson wn back on the crowd- Kelly. in turmoil mended for doing! the clerical Florida Canners Atsoclstion when died iu leave the tavern School! Band Spring Concert,
lined Appalachia trail bright All of the voters in the "1 feel that In looking Into Health PositionDr entitled "Con srt In UM
work during the cimpalgn. Continued On Page 6. Col 1)) :
and early today county had to re-regliter for one of the main problems of Although the exact extent of Park" will be heM tonight al
The president said that while this yeir'i primary becauseof world troubles we find the received by Dorothy the Like Silver Amphitheater
Donald <<< A Butt. barterloioglat injury
racial problem have deep rootsin new precinct lines throughout fact that Russia in orderto romuttsnt with MrCtellsnd: was not available beginning at 710 o'clock.
sad
Southern soil "they also the eGUDI,. By the registration eaa.t and keep up an economic Phosphate Industry Ihe Polk County limit Depart frum Winter Haven lloipltil Th. program was originally
trouble the passions of men on deadline in early April front milt bot able to of personnel this morning, DoRetM scheduled fur lilt Friday
baa resigned because
meet
the shores of Maryland, In the more people bad registered to aspect more goods thin ihe health laid he believes she luffered night but wn postponed due
slums of Philadelphia and in vets than ever before In the ii now doing," laid Professor Advises On ZoningThe poor a eoncuiilon She was to bad weather
dark streets of New York Dr. who will, l M Monday
history of the county.Official Richardson Butts, >e .Hated. la "d condition The 79-voice Weilwood mlied >
lie reminded the Georgia lawmaker totals for the various "The next item that I feel hag been with the .heal g four who ehorua will also present
Polk County Planning day We therefore recommendthai Two of Uw reportsully
,> we are one nation and health dwartmeni stare the event
the 770 numbers
offices. world-wide
Including contributes to In.
Board, which hn queried more these large areas be itirted the brawl have
ugcd against heeding those absentee ballots the / Aid fill of 1MB, and has served! ai Hot dogs and rrfreihmenlf
are: stibttrty Is Foreign thin 60 Induitriil firms and classified for agriculture ..nd.or been arreeled. PoUee luthorl-
(' 'jntii1:!. Oil. Page (. CoL 4)) U.S. Senate: Spestard lI t. and State Department policies others seeking their aid In mining and be left relativelyfree consultant for food isnitation, ties throughout the county are will be told with all proceed!

land. 32,680; BraUey Otibam, of the United Stiles In which drawing up a proposed seining from all sonlng restriction nursing. homes, and child ran now looking l'lr' the other two, going toward the purchase of
centers for UM de, ailment band equipment.
10,194. we never seem to know how far the II.. He noted that
plan county received anychango nu yet idem i fled by the iberUfa -
Fourth StreetWidening Governor: Harden Burns to do the Job properly so that many offers of ,asistsnce. In wage would automatically He recently mo'e, the pmenlitlon ( office. 7'.e' two arreitedKontlnued Admission la free and tiM
of the to I of the nrw .bat been
I..: Fred Dickinson 4,947, the meet good la done with the most recent one some before the ale Invited to at.
On Page I. Col. .
Robert high 5.6M Fred the tremenddui number of (Continued On Pare I 0 ( III t II )
Ktaf ; from the Florida Phosphate pluming board In the form ofa
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Karl IJSt; Scott Kelly 2T.739 .- dollars we spend" laid the Council request fur change of ,
SetOne John Mathews 4,814 ipeiker. "The phosphate Industry's clasetnealloa
Burns and High are In the Much of his talk centered Interest in county-wide planning The four points! which shouldbe i I
runoff. around our stand in Latin and coning parallels that kept In mind by the board
block Central of Fourth Ave.St.and, NWbetw.en Ave.-- Public UtiMiM Commleaien: America He pointed out that of all other good cheese of Bowen .listed a I fellow. 1 s II I

will be widened five feet, It Edwin L. Mason 28,_; PhHHp neither party in our 'IVft'a'meDi Imperial Pvlk." laid Floyd B. "D Areas Surrounding and
A was, announced today by City Brewer 7,861. has done much donut Bowen chairman of the coun Adjoining) the City Umlli of !

Manager C. C. Ryon.Che Attorney General: Earl I IFaircloth. being lure that we hive proper rUt Our Cities, Town and torn
project Is expected to be 17,785; Jam. IKyn diplomatic representation The phosphate Industry Is munMJei In my opinion
of.... ., 24,767 interested In "a minimum of these waned areas conintlngof
atarted about the middle (Continued on Page I, Col. II)
week, be aald.Hie realistic regulations administered a mixture of reildential
widening I. .la conjunction with common sense," cominerclil and industrial
with the new one-way street Bowen dated, and then recommended .wages are by fir our county i
plan for the downtown area Haven Water System Cited that four points "be most pressing problem We

which goes into effect Monday. well OMiitdrred ''by the bop that you will give pet

l' ysn said the wool or park planning board. onty t* these transition or

aide of this block of Fourth St. Best In The State "Our primary difficulties fringe areas.
will be widened to Improve Among are connected with people" "3) Are Near Highways
traffic now Fourth la one of Bowen laid in bH letter 'and and Beads-feme approaches

the streets that will be one The Winter Haven Water The Winter Haven system ls the areas of undeveloped land to our ilea. are niitrartiv

way under the new pIaa.Trame Dessrtsaeat baa wee; an how not ai extensive na those of devoted to agricttMiire and bees**. of the uncontrolled
will now south on Fourths'mon oraMe" mention award from some cities with which tt U mining are not problems to- development of the land adjacent

Fifth UM Florida Slate Board of now competing Helms pointed to otir Mghwiyi |n ad.
For the first two or three
dNion to classifying the land
HeiM to ill first la out
year anew
weeks, flyan baa ordered an Belle Glade for specific we also
wage
category of water systemksvisig David B Loom bead of the
"educational period" while tfce
graduated Mo the Bureau ., SanMiry Engineer. recommend that adequate
new public traffic gets system.aecMtomed TIlt police to the ......OIJO potMletioa class loga the State Board of Crop BiggestIn aetta ka or buMi.| Hoes be

will not Issue traffic ticketsto and now compettoc with does (Health said the city ".* to eetiMiehH Buck planning I
drivers who oadteottonaDyr Me. Orlando be ....Iul.te4." History should greatly decreas the ,

i i a t e the _wa, rushes, UMil this year tfce city was The eo..peto( be aald"waa fOIl of scj lrftg rtgM-ofw,v
"eicept when they do e........ M the under JMOOcsisgory. very keen Ikes year sod This year die tartest vegetable for wMo.f our .highway ra '

co OB purpose" the city ...- ad bad racked sop it was mst drfflewlt to select crop u> history WIll bo the leers std
all hipped out of the Belle Glade '1) guMtrtslen and lad)'j\ r
ager said.The a whole aerie of lint plea the winiter In moot categories
foUowtaf streets wU be awaits nadir ate dtrecttoo of there were several are, aeeordtec *. Herbert M. trial Park RegoiiUm WoVplnre !
one-way stsrttnc Monday: Ed, HeHM. water mperurten-- honorable mention, thus hvdieattog Riley, dlre or of fresh frwM Md UW ........ wherein ,
Unless chaage are made. deaL tb* atecer offsets U vegetables Uspeettoo for the o fast buck swMhider goes e } I II \

the setup, tbe HaDawtaf streets WlaMaK H .honorable menUM win the awards It can be .tat*. into M undeveloped rural area I I
will be ma-way. si the first try "* nttttthtgfer safely said that an honoraM Riley Mid today that anvefetabUs and builds house en a fifty j

fourth St. win run ....h USM" has pleased mentXMi i* almost I* ilgnifl- are ttef sMpped loot M. thereby treetiAg fu ,
from !. record ........ hide slam. are*.. Also when
Ave. D NW a Ave. B
award
Valise Jsjet ai meek aa die cant as receirtag the
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,, frst award earned Lee also commended UMciy More mesa ISO bupeetor are UM house are sold af ecru SNIVEL PTA INST ALLs- 4licer. of the S Jvely' PTA for the school veer 1"4fIwere

fifth St worm frees AO.a pe Vy Ae oVpirtjneot preftoasty coneaiiiion lor sendwig U mat ODe are to give faders pied. UM Durehaaer* must lmteKo4 elwl1l9 ceremoolei .t tKo school WedoeiJey night From left, Mrs Martha r

""W, to Ave D NW. The swards art ghee U the Helms and other oa the Haft grades 10 tbe nrtou pro- pets li* the rmnty comml la.wi. cowry council coordinator M,.. M.
Pope Ave. aowheeit from best operated systems M UMstate. to the annual short nun of aweu.the m total<< I laspectton* sjtxwt ono-fbortt forts toFkrW Mosses lit drainage. rrpsvlng Carter, vice president: end Mr. Merle MMyt iecre iry. Mrs, Edith Hedley treeturtt,






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, .9. TWO WINTER HAVEN DAILY NEWS-CHIEF-WINTER HAVEN. FLORIDA _


Truman Celebrates O'Brian Wins Local Welcome Civil Rights Demostrators



80th Battle For Wagon Club To Continue Nashville EffortsBy

Birthday Today hteraatfeMlCivil son of race COlOr or nation.!
Usted Press "
origin coposed punish me"

INDEPENDENCE Mo. (UPI) with stacks of mall, and TV Change Host Meeting no letup rights today leaders desegregationat in efforts promised to ranged moval from from the reprimand pastorate to n

-Harry g. Truman celebrates grinned. achieve "total In Little Rock, Ark., a whit.'
U* Mth birthday today and he "J'm only a retired fame Nashville, Tenn. boy was struck in the face amt
M't slowing down a bit. and Democrat and if the patty HOLLYWOOD (UPI) Itnt-h' The wiry former President wants me to help in this yeses O'Brian, who fought hard r. I II I of Welcome Wagon Clubs Thursday night that demonstrations fellow students at Central HiUi
who doesn't look a day older campaign I will get rid of his "Wyatt Lisp; will)) hold its annual convention which have brought about School for eating lunch with :Vgroes '
tbsn he did when he left the "I don't think much of television Image, says "I'm about to in Winter Haven next 180 arrests within the past 12 at the school cafeteria
White House, remains a man (as a campaign medium break through" Into the si.!tot Tuesday with i delegationsfrom days, would be increased Four girls who also ate with!
with a mission. ). Some fellows I recall got circle of television stars thai 19 chief In attendance Around 150 whites and Negroes the Negro students were jeered
"The most important thing Itan licked because they wenton have become important motic 1 rte: i Mn Charles D. Miller, picketed segregated restaurants but not harmed in the incident
do for the country is to television with a good Dem. actors LFi Welcome Wagon hostess In Thursday Police arrested Wednesday School officials
help educate its young folks in ocrat. And if you don't know The to which O'Brian Winter Haven, and officers of 49 demonstrators and said the attackers were pun
their government the greatest who I'm referring to, I won't refers la group of the most self the local club win be hostesses temporarily jailed three prom. Ished.
government in history," Truman tell you." one anent Negro leaders on contempt Central High School was into
aald. On the day after the huge tive in Hollywood Including Guests will be officers and of court: charges grated under guard of Army
has been 11 busy Both birthday celebration I a a t very few performers, the most official delegates from Cocoa In Memphis, Tenn., Thursday paratroopers In 1957.
; since Truman left Wuh.i Friday at which the na notable among them being Jim Beach Eau GaUie Beach Day about 30 demonstrators protested Elsewhere:
i f,1t! The future will be just tion's farmers paid him tribute, Garner' and Steve McQueen. tone Deltona, Maitland Lees in front of a tea room for New Orleans: Alabama Gov
. busy.i Truman was up at 5:30: a.m., O Brian expects to Join them burg Ocala Catsellberry five hours, touching off several George Wallace told Detroit!
i i "I'm ready to campaign (in as su.l, and in his office in "I'm not speaking in termsof Tituiville Winter Park Bre- minor incidents ss a crowd of News cartoonist Art Poiniir
the coming elections) if I can the Truman Library by about ability" said Hugh who has yard Beaches, Orlando, Or 500 students watched the picketing Thursday that "if you cant t
i do some good," he said 7.30 a.m., also as usual his own particular dramatic mond DeLand Lakeland New solve your problems in Detroit
] "There are still a lot of Truman once quipped that he latent. "I'm not making a 4 Smyrna, College Park, and The general conference of I don't think you can tell us m
i things I want to get done liked to get to the office aheadof comparison in terms of ability Sanford. The Methodist Church, meeting the South how to solve ours."
around here (the Truman Library everybody else "before I'm speaking about billing Importance The convention headquar- in Pittsburgh, voted Thursdayto Albany, N.Y.: The state
) . probably take about somebody censors my mall I and salary These ten will be at the Moose establish a fund to provide Court of Appeals said Thursday'
10 years" want to see it all." guys are the Gregory Pecks Lodge with social hour at 11 financial aid to ministers and the New York City Education
Truman recalled a 'Jest that Much of Truman's time and and the Jimmy Stewarts of tomorrow I.m. luncheon and meetingat laymen arrested in civil rights Board has a. right to rezone
he expected to live to be 90 and energies as a private citizen ," r noon. Each club will bring demonstrations school districts' to promote ra
to run for president again when have been devoted to lecturing O'Brian Is a calculating man. exhibits their members have Today, the church's governing cial integration
be reached that milestone groups of young people.On one who thinks about his acting made and reports of their body takes up a proposal to New York: Whitney Young
"But I cant do it," he said a sunny May morning, profession In terms of art and many activities and civic discipline ministers who fall to executive director of the National
,'That's an off year." last Saturday, Truman looked economics. He became wealthy projects support the church's racial policies Urban League, said
:i In the meantime, if be can across the rolling green carpetof playing "Wyatt Earp" on television --.- -. .- -- Mrs Marge Cann, of coral The proposal would make Thursday night that the racial
help his party, he is ready, and the library grounds and and when be left the DUMPING GARBAGE Gilbert Coleman sanitarian Gables executive supervisor a minister subject to church situation could drift Into violence
trial for "refusing admission to and state of national
Obviously able, to campaign in opined that: will attend as well as Mn.Judy a
show several Hugh
the 1964 elections. The county is In good threw away his years boots ago and sad with the Polk County Health Department, looks at garbage Hurlburt of Winter Park any service or worship by rea emergency during the summer
Recalling his election victory shape and going to stay that die which people nave dumped on land northeast of and Mrs Alice Prior of Daytona -
in INS, when all the polls and way town. This garbage creates a public health hazard, according area supervisors
most of the nation's newspapers - There will continue to be "From the money I made to Coleman. MM. H V. Trufant of Winter '
were predicting his defeat crises. "If we ceased to have from that series I can live very Haven will be general '
by Thomas Dewey, crises we would cease to have well," he said. "And it doesn't Crack Down chairman The welcome ad- .CJ >
Truman said his views on campaigning a government There wouldn'tbe cost me very much. I can only Soviets Remain dress will be given by Mrs
haven't changed. any need for government." wear one suit at a time and Planned On Cliff Ellison president of the ut t r :-%"_
"Politics is An drive one car. So I can affordto local club. a
still of
matter
a abiding principle to "I
polling precincts and findingout five by is "just' figure out whatis do quality Illegal DumpingOfficials Mn Miller will Introducethe IS
what the people think. The right and then do it." "Every guest shot I've doneon Silent On guest speaker, E. L. Davis
candidate who sees the most television has consistently at the Polk County. of the Winter Haven
people and tells them what he's 'OV TillBOSTON; 1I0U.I\ gotten one of the highest rate Health Department are preparing Chamber of Commerce and
for usually wins." i UPI i-The coffee ings for that year and has to crack down on persons Cliff Ellison member of the
Truman leaned back in the that employe' nf the Edmanda been brought back for summer who are dumping garbage Drug ChargesMOSCOW Wagoners Club of Winter
massive leather chair behind Coffee Co enjoy 1 1 dining their reruns And I don't lay that on grove land northeast Haven.
his massive desk, piled high roffi i. btcaks is "on the house because I was so good, but be. of Florence Villa Mrs Fred Creal will present
Don Hunnicutt, director of (UPI.Sovlet.uth- piano music and Mrs. Tru-
cause I thought it was a good
TONITI IS THE NITS TO GO OUT TO THE MOVIES script. You begin with the sanitation for the Health Department orities maintained silence todayon rant will tell "The Welcome
words." said that Lamar American and British Wagon Story."
OPEN 12:45 P.M. Continuous Shows from 1:00 P.M. Beauchamp recently bought charges that four Western military The council has held only
Hugh recently returned from the land, is willing to clean It attaches were drugged recently two other meetings since It
SUNDAY and SATURDAY Mexico where he co starred up If offlcllai will help keep In the Russian city of was formed last fall, one at

anN 1141 P.M. Continuant Shows from 1 P.M. MON. tore FRI.e with Lana Tuner and Cliff people from dumping anymore Odessa. Daytona and one at Winter
Robertson in the movie "Love on It. The U. S. attaches Involved in Park The purpose of the coun The American Notion! Bend In Cypress
TODAY. : I.i' Has Many Faces" The garbage creates a pub. the March incident were cil Is to coordinate the activities Gardens wot first to bring suburban banking!

thru 1 J' ,. ", It Is a picture he describesas lie health hazard, Hunnicutt Identified as Marine Lt. Col. of all the Welcome. t. Winter Hoven. We ore happy t. ion the
SATURDAY j I.... the most Important of h 11 said He recommended that James Landrlgan, Navy Cmdr. Wagon Clubs In Central FlorIda wonderful pteplo of WinUr Hovon by bringing
career, the film he hopes will the people who are dumping Sumner Shapiro and Air ForceLt. Seventy people are expected to thorn the Uteit In bankinq '..lIi.I...
SAlJZIIAN.URt( ( ( R piuWwr.. Improve his status In the film on this land either use a Iran- Col. William Van Meter. to attend.
UlrUMUCt Industry chised garbage service or The British officer was assistant .
' FROM RUSSIA WITH IQVE carry their garbage to the naval attache Lt. Cmdr. J.

lilt "I play a cross betweena )land fill on Recker Highway Harvey Samuel.The .. . .. _ ,Clay GoofedWASHINGTON . . .. .
Bogard and a Flynn- which,,,,,:TV land where garbage Is :1- __ ._-_ i.._....i._....i_.r.- -.i'- -a---- ..
'lffi BOND TiriR1 s 1JB.'ahdgrlll3htmtsas.sler
'S'EMI ( NNERYASJI (UWItIA''U, sTS comes our O'Brlan. beliald. now being dumped is on the (UPI) *
lodged official
,"The character is aymsgnlfl-- tlty limits on the northeast protests iI -4
cent cad." with the Soviet government last Heavyweight champion Caisius
side of town.Hunnicutt .
Clay Muhammed All to
the
said he Saturday, noting apparent If hove finenci! noeo1 In the
O'Brian doesn't expect to become expects yea a now or
) wasn't quite an all out
you
with barbiturates during
SUNDAY thru TUESDAY drugging
will and war future, why don't .drip by the
that cooperate y.u
movie the people
In
a big star failure
. See an official visit by the attaches in the Army mental friendly AnwrlcM Notional .... I I. CysrmiwordMt
FUN FUN For Th. Entire Family immediate future He's been stop dumping there. but if theydon't teals .
to the Black Sea port. and discuss It with ono of the ..111.cars.
around town a long time, long he Is ready to use stakeouts The U. S. embassy said Edmund Fuchi, chief of t h e .
RANDALL1BURLIVES enough to realize that stars at night so they can. Thursday night( medical tests Army's military selection research -
TONY
M don't crop up overnight When Identify and prosecute offenders showed barbiturates were pr... section told a Senate
= they do, their tenure Is comparable . ant in the blood streams of the appropriations subcommittee
to that short span of attaches In sufficient mounts to Thursday that Clay 'wasn't an
time Men cause extreme draw.In....Th..mb..y absolute failure in the tests"
Beymer said the had Fuchs said Clay who
....armCOLORTilEB "I give myself six years to protest was re
been delayed more than month jected for the draft after twice
be In a position to be one of
while the tests were being an- taking the mental tests,
the ten sought after namesIn
top alysed. rate in he middle third of
the business," he said. Will Hear
The three attaches first became I how tesed He explained hat vies AMEU 7165 In his personal life. Hugh is aware that they had been the top third pastes automatically .
a bachelor who dates some of drugged when they awoke on the bottom third is reject. NATIONAL JBAJVKICypreM

COME TO 7DWN" wiusCtTECHNICOLOR' the most glamorous women in Two SpeakersThe the morning of March 26 feelIng ed outright and those in the ftercoM Seethe** ....
Hollywood ranging from extremely drowsy, a U. S. middle hird are marginal
wTin Princess brays to starlet Embassy spokesman said. They types
Chris Noel. Mens Club of Beymer had dined together at the hotel
FREE "BEATLE" Photographs FREE before but It was
Memorial Methodist Church the evening
Asked If he planned to marryan
will hear two speakers at Its not known whether the drugging
he answered In
actress, an
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HAVEN affirmative "No.
evening In the church social: The U. S. spokesman declined 59X MOTHERS 59,,
AT 6:00 P.M. IIST SHOW AT 7:11 P.M. "I wouldn't marry an actressif to stat whether there
SATURDAY NIGHT old Wyatt's legend dependedon hall.This will be the last In a was any apparent motive for the
TONIGHT Him .
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it, he ssld "Being a performer aeries of three talks on "Com- drugging. H* said there was noIndication
Color 3 lit Hits 3 Color is a very Intangible paratlve Religions." the hotel room or the

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frustrations. An actor n e e d i man of the Florida publicity they were asleep. They returned
"ADVANCE TO THE REAR"JAMES comfort and security at home committee, of the First Churchof to Moscow following the In-
GARNER LEI REMICK .. plate" Christ, Scientist, will speakon cident.
"THE WHEELER DEALERS" When Brian gets to home the Christian Science faith,
"SWORD OF LANCELOT" plate he wants somebody to be and the Rev. J, Lester Sells
cooking a steak on It pastor of the First Nazarene McNamara of
-Church of Lakeland will speakfor ,
the Nazarene faith. 'aBADCOCK
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r Winter Haven visited Lake Alfred .
I Lions Club Thursday eve Select Her Gifts From I
rang He and read gave a resolution a short address paaatd 4 . ... I HerI

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the U M Club to remodel t'J' 0 ... Our Ladies' Department :
and improve the present conceation J..5lweRJ fy I ID I Ir
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Thursday evening. June 18. ( ii
and committee appointed for I
this were: General cochairmen -
Lee Johnson George Ley- RAIN AND tHUNDERSHOWERS-Thundershowers art predicted for the Pacific I DRESSES I
flee and James Tetford; dinner Nortnwett, the Great Lakes area and portions of the Appalachian! and the Gulf Statei. c".ri.l.
Oreen Thomas; reservations Rain and snow Is forecaif for the Rockies. Rain is also forecast for the Ohio and MississipPi 1' ,' of
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Tom Griffin Norm :
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Sam a n DeVito Boyle and; ladiea'Gene Cooper favors; and Central Plains Cooler temperatures are forecast for the Southern Plateau. I a In All The Fashion Colon. <.,

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Mrs James Telford and Mrs Florida Zones LOCAL OUTLOOK TemperaturesBy 4 44 S . .by ,
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Elmer Wander of Toledo. Low high
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Ohio and Leland Keck of Se Albuquerque 31 75 KAY WHITNEY
bring Lions Club. and Saturday Not much hour. Atlanta . . . - -54 71 ,.
change in temperatures High .
Birmingham .66 114 I
today 78 to 84, low tonight 60 Boston . .. .... ..' 115 13 SACONY *
Three SubsWASHINGTON to 66. Variable winds mostly Chicago . . 66 85
(UPI The southeast S to IS miles per Guest SpeakerAt Cleveland .. .. .... 116 71 j
Navy has scheduled a nuclear hour. Denver .. .. .. U 'IS BETTY HARTFORD
submarine triple header at North Detroit .. ... .. -.. 15 heJacksonville '
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; the Polaris missile firIng Central church, will observe Mother's New Orleans . . 61 13 PARKSHIRE I
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Greene will be launched, and Saturday High today 85 to 90, the Rev. Gene WethereU of Orlando . .. . 12 88 STACEY AMES
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-Winter--- Haven Daily News-CMef Today's Religion hi Television In ReviewBy

W t. ..,..IUON, 1WIter-w., ,
JOHN W RYNMSON As bald t. .4>. "'w......, Project Alert RICK DV/ BROW office Wednesday, after th,

HOLLYWOOD (UPiISIS'viewers audience WM seated, he mid.,
buy < I Hw w....., He
PufclrtVed e..s. s..w.,1 by Commentary Wednesday saw aa Ma eertraaa nt went I,
_"""''till.. c., I.e.l 114 M ......, N.W., Wbrter Haves, Not). President alone up
By MAJOR AL America enormously confident the stage
LONG USAR
CHAttLB OSHOHN JD..".1 Meneeer' Ret .Johnson conduct an amazing To the guests he made son i
By PHIL NEWSOM
-- remark shoat the
conferonee droll
outdoor White House news report
JACK MAHAN AM"'.'. $d4., UPi rortfea News Analyst Analyst
-' "A truly mat day for America By UHJB CAMBU which the children and en. Then ho told the ehildralto ,

PETW SULLIVAN_ Advrfitlna M.",.r for Panama, for aU UM I THERE ARE AMERICAN, copy of KEYNIS at HARVARD Untied/ Pre latent a4 uaal spouses of reporters were invttod come up and pose with hm
- -- the conference
after
The First to attendHundreds was ,
Ameadmeai to tile over
NATIONAL AOVfftmiN. ftCHiUNTATIVIShaaaan people of the Western HemltpWe. AND AMERICANS It cost money to publish U.S. of the Invited by themselves, because
Constitution hi
a A..ei..s, Inc. Chl*.., '". ." remarked President A few weeks ago, we listened books sad HOW casi you provide that seated noted the parents
"Congress shall make no law tuned out and were are alvuvaoueesrag '
hi..... Miff 104...., .. Ihe JoiMMoo early lad month. on TV to a program eoae.ra. become informed IF you do not in Into pictures
*i Sece reason inf the life Worm
. Winter H.*en, lito""' ., under id ef Much 2, l7t relation between the ( of Daniel Boonelimsao yewreetv religion, or prohibiting the free chairs art up on the south Then be got down u
) The
---- an early American vanguard of the Fabians
made his business. rattling off
exercise ,
United States and Panama For pioneer who ultimately Imposed KEYNES thereof. lawn The President announce
MEMH4t AUDiT lUftEAU Tnoae 16 words And menu and answers to
.a week attempts even to negotiate theories on the are preciousto remarks from a stage quc
economyof many Americans They have these remarks ranged from the lions like a machine gun Some
OF CIRCULATIONS their Panama Canal dispute Boone without much formal the U. S. was led by Walter
_
,...,.. bad met repeated failureon education believed in his country Llppman and Felix Frankfurter stood unchanged for 1T2 years usual pronouncements on world of the reporters needled her

such lender differences aa and proved' to be a patriotic during War I. Both had II this nation's charter of re affairs to opening and closing good naturedly and h(

MEMIER whether they would "review"the rugged, brave frontiersman been ably brainwashed by ligioua freedom and church- com menu directed at the children needled them back with has

Active Member UNITED PRESS 'INTERNATIONAL 1MB canal treaty or "di. who fought the Indians Beatrice and Sidney Webb and state separation and an Informal finalein mor When one brought up the

NATIONAL EDITORIAL' Th. Unlled Preti I. entitled' .. the UM cui" It. and the British was captured other British Fabsins like Today, for the first time In which he posed for pictures matter of overexposure, the

ASSOCIATION '.' republlcetien ef ell letel newt ",,..t'I. Now the two nations had imprisoned tortured, escaped BERTRAND RUSSELL and history, there is a serious and on the stage with many of theyoungsters. President replied with sup
ed In this newtpeper et well el all UPI' strongly supported move In diplomacy: "I hope the
1"4 agreed to restore diplomaticrelations and YET remained loyal to hit HAROLD LASKI who lecturedat prpswill
Newt DliMtchet. ,
--- and to appoint special country and to Its Constitution Harvard School of Economics Congress to revise this charter. It was, overall, a sight to behold never be critical of me for

ADVERTISING DEADLINE ambassadors with full power to How could Boone be such a "As the twig Inclines, so Since April 2, the House Judiciary But of equal fascination to being over accessible' "

CLASSIFIED DEPARTMENT: seek elimination of the causes patriotic man as he never bad the oak". Committee has been viewers who remember the Had he been admonished to
ly Ihe Word I P.M. Prevleui Dey ly the 'Inch: I P M. Prevleui D.,>I. of their conflict Prudently, the the opportunity to attend Harvard grows conducting hearings on proposed Chief Executive's onc -uuliou. slow down? No he left fine

DISPLAY Leael Nellceti DEPARTMENT, I P.M:. Prevlau Dey Sundey Edition Deedllnel Fria r. words "discuss" and "nego ? Founded In 1836. He nev- Harvard Llppman joined as the a student British Fa at amendment to the Constitution approach to television was his gets"adequate rest and good

Sundey Edition-3 P.M. Thursday; Monday Edrtien I P.M. Frldey! tiate" were omitted er graduated from even Oxford bian Society 1909. He became members introduced of the House by 111 utter ease Wednesday afternoon pay. Nowthe President
T,.. .y Edition-Neon Seturdey; Wedneidey, Thu.."" end Friday In Panama on Sunday comes England founded In 1138 President of the Harvard Chapter They and the political astuteness seemed really to be enjoying
Edilleii-3 '.114. Twe Days I. Ad....... a new test of reason Let alone identified aa a of the Intercollegiate Society vary slightly wording, but all with which he has put the h I 1m. e I f and the give and
This ti the country's presidential Rhodes Scholar are designed to overturn the medium to work for him President take. It was his show and ht
(not yet found. .
Today, Llppman
Member Seuther* Newipeper '.IIII.h... Auecletlen elections In which three oppose Supreme Court's decision that was not only confident but
Member Fie ride Pr... Auecletlen ed). Please understand, many, any action to free the captive officially prescribed Kennedy was made for
men are the major contender.. grand men have religious video. President Johnson Is commanding and natural
graduated
many people behind the Iron curtain
exercises
such as recitation of
SUISCRIPTION RATES The approach of national from Harvard Oxford and When the Hungarian rebellion conquering it the way one
ly Center Mail elections prayer and devotional readingof The Channel Swim
er In both the United might break a broncho : Lucille
Y..., fit 10: t ....'h.. t*.'10: 3 maths, $411; I math, f I 1.11 i States and Panama had been some were even Rhodes Scholars erupted la 1956. Llppman was the Bible, have no place in Only recently the Chief Executive Ball appears on CBS TV<
weekly, 31 ...h. Single Cepleit Daily, I ...h, Su..".,, 10 (..t.. Important factors in the atU- many remained loyal quick to caution against AID public schools. "Password" tonight with her
announced the settlement
AMERICANS who believed in to the freedom
fighters. In
Llpp handing down that decision
TELEPHONE CYpreti 3-iltl tude of both sides. their when of the threatened railroad husband, comedian Gary Mor.
country they graduated man Is a long time last
.pololll.1'or the
year court said the
Outgoing Panamanian Presi ton and two children . ABC.
and strike on television introducing
return
to the pursuit Castro, and like Drew Pearson First Amendment forbids the
dent Robert F Chl.ri cannot ronfirmed
TV It will broadsast
of life's problems We are a of Tito. the negotiators himself Now
supporter
A Thought For Today"Paul succeed himself But so high peaking about the Harvard In War 1, as a Special As advance government or to retard""aid or religious oppose, there are plans for a television National Basketball Association
Panamanian feelings that .
were School of Economics, taken aistant to the Navy, these two belief. "In the relationship between studio to be Installed across games on Sundays from January
any retreat on his part in his to April of next
discussions with the United over for the Fabian Socialistsby Fabians Llppman and Frank man and religion" it the hall from his White House year

an apostle (special messenger) of Je,1UCht' States inevitably would reactagainst Felix Frankfurter Walter Curter were to meet and de ..Id. "the state Is firmly com-
Llppman and Lord Keynes durIng velope a life long world. snitt.A 'ft a .I.C_ _.aul..'.
shap .........
the government coali ------ - "" 'WV" VI
st the
by (through) will of (the and
purpose tion's candidate and possibly the reign of F D R. ing friendship with the young It)." ON YOUR TELEVISION DIAL

choice of) God, to the saints (the consecrated, set touch off new riots A few nights ago, In contrast, Assistant Secretary of the The proposed constitutional

apart ones) which are at Epheius who are the faithful In the United States the issue we were presented over TV Navy FDR. who later amendments now before Congress WDIO.TY WFIA-TV wm-TV WTVT-Tt

(loyal)) tn Christ Jesus" Eph. 1:1 also threatened to become grist (CBS) Walter Llppman a awarded this friendship by appointing would relax the state's c...... E Camel I CtoMMMV e...... 9)
member of the Council .
for the campaign mill and retreated on Foreign FELIX FRANKFURTER neutrality Just enough, the CIS NIC AID CIS
"In Christ Jesus" i is the position of the believer only after gtntral Relations, who are a to the Supreme Court of sponsors say, to permit prayer 0..... Te.N Ori. H Temps

who is now in union with him through faith In his agreement that some changeswere front for the UNSEEN GOVERNMENT the United States and who had and Bible reading In public

finished work. inevitable. the International NEVER bad the least previous schools and to remove" any possible Friday NIGHT May
-Dr. Albert L.
Carnett Bankers Here Is well educated
With the atmosphere thus improved a experience aa a JUDGE. question about the constitutionality t

i the Panamanians then man, a graduate of the Harvard Here we have a parallel between of other acknowledgements Oo--N.wt N.... s,...., New. W.atb.r ,..I.. N...

went ahead with their own School of economics Let two Americans, Daniel of God in public institutions .,11-5....... W7har W.'he E/N.d.l'. Spit Sp..... 11"10.
In relative us look Into the factual background Boone and Walter Llppman IO-CIS New N'C N... A.e N.wt CIS New
News Chief Editorials campaign The government coelitioo'acandidate peace. of Walter Lippman. Daniel Boone courageously To millions of Americans this :45-C1S New N'C New News. W..th., CIS News

I Walter Lippman was born in fighting, living and seems like a praiseworthy objective
Ii Is 58-year-old Marco working to 7,00-Wy.N Earp Inc Offi. Lawbre! .ku Th. lek.l
i Robles, who counts on the 1889 Graduated from Harvard create a greater America A These Americans do 7I5-W.tt tarp "eider t. lawbnebr! Tha Rebl730.TI.

We See country's Interior for his greatest In 1910 A special writer on great pioneer and whose loyalty not believe that the Founding 5.t the St..." Drstry Th. Creel
The
By Papers . strength. Also a moderateand world affairs (government and I Ia without question Boone Fathers ever meant to put government 7,41- Advahre gill ladig.s adry AdnntsrsL00Tb.

We see by the papers that the Bartow city fathers a favorite of Panama's press). An early adherent to loved and believed In his country in a position of neurality and- : 5.t .i.h. Carlwe D..." "ibe S....,"

are planning to really after the Polk County wealthy Is Juan de Arco Galln- the Socialist movement in aa between religion :11- AcI..tu Neck Marshall Dastry J.y $lat.
go
do, 53, who leads the "allianceof America with other Socialist Walter Llppman, who had irreligion but only to preventIt ',I -..ut. at loll Hepe 5wk.i Law test 74
Junior College and try to keep it at the Bartow AirBase the opposition" like JOHN DEWEY (educs- EVERY CHANCE to use his from playing favorites among ,45-.t. hi Theatre Iwka Law "ut. /lh00Recta

We're not surprised they want to have it there; Both men have campaignedon lion), WALTER RAUSCHEN- super education for the support the various fsiths. They feel
4/ .eb H. Ierle s Law Rest. 44
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BUSH ( FELIX and that barring religious exercises
theology) defense
that would a platform of reform, increased of his country and ,,..,. '.
certainly lift a white elephant and an la 5- N lhs tre 55,4 Law "ut. 4,4
from schools symbolicof
FRANKFURTER its public
(
public spending and a Supre- Constitution Is silently. 1:30-Twlllght Z... TWTWTW Price I. Right lawbreake
expensive burden from the backs of the people of encouragement .of foreign In mee Court Justice), a rank knowingly, and determined to a general! move to 'secular :45-T.IIiht Z... TWTWTW Price I. Right Lawbeaake

Bartow. However, because we are taxpayers and vestments.But Socialist who specialized In see that we lose our Constitu ize" U.S. society They cannot
placing over 300 Fabian Socialist lion understand why anyone except 10Oo-AIf.4 Jack .., Fight .f Week A".4
the man to beat Is Dr. our flag our identity asa
because we want the .Lest of all sites for the college, Arnulfo Arias, m.verlck4m graduates of the Harvard great nation while HE, WaIter atheists and unbelievers should 101' I- Hitch.... Jack Pear Fight .f Week HHchc.ck10:30Alfred

w.e serve notice that Winter Haven will fight to bring School of Economics around object to lbn proposed amendments Jack hn FIht if Wash Ahead
ber of a wealthy Pansma publishing Llppmsn basks in the free 10:41- Hlt.h.... Jack Pear 104...$,.,. Hltche.ell
the college here to the only site recommended..by'the family and in his own Washington In every nook and dom of the press, and with over .

state site selection tIt right a wealthy coffee planter corner of our government Mo.t' 300 hundred syndicated outlets; But there are, In fact, a great 11 I :00-Newt Newt, Set, Wlr NewtliM Newt; Seer*
committee. t Arias has been elected president of them are STILL THERE without shame, advocates a many Americans who are opposed Mill-Seerti. Wlher Teelahl Shaw Eterlel Wlher Wlher. E'tend;

has always been our policy never to settle for of Panama twice and Lippman is a long time ONE WORLD concept, where to tampering with the HllO-Theatre .f Te.l,hl Shew Meverlck CheckmeteI

second-best especially when it costs no more to have twice baa been deposed LEFTIST and a ONE WORLD. by, we would become likenedto First Amendment, precisely because ,45- the Stirs TenleM Sh.. Maverick Checkmete

the best. The Winter Haven In 1(39 he won on a platform ER, As a student at Harvard bees In a hive, and succumb they do believe )in God
golf course is by far the MORNING 9
this nation's Saturday May
do
which was violently anti-U.S. he joined the British Fabian to the rule of the ONE and treasure

finest location within the entire county and it has But within a year had been Society and was a close UIOC.I.te WORLDERS. the super educated religious herttsge

already met all criteria. thrown out by national police of Felix Frankfurter. Writeto the UNSEEN GOVERN. They question whether it la 7:00-5.w... 'II....,. Soriatill
Christian Educational really possible to authorize a AI"'.... Th..tre N... Sasart.e
and his enemies Association
own political MENT WHO RULE
Before the School Board members vote to place OUR 70-0.. Way "EI It..h. RFD Mi4l. W.II" Geier
little bit of government
Back In power In 1M, he Union New Jersey. GREAT NATION. promotion "
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the college at the Base, we suggest that they find out again was deposed for tryingto and secure for 50 cents the AU of our Presidents since of religion Once the concept ':41Mi" G.eI. FI.I" Wally Cable

these things: What is it going to cost to tear down set up his own secret police booklet. FRANKFURTER'S F. D. R. and all those who of neutrality la relaxed I:00-Cepteln Leurel Rams ef Captain
and moving toward totalitarian RED RECORD By aspire to be President, to Include they ask, won't the door be I:1 11- K..,.,.. end Hardy the Jungle K...*...
the old buildings and build new ones? What is it Sam Crockett with a forwardby all wide open for ever.increasing I:30-Ceptdn LiHle .....1. Meier Mercury Ceptein

going to cost to up-date or replace worn-out sewer and lam.Lately he has tempered his J. Edgar Hoover Write to gressmen, know Senators well and the back Con government Involvement In religious 1:45K...,.,.* Little .....1. Male Mercury K.*.*...

water systems? What I Is it going to cost to put in a remarks against the U n I 11 e d VERITAS FOUNDATION. 150 ground of Walter Lippman. life T f:00-Alvln Shew Qrtui lay Meier Mercury Alva Shwf

States, and has promised close East 35th Street New York 16. Ever single loyal, American The spectre which haunts :11-Alvi* Shew Cine lay Male Mercury AM Skew
new drainage system, inasmuch as the old one will be cooperation with the Alliance N Y and for 200. secure a should too Do YOU? these Americans Is reflected In t:30-T........ Ruff end Reddy Supermen, T........

covered by buildings? And certainly we should knowif for Progress In fiery speecheshe a question which has come up f:41- Tuned Ruff end Reddy Superm Tuned

more and what sort of industries-such as the tile denounces the coalitions opposing repeatedly at the House hearings 10:00-Outck Drew Junler Auctie. J".'., Auetlee Quick Drew

factory Bartow is after-are going to encircle the him charging that they The Lighter SideBy : What which government agency shall 10:I II- McCrew Junier Auctien Junior Auelle McSrewMighty
are dominated by a small will decide prayers 10:30-Mighty Meute Fireball XL 1 Magic! LenAllekeie .' Meuie
Base. These and other questions should be answered group of wealthy families that be recited, and what versionsof :1041: -Mifhty; Meute Fireball: :: XL:t ., Mighty; Meuie

satisfactorily by the Board-and we are going to try traditionally have controlled PICK WEST and change the name of her schools Scripture T read In the public I 'It00-Ile Tie Till Dennii Casper al.! Till Tie

to get those answers for you. Panamanian affairsAlmanac. tolled Puns International firm to the Dull Block Co. The Rev Dr Edwin H. Tu- I II ill-(tin Tin Tie The MeneceFury C.".... tin Tin Tie

WASHINGTON (UPI)-In an officer of 11:30-Rey Rears ....., i Cecil Ray RegertRey
earlier dispatch I called attention I have Informed Mrs Sharp ler chief executive 11:41-Rey Reaert Fury ...ey S Cecil Regert
t? some possible ramifications that In my opinion It might be the American Baptist Conven
Settle Back. . of Federal Trade Commission more desirable to keep the Lion warned In his testimony AFTERNOON

Its now time to settle back and enjoy life for at orders regarding decep. business under the family that Americans who believe in
name but to change the name God cannot take for granted 12:0O-C'S N. 'ull.l.kl. 'UI' Sassy Fil. v......,
least a couple of weeks' The primaries are over. By United Press Uteraatloasl live trade names of the family. that they will always be in a 12,15-b..b.ll 'ull.l.kl. .",. ..,., Dirty Dun
One such order required a ILIO- CI..I..tI .. 1..6.11
A".rI. Ica.bll
About the last week before May 26 the shouting will Today la Friday, May 9. the food store chain to stop usingSlendirwsy" comfortable majority If they 11,45- Phil.delpha' : New Tart y.. ladstnsd Baseball
129th day of 1964 with 231 to Since the company makes alter th* Constitution to let the
start but it won't be as a brand name
large
again nearly as nor as
foUow cesspool blocks, it obviously majority promote Its religious 1,00-B.seb.ll Cleveaad Amadcae Cill.I..ff ...
for bread. The FTC held that
noisy as the first go-round. This has been one of the The moon is approaching Its would be proper t) all It the beliefs through public Institutions '.I5-.h.1I la..balladstad 'hil..Ihi.
the be.
name was deceptive:
Cesspool Block' Co. But I doubt wake II. -....II.II ....h.1I Wrestling lcaeball
most vicious elections we have had in the past 15 sew phase. cause the bread actually was they rosy up one ,45-.h.1I, ....h.1I
that Mrs Sharp whose given childrenare W.tlltt la.eball
The morning star ls Saturn day to find that their
years Things have been said that shouldn't have been not slenderizing
The evening star is Venus I raised the question aa to name Is Ethel, would care to being Indoctrinated In some 700-lareball Iaab.Il Wr.Nheg ...ball
Things were done that if given a second thought On this day In history: what effect rulings of this sort change her name to Ethel Cesspool alien faith or atheistic philosophy 11I5-.h.l, ....h.1I Wresting I..11.11

never would have happened.This In 1541 Hernsodo De Soto might have on the time.honored 7:10-la..hdl ....11.11 nA la..bell
2:45-.11 ...... r
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part of an election is wrong. If people can't and a company of Spanish ex custom of merchants and manufacturers u
pincers discovered the Mississippi 1 00 leiebcll ..,..
naming their companies : .11 TIA Sport
fight clean they should stay out of fights There is no River near the presentsite and products after themselves 3:Chempienihip leieball TIA Specteculer

particular reason for smearing an opponent or printing of Memphis, Tenn WSIR Program 3:30- ...11.. lei Meilene Theatre X Jun.le Theitr
DIAL 1490 3 41-Chempionihip. lei ".. .
untrue or distorted stories It's too bad we have In 1M2, Vice President Henry Would the FTC order still apply Meitenen .i..Ito, Junfle Theetre

people with twisted minds-but that's life and Wallace coined a new phrase If a man:: named Harry nuDA 5 III LU. Rreb TenaAnernsW 4:00- lewlmg Hi-Tim .f the End" Jungle TheefreJungle
we when he said: "The century on Slenderway went Into the bakery '.00 IIIlItual Saws 4:II-Induitry ", ... Hi.Time Peter ....... Theitre
hope the next primary will be cleaner. which we are DOW entering can business 1 00 11I..1 N... I" Jun Or.tn Mla avow 4:30-A* Age Hi-T ae Peggy CcttleTheetre Jungle n.....
be and must be the 1 III H_ A Hig'map I Jo IIIlItual tine 4:41- ef Kmgt Hi-Tirae X Jungle TheetreI
century of As far as 1 know there has Jo Mutual News C Mum Imn MIIIuaI

the common man" been no test case along this 155 Wall' a Jnbi 10.00 M.uaI Nawwa :00.An Age ,."., Wide Werld Reicve I
I In INS, President Truman but there is In to H...... a Highway 10 G6 Maic free Maul
Washington WindowBy line a lady a 00 Mutual N... w Jo Muta.5 Nnsa I: ef Kmgt We...., ef Sport tease I
announced the end of the war Bridgeton N.J., who fears she G6 nay Slang 10. Mau ,..., Mussed t:30-111 The Law Jimmy Wide Weald I I've A Secret
In Europe on VE Day. might become one ... Tmay I. Palk / os.q It.oo Radio Itlda Jhbh au""Jo I,41-111 The Law Slrlcklend, ef Spertt IV* A Secret
LYLE C. WILSON blame with the recently departed Is 1151. former Vice President .- For 13 years, her husband Mstwl' "' ... U 30 Mutual "' ...
U. Music
. cross Mlltua1E..III"
Eisenhower administration sing AInq NIGHT
United Press laternaUoMl Nixon, touring South engaged In the manufacture of II at TI.... Swiss
but Kennedy stood firmth.t America at the time and building! blocks I UtI world Nna IJ 00 Mutual News .. .
The Bay of Pigs disgrace U was spstupon ceaspool ':oo-N. N ...., Wide Werld .. Sertatilt
the blame bis e 111 mdsws ro.t an.rv.os
was Wuthse W
back In the news In what appears by leftist students In He ran the business under his a Jo wall &ro.t ...... 12 G6 hem a 0.... If... -Se of That was the President's Lima, Peru.A own name: Everett R Sharp e Jo MIIIII&I H... 12 10 a.p.clall for TS' t:30-Mr. Ed 'Inlernellenel T ,. 5." U... Petiwerd
to be s re assessment When illness forced him to 5 Hn Neighbor : Yaud SawsT ',45-M,. Ed Shewtlme berde Shew Petiwerd
::
the shame and blame Both public position.: His private position : Punta la.u J,. Top M tie News
are In ample supply In the was that the Joint Chiefsof thought! for the day-Amer retire his wife took over the 1'111 apaagkl .... IIIat' 1:11II DNI....... Ywu. 7:00-Centre! Fl 1.. letemetieeel $.eh, .nt ,. Tell TruthTll ..
Staff had goofed. Kennedy lean author Nathaniel Haw management of the company 115 'bona' ti manta. I'Jo Masai "... SlwwceM. Shewlime S.."." Te Tell Tnrth
of US policy toward Fidel
story Castro't Cuba. stated his Indictment of borne said: "Mountains are After consultations with her attorney t.1 00 Yuan Maud IIqua4 Nan tM ltan 2:10 I.: M..IM Mum From News TM a- 7:30 Jeehie. The Ueuteeen He.....*." hale!
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Joint Chiefs In language so vlgoroua earth's undecaylng menu she changed its nameto a 01 ChIli sees 2. see is With Ywu 7-41 Cleete The LWeeert Heeteeeeny Glasses

Remember the Bay of Pigs? -In spots unprintable. meats" Sharp Block Co. whether l a u 10 aull Mawl l4es-Nlgblbaee News" ,2'x5 Jo Maud Maad III.Nan... I:00-JeeLi* The LwuUneef H......"'" Jackie

The Invasion took place In to shock fascinated listeners Now she is wandering 1 eo Mutual News .... Msesal "ewe | If- Glass The UeeHeenf H......"'" 51.. **
April. 1981, and was established On on* occasion Kennedy this might get her into trou- a es oars 1410 1 es Yak rxuc.u I:10-Ue Defender Jay l>.10.. Lewrente Weld The Defender
bl* with the FTC"The e 10 Yawl Saws 4 xMtwl Neap |:41-TW Defender J..., _...
in s matter of hours asa sounded! off to a small group of Memories sort of implies a a ,.-. Weald Today 4 MaNe fns Mks.lIs l.thep Le Weft TVe Defender

disaster comparable In somerespects a o w m e a who accompaniedhim name III Maud N... x III IIIItIM Non e-00-TV. Defender Setwdey. a.edae4IT1.
Lawrence Well Tee
block like e ... Nigh
they are sharp 10'a Rath 595 Patrtrll Ipmra
J'IandII Nan a
to the sitting duck array on his . .. ..
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government air.plane. knife U supposed be." she 1550 sigh Oft 1 m Mawl Mass Defender * ,.... Uwrence Walk The Defender
of U.S. offensive power at BO YEARS AGO ATtYJUAY I'. :Ywsd New t:30-PM sm.... 'lieofcre The rielry. .....d "Phil Sf...KetSert
Pearl Harbor on Dec. T, 1M1 Ills Rita Costello was ODe pointed out. But i e fad la w 1:41She: ... ,..... Skew.
All !bat one a/ the of IT America Red these blocks we make wontcut ,:. .... a s N Hawaii
group were Croat
The admiral and the general regular around the "White Staff Assistants at Army Air butter worth a darn.' the 14a nee II.....Y.res M... 5.::. Tv II....ayNLJ.S .. IO.ea-Gsu ." Fred.I. Sf.......,...kWm. ...Palm. Helrrwe'. Gaawn.k.11:16Coeshe G..wkeIeIIC.aw.he .

commanding at Pearl Harbor House veteran Washington reporter Forcer RediatribuUoa Station reported a Mehrt New, Masss New, ..
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Heldee .. CO-
of becamethe who The moat that can be claimed S m lid Massa T Maw sow gnnkg.
that Infamy knew
on day the difference la Miami Beach.: in that regard la that if someone tea Mewl N. T : Mues 'IaN. 11-41- sacrificial goats to appeasean between s news confeence U YEARS AGO 7. n..4 Manure 7. SMnd mend D.aa.
outaged American public and a statement that was William F Coney w a dropped one of the blockson 7:10: Maud. News a. Maud News IOG-N_ S.... Wh Newt, Set. Who Mew MeHilt ... Sp.'I
not Intended something like maybe a 1 m ...... Saw. C wusbm tea Ou, '-....la -TVeetre CrMet Che<** AdvM TWelr WeetWe
Young John F. Kennedy only to go beyond the elected president of the Winter toe It likely would produce an : 1 e Deal Mw.tee I. II..... News 1 1,30- ". el -Ke*......" -|!1.. Mwder laS el
three months in the White circle of persons then present Haven Uses dub. 'II M-- r..ey anww e t'a sees '
untidy crack' IISLMe We.V ....... TeenejSi. Trw... H V..ed
House, Instantly accepted responsibility Th Junior member almost got I YEARS AGO a oe Ma.an M... I. Club 252
his That being the case Mra.fSharp 1 a us M--.c 5 A Mwud ..... TVee .. ... ... . ..*.**
echediJe .
for the Bay of story Into print but was Aa estimated 1.0M persona ....... ... P ere p..Ned by e e eiM *
wanted to know If II I 1 s 51 to a gesOttN. weslW M4 .. .. ..... .. .. .e
Pigs disaster Some of his aa- foiled by a Whit House plea attended the open house of OeM "mg ea N et time. The Belly N..Cli.4 pugaa
acetates offered to than the to his editor VeWa Dairies. thought she should play It safe F them .. pills auvise cad Ie set rap.aiia as pwpres ....... eat
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California 'kI ANAMOSA Iowa (UTMV-Of

Adele at the strife.lorn Iowa I I .
Ma's reformatory today
lAKEWOOD. Cut (UPI)- planned to file chants against
Five (irla who rllnra>*afed about two dosen inmates who To those who supported an
mysteriously in Fort We**, \ took part in Thursday's tear
Texas, thU week turned up Lc gsa, funiho4:punctuated riot
today la Southern California opponent I am sure that you
PennUe** but apparent In The outbreak the third inci
good condition. n dent at the reformatory since
last Octobewas quelled whenat voted your conviction and I

They arrived here Thuraday -nil I 40 law officers ru hd the!

by Juvenile car custody and were when taken a house.wife into. ringleaders yard soil Ruined barricaded out about in the 16 am thankful to God for a country where we

became tuipicloui because prison cannery
one of the girls liked can do that.
About MO Inmate milled
to use a telephone to call her
father for -c through the eiercto yard dam
money UH machinery! in the laundryand
The girls, who are from two set It on fire during a To Sheriff Monroe Brannen, congratulations

separate families were with three hour riot Ma.y of tae:
Wilborn Hicks. IT believed to ..r I'I' prisoners were "hopped up" and I wish you a successful administration.
be of Lakewood when they from Inhaling a laundry cheml

were picked up.SherlWa caP d i outhreik began ai a pro Please be assured of my cooperation.

juvenile officer teal" again guards putting!
Robert Lee said the girls rang !three inmates "or report," and
tog In age from 4 to It. said ended when about Si Iowa high
they "just wanted to come for waj" patrolmen aol a half Hamp Rogers
the ride and see California" ( 'remaining 18 prisoners from
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EAR GUARDS-Hitdegarde, the Auburndal Police Department bloodhound, o.ot
word of President Johnion's beagles this weak, and to forestall any attempts by policeto

I I I ,' Ali ears emulate the Chief Executive, donned ear guards to nobody will pick her up by the T



legal Advertising Legal Advertising Ford Strike "9. MAKE HER HAPPY WITH THESE


.NOTItK or INTENTION/ ;/ TO LORAIN Ohio (UPIAbout l
JMaic: Arrut'ATION run m rule: omriiT C-OIIBT or 4.AW members of United Auto WONDERFUL GIFTSDRESSES
I\AL/ UIMHAJtUK ruK: TC.NTH/ JVIIKUL C.I.'TIN '
14 RE:: UHATE orJuHN AND rum WILT IHIINTV' Workers Local 42S went on
1. OLSON ru>aii>( IN OANIKRV strike early today at the Ford
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:- .i To All ".... II Mejr DoCOaaed leaeeraiNolic. I CAPE MO .inMiMVOHCK Motor to assembly plant here. 1
I* herehy givea that I JACK B OARNB.R The walkout shortly after by
have died my final report ae ajw- Plaint, midnight occurred when a six- r.
cum ol the ...... of John UUIMIH n
You need air conditioning.But ..,-. that 1 have 111... MARY I:. QARNtR: hour meeting Thursday with
my pestles lor final dlechane. and IVfondant management over 133 grievance GIBSON GIRL LADY BIRD
your good judgment that 1 wul apply iw the HUB. Richard NOTICE: to rra.Nu: on health and productionstandards
A. Uroiuun, County Judge ol1MIK THE STATIC OV FLORIDA TO
tells that central air conditioning
you at the plant ended HISTYLEJR.ELLEN EL JAY JR.
County tlonda .
should not be an day of May 1W4. lor approval olllw 411 Guru. BlrMtMldlan without agreement
"impulse" purchase. It's I tun and lor final dlKhaneu *: MlrhIguYou : Th union !aid filed with Ford STACY SMART SUE
u Lxecutru ol Otis citato ot Juno are hereby notified that a
major Investment . t permanent U tuft for dlvorrr baa hens filed a five day advance notice au,
T'd. .
part of your horn April 1M4Margaret against you In lh above nlHled thoriung the walkout whkh began .
M. OlwnKiwuinx our. and that ynu are hereby required '
Look the brands over Then e( the ...tat.a to rrve a ropy of your" Mf In the middle of the sight ,. I 3 Special Price< come talk to us aboufaTOaf- Joha U OlousSTRAUiHN war or Wh r wmtm dMMM shift 7

-CarrteAinstallatioiti.wVl( .aceuad BIIAHIT upon Walter, .D a44t. BrH.M .le|>i le4n* ,gas ill.ettonoy ,N : : ne, 1 II, e. ,1 .
make a careful survey M your *. KAUK.R1O14Attoni Ilk I.., Btillfllnk Wirt, IMwFlorida EF.FR-
.yiM on or M>fi>f., the turn 'day
home use only skilled air Magnolia AvenueWinter of Mar l4 and toss or Immediately ROTTERdam. holland (UPI) J
conditioning specialists tr Haven, JTU. thereartrr le file with the 698'
-A Dutchman became
make installation And April ,.. May 1. .. U. 1M4 Cleft of the abort ervM Oiurt so angry '
your the nrlirlnal of MM aniwer or wt1t.I. at his wife Thursday h*
we'll even certify-in wnting- Nellre. T. tmlMvnIX .. d.'...... If say took an axe and smashed all 1-V 8
the temperature and humidity : THE (OllkTY" illM.K'KCOtHT If you fall lo do en Dearer proCnnfnen 7f'
the furniture
IN AND rON POLK will S..nind a...hI.tfOIl In their living
conditions the system will KltNTV. rUKII for the rolled'1 mMi4e4 In room Including a radio and a
maintain. IN RE:: WTATB OFPETER the CooiplaltitwrTMMB television set
.
JOHNSON my hand all ofrirtal
.Ml I ..f ofrm al Rarin. PMk.. Cowilir Two policemen' were called 1098ALL
X"TN To All Credltora and Pr_ H.,- Honda, this. IHh. day of April to subdue the enraged husband I 0
lug Claims or 1)01........ Asalul IM4. i
.Goo4HouMknping Said Taint.You .' D HBL0AN JR. The reason for his violent out
V__ Nuuml'SIC. yt and each ol you. an hereby Clerk. Circuit fvuri burst wan that his wife forgot '
:uFS nottfMd to fil* la dunUut all It, Vivian A Punrleprinrtr to put his daily bottle of beerin : I ''J
claim. and demands which you Cler THIS SEASON'S NIWIST
Don't wait for another have acaiDit th..Male at Ftlrr A>H1 IT, H Mar 1. I, UM the refrlgerstor
( I
Johns, daL.and. In th. offm of } ; FASHIONS, COLORS AND FAIUCJI
icorchtr. Call us today.Refrigeration Richard A. Brouun County Judge, )
at hi. otfUw! In I'M Court Ruin alBarlow
Honda. within ..* c..*. DAILY CROSSWORDACROSS %\ PETITE JUNIOR MISSES, HALF SIZES
& dar month from May 1. ISM
which I la t... daw of tin nm publication DOWN 15. Father: ; ,
ol Ihla sidles Kach claimor L Hou.. 1. Bathhouse
demand moat ... lo wrttHi_ oouoq P ''
Electric Service .
must Mat. the plan ot ntUrurr 8.Short 2 On the left 9. Cimu r' MOTHER WILL LOVELINGERIE
and DOM olllc add.... el thr' lp! aide: fiaut. late f
Company claimant must .b. swans to and 1. Blen.aI..Prophet 22. Melody I f .
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must br fllnd aloneaM. or 4.
gmrmcnt Congregate 23. Hint ,
Shrrk t Ave t. S.W. XfJ-XMI MIIM will Victor become fetor ToW.JohiunnEnetutor 10 FetUh 2.. Hadee I -
: 12, Hautboys 5. rail month: 28, Dandlf1I '
MOil CAMIIR All CONOmONINI' WALKER: RAM: A WINGS 13. Enthuabbr, 17 Plumed t f W.ir.n.Wr Drip Dry Fabrics
Attomeya At Law I
IS OUOMT VIA KFTtft nAI awn 6. molts blrda t
THAN ANT OTMM MAn Van Skiver Hamn SideWlnt.r ria 14. tat11'U"d T. Mauve 21. Roman .. f P y t Dacron Polyester Nylen Cttn Blend
May 1. S. 11. 22 1164 18. Former Persia money ...._.,'. ......
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rule laarnlng puts Juice ofgrape k\k"i\ PULL AND HALF SUPS by

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Pofc( Sheriff Guesses On Election Finish To Chief Attend Lewis Program Central 'Church Starts Dawson Blasts Meeting FCC Changes Date



Handled 539 Close But State Meet To May 28
Nobody Is 20-20 At 9:30 A.M.The KcwsmenOn
The Florid Citrus Cum
Winter ..... Fire Chief
Not every political prognostlcator ctattljr otter $MO to any of Florida Abler Lewis will leave Sunday special Mother's Day mission announced a chang,
Cases In sit In a swivel chair. voting age who could tar the Florida StoteFlreman's Program at Central Christian in die date ul the next regular
AprilThe Nor are all trend experts. correctly predict the outcomeof AlatIGI'.IMualconventtOll Church beajiM at 9:30: am Nude Wedding meeting from May M t,,

called. Gallup Some of tile the Polk County May s pri in Clearwater Beach The meeting Sunday instead of I ..m. U May >N.The .
PoUt County >het ttf a office sharpest It sit kitchen will last
appears on m." throughwedneeday.One announced in yesterday'sNcwsChid commiuta will mm
received 539 complaints stools And at least The politically-oriented promotion of the moat Important DELRAY BEACH Fla" immediately following men
Curing April and solved 3T9 three of them are called Anderson waa conducted by On Items on the convention'sageada (UP1)) John Dawson says his ins of the Advertising and
cases according to .1 report! released and live in Bartow. .la discussion of new daughter's marriage Saturdaywill
teal Merchandising Committee
Florida Inr toannulate I t
roe Brannen today by Sh,-utf Mon These are some of the lavtareating a greater Sales. civic in- Ore flgnting techniques.Johnson Tax Sale List fashioned he "a aimple home and wedding just old which It scheduled for 1 lu

Larceny, other than auto accounted facts just release tarsal In the Polk County elecUoata. everyboy there except ..m.
by Gabe Stewart, Wines Available HereThe Nearly
a To claim the $500 fee the service The additional) time was
for the larce t number Hits the lawyer conducting !
Haven businessman who rev which the automobile needed to complete plane fr
of ith 79 agencyoffered - naked
complaints reported Polk Notice Of will be
the amateur predictors (Continued G. TOM WILLEVChristian County black advertising ud merchandis
Eighteen,re solved From Page One) Tax Sale has been published Sixteen year old
and 81 are still) under Investigation Polk Vote were aaked to name the "who seek to stir old hostilities and ia available at the News- haired Sissy Dawson met hog activities during. the next

(Continued From Page One) top vote getters in each of and kindle old hatreds Men Chief Office for five cents acopy. Charles D. Morrow tl, a sailor Banal year which begins on

Burglaries reports was the Group 2: Ray Mattoi, 26,139, the county's U contests plus A crowd of several thousand two yean ago and it was July 1, according to comml5

second highest on t the hit with Q Quit man Quinn, 8,604; Jack the gubernatorial race persons, broke through police Tax sale certificates on the love at first alght also General Manager HomerE.
76 reported and 21 solved Fifteen Turner, 9,194. No one came up with a per. ;barricades and surged forward property listed will be sold Morrow's ship is In dry dock Hook

auto thefts were reported House of RepresentativesGroup fect ballot. However, three wo- ;for a better look at the Presl- To Hear Talk beginning June 1 for the so he haa time for marriageand w

with seven cases solved 3: David B. Hlgginbot- men, all named Anderson, and ,dent when he emerged from the amount due for taxes and the a short honeymoon in Miami Pat McHaJe

Other cases reported! were: tom, 9,193; Kingswood Sprott one man cams surprisingly ;hotel where the breakfast was cost of sale and advertising Beach.
13 aggravated asssulu all solved close to besting the voting ;held. At 4 p.m. Saturday Mill
Jr. Wallace On TV Show
13.735; Storey,
; three sex offenses with two 15,449; Gene West 1414. Runoff machines to the answer Mrs The President shook bands By Tom Willey Dawson, wearing a white filmy
solved; nine deaths by suicide, Is between Storey and William C. Anderson, Mary with scores of well-wiahers, Rotarians Hear veil to aet off her limitless suntan Pat McHale, daughter of Mr.

manslaughter, etc all solved; E. Anderson, and Lillian P. many of them children carryIng (Continued from Page One) and clutching an armful of and Mra. Elmer E. McHale of
four citrus thefts with one solved Sprott. Anderson, all of Bartow, and Amerilan flags, white G, Tom WUley, vice president fresh flowers will marry Mor Winter Haven, who woo the
Clerk of Circuit Court: Earl po that too much hss
; three cases of rape solved; Roe M. Martin of Winter Haven ;lice struggled to unsnarl the of Martin-Marietta Corp. politics row who will have neatly KIwanli Talent Show contcs-
Dine gambling and lottery cases, nest D. Dixon, 13,832; W. picked IS of the 20 win- Clark Stone, 9,205; Paul Then too, have not been The outdoor be.
all solved; three liquor law ners. going. Business Men's Committee International we ceremony be on television tomorrow
violations, all solved: and 22 of Vaughn, 19,199 Runoff is between Some of the interesting sidelights Johnson finally climbed in will be the principal able to bring teachers and Death the slash pines and near A vocalist, Mlsfc McHale: will
Dixon and Vaughn. speaker at the spring professors from foreign countries an Olympic sized "bathing
30 missing persons complaints of the unique promotion i the closed car, rolled down the appear on the program "High
solved Clerk of Criminal Court: disclosed that while Haydon window and continued banquet of the Winter Haven to the United States to suits-not-allowed" pool will be Time" oa WFLA, TV, channel
John Brown, 8,792; Robert J. shaking Christian Business Men's Committee for themselves how at Miss Dawson's home the
In addition 52 inquiries from Burns received a major number bands.: see we 8, between 4 and 8 p.m. tomor-
other agencies were answered Hsslett 28,183 of the contest votes the Heavy crowds, liberally sprinkled Tuesday at T pm. at operate and what has made Sunny Acres Lodge Camp row. ___ _
The sheriff's office also solved Sheriff: Monroe Brannen, the Park Restaurant our country great
apparent Robert with high school bands
213 of 233 complaints involving 25,714; H. P Gordon, 7,746; King High, runnerup receive but, a single lined Johnson's route through, WUley was born In England.His He touched on such items For BUILDING MATERIALS Call CY 3-3139
Clifton Howell, 2,049 first contact with aircraft
personal contact ; HampRogers vote. Most contestants Atlanta and the Chief Execu as our social effects during
13,496. was with the famous Bristol ami after WWII in such countries
tive changed from closed
missed in the for constable a car
rice 1
Tax Assessor: James Ro- Airplane Co. In 1918. Later he as England, France etc ;
to a convertible to
MasterpieceFree in J.P. District 3, where get a better
den, 31,305; Ralph Road, 1,977. look. migrated to Canada and the destruction of some cities
Tax Collector: Charles Coo over half picked Roscoe W. worked with the Vickers Company in Japan, likened to the de-

ToMothers per 5,945; Stark F. Ginn, 7.- ThornhiU ran second to to win.Ed Instead Williams, be in :20-year-old Accompanied Lynda by Bird his daughter, who has in Montreal where he .truc ion of Carthage and the Bagwell Building Supply a'Rsed' : '
remained until he Joined Mar.
258; George K. Miller, 8.706; :proved a bit in her own right resulting effect on the relations
SundayThe that contest. Another
strong tin In 1929. In November 1957,
Hobson Strain, 10,213; J. B. Johnson bounded out of the car of the U.S. and Japan.
favorite with
Great Masterpiece In Thornhill, 14.099. Runoff Is be. the amateur 'repeatedly to shake hands with in addition to his corporate "One thing, our posture in
Lake Wales will honor mothers tween Strain and ThornhiU. predictors was Paul Vaughn, members of the crowd and to duties, he was appointed vice many lands takes a terrible TODAY. . at MORRISON'S"
who'll be ,
running against president and general manager
on their day Sunday by opening County Commission District look over the bands besting from the actions of .
the doors free to all moth. 1: George R. Burt 3,101; J. 26 Earnest runoff.D. Dixon in the May The President, concluding a of, Cocoa Martin Beach Canaveral He has Division our tourists who seem to beat :ErijoV'the':' HAPPY' Difference: .

ers. H. Kegley, 2,377; Francis L. two day tour of Appalachian their worst In many instances
"I wish could have under him a larger numberof
The Masterpiece Is open from Pipkin, 7,088; Floyd Woods, we poverty pockets, was to make ; being boorish certainly
1.30: a.m, to t p.m. daily and 28,602. come up with a perfect ballot another appearance in the people than any employerIn alienates many people" wtdst9a
the state of Florida at the
more than 3,000 mothers are expected commented automobile
County Commission District north Georgia city of said Richardson.The .
dealer Stewart "While themot.lvatin present time
Sunday 3: L. W. Duncan, 24,361; Gainesville before returning to He is director et-large of the story of the way the
Presentations of behind
the mosaic the
James J. Musso. 14109. reason Atlanta for the flight back to Florida State Chamber of Japanese, German and Russian -
of Da Vinci's "The La
itSupper" to
copy promotion was encourage
County Commission District Washington. Around 450,000 businessmen handle their
Commerce, member of Gov
are made 30minute. Interest in the real
.. every 5: Aldlne Combee, 28,637; Bob a stronger persons greeted Johnson on Ms ernor's Florida Council of 100 clients shows that Americansare
Jones, 9,035; JoJseph F Sed- elections, It would have been i fast swing through Maryland, and a director of the Central at a disadvantage in most ::
mera, 3,749. well worth the $500 to have West Virginia, Ohio, Tennessee, Florida Development caies. "Moscow Millie seems ,
Dr. Bulls Quits School Board District 1: discover a local expert whom ;North Carolina and Georgia! Committee. His biography is to get in her licks almost 0

(Continued From Page One) Seth McKeel, 21,256; Dora Cox we might have put to work in Thursday included In "Who's Who in nightly to a vast audience of ; cii.
certificates now required of all Phillips, 11,215. the November elections Who Johnson all but formally announced America." students throughout the nstlon -

child care centers. He had to School Board District 4: R. knows? We might have given i his candidacy for the Several times WHey served over Radio Moscow and

present it from a hospital bed. L. Brumbaugh, 16.425; Austin the nation a new Winter Haven 1964: presidential election in his ss a member of the International we aren't doing anything to
Dr. Butts' major contributions T. Race Jr., 20,165. Gallup. And from the way Atlanta speech by declaring "I board of directors of overcome this type of broad. +r
In this county include County School Superintendent this contest went, it might In >am looking forward to November the Christian Business Men's carting" s
"
work on the Polk County food : Shelley S. Boone, 25,147; all likelihood have been a Committee International which In closing Professor Rich. W
handling program in 1959. setting Bill Read, 11,012 Mrs Gallup! Who lays wo Through the day, Johnson introduced was formed In Chicago in 1937 ardson said that one of the

up the program, writingthe District 1 Justice of the men don't understand politics the cabinet members by business men of several greatest problems in South

basic manual, setting up Peace: George T. turned, 1,' ?" and other officials accompanying denominations. From Its Inception America is to get the various .

standard Inspection sheets, and 429; Virgil! U Womble. 1,248. him. The biggest It has grown to include governments to let up TM([

generally raising sanitation District 1 Constable..Marvin James Goff v;I cheers invariably .went to Undersecretary over 500 committees Inmore' tome (
o( Commerce present4ime'fpvr.areaa
standard lot foci} preceding Haward, 613i Lonnle McClel)< than 40 countries of the At the
(Continued From Psge One < .Franklin-D. Roojeyelt Jr., and world. .
establishments land, 998; Al II, Young.,J.283. ) to the President's ? v K v v ejrjthese countries Studies and experiments on (Runoff.) ID 'which he also serves as the co star In Two years ago the local type of land aucvey so it Is Impossible
entourage
iodophores as sanitizing agents District a Constable: HarryE treasurer. group sponsored a citywide to tax properly. U we
has been a major contribution Godwin, 1,797; P B. Hen- He Is a trustee and memberof Crusade for Christ in which can be sure that our helping At Morrison's, taste buds come alive. CHILJ.LATE

by Dr. Butts to sanitation in drick, 590.District the Official Board of the Bystander Hurt Willey participated.An to make these changes we
Florida Invitation la extended to Meats sea foods, salads, vegetables, Tu... NightiCWdfWi
3 Constable Tobe Beymer Memorial Methodist funds will be used properly
:
A series of (Continued From Page One) the ladies as well as the men 12 ind undir
experiments with
Acree, 2,275; Roscoe Thorn. Church, and associate district and that they in turn will breads, beverages, everything is masterfully
of the Winter Haven to mil
Iodophores has resulted In theacceptance are Walter Crawford, 20 of area psreneqet
leader of the Lakeland their
lay eventually on own
hill, 3.793; Ed Williams. S.408. carry
attend the banquet. wed plaId FREESPECIAL
of several! commercial Runoff Is between Thornhill District of the Methodist Lakeland and Frank Bosse, spring reconstruction etc prepared by Morrison's chefs and
brands for use as a bactericide Church 20, of Haines City.Apprehended Tickets for the dinner may be The introducedby
and Williams.District purchased at the door or from speaker was bursting with tasty goodness, ready to
in sanitizing food handling shortly after
4 Justice of the Psst president of the Win. any local committee member. Dr. Fred Kelber, progrsmchairman STEAK NIGHTS
utensils Peace: Walter G. Bell, 4,145; ter Haven Rotary Club and 10:30: last night by Sheriffs for the day be enjoyed. Taste perfection is just one
Dr Buns received his bach Charles Duncan Sat & Sun. Nightsof
Deputies and
Eloy Delgado, 5,077. past exalted ruler of the Elks Pete Spencer giving Notes
elors', masters' and doctors' District 4 Constable: Clarence Lode Golf Is a member of James Blake, they are In the PhosphateContinued and Comments asked Shelley the happy differences at Morrison's. K" lit Slrl.l" I.It

degrees from the Philadelphia Duncan, 2.326 Leon the Lake Region Yacht Polk County Jail in Bartow Boone and Austin Race to Fist Mignon 7K

In College 1937 of Pharmacy, finishing Thornton, 8,972 ; and Country Club, and a direc Charged with aggravated assault ( From Page One) stand while the club members 'SiKIjnQNoFbasFed.. ANljN6ifS1'! 1/a c 5tI\otII49C\

District S Constable: Morris tor of the Florida Club. Ha I.a is bond has been set at gave them a tremendous
During 1953 54. Dr. Butts went $5,000 each by Auburndale the streets etc We urge 'you
William trustee of the Florida Citrus hand for winning in the recent
Combee, 1,073,
to the little of Surinam to develop sound, realistic
country Justice of the Peace Frank
and presidentof elections Ken Camming I
Exposition
(formerly Dutch Guiana) where Kitchens, 3,013; A. A. Ready, past minimal standards. The location
Stanley
the Winter Haven Pops Orchestra Introduced the guests from
he gave all modern 3,629. and protestion of Industrial
up conveniences DeReua said the four
young visiting clubs, and Arnold Sil-
There were 2,927 votes cast
of parks should also be
to
living carry on In the Republican primary. In the Industry, he Is a men came Into the bar sometime vert lead the singing @
a phase of blood research. It planned
after 10 "One of
member of the Governor'sConcentrate p.m.
Only candidates on the bal. "
Codes
was this experience which 4)) Building Permits
Quality Advisory them did not have a shirt on SHOP IN WINTER HAVEN Central Ave at 2nd St.. N.W.
brought him face to face with lot were governor hopefuls etc.-The planning and
and asked
to leave.
the reality of the need for preventive Ken Folks got 732 votes; H. Committee and an tx-officlo was One zoning for land usage should -- -
medicine and sanitation, B. Foster 930; and Charles B. member of the Citrus Industrial word lead to another" and alight not be entangled with various
developed he
he laid, Holley 1.265. Council ssid. licenses, plumbing permits,
.. After they left, pistol shots etc" Col.
: Sanders
"Wr j Florida Has No ;were reported outside the Venus His letter concluded: "We Says :

Want A Dior Original? (Continued From Page One) ment Club.Is also The looking sheriff's into depart this. certainly ing for our appreciate views and your assls-ask GIVE MOM A REST

j orders can be obtained" tines in this important work 9

In his telegram to Adams, Fourth Street Please let us know if we can this MOTHER'S

Kelly asked him to order a (Continued From Page One) be of any further help" DAY . .

recount under the section of the Sixth St., NW, to the corner of The board announced that
law which empowers the secretary ,Ave. B and Fifth St.. NW. a planning clinic will be held i
of state to aend deputiesto Ave B west from First St. June 10 and 11 under Its

\ examine the election proces- ]N. to Seventh St., NW. sponsorship, to be conductedby

sesHe Ave A east from Fifth St., Dr. Ernest Bartley University : -
asked for an Investigation ]NW, to First St. N, of Florida professor fhy
of the entire election processes Seventh St. north from Central and planning a zoning consultant .
of the MayS primary for governor i AYe to Lake Howard Dr.. retained by Polk board.It a O 0 ,
based on the sets that i NW. will be open to the public
"there have been several discrepancies
In reports published

by various news media as to the BURGER QUEEN
outcome of the election and because .

of reports received of pro- HAVINDAII ILVTJ _S/. CY4.161S \
tats filed in various counties g te

throughout the state In the primary ,
for governor as well as
other offIces" "IMother's oaf
Kelly added that there have
been "numerous reports at discrepancies
between published QUEEN
counts and counts report by Th. PCRFECT way to Mother' Htortl

persona lawfully present on a Day

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Jl'ST TOO MUCHIdTAYETTE.. Ind. (UPI)- the told police It was Just too RR Firemen Court Record KRAFT Dinneris
much.A few dart rariler aome-
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When oro. thievet stole Mr*
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CHURCHIN of CHRIST CHICAGO UPI) Defiant ,..: e CMe .. __; .-& -.:... .. .. '
....*. ... ," M ot mot H* thrifty!
lAG LI tAil railroad firemen buckled .trhcrM 1? siI 0w., tw:-t m.w,....... i....ii N -
under a federal court order today ..:.z.l.eus ... _as Cwt s.... :::e..=....., ".:ro =
Salutes You Ronuas: 16:16 and ended their wildcat l* :' -3---WMOt N.-. '..rM.IM ": : and
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walkout aniru the atralefie r .. u.s.
L .. CHAST AIN, MINISTER walkout acauul the strategic MMMt ... ... N at/a a- ":: e. ..
Men has the tenitnej toIietq The religion 01 Chrlat I It not Elfla. Joliet and Eastern RaU- *ir.i'lfwB>Mt"wirwM M.-fin"ill"11 c.r- Quick M
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to hums Uichn toM "oId.f..htood:' The truth ofCbriat road la Biaoia ..: .. ... ....
thew bamu toiebenm it still the way .. freedom But a atrike threat by .)1'11. n" '. .w".r..n. : and SAVINGSBONDS
M mm.M
between them sad (John I.n) the go.Jelu era oc De sc Uwto *M&. irkMHMW. . n rrnot ,Mn ,U..w II
Christ The philoiopble of our. Cod't power to i.... ......,. Raifroad CoUoa lid o*_=-- "*w .,. _.. "%..... ,. __i I'S H .r.loll" .. I"V -...
"> r- a.a. er full of cheese
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hart different U. The church It ratMd tbe
Rom. 1 ) poMiMUty of "
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Som.Nbar the form the body of Cbriat and Ht U trouble oe UM tracks despite JmTV
to-called "rnoderniam." Otis the bead of that sptnt..lbode. ral tpeemeot aMCkMrwide w ;r ..:,. ....... a.r ::.::..... .-* w c.Krell DIMM
frI an called teetariaoiaaiCatkoUdam. Col. Iu': ) Hit peace U S District Court Jade .-.eJ':;::,:;::.::..1IJr. t..a..r..s 11N'. hit tw
Communism or and comfort aloes I., of the multitude the sod Gods way bat stood reatratalaf order pr UbiUM .a w.e. .,0 w.rwLn -f Wf 4l He"II .. hid. ', .....7
ttworiet that parade ta 0* the teat of tile are*. KU truth members of the Brother .::: : .. ... :zr ) ...........aid'. ..,
lime of reUjWB. The teodenciet U eTerUrtlaj. te Hiaa we cai hood of LocooMUre fkmea hw': t... ':. .::7i:: i ien.ojit JS ....... Is..........to...,
to make retlfioa (lavorwu. be eoaaplet aid CafiMnea (BLTE from .o1."T": : a*. cur ..... --. 41..1o
a nremoaiai or to w or..1- erw.'r' of fHi::-*.. '
manning picket lines at UM 1W OTIMO HMiMeTia.0
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NIWS. .CHIEF. Friday, May 8, 1964 ,... IM. Hospital News Around The Town


,1WI"'T5A. I!"" HAVEN' DAILY NEv/S-CHIiF THUMOATS WIa/A Neva AftMUMONS j, Local Women Bankers To Attend SessionOf


Lloyd C. HsfTod. Mrs UlUe -


I t bm ?iI Pierce khuon.Butler.Mrs.J...Chariot D.. Thomai BracUn.B.V.tir.Mrs At.K: Qar Gulf Central Group In Tampa Tomorrow


ory, Master Mkky Whilst it Kepl'elfttatl'* of the General Telephone -
Master MUM MOeldNorwmlCtK. Mr. Carol J. Bower, Public Relations
..... ... Comply will show the film "The Voice of Your Suiwith com-

mentor It the meeting of the Gulf Central Group of the National Association of

Aelwretale Bank Women-to be held tomorrow at the Causeway ton in Tampa.
Ut
Andrew Dokuy Baby K< i iHystt It
i. .cheduled for 11:80 a.m. followed by
The regular business meeting

Ldited by 9ILUE LIUS Latetsnd + r* rkr IUDe"aDd" the pl'OfP'IIIat\ Z,:11.
Mrs. leteu CoM M Attending from Wiater Haven will be Mrs. E. M. Campbell Vice President

Mrs KsnsMth JlHI" ply W. Adsir aM CatAler and Mrs. W. G. Enna As.ut.nt to the, President of The> American

Delta Kappa Gamma Hear Mrs. Sear! Lake Alfred National Bank in Winter Haven. Alto attending will be Mr*. Helen R. Cracfcel,

Paul Wales.THURSDAY'S. Vice President of The Peoples' Bank Auburndale.
"Womn In Politics" WI'tile A skit built around the ..... Naval Training Center. Great
Mrs Loft vision program "Your 'lestlmpreaston" John llamlUoa ls expected
subject discussed by Mri.
DISMISSALSWinier Mr. and Mn. S. Davis and Lakes IIIShe'll
Snarl Lakeland City Commissioner was used to Introduce Haves daughter Belinda, of Huntsville to return tomorrow for
in her talk at the May the officers ferth6*.tbiettRlum. r lowing a three-weeks vacation
with Mr
Ata.
luncheon of Alpha Prior to luncheon Mrs Thomas G. Blake are visiting and Ohio.
meeting trip to West Virginia
and Mrs Homer Hand and
installed Chester Bobet Miss Beverly S'1lt1rii
Epsilon Chapter of Delta Kappa they were by outgoing
Mrs. Carl Schiller. Caraway, Matter David Fried- family.In .
Gamma teacher honorary president, s. Mist Helen Covert and Stuart
society In flames City. The Teacher of Tomorrow mann, Mrs. Alma Hedrlck: Winclnski plan to spend several
celebration of National
Mrs Snarl, a graduate ol program in the elementaryschool Mis Donna Holloa. Mrs days In Miami next week.
was explained by Mrs. Walter Nor- Music Week, Mrs Leone R.
Michigan State University, and James E. Hunt
the mother of four children, Alice Woods Material present' rte, Mrs Jacob Tocdt. Mri. ----- -- --- Gray will present her pupils ins The Rev. Delmar DeBasIt is /
stated that the found It "In lag a suggested procedure for Pearl Wilgerson.Auburndile. recital Sunday at three p.m Christian Men's
a
attending
JACARANDA CLUB In the Civic Center A special
-
teresting and exciting to work the organization of such groups
In city government for the good was made available and elementary Mrs Carl P. Bran, Mrs Mra. Frank Sleeth, first vice president, left, Mrt.Stsnley feature will be a tribute to dink: In Oklahoma

of ones town. schools not having a T.O.T. Marshall Calloway. Parker, president, center, and Mri. S. A. Mozart. Friends and relativesare Mr. and Mrs Jack Tanner
She related many of the Interesting program wen urged to consider Wauckula Moore, retiring president. Invited. and children are newcomers to I
experiences that she starting one for the next I I 111,1 f.c
Howard Campbell Winter Haven having moved
has had as a commissioner and school year. Mill Lee Spencer will be I
pointed out that In order tovoti Those attending from Winter Dundee Tropical Palms Ferns home for a weekend visit with here from Harrisburg, Va. Irl'lllu',' '
Intelligently on Issues brought Haven were Mesdames Ernest Mrs. OdeU Green Charles her mother Mrs. Culver 0
before the commission It Is DuChirme, Robert Jamison, 0. Nelson. Spencer.Mr. Joe A. Bryan ion of Mr. and love
often necessary to do a great Victor Laughltn, Hazel Miller Eagle Lake Mrs. Woodrow W. Bryan, hat you
deal of reading and research D. W. Moreland, Carl Schiller Mrs. H. G. MeUod. Make Interesting TopicsPalms and Mri. Michel Malls: completed basic training the for these
O. II. Whitney, Harry Wlmberly DavenportMrs. of Savannah, Ga., formerly of Naval Training Center, Great
EnjoyMother' Alice Woods, Misses Juanlta Eddie Martin. this city are announcing the Lakes, III.
and Ferns were the known as the Land of Fernt.the .
Dinner Hilly, Fannie O. Smith Phyllis Lake Alfred birth of a daughter on May 1st
Day Smith and Opal Sprunger. Miss Peggy Ann Pieringer. topici of discussion at the May said, since we lave ever Mr. and Mrs. Matthew Ala,.
at meeting of The Jacaranda Gar one hundred species growing Miss Ellen Kirkland has returned ss and children are getting settled .
den Club at the home of Mrs. atturall)'. The study ef fern to Tallahassee for the in their home here after

Carl heck Vi called Ptertology and they summer trimester at Florida moving from Hinidale, IU.
Mrs Stanley Parker stated are the lowest order of plants
i State University after a visit
that Florida Is the most tropical with true roott.
with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. R. V. Remmlck
of the continental United Ferns are propogated by
portion pollination F M. Kirkland. are leaving for their summer
Phone r States and U the most favorablefor and division of buds home In New York after a winter .
the and culture of and offsets. All true form
growth come Dr. and Mrs Kenneth Kahn and spring vacation here
CY 3.3723U.S. L palms Of the eighty.two species from the ground rolled up likea and son. Neil, of Miami, have
n,Am err \n tr> Fioriili. 1\ watch spring. These frond been visiting here this week Nil II. Gustafson, ton of
Hi-Way 27In 'I'11. jn true natives and vary from the greenest green with Mrs. Kahn'l parents, Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Gurtafson.
Dundee r fV there are approximately four to the softest pink The leaves and Mrs Erich Weltzenkorn, 931 Drexel Avenue NE, hat
A thousand species In the world. are always directly opposite S13 Avenue A, SE. completed basic training at the
Palms are propogated by each other on the stem Ferns
t seeds, separation of offshoots or grow belt In partial shade, in
by division of root clumps. toil with leaf mold and good
I Palms may be planted at any drainage. The fern wool or cot Mixing Bowl but adore you

e a season of the year, but the ton It used by the birds, especially Rice Make
And
warm rainy summer monthsare the smaller ones In felting Meat for this
to be given preference. their nests, Ferns have been
Palms range In sire from dwarf used for ages, especially by the
tall Indiana of Peru for COMPAK AND roim sue THE stir
such as Saw Palmetto to medicinalpurposes. Hurry-Up CasseroleNeed
/ magnificent tree such at the They also have been KltchenAldDISHWASHSRS
V ; Royal and Coconut Palm The used for treatment of disuses -
;rasa eunoerssreeNaatene true native palm. grown in this of the kidneys and of Diabetes. a hearty and filling simmering stage. Stir in rice
at. section of the state are Needle Osmunda fern roots are used main dish in a hurry' Thin cheese mustard, Tabasco
i Palm, Scrub Palmetto, Bush (t a potting media for orchids luncheon meat, bacon, rice, sauce and M of the bacon.
Palmetto Cabbage Palmettoand and bromefiads. The fronds of celery, soup and cheese casserole Pour into quart casserole TIPTOPTV
Sae Palmetto. All others ferns are widely used by florists, can bs prepared and Sprinkle remaining baccn over
have been brought In from other President Mrs Stanley Parker baked with a minimum of top. Stand luncheon meat
.d countries The Coontie while Mrt Thelma Sylvester, and time and effort. Bill of bacon slices upright In rice mixture & APPLIANCESCorner

Special Sunday, May 10th not a true palm, is very satiafactory Mrs. Francis Okuls are leaving and tomatoes add extra interest around edge of casserole N.W.
4th & Ave D
11th and flavor Add a iliad or ((175' ,
for Inclusion with palm May to attend the Pace in moderate oven
OLD FASHIONED planting Us large underground Florida Federation of Girder reliant, and you will have ait. F. ) until heated. 20 to 25 mm. Phone CY 04.1291

FAMILY STYLE $198>> GEEI LOOK AT THE SIZE OF THAT CAKEI) stems contain I high Clubs Convention at Hollywood attractive luncheon or familydunes uses Yield: 6 servings.
Beach. readily available from W CICSSYtl
DINNER Complete percentage of starch that has xlppptx1l17lxStJ l7tilgGlltppc7gCjQAl
Master Neil Kahn end Karen Lowenstein
were long been used as food by the Other members attending this staple ItemiBudget .
Chess en Chilled.r Clue Temsie de "ul.Jour. both entranced with the eels baked (In honor of Seminoles. Florida Arrowroot a weeks meeting were Mrs Ray wine homemakers

their second birthday, They celebrated the eventat starch flour U derived from Flanagan, Mri. Joe Lameck,,, keep an extra supply of
PLATTERS OFi the home of Neil's grandparents, Mr. and Mrs, these item Mrs C. M. Mona de Oca, Mrs. canned luncheon meat on handto r t

SAKID M.m.tyke SPRING' CHICK DrMtmjntfor 'IN Erich Weittenkorn. He and hit parents, Dr. and Mrt. William Clifford with S. A Moore, Mri. Martin Mu- add interest and variety to r
Ovir Mrs Kenneth Kahn of Miami, visited her this the aitlitanre of visual aids ma and Mrs Frank Sleelh.I their meals at well at for
BOAST' MIMS.' lY.andIof HISS' of SIEIu r week. Karen li the daughter of Mr and Mrs and sprclmin cuttings discussrd emergenciei. Versatile canned

Harry Lowenitein of Jan-Phyl Village Ferns Florida could be luncheon meat can solve the
ROAST' Lao en LAMS around the
New Arrivals meat problem
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with Mom Siyta DrMtmeVECETAILES --------
deck At breakfast, sliced and
SERVED rl ;I Mr. and Mrt. Chanel fhet browned, It', a perfect com
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FAMILY STYLES I @( 'Q.IVJ. \ r R :' hire of Auburndale are the parents panion for eggs pancakes or IN OUR
1. newfUke Petateeit. of a ton born at 1.23: a.m. wafflei For luncheons simple
Cut, SroeMll SulltrI. Ipurl ./ today In the Winter Haven Hospital kuppers or evening treats, It'i BEAUTIFUL SIRLOIN ROOM
Frets In L.m.n Urn Since The baby weighed tin .deal in cssterobi cr used In COMPLIMENTARY
.. Lau"Lna' C.nllli'lII Vtmtwn llYf ll- pounds and three-quarter ounces
or
tt.wed Appt.aS l a ill preparing hot hearty plain CARNATIONS FOR MOTHERS
H.", State .Ftekl.d Seta at birth. fancy sandwiches.
A daughter weighing sever I llere't our recipe for "hur S .dial MOTHER'SCHIMENUNS
COMBINATION MIXID pounds, five and a half ounces,
I and rice casserole
GI'IIIN' SALAD ry-up" meat
( I'1 a ; was born at 9'IS: am yellerday : r DAY DINNERS
apNlat l mild, S> u.t'l".<'" in the community hospital I
1 can (12 ounce) luncheon suo end
trailing) to Mr. and Mri. Adair Whutor I lip CempUr -Starting at $1.50
meat cut Into 6 slices
DESSERTSiIMiiiruit of Lake Alfred. each slice cut In half I Special Att"tio" t.Mrty! ff'Mr'J fcy Ow Chat
wlCh '"
let Cream ear
...liti Syrup t crosswise Given T. ttl..l fits 20 DcHcUw lat.*..
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t Lime Jtll0I. ,, : 2-Tb iT Stn th ISncS ( slices, bacon, diced Children Din*.. Served All Day

Hom.m.. Mil' budding wit" What's NewAn Icup chopped onion I'tm II I I (.m. !. 11' lit pm.rlraa .
Clnntmvn Tiftpln 1 can (1 pound) tomatoes, / Delay R..ws
.. tI electric knife which uses undramed W* C.t.t I. Small tUrf FOR RESERVATIONS
HOT HOMI .I .nlll 'UTT' heat to cut easily through I can (lOt1 ounce) cream f.rti.. C.II CY I.OOtf afar 11 I I '..11I.I .
COFFSK er ICI TtA frozen food is the latest frecier of celery soup

II.tl per B.ft.S accessory Push button control 3 cups cooked rice I All Pastries Made In Our Own Bakery I
switches on the Internal heat 1 shredded puturllpncell
C lItI...'. Pen leas fie to cutting temperature, makes cup American

It possible to use the blade for cheese

NATIVI FLORIDA ALSO SIAFOOOS ::1.-l R EASY HOUSE EPINGU/ ,-WM T YouW NttDi frozen carving foods 11 The weU heat at knife for regular hat Mi 1 teaspoon drops Tabasco dry mustard sauce SUNDOWN RESTAURANT I

HOLIDAY STIAKS
JOHN terr.teeland the
two edges-one Fry bacon until crisp:
i 11 you are continuously 2 A set of tablet can double other with a taw.type construction. drsin Save 2 tablespoon drippings "What The Discriminating Dine"

pouching! waxing and vacu- at a set of television stooU add onion and taut until -
umim II. time to get ac Simply put a layer of felt over sift but not brown Add tomatoes g u.S.17, Smith Winter Hcven
qutlnted with plastics, which the tope of the plywood tables I To brighten the view from sad soup and bring to iaLr ... '" tYZmtixtccriteaLrx'tYrcts
rID be cleaned with a wipe of and cover with a leather-finish. your -home, frame.. .It with rotor. "'--- . o. .. "
; :
a damp cloth. This durable n... ed plastic: in your favorite col using those new vinyl-coated
terial comeIn a great var or Paint the legs to match, steel windows which come In
1- lety of textures and patternsThe The airy laundry. hamper li I three window styles and eight
0OFF loom divider In the sketch. made of vinyl. straps in con. colon to match any decor. The

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pianos tacked onto a 2 by 4. around a I by Inch wood I except an occasional wash off a1
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COliN tablet are covered in an a l-I"lncb.thlck piece of Formica aluminum frames support Food u. Excellent Service It Gracious
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Sttn Md AVCBM M. NW Of Your ChoiceMATHER ... And Atww GOld ;
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U:00 a.m.-Sun. School
11:00 a.m.- SUB Worship Faster
6:00 p.-Y.P.c. Meeting I 5:41: .....-.... tefcool
1:08: pm-Evangelistic Meet. 11:M m.-Metvhsf Worship
LARRILEA THORNTON The Exchange 1:40 .m-TtiBlfcig. UnionS
7:45 p.-Wed.. BIb a Study E. \ HUDSON CO. : p
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JOAN C. FISHERREALTOR :00 p m rsa Worship
ASSEMBLY OF GOD BEAUTY SALON FURNITURE National Bank 'FI *... A, ".w. CTI41I1 MII'IIIHI8T

Eagle Lake $N US FOR YOU ....
FURNITURE CO. Winter H....', Neal Stsa.
Re,. earned Brace, Fatter Rev. Beett hr

9:" a...-Iua. Scheel Ire fWr41t 'urtiilur a ..MMf Gen.iI.C V ] NSUS.ANC 11.00 .Ia.-WWIIItp
11:411IMoni8c Worship "Hme el QweRty Feraaure' LW Draperies aOf .. 10.00 a.m.-..... Schooln00p.m.Midiit !

T.OO p.a.- ........ Sen. Sib SUM es Ave J, ...w. Pho. ii, ,....... WIIIfwt Heave Ml W c...... REAL Youth)
Tues: s .... CY WIN WrNTW HAVNMeek. Es1AT! Fellowship
7'00 p.m.-Hid.week service :34's' ... SOS Pep Ave., N.W. ., ,..cJ.c.r NEt 35 T 00 p.m.-Wed., Choir practice .

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INWOOD BETHEL 7 30 p.m.-See. Thurs of each
ASSEMBLY OF GOD It's "Rnqer.L'ckm1 Good" month Women's Society
Aftw4 Ufvl M ee the Ch iRa of
The Rev. William D. Lee
Christian Service
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Pastor12.1602 .. Choke This We.. Tiaras
1:20: p m: Prayer
Est .
i (:Cam.-Sun. School .
Meeting
11:00 a.m.-Morning Worship WILCOMI.W l
ri OQN BEYMER MEMORIAL
1:30: p.m.-Christ Ambassadors
METHODIST

Service TOO p.m.-Evangelistic Serv. ...--.see. 4 I Ia Irl 704 N, Lake Howard Drive
Rev Lee F. Slog, Pastor
Wed.
: I
U 00 . Morning Worship
a m -
TOO p.m.-Prayer and Praise //1
Service S 30 p.-Methodist Youth

6th St.. N.W. 294.2235 Fellowship
DUNDEE done 294.2919Iubliz T 30 p.m.-Evening Worship
Highway MlRev. 130 p.m.-Wed.. Mid-Weer

E. M. Davis Service
10:00: a.m.-Sun. School a The nursery will be open for

11:00: a.m.-Ministry of Word The all worship services.
Market
7.JO p.m.-Evangelistic Serv. 4 r .fJ
URGfROUEEM r. ST. JOHN'S METHODIST

Wed;, Family ii wens.... Cypress Gardens Read
7.30 p.m.-Prayer Meeting t ,
\ t ahppl.l Cslsr al Lake Roy
EAST SIDE DriTe-la \ Rev. WUlissa TUna, Faster

Dundee Highway, Lake Regie t rfi "W",1" 1:45: a.m.-Worship Service
Sub. Division "-0.11 1:45: s.-Sunday School
It. Pan Wood Pastor e tlsTampa ...... A'A .! I. A 11:00 a.m.-Morning Worship

10:00 a.m.-Sun. School I iWa.n' I:M p.-Methodist Youth

11:00 a.m.-Morning Worship N. Fellowship
6:30 p.m.-Youth Service I ELOISE METHODISTRev

7:30 p.m.-Evangelistic Serv. Trey Street ikor
7.43 p.m.-Thurs. Mid-week r Third
ServiceWARNETA STARPRESSPRINTING 10:00: a.m.-Sua. School
I 11:04 a.m-Morning Worship
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FIRST ASSEMBLY 1:30: p,-MYF
11* MIl Street 7:30: '.m.-Evening Worship\
Leos Boswell Faster

1:45: a.m.-Sun. School IUSINISS FIRST METHODISTLake

11:00 a.m.-Morning Worship Alfred
1:00: p.m.-Evening Worship INDUSTRY Church ef n* Lighted Cress"
Rev Dareld. N. Storm
Tues: Electric Co. GOVfRNMENTT I:43 a.m.Church School
I Wed.30 p.m.-C. A. Meeting (AU Ages)
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7:30 p.m.-Prayer Meeting School Nursery class during Cameo

FIRST ASSEMBLY OK GOD NORTH GATE THE CHURCH FOR AU AU FOR THE CHURCH '1:00: s.m.-"Vorshlp Service
Comer et Ave. G IIMI IE ., ., Nursery during Moraine Won
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Rev. Emerson Jonei Faster CITIES SERVICE ... ;,';", I,,,: ,'.: ,r.." ':..: ,:; .:.. I "'. .:h II'tlm = ;t* ship
1A zt 1....,.,..,,,..... ,.1 .. nnhiif.a.. , .... new O.rNh
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10:00: a.m.-Sun. School 71 w dxrn..1, ?LW.MI, .J h.. .. ,...nn, .d :oo p.m.-Youth Fellowship\
.a. I .MnA rnMr. Y".arw IM1r .d ,M I..::= (Juniors Jr. Sr.
U:00 a.m.-Morning Worship when e Jlf* High)
l rirL..I"r, ... ......., 1Lw .hM rNM h.. wul'" 7 30 p.m.-Mtdwe.L
1:30 . Woman's Missionary .. : Worship
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p vow oarr.e.iese N. its w.1 w..rw why ropN .
Council N.I war.= =::.e;:' :air Informal Bible Study

7:30 p.m.-Evangelistic Serv. the ...t. They'll be here any minute! As noon and terrible time, but God has neveras Last I:30 FrL pm.-each Fellowship Supper
7 Christ Ambassadors month
:30p m
Wed.: COMPALIGNMENT .ND I finish the flowers I'll go and sit failed to give us the stn'njrth to meet n.AMElICAN NATIONAL FREE METHODIST

7:30 p.m.-Midweek services, Dnnl T.w".." ANA. tae with Dad on the front porch, no we'll them" and the courage to jr" on again BANK mi Lake /Jfred Read

testimonies special prayer IthSt, N.W. CY 1..717 be right there when they all drive in. We've always been a churchgtfng M.mkr f.DIC.Pe Rev. Chadwlck DoBBaDy Pastes

LAKE IDA It'll be just wonderful to see them family, and I know the children never Rev. Mariaaa Deamady

Rev. Olin Lake Pastor again. miss a Sunday even now Tomorrow Associate rasterI

Virgo Pope, Supt. BANK OFLAKE Dad and I were saying last night we'll all go to church together/ and CcearvH &teodbe 11:00::45 m.-Bua.s-Worship School

10:00: a.m.-Sun. School Bible ALFREDI1m'h that we couldn't have been blessed it will seem like the old days when CHtYROUT DEALER 1:45: m.-ChrUUsu Youth

Study with better children or lovelier grandour family wan ntlll hn> at home. We Crusaders
11:00: a.m.-Morning Worship e VOLUMI IILUNO
7:41 p.m.-Evening Evangelistic children. We've been so fortunate. Of have so much to thank Clod for, every 0 ftOOO DEALS Youth liSpm-FreeMethodlil:

course there have been some tragic one of Ult. i i'J
Thurs: C ftOOO StKYICI 7:30: p.m.-EYiDleUaUolervJce
S
''T..$ p,m.-Prayer meeting ..,...... ,. t I Cepyrirh( I54 K.WwAd duals bol.ic.alr.i.a1Y. l re, 4. ., 1. TRINITY METHODIST

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BAPTISTDAV1STAR .. \ If.
-- +serrhasro w ir, IwrwAr. H. Blackburn. Faster
BAPTIST 11 Iwnwar" r OtrlMlMcM 11 SM ft, {.w. CVMI41 I:43 m.-Sun. School
Rev. Lester E. Miller, Pastor : MEMIER. P0.1C.! .1.1.11 m 1.10 TI 11 N ill 11 1.1/ la 110 Iili 11:00: -Morning Worship

Hlwy. 17.N. ef Bsrtow Air Base I 7:30 m.-Evenlng Worship

10:00: a.m.-Sun. Sch -ol Nursery available for '11II.
11:00: a.m....Morning Wonhlp This Invitation To Attend The Church Of Your Choice Is Sponsored By These Business Firms School and morning warship
6:30 p.m.-Training Union I:SO p.m.-M.Y.r.

7:45 p.m.-Evening Service FIRST PRESBYTERIAN

Wed.: IMI .I"UAL ILICTa.e. Morrison'Cafeteria is Your WINTER HAVEN Ruth .&. at AYe G.. N.W.
1:45 p.m.Prayer, Bible Study Cser.I ATTEND THE ..10.1I LAKE REGION BANK TUNING MILLS Rev, James R. lI.e......
'..Ikc.
DUNDEE .....,.. CHURCH OF YOUR : Of Co"merc.qJJ. Pastor
10:00: a.m. Sun. School Bc'A .. A 1T Rev. Robert Farrow, Associate
11:00 a.m.-Morning Worship ri...... t t I:30 s.-Worship Service
6:30 p.m.Training Union Store CHOICE SUNDAY haDINNER I:43 a.m,-Sua. Church School
Evangelistic Lindsey C 11:00: s.-Morning Hour of
7:30 p.m.-Evening
Y I Worship

HOW10POUAUTY City Drug Co.JIM Thrifty AH ... 7:oopm.-Each Third Sun
Elsa .1
T:30 p.m.-Choir Practice City afUf Gene felWlH .*...l.| .

Wed.: SCOn. ,.."" ..... 1111 *" It.. N. CYI-4m W. Ce. r.l Are. L <>1.-,<, 111 ,' fHA iMMlM, 12 Presbyteers'
13 Noon.
T:30 p.m. Prayer Meeting r ,rrN ..". n i i w. CT 0l1 it Each Fourth Mao.
-"'- .. Women's Association

EAGLE LAKE INMAN PARK CHRISTIAN A MISSIONARY FIRST CHURCH OF CHRIST '30 p.-Each Second Two
tev. R. W. Watermaa Faster LAKE 8HIPPJames CHU1CTI OF JESUS CHRIST RIFLE: RANGE CHURCH Mea's Council

10:00: a.m.-Sun. School L. Knight Jr. Baptist ALLIANCE CHURCH SCIENTIST or LATTER DAY SAINTS OF GOD 7:30 p.-Eseh Wed. October
U:00 a.m.-Preaching 9:43 a.m. -Sun. School ISM Sixth Street NW Rev. G. Blair MtCsrvey Au. L, Near Slsth St, NW eM.,...) Rev, J, G. wuu.... Faster June Mid.wk Chapel Service,
1:15: p.m-Trainlng Union 10:45: a.m.-Morning Worship Re,. Or.... Wolfrem, Pastor W. Fred Sebopke Jr. .... Sept. 11:00: a.m.-SUB. School, pupils IMI M Street, SE 10:00: a.m.-Sun. School HOPE

7:30 p. .-Preaching Service I:43 p.m-Training Union I:45 a.m.-Sun. School 1:41: a.m.-Sun. School up 11:00 to 20. .ears of .... Elder James E. Rug Bishop 11:00: -Honing Worship PRESBYTERIANCypress G.,.... Read
. : a m -Church
43 . Evening Worship. 10:43 a m -Morning Worship Services
7: p m 1:10: . Priesthoodt
: a m 7:00:
FIRST-OF ELOISE Wed. 11:00: a.m.-Morning Worship 1:30: p.m..-Youth Group. 1.00 p.m.-Wed., Testimony p -Evening Worship al Lake Ida
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: 30
.Rev. Walter E. Matbeay 5:13: TralnlnUnion 1:30: .-Adult! Bible Study MeetingThe a m -Tues R.llellod.It 1:30: p.-Tues..Prsyer Mat. Rev William Dowser, Faster
. ServiceHAVENDALE p
7:30: p m -Prayer 10 00 a.m.-Sun. School 7JO: -rri. .
p Young People's I:43
Pastor T:M Evening; Service 7:30: p.m.-Evsngelistie Son Reading Room is locatedat 1.00 p-Sacrament Meeting mSua Church School
ServiceJEHOVAH'S
11:00: a.m.-Morning Worship Wed.: Ave B and god St., NW No 11:00: a-Morning Worship
t:30 p.m....Training Union Rev Douglas P. I,...., Pastor T:30 Prayer Meeting and T:30 p.-Hour ol Power of each evening month meeting first Ion 1:30: p.m.-.lunlor. Senior High
Evangelistic . Sun. School Bible Study. CHURCH or GOD WITNESSES Youth
1:45: p.m.-Evening 10:00: a m prayer Wed. groups
11:00: a.m....Worship Service RIFLE RANGE Avenue E, 7tk Street, SW : KINGDOM HILL I:llpm.-MOB, Girl Scout
10:00: a.m. Sun. School Service 7:W p.m.-Trslnlng Union CATHOLIC Rer. Melvhs A. Gtfferd 7:30: p.m..I.oThura. \. till lath Street W, Troup No. U
(Wqe...... ST. JOSEPH .: e:00 .m.-Sun. Public IU .
talks
Wed.: 7:30 p.m...Evening Worship 10:00: a m.-Sua. School p : p m.-kooa4TuuMu'.
7:45 p.m.-Pr.rer Bible Study 7:30 p.m.-Wed.-Prsyer Meet. R. Dale Slmpeea, Faster The Rev Matthew J. Connolly 11:00: a m.-Morning Worship I:30 -Primaries, ChUdres 1U: p.m.-Sua., "Wetchiower" Dinner
If 00 a.m.-Sun. School: Pester 7:00: p.m.-Evangelistic Serv TEMPLE EMANUEL 1:00: p.m.Tues., "Your Will B. 700; .m.-'lJetS.-M. Bre.k.
ALFRED
FIRST-OF LAKE FIRST-OF WINTER HAVEN 11:00: a.m.-Morning Worship A'.... M sad (... NW Wed.: LAKELAND Done oa Esrth" Study fast,

O. Charles Uertoa School, Pastor Rev Albert. Caraett. Faster 7:30: p.m.-Evening Worship Sun Masics:-7:30, I.00. 11:00 7;30 p-Young People's .. Lake HolUegswerth. Dr, 1:10: .n.Tburi? Ministry 1:00: m.-Wsd Choir ...
1:4: am-Sun I 30 a.m.-Morning Worship Wed.: MassesT Service khon burial
: Holy Day : :00,1 a.m. >
Irwin ( U Rshhl
11:00: a. .-Morning Worship Union. 9:43 a.m.-Sun. School 1:30: p.m-Prayer Meeting 7:00: p.m. Set: 10 00 a.m. -Sua. r School, I:30 m.-Tbors", Serv. Meet 7;00 p.m.-Thurs. Boy Seoul

7(::30 15 a..m m.-Training Evenlng Worship 11:00: a.m.-Morning Worship. FIRST CHRISTIAN First Fr Mssaes-7 a.m. 7:30 p.-Prsyer Meeting Fri. I.00 p -Evening Bert. GRACE: LUTHERAN: Troop No. Ml
p -
I:43 p.m-TraWng Union Weekday Masses:-7 a.n. THE
SALVATION
Sat 10 00 AllOY
m -Morning Ben.
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Wed.: 1:00: p.ro.-Ev sing WorshipWed. CD....... ef arW) ConI'lIioD.-lat: Eve of Holy WEST WINTER HAVEN dIR sod Averse C, SE: H4 St. sad Ave. T, NW

7:45: p.m. Bible Study, Prayer. .: Re*. Jesses N. Bsraett Paster Day: 4:00: to 1:00-1:30: : to 1.30 Sash Street, NW Rev. Aajtsl SenshalPula School i Captain W, Whittle
FIRST-OF INWOOD 1:30: p.m.-Mid-week Prayer .Mam.-Bible School A. J. 0.11 cas, Faster PAILS EPISCOPAL 5:12: mfun Officer is Charge
ST.
Campbell, Fatter 10:U a.m....Homing Worship EAGLE: LARKCHIRCH U oo Sun. School 1:11: s.-Adult Bible Class
Rev J. W. : a m.- Tlh M. aM Ave L. N.W. 10:30 a.m.-s>rvlee of 1:45: a ra.-un. School
SOUTH SIDE Nursery or CHRISTL. Worship
1:45: a.m-Sun. School 11:01Moraln.: >> Worship N. Mump, Meyer 11:001'01.11I.: Worship
11:00: a-Morning Worship R. H. Malcolm, Faster 10:41 a-Junior Church (forages S. Chsstata ......., 7:00 p.m.-Evening Evaage- Itn c .' HOLY COMMUNIONFirst : p.-Young Peoples Le-
Net. J. G DY. ,, Aunt
... Sua Each Month 0:5
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1:0: p.-Training Union Busty c- SsipCI 4 through T) 10.00 a.-Bible Study listle : .
1:00: p.m.-Evening Worship :43 a.m.-Sun Bible School 5:45: p.-Youth Choir Prat4S 11:00: a.m.Preaching.. Worship Tues: THE riKST ASCENSION SUNDAY 0 iLLYIn10N 77:30 p.-Evening Worship
Wed.: 11:00: a.m.-Morning Preaching : p.m.CbrUtJsa. Youth I.30 p.m.-PresettingWed 7:30 p.m.-Prayer Meeting AFTER THIS\ IS THE LIFE" Tues:
7 00 . Study class for aQ Fellowship (Senior I:30 a m.11e57 Eucharist I:30 a.m.-CbsBMlII I
7:30: p.m.-Mid Week Prayer : p m ) .: Thurs: 4:00: p.m.-Suabesms
ages Prayer meeting groups Chi Rho Fellowship\ (lateraed) 7:30 a.n.-Blble Study 7:30: p.-Young People's Esdeavor : > ':U a '''.- smUy Eucharistand :00 a.m.Aaol S 7:30 p.m-Ladles Home
FIRST-OF WAHNETA for men and women T:41 p-Errolng: Worship InrtructlonIi.00 RADIO BROADCASTS I Gaga
Rifle Eaage Red I:00 p.m.-Evening Evangelistic Wed.: 44TB IT. BAPTIST MISSION : a m Morning Prayer 10:1C s.-Grace Sua. Scrams Wed.:

Rev F. R. Rlgbtmiret Serv. Broadcast, WEIR 1:30 a-Ladies Bible Class ..... H. T. Ward, Peal. ELOISE and SermonWEEKDAY WINT UMO ke) 7:. ,....-Cirt Guards
:45 a.m.-Sun. Service Lee: p.m.-Y."ed., Prayer Meeting Chapel t:43 a.n.-Sun. School I... W. E.: Wright SERVICES III: s.m.-The Lutheran Hour T:4S: .m Fr. ,
11:00: a.m.-Morning Message Bible Study 11:00 a.m.-Preaching Services M 00 a....-Iua. School Wednesday WGTO MO kc) Frl: p y r Meeting

1:00 p.m.-Training Union CENTRAL CHRISTIAN 7:M -TrslBlng Valor 11:00: a.m.MorBlag Worship 7:30 s m -HoI, Eucharist 1:30 p.m.-The Lutheran How 4:00: .m. Junior Choir
p -
. Evening Sermon JANPHYL g:00 pm/...Evening Worship 7:00 p.m.rveaiag Worship WEIR (1490 ke)
Friday
7:30: p m (..........) TOO: p.m.-Boy Scouts
Wed.: L. B. Overstreei. Fsster JIlt Lake MM Dr. NW Wed.: Wed: ('Warn !Hoi; Eucharist 10:30: s.-Portals of Prayer
7:30 m.-Mld-week prayer Caner ef Recker Highway a4Halteld Off Haveadale Blvd.Delmar I 7 43 p.-Prsyer Service 7:30 p as.-Pra,,, Service (dally WGTO (HO kUUIL"'Q SEVENTH.DAY ADVENTIST\"

service hupitatioeCedral Road D. Debaa*. Miner. Wed.: Frl: IXMANIIL LLTHKEA 4SI Ave. K. SC
Baptist Cherea 1:45 a.m.-Run. School 1:10: a.-Bible School 7'30 pm-Bible 7 30 p.m.Young People's Meet IMI 34lh M. NW' .. Uwee4Rev. SAVIOR LUTHERAN: George N. WllaesiSst !
11:00 a.m. :.Coming Worship UBtted Lutheran Cherch .:
:
Corset Sloth S&, Ave A. NW 0:15: p.m.-Training Union 19'::30 4J a.m.-Morning Worship 34TR STREET CHURCH OF CENTRAL CHURCH ."Rkherd, C.WORSHIP"IMamiMM. Keehe, FsstMFAMI'Y ." .,.,." 1M..... I:43 s.m.-Iabb.tJa School
Endeavor
Rev .. D. Hodges. Pasty 7:30 p -Evening WorshipPARKLAND T:30 p.m.-Chrlatiaa CHRIST or CHRIST School Adult Ute Haftedtle. Blvd.t 11:00: ajn.-Worship Service
10:00: a.m.-Sun. School Wed p.m.-Evening Service Located ketweea Ave J A K B. I. Clearness, MinisterU fcfcle Study .00 s.m.-Sun. School lUll. Television:

11:00 a-Monung wonhip BAPTIST 7'30: m.-Ml4weekeervle 34thL NW Miser Maven .SO a m-dial. Study 1.:11Sl.: .. Divine' Service U:30 s -Divine Worship! 12.00 BooB-Chsnoel t Faith
'30 p.m.-Pre-eervke prayer lone Eighth Street, SE: Wed. p BryeB .. CeeJey, MbtWeri 11:00: a.-Worship Service The Rev Charles Dlckee. for Today
Choir rehearsal
7:30 p.m.Evangelist preaching Rev. Gee Hitchcock. Pastor : .i. : 1:30 ".-Evening Worship NON.Df40IlClfAnONAI.DIIV&.IJ.! FsaUr CY trial Sua. Radio:
1:00: p.m.-Wed. Prayer meeting 9:43 am-Sim. School 1:45 p.as.-JuniorsI 11.Bo* s -Bible St dy Wed.: .. SERVICES f:30 a.m-WSUN (C0)- The

Bible study 11:00 a.m...Morning Worship IS as-Senlon 11:01: >> a m-Worship inYW.E".Ia 7:30: '.._BibloStadyFRIMmVE' |s.e ered by CHURCH OF NAZ4RENE: Vice of Prophecy'
LAKE; ALFRED I:43 p.m....Training Union LAKELAND C.M p m.- Worship FIRST CrtRCHMertM : \Mt.:
UNITYCTialtrf Methodist II.. Club at Out.
ASSEMBLY OF GOD I:00 p.m.-Worship Wed..: : BAPTIST I M. Wright 7:30: p.-Prsyr Meettag,
473 W. Baiees Blvd.H. Wed.: CHURCHChotb 7:M p.-Mid-Week/ Service North Lake Blue Drive sad door Drive-la' ) Theater IfeveaDsle 9:41 s.m.-*... School Seventh-day Adventist Church
7 30 Prayer meetiag el ... DaJry Word" Ave NW Blvd e ery lira. I 30 a.m.
W. KBItagswerlk, Ps.tee : p a. Z. 11:10WoreJaJp: AFTIST TEMPLE. DUNDEE
10:00: a.m.-SUB. School Oasia A. Meyer MmlrierSoaday I LAKE REGION UNITARIAN Elder W. C.: Chandler Rain or shute 1:1J: p.-Adult Bible Study Jack Themes, Pastor
11:00 aw-Moraing Worship METBOOISTELCISE3RD DrvetloBat 11 a.m. I NirERSALUT FELLOWSKIFLahelead IS W a.-BiMe Study LAKE ALFREDFRriBYTERIAN 4U: p.-Yeuag People's U:M m.-Sua School

1:30 p.-Christ Ambassadors STREET Tuesday Mule dab II:OS p m.-'" <<.... Service 1:13: p.m.-Jel Ot Society 11:00: a.m.Morning Worship
Rev. Paul D. Swisher ell E. Park at Success 11. A... S ef Glendale! 7 W David. E. 7 ......
7:30 p.SB.-Evening Service Trey : p --Pnadw..IIenk. Rer IHetsel. Taller :00 p m ef Evangelism: ':oo p.m, -Eveniag Worship.
Wed.: IS.OS m.-awrch School Sunday School: U a... lion a.m.-MormJag Worship Wed..: t.43 s m.-Swa. School T:30 ,.III.-Wed.. M14-Tee Wed:

7:M p...-Prayer. BIN Study 7 00 p.m.-Evening Worship Center: 214 So. Iowa sad Siav School 1M: ,.a.-Pr.,., Mectta 11:00 a.m.-.Mormtaf Worship Service IJO: p.mMldWkCHUaCH PTayee





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erlptt of II.. II DlfilCCPCf the church services. and to remain
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ALOnGPIIW1 LOT 1 0 Glover 111.54aaerd year-old actor Matthew Career STEPHANDANDRUFF
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BRO A UiII$ BIDO NW Group
OUR RUN E 60 PT S '6 :r 1. R4ehard A. Itllll'ham . 26,60
IS.ITWNPTNTO :.; IA r I' A LILY ti or United Prtu InUrnatlonil the aid agency't own invest! =

8110 s BJ O III iI. LOT JO U N14r JUcharei IDPam .. ::101.. CaliforniaBy ATLANTA President John gators and for which refunds
11 C. LINCOLN ICI N
iDor COR ... ....... .. demanded:
.
RUN NW '111.7 1 t.IIIIII E 110 J'T Albart CL Bull 11.1 RAYMOND ton calling on southerners toaolvt were DANDRUFf {{;". ',
LAIIR
rrWlOrrN'1'O8JQ altPLAT or LAIR their racial problem with "It indicates clearly that the REMOVER

) A LHDB BRO WI >\, LoT IPallllO A COURT II ::18 N Bart ,.. Emil _.................. lI.n tailed Press IstersaUoaal wisdom and moderation: agency has been unable to pre- MA"lelflGuaranteed
rr COR
RUN B IItrTR00 or NW : altPIAT or LOTS 1/1' WASHINGTON (UPIA "So heed not those who come vent foreign aid funds being

P BEG N 'S.. .?.. IT W TO 18 :18: 25 i IurHs" John.n .... ,--- 118.11 LOT.raiNO It lAKE Ul'1T. a a Bart r. rwla .. ............ 11'I.11IIL"ER'acn week dispatch tells from of so California effort to forman this waving the banners tattered of the sad past-discredited used bubble for gum such in luxury Turkey items and outboard at.

BEG A'1' A POINT 1J WTIA27rtLOrNW "0. VISIT1t at NBLK anti-Goldwater coalition for 'Who seek to stir old hostilities marine motors In Morocco. --

: I LOT 1 WONlam I. Butt.r ............ NNIILYOR : the state June 2 presidential ."
and kindle old hatreds who
ItNIIR.Rtn RE.T VII --=---.
THLcIl I: I14" rrTH.NCII ; *10654: primary preach battle between neighbors .

S UI.' ITTH66NC0 '. BLK tRIO 10 145 LOTS I' A I' ,.. A. 110....". ......" ........ 5554BIERBACER The direct beneficiary would and bitttrneii between HEIDELBERG, Germany -
: 6111, rT8TO PTTHRNCM : :i.. It N II he Gov. Nelson A. Rockefellerof dates An Army spokesman commenting .

r.oa 154/ ri18' ::18 N 'Tlleo ba.l. -.--.,.4. 1.06B LOTS 11 N 076 PT A 12 T. WarM O. Oulll .. ." 1112Mims New York who U the only on the return by the Rus to Stop

or NW i A CORNER 171 "Or B. oIEWEn. .. 211aLOTS : opprnent of Sen Barry Goldwa WASHINGTON Former slant of an American officer Loose Dandruff Fossil

A I N 10 ter in the California President Harry S. Truman who defected to the Communists .
NS4 114 IW tIwSt GOP
Jr"" J JuE88 Edward II L: heed .. ....... .UI con-
E "
I 1184B40PTN13456 r one hit 80th diacust s year ago: UM41 end recommended by barberttor
birthday
LoT ; Leroy Dam.. _.......... 2.01 test.But
10 rT TO BBO PTW 1. ::18 M 0-.. 0>1. ....._..... ....; )111... Panto. Iu Nary AInr the move would attemptto ing the biggest decision of hit "It was not s swap of any ever 87 yeerilTA7Ashley

CON 11 PT I AND U1 I Wmr ftoolat.r ....... ".. 1.10aJC..II'1i throw Rockefeller the rotes life: tort We did not turn anybodyover
.. OF RLE 4 I
NEE II Orr1S6NNS6" S4yyew Or REPLAT OF EU of Republicans. who prefer Ambassador My greatest decision I had to the Soviets In return for

$ SWI RUN a: 44PT BERT PARK ll'B 11 :IS M Henry Cabot Lodge to make si President was to (Capt. Alfred) Svenson"
THEN"b: BLK I LOT SOIHFPASD Clifton A. Adam. .............. '.11
ITTHENCB
1111 Richard M. tend .
Nixon Gov Wil troops Into Korea that
lTHENCB I .
; N rT r ft ACBEE
N"154 I/T TOP ADD 11 :? ? Ham W Scranton of Pennsylvt- affected the whole free world
0 B . 1N: N had WI.lama _.. {1.54BRO eII.rI. .. Tankersley. nla The atom bomb make SHOP IN WINTER HAVEN
rr .. LOT U Ir. ...".._........................" 11.1. or any other potential con They a
II or 11 rr NW., I A CORNER 11I1 "LVaR'altllT UNIT 1 Ii ::18 54 tender for the nomination lot about that bomb but It was

BLK I LOTS 7 A 1 &..1:81N : Goldwater and hit ]Just a of war-lust like
:::ut :1 #) 1. rr or T John laoot.m ................. 112.01 manageri have been keeping campaign a sn artillery weapon piece Dropping 9

50 rT N : rf W N 1. ::18 M Eathl..n land Co t.J.-: u. C.ps NAIRDIOTONIl N N suspicious watch for sign indicating those bombs on the Japs ended & Son
BRaaTO PT IT Or ICI't(!. Ann Waters ... ...... 1171 the .
1.01r M B.r..... Millet . 11 NCllnict formation of s stop- war and saved a half-mil
NW CON 0. LSO" 01'OF "u"ln ........... 1154 Goldwater coalition by opponents lion casualties on both tldet" LICKNSCO AND INSUftCD

NEIL RUN or II :210 rr DA Y. SMITH irS of the conservative Art Painting & Decorating
.1tNO REPUT 11:18: HJlLK
INrTW160TI10IT 1 LOT 1 Oliver Horne Jr ....... ....... I." ions senator WASHINGTON Rep. Ver
W 110 IT N 1'0Tilll tpeolalltt In Bedecer.tln Expert Cek.rM.Uhln
BEG .. : :18: N oe.velt 8mlt" -_..... IU'AVII LOT 1 A union of forces behind non W. Thomson, K.Wis? reporting
01':10 B'NK J John Co Hard . ......
aIS Ave
BEG AT iri LOT Rockefeller In California would on alleged misuses of 3f 14 9, N.VY. CY 3.56/9

0 AND ND' ITIK LESS N N 11"1' Natba. Whitt. .... ".. .. Ian assume that the New Yorker foreign aid funds turned up by PHIL SSTIMATCI
%:OF" OFNE BI.K I LOT 11 J"m. C Boyd ....,..... ...... III 16 ,
RUNBNITNNPW himself
NJ4: would not win the -
BLK 1 LOT 10 Harry I. H.drkk .. INBI.K prei
.: : ::18 at Janl. MClCan ."..".".....".... lua Lucinda CClI.mall .. .... 1.06 Idential nomination in any case
abIl''fl : g "iwlO I. 'IJL 1l N: NBLK
; : NEW. ICI and that s California defeat
BOOR 0r Or IEu Tate Borten ... ... 1.11BLK
RUN IIE'4 NNI : 1 I LOT N'4 A.. LOT 1 Alvin Jordon :::: ::::::: :" 31.32: would be fatal to Goldwater

:tl'/-rrri 57.06 BLK I BEG lOG: PT R! Rockefeller chances of winning .
IT TO BIG ... 17 N II Tomml. L. Johnson .... ..,1f.l or NIC CORNER or the nomination are now e 1of
SRO NB COR p'wi4 LOT I BLK I ON I
NWy RUN W 551. BIDE or AVII. P. rated: to low that hit California
IT TO FOB CONT: RUN IaS60Fl'.N: vote will be viewed ai s meat '

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ash I TO rot32 ::18 N " --" "" THENCJ: W 10 rr TO .
-I?01
II I60 BEG 1711sou BEG Charles' W. Burton U. of whether! Rockefeller .
0" Nil roe HILTS or LII: XLBEaT hat the support of an organized - -
01' NW" UNIT 1'0. I ..It II II coalition
POB RUN W 161. J'T
McL7roy Builders 1M. 1660!
LOT I
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Jr.c 11.01 Bullden only 14 per cent of rank.and
/WI . .... 11 ::18 M William P. Croom Ine.
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LOT '
BEG. 8W Colt Or IZC LOT 1 : Builders. Inc 11117 file Republicans In the last two

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LOT 1. HrRlroy: Bulldere. 1M. 11171LOT
rT THItNCII If II lion would seem ripe for a co
20 III to J'T McPiroy: Bullden. Inc t.
DEG 00 MIN II tea 21 LOT II McRlroy Bullden. Toe 2555 alltlon to form against him.
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II Yet no Republican leader with
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t 0 Goldwater .
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VIIIIT a UfO aCPIAT n 06 55
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\
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TO w LIt HOWARD I LOTI 1 W% A IA Some Republican leaden are
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DR II' PTtl ::18 a a
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yT FOR BIG RUN RLK It LOT M lut"II" : 17 NHLK to organize a coalition
N I DRG J7 MIN W 11 LOT I ... W. ClCIlIHr 111WIWTER against Goldwater. These Republicans .
154 KV II'iL 37 TO HAVEN HO'I fear that the will
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much work will have be
to doneto
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II 10 rT TO FOB RUN PAIl . . . 5615 $ the 1964 campaign
1IS'D O tiN16IN W LOT I N. 160 PT 01' W
Jan I. Bra.dOll .... TII2FaKIOIWOOu A successful coalition against
111.7 rr W ".07 1"1' N JI'ed1 Hanna \I:1P
. ......_. ".\1IVIA MAP or Coldwater would risk offending ,
71 rr 1'0 FOB ......."" .. $20 N Comml..lun ADD. ::18 IS IIBLK
: VISTA SUB _....... II N atI 5OT0514IA : too many of hit fans to the
LOT Poo&lcl 1..ln. ."....." 11.11 W It rr or JO John Jacobson .. . 5654RI.K point that they would alt out the
LOT 1'.05 llrownlvi" ..,.... 1114 7 TAT' 14 Alton F. Scott ..... .. . 4485PINECIKST campaign It that
LOT A 1l6:" 1 Hudoloh l JNf.non :::=: /I II HOTS U a N LOW appears 0 y
I Iron.5d RUe A LOT n Bull C. Crom.r 21.21 Goldwater will be given hit run
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majority
lJ ...... rJ
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04 LOT N John T. 'mltll ........... .. fI.U ADDmON. II FbLK delegates refuse to go with him
LOT (III :: t frR 11.16 11 LOTI to 11 Donald B. Brown In, 47.71 the convention will turn to
:: ::::
LOT : fill : .::::::: 111) LAllltlllDlC ADDITION N a II
Water 4 H.nrr Ili12T Jock someone eUe after the first or
'' Brown 1654ISLE
RLK I LOT t
: Jam.. p Au.tln ., :::::: ISO II Hlarrek?" 1163BLK second ballot.Goldwater's.
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LOT' 106-101 rvnr ....... IIm REVISED PLAT OFNt. .
LOT lot John (1> ." 44.41 delegates, despite hit standing
.
PAT D.t. t'hurt4i.. ::..:.:.:: .Nt III'TII roLUO In public opinion polls, Is
654 ...... .. II
1151:
ADD
1.O1'342 R.Man1.(), Hla. Amos Jr ...."...... 511IT RLK S LoT 11 E. I. Whits .....". .... 12.:10: a reminder to antl-Coldwater

LOT 1112 . .. ...... N. I N ::18.. Republicans that can't beat
u.IIiLA you
13.r1.s
170 Juan r JIJ'11l..t'IIaT 1:. ... ........... 10111
: "UTA UNIT 1 .. 1. at N .. .. .. /IS LOTS I' a:. .... .._"." "..". 11010 somebody with nobody
LOT III John A04l.m .. ."..."... .11 LOT t E. i.... ....... ... . 110 101.oT Only Goldwiter bit an exten
LOT III CharI.John Ad41. D. m...tn." ..aJ'WI&CIOICII 1 1 K. .... ............ .. 11010IEPLAT live organization diligently at Ie'

LOT 1041 VILLAGE .. 1. N N ovaanaaaTi1Ir. or work courting convention delegates

Iah Grant ta.ndr D.CaUtous Pave154::::::::::. 11.11 .1 TATS., mr.S.'''a'' N N nation. functions The Rockefeller In a more organl limIted '

LOT1tAIII Wlnnla BrooIr. .. ...... .. 11.11 :'N A LOT 10 LESS -
Dnftald 1 Pnund. 27110 area Activity for Lodge
CANTRRLLAND: ISLEt2 Donald K. Pound.
Collin.I d.d Ro. LOT I I41.25BLK Nixon and other possible candidates -
NINIY Iva .._.. ....11 at. :, Jam.. ............... .U 3 Ili 0. LOTI 7 U
LOT II /ABA 10 W II rr or still more limited.
J'WaEIII'a CITRUS Donald 1:. Pound. 4q55IW Many Republican are taking

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P Au.tln
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E1 Or t g Jam.: P: A..tln ::: 1111 WINTER
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spy Brad 11.11 RUE m. LOT 1 will win the nomination or
Brownln. : :".::::::' 14 N SILK K. LOTS 1 10 Nit
I 0 Henry IHullek name the winner. U he cannot
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.
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ILK L LOT 1-01'4 11 Ch.Nld J. H. Fneklln IOdt ''' ..::::.. ar.BLIC : LAIR or PIIOIItIl lIoWAaO_ NOITH.ICTION rove primary prospective winner In presented by her adoring family.We .

BLII LOTS 1 I InnS D. Porn ....,.. 1\ 55BLK .EPUT II N II the Oregon primary and current
L LOT 11 W1111. .... Rur ....... II NBLK THAT PART KNOWN
t LOT I ... II." leader la public opinion polls.
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I Ex-Boxer Knocks Braves, Oliva Smashes




I Giants Top Chicago CubsBy Two Home RunsIn


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MILTON RICHMAN Philadelphia ahead to stay and four hits for the Cuba Gaylord
UPI Sports Writer lulprd Art Mahaffey to his sec. Perry sixth of seven Giant r t.N Twins Win

Philadelphia Manager Gene md victory even though Jack pitcher was the winner and 4f v ,e
M a u c h kept hollering for Baldschun had the loser ,
McDaniel
ball
to him out Liody the Tribe -n h"
rred for
more punch and he finally I in the eighth following a three. Southpaw Curt Simmons B, MILTON RICHMANt Howser was the (111"l I
got it from a former heavyweight run homer Eddie his third for the t- Sports Writerh Dick
by Matnews gained victory with tour lUll)I. I n
champion. Oh yes, about Dalrympte's Cardinals although Roger Craig I I ii word on Tony Oliva i IA producer .
Not nuny people realiw the boxing. background helped him out when the Pirates high) "id, tight which may be a three 1 hitsReliever Hal tUnlff 'u\ 01 t tYankeea' "I<
Phillies carry an __-.alnll Ht was the .heavyweight kicked up Ia the ninth. fil' ndltton. to be .In on New over th. satom .
champ around with them champion. at Cbko (Calif) Simmons was tagged for a two \<'.M Eve but sure seems to hoMtaf victory Washing i none
Catcher Clay Dalrympie eel Slate College where he won 11 run homer in the first Inningby titt t Hi< wrong way to pitch to by the hat the'oniftfa
minly dMsn't look like one l ltgui > of hia U bouts Roberto Clement but the MIIIIK, Ota's fsninatk rookie' hit over who h I
u.ew *>pet
with and the way he's The Giants atayed on top Cards raked loser Bob Veale Mo\ ve tried ptttMn everyp.ude Ytnki' 16 hits "
been hitting lately he couldn I with a T6 win over the Cuba, 14 for of their runs on four ,i way to. Ms and noth three of the st 6 all with a ,"
< utpoint your sister, anyway the Cardinal picked off the PIrates singles. a fielder's choice and nit i h" worked so far the score single and pinch t.t,
But he delivered a knockout 41. the Colts beat the an error i I u I I there. was a higher Inning Treeh drove In wh i, ,r
punch Thuraday night with a Oed..". 11, and the Met ended Houston's Bob Bruce scored I.I K' ,I" quips... Mule. Mln ter Tom f"'
be the winning ;
two.run homer that was hIS a five.game low* streak his first victory over the Dodg I , i s delighted manager, proved to off loser Mal
first hit In two week and carried with a 3-2 win over the Reds. era In three years even though 4p TI; -i AtE \\. a i lend him there"F shall when h Bridges* singled In the sev.ni1! ( ,

the Phili to a 8.6 victoryover Tom Hailer's two-run singleIn he failed to finish Loser Joe .it chance Rookie Pete ikkelaen recd:i\, ,'
the Milwaukee Brave the eighth inning gave the Moeller ((12)) gave up only five 'I ib, .!J..r. oM Olive ap- I
<
first major
his atJi
Dalrympie, b.ttlng.n anemic Giants their victory over the hits but left the game trilling peal to be with the Twins to credit for
095. connected off Hank Flsch. Cuba Willie Maya, hitting a 2-0 In the seventh Al Spangler victory.
Simoliv Lamabe, Boston s rec'nrtrueted
cr who pitched a two.hitter cool .479. kept the eighth inning singled home the decisive run ,i bad the Los Angeles. Jack scored hi
]
starter
against the Phillies his last previous rally alive with his third hit of for the Colts Maury Wills had Angel talking to themselves without
time out The blow put the game Billy Williams had a double and three singles for Thursday when he teed off for third straight victory a
the Dodgers two h,,'inters. one of which was \loss !by tossing a six hitter
Al! Jackson recorded his third ON TO GAINESVILLE -Twelve members of the Winter Haven Blue Devil track I rand slam, plus a pair of garnet Detroit
The Boom Sonic That Is
I Big ( ) victory for the Mets (they've team left for Gainesville and the state prep meet tomorrow Representing Winter Ha. singtrs M drive in si* runs in Lamabe promoted from the

Could Have Golfers In Tears won only four games in all) by van, Cent row from left, Barry Garlow and Raymond Gibson 180-yard run: Phil Farinella a 11 I victory for the Twins. bullpen UtU year_ wan locked:
scattering nine hits against the and David Barton, shot put: Bobby Lang mile run: back row Larry Peacock, 110-yard The homers were (Oliva In a S1 tie with loser Phil He

OKLAHOMA CITY (UPI) cause a golfer to miss the ballif Reds Tim Hsrkness hit a two low hurdles and relay: and George Davit, Gary McDanial. Ronnie Booth and J. P. Joni, sixth and seventh of the season gan ((14) until dissolved the seventh the
When the PGA tour stars tee he dtdn know it was com run homer In the first inning all relay team members. Not shown Frank Hatcher, relay: and Bob Ream, high lump and Teammate Jimmle Hall I I when Dick Stuart ,
in
off next Thursday In the $35. deadlock with a two run
Ing" and Al Morgan singled horn.wh.t v.lt.Track. alto contributed his sixth as
000 Oklahoma City Open they The FAA schedule eight supersonic proved to be the winning pole Jim Kaat posted his third vie gte Rookies Dalton Jones and
will be keeping close tabs on a flights a day and alx run in the second inning Jim lory with: a five hitter Joe Tony Conlgtlaro homered for

mimeographed schedule of them will\ come during play. Maloney struck out 10 but suffered For 1965. Devils FirstBy Adrtick hit his third homer for the Red Sok.Wholesalers,
The schedule tells them when ing time. These are at 9, 9:20, bit third setback In five Say . the Angeles.
the next sonic boom will go off. 11 and 11:20: In the morning and derisions The Indians moved back Into

Sonic booms, generated by 1 and 1.20 in the afternoon BOB HAMtAND team along with sophomore enough to feel warranted In tint place all by themselves ,
supersonic flights as part of a Tournament officials all our prognaitkation with 94 triumph over the Or Chevrolet
six month Federal Aviation agree During the Croup III track George Davis and juniors Ronnie s Cop
that the players will have plen meet In Lakeland Monday Booth and Gary McDaniel Will tvea co two betier- lopes. the Yankees wore
Agency experiment presents a ty of notice. Major League afternoon and night some in Booth, Davie, and Peacock Winter Haftft first, RsMneon down the Senators. 9 6. ant the Chevrolet Center and Tampa
unique golf hazard and probably Masters champion Arnold I creating facts have come to finished four five.six In the second, and,, plant third' or Red Sol beat the TllIl'n.S, In Wholesale posted wins this week
will introduce the PGA
to a Palmer will draw most of the fourth in IK&Legion\ other AL games la the Winter Haven R.cre.l111180ttbaU
lightSo 3B0 yard dash behind at le..ttwo
new type of stop and'go' play support In the 130-man field i Jim (Mudcat) Grant worked League ,..
right off disregarding seniors This
"Sonic booms would be distreising means manypoints The Center posted a !
expected to attack the T.042 StandingsBy pomp but not tircum.lanre.thl. If they can held their Club only 1 1.1 Innings against theOriulrt
to those in the middleof victory over Minute Maid on a
yard Quail Creek and raked for
course and was
desk will stick with Winter own next year.
down swings and others 10-hlt. four home run bangs
its
tricky crosswinds Moat of II hits but still emerged with
Stales Practice
Haven to win the conference
ready to tap in a money putt," the Bobby Lang a sophomore The Wholesalers cop from
top pros probably will be on United Press InledstlonalAmericas and track meet his second win for the Indian
Hank Edwards Oklahoma City hand to shoot for top money of group miler held down a third In his A meeting and practice a..- Grant helped his own Wrights lee 12-9. The winnersgot
golfer and tournment cochairman LeagueVT. next year. behind least 10 hits to si i forth*Icemen
event at
$5,300 Among these are Julius one aims for all boys planning to with a two run homeroff
L. Pet GB If think cause
you we are going Games Minute
said 'We plan to take tonight are
seniorJames
Boroa, Gene h American Legion baseballthis
Littler Jo
n n play Dave MtNally lit )
y loser
Cleveland 11 S 6M out on a limb, we present the Maid spinal City Employee
measures to warn the players Pott, Chi Chi Btirkett, a Junior got summer has been ale for
,
Rodriguez
Gary Francona also horn
and Tito
Chicago 10 S 667 tt following to back up our predictions and Sun State ... Waverly,
before booms
occur. a fourth In the high jump at Denlson
tomorrow
Player, Mike Souchak, D a v e 9 '.m.
New York 1'.563 I
There had been some talk I Marr and Dutch Harrison behind three seniors Field.
about sounding the siren, used Bob Damron Assistant pro at Baltimore 8 9 500 1 Out of 17 Devil thmclads All the above possible adds The American Legion league B a
to warn players when the Quail Creek, said the tees and Detroit 8 9 .500 1 that placed among the top up to an unsolvable labyrinthfor la (or high school boys nine I
course sprinkler Is about to be greens were in "beautiful Minnesota 10 10 .500 1 five In Individual and relay the spectator In the stands teen yuan of ago and under
turned on. Jim Norick the oth shape," and that moat fairways Los Angeles 8 11 450 4 events Monday only six are And although this sleek does All boys who play must be I
er tournament chairman, added were in good condition. The Boston S 10 449 4 seniors these being I lost not boast of holding the enact born on or after Sept, I, IMS ,
the idea of sending up front nine is a wide affair Washington I 14 .391 SHKansas through graduation of the 56 fitting key to the punk at The' Winter Haven team IS IXCHANGl NATIONAL BANK. Member ,D.C.|
flares to warn of impening while the back nine has a lot City 7 11.389 5Tbullld.y' points the Winter Haven team this moment. we are. close. sponsored by Post No. 6.
Results compiled. seniors accounted
booms of trees and creeka Par 1 ia 36 .
"It all depends on what the 36-72 Boston 7 Detroit 3Minnesota for 16* points 0 a

PGA will\ let us do," Norick A qualifying round will be 9 Los Angeles 1 The eight juniors on the
Cleveland 9 Baltimore 4. night squad recorded 264 and
said I m used to them (the held Monday to trim the field points
booms>, but one of them couldHAT' to the ISO limit. A pro-am on N.Y. 9 Washington I. night the three sophomores Kt 14-
.
"" (Only games scheduled) a total Of MVt
.
L. IPOHIOI-- Wednesday has lured such notables (
/
ftA. ftUAlD In around with. .

Coach at former Bud-Oklahoma WUklnsoo,football now. Chicago-tat Hauarday's A C.me.U'ngeleWfcifhtKansas | playing get, the seniors accounted ptrcenta , > :'* : 'Slill r"

.' for 294 per rent of lhj, f/ood asritJjd)
WrestlingSAT. the Senate Republican; and Texas nominee football to U.S. Baltimore City at at Detroit Minnesota' the scoring sophomores, the juniors a 45.4.1. The end

Coach Darrell Royal
Boston at Washington combined .
Junior aep9ienwrepereeitage
NITE 8 P.M Lanky Don Fairfield sank a
New York at Cleveland '
Is Ml
706 or
fourfoot putt on the final hole ) resale''
LAKELAND ARMORY last year to beat Bore by one paints of the 56 scored in the come time
group meet (This check with . .
stroke It was the a e con d
DOUBLE straight hectic finish for the National League the above paragraph )ITampa
Oklahoma W. U Pct GB Plant will kwe! at
City Open which i
EVENT saw Doug Sanders come from San Francisco 13: 5 723 least a points through grad.
MA.IN far back and in a 20.foot Philadelphia 12 1 .687 1 uatlon this year and Roixnsen

, eagle to win In pop 1962.Challenge Milwaukee 12'.600 I will lose at least IS SuMrart Wed like to make a solid point about this warranty. It goes right along
St. Louis 12. .511 2w this from their team totals

.t' .er.dewbey Out Cincinnati Pittsburgh 11'.550 11 10 .514 1 3kb s Monday base of and 30 next Plant year Marts Robinson from. with your Chrysler if you trade before it runs out. It's still good as gold

""" Chicago 7 10 .U2 5 13H:

L To Phil BoonerPhil Loa Angeles 9 11 .tor 1 Although there ia IM way of for the next Chrysler customer. Think what that docs to your Chrysler
.If:1: Houston P It .391 65a judging what will happen next
.. New York 4 II .201 10n.nday' year, the percentage,, showWinter
101 end DON boner that fast, Ga.moving returns - .. ItesaltsPhiladelphia Haven will be in there. resale value Means you get a big bundle for your car when you trade!
Atlanta
man from
CURTIS 9 Milw.. /. right They have the beet In the

ELLIS CLASH IN TAft TRAM some to the stiff Tampa competition bay areafor for St. Louis 4 Pitts 2. night league returning. thla couple Nice confident feeling, isn't it? Read the details about the greatest guarantee
with standouts comingup
MATCH AGAINST his record-holding 1184 Ford Houston 2 Los Ang 1, night same

THI TOLAS ,05.. "Thundnrbold"Bonner, with his this chief weekend.mechanic San New Francisco York 3 Cincinnati 7 Chicago 2Saturday's I and from Lake Drniaon Alfred. Westwooil in the business. It's worth money to you. {Want to talk about it?

In fart In
pwnls
will enter average
,
Kenny Sawyer
Games

Wrecking The Canadian Crew the open famous competition Ford super for stockIn the Milwaukee at PittsburghLos per Devil grade team among the sophomores the Blur MD. wmmMMMmmmmmmmmmsmSOLID ) )) ) ) ) (

Angeles at San Francisco .
JOHN AND CHRIS' 101 $100 award at the Golden led with s 4 67 per person
'"Af' Triangle super Raceway In Oldsmar Cincinnati at Philadelphia average ((3)). juniors had 319 PROTECTION WITH CHRYSLER'S 5-YEAR/50,000-MILE WARRANTY. Chrysler

Saturday night St Houston Louis at at Chicago New York per person average ((6)). >and. Corporation warrants, for !5 5 years or 50.000 miles, whichever comes first, against defects
for his returning the seniors trailed with a 2 TS
The Mg reason
: la to defend a challengehe per person average (I > materials and workmanship and will replace or repair at a Chrysler Motors Corporation

received during his last appearance College TourneySet In a rundown of the underclassmen Authorized Dealer's place of business, the engine block, head and Internal parts, Intake p-,

here in March. In Monday meet manifold, water pump, transmission case and Internal parts (excluding manual clutch),

Wealthy sportsman Beecher For GardensSix the foUewint; sHows I* favor torque converter, drive shaft, universal Joints, rear axle and differential, and rear wheel
the localsBarry
of Lakeland challengedthe :
BATTLEOF Wyatt Ford team for a 1 out-of S colleges will compel Osrlow and loot bearings of Its 1964 automobiles, provided the owner has the engine oil changed every 3 ,

match: race with each driver in the lath annual Southern; Gibson finished" one.two In the months or 4,000 miles, whichever comes first, the oil filter replaced every second oil change

THE YEARHire placing a 1.000.00 "entry" fee Intercollegiate water ski Mo-yard run-both are juniors and the carburetor air filter cleaned every 6 months and replaced every 2 years, and every 0 2->
winner take all. Bonner ac- tournament at Cypress Car Junior David BartonIC I
vilob cepted. The much talked-about, dens tomorrow. second In the shut. put behind months furnishes to such a dealer evidence of performance of the required service, and .

MATSUDA ORTON controversial grudge race will Rollins College, Orlando graduating senior Phil Fsruv requests the dealer to certify((1)) receipt of such evidence and ((2)) the car's then current mileage.mmmwtmwmm .

be Dragway held Sunday starting at at the 2:30: Tampa p.m. Junior Junior College College,. Miami the Univer.Dsdt ells should of Winter oxaWy Haven In and the Barton die. [ i ( ( ( ( ( ( ( ( ( ( ((( ( ( ) ))) ) 'mmmwwwmm) ) ') ))) ) ) ) ) ) ) ) ) ) } '

Wyatt, with his 1984 Plymouth arty of Miami the Univer ma next yearSophomore
soundly defeated Bob arty of South Florida and Larry Peacock cioAAIla
1 Tucker's Chevrolet last week Florida Southern Collegeare who put eight. points into theDevil
1 for the "Mr. Stock Eliminator' sending teams for the score cohtmn. got s second .
7e title one-day meet and late In the Ilo-yard low hurdles
Tampa Dr spray Is located on entries art expected) from behind s senior S fourth Hi
east V. S. 92 Just thru miles the University of Florida the bread jump behind. ,least
At* JACOIS ..t.. ileac TODD east highway JOt overpsa.je..e..e..eee and Florida State University two seniors and was o* the

eeee . eoe. . -. -. second place CMVysrd relay
i Roland IWiier. U. of Or
Undo Jr College Is the
Let Beneficial" tournament favorite ia the ST LOUIS UPI Don
e men's division and last year Owens. 6 foot, I inch 214-
rWher won the slalom pound defensive tackle wM the

i putUJ) event by defeating Joker SI Louis Cardinals of the National .

S @ {]1 e Of born of Florida Southern Football League announced
SS Si @ College, the 1M3 iMereoilegist today that he to retkr

1 e e overall champion log ballBuilding after amen seasons of pro


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: 1fiU4 Laos ep fiNANCE to $600 o* r.-.tur* Cr or NoteS NOW $398 SMdrldam4

Finance C* of Winter H**! cf/Lr .
WINTER HAVEN BseAeist. CENTRAL FLORIDA SALES INC. 704 3rd st. S W.
Av wS .
e a 316 W. c.ntraI 8IcIc.. . C7pnu 1-217. ,
Pad Eloor Phdaps h Materials
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tarp obligation with only tit TV SERVICE I CHECK BELOW FOR THE BEST Office Rental Big "Safety Buyat FOR SALE

Dressessites montH active duty Return ferJef'vi Television Service i SUN MOTOR
MODERN 3 paneled air coodi: your
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I II Reserve unit. Call 831H1, All makes Partt and work LOCAL SERVICE boned offices Suitable for professional I G..fiua SCOPE TESTERPerfect

Tampa, for details maiMkip giMtMMeMd No extra men accountant.,
At charge within/ U mile radiusof lawyers doctors. dentists finance working condition
June 30
Lake Atfrd etc. Ample parking in SAFETY CENTER
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SAVE MONEY SAVE TIME rear. Located at 239 A Third SAVE
WOMAN with car In make. houaw to . $900
JJtLvr'ACOTTAGE Bo'"r.a.' lurvey' Morninir FR 2.ISM St.. SW across from Exchange Brake Frontend

Elolee, Fla liIIXI'ItRIICNC'ED Bank parking lot On This BargainContact
June 7 I; -CALL TODAY-
SHOP WaltreM MuM be Special
neat Apply In 1>.1'1IOII. Che*'* Call Owner Miles Kempf
WO Gardens Road ReaUurant tut Ave D NW ,...
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Open SAM. til 7 P.MKkk.P CY 4-2444 ANY
SWIMMING POOLS
AUTO SERVICE
---- EXPERIENCEDMECHANIC $9.95 US Waters
MAUD BOXER Blud Service 7.10 CAR
: : your eerviceinan In touch .lItend fawn A .hlte -
Ford Inc.
with all UM Homtiiwn' New by CY ...1. a.TJ' !, SWIMMING POOL CONSTRUCTION -DODCB- ,
aenduw him Ih' Wlntpr Hares and REPAIR Flnanouic Aulhorlied Factory Service O*
Dally Nrwa-Chlet Si'>eclal rale* . Work For i available . W. R. Helm. Gao Chry.tler Kiymoutk Lancer ((9)) Business Opportunity CRITICAL SAFETY 1M E. Central Ave
I moth SJ 30. Cub CY 3-311 aoW. POODLE: PROM Sl08.l PUPPY oral l Building Contractor. Call I Valiant -FIVE Winter Haven Fla.
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--- Florida's NEWEST FASTEST POODLE SALON' Phone JvfrlW Ul Sixth 8t, BW IM-UOl Phone 2934111
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male ( month*. all I no paining. never need water UPHOLSTERING CHRYSLER: AIRTEMP . Room
Crem Cold .botI. brow wUh while collar cfcann. 14 Yuan In county Repack Front Wheel. Bearing. air conditioner from ,lit
II Thomas Waters Good with children IL 00 CY Call anytime. CY SWS&CYPRESS HURRY Align Front End Correct Camber L. M 8CHNBIOBK' :
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old year old GI'I':'"wf.d: MOVING STORAGE loll: CY a-2710 Day.Night. Operated Laundry Busl -PLUS FREE SAFETYCHECK half bed roanter oven with
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21-M. 11 grill garage apartment
Mrs Carttoe"Complete. in BUSY Center
ness Shopping
hrWIe Sncrince **!h' Call CY ON- : CY2M7 7-10
Phone 293.... HMS3 or CY 1-9073 Evening: ft location. Being sacrificed by
with haircut and I"I Weekend.. '.10 REFRIGERATOR $4000. wild ma.
THREE IVORY BROTHERS TREE SERVICE owner Battery e TI...
pie dinette pet. IMOO I' a U
styling1 l MOVING COMPANY e Shock. Muffler .
and pad 110 00 Alto eeveral
SENIOR Beaulfclan for downtown SMALL terrier Ire .11 for ..alePrlr A..,mu ALLIED VAN LINES 20 units and all necessary accessories e Light e Tailpipe. end rug table. MOO each and MlacIt .
CARLTON SOUTHEAST aalun Call 293-8U9S or 23-0418: ) flOOO MM At we N South Local Lone DI..."" TRIMMING. CAVITY DEMOSS- ( Avenue F. SB Winter
BEAUTY SALON after 1.30 p.m. M wo.l S-ll Moving Storage IMO< CABLING RK BETTJNG.Cornpl..l. : in excellent condition. -TAKE YOUR CAR WHERE HavenHI
I Call Collect 125en44 Tree Emimate.oall Impressive Investment history
clean-up
THE EXPERTS ARE-
Warehouse Off Bartow
feotaeasl Plata i Air BawApril : IUKL8 TREE SERVICE: showing over 50% return on in.
CASHIER BALKS Good workingoondtllon. .
CT 11(31 .. Prefer enperlenced; I 17 May 27 CY l33a. 12-May 11 vestment at new low price. -PAY AS YOU RIDE- AUCTION

but not neceuary. Apply' l In p non .
Open EuRiD,. Fremac North Dale Shopping II Ii SWAP SHOPWE Ideal for retired or aemi retired SATURDAY MAY 9th
Center, 1-11 1 Painting Papering handyman. Can be handled with I

26-TT 11 i II RepairingI $3000 cash GOO JiEAR 7:30 P.M.

Sales TraineesWe I BUY -. BELL TRADE any
1 thing of value GOPHER HOLE BUYit Just received another van load

8rtllI,', Jewelry I SWAP SHOP Ul Hwy 17 Eagle S-tV' SERVICE STORE I of furniture from Bangor, Pa.
I I J. McCOY . Qu.llt .ork. 1-e.KI CY 1-19M
in ThIH Street. IW Guarantee You t/ I feet clean and noon" today and have your own 217 Ave. A. NW CY 1219 Round oak tablet, China 5 pc,

M Heck eau .( Port Of laO $50 Draw able Street Phune Jan.Fhyl CY Village MMO" ill 17TF 4th CAMP TRAILERS modern self-serve busmen tomorrow M Mahogany bedroom suite let

Qealtt ffalck a4Repair I of bunk beds. Spanish Walnut

I" *y to earn while you learn. Men I TRAILERS for rent sale dining room suite, Mahogany
CAMP or COMPLETE SET Cadillac chrome
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selected will deliver promotion. ((7)) To Buy Or TradeWE 1I 1 Supply limited Reserve your wire wheel tire and tool. Sent Secretary, Rockers Washstands
dale now. Johnson Appliance.. offer CY S-050S. Mjuallty set of ( Plank bottom
1>: tt:
IT May 17 al gifts 3 noun per evening, 5 I Highway 17. Lake Alfred. 172-113. d spindle back chairs, set of 6

days week from 6 00 . It-May IS
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per p .Srruen I:nctueure .Carport
BUY uaed apt'tlanren and furniture ... N"uO6)'emw! ( ncvnditloned mane work slat back chairs, dressers and
ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS to 9:00 pm. Draw will increaseup and we .ill 4 teed appllanoet Awninii Window .a. uniform. Not pre-pacKaited See
3S4I447Meetlnc to $150 week for those and furniture Hr,..k. pllanre.| Bulldlim( BH laltle. PAINTING what you buy All .l.. and colon chests If you need good furor
*' Tueeday, 1:11: P,M. per Furniture 29S1 llavendal. Hlvd AIUMINUMDISCOUNT gull. 610 Arlana Ar.' ture don't miss this sale . .
County Health Department that progress Apply In personto S-TF .. SALES CO INC WARREN SECKEL Realtor Auhuredela Across from Contlnen
Let Do hi"Are
George
Landmark Motel Thursday A a 6th Bt. BW 2 2-UM IHAKLrtf. "IIFKHOV PAINTER -8. Sal CaD Cn II-TJ' Baxla't Auction Calient

I I-B Loom To & Friday night 7:00 p.m. iharp ( Automotive a.M.y 25 Job e.tlmated or by the hour . .
( $600 (8)
) Up Ask for Mr. Scott. 7Homr.KtKrr.B ) Careful work . Call CY 26818IIS MOTEL 12 unit. ( yean old. 4268 Hwy 92 W Lakeland, Fla
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Real Estate LoansOn room and board furnlehed pine tie

aalary .per week White woman I WHEEL CHAIRS FOR LEASE NEW SHELL (. Mother's Day DAILY
around 40 yean old .Inuli- CALL JORDAN TV ?
vacant or Improved property 8LRVICB: STATION. 4 bay. nowunder
no cloalng' rod -- limply; bring CY 1-6483 60S Ave O NE: ill Id Id00R :2I3U02Fur construction at Southeast Of e.*..., W* Have I ;
-- -- Ih. Faitaat TV Service .a-
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mo.t loan completed th. aam. WANTED B H Green Stamp Bed*. Crutch*. Walk E Thome. Shell 011 Co Tampa FOR EASY quick carpel cleaning
day and confidential too! w4' 1.Tr er. Commode*. Godfrey s RentalsCT 177-6"11'' 710 rent Electric Bhampooer only
Serviceman Ttr changer, mwm19C2 .1 3.411J112 Alf, io: oj $1W per day with purchase of

Domestic ''Loan general service Work"'Jper- 51075, LEASE,,rt- Texac. ServiceBunion Blue Lititr*. John Baland H.edwan. ,
ROOFING '110DBI'II
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lenced preferred, not necessary DODGE LANCER "770" VACUUM CLEANERS .
SINCE: ItM card.(j : A UTTLB: WAY AND
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Many company Trans Rill.
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References . Apply . mileage RESIDENTIAL COMMLRCIAL be bondable |3UO OH to 2400 00 I We need more room Chain, Me
04- INDUITIUAt. New"WAtADORF PARTS A SERVILE for Klrb,. each quired Mum furnlxh refer.core and up; Tablet. |100 and up: Beda
1961 PONTIAC SAFARI Wagon .. ROOFINCI!: Hoover Blectrolus and all olber.Fare . Write hoc A1417 % Newe- > iprlng' (300, Electric or ga*
B. F. GOODRICH oO.JIIIO pickup delivery and anti Chief 7.20 hot water heater. $1000, U1 Rome
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1961 RAMBLER Classic 4 Dr, PLASTERING lamp. . ....1. now and cave' 70%. Lawn umhrel
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Manager, Sales TraineesLocal 1958 PONTIAC Super Chief 4 IIARD-KOT* MAHI1I-KOTE Inlet Tree Tomatoes lie. Per(Corkecomb Uea. Scarlet MACHINE OAIN GOPHER HOLE

Dr. P.S.. P.B.. RAH. Extra 'it r and "xtiii, i i pacer fur SAW SHOP will sharpen Sane Pink Petunia.. Zinnia 14 Whit Zlg Zag Automatic complete SWAP BHOP
Shop ForemanFord clean new nnelructlon and 'palr| walk I any kllchwn knlvea free NO and Marigold.. SHAW AT TRAFFIC with drop In pattern dick for US 17 Eagle Lake
H R BROWN LIMIT NO BTRI'MOB Juirtbring LIOHT In ElolM M fancy deilgn Same a* new 11.1a'9.2t HI
progressive tales orjanltatlon TY J-MJS them In 34th Ave O.
tiJ --- --- ----- ante or 16(00 cah or
pay
experience desired, but desires to talk to salesman I960 RAMBLER 4 Dr Wagon 7TF W HK[. ELECTRIC la* Rpfrliceraton merit it 00 per month CaU CY

not necessary This la s very also men that want to A/T, Rill Clean Car each SPECIAL Electric all 00 a each> Oa.. Tire.Kanne.. II.00. J-4M4. Tl ((10-A) Boats & Motors
attractive for the
position right learn a sales profession If you > and dlnpl.y rack' ; Hed.
man Contact rae : round table
Antique another WILKINSON SWORD
are retired and under 60 year :i Pt Slur
Lone
SPECIALS Cabin (Cruiser All
Roberts antique SEVERAL
CENTRAL FLORIDA'S of age, we want to talk to you Floyd ((8)) Automotive ((8)) Automotive Aluminum. Two. 40 HP Johnson
OOPHER HOLE: RAZOR BLADESA Electric Motor. 2 complete electrical
alao.
Apply Florida State Em.
NEWEST FORD Motors I SWAP BHOP "eI.m. with generator.

DEALERSHIPThomas ptoyment Service Winter Haven 11M FORD V-I IN<'k. flat at.... bed. U S. 17 Eagle Lake COMPLETE GARDEN Head In cabin. 4 wheel heavy duty
COME SEE US la trailer Good tern CY S4492 SMIIA
between the hours 8:00s tour 'Budge Dealer rR 2-.tll. "I
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--- TOOL ASSORTMENTNow
Waters .m. and 12:00'noon, 1:00: p.m.. tt Cth St.. SW IV :34101. -- -- -- --- -- 0,. ROOMS of fine furniture Include

8:00 p.m. Atk for Mr. Nelson BPEBDOM ''FR -- Tarhnnwltr IN 4 pier eert tonal refrigerator available at [II ) For Rent, Unf.
710IMt Complete' eervlce cable' range 22 place la all Takeover
Ford Inc.
74 L A. J Service 146 1thil BWCY OUR NEWLOCATION payment $4 M per week Lea
443M: ITP than 1 month old. Warehoune Furniture DOTYI
104 E. Central Ave ---- --- Sale. (a
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( Situation WantedYOUNtI JAUUAR beautiful Mark IX 4- 7-18 I GARDEN SUPPLY Kitchen equipped '*>. BKASLEY
Winter Haven, Fla. (3)) CADILLAC ---- REALTY CO. 1M Sth St. NW CT
doer salon Mint condition Pricedvery Iovv'1STISLKELDARADO :
Phone 193.4111 namable IX Allen. Ave IIIARRITZ yartory. AT KI\(1KH AITOMATICtodel 2M Kh Street, SW 211173: S-37IT M-TT
Jan-Phyl. Village an<'r 8.UO p m air full rem"dlment .r crr.-.rl. I InN'KAJt"a:
46 dejlre 1064' Like Re "" .al.
68 MAN part or offer, new
412 Snot ry 3-0001. 3-8
lull lime work Adaptabl' any S.W.We Fancy .tilehen. bultahotee.; blind mirror- INH aN aNEUAPAaTMKRn
type lion A 1415 V NewKtiM M 4016th Street, hem, twin needle' ale. AIL .
WITHOUT ATTACHMEN7I. Pay NEW doubt dear and Winter Havea. beat eelectlon. I
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WANTED yard man full time. Moot TA Slightly marred. 14410. SATE: ,
kitchen
room electric
Job off balance 178 (UJ or take equipped
up pay
have own equipment, CY 1-117- High school education, I year wr. have a large selection of menu 17 10 month No credit need low. Lamp, cheats dremn. table. heat, garage. 2331 Ave B, NW

vice. honorable dlarharge *:'|1"rl. CHEVROLET SALES FAIR ad Write Credit Mgr PO. Box ., dinette chain, eto 1100 up lirrIBCDROOM
eon In truck driving cook baking BOTH NEW & 2172. Winter Haven HO Warehouee FMralture Bale U4th
.
Versatile lo train Ht., NW. 7.11 CB .house florid
Exchange Summer Hours old. have soy family.1 ) 24nJbi USED REFRIGERATORS . room carport. TS J'ltll Bt NW

Aaron Burton CY 3.1134 t.11 any.time. USED CARS Ran,",. Wahn . Dryen COOL THE: WHOLE HOUSE. 411

For CashOPPORTUNITY 412 TODAY'S SPECIAL . Air Condlllonen . Recondltktaed 4t Exhauet faa ten 00. M E* 2 BEDROOM imfurnlahed. apartment
See Us . fully guaranteed Term haul faa I7IW. U" Exhaust fan Stove and refrlceratorLarce .
From 3tM and Up JOHNSON 17400 L. M Schneider Sheet Metal
FOR Womento ((4)) Lost & Found For the best deal In town !, APPUANCSM Phone H2-I12. Uk Alfred . 231 3rd Bt a w. CY W.l: l. 713 S71 Uvln S4th( room Bt. MW nice CY.urroundIno S-T17S-

in a Nit.o213.1610.I H
make food money -''''

business of their own. Start PINCKNEYOLDSMOBILE FOR SALE: Rent recesdltondappllancea BEDROOM. 1 bath. porch' fusW.ce. -
IFi ifiRJ'N. ; air and
STRAY Calico cat white brownand 4flO and 1 Fliher' l.d'Tr .
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earning at once representing orange. Ha. collar wlih bell. Amplifier Cypr*** TV 1-11 telcvl.lea : carpone shady yard kit-
I year old. Aiuwar to 'Dnl|'nine' -- --- --- ELLSWORTH APPLLAMCbfl: (Ml then a tlt .i.J.lO 00. Burr;
Road N CY
led it.. NW S -afay a
Vicinity: Btately Oak and linen- BINDER Bewlag MaUilne. straight
Avon.Write P.O. Box 1395 or dale, <'Y MBM 4-10 Phone CY Mil at Itch. Kteemmt: oondltloa MS DO3M44.HI ON 1 ACEELAKEPLONT :
after lOOp m t-H POLY FOAM RUBBER Nu : LOT
5-TF or shape. DUOOUMT Pat I Story ....... Lak. Buckeye Dr
Call 682-4137 Lakeland ((5)[ ) House Trailers -- -- -..- FOR SALE: Portable TV. livingnom FORDS TRIM SHOP SOI Av SWve and refrlieralar fumuhedWt.00
chair. entree table. breakfeat .. NW CY0 lL a-TT a month Days call CY
6-1 ....
eel Like CY MT78 MOMomm ""41. ...
\ ...rraI AUTOMOTIVEParts.
TRAILERS JoUR 8AIJB: OR RFMT: WANTED Small Travel
Trailerer
CURB GIRLS and Counter Olrl. New or V..... Avery. Trailer Budded ? DAY srrruL: cart for equity la 1M2 W! APARTMENTS DUPLEXES .
RoMe hi bloom
..." n' ApplyBura.r Service 1 2 aedrooma *
HO-Uu te a
perlence M
no Blvd HI Park, 1400 Havendale 313.1>7l . . 1147 Hlblarw :lie Oraft 10 Iraller, Moaley Rd. Lake Alfred BCASLXY .
Havendato up REALTY COU4
King
Jl-TP ed or 2151631 kelweea I 0000 ,.mTil.
Gardenia II 4S Peat largebag Sth St.. NW CY .mi JS-TF
Wholesale. Retail .. Mr Other plant atreaaonabl
EXPERIENCED .ear price . I IDEAL for couple or family of 4
Apply In "" roil T ddy ([5-A) Moving & Storage Complete. Stock ROBIN90ITS NURSERY FOR rAMOUl KNAPr SHOES S-Bednom LAKErROVT: HOME.
ReMauVant between I:00 a nv and I Stk. Ne. 433 FUN-LOVING CORVAIRSSolid 'It blork north of Weal" wood JHigh Call CY 404. T-TF
t 00 '.10 School. oa Mth Si NW T-ItLARDK TUCK HARRISON _
pm. (Mon" Co" .rtlble)
white DELCO BATTERIES --- - .Bedraom LA KB
CY FRONT home wok
IMPERIAL MOV1NO A STORACIE
Boy Ci ,
tor DuPONT PAINT : Hollywood do*) 3.1217flMay II flreplae. and tn.. hath S100 M per
efflcleni
and aervlc
Prompt with red Interior. ble bed large cheet ot drawers.Cu53ar month Applr Sierra Court Motel
WANTED all your moving -Im''i I WALKER MUFFLERS PIe .ut.. A. n IT North.
: Hwy 3+TFSBEDROOM
CY41M Agent fur Alias for Van free Une> Inr I 4 speed tranimimon, 140 engine' whltiwalli tinted JACKS "II TUB: TOMATO MOna: _

Young lady for General Office .ervlng all 90 Malm It-TK windshield radio padded daih retractable e -------- Mfg E. Mate Old Wltur Have IH hath, eeatral 1
pushbutton OIL
in QUAKER STATE .oaoaooe Road OeM Water Mekm Ole heat sod air cendNlwtnc. ci...
work Must be experienced seat belt. >P.r. wheel e WAGNER BRAKE PARTS .lb Itaiiaiaa. 4 Ibex SOc Soft drink. lo Brlchaai and Dnriaon. |l t oMODERN

typing filing and general office ((6)[ ) Special ServlcelWlnt.r lock cae ONLY GATES BELTS HOSE IONCOrpon WORTH .!* 0100111. 21Ml. 1-14

procedure. Neat appearanceand group PRINTERS WITH II..0> PVMCHAflC: Medreoea ..**.<. .**...
dependable Many company $259800 Table '.11 sad rfii-rr Garage Ooaesan -
Bargain
insurance Haven Oraftlmi ,'. On.( with $ ydegapont Is moMhir lest Ave o ar..
benefit including: group CommercReeldentlal ,. s N <'Y ..... >>.
vacation etc. Send All lye .1,. Ii ,t.... Specials LEAVING Mats. Must .eS ankeueah.ld
paid draftiagSatiafactiaei
.. COMMMCI NAWiaga WO 7-....
Resume to Box AMU News BldaCUSTOM UuamniDrawa \ '4142' 110ctII1'OM (112)) For Rent, Furn.
a-TF -
Chief : r. Save Up To 50>% INDUSTRY
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APPUANCS. .. .palrmall MuM. E.nl haY..... S. GOVERNMENT taWe.. ..a U' W- PMmki EFFICIENCY ............ a' ewditlo..d
MACK: DHAPH AND
..'r ...UolUpert.UIC.
,. II II. CT Sala a-U TT Near' N..u 0...
ba
.tn ALTERATIONS Blind .til hedmodera i
I- .1.17. Many o1-I1 SUM 11,,,' and Marls OPINe Mall. W Mh.
I'hon 2i1-D46. - CY .'equipment M4 Mr. Edna n,.. kcryNW eer FREE DELIVERY AIR ,slobs.r like arw. SM BTU J1t.. IIW. CT J.a'W.! 1.EDROO" -,.,
I apeed faa. se eMlMUunf 135
FORMER MARINES, receive :'I> Mt.0 I vain AC .Akmc 1190 eu. Cat .. IWaiahK aaartaMat

four (4) days pay each month -----WANTED C VAUGHN & aJ.a1. Fj1 a Lak. Sore.Dnv. +..- ea.
a eaeMa Can CY MTJ er
drili Regular BO1UMNUS Nai
for one week-end ia.
Tr
credits toward retirement, pUa R08ATOS WKITKINCWinter 4r Bectrlc =. gad eaadpllee _---! _
CT 1-0111 12105 CY titAattqu
eamJiX power Gl two 611 WRIGHT BBUXDIIEWiylanMehid.
the added .
e.draem
ta California . CIIBI'ROI POll SALE 1I .... caadettoaT'uB
camp I
week I' :
summer floor Surf.
in August CaU Bfrlill, BalUfactMi Havea Ouaranl ;; 153 Ida St.. NW CT t-C74\ I.' ......_ JH-JUt Early...ClUnrII AiwrVaa ...... cherry per -r.rP-t Aw a SW
L. A. MOimIII \ School SMI OatDM"BKAL
details Wiater Bun Muter Secreury Pkaa
Tampa, for & Flr.1 B(. Phone "::'l HaM CMy HA J-in: .It ESTATE
J.... JO ';It I I 4. Call CTf 4-IMS

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AS LCOHARP (XXMSTfW AMD HIS hlD.l T-IRT ITIS IN F uo' .AN

RLAVSKKXAPOO JCTJUlCtXSA 0ONRYVDOPIr SEE?, tO
CLASSIFJD4DS MAMY SPLkHDOAfD THING"CAPHED&f uOOKSOGOOOTO

h_I WCKETYBACK' TAKES ME NO MORE, W UT AY A

Of? MTU THE KK2qD5 514'401 0 oI 811.,7 REALLY IS- 1

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((12))iiFer Rent, Fvrn. 1(13)( ) Reel Est.t. For Sale 1(13)( ) Re.1 Estat. For Sob (t)) R,..) btat. Fc,_S.I.I.awa00M ._ P r 7tATrt 'Q



poor M An. ap.etwaa.4 NI 0= Close-In Duplex I Tod. Buy .1 &AI.K BY UWNS.R. IROVDMON: ' r
, RESIDENTIAL SECTION Werunetrurted IJ i v
J'LOOIt bow Two bedroom .1'
rIM .1eeJ7 tunlahed Ih-
11II ___ --"tIoII wttlllllt. You are cordially invited to mpect Tomorrow Security automatic oil heal Large level lot :
chea pHve4 aettraace. Clou IB > this property located at BeautlTuU landaoaprd Two canaract
j- -. IN Ave D. NE 7-1 I mountain view Priced for
125 Ave. B. SW. This duplex Havenly Days quirk. pale SM WllaoaSwanaanna AYI

apartment contain L R kItchenette North CaroUaa 7-eI !
y R voo t. ..
AdulU. M .stIp. BsealtMtkorkood Ibarpayh and bedroom with ....
CY MM or CY =: large glassed in front porch -... BEDROOM a baK lr .u'=
1Nl1 .... .... mum. bullt- am kltckeaxhoaa --
Extra large CB garage is situ Pea Ubete Inaeca>i4Ha .
ated in rear of Some city, water and sewer hut MOde
FMVATE BEACH: DOCK property ,> otty lit* erly. lapel Srkael NRRi ARE 11tERE i TMsBOOTCJI. T$6 I TOLD
Lovely ....... tetoi New fur- of the furniture now in the bill eervtoe t. all *CTep>. at froa II
". .. door K7.80 III th4UM6.NTLIN2N ..AIiC eli1RLEY T1MPtG 'rou NOT
month MteN.. ct. P* *dIAO.. I building u !included in the salt' OY NIWDews. emsNo THE AMARTINI .
Building is in excellent condition TO TELL!

lBaIIROOM..p&rtftMIII M .Iak..j inside & out. Price Is only DOWN' PAYMENT rA

MM a roantt IncludlKc $&.tOO. Just lake over walkly palmrtao l1So
11011'& CDUn Melet 1197. 17 Ifllltll new home SM 34th at SW
,...... LOCATED ON MT AVE. P, SW I Who weald thlak yea meld W.JTearh Na4. .U
a alee LAaKMKW keen. leeenly i
We have a fine 2 bedroom home (14.M*, rreMy ..... wOk cue .> I I
.
UKETRDNT APARTMENT: 1 S ieireeme and a Uri Florida I 131. DOWN
Large a\rJ room and MlclMn3BKDROOM listed at price of only $6.000 room rteaiaat reUreeaeetaefekkerkeed No asste palms... "' .00. ltno- Nub o
z 29 a month'CYZT7III 11171 In addition to the bedrooms . lea uncut sop II toapprerlata U.. ...... CB haunt ti ed. CJ 4 r I
Alter 1:00: p.m. 1-TT M. Bekdiborh***). eokaoL Drrre ay SU4
there
are LR, DR. Kitchen 1 OaHMMl fit then phone

: funlahad houae All rooms are very spactoua I CY S-StOO. ITT
on .
1 1" 1 : +
cr..J\i.\ Illola. 112110 weekly= This property is also in good flUiP e V6OMeTNINOIIAP

condition and worthy of I ecdt.fnfen.(4)16S.1HZ1: : 0001E POR IA1.1 MOVE
OF* UrT MPDR0011 furnrak-
I ROOM rurnlahed" apertmeat. Wa your inspection JWnlEN ed .ho*.. 74 Are X SW Banal
t.rurwlah.d.. Air.lkkmed.. MlLARCPBOIT
Near North 0... CY MMt. M Young. :___
GLENN GERKE SECKEL. RMlUrAaaeclates

FURNISHED 4 room apartment ReaherAssoc. Eve. Ps *4M DOWN ta OOPM,1 M LUCKY P.PO1b IAAPOaSt1 f f.IRT11NpNAPPENEO
eta *5L Orug. st, Ukt Alfr l. W. D. McRcynolda CY MCU I Bedroom porch, ,bullMa Florida room 4 netse4 fame THE PHONE 16 WITHIN .- M1 $4101 ?DO'
ovea
Phone fumlahed. AdulU t-\m. Alao llrhta aster ., lard Caadwick, Helen Whitley CY I SMS I.eto I 1411 III.6MO. hfMt-airo. Ik/ BONG 7 5NCM Opp! RBACH' MY aldITAWAY COME NOME RI1N1AYWY

only i-TF Reginald Baker Wilma M. Hudion CY JTH2eBKDROOM payable .$105 p.rCTunontloer .: 2o MA DOWNTOWN| 9IB lB MMTINS- Ml > 0 S J / ,

BEDROOM: furni.hed apartment m elk st, NW CY )-tnisu ... 400 p ado t-Tr n Ca
for rent downMalr All utilltt 2o c
ud automatic wisher furnkhvd of
HOI KK FOB SALE:
Oouplci or 1 small child Mo un l*. IU-8ATK HOMES BY OWNKB"' :
Price IS5 monlh phone Ma-UN |ta> 00 down OENE: COO1' 'EM Air condition. 1-...-. 1-bat toe.IT'
after C.OO p.m. or all day Sunday RLAL ESTATE: Lake Airn4 CB .ham with da*. lIP!011 down ."
or drive by 1434 Sheridan St BWMO Hot Deals 113-lea. a-Tr 1400 monthly m. ITth 8t. NE f2x
Of M0f7 T-l o

ROOMS Downtown Convenient CAN YOU USE AN EXTRAS
NICe |700 week CY "1661. JO-TP nor LOOKING
ON $ 00 EVERY MONTH Cell 14-11(1 lor anpantmew In.
::
FURNISHED upetaln apartment aped I40000 down. rH A 1
WOO per .week Opposite Harm ...,.
Perhaps you have an older I S-Bedrooma. 8 .1 nekjlvbnrhaad
Drive-In. Phone CY 4-3UU: MoON .
nil m monthly payment
Cool HomesCall member of your family who hie I I
CHAIN OT LAKES 1bad..
likes privacy or you'd Just -rtT--- --
room furnUhed cottacaa. Clean --
ud comfortable MS 00 love i "hobby house'. Large I
per mo NEW 140M55IV
John G Wood & Assoc. fiHIY Its A FINK O.rwnAN
up Utllltle Included. flERRA _
older home, close to ichooli OWNII I
COURT MOTEL. CY ..a oc. 24-TF Inc for details on these allnew SELL LIKE MINT REPORT RD, j9EIO PICTURD
with the extra furnished cot NEMRYI6lOIJLD
rvRNIIHJID: (lit U'illrVUlIBHIJD FMAAINOtQea
all cool homes In GAR
LARGE bedroom apartment AV
taga which rents for 5000. lItO Rifl Rn. Rd.
Ground floor Walk to town Quiet DEN GROVE Just a half un. our FRAMtt01
and reasonable a-Bedroom mraceapartment may be just your answer Reduced ___ 'I r
mile East of Cypress Gardens
doee-ta. ReasonablePlane to SI0,5OO.00. 912 25th St.
::ceo
CY S-U71 after I 00 p.m. and 4-BEDROOM: Mwlh hum Large
Sunday._ s>UriRST PHONE 293.2517 rear polio and Wooed bark yard
NW.EDNA On earner lot 100' > 170'' Reaaon
rLOOR apartment Walking able down payment and only t3 0munihly I
dletanee town lake. Cleaa quiet WATSONREALTOR liu Allen Ave. Jan.PhyVlllan IIj
Yearly rate S4000 monthly sotNW. I after 4 00 p m. .11
,... B. 1-TF not DOWNS
a I BR'a- Concrete Block HemrCharles
afcCemle. **.. Broker 121 IU St., NW CY 4-/14* Toil VOl'

BEDROOM trailer light and 292945Nun.. U you arc I,.>kmg lor a home wills
water lumUhed $11.50 per week. 7Today' ... a mo" ela.i .,i Mit here CM**
IBedroom furnlehiHi block home. 150 i ISO and on top I. a welliroomed
lit.00 per .week Call CY 1-4581 be- 1 bedroom: I bath I (oiid i
tort 7 00 p.m. 41OARAGE Bay bu! In a 'h 'use Chuck B FVixmkriam rr.r e $ 0'tar
:
; :
'UIFa.UO: : Ichmnlhal. A I'o Nile !
APARTMENT. Modem Tomorrow' Security Owner mat wll a-bedroom I'.. A WIL .d. mall 111I
second floor Suitable for couple bath e .tral heal and air rondlturnlnc - -
beamed In liv I cr UTTL* To
Mud be Open MUlnc
CY 4-U11 seen M4 Ava to .appreciate C, NB. '11TFA Day Accent on Value log ram, paneled entrance hall andFlorida MX) JUST KltLKPMK3HTH j NOS4/
mm Rotlaaeit renpe In PQ / /*/ P'EENILMKe1OVIJIAJO77MIMAIJMNL
duded. 111000 monthly P a I FOR SALE pour A MOTHER _. ) 1lIFEELnfiSlLD
VILLAGE: OF GARDEN: Make offer m equity 214144 .
APARTMENTS XR PARTICU . I.Aen UIIPIONTbe.
LAR PEOPLE 1. 2. A I bedroom ... walk ewbnmlaq peal.e .
BOWEN MOTOR LODGE. Hwy. 17 COMING SOON I IA ,. NewsChiefBox
N...,., ITrFURN1BH ... ,

ED lakefront a-bedroom iii. ----r A.1416
new concept la Florida Urln >
.
horse with earporta. Cypnea and tRAt see
maple shade ti'eea Water furnlihed ear I u you art looking for
CY c-2(OL: ill ..,. - M
and different
something DeW ,

GENTLEMEN: Rooms by Week -' I i watch for ourOPEN . ((13-A) Groves

Reaionable. Sierra Court Motel.. I
Hwy 17 North 7-TF Here'* year eeeertaeily I* set la
rated hi Lake Elberl FnUteeeall I HOUSE GROVES
1OUSE for rent. SB!: Deatrable >y .hew. lhnwheal Ikli I bea alb Y tAC
neighborhood. Alao over 1 acre teem, S balk ...... walk MerMa
desired Southeast
land Reasonable. Owner J30 Ave room. bellt-l. eve and rae,.. rrleral .. in the moat la ACRES ALL ORANGES +..VJw1551
G SE 3a-I41S. '-.utxCEI.LENT .r, wall t* wall carpeting section. Designed by Jobs D.
.... ..,...... Wall <. wall auaranreel Excellent Location All Val -- -- --------- --- -_.---- -- --
for one person or valae Be aee Ihle bat: AtchUoo forGALAXY. .
couple Excellent .location and enclai A picture grove Price Mar TO ,,er MtNfr rm a4 AC'MNAO.oGYe 'cANl MIMSMWXKO

endltbnn Eagle Lake 2/10111. j41Ll$ (1ILjLtP I $33,100 Terms gMYJrY N/T 4e.ON 1111 eMVpAnLt7 He/W.71M/L w pall14'EA'wrvM105444I
reed 1 Bldrs.IM HMof # rm nrdw''at r r
= PSACT
7
2* ACRES you PCn* Hew
WINTER HAVENS FTNLST one eLL Beverly Dr.. IE /- ..-
"bedroom air conditioned all elec- )Ililrilrx1le i AU oranges 120 acres extra
Irk: IMPERIAL APARTMENTS
644 Ave FOB THE dINT NAHKiriM land Located SE IlilUborough r
H. SIC 291027TI '
1 BEDROOM trailer, Very eeaon- WARREN SECKEL. RealtorLAKEFRONT j started Ideal for ISO the ID couple down A lucl mo.oumonth I tlteg a Priced right Terms 0M 7 E $F1S ;
4
able Home move you Into an atlraotlmBrhoaMhator
MId-Lakes Mobile
Park. Thorahlll Spirit Lake Rd s bedroom: h".... r- .bolo Isu 4* ACRES . .. '
'R"rk.; ;;
ZH-M74. ('Durk *i
S-tF Co 11145129 N44.1 4 Wk .... Beautiful grove Excellent

AIR CONDITIONED Ilk room*, all =--II Mloritw .... heavy crop, complete Irrl
electric MO 00 Suitable for one
HoTai Excellent location
gallon
r"r two Reduction for lardoa care 04' on Lake Alfred. Furnished
I JO P M. to7MPM. dally
Owner leaving for north. t66 Inxlebv -
I bedroom t bath, Florida
,
SE
Drive after 7.10 304 Ave H Completely -SEE e
lOOp m :
room, large living room birch valet Already. Inanced CY ...

CYPRrM OABDENS ablnets, built.U even, txtrs

ruml.1MdAr.::; :.:.n apartmentair storage room utility room, FOS SALK HV OftNtB: James H Cross

conditioned. Clog to town and terrazzo floors, ceiling heat MOVING"'
Lake Howard CT 4.142TI ApcrailmaMy Ho eq rt llvlniarea Realtor ---- -. - -
sea Well sprinkler system, t-bedronnw CB m bathe
:M FT Houae Trailer Electric and FR 1-1_ larao >aneled florWa room. nw Office 239A Srd St. SW I f W' OMIMOW I (ATMIt .
water furnlched (10.M per week wail to wall earpettnc. air ooadltlnmr *'TOM6UIO WOOS I ITo '
cr 4-MOi, SllFVRNISHKD Motor & Dock other eras located In Bar- Phone CY 4-M44 / / Mi;/ Lou' WMOiMAVtfyOU'M Ot N'I , tAr 'Ml RkMrr WO'O'
-- Boat & taw beat rnldinUal _... n I
,
or UNPURNISHLDL.TICIENCIRI Large and beavtlfut lawn. **KTMI Citrus Groves Our Specialty'T10 AiwArt UrN m HOtrr m sad 1H BED> 550 Penn. Ava., after 4 II p m 7-W AND M7 '' outs out'' ; ourr run rxt \ WORD ptnl "' ] i
ROOMS Not* Ian airy room ixan ONIt'/'II N/uWNA1 tout ,
ronvealently located I Old Pedal FU. I 'E144DNIttNN0r4St
Lala Alfred
rnttl A4t WtU3 MM I
kin BuUdlnt Call CY 94161 or-CjT IDYLRIDGEVIEW (14-A) Lots Auug.SMALL -< M1AN7 r6Ml' -J jLi

1 BEDROOM lint floor apartmnicely .... Owner occupied OPEN DOUSE I II )
la-u I
I bulldlnalanr*
painted
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yard 1 Block to Lake Marthateach RANCH o '
or Rotary Park Rent 113 Mt I .
week Call CT 4-41S1 After 10 S-BR l-Bath ISe aa, ft .vwraJLSBatk. SO ACRE r..t.J aEA J
I' II CT t-nit J 7-TI Charming II,JW a-Kalk. demote ear.nrta .. :r.III* Kwer barn :/ /
MM w. It ...rs I4M.. jr*. /..... t-1 put.... Wed. ,
i I
FURNISHED room ReaaonaM Home On ChainThe ...-.,. land av.iiaklr Priced at ::: _
Near Thrlflway and beck : Out Hay......* Hvd tara right *>I IZ7 000 wllk lerma / "
*>paral entrance Kill-bee prlvt- Slat St.. er Airport lid M lot paved c'tT\f' t I
CT 626 *'* NI well landscaped lawn road M left *r call .
44378.
and sweeping view of Lake CT MTU /) ,
A. e.Je.Jlr ,
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1 k. from the
ROOM duplex" 11000 rr w- Hartridgc as seen IT-M. 29
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water furnlehed or IUM with and picture ----- -'- .
tropical porch ItIALTYeeSnM
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ctrlc CY M7S 1.1'
: windows of this lovely ON CHAIN OF SAW: Maw < tIOMry1INO I v0u u[ ubolArtnn, t

'UCAf apartment!' well with funilahed air r,1w.,nrnorte ,lltl
utility mum AdultaRerrne.A beautiful sight Rost CT 147/0 CT 10551TI oneon ?* M'hl l711NA / k M< n.I ten u
In- Lowe Oeaee Alatrtea. Si.HeeeLAKEFKONT
No pet* Com' and 1 ,
,,..<-! 744 lake Jeeele Iru(12C 7 10I Although this Is not a new -- ------ ... lka( '

been maintained !""1111111111111111111111111I111I11I11113 ---- -- - y
I ctRBEDROOM furnldwd .1art4o home. It has / i
.. For l1IIonnatl eel LT to ptrfectwo and is Must Be Sold = LOTS Stne ad

contemporary In its appeal

1 To Settle II Theae beautiful country lakefront -
(/ (include
] Mortgage Loans Outstanding features IoU are very Urge and

two spacious bedrooms Estate Is well located not too far from

a. two baths, living Ss lows The prices art from lrz d

room with cathedral ceiling A very rare buy!IJ s $4.700 It M.OUQ with low dowa wh '

Mortgage Money and fireplace formal dining = BR CB home with ss payments I aperst.7 rvw

room, kitchen with din screened breeieway and i -, i {wt' uIT

Colts Are Different tog area, baeemrnt, new = attached garage . Lo ss -SEE,1 .LiT'-. AYNLAf

aeparatt workshop double Cited in a Dice neighbor' Ss JAMES H. tlOM

if your borne IIIIU garage. air conditioning aD = hood oa the corner of = --- ... .- -
floe for a $.year. s+** appliances dock and new = Avenue S and 31st St. sS Ink
9 IiA ab 1'- .
tau I d.Ie A
rhrdw5
a dl RArw-P $a.A4foIMMI
Inlerett rat lode. .itb- boatlrft : NW As s BONUS afl | Pica CY 4-M44 AR. RIAlJ4f0 Tel IQwry/W,
I 7 t.LNIfrIIOMT /ttedGt JrSA.AN NKwx_ fStAAAV41t vvwA'/A rar,c'P Y
out s vy ar k charge UM funttturt and the adjoining 1'w vole NvW.AT1KK ..N0 An 4je.t.
why ahouktal you bred We are extremely pleased a H I UO lot art S -1A/TI -- TIUl'TIII - bv Pa.. '.) IMC NAV..uARtspl .

fit from UM aariafwort to offer this exceptionalvalue i Included for a total price ss haw I ea E..IIIme.Ihate. f1. w' M9rTfriday I

Md Mon Pars "** wMch at a total price 01 r>Ml lire is where :S .r-00tea NOIi lair.t eA7N -

.- : our pro...tcouruoui 01 $22 JOO wt believe cannot cash Utt Call i, ewy 1'55 PrapNiw p29 Pho 1Ju.2914145eM 1APIRORtMAT.LT : ) ,
mortgage *tf be dupUeated. :

obbl'bCa I MALCOLM TETREAIXT II per.. 110e L.7 rl r _
Hick DO II Maclw i4ad..e14aw
LEIS BROS. 5 After Bews CY .117. 21 a ., ewawnte tere
TOWN COCNTIYMOtTWCE s 41 haw 9-alec .,....... abI

. COlfTT7 Realtors Tbwn,1 II CcUMTRYII I .J :1 :'::' T.rrYE ...aptlkAsri.p 0 I1)

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Four-toon 1iIIfER r HAVEN DAILY NEVI'S-CHI P-WINTER HAVEN. FLORIDA Friday; May 8 ,' 1



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! I




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


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AUtUte Insurance Co. J Haven-Dale Lanes Bowling

Gn Wun l, Agent 23SO 31 Ist St.. NW Phon* CY 3-5126)
226 W. C.ntr.l Ph. CY 4.2190

Holiday Motel
American National Bank t"3' 1 tf ; i t 4i
rl
2101 'th St. NW Phon CY 3-1315
I II I Fifth St.. SW Phon. 293-4176'

Kenny Hough Service Station
Ott'i ABC Package Across Str..t from Eloii. Pot Office Ph. CY 3-0190)
219 Third St., SW Phon 291.221) /

Lake Alfred Packing Co.
Bank of Lake Alfred
160 W. Haines! Blvd. lilt Alfr.d FR 2-1S23
'120 S. Ltlc Short Wy L... Alfred ..

I Lake Region Bank of Commerce

Beasley Insurance Agency 150 I Third St.. SW Phon CY '-3131 I I
110 Av.. A, NW Phon CY J-4147'

Martin Plumbing & Hardware

Bentley Bros., Citrus Dealers \ 140 E. H.in.s Blvd L.k. Alfr.d FR 2.1 no
3eSAv.. R, SE Phon. 2'...('55

Mather Furniture of Winter Haven

Berry Builders Suppy, Inc "Polk County Horn of Quality Brinds"
34S Av.. C, S.W. Phono CY 4.319)
Wllh..eI b.llb WI'I.n your
.u qo.e .uaaenlr' row y Morrison's CafeteriaW.
"... ,
ypul".wAhanMe "
Bordo Products Co.
ln eI S.ltl bettn 3'p.n Central & 2nd St. Phon. CY 3-1169'
7th St. t A".. R, SW Pho'". CY 3.3111' yY end Mr/IXi. 'injury
wen 11\.111
He wore his seat belt New Electric Company

Bowen Grove Service 229 3rd St., SW Phon, CY 4.1650
241 Av.. E, SW Phono CY )..nnI
I
One Hundred Lakes Motel

I Bradford Oil Co. U.S. Hwy. 17, North Phon. CY 3-8213
Shall Jobb.r Ph,", CY ).'072
I
Peoples Bank of Auburndale

Central Florida Gas Corp. lan Bldg.-Aubrndal.-WO! 7.1171

311 Third St., NW Phono CY 1.2125) .
Premier Motors, Inc.
Chevrolet Center Llncoln-M.rcury S.l.s 1 Srvc!

260 Shth St., SW Phon C'( ,.)|,4) 324 Third St., SW Phon,293-0631'

Christ Auto Supply Publix Food Stores
ylyY Dr Gt C.nt.r a Southeast Plaza
t 50 Third St., NW Phon CY 3.3124) I North Shopping
'
4 } Pueschel's) Gulf Service
Beautiful Cypress Gardens
Cyprus Gardens Road Phon CY 3-3J89
Uk Eloli Phon CY 3-2111

Race & Race, Inc.
L W. Dunson Fruit Hauling
1550 Av*. O. S.W. Phon CY 3-4137
AYe, C I 5th St.. SW Phon CY 3-9190

Shamrock Motor Lodge
Eckerd Drug 1 1 Cypress Gardens Road Phone CY 4-3175)
160 Cyprus Gardens Rd. Suthit Plaza

WlMouluU.du.Wh/n >, nn + . Geo. L Simonds Co.
Groves Association
Eloise
you tr Woos lufldtnlf Inlt
collillon or m.rowev I 909 Fifth St., SW Phon CY 3.2171Sierra
Elolt' ) ., Florid. Phono 293.Ill) I ton.'.Hung loiwiru wllhlirtm.ftdtu
lore. lol*[
gun or wu dthi.ld. CourtU.S.
Exchange National BankOf < "!; t'
He didn't Hwy. $17. North Phone CY 4-2104
WIntr H"vn
M.mb.r, F.D.I.C. Seat belUryoyr\ ) car are life savci,s;. A'ld"' I "I i ( .it hil' t', :. rk1 IlHv f < rt I I '1,1, Skidmore Restorium

But ontrflfydi use them every timo you If I ), J.jtl\" i.il SIII t, Council estmntt' / that if 350 W, Haines Blvd. Lk Alfr.d
Fint Mortgage Corp. of Florida
drive-even though you're going only j lew everybody had eat belts and used them,
SO? S. Florida Av*. Uk.Und Snively Groves, Inc.
blocks or miles.' at least 5,000:> lives, could be aavad each year,
J.151'
CY
*? P. O. Box 1399 Phono
Florence Citrus Growers Association Because, 'traffiC, accidents happen without, and rIOl'S' injuries reduced by one thlfoX
Station Phhon CY 3-4174) V Sun Finance & Loan Co.
Floronco VIII. warning, ehdropre often close to home than Bf safety wise. Join the million who have
610 Cypress Gardens Rd. CY ).J 157
Compliments of' a Friend away orta r.IA''act:t,2outof3trffcdMthaitnllcs ) had seat belts installed and use thtm Every

occur,wf of the victims' homes. time you drive buckle up for self>ty.ENTER Tampa Electric Co.
Garden Court 'p T'fWr Polk County Division

NW Phon. CY 4.2134 .,
2345 Ith St., -------
Terra Ceia Court

Gray Truck Line, Inc. Cypr." G.rd.ns Ro.d Phon 294.4229

Ik. Shor. Way La k. Alfr.d FR 2-1454
KIDS! Have You Entered the Thomas-Waters Ford, Inc.

B. F. Goodrich Co. 104 E. C.ntr.1 Av*. Phone 293-4111)

251 Avo. A, SW Phon* CY 3-6341' NOW SAFETY SLOGAN CONTEST Trice Casual Town

Goodyear Service Store ,.i" F Ladies Rdy W.., I Sportswear
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217) Avo. A, NW" .,heft./CY "3-2195. z CONTIST RULfti All tck..l. i.....*.. .f .... Wi... Horn A... (IIIIc'I...;.. 1.1. AIf0c.4. 231' W. Central Avnu
$ II--.1e, hl. Lth. El.h.'d awd..l.ugl kiUrM .f NIWS.CM ItU ...,.,....
Gordon Bros. Concrete3rd i ... .r.IIII. ,.rllcl,.... Yelda Dairies

A Av.. P. SW Phon. CY 3-6049 .U I I. y*., ubty ,. 'sAFi'/! WORDS OK LESS -O-I$*>' ..*> W.*lrj .v N a .d '1040 6th St., S.W. Phon CY 3-4153
.* te CRUSADE FOK SLOGAN CONTEST, NIWJCHIfr-. O. FOX
1449. WINTER HAVEN Villa Lumber Inc. 5th & Ave. T, NW
W. T. Grant Co. "It ........ H ...'A'.'HI by ....,..,..... ..,......,. J... ,It... ,
S.uth.ut Plaza Shopping Cntr IN CASH -..ndVdJa' -

N.m*: . - _ . . . . _ Ago: - - . - Village, Southeast Plaza
Gulf Counties Gas Co. PRIZE

North .f E.,"U Le Vo City limits Phono 294-4159 PRIZEi$25.00, $ Address: . .,...... O'.,._....-_.____._____. Waverly Road Sand Co.
1st Eloise loop !Rod Phon. CY 3-0021
Htmll's Garden Center School: 00 . _ .H..q. .. _ _ _ . . Store
2nd PRIZl$15.00_ Wilson-Pipes Men's

Southeast. Plata Shopping Cntr 3rd W 4rfc PR ,fuO Each Slogan: _. ....._ . .-----. .- 0 - So..th*.st Plaza CY J.6976

Havendale Drive-In Theatre r f ti1tii.!
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and Ritz Theatre
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