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Title: Winter Haven Daily News-Chief
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Publication Date: May 27, 1964
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53No. 205 WINTER HAVEN FLORIDA WEDNESDAY MAY 27 '1964- PRiC FIVF C

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Burns Margin In Gubernatorial Race 170,000;











Vaughn, Storey, Strain Win Polk ContestsNetiru






Vote Turnout


India's First

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i; 'Prime Minister Dies ', : jiI 2nd PrimaryMIAMI




I NEW DELHI, India (UPI) .....-....' coniclousneti.a.m. EDT without regaining began planning Jtwahirlil Nehru. India't first
state House administration today -
I The body will be cremated
and only prime minister died after a atrong win over
today of a stroke and heart at. Thursday morning in accordance Miamlin Robert King High In

tack. He was 74. with llindu rites on the a Democratic! runoff that was
i banks of the River Jumna at
Within hours, Gulzarl Lai both a civil rights protest and
Nanda, 64-year-old home mini- Rajghat beside the tomb of an advance for big county
ter and senior member of the Mahatama Ghandi, the man voting
cabinet In who led India's fight for Independence -- ---- power
was sworn at actIng -- The first move for the tall
prime minister by President through passive reaiatance HAYDON BURNS WALLACE 1.. STOREY HOHSCN STRAIN PAUL VAUGHN U year.old mayor of Jacksonville .

Dr. Sarvepalll Radhakrishnan. against the British. .- was an appeal for North
f A permanent successor to Nehru was his devoted follow ..lorldl.south Florida unity. and

Nehru the ruling will Congress be chosen parliamentary later by er the and country successor at leader of. [Firemen Save Burns Polk Edge 19,000 Votes; for peace opponent with In High the,threeweekcampaign. hit underdog

party A team of top medical apeclalisti .

i Most prominently mentionedfor hit daughter and Shis- Burnt planned to sleep late,
the it Lai Bahadur trl were at Nehru's bedside Woman Felled
post
then hold i conference
Shastri. a 59-year-old former Jeweheriol Nthrv when the end came suddenlyand ; Vaughn High In County Races preta

home minister and. memberof served aa India'a representativeat dramatically.Nehru's Complete unofficial returoa
the centrist faction of the the United Nations and in death was announcedto from all of Florida's countlea -

badly-tpllt Congress party who various other diplomatic posts a stunned and silent parliament By Smoke *' Paul Vaughn. Wallace and 1,119 precincts fivaBurnt

bad been serving at Nehru' for her father.A B Heavy Industries Min Storey and Hobson Strain won 634,144 vales to 460.303
unofficial deputy since the 124ay official period of liter C Subrimiim. The announcement for High The winning margin
easily Vaughn and Storey
-
I prime minister suffered a first mourning was proclaimed. was repeated by A Winter Haven woman, war nearly 174,000 votes with
la walk In
stroke in the government ridlo. MM. Billy Ben Holland, was I a yeiterday'aDemocratic more than 10,000 absentee
January. Nehru
one of the world'sleading _
I. rescued by firemen after the : runoff primary ballots to be counted
Within
Another an hour of the announcement r
possibility at prime neutralists, died of the
of war overcome by smoke from which was marked by a IV The latest returns showed
minister it Nehru'a the newt, nearly
I daughter stroke and a heart attack\ that
to 1 Polk County majority for
a burning lounge chair which the Goldwater title, filed by
Mrs Indira Ghandi, who hat followed at 1:30 pm. (4:30: (Continued On Page I, CoL 1))
1 engulfed her home shortly llaydon Burns In the gubernatorial Cramer, lot to the unpledged

after midnight lilt night race, date headed by state Republican -
Mr. Holland, who lives at Vaughn Winter Haven Incumbent Chairman Tom Brawn

Tampa GroupIn Legion To Mark 424 Ave G, SE. war found on clerk of the circuit, of Tampa by a vote of $4,305
the floor of her, home Quick to 39,133.
acting firemen clamped an TabalatliM ef the folk la other balloting In the run
oxygen mask on her face County Vote By Prerlarta! will off primaries EUMt" Root

Goodwill probably laving her from kc found. OH page alne. veil, eon of the laM Pr.si-
Memorial ,
Day asphlilalloB.: dent franklin D Roosevelt
When firemen arrived the court rolled up the biggest war elected Democratic na

house was filled with a dark majority in the three countywide Uonal) comraltttemaa.' and a
Visit HereAbout grey amok from the burning ncti. lie got Il.lM vole slate ol unpfeJfM Republic.
17e.. Rev. August firrothat, with the tcliool'a farewell party -
'
r la It.iN for Earnest (Bud)
of 'rtWr etuSkma >qf the chair r ) elector won ever a group
pastor Grace Lutheran .
members of the Ben A hn t' ', Da mat*. war ''Mauled to the A A Dixon of Lakeland, a 4,407- pledged to Sept" Barry M. Cold-
Church will give the patriotic adVpot jrdju-
Tampa Chamber of Commerce chair and nearby rug vote majority. water
address at the annual Memor. tint, baa been rtappointed to
are playing host to the Storey Ditto lawyer In the
-
Winter iol Day program which thertersonNichols that position by Don Keehler The turnout of I.MS.Ono for
Haven Chamber todayt runoff with Klngswood SprottJr
Post commander-elect, and he will the second primary featuredby
/ Legion
the Lake Region Yacht of Lake Wales polled It.
!nd Country Club. will sponsor Saturday at Lake- aerve at secretary! of the official Pops Concert 671 voice ta lUll for his oppunwot the Burnt High race. was

The occasion ia the first tide Memritl Park starting ate delegation attending the a margin of 3,361.They a record for the state The
West 4' a.m.Clyde Florida Department annual voter also picked committee
Coast Trade Area Conference were fighting for the
I between the two V. )layman, principalof convention in Jacksonville. Well Received state house of representative men and women from both par
June 47. til'. and a date of unpledged
fritie*. Denison Junior High School, teat Group I, vacated by Ben
\ E L Davit, executive vice will give the invocation after Commander H R. Summer I Phil Griffin when he ran sac delegalea to the Republican national
president of the local Chamber the Denison and Westwood ville conducted the meeting The Winter Haven pops Orchestra ---------- convention
laid the purpose of the Junior High bands play a 13- last night\, at which a mentor under the direction of WBtHYR; WA'l'CNlNG0'1 t i H' ,[n i< p Paul Vaughn, ceiifully for the state senateto The Democratic dab pledgedto
Chrtetlan Klrach, prevented one standing, eanMate ter releetion aa Polk < ountyerk| of the aueceed Scott Kelly President Johnson was unchallenged
meeting Is to it art tome area minute prelude at 1.45: a.m. ial service was held for Herbert
Wide of II* moat excitlnf concert, circuit court, la foilewing the vote being tabulated i bi his brother The In collector rice wasthe .
thinking instead of justFity Jim Evans will play taps to Nectel, World War II veteran
and was enthualaetlcally received Jimmy aa return Hewed Into the Dally Newe-thlef election closest of the three Hobson Buritc tllll mutt face Republican
who died
by city close the recently.The .
"The this area la program.A learned that Mra. at Nora Mayo Hall headquarter last night. At the moment the photo war taken Strain of Lakeland a deputy nominee Charles Holley of
way grow post
lilt night. Vaughn'a rcnomlnatlon was aaaured. He ended up with the In the office of Tu Collector 8t Petersburg the November
ing, Davit said "it may Lonnie Ivey, women'a auxiliary i

Legion committee will
I Spontaneous applause brought biggest margin of any candidate for county office. Ray dements, who wit general election. But although!
some day be just one big trade place flags at half mast at the president, ii recoveringfrom :
and Klrach back
the orchestra not a ctndldit beat J. B. the OOP hat been on the march
area. We want to start tome poles erectd in the Eagle aurvery in the local boa- for which, for one of
an encore Tliornhlll/ Ir. former Polk la the ttale. lit power has not
thinking<< along those llnea. Lake, Lake Alfred, Glen Ab pita) Legionnaire Joe Lucy several time throughout the
I County commlialonrr by t.OM grown to the point of breakingthe
hottt and theirlocal
The visiting after bey Memorial Gardena, Oak. was reported recovering aatiafactorily evening, featured the flutes, Boys Are Caught vote, the total bring X.S44 tradition of Democraticgovtrnori.
played golf
1 guests lawn and Lakeside Memorial from an attack In harp and strings In the"Minuet tO 1I.4JB. .
luncheon today Tonight they
a
Park cemeteriei. the boapitaL from L'ArlntenM"l by Mourr.
have a steak dinner Two constables were also Already shaping up howeverwai
pvill pre.tPf'Clln The poit participated in a The Overture to"nellarber nominated. In District, which the potiiblllty. of another

Highlights, the program.of the program ceremony at Westwood Junior Stores To Close of opened Seville"the evening, by Roaalnl, was,a which well With Boat CycleTwo Include Auburndal, Inwood Burn High race In 1M, with a

will be a talk by Charlie High Tuesday morning in articulated number highlighted and Bsrtow, Ed Williams dos four-year term at Make and

Banks, chairman of the Tampa which award and medals During ServiceThe by a dramatic string perfor felted Ratcoe ThorahlU easily, with Scott Kelly of Lakeland-
Trade Development Committee were presented to student byJ mance. Winter Haven boys 1] boat and the other a motor f.<
on "Operation Em. W Clarke of the local post, Downtown Winter Haven "Peer Gynt Suite, No. 2-Op. and 14, have admitted thefts cycle. residents. The other constablerace ao! running

I phaslt," and a panel dfscuilion. who it teventh district com Council has voted to chess. stores (Continued On Page 6, Cot. I) to city police. one of a power The It-year-oM was appreohPftdfld In District. t. which la In High !Indicated strongly Tun-
minder A similar ceremony from 9 to 10 Saturday morningIn yesterday .lemoon the area around Mulberry. day night his Intentlona to run
I Dick Pope Sr., owner of was held at Denison duringthe observance of MemorIaI I I after heI.. a Pest and Lonalc M'Olland edged Al again. and Kelly met Sunday In

I Cypress Gardens; Roger past week with (layman DayThe Vanzant Joins NewsChiefBuoM moter docked on Lake :'annon, Young 1,712 to 1,439. WlUatoa with hi* supporters

Clapp. president of the Exchange making the award Another closing will coincide with He WM n"l"I on Bprnlg Burn piled up nearly a I',- to discuss future pltnt for the
Nations Bank of Win. award program) it scheduledat Memorial services to be con- Lake, two lake cart of Lake 000 over Robert King stab wide orgintntlon which!
ter Haven; William Maclnnea, the Lake Alfred Junior High conducted by Frlersoa NlcJiols Vanzani. farmer Winter play advertising ataff, Pe eBulll-, Cannon, 49 mlnutea after' theM margin he captured virtually missed putting him In the runoff

president of Tampa Electric School Friday in connection American Legion Post Haven realdom. ha*boon appointed .> van, advertising manager a theft was reported.The I High all ae of Kelly's first primaryvote with Burnt by only 1.200
Co. and Dick Griffin president to the Dally JI." *-Cblel dlaJOT5S -> nounced boat and motor be. vote.
In the runoff The Jack
lunged to Malcolm who Burna. rampalgnedonatlrong
of the Exchange National Pope .
racked 11,
Vaunt, with lit. wife June tonvttlc mayor up
Bank of Tampa, will be tilepanell.t. live on E: Lake C'anrxin Dr. tltnd against the civilright
and Mil
before
The Congress
second plus
14
.. youth a yearoM
n lUlled from Onurlo' .,.he was Burns.
la the first primary,
A Clewia Howell. presidentof ? who bad run sway from pledge* to build new highway
the advertlatng of he(
the Greater Tampa Chamber mu Wing am A4vance manager.Tlme*. lilt .borne in the northwest (Continued On Pigs I, Cot 4) (Continued. On Pate I, CoL 4)

of Commerce, wiu welCootianied section of town, wai found

( On Page 6. CoL 1) Prior to going back to Caaada early. this mofnlng with a
stolen aid Murdock Former Havenite
here be was orlcjMUy! from, motorcycle over
I in IM1, Vinuni was aeverMetugmanager V J In caah The m tore,... ,

Dundee Citrus for Derry 811t".IIIp. and money were tak".. from .

ply Inc. H* also handled public Honda ef Winter Ha'M, niet
relation fur the Greater 1110 Inter Ave. O. NW after p. young Wins Hardee Sheriff RunoffNewton

I Haven Home B U<1ra A'lI oeU- per bad broken >nto the

Growers MeetThe Unit don. 152. He worked for Shell Oil
If Murduck, former
Doth have lit referred
I boys -I and Standard OH before joiningthe
Winter resident, and Florida
I He served a* program chairman lo the Juvenile. Home laBartew Haven Florida Highway\ patrol la .
Patrol defeated
and publicity ehalrmaa far Their 1 aamet wen not Highway trooper 157
40th annual meeting of 1 1t the local LION! Chub He I I. also released because ,4 their vrteraa Hardee County
-
Dundee Citrus Grower Mice a former member ofIheJaye**., .,". Sheriff E Udell Cartton yesterday
elation Class A stockholder* Vanxani stalled advurHalac an the runoff primary by

was held yesterday and all offjcert r and commercial art 'la Toronto Man Wanted ahneet I lo I

and directors reelected. and. W'jrkud .In Hie e4vertlai f Murdntk lot 2.ft* votea bCaRo.'a
another nell in Itronto sad New York .
for year. Ull He bad ale!
befor> Aral to winter
Officers reelected were moving tea first M the May I prt
Robert H. Webb. presidentand Kan In IH4. Here nary by a stroller msrgtoMerdock. .
|(. i I' a veteran oft.eCaaa treasurer Joe E Keefe.biecutive who Mve. In Wan
"
vice president andaecretarymanager ibis wM Wa wife, the former
William 1 man charged with atcal- M let Christine. Oreen of Winter.
lug MOO from a lol l aervicettatloo
vice Haven and their three daughter
L Raley. lint president
John E Olson, second vice Health Offices where he worked la *, carried W of III,..'. II
being held la Eu'Jc: Ore ,
arectacU, !HID, only CarHeo'i
president and Mabel L Dews,
assistant aecretary-treafurer. Closes Friday according to CuMI.'>lc Leon Iaom.prHilM1.
I Thornioa. CarMM bas been sheriff for
Director In addition to Webb Joseph Henry II .a, who the U Murdock
All
office of the Polk Met year
jRaley and Olson\ are lUrtey'B County Health DoHrUaent used the aaav U.'14 ..*?* who bee been a trooper for ...

I Aaglc. Oscar GoUch. Lewis .w. wffl be cleacrf Frt4 f m obeervneve Taybr .... he WI' J. Winter en pear. reugaed to ruo forUM

Maeey Jr Elsie ConncO ADYIRTtSWO DCPARTVtirr ftodd Vaaaat .,Bud, haa been appotatcd to tile ef Meaaavtel Day Ma..... wee arras<. by K. abenff .poet &iI
MJteheU and Henry
lane C t
Dally Vcwa-Ckief display adrerttatnc a afl! Dr James Caeao. aUrector of0V gloss pekes when same to The Me" Mr and Mr Mar

: L Smith A gunner. rest isni of "u'r Rave be reformed here from Ontario..... to was a4verttelac > Kea. Defartanect. laid tine ,.. ........ 'got his Ua MaHuek of Dundee R.md.

The meeting was held ia ttaCoatiancd manger of HM wwcbam Advnce.Tim* wxfe Tanza are, frw1.R, XeMk Ray, Dell today The office wfi reopen wife out of jail Jill' bad been the afcertff elect graduated from

( Ol Page .. Cot I) Bailey and Pete suiiivan advertUing maaagtr. Me day moralBg u HtuaL charged with boa drunk Winter Haven High School la K, 'JIf': H. MURDOCHhd : :



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I The Citrus SceneBy |The Weather-Local, State And Nationa]. Roosevelt Wins First I




JACK GURNBTT Elective Position I
The Florida CHrai Reporter r 0 7f)


YESTERDAY JU8TSTAHTBR reports, data charts, graphs, reason or another though _.. 1 / 7 1tt MIAMI UPD-Ellkrtt) ROOM tioti in Texas and Colorado out.
many of wMch never saw the there la no mention of H i in ; i41.\!' \ volt who started politick' in had never run in a public elect I
A lot of ui were glad t to we light of ..,. the laws, baa always Wt tfcet IAN and won his first elective :on, be said
yesterday-the runoff primaryda But, when the Florida Citrus It could not buy advertising office last night called on Flora He called on Florida Demo. I
> come and go, sod the Commiaaion begins meddling soaee in Florida newspapers Ida Democrats ai the new national crate to "organise on a pro.chrct -
complete: wrap-up of all the with the consumer advertising In a general manner, althoughIt tti\ committeeman today toorgaaia -precinct basis to Insure.
result will be found in this it la touching an extremely has on some special oeca- :, r IM "precinct by precinct" a landslide victory' for *e Demoratlc "

edition.Bu sore spot Many pen- tons, little of It actual "..eUin. for an assault on the GOP party in November.
anyone who kids him pie think that the commis pitches," more of the Roosevelt, 53-year-old son of He said the state has voted
aelf by believing that Just be sion's principal if not Its only Institutional type. the late President Roosevelt, Republican in the last three
cause we have Democratic function Is advertising merchandising On the other hand, I con '.. won the committeeman post presidential elections nod that
nominees for the governor'i promotion and tend there is a big, untouched from a 14.man field, running upa "the future of Florida dependson
office and United States seas consumer publicity but in market for Florida citrus solid victory margin a great Democratic: victory
tor the primary wins were later years it has developedinto right here In the state. Not Latest returns, with 2,129 of this fall"Piano

tantamount to more or lets a many-headed organization every consumer has orange 4KL\a7 2J79 precincts: reported, gave
automatic election come November and/or grapefruit trees In the .. 4. Roosevelt 117 JT9 votes to>> 63,-
better take another It Is now authorized to collect backyard, or as in my case, 0 tea for his nearest rival in the Pupils To
look around.No an excise tax of nine a good orange grove backingup OAII big field, Richard A. Baker of
longer can the phrase, cents on every standard box to my property line, both ) Jackionville Third man was
his win in yesterday's sec or 90-pound equivalent of oranges Temples and Valencias. Sti JItc/4/iRt James (Jimmy) James of Mi
ond primary la tantamount to as an advertising levy Then, too, all Florida newspapers \ s7.1'l c ami. Have AuditionsFourteen
election," hold good for offices -but according to the best information including this one, are .. In a four-way rare for Democratic
at the date and national I can get today, the read by natives, newcomersand SCATTERED committeewoman, Mrs piano pupils of
levels. It just doesn't work out percentage from this ad tax tourists, and the fact that the New England states SHOWERS and the-- Scattered Appalachians.showers are Fair forecast weather for the Rocktei, the Far West, Annette Baker of Clearwater Billy Mulllna Smith of Winter

that way Florida bat grown going to consumer advertising, every market has a big freezer predicted for the rest of the nation.upper with warm temperatures are Beach was the winner with a Haven have registered candidates -
so fast In the last decade, such as magazines, TV, radio case with concentrates and total I of 119,469 votes second- for membership in the
bringing into the state peopleof and newspapers or what the other such products! Indicatesthe LOCAL OUTLOOKFew place Ann M. Cramer of West national'/ Fraternity of Music-
varying political beliefs, ad agency would call commlssionsble product does move-a nd Florida Zones widely scattered showers TemperaturesBy Hollywood who had 95,700. fans and will take part in the
that the two party state is not billing, will ap the commission's purpose Is through tomorrow. High Republican Congressman William national auditions Thursday. <
far from realization, or so the proximate 481 per cent or to>> move more product. Panhandle C. Cramer of St. Petersburg The auditions, held in 600
Low 70
90 to 94. tonight
experts UU us. about $4,075,000 of the overall And I certainly can appreciate Partly cloudy today, tonight to today 75. Easterly winds 5 to 12 United Prets International Low won the post of Republican centers across the country,are
You who supported Senator take. For next year the pro the reluctance of Florida and Thursday with isolated High national committeemanover sponsored by the National Guild
miles hour. . . .
Holland in his first primary jection is that, based on the media to publish free mostly afternoon and evening per Albuquerque 54 111 Albert Roberts, also of of Piano Teachers,which start
. . . .
Atlanta 89
63
win over an oft-defeated current estimates of the crop, handouts-which are not spot thunder showers. High today St. Petersburg, 57.309 votes to ed the program In 1989.
. . .
and the winner which can only be educated news-for the commissionwhen Five Birmingham 66 91 38,371 with 2,009 precincts count. Mrs Smith's students will
Brailey Odhim, ForecastFive
88 to 96 low tonight 62 to 70 Day
,
Boston . . . . . . 64 19
It seek state, national and Inter-
in yesterday's gubernatorial guessing at best, consumer feels that It needs no North ed. Helene M. Morns of Sara-
Chicago . 60 81 national honors
runoff, have still got a media will get only 40 per cent paid advertising Florida. day forecast for peninsular sots won the GOP committeewoman's which the organization -
Fair through High
Thursday. Cleveland . . . . 58 79 confers on the basis
lot of work to do between now of the take, or roughly $3- today 85 to 90 on the beaches Florida beginning 7 p.m. Denver . . 49 64 race over Mrs. Frances of performance.

and the November elections 000,000. LOOK FOR CHANGES to 90 to 94 Inland. Low tonight tonight and ending 7 p.m. Mon Detroit . . . . . 57 84 Salmon of St. Petersburg, The national entries are
Some of us might like to feel While the original act setting Now that Yarns Bryant is a day: 53,876 votes to 34,718, also with
. . .
lame 65 to 70. Variable winds S to Jacksonville 68 92Kansas Christie Alexander, Ann Griffith -
that yesterday settled the up the commission in duck governor with only Temperatures will average 2,009 precincts reported
. . .
12 miles per hour City 62 90 Pattl Edwards, Katy Kendrick -
Issues in the governor's race, 1935 was superseded by the a little more than six monthsto normal to 3 degrees above nor- Roosevelt who said he startedhis ,
NorthwestFair Loa Angeles . . . 52 64 Jeff Moseley,Steve Sutherland -
but Jest Hain't so. Horlda Citrus Code of 1949, serve although he will mal. Normal maximum in the80's political career as a pageat
through Thursday. Miami . . . . 70 63 Candace Reel ell 1 c k,
Of course, In the county "tie prime purpose as out have the Job of naming or and normal minimum In the 1924 Democratic national
Miami Beach . 75 80 and Claudia
lined In the to the renaming six members to the High today 90 to 94, low tonight the 60's. Minor to convention Jeanne Lyle
races where there is no Republican preambles day day promised that
Twin Cities . . . n 12 Hemenwsy. State entry Is Jane
candidate the term act la to "provide funds to commission! as June I-look 65 to 70. Variable winds changes. Precipitation light to henceforth "the post of Demo
entries
New Orleans . . . 67 90 Kendrick, International
'tantamount to election" is promote the sale and use of for some rather startling 5 to 12 miles per hour. moderate with wide variationsIn cratic national committeemanwill
New York . .. .. 65 82 ate Margaret Smith and Patsy
Northwest
applicable. Florida citrus." changes In the modus opera widely scattered showers no longer be an honorarypost.
Orlando . . 64 90 McHale, who are diploma candidates -
But it off andl of the commission. Wish Few widely scattered showers mainly south portion of state .
OBJECTIONS TO BUDGET gets on tangents Philadelphia . .68 80 I proposed to perform asa and Ann Stephenson
The action of the budget Right DOW there is a special I could tell you more right otherwise fair weather through, Thursday and over most Phoenix . . . 64 98 political leader within the and Bruce Connor.
committee of the Florida Citrus committee studying the possibility now, but you will get it hereas through Thursday High today of state over the weekend. Raleigh .. . . . 64 85 party organization"
Commission, which will of putting up $100,000- it develops from time to 85 to 90 on the beaches to 92 St. Louis . . . . .64 87 Roosevelt has held party post- FuneralGERALD
probably be approved by a plus for a pro golf tournament time. inland Low tonight 65 to 70. NAACP Slops San Francisco 55 61

full commission meeting tomorrow with the name "OJ Variable winds 5 to 12 miles Seattle . .. . .. 49 7Z Portuguese L. LITTLE
in cutting back on Special" suggested-referrlnj per hour. Planned March Tamps . . . . 68 91 Funeral services for Gerald
what is generally known as to the "OJ" mark registeredby 2 Gl's KilledIn Central Washington . . . 68 84 Invites UN Luther Little 60. of 620 Ave.
consumer media advertis the commission for Flor Few widely scattered show SPRINGFIELD III (UPI-) 0, NE; who died Monday

ing"-that is the advertising ida use only and to signify ers. Otherwise fair weather The Illinois Branch of the National LISBON (UPI) The Portuguese morning in Houston. Tex., will
Association for the Advancement
aimed directly at the consumer "the real thing from Florida." through Thursday High today government invited be held tomorrow morning at

urging the purchase of This writer disagrees with War GamesNEEDLES 90 to 94, low tonight 65 to 70. has indefinitely of Colored postponed People FUNERAL THIEF United Nations Secretary General 19( o'clock from the OttLaughlin -
Florida fresh and processedfruit some of the commission staffon Variable winds S to 12 miles a OAKLAND, Calif. (UPI) Alone Thant Tuesday to pay a Funeral Home Chapel with
planned march to the tomb of
Is bound to bring one big the value of a golf tournament hour. walked solemnlyInto African
Calif (UPI) per Abraham Lincoln. gunman visit to the Portuguese the Rev. R. H. Malcolm pastor
bunch of complaints. publicity-wise. We SoothWidely Truman's Funeral Home at territories of Angola and of the Southside Baptist
Exercise Desert Strike took NCAAP leaders said the
While we haven't seen the think that $100.000.plul, devoted and took $800
scattered showers noon Tuesday Mozambique to Investigaterebel
Burial will
Church officiating
,
the lives of two more soldiers group had been unable to fill
actual budget figures ss yet, to grocery page newspaper Tuesday the ninth and through Thursday. High today out its scheduled program for from an open life, $40 from charges! of oppression follow in Oaklawn Cemetery.
we are told that the media advertising advertising space in the mid-80't, low tonight 70 to 75. the march which was to mark employes of the home and It was the fourth invitation Friends may call at the
tenth to die In the mock
men :
Is cut back some proper markets, would reach war since maneuvers started Easterly winds 8 to 12 miles the birthday of the late President about $360 from a dozen mourners made to Thant In the past six Ott.Lauehlln Chapel from 5 to9pm
$1,000,000 under the current more people and certainly hour attending a funeral months.
per .
season. bring the industry more mileage 10 days ago. KelWld.I Kennedy tonight

The reasons? Well, first We might even concede A total of 20 have died In scattered showers S - - - - -1------ - - - rr --,rrrrrrrrr -
,
there Is the anticipation the that with a proper buy of accidents either directly or Indirectly through'Thursday High today I---------------------------------- -----i
orange crop will not exceed time this money could be bet connected with the
87 to 92 low tonight 65 to 70
75,000,000 boxes-which is the ter used In a good TV tietp. exercise since preparationsfor i .'
Varlabl! winds 5 to 12 miles
figure used by the commission But all personal prejudice the giant operation started hour ,. 1 rp. 1I
-and that the crop of aside, I think that newspaper In February Most of the per
grapefruit will be In the grocery page ads will do the deaths happened In traffic accidents I "You Don't Have :
neighborhood of 30 million beat Job of any media. \.

boxes. Disagreeing with the com The latest victims! were Pfc Vietnamese 1 1
Then there Is the demand mission staff and even the Jerry C Lodwlck, 24, Kalama-
from all sides for more research commission as a whole, Is no too Mich, and Pfc. Douglas I
-in fact the sum of novelty for this writer. Over C Hsrpern Tallahassee Fla., To Be A

$10,000 to $12,000 II being the years I have disagreed on both with the lit Tank Bat Resume War 1 1
allotted, actually to "survey various projects, such ss the talion of the 2nd Armored Division -
the surveys" that have been nonsensical "Sell Florida stationed at Ft. Hood, 1 1
made in the past. First" deal put over by -an Tex. SAIGON, Viet Nam (UPI) JUNE BRIDE.

Over the years the com Orlando ad agency man, which Both were in sleeping bags The government turned Its attention . I
mission has spent $25,000 on has cost the Industry m o r ethan back to the war against
Parker Arts. when
a
near
this survey, $40,000 on another $40,000 this year. Several Communist guerrillas today,
and maybe $100,000 or members of the commissiontold tank ran over them. bolstered by the participationof : .q, :. ,
More than 100,000 men continued
so on something else along me I was nuts, that I millions of Vietnamese In a, : .)
to test U.S.
the same line. It Just paid out didn't appreciate what couldbe maneuvers peaceful celebration of Bud 1 1
$115,000 for a survey and done in Florida by this military rcodmess. turning a dha's birthday. ,

recommendations on the entire man soliciting free space, but huge desert area Into a battleground Throughout the war torn . Nor A ... 1I

operation of the commis lilt week these same men Southeast Asian nation, Buddhists 'I)' m .' '
sion. This new survey wouldbe were the first to vote to terminate commemorated the birth 1I
to find out what had been the deal next month- Dobrynin of the "enlightened one' with JUNE GRAD"k
determined The files at the after the first year-saying religious ceremonies and proCessions : 1
Lakeland headquarters should that the results had not come WASHINGTON (UPISo) Tuesday In an official
be crammed and packed with through as outlined in glib viol Ambassador Anatoly F. government holiday 1 1
promises, Dobrynin conferred for half It was the first government
I have always had a feeling an hour Tuesday with Llewel sanctioned celebration of the 1 1
DILCO ATTINIKS,. that politics, dictated from lyn E Thompson the State date since France conqueredthe 1 1I
DtLCO SMOCKS Tallahassee were involved In Department's Russian affairs area almost loo years ago>>
DELCO IONITIONS.Machln this deal I can't It. told t 1
I prove specialist Dobrynin newsmen
Shop tirvlo That $40,000 plus would have the meeting was to arrange Goodwill Industries has been 1 1

VAUGHN t WRIGHT bought a lot of newspaper details of a forthcoming described as"a non-profit enterprise 1 1I

. .4274 grocery page ads visit by a Russian hydroelectric with a heart" as it trains
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IfDOKAHUE-raKKEPLESHETIE- ttUIN election. will oppose Republican I Add $25.00 or more to year present LAKE REGION lANK levies I II
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Incumbent Sen J. Howard Ed. the Oklahoma Legislature and place setting art ovailoble for just $2.35 sack when you II
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JAMESGRtuOKYj3 sijonR;:kSCK.'MWw': ;m U'NNAVIS0'< ** term In a stunning upset 24 year last year. resigned after as Kerr's governor I .0: All Day Too!

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WINTER HAVEN DAILY NEW&CHEE-WINTER HAVEN, FLORIDA



-Winter- Haven Daily News-Chief Today's THE PEDDlER Television In ReviewBy I

w. I. RYNMSON, M!.w-MM. >.'
JOHN w. RVNfRSON A.i..... .. *. oMM.r RICK W BROW The award for outstanding

- --,.iiMI**.* daily. (;>..; S.tvrtl; I-1oy> ... Whiter H.... CommentaryBy Itatted Press I4.rMtiMialHOLLYWOOD NBC tor single in performance a leading role by went an ar to

PwWloldaq G. IM.. II-*-Ir1- -t nt/-, N.W.. WIM.r .H., .... '* *'. ._ TVa lam awards(UPI show) went Jack Klugman for portrayme

CHARLES OOSHOKN 4V.it.r.l M.rnj.r_ PHIL NEWSOM jii Monday night despite a boy a performer unable to find

JACK IIAHAN -- --:-- A....,.t. Wile UPI Fwriffl Newt An*!?** :r eel by the two other networks work because of past political

-- -- ----- Since 1164 the United Mate and shored up by a brave affiliations The Television
I'ETfAJSULLIVAN .........'111. Me*..** hat known what it wanted tor : Kr1OCKb a i"1 ItNMUh meaningless, turnout of Academys award for this per

NATIONAL'AOVMWIN4V rtC* tl NUTIVEIrw --- Laos but not how to lit It. ten Sun tern. tuxedos and trayal in the Blacklist episode 1

"' .n".n I ...."I.t.'. Ct1 l .9*, III. In that same 10 years. the ell-known faces are not neces of "The Defenders" indicated
_ Communist and their Laailanrm airily equivalent with what Isntki its bleb about the once

Ent.r.d Nicen the Patbet Lao alas heft explosive issue This feelingwas

__ known what they wanted! and The ceremonies hosted in emphasised when Klugman
have pursued with success a New York by E. G Marshall received sustained applause
:& MEMttft AUDIT IURCAU line alternating between miU. and in Hollywood by Joey Bishop upon accepting his statuette

OF CIRCULATIONS. tary pressures and the propaanda were reasonably smooth In Furthermore television's too!
._.. forum afforded by International the technical department and top-rated .series. "The BeverhHillbillies' '
YYIY conference obviously and understandably, and Bonania." got

-- MEMIER The United Statet li on record (P 'rss' mean: a great deal to the winners the brusboff In addition "The
Activ M.mt.r UNITED PRESS INTERNATIONAL aa laying that It will not But the underlying emptiness Making of the President I960
NATIONAL EDITORIAL Th. United ,..., I li ntitld t. th. ss. eland by and see Laos the lira of the proceedings was represented a rare victory for
ASSOCIATION (.r publlctieil .f .ll local new prut tegte heart of Southeast Asia, emphasiced even by the show a Hollywood-produced documentary
.d In ski n ***" *i well II *ll DPI' to and for
ItM N.wi Diir.tclioi.ADVERTISINS turned over to the Communist which almost kidded itself an independent
But at time goes by, with death by wrongly, and often documentary maker David
DEADLINE two-third* or more of Laos now heavy.handedly. airing the In. Wolper. Two of the networks
-
CLASSIFIED I DEPARTMENT: in Communist hindi, the choice dO dustry'i dirty linen again to a CBS and NBC are loath to accept
I* the W.fd: I P.M. '..i'u. D.y ly .h. 'Inch I P.M. Pr.vlout bay. and public that probably doesn't outside produced news
l.a.l Notices DEPARTMENT I PM ',..iogi Day Sunday Edition D.dlin.l Friday more seems distressingly to become limple more aL ,, a15r JDRp7 care that much about it anyway documentaries
DISPLAY )
Sunday Edition I P.M. Thurid.y; Monday Ed tion I P.M. Fridiy; Either the United States can 4 7 w ..AUDIY2t' As usual the material of
Tuotd.y Ed<.>on-Neo S.turd.y: W.dn.id.y, Thursday and Frid.y admit that Us policy In Lane "TSat. Was the Week ThatWas' This Friday, which would
Edit oil-I PM Two Days I.. Ad.*nc*, has been a failure or it can took the cake for crudity have been President Kennedy
- -- Laos and witlessness, tastelessness 47th birthday Jacqueline Kennedy '
send to
U.S. troops
Member S.utK.rn Newspaper PublnK.rt Ass.ciation! !
M.mb.f Florid. ,.... Anecl.ti.n. thus risk the possibility of a 11 and banality Robert Kennedy and Edward '
-- --- head-on clash with Red China. There were even misleading Kennedy will join in a
SUBSCRIPTION HATES The United States dilemma remarks tending to Insinuate live transatlantic telecast with
Iv C.rn.r .. M.iI I become the more unpleasant that all those who find huge former British Prime Minister
year. $1120: 4 month, |t,10: I months $4.ISj; I ", .nth, (I.SSiw..kly I ; holes In the present Emmy"glv. Harold Macmillan West Berlin
in the of the positions
light
II t.nti. Snql. C.pi.n D.ily, I c.nti. ; Sunday, 10 t.nti
--- .-- -- .- taken by the Soviet Union and ing structure and process are Mayor Vllly Brandt and Irish
TELEPHONE CY,.... Hit I France both of whom have de. against the awards altogether Prime Minister Sean Lemass

dared themselves In favor of a This is not so; a revamping of in a discussion of the late

recall of the 14-nation Geneva the I Idiotic I I categormg and Chief Executives legacy The

A Thought For Today conference which In 1962 established nominating procedures is whatis scheduled half-hour program
Laotian neutrality being sought By an irony will be carried by CBS n

The United States opposes Monday night CBS.TV, one of starting at 4:30: p.m? EDTMemories

"BlR ed be the God and Father of our Lord such a recall on the groundsthat the boycotting networks, received
the most Emmys, 13,
the mechanics of enforcement
Jesus Christ (the Messiah) who hath blessed us with
,
of Laos neutrality already with the Dick Van Dyke and
aM (every) ipirttual! (Holy Spirit) given blessing in exist in the original Geneva The Danny Kaye shows, and "The

the heavenly realm in Christ." Eph. 1:8God' accords Lighter Washington WindowBy Defenders series, leading the
But with too much talk and way By another Irony, ABC. 20 YEARS AGO
to
worthiness of praise leads us always give Sue Schock 6th
too little action, the United TV the other boycotter won grade pupilin
Him preeminence in all things.-Dr. Albert L. Carnett States' also runs the danger of SideBy LYLE ..:'. WILSON cellorsville and the part playedin the program-of) -the.year Emmyfor the Central Grammar
new application of the "paper Untied Press International that bloody engagement by "The Making of the President School, was awarded the
tiger" tag used by the Red Chinese The Daughter of the Confed the VMI cadets who fought un 1960," a documentaryabout Good Citizenship medal by the
to ridicule U.S. military erscy in their devotion to a der the Confederate flag If the the late President Kenne Ponce de Leon Chapter of the
News Chief Editorials determination DICK WEST lost cause will have no reason nation to which the Presidentwas .dy's election campaign Daughter of the American

A show of US force which United Press International to complain against President referring was the United It was a pity that such notable Revolution

sent American (troops Into Thailand WASHINGTON (UPI The Johnson conception of Civil States, the Lexington speech achievements as "The 10 YEARS AGO
and the U.S. 7th Fleet Into "Emmy" Awards program Monday War history and its heroes a* record should be corrected to Making of the President 1960," Bordo Product Inc. Winter

It's Over . the Gulf of Siam In 1962 presumably night included a flashbackthat he stated it last week at Lexington show that at Chancellorsville "The Kremlin," "The Saga of Haven, was among 14 Florida
gave viewer a retrospec Va on May 2.4, 1863, the VMI Western Man "American firms receiving contract from
influenced the Communists
The shouting and tumult has subsided until against a threat then to live look at the early days of The President spoke at dedication cadets and other Confederate Revolution of '63' and "Town the U.S. Government

November. Actually in our state we have virtually! overrun the whole Of Laos television ceremonies for the under Lee and Jackson disastrously Meeting of the World' had to 5 YEARS AGO
Some viewer may have concluded George C. Marshall Research defeated Gen Joe be associated with More than 1,000 entries had
elected a Governor He I is Haydon Burns. lie will But there Is considerable even an
a* I did that television Library at the Virginia MiU Hooker and his Army of the over.all trivial event But been received in the Crusadefor
serve for a period of two years and will\ then have the doubt that such a show would ha* changed amazingly little in tar)' Institute. About four year Potomac within this event there even Driving Safety slogan
were
Influence the Communists
privilege of running for a four-year term. You can without now, the past 10 or 15 year. The ago Johnson, with his eye on It Is no reflection on their some items of note For instance contest as the deadline rapidly .
particularly any re the White (House, was project. recall that when
prevailing attitude toward television courage to
him to start for that next term. : approached
expect running today straining force from the Soviet Inj a Western image
however, has changed a freedom faltered at Chancel -----
And you can expect his followers to be right in there Union and If they really have great deal. The 1960 presidential nomina lorsville, the VMI cadet were

pitching for him for they too will\ want to enjoy favors made up their minds When television set first began lion eluded LBJ. As John F. fighting ti lead the nation not ON YOUR TELEVISION DIAL
With Russian influence practically to appear in American Kennedy. running mate, John. to victory but to defeatAlmanac,
for lix yeari. eliminated In Laos and homes, many of us parents laid IOn resumed being a Southerner
In some respects that was an extremely hard- with the Red Chinese runningthe down firm guidelines: a* to how assigned to hold Dixie WD.O.TY WFLA.TY WFTY.TY WTYT.TYClio.
...
.
S Channel E h..1 Y Ch..1 IICis
show the Communists' own JFK
fought election. Things were said that could have they were to be used NIC AIC CSSOrlad.

been left unsaid. Accusations were made without too Immediate ta doubt intentions also. >remain permit Some our of us children said, ,"We to watch only itary In his Institute speech, at Johnson Virginia called Mil Tempe 0........ T....,.

much foundation and in some instanced proved quite Not always clearly pointedout television for due hour a day /a select roll ..flf US military 'NIGHT
false. Foreigners would surely get the impression that in news dispatches Is the and under no circumstances is heroe By United Press International Wednesday .M 21Y
fact that whatever' the final decision It to Interfere with their homework 'Listen' ," he aid, "to the Today I i. Wednesday, May 27,
our state was about to( fall apart-it isn't just the for Laos, the stake remains ." roll of some of those great the 148th day of 1964 with 218 ':Oo.-N..... News. Spires. N..,. WeoMn Puho N...

American way of doing things. It's much better than the whole of Southeast Other laid, "We look over name*-warrior* In war and to follow. 4th '..... W'th.r Weafh.r Edit..i.I, Sp'" h...., W'thn

bullets. So now relax for a few months and enjoy a Asia the schedule every day and (like Marshall)) apostles In The moon I I. approaching its "IO-CIS News N.e N.ws A.e News CIS New.a,41CIS .
New. N.e H.w N.w.. W.Hh.r News
pick out the program* our chil. peice-name* which ring; last quarter. CIS _

vacation from browbeating dren may watch They are not across the centuries of our his 7:0o-Gl.. Rnrn D..th Volley Ch..n.. Lucy Show
allowed to watch anything we tory with that tingle theme: The morning star is Saturn 711'-01. Meves D..th V.II.y Cheyenne Lucy Show
Letters To don't approve of." George Washington Andrew The evening star I I. Venus 7JOo-T.. M..fin'. Th. Virginian. Cheyenne. Town. M.etinq
Russians Won't Pay . It has been a long time sine Jackson, Robert E. Lee Douglas On this day in historyIn 7:45.f the W.leI Th. Virginian. Ch..n.. .f the World! .

The Russians have announced that they won't I have heard any pronouncements MacArthurn George Marshall -. 1860 Giuseppe Garibaldi 1:00-Town Moofin'. The Vi"inl.n. '.tt., Duke- Tease. Me.rinq
The EditorDear of that sort What hear Dwight David Eisen Invaded Sicily with one thou
I 1:11.f: eke World The Virginian. Shaw .f tho World1:30Tighh.p.
ruble the .6 million in their "
$52
single .
pay a on arrears hover sand "Red Shirts' and cap. .
now are colloquies that run : The Virginian The F.,"' .. Ireadway
U.N Congo and Middle East accounts. formal statement something like this: Robert E. Lee I hmmmmmm tured Palermo in his drive to :45-Tiht..p. Th. Virginian. Duhter Goes loin.
Editor;: Lee certainly belonged in that take over the kingdom of Na. - "- _
was issued by the Soviet delegation stating'that The sacrifice of Mielo will select list But would a North. pie*. /:0p-H111bilf.: ;Seofterd B.. Casey HdlbUlbr
all of this action was illegal and that they have no prove nothing that has not been Why don't you kids go watch ern statesman Include him if ls-Hillbilli... Shaw ten C..y Hillbillies
television JOo-Dick VIII O.k. J. Stafford. Roe Casey Dick VIII Dpi.
proven-except that his dog'sowm'r In 1937, one-week celebra :
a
he to GAB
intention of paying anything toward keeping the were speaking a
"There Is :4I-Oick Vie Dyke Sh.w No" C..y Dick Vu Dyk.10:000aney
nothing good
can do it also There on picnic. lie would not of course tion marked the opening of the ,
peace. There you have it. What will be done about it? would, it seems to me be lit. "Oh, come now There must There was more The Preal. Golden Gate Bridge over San : K.yo The I Ilk Hour Check".t. Danny. Kay.IONSDanny .

Our guess like yours-nothing. tie chance of an amateur makIng be something you could watch." dent said It was appropriatethat Francisco Bay Kayo The I 11th Hoar Check".t. Danny. Mayo
about a successful recovery. And Two of the juvenile member the research library be 10JOo-D..y. Kayo The I 11th Hour Checkmate Danny IC..,.
the the whole situation Is
But worst part of household In 1941 after of The I 11th Hour .
If not the dog will die of starvation my are survivor looted the VMI cadets, a pursuit 10:45-Duny Kaye Checkmate Danny Kay.I
the defiance of this nation of the U.N chatter which or slow luffocation of the regulated era of television among that 1,700 miles four British battleships lOo-N.- -S; ;. ;
explaining : I : Wt New.Cne. Howe. h.",
plainly states that every nation must keep up its But what of the other dogs in The third came along after Before the Battle of Chancellorsville torpedoed and lank the"' 1115-h.rt. W'fh.r Tenight Sh.. E't.i.I, WYt.r WYhn. E't.i.1
dues and must its of actions voted the this city that are relegated 'to all the wrap were off It I* Stonewall Jackson German battleship "Bismarck. I 11:30-TIm.tr..l Tonight. Sh.. Late Show Surfiide I
part on .
pay outer space Why no plea for interesting to observe the contrasts said 'The men of Virginia Military In 1954, more than 100 crewmen "11:45-, the Stan Teniqht Shew Late Show Suhid. S
floor of the organization. If not within few were killed and 200 ID
paid a them Next door to us is a poor Institute (serving in the
weeks the country is to be suspended! and cannot (fellow who paces a 3 foot by The older two, both girls, Confederate rank) will be Jured In an explosion aboardthe Thursday MORNING May 28
S foot pen day after day yearIn have reached the ages of 14 and heard from today' U.S. aircraft carrier Ben.nington'
until This should be hard
vote arrears are paid. a
B without off Rhode Island
year out. Often he whinesor compiling a police President Johnson then addedon
and fast rule but we rather doubt if the U.N. will wails a lonely wail Once in record I conclude from this his 7:000-Wak..u Today Sh.w G..cI Day
own. 7:11M..I. Today Show N... Geed. Day
make it stick for it I is infiltrated with too many red a great while the owner give that they benefitted from the "Throughout our history 7IOo-W.k..U, Today Show Michie E..... Geed. Day
sympathizers. Another guess and only one, who will him a real break-he leta him policy The of limited televiewing when the day was In doubt A thought for the day-Florentine 7:45-: M..I. Today Sh.w .' Evans. Good. Day
younger one a boy has statesman Machiavellisaid
out for a few' precious mo and freedom seemed to falter
straighten up this account-you, the good American mental! Then back to the dungeon had unrestricted access to television Uie vole of VMI has helped "Fortune I I. the arbiterof Oo-c.t.i" Today Sh.. Micbe Erana. C.pt.i"
citizen. where he will become alive set since infancy He has -lead the nation to victory." half of our actions, but she :11- Kaegaroo Today Sh.w Micki. E...., IC.......
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liisane dug treatment But where of the Battle of Chan _
are the cries for this dog been deeply Influenced in other OOo-A".i.1II: T.4.y' M..i. h..ct. M..in. Med.ii .
DAILY CROSSWORD If you want a dog-if you love way .:1 Histery "Reque'a Careeerflte "ln4i.n..li
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I While World's Fairing, There Are Many Other Sights And Sounds I



By JACK BEAHAN in the Broadway area. ........ Parking at the lairthere
Aweele/e E4Mr being south Eighth and Sixth are spaces for :20! (IH N'' I rIM \ !+
The twill problems that discourage north (Stay off Broadway. $ and shuttle hu.,., urn
PMpte thinking about murder). you from your i art<. !ih ''''arrsttrance t
visiting New York-aad who Now. you want to reach the which unit be a "
isn't these days'-are the COM Abbey. which is on Slit St. at Mile or so For tin t ,..ml Is s
of hotel rooms Md the traffic. Be...... Turn left off Iftk AYe. Pavilion, perk near I..t'i 5> .U :
With these obstacles out of at SMk. go erosstown to Sixth, Grand Central : : > : : : .: .' \ ; : , i-"j. : ....
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the U't make a left Urn on Sixth to Those who want inf"r" alh non "" '1 < let.
way just a matter of , ," J '
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picking the dates So I let'i get Slat, then left again, keep oa camping, and tt .ni" r eotct { ,'t. : : '; :" ,' ," : "
them out of the way by stating the left side of street, and in will doubtless! know how t.1 find . \ \ : : : : : :: ..:;>' ,; < .: : 1II :, ;z ....; ,': :,.

that there are scores of hotels a moment, you are there, wondering out Camping magazine! Kill be :. : '; : .:. ,... '1'1. ,"rlJii...." 1 ..,.
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with rates of $10 a night double how you could be so carrying tints or at hut: will l '_" V'i"1'"J.: \ { w.II ." i 1 : i+ '.\;vi ..;..
and a route to get to them clever, For other hotels, draw have directions as to where to : i:: : : / ;!" 1'. .. ,i>" : fit...
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theta no more difficult than yourself a map and work out get information .- = .-
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Sixth St., NW, any 5 p.m. your route, then memorise it. AS tor getting to N, v York t'i \':il '. :: ,:, ,1. ;ili'ii'; t 'I;; "' "iMU: :.' 1,1\\ /- i " ', '
These hotels Some other hotels in the $10 H. ) } ,'. . !\ . 11 i I'I,1"'j' ;... i!!. '\i" '
are virtually all ; \
from Florida, there ar 'v.'ral .. '' ".. (, I\'J" .'V"I', ':f1 : . ,
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in the very heart of Manhattan to $15 a night class include the routes--and of course tfi '<.are : a. ..-..,..... .. ..,.., a ....:. .. .,...,. ...' ' ,,..'., ',,: .: ; I"' ;,: . il'j;..
east of Seventh New Yorker Prince George J ........ .._. '- I t' : ' ,' &I
Ave be- also trains, planes and I use? L : ., .. I .'11't!. :., .
tween 42rd and 52nd Sts, and Manger Windsor Wentworth for those who want to have the ...;.; r"I'' .If. I' .. '
there are guidebooks that list Don't forget, though, that garage driving to somebody -bl' TiJI. ... '..:..J-hH' ,; .
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them Three that come to mind is extra. By car, the threo major ,. !.It. a.:' : \ ... ':.f'toftJ ,; :: : ',q
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are are the Woodstock the As for traveling while in New routes are U. s 301 e' .ch! is ii \ '=:Z : .
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York car Subways !I: :: : : : (:...:: : .:..".. It'- .
Victoria and the Abbey, but never use you the shortest,; or 1"1Yoa\ of the : ; 1.. .., : .. i "" .
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there are many others. II the Long Island Railroad Ocean Highway, or t' 17, \ ,"". ..,i', 'g '. ... "r. .. ;. .. : 1! ."' I
good if not as fancy as the ferries Fifth Ave buses, even which takes travelers rough : ;-.., '. -1 ' 'il; :: :', : 5:' ..'i7... ......;.. '1 .. .!' .. tl:1...!.:..:. '. I'
W.ldorf-Astorl. taxis they're swift and cheap ; .. ':i ,1..1Wiif '" '" .
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where prices. are a little The subway will take you to the attractions - j>a- : !,._ ;" ,"I'J t ;: '
Fair in 17 minutes for 15 cents '' .. .,' 'W: .:t t .'; ., .. "II : f' v,. !I ,.:..
nearer the stars rannah Charleston the aro- ,, ,. \ : ; ,I". .. .. -:? ,
!- '" ... .. .: .: .( It would take 40 to 50 minutes line beaches '..""'" :-.. \00 "'" : : *,
Ai for getting to any of these lUla rr burg : :'I'-.rc: .;. :1
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hotels there's to drive if didn't get lost. Jamestown Yorktown \; '" :'Ii' :\ :: 1 '. ,..1 ," iI! : .
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a way that's so tape .. .-... '.:s.'I'!:: \ ."".. ,-,.' ( t--,
If lost might never Ksttarss and Kitty Hawk, and the .j.H,1, :'! ,t io"'" 'tIC: .. '.',
simple even New Yorkers-who you got you . ... I ; :::.1 ,.. .:I'''' ; I ;':1
have a horror of driving in thecity be seen again Chesapeake Bay Bridge-Tun ..i'l..iI'' ", ...."' u..,;,,;. ;,, ....\\.I.. : 1 i ..:- ,, !,!," ' ...... ,J.J. ( I.. :;.;;.:.:...:.i..::;.':.;,... iWI ... 11
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There is one of Fairgoers nel, 17.6 miles "through" the ... 'cc, .' <... ,0"0 ....... .i :: -s. "f\ '
-can do It. You simply group .' ' ::.. !; !:
which the NEW 1Oi.h"hiLlh: AT NiiR7 ', .i.'u.- )_ _.- ",, -\ .:. 1. -.,'"...I't-.I..i.. ." .. .','"
come Into Manhattan by way however, to ocean Or there ts the Mountain'
of the George Washington driving ban does not apply route via the Blue Ridge Parkway
bridge, turn right on the These are the campers, wheth and Skyline Drive the shenandoah > -I 111,'r i I" ..IJ'' it;., auacn,.:,'
Henry Hudson Parkway which er in tent or trailer. There are Valley and Gett\-burg 'ri om Johnson Wows Joined in 'I II, .' 'ill in. i,aru'1
swoops down the west side of many sites In the New York the longest but certainly the 'to show a plant, r'-.t I \ai<'ntlnr

the island, becoming the Westside area-In New Jersey, in West most scenic i f+ fringed In white lace mblar
Highway after awhile but Chester County, N. Y. along the In New York besides the oned with the wordi "I' S A

without anyone knowing it At Hudson and on Long Island. World's Fair, there are enough Sloe A Plate Loves Lyndon."
57th St simply take the exit Trains, buses and other conventional things to see and do to keep j- / ' I "Thta Is not i partisan din
come down off the elevated transportion would be everyone from going home with diner," Johnson said with abroad

highway into a vast, wide 12th rather costly, so their best bet is money left. There Is, of course grin "It la not a political
Ave, and then turn left or east to drive trusting in the Lord Radio City Music Hall and theRockett. Demo DinersWASHINGTON affair
... No would ever
on an appropriate crosstown on such spiderweb freeways at one ear
street (They alternate east and Van Wyck Expressway, Grand dare leave New York without (tUPll> The
west-50th is east, so compute Central Parkway and the Long going thl're-.or at least no one crowd was hushed the spotlights .
from that), Island Expressway, all of which ever has. were on him and for s "eryiudiWidually
boat around
There ts trip
the fair grounds a
The avenues are also one-way converge on moment President Johnson yours!>

r came as clone II he ever hat

to announcing what everyone OGILVU I I :
knows he will-that he will be

'r I candidate In November 3 Slopto!
-4 The thief Executive spoke
before (000 cheering Demo Hair Homily)

/. 1s 5' N Ie crab Tuesday night at the eon-
elusion of a stir-studded $100, pc'c'inl
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R i ticket "Salute to I President
Johnion In Washington cavernous

National Guard ArmoryAs . . 'I.S/W, / ,,. "
red, white and blue bsl
1'r loons clustered over his head,
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rr Meer. I Johnson aald: OlIUI !Shampoo 'for

This Is a significant mo Tinted and Bleached Hair

A ;PACL( i AP':ULi: DRAW' A DCVY: OF ADMmt RS menl. You art gathering II .r New ConditioningShampoo
one Democratic administration
with Protein
pr ;vtdci It Err m<- Tone -" ," 'n- cfrctr.1l' ; artnone': home draws to a tlo.-.nd si we
way ard r: ,r .:r.Il.n"r! Negro Leaders prepare for another four years" llo.., a$100() .l.... $20()()
r ro Is the Ideal v.:; I rska t lvtrlp ; t ":2: rrW: (:, X I Ming the of Democratic leadership
-"y.j n p:are pn'i! !: : I la!; With an Angel--or A Then his eyes straying from
Interest and there It Ices! chants Dream Came True, his written iprerh JMinson .-. . ) .Sft. . .as..jOgllvi. ,
Lose ControlOf told the crowd "I I hope you're
all going to be with me for
Helling LotionIn
i these years of achievement to
come regaUr f*nmla

had Members That brought the house! down 9t new ftpuchl. ferntul

After a slick two-hour fundraising for gray hairgotf,0
MAIN GATE-TO WONDIRS' OF IHt- WORLDS' I'.lug P-.RI-::: : spectacular, It was the
roomer the party stalwarts :;
Manhattan highly comr-nd- CAMBRIDOF, Mil I (ur) wanted to hear
I. ed (It'll get you off your feet The commander of National It ended an evening that saw
between Fair jaunts). The taten Guard (mooning martial a
troop Jehnaon, surrounded by family
I . i.SprrIJ" 1. .. .
I Island ferry ride la the cheapestboat law on CamfcrMge worked te and friends, lapping his foot .5
trip In the world.Thert are day In awl up liner of com. and applauding enfhuiaitleally
the Bowery, Chinatown wall municallon with Negro leaders .
the rn Street, Greenwich Village to prevent a recurrence of the cliiilci with folk music lor Nor mil I IHard e
t Broadway after dark, theT'rttd bloody racial atrlfe hint for him baltatora, a
Nations, the Automat, laleee, Brig. Oen George M Gets Uestern style ballot and aN.- ( i h"-Hold. Hair
Stadium (When Yogi's In wi ,
Richard Burton In "HanUt"Mrs. ton Tuesday<< ordered all demon. |ro gospel linger from out of Irgr l/r (I/Ill I 1' lllUI I Irr.r

Burton happen to be stations and mass meetings the nation pul.t *.),.1))
( may In halted for 10 days because Integration For Johnson the obvious hit :;,,... _
Carol )
around), Channtr 14flJTfJ
I leaders hive "lost
t "Hello Dolly" (but plan r rthi I of the night was a number ANDERSONfJlJIj
control" of their fnllowers.They .
ahead for its a sellout the sung by Allan Sherman to the
Metropolitan Museum of Ar. are turning Into unruly tune of Once In l./ve with
the top of the Empire tats mobs" he sildGeliton Amy" Once In tore with (
Building or Radio City or t:.th. r was to meet separately Lyndon Through It all the
and Tad's Restaurant(thernars again today with a President. was teen swinging
two) where a huge steak, baked committee of fecal I civil lead from aide to site In his tall DRUG CO.
tossed salad and carltc ere and with memben of theCambridge leather ,.Inl'h.lr)
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potato .
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bread are Just f 119 (and then : Non Vtole Action When the show war over the .
Is one at the World's fair toe, i .immtttee to diwuaa the pos entire rut rams out for an lie W. CINTIAI cri mi
quite likely the best eattngber iiliiy! of expending recreational
gain In the world. farltttlei for Negron

There are many special HOW MUCH INTERESTARE
tours, obtainable through travel Maryland Oov J Millard
areneles, which will probablysave T.Iwe. Indicated he n ighl ask
money and these agents t for federal troop. In be lent YOU PAYINGMR

charge no commission I the ,to smbrldgs If the Negro
railroads the air lines and the I drmonrtrationa conlln"ied. He
bus companies all bare tours was turned down by the De
who al reduced rates feme Department after a alms
each of
. to you And It's s pretty good Ides, lit request last sun"ner but
for those going to drive, K gl said that "now wotiil be s
worked so hard on their tour mapped out fcr them good lime to fit fir them
by one of the various orgsi.nations again II
.
In this fl ld-most f the T.... appealed 1, Negro
my behalf oil companies have such a service r and white residents of ''he Fait
for S matt fee .-vt AAA era Share fishing community to

end street violence srd make
r s concerted effort t<' revolve
. to each of you who their differences lie aid Moo

only I ; ONE I 1 nay nlfMs rioting 1 which

extended me your four N i Ik*a I Otiardu" en were
Injured bordered on irreaponslble
.
support in the race i Negro mob comedian aetiMi fob Gregory
There is
sad Stanley. Bran M leader Y
Ft :.. ''.\r, ATA ::ft Inr.: : ', n' rAm of Integration >1 monatra
for
governor only one i f tome In Cheater, Pa planned

t>i return to ambri) ge todayto

WELCOMEWAGON mntoTTWrw "H"WI/ ", fI. "IWH. disews the sllustl-1 with X>
cal: ..wlfI.lltl .lead,n. MR, JONES . .
and .. ,,,,
. a warm ORLEANS 'ITJ < /1- ( 11I1'Mi" I 1"/ It. '
: leans Pariah county ha I 7M until 1929 I/a, ", 1J'' .ldO'IlI sal' Wbs I aced "' .... f. .ay/o.5. I 111.155

sincere thanks.Haydon Negroes attending previously the United MUUi had. a phtw Roaches Use I. (.new lk. n.ii.y heal .... Amer.ins .
.., Holiday'DryFog'
while aehooto Of that niuBtwrI 9! Wt.ttr fl-s- .* prioi
N.M,..I .... Thee 1tIt.! '... vales are
.4M are In a school attended to the time of. President ,-"rtHixrt'f Fumigant .......ltl. t.4 .!>., !II... ,..l ....,..' If mTHI
by only one while student the the rtitrt PXHUttn u ''l
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result. of my re5.l l ,
III a boycott by whim 4 55.150<< nuUldr hn nO'r'jll.
according to Southern Brtu. aIteiti "m. ., "rdlnir It, It III r.d
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Camp KeganInspected Scouts Cypress MeetThe Girl Anti a Poverty Havenite's Son Heads Dundee(CetMftued Prow Citrus Page One) Atomic Weapon Use Talk




By the Girl Cypress Seoul Neighborhood of America of Bill Assured U.S. International Center en offices general included in manager Dundee John of and T.the Lesley speak Fktri, Draws Bitter UN Debate

leader meeting which wai
da Citrus Exchange in Tarn Viet Nam bore
the South
along
originally scheduled far tomorrow Andrew B Berdlog, new the Washington Port Sunday. pa; Don Una, sales UNITED NATIONS N.Y.
manager
Jungle supply
has been cancelled., a scout (UPD-Sen Barry GoUwater's der to expoae
executive director of the section.
of Sealdsweet
Of magatine s.ltt. Inc, of Communist
Kiwanis Club lines used by the
spokesman Mid today PassageWASHINGTON remarks about possible ue of
Washington IntensatioMl CMtor He is the too of Mrs Andrew Tampa; Charles M Seraphim guerrillasA .
The meeting was to have been atomic IB the Vletn
in the nation' capital II Berdlng of 6M Avt K, diatrlct manager of<< Florida weapons spokesman for GoWwatei
held tomorrow at J a.m. the subject of<< an article In brother of MM Cole mese war bad the Security
Kiwanians made an inspection Reason for the cancellationwas (UPI)-Hou.. NW, and Citrus Exchange at Vero Council debate on Southeast explained subsequently that the

of their property at Ke not disclosed Democrats today confidently Hayes of the same addressThe Beach; Marvin Walker general Asia stirred to a bitter pitch senator was not advocating the

gan Camp in Dundee yesterday i foresaw 'an open road to pat Vote TurnoutContinued Washington Port brfjv- manager of Florida Citrus today up use of atomic bombs but mere.

afternoon when they held Me for President Johnaon't due* him a* Andy, by which Canners Cooperative In Lake ly 'discussing' plans which he

their weekly meeting there. see minion antl-poverty bill. ( From Page One) be I II known to the Washington Wales; and William Air Jr., Council President Roger Sey said were under study by the

The club ate supper at the Jewish Sect Republican rumbled that the and work for repeal of the Increate Pre*. Corp" because "he general manager of Highland doss of France asked member U.S. Defense Department

camp following an invocation measure was riding on a political In auto tag license fee I I. one of them Crate Cooperative in Jacksonville to conclude their general remark Cambodia complaint to the
by the Rev. Gene Hitchcockand steamroller Herding hit been a foreign\ today on C.mbodil"charle council stems from two Vietnamese .
announcement by Vice and the Intangible tax on stocks: correspondent and government of aggression against border raids early in
The House Education and Labor and bond, and reallocation of The manager reported that
President Claude Ridley. Vigilantes Committee, which struggled tale tax revenue to give more official for 30 years, "a career the association ha n member South Viet Nam and the United May The Cambodians claim
The camp comprises about capped by four year a* Assistant State. U.S. military adviser took part
with the sweeping measure for fund to the counties for public who own 3.660 acre of
10 acres of property on the more than two months before education. Secretary of State for grove which produced Left hanging from Tuesday'ssession but Washington hat denied thu
75000
shore of Lake Josephine Public Affair" was t Soviet demandfor The complaint since hat mush
approving Itll 12, Tuesday, boxes of fruit this
southesst of downtown Dundee Patrol StreetsNEW was meeting today for a formal On civil right, Burn promt- lIe was with the Associated year. an official U.S. renunciation roomed Into a general debateon

It war given to the clubby vote on the final version The ted a* governor to u' e "every Press for 13 years five yean of Goldwater'* remarks on all of Southeast Asia, including .

the late Tom Kegsn shortly YORK legal means" to keep ai bead of the Rome Bureau, VIENTIANE Lo-Neutr| atomic weapon Laos
(UPI-An Or. same party line reiuR was assured any .
after World War II to be thodox old World Jewish sect bill passed by the Congress where he covered Italy! under lit Premier Souvann Phooma, The Issue touched off one of Prodded by Fedorenko, Stevenson .
used recreation site for the Italo- innourcing he I I. asking aid of recent exchange council
as a his made from encroaching on Florida' Mussolini, including the bitterest told the neither
organized I viglante.stylemotor ( Although the committee
Polk County youth patrol in a Brooklyn some substantial changes In thePreaident' right. Ethiopian War. many nation for his embattled in the council between U.S. Ambassador Goldwater nor any other Sena
Piers at the swimming He returned to Washington country: Adlai E. Stevensonand lor dictated U.S. policy
belch, an eating shack bunkhouse neighborhood to protect its people bill, it still would High stood firmly for the bill in 1937 and covered the State "I have not asked for aid Soviet Ambassador Nikolai He reiterated that the United

dressing shed and restrooms from street violence carry out the basic alms ofJohnson' and promised to back It ** Department, getting to knowSet'retal' from the Russians, but the (So. T. Tedorenko. Stales hat "no national military .
March 1C "war
are Included on the From sundown to sunup, volunteer onpoverty" governor )' of State Cordell Hull, viet) ambassador called on me Goldwater an Arizona con obJective" anywhere in

property along with a care patrol the streets In message would to CongressThe set High won In Dade, which has which led to hit participation this morning and I told him we servative who is seeking the. Southeast Asia but would help
measure
taker' house. four radio-equipped cars, hopIng several up a fifth of the ttate'i total m the writing of Hull' Memoirs are short of army supplies I Republican presidential nomma the nation of the area defendthemselves
Scout and church groups to prevent violence but new youth training programs but only little vote and to an assignment In shall send him a letter (requesting tion. said last Sunday that low. until the Commu
by a than
more
Including
"Job corpl"baaed
use the camp for picnic and ready to intervene If It .happens the CCC a of the 1930s two to one. The only other Italy with the Marshall Plan military aid) this attrrnoon yield atomic weapons could be nist powers cease their aggressions .
on ,
camping activities from timeto The volunteer, numberIng finance local anti-poverty projects J. counties be won were Browird organization after World War ." used to defoliate the forests "

time and It Is used daily more thin 100 art mostly and Pinellai II
; establish a new volunteer and his margins
.
during the lummer in the Winter who He was Assistant Secretaryof
young men travel six to a of were close
called Vista
,
corps experts ,
Haven recreation State for Public Affair
program.At
car They are unarmed but
to i-O
the meeting yesterday "strong," a leader nld work help and carry out antipoverty Burnt, who called his campaigners during John Foster Dulles'
make available
Ridley announced that the ; new "blitzen," won the career In the State Department Grantham'5
June meeting of the board of The citizen patrol, organizedby aid for small business and farm other M counties, includingsome and traveled more than

directors will be held Monday the Hasidic Jewish sect I II operators and migrant laborers. of the populous ones High 200,000 mile with him and i

night at 7 at the Haven known a* the "Maccabees", a Chairman. Adam Clayton Powell needed to become the first another 100,000 with his tucceisor .

hotel name adopted from the Jewish D N.Y., expressing hope South Florida governor Christian A. Herter -

Larry Houser was taking the family which led Hebrew warriors that the measure could be He briefed the press at five Food Store

names of Klwanlsns who against Syrians who attempted cleared through the House High blamed the race Issue as NATO conference, four

want Key Club students to to force idol worship Rules Committee and brought much a* anything for his lots, SEATO meeting, two Baghdad

work for them on Key Club on them In the second century to the floor by mid-June. said saying he felt the people did and two Sues conference Famous For Top Quality Foods & Personalized ServiceBuy

work day Saturday The boys BC "We've got a good bill now." not understand that neither he and at numerous foreign minister

use the money made that day A number of non-Jews, including He said the (House might make nor Burns could affect the out meeting Wholesale Iowa Corn Fed Beef For Your Freezer

to PlY the expenses of their some Negroes, a 1 o some changes, but he appeared come of the congressional debate He retired in 1961, and 'the Affi,,ntftf W,th ova

delegate to International convention take part In the patrol, especially confident the measure was assured on civil rights. government lost Its only 400 Othtr oar '.i to 320 3rd St., N.W. Phone CY 3-1566

later In the summer on Friday night when of passage In his concession statement spokesman who could play '

- Jew observe the Sabbath Republicans, speaking through High alto mad It clear he wn the musical saw," the Post Quality, Mushmf ieCOP FREE PARKING

The patrol activity I Is centered Rep. Peter 11.8. Freellnghuy- looking to 1968 when there will article notei Herding admits Less

Nehru, India'sContinued In the Crown Height tec- ran, N.J., ranking GOP mem be mother gubernatorial "the sound 1 I. weird." But It "

( From Peg On) tion of Brooklyn an old predominantly .. ber flaws said and the the bill Democrats was full had of became of a constitutional campaign has attracted some notice iF -;
Jewish neighborhood even among musicians Clan
change Florida'
a million people began to con pushed it through the committeewith moving
which hat been plagued statewide elections to the presidential Carlo Menottl the opera composer -
-
verge on the prime minister's recently by roving fang of "high-handed" psrtissn- off years The race two tried It while a guestof

residence In an outpouring of ttreet hoodlum front nearby ship hence will be for a'lour. Herding and "delivered a s 1 8
year t
grief All approaches to the slum areas. The Hasidic sect, "There are major flaws In term. note somewhere between acatcall

house were Jammed. Police whose men wear black broad- the pending proposal and Democrats year"I shall be looking at the and a grating scratchon
stopped all vehicles about a should not blind them. "
brimmed hats and beard. In In Florida a blackboard, Herding -
thousand yards from the build. the Old World tradition, have selves to that fact, even If the scene ai the day go said
along, promised He told
log keeping even special ministerial been especially bothered by bill In question Is on the Pre.l.dent' his saddened High workers A* director of the Washing. BRAND BUYS
campaign CHOICE MEATS
diplomatic and press mugger. 'must' Hit, Frellnghuy- "We have lost the battle but not ton International Center he
cars at a distance. On April 21, a rabbi and 16 sin said In a statement welcome some 5,000 foreign
the "
war. This Is not the end
"Plantation Pride"
Hamburger U.S.D.A. CHOICE
He said QUALITY
Stocks the children who attend Yeshiva "the Democratic majority Burns visitors a year and directs the
dropped on Bomb- Jubilant at his Jacksonville
In Crown by Its words and by its activities of a small staff and ""- Fiever hear
Height were InjuredIn Dill Slices ?! 25c BEEF SALE
bay Stock Exchange, the country' headquarters dedicated
largest market an attack by a bind of Negro deeds has seen fit to mike this himself to being "the governor 200 trained volunteers who . ... . . rid Lad .1 Gem

.
youthi liiue matter" a strictly party line for all of Florida".I hold my serve on reception hospital. "Royal" Choc., Yon., Butterscotch Oven Ready! STANDING
Tributes promptly flowed In The decision to take action Frelinghuysen said Re. Ity and tour committees
hand out to the
of Dade
people
from world leaders, and it was was made, however, after a publicans "have tried In every The Center has conducted Pudding 3 29c Rib Roast 69c
reasonable County. The state can not be cad n. FUU., pk,.. .. ,lb.
announced In Washington that man dragged a rabbi' wife way to Improve this divided seminars in which 50.000 tech
one part against
Secretary of State Dean Rusk Into the basement of her apartment bill; our major suggestions 1** ." another n'cians editors labor lead. "Mist'Fresh"'- 8 In pig. Boneless Rump or Sirloin Tip ,

was flying to New Delhi immediately building and attempted to been completely Ignored" called ert military officers from 126
lie High "an acqualn
st the head of nations have participated In Wiener Roast . .. . 89c
an rape her two weeks ago The tance colleague and a friend 'Buns . 2 pl,, 39c lb. I
American delegation to represent woman war beaten and the past 14 yearsBerding .
for the past six ...I hope
years
the United States at the tabbed that which U will be takenas described as SIRLOIN CLUB or ROUND
New York past
funeral. The patrol force cam Into political and that the slate "uniquely qualified to carry on BAKE-RITE Smooth Creamy Steak

Nehru'i will lie In the type of citizen diplomacyfor . ... . . 99c
body state being following a subsequent will be wiped clean" .. . .. .. ,B.
throughout the night In the meeting of community religiousand which the Washington International I

home where he died. civic leaden Police, who Stock Center I I. noted" SHORTENING3Ibe Square Cut (Bone In)

The pining of Nehru, In. have assigned extra men In the ReportNEW expressed. only one concern

dia's only prime minister since troubled neighborhood do not Bums Polk Edge when he was called out of retirement Chuck Roast .. . . . lb. 49cILwtv

the big Allan country gained like the Idea of a cltizen't vigilance for the Job.
YORK (UPI Midday (,Continued From Page On) "They'll probably ask me to
independence from Britain in force but they said it is I IRath'

1947, was expected to have perfectly legs t* long at Its stock prices: got only 1.229 while High was play the musical taw." 4q

widespread Implications for the member do not carry armi Alabama Gal 35 close on hit coattails with S,-

Indian people and the world. American Can Co 43\* 695 Kelly came out of his I

For the put 17 year Nehru American Motors 14 home Polk County In the six Hospital News

alone has held the country together ConcertContinued American Sugar 19V4 man contest with 27,739 more Black Hawk l ...;

politically, and there Pops American T It T 137H than all the others put together Tl'ESD\VS ADMISSIONS "Bama" Pure STRAWBERRYPreserves SLICEDBACON -

was no clear line of successionat American Tobacco S2H Winter laves "
The vote yesterday clearly -
a time when India Is ( From Pig On) Anaconda Copper 43 show that Burn took over Miss Alice Foster, Mister . . .. ... .. . 39c ,\ . :

plagued by political, economicand 65", by Edvard Grelg Incorporated Atlantic Coast Line 72 Kelly' support almost Intact Ricky Morris, Mrs Louie E "Pert" In colors : '
the first and second Babcock It Wilcox 28
foreign problemi Elliott Roosevelt easily care Allan Mr, Mabel Starling,
Nehru had been In weakened movement The tiring lit the Baltimore & Ohio 44% Mr. William Mn '. lOc
I rled the county In hit itate Stewart, Paper Napkins . :k;
emotional mood of the first Bendix 45
i Corp.
condition since he suffered wide race for Democratic national Betty Nantz, Mr*. Robert E.
movement, Ingrld' Abduction. Bethlehem Steel 35%
t I high blood difficulty 49C1
Mr
pressure committeeman and Smith Gallon L. Grecr,
The Second movement,Solvejs) Borden Foods 73'* HEINZ TOMATOKETCHUP
In January and had
Mr. Ann Cramer was the 0 W Sigman, James R. My
been forced Song, featured rich flute solo Burlington Industries 48\* rf
to curtail his usually era, Willie D. Dix
accented Polk County choice for national \.
heavy work schedule. He by harp accompani Chesapeake and Ohio 77** committeewoman.County Dundee I

had Just returned Tuesday from ment. Chrysler Corp 48% voted Master Byron Goodion I Limit. ( 2)) Vi
Mr Helen Edward and her Republican
Cities Service Oil Co. 69*
a rest In the northern Himalayan
pupils joined with orchestra Coca.Cola o. 127Wolgate for the Barry Coldwater slate Habits City i

summer resort at Dehra for "Fantaala on Greene -Palmollve Co. 45* Instead of the alternate a Mrs Lawton Waters Oscar Mayer All Meot

Dun.Normally sleeves," the work arranged 19 no-preference tlate For national Lake Alfred
Cone Mill
Nehru ran the foreign by Greavea.Following. Continental Can 51% committeeman and woman Mist Janice E. Jones. 12 1 tol. 39c Wieners . . .. .. .. . 49c
,
ministry presided over ; Intermission 1Line the Curtii Wright 17* the biggest vote went toCon".um.n Ft. Meade beds,
planning meetings. and war strings took over with William Mn Felix Wade.Bartow. tl
Aircraft 23H C. Cramer
Douglas
consulted on all Internal I matters KleIne Nachtmuslk" ("Little ARMOUR'S
lie also Dow Chemical 71* and Helen M. Morris *'
unofficially ran .
Night Music") They seemed
the ruling Congress Du Pont 255* The second primary went Jack Falco "Kraft" Cloverbloom
party literally to sing the beautiful
Shastrl Eastern Air Lines S3H much more smoothly than the Bowling Green
temporarily assumedthe
this
through
melodies woven Eastman Dodak 134% May 9 one which was complicated Mn Clarence E Adkint Mayonnaise 2 59c"Sparky"
executive responsibilities superb Mozart composition.The . . ,...
after Nehru had hit first strokeIn tone poem "FlnUndla" Ford Motor Co. 52H by a vast list of candidates Polk City: ; BUTTER
General Electric 8m and John D. DealTUESDtY'S _
January by Sibelius was stirring and a completely new CHARCOAL
contrasted at time with poignant General Motors 86* county voting letup In which

beauty under the den treatment General telephone S2U thousand were casting ballotsIn DISMISSALS Briquets . . . .10 : ; 59cNo Limit; I with
Tampa Group of the orchestra Georgia Pacific Corp. 62* new rating places There Winter Have .
SO* Matter Donald Biggi, Mn. IS 00 ft mr 4 9"
Flute solo were performed Goodrich Rubber were no lines at polling places Calorie Food Sweetener

(Continued From Page On) by Mr*. Louell Dennis and Goodyear Rubber .IH when they closed, In contrast Keith Fenner and Infant .....or. Ib.Minute .

Ml** Melody Roc. Itarpbtwas Gulf 011 Corp S7H to the earlier primary. when daughter Muter James RHuggms Sweet 10 h PlIIM.,, :. 79cLast '
chamber ,
come the local mem 77* Mr. '
MIll Patty Trlpp.Following Intrrn.tionlillarveltl'r some precincts didn't get all Bonnie Ruth
.
hers and Introduce the gueitsArnold the concert, orchestra Interchemictl Corp. 46* the voter through the machines Hunter Mri Ned M Johnsonand T9"Hjr
of
Silvert haven president Chamber, member and Kirsch International T & T 56* until nearly 11 p.m. Infant son Harold M. Chance to Register for
the Winter attended I party given In their Johns Manville 58H The unofficial tabulation of Jones Mrs C. H Lawrence ;
will give the reiponie honor by the orchtsUV board Kennecott Copper 80qKoppert Mrs Robert L Norman Leroy
the
I I. county's n precincts -
similar meeting coming
A of director Co. saw Olive. Mrs W H Schuli,
June 17 with the Lakeland actually 90 because one has no
up Klrich announced that there FREE Deluxe
301*
Chamber of Commerce Kroger Co voter war complete by 10 Mrs Thomas A. Scott EgarA Bar-B-Q Grill
will be no rehearsal nut Tuesday Lorillard Tobacco 44 Thornton Miss Tammie
three hour after the
local Chamber at .
hosting the However, rehearsals will p.m.
Louliville & Nihvlll 84* Uhitaker
Mrs Gene S. wile
the Lake Region Yacht and resume again on Tuesday loneRESTAURANT poll cloeed
Merck Co. 38 PLUS Choice
AnboradaleMr Cuts of
Steak
Country Club. 9. The official tally started today
Ward 38
Montgomery .
James E. Deere and
In tile office of the Supervisor

-- J Paramount. C Penny picture 58 5m* of Registration, Mrs infant daughter. William for 5 People and a Bag of Charcoal. ":
Ethridge Mill Karen John
Blanche Work, There are S3 1
SPECIAL Pennsylvania Railroad 54 SIHPepil absentee ballots to be counted son. Muter David F ShieldsMist ITS A8SOIUTIIT till NOTHINA TO IUT NO OIU4ATIOMiiftism .
Cola Bottling
win have effecton Elmo Ruth Turbin. I IVIIT TIUI YOU VISIT :
Prtlip Morris 80* They no 1 rioios WINNII WILL n AN.
WEDNESDAY NIGHT Phlllipa Petroleum 49 the outcome of any race*. Ilitnes City y NOUNCIO MAT 10*. I
Mrs Cecil S. Good ton. Mri
STEAK SPECIAL Republics Steel 43* Addle M Hamric
Seaboard Air Line 4
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Southern Company MH Frinci I duPont and Co Mr*. Arlan Slack. Small TenderYellow MaidLemonade
97c Southern Railway <5*
Air Control B Kathleen,

SIRLOIN Sunray Standard DX Oil (N.J.) 30 MH* Tampa Florida Telephone Electric ZTH 24'* Mr. Mabel StartingGrevelaad Squash 2 ..... 25c . . . .. 3 :. 33c

Texaco Ix T9* Plant Industries Firm Rip SlicingTomatoes Bird Eye
t* Mr*. Bobby J VealniAi ) FORDHOOK
4:00 t. 1:00 P.M. ONLY Text Gulf Sulphur 55

Union Carbide Corp. 124* : : . . . . 2 .a.?. 35c Limas . . . . . . .. 2 :li: 45c
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NEWS-CHIEF, Wtdnt! d y, M 27 1964 P. 7 Friends
Pow-Wow
3SWMMIHMMMIiliJtt63i&$ s .itas.gv.'' ..>M .J*. .u.' 8 Around The T&uta Indian Given For Paleface

The Merry Mnj.*t. Indian Indian braves who took pan ai Mr*. Andrew Ireland, Mr.
I Charm Students To Model FridayCharity tribe gave a i** '" far their in tilt ceresaeay were Drew ,ad Mr*. Anthony Xtlofridi.

Marine And Family Here For Visit paMace frlsiifc ea Friday *vcBlag. Ireland Wade Katogrtdts. Jenalhan De. and Mra. Roy Luau, Mr.
Lucas
Jay Mclver. Netxm -
VieW de Oaathrttjksft* Me and Mr*. David Lyons, Mr. and
d Before the paw-wow they Roe Quratta Roe Jody
of Mrs Jerry Mclver, Dr. sndMr
ten .
Modeling MM) thermtudent
harvested tketr Mie which Sharlt Stevie Ryon, John *. Richard O'Leary. Mr. and
of Jeae ftsttanM S/Sft and Mrs. Bwttte Thompson and children Debbie and Jimmic, are they had pla *.*) wtth a fish strain and Bob Vaughn. Indian
ttte
>m Academy ctf Art
iW constructed maUsMM .
1>y each grain were Chile Field,
who will be prunBtod ta a here from Quantico Va. tor a weeks visit with the former's father, Barney a special Mope ter Ws I Jennifer Lyons Patti O'Laary 'Mr. Dick Pope Jr., Mr. and
Mr*. Utter Reel Mr. and Mrs.
Fashion Show at tile Haven Thompson, and with Mist Margie Thompaon. ceremony, la tilt weeds on the June Anea Pope, Susan Reel ;Bert Sdmb. Mr. and Mr. Cor
Hotel from U:SO tin one dab Indian Beth /
bank of Lake Schuli. Allison Reynolds, ,doa Reynolds, Mr and Mn.
o'clock oo Friday. Gary Mitchell, fourteen year Mr. ad Mn. Fred TeMe dance and Bongs were performed and! Sheryl Wireman Mrs Paul ''Fred Roe Mr and Mr Wll.
Mr. aid Martin
Fashion. from the Sun Dial old son of Mr and Mrs BorisMitchell have returned home after a Mn. Harry and tribal customs were 'Crnnqulst; and Mrs Anita Crlf- lard Roe Dr and Mrs Alden
Shop will be modeled by teenager of Peiuacola. formerly short visit with their MM W... have arrived from their former explained to their! guests.Then huh' assisted Ih'n. Mr and Mrs. Carl Strang,
home ta Atlanta, G*. and plan
ef and young adult featuring of this city, has receivedthe del In! Washington D. C. the Indian maidens errs Mr and Mr-. James Vaughn,
the latest style In casual winners trophy in the Optimist to become permanent Winter ed a feast of maize fish and 1 alrfaca guests Inrlu.lcd Dr Alt and Mr. Frank: Wireman.
wear. Clubs tone oratorialcontent. Margaret May Aden I* Haven resident. wild came, which they had pre Mrs Richard l.clj; Mr Mr and Mr:, Jet Sharlt
The luncheon hour fashion Gary a ninth Trade member of the graduating classat pared.
show commentary Is to be student will compete in the Ifowey Academy, Howey.In. Exemplar Chapter of Bet ----
broadcast<< over radio station district contest to be held ta The-HllU.. She will receive her Sigma Phi will meet at the
WDBO by Jane Pierce of the Miami. The grandparents art diploma at Commencement' home of Mn. Arthw Hancock
Sun Dial. Mr. and Mrs. F. M Gallowayof Ceremonies on the Academy's tonight for the Exemplar Ritual /'
Students appearing as mod Eagle! Lake and Mr and lake front campus Saturday. which! I I. held annuallyMr.

els Include: Carol Hoffman Mrs. Sam Mitchell of Winter C'I I
Marl Grand. Lynda Shepherd Haven Mrs. Gene S. Wile was die and Mn. Richard Warren
Mary Beth Vision Nancy missed\ yesterday from the Win and family are newcomer to sJt
r HoOmeyer. Vicki and Sal. Richard R. Lamerau Jr., ter Haven HoapftaL Winter Haven. They formerly
r ly de Onativla. Young women hocpttalman. USN, son of Mr. resided in Bradenton.Mr. .
;iJdw modeling include: Joy and Mrs. R. R, Lameraux 2417 The Rev. and Mn. Arthur
Alexander and H e n r 1 e tta Seventh Street SW is serving Jeffrie have gone on to their and Mrs William Corbln
Granda. aboard the nuclear powered summer home in Sterling I i visited with veteran teglonatr
The public Is cordially invited guided missile cruiser UBS Mats, after a visit In Lake es at Bay Pines Hospital Sunday ..ales
to enjoy lunch at the Long Beach operating In the Alfred.
Haven and view the newest Mediterranean with the Sixth -

M in casual fashions.DAIIV Fleet.

NW CJ1IICF have Mr.returned and Mrs.from Janus a H.business Cross Miss Carmen Weds Mr. Ball 1ilri'k .

and vacation trip to Washington
I D C. Sunday afternoon at three- Station and at termination of
thirty in the Hope Presbyterian his leave will report for dutyat
The Lake Hamilton Community Church Miss Rita Lee Carmen, Patuxent River Naval Test
Kindergarten will hold daughter of Mr and Mra. William Center in Marilyn ,
graduation exercise Friday at F. Stephenson of Ohio became Out-of-town guests Includedthe
Dance even p.m. In the Lake Hamilton the bride of Gregory Alan family of the bride Mr,
Presbyterian Church. ThisIs Ball, Aviatian Electrician Airman and Mrs William F. Stephen. M
the first year the community son of Mr. and MM. son and Sharon Billy and her
To Benefit has had a kindergarten Eskel E. Ball of Winter Haven. grandmother. Mr. Teresa Leo-
Mrs Carlton Blaadcll is the Vows for the double-ring
Childrens Ranch 14.td by teacher.Mr. ceremony were read by the Adult ONE LITTLE TWO LITTLE, LOTS OF LITTLE
William hart.Pops Young INDIANS . held a powwow at Merry Moppet for
BlLUt Rev. 11. following -
Downey
(III
Executive of the GammaPhi and Mrs. W. F. Stephen of nuptialmusic OrchestraIs their parent They are pictured here before their big I
chapter of Epsilon Sigma and childrerijSharon and Billy, a program Mini Class Enjoys teepee
by Patsy McIIale
Sorority met at the Haven and Mr. Teresa Lcnhart of
Alpha .
soloist, and Mrs. Robert Cannawsy.
Hotel for lunch yesterdayo Bridal Shower Ohio have been visiting herewith Entertained Steak FryThe
final for the Mr. and Mrs. Eskel E. organist. S. K. Wilders
make plans
Adult Class of the
Given In marriage< by her Young
Charity Dance to be held there Given In HonorOf Ball. TRIPPEDthe
Concert Church enjoyed -
stepfather, the bride wore a After Parkland Baptial
Saturday night Miss Vann lovely floor length white satJn a steak fry Saturday evening Entertain
Mri. Harold Johnston, MM. Mrs. William Corbln has re at the home of Mr. and
fashioned with 'IIllIapt'd
gown a haven .
Robert Adams and Mrs Ed turned from Daytona Beach with Members of the Winter Mr. C E. Pahor. With BarbecueMr
skirt highlighted a
bride. Orchestra and their LIGHT fantastic lately?
Reinti were interviewed by Miss Lucretia Vans where she was personal page to bustle. The tucked bodice was Pop The charcoal grilled steak
local of Charles TankersleyIII Mrs Thelma C. families were entertained withan K. Wittier Could be that your husband
Mrs Jane Pierce over a elect\ Brown secretary embellished with seed pesrls. dinner was aerved buffet styleIn and Mrs S.
adio station regarding the was made Queen For A of the Rebekah Assembly The bride' shoulder length veil Informal party last eveningin the back yard of Eagle Lake entertained Sun hasn't asked you out becausehe
dance and the arrival of Alex Night at a shower given In her of Florida of Illusion was held by a crown the Jaycee Building following Members attending were the day evening at their home with hasn't *.*n you. In all your
Smith and Donna honor in the parlors of the First concert In Nora Mayo Audito Hitchcock I barbecue raving beauty and that'ssurely
pianist Gene supper
i* while satin' with pearl-cs'u. Rev end Mrs the fault of your light
Brooks, recording artists from Baptist Church. tered daisies. Her bouquet wasa rium. Mr. and Mr. Ashley Thompson Those enjoying the event were fixture which were good for
Washington. D. C. who will be The serving table was covered Presbyterian cascade of iajsle. The party was given by theorchestra's Mr and Mrs Pete Peters, Johnny Youdal and daughter grandma but oh what chan,.*
the featured entertainers at the with an imported lace cloth Miss Linda Jo Ann Mallory board of directors, Mr and Mrs Keith Ray, Mr Candy Duke and Jo Fran Burr. modern stylists and englneera
dance. over yellow damask. Spring Women Close cousin of the bridegroom, was which I I. headed by John Kerr and Mra. Leslie Dun son Jr., Busty Carter, Mr. and Mas. V. have wrought. Come In, ass toroun.lf.
AU proceeds will go to the flowers were used throughout maid of honor. Her street president Mr. and Mrs. Limit Bridget H. Varnadore and daughters, Interior decorator
Polk County' Children's Rehabilitation the room. Current SeasonThe length dress was of powder Special guest attending the Mr. and Mrs. Sam Dunn. Linda and, Anna, of Barto even o-o-h and a--h over the
Ranch and will be presented blue and she were a blue rose event were Mayor and Mrs Mr and Mrs Richard Beau- Mist Susan Clark of Bartow, a.l.cllon. .and their husband
at a meeting there on An elaborate throne was made Women's Association of whlmsey hat. Her nosegay was Richard Dsnttler Mrs N, E. chimp Mr and Mr. Gilbert Mr. and Mrs. r. 0. Thomas, take them out. You'll find u* at
June 4th. for the queen and after her the First Presbyterian Church of daisies Miller Jr., Mrs Helen Klnsey Bowen Mr and Mrs Lou Smith, Eagle Lake, Mrs. Norvell Jen- 415 I. Florida Ave. In Lakeland.
cornation, she was preaented held its last meeting of the David E. Ball served as best and Commissioner and Mrs. Mr. and Mr Yom Dinlcls, Mr. kiss and daughters, Irene and Ill* name'*Satta LlghtangCom-
New form fitting diapers with gifts. She, her mother summer season at the church man for his brother and Bruce Hughes/ Steele, Mrs Lynn Batty and Mrs. Chip Bridget of C sin Allis Grace, formerly of Callahan. pany. Pd. Adv.
combine comfort, increased Mrs A E. Vann, and Mrs. Monday. The worship service M. Ball, another brother was and and Miss Carolyn Apfrl.The es vllle, and Mr and Mrs. Pa.hay. .

absorbency and high-style the Charles Tankersley Jr. each received was conducted in the Chapel an usher. focal point of decoration ._. .., .
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manufacturer reports. The a corsage of roses. with Mrs. Harry Rife giving The bride's mother wore an used was a large arrangement --- -
center-third of the pre-folded Hostesses for the even were the devotionsls.t lea blue dreas with white accessories of garden rolel.Appro.lm.tl'ly. II = ..4e...r.. "te|. ws.w
diaper Is woven to react dif Mrs J. H. Woodard Mrs W. A large group of rocmJwr and a corsage of pink one hundred ; -t *; V.rff , t
ferently to washing thin the R. Ausley, Mrs. G. II. Howard and friends luncheon (ladioU. Mrs. Ball mother of attended the party 1 .
rest of \the diaper After wash Mrs Van Powell Mrs. G. C. served in the'dtning room the bridegroom, chose a blueprint IedittoJte7LI{ I
ing It pulls itself in, formingthe Lanier. Mrs E. N. Hudson by Circle Five with Mrs. James with pink hat, pink carnation WHY JUNE?
I hour-glass shape that fits Approximately fifty guests A. Greene corsage and whit accessories CHICAGO (UPf) -Why June Ij
baby without bulking or bunch- attended. Mr. Joseph M. Pert, was has bvoome the traditional
Ing. presented the honorary membership A reception was held at the month of weddings probably relates *
pin by Mrs. James R. Wis-rio Hotel where the bride' to thttrsiwportsHon difficulties j
table centered with tiered In early A rles--loo
Blackwood for her long and was a
much In winter lo tewedding
faithful service. wedding cake In yellow and www get

The program of the afternoon and white flowers completedthe to Compton'celebration Pictured, aeserdIng EneycloMMis. -- sxtrU iteth ,
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table decorations.The
was In the form of a film .
1 SPECIAL SUMMER 11SPRAYGRANCE giving a graphic story of the couple left during the Manual
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use of Summer Medical Offering / late afternoon for a wedding Jj
EVENT at It Is used in Christian trip to an undisclosed destiny Another Influencing factors
Hospitals the world over and in lion June I I. named after the Roman
Seoul Korea In particular. The bride I I. enrolled it Lew- godless, Juno. The Creeks had a
is.WC'inbtr..r.11I1I Academy of a different name for the same
"Through These Hands" is the
Cosmetology In Youngsiown, goddess, calling her lltra. At
means by which the tick and .. FINE SHOES
9 Injured are cared for in distant Ohio. any rate, this Juno-or Herswss i
hopltals. Mr. Ball has completed his the godless of womanhood
The following officers were aviation electrician' Mat "A" of marriage and of malernH.0V4Jy ,.

..1''I elected to direct the Women's school at Jacksonville Naval Air I J

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Mrs. Culver 0. Spencer; & !,, .,411.e 9/; /,
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president !Mrs. Malcolm Peters;
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Uf' Mrs. Edwin M. Wilson; f Convenience
lnyJIfiJt r1tnrIIYPIOTIQUE..the recording secretary, Mrs Burke your

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magnetic fragrance
: urer Mrs. Fred J. Langenhost: ; SERVICE
enchantment historian.I Mrs Tom Lowe .
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GOLDEN WOODS the t.qusl., new fragrance Harry Rife, nominating committee
chairman Mrs. F. E .
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Now
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rage bght> WINTER HAVEN DAILY NEWS-CHIEF-WINTER HAVEN. FLORIDA wl'lie.dciy May 27, 1964




GENERAL ELECTRIC An Open LetterTo



The President



Dear Mr. President: had failed to read the flue print.

First, 'let UI Identify our But not your eagle-eyed Mr
elves' We art native born of Welter : . for GRADS
RED Angto-Bacon heritage! We come I
of parents of modal means; In laying, down the law to

TAG both tolled hard and honestly ua, Mr. Wehr Informed us it
all their lives without benefitof would be perfectly all right for

governmental bounty federalor this young man to work aa an
otherwise apprentice in the backahop at

You won't remember us, but such haiardous things as running .

we first met you In your Senate a printing press, casting tt
office on Capitol Hill Juat before plates and the like. He could

the 1960 convention The next drive an automobile>> to>> and from

110 DAYS time was at a victory dinnerfor work and any place else he
ALE a senate! colleague since wished to go But under federal W
deceased law he could not drive that 1HABUAIUg

Then there wai the Los An lime automobile or any other

ONLYONEFEACH geles' convention, where you vehicle anywhere to make I
were swearing by an that was picture or to perform any other
good and holy you'd never go work for this newspaper

along In second place with JohnF Absurd and .asinine Mr. President I. 4y r
Kennedy. ? Certainly But that's the
ITEMSHOP -
During that period we were way Mr. Welter says federal ......
editing a metropolitan newspaper law says it Is. And if we break ..,

and beatin the drums loud It, it says here on one of Mr. LIFE TONE 8 $9.88
EARLY FOR BEST SELECTION and hard in your behalf Welter's legal" and formidable ,.s'o .
Amuln5 pow.. .nd rund .chlevod with, a trap
Those looking forms, we are "subjectto
things are history ,.
now. .1.0'" plus i dl,d.. Attashmsn5s Inciud0 1'01"
We mention them only to establish severe penalties." ce.o, "II"ot e.rphens Ca... sad a rat b.ttery.
As Mr. Welter held his Y' PM apeaker previd. a.tou 'dine tone CODE IDEAL 10
that Wage
Model we are not another arisi Dimlneioni! Ph" > J',' IV." iich saltndivdually $10.88.
AIR CONDITIONER 517688 letter Hour blunderbuss to our head . Aotorted
R2tOReg. crackpot writer but a gift bo ed M sits per caaa $5... aanaitlva 10 tranaittorc plus dl.da with
WIT cetera af Maroon, Black and Ivory, ,
responsible citizen genuinely and forced ua to write checks 2" PM ap.aker Magnificently atyled for tone
,
concerned over the problemswe for past wages to those he said fid.lity Genuine 1 leather. qua with I extra attach
P5055 0' 11,56sos ,
"0 m.lln.t 550 1 volt
DELUXE PORTABLE and thousands of small businessmen we owed wt noticed that the bsltsry. CODE S748S Olmlnicionci 405" x 2',
face in the struggle biggest check went to an individual M 111' : Each nt 'individually: : gift based, oO;
=
-----==== 1 cots o.r sssq. Color aaaarted in Maroon, ClackAmerca's
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DISHWASHERDRYER : $17988 for survival In the ever-thick no longer around --------------------- -
. 26195 NOW w, enmg Jungle of government repression whom we figured owed us more

than Mr. Welter said we owned j

DA920XReg. 517988w That said permit us to state him.Among other things, we could 1IIHllll ...'..''''' GENERALELECTRIC

. . . . . 24'.,S NOW our case: n't help but recall the times r = g c. ; Biggest 1 PORTABLE RADIO

After 30-odd years of big.time this indlvidaul came to work : Radio Value :_

newspspering we realized on crocked and would have to go 11 1 "'"
e DRYER :912349,95:: $28500 Sept 1, 1962 the dream of most back home or sleep it off on -
. . " NOW ? every newsman. We acquired the mailing department workbench OHO 10 $17.88

our own small newspaper, this at our expense at around Brilliantly atyled 10 tran.lMor radle equipped
$3 per hour with 1 thormiitor: 4" PM apoakor provide
RANGE J425Reg. $19800 one.To Any chance of our collecting? ploacurable ll.lonlng' precl.lon' *nginooredwitn
swing the deal we made a
four rang from MO KC t. 100 KC
. . . . 229.95 NOW *
modest down payment and pick Not on our life. We could sue Equipped with' four 1.5 volt alto "C" bath
of advised Mr. Welter, erl.s plus magnetic earphone, loch art rn
I.d up a king size mortgage course calls e In genuine 'leather' aabmct, COD
DROMN Modest Is the word for news if the Indlvidaul in question S'M2 Oiminaionn: : TV 4S" :.r:' Kith
agreed In writing to It Sur lyyou'lI..r set Individually boxed 10 aata aia. At
people seldom accumulate .
J420 Pink paper sorted aalora af Black and tray
RANGE $14488 much in the way of worldly e, Mr. President, that
. . . . . PUg. 241.00 NOW W/T goods Their pay Is adequate is aa silly and farfetched aa a
never princely resident of Venice taking out

with Self CI. $37400 They do receive their rewards life drowned Insurance in hot lava against from being Ja- a'o' It;," lpo.k.., 'old down carrying h.ndl.,
RANGE 4491suNOW all right not ao much in mon sou i. .b..k.bl. I. normal uo.. 10 Day w..n.y
. J7S4 Reg. WIT ey as In lltillf.etlon-tbe satisfaction pan'a Fullyama while sunning an parta A labor.

and excitement of recording himself here on the Gulf of

for posterity! the noisesof Mexico $11.88

RANGE J795Reg. $50988 history You may recall someone Out of the grey and dismal r!

, . S99.95 NOW ?? once said the noises of history clouds which descended uponus _
a result of this confront
are made by wooden sabots as
RC1451Reg. marching up and down the atton with your Mr. Welter one t! t k iCt7kUjJ
Stereo Console $19900 stairway of time. beam of cheer broke through 9999 (if4/ll

23995 NOW WI To you the presidency of the It came in the form of a note (!!

RCU72Reg. greatest nation on earth must from an employe whom we'd RADIOS I

be the greatest job on earth. written out a check, as commanded Tny 01 o dt.of cords and ',qq.cIa.

Stereo Console $28500 To a first.rate newsman the by Mr Welter This a I, bock, t> I 1>'.' I on mod. Sr. 0
J49.95 NOW WI employe cashed his check wadded TOHO 10
job of chronicling what you do eta i G'l'ol I.c" t > I roil 11'0"
the money Into an envelopeand lite 'oc'a' Cc.-Oo'' 0.0 la
RC3331 and lay Is his greatest Ask pc 't
of those. who trail after sent it back with this note AM/FM $27.88 Cola. kot't .j ckc-e
Keg.J2195. $27 Ww any you ... .. It
Stereo Console day after day attached thereto: "Taint 10 t'.II.tO" Plus 4 dialss with clean .1. M. Midi '
NOW Since becoming a small newspaper : right I won't take It. You owe pant down. .."'d.. ."'10'11 powar coma, IkMk d iilnf
bmod with purity af at 1" PM ap.akc
Modal)
RC4101 publisher we've donethese me nothing High"/.w tone .o"tol. Tavinprays. one to run -
past 18 months what virtually Since we're not ready yet to 1(00 I KC .n AMI II to 100 ", .,..,.1.. on PM. White cad ..lvr gn "
Console Reg. $16500 Four '.1 volt panlijht" batten. Adlu.lablsstand i
Stereo thumb a free ride to the Atfanta
other small '
179.95 NOW WIT every newspaper entornal .arphona jack. Oanuinahida cow. ONLYIi.<
.
and other small business federal pen, we shuttled lulu' aabmat' COD iMW. tj,n' e !
it right back to him, with liana, 7" 4V a 1" lash at mdi.,dibaited ..II' a ;1 ale
RC4102 does We have on occasion employed 10 aata par aaaa Blaa'' or $1688 ::: : :
thanks '
I
bright ambitious young '
Stereo Console llilS $16988 to Lest they dig up some severe
help
: people us
NOW
For the most part they have penalty to slap on this sympathetic C..n,'Ut. with i.rry ....,

RC4335 $39488WT been the lone and daughters of worker for his nice b.tf.ry Biul ..rph.*.

Stereo Console : our fellow workers. They pitched gesture, he here.Incidentally shall. remain unidentified 90-DAY WARRANTY ON PARTS AND LABORModaUrtlONuhnaglrewn
;::u NOW in and helped partly because
as we quailedbefore
could the
they use money part
Mr. Welter and had visions .
because connected
RC4ISI ly everyone

Stereo Console 5=iJtS: N<>$25488 WIT with anxious it the as papaer we to was make Just a goof aa for Wage our of Hedged being Hour, thrown the transgressionof name In Jail of Il. w


M730XWD These fine younsters stuffed Bobby Baker flashed across our
mind and In that we found some ,
TELEVISION Walnut $18988 papers took pictures, develop. comfort. IlIFI

,Reg. 229.95 NOW W/T ed film cleaned up, straightened . IDEAL 8 $10.88Drift
files Thing like that Never
haiardous chores suchas All of us have read Mr. fra reception, achlavad, with th a M734YMPRe any President, of your projected a ......I.ton plus i TINS which PO'
TELEVISION $23988 running presses or handling form ....".nUy, Bauippod with I volt battaryand .
279.95 NOW WIT hot metal. billion-dollar assault upon poverty lots.. ease. orphani sass. "lIn.to ....h.".
in this election year 1964 nylon aarrylng 11 r a p. I" PM Sptaiitr
As a smalltime Journalistic ". ,...,t,... rang. CODS 1M 0.
tycoon we ourselves have never Please, sir hurry and get It DImin..ne' 1" M ." 5 It;,' tack ... mdm.u.
M742YMPRtg. II going ally gift' b.n.d Black aalar' anly" M sits par
TELEVISION $24288 worked harder made less or enJoyed
0 NOW W,1 life more. Just recentlywe We'd much rather stay wherewe
are but one more visitation
were beginning to think we .- .
from Mr. Welter and another --
were on our way aaaat
TELEVISION M742YWD $26288 That is, we were until lad hefty wallop at our exchequerand rSH-r-aorl While
we'U be fit to pile our belongings >
leg 299.95 NOW WIT week when Into our plant walked S2088
on top of our jalopy
Mr. Leslie Welter of your
and head for Appalachia whichwe :I
United States Labor Department
COLOR TVRefrigerator M950YWDRtg. $48988 Wage and Hour and Public understand you aim to

. NOW WiT Contracts Division Tampa, change into Utopia -. G.E. All-Transistor
Florida, officeWhen Furthermore, we have heard ----..."--. --
Mr. Welter got through and hope It Isn't so that once - PORTABLEModel

R q'2NOW': $18800 working us over you'd have the Gauleitera of the Wage Hour -

WTT620S thought Mr. President, that ".e Gestapo pin something on a P810811tone I
were a skin.flint, dollsr.pocked, small potato our site, they keep IDEAL 8 $16.88 like, 165 .pp.arunu. Vo..'" marvot, .t the
.
it until hound him the tone But the boat of all. You'II be s.,55.dso
slave-driving swine with a bull. at they to ...I.'n. *,q .....d_I tranaiatorc plus' 2 dledoaranga tIle law pri0of th/a, lIuut.fu I new aU.itrandotN /
t.ulepsd will, w1. PM Tor .u..11 MotNI,.. .'1 3ts Dynan. c .p.....,
& $244 whip conducting a miserable wall.We also have heard '.. .''''...... M..ti. ..,p".". and fo". 1.J
Refrigerator sweat shop In a garment district you aajr volt 4655 C bat tarea. \10,1, t..nln. lork.ne
NOW W, ghetto, 'on TV that you Intend to giveus 'task rot ..t.,.... .po.kO. N .......n.. Tus/n5'
hell from US KC ta tsos KC taaa af aarryihandla ". world monitor
Medicare
high-
come or
T.205 Mr Welter drew up a bill ofcomplaints iOOa S7IIO. D's.' 'au...! .'." 'iIS 5
water or a Texas tornado From e.ch act .ndi ldualiy baa.d Black' coinly '' .
5244 citing. ua for a tong what we've read about this i M sits per 5055. -.... i
Refrigerator Aug: ; "
; ..... NOW W'T list of Child Llbor101.tlon... 'plan we'd Just aa leave you forget .d; .".._ --.-'. I
lie also laid before us a dmand *-
I
It It looks too much like another .
for of hundredsof '
payment -
$22988 dollars to employes, past and !j gift to ua called Social \ ,
Refrigerator J'.1: !! HOW present in monetary 'Security a ki
.,.,. W'T penance Of course with all that moneyyou i f rl
for our unknowingly sinning &
made out of TV down Infn..you'U 4s'I
T414 against the Federal Command ; I
have to make I
530288 meats as writ in atone upon the never Ii I +asa/
tt $127 month. But ask
& on a
Refrigerator .,,. NOW w,, Tablets All because of Wage during and Hour a two- ,anyone who has tried. You csa.t I NOR LCO'fLOATlNG.HEAD'

month period back In 1962. right buy much aoclalibibty on $127 NORELCO
and precious little In security SFEEOSHAVER 30Neweot
Refrigerator sst NOW 536988 after we acquired the paper we in this era of the 3 .cent dollar CORDLESS 20C rotary blade oh.more .v.,
,M W/T ran afoul-In publishing just .
55i15 501r Ma s .av. n I
Now while you're doing big Only $14.91 ,
eight Usuea- of some federally itott. car. unvsoallymwn5N 1 '::
and noble things for the callow I I'OUN $11588a4BnH
I poor N they can clr
inscribed mandates of which we New' compact Cardim ahavarmna .
of ho. II Inn '
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I and the old bow about a fair aw 4 tiny tt volt flaihlight ,
536988 were wholly unaware and had rosary Naas. Iasy' d.'vlnl *
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.tt. ; .
Refrigerator ESS' I shake for the small businessman Nada n* am* 46assing.',:1.11 cab.n block
** NOW w never heard the remotest hint threatened with extinctionin iMtrxai/ 6015.15. or rhargr.. bruah meter. ..lf 'mbr.1,nHoliaal .,
j I Twin ehaver hada If **iftnarpcn nylon Hare's everything' ever
gear m rn'itnoiea
of.Not this same 1964 in this ng rotary SINN, .
year ; IIO/aM volte AC
only that but Mr. Wetter : hpl.se.e MM,, /DC wanted III a .
lubricating "'0- ,... portable ill
land of the less and less tree lor... mq, Complete m travel 0r.
took dead aim at ua with hU and the home of the beat.up Mirror Sv 'I y,ante .lid tp of ctoanlng.......... year ehavor warranty atandard peaked..anahavera .wash.7 radios In see to bring you

EASY TERMS NO S$ DOWN WITH TRADEfhlP'I. froien piercing cod blue and eyes let aa ua cold have aa the a ,j:brave where Instead of asking, tr.vol Standard pxtfth aarton Lots a* ahavara battanaa._ JS>t .... .5S505y every sUbon la the

other barrel what you caa do for your country so Only" $21.54 world.TLp'I .
I wonder what next
you your
Mr Welter forced ua to terminate
I country will do you for
the employment of a Yours Truly,

( deserving and eager youth under Edward D. Ball, Editor
lima IS. wro had been lent to PubUsher Cl1mm

Olv.rtC..r.Uvt us M i the Venice High School Training (Aba reporter copy reader .

proof reader. gatleypufler
Program (IDI1) t. work
odd Joke man and
Sixth & Avmett K. N.W. 102 E. Memorial ImilevercJLAKELAND parttime in our photo department now among the damned Sloth i Aveejiw K. N.W 102 L Memories levlevore)

aa a Breaker of Wags WINTER HAVEN LAKELAND
HAVEN The
WINTER school people had certified
IVIir MON. THUIS. 1 Ml.ontt OHH f TO f NON THIU Ml. this young man to ua aa Hour) OPUS f TO f rvttT MON. THUIS. t Ml.OHM OftN f TO f MON mew NU.OffN .

oriN t TO t TO f on run wio. i SAT. OptN t TO t UT. eligible under all statutes stale FU The. Gondolier Venice f TO a ON TVK. w15. I SAT. t TO I "'T,

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May 27 964 __ WINTER HAVEN DAILY NEWS4 IEF -WINTER HAVEN, FLORIDA Pege Nine



i Polk County Second Primary Vote By Precincts






I HOU6S Of
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QOVBRHOR VAX COUBCVOR XSMUWBRATXVB8 ST. 3 CL8WC C1R. COOKS
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I U PRECINCT-LOCH IOH lUUS HIGH S'l'MDl PIO'l"l' .'l'OU'Y'_ D Otf VAU8l I

IK. F'l'. MBUPE 435 51 297 139' 1 ::32 1 U """

2 S. F'l'. MEADE 262 285 204 66 .21 236 144 214

I 3 N. BARTOW 548 359 449 S42 __ 183 __589 254 556
4 MEDULIA 560 141 I 355 232 Z 333 405 201U

5 KATHLEEN 395 54 I 270 135 .32 212 130

6 SW AUBURSPMJ 523 91 I 308252 20] 287 217 351

7 GREEN POND 30 :1: I 18 15 5 lit 12 15.
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8 PROVIDENCE 368 83 I 246 172 __15i: __226 239

4. '#' ..E 9 BRADLEY JUNCTION 270 1 I 1'" 144 ,, ., 204 1

10 MORTON 558 177 I "2A Q" 291 3!

11 HIGHLAND CITY 369 79QQ 253 157nn 111 ___256 271 144
12 NW WINTER HAVEN 'tI1tIn fli7A7 ,QII: ..A GR ., ,

13 ALTPRAS 28 55 9' A

14 W, FROSTPROOF 418 1M 282 '146 175 __ 251 '1)2 "1;

15 S. HAINES CITY 518 124 357 262 308 23S 203 375

16 HOMELAND 135 6_ fIi 59 ill. 111. 51 A]

n t 17 WILLOW OAK 245 72 121 140 AI ,., 192 eO.
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18 N.MULBERRY 575 151 ::330 ,g6 1 a' 511 147
GIFTS; FOR MI: WIN"fl:
a saucepan set from I: nAVIy.arrollstephena! Miss Winter Haven of 1964, receives 19 E.LAKE WALES 647 192 585 :no "21 204 305 452 I
I. PCI'jr.otLlns: "": *: "of Villas Village. This '" M of the
Miss Winter laven won, many pru" 20 POLK CITY 179 2a 85 99 60 g,. 94 e6

21 N.E .WINTER HAVEN 643 7Sl 280 978 506 502 140 958

22 LOUGHMAN 80 .,n 28 57H 23 :n 28 oU

Z. 23 CARPENTER'S HOME 25 23 ..142f ___10 15 13n
24 TIGHMAN 60 8 3525a 14 41 : 30 I

25 PINEWOOD 370 77 L5'' 149 213 224 171

I v 26 DAVENPORT 307 94 160 L9'' 150 136 102 243

27 M. W. LAKE WALES: _12L 571.; 1:34: '8, 449 74 U6 ])a

29 .iq. 'LAKB WALES 408 794nf 291 170 309 144 _198 228

29. _TAn! ALFRED. > n'' 249 211 3.71 __3n

_30 I EAGLE LAKE '1\1) .. }1A "1\4 148 lgc 11.1. "7

/ 31 LAKE HAMILTON 132 55' 110 94 A It" .,t '71;

:32 TAKE OP THE !ILLq 285 12 214 151 272 103 8 2

-1 33 DUNDEE 261 47 141 151 109 127'Q1 89 154

34 COMBEE 8a2 134 552321_ ___ 471:36 59(, .,R4'M
35 PIERCE 138 123 97 : U4 872ea

36 LAKE WIRE 323 238 Z90 206 151 ,, U9
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37 EASTGATE 456 122 342 187 187 272 284 223

38 WESTOVER 699 204 562 314 221 654 228 638

39 CONNERSVILLE 216 40 106 124 55 159 lit 103

JhKAteSi 40 BABSON PARK 157 loa 1]5 97 184 1It 138A'7

41 SB WINTER HAVEN A1n 275 "'A '? .t. ,., I cut It

42 CLEVELAND HEIGHTS 673 223 _593 266 ::394 120 420 426
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43 L. HOLE SWORTH 564 166I 462 ,11 ::314 11521f ,U 4'0

44 DIXIELAND I 49& 1III 5 ."n ''11] 335 'I30B

45 WEBSTER I ,16 478: .,41 ,nl. II ,A'12f

46 N, AUBURNDALE ::1l0 4 138 110 la] 90 _150
c
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ct 47 WESTWOOD 1067 ,5 3' 51' 4071n

AR ELOISE ::171) 7 149 '71fli51 16: 172 6

49 GOLF MANOR 730 265 301 425 419 419 525
I r, .
50 INDIAN LAKE ESTS 51 2a 52 _13_ 59 23 41
CLA. OFFICLKS, 1364-35- ThE'sure the!Senior lass: offlceri it, Wtnteraeon I 51 EATON PARK 172 51 a 93 90 64 106 109 71
JJlfh School for lbeI9t14-n"hool YMr.Tbey arE'', from left, Herl Cerber. prMldwit Mirv l\tv .
I" 52 CYR3TAL LAKE53'6YL7ESTgR 838 242I 668 356. 419j... "_434 "6
secretary Charles ; '
Smith
; rice president; and Mike Alderman, treasurer
: SHORES I 225 74 201 85 .. 145 126 175 lOS

54 FOUNTAIN HEIGHTS 384 101'UtJ 190' 242 266 202

Candidates In SlugfestFor Fruit Meat 55 WEST END 5" 214 l4] 14] 175 228 123

56 WABASH 314 129 180 2Q6! 130 206 238 131

57 SWINDELL 389 62 224 e43b 177 196 26S 1302U.

California VotesLOS Produce Are 58 DELtA VISTA 299 1Rl> 215 l79 143 197 113

59 LAKE GIBSON 438 112 11 L 225 ___2.0_ ____284 216
ANGELES (UPI) The Later In a radio Interview he 60 K. VILLE 167 22 80 lOa 72 95 89 89
two candidates" in next Tues said newspapers were Joined in Best Bargains 61 SW WINTER HAVEN 479 149 198 41C 273 248 98 476
day's go-for.broke California trying to inspire a statement
62 CYPRESS GARDENS 462 ,192 213 4U 363 24817l 97 537
from Eisenhower by .,
Republican presidential primary a "mystery
feuded openly today over clique In the East that has WASHINGTON (UPI--there 63 LAKE REGION 264____ 17n Inn _294 150.n 60 254
which one (its the Eisenhowermold. been prevailing on him." It a lot of variety at product 64 HARTRIDCB .,c "Q 11'itA\ 41 113
Rockefeller, making It clearhe counters this week, plea in. 65 JAN PHYL 275 A1 2011 ,." " a]
Both concentrated their cam feels himself an example of creating upplle of fruits Holiday
paign fire on populous Southern the Eisenhower pattern said I shoppers will also find beef 66 SE AUBURNDALE ::353 R':16a 17 19 -1,3& nit 177 __179
California, containing 40 per Goldwater was far afield on the and hams food buys 67 MARIANA : 60_ 141 2]'] 155 IBCJ j4]_ 231
cent of the itate'i seven million issues of Social Security, med. Smoked hams will be top 126 27 4 -
61 5]
68 ARIETTA: 84 6] 71- 91
registered voters ical care for the aged, civil feature at meat counters.
New York Gov. Nelson Rock. rights and the united nations weekend. In beef, steaks will be 69 CARVER 424 61 174_ 270 __181 234 206
efeller, bidding for this state's "I think one cannot help but the most prominent Round 70 HU HAINES CITY 253 ___229 17 19] .. lU _& .146 175
86 GOP convention votes, told know that Senator Goldwaterdoes roasts and cold cuts will also .
71 NE HAINES CITY ,, ,
be 413 .7 u 'IU 57 229 238
1,500 young Republicans Tuesday not stand within the food values. Turkeys and
night that Sen. Barry Gold. framework of responsible Republicanism broiler-fryers will be the best 72 PARKLAND 217 'UA 279 31. ____177 371 143
239S
water, his primary opponent, at defined by former poultry buys. 73 LAKE PARKER: 548 1 1- 453 206 279 : __ 400269
doesn't share the philosophy President Eisenhower," the Best vegetable buys Include 4
outlined by former President New York governor told the broccoli ribs, corn, Florida 74 LAKE BONNY : 455 U 346 205 204 1nn 276 _272
Dwight D. Eisenhower Young Republicans. celery, kale, mustard, dan 75 HESPERIDES 76 39 56 52 81 23 45 56
But Goldwater said if Eiiecv delion, turnip tops, leeks green
76 GOLFVIEW 24! 64 91 : U2
21L z55
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bower onions, parsley, mushroom,
didn't like him, the former
President would have said Quotes From Swiss chard, radishes rhubarb, 77 HIGHLAND PARKJJSLSCENICPARK 187 5a .141 60 187 47 I 98 125

so. spinach, potatoes and colons 1 280 124 172 174 .. 244 9 16] 154"It
The former President In The NewsBy Top fruit values will be lemons ., '
an 19 BUFFUM j,73 A "4 A ,
pineapples, California Va.
article written for the New. United Presl laternallMial lento oranges and bananas.hgga 80 TIGER BAY 151 .27 85 759k 41 119 78 70
York and
Herald Tribune publithed VIENTIANE LaosNeutral..
Monday morning outlined and dairy products continue 8]. 8 MULBERRY 1: 1 10.. if' 116 75
lilt Gen. Kong Le, whose be. is good buys
what he "called 'Republican Iraguered troops have been Clams, fillets, halibut, seal- 82:: WAHKETA838UKMERLIN )00 ii 21 1.. l5 4 139_ 12'
principles They included support forced to retreat in the face of lops, butterfish, shad and oysters if 5 26 ZS 4 1 6':
of the party's 19M and 1960 Communist advances: are the Hah shnpper'R best A 5 ]. 1 f l'i2"t'J' 2 "2
platforms. "I am the only military leader buys this weekend.
Goldwater't only scheduled -with nothing to do with politics All t"r.pJ. P Mr:" 77 9 4] '9 I'
campaign appearance today But If I bad the power to 86 ARMOUR 110 4 64 S 9 II I@ .

was before Hotel 1 rally I l' s at Cocoanut the Ambassador (for do anything military I assistance liked, I weed from ask FSC Members 87 CORDOHVILLE 176 3"n fi6 140 58 1 r 8 1 !C

Grove. He was Joined by Texat 'SEATO, (the Southeast Asia 03 BEACON KILLS 234 651) 254 362 4 K 43 <4
Sen. John Tower, one of his Treaty Organisation)," Attend School 89 E FROSTPROOF 281 55 161 128 1 46 1 8 136___ 139
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chief backers.
campaign
90 FLAMINGO -
Rockefeller visited the Warner Four faeultym.mberaotrJo-
Brothers studios for to address NEW YORK The Rev rids Southern College will attend 91 CiIZllMU' 3 2 : 5 0 2 3 J 2

before a campaign group Canon Albert J. On Bole, executive a national workshop on
and planned an evening speechat director of the E4sepalChurch's ) liberal arts education: June IS- 55544package -t-
TOTALS 4." A7 19,458 16L211 19.579 16.791 21,198
Loyola University : American Churchunion July 4 at CoioradoBprtofs. Cal _
Spesking a group of newsmen complaining I I that They are Dr.J. Dlrney Cross,
in San Diego a defense Industry PreswVM Johnson had violated dean of academic aRalri. Dr.
center south of Los Angeles church law hjr taking communion Jamei McCloakey, science
Goldwater charged Tuesday while not a member of the John W Cook, humanities, and
night that New York newspapers church' Nelson' M. Hoffmaa, Jr, social endow prayer and Able-read.
tried to pressure Eienbower The trouble lies I to the part science.CLOSED. Committee To Ratify Foreign Aid MeasureWASHINGTON I km as required parts of pub-
to take "s stand against with orieoU and hWwps who TO FIEM tar school. pIOff'm..
me."If i took the law Into their own
ROCK IH.
ISLAND (LTD -
Eisenhower opposes me Made and now MMxbteoly create (UPI>-TheHowe ed out in a a Interview what. of amendments, but Committee which. struggled
STOLENTONOPAH
Arm* H
Aa sponsored symposium PLANE
all he has to do Is pick up the
telephone and soy 'Barry, I a situation for clergy mWashington was closed to the press Tuesday foreign Affairs Coin Johnson already knows only opponents laidIII Waders with the .w..*.,.< measure for Ne.. (UPI-Mus-
the for and elsewhere who after New York Times mrttoe met today to ratsfy too wet still I lacked the vote to aiWJle more than two months, met to IM Airlines Manager Rick I
don't think you're moo ,wish! to ........ the church'sIsw formally tts Wctslon to five The loll approved hy theForetffl the southern talkihon The approve It.ntfI the committee told
the job." Goldwater said, "I Pentagon reporter Jack Raymond MM ktmore police Tuesday
don't think he would stoop to do I and tfisctottM W who do concluded a speech in President Johoeue the Ml. 1hflten Affairs Committee le package was latrod'Ced Tuesday made some svbetintial that someone stole a small business
this through a newspaper ar. II not wish .. make an a..... of which be urged scientists sad he atked for foreign only sn .wtJIorll..... Even by Repubtkaa Leader changes .m the baR It still airplane from Tonopth
ticle that at their char r..." military pUnarrs to cooperate aid H fiacaJ IMS.M. after M passes the Hvvse and Everett M Da,..... IB. who would tarry 0IItfie bask Field and that no one Wit
Goldwater made the tenet of with. aewsmea.WAIT though Jehneoa won the aa.... M sett only a toiling Indicated. that be MUeved It alms of the Presidents pros aware of K.Blatkemore.
strong charges against news LOS ANGELES Presidential Ont round of .hit aid battle, on artaal appropriations would win the votet needed grsmPrsyer.
media la a news conference at hopefsl Barry -GoWwater FOB IAn OUT he was put oa aottee; the real and appropriations start withPassman .. many as 11 to apply : Methodist Bishop explained that
the San Diego Unioe-Tnhtiae charisog that some RtpvotwaM EL PASO, Tea (UPI) The fight still may lie ahead. In the past he has cloture sad end d.tote. John Wesley Lord told the Tonopah was a bomber baae
where be talked with E d I !. r .have maid the word. "....,... Li Tea Umfrire'i Assoeiatiea There Is a tremendous never failed to crop the annual Poverty: loose. mocraU House JoiMrlary. Comwtttee during World War II and hat
Klein and other executives. live a dirty one' had as charger from the N. amount of fat Ia the foreignaid aid request wen. beiew the a* were confident that President that the 'high art" of worship the third longest runways bt the
Klein. was press secretary for "It seed to be haajdwd tinsel Batebafl Congress today. budget request" said thorn tUott figure Johatoa'a ISM2 m_IMJtI antipoverty can no more be practiced United Slates He said the Ces-
e*
former Vice President Richard chunieljr hy the left ot and Members el the croup will longtime aid for Rep. Otto E Other Congressional newt: UU would r*" throughto to public shoots than on the inn in Null have heea taxied
!II !Niioa. ha the ZMO prtsUcatial the Democratic party nag Now we 'get their Individual membership P....... D-L. a** KlgJMs: Senate leaders passsge ..puW.1I gram foil course Bishop Lord appeared down the niaways as far as
campaign sod again. whaNuon find RepuMKaas who are engaged I when they get out. Passman is chsrrmsa of MapproprtattoM pinned their hope for a bled that the bill war I riding oa la opposition to W 1slatloa four miles and out of sight of
ran unsuccessfully for it besmirching Republicans La Tuna is a federal prison subcommitteehandling civil righu showdown on their a political steam ,t The timed tt overriding Supreme the Federal Aviation Agency
alifonua governor Ia 1K2 cir here. aid funds He pojit newly o(/.red compromise' House Education > .'t Labor <>""rt decisions that control tower before taking oftWednesday






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Where The People AreNEW


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YORK (UPIWhat can accommodate while others ,
happened to all the people are nearly empty The fairs w.. r
One month ago, before the big three-the General Motors, ...
turnstiles flirted to click, oUi Ford and General Electric exhibits .
cult of the big New York charge no admission TUCKER BL
World Fair bad predicted Each provides a costly, entertaining !
hopefully at react 280,000 vll show for visitors along
tors a day-and up to half a with plenty of soft sell" ti--c' gem"r
million on apecial occasions Despite extensive planning to
To date, attendance bat averaged keep people moving fast, )tong
only 150,000. Some rcitau line are always found out'loll'
rants most are doing quite these pavilions General Motors
well-are starving for business, has an endless belt which carries
concetiionarlei in the lake the visitors through a tunnel
amusement area are waiting of exhibits predicting the
for people and Mike Todd Jr., world of the future, but it cannot r.y .
r whose show "America Be Seated accommodate the crowd,
t ," took In only $300 In two The Spanish pavilion which
days at the box office, gave up has two fairly expensive resUu
,. Lr altogether. "The situation it rants, has been getting trem n.
terrible," he said and closed dour play Part of this is due
the show to the beauty of the Interior.
But there II no big rush to part to the Interest In the priceless .
push the panic button-not yet. collection of art on display
On the 48 acre wonderland Inside, for which there is an additional F ,

meadow, site of the biggest and charge. :. .
rn costliest World Fair ever, the The Swiss sky ride, a cable
big crowds have yet to come, car operation which sweeps visitors BREAK GHOl'ND FOR NI W BCSINEo'-'.. D. W f:ravor U breaking ground for Le Carousel
The children are still in school, 10 stories high over the Skating Rink at Ave V and 31st St NW next to Havendale Bowling Lanes, as his son Craig and '
most summer vacations have heart of the fair, also has lines. L. D. uCker, the builder look on The rink will be housed In a trand,: 'teel building 123 by 60
not yet begun, and not all the even on rainy days. feet and Is expected to be ready for opening! In July
pavilions are completely finIshed .

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One of the biggest complaint "W"___'" . .. ..... ..... ... ."..,. ..,. ...____ --..

thus far about the whole fair -. ,,, .-.
operation has been the lack of
solid attractions for the kids-
: and the need for a midway.
type show for dad. This '
? The complaint Is not com
pletely justified; In the so Week S'iRrDV20FFBuy

M called amusement area, the
Florida pavilion puts on a ONLY
!
w trained seal act and trained '
v ducks, both of which are family .
... 4rltsal7 1 crowd pleasers A fTum

THIS KIND OF PRACTICE MAKE! WINNERS .. The two men In this boat, Howard Weller ride family, and attractions the monorail, also are First Tire at price listed below get 2* tire for half that price!

I of Miami and Jack Broz of Lake Worth, set a new speedboat record for the I,430 miles be. But despite these crowd ,
-get
tween New Orleans: and Chicago yesterday. Above, they are shown practicing on Lake Eloise, ten, this Is the area whel'fmuch
paced by a trio of i ypress Gardens Aquamalds
of the gnashing of teeth
Is done The real problem Is location
The greatest flow of
..... crowds come from the subway
Fk
II station entrance and Long Island .
Railroad platform at the
opposite end of the fair There
I are scores of things to be seen
before the visitor gets to t h e
amusement area and by th>
time he gets there-if he gets _
there at all he has either
spent all he intends to spend or 1 1 /
r he Is literally too tired to keep 1
going
Actually the amusement ares
Is separated from the rest of
the fair by the Long Island Ex
presiway and can be reached
only by crossing a pedestrian ,
>n,+r bridge
1
I Another factor 1
holding down 111 1 111
... attendance is the price of admission .
$2 for adults and ft 1
for children And many of the
attractions cost money to sec
A lot of people have done some
. ; hasty figuring and decided that
Iti" .. .- between the cost of travel-and
4f. ..;. ,.;. lodging for out-of-townrs-admission NO TRADE-IN Needed
:, to the fair itself and I q, I I II IJ
then admission to certain ex I
hiblts Is Just not worth It-not SIU T.a.Nss' .LACKWAUI Tu........WHIUWALUhI
with all the free attractions J Tin' 2104 T".' ill TIr.2104 TI600.1 ,.-
New York City has to offer 1 ] UUS 512.67 titles IU7
Some attractions at the fair It r 6 5013 27.00 1J.50 11.0S 15.52
draw far more people than they 75014 JUS 15.72 JUS 1107
PORTUGUESE VISIT POLK .. Two chemical engineers from Portugal, F. da Cunnha of 80014 J4.50 17.25 JUO lass
Lisbon and Manuel Mascarenhaa Barrelro (from left above), stopped in Bartow on a round Dr. Arend Bouhuys of the "T I I
I the world Inspection tour \o see a phosphoric acid plant In operation, R, N. Hill, rli t'chl.t Emory University School of w ( 85014 37.90 II" U60 21.10
development engineer 01 uevison enemies! Uivision of W. K Grace t Co, Is showing them Medicine, Atlanta I a $73,000 I 900-14 42.20 :11.10: 41.55, 24,27
around. The Portuguese engineer are with Companhla Vnlao Fsbrll, the country's largest five.year grant for the first 67015 JU5 15.72 JUS 11.07
Industry. systematic study of bysslnods ( 710-15 34.50 17.25 JUO lEsS
among southern textile workers 76015 .7.90 II." 41.60 21.10

80015 42.20 21.10 41.55 24,27
School Official In many of its characters 820.15 U60 21.10 SO.IS 25.07
Squabble Science Fights tics, bysslnosls Is similar to
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I asthma, bronchitis and emphysema All Urea PLUS TAX
A'
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Dr. Bouhuys Is a year-old ,.. NO MOHEY DOWN JTakewon ".
Echoes Across The NationATLANTA Disease Caused native of The Netherlands who 111/grits \ to Pay-;

has been In this country nearly nNr.r He'j1rt

(UPI) A current In five other states they arc appointed two years
squsbblo in the Georgia li>gl U. by the governor The After years of research In
lure over whether the state remaining 22 states elect the By Cotton MillsATLANTA Europe medical, scientists Bouhuys establishedthat and other .tont NO LIMIT GUARANTEE FREE! FETYECHECK
school superintendent should be school head by popular vote
elected or appointed has echoes Under the compromise adopted Url--For) a substance in cotton dust, Is honored by thousands and thousands of
across the nation In South Carolina. which ( many when Inhaled Into the airwaysof Firestone dealers and stores in the United States
In South Carolina, legislators still must be approved in a ref cotton min worker In \the cotton mill workers, liber and Canada ,wherever you travel
South and elsewhere Monday ales a histlmalne In the lung All Tires Mounted FBEEI
school !
rrendum the
became so embroiled In the Issue supcrlntatlent
i bad day marked by wheeling FULL LIFETIME GUARANTEE NO LIMIT ON MIUS M MONTHSMMnaM
; a The histamine
during their recent general will he appointed by the (issue causes a _.l lhl-Me Sws..sii. wd --..-pwN/s........
assembly that a filibuster was school board. But his name will coughing and shortness of constriction of the breathing (M KM Mix toHMM MMMMMMMtf. ple11. *.
breath apparatus that brings on the <_CMMU pwKtwM tat Vw nnl M*M M. uMto / _
touched off. After two overnight be put before the voters during
distressing M a vtSMI ?* Other Firestone Nylon Tires Pricedas
These symptomsoccur
of
elections for typical signs byssinosls
session bleary-eyed<< lawmakers general a yes or no
to where vote on his record If the voters several I hours after the The big problem that now VMT:iiiim tuAJumns rmuitM
agreed a compromise . n (' Qlc.A 14.95
Mhn Low Less TrademiRondMcNally
whistle !has blown and as
by the school head wouKI he nix him, the board cannot reappoint starting needs to be solved Bouhuys _"11.1-_a*.- kCARMSIAWEttS.. - - -
appointed but subject to a recall him In many eases they last all says, Is Identification of the
election day The next day It Isnt ao agent In cotton dust that liberates .
In North Carolina, recurrent had, or the day after But the f-e histamine In the lungi
moves were made during the IIF.C1,1',1LI'GATLANTA; following Monday, after two Once that Is done cotton manufacturers I
last legislature to change the UPI Seven days off the job, the coughing, can be advised on
system of selecting the schoul Deep South states have begun w h e e II I n g and difficulty in what! steps should be taken to ;
superintendent from elective to desegregation of their trade and breathing comes again eliminate or control the guilty
appointive, but they were beaten technical schools If the textile worker has been substance In the cotton dust.
down. They are Georgia, Louisiana, on two weeks vacation and returns Bysslnosls symptoms occur
The National Education As. North Carolina, South Carolina to the job, the symptomsare on Monday following the weekend PRICE| sane
socistton in Washington said the Tennessee, Texas and Virginia, even more severe because the two days away
problem la one which arises according to Southern Education ) All this Is a description of from the cotton dust allows the $695 INCLUDES ROAD ATLAS
quite often In many states. But Reporting Service byninoils, In Industrial die cotton mill worker ra build upa
.the trend, the NEA said. ..s ease that affects worker In the supnly of Mitsmlne in his Simulated leather cover
toward appointment rather than cotton fl.* and hemp Indu lung tissue When he returns to Maps olin 50 states,
election. tries It Is a progressive res' his Job and begins breathing Thin ply top quality tOO: nylon webbing. Canada and Mexico
Georgia House of Repre QAYRQLI SAVINGS piratery ailment that can leadto the cotton dust again, it releases SUmlM steel burkl Fda any car Available ..
The in black. beige blue red and Yew* h i.>. ..l e *r ddiag Ie
wntatives bucked the trend yes WILL FEATHER YOUR total disability and even the histamine. thus caus gray green. yew bed,.,_...will a rye.dl. .
rday when it voted to recon NEST death inn the symptoms sine .. ........ 't t.t. w-w..
der an earlier move and keep BYIJIIIOIII has been stlldlt'dexltlulvel1 Through the work week, with
the state school superintend' and Its Incidence constant exposure lo cotton
an elective office in Georgia charted II many European dust the histamine In the worker .
new constitution countlrrs. But In the United 'a body does not get a tJ1': nee
But the move wa. certain.i t h' Stiles. the largest cotton prolucmg to build up again and trifger
run into opposition when II nation in the world and an attack, although the short
reaches the Senate where some the one wW the greatest outlayof new of breath and Inability to Expert
t., makers are atrong advo e money for medical research. properly ventilate the lungs 0
1 stes of having the school head the disease has largely been may persist Fronf.Endwhere
appointed< ho rd. t U S. PublIC Health Service drel In the picture;' Dr. Bou
The appointment system was -;;: r lays that .' the ITT,000 cotton bays says Quite bluntly unfor your dollar buys MILES more .-*
recommended by G o v. Carl textile werk-rs the Untied t..I1. we have no clues as
Binders education commission .;o.. :::: State la I60 .n estimated to what it is in the cotton dust 590 Avenue A, S.W. Brake
and was Included In the const! z"J' 110.000 were exposed to bysstn that liberates the :'liilamin .
till nn'' drafted by a special con '"' oats in the cleaning. cardingand We d>ll'l i know from what part ,e CY 3-2116 Service!
uuon revision commission 'l'lnnll'' rooms of cotton of the cotton plar: it comes "
Plenty of Free Parking
At \ .'Jrdmg to the NEA school milts Bouhuy and his associates
'!ip rtntendent are appointed In an effort t.> correct this hive started collecting the car.
bi: i h."II I boards in 23 stales sltust!?n tile tSPHS has given jOU parts of th, cotton plant!




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Yankees Bounce Finish Haven Season Women That Is Correct,



Members of the Winter Haven

Past ClevelandInto Women a Qt AasociationiliUMMl Cubs ClobberedBy
out die IMMSfj yeater I

day with a ntM hoi crow'

country toutiisjnsjl
Low net wlaaMTi for the field

3rd Place -' M.H MrJerry' Mrs NIU Mclver Bach wronU first Mets, 19By -

.nil Mrs Tony Kalogridutliinl

By MILTON R1CHMAN second against a like number of 1 1 l OftCUt nun World Series. the way in y'hi )I..
cpa Sports Writer u inncra for""hjk" holes were
losses gave up eight hits and j l'PI Sport Writer Northern Dancer twice flattened'
Some gals make i big fuss fanned eight Lou Clinton and Mrs Caul SmilaX Mrt John :NEW: YORK llPlt) There favored Hill Rise in the Ken
about an engagement ring but Jim King hit homers T.irk>'r and Mr. Runs Kato hate been across the years lucky' Derby and the Preaknes'

\ou ought to near the Cleveland Minnesota Jim Kilt won his ot'ti' pnaea awacsVad weN: many phenomena in the world or Gene Tunney beating Jack
holler about a plain old M,'s) tuned. .In, Mr*.
Indians own game when his seventh inning vurva of sports but there a new one Dempsey two times In a row
wedding ring infield single scored Don 11, W MeI... wlnawr, and that tope 'em all today
It didn't do them a bit of M i n c h e r with the run that 1s Mrs R F. Jvk**, nmnirup.itumlance ; The acoriMd haltered, he- Yet take into account that the
good because the New York beat Los Angeles Ken McBrIde ., \ *war< Mrs.. Merry draggled much-mnhgn.d Met Meta mad more errors than

Yankees not only knocked them suffered his eighth straight setback King. Jr.; and towering brit th* Cuba It to 1. runs In their weekend series
off for the fifth straight time compared with one victory bamtuap th* meet Mr*. .... do; ahead and rave about with the Colts-awl dkta mak.

Tuesday night 3-2 but also although he allowed only three Duwna. Raga Rannister running the a single. error while they humbled

cobleap-frogged over them into hits and one earned run In Mrs Howard Wells. chairman first l tour.mi"ut mil. Cornel. the Cuba as few teams
third place in the American eight innings Kaat yielded for '64.'., announcnri th* ms Warmerdam pole vaulting ever have bum humbled li\

League. eight hits and struck out nineIn following committees; toum I 15 feet for a mark which re. such a lowly adversary

The ring belongs to Whitey posting his fifth victory .c moot Mr. L. C. Stewart, niHtril the year. until John I'elie .
Ford who wore It on his right MM Rick Martin and Mr*. 'boosted it to It feet' or the PoHsjh up the way Country
hind under his glove while I I John Crlap; trophy Mr. Chicago Bears walloping the Slaughter scored an the way
pitching against the Indians Plumbers Claim Lows Kamm and Mr*. Charles Washington Redskins TO-0 in the from first ba on a single in I;

Tuesday night Lathers social Mrs R. E !ItNll> National Football League give the Cardinals their World
Sally Hemus. the sharp.eyed 8.0 Barlow WinBob Bock and Mr. Dick Madaw; plavnff Series victory over the Red)
third base Cleveland coach Nut only that but I thou low Son Cuiaiua Clay beatinu.
HA\lV\\i\llS' 1 11! I l\i\-, I' tit"I,tipint-n, rxntii t lla\e Golf .lubwomens awocla- publicity Mrs King; Rube
spotted it on Ford's finger ear. VVneelus and Carroll ly Melt, who hadn't scored that Sonny Lisle for the beset
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tlon cross-rcmnti ivmmurl l< 1 "II'' tin'\n M'd son vetterctav were, front row from left Mr Jukes; handicapMrs -
ty in the evening and waited Lasslter threw a two hitter at Mrs Dick MaI"! Mi I :Maik'-pin.i' 1 Mis ('nt IUk'f1 hits, Mrs. lenv Mclver Mrs. louts Kato: yearbook Mrs man runs In their previous welfM championship. or Bobhv

until the opportune time to Bartow AAC In the Lakeland Kamin., aiiilMiMik' I I1", ?', ou'I! 'I i ,(m Miv,, K !'. Jukes, Mrs (tarry King: Jr.. Mrs H. W. Frank Pride and Mr*. H. w. nine tames. alto pIM up a resounding Joan grand slam In 130

complain City League last night and It was Mclver Mis Hi." :ai! t Wells Mis } i 11I1k 1 1"1 ,IP. Mis. Iixiltli', and Mrs i harle Lathers; Mrlver scrapbook Mrs. a hits have to
Still pupth.t i
He picked the top of the ninth good for an 8-0 win for Daniels back roW. Mis, Mil r. rrVn", I, uss Kato| Mii Paul smith 1\Irs. Nleli Itach Mrs J. V. Carl So brag about Eddie' Arcana your Fish eyes finished for
HurUg Jack r
Inning with the score tied 2.2 Plumbing of Winter Haven. The McKmglit,, Mi Jh) l i I't !kn I Mis, I li't k h."i MmkP" and Mrs. 1arlMooirHK.KiM winning five Kentucky Derbies. Mete tor the first time In
out
twosome combined to strike the
Hemus told Cleveland Manager Don I LarMt'n' perfect game In
Hill. OF FAMFIISSARATOGA a4 only four
13 opponents. IT start gave up
George Strickland who the WorM Series. Francis Out
The Plumbers hits SPRINOS. NY hits In tile
10 In
got proems
promptly beefed about it to who met al 10 waling( mighty Harry
Lnul Feudal
the contest which pushed their (UPI) -
plate umpire Johice season mark to 146. The localsare trained Man O'War. will be In- Varian and Ted Ray In a playoff Mow memnt at the bet)
The Indians felt Ford was us ( for the U 8 Open championship .
undefeated In the Lakeland atalM In the Thoroughbred llant golf pfsy of Jack Nlchlau
log the ring to put nicks in the league Raring Hall of Fame Au,. 10. or J...* Owens setting as a pro golf "baby" In hn

ball Friday the Daniels team will\ shag with Assault, the 146 thrrr world records In one day low X*; Polar Johawon sec
This brought Yankee Manager go against Lakeland Publlx for Triple Crown winner and Bunher .t l Ohio State ord breaking domination of 1110'
Yogi Berra charging from the the second round lead In the one of racing's greatest Hut try to tie the fact 1 that Olympic decathlon or IngemarJohansson's
dugout and before you know it loop. Both teams are 2-0 In the mare them' amtwtag Met clobbered first lime knockout I
everyone was trying to talk at second half.A six tub pMther as I if the ball of Floyd Patterson.

Saturday night exhibition FRESNO. Calif. once.The harangue about the ring doubleheader, originally slated Kenneth C Cleason has been but thorn 13 Met hilt wen
listed so long that Ford finally for Partln Field has been moved named assistant athletic direc Minvfl at the manner In pled up hrlub whose liai1'
walked off the mound and tookit to Bartow Athletic Field hIt of Fresno State College, sue w I ho. li the Lm Anlll'lt" Di,,lk:,'ri i in the homO' run t ''i" pajii '

off in the dugout. The visiting Jacksonville teamis sw tMHlinaJ. Flint Manner. who Isrrtlrtnr i I"ii" h> r. raanhan< ,1 the 1Y 1w, nt h.ui1 a i an.I I ,''al ,)f A,
Ford struck out 10 batters butit one of the strongest unitsIn ; ik Yankr, In u..l: .' n n
was rookie Pete Mikkelsen the 81a te. .. =-- -- ----

who was credited with the vie On tap Tuesday for local
tory his third against one defeat softball fans Is an exhibition
lie took over for Ford tilt with the world champ Clearwater + hr
with two on and one out in the Bombers at Bartow. (Th*
ninth retired the next two bat. charity gam will\ provide funds :
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ten and earned the win when for the Bartow Little League .
football
little Bobby Richardson broke program. 1
Daniels .Tlmi
team manager ""
the tie with a bases loaded single
In the bottom of the ninth. Daniels reported today that a 4 .t aof
Marvin Simmons who fired the Fr'A'
Elsewhere in the American
only no-hitter for the PIU11hrl r s
League Baltimore won its fifth
this year Is no longer on the
straight with a 2.1 triumph over
team due to business difficul Winter Haven
Detroit Boston ran its victory ties. Daniels said Simmons

straight with a 3.2 win over pitching will certainly be missed
Washington and Minnesota beat as the season progresses.
Los Angeles, 2.1. The Chicago

Kansas City game was rained _

out. Booster Club e

In the National League Casey I ; llt'n I NAMES WINNI-P -. Winner'! li the "r ink 'orb'! "11 !J"tlllldlll.'d.' i i i h''blat
Straitr, ,Met. pulled the big. Records $500 l.ak. IIon ) a-T'l' and counir) ( marl tin ittint liomlio I I I'.n.'l l ll>'ijini.i" v a a
gees"IIurprise bycrushing-thr' C.'s.,|l' t ant I lin: lUitef: : sduidlni:, Ian:: Hi'riwn.Tnraticlt: : ;' M.m, : 1 Idltnd;: :(: :milt t i I It In MI,: .

Cubs, 19.4. the Pirates Inaufed The Blue Devil Booster Club sail An,>:l. |"rt.:!. i m'd! the low net t await l to<< Mai re 1.111(1't win 1\,1 i .".,.I i '..U,n.s ", II", tie 74
the first.place Phillies. 13.... the put over $500 Into the bank as for. 211:: inul I'I' :nthpiMntRoberts' '
Reds downed the Dodgers. 62 a result of their recent golf The Spet'mlized Job of Savings and Loon Associations
and the Colts beat the Braves tournament at Winter Haven
42 Ram washed out the Gl- Golf Club. Club president tloy Region Women

ants.Cardinals game Delgado said that this Pitching Ace
Bob Johnson's pinch single In total will be used! to promote Complete EventMarge
t the seventh broke up a 1.1 tie Winter Haven High School activities '

between the Orioles and Tigers next year 7eltmt l poiteit' ntlicoiei

and a fine pitching duel between The report on the tournamentwas Strikes Out 14 Batters uf 7fl. 62, 74 for a 212
Wally Bunker and Mickey made at yesterday's morning 'total' to claim Hi i st l place In the
Lolich ((43)). each of whom meeting at the Park Restaurant. Stank, Angle loutnaiiii-ni' al'

hid allowed only two hits until Billy Vlnson of the Robert's The winning pitcher was Id- Lake Region Yacht and ( ounlrv
that frame The next meeting for the .... ( tub
Plumbing team pitched a one ward Corley while Stanley ,
boosters will be May 9. On
Ed Breiaoud'g ninth Inning on bitter and struck out 14 batter cock took Hi* loas RuMr-up. In the event
the agenda at that time will be yea
tingle scored Earl Wilson with nomination and election of last night to carry his t..m0 Today's action will feature Jan Brawn with a 71. at, 75, 216
Boston's winning run against officer for the coming year and an 1-1 victory of the Optimist American League action with total ....II.t of the tournament
Washington Bresoud connect. discussion of holding a "Meet team In the Winter Haven Little th* Llk's Club vs ees1e7 Insurance was Dot Thomas with a
ed off reliever Ronnie Kline I !" rather League opening round. and Wholenal BnUder groM 77.Other .
Devils
The Blue Nigh
now 33 Wilson who won hu football kickoff Vlnaon was In complete con- v*. the Jaycees at Rotary Park,
than the annual trol all\ th* way andover power. beginning at 5 p.m. Town and prize winners were
banquet. ed most of his opposition with Country will face Tamp tl.ctrie first round low nt, Vra G>sator .
WH Rec League Delgado encouraged all booster a biasing rut ball. and Polk Tractor wad tike ; Moond round low nt.Jean
attend the
club member to Larry Dobbs. Vlnnon'a bat. on th* MOOM Club In the tight" niter, "third round low net,
Results Listed next meeting. It will begin at tery mate, supplied the bat. gam* at Partin Little LMSJWField. Dot Judd; moat fives, Plo rn11 -
7:30 a. m. at the Park Restaurant needed be .
power a* drove In The first night pnw *
Baseballs and Softball con on May 9. five run with two single, one start at 7 p.m. to h* followed .Sara Angle presented the

tinued to fill the air in the of them with th* Use loaded. by tile Mcoad at 130: p.m. award

Winter Haven area last night The losing pitcher was Bill
While many game results will Major League Roe a 10-year-old making his
be found on this page hated first little I.*,. . Major League StandingsBy
below are the results of other Pal, Hartman of the Villa
Lumber team turned In an
local contests
Women Recreation League LeadersBy .quaUy Impressive pitching< I'nlled Free lnimalloal Houston al Milwaukee muni/ i

Lakeland 13 Auburndale 0 performance with a two-hit shut National.... Owens (13)) or Brown 14))
no Run Rule) out of the new Belk-Lindsey W L. Pet. GB vi Plsch.rt42))
fulled Press International 4-0.
team.
Winter Haven Bagteys II Mulberry Philadelphia 21 14 540Safi Americas I.**..*

1 (10 Run Rule) National G.League AB R. II. Pd. Villa la got the all Brat the run Inning) necesairy when Frae 22 15 563Bt W I. Prl GB Loan?
Mens Recreation League Louis 22 11 M4 1 Chicago 30 10 .MTBcRiMMT Mortgage
Williams Chi 35 137 :26 M .394 Fred Ridley, IndaKmea, alnrfed -
12 11 JII4 I M 14 32Nw
Tampa Wholesale I Wrights' Pitlaktrgb *
Maps. SF M1J5 37 S3 .39S and then scored on' MIll
Ice 2Waverly Milwaukee 21 11 M2 INCinewu York it If71 !' ,
Torre. MU 38149 2t M 37CImnte mlacuea.
6 Minute Maid 1 / I' II ..flllouataa / I CltwhMtf U 14 WO 3
Pitti 38 160 :30 60 371 Two more run were scored
...' lee 3D 12 n. t"4i Mineisaa II 17 5M 3 It's like another member fame
City Employes 9 Wri. Boyer St L 393493956.349 In the second Inning, after !MIllpat.r adding to your
2 Jack Edward had Loa Angeles II 12 .Me 1/ IrtIIIM 30 .II UI 4
Frees. Pills 26 M 14 29 345Stsriell
Chevrolet Center I Tampa Flits 24 97 18 33 .340Cardnas atruck out th* Brat two men Chicago I. 11 ..,.. 7 IMrott n an 4M *HWachhXten ily. The ease with which you can accommo
Maw Yerll 12 III .M 11"41 17 21 IM 9w
Wholesale 4.SWIMMING. Cin 37131 21 43 W to face Mm. Second baeeman
Bailey Putt 32 107 12 35 37 Bob Ka* > singled and Hartman Tuesday's RmM .... A4>ttei is 2S JT 10 date the skill of
Santo Chi 34 135 :20 40 J80 walked. Both hatter then New Yerk 1* Chkage. I Kansas Crty 12 25 :KM II '''. your "guest" depends upon

POOLCHEMICALS Menke Mil 36 108 II 33 J80 rounded th* has** on ate error, Pittsburgh/ U nails 4. nightHonton Tr.4.,'. Reecho!
a paaeed ball and a fMderschoice. 4, MBwak.e2. night Baltimore 2 Detroit I. night those who helped with the financing

American League The final run peered m Cta I LM Angela 1. Bightln !Hew' Yen 3 Cleveland 2 night
HTH Super-Chlor Ohva. Mean 37 160 34 II MlBresaoud. the fifth Inning.In rrncaco at ft Laws, Boston 1 Washington 2. ntghi

.. Bo 38 Ul 24 M M3 tile day fame at Rotary night, pet rasa. Mien Z..Ln Angeles I I. nigh; Let our experience go to work for you whenIt
PERCLORON Freehan Pet Park, the AmerM National Wednesday Prabl. PMrhers ('hMarr at K\:<" pprf rain

.1.! $1 106 17 rr 449 Beak erupted her. three run to New Yak at CMcago A WrdsM dsy's r'.......* PHfhrr comes to the planning of your next home.

SWIMMING POOL Hinton Wash 41 1ST It 54 .344Fregosl the second inning on a walk, Jackson ((1-11) vs EMsworth '4. Waihuafton at Baton K"rh

EQUIPMENT I SUPPLIES LA 3> 17' a 36 486 two errors, and a bee hit and 4) I 101 .iv MonhiMutte < I l\ > There is obligation in talking things over.
Mantle NY 31 99 1* 31 40 then held on' for. 13.1 victory Loa Angel. al rtnriMiatlrnlfbt (Irveland at New Yak Kra no

CHEMICAL SALESCO. Maria NY 21 'Ti 14 38 411Roboan over the Ktwante Club and the ) K***** (.-,,) ** Ntn lira > 40i, vs Downing ( ID
V. r. w. downed the First
new
hall Oeiroit al Baltimore iniuM ,
Bah 38 142 22 44 4M (3.3)
Hansen. Chi 2916 23 33 .366Nichlan Federal team 10-s ten Fraawwco *t It L..I.I Began (tS.4t) vi MrNally i I'l J
IIS.."kS SW. CY 1-4IH] Chi 30161 3D n .:.394Attltt American: Bank pitcher Mike night) Marten! ill vi ,'lite.... at Kansas ("fy 7
white went the distance and
BuihardtHZ and
Gibson (41)Phtlsdelphsa) twinlsjhti I
*s ej %\%%%%**\'%********'VfQjfT '''''''') struck out t batters In defeating at Pittsburghnight tbr\rn\ (U I 2 j '.r VI'?., : v ,
the Klvni Two of the tour
i / Once again yes Full, ruth felts off WUte were by BoMr/ ( Ihh.f'ey2' 2'' vi \f..nft'.ruo1', ''o I "Hi tlan'Ira!
w**" rrM'Dd41) han ''Oil J I
((f ) dttltrt after you th.( pe pylar In. Ayers, tile apposing pitcher
i who also went tile dutanc.
ifanf D.CW. Ir duals, cleani cad
: V. F. W. jumped toss *-4
waits your furnifer to a beautiful j led over the Flrt Federal

I' Ustr hI |just one easy operation. team after two lasts*** nx MSvictory NOTICE TO MINORS

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HUM; ,4fMIMf.; 'TPUEBLO Ware, 'T I, a retired cattle rant- hsf*. .reed not t t.. '
1 A Bit of Holland Onto 'UP1'> cr tees Boone. Colo.
Nurses at PMhVtew Kplseoiwl' Ware agreed to be hoapKll. I
\ Hospital anally reached miHR lied for a minor operation If houM "I feel naked with,,, ,
",meiit suitable to Jack < keep his Stetson on he, Apt," Ware MM
In the Caribbean


. SfPftAtH11ert
f WILLCM8TAD Curacao iibbcan touiist trade ,
(UPI>-This Dutch West Indies Among projects aimed nt! Ills -
Ulan tons ha been popular HIM! American and othei tort'i.illoners -
I with Carl"n crulae passenier to come here amitin t ALLBUTTERCOOKIES
mainly because of the longer are a luxury 200-uH.tn
many banaln available at It* Hilton hotel scheduled tot completion "' rats"
free port thopa. in time for the 196.S-U6 j p akaRY

But moat visitors. made onto; season and development of .
I brief stopovers and generally beach facilities along the slifl.lered {SPECIALS c- : } in an attractiveold
of their time In the southern coast. old fashion'
ohopphy district In UU capital 1 This writer visited Cut al .1". cookie jar
dty at Curacao,which lies about with other newsmen and KIH.' -I 1
44 miles OB the coast of Venewela. on Pan American World Al r WITH rECA'' ""ELIIOU') flUTTER
ways' jet Inaugural night '" ?! 1 19
The advent of the jet a e.however sister Island of Aruba Pun Am POUND CAKEems. .
cut fright same from has been servicing Curanyears. "<" t\ .
Ntw York to about five hour .
and Inspired construction of Prom the air Wlllcnval 1 <
one Of the finest hotel In the looks more like a city in It .
GtriMMati the 124-room air- land, with its gabled biuM i J H I :h e.ch 69COELICIOU
conditioned Curacao Intercon painted houses and spotl, -. ,\
tinental. clean streets, than a bu"

With recent reductions In airfares West Indies port. Outside of
officials and business Willemstad and other built!!- up J
communities, the country slih:
leaders are making an even
stronger pitch for a bigger shareof known as the eunucu In the (1'IAIN[ BUTTER '
the multi-million dollar Ca- Inland vernacular of Paplnmrnto -
a mixture of Dutch. Span.
POUND CAKE'
isb, Portuguese and several
' Bill little other languages) resembles
'Ii > Big : semiarid regions of the American .I'''E Wl t :r T: .. 'ub :.", i r.i, \i l \ '; :r L 1..11
southwest.It ,'! i1t h Vi ! all' V- *-' ht!'> t U 1\)1) 0' : 't '
Fair Giant Once seldom rains in Curacao BUf"akj' n. ''it'tf Walter \V..e, Ki'tiiifihiii. ii, "' '.s< IK"<, ."l"1'Lrsdlc. ,, a "a? l'hll e.ch 59cf
tit is outside the hurricane bolt > Kn'' i ,'tl'. Mlko .!ones.lohn M\<\eion\ land\ (fee't',, Ids/ M > ..q. Mi I'. ,rt (lh" Ve.
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and vegetation Is mostly limited andkUsJ." |1\ 'inn dennathet i v shin.ttnnIhhr.dito.av-thireeonsr.nt.htctwlthe i "

Boxed Marciano to cacti, agaves, aloes and tour.
t the curiously-dwarfed divi-divi
r NEW YORK iUPI' This tires whose branches are bent If?. f'."( n HU:
was back In 1947' Big Bill Little in the tame direction by the Boat Licenses On Sale June 1 1Boat !NFtW' YORK UM' Mumma -
stationed at Fort Lewis.
a boxer
prevailing trade windsPlctu'l'lQue of thr United Chinch of
Wash., was having trouble finding -
WlllemsUd regUtratlons" will on Less Christ' wale assured In a pic-
to keep Is one go than 12 feet in length, Janislt
sparring partners
him In shape for weekend bouts. of the world's busiest ports sale In Polk County June 1. it tl SO. 12 feet or more and leas toral. letter lecemly" that thnirepresentatives ]
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Cruise ships freighters arid was announced today by Ray than 16 feet 15 50, 16 feel or In thr ix-rti\
His problem was understandable. tankers constantly ply St. Anna Clements tsx collector more and less than as feet. $10 nomination Consultation on'
Who would want to tangle Church Union had nrith t < 01stdered ,
which divides the ;
Bay
capital Registrations expire on June 50; 26 but less than 40 feet
with a six-foot nine-Inch 310- Into two sections known as the :30.: SilO 50; 40 but Ins than M feel" nor discussed' ",")' plu>
pound giant? At four dollars a that would thr luneii'"
"Punda" and the "Otrsbanda" Renewals may be obtained at ISO 50; 65 but less than lie fret, Impah
round no less. other side. the tax collector's office in Bar $I! .50. Ito or more "1.10, dealer or freedom of the local I chain 1\I
No one of course-except for From the Intercontinental tow, or by mail. When orderIng Jiojo Ttw a.OM 000-mrmbri rmn.i 1Jakevj
one man who also was stationedat built on the waterfront within renewals by mail send the Church. | union of the Cot 1\ t
the base. His name? Rocky the ramparts of an 18th cen atlonal Chi Istl.n Chin I III '
Marclano. the same Marclano tury Dutch fort guests can expired registration or "FL" !ttl'llI.f.TfI.'. and the Evangelical I and HI \
number to the boat.
who was destined to become the watch the famed Queen Emma Identify HOLLYWOOD ''UPI' Th! formed Church. I* fn"II k"'II: III .
heavyweight champion of the pontoon bridge swing open to Checks should be made payable Screen Extras Guild, anxious U:t unity talks with the Intnim!

world a few years later. allow ships to pass in and out to Ray Clements, tax keep production In Hollywoodhas I Ions 1 Convention of Chti'nau.1 ':Q" L'TY'' Is :QUR1 :lcfALtY\\ r
"Rocky was still fighting of the harbor.A collector and applications mailed adopted a resolution dmmuHin <" Churches 'iDlsclplrn of Clm. iI i t't '
amateur at the time and no one signal. tower to contrpl, ship to him. assigned to Auto Tag : that COIUII'I'8Inlcl I 1.nlll'lhll; || United Birtin.'. > r
really ever heard of him In the traffic Is located at Fort Naaau !\- Department P O. Box 963 laws "11 quiring all movies mn .
Bartow be clearly labeled with I Methndl-i. C'l '111,1 t0,1, : t
Northwest explains Big Bill built in 1796 on a high pla CY3-4S1I
currently appearing as the Oregon teau. A visit to the fort( provide s The COT? of rri.utrjl.on: for tli'' i 'ountrv ,or orldn1' the! rnltr.1\ Pi.-in't ,ii,,,, c>
, follow rcn, ann:: In all achrrtlMix CM'' USA
s Timber Carnival's Paul the sightseer with a spectacular boats It si
: Bunyan at the New York panoramic view of the city and'
w
World's Fair. harbor.
"But he Impressed me immediately Other top attractions m., iuds
as soon as we climbed old Fort Amsterdam '''PI r-l ': r
I
Into the ring. Here was a man Peter Stuyvessnt was ROUTIX.) n
half my size by comparison of Curacao In the mid-1600 and; a
I who showed absolutely no fear the leg he lost during an XP'
and gallons of guts. It was easy dltlon is said to be buried In t...
to sec he came to fight" Monte Berde cemetery In Cato' ::
,J As Big Bill, who won all but cao; the oldest Proto> s two Of his 48 professional In the Caribbean built
bouI' *;' parades around the Fairground In hH; and the evenoldrMtkve -
with his nine-foot axe Israel Synagogue wm 'i
( and jet black beard, he's ahnontafew dates! beak to 1133 and wan t:.- :
to spot as the UnlJph l'e. first In the New World.
$lost youngsters generally ask e a 0 I
'f Mm the same question
Tax Sale t
")sow can I grow as big and City lit i I
M strong as you?"
Lists
"Real easy," retorts the Oregon Friday 1
r giant "Lead a clean life
.I and move to the Northwest 124 ParcelsThe :
Everything Is big out that way city of Winter Haven
Both the trees and the men will out on sale Fndaj tai
. Little, for years town sheriff certificates on I 124 parcel; of
I back in his native Morton real estate for which IMKJ: taxes / Ilil .
With., likes the Job and no one! are unpaid ,, Y?
challenge him for obvious The total delinquent tax J
reasons. He also likes his job at t4.9CI.41, according to E R
the Fair especially so now that
Landahl, city treasurer
Ma hotel living quarters Includea Those owing taxes have t 4t
bed for his sleep-
Unfitted
morrow and Thursday to settle
lug comfort. the account and stop the sale:
Little a 39ye.roldMI-
of certificates.
rite Is married and has five
The city hall will be aloud
from
children! ranging In ate
file to 19. Billy. Jr., the oldest Friday In observance of Me
mortal Day. However, the tax
University
hey In attending Oonaaga
on a ba.ketballachol.r- sale will be held on the city hall

ship, steps si 11 am
Since the taxes became delinquent t ,
sixfoot10and
It figures. He s I
and were advertised a
still growing
As Big Bill Sr says month ago. approximately one
"Everything Is but out that third of the advertised list hn 3

way!! been paid.

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Missions Abound Hour Abby . .



Throughout N. Mex. Fact-And Fiction ti


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SANTA FE,, N M A when he returned to Spain. Abigail Van Huron
hundred years beloir t the RIM most of the New Mexico mUMons i
California mission IUt' Moll were built
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Indian in New Mi'xuo worshipped The oldest mission Mill In use
at a chain o( mud- 1.- the Mission of San Miguel at DEAR ABBY This is for the mother who intense need for love and padenrt at li" Tt has
adobe Catholic Chun-lies Ten Santa Fe Eloquent with tnrvicenturies read her 16-year-old daughter' diary and was"warned helped me to foresee trouble before it itcvclops-
tick I I. toe was 1< when my mother and to offer wile guidance it has laiK-ht: mo 10,
are sun used today of tinditlon It was read my diary I HO years ago't. K read like this listen instead of preach It has 1 219
The mlaiioiu. built by Franciscan built in K32 by Benavides follower "After choir practice we aU went to Margaret's set limits before they are .' helpedalso
: priests began la ISM. *. house and as usual her mother wa out. We were given me confidence In my daughter's THIRDST.S.W.
when the ant was constructed In 1MO the church and most popping corn when Margaret's brother came in ability to make right ..: ... I beTievn 1 OTT'SWINTER
of mud and Umbers on the of IU bekmglni were ravagedby with maw friends, 'R M' sure i II the love of my have an obNfation. lo God to retard this child .
banks of the Rio Grande at San are In the Indian revolt life. When Margaret's mother came home to Him aa a faMlled. useful perwn. not a* an
Juan north of Santa Fe In aaalnat the Spanlah. But aftera 'R M.' was showing us how the coach give rubdown apology. And I know that I will be forgiven) for fKG. STOW
I'm she the wont! Next 'unfarglvaMe" do when the LARGEST
ualnc to
.. sure thought means so HAYEN'S
1621. Father Alonzo Benavides reconqueat In I 2 the mis-
week after choir we will go to BeMy's as her time romt'I
came to the New World with 26 lion wa repaired a new roof will of Here' hoping
folk be out town Oh, boy @IJ.rat r @W
lilacs, and nine yean later set on the three-footthick ado 'R.M.1 will be there." A MOM WHO CARES V
be wall, and its tiny chapel was Some of the above wa true, but the part ..':. STR. KY BOURBON TOIDKMIPSOiV
refurbishedThe about "R.M." was all wishful thinking.I I had
'
Santa Fe mission was a terrific crush on him and he didn't know 1 was e e FOUR ROSES
STURDY WOODEN built on the same plan a* most alive.' I filled my diary with one imaginary loveaffair DEAR ABBY: I am Die mother of a It-year- 86" BLEND
of the New Mexico missions after another Of course my mother would old boy, and while he chant keep a diary 1 did BLENDED WHISKEY CHARRED OAK
front walls narrowing toward a never believe that It was all made up I'm sure come across an unfinished letter he had written
CLOTHESPINSDOZEN simple little altar to form that many teen-agm do this today. My own to a boy cousin I wa shocked and heartsick at &' YD STRAIGHT
an COLDSTAGG
Wile girl (13)) i* now entering the thrilBng age some of the stuff he said he had done. Sine 8 I l\. BOURBONBRUGALRUM
apse The high windows, deep- of secret, and I am glad 1 have a secret to one Incident had to do with school, I !got In touch
set and narrow, sift I the New help guide me. Sincerely, with his football coach and a helpful school OLD CROW
Mexico sunlight to amber tones 7 YR. 5TR. KY BRB e1.l;
counselor, and had a talk with them. It turned
At Socorro. 128 mile south of AUTHOR OF A TEEN-AGE DIARY out that my son hadn't done any of these thing I REG. 5.20 43.7 CASE NOMiPSON
Santa Fe. another mission was He was Just tired of being' a "good kid" andwanted REG
Ie built when two friar. Fray . , t to appear more daring I and spirited, 4.60
Martinet and Fray Sa I...1'. Perhaps our entertainment today makes crime
stayed behind at an Indian village DEAR ABBY: I seldom disagree with you and violence appear so glamourous ashamed -
while Don Juan de Onste.Srst but when you say that it Is "unforgivable" fora that our young people feel almost
mother to read her daughter' diary I can't they don't get Into some tort of trouble. Parents A 35.88
conqueror of New Mexico, go along l with that. It is the DUTY of parent ta'to shouldn't feel hurt If their children/ don't share CASE
moved north limp a close, eye on their children until they all their thoughts and dream with them I
Part of the walla of the able' to assume, full responsibility for their know I didn't, and I had wonderful parents. This
Socorro mission still stand, but actions. If a mother ran learn something that might help the mother who wa "Worried Sick"
with each $1 Purchase In 1615 a larger mission was will be helpful in guiding: her daughter by readIng because of the escapade she read In her daughter' YELLOWSTONE BSOTURRBKN 3.99 I
built nearby, picking up a Mtx- her diary, or letters, or listening In on telephone diary. They were probably pure fiction a.; 3THVAT691
This Week Only lean architecture in the proc_. conversations, I say more power to her! too
The second mission The "loss of privacy" Is not nearly a* seriousto
till is in
use. is- or year-olds a* the trouble they could WANTING TO HELP
No Limit At the Zia Pueblo, near Albuquerque get into when they get away with thing theyshnuldn'l. IGILBEYS I IDJIE
of It doesn't do any good to hear the .
one the few original
confession I after a girl i is in trouble when the
Franciscan missions still trouble 1 I. evident. Get It off your chest For a Pl'rlOllal.Iftoo
attracts hundred of tourist published reply, write to ABBY, Dos 69700.Lo Queen AnneHUDSON (\
dally with its 17th Century ANOTHER POINT OF VIEW Angeles, Calif. 90069. Enclose a damped,
styling mixed with Pueblo In- self-addressed envelope '

dlan architecture. Located on . s s BAYku VODKA I'REG.
. . fl (
the edge of the pueblo the mission )
LANGS 8 YR. /1:(
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was built on the top of a DEAR ABBY I, too have read my 16-year For Abby'i booklet, "How To Have A Lovely
black lava mesa overlooking the old daughter' diary for more than five year, II b
: Wedding, send SO cent to Abby Box 89700, :
1 Is
andy valley of the nan'owJl'mtl and I expect to tell her only when she lying IMP. SCOTCH
Loa Angeles, Calif. 90069.
awake waiting for her teen-ager to come In. 4.50
River Zla, one of thr By reading K, I have come to understand the S McN.u.M .,..dlc.t., In. t IU4
oldest pueblos, was visited by 0
Coronado In his march north

/ VILLAGESoutheast from The Mexico mission at the Santa Ana Chronicler of Michelangelo REG. f

Pueblo rivals old San Miguel in 7.15
age Set down In the midst of
Plaza sand dunes on the north side of
Cypress Gardens Road the Rio Jemrt. the brilliantly Found Agony No Ecstasy

white church was built by Fiay ,
Juan de Rosas, one of Ni w 6 YR. '

-Mexico's lint padre When He Tried SculptingROME HARRINGTON BCANADIAN i RIG 6.65, 4 f.fcUSTHl?Q IScnQrnus


(UFI> Irving Stone of the most fascinating time ot spare minute I hid he !said
WItaRHAVEN admits that he's probably the my life These men work the "It was a disaster I Just dldu't I
NARpjU world' worst sculptor."I same way their ancestor did have it In me I haven't laid a : VA BROO41
know Just about everythingthere hundred of year .'0. And the chisel to atone since the book ;}
DIRECTLY ON SHINt UK Is to know about the art, job pas down from father to was finished I DAY GIN
l./7I. except that I haven't a rain of son." "The Agony and the EcataHy" real) lippin whiskey
LUXURIOUS WATERFRONT APARTMENTS talent.In my body so far a* It From there Stone said, he I Ia the fifth book by SWIne that STRAIGHTKENTUCKY
1 16 2 Bedroom, 1,1'2 Baths goes," he said. went to Florence where he Inspected Is being put on celluloid/ Prob. q Glenrnol'e
EXCLUSIVE' FEATURES /COMPLETE RECREATION CENTER Tall, dim Stone is led man Michelangelo mastrrplerea ably the best known was "Lunt ,
who-wrote the best-seller "The and the place where the for Life." his blo rsphlcsl work
CON-DO-MIM-UM. DEED I TITLE POLICY TO EVCDUPT.Guaranteed L
Agony and the Ecstasy" about artist lived until his death 400 about Vincent Van Goth STR. KY.
Delivery for Dcemb"er I the life of Michelangelo. The years ago this year Stone said things h.dfopn\ s.lwa Lm. g TA. BOURBON
.. ... took 1* to be made Into. a film. "In short, I learned everything his film that he wasn't '
.lil.II..i.h.cI m.J.I .pareme.e.p.a..ry day ham 10..m..A to learn about put Into BOURBONEIVTUCIY Rtg. 6.35: 47.88 Colt
"The research on the book there was too happy about, but generally
From 11D.150 and 45 pp/ month iTsusni wa tremendous" the author the man" Stone said. the transition from book to
said In an Interview here "I So that he could write Intelll film has been good
Slid Ant A j lynd spent months with the marble fntly about the actual act of

1700 ltd II'..., N W. (fU, I.1171 ""...: Ill ItO cutters' In Carrara and that cutting the stone Into such masterpiece "In this case, I approved of of (
Heaton in the part
I a* the Fists and Charlton
.,. inn I learned everything
Anothir tufttrh rfroat Condominium tftrtminttttvtlopmtnt Michelangelo" he laid, "The
tjf In my / Mass t A..c..,.. could about it Moses, Stone took up sculpture.
'I worked at It. In sculptor was a little hard-fC'-d
"And I must admit It was one really everysize
""""""""""' man -- a peasant Heaton I.I a
111------------------------- Mil man but I believe the UiI "
I I. much more Important llei-
ton ha a rutavd face and I believe /( INVER HOUSE
CHEVELLE by Chevrolet he will do a tremendous
I Job." IMPORTED SCOTCH

vacation and like it The author said Rex Haul-, %, y7; vrigW T.SVMl\\
How to make your fly by. . ton will play Pope Julius II, the .

man who forced Michelangeloto 868 YEAR ( HLS
Settle back in foam-cushioned comfort -of whatever you want tocrry.Ive paint the magnificent freereo (WiQ"*

Surround yourself with yards of soft Gf a note for the milkman, and get out of the of Sistine! "The Chapel.Lt Judgment" In STR. KY.BOURBON. _5Si.iBfa STR. KY.

vinyla,plush fabric,foam-cuKhbiM swats town in a brawl-flew Chevll! They both were hard men 6 YR. BOURBON

and door-to-door carpeting.Pick ;; It' Trade 'N' Travel Time now at your who wanted their own ways REG. 6,25
/f( TRAVELroes And with Harrison and Heston 1LhT:
don'i, two F
from a wide choice of M Chevrolet dt'al r'Why you tYt'A
your power going at etch other, they ahould afro 8r
Nut enr
economy and high performance" engine- \ TI if'' tOItI'!hl'l and make vjrne vacation be able to portray what actually 0 1Ar '
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Fill the trunk v ,i'.h 2"'i: < 'I ft \ i ">< ''on! planTht' hi'' thl toads' happened."
, .., ",/, Stone I* In Rome to do an "' '.
TM sass maws as.asawas ern '" 49,95 r wCASE
article for "America" maimzliu1
and In the meantime I* workIng
on hit next book a biographical
) novel of the Sf' 'on

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. Where to Polish Off Visit to World's FairNEW Automated- Rube Goldberg .


YORK <(0.11-1'11"1> The lower level of the pavilion ear. cleaning and maintenance. delle Here visitors see a 17- NEW YORK (OM) Cm*****, fet hi,*.* "-tMM 'The Sweetest Sugar Ever Sold"

something for everybody at the contains a Home Care Information A battery of answer machines. minute non-commercial color may sass be a reality

Golden RondeUe of the New Center where the womenIn conflicted to a master computer movie titled To Be Alive" lBvti 1 by -..l.... aee rdaBc u Dr FenUnaM FrdriuMn **-

York World Pali. the family can have questions In the National Cash Itofttter It took le months to film the prW MM ef nwehaoteal eatchMerinf at CdrfomMa Uirfvenrfty's -

For one thing It's the belt answered about homeCOYI'ICTS pavilion comes up with Instant motion picture In Europe Africa school" of Engineering and A netted detcnfc. ia possible

Place at the Pair to acquire polish 1'eP1tea. and the United States It then beoame linked. mechanical devices are literally a 'circuit' of

but you'll have to wear HAIE While Mom ls so was edited to the IT-minute median that can be diagrammed like an electric circuit
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and Dad and Junior are having movie which carries this me.- engineering Mhooli iMih
A shoe shine via automatic CAMBRIDGE Man (UPI>- their shore lowed. the sage that there la an abundance anniversary this year. FriwdrnBtein MM a device with only nine
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the treata offered at the all- conflned to live Masaaehusette ," This \Is a mass of old for those who will look for It but the number of possible combination becomes astronomical

fur Johnaons Wax pavilion. correctional Institutions exhibited fashioned funhouae mirrors an the number of parts Increase.

The Oolden RondeUe. a massive their works at an art show modern science fiction robots (:OMI'VTfR AIOIIHHVM Freudenstein research Indicates a computer eould quickly

M-foot diameter disc. aUo sponsored by Harvard University tunnels and nolsemakers / STttR determine the bent combination of parts after It had been fed

houses 500-seat air-condi 's Phillips Brooks House Twenty young male and female WHITE PLAINS N Y. lO.ll) codes of number, each representing a motion or element In the 'ff .J f .tJmq,

tioned movie theater It appear A total! of $600 WM paid by multilingual guides 10 One of the strangest uses of mechanical. circuit! t n5A
to float 28 feet above collecting patrons for the works of painters -
a from the United States and 10 the electronic computer is to The projected system also eould greatly himpUfy the /Ming

pool but actually is sup representing Walpole State from other nations conduct visitors trace the genealogy of beef of patents, the Columbia professor said Devices "invented by

ported by six white columns Prison. One painting. by George through the exhibits steers and improve their breeding computer" could be filed as variations of numbered codes giving

which soar 80 feet into the air Callahan had these unusual dimensions The main feature of the pavilion according to International the human Inventor the added advantage of patenting all the

where their petal-like tops blossom : seven feet long andeight Is Inside the Golden Ron Business Machines Corp possible ways of nuking the device as well as the bed one o
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A T 1 BEEr Bread eL i10' Buns 2 I Pak Pk... 20cR'O'Z'EN' *

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Orange Juice 4 '., 99c Pie Shells 2 Pd Pi. 3ge
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u.TA 49c 39C CHUCK W-0,BRAND SHOULDER U.,S.*r CHOICE BRISKET [: _Jiiii':;
. BONELESS
COPEIAND'S SLI.VARIETY FAX SPICED' GOLDEN YELLOW
"NOW'S SLICED CHIP BEEF OR '
49c ROAST : Corn..1 "" 491
Ham ]'/" Pk. 35C Bolognu' GUARANTEED RED RIPEWatermelons

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CaNt 't11' 89c
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Twenty WINTER HAVEN DAILY NEWS-CHJEF WINTER HAVEN, FLORIDA Wednesday May 27. 1964

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(I) Announcements ((2)) Help W.ntedACCOUNTING ((2)) Help Wanted ((9)) Business Opportunity I (II) Wanted To Rent I ((12-AJ) For Sale or Rent



Summer Dressesby CLERK LADIESAdd OUR SPECIALTY 1-Ht UrtOOM home bulli-In kitchen BUY AS YOU RENTS
CHECK BELOW FOR THE BEST WU OU or under or will trade equity
In Orlando home Thomas N."In.
MALE $25.$50 per week to family BUSINESS VIM Power Or Orlando ....101. BEDROOM HOMES FOR

budget servicing an established 2231I RENT OR LEASE option or

Minx Modes Progreseive citrus processing territory near your home. LOCAL SERVICE H tale . CAREFREE COVE

Henry Lee qualified company person offers to opportunity broaden experience to- Experience unnceasary AVON OPPORTUNITYWe (I I-AJ) For Rent Unf. . Just north of City Limits

. S minutes shopping. Per
Work in controllers Write P.O. Box 138S have the most extensive &

Junior House department handling various or call C82.4137 Lakeland SAVE MONEY SAVE TIME varied selection of business APARTMENTS DUPLEXES: . feet family location See them
I I bedrooms S40-t90 to ,M A today .
Eden Robert phase of general accounting: opportunities for Central Florl up BEAJLEY =t.TY OOW4 .

work. Immediate opening Per 27.29 -CALL TODAYI da. .Ib Bt, NW CY 2t-TF
in --- CALL 294-4254
for advancement --
manent. Opportunity
IDEAL for couple or family of 4
Minimum qualifies MAID COOK Must drive own car I Everything from peanut stand Bedroom LAKEFRONT HOME:
Junior & Regular Sizes .
for t.an.portotton. Cypress Oar 21 TF
:: : to hotels . CY 4-2S04 TTF
tions. high school graduate 2
den are*. >i> salary plus car expensea
ItJKMw'A office IIT 2M-1014 27.TF SWIMMING POOLS AUTO SERVICE
or more experience
year OR . we can manufacture NICE: 2-bedroom unfurnished. apartment . I Bed.
FOR BALE OR RENT
Send a brief resume and sal- and Stove and refrigerator, 170
retail unfuralihed horn Rent
try requirements to: ControllerBox ((3)) Situation WantedWANT SWIMMING POOL CONSTRUCTION -DOIX.EAuthorlud your own product 10.grounds.. livingroom. ST2 24th ,Bt nicely. NW. kept CY per room month Low down. ....ym.ntA'

218 Highland City, Fla and REPAIR. financing Factory Service Oa Excellent i-TlTi. 14TFlilDROOM ..... over payment 101 Ralph
evadable W R. G.... : Financing: SI Auburndale 21-4810 morning
Helms.
Chryitler el'moutll Lancer ---
Our staff knows of this ad. Replies full or part Urn day work. .ral Building Contractor. Call Valiant ,"I'i bath, A/C./ UK .before. 12 and after S.M p.misT,

COTTAGE SHOPGift will be held in strictest Reference Call CYJMW8. fl-May M FLOYD ROBERTS MOTORS Available month, range Included.: 2M-MW 1ve606
confidence 27.2 r..ne.d. 27-31 $2i Sulk st, sw :a-4ioi after 1.00 p.m. 20-Jun 1
Permanent I .
Inches of anent.and
( wrapping at no) Heel. Beautiful marble finish 17-June 17 AlloT "I''I'MAIIF.Rr".tNIKH..D ((12-C) Mortgage Loam

CIVIL ENGINEER . .. Recent ((4)) Lost & Found chance no painting 14 Yean, never In needs county.water APARTMENTS.
extra charge KIT prrt.md Writ UPHOLSTERINGFINE .
araduata or Call anytime CY S7K46CYPRB8S IX Consultant Service Winter Haven beet election. I
Box A-14JO: c/0 N.w. POOLS 04d0U'iv6Ari 06e h,
ChiefItJuno i
WO Cypress Garden Road room., kitchen equipped, electric
1 LOST: Peklngee, I year old, .able S-June I M3.0459 Day . Nile 2)107124TF heat (''''''. 2281 Are. B. NW \
Open 9AM. 'til 7 P.M. and blond Jan.Phyl Village : UPHOLSTERING: EXPERT U-TF i Mortgage Money
BABY SITTER: tor tvcnlnn from CY WT14. 2511 REF1NI8HINO: Complete '
4.30 p.m. until morning 117 Und MOVING STORAGE fabric Mlectlon WOLFE: UP- -- Costs Are Different l;
I BEDROOM unfurnlihed home
Bt. NW. before 4 30
SpecialCreme Apply 16.i ((4-A) Want To Borrow BIG HOLSTERY CY 1-2710 SHOP Night32June 214 Avenue A, $1500.00 DOWN & REALTY Kitchen CO equipped S34 Ilk 190 8t BE, NW ABLE CY T ouall 1\

21 1-2787 aa-TF . If your home 1I.
OU THREE: IVORY BROTHERS $150.00 MONTHwill 5%'I
SECTIONIZERSWANTED MOVING COMPANY I.flea for a 25-year,
Cold Wave YOUNO couple lertlng In amallbuelneu I Bedroom unfurnished houe IM loan without
II Agent ALLIED VAN LINES Interest rate
month. 117 Ird Street Jam
would like to borrow TREE SERVICE per
Local mak. th. of four
Long DletanceMoving you owner a
) Phyl Atherton Really, 643 W Central service charge,
(rompletePLUS Interest any
I5UOOO for 1 year at 10% Storage unit apartment noun with an Income Av.. 4-2284. il
Writ Boa A.1423 "%> Nw-Chlrf" Call Collect . 33-74U: of appninlmatrly 124000: CY I.TI'WONDERFUL why shouldn't you bent

Experienced sectionUers\ apply 26-28 Warehouse Off Barlow Air. BaM TRIMMING, CAVITY. DEMOBS- monthly All unite furnished A LOCATION, 222 E fit from the saving ,
April 27 May 27 thru are presently rented larte.pacioui .
INO CABLING RE BETTING Central. adjoining library 3-bed-
Mn. Cantos Pippin Packing Co, Lake Alfred Complete Eitlmate I roomy. close In Choc room living room dnlne room more and more people
Rd ((5)) House Trailers I Call LUKES"ufRrE" SERVICE thU today! i ecreened IUOO per are using our promot,
Pick.Up Facial With Mask II I Painting Papering CY M3W. 12-Jun 10 month, .\\iik: Pine. CY 4-1 IM. courteous mortgage services .

27-S1 I 2681I . no obligstioa
ALL TRAILERS KOR BALE OR RENT. RepairingI. Ix

FOR $8.95CARLTON New or Uei-d A"...,,'. Trailerrark SWAP SHOPWE I BEDROOM unfurnished duplex TOWN COUNTRY
and counter flrl 34011In.IIII.I. 2661276.
CURB IRIS kitchen equipped 2220 Ave F.
wanted No anpertenc necessary. 3.TF J McCOY . Quality work- RBALTY NW Beaeley Realty Co. CY 1-276. 4 MOtTGAGE CORP
)' Burger King, Havendala manehlp fait clean and roaeoa- J4..TF
SOUTHEAST BEAUTY SALON Blvd. -Juna 1 INTRODIfTOBY MMFK SALK able Phone CY M6W US 4th BUY SELL TRADE anything CCteCERTal -m Magnolia
ONE ONLY New W a 10' of value GOPHER HOI.E:
Street Jan
-Phyl Village IT TF
NICE I bedroom unfurniihed homeIn
Southeast Plaza CY 3-1639 Blrahan Moblla Home set on lakefront SWAP SHOP US Hwy, 17 Eagle I CY S-I1U
Lakt. CY 3-W67. e-TF ......, SB ecllon Bcaeley" Realty Co:
15-TF YOUNG MEN fulfill your mill lot S34M AVERY8 TRAil A Grace A..rlo.. S.altor CY 1-2767 26-TF
ER PARK 2>3-275. 21-fl 27.21
tary obligation with only six ALUMINUM o
LAKEVIEW, 2-bedroom unfurnished
months active duty. Return for CAMP TRAILERSCAMP houee Kenllworth Park Section, I

EnrollNow service with your local Marine ([5-A) Moving & Storage ((10)) Articles For Sale convenient location 18000 per
'Scrim Enclosure Carport month Call CY S-7660! 24-38:
Reserve unit. Call 838-1911, Awning* Window: Screens ((13)) Reel Estate For Sale
TRAILERS for rent or eel*.
D Tampa, for detallt IMPERIAL MOVING 4 STORAOE eBu1AdLUMU4UM Supply limited. Rewrva your USED REFRIOERATORS . .
June 30 Prompt and efficient sirvlce for DISCOUNT SALES CO INC. date Johneon" Appllenos.Highway !' Range , Waihen' Dryer ((12)) For Rent Furn.
; Classes NowForming need Call oi1. I : : !
all your moving Let Oeorge Do It" Lake Alfred 1711199.17Jun. . Air Condition. Reconditioned
CY S-4IM fur free e.tlmatee.Menu 17 . fully guaranteed Term.
Ave A 5th Bt. SW 2U-55M
for Alia V.. Line*. Ine from I2tt6 and Up. JOHNSON
WAITRESS. Apply II between or over 7 00 Experienced a m." serving all 60 italea 14-TF 24-M.y 28 APPLIANCES . Lake AlfredPhone . FURN. ROOMS '
Mn. Carttoa 172-1131 Nlte
and 4 00 p.m.. Teddy Bear Restau27 J7216M1STF
Special tuition rates .anL .2t TELEVISION REPAIRSCALL WHEEL CHAIRSWHEEL $32.00 a month Near ThriftwayIc
((6)[ ) Special ServicesWinter iYou'll
this month only- POLY FOAM' RUBBER Any else beach Separate entrance 1

Complete or hape DISCOUNT PRICES Parking 525 Ave J, NW.
WOMENAre JORDAN TV CHAIRS for rent Also FORDS TRIM SHOP Slit An.
7 Mon $300.00 Haven Drafting Co. 2MS602 Hotpltal Beds' Crutch*, Walk B NW. CY 1-0611 S-TF CY 3-8379 26-TF
Course All type. Commercial A For the Faitsst TV Brvlc *r*' Commode. Godfrey. Renta, - - :
you tired of Jobs which Residential. drafting, In Th. South CY S-3411. 175 Av.. A. NW 14-TF TRAILERS water toftner, ampl ROOMSDowntown Connnl..t.Nle. .
Includes boob, tools and uni Satisfaction. Guaranteed 8 4 H Often Sump tier. guitar, drum megaphone, 17.00 week CY 1581. 70-71
forms have low pay, offer no securl Drawn Bl.lir CY 41421JTF I.TrI refrigerator, bicycle. furniture
Bale
a ty and little or no advance ewlng machine. dinette nilt. CY FURNISHED apartment cloee-ln, fthlltey
Easy Terms 27-Jun 26 month Call W PYonally ,
VACUUM CLEANERS 1.11I1.7. tMOO per
All Ike traaltloaal eUtellnei keyedtkreegkoci
? If fill the folIbwlng
ment
you can : CY
CARLTON BEAUTY SCHOOL PLASTERING Off CY 1-0601 or Ree te BMdera living I* tkl
S2> Southlan Auburndale qualifications CUSTOM MAIN DRAPES AND NEW double drexer and mirror 3-3040. 14-TF henie ,..'II eve a. tint elfktleatirlag -
ALrkRATlONS Blind turned I Slightly marred 144 M SAVE: : S large bedteemi, I betke.
y' WO 74588 modern equipment S010 Hickory W%. Lamp.. 'ho.t., dreeeera tatle NEW 24 I 40 home on Lake format dicing. kltrke
tt Classes Ii I 1. Neat (in appearance NW CY 3-7564 Mr. fcdna: SrhOHerJune I HARD-KOTB,. MARBLE-KOTE: Interior PARTS A SERVICE for KlrbyHoover . *, dinette, rhelr I etc SI'00 up.Warehouse Halnei. Ueed only 1 week. Completely .*llt-lii*. Mlreeee4 epanleai perrh overlook- t
Night and all other
Day Electrolua furnished Including dtehtalinen ,
24 and exterior plaster for Furniture Bale 534th leg BKAITIFIL: : LAKE: LI LI. U..
2. Average or above new construct and repair work Free pickup, delivery and ellmuse Bt, NW 31-27 etc Carpeted and vinyl tile.
. REYNOLDS VACUUM Fireplace. bar. 1-bedroome, bath, lay may mean disappointment
BROWN -
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H.CN. CLEANER SERVICE Phone thin' *n...al offer today 1
O E kitchen air conditioning I
KEEP your mcrnaa In touch intelligence 1-5321
with all th. Hometown "... by Walt's TV Service 7TF CY 3-03113 4-June 2 nllorm..Not pprre.pacaaiod.wa.k Complete 17100 r.r.rOllth.; No chll. :

undine him the Winter HavenDally 3. Common sense what you buy All piece! and colon den No pear, 24 M
Niw-Chlf Special rate Television Service r iult. 515 Arlana Ave.Auburndale 1>:d\&t
I month. 32.M. Call CT HIM now. 4. talk BUILDING REPAIRSFor Across from Continental WINTER HAVENS FINEST ate
Ability. to to MARINE SUPPLIESMarine on. bedroom air conditioned. all
.TJ'ooI All makes Parts and workmanship Can Co. 11 TF electric IMPERIAL APART. J 'I6)'I1ie.Fncwl!

people guaranteed No extra NORGE REFRIGERATOR HENTS in Ave. H. BE 392-
. mall repair Job call retired Ae"", top freeser trod freebullt.ln WARREN SECKEL. Realtor
5. Own car charge within 10 mile radiusof builder . Acceeeorlei CLOSE OUT. vtllly ihelf Exe.llenlI condition -- -

I "*, .'$ lcwlry we have an opening for you Lake Alfred, CY 2347024June 21 acrsssorle 40% Discount-- while on they all Isst 160, 293-MO: : -n- GENTLEMEN Reaeonable. :Sierra Room Court by Motel week l. --- - -rr.

FLORIDA WH01.EIIALED1STRIBUTORS. I NEED TIRES; Hwy. 17 North 7TI'LAKEFRONT 5800 TOTAL, PRICE
in firs It,.... rr FR 21SJ8
Landmark Motel INC SPECIAL PRICES on all piece In ISO 00 down, SM 00 a month 1.Bed-
I
Apply APARTMENT
Block Bowth W Pal Ottlc June 7 PAINTING 311(7 Havendal Blvd 213-1120 lock, room trade-In horn. Cloee-ln at
Skatlty.. Waists M4 Winter Haven Wednesday May 14-Jun 14 L.AYI.ocK GULF SERVICE board Rouen boat air 170 conditioned 00. CY 1837 ihuffle. . 737 Av.. E. BW

hftIrF R- 27th 7:00 p.m. sharp ask for HOUSES WASHED ----- - ---- 20UO Sib St. NW 19S3 S Lake Cannon Dr. 2-TF DAN WINTERS
Wall washed. eaves and roof and 10-TF CY 11431
Mrs Finn. Mildew removed Call . O. 'RI ES IVER8ON PAINTER DAILY ADVERTISING! n.TF
CY 4211)13Befor Job.tlm.l.d or by the hour GETS BESILTS: CHORD ORGAN Vacuum cleaner. FOR HOUSES . APARTMENTS
1103lln. 11 2627 Careful .ork. Call CY 36SU5m household furnlohlng, antique . FURNISHED UNflR:
t 00 a m. after I 00 p m BL. Tay THE LOW COST and ATKINS
20th NISHED 15000
20TFA sw mtoe Item 517 Spring Lake Court. up
It-June I SEB\ICE: CIBECTO5Yewm: NW. :24-Jun 1 it REAL. 8E ESTATE 130 Avc 17-Junell E A Julia HURRY! HURRY!

ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS - - - - - - -....-
metal MAN ((6- ) Animals & SuppliesMALE - - - - _ 120 Cost BASS IS75 00 Accordion new. Very reaeonable Like new.. CVmrNH GARDENS

M.itlnii, Tuesdr; 1:11: P.M.County Call 3-7051: 27-2> APARTMENT Select your new home In BEAU.

HMIUI DepartmentIA 30 to SO, in good health for delivery BOXER -. Stud Servlc ((6-A) Animals & Supplies ( ) Automotive FOR-SALE--Two-piece -maple finish air Furnlihed conditioned bedroom Clog to apartment town end TIFUL GARDEN GROVE while

counter sales warehouse Registered t taw* & while 1(8) bedroom suite consisting of double Lake Howard CY 4-141 S-TF you still have s number of nice
Instructions stock maintenance In heavy CY isMl. 24-,.r bid and dresser with large mirror ------ ones to choose from Our Inventory .
( ) Alao smell deek. hone CY 2-0137
experiencenecessary MIMIB PINK POODLE SALON . SPEEDOMETER Tachometer 24TFMMVFK 1 BEDROOM apartment furnlih of lots Is almost zero,
hardware line No
TOY Chihuahua ARC registered. Complete profewlonal grooming Complete ..",Ie. and new cable. - -- ed utllltl-i Included t&5 .per. ,
but there II still time to
Willing to learn and Male and female 1160(1: Adam . Tiny toy puppies available I I. A. J Service. 116 6th St SWi : PLAITS! month 1424 Sheridan Ave per
FOR TIlE GRADUATE, GIVEA work. State qualifications in Trailer 1'ark. UB 27 at Dundee AKC rrglfterad Phone 293.1794.19If 'Y 4-43M j-TIT tit Per l>eiPurtulara ATHERTON REALTY 634 W. sonalize one of the houses under
BUSINESS COURSE AT I 22-28 I - Ageratum. Klnnles. Marl Central. Ave CY 4-1284 1STFHOUSE construction.:
to
own handwriting -- -------- '
your .
mold. nmromb and SalvlaBI1AW

WINTER COLLEGE HAVEN Box A.1419 Dally News.Chief. I lad BIAIK Fnr Oreat Informatlun Dane puipRed' all :J\J-' 37*- REi:ISTERED PcklngeM, Fox Terriers I FOR Hood SALE condition\V* Renault Interior Douphln excellent '8 at Eloise: behind IO 21-2S A nicked! Trailer 112 M! week. light Alan.. water eottMM fur-. DRIVE out today . Just a half

BUSINESS 25.31 after 5 OB 21 27 Miniature Poodle English $27610 cash S4J: Av*. r NE.: Grocery Enquire I Woody. Shop, Highway mile East of Cypress Gardens
p.m ----- - ----
Bull.. Blame Kitten. Mon J..P
Wooly .
,: After 4 W p m CY S-M10 27 2t1H3
12 FR 28-JS
BOY" :II' bicycle, 100. Good .
the perfect gift with a life time krye. Split,'r Munk.r.. Parakeet ------- or call
I'srrots, Mynah Birds. Guinea Pigs eoedlNon Phone Cy..aa 2419
guarantee. CHEVROLkT Ion phkupdeluxa . -- ----
llamrter, While Mice TropicalFish and< RUBBER STAMPS For check I BEDROOM apartmenu on lake JOHN WOOD HOMES
cab RAH light -
spot
Inc peti "- pet *u|pile* It'eDOTY 11& 00 a month and UP Includingutllili.e :
endorsement . 232S17
A' Read condition Can be seen at ilgnatur
Med '"
SECRETARIAL Legal or
( FARM C.AKDIuN SUPPLY2N
CHEVROLET SALES FAIR 147 lib 8t. Sh CY 14473 or CY other purpose . also dating Ala weekly rates Sure
leal) Stenographic, Accounting, Ilk St. NW. 2M-S730 27' -21 3-4710 11-TF stamps wale. . pocket Court Motel, Hwy 17 North: TTFIttrDROOM WTF
Builneii Administration & IBM ---- stamp STAR PRESS r........ t'Ylaat -------
WILL SELL or trade equity In thl
141 NWTF
Ave. A.
KEYPUNCH. ((7)) To Buy or TradeWE 1*"4 VOLKSWAGEN Small equity, efficiency apartment I I bedroom bona at 117 Srd Street
TODAY'S SPECIALBrand take up payments Call CY 5-J954. WITH purcna----jjj-;;; ;; :;t;; Blertrtc kitchen I tile. bath 36S Jan.Phyl for lota or matter houeeContact .
Ave N. NE SHOO To ..., contact ATHERTON REALTY MS
Remember WINTER HAVEN ask for Mr. or Mr*. ...thl.. J5J11MO rent Electric Carpet Shampooer
for 1100 .. BolandHardware tenant of Apt. 3M 34-11 W Central Ave CY 4-124. 1S-TF
-- -- ----- --- per day John
BUSINESS COLLEGE give: BUY used appliance and furniture 25-27 -'- ---
shortest and wa nil used appliances VALIANT 1-BEDROOM o round
most learning In the V.2nO. 4-door. A T :: .pa"m'lIt.
and furniture Brooke Appliances Radio Heater On owner. Lewmlleac 2* Btcycle. |.00 V 'O.OO.-t time. ads Ave L NE 17.TF ExcellentLakefront
time r A furniture. 2H1 Havendal Blvd -
Excellent: dltlo. 3"M cyehM 12 00 and up. 20 Oal gar
S-TF Call :JM-4JM or 21U11f.TF ban can SI Tt. dinner bell, Iron FIRST ..* 1E10745 FLOGS B
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Individual attention. Job placement pots, antique* ArA TMr.:>TH
service Summer term begins WE BUY VIED CHILDREN'. I WOODY S SWAP SHOP .. Ate B aid .'1..1. AM. Mluhle !
WOOTER8 C C Scott PO FOR SALE '57 Ford V-S stick Hwy n FR H4.1T fee elailee ee eeeplee' Leo year Buyll
June 29, 1964 1194 Borrow34Jun.. diD and heater Call CY .-,Ra'\\ 27-2S ....... noire U taken kv 4ely t....
1I\
ad..1, -- tall Owner I.e apMnUneat. M. FIRST TIME OFFERED .
"eBwleesamaarelor
CALL Mr*. Lee F. Morgan now 6 ROOMS of fin* mtwhtun.; Includei tare ff.,.tt eely tM-4114 or 4 y
WANT TO BUY Vied boy XT or I 4 piece .... ...... refrigerator. MMt n Ja.e n 3 Bedroom CB home with 2t
for application394.3156 or 34 bi ?I Ie CY 4-41 After I DOl :21 -----
range piece" m all Takeover baths 2 car carport eebtrsl
come by WINTER HAVEN > m "Y 3.2>U5. 37-M ((8-AJ) Business Property .payment IS(4 per week Lea FURNISHED 3 room duple
I than I month old Warehouse Furniture Adult.. No pet*. Eicelleat neigh, heat at air condition. 20 s 25 ft
BUSINESS COLLEGE. Sale. 51 4th St NW borhood. CY MS04 or CY 1-lDM recreational room with built in
63J Avenue B. N.W. ((8)) Automotive 2127 17.TF
I Office Rental -- --- - ---- bar Fla. room, family kitchen

2641 FURBISHED 4 room apartment with lots of cabinets built in

i MODERN 3 paneled air condltioned 440 W Oraue. St : Lake; Alfred oven It range dishwasher, carpet
New 64 COME SEE USIN Phone FR VUSl Alee light, water
offices Suitable for professional 1 ruml....... AduR only 1.TFEFnCIENCY it drapes. Irrigation system

((2)) Help Wanted Stfc. Ne. 433 FUN-LOVING CORVAIRS men, accountants SPRINTERS apartment. air eo.- with pump, boat dock & beach

Solid white (Monte Covertlbl) lawyers. finance etc Ample 011'........ TV Near North. Oete No road between. Walking dit
OUR NEWLOCATION and beach OrMt Motel' S6A 4 parking in rear Located at 239 N lance to new shopping center
It. NW CY MT STF.BEDROOM
with red Interior
FORMER MARINES, receive A Third St.. SW across from In exclusive SE section on

four ((4) day pay each month 4-ipeed tranimtiilon, '1(0 ermine, whitewalli, tinted Exchange Bank parking lot . COMMDCII \ >' Lake: Silver furnlehed Drive Summer apartmenten rale CHAIN OF LAKES. Only

for one weekend drill. Regular wrMdikUld, pushbutton radio, padded J.tk, retract I MI7tJST1lYti0YW6MZNT II WOO a _IlL Can CY MT7 or tnsoo Good terms.
credits toward retirement, plus AT Call Owner CY .... S-TF

the added earning\ power of two able teat beta, spare wheel I I BEDROOM air conditioned" Dteh- Beasley Realty Co.

week summer camp In California lock, CtC 9roup ONLY 401 6th Street, S.W. CY 4-2444 n and II.... tf Soured Hear
s SE Ptaaa. 1212 Sib St SE: CYtJTOa. IU M SL, NW CY S2TSTIBEDROOM
in August Call 136-1911, $2598 II-TI'
Tampa for detail (10.. with Snyder! We have a large selection of 2G-2I X ------ : :- ... HOME -

.*..ai'. ..>*s. else la .t..t \ RNISMED I or 2-Wdraonu b I MO 00 sums OENE COOPER
JiineM I BOTH NEW & : repeal coa MlM. aad locaiwa M REAL ESTATE: Lak Alfredntiais
RENT OR LEASE: Eagle Lake 25e12136 avTF

I shirr ..IHmt. Bustnea* or
EXPERIENCED: ..It..**. Neat and USED CARSSee blinkpb......... Hwy ?:2aoraco RNISMED Ikitreiai cottage
dependable CaU "tween S \III e Rein 0Ae9t Airport t'Y near lake quiet aeWkherhood Call
IDYLRIDGEVIEW
and 00 lOOP."*. Us 1.11118. 3429 I CY S-tOI 24-TF

Lid 11.W i.*?PBundow. R..Ia'" II Is An. .. 1 1Illtt ,
:::. 1PAI'KAOII For the best d.-11ft town IG 30W. 1141111 I-BEDHOOM FtarMa ream awcea OPEN HOCM:
..RtoMel water fOTIahe S*.
: STORE CLERK 2M4 PINCKNEYOLDSMOBILE ((9)) Business Opportunity ..'tll'I' MOT Ave 0 NW CY EBUeAJua.. 1 .MMIBR

.year old. Chang for desk.. H.: S e I |.Bat* 1J4O... ft omraS.lBarh. .
or
m nt Apply Sunroom MODERN NkMyara.
I ream dials.
** saw
KITE CUB IM.2M Mtoth.
van Hotel 1 00 p.m '4,00 p-m15 PBMM CT 44211 All I..VKAB...... Mate OLD*** Will sell cheapcY aev.e eely kKaled wwaUe wn*, 1Ooot .e ft *e l* !..K*.
,
day May 21lb. _ truck cheap ([ 10-A) Boats & MotorsId AJvMa, Ml Ave B KW PITBFTtCIEMCIES

I MEN hour Call. PIn lime*'. 5TTJ 3.1211cad MKlva* I I'VSUUaHKD or UtTVL..U. net Bt MaveiMaw. ar Aa-pt Bred...tan is let right parednd la
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t 00 am. to *.00 am. 3rTF C11EVROLET ; .AOILLAC Nice car 11 000mils. FOR LEASE T....., s.ewic.atatM. n Tc'mpe.44 lap $.u. Y HP ROOMS Nice large airy roMMfeaveeMallv ea left or :
ATTENDANT Fur pain I ..6lode .. tot 3rd 81 BW i'Y Hl'TI.TF Evhwude.moo ilelor trailerP located la Ole PeetalBtuMtaf. CT J.IT1I
SCRVI'F STATION 303 N. lake SUref Dr tY 4-*.*2. .... CT W4 aek low Oral Beat ; Call CY Mat *r CY
WANTfcD, Preferably r-;" 24-a eN.r. 3123 I NUT .-Tr IT-Mar 211
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I lIJ4\BS1IIP.1III11 .4\1 Stage Crews I M4CK'URp k4AfAL I HAVtefTS OOMEP fb'AbntstoeeoYuN

M04ATDID'FOU A CHUNK.OFI ', ? ,, c4+oca.arL I3artP "' "' "'0 1LOLLIt

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((13)) Reel, Estate For Sal. ((13)) Real| Estate For Sale ((13-A) Groves Play All C' sLOeeovla, TASTE \

MDN DEAR l l IT!!

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TAlE IT PAYMENTSNo
10 ACRES

CALLLOOK down payment no qualifying Kinds Of GameHOLLYWOOQ i IB

on three-bedroom, 1 bath conCrete All Valencia Beautiful trees.

BUY block home Built-in G E:. 13 yre, old Excellent locatioc (VPD_ Ton ... .
)
& lot. Good Heavy crop for next yeai
oven range, large CuHiu tat m the trailer (hi
Must Sell Now! Beigbborhood near schools Pay Price $3J.SOO Good terms. <
aerved al hu dressing room I IIke ia
menu of 15050 include incur.
gloomy sound
stage waitinifer L
40 ACRESA
nee, taxes, will drop appro al. ahonting to resume on hi.

mately 10% after qutMyiaj (orbomeetead Raw pktur.
. AU
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picture grove orange
exemptloa Drive brat
Has
bed
my costar come
pal 540 17th St., NE then phone complete Irrigation ayatem . Iron .lunch yet'" he asked one .' ---

CY 8794 to tee interior B ce41ett location . Bargain ( lime crew memb*>rt i.. ;

UTFWe term price $4660 per acre with There wit no eaiwer A I :;: GIrTE!

make*? men a grip and a reartrician ''I I

outside the treileiwere l i

too absorbed In a L M1l
germ
H. Cross
have title bouas James II
A real Wy fpar ream e.tlatc..y ., of deHe The target wet s-
and e.... La,.. arreeae. Without. a groom RealtorOffice empty cigarette" packae on the l A
cleetd farare allaated 0 1art' Gl
Crrk : floor! which the competitor
earner let Try I* "Mirk ,. Or even without an owner
In ealy DuesWARREN 239-A 3rd St., S.W. were trying to hit with high rw
Bring yaur apouatTo throwt
lofting
Phone CY ..2." 1 '
YOIL. I

"> :::W; a. our houaa "Citrui Grover Our Specialty" there"You Curtis could obnerved get killed out I ,' r dawns MkCi

And to bum a Happy Horn Owner 26-28 An ash tray on hit dressing

NPl.a-4.N! Z!!!!) OPEN HOUBO-BUNDAY. MAY M table wee filled with en unidentl

tied ettbatance' : It was a glob o(
SECKEL Realtor 1017 Inman Dr. oft Hwy 17 North ((14-A) Lots & Acreage pinkish stuff ,that appeared at If

8CHOBNTHALBR A. CO 2tU&IL It could he tome kind of makeup
-71IWOOO
"No," Mid "It'
n-at Tony t $35 -
W4.OB DOMIM.W
DOWN. No clcarac eoiU S- F H MONTH worth of tllly putty the richman's I ( .. YOU 571.1 IL'N'G / 81.11 pp i dl'R68' 'rese'I
Bedroom. IH bath central heat rown CHOICE new lop"lie YES 7Nl(41< CPRrAui.vKTU \ to.IRS. aUrt7N9 7O L--i,0
and A/C Beiln payment of 1133 uo
1
fur pals '
AIM ban Maw traitor
on July 1. 2S341M after I'00 pm.2$0Junr1. $100 DOWN cheap CT 1-1.". 10-June a molded the putty into a MA& iI N >ni ) t l1TRY BLIP -' ,
: ahapeleM man and stood it onsnot 2p REMSMISit Wtr1N 1bt1 (? F or1
1)680 'V CLAIM THAT
Frame houe 1301 17th 8t. NW in the ash tray It betan to ,
,) LUTg TRACTS ealr tvl e 11'gRSlJLTx DOH
good OMuliUon corner M Tot LAKEFRONT r
DON? MISS THE BEAUTIFUL price W.W6UU. Payment $..00 per Follow alpine from Eipartmam WnIkon link into a glob Curtis watched t7N ii ti LIVING AND

FURNISHINGS BY . mo, Impact and call or sea R.vu Lake AUred, North Lake Lowery fascinated. DIe5IPAT1014 Tio
raid pippin till nth at NW.' propertMa. Phone JtMItt art- A head popped in the door to p 1 I 1JfTPEP4TISJ1k
1-hon CY .IUhh35BY .. ( till p,m. una 1 "
Jordan Marsh Inform Tony hit cottar Debbie c:

Reynnkla! had returned and nheaiial "0 ,

In the Better Hornet !> GardenEDITOR'S OWNER :M Av. H 85 THREE VOH BALE DATA was ready to begin

Completely. reconditioned Inatde at Gardenia, State Kd ta Alters It was a bedroom scene that / f
CHOICEhome and out Spaniah type houee .B*<- lutaraeotkon C Croll.. PO Ban began with Tony and Debbie in ax
room. ctnmlc tile bath Katra Ufa, Bartow 14 June I I I
corner hit Already flnanoad WII a comedy embrace Director

In . hold Ind mortnaae lor renpoMlbliperson \inceiite Mmelli ai nervous asa \
Phone CY 1-41)90) balwaen LOT I
100 p m. and 7 00 p m. at-June 1 NOW an.llliu IN IMT IUr bible atood to one aide for
HI N A< lire the first run-through. He didn liT

.1LA3KJEWOOP.) ]( 1 )[ TIMER BEDROOM. BATH ALL Will Baron pad. You had bettor like it"No.
makMt
BhlCK HOME, paneled llvlntmm buy more auma land Now they true alai WILL aed No," he aaid "that's mil
no
lame Florida room. utility LAND sue la aelllna: fad In bo.... the way I want it." ;
room Illumlnua celllnr In bullInG j l. I ILJ
OPEN DAILY l.M: to S:Oft P.M. II: k kitchen leaser floor, Beautifully ::"M.SUN only ACRE 1500, for down only and 1495 Itouae par He jumped" Into the acme and .
landacaped City water and played both rolet to show hit I I6g Ih
At other timet by appointment outalde School per month. When your d.io M.
city eewer city :
bu* to all achoola Poo 00 down reach u murk r 1101 you may adorn what he had in mind 14

Phone 293.2517 ,99 00 month CY t-13hS: II.TF your* the new lots .home so a down: CALL DAN on Debbie watched critically. =

I WINTERS! BUILDER.DRYRI.OPSR!: !: aomewhat amused by a grown S tP\

21-TT BY OWNERON Phona Bryan at CY RUN 1-1439 ACRM or aw on North, old man playing her role. Tony t .R. - \

Lakeland Winter Haven Hw yth. 34- who never mines a beat ttudl -

CHAIN OF LAKES ed hit director every move -<

LOVELY room, l-bedroom lak.. 1100 DOWN Mmelli tatiftfied. that his atari'

stew horn with Ia... yard 1700 tq ft. bedroomi, 2 baths 1 BR 1 Rath CB Near' BVho. I I knew what they were doing
FAMILY HOME:, 4-.droonu Charles McOomle. Ref Broker 1
backed from the
> til* baths nicely ,landwapedCloM large living room and Fla t?.->44t I away bright
to shopping; and achouli: I room screened porch fireplace IJu. 7 I lights. and into the dimness behind 4

Balk komea In rood neighborhood" I and Lovely kitchen the camera "...t'. try It
ATKINS REAL: ESTATE. 130 Ave: garage t- aere
E:, BB: CY 4-111 IT-June 1* teat pump and air conditioning Legal Advertising again, .
The next rehearsal went better -- -
Boat lift and dock fully carpet

:REALTORiWEEK38Sttr ; ed and drapes, For apPOint. IN THE IKI IT ( tit HT, Tr\t Debbie, but the. do timing you euppone was off you 1 -tii HOLD A A't 1 1Tt AND 6AT IT elt 51sTTHI

+ m ., BgX4'2e ment 2933633 No Informationon II nid U ( iHiitT. PULP could turn head to the aide ( tic' 1st WENT e14WTSC 6h TIC'LEFTFMW $ 7tMU"
yj24. 30 ; phone. 27.2 0'01010 tUIHIIIA your R4HT ONE, COME ONNOW
I IN llhlIMv.I'.e. I when Tony IOU over to pick up| UNDElkTeMND4d
1- ( N.. rttUlhkl at r,. Ha, enHIRLEY hit tuitctue' Mmelli asked
DUNBAR
I'lalntll' Anything! you say," Debbie
EASEMENT to Lake Hrtrtde
i foe with thin I bedroom two .bath -.a antwered "III do anything you 1

home at reduced price of SltfnOHUCK ., WARREN J>UNB"R.IOUTI DefelldM aar. mcente Of course I will."

V FROEMKE8CHOENTHALBR a CO 24-t1M ( k or IIT i Thrre war an edge to hf'r'tIi .

Nile Wk End. 834111: ".,.' THE BARREN MATS: DUNBAR or FLORIDA Whew Reel Ji) Tiny' lifted hit eyebrowi and ,

/. LOAN tract and Mnlllnf Addrraa I. trnowa winked at a crewmember
NORTH CAROLINA PROPERTY > Several rehearsals later Mmelll .
Summer Homes butldtnf" Mtaa ..acell'st You an hereby. notified that a had what he wanted but
Three bedroom CB home t.rra&1O view on Butbae Mountain rued for dlrre naa been flied
floor, tile bath nice lot to x 111 4', mil. rlly Urn,te Aihvllle Rene in Ihe. are eWltl Ddwgalnd both start returned to their 1
White tile roof. Stove. refrigerator onable reel"let...... Elevation:. 21110 wononand hat you \ Ore-.ing rams for final makeup "4'e' t7+eT7lerf -a
and waaher Included Acc:... Into to MOD n For Informallon write to .. pave a envy of y"Iuiawer .'
Chain of'Lake Outild I cHy limit Prod A. Smith, Route I. Bon 5CTA.hvllle or oth..r written delenx e jnd wardrobe adjuitmenti AIgbyi
no city taxes Near achool I andson. N,C 771 upon W.lter.W Manle plalnlllf..'! r7Sl'rIYNAT
.. Balance of mortgag latt attorney. whoW -,.. U 1 u
11I10 00 payable Ml.U month, Including Box BM Lakelond. riorldn on ?. -- -- -- -- --
ta... and Inauranc Widow before the :MU day of June. A t:) Wall Street
very ansloua to sell Let t make MONEY IStt, and before or Immedlat) ""- M.I.NtoiH'l'' A' He narww ro r.N'w
her an offer on her equity Price thereafter to Idle with the Cl rkof vlalr"n . ", ....alr PuI..O. AMP
111.5000 Located tt Moo Elm B the above atyied Court Un era F4''e,. '
'1'01'4 a .1. 11 1 I
Street, NW.EDNA. 'COMING IN I (nil ot paid answer. or anM wrlliri Chatter PU6.. ( ,'Ii' '' ; IPI /ti".j 1'T rid. ANY '
_,
11.' II any j '
"
If you fall to do eo dacra iniimfeMo t .0 I"v $.AA'TNI, I )- r Mr 'MM +
WATSONREALTOR will be entered. M.ln* '
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ORANGE TREES +
FROM \ r'sedge
you lor the relief demand M the NEW YORK iUH> Thorn 5 1. 7 f

134 good bearing tree "wlrNBis and official ton li McKinnon lays auto
Approx my band xt
41141
CY
K! Sib St. NW
00 paved road Elolse Loop sod ot office at Harlow Polk docks, like the airlines, loom
Florida thin Saml day of minds of Invettoriit
County large In the
37- Deep well 2: bedroom I AD.
May '
J"i: dominant Invetment vehlclein
frame home Elderly couple SWAN. "R-
NEW HOMES Clerk ClraiM OedTt the changing complexion of PIS
trade for home
BY OWNER nxioui to By Ronald Hendaraon
BELL UKE RENT lose in Only U.500, Clark the American economy
FURNISH OR VNrURNIBHEDKWUM May Tl Jim"rrfo, IT. 1.MIK The brokerage house asserts r

Wune I A GOOD BUY! hat 'translated Into action 1 J !
hit would! mean that auto eft
THE cm t IT (ui HT or Tun
Beasley Realty Co. 0i4 LIT ... itocki and the airlines should
stem) down; MO 00 a month aa./k .t "IAL "
Able bilk roLM 101.518WP111A. be accumulated at market or
buys you thl. I bedroom. CB .M Ith St., NW CY 12717 In tNANt." ..., preferably during periods of I : '
L>l\un, a. adds I.- 1/14(7/ AND I Mt :v'OM let Will It A Co'. Wilt
Both It T AN
bom TOTAL PRICE:: tttOOOO ---- -- Me' tltitaaMIJOE weakness groups Vft :: '
BROWN MIVICR, ace strong earmnga support to ,1.11116 TIJ II MAIIItL' Mgtt' .'1 III J MM, MAYKA'D 1Mt Wf NT'OMfUfMOtt
You 4A D A7 rut loft' e'0o47r PAM VU1 toOH seedstr0514 IMC OfIOIr1rHI"
For mON Information call Chuck Go ModernIn Plall/f/ recommends rrtvruivic t f PNgt lhl aq A ;
purchase I
fI, hulify HA6 NWRIIS NONDIUUL PAM' /1 LITTLI S/7A/ if 1IDn wroitTANcr
B rroemke. BCHOENTHALER *; MARTHA LOUUa f10V81.8011l :ton. J
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GUY 541.80 15174 A
CO A Big Way .............. vTRANGL 'l { I4cMAN' 1 //If rot 111" _
or lilT I NM AflAiti IavS, "
4-n2t Nile. A; Wk end MM411B THE: tTAlk vI> rLUMlOA To ReynaMt It Oe lays that, 0OMt1etet WM WRONA' I '1_
Martha Luulae aaillll90a iNk Imfceatrittt "locked in the '

27.35 N rtorida. uagrfea traatHaHuMloie middle of a tang trading Ifd lR iv l 1

,E. SECTION t BR. IT.MOW You are hereky nauleM that a rant.," and a long weekend
have remodeled thla tradeinkoua Salt for divorce, has keen lieu coming up the next few days l/g 1
*o bring" your paint break and t acauut you la tIM above entitledcauee I A ; ;
email. dowa payment *4> Ave OBE. and. thai you are neraer ihould! be dull affairs De I II
170 par Mo on conventional Qulr4 to ..".. a cagey of Two An- pits the general lethargy,
mortgage II yean ewer or otfcer written defanees upon "
DAN I TiR8OnI'. BUILDER . HAY MONO, MATTUX. Attarmay at Reynolds says a few" Slates tV
DEVELOPER: Phona CY e.l4M Law. Poet Office Mo tit, Winter ace been able to pott worth
., Haven. nonda. Plaintiff a attorney .hint gains, leading to the ton
I
an or bolero the and day at JuarA.D '
i IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII.lRetirees 1S 4. sad before ae lennvdlately labs that capital pins can ,I) J
; ___ ten***
T..TI "a* ka thereafter U lie web the .4111 be made la well chosen
,..'U UaaU.
IM *...* andpaasee Here of the alma atylee Court "
I OrFamily | ertr.lv aTlae: beaatUal eeart the original at saId Aaewar ar aaM ipeclal situations, - -- -
TWr-* tare, hedreae*.. I written detenaea aT any
| | fall ...... air _.11..1.,. reeadeeatar pall U you fall la do ae. ...... pro Sidney B. Lurle of Jotepthtlk rv d oc Wg t0I.
new w ad awn cunlmimm will be entire agaiaetrou lsr. trs
I load, baea. lor the ralM ......... M the ttttet that 'while. It may A .J I' At5 570 (HOetI
Walk to town or school = \: ake a little. more Ume to dts. filets "A4 7 ,1 .., su, I !r I wNqoar' /
= We In :Es HeaQ\ r W DII nay hand anal aMcial onto" hr 155 IgOLDI 1 ,
and enjoy
really aeal. ot "afnee al 1Ia..... Pill pale ted., irrHants and re 1' .
thin recently bated home. = I Cf-tqf-e ('""at,. .......... ..... lath day ,* ..toe the deeMs and fears. the

i Huge oak creel shade the | Pl.a-4 M.tB2JD!) Mar AD D M ItM LOAN. JR hence of a ready Important
Clark at tha ClnwM Cw.n orreetton It slowly dutppesrM
E beaatlfullr lID d. i I WARREN SECTEL. Realise I lpy.goJ.-.. ........ "" Lurie adds that "we ei 1 1I
I leaped yard The two bed- :E I T
May XI, 17 1w. M 15114 pec1 a more effervescent over AAIIw
E room house hat low of :S .zJ.1 U stock !market to come Into tY
= I
extra, IncludlBf carpetS = being neil month
ins la llvinc room air :Ecooditioaer. 1.". T. CMW.oIN I
buittlo oven E: Card Of Thanks TNt IVtaTT J1aR'sIOt
I Legal AdvtMtitlrtgNOTW !
SIT 11 &JrO ova PULaIII
:: and ranee refrifcrator. :: I lUIKTt
'J''aID4.IORI'W :
:E brick barbeque In Florida :S OCR HEARTFELT .MB S/TATk ctmratM pa aNe
: c or intrntton TO
well and = 1rW..n.
= room. abaUow THA.YIS TO ie.e.T.a t-MTtTkutt a&.*
complete yard IrrtfaUoa = who extended MII'IIGrti'l&' To Al Cendisses sad ?r 1m ... __ M kwfeky ghee thai >kreajtntav .
sD ar Peinaata .
Anmat pa8.ls..t nrp.ra.8 w.du I -
S sympathy and h.4p m ew recent ?.sa Clout 4
= Owner bat purchased Borrow Ftr tke betttfeJ ::: eon af ...... ar brby tecwM Ca y'tk.f'leP..a.. r_.t P1 C:== - =:J A "N "''+a'1xr1 Lair Fh;;, 4MNLNJOta 4,'', ow. TM' teeele
wlB flnance Me
and Milted to 51 ,
larger borne E dlfa5gp .JI A
Cnaaierl .
rda U ,,
this with loW down = service. ftoral ........... and c darer and ....... Slack r.vInv. l.... mraanni.c flerte Ad: el IMIt\ 1%I "'u. r 'tII'C" WWII.I """""Attu.f"y'l! : 1r I 7.35 'aee A '
.._ the .Maw III JMM .. ., r'tIII'IN
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nVe af aurnard A -. .. : J '
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For further detaJs and grateful.WIPE a. CHILDREN: OF CwaMy ...... M nw. sass m LM .'M USfBvn, Mkner ...... N la / ,
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Cjrt .. M tnina. i psr11s r
appointment to tee. caD = M. L. TVCKER wMfea *M ....... vaaMaj hers 4aad.aae.1....5. aM mesas Aeeae sold Ii rW at 1
May e l4 ...... I* ihtka ..... 01 ...... /1M.a.
CEITBIDC BBTAN : .27IAB.Y Bmi iintuntna nf fan* _. ALA 127
BNMBi tsnJaji af d*sad naaaaf h me .
ETeaUafi CT MSM SCt .. .a5meM t'" ,.... .. A +1
i.Soa.e ... 0.01 6fwr ,r i
AIVSITINke te ........ nsnat a* a I
frOWN II COUJCTRY nets aanftn sad mes a.. .... .. ..Rwangr ....... r
pane WS "--. ,. .-.
Call
U1 = W n. LOW corr ale ......... ...... 0
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1r j Just like the REAL THING It Climbs turns,and dives Completely safe
Thousands of boys and girls have njoyed their WHIRLY RIDE.

GET FREE TICKETS THIS WEEK!
c
THURSDAY-FRIDAY-SATURDAYAND
NEXT WEEK MONDAY THROUGH SATURDAY

7 ., GET YOUR WHIRLY RIDESJUNE

1st JUNE 6th
MONDAY FRIDAY 3 to 8 P.M. SATURDAY 10 A.M. to 8 P.M.

2 FREE TICKETSWITH

$3.00 FOOD PURCHASE. PLUS
1 FREE TICKET WITH PURCHASE OF ANY ITEM BELOW

Borden's Lemonade . GRAPE ORANGE DRINK OR 1 te Gal.I

r.. H e Murray's Cookies Any 39c Package
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Tablerite Ice Cream . . Va Gal.

Dixie Lily Flour 5 i'G' 59c

1 See All Long Grain Rice . 4 iLG69c
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$ Merita Golden Circle Bread
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Merita Apple Turnovers
ASK MOM TO SHOP AND GET YOU TICKETS ONLY AT
5th STREET S.E. and Pepsi-Cola 6-Bottle Carton
I L G.A. FOODLINER CYPRESS GARDENS ROAD
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SALE DAYS MAY 28 29 30 /' "'. 'p. ,*t
TABLERITE FRESH FLA-GA GRADE A

: F R Y E R S Smoked TABLE,kiNG Ham H.H;Ib. 390TAtLERITE

FRESH
Ground 3 ''b a.
Beef Pkg.S139

STEAK SALE! Jlri e

_. : Round RiPe,
1F h
Steak". .lb. 79c : F FresWolermelons
SIrloIn/
Steak ,
.lb. 99c
lb. Whole .Bone Steak.
p .lb. 99c
ARMOUR Canned Picnic 3 n $179 Chuck Steak.....lb. 43cI.G.A.


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TABLERITE KRAFTMiracle I.G.A. DELUXECOFFEE I.G.A.TABLERITE

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