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Title: Winter Haven Daily News-Chief
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Language: English
Publisher: Winter Haven Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Winter Haven, Fla.
Publication Date: May 14, 1964
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Polk -- Winter Haven
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Winter Haven City has broken off diplomat.

Board of Adjustment approvedfive ic relations with Cuba, Increasing
petitions today after hearings the likelihood ol effective

on variances and special ; : Inter American action against

approvals, but denied one request Fidel Caitro'i Communist re-
for a variance in the 'i[ :: lime

requirements for parking j Only four of the 20 Latin

SENIORS SIGN UP-Saturday Is Senior Workday for Wint.r Haven High School One petition for a new American nations still are officially i-

seniors end th... girls ar. signing up for som. of the few remaining jobi. The girls are, building to house a groceryon f'ft' on good terms with the

Ii, from left, Cindy McDonald, Trudie Edit, Sherry Murrell, and Judy Smith. Anyone having a site where a grocery
jobs to give the seniors on Saturday may do so by calling FR 21334. Proceeds go to e once stood, was rejected when t. I I \ Mexico and Uruguay
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scholarship fund. the board's attorney ruled that ," . The foreign ministry announcing
'.' the break with Castro-
of retoning. !
the
question was one "
,............ ;: .1" Ism Wednesday said this country

The biggest project Involvedin can no longer tolerate Cu.
Kerr Elected Board ba's Interference in the Internal
MeetingIs today'a decisions by the aff.iraf BraziL"'Clltro'
board was construction of an
government b a I
addition to the south end of been relations with Bra-
using
President Of North Gate Shopping Center, !Iii ill particularly In recent

HarmoniousThe an expansion required because months -to cover the propaganda -
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Belk Undxey Is moving to that activity of Ms agents "a

BoardA Polk County School site from board downtown.The was asked to PRESENTS MEMORIAL FUND PLAQUE-C H. Ortt, right, principal of Winter Haven foreign. ministry communiquesaid.
j Pops Senior High School, presented plaque to the student behalf of
Board moved through a long grant a variance In the setback a yesterday body en "The regular dialoguewas
agenda yesterday afternoon In off Ave. L A 50 foot setback Its efforts In establishing and< importing the Winter Haven Memorial Fund In Memory bring replaced by an Inadmissible .

Winter Haven businessman complete harmony, an controversial li required under city of David Brengle' a graduate. Shown accepting for the student body Is Bob Hollmeyer, understanding with

was named president of the subjects apparentlyfiled ordinances, and the board student council president _____ ____ minority groups . Incompatible
I Winter Haven Pops Orchestra away for the time beingat agreed to allow a variance so with the traditional Christian
I Board of DIrectors during the least. the setback need only be 40 and democratic conviction

I annual meeting of the Board Mrs Dora Cox Phillips who FBI Adds Winter Haven of our people"
this week. unsuccessful last week In her feet.The addition will contain ConvictTo The break had been expectedever

John Kerr who served a* bid for reelection congratulated two stores the S 11 Green since anti-Communist gentrala -

president In 1961 ws* again the chairman, Austin TRace Stamp outlet and Jordan TV and governors Joined
f elected for the 1964-69 fiscal Jr., fellow member forces to oust leftist President
which will move from preaent
year.Bobby Ralph Durrance Superintendent locations to make room for Its 10 Most Wanted' ListThe Jose Gnulart early last month.
A. Webb was chosen Shelley Boone. and the Bclk.Undsey The diplomatic break by Lat
vice president; Charles Dexter, man who beat her Seth in America's longest nation represented .
Markets, thlchowts
secretary; and Raymond Johns, Keel. Race and Boone Public Super and FBI today put on Its "Ten commit murder In the second ed by his associates a* very an (Important shift &lathe

treasurer.The jenornlo ted in the thf shopping. center ..", Moat\ Wanted Ust" an escaped degree. and In February, 1947.He anUttnktlc." the FBI said to.stay. Inter American U I a s g P
outgoing president Mrs. and Durrance was submitted the .petluII. Fhtrraa." con'It111'ho tike portrjr was rl'CIYut.t!: the Florid < B*"use of his unpredict egalnet Castro Fader" Goulartand
Culver O. Spencer Sr., thankedthe agreed to provide easy access .*.sts at canto and ao-
Idly\ renamed, since! he had Mate PenltwtWy! it Ballad, ablediaositien, his friends'ar* his predecessor, Jan I toQuadras
officers and board members opposition. and !Ingress off Ave L, ..nd'allO .. '.uk'women with I halchetheVied to begin serftng his 10-year sen. reportedly l afraid to be around Brsill's "hands off"pulley

for their assistance and McKeel offered his agreed to a change in ita to kill\ hi. girl 1 friend ten** at hard, labor him As a retttlt, be usually often prevented firm inter

cooperation during her term of tion from the board of plans to allow the city five In Winter Haven in 19MH \ "This fugitive" ii reported to travels along American action a g a I n t

office tees, effective more feet along Ave L which I I. Chester Coltm, 50 a have a vfefcM and uncontrol Collin* hat a long prison tie, Caatroit: subversion
The orchestra I* currently will be widened this summer Negro described a* "extremely
table temper especially when ord dating bark
to 132 when
and the school board -
'n
rehearsal for a concert to First Federal Savings and dangerous" lie has been drinking and has been destrlb
It (Continued On Page I, Col! 4)
be held at Nora Mayo HaU on Loan Association had submitted hunted by police since June 'It.

Tuesday, May 26. Merrill Grafton of approved the request for permissionto 19oT, when be escaped from a High And Burns
This concert Haven was appointed to .
gain be under
proj tear down a building on state prison camp al Fort Pierce Ike
the direction of Cbrl.tI.nKlncb ceed the late John Calvin NeutralIn
and will feature twoQull.t. the junior college . to re- First St. SE which was a grocery where he was serving a in Stays
S Co!. doted for year sentence for a hatchet u
been
2) but has
Luella .
Dennis and Melody committee Grafton 1 I. /
several and replaceIt cult\ In Winter Haven Debate TodayMIAMI
ROil and Patty Tripp on vice president of State ninths
the harp. They will play two Mutual Insurance with a new building, also to Collin. la being sought by the GOP Campaign
FBI on the basis of a federalwarrant
selections. house
a
And the board voted to grocery
ol Issued Aug. 12 157, ai, (UPD-Miyor Robert
W. E Coker. president -
appoint J. C. Johnston to King High, reiterating his demand
The orchestra string will said his firm West Palm Beach charging him
perform "The Little Night committee for an First Federal, with unlawful Interstate flight HAKRMU'HG, Pa, (upr).- ton could be beaten with the that llaydon Burns dla-
Music" by Mozart. three years Board policy has an offer for the site U to avoid confinement after conviction Former President height' D "r'fhl: combination" of platform close his personal finances,

In what promises to be one waived in making the Will the city approve the establishment for the crime to attempted HMnhower today proclaimed and candidate prepared to debate the Jacksonville
of the orchestra's outstanding pointment. of a grocery on the murder his strict neutrality in the HepuMiclan 'ummlnf up hi* petition, the candidate at Tampa todayIn

programs, other numbers will Both appointments will\ site. This vicious presidential race and former chief eicotrtlve said: t third gubernatorial runoff
Included the first and fourth to be approved by the City Attorney Peter Kalo- was arrested by prison the Winter escapee Haven said he wcwM not try to "dic "I Just know whoever I I. nom- "confrontation"
movement from "Perr Gynt Board of Education.The 15 grids ruled that the board Police Department DecI lal." a chotc for IM parly1 Ina ted I am getng IB rapport. After what his sides termed"a

Suite No 2," by Edvard Grieg, board moved alone did not have the authority to IV*, following bit brutal on attack nom In.lion. And 1 dfJrWI'" t* be-afur rl'lilood d.," stumping la
"The Barber of Seville" overture Its building program . rule on the question whichhe with a ruor..h.rp hatcheton Returning to PMMyvaaiaafter | all, 1 am sa .pvlltI.I.-1 Orlando In populous Orange

by Rossini and "Finlandla" lug contracts for additions School said was one of rezoning his girl friend and a five-month winter ty fcauld not be In the position I County Wednesday, High flew
by Sibelius. two schools In Auburtidsle Haven "The Zoning Code does not an uneu In California the getters) geld bark to WI.mll.t. Wednesday
porting female school teacher. Pa-llas
There I Is II would b. "neither' """"_1
never any charge the re-creation of a
The additions will tIf' to begin on permit who was In her night
for a Pop Orchestra concert. he said. company nor WIM" 10 pick a eeMaie. do. I am luting to support It
Vl h Klemeitsry: and nonconforming use morning
July He possible
planned t
Following a quarrel with .his.
"and ((poet all the .
The organization I* dedicated to a KopuMiean In its del/ lon* anddowhaievcr'
wss scheduled
Elementary Tnw The original
Ave grocery conference and
Its motto which appear'son each summer Inasmuchas girl friend at a dance the pre *, just like a herd of **e4Ip I ean-l can't do>> Very much." press
war Ellis Construction Co announced conforming use seme taping sessions at local
vtout evening, Collins to run that
was ejected way .
of Its "To spread the When queried If newsmen on
program Tampa at $171. :?3 for the it was located in a residential from the television station before flying
dance *
hall but before A an Imprompty
enjoyment of good music. now* conference reports of COP plan for Ma
projects) will\ ton However having leaving wore he would kill held a he alt it Tampa for the scheduled I
*.** |*a ranging been closed more than W the woman and her f. ,ab from the private railroad ear "DoM iMitotaMp ear-- p m. appearance on the tlnlvtr-
4 through days, the alto loses Its status which \had city of South Florida campu
companions At about lam carried blip from tie ily mean putting your finger on
Concedes But aa a conforming use the following day, he broke Into west cast, iMnhowerpled the actual p Ison." Further with Burn
Kelly
program Appro\ ..d were petitions of the women's residence and commenced auppori to the rhrte of the dashing the /Swipes of varlou Their debate I Is scheduled to

I 3).a one of the following Lee Williams .his. bloody hatchet asSault GOP national I convention r* (.,)P faction which had hoped be carried live over one Tampa

*. They for a special. approval to open |c< ted aporiiUtlon he would b rrr his support, he saint: "I 1, television station WFLA( ) and

To Stay In Politics : make-up a bar In the former Sparta Collins<<: pleaded guilty to a one part of' any "sU' $ mov*. I"", no moan, believe it I II prop taped for r* broadcast tonight

; course (Continued On Page 5, Cal I) charge of assault with Intent to men!" and said: President. Jdm- r for..me to Myth** I* the man over another station WTVT).
'* per. and' expect all Rspubgesaejwt J Hlgo old he "..III challenge
TALLAHASSEE (UP i i State It clear he is not retiring and Burn to reveal his
en. I ke a herd of sheep lo rwi that t once more
Sen Scott Kelly of Lakeland politics. are erfie Mi ewi < ay . lint donl tick 'that Income la* payments and the
I third man In the first primary Kelly told a news i fie i I. iilwr wise or ".elleal." source of all Ma I are m."

ampaign for governor, conceded here that he will accept win be t l Isetslnow.r has been de- during the Tampa meeting
his defeat today but made decision of the State .... on of I' itwtf as the only Republican The 4ayarokl, diminutive

Board which declared In ho ran W" ttte **',. Of U. 1. Miami mayor made that same
Mayor Robert King High not be ..n Harry GeMwalar of Arl1111I. demand Wednesday la Orlando

U. S. Denies Miami had outpolled Kelly In grade front runner ff tMaomoa'ion wbn he and Bums spoke it a
runoff with Mayor H ay of j jr at the convention Rotary luncheon Later High

Burns"We of will Jacksonville not! to ., a __ tt, l ng, July U b* fen Francisco. called for a steady series of
go 0i ''INo'.ldalllt'l..1qJr"nm'
to the direct debates with Burns, rightup
Kelly saidWith II a "silly MM of
Cuban AttackWASHINGTON he or vr to the May 26 runoff
Ida pretty wife thing"
win UtIle that was new came out
by his *side Kelly walked "I H. twli
** hriptafl thai OM c
r or not of the face-to-face\ meeting, theatcond
(UPI) The the new conference' room 'an party, the m\n\ Utmt
I promoted. since the runoff campaign -
State Department today issued the subbasement of the regis it. taluMwf, will decide wto got started. Both candidates
sweeping denial that the United and faced the glare of the they wain and the kind of phit" -
a and ,
by mad drew cheers applause
States was involved I In anyway vision cameras with a grin. t-, m ihty 11'...." High holding bla Income I
In a hit.and-run Cuban exHe He la"'lied and Joked I ih. lormer PreeMMU, <* up own
la I CO, j '., tai statement and a state
IIIId sine toward
attack on the southern coast taw newsmen and did not ae Uaoing
Wednesday dUgnsatle. refunded ),'" >,..VlrMt* dO*. WtUMM W. mend of his financial worth
of >>ri nte Province *, be needled Bum for the amount of
Department Press Officer "I'm net mad at anybody "Snion' aa Ate eawSre, went
bit contributions and
said be I don't ttmk anybody' mad >!' "I Ma way tine morning to campaign.
MeCtoskey
Robert J me," he said < was authorized to eatoforkallydent .... best (Merest of this
in Kelly. laid he win not ., bv i .*nhow r e M M 1M hada'5.4 slate to
that UJJ agency
any ...h. in- !feraatM to II" "dep spend a million dollar to become
the Central Intelligence or pvMMty support say
tiding ... I will to
date id te maofi ; f li jh> to leaking tile nomla- governor go
Agency was Involved or supported a'I"\ t.r"r* his 0... 14 He aaid be wial net oven
.
la la the raid.The
soy way hxM- 'u. for (.aliaar tints but added Bunt knocked High a* onlya
his fnenoa who be
attack was by a party M peraonaly I : math any future OMtaMeratte I is"..* "ur.mo lallft.'or" and said
to vote for
by refugee leader Manuel Attune JOSH ; typing Cranllll" d tskm." Bwt the the Miami city manager
said be wil
on a sugar sUM st PUooTb . Ketty meet former *tM.nt.4 bin a arfasMttioo
Castro geverament "t..., know I bile
; read- ytIedJ Burns said, "the mayor
dotomsisM Ida .... .
lo
ly a
claimed the raid was made : ,; Ksv him I...*.. M.|o run fe* die I II head of the CRy Commission
with a launch owned by theTA potto We. ioetwtiftg a Americas gofMVM. I Mot/ be I Ie avery which U responsible for all business

<: rim !fcr governor M IMC. ; ...... ONE Of FOUR-This Is .*. af four con invoked in an accident yesterday afternoon eactkt pe,a.., but i of the city'

Official here faaticited ei- He also meoMooed that al et the intersection of Ave T and Eighth St.. NW There were no serious Inpriei reported fink I could Mf mat about Burn said of bit racial.. d,
win be camber of
treme displeaaure of the fief emcee a in 1W'*. math bet the total damage to the four cart Amounted to 1000.. Heaviest damage several) others." "I am not a racist, I im not a
coming np
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Two WINTER HAVEN DAILY NEWS-CHIEF-WINTER HAVEN, FLORIDA



II Local Experts To Take Part In InstituteNine Tiny Missouri Air Force InvestigatingCrash -Karl Support RefusesTo Woman Pilot



leaders Polk County will participate agricultural lode R. Infested M. Davis Soils., assistant" horticulturist Irrigation Finishing Investments.up the afternoon" Town Buries That Killed Five Burns Or High Would Try

m the programs it the 11th at the Agricultural program will be a panel discussion DAYTONA BEACH (UPI-)
annual South Florida Citrus Extension Service at Gainesville on citrus Irria.tiomoder.ted
Institute Lake Placid May by Fred P. Lawrence NORTH LAS VEGAS Nev crashed into the home acme Rep Fred Karl of Daytona
at will
complete the morning the
(UPI) Air Farce i investigators so new they dMat even have Beach, a primary loaer in Again
27 and 28. session with a talk on citriculturist at the Agricultural Favorite Son lawns Democratic governor's race Flight
today sifted through the yet.Five
The institute is sponsored by "C \I rr e n t Information on Extension Service In said Wednesday be will not
wreckage of a jet fighter that persons died ..tile mid-
the Citrus Advisory Committee Chemical Residue and Trier- Gainesville On the panel will
ELSBERRY
Mo. (UPt) in the runoff
-- crashed Into residential sad support anyone LONG BEACH Calif.
s new nine (UPI!)
of Polk, Highlands, Her- be Harrison, Bowling Bentley, weretrag.dy
This
.aces tiny MUiourl farm town who last in the
bouaae Karl ran
neighborhood, taking five lives .,.., -Joan Merriam Smith, her
dee and DeSoto Counties, ands Jackson Maddox, associate Choate, D. E. Alcorn of the today lays to rest Its fftvortt and destroying nine homes "He kept toeing aMMe and field of six, would not say who blond heir fowled anafreckles
directed by the Florida Agricultural county agent for Polk County soil conservation service in lon, Rep. Clarence Cannon, DMa -
be favors Jacksonville Mayor
The crippled plane narrowly tried to bead far that dear he showing, WM home today with
Expansion Service.K will preside during the afternoon Gainesville\ and Dr. R. C. J. Miami
missed an elementary school area, said Brig Oea. Boyd Hayden Bum or a troubled -- plagued 57-day
S. McMulien of the Agricultural session. Koo of the Lake Alfred Ex. President Johnson was flying
with 800 pupils a* It fell from Hubbsrd, commander at N. b. Mayor Robert King High solo flight around the world to
Extension Service in The first talk will be by periment Station In from Washington and former the sky Wednesday afternoon.The "He wanted to reach it but be and said hie campaign work her credit.
Gainesville will call the Institute Dillon S. Harrison, associate The Thursday morning session President Harry Truman was pilot tat Lt. Raynor L. didn't. era can vote for whom theyplease.
called to order driving down from his Independence Her red and while twin-en
to order Wednesday agricultural engineer at theAlrleultur.1 will be by "When .
Hebert hero like
praised heavy
was a. a
Mo., borne to attend tinsink gine Piper Apaehe swoopedlow
Fred P. Lawrence. Arlie Pow
morning. Exteaeton Service the funeral for staying with his F10SD jet that they pretty fast. "I just chose not to get Involved
service. Beach
Bill Kodcki, assistant county in Gainesville lie will speakon ell, assistant county agent of Cannon, born here 88 In an attempt to save the They. glide Eke a brick." in the runoff," said over Lone before Municipal

agent of Highlands County "Some Essentials In Planning Manatee County will preside. ago, rose through the ranks years of houses and the school He was "Ble.. Us heart, that pilot Karl. "I don't believe it ls In Airport down.Wednesday Mrs. Smith stepped set-
will preside at the morning a Profitable Citrus Irri R. M. Davis will begin the really tried but hft tine
Missouri politics to become on a routine in-flight refueling just couldn'tmake the best Interest of mine or out of the plane and almost her
session. gation System" session with a talk on "Cul mission when the it," said Mrs. "
Scott
dean of the U. S. House of tragedy rap- my organization. first words were "I would love
R. E. Norris. Lake County S. E. Dowling southeast tivation" Practices in Florida Representatives and chair the pened. Green, an eyewitness to the Only one of the four losers to c<> apln." But she added
agricultural agent will give "A district manager of Rainy Citrus powerful House Appropriations Hebert's F105D jet was crash has announced who he will quickly: "Not right now.
Review of Recent Citrus Re- Sprinklers in Gainesville will Then Dr. Joe Busby, assistant Committee He died of a heart armed with 1,000 rounds of 20- Killed in addition to Hebert support in the runoff. Fourth- I'm going to stay on the pound
search" Then Dr. H. J. ReiU then speak on "What Uniform director of the Agricultural ailment Tuesday millimeter cannon shells and were Betty Ledane. 31, a dispatcher running Fred Dickinson of for at least a week or so."

horticulturist in charge at the ity Coefficient Means to the Extension Service in The funeral was set for 3:30 six small practice bombs. for the Las Vegss police West. Palm Beach said earlier The 27 year old filer,
Lake Alfred Experiment Station Irrlgator.' Gainesville will speak on "Op p.m. CDT 4:30 p.m. EDT Shortly before the 26yearoldflier department; ber 3-year-old this week he supports Burns. who works as acommercl.landd.monalralor
will speak on the "Com D. S. Bentley, branch manager eration DARE, Developing Agricultural The 1,600 townfolk of this from Port Arthur Tex., daughter Teresa; and Derwent pilot, was
parison of Fertilizer Practices of Peerless Pumps Hy- Resources Efficient community 65 miles from St. was to rendezvous with the R. Lowry J, and Laurie Le: plagued with bad weather and
-- Poorly Drained vs. Well dro-Dynimlcs Diviiion, F. M. ly." Louis and not far from the tinker Wednesday he radioed Lowry I months, daughters of Draft CallWASHINCTON mechanical trouble during the
Drtlned Soils" C., Tampa, will speak on "Se Ed Russell, ass'itant county Mississippi River were saddened the flight control tower that he Mr and Mrs Paul Lowry. Z'J.50Q-ml1erlobt circling trip.
Next Howard Thullberry, letting Pumps and Wells to agent of Sarasota County will by Cannon's death and was losing altitude. The youngsters were taking (UPIThe) The night took 33 days longer
citrlculturlst at Superior Fertilize Fit the Job." tak on "Foot Rot Problems in concerned about the Influx of The tower directed him to go their afternoon naps when Defense Depsrtment has asked than expected.But .
and Chemical Co. of R. E Choate professor of Florida Citrui." visitors to attend his funeral. to a fuel burnout area over Mt. death struck. Selective Service to Induct despite setback Mrs.
Lake Wales will give his the agricultural engineering Homer Hooks general manager Cannon's body arrived from Charleston to burn fuel down in 8.000 men Into the Army during Smith successfully: traced the
"Ideal on Hedging and Topping department at the University of the Florida Citrus Washington at Lambert FieldIn order to reduce weight and Juty. The quota, announced route Amelia Earhart plotted
Florida Citrus." of Florida will give a talk on Commission In Lakeland will St. Louis Wednesday and then return to Nellls. FRUIT SJWMENT Wednesdsy was above the 27 years ago.officially concluded -
was placed In a motorcade to for June. her around the >world
draft set
There Is no provision for 8.000-man
close the morning
Dr, C I. Hannon assistant "Irrigation by the Accounting program
nematologist at the Lake Alfred Method." with a talk on "Marketing Fu Elsberry. dumping fuel from an F10SD.Hebert Daily carlo.din;. (In boxes) but well below the 12,000-manquotas flight at Oakland, Calif., Tues-
ture Citrus Accompanying the casket apparently knew be from the Fruit and Vegetable for April and May. day and flew her WednesdayIn
Station will Edwin D. White internal Crops. .
Experiment were Mra. Ida Cannon the widow 2-hour
couldn't make it. He radioedthe Inspection Division: free.SHOP the same plane on a ,
speak "The Use of Soil revenue agent from Orlando Larry K. Jackson aiilstant
on and two of Cannon's
; 29-mlnute hop.
tower that he By rail, 11,952 grapefruit, 11, IN WINTER HAVEN
was going -
county agent of Polk County
Fumlgants in Treating Nema- will talk on "Tax Aspect in daughters, Mrs. William L Pix-
down and would stick with the 989 oranges; by track, 7,587
L will preside over the afternoon
ley of St. Louis and Mrs Har- .
I plane. Then he pointed the grapefruit 17.022 oranges; total,
session.
Robert M. Rutledge, executive ry Hackethorn of Houston Tex. doomed jet toward a clearing 19,549 grapefruit, 29.011 oranges 'DI L l8 ..t.JIMdi,[ ,
POLK COUNTYGOLDWATER vice president of Florida beyond a track of new homes for a shipping total of! 48,580 l. \f- \ '
Citrus Mutual will start the financial Hospital News lie cleared the Lincoln Elementary boxes. :;. , ,, : :' ,MeER TJ.I.,8 i'l
School with its 800 students Cannery receipts, 14,600 grapefruit !
session with a talk on"Citrus WEDNESDAY'S ADMISSIONS O!; tc l .t.\\
by inches ,MT.901 for
scorching it oranges a cannery I
Tariffs. Winter Haven with his jet exhaust but total of.382,501 boxes. .. 'IXCHANGt! NATIONAL BANK.AU.t/" F.D.I.C 1.
James E. Brogdon associate Mill Nancy Plemons Matter

entomologist at the Agricultural Darren Atkinson, Walter L.

Extension Service in Morrison, Mrs. Addle Love,
Gainesville will speak on "A Mrs. James K. Sheppard P E. r
Comparison of Some of the Day, Mrs Mildred E. Simonds, ' f
Newer Spray Materials." David W. Weatherford Mrs.

forPresident Dr. Carl A. Anderson, assistant Rufus J. Ellerby, Alan R. Col-

soils chemist at the Lake mar, Willis G. Dlx, Mrs. AnnieM.
I Alfred Experiment SUtion will Bissett, Mn Bonnie Ruth:
talk on "Considerations in the Hunter, Mrs. Alvin Malone, Adjustable Standards & Brackets

Use of High Calcium Lime S. F. Rial.
Rally and Dolomite." Waverly BUILDER'S SUPPLYINOORPORATED

Tom Oiwalt assistant county Mn. Harold G. Cherry

agent of Hillsborough County Habits City
will speak on "Tree Wraps Miss Susan Nicholson Mrs.
vi. Soil Banks for Protecting James G. Bozeman

Young Citrus Tree A Preliminary Eagle Lake
Report." Miss Barbara Wicker, Mill

Tuesday Henry F. Swanion county Cindy Daniel Mrs. L. E. Kil-

agicultural agent in Orange gore Auburndale
County will give the final talk
Mn. Widner.
of the Institute on "Land-Waler Leroy
-People and Agriculture." DavenportMrs.
P. C. hilts Marshall

May. Travis I

Mikoyan In Lake Alfred KNIFE TYPE
William II. McKee
Japan TodayTOKYO Lakeland NICKEL PLATED

19 Mri. Charles Baxter.Ft. .

(UPI) Soviet Meade

First Deputy Premier Anastas Pat Cleveland 6-R. Standard 1.50 e...
Mikoyan, Premier Niktt.Khrushchev's Dundee '
KEYHOLE TYPE ,
Mn. Max Hunieker 5-ln. Bracket 43e ea.
tarry Oeldweler trade specialistand
troubleshooter, ..rrlvedtod.y Frostproof NICKEL PLATED . 6-In. 45c ea.
A. B. Ellis.
on a visit apparently t In. 47c ,
aimed at counteracting Com WEDNESDAY'S b-Fi. SHELF STANDARD . . . 1.50 ... ea

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|The Weather-Local State And National| Denfeon Band Brewster Plant War Victims' Kin Attack u.s. Policy I

Employes Join -- - -- -,
WASHINGTON (VPO -A Nam and throughout the teN Men the tense of death
Has ConcertThe Blood Bank group of relatives. of 1._. world? In Vie .lines?
: O 60o len servicemen killed In "Why tenet we repeal the
9a Employs at AmericanCya- South Viet Nam jiibiirtsrt a. "V/hy mUll ow yowsf knife error of Korea:-where
a n.auoa Junior High amid Company's Brewster plant open. letter to PriaMnl Johnson men die In far-off Viet Inn, ...... America gave up
School Bind presented its annual have opened an account with MM asking that the war be fighting the enemy, when their lve 11wer that we
Spring Concert Tuesday Polk County Blood Bank and carried to North Viet Nam and their government authorizes !had no intention of winning!; .
deposited pints of blood on that United State fight a 'cultural' exchanges with the
night In the ichool auditorium "Why do we fight communism -
under the direction of James the first day.Cochalrmen. "battle to win" against com Communist worn Id.-the ..- with one hand -- It a
Ktatistg. David T. munism. Chang of toilet dens to entertain terrible cost of our loved one
During the hour.long program Minima and Ray Tallman, both The open letter appeared In Con"num.t! leaders In .and help communism with
a variety of selections\ of Lakeland, announced that the the form 01. MI-page advertisement Moscow whilei>ung Amer the other hand?
/ -. account la for the benefit of In\ Tuesday's edition
w* played by the band The
employs and members of their of the Washington Star.It .
numbers ranged" from 1:1: lmmedts .....11... Their goalIs contained the names of
Gawtho March by Ted Mesang
a balance of 100 pints. 117 Americans killed In VietNam THANK YOU
to "Wavei of the Danube
Blood Bank personnel set up from January, IMI,
Ivanovirl Such old
by
operations at the Brewater through March 1M4, and 100
time favorites aa ""The Yellow plant and prospective donors name of relative of the men.The Citizens of Polk CountyI
Rae of Texas by Don
w.re allowed time off to givea 100 name were from 43
George, and highlight from pint of blood. separate famlliea.
"My Fair Lady." by Ltrner The co-chairmen said a Hat The advertisement asked
and Loewe, were also played. of prospective donors already five Questions of President
Also conducting the 45-piece la long enough to warrant another JoIIuaII: I am deeply gret.lullor the support of
SCWf. der band during the program were visit to the plant by the .."Why are the young
Boy V. Wood, director of the blood bank team. However,they American who are fighting the thousands of voters who cast their ballots
Qv seater high school band, and pointed out that employee and Communist aggression In Viet
...: Bob Branion. director of tile their families who wish to N m..shoulder to shoulder
for the 5th Left continueour
in
J..I"I-'I Westwood Junior High School donate blood may do ao at the with free Vltttna..... soldiers me May primary
Band. Blood Bank' In Lakeland forced to withstand the onslaught
I MOSTLY CLEAR-The nation will njo/ clear: skies and fairly warm temperature! The new account grew out of of the Communist work for better government in Polk
fodsy. Scattered thunderihowert are forecast for the Pacific Northwest, the Rockies, EAGLE ON LOOSELINGFIELD. one which had been maintainedby enemy without having the opportunity .
Southern PI.tau.nd portions of the Southern Pl.ins.nd: the N.w England States. England (LTD I) Local 34, International. to attack theenemy's County.
Chemical own In the
Workers territory
Union for
-A golden eagle with a t-foot
North
Florida Zones TemperaturesBy LOCAL OUTLOOK the wing Linghek span la making area and"killi"already in several years.Stale .."Why must young Americans Sincerely,
Scattered showers. Generally give their live In theJungles
Paah..dleCenerall hat frightened off a flock of Comptroller" Ray E.
United Press International; fair tomorrow. High to magpie Green has announced checks and rice fields InViet
fair today, tonight ds83.. Low CO to U ham In the fight against
tonight. totalling $34,080 have q1
been
and Friday Mild afternoons Low UIJIa "U't very unusual to find an a Communist
Variable mostly north winds In these mailed to each' of Florida's IT enemy when
cool again tonight. HUh today Albuquerque 55 87 eagle parts, said Vocal the government of the United
S to 15 miles per hour. counties as their share of the
71 to 84, low tonight 54 t ego Atlanta 4T 77 ornithologist John Roae."They States authorises trade with
are mostly confinedto race track tax fund They have
North Birmingham 51 75 Communist countries -- trade
Cenerslly fair and not so Boston 48 62 ffllOP IN WINTER HAVEN Scotland I can only thinkIt thus received far this a total. of $211000 which Is utilized to strengthen M r.lLADIES' AJvBeIkLindsey's
warm through FrIday rod Chicago 44 53 has escaped from a 100. year ommunUt power In Viet
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today 80, low tonight 50's. Cleveland 48 85
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Northerly winds 5 to 15 miles Denver 45 83
per hour. Detroit 48 110
Northeast<< Jacksonville 68 83
Generally fair through Frl- Kansas City 52 70
da,. High today 1%. CoolerItb Loa Angeles 53 70
low upper 50'l ton'ht' Miami 71 87
Northerly winds S to 15 miles Miami Beach 71 15
Per hour. Twin Cities 40 67
Central New Orleans 52 80
Few showers early today. New York 51 81
Otherwise generally fair I Orlando 72 00 aD Q a 9 I II
through Friday High today M. Philadelphia 80 74 I
Not so warm with low 60 to Phoenix 59 95
65 tonight/ Variable mostly Raleigh 53 85St
north wind. 5 to 15 miles per Louis 44 80 I
hour. San Frandaro 48 58
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85 Scattered today Southeast Generally showers<< with fair high tonight Seattle Tampa Washington 37 58 72 71 54 17 I I'I I r 2 More Days of Big Values . Fri. & Satj I I2.PCe I I

and Friday Not so warm I II
with low 60 to 65 tonight

SouthwrltSclttf'red showers today and Women Voters I Dresses One Group of 1500 Yards ,I

early tonight. High today 85
to 90. Not so warm with low Set Meeting
In 110', tonight Generally fair I
Friday, Southwesterly winds Dates For MayThe I s I 100'. COTTON REM NANTS Mercerized I I
5 to 15 miles per hour, becoming
variable mostly north League of Women Voters SOLID COLORS I
tonight. of Polk County has scheduled I Sewing Thread I It
j. Booth discussion meetings ss follows: ; ,SIZES! 8 to {O

Partly cloudy through Friday Monday, May 18, at 9:45: ...m..t .,
with scattered showers the home of Mrs WilliamR. and BUTTONS SiztS 40 50.6o White I II
mainly today and tonight. High Erlckson 239 Lake Rollings- t NOWCoo SIzes 50 Black
today 84 to 88, low tonight 85 worth Drive Lakeland; and on yI I ,
to 75. South and southwest Tuesday, May 19, a morning I
winds 5 to 15 miles per hour, meeting at 10 at St. John's I
becoming variable mostly Methodist Church, Cypress I 1 I
north Gardens Road, Winter Haven $ $100 I II
Friday.Key and an evening meeting at tat
Partly cloudy through Friday the home of Mrs. R. B. I II
with scattered showers. Wolter, 904 Ave M, SE, Win- I n Similar te 1/12 I
High today 84 to 88, low tonight ter Haven, t IIIMt.tl.II NO1 PRICE
75. Southerly winds S AU three meetings will be I I ;
to 15 miles per hour becoming concerned with the local
variable Friday.Estimates lea CU.'. new program subject,
Water Control and Conservation
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are that a record In Central Florida, consideration
228,000 acres of sugar cane will of which began st the April
be grown by U S. Sugar Corp. meeting. Mrs. John F. Domi- ; )

and Everglades other companies during the Florida's 196445 nick work.this of Lakeland srea of the la chairmanfor League's I Men's Short Sleeve 4 JI

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season. \ MEN'SBARGAIN I II II
Comlncj Sunday "7 FACES OF DR. LAO" Tony Randal I

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( -Winter-- Haven Daily News-Chief TelevisionIn HERE'S YOUR HAT! TnrJav's Commentary

w. E. RVNMSON. Idlt.r. -Pablhh.r.. - - -
JOHN w. RYHtMON. Att.tt.nt to the PirbllahofPnWltkad 1 I

-- dally (.wat Saturday) by .... Whale. Haves i i/ IR RIisT. By PHIL NGW80M and others in China to .u", 1h; ,
..IM
,...".hll., c.., ln&., 114 Ird Straat. N.W., Wlatar Ha.an. .Horida Review CPI Foreign Newt Ruasian script emplou i i I \
A key area of potential con their kinsmen just over ;th,,.
CHARLES 90SHQRN ..n..d t.A.II.. ,., flirt between the Soviet Vase boundary in the Soviet I 11" n:

JACK IEAHAN By RICK DU BROW and Red China la the border But by 1958 things 's ,. r ,
Attoolata Editor
United PreN International which divides the USSR't changing The Chinese d" ,."

PETER J. SULLIVAN .. Advartiamg t.A.II.. ,., HOLLYWOOD (UPI) The Kazakhstan Republic and Sin. construction of s trans.Su>,Jt' i

NATIONAL A&VWMIN RtPRWtNTATlVE Emmy Awards, scheduled to be kiang, the huge province which highway which would hat ,

Shannon 1 Aua.ittai, I.... C/oI..,., III.Ent. telecast Msy 25, today faced s is the Wild Welt of China en the Russians greater I I' .
wide-open revolt following s Clashes between frontier to the province.
.,. .. S.cond ('I... MaU. Mattar Sapt. 4, In4.t.... Patt Office withdrawal of recognition by guards have been frequent. Russian consulates a ''r ,.
In Wmtar Ha,.., Florid., undo act .f March. I, U7t o:le network and a boycott by 0J Latest reports from Moscow closed The tribesmen *, r.

,r. the newt department of another say that Moslem tribesmen are told they would have to I? ,III
IfiV MEMIER. AUDIT IUREAU fleeing Sinkiang into Kasakh to write all over again 'I t ,

od'ilffl' OF CIRCULATIONS The rebellion was sparked stan at the rate of 1,100 a time in the Latin alphabet

.. ,.. Tuesday by Fred Friendly the month. Recent Chinese bm.id, ?,',
u new president of CBS news and The Chinese have accused the have hinted that large und.f I ,;

MEMIER for years the boll of the "CBS f Russians virtually of kidnaping the Red Chinese army i,,.11
Actlva t.A.. .."., UNITED PRESS INTERNATIONAL Reports" series. He brandedthe thousands of Turkic speaking been moved into the provinc:

NATIONAL EDITORIAL Tha Umr.d Pr.t it ant.tlad /. the vto awards as "unp.ofe.sional, Uigar, Kazakh and Khirghiilan Modern farms run by a r n' \
ASSOCIATION '.' rapublicotian af all Led news printad unrealistic and unfair." and tribesmen from across the Sin personnel were credited 10 th
1"4 In thi. ....,.,., at ...1II/ all UPI! said his division would not participate kiang border. On their aide, boosting the province' cr.no

Nowt Ditpatchot. In the ceremonies. Later the Russians have accused the output by 20 per cent in 1963

ADVERTISING DEADLINE In the day Thomas Moore, Chinese of systematically per. over 1962

CLASSIFIED DEPARTMENT president of ABC-TV. announced secuting minority populations. The broadcast reported the
ly tha Word: I P M. Pravioul Day ly tha Inch: 1 P.M. Pravlaut Day. his network'a withdrawal of wuats muRItr Two reasons make the area reclamation of 100,000 amr,

Legal Notica.t I PM Provisos Day. Sunday Edition Daadlmal I Friday, recognition of the awards "as a favorite subject of speculation wasteland and irrigation aub

DISPLAY Sunday, DEPARTMENT Editi.1, P.M.: Thurtdayj Monday EditionP.M. Friday) presently constituted." J. o NURRY- among those who see the ties extended to another tan i.r,
At of Tuesday night the CBS possibility of future armed con. acrei Consumer goods ,
Tuosd.y Edition Noon Saturday: Wadnaidty, Thur.day and Friday pr
Editiait 1 ".t.A.. T.. Days la Adr.nc.. entertainment department had flict between the two Communist duced In Sinkiang also were n
not decided publicly whether to WEAL giants.One ported on the upswing
Mambar. Sautharn Nawtpapar ,."Iith... Association
Join Itt news division in the is that a huge segmentof Sinkiang also is the center of
..
!Mombar florid. ,Pr. AitaclatianSUBSCRIPTION
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the Kazakbstan
Republic
boycott The Emmy show, tele a vast resettlement progran
RATES vision's equivalent of the Academy shown on present-day Chines The Chinese population there ,s
By Carrlar ar Mail. Awards, Ii to be broadcast % maps at properly belonging to reported to have Jumped frt
Tsar, f".201 k month, tt.10, 1 month.. |4.S(| I moth $11; on NBC.TV, which laid e China. 300,000 to more than 200000) ,
...h'',, it conti. Smgla Copion u _Dally_ _I _eant.i Sunday, 10 canttTELEPHONE Tuesday night the program The Russians got it In 1864 since the Communists took

CYprati $Tm would go on An NBC.TV through the Treaty of Chuguc- over.
--+ spokesman old his network o r hak, one of those "unjust" trey Sinkiang'i future is more
considered the lies by which the Red Chinese than its
dispute a matter promising present
A Thought For Today for the television academy, accuse Western powers of Meanwhile the Chinese in
and that NBC nominees wouldbe carving up imperialist China taking out insurance.
A second it that the nomadic
delighted with any award --

"Grace (God't unmerited favor) and (spiritual) they
peace be yours from God our Father and from the blowup was an outgrowth flowing back and forth depending By United Presi International

Lord Jesus Chnst." Eph. lit observers of what have many television AzS on pressures from Today is Thursday, May 14.
long felt about either the Russians'or the Chinese the 135th day of 864 with 231
Grace ii the central fact of the gospel, the key to the status of the Emmy prizes: to follow.

its meaning -Dr. Albert I.. Carnett That, though In the put few Languages are identical 1 The moon it approaching its

tenons the awards have drawn and related to that of Turkey first quarter

Increased attention to some Fifteen years ago when the The morning star It Saturn
worthy public affairs entries, The Lighter You, Your Child And School Red Chinese took over the The evening star Is Venus
much
News Chief Editorials of the system of nomlna- China mainland, Russia On this day in history
tons, selections .
and categorii easily could have seized Sin In 1804, explorers Lewis and
ing Is shot fun of holes and ho By DAVID NYDICK out considering certain factors kiang Province, a vast area of Clark set out on their expedl,

kum Side UPI Education Special! Edward will have to make his more than 700,000 square miles flora to the Pacific Coast

Outstanding Community Work. . Many writers and Industries Handicapped children often way in society. The best way composed of desert towerln In 1935. Filipinos ratified the

have commented on the trivial need special attention and to learn how la by being withnormal mountains, howling winds, forests constitution of the Philippines

Tuesday night Commander Slim Summerville of status of the Emmys, which It, By DICK WEST training The extent of their children and growing occasional right valleys Republic in a special election
of course, no reflection on the United Press International problem in relation to their individual up in the company of the people and important minerala In 1948. the state of Israel

our local American Legion Post 8, stepped down from excellence of some of the en- WASHINGTON (UPI\) Last ability and personality with whom he will eventu Instead the late Josef Stalin wai officially born as Britain

his office after a year of outstanding service not onlyto triet-except that video itself weekend the grand old institu Is a major factor in determine ally live. Placing him in a ape made a deal In which the Rut- ended her 3 .year rule >In Palestine I.

his organization but to the No demeans them by their Inclusion Lion of matrlomony was further ing how this most satisfactorilycan cial school would deprive him liana were to share in exploits .
community. matter
be accomplished. of this kind of experience.. tion of Sinklang't In 1962 Moslem
In the system with the sanctified by a couple who got resources,, gunmen
what went on in the various walks of life some bunk. This viewer, for Instance, married under water. A student who cm adjust academically The needs of handicapped I which include both uraniumand killed 17 Europeans at renewed

Legionnaire was more than doing his part and Com- before the 1963 Emmy Awards, I assume that getting hitched and socially in a nor children sometimes require the oil fighting broke out between Algerian .
mander Summerville behind suggested that the big question while submerged require some mat classroom should not be facilities of a special school In return, the Chinese agreed nationalists and French
was right that individualto was "who cares?" and that revision of the marriage vowt removed His needs usually can This .is true only when the star to allow the Uigars, Kazakh forces.

be sure that his communiity got the best man for "the nomination are generally\ You promise to love honor and be met by extra help, such as dent cannot operate in a nor

the job./ meaningless and frequently cherish 'until death do ua partor tutoring speech therapy, train. mal class Apparently Edward

contemptible" and Include the until one of ua haa to Ing in lip reading, or other appropriate does not have this problem He /
'usual come for air" assistance This can is fortunate that his school can ON YOUR TELEVISION DIAL
One outstanding piece of work has been buildingthe miamating of nomineesand up
categories It occurred to me that If be done within the regular provide- special training beyondthe
long talked of new Legion home which is locatedon Friendly attacked the President Johnson' heard about' school situation.Living normal program

the shores of Lake Silver at the northwest edge. Awards as "the end result Emmy of this he might borrow the idea and working with normal I Your description of Edward's Chocad WD'O.TY, c.WFLA.n....... I Cheoael WFTY.TY" Chell..1'wriT.TY 11

This is going to be outstanding the pressure, politics and In the l students will be most helpful progress leada me to believe en Mac
an building for forOn ABC en
to the child. It la likely that he belongs
In
second thought, I It more a normal OM.
of Te. .
case news, lack of professional guest Orlencl. f...,.
community and certainly for the membership. Others knowledge" He criticized the wouldn't be practical/ to hold a that he will develop the classroom His good adjustment --

will be able to use it too. We wish to salute Legion grouping of single shows and newt conference under water. needed skills to operate at an through the fifth grade indicates Thursday NIGHT May 14
It does however that independent adult that he will probably not
nacre Summerville for his year of fine work. series in the news and documentary appear _
the President There are serious handicaps have major difficulties.
on'the any
categories: "To place keeps ',Oo-N... N.... Spo". No., Wiafhse r.r. News
lookout for new of holdIng which require that the student Unless you have substantial
a tingle show in the lime category ways CIS-Sperts' WYh.r Weath.r Edif.rlel h'lt Spuds. W'fhsr
aa a series does dishonorto newt conferences be placed In special classes or evidence to the contrary I auggest JO-CIS News N'C Newt AIC News C.S News

No Mistakes . the industry for It Implies From all\ accounts his latest {schools which are equipped to that you will help Edwardthe ,45-C1S, N... NBC N... Now., blether CIS News
equal worth and Innovation the family style work with the particular problem most by allowing him to remain
discourageswhat conference This Is true when a itu In his present situation 7Oo-H..ti. Adnneern Virginie Boys 1oA..leh
newt was a .mash.In
We have heard that people registering! as an In- we are all\ striving for auccess 'dent finds the tub of learning Discuss the matter further with 7Jo-.lIeI 1:15k Fbhinq in Paradi. Vlrglnia Boys Maverick.

dependent have voted in the Democratic or Republican more news and documentary and difficult someone at Adventorn. FlintsIona. Maverick
programming on a regular batIi adjustment too to school who has 7,45-.0eI, I.. ...di.o Filetitonos Maverick
The family plan under which master The result It that he worked with handicapped chil
primaries. They shouldn't have under the election Intead of less . .
reporters bring their spouses and his fellow students luffer dren and can evaluate Ed. Oo-lI..hiei. Rump Donna R..d It..hld.
laws of the State of Florida. It is very specific as to "The very pretence of a tingle and offspring to a newt conference The special clan or school ward's present and future I-It..hid., The Stara Donne Reid !Rawhide

how this is handled and is put forth in this paragraph broadcast In the same group opens up all aorta of In- ]provIdes a total program needs :4S-R..hiel.1,1001t..hid.. D", Kildare My. Thr. So. !Rawhide
,
D Kildare My. TII,..
So.
-101,021 (1963 Florida Election Laws). with a 26.week series is demeaning tenting possibilities Take the geared to help the handicapped It..hld.
to the effort that goes matter of getting recognized by ;student meet the challenge of 0:00-hrrv M..o.. De. Kildare Ensign O'To.l. terry Mesa

"Elector to receive the ballot of the political into a acres without any de. the President society. The Ideal remit U h15-Perry, Meun D,. Klld... Enelgn O'Toole Parry Mnon.
party ',10-". ,
predation to the worth of the At present White House correspondents when such a student reaches a Memories Meson H..I The Jimmy Perry Mesa.
designated in registration book.-In a primary election one.shot nominees" vie for hit atten- ]level of growth which permit 1:45-Piny t.A.. ... H..I Dun Show',,,, Muses

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May 14. 1964 WINTER HAVEN DAILY NEWS- HIEP-WINTER HAVEN FLORIDA Pece Rv!
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Couple Slain Board MeetingIs Senate Heads McNamara Predicts Long East GermansReturn




to Missouri Harmonious Revise Bill War In South Viet Nam U. S.


WASHINGTON (UPI De. He said the United States hat

(Continued From Page One) Race suggested that the Vines Secretary Robert 8. McNamara. no plant to introduce modern Defector
Known HereA board accept an offer from the On RightsWASHINGTON predicting a Ion I, jet aircraft to place the Army
calve bids on both for June 10. of Winter hard war in South Viet Nam, World War II virtue bombers
city Haven
One wat an addition to the to Install aaid today that he would "..* presently in use in Viet Nam
couple funned down to an underground storm HEIDI.LBKRG O.r man '
Fruitland Park Elementary UPI--Senate brief Congress
( happy" to but he mentioned that
very more
front of a motel to Osage drainage system at the senior (UPO.-The Communists have
Port Meade leaders armed with a revised on the progress of that antiCommunist heavily armed due bomber
Beach hash school parking lot sent back an American sergeant
Ho.
on Tuesday night The board also approved civil rights blU, moved today struggle would be sent to replace them.
were recent visitor in Winter new preliminary plant for the Water from the lot hat beecn toward 30 hour masking asylum In East
an over-all rather than On his return from a McNamara Slid that progress .
H_veo, it was learned to- lunchroom with a kitchen, at running i Into neighboring a slep-by-step gag on southern visit In Saigon McNamara was has been excellent In a Germany, the. V. S. Army announced

d.y. Central Elementary In H.lneaCit yards. The city laid it would debate asked whether he thought renewed series of Joint I'' S Vietnamese today.European

Cecil I. Bybee, and hi* wife, ,. pay for the storm sewer if Leaders of both parties congreaskMsl Inquiry In programs aimed at furthering headquarter here

of Hutdnmwn, Kan., and AU of the plan are tub- the school board would put ina reached agreement with Atty. to the war would serve a useful! the war effort againstthe announced medical specialist

Sara tot* '1a.. were shot to J Jet to State Department of $MO catch basin. Gen. Robert F. Kennedy on a purpose The House A r m d Viet Cong H,' said that Conrad Yu....., 41, was returned
death a few minute after Education approval. In other business, the board: package of imnndmenta which Service Committee plans to call II S requests for aid for VietNam at the West German

they checked in at a motel The board voted to use $rd,- Agreed to let the Kathleen titty said safeguarded tile objectives McNamara to testify, particularly from the NATO allies bad boarder by East German officials

for the convention of the Missouri 322 left' from a $1B million PTA use an empty classroomfor of the Houae-paas'd concerning' the quality of been received sympatheticallyin \ Tuesday night.

Real Estate Association. bond issue to construct nine a Kindergarten. CHESTER COLLINS btU and strengthened\ Its U.S. aircraft and other equipment Weat GermanyThe
Agreed to let Lake Wales The Phlllpplnes-born, natur
They had visited in Winter new classrooms at Janie Wil chance for Senate passage.The in use In South Viet Nam. secretary said that he or
allied American defected to
High have
a summer school FBI Adds revisions will be submlt- "It Is Important to continue other official from the
Haven after leaving Sarasota ton Elementary In Lake very some
and I 11th.
operating the data East Germany last fall
tame at ted to Democratic and Republican "
Wale. to inform Congress, Mc Defense Department would visit
en route to Hutchinson. Byb.eInd the others throughout the (Continued From Page One) ooof.rTuHday.. second American serviceman
frank Boyd. of Stately All of the other money from county he was found guilty of breaking Democratic leaden, It was Namara laid today. "I wouldbe I South Wt Nam every 60 sent back west by the Communist
the bond. hat been used for very happy to do that"The days to Disport the situation
Oaks, ire associated with the Agreed to a proposed change and entering and tentenced learned, take a dim view of also told newsmen this month.
time company, Lowers & Co., school construction. The State In toning regulations near to three years In a Florida OOP Leader Everett M. Dirk- secretary ----- --
at an airport newt confer.encw On May 7 Soviet army officers
a Hutchinson printing firm. Deoartment of Education recommended Denison School to commercial prison In 1934, after pleading sen's suggestion that the de.
after stepping off bit turned back to U. S. Army
According to Investigating the Lake Wales addition so that a medical buildIng qUllty to a similar charge, he bate--limiting1 gag rule be applied plane from Saigon: Hoffa Defense om..ra Capt. Alfred Svenson.

officers the couple bad just can be built there. received an additional two-year against the Mil one sec In Pa., who had
board There. will be a slep-up of Scranton
The aoproved are.
checked in at the motel when term of Imprisonment tlon al a time. Their feeling American training of both skipped across the border to
another cu pulled up behind meet to let students at South. In July 1937 at Lakeland, he that cloture, or gig rule, should ground and air unit of the East Germany In May 1063.
theirs" apparently waited for well Junior High In Lakeland Army Contracts was charged with assault with be applied only once-agsinet South Vietnamese forces I n Asks MistrialCHICAGO Army spokesmen said Yu-
for air conditioner in
them to come out of the office their pay principal'an office. a deadly weapon and was turned the bill and all pending amend the months ahead, he said), the man whose wife and four

and then followed themto The board then approved a Are Awarded over to Polk County authontiei ments. number of Vietnamese at r (UPI) The defense children live at Leavenworth,
A tip Off that this Is
their room. and released on bond. He will be doubled Kant., Is being held now in
.
for permission to Install fore pilot In the James R. Iloffa $3S
request the probable\ course to be followed
The operator heard shot air conditioner In JACKSONVILLE (UPI) The was recommitted to Jail In November reportedly to about 00."The million fraud trial demanded West Germany. He Is undergoing
few an Army Corpr of Engineer 1938, and in January with OOP agreement, "examinatiatlndlnvesttd
minute later and ran out KathleenSenior High Vocational an- path to victory willbe mistrial today on grounds that

to find Bybee dead and Mrs. Agriculture Departmentoffice nounced Wednesday it had 1939, after pleading guilty to was reporters given there when was Dtrksen a chancethe told lon," in South Viet Nam, the jury was "living In the life gation," the Army laid
Bybee dying beside their awarded four contracts totalling aggravated assault, was sentenced with and Imagina Yumang was reported absent
car. Both of these well be package of revisions might "courage of luxury" at a U.S. naval
$2.1 million for and to six months' imprison without official leave AWOL
military In defeating
The other car sped away. A paid from Internal accounts, be introduced as a single tion" needed to succeed bane
30 from the Army's 6th
civilian projects in Florida. ment. Sept.
short time later John R. AbercromWe not tax amendment the Communist guerilla
money. The largest In August, 1941, Oolllnt was U.S. District Court J u d e General Hospital at Stuttgart.
22-year-old tales And the band agreed to let contract $1,064- The Senate which met until forcei It will be a "lung war, g
man, and his bride, Catherinewho toe Fort Meade High PTA air 251, went to Joseph B. MorettiInc. arrested for discharging a fire 10:54 p, m EDT Wednesday a hard war" he said But he Richard B. Austin rejected the
were on their honeymoon, condition the lunchroom with of Miami to eicavate nine arm in public and, following a was scheduled to meet at laid there was no question in motion. It wa one of manymoVt"

were caught in the car lets the county helping to pay part mile of Canal 111 and water plea of guilty, was given a short 10 a.m. EDT for Its 56th day his mind that "persistent .... for a mistrial since the Mother Dies

than % mile away. A .38 caliber of the installation cost. control structure 18C in South sentence in the county jail. of debate 01the civil rights cution" of plant made by the trial began more than two
Dade Ills next arrest was on Chrtrt- their I weeks" Crash
revolver was found in the County at part of the bill. South Vietnamese and ago.Haifa's After
But the members decided It Central and South Florida flood max in 1950 when he wit charged American adviser would leadto
car with five discharged car wit against board policy to let control project. by Washington, D. C police luccesi. chief attorney Maurice .
and misfire. Ike Is Neutral HIALEAH (UPD--A 30..arold -
tridgei
a to the
the Spanish Club with assault after Walsh, objected
at Lake The engineers also called forbids striking a _lie "couldn't estimate t h e
mother of three who
Wtlei High put an air condl- to be opened June 11 ona woman on the head In March, Continued From Page One) time" It will take to achieve quartering of the jury at the regained consciousness) never Wednesday
Bond IssueTALLAHASSEE tinner In the Spanish class 1951 he found of this Great Lake Naval Training
$600.000 project for maintenance was guilty Eisenhower said he has noImmediate victory II* said a Saigon re Center north of Chicago night became the third
room. dredging of the Mayport charge and sentenced to a fine port attributed to him that the
plans to meet with victim of a car-train wreck hare
(UPI) Tb. The classroom I Is located directly Naval Station entrance channel of $100 or 90 days In Jail. Scranton, who has stated he Is war there might last five to 10 "These people are broughtout Sunday.
Supreme Court vaUdated Wednesday of their own state of life
above the cafeteria, and and turning batin. Collins, wn reportedly bornon not seeking the nomination but years wa* a "complete error.If ." Two person died at the seen
$5,775,000 in bonds to be for about two hour a day the Dec 1, 1913, at Dothin Ala. will accept a draft But the general - more Americans are Into the lap of luxury the andth.11 of the collision 011 car and a
Issued by the Okaloosa County language students ctn't hear He' It 5 feet I Inches till and said: 'Til probably see needed there for training pur- feel they owe government Florida East Coast Railway

Gas District well because of the noise. With weighs 178 pounds. He has a him In the near future, just ass pout, they will be rent Andas some g r a tit u d e, train They were BudklyJoyner
The bonds were to refund air. conditioning, classroom Kelly ConcedesContinued medium build black certain training Walsh said
-vraying matter of accident, If nothing programs 32, and Horace B. MacOmber.
three outstanding itiuet total wlndwt could be doted. Board hair, dark brown eyes and a .b." are completed some Americansmay He said the government was 41.

ling s,679ooo, and the new issue policy It against air conditioning ( From Page One) medium-dark brown complex Eisenhower said his neutral be brought home but "it paying for recreation, such at Mr, Doris J, Goodman died

will be repaid from revenue single classroom, even out tingling any out. ion. He has been employed asa position reflected a desire not may be necessary for othersto bowling and swimming, for the Wednesday night, becoming

from operation of the district't when funds are provided from Because of a twitch In Flo farm worker, landscape worker to do anything "divisive In the be sent out." jury "and naturally"they'll feel Dade County's 67th traffic fatality

gat transmission and distribution private tourcet. rida's elections away from the elevator operator longshoreman party." lit said he expects to In reply to a question taut they dw* gratitude of the year.

*>8tem. The board gave iti approval presidential election yean, the laborer and tractor driver. do xactly ss I am doing" but criticism over use of World l

for Hines City High seniors governor and Cabinet elected Collins may be recognized bya when asked about a possible War II vintage U S, Air Force

City ApprovesContinued to take a trip to Silver Springs this year mutt run again in 1966 scar in the center of hit forehead switch of positions he said: planet In South Viet Nam Mc

May 20.Saml'one. rather than serving the usual two cut scan over bit ""That never predict .1 d'IfI't' Namara laid he and Gen. Mat. Thanks.
( From Pa,. One) In the audience four year termt This will give left eyebrow, a growth behind know exactly what I am going well D. Taylor chairman of the .

men' Sar on Pope Ave; asked why these students could the next governor a chance to hit right ear which causes hit to do In the future." Joint Chiefs of Staff had discussed

Shell Oil Co. for change inUs tike an outor- ounty trip on serve six years ear to protrude, two vicclna- them with Air Force I am IntfM sruful q
Sixth St. School time while seniors at Lakeland leaden In Saigon, and added
service station a The senator went lion aura on hit left arm a Summer School my many trltntfs/ In PlkCcuMy
and Pope Ave.. NW; Urban Lake Wale High could not. before the State Canvassing tear on hit outer left forearm, th.t "there Is no question that who ...<4 thirKnll
Ruduer for a special approval The Lake Wale senior have Board Wednesday with charge a acer on the outside base of Continued From' Page On) those aircraft were wall ... fine .... etr.r tikal ''

to operate a family billiard been protesting because "skip of irregularities in the voting in \left band, several small scars I: geometry, chemistry: and cboaen" for the type of war beIng I" ( N dun *.n.ity.
parlor on Fifth St., NW; and day," which they have had four counties. The board beard on the back of bib right hand psychology. waged .. .
for at least 20 'yean bat been hit charges but laid It had no Chairman Carl Vision, D-
Joseph White for a special approval a scar on the outside bn eof Students In grades 41 mayrtI.I..r .... ..
a ln< 4 raUful ItDM
a horn banned. authority to order a recount. hit right little finger and Ga., of the House Armed Services -
to operate a for two courses, but, wet tlt* (. I'!''.
beauty parlor in Florence Villa. Boone answered Mtat the ad. The board advised Kelly to go large cut scar on the Inside of students In &rId.IZ may Committee plane to lum w. a vltUry ." tl...li.>"
ministration at the Haines City into court if he wanted to press his right leg. register for only one, Saliba mon the secretary to a closed .

Haven furniture, on Haven school requested permission hit demand. Kelly lost second lie Is said to be a nest contervattve laid. session to answer charges that tit"M.y.M ,

dale Blvd, wn denied 1U petition while the administration at place in the runoff to Robert dresser who enjoys Dally clue period for each the death of two American pilots .y I (...... I."d.ujlIh .
variance Like Wales did not. King High of Miami by 2.202 movies, books, dancing and count in trade 41 will be were due to the old planet affairs *t the MIIn I'
for a parking Board member Wendal Wit- they new rather than to enemy ...." "' ."...r I* (0" I

and told that be paved provided parkingwill for ton then quoted one of the vote.Kelly had said on Tuesday he tin.lie has been armed In the put two grade hour'-IZ.in four length hours and In In lire No date hat been let for llnu. ", .,ltl..* >.y .u.-
have to
students, saying, "It'i just the would accept the decision of the and hit been convicted for a i Ifjgth They begin it I a m. the session a* yet however! ace.
customer principle of the thing" board. But he said after the brutual crime "He should be McNsmsri, who was the ob.

The board awarded a cm- meeting Wednesday he bad considered extremely dangerous FLORIDA STOCKS Ject of a Communist assassins

U. S. Denies tract for countywide service thought the board would hear ," the FBI sakiTALLAHASSEE Here are the 1 p.m. closing lion plot discovered by Vietnamese siNctmr,
of typewriter and adding machine his evidence before making it on Florid stocks as reportedby pullet before his arrival
(Continued From Page One) to Bell Typewriter decision. (UPI!) The earlier thIS week, told newsmen
Francis J. duPont and Co.
that Artime't organization, the. Service of Fort Meade at StO.- State Board of Control holds a Air Control 23* at Saigon 'this it goingto Eloy ( Del) Delgado
Revolutionary Recovery Movement 095 for the year. High bid was two-day business session starting be t long war I don't thinkwe
Electric 25
MRR), had issued Its sea 20000. High And Burns today and li expected to Tampa should) delude ourselves Into

called "communique" about the. to secure bids on communlca- (Continued From Page On) approve operating budgets for Plant Florid Industries Telephone 27U 214 thinking.. !! anything other than Courteous & El/licit nl Service; To All
Miami. They acknowledged the 1964-63 fiscal
attack from The board authorized Boone year. that .
bigot. I also ------
this was embarrassing lions equipment for their recognize the right -------- ------ ---------- ----

to the United States and miintiinance truck They of peaceful picketing. I know wt
approved
Indicated that something mightbe a $10,000 budget Item must hive law and order and

done to prevent a recur for this recently, respect for the rights of everycitizen'

rence.McClotkey. They voted to spend $1.300for $
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Six WINTER HAVEN DAILY' NEWS-CHIEF-WINTER HAVEN FLORIDA Thursday, May 14 ...



r Food, Meok'ne Al CofC Lake Dinner Alfred Rights Battle Erupts. Into Bottle- Throwina MORTALS -

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The Lake Alfred Chamber of By VsMed Peace lalecentissal I IA CefcmMa, S. c.. The State Added To Cuba Commerce will hold membership Civil I i I rights demonstrations New Yer: James B. Dow -
u dinner Tuesday, It-, civil rights demonstrationerupted also continued Wednesday at Forestry Commission said that vu preeldeat of the city .....- IMMORTALSis
May
into a betUe South Carolina's state parks,
.t city haD at 7:30.BMldM -throwhng Nashville Tenn? where two lion board' said he win urge
clash between 300 whites and Negro college students closed last year to avoid Integration Gov Nelson Rockefeller to calla
were arrested -
Chamber members, In the
Export ListWASHINGTON anyone AIM Interested !II Lake Negroes Wednesday night in for knocking down a would be reopened by special session of the legislature the Leuen-Sermon Subject
Alfred If United to ahead racially tense Cambridge, Md. white waitress during a sit-in June 10ft. desegregated but this summer to deal with
Thespeaker will be Jock National Guardsmen, enforcing attempt at a segregated restaurant rigidly restricted basisJaektea . the city's school' segregation Christian Science
(UPI) McKay, district manager of limited martial law in the Small bands of biracial MIM:: A Senate crisis.
The United States today tightened Tampa Electric of Winter Maryland fishing town, filed pickets staged protests at a committee passed a bill setting CHURCH SUNDAY
Less Cruces, N. M..
down the center of the street- up the legal mechanics for dropping : Restaurant
itt embargo on exportsto Mivwi.Cnarlee number of restaurants during Scientist
Chrht,
Cuba, removing food and Buddy)Shlnn,chair.mM wearing gas masks and Hashing the 17th day of the current desegregation state accreditation of hi- owner Williams Johnson Pint Church of N.W.
irk S4
fined sad
bared bayonets The crowds racial Tougakw Southern ChristIan was $10 on charges of refusing Ave. I
medicine from Mid
1.lItrallitente tickets have been campaign In the to serve a Negro in violation SUNDAY SERVICE 11:00: A.M.
dispersed
authority mailed to ill members,and that Guardsmen earlier Tennessee capital College SUNDAY SCHOOL and l NURSERY 11:00 A.M.
of a city antldiscrimiaatwo -
In the day had broken Greenwood S. C.: Lander
The action by the Commerce additional one may be soured up a WEDNESDAY TESTIMONIAL MEETING I 00 P.M.
Department did not mean that from any member of the committee march by IN demonstrators. Three Negroes and a white College said it has accepted the ordinance. Reading Room Open to the Public
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food and medicine not or by phoning FR2-170B. The soldiers Monday night minister were arrested at Madison application of a Negro girl for Raleigh, N. C.: A federal Cor. Second and Ave. B, N.W.
may A good had been forced to fire tear N.J., Wednesday during a next fall The girl would be the
attendance
be shipped to Cuba only It .nticipated. gas Judge ordered Halifax County OMO 10:00: A.M, to 4 00 P.M. MoiiJ, thruSjJyrJiy
to quell an unruly demonstration noisy demonstration at a segregated first member of her race ever
voting registrars to
that from now on the department barber shop They were to attend the small, coeducational its handling of Negro speed spoil up "The Bible Speaks to You" wpso-t;\\ A:=: Sundays
will paM on each shipment The Cambridge Non.Violent charged with disorderly conduct school un II.
individually Area Action Committee charged in a At Charlotte, N.C.,
DeathPETER -----
A department spokesman statement Wednesday that the Wednesday, nine Negro ministers
said it "wishes to be Informedof gas seeped into a Negro home and two white men picket.
all intended trade with D. MAilER and caused the death of two- ed the Central YMCA to backup I t
Cuba" in the future so as to Peter D Maher, 80, of month- ld Rudolph Perry Jr. demands that "every program -RIL-
be in a position "to act according Cleveland Ave died Wednesday An autopsy was to be performed every facility" be integrated TE S--------1
to the national inter evening In Winter Haven Hos- on the Infant today by I II
est of the United Statet"The pitsl! after a long illness Maryland's chief medical examiner
spokesman said decisions A native of Mean, Mich, he Elsewhere In the Nation:
would be made on individual came here In 1948 from Elk.
hart, Ind He
shipments "in the light was a retired
of all relevant circumstances" engineer, having served with I
the New York Central Railroad Bryant Says Vote I
Gift parcels still will be permitted ,
He is survived 2'1'I
by his
widow,
under general license Mrs Caty C, Maher of Winter I __ I II

the lief so si part and not humanitarian of to Individuals interrupt ,such acts the department re on Haven Donald of;Winter Maher two sons Jr.Haven, Bernard of Santa and Maher Anns P.. Law Needs RevisionTALLAHASSEE I Sr na Days FRI. & SAT. j jI

said I
Calif; two daughters, Mrs, (UPI) Gov tees to board membership with
Exports. to Cuba except Alice Patton of Toledo, Ohio, Farris Bryant said today there professional highway sdministrators ,I I
non subsidized foodstuffs, and Mrs Elms Drswe of Hills was a need for legislation to lie said road engineers
medicines and medical supplies dale, Mich.; one sister, Mrs clarify election laws but no were often less responsive to I "SUNNY SAM"Will ALL ORGANIC I II
were banned on Oct Mary Billig of Jackson, Mich. emergency was Involved that other than engineering consideration
19, 1960. During the 1950's, seven grandchildren, and 25 would make Immediate special when planning highways I
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American exporta to Cuba averaged great grandchildren. session study necessary But he said there should be j be in Store and 6-6-6 3 1
about $500 million a Funeral services will be heldat Bryant told his news conference some cut in the absolute powerof our Friday Saturday I
year 10:30: Saturday morning st that his office was not each Road Board member to I to All I
Following the ban, the exports the chapel of the Mitchell Fu. involved in any Investigationof control his own particular road answer questions on your Lawn and I
dropped off to less than nersl Home with the Rev. Robert alleged voting Irregularities district He said during the past Garden Problems. Purpose '
$14 million In 1961. P. Wood, pastor of East growing out of the May S primary three years his board had taken Come Fertilizer fS
At the end of 1962 and Side Assembly of God Church money 'off the top" of the I '-:: in and talk it with him I
through the first half of 1963, officiating Burial will follow in The governor said any proposed yearly budget for four laning over For
special relief shipments were Lakeside Memorial Park changes in election laws, before distributing the rest to I and LawnTrees h I
sent to Cuba In exchange for Friends may rail tomorrow designed to "Insure the purityof the districts for construction."I cal dAN1 I
the release of prisoners captured st the Mitchell Funeral Home the ballot," could be handled do believe the sort of '
during the abortive Bay Chapel from 7 to 9 p.m. by the 1965 session of the kingdom structure should! be SIGN FOR VALUABLE o Shrubs ,' j
of Pigs attack These shipments Legislature broken down and we have madea
swelled the export total lie said in a political contest, start on it," he said DOOR PRIZES TO
by $13 million In 1962 and $36 '/H II.UIIT1.W: ;' all fighting between candidates I e '
BE GIVEN AWAY
NEW YORK UP1>Youxe should cease when the people % $998
million In 1963. I heard! of "moonlighting" But reach the voting booths. Bryant A Florida newspaper publisher {: 1 .... ..
Aside from these relief ship'ments I six of the chorus glita\ at one said he understood that some of Edwin A. Menninger, was FRI. &: SAT. .. BAG
merchandise sent to I New! York night club are "da,. the charges of Irregularities awarded an honorary Doctor of .... : (
Cuba during the past two j Science degree at FSU for his 98
I lighting -holding other jobs In were caused by confusion In the 2 *4
years was valued at $407,000 the, daytime. election laws."Anything contributions to tropics! horticulture I Handy 50-Lb. logs I
and $76,000I'HIL The tx during the last quarter I
Buttes of Jules xCopacsbnna necessary to Insure I I
C: are working a. the purity of the ballot century I I
TO DALLAS 'model for advertising agencies, ought to be done," he said, 1
HOLLYWOOD UPI> Phil 'television and for photographers noting also that legislation was all Mineral r ..
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Silvers foes Into the Dallas needed to clarify what agency '""NUTSHELLluyU.SSavlnSl LAWN PELLETS
State Fair Music Hall this was responsible for calling a /
August with a revival of "Top mop IN WINTER HAVEN recount of votes when it was FERTILIZER
Banana" sought by voters or candidates.The I'reae With Minor Elements
current controversy over i
I close vote In the governor's ( ?dS 50 Ib. bagSunnlland all organic
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race resulted'in a ruling by the t
SuddeCService I all ; So., non burning I I
1 | State Canvassing Baird It had b \
no votes authority to order a recountof I f1 Mineral Fertilizer long lasting I
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ALL ORGANIeed ,
On
another subject Bryant .. ;
IN BY 10 A.M. OUT BY 5 P.M. iK agreed that some reorganization sa1NiIAL era-6.6: ,1.b I
of the State Road Board mightbe 97 ,
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SOLB.IAG
in order to get rid of "Little SfSS
: Havendale Cleaners I :.
\b kingdoms ruled by the various .J 1 1I
Road Board members Bryant
.(\ Phone 294-2011 for Pickup ft Delivery said his administration had already h ... I (Limit 200 Ibi., pleaie.) t. J (Limit 200 Ibs., pleaie.l)
made a start in that '
Corner 34th Street and Havendale Boulevard direction ndt J: I II
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Egypt TempleChanters ; .. _.,/ .,. Stetson Plans New Academic Calendar Revival Set At WaHnefe I
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?::, ,: ... .. -5r,;. ,:Jf,L."1..,..' The Wahiwta AssemblyofGud and prayer tar we- .aclt. Pastor

f. : / Stetson University here haa "Stetson University has been 10 more hour In taw eemmerterm Church, 112 Hghth 81., Rift Leon to BoawrtlfcM attmd.Th Invited evcrjN
To adopted a new academic calendar operating. year-round Mneel 3l for a total of 41 t* ayear's Rang Road win hold a revival one
ttat enables superior student when It offered the first summer time. They tana oorid starling Sunday ami lasting 10 Peninsula Motor Club
to finish their college school training In Florida,"Ed- earn the 124 hoar required days AAA lays \if yon drive 12000 I
work !. leas than three veers, munda aeld."Our for graduation In less then three The Rev Flon, c Lanier of miles a year you' have one
Appear, HereThe Stetson President J. OUIe Ed- new calendar continuing ,ean' time. Day torn 8NC'h.11\ preach at chance in three of having some
meads lass announced.The year-round operation, offer the revival kind of an accident during the
new calendar to begin in the benefits without the dlsdeantege There will he sp,'rial singing year..
the fall of IMS at Stetson Is
Egypt Temple Shrine of the trimester Beer FarElephant
baaed tall and termsof
on spring system which has come under
teal Chanter will present I mu- approximately IS week*each highly critical attack at Flo- -:..", .It.. l.> :' : I
anthems program of hymns and a winter term of five weeks rida's state universities," he '; .t _1f' .i :;
Sunday Itt\ff
evening at and a summer term of eight declared
7-30: at St '
John's Methodist '
weeks.
"This new calendar III SUMMERJ
a part &
Church it was announced today -
of an entire curriculum revision '
by the pastor the Rev which has been under at ORLANDO (UPI!) It wasn't Z ; ,:
study
Bill TIffin. Central Church Stetson for three years. pink but the elephant that wandered _; ANNUALS + : ,
Louis K. Groh will direct the "The new program will allow up to the door of th* .- -*
Chanters and Ed Walker win early specialization In technical Villa Nova Restaurant and < "" $ -
accompany on the organ fields, thus giving superior Cocktail Lounge Wednesday ,
1 After the invocation the Youth To students poeslbllltles for faster night was real-and thirsty \ : AMereMket, ....... Celetle.
Chanters will sing: "Open the 4aJ RallyThe acceleration. It also protects Someone called restaurant \ I ICclMiw.. CNw.. Dekrie.' M.... j
Gates of the Temple" by average students in their manager Tony D'Agonllno, and
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fld fertilace, $& T..le
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Knapp; "Bless This House." by normal progress toward a he called! the animal trainer at ,
I II Brahe; 'Let There Be Music." Christian Endeavor degree" the Stetson president the Daily Brothers Circus that Omle end many etken..
Ii I by Williams; "I Walked Today a Youth Rally will be held Sunday aald. was being staged in < shopping ,
i Where Jesus Walked" by at the Central Christian The new Stetson calendar si- center parking lot about a block '
O'Hara; and, "The Green Cath Church. Theme of the meeting lows the moat able students to away
I edral' by Hahn. Is Japan" complete as many as 36 credit The trainer arrived and
I Following the announcementsand Starting time for the rally hours during the fall through claimed the 12 year-ok! elephantand Doty Farm & Garden Supply
1 1I offering, the Chanters will Is 4 p.m. and it will last spring period of two regular said the animal hint loves
1I I present: "The Lord Is My through church time that term and a abort winter term. beer and suggested/ D'Aollino ,, 1..Iff. _SIXTH_ _ ST.. SW. 313.9735roomn ,
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I Light" by Allitsen, with solo- a a night Such students may also add give the beast a bucket of suds - -

I I Isti Kans Klein hammer and Al PHOSPHATE 'SCRUBBERS' CLEAN THE AIR-Two

I Dennis"I ; "Softly The Silent "after icrubben" have been placed in operation at
I O Night by Winn" ; "Hear Ye Smith Doug I.. Co.'t Coron.t plant south of Plant City air conditioners

I "Be Mountains Thou Near by Williams" and are doing "a highly effective job In controlling fluorine .
1 1I 1I 1I 1I 1I 1I 1I 1I 1I 1i 1i 1i 1I Morgan; and "The Me Creation Lord by" emission," according to company officials Th. State SPECIALLY DESIGNED

I 1I by Richter.St. Board of Health hat dropp.d plant to cit. the company
I John's Methodist ChurchIs for pollution tine the scrubbers were installed at a coat
I of $110,000. FOR BEDROOMS !
I located! on Cyprea Gardens .
I Road at Lake Roy. Friends of
I the church and of the Egypt MM.
I Temple Shrine Chanters are In. Martin Firm To Display Missiles
I vited! to attend 1963
I A nursery wilt be providedfor -
I infants and small children ORLANDO--Production line A display of reduced-acale
I models of latest missile and models of the missiles manufactured
communications systems will by Martin In all divisions -
I be among "hardware" on display throughout the country
Westwood FFA next Saturday between 10 will be let up In the plant'a
a.m. and 4 p.m. at the Martin executive: ares

I I Company'a Day open annual house.Armed Forces SAVINGS I IN I TOWN u

i Sets BanquetThe Exhibits will Include theArmy's Dog Obedience MODAL Resale
surface to surface
i Per shim ballistic missile Club Meets

Westwood Junior High mounted on its transporter- In LakelandThe BEFORE YOU BUY . ALWAYS Tjjj/tf1jJ ROOM
i erector-launcher
School Imperial Chapter of : two modelsof AIR CONDITIONER
the Future Farmers of America the Navy-Air Force Bull-
I will hold its second annual pup air-to-surface missile with regular meeting of the CHECK THRIFTY I CITY for LOW- Btdreem Qultt. . Llhtwelht. . Inttanl Intlellatlenl
associated guidance, control, newly organized Imperial Polk
I Parent Son Banquet tomorrow and launch equipment; and both Dog Obedience Club will be SIc.'trcoot tonight,: I! The new 196)1 Thinetic with built-in side
I night in the school cafe- LOW PRI I C ES
vehicle-carried and "man- held tonight in the east room closure panels install indiintly'' m nanJaul iloublo-ush' HIM
I I torium beginning at 1:30: pack" models of Martin-Or of the Lakeland Civic Center dowi. Wotkj on any adequate' 111 I .\olt uuuii; dress nth
o'clock
I lando's RACEP sophisticated Meeting time Is I p.m. 7Vi amperes' -Ie" current than a toaster!
I Guest speaker for the event communications system. The meets each [.
group
TERMS
will be Claude Ridley, area In addition, open house guests month and is composed of people ::-.L::::=_ Ceels quietly EASY
will sea full-size cutaway end] '
supervising principal. models of Perching Bullpup.The whose dogs have successfully r I effectively UP TO MONTHS
completed a dog obedi e llgMw.lghl. -
The master of ceremonleiwill tour route through the
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be Ralph Williams, chapter Martin plant will also take visitors core ==_=_=== eeiy handle
president past the Pershlng production All persons Interested In :.-==1. 11 : AUTOMATIC COMFORT e Quietly temeveblefef tit THIir-TY CITY OI
Star Green Hand and Honorary line, where various sections tend dogs the have meeting.Algeria been Invtled. to at. 5 =======i"== CONTROL wlnlef -... A tow LOW rtici

will be Chapter presented Farmer during awards the scoot"of missile the 34-foot will"shoot-and-be on view =========L- Jut set the highly ,e"IIIly.e3rlr .
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banquet prior to final assembly. Blames _= (hststntayeabeai I There's a unit expressly



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President Ahmed Ben Rifle UCLUSIVC 0.I ROTAUY
I Friends & Voters said In Czechoslovakia Wednesday COMPRtSSOREngineered

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it i Wallace To Defy Ban





Speak At Little RockLITTLE \\umeam


ROCK. Ark. (UPI) conference in connection, with

( -- Former Ma). Gen. EdwinA the 10th anniversary of the
Walker, the indirect enforcer : U.S. Supreme Court decision
of Integration at Central outlawing. school desegregation QUALITY ES

High School In 157, will speakon the school board said it
the steps of the school could not permit school pro

despite a school board ban a perty to be used

spokesman laid Wedneaday Russell Matson, school r flea.. SUNBEAM ELECTRIC
The spokesman wa AmU board president, and Floyd "'Cio

Guthrldge, president of the Parsons, superintendent of . ROTARY MOWER
Capital: Citizens Council which schools, both laid the school 67SOI

la sponsoring Walker'a talk system did not permit use of
,
capaaity
W"L Large oa.ytoimpty
"'I know it la Gen. Walker'a facilities for DeW conferencewith grass lIa,.

personal Intention to hold his "political overtones." Powerful aunbtam luitilntiJ
press conference on the front ho? 4 cycle, ZEE t.rtangina. '
plt .
steps of Central High School," LBJ To PresentScholarships M '
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't1. a) laay / r control Choke
Cuthridge aald. "Our
plant t fait sow, .tog.
have not changed" ..
q .
/ t liinbaam / atart auto
IE A spokesman for Walker at !,; matte atart, responds In
WASHINGTON
I u r 11 -
no rope to pull
hit home in Dallas said the tinny
President .Tohnsrm will present
general was "out of town." Pence dais. Completely eon
presidential scholar" medallions ,
trolled by floating handlo-
The spokesman laid he did at the White House June ralao to go, lower for frtowKtollng.
not know where Walker could .
JO to more than 100 Youngsters
be reached. .needed" from among the na / Automatic flnper-Ilp hugMatfjuitmant '
,
all 4 wnooliPoiltlvt "
NEW SERVICE-Th. Exchange National Bank has completed two new drive In teller Walker commanded troop tion's 1964 high arisen! gradu- K. tooth
I ball
( gland
windows, giving them a total of five, all part of a $300,000 expansion program. Carol that were used to enforce integration ate. rrf drlvo no allppagonavar .
I Gretencord tries the new window, staffed :by Jun. Thurston at Central In 1957. The scholars will be selected puss adjusting.,
It was the first major use of by a commission headed by

federal troops to bring about Dr. Milton Eisenhower president
court-ordered school Integra of the Johns Hopklna

NATO Council Aswan Dam tion.Since University their names will 98,1t
Project then, Walker has said be announced June 3. The NOW

he was "on the wrong aide of honor It designed to reccog-
the diipute." nice the "Intellectual\ attain

Names Stikker When plant were first announced ment and potential cupabil- .
Advanced By Nikita for the talk, a news Ity" of each boy or girl. '

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Conciliator ASWAN U.AR (UPI) cal victory, a victory over the 'l14
Soviet Premier Nikita S. forces of Imperialism and co-

Khrushchev and U.A.R. President lonialism. He charged that
Gamal Abdel Nasser advanced Western nations exploit the ,
THE HAGUE (UPI) The
the Aswan Dam project ) developing countries through ,
North Atlantic
Treaty Organi
another step today by foreign aid. !
ration (NATO) Council has i ;
pressing a button to divert the
named outgoing Secretary
\
Nile River.
General Dirk U. Stikker to
Khrushchev said he dam Wall Street Chatter
act aa conciliator In an effortto .
presented a victory over colon NEW YORK (UPI8 Bache
head off war between
nialism. I Co. says that there appears
Greece and Turkey over Cyprus The two leaders were to be no major stumbling block
responsible NATO sources (\
laid cheered wildly when they re III the path of the stock market
today. turned to the dam site from It cites higher corporate
Stikker, the sources said
Aswan city for their second profits, a favorable money \F
hat been assigned "to keep in .
In two days. market and "all indications ...
ceremony
.
touch with" Greece and Turkey
Khrushchev and Nasser acknowledged pointing to a continuation of
on the one hand and the the acclaim by the present trend In the economy
NATO Council on the other ." ECONOMY ROTARY
clasping hands and raising
hand in a effort to "prevent
them above their heads.
deterioration "of the unity of By pushing the button Shearson, HammiU & Co. ELECTRIC TWIN BLADE ROTARY G92rful
the alliance, the sources looks for "rea
states that it a
Khrushchev and Nasser let off 1 Sunburn auitainatf 24 ha.. EZEI
said. sonably" firm stock market In REI84Powerful ,
dynamite that blew up a land THANKS earl A cycle engine
But an authoritative ipokes barrier and sent the river the foreseeable future The /unbeam 1 horaop.wor, seriesOrelt.r auatainad. usable horaapowor through' |
man denied categorically that brokerage house adds that It wound n/t0v automat' "flyball" lovtrnor. raiponoaInitantly
Stikker bat been named aa waters through six giant tunnels feels a substantial number of Lace ntaiMntco' -no gaa to buy or .,.r. mower won t tall In heavy grail,

"arbitrator," or that Greece, banks.carved In the rocky Issues offer excellent capital! It a mighty small word with which to try e Swing r........ov.ir.cO.n"r" Hindi! without givtl turning(.way, mower mowing

and Turkey have accepted him gains potentials. Among these around
to show the depths of appreciationfor 4988
In this capacity Soviet and Egyptian engineers it Includes oil, airline, railroad, my Twin diaenarga., chasten apraad clipping.avanly. .

The spokesman old Stik- blasted another sand steel machinery and chemi- your help, support and vote in my
barrier at the downstream
ker's.job simply wJI be touse cal Industry stocks .
his good offices as secretary end of the tunnels to return' reelection campaign.. So attach to thll"thanks" .. 6888
the river to its normal court SUNBEAM
general to try 'to persuade Stanley Heller & Co. IIY'that
Greece and Turkey not to let below the site Of the future; until activity broadens the my sincerest feelings and my

the crisis become more acute. dam.Today'a. market't short term performance promise to work ever harder to deservethe -
clearedthe hr,
The decision to assign Stilt operation may resemble more of a j'I QUALITY SPRINKLERS
ker as conciliator war reachedat way for the constructionof consolidation stage than the beginning confident you have displayed.
a one.hour "restricted" the second stage of the bile of a major advance. In
lion-dollar hydroelectric andIrrlatlon the J
session of the NATO Council order to reinforce pres e
project which the ent uptrend, the brokerage AMine Combee
this morning with only the for. ,
Russians are helping to finance house says, we would like to
eign ministers and two aides County Commissioner
and build.Khrahchev secondary
see many more
for each
present said Soviet aid stocks follow the leadership of Dist 5IM.
NATO sources laid It was
to the Aswan Dam marks "a the "blue chips"
agreed that NATO should step tremendous moral and politi I '.1. Ad"
up itt efforts to head off war

between Greece and Turkey : -II I'1 'a' : at :.J : rt .. aJLJBiLJ I -iLLJLm' : I f 7' i .*
both of which are NATO mem I u ni ***** **iia *mm***** tm .
ber atates.But WEEKEND __ 1.-.. ?

the sources said it was RIDER MOWER /. r"/

agreed at the same time .

NATO itself should not become 20" PORTABLE .
Involved directly In / 25" SWATH CUT K4c
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peace-msking moves in Cyprus WINDOW

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it primarily a United Nations STRATTON. 4 CYCLE I
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local firm la doing a boomingbusiness 0 POSITIVE ACTION i NOW bas
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U 82 per cent nothing I ,, .
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Mllllpore Filter Corp.'. porous ELECTRIC ROTARY l'l'

cellular plastic membrane has M COMPARE PRICE RE77 .
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beer
aught a. a _ _ _ speeds Specflcallo, ,
merely a, fond dream t 4000 CFM' circulating e
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tueblaM ,
PwMut 7/a horeesewer e rlee ,
among brew master. and. quarters. t > 2100 CFM" ventilating wwnmeter

8 8 I to 1 po.itiv'as reduction drive ortvldrtvarat \
Four beer firms, two In Pittsburgh 9 8 Adjuslablr window panel pews ID touch mewing ,,
one In Chicago and one Model R.4 NOW *WP.iav.ll.bl. for this tan atarta at the ins of the owitaN -

In Boston, are now Altering
their brew Instead of boiling It 4 PK
In the pasteurisation proc r 1887
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WE WILL I DON'T M MISUO IT .

Iear AItIt)y . MEET BEAT r SO-CALLIO DISCOUNT
o. STORES! PRESCRIPTION PRICES

One Mother's Heartache -1- ALL LOCAL PRICES \yl PC MOT '
men ooo THRU SUNDAY wi usiivi THI IIGHT TO LIMIT QUANTRFIII .eA n ..::
PLUS GIVE YOU -'

Abigail V IlHron *yt BO MOT e4__ ""ee""
aft S&H GREEN STAMPS : "
pfeec "
NORTH GATE SHOPPING
CENTER Ond == She price : ethers,
...* brb. .U tW pete fr.* tile
DEAR ABBY. PkNSSeprint test.. I lee.. ,..- .M w14h fh..d WINTER HAVEN'S NO. I SHOPPING CENTER WLAQ... ...b.N.ve. Tees be.. pro.
will spare some other m.aNr the Mlybe tot'i'in e pe.en ..4 we will .... w pelnee will ev.ee.
llUffert'd heartbraapt het Uc.l .. I few w Lw.r fA..r tfnfi
I. my turn* rk
the *
mother
When of a retarded lOG. DEAR "TOUCHY": Ml n along with Umrtk! ItM ) I !I. this ore M my
he : fourwemai's ny Nw.In
wa very r* OPEN TIL I 10 1 P M
ygtag my family : : .
doctor trill to and lit) latWo. Doa't Invite them again 0 1U See.'psl L -'
pi III
me
institution, but I loved him put 10 dearly the boy I i to could 811 until they .have l Invited yon> :

not bear the thought or pulltne! him aw.,. I . . _
thought I could give him the he
10 I kept him at home' I didn't rare know bow needed, DEAR ABBY: Unfortunately 110 to the same I r'
It was. \* the years passed, he developed beauty shop M the woman who owns and manage Restaurant Specials *
normally physically r1 he began to take the apartment building I live In. My problem LV IS MOUTHWASH
One day ) IlUle to that that woman !tells. the beauty operatorall 5 6 FRIDAY
oldtneighbor gjrl and tried to rape /her. 11-yw- my business while she gets her wash and set Ii
was so terrible for our f.Suly. My The boy outcome II- It'. a Mlfhborhood shop, and many of my 15.0 OZ. BOTTLE . . . . . 8c SIZE . . . . DEEP FRIED FILET
now Jn an institution. branded friends go (beef, too, and they all listen In while'
only listened to as a rapt. this landlady blabs all my personal business j
nett have my forty tbto Would :
ed. advW'i of and especially about the family arguments she 1 HADDOCKComplete
retarded children to r=all : heart The beauty operator not only eats It up
they
about
their problem. but pumps her for more What can be done
HEAIiTSICKDEAR about this* ANTIBUSYBODIESDEAR TV TRAY TABLES WICKER BASKET 82cSATURDAY

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HEARTSICK: Thank for ONI IUJHII MIX CAN
letter you your ANTI: You cast shut landlady k... II. TY
II 1& hrlps up your trey
worth the spare just It Is one For newspaper. beauty shop here the operator dorta'l frail
Information regarding the problems of retarded MCh.l..f WITH HANDLES
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children, write to: National Association on the domestic scraps of others IeesslIwl W
KIWG d.siq..d DIAL( P0I LAUNDRY IASKIT.COMPARI
for Retarded Children: Dep't. TW. Sal Part . .
Avenue South, N. Y. SIZE C. I. "d MEAT1AKEDLOAF
II N. Y
CONFIDENTIAL TO F, G, B.t Your letter wltll..t ...... .
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e was a dandy, but tot lone t. print. I agree *lth 7 7C
DEAR ABBY How you. To sum It up: "What we don't spend en IMt
: many time should
Invite I couple to dinner when, they have never you education today we will ipend en penal Inalllu- 9 9' "'\ Complete 82c
lions tomorrow
I t"
had bark I I"
you Invited a certain couple to my COMPAIR TO
Home for small dinner parties on three separate . sl.tYALISIS
occasions In this past year, and they never In. Get it off cheat Fcr a persons!, unpublished
your
vited us back I
my husband suggested am planning I Invite another this couple party I told and reply, write to ABBY, Box 69700,

returned him I would the not invitation.Invite them My husband again until sayi they I Los self-addressed Angeles, Calif.envelope.90069. Enclose a stamped, .I Folding Sun CotPortable '"I MOTH BALLS 19 J

shouldn't be so "touchy." Abby these people . o S LB. BOX . . . .
I a Lightweight
have entertained many times that I know about,
For Abby'i booklet, "How To Have A Lovely e Plaid Sara Fabric
and my Intuition tells me they could have In '
Wedding send 50 cents to Abby. Box 69700 ; -
.J-III.PolI.h.dAIII"llIlImFrom. '
vited us if they had wanted to. What do you Lot Angeles, Calif 90069. CAR SHOE SHINEHOLDER
say? 0 McNcufht CyndlMU, lite ,IU47 SEAT

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Elects Brosio f rAluE I8 j



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1Y North TIlE Atlantic HAGl'E Treaty I('PII l -Organs The CAROID & BILE SALTS 72/0 It COMPARI fl.tl TALUS TO 1'


tatiun (NATO) Council unanimounly BOTTLE OF 100'S . . . $1.23 SIZE .
elected l Italian
Ambassador to Paris ManlluBrutM COOLER CHEST
ai the alliance new
sc ELECTRIC 'ICE CREAM COOUR CHIC MA.

Brosio succeeds Dirk 0! Stik RECORD TURIN NIW. IAMTTMIMCT
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POR PIC.NIC .
I.'r! of The Netherlands, who retires il
FREEZER I. IIACHIS.
Au,. 1 after three year.In POLE TRAVIIIN *,
the alliance's No 1 spot 1 Newt! Mo... 4 h. COATING. CAMP.
The appointment was approved of dellclow aWfaihlantd GRIP HANOU1.
JON 5I COMPim WITH 1 RICORORACK .
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INS 'I'HI" ,
at three hour secretteuton
a .
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fcT. .U.7.. RRAII FINISH. AD. : t l
I )/all/rMYII > I 4 : ;' "" of the council this morn JUSTAIll MII..MT$. A MUST cream . quickly, ,'. .
"Bascomb won't be In today-he's seasick" ingThe Pot PTIRT HOME THAT HAS tmlly 9 J s
election of Brosio came A RICORD PLATIR. 14
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said the United Mates and 44 COMPASS r"..I r VALUE ''' Y'
Britain had failed lo persuade 4 TO "' 14.88 TO SUI
France to Join an agreement tltl
WI FJJAVEN NAB jUR barring the further. spree ofnuclear '

weaponsThe
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sources laid Secretary of TABLETS
LUXURIOUS WATERFRONT APARTMENTS V77 State Dean Ruik and Britlnh 79c

1 16 2 Bedroom 1,1'2 Baths Foreign Secretary R A Butler . . .
divcussed the issue Tuesday GAS CAN BOTTLE OF 100'S $1.29 SIZE .
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EXCLUSIVE FEATURES with French Foreign Minister
CONDO.MID I I-UM: DEED & TITLE POLICY TO EVER'-APT. Maurice Couve de Murville In
Guaranteed Delivery for December I a meeting on the sideline of .' r

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The sources said Couve debarring 90 can with fleilble sport }
From 10,750 'l45 par IBltl1 the further spread of for tatter pourlnq, metal I ILeakproofl
.Ile! Agent A J. Lynd urvllle remained noneommlttal h RICH: LIQUIDS HOT 01 COIR
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DAilY NEWS-CHief, Thursday, May 14. 1964 Pig. inn

Are Residing In Pennsylvania ,.. :L_._.No&gay_ ainmBl&oruP r.a Garden?'<4",iaw4A&i Club t> a'1x3.Installs


Mr and Mra ,I Burt K Shot.
ton Jr ire now making their LuncheonThe
During
New Officers
home S3* East Euex Avenue.
ansdowne. Pa following I their
wedding trip to Toronto, t an,
ada activities of the .**W the school driveway to the nag.
The couple exchanged \ ()ws Garden Club far *. ... .** pole .IB front. Members ha v.
April 11th In the Bethany I't, year were coMMd win a ,don !fee edftas and w*!jtrirthemselves
byterian Church of Havnt wn, luncheon held InbI Florida during special wnrk
Pa. with the Rev \\ilUr", II Room of the Nana Hotel "parties".
Wellman officiating The hlfhlifht of the meeting Mrs Robert B. Hancock, n--
The bride it the form' r 1 l' was the installation of new ottcera. tiring president, was in char ,.
Maine MacNeUl l. ilauUt t,t" c! They are: Mra Wayne of the luncheon Each mctnUr
Mr. and Mn Edwin W eta Buctawr, president; Mrs. E. P. received gardenia corsage a s
i Neil of Havertown Pa Mi :M f. Robert Jr., first viet president a tavor. The table were dw-
ton if the eon of Mr and M t : Mra B. A. Gregory orated with lowly spring flow.
Burt K. Shotton of Winter Haven second vice president; Mra. B. ems
t Lynn Manolx, recording secretary -
10. .. L t Mrs Bucktwr was present
Given In marriage by her --..., and Mra R. Larry Young, the award as the most vsluaMt
father, the lovely" bride wore aneiqulilte \ 011. treasurer club member.
formal gown of _bite It The beautification project of
organia appliqued with Chin \ \ 'f' the club has been the landscaping Members attending the lunrti-
French of Westwood Junior Hit* eon were Mesdames Robert B
tllly lace. Her veil of '
Illation wu held by n petal- ,- . School, including the purchaseand Hancock, B A. Gregory, I R<
She carried i! Installation of additional Larry Young, Wayne Buckner
shaped headpltre.of white orchkti and l = / palm tree and the maintenanceof Keith E. Ray, E. P. Rotor
n spray the chubbery on the school Jr., B Lynn Mannlx, Richard
white rosebuds. :
made to Martin, Ed McLendon .
maidof grounds. Plans were ,Ren L'' +
Miss Suzanne Firth was
plant a border of colorful annuals ett, Joseph A. Meisch and M
honor and bridesmaid were
r the walkway from Cheryl Waldrop
along
Misses Judith Anne Hardy, NEW OFFICERS of the Nosegay Garden Club hne been Installed. Thrao
Grayce Heffie Kathleen MCrotaon The<' h ears plctur.d here with the retiring president, Mrs R. B. Hancock. Seated ,left
and Sharon
honor attendant wore Kelly a royal to right, Mrs B. A. Gregory, second ; Mrs Hancock, Mrs E. P.
blue formal sheath with powder Roberts Jr., first vice president and standing, Mrs W E. Buckner, president,

blue organza oversklrt
The bridesmaids gowns, in powder .
blue taffeta, were fashioned Auxiliary To Assist In Building OAILY MCWSCMICPCouple ,
like that of the honor attendant .

Program Of Winter Haven
Jell Vandevere was best man V HospitalThe ,
and uiheri were Walter Me r "t'r.
Nulty Jr.. Eugene Sullivan, Winter Haven Hospital amount will be allocated ove .
Larry Riggt and Edwin Mac- Auxiliary bit decided to work a aeven.year period, and fund
Nell JrDonna. -- toward the goal of $100.000 in will be derived from the sale

Zackey was flower MRS. BURT K. SHOTTON JR. support of the new building In the Snack Bar, television
Frank David program of the hospitaL This rentals, baby picture service,
flower girl and _..._." -. "...._ __'.m ...." ..._._w.. .. .
MtcNelU was ringbearer gift shop and the annual Hospital
A reception was held In the 'k'I Ball and card party ear
Carnival Room. I Around The Towns This and other matter were a4tt. hDILLIi ., ate
For her wedding trip, the discussed when members met dial t
mow- F
bride suit with In the Junior Chamber ;
wore a pink Tuesday
pink and white acceisorlei James Mann Is Graduated From Junior College!' pf Commerce Building fora
Mr and Mrs Shotton ire covered dish luncheon and Honored 'l, '
both employed by Wyeth Lab. 1jj business session _.
oratories in Radnor, Pa With Buffet
JAMES MANN, son of Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Mi inn, received an Associate Mr*. H. L. Dugger an

New ArrivalsMr of Arts degree at the commencement exercises of Cenl'tral Florida Junior CollegeThe nounced that the Auxiliarynow Dinner Party
has 126 members Mrs
in Ocala this week.Mr .
and Mrs. II. G. Cherry Darwin Carrell reported that
of Waverly are the parent ofa and Mri. Steve McDon Mr and Mrs Harvey BrownIng Young People's Department member had contributed over Mr and Mrs Walter Cunningham
ton born at 1:02: p.m. yetlerday aid have been called to Mar. have left for their home in of the First Baptist 2,100 service hours in the ho. entertained at their
In the Winter Haven Ho*' Khanville, N. C. due to the tud Detroit, Mich. after spendingthe Church will have supper par. pital gift ahcp since its openIng home on Lake Cunningham thin Morrison's "menu" really wakes FREE
pital The baby weighed seven den death of the latter's broth. spring and winter season ty and study course, tomorrow week with I lovely dinner partyIn "ho-hum" irresistibleCHILD'S PLATE
pounds, seven and a half ounc cr. Charles Martin here. night at the First Baptirt honor of Mitt Doris Brown appetites. Its an year' N10bN
ei. Church. John Haygood and Dexter Mrs. J. B. Miller Jr., service and J. C. Corbin who are to be display of good things to eat Colorful Children 12 ens ands
Danielt Jr., superintendents, chairman, awarded 100- married In early July.
The Rev James N. Barnett, salads. Hearty meats. Tantalizing with p arson get
pastor of the First Christian urge all members of the department hour service pin to Mn. sea fates
Church of Winter Haven, and to arrive promptly at Russell McMUlsn and Mrs. Pink and white carnationsand foods. Tempting vegetables. Bright
Dr John P, Golden, left this 8:30 p.m. The Rev. Charles Horton Harry Smith. Mrs Joe lighted white tapers were desserts. If the sight of i it doesn't make SPECIAL
morning for Ocala where they pastor of the First Baptist Keefe, Mrs. Orb Hayes and used in the decorations of the STEAK NIGHTS
will attend the 73rd annual Church of Lake Alfred, will be Mn. R. H. VanDusea were party roomi A gift of china, you hungry, the captivating.f f food Sat b Sun
Nights
State Convention of Christian the guest speaker and will teach presented with add pear and a corsage of white and pink fragrances will. Appetite appeal just .
Services. the bookThese Things We Be. pine Mrs. Dugger's was In carnations, were presented to of the 11. Ib.SlrlokSLltone ,
Ileve" recognition of l.too boon the bride-elect. happy differences at Fist Mignon 19C
Morrison's 1fZ Ib Chopped Sirloin, 4.qC'SiIrI.f920.
John P. Bvrdeshaw of Polk
Tractor Company I I. In Vienna, Little Mitt Tammy Smith, Mrs Otis Hayes announcedthat Invited guests were Mr and .No r.L..ANlJMlrn lJ,.
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Ga? home of the Southern daughter of Mr.and Mrs James 1.068 Pinky Puppets were Mrs Reginald Baker, Mr. and
TalnlngCenter of Tractor and Oi "Sonn,"*Smith suffered distributed in the Pediatrics Mrs W E, Coker, Mr. and
Implement Operations, Ford a broken arm/thlg. week In a Ward during the past year Mrs Mack Brown, Mr and I I I
Motor Company, to participaten fall. Mrs H. C Stephens installed Mn Hall Farmer, Mra Nell IJJII n
three days of intensive product the recently elected of. Butler and Mri Virgie Bacon
and sales training on the Mr. and Mrs Glen Hicks fleers for the ensuing year. Miss Linda Butler, Albert
235 W Central Ave. operation and features of Ford and children Kandi and Gin They are, Mr. J. B. Miller Harris
Tractors and Equipment. Jr., will spend the weekend in Jr., president; Mr*. Robert W. Central at 2nd Street, N.W.
Tallahsssee Hoenshel. first vice president;
DOLLAR SAVINGS Miss Nancy Plemoni, daugh Mr*. Dugger, Second vice
ter of Mr. and Mrs J. P. Plem- Mr. and Mrs. Leon Porterof president; Mrs V. Johnstone,
one, was admitted yesterday to Columbus, Ohio, have arrived recording secretary; Mrs W. _ STOREWIDELAMP
DAYS the Winter Haven Hospital to spend the next three R. Padgett, corresponding secretary ff

weeks visiting friends They are ; Mrs Paul Baschon, 1
The Woman's Christian Temperance former residents of this city treasurer and Mrs Van T.
Union will meet at
Burnette, historian
SAVE 1/4 tt5: a.m. Tuesday in the chap Mra. Joe Williams and daugh.ters .

el of the Beymer Memorial Gail and Missy have Members attending the session '
.
Methodist Church. Mrs Preston moved from Polk were Mesdames H L.
SAVE 1/3 Duncsnion will review achapter Lakewood
their new home In Dugger V. Johnstone, Van T. S
from the study book, a i 1S
Estates, at 121 Lake Otis Road Burnette, J. E. Keefe, R. C. re "
and Miss Frieda Poston will
SAVE 1/2 and More give the devotionals. Stephens, Gene Dugger, J. B. nr
Miller Jr., Paul Baschon, continued
Mrs Nasal Burgees former Burke Cbtlds, Frank :Zeller
I resident and her mother, Mrs Church Women Jr. R. A. McMillan, M. J.
Drosses Shifts Carl Fielden and her sister, Arnold, Gene Marottl, Ronald
Mrs Mildred Baikette, have returned Close SeasonThe B. McKlnnis, A G. Hancock
Sportswear Ltng.rieItlll to Knoxville, Tenn., after Mallle Bozeman, Lewis Clark,
visiting their many friends John Ballentine, C. A. Egbn. Frankly, we're-overstocked.! Several shipment,
In Winter Hsven Women' Association of Ambrose Chambers Otis which we id not expect until later this month
/ L Hope Presbyterian Church met Hayes. have arrived and have so crowded our store that
its last meeting of the season we have decided to move them out aL greatly
Mesdames Amiel Keidel reduced price.
What Summer with Following the business meet. May Alexander, John Walker. We want to eenphaetae these
a lovely are not
Ing. interesting film, "The Win lamp, bought for
of Augusta Nash," was shown R. H VanDusen, Darwin Car. I sale, but osrtMy selected:
tell Eleanor Scott, H. Max decorator lamps winch .u regularly from
cool fragrances by Dorothy Gray The annual Summer Medical Vines, Cecil Amonette, Frank l4.50 to 119.00.

Offering was taken, after the Boynton. R. C. Truett, W S. I
President, Mr. Frank :Zeller, Dunn, W A. Berry Roy I. EVERY LAMP IN STOCK
explained the purpose for Knudsen, J. K. Enxor Jr.. Virginia SPECIALLY

which the money I II to be used Marotti. Anthony lute PRICED FOR THIS EVENT!
t kamp, Frank C. Wardwell,
Refreshments were served by Kenneth W Jackson Bernard Not
a single lamp held back
Mrs Marvin Burdette'i Circle Smith W. R. Padgett and marked down fw Every lamp In our amore: will he
No 1. Min Bertha Perry either singles this sale. Hurry for the bed seiectkn JL
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Hot Weather Cologne P Mehl wash sr.a. . law .>.. ... "I.M !
Medal A.'M .......tffWtw. laws ls d.1. till M : VALVES TO 36.95e :

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Cool uch Cologne $102 Aerosol Cologne $1Q J,
USED GROANS .. AB Mae SFECULLYFRICEO
W* do MANY ....4 .I.seroie l .r..M to ,.kt. fre... .* $ 18 95
Dusting I'o\vcer$125$2$0! tOW LOW MICH' l.r.,. C**.. All.. n..... see, ,

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lyefl('ate floral rolngm to '|>lath on after your bath-Cool Touch to Au. ee asy ......1 l.r.s- $1110 d.s 1oo.II..i..

keep in your pUlSe or link for a refreshing fragrance break Or, NEW sad UnD PIANOS

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J Workshop Meeting Next Week


V Of Women's Club Federation


.g.14 Rrpresentabvei of the aiuh dent of hilt County Junior
< ui Polk and Highlands Collet. !II the 'past-luncheon
ne t Miniie forming District Nine gavel ....kr. During the morning 1f
'rkHe t t the Florida Federation of workshop Mrs J R Glov
W"men', clubs will assemble. er. Immediate Past President:
I next Thursday In Frostproof of the Federation, will talk on
lor (he annual workshop meet 'Federation Education." Mr
eras 11.&. with the Frostproof Worn Franklin B Nott of St Petersburg
an's Club hottest and Mrs FFWC Public Affair'
- Paul E. Braddock of Auburn. Cfatroua, on a subject not \ of
Y.
e dale. District Director prendIWfMering announced; Mrt Eugene Bnrria
r IDC. of Frostproof. State Consent
"dIp and a social: half ttoo Chairman, member of the
hour will be held between 9:30: Ifrtdqutrters committee and
and W 'clock Mn B. J. New District Nine Fine Aria chairman

\- man of Barlow, District Direr win give pointers on entering x
9. tor of Junior Clubs, will\ be In the Fine Arts Festival
charge of the Junior clubs' partIn contests. Mra, Ilelen Pearce of
rr the program. Mri T. L Polk City VIee-Pre.kIt'nt of the
's Hodnon of Lakeland, Chaplain Polk County Federation' will
.'r1 w
1 / wilt give the devotional. represent that group
Dr F. T LenfesJey, PreaiMock.Sanchey Mrs. Theon Hart Scoring of
s Srbrinf, Immediate Put Diitrfct
'h. .e +w 'dvrf Director will heed an In.
formal discussion On the pan.
I el are Mrs. Jack Gurnett of 0'
Winter haven Mn Nott. Mrs
J IJ AT EASTERN STAR EVENT Mr. and Mrt. Johq Calvin Braddock and Mri. Newman. 5. f -- .
A musical program win be
Sanchey Jr. are making their pro
I W. W. Ogden Jr., Worthy Patron; Mr, Robinson, Worthy Grand Matron, home here at 761 Bates Avenue of vided by Mrs. Alan lien 'nwsy THE GUTTERING YEARS -
and Mri. Eugene Freed, Worthy Matron SW following their weddingtrip Frostproof
: to West Palm Beach. Serving on the director's staff The theme of the 1964 Beta Sigma Phi convention, inspired Mrs James Murphyto
I Worthy Grand Matron The couple exchanged vows are 101,.. Grunrtt, Parliamen make hats for all Winter Haven sorority maters who will attend the event hit
Official Visit HereMri at seven p.m. on April 3rd In tartan; 11,.. Edwin L GI.... weekend at the Jack Tar Hottl in Clearwater Winter Haven will be wall represented

Homer Robertson, Worthy tive of Colorado. Mn L. DavU dausli Club, In charge Punch the Central Baptist Church with, cock, Mrs of Auburndale Secretary and everyone else will know for sure where titty are from Getting ready
Grand Matron, of the Grind Grand Representative of cookie and open face landwlches the Rev. R. D. Hodges official Park, Invitations S. F Elkhifl of Avon when this picture was taken, are, left to right, Mrs Murphy, Mri. Reid '..r..",
Ing at the double-ring sere. Chairman; Mn, Robert Ferguson ud Mrs, Arnold SUorti ell mombort of Chapter.
Chapter of Florida, made her Manitoba, Mrs. L e a t r Ie. were served from beautifully and Mrs. James R. Thomson Sigma
official visit to Winter Haven Cox, District 14 Chairman of decorated tables. mony. of Lakeland Preat
Chapter No. T4, Order of the the 0. E. S. Magazine and Mr*. The bride Is the former Mist Luncheon reservations In ancient Israel the bride's
Eastern Star Tuesday evening. Evelyn Jett, Grand Represent. Shelba Jean Mock daughter of go to Mrs R. B. Watson should P Jayceltes EnjoyThe Supper Meetingheld wedding robe had a blue border
Wahneta Girls Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Mock. Mr.
The Worthy Grand Matron ative of New Mexico. 0. Box Egg, Frostproof, telephone . signifying purity fidelityand
Sanchey Ii the son of Mr. and
welcomed and tested In Corsages for the love
wit evening 6954506 monthly of the
by May 17 meeting Tuesday evening at the
Club Mrs. C. W. Hoffman.
Officers
East, and impressive made
the an were by Mesdames, E. Winter Haven Jaycettea was. home of Mrs Eddie Smith A
courtesy wu prevented! in her Nelson, George Kadel and E. E. Nuptial music was' presentedby .
Are Elected Miss Kilts Mock, buffet dinner which wu followed GRADUATIONCards
konor. The courtesy was under Darnell. Approximately 17* vocalist Telephone Etiquette Is Program by a profitable White Elephant
the direction of Mr. W. B. members and viilton attend. and Mrs. R. D. Hodges, organist Sale.
t Craig and Mrs II. S, Mullin. ed the Mrs. Edna been .
meeting.A Wise has
Given in marriage by her Given For Group Of Bank Women The door prize for the eve Books
ii. The Star Points placed banquet was held in the elected president of the Moth. nine was won by Mm Frank -
flower in a Beaket-ilat and dining room of the Masonic era' group of the Wahneta Girls father, the bride wore a street Sleelh.Memben.
this was presented to the Wor Temple preceding the meeting Club. Other new officers are: length dress of white lace over Presiding<< over the 2nd annual really the huh of communication atten ling the meetIng Party Goods
thy Grand Matron. Chance with Mri. C. II. Ortt at chair Mri. William Dix, vice preiident. taffeta with a scalloped neckline meeting of the year of of a business Her points were Mra Roy Beasley. !
Hnibaodf, soloist, tang a solo man. The tables were dec. Mrs. Bess Harrison, and short tleevei Her veil the Gulf Central Group of the were dramatically illustrated Mrs Aldo( Msrchettl, Mrs Gifts
and Mn. Derewood Zieske wan orated with baskets of flowers treasurer; Mrs. Joyce Knowlei, was of Illusion and she carried National Aiiocrlitton of Bank bv large color cartoons A George Flack Jr. Mn Jam. :
narrator and publicity. a white Bible with a white orchid Women-held Saturday. May film was alas shown
May Polei at focal point es 1'ierson MM L. D. Tuck "COMEffi .
Other Grand Officer present Favors were small May Bas Joyce Knowlei ii the newly 9th. at the Causeway Inn at er Mrs. Clifford Moore, Mrs. us'
were, Mri. I. Keen, Associate kets in white with blue, yellow elected president of the Girls Mils Diane Mock was maidof Tampa was Mm. Myla Harmon Member of .the Gulf Central Frank Sleeth Mu Stanley ..... ..
Grand Oonductren and Mrs. green and red trim. Club and her slate of officersfor honor for her sister, and Assistant Cashier of the Croup In this area are Friedman and the 11011.... sae ....
V. Boyte, Grand Chaplain. A musical program under the the coming year include: Mist Sandra Sanchey waibndeimiid. Northside Bank of Tampa. Mrs Marlorle S. Campbell,
Past Grand Matrons of the direction of Mri. George K. Patty Curtis, secretary, Sharon During the regular builneiiifision Mrs. W. G Eons, and Mri
Grand Chapter of Florida prei Barber was presented at the Byrd, treasurer Mill Matilda Ray Freeman aerved ai best Slate Chairman Mri. June D. Williams of The -
ent were: Mesdames Rob Oglei- banquet. Ralph Smith, soloist, Helnrich ia director of the club man and ushers were Roy E Helen R. Hiyman Assistant American National Bank In How Do You Choose A Kindergarten?
by, B. Brandon, W B. Craig was accompanied by his wife and Earl Dodson, principal of Mock, Jimmy York and Der- Vice President of the Exchange Winter Haven: Mrs. Marcia
George Bryaon, A. T. Race and and Mri. Louis Bass, also a the Wahneta School, Ii president rail Mock. National Dank In Dayton of the Exchanfe National 1, CIITIHID. TIACHIR WITH A FLORIDA TIACHINftCHTIFICATI
E. Dobion. Past Grand Patrons soloist, wu accompanied by of the Board of Directors. A reception was held at the Tampa, discussed plant for the Bank of Winter Haven: .
present were C. R. Lucas, R. ber husband. Mrs Pat Jack. All activities of the club will home of the brides parenti State NABW meeting< to beheld Mrs Hate! M Walrott. and 1.. SMALL CLAtf.I. .
W Sanford, Marvin Allen and ion, accordionest, played several close the latter part of June for The bride wu graduated from September II1 20 at the Miss Hobble L Dunion of the UNIVIRSITT STANDARDS FOR LUININft MOARAM.
Lewis Z. Kent. Other distinguished ) selections including the summer the Winter Hiven High SchoolIn Causeway Inn. with the Culf Lake Region! Pink of Commerce ONLY
waltzes. 1963 and Is employed In the Central group as the host Mrs Helen R Prarkel
guests present were
City of Winter Haven water department Theme of the Convention will of the People' thank of Au-
Mri. Edna Taylor Grand Instructor A social hour was' enjoyed In Merry Moppets KindergartenHAS
of District 14, Mri.Mulllnax. the dining room with Mri Mal. Her husband la employed be "Batting a 1,000 In our burndale Mrs Campbell and.
St. Johns by Imperial Roofing bank work In our friendships Mri Enns attended the meetIng
Grand Representa lie Bozeman. president Wimo- ALL THRU RCOISTER NOWI
I. Company. and In all\ aituittnni" Special and extended an Invitation
Il"r Classes Enjoy r' glint 111'11bf\ Mri Marie to the Chairman to hold the CY J.nn oyCY: 4 1210 I r

Jan-Phyl Auxiliary. Poland, Regional Vic Prenl- July meeting In Winter Haven

KEEP COOL. Supper MeetingThe dent of the Southeastern DI. I .. .
The Jan Phyl) Ladles Auxilary vision of NABW
. met at the home of Mrs. Program Chairman Mri
Alderigate and Adult
Bible
James C. \Hunter Tuesday with Kay Cummings (Assistant
Classes of St John'i Meth.
Mrs. George Thornhill ai co- Cashier of The Seminole Dank who builds the
odist Church held
a Family
.
hostess In Tampa) Introduced Mrs
Covered dish Supper In the Mrs. Alfred \Hubbard reported Carol Bower of General Tel..
Church Dining Room this week
with the Young Adult Clan aigueiti on the card party to be held phone Company, who described Better Homes & Gardens
e tomorrow evening, at eight the telephone ai the "Voice
The supper committee o'clock at the Fire Station. I.,' of Your
Bu.ln'II".lIplaln.dhow
consisted of Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth eryone ia Invited, and those the use of the phone Improperly /
M
Skinner
Mrs
Wickard Harry planning to attend are to take and Mri. Leon Scon-
own cards. work., rather than adding! to @tC91 (Mice

yen.The program planned to emphasize The front gates of the Village the preitXe. that It It s beautiful
National Family Week were discussed, and It was decided public relations tool and
to ahead with some
go recommended
i I| was introduced by Mrs Jerry that you identifyyourself
v. besutificat'-m' that the Auxilary
both on Incoming and
I Ting, a member of the Commission
I on Education. could afford. outgoing cape, explained delayi home ?
The movie, "Worship a Family Those attending the meeting In personnel answering
Heritige", portraying the and enjoying apple pie ice rills, transfer calls promptly
Christian Influence In every. cream, Russian tea and coffee time tip rentlv -Ihsf It Ii

day life; In happiness and tor- were Mesdames Emerson DU-
row. and in every phase of len, Luciin Sykies, James Pearce .
development in the \life of a Richard (ollini, George DON'T WAIT UNTIL IT'S TOO LATE
modern family... both entertaining Thornhlll. Lent Aliter. Alfred
NEwFEDDERS and initructive Mrs H u b b a r d, George Hick m ID,
WITH THIS James Connelly, Roy Croiimin,
Ting closed the meeting with a

ROOM AIR CONDITIONER I .L word of prayer tttllltilllltllt. Robert AddkUon and Carlll.cll.- COME TO CONOMY'S SALE NOW




Ladies' Shoes DRESS MIN'S PANTS


MOSTLY FLATS user W..II..4 our
Red, lone, Ladies' Belts I Infants Dresses used,. !,,.. II 41.
lUck, Whit Vsfeet. t. SMS

Sixes A Mylfl-Colort I to 10 . $267 t.11111.4 10% Off 63" 87" NOW .$59



Mens Work Pants I Ladiu'Tenni.Sbofi BOYS' SHIRTS Walking MINI Shorts

y Khab LOAFERS
STILL er HAVE Gny $177 Sport e* Knit SPORT f 07
MOST SIZES S267 TIES Stylei. Yd*** $167 DENIM 01 01Sll

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LADIES' HATS Diaper Shirts
darul pr.r 'n."W"e.a' : ...... III SHIRTS
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ew=alti.a.f 1emw wheel I Tw air .yeast.,' IcA tu hea............ 110I. .daytlne rrtiia' 'Iulrf...u n.air. OTHERS teases SM7 NOW 79c Rubber 2 far Yeiaee .. U.I. $237

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1' Yaw the wee ivery.dda5 pnd.rted by ore POLO
Briefs
fI'I"Wreea mmj vm n_. Oui M-IUO: K.mmS .. If you espy) the plcuurn of fmr 57c Only IQrj Seamless
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FOR FAMILY Ai'or vhinflr" lovely Girls' Capris
storit* and decorating s ot>l- hi
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FEDDERS PRICES :goose epiercearly y
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SAVINGS ba'a 4vt Ao SA4pJbnw o/6rttt/ ug f 7WI [

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Cops Puzzled E44 I

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Over MotiveSOUTH CLEARANCE SALE !

PITTSBURG Tenn.UPIAuthorttlea SALE PRICES GOOD THRU SATURDAY .
( mid blood- We Ne mevi.g) Yeti we ere saeIM ew wenkear..d eWe* p. wr
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AT ALL ECKEHD U.f. 1kNh to Cteerweter.' In erd.r e.IMMt.
DRUG Nigbwey
STORES
hounds would be brought into ew MIMinf a .
the SMrch today tor the "per- .acuity treeapertetieu ef _...*... we meet clef ki

son or persons" who shot the -WHILE QUANTITIES LASTheel. ..ew. 'I'l wenkem ntlc. ckele* Mid" .Se.""knee.._ yew tk. ....chaise ee Mlel.t.l reelly Hurry
wit of t prominent doctor without ... OMttMM UmltWI
spptrmt motive.The .
body of Mrs. Csrolvn ,
Huron, 43, mother of three. ,

her was husband found early, Dr. Wednesday J. B. Havron by, CHARCOAL After share C

and her youngest son, DJana, GRILL AQUA-VELVA bottl-.*'. lotlo..c-01.4( ) | 7
8, a second grader. I at, aseta". err.e.ANut. ., .
Sheriff Ernest Haskew said bit .rill M5.5.a
bout 10 officers, Including two 5*1.1.
.n. N.r IN. .d
state Investigators, searched A .... ell ..N rybw Extra strength pain r.ltv! *
the Plttsburg Mountain area fcorri of 60 tablet 62H
Gomp.n EXCEDRIN er- !-
Coroner R.H. Hall ruled Mrs. $$ Reg. 93c. (limit 1)
Havron was murdered "by per t9.93
sons or person unknown."Hall _
said "we hsvenM found a mo- e
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tive. All her Jewelry and rings Mouth wash largt slit
were still there." LAVORIS 15.5-ai. botrl-..'. 89e. 59C
Havron, on duty at the South (limit 1)).
Plttsburg hospital was away StalnUit Steel
from the residence for the night.
Hall said Mrs. Havron was SAUCE POT.nO DENTUleoe";" >In_

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his mother's bedroom-where will alto play, Modeling Itud.nts from the Academy will appear In the Paris scene and b 11
the body was found-about 7 three drama pupils, Mary Beth Vinton Ann Hollmeyer and Susan Di Lorenio will b* iT'4'1iU U
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Defense Secretary Robert S. The military sources Slid Despite Khanh'i promises to _
CO.LIU McNamara on the progress of McNamara was told in briefings "press the campaign with Increased
the guerrilla war here Wednesday and Intensity" against the
e Group .
McNamara left yesterday Tuesday that progress in Communists. the sources said, PAPER BAG RACK WA"bwal.b. 44C
e Mortgage after a two-day visit, his lee many fields is lagging, and the Viet Cong continue to 4 PADS
Health & DisabilityHospitaliufion; ond In two month He laid that junta chairman Maj. dominate large areas of the ____ __ _
the war against the Commun1st Gen. Nguyen Khanh'i pacification countryside and are rarely cored""y N.k. air tut wm.
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..air WfN eeV f."..pE. Northern Dancer and Hilt Rise; P Taylor was "' -1. Dill INDIANAPOLIS Ind (UPI )
=If mrYw '' 1 S first and second in the Kes- llartach, who has yet to wta _A forecast of clear skies and
c.,4JJ'C- turky Derby, along with i the the Pmkneis with any of his coot temperatures today meant
three horses which chased three previous Kcntuck Derby perfect driving weather for
Wins OKLAHOMA CITY (UPI)-- them home and one interloper winners, ride !IV! little but speedsters testing their cars in
First Arnold Palmer drew most of warn; rxprctrd to be entered muscular colt preparation for the 500 mile
the backing today in the first MMlNRHPAHCE r tats for Saturday Wth running The Scoundrel which has impressed race time trials
cooed of the $40.000 Oklahoma of the $150,000 added local horsemen with The time trials start Saturday : ,
City Open A't1W 1RIFf I'rriknrgs Stakes. the way he has .been training and as of the close of
ame Since April 18By A field of 150 professionals NlfAIt.A Hill Rise loomed as favorite for the Preaknsws, was 4- Wednesday's runs Bobby
teed off over the accuracydemanding 44f for I the second of the triple to.1 with Hank Morww replacing Marahman of Pottstown, Pa
7,04-yar Quail Creek /fir It/ ,1 0....'''" classic. just as he WMtun Manny Ycaia as hit jockey continued to set the pace .>n
MILTON RIC1IMAN with a 2-0 victory in the nightcap course where par is 96-36-72guwinf ,. !J f'f( ? weeks ago at ChurcMtt Quadrangle\ with BraultoBaeta Ute Indianapolis Speedway
UPI Sport WrU r for top money of MA/KH II Downs m the first, even thmwh up Instead of Bsjkby Uaaery Marahman who set a
Johnson must figure he't '6.4410.M..while.. Northern Dancer beat him by a and
en Jack Fisher won his lint 111"Ft"tK 1.1 F Roman Brother, wttJtjot'ke new unofficial Speedway record
candid camera because he game for the Mets although he the on-again. off. nock in the rose run Wayne Chambers. again of 1S7 m miles an hour
pi right on smiling even needed help from Larry Bear. again sonic booms "hasard"was M'ArArM. ---1t Koiimlini; out the field of six in the toddle each were 8 to-i. Tuesday in his rear engine Lotus
o III h everyone hat him narth when the Braves rallied on again after the Federal ,44 i ( f r wire Rfx Kllsworth's The Big Pine war the owtaWer aaJOtol Ford, had consecutive laps
ged ai the unluckiest pitch for two runs in the eighth Aviation Agency announced It DKIt'EItlr.4yuJ Scoundrel Harbor View Karm'a with Joe Ciilmone riding of IM.549 m.p.h. and IM.794
In baseball. Fisher drove in two runs with was resuming its supersonic Ronnn, Brother and Rokeby WednesdayThe
.lie Houston knuckleballer a sacrifice fly and a double testing over Oklahoma City. Stable s Quadrangle the
10 pitched I no.hitter alinliIClnnaU while Jesse Gonder contributed Earlier, the agency suspended ;Uf4 Ki'mucky Derby hones vthirh' unofficial speeds were
on April 23 but feat a bases empty homer off loser the testa because of a temporary G6osEWNEdNf finished in thai order. behind RECEIVES SPORTS AWARD clocked on the Speedway elec
game 1-0 pitched perfect Tony Clomnger ((2-2). restraining order. They Northern Dancer and Hill Rise PHILADELPHIA (UPI trio eye timer but members of
[ll' agamit San Francisco until Juan Pisarro won his t h i r d were reinstated when the restraining r,1mf:: -an seventh Inning Wednesday straight for the White Sox with order was dismissedby ""It/( Pete, a newcomer to the Philadelphia' Phillies, has been on atop watches at an even bet
'ht and was gone from theme a four hitter over the Twins. a federal judge etAtljfCOA'O rlaMicsHin awarded the Wanamaker' Sports tee lit Imp h.Chill .
i In the eighth. He struck out seven, snapped fiat pro Ernie Vosaler said It Rise. owned by the El Award .for making the greatest winds and the threat of
"I'm not complaining one bit, rookie Tony Ohva's U game may take a 277 to win the 72- It' 'lf4 Peco Ranch of George A. contribution to sports In Philadelphia rain held down the action. The
ugh" ennned the 3O-year. hitting streak and had a shutout hole test, which Don Fairfield ,6orec Pop. WM !lilted at 6 tOol by during 1963. Mauch oval was closed for more than
,t righthander "We won theme until Bob Allison socked his took last year with a 280. the track handicapper and" Willie guided the Phillies to fourth two hours when engines
i and that's the only thing eighth homer in the ninth. Vossler said the course was Shoemaker was' again listed place in the National League blew on ears driven by 1962
at counts" Nicholson belted his sixth homer in prime condition, especially: as his rider Northern Dancer, last year after many years In winner Rodger Ward and 1963
The Colts beat the Giants with two on in the eighth off on the tees and ,reen.. It Is a the Canadian bred colt, owned the second division. winner Parneill Jones.
1, and although Johnson was loser Dick Stigman now 0-3. demanding course, one where -
edited with the victory, his Dick Donovan and rookie power is not so important Accuracy .
ird against as many losses, Sonny Siebert collaborated In a Is the big thing at Quail
al Woodeshlck had to rescuem two hitter over the Red Sox, Creek, with out- bounds on all Major League Standings THANKSThanks
when the Giants rallied in with Siebert recording his first but one hole. Trees and creek
>a eighth. major league win for the Indi dot the back nine, and tricky
Jesus Alou broke up John. ans. Donovan had to leave In wind. add to the problems By United Press International Amerlu. League
)n'. bid for a perfect game the fourth when hit on' the right National League W, L. Pct Gft
1 a second no.hitter when he ;':i.-t--.ii'hapitrh thrown by W, L Prt. -GR Chicago 13 T .810
ubled to lead off the seventh. loser Dave Morehead (13)), Lake Region San Fran. 18 8 .661 New York 13 I ,III.ti to the many voters who, in the May Sth Primary, laid,
Johnson retired Willie Maya Whitey Ford of the Yankeesand Philadelphia It I .609 1\.ti\ Cleveland 14'09 \.ti
,Free straight times striking Hank Aguirre of the Tigers Lake Alfred St. Louis III 11 .5&3 1\.ti Baltimore 14 10 .118' I "YES, we want a trained Tax Collector in our Tax Collector's
urn out once and getting him were deadlocked at 1 all Milwaukee 15 11 sn I Minnesota 11 12 .580 1\0 "
vice on grounders before the when rain forced a halt in the Wins Games Pittsburgh It 12 .118 S .... Angeles t2 15 ,444 4\0 Office
an Francisco centerfielder seventh. The Yanks put together Cincinnati 13 13 .500 4 Detroit 10 13 ,436 4\.ti\
[tretched his hitting streak too three singles for their only Lake Region Baptist Church Chicago 10 11 .4711 4K Washington 12 IT ,414 50Jlouston Let's all turn out May 26th and cast a unanimous ballot log
consecutive games with a run In the first inning while and Lake Alfred Baptist 12 11 .4t4 8N Boston II 15 .400 5k
ingle off Woodeshick in the Ford held the Tigers to three Church were the winners Los Angeles 10 11 .385 1 Kansas City 10 15 .400 5N EXPERIENCE and PROVEN ABILITY by electing HOBSON
ilnth for the last of the Giants'ive hits but wild pitched home a Tuesday night In Church New York T II .267
hits. Mays' one hit in four run in the fifth. League Softball. 10Wednesday Results STRAIN your Working Tax Collector
rips dropped his average 10 Back to back homers by Butch Brlnger and Emment Wednesday's Results Baltimore .t Washington, night,
ointa to 468. Jim Fregosi and Lee Thomas Varnadoe each banged out New York Milwaukee 2 postponed rain
The Colts pushed across what sparked a seven run second four doubles and Warren 1I0uston Z San Fran I, night Cleveland 3 Boston 0, night, THANKS
>roved to be the winning run in Inning rally that kayoed Hammond cracked a home Los Angeles It Chicago, poet' wiled innings, rain
he bottom of the seventh on Kansas City rookie Aurelio run ai Lake Region won over pond. rain New York 1 Detroit I, tko, night Hobson
.ingles by Bob AspromonU and Monteagudo and gave the Inman Park Baptist U .. called S Innings rain Strain
Uub and a wild pitch by raider Angel their victory in the Hammond was also the win. Cincinnati at Pittsburgh night, Chiealo I Minnesota I, nilht
Ron Ilerbel. ning pitcher, postponed, rain Los Angeles 9 Kansas City 0,
The Giants kayoed Johnson In Lake Alfred won Its second tat. twlllehtSt.
he eighth when Duke Snider's opener.BOWLING game of the season by de.. Louis .t Philadelphia. night, Kansas City 2 L o. Angeles 0,
Inch double and a single byJesus forting Jan Phyl Baptist by postponed, rain 2nd, night H MiWJUSTA ,. A4.

Alou accounted for their a- lft-__ count. "
only run. Paul Cain and Carroll Hay-
BALL AND CRAiNN5i.u .
The Mets defeated the OOIBLt LLAGI'E good each had a home run, .asst sass
Braves, 5.2, in the only other W Lae.u. and Wayne Conner had a
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Hoi Four 534FAO. Spahn was kicked out, but
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3-0, In a game limited to six Innings Two lilch Pair turn Mhei 4Ki :MM 4 :* he'll The be Milwaukee back today southpaw waiejected j(:' ( [
by rain, which also High tram lame' 1'b. Dcetlnt LETS
washed out the Oriolea.Senators MSHltlh Individual ...rt.. mm) for from the second a game time Wednesday in his ODE GOKKXSANPT
contest and baited the Yankees Snake. ftnindcri tin Bam A Tigers game after six innings Jim Call MS. Jim WacnriUS 19 years in the ma Jon. UmpireEd OY S HOW TO WIN FAIR MAIDEN ON HIM! /
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with ry Latman the score hurled the Angels tc F Hill, 4d Individual*. Barbara Kam Mrtnln.. ,iMi-ni 473HKh the bench for hollering over a WITH SAND IN YOUR EYES '.: .1 .

t I.{) win over the A's in the Jim Call 9M Jim Wagner 224, call In the fourth Inning
but Bam Adam. 21J. I. Kamm :XII Spahn. however will pitch I rWIiTi
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Bream are still the beet bet OUire. Mrs U M. Owen 1r
at present with .11II eheil. two up to 10 pounds, eight
crackers bring caught Meet ouncea, Mirr-O-Lure: GUISchmoeket ,
all anglers are bringta HmM one weighing five
I
y strings of bream and they. pounds Super Sunk
r are mostly caught on rrkke BREAMBill Ustinger, 20.
The best bet for trolling Is Mr. Sam Adams, 35Mrs.; .
the MlrrO-I-ore as the bass John Heath, 35: Don Varna-
hit these lures when nothing dore 30; Mr. Stevens, 35: BIB
else weak For casting we Craft and son Bill Jr.. 50; J.
still go along with Jim Bag W. Moore 35; Mrs E. C
Ie,'. Plastic Worms and also Heath, 38; James Fitzgerald,
we are still getting good reports 35; Mr and Mrs LeRoux, 70 '
on the Bang.O.Lure. e e e 7
Mint anglers who like to fish RAINBOW BOAT BASIN r
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deep with a Bang -Lare can LAKE ELOISE t't A
do so by adding; a sinker up BASS -Earl Weaver, five
a few Inches from the lure up to three pounds, Ole Jim'i
and In this warm weather Black Worm; Dave Hlckman,
that Is where the lunken are seven up to 11 pounds, Jim's
hi deep water. Plastic Worms: Ed Blrcheat,
six up to eight pounds Jim's
The fishing report for the Plastic Worms, Bruce Witt,
M put week I is "* follows: two up to four pounds, MirrO .

-Lure: Tom and Joyce Black,
HEATH'S CHAIN 0' LAKES three up to six pounds, eight *
BOAT BASIN-LAKE MAY ounces, Jim Bagley's Plastic
..- ..1 BASS Homer Rogers Worms - -
three to four BREAMThe following anglers -
LAKE ELOISE CATCH-Dave Hie man displays ...v.I up pounds catches while LIMIT OF BREAM-Frank Bornhorst and Jerry Young
Mlrr-O-Lure; Lee Rees, one had limit 70 BREAM-E. J. Williams and Ernest Williams show
I I .n best weighing up to I II I pounds which h. caught while weighing two pound, Mirr-O. fishing In Lake Eloise: Bill caught the above 70 bream while fishing with crickets in off the 70 bream they caught out of Lake Eloise, They
i casting with Jim Beoley s Hardhead Worms. Dave Lure: Johnny Cstrett one Whitehead J. W Clssendan- Lake Eloise. The two anglers fished out of Rainbow Boat fished out of Rainbow Boat Basin.SUMMER.
weighed his catch in at Rainbow Boat Basin weighing five pounds Ole der, H. Rudolph Mr. and Basin.

I Jim's Red Worm; Red Smidt Mrs M. J. Phillips, Henry me : 1, r t S: r; ,..,'..', .,.. :... -
two up to thr>v pounds Ole Drlggers. Mr and Mrs Floyd' .a ti ; ". :
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.. Cstrett, one weighing three Cotton; E J. Williams, Ernest
the pounds, Ole Jim's Worms; Williams Jerry Young, Eddie
Hints .. Father Pomeroy Hartman Bryant Hall Barnett, T. J.
three up to four pounds, Mlrr- McMurrain, LeRoy Blllups :Jl1G ,;:J.. J:/ )i !. 0 -
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Status of Flsheating Creek ; "
Wildlife Management A re a'* sir .. .
wild hogs at game animals war r .
clarified May 4 by A. D. Ad. t t

drich, director, Game and FreshWater i- ANNUALSAinermtliei 0\i
Fish (;(Commission Tallahassee \

Notice. la hereby given, Aldrich e.ow'. --, \
laid, that the rules and -' ,' B'
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regulations of the Commissiondoes ;
hereby declare hogs to be \ Celeme' Celeet, Dohlle.. Morigeld. .

game animals in the following r .. Pertvlece, Saints, Tereele,
described areas In Glades County ; -
Zleele end sissy eeh s.
Florida, effective immediately
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1)) The Fisheating Creek Wild
life Management Area 2)) the

Fishes ting Creek Refuge situated BREAM LIMIT LIMIT OF PANFISH-Mr, and Mrs. Bomar and Hal & Garden
north and west of Moore Haven Chestnut holds Bill Dixon caught the above mixed string of bream and shell- Doty Farm Supply

and 3) on all of the land 35 bream which a h.string of crackers in less than two hours out of Lake Eloise This W SIXTH ST. S.W. iti-tno
owned by Lyket Bros, Inc., caughtout vwwwwv
catch was brought into Rainbow Boat Basin
of Lake .
within the area bounded by May. Th. owners
State Road 70, State Road 29, of Heath's Chain O' .
U. S. Highway 27, and the Way Lakes Boat Basin, Mr. and

man Road known as the Mrs John Heath, pointed HUGE SHELLCRACKER CATCH John Merrett Jr.
Glades County; Flan and Game out the spot for Bill to fish and Willie Marrett display a fin. string- of shellcrackeri
Club
Area
On Management all these areas the wild and you see the results. which they caught on worms in a local lake. They are all HAVE YOU HEARD ?

hog Is now classified as a game males and were caught fanning the beds In lily pads 49

animal and I. subject to the hunting, and that hogs may no t In all-count them
regulations and protections afforded now be trapped or taken aa privately
deer, turky, squirrel, owned or wild-roa mini, Eiqht Special. Requlations t

quail and other game species hogs on the FUneatlng Creek Effective May 30, trotllnes, population of shad- and other
Aldrich reminded hunters that
Wildlife Management Area and
aetllnes or bush-hooka" pro- ball fishes.Other .
ai game animals wild hogs maybe other areas designated
hibited any time In Like Parker, special regulations
taken only during the open Clarification of the status of Saddle Creek Park, Lake plying to the 11 fish management
season designated for wild hogAn wild hogs as game animals In Jullanna, Lake Mattle, and In areas In the South Florida -
this area of Glades County; was all pools In the V-C Christina Region are: cvJ
given In response to queries and Pleasant Grove Fish Man- Water skiing and swimming
terliflee'! with' theeateeat
yea from Interested persons, Al- agement Areas, according to J. prohibited In Saddle Creek Park t
you .tare fceea .t 1.H drich said O. Brown, regional and In the V-C Christina and
...........? I......... wise Game and Fresh Water manager Fish Pleasant Grove Areas, except 1
eee teller per. My will 4e fw Commission. swimming permitted on designated ,
yew fl...... fetwe.CONTACT SKIN ITCH The trolline ruling was one beaches ,
DON'T SCRATCH ITIlnMOftl of eight special regulations applying Dally bag limit of 10 channel
spn.ds Inf.otl.n, o.ua to fish management areas catfish In Lake Parker Saddle
Piln Apply quick dry: established at the April 24 Creek Park, Lake Jullanna and 0Qo
Financial Ino ITCH.M .NOT Intllld, "Illehtnt -
Planning qultn down In mlnulM andntlMDtl meeting of the Commission In Lake Mattle.
epnd h. lIne l- Tallahasiii. Brown laid, and Camping, picnicking or the
'I'I
H. A. KIISI ft ASSOCIATIS rin: Insist bun,
for was voted. fires at
foot lien thp surf,h... If a result of stockIng building of permitted
P. O. lex 171, Winter HeveaTttoetwee not plnnd, your ttt back it toy the severslareaa chan- designated sites In Pleasant
211-141 drag elan.,.. TODAY it Andtnon nel catfish as a sports fish and Grove and V-C Christina Areas
Drua 't. in an effort to reduce an over- Camping prohibited on other
17"" - fish management areas In the 1
Region. 0
Possession or use of guns on
Pleasant Grove and Y-C
Thank You Christina Areas prohibited,except -
on designated shooting Op
.0. rangea
Cutting or destruction of
I sincerely appreciate the wonderful) support I trees prohibited on Pleasant

received from Winter Haven In Hit May S pri Grove and V-C Christina Areas

-...,,; may With your help .. May 24,1 I will become No special regulations Commission were
established by the
your new Group 3 State Representative. Thank aa applying to Lakes Tarpon

you very mush... and Seminole In Plnellas Coun-
ty, and on Lake Cooper In
.. Polk County.
Brown said that management

Kingswood Sprott, Jr. areas fishing In until the Regtonclosedtoall May I, IMS, are The beat place to get baseball equipment is in the

Lake Starr In Polk County,
and Lake Jessamine In Pasco sporting goods department at Villa's Village . .
County.

KINGSWOOD SrROTT JR. Practicing Attorney . Family Man . Com- General regulations relatingto
all fish management areas
munity LenderS Include: Fishing license required Chest protectors
of all residents between America's best

Married, two sons a Member, Sunday School Teacher, Episcopal Church 15 and (5 years of age, and ofall gloves ft: mitts and Shin GuardsSPALDING
non-resldpnts of 15 or more
C Member, Kiwanis . Elks. . Masons Polk County Federation years of age, to flab by any by SPALDING
method In a Hah managementarea 3
a Director, Chamber of Commerce Twice Chairman, local March of Dimes Protectors 850

e Law Degree, Washington and Lee University From 450 800

e Practicing Attorney, Lake Wales (formerly of Bartow) Guards pro

S Member-county, state and national bar associations FREE

e Assistant Public DefenderPolk, Highlands and Hardee Counties ESTIMATES Official little League BATS Louisville t--

KINGSWOOD SPROTT. JR. your only I candidate who ha served Polk County BALLS by SPALDING ywc, Slugger ndSPALDING '_.J-J

during a legislative session In Tallakaueel and WORTH from 1.88 1.40 up rot

Threu9h."t ..k. IMI ..,,1.. ef ,.he FUrid 1'9,1.; .. ., KINGSWOOO SrROTT, JR. servedi

AHerney sal leiuletwe; Ai.itU f., Ski Nik Cev* y Deltei, .;iee. This "' ..". liar! KINO-

WOOD SPCOTT, JR. h I year eel, ...414.,. wltli ...... weik eia f
tire seeilee .le TelteketMel. I

Tkh ,*f,t\\.*t9 \I. dab ....,.."' ."l will enable KINSSWOOD SPROTT. JR. Uel Shp rigbe I. ANYONE'S regular price on identical merchandise. rI

a.. effective, werkmi; 51.*. R*"rt..nUM e Ur ,.Ik County, . New Construction f

ELECT Remodeling


KINGSWOOD SPROTT, JR. Qiallty Work Repairs Aaewed 1


State Representative James GtarraJ Wagner Ceotrstcte 'ILLAGESoulheu2


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WINTER HAVEN DAILY NEWS-CHi f-WINTER HAVEN FLORIDA page Fifteen


THE OUTSIDE



|l Hill Leader In Dixie Division ; Davis Remains Overall Champion I



ly BILL CHESTNUT 304nch catch took first Bass Championship in the honors going to Ernest liriftin 11II as rvgnlered with Floyd spinning reelsHonorable ter Haven, who used an L &
la the U.S. Open Black eighth weekly contest with the of Date City, Fl... the span Fish i'amp of Dade City. mention goes to Bassmaster while trolling. .\
Winter Haven Paul J IliU ill : Hawaiian Wiggler lured a 8'' .
ortBj Chamberof The "'('I't't weight contest of Mirlby :Ill:
(Paul J. HIU of Shelby N.C. Commerce report the week was taken by Her. with an II pmiml. Bounce pounder in Lake Pierce Deal
ks taken over first place Ine I steel Mrars of BloiM. Fla, bass, which takes over first Lake Wales,, Fla It wj
i Dixie division of the U. ven The keg bat, however, who entered a beta at 7 place in the Dun division of caught by Ray Scraggmi III'
Black Baas Champion. weighed only US pound and pound, a ounces which he the tournament He made hit Lake Wales D. L Arnold i i.(fFt.
kips with a catch weighing U failed to unseat the .leader, caught out of Late Shlpp I inViitUr catch on a Rebel lure out of Wayne Ind posted an 8-2-
uncia. 6 ounces out of James W. Davis of Howe ..
Lake ,-
Lake Hickory Us North pounder hooked in King's Baynear
\ Haven pjaetfc nisi
ackory, near Hickory, N.i the ItiUs. Fla. whom MHtach on a
I Hill worm while troUiag. Carolina home Hit catch war Crystal River, Fla., on alive
edged out Herb Davl-: fish weighed 16 pounds. I made with S shiner James H Davis "IlIOWt'Y'ID.the.IIIIII
CUnton, Tenn., who had en. The reporting weighing eta pound test line
ouncel.
ired a bass welghhgUpounds, lion Lake Shipp Botel. will and it took IS minutes to land. who will be
[ounces, which he caught out R .riff in made his catch out r(.cci\o two Uou-n Jim Bigley Lake Shipp pnxlured moth 13 in November entered his
I Fontana Lake, Fontana, N.C of Lake lola on a spoon while lures and l I If Cia and Hears er Urge bass (IIII II caughtby second lunker, having already
f The Dixie division includes spinning with S pound test linn WU be presented Pflurger James A Wr,..ht of Win posted a 14 pounder
Utes south oftheMason-Dlxon
lie, excluding Florida.
I At the time of the entry,
Bill also leads the eighth week.
contest of the overall na- e eoatHJATF MIDMAYTHRIFTY
onwlde event. If the fish leads
Ihen the tournament ends, the _
ifler will receive a pair of _
PP N0 _
Huxe Cypress Gardens H
water
tls. If he wins the weekly con. LEADS DIXIE INTER
|st. he also will be sent ARDWARE
a ul J. Hill of .
Iflueger spinning reel. N. C., has taken SAVINGS10piece
over
1 Hill made his catch while
Iud of the Dixie
tinning with
a Rebel lure and
I was made on 8-pound test of the U. S. Open /
|ne. The bass, that measured Ban Championship "Continental"STAINLESS
|7 Inches In length and 20 3/4 catch weighing II _.- T
kches In girth, took about 15 6 ounces, caught out
mutes to land. The entry was Lake Hickory, near MRS EDNA LYNN, MRS. OTHEL JORDAN, STEEL COOKWARE THONGS
nflrmed by Lakeside Camp ory, N. C. The Dixie MR. AND MRS. L R. POOLE N..
t Hickory. ion excludes Florida, 100 bream caught on crickets.

I kmes Leading W. the Davis overall of Howey-ln.contest Is Chamber, Winter (Brought into Heath's Boat Basin) u Children's Sizes .
of Commerce
.HlUs, Fla.. with a double ,
nker tipping the scales at 18 ports.motor. -
founds, 1 ounce,which he caught Lone Star boat and {
psr his home. If this leader ray trailer.
lands, he will win a Johnson The tournament ends -

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iTiT; Y 1888 7 Each

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COMPLETE 10-PC. SET

me to office In the first WESLEY HARRELL
Six bass up to sin pounds, tight ounces ORTHO GARDEN BOOK,
Mcvtf
primary, will be my guide in serving Caught. onlive shiners*. TV LAP or BED TRAY FREE
from Our Carden Dept i
countylgavemment needs during
your (Brought into Heath's! Boat Basin)
the next four Words cannot
years.
Anyone For Callinq Fish 473FERTILIZER
fully express my appreciation for t c
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your overwhelming endorsement of you can call the fish to to the skill of the fisherman to 77 (O RTHO)
the job that has been done. I will exact fishing spot with a get the finh to bile' (The TR
patented and tested elec Sonic Fish fill dew not try to make actions speak louder than transistorised fish call. a fisherman unfair advantage of PLANTER INIX
have known for<< I fish any more than a duck call
words in the ahead.Floyd .
years time that fish respond to gives a poor shot any advantage
oscillations (sound be. I IThe
50 and 300 cycles, and to dial allow lection of Sprinkler j.
WoodsCOUNTY waves Both have been five different variant of sound Ila1N111e1 4tour. "
in this compact unit waves In addition to the sound -
U' _ _ _ _ _
COMMISSIONER sound waves. though on selection the unit is also cap 5O wM
ear, travel some 200.300 able of producing light waves \
DIST. 1
through the water and at. fAIr maximum attraction of all Soaks or
the fish directly to the $l. n lasslr Enterprise P O.
(M r.i. ) sprinklesLays
ource From then on it Is up B"x 11492. Tampa, Fla 33610 VALUIft
_. flat 7 l'/2 LB. BAG .
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m rml1jM'a.( bSMp' Zt6ua aatd t wg S/MdI I* SAVINGS 113 ACI MICE 1.99 1 I04J.SAG

>J.ti VoJoo. ONE TO A CUSTOMER

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CRASS EDGING
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a JEWELRY DEPT SPECIALS! Ii ., ._
Large capacity e Twe-ie**
t Easy rolling I rl O I, m.1III ,
BUDGET ACCOUNTS $ Ie p .
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and LAYAWAYS PRICI SATISFACTION

". 1400. e 4 ,leaNk fl'111 J fly 1TIMIa, P VALUE GUARANTEE J4.tl


Tile pfkei of dtomondi .bare VALUE VALUE 88
gone up Vi and Mere l I. the ,.,f Mt 87 IINtId!( 16
pmt i month W* .have sot ,
0 l Increoted the price .f ewe stt.- BIGGEST DISCOUNTS ANY.

I monde o* we had p rck, "ed WHERE. our tsirir stock ol I 1

S :\ a from large Europe eoflectlo. wd Africa.f di mo III> oni d. S i'-. .......1 home wotcfce Homll- Chrome Bar n Q Spit Basket FISHING ALUMINUM

i tlcipattoa this price l Iller..... I, Sea. Worffcom. Ellii. Cren,
new *.vliH" .a IIoppn pas and
Holbrot, Ditto iata y .tll." ROD
os to o sr ensfomer, TRANSISTORIZED TAPERECORDER FOLDING COT
AN cliomOtId. Cared sro "W>lle' too wmerws" to mtsttlos. HOLDER

they lo l"
I Fits all sire spits
S WAMOHD RING HEirS D tors' SWISS.WATCHES 9 ask
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.... .- .. 'r..r.i ..... -... .m..'. ..%. v -/ MM mt I Ssa Folds for ay storage and
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M>& MM HUM IHfKS 888
ASSORTED PENDANTS 12.fl NOW

VrCT. DIAMOND - ii< AU10WIND WATCHES 0 VALUI
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;:- - wr irw".a.r V \ *.VUNBIIAJCAILI PLAint

DIAMOND IRIOAl, SETtt.vsggas KITCHEN CLOCKS LADIES' 17-J. DRESS WATCHES + TACKLE
1 J-CT. BOX
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LADIES' 1 14. DUMOND WATCH TRANSISTOR RADIO U9IES DIAMOND WATCHES .14.-We,........ Al ,
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(I) Announcements ((2)) Help Wanted I ((8)[ ) Automotive .GI:1.:: ((10)I ) Articles For Sale (II) Wanted To Rent I II (I II-A) For Rent, Unf.

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Summer Dresses Need Summer Work? Leer unfurnlahed home In deelraMe | BEDROOM unt how for IT*.
\ Used Furniture neighborhood wanted by permanently Bcaaley Realty Co. tM tth It..
I CHECK BELOW FOR THE BEST located family of four NW. CY MlfT. IMS
.
in Would you like to earn $2 per Clearance with grown cIItkI... No pel*. Call
FR 3-1SOT. doll MODERN t-bedroom duple Stove
spare hour? Let AVON show .
and rfrtgralor. Garage. Ctoaela. -
Junior, Regular It you how.Write LOCAL SERVICE 7 PC. FLORIDA ROOM or LIVING $0100 monthly JIll..*. D. (E.
(7101! ROOM SUITE 2 step (I II.AFor) Rent, Unf. CY MM. '..T"I
Petite Sixes
P.O. Box 1395 or tables, cocktail table sofa BEDROOM unfuruiebed 110_.

by chair, 2 lampl. $98.95 . Kitchen p u/pe.'d135. BEA8LCT
call 682-4137 Lakeland APARTMENT DUPLEXES:
SAVE MONEY . SAVE TIME .. REALTY CO. iSellh St.. NW. CY
1 5 bedroom l .
OD. "'". a.TF
REALITY
Junior House 13-13 2 PC. SOFABED SUIT Good up BKA8LEY
1962 PONTIAC Catalina Sta. rt. ttk St.. NW. CY : tTY.
condition . . . $39.95 l-BEDROOM, air conditioning CAT
Eden Roberts Full Power A -CALL TODAY ,
HOUSEKEEPER for gentleman Wagon IDEAL for couple or peted, newly decorated walking
MUM b* unencumbered and alert' Factory Air, Low Mile J PC. SECTIONAL . l-Bedroom LAKEFRONT HOMECT dlntanc from downtown. AdulU. MO
Minx Modes have FT*, driven Itcenee. able to 1 only . . . . . . $29.95 .-:11I04. '.TM Bale, B.W. 29W271. ia-lt
the In good cook and email amount age

Henry Lee laundry referenc and cleaning.a* to experience Able to turneh and- 1962 FORD Fairlane "500" Spt. SWIMMING POOLS AUTO SERVICEDODGE 2 PC. PLASTIC LIVING ROOM NICE 1-bMlroom unfurnlahed. apart ((12)) For Rent, Furn.

rharacur. Horn on labs I mile A/T. RIM 8,000 SUITE Sofa St: Chair $19.95CHIFFOROBE ment. Stove and refrigerator.. ,
at Cpe. ,
from Winter Haven Good secom large Uvinar room. nic".y
adatlon and many benefit I with miles, like new . SWIMMING POOL CONSTRUCTION WITH (round*, m 4lh St.. NW. CY
Iberal salary, and time off. Contact and REPAIR! Financing AuthorlMd Factory. Service OnChryetler I-n1L 14-tr I-BIJDROOJl: apartm.DL Ground
L. P. Klnaey, P. 0. Box 1231, WInter 1962 LANCER "770" 4 DR. Std. eva.Iabl. . W. R. Helm, General Plymouth .Lancr MIRROR . . . . . $12.95 floor sob .... 4 1'IE.' 17-TF
'ACOTTAGE Haven, 14-17 Building Contractor Call .Valiant l-BEDROOM, l>4 bath aura:
J Trans, R&H, One Owner CY S487S. J'7-..., 24 FLOYD ROBERTS MOTORS CHEST OF DRAWERS $5.95 heat and air conditioning, Clow. MODERN connnlently 3 room duplex. town N'ceyard ,
SALESMAN God (21 Sloth St.. SW 3-4101: to Brigham, and Denlaon. 14.111I'' t'w.
opportunity.Full lake: AdulU. Ml Iva B, 1-TF
SHOP time year 'round. Prefer 1961 RAMBLER CLASSIC 4 Dr. 17-May 17 5 PC. WOOD DINETTE . $9.95 math HM1U. 1-14
married over ]1. Apply Fttmao'e. Rill Extra Clean Permanent, I Inchei of concrete -- FURNISHED I room duplex :
A/T. ,
Gardens Road North Oat In penon only IMS and peel Beautiful marble flnlah BEDROOM home on Dundee Rd. Adult No pet*. Excellent neigh
WO Cypress no painting, never needs water UPHOLSTERINGFINE BUNK BEDS COMPLETE I3S.OO a month. Phone CY WOT. borhood. CY 3-4804 or CY 3-36M.
Open I A.M. 'til T P.M. SERVICE STATION Attendant. See 1959 PLYMOUTH VI 4 DR. change.. 14 Year In county. WITH MATTRESS ALMOST U-14 17-TF

manager :213-1334 Harendal Blvd.14-17 AlT. Cream Puff . Call CYPRESS anytime POOLS CY S-7IU : UPHOLSTERING EXPERT NEW .. .. . . . . . .. $:iUS UNFURNISHED a-bedroom houie. l-BEDROOM apartment on lake .

atEEP your eerncemaa I* touek June I REFINISHINO. Complete t40 00 per month. 1331 Fairfax St. UOO a month Including utllltle
with all the 8018"_. New fey Floyd Roberts fabric oelectl lI. WOLFE'S: UPHOLSTERY -i WALNUT BUFFET . $12.95 NE. CY 1-66.3. 3617N1NIMAI6E Burrs Court Motet Hwy 17 North.
.ending him the Winter Rata (13)) Situation Wanted SHOP 314 Avenue A, 1-TF
Dally Nw /Chlf. Special nUi 8E. CY 3-2710 2 TWIN HOLLYWOOD BEDS
.
MOVING STORAGETHREE Da.NI.bLal. INrritvmHrDAPARTMENTS' CLEAN well furnished two room
I month $1s Call CT Hill no* MotorsYour -...' SI
.TFBrengle't Warehouse damaged . : apartment with air conditioner
ELECTRICIAN: from the North de- I Each . . .. . . . . . $ Us Winter Haven beat selection f carport. utility room. Adult.. Ref-
elre steady work. Call 39/-1047. "Dodge" Dealer room. kitchen equipped. electric ...00... No peta. Com and Inapmt.
14-17 IVORY BROTHERS TREE SERVICE heat garage 2231 Ave B. NW 745 Lake Jeul Drive CY "2801.
m tth st, sw CY 1-4101 MOVING COMPANY SOFA l>: CHAIR . . . $10.95 U-TF 14-17 '
Jewelry Agent ALLIED VAN LINES
I ((4)) Lost & FoundLOST 14-17 Local Lone Distance TRIMMING. CAVITY DEMOBS1NO. 1 WHITE VANITY WITH I
At
13 Third Street. BWH Moving Collect .StorageCall l3e-7Mf CABLING RE BETTING MIRROR . . . . . 119.95S
iouth of PMt Otfto Complete Free Eettmate
Block clean-up.
1N2 FALCON "'tura, (129500.1M1 Warehouse Off.-Bartow Air BaM Call LUKES TREE SERVICE.CY I
Qislity Watts BB4 pair preecrlptlog bifocal *UIKlawe Corsair Monia Coup. 1\191\. April IT May V M33. 13-Jua 10 PC. BEDROOM SUITE Complete GILMORE PONTIAC

Jewelry" Repair nelde( frame.. Oraylah Helen blue La..trim,. Reward.CY name. Both In .ncoU.nl. 1730 condition.Orangewood CY with mattress &: i

M81S after .,00 p.m. 14-1T 4-W71 Ave. SW.or at 14-17 Painting Papering SWAP SHOPWE springs . . . . . $ U5 I

17-May IT Two to choose from . 11th ANNIVERSARY SALE (

House Trailers SPEEDOMETER Tachometer. RepairingL
(
(5))
Complete entwine and new cable. BUY SELL TRADE: anything NEW DAMAGED HOLLYWOOD !
ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS L A, I Service. 1U Ilk St.. SW. of value GOPHER: HOLE: HEADBOARDStwin 7tWe're

Heating-. Tueedey 1/44M7, -1:11 P.M. TRAILERS FOR BALK: OR RENT. CY 4-126. 10'1'' J. McCOY. . Quality workmanahlp SWAP Lakt. CY SHOP 1-8M7.U.S. Hwy IT El e-TF* or double . Each $1.50
Couaty Health Department New or Ueed. A....,.'. Trailer faet clean and reaeoa- Going To Sell
able. Phone CY M&M. 11* 4tkStreet.
Park, MOO lle endel*. MERCURY!: Comet tdoor Station ,
3514176WILL 17-TF
Jan-Phyl Village
Wagon Deluxe. Air conditioning! CAMP TRAILERSCAMP Woodall FurnitureCo.
((2)) Help Wanted deluxe trim radio and .h.aler.Valu .
fire equity In 1lMdroom5A I14W.OO Will nell for I1UM.OO.
home, cloee-la home Call for lot"W3tl.or lag modol'mobUe 10.11 Can finance Phone M3-S744. 12-14 ALUMINUM 1 TRAILERS for rent or aal. 75 USED CARS :

YOUNG MEN, fulfill your mill- I I II Supply limited Reeerr your. 147 Ave A, NW CY 4-1242
with only! six FOR BALE: 1951 Pontlac SlarchlelMoor date now Johneon Appliance
tar* .
months obllfitlon active duty. Return for ( ) Moving & Storage Rail: Reasonable II T. P.S.. MS-MM PB.. A.T.1611 Screen eAwnlnee Enclosures: Window: Screen; Highway 17. Lake Alfred. mUM.ItMay II 14-15 IN MONTH OF MAY.

.
senrles with your local lIarlDe Building SpeclaltlM.
TRANSMISSION that will fit '4*. ALUMINUM PAINTING I ROOMS of one furniture. Include
Reserve unit Call I34-1911. MPER1AL: MOVING A STORAOB. DISCOUNT BALES CO INC. .
60 and 61 Ford Excellent con 4 piece sectional refrlferator.rani "Summer's Here Think Air Condition"
Tampa, for details. Prompt and efficient nuke forM dition. 120.00.: CY 1-1230. 14171M4 "Let 0....,,. Do It" a piece In all Tak
all moving "ed*. Call .. .- Ave. A a Ito St., BW S-Ut4 over payment* H M Pr week. Leee '
June 30 CY for Ire eettmatee.Afeate CHEVROLET Pick-up truck .-..., 31 CHARLES IVERMON. PAINTER than 1 month old. Warehouse rurnltur 64 Bonneville 4-Dr. HT. $3,895
for Atlas Tee. Uaee,14111 One 4,000 mile. Will aell or trade. Job Mtlmated or by the hour . Sale. U lib Bt. NW
enrlnc all M etatei Call CY S-3K47. 14-17 Careful work . Call CY MS1I. 7-13
WOMAN with car to mak bun to TELEVISION REPAIRSCALL ill :JOth St. SW Full power, 10.000 Actual Miles! Just .

houM 4U Elolee eunrey.Ha.Morning only.Bui l-il. ((6)) Special Services MUST SACRIFICE '61 Oldemoblle. 1-14 NEED TIRES? '
Take overpayment . 63 Bonneville Sta.
all power factory air SPECIAL PRICES on all !** In Wgn. $3,595Power
*. 14-17
JORDAN I
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CURB OIRLB. Experience: not neo WHEEL CHAIRSWHEEL tockBLAYLOCK OUUT SERVICE!:
every, Dog 'N Bud, Ha en i&leBlTd. CUSTOM MADE DRAPES: AND 1M3 CHEVROLET: <4 ton pkk-up, For tb. Faeteet 2SMM1 TT ServiceIn MM Sib St.. NW S, Windows Steering Brake F A, like new
1>14 ALTERATIONS Blind ..Ite.... deluxe cab RAH and epot light. The South I -TF '
modern equipment.. Mi HickoryNW Good condition |,510 00 with ttrme. I AH Green Stamp CHAIRS for rent. Also 63 Tempest Sedan $1,895
FORMER MARINES, rnslvs CY l-7Ut Mrs Edna Bchoeaer. CY 1-4473 or CY 3-4710.. 13-TF 1-1'' Hoepllal Bed, Crutch. Weikr _ _
Il May 01WALT'S Commode* Godfrey'* Rental. ALTO BAXAPHONE S3S 00. Clarin
four (4) days pay each month CY H41L 171 .... A, NW. 1TF et. $50.00. Bulb In food condition. Ori(., one owner nice. 3 to choose from
for on* wesk- M drill. RtguUr [(8-A) Business PropertyFOR MARINE SUPPLIES Call a Derino. FR J-1MS. 14-17 '

credits toward retirement, plus TV SERVICE VACUUM CLEANERSPARTS FOR appliance SALE:, -air Rent conditioner reconditioned andtelevision. 63 Bonneville 4-Dr. HT. $3,295

the added eimlni power of two Television Service RENT: 1 Store rooms HO 00 E: e y T.rm.. ;
week summer amp ia CallforBis IWOO per month. 301-301 Ird Marine Acceeeorle CLOSE OUT ELLSWORTH APPLIANCES, !*0 Full power, St Factory Air one owner Just
St. SW. Call 3-677l.. owner 14-17 40%" Plecount on all Ird St. NW U-Maraa
in August Call Bf-UU. All mikes. Parts and workmanship acceeenrlr while they lent SERVICE for Klrby.Hoover '
Electrolui and all other. Comet
Tampa, for details. guaranteed. No extra FLORIDA DISTRIBUTORS.WHOLESALE!:INC :: Free pickup, delivery and aett- POLY FOAM RUBBER Any all Mercury . $1,595
or ehape. DISCOUNT PRICES -
JwesO mil radius ((9)) Business Opportunity 1187 Havendal Blvd. :23-7130: mate* REYNOLDS VACUUM
charge within 10 CLEANER SERVICE: Phon FORDS TRIM SHOP Ml Ave Custom 4 Dr.. Factory Air Si Extra Clean
of Lake Alfred 14-Jun 14 CY S-OSH1. 4-June 1 B. NW. CY *-0 ll. I-TF.I

Personnel I YEAS OUt NITK CUB 0. E. Portable dlahwaeher. .nil '
Senior SecretaryLarge 59 Buick
Fit MIS AU modern fixture Will cell cheap.. PLASTERING ROOFING O E.: dehumldlfler for ale Call LeSabre _ _ $995
and truck cheap 2M-MII7. 14-17
June T Ala cart __ ,
Industrial organlxition CY 1-1317. 10-June S 4.1* Power II'. Sharp Only
RUBBER STAMPS for check
has immediate vacancy for Winter Haven Drafting Co. MOTEL .- 11 unit. a yeah old. HARI-KOTI MARBLE-KOTE.: Interior RESIDENTIAL . COMMERCIAL endorsement signature . i
qualified secretary. Proficient Commercial 170.000 -- tU.txn down. Beet Ix- and exterior, plaeter for INDUSTRIAL New other purpoae alas dating '
in shorthand, typing, sad all All types Reeldenllal. drafting.Benefaction reline In Winter K..... CY MIT 1-TF new eonel ruction. R. BROWN and repair work.H. work A .......Iro ROOFING 0' all type.WALBDORP CO. clamp itempe. STAR. *PRESS eal Phone pocket CY 59 Chevrolet Sedan $795

phases of general office procedures BMC \ GuaranteedDrawn CY 4-1411 -'--- CY S-U2 Box: Dundee Rd. MM427 1-I.U 111 Ave A. NW.IT- I 4Dr. Clean i Can Be
as well si the iblllty 0-TI FOR LEASE Teiaco Bernice T-TF
entrusted with confidential Station 601 3rd SI., SW. CY SM74TF I&M.'W '
to be
DO YOU NEED A ERICK MASON tgaf;;; <&*fgffi Plymouth Sedan $595
information. Must hive TO BUILD A PLANTER BARBECUE GOOD/fEAR . .
minimum of high school education OR PATIO? Call W. 3. STATION OPKEATOB

with business or college Hartman CY S-WMI.: 1S-1I rah Mat. b required* bondable Must(3UO: furnleh UO to 1400 refer 00 ((10)) Article' For Sale ((10)) Articles For Sale 4.Dr.. Sharp

training highly preferred. Excellent Winter Haven Floor Bartering Co. enree. Writ Box A-H17 %" NewtChief. '60 Ford Galaxie HT.
starting salary, working Satlefactlon Ouaranted ..'-:10: SPECIAL $1,095
MOUTSIII USED RErPJOERATORS .
L. A.
conditions and fringe benefit 8. rim St. Phone CY 4-M\ l FOR LEASE: SHELL SERVICE Range Waaher Jrr.roAir Get AcquaintedSale ,4 Dr. Auto. Tran.. Power. V-.. See This At
Including Insurance, retirement I"" STATION 4 Bay now under I Coedition.n Reconditioned SHOCK
conatrwtton at Southeast Plea, fully guaranteed TermeFrnm '
vacation, holidays, etc. Shopulnir' { Canter. Cypre* Garden 131 M and Up. JOHNSON 62 Corvair $1,395
_
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Preferred Iii 25 to U ((6| -A) Animals & Supplies Rd, elk SI. Contart; M. E. Thome. aPPUANCKfl Lake Alfred ABSORBERSFit
Bhell. Oil Co. Tampa, phone 1-17 177(741. Phone W-IIM, N/ton I721MO.1STF Orchid Plants "700" 4-DR? One owner See At
Reply to penooBel ManagerP.O.

Box Uli MALE: BOXER Stud Bernice Most '62 T-Bird -----$2,695
. Will
Healthy growing plants
Bartow Fla. Rerlelered fair S wait ,
U-U CY MM1. *-TF bloom on next growth. U.S. Cars $S8"
AU Power, Beautiful cw at

S MEM . .. .. rout. Part time POODLE CUP, 1100 TRIM at \RIMY: }PUPPY PINK. $2.75 Up ONLY '62 Grand
Start MOO hour Call CY I-tOllO. POODLE SALON. Phone M-"** Prix------$2,695
Tie a.m. to '.00 S m. 1KTFEXPERIEINCED for appointment. 17TVSmall ATifiWI FREE INSTALLATION

dry cleaner mat TERRIER PUPPIES for C. J. Atkinson Full Power. A/C One Owner

to take over well .tbil.h.ii buetnree ale' Price |IOW. 100 A..*. N, ZU Ave. J, SE CT J SIM '
with. little or no capital. tale Callsmm. Southwest. 1..17 I U-1S GOOD/ ER 62 Ford Sunliner Cony. $1,895


To Or Trade Beautiful. Just
((7)) Buy
FOR FAMOUS KNAPP SHOES: SERVICE STORK:

PART TIME JOIN THI WINNER'S CIRCLE TODAY TUCK Call HARRISON 117 "fl. A, NW CY 1.tM I '61 Cadillac 4-Dr. HT. $2,995

WE BUY u.ed appllaacee sod fun CY
allure and we eU tined appllaao- SEE OUR CHECKERBOARD SPECIALS 3.135633May ItREPOMKSSEO Hit
600 P.M. to 9:00: P.M. I en and furniture Brook ApplUww* Full Power. F A, S new tires Looks new

Furnllur SNl Mavewtal BlTA.'1'' '61 Mercury '59 MercuryM WITH ttwnrlc purcbaee Carpet of Blue Shampooerfor Luetr. '61 Ghev. Belair 4-Dr. $1,395You

I -- I Dr. HT. M.nterevLight ntry, --*'". A/T Automatic Og rag Sewing machine. rent John B Iced
Salary $50 Per Week WANTED TO BUY "'UpellO'' I blu*. A/T. *)AHImmeeulete tutone, RAH.Pcrfeet IM4 model with pattern dleka foefancy Hardware.only '1.110 per day loll
UMd girl babe CY .U* 1S-U ... Mitch** Sew on button mint see At
make button hole Doe everrthlnc.
Young to deliver WILL TRADE all porcelain Hotpoint $1395 $795 Sold for I1MOO now only I NEW double) 4reaer aad mirror '
men SAVE: 61 Ford Galaxie
promotional Norgerefrlserator Slightly marred S44 SO. 4-Dr. $1,695Power
electric stove asd/or payment of 1700 cub Call CY
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for help In tearing S '59 Mercury MM. lS4fBLACKEYE 10. Lamp sheet, ra. taMe >. .
gifts. Sales exp.r- down or will Mil for caeh. 59 ChevroletS *, dinettee. Chairs etc 11.00' up.Warehouee
Call 8 63135. > S1 4 Dr. HT. MentereI / Fvraitur Sale UIth F A. Bon It's clean
fence helpful Car needed. I,' Sperklln'* white' Ale Met.Or., A/T BelAIr new Blue tire : Pea now. You pick St.. NW. MlStHVKB '
WANTED TO BUY gad sturdy y A/T HAM Send Buy 190 bushel W* pick and eh.ll. 61 Buick LeSabre 4-Dr.
Original. :_ .: : PLANTS $1,795
Must have neat appear used boy bicycle Telephone 1321 bushel Julie* Durranc .
Fr Dea.Porlulaca
CY HTO7.' >.-Tr $1095 $895 Farm l>* mile West of Bowling .1Ie

j ance and ability to con Oreo., County Wee Rd. Phone 13-M FRHSM. I' .,. Coaecomb Ageratum and Slnnlaa.MtrlgoM Salvla.SHAW'S .. Fun Power F A. Sharp Car

I duct an Intelligent inter ((8)[ ) Automotive '59 Ford Ccnvt 62 Ford ." I Grocery at Hole behind 1C IIKyuamy A. '60 Ford Sta. Wgn. $1,295F
White with white" to*. 4 Dr. Waeen. Salldwhite. WE8TINOHOU8E: rang for . .
See Mr. Nilsen at rod .Int. A/T. RAH, Air full, pwr pole while, $700. 3M-I M after reondniond Inane weft I
view On ...".. .-- *...." freeit -. : 1.10 ,.. 1111 uniform Not pn-pacaaged. I.e A, Clean
COME SEE USIN $1895 what. bur All new and colon
Florida State EmploymentOffice $1095 : r I r Plywood playhoue Need 1100 you per cult Ill Artava Ave.lUbumdeJ I '
Haven between come repair |M OK, Call CY S4473r *. Acreee from Conlnea- 60 Pontiacs 4-Drs. HTS $1,395
Winter CY S-O10. 14-TF UTVLARGE ,
cal Caa c.
: -- ---
the hours 8od a.m. I New Kozy Kamper $7QQ Ilgwlmd eUctrt! fan. I R. Fully equipped F A. 2 to chose from

OUR NEWLOCATION Fully equipped Inc. canopy Rt?. $9fS f O7 high *' wtd.. model Ml 111 nil. '
to 12:00 Noon and I.-00 Uke MW. HO 00. 3574541. 13-IS 60 Ford Starliner $1,295

. .

p.m. to 5:00 p.m. AT THRIFT DEPT. NO DOWN PAYMENT : PRINTERSM (10( -A) Boats & Motors Spt Cpe. It's Jut new


IJ.1STJU.CTOR '55 Chevrolet '57 Ford : M Many More 'M's, '42's, '*T, To Choose From

401 6th Street S.W. n FL LM Star Cable en._. ASAlumlnuav
aDd rlrlM I-Or. HT.Va '
operator.work rasa MUlOt..... Tame, ,"Owner, RAH A/T, P.$. Ten law 40 HP JokuonEUctrki 59'S As Low As _ _ _ _ $595
r.*. meta vs 1 *niin>e.e eta '
( 'O. Boa 65. Wt have s large MlecUon of VUMShew Motor '
transportation 58'S As Low As
ow. INDUSTRY tnoal wtQnt $395'Sra'SA's.'SS's
OJ tm. IHI yMnM _ _ _ _
Halnee City, phon* '55 Ford Head m ably 4 abed heavy dulytraCS
BOTH NEW & reern ."a',, 53 Plymouth GOVERNMENT Goal temM. CY .- 1-14 To Cheese From

v .. Stink. RAH 4Dr. A/T RAH,
MAN USED CARS lmm- **..lt* New Tine I LARGE family ....t. U ft. CUacpar TALL COME SEE THESE BEAUTIFUL CATS
CHaUoa. T. HP Evmrad: a
delivery Ml tralter. Nip ............ Leee
30 to 50, la good health for Seats Deal Your Way than M hours Lee than ball ,**.. REMEMBER Your Best Deals In
counter ,a"_. warehouse For the best deal In town Drive Our Way 11311. ... al toil *th, ... KW after
stock maintenance u> 4 e* p m. CT a-aua. aLl THE MONTH OF MAY

heavy hardware line. No eiperience PINCKNEYOLDSMOBILE PREMIER MOTORS INC. II ft. O eby bna.t. 71 HP ETtnnid
miter. Messy trattar. 0mr go
to
DICeI''''. WIBWI ... ....... CT KM*. U-14 All Cars < Warranty

kirn tt: work. State qusUfic 324 3rd St. S.W. 293-90M
111 na.ee. ea a 2Jfl7I FOR SALE: II ft. Flbarglaa boat
handwriua
lions In your own rkM CY 4 nu M HP Erred mote alto _*. 1102-Hh St. N.W.
2938708Page
to Newi-Chlet. .BOX A-i4i *" X11 -TT I I I trM stoner iwTuawd.and traI.1SHSM.... lie meaoaM..fl.r 14-11-





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) For Rent, Furn ((11)) For Rent, Furs 1(12)( ) For Rent, Furn ((13)) Reel blots For S.1e ((13)) Real Estate For S.1e 113)) Rt'I1: L\tate For Sele ((191JEstate w For Sele (I IiG-.U..t.Fors.le) I


TRNISHED: or UNFURNISHED NICK clean furnlKhrd tarace apart I I BEDROOM trailer 140 UO a JIOO DOWN'ha" -HOME' AND INCOME: I J-h1klNljOta. bftth l" .aclu.I',
EFFICIENCIES Vice and l\t RID.wOMa I menIdeal for one or couple month 111 At. L. NK CY &.i731J15 223 Ave. H, SE \ .1 I I.tkr. I'B H. large airy now Also riean furnl.hed efficiency 0'5011.5 Rn Bro ,rIMM4I I melY. t oM brink wall
r in'l "
onvnlntly located in Old FMUIuUdlnc I iwrtment Excellent. neichbofiuod I Today's Buy Bj* > .111' 5 bedroom CB home
- --- -- Florins
dilll Uk. b* utlul bMld
Call CY MMt CYMin I6 S bedroom 1 bath home close "
or C..ta. Call arir 3U p m CY :a-BKOROOM. partially turn h..iIBBOROOM Nor T H Oeot for your rrtttcnt end rOon/ *'U> brait tU* floor adjoi
I
Fry 3 I8* IJ.TF nest lake Alfred Only till ......1.) I Tomorrow's Security to schools and shopping Must :1st >l. S U MrMiwI J-tlo. par.
0t mM MMHthcd << thtt
Rnity Co 194 Ilk IS. NW l'YW'IIT. r ta. .
be toM to settle an estate Fully !- 1 I nptyA / y
11.1. I MM DOWN. Ml pr MMIk N.whrMorat tCtll1 tot Wo per mouth M tN l t:1h tlr4 'dra1rAysrtrtlorr lor.U .
I furnished IMHM wttk
$.600 $500 l I knlrwM
: furuMwd houa on tth Down $. month anew to rkaln o( ..... \IIOIIA'. iHi. $itu M GET A SPECIAL 81 Uk Ida. No dpoat. on ull Attention per KBALMX MTATR CY MltT CY. 1'1with like itcttf sod I Ib I | 14-IJ
(plea Call ..!.. 11-14 *. 1.-
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Value SeekerRIPE -- -- -- -- # h ft bOat Hunching Total ItT
I GENE PRIEST OWNEHltV'
LAKEFRONT APARTMENT I I TOP UMtKINO PfA\ #*>. Uw down ,' Ham, trraao floors,
USED Last air, roonu and kl MJTt.ohmtmw REALTOR I Call :JM till for aiipoMUiMHI to InIpMt "i "- ill 3MA St. NW. PI"j'm i I r"t'| A il'tn|)*.l. BMllt-in ppllane**, 0"
s 1I.c l'SY I. I I I31S MOD 110 down amuin P H A. c*l1pAt| IKlchborhaad. $MOOO and
After I 00 p.m. I TF First St., NW CY J.11SJ LAW 1-"' _.. eHnt mMih.bornnod t9O9O ad ..... C. HW.

CAR FURNISHED apartment 144 AraF I I I I1I10U monthly iwymrntaI 1.14, bPJA WATSON .CMn-.:' 'Io,._ _ lHt
BW Call afar 4 JO |' m CYanta. 14noar -
- -- - - --
i4--30 JttAU'OIttI' Post MLK a" OWNER
1 --- :"" : IUi1 ROOM I bath Ur.. famMyniom 1'11 \ Ft. NW CV HU' lAir >n'nihly ..*,11I.111_ on ""' "..
TREAT FURNISHED 4 room spar.m.at. ,/ ''EJ. I II I N\HTIIE.\ST: I-ulK- Martha. JH. 10..11I-111 nil kltthcn all brtrk *",\> <*,* Kronorolr*! utUltl.
440 W Onuw IL. Lab AlfradPhon ,, ..lr...ni bald Kxlr 'II..t/ and horn Koautllully Umi r.i..d. 14i.fcNB S-K", i-I.'''' air conditioned konit
FR 3199. Also ll hu, water . I ah, w<.r in ulllll/ room trio of Ito i If water and moor but I* "" r.iK,,,,,,'10 with. ..11 kept y.rd
I DURING OUR furnlahcd Adult only I-TF '" I.l"r*$. rvnml ant ,'.,,1'0\\ hmlIhitll nutald clip, INo rlly tail *<-lwol 1RfptdM. I".flUII HOMCI 054 'N.'Kiy "1nl.d. Aureole down
I I'n >rarii ax I2NRO *<)d aaaum* roorltac* MYou'll
ROO..I Do..alo..a. eon".III.III.Nice. I 'A' EA-L I aanurnr IMM morticm. Iwlnbl-. Wr tM Dow: If TOO month :}/ f TTE: Lola AirradtTr ldatr'. : tnonlh $10 I71k S4 NEI
i i 11.00 wink. CY154iI.. 71TF FOR I7SOO month rh,n. <'Y 3 IV. I 1. 14 4 y 8 uwi .rr 'Y 4 ItJ 7 1411

SILESrIIt WINTER MA\KN': KINMT
one bedroom air oondltlonad all Someone with imagination persistence -
Iwtrlc IMPERIAL APARTMENTS
5M Av*. H, BE. 2tl-62117 1S-I7 (and a WHITE TORNADO .
) "..TRANSFORM\ thii
FURNISHED apartment vnw.-in.
15000 per month Call W P older home into a charming '
Y'on.lly. Off CY I-06M or Rpa CY 199 model home with I rooms
$4100. 14TFVILLAGE
I and two bithf May silo purchase '

a OF OARDEN I authentic furniture. Dusting .
. APARTMENTS FOR PARTICULAR -
.
PEOPLE: I. I. A I aDd polishing would make I


North.FURNISHED BOWEN MOTOR apartment LODllE:,"dreom.j for nnt garage TWO' INCOME apartment.PRODUCING on rear of Always Find What You Want In Winter HavenWhy

U CORVETTE Convertble 10 CHEVROLET' ,. Near hospital Ulllltl furnl>hed. ..
I.D
Bi N/1..rynre'w
Full . w e1. wr rr.4
lot which
Inj.ctor 4 peed. 1M4 this valuable clow in ,
CY
blg Only . I2OT9W tafim r _.1 .Cyl... _ltd.--:_-Ihifl- $iwM GENTLEMEN MOM Room by ....kRtoUOIIAbl. will make payment after tubitantial Drive Miles To Shop? Try Your friendly Home Town Merchants.

CHEVROLET' Impala) tptttfin . *. SIerra Court Mold. : down payment TO
$ I cyl 1., auto trans. CHEVROLET' It Ton_ Pick. Hwy. IT North. 7.TF SETTLE ESTATE to make tn Keep Your Dollar In Your Hometown . Help Boost The\ Economy!
I _._
Serra gold, Only I4 'i UP Cyl. Only |11MM A A.
I-BEDROOM trailer. Very' reaaonabl offer today
'12 RAMBICM' Custom 4 DPlUtlon CHtV-OLIT' 4-Dr. Im. *, Mid-Lake Mobil Home
wagon std obit pill Sedan, ( Cyl pewciglide Park ThornhW Spirit Lobe I-T.Rd. 41J.Ia.11fi(1I'7' itltnJ: HAVENDALE SIXTH STREET DOWNTOWN bOWNTOWN
1Ia.am.
.
whit A rod Only |1 295 whin I turquon .
Only .._...._._.... IMS 0V_ M__ _M W .-.-. i i
'M IMPALA 4 Dr. t4nt Jo
CYPR190 OAKDENtArABTMENT : INTERIOR
Cyl, Auto. Trans rtdio. TIRES MUFFLERS WESTINGHOUSE
cool wfcit Only ? |'1n '(, CHEVROLET' 4-DP. Im ) PNeaITIII6S'O___ "7 GIFTS end TOYSFor
Pla gdin g Furnlihrd l-bdroom ai rtmenl. SEAT COVERS Service
Cyl. Auto Decorating
Trant Power air conditioned Clo** to town andLake WARREN SECKEL. Realtor AX APPLIANCES
'S. CHCVAOLKT' BtlAir/ 4.Or. Itsorln0. Boyi and Girls
ladio' Hinir, Cool Howard CY 4ltUTF For Our Cntlomeritr
woit Ft Florldc'i L PrltM
( eyl., auto. trim, tuton -- Attoclatei Eve. Ir wtf vjy
--
A ... Isles I Snoelse.
Only __n_.___... __ U" Only turquom.. . ___.1__lharp.. |i.MI ROOM for rent I* private home W. II. McReynoldi CY 1-MOS |
with kitchen privilege or will Helen Whltlrjr CY 1.SMSHilmt IMPERIALDISCOUNT IIARVIY KENT VV, t*1It1r .H "intiet I' the Play Shop
'12 FAIMLANI' FORD' 4.Ortd board Hoaxmabl. U4 Ant B NE "111/1 sod ,...11 apIiaoe.LLeROYS
., I ey., ant. trim. '11 CHEVROLET' I, Ton .Pickup or call 213-Mtl! 1S-1S M. llndion CY I-7SU CENTER MATHER m third St., N.W.
radio, oool artist. g Cyl, L.W.'.
Only _nn -. __-. |124S Only _.____ .___ |11*} FURNISHED room. Reasonable -14SEU.INO 401 None..*l* live Wtrt FURNITURE CO. "tt4\ 'I THDAY STOHI"
Near Thrlftway and beach irk St. I AM. J, N.W.
.
Mparat entranc Kitchen prlvlle 1 IOY41EAGLE l U Third" If.. *. S.W.JflMII Ilgdp New City HISS
.1 COMIT 4-Or. odors '51 CHEVROLET' (** Parkin*. Kt: .... 2. NW. Con CT 4-11II
sip eond, ltd, shift Impel. tpt CY MITt t-TF OUT -. 40 Acre farm A
Cpe g Cyl aut ..
.d'
'
ono whit
owner A. "
nrrd. frame houo<'
and ranch (
*
Only ______ - 295 Annlv.rnry gold Onty MttM with dip woo, ruw chlrkrna.
EFFICIENCY apartment. air conditioned boat motor hot wattr huatrr -

11 *CHEVROLET
On* *wnr, Cool Tuq.Onl Auto Irani. custom cub ? NW CY MITt tTFIBEDROOM TV 30 l*. boll artlon ahuiiun. 22 The 1rad.marb 5314". MilMIUS siiyicit .;
r |14M Cool whit. Only $''$ raJ II hot rml-utu rid ..1671I111t'k FRFfHOsuclous
11M Ch.. ,111,1 I It/h1 1191100' llt.s' ] r..h..h4.
wa on A t. Bog B
furntihed apartment uECit'Family o..t..i.. Ar0e91 .*....11. tend tei* ant
air A-'. Call Phillip at FR J I nor III w .
on lake Bilver I>rv.. Summer mtel I liTTAKE Snie dl/tnr$9 W.tch'. bob r. ...,
500 a month' CaU CY MTTO or Iran m 191'..,9 "'ft.. and 9'001.04 .
CY I-UM I-TF ;- r I.AeIMa IYNt t. .'.... All Cf
I Orin.ln COMPLETE SEAL ESTATE .. ," ...
h "" 'u'" I/lII..tI POPtlllstO
:ECONOMY I I ;SPECIALS: : FURNISHED. rn Clo..ln.Nleo. PAYMENTSNo NI / SERVICI 10 ......., CoNOIISANDIISOH
Coil 293-7990 'I con 0. irsnIt .
{ 111 711I SL SW I"'T down payment, no qualifying 19 1 " .DeII Beasley Realty Co. CITY JEWELERS
on three-bedroom, 1 bath concrete 53rd. Wtfl DRUG STORE

. ((12.A) For Sale or Rent .block nomt. Built-in. G.E. 914 4m d. N.W. CT t-1717 A''I tklrdj. It..... H.W.r I" W. t.tr.i

.*en It range ,large lot. Good )

Cash neighborhood near .('bool.. Pay I LAKE

AS FOR SALE OR RENT 1 Bedroom mend of $90.SO includa Intur i ***

$ Down per month.iinfurnlnhed Low home down Rent payment 170 ance. taxes, will drop approximately DR. LARKIN Folk, Cowty' LH4I11f DlQ EDGE: TIRES:
A take over payment 103 Ralph 10% after qualifying for Trnmlilnlcee'ii Van Duyne
Bt Auburndale 2M-4H10 mom II..* homestead exemption. Drive by *< ri 1Hmalnm. CHEVROLET DEALER M/S )<'." Mr Mlla.nHiLVlNATOK
before I] and after 1.30 p.m Ntw s '* f ftffrt A Imwonc
0 5 $95 TO $600 IS-TF at 540 17th St. NE then phone .. ... e VOLUME SELLING a / APPLIANCES R .

W CY 3-3784 to tee Interior Meter Tun* U* CaiWaUr e ftOOO DIALS a '(?T
IALANCE ((12.C) Mortgage Loans 17TF4BEDROOMS. Cleaned HONI CY'-"" ftOOO IERVICI lAST TERMS I 91 W."1 CItttNI 10_

AS t-nalh tm.ll di.wi LARKIN'STRANSMISSION
ft F. Goodrich
WITH QUALIFIED CREDIT ... m."I. ...um* morU*... III Chevrolet Center 4INT15 HAf IN. HORIDA
IMh it. NW JtUffSt 10-18 SHOPIN .skis' ) the fi Qfdt*
SAOLf LAKAtreei UI lob St. IW. CY 1.1141 It...".
'58 CHEVROLET 2Dr. "6" Powerglide From Peel Offi'** 1,1 A V A. I.W. *73.6341It
Mortgage Money THIN ONE I* ready to store Into
and Mari mowlu the raa* or
57 MERCURY 4-Dr. Sedan Costs Are DifferentIf try your ft.hlB luck at eommiuHynlrr Cypress Gdn. Rd.
HartrMtf I .
'59 CHEVROLET 2Dr. "8", Powerglide a tat on lk utm cfcJk B. r=..
If your home autll- HTHOICNTHAI.ER A CO IM-tllt LawnmowerHEADQUARTERS FINE FURNITURE C Shrto HI FlAir .
4.y'hIisnesr APPLIANCES TV
57 OLDSMOBILE 98" 4-Dr. Holiday Sedan Soot. A Wknd* ItMtll ll-H
Cut for a 2Syetr, S"% AND APPLIANCES 1 'ht. C..4itl...riU

'58 CHEVROLET 2Dr. DELRAY Interest rttt loin without IE4tJTtP'UL 4bdroom.. ...Ioat..*. _____ TOIO TERMS TO SUIT YOU" t'4,,,,. Er.ndS- Soles r'; Servk

'51 FORD Vi Ton Pickup why any ihouldnt Service you charge benefit Laud ISO LAKkrHUNT on Uk. Baffin M fruit|MLlfnUJC traa:. Aatni/nd lll MALL" A 'INOIOUTCOAMO .rvleCOMLITI . Ut.. A M... First A A...lnn<* 0 t./p5Isi. v Curdis" ....,... RCA. VICTOR.

from the iivinf J. WHO, .* itlt4HOUfB II.VICI, PIPAINS ON All Al O.c.Uftt> rrl**. I fidldt Md...1. TMO TV, RADIOS
59 CHEVROLET 4-Dr. Biscayne, Sid. Shiii 1 1' MARS LAWN MOWII'I'' A
and more people MOTOR' HAVENALLIANCES
more ....... WAREHOUSEFURNITURE
58 FORD 2Dr. 8" Auto. Trans. ire using our prompt, : for aal. by _apr t-B tod- > 501.1501HARVEY'S -
room Florida room I bath Arc MOWER SALES INC.
'58 RAMBLER 4-Dr. Auto Trans. courteous mortgage service .all lo wall crp.tin.. euM
'59 FORD 4-Dr. Auto Trans. no obliftUoo mad.porch ld dr>*al*>*for tarry rllra4 eotipt acta Call*4* 111) tth M Cy..re* tti...i... II lab p. N.W. CT I.Mil 'A 111 ti. N.W. 311.'UI lly V C-rffW If Milt

TOWN COUNTRY afar I N p m for oppaltItmaimt
'58 RAMBLER 4-Di. Auto Trans. I MORTGAGE CORP I 2tHII..


'59 FORD 4-Dr, Auto Trans. -277 ".,noU.I .- $900 DOWN CYPRESS GARDENS BUICK L/leltl Up T. s'001It41 0\ tHE RIGHT DRUG

'57 BUICK 4-Dr. Road Master CY 11141I
I I BEDROOM HOMI PACKAGE STORE Avknieod" -S.I..hrvl.- 15 ESTATE LOANS A14\t Odsn$9 RIlk3; ,,1..

59 CHEVROLET Station Wagon, 6' Std Shift ftOUTHIAITBOIOOL "S 53.10' //mprovnd (r.o rtr ......, .. .
IN 14. Y.IYo' /' w
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O..a.r, M .1..1. P.*. JEEP w11,505 Ml*+a 5053rte/
'55 OLDSMOBILE "98" 4Dr. Sedan AREA M.****e, d C. Dares I* fn' di.. .' >.tl :9asor/p: / r pr'1..1 lp"l...
I 1(13) R- s.- Vobide l Stlti I Srrla 'I ltr'1 ai*. nabs end mtrtgftivoi

'57 CHEVROLET Ton Pickup New Tires (I ) Estate For AJ1 rooms extol Urft.W the* 101 C.4* M Ik.*. GIL HALL :.:50......'S ,', I.l."<.ni MifidtAtialLoan Minpwud. tll" C.... CY I-772S

UU>-WtU rpctiif.. CmiSS eAIOINS ROAD "(
56 FORD Sedan 8" Auto. Trans.
2Dr. -
Florida room. IH batU. PHONECY IUICK CO. INC. 'otnestlc Ity Drug Co.
BeLair "6" Std. l)t Stalk St. IW.
55 CHEVROLET 2 Dr. Trans Closed garage.Walking J.OJl4 11NCI' 1114C.
Hot Deals 77 3'111. MW. cY 1.1111C.1r.l
dittioc to aU 291-4'.. .., A A 504 N' 'II ClV I $1II
61 CORVAIR 500" Coupe, Std. Shift. tchooli

'57 RAMBLER 4-Dr. Sta. Wagon ON All for $l'.000 web 1900
down and no doling -' _-
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'49 CHRYSLER 4-Dr. Sedan Nice
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cotti. "lvoP7iIl' Fir The Lily Peel
PLANTS PLANT fOODS r90511 I
'55 FORD fl-Dr. 6 Cyl. Nice Cool Homes LEIS BROS /fj1 WatarINl.s KRTILIZER/ MID SHOPCLASSIFIED LIb'

'58 CHEVROLET 4-Dr., B.A. "6" Powerglide ,...., 0.19 FI.S '. c....,',
Call John G. PETS
Wood & AMOC RCALTOM12M : p.N SopMii.

'60 FORD Z-Dr, Std. Shift Inc for detail on these tO Cth M. NW .tIl! end Pet SupplitlDOTY For .; :;;:
: "
new, ill tool borne la GARDEN
NenIa Gala)
54 CHEVROLET 4-Dr. BelAir GROVE lust a hall C o".aKe Slocum tiSeP ,
m-im GoodBuys
mil lilt of Cyprett Gardens Eft. .... WO J.nil.IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIHIIIIIIHIIIIIIIIU Water Garden Farm i G rrf.. Supply' A* HOMI Of
1101 CvMeM ...... Seed
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PHONE m 5425k i t w. QUltLlTYU
WilfUl HAVEN
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nr 505 AMMOM mrtBMaU
Mtat. CY MtM fritKOTH1NO I To Settle I
_ -- --------- A New tf vie* It', "Finqer.Lictln'/ G.. ID ANNUALS SURE TO

IDYLRIDGEVIEWortu I | Estate ITbil | T* Our Cn....,. ................ '% INSECTICIDES
'UTILIZUS REGISTERFC
J bedroom. 1 bath .
S YEAR WARRANTY Cy>*M.
ROME: = korat If offered at very rrttfootbU k. i.,,,rt Lies l..,,,... JACKPOTADderoa
..). = Urmi. ComE I OOO CHAN USIO wE. rN O..'......l Nertsr9Cooney's DAILY

NOVA COUPE Stock No. 324wK pltteJjr redecoroted Inside | CAM AND TRUCKS ..
SPORT
.*.. l Sara IM ea. ft ...n.A38aL : : .. + .
.It... t-ltatk. ....... s and out terrazzo .. .. Drug Store
Whit A lilr.r; bin. PowtrgHd whit*. R&M AUTO .. .. 'I dAtPIN WAY.IINA511.4.NW. .
p one. lao a* ft oreraJI |M Mt, s noon ir i er r SALES .. ..
wdlis filned.rindshield, p.ddsd dash, 52389 Itt w. ewcTtuSERVIC
Out Nor odul. Hv4 term rift toIM I = Florida room Only a 1400 5 III .14 .,. tW. CT4imAll 6tlt St. N.W. 2f4.22)l So -
.*| covert, refncbbl. pat b.lfC1C / It or Ainwn ... U IM poredmad = don payment required ef 1.1111AVENUE

group Sup.r Sport VI .ho in ttock, *0 Ml ** cJ i tad UM total price to
E. NW."ALROMOTIVEESERVICE'
CT 3 IUJOO CM be bought .
slitsP3Moyy '
I coapletolr ImtilMd tf

wr tn9. -' to Hilnir tv i dnirvd Tt a4.. call S G...,d $5.0 Metd Wtr\ TV un REPAIRS.,| ON 'rIW -
IrCJIAI'ROZ ::l.
Soak boo <>. M M
a lad Mcadas Cal Wtan W-U I | PALL iMrraI CONDITIONING ."111I0 fT ... r I 'aANS""ISION (1t APPLIANCES

Ertt. A ... CT ..1MSifoWIH 3 .. IOOr HEATING IN. "-, A..... AJoo Vro1M, "...... 11..9 Aim AM SPECIALTY- WM* tleaHI U..4
"_'I Pie,.. Aa9paMn s .. EASY TERMS -
FOR SALE .WIeW 1114 "- 45 11..91.t ;::" <] .
Lon rr***.,..
GbUMTRY,7UwKb ""N
3.54,. UIU.oan L M. SCHNEIDER UNITED OoodycarSTORI
kaw. ogle ........ pwA. Mel. tree Celriva I TV
,,'. H..cw.f 8 Ml SHOT MHALBtMfc.tW NS..MK M : W, >..." t. MOTOR SERVICE STORI
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tp.. Bghton WINTER HAVEN DAILY NEWS-CHIEf-WINTER HAVEN. FLORIDA ,. "rJ"v fv_. - -- -


t lAMVIIa RI *rwliw Meat Poultry PONYTAIL j S NOTHING AS FIERCE AS AN ENftAGED -AMD ALL SLOBSOVIA IS DrXeNCHED WITH

N*!**DRE. TED GlMZftmofftrCTrXlKM .VACKS.- KrCKAPOO JOY UUICK .','-


((13)) t..1 E.*.. For Sale

i" Are Best Food Ir

,.Ulll.......
OwMr mllllt pill I-W-.
balk, ceatral heat and air cable
doping Open beamed Cellini la llv tQrl
... rom. ... Rollassrt.halle and Buys TodayWASHINGTON
Florida room in 4Ka0 V
eluded 111000 4 1 O
u.a..r.
Make ;offer on equity S-U li (UPD-Shop-
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i -HANDY- MAN SPM'IAL pen will find all of the best .i

Bring your paint, brush ft yard food buys this weekend are per-
\ rah, .larcr S bedroom 1 bath Iowa'located salads
fect for springtime
1 block from Winter Haven -
i High Bchcol on Ave C SK All cute of bf will be 1
Price ft 500 $1I 0 Down OT .permoajth prominent at meat counter this \ \
Call Dan WinUra. BuilderDeveloper -
or Norrla Bryan CY weekend" Shopper will also l

41HSHURRY. find feature In poultry pork
IT WON'T LAST LOIIIMI7ON loins and hams.

Belt vegetable buys this c..C-

CHAIN Or LAKE New 4 weekend will Include asparagus,
bedroom, I bath none . 40'
aereened porch, double carport, artichokes beets, cabbage Texas -
dock Wrel elde; Lake BlolM How- carrot, celery, greens, corn, 1
er Hoad CY M740 CY HH8I. T-Tr
eggplant, green onions leek,

REPOSSESSED HOMES Low lettuce, mushrooms, onion,

t :ir.Y: construction Modem, Contort CB parsley Maine potatoes, and

CY 4-JM1 or II: MU Ev**. 8un- rhubarb. ii"Ii
day 2W-JMH TMT MORTGAGE ( .
CORP OF rUORIPA14- .0

NEW HOMES legal Advertising fdf

BY OWN IIR .I11
BELLi UKE RENT C Fs.es Seadlr.,1. ,1911. warU n; Ms --a. y
FURNISHED OR UNFURNISHED IN THE riRCI'lT COURT OF Tall:

3-8284 Uune I TENTH AMI KOB JlUlriAL POLK C1WI 4UDNTVtLOBIDA ? IN "Artie got rid of his Beatle haircut because some

IN I HAN CM1MVOBIK body called him 'Miss''I"!
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Me.\ fU4t-e-m
i

REALTOR AGNES w. BRAZZEUUPlaintiff va. Florida's Weather WATCH WHEKEYOU'RE I

CECIL L BRAXZKUU Defendant vuiiiitr PCURIN6PrgelWATER WMO'S TMAT

MArmo NOTICE TO DEFEND ... .... I I THAT //
WEEK 111K STATE or FLORI1DA TOI JJJIlII1IIt1llIllh1Y'( (
?!
NOTICE!: TO DtLrH.HICacU > .. ITS GOING bAR6E!

1297% Betty N.L. Braaaell Cou.eeindanapolb Crawford And News Of Croos I RICWti< TIoIIlOU6101M'I TENT! I I

Indiana .
You are hereby notified that a WEATIIER SUMMARY: FIELD CROPS: Soil moisture iiirn

analnit suit for you divorce In the ha above.been entitled filed State-wide: rain on Saturday, i I. generally adequate in most II

e..... and that you are hereby r May 2, accounted for all the area of the State. Some area 1.111 II' J

aniwer riiiulmd 0': other aenr a written copy of Onfenae your imported: rainfall In Florida dur- In north and west Florida have '
k-m
HOVE UP upon Walter O Bell plaintiffs i.ig the week. These rains were surplus moisture. Heavy rains %
.uompy. whoee address la lit Van abnormally heavy In the ex- in late April and carry May

TO MORE IN '64A Bklver Florida, Build on or"t.tuI'l': 36U Haven day feme northern peninsula.' Several caused considerable damage to t

BETTER HOME of May 164.' and before or Im- reporting points near the field crops in north and west "
medlattly thereafter to file with Georgia border and between Florida.
the Clerk of the above styled Court Some field were a
THRU A REALTOR
the original of sold anjwer or writ Jefferson and Duval Counties complete loss from flooding.
ten defnnna If buy Measured 5 or more Inches in Considerable leaching of fertil- 0It'W eWI4ISDCYAQAOW
If you fall to do ao, Decree pro GD )UI MFThtlD Of slcAIALrG This WiufQf GT YCY.W N4/v05
a 24-hour period that date. izer
Confeeeo will be entered acaliut on has occurred. Soil erosion fMrO Ud RCIBAIfR1 NOW !Ar'F,
you for the relief demanded In These heavy rains caused considerable In some fields Replanting of Putt! ,
((13-A) Groves the Complaint local I flash flooding
WITNESS: my hand and official many field I Is necessary Corn
Mal of office at Bartow, Polk and erosion. Some of the replanting Is active. Yield .
County, Florida, this alai day of rains in this area were accompanied lowered. prospects 1I
10 ACRE: Mature icrove High els- April 1144. Older corn on f NI.
vet Ion. No cold 137.500. FR J-184T. D. H. SWAN JR. by hall which caused high ground looks good. Plowing 0M it
FR t-ltn. Clerk Circuit Court considerable damage to tobacco and side-dressing is
LAKE: ALFRED REALTY CO. By: Vivian A. Purvl active.
14-90: Deputy Clerk at scattered points. Much Cotton was heavily damaged by
April! 88. 80. May T. 14. 1H4 drier and somewhat cooler air floods Replanting of many I I14rl

((13-B) Wanted listings Not.... 1'. fredltenIX moved Into the Slate after fields will be nectlllr) Poor
THE COUNTY If' OB'. these rains. Generally abun- abandonment Is likely Tobacco v

lOl'KT' COUNTY IN AND FLOBIDA FOB POLO dant sunshine and slightly below was extensively damaged by

KEEP THOSE RENTALS OCCUPIED IN RE EIITATII OF normal temperatures prevailed flooding rain. Some fields were f-III

.Llet 2H1121.8CHOENTIfALIIR them. with chuck B.Froomke DELLA M. RICHARDS DeceaMd throughout! the State during covered with water. Stands

: S CO.,. Realtnre. To All Creditor and Persona Han the remainder of the week. were thinned. Some replanting -
U-14 InIr Claim or Demand AsalnatBald Abundant sunshine and seasonally necessary Tobacco not flooded

EMataiYou, and I each of you. art here normal temperatures prevailed Is growing Side-dressing is ac !
($I4-A) Loft II Acrt.g.SMALL by notified' toU.. 'In duplicate' allclaim In all\ areas on Saturdayand tive Peanut planting continues, :von COULD RUSTY 'YVU1'HOW!
and demand which you Sunday. Small
have aialnat the eatata grains are looking good. IF YOUR POITRY If M 6000 M I IF THAT
M. Rlrharda, .lnorthS: : CITRUS: Groves continue to Damage was WAS
deoeawd. generally light. I THINK IT H, DARLING IT DUCRVU IN QUALITY
RANCH fice Judge of Richard, at hi* office A. Bronaon In the County Court be In good condition, although Rains caused disease mostly TO ill Tilt LIGHT OF PRINT!' WMAGAZINf., THt PUBLIC fr.'i

Approi W ACREmall I Houa at Bartow, Florida, within no rainfall has occurred since septorla, blight In wheat. Yield 1LIPPW INTO THt COMPOSING 71 WOULD THINK THE' RRRIp,
BR. frame houee. bam. other build- el* calendar month from April U. May 1 High temperatures Ind will likely be lowered. Pecanicontinue ROOM AND- rvmAWKtMAOIN
Ins more, fenced land ,available food paelure Priced land at publication 1.... wtilch la of the thla date notice.of the Each flat wind have accelerated: loss of to bloom. Prospects s Vs.> > rw5Ls.aV WORK OF A REAL \A / I rI

127.000 with Urine.LAKEFRONT claim or demand moat be In writ- moisture and Irrljjtion has look good KJ PRO!
log, most elate the place of rardence > been resumed in drier loca LIVESTOCK '
AND PAS-
and poet office adder of r l ,T
the claimant mat be non ta &admu.t tions. The new crop fruit I II TURES: Pastures throughout \ '

came be will filed become a* aforeiaid void.EXCIIANII or else not string well and shedding has Florida improved from rains in ; 4/-

NATIONAL been excessive in most fate April. Pasture in most

RIQALTY BANK OFWINTER groves On tree that bloomeda area are now providing considerable -

CO.UItrAI a* Eiecutor HAVEN of the Eitttef little later than the average, grazing. Livestock hs

Delia M. Richard. Deo'd like Temples loss of young responded quite well from Improved -
William R. 960010.Itoat ., fruit has
By
been heavier.
Le.... a Or..s A........ Bnll.nII Officer grazing and are generally
ExecutorIITR4UnHN. Caretakers Increased activity in fair to good conditiOn.
B1IARIT A this week. Along with irrigation Calving continue and cattle

LOTS TRACTS KAUXIRIDIS spraying, and pruning were men are active and
Follow from Attorney* spraying r SEEMS.l
alcm Experiment PRETTY CLEVER
jrfy IT >
being done.
Station, Lake. Alfred North LakeLowerr JU Magnolia Av*. Summer applications marking cattleVEGETABLES CIRCLING *HEAQF II Y SALLY. THAT THOSE y I .
Propertlea. Phone a-ul41 Winter Haven. Fla. of fertilizer are being HAMIDS DHOW 009100 '
I BOUNDERS ,
HAVE
: Weather the II
after. _IOU p.m. t-June 1 April 81. 30, May 7, 14. 1M4 started s little earlier this year past week following Statewiderain THE 1,101111,. v / VLRADAR.TOOIi !?
4 I >lvX-. I
INTENTION TU
NOTICE OK Late
type orange harvest Is of
May 2
was nearly ideal
MAKE: ArrLUATION FUMtl.NAL I v/
7 Acres Land DIMHABUK progressing at a moderate rate for harvest activity Cool win. COMlNO TNH AT'EM dbf r {

IN RE MTATK OFJtoaall as dictated by contracts and dy weather following the rain THEYII NEVEkr way a j e

Cleared Approx. 300 feet on F. Carliele aatata beceaaed labor. Fruit Is maintaining very was beneficial especially where r 6U6PECT WE'REFOLLOWING I I a i

Thornhlll Rd. 29% down TO ALL WHOM IT MAY CONCERN good quality considering the advanced rains were heavy. More extensive THEM! t I I I
Price KSSO. maturity of the regular
damage
Notice la hereby liven that w* was in the north-
have filed our final report aa Ancillary bloom crop. The late bloom ern tier of counties Rapid har "
J50 ACRES Excellent pastureland Admlnletrator oi lh..Lat1 Valencia are improving steadily vest of mature and I 1 'r "..I.MImGOODNIo4T 1
potatoes
Price $150 Acre 29% of Rosalie F. Carllala, deceased; but 1P
.
many will be harvested I
covering of
that we have filed our petition for exposed tubers In 0x rf i
Down Good Terms.VARNER final duEharie, and that we will separately later In the summer the Hasting area, with cool
apply to the lion Richard A. Bran Grapefruit harvest
eon, County Judge ol Polk County re drying winds minimized losses .H
REALTY Florida; on the Sth day of June fleeted diminishing supplies there. Harvest of tender ;
andfor
14 (U St., NW CY M4S4 1H4.final fur discharge approval of aa the Ancillary some AJmlnlelralor crops has shifted to central and j j'O I

10-15 .. t.. of the eetate of north Florida areas. Watermelons jI I
Hoealla P Carllale, deceaaed Court Record In
LAKE McLKOD, HT i apl|>ro.lmale-' This 4th day of May, 1144 are peak volume sup .
ly Ml' aoddedcaped and parlly land- Enchant National Bank of ply at Immokalee. HEY WAIT' NI i-JC HAS'lNta A 7upf ....i t THEY VE DON I
WWO LUCILLIC: J, KING, Winter Haven, .. Ancillary deco,? covet Do 'tVU THINK iPuC'AL. MlfNUaHT N IT' THCY'VE i
Bartow USStil.IMOO. 10-11 Administrator eta. of the .1010 .IrNrs / DEAR'l1P VDU'RE GOING SALE AT f. V I
eilate of Rosalie F Carlisle vs.ll.. ..l 1011..10\ -1..1 TUDBURVSl NIGHTSHIFT
AT TEN ea"rus -
->*JS(
DOWN Deed .sicpn. M. 01 C...... slay CHOSE WRITING FOR MEj 1s o UlaVvrovvopeouT;: .

f.YOUR 00 PER CHOICE MONTH Tnwt By William Officer R Monlea, PIli t 1NUgs'Mru actin., .M.: Rw.61 L FORT COLLINS Colo. (UPI) i Ijr at GOHGTKi + d 1..f ? J HUSOAlsOS.1TO.

Aim have houee trailer for aal* Btrauirhn.. Bharlt A Kalofrldl t.HiJn wroa. .Ie. ace 01..... P. -A dozen over exuberant students -
cheap CY H31T. lOJjne 1 2n5 Mannnlla. Av*.. SW g14w..niter. acelro. Not-vu from Colorado State University /
"as r sod WailcviS .
GET A LOT WHILE YOU ARE May Winter 7. Haven K 91. .Florida.. 1M4 "'l trei o'r w0 ao..... are writing eaaayi 0 I ..I
YOUNG 100 ft on paved road. -3.0.: ...lIne.n. worth a nickel a word to them. d I
140 feat deep oranire and ..had.t. IN Tap fltX-MT COfBT, TMTH C.tlgle! .1?4 Rwe/M. Ibry, sox ve. j I
..... 8CHOEMTHALER 4 (0. 41DICML CJBTI'IT: POLL 0afz 1eashuse C.. a. as.O The 12 were picked up drinking J1 1 Jwww4AT'f
...,123. alt COI'NTY. FIX)BID*. : wits Prodae C's Ter ; n beer on downtown street
IN CHANCKBY. t. a Dlnwl1 Iy bs .....1.. the
: annual celebration
ISO ACRES 130 Improved to Arentlne > ('.. N.. UIU IHikt M tf. Me. 4St . 11011 ales, : during J 1I /
( and Praeacola Bahla 10 SANFORD B. BROWN Bolt: ltsloe, to. C1oeYIo I. ,asst. dlIbn of College Day*. Acting ,

Pecan Acne of treee young, aome oraniee.Cypraea; 10 timber bearing. vn Plaintiff art. alroen I., P.." ve. ...... P. ..... Municipal Court Judge John E. aQIJETt .....

All under fence. MO' road top. 1360twr = DOROTirr BROWN. Dunr 101.... akdks n. ...... "".... Kochenburgtr gave thema .
acre, 2t% down, EASY PefendanlNOTICK Ail 5140k iA'lOngg'v.. choice of a $25 fine or a 500- Mlae+wI I
TERMS Loretkin Polk City. Call. OF srrr Woe Bor.eai 5" "
w word essay on "The Responsibilities ! .I.IIU. 1 __ _
nbelaa..5
Auburndale WO Mill. 14-17 THE STATB OF nRIDA TO: 1.r.t CaJylll 04.11WIl
DOROTHY BROWN, Whose 1.me'uAw"oaro ee of Young Adults."

Reeldenc and Malllni Addreaeare ewro. eTrorro, lames I. ::: They chose to write. G1vE IT A nGAl4'pLMT / Drr trsb CCn4I! rtv ctos+. N! oral
( Tr.v.1 l 401 Roetwond Drive, Newark Roc
(16)) ) DelawareYou ,Thera.. 1 Fbsswul annws h IMloroa iceecTeo. TNL! TIMbI NTW 2AW ecIC7 ,luaNsrC tioARrkIAD

are hereby notified that a AAI.Mrhres r..iT: Maculavk Nest ..... .. IN1es PRICT 11178, 7h ?D.r
DRIVING to Denver lad week In pull far divorce In th*has above been entitled filedacalnet blur Dane eu Ilareend Doom. 'H BUT 1's-SOY PON'f 365M TD
you atrarrr0s..srn
May. Can take 1 paaeenier ihareaxpenaea. muss. and that you are herebyrequired taro' rrreu .o Mup Her : TOUCH 1149 TIM0.1091

evenlnge.. JM-3711 Call Saturday Sunday 1417Legal or anawer or lo other servo written a copy d.r.of .your...... ld j*. .r.r.. lbl'veul' Eraaweaa .. Ado .1 : r

upon WALTER: W MANLRT. plaintiff l ae jSlt vi Deleree. MUu* dlrane
attorney' whose' address toP.O. tt 1>eTve. ........ wSemPlril
Advtrtisin9 Florida. y IMM
Bog W4 Ukoland
.l .
pNr IC..01 II.... .. Ass
before the IRI day
on Dor Imm.411- vs. Aesil
A 1*>, and before or Lobe 1-:10-

Net... T. CredlUn atelv Clerk thereafter of the above la file styled with Court the not: wbie: ",:,,. vs.p ,...:: ; BUNS : II
IN Till: 1VIMTY: Jt'd1E'sCOlat ,
.l .I (Steele wart...
IN AND FOR POLkWt'NTY the ordinal of Mid answer or said Poetai looms. ace Leo Ara
rUIKlUA written defence. ,If any of wra' n. Maw 1
EITATI OF If :you fall to do en decree pro .' - :1..Men=": : 1
IN RE aawwgs
: ace
contuse will be entered against
1NOR1D J. CARLSONDeceaeed you for the relief demanded In the "Waft : 1.014 nth, aI a,.. 8'

To All Creditor and Pomona Havln ('om"..lIlt Xrvia T Mia>ea>, a la WITNESS mr hand and ofrlctaleeal Utelud Biuteae B.Mes/00.: die.fUal : ,
C'lalma er Deroaada AI.tn.tlaid .
of office at Bartnw, P"lk u..lI.l
Ketate: radio thla :IItli day of Phases c.
County .. ... GLIaad.Ja i I
You. sad each ol you are hereby to I-
.
144 .
nottlled to file: W duplicate which all April A D.D H. RU>AN. JR. roc. tt'' pa' alwy ros I.M I. MIRACLE WHIP j. ARE I WOULDN'Tee !WITS LOW AND LAO/ TW6V wENT OVT, TQ CXNMtTR, !
claim and demaada rail wlt.::.... \
Clerk Circuit Court 151w 054 5s
of YOU tee IN THAT 110508111D JOIN 1/9"Wf'U. MA" ''AM--'OJ CAN I'I
have aalnat the eatal Inartd PKXB ,
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1 Carla decaaaed. In th. office By Deputy Ula Clerk Fountain :! -L.I!! ... 't'i::' ::.. : CoC 2!! ASLON3A4VOU X6ERKX6? PLACE TAKE THEM TO A NICE ThEM ATawrY Ir100Rg'f \ I
oT Richard A. Bronaon, County April JO. May T 11 11. 1M4Nortri .. =7:... ., : INSIST ON eorfws T EI HAT
Judge at hie office In the CourtHouae OUT TO DINNER,
at Ber"'... Florida within OF TriTiON TO 5 ... .... ve laMe. MOABOW TRVW8 FOOD TTLRE-
all calendar montha from May 7th1M4 BF.OMTKB nCTITIOlS NAME aura = Ki. ...., el at.UefeaT zC: pie4TY MOORI'B i 4T1;:
which I* the data of the drat Notice le hereby (Ivea that the COVII" loun
publication of thla notice. Ia!IIeI.lm unci....""' ... bleeds t* register wick ...... .. ': acle 1 1I
or demand must be In writInc. the Clerk of the Circuit Court at rJ.l'i1r1'Alariesl ', MI I a Al 1J
moat atata the place of real- Polk County Florida purauant toChapl.r Ce, eVk"CwSeniel : ,, Whip .. c:
dene and poet art** addreaa oflha KM3. law. of Ftehd. Mar"**e tnd PlaeaM .. I .
muat be errors to and 141 Leflelatiir amead- _. "
claimant Act of aa Cere eta n Jeiiii y reatenB .o 11,0 '
mud be filed a* aforeeald. or ale ed by Chapter >*TW law. of Hortda. "Srde i
.. will become roM Acts of IMt UcleuHure. th.flctltMHia . !help, e BiaeWe .... f psi
Imebord C CariaonEieculrlx. aame to-wH NationalMemorial TL"wHIIi.rCl"Cliartol MUlM
Service plan, under ".... leeeat.nleee. ;i
Rills A Threaddll which he I* mvaced. .In bueineeeat 41ss sw ...ALLYOUNIIDrOR L U
P. 0 Bon tU SOI Luna Road Aubumdal Deceld. Sweaia Weiee Jeaa Walker.sI Lt 14.'Lu lead.ead .. i BITTER IUNWICHIS :'
Winter Novak Florida J'1ortd&, .
Attorney For EiacutrUC: C. R T. Buan Peek su aadSeuDe =: ':11 teteiea '-.. ..... .........,..... ...... Wit
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WINTER HAVEN DAILY NEWS-CHIEf.-WINTER HAVEN, FLORIDA Pag Nineteen


Market Firms ., OOP Hopefuls Vie For Oregon Voles Friday NUDE LONDON AD (UPI) The toltowfef .

.
'.. PORTLAND Ore clessiftad ad ap
Republican. presidential(UPi Gov Wintam( ( W Strain of ministration to speak up for paned on the front page of thismorataf's
contenders Pennsylvania and Sea. Margaret the former vice
president' London Times:
their stand.Isa
PI IanMeetkgHere and volunteer found tons Chase Smith of Maine "Sir Gerald K.Uy wishes to
l themselves at managers the end of the Like Lodge Nixon it not a Goldwater fared poorly In trace a painting of a life size
Oregon Trail today for declared candidate But Nixon the Oregon polls and< stayed nude girl by the late Sir i
a contest supporter promised a news out of the stat.on'e early George Clausen called "Prim
billed
Monday oive as the year'sbiggest conference today with Fred April He left Im impalgn avera" It was exhibited' in the
poaalbOttlet among GOP presidential Sealon secretary of Interior to his political' h""I'n.mll and Royal Academy in l.U and
during the Eisenhower ad. his vms Barry Ir. and Mike once belonged to J Lomb "_
On the eve of the voting, -
AocovnU and financial exKUttvM however Friday's Oregon
of agricultural market presidential primary w a i
!* firms will meet In Win- RESI 0GA viewed only at a curtain-
tar Riven Monday for a second raiser for the thow.stopping
In a arles of clinics Jointly dFRS act coming up in the California SOLDCARTER'S -
sponsored by the Florida So- primary II days later.
clety of Agricultural\ Account. Remits of Oregon' six.candidate
ants and the Florida Councilof race will be Interpretedand
Farmer Cooperative reinterpreted In efforts to

secretary L. A. of Thomas the council, executive will measure. their impact in California CAMERA & RECORD SHOP

discuss "The Agricultural Accountant Backers of Cov Nelson A,
What Does He Rockefeller of New York hopedfor '
Need" Using a "mantlie" an upset victory or at
flannel! board he will create least a wide lead .over Sen.
aa Image/ of the accountant 1 Barry Ooldwater of Antenna CLOSING
and relate the knowledge and ,- to raise their hopes" of beating
varioua ikflli needed to satisfactonrjr a Gotdwater In California
fulfill hit function on Polls have made an absentee
contender Henry Cabot Lodge.
the management team.
The conference will be held Y US ambassador to South VietNam
at the Haven Hotel after a the favorite to win In SATURDAY MAY 16th
"Dutch treat" buffet dinnerat Oregon despite signs that his ,
t:30 p.m. Tickets may be DOING A SWITCH-A Florida driver license eiaminer, Wade Cauneaux, It on the support has slipped a little.
obtained at the council registration receiving end of a driving test by Maj. Clay W. Keith supervisor of the driver (license Entrants In the Oregon primary
desk in the lobby forUTS. division of the Department of Public Service Tallahassee. Examiners are learning new are Lodge, Goldwater.
and better techniques In testing procedures as a step toward improving the quality of Rockefeller, former Vice
Reservation should be sent Florid. driv.rs.Beymer. President Richard M Nixon.organic .
to the Florida Society of Ag ,
ricultural Accountant! Box malfunctions can be 25
hauxtive study of the scienceof
corrected and healed by the
Winter Haven. .
265, The meetIng
is open to all agricultural\ Men's Club Hears Christian faith Our belief Great Physician above if we
accountant is in the supremacy of God, only believe" OIF
that with Him all things are Lane stated that Christian

Talk By Rev. Lester SeelAt I possible Miracles" are going on today full Science time practitioners to their work devote Just

Green Stamp Just as they were In the day ai doctors of medicine and
the regular monthly dm "Our belief," he said "is when Jesus was on earth he surgery do in thelrt "We belleve -
ner of the Beymer Memorial bud on the King James ver said. "and the power Is coming ," he said "that the procuring .
Methodist Men's Club Tuesday lion of the Bible We believein from the tame source We cause of all sickness Is
Book ReadyA evening, two speakers were the diety of God and the must have faith and believeIn Ignorance fear and tin and
heard in the last in a series miracles and divine healing Him implicitly Our sole we are trying to correct that
new 1964 S It H Green of talks on "Comparative Religion power of hit son Jesus. reliance" he said 'it in faith situation W V have no missionaries .
'Ideabook" displayingnearly I !." Christ" Calling science 'aneuct and prayer We concede that as such but spread the NORTH GATE SHOPPING CENTER
1.700 items of merchandise The Rev. J. Letter Bed knowledge of a given broken bone must be taken word through lectures, books,
is now being distributedhere. subject, we have made an ex- can of by physician, but any reading libraries, etc

.
The new edition of the catalog .
published annually by the
Sperry and Hutchinson Company
l it available at all local
merchants distributing S & H
Green Stamps, according to J, v
B. Terry, local representative.This .
year the year-old 1
trading stamp firm the only
will have an initial catalog r
printing in excess of 28 million
copies, Terry stated. The annualS
It H Green Stamp catalog has
the largest single print order of
any publication (in the U. S.
Approximately 33 per cent of '
tea products shown in the new + 0 iMMIY i. )
"Ideabook represent new and :
Improved merchandise, the S .
A H representative states.
More than 800 of the nations ,.
,
n rrr !k oY'
manufacturer and -
leading suppliers MASTIN 110I111'GOUt: T THI 'OfHlII'' ,0UIt IfOIIMAN tU10re MItcH MAIDS '
of brand name merchandise REV. LESTER SEEL z ,
representing some 75 different
industries have their pastor of the First Church of
product. shown in the catalog. the Naiarene, Lakeland outlined : J y ii
The back cover features In. the beliefs and practices IIB1EIiL'IEl'"d;
formation on the S & H Green of the Nazarene faith and
Stamp Group Savings Plan. By Dcnald Lane of Miami publications
the pooling of stamps charitable chairman. of the First
and nonprofit groups may. Church of Chr st, Scientist explained AMERICA I ''14 p
redeem stamps for such special the beliefs and theor
equipment at station wagons let of the Christian Science' I
fire engines, school buses faith.
and ambulances. The Rev Mr. Seel 1 stated'i
More than 17 million poundsof that the Nazarene church real. DD
paper and one million poundsof ly sprung out of Methodism,
ink were used in manufacturing -
having been fcunded by a for
.
"ldeabook" Trading
the
mer Methodist preacher, the
ttampi are presently saved for Rev. Bresee, in Los Angeles,
redemption in over 80 per cent Calif In 1895. Many of Its doctrines .
of the nation' households, Terry A'308VALUE!IJ
laid. are based on the teachings ___ .........
of John Wesley and itt ...!..|... U_lt" ..II......-
ritual closely fellows that of J I/wa.ns.ncw nowcn.... ice' '"u e.wa l a.M..wnll ........ -.. ....
the Methodist church. r s-rr "riL'! ..a .,..... ens .. t.............
Johnson Asks He explained however, that If,.. .f .10. ..,./....".0..,

Jobs For The its founders felt that santiftca- Only ::/ttmt*kf lH4li|: .!.
tion was being neglected and ( II a :rtUkl:*
advocated a stronger practicecf flkl ...-.! a ,rU. lk.l will
HandicappedWASHINGTON holiness revivals. ..yly ..... .....1'.... _,
"They wanted to be identified II yaw tt..ey..r.......t
(UPI) as total believers and followers II 11 fI
President Johnson wants federal of Jesus of Nazareth .
department to make so called themselves the Nai
every possible effort to employ .rene" .1
physically handicappedor ''Their way of life he said : Nothing else/ to buy!
mentally retarded persons emphasizes "an attitude of COYLIANtTZ MA/IAUA. .. .nazi... cnnisry MaSTNne Tnt000el ..

who qualify for Jobs. sincerity, simplicity and mod.
"This government, at an "

employer nation what intends can be to show done the tomake eration.vanities He scored of the"the present vices dsygeneration" and NEVER BEFORE AT THIS LOW PRICE! Repeat of a Home Favorite!

fuller use of the abilities and called for
of handicapped persons consecration and
more holy AH-WMTHER"42"wiih
with mutual benefits to those dedication of our lives to this SO itar American flag get
persons, the agencies that employ with aluminum pol e
Divine man of Nazareth
'
Item, and the public" lie laid I the Nazarene oI'y *
Johnson laid hi a memorandum 3 FT. 5 FT. 6 wing-span eagle,
to department heads, church has a membership of TUFSYN X galvanized holder
400,000 of whom 60,000 are in
made public Friday
foreign countries Hospitals, 5 touch**! rvbbtr ev.fM4 only3.TNYLON /
orphanages and schools are
DALLAS (UPI) A womanhsul.d also operated by the Nazarenes lu Coodjretf Una. FLAG SET
in tor with her
brawling
.
In this country, the
husband ot a city street early -
church maintains seven col-
today sobbingly told police the -
lee** sod one seminary.Laid .
trouble aO started "because I
$267s
had Juste little tip of hit it a teacher and prsettttoner ,
[
beer." of Christian Science .
Police taW the wit was II and it the publications director ,, 1$2 morQ for DO other purchase necessary!

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drunk
Jute D. Allan and en license forfeited $50 felted $25 bond. BEDS E BOX
retieMfic arrest IIS or 10 dirt bond no tail light, forfeited Jean Louise Thrift, no driven .
on each count. $10 bond. license forfeited $50 bond.
Grady CirHhrrt, drunk, Larry D. Hatcher, Improperpassing Mike Soliman Trabuliy. die- Antique Whit & Gold
noil proeied.WflHam fined $10. obeying stop sign not guilty II SPARE BEDROOM BARGAIN BONANZAS! I
A. .Jones drunk. Clifford Heard, drunk 10 William Jack Tyndal, ..peed.In. French Provincial
$29 or 10 dtyi.Eugrnc day" suspended sentence ., fined $15.Jacqueline .
,Keller, drunk, 139 Irving W. Hera reckless Deanna Uranlck, 7-Piece Bedroom AND 4-Piece Bedroom AND
or 10 dayi.Olllc driving while drinking, fined false display of driven license, 5-Piece Twin
drunk,
Thomas Owen
fined $25.Henry .
10 Joe day Douse impended Seymour eentrnce.drunk, $150.Flnnla$25 Hopkins bond. drunk forfeited $25 VII'e bond.' ,. drunk forfeited Bedding EnsembleINCLUDES Bedding EnsembleINCLUDES Bedroom SuiteSUITE

20 day impended lenience Travis R. Jarman drunk Nora M. Venrlck. failure to
Jewess Le Smothers, dlaorderly $25 yield right of accident : large 4-drewer chest Urge 4-drewer : Full Size Panel Bed CONSISTS OF40' ,.
forfeited bond.
conduct drunk, 18 or Wtniim Johnson Improper fined $15.Frank way dretier desk, corner desk, innerspring mattress, box Matching 2-DrawerNite Stand 41,.... triple 4,....' r..,. fglt
10 days each count license elite fined $10 Improper Goodwin Webber, die- spring, qrty pUitic headboard and metal bed frame. Innerspring Mattress (1..,tit drM mirror 14' I.
James Taylor, violation of driven license nolle obeying atop sign fined $10. Box Spring .... chart 2 twin and bdt.
parking ordinance, forfeited proiled. Jerry Lee Weddington FEATURES: ,.""i"i formic. tops,
$25X05. Jane Firmer Jones failureto drunk, forfeited $25 bond. h..d..d oak iet.rs. durt.pr..F
Charles Cobb vagrancy. 10 yield right of way accident, Fred Daniel Yates, drunk, A REG. $307.00VALUE A REG. $161.00VALUE tutor.euid.J drawers. dove..oil.d
day impended sentence.Bobby fined $15Thurman. forfeited $25 bond. $148 dr......
Joe Adklni, drunk,
B. Jones drunk, Cora McDaniel Yelvlngton $77
forfeited. t23 bond.
10 slay suspended sentence passing stopped school bui.
On . NOW
William Byron Alderman no Group Only
Georte William Lawhorn forfeited $15 bond. NOW Please Do CompareAsywbere
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driven license, nolle prossed.Rorer
vagrancy, nolle prossed.Jessie Argo Young, no driven SALE FINAL
Thomas Arnold, following !
Leonard reckless llcenie, nolle proaied.Quotes.
too cloiely-accldent
driving while drinking, not
fined IIS.Frederick rullty.D"nl.1, DECORATOR SOFAS ONE
J. Beekman,
Mavnor, Improper SUITE
drunk, transferred to county.
George Bell, drunk, not parkin fined $2. ONLY 196
guilty! Novallne D. McKemle!, dlaobevlnc (a,.. UJ. Pat Off.) .s . Scotchgard Fabric
Charlotte M. Bermubea, failure traffic signal forfeited By UtJted Press Interaatloail . Zipper Coven NOW
to have vehicle under control $15 bond. WASHINGTON A close . .
Self Covered Base
fined $10. Johnny Meeki, drunk, forfeited friend if Robert F Kennedy -
Otis forfeited 125 bond. dlicuulng the attorney gener 1 Genuine Foam Rubber
Birdsong drunk ,. 5-Pc. Italian Provincial
Ii bll Miller. careless drl
al's election '
$25 bond. year political role"People , Protective Arm Coven
In* while drlnklnr fined ISO. have talked to him '
Joseph Lee Boon, cares.live 1
speed, forfeited $1$ bond. Yvonne Merle Milter failureto about a lot of thlngi. But be Cherry TwinBedroom
Tburmon E.. 'Bordoen IHT exhibit driven license |1m. knows he lUll li a prisoner of
proper left turn' did not plow. events and he U letting his
headlights did not ahow.
James Horace Boitlan, Improper Arthur Montgomery, drunk, arms hang 100..." Compare Anywhere SuiteINCLUDES
bond.
forfeited $25
driven license, nolle
Novel Nelson, drunk forfeited RIO DE JANEIRO The : 40" t-Jr.w.r tripU4nn
proued. $25 bond. Your Choice I.rg. 4.drawe shut
Braiillan r r
foreign ministry explaining
Ella Mae Sanford Bradihaw, Harry R. Novel, Improper why It broke diplomatic $117 full Icitfth d"..., mirror 2
excessive speed, fined $15.
twill eb.ir.b.ch btdi. FEATURES;
fined $5.
Edward Brown, ... passing relation with Cuba'"Caitro'a : ,
Henry NOWWASHABLE d..I.il.d draw tongs drawerguid.s
Nina Lucille Nunn. followingtoo
cult and battery, transferred government hat h..d..d ... itori.rs,
to county. cloiely-acddent. fined $15. been using relations with Bra til juit-pra.f d,....., eeeuine for.
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Frank Hayes Bumgardner, Dewey L Odum Improper particularly In recent months mica t.,..
start from parked position
-4o cover the propaganda ac
disorderly conduct, forfeited fined $10Thomas. tivity of hit agents . COMPAIgANTWHIIII

$30 Wayne bond. Charles Coffman, careleii driving Hick mm, fined Peanon$25. SAIGON-Defenie Secretary PLASTIC Bahama Lounge . NOW $18 ONLY ONE $
violation of parking ordinance, Charles Stephen Flevik. Robert 8. McNamara discussing e e t lull anyNOW 187
forfeited $11.75 bond. careless driving, forfeited $25 the anti Communist guerrillawar
Bertie Jean Couch, dlaobey- bond. in South Viet Nam:
Ing atop sign forfeited $25 Harry Waldo Prlncle, speed "Thli li going to be a long Solid Walnut With Formica Top
bond. too mat for conditions, forfeited war. I don't think we should
Orbit Couch, assaulting an $25 bond. delude ourselves Into thinking
C OBLONG EXTENSION TABLE
officer, drunk, transferred to Joieoh Rutledfe, failure to anything other thin that, ADV! Hungerford8Pc.
county exhibit driven license, nolleproued e 3 SIDE CHAIRS a ARM CHAIR $78

James II. Cross, disobeying MCMINNVILLE, Ore New 1 s Reg. 5145.00 Value I 11 I only) . NOW Solid Rock Maple
stop! sign, fined $10. Caroline Allen Smith, driving York Coy, Nelson A. Rockefeller s
Marlon L Dozier drunk with I expired driven urging government encouragement a Twin Bedroom
forfeited 123 bond. license, $10 fine impended. of small business: Nat. Ad". HUNGERFORD
Paul Winiam Ellis drunk, Ernest Smith excessive "Small business la the seed Ensemble
10 day impended aentence. speed" did not show corn of American enterprise Solid Rock Maple Genuine Formica Top
Leroy Adam Eckert. care* Claude Stiltner drunk, forfeited and American free enterprise
less driving, forfeited 123 bond. $25 bond. li the backbone of I free eo- INCLUDES: 42">7I" L Monroe Donald Elklni, no Floyd William Sullivan clety Plaitlce-Tep Wqlimt Flnlik $Piece ....i.* Ttbl with 2 L...... $ 2 4-dr.wr stack chats f.r.
driven license, 10 days, vagrancy and Inveitlgatlon of Dieing deemJ4" t l*.utiU Main Cli.in. 187 mica (., crn.r dusk Josh chair
Robert Jones Ford dliobey- breaking and entering, trani IT PAYS TO ADVERTISE IN Mereulsreut, .111,11... poraere Park. rep need.. table II E.g.esrN.d $299.00 (II I let only) . . NOW 2 twill .r boa btJt.
Ins traffic light, did not show ferred to county, violation of etrnt. .114. to 41 4 padded, Fleck
Kenny Hammock no drl,. parking meter ordinance, for. THI NIWS-CHIIP skein THERE IS NO FINER QUAL-

COMPARE Not, Adv. HUNGIRFORD ITY THAN HUNGERFORDI

STATEMENT OF EXPENSES ANYWHERE $78 Solid Rock Maple I Buffet 118 The 5-pieee corner ensemble

.. slee.oo alone sells for $480.00. Bring
Exactly At Illustrated and Hutch Top lOnlyl , your own cabinet maker to
NORTH GATE CITIES SERVICE appraise this value!

Solid Walnut 7Pc. Dining Room Suite $ 00 ALL

MOTHERS DAY PROMOTIONThe 1. J6 I (tl I Greup eslyl
FORMICA: TOP 4i" .rr LARGE ROUND EXTENSION TAILI WITH
2 LEAVES. a IEAUTIFUL CHAIRS A RIG. J14I.OO VALUI . . .. . . . . .. . Now 'IHISNOW

Milton Co. (orchids) J SO.00
ODDS & ENDS CLOSEOUT $286

WINT FM Adv. orchid promotion 45.00
r I Solid Rock Maple

,. WTWB tI" Jo.OO Captain's Chair i $16 SALE IS FINAL!

WSIR tI" 50.00
t. RI& $37.50 . . . . NOW

\, The Shopping Guide M 102.00 Not. Adv. HUNGERFORO [Iio'I I


100 Sll Creen Stamp to redeem certificates 90.00 COLONIAL 4PieceSOLID Sold Rock Malpe Louver rr .


Apologetic Broadcast 75.00 MAPLE RECORD CABINETS$3 7 Ptos.ti. toe. ..,Ie a wdvt e..
; LOUNGE hh. N".r ..d 2 a.. Stools.
:'It Bunk BedGroup RIG $79.00 . . . . . . NOWMATHER C Gi.vsUho I pi.oi.I .i. ,Nat. A11SW..05.


Total Expense $442.00North CHAIRS
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