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 13, 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: VID00270
Source Institution: University of Florida
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Partly cloudy THE with WEATHER possibility of *f er. Winter H aven D al ,y N ewsIe I f CHrw Capital Of The W rld

noon ihowert. High today 88 to 92. Low "You Always Read It Rnt
tonight 68 to 72. Southerly winds 10 to
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ii-l Florida Clubam Vote Recount

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Tilden Jr., citrus grower Stale Canvaislnf Board today
I IBOY Iz was elected president of the rp officially declared Mayors hay
a Florida Club at lit annual meet don Burnt of Jacksonville and
Ing held last night at the Lake Robert Kin, High, of Miami II
Region Yacht and Country Club the runoff eandldatei for governor -
President Tilden replaces May M
M l. Apple, who has headed The board also declared stale
Up the orgtnlutlon for the pact Rep Ctrl Ftlrclotti of Miami.
model of the Scout located
two yeara Apple moves to vie* tile first primary winner of the
near Lake Walet went on diipley Monday .t the Exchange National Bank. Shown admir. president replacing alph race fat Hate attorney general,
Ing the exhibit, which will b. on dilpl'r.t the bank through Friday, art, eloelwU from Thompson, W. k. Pynersoo ii noting out incumbent James W
upper right Rog.r Clapp, bank and past president of the Gulf Ridg. re-.lected ecrury-tr !jr, Kyntt by less than 100 ot...
Council; Alfred Eater, president-elect of the council; Jimmy Costello and Cody Estes, ei The board heard a lengthy

members of Boy Scout Troop 12); Norman Wiseman, recently appointed Lake Region protest by representatives of
District executives; Tommy Costello, scoutmaster of Troop 12};.and. Jack Sfraughn$ member Members, for of the Board of rrectors /| len Scott Kelly of .Lakeland
year .
number three mm I in the titmm
of the executive board. .
and tyck Collins, Haines
for l1H1D.mo.rat"
eats governor on
W. L Rtley and ld Jones,
WtI.t'\! .....Bold, >v.r dinofc ticket who llleied

Pilots DonateTo Johnson Pave tore er. Jaffie* Sort, J. K AMERICAN: I '..-FlCERS-4-iierJenHleholt, ( l*g!.> P. H offUcri elected, counUtti voting Irrerultrftlti lifoIII'
.. s".' Hay Wmter Mtf fevesl'fkk Ktogftsm, all 0"" leit light arci, \ ,m lo!" front rew Don Koehier. commander, BLIP' Monies, first viet But the board bad told Kelly

.. ;0- prondent' C W.. Schoonover second vice president Bill Wafien, third vice preildenti al the ittrt that It bad M authority ,.
PUn were talk*** over about and Jay 0 C.fey, Hospital Drive Under Fire the pvrchaae of a AtUdfcsg MI* ,,11//., pear commtftdei; Ed Marottl, oieeutiv commander; J. W. III! Clarke, executivt srkle.. order a recount or fo
for a OII.lW.permilMt home commander; Ken Duke. finance officer; Jests Glen, hlitorlant and Laurence W. May, behind the official retuttt at
for the club. Other Jiluaslon iergeant-at-armt, certified by the election official
centered round.h.ate Kelp. with of the IT eountiat.
Fund WASHINGTON IUPI>-lIou.. owned by Mrs Johnson to Bath the Citrus M Itanew
Building bxpotlttan Kelly who came In the room
Republicans may try soon to er material for their effort location Koehier-Named
midway through the hearing tteomptnled
lay part of the responsibility for The (wo member. Ret*.
hi. wife.
The Pilot Club of Winter HaY- U.S. rural poverty right on the Dave Mar*. R-Neb and M.Ok Owing the pall M years that lakelancCofC Seeks Mtrfl. takt by he would pretty confer
ev voted $100 to the Winter Haven doorstep of the White House Snyder, R.K,., declined *J I, the Blab hat been orfknlscd lit with bit tttorneyi before deal
Hospital Building" Fund tits Two GOP members of the comment when uked about! the main purpoe has been to offer Commander ByLegionnaires
h. will itch
If tUte-
regular meeting Monday night House Education and Labor reports both monetary and physlot 1""help' dine by a
and heard John Smith executive Committee, which It considering "I don't know anything bath with the operatton of the bigsatewide End To FeudThe neat of Tuesday la which be
College ark be would accept the dect-
director of the Polk County Attoclttlon President Johnson's 1962 Ii," Snyder aaidJUsrttn refused. i show.Jaycees .
ales of the board and would not
for Retarded Chlldren. .
million! tnti poverty bill, are reported to mike any attlement
challenge the results In court-
to have visited tenant However It wet learned that
Mrs. J. H. Whitney, chairman farmers In Alabama land Lakeland Chamber of board member Dora Cci Phil* The reason for the conferencemay
of scholarship and special on photographs and Interview Seek commerce has made overture lips, who made the successful have been a statement by
made during the visit to the Dm J Koehier first toward haunt the wound of State Adtmt,
education, also announced that vice motion lo reject II Secretary Tom
the 1964 Pilot Scholarship recipient Johnson property near Billingsley Man Of YearNominalions commander of the FrtertonNlcbela caused by the rift over the Directors of the Lakeland canvassing board chairman
had been selected and Planning Clinic Ala last weekend were American Legion Peel, location Cf Polk Junior College, Chamber have now voted to table that be felt Ktlly't tttorneyt
would be announced during the being prepared for a news conference was elected commander for The Chamber board voted .e'I of the Junior bad impugned the Integrity of
Winter Haven Senior High to be held In the near 1M443 at the annual election unanimously to table any fur- :Mien: for the time being election authorities In several
School Class Day exercises on future Nomination for the Winter TueedsjrLefkmnalrM. User dltMtakm about the location John Moot vice president of countlei U they made charges
June 2.Mitt. Set For PolkA The material wn said to be linen Jtyeee't Annual Young voted from 4 of the new school, and d.. the chamber, said he tale the of |Irr. *larltlt. and then did not
Alice E.Sherman, aimed at showing that the tenants Man of tided to make their Brat "good of the
prea- The Year Award are to I p m. and the result were matter selecting permanent do anything about It.
Ident of the club presided at on the 2.8fiO-tere holding now being solicited from all snnouMed at the weekly meetIng neighbor" trip of the year to site should be "left In lie suggested they take the
the meeting following dinner at planning clinic will be live in badly deteriorated bout- civic clubs and Individuals itwat I by Ed ntehwon.> chairman Winter Haven. the hands" of school board and matter to court
the Park Restaurant. held In the Polk County Agricultural Ing with poverty-lord, Income reported toda)'. of the election committee. \ The Chamber had.... backIng state officIals."R At one point. Kelly stood up
Smith presented a briefing Building, Hwy,. 17, The two GOP congressmen All nomlnatkmt should be two Lakeland school board don't think Will U a problem and went over and talked to
on mental health problems and South, near Barlow on Wednesday apparently were operating un sent to Poet Office Box ttt by Alto elected wereBill! members who refuted to go of the Lakeland Chamberof Tallahassee Worth
described the operation of the and der auspices of the I..... Republican along with a stale survey team Commerce or the Winter
June Monies first vke
next comminder.Chester him
Thursday, Tuesday, a Jaycee Moore. apparently calling
.. recommendation the
and county achievements.tiioclttion It* alms 10 and 11. sponsored by the fongrewiontl (Cam spokesman said today Qualifications Srboonevtr, second college be located at Ui,.Winter Haven Chamber" he said.of Commerceany down for personal remark be
palgn) Committee longer,
Polk County Planning Board Repuelleaa mutt accompany the vie commander' ; BIll Wit Haven Golf Course made to Secretary Adams. ,
He traced the history of the The Lakeland chamber had
aide the Ectoallon
at and La-
and conducted by Dr. Ernest nomlnatloni ton. third vice commander; There bee been talk throughout At another point. D. A
organization since Its earlier announclHl..Uout fight
R Btrtley, professor of political (Continued On page < Col. I) LtureM W. May s rgeantattrmt the about TrolaM, Lake attorney for Kelly 4
1551. He people
denned the All candidttei to have the achool near Lakeland *
mutt be ::15
retarded as "like you and science at the Universityof Jay D. Gofer, chap. J boyedMng Lakeland merchants rejecting a promise mad< was told by Adams to tit down
Florida years of age or younger to be lain Ken. W Duke, financeofficer. of
the exception that when ; and Its political candidate. to the Winter blares chamber saying the attorney wee out
Dr. Barney, Polk County eligible for the award. Jesse W Glut, his.. order
he was bora or shortly there Rocky Nixon : In !last"ttk'.iteUon.voter some lime back
after a certain portion of the planning consultant, recommended The candidate will be chosen titian; J. W. Clarke Elmo county-wide gave a substantial John M. Dryson, general Troiano lad turned over to
brain failed to function and It the clinic to which the by secret vote by a special Hood and Ed Mtrotti. ", .m. vote of confidence to the county manager of the Lakeland Chamber Adamt a key which Troiano
decayed." Brain tissue never county commissioners, representative committee Voting will be bell of the executive emmtttee echoed personnel who have representative will. Mill Bald wit the key to a voting
repairs therefore, the brtln from etch municipality Get Big Vote based on the candidates nom backed the stale recommendation Winter Haven to msd-June on a machine la Monroe County lie
does not function normally, he and major Interest InaUont and qualification. (Continued 00 Page I Col. .) and voted ml Lakeland "good neighbor" visit said be received tt from a per-
group In the county are expected The Chamber usually take ton who was unauthorized to
ttld.Going further Into mental retardation to attend. By United Prett bteraittoflilCor 17I'" UII 11 L Several of these tripe a year. have It In bla po....._
be explained two Session on Wednesday will Nelson A Rockefellerand US. INSMCTION STAFF coNCEANfoPeanut Thli will be the first trip wi* "I am amated al the carnal
categories: the eduablend the start at I p.m. and continue former Vkt President year. way In which the board reed.
(Continued On Page S. CoL I) (Continued On Page 6, CoL C) Richard M Nixon demonstrated r They will treat the llavratte. Continual On Pg. I, CoL I) I
vote-getting power In West Virginia Mold Is ProbedA I to dinner and a round of golf,
tnd Nebraska primsriei according" to officiate of the two
Parking Meters DiscussedAt Tuesday but Sea Barry Cold- chambers Red Cross Is

I water tailed away another nioldfcwnd on peanut which to late 100 large aumfcer here and abroad mow of!h*InfervegfAg One of the Lakelanddlrecterauggeited I
cluster of convention votes i. lethal to nth and fowl and of turkey torn la England time I I. ItoUle the that a "_tral'*
Club from three iteteiRockefeller aces cancer In rata will bemis were traced to feeding with toils and determine lit chemical committee from La lit II ad adS
running unopposed of the male topic of dla- Matawtoaled peajwt meal ob- composition. """ 1111'. committee from Praised HighlyPaul
late West Virginia COP cutatao next week when g''ven. tamed from Dread India and The potion! known at afla- Winer haven should meet to
Parking meters "were eu aed are Just one of many canaea primary, woo nearly two-thlrdt meet peanut lMp tioii official Afrkt. It ire token scientists toxin eaa cause death ins weekto resolve difference on 11I.1 katie .
and discussed" as part of the for a given condition and urged of the votes showing better meet In Washington D. C. .t duckHnga when It it given of the school Anderson Tampa, general
Kiwanis club's weekly luncheon more emphaslt on attractive the had been expected. 0 Iet&1. from an of the pea !! 10 them to hKfe doeet Pro Prisms told the director. "I field representative for
program yesterday Mmerchandlalng" by dovntown However, the results' are not. net producing state meet every longed feedings of ttUleirt to am re.eonMe advtMd thai Red Croat to this area talked
Mayor Richard DtnUUr and merchant binding M the all... 14 delegate rear to discuss. the Inspection rata to moderate done (tar dlacMelonc arc Quietly being with board member yesterday
City Manager ClUf Ryan, both: H* **td a poll of W person *. A* matter stand Geld precram. This ,..r", ...ull( let tam those required with. held. The lees Mid about it. afternoon/ at the regular monthly .
members of the club and planning at ratites on the afreet had rat water although not on the bal will be bald May 17-11. .r some otter cancer ea wring the better" I meeting.
consultant MUo Smith all salted to. eight replying that tot la expected to net at least Herbert M. Rlley of Water chemicals) produce: niaUgmurt "I that, If there is sat Chairman
offered comment on various the meter made no differenceIn three and possibly more convention Raven, who U in charge of liver Lmrre.Mute Chapter Tommy
CoL Introduced
Continued On / 4) Grant the
fit official1
aspect of the preient situation.Oneway their iboppteg habits. Two vote, with two for PMMH inspection tar both ,lo- ware remains to be
mats also came "had no ,"1IIIp" r*> lilt mat KockefeBer and aiM tttB pub rlda and. Georgia said mat he leaned about ails....'. po- Wag who complimented the
la tat a chare of the remark ter. Betty tmeommkl.d has bee rec 4vtaf material usual law. harm,partt Urlrlo pm chapter ea the high standard*
Meter are The RcckefM ",.. to direct 1 evidence s of performance In the patt. "TheWinter
Dantaler started the ban roll neceaaary to camp from D. .. MameMM, CM of man M
InC by giving background: Inter move trafflc to a*effleleat maaaer claimed a "moral victory" for the lop federal kaepectton offletato cf MaNY to turn***, Haven area chapter .U
mutton on the state of tilt dtJ' the easy manager potot4 the New Tarter aad hoped his on 04 maid (aaper- r but I kaow of ao aatmal teal Deity ctrwadmf (w bee) ee of" th* finest to tfc* entire
ditto related to parking meter oat They serve a* "efleet showing would\ persuade the Luis claw). r ed ttafa demosurtraied com free th* frail and VegetableIMC Hate, said Anderson.
CaHlng his remark "com poticeman. nocxomnitted West Wdnte TeM CIa.d4 so hir plate reeietaM to 11." report ***** DrvmiMBy : John Murray, president of the
pletely unofficial," Daatsler Smith declared that more delegate to swing to his side hive.. not ladtoated any 4 ang.r Daaeel BaMa, acting dt- rt*. I.S1 grapefruit./ Winter Have* High aVboot led
pointed cut thai it would take parking demand create "_. to ia. frucbc. at an to .tain**., ttceordtegtoitey. ., rector of me food and Drill oritM, by bat $!0 oranges; Crow effort waa welcomed rata
the aaaeat of too per cent oltheboldsrs Justtfleatlo tor meter," at a In Nebraska Cddwater won . aJihough H tea prerwlhermM Admtetolraltoa'a >*reuof eleoiinc by truck, tjoet(rts fnmX U,TUcrane new number of the board awl)

< parting reveme certificates method of eontroL an easy victory and his backer .. to tint 1&1I...*. ,. '...... .Research.CMC **. total. IW grtpefrult wW repn teat youth, during his
to modify the nMn iy K L. Tkn Payne. to the predicted Goidwatrr war at- The moM .has. beer app rtacon thought to be a barml 2OIft crangct for a shipping tern of office.Chairmen .
program Re Indicated It would ojmtkm period pointed out thai sued af U of th 11M..'. M .*... tor many ,.,., .tt ftmy... (hca,clddet*.. had of 3UIJ hotel Grant prmnirt the!
be estremely tfUOodt locate th* on.-wa, system had been nuke vote IHNy said M ctrfy reeendyhaa '4 largely on .*.IItI' rrowt Tainrry receipts n.Ml grapo reseed budget from phi bg c.
all the bcodbntders.yu totalled "after the new thoppCSotiaoed On tie other tae MM (tr base tan cflMtrnaeost - ijron4thrive moil, .la th* fruit MJH oranges for a ctn- *t committee which .0taJ4 '".

I pointed oat that motor* ( On Page I, Cal I) (CoaJnue4( On Pa/c .. Cot I T it. HfiSttTfct WUY 'CooUaued On Page I. CoL 1) leery total ol IM.lit bens (Continued CIa p R Card, atI !7


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Mey 13. "1964

Robs Holds Tkree Plane Etoape Crash The Citrus : y... ....... .-

KIT WEST (UPI) Tfcree'

Margin In worn* escaped serious >I.** By JACK GURNBTT' .: -.' .
dtteMDM .
"fIIIIdaJ The Florida CMraa Reporter
crippkad ptas. to lbsocs.e d :
Just after inking off NMD AtMtTOS PAPER Winter :
Panama VotePANAMA here for Palm Beach White Rob Rutledge and the bedrock .
lira Peter PulitZer wife of otter .tvaM at Florida Citrus td ore.
CITY (UPI-Oov the grandson of the late Mra pub- Mutual art playing rather coy teresta Hi YOU' Can't afford not to come over 500 garments
ttaher Joseph In dtadftng what may take growers ,
eminent candkltte Marco RoWe
Laura Bobbins and Mrs Ale place and be said at the annual
presidential* held the race lead In today Panama'a but cla Cuomo, the pilot were ree- meeting of the supercooperstire's at the .. at Savings from 1 1/3 to 1 1/2!
twice cued by a Navy helicopter and growers members here was
ousted President
ex taken to the Navy hospital June M, this writer's close aequatataMt while m
Amulfo Arias and
was gaining
here with the organisation members
It appeared the outcome wouldbe
The Navy said the twin-es give me a few breaks wise
close gins plane crashed when one allow me to draw on past experience ture It *
Returns from 1,030 of the nation of the engines failed shortly original
', 1,141 voting precincta after takeoff A commercial One thing la certain the retiring bershlp : ,
gave Roblei 124,830 votes to plane In the area picked up president W. Max Acree '
US.764 for Arlai and 41,511 for the women's distress call and Jr., of DeLand, who could be ALL- 1- t.
Juan A. Galindo an opposition relayed it to the Navy succeeded by Al Carlton of Since .w/
candidate who baa conceded defeat Wauchula, will need, figuratively day of
Pirate Radio speaking, asbestos writing Florida

Roblea and Arlaa both aup- Go Free paper address on which at to the pen meeting his principal Haven meet I 1964 Fashions for every occasion on sale l .
port President Roberto Chlarl'a Ships "aibettoa action.
And by the term
caQ Panama for a Canal revision treaty of the US, LONDON (UPI-The British paper", we mean the speech yesterday about it racks in our first floor dress department. \
'government has given up plansto will be ai hot at a $3 pistol attention .',, t J
Four other candidates trailed suppress pirate radio ships It'. Acree'a Intention, ai I. fresh . .> .
far behind. It appeared Improbable Caroline and Atlanta which aee it now, to bring to the attention cated :.
that the Communist- were operating as commercial of the growers, not on. press to .
supported Socialist party would radio stations in competition ly those attending the meetingbut change .
poll the 5,000 vote. it needs to against the British Broadcasting statewide, what Mutual to chin In
continue in existence Corporation It was disclosed feels are failures, discrepanciea phy
negligence and other factor -
to the SALE
The electoral tribunal said it General Reginald within the citrus deal, hampering With DRESS
was too soon to proclaim Roblea Ita progreiiHe )
Bevls has advised Conservative
the winner of Sunday's members of Parliament he will la expected to point out of motion ... .... ... \. .t ...,. -
presidential election because a merely I keep an eye on the that we are now well Into the mittee, a
number of tho precincts which ships to see that they do not second pott-freeze year and no ne,. P: <
have not yet reported are regarded interfere with assigned International reaearch bas been started to tell held here
aa Arias strongholds wavelengths the grower what can be done to
minimize danger from low ternperaturea. from all "798
He will be highly\ be men DRESSES Were Nock Nelly Don
caustic, I predict in his com the 12.00
POLK COUNTYGOLDWATER menu about the failure to get along
Into real production, productand There
merchandialngretearch, be
will probably rake "the powers names to It like DRESSES Were Now 998 Cay Artley
that be over the coals for the rut Coif 15.00
Infiltration of politics Into the Citrus e
industry, and he will not be too d I
kind In his remarks about the BACK

current type of advertising and. When DRESSES ,Were Now 1198 VillagerDauphine -
merchandising work that is being covering
forPresident done by the Florida Citrus beat he 18.00Were
Commission veterans
In other words unless all the them
signs available to this writer that he DRESSES Now 1398
Ra11Tuesday are wrong and acknowledgingthe Ing 21.00
fact that neither Rutledge try.
nor Acree will say a word, aye And .
or nay, on this prediction-this enced
June 16 affair will be red hot. was Ned Were Now 1498
I[ expect there win be a lot of mayor 23.00
citations of verse and chapter :
aa well aa names, dates and Is a
places In Acr..'. last blast as frankly "
Mutual president The constitution : subjects were
Now 1798
and bylaws limit him to ified to ; 1 I
fOr one-year terms tell me .I 26.00 t,. ... .. ; ''> 14.r
< Then, too, to leaventhe meetIng Ita none .., .'. .. ,(\I AI. . ." .
out, there will be a personality And ( \ : ,.' -.r I., :" '" '"

I May rated nationally on the program-a known entertainer high. been Ned DRESSES Were 30.00 VI'NoJ. 1\998' Mendel('* .

or entertainers. Wouldn't teal man f
mind hearing Frankie Fontaine try His
Will Roger, Jr., or even that love'e .

19 I ol' klssln- Minnie cumin from Pearl the- again.mountains Citrus sought, '"DRESSES 3600; NOW 2398 Nantucket

Would you? He la
Now, all the foregoing la to men
perry 0MwatrDinner be considered Just a forecaat big

not bated statement on any official from Mutualor or unofficial 1 DRESSES Were 40.00 Now 2698 Donna Petites

any of its membera or It.". I
Truth of the matter, as this II
P.M. Near
7:30: being written I haven't sat
down across the desk with Bob ,
Rutledge In better than two Air Save on over 400 dresses in half sizes juniors misses womens petite

months.This win be the 16th annual Mra. ( sizes. These dresses selected from our stock, every dress with its own nationally

meeting of Florida Citrus Mutual Verdea famous label!
and will lee the organization leading
HAVEN holding a real Sunday punchof tlonal air
some 13.ooo.plul Individual Mexico,
members Ant Rutledge, Acree Into
et al know that these annual Marlon '''' ..
HOTEL meetings tar heavily coveredby Tex., ;
news media It.rfera-and Four .
what better place to serve noticeon Whyte
all and sundry that MutualIs was :
dissatisfied with what is being ing 13.9 .
done with the growers' mon than her
Principal Speaker ey? What better a sounding Mra. J. '
board could one have and I .
.', statements, I predict night and Suits "vi 1498
WILLIAM C. CRAMERUnited will be the lead In every newsman's here . ,. 18: Now I Nelly. Don'
Only tSuits report from the meeting . ,..
That la, barring some unusual New F
event like somebody commlting .
States Representative suicide on the floor of the meetIng grueling Mra. \ Were

or the unexpected visit of engine NOW 1798 Hill
the head man of the LBJ ranchIn here 26<00 Quality
Texas. (Did you know he has said she
some Interest In a Rio Grande today
$5.00 Regular Admission citrus project?) Eight
$10.00 Patron Ticket yesterday This writer of had attending the pleasure the Mra.more In Suits US: Now 2498 Glengarry .

55th annual meetln- Winter gomery.
Haven Citrus Growers Association .JI
and partkinf of a nice \
lunch. This la the first time Over 100 pieces in our wonderful collection of orlon and cotton
Spring Suitsl I Ij
YOU CAN GET TICKETSAT its that membershln the isolation<< meetings hs held In Poor

the packing house-and the '. t
first time tt, a newsman was r r.
Invited And we found a lot United
of nice peoole count on
H & H Pharmacy Haven HotelOR When a flr ttlme Invitation an a p .p
come skm" from an old line .wheels HATSNow .
FROMREPUBLICAN onanlittlon such aa WHCGA Dulles \ COATSOnly
I beck to look for a gimmick
-but there were no gimmicks lers
hi this neet It was Aboard 1 ,
run la a businesslike manner rence
MEMBERSED and reports Indicated the coop D'Amlco 13 Spring Coats
did a good Job this season Federal
and has good oroapecta for carrier V2
MRS. WARD HUGHES in pern wool boucles
JONES the future. It added some looms Ing as a spun ,

MIS. PAUL K. HEISUR GEORGE McCONXEY during the *ear- some were A not, FrfceST and jersey
300 acres had co-e In underIts c.
protective umbrella.It's Sara $10
to $15 on
er saw
been this writer's pleasure
to know E. S. (Ned) Horton the 50% on all each coal!
Must Be the CCA manager, for gear up.
Reservations many ,..n-he was. mayor of ly to summer Millinery -
the town but Ir 19 So the
top echelon of the organisa Over 100 hats in while, blade navy

Made By Saturday lion mayors Includes of the to-vn two -former Horton why George CM and beautiful pastels t/lhntn.
and A. M. Hess 1'131.31), aa with : it I
vice pmldent an-f has Austin ". .
Race former city commissioner ooese. "I I 1R .
Morning May 16. and now chairmanof would some of, 2M W. C:_ \ \\tIr""ltlV '

the county school board 'God .li .
at a director

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3 Big Value-Packed Days . Thurs. thru Sat.


Men's Short Sleeve Knit Shirts / Bargain !

noo '
Sizes S, M and L $ $300 SLACKS

and .
i Regularly) to $5.00 . . NOW SIVIAf ,.._: SHIRlf.. /J

Infant's Panties Ont Group Men s Button Down jf\\, IL"J v '- I
SPORT SHIRTS L any <> 'f I
IVY tlien
S, M, '
. Normm Wiseman succeeds BIO Ctootwood VINYL. SHORT SLEEVE

I New Scout Executive Arrives ACETATE LINED 2 Prs 89 C Small Reg.Silt, $3.99 Only $200.JrING" TO VPI-..

By BILL WATSON for I year before he was N .... .-
Start Writer transferred to Blytheville, qwo
One of the people introduced Ark In Blytheville he continued s ;rOllt'V'fIIt
at the annual l banquet meeting his scout activities and I INFANTS'Booties TABLE
of the Lake Region Boy served as scoutmaster: for z ..
Scout District Monday night three yean, and assistant district '$ .
was the district' new scout commissioner for two
executive, Norman Wiseman year. Sacques Diaper 00 ;JJ
A native Ohioan, Wiseman $1
After his retirement from Gowns Tommie Tipple Cups ;
will be attempting to fill the
the Air Force he moved to
shoes mer district of Bill Cheatwood executive who for Tampa, where he has been Sheets And Many More Items each
employed by the Gulf Ridge
baa recently moved up to a
Council since March of this
higher position in the Gulf One Group BlTCHiELADIES'
Ridge Council year. I
The district Wiseman will He baa recently completed Irregulars of Reg. $1.99 ,, .
be serving is probably one of a scout executive training
the most active and largest in school in New Jersey. <

per the cent Gulf of Ridge the Council.available Forty boys Wiseman I* married and has Terry Towels i
in the area belong to either four children.At HANDBAGS f BATH TOWELS
the Cub Scouts, Boy Scout or present they till live in
Explorers. Tampa, but plan to move to

Winter Town in Haven the,council Auburndale Include, school Winter I is Haven outPiano a* soon a* Plastics & Patents f Beige, Blue, Pint, Green and Yellow SUPER ABSORBENT, ALL COTTON, COLOR.
dee, Davenport, Polk City, and COLOR
Loughman. Class ( BATH' $| 00
There are 1,052 boy registered
in 32 unit in the dis .00"Now'

trict.Wiseman's Job, a* is the job Gives Recital. $300 \ SIZE - -. -, to 4. ,. \ .t.

Of any district executive, Is to ," ', ', 7 I .. for iA
laison betweei.die "i''
act as a The piano class , volunteer scout leader in the HAND WASHCLOTHS
was presented In a recital 3-5100
district and the parent organi .2-5150 is
on Sunday evening ai her L .. .
sation, such a* the Gulf Ridge home, 104 Sixth St Jan Phyl . "

Council.Wiseman spent 20 year in Village.After each student performed I GIRLS'
36 ONLYLadies'
the Air Force and during two memorized compositions '
World War II he served a* a the class gave a group demon- *
gunner on I B.24 In Europe. ration of representative activities SHORT LENGTHS : ,
His plane was shot down over from their monthly Rayon & Cotton
class lesson
enemy territory and he spent UniformsWHITE
Those participating were
a year as prisoner of war.
Gladys Woodhead,
Following liberation at the Jai Carter, Donna Mo-Addison -
conclusion of the war he returned myer, Marvin Hodges, Mark Cotton Piece GoodsLIMITED
to Dayton Ohio, where Wels, Vicki Carter and Larry : Knit PantiesWHITE
he spent the next 10 year Momyer. ONLY IN
doing research work. Following the recital the
In lass the Air Force transferred class presented Mrs. Hasse
him to California wherehe with a bouquet of red ro.lI,.
served a* a technical Instructor Refreshments were served to
During the tame per. the students, their parent and QUANTITY
led, he entered volunteer guest Assisting with the 3 $100
scouting for the first time He serving were Mrs. Marvin Yds.&s'
served a* an assistant cub- Hodges. and Mrs David Mo- Come Early! .
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f Winter Haven) Dally News-Chief OLD DOG NEW TRICKLetters

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"'Wi...... Oil 1 In*** Seto**..> by M. WUnW. He*** P lLNKMOM portance of the Atlanl

FtlWI.hl.g. C.. I..., It* M. .*.... ..W.. Winter H...e, MwMo In Review; UPI By.....ble Newt Aeelyst !tetra and remains a gin

CHAlLIS COIHOftN .d M.sa/N Bark in Europe for a meeting Bat the French say, tim
ministers chanced sine the begin:
JACK MAHAN A.Nai.h Wr..rHTM *" BHK WJ MOW Z/ of NATO States foreign Secretary of NATO in MM, and the
hulled Press latera.....
J. SULLIVAN AVeftkif M..ar /'r HOLLYWOOD (UPD-On of State Dean Rusk finds himself States should not expert"
adversary remain mere
--- familiar lies to pro)
NATIONAL ADVMTIS4N.. MfHISINTATIVI the sod ......* of this televi ( faring! Maurice a now Couve de Mur. A* for recognition o

She**** i Awedetei, ,In.. cei.q.. Ill sloe aeeoe i* the quirt exit of yule.-foreign minuter of Franc China France simply is
two stets who once formed the
ferrered a* Seaenu1 Clans Mill M.H.r S.*.. *, ltI4 ii 1k. Pies Oi eI .......'. pD The voice is that of Couve de sizing a force in beinp
I I" Whiter{ H..". Her1! unj., ett ef Merclt 2. Ill' team greatest comedy Murville but the words ere neither peace in Asia nor
lid Caesar and Imo- ,
gene Coca.OftMfcacks. those of French President Ch.r disarmament can be ac

MEMIE AUDIT IUWAU lea de Gaulle. without the cooperation
: video
j .. though by stars, It was on May ts. MM. that power in control of thi.
sometimes successful
OF CIRCULATIONSI De Gaulle formally put Into Chinese mainland
more often tail The Caesar
words tbreepoint program One De Gaulle object i
I show was a poor second to his the been ,
been has
MENSES old Miss Coca's which ever since has ready amine

Member UNITED PRESS INTERNATIONAL series program., "Grindl," though mediocre new guide.poet to French foreign pol.Ir mother rs close France,,

NATIONAL EDITORIAL The United' Pr... li i .....,." (. .h. HI. could have but ,. of the wars In Indochin
ASSOCIATION for repablicetiee.f. ill !...! news pins' fight a. Fr.nce'l task he said was Algeria has established!
I 144 .* In tkli "...,.,*r es well is all UPI developed over the bud, to disengage Hsetf from the relations with most of th,

News Dlieetcn.i. et.Still, the visions successful ( politic!, military and economic African nations which for

ADVERTISING DEADLINE obligations it once held over- were Its colonies and
comebacks continue. After an,
CLASSIFIED DEPARTMENT Lucille ***.. achieved s new pros
ly til. Wards I P.M. .,,1.... D.y. I Inch } PM. ',.,,1.! .. D*). Ball, Jackie Gleason It must "construct Europe based upon Europe
leeel N. Ic..t I PM. rrevlem O.y. ivnd.y EeMien D.dlia.FAd.y. Pair and some others
In the political, defense and economic The day is almost here
I DISPLAY DEPARTMENTi pulled them off The viewer
fields In close cooperation France must be
Sunday tltl..-.| PM. ThurtJ.yi Mend.y Mltl.it-1 P.M.. FrMayt may remember how performers recognlz
Tn.ij.y Edit** .-N.en Saturday; W.dnMC'.y, Twrcday.sd Friday like EYe Arden couldnt make with Germany sod establish a nuclear power.

UiH.-n-I P.M. Tw. Days G l Ad,,*nc*. It, but the practical actor I balance within the Communist Slower of achievemen
blOc. not yet a failure have be!
Member S.uthem N...,.,.' PublitKtn An.cl.tl.n thinks of a pay check. French stom- Gaulle's efforts to "consl
It must secure
M.", ", Florida Puss "...cl.tI." The failures piled up againthis
season. lo addition to Miss ic striking force 10 that France Europe in the image whit

SUISCRIPTION RATES Coca there was Chuck Con can have "her own share in Gaulle sees for it.Memork.
ly C.rrl.r ., Mall her own destiny" within a
Year, til.10; months, ft!10; I maths, 4.111; I month, $1.Idweekly. flora, who had more longevity tram work of "necessary *1Uances -
II e..nt.. Single Cepi I.w Dally I c.nti| Sunday, 10 .*ntt. In "The Rifleman" than IB the ."
new "Arrest and Trial," which
TELEPHONE CY"r... Mltl I* canceled. That was the program and ;
J the tilted Sates could like it
Richard Boone went on for y

years as "Paladin" but the or not.
A Thought For Last Saturday, in Brussels.Secretary ,
T Today ratings and network killed his Rusk found himself Miss Zathia Owen was tad

new anthology Phil Silvers with the same old president of the Sub
used to be a smash as "Sgt Jousting Club of the Winter
"Grace (God'i unmerited and Haven
t favor) (ipiritwl BUko" but his current comedy windmill. School.

peace be yours from God our Father and from the series Is a bust Richard Egan Americans, be laid, "simply 10 YEARS AGO

Lord Jesus Christ.. Eph, 1 :' had DO luck last season In cannot understand of absolute the revivalof independence Included among four

Apart from what "E m pi I r e." and showed itwasn't the notion graduates Initiated
God has done in Christ there in dealing with affairs Into
I fluke by getting canceled Beta Kappa, national
could be neither the free world
grace nor peace for man. again this semester In"R.Alen tic honorary
.e US. freedom of action be fraternity st I I
-Dr. Albert I Carnett Ida
State University was .
-On--t le other hand, Gene Barry complaint among our allies and said Is "rigorously E. Clarke
one "Bat Masterson" has To The Editor; natural friends among nations is scribed" by commitments ter Haven. Arrlngton of

that we are afraid to which include the defense of
I new hit In "Burke' Law. use our
News Chief Editorials And David Janssen formerly I power. France against attack and a A AGO
Dear Editor "A lover to consult Paris on affairs summer IC<
private eye In "Richard Diamond move on the part of our Government a of my country, pledge tossed
program was
,' succeeded this seasonin How many votes could a billIon should ever be allowed 1 am mindful of my debt to Its within the area of NATO.In board members at sin<

No "The Fugitive. buck buy? That I* a queer to become a political football free Institutions. I have no de- U.S. eyes, De Gaulle's declaration without

Apathy . There will be plenty of come. lion so full of political Implications to b* tossed hither and lire to see America dominate of independence from vsnce warning and It In

In th a recent primary election there was one back tries come fall. less Parker that the people havereached by avaricious politicians yon Itseems others But I have dread that V S. influence and dictates diately hit a number of sr,

thine noticed who gained fame as "Davy a state of utter eon.fuel. that plundering the public we shall fall to lead. I fear largely has been negative-his
everyone -people got out and voted. It that S
Crockett" and failed In "Mr. . Under certain condi purse hat become the order of we are turning our backs refusal to participate in Geneva .4.nlt.t'S

was one of the largest primary votes ever tabulated. Smith Goes to Washington! tions It Is poaalbU that an answer the day while an Impotent Congress on the principles which made disarmament talks, his Insistence HOLLYWOOD ''UPI'
This ia good Had to the question be forthcoming look this country great and which reorganization of cial ancient
some of these offices gone by near turns up anew as "Daniel on with com have upon automobiles
until after the election placency. Remove the kept her strong. I resent NATO and even his recognition being constructed by WBros
default, it would indeed have been bad for county and Boone. George Burns, minus In November and opportunities those who would legislate
perhaps not .
his wife Oracle for gran and you will of Red China studios as the major I
Allen will team
state but not so this time. Of course there were some with Connie Stevens even then.A foil the political racketeer. the freedoms that have made The French reply has been for Jack Lemmon and '
formerlyof America
hard fought campaign and interest around the state "Hawaiian Eye,' In the the few prtan days announced ago a headlineIn that the C. S. Pyle and the goal the of envy those of the who world have that France recognizes the im Curtis In "The Great Race

as well as the county ran high. comedy. series "Wendy and President would demand that migrated In search of the promised

What will happen on the 26th In many races Me. Congress place in his hands.without land. Why should w* ON YOUR
Car Wtllismwill bays i restrictions, the Dear Editor worship the gods of our enemy, TELEVISION DIA
the candidate who wishes to win is going to have to new series; she used to be In stupendous sum of one billion I am reproducing for you; the soviet Union? Why should

work as hard If not harder, than he did during the "Pete and Gladys" Craig Stevens dollars to be distributed by him reader a quotation from The. w* become more like the enemy WDIO-TV WFLA.TVClMMMll

first primary. The balance of votes could swing -either one "Peter Gums,"' returns 11.Jifi" .'I.cr.Uon 10t epr''ed Vole of Americanism" by Dr I each passing day? The enemy ca.-.I S e.WrTV-TV..... WTTT1ChWlW. 1.
ss a agent In "Mr. '. W. S. McBlrnle of the theepttomeof et tesocialism
press ** ** Selected b, tUm.Tb pastor en' NIC- Ale
way. The smart office seeker is going to be a student Broadway.4 Walter Brennan, amounts to be approximately United Community Church -why should,w* move' m that otede T_,. 0..114. Temp CIS

of the votes during the first primary and will know the grandpa of "The Real Me. two hundered million monthlyfor Glendale, Calif., radio new direction? America still has the

Coys," is I in another a period of five months.It analyst right to survive end prevail
sources and numbers, for it is presumed that he will tycoon as she is Wednesday NIGHT
"I or used to May
coming comedy series. must be understood that de- write ss a minister, historian be-why
hang on to his original voters and must others to then do we doubt the righteousness
get Carol Burnett and Bob New- prsd areas exist in every neWs analyst, and lover

Join his group. And the voter must pick the person he hart will take another crack at state In the Union and If the of my country. As a minister of our cause?' ':oo-N... News, s,..., N...,.. Wath.r P"I. Now

the home tube In avowed Intention Is to relievepoverty of a Protestant church, I am J. Lynn Reed Atli-Sperh. W/ler Weather Edit.dd s'ts Seers.. W'
feels will do the most for him and his In a variety series IO-CIS
"The Entertainers." Paul wherever It may be concerned over the shocking New NBC N...,. ABC N..s CIS News

short there must be no apathy in the coming election Ford, the hard-pressed colonelof found, s billion dollars Is only lack of will to destroy godless Dear Editor: :4I-CIS News NIC N... News. Weather CIS News

this does It. a drop In the bucket. communism, which seems to 7:00-$1. ... .
"Sgt. Bilks, has his own Won't you please print a Death Y.Ihy CMyaee Lucy She,
comedy show, "Th Baileys of If our President Is laboring paralyse our nation's foreign plea to people who own cats 71110-1. ...... Death Valley Cheyenne Lucy Sh.w

Balboa." Charles Boyer and under .impression that Ito him policy. I trace this to a lack to keep them in st night during 7JO-CIS News The Virginia Cheyenne CIS Reper'

Our One Way Streets. . David Nlven, who, with the late and him only belongs the honorof of faith In free enterprise the bird nesting season? 7:45Spei: 1 Rgant The Vi.i.i. Ch.y.... CIS Roper'
capitalism. This I* due In
this clever move to relievethe part
Without much fanfare most of us found ourselves Dick Powell once headlined troubles of the and to the brsln-wsshlng of our in. For nearly two weeks I OO-CIS N.w. The YIr..11II; Patty Duke CIS RepeA
poor ':11h.c.t
"Four Star Playhouse, will be t.lI.ctuallnd have watched a red bird outside Repent The Virgilae Show CIS Super'.
propelled into some one-way streets in the downtownarea regulars In I series called "The needy, he had better disabusehis in educational religious laderahip my kitchen window building 5:30-Tightr.p The Virainla The Formeis I.y
mind of the Idea. The rank ; our Institutions 5:45-Tightrepe
Monday It ia Rogues a nest and sitting on The Virgisia" Dee/hter S... Leli,
morning going to take some doing and file of the American people where It Is almost universally eggs

to get used to the idea but in all probability it will Furthermore, Dick Crenn of may b* slmpl and uninformed taught that, 'Socl.lI.m In a hibiscus bUM not a foot "Oo-Hillbllll.;: I"* .".9* I.. Casey Hlllbllll

"Th Real McCoys" will star In but they are not quit that naive. Is really more consistent with aw.y. U-Hilibilll. tl,'''|4je lea Casey Hillbillies
work out for the best From the ringing of our phonewe "Slavery's People," about a 1'11. honor belong to those who Christianity that U the free This morning when I looked !:iJ- l.k X"rM* |.''.M9* I." Casey Dick Y.. D

would laY that it wasn't the most popular move state legislator. Fred Gwyane fUrnlah the money .. the American market ,c nom,.' out, I saw a sad sickening : -Oltli .. Dyt 'ti.nt* |." C..., Dick Vn D10Oo

we've seen during the past few months, but few moves of "Car M, Where Are You'", taxpayer, not Mr.Johnsonor "A* In historian, familiar maddening sight-only a few : III"y Kaye The 11th Har Checkmate Decay K.y.
I I. to appear In I comedy called the government at Washing with the details and archeology red feathers end 2 little eggs 10th-Dasy Kay The 11th Heir Checkmate

are popular when people have to change their mode of "The Munsters." And Dennis ton. That LBJ was motivated by ancient history,and ass dally remained.We 10Jo-: III", Kay The 11110 Hay, Ch.ckn.eteCh.ckmet. Danny Danny Kay Kay

living.As Weaver of "Gunsmoke," thoughnot his solicitude for the poor and news analyst on radio where I love the birds especially 1041-Pinny Kay The I 11th Hear Danny K.y.

technically hi a comeback unfortunate be I matter am required to probe the underlying the beautiful red birds who
we understand it this is going to make it possible may 11,0o-N. N..., S,., Wtr N.willn.
attempt Is scheduled to take I of conjecture. This writer does significance of th*happening so foolishly end trustingly I lltll I -Seertt. Wthtf T.nio News SpW'ther. r'
to shift some traffic lights to some spots where whirl in his own series ss a not ssalgn any ulterior motives of contemporary history build their nests too near the 11 ilO-Theatre el Tenieht Skew She. Late 1',1.1. Wther E I,

they are needed. One we at once think of is at the former horse trainer who to Mr. Johnson but thr could I have become alarmed ground. They need to be protected 11 |4j- the Stan Taught Shew Late Shew Sh.w S.rfilJ.Surf III. 4 i

corner of Avenue A and First North We have adopt a nine-year-old Chinese b* some.If at the drift of the U. S. away -and I'm sure If cat
seen orphan boy. theAmerianaxpayersandour from the leadership of the free owners would think about this,
traffic backed up to the Star Press building trying Congress*willing to contribute world. The first quality of leadership they would keep track of their Thursday MORNING May

to get into First Street, maybe a light synchronired Th e- Swim: Beatrice a hugh sum for the relief I* that It lead that It cats.Please

with Central and First would Ullle appears on NBC-TV'a of our poor and unfortunate Initiate challenge, not merelyto print a reminder of y:oo'-w.k.-Up TeJ.y She, G.e/ pay

help. We only hope Jack Pair show May 22. ..Federlco people, let us, for one, place respond to the Initiative of this, in the paper If 'you can. 7ilt- Mevlei7iJ T.".y She. News Gad Day

that all' drivers will be tolerant for a few days, learn Felltnl.) director of "La It In the hands of an organisa others. History seldom restores Helen W. Mills 7141--W.k.-Up Mevlei T.d.y Shew Miclite E..... Steel Day

lion for distribution that to a nation Us paramount T.d.y She. "M.eki.. Erase .Geed Day
the new patterns and try to make this thing work. Dole Vita" and "I*, la interviewed .
on the same network's guarantees every dollar will place of leadership once Kathy Nolan of "The Mc .Oo-c.I.: T.eI.y Skew "Mickie

"Sunday" program this week reach the person or personsfor It hat Idled It IW',. Americahas Coys" traveled the Mlaalsslppl 1111K........ T.05 Shew . E"..".,. Ceplal .
DAILY CROSSWORDACROSS whom It was Intended. That every weapon to win the River for 16 years with her performer S:30-Cptsie, T...., Sh.w C.rt..nll'.y XangireiCaptil
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month i'f rlQ 4 u. 90,350 local d Mesmal News WIISN et Day I. c..t HeN P.A.,
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iagte Lake fH 4 (I1 The Weather-Local!, State And National I Shelley oone Obsolete Equipment- -

lib Observes rird; Guest SpeakerAt Charge Being Checked I

DayThe .. it...... .. .. eTA Meet W \''IilNGTON (UPI) The win. in the Southeast "\,"?
,; pAg HOIKrnied. Service Commit country The letter wa ,inform "
...:: t It"i "- )hiking into charge that of i full'pige ado, ,
4-H Girl Club 10 County School !Superintendent
of the : ,
An" IK des err fight ng In South sent in the Washington si I." '
Lake Shelley s. BOOM will to tINt
fie Elementary School nisi .
VKI Sum with obsolete contained the
airplant name "t i
-Id tile Annual principal speaker at the next ,
y In the school Achievement lunchroom 1 ...A..b '... ..Y meeting of the Polk County s and other equipmenthmrman Americans killed In Vut :1n
\ Classroom Teachers' Association ( Carl VtoMon 0da Scripps Howard writer i hi
'onday u the climax: to the
; assured commNIO mrm G Lucas reported from \
r'l work. at Bar tow Junior High I'
Mr*. JONphiMCamerORu .'41. H Softool Monday at 7:SO p m hers Tuesday at a efeMd ran Nam Monday that two AIlIO'1>
Robert t S MrNamara would berated can pilots Cart Fdwin: i
oetot* home demonstrationent -
New officer will be Installed
19 In answer the charges Shank Jr of WlBamai. Ind!
a *lted by Mr*. Ren at tfcl* meeting, and the final) .JAMES BEAVER when he get back from. his and Tapt Robert N. Brum.i. ,
he also had Judged two student tee project aisants report of the year Will be given trip tn South Viet Nan Bethesda Md.. died l he, ?.
4-H Club President June Herbert A. Glover of Winter Deaver Elected The committee already. hat the wings came off their plane
tussell and Karen Lynn. 1w Haven will be Installed a* new asked the Defence Departmentfor during combat sorties
Ribbon and pin*were wardd president, Norman" Judo of To Academy Of a full eipteottkm of recent Lucas said that the two inn
a* follows: !' Bartow it new vice president incident allegedly .hwtretag died 'be-ause they were ordered
Patricia Campbell, blue rib- .s'tlOWiJ Mr. Barbara Watt of Fort Upjohn Co. equipment failure that took the to fly planes that mnh'
on. i Meade I* secretary, and Bt UFata live of American: ........ better have been consigned! i t.,
Ara Ann Crawford one blue 5-/3-1 of Kathleen Junior IftfltiU James W Denver of Winter The demand" lee UM tm&lry. the scrap heap" The plan.. Involved
ribbon, two red ribbons, first treasurer Haven, who hat been asMK-niH was led hy House OOP Whip .in both cases was th,
year pin.Paula. Mr*. Carrie DoUon, Fort with the UftJoHB Co. of tUlanuMO Uu> Arend. 11t\ p Repub. TM, which has long been uel I
Dvls, two blue rib. THUNDERSHOWERS Thunderthower. are forecast for the Pacific Meade High teacher and sate Mkh. fee the pant !w\n been on the committee, and In Viet Nam
I bon chairman of the Classroom and half has Reps lharles E. ChamfeetlalnR .
red ribbon been
one first year a year ncd
[ Northern California, the Appalachians, Ohio and Mniitiippi Valley and the lower Teacher Department of the for salesmanship, .Mich and Ed Foreman, R. East Germans
pin.Karen Lynn one blue ribbon. Southern Plaint. The rest of the nation will be clear with mild temprturi. Florida Education Association The company hat elected him Tex, two other H" mbef.

Linda Mcintosh, on. red rib- will Install the new om* r*. to membertblp In Its Aradrim In related development: Ask Asylum
bon. !Florida Zones LOCAL OUTLOOK Five Day ForecastFive The Polk County CU.*room of Upjohn Salesmen, one ..1 i --* John Tower, R-Tt...
Carlene Posey, one red rib Partly cloudy through tomorrow Teachers Association was recently 26 out of mar than a the u.ndcompany stung reports of Ameritanlive .) MALMOE Sweden (UPI>l h)
bon, first year pin. Panhandle with scattered showers most day forecast for pentn Incorporated by the elate representative honor being lout Nonuse of Four East l Germans comman
RetUe Reese, one blue, one Scattered thunder showers nrmerous In afternoons. High ular Florida for period begin Is I non-profit organisation. ed. Inadequate and obsoipiKIstequipment leered a small open boat ti,
red ribbon first year pin gradually ending today Other.wise today U to '2. Low tonight M ning 7 p.m. tonight and ending At Monday' meeting member Hi* tale territory U the ." Intnluced a resolution ( flea under cover of darkneu t,
mild to 72. Southerly winds 10 7 p.m. Monday: will by-laws under cl Sweden and asked for ,
Diane Reynolds, two white partly cloudy and to Smiles approve tire Hate of Florida lie, mlMri ailing for modernisation political
per hour.Temperatures. Temperature near normal. which the corporation will of the Viet Nam asylum said
ribbons, first year pin. through Thursday High today Deaver will visit the company war effort police Monday
r Karen Reynolds, one white 11 to 82. bw tonight In the 60's Normal minimum 70 to 78 Key operate office next week --A group of rr'ltlves! of U.Slerviremen night
ribbon, first year pin. North and SO'.elsewhere,normal ma* The bylaws will be presented kllle I In Viet Nam Authorities said the East Gar;
June Russell two blue, one Partly cloudy through Thursday xlmum 10'.. A half Inch to one by Lakeland attorney John urged in an <>.:en letter to man escaped Monday and arrived
ribbon, first year pin. Scattered shower toda) By United Press International inch of rain moat section In Wendel, who drew up and filed atOP IN WINTER HAVEN 1'ivn.dent Johnson, that the at the smell\ coastal town
Sandra Thomas, one red ribbon and tonight High today M to Ldw High widely scattered showers Incorporation! papers. United States flxht a battle to of Klvlk

88, low tonight 6i to TO South' Albuquerque . 51 78
Patricia Wales, two blue ribbons crly wind 10 to :SO! mile. per Atlanta . . . (3 '71
first year pin. hour hitting to northerly 10 tcU Birmingham . U 79 3 DAYS
k mile per hour tonight and Boston . .. ... . 52 72
Thursday Chicago . . . 47 63
Two KillersElectrocuted Northeast Cleveland . . 57 C7 e
Partly cloudy thrcujh: Thursday Denver 39 68 THURSDAY-FRI-SAT.
with scattered showers mOil Detroit . . 56 70
numerous in afternoons Higk Jacksonville 69 86
today tl to 88. low tonight 6t Kansas City . . 48 60
to 72. Southerly winds 10 to IS Los Angeles . 72

\ miles per hour, Miami .. .. . ... 73 17
\" RAIFORD (UPI) Two killers Central Miami Beach 79 83
one of them a "Dr. Jekyll Partly cloudy through Thurs. Twin Cities . 40 51 a r, dDr4 P
and Mr. Hyde" personality, day with scattered showers most New Orleans 68 87 tb 4S a OLLAR GN
died for their crime Tuesdayin numerous In sfternoin High New York . . 57 7(
the state prison electric today 88 to 92, low tonight 68 Orlando ... . . .6e M
chair, to 72. Southerly wino 10 to 15 Philadelphia . 59 80
Emmett Clark Blake 32, miles per hour Phoenix . . 57 98
was the first to die and was South Raleigh . .. 63 89 eta id
followed by Sle Dawson, 53, a Partly cloudy through Thun- St. Louis . . .. 50 74 s
one.legged Negro who paid the day with scattered showers most San Francisco . . 49 56 1 + 1, R h
penalty for killing a year-old numerous in afternoon High Seattle . . 38 55
today 84 to 88, toy tonight 70 .
white child with a hammernear Tamp . . . 70 85
Chattahoochee In 1960 to 75. Southerly winds 10 to 15 Washington . 65 82 +
mile per hourQuake
He had also confessed killing "._ 'or
the mother Japanese Form

I up Blake murder died in for Panama the 1963 City hold of StrikesPennsylvania Peace CorpsTOKYO SIZES AND QUANTITIES LIMITED ON SOME ITEMS

\ elderly grocer John .Jc,Beverly .
H. Biso killed a xnstomer (UPl) )-J.i>a* will begin LISTED BELOW. SHOP EARLY ! \ 'a. . 'n"(' . '
In the stare with the tawed- sending members of an . (
off shotgun but was not tried "ertrseas service corps' similar _
for this. to the u.s. Puce Corps to t S--i s DIE; 1&-l $' LADIES' I S""I" EN'S' "'
A friend of Blak*'*, Houston CORNWALL, Pa. (UPO --A Southeast Asia and possibly At $. ,J
attorney Vernon Lowry, had minor earthquake struck this rica la 1965, llalnichl newsp. 'Blouses DRESSES V
described Blake to the State Lebanon County community per reported today 200 Ban Lon KnitSHIRTS
Pardon Board at "a man of Tuesday, damaging only anlrht' Plans call for the Japanese
H. extraordinary Intelligence and 2,000*residents.Sate sleep for. the borough' volunteer worker to be expert Jamaica Shorts Regular: 287Q
ability who occasionally goes In arming, fishing, forestry
geologist said the
' and road-buUdln
on weeklong drunks and experiences : quake apparently had causedno To 6.9S
a reversal of personsbty property damage whatsoever B.tt.r
2 for 5.00
. truly a Dr. Jek
and there were no report of 1
yin and Mr. Hyde injuries Two Escape Ou.r.ty.

d Residents. described the EACH I r"" _ ,
tremor, which occurred about '
FuneralJAMES 2:43 a.m., a* "a Jolting sensation I Men'. MEN'S DRESSSLACKS
," and "odd sound from From CubaKEY LADIES' I'
W BURCHFIELD beneath the house" and vibrations w4ab.N.wea I

," WEST, Fl*. (UPI) -
Funeral services for James
Wesley Burchfield 78. of 1287 The quake was recorded on Thousands of Cuban have Fin.SLIPS Sport Shirts I
the seismograph at Pnnylva
fled their homeland, many of : 300
Kth St., NW who died Tuesday nta State Unlveriltv which U
morning, will be held tomorrow them floating for days In 9YT91
about I
70 mile In a direct lint 00
at 3 p m at the Ott from Cornwall overcrowded boat or waitingon Quality t .... v... t. 1,99 100
Laughlin Chapel with the Rev. Dr. B. r. Franklin HowellJr, tiny sunbaked island for Cotton 1 S. ,4.L. .
$ 27-JOi
R H. Malcolm, pastor of the professor of geophysics at Renn rescue JMI
But the luck that blessed a. ONLY i
Southslde Baptist Church, of. State, said It had an Intensity
ficisUng Burial will follow In of between .4 and 1 magnitudes little them all topped short of the !.JI. ..... t Boys' $iW'.. Ilw .. a I \ .
party that set out for
I Lakeside Memorial Park of the Mercalll Sacle-on magnitude -
, Pallbearer will be, Roscoe below the Intensity which freedom Monday midnight LADIES' NYLONPANTIES (' Shirts MEN'S IVY
Way, George Weston, Leon could have caused damage tc from near Havana 100 Sport ':
R L. Cox H. property The disastrous Alakan *- Only two made it, and one
Pugh, : Percy let. C SLACKS
man, and J. J. Lambeth earthquake writer this year of these young men was badly fe Keit r I .1 159
had a magnitude of eight I wounded by a militiamen' JOO ,
Friends may call tonight at LADIES' NYLON IrMdc"
Howell said It was the moat 2 Pair 3.00
which pierced his back
the Laughlin Chapel from Intensive earthquake to hit the and 100 Fancy Color an ,,, I
S to I p.m. state In about 10 years arm. Gowns. _ ,,_ _?_ BROKEN SIZES
They West
chugged into Key e IN THIS CROUP
harbor Tuesday night In I 22
foot bullet-scarred boat, not MAIDENFORM Boys' Sneakers I MEN'S WORK

sue tree how who many tried of to their flee rela with. AND STRCTCH do : 'i PANTSLOVABLE

W BRAS 77147 1 1J :
them ia had an been ambush killed or captured . J SOCKSw I I KHAKI 57

Customs official did not Di.c.ntill".d Numbers
Identify the urea They laid GRAY
SAVINGS It was uncertain how many LADIES' PEDALPUSHERS Boys' PO.
had act out to swim from the : MEN'SWork
abort .. the little Inboard motorboat 199 Briefs MIN'S
. . i 100 I
:ZJU9 raw anchored near Ha Shirts Shins 100 DungareesLADIES'

The wounded man was hoptUliied *- BETTERBLOUSES
liar* Cn mbry lice 86
and expected to recover. .1 199 ,, 1
Be was lying on the . . f PantiesQlrlly I: Sl.ivasr Short Denim
bottom of the bloody boat I
$ when R rtached her but was w"1'r
CMUCtNt.! : 4 ,. I V MEN'S T'' $,

His companion said the gun LADIES'U. Girls
fir* broke out suddenly at the $ STRETCH 100 Walk Over
petty of refugee mad readyto I S. KEDSKEDETTES !
wado Into tb* water The 499 SOCKS Crosby Square
man shot was still on shore J ,. i
but managed to swim to the Two ToneSHOES
'i."t.IIIII"Ind : ,
boat '
oO Di.c..III".d -
Numbers t

OffAll ..... .......... LADIES' LEATHER 99
saw Inehle be wri 9, SANDALS
CANVAS SHOES Italian 'Imports : 698 '

in store Soft Cushion (ln ol.
merchandise our
1Ar1 e-r.e law 4ih Nv.eaa. 1
et.-k,, qw tNOP

priced from $5.95 TTiursday- Girl's White Leather m A v.1. f. IUI

Friday and Saturday only. Widths A.A. to D.

SHOES o0 Net All Sites

toArI MANOfyACBtrri.ew flf Every Style
joe Davis Men's Wear

..". ... mss ,.., lw
Pups; ProfessioNl l BWg. 293.7100 W"H_' Wits. ALWAYS MORE OF THE BETTER THINGS FOR LESS!


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a Bertha Gamble ,

Barry assays Opposes LA Gary Crosby Driver Arrested Quotes From Alaska Por

In Lake Wales

i JmsRuk Bi-Racial statement attrlbvtod PlanA to Gets Chance Harvey Lake Vknee Wsdejc Johnston potie arrested M. of The NewsCAMBRIDGE May Have'Be

Berth Gamble in the dlecus- water Haven early thi* morn-
also of a Lake Alfred bifacial Is*; and charted him win drivK -

DurigRay committee at Monday night's For .willie ........... Md John Abanda
city commission meeting was TV Show Patrolmen Lomle Byrd rude Lewis, chairman of tilt Student
made by Jesse Lee. tile arrest on Central Ave. at Non-Violent Coordinating Committee
Barry HEW YORK (UPI) SM. Lee supported AlbertusMauttsby itoLLYWOOD (UPI) Garyi 3:24 a.m. He said be bed followed (SNCC), waning that I

I plea for M Goldwitor Issued a who asked the com luiby .us an opportunity oa.in Johnston about four ban against civil right demonstrations WASHINGTON (UPI) .
and Republic party unity mission to name such a committee upcoming television show to blocks before taking him Into would be ignored: Alaska reconstruction co
it"ed the
Johnson dmtaistHtioi saying "It's better Instead. custody. until believes that tfc*
to >iii v liuie bit of acting "There will be no peace lion
I t Jam at a mass rally in putout the fire before it start r '. .oi) saying sans ana running tor The defendant was released all of the people have the quake-shattered Alaska \
packed Madison In $150 bond.Armed.
ti Garden Tuesday night. Square Bertha Gamble, on the other my lilt rights that osjjr some have" Whittier should be sham

"I do hand, oppose a bi-racial committee hD lo bear Gary tell it, he's
not say that the Republican The recommendation
t and told the com m Us ion been on the Um tn Ms pro- WASHINGTON R.,. Steven \
party must do it my she was against sit It RobberyIn a report released by Sen
way or I don't Ins and c-iiionm career ever sioee B. Derouaian, R-N.Y on
play, be told
P. Anderson D-N.M.
more than 18,000 Hid ".11 I want 1* a chance to started, essaying roles that reqUired charges that American are ton ,
Porteri. "1 want cheering aup- make decent living and to have oniy a modicum of dramatic fighting In South Viet Nam mission chairman. It alt
to find
that we cm work Melh.Ia _....ways_.. some of the advantage of the talent. Lake AlfredA with obsolete airplanes and mated damage to Alsskarmumtle
----- --- *, highways and
team white race. Gary, toe eldest of Bin, other equipment:

Absent from the rally were many lOrd, can sing, but be'. "Secretary McNamara i II road in million the Good Fridayat

Vork'i two senators, Jacob Kelly Loses untried in dramatic roles. On young Negro man held up making another one of hit trip $204
'1 and Kenneth Keating. the May :u episode of "Twilight the Imperial service station on to Viet Nam which will be followed The report also urged

r. hat Indicated he might (Continued From Page On) D I Zone" be become fair game Hwy 17-92 at Lake Alfred early by more press conferences everything possible be d
IF for television's critic this morning and got away with but he won't report the
d support the Republican can ved this key," Troisno said "I halt the flow of job-seek.
for president if Goldwa- think this I I. hocking." 'I'm waiting to ate it,' said about $50, according to the PolkSheriffs fact about the outmoded Alaska. The influx of wtj

I ter gets the nomination Adam laid he realized It Gary. a tittle apprehensiveabout Department plane he sends our men over due to the mistaken
was Thomas
i "I'm not Interested In defeat possible for fraud and a J bia effort. "I'll either Pearson station attendant there." that the quake had createin
irregularities said the
log any Republicans In 1964," to take place in any tie- have pride In myself or run and proached him with assailant a and ape reconstruction."To .
Coldwater said "I'm interested hide out. I'm praying But I demanded He New governor of the Florida's the contrary, it dent
money took about
Johnson.!in defeating" Lyndon Bainei tlon.But he laid the court was the ..... . '.. . ... think it came off pretty good." $50 and then fled on foot. Fourth District of the Advertising them," the report said.
- I. "':.
place for such matters to be Gary said he playa s kind of The robbery took place shortly Federation of America ii
The Arizonian's 45 minute challenged and the canvassingboard PILOTS HELP DRIVE-The Winter Haven lousy little rock 'n roll singer after 2 a.m. Deputy Carol Robert Ennslin of Louis Benito
speech was interrupted 101 whose function la purely Building Fund was increased $100 this week Hospital. who's been on top and II aboutto Goodson Is in charge of the case. Advertising Agency of Tampa SHOP IN WINTER: IIAV

dlence times by applause from the au ministerial, Is not going to grab Club. Mill Alice Sherman president of the by the Pilot fade So he's trying to figure
which Included Pilots Is
support- re. a to on top. "He'll
the way
power or overstep its the check
en from New York, New Jersey bounds. tutor tenting. to Melvin Arnold, hospital adminis- step on anybody's heart, soul

and, other Pennsylvania, Connecticut Trolano said, under the and mind." '
nearby states
Coldwater board' Interpretation of it* Pilots Donate Gary has had acting roles, 'tetl-oGrantham
appeared to be
overwhelmed duties, Florida did not need I Duval but they were all of the tugs
by his receptionand (Continued From Page One) CountyTo
the 10-mlnute standing canvassing board "but limply a and spice variety, parts that
lion which ova clerk with an adding michine" trainable. called for singing and dancing
wife greeted him and his to make sure there werierrore no He spoke on the Marian Lea with music in the background.
aa they tniern\ she
Garden. ---- --- In addition of the figure Training School and the Sheltered Vote On "They were the three guys and Food StoreFamous

Goldwater accused the adminittration tent In by the counties time Workshop At the present three girls bit,'' he said. "Most I)
of being The vote aa officially certified there are 46 participatlnin ly the fellow were in uniform."

and predicted that power-hungry if It continued was Identical to that lent In by of Marlon Lee Workshop He made five such picture For Top Quality Foods & Personalized Servl;
In the White House "we the 67 counties and made public from Winter Hsven.In gIntegration and he made them all too late.

may well live to see the day earlier this week in all but two are the presently Sheltered 33 Workshop, although Boy meet girl situations are Buy Wholesale Iowa Corn Fed Beef For Your Freezer
that the 50 states of this Union races. not the most salable item In Affiliate, With" oval,
can handle 65
become Just 50 pigeon holes In Bradford County officials discovered 12 from Winter people.Haven. are JACKSONVILLE (UPI) Du Hollywood right now. 400 Othtr ttortt It 320 3rd St., N.W. Phone CY 3.1566
a new Washington bureau." errors Tuesday in returns Mrs val County residents will eel a Gary ha* been working on a.lne You
Una Kay Smith Community -
for attorney general and chance to vote In I straw poll Bill Dana' television how, Q"'lIt.ndll., FREE
Service chairman, reported PARKING
U.S. senator. The result on integration of bellhop, lie will un
Peanut Mold was J28 that a gift of $100 had public accommodations playing a appear _
additional votes for Sen. Spec been but the chairman of on the Dana series leas often --"r
made to the Cltrua Cen-
(Continued From Page One) lard L. Holland, a wilkaway ter Boys Club for the purchase a biracial committee contendsthe next season, which gives
heat and humidity of tropical winner over challenger Brailey of book. from approved lista. wording of the ballot Is un him the opportunity to do other

cllmatea. Although no danger to Odham for U.S. senator, and a Report on the district convention fair. ihows.

human baa been shown yet, loss of 40 vote for Kynei, which held April 24-26 were The County Commission approved Gary believe his history asa e

government official prefer to increased the margin In this made by Mr*. John Lawrence a paper ballot on the singer indicate that he ia G9Jl\rmNGj\
take preventive action If necessary race to 599 votes president a elect; Mill Grace question to be conducted during capable of dramatic acting

than wall for proof ofa The results, a* compiled by Bullock, Miss Vera Oehlberg, the May 26 runoff election, with "You have to run the whole
public health hazard. the secretary of state i office Mra. John Mitchell Mra.Lewis the costs to be paid by the gamut of emotion in a nightclub
So the Agriculture Depart In the governor's race: Stack Mrs Ernest Du- Duval County Federation for act,"" he said "One song

ment hat launched t national Burn, S12.453; High, 207.280; Charme, Mr. Giles Van Duyne, Constitutional Government is sad, another happy, another
survey, to be completed by mid- Reify! 205,078; Fred 0. Dickinson and Miss Sally Abernethy, who which first suggested the poll. tells a story. So you have to be BRAND BUVS
June, which will reveal whether Welt Palm Beach 184,865; aa district chaplain conductedthe able to act" _
The ballot asks "Should 10"
peanuts stored In government John E Mathewi, Jacksonville, special memorial service. owned privately Gary's father la known ai a WtttOB Cooking| (|imt} I
prlce-aupport bards are troubled 140,210, and Fred Karl Dayton Mrs Blanche Work and Mrs. restaurant, hotels great singer but he surprised Rump or Sirloin Tip

While with the poiaon. Beach, 85,953. Bernice Cleghorn, members of and Integrate motel their be forced customers"to racially m.nyof his tans nine years ago BEEF ROAST . . . 89c Salad I Oil . . . . . . . ? 39c
no more than SO per In the attorney general's race the Lakeland Pilot Club,attended by going dramatic In "Country
tent of domestic peanut output Falrclotb received 468t131 votes the meeting William Manes, chairman of Girl" with Grace Kelly Miss Small Western lor-l-9 Size Srokely' Golden

gins Into governmeni.jtorage, 10 469.07ft for V.... the biracial Community ReUttons Kelly received an Academy

11'. figured Ails aampllnc will Other results supplied' to new*, Committee, said "I donfaee Award and Bine got an Oacar SPARE v. ? RIBS. 'w ?. ,.. .,,... ....ft. r, 49c' Cream Corn.. . 3 ::: 49c.
provide clear conelu.ion.II to men showed that Rep. how anybody could be nomination ''for that film. -.v'.r. .alpit 't--- ,.ri. ,
Charles New York
U the magnitude of the problem, Honey of St. Petersburg, was a against the question phrased in Young Gary hopes that old ,6.WTjifc. ; Delicious Vegetable' Cocktail
exists at
one all. .
And the FDA intend within runaway winner for the GOP that manner The CRC Is not saying, "like father, like son," : USDA V-8 Juice 5,59c]
attempting to force the _
nomination for owner come true In his tZ **
the next month to atari its own two governor over of a business to desegregate.We case CHOICI I' ,.;,;;::::;,;. ,
opponent and Edwin Stock
search for possible aflstoxln L. ReportNEW
are attempting by
Mason reason
contamination In a wide arrayof landslide was renomlnated by a and persuasion to bring about Koehler Named MAXWELL HOUSE
to '
consumer peanut butter product, packaged, Including Public Utilities post Commission on the YORK (UPIMidday the elimination." of racial discrimination. (Continued From Page One) cut .

nuts, candy nut bound othera. over Phillip Brewer of Miami. stock price: These officers and the adjutant ,

Samples of the products win American Can CO. 3% to be appointed by the CoffeeIb.

be given to teat animal, and Red Cross American Hardware 52 Planning Clinic new commander, will be in.stalled Rounds\ -...... '
FDA official Insist that If the American Motors 14 on July T, J'_, _
toxin turna up at all products (Continued From Page On) American Sugar 21H (Continued From Page One) The dedication of the post's

will have to be seized and removed low the chapter to stay within American TAT 141 until 9 p.m. On Thursday, new $125,000 memorial hall .S9cf
from the market. The the allocation given by the American Tobacco 32H the hour will be from 9 a.m. bat been tentatively set for Steak I- 79x

agency could act under its baalo United Glver'a Fund of the Lake Anaconda Copper 4tt to 5 p.m.The Saturday. July 4. Command : can . .

authority to insure that food Region for the fiscal y w 1964- Atlantic Coast Line TlVi clinic may be attendedIn er H. R. Summervllle laid v'..>* '.' ",,>, :f f S '.- ,./(, ,,- are ate and unadulterated. 85. The board adopted the revision Babcock Wilcox 57 its in details of the program will :
Riley said that the mold hat Baltimore Ohio 45 The entirety Polk or segments, be announced soon. U.S.D.A. CHOICE' (lone 'In) (Limit; I with $100 er Mere '".ch....)

not shown up on any peanuts In Mr*. Frances Brigham, chairman Bendix Corp. 45 Board I II sponsoring County the Planning clinicto The post accepted with Chuck Roast MIl \' 'v"' .., .',. ::
Florida or Georgia, but recently of Horn Service announc Bethlehem Steel 37U familiarize those related thank the offer of Ray Ungerof ,lb.49c CHINITO
to Grain
a shipment of peanuts fromanother ed that the total Borden Food 72Vi the Winter Long
activities of the success of the Polk Haven Laundry e Boneless' lb. 4cMiu .
area waa rejected by the her branch of the Briggs Manufacturing Co. TH County Center to clean the Rice
chapter post'sUS.
Canadian aflatoxln government becauseof 154 case handled during cameto the Burlington Industries 47* planning with the and duties toning and program flags free of charge In Fresh' GRADE A FLORIDA .. ,.. .,,... .. .. . 2 w i. 29c
contamination. month of April. Chesapeake and Ohio 73M connection with the SUNMAID
program Seedless
If aflatoxln should prove to be Luther Reel, chairman of the Chrysler Corp. 49U entailed, according to "Making New Glory Out of

harmful a to problem human;In it will deciding produce disaster branch of the chapter Cities Service Oil Co. 70HCucaCola the Charles lime Whitten time, ,the chairman.fundamentals At Old Glory" act for the periodof EGGS 3 m::. $100 Raisins . .. ... .. .. 6 ,:t 19c

how announced that civic minded o. 131H June 1-12 preceding national .
to treat a contaminated of planning and toning ";M'<<< '
aa p
ebc >::
people of the Colgate-Palmolive Co. .,. 1 1 U .
crop. While heat will kill the area brought In 43H they uniquely relate to Polk Flag Day on June 14. "" <'>>* "
mold It doesn't disarm the toxin "10 to be sent to Alaska through Cone Mill 18V County will be outlined. Anyone desiring to obtain new V'1 PET trend Evaporated ;
Itself the Red Cross effort. Continental Can 51V4 flag may purchase them from Choice Fresh, Not Frown :It
Expert the of Gerald Hamor, chairman of Curtlss Wright 17* Frank TUUa. manager of the ,
preparing oil say from process the nuts, First Aid, Small Craft and Water voull. Atrrra Elg Lakeland CofC post's service agency. : MILK

Involving treatment with alkaline Safety laid that 31 standard Dow Chemical 72c Carson Brown was awardedthe Leg0LambU.S.DJk. ; tan
chemical, render the tint aid certificates (tat dais); Du Pont 2e2\ii (Continued From Page One) Leglon'i Silver Star for -' 8 $1 '

aflatoxln harmless, but the remaining six advanced certificate In the Eastern Air Lines 32c animosity betweeu Haven and hit work In signing new mem (rli"it' cam) CCIIII

peanut meal, which la same class were given out dur Eastman Kodak 131 Lakeland people," Moat Aid, hers for the post Whole or
fed to livestock: might prove ing the past month. There were Ford Motor Co. 55\ii "that It definitely la la a fringe Chairman Bill Clarke of the : .._'
contaminated.At 60 members of the Lena Vista General Electric 'I area." building committee reported Loin HalfALSO SUGAR
next week'a meeting, government PTA and 4-H Club members General Motors 110 E. L. Davie, executive vice progress on construction of L ROSE Standard Pack

official will brief In- given informal 1 instructionon General Telephone S3e president of the Winter Haven the new home on North Lake 69c Tomatoes 3 : 33c
apectlon officials from the three first aid at I special meet. Georgia Pacific Corp 14 chamber, Aid he la In favor Silver Drive.Johnson. Ib.nobs :

main peanut growing reglonaon tog for this purpose. Goodrich Rubber 53\4 of the Idea of trying to Improve Waldorf Bathroom limit 1
( 'I
the .poison. These regions are Mrs L B. Anderson, Jr, Goodyear Rubber U.. relations Poverty : "" 1

comprised of; Florida Georgia, chairman of the Office of Volunteers Gulf OU Corp 57\ii .. Tissue 4 29c
'UrUIIS fm .
South Carolina, and Alabama Illinois Central (Continued From Page One) fish shrf ,. peak
; 239 volunteers 56%
FLORIDA STOCKS .....,w, tepee. eWkH....s. beef Hlleti.' USDA
Texas and Oklahoma; and Virginia served the chapter during the India DJltld Mills law Here are the 1 bor Committee knew of the a Deeper Fresher White SAYE Mel
p.m. closing gashes .beet vest. leash. Jose, ,.
Deity P.
and North Carolina month International said had
of but
April. The largest Harvester 73H oo Florida stocks as reported project, they no Blue
...... Cheer .
group was 130 Gray Ladies and International Nickel 8m by Francis I. duPont and Co. connection with it. . .. .. 65c
Parking Meters Gentlemen serving 1,584 hours International TAT 58H Air Control 24 H The Republican were said to
in the Winter linen Hospital. John afanvllle Sec Tampa Electric 25H have gotten the Idea for the '

(Continued From Page One) Other service given by those In Kennecott Copper 85Koppera Florida Telephone 27* trip from a recent national Register For FREE

Inc center has actually reduced this category cover social welfare Co. 4tc Plant Industries 2%" news magazine story on Mrs.
traffic downtown." motor service, schools etc Kroger Co. JOT Johnson's Alabama holdings.
Ryan refuted Liggett Myers The laid about dOleD
80H story I
this by saying that more traffic New 11164 half. Deluxe
Lockheed year modelsare
Aircraft 32H tenant farmer rented four or Bar-B-Q Grill
was getting to be two abreast
being exhibited
and the Rocky Nixon Lorillard Tobacco 4SH including five acre each from Mri John-
one-way system facilitated Ford'a
Merck A. Co. lim new Mustang and Amer. ton for IS s month and some .-

to It."flow He"after admitted you It gel could used (Continued From Page One) Middle South Utilities 42 fastback ican Motors model long-rumored new received gin package of clothing I PLUS Choice Cuts of tAw
Monsanto - - ---
Chemical 76 from her.GRYSTALIZED
cause some Inconvenience for scored with a write-in vote of
some people, particularly before about 30 per cent and Ambassador National Montgomery Ward 39H for 5 People and a Bag of Charcoal.
Gypsum 52 r
they got used to It.
Henry Cabot Lodge badwritein J C. Penney U J IT'S AWOUITUY '111. NOTHIM' TO
a of about hall that '
W. A. Berry served. program size Pennsylvania Railroad Silt 5OIST1I IYln TIMI YOU VISIT 10101 ,
chairman and moderated Pepsi-Cola Bottling 52H
Rockefeller came la a distant NOUNell WAY Sera.e .
Philip Morris
questions from the floor. 81Phillips
fourth. GoldwatT's was the Petroleum

Also at the meeting Attendance only name on the ballot with Republic Steel 50H
the other making their showIng 44H a e 1)
Chairman Owen Blaaett Reynolds Tobacco FROZEN
presented a tab for a year's by write-In ,ote.. Sean Roebuck 1134

Sweet perfect attendance to Hugh state Nixon which performance.went for -l him In In-the a Sinclair Refining 47W.SoconJ 1 Flo. Grows Golden leelo I peck) tods Eye Speckled

Claude Ridley who landslide way In 1MO was Southern Mobil Company n44 57W. e Sweet Corn .. .. 4 25c BuHerbeons
presided, hailed by the manager of kls Southern . . . 2 :; 39c
C. 54..
announced that the May ae meeting write-In campaign. t
will be held at Kegan Camp, ''TI I. Is the beginning of the Southern Railway 1444 Large Crhp Swemoej
the club' youth service project Nixoa surge, laid former Interior Sperry Rand 13.. '*f.*'. '

near, Dundee beginning 5:30 Secretary Fred Seaton. Standard Oil (N.J) 81Stud.bahr ENERGY t .. y Celery .. ...,.......... ..... 10c Chicken Pies . . 4i89cSi. :

p.m everyone"Here you wrote have that a state the where territory Sunray DX 317$44 OF Fact TM. Slt), ed Cypress God,. Ftmey stool

President James Gray, Jr., Swift I Co. 4914 A
safe for GoHwitw.
pltaliutloo was welcomed back after hoa- Now look war ..bat', hippened-the Texaco IDe. 73% SUNSHINE Lemons. .. .. .. .... . ... 29c Orange Juice 3 59c
but did not lake the Texas CuUSulphur 54 I
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1 DEAR ABBY: I am involved with a married DCAR CMANM: N.. There moat M .
Fussy.haired, potbellied and nun We low each other deeply sod hw for .. market I. year If'lpborlteod when. till as.kw
We know our rslsnosisiilp is wroag, servo am_
many year mil aM
l jug-eared strong little gnomes but we have always been very discreet M Iwmldn't .. Try It. super tkai at Ihl.a.e. -
called Dammit are casting hurt M. family for the world la DMbeftoning NATIONAL
spetis and bringing luck today we agreed not to disrupt Ma lamb.IIOW e e e e Jfil
to a million American but he has started to talk of divorc* g Ms FEAR
D. i I And it's rumored that Dam wife to marry me. Abby. I can't M that happen. Ialhl\ eat ABBY few : MlIi Mr and I bed a serious Idn
\ had chanc-oMUe baby, and ( yeah ago owl seine lies she
His wife
ractttly a
,. mils even operate a unique she couldn't' without him. He la apre'ad Mist ss.a. MIl I haves apokt'fl to her
Pottaha postage meter to send manage 1 k'ft. I jut IfIIU'fttId that she has I
financially unabto to support two familwa. How an Incurable
I'I.I'I I themselves a hurry to every can I make him see that be has to stick with dhleate hllllband and cen't lad nwe than a year Her &
state in the nation from their his family without losing him completely He's picas 10 keep It from her II long as
have loved. poaalble Abby I want to make up with her and FRIGIDAIRE
e Florida birthplace.It the only man I ever help to make her lat IMIIIM happier by denq

seems anybody who is DISTRESSED what I can for her and her femllJ. I son afraid
anybody baa one of the Dam If I suddee3y go toth her and offer my friendship
t : '
mils, Scandinavia's answer to DEAR DISTRESSED: Aa long a* yea eon- rT-V I iURPfct leavehthiwrrlld thinking
dnnl want her to
the leprechaun Mrs. LadyBird ItBue te see him yea are earewaglag aim te i
0s Johnson has a Dammit leave his family lor ,... It Is more painful te never forgave her What should I do'

One went along aa passenger rut off a puppy' UU aa Inch at a Urn. Lad the u
f with Ohio housewife Betty relationship I. e>e tlf'.. break. It will be pala. TORN nbv'
I fill t. both ef yea, but If yoa anew this affair te
Miller when DEAR TORN Ct .
she u
recently flew families sad .nfl' her yew
continue Iwe Innocea
ea aay basia (friendship. II It sal .....
d 7,000 miles across the Pacific could. suffer frees peer selflchaeas.DEAR .1 fee routes U
And a Dammit' leering grin "1111 Ue aatrhet" during times ., m_.
e e
has influenced the fortunes of e e 1DEAR

racetrack buffs, taxi drivers ABBY: I am IS years old and I dress *
show girls and many a man like a lady act like a lady and expect to be whose husband! never: remembers lorry for ,the woman,
treated like one. Recently, while shopping in a birthday
in the street. My husband
never forgets/ mine. fie wouldn't
supermarket, I pulled cart Into the first aisle
my dare, His
i Can the Dammit a fad a when one smart checker snapped his fingers at a the next day and he always gets
new wave. But it's growth has me and said "Next aisle!" There was no checker blmself.me a nice present so he'll he sure of getting one

been fantastic Originated In there so I asked, Where II I the checker" Sincerely,
Denmark by a lowly woodcutter He barked. "KEEP YOUR SHIRT ON!" The
named Dam who fashioned checker never did come, so I was ordered backIn ETHEL
the first aisle. As I was basket.
emptying my
a doU after the Nordic troll he snapped his fingers at me again and said, . 1 NOW GOING ONICliECK
aa present for his daughter, "Tax Items first sister" Then he started throwing -
It soon caught on. Today there my food around, so I said "Don't throw that Get it off your chest For a personal, unpublished -
are factories producing Dam food we have to oat It" He asked who I thought reply, write to ABBY Box 68700

mits in Denmark, New Zees I was, and I told him I was a cash customer Los Angeles, Calif 90068 Enclose: a stamped
that's who I was Then a man who looked like elf-addressed envelope
land and Ulaleah, Florida.In .
the manager walked by and said, "Hold down
Hialeab where the con the noise, please, Miss Do you think I shouldlet S.

cern production la called began Scandia from scratch House, it demand go. or should an apology Igo to? the This higher ks a authoritiesand big chain For Abby'i" booklet "How To Have A Lovely III! THE BIGGEST VALUE EVENT OF THE YEAR !

rapidly grew to become a major store market. Wedding, end 50 cent to Abby Box 68700
Los Angeles, Calif. (0069.
operation with sales in the
millions. With this rapid expansion DEMANDS RESPECT 6 M.....ghl .""k.'*. Ins It 14 This is it the week of This week especially we'llwheel If you've been waiting/ for a

came problems of di,. weeks! Yes this IS tradl we'll deal your way really good buy-don't delay

tribution. Most of their Dam which they could ute when tionally the one time In the we're ready to do buSt This. is the week to take
mlt doll went out by mail. parcel were not firm enough White Ji
Supremist Check these !' advantage of our spectacu
Soon.seeing the waste of using to take a direct meter stamp year we go all out to break ness MW typical
values and seal' lar offers on all Frlgidaire
loose stamps on their parcels ing. And soon according to sales records

and other mail, Scandia Mr*. Inge Dykins who manages appliances

House employed a Postalia the destinies of Dammit

postage meter, the world's doll here, Scandia will lease Forms In MississippiNATCHEZ

smallest and lightest (S lb.), a fully automatic Postalia machine

and the only kind that can capable of processing up Miss." (UPI) A ago by five hooded men- THESE PRICES ARE EVEN LOWER

print directly on packages to 11,000 envelope an hour. hush ell over the room as the The most widely publicized

without tape. It also could hold With this, they can still easily speaker a heavyset' preacherwith death was that o' louie Allen a
up to $9,990 in postage which remove the meter itself to sweat listening on his 44 y.ar.old Negro logger found WITH TRADE IN

lived frequent trips to the stamp directly on bulky envelopes brow, launched hit sermon on lying in the driveway of his

post office And, too, It could or package And metered the evils of Integration.He home at Liberty last Jsn 31 lie --T

print up to $9.990 in one stamping tape 1* also handy. spoke In a strong, booming had been shot In the head with a

thus eliminating the need With thousands of parcels, voice: shotgun. t

I for slapping big swatches of catalogues, bill and stste- "You hear a lot of talk these Civil rights leaden claimed Whatever = .
stamps or meter tape on the menu being mailed from days but don't you believe It. Allen had been warned that loCil h

I package Scandia House each month, "Don't you ever let anybody whites were out to "get : I

II At first, Scandia House bad cost of postage has become a make yin fcj-l aspiaeAr! : .)uM" him" Kesuse of the 1961 slaying your needs- 1"1'
;i small office and 'shippingroom major budget item. This la another your skid Is"v'iltf-becauaey! o II anothr,Nf'11'O )>y a former
1 where the midget Poe reason Mr*. Dykins like. believe 'n 0"- way of life." ( legislator Allen had Unified he .1

UUa was banded back and Postslia it rents for a flat The scene was a small coua saw the victim threaten he leg or your ..

forth between the two like a $1.50 per month, regardless of try courthouse In central Mil iilator with a tire Iron. .. .
steam-iron in a neighborhood mall volume. Other meter sinlpplcn a warm spring night Later, he allegedly claimed he -

laundry But as business charge on a tiding Kale About 200 men eel women were lied at the hearing because he budget

mushroomed, so did the mailIng which could make coat high gathered In a meeting room on feared for his own safety ntgl. (11.111 aa.l. It MM.H" west Iff SUMtlHM.ll.
volume. er. And on volume mailing of the second fetor Most! tat quietly A federal Investigation Into the -there's a IIMM. H < .sews IF esM. MnlrM. ,I HUM w ...'. .
Scandia House then discovered low cost item like the Dam apparently e.vossed In the case failed to change a coroner's

that Postalia had a whole mit family (from $1.23 for speaker's words a few voiced verdict of justifiable homicide Thrifty Low low pricedFRIGIDAIRE FamilysizeFRIGIDAIRE
their vith Four other Negroes FRIGIDAIREAPPLIANCE
approval profound were reported
line of interrelated machines baby up to $U5 for poppa), '. "
amens killed In neighboring' Wll- FRIGIDAIRE
that easily added on the meter every penny count
Instead of junking one machine Whether by the light of the It was one of several such klnson County, Including three 2-Door Pull 'N Clean Range Food Freezer
msetin'i being held weekly by whose bodies were found In a
to buy a new one, they moon, the current crop of
j added electric Poe Dammit doll In Ulaleah are a nf-v white supremlut group car near the little town of Woods e Moomy 100 n, zero rune e Iiclutlv Pull 'N Clesn Roomy, 404 Ib, die.
merely an the Postalia that his sprung up In this race- vine last December, Sheriff Bur for freely. *ep"'<'> etoor oven pulls out like dewy. True zero zone cold plus
operating postage
tale mailer. This lipped en their carton con'ci'Jul state The purpos. nell! McGraw said they appear you S Automatic clef' >*..n. re clean irom top. wond,famous Meter
velopes through and sealed on own according to its leaders, Is to ed to have been In a fight They frlgerator sect, f Cook.Mster automatic Mary. economy,
cannot be determined. But
stamped, postmarked and unit. the South and to fight were listed as victims of carbon oven control
counted them In one quick op they do have that secret, auspicious Integrctloi: on a "grsts roots" monoxide poisoning Choose: models, colors,

eration. The Dammit doll smile. And as Mrs. Dy level A high.ranking APWR officer, sizes prices. You name

were going out fatter than kina says, "They're so ugly The orgsnlsaton, called I 1 who asked that his name not be it-we have it-or we
ever. By now Scandia had two you have to laugh . and Ame-iean* for Preservation used stressed his orgsnlsstloa
warehouse and a downtown when you laugh, nothing bad of the White R-ce (APWR), was not associated with the can get it for you In a 22995 25995frontloading 19995

office can happen to you." sts-t-H in this old river town klan or any other group, including hurry!

Then Scandia got another more than a year ago but went the Citizens Council
Then another ASKS Siri'ORT largely
Postal! meter. unnoUed until recent He said .
some members formerly
electric machine this Urn ABILENE. TtX lUPH-Bap. rumors begin linking. the group, belonged to the Citizens

with a handy tape attachment lists must either start supportIng or tome of its members with Council but dropped Hit becauseIts
their school an alleged outbreak of racial
: on a larger dues w .s
were too high and they
scale or face three undesirable tloodshcd and cross burnings In
felt It was not doing all It should
SWIMMING POOLCHEMICALS alternatives E. 8 James editor lout'iwes: Misilsslppl.
on a local basis "The citizens I
jf the Baptist Standard told a APWR officials angrily disclaim
council! does an excellent
Job at r
Hardln-Slmmona University any connection with any the stale and GIANT
nations) levels 1r.
HTH Super-Chlor founders day audience violence, pointing out that Mr Council but dropped out tecaiuw 12 Le.TU81.
I The alternatives James said bylaws
specifically reject "vio
one member said, 'but work !
I PERCLORON acre .U. ; 121 reducing the numberof lawlessness, intimidation, coer 1
Sidney lIaM)', a young Nat, u
Baptist colleges by turning
rice and
threats of violence .r
SWIMMING POOL chei pharmacist and one of Ije
of them to other
some over private
rights charge at
I i SUPPLIES groups founders, said the APWR itsrt- i
EQUIPMENT agencies and 121> reducing
i least five Negroes have been ed with friends
CHEMICAL SALESCO. enrollment possibly to the upper mysteriously killed in southwekt home gsbierlngst 5e_. Ie 505
I IS cent of high school a here last spring to
classesSHOP Mississippi since 'Is-' Novenv "see what we could do about the ...... WCDAS-J Mel. BOAlt e.a e..wS
! "graduating ber Local authorities coy none racial situation A stale charter a we IF .... { was *.Mil saws wM1M

la slick p. S.W. CYMI71 of the deaths la believed racial ...filed I In Jackass June 29,
i i Inspired. 1MJ. Budcet.makerFRIGIDAIRE 8udget-priced Install it yourself
iI iI Witnesses at a civil rights Rowland, .
I Scott
I bearing In Natchet this week a aecounlatt FRIGIDAIRE FRIGIDAIRE -FRIGIDAIRE
For TIME nd .
'. was elected state
'D'IA."L.I 1. ..1'8 told of beatings bombings and Haney was thoten president Washer DryerS Dishmobile Room Air ConditionerS
, TEMP R' tQR' threatening phone calls and
, ,. ,, \ , secretary A spokesmsi said
\ countless cross burnings One the group has JO 000 members teak automatically, aVeeie-freh dry > < with Convenient maple chopping S for bedrooms, dens, I Ie.ooo
i IM eetirtetfIXCHANGI portly Negro testified be and with chapters la about U was*** automatically. cHi*<*e Pawing ;MeatWo block top. .ru/tI capacity
rouelies .
! another man were stripped and two Underwater Art*** JIM 'sloop Nat II jean i I' S Clesner. man sanitarythan (NtMA)
plus In Louisiana,
i NA"lONALnNkiMI, ,., F.OJ.C; .
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DAILY NEWS.CHIEF, Wcb'.sd,.y, May II, It' I... '10 ,...Ii.v."" ,v.rl Installation .
O'W, z ,LJ'NIfItTSQ < ., .II II'JJ 1tIiiI'1t.Wo'I: IIII!>.o Miss Sharon Jones Wei Wale in Guild Has S

Miss JMwawtta Ha......, Mrs. we.in Miss Sue lIeCrellbt.ilia. .
Benjamin M fowls Caroline Baker and Miss Hue Bart Rabb, Spiritual
I Seymour and Mrs. Carl MMi Line Secretary for the Womens
I were hoateaaM when the Wesleyan Society of Christian Service, installed
I At adf-SMlt throe OtMt two-pbee aqua crape dress wttfcmkrohkmd !Serviat Guild of Beynwr the officers The ritual
Saturday aftarMM .to Gene appUmea. aid church bald Ka monthly covered was highlighted by Mn. Rabb'
I i Urtheru ChHrek, MlMatoni) wllMe --.. Her Nrap dish disuse ad business .Interne. .station of the challenging
Lynn J oes, dauajkaar II *. waa of orebida.Mrs. . meeting. demanding rewarding" word,
and Mr*. Hermes L. "Jestas, became Bawls chess for bar The tables were decoratedwith "Service-
the bride 01 Btojania ..' wedding. a rate lift Unon long arrangements of orange are:
Officers for the MW year
M. Rawli MM of Mr. and Hn. sheath with white accessories and y.llowIJIee.\ An oriental Mrs Amelia New
Robert M, Bawls of ftatesvlll Her also of President
t corsage was orchids design of crimson geranium Mrs Harold
i Ut.J by sn.uc LILIS N C.Vowi. and a flat floating group Iud Davie; vice-president., secretary Mlja SU.<
for the liapreaslve. doublefine Robert M Bawls served aa of blue hydrangea were used oa and treasurer, Mica
cereaaony mm read best man for his and uah-
MM the serving table attendinthe -,
by the .... Anfnat BerntM ers were John Douglas, Ok- LucRe Clay. Others
.1 i Tea Given For Miss Vann Mesdames
: to Miai meeting were
following a pn ram el nuptial long II; Bobby Rawk North Gifts were ,
H 0 Spee-
Tucker and Miss MM H. PhiUipa
music by James Vafbn, vocalist Carolina; John Hayes, Senfcrt; Elisabeth
The first in a aerie of part.I.a The hoaleaae presented the and Mrr August B rntfaal Mark Gockel of Pompano Blanche Glenn, bath of whom A. L. WTgteton\ Caroline Bailey
I in honor of Miss Uerotta honored guest with a gift of organist Beach and Gerry Reeve. have recently purchased homes E. T, Roux, Miss ArMne. Stan'
Vann, bride-elect of Charlen .. silver. Twit peoantal basket HIM Per tile reception la the here. The ,..r'' honor ;-n. r lay, and Mrs F T. Green o.
Tuk.,..., m, was a tea given Assisting In hospitalitieswere and certilka.e Richmond, Va.
life-member pin
thia afternoon at the home of Mra. Kenneth Roberta, with whit daisies\ and gladioli church social ball the bride'stable
I and lighted tapers In a of placed before back-
Mri. Stuart Seatover eu Miss Dee Dee Roberta Mra. h pair a
Howard Terrace NW. Other Foster Reed Mrs. William W. te+s "tk a e v n branched candelabra (round ef palms, was overlaid
I bottt..... were Mr. James Lawless, Mrs J. D Tldwell, raced the cbancel. with an embroidered organdy What a lovely Summer- .
M. Roberta and Mrs Ralph Mrs. K. S. Bennett Mrs George Given la marriage by her cloth taught at the camera with
H. McMillan. Barbers and Mrs Paul Smith. ,father the bride wore a lovely yellow nums. It was centered
I Guests were greeted by MrI.t Miss Vann and Mr. Tankers gown of rayon orfinia and with a four-tiered cake. The with cool fragrances by
t Sealover and then presented to ley will be married on June 19th n Venice lace. The lace bodice refreshment tables were covered
the receiving line composed of In the First Baptist Church war fashioned with a scooped with iUver4hreaded white
the honor., her mother Mrs. neckline and brief sleeves. A cloths and were highlighted with Dorothy Gray
A. E. Vann, and Mra. Charles butterfly bow at the walilllne yellow mama and lighted i
8. Tankeraley Jr., mother of the The young-st-heart story for a. accented the butted back. A tapers
prospective bridegroom.Decorations summer la told In t.rm.otcot- crow of pearls and crystals Guests were registered by I
throughout the ton pinafores, shifts and tiny held the brldea veil of Illusion Miss Margo Miller. Assisting inhospitalities
party rooms featured the bikinis..all for the Just out and abe carried a cascading arrangement were Mrs Gary
.'. chosen colors of yellow of cradle ..1.It...m..The ft** IiIIIItt of stephanotis centered Miller, Mri J. M. Moorman.
and white.The serving table was ton loungewear for grown-upa --- with white orchids, Mrs Robert Bruno Mrs Arthur
overlaid with an Imported cut. uses eyelet ruffles,bows, rick. MRS. BENJAMIN M. RAWLS Mlit Merrily Miller was maidof Kroeck Mrs. R. Campbell, Mrs
rack and beading aa accents.
work cloth and was cent.r.dwith
honor and bridesmaids were Margaret Jordan Min Becky
It's guaranteed the National
an arrangement of chryaanthemuma says Miss Julie Apple Min K ye Ogden and Miss Carol Ager-
Cotton to keep
graced on either
Hendrick and Min Bonnie ton.
aide by yellow taperi In sliver grown girls looking like sugar'n Around The Town
I spice. Rawli of North Carolina, sister The newlyweds will reside In
ttt' candelabra. of the Vridegroom. Wooster Ohio. For traveling,
\ Each wore a ballerina-length the bride chose a white suit
Family Visits At Cocoa Beach heath dress of yellow organza accented with a salmon colored
taffeta. with round. scarf, bone
selectionn over Styled a accessories and an
See our big ed neckline and cap sleeves, it orchid corsage.
n Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Smith and daughters June featured a detachable overskirt Th bride was graduated from

and Frankie Knight,have returned from Cocoa Beach of yellow organxa. Twin roses the Winter Haven High School
were at the walitDne. Their and will receive her degree,
,'I where they visited with Mrs. Smith's parents, Mr. headpiecea with
were yellow bows i major In education from
'11 and Mrs Gilbert Webster. They were accompanied with short veils and each carried the University of South Florida

by Mrs. Smith's brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and a line arrangement of yel-- next month Hot Weather Cologne $1QQ

Dollar Savings Values! Mrs. Harold Lutz, of Lakeland. En route home they low daisies. with moil greenstreamers. Mr.Haven RawU High attended School the attended Winter

I) I visited with Mr. and Mrs Robert Comparato and The brlde'i mother wore a the University of Florida and Cool Touch Cologne*lQQ

\ family, former Winter Haven residents.Mr. was graduated this year from
Florida Southern College In Aerosol Cologne alp .
and Mn. Eskel Ball and Mr. and Mrs. Edward M. Lakeland. He li
Rack of employed by
l I Special children are newcomers to BlaU of Yonkers, N. Y. are announcing Rehearsal DinnerMr. International Paper Company In Dusting Rwder123$2&
Winter Haven. They formerly the arrival of a daughter Wooster.

.. Reduced Dresses resided in Youngstown Ohio in the Mt. Vernon Hospitalin and Mri. Robert M. Out-of-town guests for the wedding Choose your favorite fragrance in all its lovely forms
and are now making their New York on May 8th. The Bawls of Stiteivllle, N. C. entertained and reception were Miss
home on West Central. baby her been named Alllss Friday evening with a Susan Grant Raleigh N. C.; -for after bath, for a fragrance break to surround

Jill. The paternal grandparents rehearsal dinner at the Sun Miss Brenda Boston, States- yourself with White Lilac, June Bouquet and many
all half !/2 Price or less Thomas Earl Costello, has are Mr. and Mrs Victor Elate down Restaurant in honor of ville, N. C.; Mr. and Mrs. Ar other lovely scents
just been accepted Into the In Winter haven their son Benjamin Rawli, and thur Kroeck Lowellvllle, Ohio;
student body of Florida Presbyterian his fiancee, Miss Sharon Jones Mr. and Mrs, R. Campbell Ft
College St. Petersburg DouKlfi Delk son of Mr. and 0I
The dinner table was centered Lauderdale; Mr. and Mrs. C.
for the academic year Mrs Knute Delk underwent with yellow and salmon Mann and family, Satellite
Blouses Shirts 196483. He ii the son of Mr. surgery yesterday In the Lake colored chrysanthemums Single Beach; the Rev. and Mrs. David
Lingerie'r and Mri. Thomas F. Costello, land Generalllo.pltil. and Is reported silver candleholders with Coffield, Mr. and Mrs. W. A I
81Q<) Avenue B, NE. to be recuperating nicely Keen
yellow tapers flanked the cen Mt.'Dora; Mrs Kenneth
and other items He is allowed to have visitors terpiece. Conley and Mri. Adella Sp.ld,
*Iojt? The Janlor Legion AailllarywlU
? \ I Enjoying the event were Mf. ?1"1. Hornell.l(JY
;110' Iliff V !. ; \ hold smmnxije\ sale at and Mri. Herman L. Jones, the P' i
. Saturday 'AJc Howard'R. toll Jr. his ,
the Eloise Suprex
.. /hall 1/2 price, I| starting afi.30: ajn. I been gradual/' from the tech. thai Rev., and Mr. Mri.and August Mri. James Bern. DOUBLE VALUES IN '
nital training course for USAF
1- Mr. and Mrs P. W. Burden warehousing specisttsts Vaughn, Miss Mrs Merrily; Margaret Miller Kiss Jordan .
and children have purchaseda at Amarillo AFB, Tex. Airman '
Kaye Henrlck, Miss Julie Apple \ I ib'
Cash only .n sales final home her on 36th Street Zoll Is the son of Howard R. Misi Bonnie Bawls of North
Zoll of Winter Haven
NW. They formerly resided In Carolina; John Douglas Illinois
Georgia Mr. Burden Is an Army Pvt Thomas E. Waters ; Mark Cockel, Pompano
j Inspector with the United participated as a member of Beach and John Hayes Sanford -
States Department of AIr the assault forces In Exercise .

culture. 1 WEST WIND, a Joint Army-
Navy-Marine Corps amphibious To remove a white spot
Time Square "Try In Winter Haven First Mr. and Mrs Jim Roller operation on the Hawaiian Island caused by a wet glass, let on Mr. Trice
Susan, of Boca Says
and daughter of Molokai mahogany furniture, smear :
"Baton, formerly of Winter with a thick coat of petroleum
Haven, spent the weekend herewith Frank Sparrow' was admitted Jelly and leave for a few dayi.
their families. yesterday to the Winter Haven The stain should be gone when We have terrific DOUBLE
Hospital the Jelly la wiped otto
Mr. and Mrs M. G. Strick

land and daughters, Gladys. a DOLLAR Savings throughout Our Store
DOLLAR DAYSTH the weekend
and Glennls, spent here IS Th1eIpuldmaaasgin5lotion; goes
Miami with their daughter your
in deep, helps carry away snares impurities.
.-IRh-SAT. and slater, Min Mildred once- Originally a Doctor's pre
Strickland. year scription. Ten'O Su. arts lo the
rout of the problem "helps heal as
AVc Frank W. Payton. ion chance for II cleanses your ,kin UK first thing On. CroupSummer
$ In the mt>min.laM thins, tl night
of Mra. Alice B. Morrison
Your fact. had
never M so clean
has been graduated from the great savings Dresses

I technical training course for on On sale May only
USAF accounting and finance an In the latest styles
specialists at Sheppard AFB. fashions and fabrics and
Tex. s 95u
off ; the newest summer colors.

The Wesley Fellowship Class aEGUU1Rlr SIZES: Jr. Petite MSJnniora
will meet In the social hall of :500L MSMisses
Memorial Methodist
Mae t
Church tomorrow night
Half SUes 12H MVi
o'clock for a supper
T* Celebrate Downtown seven
and musical program
Winter Ho...'. meeting
$ Days on Family Life. Member of

$1.00 OFF the class will participate In L IOOb "
Any of Our the program. Hoots for the Value To
I Already Lew Priced evening will be Mr. and Mra. $800'
Brood Name SHOES. Brantley Jr., chairman: Mr. ,
and Mri. A. T. Andersen, CD- $19.95
// Bon Whit chairman; Mr. and Mra.
All Colors Patent Tommy Grant and Mr. and

HI Mod Low Heed Mrs. Ralph Barber.

Mr. and Mrs. D. E. Dorr and
i Shoe Mart children are making their
home her. on A Terrace NW.
D...... WIIIter Mme They formerly resided In OneGraoai
FUnt. Mich. All .

andPythtaa Daytime Dresses Costume Jewelry :
The Kalgh 01 Pythias
Sisters and families, sad
will hare n fried chicken aup-
per Saturday night at 1:30: in spnnG Hand Bags
%I the K of P Hall. A program Value To .
hit been planned foe enter
$ .9S
tlillme t %

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where is the

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[l Club wards Police Auxiliary Rifle Ranfe DAILY NEWS.CMIiF,1M//1Me/M6 May II, l I'*4 Page I II t

re. Announced Holds Election Group MpttMother *'

WisAsr Have 4Jmaea. -
.H dab Md lit Achoveand el **..." was
Awards _* MOB Mr Gerald Fields BM bees lha profraai. tkMM when thr
elected president' of fee WhirlerHaven
> with each member's exhibit LMIII Mliilmtjai aoetaty of
Judged br camp agents Police Women AUUlary the HIRe Rang* iaattot Church
More Your
ear pins and award were Other oOfem elected. a* a wet it the home ef .n. Dewey Money
I to the foOowtM: Lou Newberry
meeting held Monday BtgM to
two red ribbon and two Slots Hall were: Mr. J. O. Officers for the CMntal year
; Teiste Lee two nd and Pope, vice president; Mr*. Don elected were: ..... Newbem at
brae; Patsy Lee, six blue; Jackson secretary; Mrs.Dlefc- president, Mn Eddie Wheelervice '
Bluett one red and three le ; ......
W.ttrs. treaawwr; Mr* president; H n r \
; Ruby Taylor, one red and ; Keen, tjcwusfj publinhchairman.
r blue; Kathy Lee four red Jim Mn. ..sal Deimemiasioaary > I
D Miller, one red, eight
cfcaimt*, Mrs Uo
; Margaret McEnroe four Jehesmr -", Mrs
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e, Joe Ann Bias" two blue; .. ; Shad ,
Wander, tour blue Er- yr
Ice ; ial
Ins miaaiMMjr e MMM. MOs
Jean ThornhiU one red and
Z ilia 1 WUttaste sunshine
o i blue; Charles Hancock, one '! : 'I chalnae; .... .Ipy he MulII .
two blue; Terry Hightow- .
two blue; Jim Lee two :!,.
; Leon Taylor one red.lan. ', Dirty School
.i were made for a threelightteeing I leachers Yenepe, ve their' 235 W. Central Ave.
y tour of St. report
tguitine on June Bib and a
111 on communism "Night- and
re in Red", wa shown. get 1 SunshinJ'Oub

FOUR GENERATIONS were represented at a reunion of the Thompson DOLLARSAVINGS
or on Mother' Day at the home of Mr and MM Cliff Lewis, Shown with ,'
Simple cotton glove will take In .. Lewis are her oldest ion, Joseph Thompson hn daughter, Mrs Morris
an expensive look with Just the and her daughter, Carolyn Shannon. The Sunshine Club of Gracejdtgrerea
Church held Its covered -
title extra expense.Sew few
led penis on the ro1.... tot dish luncheon with thirty-two
Reunion Have member and guests attending.The .
Bridge Players SupperThe
table were a picture of
Lewis Home springtime beauty decorated
Friday Morning Bridal lovely floral arrangement was with a profusion of rainbow
fourth generation reunion Club met toeenUy at the Park at one end of the room colas and blossoms
CI.rh.s"I Thompson family wn Restaurant for a dinner and Guests were Mrs Hsiel MWalcott. Mrs. Ted Hoffman and John DAYS
Mother's Day at the home bridge party Mri Pearl McArdleand : Fisher gave talks on church
and Mrs. Cliff Lewis. Mrs W D, Burt welcomed the Mrs. Earl Moore beildej flnancea. Mra. Hoffman substituted
1M w. ewtaal the celebration of members guests and huibands the husbands of the members for her husband who lathe
I family tree were The hostesses were members of There about twenty tablet In financial secretary of the Thundey Friday SaturdayLOOK
families comprising six the board and Mrs Fred Simmer play after dinner The winners church, and was oot-of-towa.
CUSTOM grandchildren one great Mrs. Walter Leonhard. were Dr and Mri Hurt, Mri She spoke m the work and probllm. *
and three .tepchll- Mrs Christine Hughes and Mri Vicki Brown, Mrs Eva Thorn. .. of the financial secretary. what's m store lor you . a choice ei
DRESSES A total of thirty-seven Herbert Collmao hill Ben Thomson and L Otis Mr Fisher discussed thebudget FASHION Merchandise to Ml your every need . for'
of the church for 1M4.
by Lynne a buffet style dinner The place cards were artificial \ Porter Both subject pro\'tellnter"1- Shopping for Worku*. for Lunching lor Traveling or
lawn of the Lewis home : orchids and sweet peas with\ Door Prizes were won by log and Informative and for those "little eventa**" cut. We have It In care-tree
Make your present were Mr. and cards for names attached AMRS. Mrs Sue Meeki Mr.. George open for question.The were fabric ei well as the newest fashion ones . Com seethe
Jon Thompson and family Ryder and Mrs Bruce Waugh
wide selectlcn offered during trill SPECIAL EVENT
Four charming next meeting of the club
styles Haven; Mr. and Mrs This will be the last part of .t EXCEPTIONAL SAVINGS
and family, will be held June 4th at 13 noon.
midsummer wearing Thompson the season.
; Mr and Mr*. Doyle
and family\ Winter
tatting Mar Mth
every Saturday at ;and Mr.family and Mrs Ft Lauder.Charles SAVE '!/

Mr and Mri. Lamar mill IIIBARGAINS
and fimOy, Avon
; Mr. and Mri. Morris '
and family, Winter .
; Mr. and Mri. Tony
and family Thompson Ft. Lauderdale v SAVESAVE


"H_ .. Ueeilhrl New indoor-outdoor- carpetIng From Our Regular Stock AND MOMI

looks like luxurious tweedy "4 _
fabric but actually t* sturdy CLARENCE SMITH, DRESSES:
vinyl available In solid color Dresses and Shifts
new president of the LakeAlfred
and mixture The
carpeting I* Woman' Club. REGULAR NOW
designed for boats, patio, and
sundeck as well an houses. Lake Alfred 10.98eaea 8.49 Sportswear Lingerie Accessories

ONCE AGAIN Womans Club 14.98 I e e I 11.49 Blouse Panties

l00 tlOO Has Installation '' Skini"d ,' '. L'Je1M. HalftSlipi
: )fra. Smith 1,7..98.4I': :y 13:49: ; \
I .Clarrnce: was 1m *
.u. : : Milled as preiideitf the Won Shorts Full SUp
S. Ked ttes Sale recent ana Club covered of Lake did Alfred luncheon at a 21e98e.ee16.49 r I Culotteg *fr .\J J l'i,fajamaa

Pedal Pushers Gown
U.S. Rubber Co., makers of U.S. Keds and Kadettti, has appointed' its two Other: president Installed, Mri were, George: Firstvice Slim Pants Dusters

biggest Central Fla. Dealers to present its Annual Pair and A Spare For $1.00 Sterner Mri Harold; second Seller vice; president.recording I ONI OROUPBLOUSES ONI GROUP Jackets Hand Bags

SALE . Buy the first pair for the regular price end pay only $1.00 for the secretary: Mrs, John Parker, HATS
Mrs Claude Bowman ,
spare . Discontinued Styles Only! Mrs Smith named si chair- I h
man of committees SHIP *N IHOII
Mrs, George Skrner, 1/2 Off

THIS SALE . Look for the Blue Label . Bring a friend"and buy more spares cues, Mrs Henry "
courtesy, Mrs John Frtesner'
and Mrs Gladys lluyck: ; presi"I OUR Speck) Group ,,1
USE YOUR CHARGE ACCOUNT"Colortone" Mrs Mrs. Robert John BsckrsthIhnteises Parker; auditor, COUNTERVALUES si 1 00 JAMAICA SHORTS, '.

were Mri Henry UP TO $4.00ONI
Wslcott Mrs Guy Carlton and
Mrs Norman Boylewho had TAIL
arranged many cam of brsitU- SIMa I to 1
GRASSHOPPER"r.. lul flowers at oral poin'ithroughout "".
the clubhouse BABY DOLLS NOW 3.99 Plow $LOO and $1.50SPORTSWEAR
An oil painting done by Mrs.
Claude Bowman retiring prea
Went was presented to the ONI GROUP ON! TABLI ,
club. ).'.

Writing Class
The Tuesday Morning Creative led AILUNY
Writing class met yester 2.99 Broken Lots Vsluet to H M
$5.00 i Brun day In toe borne of Mrs. Frank 8.11 NOW 2.99
J. Boyd Stately Oaks.
SPARE $100 Coffee and refreshments were SPECIAL GROUP SKIBTS JACKETS SHORTS
served to honor Mrs W. Henry
FOR Brown tone; standing member '
f of the group who will be lama JEWELRY J/2 Off Now $1.00 and $2.00

tog this week to spend the sum. B
T.per ToeCHAMf mer months la Wsterbury.Conn 4
Attending the clam were Met
dames Brown, harry Green, LAY AWAY
Milton Lime, Ray Murray, W.
ON"l J Peterson. Earl Rsbbe. Otto SERVICE
Luhrs. Chartei Unebsugn and BATHING SUITS
Miss Kim Coooey. PA.. IT
IMiI. Ptsc StjrfatRe
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Richard's Hair Styling 10 To* $7.50 to $10.00

r i

I t MR. DENNIS . .
Ito L More Selection!

$5.00 .. 5IAY BROWN 1101*11 tASloa .... DENNIS More Quality I

O \7V .... Trepert fawfr .F I leer. D.If.1tot4 AT .
SPARE S1 FOR ;.... k .......eel s.ee k Fe --.MrtM

FOR ) Tre l..r.A ..qr khe. Ie r' ,riles ai' ;:.f.., Mi.e.
Taal i.M.e
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I these and many other styles too numerous to show . Shop now! J II r ',... -.....-
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The Beverage Department Private-- ArtCollection Personal Incomes Increase Beer Break


:i I Declares War On Shine Eight Percent In Florida For Coffee 1

Th State Beverage D part- lion in sale. here Neb y.*i LOI. ANOCLES (UM) -TIlt HALF OFf:
GAME8VILLE greatest sett**** pereoMl "....' Bh$" I
war OB moonahiM WMiT due to mootMhtee, win come' Poraoaal a sjeoadary 2
a strong boost this week in the maaaive distribution of At 1500.55 for Florid reelduote Income for net were IB the 1- at .<.*, ta t contract 1
wttk tile 'kick-off of M whiMttooal the pamphlet. RinglingThe taa... ...* per eat to fee alters belt. Hardee Cowty cIIIpIIe between. Ceubnlabeer
program Meal at Major liquor diatnfewtera la llftia. tot Mat. from .the to. bowed losses of U per OMt, dtat tlwutora and the Teamster NAPKINS PLATES CUPS
com BtttoM of INI to lap, lid Lake and r 'tmt- cooties Usti.
Mvtef lives M well M dofiara, several area will place quanUtlei -
Ringling Museum of Art the cures ISMS of Economic allowed toeae of around Bottlers In the warehousesnow
Rickrd B. Keats pamphleto in
tc retail
according will Leaflet reported. 10 per cent In total personal get a 16-mlnute beer break
outlets located .ta open an exhibition of ONE TABLE GIFTS of BRASS
log, Beverage Director moonshine Income, the In the
Mintanga from the private colWcttoo The Leaflet are published University Leafletreports. morning and again In the
problem are** .
Substantially dinftroui afternoon-MMi
of Mr and Mrs Joseph monthly by taw University of driver who are
quaattttea of 'lye" and "pot Thousand of additional Wa Florida Purees Economic and The Leaflet I* available to out on the road all day can 1
ash" found in recent month pamphlet will be sent to to Gallery of Sarasota 16.Fortyseven. this week Hasten .....r Florida redden upon r....... have ".u the cold beer they HALF OFF
in aeiaed moonshine wMak", schools where educators have work The two major factors In* ua drink ." half.D hour after
has helped spur the Department been asked to make them from dating flucflclnc the inoome gains were taste run."
into action to warn the available to their students In the lets century to the the recovery from "economic Ku Klux Klan An Industry spokesman said
present have been
haaardt connected hopes they will be carried into to doUruiM" of 1968 Tuesday that "101M 01
public of the the tolMUndan the BE SURE TO SEE OUR
with the "white poison." the homes until September museum .for exhibition upsurge in ....Icu1t11nllncorn. Members Co On ?"*?. have complained their 11
The Director laid be ii in "A portion of this program from all product except citrus, buebands come home haU-
the process of releasing! 200- will be carried out with young and The lath collection century includes Dutch 17th and the report eta t... Trial June 15 gassed instead at times, 10.. propose ONE DOLLAR TABLE I!
Author of the current leaflet that we give them I'
000 of people who are considered a
copies a pamphlet containing potential
Flemish .
masterpieces as well la Dr. JACKSONVILLE (UPI .Ix-pack each. .. Values
moonshine Madelyn L. Kafoclla. interim ) .k..In Place to $4.95
Information the consumer ,
on up
a* i e I of the I!
r e r a contemporaryPaintings. assistant research Five Ku Klux Klansmen beer break, the
accu- employ.
of the illegal apprising them of the professor
deadly effect pitfalls .
Some of the artists In the Bureau of Economic aed of conspiring the bombing Proposed the traditional
liquor and tips on what the in this product, Keating said represented are Breughel, de and Business Research. of a Negro home will be triedin coffee break. DAYS
public can look for to detect Parent-Teacher Associationsand Zurbaran, Heda, Tan guy, Florida'. total personal Income Federal Court June 15 The Teamsters have said they
the presence of the dangerous other respons.ble: groups Pachner, Chagall and Rubin hit above the $U billion do not plan to strike over the
product in their community. will be offered copies of the The Polaks began their art mark In 1962, a pin of $828 The five are charged with issue
"I believe that vigorous law brochure to familiarize them collection In Holland in 1830 million over the total Income of conspiring with William Sterling NOOK"AROUND i
enforcement if but one of the with the Department's pro- One of their first selections the previous year, Dr. KafoglUwrites. Rosecrans to Intimidate 6-year- Low cost food Items that are
answers to this perennial prob- gram. was a Flegel which they lost old Donald Godfrey who entered rich In vitamins A and C In-
lem. Keating observed. "Probably The Beverage Director said along with several other paint Although still Slat among the a previously all-white school elude fresh cabbage, carrots, THE CORNER FROM MORRISON'S"
the only complete an- representatives of his staff logs through Nazi confiscation states on the basis of Income The boy's home was damagedby potatoes, canned tomatoes and
ewer lies In educating those would be available to meet All have been recovered with per capita, Florida's residents a bomb Feb. 18. but no one tomato Juice, and canned and 54 Second St.. N.W. 2'3.1471BARBCUBES
who drink moonshine to the with any group Interested in the exception of five still in received an average of $2,044per was Injured. frozen citrus Juice.
awesome fact that with each learning more about the problems Eastern Europe. person In 1962. The 1960
drink, they court death." of moonshine whiskey or per capita Income In the state
Hundred of persons die annually participating in the drive to Until recent years, Mr and was $1,985.
victims of common destroy It.Lending Mrs. Polak have confined their The most vital cause In the
criminals art selections to the Dutch and upward movement of total In.
who display a complete its support to the
Flemish masters When come la attributed to
an Increase
they -
disregard for their safely Department's drive, is the Na
moved to Sarasota. however. of$!l60 million in wages
or welfare, the Director tional Council Against Illegal they became Interested In-cOD- and salaries.
Liquor I an organization Property Income
laidFrom temporaryy art and added contributed
all information avail- formed by the legitimate alcoholic Tanguy's "Woman's Head" to about $150! million more than In
able to us, the entire plan of beverage Industry towage their collection Since then 1961, and total proprietary earn
moonshine racketeers la t.o war on moonshine in the several more modern works ings Increased by $32 million
prey on the Ignorant or uneducated nation's 19 major moonshine have been Included during the year
citizen, he continued producing states The Polaks have been associated A major decline In orange per bag (reg. 79c) with any
With this information Keat Martin Noel, liquor distributor with the museum prices, reflecting ample suppll -
ing decided on an educational In Pensacola was named since their arrival Sarasota .i, reduced cash receipt for 2.00 purchase in either store
program that could be carried chairman of the Florida chapter In May of 1960 they presented this commodity In 1962 by $!l5
out in every community of NCAIL to carry out operations it with Van Dyck'a paintingof million in Florida. But, six
where moonshine exists. in this state the head of 'St. John, the per cent Increase In farm pro- NO LIMIT -
One of the most urgent Evangelist" In 1955 they gave duction expense was offset by
needs, printed literature on the Museum part Interest in higher cash receipts from most
By United Press International other farm commodities
moonshine was supplied by NEW YORK Sen. Barry El Greco's "5t. Paul" and in Kafoglla ..,.. Dr. I
the Alcoholic Beverage Industry January of 1963 by deed of THIS
M. Gotdwater, R-Arts., addressIng Liberty County was flrat In
of Florida, by paying the gift, made the museum sole the state with
a rally at Madison Square Income gain of
cost of printing the 200,000 Garden: owner of the masterplecce almost 34 per cent. Ctlchrlst
brochures. "I'm not Interested In defeatIng With this acquisition, Ringling County showed gain of over
Other assistance coming any Republicans In 1964. Museum became one of the 2( per cent and Nassau County
from the legitimate Industry, I'm Interested In defeating Lyn few galleries in the nation Jumped over 20 per cent In total WEEK
which loses nearly $100 mil don Babes Johnson." owning more than one painting income gains over 1961. Y
by the famed artist The counties suffering the -
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P.9ie Fourteen WINTER HAVEN DAILY :FP-W1NTFR HAVFN, ROR1DA Wednesday, May 13 1964 ...-..... . h .

. ;i I ill Graduate At FSC Rites Cabinet Okays

Florida Southern Coll it eluded 17 Florldians and W
">.*.* its 1ib year wMhCOBUMMMBM from 21.other Mites Joan
<<: /* enerciaM it GoUlday of Sykeiville Md. Salary ForCoordinator
"Uth and -
4tgr M wore conferred was valedictorian graduated
osi m graduates and M benor summa cum laude heading
.ry doctor of divinity degree 36 honor wmiori She won
awarM to the Rev. W. Scott the prelid t'. scholarship
... of Tampa. medal Majoring in mathema-
Or Boatman delivers the tit she had an average of a.I TALLAHASSEE (IUPII) The
baccalaureate to the of a possible 40 :i
sermon out Cabinet okayed i $12.000 a year
graduating claas last Sunday i .4 e salary for the new coordinatorof 219
; He It an alumnus of the col Blast Injures the Higher Education Facilities -
i let. Act In Florida and OIl'S THIRD
I' Secretary of State Tom Cuban ExilesKEY pledged public school construe ]
Adam was the commencement LARGO (UPD-Three) lion funds for Palm Beach ST. S.W.
speaker, urging greater Cuban exiles were injured County
cooperation between Florida's Tuesday when an explosion The Cabinet put Its stamp of WINTER HAVEN'S LARGEST PKG. STORE
public and private colleges rocked their 28.foot boat when approval: on a budget for the
;. and universities. .: remainder of the fiacal fear for +
He laid both were essential, they gasoline were tanka.Authorillea filling. the vesaels I':: : ." '\ the higher education act pro @ I IQ/ @ I @W
the one free to teach religiousand Slid Louis Con- .It... . . .'It gram In Florida The budget afar STR. KY. BOURBON IIIOMPS011[
. included $12,000 for the
moral truth constitutionally : :1'.t" '- a year
Wilfredo Perez :
tales Vargas
: : . I
t ,
: newly named coordinator Dr. FOUR ROSES
restricted in public Institutions ind Andrei Lisa .
Y Faranis : '
: James R. Dungin.The 86 BLEND
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the latter able to Bencomo aU of Miami, suffered ..
: made available
open the doors to all citizens burns and centurions in 'It' ,. last week from state fundsto
regardless of religious belied the explosion. : : : :: I' YD STRAIGHT
: : : get the planning of distribution 8
economic ititui. "We hive : . :
or Sheriff's deputies said It / : :.; ; of the federal grants start I lie BOURBONBRUGAL
achieved a blend a balance was not immediately certain : l: :: :: The
ed. state will
: : .. money even
of public and private education ithe exiles were bout to d: .:.. .: ; .:.:. . .I" tually be repaid from federal OLD CROW 7 YR. STR. KY. BRB. RUM
,' he nid. start on a raid against Cuba, ..' ,':' . ...... .," grants earmarked for sdminialration. is REG. 5.20-43.75 CASE rHOMPSON
Dr. Charles T. Thrift Jr.. but a hospital spokesman said ....'' ...' .. '. .. ." REG.
president, awarded 198 bach the Cuban claimed they had . . ,, Florida's public and private 4 e Till 4,60
lor of science degrees end 70 let out from Miami on a 'fish- .. .' ,." . ..I..i higher education institutions are
bachelor of irts. The elm In. Ing trip." ...'.".. : .:::: expected to get $5,635,182 during fis I
1964 65 under the federal aid to
.. REGISTRATION WINNER-Petri Robbins, managerof higher education program.In 35.88
. Villa's Vill.ge, Southeast Plata Shopping Center, presented other action, the Cabinet CASE
. Mrs. Chris Rogers of Wav.rly with a beautiful Budget Commission pledged I
: ,.. silver service when she was announced as the winner of $492.200 in additional public

V WEDNESDAY SPECIAL the registration prize offered by Villa's Village Palm school: Beach capital County outlay, The funds money to [ YELLOWSTONE BSOTURRBK N a STHVAT69 I

will be released when needed
to contractors
Martin Joins A pay$179,350 budget wn approved -
for I Department of Health
program to eradicate the Aedes M GILBEYJ
:_r Aegypti mosquito in Florida.
Motor Firm
r Funds come 13 support from the the programwill federal Queen AnneHUDSON ,101II ,

Leonard Martin well.known government and will be ad. BAY 'j II(
in automobile circles in the ministered by the Board of VODKA
Lake Region area for the part Health. The program will provide LANGS 8 YR. J{ 'JREG.
five years, has joined Premier Jobs for 325 employes, in
Motors of Winter Haven, It was eluding clerks and insecticide IMP. SCOTCH
announced today by J. D. Flynn spriymen. 4.S0
president of the company In another action, the Cabinet
Martin and his wife are known contracted with George OD
for their evangelistic and Gos Bellah Construction Co., Panama 1
pel singing. lie was the first City, for construction of REG,
vice president appointed to the campers rest rooms, a water 1
Florida Singing Convention He system and picnic pavilions at .ls
la a member of the First Assembly St Andrews State Park. The
of God Church in Win company was successful bidderon I
ter Haven and the AuburndaljClvltin the project at $41,420

Club They have three - 6 YR. 86'

children.lie Is a native of Manatee LEONARD MARTINObscene Hospital News CARRINGTON B CANADIAN ONDED WHISKY, :as 4.295TH I ISenQttlms

Grantt-own brandBOYS' Students Join TUESDAY'S ADMISSIONS:

Cuban ExilesMIAMI Phone Robert Winter A Davis Haven, M. E. Hug- : BRd

FINE QUALITY gins, Mrs Andrew T. Jackson,
(UPI) The Cuban
Mrs E O Taylor, Mrs Larry DRY GIN
COTTON POLO SHIRTS University Student. Federation Caller NabbedMEMPHIS Sanders, Mrs L. F McCall. real sippin whiskey
(FEU) announced Tuesday Frank Sparrow, Mrs. V L.
It Wit joining three other Ezell, Mrs Glen STRAIGHTKENTUCKY
Wllmer C. Andrews
(UPI) A man ill ore
exile groups in a renewed Wilier Norris Mrs
who hundreds
plagued of Memphis -
guerrilla campaign
Jack Abelson, Frank B. Zel-
Sale 67cREG. against. the Fidel Castro regime with obscene women telephones over five calls years, Mrs ler Sr,,Edward Mrs Oscar E.II Athbury Norlmg! s.z: STR. KY. BR BOURBON

The FEU said It would work claiming was making a med Harry L. Morris, Mrs JesseL w
Ical survey, was actually an office : Reg. 6.35-47.88 Case
with the Second Escimbriy Rountree.
supply salesman who Is the I
$1.00 Front Alpha 66 and the Pea father of six, police said Tues. AuburndaleMrs BOURBONREG. I Ii
ple's Revolutionary Movementin day. Ralph Harper Miss .
Knit of combed cotton yarnt. Full cut for comfort. launching 'Plan Omega," Inspector E, L. Barksdale Sharon Cintrell L R. Hirrell i l
Choice of wishfait solid colon and strip.s. Sites a scheme for massive infiltra laid Frank Wilson! Sprott Jr., Eagle Lake I SJ S
6 to 16. tion behind the Sugar Cane 33, was arrested Tuesday and Mrs Aaron Orrick I
Curtain. charted In connection with a call Dundee M
-- Monday to two suburban (Iris. Mrs Johnny Shannon ,
Sprott, who allegedly used
the names "Dr.folio"and"Dr. TUESDAY'S DISMISSALS j
Marshall," waived preliminary Winter Haves /'j'E'ITUCI1YwhvEI INVER HOUSEIMPORTED
I hearing and was released under Mr. Nick Christy, Miss
$350 bond. Jenny Coleman Mrs Charles SCOTCH
Authorities said Sprott admitted B. Gregory, Herman Mott >(jw
under question that he Mrs. Ella Parker, Mrs Edger T.VLMIELS
- was responsible for the mysterious B. Powell, Mrs M. W Stewart
calls that have baffled Ernest Walker. Mrs 86 -8 YEAR (
Large Selection of Men's Dress Shoes police for several years Jerry Walling Ililnes City STR. KY.BOURBON. STR. KY.BOURBON.
6 YR.
DOG'S BEST FRIEND Mrs William L Bentley '& :-
Ladies' Dress ShoesMen's ALBUQUERQUEN.MUPI Mrs E. R. Wiley fcjO> 1 REG. 6.25 "
( ) A man who phonedthe Auburndale ,
E '
Albuquerque purchasing office II L Coleman Mrs Erma I lV fl !
aleck $ 97 was assured the city would House, Master David Joiner, 3 f* Nucst
$97 offer some old fire hydrants at Mrs, Fred Leatherwood Mrs REGm' M ., I
Brawn mJ
its semiannual auction, but David J. Slayton and Infant -. .
-I LOAFERSOXFOIDS was warned they are In poor daughter .
3 condition. Like Alfred I
"That's okay" he said "I Mrs Ray Daniels, Mrs .!
] Just want to install It In my James L Dees and infant
and 6.97 front yard for my do,." daughter FULL BLENDED fULL j
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Reg. f. 11,11 W. L DOUGLAS TO 10.t t
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CANVAS :. $ 97 $ 91 /A\ MY SINCERE THANKS! -BROOK"".- f r' vrri

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L/t I warmly thank all who supported me Jj
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CASUALS In the May 5th Democratic Primary. Without the f j

untiring help of so many friends, such a victory

$ 44 DON'T MISS would not have Your been overwhelming possible. of confidence 1 J. BOISSIERE VERMOUTH IMP.SWHTORDRYf 79 5TH IJ I

OXFORDS LOAFERS REG. TO lO.tt will always encourage me to continue my BUT BUY DRIVE.IN

Brown best effort In seeking the constitutional and moderate A8C ABC BALLENTINEBEER

Balg THISt PINK approach to government for all Americans. SAYE SAYE WINDOWS

3 Days Only MULTI (pell .......4MbnM.t rein r. .), Bur***t.Weds,liar) IS LARGEST THE SOUTH'S

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;, Perry To Play Mays, Marichal [ Pink SipFor Lions Win ,Games Bankers At Wrights Ice,

SPORTSaat In College Post Lake AlfredThe Chevrolet Win

Jolt: Colts 60By I .ike Alfred Lake Allred Bankers trans were and winnm the-

Golf FRED DOWN Tuesday night to lead the Giants By Visited I'.1 Stile action in llamei Monday City night Little as Lea both Softball GamesChevrolet

Tourney UPI I'pMta WriterIt to an easy 6-0 victory overtht' wally Post, a pratssaional. "it ams walloped their opponents.
looks like baseball fans Houston I'olts Mays horn baseball player sloes. It*, re .
Frank Paris hitto
( Wins Fourth As Twins Bill Perry Jr., a freshman will never know what happens, creel In the third to give the calved a pink slip for the second and struck pitched out 11 a as no the Center: did..,i'!,
when the unstoppable litter Giants a 1-0 lead connected Urn within a year Tuesday Hankers Tampa Wholesale 1210 o i I"
beat the Haines
at 81. Petersburg Junior College City
faces the unhittable pitcher with a mate aboard in the fifth when the Cleveland Indians Wrights Ice defeated Sun si t.i n I
and son of Winter Havon Rotary 30-2
because both are playing for to boost he lead to l-o and con asked. waivers on DM M year- 11.1 last night at Mercury 1 1"
Golf CM But Perry sr., The Bankers B
banged out
)efeat Chicago Sox 11-1 Is one of two pro Florida eollegtakagolfers the San Francisco Giants. tr hided a run-scoring single to old outfielder for the purposeof hits Including s home run by In Recreation League snfih>.1 i
that will play in MM Those are just about the only a u..1'IIraU, In the seventh! giving. him his unconditionalreleaa Mark Sllvert game
National Junior Colin Golf terms that accurately describethe Marichal, .meanwhile, didn't *. The Tampa Wholesale scored WI
Lions barked
I By FRED DOWN struck out five to win his third Champions. at Grand performances of Willie walk a batter and struck out Post a National Leaguer hitler Pat nifty en runs In their half 01I"\ ".
by Patrick withpowerful
UPI Sports Writer game for the Tigers behind an Rapids, Mich., Jute 14. Mays and Juan Marichal.The three as the Giants ended most at his major league ra I fourth Inning, but ChevroU'
oHenae and
The Minnesota Twins always l'ight-hlt attack that included Posting rounds of 1t-'15-tll- great outfielder and the a two-game losing streak. tort with Cincinnati and Philadeiphia trampMthe Center roared back with four i r,,
,ave plenty of punch going form two triples by Willie Morton 14-JW last week atSeonlcHUlsCountry brilliant pitcher have combined The St. Louis Cardinals defeated was signed. by the Indiana 2 Haina City Green Sox 19- take a two-run lead that hcbl 1 1 1W

>* and they also have and doubles by Don Wert, Bill Club In Pensoeoia, to whisk the Giants Into a two- the Philadelphia Philltes. aa a free agent last November The (>. The winners collected ooh J
lent, of pitching when Jim Freehan and Dick McAuliffeLohch Perry finished second and earned game National League lead 42. the Milwaukee Braves after the Minnesota the batting Lions'afar Mike of While that gamewsa who six hits In piling up 12 rur,
sat is on the mound. is the first left-hander to the trip to the Nationals, And In the bargain they've clowned the New York Mets, Twins rebated him outright hit while the losers. hid seven
home and .
Somewhat of a disappointnt beat the Yankees and the first Th. St. Petersburg team, raised the question whether 2-0 The Chicago Cuba shaded following the 1963 season a run two tris4s. Maines Waters led the Cheer"

with a 10.10 record and pitcher to go the distance which Perry was s member of, Willie ran become the game's the Dodgers 3.2. and the Puts A long ball threat wherever M batting attack with two hit'
20 earned run average in against them this season!" Hector also second. first 400-hitlr since 1941 and burgh Pirates nipped the Cincinnati he played. Post who has 210 \' \N (1 un: SIG't:' tl: ) white Oliver picked up two fi,.

963. the 8-foot, 4.Inch, 210- Lopes homered for the Recently the young Winter Marichal can become its first Reds. 32, In other NL lifetime home runs, was Just EDMONTON Alta (tPI! >- the losers
Eiound Kilt Is off to a fine American League champions. Havenlte was elected to the 30.game winner since 1934 games. one of a number of men who The' Edmonton Eskimos of the Crave held Sun State to tw"

tart that suggests he may A walk, Bob Chance's double sports hall of fame of Neither goal seems! unattainable Curt Simmons defeated hit were sliced from big league Western Football Conference hits, one In the second and Ktich the stardom predicted and Larry Brown's sacrifice fly St. Petersburg Junior College. in the light of early-season former Philadelphia club for roaters as the cutdown deadline have signed defensive tackle In the third, aa Wrights |pickup <

Ear him this year enabled the Indians to score performancesMays the 13th time In 15 tries although drew closer Hill Van Cleave of Oklahoma 11 runs on nine hits to don "
I it takes more than average their running run against Boston just past his 34th he needed the late. AU major league clubs must Male the Insurance men
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forget all that muscle that's suffered his first setback of the 478 clip, with 13 home runs Craig, who shut out the Phillies by midnight tonight. a.ia member of the NAIA All slapped out two hill while ll.ill
to thrown at them but Kaat is year. Dick Howser and Woodie and 34 runs batted into lead for the last 123 Innings, It was Cleveland moved to within AnuTlran fnotliall team last slammed a home run to Ic..1 1 1'Wrlghtv ,.
doing Just that with ail mark Held had two hits each for the the league in all three departments Simmons' fourth win of the season one of that figure by selling.: 'on. hating alt arkIT'S
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and a 2.60 earned run.ver.ae. hid three for the Red Sox Don streak he's also more than halfway Doug Clemens, Dick Groat and I ant. of the International
lime McMahon to the league's record of Julian Javier had two hits each League.
picked his second
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The Astronaughts my Holmes ,n 1943. Fischer pitched three.hitter completed their cuts by selling
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over the Chicago White who kayoed Dave Sten- In the business session! of straight victories and with only against three victories: Baltimore optioned 21.yearold

Sox that prevented the White house in three innings and the meeting it was decided to 11 earned runs allowed in 58 Innings The Braves scored both their receiver arty llaney to

Sax from gaining ground on the tagged the Washington pitcher alter the club ladder into three has a fancy 1.11 earned runs in the fifth inning when Elmira, reducing to 26 the
losing New York Yankees and with his second loss. Luis Apa- classes! to spur more actionon runs allowed in S8 Inninga Frank Boiling was safe on an number of men on their roster

also kept the American League's ricio stole three bases and Willie the laddor Bob Moon Is has a 12-game winning streak error and Rico Carty homered. Cincinnati was left one over Thurs. Fri. Sat Only
first division under a blanket of Kirkland pilfered two for recently appointed l ladder because! he hasn't been beaten Bob Buhl, who has beaten the the limit after optioning third

H4 games. the Oslolei.. chairman. since the Los Angeles Dodgers Dodgers more than any otheractive baseman Chico Ruli to San Diego Arrow White
Don Mincher and Zoilo Ver- Left hinder John Donoghue of the Pacific Coast "Whip"
New members introduced In. turned the trick on Aug. 30, pitcher, raised his life
silica each had four hits and pitched a two hitter to win his cluded, Chester Mann Eileen 1963. time mark against them to League

Mmcher and Jimmie Holl homo first big league game for Kan. O'Leary Jim Dunham, and Mays drove in four runs with 27.19 with a six hitter Don Lan- The Loa Angeles Dodgers lost Long Sleeve Dress Shirts

ered to lead the Twins' 15-hit sis City while Ken McBride Louise Karpinski. two homers and a single and drum scored the winning run 163,000 bonus pitcher Paul

attack on Ray Hedbert and four suffered his sixth loss of the Lait night's results as follows Marichal pitched a five.hitter for tl.e Cubs In the ninth liming Speckenbach to the St. Louis Convertible cuff, wsih and wear
successors. Kilt, who hurled a season for the Angels Wayne singles Charles Beat- when second baseman Dick Tracewskl Cardinal for the $8,000 tint
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and let Joe year player
ley (A) 9, Nelson Rivers, (D) $ *
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West (D) 7; Al Hays (A) (,
Dave Nicholson hit his fifth Jim Mahoney, who pitched George Banks an Infielder
Bob Moon (D) J; Jim Bock.
homer of the season. four perfect Innings to start the outfielder, optioned to At.
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Sensational rookie Tony Ollva game walked across the run 11 n t. to the International
Win 3 Reed Sutherland A 9
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Mann (A) 6, Jim DunhamD
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Barnes and leave his averageat In League 12'43 a.m.. EDT. Gene Frees* the PCL. where the team had
League PlayC Jim Mclver (D)1.)
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a cool .450. Doubles and W L. Pet. GB orlclnally planned to lend him.
Ritchey Vada Pinion had key double
The Detroit Tigers snipped Houston enchanted plttheri $350
San Fran 16 7 696 REG.
Beasley (A) 7, Mary Mciver for the Reds, fS.OO
their five-game losing streak Lasseter limitedFrench's Phila 14 9 1109 2 with Its Oklahoma City afflll NOW
and Moon (D) 5; Hays and
ind the New York Yankees'five of Lakeland to two Milwaukee 15 10 600 2 ate sending lefthander Joe
Clifford (A) 9, West and Bock.
game winning streak with hits as Daniels Plumber won I St Louis 16 11 593 2 Hoerner to the 89'eri for right
a 7.2 win, the Cleveland Indimi 3-0 victory in the Lakeland City over (D) 6. Pittsburgh 14 12 388 34 Mrs. Wells hinder Gordon Jones. 100 PAIR MEN'S SHOES

beat the Boston Red Sox, Softball League last night. Cincinnati 13 II Joe 4 hi Veteran catcher Hank Folles
.5, the Baltimore Orioles de. Allan Burroughs lashed out I Chicago 10 II 476 5 Golf Group was acid to Hawaii of the PCI. )
felted the Washington Senators, triple and double as the Plumbers Watch. Found Houston 1117 393 7tt as the Loa Angela Angela Broken" ttyUi and abase! from regular, ilock.

54, and the Kansas City Athletics rail their record to T-0 I ir I a; Loa Angeles 1616 3H5 TH President reached the Oliver limIt. Follea. r

topped the Los Angeles league play and 10.4 overall New York 6 19 240 11 31. spent his eight sessnns Reg. 11.95 . Now $6.95
Angels in other AL action The Plumbers meet Publix In At ParkA Tuesday's Remits Mrs. Howard Wells has been with seven teams In the big
Left.bander Mickey Lolich Lakeland Friday night in I: Ball Chicago 3 Log Angeles 2 elected president of the Winter leagues.Kama. Reg. 13.95 . Now $8.95

pitched a three-hitter and league game and follow up with I St. Louis 4 Phila 2, night Haven Women's Golf Astoriatkm City has one more to
a double.header against Bradenton wrist watch was found atPartln Milwaukee New York 0, night for 1964 65 drop following the option In' of Reg. 16.95 . Now $10.95
at the Little League Field: Little League Field last Other officers elected Tom ml* Reynolds to Birmingham .
San Fran 6 Houston 0, night yesterday
Roaches? Use Holiday'DryFog' Saturday nightGrace Thursday and Is suspected: to Pittsburgh 3 Cincinnati 2. night Include Mrs L C Stew.rt.vlrpr..ldt'nt of the Southern league Reg. 20.95 e a Now $12.95

belong to a little leaguer or Tlld.,'. Probable Pitchers ; Mrs J. V Me. Th Pittsburgh Pirates got
Fumigant member of the Winter Haven Milwaukee at New York Knight secretary; and Mrs. down to the required 25 aftera
Lutheran women's Softball learn. day of player shuffling Sent
Fletcher Klinke, treasurerIn
Clomnger 121)f vs Fisher (01)
If a player has lout a watch to Columbus option were Interwoven Stretch Hose
Los the weekly tournament next on
Angeles at Chicago Kou
L. Region WinGrace and can Identify the one found, week members are scheduledto pitchers Frank flunk and Tom.
fax ((23)) vs Ellsworth (21))
call Cy 4-1646 after 3pm. pI.ytIw\ net blind my Slsk and outfielder Rex
Lutheran scored eight weekdays SI! Louis at Philadelpla 13 holesLast partnersfur Johniton. Added to the parent Reg. $1.00 Now 75c
runs in the fourth inning and (nlKht-Broglio! ) 21)( vi Bennett
FUMIGATE ENTIRE club relief Bob
I I week's winners were were pitchers
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HOME for $3.98 Mrs R. F. Jukes, with a low Prtddy and Fred Green
Church League Play Defeats Cincinnati I I at Pittsburgh
YNI enm /I M Bagley net 74, and Mrs. Louis Kimm, -- -
1 Wynn Brown. Denny Segal. (nllhtJ.) ., (13) vs Law
Strom. Junior Petrie Ray Hock Auburndale In (12). with a 77. RAING; PROGRAM (1l'Ir.1!'

and Cecil Hock all hit home San Francisco at Houston WEiTBURY, NY (UPD1h )-

runs for Grace Lutheran. Softball GameBagley (night) Hendfey ((2-2) vs Dr. Updcgraif moat auctesiful spring racing
Lake Region defeated Beymer Johnson (23)Thursday's. program In Roosevelt Raceway
-wwr.NlwIw 9.S for their second! straight win of Winter Haven defeated fiime Seeks Third history clues tonight with !

i..r r.w...w r at Denison Field Monday night Auburndale and Lakeland Milwaukee at New York the $..160 US Ilirneas Writ
bard-..-- M --- Lake Region scored five runs defeated Mulberry by the 10- l.oi Angeles at ChicagoSan Golf Title era Trot for three-yesr oMs the 5
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In the sixth Inning Fran at Houston, night future race
First Baptist and Lake Region League action at Deniaon Field St Louts at Phil., night TUCSON. Arts! (UPI!) Dr If the pattern of belting holds 2SS WEST CINTIAl AYENUIDowntows

are currently tied for first last night (Only games scheduled) Ed Updegraff shoots for his to form tonight Roosevelt will Winter H....

place Bagley took advantage of American league third Western Amateur golf tl. wind up with an ,\'ral' 12 IMI THI MUNICIPAL AgIIN4. LOT AT IIAI Of ITOII
three hits and five errors In the million nightly total ha mil*
W |. Pel. CB tie today in his own backyard
For BUILDING MATERIALS Call CY 3-3139 first inning as they picked up Chicago 12 7 6H over the 6,977 yard Tucson
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New York 11 8 .61* Country Club course
the visitors 217.
Lakeland rallied for six runs Cleveland 11 9 .MlBaKimors k The Tureen wmrotegirt heads
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Toke advantage of the*terrific food volutthe '
PricMEffetiv 14 Thrift FREE This Week '
: I Is featuring Hilt and all of the
I CURRIER t (IVES : folks In hit store ; me't and 'rve
COFFEE CUP you to tho bat of their ability. Lot ui show you CRISCO ASTOR
I 150 FOURTH STREET, N.W. witlo c.-........ 'I why KWIK CHEK It the mart place to go for 3-Lb. Can C 3 Lb. Can
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AUIURNDALE STORE a.+u w M..rhr.Mw good things to eot . and 59
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QgairtHy Rights Rirv4 _ _ _ _ _lit_MoH._ ....I In and tee ui this weekend . you'll bo glad
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: CHEKDrinks ALE orFISCHER'S Clorox IDeOpp e F.ur $ 00

kb1 Coffee C S s Beer ( Q Half Gal. . 3 limit 303 Theo ans 49
1 Lb. Can NSCNEa
12 oz. Cans Case of 12 Limit OneJ9Qc 17c BRAVO CORNED

SAVE 28cUmltOn. I . 3 I lion.Cans $100

With $S 15 for I00 12 01. Threw :
or Mon Order Away BottUi : 79
Unit Two Your Chok.
6REE ... .w.. .___.___ -_10c._....- _ _.. LImkitTwoPkp.. 39
4 ,. w Whole K.nttl White or Blue 16 ..LLoavf
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Blue ArrowLYKES
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Steaks . 78' 5 Ihs. $189 ))

% 2 Half $100
Spareribs 49'RAWS VvvWD Gal.


Bacon . 55' U. S. CHOICE ; . 3 $100
!' .. ." .. .' FROZEN BRUSSELS
Loin. -59'
TARNOW SKINLESSWieners Golden Yellow FreshCOHN . 4 $100

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Tarnow'i Sliced Ceol'rd/ .
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1fFiT. **'\1" \ : .
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t, Report :
,, : ....<. t '. ,. Louts TOME larder
Parents .... Onlvwatty. Ohio M member .
t\ Negro Charge of PraaMent Lyndon R WEDNESDAY NIGHT

'De Facto' SegregationBy far Johnson's the Cosnmemoradon national Commit!..
hakNBMre' eooth anniv.I ]
Pry will conduct a 10.Ii i ivahakeapeare BONELESS
MARGERY MrtLHENYVnMtd Tour leavinu N, u
Trim lenaUottl The report warned that unless York Aua 4 anal returning *v i I' 97
school integration u speeded 1
up and the quality of education In addition M vlnlUitK mini ,
.. rr iKhts struggle in Chlraao. M In for Negroes Is vastly Improved ous "BheJtespeere plans III.
northern clue, has
many centered
"The future
of the city Enaland: and Scotland vud h
w kl'" . "" around the Issue of "de of ChioMO and of other treat the Tower of London Cunt, .1'i 1- 4:00: P.M. to 8:00 P..... ONLY
facto' school
i metropolitan cities will be seriously bury. Coventry and OlannMacbeth "-
hiIM/l'/! a : Negro parent look to the
Jeopardised and the In- < 'si. the KIOIIP sal DRUGSTORE
C'- street In 1963 to protest against toretta of the entire nation
r may spend three day In attain d. I I
alleged "inferior education" for Rnoa9
.0 ,: t 0 their children be Impaired and Imperiled"Civil upon-Avon whew they will -it. *
r The school protect led to the report and urged the board .
(Us and attend a 1 peifoimii "
violence, mass arrest and huge to OATS SHOWN CENTII
the ,
panel 13 .u' the RnyaIShldtl"lwalo' 1 1'
L school .
boycotts a militant
I __ i'. / Bin, I
member of civil right groups
'Zf. ; \ led "alt Ins1 at the Board of Ed-
,. : .. ucatlon and at elected achooU
During the first week of Buy
I school last September. demon
Get 4th
,, : Tire
... strator carrying picket signs
1e and tinging "freedom songs'
\ : li marched on three school sites
here portable classrooms were
being Installed They said the
J" units fostered segregation
11 The demonstrators continued tires at
during the week and more than
30 person were arrested In
. clashes with police PRICELISTED NO CHARGE
m ufummmmimmimmwm&m+ 3IPWM wnrr rrewii
Following the first boycott
ELECTRONIC last Oct. 32 about 51 per cent
change National BANKING-Memben' of the Downtown Council got a look at the Ex. of all students enrolled in Chicago
Bank a new computer yeiferday. Bank President
Roger Cl.pp, loft and public schools were reported -
Graham show Donald Blare, J. i. Anderson and Potter LIddon how the "brain" absent from class. A second BELOW
works. Eicept Yea
boycott Feb 25 resulted In Now for the first time EVER.. this
17 per cent absenteeism despite
..tnlJ'ERS.4RI' NEW YORK -When I'ERf'C1/E: TIP boycott opposition from the outstanding COMPLETE SET OFFER onAmerlca's
SPRINGFIELD. Mo. tCPI''- New Yolk 65. a non-profit NEW YORK (UPI>-Reglna majority of Negro aldermen
The Assemblies of God one of realth and medical insurance Resnik, a star of the Metropolitan Negro parents charged that most asked for premium tire
the younger but larger Pentecostal plan for people over 85 was Opera told the "Olrl Talk Chicago' school system which
denominations of theoild. formed two year ago. Insur- television show over ABC-TV restricts children to schools In v .r i' 41y -
.' recently celebrated 50( ance expert expected most that her favorite perfume had their neighborhood Is a form of r
years of operations at a contention calms would result from the no staying power "de facto' segregation They
here sicknesses and Infirmities of But It has now. She tikes protested that schools In Negro
The Assemblies of Ood '\\I ss old age One of the more recent three part of that perfume to nt'l.hbol'hoodl were overcrowded y
organized at a small contention claim paid to an elderly one part of another brand and and that their children had
ID Hot Springs Ark. April12: woman subscriber added a new the origins) fragrance I- to attend classes on a double
1914 Springfield has been its page to the record book however retained shift basis while classrooms In
i eadquarters since 1918.T At age 74. she broke her white schools a few blocks away r
leg while bowling SHOP IN WINTER HAVEN I.t'malnedvclnt. II

School Supt. Benjamin C
Willis released figures the day
after the first boycott revealingfor
the first time the racial
e composition of city schools.A .
t head count showed Negroes More than 50 yean of RACE TIRE eJpellence

% t,1 Slide comprised school SI student per cent of public It built Into this world-famous, hlgh-$p9d fire

.r eof Encouraging children to participate Speedway-proved for Turnpike Safety
In boycotu has produced i
a sharp conflict among a Firestone"500's"are built to endure the punishment of prolonged
politicians and private cltlEen driving at turnpike speeds. They're tested and proved at speed

Winter Haven Opponents Including six Negro faster than you'll ever drive.

aldermen to discourage formed the a second committee I t I, New SUP-R.TUF Rubber for Extra Mileage

boycott on grounds It teaches I, In city and cross-country tests, Firestone tires with SUP-R.TUFout
children to disobey the law wore other leading brands from 2,000 to 10,000 miles per tire

Supporters Including Lawrence .
Landry head of the boycott Super-weld Construction for Extra Safety

I e a C committee said the chlldrew Firestone's Inseparable"' bond Interlocks trie tread and cord body
r would learn more about and eliminates the danger of tire tread separation
freedom In one day of boycottIng failure
than they would through
The Specialized Job of Savings and Loan Associations the entire school year
Thomas R. Tyriell. an assistant NO MONEY ]
attorney for the board DOWNi
blamed boycotts for the 100 percent
Increase In assaults on NO TRADE-IN ,
teachers by students

John He echoed Lictenberg the complaints attorney for of ....._...._.,..-.... .z .._________ Tubeless ,lactwallsTsbsHts. Whllswsllsr
Local 1, Chicago Federation of SIn Price M Lsch I- Price ef Lech /IhP
flrsl 1 Tkes Tur first 1 Tires' Till'a
Teachers. AFL-CIO / _
who said 71rtesteea NO LIMIT GUARANTEE --
"You cant pull kids out of OO 1J s15.1s NO CHAlICE sn.is NO CHARGE
school and Into the streets have I Is honored by thousand and th"IJ sands of 6 40 tt 1,00 NO CHAlICE 1 NO CHARGE
them yell Insults and hold placards Firestone dealers and atone in the United States 14 11.4! NO CHARGL" 3519 NO CHARGL
and then expect them to and Canada wherever you travel j "fl !1. NO'CNARGL_ 11 10 NO CHARGEr
return to class the
next day and '
feel Isw-abldlng MON1HS i'1417.90 No CHARGE 4140 NO CHAAGLM
As pressure on the school : :C.,.sawwMi11", '"".::':.':: .w/M'w MYnryNnIrM1M" :' "''"/ "' 9 0( li 4Lro No6liAAGL' 41.s! No"HAaGL
board continued to mount i I"r Iwl.r.:=:::"...., '''' 1-M ,Oft'II_11"1 O/U 17 1.43 NO CHARGL 1x.14 NO NAAGL

I \ YizII member last August named a - -- 11015 14 NO CHAlICE 19.10_ NO CHARGE
five-man panel of nationally ::w..q.r.ww"eu.u. wrwr.a 1-.w. bs f' I. j. -----J 1.601! 17.10 NO MAIIQI 4J50 NO CHARGL.1.
known .. .. _.. ..
educator to submit a / /.. /- w.w w.. '_ -.. ._ 8014
plan to eliminate any iniquitiesIn 41,10 NO CHAIGIi.w.j. 414! NO CHAAG[

. ::::. :. the school system ..............\ A 1! 60 NO CHARGE 40,14 NO CHARGE
The committee led by Dr
Philip Hsuser. University of ALL TIRES MOUNTED FREE .Plua tax on 4 ttr.t..NO TRADE-IN NEEDEDI'

I 4 JtNIIfF Chicago March 11 sociologist that .! per reported cent of If you need only 1 or 2 tiros, Firestone Is still your best buy.

Pity public school are rscUllysegregated

: fff $lertejjfe? e s !

WASHINGTON < District of Columbia and the
border state of Delaware
Maryland and West Virginia 1 e 1 $ TRADE-IN
have desegregated all their public 5
schools college and universities ALLOWANCEfor

The border state of Ken for your old batttry
tuck)', Missouri and Oklahoma
have desegregated all public Only '
college but a few of their pub-
lie school: district remain

segregated Irrltontt I % .

That's the way we like to say it whenwe EARN each


can be helpful in planning the

4 % top fircsfoncDriChargedBATTERIES i

details of your mortgage loan. quality 100% nylon I

webbinf. Stainless your best buy

0. II MewSsC.AlAaahe tied buckle. Fits sera Trade now . get 'our generous allowance

: d ........ any cat Available! More your battery wales out. Dri-Charfod

FOR FULL UtUnca are always 1 100< % fresh They are
in beige
fray, ,
INFORMATIONDROP activate when invt.liled t in your car. You
IN AT blue, red and freen. let every minute of their long life.

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FRESHER ,',. ? Ice Cream . . 5 pkg;:. $1.
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I 'II ;R.ARKRT>R YOU'LL : Tangy Dole HawaiianPineapple

I flNDir Juice 3 cans:' $1.

Healthful Lady Betty Brand

1 Prune Juice 3 quart bat. sl.

WANtED % Delicious F fir P Bartlett
PREMSVM MEATS Pear Halves' 2
o dairy specials 0 0 con 39c

puBUX ; Bennetts (Limit 1 Please)
FI.ltch" ii'i Cm OilMargarine S iT;
l I-I Ib. t Mayonnaise quart
37c 39C
,'. chi. 0 jar
Ch. Dtliihr Dtllciout
Cheese Spread . . \:%: 59c Joan of Arc Tasty CutAsparagus

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m.M T .ty CrMnt 19c
. 10ton
Dinner Rolls 0
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Plu",,,... Dniih Sbctd F.F.V. May FeoturtQueens Flavorful Van Camp

Tilset Cheese . . tV: 49c Pork & Beans = *
Assortment 4
Plu",,... D,nl k Sllcctf ;= 2 9c cans 1.

Port Salut . . . . VkY; : 49c Sunshine New ThinKrispy Swift's Premium ConnedCorned
Wiic.n>in Chin. | Muenster . . . . . ?" 69c Crackers 16or.pkg.. Jlt Beef . 3 1 1$1.: .

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MAY 14, 15, 16, 1964 r r i .
i Clear Mints " 8V pk9f'k; 29

o frozen foods
ecfoicit procliice lane .
/k/. Eyer. H.../
3 ;Vtt' $'I. Tender Florida YcllowStrawberries
R .
H.Ifw.r Haua. St.thBell r
Peppers: VC: ; 59c + SWEET
IlK Uft InnAw* i .

Frozen Dinners ,"k 5: 39c ,PUBI,,,,,X .
M. AwMtcd Fro*.* __ CORN
Cream Pies . . . ',*.:.' 39cWith __
Ch.n. S.MC.t Pktt.Mr RfOiemOft Reconstituted
Asparagus . . . . :ft.;"!. 49cPlcttwt
lemon Juice . . 2i'55c 1 0
** Pr..ch-Cut (wild sr c,1) ears 4 9
Green Beans . . . I,;*,!' 39c MusMlman't, DeliciousIp7e I .
> Sauce . . 25 J jar' 2ft' Western Pink-Meat
0 frozen
oiMrii't F6P Solid Pock CaliforniaTomatoes; .
Quick ,..... # Cantaloupes . 3 for $1 .
Halibut Sieak . . "Jr-: : 59c Casa Lorn BrandSieIN.e'r . . 2Y221 Jj t Florida New Red Bliss

Breaded Quick Oysters Frutn . ';;?- B9c SfuFfedOlives 3 ,jars. :, $1. PotatoesFlorida . . 5 bag g 39c
All Assorted Flarorf Red Vine-Ripened
sin; :' ? hid. =Pd I H.tfc'SI.89 SegoDietDrink. 4 rt9. $1. Tomatoes.
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I pest shelf guard paper bug-proof plastic baggies bags room 59'I I fun soaky bath action chlorine bleach I fabdetergent liquid veldetergent

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I People Do the Craziest Things Candidates# Your-- Convenient

I i For Pat Collins Lady HypnotistNEW Nix Rallies \ EFGoodricb.; ; 251 B.F.AVE.GOODRICH A, S.W. STORE 293-6341

Candidates in Polk runoff
YORK ( UP1> A Mis* ullliis had about dosen writer who had volunteered, elections have decided theycIon't
champagne blonde hypnotist under her spell
pool) -including kept want
up an argument with the any more rallies
admitted at her New York debut ,stuns i tnr Jill Haworth pretty blonde entertainer all Since the first pries of rallies -
that she puts herself In a Oi' woman who had not vol- through the show He didn't didn't draw aa many people
trance even before she goes to untmcd I for the act was entranced want to believe he was hypno ti expected, the candidate who VBI Goodrich
work on her audience In her seat as she tiled even when she had him are still I'UlllltDrhave told mem- m
"Where do you think I get watc hid< the show Mill Collins talklnf to his own arm bers of the Democratic tiecu-
the Ruts to 10 out on stage' had )111'1 i walk around for a few ire told him In nut In th..l. live Committee that they don't
laughed pretty Pat Collins after mom lItl sellliu Imaginary- .Dec- and keep-It--there': rHe.'couldnt; : want \the additional rallies ten.tatively GALA
her first show at Manhattans nuts mid popcorn put It down She tensed his planned by the Com- .
Basin Street BaIt, In the course of her hour-long body until it was rigid and mittee.
She said that through self- act Miss Collins made her vol. stretched him between two Only a few hundred people
hypnosis she has arranged unteus shiver and swelter In chairs" She even told him he Mended moet of the rallies
things so that "every time I Imagined cold and heat They had lost his clothes In front of preceding the May 5 primaries :: CELEBRATIONTHURSDAY
hear my name Introduced over stiokid, Invisible birds on their the audience when some 30 county posts
the microphone It fills me with nni r, made funny faces and "I'm not naked" Henry In. were at take. l I II '
confidence win_lid like hal'f'flaiI'll, elated, "How can I be naked? The second primary la Tuesday -
The trick seems' to work Two May ze.Beside. .
i hi' audience roared. You couldn't have taken off all
minutes after her act began "Henry," a tall intellectual my clothes," Then he turned to the governor runoff
between ,.,,.
the audience "Am I naked?" Mayor seven la
he asked "I just don't comprehend of Jacksonville a-net'Mayor Robert ;
,', this whole scene" King High of Miami, three FRIDAY & SATURDAY
But when she touched his county and two district posts ,
are at stake.Kingswood.
forehead and told him to sleep
off he went "God, he'a deep," Sprott Jr. and
she said Wallace Storey are running for REFRESHMENTS WILL BE SERVED

A hotel employe state representative group 3.

Bat vinced Masterson.he was He Western even was signed con hero Thornhill In the tax and collector Hobson race Strain, J.B. EVERYONE IS INVITED COME IN & HELP CELEBRATE!

autographs face each other. And Paul
Vaughn and Earnest D. Dixon
The volunteers hunched over are competing for clerk of circuit REGISTER FOR FREE PRIZES.
as they played scenes from a court YOU'RE UNDH NO OBLIGATION

monster picture. One husky For constable In district 1,
Irishman did a fan dance after Al H, Young and Lonnle Mc -------
being told he was the star of Clelland are In the runoff,while
the show Fin La Rue. Ed Williams and Roacoe Thorn- ANNIVERSARY SPECIAL!
The success of any hypno hlll art In the runoff In the
tist's act., said Miss Collins later, district 3 constable race
comes because people like to see RUBBERBACKED. HENRY MANCINI!

other people do funny things, PUTS ACADEMY AWARD SONGS
especially when they don't
know they're being watched. CommunityWideCheck 12RCA Victor 33V4 rpm record
e Your choice
of itirto or monsurtl
I .
The candid camera Idea," she JII pekua Malhf 2tN K aerg DIt JIll e 12 popular
said, t AM II|ssr preuat attest sf songs
"Also my act. shows that peo Made on 1 lea to mess M eM. acteaet m AinrnvtNOW 00
ple have a lot more talent than B 1w II apse a set Meld ONtrHURIYI 1

they think they do;' said the ...VM CM .Mr tut nibber-UcM ftmr nt far on* Me, Perfect fir
entertainer, who has played Health of AgedSEAL bstkmM, hallway, sr altdMN. AvuUblt In 10 decorator colors. OFFER LIMITED ,,
many night spots In the west
coast, mainly In - -- -----
Hollywood. BEACH Calif (UPIt)-
She aald she became Interested Any aches and pains that may
in hypnosis about eight occur among the 10,000 senior
years ago when a doctor treated citizens at Rossmoor Leisure fUXIBLE JUMBO
COLLEGEWARDOR her with It. She has since helped World are being coded by the BASEBALL TIME IS cEREI! ICE CUM TRAYS
other doctors
as a professional U.S. Public Health Service
CAREERWARDAN hypnotist. It has been described as the Buy nowAf/ anniversary / 2
But she II emphaticallyagainst first study of the aged conduct.

OLIVETTI UNDERWOOD self-taught amateurs ed by a government agency on mill Urtls LHIM laiiasM . ."' _.... $'l e94 :....' torttfcrs
fiddling with an art that could a community-wide basis, Built to little Lsspit sptclficitiont
Delight favorite have serious White slum horsehide cow cemented to earl
your graduatewith psychological effects The $90 million community at 94c.t'U..tce
a spirited LETTERA 32, the for subjects Real training Seal Beach Is reputedly the na Uttte lasfii lit ,? -. $1.49
Is Important, she said tion's largest retirement colonyIt Made by HilltrwTi"Brsdsbjr, makers of Uw'tamoui Louisville Slugger Bill

most complete lightweight port "An>'body can pull a tooth was created In 1961 by ROM FIe,...* tlsvt '?"., .... ,.,-?, u'""?..?,.??.......?....? 1u.w"..---.i., _, ._.. $3.77 a '
able typewriter. Or thrill him or but that doesnt make him a W, Cortese, a California builder Pony 'lags tin ..finger mcdil'
her with a STUDIO, the"com dentist" who recently established the Top trim bather, talkie lined a SMC*aW nswu news
9 IUt HIM af
ar MM at a time
pact standard" with the features Rossmoor-Cortese Institute for -- ---
the Study of Retirement at the
and "feel" of standard office JMFI-.RSOH; AM '
A University of Southern California 16" SHARP PORTABLE TV
models. Both priced much lower COMPUTER with a grant of 14 million
than UPI A physical examination Is not AMAZING PRICE
you'd expect
Weather reports prepared 100 i required before purchase in the FLOOR MATS
e years ago by Thomas Jeffersonare i Seal Beach community but up- __
being fed Into a giant com* on moving each resident undergoea -
puter at the U S.Weather Records one to establish his .
Center here to predict; medical history as part of the A lop quality molded i '
everything from the "freeze> community plan of preventive MIdt of "kesvy-duty .. last front Mils 12\\
date" of grapefruit groves to> medicine. and ash 9994
'J the best time to turn on your The government a"encymalntalna Dltllllil. carpel tttturt and ribbed design 1.94 -
air conditioner. one doctor and three Stylti for front sod rear Heir Mill Ii''
It doesn't matter, however, coding clerks at the communl- Fill most cars AasnwurrAvsilsbli I AS
Mt *" 1 94 1.25 POt WEEK
( the Honeywell computer if the tys 1710000 medical renter to In l v.rlely of colors ; .
information was gathered by> code and transfer Information 93 NO DOWN PAYMENT
Jefferson or the latest "eye-In- from the resident" medical file
the-sky weather satellite; the Every subsequent treatment bn on
$ millions of reports It has o i confidentially coded and tent to
hand make It Dr. 8 Paul Ehrllchs
JUST JZ with Trade-in possible to accurately top floor
and up determine average I laboratory In the US, Public '.,ul.,Hit C.tU..with Out, biddy reception.ti areas
weather conditions and Health Service Hospital at San
probabilities Opec Wean for MM'MIMCrcvfefio Out-front sound

Florida Office the globe at nearly any spot on i Fianclsco At the hospital, the cards are / Built.In antenna with jack for external antenna

Supply punched and sent to the computer sent ii;_l 'i II',tack: in weak signal areas
service maintained at the t.ro'. I IS"Imtflertloi Easy to carry-lain it to kitchen, bedroom, patio
sell iprhg:
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University of California, Berkeley CMitnic Hf AYE
A, N.W. PHONE CY 3-3124 ,
where Dr Roil Stallonescoopeiates en wrm.p
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the embarked university.on a study Dr Stallones of cardiovascular Is .. 'I e69 SCREW DRIVER SIT

diseases 81.wmol .a194T- -" .

Specialsfor Dr Ehtllch, who Is Chief of ii': ; : ,
the Field and Training Station, : -'

. Heart Disease Control Program, _
"' May 14 15 16 1 1964 said"We: have two objects The 7.H/let feet Callen, C rt Comfortable yl I grips ara
Lg16 kfi RYsPECIAIS 'j. nut Is to define the factors influencing DOUBLES. THE COMFORT .. maosnau.fotrmuu: a Set dtfluoVt I SMortts
IlMlK b
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medical care utilization Mull,n I*Hit sal kiM diners and inetsl
In the senior adult This ;eefapwWdUwe 694 teaaell.saea. will tack
r concerns disease factors in the ts-enn tie awl Hite w --.w I IeI r t Blades IMflMtiltd ((0 Blck I*
age group; and personal fac fit hold until until, ob| ctt
tors, such as age sex and for- MUMefU
,. mer occupation as they tend to
,' influence the needs and formof
DELICIOUS VARIETY medical care best to be used
In this age" group RETREAD TIRES !
7-LAYER CAKES "The second Is to define the
factors which may predispose
the patient in the development Same tread design as new B.F.Goodrtch f/re*.

of new cardiovascular disease Genuine :
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disease, or strokes, and coro- bodies 94
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heart disease JJ.X
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Leisure World ha* the advan ESw5''
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which I II not confinedto
OLD FASHION DUTCH-APPLE ''f cardiovascular diseases Our
information will assist as a "s 1
baseline for study. of other praew.h ql ur-a"" ,.
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I Breakdown in AgricultureEnds Wall Street Chatter INEW

YORK (UPI) laterrulional newed deterioration in I", r

'Italian Miracle' Statistical BurtM fys cal ....Ith. preparatory I

the peak in stock price has resumption of Ire decline
mt vet bee tee*. Aay uses
Fewer and
ate 40 pound of meat a year '.'
In 1981 they accounted (01 4 8per
older farmer-a growing per In 1M3 he ate 77 pound ( m it adds. will be temporary The Aender Hamilton tttltute
cent of the
employed ,
c.etalle of them persons tint[ I moderate advises Investors t to r'
women- are Sugar consumption wa n
in agriculture Ten 'I'al' The advance of the lnohlUrl. lain stocks
prowfe itmajual to the task of pound "food quality or
a in
year per person
later they were to 26 6
feadbw MI induatrtalteed Italy 1953 and 55 pound in 19W 0)) average to a new' high Jtar maintain a cask reserve awmi ,"

And UMt what at the root Consumption went up from centThe fem llUon of auirul. Indicates that the roelet Irr further development "IInitltutt h,;
of the economic trouble thai 13 S pound to 33 pound for ular trend was largely 1 pe- note* that the r>', ." )
lure wa sharpest in the southern -
brought an abrupt end to the olive oil from 13 gallon to 11 t region of Apulia where i ,u>J I of consolidation and not a erratic and rather volatile be
Italian miracle" gallon for milk and from 143 forerunner of markedly Inner havlor of the market refit'
women accounted for 31
Aa Italian Industry boomed pound to 208 pound for fruit. In 1951 and for 41 poi cent percent price." the bureau Mid But It a confuted picture of nervju:

and employment grew the rising At the tame time, farm population In 1961 ay nMNe''r cautioned: aiainnt enpectmC a neat over the near term

: demand for ml npoweroall8t'd which was 8.Ml.000 (MIn > straight UM advance"
This did not that
'.tm""t. I
to The I'
wages go up. 19&1 went down to M7000
worker In the cotes and the <1.11 In 1961.Persona women were happy to work on Winslow Cohu & StetaM Myt NEW YORK UPI ,
the farm but simply that they i "some trader have undonMed
millions who migrated there -
Million Picture AuouiitAmi I"
over of I
year age
were left behind by the men I ly boon frightened out of the
from the countryside rather ,
who in 1951 accounted for 31.3 i Ira irpoited that n' I
suddenly found themselves bet who migrated to the cities market by the recent weakneai ,
per cent of the farmer and of member companies Iii istshow .
ter off than had Whenever they can women join It remain to be seen," the
they ever been .
peasants. were up to 426 per i d a five per r'nlll"' asdiMiii )I
In a country which until recently the exodus brokerage house add, "whether static from 1987 tin '",,,

had been very poor, a centOnly 13 1 per cent of Italy'stotal When the growth In food demand what now appear to be tynIhetic 1962 l riirrr had been R maul' ,s I
stable share of the workeis working force Is above 55 came Italian agriculturewas strength In a few volatile h'u line horn len to 195' r

additional purchasing power years. but the percentage looms completely unequipped to blue hips will come to inspire Iimlnniv i"'polls Indlrati t r,
went into more or better food. to 21 8 per cent In agriculture meet it and the country had to tr a broad hiding Interest In other ibl\ ..n Htii coin hi 1964 'i I
Italian agriculture just could The phenomenon Is especially resort to Import. Imports of i. Nt ti rNAn.r l Issues or will merely cautt re iHlt V, HI

not meet the demand The results marked in some area with a agricultural commodities In the -.--------- -

were rising domestic low birth air, such a* Llgurla first 11 months of 1963 outweighed . . .
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price. a wage-price spiral and |the Italian Rixieia' where export by 285 billion sp.ndng tow hours on Ins voter wing ..h..Of u"eS also welros.d ihonoo of-pats, t,"d "| oioclvd When Dollars Make Sense
massive food imports which upset 36.2 per cent of the rum manpower lire ($456 million) comparedwith .4 and son pi i.ol i. tool it .. '....1.. wh.. Hio teaching; it 4ono fro* .hool. Outdoor opp.> tti tro
the country balance of U above 55. a favorable balance of 43.5 harry. to bring along ,'I.nl, ., tad vhon .b...bp"n"chins.BoatPicnicking'
payment Women carry .ro\\'lnl.hare billion lire ((696 million) the

.....In.......19S3.......the.......average...........Italian...-.....of.-the.....-burden.....-.-of....tilling.-.-.-the....land.-... year There before is little that can be Rates

" ' ' ' '' '' done about It In the near future High

WINlEItHAVEN HAItBpUR Increase run by The productivity gradually government doing In hope the away long to With Most% Boating Families

with sharecropping and granting .
CON DO !MiN' 'wM
; Ht.UTiinn.iua sharecroppers special 40- Boating familiar hive varying opportunity to go athure lu ItMidt (rum a puking Ion Io..l
cJ1 year one per cent Interest loansto fields of interest Some enjoy; fish urckh their sea left If \ LUXURIOUS WATERFRONT APARTMENTS buy the land they work. ing..others lili water skiing boat stern' Ire inJudcd in he dCW,thin In addition lo three ilvan

: 1 & 2 Bedroom, 1 1,1/i, & 2 Baths Many expert. rememberingthe camping or cruising Many .... It almost nrtessiiv, After a few (ages. a picnic K the watcisklenlwayt ,
high and come quite Involved In rather' hours on the water' pulling, in for items more 'n'\I."I.'
cost little
; EXCLUSIVE FEATURES / COMPLETE RECREATION CENTER effectof ipeclalKed activities. such at akin lunch Is a weUumr change of lhere something' 1""Ullhr an

1 CON.DO.MIN.I.UM: DUO t TITLE POLICY TO EVERUPT. this postwar will help land much.reform doubt diving rock collecting or bird pace fur everyone i mccrncJBo ler itself that addt. a .n. Kh "I l at
wsuhmg lout almost .lIl boating motphere to any inning The
Guaranteed for December I IJ Ir enthusiasts t picnicking: : li made easier
Delivery have at l lent one thing wound of rippling water, or grnlly

Ittutiful furnished mpdtl) .,...", .nt"kptn awry day from 10 ..ffl..4 p.11I. fin' /0/sf.- --. Is common -- a love for picnics'Perh.ps of and portable more convtnwni. lighlweuhl with Ice the thesis UM breaking waves coupled with, a
cooling braze veto" (he ucnc for
one of the biggest reasons and diopowMe! plates and utensils .
PALISADE NJ tUPII-) -Palisades for this Is the a 'homing *-""-
ease with The lunch be
From and 145 mont can
j y 10,750 f1 While lumh: .it being prepared
Amusement Pak stalled which: boatmen can search out at borne and packed into the .ice
1 tilts A. Its 67th and find ideal picnic tats a few beach garnet will, iiimulate
Agtnti J. Lynd season with a new suet By chest where ri will slay fresh and
170 8250.000 attraction called Show In| to their 1 hosts. they can avoid tasty for hours Cleatinp up after the appetite )Badminton near are
Stlt trill, .
NW. (U. ( 1171) Phonti m ISM the often crowded easily carried on a boat and arcqiiktly
Boat Fun House It I ii-plared a punic arcs the picnic II simplified when
I Anorn.r.up.ra waterfront Condominium frtmtn( found at public and tel up m the punn. tnol.
utenult uned
a.v lopm.n1 0 y Irving Z. Manna Attaclttn fun house destroyed by fire lasty sides According the rvlnrude way Since throwaway waste receptacles are seldom A floating bfath hall can be a lot MR. JONES. .
arc -
,'at The! new one is a replica News of fun for young and old alike
Boating Service
of a Ml,slppt River boat perfect spot_ along a quiet finding shoreline a spots found garbage In these remote should pkme be A refreshing swim "before lumhli Wlii I ....4 many (for anything. I always

.Is usually no problem. bagged and dnpuwc, , of later. i hard to beat when" ll comes to pm).. lo borrow ii.) "'..., from tdi Awn.
tempting laay appetites Ism National link. Thai ,Ifit.rnt. riUs aroroitoiitolo I
Although some outhoarders! The "boat provides a convenient After an bout or so ashore the
particularly Ihoie with larger carryall for bulky equipmentsuch crew will be ready lo get bask on and Idly tan '..11111..... I la molinn
' 11P.lnVe",7Jlt"rlk.t"t1tou'can !boats, prefer to cook and eat at ice coolers ind charcoal the waist. at leant unnl titer' in I do my ..(.lir Ianling I Ikor.
When aboard. there Is much to be said grills The paraphernalia can .be ihedMy when" someone again sayi,
always rely on ourc in favor of picnicking athore loaded aboard the boat before "'lei. 1fI1." Moral of the tiory
BES'UYS U S Registered Phar When lunch time rolls around leaving home and unloaded right Bring along plenty of food when
most boatmen enjoy having the at the tile No need 10 drag heavy bum pkAlcifng'
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R, Prompt courte

;. out service Our to the Baltimore American
mm concern )it Oh Say Have You HeardTo where It war printed under the 1
your good health I title of The Bombardment of

Your (toa?) Anacreon in Heaven ? Fort Included Mcllenry I not" The that editor the poem also

A Pharmacist was Anscreon to be sung In Heaven to the tune of gjit IWIJIVATTIOIVlkJLi )

INSTANTSPRAYSTARCH AKRON Ohio i UPI) - The lyric we know today while
Goodyear researcher foundno
*(lt ring music to our national watching the niltlnh fleet bombard .
*vki tMM.Utat K. -h4 thtlpaitlcular
.t '"" tftfhem alas. U not aa all- Fort MrHenry. near Bal
eats in mind when 'HI AMIOILICAN:
American a* we might like It to timore
Rcq, HCz be It la English After Key returned to Baltimore he wrote hIS poem but the IIANJCAr.er.wn
meter Urd
wan prttn tly mad
M 4 9 Long before American began the captain of the VI'.AI'1 __.
5'a trviiijt: to sing "The Star SpanKled from which he had watched Die The Dili III'', .lad"i laiu'' '''d 1 ee n---swesa -Ray

: Bottle 100 5 gr. NOW. Banner without cracking bombardment took Key n poem ,11 id rOI i (h. n i x' in ti .u .

Ki .. their volcea English aortal I
drinkers were wrestling with
NeosynephrineNose the same tune in pub and

.; Drops Not only that It was composed
83 to praise a lona> Ite. 1.21 NOW creek poet who devoted his Me CHEVROLETmakes

and poetry to wine. women and
yang And the music till been
Dristan words paired with some rather ribald

t Tablets 6 9"1t1C Ooodyear The material music researchers to herald according production turningup to all types of quality trucks

). tie Now of a "Oreat Song of Amen
ci Ira record album was writtenIn
"'?" e 1770 by John Stafford Smith
at the request of the Anacreon
tic a social club In London The
Can club president Ralph ToroUn-
BIRDS EYE son wrote the words and the
$ 77
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Opener |
.: Anarrron history relate was
f DIAPERSPlastic a poet In Greece about 110 Belie
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Tin eons wa an Immediate I
PKG. of 12 hit In England and In time,
391'Shampoo reached the colonies where a
Rng4) terle of original lyric were i
.b written

$188 The song, with its original

lyric. remained a standard in Rr 0
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both England and America un

a: (Adrl.ae) 39 ill the War uf III).

,. In 1114 a lawyer namedanrU
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byFrench you earn $2 'lIh ,grown children Nu "to l Call *: take ver payment 103 tl.. ,
--- n nu Open beamed ceiling In 11-
: spare hour? Let AVON P'R 2-1307 1),18I 81 Auburnd.l. 33-1910 morning. Inl.m landed entrance hall and
: II unite, year old.
R if you hOW.Wrte .... iia.ow down Bt I, ,- M LOCAL SERVICE before 19 and after 30 p m Florida room Rot Irt. range Ineluded
,, In Winter Haven. CY I-HT 12-TF 511000 monthly P A
I ll-AFor I Unf. 1-11.
I Clutch, nr ( ) Rent Make offer on equity 1N-41U.
If P.O. Box 1395
I -- ((13)) Real Estate For SIltToday'
Cigarette Case -
call 682-4137 ,,. buS In Bi aw CY 14674 SAVE MONEY . SAVE TIME APARTMENTS DUPLEXEDI : I BEDROOM: 3 bath large family
I S-TF a bedroom. S40-WO to |.S ftup room built-In OX: kitchen all brick
Lighter, Walletat bom Beautifully landscaped
] STATION OfFRATOB Sth ,St, NW CY tTY W-TF Has city water and ...., but I*
.I'. bondable. sEmIs to $400(M CALL TODAY out.lde city No city laces) School
lurnl.h refer IDEAL for couple or family of ItBudiwm Buy bit tervlc to all achoole at front
,BSMAN required door 1300 Down 117.00 menu
roucrrrtp: : Writ Hun A 1417 % Newa-
CY 3-13WI
Full time year 7.:20 CY 4-2804 T.T I'BEDROOM. Tomorrow's Security aTFBEAUTIFUL
married over n Apply ,
JuJtt4J'ACOTTAGE North Oat In person only. SWIMMING POOLS AUTO SERVICEDODGE &- m, bath central
heat and air conditioning. COMto S-bedroomi. i-batha
( ) Articles For Sale Brigham and Den loon. 1140 00 ISO LAKEFRONT, 88 fruit treea
SHOP TRACTOR operator. ranch month. :2934169. 1-14 Beauty And Located on Lake Buffln 138000
grove tractor work Must SWIMMING POOL CONSTRUCTION :- ------ LUCILLE J KINO. Bartow UM422:

MO Cypress Garden. Road own transportation P.O. Box of fin furniture. Includxn and. REPAIR., Financing Authorlaad Factory Service O.eCh".U.r 2-BEDROOM home on Dundee Rd. 10-15
available W R. Helm. Can Fly mouth The BeachHere
Halne Clip phone 42H-476
piece\ aertlonal. refrigerator eral Contractor Call |36.00 a month. Phone. CY -aiJ07.
I A.M. 'til 7 P.M. Building Valiant
Open !!. 22 plueaa In all Take CY 3-M78' 27.May M FLOYD ROBERTS MOTORS U-14
paymrnta $4 (6 per week LM S21 Sixth St.. 8W ISJ-4101 - Trade In
1 month old W..h_ Fur ---
MAN 17.11. LARGE 1-bedroom noun at 1XM
KEEP ,our *emcman I. touch I Sates. 62 6th St. NW 17 Sheridan St f 12.M per week. 1111
with til (h* Hometown New b.ndtisg I 7.\1 Permanent a Inche of concrete $76 DownMove
.. him tho Wlnlar Han 30 to 50 In good health for -- --- and atl Beautiful marble finish,
I BEDROOM unf house for .
Daily Nw.-Chlef Special rat** POLISHER. SCRUBBER no painting. never need watr
I month |3.30 Call CY Hill now livery, counter sale, new Also light weight vacuum change. 14 Year In county. ley Realty Co 134 'lh Bt. ...at In today, start making
..TI'8rtftlt' house stock maintenance . :293-S788 11-13 Call anytime CY S-7HW>> NW. CY t-rm 12-11 payments of $76 per month
--- ---- - .r-
-- heavy hardware line. No -- CYPRESS POOLS UPHOLSTERING EX MODERN" 2-0,'droom duplex. Stove
.JIII Complete .
elwi In I and refrlxerator Jarage CloneIn
ence necessary Willing fabric .election,
16500 monthly 281 Aw D SfC :
Jewtlry learn & work. State BLAYLOCK /'Jul.r SERVICE SHOP. 214 Avenu. A. "Y S-42M: 7.TFt See Allen Dowd at Tract office
BE CY 1-2710 .
Day Night
tions In your own 3000 81 h St. NW MOVING STORAGETHREE --- 2424 West Central
May 21 BEDROOM unfurnldhed home.
111 Third Itre." BWH 10-TF
to . Box A.1419 % --- --- Kitchen equipped (10. BEASLEY It Is
Block South of Port Offle
New.- hlef. SALE Rent reconditioned REALTY CO. 134 tth St. NW. CY JOHN G. WOOD
QualIty Watch a4 l air conditioner and IVORY BROTHERS TREE SERVICE 1-2787 -TFNCNFXAKFR
Jewelry Repair r. r. ''o Icaup Tarma I MOVING COMPANY Lakefront BargainOwner & ASSOC.lnc.
T ($) House Trailers Bt. NVt 23-May 22 Local Long Di.tanceMoving TRIMMING CAVITY DEMOSS- INM'KNIHHUIAPARTMENT" : anxious for offer on tIllS Dnloers Rotifer
17.Ma,17 --- 4 Storage ING CABLING RE: SETTING. Winter Haven'. beet aelectlon I 3 bedroom 2 bath home White 2912517 Phone 293-9303
FOAM RUBBER Any aim Call Collect . 533-7645
? ; Complete Eros Eetlmatea.
ehape DISCOUNT R1CLS. Warehouse Olf.--8&rto. Air Baaa clean-up rooma kitchen equipped electric 10-12
land beach visible from
heat carafe 2231 Ave B. NW.
601 Ave
ANONYMOUS New' ., '. ) TRIM SHOP April 27 May tl CY f-9434 .
ALCOHOLIC or feed A. NW. CY 1-0611 S-TF 12-May 11 12-TF Florida and living roomi Eitrai
24-1447 Park 2400 Havendala :291-9276 __ HOUSE for sole by owner. J-Bed
5:15 P.M : --ai. include fireplace oven & Florida 1 Ae,
Tuesday : Small Travel Trailer 1-BEDROOM' conditioning' carpeted I room. room. bath
= / Health Dspsitm.ntIB caih for equity In 1962 60 x Painting Papering SWAP SHOP newly decorated walking range, dishwasher and air con wall to wall carpetingciutom
trailer Motley Rd Lake Alfred dlmance from downtown AdulU b60 clittonl Just for Florl I made drapf Large Kreened
WILL give equity In -' '" .. right porch Ideal for retired couple Call
: : l532 between I (10-6.00 Batea. S W. 2J3-227 13I -
( I ) Loans Up To $600 home mobile, cloae-ln home. Call for lot 293-4391 or lat. ..J :: pm.1-13 Repairing WE BUY BELL TRADE anything da living to let ui show you today I M3-SS2B after ( 00 p m. for appointment 1218WOW

------ of value. GOPHER HOLE: at S22.900v .
Magnavox Stero-Radlo combine SWAP SHOP US Hwy 11 Eagle I ((12)I ) For Rent, Furn.
coffee table m,>d..l. $19500 L J. McCOY . Quality work. LakL CY 1-3957 t-TF
Real Estate LoansOn (S.A) Moving & Storage weekdaye after 6'00 p.m. or man.hip faat clean mod rea_. > '. nllt11'iIJiI.; : e.
293-9833 1111 able Phone CY M6M US 4th
Improved property ---- -- -- etreet Jan.Phyl Village 17-TF' CAMP TRAILERSCAMP II..r I-BEDROOM SOS A... apartment a.. NIi Ground 17.TF 1J JeateiJtaJtc B! What A Buy !
1no For check
..: :' = COStS .Imply bring IMPERIAL MOVING ... STAMPS. . I [
d.e'! elgnatura
Prompt and efficient aenrlca MODERN
In your or legal description I room duplex Nice

we, alM m.ke 2nd mortgage all your moving neede.Irn.f 0 purpoiei. .....1. alo. pocket dating ALUMINUM I TRAILERS for rent or pole. yard, conveniently located town WARREN SECKEL, Realtor Drastically Reduced .
moat loam completed the earn* CY 1-419I for free Supply limited R erve your lake Adulti 881 Avt B. NW 1-TF .
day and confidential::: tool 1 Agenta for Atlaa Van 101.... ').>HI STAR Ava. PKEBS A NW Phone TF CY data now. Johneon Appllancea. $2.000 Spacious: S bedroom, 2
.. ..
all M atatea Highway 17 lake Alfred 172-1139 FURNISHED I room duplex 13
-- - -- tile bath home in SE section
AdulU No yell Excellent neighborhood
.Screen Encloeurea --- ----
Domestic Loan doubl. dre...r and mirror Awn,nxe .Window: Screen Carport* It-May IS CY MHOS or CY 1-8554 Walking distance to stores fc

SINCE: I'" ((6)) Special Services l
Car A M NW CY 4-M19 l dinette". chain. etc $100 up. DISCOUNT ALUMINUM SALES CO INC PRIVATE Dr.AH DOCK REAL ESTATE' Lake Alfred kitchen with loU of cabinets.
... Furniture Salea 62 "Let George Do ItAva Lovely 2-bedroom duplex New furniture 172-1&IJ 28-TF Air conditioned, fenced backyard I
.4- CUSTOM MADE DRAPES Bt. NW 711 Adulu No pet. 'III 00
ALTERATIONS Blind -------- A A: 6th St, 8W 2914594 (HABLEH IVFKHON PAINTER: month CY I'(713. 7.TF irrigation system Vt I
modern equipment Solo 1 MMMKH PLANTS ..lIa, 25 Job eatlmated or by the hour . block off of chain of lakes Only
((2)) Help Wanted NW, CY 1-76M Mr. Edna tftr fn 110' Careful work . Call CY 3-6818 BEDROOM apartment on lake. Lakeview $10,500 I
.. Ageratum Zinnia. 611 :20th St., 8W $6600 a month Including utllltlri. $16900 Good terms Owner
J6-M. .. Coxacinib and Salvla. TELEVISION REPAIRSCALL 1.14 Sierra Court Motel Hwy 17 North. Asbestos shingle home. Excel. leaving for North. Want Immediate .
W'8 at blnl.f; behind J II A 7TF
YOUNG MEN, fulfill your military ,. 13-11 -- lent condition. Wood floors, formal sale Let me show you
TV SERVICE - - 2-BEDROOM trailer $4000 a this today before you buy anything
obligation with only six .. JORDAN TV I dining room i room
clean .I.r with the month. 223 Ave L. NE. CY 1-2073: .
months active duty. Return for Television Service Luntre Electric: Shampooer 29M502 13-15 overlooking a lake on the Chain
For the Fa.te.t TV Service
$100 with -- - -- ----- -
service with local Marine ; per day .n"d'II : In The South with easement for your boat
Lu.tre John CHAIRS far rent Also 2-BEDROOM partially turn home Beasley Realty Co.
Reserve unit. Call 138-1911, All makes. Parts and 11.11 BAH Ureen StampsITI'' Ho.plt.l Bed, Crutch*. Walk near Like Alfred Only $60 Benley fishing and skiing in front of NW
Tampa for details maruhlp guaranteed No --- .r.,. Commode* Godfrey Rental. Really! Co 134 6th St. NW CY your home Lot la 100 x 155 ft au Itk St,
', mdltloned men'. work CY 1-2411 175 Ave A. NW 1C-TF 1-2787. 12-18
JuneM charge within 10 mile ,.rmi Not \>packaged See with many flowers and IS fruit CY -KM oW CY 32175MOteL

of Lake Alfred. you buy. All eliea and colon ROOFING 1-BEDROOM furnlihed houee on SthSt. trees. Owners have purchased
00 per ault, Arlene t Ave VACUUM CLEANERSPARTS .. Lake Ida No depoilt on utllltlea : FOR SALE
. ..6Itro Cunllnen Call 283-1284 12-14 property In Key West and very BY OWNERAir
WOMAN with car to make home to FR bath
21S5I condition 2-bedroom
houM .ur..,. Morning$ only Co II TF RESIDENTIAL . COMMERCIAL LAKEFRONT APARTMENT 2 anxious to sell This is a good CB home with den 1130000 down

Box 432. Ebb: ... Fla 8. 8A1.E: 1 utility trailer I I . INDUSTRIAL New A SERVICE for Kirby. Large airy room. and kitchen buy with $350 down and $73.96 Ills 00 monthly. 170 17th St. NE.
4 C.nMo ares at 1621 ItS 81 work A repair of all type Hoover Electrolux and all other. $8000 a month' ..l3I.Y; 1'037S.After per month Including taxes and CY 1-3097 TIT
For Information call CY 3-WS WAU3DORF ROOFING cO. Free k 1 00 p'mCY 1-TF
CURB.... GIRLS.. 'Exprlnc not nee Winter Haven Drafting Co 10-11 2020 Dundee Rd :213-1427 male. .PRE" t"b.Cu.u -- -- --- insurance This home is locat
Bud. Havendal
Dog N All typaa Commercial A 13(9) -- ----- - 16-May 14 CLEANER BLRVICB: : Phone FURNISHED 4 room apartment ed within 14 blocks of downtown
Blvd. 12-14 Residential drafting. :: Unwind electric fan I ft CY 1-03113: 4Jun. 1 440 W Orarwe St. Lak. Alfred. Today's BuyTomorrow'
Bat!.faction Guaranteed I .36" wide model 182 Ill volt Phone FR 2-132 Aim lights. water Winter Haven Call for an appointment
Drawn 00 13-1' furnlehed Adults only I-TFHINTtR
FORMER MARINES, receive hide CY new___160___.._2D3-S649____ __n____ PLASTERINGHARDKOTE SAWS SHARPENEDPHILLIPS to see. Security
four ((4)) days pay each month I ROOMS Downlown. Con".nt.nt.
Nice 17.00 week CY .1668. 2.TF(
for ODe week-end drill. Regular --
credits toward retirement, plus TO BUILD A PUNTER, tenor and .enteric, plaeter fOr SAW SHOP will aharpen HAM-NS PINES I Accent on Value
the added of BECUE OR PATIO' Call W. PRINTERSto new construction and repair work any kitchen knh'.. free NO one bedroom. air conditioned, all
earning power two lartman. CY 1-4IMI: H. R BROWN LIMIT NO STRINGS Ju.t electric IMPERIAL APARTMENTS I IZII tin M. NW CY HUll
week summer camp In California CY t-5321 bring them In. 14th A: Ave O. In 599 Ave H. SB 293-5297 13-17 ---I .,.., !
in August Call 138-1911, 7TF wood 1-12 S VILLAGE: OF '"",, W"r/rt
((6.A) Animals & 11 ON CHAIN Or LAKES New 4 ...._ ..
Tampa, for details APARTMENTS FOR PARTICU bedroom, I bath home .o' I I ... '
COMMERCE I I.AR BOWEN PEOPLE I. a. I bedraomi. Preened "porch' double carport, .
Jane ao dock WinS side Lake Glolae Hoor- -
MALE BOXER Stud Service North a-TF .r Road CY .740 CY 1-0652 1-1''' .'!.!\" "
J ; :
CY Regletered f-SMl town whit INDUSTRY ((10)) ArtcIesForSsl. ((10)) Articles For Sale FURNISHED apartment for rent. : /,.... 'I. .... 1

GOVERNMENT Near hoipltal Utilities furnlihedCY I '
Senior Personnel SecretaryLarge 1-6038 12-14 IDYLRIDGEVIEW

$ 1C'J'lPW; Get Acquainted GENTLEMEN Room. week -- -
CUP IS 00 at air conditioner from 113995 UI'| by OPEN HOUSE I
Industrial organizationhas POODLE: I I. M SCHNEIDER BHCbT Reaennabla Sierra Court Motel'.
SALON Phone :
immediate vacancy for for appointment 27 METAL 231 !rd Bt BW CY I-SMI: Sale Hwy 17 North. 7-TF HIM rated Here'e le see Lab.epperinniSy Elbert te Lutairn gel Ii.,

qualified secretary Proficientin 7-13 BEDROOM trailer Very reaaonable tlaallty .howe tkreagkeit thin t.bed-
&- 1.B.lh 1340 ft. .
-- ---- Mld.L.akri Mobile 14 ...... I bath hemp with rends
home o..rell.j j
shorthand, typing, and all ( To Or TradeWE Orchid Plants 1-Bath 110200 2-Batli ...
(7)) Buy tIdED REFr"1ERATORS . I Park Thornhlll. at Spirit Lake Rd port.. 1100 BQ ft. overall room &- noneese d raaga. re-
of :293-127 fnigerslse w.n I Sing
phases general office procedures Range Waahera . Dryer a-TF swalirarpe .
ai well as the abilityto Air Conditioner . Recondl I O-'ltDitS--- Out Havenoale Blvd turn right to I and deepen. Well t.wallann.eanr
be entrusted with confidential BUY uaed apillancea and tinned fully guaranteed Term Healthy growing plant . Will CYPRIAN ATABTMKNT 211 St, or Airport Rd. to lat paved r"' ,"I... be. n.e tklll anwi1ZeLtQ !

niture and we nell used I Ii evlni C, nw a 24.3l3, )'r"m UI.5 and UP. JOHNSON bloom on next growth I Furnlihad bedroom apartment. road on left or call
informaUon. Must have .. and furniture. Brooke APPLtAM Lake Alfred I "Ir conditioned. Clone to town cmltah'
minimum of high school education Furniture laSt Havendal ,- .$ & hone r3-1139 Nile 172ltMIITF I $2.75 Howard, CY 4-142. t-TF I CY S71I

with business or college --- ----- Up I I .. . I 37-May 21i e&fLteJ
training highly Excellent I pLT43l.tP00-1ffm:
preferred. and
WANTED TO BUY .. . C. J. Atkinson Nice large airy room. -
starting salary, working .ed girl bike CY "11630. Conveniently located In ldoo WARREN SECKEL. Realtor
conditions and fringe benefits Z2I Ave. J, SE CY 3.S135 Building Call CY 1-U69 or CY

Including insurance, retirement WILL TRADE all porcelain CHEVROLET SALES FAIR !i-dIll. -----TF . 2-Acm LAKEPIONThe. .IS.

vacation, holidays, etc. point electric atov and/or 1315 ROOM for rent In private home wink ' -- ---
Preferred age 25 to 33 refrigerator for help In .. with kitchen privilege IT will :'. ; ,
down will aell for board Reaeonable 134 AT*, B. NE: '
cvrati:3: .r
Reply to personnel Manager Call TODAY'S SPECIAL FOR FAMOUS Call KNAPP SHOES or call 293-0693. 13-15 Box A.1416 I I

P.O. Box 1115 TUCK HARRISON: FURNISHED room Reaaonabl
Is where the heart Es
((8)) Automotive CY ..3111 Near Thnftway and beach -
Bartow, Fla. 12-May 11 Separate entrance -- Kitchen prlrtl'ee large or small
1214I Parking S3S Ave J. NW I atop LooKix : grand
CY M171 t-TF s simple E
: I Call 24-1151 for appointment lo In-
COME SEE US Automatic elect. ,500'00 down' aj.ume F H A E 2 story colonial =
lit Zag Sewing machine
MEN . pomp rout. Part time EFFICIENCY apartment condltloned Loan l-Bedroom, Eicellent I
1164 model with pattern dirt lor ; rt".r. neigh = 4 bedrooms 2 baths E
TV Near Gate
Start a2 00 hour. Call CY a-luwi > I borhood |1U 00 monthly payment.S14.
atltchea Sew E
lou a m to S 00 a.m. 12-TF IN make fancy. button hole on buttons and beach Orbit Motel. 960 4th I I shaded by oaks ES
Sold for SIJtOO. now only I St:.:...NW CY.l-al7_ _ STI'NICE ; QUALITYTlROVGIlOtrr Ss
EXPERIENCED dry cleaner scaleto OUR NEWLOCATION payments of ".00 caih Call CY clean furnuhed garage WILL trade equlti In I- .droom. 1- 27SOO E
take over well e.l.bll.hed bu.l- -46/jI.. 11-11 mont Ideal for "ne or , bath home In SE *ecti,>n for a kit
nea. with little or no capital Call Also clean furnlahed In_good location Coil 293-4391 10-11 I
:291-4391 10-11 apartment Eieellrnt: .II apart'j | or |
FOLDING camping trailer with can- Coa-ln Call after I 30 p m I
vaa top Roomy. nice for outl..... Mm
EXPERIENCED Waltrea Moot be AT SIlO 00 ca.h CY I-&M4 or can be ---__ _______-_ n_ Tops ForRetirement E Small modem 1 bed.
neat Apply In pereon. Cheat teen at 1M3 Av.. E. 8W 1111BLACKEYE ".,....\'>"OOM riirnlalMHl. apartment I E room 1 bath Brick, Eon
Reataurant. 10* Ave. D. NW, 711
-- -- -- '
sin Lake Silver Drive Summer "t.
i iMS
401 6th Street S.W.We
= Escaped
IX a month Call CY MTTO or superbly land.

CHEVE1LE 4 DOOR SEDANStock II 50 ....h.1: Pea W*now pick You end shell pick. CY 1-1260. t-TF A charming borne neither = lot E

PART TIME have a large aelectlon 1328 ....h.1 Jullea Durr.1lt'8F.rm. too large or too am aU for I | HIGH ON A HILL $11000 =
IS mile Went of Bowling
BOTH NEW & Oreen County Line Rd. Phone. FR ((12-C) Mortgage Loans the retired couple This I

6-00 P.M. to 9:00: P.M. No. 269 in Stock Model No. 5369 1-2390. 11-. borne 1s only three yean or I IE

USED CARSSee old and II hi excellent con: / EE
Cool White I 155 H.P. 6 CyL Tinted COOL THC WHOLE HOUSE dition. The '
41' C>haunt fan 501 00. M" Ex I kitchen U especially

Salary, $50 Per Week Us bauM fan ITtOO. 12" LihauM fan I Mortgage Money large and cheerful, E luxuriously furnished E
I7S 00 L M Schneider Shoot Metal I
For the best deal In town Windshield but the two bedrooms
HI Srd St I W CY "' 211. 711 i I Costs Are Different I = 9 bedrooms and 1 batha E

Young men to deliver promotional Other iI I Florida room, living room I 5 A LOCATION OF SS

And All $222900Factory M WESTINGHOUSE rang for and vanity bath alto arc a ;
gifts.; Sales exper. PINCKNEYOLDSMOBILE ale whit. 17100. :294-1M4 after I .if your "home ouall nice aiM PRESTIGE AND |

Equippedr45 110 p m 11-lf It tieS for a 2yer. S*% E CONVENIENCE48.000 SE
lence helpful. Car needed
Interest rate loan without The m.MO total price of Your Idea of HOME

Must have RUM CY 41211 service charge this bom Include ia
neat appear. ((10-A) Boats & Motors any extra = yours May I help you EE
allOIIldD'011 benefit such
why' as a fenced
and locat it? E
ance ability to conduct from the saving

an intelligent inter Cometdoor 13 Aluminum Ft Low Star Two Cabin 4u HP Cruiser lob_AU more and more people irrigation and built in even 1 Can ELEANOR EE

MERCURY Wagon Deluse Air <.., Electric Motora 1 _...... etec- I are uun< our promot, and rang 1GLEH.IRT EEvriiifi
view.; See Mr. Nilsen at ......_
eluie trim, radio and incal ,".me with courteous mortgage ler = sad Sundays EE
aluo 114MOO Will ell f. r '11186 Head la cable" 4 wheel heavy duty )
Florida State EmploymentOffice : CM fInance Phone 2M-S744 I trailer Oood term CY MO! 114UAROE 1 e vices . no obligstioo LEIS BROS. CY 41IU E


I SPEEDOMETER: ?. par Cltatlm amity 7 boat$ HP 14 E.ft.... MORTGAGE CORP 124 Sixth St, P5WOpt 'IOn !
Bertie and
tween the hours 8:00 Compute I ;
a.m. I lIt: trailer Fully eqpod. .
.. J aernce. 0-.1 ( Netlft Cat
L 14* ItS Bt )
: than 10 ......... Lecea than bait -377 Magnolia :
CT 4-428 Zl1 ::
to 12:00: Noon and 1:00 I13t ... at Soil Kk 8t.. NW mam mrrri'ln
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4 00 p ... CY 1-2S20. CY um I CY.3..I.1. _!

to 5:00 Ittl CADILLAC air conditioned. t. i Eve. A BIB. WO 12135MT
p.m. p.m. wllent Hr... un 00, Take U R. CWoeb--';;;;LTlflP Evlnnid (10UAIIWI '" I i
motor Owner gomg D ; :
In trad. :24-3611 Nile CY 'Lllvrftt.u.r.: lG6U =
uis 1314ns.1 :lUtUmIUUlIIIUlmUlIIUUlUUllhPsgeTw.nty.Four $ $

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I *wr. N ACRES Small I
BP frame house barn, other buildmgs -
ON fi-nced, good pasture land
more land available Prtcad at
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new, ill cool homes in GAR CO. 31g 6(7 nE. , zsuaE6eo ) .PnCY

DEN GROVE Just t ball 2111004 x-Xtt ,c ,'ahI w SIR
> REnIEn EER .o o
mil East of Cypress Gardens. l T.EM TNNw KIKIN(';
feat., MEN..K4dr. 1v6MREADG
Graaa Atim4... .
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PHONE 293-2517 w

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Trade Itatto., take Attend. North Labs
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Lowery Propnw. I''II. I
B Needed At after' oo p m ': : l ) i i

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Once! Acres Land r1)) 95

Client has newly redecorated S Cleared Kin4 Fe.tum Si nd.te ln, I it'd If r I.i nthth retero
Approx. 300 feet 0
bedroom home In LAKE on !
Thornhill Rd 29% down j
WALES walking distance to
school Price 13000. $9.600 mtg Washington Window I

&: payments of $8333 per mo. 350 ACRES Excellent pasture
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Includes taxes & Ins. WANT land Price -
$ISO Acre 29
LOT FOR EQUITY or home In Down Good TermsVARNER By niE 0 WILSON nlcipal! civil rights legislation! ,
BUT THfrW WA6 I t L TEACH voo TO 1i1N(5IN( '! \ PLEASE ses
Winter Haven Anxious to trade. lulled Frets International supported by s majority of COMBS TO THIS NOBODY AT nr MAVBTMI PLAY TRICKS OH MfWC :I PONY NeAR / WMO'S AT

For further details, see . REALTY Realistic: contemplation of i whites will not do the job in (DOOR.ILL SNEAK POO ,' T WAS TWf >4 IT,,FATHWf' TUB POOR '
the friendly New York environment C') *iA OUT TME CICNIN : I /j
14 Cta St., NW CY I44S4 the civil rights problem now P V
Beasley Realty Co. 10-13 hovering over the nation turns I what chance is there that 2C' DOOR- r t

up a fact that should alarm all federal legislation will be ableto }
134 6th, St, NW Cy 3-2757Today' )
LAKE McLKOD, SOs appronlmata. concerned white and black accomplish more In s resent

ly aav "t\1"u1'1 landscaped North and South. ful. unfriendly South I
MMO KINO' The bleak answer to that Is,
Bartow 6134423 10.11 That fact Is that the problemof

BuyTomorrow' civil rights does not respond not much. ,, tot'

turn DOWN readily if at all to legislative I And if federal legislation falls
Security 135IW PER MONTH I i'
far short in the South of
YOUR CHOICE solutions, For example' in New .
AIM have houM trailer for Ml York City the capital city of achieving its objectives what : ,.. 1
cheap CY J-1S17 10-June S civil rights there hive been then' then of course will N /

I GET A LOT WHILE: YOU ARE threats and achievements of come the overwhelming politl ,
YOUNG 100 ft on paved road shocking civil disorder In his cal pressure of northern hile.and r $ M l 5 i]
140 feet deep orange and .had.
for the federal
trees "EDITOR'S NOTEBOOK" published -
Peace 7143199. 13-14 I in the Knight newips government to enforce in the
( t per., John S. Knight well South a federal law,

I And QuietMcleyaold. Legal' Advertising stated the situation, like this The South will be ridiculed! IJ

"The Irony of such rabble and condemned and, perhaps, J wv5
Its cities Invaded and occupiedby ( (
J rousing (by civil rights leaders '-
NOTICE ) is that New York has federal troops or mirihals arTl6AT'S I
t' An Amendment to Uu application And all of this will be
of Hundred Lakes Broadcasting done more to protect Negro job ap J J
I urtK,ration. Licensee of Radio Button rights. allure open housing, plsuded by northerners whose y
H81R, Winter Haven, Florida accommodationsand own stales and cities enact but
provide equal
Read .lfe then put which reducea the daytime powerrequested
this to your scamp the enforcement of civil 1 tiWI4tM
from 1 kw' lo MO Watts use buses to transport children I + ;
on your shoes and five me a war. tendered for mini lo the redral from segregated neighborhoods rights legislation A chilling ,
call to see this attractive t .ommunkatlona CommlMkm There Is chill for et"j
"n April 31IIiU.. than any other city in prospect<< a
bedroom IVb bath home on nice The original application request the country" i the North I too

corner lot. Has paneled Florida I inn; 1.aa kw designated of daytime for power a hearing on 140 New York has plenty of law. On April IT the National Asaoclstion -

Room, refrigerator, built.in be held on November' IS. 1MI, Moreover, the elected public I for the Advancement of et"I'M
oven and surface unit. Drape II" two now been re-acheduled to officials of New York City and Colored People (NAACP) complained -- --
heard .
on May M lSt.4 at the .
go too. If you appreciate a nice .nn.t-i of the Federal Communlcaii state are dedicated civil rights that state fair employment --' "

home, food neighborhood and Lommlaiion. Washington DC politicians, some of them because practices law had failed PWtJi6 loTIIiLStEN! NO OO 'T 'VE GOT TO STOp)1 NWE I 5.tvu

fine yard at a budget price, I let ';I n the To following determine I : muse he area. and they need the Negro bloc: ; to bring about any basic I .AJIT WEdNIDWNATW PRO L&M' LOSE ANV SATINli'I T

me show you this at only popuatlons which may be ei. vote Both state and city have change in the status of Negro MYSELF 1 ,|WHY PON'-T )> WKI&MT i ALTOGETHER) l
15500. ported to Sun or lose primarynervtce civil rights laws Theae are administered 1 labor In northern slates MDU taT 5olMPl.VDIeTING l DTUM1t'r7
from the proponed op.eratkma .
NAACP spokesman Herbert
of Buttons W81R and by sympathetic pub- was ?
"' 1 1.1I'! l'U:11Iedt4f.ute: WJB8 and the avallabUlty of lie servants i Hill labor secretary of the P. J ...

area her and primary_ul.llou.service beurh Until the problem of eivll! i assoclstion He old state fairtppo.ytpent 0

1 3 To determine the nature and rights plopped into UM. ,job ,- { comjnlasloni had/
SinfJWVfia.Tr-.TIO extent of the interference! If market or the home next door been timid, reluctant to act He dp7
that each of Ih. prapneala
warned that these attitudes
Realtor would cause to and receive from it was assumed that a great ,
WARREN SECKEL. each other and the Interference majority of New Yorkers aggressively must change, and fist '
U- thai each of the proposals would'wive .
This Is now especially Important
believed in shout
I from all other eliding
NUT HIi'll' : DOWN -' NO QUALIFYING standard broadcast stations the civil rights laws and their enforcement ." Hill added "as it be 1
Ta>' slampn on deed transfer arean and populatlona affected trr Au.,.... mortgage pay. thereby and the availability' of flint the next crisis In
mrala SM05 CY 98114. the: other primary service to the In this friendly IfgUUUve great
I area and population. affected and administrative environment American race relations will
by Interference from either of I "
be In the North
TAKE UP PAYMENTSNo the proposals New York Negroes still J
3 To determine whether the pro- feel themselves to be so deprived That Is fair warning to those -_. -- - --

down no qualifying poeed operation: of WBIR would and that naive citizens and politicking .
payment, they
put upon vw
tam objectionable Interference 1 v"r i I' Ewa VIAT WHIII N 0 'v a. P. l
on three-bedroom, 1 bath concrete to the ruiNing opermtluna of must undertake all sorts of angry statesmen who assert that enchantment J'AW'Ne u.'. ' A eAtORpr.vJe "" '" .. ''''' ,I'rSNe "",
block home. Built.In C.E. Stallone WTRL Bradentun. Florida means of self defense And of the pending civil a.enC eV7lAP ')''' '1\(. I SA" I" ', 1 } -. AfRK/N4TJR.

oven it range, large lot. Good and or WJBI any other De Land exiatlngtandard Florida this is what makes for more right bill will bring racial' N/M/

neighborhood Dear schools. Payments broadcaat atallona. alarm. J peace< to the United States It Mr '-
and, If ao, the nature and e.. but probably won't. I / -j
may r-
of $90.50 include insurance tent thereof. the ....... and If self Imposed date and mu

taxes, will drop approxl populations affected thereby.

mately 10% after qualifying for and mary the aervlce availability to loch of areae other and art--

homestead exemption Drive by 10deterrmmine: The Lighter Side j jay n '.

at 540 17th St.. NE then phone 4 I whether.of WJM the would pro- V

CY 3.3794 to see case.operation: . Interference r
InteriorIZIT to the 'Mining operation of DICK NEST: and our diplomats abroad nerd

Sistine. WMR Winter H....., UnIted Press InUrniUmil to understand our people," the

4BEDROOMSbathi. Small down 111 tandard Florida' or broadcaat any other "etatlona existing, WASHINGTON (V 1'1 ) The rongresmsn said in explaining tW4errM..

36th payment St. NW assume 213-0731 mortgage. 10-11 and If ao, the nature and et- People to People program his program .
tent thereof.affected the area and was created several years ago "By the same token Amerlrsns
population thereby
THIS ONE la ready to move Into or and the availability of other to promote better understandIng In all walks of Me
and start mowing grass
try your fishing luck at community primary aervlce to each areaa between ordinary American benefit Immensely' by first band -- - -- - -
pier I on Lake a e bedrooms and populatlonaTo citizens and their contact with America's 1 ,
3 bath SI* MO Chum oJ FroemkeSCHOENTHALER 5 determine In the light of counterpart ; '. t'r: ( MMWto f ,';Nf fNOW, niu'Al AIII I At N., i erAS lCMt;; 09nl J
Section amb) of the rommunl- in other linda sentabves overseas :
a CO .4IJJ r "WI) to1Ate MJwet t'M '.. AI" Wultll( r rIII/ .ill" A
Eves. ft Wk.nd.31)-611 11-14 catlona. which'Act of of the IM4 propoaala u amended would If you think this is a laudable His plan la lo have 1 certain ...., H'. t. I "/" ( UN& BACK TNt ruMIINGj MAP ILN 0.u/ tjllr.7AnI'AIt I IHiN\!.

1100 DOWN better provide a fair efficient endeavor, as I do then you number of U I Foreign Service '\ IIIv rM AS' to (.H' / (4' i4': '' A ;l A MAI Hf AT'<( \ rll'f"' 6UAY'
Chain of Lakes CB Homes .' and .equitable. distribution of radio might want to join me M aalulng officers spend a year in the I rtes Am : 'M1: ," 'ire\ P' r '. K.fAltMT. X lVednesd t ... IItIA"lIlAilt )

Caarles McComlc..H4I, Reg Broker determine errlceTo In the light of a similar program that has United States where the peo I 6' h5"A A ; >f :. It ,. I tit i. 1 A eat LRIM SUtfet''

S-June 1 the evidence adduced pursuant just been proposed by Rep pta .the in the cities, on the ',tji* ". I' 1'01.I'.I.
to the foregone laauea ..... Fred Schwengel R Iowa farms In the suburbs and! S'l5flJL\'V| ..,! Twrnq.'I0-Si'US'i' ,
slim DOWN. $43 per math "Newtyd.eonted If either. of the. applicationsetk < : ( I
S bedroom horn' w4h he panted Schwengrl plan !la designedto mall towns of America '
ace... to chain of lakes LEONA May 6 7 Il., 13, 1064 promote better understand They need to know the % >s ; .it 4
\ ,
REAL ESTATE CY S-0117 lug between the American American pmple first Band nut
3-34< I-" o TNt: cot HIT JlDOItS pie and the U S State Department la WanMaujton which la t tight l' \. I II

IOIBT tOt It 1TY AID FLOBIDAN FOB FOLK little world of Its own" !>. i2

RE kWTATE: OF "OUr foreign policy makers .aid.. : rit I '

REALTOR HOMER T HARLK.Oeceaeed I tlMBk that la a splendid /n ;.

T.. All Creditor and Penona Havnt Legal' AdvertisinglIIeII idea only 1 disagree wrth' one F .. / , tl\
IlArJUI Cia I.. or Demands Again DOiMSeawtfl.ai. '"

WEEK Said Y"u Estate....1t..11 of you. are herst . ?. Cndtt.e.In would have theiiptomaU _..dx -
.t notified to nie In dupttcata alllalms live In college com - -
.and demands which yw THK tot sty 41 SlOE'stot .. .
r would .
BT II MB rvLKt munittes they - -
ha against the estateof HomerT AU .. ,; .: ----r ul
r ,. .
fMlkinA e'dd a 'tiee"
Harie deceased. M the office tolxty leach .!..*.. lecture lo faculty ( '
_. OaualyJudge IN" RE "TATK! or / % .f5w'' I 'Ny' AM'J f ANAOALN'Nd'105''
Richard A a with bus! .
f Own JOSEPH CHIVKM; BBOWNPeceaatrt groups and meet ?iwl 1 0"10 I IJ"IIJ'H ., "ii,
offal la the
/I"u.e" at at Barlow his Florida. wtthMi .profeMwnal. farm and 'i MICA All",' rwl' +I', 11I1 r"Y5IY >t
To All OeeHtars and Persons Hat n 'U
months from April XXM4 'labor "
calendar "
groups .
UMT ClaMka or Be main ds Agamstaid
I which to the date of tile first would be ., -
Lan Bstale I tbtak. It mort ; ;rj.J' :
of lies notice -
l;elm ibiicaUMi is demand must be In wrtl- You and earn "f eve ... herobp wonhwMk If the diplomats ae .. ', ""
_.... !
ABOVE UPTO 'Ira must state the plan, address of restvrvre of- crow. W Ie_III._In tie depikwte which y.m all '...Uy lived In the homes of I ; .

and post offles be non to and have agajae uWCklvera Mate of JweN American families That la the q Ica
claimant ,
MORE IM'ti4- the hint be Wed as ........1<1. or .... Brown dsresjaedoiriee hh Met way lo get to how the 1 : *
of RecHard A I ICeasMir a.-
aam will became lust hand
A BETTER HOME 1o.ee B MarietUentrti Judga. at Ma sMU-e M the Aawrkaa people
/ Carr Hum at Barto Ffcartdawtttsa. It the objectives of the program .
REALTOR ate .sr mama ham I'
THRU A rss n /
C Wrf I
Harry May C l.4 wbieh |Ie tilt date of arc pretvated properly f -..
p O Havwa. Fla. tile rams ws4hnMU a tall mule..a1 am sure there art a number of .
efcun ar dimaad mom be.ruing w who would -
Us ibe
any for Steaentra may Salo tilt ,..... ., AawrtcM :.
BY. 0 >lerraa EBaBedroom flora April a. as Mar .. SE i *4 .......... sal Pre .....e ...... make their spare bedrooms - -----
.. of tile ti..ss.l oem M genes in I1! :
u I.
relied. beat built'in ai liawee MITES or IITMITIOI! TO svsiltVU lo drfteMnats oJ
NSO OB and BABE all same w f.d All dereeaew 1iIaIiit. .
roll --.1 4.WTI.B' ICtlTIOtn hewl..ad ..r
assume mortgage *< sal
IJoI. Wadeengine' .. Tbsy -- -
try t-r.'tl uttde....- eorperatMw
'- .... aeR el tile of the family, rather '. . 1 "
the :r I pmt I _35 A 7f ".1. s gA Py Y If '"
NEW KOlla8Y Cori CamM7.ptzromal ft r ; We ....R'evRJ
Circuit dtaPdb P.Swpte (B*. is> treated M pasta PA561 tn 1rl

aLLI. LIEF oUn"1Uf" : RENT La..... dbrMr Act of Nt_t f- lea Ise.....7ir015Arinewy .. could M them wart .the .ah*. ,I ;adr4.'__. .I Ale"'" 4 Arsr .. ,1'e SA w R ,r

: oil UNPURNRWED ... d. by "; actor supper awl. boby.... M the W'
lUG Rifle Range = roTnoTS. A ntlml ; May 4. II 111 s.d IT 3154LSOAL _( pn + .. .
Jaw I Uwe b> ......|.. and maw the 'law MTkor
flctNkMS aaJM
glsmt' ''re Ike .
under wbMSl H Mngag ---- -- "-.J A
wit OMsVFI-A .
.. l.
NORTH BAST near Lake Martha business latsjlad nl .. -
tatlet and > d is 50151Pemu BMfjrt be Bone latm
Bedronsa l-batli btrn O, JnJw.
sad A.e.m '
Let01st 4>d turret Ie a...e.a t M of t.
shower ruoea dlaffVniny aa M frequent-
a utility ,.. PLrela *
Hi "
Ed. SJMl f taaMl Pod. i I
Wt =
"rage Fwaced rtrtCytnt ..' t UN T0ZN TA6IgEaOIa f aaMiatai= (:.nmws I, the case wkM bath p.,....

Bum I-, yaara- n 1o.r111a1e QsjaBSnsto UK. w.......... DC atin m w ........ speak ruMsfi. But should be
=mask C9' ..r : *a" J.15L .eu.pee to ,II 164 Rs..Au.pb. maw L ........ to carry ... csaeasial C teals

PrneMien l .. ...lr Ha... YLni 11II..141I8, ..
mat with eakj r..mn>Ms*.a an *u- I as seined that, asMrw
( Wanted LiftingsKtfcP _
(13-B) cart M5. tee reaoot 'o o
=:r. d muses of aid ;fiVnraiSHUT: .4kg.| put M. 'CSCB Sad* "
MIAEPP 5. M. L P.e.e F1S e* would. bes.M from suck eota : Ir
: THOU: RENTAIJ 0"C't' aTALOOMPSi"fcTfi Amuse saw a 51 1 Mr vttk. saver W t" and the eouairjr as s c
.St n.orll 8 215 1$5 a. lla.meim lIT FaasanMar
PIED Jst iwmFn "
..mHe JS4gll3aXHOINTMAUUI r 0 es mse ew- bole would. profit mlgbtrfy I

*. ro lira u: 4 May Water.. lUewn 11 > J IT*UM 4 H II 1M4

t 1d

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.WWever....ewr TejMeftMe ywr letxhsi Me***.,mwbe we con. Sale Days
MUM you thet they wl bfwtg you
"Eottng Met your Pleowre.family"Why the ?trtmott.in May 14.15.16
our beef I it lelected by
bvyers. Only three out of ten
choke iteeri meet our selectors
rigid specification.Proper 09100 BOUGHT RITE I
and expert trimming finally give IGA..hat..imtnurf Mi own beef buyert*.boil
you a cut of TobMite+ Meet thai e> ...e.nt.n M rh.Mddl.w.N to Mwn ay
you will be proud to serve . Ned{ .aft heelM..IOA.Foal. Sirni Tw era M
for r.1 l"haiIo ig f l tur when. roa NRV s shah
"Eating Plemurel"a tooil thai n lOA ToWtUri
tnrf quarter TobltRrte.,Lei prep4f Deed
under natural rafngtraKon Thn aiwrti you alIht
AflMl flavor:and bf cull*ol are guoronlttdtndtr
eve ry po U n d of "w.ry.M."

M e loo becaute every cut n table trunmedenceu :.
fat and bone,'i removed before"gKingHI
|Wtl belter value

TABLE U.S.D.A.RITE I MEAT is a pound of :

Western Choice Heavy Beef 4r EATING PLEASURE I IOnly

the best Choice Beef of the West ;5
Is selected for I.G.A. Food Stores and "*.
stamped TABLERITE . Your assurance of fine "
quality, Natural flavor and tenderness. ,

L/LChuck I\ 5 ;

I' Roosl.b.Tabl.rite I / Y

U.S.D.A. Choice . this juicy, ,,
full flavored round steak is a real family
treat . .


.b, Honey Glazed

Round 1 jr'I aM

1e. 4 CAN $399I'
pV\ Slenk

F Cube Steak. 3S
........... LL

T-Bone Steak. 991
....... LI.

. Ib. Sirloin Steak........ LI.891

TABLERITE FRESH Top Round Steak LI.891

Ground Beef...... 3139 K .

Sirloin Tip Roast . 99" Boneless Rump Roast I- 89 : e *.... .

Pork Tenderloins. . elb.. 79" Table King Sliced Bacon i i

Daisy Cheese . e e e e 49" Mb. pkg. 49 2-lb. pkg. 93" :S TENDERNESS ft.lps N.fur.l .'J...ors.'::0 :o
when "oJ
FLA m..f i.eftoic. .or9r. 'rlijet.,
VO--. . .o

I.G.A.FOODi.iHER HUGHES Only lit fr"e do ,,,., 0
| c.ire line"Lr.r:;It.f beedo .. .
QUALITY . pcf.dl.b..,.0 0
I G A. ... .o
B1 for U.S.and..filt.... hor ,It.,.I. 0

5th St. & Cypress Gardens Rd. Rifle Range Road a....Priced! Right ot""i.G beer_ !o

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