Title: Winter Haven Daily News-Chief
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Title: Winter Haven Daily News-Chief
Uniform Title: Winter Haven Daily News-Chief
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Winter Haven Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Winter Haven, Fla.
Publication Date: May 12, 1964
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Polk -- Winter Haven
Coordinates: 28.034444 x -81.721667 ( Place of Publication )
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Bibliographic ID: UF00086748
Volume ID: VID00269
Source Institution: University of Florida
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Citrus Exposition Asks For Bids On 170-Foot

Domed Concrete Building On Minute Maid Site


.. Store Owners .- - Cost Is Set

Bank Set Chinese Reds Flee .

To BuildAddition } Into Soviet UnionMOSCOW I Plan New Look .{ At $$190,000For

1\ i'S
(UPI) Refugeesare men. Chinese border guards occasionally For Back DoorsThe ShowcaseThe
crossing into Soviet territory try to prevent the
from Communist China at nights but the border is too
the rate of 1,200 a month to escape long and sparsely guarded to \ Florida Citrus Exposition
The American National Chinese persecution diplomatic stop very msny Winter Haven Planning soon to be the Florida
Bank'i next step in itt $200,000 sources said today Some diplomats suggested the Board will Invite merchants Ulna Showcase called today
expansion program construction The sources said the refugeesare Chinese may be deliberately and landlords on the south for b:da on a 170-foot concrete '
of an addition that Mongol-Turkic people who permitting the escapees to rid side of Central Ave east of domed building! to be
will triple itt present facilities are seeking asylum in the Soviet Sinklanb of its Moslem tribesmen Third St. to attend the next A- constructed! on the Minute
Sot the approval of the Winter republic of Kazakhstan, and open the way to more board meeting and discuss a --f Maid tract In time for the 163
Haven Planning Board yesterday which borders China's Sinkiang Chinese colonization: rejuvenation program for their ) ; show
Province and contains people of Sinklanv originally bad a population back entrances i The board of directors,
The board voted to recom the same racial background of about S million most The rear doors of these polled by telephone by the
mend that the city commission The Peking persecution is both of it U I g u r., Kstakhs, and stores are nearly all visible general manager Robert
'take whatever legal procedures racial and economic, the Khirghlians Since the Communist from Ave A, SW. one of the d Eastman, agreed to ask forbids
necessary" to permitthe sources said seizure of power, offcial city'a main.traveled streets I +, on the first building of
construction.In The sources said the refugeescross policy has been to send Mrs Louise Beauchamp e a"J he Citrus Showcase site.
the course of preparingfor the border railed and Chinese to the province, and vice chairman of the planning The estimated coat Is |ltO,
the new building a land famished and are resettled In ita Chinese population has expanded board, suggested the Joint 000, some 119.000 more than
survey revealed that the Soviet collective and state from about 300,000 to discussion after the board was bad been estimated earlier
bank's two front columns extend farms with their ethnic kinj more than 2 million. told that several of these merchants when the domed structure was
a foot into the city's ,.- were already planningsome r' first proposed The tulldmg I I.
street easement Andrew Ireland County Commission kind of beautification i much larger than In the original .
president of the bank program. dw propoaal.
said this condition has existed The board will ask the The architects changed the
"for 40 years and now we'd Chamber of Commerce to Issue P design from aluminum to concrete
like to build four more columns Plans Are Drawn the Invitation In Its behalf when It appeared that
to match the two we Powell Ott chairman: of the the cost of the metal, domed

have" board, gave the group a name ..'....... ----- -....je. ...-- geodesic building would be
The building program Is another the South Central Ave. prohibitive.The .
phase of American's expansion For 2nd PrimaryPeace Merchants Improvement Association. RECEIVE SCOUTING AWARDS-Shown above are six of the nine area teoutert bids are returnable on
program which started who received special awards at th. annual ditrlct banquet last night They are, from or before Juno :25. U the board
more than a year ago with left, Bill Clarke, Winter, Haven; Joule Goodman, Loughman; Lucy Fountain, Hainei, City: awards a contract to one of
acquisition of the entire blockon The Polk County Commissioners River to get a firsthand The planning board discussed Jim Pennlngton, Auburndale, ; Pieter' Seiko Winter Haven} and Eddie Wilson Winter the bidders construction can
Fifth St.. SW from Centralto today made plans to look at some of the water several other problems Haven . start In July, and with a four
Ave. A, its conversion to get the voting machines ready control projects recommendedby : which have been before it at to-flve.month building period,
parking and installation of automatic for the second primary two the Peace River Bosrd. recent meetings One was the Nine HonoredAt the Showcase should be completed
TV tellers at the Sixth weeks from today, which A report from the Stale proposed zoning of both. by Christmas In plentyof
St. entrance to the lot. chairman Wflmer UcCutcbeon Department of Prisons called sides of Third St., SW, between Football Kickoff Urns to get ready for the
The present building at Central said will be "a night and day conditions at the new Polk Ave. 0 and Cypress AnnualScout first Florida Citrus Showcase
Ave corner of the pro Job." County f Jail good, but salt thatccndltion Gardens Road Plane to re' next Ifsrch. suoceedtog\ the
perty will.be incorporated Into The machines have been ,wtro' "bad".at the. tone k for industrial use met "" 4ftear4t4 Florida'CUrvr Exposition .
the new banklnfstnicture: according 'ordered Impounded mtU Friday old 'aIL.At strong a".. .bas of therasag Set and its predecessor,
to Gene Leedy, the while the state completes; the request of Sheriff dents, but 801 Wolf Banquet: : DinnerThree the Polk County Orange Festival.
architect This building, with its official tabulation of the Monroe Brsnnen, commission and toning director asitf they .

frontage of 32 feet will be given vote This leaves a bare margin ers authorised one change at would agree to making the. The Booster Club today set held next Monday tt the cafeteria The building will Incorporate
a brick facing on 1U exterior for election officials to get strip a C-I tone for tom Iller.clal interesting features
the 'JsQ: to move a phone Thursday Sept 10 for the annual beginning tt 130 pm numerous
them ready for the May 26 It is toned C-4, Winter HaveoKet.. and
completely closing off booth Inside so prisoners will use now Winter Haven Football Letters will be presented Entrain said U win bee
all windows and other open. primary. not have to be guarded when allowing only amusement. op Kick-off Banquet and outstanding athletes win III other area residents recotved free.span. budding, with M
in,.. McCutcheon suggested that they make calls.Commissioners. erstloM. The club met for breakfastat be recognized tt the affair special touting retogntttM the- Inside" supports, and the dome
The addition fronting on county personnel use radio- approved a The board voted to recommend the Park Restaurant Season ticket islet for the jwud. last ntgJit at will be uncluttered by lighting
Fifth St. win be III feet thus equipped cars on election day resolution saluting Polk I to the city commissionthat The place for the event has 1M4 football season already' trowel dinner of the Gulf Lake Rs.lop fixtures or anything else
and visit an Oliirlct of the RidgeRoy
making the building frontage after the precincts to shortly check County Hospital during National the area be toned CS not been definitely l l set but It total ever no, FJoy Delgtdo, ct Scout Council Lighting will be Indirect built
total 101 feet, or more than polls open Hospital Week, May with the possibility later that seemed most members were president of the club reported, fott la the trough around the Interior
on the machines and make The awards were as wsHeavier
three times its present size 1016. They also Issued an Invitation the toning be changed to M 1, In accord with the hleh school and urged! all Interested' persons Daniel 'Troop wall about 10 feet from
there Is In Key-Joe
sure no delay getting
All but the south It feet of the the vote started. to the public to tour or light industrial If the situ cafeteria because of the recent to buy their tickets before ill Hunts CHy. Jwie Geed the ground, and tan be regulated
addition will be a two-story Two commissioners win the hospital during this week ation should warrant It. The Installation of an air conditioning taking summer vacations man, Troop KM. Louihman, at any Intensity
front of glass, set back 16 feet make tours this week of two County Engineer W. I d 0 residents foresee this posslblli system there Last because "they are going fast." Eddie Wilson, Trooo 5W, Winter The exterior of the dome
from the sidewalk with an areas where new projects are Fielding reported the purchase ty, Wolf said year It was held at the Haven The tiles are above lest year, Haven Tim Mimloys. Troop will be painted orange, the .Interior
eight foot balcony overhang proposed. of a new sign applicator and The board authorized Kslo- Hotel he noted 667. Auburndil; and Peter a soft buff, easy on the
above it. The entrance concourse McCutcheon and Commissioner recommended that the commissioners grldis to drew up an amendment Jack Deedrick athletic director In other business at the Sikfc. Troop' 111 Winter Haven eyes but designed to reflect:
will thus be 16 feet Alan Trask will get I leD the old one to to the toning code which announced the annual meeting Tony Ktlogridfi re, the Indirect lighting
deep by 53 feet long The helicopter ride tomorrow to Winter Haven. (Continued Oa Page I, OIL 11)) spring sports banquet win be ported entries for the Boosters Scooter Award Mil Clarke To give i an Idea of the else
south 16 feet will be brick- view a proposed state park The applicator originally Club Coif Tournament which Clarke. Troop .... Winter Haven of the Showcase's main building
laced to match the north corner northeast of Haines City cost a little over MOO. according It scheduled, for Sunday, are ; James Pennlngton Troop first of three which will
The brick and glass front This afternoon, McCutcheonand : to Fielding, and now Merchants Delay behind entries at this Urn lilt III, AulwriHlal. sod R. A. eventually be on the site -
will be accented by the six Trask, along with a State needs a new motor Winter! : year But, Kaln Haven officials have told Field
concrete columns Board of Health engineer will thinks sales will pick up for cemmllteemsn, from Anburnclsl full-Hi basketball court
log they are wining to spend
(Continued OB Page 1. CoL 11]I take a boat trip down the 1400 for annual tournament could be lined out on the floor
an applicator, to
The tournament win b held who reeetv
The only women and there would be space toseat
commissioners authorized( Street: Action on the Winter Haven Coif ed a special award lilt night
Local Citrus Growers Fielding to negotiate a ..Ie.t < Club links with the first night was M" Lucy Fountain den slid that three proposals
that price. beginning at 1,201; m Following mother of ('ub Seoul Pull Set submitted by
i Commmlsiloners approved a The Winter Haven Downtown tack the plan which went Into the tournament a- social In Ha net Lily She received the had been
request from the city: of Bar. Council decided yesterday to effect yesterday' morning amid hour will be held at the club Den Mothers Training Award the architects for buildings
Observe Anniversarytop tow to use county data processing glvo the city's one.wsy street considerable eor fusion, but no house beginning at 4 p m.. to Bill (larke also was presented 130 feet in diameter 160 decided feetand
equipment to work up ;plan a month trial before takIng action was taken when" the be followed with a barbecue the Junior 1'idsr Training 110 feel The board
their tax roDs Bsrtow will i. any official action members learned that the dinner at f p.m.Ktkxridls Award. on the biggest bidding pus
By JACK r.URNETT label brought us many pay the county for tills service The Council guests of Exchange Council had reoiHrl the reminded that The ip.>.nl guest speaker libte within the amount
The Florida Citrus Reporter compliments" from consumers . i National Bank for one-way street program (Contlnwd Oat Pag I. Cai I) (CootflBMd Osj Page I, Cei T) (CosdlMM O. Page k, Cot 4)
Members of Winter Haven he commented The commissioners also 'luncheon followed by an In Burke Chifcia and Jack Pines I
I Citrus Growers Association Referring to the coming agreed to loan a dredge to the i ipertion of new equipment, took said the council approved the
holding their 55th annual crop, Horton ukj that while city of Lakeland, with the provision i up the one way street plan firni! Idea last August
meeting here today were told there was a "'bouquet bloom that tt be operated by There bad been Indications There were no serious objections )
that there I. "a really bright Continued On Pag ., Col. I) (Cmifhswad On Fags I, Cot 6) that I! the merchants would ate then according to Pines,
future for the entire citrus with only a couple! of members
industry" voting against It.
John T Lesley, general manager In view of the fact thst they
of the Florida Citrus Exchange p ., a t' had recommended it. Ole Council
with which the Winter wai decided to wait 10 days and
Haven house has been ass then/ bring the subject) up for
elated since Its l Inception in discussion again City Manager
1909 told the grower.members '' C Ryan has told council oftrlsls .
that all signs point to i C i ii i that U the trial period

continuing prosperity In the ,, (Cottoned Oa Page 11. Col I)
Industry 'if we continue: to
work together for the com L t
mon good" r
E S. (Ned) Horton who has Traffic Flow
been manager of the Winter
Haven CGA operation sine
IBM, reported that during the l t
current season, with possibly Better Today
another 10.000 boxes to harvest .
the house bandied M, : _
ZM boxes of members' fruit .. Traffic ia beginning to roll
along with the caretakng of moch more swiftly and smoothly
the individual groves I .to downtown Winter Haven,
Adding fruit pecked for City Manager C C Ryan reported
other organizations total after a aeeood-day check
handle was better than 33.000 bow the street
on new oneway
boxes k.4 pattern la working V.
Improvement such aa adding -c .J H* noted !the lack of befits r
one-third to the coloring Jassa on Third tt and other
room space eanaetty this rammer major arUrtes at rush periods I'

along with the additionof _t.".,.'. \ this morning i* marked ear _
nor rolling stock are to --
lead to the eMvaUon before the
lie worts. Horton said CELEBRATES ANNIVERSARY-Members of the Winter Haven Citnn Growls oat-way afreets were detignat46 -
Grapefruit was the surprise Association celebrated the ISth Anniversary of the associate te4., at their office e*
of the entire Industry Horton Third St. SW. Seated from left Clarke Heizfip; secretary; Peel A. DeUmat/, peer "We're pleased with the wsy ----- -
tald. R was Impossible to get dent* and E. S. Horton, general manager Standing: Marvin Walker, general manager die new eyelets ia fatte* lose. CRAY lADlB CAPPED-M,t. Margaret Ertn left pretented caps t* Mrs W J
enoort. to meet customers'VteKinds Florida Citrus. Canners Cooperative; John. T. Leiley, general manage Florid Citrwi Exchange shape:' h* said. "Moat of the Arsdalf!' end Mrt. Shirley W lush during ceremonies ,last night at the Health Centers
-We had th* finest eoafwio which.. evident The Gray L.dies.1 the Winter Haven Chapter el f the American Red Crest wire honored
quality In many yean and oar ; and Don M. Lin, general sales manager Florida Cttrt Exchange, Walter, Lea
CapkJom brand. the boaae'f ley and Uns were guest speaker* ot the. meeting. (Cast>ruM OB Pig I. Cot &) during Recognition Awards tfmo.ei.


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Page Two Tuesday May 12, 1964
FLORIDA _ __ _ __-- _______
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Robert Taft Fronczak Baby

Seen As GOP Still MissingCHICAGO

Keynoter (UPI)-Mra. Dora
t Froncsak today faced another

lonely trip to the church where
WASHINGTON (UPI) Bop she has prayed daily for. the A
Robert Taft Jr., R-Ohio. 11 be ne return of her baby boy
lag talked up today at a Ukely who was kidnaped from her
choice for keynoter of the Re arms three weeks ag...
publkan National Convention tills cLU6
to s shift away from a little A nurae's suapiciona about a
(known itate leader. child brought to Illinois Masonic .

Party leaden, it was learned Hospital Monday nfcht raised
have scrubbed the prior d for a time some hope that the
Consideration liven MlnneioU missing Fronciak child had s T' s
state Chairman Robert For L* ; been found. 3 I Ii Ir

eythe.that the When keynoting word assignmentwas leaked out The nur..'. report triggereda
Hurry of pollee activity but
oelnj set up for the not-
footprint checks revealed that
so-weB.k n o w a Minnesotan, the
hospitalized child not
chilled hi.prospeeU. .
negative reaction
Paul Joseph Fronczak
who had
k been taken from his mother the
Taft, son of the late Senate
day after his birth by
a woman
GOP Leader, was pushed Into posing as a nurse.The .
national prominence just a
week ago by his smashing footprints of the baby
four-toone victory for the Ohio 1' brought to the hospital verifiedhis
Republican senatorial nomination. mother's story that he had

been born to her April .. Thereare
The 47-year-old Taft beat ,4 no recorded footprints of
Ted W. Brown, Ohio secretaryof the Fronczak child.

state, and is favored to win pCk ,
----- --- --- ----- -- -- Police
the seat held by Democratic were summoned when
Sen. Stephen M Young, who GIRLS CLUB PLANS OPEN HOUSE-U. Winter Haven Girls Club will mark 12 the nurse who admitted the GRAY LADIES AND GENTLEMEN-Fourteen Gray ladies and two Gray Gentlemen .

won renomlnatlon. yean of operation tomorrow with en open house end reception from 3:30 to .m. at baby to the hospital Monday were "capped" during ceremonies at the Health Center last night by officials of
night became
The GOP arrangementscommittee Its clubhouse on Lake Shipp Drive This affair Is its observance of National! Girls Club bsby's mother.suspicious of the the Winter Haven Chapter of the American Red Cross Recognition Awards were presented
meets May 25 In to the volunteer workers. Front row, from left: Miss Maureen Mitchell, Miss Barbara .
Washington to pick officers for r The mother "didn't seem to Przybylski, Miss Nancy Grist, Miss Linda Hill Miss Sue Chumney and Miss Diana

the convention opening In San know much about the baby," Downing. Back row: Andy John, Mrs, Miriam Ruth, Miss Edwin M Wilson, Mrs Dorothy

28 Francisco, the Republican on July 13. National On May Monts de Oca it said was nurse hers Carol, you Peterson couldn't tell"If Rewis, Mrs. Mary Flesher, Miss Ellen Smythe, Sally Moon, Mrs. W. Van Arsdall, Mrs

Committee will give formal it." The nurse said the bsbys Shirley W. Bush and John Murray

approval to the choices for mother bore a "striking resem
temporary chairman, keynoter PhotographersGuest blance" to police drawings of

Sen.and Thurston permanent B.chairman Morton, the Fronczak woman boy.who abducted the SB 70 Plane Spurs Hope For Bomber

R-Ify., who was party chair.
man from 1950 to 1961 and SpeakerCypress The child was vomiting and PALMDALE Calif. (UPI- Air Force and North American fore put Into sn alrccraft.
now heads the Senate COP refuted his formula when The Air Force hoped today Aviation, its manufacturer In the near future, it will
Campaign Committee Is slated brought to the hospital. that the striking debut of the resembles a huge white undergo taxi tests at nearby
for the role of permanent A hospital spokesman said the revolutionary SB70 transport dragonfly Asconi called It "a Edwards Air Force Base The
chairman. Gardens' ace photographer child Is "in bad shape but will plane will help Its battle with missile with windswept ship will make its first test
Cov Mark Hatfleld of Oregon C. M. (Monty) Monte. DYe The infant was suffering the Defense Department for wings. flight, with a pilot and copilot
de Oca will be a guest speaker from supersonic bombers to defend from here to Edwards in about
Is regarded as the best acute malnutrition
The XB70 will fly st 2.000
at the annual meeting of the
the nation.. two months.
bet for temporary chairman. Florida weighed only S pounds 4 ounces miles an hour and at altitudesof
--- - - Professional Photographers
Both chairmen, as well as the -or about pounds less than Although the unique ship, 75,000 feet or higher and it
keynoter, deliver nationally COOK Airman BrianH. In Sarasota, Saturday. the Fronczak baby, he said. unveiled Monday, is mainly a has many design and Instru
televised speeches. But the Ball, son of Mr and lie will speak about scenic Footprints of the baby showed forerunner of triple sonic airliners ment Innovations never be SHOP IN WINTER HAVEN
heaviest load falls on the permanent Mri. Guy H Ball of 450 photography during a patio he was born April > at Cook of the future that will
chairman, who luncheon at the Colony Beach -. ,- County Hospital, as the dash across the nation In only
presides 17th St.. NE, Winter Ha. mo1
resort and
during talk,
during adoption of the contended. Paul Joseph 90 minutes the Air Force
platform and Yen, hat completed the many of his works will be used born was seeks to make the highly .
nomination of April 27 at Michael Reese controversial :
the presidential and vice presidential first phase of his Air Force to show the unusual and varied C. M, MONTS de OCA Hospital aircraft war plane tmco
candidates. basic military training at types of photography used in Defense Secretary RobertS.
Lackland AFB, Tex, and scenic pictures. McNamara has advocated } Raps VW:) UtAQ
hat been selected for technical Many of Monte de Oca's works Hoffa's Trial Area Deaths an-all-missile deterrent force ti 0 a:; THE THINGS YW 4

No Confederate training a( a cook at have won him national recognition for the United States, while WAWTTOHEARBETTER _
Ft. Lee, V*. He 'It a 1960 both in color and black MRS. ROSE DUCHESNEAUMrs. the Air Force maintains that > !
Flag To Fly At graduate of Winter Haven and white.He Rose Anna Duchesneau, supersonic bombers are need .
has been employed by IT, of 1812 18th St., NW, died
Senior High School, and Starts ed In addition to war rockets
Fort Sumpter attended St. Petersburg Cypress Gardens for the put Today yesterday afternoon at her which still have to prove their
eight years, and was with the residence.
WASHINGTON (UPlMThe) Junior College, Florida Development Commit. She was a native! of St. reliability.At Monday's rollout pf .the Maico Hearing Aid Service
federal government said "no"to slon prior 'to that CHICAGO UPI) Attorneys : Barnabe Quebec Canada, and XB7Q, Air Force Brig Gen.
a question that started a Many of his works were on for Teamster President moved to Winter Haven from Fred Ascanl commander of Anderson Drug Store Winfer Haven
war 103 years ago Cuban Refugee I display at the Winter Haven LIbrary James R. Hoffa were expectedto Lake Wales five years sgo. the said the ship Mr G C Hearn, Consultant Thursdays to 12
Interior Department officials recently, and at the state answer government charges She was a member of St. represents "a turning point in Batteries Accessories Repair Service
told South Carolina Monday convention In Jacksonville. today that Hoffa helped Joseph's Catholic Church of aviation history MAIN OFFICI II W. Plea Dtwatewa Ortarfe

that it could not fly the flag drain union pension funds of Winter Haven. The ship unveiled by the
of the Confederacy over Ft. Dies At SeaMIAMI more thin $29 million In fraudulent She Is survived by nine
Sumter In Charleston harbor. Poison 'Shine 10aDi.Teatlmon1. daughters, Miss Ross Duc- -
State official wanted to esneau of Winter Haven, MissBlanche '
hoist the and Bars in (UPI)-A Cuban refugee Booklet at Hoffa'a pension Duchesneau of Spring- 't
Stars died at sea Monday short)y; Ready fraud trial was expectedto fleld.Msss., Mrs. Emile Morin
memory of Southern soldiers before his six companions were, begin when the defense re
and Mrs.
killed during a Union bombardment rescued after escaping the Communist .! TALLAHASSEE (UPI The ply baa been finished both of Chlckopee Falls Desmsrsls, Mass., SEE
of the fort in 1865. State Beverage Department, of
A barrage defense
Island In a small boat motions Mrs. Arthur (Lea) Dube of St.
But Clark Stratton associate alarmed at finding lethal late Monday forced the arr.. e
Petersburg, Mrs. I i
Friends said Alfred Echemen amounts of and In Phillip
park director, said only lye potash postponement of the opening
(Dora) Chsvet of Winter Ha
national dla, 30, apparently drank too> moonshine, has published a
Old Glory flies over argument by M a u rI c. J. Mrs. Emma Martel of
much salt water during a rough i I booklet on the "deadly effectsof
park area Walsh, Hoffa's top detente Falls
Shawlnlgan Quebec,
crossing of the Florida Straits drinking illegal whiskey"
"To grant this request lawyer. Sister Marie de La Ferre of Haydon
would open the door for raising "We were 10 days with nc, The booklet is being circulated The government trying for Hospital St Joseph, Windsor
In Florida' schools Beverage
Confederate flags at Vlcks- food no water," said a survivor,, the second time this year to Ontario, and Sister Germainede
burg, Gettysburg and other Juan Duran, 25. "We wet out; Director Richard B. Keating put Hoffa behind ban, told Jesus, A. S. V., Salem '
said of the
areas," he said lips with salt water from the I 200,000 copies pamphlet ofan the jury of eight men and four Msss.; two sons, WilfredsonDuchesnesu
A Southern attack on Ft. tea," he Hded. were published as part women that Hoffa and seven of Springfield,
educational aimed '
Sumter signaled the start of program associates fraudulently obtained M... and Eugene Duches
at lives and
the Civil War in 1861. The The alx refugees were picket! I saving money. the 125 million In loans seals of Orleans, Vt.; one
Confederate flag was hoisted up In the Florida Keys by thi, Keating aald the after program dangerous became from Teamster pension funds brother, Alpide Blsls of Three

after Union defenders sur Coast Guard Monday. They wen,I quantities urgent of lye and potash and diverted $1.7 million of Rivers, Quebec one sister
a 16-foot boat.
rendered. were found in recently seized the amount into their own poe Mrs Aides Bourassa of Shaw
moonshine.He kets. lnlgan Falls, Quebec, Canada;
said hundreds of people The grand jury indictment and numerous grandchildren. In Person
die etch year from drinkingthe against the defendant placedthe Funeral services will be held
THANK YOU illegal liquor. loans at more than 120 at St. Theresa Catholic Churchof
with burial in
Orleans, Vt.
million and the amount allegedly
diverted at more than $1 Orleans.
Citizens of Polk CountyI Fire RagesIn million. local Ott-Laughlln arrangements.Is In charge of

U.S. District Court Judge
EvergladesMIAMI Richard B. Austin Indicatedhow
I take this means to express my sincere complex the trial may become JAMES Bl'MCHHELD

gratitude for your expression of confidnce on (UPI-Tne first big when he told jurors James Wesley Burchfield
TS, of 1284 34th St., NW died
Everglades fre: of the season they might have at many as
6. in a Bartow hospital this
May ate up 300 acres of sswgrsts 448 choices In verdicts at the
I Jnvite all citizens to continue their support and hammocks Monday before end of the triaL morning after a lengthy ill. Haydon BurnsWEDNESDAY
firemen were able to bring it Austin turned down defense mete
for greater opportunity for our children 'under control. motions that two of the federal He was a native of Jefferson
County, Tenn., and movedto
Ilesenh. Chief Ranger Robert Branges marshals maintaining extraordinary Winter Haven from Knoxville .
said the fire broke out near security precautions
There hat in the courtroom be replaced In 1934. He was a carpenter
SHELLEY S. BOONE Homestead Sunday and a member of the AFTERNOON
been no rainfall In South Dade on the ground that they Methodist denomination.He .
SUPHINTINDINT since April 20 and dry winds and served as guards at Hoffa's
PUBLIC INSTRUCTION weather had dried out jury tampering trial last la survived by four
H. M. Air. grass and )res.. month in Chattanooga, Tenn. daughters, Mrs Ray Hutche-
son of Orlando Mrs. W. D.
Sellers of Knoxville Mr*. Iva Giant Fish
> Richards of Dandridge Tenn., FryLAKE

: and Mrs. Iris Watson of Dayton
: DON SUCHAN Ohio; two sons, Garland

lastWeeand e e Burchfield of Knoxville and
Ernest BurchHeld of Ypsilantl.Mich. WALES BALL
The liTO NICS" .; a sister Mrs. Joe PARK
Wells of Seiverville, Tenn.; a

NIGHTLY Tuesday thru Friday brother. Oeovia! Burchfield of Starts at 6 o'clock.
Jefferson City, Tenn.; IS .
PLUS Crsndchildren; and two great

grandchildren. . show Haydon Burns that Pol County it solidly behind him in his
Funeral arrangements, in
Mary Lou Gonzales charge OK-LaughUa.: are Incomplete efforts to preserve the high standards of Americanism as Governor of

and will be announced
1r' lakr. the state of Florid
Thursday Friday Saturday

g Central Horn/a' Most Exotic Concfctail Lounge FuneralWALTER Build a Bigger, Better Florida

1{ .1.i1G. Tiki L01Jllg H.Funeral Lowy of services(23 North LOn for Lake Walter El . .Build with HAYDON BURNSAs

bert! Drive Sunday, who, died wen at held his residence this

morning from the Crisp Funeral

Horsd'oeuvres Served 5 to 7i30 Dally Home with Rabbi Irvin Cut. Governor
. ler i* charge Burial followedin
' AVE. D 4 SIXTH STREET N.W. Winter Haven Oat Hill Cemetery in Lakeland

with Masonic Lodge 186 in ... M. A V

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West Virginia-, Plans Ridge Meeting Art Unit, (like Weather-Local, State And NationalTHUNDERSHOWERS Train, Car Irritated ANNOYING SAN FRANCISCO tetapIMM CALLS (suhscrtaar UPD-A $4,100 Cmmea Bonds Posts

Monday proposed a aww .
I Nebraska Vote Annual BanquetThe Crash Kills in the fIlM agate unwanted ..... Joseph Cunnei 55 of
telephone anU...... an Lab Alfred charged "with
uwul business meetingof asterisk. selling. Intoxicating beverages
tile Ridge. Art Society will
Moray W. MeDaaM of Palo election day and selling
be !Md on nwnday and the 70
Slated Today aanuni .begirt sad installs- ''u .i ... 18 People Alto. Caltf. asked the CaJUar beer after houn on Sunday ,
nia Public Utilities Commission ha* been released from county
tine of officer will be .bold on
to compel Pacific 'h..... to jail after posting $4 QUO bonds
By lUted Prose bteraatteaal Saturday place asterisks next to the
Nebraska and West Virginia n awial meeting will beheld MESA. Aril. (UPI A names of subscribers who do lusjMa: wi arrested! Sumlns
bold presidential primaries today at tile Ridge Art Carter high speed. Mamas train not want to be bothered by by state beverage an(, nls anheriff >:
but the remits in eacb Thursday at 8 p... :., smaaM Wee a stetttt wagoncarrytaf telephone solicitors < i deputies Hi j 'MI' d I
state are a foregone conclusion. The banquet wW be at 8 p... two latter lid their Mi'Daniel said telephone solid bond yesterday

New York Oov. Saturday *t the Haven Hotel, eight ..*... at a rural railroad tors Irritate. annoy and dit!
RockeMiMT Nelson A. with a aoclal hour !preceding It. mislay. tat Monday turh him and intrude on his
campaigning hard wa* Oregon A buffet dtaMr win be servedat IIMIfIIaC eat a* It live pn\any SHOP IN WINTER HAVEN
per person An mem-
asst.'s Friday primary, was ben and guest are Invited. 8- One *f the. aj.>tari was the
the only OOP presidential contends mother. ef alas ef the young

ballot on the West Virginia /I a { .. .. start who dM. In the crash yv A NT 'MO )t W Ol V O w M u..N t VKtt
A and was expecting another VOUW tVt ON QflANT*
In Nebraska, Sen. Barry M. Military Plane : QM cMM. -
Goldwater SHawER L '
R-Aric., was unopposed D The tragedy occurred in TUESDAY SPECIALS
but made an llth hour clear swwy weather with excs4lent .
sortie Into the state Monday to \
fend off write-in support for Crash Kills 2 JJ.6 "I visreQKy.UveeUf TO f PM ONLY
former Vice President RichardM. atort HM the driver
Nixon and Ambassador of the station wagon apparent
Henry Cabot Lodge. -Thunder hower. with an accompanying cold front It forecast ty failed (te lee the flashing (Limit 4, pleeie)

The only other primaryrelated Twelve for the Pacific Northwest. Thundershowers are alto forces for the Great Lakes, the warning signal at the crossingand
activity was in Maryland Injures Ohio and Miiiinippl Valleys and the Atlantic coastal states The rest of the nation will/ drove into the train

where an appearance by sec be clear with above average temperatures path.
gregatlonlst Gov. George C. The creasing la In a flat,
Wallace of Alabama la racially SEALE Ala (UPI- crippled Florida semi'agricultural area about Granti-own brand
Zones Temperatures OUTLOOK "
tense Cambridge triggered a military transport plane five mites south of here UNI
fair with JOYCE
wild street demonstration. National trying to return to Its base with Generally high today Groceries scatteredover .. -..'
Panhandle By United Press International M to M. Low tonight 65
load of
Guard troops used teargas a 43 Army paratroop
through Wednesday te 76 Partly cloudy tomorl'9Wwith a wide area around the ARNEUCOTTON
Partly cloudy
Lew I"
to queU about 200 brick- trainees, crathlanded in a field High ..,
throwing Metroes. Monday Two men were killed with scattered thundershowers Albuquerque 8 K widely scattered showers wrecked station wagon indicating ,'; ): WASH-WEAR SHIRTS
Wallace was campaigning for and 12 others injured. mainly tonight and Atlanta . . . . . 85 83: lib')'. Southerly winds \ to 15 the women had been on \ ,w.
Maryland's May 19 primary The Army said "a really mir Wednesday No important temperature Birmingham .. Tl 87 miles per hour a shopping outing with the N
against favorite son candidateSen. aculous landing" by Air Force changes. High today Boston . . ... . .54 75 children. / Sale 970V
Daniel B. Brewlter,D-Md. M.j.) F. L. Myen. the pilot, prevented In the BO'., low tonight 68 to Chicago . . . . . .56 70 TOASTED MONEY Dead were Lola King, 36. ,!, ,j \.
a stand-in for President John- a major disaster. The 72. Cleveland .. .. . . 57 88 FORT WORTH (UN Mr. Phoenix, Aril., and two dough V I! R*,. Sl.tf
C119 was manned by an Air North Denver .. .... ,. . .30 63 and Mrs. Jack Swanson carefully tern Victoria 3, and Michelle o I
son.Nebraska Republicans were Force crew of four. Generally fair with high in Detroit ..... . . .51 73: hid their 1400 In bills In I; and Mra. Ins Lowe of Win ,, t | S Arnel cotton
to choose six of their 16 GOP Witnesses said the big plane the SO'i today. Partly cloudy Jacksonville .. . .67 90 their oven before going to bed kleman. Aril., and her children '', .\ '1. -
National Convention delegates burst into flames when It hit with low 83 to TO tonight and Kansas City ". '' '' 57 68 Sunday night sure It would be Clifford 10 Mitchell I Convert; or Bet-
today with the other 10 to be the ground Its nose section tore scattered showers likely Wednesday Los Angelei .. . 52 73 . t. Linda T, Karen 5, Mark I, J mud. collar . .
selected later at the state party loose and parachutes litteredthe Southerly winds ( to Miami ... ... . 72 85 Their 14 year-old son, Jackie, and Gregory 1. Mri. Lowe was ileevelen
convention. West Virginianswere cultivated field. 18 miles per hour. Miami Beach . . n 82 arose before them and made nine months pregnant.The a While, pastels
to 14 NortheastGenerally Twin . toast for breakfast Lowei had been visiting .
vote for delegates. The Army identified the dead Cities 51 n Mill,.' slael JO to 40
In neither state were the delegates men, both paratroopers, as let \ fair with high 85 New Orleans . . 73: 87 Most of the serial numberson at the King horn In Phoenix
bound by the outcome of Lt. Thomas F. Sands, 30, of Decatur to 92 today Partly cloudy with New York . 58 79 the burned bills Ire recog- .- 20 miles to the west of
the presidential preference bal- Ga., and 2nd Lt. W. S. low 03 to 70 tonight and scattered Orlando .. . 68 90 Noble, so the Swansoni prob her*.
loting. Vogel, 25, of Hemet, Calif. showers likely l Wednesday Philadelphia , 54 76 ably will get It redeemed by No one on the train was
Goldwater backers In Sands was the son of Mrs Southerly winds 8 to 18 Phoenix ... . . .59 94 the Treasury Department hurt
Nebraska predicted that their Beatrice K Sands of Tallahassee miles per hour Raleigh .. ... . 63 86 r
man would get five of the six
Fla.Twelve. CentralGenerally St. Louis . .. 60 68
to be elected and all
taken \ fair with high 85 San Francisco . 50 63
injured men were
ten of those to be chosen laterat
the state party convention.The by helicopter to the hospitalat to 92 today and low 85 to 70 Seattle . ... 48 64 C I a
last-minute write-in Ft. Benning, Ga, about five tonight. Wednesday partly Tampa . .. . 68 87
campaign for Nixon was sparked mile. from the crash scene. cloudy with widely scattered Washington .60 83 ( 1

by Hastings, Neb., publisherFred Eight of the men were hospitalized showers likely. Southerly windsS T5 Atx :I r
S..tOll,wlolervedulec- one in serious conitlon. to IS miles per hour.
retary of the Interior during the A spokesman at Ft Benning South Press Walkout
Eisenhower administration said the plane was en route Generally fair through Wednesday
Seaton said a letter campaign from inAlabama High today 85 to 92,
Benning a drop tone WASHINGTON (UPI) Efforts of Winter Haven
launched low tonight around 70 Souther.
by Nixon backers after training
on a paratroop were being mad today to .
the 1960 Republican presidential jump mission when one 0: ly winds S to 15 miles per settle a printers' dispute which C\ .' ,

nominee's "nonpolitical" Its two engines failed hour. left the Washington Evening ... .
appearance at Omaha Keys Star without the manpower to ,
Thursday night, had brought Mostly fair through Wednes. publish Monday '

an "absolutely fantastic" re ResistanceWASHINGTON day. High today In the 80'i, low The printers walked out five .
sponse. tonight 70 to 73. Southeasterlywinds days when r e e
ago a union officialwas
The Rhode Island Republicanstate S to 15 miles per hour. 'S.
(UPI) The fired by the Star Pressroom
convention also was to beheld
Polish-American Congress told employee joined the walkout -
today.YONIftHT l. __ ,rreaideni Jfhnson Monday that Monday., leaving the Star
IS THI NIGHT TO the United Slates should en* Senator Case unable .Wee publish even the Tht SjHcializtd Job of f Savinas and Loan' AsoeWlolt w

GO OUT TO A MOVIEI courage passive resistance to sharply curtailed editions It bad
Communist rule in Poland. been issuing since the strike

Pick yevr hlttiit carefully entries Rozmarek, presidentof
but Ret t. ,i.c..1fiTY the congress, said resistance Deplores Sad
to communism was increasingIn : Hospital News
Poland. He cited as a
"breakthrough" for intellectual WASHINGTON UPI .-Sen.
freedom the manifesto handed Clifford P. Case, R-1U, said MONDAY'S ADMISSIONS
Polish Premier Wladyslsw Go- today each senator's name had Winter" HavtnMri.
mulka recently by :3 of the ca been blackened by the Dobby Keith L Moody Mn
Last Times Today
tion's leading scholars Baker case and Senate investigators Everett Stidham Mrs. Clifton
should clear up "this Grace, Mrs. James Edwards
TONY RANDALL. ILLEGAL OPERATIONNEW sorry state." Donald Hooper. Mrs Vernon A
Swearengin, Mri Lillian Berger
YORK (UPI) Teenage Case made the statements In
BURL IVES Edward Wledemann MIchael

nightclubs her are In Ile..1 testimony prepared for I dOled
II Stone,
Mri Annie
_COLOR : bind because they serve session of the Senate Rules
.. e Walker Mrs. Kyle L Quattle
Ifcmka a.r soda. Committee. He presented to
1.nuw rxne Legally, the teen clubs are the committee his proposal that baum, Mrs James E Thompson
cabarets because they have each senator be asked about Jr., Mrs C G. Thompson.
live entertainment and serve business dealings with Baker Miss Sandra Manissa, Mrs FUTURL

.7ilE BEA1l5 food. But they cannot get city and any campaign assistance V Alexander 1
cabaret licenses because such given or offered by the former Aubnradal
COME 111 7ZvsW"TEcNNICOLON permits traditionally are issuedto Senate aide. Walter P Edward, Mrs.
IN.r WNN waWaM..ouNNI holders of liquor \license The New Jersey Republican James A. Anderson Mrs, Fred :SECUR1! J
only At a result, several such said that the committee could Lestherwood Mrs Mabel Drlg
clubs are operating Illegallyand not avoid responsibility for getting gets ,
IIG JOHN are subject to legal action. full Information on the activities I Dande
It Coming To Town of Baker, former recrt- Mrs. Richard C Campbell
e TOMORROWsKNOI e tary to Senate Democrat: who 'i.We'll -
5EMAIR resigned last fall MONDAY'S DISMISSALS
"As an Individual, I resent Winter Haven
waeaonnleeery Bobby Baker's ability to blacken WUmer C Andrews Mrs E
me," Case said, ".* a C. Bennett Mrs Von. Council
sour oe l member of the Senate, I resent William F Hannon, Dennis
ensrur HU."DITY, DUSTIN his ability to blacken the Senate Illnson. Mrs. Ernest L Jones,
swan HUT, and ai a citizen I find II Jimmie L Joiner, Mrs Mon
svae.ISNI TOUR HOUR Intolerable that Bobby Baker lord Maxwell, Mrs Thorn <
A DAY l0 should pervert this public Instrument Prevail.
to his stifled purpose. Halaei City : Help You Build It
Case said he had gotten the Wilbur S, Bell.
Impression, along with the public AabarndaUMri
JWUfffliWATOE "of an effort to put an end Warren Orin..,. Mn
to an unpleasant 4IPI.ode-to Charles G. Cheshire and Infant
+O'HAM"MCLINTOCKI" push the whole matter aside In son, Miss Shirley Fllmor. Edward With dollars, of course. We can add our
the hope It will soon be forgot
4 Pollock In them safe
Eagle Lake experience keeping readily
DIiS :I&.vr 'g l He said be was not saying the Norwood
TECxncouR r/uuraior/ committee had thai Intention Lake Cox Wake available and earning a mighty good
er."we.INweNHAVEN but added that "1t Is Intolerablethat
Master Jeff Crewsstewllag .
this sorry w* leave stale."the matter In Green , return. Working together can mean a

DALE R J Hancock, brighter future FOR YOU!
gN.aeRl nooE.w56MtkrrarrThank -- l .

DIIVE..NTHEATRE l JENJOY You, Winter HavenDuring

Last Times T..I,. S

DOMT MISSfrKE&OHY . the next four years, I Ish.I always
TONY "CURTIS keep for.most the knowledge that your vote form

ANSI lousy DICKENSON DARIN ta Uf.UHIM'COMfOItT COOl.. was an expression; of your desire to continue 1,12
NEWMAN"CAfT. M.D. CLEAN w.ItttiJI fficiancy, economy and integrity in our Countygoy.rnm.nt. Annum

"JOHNNY TW inn COOL"i"JI AI'I did four yean ago I again pledge that TOUR MONEY C.IF, ud1l4

WIONISOAT NITI e ( I thai use my every effort to continue good government GlOWS PASTU I.-IA. eiy

.rf THUISOAT MITfSM for al of Pol County.
. I iNn be forever grateful to you, my
STEVE McOUftN I CaB and.. w pnecfibe
rid neighbors and friends for
"HELL IS FORHEROES" the Cairiar Air Coadftie my your strong sup-

lag that vffl make world port of me, and for again encouraging me to

Aloe of dtfenM to year fax. continue in pubic l< JOANNf WOODWARD 3 Uys easnfart from UJ day a

-THI STRIffER- e.. Low dos py.wteesy I-. L
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-Winter-- Haven Daily News-Chief Today's MIDDLE MAN Science Today I

w. E. HI I *******.-". idrto.,...... -
AMlrtaat M the PnwHeUruWl.ned ..
JOHN w. HYNMSON. ByJOKPHL.MYLER ed with colony life If" ,
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; dally by *". wne' Hare Commentary A ae U..... Prep l.ter.atl..al thing captures one fish n, .,
'"ia>ll"'hi",* c.. ,Inc., I II* Jr1 Stud. N.W.: Wln_ Haven.: Plt fhto WASHINGTON (UPI ) -Mastery school, other fish nearby i _I

CHARLES GOsHORN.I ......' of "fish talk" may make make sound which Impale 'b,
_. __.,_ _" fry PHIL NEWSOM day for man entire school to flee Fish j"
JACK MAHANMTM A....... INN, UPI PM. in News AMlyet r to it possible domesticate some livestock of theses talk white mating or teedm

TIle United States, h a v I a i e
: : AdvertWa M.MM' Researchers have audit ,
J. WLtlVAN =_ m','' '
__ tried the velvet glove to Its practical
-- h A more immediate! a host of tea animals fi -,
AO rWIIW* HtMN7ATIV dealings with Indonesian Presl-
Shannon t A.oc,. ... I... Ctticato. III. cleat Sukarno, now seems readyto result according to shrimp and crabs to pon", '
_. __._ of Naval Research (ONR ). may whales. sea Nona sea row v ,
intS.cond Clair IiI.II ...$., ..... .. '1U4 .t tho! Pail OfKee wield the big itick he to help fishermen increase! many kind of fish
In Wi.'., H.v.. HerieX MX** Nt.. .M.,." r. .lITt ___ TIle velvet glove approach their catchesAn
._. cam In Atty. Gen Robert KM. ONR publication Naval "Every animal studied, ',,e
MtMKft WIT lUftEAU! ....,'. visit lilt winter to Research Reviews reports report said, "was found to h,,u .
.<-a, Southeast Asia In an attempt to these suggestion in an article a characteristic sound ""''lI: ; J
W. Of CIRCULATIONS often the rambunctious Su of marine tare."
on more than IT years
'rhr' karno's announced determinaUoti << rl
Marie Poland
.___ research by
to "cruih" the fwdwrSIMM
new -
MEMKa Fish of the! University
A.tlva Member UMTW PRIM INTERNATIONAL of Malayiia.It Island's graduate school of AlmanacBy
NATIONAL EWTORIAL ,too U.H.d Pun I Ie ....tI.J t. tho ... WM part of a broader KaleUJ. oceanography
for r. .Wl ef.l' loe.l: wt pifatdin campaign to tncourigeAsian Mrs. Fish is director of "the
ASSOCIATION .hie .tpap.r.r ie wall, :t .N UPI leaders to tettle their die world's largest underwater bio- United Press international
l"'4 N.ws OI".teh. putM by peaceful means and it ,.,iGaYwP acoustic library" Under an Today I. Tuesday Mai\

ADVERTISING DEADLINE did remit In a shaky ceasefireand ONR contact she has accumulated the 133rd day of 1964 with 'iJ
a momentary lull In the to follow.
hundreds of miles audio
j ly tke Words: f f.M. Pre.o D.,. ly Ke Inch 1 f.M, .,nl.u. Do,. verbal laiuRs exchanged between tape in a reference file on The moon Is approaching the!
Laqal Notice.: I P..... fr..ieu. D.,. Sunday Edition Deadline: Friday. the two disputants.The biological aounds first quarter.
DISPLAY DEPARTMENT: calm lasted I less! than I The file contains "quite conclusive" The morning star Is Saturn
,..... !
Sunday Eaition-1 P.M. Thunday; Monday ldon-.l Fridayi month. l evidence that fish and The evening star la Venn!
Tua.lav Edition-Neon Saturday; Wednetday, Thurtday and Friday Early this month Sukarno in other sea animals do indeed On this day in historyIn
P.M. T. D.yr
Ecliti.1 a speech in his capital of Jakarta speak a language of sorts. 1932 searchers! found the
Southern;; N; ;.".' ,."''i.h... Aiwet.flon Issued an "action com- Some whales appear to have body of the baby son of 'tut>( \
Member Florida Press A.Mslalion .- mind" to "21 minion volun extensive vocabularies and Mrs. Charles A. Llndbenh

SUISCRIPTION' RATESIv teen" Into the fight to crush Fishermen can be helped to kidnapped on March i

Carrltr or Mail Malaysia which Sukarno regards / f improve their catches "by In 1937, George VIu,
Tar, $1120)) months. $910:; I month $4.Si: I month, ".111 as an extension! of British means of fixed, unmanned underwater crowned king in Westminster
...kl,, II sash Sinqlo Cpi*.i Daily! i CII.h; Suncl.,. 10 cantt. colonialism. listening devices similar Abbey, London following the

TELEPHONE" CYPrus l-tltl The speech was typical Su I 1* to those the Navy now uses abdication of his brother Ed.
karno. to track enemy submarines ward VIII.
Sukarno whose father image "U fish of commercial interest In 1949 after 328 days. Soviet!

A Thought For Today"Grace retains an almost hypnotic con were! to swim near these! authorities In Berlin announcedthe
trol over the Indonesian people posts and 'talk'" ONR said. end of the land blockade! of
Is Indifferent to the details of "The sounds would be pickedup the German capital.In .
(God's unmerited favor) and (spiritual) government! and to the mannerin and rebroadcast to fisher 1963 President Kennedy!

peace be yours from Gor our Father and from the which his "commands" are men In the area.! ordered troops to take up positions

Lord Jetiu Cftriat." Eph. 1:2 to be Implemented. And so It "Also a possibility Is the In the vicinity of Birming
was this time. broadcasting of man made ham after rioting broke out.
Grace and peace have their origin in God the To observers in Jakarta it sounds underwater to attract

Father and the Lord Jesus seemed to mean he planned to some marine animals, to fright A thought for the day-Mark

Christ.Dr.. Albert L Carnett step up the guerrilla war In en others away and even to Twain said: "Work consists of
North Borneo where IndonesiaIs herd fish or contain them In whatever a body is obliged to
pledged to aid the "independ selected areas." do. .play consists of whatevera !

core movement"! against the TelevisionIn Fish talk usually is associat body is not obliged to do.

News Chief Editorials Malaysia Kuala Lumpur government of Project AlertBy Now Available

Into this worsening! situation

Let's Not Be Hasty . stepped Assistant U.S. Secrets Review At Your EXCLUSIVE

ry of State for Far Eastern MAJOR AL LONG, USAR Ret
We recently ran an editorial on the college trimester Affairs William P. Bundy. Sunday IY

situation and we again wish to point out some warned that further Interference By KICK DU now Analyst nuMorn
United Press lateraatioii
in North Borneo could .
additional things that should be taken into consideration. HOLLYWOOD (UPI If
result in a final cutoff of already By Major Al Long USAR Ret. Schlesinger Jr., Walter Llpp-
It appears to us that most of the basis for com- reduced U.S. aid Indo. you watched Sunday night'sepisode DEALER
Analyst man and others. These are
plaint came from students and faculty who found it nesia. TV you of "Bonanza"may think on NBC-it A TIMELY BOOKLET followed by a few! brief paragraphs CYPRESS TV

difficult to keep up the pace. In other words they U.S, economic aid to Indonesia merely logical that the Ion Quote: "Persons of great on "What Can Be Done I

felt that learning should be a leisurely occupation and has totaled around II bil named Adam, portrayed by influence In the affairs Of this About ItT" raw.wuwahwa'raea .0"m' SALES & SERVICE
lion. Last fall\ In the mounting Pernell Roberts, has decided to country during the lilt-several As to what we can do, the Wt Service All Mokes
that those it should be time to
dispensing given ample Indonesian.Malaysian crisis the marry his lady love. But oh years have consistently ridiculed pamphlet Is explicit and specific. S10 Cypress Gardens Rd. CY 3.9800
think without pressures. Life no longer goes at a.snail' United States withdrew from a what a tangled web both off the Idea that communism It tells us first that we,

pace. With the advent of the steam engine plan which would have set up I camera and on, \lies behind that Is any more than a continuing as a Nation "have turned our
$50 million credit for Indonesian threat originating from backs on God and have been
mad Impetuous decision ON YOUR TELEVISION DIAL
life changed ; when the piston engine fueled with oil
long-term development and which by the way has not yet foreign sources or that we brainwashed Into looking to
derivatives was developed life changed ; when the jet halted shipments of weapons run its torturous course. have any reason to be; apprehensive government for the solution ofalt

came in life changed again and now we are in the and ammunition. To tell you the full true unfettered regarding domestic our problems" Then quoting WDIO-TV WHA-TV W TVTVCkonMtf WTYT-T
It continued technical assistance story of this turn of affairs communism. How factual any the late Representative! CMsael. c...... i CkmMl II
rocket age.Along. programs amounting to in the western series ucb statement can best be Frauds Walter Chairman of CU NIC AtC CMT
with all pf this t it f was found that the human about $U. million and surplusfood would be to ask too much for Judged from the carefully tile House American Activities Oitave'e Tamp.. Orleade **.e

mind could also step up its functions but the pattern shipments of up to $35 mil. it Is a mixture of real life weighed language of the Head Committee we are 11
of the Federal Bureau 'of'Investigation '' urged to "get the facts" be- Tuesday NIGHT May
of learning had to undergo some drastic changes. People lion.Sukarno' problems, publicity and now
dreams of empire in both his speeches caVse we cannot fight an
script writers. Thus la the best
found that they could speed up their reading and take little account of the sufferings tradition of the the and written articles and enemy we do not know. 4:00: -Nowt News, Sporti, News Weather Pull N....
republic books. Observation of the The soundest possible advice Sill-Sport.. Wthor W.atK.r Editorial s,'" h..... W'tlitr
63 million
understanding 10 times. It has been found that of
some thing to do is hear some of the made during the last and counsel! ls summarized 4.10. -CIS News NIC New AIC N... CIS Nawi

children can be taught and they absorb things years one-third population of whom an suffer estimated from facts and make up your own mind two progress or three decades! by welfare In the final sentence of 4:41-CIS N... NIC New N..., Waathar CIS New

ahead of what they did even 15 years ago. The trimester malnutrition truths disregard that any further state measures and the the pamphlet as follow.: 7.00-Ad..ntyfMS Award Thaatro The Rakol. Natad City

is a result of this stepped-up way of life. We To the Malaysian people! who First however may be come assured along.that rapid centralization of powerIn "If we the people . will : IK h,...:.. "Tho lachalor" Tko Rabol Naked. City
become work- 71Io-Ad."tu hrt, CamkatlDa Nakad City
an expanding Federal bu. wake up and
that before it is that educators demand rice and detest a corn Adam Is not likely! to
suggest get .
junked our let reaucracy further Indicate th. Ing members! in patriotic pro 7:41I": ParadUo Murray Camkatl Naked City
substitute, he says: "I say
take another look or two and see if they can't figure us eat corn to crush Malaysia" hitched In,.. and ruin the high rat. falsity of any such claim. American, anti Communist |,00-Rad Skalton Carolyn Jonai Camkatl Red Skaltaa

out a way to make it work. We just imagine that if And to U.S. Ambassador A well-prepared and fully groups and refuse to swallow l.lo: -Rad Sliolto* E. C. Martkall. Comkatl Rad. Skaltaa
Howard P. Jones, he alreadyhas Sometimes sober sourcesat : political promises of 'some I,JO-Rad SkaltoR Award Tkaatra McHala'i,, Navy Rad Skalta.
less time were spent in nonessentials at college, more said "To hell with the studios and network tell documented phamplet prepared thing for nothing,' then the |,45-Rad Shuts* Award Tkaatra ,McHala'i, Navy Red Skaltana
: by the Americanism Committee
time would be available for the books. Communist boast that America .
that the Introduction of the
aid. us ,
of the Tennessee Society 00-Patticoat Richard The .,..t..t Pattica.t
Last September as part of girl into Adam's life was partly Sons of the Revolution, will spend herself Into destruction till, Junction '.... Skew Skaw on Earth JunctianMO
his policy of confrontation the result of Roberta' long entitled WARNINGS AGAINST and fall\ without a : -Jack fanny" Richard The ftraatoit Jack heat.
Take The Message . against Malaysia, Sukarno cutoff time desire to quit "Boninia" AMERICAN ENSLAVEMENTOF shot "being fired will not come MS, -Jack lanny Is". Show Show .. Earth Jack lanny

"I came here over 40 years ago and I believe that all economic relations with and return to more serious act SOCIALIST-COMMUNIST true.The Tennessee Sons of the 1000: -Carry Mews Andy. William The Fvgitlva Carry .....,.
Winter Haven and the new! nation despite the factIt ing. The \Idea it was said, la PLANS FOR AMERICAN ENSLAVEMENT the 10,II-Carry .....,. Andy" William The F .itlvo Carry Mien
is Revolution deserve highest
surrounding country prettier half with Adam 10,JO More Willi.; Mien
meant cutting off nearly that married has just come -Garry Andy Tko Ftioltivo Carry
than I've ever seen it" said an old timer in our office. the markets for Indonesia's export he would have been eased out to hand. The warnings are commendation and distribution for the of 1041, -Carry .....,. Andy. Willis. Th. Fnoitlvo Carry .....,.

But the next thing he said was even more interesting"I trade and placing new bur- of the series and replaced! by anew contained In quoted statementsby this preparation brief but valuable call to 11,00-Nowi New, Sat Wlr Nawilino New, Soarti

>- think everyone before they go on vacation, should dens on an already staggering character a fictional such great patriots and action. Copies can be obtained I:Hill:: -Soorti, Wtkor T.el5M Skow E'torlal. W't"., W fkee. E'tarlil,
economy. cousin portrayed by Guy statesmen as George Washington the committee named for I MilO, -Thaatro of Tonight Skow Late Sh.w 17th Prailnct
ride around the city and adjacent areas, look at this The United States has helped Williams. This Is an old rumor Benjamin Franklin, from BuildIng I II ::41tho Stan Tanloht Show Late Show 17th Proiln
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beauty and then when they go away tell the people Sukarno In the past on the or report, or whatever you call Thomas Jefferson! James KJioxvllle Tennessee

about how really beautiful Winter Haven is," theory that only massive economic It. Madison Patrick Henry Justice End quote. "New Age" Scottish Wednesday MORNING May 13
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about the scores of things that are outstanding about Communist party. It now Roberts has Indeed for years Byrd Frank Lausche and Mo- Alphabet Today She. N.... Geed Day
but appears that the end of US, wanted to hotfoot It out of "Bo- Richard Russell, and by the 7.10-Wak.-Uo Today Show Micklo Iw... C.od Day
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patience la nearing.But nansa. Time and again, how American Bar Association. : L TOrRH01J.VWOOD 7:41- Movloi Today She Micki Evan Good Day

truth-there isn't any other place like our city. on the basis of the record ever he apparently has been The section on SocialistCommunist ''UPI Veteran 1.09-Cantata Today. Skow Micklo Ivani Captain

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28. Hawk IT 1 I :Ij lO essay erw.pslMre pWtaAedIs 20 YEARS AGO .. es 10 flub M.I 1-Now :3D i. M.aual 1...._No,Weill_ 1:00-To Toll Tr.tb Anothof Weald CanoralHotpital T. Tel Tnr*
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a featured role opposite : Restber a m
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Lake Alfred Is Local Chapter Women Voters Rep. Cannon Dies Suddenly FCM Urges Nine Honored Local Citrus

Of Red Cross (runts***! PNB* fg OM) gin from Page One)

WASHINGTON (UPI)-Craty next day The hospital said he wax R holey Lae general M IB "MgMy doubtful" how

Opposed To Aids VeteransMr At Ctemce c.... powerfulelsWman was admitted at 11:25: a. m. Revision Of maMgajr af KTsnatloaialtelevishM math of It wfll stick to the

A. Ktotar Buckingham Meeting of Hw pease Appreprumble . EDT Sunday atatsM WBDU art traaa and. mature irritation
assistant Orator of the Winter COM***** and aecajrioMeit member af the emcwttv* board has been a problem rind Nor
mcmher af Costgrtw. of the Gad. Ridge Council.l.astt4r toe aged that U Is becoming

Si-Racial GroupThe Haven Crone Chapter rsosatty AmertoaaRod attended tile Haven HotelThe 4M. unexiiimn" today. la Rev. BridgesTo Crop Estimate noted that no matter Imperative. that every grower
Florid DapartsaMt of Veteran was seThe who' a pro a. he la not with U acre or more have
Aflalra School awl ConferenceIn Misaatjri Democrat a"lIIher Speak At "just" aomebady H* praised soma sect of water supply

second attempt in the Winter Park. board of directors of the of the House for II LAKELAND (DPI) --Florida ho scouters peasant and said WhIle the net returns u>

PHI year by Albert Maulu The local chapter is on call League of Women Voter of years died' at 1:15: a m. EDT, Jewell PTAThe Citrus Mutual urged Improvements they wan lICIt "Just" aa explorer growers, of the association fur)
by a Lake Alfred Negro to 24 how a day to give aaala- Florida will meet at the Haven at Washington Hoapital Center la the U S. Department. advisor, or "Juet" ascoutHHMlar. this aaaaon, la the various
let. bi-raeial committee in lance to veteran In making Hotel In Winter Haven today Death was attributed to regular meMag of the of Afrlenltore citrus crop filII- or "just" a den variety and periodic pools,
was rebuffed at the city commission application for government through Thursday Although fa lure. defined medically eergeathe Jtwett Etenefrtary Sciwel mates Monday after the INDAlowered mother. have net been flnalry ralrulated.
last the state board holds PTA will be heM tomorrowniajht He a4d. aeVatt. stouter' Horton believes
meeting evening benefit audI a* pension and as a complication of tMlMa-M oran .crop are theywIR
Sam DeVlto. serving hit sec compensation benefit (fee both its meetings at locations all log heart iMaisx progress beginning. at 7 30 o'ekwk. one mlUMm Sense. for the second in one af tile MOlt uaiqw po "stand up with the best

ond term at commissioner! veteran and survivors); hopttallaation *- around Florida where there are Cannon was one of the moat The meeting will l feature the month la a row. IIKMM III the world. They touch of them"

spearheaded the opposition Helaid and out-patient local leagues, with twenty-one powerful members of Jewett Junior Chorus Robert W. RtiUwkre, *xcutlv the live af everyone they cam Marvin H Walker, general
citiaeai of both race* "had care; aid and attendance; completion leagues it hat been some years as of the committee eo.arbead which- The Rev C. Bridge* will be rice prs4.al of Mutual, into contact with H* ale ae.d manager of Florid ntnis

for years and still ire free to of annual Income questionnaires aince they have met in Winter mUtt pass lint all the guest speaker.Legion aid "Ala situation has demonstrated the .importaaw' of every awnter tanners Cooperative at I I.ako
come before the commission in ; and reinstatementof Haven. bills to on spending the.need ferallposeible thereby influencing the Cub Wales, of which the Winter
open, meeting and air their Insurance for service disabled Mrs James L Yount president IB com of Ms before Co*.*****. refinement la the crop estlma Srouta, Bey Scout, and Explorers Haven organisation is a
grievance and to request veterans. of the League of Women second spite advanced' a e- Election ting procedure ao hat (row- to make the right de- charter member stockholder

change. The local chapter also assists Voter of Polk County has announced only to that of his 86yearoW era, la marke4ts their crop nsraaa alea.Laatinger told the growers (hat ht had
"We have ironed out our own In makingappllcaunforwalver that member of the ..ale counterpart Frierson Nichol American will not be MIMed by unreal- atom prafoed the district urged all of the co-op'i major

problem in the past and I feel of Insurance premiums; preparation local league will meet for dinner Sen chairman Carl Hayden D-N M., Legion Post No. I I II holding latlc *.Um....." acoutor for their activities houses to "ship aa much

It'. better this way than to havea of statement of disagreement this evening at the Haven of the Senate Approp It* annual election of officers The USDA estimated the Flo- last year In "Operation fruit as possible In fresh form

hot-headed committee comein and appeal forma; Hotel with the members of the Nations Committee Cannonmaintained today at the Legion Home. rid orange crop at $3.3 million Breakthrough" and noted acme this current season, to take a
and get thing boiling application tor continuing benefit state board at 830: and that a full acreditle He Voting I I. between 4 and I p.m. boms. The figures Include :36 of the HeOMplllIh fIItIfItI. There load off the processors.
"When you have no problems for mittlor beneficiaries following the dinner, at 7:45. was at work on up to the end The new officers will be announced million boa Of the late avaanovalwictea. are 100 more scouts in the Lake

why start them DeVitoasked. past 18th birthday when till In any members of the local group of last week. at tonight' meeting The estimate was the Region District this year than However. Walker said that

"Just what would the school; re-evaluation of condition are Invited to come to hear a After working Saturday he at I o'clock.Banks lowest mad this _Ion. last year Approximately 40 percent he anticipated no heavy carryover
committee do" asked Commissioner ; and request for increaseIn report of the League' recent complained of feeling ill the Rutledge Slid the estimate of the boys in the districtare Into the coming sea

Richard Brumbaugh.Maultsby compensation when a .r- biennial national convention in was still too Men. members of a scout program son's pack of frown concentrate

a bank and church vice-connected condition his Pittsburgh and plans for carrying ReadyContinued "The actual value of this This percentage, Last- and predicted "out of
custodian did not explain. worsened out the program adopted by 3 Fire CallsAnswered BM son's Florida orange crop inger noted i II the boat In the slock" position for practicallyall
Maultsby't request appeared to the delegates for the comingtwo ( From Page One) has been affected adversely by Gulf Ridge Council and probably single strength or other

have little support among the years.Fooiball. The planning board agrVedwith the fact that the downward adatmena one of the beat In the state canned citrus products

15 Negroes attending the meet MerchantsContinued Marlow Baxter member ) In the estimate have The Lake Region District had In talking about net returns

ing. Only one spoke for the ( From Page One) KickoffContinued HereThe who said the bank expansion come substantial late In part the season of the aftera crop more participant In the camping for the season, .Lesley said

proposal I, "It's better to was a tremendous program than any other that all Exchange affiliates
plan the city is giving the plan. Improvement has been harveaied" he said.Estimated district in the council he noted
now how to put out the fire ( From Page One) for the city and was by would receive highly satlifac
than to wait till it Pines, who serves on toe! park unanimous l production and the district also had 33 from the sslesorganlxation.
starts ticket for entry Into the tour Winter Haven Fire Department in recommendingthat fruit, : Eagle Seoul. tory payments .
Bertha Gamble said. log meter committee h>>'d council llorton aald the
ney and tickets for the bar. answered three fire the commission okay the Orange: 68.100,000 boxes, Charlie Klme. district chairman .
Mayor Telford said he felt members that a meeting is hectic may be obtained at the calls yesterday. Damage was 13-Inch encroachment on the Grapefruit: 311,000,000boxes, the annual Exchange bad been able to
there was no need for a biracial planned with city officials in golf club or at Tony's Pharmacy reported as small. Fifth St sidewalk! for the six Lime- 490,000 boxe gave, featuring progressreport of the sell at least M per cent of hisgroup'
committee at this time. the near future to discuss the concrete columns,, boxes many packed tonnage on an
The entry fee In the The first call was answeredat Tanfelon: BW.OOO same figure cited by Lastingrr *
He said they might I have parking lot bond financing proposal tourney Is $10, which Includes the corner of Seventh Stand City Attorney Peter Kalo- Tangerine! 3,800,000 boxes, FOB basis

trouble in Jacksonville, Winter 11 holes of golf the social Central Ave. SW when aNd said he was not exactlysure The Unit Leader Tribute was Don, Line, general sales

Haven Tampa and ,elsewhere Under this plan merchantsand hour and the informal dinner. a car driven by Don Davidson of the legal step that Plans Are given by former District Scout manager for the Exchangesaid
but I don't think we have that Guests of the player would be and "this" has been a frustrating
wishingto required
landlords would pay a caught fire The cause of sug Executive Bill Che twood, and
kind of
people in Lake Alfred. specified amount each year to attend the social hour and the fire was determined as a Dated the form the board's (Continued From Page One) the speaker was Introduced by year because even today

The question never did come amortize these bonds, now paid barbecue may do so for $2.50 faulty furl pump and an electrical recommendation took. Herbert J. Wilkins, council ex w* don't know just bow
to a vote. a county employ who will
off with parking meter reve per person. shortage ecutive. many oranges w* will hav.
From the Highlands made Subdivision nues. Joe Giles reported that Salty At 1:4: p.m, the department Store Owners be paid by the city Making the presentation tit the H* was referring to yesterday's .

two women requests Sol I Flelschman, television answered a call to 3403 In other business, commissioners speaclal awards was Marvin action of the USDA in
of the city. The voluntary plan if aopted ports from Continued From Pegs OM)
personality Tampa (
district boxes off
Ave. J. NW; where the owner- voted to accept a new Damjker, commission cutting one million
Mrs. Henrietta McGraff asked will be used until
only aspecial will not be able to attend
for recreation facilities occupant Ha Davison had would require barriers between apprsslal on one parcel need erOther the current Valencia orange
more tax be voted for
can the tourney as originally left the stove on while she residential commer ed for the Lucerne Park Road district and council of. estimate, making the total 34
for the children and Mayor downtown
Telford informed her that in addition the bond. area to pay planned and steps were madeto was out of the house. cal operations The board was rebuilding. This adds S6S to flrers attending the banquet In. million boxes, with approximately

to the new bathhouse and film contact the a photographer to The resulting tire caused agreed that "the highest maximum the cost of the project) eluded, Norman Wiseman district 14 million boxes tohar".t

beach recently completed on Pines told the merchants "I In addition tourney to the filming, alight: damage to the door facing protection "should be They received one bid fora district executive camping, Neal and B activities. Saxon, on the basis of thelovernm.nt'

Lake Swoope, slides and swings, have yet to meet one person a live radio broadcast will be in the kitchen, accordingto given to the residential areas, Jeep to pull a mowing machine chairman. William J, Tlckhsv figures at the

plus barbecue grills were to be landlord, tenant man on the carried over WINT with Doug the fire department.A and the ordinance will requirea but delayed action. er, district orgsnltstton and extension start of this week
placed there. street-who is opposed to the Montgomery, at the mike. hot iron on a couch result six-foot solid masonry wall They decided to advertisefor chairman. John H. The grower reelected PaulA.

Mrs. Nets Mae Burton asked suggested plan. Some tenants ed In damage to the couch and with provision that the board ao automatic curb machine Dame, district heath and safety . D la meter. C R., Line-

that the street she lived on be have offered to pay the whole some smoke damage about of adjustment (an change the The machine, which I chairman; A. T Brandon, bough and Austin T Rae at

paved. Mayor Telford Indicated amount if their landlord won't 8:15: p.m. at the residence of requirements If the residents retails at $1,275, will save district finance chairman, Loy directors for another year and

something might be done after pay" I New York I W T. Livingston, 2680 Av*. Involved agree money on curb constructionand Maxwell district leadership and named Darwin Cam of Winter

the city engineer completes a The council also parsed a resolution Q NW. make It possible to put training chairman; Fred Evans, Haven to fill a vacancy on
survey of the streets in that favoring the post office FLORIDA STOCKS In more than at present according district advancement chairman; the nine.man board

area. department enlarging Its facilities Her are the I p m closingson to McCutcneon. and Alfred Bates, council prey It was also decided to
The commission granted the here, but urging it to stay I Stock Report | Cost Is Put Florida stocks as reported At the end of the meeting, kin ntelect. chang the annual meetings

amended request of J. W. Housef downtown. by Francis I. dupont and Co. county employes held a surprise The banquet was held In the from the second Tuesday la
leldtJMillding contractor, for re- There have been increasing (Continued From Page One) Air Control 24* party for the three successful dining room of the First Pres May until the second TuesdayIn
lonUjg.of 12 lots inB, subdivision NEW YORK /Upn/ Mid. available "with frills eliminated' commi,lion candidates
umrs lately that the post of. Electric 23* byterlan Church) and membersof September so at to
to that he could build day stock pricer '"' Suh facilities as Sircondttiining Tampa Incumbents L W Dunson, Al-
lice may be moved. ; Florida Tl phon* tf Explorer Pe t III were In with the fiscal and crop
.multiple'dwellings; rather than Yesterday's meeting was American Can Co 43't healing and other Plant Induattlet 2* dine Combe and Floyd Woods charge of hospllsllty years.
single houses. Previously he had held at the Bank and Council American hardware ft such can be added later

requested rezoning of 68 lots members got a look at the American Motors 14"-" The bigger building was approved I

in the area. bank's new computer, the first American Sugar 21\\ after the three local ,
Four lots adjacent to the ACL phase of Its $300,000 expansionprogram. American T i T law banks, Exchange National ,

rlllh .f.w.y on N. Lakeshore American Tobacco 31'- Lake Region and American,

J Way were rezoned from residential The computer has 4,800 memory Anaconda Copper 43al all agreed to approve a loan
,I to commercial on Atlanta Coast Line ?Ott BANK-BY-MALE. 't.
units, and can process to the Exposition of 1129,000.
of Mrs. Mary Babcock G Wilca! 51'4
request first .
checks at 24 miles of checks up S2S.OOO from the pro
Jane DeVine. per hour. It posts all checkson Bendix Cerp. U"-" posal. The city has provided
Jollay Steel 31"Bord.n %
City attorney Henry the bank's records and on Bethlehem $$,00o and the state has 1t
said he bad no final report on Foodt 1Z"- t
individual bank statements, andit matched this amount to pro
a contemplated swap of pro Briggs Mensfacterlnl Co. 1%
automatically rejects overdraft vide the funds needed to construct . e
perty between!!!! City of Lake Alfred Burlington IndulllrlH f1
*. the building and
and the County School Carolina Power &I light nChellpe.ke % pre i /
The machine can put a deck the Showcase
Board, but that progress on ..nappral..l and Ohio 15 pare
of cards In order
any Eastman said negotiationsare
being 51
was desired In about four accords Chrysler Corp under with the Florida
Approved was the request of Cities Service Oil Ce. 70ocaCola way
Manager Don Hartsfield to It replaces It girls, as far as ISO Citrus Commission toward
proceed with conversion of util work output Is concerned, the ol..t.-p.lmollv. Co. 134 moving the Citrus Museum to

ity billing to data processing group was told. one Mills 11'4 the new alte from Its present

methods with Data ServiceInc. Continental Can 5054' location in the Florida Citrus 1 ,
of Tampa.An the request of J. N. Young of Curtis Wright 17"-" building using space badly
expected appearance of a Echo Terrace to cut a small Douglas Aircraft D'- needed by the State Department

representative from Maranetha ditch on his property for drainage Dow Chemical 72evDu of Agriculture there

Heights Retirement Hotel for purposes was ao administrative Pont 25414 The Showcase will be open

property tax exemption did not problem of the city Eastern Air Lines 224 the year round 36S days instead

materialize.The and Indicated It would be taken Eastman Kodak 121 of the seven days it was

commission decided that care ofW Ford Motor Co. IiI4tI open In the past Eastman I

General Electric 11'- said. The Showcase site is !I.

General Motor. IIt\\ acres of the Minute Maid tract

General Telephone 354 just off Lake Lulu and frontIng I e

h ea Georgia Pacific Cerp. U1Io on Cypress Gardena R-aad.
l Goodrich Rubber 5511

Goodyear Rubber 124
Gulf Oil Corp 5'-' TrafficContinued 11'1 ; v

Indian Head Mills 1144 ( From Page One) U1JAII.II \
International Harvester 7314lnterchemkd : .
Cerp. 4814 yesterday was gone today- {
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II'' Interest In Florida Cultural 1. IiL -- Realtors Tike Pledge On Code Of Ethics} ..

ana inrougn K my country:
Members of tile Wttwr Haven local board's Professional Standards To observe the Realtors
II Events Reaches Record High Board of Realtors ....... Committee, which has the Code of Ethics and conform my.
cated themselves yesterday to power to suspend or revoke conduct to its lofty Ide....
continued observance of the board membership of say member
TALLAHASBEE--Intereit in A 100 per cent lner.... In articles -- -
I Ii Code of Ethics of the National who has violated
Florida cultural events at theater attendance throughout\
I u the Realtors
Association of Real Estate The text of
a new high," Chairman-Director the sate was reported by Mrs Are yea .wIe4! wfeh HiMMt
Board during ReaHor'a Pledge Pledge is as follows:
Wendell Jarrard of the Florida Sunny Gray of Daytona Beach, ya have beee eMe Heoemraleter'
Day Board President E. N. I am a
Development Commission president of the Florida Theater 4 I Hudson announced pledge myself hftttItete wlntM

reported today Conference "Most of the little This reaffirmation ia one of To protect the individual dollar per shy *W ee for

Jarrard baaed his observation theaters are operating "In the In which realtor participate right of real estate ownershipand yen flMactal .*.....
black for the first time, ahe
on a survey made of key the opportunity
during Realtor Week. May ... to
art leaders the ..... CONTACTFinancial
throughout -
The Realtors of Winter Haven to enjoy it;
of the
state. Frank Hale, owner
will be joined by thousand of To be honorable and honest
"Without exception, they reported Poinclana Playhouse at Palm in all dealings PlanningH.
realtora all over the country ;
Beech also had a record attendance

that attendance at functions who members of the To seek better to represent
at his theater this rTe are nearly A. REISI t ASSOCIATES
of the arts in their areas 1,500 real estate boards which knowledge and competence;
has Increased" he said. year.A definite Increase of interest cni belong to NAREfi. To act fairly towards all in f. O. Im q1. Whfer Ham

Credit for the Increase was In all phases of the aria "The pledge which our members the spirit of the Golden Rule; ,......_ 23-1441
attributed to the Florida Arts In the Jacksonville area Is reported recite U of great importance To serve well my community
Festival, a statewide salute to
to prospective and ---
by Jerry Dodge,directorof every
the arts bring held for the sec "
the Cummer Art Gallery. present property owner Hud
ond year this spring The feslivat's Attendance at all events has f IOn declared "These owners
promotion of arts events been "very good" know, when they transact real

In the various communities. An upsurge of Interest In all estate business through a Realtor f IffflERHAVEN' HAHBOUR
throughout the state has slim the arts In the Fensacola area e they are being served by
ulated renewed Interest in the also la noted by Miss Leila one who has agreed to abide bya CON I DO 'MI ;IUM .
arts, leaders in the field agreed Abercrombie, curator of the Code of Ethics based on the IIArCm lit srAINI tAKE ,' '" "'r
Arts leaders also voiced the Pensscola Historical Museum Golden Rule one who has ded LUXURIOUS WATERFRONT APARTMENTS V T'
opinion that the newly formed She finds that Pensacola has icated himself to professional
Florida Arts Council will mean more cultural actlvlea than and ethical service 1 & 2 Bedroom, 1, M, & 2 Baths
a better coordination of all arts ever before and feels that the SPRING PIANO RECITAL-The.. 22 piano students of Mr. L R. Guy "Many do not realize that EXCLUSIVE FEATURES /COMPLETE RECREATION CENTERCON

programs In the stata Pensscola Junior College la a presented their annual spring recital at the Civic Center Sunday. Participant; were, there is a difference between .DO.Mid.I.DM: DEED I TITLE POLICY TO EYERY.APT.
Queried were directors or per real boon to the community'scultural front row from left, Marcia Deedrick, Rex Coe, Sharon Grant, Bob Revels, Kandi Hicks, a realtor and 'just any real estate
December I Il
tons active in art shows, museums activities. Attendanceat Delores Garner, Margaret Thompson, Teresa Smith, Craig Seay, and Charlene Revels broker or salesman." A Guaranteed Delivery for

the theater, dance the Pensacola Museum has Back row, from left, Deborah riggers, Franklin Dicks, Melinda Steort, Fred Ridley, realtor U one who has subscribed *.uMul fvraiiKtd .......1 .p.rtm.n' epee every tV from 10 .......i p.m.
concerts, lecture and festivals Increased to more than 1,000 Christine Attkition, Jeff Beailey, Judy Brooke, Jeff Steort, Deborah Wilson, Dennis to this Code of Ethics
An Increase In persons attending persons a month this spring, Dicks, Linda Owen, Robert Helm, end Mary Jane Hodges and only members of the local From 10,750 "I 45 per month
the Winter Park Side she reported board and NAREB may
SUM' Agent A. J Lynd
walk Arts Festival and also In use the term, which Is registered
the number of artists participating ! FORT WORTH. Tex. (UPI) as a collective mark (similar PCS sin .....t, N.w. (u. s *t?) Phenol misosAnolhtr
was reported. Last Rail Union Leader Calls Piano StudentsFor -Fort Worth public schools began to a trademark) In the U. S. superb wt.rfronl Condominium n*rlm.nl
year 50,000 persons attended; Integration In the fall of Patent Office" Hudson explain dmlopmtnt '/ bring 2. Mann t Atnettltissssssssssssssss

this year 80,000 And 500 adults 1981, the last major city In ed.The ssssssssDon't
and 12,000 student artiste displayed Texas to do so. code is enforced by the
their works. Obedience To Order Have RecitalWASHINGTON

William Royal, who Is director -

of the Ballet Royal Schoolat (UPI) -- A Brotherhood of Locomotive The piano students of Mrs.
Winter Park, also noticed rail union leader today calledon Firemen and Englnemen Leone R. Guy presented their :: i,n't" ( '.
an Increased attendance at ballets his members to obey a federal BDFE, also urged railroads annual spring recital Sunday ':h ,;
performed by his troupenot court order banning wild- to refrain from taking Job-cut afternoon at the Civic Center. blir. '
only In the Orlando area cat strikes over terms of an ting steps that the union la Twenty-two students participated t: ::

but at Deland, Daytona Beach arbitration award.H. challenging before the arbitra- In the concert which ':-'. "i
and West Palm Beach. "I would E. Gilbert, president of the tion board. featured Individual selections
estimate that attendance was Gilbert said some carriers and a special "Tribute to RaGk
up 20 to 25 per cent over last were taking steps that would Mozart" program
year," he reported. Viet Nam Gets disrupt seniority systems and In all, 27 numbers were presented
Kenneth Donahue, director of force some firemen to move ringing from such old
the Ringllng Museums and of long distances to retain Jobs. time favorites as "Easter

the Florida Arts Exhibit at the This Is creatingan"exploaive" Parade," by Irving Berlin, to
I New York World's Fair, reported Pledge Of AidSAIGON situation, he said. such well known clsssics as bTn
a 17 per cent increase In "I know emotions are running Johann Strauss' "Blue Dan. .
attendance at all museum tuna high but this la a court ube."

lions, Including art shows, the South Viet Nam order and It must be obeyed," Following the entertainmentpart
ater performances and lectures. (UPO.-Defens. Secretary Robert Gilbert said. Railroad spokesmen of the program awards
S. McNamara, guarded by warned that workers who were presented to a numberof ,,
Donahue, who hal Just returned nearly 1,600 police and troops refused to show up for work studenti. The students received t
from the New York World's because of a Communist threatto without a lawful excuse maybe S
Fair, said he is Impressed with kill him, today pledged U.& fired If the work stoppages awards were: Debris ,.
the new Image that other per aid to Viet Nam "for however continued Garner, school pennant from
sons have of Florida. "They It Sherwood Music School: Margaret .
long la required" to win the Federal Judge Alexander
now think of ua as being from guerrilla war.McNamara. Thompson composer
Holtzoff granted a permanent
a mature state one that la not arrived from card from Sherwood Music
just selling sunshine but ts Weal Germany for a two-day walkouts injunction over Monday terms barring of any the School; Linda Owen. Marcia

Interested In cultural activi assessment of the war against award. He advised the union to Deedrlck and Deborah Drig-
ties." the Viet Cong He Immediately lake gets, "Pre-A" Certificates;
to the
complaints arbitration -
Agreeing with the WngUng began talks with the U. S. diplo- board for clarificationand Teresa Smith, Charlene Revels m .
director, Herbert C. Milleney, matic and military chiefs here. and Marcia Deedrlck, "A"
then come Into court If 11Will"
executive director of St. Vietnamese police Saturday Certlfl th: MarcIa Deedrlckand
not satisfied with the re-
Petersburg's Festival of States, uncovered a plot to blow up abridge sults.Holtzoff. Melinda! Steort "B" Certificatea. .
stated, "The Florida Aria Fes- along McNamara's route said defiance of hisorder Franklin Dicks, Judy Via' J
Ural has definitely stimulateda Into town from the airport But Books, and Mary Jane t ft"
could result In contemptof ,
greater awareness of the arts today, his motorcade avoided court findings against union Hodges, "C" Certificates: .re 4. ,
In Florida and has made othersIn that route and took aide streets leaders who encouraged any Dennis Dicks "D" Certificate:
the nation awar that the state to reach the U. S. Embassy walkouts. Deborah Wilson and Jeff
Is not just sand and beach. without Incident.
Steort "E" Certificates: and
Gilbert, who said the Injunction -
but has many Individuals who Three suspects caught laying was a "harsh" one, was Jeff Beasley. "C" Certificate
appreciate the arts" wires near the bridge
were arrested Other students participating
busy trying\ to end a walkout
Melleney said thai a record Saturday, but other
against the Milwaukee Road at In the program Included: Kan-
crowd attended this year's Festival members of the terrorist group Spokane, Wash. dl Hicks. Fred Ridley. Clynda
of States despite the fact were believed still at
The BLFC's main complaint Williams, Bob Revels Sharon
that It was held two weeka later Because of the threat, unprecedented
appeared to be directed against Grant, Franklin Dicks, Christine
than usual As estimated 450-
security precautions actions taken by some railroadsto Atklsion, and Delores
000 saw the and were
persons parade ordered. A battalion
firemen Learner Craig Seay, Rex
another 830,000 witnessed It on of about 450 battle-rady Vietnamese require long-service
Coe Robert Helm and Mar.
whose Jobs are protectedfor ,
TV.An Increase in attendance at 1,000 paratroopers Vietnamese pollcem.n reinforced life under the award, to garet Thompson.The .
distances or take Jobs stage decorations for
move long
all cultural activities In St. around the airport and routes
Petersburg was noted by Will- Into town. away from home to stay on the the performance were through

lain Dunn, leisure and arts editor payroll. courtesy of Mrs W. A.
of the St. Petersburg Th. union la not contestingthe Cteort, Mrs Glen Hicks, and
Times, "Interest In the arts ls HOLLYWOOD UPI>-JulietProwse camera right to lay off Mrs C. J. Ridley.
will be a familiar face
snowballing," la his observation more than 3,000 firemen with
on Ed Sullivan's CBS.TV show8he'a
"People attend one event less than two years service, a + ,
expected to return to hit union said. The LAKE ALFRED /' r
and like It and end up attending spokesman
program alx times during the
others He sees an awakening award eventually may eliminate Mr. and Mrs Dorman Sellers
next II months
In not one but all of the arts, 33,000 firemen's Jobs and children of Vero Beach .. \

the weekend with his .
----- spent :
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harold "

An Important MessageTo Sellers.Mrs Leroy Hostler was a

guest over Mother's Day of her '
daughter and family Mr. and ,
Mrs Jack Banks and childrenof Y

The Voters of Polk County! Mrs Ft. Lauderdale.Claude Bowman was a dLR, I uafi,

member of the chorus of the !

Winter Haven Woman's Club If 1
which entertained at the last
meeting of the club this season.

Your continued support In the Tax Collector's rote will be appreciated She was accompanied by Mrs
Nonnast also a member -
i Let's finish the Job and elect J. I. Thorahill, Jr., Tex Collector of Emory of the club.

Polk County I Codington Home Demonatratk -
Club members who won rib Be Agitated.
Te all ef my friends who voted for me and supported ma, I extendmy bona at the county-wide .

most sincere thenki.' .Ta these of you who supported another candidate, Achievement Day In Bartow
Mrs Leroy
last week were
won't you now join with me and finish this job we have sterted and elect hostler Mri. Leona MtMillen ififfll
Where YOU
Put Are
Wilson and Mrs a
capable, full time Tax Collector not dominated or controlled by say |reusr > Henry Mrs Stanley Machsuts.RALEIOH " r

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Episcopal Churchman H.IJ s

Final Meeting Of The s.-n

The Episcopal Churcfcwcnte of taw eaecutlve based are Mrs.rreatar r
I nt st Paul' Episcopal Cburefe Mooty Mid the Guild

held their final meeting el the ...........; Mr.*, Sue rtsher, St. i
year following the Ascsnston Catherine's Q M; Mrs Jack

Day Italy Eucharist which war Alls. St A_' Guild, and 14tid
celebrated by The Rev CyrilN Mrs John R. Dame, St Icy
Sturrup During tile eerrkea Cecilia' Guild.Junior 8ILLt tun
the new officers of tile Spaaco

pal I Churchwomen were teeun. Rainbow Girls
ed and the spring United Thank Auxiliary
Offering was tagatkered.
Mrs Robert Shrine ewtaing Gives BanquetFor Have Installatioh
/: president. of the BntaeaftelChruchwomen
announced that MothersFifteen The newly elected oMmrs of
p the scrapbook prepared by Mrs the Order of Rainbow for Girls
Lyle Swift had won second were Installed In impend
prIZe ai the recent diocesan an members of the formal ceremonies Sunday
American teuton Junior group Jean Van Arndall la Worthy
nual meeting held in Daytona t
Beach She also! announced the entertained their mothers Sat- 4 Advisor. Jane Hayman la charin .

election of atrs. J. B. Scott Sr., urday night with a Mother's and Main* lube, hope; Linda
of St Catherine's Guild to the Daughters Banquet. The tables Helnly. faith Sandra Hanktns,
recorder Sheila Mitchell, treasurer
were decorated with gardenias
diocesan office of of
and each guest had a number Brenda Ogden, chaplain.
Bishop Inn.
of favors, fins from merchantswho Mary Taylor, drill leader:
Annual reports were given at donated the articles. Donna fcrlkxon love; Ruth Ann
follows Mrs R. V. Deem
A buffet supper of fried chicken Uearmln, religion; Glenda Saye,
United Thank Offering; Mr.. Dolores Donation, Immortality .
scalloped nature
potatoes green --- --- ;
John H. Dame, Christian Education beans Maureen Mitchell
tossed salad, cake and ;
YOUNG AUTHOR and Church Periodical Ice tea was served RAINBOW GIRL OFFICERS fidelity.

receives" award Club; Mrs William Smith Mia- Installed In formal ceremonial. Sunday afternoon in the Matonie Temple werethe Margaret Rapp, patriotism;
don and Supply and Mrs R
; the Junior'schairman Beard aervtce, Anita
Linda ,
Cathy Baugh
I elected officers of the Order of Rainbow for Girli Left to
B. Welter Promotion. presided over the newly right are Bennett, confidential observer:
HersH'w The group voted donations .. banquet and introduced the Jane Hayman charity Glenda Stewart, Worthy Anociate Advisor; Jean VanAridall. Vada Bennett outer observer,

Chosen! two mlsslontrfes and a seminarian guests. Two comedy skits were . Worthy Advisor Linda Hienly, Faith, and Elaine Rabe, Hop., Mary Faulk, musician and Pan

education project. Boxes ehoyed during the program Krebs, choir director.
Helen King, nine-year-old of used clothing and householdarticles One-was given by Debbie Clarke.
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Gen will be acM to the Epls> Diane Crabtree,Susan and Alice r-- SITZ1NG PRETTY
copal Church Cuban Refugee Baugh, ReD Sconover Susan I-
has received
Leedy, a published Miss JonesIs Newnfcn Back In the sits bath era
commendation of "excellence" Center In Miami Anyone wishing Berthlsel and Martha
ladles of the day who couldn'tafford
to contribute theae items The second group pruenttncan.multn
for developing an original ceding -
ofH.rrt.1 Iv. the luxury of a trip to
to an unfinished toi'y In should contact Mn. Robert skit was composed e + Baden Baden Saratoga Springsor
Jack and Jill magazine, the EntertainedWith Wagner. Crabtree, Susan, MarJory some other famous spa,
children' monthly published by A new constitution and bylaws Florence
whipped their own by
and Glenda up spa
Van Horn, porlsDay 1
the Curtis c
Publishing Company. for the Episcopal Churchwomen dumping buckets of hot water
"We were not aware that of St. Paula has been Clarke. ind a handful of isleratus as
Helen bad even entered the contest CoffeeA adopted by the guilds. soda was then known Into
until the award was delivered Mrs, Shriver presented her The high light of the evening 1erg their Ua silt bath
to us," exclaimed Mrs. gavel to the new president, was the presentation of a

Leedy, proudly. "Helen ta a profusion of spring flowers Mrs. M. E. Schoenthaler Jr. District Horn Award senior to Miss chairman MarjoryVan of -
child with a vivid imagination Other new officers are Mrs R.
were used Saturday when Mrs Junior Activities, Mrs. Lonnii
and has shown a great InterestIn V. Beem first v president r r :
art--but I believe this washer R C. Truett and Mrs Otis and United Thank Offering Custodian Ivy, president of the Unit made lilt:
Bice entertained at the home the award and expressed her
first time at attempting to
Mrs. John H Dame
of the latter with coffee her
a lovely appreciation to her and
do any writing, she added. second vice president and Christian .
honoring Miss Joann Jones, mother, Mrs A. C. Van Horn
Three months ago Jack and bride-elect of John Jason Jr. Education Chairman; Mrs who has been this year's Senior .
Jill editors invited youngsters C. II. Walsh third! vice-president .
Coffee was served from the Sponsor Mrs. Van Horn presented THIS EMBLEM .
to submit their own conclusionsto and Christian social relations with .
dining room table which was each Junior present .
the story "Suspected covered with a cutwork cloth chairman; Mrs. Robert, her Auxiliary membership pin. >ny; .
Sabotage, which appeared secretary; Mrs. George Dormon Mrs. .
and was centered with an arrangement Crabtree spoke on the .
without an ending. of pink and while treasurer; Mrs. Percy Burma. privilege of wearing this emblem .
In the May issue of Jack and roses Queen Anne's lace and ter. mission and supply chair. which stands for sacrificeand a
JUl there is a special five- stokeiia. man; Mrs. II M Simmons, love of our Country.
page feature section which cites church .
periodical club Chair.
Mn Cecil Hendenon and .
those who were selected for
this award, from the hundredsthat Mill Phyllis Smith poured dur man; Mrs. Otis Mumrwhlte Billowing sleeves are turning ter.I identifies :
promotion chairman Mrs Lyle
ing the appointed hours, and
were from all
In or chiffon on
Swift, scrapbook; Mrs AustinT up crepe
parts of the world. punch Hollmeyer was served by Miss Nan. Race college work chairman bride.maid dresses It's partof \ A WAGON
cy and the Tom Jones influence on '
Miss Fannie Smith,
The honoree and her moth.
The Newcomers Club I will .I
Representative to the United fashion, a look fashion seers
have covered dish tomorrow er Mrs Roy Jones wore or
a supper SPONSORS.
Church Women Other members call "the gentle woman spirit"Around .
chid to them
evening at six o'clockin corsages given by
the Youth Center All mem the hostesses Mm Jones was MEMBERSHIP PINS were presented Saturday night at the Moth.r-D.ught.r ..

bers are requested to attend and also presented with a silver The Town banquet held by the Junior Auiiliary Cathy Baugh, left, junior president, was Sans of pratT* In the '
newcomers to the city are invite bread !tray standing by when Mrs Lennie T. leap presented pin to Cheryl Schoonover. buin' M and c.'ffhIlIt.' ofyouf # i

*. eomrnunity.

Teenagers r Enjoy formal Danceprovided At Yacht Club New Arrvnsf'Irion ; / Ne.Tim Tl, Winter Order of Haven Eastern. Chapter Mar rut Information railat4asas

will meet tonight In the Masonic

The spring formal for the teenagers the Lake R Yacht and Country Mr. and Mr. Lather Blanton Temple, Worthy Mrs Grand Adds Matron Robertson .

nub Saturday night drew the largest crod of any oU her teenage event held at are the parents of a eon born wltt make her official visit Mrs
at I OS p.m yesterday la the
KEEP ,1 the club. II. Eugene Freed requests a
Winter Haven Hospital. The
it TOU I VI A buffet served, Mrs James C. Hunter will be Mr. and Mrs. K. J. Hlnksoa baby weighed la at ten poundsand full attendance A banquet at
supper was ale p m will precede" the meet.ing
hostess and daughter have moved to r
at her home tonight at seven ounces
and music for
dancing was This will be held In the
by the Eldorados.an eight o'clock to the members Winter Haven from TKuaville A son, welifhtni seven pounds
eight-piece orchestra from of JsnPhyl Auxiliary. Mrs and are artting stilted la\ their and five ounces was born at dining room of the Temple

St. Petersburg Rent DiCris- George Thornhill will be eohostess. home on Lowell Road 9:II last evening In the Winter .
with M,. and
Every day a Hospital
Halnes tina, teenage City, member sang popular from The Eagle Lake Civic League Kappa Delta AI...... will Mrs. Johnny U. Alexander.Dr. How Do You Choose A Kindergarten
hold Informal meeting at
an aad Mrs. Larry Baker
selections during intermission.More will have covered dish lunch
than thirty tables a ten a m tomorrow at the homeof are announcing the birth of 1. CIITI'IIO TIACNII WITH' A PIOIIOA TIACHINCCUTI'ICATI
FEDDERSWorld's were eon al twelve noon tomorrowIn Mrs Joe K. Hays 1J1S North son, Thomas Allen May 8th In .
effectively: decorated with
the Community House Mrs Lake Elbert Drive Plans for Flint, Mich He Is also being 1. SMALL ClAlt
Largest Selling Air Conditioner spring hurricane flowers lamps encircled by John Burr and Mrs Leon Welch rushing and a social at Snively's welcomed by two brothers, Ken. 1. UNIVIIIITr ITANOAIOS 'OI LIAININ PIO.RAM..
will be hostesses The
program Cabin will be made Mn E
rtfth and Stanley Mrs BakerIs
Records were given as will be "Higbwsys and BywaysIn P Roberts Jr "41M3 be ONLY
may the former Miss Kay Phyllis
prizes during the evening Florida" and will be given
contacted for further details
Clouser of Winter haven D/
Decorations for the event by Mrs Clark B. Davis. Merry Moppets KindergartenHAS
Th.,,,,. were created by Mrs Richard Marine Pvt. Calvin J. Mills, Baker has been serving his Internship
lid Daniels, Mrs Charles Hetxer In Flint and July lit REGISTER NOWI
son of Mrs I. M. Mills. Is ALL THIII -
Gatrill.. Mrs Dan Griffith and Mri.Gearl' The Elks Auxiliary will meet will start practice In Parkland
scheduled to complete recruit CY 1-3)12 *r CT 4.1210
./ Kendrick.Mr. Thursday at the club The board Ore as an osteopath
training today at the Marine
of directors will meet at II
Corps Recruit Depot, parrts _.
and Mrs Sparksnaa Ball
QLSr.../ a.m. Luncheon will be servedat
: Fell left today for a trip to Atlanta, noon, followed by a business hland. S. C
Ga where they will be Joinedfor meeting and bridge.
i-Yar several days by their sonla The Garner Kindergarten INI d -
Matter's Cine will have a coffee .W ,1
law and daughter Mr. and
Mr. and Mrs. Richard Ita",. Maul la.nexay see ,""j"'
tomorrow morning at 5:30; ,
__ Mr.. Robert Hayes Jr. of Urns. 1i.
Ohio. and children are newcomers to at the Trinity Methodist Church sea +Mt
Winter Haven having moved All prospective kindergarten M N..l.

M iW ',..Ia. Sisters, llavta Tea* here from ZephyrhiUs mothers are Invited to attend.

W."tyr pie ri, will meet Thursday night
at eight o'clock la the K of P
r Hall.

Wednesday MorningSPECIALS
MWffli II,.. James (Fanla) Tbenp
aen Jr. was admitted to UKT
Winter Haven Hospital yesterday .
L EASY PAY PLAN and Is scheduled to undergo .

surgery today,

CALL: CY 3-1620 NOW . miSled Mrs. E C. Bennett was cIit. We Clota At Noon Wed We drove 3,243 milesto
yesterday from the Winter

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was a patient tor several days a point our

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Recitals On Same Side DeathOf ,

Academy g| Alta nudraU ta 1i .
pia.' .., yoke, drama and French Abigail Vim HHFCM School
were presented in recital this BoyThe
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weekend at the Academy Rental
Hall 1 i and St. Joaeph DEAR ABBY: Why do 10 nlaay .. DEAR ABBY: A young. rather pretty little
School. with dog have so little regard far IheIsePI' married woman live next door to me. and sheis father of a Barlow High jrc; u
Student of Mr*. Nadine Hoffman comfort? When we visit these people, ...* ** always telling me that a door-to-door salesman . School student who was killed
and Mi Elaine Gcmmel jumps up on us the moment the, door la agamd. mid a pea at her and she 'had to put list December when a :
As soon as we sit down the dog +Jump! on him 1 in his place She claims the mailman, milkman car 11' _
took went out of control
duel part in Kali re !the furniture right next! to us Whan we ik at and grocery man have also made improper plowed
Included: Quinn, the dining room table. the dog to under the advance to her, and she had to tell them off. through a group of student
Simmte McNeal, Neil Andrew table, with his nose on our IMS. He even put Abby. I have the same mailman, milkman waiting to board buses has _
Barbara DeVlto, Kale Quinn, Ms paws up on the t tablet !*. ''beggur" tor grocery man, and the same salesmen caJUn flied I damage sit asking _
Suzanne Kondor Marilyn Layton food (The master thinks not)** of feed% (fee on me, and I have never had one speck oftrnubto more than _.GOO. _
Billy Vlnaon Susan Turn. animal from his hand end then f,* t\f en with my of them. Do you think abe I II Kenneth Eugene: Thompsonfiled
er, Peggy HoUliter, Butch eating. Yich'!) We love dog, Abby,_ and have making all this up, or can It be truo? suit In the death of his
Jones always had one. But when we entertain, our dog
Judy Ronald.
with the guest. Do WONDERING son
to not Included you agree
Kitchens, Angela Sue Wilson with those who have the "Love us, love I our Defendants are Mrs Margaret .
Patty Dowd Stephanie Hreso, dog" altitude Or can you lee our aide of ttT DEAR WONDERING She' probably making Friable, widow of the
Glen Andrew, Jane Johnson, It up. But If ealy a part of II I II true, she should publisher of the Polk County
Shelly Jones, Gary Winstead, TIlE "E.." In IttLLSBOROUSH take a good look al herself ta. the mirror, and Democrat, her two sons. Loyal vu
Linda Gerlach, Barbara Win. llntra .. herself talk and Richard aa executors of
Bate, Rebecca Pat Mac. DEAR "EV: I cat mere thai SEE year
Hreio e e e their father's estate; and Associated
Clarence Jocelyn Henry, Mike side of It-I'm ON Ill! Publication. Corporation
Ralden, and Janice Thompson a S a a DEAR ABBY: Re the man who accused his publisher of the paper
good and faithful wife of every dirty deed in the
Drama students of Mn Jennie DEAR ABBY: With so much divorce and book: I have been down that road myself, and Mrs Friable was driving the
Sutton and voice student remarrying these days lent there some weddln I, too was sick at heart at all' tny husband'saccusations comp&ny-owned car when the
of Mrs Nadine Hoffman who etiquette for divorced parents of the bride and and suspicions until I learned that accident occurred. e
performed were Mary Sigman, groom? Say the brides parents are divorcedend It all came from his own guilty conscience Several other suits have
Theresa Williams, Beverly have both remarried but the bride wants Everything he was accusing me of doing HE been filed by parents of some
Bradshaw, Paulette Sutton, Anne her real father to give her away Where does was doing-the rat. of the 16 students who were " i a Mgg amagg m jj,-M
Hollmeyer, Susan DiLorento the father go to sit after he has given the bride injured In the accident. SEARS SERVICE
PERSONNEL-The Winter Haven branch of Sean Roebuck and
away" Surely he doesn't go to sit with I the bride's VIRGINIA BEACH ,
Vicky Reynolds and Mary mother, ,,'ho" sluing with her present husband! Co hat added three servicemen to its staff to service all Sears appliances. From left,
Beth Vlnson And If everyone Is friendly, and the father's AM OLYTII BACKHOLLYWOOD George Stillu, L. C Turner service supervisor from the Atlanta' office, Gerald Evans
French students of Mrs Georgette present wife <* invited to the wedding, where a a a a (UPI) Ann and Bill Pitcher.HOLLYWOOD.
Layton who presented an does SUE lit? Should she be right up front with Get It off your chest. For a perlOD.lDo Blyth returns from semi-retire
appropriate skit were Paul the relatives/ in the wedding ]party, and beside ment to tar this summer in
Wells, Jimmy Welts, Cecilia her husband at the head table at the wedding published reply write to ABBY, Box 69700 "Sound of Music" at the Dallas (UPI tuip have announced plans togo Iii AvUes, Cynthia Wells, Marilyn dinner? Los Angeles, Calif 90069. Enclose a stamped. State Fair among other straw Mi tio Uoldwyn Mayer 20th ahead with constructing a for all three production comranlrs -
Layton and Star Snivel)'. NEEDS TO KNOW envelope. hat appearances Century-Fox and Columbia Pic- mammoth studic in the Malibu .

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DEAR NEEDS! The bride' mother and For Abb,', booklet, "How To Have A Lovely "" fJ1<;; "Vt'
; preienl family itt I.! the first pew. The bride's J Wedding," send SO cents to Abby, Box 69700, Ne .3 ,1 ( 1') ',kqr I'
lather, after giving away his laughter l. marriage Los Angeles Calif 90069.
FAMILYPLEASE then goes to sit with his present wife and
family I. the second pew. The father' present
wife sit braid aim at the wedding dinner 9 M.Nauht. Irndlnl. *. In*. 1164

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Bright guests tasting, tool but not Cities Of The World "' it :' :

sharp, Kraft French is the /:',,,, to> Even r' ,

one that everybody likes- CALCUTTA million, of whom no fewer than ( \ ':."b.
kid and too. ( 'h
grownups one and a half million are refugees ,, '
It'i far and the (EDITOR'S NOTE: What ...litr
away The hungry and homeless
I . my'
favorite! makes a city great other than r ''!W
sleep In the streets outside the \'" > h
f 1 1paf11a0 Us size alone? This Is another continent's, gayest hotels k kE ;;

In a series of dispatcher: on Sacred cows contrlbue to the it E w r'scooter's 1iI
IS of the great cities of the frequent traffic Jams India's I ,,.f.;.., '" < r

world, written by UPI correspondents biggest port Is In constant danger 1-; : ,r"' '
who work and live ,'" rooter :,
of being silted a .
up. ,'r,','. "N :--.;
In them. Calcutta seems less businesslike '''? .. .. ;
than Bombay though it ). for " to ,' .'
By does more business It lacks "
; "% ",' "
failed Press International the stately monumentality of J! I ,
CALCUTTA India (UPl-All) New Delhi though It was the tt. .j. "': :
1 great cities have their contrast capital of British India until i l Methyl : .. : ,
MA I and paradoxes, but Calcutta 1912; it outstrips both those cities ..I, '\ iIt
lakes them to extremes, in cosmopolitan glitter and !It tI a .. ... -: v,
India's largest and richest abysmal squalor IN EXERCISE Marine I I:1 41( .. ,
city it has a population of alt Though !it is the most Indianof Lance Corporal hiss Tel- :

cities, Calcutta was foundedby Icy Jr., son of Mrs M. E. .;OTffJ*
the British Myeri of 926 21th St., i .. ;
The British may have felt at .
Winter Haven, .
home with the humidity, which combined particlpatad '" 'f $.. '

as probably Is twice not that the of temperature London, but, armed force In a training operation ,: <

-IIA called I I "QuickKick" .
which Is pleasant during the 1 1t.
\ .
winter but frequently climbs at Camp Lejeune, .
over 100 during the summers N.C. while serving with a 0\-
After the partition of India, battalion landing team of i1. ) \"
GARDEfCCENTER and of Bengal into East Pakistan the Second Marine Divl- ,."I. 01 .'
and West Bengal, Calcutta lion. The exercise brought .
became the capital of West units of the Navy, Marine JI "'tt '
GOOD GARDEN BUYS Calcutta Bengal State.resents A being Bengalee classed of Corps, Army and Air Force .- ((1.

together for a tea aitault
with Its temporary residents,
Wed. Thurs.a May 13th -14th that rootless floating population lending

of refugee from Pakistan and
Job seekers from the back year, and all too often lead to
SCARIFIED 4-7-5 country. The proper Calcuttan rioting and violent death
considers that hia city, the The port of Calcutta Is the
Bahia Grass SeedArgentine birthplace of the Nobel Prize. biggest In India serving an
FERTILIZER winning poet Rabindranath Ta- area bigger than the United
gore Is still the cultural capital Kingdom and France put together ,
: of India A Calcuttan thinksof with a population of
89c 50-Lb. lag himself and his city more or about ISO million The hinter
1g. ,,. less the same way as a BostonIan land of Calcutta, with IU rap
thinks of himself and Bo- Idly-developing Iron and steel W

: ton industry Is now referred to ss
88 The present population of Calcutta the future Ruhr of Inl*. Hall
.29c nus.1"GERANIUM is genuinely cosmopolitan.It of all India's exports such

bus India's largest population as tea, Jute mica and manganeie .
of Westerners, and of Orientals are shipped from Calcutta 4 t 1w
from Tibet to Tokyo The .

29"! 4 $ } OO number of Westerners Is in fact Imports and exports through
'for larger today than it was duringthe Calcutta total 10 million tons a
or days of the British reign year
Calcutta's geographical aitua
Even after nearly two decades lion Is the reason for her pride t
of religious strife between and her problems Midway be

50 Ft. Moslems and Hindus, more twevn Europe and the Orient,
4 than one in six residents of serving the fertile valleys of
5/8 InchPlastic Calcutta Is a Moslem The Indian both the Ganges and the
Moslem population numbered
Brahmaputra rivers. well as
one million in the 1961 the strategic Himalayan states

Whlrlaway census, and there la Pakistani of Nepal, Sill 111m. Bhutan and .-. _- J-
GARDEN HOSE Modem population of 100,000., Tibet Calcutta Is too close for
Calcutta's politics are paradoxical comfort to the Paksitsnl borderan
SPRINKLER India's Communistsclaim artificial barrier across

wide soaking action unconditionally guaranteed cutta West capital Bengal as their and Its stronghold Cal.. which refugees comes to swell a steady the populationof flow of It's an important gasoline discovery I Methyl steps up

Reg. $244 .... $ 99 Kerala. But, where unlike the such Communists a state as of the the shantytowns unemployed the and ranks the octane performance so effectively that it stops power-wasting

$J.4t $3.11 enjoyed a brief spell of poweron chanting columns of street

the votes of farmers and marchers The flow became a ,knock better than any other antiknock compound. Methyl spreadsmore
workmen, the Calcutta Comma- flood following the communal

ORTNO-GRO nuts office include workers a large, teachers leaveningof students this riots In East. Pakistan earlier evenly throughout all cylinders of your engine, stands up
Buy A Gallon Only leadership, artisans Is and provided lawyers.The by. population has doubled under extreme temperatures. And it's in Standard gasolines
In the 20 The
pat years
Ortho-Cro lot. .
of ,/ professors, barrister and otherintelltctu.l recalling I problems were
many of whom (Crown and Crown Extra.at no
wttai you buy .1 ron .neat Several summed up by the Economic
oetse are virulently pro-Peking Weekly of Bombay as follows"Scarcity :
cjottan at hundred of them were put of houses, overcrowdIng increase in price Another

I.". Price of |4.f IOR into protective jail custody after In educational Institutions, STANDARD
the Sino-Indlan border war middle class unemployment that we take better care of your
buy .*. quart for broke out In 1M3. Since their refugee concentration, shortageof
Special e. the Quart Slit release, they have snatched the adequate water supply lack MasY. ,yl-wadenwk foe w4anaea es.nyoued OIL
of the party back
of sanitation and other essential
ONLY $139 i.... u.**> from the anti-Peking, pro-Mos- health facilities, the Inadequacy .

row faction. of tra port, the overall .
pow.rfuland Ir.II.
But however lack of maintenance of pub
t ali
.ulate the Communist in "
to be. and despise lic utilitte
utta claim
An Integrated approach to
of seats they al
ARRfLLS the number
Calcutta' crushing problem is
In the metropolitinmum.
way let
new being attempted by a newer
and the
nliltion. financed partly by
of the state kgulatur -
. two hou
bin the Ford Foundation. It is the
IIIto Com mil"' nev
I tr i"nr clo.** to yen a Red Calcutta Metropolitan PlanningOrganuakm WinStandaro@
ARDtHjCENTER Ooni mated coalition established in
June 1961 "to secure and pro
(alcutta .Is a seat karnlag of
mote the development the

SOUTHEAST PLAZA Road but are possibly its thousands the most of unbridledon student. Calcutta to metropolitan plan to secure area the according ...n no increasem in price!

Cypress Gardens earth Demonstration by
health safety convenience or
of refugees or both
293.8478If "
Phone day In the welfare of inhabitants
occur nearly every C .

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Tuesday. May 12 1964

Doily Hats Complete t Qty Employes) Hnt Shook..,. Up Only

News-Chief SPORTSI Triple Boner, w- Wrights 11S.oftbal After ST. PAUL-MINNEAPOUs Fall

(UP) -Catcher Earl Bitu\
Beat BirdsBy 1 a. Games was waMtag word from doctor,
today c* when he could KM
back to the Minnesota TWin
Vtt4' Press hrterMtfcMlWashington
Team -
The City Employee defeated ,
has town the Batty was recuperating oj
scene of some historical foulups I lamps Wholesale 10-1 and St. Bamabai HoepKal follows
but this GIN! was the granddaddy H rights Ice downed Waverly a blow a* the head In Sund\
I o( them tU ,a : ui I in Recreation League softball game weal Kansas City
Defeats Brandon To five you tome idea ot the games ai the Little League He WM Injured when he 111,111 i,
confusion. Gil Hodges Mid h* Field las ....... a senaattonal catch of r.mi;

The Winter Haven Swim Club Although the teem will have "never MW anything like if City Ewytsrea got off to a popup aft the bnt of Km: ,,.
racked up Zt first piece finish a ruU-time coach In the not even during his Dodger five I ran toad .M the second Inn. City's Ooorge Williams RatuonehoMM >
day In Brooklyn.It ins added hot In tile the ball while rm
es, Z2 second place, and summer, fourth
21 a of
third place finish* as group seven parents *U happened during the two In the MIl and one ta the slag toward UM seats thru
they de are coaching them until the .
I fated the Brandon Swim Club new coach can take over. The seventh Inning ot a game In sixth on only eight bite tripped over a tarpaulin an.i
which struck .has head against a m..t.d..1foMmg i
Washington outlasted
by a convincing SM-77 in the temporary coaches are, Mr.
first home meet of the season and Mrs. William Richards, Baltimore, ..., Monday night 4 Tampa Wheieaale leered Its chair.
Here 4Win' only nw in the feet Inning
Saturday. Mrs. Jim Comers Mrs. Lynn better wa the pay picture attention; andyou'd because P Wrights stored single rung In Bittey. said he ws tracked
Wood Mr Thorns and
Roy some of the principals : the second, third and fourth inn- momentarily unconscious: by tin
Mr. and Mrs John McNetah.
crack on the bead.
inns and added seven big
didn't, and what It ran
a men
regular coach, who will
Colts Down caused In the sixth. Wrights collected "The first thing I rememberIs
take over in the summer la
10 hit, getting five of them Doc Lent (Twins' trainer I
The Senators filled the bate
Bob Riser a Polk County A ..tI' In the sixth when they scored tolling me, 'Earl you ran !let
Physical Education Instructor. with one out and the score tied. .our' C oven times.Waverly HO of the ball now' Battryaid.
Giants H Taking first place honors In J-all. Bennie Daniel lofted a .
the Saturday meet were: Greg oft fly to ihtBowcwiter and GALLOP CLUB HORSE SHOW EVENT-Hiohlight of the youngii.n' annual show scored! It* lone run "I Ml kind of dluy so Doi
Ntth.ra. Mark Barr, John Pie- Don Lock scored from third ai Sunday at the Polk Riding Club grounds was" the 'Grandmother Clan" for the sponsors In the fourth on contecwtfr hH had me lay down for about an
mss Steve DiLoreaao, John the ball dropped safely among of the club. Club member who" represented their elders in the costume class were" from by Aleck\ Fnagerakl.Burrrmtgh. hour after the game," Battey
Phillies LoseBy McNelsh, Pete Snivel/, Doug three converging Orioles.That's left Melinda Sorrells Scotty Turnbull Ion hone I, Pat Jenkins and Kim Oberbacher. Mrs dammed out two added. "When I got up I felt
Richards, Bob Lemon, Bob where all the fun be.get. R. K, Harmon Mrs A O. Perks and Mrs Charlie Jenkins are the "Grandmothers." A. G. home run and added a triple diary, tort of like I lost m>'
Hollmeyer Tom Morgan, Jeff Ken Hunt, afraid the ball Hancock It at right.Gallop fur a perfect night at bat for equilibrium. This Is when Doc
United Prep International Ambrose, Todd Barr, Steve would be caught held second Wright. Alderman had two Insisted that I go to the hospital
Griffith Ricky Sands, Debbie for all he was worth. Don Biningme hit* for the Icemen. ."
It lot easier to hit
a oil In
Kite, Mary Spanjers, Cissy who figured the ball
Texas than It ii. to hit that Parks Sandy McNelsh, Patti would not be caught came Horse Show Major League (,; .Swlg1 \-"tee ,v iconr. S." "" as.t
pitching.The Conner Debbie Ireland, Jill tearing Into second from first
first-place San Francisco Thomas Chris Holt, Cathy And Daniels, only doing what SURPRISED HUSBAND
Giants discovered thct sad fad Smith Marjorie Wood, Jan. any hustling pitcher should
Monday night when Dick Far Connor, Jan Thomas, Pam legged It like mad for first StandingsBy
rell beat them 4-1, to record Hardy, and Allison Mclver. Baltimore centerfielder Jack Draws 225 EntriesTwo
his fourth victory for Ue Houston 4
Second place winners included ie Brandt finally picked up the
Colt in five decisions.The Chip Parks John McNelsh, ball charged in toward second hundred seventy five haven, third. Jane Hart TimP Press International
Colts are something of a Phillip Boek, Jim DlLorenzo base to see whit he could salvage horses from throughout the ', National League
paradox. Their hitting is beat- Steve DILorenco Bob Murrell, and was somewhat be. state participated In the Second Beginners Equitation: Trophy W. L. Pet. GB
ed as a Joke In rival National Greg Nether, Peter DILoren- wildered to discover both Hunt Annual Gallop Club HorseShow Leslie Turner, Orlando San Francisco IS T (82
League dugouts, but no one EO, Todd Barr,Tommy Thomas, and Blaslngame standing on the which was held Saturday second Billy Daught, Tamp;; Philadelphia 14 I .634 1 I
does any laughing about their Mark DlLorenzo Ray Brice, third. Lillian Milwaukee 14 10 US I
Polk County Casselberry of
bag.Brandt at the Imperial
Fred Murrell Jane Conner,
pitching. committed a boner Association grounds.The Caaielberry St. Louis I) 11 577 I
Much of the credit In that department Cissy Parks, Cindy Crawford by stepping on the bag first, Riding horse were entered In Hunt Seat 1317 Trophy, Pittsburgh 13 12 520 3t* I

got, of course, to Lyn Penny Bice McKay, Jenifer, Debbie Yount Ireland, Jill forcing Hunt, who pulled the 25 English, western, and Jumping Stephanie Nelson of Sarasota Cincinnati 13 12 .520 3*
General Manager Paul Richards Thomas and Allison Mclver. original boner by not at least classes and were Judged by second Christine Hood of Winter Chicago t 11 .430 3 K
The unsung her of Hous moving off the bag. Houston 11 It .407 gH
Haven third.
Third place winners were, Mrs Lynn Each, of Altamonte ; Robert Patterson ill
ton's pitching staff however, is Eric Yount Bruce Harvey, Jim "It was a contusion play for Springs Fla. and Waverly of Orlando Lot Angeles 10 IS .400 6*
pitching Coach Cot Deal who DILorenio, Jay Plckhaver everyone' ," Hodge said "No Brown, of Cocoa Beach. A. G Pony Pleasure Trophy, Stephanie New York I II 250 10Monday'
in his own quiet efficient way, one did what he should have Nelson second. Christine 1..1.|
Fred Murrell, Bobby Westphal Hancock, of Winter Haven, ;
provides as much help to Manager done." St. Louis 3 Phil t t
Rusty Wllkln John McKay, served as ringmaster; and Hood; third. Sheron Culbresth. night
Harry Craft as Whitey Mark DlLorenzo Randy Myer, Brandt could have retired the Wayne llager. of Lake Alfred. Hunt ant champtonshlpover Cincinnati T Pittsburgh 5. night
Ford does to Yogi Berra. Jeff Woods, Sandy McNelsh', aids by tagging Hunt first andthen Steward and Col! Cart Patterson Jumps) trophy Stephanie Nelson Houiton 4 San Fran 1, night
Farrell one of the Colt pitch.era Patty Conner, Susan Hardy, stepping on the bag to both of Orlando acted as Sarasota Becky McDonold, W .-d.,'* Game
who ha* profited from Barbara Hardy, Betty Ann force Blaslngame for an IMin,. Plymouth Christine Hood Win San Francisco at Houston night
Deal' theories, give up 10 hits Brown, Susan DlLorenzo.Llnd- ending double play. As it was, announcers Results of the first three ter Ha Vln. Milwaukee at New fork
Monday night but worked his ley Smith Patty Nethers, Mir- a run scored Blaiingsme was places in each elmBeginner : Five plied alike; trophy, St. Louis at Philadelphia, night
way out of repeated jam so jon Wood, and ChrlstyOllver. forced and Daniels was safe on JumpingTrophy.: Susan Snlvely,, Winter Haven, Cincinnati at Plttiburgh night
that the Giants could icore only The next scheduled meet will a fielder's choice. Winter Haven, 2nd Kathy Etherldce, Bartow, Los Angeles at Chicago MRS JONES ,,"
Terry Simpson,
once off him In the fourth oa be held at the Lake Region Don Zimmer then tripled to Kay Harmon, Winter Haven
Willie McCovey'a double, Tom Golf and Country Club Pool drive In what proved to be the riding! Corkie Lakeland McGee second, riding Stock seat championship' America League ; Did you !hue ...... tk.> vm..iJwli. kid

Haller' single and a double when the locals play host to the winning run. Little Zim had Chris DeMsyo. trophy, Marty beep, Winter W. ... Pel CB Rtr 1..1..*. Cheese at tkf AmvrUsa N.
ball.Houston. Sarasota Swim Club. Meet time four of Washington's 11 hits Dawn D'Esplrit for Leaf Haven, 2nd. Sally Hanley. Winter Chicago 12 6S7 . .
play .. .
Neal with UM . I'll
Ranch of Winter Haven third ever |r* ry '
broke a 1-ail tie and Is 8:30 a.m.Hanis. Daniels, who pitched T 2-1 In. Haven, 3rd Mary Lynn New York 13 7 .150 . ,
handed Billy O'Dell his first detest ninfs, picked up his third victory Debbie Waters, on Fa Ha Fair Stal.y. Lake Wales Cleveland II' .571 m 1.* .., ke.keed war t*>"'\1...4 when eke

with a three-run sixth Inning in five decisions while for Clover Leaf Ranch Three gaited stake- trophy, Baltimore 13 10 .MS m took Mm son. a ,.........
CetsHockey Mike McCormick suffered his. Green Working Hunter: ,Trophy Susan Snlvely, and, Molly Minnesota 12 11 .522 IVt -
rally\ composed five singles .
second loss. Lock hit a three. Marty Losey, Wlntetlia.yen Corum, Tampa 3rd. Key Harmon Los
Angeles 11 13 1Boston
Radee Mike WWe led the .451
Award run homer for W Washington) i on Gaya Gal secondf dan winter. Hawn. iThroegaltvd h' '
Colts' eight-hit attack with the first Inning and Boot>Pow. Moxin. Winter rilaven on C:-ROver ponle $Vtrpphy, Washington 10 13 11 ,.429 M,4Vi I SKI fHHNPlT fAMUT ....11 I
three singles.WHlie CLEVELAND, Ohio (UPI-) ell bad a two-run homer for the third. Stephanie Nelson Gin Bowen 2nd. Marty Bowtn Detroit t 13
log I
May stretched his hitting The Eddie Shore Plaque, emblematic Orioles in the third. of Sarasota on Black Magic 3rd. Pal Jenkins, all of Winter
string to 18 games by singling Kansas City g 14 .'14 4
of the American Hockey Elsewhere In the American English Pleasure (Ne Hunters Ha..n.Doubl. '
through short In the first League' outstanding de- League, the Cleveland Indians or Jumpers) Trophy, Betty bareback- (no trophy) Meada, Results
Inning. fenseman, and a bonus check beat the Boston Red Sox, lt-T, Stevens of Bartow riding Prln, In. Barbara Simpson and tally Washington I Baltimore 4, night ffllffl' )
The St. Louis Cardinals edged for $300 have been awarded to and the Lot Angeles Angels teN Mary gold; second Chris Hinley-W.H. 2nd. Jenny Ktaaey Cleveland 11 Boston T, night
the Philadelphia PhiUies, 32, 27-year-old! veteran Ted Harrisof toppled the Kansas City Athletic DeMayo Lakelsnd. riding Shannon and Henry Hlrr U-W.H., 3rd. Loa Ang g Kansas City I, night
and the Cincinnati Reds beat Mary Phillip and Chris Chicago at )lInn.. ppd., rain i
the Cleveland Baron. *, 6-i. Rain washed out the ; third. Kathy Etbertdge of Bet-
the Pittsburgh Pirate, 7-41. in Harris who also was namedto only other scheduled game be- Bartew riding Beau' David lotto of Plant City. Wednesday' Game 'M' AMBIUCSA.N
the only\ other NL games sched the AHL'i all-itar squad during tween the Chicago White Sox Saddle Seat Equitation ((12 and Saddle scat"OhaflllftoHhlp". XC at LA, 2, twl night '
uled. the past year, was a major and Minnesota Twins. under) Trophy, Avis Parson of trophy, Molly Corum, Tampa, Chicago at Minnesota night NATIONAL B/klVSCS
Julian Javier broke up Ray factor In the Barons' rise to the Fred Whitfirld's grand slam Winter Haven, second Barbara 2nd. Barbara Simpson, 3rd.Totiy New York at Detroit night !
Culp'i no-hitter with a sixth inning Raider Cup championship In his homer In the fifth Inning and Simpson of Winter Haven, third. Turnbull. Boston at Cleveland night j' ww.a me mvn.rr rum
tingle and then clipped the fifth season in the league Larry Brown's three-run homer Kim Oberbacher Of Winter Ha Open ,Jumping, trophy, Buns Baltimore at Washington night '4wt.,.ro

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that gave St. Louis its come- points while runnerup AI Ar a six-run rally by the Red Beth Phillips of Plant City, Susan )toxin on Zyada. .
from-behind victory hour of Rochester had 22. Sox In the ninth. second Christine Hood of Winter 1[

Haven, third Cheryly Casper Moves

Hoekman of Lake Wales. .
Saddle Seat Equitation 1117 Up In Golf $1

Trophy, Kay Kummer, Lakeland ,
DRIVE ; second, Kathy EtherMge DUNEDIN Fl. (UPIKBilly !
of Bartow. third. Betty Stevens Casper Jr Jumped from seventh
of Barotw to third plate on the professions .
aiamomsMM Hunter Hack Trophy, Becky golfers' money winning ( ))

(;.; McDonoUl. Pymouth on Apache, list with his victory in the
second. Leslie Turner of Or Colonist National Invitation lilt I
lando on topper King third. weekend. lA\wWAw//(
"r I Susan Moxln. Winter Haven onE Casper picked up a 114.000
L .2 Over check far his win In the Fort
POPUwe \' : l; : Hunt Seat Equitation (U and Worth. Tex, tournament and
under) Trophy. Becky: Me Don- raised his earning for the year
old. Plymouth, second, Chris to 830.191.11.
DeMayo Lakeland, third Jenny Jack Nkkliui remained .to
Crummervtlle. Lake Wale the top spot despite a relatively
:' Pair Clan Pam and Jenny Klnsey, second The 1773 he won boosted his
Kith Ethertdge and Kim winning to f4..2300..
,n'r i1lliu/A1f1/1Cl/ll Oberbacber, third Kathy Ethe-

.., ridge and Ann Griffith
:2 Western Pleasure; Trophy, RECREATION LEAGUE

Cheryl Beckman Lake Wale Tonight at Mercury field:
on Und second Win Stevenof Chevrolet Center vs Tampa
Bartow on Belle, third. Mar Wholesale at 730.: tun State. vi
ty Losey Winter Haven on Wright at f pm.
Prince Thursday at Mercury Field' :
wm run. Pony Working Hunter Trw Wavtrly vs Tampa Wholesaleand
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Steve Stevens of Palmetto gion at 7 p.m Lake Alfred viJaa

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Shorts Senior Personnel SecretaryLarge S YaAa OLD NITS CUIBAU APARTMENTS DUPUUUDS3Bedroom .
Capns Sedate flxlurWill sell cheap I A a a Trade In
.U.51117and trurks cheap CHECK BELOW FOR THE BEST oJ =:.. 'm.Y"III .

And Blouses wdustrial orgaoiaatkw CY IfrJune S "It 1n.. CY Nft "'TFID No Qualifying BayTomorrow1
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has Immediate vacancy tot MOTBL i uni. I years eUITS. fur 4

$4.M $10.Mt qualified secretary Proudest .!*!m winter 1151X)0 Haven down CY BOJ 2411! Leeatton I LOCAL SERVICESAVE J orreulIlroo; :.. 1 Bedroom .... utility, Wit .In Security
CY 4-2004. 7-TJ'
ia atrartfiand, typing, and all ITT .kitchen only ONE YEAR OLD.

phase of general office procedures --- FHA month.
"BEDROO". 1-4 bath central financed $79 00 per
aa well as the ability FOR UtASE Texaco Service boat sad air conditioning. CloM
Station aoa .r j.> UvCY: J$74arr. MONEY SAVE TIMECALLTODAY \ and See Allen Dowd at Tract office
to be eatruated with confide a month .S1**. D.nl.a.11.14 REDUCED I I
tial information Must have --- -- --- Z434 Welt Central
minimum of high school educa Immediate . .
00 montk. Phone CY MOOT
Mud. lie kewdabli $3000 to $4000. a
ion with business or college cash rasped .."j e furnish rater.nca 12-14 JOHN G. WOOD
SHOP training highly preferred. Ex WrSe L ;x A-1417 NewsChief sbearolwl haw- Poaaeasloa .
720 I III LARGE at tad & ASSOC. Inc.
tIIO Cypress Gardens Road cellent starting salary, working Sheridan Bt til M per _II. 11II ,

Open t A.M. til T P.M, conditions and fringe benefits SWIMMING POOLS I AUTO SERVICE FOR RENT with option . I BB D."S.er-altUdere Wilma Hndson
Including insurance retirement (I 10)) Articles For Sale 1 bath IE Wlnlor Mara . 2U-2517 Phone 294.2402

vacation, holidays, etc. an OU par month tea or call AltonDowd .".IZ
KEEP your eemcemas II touck SWIMMING POOL CONSTRUCTION -UJIX.EAuthorised fur S pro. 2S4-S44S. John Here Is a bargain if you want a
LAW all the Hometown New* by Preferred age 25 to 35 ROOMS of fine furniture Inciudee and REPAIR. Financing Factory Service On O Wood Acne, SW-WO or close-In home. This 2 bedroom
sending Mm UM Winter turn 4 ptoo sectional. refrigerate. *. ava-laMa W. R Helms, a..- IhrysUsr Plymouth Lancer 2SS-SH7 10Ua 4-BEDROOM: .-...th home Large
Dally N.w.Cllef. Special rale Reply to personnel Manager range 22 pieces' In all Taks jral Building Contractor Call Valiant rear patio and need back yarn home i is COil and cool with 2 air
I BMMiUw M,,M. Call CY a-2111 now. P.O. Box HIS over payments M ** per week Leee CY 4S7t 27-May 2$ FLOYD ROBERTS MOTORS BEDROOM unf "houM for $71Beastey On corner lot 100' x 170' Reason conditioners. and almost new
XTBrengle't han 1 month old W..h_ Furniture ---. -- -.- --- I $11 sixth It. IIW ::3-4ioi Realty Co $94 Sth StNW .. able lows payment and only $0205monthly. Owner mauit be anxious to let
Bartow his ..... U Sth St. NW 17-May 17UPHOLSTERING CY a-im a-u 110 Allen Av. Jac-Phyl
Villu. aller 1.00 m ..12 ua offer this outstanding value
1-11 Ferraaoeat. I Inches of cone"I.1 I ----- p
12.14 --- - and steel Beautiful, MODERN a-brdroom. duplex. Stovi at only . $13,900It .
Jewelry' lINGER Sewing Machine. stralchletltch no painting:. never needs and refrigerator Garage Closes
I MEN . sale rout. Part tune Rftcrllent emdltlon $3 II.oo ehanga 14 Yean In county. In WOO monthly' Ml A.... D. BE Lakeview $10.500 'a todays bargain, ao call
122 Tklr4 Itrtet. IW Start $200 hour Call CY S-10M. 22448 after 00 p.m. 420 Call anytime CY7W I CY H3II. irr
H Block South ol Fort Offle 7.00 a.m. to Ito: a.m. 12-TF CYPRESS POOLS FINE UPHOLSTERING EXPERT Asbestos shingle home Excel in s hurry to lee this one .
Ossify Walca as4Irwetry EXPERIENCED dry cleaner. male like new Alan. light weight vacuum S-Junt I I.brteoetloll.REFlNUiHINO. WOLTE8 Complete UPHOLSTERY t ill) For Rent Furn. lent condition Wood floors, for

Repair to take over well astabllshed bustnoil Call. cleaner .S-rail. ---111 : SHOP.. 214 Avenue A. mat dining room; Florida room 1 :dE.f; ;:;;
with llttl. or no capital NEED TIERS* MOVING STORAGE BE. CY s-2710 Day Night ?
MWM1. 10-1 21.May >1 1-BEDROOM Ground overlooking a lake on the Chain
SPECIAL PRICES on all pima In I NCY4316N
IT.May 17 I our 101 An. L Jojl: n.TF with easement for your boat, =:mW

EXPERIENCED neat Apply In Waitress person Must Chee be torkBLAYLOCK aouu Sib OIU Bt F. NW SERVICE TURK IVORY BROTHERS TREE SERVICE a BEDROOM unfurnished house. fishing and skiing In front of WARREN SECKEL,
ALCOHOLICS AWONYMOMMeeting Restaurant 20* Ave. D, NW T12 10-TF MOVING COMPANY ISO Month 1 Bedroom furnished your home Lot la 100 x 155 ft RealtorU
2544447 house 175. Edgar Hales. Realtor
-- Agents ALLIED VAN LINES with flowers and IS fruit
Tueeday, I,11, P.M' FOR SALE .Pent raeondllloned Local Long DistanceMoving CY S-M3* Evening CY a.t6M. 10-11 many
County Hull Department TRACTOR operator appliances. air conditioners and A Storage treea Owners have purchased TRANSFERRED;
grove tractor work Mud have IMO CABLING RE BETTINGComplete MODERN a room dupl... Nlc Owner must sell a-bedroom,
elevlelon. Call . m
Collect U-7MS
r and
m Welt
property very
Fre Ketlmates
I' O. Box MHalne clean-up .
own transportation EIJJ9WORTH APPLIANCES, 100 Warehouse Off.-Bartow Air Base yard conveniently located town bath central heat and air conditioning
(I-B) Loans Up To $600 City. phone 422-47. 12-1 3rd St. NW 23-May 22 !, April 27 May 27 CY Call 9-133 LUKES TREE SERVICE 12-May 11: ake Adults. Ml AT*. B NW. 1.TF anxious to aell. This la a good Open beamed ceiling; In living
buy with $350 down and 173.M rem paneled entrance hall and
POLY FOAM RUBBER Any .1"1 BEDROOM cottage nicely furnlehed Florida room Rotl.....* range Included
((3)) Situation WantedWANT or shape DISCOUNT PRICES SWAP SHOPWE Air conditioner. For a couple per month Including taxes and $11000 monthly P I.

Real Estate Loansno FORDS. NW CY TRIM a-OMI SHOP 501 a-TF Ave I IB. Painting Papering BROS. 16500 24-217. Bella Pearson. LEIS 10-U Insurance This home ia local Make offer on equity MMU8.14

I ---- ed within 14 block of downtown
: P brim: school education A lOll a arvic WANTED Small Travel' Trailer Repairing BUY SELL TRADE anything FURMISHtu. No: a Excellent room duplex.AdulU neighborhood Winter Haven CaU for an appointment MAKE orrltaCom.r
year. pete
cloelng costs simply of value GOPHER HOLE R2 hit A. limited bust.nenel .
or>> cash' for equity In 1W1 H x Apts
In your deed or legal description honorable discharge" Expertnee -. 10 trailer Morley Rd. Lake Alfredor ; SWAP SHOP US. Hwy 11 kgleLakl CY a-WO or CY a-8564 to aee ) 54 s 128 . Corner Ave
.. also make Brad mortgages In truck driving train cook 24 baking.Versatile 2D2-S632 betwe 2 00-*:00 p.m l 1 McCOY . Quality work : CY S-3867 J-TF 17-TF A. A JnJ St, Sew Phone SS3-M7S

most IIr.n: completed. tool 1 the same old. have easy family to Dependable.Aaron yan 712 manshlp fast clean aad reaeoej- IMITATE: DiCArH IMKKLovely EDNA WATSONREALTOR 10-U
day --- able Phon. CY S-Wao 11$ 4th
Call any- a-Dedroom '
Burton CY .1131.
Ime. -12 $4 Magnavox Strro-Radlo combine Street Jan-Phyl Village H'TF : niture Adulte No PI"I.Ju i
Domestic ''Loan tlon coffee table mod 1. $1500 month CY MTU. 7.TF 4141 Builders Trade
128 (tb St. NW CY
Call weekdays after $:00 p.m. or
slots iON ( House TrailersTRAILERS weekends, 2S8-M32 1112 I ALUMINUM TRAILERS for rent or .. .. BEDROOM apartment on lake i
(5)) 3 Bedroom CB
home with
Cr AawRW CY 4-Sita -- -- -- Supply limited Reserve your MS 00 a month Including utilities
RUBBER STAMPS For Check date now Johnson Appliances Sierra Court MoteL Hwy 11 North ON CHAIN OP LAKES New 4 fenced rear yard Low down
.. endoreement signature ,, Highway 17 Lake Alfred $72-119 -T" bedroom, a bath home . '0' payment $66 month.
FOR SALE OR RENT, other purpose also dating.tamp. Carport. IS-May 1$ a-BEDROOM partially turn home screened porch' double carport, per
New or Ueed: Avery' Trailer sal. pocket ::::1111Enw'n7w: Bcrs.n.: near Lake Alfred Only $80 Beasley dock West side Lake Elolee Hoover
((2)) Help Wanted Park, :2400 Havendale. ...-.27.. I :. 2'l."II STAR PRESS' Phone.# .Building Specialties Realty; Co $34 (th Bl, NW CY i Road. CY a-4740 CY'TF Call
"TF Are. A, NW, ALUMINUM PAINTING -27&7. 13-11 i
WILL give. equity In 2-bedroom NEW double dre..r and mirror 'Let George Do ItAv AIR conditioned Clean Modern FOR THE RETIRED JOHN G. WOOD
110m.. cl.-III for lot or late mod..I' IIlIel\lI.. marrd 544 110. CAVE: *. A A; 5th Bt. SW 1115614ISMay Carport.. Spacious 1 bedroom
Housewife mobile home Call 218-4311. 10-11 50%. -Lamp: Mreln,' dressers; .-- tables : 25 Job(HAULER estimated ItEMMOX or by the. PAINTER hour . TOWN apartment A Electric COUNTRY' appliances REAL SfcS, NO CAR NECESSARY & ASSOC., Inc.

dlnstte: calm: etc ie:1: up Careful work . Call CY 3911$. ESTATE. CY 2-1141 10-11 Developer Bnlldera
Warrhouce Furniture M 1 Block to North Gate Shopping
SU 20th St. 8W -- ---- -
Do Typing At (S-AJ) Moving & Storage SIX Bt. NW ---712 TELEVISION REPAIRSCALL 114 a-BEDROOM furnished house on eth8t Center, walking distance to 4 291-2S17 Phone 291.9338
Lake Ida. No deposit on utt-
Home Earn COOL THE WHOLE HOUSE.. lilies. Call 2l3-284 12-14 churches Lovely 3 bedroom, I 10-12
42" Kxhauet fan $11100 2* Ex bath home. kitchen and
haunt fan 17. 00. 21 Ifxhau.l fan LAKEFRONT APARTMENT i i bath Urge family
$30 $60 MonthlyTyping all Prompt and efficient service Can for '17* 00 I.. M Schneider Sheet Metal HS-SM2 Large airy roome and kitchen living room Features cell room. built.In GE kitchen, all brick
CT your Ml** moving for ...a'-tlma 131 2rd Bt S W CY S-t2l 7-IS For the Fastest TV Service IMOO a month Day CY e-UT heat, terrazzo floor, awning home Beautifully landscaped
In The South CHAIRS for rent Also After a 00 p m CY a-7312. 1-TFaBEDROOM Has city water and sewer but ls
I Is from dictated Atlas Van Line Inc
tap transcription igents for S A H Green Stamp windows, built In range It oven. outside
14TP CARPET' cl'.n ea.ler with the Crutches. Walkers city Including business letter.home, serving all SO' stale Blue Luxlre Electric 8h.mpooer ITT .oo&.sa-:: : :: Godfrey! Rentals: furnished houee on This I la an outstanding buy at bus service. to all schools at front
report. memo, working at only Ii 00 per day with' purehaneof CY 1-3411. 17$ Ave A. NW IS-TF Ith 8t In Elolee .U eo weekly door $900 Down $17.00 month
during hour of your choice Tape $17 000, terms can be arranged
lue I.unln. Jon Boland Hardware. I -ll CY a-im a-TP
ar. 80 g> 4$ minutes duration worth ((6)) Special Services u.ui ROOFING CYJ-4506 _
- Drive by 107 Ith St, NW
$4 A $$ each: payable monthly FURNISHED 4 room apartment BEAUTIFUL: S-bedroom. ....tll..
i Duality reconditioned men. work VACUUM CLEANERS 440 W Orange 81. Lake Alfred then call for an appointment to 1M LAKEFRONT, SS fruit treee.
AU equipment and material tot'oleh.d .. Not rwpacnagd, ace Phone FR 2-IMJ: Also lights. water lee Located on Lake Buffln 138 000
.....pt typewriter. Whether CUSTOM MAD DRAPES stitchedmodern AND what you ay All elan and colon RESIDENTIAL COMMERCIAL furnlehed AdulU only 1.TF LUCILLE: I. KINO Bartow s3443a.
you type speedily or slower metierslittle ALTERATIONCBlind. r suit Ill. Arlana An . INDUSTRIAL New PARTS A SERVICE for Kirby, 10-18
$010 Hickory' LEIS BROS. REALTORS _
lust so tape can be completed equipment Auburndale
Arross from Contlnen repairs t of all Hoover ROOMS Do.ntowlI. OoIl..lIlenl.
type all ether.Inal.e
within 244$ hour and I. NW, CY a-TU Mn Edna 'SchosseraMy29" gal Can Co 11.TF .orAta ROOFINU CO Free k Electroluxraynd and eeti- Nice $700 ...11. CY .11i8I. .Tr nee Sixth St., NW
complete\ correct. Once J"u while I i, 2080 Dundee Rd. 2ISI427ItMay . REYNOLDS: VACUUM Trade In
tap le FOR SALE I utility trailer $ > 14 CLEANER SERVICE; : . Phone 4 VILLAGE GARDEN ZI..2117
lime weeks 1 to I tape. some lad Can be seen al 1521 7th BtSW CY I-030J. 4-June I APARTMENTS FOR PARTICULAR .
week Don. Ability to punctual WALT'S TV SERVICE For Information rail CY ..".** I IIIARJ I PEOPLE 1. a. a bedroome .11 $76 DownMove
and spell required. 10-11 PLASTERING BOWEN MOTOR LOEKJE Hwy. 17

Work Is connected with a restaurant Television Service _.0-- SAWS SHARPENEDPHILLIPS North e-TF In today, start making

franchising business and best '.oeoo'/Y.rioo0a..o4oe FURNISHED apartment for rent. IDYLRIDGEVIEW payments of $71 per month . ,
suited for someone formally experienced All ml.... Pans and work >.KOTI:. MARBLE-KOTE Interior Near hoipltal Utlllttei urnlehed
TYPIST, now raising and exterior. plaster for SAW SHOP will sharpen CY WOS8 1114HENTLEMEN
family and having no seed or deelr. manshlp guaranteed No extra new construction and repair work any kitchen knives free NO OPEN
for full time work who ABSOLUTELY charge within 10 mile radiusof PRINTERSr H R BROWN LIMIT NO 8TKINUS Just Roome by week.Reasonable HIS
WANTS and I Ie WILLING CY s-saa bring them In Nth Ave Sierra Court Motel'. See Allen Dowd st Tract office
READY ABLE to transcribe on Lake Alfred TTP wood 0,1112 Hwy 17 North 7TFtirmr.su
YEAR ROUND basis. beginning at S-BR. 1-Bath 1140 n. ft overall 2424 Welt Central
1-BEDROOM trailer. a-Bath, HOMO. -Jlalb, double car-
once with some time out for any FR S1I5S "' -
family vacation If this doean fit ....7 "UV able. Mid-Lahee ..:i.'J.I'll Home port.. 1M sq ft overall. $1000Out JOHN G. WOOD
your needs or time available for June 7 COMMERCE P.rk. Thomlllll A Spirit Lake Rd
typlnf duet apply .1-127.. .Tr Havenaale Blvd turn right to
Co INDUSTRY Articles For Sale ( Articles For Sale llet Bt. or Airport Rd to let paved & ASSOC., Inc.
Qualified Individuals who are Into Wlntsr All types Haves- Commercial Drafting A ((10)) (10)) AAitnENSArABTMBNT road on left or call Developers Builfera

terrl.d CT 11670 lease for furth.r contact dlecusakm,Ina by phone and Residential drafting. GOVERNMENT Furnished l-bedroom ".p.rtm.ntair CY tins 291.2U7 Phone 291-9303
Satlefactlon Ouarantasd 1111 CHRYSLER A1RTEMP Room conditioned Close to town andLake .
prepared to furnish Informal USED REFTMERATORS( > May 24 11-12
typed resume of eipertence, age Drawn BWg CY 4-1411 air condltlimere from $13 *S uit Range Washer Dryecond4Honed ..* Howard CY ..I.... a-TP
of children and number of hour .TF M. SCHNEIDER: SHEET Air Conditioner R
usually I free to any 34-4 METAL 231 Ird 81 BW CY 2-531. . fully guaranteed Terme.from FURNISHED or UNFURNISHED
hour period J, C yclh: , 713 $21'. and UP. JOHNSON EFFICIENCIES. and m BEDROOMS FOR SALE WOWeelWhat !
((6-A) Animals & SuppliesMALE APPLIANCES Lake Alfred . Nice large airy roomeConveniently B
located In Old PoeUI
olio Phone 272-113. Nile
FOR FAMOUS KNAPP SHOES: 272150ISTF Building Call CY 2-eSSS or CY . 3.Adra LAEPIONTbeat. A BuylDrllll'caU
Call '-4117. aTPaBEDROOM with .wlmmiq pal,
YOUNG MEN fulfill military BOXER Stud Service TUCK HARRISON I FINE: WOOD garage door with NewsChiefBox
your c/e Reduced .
fawn A white CY 2-13S7 Iret floor apartment.nk ,
CReglat.nd all fixtures ready to Install Bar
obligation with only aU St-TF 22-May IlJACOBSON gin price Call owner CY 41530or ely I Blocks ca building' Urge
months active duty Return for PUPPY 111 tee.ea. h. aw !t4 lll, I CY 4-2444 10-12 yard a to Lake Martha A.1416 $2.000 Spacious S bedroom, 2
POODLE TRIM, $5 00' EDGE R TRill, 12000 beach or Rotary Park Rent $13 M
service with your local Marine CUP, $200 at MIMIS PINK 3030251, 11.11 OAS riddle Eocelentcondltlola a week Call CY 4-411t After $ 00 tile bath home In SE section
Rtatrve unit Call IM-1111, POODLE SALON Phone JW-17M. --- ::41. 1-4015. 1012 p.m. CY a-7312 7 TP ---- --- Walking distance to stores *
for appointment. S7 IF HOI ME: rOM HALE school Fla room, attractive
Tamps, for details FOLDING ramping trailer with canvass FURNISHED moms Reasonable BY OWNKB:
kitchen with Iota of cabinets
alee for Near Thrlftway and beach Air
top Roomy outings. condition a-bedruom 1 bath
June 10 ((7)) To Buy Or Trade $IM tM cash CY 2544 or can be Separate entrance Kitchen prlvl- CB home with den $1311000: down Air conditioned, fenced backyard .
ken Parking 125 Ave. }. NW
CHEVROLET SALES FAIR sell at 142 AWl E. .W. 11.11 IMOO monthly 170 1"1H Bt NE: Irrigation system Nblock
CY Mara a-TP
WOMAN with ear to make houee Mnous CY a-aut7 T-n
survey Morning onlyBo off of chain of lakes Only
4M. Elolee Fla. e-JS WE BUY used .ppll."" and furniture IO-A EFnClENCY .partm.nL air $1(900, Good terms Owner
Boats & Motors
and w* sell used appliances ( ) "II l01Ied. TV. Near Noah Oat. atop loumtfaCall
and furniture Brooks Appliances and beach Orbit Motel. MO IthSt M4-11M for appointment to Inpect leaving for North. Wants Immediate .
CURB OIRLS Expsrlenc. aot necessary A Furniture mi Havendal. Blvd TODAY'S SPECIAL .. NW. CY 2-SS7. a-TP 1500.00 down. aeeume P H A
. isle Let me show you
Dog N Buds. daleAMBITIOUS : .TF LanBdrooma. Excellent nigh.arhod.
H..I 22 n Lou Star Cable Cruiser.
Blvd. Aluminum Two 40 HP Johnson 'nllDIIOOIII: urnlehed apartmenton $111 00 monthly paymentBEDROOM !. this today before you buy anything
Lake. Silver Drive Simmer rataIA8 "I.
Electric: Motors, I complete electrical .
00 a _111. Call CY a-77O 01'CY
((8)) Automotive ayetem with grneraton.Head 2-12U. aTPa (- : I -BATH HOMES -
In cabin, 4 wheel heavy duty
$100 00 down OENE COOPER Co.
trailer Good term CY .*.*.. -14 BEDROOM furnished house Near REAL ESTATE Lag. Alfred Beasley Realty
customers in --- - ...... .. 17J.1III. "TF i 934 tt
women, aervlce o Elben $ TOWN COUN.
LARGE family bah U ft Ulaee-
neighborhood, $30-140 weekly. par Citation Lau than 20: hours.Leia TRY REAL ESTATE CY a-1141 10-U. cY 2-27J7 er CY J-2I7I

spare hours showing Avon Co.. INOUR than' half price; after. $125 4 00 See p m at ((13)) Rill Estate For Sale I

metlcs I -CT812521.NW- ----12-1 ((12-A) For Sale or Rent A Home For

NEWLOCATION 1$ ft. Fiberglass boat 2$ HP Evln- BY OWNER
Writ. P. 0 Box 1395 or p rude motor electric starter. tilt a-Bedroom home. Urrnuo floor The CarefreeYou'll
trailer Nice skllni pleasure, fishing FOR BALE: OR RENT 2 Bedroom celled heal .1I1.1a appliances, e.-
Cat 682-4137 Lakeland boat CY ....*. 10-12 unfurnished home Rent $7* cell.nl neighborhood. $36000: and
per month Low down paymentA .....m. mortgage 1401 Ave C. NW be free of malnten
10.12 AT 1$ ft Crosby boat 7$ HP Erlnrademotor. take over .,_IL 102 Ralph' CY a-ani "-14 ante worries for a longtime
... St Aubumdal. 3M
Murray trailer Owner g mornings .
log. north. CT *4* $. 12-14 before 13 and after a 30 p.m glUIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIUIIIII'SPLASHSPLASH ? to come with this delightful
4016th Street, S.W.We TJ' deluxe 2 BR home,
FORMER MARINES receive Stock 244 f |

four (4) days pay ..eIl.oath have s large selection of ( II) Wanted To Rent Loans This home .Is la top condition .
IMPALACONVERTIBLE ) Mortgage the extras
for one weekend drllL Regular Including
Let ) S
plus BOTH NEW & : a go such aa central beat and
credits toward retirement
real BIG CB
Large unfurnished home In deelraM. = We'VlIDt a

the added earning power Ia Call/or-of two USED CARS Whit. I cyl., tinted wmdihield/ padded dash, PG, '. netghbornosd loraled family wanted of by four permanently SeeiBOGO<.ira..8'40.. ( E house .in the southeast : lined sir conditioning closets .. .. cedar large

week summer camp with grow elilld..... No Pete Cap E section near the schools Florida room . drape.
PS brake 'wheel wrtiftwall bumper Mortgage Money
Ala ia August Call I3J.l.11. See Us power cover, FR 2-1307 13-1: E with a wonderful Indoor ?: 1 fully equipped kitchen

Tampa, for detafla 10 For the best deal in town guards, pushbuttonradio Costs Are Different awimming pool Then :E work shop . garage

June i with i rear (II-A) For Rent, Unf. E there ia also a recreation r I underground Irrigationand

tpealter $319400 I If your home auali : room large enough for the a I lovely\ landscaping

DESIRABLE PINCKNEYOLDSMOBILE lea for s 23.year. 5H% biggest parties you haves = I Lets than two years old.
I BEDROOM wfurnlshed hoe
C i G Group Eleebqequipped. $r- Interest rate loan with ever planned I bedrooms :i this home boa bee tastefully

POSITIONOpen l REALTY CO 934 5th St. lUri out an-y service chart ? a baths built.la = I' decorated and .la sure

rime CY 3211 .1717 -- -.TF why shouldn't you benefit "kitchen terrazzo loon. E: to appeal Can today for an

this area for personsble JTF ''''\\OIIt.' .'..1'':_ from the saving Offered at $11,T50 E: appointment to awe this

woman who can apend JO hours - inn niwnroAPABTMKiin sore and more people Lets take a look; can = exceptional home Total

a week or more la pleasant ISM-JAdUAR beautiful Mark /X 4- it Winter Havona best ..1ecI.... Irooema I ar* uains; our prompt, price U 117.1Ot.LEIS .
fivea door **da.. Mint eondltloa. fed' bitches ee tlpped, ..loetrtGIleaL I MALCOLM TCTREAVLT I
itlea background very ......11I.. UO Allen Ave garage. 2231 Ave. .. NW courteous mortgage aer-
those with of teach 1.,1 VUlag. after S OS m. 11-TI r vices . DO obligation I After Row CT *a7$ BROS.
dub wort. This I ITOWN.
log selling or ffYiXTIIiT a-BEDROOM 2 balk pads, fire- UALTOU1M.a.n
position compiles COMMUNITY MERCURY Comet .*.... Btat >II place. carvorte. randy ,.... k. TOWN *. COtVTRY
and HIGH INCOME Wagon D.II.... Air eondlt, .rag .aieei .Mltancv* .r'** lurbyeRoad MORTGAGE CORP COUNTRY I
SERVICE deluge trim radio and 10-1'< N'k CY l- aTFo I .
further Cats
as few others do For| Value '1... 00. Will son for ,ION <00 -JTT MaiaoUa = :: I (o".IIe Nettt )
to Mrs ... i ACER Vl_
tofomattoo. write fully : Can flaane. Phone 224744 14 LAtAFBOMT LOTS tv I-I1U ? m I IN-mT

W VanDyke, Box 244, Orlando, ITEEDOMITER TadIonMi. CIITg'ROLET Story ........ Uk* Dr c as-II' Eve .... WO Tim I

Fla. Coraplet* *rvlc. sad M" eablej.t. .. teen sad refrigerator fun..... = ==
A i "iTle*. Ms Its It. P. 1 kl0L a moats. Days nil CY i.1II111111111111111111111111InlllullI \

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Muna .' / QawNY
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NORTHEAST near Lake Martha a- /
Cool Hones Bedroom l. nth Extra toilet andoower b t :? -'.-=:: r
k> utility room Lot of
.to.... Fenced yard Central beat
Call .h>hD G. Wood & AMOC. Built m ,...... lIP Sasau cull and

Inc for details on these *U 97600ruoa mo :-PlarexJl 111/:

new ill cool homes in GAR. Do 3011 TI4r4KTNe NOTE ON, 2 NAVE

a half

mile East of Cypress Gardeni ((13-A) Groves PLOW tWY, PLA1Dy UP TOME NO.R'tL. ,I UP TNR


II gpb,
i & Grove | anBEfN

Trade 260 Acres | II'l(

B Needed AtOnce I

Excellent opportunity for

t combination cattle and E b It

E grove operation Located (1 K1.g F.rSr. eradlm.a 19N. rY r..4 -
rue redecorated
Client newly 3
E north of Lake Alfred and
bedroom home In LAKE E fronting on new county "Daddy, I found Scooter going through my diary

WALES walking distance to road (0 acres of 2 year = I and writing "Oh boy!' after certain paaaa.gesl"! -

icbooL Price $13.000. $9.600 mtg E
& payment of $8333 per mo old HamliD oranllel, 125

include taxei & Ins WANT acres of excellent pasture

LOT FOR EQUITY or home in E land. Improvements colE /Congressman Haley Reports PU.iY 1 FELL AELEFPr7. AV1aT ) ON, 65E LEFT RIOMT

Winter Haven Anxious to trade. I :E alit of ranch house garage ( i-iJt I.4IDNlGNT tEYE ;"PA fR; AYR MMBR--6HH
i :: bams, and equipment = ? N M/4s INVITED OUT
For further details, tee . UT IR 2 (vEN
I :: sheds. $105,000 with = WASHINGTON. D. C. Ai million people Intended to be C') MINT10NED IT TOZ TO PLAY ewiDaeUB'D /

Beasley Realty Co. 5 :2>% down and easy 5 you know there bat been great covered The President's Economic MA6IE7 \,
5 terms Call discussion in Washington lately Report saya about $11 billion 934 6th. St., NW Cj S-27S7 annually would be neededto
on the lubject) of poverty and
Ia i i PAUL SMITH what to do about it, and I have bring all poor fsmlliea up to / ; )
trad. Bedroom Ibath
WILL home In eqult Iii:,!.tuna for a lot I E Eves ft Sun. CY 10022 tome reflection on thin matter. the $3000decent" annual Income 3 0

In good 1oe..l1oL Call 28..311. 10.19 = It occurs to me In the first level.

1 place that our people have fora If pro rated the Initial billion
HOUSE: for .. by owner a-Bed- i iSI
room, Florida room 1 bath A/C ;Town[ COUNTRY| long time been conductingtheir dollar plan would total approximately

wall to vail carpeting. cuiiom own war on poverty and $103 per family per
mad. drapes. Large acreened-ln 52" wli1rrfi\n\ RWmilWa year This Is little when '
I very
porch Ideal for retired couple. Call I doing a pretty good job of It. y rt
: p.m. lor appointment : S..4... & 1iI1L Jg UIiJUIt:: For instance, in 1(29 over 50 compared with the total now being ,\1
atlte 61:00
all = cnlllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllltltllr per cent of United States families spent on all forms of federal
: 10&12 state and local welfare
NOTHINO DOWN NO QUALIFY bad earnings of less than
INO. Fay itampi on deed transfer $ .ooo yearly. expressed in programs colossal $40 billion

menti fee 161.06 Auume. CY 1-684 mortgage pa"J: terms of 1962 dollar-value. But annually a'vWI+eY
that percentage bad declined If this entire sum were concentrated
((13-B I ) Wanted Listings
exclusively on the
steadily, to 30 per cent In 1947
and to 20 per cent today poor families, there would be v 1

down payment, no qualifying KEEP THOSE RENTALS OCCUPIED : No doubt, there is tome about $4,700 per year for eachof Q

OB three-bedroom, 1 bath con Fn"mke.. Lint them with Chuck B. though far less than in any other the 93 million families we +

crete block home Built-In G.E. 304.9133ICHORNTHALLR "CO Realtor nation. There are, and always are told are in need of financial a

oven & range, large lot. Good 11-14 will be, some who constitute help. Thin would take everyone

neighborhood near schools Payments the lower fifth or tenthof out of the presentlydefinedpoverty

of $90.50 include Insure ((14-A) Lots 4 Acreage the population in income But class-but welfare programs -
do not help exclusively
ante, taxes will drop approximately k should be remembered that
10% after qualifying for the $3,000 per-year "povertystandard" poor. 'Mrs
It seems to me that the most r ,
laid down AWTSIl
RANCHApprox as guidein
homestead exemption. Drive by SMALL a
practical to the elimination
at MO 17th St N.W. then phoneCy (0 ACREImall I the proposed "war on pov.erty"
of poverty In this country -
3-3794 to tee interior BR frame boor bam other bulldInci l would classify more than
12TF fenced, foot paeture land three.fourths of the people of would be to encourage Industrial
mono land .vallable. .rIc.d al expansion curtail the ,
Great Britain
as poverty- TT
U7 001I wllh ..rm.. national debt and Its huge Interest W 8LONPIK 51 IS ONV VV4y DON'TI
REPOSSESSED HOMES Low and an even greater
portion THAT PHONE use owe J
A monthly I bedroom payment construction: Modern Contact CB 2 of those who live In France costs thus eventually ? SO MUCH l TDOANT rOR E/O4 BA J

CY 4-J8SI: or 2M-H7I Eve!: A gun and Italy and some other nations lowering the tax burden on I 1 NeVER GET

dar 3FIRST MORTGAGE regarded as prosperousAlso everyone, promote greater educational \ A CHANCC /
CORP. OF FLORIDA. .13.Today' activity by the States VrJ O ITt7
REALTY the word "family" cove
and remove the blocks to employment V *. '/
era many types, some of which tJrtA7o
CO.CENTLAI. by no stretch of the Imagination teenagers and older
Bay could be Considered "poV- people '(tuck as the present .

... ... ..... wlewe rigid_ minimum laws
... a a. -, erty-stricken." A young familyof -wage.
Tomorrow StCarityHavenly ..15LAKEFRONT four obviously la In a dif which price: these groups out of M t

ferent category of need than two the market This type of program

; I believe would lOOn I
elderly persons living modestlyYet
Days LOT TRACTS eliminate for all
two,thirds of our "poverty"families poverty prac
Follow drni! from ExperimentStation tkal .
Lake Alfred North Lake are headed by persons purposes
Lowery Propertlea Phone 3SMHU IS years or older 4
after 4 00 p m e-Juoe 1
Looking at it from another CAMBRIDGE, Md.: Alabama j j

view, the plan now before the Gov George C. Wallace urging ---- --- ---

; gel !W! 7/t Acres Land Congress hardly lives up to Its residents of Cambridge to hold
drW1 rIWJrAw rwne aesvAr
billing aa "a total war on poverty firm against Negro demands
... OueAd IICAM. A I
::: .... Cleared Approx. 300 feet on ." The Administration bills for integration CAOVd AS Mf SJPfS .

-a--- .-- Tbornhlll Rd 29% down before us caR for a little less "1 am not and I know you CAN dAN1 S'So

"""' .: ...-........ Price WS50. than one billion dollars to Hart are not, racists or bigots We Ch
with-a sum which would helpless believe in Individual American
Wka weald Iklak yea ."'4 bay 350 ACRES Excellent pastureland than 1 per cent of the U freedom"
.... a nlro LAnr.MlW ._. ,.. Price $150 Acre 29% I
Sly SI4M. Pretty .... will rttni x- JS
| .......... ant a large Flo- Dqwn. Good TermsVARNER 1i1
rtda roevn. ......... tettremeataeifkberhoed Legal Advertising legal Advtrtiiing II

tt.WARREN .. lea mad aea tt teapireclala REALTY a.

... ,'i. 'II'" "J.I. 1IeuJl 10-15 elUKIAL ( IlL( liT II!' AND tOM will br. received until 2 I
run IN l'NANI'raYNIIT Mr 3't.. j Eaetma OeneraiManaier
1 t4f.nJ'ePl.(4)I6S' LAKE McLBOO SO1 S approalmatnly run imoitfEtaM FlurMa Cllrue Empeellk. ItII
:JO''d..... sad partly landacape Ne. Men-aS-M (' BiMMInaWinter. Haven Florida -I
04,190: JOY C ROBERTS conatruetlon. of a rll.
Bartow UH4JI, WH1X00 .... run htdum ...... buHdttv on lhFlorid .
SECKEL, Realtor "o.RAU'H Citrus EnuoaMlon: u..d.1
Assoclatea Eve Pb. DOWN B ROBERT: la Winter Haven Florida I
SIS Defendant BMdln data will be furalehxlbr
W. H. McReynolds CY 3-360S TOUR CHOICE NOTICE: StUanr A. , lh' Olflul"/j6 I' / MtANWH It.- HAVINu I, fftO I INTO
Helen tVhitley CY SKIS Aim have" nouet trailer l for.June Sale STfT TO Ralph B. R.bMa N31. ISn Hendru-ke. .I'i.rt v : 15565. ro rear inn ITIttV".K :A.MINro. f VAN

Wilma M. Hudsoi CY 3-759 cheep- i Y SJ1I7 : 147 lut W.tUwt.kses sddnr Florida' fee eneerlnc ci$0505pnrldp.Ike requirement rand KNOW (II. .i'. It iAplh WONOe U 10U 9A1 Y AI.." AMY. 1 '111 IUSIY' ylPCeM1I,' p.NMM' .
l.r:; r
.a ( A WHILE YOU road ARE 3............. P'IorIda' npecrflralloai SO* refundable MrW01'u ANC AM I/( / .(11L. .IANAPlb' IAv1510AIICAOlANpWttiNO 1001. 1""i4 KN'T )u1 5iPd It 11010A
vot'J\o'eJ !mi' fl pad NOTISIND ANY00AN0 II' Ixt
YOU ARE: HaUBY on return will be required Tbe bidder I
4BEDROOMabatlu. Small down 140 frri' dri .S'HlrJndA:; ahadr That n HIU of ComplaUil tar Dtvorao muet f urn lot). bid bond certu>d stgNaptIUarNtleplV, \ r I DO toot NIM'I'M $1 t( I i Urit' P0u NLYLl POa4tistow'
payment ......m. mortfa 311Ht4 tr>-.> S( HOr : baa been flled Malnet yon.aad check or bank .dealt in the amount To MAAeY hIANR A IIW TUU MANTA. 'G MAiY IN''' ,
St.. NW. 2S3-OTM 10-15( 2H 11M 1S-I4 you are required. to ....... a of It* of total bid MOHTM4AAO MOW CAN I 1OUI TWIN ra
copy of your Anewer or Pteadinfomplabrt RMM la reeerved to reject sap L IN LOO'( WITH RUSTY ? (
THIS ONE: la to Into -* ,... .d; 9131(1 olt)'
ready move
10 the BIB '" on or an bide .... to. award. Individual
and start :' lurk the rraee or prktlra .1turaaP WALKER. unlta ae ahown .in tbe bid RKhtla = Il
try your flahlnf at eoinmunltypier U .J, kAIE a WsNae. Van Shiver tmiMtng reaerved la !hold nil bide lor a
on Lake Hartndie 1 bedroomi Winter H..... Florida sad period of SO .dar prior to makini :
3 balk, S1SSOO, Churk B Froemkr8CHOENTHALER file the orifwal Aaewer or Pleadme ....... Jf'
: A CO JM-tlM' I. I 51M. Office at the Clerk ofIw Oenxruotlua ..... la b> mailed. ,.. r
Bra.. 4 Wk-enda 2IH&11 U-H<< Circuit Court on or before the Fkwtda row EapeaWnn Flo I
I , \1. 'I I Jlay :fl .*... If you tail to .. aajudtment =. Cttraa BulMUid Srd WreetNW
rata DOWN I! J I \ by drleult win be takenacalnet PO .... IMO Winter HavenFlorida
1 A I BR e-Concrett Block Hornet you for the reHrf demand on er before I pm June
Ckartea McComle Reg BrokerMSSS4S I to! I' .4 to the Kill ef Oomptamt IMS. IM4ElMbtt
Lum7 tow 51rida, Ibis. Wtb day of Apr1L
A 0 1.... nuildiac oanatnMtbw. eon ,
D H SLOAIt aMa of a IM fl .diameter oanareo -
A Lot For R1.iCttWt .... _* ........1 and atunrwanebielnc .
) WtUJiM eaturtor walla wood emu -
B Legal Advertising *t the firm of and irpnuni board rural Neal 5 WArtT ( uv, 4A7"NNA
So Uttle WALKER RAir WWES, tbma aMuetlral fibre planter fell trN41AAId (A10t9 MOUhGUANkt1NINe YION / p) el ',(/ PI'N v
Van Skiver BMvdmr. cant 15141 5,551 4.54. Neuter.n.ar51 I /ALUT A eIINAW4 tsl15 10.OA5 dalN h AR,
(IITrorETTENTSIJlltHIAL Winter Haeea FloridaAltoneye tale e4154 e4de. eel I 10 of ,"4 1A4,: ae, Ap we IMIM 1ATa51 athrr wt (ArtN rrtN
l" THK ( POLE lor ptamtNYApr cnr Ii.M .. r51.5.stNMI A; / a
Cloie. . Walking < INtlT. J. IS. ISM l 1.75. r., Pel540 4 ri01X i", ,! '
In SE section COINTT, rUJnlDA SS May_!_!, _. := rn I a !
las r0W.5r Inr5rafins
distance large 100 /NANR5V. at
to School on |>
N./IlwW14.MFl.N..11 I. THE ('1111'" roi'air or TV* / s4 5975 e.' viapI asb I
ft lot Neat t bedroom CB Caw PALMER TENTH JJtlrWIAL IIIUirT IN ,.: r.n5-51/ 51945e4..5.54
tile bath home. Carport i utility MELVIN }511..0 AND roB POLE cot STY, a54. n.rs.554 5115r k.sF'
-0.- ru).io* 11 tny.rADOFTIOO lor 505511. ...., sad 55475
kitchen Includes Elec. p*o< e'i>f"cMi lesbian N 1
range J> ref,., drapes . Only MARIE 0. 5tltef44 WE (JAMMKlrWAWIITKEUeAND ore ]Ne. *te.Me.saW Hap II. I1154 _ _._ I t 1ew

12500. Terms.Beasley FWRJ30A TO i STaaajcMM netw To e......... i 3f r. '
THE: Wm"ro
rtrA".Slf P.pNr..1 ADOPTION ID THE 0t .t, JIVUCItOtET t ) i
Co. lone Palmer or MKKWuiNUT II AND FOB PULL Nx
Realty FIar&Ia. ...- *r. or r.nr"rMN, MPOM l0art. PWs18AIN I

W4 Iaa St. NW CT s.m7 Yau.... .hereby ...*.* 1M' a51at AborriuN aa ...UT. orndI
for divorce barn baa.n aj TO Jantea Ray 1VAN MIR NV1/
I .. .la tbe ..-. -. Addraea a Jwaw* -I I ITe r
.1 rou
tni yon are hereby re- TOO ARE Hntrav NOTIFIED AS.CradHen and Pereuna Kevln rAs,
rater a copy W paw nnimtr Ibal a rVtHM aw AdoptlM. .... Ctanma r 0 mitt* .AfawetSn
I mured to rm written defaneea upon been .... bi ... OlrrvM Cal >d ....... --- -
REALTORWEEK Of' aurt sieW. Bnrtov rWcKa. te .annvt DnvMtepne ".. and o. n af ,.* are nor* ---- -- -,
i 1 J".t' = Own lid Mat Wayne by natwlad. ... ran in duntoale HIctalmn
,... He.N .'r11a. .ay Mtoef by >anwe **..,.. and tomande I % r a l re. NC* nto*> > i> runtM m >HSV >
w7a .Buddnt15w.. ...... .., 01 A ....... .... BMty Jewi fteete bat ...... .. .. ---c LSd M? 'W.15 n Aivrro >rr ktJW O CW PMNdtA TH */ VA.l1 u8 r, w8.wetN1I
I sad1M6.r.. .. ... wit. P.1S51..n nor p. car. MMr.d Van ran, .......... 51 lbs = k 1. 'AXTnMk M> YOU CO MO? MY NeeM' ,
'd R
lent g70v 19t 4* I ,
hl. .nII Nee a.ritof .. x150 a ruse 'II r 54 Y aC R5945.4 A S..r.a. otI. W/tNO WXint OWW /e1. ,th.15stI.e.... ..?..I.." atl.d. C4Wt U. Iwo w ........ .... to .... bin tt*' m the OennM /ALACI_ TMA M wIAT7FlV #,, MNP Tkxx To derLGtII
Sewer Of' ..... wrNt.n ells vbr eaM r...nmihe ........ .r at *nn w Ptorlda, vMbM /
eresl..01,_rt1 If..IIt rranteil en M5km.r..inlaywas. Ma ......,r menua Ir-n April. AA"11ro
en decree .. O a.n 31S Van Skiver .. t- walcn n> be date af .... TnpRSNCH
van rase' hy4'. ...car. ..arnieaWinter Hsv.. 5Tr1. flrat publbaUaen ef Hue neUna Bark I
(oar.ww nlwf .......d 51 1M red ... W rla51.t S .... aelun 51515. M dens..Iwst is m wrmdMne !
ef tbe Cert ef tbe Omni' Carl i/. 51.1 ..... IM 5t.e. 54 -
:: offMalj2s7SSx.s.r3S law*** nailaa.. an er ben*., ifce ... p>M .... aSSrem eftne
; y ISM ulaimnnl, new be over* Wnnd 1
MOT so a o *Me be Med .. afr r)4. aretoe
..... .en CeaHieM *. be mt..re. namn wtB kmniii vedMIUSX d
UOI/E LQ' April AD D": ..u.irt.UUAN ,, 55a pw an* the rabW Warts TtnuiEatnaannrp I
(aPe -"- ........... ....... wWM .. 1Mkif 455101.
7D1IORE/N'U- "0 .... We.4rgr and w0..
... my band. a4 ami afCCSnMM roO .. STS
A BETTER htWE I / =iIi- Onart M ftWntv rtoeV Winter *a- Fin.

THRU A REALTOR I =:.-Vst Nan-. D a SL StUUM af fa JWay Ancillary Alsn.ye EaeentrbiIS.b.. .Iti

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



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

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Allstate Insurance Co. Gordon Bros. Concrete

G.n. Wuri.l, Ag.nt 3rd & Av.. P, SW Phon. CY 3-6049
226 W. C.ntr.l Ph. CY 4.2190
W. T. Grant Co.
American National I Bank { Southeast PUia Shopping Ctnftr
II Fifth St., SW Phon. 293.4176

r Gulf Counties Gas Co.
Oil's ABC Package l + I + North of E.gU L.lto City LimIts Phon. 294.4159
219 Third St., SW Phon. 293-2216 -
I Harrell's Garden Center
Bank of( Lake Alfred Southeast Plaza Shopping Cntr
120 S. L.k. Short Way L.k. Alfr.d

,a Havendale Drive-In Theatre
Barber Auto n : ,1 ,
Supply < ; and Ritz Theatre
J191 H.v.nd.l. Blvd., W. CY 3.1131

Haven Dale Lanes
Beasley Insurance Agency ,,,r, ,A,; 4 '? Bowling
'" "' 2350 31st St., NW Phon. CY 3-5126
110 Av. A, NW Phon. CY 3-4147

Bentley Bros., Citrus Dealers Hollister's Grocery
I0'/i' C.m.II, Dr. Phon. CY 3-7676
365 Art. R, SE Phon. 294.4155

Kenny Hough Service Station
Berry Builders Suppy, Inc. Across Strt from EloIse Post Office Ph. CY 3-0190
345 Av.. C, S.W. Phon. CY 4-3193 r
Lake Alfred Packing Co.Bill. .
'. Curb Market 160 W. H.in.i Blvd. l.l* Alfr.d FR 2-1523
600 3rd St., SW Phon. CY 3-2213 I
Lake Region Bank of Commerce
Bordo Products Co. 150 Third St., SW Phon. CY 4-3131
7th St. A Av.. R, SW Phon. CY 3.3111 ''
.? LarriLea Beauty Salon I

Bowen Grove Service s .. -1 226 3rd St., SW Phon. CY 3-0656

241 AVI. E, SW Phon. CY 3-3761
Martin Plumbing & Hardware

,. Bradford Oil Co. 140 E. H.ini Blvd. L.ke ,Alfr.d FR 2.1530

Sholl Jobb.r Phono CY 39072Bud's
J Mather Furniture of Winter Haven

'*' "Polk County1 Horn of Qutlity Brindi"
Wrecker Service .
US 17-92 L.k. Alfr.d Phon. FR 2.1131 Morrison's Cafeteria

W. Cntr l I 2nd St. Phon. 294-4155
Central I Florida Gas Corp. M %-,

361 Third St., NW Phone CY 3.2125 , One Hundred Lakes Marina

6th & Ave. G. SW Phon CY 3-1009
Chevrolet Center
260 Sixth St., SW Phone CY 3.3143 Peoples Bank of Auburndale
Bank Bldg.- Auburndal -WO 71171Premier
Christ Auto Supply s

50 Third St., NW Phone CY 3.3 126 Motors, Inc.
lincoln-M.rcury Soles t Service!
324 Third St., SW Phone 293.0631
Beautiful Cypress
like Eloise Phone,CY 3-2111 BUCKLE UP!' Publix Food Stores

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104 W. c.ntr.iAv.. Phon. CY 4.2044 suddenly in a collision or emer- peace of mind. to save lives In co-operttlon with Sun Finance & Loan Co.
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Winter Haven KIDS'!' Have You Entered the Taylor School of Dance Arts
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