Title: Winter Haven Daily News-Chief
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Title: Winter Haven Daily News-Chief
Uniform Title: Winter Haven Daily News-Chief
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Winter Haven Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Winter Haven, Fla.
Publication Date: June 1, 1964
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Polk -- Winter Haven
Coordinates: 28.034444 x -81.721667 ( Place of Publication )
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THE WAT fHR Winter Haven Daily NewsCh'.N' Capital Ofy Of Of 100 The Lakes World

Partly t 0W wHh posy *

hundr i owri. Hi k today i in th* tO's. 'You Always' Reed It First

low tonight nar 70. Sowthorly wind *.
5 to 15 nibs per hour. In The New -Chiwf


U.S. Highest Court Reverses

Florida On School PrayerHighway


Death Bible Reading,

Toll Hits 11 Lord's Prayer

.: ,11 1, 111.11 9 J All Time HighBy Both BannedWASHINGTON

(UPI) The
United Press Inleraatlifcal --
1JUNIOR A record number of traffic Supreme Court today abruptly
death occurred on the na. reversed a Florida Supreme
tlon'i streets and highways Court ruling that permitted
during the Memorial Day week. Bible reading and recitation of
end. But the National Safet + the Lord's prayer In public
Council laid today the actual schools.
death miles traveled The high court cited Its dent
HIGH SCHOOL HONOR '"TUDENTn above of the honor rate per
: -- Sbown are eight top
of the lowest In slons of last term that devoUo
student at Denison, Weatwood, and lake Alfred Junior High School They are from left, was one yean
sal exercises of this kind
Internationalcount art
I seated, Francis Dodson, Denison Arnold Spanjer, and Melissa McDowellboth of Westwood. A United' Press s an 'establishment of religion'forbidden
Standing, Margaret Tyler,. Denlsm' Ruth Mlncey, Gregory Olusclak, and Linda Patrick, all of showed 421 persona deadIn 'N by the Constitution
traffic during the holiday p.
Lake Alfred; and Steve Wolff, Denlson.
rind from p.m. Thursday until Florida law requires Bible
midnight Sunday reading but does not mention
A breakdown showed: i other practlcea
Westwood Has Baccalaureate Traffic 01 A croup of Miami partnti
Drowning 60 1N had also objected baccalaureate
Planes I r +irvP programs, questioning
Miscellaneous T3 children about their religious
Annual Awards Totals SSI affiliation and that of their
Service Is HeldBy California again led all stales parents, and a religious test for

In the number of traffic accl- yr teachers
dents 38, There were 30 In P The court's brief order today
Day Program BILL WATSON Baccalaureate exercises. Texas, 23 In New York and 21 dismissed these complaints "for
Staff Writer The Rev. Leo F King, pas In lliinola Pennsylvania had If, want of properly presented fed
The 1D64 Baccalaureate address tor of the Beymer Memorial Michigan It, Oklahoma 16, tral questions,"
Westwood Junior High School to the senior class of Methodist Church, gave the Ohio IS, and Alabama and Ml- Member of the complaininggroup
held Its 1964 awards day and the Winter Haven Senior High opening prayer, and the Rev. sour) 14 each. are either Jewish unit..
honored students In the seventh School, given last night by the Melvin A. Gifford pastor of The traffic I death count MAN OF THE YEAR George Flack Jr,. right, Donlaon Junior High School teacher U Man or agnostic
eighth, and ninth grades for Rev. Gene Hitchcock, pastorof the Winter Haven Church of oared pad the previous recordof picked t* Winter hyena 1 leS4 Young Man of the Year and awarded the plaque that rOil with The case cam to the tl) S,
their outstanding work during the Parkland B apt I lit God read from the scriptures. 371 persons killed over I the honor by Bruce Parker, retiring president of the Jaycees, Supreme Court lad term after
the past school year, Church was centered on "the Th response was followed similar Memorial Day holiday .f.' Florida tribunals had struck
The D. A. R, Citizenship: open door" and "the high by the High School Chorus period lad year The safety down such state practices as
Award were presented to Patty road." under the direction of Millard council had estimated that between Wahneta Man Flack i Is use of the school prtmlsei after
Alderman and Arnold Span Elgar'i traditional "Pompand Walker, who also played the 410 and 490 persons George hours for Bible Instruction, tihlbltion '
jers, of the ninth grade ClrcumsUnc accompanied organ during the program. would die during this year' 71- of religious films In the
The Veterans of Foreign the march of the S8S The exercise marked t hour holiday schools and presentation of
War Citizenship Award was seniors wearing the traditional milestone for each of the A safety council spokesmansaid Hurt Christmas, Easier and Cbsnuka
presented by Mrs Lola Bush cap and gown down theaisles seniors and an awareness of the actual death rat per Seriously Jaycee Man Of Year programs,
to eighth graders James Elkin of packed Nora Mayo this was evident In all of themu milt this Menorlal Day weekend The U$. Supreme feurt lent
and Jell Beasley. Auditorium In the 50th Annual they listened\ to,the. mss-. may have keen the lowest \ the can back for further ron
The American Legion awards lag delivered by the 'Re?. In years, Motorists. this weekend In Auto CrashA George W. Flack J>.has been Mrt. Ce*.lia Flack, hiawit.! ttderatlon In light of Its drclskuion
for 'honor. scholarship; leadership Hitchcock. drove an estimated I.( billion chosen Winter Iteven'i Young won the WlntertlavenoWatandIng Bible reading and the Lord
courage citizenship, and After congratulating the more miles than they did Man of the Year for IBM. Young Woman of the Year prayer But the Florida Supreme ,
service" went to seventh grader Bidding Brisk graduates, the Rev. Mr In the 1HI Memorial Day year-old Wahneta man, The announcement earn at Award make them two the year first ago local which husband Court approved. the prar
Judy Keffer and Bob Re. Hitchcock said; "In a few weekend, the council said Henry Lee Smith was seriously the Jaycee Installation Banquet and wife team In historyto (Continued 0.* Page I. Col. II)
vela with honorable mention to moments, at the conclusion of Only four states had perfect I Injured In one of three ac when Flack was awardedthe "outatandtng" honor
Vicki Frakea and Kenny Lai- At Tax Sale this service you will march slates for the weekend: Alaska, rldenlt reported' In the Winter plaque whlchd..Inat..hlm Flack, I member of the Jay
ester out the aisle and through a Delaware Hawaii and Rhode Haven are Saturday night, a* Winter Haven outstanding/ tees for the past nine years, Season
In other awards to ninth ,r.d. door which opens to you all Iiland. Smith involved in a two.car young mm of 10(4. carved In of Its offices Citrus
has many
era the Top Science Student Tax certificates were sold on the opportunities of life that The worst tragedy of the noli. occident two mile south of Flack, 31, I I. put president and haetwencttednumerous
Award went to Michael Des 60 parcel Winter Haven property are your because of your day weekend happened when Eloise about 10 3S p m Saturday of the Winter Haven ,Jnyceea, time for his work with the or*
rochen, and the Red Cross Friday at Interest rate achievement In graduatingfrom six chlldrei burned to death In was admitted to Winter and I* active In a large numberof ganttatlon, both on the local
Award wa presented to Thomas that varied from 12 per cent high school a Memorial Day fire\ at Midlo (Have Hospital and was listed local county.. He I.and a teacher state orr.nlutton. at- and at the stale Uvsla. Near Last Days
Astronskas The Most Valuable down to seven per cent, city "That open door," he continued thian Va. Four weekending In good condition this morning Denlson Junior High \School He I* the founder and baa
Player award went to officials reported today, "gives you the oppor. youngsters and a widow died I He was one of five persons been faculty advisor since thefoundlnloflll.Denl.onJ.ybell LAKELAND (UPI) Fresh
Roy Tice and the outstandingGirl The total of the certificates tunlty to continue making the Sunday when flames devoured Injured In local weekend mishaps citrus shipments were. expected"
Athlete Award was given was $3IM. This represents the right cholcea In your life I cottage near Hopatcong, N.J, the others being treated HardWorkingBurglars a junior high school service club to drop sharply this week as
to Deborah Adam 1963 taxes due on real property. which will take you along i The worst traffic accident happened and released which I I. sponsored by the Jay the IM4 citrus season enteredIts
A special award of achievement This was Winter Ha.. '* first road of happiness and wholeness near Made. Okla. Me State Trooper Ronnie McNutt Get tees. final days.Florida .
was given to Melissa McDowell experience with the sale of tax and success." mortal Day when a two car said the Smith vehicle was It* 1 I. also! the chairman of Citrus Mutual said
for making all A'* inall certificates on delinquent real He explained to the seniors crash claimed five lives traveling south on Rifle Rang $1,350 In Loot the annual Christmas Shoppinglour Sunday that 1M cars of fresh
her academic subject last estate, and official were very that there are three roads Rd. when a car driven by Robert for needy children sponsored orange were shipped from t estate
year, pleased with the result. open to them-there Is a highway Charles Ward, 23, of Winter ST PETERSBURG (UPI) by the club. last week, but this ....k.*
Thirty-four ninth graders were There wa a urprllng number a way of "peace of mind haven, skidded 141 feet In. Hard working burglars tort The Young Man of the Yearla Mil has heel estimated at 2M.
given recognition for makingall of bidder present, and with God and fellowman anda Barry Rocky to It The Smith car was through the wall of four bualnesses a.Ieeted! by a committee com Grapefruit shipment were
A'* in at least ont Individual some really competitive bidding way of satisfaction In honest knocked 2es feet and the Ward In a shopping center posed of representative of all expected to total 60 can this
academic subject. They It was reported. This was goal, "there I I. a low road car traveled 461 feet before during the night In order to rob of lh. local citric club. Each week, compared to 100 last
were Patty Alderman Pat Al- Indicated by the bet that some "* road of conflict with God coming to a stop I poet office substation club submits a name of any week
lor. Robert Bice, Robert Bray certificate were bid down to and society and conflict with Keep FightingSAN Ward and a passenger In the Authorities said the burglar young man In Winter Haven bas Some orange concentrator
Roxana Buttles, Jeffery Carter even per cent Interest. The top self;" and there I., he told Smith automobile Carol May mad off with 1250 belonging to twoen the age of 11 and 16. shut down operation last week
Ann Cox Tony Deknes, Denis legal rat* Is 12 per cent, and I II them, t middle road "neither FRANCISCO (UPI) llowell. IT, of Wahneta. were the government" and an aiMttto Flack' name was submitted and other are expected to daM
Egan Danny Foster, Gillette reduced by the bidding, While high nor low Just the in be. Sen Barry Goldwater and Gov treated and released at the bo. sal 11,100 In city funds collected by three club, this week, according to Roy
Fowler. moil certificates were sold at 12 tween and the easiest"He Nelson A. Rockefeller kept pita!. at a special booth for utility J. D Pope, last year'i Young Hunter director of marketing
Jack Hammond Linda Heinly, per cent, tome went for lower Man of the Year, was chairmanof "
cited scripture exsmple fighting for votes today In the McNutt laid damage to the bills, information for Mutual.A !.
(Continued On Page 5, Col S) (Continued On Page 5. Col.\ 1) of all three roads and then final noun of a California prtaidential two cars was 11,900 Ward was The burglar' slatted their the aeloctlon chon commit!for his few plan to operate as long
said "A you make your way primary campaign with charged with reckless driving trail of destruction In the men'i "work flack with was youth and with many as they can get fruit he laid,

through that open door. 1 managers of both candidates while drinking room of i laundromat orftnlutlon la this are." (Continued On Page I, Cot I)
Costello// Will Guide pray that you will choose the predicting victory Shortly after the Ward Smith
high way and be willing to The two Republicn prtsld'ntlsl accident two person were Injured g r
I T { 1' ,
work for R candidates are matched when an ambulance and r ri a
He closed his address with In TUfsd.,'. critical primary car collided at the Interaction
Teen Unit To EuropeTwentyone a prayer for th* graduating contest \the lad and most of Hwy IT and State Rd.
class In which h* repeated the Important presidential primaryof S40 The Florida Highway P*.
wish that the senior would 1M4 The winner gets M nations trot which also Investigated
teenage boy and Paul Muller and Sondra Ray. not stoop to the low road or I convention vote this accident did not believe
girl and six counselor will The Caravan will leave hereon be satisfied with the middle Rockefeller was flying back the ambulance was going to the 9
leave Lake Alfred on Saturday the Atlantic Coast Line wy," but prayed that Godwould overnight from New York, earlier mishap. a
June 13 for a tour of Europe Champion Saturday. June 13 at "give them a vision of where his son Nelson Jr was The ambulance, driven by
that will take more than t 11.S3 p.m., for New York. On the high road and strengthto born Saturday for a 1,500-mll Charles E Coon 23, of Winter
month and will Include seven the following Monday the delegation walk H* way" hedge bopping trip up and Haven, wa on emergency call
countries. win fly to Paris on a Th always Impressive candlelight down the state by chartered proceeding south on Hwy IT
The group I Ia known a* the non-itop jet flight where they ceremony followed the plane His schedule called for with its red light flashing A* t
Wayfarer Camping Caravan will be joined by two additional address under the direction of 12 airport stops beginning this the ambulance started acto..

its director being George T (Continued On Pace I, Col. I) (Continued On Page I, Col. T) (Continued On Page I. Col. I) (Contiaiwd On Page I, Col. II
Costello of Lake Alfred who

has mer which program conducted hv for Included these many mm year tours.. Girls Do Double-Take As Car Rescues Them In MidLakeBy :J

through most of the Untied
States, Including New England ED BEIKD JK. The vehicle be used It aaAmpficar. th* lake, so I drove back out 'One* K I II In the water yew
Colorado and the Far West, and Tour young Winter Haven a combination automobile and towed them In. Just switch over to the twin
to Canada.Final girl \had the unique experienceof and boatIt "Th girl weren't to any propeller It win float lixl' FSAFETY
Instruction were given being rescued from the middle daager. but tt did look like It finitely"Also 1
speed to
to the group Saturday afternoon of fake Elbert last night can rescue oper
was getting ready to rain. dont bare
at Costello'i home Sissy 01 thetourtst" by an automobile atoll at the rat of about 6S you any
parent tttended miles per hour on Land and 10 "They had an extra can of trouble if you hit a tnd bar
The young people which makeup The girl did double take mile per hour In tilt water, gas, but we couldnt get the You jail disengage the prop l>
the Graves are Tommy when stranded In mid like Burgoon **td.H gaa tap off of tb lank. lori, pet the "car In gear and S ,
when their due* over K I
motor conked out
Andersen Beverly Arfaraa, described the rescue this
Kay Arfarat, Holly Berry Jo Barry Burgoon. who la to chargeof Burgoon" then added with a
way: Buffoon **U UM Ampficar t
Bissett, Nancy Ester, Danny special promote at Cypress smile, After I pulled them outI created quits a bit at the water
Griffith Janci Gunson. Calvin Garden saw their plight "I had picked the car ap had to throw them an back show at North GetsShopping
J.meJOll., Tent Lnlo. Myra from tile roadway along the from the skew at North Cat There were too youag-tb* ..1cI.at equipment Center last weekend
Mann Bin Parker Jan Self- shore, turned Ma car into the Shopping Center My sext door was jut S4." But the comments were tfe*
art Elizabeth Severn, Eliza- water and plowed out Into the neighbor didn't thick K would Th ear which cou abort wouldn't be.
an*- people
beta Strutheri, Ginny Lynn lake to them float so I took him toning in 12.700. has boNa loaned to Cypm -
Thorn, Helen Jo Vineyard H* then towed their boat to .. Garden to be sd In Uv tt would float AWARD ., r B***, who has..*o drtvtof a iced for Tamp Electric Corapan/ ;'
*bor*. water shows. here |longer (tan aayon elM! seen** a safety award from Fischer Black, *(*eurlv. vie PTM-
Philip Vineyard Ruth WeBs And whrfe bit feat looked like '1 bad just driven out of the -Mart people won't believ ItwBl "It tf very maanveribl In Went teas received! tile awatd fjf sir 1 >.ig the greatest number of miles without. aecldnttfjriog "
Wilbur Well, and Randy Web aomeUwg out of Buck Roger water with\ It awl wa talking float," Bargoon Mid "A3 the water:' Burgoon Mid. "It I the pat fr '(D) t the ttad dm the! Polk' ounty division ban won tile award. .0 r"..
on.. Counselor art Costello, to the gate' then fir nothing to Mr (W E.) .,.rtolL I you kv to do i* l lock bolt steers by the front wheel" Jut take permanent potseS'.ca of the tr.pfcv' Left U v I RlMnburg; manager of dlvtaiona, and 'r!
Leoort V Costello Danielle !t. ipeeitl about JL noticed the (aboard stalled .tn doeo and drive to the water life n don oa Und. I0t U J. W. MeKa,. ( *".''e> manager of the folk county Dlvtiton, ,;v
finger Fatty Humphrey. Jean


Monday June i I. i I9f I >4


r f -eras 1PARTICIPATE
President Paz --
-- -
Five PolkFirms -

GetCharters r Reelected By

Brazil VotersLA

PAZ (UP!) --tarh returns -
Secretary of State Tom from Sunday's pleeltonln. +
Adams today announced the dlcated today President Vie, ',r
chartering of one corporation paz Lstenssoro-who ran -virtually -
m Winter Haven last week. b unopposed-won a third
The charters includedThompson term by a missive majority despite -
Nursery Inr opposition efforts to keep
Route 1, box 411 Winter Haven voter away from the polls
with 10,000 shares of common No violence was reported on
at $1 per share dealingin election day. MllltUmen shot a

nursery business plants, r,. and wounded two ntt-Paz dem-
shrubs etc. Incorporate are onstrators here Saturday night. --"

James L. Thompson, John R .r Returns from 50 of the 1,400 IN FLY I'P' CHUMONY -- These Brownies l from Troops 86 and 149,
Thompson, and Ruby L Thomp polling places in La Paz, traditionally and members of Junior Girls scout 7 roop 138 partlcpated In a fly up ceremony earlier this I
son, all of Winter Haven Filed } an opposition stronghold week, Twenty-one brownies advanced up to the junior troop.
give Pas 13,499 vot s--
May 22 by J. Mason Wines of
nearly 60 per cent of the total.
Winter Haven
There void ballots, Brownies Get
were 2,212
Lost Groves, Inc., Lake Wale
614 blanks presumably cast byntlKoverment Four Paratroopers
with 1,000 shares of common
voters, and 352
at $5 share, dealing citrus
per votes for splinter party candi
business Incorporatori are SACK t RACE AT WAHNETA This sack race was one of the many activities held recentlyat dates. Junior RatingsTwentyone
Teddie B. Singletary, June Wahneta Elementary; school's annual Field Day. Rita Harris and Valerie Rodgers won this The President's majority was

Smith and Carole M Belsley particular raceWahneta. expected to run hither In most Recall D-Day FightEDITOR'S
all of Lake Wales. Filed May provincial areas than It did In Brownie Scouts
26 by C. B. Myers of Lake Wal La Paz. of Troops 86 and 149 moved up
es Elementary School Eight StatesTo Seven major opposition parties NOTE: June 6 vast air assault. By the time it to a junior girls scout troop
International Mobile Home ranting In political coloration marks the 20th anniversary of reached target, the Germans earlier this week In a fly-up

Corporation of Lake Wales with from center -- right to extreme DDay the Allied Invasion of were awake. ceremony.
10,000 shares of common it $1 left withdrew their candidates occupied France in World WarII Over the channel islands of Mrs. Jack Coyle played hostto
per share, dealing In mobile Holds Its Annual Field DayWahneta Vote On from the election In protest that brought about eventually Gurnsey and Jersey his C47 was the Brownies and to Junior
homes, etc. Incorporates ire against Fax's re-election the downfall of Nail Third hit by flack and was burning" Troop 138 In the ceremony.
Helen L. Stegman, Carole Ben- campaign, Reich which Hitler had bragged when the green light said "go. To get the Brownies acquaint.
ley and Sherry Unslnger ill of Elementary School Geneva Scott, third. In Bolivia, as In most of would last for 1,000 yean. In "The flack was so heavy I ed with what they are to ex
Lake Wiles Filed May 26 by held its annual Field Day with Richard Brown'i room was GOP Delegates Latin America Is traditionally a 20th< anniversary report four believe I could have walked pect when they become full
Frank D. Newman of Lake each class participating In the the lop overall room with 49 illegal for a president to succeed paratroopers who still hit the down," the Greenville, S. C., members of the Junior Troop,
Wales. events points, followed by Edward Neu. himself. A new constitution silk for the U. S. Army recall sergeant recalled."I special patrol meetings were
The first, second, and third meyer'i room with 31 points. Ptl's landed In a marsh All I
Phoichem Supply Co of Bar. WASHINGTON (UPI) The approved In 1961 legalized their experiences) held yith the brownies ai
tow, with 600 shares of common grades took part In a musical Ribbons were presented to the battle GOP campaign, but some Bolivians had left when I got out was a guests
at $100 per share dealingIn program consisting of such favorites winners by Earl Dodson, prin contenders among for convention presidential delegates resented the break with tradi By JOSEPII O. IIOLLOWAY ,Jr, tommy gun which I had stolen, Group singing and a special
as "loopy Loo", "Blue clpal. tion. United Press International well, liberated, and a few clipsof
phonpite mining, the production steps up this week, wit'i' flag ceremony were held under
Bells," "Chimes of Dunkirk, FAYETTEVILLE N. C. UPI ammo. I cut oft part of my
of chemicals or allied Industries contents In eight states high. the direction of the junior girls
"Honolulu Baby,' and "Paw First) Lt. John A. Hughes parchute to save for my father.
Battle snapped
Incorporators are Carl Bible lighted by the crucial Califor The Brownies formed their
Six KilledIn It had IT flack holes In it"
Paw Patch his shroud leader to the
E Meirs B. J. Bogler and E. nia primary. Brownie Rings under the supervision
M Haynaworth.ill of Birtow, The fourth, fifth, and sixth Slated To EndWednesday static line In the droning C47, Only S feet, 8, Bryant' said he of their leaders, Mrs.
F A Vogler of Lakeland, and grades participated In track and There were indications that CrashesIn then stepped out Into empty had to tiptoe through the marsh his, B. Hollowly Rollins and Mrs
sometimes sinking
Eugene S Anderson of Fort field events the choice of delegates In some darkness. over Owen Lee, of Troop 86, and
Winners In the 25-yard dash Influencedby FloridaMIAMI His assignment:: To lead his head.
Meade Filed May 21 by Mar. other states could be Mn. Robert Welgert, and Mrs.
shall II Edwards of Bartow. were: Boys division-Larry Riley the outcome of Tuesday's platoon of H Company of the J. C Tackett, of Troop 149.
( ) Garold J. Rose, of Vance-
first and Alvin Creel 507th Batalhon, 82nd Airborne Mkj.
; sec California race between Gov. (UPD-MemorlilDiy
Refreshments served
Kincaid Orchards, Inc., of first of the were by
phase congressional has five combat
ond. Girls division Carolyn accidents took Infantry, to capture the French burg, Ky. ,
Nelson A. Rockefeller of New Weekend traffic
Lake Wales, with 120 share. Mrs. Delmar Debault.
"battle of the Bible" ends
four in
his credit,
of common of no value, Fowler, first; Sandra Dean, York and Sen. Barry Goldwaterof at least six lives in Florida, the village of Ste. Mere Eglise from jumps to Brownies flylng-up were,
par The
Wednesday. struggle over the Germans.Hughes World War II and one in Korea
second; and Marcia Hughes, Arizona Highway Patrol said today. The
dealing In flowers, tropical school prayer from now on will who the lie was a private on D-Day Troop 86-Greta Harp, Candy
fruit., farm products, etc. Incorporators third.Fifty yard dish, boys-Bobby be less public but more bruising A United Press International would agency be had killed.predicted that 13 silver leaf of a now lieutenant wean colonel and jumped with A Company. of N e 1 11 o n, Darlene Surrency,
are Walter W. Wool- Tamara Smith, Carolyn Connor
Hester first William Thompson survey shows that Goldwater, landed In a marsh. lie the M5th.
folk, Teddie B. Singletary, second ;and John A If sen, Chairman Emanuel Celler, D- who picked up 13 more delegates Oliver Bolitho. 19, of St climbed out and used his "I felt the opening shock of and Leah Ackley Troop
Carole M. Beasley. all of Lake Girls; Fowler, N. Y., of the House Judiciary in Mississippi Saturday, Petersburg, was killed late Sunday "cricket" recognition signal my parachute and looked downto 149-Peggy Hoffses, Karen Har-
Wale.. Filed May 21 by Wool. first third Inez Brown-Carolyn, second; and Committee has announced hi. la far ahead of the field with night In a three.car smashup A dark form arose about 10 see a formation of three rls, Stacey Fultz, Barbara May,
folk Sharon; Jacobs, third. unchangeable"" decision to end 327 pledged first.ballot votes at near St. Petersburg that left feet away and fired point blank, Cut," Rose said. Betty Jo James, Robin Steed.
dash six weeks of hearings on schoolroom the GOP convention starting two otheraln.1ured. missing hit target. "I don't know if we were high Cheryl Hendricks, Candy Scott
Seventy-five yard boy. worship with one session or they were low but it's less Kathy Kelley, Deborah Dortch. I
July 13. The total needed for The crouched rifleman then
first Steve Bos-
-Wayne Scott, ; Killed Sunday waj J. D. Me
Senate this week. to planes Jerri Welgert, Janet Hart Deb
than pleasant see ,
ReadyTo nomination U 655. asked: "Is that you lieuten
well second; and Gary Walk. The Is for the Connie 43. Miami who was hit orah
next step committee ant" right below you he added. Tackett, Cheryl Stotz, and
Renew er, third. Girls-Betty Jordan, whose 35 members all Gov. William Scranton of by a car in Dade County. The young Palmyra, Va officer "We landed two miles from Nancy Hiselby. a
first. Steve Boswell, second, ?
are lawyers, to decide whetherthe Penniylvania Is second with 64, Joseph Monticino, 81, and his had had his baptism of our assigned drop zone and had
and Gill Rodgers, third.
Rights Fight Constitution should be including St "favorite son"votps son, II George Monticino, Si lire to fight our way to the objective, the other side.
Softball throw, Larry Riley, mended to override Suprejne\ bridge over the MeredersO 'We stopped the lead tank on
from his home state Am. both of Miami, died Saturday Hughes retalU-OMtt he gathered a
first; Wayne ,Scott; second; IridiAhthOny Court decisions; outlawing prayer north of St, Mere Eglii: Whenwe ,the bridge and the others could.
basiadqjr Henry Cabot Lodge about 20 of his from
accident I In South Dade >men
( ) third,cGirU In an I
UPIt'I.nlt Muggins, ,
returned from u.boll!*".';>I :.lId.Jrttbl reaflln| ii,4e- has 46 and Rockefeller Is running County, ' ( 'across the 'Iountry: aid and got there three tanks and n't gel across. We kept them
day Senate recess today to yenewta. , second Byrd ;Jlrat and: TJrenda.iHbdgers Debbie qulred parts' of public aihool fourth with' 35. RockefellerIs Darrell L. Baker. 4, Fort moved toward-the French village a truck load of German Infantry from getting to beach.our people" coming
around the curve on in on the
civil rights battle, with a Republican licks third.TuO.War. programs. favored by pollsters to win Pierce, died when he was came
Celler was opposed to the 147 the 86 at stake In California, With other elements of the
leader predicting approval boys-MI. Linda struck by a car near his home
proposals to change the Constitution
however. 82nd and bolstered mis
of a bill before the GOP Saturday.
Brady's fourth grade, first
; long before he started In addition to California, Republicans placed troopers from the 101st,
convention July 13 A year-old Orlando ma.;
Mrs Martha Steelman'i fifth
hearings April 22, and he Is
As the Senate entered the grade, second and RichardBrown' will choose convention Harold Borman Carpenter, died Hughes and his men took the STEADY SAVINGENSURES
; against them now However, he
13th week of debate on the bill sixth grade, third Girls delegates this week In Ne several hours after the holiday village.
for might support a resolution put. braska, New York, South Da. It was the first town liberatedby
after a three-day recess count started at 6 p.m., Thurs
Mlis Helen Parker's fourth
Memorial Day, leaders still -grade, first Arthur Smith'sfirth (log Congress on record In favor kota, Washington Alabama, day. Carpenter wn hit by a car the Allies in the Great Crusade
; of recognition of God truly
were looking for the votes needed Colorado and Hawaii. in Orlando. in Europe. YOURSUCCESS
grade second; and Richard voluntary prayer and objectiv
to cut off a Southern filibuster -
Brown'i sixth grade, third. study of religion In public Hughes and three other men
COP Leader Everett M. Dirk- Sack race boys, Allen Jen schools. who jumped into the darknesson
len, HI., predicted Sunday that bins, first; Ronald Lindsey, second Other congressional news: Alabama Admits Third D-Day 20 years ago next
the two-thirds majority needed) ; and Anthony Muggins, Civil Rights: The Senate nettled week are still hitting the silk
to impose cloture, or gag rule, third Girls, Rita Harris, first: back down to Its civil and paratroopers in the 12nd
would be obtained "and then at Valerie Rodgers, second; and rights bill debate today after a Airborne Division, stationed at .
long last we are going to get to Patricia Reynoldi'i third. long holiday weekend with I Negro Girl As Student Fort Bragg.
vote on this substitute." Bicycle race boys Steve leaders still working toward They remlnesced about their
Dlrksen was referring to Boswell, first; Harold Herman, enough votes to put a gag on experiences with a mixture of :
amendments offered byblpartl- second]; and Tony Castelleja, filibustering southern senatori. By United Press Internatbnal from Ramsey High another nostalgia and vivid details of
an Senate leaders for the third. Girls-Deborah Stanfield, As debate entered the 13th Josephine Powell one of. two previously allwhite school. the fighting and gunfire that
House passed meaaure. He first; Sandy Mizell, second; and week. Republican Leader Everett Negroes to be graduated with Elsewhere. broke out even before they
predicted that the Senate would M. Dlrksen. III.. predictedthe out incident Sunday at previous. Jacksonville Fla.: Negro touched the ground on June 5,
approve the "purified" civil Mayor HighIn necessary two thirds vole ly allwhite West End High leaders planned federal court 1944
rights bill before the GOP convention for cloture would be obtained School in Birmingham, Ala., action today to eras a civil Norman V. Ewing is a ser.geant .
starts July 13 in San Car WreckMIAMI and that a bill would be has been admitted to the University rights demonstration ban In St. major at Fort Bragg now
Francisco. approved before the Republican of Alabama, It was reported Augustine Imposed Thursday after just about the highest job an
(UPI) -- Three cars- contention July 13. Sunday night a series of clashes between enlisted man can hold.
DividendSoutheastern one driven by Miami Mayor Immigration: Rep John V. The Birmingham Post Herald whites and Negroes that sent Ewing was a sergeant In Easy
Pays Robert King High were Lindsay R N Y. Introduced said It had learned from the two persons to a hospital. Company, a misnomer of the
imashed by a fourth automobilehere omnibus legislation to reform girl's attorney that she has Dallas, Tex: Negroes and Soar. Parachute Regiment of
Mortgage Investors Sunday immigration naturalitatlon and been accepted by the university whites demonstrated at a down the 82nd, and was flying to his
: Trust declared' Its ninth High, who lost his bid for the refugee laws Lindsay acid his for the fall term. town cafeteria Sunday for the third combat jump."I .
consecutive monthly dividend of governor's office In the May 26 bill would do away with nation. Jefferson Bennett, administrative second consecutive day. They was scared as hell," the
June 10 to ihareholders of runoff, had his five children al origins basis In Immigration vice president of the university left when police told them they Charleaton, W. Va, soldier re
record June 1, 1964. with him In his city-owned car and overhaul the quota system said it was the school's were violating a city ordinance. calls.

policy not to comment on "any Most downtown hotels and restaurants "The plane was blacked out.
one else's" statements concerning in Dallas are integrated All you could see was lighted
applications or stu cigarettes, all shaking I openeda
D dents NEW YORK: Integration fresh pack at the 20} minute
Mist Powell'a attorney Oscar leader Dr. Martin Luther King signal When we landed I had

.. Adams Jr., will hold a newsconference Jr. said in a radio Interview to open another pack to get a
this week on her fu. Sunday that he will ask President smoke I must have smoked a

., ture plans, according to the Johnson to veto the civil whole pack In 20 minutes."
girl's mother. Mrs Clarence rights bill if It is watered down Ewing was a radio man and
o Powtll. by crippling amendments. sat up front on the airborne Don't tell your security short.. A career bated on
The university admitted two Cambridge, Md.: Negro comedian troop carrier He recalled that a confidence,
Negroes last June under federal Dick Gregory staged a trooper saw lines of flack coming good financial) background can give you

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i Wallace attempted to block bail money for civil rights demonstrators German guns below and asked
their entrance by "standing In who have been ir- the company commander about Auburndale savings' account toon. Whether you need
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However the Negroes, Vivian Louisville, Ky.: Fourteen "Just back fires from other reedy cash for emergencies, or for investments, depend
Malone and James Hood 1. were wbite and Negro civil rights planes," the officer replied
l... .'-: .....; admitted after National Guardsmen leaders were carried from an Master Sergeant Charlie Bryant on your savings at Peoples Bank All earningsare

i were federallied. amusement park Sunday after then a machine gunner with ell deposits insured.
f" : Hood 1 later dropped out. Miss they staged a altin and tried to the 101st Air Borne ScreamIng guaranteed,

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(The Weather-Local State And Nationa| Congressman 75 Girls Move Up A Step In Scout Program I

6c A "Look Wider Still Pro.greulon -

g Go ,, o Haley ReportsWASHINGTON. Ceremony"night at the was Chic heMThursday

t/FJ + \-7I Center a* 75 local Girl (toeM* l
moved up ont afro on tile scovt- m.
: +
: i
(I D. C. Fw Ing ladd.r. tt
0 ITS years the Congress has been Senior Troop 37 was In chart*
authorised by the Constitution to of the flag ceremony and tfct
.. .. set up a system under which a theme of the Introduction was I bd
Vice Present could take over given by Grayson Tames and I d
N. t.r the duties of the President In the Nancy Keith of Senior Troop a.
root. ... event the President should become Moss Dorothy Bradley,
', v dissMed. The Congress Cypress Neighborhood chairman -
hn never acted la provide such and Mrt. R. E. Maughn F
t tyilrm district advisor were welcomed
tt guests
wAetrd I by no means set myself up A choral reading from St.
$ .. .t inexpert In the technical details Catherine was performed by
to wti,, 1.. 8e cf how such I system might Lyn Addlngton, Vicki Horton
beit be set up. But I do not Darlene Bumbalough, Karen
think that it I. necessary for Keating, Robin Baker,and Betsy
'one to be an expert to see, from Keith, of Troop 15$. Several
SydwEeA 0( the practical standpoint, that other membereotthetroop sing t : :
& the time his come when the the region song and presented :
: 1\O r'rfJ1 Congress not only should but i play which they had been working ,
/ .:
'iJ"t .. must act In this matt r to protect on for their. Troop dramatics
G -/-tt.j against future dlisiter. badge.
A medley of river longs was
: RAIN AND THUNDERSHOWERS Rain Is forecast the New England states, the Atlantic Perhaps In years gone by sung by Cadette Troop '., and
I coastal states and the Great Lakes region. Thundershowert are forecast for the Psclfic there was no pressing need for Troop 4 sang "Look Wider
. Northwest the upper Rockies the Southern Plateau and the lower Appalachian Fair and warm dealing with the question of Still" and lead the group In singing -
Is forecast for the rest of the nation transfer of direction of the Government "Taps."
when a President bee The progression ceremony
1 Florida Zones Keys Temperatures time diitbted. But things now which was the central them of
Fair through Tuesday except are vastly different-our Government the program was designed to
for Isolated brief showers. High has become recognize the girls moving up 1 :
, Panhandle By United Press International enormous 1
I Considerable cloudiness i n d today 88, low tonight 75. Southeasterly Low High and complex, and such Is the to a higher level in me scouting *
mild through Tuesday with winds 8 to 15 miles per Albuquerque c/ 86 state of the world that we move program ,

widely scattered showers and hour. Atlanta . S4 72 from one crisis, or Impending Mrs. E, M. Mason welcomedthe
thunder showers today and to- Birmingham . ee T3 crliii, to another. We cannot following Brownies Into

night. High today 78 to 84, low Five Day ForecastFive Boston 51 70 afford to have the Governmentin Ting's Troop tsar Troop From 57, Nancy Mrs. S.Fox V. PROGRESSION CEREMONY: HELD -- A progression ceremony honoring IS girl scouts of
tonight in the 110'.. day forecast for peninsular Chicago , 55 11 the situation of I rudderless Pattie Lee Connor, Ruthle Mc- tile area who era moving up lot higher level of the program was held Thursday The girls shown
North Florida for period beginning Cleveland 52 110 .hlp for any materitl length of Cutcheon Pat Slgman, Brian above represent sit four Kepi of Ctrl Touting: They art, from left, Pal Slgman. a brownie:
. . . time-in fact the disability of pebble Mason a junior scout SalUman Cadette' and Donna Malaffev .
Pertly cloudy through TUBS- 7 p.m tonight and ending Denver a 12 Sllngluff, Kathy Ting; from Mrs. ; Mary a : a senior .cout.PAINTUP
dsy. Scattered showers this aft- 7 p.m Saturday: Detroit . .7 ee the President to act might in itself J. L. Pier ion's Troop 16, Donna
moon or evening and prob-- Temperature are expected Jacksonville . 73 19 provide the opportunity Corrente, Susan R.hling,Wendy
ably on Tuesday Not quite ss to avenge near normal through Kansas City . 51 ea for an enemy to touch off t Kamer. From Mrs. Vernon
warm tonight and Tuesday. Saturday. Some representativenormal Las Angeles . .sa n criiii, in explosion which could Smith's Troop 190-Csrol Bas-
High this afternoon in upper highs and low are Tallahassee Miami . 'D IT strike ui down.
80'., low tonight near 60. Variable 89 and 66, Orlando 90 Miami Beach 71 85 Former President Elsenhower chon.Mrs.. Joe Long welcomed the
winds 5 to 15 miles per and 60 and Miami 89 and 66. Twin Cities n ee who was three times incapacitated . following Juniors to Cadette
hour. No Urge day to day change New Orleans 61 7e in hit eight years In the Troop 311: Gale Dlllaihtw, SALE !
Northeast are likely. Rainfall la expectedto New York . 52 70 White House urgently asked Sandy Long Dabble Beisley,
Partly cloudy through Tues total about one inch In moat Orlando 71.. Congress to act on the disability Lynn. Stewart Susan DI-
day. Scattered afternoon and .areas, occurlng aa scattered Philadelphia S. 75 matter when he was In office Onatlvla, Susan Baugh, Leslie Enjoy the luxury of Premium
evening showers. High this afternoon mostly afternoon showers Phoenix . 13 IT Just a few days ago, he told the Baker, Cecilia Avllos, Judy
around 90, low tonightin Raleigh . 51 71St. American Bar Association that Been Peggy Thompson, Patsy Flint At Special Silo, Prices .

upper 80'.. Mostly southerly LOCAL OUTLOOK Loul. S. 7. on etch of those occasions he O'Sleen Sharon Moor, Kathy
winds 5 to 15 miles per hour. San Francl.co 50 57 was "unsble to function" for Park., Penny McKay, indClndy
Southwest Partly cloudy through tomor Seattle . 52 to varying lengths of time, the Jacoby, Marilyn Moll Debbie M
Tuesday Scattered afternoon thunder Tampa 72 Briggs, Cindy Evtni, Barbara 1.
Partly cloudy through row. to shortest 24 houri. This country,
A few showers mostly Inland showers. High in the low to'.. Washington 57 n said Gen. Eisenhower, "ctnnot Hoyt Oberbacher.Dime Adams, and Kim

in afternoons. High today Low tonight near 70. Southerly afford to be without someone to Mrs Edward Putties and four
about 90, low tonight near 70. winds 5 to 15 miles per hour Veteran AdviceThe make a decision," even for 21 of her Caddies of Troop 74 f
Southerly winds 5 miles +
to 15 houts.Gen.. welcomed +
from Troop 158, Mary
per hour Polk County Veterans Eisenhower was not the Ruth Lmry, Susan DeLorento,
I Ckntrtl PARK INTERPRETERS Service Office will have a only President to be Incapacitate Sharon Baschon, Rita Cutler I e Lug
Partly cloudy! through Tues PALISADE, N. J. (UPI) representative at the old city ed !a office. President Garfield ret, Mary Slgman, Patti i
day. Scattered afternoon thun- The Psllisdes Amusement Park hall in Winter Haven Thursday lingering days before he died Nether; and from Mrs Mike ___
der showers. High this afternoonIn bit hired t stiff of Interpret. to assist veterans and their dependents of an issassin's bullet, was In Kalogrldis's Troop 218, Mary 4 e.
low 90's, low tonight near ers, who speak 27 linguiges, so or survivors with pro- a coma most of that time President Ann KalogrldlsCorlnn.Myers, '
70. Southerly winds 5 to 15 miles it can deal with Its everyday blems. Hours will be 9 '.m. to Wilson was critically ill, Sheila Smith, Vicki Krebs, Iota Rerh
per hour problems deplt the Influx of 4 p.m. following i stroke, In his last Lee, Becky Smith.
Southeast foreign visitors to the New AMARILLO Tes. months In office, and unsbl to Going from Caddie Troop 74
Partly cloudy: throgh Tue. York metropoltin area duringthe "Operation Accident(UPI) perform most, If not all, of his to Senior Troop 17iDdwelci-'
I day. Chine of an afternoon World's Fair year. Free duties. ed by Mrs Terry English: and
shower. High today about 72, "Now," says park President this was t miserable failure Fortunately, no crisis developed Senior Scouts were Sunan Scott,
weekend In
I, low tonight 72. Southeasterlywinds Irving Rosenthal, "w* can page police reported. Amarlllo during the periods in which Mary Saltiman Cathy Savant,
5 to 15 miles per hour. the parents of lost children In At least 33 auto accidents Mr. Garfield and Mr. Wilson Judy Ctrolus, and Diane Small.
occurred Welcomed Into Senior
South were unable to function. Even Troop 6 ,
language from Russian to
any two of them
Generally fair through Tue. Swahill." involving more fortunately, no crisis developed 4 by Mrt. James Iianktnandher e any I*apply e Oriel.: mmultl 'e
day. High today 85 on the beaches ponce cruisers during any of Gen. Elsen Senior Scouts were Roxanna e Unlimited cokw Rich M nun*
to near 90 inland. Low to- hower's thr..llln....., althoughwe Bullies, Gall Lawless, Ann e One CM| cwvs e Cat*ctowt M*
nigh In low 70'.. Mostly southeasterly DAILY CROSSWORD ____ lived then, ss new In a worldof Porllock Dsrlen Collier, Lynn
winds 5 to 15 miles ACRO" 4. Dangerous 22. Greeting tension. But ill of this was Williams, Camml Hartley
per hour. 1, Explosives to life 2. Card happenstance! luck and Susan Watson Susan Wells, BETTERCOLO
dropped by 5.Compass game ,: there Is no way of sssurlng our Dena Schwari, and Bandy Slew
TONIGHT IS THI NIGHT aircraft 25. Marks her
poIIIL selves that horseshoe and other
TO GO OUT TO THI MOWISI e Former e.Take.out: II good luck charms always/ will Csdetles Susan Scott Mary BETTER
coin: Port print. "core 11,1 s ave us. Bailsman Roxanna Bottles were COVtMOl
tLQNgLLEOTODAY 11. Worship Mwedlah" reeL" There never should be Urn honored by their troop as the BETTER .
12.Mistake coin 28. Born : first Cadetles to meet the Four +
when the Vice '
President WAtrUHUTV
U. Thick cord I. Donk.y' 21. Vuhlon. could Challenge of the Cadett pro
It. Cling to sound able I not step In, ready and empowered gram
15.To rllpln e. Wander 31. Present.1L U> act is President for Donna Ross of Senior Troop
rhra Tau.S Attirma 10. Region Iy ...,.....r'. ....., whatever length of lime a President 4 recognized the members of
Cent)***** rM > P.M. live vote le. Stylish 3t. Toward may be Incapacitated her troop who would be graduating LET THE SPORES
2 llg FtcrturM 2 U. Nan'a 18.T.lIurium 34. A kind 311. Not or If, it Is now the rise, there this June, They Include "DOH'T
name .ym. of horse working Is no Vice President, some other
MLMgD IN FLORIDA 20. A I'. One who 36. Phyllis Rollins Ada Start
legume Prllcr1b1td to. Close to competent official designated PAMT"
AT KiY W ITIrLLLJMgtMM 23.City India In 20.hypnotizes A hon.y. route ocean 41.U. A Dry sport by The It Congress In whatever Sally Donna Ifoenshel Mahaffey, Rosalind, Jerl Potts Hen-, r 1 GET Hi YOUR
system seta
21, proJecttn) maker 37. FIber of 4" Part drlckson and Kathy Keith.
roof .d,.. 21. AUditory Amerlran of The Congress has never setup Miss Roes extended rising l
29. A ray of oran alot "to be" a takeover system because vote of thank to Mrs. C. H.
I I ewx1f1ti a wagon it could never agree on how to Mason, Cypress Troop organize
wh.el l I.. i ) I r 'I 10 do It. I recognize of course er, who had planned and coordinated
muUMOA So. Bullda I that the problem I. intricate and the Progression
12.Organ: of II : ;III l thai unless carefully solved Ceremony.
smell might entail some risk of Improper
12.Ancient m IS 0 14 scliure! of control of the Judy Garland
capital: Jap Government. But I submit that
2r.Lofty'mountain The Congress devises hardly To Leave Sick

... //i'l/: : : "/ t II 19 : can be ss dangerous to the
u.Plundering A dried country'* wclfsr ss no plan ataU. Bed Shortly Mildew Ii coitly It may even test you more, then |lust a nw paint jebl
maps 0 .1 i Z ... 'Through use .f' an icluilv process known *i L* 15. Notion HOMO KONG (UPO--Judy) o harder and faster than other painti reducing the piibllity! If( mildew .
16.:Puts into Il' ZI 0: Quotes From Garland who Is suffering from iporei '.dtl"1'n' the film. On hornet, Davis LKhiM Prx*.l rtltttn1 mildew

SCOTT to. "kttty" I I t, pleurisy, laity" was reported days .,. Ytu'll find no disappointing! 4ii<.l.rat!,n or graying
"feeling fin
The and due to leave
poker News
HIT NO. 2oJ N.1oham. the hospital/ within due t. mildew .r) a building painted with Davis L.f' af ,roc....
t few days.
J )
ef m.dansm f/; V I r By t'.lt4 frets ItlerasUeasI The singer telrets was

n. Tandy IU 5, Il 151 Ii' 40 44 HONOLULU -US. Ambss- visited this morning by her persons .11/1 t""ll.I.j"
shore odor to South Viet Nam Henry physician, Dr. "'III'C.I.
... Cubic DOWN meter 1'42 4) IH Cabot Lodge assessing the gust who arrived Sunday from Los t.s v-g ,_ II IM4 tree . .....Ina rselaleq. sad 1s4.g dueWwMduJ.e.5. ..
1. Point of rite war there prior to a high- Angeles, and by Dr. llarryCoJ. -
sflahhook I'fi f '" I level policy meeting with US.tnllitsry let who has been tttending her k
2. am.US. ., and clvilto csders: sine abe was stricken suddenly :::::::= SALE
: To be 1+' I "W'v got esrds on our side I last Thursday, ....
.r dejectedGoing 6-. a M of strong sub-surfic Miss Garland had I brush a"n every .... n ..t.a
actors working In o u r dices with death. She went Into t FhJl.1taLRlS1L.z1.I 9855Ww
tlon." com and for t few hours last
Thursday she was consider Id h., -4 Mr _
To College? WASHINGTON Rep ...1- critical condition. .4Itfp ,sn. w wOtee. t. w 5
HAVEN DALE : via Laird, RWIs,, saying the M
"Mis Garland did tot,t* kris ... ,..II, amid. asses.
DRIYI-IN VM yevrtelf star Baily f. iie.s*.<- Johnson administration Is preparing I know, hare a !heart attack, ...-. ,- aea'st...e I.' Gallon
THEATRET IF re* .... rtociAMS rot plans to move the South and I do not hue my knowledge fitUt MM -. > mill. LAM
ACHIgVSMgMT IN I8ADIM. *. rk* Vietnamese guerrilla w t r Into of her hiving takes sleeping .u...
tins ,**.. NhHI ::: s..p..l.uiw ,edt.g .. I North Viet Nsn: pills/ ," Slegel said
I .ee ud. 1.uhSsq to w4Reading : "T idmlnlstrstlon'i position Her Illness, h* a*14 could be No
I I. help Cl.*l l"HtlCUUS eke ....... et tin i la to move north cased w* are described as "1M aftermath of t

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Winter Haven Daily NewsChiefW Today's SENOft, IT'S KIN DRYING UP EVER StN He (BEVOlUTrQN Washington Window 1 1By

E. RYNIMON. *..,. "........, 1 I. -
JOHN w. RyNWtON. Aixatant .. the Hiaher i
LYLE C. WILSON least one effort to obtain HOtI\

'.w...." deity te.eept Saturday' by the w..... Have* CommentaryBy lMtd/ Frees latornattenal ers participation to draw on
PDIII....., Co. ,..... lit Ird ,........ N.W. Winter Have, .Merid. ,4 Published today by Henry his World War I experience lit.
Beggary Co., U Volume IV of reports that the Roosevelt ad
Herbert Hoovers "An American mlniat ration was adamant t

JACK KAHAN AtteeUte Wrter; UPI Foreign News Aaalyet 6pic." to which he find against thisThroughout.
Motel from the foreign news rIR:: ReeJTmcfgp x -9 wantini Franklin D. ROOM the war Hoour

PETER_J. SUIUVAN' Advertieing Mu..., cables: Yi"lilADR ..,', vw.. \elt's handling of wartime I reminds Prime Minister Winston
NATIONAL ADVERTISING RtPWMNTATIVf After Nehru: M V \ ) food problem at home and Churchill opposed and

Sh.nn.n I Aio letet, In*. Cftle.,., III. Official In London fear that w tC abroad checked private U.S.) efforts to
the death of Indian Prime Mm Hoover reports that FDR's get food to starving Western
Entered in Winter. Heven. Florida' ynder act ol Merck. I. U7t mean a renewal of the deadly U was a combination of futility the Nazis FDR supported

communal! warfare between the CLr disregard of civilian' starvation Churchill policy in this respect
:a.MEMIER AUDIT IUREAU Hindu majority and Modem r and In our domestic food administration when the United Slates

OF CIRCULATIONS minority{ With Nehru'i restraining eII_. entered the war.
.. hand gone acme of Futility was Hoover's jud,e. "I was familiar with Church
finials believe !Hindu extremist ment of the United Nations Re. ill's public life from its begin

MEMBER elements are ant to move. The : lief and Rehabilitation Adminls slings" Hoover wrote "He wa

Active Member UNITED PRESS INTERNATIONAL Kashmir Issue between Moslem I i ir tration (UNRRA) UNRRA was a militarist of the extreme
NATIONAL EDITORIAL Th. United p... It entitled .. the ute Pakistan and India 'Is now far W born In 1M3 of a conference school who held that the inci

ASSOCIATION for republlcetien oil I.c.I..w. print'{ from settlement This dlspule summoned by FDR to meet at dental starving of women and
.4 In thlt newtpepor .1 veil at all UPI! and other tension between the Of UNRRA
'It 44 Newt Oigdch.s.ADVERTISING the White House children was justified if it con
two countries and religions setoff Hoover wrote: tributed to the earlier endingof

DEADLINE rioting last winter that "The conference was very the war by victory."
CLASSIFIED DEPARTMENT, killed hundreds. Without the firm that there should be "freedom Harry S Truman called for
By the Word: I P.M. Provleul Doy ly tit* 'Inch. I P.M. Prevleut Day.Legal moderating Influence of Nehru, from want' That phrase Hoover's advice and help at

Noticoit I P.M. Prevloul Day Sunday Edition Deadline! Friday. however events to come may (freedom from wend) recurred home and abroad on May 28.

DISPLAY Sunday DEPARTMENT Edon-I P.M.) Thundoyi; Mendey E"itl.1 P.M. Friday! make this fighting seem minor. seven times in the 2,500.word 1945 HST soon asked for a report .

TII.' .Y Ed, ion-Neon Saturday' ) Wednesday' Thurtdey. and Friday India has about 300 million C+v M ) conference report. The specterof on home front food Hoover .
Editiow P.M. Two Days In Advance Hindus and 50 million MoslemsIn r f postwar famine and the responded that previous ex
a population of 462 million 3Y need for purposeful orgamza. pcrience had been discarded or
Member" Southern Nowtpepor Publithort Attocletlon In Pakistan, 88 per cent of the t .. lion to combat it, however ignored that the economic
Member Florid Press A ecltien .
14 million citizens are Moslem were scarcely mentioned in the principles adopted were fatal
SUBSCRIPTION RATES and about 6 per cent Hindu )i report Mr. Roosevelt in a In support he cited the black

ly Carrier or Mail Khrushchev's Line: speech to departing delegates market In meat and fats except .
Year, (1129: (nontht, "10, 1 maths, $411); I month, | lllt, The Soviet premier's visit to said in Washington : milk In every U.S. city.
weekly II tint Single Cepiou. Dally, I centti Sunday, 10 centt.
Scandinavia this month ii ex, 'The conference: has sue FDR had frozen prices which

TELEPHONE CY,... 3.211 pected to show a softer tide of needed even beyond our hopes Hoover compared with freezing
Soviet policy Instead of preaching The better use of natural and water in a city'a maim Price,

revolution and antl.imperial. human resource must be as he said is the great factor in

A Thought For Today Ism at he did In Cairo Khrushchev lured to Improve the living distribution and production.Letters .
probably wilt adapt his standard . You have demon.

statements to his audience and R strated beyond question that

"Blessed be the God and Father of our Lord stress peaceful coexistence with free people"all over the world To
the West can agree'
Jesus Christ (the Messiah) who lath blessed us with Khrushhhev's Buildup: Hoover was not impressed by s

all (every) spiritual Holy Spirit) given blessing in East German Communist this oratory and relates that:

the heavenly realm in Christ. Eph. 1:3 .,l nt* JtptJqtJl!; MJHM wpta "I prepared a derisive aumma-for the The EditorDear
lion of the
turn from Moscow with new The Television In ReviewBy
As all our services ascend to God through Christ support from Khrushchev Communist Lighter press but concluded that such

so all our blessings are conveyed to us through Christ; affairs experts in Berlin :t statement would not bring Editor:

he being the mediator between God and us. lay Ulbricht'i hard line la not RICK DU BROW There was talk of the JohnF food to the hungry people, and I wish to protest all of the
It would be at windmills
SideBy tilting publicity being given to the
in favor with the more liberal United Press International Kennedy Memorial Libraryon "
L. Carnett
-Dr. members of the Soviet bloc, but HOLLYWOOD (UPI) Jacqueline the Charles River site in anyway orbit'a-dog project The use of
the expert view Is that Khrushchev DICK WEST: Kennedy participated Boston and of the attracting of He said it should be interestIng the word "orbit" ia ridiculous If"orhltina"
in the of
light changing political
Ii deliberately building prominently Friday afternoon young people to politics )i a anything is simple
United Preen International
conditions to recall that
his East German ally The in transatlantic television noble Mrs Kennedy enough for amateurs to do on a
up a profession
News Chief EditorialsA WASHINGTON (UPI) It the first and major recipientsof
pittance why would the United
reason la Ulbricht'i willineneia used to be that if a performerwere tribute to her late husband on spoke of her husband "deep UNRA aid were China and States billions
to cooperate In trade and Industrial chased off the stage it his 47th birthday The live half desire to Inspire people" and of such Communist dominated spend on our
agreements at a time his hour broadcast on CBS.TV rep the goals "which he never had space projects?
meat act was a flop. areas as Poland Yugoslavia,
when Romania, Poland and resented one of the peak moments the chance to complete"
Of Pace take
forced The
Change . Some were to Italy Greece, Czechoslovakiaand name of the young man
other satellites are Increasingtheir avoid of television experience Throughout the entire telecast, R in this Is
cover to being pelted u a a i a Meanwhile heading group not among
We thought it interesting to see what some other business contacts with the The most Immediate thought she remained composed, almost
with over ripe vegetablea Western Europe food conditionswere the graduating i e n I lor I. He
editors write about so here are some clippings hope West. Others were yanked Into the that comes to mind is the hope motionless setting a tone of severe passed his 21st birthday In

enjoy them France and Spain: wings by the stage manager that the enterprising CBS people Impeccable dignity occasional. Foreigners participating In February of this year,
you French Foreign Minister Maurice who kept a grappling hojk who put the program together ly seeming to reflect quiet Washington food talks made at A PARENT

Three Kinds . Couve de Murvllle'a visitto handy for that purpose. will soon offer a repeat pride as well as sadness
Madrid and talks with Gen situation showing in an evening hour There were shots of' the library .
Like else this
everything ,
There are three kinds of people : Those who make Franco are viewed In Spain asa has changed when most persons can see it; site. And after a while

things happen those who watch things happen and prestige boost for the Franco Aa I apparently understand It, being I for in its tastefulnsss, impact the talk got around to the famous ON YOUR TELEVISION DIAL ]

those who have no idea what happened. The Wall regime once ostracized by the chased from the stage nowadays and substance, and in the bare Ich bin Pin Berliner"
Wed for Its wartime Axis link). is the sign of a amass:! simplicity of the proceeding, speech the President made last
Street Journal I n, The trip is part of President hit there was an almost classic year In VeVnBMln'. "Was WDIOTVCkenael WFLATVCKoneol WFTV.TV WTYT.TY

A 67 Cent Dollarrt. . ,:. . .. Charles de Gaulle's campaign This new manifestation tif quality ThtotI "public Jtffitrt| you? husbanl a food linguist?" : t : 1 Cheimel:. t Ch.: ...., n
' to win' Spain and Portugal to how producers who five in the worldof Collingwood ahedl' "No he CIS NIC alCOrlando CIS t
business success was explained .
The cost of living went up during the pail t year his tide It Includes support for to me by a young Englishman window dressing would do wasn't," replied Mrs Kennedy, Drt. Tampa TOXM

by 1.4 cent but the U.S. Department of Labor Spanish membership In NATO named Dave Clark, well to take note. who then spoke admiringly of
per and the Common Market But The theme of the broadcast how he rose to the Berlin occa Monday NIGHT June 1
the who is currently touring In this
in announcing the increase said there was "not Market sources expect Holland country as the leader of a was Mn Kennedy statement lion. Film clips of the speech

slightest indication" of serious inflation.It and Belgium to block any SpanIsh group called the Dave Clark that her husband "believed that followed, and their effect was OD-N.WI News, Sports, News W.afk.r- --PIIII.--News

is disturbing in the absence of a strong federal bid for membership. On the Five. one man can make a differenceand Immense. Brandt then came II-h..a, W'1Mr Weather Edito.i.I, SpIn Sports, W'fksr
hand that should on and said Kennedy made IO-CIS News NBC N..I ABC
one they are unfriendly to every man News CBS News
If have neither
program to halt inflation to see the complacencywith the Franco government and on you peen nor try Mrs. Kennedy and her Berliner feel as through they 'U-CBS News NBC News News, Weather CBS News
heard the Dave Clark Five, It
which a federal department views an annual In. the other they want to get back would b, useless for me to try brother.In.law. Robert Kennedy were, part of a larger entity, a) -7:00-01.t- --Mo"-", ..' Have-G"-. Movie-

flation of 14 per cent. A wage earner now SO years at De Gaulle for vetoing British to describe them. participated In the telecast well as having a great effect 7:1I-Di.t ./ Far Will Travel "Joh..y
membership fast from Hyannisport. Mass With on the youth 7Jo-Te Till Trash
year : Monday' Outer Limill Belinda"7:45T.
Suffice it that if
old subjected to such an increase in cost of living Malaysian Word say they them was reporter Charles Col In Dublin \Lemasa spoke of : Tell Troth She Morin Outer Umns Lew Ayres
are not following in the foot _ _
each year may expect by retirement at 65 to be pay One word keeps Malaysia andIndonesia lingwood The youngest of the the unifying effect Kennedyhad
steps of the Beatles, then the 1:00-1': A Surd "Singing I. Oaf, Limits J... Wymea
ing 49 per cent nearly one-half more to live. from getting together Beatles are following in the Kennedy brothers, Edward. on the people of Ireland I:II-I'.. A Secref the Rain" Outer Li"lts A. Moershad.
in a summit conference to solve whose similarities to the slain Mrs. Kennedy told of the PresIdent IJo-Lucy Show G..
has citizen faced with footstep of the Dave Clark I : K.lly Wagon Train M..;.
toward '
What incentive saving a
their undeclared guerrilla war. Chief Executive In look and s understanding of the IU-L..ey: Show D. O'Connor: Wagon Train Movie1.00Dany
the thought that the dollar he saves will be worth 67 Indonesia Is agreeable to an I had a brief chat with Clark voice were almost chilling i I l I Irish character And the attorney __ _
cents when he retires? Augusta (Ga.) Chronicleand "initial withdrawal" of Its guer. before the five's concert here took part from Dublin with general related his broth.fr' lI-D..ny Thomas Monday D.b. Reynolds Mevie Wagon Wgon Train Train Danny Danny Thomas Thomas
rilaa from Irish Prime Minister Sean Lea strong feelings i about
Malaysian territory Jo-A.dy Griffith Holly..d I
Herald and being unable to think of : Wagon Train Andy Giffith
before the talks begin Ma. anything else to ask him i inquired mass equality to the old prejudice :45-A."y: Giffilh The Stars Wgoe Train Andy Griffith
Enchanted The Sound laysla wants the "I Initial'I I In West Berlin, Mayor Willy against fie Irish In Boston As --
By ? dropped from the public announcement a) to how the tour had Brandt contributed remarks Macmillan was brought Into IOOO-Krsbusn: ;; liiiy-Graham Billy Graham; ; htS'W-; '

The Rev. Arthur Graham, minister of the Oak so that a total and been Marvelou going. ," Clark said and In London former Prime the program Mrs Kennedysaid 10 10:10-::15- Can C.nl'.i.1,., lilly Crasade Graham lilly C.d.Graham h.Wed Si.It'fide

Ridge Unitarian Church, was talking Sunday about unqualified pullback will be indicated "Just marvelous We haven't Minister Harold Macmillan was that her husband had val. 10,45Draq, Crusade Crasod. Wed Side
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a guest ued his friendship Macmillatk _ _
finished show
communication.We a yet The program, which utilized replied that the friendship was OD-N..I News, 50. WI Newsline News 511.",
are, he said a bunch of poor listeners. Too How's that 1IIIn""llIld the Tel tar II satellite began never clouded, and that he WIS"touched" I IIII-sott.. W'sh.r Tonih' Shew E'foriel W'lher W'fh r, E.I.I I

many of us listen only to ourselves speaking. And then AlmanacBy show yet we We've haven't had finished to stop a It with. strictly audio remark by the telecast at being invited to II 11:10-Tkn.tr.::41- the Sears.f To.ih'tenighf Show Sham Late Late Show Show Ro.dnq Rearing 20'1 20'
) Kennedy relating to the
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while others are talking "we listen to what we're going every night
theme of the half hour. Then
to say next. The Oak Ridge (Tenn.) Oak said"Nothing"The audience was wrong liked, Clark us so there were shots of the Cape CHICAGO (VPI>-The average Tuesday MORNING June 2

Ridger Inlted Frets Internitlc'nal Cod shore then of the Kennedy sale per customer In a supermarket --. ---
much we had to the
Today is Monday. June 1, the atop family home at Hyannisport Is $5. reports SuperMarket 7:00-W..u: Today Skew Good Day
Impossible Task . 113rd day of 14 with 213 to show and then of the room where Institute The larger 7,11- M.vi.s Today Shew News Good Day
follow. I was aware the English boy. Mrs totals for tarts laden 7Jo-W..U, today Shaw M'cku Eras Geed Day
and with
Stanford psychoanalyst baa caused with trick haircuts tend to lend Kennedy the attorney \ a 7:41-: M..in Today Skew Micki. Evans Gad Day
A University weeks _
The moon Is' approaching its general lit aide by side on a shopping are offset by -- --
neurotic reaction in an electronic computer by feeding Uit quarter young American girls Into* couch, with CoHingwood 'In a purchases of only a few Items IOo-c.I.I": Today. Skew Mic.i. Evans Captain

it data based on beliefs of a woman patient. After The morning star Ii Saturn trended assumed screaming fits to chair to their ten for one meal 1:13K.egsre. Today Sham Mic.i. Evans K.......
was referring to IJo-c.t.i.
The evening star 'la \'tnusOn : T.d.y Skew C."o.n.ifl. C.I.i"
digesting the data, reported the researcher the com this day In history: that :4'-: Kangaes. Today Skew C.n.IU. Kaga
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that reflected "a high level of anxiety" Madison advised Congress that much "noise you couldnt continue DIAL Program ,1410MONDIY 5:15-Romp.I Ru" "DII'ty :."....111. "Carla Ci'y"
a second war with Great Britain I said 5:30-aemper. h.., Ennin" :arteenrllle R'.Ih Seats
We wouldn't say this proves that the machineis waa irevitable "Oh, no," lark replied. "I'm t aJ V.IIM'I For UwtyAneroeoa & 5:45-R.mp.r h., J.". Bait, C.rt.onvlIls. Ry..". Massey
neurotic. What it proves is that man can invent In 1881 official of the U.S. not talking about the noise I., Mutaai H... -00CIS- --News-- -- -- - -- --
4 uu Mutual New. Ranald Squire CarteonvIHe Movie.
They rushed the .
machines to replace other men but he can't invent one Military Academy at West stage oa Home a Hlab.., t 6 0004 Monty. 10:IS-CIS Nawt Taday' M.de CerteenvllleWord Morning Movie
Point announced that cadets "Rushed the stage You'repulling a I' Mutual H... 1u Your norl4a Olrdle 1030-1
I : Le.e Lucy lei W.rd. Price It i Love
that copes with women, Savannah (GaO) News would no longer be allowed to my leg!" : : Warn. a C Jas'Hub.ay a a.a M Lea.o.od R./loa Meusla1; : T.uet 1O:4SI L... Lacy Wd ler Word. Price It Right Right I Love Lucy Lucy

use tobacco "Not a bit. They got out of 1 UU Mutual News' 1 III Mutual Newa' ; M C-1 - --
Good Question . their aeats and rushed down the II I:00-Th. < ; C.ncenhahs' Gee The Th1lII'h. McCsysI
In 1M4. the siesta abolished a '-
was : 'oy :: 1 Y JselOr.e:n fl.id Bhof .
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They to
friend who has been employedsome in Mexico were trying get ,
A philosophical 1 :to Mutual Ngn ill 1IIuaI H.... 3:30-Pete a Gladys J.y Miuin5 links P.t. I Gladys
In 19M. Charles de Gaulle at u>. s.. 81na any B III D6C1I II71'tcIa IIhowE. .
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unemployed, told us the other day not to be surprised rush the stage" I asked World apart. News Roundup :n, Dies Manual Cynub New.abowto. AFTERNOON

if in the not-too-distant future social security pay A thought for the day-German "We run," Clark said" 'It's I SIS toe tr:31,kna. eu.a R.petrl :W: : Yrar=.Show UOo-l. .f Life Yes, FirI' Fath.r N'.I, Wafk.r

ments will begin at age 45. Employers will complainto Socialist Karl Marx said the easiest way out. III Mutual Newa' It till nseb: S.ncb maw UII-l.. .f Life I", .,...... K..wl Base Farm, St. 0.1 ht.
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Is Sin a all ebwM 12:41-Gsidiq: U.ht C..C.I Em.; hid, Gwdinq; li1MI:00Girl
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took hiring practices apart polite suggest ..,.,... An._ .
friend today's M Mwa the Man I:I I-Witl Talk W.. .... 1,101. Love .f Lif.
that there may have been a 501 Mutual Newa rams Ova,, New.
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Memories 1 311 Mutual News 411 rube Leww 3 a World T.rtll
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firms actually prohibit employment of workers put Miss Marguerite Hurt left to NEW YORK Ie10 "1IIua1 If... I.. DetttiIIadIII 1:45-H. F.rh The Dac.. On I. Ce... Hsaw Party
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the doors except one, he pointed out. Govern- Tb possibility of forming I Churches has been Issued by : :: One/: Massy: C : =. Mws:,.., J:4I-E..f. Ntgktre. Oo. t Say- 0..." lor Day E.4e. ol N.f ht

ment in most cues hires through the age of 55. Is it Southeastern Export Councilto the World Council Mew's Rowe : Mmlls.a arc Mebwap 7:00-Secret ShornMUt.1 i. C.ne "T..a.-...., Secret Store
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any wonder he wanted to know, that under such pressure Coast Fruit Export Council Executive Committee recently I 4U 0-4 Moraine. s was. a Jbh'T J8-W.de. Welt U..... Brace Jre,Im...., Sa
Matuni News 411 ... a Hwawap7Is porno*
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YEARS AGO a :It- Weodpo-kei Maw 0." Mave,.
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prize wit a rug she went out sod bad it dyed. ,.needed additional faculties. ana.

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"Minute Faircloth Asks i: Negroes Go To Court Citrus Pest

Dismissal Of :Iii: T

In Planned Kynes SuitTALLAHASSEE ; ; On St. Augustine Ban Fight Takes,

(UP )-Earl
Fairelotn of Miami asked Leon ids

JFK DeathNEW County Circuit Court today to Lr- JArKSONVIl.l.F < UPI ) Ntgro ally of Florida students at the Forward Step
dismiss a suit I challenging his leaders were schedule! togo door of the First Methodist

election aa slate attorney gen to federal court here t day, ChurchA
YORK (UPI-A MInute xw 4 and ask that a St Augustine 21 year.old Negro Char)** GAINLSVILLL (UPIHo t t.t, )
eral.Falrclotfc fight against citrus pats t tu'g
( documentry motion i Mid he won the civil rights demonstration ban Thomas Steward alto said SIM-
a big step forward today.
icture on the stttMinatkm of office by 9M votes over Atty. be erasedSt day he had been beaten by a Three citrus root stock ha
resident Kennedy and the Gen. James Kynes and be denied Augustine officials imposed gang of white men as he nd been developed that are immune
ire* day which followed will Kyne allegations of Irregularities. the ban Thursday following a hla wile got off a bus at St. to MM burrowing ntmatode-a

i produced by David L. Woi He Mid If there were aeries of clashes I between Augustine Saturday nigh., Steward minute worm which. attacks th.)
er in association with United any they would not change the white and Negroes that left' said he was enrout to a roots and causeswhattstcrnuJ

''rein International for world. outcome of the race. two persona in the hospital nearby farming community for spreading citrus decline

Ida television and movie retie His motion was filed along lelfl.rt OOIC'fll"s of Martin Luther a job Police said there. Is no The development of the three
this autumn, It was anmunced with a reply brief to the suit King' Southern Christian leadership record of the IncidentBeper stocks was announced jointly)

unday. In which Kyne Is asking that Conference (SCLO said -- today by the Florida agrlculiu-
Wolper said the document. the court declare him the winner they would go before Federal I ral experiment station and the

ry "Four Days In November," of the May S primary,based Judge Bryan Simpson today' and Seats U.S. DepartmentoAgriculiure.

ill include film on the auaa- on alleged irregularities In Ala- ask that the ban be struck The three stocks will be

nation and related events chua and Levy countlea: 1.M1 down. named Eatea, Ridge Pineappleand

ever before shown publicly The ban was responsible for Mllam, according to Or
epresentativei of Wolper Pro- the cancellation of s march that Officers For J. R. Beekenbaeh, director of

uctions and UPI have ob. U. S. Steel 1 had been scheduled through the experiment station.
:arced film on the events In St Augustine Sunday night, the The development ends a ID.year -
alias and Washington from 1C Negroes said Instead about 200 search for a weapon
'very available professional subdued Negroes gathered In a Wr65 5 YearInstallation against the nematode.

nd amateur source for inclu- Home Draws church and heard a short civil Beckenbsch: said the new
ion of producer-director M e I Iiturt right talk by How Williams, of officers of the stocks not only will grow well
who has In'trvicwed an official of the SCLC parish for the conference year In Infested soil, but will cane

ye.witness, traced the route King who has sent a requestto 196465 and recognition of students the nematode population to die

1 accused assassin Lee Harey Crowd President Johnson for V S. In the Winter Haven High out.Supplies

\ Oswald and viewed thou. Large . . marshals to patrol St School graduating class marked are limited, he "said' ,
.. .r. 1 .. 1 -.. .. .____ ,L--' -... s -- Augustine
and distribution b
held at
sand of feet of film in assent- Is due to return to that the morning worship sere may *
ling material for the documental Hundreds of Havenites visited POLICE CAPTURE IGUANA .- When Walter V. Dobruck of Route (Lvnchburc Road) city Tuesday or Wednesday, according Ice In Beymer Memorial Methodist first to one plant of each variety .

). the U S. Steel Corpora saw this iguana In his yard Yesterday, he summoned help, and eventually It took four policemento to the SCI.C officers. Church, Sunday to a grower.

"The program will detail in tion'a model home at the make the capture. Patrolman Gerald Field right, climbed tree to flush the bus I out Despite the ban, a few scattered The Rev Leo F King, pa- But Beckentach. added the
depth a minute.by.minute account corner of Ave. G and 15th St. of the branches where If fled and was dubbed "Tartan" by his companion officers helping groups of Negroes continued bur spoke on the subject "I stock roots can be used to produce

of the people involved NE during the past week the capture, who w.re. from left: Robert Felgle, Don Jackson and Mayford Wallace.- w the civil rights. drive In Will Walk with God," and Installed more seed and the grower
and eventa leading up to and Curious about the all new St Augustine Sunday members of the official also may take bud wood from

through. those four tragic I steel construction, visitors GOP Caucus Watch Several groups of Negroeswere board, the general church of. the stock to plant more trees,

days, Wolper said The film U were surprised to find no steelin Area DeathCONRAD 'Cane turned away at all but one ricers and chairmen and members

expected to be completed in evidence. "It's all hidden Called By church when they attempted to of the various commissions

August for theater distributionby behind the walls la the framing II. REIMIARD Integrate services, And three and committee Joan

the first week in Septem ," acid Walter Coleman Rep. Holley Conrad Herman Reinhard, Negroes and two whites were The 21 seniors W'M: are members KennedyIn

ber. president of Florida Develop. 73, of Avery's Trailer Park, Begins TodayMIAMI arrested as they attempted a of Memorial Church attended .

In addition Wolper said he ment Corp., U. S. Steel's TALLAHASSEE (UPI) State died at his residence Satur. motel restaurant .It. In. A the service In cap and

has arranged with UPI Newt- franchised dealer in Polk Rep. Charles Holley, House day, (UPO--The hurricane spokesman for the Negroes laid gown and were Introduced by Hospital
film to be the major source of County minority leader and GOP nominee He was a native of Brown- hunters started their 1964 watch groups of integratlontsts were King, who paid tribute to their

coverage and footage on the Everette Whitehead promInent for governor, said today he hel Ohio, and moved to Win today but the season Mil not turned away from all but the faithful service In the congregation
1964 presidential campaign and ( Winter Haven builder has called a caucus of Republican ter Haven from Lorraine open officially until Tune IS. Church of God In Christ The the church school and WASHINGTON (UPIDCI'\ .

election for another minute and head of the Construction legislative candidates fur Ohio 14 years ago He was a rise Navy hurricane hunters official, Lavert Taylor said no the Methodist Youth Fellowship. biro reported the wife of Sen.

documentary, "The Making of Division of the corporation June 8-T at Winter Park. retired stationary engineerfor will begin their dawn flights arrests were reported from the During the servlct, the chapel Edward M. Kennedy, D-Maic
the Preiident-1964." The Wol said "I've been building in The candidates will discussthe the Baltimore and Ohio from Roosevelt Roads In Puerto Integration attempt on the choir sang an anthem "Re Thou was In good condition today undergoing

per production of "The Makingof Winter Haven for over 10 serious problems Florida Railroad, and a veteran of Rico. churches My Vision" and he( chancel treatment for a possible

the President-1960", written years and I've never seen an facet in such matters as the World War I. He attended Previously, the U. S. Weather Two Negro women were led choir sang "Give Me a Perfect "complication of pregnancy

by Theodore II. White last open house like this one. There increasing tax burden, high Trinity Methodist Church of Bureau the Navy and. the Air In prayer by Iwo white Unlver- Heart" as the offertory anthem ."
Monday won the Emmy as the Force all had different data for The 27.year-old Joan Kennedy
were over a thousand people cost, poor quality l i and lack Winter Haven - ----- with Edwin Coleman as
1963 television program of the who visited the house on the of Intelligent planning in road He Is survived by his widow the start of the tropical storm soloist M. L Chlsholm, mlntrier was admitted ti Georgetown

year, White also will write the first Sunday we were open. building, quality higher education Mrs Margaret McKinley Rein- season Costello Will of music, directed both University Hospital Sunday Ins
"We together at the annual -
story for the 1964 sequel. You know when U S. Steel. and other Issues. hard of Winter Haven; one hurricane got conference here (Continued From Page One) choirs and Mrs William Selfert move which her diet Ir said

DuPont and Ceneral Electricget The purpose, he said la to brother and one aiater. last and decided to was organist. Miss Patty Hum was designed to prevent a miscarriage -
February counselors from Luxembourg.They .
together they're going to forge a mutually acceptableplatform Funeral services will beheld phrey played three selection The doctor WilliamJ
atari flights June I, said Gordon
will spend two full .
daysin Cusack: said
Shastri SeenIndia's come up with what people for all Republican candidates tomorrow afternoon from Dunn chief of the nation's Paris, then will start European as the organ prelude. complication
want and Judging from the to use in campaigningand the Ott-Laughlm Funeral homeat hurricane center here. a The Rev George T fostello, was nat connected with tM
tour will take
what in of bills to with burial to licensed of the ) ailment which caused t
comments, that's Just preparation :3 o'clock An avenge of 10 tropical them through Franc a preacher congregation
Belgium .
they did"At be introduced during the next follow In Lakeside Memorial storms a year are spawned In occupied the pulpitat miscarriage fir Mrs Kennedy
LeaderNEW the drawing held at the session of the Legislature.Swimmers Park the eight million square milesof Holland, Germany, Austria, the night service, at Riv Kennedy. the late President
Italy I and Switzerland John
close of the first week of showIng Friends may call at the tropical water patrolled by traveling King participated In the baccalaureate F Kennedy youngest
In four Volkswagon buses, brother canceled
the grand prize of a General Ott-Laughlin Chapel tonight the hurricane hunters. Sli of service at Nora a leaking
DELHI (UPI) Lsl Electric television set Take from S to 9.New. these gulf Caribbean and Atlantic The Itinerary Includes a boat. Mayo Hal Costello spoke on engagement In New England to
Bahadur Shastri a champion of trip on the River Rhine, mountain return to Washington
was won by Mrs. Gary Fisherof storms usually grow to "Humility and the Full Lift. .
compromise, was virtually certain Lake Alfred. Other priiea Midnight Dip hurricane intensity.Westwood. adventures In the Swim In which he declared that humility ------

todiy of .ucc.e4'; the won by Havenites were an York Alps will) an aicent on the Is always the mark of the, Rev.
In Two PoolsTwo Jungfrau, tour of the Spivey
a ruinsof
af India's
late Jawaffarlar! Nehru oven by Mrs. N. W. Corn Has true Christian and cited numerous .
leader In time of trial. General Electric carving knife, midnight swimmers, ancient Rome, travel by eiamples of this all em- Joins FSUTALLAHASSEE
The formal selection of a new Mrs L L. Marshall and a fully clothed went for a dip (Continued From Page One) gondola In Venice, visits to centers br Sing\ virtue as opposed to arrogance .

prime minister will take place General Electric automatic In the pool at the Thunder- Stock ReportNEW Lean Jackson, John Keramldas., of art music and cultureIn the mark of the self- (UPI) The
Vienna and
Tuesday In a vote by the 53Tparliamentary coffee maker Mrs W. L. bird Motel shortly after 12 30 Melissa McDowell Linda Nelsun righteous and the alnner former assistant professor of religion
Newhall Ronald Riviera, swimming In
deputies of the Longston. and 20 minutes Cynthia Paul Daniel CMsholm, Chir
a m yesterday, at Williams College, WUllamstown. -
ruling Congress party Party Floridian model will be YORK (UPI! ) MMdsy! Owen Steve Robinson Douglas the Mediterranean Set. visits to des Dexter and Richard Wol-
The later dived In the pool st Mane will serve at
leader decided Sunday to recommend open for Inspection by appointment Grovemont Nursing Home, the stock prices Rollins, Andy Session Cheryl (he of Eiffel Pisa Tower the Swill Leaning National Tower ford formed a quartet that tang'In head of the newly created Plo

Shastri. by calling 284-1301. Winter Haven Police Depart.ment Alabama Caa 3&* Schoonover. Heavenly Love Abiding" rids State University depart
squabblewas Can Co 44 Arnold Spanjera Ralph Exposition the Girl Scouts,
A potential party American and Chlsholm sang the offertory
men of religion, school officials
52 Stroute Terry Troupe Mark 'Our Chalet" In Adelboden. and
averted when the other motel la located on American Hardware lOin
13", Vilcek. Helen' Jo Vineyard, numerous bus tours ikl lifts, said Sunday.
MoraJi Mown
leading Rainfall American will attend
May Sixth St., SE near Cypress The pastor the annual The Rev Robert Atwood Spl-
Mor visits with
Walker, Pat Wells. famous Europe.nrraft.m.n
20Am.rlcan Gary
announced he wa Sugar
Desal stepping Gardens Rd and the nursing American Florida Conference In ,
vey, 33, will Join the FSU facully
131-. rls White Ralph I Williams, and other points ofInt..r..t.
aside thus clearing the home Is on Ave. 0, NE near TILT Sandra Lakeland June 3T, with Sam July 1. He will also serve
way for the soft-spoken, scholarly Second St. American Tobacco I2H Steven Wilson and Wing Long. as lay delegate and H. I.
five Below 4 2H In other eighth grade awards, The campers will be uniformly as university chaplain
Shastri who I I. barely AverageThe When police arrived at the anaconda Cupper Daniel at alternate
the D A, R. History Medal I equipped with Camp
feet tall swimming pools, the pair Atlantic Coait Line 72 Way The Holy Communion will be
"I will abide by decision Babcock L Wlloox 27* was presented to John Duboseby rarer blazer ,Jacketi and Inilg
any Identified as boys driving a celebrated the "SO p m. servIce Citrus SeasonContinued
day ofMly.ccounled 43H Mrs, A T. Race Jr nil, uniform luggage, and will
the president Bendix
tendered Congress Corp.
by 1958 Ford had fled The Investlgatlon June T.
for all but .11 Inches of precipitation Award went
In respect of who will be Is continuing Bethlehem Steel it The Science Fair camp In French tents using ( From Page One)
durtnth. the
month to Carole Wilson, and RickeyPitta other European
Hi camping equipment
leader of the Congress Borden Food
Winter Haven Fire Department 4m and Roynell Reese were Many nights will be spent Wife Throws but for all practical purposesthe
in parliament, Desal Burlington Industries
party keeper of the official records, ath IMI harvest. ending
the .
Brisk named as In European youths hostels
laid after a three-hour meeting Bidding Chesapeake and Ohio TTWChrysler "pensions
reported today. 47. letes. and Inns and from limeto Away $2,200LOS Spot prices for delivered In
of the party' working commit. Corp *
On that It rained 2.97
tee. day (Continued From Page One) sties Service Oil Ce. III* The spelling contest awards time they will vary their oranges are mostly go tents per
Inches, and since then only went to Dense Mare and Pam ANGELES (UPI An pound of solids going for connntr.t. -
Desai' statement referred to sprinkles have been dttected. rates In the spirited bidding. Coca.Cola o 127Wolgate camping experiences" by diningout
lunlo A. Martini today tried to ., and 8481 cents
the avowed preference of Ku. It rained ,10 Inches on May 2, The sale was held on the .Falmottve C*. 4iH Cauthern In typical European; restsuranls per
Elsa Hlrvella was given a and hotels. summon up enough nerve to pound of solids at chilled Juice
maraswaml KamraJ Congress .03 on May 13, and .08 May 28. city hall steps. Cone Mill I** .
award for tell his wife that she threw an .
party president, for Shastri'i Sunday night It again sprinkled Defers this year Winter Haven Contmeatal Can *% special recognition The trip to Europe will be the plants.Fresh
all A's In all her envelop containing 12,200 In
candidacy. It showed that the but not enough to measure. collected Ita delinquent taxes urtla Wright 1TV4 achieving third for Costello, who baa on- fruit shippers recentlyrtlted
majority of the committee supported The total for May was 3.08 through court action. Through Douglas Aircraft 24* academic subjects during the ly recently returned from the 1100 bills into the trash, police their. FOB packing houseprices

Shastri and that Desal'schances Inches compared to I.S9 for legislation passed by the slat Dow Chemical! 7IK year Continent on a planning and ar reported. on oranges by U cents
May of last yesr. Even so, thl.year' last year the city: charter was Pont 25S A total of 34 eighth grade students rsngementi trip Martini said Sunday he. did per pound Hunter! said and at
were hopeles Du ..
for making not have enough to tell
awards nerve
changed so that tax certificate.could present, Interior ares trail it
Under India's form of psrlis total of 18.71 Inches Is Eastern Air lines 34Eastman e
the all A'a in or more acad hla wife that the envelop was
more than five Inches ahead of be sold. This Is Kodak 135 one going st MMIM per I a..
mentary government, the ruling method the county: uses In collecting emit subjects They were Kathy In s closet she cleaned out bushels.
last for the Bible
party chooses a party leader year same period. delinquent taxes General Electric lIMit Anderson, JeffBesdey. ReadingContinued

who automatically la designated General Motors MS Carol) Branch, Pam Cauthern/ FLORIDA STOCKS
as prime minister The Congress General Telephone 38 ( From Page One) BaccalaureateContinued
Barry Rocky Larry Chum...)'. Patty Cos, Here are the 1 p.m. closings
party has an overwhelming Wahneta Man Georgia Pacific Corp M Virginia Craver Kathy Cundtff. tires a second lime on the ( From Page On) oo Florida stocks at reportedby

majority in parliament (Continued From Page One) Goodrich Rubber SOH Judy Dell..... Bill Duty, John ground that their purpose was the Rev James Illsckwond, Frsacls I. duPont aDd Co.
Shads 511, prefer compromise (Continued From Page One) Goodyear Rubber 41H James to encourage good moral training
morning at San Diego up as Duboae, Mary pastor of the First Presbv Air Control 22H
to conflict and I Ie considered far north as Chlco and back tie Intersection of Slate Rd. Gulf Oil Corp 97H Elklnt, Janice Caylt. Carolyn rather than to promote religion tartan Church The candle- Tampa Electric 28

one of the few men able through San Francisco to Los 50 it hit a car driven by Illinois Central M. Hicks, Marcia IMI, Elsa IUr- lighter were Carol Weterlng Florida Telephone 2TH'

to keep the party' factions Inline Angeles Joseph Cleveland Drlggers, 22, Indiana Head Mill 13H veils, Kenny Hough. It la unlikely that the decision Ion, Birbar Kaylor. JertReddlck Plant Industries 14
He has specialized In the If both Rockefeller and Gold. also of Winter Haven International Harvester Tt Lana Johns, .J. B Keeftr. will. have any affttl Is Florida and Susanne Fsnarl.

field of party politics and bat water keep their schedules, Draggers and a passenger Interchemkal Corp 444 Owen Lovett, James Male.lm. until the next school term In all member of neat ,ear'.

never been off the Indian subcontinent they will be holding separate Joan Drlggers, II, received only International Nickel M Terry Moon, Denise Moore, September betsuse most public senior clan.Following .

rallies tonight, less than an I minor Injuries and were International T & T M Marcia Osborn, PatrMa Rol M Souls will drsmlat students fur iSe esndWIght, BUCKING

While Nehru did not name hour apart, at Lot Angelea treated and released at Winter Johns Mtnvtfle K has, Ann Rowton, Kay Smith the summer on Friday Ing, the recessional of the

Shastri openly a* heir apparent, Goldwater planned to fly this Haven Hospital Kennecott Copper II v* Sarah Taylor Sara Tel Patty Slate School Supt Them D. graduates was held to Verdi's
be handpicked him as Ms deputy afternoon from Washington for State Trooper S. L Scott saida Koppers Ce. 41* Trlpp. Mary Ward, Alice Belly. had advised all the 'Triumphs! March" for a promotion?? Invite the

last January after Nehru his airport appearance and possibly total of 11.200) in damagewas Kroger Ce. 22LJggestt Wand, Linda Wl Hord. Carol vhoolt to continue their cuttomsry Annual senior night" an In. has over far dinner so be can
Buffered s stroke. a news conference at Los done to the two vehicles 4 Myers Tobacco 75 Wilson Diane YtlvlngtonU BibU reading and nib forms! senior get together see your guy In his true LIGHT

Angeles. He also will appear on Involved Charges art pending Lockheed Aircraft S3* the seventh grade the outstanding ,tikm of 1M Lord's prayer un- featuring skits and awards Our crystal chandelier areguartaiexi

a state television hookup tonight completion of the investigation Lorillard Tobacco 44* athlete awards went to 1.1. final decision from the U Ssupreme presenlttton: will be held tomorrow to bring out tale good
SHOP IN WINTER RA YEN The third accident also Saturday Louisville! A Nashville MH Cheryl Reese and Kenny Lasicter Court Thus rood of night In Nor May tide Qf he hain't, got*good side,

tight, occurred on Mae Merck & Oo 24* the schools save ewilmued the Auditorium, and commencement hart the light up and keep look-
endale Blvd. T South Uttnties 41* seventh lag). You'll Sad us si 419 N
at M No one Middle Forty two grad rs practices IMt year exercises for the Class
was injured Monsanto Chemical M were given awards for having The IM3 Florida Legislature.svare of 194 will be held.. Thursday Florida Avenue In Lakeland.The .
name's !Ball Lighting Co.;
Winter Haven policeman Montgomery Ward M1W made all A's In one or men that the present slat Klfkt

Richard Wheeler said a car National Gypsum. 0 S subjects throughout the year, .law which requires daily Bifcle

driven by Robert Stacy Mack Paramount Picture H* laduding Mattto Brooks, Jean reading with nonsectarian at>..
lin. 21. of Sic Ave K, EE was J C Penney 1SPennaylvinia Browning Kathy CumMe. Diane mod pftMy would be struck

beaded east ea Havendsle when RssVesd IIp.p.1 Daniels, Dwight Duke. James dews, adopted a new law airthonil
tt rammed the rear of s car Cats Bottiag a4* Duke Vicki Frakta. Kenny Las- ** aaM, senon! boards 10

drive by Marvin Dale Smith Philip Merri TV* aster Deborah Stewart. Iswlwle statfy of BrbU Matory -(pr1AKE
u.s.SAVINGS 17 01 AuburndaU. The SanMb PMUa4 Petfle..m URepuMata Larry Lawrence. OUta Ei- awl web Hi the school wrrku

car allot forward and bet a statioa 44% kiM Jill Gerber. Henry Hir 0 oN A rPCPPERSTEAK
wagon driven by Mary Reynolds Tfrbae 44 veda, Danay Hudson. Henry luinFhrida'a
riot; Farrls
Louise Reynolds. 33 Eights 34. Seaboard Air Line 47* Hughes, Tara Lucas, Carol Bryant
amt Ally Gee James W Kyne.bs .
NE The Smith car and Itey Sear Roebuck 1IJSSutelakr McKenzie David Atchison. Kay ', ,> urged (oflgreaiioaal Corns AlL l1Aretorsnua'
acids station wagon had been lUrflaug aSocotjy PUkeatoa ( onnie row. Paula IAKIO
Mike '"r eta to approve an amend Ire IIIO"ND .11'
stopped oa the roadway as the Mobil ton Sperry Suzanne Window m. in the I' J. Consututlua. .0 N15ea 11I.11 will _.
drivers waited to make leftturns Souther Com pa By WSoutiwni Wotdard, ClroilloUma., lands Me1 e .. Uaoee e......
p*: 'ling prayer and Bible ..
and .
Laaaeur Pam y et'" 1e..eiewe
into a Itn.. .. theater Natural Gas K tea jig jj the schools ae1 nM.e.QNL
sear 1M It. NW Sperry Rand IS Jab O-U. : ;

BONDS Wheeler estimated |400 damage Standard Od (N. II MtStttdeeaker . ,
to the MaekJan car. S3Mdaaaage TV ;: Foi TIME' ;. : onci I f( b D A. MF=AI '
to the Smfca car and Sunray DX 20 DIAL:11'8' : .W..rnTAKE'TJlrRV1C1: ) :

|M damage to the Reynolds Swift AC:*. 12% .. .. ... .. ' ,TEMPERATUREIXCHANCl ..... .. . '. . .. .. .. NEXT DOOR HAVEN ON rot HOTTL rrOPPOSITE
ststio wagaaMackin Ttteo, IDC T MTexas
was charged with Gulf Svlf-lMir. *3*" j"' 1: HOBNOB

failure to save his vehicle! nav UtJoo Carbid.'or. 124'' ..' : )':. oHi''U.N''M'! : .** ,,OJC:; ALL 291.44jond6y
dcr control U. S. Pipe 20

H:: Elks AuxiliaryHas DAH.Y NIWS CFN.c. Monday, Jwie I, IW4 Page ale h r

ProgramOn WINTfft WAV6N DAILY Nis V/S.CMI&f |


Elk's Auxiliary met on
Thursday at the Club. During

the luncheon prises were won

i14r by Mra Russell Jensen, Mra Lro ,.

Pearl Brown.McArdle and Mrs Floyd

Mrs W. M. Cone presented

a program during the meeting.
r It la no longer "What color
shall I use'" but "What color

would you like to u.." because CJ.'td by BiLUC CLU3
most colors are popular these .H

days Mrs. Cone showed many

simples of coordinated wallpaper Around The Town

fabric and carpeting, and
k explained how eaay It la to de

clde on Juat what you want in
1 your home when you are dec. Miss Susan Pearson ReceivesArt

Mra. Rutheled Wolter was Introduced lrb ;.

aa a new member. The In /
i Andy door prize Berkes.was won by Mra. Degree wS

Bridge was played following Miss Susan Barkley Pearson, daughter of Mr. and .
the meeting and prizes were ,
awarded to Mrs Artie Ober, Mrs. D. R. Pearson of this city was graduated from C ,

Mra. Ella Sanchez and Mrs Mary Washington College of the University of Virginia fi

McArdle. at Fredericksburg Va. yesterday afternoon. .. ,,,
AT'k4R Members present other than ,
The College's fifty-third commencement was held in J ..Ie"
AND MRS PHILIP H. JONES those mentioned above were
Mesdames Jim Daniel, William George Washington Auditorium. i

; Corbln Lewis Dark Don Cay- received in She is
Miss Pearson a degree art. a
ton Leo 0. --
Jenson R. Bice -
Golden Wedding AnniversaryA Fred Langenhorat, R. H. DeMott 1960 graduate of the Winter Haven High School. ROBIN STEED, right who la moving this week to Tens, was entertained Saturday witha

Russell Hales, W. B. Craig, A. tea party given by Betty Jane Lock. Many of Robin's friends were on hand to bid her a

A. Pahnke Cyril Coker, Richard The Woman'a Society df farewell.
tupriie "Open House" In I $1,000 cash amount, and was Mays J. M. Moorman Jr. Christian Service of Trinity
observance of their golden anniversary presented by the late Mra. Charles Krebs Claude Barnett Methodist Church will meet tomorrow Dean's Farewell Party Neil Davidson, a atudent at

was held for Mr. and Franklin Delano Roosevelt,who E. B. Way Jr., E. E. Adams evening at 730.: The Mary Andrew College, Cuthbert, Ga.,
Mrs Philip H. Jones of Swoop had been the previous year's Paul Rltter A Gilbert Lester guest speaker will be Mrs. Adult Students For Robin Steed has been elected president of

St., Lake Alfred it the homeof recipient. and S. T. Van Dyke. Guests Frank Davies, a former missionary Omega Phi Alpha Fraternity.
their daughter lira Roger Mr. Jones was a progressive were Mrs Irs Sllgh and Mra. to Peru. Refreshments WorkDuring Betty Jayne Lock enter During this school year, he
Swoop St., yesterday afternoo farmer and pioneered many Im J. M Moorman of Charleston will be served by the Florence Exhibiting tained at her home Saturday has >held the office of president
It was attended by manyof proved farm practices Mra. S. C. Young Circle with a tea party In honor of of the freshman class, served
the month of June, the
their local frlenda. When they Jones was active In civic and Robin Steed Robin will\ be aa news editor of the Andrew-
go north to their former horn women's groups In the area. + adult pupila of Mrs. Mary Dean leaving with her family Mr. lite, secretary of Omega Phi
M are exhibiting their work In the and Dick Steed this Alpha and chairman of
la Shelton, Conn. In August I She says there were no arguments press
Winter Haven Public Library week to make her home in Future Teachers of America.
In the
anniversary celebrationwill family of two
Exhibiting artists are Mrs. . .. .
be observed adults and four children because Texas.A
T. D. Hoffman, R. Andrews,
and white color
Both Mr. and Mre. Jooi Ire family conferences
were -
civic minded and for held and discussed Mrs C. A, Blankenship Mrs. scheme was used In the deco :
"doing things thoroughly MISS PEARSON HillThere; I ;
their magnificent bit In their Mabel Kline Mrs. C. T. Toy, rations. Punch cake mints I .Y
Charlea E. Barnhlll, IOn of Mrs White Langston Mrs. Arthur and nuts aerved.
dally living! and In floor commtmty In Lake Alfred where they were r
Mr and Mrs. Henry C Barn- J. Prince, Mrs E. P. Sut- Guests were Bety Jo James,
for freedom lot De- moved eight _
years ago, Mra. ; .
len.." daring the WWII period Jones has been a member of 1 hill 2708 Avenue G, NW, haa ton and Mrs J. H. Wulf all Theresa Jo Hughes DebbieTackett
the of Winter Haven From Bartow,
completed basic training at Cheryl Hendrick
the Jones family, then residing the Woman's Club and for the isonly
Mn. A. D. Stidham Mrs. Char
Naval Training Center Diane Varner Jerri Wright
Mr. Jonea' two
on ancestralnoacre past years was chairmanof
lea Naberhaua and Mn. J. A.
Lakes Ill. Stacy Fulti Barbara May,
dairy farm In the the club's antique show one
White Hllli lection of Shelton Both Mr. and Mrs. Jonas participate Mr. and Mrs. Fred Long have Crsyson. Karen Harris, Mary Spsnjen,
Alderman Ann
Conn., were chose! for the National In activities of the local left for a two weeks vacation Marilyn Mary
Slsson and Janle Lucaa.
Gimbel Award aa typical Presbyterian Church. 'p trip to Canada.Mr. WELCOMEWAGON
of countless families In the The couples children, other 'i
V. 8. A. The award IndudedFashioneHes than Mra. Jones, all live In and Mrs Guy Vaa Matter Highlands Union

Shelton Conn. They are Newell are leaving today for San Miguel
Jones Mrs. George Glover Mexico where the latter Jack Club New Arrivals
/ and Philip Jones will study art during the sum oMF b1
mer. Enjoys PartyMembers Mr. and Mrs Jsmes A. Priceof y

Patent leather underscores Lake Alfred are the parents
Yw Mr and Mra. Scott Gibsonare
of the Highlands of a IOn born at 7:45: .m. Saturday
the light look of iprlng'a daytime p
newcomers to Winter Haven
Union Jack Club gathered informally -
In the local The
shoes In two waya. Its light LoYejoy-Tisdale having moved here from hospital.
suppleness makea for a featherweight r recently at the home of baby weighed seven pounds,
Island N. Y.
Bsyshore, Long ,
LaCerte in Winter
shoe and effortless walk. eleven aDd a quarter ounces.A 30 years of experience

In,. Its brightness sets off the Hra. Helen Brakmann Love- Mrs. Catherine Ehret has had Haven. : fostering !Rood will in ;

lowered rim of the shell pumpor Joy and Lionel E. Tisdale were j as her guest, Mrs. Arthur Grayof Dollar-. red pancakes were daughter and, weighing half nine S life business and community
pounds, one a ounces,
spotlights the cutaway Itnea married la I quiet ceremony Indiana. among the refreshments served -
of the Immediate t was born at 7Of: p.m. Saturdayin For
In the
of a allngback. presence oW lIaOop"ho : I
Nekton Cook the Winter Haven Hospitalto Welcome
families, Saturday morning, Mr. and Mrs :
The tiered, ruffled In The club will hold no om ell Mr. end! Mrs. Thomas G.RuUrde. .
May SO, at St. Jo rph'a Cath and son were In Panama City the summer
lace, la the prettleat coveringfor meetings during Ph. 294-2989
olle Church by the Rev Father this weekend where the former together for
but plans get
the decolletage wedding Mrs. Ra in the State Archery .
Matthew Connolly. participated
special occasions Mr. and Mrs. Tommy Smith
Women'a Wear Dilly re-
porta.gown One version Ii tiny mond before Hoffman the played weddn,.organ OwenB. Tournament Three of the members are of Dundee are announcing the
ahouldera. music Del Campbell and herdaughter for to birth of a aon. The baby ar
enough to hide only the attended his moth. Mrs. departing shortly trips
Others are bolero lengthor Lovejoy and Bill Tisdale was with ( Mrs Homer hind, their homelands. Mra. C. H. rived at 7.49: p.m. Saturday In ..
down to the floor, father. and her daughter, Cindy, plan to Puffin la off to Windsor Englandfor the local hospital weighing seven
his MISS MARTHA ANN TILLIS spend the latter part of the a few weeks and Mra. Jim pounds and fifteen ounces
of the Mr.
Ron Postal, president Out-of-town guests were
Indian Rocks Beach. feeed Is rotor to her hometownof
National Council of Men'i Fashions and Mra Owen B. Lovejoy, week at Mrs

urea men to adopt more Jacksonville; Mr. and Mrs Bill Miss Tills To Become Bride Mr. and Mra. K. K. lllnkaon Ina Northampton Downturn will, England be leaving

color in their costuming, gradually Tisdale, Clearwater;; Mr. and and daughter, Kay, are getting for an extended stay In her mere -
breaking down their reluctance Mra. Glenn Tisdale, Siesta Key, aetted In their home on Garden Canada Don Voyage gins

with such examples aa the Saraaota. I Road after moving here were presented to them.
fact that the American cowboyon Mr. and Mrs. Herbert S. Rogers Of Raymond Beall Next SundayAnnouncement from Titusville Pa.
Saturday nights la a pictured entertained the wedding panty Members alt Hiding the party
multihued splendor and yet with a luncheon at the Lake William Eons of Continental were Mesdames Ray LaCerte,
doubta his virility. Region Country Club. Is being I uated In 1963 from the Au- Can Company returned this Jack Burton, C. H. Ruffln Jim
no one
made today by Mr. and Mra. burndale High School and la weekend from Washington, D. Peed, Ina Downham Esther

Victor Barton of Auburndale now employed by State Farm C. where he attended the National Fulham, Jack Cherry, C.
of the engagement of their Insurance Convention of the Institute Brooks, Arthur Lewis, Morton

daughter Mlsa Martha Ann Mr. Beall waa s member of of Food Technologists Hanlon Valerie Roberta and a
The Browser Tlllls, to Raymond Beau Mr. the 1963 graduating class of gust, Mrs Arthur LaCerte.

BeaU is the son of Mr. and Winter Haven High School He Mr. and Mrs Marry Wright

Mra. Harold Faulkner, Sun Is employed at Thrlftway. have returned to their home In
W I = Acne The couple will be married Ohio after a visit with Mr and PORTABLEA

Expected to ate bite of China flying every The bride.elect was grad Sunday.HOSPITAL Mra. R. H. Paxton
Plata's new portable Infrared grill
where aa we walked Into Southeast
VILLA'S VILLAGE and MW manager Petrl Miss Charhille Lee, a soph with glass-ceramic burner

Robbing whack two lOOp bowls vlforoualy togeth omore at Murray State College, operates on either propane or
erl Far from "flipping". .he was demonstrating NEWS Murray, Ky" has been Installed natural gaa. The grill la equipped
the amaslng qualltltea of their beautiful new dinnerware .. a member of Kappa Omicron with a valve that fits a one-
Phi honorary home eco pound propane bottle, the type
Centura, by Corning.Made .
used In home Adapter
of Pyroctram glaes-ceramlc (the apaceage family of ma- SUNDAY'S AD!flSS10NS Lak Alfred comics fraternity valves areavallable workshops.for larger

terlals from which Corning Ware freeser.tooven-tOtableutensis Winter Haven Mra. Thomas E. Evans,
daughter LP-gaa tanka and household
tableware la ao durable It la Miss Jsyne Tyso
are made), this gracefully atyled Mrs. Hsllle Johnson, Reuben Reuben L, natural outlets.Foods .
guaranteed for three years to be replaced free It It chips cracks, Smith, Edward Masters Jimmle SUNDAY'S DISMISSALS of Major and Mrs. gas
enter- cook chrome grid
or crazes In normal household rue Yet It has the tlnkly "ping" of Dees, Dennis L. Hlnson, Winter! Haven Tyson of Lake Alfred on a
farewell that fits Into a glass-ceramic
friends at
tamed her a
fine china when flicked with finger. Mrs
your Mrs. James A. Wlndham Stanley Master Sten Anderson broll-or-bake Both units
slumber tray.
Over a period of time acid foods will not corrode them, Cannon. Mrs. Rose Bur,. Ervin Brooks, Herbert A. Carl spaghetti dinner and slide In and out easily on sidebars
odor do not cling .and they are dishwasher said! 16 pieceatarter Mrs Jackie Edwards andinfant party at her home. Those present
dart Earl Bell, Mrs. W. L. Carter son, Linda resembling those of a
..ta In white are $21.15. ,tn elastic and cornflowers Mrs Ollle B. were Ann McCarty,
Jr. Mrs Betty C. Duer daughter Leslie Mclver, Sharon household oven with locking:
patterns, $25,76.Dropped !!. Mri. Ray R Powell, Henry Harris, Otis L. Hayes, Mrs. Moore, hated and Honey tabs to prevent their slipping
WILSON-PIPES to "graduation shop" at their Gift Kite, Andrea
by Lee Smith Mrs Robert Friend Gary S. Turner and Infant from the rack glides
Bar. .and was surprised to discover that they have a well stock Randal Upturn, Master Eddie daughter, Mra. James A. Wind Steele. COLLEGEWARDOR
ed Vanity Shop with clothes for boys sizes I to 20. Everything Mehrlust. ham Mrs. Edith E. Zlmmerman. CAREERWARDAN
styled' "just like dad's". .and the selection la Just aa completelThe ) .

Gift Bar, Incidentally, Ira doaena of uniquely practicalgins Elbert Cummings Haloes City, Mrs. PaulT. Raises City 100% Continuous Filament OLIVETTI UNDERWOOD
and r.markablelnr.nuU,
characterized fine design
each by
Atchley. Mrs Miles R. Lem- Msster James Barley and In.
Item (car emblem key
Whether you're seeking an Inexpensive L. S. WUkerion. fant son, Mrs. Jamea P. Loucki Delight your favorite graduatewith
operated on. Hackedy Floyd -
"whole hog" (batter
for desire to
cases, example) or go
the and Infant eon Mra. F J. Usle. a spirited LETTERA 32 the
shoe buffers) you'U find this department runs gamut. Carpet
Crossed Cypress Gardena Road to CUMMINGS, where they Davenport AaberrialeMra. Nylon most complete lightweight portable .

have recently completed their carpet and custom drapery d.partment. Mra. Isobel C. Hatch, Elmer Denise DeBarry typewriter. Or thrill him or
Blgelow and Aldon.. Scott. Eagle Lake
Noticed terrific selection carpets by
sculptured patterns and casual tweeds .plush and twists .In AslwndaleMra. Mra. James P. Loucks and her with STUDIO 44, the "com
fibers of nylon acrllon and wool. blends and sisal In addition Thomas J. Young, Mrs Infant ran. 7-YEAR WEAR GUARANTEE pact standard" with the features

to a complete line of braided rugs,they also have handsome hind- Louise Page Mrs. Mike E. Lake Alfred and "feel" of standard office
hooked rugs available in stock In custom .11... Boyd. Mrs Nellie Manahlp.
The quality of work done In the drapery department la excel Eagle Lake Ft. Pierce Choice of models. Both priced much lower

lent .and the department offers home planning services, at no Mra Paul Glsiendoner. David L. Walker SC95 than you'd expect!

extra charge.
Couldn't resist walking through the Urge section of the store 8 Decorator
devoted to Early American furniture and accesaorles. .and on to WINTER HAVEN

where the patio furniture was being arranged (more coming

dally'). The lovely mediterranean zeta la white and pink wrought BLUE DEVIL SENIORSPolk Colors! SQ.

Iron are equally at home, Indoors or out. YD.
Saw the darlinrcst swim suit acts at JVHLER'SI Lovely suits
"tover-upe". white pique with dainty
with the moat ONLY
embroidery trim cool white eyelet, to mention a couple. .not at County's Nawext and Most Complete

all "beachlooking.. perfect for pool and patio parttea. Too Florin Offers The Most Up To Dale Corsages fl'M
pretty to get wet .but designed for Just that!
Irresistible collection of Catalina swim suits, too. Everythingfrom : Orchids,
bikinis to dressmakers In sizes I to 22.

In fact, seems like everything there la new,n.w') They had Just Cymbidiums, Carnations, Roses, Sweetheart. EVEN LESS
arranged dozens of new sleeveless blouses In cool cotton and H... $59Florida
eotton/dacron blends .by White Stag and Shapely. And white Roses Boutonnieres. 125 JUST .. whit rr.de...
e .p
Clouds of luxurious lingerie came floating out of another new

shipment! Nylon and the new nylon-satin. .pantlea, altpa and

half-allpa, both tailored and lace trimmed. Four Seasons Flower Shop
Relaxed for a few minutes on the inviting patio at THE t as Office Supply

OPEN GATE. The Owners are now In Miami shopping Importersfor PHONE I7M412

exotic and \unusual gift items and home decorations accessor- 0,.. 14 Deity Sieda? M
lea from all over the world. 14' AYl A. N.W. PHONI CY 33124I
Pd. Adv.


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HfV'M:' i ,Y ;, ,ti q I \A N't t R HAVEN. RO ,iA Pale! '8/81K1NDIRCAHTFN

Dour I

4e Abhy . .

Speak Up, Man I

.. rI

Abigail Van ItaroH

j -.

DEAR ABBY I have i here married' for six yeses el MHterenary nplrauntncfi and.

years and have ,never suspected my of ........
anything 1 While sending for a match tIe tooted

I I her coat pork* and IMM acroM a letter 0 .

"-' (addressed to her mother house I became DEAR AMY Thin is for HIM MI I'Mil l tt >I'

t' curious and read the foUowtaif: whose cMtdre. answer the phimc/ \\i"?,
:"II; was to food to bee your vote again this'"

Daritnc I am glad you ttifi the) Hw tame My tea II. lawyer and he has four hiM, "

about me At long at you dept I..yaur .- ranging from live to eleven years ,,( rag, \I',

A i tend, bow" 'kMf will l it take you to get adivorce once overlMard his daughter answer the t,

? phooe. "Nrtfay la home Goodbye: M\
I have not told her I read MM letter I
wan was narhmi. Ht lined. them all up jut eo hurt I Just ,..... The Mtor wt lMd" wtth them to Bay, "This la the Joseph rcsi.lfn. ,
I an Initial which meant to here doI ''
d' nnthlBf me. Linda apeaklftt' Why can't other parents J'I1
. o.. go from hire P S. Y.. we here rMMren.SICK. this'


Yth,4 \ DEAR SKKi C.o U year wife and tell heryes DEAR GRANDMOntFRt They can. And
\ read the leper The aril meve It am. would If theiryunilers
tary probably they ever caag.nl
: CPAnfATr
Christian Church Kinder w tan who were honored In recent commencement exercises. Seated :J' your grandchild.. did.

from left are, Dianna i rink, Teresa Hyman, l Kathy Peoples, Jackie Powell, Linda Roberta, DEAR ABBY: My husband and I are near

Judy' Norman and Darlene' Keel standing, from left Darryl Yalat David Me<=uU..,. Johnny Inc 110. My father.. who ii m. live with ut. We e e e e

t Sellgren, Tony Hyman. t t let him know that our home la hit home, and DEAR ABBY: You teem to hole a lot ,1e
I when we entertain he is made to trot III welcome the

.1 1 Florida Mart Sales Reported Legal AdvertisingNOTICE J., 'd.:1YIi: Here am temble la my problem My husband andplease ' the unsbaabout i way It.r aywhildrenyanswerhthashed should nnilm' ;:,: ;

and I never have any time akme khr go themselves on the telephone I am a l Ie you
to the kitchen for ogee, Papa
old girl and rays calf me quite a lot Who), \
A total of 8.952 cattle and tie and calves. : FLORIDA ACTRESS! .- Linda Scott, newly discovered movie right there Sometime my himband and 1 want my father cells me to the phone he yell utUM

salves, 1,827 bogs and pigs, Hardee County,\Vuchula,321 Notice U hereby given that. star, paid a abort visit to Winter Haven Saturday. She atari In to discuss something In private, butI has to top of hja voice, "MISS AMKKIt'A: (
Sealed BWi will boo received by watt 'became of Tana.. How dim a deahtergn
and cattle and calves.Advirrlting. TELEPIWNRI" I1iope I this MIhe'li ,
3 horses were sold al' Itf you print \ acs
,". Hoard of Public InalructkMiat "Escape From Hell Island", currently playing at th.Rill Theatre about telling her own father that ht would
lor id a livestock auction Polk. County. Florida .... ren.a how chlMMt H la and lop clout
through Tuesday. Mice Scott, a native of Sanford Florida, was like a few minute alone with her husbandonce

markets during the past week, Legal County fed of the 8u""rlnl.nd.nr.Suprrlntendrnt lIflo of Public (Of- discovered In Key West Just prior to the shooting of the picture in a while* Papa- of sound mind, and Inc

l[according to W. O. Whittle iBitrurttun of Polk County, Wrktal >- which was filmed entirely In and around Ky West. In good health for hIs :'. He has been with NOT Mia Amerui

Chief. IN THE sadly (OfBT, I. In tht Court House hones attlartow. us 16 years, although he hat other rhlMrrn he
receipts amounted to ThMTH Jl I>H IAL ('IH4'I IT rkM-lda, up to 3 00 o'clock could nave lived with, The It the tint time
IIUbt'.& from 13 markets. I-OLK t'0' >T', rUmiUA.IN pm. Wtdnnday the In day o( legal Advertising 1 have conaldprad mentioning something to
t II\NCKKY. July. IM4. for all nutrrtala and NEW YORK San Francisco him about this Should 11 Get It off your cheat. Fur a personal un.
markets summir- ... N. Shale 171KIXI8B labor n e* ary our the Kitchen Ad.
: BROOKS lk kl. t* Pg Na. dllkHi To Lake Alfred Junior H .hSchool. NOTICE: Giants Manager Alvin Dark published reply, write to ABBY, Boa 6.m

Lake Alfred, Florida ALL CHOKKD IT Lot Calif. (0069. Enclose a stamped,
.: Arcadia State, 272 cattle andf.IV' Plaintiff. Notice I I. hereby ilvea that commenting on some IOU P ,
.. Such bids at an pmurrly andtimely sealed bids will b* received by brewing In the team's locker elf addressed envelope.
EDGAR: Btsootcs fled will I IM opened by the the Hoard of Public ItMtrurtloa of DEAR CHOKED: Yen A little privacy Is
Board of Public IiwtrucUmImnwdlatdy room after the 23 Inning marathon
i .., Belle Glade, 433c t- Delend.nl.IIIOTlnt aid Polk County Florida, at the Counly b. see.For .
kellrr lha aone. Year may aaawareef
the eforesaidfinal papa
or hl irTHK following 8uprlntPdent a () second fame of Sunday'sdoubleheader
calve STATIC UF nA''IUTOI hour for receiving bid. In of the auperlnUadeal' of Public\: In- which ended at hi. Intrusion first, set thai he hat a rem Abb booklet "How To Have A tn.'"
I I State, 1 cattle and Kdint B........ % (\ Parkeea, th. room dnalimatid for Its marttiu tructkin of Polk County Florida) fartahl and atlrartlve retreat e( hit ewa. ( Box 68700
plvt.t.W hog and plfs.g Mat Ul. ( llnloadale, New ".... <> la the Court HOUM Annri at In the Court HOUM Annex at Bar- 11:24: pm.: Them break year "proMcm" te him genii and ly Wedding, 50 cent to Abby ,

OalneRvllle, 797 cable and You ar.* hereby notified. that a Manor the Florida Hoard, or a* wan.<<'Omln.hI thereafter tow, Florid, up to 1 00 u'clot k "Put the eggs on. Its time wild. loot burner II be It el "..u... mind" he Lot Angeles, Calif (0069.
aa posy
cult for divorce hen bean filed WadneeOay, the Sulk day of .
calves .......1 you In the above entitled h. tarn. Sm::*. ItM, fur nil matcrlala andlabur for breakfast" Wee l resent It. If he don year problem' Is In I ., .
Interstate, 618 cattle and cause. and that you are hereby Plan. and ipfilflutloni ar on neceatary fur the Addition To bigger tkaa yen know, ".. yew revld face MiNaigtti Stt nn al.
required to nerve a copy of youranawer flit for rumination, review and Prultland I Park Elementary Bchool,
or other written d. ....... material tak off at th> office of Lake Alfred Florida ---
fives.Jay State, 80 cattle and calve upon J Julian Bennett. plaintiff Ihft Architect.' B T Jon., UMfhlllp Such bid a* are properly and
,114 bogs and pigs. attorney, whom aiMrea la 301 VI- Pn>f.**k>nal Buildlni.: Wintrr ; timely filed will be opened by the
n Haven, Florida and the OwnrfArchitertural Mid Board of Public Instruction
mar BulMliut, Winter H."*... Ploh-
iKlsslmmee, 377 cattle and da, on or before the lint day of tv>|iartmrnt In liarlow Immediately following the aloreaaldfinal e e
c lives, 16 hogs and pillS.Caltl.men's. July AD lft>4. and before or Florida. Two copies of MId hour fur receiving bide. In 1
Immediately thereaftar to til. with plan and pwlflcatlon I nay beobtained the room dMlgnated. for ben meetIng -
1 Lakeland BMe the clerk of the above *tyldCourt at the office of Mid Architect In th. Court H,_ Annex atMartow
the and calves the original of old ....w., upon deposit of I1IOU for Florida. or a* eons thereafter I 1b

Suwannee Valley, Live Oak, or eald written d"' ........ If soy arh art of Document Mid d. aa the Board may accompli aEIT11nt.7 r
pall will b* returned to the Contractor the ..m.. e
If you fall to do ... deer*. pro .1
1)3 379
cattle and calves, hogs oonfwMO will b* entered admit upon' the return of Mid: Plan and prlflratlou ar* on
aid pigs you far the relief demanded la the plans ana ipeclflcatlon In foodcondition file for eiamlnatum. ret I.. and
l'II within fifteen IU) day material like off at the office ef
cattle and amt
:fTN Baa hand sad official after the date of opening bids the Architect I Bright a Slraughn' ,
ctlvea, 353 hogs and pigs scat 1 of my County and continent upon receipt of abona P O Boa 40. Lakrl.nd\ ., Florida and of Winter Haven

JM11U, Ocala, 440 cattle and FWtda,B.7hwcl.-OI; of May, fide bid from said Contractor the Owner Arihilm tural Depart
AD Should the Bidder desire additionaleu ment In Bartow Kloiiila Two cop
calves, 364 hog and pigs. 196t.D. bid Mid and Iflratloni
H. 8IX>AN, JR of Ducument prior to openIng lee of plan ipe
Okeechobee, 1,697 cattle and Clerk Circuit Court date. or should Mibconlraclonor mar b* obtained at the 'ifliie of "
lives 3 horses. By Luclle Haiitlnr material! dealer dilr a **t of Mid Archilm't upon drt" lt ?( IJU Ou
b for each of IXx unwnt Mid
Mid Document. Mm will provided nl
j Mid Florida, Orlando, 216 JtlllAM Deputy BERNRTTAltsrory ClerkJ upon payment to Mid Architect depoatt will b* iriuro" i? the
Ittle and calves, 37 hogs and at Law the amount of 116(HI I* cover Contractor upon th Kiuni' of Mid r
Ml: Vlmar the. coat to reproduction therefor, plan and ......Ih,alas." In good
.et ga. Bulldlag Mid aum brine nnn-refundabl, condition. within duet, tn' day .
Winter H..n
Cattlemen's Tampa, 501 catn Florida Each bid ..h.1INo accompanied afler the date uf "....nlhl bide and
Ju... 1, 5. 15. 22. 1864 .
by a Canhlrr Cheek or Did Bund onllngnt up"' err eiut "f a bona '
,1 MITKE -op -HrARiNo: - ncroitB: In the amount of 511 of the. bid.pay.bI. fled bid from Mid > ontrarior "
the Board of Public Inmructlon Should the Uldd-r d'.n> aitoitlunalet

Leg.1 l AdvarfiiingIIKI CITY In hereby roMntsHioMNotice give that a evidence to of of Polk fond CtMtnty faith .and Florida.ai guar. big; date of or should ",ant. i<'.nlraclori bid pea- The Specialized, Job of f SaYings and Loan Assoc ationskt !
neorlnswttl be add In' the Jack
anterior that the eucNaful. .bidder br malarial dealer drill\ a sat vf .
Puller A lid II"rill'" at th. City Hall ,
ado uyoleh to the Mid Document urn will k* provided t I II. Ii
TFNTIiSl will etecul
: OP TO in the Clip of Winter Haven at t on hi
in Mid AM
Public tnetructlon' of Polk upon payment
ilNTlH llrTITIOIW LAMEutk : am on Wedneaday June IT 164 uf .
Fkirida. bond Issued bye bet the amount uf |:*> W t.r .v.rthe
"r la hereby given that theerelgnrd for the. purpose of coniMrrirut lha County ,. .
) Surely Conuiany lloened' to dobalnra COM of rrnrodw i.n thi-r< f"r i
intend chnnire i>f .""Ine.nun.ndad .
c'"CPoIII ; ; Florida, for 1(10% of aid um being mm tefundabl-
I In
i the Clerk of tat by the Planning Board, from RlBReeldentlal Each bid ehall IM- a.manouby
: .
County "......... paroles Bar to C-l Commercial the Contract price within ((101 a Ca.hl.r.hark or Bid 11.,1.
i Chapter: Mil Law or -........ lone on Block" t and 4 of day after being awarded tie Contract theprformanc hthe' amount of, i-, ,,f II.. bid
of 1 1M1 Irglsasun u sued- Van meet Co ButxIlvMenDated . Mid bond Maranteelnc payable to the Boanl of PuMi. InIruclHin -
JS1W. Laws of ;FIteS.Act at Winter Haven this of said Contract ..
by Chapter of Polk < nunty '1. Ida.
> of tMt-Ogiatatur the lit. 25th day Two premium of Mid bond to be paid
"IWM.b. evidence of .,.<*d faith and guar Yoea
the Mid Contractor.
M-wll Lucerne Nnirt Pull by <
I"U. name anleelng that the uccMful bidderwill
..Cite ,.. under which he I Ie City Clerk< All bid. ehould b* placed In anesv.lope eiecut. and lurnlh t,,, thf "fBUSY
eetled, and addend In
ee..A) In bll.lnene at\ I iicemrrv.i Time 1 ltM4M . Hoard of Public lnirurli ..I I J'"lk
k Inn. I the Board of Public InsructienPolk .. ,
County Florida. a bund i u I b>
)TI< County Florida' <* Shelley
ran, towns ITT ('0'11 '111 KItt I Hnone, County ......rtnl.nd".'. a Surely la"'Fr.'I'::: for.n. liw A I i:', dbuilneu ?

I It., . 1 I 22 ll1ti4tmm1lm Notre i I. hereby nlven that a Court Howe Annei, Bartow. Florl.da. the Contract prur within '. i ,11I1
and the. name of the projectahouM
h.an.J will !> held in the Jack
day after being awarded It"I ">
tk.. outside of
b placed on
Miller Auditorium at the City tract Mid bimd guaranti ring, lb.performance I
IUH In the ('III' of Winter Haven the envelope and word Indicatingthat ..f Mid Curnru" i ih.
ni 10 Wl a m on Weilneeday June let envelop contain a bid ofald preml..m of Mid bond to el paid
I 17 ISM fur the pure,".e nf eoneldennl project of Mid b y the Mid ContraitorAll ,
the change of sate aloe Duringth* conetruction bide hould be plat.I In an
Third Street fW from Av O SW building and until final acceptancenf evelope scaled. arid addre* 'i l t1
defermined1 to Ave R BW, ncommeiided th* .."' by She Owner, the
The Cemmuniiti
or* u by the Board ul Pulilx Intro lion
la d..',., *..,i,./, the fhr** prierhuman th* Plannlw lone Board to N'v.m CMAmueement Contractor paw builder. shall risk carry. Imuranre at hi et-In- a Polk Boon c-ouni)Cotmt Florida) Hulierliilrnil.nlCourt c ., 'ah-IU)

loyaMiet-ro' God, to c.u' sal\ chiding both fire and wlndetorm Houee Anne. Banow. n...rl 1
end f. family. AW Amrkpnior Dated at Winter It area thla Xth _.'''., with. las payable to the da, and the nami"f it,.- rvom I
Icy Contractor and Owner a* their I.- ,,
tat of '
Mar 1 MW should b* plwed n thr 1,1.1.1. f
not wen swore ef fh* Commvniifi' O Pultl tenet may appear. the envelope. and w..,.|. n "l i.. at,Ing
,, hoods al work in thisd.drudton City Clerk The Contractor will be requiredtn that the *nv.l.111.e lontalna, a bid for

going en all/ around Jun.-I._IM4MITI4 eel bu. thlnh.-: :: ::: 'set Mid It't.; Mid During project.th* cnnitrurtu.n, .1 Mid

J; them" 'K': Of irtcnTlov the. epectal rondltlon building aad until final a. ritanrenf
H yatalwenf fa love the gtorievi /. Ht.OIMTTK MITITIOIS NAMaNotice : wlT."ft".u * bidder, If any the Mine by the (neiui IhaCalnctor
Ii hereby given that Iheteadentgned notified wNhla. five mdari ihall i arry at 0'I, e4
country end human civUiieJiait Intend to resister after the bid la accepted peso builder n... in...',',n I*
I which we alewives' inneriftd1, with the .rkl of the ClmN Court fit Hoard of Public, tnetructlonof . eluding both lire and .inirmcoverage
af Polk County Florida Polk County Florida reserve with Ion peyahle: In*
first investigate our teostvttmopposition to mull Laws of =:. Ih* rang to w'//:' any and all Contractor and Owner aa their levlereat
to Communism, Educe Act :/1141 Leglalatur M arajmded bM, and to any InformaU- may appear

lion it bait strategy end by Chapter M7SO, Uw ef Pkwtda. "**' The Contractor will, br r. i.ilred, .
our "
Act of ills attslstar. the THE BOARD OP PVBUCDrtntvcnoM to bulM and complete aid protect
truth it .wr only weapon H H flctttlou nasty UMTH ........'. OF rout wttkln the tint sal f:,r1e> InIhe
I alto the only weapon which th* flaw shop under which eke I* *a- nOCTCTY FIAMtDABv *p rlal' condltloej
k a.gad M .......ia at lit Mih m. A T RACE. JR Tb. raereteful bidder If any
Communitti" tear Far if *new, HW Chairman of The Bard of will b* notified within five (IM1 day /SAVES

Btoplo( in fn. United S'otei knew Mart. Oodfrvp Public Initnmlloa of Polk after the Md I* accepted 1 TIME
te sole Owaar County Flees Th Board ef Puklic IwMrwiluaof
fire truth for ioste0te, ei
June I II U. tt. ISM KHBUJCT: i noow Polk. County Florida. r.eervea
what and wise ore behind ti( --,, -- V- MMretary of The Bnart of PubthiMtrurtkM lIMo right to reject any and all Md*.
Chore nf Nit Cminty. Florida and to waive. any Informal. ,'\'
,oci.' agitation. NOT If R: OP INTENTION TO
prang l_ I. t. II. 1H4NenVe TME BOARD or PI'HIJtnfrri '
would not ...n b* any Civil; eights. MARK Arri.KATioi run rIVALIINt'NAa4a t'CTtoNcoinrry: i'I', :':

Act new ponding in fh. C.n"'*.*. IN HE: EaTTATK OF .oIUl'A / ;
T. (1M..... By A T RACE JKrtialrmaa
There it nothing secret chief LYDIA KOVCg IX TMK: (UI liT(1)(11'11 of Th 96.11 nfPuMIc SAVES STEPS t

out utffntiot. but wt'll and yo"fmaterial twcoaaed, Te All Waeea Is Mat loerera
In e plain .....1.1'* itprottrroJ Notice u hereby give IMF I have IN KB"U"'I''wa'D"arr ATE OF IIHELLi"Y'r: "1 l

and nobody wet ranted Iliad my final report a* odintalatratur MOMOAK L 1Iae..*.." of The Board
of the sale of Lydia K ve* TUCKER.D
vt'eii' request ,,.. -.*.. af Public Inetrunia. ufPe4k
you yes neceaaed that I have nty petition .
To AH Creditor aajd PTTMM HaaCleJnM Florida
mtormatian I,... Or eve< for dtocwane set thai Oauaty
ttmmorf Demaadi
or Afalnat .
alto May II. X, June t 1K4Mellee /
I will apply tie Moo aicaardA.
;t here ,
Intredextory, Pocket poitfo SAVES ENERGY
-- -. Couny ledge of PolkCeusy Tat and rod of
'otkef yen are herebyeilfled I'
del,,. Or our Special Ptortda oei the took day ofJUJM . to nit u> _I"'... aMBlaMM ,. h.......
fa give yi of once a mara ad*. ISM for approval of UMauee aad ........* what yaw I" Tnt OLII' IIt.LNtoter ;
and fur final itjarharga a* aeValSSMralor
hen acaaul tie alas of Morgan III Anil fur
background roan
ef .
qvo'. waorttonaifg, '-< the te4e of Lydia
L Tvr, aeeiaM *. M UM offa 10157!, CWaIDA
mathadi, end p"rp.Mi.oot geese. dn.ued of RMwrd. A. Umax*. Goose IN MX Hf/TATC orwAYNE ,
TM IS>h day rf May IkM Jwd .. at Ma 0Ir- OeaVt
>oai4 lor nV. e'aWan. m UM MCLVlm WH.UTo :
Henry L J.JtayAdmlnMrator IMF at ........ Florid..it.. 1Jooo _
nf Ike ... releaSer. moMh mm May aI All Crodttor sad f.raviu Ha' ,
when .. "
The lime coma pew .
j .
Mat of Lydia gar
'M which* ,lie data of the. OralwMmtloa ..>. CeauOM > hold. find out far vawrtalf. DeceajadJOULAT at tlua otkc* Lash total y

I Address.! The lobeinch Satiety. a WOI.TTtH emlai or deawad a uat be !. wee Tee awl ouch ef yes .r. kerewyaotanod
It AdmhiMratorMay
Attorney *
tC. HIM. MaM Ik* rMt- la file in daptaain Ii ,
lelmoxt' MaMachuMtn" 01171, la a June I.I S. ,ISMSKSSSS deem sad awt erne add.Utci the cUHn aad ...-....* ..... ., rw
__.t .wst I. .... 10 sad .Save agaiael the ...1.1Meleiaj "f ...,..
wta I.Ilea. u ......... tW else Weed **r.**..| ns tag. uf
eatso war b.usae wet he. ef tuckard A Ui-nout .....,
Watlaee M T.d.r Jwdge al kla aftKe i> u. wet
EiecvtorTouraxeai : llouee at Bartvw ,.-...... witnuU
a Mru.rriuNYW caliadar water ,lr.,.. May II Jv
''VI\lEItHAVEN NAItB9UKM ,. IS" wkerk I* tae datf tiie net EARN /2 Per Annum
II...... P1 pMltsl of Ikin .. o. 1.th
.. May i 1- I. a ... 1964 ear er ...... M" u, .e eels
'" M J'"
/. II snag/ Lilt ---- I.. nmet atat the ple. ./ fpm WHDI CUIIINT sun
,- fXk OTK.K dare sad poet effkr. ......_ ..
Matte la her*** pees tkal Uver W daieiaa1 .ww a ow"'.. sad you .ONlY c.=..=...
LUXURIOUS WATERFRONT IPUTMEIIS L/7/ aflaf Pani.ll-. bet a PtertdaPMk saa is flied as "'''_4. ., ...
....... .. ..... -,11I-- GlOWS 'ASTII Sa1-Aa sdi
1 t 2 Bedreem., 1. IVi. & 2 Birti IMeCerk 01 1M Cb- Court .. .... tO WoodAdasMraieso


nru leads ...... I iaods Wt Atlya.PO .
CM MMII MI/* MM i wutr to mn tn6uern .
.Ly on loss-se .ho ..,pucatMm Lot in M Marv i.. Lee
.*.d Delivery for December I teal .4 1M sloe owa.vMa 'Viater Mae.e- FVfMla
W. J_ I 5, II 9966 May II U. a, JM I MM

1..1.1 '.'.,tkee1 mod oo**..*. .... ..*.! *., *,_ !II. m ( ..<..

N- 10,750 -< 45 *. .-. "rr.- I %

!w.. Aaef-f "nd I
$ :
ta sm ....... H u. ,i', '*.*. mite* 1ejlvi

Aaon+e'.owe .._.., CooCo""mw.ewlmOof _
fooiap -l or *>-' L 9.x.1 Auecun.
.1": ....

r. """ " ' Bagwell Building Supply :. 201 AVt A. N.W, OP WINTER HAVEN CY..3101WINTER



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