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Title: Winter Haven Daily News-Chief
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Publication Date: May 18, 1964
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THE n; Winter Haven Daily NewsChief.Tho as, X 100 The leis.World,


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able winds 5 to 12 miles per hour
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ti WINTER HAVEN FLORIDA MONDAY MAY 18, 1964 PRICE FiVF GNTS;

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Damage Johnson Bids Congress



; .' Heavy In






x Motel The office and Fire one twobedu Increase Viet Nam Aid

:" of the :MoAoWU Motel,
on vpre.ss Gardens Rd.. Just
cast of Sixth St., :sF! were
". .
mpletely pitted by fire last

i'I i'/' r damage,m with to considerable four other smoke units. Lodge Backers $$125 Million

/:. lOtal damage tothe motel has
not teen set, and cause of the
flro has not been determined, Support RockyIn
... fire department officials said More SoughtTo

.. this morning Winter Haven CaliforniaLOS
Fire Chief Abner Lewis said

"<. the blue apparently started ANGELES (UPI>- .Backers Push War
somewhere In the office. of Ambassador Henry Cabot

Walter Morris, assistant fire Lodge today threw their support .
chief, said that when pumpersand WASHINGTON (U'Ph-Presl-
to Uov Nil Ison A Rorire
flremenarrlvedatthescene feller for the Republican presl lout Johnson asked Congresst
shortly after 11:38 the .
p.m. t .in for additional 1125
dentist nomination In the California > an
office was In names and the
June 2 primarySen. million In economic and milln -
J J fire was spreading to the five sntlmmuniat .
Barry Goldwater and \ aid to advance the
fiY' adelRtng rental units.The fire
Rockefeller are the only Republicans < war in Viet Nam.
men concentrated their effortson on the California bal f the Viet Cong guerrillas,
tour of the r
tvtng units. The lot. und.r orders from their Com
one next to the office was con
It was emphasised that the muniit masters In the north
sldered a total toss as was
Lodge backers threw the support have Inti-nslfM terrorist actloni '
.
the motel office.Morris
to Rockefeller\ because' against the peaceful people
MOTEL DAMAGED-Tli. office and ont rental unit of the St.-A-Wil. Motelon said the motel had they feel that his delegation to ,1 South Viet N.m," John.

Cypress Gardens Rd. wr gutted by fire lat night. Th. Wint.r Haven Fir. Department two occupants for the night the San Francisco convention In son laid, In a special messageto

I which was called to the scene, said considerable smoke damag. was asleep when the fire broke out. .July will "offer the most eventual Congress
don. to four rental units next to the office. Cauie and total damage have not Doth escaped unharmed and support to Ambassador This' Increased terrorism requires
been determined.Thornhill. were able to remove their belongings Lodge WINS AIR MEDAL Capt James E Johnson Increased response," be

which were undam- ------ ... right of Winter Haven 'U awarded the Air Medal "for .
meritorious achievement In aerial; flight over Viet Nam" aldUi the new fund. 170 million

aged.Two fire trucks and about Police Drive where he was navigator In the crew of a plane shot would be for economic and liS
Says Clements 20 firemen and members of the down by enemy guerillas Col. A, F. Taut., commanderof million for military uses In VietNam

local volunteer fire departmentwere a pilot training wing at Webb AFB Tar,, Is making
I at the scene. the Johnson said thiN was one of
The motel It owned by LewdMagazines presentation two major changes" which

Coerces County Employes Charles Smith.Garden. Against Air Force Reveals prompted hU request to add the
tltt million for<< Viet Nam to
the U 4 billion foreign aid program

J. B. Thornhill Jr. a Polk the May 26 runoff primary partment In the court house In Clubs Downed he already had submittedto
County Commissioner for 12 Thornhill alleged that Clements Towanda are also to be pressed Enemy Fire Congress for the 1MJ fiscal

years and a candidate for tax who Is not seeking re Into service I In the ram year starting July t.
collector today charged Tax election forced employee of palgn. Thornhill declared. He Police have completed a The other change, he .laid

Collector Ray Clements with me ax Elector's office to attend said too that county employes Erect MarkerThe survey of Winter Haven mags- was that "a .M'W government

:oercing" county employea a meeting. Sunday after have been instructed to begina tine outlets In a campaign Winter Haven Pilot under Prime Minister Khanh
to campaign for Thornhill's noon at 3 30 o'clock at Clem. telephone solicitation for Winter Haven Council of against what was termed has come to power bringingnew
\ opponent Hobson Strain In ents' bank the First NationalIn vote for his opponent.He Garden Clubs today became the "lewd literature' and report energy and leadership' and"
Lakeland to actively com charged Clements with first In central Florida to erect that the objectionable mater The t) *. Air Force revealedfor tr llavon was shot down by new b>i>e fur effective action:
paign for Strain, a deputy col. 'attempting to dominate" the a Blue Star Highway markerIn lit has been removed lb. mat time today that enrniv Are in Viet Nam a year "I share with Ambassador
'M. L. Tucker lector in Clements' office election and alleged that the comemoratlon of membersof. .Police Chief Munavy Smith Capt Jam"it .InhnaonofWIn *g cl UHI' February Henry I'abut) Lodge the tonvktfcw -.
At the Urn, news report that this new govern.meet
Said Thornhill: "This is a latter Is seeking to maintain the armed forces. and I Detective
hemp Rogersmade .
direct violation of a, rule control of deposits of some The marker placed atJUWhrteneHtan aid thean.* crash was probably can .mount a successful
was the survey after complain Parker Honored 4u.CI esglae failure Comma-
Ji. 11 mB>UtattB MUI .i act.,!fW'- nf Hw,..JI ,lid. **. t"4'U"' dtrU. ., Are ".pai agatssl the ,
; | '"' Q. ** frnklmi dec rod.
iffWBPml 'WmV. Mats, the
City Employe'-! : Ml'employes f 92 north1' of """(*..;-ifIYN. ftfcn- magtMo*. Jdcees N . avlator
shall engage In political According to Thornhill\, tax N Is of fivcnlghwayiIn *re being dlrff ay- By AI II.* . one
way ed at newUUndt now a otad-nt pile*) at Webb Air within .
iltutlion In Viet kiss
.
campaigning these payment received by Clements new
the state whirl have been designaled
The offfeeri Stale Foree Aaee, Tea; has been
mad an inspection Mooting ? the limits of the original'
people knew they would be which amounted to about Blue .
Star Highways.The
26 Years DiesI" fired If they did not attend. til million last year-were deposited first In Florida vai U S. of newsstand In the Bruce Parker mil going' |prep pretested for meritorious with achievement the Air Medal In budget proposal without unacceptable

Thornhill wept on to say In only one bank the 1 from the Georgia line to Ml- downtown area on Saturday .latent of till Winter Harm Jay sendll9ht over Viet Nam danger to our '.other
each employe was handed 500postcards First National at Lakeland amt It was dedicated by the and reported that one of them, lees. received a snejiil piece Cap Johnon"wh.down basic security Interests, the
with which Clements heads.. on Fifth 9t NW bad none (resident said
a endorsing
message 1947 legislature award in DHfefcm 111 dur'Mg the
by guerilla\ ground fire wMI
Strain and told to ad. Tbomhill called Strain who The memorial roads are a of the objectionable migatin state convention. . II Coco Beach on a IWMK. 11I1......," the Air Johnson noted thai In March
dress them and return them was runner-up in the first priMary on display At the other start, Khanh "declared hi* Intention
project of the National, Council over the weekend For*. aid |s> reporting' the cit-
not later than Friday so they a "puppet on a string" of Garden Club and fOYer the on Central Ave they eunoVtated Nine Local I Jjycee* wore ".... in mobilise his naUntt" and e-
could be mailed to Polk County and oharged that Clements is entire country s<,me copte of the type among. Ik* 1,060 members wino large his domestic budget by 40
w voters. working for Strain's election"so Mrs Sidneyavis, directorof Of magailne shout which Ut-- attended the meeting i to *....- At Use time news. report per ret to provide Inn this,
froto g attrltwtdthrsah
According to ThornhilL the that he can continue to District I of the Florida Federation complaints were made lion to Parker,. I I. J. thaw, to pgebehle.51110.lg< Allure. Th. "We must share the Increased
employes were told they could keep county tax deposits In of Garden dubs. gave Police were alerted when a presM-ftt-eUct of the WI 1 n t r Air Fore dW not give official ciials of the greatly"IntensifiedVwinamete
Johnson
get off work at any time to his bank" the history and purpose- of the complaint! was mad Fridayto Have Club, George Flock Jr *>|4arilon at the any time, nor effort

campaign for Strain and that Polk County bankers have Blue Star pr*. ramfjallmg It Gordon MarCalla, county peat president, J M Bering dtd Johooon upon hi* raters so said decision on a |1M million
Ills
certain employee were assign endorsed Thornhill's plan he a "pt'rpetu.llJvln, memorial to solicitor He said an 'Investigation Tom Dante, Chuck Poky, Ray the UMHKl State*. of
three
ed specific tasks and people to said, to spread county deposits the armed forces of the UnitedStales. would he started at Polls, Thomas K: Smith and Increase followed days
In effort influence equally banksin Johnson and a Vlel Nam radio conferences with Defense Secretary
see sn to among once and he lave all mags- Bob RHebejr attended
their vote." all sections of the county Mrs .Jack Dunlap, slat tin ,outlets in Polk County 19 Frank Footer of West Palm operator parachuted to aafetr Robert I MtNamara, who
Employes of the IBM De not in just one. 11 tile pilot an Air force returned from an Inspection trip
chairman of the Blue Star Memorial days In which to get the objecttonable Beach: was elected state president
for
mater, went down with th*plan. to Viet kiss with proposals
unveiled the marker
,
material off the Feeler.. supported by
U 8 aid Secretaryof
and kd.Johnoon!! Increasing
wai
Th American Legion Frier- shelves. the Winter 1I..III..Ie..tlon.,
Dean Peak and other
Citrus Season Off son Nichols Post I presented the spun nearly three Stale
Tapers ; colors and the chaplain Clyde .. . .. .--, . "".'- day In tile hustle until he found top advisers' also look part ismapping
a clearing, from where h* the expanded pro-
(layman gave the invocation
The Winter Haven High School I Builder Problem algnall-d a re cti* plan by tires
Facing : flaeMng t mirror In th. pilot'. Johnson said that the military
Orange DownLAKELAND band played for the occasion.
Processing Winter Haven welcomed the eye. *. he new over the el-ar aid funds equipment would provideaddlUMial ammuni-a

MORGAN L TUCKER (Continued On Page I, CoL 1) Cat Johnoon I* the son of Mr. tin*, training and supplies for

Morgan Lee Tucker one of (UPI) The Homesteading Family and ..... Aaron\ S. Johneon of South Vietnamese fere* as wUa

the oldest city of Winter Haven citrus industry Is gearing downas 141 Are D, IW, a gradual of additional' planes. pilot train-
employee In point of serVice the disappointing- season A recently remodeled houseIn And u. al press time today, Winter Haven High School and. Nag and air field improvements1111 ,
died early this morningat nears its end. Auburndale I* being home thing are kill si, sn Imp..... tile University of florid ,. additional. ammunition and
Canneries are still processing It appear that Smith. ,la either After hi'. r-tru h* wan unit 'llIlp"'l'nl
support
his home m Ave D, SW. beaded by a mother cat I and her |
.
69 of fruit st the rate of slightly more several kittens much in the going to nave to rat i. the balll- home on i<-iv. and then applies on ihi ,i, >I side> Johnson
He was years age
.
Tucker was sexton of Oak. than two million boxes a week diemay of the contractor who IUD' or find a cat' fan''ler forth tot< pilot 11,11!, r wt"U'"' nio v old the a.oI I a >ld Drip provide
..
lawn and Lakeside Memorial but spot buying 1s almost gone has sought unsuccessfully to house r w reeetv!"* ':ontlnued On Page 1. Col. 4)
and most of the deliveries are ---
oust the
uninvited tenant
Park cemeteries, and a city
on pre-picking contract. The little who hat
Amity
employe for nearly 26 years
The city commission meet About 40 million boxes of fruit taken over residence at 404
Keats Ave, has so "r. resist
log on Wednesday will start have been this ,
processed season
ed all
attempt" by contractorB.
at I o'clock Instead of I 30 by J
well below last total.
years L. Smith to round them up
order of Mayor Richard
When fruit wss purchased on so that he can complete the
Dantiler so the members will the went for M
spot oranges final step before putting the
be able to attend the funeralat cents per pound of solids. house. on the market

10 30 .,m. Chilled Juice plants offered a According to Mickey True
Tucker bad been a city em wide variety of prices last week heart of Town and Country Peel
ploy. since Au,. I I. Itt. having depending on Usta. '..'.1., Winter Haven proper
come to this city before manager for the f HA, eat and i
from Moultrie, Ga., where be Florida Qtru Mutual says e'd her kitten !have picked and
had been a farmer.He shipments are expected to drop Claimed a dark but convenient*
Joined the city as a to about 37} boxes of oranges ly aectudw are beneath the
member of the street crew, this week compared to about bathtub to which"' scurry: at
and after!' 11 years be was 400 in the past few week the least provocation. ,Yw e eIMIM
named overseer and caretakerof The number of kittens Is

Oaklawn Cemetery He was Fresh orange shipments are undetermined since they don'
named to the lame poet in still slightly behind last season's stay around long enough lot
charge of Lakeside Memorial as the industry continues gradual < milk to -ount them. Actually +
Park when that cemetery was recovery from the devastating his only gllmpaee of them have r

(Continued On Page I, Col. I) 1M2 freete. bee of tells sliding through r
the opening .In tile closet lhat
d leads "'nd.ir safe harbor
To date 11,300 cars have bees
Barnett With
Rev. true Mine toetlno I. tile
shipped from till state
compe mother cat, baa elected the
Named To Board red to 1T.230 cars last season. onl,' Inaccessible. area in the

house r r taking swtvaaug of the
Of Church UnitThe ommce practice: ot builders / '"In AI
mAswn ,, _,
Fruit Shipments to Leon a small opening ID an
adjoining clot for access f>
Rev James N Barnett
bathtub 4umUi >< U the wan
pastor of the First Christian Daily carioadings tin boxes'' If he C< .1ct get to the cloNe J.
Church of Winter Haven, was (ram the Fruit and Vegetable Aral ';.mith maws, he could I
elected to the state board of Wrimoo
iBspeetioa close: Hi* Me sad taw bar
directors of the Florid Chris- By rail T.06 grapefroM. IT. the prcMem gueat*. But. to date,.
tiara Missionary Society in Ocala (70 oranges, T) temples; by UNVEIL TRIIUTE TO SERVlCEMEH-Thif lino Star this he* act been possible.

Saturday. imck 4J04 grspetnut, U.801' Marker on Hwy, t 172 was dedicated edy by the Wi*. Tfc. surer of MU left a* a
HU election took place at the oranges, Intel U JM grapefniH fcope4-lor oetmtlOB W _w. -
tor Haven Co-nc 73rd annual' coovcBttea of Uwgta.it M,/71 outs n temples lor I have served their country In the armed services. Mr. him to dtp to. pushy ha* act OCINO 1<('R SHARE Ada Hart t mp.rg get and Sandi Tomlin, washng .
Christian Cbarcbei tool of 47108 boxes,
(Disciples g of Omit) which *u shipping Cannery receipts 11,7(8 crape Jock Dunlap' ,left chairman of Hue Star Memorial of the served contractor its pwpOM has and J lost OVs each sapless < the w-dtf are two of 400 *. .!i f W itei: Haven High School who took

add ia Ocala Thursday through nut. 3.51,17oranges for i ca> Florid Federation of Garden Gobi. and M,., WiffiamRI raw to till etooet sad its rte part .m S.ni9r W rkd,y Saturday These'- 91.::! and other seniors worked .t ell kind

,Sated.-, girl too 01 m._ bom. .y, right. local president are 1I.... 1/t9; Hit marker ,der-the-Wb tBtnac of odd |fobs to vita' scholarship 'funds for I member of their graduating class.



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WINTFR HAVFN [f A11 i Y NrWS HlfFWINTER HAVEN, FLORID/ Monday,, May 18 -' c

a. .


Mother Says For Deadline Naming Near Race Violence Hits Purdy WinnerOf -



Ammons Killed Man Of YearAU

Scouts
civic clubs,organisations Nashville
and Individual wishing.. to make AgainBy

nominations for a candidate in
Two Children the "Young MM of the Year
Award" to I be presented by the r 4 1', UsMrt Press l..4era...aal scene and broke up the melee Pinewood Race
Racial
violence broke out
Winter Haven Jaycees, have One Negro was treated at ahospital
.ADSDFN; Ala lVI'A\) Nashville .
been again in Tenn. Sunday
reminded to make received
their for injuries
dung) mother Fifty-one cars were '. ,
told police Sunday but civil rights advocatesin <-r\\ "
nominations by bottles struck
Wednesday.AU when one of the
:hat one of the FBI's 10 nominations I 200 other cities observed In the Lake Region div,1 ,
be
must
most wanted criminals stran- accompanied freedom' Sunday" by peacefully his head Pinewood Derby which was\ .,_
by the oamtMete' serious situationthat
"It
was s .
Saturday at Rotary .
Bled her two children with a qualifications why the protesting segregation with i Park
group could have gotten worse cub scouts in this
diaper causes" area.
last In and demonstrations
year Tennessee or person submitting the
name said
police inspector Joe Casey,
Taking first place
in the
A City officials
geared for \1'
feels the a
person Is qualified for t
who ordered his officers
Mrs. Alma to Kenneth
Matthew said the award. I massive demonstration todayat was Purdy whl'' ..

that Sammy Earl A m man s, The winner will be chosen by ::1 .i' Milwaukee, where Negroes move the whites further down eelved a silver plaque.
the beach
then weighted the bodies of a panel of Judges.Awards planned to boycott the public ares Other winners were Jin,,,
her children with I rock and schools and set up picket lines But I could tell the situationwas Bailey, second; and Heard'eK.

threw them in I septic tank as The rallies and demonstrations not going to get any better on and Tommy Heck, tied 'or
so I ordered the beach closed,"
she looked third. Consolation prizes
on. throughout the nation Sun seer'
Given Casey said He said the
Ne
to
Jimmy Hutchinson and
Gr
day marked the 10th anniversary
The bodies of John Reed, 2, grow asked for and receive s Moore
end his sister Rose Marie, 4, of the U S. SupremeCourt's police escort from the area Presentations of the awards

were found Sept. 2, 1963, in the school desegregation Casey said the
decree. flareup apoar were made by Norman VUs" !-
septic tank about 10 miles At t Lake AlfredMartin At Cambridge Md., one of ently I began when a group of man, new district scout Cram." 'itive.
east of Crossville, Tenn about 25 30 Negroes and awhile .
the nation's hottest: trouble
Mrs Matthews, 21, Identified girl began, singing "freedom Other officials taking par
leaders Jr
spots Negro announced
herself as a half-sister of Am.mon' Williamson principal songs" The Negroes de- the derby included, Ar'hui
of Lake Sunday night they were calling
wifeAmmons Alfred Junior High nied they
were singing Stewart master of ceremom.'s
off
and his wife, who School, announced 4II Achieve Maryland's demonstrations until after Casey said the whites surrounded Carl Heck, track maunMickey

were captured ut Friday, ment Day awards today fr primary: Tuesday. the group and the hot McDonald registrar
Blue Angry whites st Nashville
waived extradition to ribbons went to Charlotte ties began and records Gene
Tennessee rained beer bottles band flying Just as ; Dagger,, inspection I
end will be returned today to Snell clothing and child of on a the first contingent of officers chairman; and C.I/ ,
Negroes
Crossville care, Carolyn Kelly, child care, Sunday when they arrived. Ort. ludee

Mrs Matthews Regina llagood, foods; Sandra began singing "Freedom songs"at Among the Negroes Also attending
was arrested Casey were Charl) .
Ann llste _ Old Hickory Lake, an integrated -
Harvey, food
by officials here shortly after and clothing. fN said was Lester McKmme, a Klme, district chairman: am
A m m o n. was captured in Belli Sharon, child care; Eliza 30 recreation area. About leader of recent racial demonstrations Marvin Damkjer, district ccm-
Rome. She also has waived ex beth Holton, clothing, and Cin ACTIVITIES OF GIRLS policemen rushed to the in downtown Nashville missioner.

tradition to Tennessee: dy Cooley clothing Red Ribbon j CLUB During Girls Club several of which have erupted

Tennessee authorities had not went to Carolyn Kelly food; Week, members of the in violence. Vatican
SeeksInfluence
decided what action to take r> Katliy na Strickland Jo Kramer food; LaDon- Winter Heven group held 2.2 Year Truce The decision to call off demonstrations

larding the deaths ; Sue Mincey, at Cambridge
of the chil child open home to exhibit examples was In
rare Marie
dren and would hold the three ; Umphrey- of announced by Stanley Wise of
projects during
on numerous forgery charges ville, clothing, Elizabeth Hoi r the At Juli.Stringf.llow the Student Non,violent Coordi World AffairsVATICAN
already filed against Ammons ton, food year. top, Ends In LaosVIENTIANE Dating Committee. Wise said
White Ribbon and Deanne
were awarded i
there
Adams said Mrs Matthews ad would be no demonstra- CITY (UPI.
to -Pope
Regina Hagood N.tworth show Mm Olive
clothing
Beth
; Lions in .
miffed Cambridge
until
helping Wenes Paul
to VI has
checks for the cash forged Sharon, health; Sue Mince, Davis a Quilt made by the Laos (UPI) day at the earliest taken another step
toward
couple. increasing the
food; Secky Nelson, child care girls. Below Mrs. Mary L. s' shaky truce and coalition Negro leaders indicated Vatican.
they influence In world
affair
and food; Peggie Smith clothIng Dean right with painting government crumbled today un decided on the moratorium after by

and food; Mary Frances 1 she created for the Girls der a Communist onslaught in being warned that more dem closer forming a new body to promote
links with
PresbyterianChurch n, the key Plain of Jars that non-Christian
clothing, Cindy Cooley w sent
food .+J Club house. Tammy RoyceIs neutralist military leader Gen. onstrations could help Alabama religions.

Adds I admiring the art work. Kong Le fleeing to the hills. Gov. George C. Wallace pile up The Pope announced the special .
I bigger
vote on the eastern secretariat during a Pentecost -
.
Eight MembersThe t Neutralist: Piemier Souvanna shore service in St. Peter's Ba.

Hospital News r Phouma appealed to the British National guardsmen used teargas silica: Sunday. He said the

First United Presbyterian Tampa Alumni and Soviet envoys to do every to disperse demonstrators move was part of "the effort

Church of Lake Alfred received SUNDAY'S ADMISSIONS! thing possible to atop the two. in Cambridge twice early last the church makes to come

eight new members dur- Winter Haven i. pronged offensive by the Communist week A battalion of 400 guardsmen closer even in simple human

ing Pentecost Sunday morning Mrs J. W Bell, Mrs. Robert It Pathet Lao. Britain and remained on duty in the contacts, to those belonging to

ervlce. Amos Mrs. 0 J. Joiner, Howard ., Plan ReunionThe Russia are chairmen of the city other religions
They are Mr. and Mrs. W. Moore Mrs Bernice 1962 Geneva conference which

Fred N, Deltnger, Mrs. Wise. Mrs J W. Clarke Mrs established the coalition government ,
Matilda Bird Mrs.Charles De- .
John Thompson Miss Susan University of Tampa

Mr.fencoorf and Mrs.Mrt.Jeanle Jonnie Hamilton Hutchinson Heath Master Kevin Gibson Alumni Association will hold The Pathet Lao sweep of the
-
and Mrs Dorothy Moore Mrs Lucille Finch, Mrs John its annual Spring Reunion Saturday strategic plain In central Laos

Sunday afternoon representatives Williams night in the University's dealt the coup de grace to the

ot the church youth group DavenportMrs Student Center cafeteria two.year-old cease.fire and virtiully t

attended the area youth rally Roy Nichols. The event will begin with a ended all hope for an

at Hope Presbyterian Church Auburndale J buffet barbecue supper at 6:30, early settlement of the political
Winter Haven. They were Lynn Mrs Ernest L. Helms, Mrs followed by a business meetingat trialsThe. 'I 1 I I 1WDnRJiAVEN

Barren Lots Johnson and Robert Arthur 11. Lewis Jr., James II : I. > p.m. Dancing, and s program
Chambers of ( weekend successes of
Brian. Youth advisors, entertainment will begin
Richard Collins and pastorDavid Sebrleg I ; at, It f.m, John W; Hsnna. tin Pathet Lao brought a topI .
Deltzel accompanied Wesley- Schwan. 'r"r Jr., of:Umiw, Is AWrmJVof'the i I level review of U.S. policy on ,
them. 'Eagle Lake reunion committee Lan by Amr-ran officials in

Friday evening, Junior High Mrs Guy McPhesrson, Miss Congressman Haley Reports A highlight of the event will Washington. Sunday Secretary
School teachers met with Rev Melanie Caulder. be the announcement of new of tt state Dean Rusk met with

Dletzel and members of the Halnm City ficers of the Alumni Association diplomatic representatives of s HAIJB9UR.IIRICTLY )

Christian Education committee Mrs Hazel Colley WASHINGTON, D. C.-.On two If The Congress refused to who will be Introduced by dozen countries involved with .

for study of the Him strip occasions this year the House appropriate funds for them. In outgoing president George W. the tiny Southeast Asian king ON SPRING taKE .. rXlb

"That Youth May Know,"which SUNDAY'S DISMISSALS has done itselt proud: by actingas short, The Congress Is responsible Crites,, Jr., of Tampa dom.) LUXURIOUS ,

dealth with various teaching Winter Haven the responsible guardian' of for what has become All University of Tampa The Pathet Lao attacks coincided WATERFRONT APARTMENTS \/77-

techniques Mrs Lester Addison, Mrs the public treasury..one*In rejecting national policy of deflclt- alumni and their families, faculty with stepped.up Commu 1 & 2 Bedroom, 1, 1'/i & 2 Baths

Tonight at 7:30, a meeting of Marie Hargrove, Thomas !liar( a proposal for somemore financing peacetime. members and graduating cost guerrilla activity in neighboring EXCLUSIVE FEATURES COMPLETE RECREATION CENTERCONDD.IoIIN..UM
the Vacation School staff will beheld tell Mrs Harold Lasseter and "backdoor" spending for I am fearful, however, that a seniors of the University South Viet Nam
foreign aid and again In reJect- may putting I : "[ED t TITLE POLICY TO 10(11 APT
at of
the majority .
church. my colleagues In
They Ire Infant
son Miss Nancy Plem attend the reunion free of pro Western forces on the defensive .
Mrs. Rodger Barron and Mrs. ono, Mrs Joseph A Reaves increases Ing a proposal for Federal pay the House have more teal for charge Reservations must be in key parts of Southeast Guaranteed Delivery for December I Il

Rudolph HendrIckson, co- S F. Rials, Mrs P K Wilson. Including JiO.OOO-a- balancing their own budgets (If made with Mrs Louise Cast. Asia as the rainy season ..ul'(gl rushed modal .pirtminl .
boosts .
directors and this teaching Dundee year for The Congress any actually are unbalanced) Alumni office begins epic every dry free 10 I." 4 s.m
\ But my pride In the aura than they do for University of
Roger staff-kindergarten.Johnson Mrs Allen Mrs.Sel- Mrs Richard AuburnduKrMrs Campbell of responsible statesmanshipwith Federal bUdget. balancing And. thus.the I Tampa, no later than May 20 tiane Informed believed observers the in Vien from 10,750 and 45 per monlh I In Ti.d::s
Pathet Lao
him.: primary, Mrs. Richard which the House thus clothed believe this second pay Increase Sales' Altnt A J Lynd
offensive
Mabel the
was Communists'final
Driggers. itself
Juniors Collins, Mrs Mrs. Donald Sutton; Lake Wales It not has todownrlght begun to shame.turn toshea If the bill will pass, particularly Book ReadingTo reply to the union of neutralist roe art strut N w (u. a. .171) f nln" rrilOSS

D. V. Shrader Carl Hoffman. As thl.l. leadership can jamIt and rightist forces tolhr ware wttirfroitt Condominium .. ,
Mrs. Jerry Mlze, Mrs. Otto written we -or,rather through without a rollcall Pass Time .aren.ne.rNeem.nf
lake Alfred a majority achieved afler the bloodless 6j trying Z. Minn t Altocitln
Taylor; Junior High School collesgues-- volt AS a matter of fact, the .
Mrs Master Leonard Merrltt -have reversed the action Saves Life right wing coup April 19 "
Charles Shlnn, Jr., Mrs. previously ordinal bill undoubtedly would ,
lake Hamilton taken on the Issue _
K W, Jackson of have passed had not the economy

Hours of the vacation school Leo Rasmussen backdoor spending for foreign bloc of which I am full-time MIAMI (UPI) Last week ---
are 9 a.m. to 11:30: a. m. June mines City aid, And I am afraid that sometime member been able to force the LeRoy Griffith passed the Ume

15 through June 26. All children David W. Relherford. Mrs next month the earlier action membership of the House to on an airplane (flight by readings

ages 4 through Junior high are C Gary Waters on the pay Increase bill stand up and be counted. booklet on mouth to mouth

welcome regardless of church Waverly also will be reversed. resuscitation Sunday it saved Tiki1oirne

affiliation William WardVHAT I may say, for the record CS Commiiice his son's life.Grifbth's .
that I opposed the bill to Increase
wife, Joy found
United States contributions their IS month old son Cash
Begins
to the International Development HearingOn
r r o e lying face down In the family
I ,
Agency
subsidiaryof swimming pool Sunday and Exotic Polynesian
the World Bank, by $312 Pay Raises called her husband Setting
million when If first was before
AN ENEMY MAY CHOOSE and I It also Griffith dashed outside and ENTERTAINMENT
the
us, opposed WASHINGTON (UPI) The NIGHTLY AT
TO USE AN ATTACK fXTTTRN THAT f second time. The proposal was Senate Civil Service Committee went to work on the unconscious CENTRAL I

WOOLP NOT pesTRoy THE ernes0UTfU objectionable the first time; alapse begins hearings today on I federal form of his son By the time a FLORIDA'S MOST EXOTIC COCKTAIL LOUNGE
TIMS MH.LJOV8 Miami rescue squad arrived the
of two months during
pay raise bill that Includes
OfPCOPLf WITH -'--- -- _- which the Senate approved It. I $7,500) I year salary boost for boy was conscious and crying. Bar Open 11 a.m.
AG4IJTIOACTvt 't I certainly did nothing to make members of Congress lit was later treated and released

FALLOUT! It less objectionable The raise for at a hospital.
And, for the record, I also and pay senators,representslives who nowreceive 'Last week I was reading In 'Ti11 1 a.m. ofpay ;
Musk
that I will the airplane something about
may say again oppose IM.Soo t I\tboe
a Is
year
part '
the mouth to mouth resuscita t\f.
pay increase bill when It 1
of $513 million
a
measure that t
comes back to us, probably In Lion" Griffith said. "It was on 1 10 .
would provide an over all
average \ S'
early June. It is true Increase of about 4 percent a card."or a booklet or somewhere \ Ca
that the second
bill will be
for the almost two million
of Members of The Congressand "U I hadn't done that Cash 'I.U. wing

f1r rt other top officials. of the ers classified on the and federal postal payroll work wouldn be with us today" he A ed { olio

the Federal government, Instead of Senate Republican Leader dded_ _ _ _ JUaff'l w\\'n
$10,000 originally
proposed. Everett M Dirksen. Ill, was enS i
But this "sweetener" In the
Soviets
bill changes It only In degree-- expected to urge passage of the Orbit etqaqeo' \
Village\
,
and not one whit In principle.To bill during testimony today. It Another I iHawaiian

of already. .has. been listed byrresiaent Cosmos
: my way .thinking, The .
has jonnion as must .
Congress nobu.lnlllwhlt hotel
soever In giving Itself a pay legislation this year. BOCHUM. Germany (UPI- LJ
raise that a debt ridden The measure originally called The Soviet Union may have ,* f\Of\dao\ alBaysh \
/NAT Ago, rf6RWti0' Treasury cannot afford--and for I $10000 a year pay hike launched another of Its unmanned R 0'I .
') 1064 THERE ARE OAD RADOsc6kAlAAYrrt2tAid will not be able to afford until for members of Congress. but I Cosmos space probes e ,

TD SHELTERS KITW ISSUf.1y we earn an Increase by doing was scaled down to the present ifigure nto orbit, the Bochum OMen a U
rnip
MONIIDRIN*
t STATIONS Tt1R0Ud tOuT THE USA. our duty, which Is, simply to because of fear In tile story said today ,'
I balance the budget, or at least llou sees lacTSh An
A observatory spokesmansaid
begin a steady and relentless at the polls against representatives ,
move toward that who voted themselves signals resembling those Cocktail
Hour
used In earlier 5-7
In 29 of the last 35 years the raiseOther unmanned Rusj p.m.
also spar. flights on a frequeoj j
the Government has been In congressional news
-. AM Nam cy of lM! megacycle'! were (j
BALDWINPIANOS the red. The national debt now : Rep Oliver P
, is $306 billion and trending Bolton, ROhw asked the picked up this afternoon I fl

upward. The Congress Is the House Armed Services Committee . FeaturingMary

i constitutional guardian of the to examine the safety and ,i J

taxpeyera' money and no mat. Bilequio of t. S ,A-my hell Art VM MtMM witt! she

[ Grands, Consoles, ter how much we may attemptto copters used m the nil guerrilla -- see leve ieee ..... Se

'. Spinets blame the bureaucrats of war tn South Viet Nam ate d.eeP Isess4 eos .... j Lou Gonzales
Studios the executive departments for The Committee this week opens e.V ,:

flU GROUP ORGAN LESSONS our wild spending programs, hearings on \'let Nam and L S. ne.eclelWere..

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Hear Talk On UN Over Cyprus Economic Talks In Egypt

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\ tJQ NICOSIA Cyprw (lJPO.' .
Arab World c!. I Ii President AreM>MM.M k rlos 1111 (D (l'PO--A tired Nlklta to rest and prepare for hi I'
today fared I afcaiMawri with S. Khi 'shchev canceled visitto talks with Nasser
L1 the United Nattuever Its ,t..- a w ,'tern-built steel mill lOw In a ceremony satunlatirarklnf

The role that the Arab world (... minds that. Creak Cjprltwn release day ii,. one.nlrl"011 economic tompletlon of 'the fir-t
playa in the security of the 32 Turkish C| Tlot hose talk +Pat, could prove difficult stage. of MM Aswan Dam, Khru
United States will be outlined QO&.j PAig tal.s. Greek CyprtOI sad International berausi of his downgrading of schev urged the Egyptians I..

to the Winter Haven Kiwanis ; :....... .. a :, 1 Red .....-rCMMld Aral unity. forget Are* unlty-a cherished
club at lat weekly luncheon Wednesday 7 .. C L FAIL they believed at leMt 14 have The 'ovlet premier and Unit. goal of ......r..nd to sock a
by James Bald Coral L.....,, been killed. TW .......t could ml Alii, Republic President Carnal wide usUty nth the workim
.X111
Gables author and not t be confirmed edwSialiy.Lt. Mel 1 Nasser scheduled for class beyond. the Arab world i
specialist In
Gen Pram Msjti Gya.nl thin sftrrnoon .their second forms Observers saWKkrushchev's
developments In the Middle East
commander of the U. N. peace round of talks since Khrushchev statements al Aswan implMan
for :20 JAMES BATAL
yean force, Sunday gave MakarUM hefan Ms 16-day state stuck on Nasser's polio fnonallCMftenl.
A former Nieman Fellow in until Wednesday be eM ln release visit.. May'. Such a petition
Journalism at Harvard Univcr of the bortafe. MakarlosIs The 70-yser-ofd communist ha a broufM resentment hero In
city, Batas was a lecturer at the Hoffa trialResumes the tauter crt the Greek Cyp- trader and Nasser returned to the pail when taken. by other
American University in Beirut. 'Co riot community on the .Irt,.. Cairo Sunday night after carrying
Lebanon from 19S5 to 1957. FAIT torn Mediterranean UUnd. out a .heavy ceremonial
A graduate of Amherst College The hostages were OIIIaed last schedule at the Aswan tern SWINGING 8ER'ICEIIARTINOTON.
in 1989 and research specialist Today .SNvwfi2t week In :etalie lion IM'.....ala,. whet. 'temperatures hovered England,
for the U S. Office of lag i week MO tt two Greek around 100 degrees. The billion (UPI) A group of Harting
War Information In Cairo in 0 army officers who entered the dollar hydroelectric and IrrlKi. ton youths Sunday opened a
19431944, the visitor speaks CHICAGO (UPI) A Florida Turkish Cypriot utter oCFsmtgusta lion project Is being' hull with church "for young people' in
from a background of five extended real estate developer was ..... soviet help.Khrushcbev. the basement of the local Methodist
residences in the Arab ordered back to the witness U N. sources said MakarUM' had planned h. chapel
world stand in the $25 million fraud response to OyaaJta demand make a trip this morning to I ho Our aim ii to make this a
He is the author of "Assign trial of Teamster President would be a test of Ilk sincerity big trod, and steel. mill) at Ht>l- church that la really 'with It,'
0 ment:: Near East" published in James Hoffa today to clear up and of his control over Greek wan, which was bull! with U MI.rn said Peter Brown who plan
1950 and co-author of "Most of discrepancies in his previous RAIN AND THUNDERSHOWERS Thundershowers are forecast for tho Cypriot irregulars laud I but he. called off the the drums In a group that will
viII \ sovtn\ > proud music for the
The Archtfclahnp hs denounced urre" .Io1lh. pop
the World" published in 1949 testimony Pacific Northwest the Southern Plains Great Lakes Gulf States and Oh.upper .
Region
the seising of hostages pr.-n I. i wa' t in' end' *'lInt.1 weekly! servlcn
He has also written articles for Stanton D. Sanson of Bal Miiiiuippl Valley Fair and cooler I is forecast for the Southern Plateau Rain as "a revolting wlwlnal action
several magazines featuring Harbor Fla., was the govern ti forecast for North.rn California. The ret of the nation will enjoy clear skies which I unreservedly condemn
Arab affairs ment's first major j witness and warm temperatures. ."
An American citizen born In when testimony started last
Massachusetts In 1901, Batal week U. S. District Judge
returned from Lebanon in 1957 Richard B, Austin granted San- LOCAL OUTLOOK Florida Zones Five Day Forecast
to retire at Coral Cables However son leave to attend a functionin Fair through tomorrow High King To Call
he has served as resident. Colombia late In the week today S3 to 90. Low tonight In Panhandle
lecturer In Florida for the Arab But Sanson. who testified the 60'.. Variable winds S to Clear to partly cloudy today Five day forecast for pe lnsular .
Information Center, under about his attempts to obtain a 12 miles per hourTemperatures, 'tonight and Tuesday Not Florida for period beginning WASHINGTON (urn. King
whose auspices he speaks here loan from the Teamsters UnIon much change in temperature. 7 p.m. tonight and ending call Mwambutsa IV of Burundi will You'll he thrilled by Sonotone', new eyeglass hearing

pension funds was orderedto High today 84 to 19, low tonight 7 p.m Saturday day al on the rr..llttotttlohn.on White House ruex. aid It's the exciting THINLINE"1 to help most hear
Builders appear again today with his 54 to 64 Variable mostly east ing lows The micro-miniature aid !is contained in the
Group files and records of negotiationswith By I'nltrd Press InternationalLow winds 5 to 15 miles per hour. Temperatures through Saturday slimmest lightest eyeglass temple ever made by Sonotono.Here'l .
the defendants, High'" North will average near the sesaonal The African ruler, who la In
Plans Regular stylish hearing for both men and womenlSONOTONE)
Albuquerque 62 91 Fair through Tuesday High normal. Normal maximum this country to Hell the World'sFair
Meet Hoffa and seven associates Atlanta 61 82 today In mid 80', low tonight mild-no's, normal mine also will meet 'erretarvof J
Monthly are charged with fraudulent. Birmingham 57 88 55 to 65. Variable winds S to (mums mid and upper 60'n Mate Dean Husk and be a .
ly obtaining the $25 million in Boston 54 70 12 miles hour. Little or no rain until taller guest' at a lunch avers rn' t'n- HaARINOSNtlH: MAVSN MOTSU
James P. Hosier local insulatlon loans from the central south Chicago 57 72 per Central part of week when amounts up dersrrretsrl of Mato i ,orge' Tui4. .y May IS, HCUI-I 10 M a m t. II sees
to one Inch W Hall lees 1 li. tnt ..lUilra, let alt ma..,
contractor will presentthe west and southeast conferencesof maj occur
Cleveland . . 51 70 Fair through Tuesday High
program at the regular the union pension fund and Denver . . . . .50 (I today 85 to BO, low tonight In
monthly meeting of the HomeBuilders pocketing more than $1 millionof Detroit . . . . . 51 80 the 60'.. Variable winds 5 to 12
Association of Greater the amount themselves All Jacksonville . . 63 82 miles per hour.
Winter Haven tomorrow night have pleaded Innocent. Kansas City . . . 66 89 South 1
T. L Whitehead, president announced Sanson faced additional cross Los Angeles . . . 55 69 Fair through Tuesday High

examination on discrepancies Miami . . . .74 83 today 82 to 86, low tonight 68
The meeting will be held at between his testimony last Miami Beach . . 77 80 to 75. Mostly northeast winds
Stotts Hall, the police recreation Tuesday and an affidavit he Twin Cities . . . 61 68 8 to 15 mules per hour .t
hall beginning with a social gave to Investigators for the New Orleans . . . 56 84 Keys
hour at 6:30 followed by the Senate Rackets CommitteeJune New York . . 60 81 Fair through Tuesday exceptfor

dinner at 7:30.: 29, 1959. Orlando . . . . .64 89 a few Isolated showers, of
Hosier Is the local representative The real estate developer Philadelphia . U 79 High today 85, low tonight 75. Winter Haven
1 for Owens-Corning Fiber said the discrepancies were Phoenix . . 58 94 Northeast and east winds 8 to
glass. questions of dates and blamedthe Raleigh 58 88 IS miles per hour.
lapse on a lack of accessto St Louis 69 90
HOLLYWOOD'UPI f'1ol. his own records when rack
S San Francisco 48 81 East German
Pal kel'. who will play the title ets committee investigators Seattle 48 64
role In the new television neiiea questioned him at a hospital Tampa 65 88 Police
"Dan"'!" BOCW: 1I'b fctfMrt of where he was being treated Washington 59 84 StopJeering
hotwi &b '.the .,c0mmle iovki* for i'tieart ailment .. 1* 312YearOld Youths r .
cerfmonTes the U S/Navy's ,
'
new missile submailnt fhi' USS The Specialized Job of Saving and Loan dwocfcrtfoni
Daniel Boone BUtLIN (VPO.. Communist
Boy FreeloadsAt police backed up by two water.
TONIGHT IS THI NIGHT cannons dispersed an unruly
TO GO OUT TO THI MOVJISI crowd of booing East German
youths Sunday night In front of
World's Fair For 11 Daysused the Soviet tmbaasy In fast
Berlin about 300 yards from
fiTY1ilTODAY the Communist wall.
NEW YORK (UPI-An) adventuresome the last of his money for The youths Jeered and hootedfor
12 year-old who train fare
45
mlmrt.sbeforeb.Ingdu
(
thru TUES. freeloaded on the World's Fairground How did Dominick live persed by about ISO policemen f -
o Centime hew 1 P.M. e for 11 straight days had during the 11 days and 10 Later lOIN youths publicly crl-
his plans to make a summer of nights he spent on the fairgrounds Melted the wall. No arrests f/ 44atF tc
it cut short Sunday by a sharp. were reported /
eyed exhibitor. For money he spent the predawn Weal Berlin police who siftedreports i'
Until then Dominick Tucel hours each day retrieving on the Incident said It %% t
s had played a successful gameof the coins people had appeared to be spontaneous and
I hide and'seek with his parents thrown Into wishing well fountains to have IIMle political significance.
II and fair security: police, at the Bell Telephone Co .
sustained by his own initiative exhibit and other pavilions They said the youths, part of
and the people who throw coins Sometimes I got as much as 500,000 young men and women
into fountains, five dollars" he said "I ate brought to last Berlin for a
Dominick who sneaked onto hamburgers and had sodas\ massive Communist rally, \ \
the fairgrounds May 6, estah Except last Friday I had chow gathered near the anilrefugeewall
I lished his elusivenesa beyond a mein" and became angry when
doubt by remaining there day The 4 foot 8 Inch 80 police tried to push them back
and night until Sunday defying pound youngster, who had become They apparently booed outside "
u r I l i tNNfl1 the best efforts of his par known to police as 'ThePhantom the Soviet Embassy In order 2-
enta and police to find him. of (he Fair" spent to vent their resentment of !
They knew he was there four nights In the dark and the police action
His; ability to live off the empty Continental Insurance
X01N'
COUMWED. land so to speak proved the Co pavilion, and other eights D40000ERBRUNT BOPPED
blond seventh grader enterprising in the Coca Cola, African and OAK England (UPI
t THURS. nature He ate well Johnson's Wax pavilions. Ricel Frlo, a :X year old
he alrald'"Thre' counterman, ran after the customer -
EsNre.lsss l fl slept comfortably aDd managedto Was
Aevlt e
come up with enough a nothing to be afraid who had Just It ft his hat
BILLY WILDER'S spending money to occupy his of" he said "The fair i It on the bar But the customer READILY AVAILABLEThe
waking hours crawling with rope turned around and hit him with
fMy, ysNsae be Domiiiick said he ptsnned to a soda bottle"Apparently
11lnMa In fact, he may prove to

naual"PSI 1.MWVf 5., one left the of the grounds few fairgoers with as much who slay the entire summer at the thought he was being the sttacked.customer" money you place In our care ft not frozen or

money as he had when he arrived fairBut his nvothtr has other said a policeman Sunday Erlo difficult to get back like many Investments. Your
plans for him was treated at a hospital and
Domimck's springtime odyssey She brought a clean set of sent home No charges weft savings are readily available whenever you say

I ended Sunday when a concessionaire clothing for him then hustled made against the customer the word and Insured up to $10,000 by an agencyof
who had seen hi.I him home
BlUr WILDER. picture In a newspaper noticed the U. S. Government.
him in the flesh at one of the I'HOTOLONDOM

:soME 1JCE! ;1Pt pavilions and alerted police IIHIf KTIIH1)f'fal : ',only I ONE, And (In the meantime they are hard at work earning
They telephoned hia parents 'UP,' A : i I II
---- Mr and Mrs 'Bentto Tucci Used linen canvas for fine pitocraphk t.." I : good dividends by helping home town people
The boy's much relieved mother prints has Deri piton
I build their homes.
HAVEN DALETHEATRE said he Is adventuresome. the market In Britain/ by a buy, or Improve
DRIVE-IN but not a bad boy German firm It Uxp'" tr A Dominick set out for the fair outcast paper print' many Like our story? Then we'd like to have you stop In
form his home In Port Wash tlnv 8-".iiu. ington In suburban long toed hv aitl'ts f"r r rude prolu, and become better acquainted.
Toalte rhra T.... Nit
blind on Mal' after his parents arKptl I uderjj, 'int, 1"1 vantJ
Aeolt g.eft..iiieHUD" .r WELCOMEWAGON
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told him they would n n t a Df plrvi 'ji > P
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HAVANA TWIST Of The DayEDITOR'S
W. E. RYKffftSON. Wrt.r-PuWUh.f! Topic

JOHN W. RYNERSON, A.oi.tut to the ruMhnorubllthed

S urd ) by the Wrote Hvn public ReviewBy
doily I..c.pt 'y NOTE What .to the free entry into a
Pbltshinq c.., !I..... lit Ird Strut N.W.. Winter H....., IH.rto :
the HMitks. *|>.< Project" all bulldlal.

CHARLES SOSHORN ct...*.*, M....,.r aboutf The Mtewb dispatch -No material can be publishad RICK Dl'BROW
-- ---- mnv ) esantfies in feteU tile ntwwt or distributed that urges United Press International
JACK JEAHAN bsatete HM.. <
wrinkle la the civil rigMs boycotts.Local. HOLLYWOOD (UPI-H) Was

PETER J. SULLIVAN A.........;..* Mu.," \ campaign communities at their definite today that NBC TV "'?11!
expense can send prisoners be the only network still uiMrv(: ;
NATIONAL ADveRWIN RffRMtNTATIVi By AL Kt'ETTNER who cannot be jailed locally Mo the Emmy awards official
Shannon i Aiieci.Ui, Inc. Chic,., "'. at Parch rcr
.- United Press International the state penitentiary ognition when the telecast! If f
Entered 01 sd;; Class Moil M.tf.r S.pt. 4, 1924 l .t the Poi Off!.. ATLANTA (UPI) One day man Miss. the annual ceremonies comesup

In Winter H.v.n, Florid, undo oct of March 2, I Il7t early this summer three young -Local communities may May IS.Earlier .

-. people from Minnesota plan to call on each other for police with this week, the neuv

.7I! MEMBER AUDIT IUREAU : arrive at a place not on the and firemen to deal division of CBS and the entire
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called Mt. Beulah Mi... "emergencies.
map ABC TV network decided
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rJ\. OF CIRCULATIONS of the vio
; Others numbering in the hun Penalties for most boycott the awards because
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fine and
4uY dreds, expect to report to locations nations would be $500 dissatisfaction with the
pare
MEMBER large and small city six months in jail.Almanac. giving system. And Thursday

Active M....... UNITED PRESS INTERNATIONAL and rural-all over Mississippi. ----- the powerful: CBS-TV enterta-n

NATIONAL EDITORIAL Th. Unitd Pr.ii It ntitld t. the me r Most Of them will be college merit department the longtime

ASSOCIATION for republication. of all local newt print.d p, students, and they will providethe runaway leader in television

114 In this n.wip.o.r 01 well II oil UPINews rohfy 4.2 manpower for a new civil ratings Joined the network v
Diiporchei. the
--. - .Y rights creation bearing news section in the Emmy bo\\
: Project.
ADVERTISING DEADLINE name "Mississippi
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CLASSIFIED DEPARTMENT Recruiters, bidding for atten By United Press Internsti< al

ly tho Ward/ I P.M. Precious D.v By the Inch I P.M. Pronoun Day Lion from students along with Today Is Monday, May 18. CBS James-TV, said Aubrey his network president "j i
Lal Noric.i: I P.M. Pronoun D.y. Sunday/ Edition/ Dotdllnol. Friday' employment counselors have the 139th day of 1964 with 227 would
DISPLAY DEPARTMENT: been roaming college campusesfor to follow. not participate In the awards"b

Sunday Edition-1 P.M. Thursday/ Monday EditionP.M.. Friday) weeks. Sponsors of the proj The moon Is at its first quar e c a u s e of our misgivings
Tu.tJ.y Ee/itloNoon Saturday/ ; Wodnotdoy/ Thursday end Friday ect say they hope to recruit about nominating and voting
E"iti.-I P.M. Two Days in Advonco. "
ter.The procedures.
2.000 students but acknowledgethey morning star is Saturn.
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M.", .... Southern N....,.,.. Publiihori. Auoclotlon have attracted only about The evening star Is Venus. Aubrey said that "this decision

M.mb.r Florido/ Press AllocationSUBSCRIPTION ( 600 applications to date.A On this day In history: does not mean we oppose

- -- RATESBy survey of major college In 1852, Massachusetts be. awards in general in the field

Carrier or Moil campuses by United Press In. came the first state in the Un of television entertainmen "

y..., $".20: months, $*.IO; 1 months S4.1I1| I month, a 1.111; ternational Indicated that about ion to pass a statute making but he made clear he did not
woolly II conti Single Ceylon: Doily I tints; Sunday 10 conti. u 'wV 270 applicants have been "ap school attendance compulsory feel the standards were high
----- -- \ proved" so far. for children between the ages enough and added he was establishing

TELEPHONE CYprou 1-llfl I The "Mississippi Project" is ofaundl4._ a committee 'to

a production of the Council of In I860, Abraham Lincolnwas evaluate various award procedures

.- ," Federated Organizations, a nominated for president by and our future participa

A Thought For Today !< Jackson-based amalgamation of Republicans meeting in Chi tion."
the principal racial groups at cago. The Emmy telecast will be

1'fr-- work in the state. In 1933 President Franklin D. aired by NBC-TV, and since

"Grace (God's unmerited favor) and spiritual) Project goals include Negro Roosevelt signed into law the that network is the only one
voter registration, operation of Tennessee Valley Authority Act. now officially recognizing the
peace be yours from God our Father and from the "freedom schools" and a mock In 1953, American aviatrix awards, it is in a decidedly

Lord Jesus Christ." Eph. 1:2 election campaign for naming Jacqueline Cochrane becamethe touchy position-the prime Im

The word "peace" means not only the absence of Washington Window Today'sCommentary "delegates" to the Democratic first woman to fly faster mediate problem being how to
National Convention.The than the speed of sound. handle the nationally-seen pro
strife and confusion but denotes wholeness, soundness, proposed college civil gram.

or prosperity.. especially in spiritual matters By LYLE C. WILSON freezes, favoritism and the rights task force has public officials Two days ago, in a sharp re
United concerned and on guard. A thought for the day-Span to the
-Dr. Albert L. Carnett Press Internstionsl ply boycotting principals,
like.As The Commission on Religionand !! : ish author Cervantes said: NBC said that
The voters seem to have softened for newspaper suspicion Its topical satire
Council "The exploits of rash men are
Race of the National
considerably since a Dem. Innuendo, gossip and rumor program, "That Was The Week
By PHIL NEWSOMUPI of Churches (NCC) cau to be attributed rather to good "
ocratic Congress harried Sher that is largely baloney On Feb. That Was, would on the
News Chief man Adams out of the White 12 Donald B. Reynolds, the ste. Foreign New Analyst tioned that "nothing could be fortune than to courage Emmy telecast, "apply its talents
EditorialsThis unscreened
House and another Democratic reo-buying insurance agent In SAIGON DEBATEOne more harmful" than appropriately to this new

Congress Investigated that mess the Baker case, was In the of the big problems of and unsupervised pilgrimages A (;.4)' 90 development in reviewing the

In Washington over which news with a statement that the American advisers in South to Mississippi. MENDON. Mass. (UPIt-At television events of the past
Viet Nam is of the project do not
getting their advice Sponsors "
Harry S. Truman was unhappily scandal had only begun and tell the age of 90, Mrs. Julia Swan: year.
May Be It . presiding. that It might end with the destruction accepted. A prime ex minimize the problem. They for living Drives her own car. Considering the generally pathetic
ample of how to bring $150
good advice applicants
has
Recently news has leaked out that there are some They have softened that Is, if of President Johnson. gone unheeded Is the repeated expenses and to be able to -Does her own housework. and witless humor of

raiders working in and out of Cub a. From other they permit the Democratic This surely was a great exaggeration prodding for the government to raise up to $400 for bonds if Attends card parties regu "That Was The Week, etc "
Senate
leadership to get away but the Senate investigators larly. during the past season, It is

sources, which we believe to be much more accurate with a once-over-Oghtly Investigation have done little to reassure critical establish areas a strict of the curfew in they Many are of arrested.the white students -Excels at cooking, canning doubtful that a more harmless

than of of Bobby Baker and his the voters that it country I and needlework. threat has ever been made
some our governmental accounts, we are told was not side. Since Viet Cong guerrillas plan to live with Negro faml.I
activities, as now true Reads the with NBC Is going to have its hands
proposed. newspapers
these raids have been going on for several months. move mostly at night, it could lies in Mississippi, an accom-
Senate Democratic Leader I out glasses. full with the overall telecast
They are now beginning to hurt Castro. In fact h has been Imposed in law there but which tends to In.
not only in serious trouble from within the country man'i fit of indignation last the investigators He swore that parts of the vital Mekong some River crease tensions.

but he is in trouble with Central and South American tore week.were Ha first impugning said: that the sens-characters Waller Jenkins assistant, LBJ's, solicited administrative ad. delta region but not strictly Some of the students will report ON YOUR TELEVISION DIAL

countries has broken enough to be truly effective first to "staging area"
Brazil .. Qff diplomatic relations of other senators on the vertislogfor the Johnson Television The a
wit" >m1r' iitul '' b'2'h'D Fit hd itsonlyrtliv: basis of gossip pure suspicionand station while be (Jenkins strict Vietnamese say sthey fear being established at Berea Col.loge WDIO.TY WFLA.ty wm.JY wm.TY

stat ? ;'' rumor. Then he changed ) was on the Senate payroll the enforcement would turn in Kentucky. Others will e.ot. 'Ch.,1 S Channel, 0 e......... 11
| and that the solicitation In population completely go direct to Mt. Beulah, the CIS NBC Ale' CBS

Now, where do we fit into this picture? The reporters that to mean and columnists that newspaper connertlon with sale of was an Insurance against them. Reply the Americans site of a now defunct Negro Ort..4. T....,. Ort..4. Tamp.
were "That's
: a chance w,
opportunities will start to pile up and if we aren't the character\ assassins Solid policy on Johnson's have to take." school near Edwards, Miss.,
not far west of the capital city NIGHT 18
spineless we'll more than do our part to see that Cas- Citizen Mike was out of charac. life. Jenkins was not summoned TOUGH BRITISH: of Jackson. Monday May

tro is driven out and that free ter in these accusations. They by the investigators to Look for a toughening of the Project workers will receive
a government is estab- were made in toe heat of the testify. An astonishing oversight British stand against Yemeni 4:00-Newi Now Sports N...,, W..tlior '.1.. N..ill
lished in that beautiful island. It should never have Senate Democratic leadership's if it wsi an oversight He efforts to force them out of orientation training in responseto ', -Sport,, W'th.r Woothor EdH.ri.l Sp'li Sports, W'th.r
did however opposition from local people J8-CBS N.... NBC News ABC CIS N.w.MS .
massive make an affidavit : N.w
happened this and take effort to check the Aden and the Arabian Peninsu
share of
way we can a large
denial. and pep talks on the goals of -CBS N.w NBC Newt You t Student/ CIS N...
the blame, for the signs were there the State De. Bobby_Baker investigation la. Political sources in Londonbelieve militant civil rights groups in
The Senate rejected a proposal There that the British public 1:00-Divot Ou Man Han Gun, Morse
.
other
are items of Mississippi.The
Interest
partment knew Castro to be red, but we went right to widen the Baker probe. It is In no mood to see its soldiers MCC Commission Re. 7ll-Oi. in I Iran Will Tro..1 "V.lo.tln.

along with him. was I party-Bne vote, all Republicans unexplored by the senators. pushed around, ill-treated or on 7lo-T. Tell Truth Monday .1 O.tor Limits Rich. Carlo,.
and Chanles are the newspapers killed ligion and Race has urged: colleges 7:45-T. Toll Truth the Mo.l. Outor Limits Anth'y DollarS00.le.
nine Democrats unnecessarily. Equally,
will continue to press universities and seminaries
voting to extend the Investiga the matter, as they should. the government Is determinedto to advise those who work A Same "'ho... Call Outor Limits Eleanor Parker

Is There 'Job Security1? . tion. The overall Impression of Nothing new in that. The Tea maintain the base which I with students to "do all we can 1111-1'. A Sac..t Fro" A Out., Limits Mo.l.
the Baker Investigation guards the lifeline for oil from 1lo-L.cy Shew Stranger" W.on Train Marie
as con insure that the volun.
There probably isn't a job in the world that offers ducted\ by the Senate Democra pot fizzled Dome in the scandal 1920's might but for have the Persian Gulf. The upshot Is teen to help are adequately screenedand 1:45-L.cy Show ..tt. Darin Wags Train Menlo
the
security Anybody with a job can lose it, even the mailman tic leadership so far Is that it sharp reportorial brain of the that Britain can be expected to trained." Oo-D..ny Thomas Gary Merrill Wagon Train Danny Thomas

.can be fired has been a rabbity affair, late Paul Y. Anderson of the throw in all the force necessary The commission said it had I5-D..ny Themes Sh'ly Winton Wagon Train Danny Thomas
timid, fearful and eager to con St. Louis Post. to hold the area with a min agreed to undertake the orientation Io-Andy Griffith Holly..ood I Wagon Train Andy/ Griffith
Dispatch
If a job is not security, what 1s11'1l tell you what clude. The Senate mum of casualties and to ignore and training program :45-Ane/y/ Griffith The Stara Wagon Train Andy/ Giffilh
stock
tai Security is being an expert at what you do for a The Impression Is that the investigators of the early market 1930'Investigation .' Arab shouts of Imperial "because the church has an obligation 10:00-Ellt Si..1 Sing Along making I'.lnt EIII SIe/.1

living Security is being an uncommon person. Security are hiding something certainly: would have been ism. to avert violence." 10:15-I Wut Side with Mitch Breaking Point W..t Side
or that they are afraid to abandoned within SPANISH MINERS: Adopt New Laws 10:10-Ellt 51"01 Sing Along Ir.ahing Point h. Sid.11:11
is greatness and can have it if he'll weeks of Its
anyone developit. proceed vigorously for fear of beginning but for the hard hitting Spanish coal mines Ire Soon after the Mississippi : Wilt Sie/o with Mitch Stealing Pilot West Side
turning among the few in Europe announced earlier
up something that reyortorial job members which have not been project was I II L Oo-N. News. Spt, Wt N..Ii. Newt. Sp.rt.
Security is never outside a person . it's Inside would ba better left unturned. of the Senate press gallery ized. But the national. this year the Mississippi Legislature IItl5-Spo", W'th.r T.niht Shoe E'terial W'th.r Wlhor, l't..I.1

And if it isn't there, it just isn't any place.You've The Sherman Adams investigation Interested parties in the Is reported now thinking government of nationalization adopted! several new I I:10-Th..t.. .f Tonight Shew Late Show Roaring 20'
was a sterner affair There 1920's and 1930's tried Mike laws that can be used to deal 11:45the Start Te..iht Show L.t. Show Rearing 20'
probably heard the expression "You as the only answer to .
with demonstrations.Police
was a soft shoe, oB to Buffalo Mansfield's shabby tactic of
can't keep a good man down I" Well, you can't I You quality to the Senate's Investigation claiming a foul against the in strikes the which spring flared of 1962 in Asturiai in 1963 at their discretion, Tuesday MORNING May 19

can take a good man and completely wipe him out . of Harry Truman's mess press. It didn't work then and and again this year. Chief problem can citizen prohibit in the time movement of of

take everything but his mind and his spirit and in Washington But It did dare it probably will not work now is said to be the reluctanceof any emergency 7100W.U, Today Slow G.... Day
a to Invade the White House In But it wouldn't hurt if the (curvew) 7:1 5- Mortis Today/ Show News Good Day
wife who's willing to start over . and no matter search of mink coats deep voters also came alive mining firma to modernize Police, at the discretion of 1:30-Waka.U, Today Show Mid ;i. Evans Geed Day
equipment for taking out the local officials, can prohibit 7:45Mo.i. Today Sh.. Mickio .Enns Geed Day
where put him, he'll come bouncing right back. low
you largely -grade brown Spanish picketing by one or more persons
In a year, he'll be back where he was when the coal. which might: Interfere with B:00-C.pt.in Today Show Micki. Evans C.pt.ln
DAILY CROSSWORD 1:11-..,.... Today Show Mic i. Evans K...,....
axe fell. You see, he has the only security a man can + B:10-C.ptoin Today/ Show Car+.enville Captain

have. It's inside him and his wife and kids can feel 1. Portico ACROSS: 41.42.route Seed IT. Moisture A l, &t., ;\i' 1:45Kon,.... Today Show Cortoonvlllo K.ng.r.o

it when he sits down to the breakfast table with them ; Or. voowls on l" ', I Ia. DIAL WSIR Program 1490 ':00-Amorico* Tod.y'i Movie EiorcUo Morning Menlo
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While most doing just as as they
men are
can I
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Monday, May 18, 1964 WINTER HAVEN Mil f! Y NFWS CHIEF WINTER HAVEN flORIDA rag true



Robbers Steal Last Russians RespectsTo Pay Burns, High Go Separate Mutual Pushes




$$500 And Dog KussinenMOSCOW Ways After TV Battle Fight F Against

(UPI)-Hundred.of .
Russians today paid a final MIAMI\UPi) -1'hfdda's two with one minute limitation .I
tribute to Finnish-born Soviet Democratic gubernatorial. opponents did not know we were going to
From Home leader Otto V Kussinen. a veteran with a civil rlfkt wedge get into the same vicious\ attacks 'S. Citrus Disease
figure in International alarm bluntly between them Mr High has resorted to

OVer $500 In personal property communism J i-iiti'iay night took their camrM But he returned and continued Florida Cttnii! Mutual has reactivated

and a doc were stole* The 83,year-old member of ,". .n<. on separate ways In the rlaoh after High asked' Its spreading decTne:
Saturday night from a home ti the ruling Presidium died Sunday Dad; Countv today "Are we stilt on the air?" committee at the request of the
!be Cypress Gardens area cI from a hemorrhage causedby J ksonv.ille Mayer Hayden Burnt said before his temporary Dlant Industry division of the
Winter Haven, th* Polk Count; the spread of cancer of the Burns threatened Smday. night exit that he did not feel State Department of Agricur-
Sheriff Office reported. liver, according to the official I 10, lone It with no future dual- It was right for any kind of bloc tore
Chief Criminal Investigate! medical bulletin. appearance' with Miami Mayor vote hut High snapped that a
Ed DeReus said the house li Robert King High 'defending on Negro bloc vote helped elect The consMlttee will\ serve In
an advisory capacity In the de
located on Helena Rd. and owned hn (Jlighv) future conduct" the Jacksonville mayor Burns
by Van Johnston. PTA Burns was scheduled to meetan conceded\ that he got a heavy velopm. of program to con.trol

Stolen were a shotgun/ amplifier To Study Elk'i club in Homestead today Negro vote In his hometown, the burrowing nematode
record changer, clock and :rave a reception for a but added that "with the Negro which ca.*e< spreading decline

radio, rod and reel, rug, a Miami supporter later lie is vote thrown away, I still would In citrus groves It will also
bottle of whishey, and a little School scheduled to be on a radio program have won." act as a liaison between the industry
black and white dog. BudgetThe later tonight. Burns has claimed that High and government agencies -

The robbers gained entrance tilth's campaign today was to has the backing of the NAACP
by breaking in through the back) Polk County School Bud- start with a breakfast followedby and both High and the NAACP Named to the committeewere
door. eet will be the subject of a a television taping session in have denied any official backing : Wilbur Charles of Winter
special PTA conference to be the afternoon. la this direction High, In turn, Haven Fred II Adkinson
held in the School Board had their fourth has accused the Jacksonville of Mlnneola, Tom 0 Bown of
Room --" '-< --------- The pair
Havenites At in Bartow Wednesday morning. straight face to. face meeting mayor an un ucceaf\tl candidate Frostproof, Vernon L Connerof
The conference, sponsored FORT MYERS-WINTER HAVEN EXCHANGE PROGRAM-Th. Fort Mven and the hottest of the runoff for governor In 1960 of Mount Dora, John II. G.

jointly by the office of the Junior High School Chorus, above, presented I concert et Westwood Junior High campaign, at a television debate courting the Negro vote by playing HutchiMon of Avon Park W
Superintendent of Public Instruction Saturday Later Westwood will send ih chorus to Fort Myers to present a similar Sunday night. up to the NAACP. C Pederaen of Waverfy. Dudley
l Putnam of Bartow A, H.
Council of Parent-Teacher As scheduled to RO for I half hour, Sunday night that "the only
Wirt Jr. of Baboon Park.
sociations Is designed especially hour courtesy you have afforded me
blossomed sddenly Into an
Mr. and Mrs Kenny Alcorn to give PTA members Insight Area Deaths $125 Million 2 Local Firms program when moderator host Is to attack with unfounded In..ceurlrle. Mutual President W Max
lot Winter Haven were among Acree said that he hope theInduetry'x
1,400 attending the district Into where the money goesin (Continued' From Page One) Ralph Renick (WTVJ ) steeredthe .." After a pause he technical
persons advisory
the spending of school funds added, "I put on notice now
civil you
questions to rightsRenick
meeting of the Clvltan HAROLD D. CTIAPMIN "more fertiliter, medical supplies already In existence
AU PTA members are welcome that I shall refuse to meet
Club last weekend In Miami. for the Harold Dcwitt Chapman, 78, and services, rrpair parts Are Chartered asked each candidatehow you work closely with
The convention... billed as but officers in local units of 1798 Slst St.. NW, died In and I placements for war- etas regarded NAACP NAACP in the future alto 1 phase of the operation.
coming year areespecl.lly At the end of the program
val candidate. The
the from rolling stock
biggest ever as guests the Winter Haven Hospital early damaged railway also warned that cultivation
all districts attended. urged to be present. this morning after a short school supplies and building Secretary of State Tom political Action Committee In a however Renick asked Burns If can cause the spread of
The guests speaker was Governor Special attention will be givento illness. materials, well drilling equipment Adams today announced the pre first primary analysis, said he would cut off all future the burrowing nematode

Farris Bryant,who spokeon questions which may the arise. lie was a native of Perry and trams to bring freshwater chartering of two new Winter High had the best attitude toward scheduled debate with the Miami The state has recommendedthat
Registration for conference -
help to the mentally retarded. will begin at 9 a.m., vllle, N. Y., and moved to Winter to theillagers. and enlarged Haven corporationsThey civil rights out of the sU mayor, who has announced equipment used In grove
his of the civil rights
Haven five from advisory staffs In the are Brlggs Guidance Democrats In the race .UI'llOI't| with spreading decline not be
at years ago
with the beginning
Other special guests attending 9:30. Adjournment program is scheduledfor Sherril), N. Y. prtJ\Inr8l." and Counseling Services, Inc., But the NAACP says It did bill pending before the U.S, used In a non Infested grove
Included Lou Hofflng, of He was a retired maintenance Johnson said he tries) to fit of 673 Ave. G, SE. with 9,000 nor "formally" back High. Senate until It I.I thoroughly cleaned.
11:30.
Detroit, International president : supervisor for Oneida Ltd., silversmiths the new funds Into his existing shares of common stock at $1 The two men answered the "I will weigh the situation and .---
; and C. B. Johnson of Albany of Oneida, N. Y. $3,4 billion foreign aid requestbut per share dealing In guidanceand question but the answers took view It on his future conduct,"
Ga., International vice- member of the could not counseling services for Individuals too long for Burns Burns raid
president.It Band Concert lie was a headed offstage High atarrd. at his opponent
St Joseph's Church of Winter etc Incorporators He got up and Brigham PTA
was announced at the meeting are RuUwled B Woltrr, AliceS. saying he would not par awl" mapped:

that the International Convention Haven lie served with the V S. Ma- C Of C DinnerAt Brunner, and Gladys B Bowman tlclpate further In the debate "You are a mighty big man
will be held In San Diego, all of Winter Haven P.. unless the format of the program I wish you would tell m*
Calif., in July.Musical. Set At Tines In Cuba In 1904 Wo- whether you will appear with
MayoThe lie Is survived by his widow, titian was filed May 12 by was followed Meets TuesdayThe
instead of those
of "I understood' the questions me using phra-
Mrs. Mabel May Chapman ter.Smith "
Mrs. Lake AlfredThe Knudsen Aaaociates from you .(Renick) would be ass you use
final concert of the year Winter Haven; a daughter, of Inc of 141 W. Central Ave., The program ended, at that Brigham Elementary
Jenczewski
Albert Mae)
Held (
Haven High
the Winter
by with 100 shares of common at point.
mixed chorus Shernll; a son, William Ray Lake Alfred Chamber of School. PTA will hold Its liltmel'tln
School Band and $50 per share, dealing In: to M. L. Tucker On other Issues In the debate,
of the
of Oneida five grandchildren year tomorrow
will be presented Thursday Chapman ; Commerce Dinner Committeehas ,
and and High said he would enforce he
own or operate any
o'clock\ at Nora Mayo ; and two greatgrand completed final arrangements Continued From Page OM night In the school auditorium.The .
S
at
night all type. of service stores of. rights bill If It panes Burn
St. Joseph'sMusic children. for the community dinner opened Sixth Grade Gift Club
By Auditorium.The fires or establishments Incorporators said he did not believe that
The funeral Mass for the repose He I member of will, present a entit
chorus will be directedby Tuesday evening at T pm. are Roy I. Knudsen, was the equal right "can b* legislated' program
Millard C. Walker, and the of the soul will be offered at the city hall auditorium Floyd R., Smith, Jeanett F. First Baptist Church of Winter On additional I revenue for the led "America Singing"
"from Greece to the concert and the symphonic at 9 '.m. Thursday at St Tickets are still available Knuden, all of Winter Haven. Hens stale, High said he did not be. Mrs Del) Lawson, area coordinator
V. S.--from the Gay Ninetiesto band. will be directed by RoyV. Joseph's Church. The Mass will from any committee member or Petition was filed May I by Survivors Include his widow sieve that new taxes would be will Install the 1M45 -

the Beatles" was featured Wood. be celebrated by the Rev. Matthew from the general chairmaa, Harry E.. King of Winter Ha Mrs. Btrtl Ma (Norman required and cited his city'a 10per $ officer.
,I the St. Joseph's School program Being featured on the musical Connolly, pastor. Burial Charles Shinn Jr. ) Tucker, of Winter Haven rent tax reduction. Burns Following the business meeting *
"Let There Be Music." program will be music from will follow In Lakeside Memorial Guest speaker will be Jack ; two daughters Mrs. Margaret argued that Miami tax redur a refreshment period will

The program was presented the masters as well as from Park McKay district manager of Sapp of Winter. Haven, tlon was based on i per capita be held at which all Brigham
f The recitation of the Rosary Electric Co.. from Win ven.Auto and Mrs. Betty Allen of Titusvllle .
( Saturday night at Nora Mayo modern composers.A Tampa ratio using a quarter of a mil- teacher will b* the special
Auditorium and wasarrangedln sophomore coronet trio, will be held at the Ott.Laugh- ter Haven. Smashups ; four sons, Chester Tucker linn non las paying Cubans. guest.
the form of a musical Laura Ann See Larry Green- lin Chapel Wednesday night at Everyone Interested in the Wallace Tucker, Rudolph
travelogue. wal4, aijd Harriet .Crabtree. 6:30. Lake Alfred area is Invited to Tucker and Larry Tucker all
The presentation was(lb.'eon will present "Tree 'Trumpe-- Friends may east at the OttLaughlm attend." I" ' .. of Winter Navrff;; two sisters,

elusion of weeks of planning teers," by D'Agostina.The Chapel tomorrow and Take 4 Lives Mrs. Mends Tumlin of Doe Bill Collectors
and rehearsing for the studentsIn symphonic Band will Wednesday (evenings between 7 run. Ca, and Mri. Della Jenkins .

grade one through six, and play "The Italian In Algiers," and 9.MRS.. New York of Lake City, Fla.. thre I Til. ITO till COlU OtL SUIT,
was dedicated in Us entirety to by Rossinni; and a special MIAMIil'PI) Florida auto brothers, Marlon C Tucker of I JUOAMINTt, ATTACHMINT a IMIAIIASSINS -
Sister Mary Rose Edward, new production of "The Legend of CECELIA DOBOS Kinashupi. took four lives over Miami, Cleveland Tucker of ) t-HONI CAUI ATHOMI

school principal, and the Rev. Sleepy Hollow," depicting the Mrs Cecelia Dobos, 76. of the weekend including that of a Boston Ga.., and Clifton Turk. AND ON TMI JO*.
Matthew J. Connolly, pastor of story of Ichabod Crane.A Route 1, Wahneta, died early Stock teen ages) buy In I high speed rr of Moultrl, Ja? one half
I the St. Joseph's Catholic feature of the program will this morning at the Osceola Hospital ReportNEW wreck nut (ialneavllle brother Crawford Tucker, of DON' 6IT INTO OUT
Church. be the introduction of the band in Klsslmmpe after a short Timothy Stevens, II. of High Merrlt Island, Eli? IS grandchildren WINS TO 6IT OUT O* OUT)
Directing the performance officers for 1964-65. The officersare illness Spring was killed Instantly and four greet
were Mrs. Nadine Hoffman and Jimmy Evans captain; She was a native of Buds.pest YORK' (UPIMidday Sunday when his car Ml the grand-children. For Complex Information Ai No Charge,

tAra Georgette Layton, assisted Bobby Meadows, first lieutenant Hungary and moved to stock Alabama pricesInternational Cu 34 mad weal of there and smashed Funeral services will be held! Phone Or Com Into Our Oiiic Today
by Mrs. V. J. DILorenw. ; and Elizabeth Struthers, Winter Haven from Springfield, Into sods The Florida Highway Wednesday at 10 30 a m from

Kenny Kerce, and Jerry! Hubbell IH, 40 yean ago She attended American American Can lIardw.re Co 51'4JI\II" Patrol said the car apparrntly the Ott Laughlln Funeral Horn OPEN 10 A.... 'rill r....

second lieutenants. SI Joaeph's Catholic Church Motors 14% was traveling exteai Chapel ,..... M App.Lm.NNew
Clubs Is sponsored by American of 100 milei per hour The Rev. Robert D Hamilton
Carden The concert She l 111 survived by four daughters Are
the Winter Haven High School of American Sugar 22 James Edward hoard JO, of former pastor of the First In the Winter Hove I I

(Continued From Page One) Band and admission Is free. Loughman, Mrs Mrs Helen Ethel Stroupe Horn of American TT 140 Fernandtna Beach, l lost control Presbyterian and personal *!. Johnson-Stewart & Assoc.
guests William Stool of the American Tobacco 39t4 of his car Sunday on State Road social of the deceased will officiate.
State Road Department accept Lake Wales Mrs. Margaret Anaconda Copper 4304 100 In Baldwin and was killed Ill 4rk t*.. N W. ee Tkrlfc' ..v !.>.,. Ct,. Mae IM-HII
McCook of Lakeland, and Mrs
Picket Babcock .. Wilcox 5444
ed the marker on behalf of Negroes instantly Burial will follow In La it.
Irene Balogh of Staten Island. Bendix Cerp. .4" old Oateen
A U year man aide Memorial Park with the
that department. Winter Lakeland Store N Y ; four sons, Joe Dobos ofBuffalo Bethlehem Steel 38% William Jackson Sams, died in ...srt..rt. .wwaruesers
Mrs John S. Boland of following serving ai active ..
Haven. Immediate past district N. Y Steve Dobos of Borden FOOIIt 7Brlill % a on*.car wreck early Saturday pall bearers Aubrey Row, I II
read a memorial LAKELAND (UPI) A group Winter Haven Johnnie Dobos M.nullttlWln Ce. 7, en State Road IS about one Muncry Smith, Dick Mellor, /V. .. .!
president Rev. August Bern- of 10 Negroes picketed a down of Franklin, Pa and Louis Do Burlington Indlalltrift 4544 mile north of his hometown. Clarence Roberts, Floyd Delft, -. ;
The "
poem.thai, pastor of the Grace Lutheran town drug store for about two boa, U S Army, stationed in Carolina Power "U.ht 75'4Cheaepake James Merrill EI_., 12, of and Lester Brldgeforth. '. MONDAY SECI L
the wake of California and a sinter Mn
Church lave the Invoca- hours Sunday In ; and OhIo 78 Plymouth was killed early Honorary pallbearers are
Uon, and Jimmy Evans played arrests during a sit In Saturday Annie Kardos of Woodridge, N Chrysler Corp 1944 Saturday In a wreck on State Charles Hollowa. Arthur Han- ONLYLlmlt
taps. There were no arrests or J.The Cafes Service 011 OJ.C 10( Road 400 near Slat Road 24 In cork, Louts /SUack. Leslie TO 1 PM
Members of the Winter Haven Incidents Sunday funeral Mass for the repose Cola Co III' Polk CountyThugs. Dunson. John Crisp, Tom
The Negroes arrived at the of the soul win be offeredat Ce. 44'4 I pl....
Council of Garden Clubs, oll.te.p.lmolln ----- Tvrnbutl, Dr Ivan Gsslrr, Ed ,
which the marker, are the drug store shortly before noon 9 a m. Friday at St. Joseph'sChurch. Cone Mills 1744 Vlertoi, and Powell Otto
gave
Azalea Garden Club. Bouquet and paraded quietly carrying The Maas will be celebrated Continental/ Can ShatCurtlu BeatReceptionist Friends mar call at the OHLaughtin f;
Garden Club Camellia Garden signs reading "We want freedom by the Rev Matthew Wright In-. Chapel tomorrow
Club Gardenia Garden Club now." and "Jim Crow Connolly, pastor Burial' will follow Douglas Aircraft 2S Bight from I until I o'clocll.VEU.AN .
and the Winter Haven Garden must go now." In Oaklawn CemeteryThe Dow Chemical 72%
Club. Mrs. William L. Riley, Seven adults and three youths recitation of the Rosaryfor Du Pont 24g WASHINGTON (UPI)-A re.rrp4Hmlat .
who opened today's ceremonies, were arrested Saturday when Mrs. Dobo. win be held at Eastern Air UIIH it44 for Sen Carl T Cur AIDA
is president of the Council. they sat in at the lunch counterat the Ott-Laughlin Chapel Thura Eastman Kodak 130 tis. R-Nb. ws robbed and representative from lire
The marker itself was erect the drug store and refused day at T-30: pm Ford MOW Co 51. beaten today by two attackers County. Veterans Service Of-
fic will be In Winter I liven
Road Depart to leave Hearings for the seven Friends may call at the Ott. General lft'trlt NN who broke Into her C.pttoilltli
ed by the State Tuesday. at the Old City\ lIall
ment, and the landscaping was adults, who were released on Laaghlm Chapel Thursday between General Motors 5744 apartment
Building, courtroom corner I
done by Renate Nursery of Winter bond, are set Thursday (at I 30 S and t p.m General I Telephone 3iMtI Police said Mrs Marl Christenon Sixth and) Central Ave from
39, was asleep In her
Haven p.m > Georgia PHllk Cerp. 63 basement when twomen I a.m, to 4 p.m. to assist veterans
apartment
Goodrich Rubber 5414
FuneralJOHN and Utelr dependants or
shattered window thatled
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R1tbber 42%
Goodyear< .
survivors with matters
say perlalnlag
to her living room Th
S. RHYNK Gull Oil Corp. 54'44 to veterans affairs,
Filament Indian head Mills 1414 men burst Into the sleepingwoman's
100% Continuous Funeral services lee John bedroom and bat her
Shtfford Rhyne. H. of Ml Fifth l.rll.Uce.IU..rIreb.mkal 1114
severely during a search! fur
mop m WINTX RAVEN
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St. SW. who died suddenly
1st* Friday afternoon while via Nickel Ii money

Nylon Carpet fling a daughter hi New Smyrna TOT SIN ""'_ ..._.._ __........_C'l...."'.... .
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ti a'r fi-'i; I. Mrs. Dunham Is HonoredBy



A1 Eagle Lake Civic League _

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....- ... Mrs. Harold Dunham was honored as "The Wo- SUSAN SCOTT, queen of the Girt Auxiliary of Pint Baptist Church, Is I

man of 1964" in the May meeting of the Eagle Lake pictured her with her brother, Jimmie, who was ring bearer, and Amber Phelps, flower
iIf girl at coronation.
tti Civic League for her work and interest in such worth.

: while things as Red Cross, Cancer Drive making bandages Around The Girls AuxiliaryHas

T.B. Seal and Gray Lady work, Community Town

affairs and the children and youth of today. She was CoronationThe

\\.t) presented with a gift and corsage.A World Traveler Visiting Girl's Auxiliary of the


n ___ ___ _. __ ___ delightful program was members of the local CAR First Baptist Church held I
given by Mrs Clark B. Davis groups of which she is leader. Coronation Service at the

MISS JO ANN JONES, center, bride-el.ct, w.s entertained $, ur I il by Mrs. H. C. Henderion, left, and Mrs. C D. Wright, with a luncheon and Ways In Florida" which covered of historical and present day daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
shower in movie and dialogue a Interest. James 0 Scott being crowneda
number of trips taken by New officers elected and Mrs. Evelyn M. Dell of Theran, Iran has been Queen.

Installed to serve for the touring the world and is ring in Winter Haven visit-

Miss JonesIs Annual Picnic Closes Season coming year are: Mrs. Dun her sister and brother.in-law Mr. and Mrs. Brook The Sanctuary was decorated
ham with and
President; Mrs Flor.ence II. Rollins Jr. palms arrangements
Entertained Selleet, Vice President; of Shasta Daisies. The
With For Camellia Garden Clubbers Mr*. Michael Novak, Secre Mr. and Mrs. William E. The Ladles' Day Programof Candlelight Service includedthe
LuncheonA tar' and Mrs. George Davie, Rynerson and Mr. and Mrs. the Lake Region Yacht and recognition of two Princesses .
Members of the Camellia playing completed the evening. Treasurer Mrs. Mark Jack Rynerson were in St. Country Club, Wednesday, will Patsy House and
luncheon and handkerchief Garden Club Schlelper Augustine this weekend for the Karen Williams, two Ladies-
held their annual IMsteises were Mrs Ed was instilling of. feature sun and fun fashions
Jones shower bride-elect In honor of Miss JoAnn picnic Thursday at the home of Reints, Mrs. Ralph Hollister, ( annual meeting of the Florida from the Sundial Shop. Lunch in-Waiting: Laura Branch and

Jr., was, given Saturday of John by Jasln Mrs Dr and Mn Van T. Burnette. Mrs. A. L. Fsztirt. Mrs. Wil i Those attending the meetIng Daily Newspapers Association. eon will be served from twelveto Patricia McMillan, and nine
C D. Wright and Mrs H. C. Invited gueits were husbandsand liam Taylor, and Mrs. Van T. were Mr. and Mrs. John 1:30: p.m. and the programwill Maidens: Vertress Brooks,
Henderson at the home of the prospective members.A Burnette, new members for Burr, Mrs Minnie Burr Mrs. be held at 1:30: p.m. Tamara Hammond Judy
latter. social hour was held on the 196364 J. D. Coburn, Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Normon Remole of Helm Becky Muncy, Linda
Orchids, gladioli, mums and patio surrounding the pool preceding Gordon Dayton Mrs Jack Minneapolis, Minn. is visiting Dr. and Mrs. Albert L. Car- Owen Margaret Rspp, Char-
pink carnations were used in the the covered dish supper Those attending were Mr. and Denton Mrs Harold Dunham, here with his brother-in-law lieU have gone to Atlantic lene Revels, Rita Smith and
various arrangements. The punch table held three- MM Carl Coom-y Mr. and Mrs rp te Mrs Van Madden, Mrs. James and deter, Mr. and Mrs. DaVId N. J. to attend the W.M.U Nina Van Duyne.

Guest enjoying the event tiered candle stand centered Elbert Layton Mr. and Mrs. Monroe, Mr. and Mrs MIchael Giddings. Convention followed by the Annual Queen Susan entered carryIng -
were Mrs Roy Jones mother with ligustrom and !the food table ntf'iop: Jones Mn R. O. Bice. Novak Mrs. C H. Southern Baptist Conven. a lovely bouquet of white
of the bride-elect, Mrs. Ben was centered with an arrangement Mr. and Mrs. Howard Wells sty Parker, Mr and Mrs. Mark Walter R. Enols has been tlon. This Is the Jubilee year carnations Her flower girl
jamb Bond, Mrs. Bill Carter of red gladioli. The Mr. and Mrs. \, L Fszzsrl Sohleiper, Mrs. Florence Sel- delegated by Life Insurance which marks the 150th anniversary war Amber Phelps and her
of Orlando, Mrs Beverly Con- individual tables held various Mri Richard Noll Mr. and Mrs let, Mr and Mrs H. N. Smith, Company of Georgia to attenda of the organization of brother Jimmy Scott
nor, Mrs. James Coff, Mrs. colored glass patio candles and Ralph Hollister, Mr. and Mrs. Mr and Mrs. Paul Stanger, conference on life insurance the Triennial Convention of crown-bearer. As her mother was
Joe Hays, Mrs. Joe Hollmeyer, greenery Earl Chance Mr. and Mrs. Ed Mrs. Leon Welch, Mrs David service May 27-29 at the Robert Baptist In North America. placed the crown on her head
Mrs. Charles Goshorn, Mrs Mrs. Margaret Dana, Mr. and Reints Mrs. R. C. Davis, Mr IV Wright, Mr. and Mrs. Phillip Meyer Hotel in Jackson. This convention war the first the charge to her ,
was given
Charles Race, Mrs Culver O. Mrs. Howard Greene, and Mr. and Mrs Glen Hicks, Mr. and MRS. DUNHAM Wood, Mrs. L D. Woodsrd Jr. ville. Mr. Ennis Is a memberof organized group of Baptist for by Mrs. K. S. Bennett. A GA
Spencer, Miss Anne Bond and and Mr.. Van T. Ladncr were Mrs. Darwin Wright, Mrs. Ludie the company's Honor Club missions on a national scale.
Miss Nancy Hollmeyer. welcomed as guests. Conley Mr. and Mrs. Stuart .,. .. :.'*.; composed of outstanding The theme for the Jubilee pin Director was, Mrs.presented Jerome by Wil the
Door prizes were won by Mr. Smtover Mr. and Mrs ChalresMeese. agency leaders celebration Is "For Liberty hams
Elks end Mrs G. D Bridges and Mr. and Mrs G. D. and Light." Dr Billy Graham
AuxiliaryThe Elbcrt Layton Bridges, Mrs. Franklin Gardner Spring Formal Highlights Mrs. Roger Kenney of Lake will be the closing speaker. At
At the close of the
Wales will be the Impressive
installing officer
least
70,000 Baptists are expected
Group singing and ulelele Dr and Mrs. Van T. Bur t'tte.
Elk's Auxiliary met on : when St. Joseph's Guild In Atlantic for these service, each girl carried 6
Thursday at the club with I Season has its installation of officers eventful days. a lighted candle to a place In f
luncheon door prizes going to At Country ClubGiant and banquet Wednesday evening the darkened church to symbolize
Mrs. George Barr, Mrs E. E Mrs. Joe Baugh Elected at the Lake Region Mrs. William and the mission of carrying
Flannelly
Adams and Mr.. E. B. Way Yacht and Country Club. The light to a darkened world. s
topiary trees fashioned
of gardenia blossoms Mrs
sister Tyger, of Staten Island
Jr. Dr. A. L.
Carnett
social hour will be at 6.30: and pastor,
Daniel i and linked together with pale pink cording N Y. and New Jersey pronounced the
Mil Jim president, dinner at seven. Members of benediction.
announced that the next meet. '*( President Of Auxiliary'Mrs 'graced the entrance of the Lake; 1egio .jYach and St. Rita's Circle! are in charge Mr.were and recent Mrs. Lester houseguests Atherton of Candle-11gMers were Cindy

Ing will be on May 28 and that Country Club Saturday night for the Spring formal with Mrs. C. A. Hydron as ,and family, Lake Ina Drive SE. pages Evans and Sheila Smith and
Mrs. Jane Herman Cone will chairman assisted by Mesdames were Diane House and
be the guest speaker on "In. Joe Baugh has been II. E. Crabtree. The Junior'' Dance held by the membership. Robert Huff, J. P. Law- Karen Keating.
tenor Decorating". elected president of the Amer group which has been wry active bar, Roy Smith, Jack Sum.
The door prize was won by Scan Legion Auxiliary this year II sending Its The main room of the club which was attended by 125 mers, Frank Gross and Catherine
Mrs Charles Lockwood Other officers announced at leader Miss Van Horn to the war decorated with tremen- members. The dinner menu Beatrice.
Bridge was played during the Thursday nights meeting were convention as a reward for her dour magnolia trees In pastel was planned by Mrs. R W. BANK ON US.
afternoon and prizes were won Mr. A. C Vanllorn, first vice diligent leadership. Mrs. Lonnie shades of mauve pink, blue Johnson. The Welcome Wagon Club .
by Mrs Dale Hatlett, Mr.. Henry president; Mrs. Frank W o I I, Ivy presented the Junior groupa silver and gold. They reachedto Music for dancing was pro luncheon will be held at twelve
Hedrlck and Mrs Lewis second vice president; Mn cash award won In the District the celling. vided by two orchestras. noon tomorrow at the Moose BANK BY CAR
Christine Hood, secretary corresponding for continuous and A huge magnolia branch
Clark a active _. Club. A special program Is
Members present at the meet secretary, Mrs. L L program with tiny lighted blossoms rth ---- planned, along with exhibitsof
Ing were Mesdamei B a r r, Clarke chaplain, Mrs W E. highlighted the decorations of the various divisions.
Adams, Way Jr., Daniel Lock- Corbin; historian, Mrs. J. II. Mrs Claude l Brotherton, the porch, and the stairway
wood Itazlett Hedrick, Clark Woodward St'rgeant-.t-arm., chairman of Rehabilitation and was marked by two six-foot The American Association of
E H. McDonald J. C. Mitchell Mrs Leonard Wood and Miss Mr. W E. Corbin acting chairman topiary trees made of eucalyptus University Women will hold a
Joseph McArdle Artie Ober, Marjory Van Horn. These officers branches and
of Child Welfare won citations inapdrsgons. summer meeting at the First r
Joseph H. Lucy, W. E Corbin, will be Installed after the In the District competition Federal Savings and Loan
Jeanette Martin E. S Horton, Annual State Convention which and received their citations| Each room of the club was meeting room tonight at seven
J. M. Moorman, R. II DeMott, will take place In June. from Mn Ivy. One of the Amer transformed Into a formal o'clock Guests will be the high M
Paul Bitter, F E Robey, R. The Stale convention opens lean Legion's chief Community garden setting The dining school students who were win
C Crawford, R A. Schock, S. In Jsrksanvllle June 4. The Iocs Service projects, which covers tables each held three topiary ners In the recent AAUW
T VanDyke R E. Potts, Ray unit will be represented by youth activities through the trees fashioned of fresh rose tponsored art contest and their
Chsrest Richard Vild and A. Mrs BauRh. Mrs Hood Mrs. Americanism program. Is the buds. Instructor, Mrs. Dorothy ,
Gilbert Lester Corbin, Miss Vsnhorn and MM. sponsorship of a Junior Boy's Other exotic decorations, all Danttlcr I,
Baseball) team This team has under the direction of Mrs.
: won the respect and admirationof Earl White, were used at k Mr. and Mrs. Connel W
.
all the adults who have been focal points ?\ Rodgers, Karen and John,
interested In their sportsman- Mrs John P Adams and have Mr. and Mrs Joseph V.
The Browser ship over the years. The Au. Mrs. Clayton Harman were \ Theo of St Louis Mo. as theirguests.
mary voted to buy the neces- general chairmen of the event Mrs. Rodgers. entertained .
G' nary uniforms and so express at a coffee in honor of
W hl..s., = the unit's Interest in the Le- Karen! Bailey Mrs Thela. A citrus theme
Kion's program for youth.I war used featuring a table
Score another 'first" for THE HOMEMAKERS Has BirthdayThe "SWINGING IS GREAT centerpiece of fresh orange,
NOOK . Groom's Garters! >I The new American Legion seventh birthday of Karen FUN," says Debra Lynn, grapefruit and limes Coffee
Black trimmed with white satin and Home will be a reality in the Bailey daughter of Mr and daughter of Mr. and Mrs and lemon cheese cake were
adorned with a miniature gold ball and chain near future and furnishing becomes Mrs. Duke Bailey, of Lake Alfred Robert Garner, at the celebrated served to Mrs Uoyd Hender
. gift packaged for only $1001! Clever. s a pre-requisite In addl. was celebrated yesterdaywith her second birth. son Mrs Harry S. Loins Mrs
gag gift or as a place card. Also noticed the traditional blue and tion to furnishing the kitchen a party at her home. day with a family picnic. Dick Brumbaugh Mrs. Donald .
while lace bride's garters and wedding bell rice clusters the unit voted to furnish the Games were played and Debra'i grandparents G Melton, Mrs. Tommy
all ribbon tied . lovely as a gift tie-on, aa a shower favor, or conference room Mrs Clarke prizes given. The unique cakes Mr. and Mrs. LOAIO Meadows are Williams Mrs. Dick De Finn,
for place cards. donated a long conference table were baked and decorated by Mrs Larry Sutton, Mrs. Wallace
Went browsing for graduation gifts at FREDERICK'S Mrs Corbin donated a a neighbor, Mrs Philip Hull. and Mr. and Mrs. Pool. Mrs. Thels and
MEN'S SHOP and found an enormous selection of handsomely Sandlewood colored drape for One iced and decorated cake Vernon Walksr. Mrs Rodferi
striped shirts in the traditional style the young men (both high the large window, and the unit started playing when the first
school and college) are so crazy about Very authentic with will I purchase appropriate piece was cut. The other two New e>
button.down collar . button and loop in the back short chairs. cakes were in Jello mold., decorated Arrivals
sleeve styles which may be worn for dress or sport ihirts. The hostesses, Mra Van Horn and doll heads with ny ...
Incidentally we noticed a terrific variety of fabric . from and Miss Van Horn served refreshments Ion net hats added. Mr. and Mra. Cecil Roller of city. are the parents of a son
100"4 cottons to all types of blends They're styled by Creighton while Mrs Phylli.ZIppt'rt'r .- Guests were Timtny, Steven Auburndale are the parents of David Chappel. born Saturdayin
Enro, and Arrow and priced from $5 00 colored and Marcia Durham, Bonnie a daughter horn at 1 36 p.m the Orange Memorial Hospital
slides
Saw, too, a fine selection of swimwear, including cabana on the Country showed of Ecuador Padgett. William Hudson BethBarley Friday In the Winter Haven Ho*- The baby weighed seven Drive into our Bonk.:Cosh your check or
sets by Jsntien and Catalina. which has been the country the Sandy and Robin Tyn- pital.) The ba y weighed in at pounds and eleven ounce The make your deposit. Drive out! It's-as
Been anxloua to get our summer annuals planted and Auxiliary has studied throughthe dal. Sharon and Susan Crumley, eight pound and five ounce.. grandparents are Mr. and Mrs thou
Don't
as bother
walked into DOTY FARM AND GARDEN SUPPLY at Just the This Is to Susan Ellis Margaret Lobman Edd: Allaopp of Winter Haven easy with those
right time! Their trays of annuals (that normally sell fur 68c> year.the member study on our foreign enlighten . and Bryan Bailey A son was born at 12'IS p.m. aDd Mr and Mrs David Gad, oorking problems those long banking
are only 49c a tray this week! And what a choice! Noticed relations with other coun Cake ice cream punch nuts Friday In the Ideal hospital to brod of New York City lines Bank with us . the easier more
Amsranthus, Balsam, Celosia, Cleome Coleus, Dahlias Marl. and mints were served by Ka Mr. and Mrs W. J. Turner of
golds Portulaca, Salvia, Torenla and Zinnia, among others. tries ren' mother Auburndale The babv weight Judo and Mrs. Canter St- convenient way.Serving .
was recorded st s>hf.**. have a new grandson,
The salesmen are lwa>. so gracious about giving planting six pound .
'tips'. such as which plants require full sun, which prefer Jusl in lime for seven and a half ounces William 9tfMMoa Land You for . .
shade etc. We've also learned (the hard way! ) that proper use born at 2 II tINs afternoon in
of pesticide is frequently the difference between success and Mr. and Mrs. WHUam 1I"4f.| WeUbedm Germany The
failure and these good gentlemen are happy to advise ) ou in GRADUATIONCold 1i. are announcing the arrival of proud parents are Caps a dMrs. _1 i I 28 Years!
the proper use and type of pesticide for your particular problem a seven pound sewn and a half Pew A. Land Mrs Land
Drove home through LAKEWOOD John G Wood' beautiful ounce daughter at s 1 tam l is the former Mm Elisabeth

community on the eat shore of lake Otis, and looked through Wave Friday. in the ewaasnunity bospital Stcohcnaon of WiMer Haven MODIRN\
the exceptionally lovely Better Home and Garden Kilitors' '

Choice has home.It been. furnished by Jordan Msrsh of Orlando The 'Includes Shampoo Haircut and, $ 5 0 0 \ J:M A outs p m was la the bona steal Saturday hospital at ltoV$(lHiLD HINTS
to Mr. sad
Spanish gold acrikra carpet that you link into as you enter the Set . . . . . Mrs. Franklin II.
foyer sets the mood for the entire house . graciousness spaciousness Kelly The baby' tipped the lit reeve asaeJl hits of shell PE02f
and light) The furnishings are basically early American wales at eight' twMd. fifteen from amid sate, put the nut S1 LJ
combined with Design for Living to add sophlttlcatwn. Operators and a half SWDCM.Mr. to a belief woear The shills t fu
and Mrs. Dsvld w. ASM to H. Is .
The home I la running over with features any noonmakerwould M. C 4Uns *
HELtN PEltRy LA Hall ALLiN of Maine
love (go lee tor yourselves i but among the thirds that City are recvntK .
MARY LOU TACMTT concratuUUasM I'" ee bet water the
on be Myth over garnc -
Impressed me most were the distinct separation of the
casual, and sleeping areas, the downstairs powder room formal attractively of a seven pound, ten Mrf ( h<. w hi4 t_ skin eosa MfMIEK FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE COHfOHATtON

combined with the laundry beautifully arranged kitchen POWDER PUFF BEAUTY SALON half U M ounce daughter bora at elf easily A JW* Piive Ow Hem-Oele IM. . .
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with built-in Hotpoint Appliances 3 separate patios, the J foot yesterday ,n the kcal >
hospital Mix final amoin': if kn
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possibilities-, storage fa!'" one smurr ..... sM..s IIJ-J.oa Mr. and Mra. Feed 'DIOpf chug amt\ pickle it' i ich for a Cer tote Lead Cinctf Fees Prod Perti l let te leak
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Arm Graft .
Hear Altlt. . .

Lost 2 Davs-While Quantities LestCLEARANCESALE


Be SuccessfulYONKERS Outraged !



Abigail Van> ltaren

N. V. (I'PI)--A hours through the early morn- I I
ong pulse was evident" todav
ing Sunday to restore the right -
the grafted arm of an 18- arm of Avid Lambert, Yonkers DEAR ABBY, When I read all those letters DEAR ABBY It's hard to bcio\o! !that thereare
r-old boy who may not have It had been completely from readers stating that te people m the world as cruel and bloated
aware the limb was sev- ripped from its socket by the say that the bus driver youMoppped: and as those who wrote to say that; e'S: driver
ed by a speeding train. train as the youth fled from tried to help the dog he hit. I couldn't beltae should not have stopped but gone right on after
Doctors worked six and a half police. my eyes Then WI And out there is a LAW In having hit a dog what harm could come to the !
Authorities at Yonkers General Indiana which prohibits a school bus driver from children If he pulled off the highway onto the :
stopping on the highway even if he hits an animal ahouMer of the road1 I am sure u he put te\'era!
Utah Teachers, Hospital said there WM a : what if he hits a chad? He would have to of the older children In charge of the younger
strong wrist pulse In the arm and told I them all to the
Dtfto then wouldn't he Or would he lust 0o ones stay Inside bus,
5 and Lambert was responding right o0. and report the Incident only after having not one of tht"ITI'OU1d have disobeyed Children STYROFOAM
well. The boy was retained on delivered his bus load of children to their have a greater compassion and hive for animals
the critical list because of the dMttnatbna No wonder there is so much j Inhumanity than moat adults SUN HELMET
Take Vacation severity of the accident. today! I don't care what the LAW
Mrs Rotwrt Huntley, assistant says, Ate don't you back down one Inch You C GRANDMOTHER OF NINE Lail ra.aa N t..r.wan.111
night supervisor, Mid "I were right: and the whole State of Indiana is / .r.N..+
don't believe he Is aware that wrong to let a law like that stay on IU books r11 N/Y U.N s.bhind.
Over SalariesBy the .
si arm was severed.
Doctors did not tell the youth NOT FROM INDIANA DEAR ABBY: To the person who said it was"dangerous" Sale Prices Good Thru Wednesday Iz, 596
t Sunday his arm had been to slop and gt\e aid to an Injured Value
animal may 1 say that I once carried
wrenched from his body. middle:::; S
JAMES. B\PIS whose back had been broken, from the WYL.IL;
Lambert _I_ I11a _ __
United Press International was conscious butts DEAR ABBY: I have never before writtento of the rood while others stood on the sidelines '
shock when brought to the hospital a columnist but I cannot sleep unless and did nothing? The injured dog licked my
SALT LAKE CITY UPI newspaper
( ) alter the accident Satur- I write this letter How could anyone answerto hand in gratitude, and the expression In his eyes
Utah's school system. embroiled day night Mia arm waa rushed his own conscience if he hits a poor defenseless will\ remain with me until I die BOBBY PINS
In a seven year contra there by police In a cardboardbox. dog and doesn't stop to see l if the dog ls
Sony over teacher salaries, It had been knocked 40 dead or alive or to give him some aid' An injured E. L. J FROM LA JOLLA 4-PR. METAL
was in a chaotic condition to feet In the air by a New York dog on the highway would surely be "struck ,..k... .f 61--Meek, bns's. c

day.When Central Railroad train Just pullIng again and again by oncoming vehicles if not removed 1 e ... .t.bb.t.gtp4 bibby 9 SHOE RACK
the classroom belli In to the Greystone station 1w' pain just as humans do, If .: .
rang some students were expected here. this is the perhaps we can I look forward to DEAR ABBY: Regarding the Incident; Involving ,1 n. N.M. 1d p Sts 1M
to be on hand for greetings Police said the accident followed future laws which will not only disregard the a school bus driver in Kokomo, Indiana, limit I ails! MUM I*. w.4. IaelTABLECLOTH ,,. N 5..1 esp.
feelings of animals but people 'hooey on who failed to stop after hitting a dog: Please be -
from "volunteer" teachers a boisterous outdoor progre! advised that In California this comtltutei: a hit [j "' Compare 6
Most of the slate's 11.000 teach party In a wooded area near run offense and is liable to prosecution under the '
era were scheduled for a two the station. Officers had been DISGUSTED WITH PEOPLE Hit-Run Law, This
day 'recess" summoned by neighbors" who

The leathers were ordered to complained the teen-agers were II. G. IN SAN FRANCISCO 1 _
C e e e /J14/f:
strike by the Utah Education making too much noise.

Association (UEA) in protest Spotting the police,the youngsters DEAR ABBY: checked and you were rlnht: e e
against Gov. George D. Clyde'i fled. Lambert ran across Is I IS against the law in Indiana for a school
refusal to call the legislature the station and the train roaredIn bus driver to stop on the highway if he hits an Pch.ft .f t "1..111.
into special session The I'EA and brushed by him- animal! The laws of various stales are often confusing Get It off your chest. For a personal' unpublished rLisle. table .1.,"._ 3 3 C STEP

planned a mass meeting for wrenching. arm from itssocket. For example I was driving through' a reply, write to ABBY, Box 6S700 1 .Lees $.- .. a 14-ln. .1.! .
section posted "RANGE AREA-WATCH .01LIVESTOCK" \ Los .I'rdw. STOOL
teachers Tuesday to decide Angeles, Calif 90069. Enclose a stamped I Ii55e4
and a cow wandered out In front
self-addressed envelope ILI""t 5 a/M m'ms Ito, w.... I/Ml C
their future course of action of me I hit her broadside My car was badly -- - r at ,n tot arkl 1
The UEA's action which damaged and I was lucky I wasn't killed I S55 'U\. J tae sM .1511 1 err
came during the weekend on a Jobs CutWASHINGTON saw a lawyer expecting to recover damages for red ahr ssaarl an.5,
vote of 231 to 7 by its houseof my car After all, I was on the highway where For Abby's booklet, "How To Have A Lovely il' or>Et'14nP1I Pf/ '
delegates, created wide- I was supposed to be and the cow had no business Wedding," send 50 cents to Abby, Box 68700 ,gl 15 49
(UPI--Presl- there 1 found out that I not only couldn't Los Angeles Calif 90069. Value
spread confusion for the state's dent Johnson has cut 8,668 jobs collect a dime but I was being sued by the BRILLO PADS
274,500 students and their par off the fedt>employment ceilings farmer for the loss of his cow 1
ents. News media were besieged he had set for the end of CLAUDE IN WENATCHEE. WASHINGTON MWeht. lyndl.t., Inc .1064 1 d

with telephone calls the current fiscal year on
asking whether schools wouldbe June 20.The ox of 10 loop podi

opened or closed White House said Sun rest rctlttor.COMPAII 22Cwith

It took several hours for officials day that the cutback, coupled Northern Southern Baptists THIS ruci GARDENHOSE

In the atate's 40 school with a reduction of 6,526 jobs a (limit I .iM MM* thru' IW.4.. S/NI
districts to make up their announced on March 9, means - ,
minds. As a result many students that 15,191 federal positions will
prepared for a "holiday" be Johnson's January N M e Se... 'rd ,
lopped off Begin Conventions This Week .sects sne e5.Me
with parental approval budget estimated of 2,512- Talcum' rsr"..: 34<< 11... .nor tWI tie Sit
In an emergency Sunday ses 400 civilian employee at the end POND'S hwd."a': \ t.IlreY..n1W
I Mon the Utah School Board Associatton of the fiscal year.
agreed with state ATLANTIC CITY N. J.UPI) God's word that answers to the The Rev. C. Penrosa" 01. d S6 366

school Supt. T. II Bell that the der 15 minutes before midnight A big week In Baptist history, slmplesls of bible questions' Amsnt of New Orleans called ,..M Value
would, If published" make ac for Bible and an H-ir I s.vs.Creom .. ..
.n open open h.
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certain to differences
take" BOO teachers the 1
I district boards were "to to keep t, on point up SCORE .... -
amazing contribution toAmerlcan mind" and the Rev. John D
all necessary preparations" to job. A similar order was ob- within the faith, opened here uTrt ?.
humor," said the Rev. Robert Lalda of Clarksville, Tenn .
open the schools They also dis tained earlier by Box Elder today.
G. Lee' of Memphis Tenn. urged "free discussion"biblical -
ensued the possibility of breach County which has 387 teachers Advance meetings were heldIn
crf.centractaction 'lalfairllb.thol A UK:A spokesmen promptly; connection" with the Am.,-- Interpretation, adding hat HEAD & SHAMPOO '<

teachers or an' Injunctive measure called the action "an advised can Northern Baptist' Convention Quotes From some controversy... can l>e con SHOULDERS 'SU:"'. "M 43'iNOXZEMA RID-X

to force teachers to reportto attempt to Interfere" with the which beglnto! tonight, and of the
!Stasaen t president
the Southern Baptist Convention"
work strike. The News
which American convention was to ItsIt IC.us. a,'. 'keyl
Atty. Gen. A. Pratt Kessler The UEA's 'recess": call opens Tuesday address Us opening session to- H mall, tans en1 ...,
Both will meet In Atlantic 54'
;reported no legal action was came three days after the governor groups (Reg. U.8. Pat Off.) nlghi An attendance of 10,000was / ae ugYal.l/rf Rrruu1U
planned "at the present time refused to call the legislative City's famous Convention By United Press International anticipated, while 15,000 t L'.I.' II ti, Ida (l ae
but the will be
Hall
on the state level" But late session in spite of a recommendation meetings CAIRO Soviet Premier Ml- were expected to attend the '
Sunday night there was a flurry by his special separate and, If theirprogramsare kita S. Khrushchev apparently southern convention Reg. 886

', of legal maneuvering by Individual school study committee. Clyde any In Indication flavor. vastly different Implying to United Arab Re. Both conventions will run ANACIN lettleef 10'87e' 1.19

districts based hi* action in part on The Southern public President Gsmsl Abdel until Friday when a Baptist Ml. I
': Salt Lake County's Granite the fact that state income Is far the convention" by Nasser that more foreign a i d Jubilee celebration\ opens The S 1
District the largest In the running about $4 million in the Bapu.tl'larll"lt."HrI'd !
clear of controversial social: may depend on Egypt's political celebration, sponsored by seven j
.state-obtained a retraining or- red matt.nln preparing Its agenda.Bui I course"I Rsptlsl conventions aniconferences FASTEETH t55T43''<
: the American" convention don't hesitate to tell you expected lodraw n..l'- f

decided: to tackl.civil rights and we prefer to aid countries that Iy 40,000 Baptists iron
BANK NOTES by Malcolm other hot Issues through discus are marching to socialism./ throughout the nation\ UTILITY

alons, resolutions and suchspeakers Tooth -
Ilo SuPPtv IMC MOW THAN4,000,000,004040 as Sen. Hubert H. KINGS POINT, N Y. -Sen CREST liaSimoniz ; N 3 6ehit. TUB

DID YOU KNOW (14( TRIlllOM) NOW 0 JP SV CMBCK ANNUAUV Humphrey, D-Mlnn., leader of Hubert Humphrey, D-Mlnn., Attend Church IYe Net. R r/ dteelut.
N IMC UNI1BP TMW,BAMKS HtSO X) KfiPOMl'AaOUT the Senate civil rights forces, Senate floor manager for the 15 .1'S taN11,
43 SIUION IN VAULT CASH oPAKT the Rev. Ralph D. Abet.! ..thy, civil rights bill, discussing the
EcoiclasT I. YNacwsce a IARw6sallw WASHINGTON (upr)--presi- gt *<<
outspoken opposition to the bill
a Negro Int'lntlool"ldpr from ;K.vVV
_... it ..."IiS600QIQ OF THIS IFNCmUCY I5 PUt TO THC Atlanta and former Minnesota" of Alabama Gov George C. dent and Mra. Johnson, secom- VISTA I.2g 596Yalu.
UUKR CIMMMCTM ON it.b11 Of THtCHfCK .
(I?n,1 U
( l lpf1 (K1(1(J i tOO .THIVAfli PMNTEP IM MA6NSTIC INK.'Oft Gov. Harold Stassen. Wallace: panted by their daughter Lynda BM*
HANDLING ON tlCCTIIOMIC MAGI ua6 Th. Rev. Martin Luther King, "He has been reckless Irresponsible Byrd, 20 attended services 1ii

..{_e m l' l I )O A 4YSTSM PiNllOMC)SV THI AMERICAN Ir, also will appear" before the malicious and perverse fttndsy at St. Mark' tplsrnpal SPINNING LAWN SPRINKLER
[tS4 ANKERS AMOCIATKM AigD SOW ueEC ON ." Church on Capitol Hill
American convention to I.ad. I
}' wtARlv > PsR rtNT C* Au US CMEClrt AMP worship service in his role asa When the presidential family 1'eI' '.......-,1._..,,. .ewe
er 5(008 ro7FN tcrREau true+ResuRtiiNG Baptist minister.RMloutlons NEW YORK Twelve returned to the While House following -" ...1efO-ft1l eI'' -. Mkti U C
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year Ig
the 11 a.m, tDl serv pesd 'If -f La. ..,le..g.wkn / 58
j- concerning civil old Dominick Tuccl, when lees, several down tourists .),rf p11th.. .M4-.e iis.re Milt LAWN
j rights may be offered In the asked If he was afraid at anytime price.
southern convention, though during the 11 days he hid were standing at the gale RAKE
many members would prefer to la the World'Fair by free.loading Johnson waved to (hem ax his

avoid the subject.: The Rev. K. and alrplnlllhta In ,car round.entered. the White /Home SUPERLECTRIC OSCILLATING FANSuperiecfrk Ar'-' ..,".,. t..4 .I's 55IY
'u a IMe-/VII
Owen White of Houston, Texas, pavilions"There's: I.? $54V ....e.4.Mr.r
t.. 'oOlu v. ;"h.O:; A, '"I convention president ssya It nothing to be larq ,
aMOIMiOFMONavIljeqE.lR'if r would probably be"neither wlae afraid of The fair! Is crawling UNDER DA8IIBOARD scliletle9 f e s ,.
IY 151M 'IS ,&p<\..,,." ,A' 'norCell I nor possible" to deal with civil with cops." PONCA CITY. Okla. UPI) breeze fer .large re 12.111'1488 5 Compare 696(
OFAa0UI 10 PH: hI"Y5AIt. Phi. Price
U rights on the convention floor.
.WMO4 MSANO '0A' f'y A boat overturned oa East 1",5 lint
1'110 oils 4NNIlAt CWK" Ac1WNOVER Whit says civil rights Is LOS ANGELES Sen Bar Lake Sunday, dumping the c 1
WILl wAvE s..t .k. v chiefly a matter for local ry M. Goldwster in a speech E Uibojacky family Into I k c

tOt6 tRIUi0NREvk', *.". churches, which are autonomous criticizing the United Nations: water A IOn, Stephen I, disappeared ELECTRIC SHOE BUFFER
IV 0.n 1 L/000I/ r"F. and therefore not bound
"So long ss w. treat the U.N, .
I by any policy of the convention. as a sacred sew immutableand / I.,... enk's. etmNkLtJ ,
But a publication of Maryland untouchable, It will continue I[ ,..... tbN peth..e-ee.Ilees she 99 POWERMOWER
Baptists, who art hosting the The brief stricken parents >H \\M\4n\ km eoo4 ......... 4
to fall short of its oal.
convention suggested recentlythat waited on shore while firemen aster--.>ple l et I' n. (l.nerke. ;
iI1 Mw A., tr the convention each prepared to drag the lake ... 11I'.1.'
/ urge SALERMO Italy (UPI) But after about IS minutes .
of Its churches to avoid discrimination -
: Lawyers hers today started I
the firemen turned the
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and civil einmi '
support week strike to MAGIC HOSTESS ,. ,
1 rights movement one protest boat upright and there wastephea INI'I I IMAIPIMIIMer /1r M nyidH
against a ruling by a local
safe and sound underthe
k w.ESLYtAL 'eta+lr4L.Y0G.S Controversy la expected to Judge that only two of four dash board where he had Mete. g$
pn aU r eAn5 i vies surround resolutions In both Ned. elnttk. tee 9 36b
WIKan Ilse.sara sasew'Ir conventions calling for closer defense lawyers la a murder hem thrown when the boat cap Mer,.*-...H..w-1' 10" Value
cooperation between! the two. trial could speak la court. 540.4 ._ end ...... ; I

They split shortly before the . . . . . . . . .e. . . . . . tlltl M.
civil war sad still have their .

There Are Many Ways. . differences.Mrs. Esther W. Hymer of the : Let Beneficial put : MAGNETIC SEWING SCISSORS 1

I National' Council of Churches, POWER
toM a section of the American Special pvulwte ee Mess eflmerol C

convention today that no country wwUfl Kltsen with meg 39 MOWER

. to toy Hioak yo., la the world completely sOl<< i@xllcrI setlg He' fer b.rgda art etc FrI N..S r1 1 se.N.
,
IMS womea'akills, energiesor ..
MM Cow'
!but a... of them fully meats capaelOea..

:: t expresses tile appfetlo- Mrs. Hymer. raising Mrector PLASTIC GARBAGE CANe
the council's etore
at
tk.l I feel for
your e'S
center for the UMted National, In your pocket today 5766
Mttrondla support I.\ spoke to the National, Couaetl e $1.. is .... IN"f-4.ry""yIew 29VMGHOUSEAH Value

tile Democratic ,,1-,. of Americas Bapttai W.m... e Get II and get rt Jitf during BeneftciM't Golden Ibnle 1..bie -fMf pees,, ..y I

1, I will working oa bHtttf of mesas bmflada up-.S y good rseton' Remember 0enete" ,e Ut ...... a
.had merit tIN
to It dKBerti t* artttf about tfte one place to call. lot money the QiQutf y(* went

coafideiK you have w..... e ill C'" up or come ,n thu envy "iwvlct e

,"wal.I ..... To r fWtfcer "People wtlMa enmities and SUPERLECTRIC

support .la the ,...,., orgsalsattoaa' of sffeettag carry specific tile respondbtlltr ..-- e BENEFICIAL BREEZE FAN

lectio till foil wild oho uattoee," sbenM-'Tkechurrt 1914 FINANCE SYSTEM 1964; Ier. a..NPke..e SCM.M er wAN -
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Loans to furniture. Car eI e. pew
be appreciated. has .the oppurNasry) threuga IMworhtwMe tI p $600 en or Note .- N.Yerred ,._ .4
outreach M play aa Maw Yn M ... S.MI .M M n.r .M.Nur I,,)
Co Winter Hseene
WINTC HAVEN faeneV fir-en'O of .- ..... .154 ..e.i .Sw- Motrtt
effective role e 316 W Cwv'aAre". ,,-
Blanche Work A pas_'& conference pre C led rxxx PI+.nps 'A.t""r, ,,i Bide CTp"s 32174 C.mp.r. f 88 I 14,gs 88Uit
ceding the calibers eoa-eattoa e U5tLAMfBeanM: I Iv Sri: of I ah 'sede ,
D..wak Ne.iea. bear! reports that too many 210 (.."' l i.i"," Stftet '*.*' c,/ aril O*>'.P MUtuel. Jt05 This Prod b7
cttrijtiaaa devote too little rime I Oats 'IIf'JIGS tf AffOlMTMCHT -fHONI' rot KO'I,.J 1 I

s.,.,,... .4 Ilia"""* 8n 'o reading !their! Bibles. e 1 Iewc Ai ft..c' rIs. I N
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Call. LLKEB TREE SERVICE
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Bargain $11111 Will laulrad.III CY S..W. It-June 10 Move and refrigerator.large Near hoapHal Utllltlea furnlahed SECKEL Realtor
1821 .....
Painting Ira CY 15-18
Papering room. nicely
and finance Set at 1H7 K Lake _
KEEP your .emcma l a touch Deer Drive. .11- 'dIVIfJ:: 34ih) 81. NW CY Aiiociatei Eve. Ph.
with all Ih. Hometowa New by I Repairing inn I..TF UEMTLBMBN Rooma by week W. H. McReynoldi CY 3.3801
.ending him tht Winter Slavic HOUSE CLEANING SWAP SHOPWE RrlaaM*. Sierra Court Motel
lJaU, Newe-Chlef Special rate . Mildew Removal :NINE:iS KFRI Hwy IT North T.TF Helen WhiHey CY 305'05
I month |3.30. Call CY Hill now.Biengle's Call CY .-:JII83 ((9)) Business OpportunityI 'MI """H'.D Wilma M. Hudson CY 3-7522

TF Before I 00 a.m. A after 1. p.m. I. J McCOY . Quality work. I APARTMENTSWinter I.SCDROOM larage apartment.NW Cllne Clary CY 3 11321
.00I li-TF mananiu fait clean and reasonable BELL TRADE residealiel arcs 160 10$ monthpies -
BUY anything Haven i beet anlectloaroonu I
Phone CY l-f&W 11* 4th of value i.OPHER HOLE kitchen equipped electric ""111..... CY J-1J17 17.19 $.
YEAR: OLD MTK Lilt
i An modern flxtunn Will Mil cheap Street Janfhyl Vlllag 1777 SWAP SHOP US Hwy IT EagjeLakl heat garag 211 Ave B. NV' _
Jtwtlry CY 9-857 5-?? U.TF I LAKEFRONT LOTS TRACTS
Aim and "
can Iru( cheap
For Sale Rent
Industrial Electric CY 1-1317 ID-June S I ((12-A) or Follow .algn from Experiment
133 Third Street. IWH __ I II ALUMINUM TWO HOI NFS Station Uke Alfred North Lake
Block South of Peat OOle CAMP TRAILERSCAMP FOB RENT!: Lowery ... Phone 293-01

QulKr Witch ss4 Motor RepairingAnd MOTEL 11 unit. I year old. I I S-bedroom .,.... ....-In porch* FOR SALE OR RENT I Bedroom after I 00 ;m 3-June 1
170000 -- IUUUO down heat Lo- New I room lioue rrf itovAvailable .. unfurnlihed home Rent 170
Screen !.nCIOOII,.. oCarporUAwninga LOVELY -bedroom .
Jewelry Rcf/slr allon In Winter Haven CY M27 June lit Reasonable rent per month Low down paymenta roomy lakeview
.Wlnd w tlcreena hum with .
large .
yard
ITf TRAILERS fur rent or sale Call CY 3-I6TI 1-11 take over paymenta 101 Ralph
Rewinding --- .Building. BpaeIaltiesALUMINUM Supply limited Reserve you 11-18 81 Auburndale. 293-4910 morningi FAMILY HOME. 4-bedroom .
3 tile bath .
dale Johnson Appllanca nicely landacaped
17.May 17 Phone STATION orMtATOH DISCOUNT BALES (,"0. INC. Highway now 17. Lake Alfred 171-1139 I BEDROOM unf how for 17Beaaley before II and after I :30 p.m.1J-TF Clone to ihopplng and achoola.

Must be bondable. |Juo OU M 54-100 Let George Do It" 17-June 17 I Realty Co '34 Ith Bt. Both m ilt good neighborhood
aah required MUll furnlah referncei Ave A *. Mil 81. SW M3-&M4 NW. CY J-3T57 PtitMODERN : FOR SALE!: or RENT t bedroom ATKINS : ESTATE, 130 Ava:
ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS 372-1897 Writ Box A-1417 '* New- 21.May :21 ------- Fla. room 2713 Ave J, NW. E 8E CY 4-1111 17-June 11

Meeting- Tueiday 814-147 -5:15: P.M. Chief 7-:XI WHEEL CHAIRS .....droom duplex. Stove Phone CY 1-2601 -.11(12C -

County Health Department FOR I.EASK Traaco Service TELEVISION REPAIRS In and 166 W refrigerator monthly 281 Garage Ave D Cloe 8F A Wonderful
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Station, BUS 3rd Si SW CY M674tTF WHEEL CHAIRS for rent AltoHoapltal CY ...\11I. 1-Tr ( ) Mortgage Loans
((2)) Help' Wanted ((6-A) Animals & Supplies Beda. Crutchei. Walk ------- B
CALL. JORDAN 8 TV era Commodea (dodlrey Rental II 3 BkDROOM unfurnlnhed horn ( Place To Uve /
BFA8LE
IW .
W3BSW NW 14-T Kitchen equipped -
CY 3-2411 17S Ave A. - -- --
Articles! For S.le For the Faateet TV ServiceIn REALTY CO. 13. 'th St. NW. CY
(10))
BOXER: Stud Service
-- 3717 35-T
I FORMER MARINES. receive Rexluti-red l.wlI. The South cr'.... Oardeai Area

four ((4) days pay each month l._ whiteCYil aTF-- 8 a. H Ureen Stamp 1TF VACUUM CLEANERS 1 BEDROOM home Northwu Mortgage Money Between
I lakea
-- --- - -- ... month CY Horn hao antluu -
NEW double Oeaaer and .tlo" HW per
mirror
for weekend drill -- ,
one Regular &tIAMF.slc brick front I bedroomi. 2
; I. : MTTICP1S.: Slightly marred M4 ftu. BATE i-1904. IM Costs Are Different
credit toward retirement AKC : Ik batha. .. room kitchen with
plus MloiatwJq4leh.4-5rogi MV4 LarnpM .....*. drawer la StRVICE for KlrbrHoover .
PLASTERING DARTS A
Woully Muukfarruta J Ilihe bullt-lne. Iota of cabinet. t largo
added gaining of two )&oOhiya blea dinetl*** tho power "' Mi ahVBIrdiMALE /. .1.1"I.h. : Wamhouaau"iuaitun' I.I: 63 i tree fckctrolux delwau and and ut (112)) For Rent Furn. I . If your 'home'guilf- cloa ta. twrauo floor, sliding'

IS week lummer-cimp in.Califor Full IMx of 1 m and aquerwnilupplira. lilt Bt, M*. 14-30: matea pIckuB. . REYVOIDS VA nil in Auguit Call 13 -1111. DOrY FARM a> OARDRNSUPPLY --- -- HAM>-KOTJo: MARUI.Ii-KOTE. In CLEANER SERVICE . PhonCY I55ee. Owner Iraniferred
2M lib '1.. BW 3 3-l7JO PENMEN PLANTNIt lerlur and enterlor planter for 3-033 4-June 2 InUreit rite loin with out of Hale Wanta quick sale

S Tampa, for detalli. _15-1 Pat l>eiPortulaca new constructIon and repair work< Lakefront. cottar completely: bed-funlihed out i-n.y Service charge fur only 131000 Terma If d..!red.
kitchen
room
Living
June $4WAlTREOSwanlni'jivnChib H R BROWN
POODLE 1500' PUPPY Agaratum SlanlaaMarlnold bath, air conditioned Located why. thouldn't you bcne
I'fIII1.d
( Y MM
.lJlt: Ctmaaomb lalvla.i .
and MARINE SUPPLIES Beasley Co.
;; CLIP, MIM1S PINKPOODLE 7TF on Bait aide of Lake Howard fit from the living Realty
I
SHAW at I'I\""* behind (I AUroc.ry.
SALON, Phone lt3-l76R. Central Avenue Walking
15-.1 : i 13-11 near and "4 Mk SI. NW CY: lmiWO
1031 lib Bt SW. for appolnlment 17.TF dlalance to town Adulta only more more people

BLACK-
LADIESAre ered For Information call 2M-MOT unllorma Not |>...-.,..aaged. See I 40K Dlacount on all lurn......... I. WAve Courteous morlgiie icrvicti you Into thli 2 bedroom. 1 bath with
Her I 08 p m 15-11 I what you buy All alaei and color accenaurle while thc laat no obligation Florida mom block bom. Call
(I 00 per lull lift Artana AvaAuburndkle for mail rrpali Julio call r<'- FLORIDA WHOLESAI. O. NW Duple I bedroom CHUCK B FROMKE
you In need of more VON SALE Slameae kitten. le Arroa: fruit Contlnen tired I DISTRIBUTORS INC lurnlahed air conditioned ITS UK SCHOENTHALER CO JM-813J
Serve neighbors male. 1600. Phone CY 1-7161 aft Sal Can Co 11.TF builderCY 1-3470 3IK Hav,.ntlalf lll\d :ltJ.7tao I TOWN COUNTRY: Nile. 4 Hk- nda. 21..11. 1H
money your --- -- - WATSON Realtor
.r I.111 p.m. 1711 17-11 14-Junc 14 EDNA MORTGAGE CORP
fJ during convenient houri it an I ..
BI.ACKIYE Peaa now You plrk 121 Mk l. NW CY .U. -277 MlgnoUi- Nothing To Do
AVON RepreientiUve 1 50 buihel W* pIck and .hell
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((7)) To Buy Or Trade :335 biiahel, 1 Jullen. Uurranrarm 17-11 CY 3UUIU..UIUIO"
I
Write P.O. Box 1395 or m mile. West of Bowling Just move in, house and yardin

1I..n. Yale R4 off County Un, ((10)I ) Articles For Sale ((10)) Articles For Sale UkDROOM apartment Ground excellent condition property I

j. Call 682-4137 Lakeland WE: BUY and uaed w*appliance eel) toad. appllanr-and furniture Rd.-Phone-FR--5-ttMI- .- -ll-M: I.r 806 Ave U Ma: 17.T. ,", D has been well kept over period .

.I and furniture Brooke Appllancei 7 PC Blond Hay wood Wakrflek MODERN I room duple Nice of I yeiri Two bedrooms tile
IT.It a.. Furniture. 251 Havendal Blvd I ROOMS ..I floe turnltun- Include. ELECTRIC mit.r. '. HI 1.40. 15 located town I
dining pet drop leaf table alit'' conveniently bath
t-TF 4 l>c it-ctlonal. and tables. coffm. 4 p1 cern-c itlmal rvlrlgeralorrange tire and wheel 3 rear \'I..w I mlrrora lake yard Adult.. Ml Ave B NW. 1.TFEFFIC1KNCY ((13)) Real Estate For Sale! with kitchen equipment
- able corner table mirror and 22 plci. In all Tak net of golf club plu odd cluba. II and part of other furniture in

I; WA- ;ED Clean Up . Man. 8..eEd WANTED TO ..BUY good aturdyuied amp. Bar with morale Soil club over pa I >month'ment> old MM Warrbuua|H>r week Lei Furniture riberglaaa. boat 40 IIP motor CYssirs. let Flour furnlahedOutatde eluded A beautiful corner lot
or Johnny PINIKNH.YOLD8MOBILE boy. 21 bicycle Tele"hun. a.. bag CY S-4M2 after t 00 p.mMap than NWNBEU rntranct I roomi bat
I 401 Ith 'BL. SW CY CY 1-1707 14-TF 15.15 lairs 52 Ith lit. 14-35 -- --- window fan All olectrtc uttWle Hot Deals 71 x ISO, convenient to Lake
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""11. 17.21 -- I X I Plywood piayh.u.Neil. furnlahed It4 Ave A. BE CY 3- Shipp Heights I elementary
FOR a'-i.E !. dining ;bj.II" : -- urn* roaalra! |(M do Call t'Y ..*.73 ftII7. i**: > school!
:' ((8)) Automotive I ..... and ped Coat now "- ..111It Tift"' ? ar CY M71I 14-TF Price $10000, preient
YOUNG MEN, fulfill your military wild title werk will lake I1POUO SPECIAL PMCM on all ***e* III --- FURN18HaD" I room duNce ON mortgage shout $3400, pI,-
AIIIO Imiwrial. WIA41 Frlgldalreaeher . Adulti. No pota E cellent' neighborhood '
obligation with only Us like new. 1150 Ml Oomi "BLAYLOCK OULF wsRVtrb3U FOR EASY; QUICK CARPET CY I-4HU or CY MoV menu $...47 Including taxes

E months active duty Return for PFFDOMETER: Tachometer north June lit Can be aeen at 11Itevenaon thft NW inu rentpoatr Electric Sham 17-TF and Insurance New purchaser
Complete eerrlce and new cable Rd SK Harden drover Only 11purckaa on ber day with
service with" your local Marine I. a. J Servlc 115 5lh St 8W call 2I3-742I. 15-11 ---S.TF- *- of BLUE MJtTRC: JOHN BEDROOM apartmonl on lake Cool HomesCall cm refinance, or these folkS I
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{'Y 4 4:1&: l. 1 -- MOO'" month 'Including utllltle.lerra will
Reserve unit Call 8381911 -TF -- BOLAKT SIADWAL;, i -ioC'UbA. a consider modern mobile :
---- - -- Court Motel Hwy IT North
FOR FAMOUS KNAPP "OI'BCall tilt 3 A La. Rantitpulanca reesadlelaned John G Wood & home
AIIOC In
Tampa, for detail 1M3 CHEVROLET "t ton pi. k up *. air ceadMlonart. and 7-T" trade. We will be I
June 30 dump nb. Stall and .pvi haM. TUCK HARRISON 1 1I..I.lolI Eaay Tarma SKIJ-PKOV'BLLXD power mower Inc for details on thcie ill pleated to show you this fine I
lIonS .nelillo. 151111 00 with Sri toe.Iv CY I-1W7 1IJIWORTH AFTLIANCUB MO aid power edger. linen. 2tMSIO. 18 ft Itouae Trailer. electric and new, ill cool hornet In GAR property.GLENNDGERKE.
34473 or CY H710 1.1 TF U-May 3rd BI. 1'1\\' IS-May :29 la-ll water furatohed. 110.00 per week :
--- - - ----- CY -IIIJI.: tt-ll DEN GROVE Just I hill
WOMAN with car to make houa to OUR Ml LARGE: Ilgwlad. electric fan S fthigh --- mile East of Cypren Girdent
bouae .u".., Morning* only I 1000 Haralw orange tree on lemon .M" wM modal III ill volt rURNWHCD or UNFURNISHED
J Bug 433. a-lolee. Fla I-II EFnCIBNCin: and It, BEDROOMS
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Like new ...00. -41. IMtLEAVINd Realtor
rootRICHARD Nice large airy room PHONE 2932517NEW
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CLARK -
SI CHEVROLET SALES FAIR Barlow Conveniently located In Old postal AIMC, Jmet Cbadwick
Phone US-Kit ,
Senior SecretariesTwo 17-1t STATE: h.1 neil all Building Call CY SIIIIIor CY I
-Tr \
Refliald
MII7 Baker
- -- noueetorld fumlahmga Auburndale 3-bedroom brick hem. 2

FOR BALK . I wheel" Aualllary WO I.... 11-20: FOR RENT .In Lakeland I bedroom bath PrICe 111. Ml 3034 Leisure lot Sob St., NW CY 3-4271
of tb* lop arcretarlal poeltlon TODAY'S SPECIAL trailer 4 a 7' SireS floor E:*. - --- furnished borne IM month Delve Call CY ...... lbilS II.Z0.2
( In this are are available Immedlatrly relleat condition 1135 114 South CV :1601I.: -15- -- -- _
juallflcatlona Include ro....... Ith St DundM IS-W: BEDROOM t bam '
Hole eiperlencr better than average __ __ ICE ckan furnlehed larage apartment room bultt-Ui. liE C'u'brtck .
jjiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiir.I
education and auperlor aecretarlal PtJIY RUBBI0 Any sloe Ideal for OM or couple name. Beautifully laadacaped
akllla Thom premium poaWtlona or :: DIICOUNT IHICl PRINTERS Also clean furnlehed ..fflcimeapartrneet Haa city water and sewer but laoatalde
available o:1r.ocH.': mere bliNDs TRIM SHOP Ml Ave Excellent neighborhood city No city .....1 School I Lakefront |
tarW and will I ... reaponalblllli '1NW rY Hilt STy oee-ln.. Call after I JO p m CYJWM bua ..."te. to all achoola n front
%tarlatr premium aal- . 8eCOMMUCI >..TrN dose law Down 11700 month
full rang benefit: programand I ___ - C"Y ..1..... IT" E 2 bedroom 2 bath
an unexcelled working condtarlea --I HtI'OIlhF.II"tD: : EAULE LAKE l-bedroom block E Large living room with Ss
1101Yo>IIr reply will ... held Inc Automatic. Slg. Sag Hewing machine houae 113OU weekly Water fur- FOR SALE C8T .bedroom fireplace ind heatolatorE E
iii .,implet confidence Submit reaume IM4 model with pattern dleki for nicheS Inquire I Crystal Beach Pavl- home Lakeland Term arranged -
It Personnel Manager. P.O. Box factstitches.. Sew on bljtSt.no iNousnrOOYIXNMINT ..n OY :S-JHOI la-la II y owner CY frJWt .it.Owaer Dining room-Modern Ut EE
ills Barlow ".. 17-It rnakn button In.lee Doea ev".. -- - ------- -- Chen IS x 20' Florida
11// thing Sold for 1131 00. now only Il 1I U* Tth 81 SW 1 bedroom parity' T."I\I'UatD;
J I MEN ..1.. route Part time ")mrnla of 1700 r..... tall 4Y furniShed: houae IM TOWN a mon poll a-bedroom IV, E room Terrazzo floorS
Start 1300 hour. Call CY 1-1011O. 1-4M4 tS-1I WINTRY tfEAL: EflTATK CY lath central beat and air <'oedll..... E with win to wall carpetIng =
Stock Ne. 244 1-1141. 1TH lag Open beamed cellingin
living
III.TF
UO a m to I 00 a
---- -'- ,; t: Portable di.itwaehr| M and room, paneled entrance 'hall and : in living room and E
WANTED Manager trainee. Ag.1& a tl K dehumtdlflT |M for ulrHI7 tF"CIENI'Y apartnwnt air COBdltloned la. room Rotlietrle... ,included : dining room. Central heat E
tc 35 Muet have car and moot ... Brand NewIMPALA : 14-11 TV"... North' Oate II in 00 monthly Pal Make offer
high achonl, graduate. Contact Union .nd beach OrbIt Molel *M ti an equity 2M-41U 17-jj : and air conditioning
Flnancu Company 17-III RUBBER STAMPS For check. It NW 'YlSSTI ITI'i.BEDROOM - -- -. _- E Can be converted to 3 E

endoraimoal tgnatura fiintum .. '. I bedroom with little E
TEt.EPHONE aolk-ltora femaleI other purpoaee alto datingtarapa very
houre per day. II.25 per hour CONVERTIBLEWhite *eal 1. pocket .m Lake Silver Drive "CY,""'.rt-"t'l. INWOOD added esprnie E
Age 31 to 50 MUll b* dependableApply PRESS Phone CY MS 00 a month Can
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III NW led 81 Frld..sulId. Av A NWTV- "Y -IIIIO I Mede.n 1 b..rni C. This lovely home sits onE =

( ., I 00 a.m.-1 00 p m 15-11 I cyl.. tinted windthield. padded dash PG, IgnTAve A. NW Near downtown J home alcott new ,.. c. a well landscaped IM ft
TV III 00 and up liar and 1t."I. bedroom houae 75. TOWN a. M.KjO w.tx anry" ItOO M Scot.
PS brakti wheel whitewelli. bumper Vegetable y roes Antique COUNTRY! REAL BBTATE CY a... 54555 p.r mintS toqeahipel i lakefront lot and look atE E
((5)) House Trailers power coven, flat ...... $100 oadI.. Ib Air :3-1141 IT-II Seyet j the eitrai Underground E
""'1'reeaor. 1,1 HP l.clrle'' mo- -
guerdi, puihbutfonridio tore doora and wlndowi cheap (10-A) Boats & Motors 1 ROOMS- acriened, perch furalahedcottac RIFLE RANGE ROAD I :E irrigation System deep E

meal dicer' aad MOo04'IWNER for ...1.... Very reaaoa- well nod beach 7J i!
RENTNew -
;
TRAIl ERS FOR SALE OR I
: HOLESWAP : able las and ehwtrlc city CViarla. Modern 2 bedrOom donawitN
or Void Avery Trailer 1 I SHOP See Moarae. acraa tnm water ILPABaTI'Se I i ft fishing pier boat E
I ..11. 1.00 Hit'."d.I.. : W2'7a\TF .p....GroupS319400 t' B.7 Eagle Lake N4 FLARE Dulpkin "" elel\ 11 ft tank. Paveaport fla. 15-11 room aed. PLOIt'OA E shelter Beach DOUM E
wTnIIOODO
17'II leagtk H la beam iu t"mlaedinterior _ ___ Med .t city M100
C X C - Vinyl leak n.wring clrculatlag FURNWHED: raaaa ........... aowfi *..d $4500 a.' E with water ind electricity.
1"IPICK AND BJUNU 1FAINER \>N- . live ball .).I.m NoaXiM - :Near Thrlflway lad beachBenarale manlM le auai. '**) buyer = and shower for of
UM Sbathen
(S-A) Moving & Storage : Blaalnreel Peaa. aWa b IH- Icr thnt and ..1_ -- Etches privit.ea
flit; .C.kPeao.$1IIIlI.. Ian akeran wella.. dry .t.>ra.' com Parking US Ave J NW SnGENE = AU this for Es

(-.I .if Cm.". ....* M at .... part_ Porto-Joka i.>p k boot 'T I-U''t S-TI' *n.500. Shown by appoint EE
,u'ron.,; >'U .Zltt7.1.. .M*. C'IIftal"lrt...* t ftrtl -- --
IMPERIAL MOVINO A ITORAO - ka with rv.ilaUa 1 llte* rise. HOUSES APASTM EMil HEAD ment. callRUSSELL EI
FOR
Prompt and efficient ..".Ie. for M WBTTlNjMOU" 'lav .,**. end biaaari, :peddle beat FXTRNIBalED fNFl'It
all your moving naeda Call II IM-r.... ba a koMer Mep plaleaack I |
II p.whit. no* l'rrt.: NttHBD SHIM and lay ATKIN FlAKES
CY 3-4IM for free aetunatea.Agenta hardware itilea I""'"
:01tn '. RKAI ESTATE l 156 Ave F a .1'
for Atlaa Vaa .....*. Ineaerving -- --. kail electrIc wlU alternator M...- St SE ,17.Juae II I Eves. A. So*. CT 3-1131 |
all M atatea 14-TF l-t-MUMN pal to Ce 31i ..., Bide deMo Str.rimg. erngt --- - IUTOW,
@hevr0Iefi h. Si i. 3SS-4377 Avery Trailer level COlI'..... rttra pmoeller I 1------C1P.tQ: fI&.DIII:1I.: Q
# P r ... ,;uy Laraon 17II tra ga taoka aad trw It aaumarlae > ,. *PS IT V Ill IPse'.Ie51ed ( ROIIDA i TOWN COUNTRY
((6)) Special Services battery IM Burrs M-17 I'ie1essa apartawat ,
WI) REFP!'>ERATl ._ 'ft W....... Dryer strap Tale la a new -g ...\alll... Lake H ....... CYt4t t-TF ,_ rrrNL'l i
A"r i ,.....,11...,-.. Recoadtvd 'fur 13011 Speila _I. irx-r enl> ECt3.1141 IalLaU.llllIlllllllllllllll5IIllllllllIlllIlllI! !
CUSTOM MADE: DRAPES AND fully guaraaleed TermaEp 1'IU Shown S to 5 w.'kdayu at S TILl. GK-l'- D E: NAPAMTMRNTS Broker Cooperation Uilltj
ALTERATIONS Blind PINched ,n MM: and lp JOHNSON tare Boat Co 1311 t; ...nw ..1 SiLakrland. FOR TARTICIJkR
moderx equipment 1010 Hickory AI'j'l (tASiKS:' Lak Alfred For rteniag r wk.ru ,. PEOPLE t tal Wdraoata1WEN Welcomed
NV CY 17SM Mri Edna Sckotaer. t1t8. r l 139 N Ir5 owing t4faM pouac : r I.p5..lvtsteel. MOTOR 1.01)1 :I'T 1* \

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EVER HAPPEN TO YOU! B k.Idltl I CioTA
OMODUEAT OF SL PUZZ/f DUKTT
DOME CIF E NA Wt RD la0.RLeAN
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Classified TV*. Ff LIOVJ IS COMtNK MV DOT iTRAGR ITTI KIG'' SCh6OOLCF 15USINESt5 S PRODUCTS '
Advertisiif Al4IC ApMINiSTRATK Lr AT LAST llNOOX'K C
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HA COuc.p SA'f1h'3fYI bf'fi ATOM THE NEW MEss 015'1 L SLABDQ'iAN P OUCTS" HEAD, tOLb ? RECITESHIS ,

% 'f O 1lNG A $IICK r Tom" POMe1T
-- wwNle

Real Estate For Sale ((13)) Reel & .$. For SeU FOR HIM 1US1' ONCE I 11 1 1be j



; MIRROR HOME ttOM 4-m:DRDOMS. 2-batha. Small down

payment. aaaume mortgage Uf
.of.Likes access into 16 3&tli8t_ NW 01-0711. 1MMOI .

I> from your back door 15 _
NTA1N PROPERTY
coa
I from downtown. Many putt ut for your summer druthenn

era, shrubs and trees Pump : rout l 1. tcenlc sporting Avery
round North Carolina OBOROt
lake for irrigation. White D Mac RAIl:. REALTOR LlnvIlM '__' Qd_ C
beach CB 3 bedroom and or Kewland. "

iths. Utility room and sep

te large work shop Hard-

floors Florida room his well, LM BLAD YEAR lUot: / BUT IT 6OIN9

ken tile floor and planter 2 REALTOR TO SIR warfISHINS ( : / TO M P-fiTTV
'iUP
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DOO-SAKtP
-Conditioner., stove wash ,
wrs.ap FOR50M11i&1P4 ) \ I6Y TUB TIM*
machine draperies and
WEEK CieETlti I SET Rtlt
da included. Owner lIyanow. /

He will take the low,

heard of price of 2000000.


[EDNA WATSONREALTOR
II


(la St, NW CY 44141IS


- MOVE UP K.nj Featuret Svndic.ir, Inc l4 Uorlj nghlt roved
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TO MORE IN '64A -

N CHAIN or LAKES New 4
bedroom, 1 hath horn 40' BETTER HOME I The Lighter SideBy
ened porch, daub) carporNEW THRU
A
k. West dde Lake Slot.. Itoonr REALTOR SOUNDS: AND Wa11Lf Si4 jt5LNPINO + rweF FATIIFR DID VVU KNOWTERE'
Road, CT $4740 CT 3-0662. 7.77 I ta 2'u. F ,t DO wtJT11NKYAU'Re } A SIR IN HERR1
DICK WEST Sometimes an extra large :::0s tdAaa.e. HA9DoUD DUCK ON" AOINOTI

HOMES I United! Press InUmitlooilWASHINGTON pinch would clear the head : Orr.z .

SELL BY LIKE OWNER: RENT ((13-A) Groves (UPI) Snuff clear off the shoulders 4 sa i . J)

VANISHED OR UNFURNISHED dipping is reported to be on the Sniffing went out with lace til= t 1 THAT OUT

2 S-62b4 increase in the Unite d cuffs and knee trousers, however :

June I a 10 ACRES Mature grove. High tievttlon States presumably as a result and has never been re- pc tro
No cold. $37.600. FR MM7.
FR H871 of smokers switching to snuff vived on a large scale Nowadays 1 sp 0t o

IDYLRIDGEVIEV\ LAKE ALFRED REALTY CO.14JOI3B from cigarettes we can achieve the same : Ii)

It occurred to me that there results with aa antihistamine

OPEN DOUSE must be thousands of young nasal sprsy ." ft 4x

",1st ( ) Wanted Listings smokers in this country who Snuff dipping on the other >S '

have never seen nor tilted hand has retained a certain aau

S3-BR Bath 1340 tq n overall snuff and know very little about popularity perhaps because it : :
Il-Bath T
$10300. J-Bath. double car KENT THAT VACANCY
port.. 1600 aa ft. overall 110900 Empty Rentala coat you money its correct usage Is messier.
The moil effective way to rent lao As a public service, I have To dip snuff, you chew up au
lout Havendala. Blvd turn right to lint
with a rtfUtere-d realtor -
I Jltt 8t, or Airport Rd to lit paved SCHOENTHALER CO 2M-S123 drawn up a few guidelines thai the end of a green willow twig -

I road on left or call . Ask for Chuck B Framka1J1S may be helpful to anyone contemplating and sop it around in a muff can

CY 15711 such a switch or bottle. Then you put the twig _

First of all, it Is probably erroneous back in your mouth and savor 1 aZQ

27-May :HtBEDROOM ( 14-A) Lots & Acreage or at least misleading, the residue.

to say that snuff dipping is increasing One of my grandmothers 1 11c

14.BATH HOMES A more accurate and dipped snuff from the age of 12 I

REAL 110000 ESTATE down ,GENE Lake COOPER Alfred SMALL RANCH proper terminology would be to until she died at the age of 92 e

I72-16SS, W-TI say that snuff "hkln," is on She never had a tooth filled or
Appro. SO ACRES . Small IIH
frame house, barn other bulld- the increase pulled in her entire lif*.

HOUSE for aala bv! owner. ,Bedroom Inri, fenced Rood paiturt land That Is lesson No. 1 snuff My grandmother credited
Florida room 1 bath A/C mon land available Priced .t users "take" snuff snuff dipping with preventing <
wall to wall carpeting. custom 127.(00 with terms.REALTY
made draptt Lane screened Snuff taking can be done in dental problems, but I wouldn't

porch Ideal for retired couple Call three ways by sniffing dip accept that Is Gospel Old

after 2BS-K26 100 p.m. for appointment IMS ping or lipping There may be granny had some pretty wild I

other ways that I don't know Ideas about a kit of things Y

TAKE UP PAYMENTSNo about If so, I would prefer to The third way to take snuff, mint

CO. SWgga114 remain in the dark by lipping. Is not quite ai messy .

down payment, no qualifying CENTRAL Snuff sniffing reached its as dipping, but Is more convenient

on three-bedroom, 1 bath concrete peak during the 18th century In that it does not require T WHO COULD THAT Now Po wHV DO vuIWJ
L..lor a Gra.. AU.a. a.al' BE RlNCilNCi + Ov Sif" COME Ar oue. rI V900V/
when car twig
block home Built in G.E. : practically everyone a
I I OUT (JOOnBtLt. ) I M 54.1 I IN(. At .' O'LLIJC! a ,ks rvtlt
oven & range, large lot. Good tied a snuff box. A pinch of The correct form Is to AT THIS HOUT < A t.aMC'I E' C IN rHELINS THAT SAME I

neighborhood near schools Pay as ACRES Sun Feet on hoop I snuff lifted to the note and inhaled pull out the lower lip with the OP THE NI..r8lT VP MORNNC5bIUUhe QUls li T, JUST THAT' .

meats of $90.50 include insurance highway I'lua about IfMO feet through the nostrils was left thumb slid index finger, NINA 'YltJN'S' T'D RATHER

taxes, will drop approximately .1 IW:1 water per way front for foot Us.MO. or annul RAY wonderful for clearing the lift\ the can to the mouth with tlwj'etc i ; Yal 94.p IF a

10% after qualifying for EVERLY Real Eetate: Broker head. the right hind and tap the desired !

homestead exemption. Drive by Hamilton Phone HA J-137 Lak'i amount of snuff into the c'jIAIY

at 540 17th St NE then phone 13600: DOWN Legal Advertising trevasse
CY 3794 to see interior 126 00 CHOICER But never attempt this, is I

YOUR once did, while standing on the -sKiM0
m
Also have house trailer for tale, MTKK \
12TF back of tractor.
I moving
CY 1-1317 10-June I
heap Notice li hereby liven thai
aeaed: bids will be received by These simple facts ire ill

I-BEDROOM CB home. 1 bath Florida the Board at J'ubl5Iwiructhxl ul hat a novice snuff taker need
room fruit trtei corner lot Polk County Florida. at IDt turn absorb except for this manda t
NW Legal Advertising ly Superintendent Office Office
fiotuo. 27UO Woodlawn Dr
CY "' 998. 1821IBEDROOM of the Superintendent of Public in tory precept: Don forget to
traction of Polk County Floridi. pit. ul yi1.rl J
Retirement Home on IS ('I'IT COVET, In the Court House Annei at Oar _.
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1607 N. Lake Shlpp Dr' Furnlahedor T H.M( IAL tlKtllT IN tow Florida. up to 1 00 a clot'k
1 unfumlthed Shallow well Price AND FOE FOLK iUlNTY, p m Wedneaday. the 10th day of
r--T/-.I
.9000 2M-1383. 17-IS ILORIIIA IN I HAOrrWMl : June 1M>4. for all malerlale and Mail aW r 31d rruw, WAY YWdr5WT S OUY CKNir,
--- 'IT r'OH liOBlt labor neceaaary for the Addition Torrultland Adopt By
OWNER TRAMSFFBEIUlBedroom late N.. iUIS-et-Uo Park Elementary arlux.1 ;J -r J/I N ,9'1 1 OF re'o #i wea,1.
CB home Built-in oven SNOW OWl! LANOO Lake Alfred Florida pIAR' NAN nAwroz 1IL1
range Small down payment and ... Plaintiff Much bide a* are properly and WASHINGTON (UPI!) .. s.n.I I
uma loan CY 4-2044: 17-II ... timely filed will be opened by the
ALEX) LANOO, JR. aid Board of Public Instruction Kenneth B. Keeling. h-N.Y..
HOME: ion SALE Defendant Immediate following the aforesaid proponed Sunday a nationwide fay
Save I2MO 00 on this Mxidroom corner NOTICE final hour for recelvm' bids in mall" for ii
I "adopt by
homa. S3UO down with kitchen TO: Ales Lanito. Jr the room daalitnated far lu meet program
appliance or 110 with Mutt be Address unknownYou laps/ the Court house Annei at American to help undrprlvll fn t1
ken to appreciate . are hereby notified that a flartow Florida. or aa lOOn thereafter lied children In Appalachia and
101 4th St. Bill of Complaint for Divorce .haa at the Board may accomptUMi other
Jan-Phyl Vlllue been filed aialnat you and you are one tame proverty ireai
Phone 2SJ4743 required' to 'serve a copy of your Plans and .y.cificaliona' are ua Keating Mid' In a tclevlilon'
172 Answer or Pleading to the Bill, of file for enaminalloa, review and broadcast for New York ill.
material lake off at the offire lOt
Complaint on the plaintiff attorney -
WALKER RABE WINES he Architect Hrl hl a Btraufhn lions that tlmlUrprogrsmshid
1100 DOWN Van Pklver Bulletin* Winter Haven POlloi 4s Lakeland nor.... and bun let up for American to I
Chain of Le b. CB HumorCharles Florida and file the orlflnalantwer I lha Owner. Architectural! Department kelp children In foreign' countries
McCnmle Ref Broker or pleading In tha Office of I In Barlow. Florida Two role
2M-2.4I the Clerk of the Circuit Court on lea of said plane and .peclfk'attorn I and the lime Ides would
S-June T or before the 3Mh da/ of May Hid be obtained at the office. lOt ; work at home.
IK4 if you fall to do ao Judgmentby Architect upon deposit of IW n I -- .-
,! default will be taken acalnet you for each set of Document Nod ..... A.
...
LakefrontAt : for the reef demanded! In the Bill depoalt CUl be returned ti. the Legal Advertising :- ...:r,", ( WANT TO KNOW T \ ,'/10(1.,. I l III NIVK l lHtDuUD It
of Complaint Contractor upon the return <,( Mid MOW INll4ot INTO IIofA,. 'I4A' 'Of/ll <, Hit
U(< THAT POtM.YtiUIDAYT .
,
DONE" AND ORDERED al Bar nlaaa and tueelffcaltow In p.d 1 r.;; "tcll.IO IMI DUMMY:
ASteal & YOU HO/Ilt "fit.l[ .60'.1'
B low. Polk County, Florida this HIlt condition wHhln flftoea nti dart : I 00PingtOITION II
day of April, A D. 1M4 after the dale of opening bid. and IN THK < IN I IT'01 liT or THK I OlUI'' Ottll, -: .I. NO 'UO COPY OU WHAT MA,
D H. SLOAN JR eoMtoaant upon racer of a bunaMl TENTH:: tl>HI l. IM4IIT? l>r,' 3: 1 wt MUST,, If Melted .4: +1r .:;, I WAS
Clerk Circuit Court. Md from Conlrarlor tlAIII..A. i* A"i> rcm ,ell.. r--7 ... ... ..:' .- -. SINLDULID'I -
lorAl '
Should Ike udder desire additional. OtMTt |" (<< HiNCKHY 01ol' .. -
Reduced 1000. This modern I of J the MASON firm of WINES sets of UocwmenU prior lu bid open ails Ta Pererto Merlfaf CAWS !'IAMt' t'l I 1 'E-: ;: ;.:. : I ..

bedroom 2 tile bath with large WALKER RABE I WINES nc dale, or should eubrontrarlortr AND \
Van Skiver Building malarial dealer. dealre a art uf FEDERAL: IAVINUI ;:
living room, sliding glass doors : Mid Documeatl WINTER: .1.1o
Winter Haven, FloridaAtlomert same will be pro- LOAN AMXX IATION or I -. -
into patio Parquet floors At- for plaintiff Wed upon payment lo seed Archied HAVEN, 11J... Nri' '
Tf May 4. 11 IS. 1H4etke the amount of IJDW to rover Plaintiff' I \ I \
with built-in April| .
trictive kitchen the COM of reproduction thereforMM .. I I ,
deep well & pump 27 pines on \ Ta CredltoreIN sum bekti nanrefundableCwn EM MIT ... WILUAMI. LUCY IOR I \ ( I ---/1 I Iv1 """
1 l\
lot 75' i: 330', DO road between iOIKT TMK l.(OI AND:IT*run JIIHir FOLK b a Ca.hler.bid hall Cluck be or nccompaaledr Hid Bone COMPANY DAM ad SEABOARD riNANtk i :- ( .

home & lake. NOW only $18,900. till NTV rtOBlUA In Ike amount 01'% of tile bid ttalandant "
it payable lo the Board of Public InMruetkm NOTMK OF IALI i l +
Owner moving to Texii See 1:01: JlIE .TATI OP
MELVIN of Pelt County Flortdaaa Not tot la hereby alvea thai purauant \e a
WAYNE
one. WEE...... evidence of (ood fatth and fuaraMeelnc to a flea( inarm of forecloaurt ff
To All Cr xlltora and Persons Ha.- that. the eueceeeful bidder antared tn canal limbered r- --...
,
Claims or Demands Afamat will ....",.. and fumlen to the ITMM1. Hi tke Clnmtt Court of I /// I sill
Beasley Realty Co. Led log Eatate hmrd. of Public, Instruction of Polk Polk County Ftonna, I win Pelt _
Yau, and each of you, are hereby County Florida. a bend 'wand by :ne aroytrly iiluale M PMk Cats -
M4 (U St, NW CY 1-rtSt notified to file. In duplicate ail a Surely Coanaany ZW-&IIO to do y. Florida. del r bet aaUK
---- drmanda wheeh "". meat In Florida. dtM S. Block K. Urkanrl I" CMAIIieotqf ttA/tl UXMf
WOO.00 DOWN -and- mov-- ... No have claim aavntat and the meat of Wayne you Contract price. .115* tea HOi ...... lubdtvlaton. Haute iNa r"ayN YINA1dIMI Mf If API TM( ANO RAl$
month bars Mtlvln Weed dereaaed In the of daya after bam.awareM. tne ('an- CIt,. FtorMa, as.5e.a ny map MO WftM HAt tCOKfJIM NT
uallfyinc( SMOO per u [A t tl'
Ih.Of.
recanted
M AIoAAo
thereof
tract MM bond or plat
furaUhed. duplai Larc flee at lUrnard A Bronaon. County uaraMeeta tne iNrf
maaonary ... the Clark of Ue Or jit i t. .
performance of MM Contract the
I-OU7 ta Court
EaUte office M
lot Leoiutt Real aCT I Jlldlfl. at Ma es51yo Nil doses RRAM/ P01/I
and tor
CY J-Mtt Call ; How at Bartow Florida wttntnetx pre- 51 said hoed Ie bo peed evil in
f calendar motrtne from May IIIM AS ..Id IFtaMa, M rial Book '
ehsnnidrscisrjroel satd.
which la. tile date of UM Aral a.tW Is a i ; IApa
publication. of Into. _Ice Each evaiane, teaJed. and aMrataid toW at ai .aii : the ht .l
! NICE 1 BI. CB HOME claim or demand cowl be hi writ Boar* uf FuMK Inatructtoa, has ev JIIr A at 480 "' 1 h r
Inc muet slab the. ntoee af real Pain c.u..,. Florida c/o Skelley rr.M of the PkCowtnouaa CNoot
landscaped Access dyes and poet office address e( S Dunne CouMy aVeaenatialintOaun k* :;-"fr:. trt..ss '
Beautifully the clalnl_. mait. be rants to and Mesas A_. (arlaw Flee II et1 n en
to chain of lakes. S rooms, bath owl be Wed aa ........ ar else .... and the naata of UM nro>ectMNHd < o. May rib t n
Shale tame wm become *aMEdw aa placed a* the ....... af I &
utility room ft carport M Weed tile enveloae and ... Micaim I CIerII JS&L011"mvmmmmijit [ ..wraleM
low weB. Priced to sell it . AdmraMtratrtxtrauckn. that the eaveeea* eaeHaJna aid far AIN tx ,
$1000 Shone Kalncndto.Attyt .... ...... l Aroaeje B JIIW {
.1 Delved 11M maNrsetee of Ned Won Have Fla.

HOUSE PO'". SU Ma MacMMa Ave huNdNq W -.I hMI _....- May la. 114 _ ._ r l
NEAT S B*. FRAME Wlnt.r Have.. Ftortda M Ib. Use by the o- the ;
Newly redecoriud Drapes May 11 IS..35 Jsa 1 CMIIacMr .5.5 tarry 51 has en- NOIRE Ji.e
L54.AL
. -- builder rlea kawmnce kv
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vencUon blonds included . : ooTirs op HTMTWN TO rang bob. fire nad wlndeturmceverace healed MIl .11I bo recNeed by

$8JOO. I MARk APPLKATM FOB flXAtl with IBM aaytktt la Ole := ('fla 01:w;;, Masse rb"tda ---
oe wda.Nae
>lMal4B4BKIN oaaracur, and Ownar ae Meet nvTW '
: BSC BeTTATE OP .., May rr Nee w tile eMlre 01 IA.CNp 1A4rt..vafs r.5'. evK.- '.""' _'L. I/'w, .

ROOM I BATH CB HOME LYDIA KOYB ,... C Sd,=aoyIe .. Mo.e..r at CIty Man wear 04' '4 A.wo3 A J .44vf ieht Jem. 4 tNraUMMr/e >T- Meat AMP ... TIN iMM/n11' .5'.ae05AAFl .
e belle W -. .11'r leya IRMM W. yabNch'. _" 'S 5, 65O16. MIA Wflu.BMTIat i
I ,d 1 /a5 O5T'J. A.5 s55Ctwledd EARN
rt4'P Gw IM A'tO A7Aoar r ,
Underground &rri.. oa. fruit T. All flaeea M May Caeweva set wS .. t .. CMy aid read W aaasd aM eau sir. r::.= earn asp.s = a4Wr9J 1 M *sae C A erAleC..ueas05r I 1NJ bale''' T.euio cf WITH S05sIhAR15aolmP4CY
tkat I bare 1M sss/N
down. .Mw la hereby glvea .peS
$2M .
\ trees Price $7500. NIt.Tt
Ise tweet :0te
sor.w.ry
nud Anal. ranarl na nataUMaUnlor the aw.ssl51 holder If asp .
ef mr UM a( Ida Kama.Sitatetd .. be a51MMd wMw ftve .11 dsps.Ara lair ........ caairia an sa a MA 4 005M 'f W ,i.A10R1 AR{ INi'
Varner Realty :11e..... Shad mf nevi the bed is Main SNrOsA.q ANTAILC71.. ('.a f fday
inns W 5eui say that Board al Pate*V.ef ....... eaMMraitana nuy aelew d" s Sl wan T.IPiA
14 (tk St. N.W. CY MIM I wW apte. .. ........ Patt. Cn.n FlerMa. ,- : lam aW CMr Maaacar> vt- .
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A ___ pss51y III Falk IN rtfe to reject any and ,aK bids., Rae.ONr weed sail
ro.dy ........ on ats 9655 i day alJiaae sad a waive asp IaMAatltW ..... ? ,? .I,,dyy; mark- IBW
tor isiHiH af Maaanw TUB K>AJU> OP PVBLJCoyrmocnam FOR SaWrTUnOAIlDTne
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Page Ten WINTER HAVEN DAILY NEWS-CHIEF-WINTER HAVEN, FLORIDA Monday, May 16 19M I



Howard Perry- Bowling Begins Season League Phillies Record 1st





Desoto Handicap I t hat Lanes bowline Something been.now fever added new Isis.to and a Havendale the woman unusual local Play Of Season Triple'I-'I



scratch league with twelve
teams. By JOE GERGEN Fisher's wild pitch In the sec Felipe Alou all hit solo home

Golf Champion What makes It so unusual I II UPI Sport Writer ond Inning runs and Tony Cloninger scattered .

V that Wrights Haveirfale Cleaners Sandy Koufax picked up his six hits as the Braves
The Philadelphia P b i II I tie I
I
first victory May 4, but .
Is the league sfoiteor and since snapped a five game losing
BRADENTON Howard Perry a Haines the girl have elected 1 to name have discovered a abort cut to for the the third straight streak in the nightcap The
,
City
their team all to oofneMe with the National League pennantnd time failed to go the route as Cards won the opener behind
golfer who playa out of Winter Haven Golf Club, be- I.J i.e the dry cleaning butinees. the path 1 e ad. right the Dodgers won the opener on Curt Simmons who won his

came the second man in as many years from that area The standings are: through Houston. John Rosehnro'a aacnfice fly While and Tim McCarver homo

I to win the DeSoto National Amateur Handicap Golf Hi-Hat: *M SBlocker The PhUliei gave Chris Short In the seventh Ron Perrinoski ers.Frank
9 8' hi. second start of the season saved Koufax's third win. Robinson struck two
Championships. Perry posted a 206 three-round total Dellverymen 9 3 Sunday night and the lanky Johnny Podres, however did round-trippers and Jim Maloney -

Saturday at Bradenton in the DeSoto Historical So- Presser T S southpaw responded with a not even finish the first inningfor fanned eight for Cincinnati's

ciety event to win. Hanger 6 6 neat 2-0 dispatch of the Houston the Dodgers In the nightcap victory in the second gsme
Last Trousers 6 8 Colt. In a quick two hours as he was shelled for four runs Maloney, who gave up seven
year's inaugural saw clean Top Coats 5% 6U and 11 mirrates. In two-thirds of an inning while hits blanked the Cubs after
Frank Pride of
of the
Winter Haven sweep tournamentwhen
and Skirts 5 T Even Is more of a hurry, making only his second appearance Billy Williams hit his ninth
Like Yacht and Bob Haviland
Region Sports Folders 5 7 of the sesson. Donn Clen- homer
however was the Philadelphia of the year In the first
Country Club win Editor of
the top spot. the Winter Haven
Shirts 4H Ttt denon homered for the Pirates
The infield, which In addition to inning. Chicago took the first
tournament has been held
Daily News-CDief, breezed
to Stretchers 3. and Frank Howard stroked his
producing two rather ordinary game with a four-run rally In
two and Winter 1r
years Haven first place in the Press Division Sweaters 2 10 double plays completed the first 12th round-tripper for the Dodg the ninth climaxed by Billy
area golfers have won both of the national
timer tournament HI Team Series: Hi Hats triple play of the major league ers. Cowan's run-scoring single to

Winter Haven aim gained. resented.which Haviland had 12 had states roundsof rep- 1392, Blockers 134S Folders season. Ed Bailey, Denis Menke and left.
1318. The rare triple killing was as
what could be considered a 79, 72, and 80 to win by 12 HI Team Game: Hi Hats much the result of faulty Houston Sweet Willie Hartack Could Use

shots over Bill Hsger of the 499 Blockers 468, Shirts 466. baserunnlng as defensive I

Lake Region Women I St. Petersburg Times. Hi Individual Series: Fern skill. With Rusty Staub on second Humility Besides Northern Dancer 1.

The event was played York 528 Irene Tillman 465, and Walt Williams on first
Play Final Match over By OSCAR FRALEY and then bring him down in
three courses In the Brsdenton Linda Ashley 460. In the fifth inning Colts' catcher front to win."
;' : HI Individual : Fern slashed hard DPI SprfrU Writer
DeSoto Lakes game Jerry Grote a t
area Country Arcaro's mount broke dead
Women's York 187, Verna Douglas 180, to Phil? first baseman NEW YORK (UPI) All of
The Lake Region grounder
Club and last battled fourth
Longboat Key, Bra. TOURNAMENT the doubters had to ad. up to place
WlNNERS-Woward finally
Parry Peggy Dell 180 Wanda Smith
right
Coif Association will hold Its John Herrnstein. Herrn-
dcnton Country Club. by the time the field turned
final round of Team Play tomorrow Although close to the lead it shown with the DeSoto National Handicap Golf 180, Dot Teegardin 180 Irene stein fired to shortstop Bobby mit today that Northern Dancerwas into the stretch and then faded
hunk of horse although
after the opening round Thursday Championship trophy which he won at Bradenton last Tlllmsn 175.Major. Wine for one, and Wine relayed quite a back to finish last
the in
Listed below are the pairing Perry waited until Sat. weak. At left is Dexter Daniels Jr., winner of yester. to Herrnstein for No. 2. Willie Hartack manner which The trainer blew his gaiket.
accepted the
foursomes will be made upon urday's finale to surge ahead. held. annual Blue Devil Booster Club golf tournament Staub meanwhile was wheeling colt's Derby and Preakness victories "What's the matter with
arrival at the Pro Participants at Wint.r Haven but Ilerrmtein "
Shop Ills first 18 was played in S3 Golf Club. League ty home brings to mind a story you' he demanded of Arcaro."I .
are requested to be alertly threw to catcher Gus told you to break up near
shots, this couple with a 15 about Eddie Arcaro.In .
there no later than 1:30: a.m. Triandos to nip a run In the the front keep third until the
stroke for net reverse if will
handicap a 68 ,
and any member desiring to Over the Longboat Key layouthe Daniels Jr. Posts Win bud and provide Houston fans Anyhow, it seems you that early head of the stretch and then
play who is not listed below with their first encounter witha In Arcaro's he take the lead and win. How
had a gross 88 good for a StandingsBy riding career
la asked to see Bennie Span. net 73. three-for-one special. rode a cheap plater in a lowly come you didn't follow orders
Jers, Tuesday morning at the Short surrendered only five Arcaro looked him in the eye
claiming The trainer
race.
Trailing the leader five was
Pro Shop. by hits-all singles-and struck out and his voice was cutting
United Press International extremely explicit about how
shot going into the final
The pairings for tomorrow In Booster Club GolfBy National Lea,.. nine In winning his first gameof Arcaro was to ride. "WhatT" he said icily "And
round Perry put together an
are: Mrs. Nora Goff vs. Mrs. W. L. Pet. GB the year. Philadelphia which "I want you to break up near leave the horse?"
Charlotte Kirkpatrick Mrs. excellent 79 for a day' net of San Fran. 19 10 .655 . collected only six hits off Hous the front," said the trainer. Driving home the point, of
Brooks Mrs Nell 64 and a one shot victory over BOB HAVILAND motion of Winter Haven High and that if don't have
Jerry vs. Philadelphia 17 10 .630 1 ton starter Jim Owens re "Then I want you to keep third course you
Phelps Mrs Lee Roe vs Mrs. Jack Frisch of Orlando at 206 Sports Editor School activities. St. Louis 19 13 .594 Itt liever Claude Raymond got a: until the head of the stretch the horse under you, nobody, no
Jean Green Mrs. VickI Smith Perry had a 78 going until he Net scores were: run In the third on back.to-back time can win any race
Dexter Daniels Jr., defending Pittsburgh 16 14 .533 3Vt
vs. Mrs. Dot Grandy, Mrs. bogled the last three holes. doubles by John Callison and But Hartack, after Northern
champ of the Blue Devil Booster Cincinnati 16 14 .533 3H
68-Dexter Daniels Jr.
Eva Dunson vs. Mrs. Vivian The out-of state trophy was Wes Covington and another in Lucy Chambliss Dancer's smashing gallop in
Club tournament last Milwaukee 16 15 .516 4
Abell, Mrs. Naomi Young vs. won by John Collins of Atlanta golf 69-Dexter Daniels Sr. the sixth on a walk, error and the Preakness made It sound
Mrs. Jean Baxter; Ga. with a 207 net score. year, will hold the same honor 71-Mike Tessalone Bill I I I Los Angeles 14 18 .438 6H infield single by Tony Taylor. Wins H. Miller almost as if he had left the
he three Houston 14 19 .424 7
Mrs. Mary Henson vs. Mrs. Over ISO: golfers from the next year as posted a Snyder, Larry Mouser Tony The San Francisco Giants received horse and scampered home under -
Louise Beauchamp Mrs. Dot southeast U. S. and nation under par 68 yesterday after. Price, Buddy Simmons Leon Chicago 11 11 .407 7 successive shutouts from Rifle TourneyLucy his own power. Sweet Willie
Winter Haven Golf New York < 22 .290 11Saturday's
at
Holland vs. Mrs. Tymesla competed in the second annual noon Gregory Dr. C. S. Swartz. lefty Bob Hendley and righty gave at least this observer the
Walker Mrs. Sue flyer vs. event, Including Jack Club for first place In the aec- 72-Doug Day Dan Cooper, Los Results 4 Ron Herbel in posting a doubleheader Chambliss claimed first impression that If he didn't Invent .
7
Mrs. Irene DiCristlna, Mrs. Lascoulie of the Today television jnd annual booster event. Bill Rutland, Dick Dantzler. Pittsburgh Angeles 2 sweep of the Mets place in the open division and the horse he was a better
Cincinnati 5 Chicago
Jan Brown vs. Mrs. Marge program and Johnny Co.champion list year withAl H. W. Mclver. John Workman St. Louis 6 Milwaukee S CO and 10. In other National first place in the women division reinsman than anybody since
Talbot, Mrs. Dot Judd vs. Mrs. Jerry Mclver, Art Dunn Sonny In the 15th they made the run from Ghentto
Lujack, famed Notre Dame Murphy Danie's! barely escaped San Francisco 6 New York 4 League action Pittsburgh split firing of the
Jean Pratt, Mrs Erna Howell football star. Other local golfers that fate this year. Dexter Smith Joe Brandon Wei- Houston 4 Philadelphia 3, night with the Dodgers, winning the Harry Miller Offhand Rifle Alx and that singlehsndedly
vs. Mrs Lit Agerton, Mrs. participating were II W. Daniels Sr. missed a 10 foot born Bentley, Ben Perry, Tom Sunday's Results nightcap 83 after losing, 32; Championships over the week he could redouble Paul Revere ,

Joan Murphy vs Mrs Martha Mclver Bin Perry Jr., Jim putt on the final hole which Frakes Dick Bock Werner Los Angeles 3 Pittsburgh 2. 1st St. Louis roughed up Milwaukee end.Miss In spades.If .

Allen Mrs. Peggy Silvey vs. Wilkins, and Pride. would have been good for a tie. Fischer Pittsburgh 8 Los Angeles 3, 2nd 7-3 before the Braves Chambliss posted a score you think there is personalresentment
Eloise Skidmore. As it was Daniels Sr. finishedone 73-Cliff Scott Jim Mae. Philadelphia 2 Hous. 0, night took the second game, 4.2; and of 198 x 200 Iv to edge Preston In this corner to the
Mrs. Sarah Angle vs Mrs. shot back at COIn Ashsn, Jack Cavanaugh Fred 6 New York 0 1st the Cubs and Reds divided a Duncanson who had 197 x 200 mannerisms and actions of this
Sao Fran. ,
Elaine Mrs. Dot Gardner supercilious little man you are
Judy 16v.
Arrlngton. Sam Tllden Calvin pair, Chicago winning the open.er54
vs Mrs Jean Eater Mrs. RALLIES FOR WIN net play six Winter Haven ( San Fran I New York 0, 2nd ' Third more right than showers In
Triplett, Timmy Wilbur, Jim and Cincinnati the place went to Lyle
Jane Dorman vs Mrs. Bonnie NEW YORK (UPI The sports tans (led at Tl. They Bagley, Joe Giles, Gaylor Chicago S Cincinnati 4, tat nightcap, 71. Swift with a 193200 llv and April. The proper hero always
German American Cincinnati T Chicago 1, 2nd looks better clad in a mite of
Soccer Mike Tessalone, Bill
Sny-
Crawford Mra. Miriam Hoggvs. were fourth
Martin. Bob Epperson Mason Hendley, whom the Giants place was won by Col.\
League AU-Stara St. Louis T Milwaukee I, let and It Is to be doubt.
rallied humility
from der Price
Mrs Eunle Fuller, Mrs. Larry Mauser. Tony Wines Otis Bice acquired In a preseason trade H. E Sprague with a 192.200
a halftime deficit to score Leo Milwaukee 4 St Louis 2, 2ndMonday's ed if Sweet Willie can even
Betty Jameson vs Mrs. Dot a Buddy Simmons Gregory
Jack with Milwaukee limited the
74 Straughan Roy
Mallory. Mrs. Mildred Hensler 2-1 victory over the Hamburg and Dr. C. S, Swarts. Probable Pitchers lOv.Talbert spell the word.
Mets hits Lauter the
Thomas, Bill Riley Bill Mur- to three after retiring won high
at Los Angeles of Shake'spearian
Sport Vereln Club Pittsburgh There was a lot
vs. Mrs. Virginia Little Mrs Sunday and About 100 played In the first 13 New York bat. junior medal with a score of
persona rell, Guntcr Stephenson Jack
Dixie Stone Mrs. Lillian spoil the American debut of (night) Bins (0-0) vs. Drys- ham sliced by Sweet
vs
the annual event which had live ters. Ssn Francisco poundedout 183-200 8v
the German team Waters George Partin Jr" dale ((5-1). Willie when, recapitulating his
Trueman. radio coverage over WINT 'with Bernie Eaton Roland Robinson PhlbelphU at Houston three homers In the opener, The match was held yesterday marvelous horsemanship, he

Doug Montgomery providingmost Jack Tensiniky Del (nightBunning (4-1)) vs. with Orlando Cepeda socking a at the Lake Idylwild range loftily explained!

of the commentary. Erickson, Sprinkle Jim Rain- Johnson ((3.3)). three.run smash for his first near the airport.LIVERPOOL "I was prepared to meet the

For one brief spell It appear ero Billy Wilbur Max Von- New York at San Francisco Circuit since opening day Willie challenge of Hill Rise at any

ed that disaster was about to Hahmann, Bill Bentley, Ed Cisco ((1-2)) vs. Sanford ((3-3). McCovey and rookie Jim WINS part of the race and throw the
strike the tournament. One four. Threadgill. Jim Duvall Lea (Only games scheduled) Ray Hart also homered. CHICAGO (UPI) The challenge back at him."
some which started In the early Farrington. Bob Rhlnehart. Tuesday's Game Herbel, a rookie making his Liverpool Soccer Club of England Loosely translated this

miming hours seemed to be Bob Eastman Rick Martin Pittsburgh at Houston, night first major league start struck defeated Monterrey of means that he had a powerfullot
lost on the course or possibly Bill Rabe. Chicago at St. Louis, night out eight and surrendered seven Mexico 30, Sunday Ian St. of horse under him which

In an orange grove which bor. 75-Bill\ Bell. Joe Hughes Phila. at San Fran., night hits. Cepeda scored the John sccored all three goals also had to be more than slightly .

y dered fie: Winter Haven layout Jesse Martin Jack Kudi-r. Jim New York at Los Ang, night game's only run when he raced for the English league champions prepared to meet the challenge -

Finally in mid-afternoon, the Perretty Clyde Johnson Bob Milwaukee at Cincinnati night home on losing pitcher Jack .

four 18th tee golfers and appeared eventually on finish.the Hill, Anderson, Dr. W W. Cottrell American League "+.**-!'SSfeSaS! *..e.e! .- .u.....+1. .C+.++. i. 1,+, 'rr. r. +. ..
John Kerr. W. L. Pet GB
ed their round It was not Im Chicago 15 9 .625 C r..Q'I
76-Bill Ross Andy Ireland.
; ... mediately known who was in Carl Strang Walter Fischer, New York 16 10 .615 . .

( the foursome but It was believedto Dick Hoyt Leroy Yates, Joe Cleveland 16 11 .593 H
be I II Ii
last year's booster club
Baltimore 17 12.580
Mealey, Bill Silvey Sr. Carl ft
president, a head football coachIn Jackson. Minnesota 16 14 .533 2
the Winter Haven I
area an
Detroit 13 15 .464
Dick 3
and Lakeland 77-Pat Callan, Cheney,
electrician. a participant Paul Smith Tony Kalogrldis Washington 14 19 .424 5V*

JIIII'P fete Ellis. Los Angeles 13 18 .419 5V*
Other which fin-
gross scores 78 Bill Richards, Bob Paul Boston 12 17 .414 5*
lashed In the Mason -
money were Kansas City 11 IS .379' 6Vk a4'-2
Peter Eastman. ;
Bob Thrash
Wines 73, Mil Vonllahmann 74. Saturday's Retails
79-BiU Hickman Roy Harmon
Bill
Perry Jr. 74. Timmy Wil Washington 3 Chicago 1
I
Howard Perry
bur 75, and Fred Arrlngton TS. Cleveland 2 Detroit 1
80-Jack Ableson.
Following completion of play New York 10 Kansas City 6
81 Ken Smith Jim Rey
a social hour and barbecue was -
Baltimore 5 Los Ang. 1, night
Federal Rule held. All proceeds of the tour. nold.
or Boston 6 Minnesota 5, 10 inns.Sunday's .
nament will be used for pro 87-John Marottl. Reaalts

Boston 6 Minnesota 2, lit
Home Rule ? Minnesota 6 Boston S, 2nd
New York 11 Kansas City 9, 1st

W ANT : New York 8 Kan. City 0, 2nd i ..,
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Los Angeles 9 Baltimore 4 ;

Chicago 3 Washington 2 I 11
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