Title: Winter Haven Daily News-Chief
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Title: Winter Haven Daily News-Chief
Uniform Title: Winter Haven Daily News-Chief
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Language: English
Publisher: Winter Haven Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Winter Haven, Fla.
Publication Date: June 3, 1964
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Polk -- Winter Haven
Coordinates: 28.034444 x -81.721667 ( Place of Publication )
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THE WEATH It News-Chi CHy Of 100 UU
Winter Haven
Daily Capital Of ml World

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I Bob Hollmeyer Winner 388 Seniors Big Recreation Area Delegate Total

Raised To 433
Get Diplomas ,

Of First Brengle AwardBob

: On L. Proposed Needs 222SAN

already Hollmoyer slicked up, one who'first'has Thursday NightThree Shipp Only

this year by becoming the first FRANCISCO (UPI) -
local student chosen to Plant for a 20 acre multiple of Lake Shipp. Access Is byway Daniels said "I would like Conservative Sen Barry Gold] l
abroad under in hundred and eighty- purpose recreational area on of Lake Shipp Drive and 10 see a recreational park for water defeated tiov Nelson
student program, added eight seniors will receive diplomas Like Shipp just south of the Rerker Highway children on the site H. Alan Rockefeller at New York todayIn
other list night is he tomorrow night in Winter Winter Haven city limits were Tentative plan. drawn by l pointed out that It could b* the California presidential
awarded the first annual Haven High School's SOth revealed today to the city the city engineering department used! for tithing, water skiing primary and took a command-
vid K, Brengle award from annual commencement exer commission by CommissionerJ. ca1fer\ two public and swimming, at well at for lag lead In the OOP preside
Winter Haven Senior cises. D. Hill dock and a swimming area, picnicking and camping., ial rate
School Memorial Fund. The number of graduatesarts The acquisition of the property football, aoftb.1IIOIlt, bill The IN-U' triumph gave the
The presentation was an all time high for the by lease Is now being and basketball play areas, and According to Hill, it would Arltona senator M more dele
by Prinlcpal C. H. Ortt at school surpassing the old markof negotiated with the owner, Little League fieW, day he operated by the winty but gates t* next month's RepubItcsn .
annual Senior which James A Daniel, who lives Winter Haven would be askedto
Night 326 graduates in list )'nr'ltl. camping area and large pit National Convention and
held at Nora Mayo .... Just north of the proposed rrc nlc area, trailer and parking 'Mp In the maintenance and put him In a strong position to
fcim The program will be held reational area facilities, with a considerable policing of the park. Inasmuchas win the GOP presidential nomination
Sherry Mirrell. who at the Lake Silver Amphitheater County Commissioner Lei portion given over to woods. It adjoins the city Before Tuesday's prl
cently wit awarded a W Dunson and Hill are conducting The area Involved It bounded
J47 of the MS delegates
end It scheduled to beginat miry
"'.ce Young Grant to ; I the negotiations The area Is now being used by the city limits on the needed far the nomination were
State University, won the p.m.Thre.. of the top senior hon. Hill showed the city corn by Boy Scout and church north. Like Shlpp on the east, In Geld"ator' column lit now
nual Southern Scholarship : minion the proposed plans for groups for camping purposes Recker' Hlxhway on tilt west has 433
Research Foundation I or student prevent the arcs which has 1,300 feet -both day campa and over and Lake Shipp Heights on the The .lIv.r.h.irl'd Anions senator
which was sponsored by senior tddresses. The students of lakefront on the west side night, south hero of GOP .-
and their subjects ire Harry
from the annual Senior seined the lead In the
Tank" Judy ,
Hartley. "Worthy
dayThey were part of over Smith, "Enter To Learn" end early claimed count victory Tuesday the night bail ml of

graduating seniors who Chad "Golf, "Go Forth To City Rejects Bid Chamber Board a television network on computer

(Continued On Fate 5. Col. ) Serve. analysis that named him the
Other senior honor studentsto

LegionnairesSend ,._ are participate Rosalind in Hendrick the program, who For Sign At Park Sets MeetingFor closed winner But at before midnight ill Rockefeller the polls

will give the invocition
pulled even and In the early
Thomas kirk, who will extendthe morning hours took the lead on
welcome address; Mary don't think we should chine Tomorrow the basis of his northern Callfornla .
1 I Ann Osborn, who will give the polio on sign,"noting that strength.
benediction; and Pat Mcllale. commission hid turned down But a surge of votes from
1/ who will\ sing "My Tank" accompanied for request by the Lake Region The monthly meeting of the Goldwiter's Lot Angeles
To I by Linda Lockhirt. and and Country Club for Beard of Director of the Chamber stronghold sent him Into tilt
The class will be presented '! algae, of Commerce will be held lead at T a.m The senator was
by C H Ortt principal, and Actually, the eommUalcm tomorrow night at the Chamber expected to win by about 100.
Don Koehler, . left, the. diplomas will be presented >k no offlclsl aetlon. Doodler offices 000 votes out of 2 million east
elect will act si from the Win. J. area for a motion, and non According to Executive Vic the trend
by (Claud Ridley If present continued
of the delegation from pet ",,,d.. "That *a )'aIIr."' .. president At( Davis there will
right .
won supervising! principal.The be The UPI tabulation at I'40,
," h told Mod. a number of Items takenup
Frierson Nichols Legion 3)'L at annual procession of the graduates by the body ( PDT) 11 40 (EDT) gave Gold-
which will attend the will be to Elger'a "Pomp in City. .xp4t1111ed Attorney the Peter ordinance Kalo- The yearly 1 budget will receivethe water ION.trt: and Rockefeller
convention of the Florida and the WB.S43 with J1.2M
and Circumstance final precincts
reading and
ial planning had rreom approvalby
gion Department in J. recessional will be to Verdi's conceinln*; barriers H the directors counted of the M.M1 11tb.*
ville, June 47. "Triumphal M r c h." Both J je for a ali-H masonry A review of the recent meetIng date The count gave Goldw- ?
The delegates, elected it 3)t numbers will\ be played on the (W WCM tbutttng com of the Tampa (' of C Trade tar M "per cent of It* vote and
recent meeting, .organ by Millard Walker, high or eretal or Indus Htttl opera- Conferenct held last week her Rockefeller 48 per lent
,lKM for the staid school chorus director. ) ti* and. rMliHi| to e win he made, The jM00ibutty of UoUwaUi. had calmed vie.turf' .
at the post's weekly la fa. of rain or bad .iaa> ON ( qg rear and aMa, Wlolnr WVMI Tuesday Bight Adjutant er the exercises will be moved .. i4h nol|l tr M. H* Hid that filing. fh' other iMMrbjr communities the basis of i television. network .
Ashmeid will serve is to Nora Msyo Auditorium barrier would b* required will be dlicMted computer analysis. that
tary of the group, which T, ", Ihmifh tn alley or road It has 'bn announced that named him the winner before
nudes Chester ..rll..* th. comninraltl and Hi,. LsKeltnd 'h.mbtor of Commerce alt the polls closed
Laurence W. May and reA.r 1,1.. n 11.1 prn( 'ril.., IHJI ii planning' t goodwill But the senator backed off
commanders Billy ROil LBJ BoastsOf "01 ( On Page I, Col. 2)) (Continued On Pig I, Col. I) somewhat. from his victory
statement when he
en, Walter U. Bell and Ed c. arrived In
chinson. The alternates n WauMflgton by plan and
Bayless To Be learned that
Expected Rockefeller had
Ed Hendrix, Ken Duke U.S. MightNEW moved Into the lead,
Watson and Jay D. Cofer .
"We II wall until tit the returns
The automatic
city are In" before making I
from the post left today Citrus Commission Head final Judgment, he told newt,
Jacksonville They are LONDON. Conn (UPI) c men
trig Commander H. R. President Johnson sM today H* Rockefeller
merviUe who la state the United States, It stronger By JACK HSF.TTE It hid been known for torn maintained an airof
Florida. llru. Reporter lime that UM choke fur chslrmm optimum shortly before h*
t arms, J. W. Clarke then the combined might of a retired for the night In New
enth district commander, alt the nations In the history of the F Elgin Bayless of Ikobrln,. lay between BiyUss, now York lie was leading by
R, Elmo Hood, former the world. He said this Improves u.* of the big Consolidated In his first two year term, and narrow margin at the time
ret and date commander. prospects for "peace operating several Herbert Massey of Dad City, Barely an hour after the voting .
Clarke is chairman of In I speech prepared for delivery h* ua.nd acres of groves and one of the two carryovermembers ended In most of the state
picking house. .Is expected the Collins II
bulking committee, before the Toast Gu.rdArad.m from leRoy and minutes after the polls \
nounced satisfactory commencement her*. become the new chairman admlnlslrstlonIn closed In five countless Goldter **.
Johnson (hit Amtri! the Florid Citrus Commis: and
on the construction of predicted addition to Biylm appeared (I his Los Angeles .
post's $121,000 memorial can strength would continue to when It reergsnlies In a Massey, the others reippolnt- headquarters to say haseemed
on North Lake Silver grow more rapidly then the ' called meeting In ed ire George T (Tommy) to be the winner III*
and said the dedication KEITH might of ill other nalkm tomorrow morning Canon and Henry Crigg of statement was bated on I network .
He Hid United Stills' svperlorlty Gov Farrlt Bryant yester. Orlando Webb
of July 4 would be met. Minute Maid ; computer analysis. I
first order of Dr Eugenie extended over the abilIty rippulnt su. members Clarke of 1>*.. CHy and O. D. (CBS had called him tilt win.nerdr22pmPDT(10:23.
bricks his been received of Cape Hue/ to deter atomic destruction, the commission for two- (Budd,I Huff of Mclntoth :
placement in the Dr lean the ability to fight lent thin ill vartou"I'r terms The terse of the Tomorrow meeting, called pm COT), while tilt polls
(Continued On Page 5, Col. of curriculum out air strength in the stnig. ., Ml run until June 1 of for M l In. It espected to b* were still\ open In five populous
it Riverside High School: lie against subversion, dvefcifment > st yesrBsylets brief because It It general countlei ABC and NBC alto
apt Robert G. Pickering, principal of new weapons for d* ..*. hit bees chairman knowledge that Bsylers his declared him tile winner during
of Sjirssoti High, School terrenee and defense and the leg the ommiaun'f Winkle the nude turk far the chilrmmsMp the evening! hours) j
John'E Davis, principal of Venice ability of the American fightIng C participation commute It it generally bllved *- Ninety minutes after Goldwi.ler's .
z1'I High School and Robert mm was Instruments! In get
; city that Massey will remain appearance, a smiling J
C McGregor, executive secretary "Those who would answer / the tmmitMMt to .!Io- as eke chairman and Rockefeller appeared at hit
of the Sister CHy Associi- every problem with nuclear' II : * quarter.million dollars it chairman of the i Him portCoatmued New York headquarters tad V

tion of Sirisott weapons ditoliy not bravery the project over" two years, ( On Pig I, UiL I) Continued Otl Page I. Col. T)..._ I
The topic for thit wisdom but
yeir's essiy but bravado not t
contest wn "Th Foreign Btu wanton disregard for the servo NW

p1it dent in Ameriei-An Opportunity val of the world and the future Av* Junior College To Offer d
for "
Friendship of the race,, Johnson aald j
MM Keith's ettiy win be This country's military might bU I
i entered in the atonal contest allows H to take more tang! )
Prises total I U.OOO. with first bf* steps toward "peace than itmy t tI
$ prize beUI.l1ooo. Urn MAC the cold war. begat Courses In First Year
y" ; The daughter of Dr and Mri JohMon said .' '
!1 SENT W P. Keith of IMS Ninth St., "And we will welm any ...
? SE. sM has mended Winter other" proposal by any nation the ED BraND first rr iirallmfit has many ( raft Advisory Commit.
; tU6PM laves schools tine tM family wlMcti. promise. reiKttk prog- l Miff Writer. bn llm.led tl 500, but (Micftool I... have II least 10 fields of
l came here when she wit in the ret toward peace." he said Are Polk Junior Cttleg! will will b* able to handle all study already. let up,
Harris' said. ltu r . pplietntt t rr
? ld
(Continued On Pig I. Col. J) "It retires p.IIrIIt..nd IMdertindmg j 100 to ISO Bourses hi M* .
TM tour* |leading< to t degree from
college paralleled pro-
to continue thesearch I year, it ws< revealed
I le tetlfiiMl. lo offer the Polk Junior College, and WlU
ei for peace whale. our ad. t by James t Hernia, who grim
.. .. 1M be able to irmtr to a four
ll it i cil> same (outset
I In charge of rile voeittonil
verssrie to beset lit But tM
would M It one ef UwJMI yr inoiMMwi as a junIor. laIM
tw (
Hwy. 17 Closed it what w* mwf do It is whit. will I program and the eve .'* lunar year lUll....... following field' ..
Cod ."JiII(. I intend to do .** I tare school After liking H lit* (I.UgtofvMeti .. Clint Production and The President said h* hoped "Ut of course to be In- ( tare bM otsMtfc *''i. CArit Nursery MSB-
(hi* country, In a day not too ed In the evening yur *' ,. bt )Junior college .has *g_* my
By Sinkhole dMdnt, will be able to ".., I m wW be ready In about *.*r had ik. Ursi pear and mw; Agri.B MliiM; Chemical
I tide Ms iwetom power, and t weeks, Htrru aaM. too bculty .. ill wish na*>tir Technoogy, tetronle Tech
Ftondi Iftghway Patrol ba4- detect all Its genius to the bet had M...-n4* w. be of d fr* .11'.' quarters In Lakeland slid today terntetit of min P'''' I, ..., secreted. about Jsy t etn-d dxraaIea: tile 11I1. Marketing and glalrlbultontsecretarial
: that Hwy IT between Eagle Later the President ta ssi II Hum said >lit l GMt IMf4letkiM .rtm.fi of rdueaiiasi IMMer9l4 Scln .; MlfilnfTctaol I
Lake and Bartow Air Baa* was 4drM prepared for tile kellarltjg A k*'.. already ...* Pelt Junior Cottog i. cloud to .1 tritfc tM morning of a new swelesr sub *t "- *iv4 it It' atl.tt and (IMS) .the day II 33e55 iMdaert.HM dairying, and flung
for r.... *f a .Urge wak ntrlM at Grease. Ctm farmer Nee ? are MU1 < stt, U) at MM MMM **i my credit retwlv4 .beef eattt.
bate stressed the r.iattMMM* b*. t of ttt to I II per ..). "Al br l* as good as credit OriMmnlal Management In-
Trafte wit Muted irmnd UM I....) pufptMedsl pvwer and .. kvt/t sea ...,... twtitsHr M ay odser susi. tckool.ivtMM eludes .lawtocapbig and floristweek
---- area b..... at M M a SATM peaeeful PMTCOM May Mk if IM' .*... t*wol WIn b* aM to MMM Agri-Bwrtn*** It for mol
SOMETHING NEW ADDED-Th. traffic l light .t blgbwiy. pttrt dHpatrher "Thcf see dIeM who **- ,. .....," M aid AoctM of Art or___ torn phase of agricultural
Central Av*, and Third St. has s nw look, though f.. .In Le....1Id saM M .Md no ktformtiM pea freedom tad S******," lie # I ... .*..n fcav lees to. U pr.-.*., "*-.... prt4 marietta or I I.ashes for ChemicalTechnology
t hu. noticed. Th. legend blew tb.l fights has 01 tile **tet *f tMMl tU 'TtMy Mk If fear t4. .. else gay sew 6.ae'" 'bar *nil I, H*>........, pre- people who
pptrntly will be working In
or Mw hang iM te..M of beraMi to tfcwart startbopet .. iee.pa.g" Karris MM mgixtrm, pre-miaiaaUl.
the word "Mt ddd, which mn that right tarns are .... abet Bell of ewdy es.iB( plants.
.. M as
....* ., wotrfd b* ***d. for . If .., do sod buease r.area..r for
prmittd. Until 5k;. wk, all turns were b.nnd between The *Mk Bls MM *4 nvaoy nderitind our mauves for .sty ....* "'>". N work My.. ......, -Bred tl UM law ictronMi. Technology I* for
9 *-m. and 6 p.m. The chang wt ordered by City Man- tat nil reMsttod .It Ik* Wtoter pete wt sweat be awe they b* it te>. e k* U on DM yr tctiofitt tM man bIIlw..a tM OJlAHr
C to (Iron out dr;.. ( M d t On .. woc.Uonal.I..ealtt aad lilt reptlrmaa The ttc..
age, C Ryi" some *" probUmi ntana Haves area save tM earth do not miMmdersHid our iwdMUs r. oMcUBy
9.tti"9 the nw on-wy itrttt pattern quake m Minks m Mare meant of power the . of UM collage, Harris ind (Continued On Page I, Cell)

Two HAVEN FLORIDA Wednesday. June 3. t 1964

U. N. To Send The Citrus Scene Development Threat :


3 Delegates ..... By FterUa JACK Citrus GVRNBTTTfce Reporter .t f Seen In Pollution

SEASON END COMING wait to certain fate he either
To Viet NamUNITED Unless there la a fuH-bbwn part or all of their money lies GAIN .SVILLt .. Secretaryof as ovstermen commercial r.lhlD< state! Tom Adams last night
in the ".. land"figure.
miracle, with someone coming invMtory or and others can be wiped out
attacked air and water pollution
up will another 3 to 4 million of pollution"
NATIONS N. Y. as a major threat to Florida'seconomic by the trespass
boxes of oranges which are obviously May a CMMMrator were the Secretary of State said
(UPI) The Security Council not here the end of this holding, In their own fraveatorieior development. "Cltruamen and cattlemen in
Pollution caused the devI'lopm.nt -
was expected to agree today to week should see practically the under their control in Hoi by have found their
some area
of resource can
tend three of iU member to entire citrus industry packingand Ida, 37.714,000 gallon of frozen one once productive lands now con
vrlously hamper and la some
investigate border difficulties processing facilities down, concentrate: a* compared to taminated by airborne pollutants -
(dSfs completely destroy another
between Viet Nam and Cambo for all practical 44,289,000 gallons on the same ., suited
die purposes. ( i ek recourse, Adams aald. and no longer for
There will be a handful of or date last year. "The livelihood of many such these agricultural pursuits"
The 11-Dition council was angel here, one there-but with Of the May 23 carryover this Speaking at a meeting of
called into teiiion this morningto such houses at Piano Packing year 23,535,000 gallons are in "Operation DARE" sponsored
act on a resolution workedout Co. the world's biggest, down, retail sizes-that la the 6- and by the University of Florida,
In four days of private con. that Is an Indication that a week 12-oz. can. A year ago on the Wood Worker Adams told agricultural leader
sultations. The measure was from today-or June 10-the same date the retail size inventory ".'* '' '. ' *K I'tasMt1'1I from throughout the state that III

sponsored by Morocco and Ivory USDA will do some plain and wa 24,612,000 gallons- they seek to develop Florida's
Coast, the council's two African fancy "bookkeeping" and slash but in the last more or less M*; agricultural potential they can
members probably another 3 million boxes normal year, 1962, the retail Goes Berserk not limit their! responsibility to
off the current (34 million carryover on May 23 was rough agriculture alone. "For in developing -
The resolution, which would box estimate or projection for ly 36 million gaUons. { r one resource w* mustat
Inject the United Nations into oranges I am told. the same time insure that WI
the Southeast Asian turmoil Now let's take a look at what WHAT DOES THIS MEANT Kills Family do not damage another..

was a sharp stepdown from has happened to the orange concentrates I have asked several prominent He added that the urns thing
U.S. and South Vietnamese suggestions deal-or had happenedup concentrators to analyzethe applies as "we seek promote

for a U.N. peace forceto to May 23. current Inventory on con MOBILE Ala. (UFI-PolIc) and develop our Industrial po
patrol the VietnameseCambodian For that week, the state used centrates and spell out just whatIt said today a pulp wood worker tential. .for these things are

border, or a U.N. team 1,689,000 boxes of oranges for means Ar.u who had been treated recentlyfor interdependent
to survey the vaguely marked a total of 31,876,000 boxes for First of all I am told, It a nervous condition went Air and water pollution are

frontier. the season compared to an means that we will end the .,- T. ..... ----_ .", berserk Tuesday night and basically economic problems
The proposal calls for a three utilization in the same week Dec. 1 season with ( to 10 mil killed his two children wounded which "should be considered

man council mission to visit last year of 301,000 boxes for lion gallons ADULT SCHOOL. GRADUATE: .. Herbert M. Allen Sandra Allen Hazel Das' Walter his wife and then committed a part of our effort to both

both Viet Nam and Cambodiato a sesson'a total of 46,656,000 Then, It can mean that those Eugene Boyd, Nancy Brook, Mildred Broom, Lester Carter, Gweni.arver( Robert handler, suicide. fully develop and wisely conserve "
investigate the border Incidents boxes concentrators who triggered the Jr., Ella Collier\ Sue Ann Dawson, Barbara Dunbar Sandra Dee Freeman, Frankle Lee Edwin Cady, 31, was found our total natural wealth,

that led to the Cambodian For the week ending May 23 latest price cut on the box consumer Fussull, Marlin Gashaw, Margaret Hall, Delma Johnson, Hlldeth Johnson, Johnny Johnson, lying on the floor. His wife, Adams, said. Historically has been viewed headded
charge of aggression againstthe the last for which figures are size from $Z.55 per dozen Mary Ann Johnson, Mary Lacerte, Walter ...Lsndon Wilma Burton Louis, Jacqueline Lisle, Jean, 30, and children Donna primarily pollution as It is related |
United States and South available, processors had put cans FOB Florida to $2.30 Sarah McGhee, Janice McNutU. Blllie Murphy, Ronnie Murphy, Gall Phillips, Brenda Phtpps, M.. 2 and David A. Cady S, human health rather than economic to- .
Viet Nam. The mission would up 2,881,000 gallons or a season some weeks ago, are or soon Mary Pooser, Donna Ray, Cecil Roller, Jerry E. Shatter, Rachel Shaver, James sheppard, were lying in bed. health.
study ways to prevent further total of 40,961,000 gallons, will be sorry they made the Judy Townsend Sml>, Willie C. Smith, Donna Dickinson Snellgrove, Madelyn Starling, Joyce Police LL Ralph Jordan laid "Those who share the re- t
incidents, and then report to against 521,000 gallons for the move. Strickland, Gentry Taylor, Janice Thompson, Rhonda Westlake, and Florence Williams Mr. Cady managed to call police sponslbllitles of developing and

the council within 45 days. same week a year ago and a The pack Is going to be short despite the wound in her conserving the natural resources
and of 8 to 10 mil. head. She described si
last sesson's total to date of a carryover was should have a stronger voiceIn
lion gallons on Dec. 1. Is considered in fair condition in a hospital.
51,012,000 gallon. these resources "
protecting ,
Students GetCertificates This set of figure could spell by the best Informed Engineers Study New Methodist All three were shot In the Adams said
out the difference In yield ss people In the industry to be head from close range, Jordan The Secretary of Stat called
Indicated in the foregoing para. "minimal." In fact, this low a said The children died after Florida's water and atmosphere

graph. For the last report week carryover I I. not considered evena arrival at a hospital. "public resources," and be said
At Lake AlfredFor concentrators got an average of fully realistic pipeline supply Confab InLakeland Jordan said Cady had been no individual has a right to
6970 gallons of the 42 degree -that I., sufficient stock to allow Mississippi CutOffVICKSBURG treated recently for "a nervous contaminate either of them. An
perfect attendance durIng Brix (soluble sugar solids) to concentrators to stay in an condition." individual has the right to use
the past school year, pupils the 80. pound standard box "on hand" position until the new "As far at we know he bad or abuse his own property,
of Lake Alfred Elementary equivalent or an average of pack comes along. Miss (UPI) glneers estimated it would never been In trouble and had line."

School were awarded certifi 1.5674 gallons per box for the Of the 37,714,000 gallons on The possible effects of a proposed shorten the river by about 21 given no previous Indication "If w* as farmers, as Industrialists .
cates. comparable week a year ago. hand May 23 In all sizes and new cutoff on the Mississippi miler that he would be violent lie as municipalities
The awards went to the following During the comparable week a packages, Including bulk, 14- River were shown by a Engineers from the Memphisand had no police record." or other public subdivisions
:: year ago the average yield per 195,000 gallons are Intended hydraulic model In a special Vicksburg district, members LAKELAND (UPI) Bishop permit contaminants to flow
Grade 1, Charles Humes, box equivalent was 1.7305 gal either as high solids "add back" demonstration here yesterday.The of the Mississippi River James W Henley deliver the from our property into the

Sharon Crumley, Curtis Jackson Ions But here I I. the snipper to blend with next season's early controversial cutoff, near Commlskm and other Interested keynote address today at the Denison FFA public waterways, we then trespass .
and Peggy Denise McClain; the season's average yield to high acids and low solids Bessie Tenn., would require parties were on hand for the opening of the 122nd annual upon the rights of everyone
Grade 2, James King, Jr., Mary date was only 10934 gallons fruit to make the 42 degrees construction of a new channel demonstration conducted by the meeting of the Methodist affected by those poll.
Blanton, Cathy Parsons, Janice Through May 23 this year the Brix, or for chilled Juice reconstitution for the river from about one U. S. Corps of Engineers Church' Florida Conference. utants." *

Weaver, Judith Long, Sheryl concentrators paid an averageof during the summer. mile downstream from Cates A second in a series of three Another highlight of the con Holds Adams said, "therefore, as
Silver, Steven Conerly, Steven slightly over 84 cents per This latter usage is growing landing, Tenn., to IV* miles such meetings Is scheduled for ference opening was the dedication BanquetThe ,we in Florida probe for answersto
Dean and Glen Kuenzll; Grade pound solids, and for the season daily and will make heavy demands above TiptonvlUe, Tenn. En- Thursday The final demonstration of the Branscomb Memorial tomorrow's challenges, let a

3, Kenneth Harper, Richard to the same date a year on the Inventory. will be next Tuesday.Col. Auditorium at the Florida Denison Junior High us move with boldness need

Biddy, James Brooks, Russell ago that price was only slightlyover Edmund Kirby Smith Southern College chapter of the Future Farmers ed to meet them. But, let us
Cannons, Jerry Dunn, Linda 55Vt cents.THE.REAL DELAY NEW BRIX RATE Nivens NabbedByfBtAgents briefed the group on the historyof > More than 1,100 lay and of America held their first also move with caution, lest"
Messer and Mavis Marie Stafford Some months ago, at the behest the projects and what it ministerial delegates w* destroy more than we build.
were expected annual Parent and Son Banquet
of the who might accomplish in flood "DARE" I I. a comprehensive
; Grade 4, Lura Ruth Hildreth STORY concentrators control to attend the conference, .
Ktndra Johnson; Carolyn But .belieyts that said! they were aiming at a and related areas. which Monday night, study of Florida's agricultural
.thl'1.'t'rJler (represent about 575 The for thl
guest speaker occasion '
KuWll. the of higher-'quality end product the lie said engineers were look. needs throVghyear 1975.CONSERVATIVES
Jack, Wright, Rebecca: real story ,thl return to churches round"the state
Giles of .
was Jimmy
Bannister and Elisabeth growers In cooperatives aod Florida Citrus Commission ; Ing into all possibilitits In fttod JCrla4l1'1cludecUOl' discussion
adopted a regulation, effective control work and IftfaeMevWa Auburndale sixth state
Reeves furticlpatifcn plans who hevf to at the five-day conference will
Dec. 1, raising the solid or 300-foot wide 12 foot deep FFA. vies president I
Brix ratings from 42 degree to TAMPA, Fla. (UPI) A 42- navigation channel from Cairo be a proposal that a new geographical The Honorary Chapter I

44 degrees minimum. year-old man who was on the 111., to Baton Rouge. district. be created to Farmer Degree was presentedto
Florida's Weather Now, with shorter crop years FBI's "10 most-wanted" list for Klrby.Smith noted 16 previous serve the fast growing Cape Clyde V. Hsyman. The Star The Communists ere determined
ahead for some time to come, a week was in Jail today under cutoffs already had been made Kennedy area, and an annual Greenhand Award was given to dostroy entirely 1 / the three prep

I the concentrator have taken action $15.000 bond awaiting extradition along the Mississippi, shortening budget, expected to be $25 to Reed Venrlck, ion of Mr. human 'loyoHnt-to God, to country -
to get the commission to to Ohio on charges of the river by about 150 miles million. and Mrs Karl E. Venrick. and to family.' Most Americans

vacate this regulation, continuing armed robbery and shooting The demonstration showed David Walker, son of Mr and are not even aware of see Communists' .
And /News Of CropsWEATHER with Intent to kill. (lands at w.,1rIt this
with the 42 Brix product that the Bessie cut-off would Mr. David E. Walker, received -
as the minimum standard.A The FBI arrested Edward mean the town of New Madrid, Boat Classes the Public Speaking destruction ,..i"1/ .roundrhom.

SUMMARY cslities, because of decreasing higher Brix reading means Newton Nivens here yesterday Mo, would no longer be on the award .
: more solids and more solids main river channel. Under low H you want to lave the gorleus / "-
Warm soil moisture Livestock remain as he worked as a truck loader
days with generally and humane civilization ; ';
means more orsnges-It would water conditions, the New Ma- country
In mostly fair to good
abundant sunshine prevailedIn (for a furniture moving company drld harbor would have to be which wt ourselves' inherited
change the picture all the way Still Mrs Hollister
condition despite the drop In Agents said Niveni, who OpenThe
almost all areas during the constructive
round, and could encourage dredged to maintain the standard first i investigate ear
entire week. Daytime highs pasture condition. Flies are was using the name of George .
growers to produce better fruit nine foot channel and allow Wins Grantham opposition to Communism Education
reached the middle 80'. around active and bothersome. Some E. Ferguson, was not armed and
with a higher solids content ss access to river boats. u.s. Coast Guard Auxiliary is our basic; strategy
mid-week In the northern and spraying for fly control Is un well as the proper ratios of and offered no resistance. The model also showed, how. course In boating safety Store Prize truth is our only, w..p. II Is

western interior counties, The der way acids to solids. Nivens was arrested on ever, that the project would give and small boat handling got also the only' weapon which the

higher temperatures In those CITRUS; Tree vigor Is being There was quite a commotionon charges of unlawful interstate increased flood protection In the off to a good start last night Mrs Sue HoUister. 1289 Communiststor., for II enough
areas triggered some scattered adversely affected by lack this. matter of railing the light to avoid prosecution, area by lowering flood waters with 25 enrollees. Lake Howard Drive, won the people In the United States knew
local thunder showers of moisture. Shower activity Brix to 44 degrees, but now It armed robbery, and shooting about liven feet. Engineers saida Commander Alexander Warren deluxe barbecue grill, choice the truth, let Instance, ai to
The showers were quite local late In the week was beneficial Is evident that the post.freeze with intent to kill In the March similar lowering of flood levels III announced today that beef steak for five, and tie what and who ere behind the

and mostly light and many but very scattered and recovery Is not going to be sa 1, 1963, bar robbery In Toledo would occur all along the lower persons desiring to take the charcoal given last weekendby present raciof agitation; there
points In that area received light. Irrigation has been active fast as at first thought, so they Ohio. Mississippi.Some course may register and Join Pedro Crantham'i Food would not even bo any Civil' /Rights
little or no rain. Shower frequency want to back away.It firm land now coveredby Act now pending; In the Congress.
throughout the entire citrus before the beg nning U the Store
decreased southwardover Is likely that the concentrates According to agents Nivens Is water would be made use- There i is nothing send about
area. The new crop fruit charged with robbing the Phil- second class at 8 p.m., Thursday The award was given at the
the State and considerably quality committee of theprorealOra' able while other property our activities, but will/ and your
sites are excellent, but some group will ask the coff cafe of $372 at gunpoint, would be flooded. But the engineers night. end of a month long promotion materiel In a plain onvdepo' M
more than half the area groves have had abnormally Classes held each weekon that climaxed Me.
commission to hold a public and when chased by bartender said the overall advantages was prororrod and, nobody will contactyov
on the southern peninsula re heavy shed of smaller sire hearing In the matter of invalidating John Track and a customer In this regard would Tuesday and Thursday morial DayPedro unless request H. Preliminary
calved little or no rain. Muchof new fruit In past weeks Drop. or rescinding the earlier Nivens allegedly shot the customer far outweigh the disadvantages. nights until June 25 st the Grantham, owner and information you '.... Or our

the southwestern peninsulaIs page generally lessened In regulation-and Its my guess the In the stomach. The customer Tampa Electric Co., Opera operator of the store at S2D Introductory Packet postpaid for

quite dry and forest fire current week. Although tree public is going to have to wait William Reaster, recovered tions Center, 6th St. and Ave. Third St.. NW, reported that one dollar./ Or our Special Packet,
dangers Increased markedlyIn wilt I I. largely limited to some a while for a slightly better from the wound. May Report R, NW. the registration was so popular to pine you ot one a mar ado-
that area during the week young trees, many unlrrlgated concentrates This course covers the basic that the same prize pack quota understanding of our Background
Generally abundant sunshineand older groves are showing definite Following the shooting, the Released By principles of boat handlingand age will be given July 3. He methods, and purnotos
near seasonal normal temperatures sign of the hot dry BIG DOINGS bandit commandeered a car and safety on the water as pointed out that there la absolutely postpaid far Hot dollars'
prevailed through weather. 1 have just received a personal forced the driver to take him Constable wen si the interesting subjects no obligation Involved
the State on Saturday and Sunday Caretaking. other than Irrigation letter from Frank Netf, several blocks He then forced of use of the compass In the promotion. Everyone Is The lima has com who you
There were a few isolated has been somewhat retarded Information specialist for Florida fie driver from the car The The local constable' office and marine chart invited to register at anytime should find out for y.",.* .

but light showers on Sunday by the dryness Cultivation Citrus Mutual, telling me auto was later found a short served 12 warrants and 34 civil prior to July 3. The winner Address The John lirch Society

for moisture is heavy that the 1964 annual meeting of distance away papers according to a report need not be present to win lumen' Massachusetts 02171.Costlnueirs .
FIELD CROPS: Moisture Is Fertilization applications have the organization is going to be Nivens was taken before U.S. released today by Constable Stiff Sentences

needed in all field crop growing been held up and oil .sprays "interesting"-but what Frank Commissioner Paul Game Jr., Leon Thornton of Winter Haven. Show From 2 P.M.. CiFrw
areas. Droughty weatherhas cannot be generally spplled leaves out Is that "1r'D bespectacular" following his arrest yesterdayand Given 2 Youths
bond was set at 15000. More than half of the warrants
been Ideal for harvest of )
because of the dry weather TODAY a
small ,rain.. Combining of Red spider infestations con. Now. while this la mere conJecture Nlven would not Indicate if he were for worthless checks, ST. PETERSBURG (UPI) -
wheat and on my part, bolsteredby planned to fight extradition Thornton said. accused of rhra
oats is still In progress .tinue to be relatively heavy Two young men assault
but the bulk of the prior knowledge of some Agent said Nivens. who had In addition, Thornton traveled and threatening personswith SATUIDAYSo
The late type orange harvestdecreased things that have been staged been in Tampa about six weeks, to Orlando Bel Glade and harm handedthe
has been bodily were
harvested. Yield of
considerably this here la previous annual meetIngs denied his Identification when Jacksonville to bring wanted JOHN WAYNI a HIM, FONDA IOIIIT WAftNII
stiffest in the history
wheat and oats has been averaging week, as more processors I am sure that it will be arrested but later admitted his persons back to Winter Haven.V10MIVS of the sentences Court tICNAID IUITOM' IOIIIT MITCHUM
somewhat below levelaof Municipal I ot tile 4Z
UtanatlMal Sfars
closed for sesson. Many of the "sptctsculsr" Identity after agents establishedIt |Ie
a year ago. Soybean plantIng later bloom Valencia have Hate to scoop Frank on his through fingerprints. Tuesday Esteba. by Judge Henry
continues mostly in fields been picked, but much of the those attendingthe
own story but -- BEST FRIEND .
Thomas E. Adcock 22
where small grains have been real late bloom fruit 1* yet to annual meeting, and It will TIlE HAGUE. NetherlandsUPI year THE
old St Petersburg Junior College INTERNATIONALLY
harvested. Cultivation of row be harvested. Grapefruit supplies be a sellout, will get great enjoyment Bolivian Held ( ) A woman caught In student, was sentenced to I
Is active. Flue cured tobacco
crops -
continue the downward out of the entertainment -
the act of shop-lifting a fecal
430 day in jail on four count
harvest has begun in trend. portion. Getting away For SmugglingMIAMI department store bashed the of assault and one of threatening ACCLAIMED
north-central Florida. Shade VEGETABLES: The dry from the hillbilly angle Mutual house detective on the bead to do bodily harm HIT !

tobacco harvest l is in full weather that continued last will have a cut little Oriental (UPI) Milton TrlgoPsi Tuesday and escaped. But she A 13 year old unemployed I

swing, with some second priming week was becoming more and TV star, the talented Glory" of Bolivia was held in lieu left behind the dog she was laborer. David Lee Deaa. was j DARM4 P%AMUjfS

harvested. Corn Is suffering more perilous to productivity Tlu "and her happy little Tiara $15.000 bond today on charges carrying in her arm*. Police sentenced to 770' days on two THE :
from lack of moisture In This little moppet Is ss talented
of vegetable crops and melonsIn of attempting to smuggle two freed the dog and followed it counts of assault and one of LOIVGES-r
several counties. Pecan bloom Central North and West a singer and performer as straight to the woman's home I
pounds of pure cocaine Into the threatening a person with bodily
was light In many seas Florida, as temperatures were they come. And don't forget the country where she was arrested harmSUMMERTIME DAY "m>n__ ._.

LIVESTOCK AND PASTURES high and many fields have no, filet. Pas was arrested by federal ewemm4s-nowaMhit eM..Ise.sp.behr
Pasture condition declined Irrigation facilities. Shipment, narcotics and customs agents

in all areas, except a declined on all major commo- K//MOY n.R; Tuesday a* he stepped off a SPECIAL *
few extreme South Florida lo- dities. Principal crop in volume HOLLYWOODfRI Can
plane from South America.
shipment were melons, Toinaul has won the 1964 Sliver Agents said the cocaine which HAVEN DALE Drive-ln THEATRE .

ANGLINGfor potatoes, tomatoes, sweet Ribbon 11' Rome as the best had a value of $1 million on DRAPES OPIM AT 6*e PJt Pitsr SHOW AT TJI ,..*.
corn and celery Hsstlngs potatoes Italian actoc for hit role in the illegal drug market. was lJ:2: Color TONITI M4 THURSDAY Cl_
will be in light harvest rue Coniusal' Bed. bidden in a special girdr PRICEd MITE -
an invitation! to dinnerwhy this week but many. packing a..ttMy a..4 2S<< Ce spec Mites _
not put a glamorous LIGHT in c hexed . . . . . .
the Foyer. Then when he aee'i shed closed by the end bar-of ti TIME' :(:and: s.. . .
May and only very light
you in all your natural beauty, vest 1s expected after June 1, "D IAL 11:8r Havendale Cleaners WIUUM MOLDfN CAWCINI I I.
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be'U take you out TEMP. RATURE THE UOM-
Light supplies of beans Including '..H. :.. < 4S in Color
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ask bow much It PHONI 214-2041 for rka f> I DeflmyCexwor I I. :;....Uooo
us at 415 S. Florida Avenue, lima. cucumber and ,...."c.i fft 'l'l\ oat Color
in Lakeland. The name's Satta squash continue available, ;. 34rh St. OJK! Hmtw M. Iaskv.r/ "THI LOST WOUOPe9. -
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--Winter- Haven Daily News.Chlef Today's The Casualty Count ,,, Jerry WaMl1n'ml The Foreign Student- TelevisionIn

JOHN w. P.YNMSON' AMU** to M. PuWhk.rPii
.lltt>... Jelly (I.t S..urd.vl .hy .... w..,.r H.vt CommentaryBy rlnl For FriendshipBy ReviewBy

PuklfiM C... In... U* Ird tenet. N.W.. WiM.r Hara, H.rtJ.CHAS.LII Opportunity
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JACK IIAHAN A_'... Wi ., BeJtvita Prutdiit Victor PM W KATHY KEITH American student both abroad HOLLYWOOD (UPD-An er
Ett, .. The following is the essay and at home acts as a true thusiastk friend of ours
.. rF rail
I'iTEAJ-:5ULLI'IAH: AE.......... M.*.,.. nn submitted by Miss Keith Win American citizen keeping an
election to I third term hi last 111 us not long ago from Neva
- tar Haven High School senior mind and heart
NATIONAL AOVWWIN4J MP mNTAW Sundl,'. general eketloM bt open an open at two In the morning to ra\ ,

Sh.."." I Ait*./.'.., ,If*_. _._. Ch*..*. 'III" the ease of hit victory may In the 2Mh annual National True international understanding about an Andy Griffith nigh( '
High School Writing Contest be achieved only
-ET7o<.rt S..ord CUtt M.il M.N.r Sept. 4. It 24 "t tk. '.. OffiIn only signal troubled time sponsored by the VFW Auxillary through may friendship It la in this club act he had seen

Wlirt.r H...n. N..'id.. und.r .ct.f M.rtK 2. 117 head. Miss Keith's essay woo close relationship that individual Our friend I. not as good ,
Vice President Juan LeeWn, friend he before but
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the local contest sponsored by and national convictions:
,... once Pai'i close ally la the surprise at Griffith's In.
per m
MtMltR the Auxiliaiy Haya..HHritkPoet. nay be discussed with ease
\t, ''''\' ruling National Revolutionary 2i and abo the state coolest In such informal conversationsone performance la an intereatim
CIIICULATIONSActlv. Movement MNR and !hit of how
( ) now example televiewer
See story on page one. may discover that no matter
....' bittereit foe, bad promised that what his native country is, tend to forget where mans
election day would mark the he video stars came from.
MEMIER In this fast moving century, no matter what language
M.mo.r UNITED PRESS INTERNATIONAL beginning of a popular move with the other side of the world speaks no matter what race Griffith, for Instance mad

NATIONAL EDITORIAL The Unttd Pnu It ...,.I.et t. the n. meat to overthrow the Paz only hours away by Jet, with color or creed he la, there are hit name on the stage in "\"

ASSOCIATION for r.publkHion of (II loe.l ..wt print, government radio and television carrying far more similarities than differences Time For Sergeants" and ir

.d inhi.' n.wip.p.r *t well .. ell DPI! Among Communist led min voices and pictures around the between the young peo addition, Is an accomplishes

IU4 Ntwt ip.tch.t i era, who supported Lechin, and globe in seconds, the world suddenly pie of the world.Misconceptions. monologist

ADVERTISING DEADLINE university student leaden there seems erupting with the may be cleared Darny Thomas, to take another

CLASSIFIED DEPARTMENT was open talk of auaulnatkra hosts of people speaking different up and a deeper meaning example has no peer a>

ly tli* Wofd: I P.M. Prtvioui Diy l 1PM, Pr. ioui D.p The reason for Pai'a easy languages doing things in brought into focus by intelligent a nightclub storyteller an,'
L.e.I .' I PM Pr.n.ut Dy. Sunday Editio i D..dlm l Fritf.y; : victory lay in the fact that all different ways, needing different discussion There li a constant those/ who remember his earl

DISPLAY DEPARTMENT: seven oppoiltion parties, ranging things and gradual growth of changing days in Chicago can honestli
Synd.v Ed ._I P.M. Thursday: M.od.y Ed I ._1 .M. Friday, from center right to esteems Since the beginning of time Ideas and opinions Because of say they knew a tremendousstar
T... .y Ed $.-"Nn" Saturday: W.dn..d.y, Th..,...., end Friday left withdrew from the has benefited of
man always friends and discovery was being shaped television
.M. Tw. In Ad.. new
Id ti i 1 P Days nc. .
election and urged their follower when he extends his appreciation different points of view the students or no

yM..b.r Soutktrn N.wip.p.r Publ then Attoci.tlo* to abstain at the poll. and understanding of other all over the world become While some of the stars who

M.mbor Fl.nd. Pr.it AseclMI l n Variously their opposition : ;J.'oIW} 1M 41.GM.4- people The results are new more Interested and thus more came to television were previously

SUISCRIPTION RATES stemmed from charge of *. . ..... s.r..a... my ....!. at* Hntnl ...... _- pleasures in his life new Ideasto attentive For this reason everyone main headlinen suchas
ly C."!., .f Mail fraud and resentment against a ....,.MM port ...... I to.k ovtvtHt.IN. 10- think about, new foods to absorbs more through Danny Kaye, Fred MacMurray
Tara $1120: 4 ,*,,thi, 1.10: 1 ,."th.. 14.HI; I month, ILLS I ; 1961 constitutional change reversing eat, new music to enjoy, new every phase of the learning experience and Shirley Booth- great.
I Sunday, 10 .. ... rule that the r....... Sabry $*rwc. in direction. the details of
weakly. It lO"h. S ", Copi.t; Daily C.II"I| a experiences every from many came from the ranks ol

- ----TELEPHONE- -- -CT" ... 1.Ilfl' president could not succeed Because Americans originally transportation and Ideas on foodto the 'second lead," the support

himself to Lechin, charges More than 3,500,000 persons were killed or Injured In came from the Old World, they more lofty discussions on ing performer who often held a

that Pat was idling out Boliv highway accidents In 1963.Washington. are interested in the old! cultures the school system, the opposite movie together and won the audience .
ia's tin mines to the "Yankee from which our American sex and religion Every facetof away from the wooden

A Thought For Today trust" and was a "tool of Van way of life sprung But their lives la constantly hero or heroine

bee Imperialism" even though they do desire to bombarded by Impressions Television names like Jackie

U. S. Ambassador Douglas learn about another land, this Not only do the students Gleaion Phil Silvers and Mil
"According u he hath chosen (picked ut out for Henderson came under fire because WindowBy may be accomplished successfully change their attitudes about ton Berle were known on the

His own) before the foundation of the world, that ue he accompanied Pat to a only through primary other lands, but also about their club circuit or around Broadway .

should be holy (consecrated set apart for Him) and ribbon cutting ceremony at LYLE C. WILSON nappy wonderment at being a?' sources own Through expressions their of but In the movies they
understanding ideas about
for center of Knowledge brings their own
without blame him ( hit tight in love. Oruro years a sociated In a campaign in never made It big usually
before in ) Lechin strength In the tin minIng United Press International and understanding countries the students begin to winding the
-Eph. J-4 country It was proof said The stets that have grafted which the candidate never in Its turn nourishes friendship see themselves their homes man's funny sidekick leading

Let us know that God is a free Being lie chooses the opposition that the United the primary system on the machinery cost needed to ask what it would and mutual good will Such and their native lands throughnew Lucille Ball had considerablestature

States attempting to Interfere for choosing candidates was the vision of the American eyes Hopefully they will
on a basis of Ills sovereignty and absolute foreknow. in was Bolivian elections by for president of the United It la not necessary to buy Field Service which saw in the arrive at a better understanding In films, but nothing

ledge of the total individual. -Dr. Albert L. Carnett openly supporting Pat States should! proceed now to votes for( money to have an unfair exchange of students between and appreciation of theii video like what Red she Skelton was to achieve on

With the election only 48 accept all of the responsibility Impact on any election countries a way and means of own heritage and culture. was a fair
atar Jack
hours away, Lechin and former that flows from their experiment Poverty stricken elections can achieving this understanding. Traveling abroad, meeting the Benny
President Hernsn Site Zuaio in futility be unfair No money passed This is especially Important people of other lands face to Harriet Nelson, and

News Chief Editorials also a one time power In the Their further responsibility U for example In Philadelphia a among the young people of the face in their own countries bone others. were long-time radio fixtures .

MNR, launched hunger strikes to impose and to enforce a ressonable few weeks ago when Democrats world because prejudices form way of getting acquainted

which also were joined brieflyby limit on primary campaign were stealing votes from ed in the youth of 'indivldaul But it is not the only way: The closeness that many
student leaders expenditures It also rich other. are often carried throughout his for through this program youth viewers feel to television start

Tomorrow You Graduate . In mining districts electoral would be a good Idea if each But the weight of money can life. Since the malleable young from all corners of the earth makes it logical that in.person
Members of the class of 1964, you will receive registers and b a II o t. were primary state limited the cam Influence an election without citizen is most often brought may receive the opportunity for performers and skilled, human
actually paying off the voters under the Influence of those international and national understanding character actors perhaps not
psign period as some coHegei up
your diplomas tomorrow thus proving that you have burned and polling places prevented limit spring football or fratermty No one doubted In the 1960 who know very little more about without ever leav.ing so beautiful to loot at would

successfully completed high school. It is an achieve. from opening rush week presidential primary season the international scene than he home. score well on the home me.
But when the voting was
ment We could become sentimental and heap con over by whatever method of The need for slate action to that Sen. Hubert H. Humphreywas does, his impressions of people ---- dium
brutally handicapped by of other lands usually center
gratulations upon you, but we won't-we are goingto counting, it was clear that Pat Impose presidential primary
lack of funds In his primarycontests around popular sterotypesthe

welcome you into an adult world. It's a world thatis from had retained the campesinos his basic, the support peasants ground evident four rules years was ago peculiarly when with John F Kennedy. French lover, the straitlaced ON YOUR TELEVISION DIAL

While t h e Kennedy candidate Englishman, the mysterious
quite different from the more or less sheltered life to whom be bid given the Kennedy family bankroll
and clan flitted about in Arabian the thirsty
you have been leading-it's a tough world that is goIng land, the businessmen and the was unfurled and again this power American WDIO-TV WHA-TV Wm-TV WTYTT
the family airplane boy Russian the fat rich
year when another enormous poor e...... 1 c....... I Coned ChMMM
to. give you DO quarter. You either have what it army family fortune in play Humphrey jounced by bus tourist CIS NIC AIC !
had there been was CIS
Even no boycott .
takes or you tall by the wayside. Pawl margin probably From New Hampshire to This play of the sons of The International student exchange Ortw4. ,..,. Orlwtf ,..,.
grandsons of great fortunes is the only answer to
Frankly, this nation needs you. It need some would have. been around threeto California the story-of the Nelson parleying their financial luck many young people for correct.

young people who can go to college or into some typeof one be primary A. Rockefeller campaign presidential has been Into political careers to the disadvantage hag these distortions He must Wednesday NIGHT June 3
Whatever else
business with honest desire to do better may of poor but honest present his nation story with
an a job .
brightened at intervals with delighted
charged against him Pat fellow politicians Is gaining onus pride just as it is, and must .:Oo.-N.... N.w.. Speeh. N.w. W.aChar Puhe N....
than has been done. We need some young people who ls the father of the 1952 revolt little yips from Rockefeller That Is the kind of an Is also be re.pectfullDd interestedin .:15-5....., w."., W./l.r Ejjit.I.I SPYn So,,",. W'lh,
Lechin 30,000 tough miners campaign workers who ID-CIS: H.... N'C N.n ARC N... CIS
are ready to start a trend toward a cleaner better ue that Democrats would be other people and customs Nag
helped put Pas In office, never had it so good One Call U-CIS N.... N.e N.... Na..s. Wash.r CIS New.7:00Clot .
America throw this that have expected: to welcome. They There are many qualifications
off smut seems to en. fornla worker
and for time It said expressed his .
a was of good 1 exchange: an adventurous ......
should be jumping on It like a a D..h Y.Iby Ch.y.".. Lacy S"..
gulfed writing, movies and is now creeping into tele that without Lechln's support, hen on a June bug But they spirit, a desire to learn, 7:1'-1... ....... 0..11 Y.II.y Ch.y.... Lacy Sb..

vision. We need some young people who have a fierce Pat could do nothing TilE ALMANAC will not do that courtesy, tact, patience abilityto 7:3D-C1S: ..,.rt. The Virq.ia; Cwyaee The Recta

love of their country and are willing to see that var. In recent months that legend By lulled Press International It Is within the Democratic take criticism, friendliness 7:45-C1S It.,.... The Vrgiai.n" Ch.,.... .f F,......,

has been fading Lechin fought Today is Wednesday. June 3, party of the common man and ability to take responsibility I:00-CIS It.,.... Til. Vlrgiia, Lilly- Graham "U D.f...-
ious "isms" don't destroy it. bitterly against the Pat program the 155th day of 1964 with 211 of the great voting blocs on the ability in other languages, and I:IS-CIS R.Mrli Tk. Vrginian Crui.d. .f ..,."

We need young people who are ready to do thingsfor called for the lay off of to follow wrong side of the big city a above all a sense of humor. I:10-Tkrr: .p. The Virfmi.il; ; Silly Gr.Ktm .t......,

their country and not have it do things for them. 6000 miners from the swollen The moon Is at Its last quar tracks that the rich kids have High criteria In choosing exchange I,4S-Tikr.; ,t The Virginin" Criit.4 G... L.tm
payrolls, and 2.400 of them already done students are adooted for
their best Rich kids suchas
It's nation and it needs help-this is ter.The ',00-H llblllt.t Erpieap .." C.i.y HillblMl.i
your some your have been removed. morning star Is Saturn several reasons, most of which
FDR for example Averell *ill-' H II bi iii.. Etpi.n.f. .... C..., Htllklll ..
greatest opportunity and you can have a wonderful Last December the miners The evening Its Is Venus Harrlmin. Herbert II Lehman are obvious The extremely difficult ':10-One. Up. E.i...... .." Gay One Up.*

time accomplishing great deeds for it, kidnaped four Americans as On this day in historyIn the Kennedys and others standards which they must MS: A M.tt,... E.I."*.. ..;. Casey AM....... .
hoitages for two Communist 1935 the French liner Nor If the Democratic began meet are such that people meetIng
leaders arrested by the government mandie made her maiden voyage foul party these standards would ordinarily 10::00- C.,el lurnH lilly fir.k.n Ch.ckm.t. C.,., ..,..$
At the last moment across the Atlantic In four hollering against big be expected to be leaders 10:1 IS-One. Up.* Cr...da Ch.ckm.f. One. Up.*
The Junior College spending rich kids they might 10:10- A M.ftr.w I lly ftr.k.n Ck.ckn.t. M. .
. A Nrau
Lechin backed down and 42 seconds their countries
Only days days, 11 hours in own
find themselves clobbering one 'It,4S- C.r.l ...,..... Crui.d. Ck.ckm.l. C.r.1 Lenin
Despite some rather senseless squabbling abouta before the election Lechin challenged establishing a new record of their own and they wouldn For this reason it Is of the

permanent location for the Polk County Junior College Pat to a duel Paz In 1937 the Duke of Windsor, want to do that President utmost importance that the II| :00-N.wt N.... $pt. Wfr N.wtlin. N.w., Span
shrugged It off. formerly King Edward VIII of 11:11' -St.r+i. W.k.r T.ni9kt Sk.w Et.ri.l W.".. Wtk.r, It.rl.l,
it will open its doors for business this fall. It Since 19S2, Bolivia has received Great Britain, was married to Johnson could mount a pretty The Channel Swim: Ray Bol 11:10-Tk...,. .' T..I.ht Sk.w Ut. 5k.. s..",,". tLit.
well heeled
will be housed on a temporary basis at the Bartow more than 1300 million Mrs Wallis Warfield Simpson anytime campaign. The Rockefellers anywhere .- ger hosts NBC-TVs Telephone 11145-| Stan T.nh Sk.w Sh.. Surfild. i

in U. S aid and it still is not of Baltimore Hour" June It, and Enroll Garner '
Air Base until the final location has been chosen Dr spent a lot of political mon
of In 1940. the Allied evacuationat Thursday MORNING June 4
a picture democracy in ae Is a guest Debbie Rey.
this but it all came
Fred T. Lenfesty, its president, has gathered togethera lion, but the United States alsoIs Dunkerque France which from ey their year small change pock acids Is scheduled to appear

fine staff Those wishing to enter can now sign learning that in Latin Amer began on May 21, was completed eta and they won't miss It. later this month on the second 7:00-W.k..U, Today Sh.w G.... Day

for various courses. lea democracy does not always Sen Barry Goldwater is no of Meredith Willton's three 7:11M..I.;.. T..y Sh.w N... '".... Day
grow In the U. S. Image Andin In 1963, Pope John XXIII diedat summer specials for CBS.TV. 7lo-W..U, T.d.y St.. Michia Eve,. Geed Day
This college\ is going to be a tremendous boon to the meantime, Pat la giving the age of It after a lengthy Rocky pauper either he undoubtedly, although against felt f the first airs Thursday 7,41M..I.. T..y Sh.w Miekia E.... '".... Day

the students of Polk county and especially those who Bolivia a workabe government illness money pinch Nonetheless a lid Gov William Scranton, posslble Oo-c..I" T..y Sh.w Mid';. has Coo" ;"

wish to further their education on limited financesand should be put on primary GOP presidential candidate, ':11K...,.... Today Shaw Mickl. I..... K....'..
ls Interviewed Sunday on CBS- Io-c..i";" Tahy Sh.w Cart.nvlll C.p.&a
spending. It U a job for the
stay here at home. states, TV's "Face The Nation" :41- Kag. ..a T.d.y Sh.w c.rt..m. K.....,..
ACROSS 53. Feat U. Rational :\
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. City Rejects Bid For Sign Breaks Goldwater Gels 51 Per Cent .

Kiwanis Wins Bitter Bryant
Told (Ceatoaued Frew Page One) with the city. Mayor Danttlor Salinger (ConUaued From Pep OM) Jamie L. Whittan and outdistan-John i iWilliams II<> ,
easily "
said had installed MM said "the show isn't over Hat
would not be required when the !
canrtllla"M '
commercial building was constructed irrigation)'. m st the requestof headquarters reported he would. three other Negro
Ground For &e..
Of McDonald'sBurger on the lot line. The the city, and Commissioner Fight For NominationSAN have nothing more to say tialiithis Senate Democratic let't
ordinance "In no way would Tom Turnbull explained that the defe.
Mike\ Mansfield easily i'
affect preMot setback requirements Installation was desirable, sod Whatever the final outeasM, .
," he said.Commissioner. that Perry's fault was In not neither candidate could claim a hit oppoeition\ to win renomm.tian !
promptly announced: -even before Prison CenterLAKE in the Montana prim,,,n
Stores Hill said If getting the commission's approval. FRANCISCO I UPI) resounding mandate from theRepubiieans '
he claimed] total victor MsnsfteW took ahied
chomping of California
masonry barriers were erected Pierre Salinger, cigar
all over town "they can be It then developed that Parry former aide to two presidents,, over Alas Cranston, balding 49 BUTLER (/t'Pil) (;," Goldwater. had concentratedhis over attorney Joseph" !

The Winter Haven Klwanis mighty ugly," and Mrs. Miller was paying off the coat of the swept to victory: in a bitter year-old. state controller Fsrris Bryant broke the ground campaign in Southern California Monaghan of Butte in n '

Club yesterday beard Vernon agreed. Mayor Dantcler _tel project at about $3,000 a year fight for the Democratic: nomination Salinger apparently felt that Tuesday let a IS 2 million re particularly in Loa Am- tabulations and his marx ."

Vineyard, bead of Flo-Mac Industrtes he thought some protective barrier Instead of $6,000 which the for U.S senator In Cali a personal appearance in the replica classification and medi plea County which containa 4. victory gradually widened!'

describe the ,opera was necessary, but he was agreement calls for. The crigteal fornia'a primary election troubled Far East would widen cat center for the Hate's prison per cent of the Republican yoke the vote count proceeded [lit
tlon of the McDonald hambur- In mvor of letting the board of project had been cut la half Tying securely to the memoryof his knowledge\ of International system. in the state ..alt'alwo Incumbent cnngrt"..

tr outlets which this company adjustment decide what It should when the city offered the site the late President John F.Kennedy affairs But he refused to dab The fleet phase of construe The returns indicated that Mestrategy men, Democrat Arnold 01"MId i

run, Includinc the one in Winter be. for the Polk County Junior College. in his campaign Sal orate on hit reasons for the tines will be en the reception and had paid off When Republican James F Bat

Haven.Vineyard. Mrs. Frank Boyd meea a* inger faced a November fight trip. claasrfteatton renter' portion of about half of the Los Ang 4ea tie had no primary opposii :,,n

described the Impassioned plea far action on Mayor Dantcler pouted out with actor George Murphy a It war Salinger1 first bid for the fadlrty. County vote had been counted sad neither did Republican Oov

growth of the nationwide McDonald what she called "a serious that according to the agreement. conservative Republican political office and he went into All male Moos sentenced to he had built up a lead of 7V.OM Tim Babcock On the Demieratk ,

chain and of the Florida issue, long overdue." She said Perry was to.morllzl'tlltproJ..et President Lyndon B. Johnson the election at at underdog state prison will be received vole in that county alone. aide In the gubernatorial
operation. she bad received complaints But he had battled fiercely Dr Roland R Renne f 'r
many race
at $6,000 a year and the called hit 38.year-old former here and classified at to the Rockefeller ran ahead In
Hi showed slides Illustrating and had a large lie of city was to waive his SS.OOO to congratulatehim since resigning at Johnson'a prison whiafl would bent tun northern California Complete mer prealdent of Montana State

how ree.archgoes into assuring( photographs Illustrating bad annual rental for the term ot the press secretary in press secretary on the final their rehabilitation needs returns from San Franelaeo College who resigned as IJ.M '

quality food and efficient aer- situations. loan With Perry paying off only on the Mrs.victory John Tuesday's F Kennedy day for entering the primary The governor said the ground County showed him with a lead ant secretary of agriculture n,

vice.The Kalogrldis was asked to revise $3,000, the city Is financing a primary.widow of the late Democratic Gov Edmund G was broken "on behalf of all of almost 1 to I lover GeMwa- run for the nomination edgy'
local office handles more the ordinance so that the disproportionate share, Dantsl- president Brown already had gone on whose warped minds and ter, and he also led in the populous Mike Kuchera of Billings.
than half a million dollars in adjustment board would be given er said.-two-thirds Instead of telephoned."I'm record giving his "wholeheert twisted spirits have caused suburban counties around South DakotaAn

payroll of which more than latitude on what kind of a on-third. considering" going to ed" support to Cranston, who them to loss their way In the San Francisco uncommitted slate of dale

$150,000 Is for employee In the barrier should be required Perry will be directed to step Southeast Ails, Salinger also gained backing from the hop and with the prayer thaiIt In the three largest farm fates to the Republican Nation'

Winter Haven area, he aid City Manager C.C. Ryan was up the payments or the agreement politically potent California Labor will be the rod and the did counties In the San Joaquin at Convention defeated a slate

Vineyard was Introduced by asked to draw up a feasibility will be revised, It was Bob HollmeyerContinued Federation (AFL-CIO) and which will lead them hack to Valley Rockefeller led In two pledged to Sen. Barry Gold.

Andy Ireland program chair. report for the next meeting on decided. Turnbull said he the huge California Democratic righteousnesi." and GoMwater In the other water In Tuesday1 South Dakota ,

man James W. Gary presided the widening of South Lake Howard "didn't think (there would be any ( From Page One) Council, the nation's largest In his brief remarks, Bryant While the Republicans were primary Gov. Archie Cub-

Drive. Mayor Dantcler difficulty In straightening this volunteer political organliation paid tribute to the brad leader of the uncommlt
e e i v e d scholarships and project it ,engaged/ In their party splitting
said he would like to know It out." awards lilt night\ In winning nomination for the evidence of an awakening aocial row, California Democrats had ted group, said he would not

1 186 6 GraduateAt It was feasible towtden the road Senate seat held by ailing Democrat consciousness which hat at last tome primary contests, too. rule out Goldwater as the
two feet on each side and resurface Directors of the Memorial filed
Clair Engle, 52. recuper sufficient value on the Rockefeller TT choice of his delegation how
the road, rebuilding Fund voted the award to Holl- sting from his second brain opera least of our brethren to mike supporter won ever. He said the delegates

built.sections that needed to be re- C. C. Street Is meyer' on the basin of threegeneral lion In eight months, Salinger It worthwhile that they be tea of Convention the U Republican delegate posts National at who will be fasting the sttte'i

criteria which markedthe cued for their lake.
defeated 11 other Democrats own 14 convention votes were unfamiliar
In New York
Brigham He said that if this was feasible outstanding leadership iktue Tuesday'
Including Engle The veteran with any other candidate -
with the five others
it might suit the city'spurposes and citizenship In school participation lawmaker pulled out too late primary ." In the at.t.'. gubernt-
to uncommitted deleuatet.
in view of the fact going
"Good Citizenship" was the that rebuilding the entire drive Publicity Headc. church affairs In community and grades and and for his name to be removed Three EscapeesAre \ New York't remaining tonal race, Republican Lt Gov
from the ballot.Murphy's Kilt Doe was ahead of challenger
theme of 10 convention delegates will be
graduation exercise would be "a big, expensive test scores. RecapturedLINCOLN.
this morning at brigham Elementary project" win came at no ihoten it the slate convention Sigurd) Anderson and on the

, School in which 186 Ryan was also asked to geta C. Street executive director The fund wt established to surprise lie had been highly Neb. (turn) later On the Democratic tide, Democratic tide John Lindley

sixth graders were honored. report on the status of the of the Bartow Chamber of give monetary help to worthy favored to defeat the two other Three Inmates of the state penitentiary New York Mayor Robert F former lieutenant governor,

proposed extension of the Commerce today was elected students needing aid In furthering candidate on the ballot-fmanclrr one a convicted killer Wtgner t possible vice pretldentlal held a commanding lead over
The welcome given by their education. Leland Kaiser M and for Merton Tlce. a municipal Judge.
was Eaton Park-Winter Haven road president of the Polk County were back behind bars today running mate for President

Neal Saxon, Lorraine Coordi,, which now ends at Pecker Advertising and Publicity Com Lilt night Hollmeyer alsoreceived mer Kansas Gov Fred Hall, 47 after a short bid ftr freedom Johnson In November won

Sandy Long and Leslie Baker,, Highway, Into the city. mission at Its annual meetingat the Student Council trying a political comebackThe Prison officials Immediately a preitlgout victory when Jonathan

and the prayer was given by The commission authorized the Haven Hotel Award and the DAB Award. latest UPI tally gave this blamed the Monday night escape B Bingham upset Bronx Florida Man

Barbara Shirit, Robbie the final payment for engineerIng Street, who has been serving Other swards and scholar- vote: on negligence on the partof political boat Rep Charles A.

Shores, and the Brigham Glee and installation of the as secretary of the commission, ships, and their recipient, DemO<'raUe--Salinaer 843.U2, a guard When called In fur liurkley, I 1) N.Y who Wit running

Club, under the direction of Irrigation system at the Winter succeeds Wilbur Bell of Hainei were at follow: Student Council Cranston 597,833. CngTe 82.87J questioning the guard resigned fur nomination to hit ISIh

Mn. Mary Nell Corle)'. Haven Golf Course, Including City. Service Award, David and pension promoter George term In Conireii Wtgner had Dies In CrashWEST

$1,640 for work not authorizedby Grady Courtney of Fort Meade Okula; Leadership Award Mr Lain ...,.292.Republit.nMurph. The first escapee to be cap- backed Bingham against Buckley .

Ten short addresses relatedto the commission though given was named vice president replacing Tommy Kirk: Rotary ClubOut.t.ndln )' J43.297, lured and the moat dangerous an old political foe In an
good citizenship were given the go-ahead by Bill Perry, Frank Contway of Lake Service Award, Kaiser 388.T30, flail 142.S31 was Harry Benjamin Harrison election sidelight! onetime HAMPTON BEACH
by members of the class golf course << 11.11 boat Carmine N.Y. (UPI-Two cart smashed
manager Wale and Robert Rhinehart of Chad Coff Special Service 14, Omaha Harrison was sentenced Tammany .
They were, Judy Been, "Gov. City Manager Ryan recommended Winter Haven took Street' Award Walter G e. s ,1; Missing Boy'sBody to life Imprisonment on De Saplo went down to defeatIn head- n on a fog ahrouded Long

ernment of the People, By the paying the entire bill. place a* tecretarytreaiurerRhinehart W.C.T.U Art Potter Contest a second degree murder hit comeback bid for minor Island highway today killing a

People and For the People;" The work was done, he said who I.1 executive to Donna Lock first place and FoundAVON charge in IK for the butcher party office. West Palm Beach man and

Cindy Sweet "The Four Freedoms and the contractor would digIt director of the Polk County Development Darlene Chllholm, honorable knife alaylng of another Omaha ALABAMA\ three others
up if It weren't paid for. Six incumbents and Two of the dead were airmen.
; Cathy Bernthal Board, announcedthat mention F.F.A. Star Chapter PARK (UPI!) Two man. t newcomer -
"What America Meant ToMe He pointed out that Perry would act of 100 ; won nomination to Con- AIM killed was Robert N.
he It
acquiring t Farmer, C. L. Thornhlll. fishermen round the body of Captured later in the day by
; Anna Kanavel, "The pay for It eventually, In accordance color slides to tell the story of Publlx Award for Most Outstanding a mining youngster Tuesday the Nebraska safely patrol great in Alabama1 Democratic llanford SO, of West Palm

'Greateit Gift:" Cecilia Kern with his agreement Florida'i and Polk County participation Senior In Home night on the shoreline of Lake were William R. O'K.'lly 24, primary Tuesday but veteran heath

"What Can I Do For My Country In the New York Economic, Rosemary Brown; Tulane near this west central Denser, and Milton Schooler, Rep. Carl Elliott: U.Ala, a p. The fourth fatality wan not

;" Sharon Moore. "Our World't Fair He will show Ultle Studio Lennox China Florida town Jl, Dakota City Neb O'Kelly patently wan the loser to State Identified Immediately

Flag;" Deborah Darrow and New York them to civic and service organization Table-setting Contest, Cathy An autopsy was ordered on was tervlng a burglar:; term, Sen. John. Tyson of Mobile In a driven llanford by Fontaine was killed S, In Watkins a car,
Edu *. the remains of whilv Schooler was tilting out law-msn out race lor the eighth
John Eycleshimer. "Why Miller, Betty Crocker Award, Kenny Garren 14, of Palm Death Watkins was
cation Will Be of Value to Me Rhinehart/ also said that a traveling Clench Grid: F.HA, Awards, T, who vanished May 23 from a rol>nery sentenceHospital numlnatkm Elliott a congressman
Bice, Polk County booth \isavailable his home the lake ---- -- aiml l III', was accused by Injured. _
In My Future, Lynn date degree winners Beverly near +
Stock ReportNEW to banks hotels, Tyson of being liberal, an un
"The Statue of Ubedty; Boyd and Linda Welborn; Highland County Sheriff Bro- Now
civic organizations that have a popular designation in ronaer Chamber Board
Christina Walkowlik, "Why I I Chorus Awards Beverly Cat. ward Coker laid there was no Alabama RcnomlnattU
and "Steve large number of vliiton and rett and Orrln Walker Band 1m medial* evidence'\ br( ouj) Native "
Love 'America11 \ One
; HOSPITAL NEWS Rep. George Andrews, (ContinuW From Page )
YOK (UPI) Middaystock customert The 121'*p1.1'| eight and were
Ff@lIEom. Awards Ralph Diaz Jllay
Franl-'T/DC More / prices: by eight feet ..r........, IVUi "Y'H ADMISMONi> George Grant, Gtorge llud'Ue- > dfnneV the litter part of the

The glee dub also renderedthe American Can Co. 44H" There was a ''gnieral ducut- Yvonne Kodgei.Awards Pam Cannes Wlaler Haven stun, Hob Jones, Kenneth Rob- month! More Information will

Pledge of Allegiance and American Hardware 52V4 lion about the trees the Florid and D A.R.Hollmeyer Pilot ClubSt'hol.rahlp. Junior CollegeContinued Mrs Clifford Hill, Mrt Dudley free and Armlitetd I. SeMen' he given at tomorrow' meetIng .

"America The BeautiluL"Special American Motor 13% State Turnpike Authority had Charlotte; Brown: ( From Page One) R Blevlnt, C H. Raynor, Jr. Stile Sen. George Hawkins
recognition was give American Sugar 20 planted in front of signs on the Danforth Award, Sue Crowell Ironies) technician !I. a troubleshooter U. Leslie Carson Miss Margaret of Gsdsden won nomination lo The states of tile Polk Junior

en to Lorraine Coords for perfect . American T 4 T 137fc Sunshine Parkway advertising and John Brook PEO. Engliah who can build and find Ann Cruwky Mn. Krvln: the seat being vacated by retiring College< will be liven It wit

school attendance at Brigham American Tobacco 32Vt Central and the West Coast of Award. Margaret Norman the trouble !In circuits, and can E DtTlmne, Lewis J \Hermann Rep Albert Rains, pointed out thai the school will

for lit years Anaconda Copper 41% Florida. Forty-two persons appeared Faculty Service Awards carry out the mglnoer's ideas Carlos II, McCncken, Mississippi open Bonn at the temporary site,
The citizenship: medals were Atlantic Coast Line 71Vt before the turnpike auth ; Smith. Sara Frtnti, Ray The Marketing and tHntrlbu Mrt J, T. I Luke Mn Fred Sen John C Stennlt and fivetwigreumen the Barlow Air Base, and that

won by Cathy Tripp and Babcock & Wilcox 27H ority in Orlando lilt month to Judy Bluett I and Chad Goff: lion program Is to teach r.. Scott, Richard\ Hart AlbertN won renomlnallun Winter Haven should do everything

Richard Savant The best speller Bendix Corp. 44 protest the plantings A.AUW Art Awards, Mirgtret tailing and wholesaling only It Jackson, John Edwin Hunt, In Mlailstlppr Democratic prl possible. to give It I good

awards went to Cathy Borden Food T2<* It was reported by John W Norman Glenda Grist will not be like the high school Stephen' R. Whitley, Mice Jennie miry Tuesday The contests start

Tripp first place; and Kirk Briggk Manufacturing Co. 6Vt Dillm that llaydon Burnt Democratic David Okuls. Barbara Boyd DCT program although tt will ......,. featured the largest number of John Workman, chairman of

Hallman. runnerup. UurUneton Industries 48'4 nominee for governor and Susan Tetretult; Year be a co-operative program.i u- Avburndile" Negro candidates for major of the Congressional Action Com

A short talk on "My SchoolDays Carolina Power k Light T4% had telegraphed the Orange book Award. Patsy Hlgglnt, dents will work up to 80 hoursa Thomas E Mann Leroy Wai flee In the tegregitlonlsl dale mlttee will give a resume of

At Brigham" was given Chesapeake and Ohio 7644 Blossom Trail Association that Nttkmal Math Contest Award week. and go la school up lUll John D Culverhouse since Reconctructiun days Rep the recent work of his committee

by Debbie Beasley and the Chrysler Corp. 47% removal of the trees would have HartleyMathematics to 11 hours a week. Csrlus O. Henderson.llahset William M. Calmer the T4 year- relative to pending legislation \

program was concluded with Cities Service Oil Co 1944. hit "favorable consideration." Harry Medal Barbara All of these will be terminal City old dean of the .t.I.'. House on the national icile,,

thanks and farewell by Susan Coca-Col. 126'4 The commission, which It an Bond Ridge Art Aitoclt- program, The student can go Woodrow Hall, Mrs. CliffordE detection/ had (the stiffest competition Another Interesting report
and Cathy Tripp. Colgate.Palmollve Co. 45% advisory body for the board of Outstanding; Senior Art from them directly to a Job Swain Mrs. Park C, Really but managed/ to turn that will be given I I. the artivItiei
Baugh tlon
Cone Mills 11111.Con"nent.1 county commiiikmert, recessed student Award. FU Ju.... or he can go on to another Mrs. Texas Carter, back Eddie, Khyit of Mesa of the Promotion Committee

Can 50% until Sept T. Honor Society Certificate Institution. Lake Wales Point, a banker and father of
Curtis Wright 1874 National of Honor Rosalind "We don't really like to esll Willie II CrewtWtarhult. two professional foothill play Vice prtsWent Albert Griffin

United Okays Douglas Aircraft 1374 Hendrlckion\ Jessie Rlgsby; thorn 'termlnsl programs.' en, and the Rev John Cameron will conduct the meeting In the
Dow Chemical T04tI LegionnairesContinued Scholarship Judy Tapley, Harris said, "bttca_ learning Mrt. William T MuleayRtrtow of llatlleaburg. I Negro absence of President Arnold
25T never .tc'lM" Silver, who I I. hospitalized
Du Pont Auxiliary Essay ConS clergyman In t holly contested M
314 ( From Page One) VF.W All of these programs were Mel Reynoldi.
Eastern Air Unes Keith, first and race Sen Slennli and Rept Kentucky
still teat, Kathy set with the help of Craft Lake Wile
DriveAt Eastman Kodak 13" lobby. These bricks are and Martha up
Ford Motor Co $2% available at a cost of $129 each Charles honorable Dry mention, Advisory CommKi.***. A Craft Mrs Ellen 0, Storey
Winder, Advisory Commit! ,la a group
5074 Waverly
General Electric and Legionnaires and others National Foundation
86% Local Elk usually madeupof five to seven Michael Ilevln
General Motors are urged to purchase them. Bond SAFE
of the Award, Barbara who some Are Your Valuables
a recent meeting General Telephone 31" The post Instructed Ash- Proctor people represent Caglv I ate How
and JoAnn
of the Chad Ooff, of Industry in the county.
Executive Committee 64% phase Mn lasses L Welsh
Pacific Corp.
Georgia mead to writ letter of appreciation Merit Award. Elaine
United Given' Fund a resolution Goodrich ubber 5IiI' : These committees help the Daadee>>
to the Rev AUlu.tBemth.l. MiMI McDuff,
was drawn up approvingand Goodyear ubber 4111a speaker at the Memorial Patterson Tetretult. Barbara college administration Mer-" Mrs Ralph W Hampton
Susan what court art
the current 57Y mil Jest TfKMMY'S: PUMIMAIJI
endorsing capital Gulf Oil Corp.
Day service tt Lakeside Ray 8I..tt, F1I
of the 511'4 Swindell. needed, and what type of !teals- Winter llsvesj
purpose campaign Illinois Central Memorial Park last Saturday David Htrrell and .
Jesse, leg employers want new employ
Hospital. Mills J4% Mrs Charles Atkinson John
Haven Head
Winter Indian to Hood master of Welha.Southern .
a* Wilbur . tohave Harris upl.lned -
Mia Kristine
said 15'4Interchemlcal Cody Orsnqulst,
President Albert Griffin International Harfuter and
ceremonies and to Koehler Scholarship "we are trying to gear the Donald Howard
4344 Baby Baby
that his committee members : Corp and Schoonover for arrangingthe Research Foundation, tpon- curriculum' to the n.*ds of the lleward, Mrs A W Keiso I
79% harry
that this was a needed ex- international Nickel
felt F E A.. Rhonda
event. Summervill com toted by community.
1474Jchna Jr and Infant daughter, L
the growing facility International t t
pinion for Scholarship the e..re..a.b4 e
$7Kennecou mented with appreciation on Witt; D Marshall Matter Eddie
to handle the cases of our Manville the widespread display' of and Research Foundation, for ars rprl* Colleg.ofn
10'" Mehrtuit, Mrs Bobby Morphlt,
expanding community.Best Copper Senior Class dale asked a pr\.rMt ar...
American flags throughout .
3074Uggett Mcrrteil Mrs WMItm P Mullms Mister
wishes were extended Kroazer Co. Sherry ; David K. rancher what short courses he
He the hope
Tobacco 73)4Lockbeed area. expressed David K O.i>orn Mn Mel
hospital committee now I Myers Award HollmeyerThe wasted the sehonl to offer tar
to the .
Aircraft 3344Lontlard that Frieraon Nichols: might ..n Perry. Mrs Thomas 0, Rut
for the fall senior graduatingwith hla ranch bands to u k..
forming the plans 15
I yI
with HaynesHedrkk -
Tobacco 4374 "get together" ledge and intent daughter Heny -
drive for funds.Baylcss Merck i Co. 3574 VFW Poet in future highest honors received These course would DOt be l I... Jmith.
their gold ttttels. They were, for credit but wale be d.<
Middle South Utilities 4344 and arrange for a Joint Memorial Eagle like
Monsanto Chemical n'4 Day observance rather Barbara Bond Marvin Bur- dined l to help the man do Me Mrs BoMHe I'I Bass Mr.,

Expect Montgomery Ward 3314Naisooal than ban two separates UM delta Chad Golf, Harry H.rt.lel. )ob bei*r. The first court W R. Beanell and Infant son
Rotalind Hendrkkson. asked for had **.
Gypsum 45 tame day at occurred this | the rancher Lake Alfred I m'IUO
(Continued From Page One) Paramount Pictures IT year Sty Hoenibel. Fred Keller, sag to do with rtlttsff cattle, Mrs Thomas F. Evans: KennUi -
TW $174Pennsylvania \ The also Pat Me Hale. Margaret Nornun. or doctoring them or f*..Mg Manse, Mrs, Jamet A.
committee. J. C. PeDIII port appreciation .
ant budget Ann Osbora, $3ain.Patterson far pssMres,
Mary tko, or caring
3144 Price and laf eommitee now has the talk of ailro.d to North Gate, Iris Selrsh, Judy
or msrtHtageatifc.Theeourse JONESi
1.1I.t Cola Bottling $444 Southeast Plata and downtown Ktebard/ J WalxXIIlilaef
that "Just Pepsi and
finding money Smith Sharon Sparrow, he asked tor was *aaUh.Tb .
in s.ghf, according to Massey Philip Morris 10 merchant for closing their Rhonda WKt reason Is *..*.... They ., A.1 It* VMS I .*.
G I I.
for several projecta. one of Phillips Petroleum 4544epublie stores for the observance. A spedtl contribution to the s.4t a great many bead ",f cat. Mrs. Gaston er k.. N, Steel 64Rtynulds fund W. Mailer. IN' IMI VAULT *U sated., Need) ... H.
which Is s proposed $100.000 Winter listen Memorial tie to Latin Anwrlean aiwl axilA ,..,.. ....
Tobacco 43Seaboard ". ta ace a her. I.e H i.4. t .. *"VI ,
pro golf tourney All Line 4744 Kathy Keith wit made la honor of UM **rMi> buyers, and ih twould Jinente C. K'Iley. Mrs Wii- I I. H . |Iset a b.aeh! ( c.e.". H* .MH
There It considerable doubt Roebuck 113Stocliit dan of 'M by the Exchange Just like to fc. able to son C Meftde '. Mr D Ckh.ak. a s.fe l J M.'. k** .:Mm*'ha. like( ltd.7pt .
could enter Sears BankFLORIDA talk with tM. buyers sad
that the commisiioa 4744Sococy (Continued from Page One) National .
Refining what they are talk
"risk cspltsl" understand
Into this : Mobil pSoulhera sixth grade. She has been acthe steel what tk-r are InbMng Dane peel
project Previous rulings on Company S5Souther0 In the Girl Scouts hiving STOCK at tog eattte. Mrs ...... nu.eell U"UI
commitpartipaU rxllrttV'
the Natural Gas IS% bees one of two U S. scouts Here are Mw I p m raisingson
even in assured' "break even Sperry Raid 3544Stasdird to fo to Pikistia last year Florid stork st reported

have bees segr 011 au.) $5Suebakef ,.. for si interaaUocal encamp- by Francs I ouPwH and Ce

UvVbotTfrom the TCCi own 174 meat She Is an honor student Air Control 51* 9,. fJtiJ e J:.uc

counsel and from the attorney Sunray DX )0 la the graduating last, and Tampa Deetrie 24%

general1 office Swift t Co. IJ% plans to enter Sweet Briar College Honda Telephone 27* Ctiiropracler

Another meeting of the com Texaco IDe. TI'4 V*. Plant Industries >to aMAovncai mLti| |
millioll c.a be anUctp.tedIOmetilDl : Tease Gulf Sulphur 12uUwoe i

alter Juna It Ute Carbide Corp. 54NV For BUILDING MATERIALS CiH CY 3.3139 change ef .lId... and opening a'' *bin
date of the nut official pro- I. PIpe 20
effeg.i at
1MS crop 4574. new
ol the U S. Rubber
4.gM a
which\ van determine how U L Steel IS% I : 1 510 St.th: Sheet, S.L vas A1".E.uCANNA.TIONLL"
current budget w* Warner Broi. P\ctarH\ 15% p:1-1 RANKS
mud the be sad Met 01 tI1tt western VaioeWestinghouse J Siesta ....... .. Cy,.... c.,4.M toed
bays ifseceasar All Brake 3344WestmghoQie .. r ,-mn a.a..r was
to come --
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CY J."
espeeted ""
amt II Hour by ..ppeirtmepth.ne
) from the carry .1fttric phi I Bagwell Building Supply ;

ever klw the sect ",100.I .

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WINTER HAVEN DAILY NEWS Wednesday, June 3 ". ,

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[The Weather-Local, State And National I ITo New York PledgesWar r: : I

eH On Negro Gangs : I t..

t. By IMted. Frees. MerMtteaalNew bond each on trespass and no- .- 'Jft': 'w'h
; p York Mayor Robert F desirable guest charges .
7 Wagner has pledged IS millionto Jackass, Miss: Four Negro f
add 900 more men to the candidates in Tuesday Miasis f i n .,t. ;. I H
city'. police force In an all-out ippi Democratic primary were Y f"M'ik :.: .1\

war against roving Negro terroriit soundly defeated by white incumbents K ", I r ; w hr
gangs'We It was the first turn* .. -- 'f-
arc determined to see Negroes bad run for general of.
that we have law and order in ices In the state since Recon
this city of ours" Wagner Mid itructkm daya Three sought 1
after an emergency meeting congressional seat; the fourth
Tuesday with top city official the United StateaSenateNikita .
alarmed over weekend incidents

In which whites were attackedin GRADUATES kindergarten commencement was held In the chapel Immanuel Luth.
aubwayi and on the streets Sees Bran Kindergarten Friday evening The class, from left, seated, David Pace, Andrea O'Berry -
by Negro gang armed with Hobble Smith, Ronnie Whldden, Kim Pewltt!, Beverly Pope, Mary Kay Smith, Mike Prathcr .
knives and bottle Lynn Owens, Marilyn Clevenger, and Debbie AlbrItton; standing, "tddle Pasternak, lon I
,.. uTHUNDER5HOWR8. The situation in the nation' Houston, Marc Dryden Larry Lewis, Randy Broom, Mahlon Davidson, Buck Barnhtll Sali.
S Sr14WeQ3 / 1 largest city has become so de*' No DangerOver Jo Long, Jay McCoy Kelly Morgan Jimmy Con Jane Pettlgrew. Joy West, Brent Wagmat,,
petals that one newspaper the and Karl Uranick The teacher the Rev. Richard C. Kuenne, pastor
World,Telegram and Sun has
t -1-& IfI suggested that citizens may KIIStD! TO DEATII"BOURNEMOUTII
L soon be forced to travel in BerlinMOSCOW Enjjj( ,
I armed groups for safety Arch Masons Slate Meeting (UPI) The lifelike mused .."
One group, the Jewish "M.t. - -- r by the St John Ami
\ cab," has been organized /UPI-Soviet) Premier The York Rite Chapter of Masonic Temple lance Brigade to dem >n,ir.,
), Into an unarmed patrol of the Niklta S. Khrushchev has Royal Arch Masons will hold Those attending are asked to the kiss of life:" has be
.. Thunder' showers are toreeaat for the Rockies Southern Plateau, Crown Height section of Brooklyn Indicated he sees no immediate their regular monthly family bring their favorite covered. "kissed to death and 1 if. COlT
I Great Lakes, northern New York, Maine the upper Appalachian and the central Atlantic to protect their communityfrom danger in the Berlin situation night covered dish dinner dish and table service Roll pletely worn out, the brigade
coastal state*. Fair with warm temperature are forecast for the rest of tile nation >> mugging, rapes and murder formed sources said today Thursday at 8:30 at the and coffee_ will be furnished superintendent said Tutnaviet'foGrantham's(

LOCAL OUTLOOK The Soviet leader attitude
Partly cloudy through totnor Florida Zones TemperaturesBy Police Commissioner MichaelJ was made known to visiting
Murphy warned that while British Labor party leader
row with scattered showersHigh
Panhandle lulled Press Interastlonal the latest terrorism has been Harold Wilson, who conferred
today SO Low tonight Clear to partly cloudy and Low High in Brooklyn, it could spread to with him for two hours Tuesday .
70 Variable wind S to 12 miles
hourBeef. mild today, tonight and Tbur. Albuquerque 56 S3 other parts of the city on a variety of International ,
per day High today 80 to 86. low Atlanta . M 81 Murphy aid special police problems
tonight in the 60's.North Birmingham 55 82 and undercover agents have The sources said Khrushchevtook
Boston . 61 been working for weeks in Harlem a "more relaxed view of
FeaturedAt Fair through Thursday, Chin,* 51 64 investigating report that the German and Berlin problems Food StoreFamous
High today around 90. low Cleveland 48 65 Black Muslim have been recruiting than he has previously in I)
tonight in low 60'., Variable Denver 49 64 teen.ager* a* "blood recent years.Khruehchev's.
Markets wind 3 to 10 mile per hour. D.troIt. 51 68 brothers and training them to position was a For Top Quality Foods & PmonaftzeJ Service

NortheastFair Jacksonville 87 93 fight In case of racial disturbance further indication that the
through Thuraday High Kansas City 52 71 *. Kremlin apparently Is not contemplating Buy Wholesale Iowa Corn Fed Beef For Your Freezer
today around 90, low tonight Los Angeles SI 72 In Chicago leader of the any new move. AU 'and W 'h ore
This Week upper 60a, Variable winds S Miami . 75 86 Black Muslim announced they over Berlin in connection with 010 0t.n 'tees \0 320 3rd St., NW.Phone CY 3.1566

to 12 mile per hour. Miami Beach 77 86 expect 900.000 Negroes to attend the current visit of East German ,.. sear ,.
Q "i ""
Northwest Twin Cities 41 69 a rally on June 28 at New Communist leader Walter C. FREE PARKING
Partly cloudy through Thursday New Orleans 60 81 York Harlem Armory at Ulbricht an
) A
( *
Chance of Mattered New York . . 52 70 which their leader Elijah During a speech made on .
June Dairy Month rolls in. .
dairy products, beef, and a varlety afternoon showers High today Orlando 71 94 (Poole) Muhammad will speak visit to the Urals earlier this ';:- Repeated 8 I:: Register for
of fruits and vegetables M to 90, low tonight 70 to 73, Philadelphia S4 72 But In New York, a (poke*. week Ulbricht said the construction .
Variable winds S to 10 miles Phoenix .
.65 of the
await fie! wise shopper 100 man for the armory said the Berlin wall had
per hour Raleigh 57 72 building could accommodate: reduced the Western threat
Beef wiu be featured this
Southeast St Louis . 49 to East Berlin.Khrulhrh.v B Grill
weekend at meat markets 73 only about 1000 persons He FREE Deluxe Bar- -Q
Partly cloudy with scattered San Francisco .
Round ard chuck roasts Win be said previous Muslim rallies In was reported to "\w. J
most prominent. There will be mostly afternoon thundershower Seattle 67 the building drew only I about have told Wilson that the
some Iamb. mostly legs and *. High today upper Tampa 67 88 4 000 person Kremlin I I. interested in arms 1p PLUS Choice Cuts of Steak
chop, There will also be a M's, low tonight around 70. Washington M 69 Wagner said city officials control measures to promote a
little veal. In poultry, broiler. Variable winds S to 10 mile have agreed to expedite as healthier climate between El .t '
per hour. and West for 5 People and a Bag of Charcoal.
ForecastFive tapidly the
fryers continue to be the top CPIIlral.So.at1lPartl1 Day as possible exam
buy. (nation and training of 200 17'S AISOIUTILY . .
cloudy through Thursday Mil NOTHING TO IUT NO OILI9A7IONMCIS7U .
Best vegetable buys include day forecast for peiunsular Transit Authority patrolmen rVIIT 7IMI YOU VISIT
with scattered thowtr rtDROS WINNIR WILL II AN.
artichokes! asparagus, lettuce, High today mid or high M*. Florida for period beginning trainees and have them tide Spelling Bee NOUNCED JULY }rtf.
onions 7 tonight and with experienced patrolmen on
green radishes, spinach low tonight 70 to 78 Variable p.m. ending
rhubarb, leek, cauliflower, repacked 7 p m. Monday subways In high hazard
wind S to 12 mile per hour. "
tomatoej, endive, escarole Temperatures will average 1 area*.
squash miscellaneous to :3 degrees below seasonal Additionally, he said, some Begins Today jelaz,4,0 d Bud
te My greeny. and watercress Lee normals through Monday Some 700 other. experienced patrolmen ce
CollegeSingers will be put on overtimefor
Top fruit values will Include representative normal highs and
lemons, strawberries, winesap lows are Taittahassee 99! and 66 transit duty WASHINGTON (LPI Top WITH OUR VJCATIONTIME VALUES
apples, mangoes, limes, and Plan Orlando 90 and 69 and Miami j Elsewhere: Hellers from across the country .
avocados 89 and 71. No major day to day Jacksoavilk Fla: Sheriff L. today open the 37th annual
Eggs and dairy product continue Church Sing changes are expected Rainfall 0 Davis was ordered to show National Spelling Bee brain BRAND BUVS CHOICE MEATS 1 1Pillsbury's
to be good buy, The Lee is expected to total OM half up in federal court today with. wracking contest that has featured .
The best fish buy will be College Singer will Inch to one inch, occurring: as a bat of special. deputies he multisyllable challengessuch
Clam, halibut, lobster, mack the put on Church a special of God program at t scattered showers In south Florida hired to cope with recent racial a.i antimacassar," "punc- Moid USDA CHOICE FULL CUT ROUND
erel, scallops, swordfish and on Rifle throughout the period and disorders In nearby St Augustine litmus and choteateral"
fillets Range 7:30.: Road tomorrow nightat t in North Florida after Friday Federal Judge Bryan Forty-four girls and 26 boys Flour . . . . .. .... .. 5 I r* 49c STEAK 89

The choir, under the direction Simpson Tuesday asked the r ranging from 10 to 14 years old Assorted Flavors lerdeni . . .lb.
sheriff if he member of
was a
will participate In the twoda

of the of Dalton department L. Alford of ,music head License To the Ku. Klux Klan during a long competition sponsored by Ice Milk . ... . . . .. '':. 49c TA. Gourm.f'I
!bearing ban of racial demonstrationa
Piano Students on a -
Scripps Howard newspaper in 16
at Lee College. Is currentlyon Quit BusinessRENO e
its annual tour Davit denied he cites. and 53 other US. daily Llbby's Homl
and will
was a member of the KKK
and appear school before both church Nev. (IPI> The St Aiircutlne, Fla.: Police and Candidates Sunday papers for the first prizeof Tomato Juice .. 3 :ii 89c RATH'S tiesHONEY

Present RecitalA The choir group consists of 40 Reno city council: is considering arrested five persons including $1,000 and a weekend trip to
voe*. They will an ordinance which would re three whites, Tuesday night for New Wk City and the world ,
present a quire a businessman to get a attempting to Integrate a motel! '
Fair chosen from
were among
piano recital wa given concert of sacred! music consisting special' license, ranging In cost They were held In lieu of f 1.MO six million youngsters in local CHASE a. Coffee
by the pupil of Dewle Mae of special choral arrangement v
from SIS to $100 to quit his SANIOIN
bees None of the contestantshas .
Gunther on Saturday eveningat of hymns and business HAM
gospel There will Quotes From completed the eight1) grade
the Woman Club with songs also A representative! of the Better .
nearly 40 young musicians arrangements be various quartet and solo Business Bureau toM the The News guide If last, more year's than 750 contest words U will a 4lb.cm. $39
presenting solos and duets council Monday night the law LB.CAN.
Those Lee College located in be pronounced and spelled before 59
taking In the
part recital would head off fake going-out
Cleveland, Tenn, offer three the national spelling cham o ,
were as follow: Bar. of business sales where firm ( Rrg US Pat Off >
bara Heck, Jackie Heck Rich program of study academy moves additional merchandise By sited Press International pion ia crowned Past winner'jinee USDA CHOICE CHUCK
ard junior college and Bible college NEW YORK New the contest began In 1935
Mousy, Alice Baugh, York
through the back door for
Caren May, Donald May, Kerry It is supported by the ales lasting many month Gov Nelson A. Rockefeller: include 24 girl and 15 boys LiMit I with )S.00 *r were aertbaua. Beef Roast 49
Fowler, Linda Van Drim. Churches of God throughout saying he will continue cam There were ce-champions in lb.
miles Bridged Daniel, Ann the United State paigniag for the Republican three bee*.
Trlplttt, Debbie Alexandra, STICK WITH n:\ES presidential nomination regardless The youngest contestant this For Puppies & Small Dog Fresh USDA
Debbie Moury, Cheryl Lynch, MEXICO CITY (UP)-Wben of the outcome of the Cal. year la lO-year-oM Debra Edwards +
Laura Sue Spicer, Men Wanted, Uomohono Alenearter Reeds ores prmarv: of Pittsburgh, Pa. Twen Ken I Biskit ? ,, Grade A ..

Johnny Sheffield Fields went to the police statist) to re Im In this right down to ty-three are 14 years old: 29 f .NIlea Sb . .. . .. ..... ... eft c
Wingate, Latrlsha Helms, 72 Or Older port the theft of Ma car. detec the convention" are 13: 13 are 11, and four Dash FRYER
Cathy Bernthal Martha Lane live dtdnt have \to .leek very are 11. Reody-fo-Feed
Jackson, Patricia Whitefield, MONROE:, \M. (UPI) Anew far was parked right outside Only one contestant, BakerPcetJea Food 3
Dog c': 39c
.. . . .. c..up Free
Jenny Moury, Betsy Baugh cigar factory started hereby the door, LOS ANGELES Sen Barry of Fort Worth Tex.
Patricia Thomas, Martha Wil an II yearokl) veteran cigar Goldwater claiming competed In the contest prevloualy ,flat ..
acts. Iris Coleman, Teresa. maker la trying to start a new Two men tentatively Identi.fied victory In the California apparent He finUhed 18th in the
Rountree, Debbie Coppage, trend In hiring practice a* the thieves had been RepubAcaa presidential primary 1962 bse.WALLEDIN. Liquid Diet for Weight Control
Connie Daniels Mul "picked up on traffic charge 2 9
Dave the
on basis of early GROOM Wonderful for
George Koepo who started The car was impounded and
Rhonda Hill, Undo computer'projected returns: SIENA, Italy Kay Rohde, Patricia McMillan making cigars In 1896 Is seekIng they were locked up when they Assorted Summer Outings
On the basic of electronic bride was waiting In the SEGO
experienced men over 71 to couldn pay their tinea Raven
make cigar by hand He said results I teem to be the wia- church, the priest w a. ready
Sheila Beasley Lynne Stewart tier dMn show SMALL WESTERN (liar-I-' She)
There but the groom up ?
Cecelia Lane RichardRobinson you have to be that old to make was only one catch
a good cigar, Alencaster had to pay the fines He couMnt. He was walled up
and Margaret Me to reclaim has car at home I Spare Ribs .Ili. 49C
XeDU)'. 4 99
NEW \ORK-Mayor RobertF Friend of the groom. traffic texas ,
Wagner aooownetog plans to cop Mario Mori walled up has .
put too more pottce on dirty to door with 200 bricks a* a practical STRICTLY FRESH
deal with a rise of violence and Joke. Mori eventually
rartaJ tension I in the efy: managed to tear down the wall Frnc..AlMrkn GRADE'A'LARGE31c
JA. "We are determined to see and rushed to the church. a bit '
Yaks: 2 49c
that we have law and order tu Judy and a bit late, but till in Spaghetti ....
this city of our*." tine to lay "I doThere's ." EGGS
Del Mont

Fruit Cocktail 2 49c

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no substitute Pont'NFlakes !ar g. !

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vrouidn a Beans . . 2 ... 39c Peach Pies . . . . . : 43c

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j I . Around The Town
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z WINTER HAVEN DAILY N6W.CMICF Two Are Graduated From Farragut Academy II

d Two Winter Haven ('al. "K
Calvin R. Jameson and c r mk"
R. Wood were rrsdiiatpci, fn.n
Admiral Farncut .*cait.>mPettraburt \ .
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of Mr. and Mrs. John c., u,,,, )IWest
t Lake Otis i'i ivi- 1'1.1
i next year to .tu engineering. inborn i >1-
CJ.'ttd'; by BiLUC CLIIS veralty.Durtivihls.
1'11181', 41 Iragut. i 1.",
H* was (11th( <<' d, otJ .
Many Winter Haven list for ....nllr jehicy." i I I;
YoungstersTo and waaawarded rll'l.",,, toi \
celleoe In deport in,i'ni ntratnural II
Take Part In Dance RevueThe aeort* he was a im," \m-\,
ber of te haskectall voile\ -
ball rifle, awtmminK, anti sail.ln .
student of Taylor Studio erer Mary Dow, Patty Dowd ( I..... H. Is a memtx-r of
of Dane Art will present their Carol Ann EannelU. the CotiHkenClubsnhlheA'sd- r. \\'OOD ( ALVIN 1 I' JAMi"tMrs

annual revue ..HI-UTES OF Shut Farrow, Joanne Flaher. *my Crack Drill team. This
64 Friday at Denison Junior Sharon Filch Ann sad Mary year M was a platoon I..< High School. The theme for this Beth Freeman Unda Gerlach, for the H4IOIId company of the Tyson and children Jayne endHlp.r a vfett to her hometown North-
year's production will be "Show Racial' Graf. Debbie Griffith Academy CM Corps H* at. have purchased a home hampton England
Time On Broadway". The most Barbara Grimes, Debbie Gus tamed tM rank of quallfledboii in Bayahore Cardvna, Braden-
'\" '"' loved. music from twelve of the ler, Cheryl Gibson Tom. Bill handler In MM Academy Naval ton They are leaving tomorrow David W. Fowler dental tethnician .
most outstanding Broadway and lent Glbeoa, Lynn Ilabrr. Science prof rim. after school m out They sold second claa. USN, son
InstallationIs THETA NU OFFICERS .- For 19 4-SG. Left shows will be Interpreted In tap Linda Harmon Jan Dawn and (Mr.. home in Lake Alfred t to of Mr and Mrs. Charles T
to right: Mrs. C. B. Ewell, vice president; Mrs. ballet, modern Jan and acrobatics Heidi llrtier, Tara Milliard, Cadet Chief Petty Officer Mr. and Mr Bill, Wood and Fowler uea Havendale Blvd.
Held By Kenneth McCutcheon president; Mrs. Jimmy Cox by youngsters from four Lynn Holloa Chert llutlon, Jameson !. !the son of Mrs children Mr Woods employed participated in a tea assault exerela .
recording secretary and Miss Toni Watklni, treasurer. year old and up In beautiful Debbie Ireland, Nancy Broth Harlan Jameson, and the late tiy the Metropolitan| Life Insurance . at St. Florent Corsica
Theta Nus and colorful costumes Musical James Caasle Jacoby, Pamela Mr. Jameeon, Havendel Blvd. Company aboard the attack transport
accompaniment will be by Jarksoa, Merrl Ann Jackson, He plan to study enflmwrlngat ahlp U8S Fremont operating in
Yacht Club Institute of Technology U. U B. Aaderaoa III, USAF
Beta ChiChapter the
Mr. Richard Dennis, outgoing Morse llaithwaite of Miami Martha Lynn King, Beth King Georgia next will receive his Master. of Set- the Mediterranean* a unit of
president Installed officer former musical director of the ham, Beta and Susanne La Rue. year the Sixth fleet
new Pool Opening Has While at Farragtit for two once degree In aeronautical engineering
of Theta Nu Chapter of Arundel Opera Theatre, Kenne Julie and Marion Layton, Louise yearn, Cadet Ja meson wa a named from the California
Beta Sigma Phi Sorority at a To Be FridayThe Pledge RitualBeta bunk port. Me. Clark Leaper to the Dean's List for Inatltut of Technology in Pasadena Roger Lawrence Tyaon ton
meeting held at the home of Vocal selections from such academic achievement and was Calif June 11. at its Teak of Major and Mr. Reuben L
Mrs. C. B. Rodgers in Lake Alfred. official opening for the shows as Camelot Kismet and Barbara Legg Jana Livingston awarded ribbons for excellenceIn commencement exercises Lt. Tyson was given a surprise
summer season of the beautiful Chi Chapter of Beta Sound *f Mmlc will be pre. Betty Jane Lock, Ann Loft. cfc-porlmenl. In Intramural and Mrt Anderson are residingIn farewell party at his home Fri
Phi met at the
Mr. Kenneth McCutcheon at the Lake Sigma recently seated by Sally Snlvely and on, Terl Malsano, Glynnle Guest Steve
I I. Olympic pool home of Mrs. Bob McKown In sports, he was a member of the Pasadena while the formers day. present were
the new president. Other offl- Region Yacht and Country Club Garden Grove with the pledge Jack Thompson. Carol Stevens Mann. Charlotte and Bob volleyball, Softball, golf, rifle, completing. study fur. his d*. Tyndal Billy Martin Charles
roes are Mr*. C. B. EweR, will be on Friday. ritual being given to MesdamesJim and Gary Wales will dance the Marlin, Candise Meyer, Mary swimming and sailing teantH gree. Long, Ricky Long Carl Robins
vice president; Mrs Jimmy Pool hour will be from 11 Dixon Sam Dunn, Bernard lead role la beautiful classic Ann McNeils, Kathy MacCalla, He la a member of the Cotll. David Hand. Paul Welts Jim
Cox, recording secretary; Mrs. a m. to seven p.m. each Tues Eaton, Ted Home, William "Lea Sylphlde" to be presented Debbie Miller, Ellen and Louise lion Club and the best-drlllmi Marine PrC Ray C. foraeyJr. my Wells, Ronnie Msssey Mike
Thomas day Thursday and Friday 11 by the advanced ballet classes. Monge, Cheri and Kim McEl- He a platoon trader Tool Joe
Griffin corresponding ; Lacey, Jim Love, Keith Ray company. was ., son of Mrs. Margin For- Billy Lisle Arbulh-
secretary and Mill Toni Wat- a.m. to 7:30 p.m. on Wednesday William Swlnson and Irving Tine entire production Is under roy. Mary Frances McElvey. for the first company In the ney, has reported for duty at pot, Franky Robert and Roger
kin, treasurer and Saturday and from Wheeler the direction of Dorothy Carolyn Nuckols, Kathy Parka Cadet Corpe Battalion. He Is a the Marine Barracks, Clarkavllle Tyson. Refreshment and
Mrs. McCutcheon presented twelve noon until 7:30: p.m. on Mrs. Bill Brady's program ProVte Taylor assisted by Patty Perry Jody Williams, qualified beat handler, and In Tena ,game were played and Roger
the program for the evening, Sundays.The "The Art of Makeup", was presented Carol Steven Barbara Pounds, Shirley and the Naval Science Program attained was presented with a gift
"Lefi Match Wits". snack bar will\ be open by Mrs. Carol Wels who Curtain time Is 7 30 p.m. The Gail Powell Kathy Prince. the rating of Quartermaster Blgma Chapter of Beta Sigma
Gift were presented to Mr. Tuesday through Saturday from used aa her models, Mrs. Brady following student will appearIn Allyson Reynolds, Jane and third clam. Phi will meet at eight o'clock ')Cr. led Mrs. Donald lIarlt..1. .-
C. M. Shinn Jr. and Mrs. Maurice 11 ant, until 7 p.m and on and Mr. Lowe. Friday night' recital Kim Kathy Ruedebuich. tonight at the home of Mra field of Lake Alfred are the
Patrick, the chapter' director Sunday from twelve noon un The committees for the com Ayers, Kim Anton Patty Avery Linda and Diane Schuli. Carol Mr. and Mrs II. f:. Anbrll. Earl Adams, 101 AlVn Drive, parent of a daughter. EU...
and sponsor lit seven p.m.Sindwich ing year were announced by Lee Lynn and Lou Bassett, Shaver. Beth Shlnn Patty Stl- are vacationing at Hot Springs, Jut.Phyl village Each member beth Jean born May 30. In Winter
Mrs. Thomas Griffin war named smorgasbord Is president Mr*. Bob Hill.Chairmen Marcia Barton Jane Ann Baker vey. Debbie Smith. Nancy Snl Ark la to take two article fur the Haven Hospital.\
"Girl of the Year" In rec. planned for every Wednesdayand for the committees are Susan Baugh Babara and vely, Mary Spanjers, Kay Ste whit elephant sale, and plan
ognition of her outstanding contributions Saturday night in the 19th Mrs. Bob McKown, social; Mrs Judy Been Janice Diggers fanskl, Mary Ruth Sullivan Flv delegates of the Frier- for a rummage ass to be held The golden wedding annlver
as way and means hole except In conflict with Lee Dunson way and means; Nora Sue Brantley, Elizabeth Judy Sumner, Elizabeth Ann ann Nichols Auxiliary have been Saturday at the Kwik Chrk .
sad Mr
chairman and as a memberof scheduled poolside functions for Mrs. Bobby Cowan service; Brooks, Suzanne Brown, Trrl Soverns, Lisa Tilleman Laura selected to attend the FliYlda. parking lot In Auburndal' will\ II.aary Jones of Mr observed at Philip the'
the social committee. Beta members.The Mrs. Scott Boland, telephone; Bryan Suite Boniteel, Anne Traiport, Jean Tyler Kim Wat Department Convention of the be made was
Buddy gifts were exchanged sandwich menu will be Mrs. Jeff Gaines, program; Burtchln, Patty Carlisl, en Vicki Westphal Susan American legion and Ionian horn of their daughter Mrs.

and secret sister names ret available from six to eight p.m. Mrs. Bob Wolfe, historian; Mra. Lucy Caaon. Cheri Cole Cathy Weysnd Janet Wolton Cindy Auxiliary starling tomorrow at Mr*. Dudley" Blevlns was admitted Roger Johnson and family of
vealed. in the lath hole Tuesday Thursday Bill Snyder, rose and gift; and Coleman Marilyn Cox, Anne and Jinx Wilson Donna Wilson the Roosevelt hotel In Jacksonville yesterday to the Winter Lake Alfred Sunday afternoon
Present were Mesdames Jim Friday and Sunday, with Mrs. Mason Wines, Preen Crittenden. Carol I Crawford, David and Shad Dopier, Peter and continuing through Haven Hospital with open house
my Cox. Richard Dennis, C B. food service possible if desir A poolside party and picnic Kimberly Dull Vicki Duchich- Meyer and Maria Khour,. Sunday The delegate, Mrs,
Ewell Thomas ed. Sunday afternoons, from which was held by the group Joe D. Bauih. Mrs WilliamE.
Griffin Ken Mc.
twelve until 2:30: p.m., mem Saturday at the Holiday Inn at Corbln, Mrs Chnntlne L
Cutcheon Shinn Jr., C.and B.Miss Rodgers Toni, Watkins C. M. bers dining In the 19th hole can Dundee. Senior Girls Are Entertained Hood, Mrs A. C Vanllorn ..ndI'oIra 20,000 BIUFEDDERS
Thv next meeting will be a ,
sene themselves from the family Frank K Wnll. will leave
buffet. The sandwich menu Beta Buddy Party at the homeof tomorrow morning, arrompanlNl
will be as usual. Mrs Bob Wolfe on Jun. U. Blue and Cold, the high school colors, were highlighted In : by bliss Marti Vanllorn.
Sigma Chapter the centerpiece and buffet serving table of an Informal party
Kindergarten Has Graduation held at the home of Mrs. Donald Blaze, #04 Avenue F, NW. Mia Paul Lynn NUwongrrreceived
Enjoys Potluck Saturday morning Joy Blaze and Joan Greene of Lake Alfred. , a Bachelor of ArU de.
; Forty-five, little kinder,a"-, lay Claus Vjnjon, Marvin assisted by their mothers, Mrs. Ulate and Mrs. Frank Greene, {I gain In Elementary: education
Supper PartySigma tener were graduated Won- Hamilton, Char Hutton, Greg were hostesses to senior classmule*. I;Monday from Stetson Umvrr AIR CONDITIONER
day morning from Laughlin Mills, Margaret Sue Plemons, Miniature girl graduates representing the two younger ally> In DeLaml Mia Nlawimuer
and Land Kindergarten Phil Slgman. Mike Madden, hostesses were featured In the table arrangement and guests I a a member of Alpha' Chi One>
Chapter members a potluck Mr. S. J, Selgler'i morning Clasy Connor, Court Turner were presented three dainr sachet bag for use in their rooms fat ta, social sorority and the Slulent o.:.. --- .'-,. .. ...1atrlllJ'
' their guest enjoyed at the home of and afternoon classes com Karen Wolf r em. Bill Nuckols, home or college this coming fall. c:" Florida Education AsaolatMMi. .
I' upper Mr. and Saturday Mr. Ralph Diaz. bined to present a program Carol Brandon, Scott Spiel'man Senior girl enjoying! the event were Sally Coates, Ann (' .
Prize for tame played wert entitled "Around the World". Billy Henry Terry Far Fkld, Mary Friesner Brenda Dow/ling. Jo Anna Groves,
won by Mrs. W. A. Steorts and The happy little five and six row, Karen Butera. Tla Martin Janine Herndon, Donna Kirtley. Sheri DeMott, Unda Apple Miss Judy bang Is horn from
colorful Ada Hart Sharon Sparrow, Barbara Jones, Diana Jahn lUn VMcQusrry ".
Doug Montgomery year olds, dressed in Ricky Helnes. Pam Morgan .ley an College for a rum
Those attending wert Mr. costumes of other countries Marra: Merriman, Reg- Jan Kennedy, Kathy Eddy Wanda Uvlngtton, Barbara seer vacation with her parents 1 haY PRrvA,
and Mrs. Steorgs Mr. and danced and sang their way gas Jahn Penny Plerson John Swindell, Pam Career, Barbara Greoert, Marilyn Hubert-! +'
Mr.and hour cf gaiety and son, Suzy Hayes Patsy Higgins, Carole Taylor, Judy Tapley, 1 Y
Mrs. James H. Murphy through an Cole. Nancy Cutierrei, Candy M... C. H. Baffin' is leaving for
Mrs. Guy VanMarter Mrs.Audrey enchantment for an audienceof Counter, Kevin Ball Tracy Judy Williams, Lana Webb Sandy Tomlin, Vkkr Vale, Susan few weeks visit In Wlndtorngland. 7
Adam, Mr. and Mrs parents, relatives and McConnell, Jeff Reynolds, Mannix Diane Shelton, Barbara Doty, Martha Wander, Glenda E .
Steve Carter,Mr.and Mr*. N.A. friends. Chucky Ortt.New Grist and the hostess.
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Elliott, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Mrs. J P. Plemons, kindergarten . - r-- -
Collins Mr. and Mrs. Jack art director, directed ",'i lt"
Coyle, Mr. and Mrs.Glen Dam- "''"'.'" '
the program In the absence of e
eron, Mr. and Mrs.Robert Ferguson
the teacher Mrs. who
Mr.and Mrs Pete Grant, '.
Iversen I I. a patient In the local hos \: I
Mr. and Mrs. Reid ,
Marl Jones, Mrs pital. Mrs. Euna K, Smith pianist r '
Mrs. + .
Beverly Schnetzler Mr. and accompanied the chil *eeF : .r f i + 311 .tle'' { e
Mrs. Robert Tadeyeske, Mr. dren. [ [ UlOOl1IlJm

and Mr. Don Plank, Charles Following the program, Mn. :
Woodall, Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Victor II. Laughlin, principal ,K' .
May**, Mr. and Mr. Montgomery presented each child with a diploma ,
Mra. Shirley Mattaon .
and the hosts Those graduated were: Susan P Prk.sAi

Woten. Mark Coat, Van low AI Pd0MONET

New and greater buylnpower Mullmax, Chuck Mann GiglSUvey. v + DOWN
has been added to the Danny Schneider Ron- '

market by the continuing trend y Rowe. Tammy Denmark, : IlLSWORTH
with relative
away from living Mike Corsmeier. Trudy Bell, '
and towards the 14900 EAST rAr
Independent households by Laurie Buzbee Leslie FJo. ; nAN

young couples, Modern Bride Nannette Flock. Phil Wbitmer, I
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Sheers SCHOOL"- OUT ._ and each of these .'.oungsterpjou: kindergarten 'I'bB' were the a udi rfltis, air' lglei'+ ",i',rnlngandafuin
All in this arriving' Laughlin Land, Brigham chooL t melt graduation was V'mdsy! EARNw

summa,', latest Fill plastic egg trays with water Deflftg dry periods, r a ter I 11"11 ending Uplett big MsepemkM'lf' big\n\ features-
daily and place in freezer lot Mesh beds meroucMy at least end eitf Wg M vales, DeHveri' III I* IW, mare teoHng. than slot.
style, fabric & Arrivals unique oral "cute." on** a week. l 1.rl, prtced. air mftttene'S.. Thts >b 080 Pill Paddies will ceo .
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are parent of daughter -
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HALF at 1:01 FridayIn
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the Winter Haven Hospital. with cool by .hew many ale conditioners IIItrt dews te seed permanent damagehem
Th baby weighed eight fragrances .. O. II Me*** eveeeal/ng. Come .Itt i eMers' leund larrler design that
pounds, twelve and a quarter C.ntneeeae el Depesle" hvtrwi tit velocity swore It.......s reemtdil af aVy,eel., altered
ounce. tOt FULL air every ,few rnlnvtM .iWi a mere *.M.per -the meal reatful, mod
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Case That Involved KellyTALLAHASSEE I

(UPI One now dean of the Stetson Law
of the cases that triggered im College Chief Justice E Harris t
DMChmmt charges against Cir Drew, who disqualified himself
malt Judge Richard Kelly of because he presided at the Kelly
Paso County went back to the impeachment trial before the
Supreme. Court Tuesday on rehearing state Senate which resulted in
Kelly's acquittal was replacedby
The court bad ruled on the retired Justice Paul Barnsof
d tiN In March siding with Miami University Law
Judge Kelly In a four.to-two school.
I split decision Silting for the second time

However, It turned out that were Justices Campbell Thor yn
Justice Richard Ervin one of nal Elwyn Thomas and Stephen
the Judges who concurred in the O'Connell who sided with Kelly
majority opinion, was disqualified in the March decision, and Justices
11 to sit in the case because Millard Caldwell and B. K..
he had been the attorney of Roberts who dissented.
4 M record for Kelly while Ervin That decision reversed a ruling
was state attorney general. by the District Court of
Upon this fact being called to Appeals at Lakeland that removed ,
Its attention, the court granted Judge Kelly from a case In
a rehearing because it requires which Charlie Luckie Jr., Dade
? e. the affirmative votes of four City attorney and a key witness

Justices for any Supreme Court in impeachment, was the lawyer
decision. .
Ervin was replaced at today's Luckie had suggested that
rehearing by former Justice II Judge Kelly disqualify himself
L Sebrlng of St Petersburg, from a condemnation case in
which Luckie was the lawyer,
-- contending that Kelly was preju
GIFT FROM JAYCEES -. Little Mill Winter Haven, Krlstle Lynn Hogue, gets a savings diced against Luckie and would CITY FLAG TO BE LAUNDERED -- Mayor Richard Dantzler left, and Commissioner -
Planning ClinicIs Hughes Steele, right, are turning over the city's official flag which flies at city hall,
bond from outgoing Jaycee president Bruce Parker Larry Tucker looks on. This It one of the not give his client a fair trial.
to two members of Frierson-Nlchols American Lelon post--Ben Ashmead, adjutant, next
I prizes that goes with the title of Little Miss Winter Haven. Eight days later, Judge Kelly
served Luckie with three contempt to Dantzler and Chester Schoonover, third vice president. The Legion hIS arranged for all
- citations result of Winter Havenltes to have their American flags cleaned free at. the Laundry Center for Flag
as a

Polk Countian Wall Street inger Stevens Next WeekThe back affidavits up his filed claim by Kelly Luckie was to Day,, which Is June 14. a

prejudiced. delegates" (This one is too realistic
Polk County Planning Luckie'i client George PScussel The Lighter SideBy for comfort.) v
Finds ExhibitIs Chatter Makes GoodNEW Board has issued Invitations to went to the District The lime stops short of total
scores of individuals and or. Court and got a ruling which realism however, It makes no
ganisations for a two-day plan. barred Kelly from proceeding DICK WEST dates," must deal with situations
YORK (UPI-Bache fc HOLLYWOOD (UPI!) One, ning clinic to be held next Wednesday either with the contempt case United Press International that frequently arise in an provision for a player to win
while in Viet Nsm
Co. comments that recent year ago most television fans and Thursday in the against Luckie or the Scussel WASHINGTON (UPI-In the actual presidential campaign. delegates on
Impressive strength In rail stocks not only were !hardly aware of (Inger Pull County Agricultural Building condemnation suit. past decade there has been a They must decide whether to a diplomatic mission.
reflects the expectation of benefits Stevens She was an actress In in Bartow The Supreme Court had ruled trend toward increasing realism enter the presidential primaries Nor do any of the cards mention
from Increased efficiencyand movies which had not aged the and If what type of an'thlnllbout losing dele
Sessions on Wednesday will Appeals Court gave a pre. In parlor games for adults so
Bill Harvey, of Lakeland. economies but also favorable enough to run on the late show should conduct. gates through divorce.
start at 1 p.m. and continue until mature decision and quashedthe A few birthday ago, some- campaign they
salesman with the Singer Company economic conditions. Today Miss Stevens Is one of 9, and on Thursday from order barring Kelly from one gave me a game called Once that is settled the outcome Although 'Hat In the Rlnl"WII
In Winter Haven, recently "In view of the fact economic television's most popular ac 9-30: a.m. to S p.m. The clinic, hearing the land condemnation "diplomacy' in which creating I is determined by drawing meant to be non-partisan,
returned from an 18 diy conditions remain strong, tresses starring, the Swedish It was pointed out, may be attended case. The court held that it was not only permitted but encouraged cards. the pattern of pray have develops certain'
all expense paid trip to New there have been few speculative housekeeper In "Farmer's in segments or In its was premature to order Judge And, as might be That may not be as realisticas along lines that
this Re.
York City and the World's Fair excesses, the public I Is not Daughter" entirety.Dr. Kelly disqualified before he ever expected of diplomacy, it end. the ballot casting method, similarities to yesr's
Harvey, who represented Sin. wildly bidding stocks and vol. Television's know it alls Ernest Hartley professorat had a chance to rule on the ed In disaster but In some Instances the out. publican presidential contest
f er'f Winter Haven branch, was ume Is not unusually heavy, we thought the series would cast a the University of Florida and petition to disqualify himself More recently, have run come Is more logical
of four In the state to win of hesitation shadow ABC.TV's number of I think the game would be
one construe this period Heeling on a planning consultant, will con Joseph McDermott of St. across magazine advertisements There are a ways
a trip to the fair to be a buying opportunity fall schedule last year and duct the program which will Petersburg, attorney for Kelly that recommended playIng that a player can win or lose More balanced if Theis and his
He lAid be was very much and feel the long term uptrend quickly dissppear It didn't. be on the fundamentals of planning asked the court to reaffirm Hi hop scotch with real scotch. delegates. The cards bear such associate had included Democratic -
Impressed with Polk County's remains undisturbed," Bsche "Nobody thoug'tt: it would and toning as they relate March decision. Which also can end In disaster tidings as: overtones.
display In the Florida Pavilion says last more than eight weeks" to Polk County will be outlined. But T. Paine Kelly of Tampa, The latest true-to-life game "House.to-house canvass by One player, for example.,
and that Industry, citrus tourIsm said Miss Stevens during luncheon The county planning board Is attorney for Luckie, said re with which I am familiar was supporters gains 10 delegates" could be designated the "incumbent" a
and education were well J. W. Sparks Co. says that in her dressing room suite anxious for a large and representative marks that Judge Kelly had sent to me by Paul Theis, pub "Series of TV debates gain He would draw froma
represented In pictorial form. despite the sluggish perform. at Columbia studio where the attendance In view of made publicly about Luckie lic relations director of the Republican entire state." special set of cards marked
It was well balanced, and rep. ance of the market "we believe series Is filmed. the fact that Polk County has during his election campaign Congrssionsl Campaign "Your book Is a bestseller; something like this:
resented the county as I whole that confidence in the near "We opened badly with p a planning and zoning program proved he was prejudiced. lie Committee. It is called collect $20,000 royalties and "Makes non-political trip toWed
and not any one city In parti term future of the lint Is still two part show which we should in the works said the judge accused Luckie "Hat In the Rln,." gain 40 delegates." "Coast; gains 3,000,000
cular, be commented. unwarranted." The brokeragefirm not have started with. And our The Polk County Commissioners of being part of a courthouse In this lime, which was invented "Poll shows you are most votes
writes that "It Is itlll our ratings e e.qulte\ at the and the Winter Haven clique with sinister motives to by Theis and an asso- popular candidate with oews- "Lifts beagle" by ears; loses
opinion l that the"Indu.irial.-IY Beginning 01 me sesson But too City Commission have both en handpick a ludge.! note the nl,ypr< nr "".ntil, men gains goodwill but no 500,000 votes
IOC4L: UTTKRLRS well advance to the 845 (SO show has built ratingwise
NEW YORK recommended
long have teen pepuUrly accomplishment of the rails" be part of the numbers rickety that members of the 1 ;, :I '
blamed! for the bulk of the Utter you can't help It." I
local planning and IdJultm.ntboardl
that Is dumped along public Reynolds Co. says, "It The show's producers have well 1
as as commissioners
highways. Now I summary report would seem that a reasonably asked Miss Stever.j to extend themselves, attend some of You Don't Need GLASSES i
prepared by the Institutefor :
constructive attitude can still the term of her contract an Indication the sessions.
Motivational Research. Ino be maintained, although overextension they expect the show
for the Glass Container Manufacturers In speculative Issues and its star to be around awhile Church Spires To SEE The Advantages i
shows :
Institute should be avoided. Reynolds If she accepts the offer .j
that most Uttering is done by suggests that new stock pus Inger's contract. will have* six Prefabricated I
local rather than out-of-state chases "should be confined to more years to run instead of of I
residents. This was found to br stocks which are maintaining four. OREENSBURO Pa true even in Vermont, which la favorable fundamental and She recently completed a co Traditional and stately thoughIt \ 1
a "heavy tout'1st stste""The may be the spire atop )lOUItown'l
technical patterns despite the tarring role In "The New In
obvious Implication of general weakness. terns' movie. Inger worked In la new the very church modem quite prod possibly r Lake Bank
the discovery is that anti-Utter the movie during a vacation 1 \
uct of
education should bo from "Fsrmer's Daughter" x I
programs And no matter what its style
Wahneta Club "1 had lour weeks off to do
directed at state and community from Gothic to extreme modem, 1I Of Commerce
residents rather than at 'Interns, she said "And I
probably It Is made of metal-
tourists passing through on did It to show that I can play I
trips and vacations, accordingto some other character than stainless generally steel aluminum according copper 01 toManufacturine I 1

the report Makes Appeal 'Katy llolstrum In the series Ovetly Company II
1 don't to ,
want get typed 1
builder of spires and
1 'This summer I'll- do a medal .
SPECIAL The newly-organised Wahnela television show on Sweden. Churches ate being built ala Ie
Girls Club Is seeking a girl to K. will be a challenge tj pre. cost of tl billion yearly to -
direct activities five afternoons irnt that 1 hope to have prominent match the growth and spread I
a week, according to Miss Ma Swedes on tie:' jhow of the population And. thank M. Service
PURCHASE tilda Heinrich director Well go to the opera and also to the prefab technique most I
The activities will be held at ,bit places In Sweden where I new churches are complete .'Ith.plre "
the Wahneta School until 1 a rew up, < whereas only a short time I 1
clubhouse Is built. The noun, 'It's not going to be Just a ago the prohibitively expensive Charge

SALEFrom will be 2 to 4 p.m. Miss Heln trsveUgue We will get away atone spire often had to wait
rich said applicants must have from" that by having people on years for completion The still 1I
an automobile as transports the how who have somethingto uncompleted Cathedral of St, I Checking Account
tion has been a difficult problem a.). John the DMne In New York I
our complete the past school )'ear. Mis. Stevens-a young lady Is a classic example Overly said 1
Permanent Flower The organization Is also seeking who once despaired of her own Coat of the prefab spires rum 1 1
sponsors to help with the personal future refuses to become from $1.000 to. in rare cases ai 1I I I 1
DepartmenLPotted programs, particularly men' totally Involved In her much as $75.000 depending upon
service groups. Miss Heinrich professions! life. Such dedication site material and finish 1
to a film career has ruined Bplrej have been finished 1 1 I
be reached by
can : Yes there are no service charges OH your Personal checking account
tome of Hollywood's aspiring gild leaf caustic etch. plain o I .
C33983.. Mrs William Dix
president of the Mothers Club actresses old! anodlslng and baked 01 1 at LAKE REGION( lANK when you maintain a minimum balance of $300.00 1

also assiitt In Girls Club actlvitles. "I thank God for my sense vinyl enamel. Overly laid or more. II
of humor" she said of her act 1 I
Ing work "When you start taking

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I Largest, Oldest Cities Caught In Rights Battle'

(EDITOR'S NOTE: TM na- hand" said a New Yorker surveying eras confiscated or smashed to belt attacks on residents In were Just as serious. antennas locating they had and the whites contented themselves on Meanwhile"peaceful"the city demonstrations council resurrected ,
"..'. largest cloy and It* oldNt a violent weekend in King la due back this week their area of Brooklyn. Negroes One major problem in the abort wave radios and were with occasional warningsand two old ordinances: A
arc caught up In the first which roving Negro gangs at. pledged to continue a massive In the adjoining Bedford-Stay rTorlda town was a group of monitoring police broadcasts. violence aimed at news curfew requiring minors to be
tacked whites subways wltb ",......" whites easily Identified men.
rend oa by
of what Negro lenders campaign ve eat section bitterly criticised : Off the street by S p m and restricting
have warned couM be a "long knives, bottles. and fiata New York accustomed to the patrol as a "vigilante" their tight.fitting Jeans and Officers sought to prevent a The next development would parking downtown
hot summer" In the field of New York newspapers sug- troubles from its restless minorities group. cowboy bats, that gathered i to tangle between the whites and come out of a federal court In
ctvQ rights. The issues In St. geeted armed patrols might be has watched the latest St. Augustine's i troubles watch racial developments. Often the Negro demonstrators. The Jacksonville where Negroes
Ancustine, Fla., art clear. the only way for citizens in crisis build since last year seemed small but In their way they rode in cars with longa effort was successful t h u s far asked for a relief from a ban Meet the New
Thdse In New York are not some sections of the city to when angry protests broke out
II easily defined. A turn of protect themselves. over' Job hiring.I i Negroes EVER HAPPEN TO YOU? By Bloke Family MembersLatest
UPI rrportera T h o m a iZumbc Long months of Negro bitterness chained themselves together at Cities Of The World
Randolph Pendlfttm' over the lack of Jobs ghetto construction sites and sprawledon WIFE'S SECREt EMER6ENGYHOU5ai additions to the Star
schools and slum housing Press family are the two
and AI Kuettner, examine the the steps of city hall.
explosive problems In the two' seemed on the verge of erupt. Recently It was' discloeed that EDITOR'S NOTE What quick look at the pyramids, OLD REPMR WT women who have taken the place
clues In the following la.drpth lag an organized band of militant makes a city treat other hurries through a museum and ASSEMBLE OYgrS.TWfiVBARS. ( { left by the late Doreen Hendrick.
report.) Madison S. Jones, executive young Negroes had turned to than Its sire This Is another then catches the next flight My tosT Agnes Ktlgore (or Tlllie as
director of the city's Com mis- ... she has been known to her
malicious attacks on whites In a series of dispatches out is doing himself and Cairoa PLIERS
By AL KUETTNER lion on Human Rights, said last Two white deaths were thoughtto en IS of the famous disservice. It Isn't that kind OL'NAMMERI friends) is the former Agnes
United Press' Internals) weekend's subway rioting was be the work of the gang. cities of the world. of city. MY Dean and has lived here most
At opposite ends of the East "spontaneous" reflections of Police Commissioner MichaelJ. One cannot be Impatient with I Ii of her life. She and her husbandand
Coast of the United State lie this "hopeless frustration." Murphy bolstered his forces. GREAT CITIES Cairo. She Is like a woman 16-year-old son live at 131
two cities that have little In In the Florida city, the long, The force was raised to 26,500 No. -Cairo with a dozen veils that only V Avenue E, SE.
common except a rich heritage hot .ummer-u.ually the signalfor men compared to St. Augus By DAVID BISIIAI hint at what may be concealed. Agnes came to us with experience
New York is a towering metropolis the big onslaught of tourists tine's 27 and a special 100- United Press International Cairo's age hides under a veil i efI citrus In fruit Inspecting at Winter Haven sort
the chant of"freedom" tog
-had arrived with
of 8 million. St. Augustine man force of riot-control officers Cairo Is of Impulsive modernism
CAIRO (UPI) Citrus Growers
packing plant.
Fla., ii a normally easygoing In songs the streets, Negro and demonstrators was assigned to the explosion Egypt, and yet It Is not Egypt. Its vigor is almost Imperceptible fI We think there may be a carryover .
tourist town of 16,000. police shift: Dark to dawn.A It Is 1,000 years old, but g through a veil of laziness of talent here.
New Yorkers travel south to The issues In St. Augustine meeting between Murphy, youngster In the measure of and torpor. A thin layer of Maxine Pool who will assist
ride in hortedrawn and ,
view St. Augustine's surreys old slave clouded somewhat by the Joseph O'Grady, chairman of Egyptian civilization.It dust and the acrid smell of Agnes in bindery but will also
market, a massive Spanish changing patterns of racial demands the Transit Authority which operates Is Africa's largest city and sweat blur Its deeper beauty. help In the offset department,
built fort and beautiful homes included Negro requestsfor the subways, and Mayor its most crowded with 3.5 million Cairo Is haughtily aloof and lives In Lake Alfred with her
and a population does not belong to anyone. The two children
that line streets. open public accommodation Robert Wagner Is scheduled to people
The people picturesque of St. Augustine go a Negro on the city's400th day. They seek to determinethe density of 250,000 per square man who created this city 1,- II IIc Originally from Indiana(eight
north to ride the thundering anniversary celebration city's course In a losing mile In places 000 years ago ls forgotten. years ago,) she too had been In
subways and gawk at the glitter committee and a general im battle to stem the tide of law It is noisy and it smells. Its Islam was born elsewhere production work with The Nut.
lessness.Psychologists. traffic is chaotic. but came to Cairo for life. Only cracker.
of New York's World Fair provement of the Negro'sstatus.
and tall buildings.St. offer many reasons It has lovely, tree-lined boulevards here did it become an established All of us here at Star Press!
and horrible slums religion. Moslems go to are helping these new additions
Focal point of the trouble for the trouble. Most agree
Augustine was 59 years was the old slave market a that It is not basically a fight Cairo is all that la old, much Mecca for their pilgrimage. Butit to our family to learn how we
old by the time the Dutch land. pavilion in the downtown area. between white and black, but that is as new as today's news is in Cairo that they know 3 and serve our customers with promptly*
ed on Manhattan Island (they Elderly men play checkers in all acknowledged this ls a fac paper. As a city it has no certain Islam effectively PRINTING
named it New Amsterdam) in conformity Yet the nearly 500 minarets Yours for better PRINTING
its shade. Slaves were said to tor. pattern no Kina Fr1ur55 5yndk s., lnc.,1964. Worldhb m..red. ',
1624. have been sold here by the Example: "Are you white or There Is nothing homogenousabout poking through Cairo's skylinedo
The FLorida the It little of not make of it a Moslem
city spent Cairo has I
of the
Spaniards."It one subway marauders
the pungent smell of garlic ably spends more time In the
next 400 becoming one of but not the city. Nor do the elaborate
years symbolizes the evils of St. yelled at the motormanIn everything always and onions. kitchen than in bed. And it
the nation's most picturesque best of cathedrals and profusion of
said Negro leaders his darkened cab. "White. everything.
There Is no deception in this. shows on the people. The men
tourist attractions. New York Nile and each church domes make it a Christ-
Cairo has the
Said Mayor Joseph Shelly: came the reply "I'm going to
Like Cairo stout and the
tan an army lives on its are women generally
became the ever-growing gateway needs the other. Without Cairo place It Just shelters and
"St. Augustine has been selected cut off your head, snarled the
stomach. There are more eat. plump. Only some of the
to America. Nile would have been Just humors both. It is as gay and
as a target, not because It Negro intruder waving meatcleaver. the their '
Ing places than anything else new generation keep shape \
You could hardly find two another river. The Nile Is the frolicsome at Yuletide as It la idvt/cet
Is the most segregated city In But the motorman was and
An Egyptian housewife prob through dieting exercise.
cities more opposite but today America but because It is the not harmed because other life of Egypt. In a hundred serene and pious during the ---
they share a common problemthat oldest" youths persauded the intruderto other places it Is larger, deeper holy month of Ramadan.
ia frightening and baffling In St. Augustine as In New leave. and wIder. But nowhere else Is Cairo's facade Is Egyptian
to both. the Nile as beautiful as whenIt Islamic, Roman and Gothic an
York, young toughs white in Subways are a major target,
It Is race-the Negro againstthe Florida, Negro In New York- but buses and some neighborhoods winds through Cairo, cool in one great confusion. Its suburban
white violence against law and solemn by day and from English
were accused by officials of have been victimized. gay villas range ,
and order If the second summer being responsible for m u e b of The Negroes, often reeking of with light and bouncing moonbeams country houses to Spanish 1 .
of the Negro's discontent the violence. The summer alcohol roam In packs of a at night.At haciendas. Along Its streets 11
has a starting point, these two beach cottage of Integration dozen or more. first sight the tourist leapt walk people in sober English { 1
cities will share the unwanted leader Martin Luther King Jr. The Hasidic Jews, whose to be disappointed with business suits, loud American 5 5
honors. was riddled with 19 bullet holes. male members wear broad- Cairo "It doesn't look like ports shirts, tight Italian slim
"We're scared' about sum News photographers were beat. brimmed hats and long, black much," he may say and be trousers and the inevitable
mer. This stuff Is happening coats right But the visitor who takes lor.llllabiYl. the flowing gown
en and threatened, their cam organized night patrols
everywhere, It's getting out of
now worn mainly by peaanta. of Winter HavenThe
Whatever Cairo can offer is
Invariably of modest qualityIts
restaurants serve up Chi
,1EO nese chowmeln Italian spaghetti
,American roast chicken Hungarian
goulash Greek metzehk-

Q@j] A9'Z..,..".. One','' ''.\.'.'' in.1IioiIW' a enee.W m messages, tot." .., ....... -.. ya.price as None is elsewhere.usually la really cheaper But of top then Und quality the the be- a I

fIn 1 inferior quality tends to

there overlooked.Is the Incomparable To compensate kebab Specialized Job of Savings and Loan Associations

f ,0 small pieces of spiced
(' lamb meat grilled over char,

addition to length and width, a newspaper coal.Cairo's nightclubs are inferior

advertisement has a third dimension thickness. and their programs as hetero-
genous as the city itself. Even
Thickness is circulation, the number of the belly dancer Is more covered
in Cairn, where puritanism
advertisements printed and actually delivered is a matter of local pride than ,
are her Imitators In New Yorkor

3 0 0 You pay for an advertisement on the basis of length cities.In her. sisters In other oriental r ,

and width, but what you really buy is the addition to Its own 3.5 million 1 ,i S .
people another half million ;
opportunity to talk about your merchandise people visit Cairo daily and a
good number of these are tourIsts. .
and service to a specified number of readers. Laid ','

homes one upon another, a one inch stack of string Thus of modern plush hotels Cairo that has Is a w. :'

advertisements in this newspaper constantly getting longer. f'
your Palaces of the former royal
equals 300 homes reached. family are being rapidly trans
formed into more hotels. r,

Thickness. . or circulation. . is the dimension Cairo's are a seven blazing months inferno of when summer : {ff'' .

sales that it will the mercury reaches 113 degrees. .? i.
are that gives promise to your message, The hills that protect it :

reach potential customers. It is important for you to know dump about 150 tons of dust on
the city every day Many of its
e whether this thickness is promise or a fact streets' are narrow and claustrophobic
jammed with sidewalk

The ABC insigne assures you that our reckless.vendors.There It's Is drivers a shortageof are We're Proud Of You GraduatesYour

h circulation is measured by the highest housing. Shopping not good ,
0 n e In C unless one buys only local hand-
standards in the advertising and publishing crafts

industry. It is the symbol of our membership Cairo la an audible and pun diploma is a symbol of accomplishmentand

in the Audit Bureau of Circulations. noise gent of city.streetcars Its sound, street is vendors the a milestone on the road to success.In .

car horns, blaring radios,

th-IC ABC is an independent auditing association whose loud and anything laughter that hysterical ia human shouts or the days that lie ahead, may we extendto

sole purpose is to give accurate and factual circulation mechanical.The smell. Is worse. A prejudiced you our best wishes for happiness, pros-

reports ABC audits are trusted by national visitor may categorically perity and a long life of useful service.
It stinks. after
say Maybe so
advertisers and advertising agencies. ABC can be trusted by you I I the first wharf, which is
mainly that of dust laden air

Our tell-all ABC report shows how much circulation we actually deliver, f and gradually stenching gives sweat way to But Cairo's\this Many graduates who have an

where these copies are distributed, how much readers pay, and predominant. smell that ofooklnl. eye on tomorrow start a sav-
other information you should know about the thickness of your If one takes the city by smell ings account today. Stop in.
then Cairo might be classifiedas
advertising here facts, without opinion, compiled from a physical an oversized kitchen. Anywhere

1. audit of circulation records by trained ABC auditors. a I nose picks through up any the street tempting one's

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WASHINGTON (UPI\) A vacant tine strategists hen but It apparently Mississippi standard, answered lance will stud ianals ..- TALLAHASSEE (UPI)-ElCh
seat of the Fifth Circuit died a quick death speculation that he would be the finsatioa aad this. can com of the ..'. IT counties has
: Court of Appeal it a prim after falling to pick up any nominee with a statement that only\ after ill approval by the received 8)0,000 from the race
:1rit& target in the civil right struggle heavyweight backing he's not interested in the job. Senate Judiciary Committee, track fund in the current fiscal
r "We make no positive recommendation The Justice Department and beaded by EaatUnd. fear, Comptroller Ray E Green
Anti discrimination leaders on )judgeships," ex. the office* of ...*. James O. His Influence to aoch matterswas said Monday
feel their left! effort would be $aWed the NAACP's Clarence Eastland, D.Miss., and John C. illustrated when. score of Rift track fund checks for
bolstered\ considerably with the Mitchell "However we will do Slams. D-MUs.. report that a new district judgeships were _,000 were mailed to the counties .
i appointment of a racial liberal all we can to prevent the appointment nomination i II not yet in sight. created during the Kennedy administration Monday and one more
or moderate to fill the vacancy from going to a racist A nominee is generally recommended The first one filled check will be sent before the
Hie Fifth Circuit embrace acrucial or someone who will defy the to the President by the was in Mtisissippi and the nominee new fiscal year begins on July
attorney general after confer- was Harold Cox a one-
civil right area MisliHlppi Supreme Court. 1. The payments have set anew
Alabama, Louisianaand Mitchell says the appointment encM' with senator from the time college roommate of Castland record. Green said The
Georgia and the DIM- "will have a big Impact on the state involved.A whose rulings have been highest received by the counties
member appeals court ii called Implementation of future civil critical consideration for unpopular in the civil rights since the tax was adopted was
upon to settle many racial dl. right legislation." Mr. Johnson i* that the nom camp. S20C.800 in 196263.

pute.. If President Johnson follow -- -
The court't vacancy resulted tradition, he will pick another
from the death of Judge Ben Mississippian for the Job. But
Cameron of Meridian, MI..., a finding a highly qualified! attorney Hear Abby .
conservative whose decisions In the state who is not

often right went force against the civil considered right advocate a "racist"will be by no easy civil Stay As Sweet As You Are IF

A campaign to have a Negro chore.
attorney In Jackson, MI..., Former Gov. J P. Coleman
named to succeed Cameron was a crack constitutional lawyer Abigail Van Burenr
begun by a handful of Integra who is considered moderate by j

DEAR ABBY: I am 18 and I want to ask DEAR ABBY Since reading in your column
4J Motorists Urged To Watch you a Do ANY boys like nice, that a woman changed dentists because she
sweet, :old-fashioned:: :girl? If you don't give didn't like the canned music he used In his
them what they want, they think you don't likethem office, I should like to express myself on that
and they go find someone who will. This subject. I quit TWO dentists on this account.
For Children During SummerJune guy I went with was real nice at first: then But worse yet is being forced to listen to
he started getting "fresh." He said if I liked canned music in a garage I sat there wailing
him I'd go along with his ideas I really liked car to be while: the mechanic
r Is the month when boys to take on the responsibility him, but I couldn't explain why I wouldn't wave wrenches andaacrew drivers around In
I and girl all over Florida cf seeing to it that our children give In without sounding stupid or juvenile. the air as he sang and skipped and danced all
= and he left around the though he were in a hypnotic
J- their lie said I was too "nice" for him, car as
leave school and begin are around to return to Now I realize how much I liked him. How can tele stood on his toes, leaped I
annual summer vacation. school In the fah"And I get him back air and twisted his body, His boss rdt he
Motorists were reminded by HollowlY had a few wa a good mechanic and, if the music were
F the Peninsula Motor Club safety tips for motorists, par. DEE turned off, every mechanic In the place would
(AAA) today that this Is the cots and children: walk out. At to/1earnt: / an hour I didn't brine' :
beginning of the 50-day period 1. Instruct youngster to DEAR DEE: Plenty of boys s.111 like "nice, my car in e i When I wantto
sweet, fashioned" girls. (Tint's the kind ( see a ballet, I'll buy a ticket. There shouldbe
when youngster who are usually walk to the Intersection to they look for when they have marriage la a law against such nonsense In a place of
in school during most of cross the street never In the mind.) If you have lo defend your moral standards business
the daytime hour will be middle of the block or from with a debate, you are !. the wrong com (
playing! and walking on the between parked car*. pany. Forget this boy. But do*'! be surprisedIf
sidewalks and street 2. Do not allow your children he tarns up after be'. frown up, and tells RENOLDACONFIDENTIAL
you that you weie right, sad he'd like to have
"For months motorist have to play in the .treet.
another chance-this time with YOUR rules.
been on the lookout for children Whenever posiible, arrangefor e e e e
in school area where them to In S e e
play a super TO MAC! N. horse can
they have had the protectionof vised play ares. DEAR ABBY My husband has been dead go as fast as the money you bet on him.
vr lower speed limit, police 3. If a ball rolls into the for 22 years. I have continued to call myself
officer, crossing guards and roadway, teach the small fry MRS. JOHN SMITH. A friend of mine recently e e e
School Safety Patrols," Mar to look carefully in both direction pointed out to me that I was breachingetiquette Get it off your chest. For personal, unpublished
that since there is no longer a. JOHN
vin L Hollowsy, president of and watch for turning SMITH ;neither Is there" a MRS. JOHN SMITH, reply, write to ABBY, Box 69700,
the motor club said. But dur car before retrieving it. and I should be calling myself MRS. Los Angeles, Calif 90069. Enclose a stamped,
ing the summer month, their .. If there are no sidewalk GERALDINE SMITH. Please set me straight. self'addressed envelope.
J lately Ilia the hand of motorist and it i I. absolutely necessaryto
e e e e
and parents. walk along the roadway, MRS. GERALDINE OR MRS. JOHN
"Children often do the unexpected caution them to( walk on the For Abby'i booklet, "How To Have A Lovely
and this Is especially left, facing traffic. DEAR MRS. JOHN SMITH" : Your friend Is Wedding," send 50 cent to Abby, Box 69700,
the one who needs to be .et straight. Wheayou
true when they are preoccupied 5. If they own a bike, be took John' name, you took It for a* longas Loa Angeles, Calif. 90069.
with their games. It Is up sure they are well versed in YOU lived (unless you look another husband
to all parenta and motorist bicycle safety rule. ), not for as long as HE lived. tot.N.u"t,( Srndlc.t, too IM4Quick

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JAYCEE AND JAYCETTE OFFICERS .. Winter Haven Jaycee officer for the year juststarted r T
ajre, (top) frtrrt I"JI: Jim ,Low, first vice president': Jeff Gaines, secretary;; i Chuck
I Foley, state d"e Q.J,.. J, Shaw, president!; Eddie< Smith!\* second vice president. Not present
wrt Ed Stephens, treasurer. Jaycette Officer, below, are Mrs Eddie Smith, cording
secretary; Mr*. Cliff Moore, first vice president: Mr*. Larry Tucker, president; Mrs. Stanley
Friedman, corresponding secretary: and Mr*. James Plerson, treasurer.

Exam Station Young To Speak At Theater Meet Pick a Chevrolet and fill in the spaces

Set For Tampa DAYTONA BEACH (UPI) director of the American Theater
Edgar B. Young, former executive and Academy, Norris

Armed ST, AUGUSTINE Force examining(UPI) -station An vice Center president for the of Performing the Lincoln Vassar Houghton and, director Bob Knowlei of drama, director at (Now's the time to see the great outdoors in a great Chevrolet buy !

at Tampa to serve 24 local Art In New York City, will be of the Auburn University
Selective Service Board In mid keynote speaker at the fifth drama department.
Florida Is under consideration annual Florida Theater Confe Here you are on the brink of vacation time. There's Chevrolet array of extra-cost options.

by the Selective Service Department rence. HI' UM.S coif your Chevrolet dealer in the midst of Trade 'N' Travel Plain Impalas are anything but. They come in all

The week.long event here will HOLLYWOOD (UPI> Yul Time. You two should get together! Object-celebrating . popular body styles, including wagons. They're dressed
Director Col. Harold C. Wall start June e, Activities ached. Brynnrr, Introduced to golf
said here Monday the final declilon uled Include parades, an art during a recent visit to Hollywood the joys of summer in a new Chevrolet. up to a fare-thee-well; fully carpeted interiors included.

on the establishment of show, and a parade In Ocala plans a nine-hole pitch- Why a Chevrolet? Well, with 15 models in four series, ,,,T Bel Airs and Biscaynes, the lower priced Chevrolets,
such a station lies with the Other scheduled speakers Include and-putt course on his 160-acie what J possible reason! is there to look further? TRADE I nf1' make a practice of hiding it. All the conveniences, no
of the Army.
Department Stanley Young, executive property In Switzerland.
Take the Impala Super Sport (and a lot of people do 4 sacrificing comfort or style.

just that). Comes as a Sport Coupe or Convertible. Has Did we mention that Trade 'N' Travel Time won't

Speclors trimmings like front bucket Boats, center console, special last forever? It won't. So see your Chevrolet dealer. Then

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IHe Fans 15 From Boston lag While*seven softtaU the!till Aukwnsdale to*Mo** wu six Urn-rvaa women # m w\ F.r Plumbers 8-0

Bagley'a tray 0 Lurette ,,
By CURT BLOCK Hollywood\ Last year Al Lopes the lanky righthander aimed IS worked M hits for U Tree

UPI Sports Writer wanted the 22 year-old burler to Red Sox. a club record, and which wa sjont for I 1-1 tWo In ExhibitionBy
Dean Chance doesn seem to submit to a sliva test on the allowed jut two singles in a ord M it* Winter Move) Re*
be able to keep his name out mound And last week the Angels 1.0 Los Angeles win may have League.

of the headlines one way or management held an unprecedented Angel official reaching for a Other action last sttgM saw 1 BOB HAVILAND

another. press conference to new contract defending state CHI..*. Lakeland Sport Editor

A few years ago Bo Belinskytook clarify" a contract dispute Chance declared last week VoHiawagesietto sweep The Clearwater Bombers, ..***....*. world *oftbnchampion
Chance under his wing and with Chance that he would give the Angels. to a n-S win over Nvtberry *, showed jut why they have been that II they

the two were involved in an after But Tuesday night, performance $18,000 worth of pitchtaf and The Wagonette rewwM. M turned eight bill into that many rue last night against Dsn.Ms .
base hours incident inv at haves: hits Mulberry getting five heM the local scoreless
Ravine in whichi no more. A shutout of the Van- Plumbers of Winter Haven They
fees 10 days ago and Tuesday Lakeland maintained their to claim an 1-0 win.
night's masterpiece may lead in the tee itan&nt with The contest was played at Bartew Athletic Field with aU

approximate that figure now a 4-0 mark proceed! from the. game goiing toward upport of the Bartow
and you have to wonder whata The Bagfey win was highlighted Lion Club little league toot-
$25,000 would by four homers, two
pact bring ball program Over 400 toft- hits all
three singles againstthe
by Joyce Monroe and
one bill fan were on hand to
The 15 strikeouts are' tops for each sharp Clearwater club
Judy Worley and Bonnie
witch Bombers
the majors this season and Barnett Barnett also added top acoubl.hto.der Ml Reefer, John Stanley, and
topping Gene'sAuto
gave Chance his fourth win Elton Landahl got these one-
against two 101.... Boston's a triple while Worley and HOLT FUES -- Dave Holt of the Cypress Garden Water Upholstery 160 In the baggers for the local Carroll
first hit came in the sixth inning Patsy WhttheM got doubles Ski Team Qle through the air with what look like the greatestof nlihttap Lseter pitched five Inning
when Dick Stuart stroked WhiUiekl and Monroe each nil as he practice for this weekend' Junior Dixie Water In the first game. the striking 'out six while walking
a single scored four timesAuburndsle Ski Championship to be held at Cypress Garden, Bomber, now It> for the *e.- one. Marvin Simmons pitchedthe
V took I 3.2 lead ton, erupted for three rum last two Innings fanningtwo
The Angels' lone run was a after the first inning but six In the first Inning ai the first and giving up one walk
fourth.Inning product when loser runs by the Lur'ettes in the Billy Spencer Liz Allan three men at bat erased the and one bit Daniels committed .

Jack Lamabe walked Joe second inning put them out plate A triple by shortstop four errors, the Bombers
Koppe, Billy Moran singledand in front to stay Ricky Tomllnson drove In AI playing perfect ball In the
-1 Koppe scored on Lee Thorn- Next Tuesday the Bang-()- Summerford and Bubba William field.

: as' Texs League double Lur'ettes will play Lakeland at To Win DixieCYPRESS ( *, Tomllnson scoring on The Plumbers record now

Elsewhere in the American T p.m. and Auburndale faces Expected a In Ingle the by third Charlie Inning Tike the stand at 177.
Mulberry at I:SO.
League, Baltimore shut out Bomber added another tally
Kansas City 4-0, Cleveland GARDENS three events of the compelihunt when' Tomllnxm scored on an

nipped Chicago, 3-2; Minnesota Sarasota youngster Billy Spencer error by the Plumber center BOWLINGMIXtH

toppled the Yankees (-2, and Area Swimmers 14, and Orlando's Junior This year Holt has moved fielder when he threw to the
n Washington and Detroit were girl champion Elisabeth (Lit' Into the (boys division (13-16), plate.A U.AOICMlffc :

rr rained out. Allan, 13, have been tabbedthe renewing an old rivalry with long home run to deep Ihamberi 111', L

a the Junior Spencer,, left field by Wllllim that .A . :IS d
favorites to win
In the National League Philadelphia .
edged Los Angeles, Take 1 17? PlacesThe Dixie Water Ski Champion.ships In the girls division, Miss cored Summerford In front ....'.'. I 1\is\ e

4-3; Pittsburgh stopped SanFrlnel.co. at Cypress Gardens Saturday Allan. will be hard pressed by of him mounted the score to j. 11 1htf 1\i\ f
Wesley Walker, IS, of Miami 1-0 before the Bombers rounded In .
3 1 defeat and
; Chicago Sunday
..... ed St Louis, S-!; Cincinnati Greater Winter Haven and Nancy Schnerlng, 17, of out the scoring with two In Hums at 1
Swim Club brought home IT Sarasota.A the sixth. A double by pinch- III
downed Spencer surprised the water
Milwaukee T
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OPPOSING; PITCHERS -- Bill Roe, right l0-year-old right Meta clipped Houston, 7-4. place In the final of the W.ltCoa.t skiing world) last year by strawberry blonde who hitter Don McQuinn scored :r- y.a : Iotu

I hander won the first little league game of his career Monday a* The Orioles moved Into sole ships held League last Swim Saturday Champion at the walking off with the men'sworld wears her hair In a pony tall Doug Mason from second Mc- pee a iyr

the Optimist defeated Belk-Llndsey and Jack Edwards left. possession of first place behind Lakewood Country Club In St. overall title at Vichy during competition, Miss Allan Quinn went to third on an 2 I.11PM
aix-hit pitching of sophomoreDave Petersburg.In France, making him the Is among the top ten women error and scored' on a wild Ion 10 7PInM

McNslly McNally (4-3). addition the local elghl- youngest to ever win the coveted water skiers In the world pitch .. 2 10,
Moose Club Team Grabs Conrsd the winner Wean a.e MUI KIMISIMM ''
went out for the first Inning and-under girl medley relay champlonihlp today She Is expected to be Tom was .
I with a 1-0 lead after Jerry team broke a state record onlyto Spencer competition this a hip challenger at the 1965 moving his record to H MM* team :-m. sit W>K...,,"

Adair doubled and scored when finish second: behind the weekend Is expected to come world tournament In Australia for ttte seaion He struck out NYn1 Hlsj Mo'rtil... ..".. ru,.aWeals
First Place In AmericanBy A's starter Orlando Pena Greater Tampa which put anew from Dave Holt a member of Forty.five contestants will eight In five Innnlngs before ... ....... WI tine
Joe took mound Ile Linda Aehi.v till
Haney over Nebertssn
heaved the ball into centerfieldon standard on the books Member the Cypress Water Ski Team participate this weekend with Welds w 'krrMlf cal
a plckoff throw and then of the Winter Haven IOO-ysrd Weighing In at a mere 7J junior division events (II and duty In the sixth Jlaney, an h videal I ..m. Loa
BILL WATSON threw wild relay team were Sandy Mac under scheduled for Saturdayand tournament player In the W.ll. U. ....1. Itallry 1U
On Rotary No. 2 in the afternoon a pitch to the plate pounds, the IS year-old Holt
last two world tournaments,
Staff Writer action the Elk' Club Bong Powell' ninth homer Neish Mary Spanjera, Classy won first overall at the 1M1 the boys and girl competition
truck four of' the six
The Moose Club little league won Ill first game of the season completed the coring In the Parka and Debbie Kite. national meet while competing on Sunday, Jumping out LEADING FIELD
batters acid him
Two other second that ( NEW YORK (UPI!) Bob
baseball team moved eighth frame after the Birds place were events scheduled for the
into sole as it knocked the Jaycees In the Junior boys division. art
record this Is
possession of first place in the out of a tie for first place, S-1, had tallied twice in the fifth. recorded by local swimmersMiss : He copped tint plan In the last activity of each day, /Itaney'i 0. year Fsrrtngton of Rlchwood.harness Ohio
leads the
MacNelsh In his 25-yard nation's rae
American League as it rallied behind the of Chris Sam McDowell gained his
pitching The Plumbers managed only .
backstroke (eight-and-under) Ing drivers with 101 ,Ictorle.thl.
for in the of Barnes second victory in three days for
seven runs top who struck out 11 i
and Jan Thomas In the 50-yard and Stanley Dancerof
the fourth inning to defeat menThe. Cleveland and fanned 14 White backstroke (11 and 13 ). N.J.. Is the
group Hey Egypt
Sox major league standingBy
in the The 6 foot-
Tampa Electric, 1411 in lilt process
little lef hander, used southpaw who picked up a win The girls won sliver medal, Scratch League le a dill'I money winner with
night opener at the little Other local result were
1251.124, the Hsrness Racing
mainly s fastball and pitchedout in relief Sunday,
was recently
league field.
100-yard Medley Relay, boy
of stretch beheld recalled from Portland tailed IsteraUoealNatie.al Amtrirsa league At HavendaleA Institute said todaySWIMMING
The key hit of the big rally position a* where 8 and under Winter Haven Frees
the highly touted Jaycee be was 1-0 with s 1.11 ERA league W L. Pet. GB
wa a bases loaded drive over fourth, Greg' Nethers, Chip men's
Offense scoreless until the fifth He was supported with solo W. L. Pet. f BPbladelphla Baltimore 21 IS .CMCfckago summer scratch POOLCHEMICALS
the center field fence reIRtplteheM'JaM. Parka, Pete finlvely, and Steve bowling 'league will m6ve
Edwards inning home runs by Leon Wagner dlLoreneo. k c2S*U InM action
Max ANis and Larry Brown Sin Ffinelaco 26 IS .5111 IH 21 1.10 :34 tonight at Havemlale -
which 2f-yard Freestyle,boys S and)
appeared to be the ..u.101I'1 Polk Tractor Company rallied 2S II 371 I* Lanes Expected to
Chicago hurlers John Buihardt under: Pete Snlvely, slith. St Louis U II 543 :IV Minnesota HTH Sup.r-Cr.lor
first grand slam home- for four In the first 21 II .331 SHBoaton lot approximately' 1014
runs New York
and Don Mosil whiffed 10 Cleveland Pittsburgh 2.I.W.Cinclnn.ti 4
25-yard Freestyle, girls .
run. But, Teco infielders appealed four In the 23 500! T weeks, 10 four man teams
and 22
inning runs batters and the two-team and under: Mary Spsnjera, fifth. 32 21 III I PERCLORON
that Edwards missed fourth inning as it won its first total of 24 feU one short of the 2-yard Brea4e 10 have already signed up to aU
third bate and the in- bowl Each team will have --
umpire- game, 10-4, over till winless American League set lot year I and under: Debbie Kite, third Chicago 20 21 474 at* Washington II M 3M 12
chief, Buddy Rogers, granted Town 'N' Realty Los Angeles 17 30 3C2 I)". a iponior SWIMMIN6, POOL,
Country by Cleveland and New York (won bronze medal), Mary llpan- Los Angeles 21 24 487 7
the put-out after the base was hers sixth90yard. Houston 21 27 .4M TH Ksnsis City 13 21 341 13V Bowlers planning to par' fOUIPMINT I lUPPUIS
tsgged In afternoon action today in tlclpat In the league
Breaatrok. boy 10 New York IS 33 III: 14
All three base runners the National league VFW. Lucy Chunblis and under: John PImoM. 'Tuesday's Re nits should! be at lUvendale CHEMICAL SALES
scared however, giving Edwards 2-0, will face Villa Lumber fifth. Tntd.,'* Results Cleveland 3 Chicago I, night Lanes tonight st I p m, CO.

a total of 5 rbi's in winning 1.2, on Rotary No.2. First Pictured Ai Fair 31-yard Backstroke, boys! I Chicago 5 St Louis 2 Wash at Detroit ppd., rain ready to bowl J' tilth p.. 6W. CV 1-4171
his own game Federal 1.1, will play Belk- Lucy Chsmblisi of Win and under: Pete snlvely, fourth. New York Houston 4, night Minnesota New York 2, night
A three run homer by Lynn Lindsey, 0.3. ter Haven one of the top 90-yard Backstroke, girl 10 (Ineinnstl 7 Milwaukee 5, night Baltimore 4 Kan City 0, night
Marsh and a solo Job by women pistol shooters in and under Chris Hall, fourth.25yard Pittsburgh 1 San Fran I, night Lee Angeles 1 Boston 0, nightWednesday's
Frank Hill, both hit over the In the night opener at the the nation, has made the Butterfly, garls land Philadelphia 4 Los Ang :I, nightWednesday's RESTAURANT SPECIAL
little league field at 7 o'clock Prtbable Pitchers
left fence in succession, had under: Debbie Kite, rUth.100y.rd .
World Fair
pictorially Flickers
the American National Bank, Individual Medley, Pr.bable Baltimore at Kansas City
given Teco a 10.5 lead after 1.2, will take on the Optimist I that 11! girls I and under: DefaMe Kite, St. Louis at Chlcago-SadfCkl (night) Roberts ((3-2) vs Se WEDNESDAY NIGHT
of in the high
one Inning play
2.1. In the nightcap, Kiwanis, Miss Chambliss It pictured Rpaners; | fifth. ((44)) vs Buhl (II) gut (>.4).
scoring game, which was 01, will play Robert's Plumbing with Joe Benner of fourth 200-;ysrd Mary Individual Medley, Houston st New York-Bruce New York si Minnesota STEAK SPECIAL

called after four Innings 94PHILLIES. Indiana in a Miami meet girls 11-12: Jan Thomas eixth. ((41) vs Fisher ((33)Clneinashat ) (night-Ford (} 1)) vs. Roland
Alan Jenkins pitched a matterful The photo I II sponsored 100-yard Freestyle Relay, I I Milwaukee ((21). BONELESS
three hitter and Beat- by High Standard Manufacturing girl I said under Winter Haven (night) Maloney ( -5) vsLemsater Washington at Detroit sight)

Icy Insurance rallied for four Corporation and third, Debbie Kite, Mary ((12)). -Narum (43)) vs McLaln 97c
runs in the second inning to SIGN TWOPHILADELPHIA Is In the New England Spanjer. Clsey Parks Sandy San Francisco at Pittsburgh (04)).
defeat Wholesale Builder 4-1. (UPI-The display MacNelsh. (night) llerbel ((1.1))) v*. Law Chicago at Cleveland (night> SIRLOIN

Jenkins was In trouble in Philadelphia Phil lies have Benner Is employed by 200-ysrd Freestyle Relay, ((2SJLos -Morten tI 2) vs John ((22)).
every inning but always managed signed pitchers Steve Herman the High Standard company boys 13-14: Winter Haves fourth, Angeles at Philadelphia Button st Los AnI.2.. .
to pitch his way out of 17, of Uncolnton, N.C., and and Is presently developing Mark dlLorenso, Fred Mllrr.l1. (InlhO) Drysdste ((14)) vs twl night) Uorebesd 34) 4:00 PMI.. 1.00: P.M. ONLY

It, except in the fifth when Larry Loughlin, 22, of Tacoma, shooting st the Ricky Sands Todd Berr kenning ((5-J) and Connolly ((12)) vs, McBride ,
Wholesale scored Its lone run. Waih. and the University of intercollegiate level Miss Saturday members of the narl4l.,'. Canes U f I I) and Newman ((22)) I
Two of the finest fielding Santa Clara. Herman was assigned Chambliss works In the Winter Haven team will competent SI Louis at Chicago Thursday' Games i1sM6 ftlli I I
teams in the league Wholesale to Spsrtanburg of the Records Division of the the Ft. Myers Invitational. Houston st New York New York at Minnesota
players did not commit an Western Carolina League and Winter Haven Police De- Th. /final team Handings In Cincinnati at Milwaukee Baltimore at Kan City. nlbtCIIIt.o

error Loughlin to Bakersfield of the the St. Petersburg meet were Sao Fran at Pittsburgh. night at Cleveland! night NOITH Cats SHOWN CIMtli
two not announced. After qualifying Los Angeles si Phils, night (Only games scheduled)
trials two weeks ago Winter
partment Haven was fifth out of II team

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\ WASHINGTON (UPI) A Vi- tins strategist here but It apparently Mississippi standards, answered ination will Mad Senate confirmation TALLAHASSEE: : (UPI)-E.chol
!! .FI4 cant teat of the Fifth Circuit died a quick death speculation that be would be the and. tni CM MUM the state's IT counties bar
Court of Appeals ii a prime after falling to pick up any nominee with a statement that only after Its approval. by the received _,000 from the racetrack
target in the civil right itrug- heavyweight backing. he' not interested in the job Senate Judiciary Committee fund in the current fiscal
I lie "We make positive recommendation The Justice Department and. headed by Eastlaad.Hi : fear, Comptroller Ray E Green
Ant) discrimination leader on judgeships," explained the office of ..... Jasat 0. Influence ta mob matter Mid Monday,
feel their legal efforts would be the NAACP's Clarence lastland, D-afto*", and John C was illustrated when score of Race track fund checks for
i bolstered considerably with the Mitchell "However, we wilt do SteMis, D-MI**., report that a new district Judgeships were .,000 were mailed to the counties .
appointment of t racial liberalor all we can to prevent the appointment nomination is not yet in sight\ created during the Kennedy administration Monday and one more
moderate to fill the vacancy from going to a racist A nominee I II generally recommended The first one filled check will be sent before the
sun t The Fifth Circuit embraces a or someone who will defy the to the President by the was in Mississippi and the nominee new fiscal year begins on July.
'' Y a crucial civil righti area Miasissippl Supreme Court." attorney general after conferene was Harold Cox a onetime 1. The payments have set a
Alabama, Louisianaand Mitchell says the appointment '". with senators from the college roommate of East- new record, Green said The
Georgia and the nineS "will have a big impact on the state Involved.A land whose ruUng have been highest received by the counties
member appeal court la calked Implementation of future civil critical consideration for unpopular in the civil right since the tax was adopted was
upon to settle many racial dis rights. legislation." Mr. Johnson i. that the nom camp. S200.800 in 1962-C3.

... If President Johnson follow -r __-
The court' vacancy resulted tradition, he will pick another
i : 1A from the death of Judge Ben Miasisslppian for the Job. But Hear
r Cameron of Meridian, MlM., a finding a highly qualified at Abby .
conservative whose decisions torney In the state who 1 II not
often went against the civil considered a "racist" by civil Stay As Sweet As You Are !
right force rights advocates will be no easy
A campaign to have a Negro chore.
attorney in Jackson, Miss, Former Gov. J, P. Coleman Huron
named to succeed Cameron was a crack ccnitltutkmal lawyer AlligailTall
begun by a handful of Integra who Is considered moderate by

DEAR ABBY: I am 18 and I want to ask DEAR ABBY Since reading in your column
Motorists Urged To Watch you a serious question Do ANY boys like nice, that a woman changed dentists because she
sweet, old-fashioned girls* If don't give didn't like the canned music he used In his
them what they want, they .rou don't like office, I should like to express myself on that
them and they go find someone who will. This subject. I quit TWO dentists on this account
For Children SummerJune guy I went with was real nice at first: then But worse yet is being forced to listen to
During he started getting "fresh." He said if I liked canned music in a garage I sat there waiting
him Id go along with his Ideas I really liked car to be repaired, while the mechanic
Is the month when boy to take on the responsibility turn, but I couldn't explain' why I wouldn'tgive wave wrenches and screw driver around In
In without sounding stupid or juvenile the air as he sang and skipped and danced all
and girls all Florida cf seeing to it that children
over our :
lie said I was too "nice" for him, and he left.: around the car as though he were In a hypnotic
leave school and begin their are around to return to Now I realize how much I liked him. How can state lie stood on his toes, leaped into the
annual summer vacation. school in the fall. I get him back air and twisted his body. His boss said he
Motorists were reminded by And Holloway had a few was a good mechanic and if the music were
the Peninsula Motor Club safety tips for motorists, par- DEE turned off, every mechanic In the place would
t enta walk out. At six dollars an hour I didn't brine'
(AAA) today that this I. the and children:
still like "alee car in there to be entertained I When I warn
DEAR DEE: plenty of boys my
of the Instruct
beginning 50-day period youngster to
sweet fmhloned" girls (That's the kind to see a ballet. I'll buy a ticket. There shouldbe
when youngsters who are usually walk to the intersection to they look for when they have marriage la a law against such nonsense In a place of
In school during most of cross the street never In the mind.) If yon have to defend your moral standards business,
O lyr + the daytime hours will be middle of the block or from with a debate yen are la the wrong com- (
playing and walking on the between parked cars pan,. Forget this boy. But don't be surprisedIf RENOLDACONFIDENTIAL
sidewalks and street. 2. Do not allow your children he turns up after he's grown up and tells
you that you were right and he'd like to have
"For month motorist hive to play in the street.
another rhanre this time with YOUR rules.
been on the lookout for children Whenever possible arrange 505
in school areas where for them to play in a supervised CS. TO MAC No horse can
they have had the protection play area DEAR ABBY My husband has been dead go as fan! as the money you bet on him.
of lower speed limit., police 3. If a ball rolls Into the for 22 years I have continued to call myself .
officers crossing guards and roadway teach the small fry MRS. JOHN SMITH. A friend of mine recently e e
School Safety Patrols," Marvin to look carefully in both directions pointed out to me that I was breachingetiquette Get It off your chest. For a personal, unpublished -
L Holloway, president of and watch for turning SMITH ,neither atln Is there there a U MRS.no longer JOHN a SMITH JOHN( reply, write to ABBY, Box 69700,
the motor club said. But during cars before retrieving it. and I should be calling myself MRS. Los Angeles, Calif 90069. Enclose a stamped,
the summer month., their .. If there are no sidewalk GERALDINE SMITH. Please set me straight .elf.addressed envelope.
safety is in the hand of motorist and it 1* absolutely necessary .
and parent. to walk along the roadway, MRS GERALDINE OR MRS. JOHN?
"Children often do the unex- caution them to walk on the For Abby'i booklet, "How To Have A Love-
pected and this is especially left, facing traffic DEAR MRS. JOHN SMITH: Your friend lathe ly Wedding," send 50 cent to Abby, Box 69700,
one who needs to be "set straight. When .
r true when they are preoccupied 5. If they own a bike, be you took John' name, you took It for as longas Los Angeles, Calif. 90089.MNouakt.yndlc.t.
,4 Y s ,r tI r with their ,amea. It Is up sure they are well versed in YOU lived (unless you took another has-
r ,4 y + I to all parent and motorist bicycle safety rules. band), not for as long as liE lived : ., l.. lyre l

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startedtop) frtmi loft t: Jim .Lowe, first, vice president.: Jeff Cannel, secretary; Chuck d
Foley, state, dlreAJfc'L.; ) J Shaw president; Eddie,Smith.. second vice president. Not present
I was Edsro"phens, trpuurlJ.yeelte officers, below, are Mrs Eddie Smith, recordingsecretary
; Mr. Cliff Moore, first vice president; Mrs. Larry Tucker president; Mrs Stanley
Friedman, corresponding secretary; and Mr, James Pierson, treasurer.

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For Tampa DAYTONA BEACH (UPI) director of the American Theater
Edgar B. Young, former executive and Academy, Norris
ST AUGUSTINE (UPI) An vice president of the Lincoln Houghton, director of drama at !
the time to the outdoors in Chevrolet buy
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Selective Service Boards In mid. keynote speaker at the fifth dram department Here you are on the brink of vacation time. There'syour Chevrolet array of extra-cost options.
Florida Is under considerationby annual Florida Theater Conference
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The week-long event here will Director Cot. Harold C. Wall start June 8. Activities scheduled Brynner. Introduced to toll
interiors included.
in Chevrolet. fare-thee-well carpeted
the joys of summer a new up to a ; fully
said here Monday the final decision include parades an art during a rl'cenvlsl\ to Hollywood I
on the establishment of show, and a parade in Ocala. plans a nine-hole pitch- Why a Chevrolet? Well, with 15 models in four series, ' Bel Airs and Biscaynes, the lower priced Chevrolets, !

such a station lies with the Other scheduled speakers Include and-putt course on his 160-acr what possible prawn Is\ there to look further? TRADE TRAVEL make a practice of hiding it. All the conveniences, no

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CVRT BLOCK Hollywood Last year AI Lopes the lanky righthander fanned IS worked M MU liar 11 tar
DPI Sport Writer wanted the 22 year-old hurler to Red Sox. a club record aaxl which was good for a 3-1 ..- In ExhibitionBy
Dean Chance doesn t seem to submit to a sliva test on the allowed just two singles in a ord M tile Witter Haven See
| DC able to keep his name out mound And last week the Angels 1-0 Los Angeles win may have League.
"I the headlines one way or management/: held an unprecedented Angel officials reaching for anew Other action lat Big** sew BOB HAV1LAND
[ anotherA press conference toclarifv" contract. defending date en***** Lake- Sport Editor

few years ago Bo Behnsky a contract dispute Chance declared last week 1.1Id.ol..w...***tt.* sweep TM Clearwater Bomber, MM4hMi world Softball
look Chance under his wing and with ChanceBut that he would give the Angels to a JM ww over Mulberry. champions. showed just why tiny have been that a. they
tbe two were involved in an after Tuesday night's performance "$18,000 worth of pitching and The Wa.*iMt..* r.*.*M K turned eight hula into that may ruM brat night against Din.lels .
base hours Incident InC at Chavez Ravine in which no more" A shutout of the Yan. hits Mulberry getting five. Plumbers of Winter Haven. They held tin locals scoreless
)keea 10 day ago and Tuesday Lakeland maiataiMd th rInd to claim an 1-0 win
night's masterpiece may in the eec standings with The contest wit played at Bartow Athletic Field with all
approximate that a 4-0 mark. toward of the Bartow
figure now proceeds from the game toting support
and you have to wonder what The Bagley win was high Lions Club little league football
a $25.000 pact would bring. lighted by four homer, two program. Over 400 softball -
three hits, all singles againstthe
by Joyce Monroe and one
The IS strikeouts for fans were on hand to Clearwater club,
are tops each by Judy Worley and Bon- watch sharp
the majors this season, and nte Barnett. Barnett also added the Bombers cop a Dill Keefer John Stanley, and
doubleheader Gene'sAuto
gave Chance his fourth win topping Elton Landahl got these one-
against two losses. Boston's a triple while W'orloy andPat.y HOLT FLIES Dave Holt of the Cypress Garden Water Upholstery 16-0 In the baggers for the locals CarrollLaaset.r
first hit came tn the sixth inning Whitfleld got doubles.: Ski Team file through the air with what looks like the greatestof nightcap.In pitched five Innings
WhitfieU and Monroe each ease a* he practice for this weekend's Junior Dixie Water the first lame, the while
when Dick Stuart strokeda striking 'out six walking
single scored four times.Auburndale Ski Championship to be held at Cypress" Gardena Bombers, now 191 for the season one. Marvin Simmons pitchedthe
took a 3-2 lead erupted for three rum last two Innings fanning
The Angels' lone run was a after the first inning but aix In the first Inning at the first two and giving up one walk
fourth-Inning product when loser runs by the Lur'ettea In the Billy Spencer Liz Allan three men at bat crossed the and one hit Daniel committed
Jack L.m.be walked Joe second inning put them out plate. A triple by shortstop four errors the Bombers
Koppe Billy Moran singled in front Tomllnaon drove In AI
to stay Ricky playing perfect ball In the
and Koppe scored on Lee Thom Next Tuesday the BangO- Summerford and Dobbs Wll- field

1'-1: as' Texas League double Lur'ette will play Lakeland at Expected To Win DixieCYPRESS llama, Tomllnson scoring on The Plumber record DOW

Elsewhere In the American 7 Mulberry p.m and at Auburndale 1:30.: faces a In single the by third Charlie Inning Pike. the stands at IT.'.

League; Baltimore shut out Bombers added another tally
Kansas City, 4-0; Cleveland GARDENS three events of the competi when Tomlinion scored on an
( nipped Chicago 3.2; Minnesota Sarasota youngster Billy Spencer tion.This error by the Plumber renter BOWLINGHI
.J' toppled the Yankees2; and Area Swimmers 14. rod Orlsndo's junior year Holt has moved fielder when he threw to>> the
I f"" . Washington and Detroit were girl champion Elisabeth (LID)' Into the boy dlvlakm ((13-14). plate.A U.AU'I:
: rained out. Allan. II. have been tabbedthe renewing an old rivalry with long home run to deep Is W L

In the National League Philadelphia favorites to win the Junior Spencer left field by Williams that 4 it dLam
; iit !t edged Los Angeles, Take 17 PlacesThe Dixie Water Ski Championships In the girls division, Miss cored Summerfnrd In front ""-, ', I II] 4 4
Allan will\ be hard pressed by of him mounted the score to
"ii ., &-3; Pittsburgh stopped San st Cypress Gardens Saturday /jIN II'
Francisco, 3-1; Chicago defeat. and Sunday. Wesley Walker 11. of Miami t-4 before the Bombers round. III .
m_ Greater Winter Haven and 17 of ed out the with two In Hom. r
4 ... '. ed St. Louis, 5-2; Cincinnati Club brought home 17 Nancy Schnerlng. scoring r iKaser
downed Milwaukee 7-I; and the Swim Spencer surprised the water Sarasota the sixth. A double by pinch- =..: / I WAl
OPPOSING; PITCHERS -- Bill Roe right 10-year-old right- Mets clipped Houston M. Coast place League In the finals Swim of Championships the Vi eat- skiing world last year by A strawberry blonde who hitter Don McQuInn scored &\:' i :iir ;
I hinder, won the first little league game of his career Monday as The Orioles moved into sole held last Saturday at the walking off with the men's wears her hair In a pony tail Doug Meson from second. Me- Ut4
the Optimist defeated Belk-Llndsey and Jack Edwards, left possession of first place behind Lakewood Country Club In St. world oversll title at Vichy, during competition Miss Allan Quinn went to third on sn Pie :I t4
aiz: -hit pitching of sophomore'Dave Petersburg.In France making i him the I Is among the top tl'lwo- error and scored on a wild Pin 10 2
McNslly. McNally ((4-3)). addition the local eight- youngest to ever win the coveted men water skier In the world pitch. Fleet.. 2 1\1
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Moose Club Team Grabs Tom Conrad was the winner i iHtfti
went out for the first Inning and-under girls medley relay championship. today She la expected to be alroiu,
with a 1-0 lead after Jerry team broke a state record only Spencer's competition this a top challenger at the IBM moving his record to 41 team :-m* rri W.. lr.-<
I Adair doubled and scored when to finish second behind the weekend Is expected to come world tournament In Australia for the ....on. He struck out NuriUjg Mtfir: im.MflvNhMl. IOrio. tub..
First Place A'* starter Orlando Pena Greater Tampa which put anew from Dave Holt, a member of Forty five contestants will eight In five Innnlngs before Waits. M. MU lt..... MI "Mm'
In AmericanBy heaved the ball Into centerfieldon standard on the book*. Member the Cypress Water Ski Team participate this weekend with Joe Haney took over mound W Reps.see WMMktr an l.ind.NI A.hir, MS
a pickoff throw and then of the Winter Haven 100-yard Weighing in at a mere TJ junior division events (12 and duty In the sixth. Hsnejr an = iviauai, .m. n.ra.
BILL WATSON On Rotary No. 2 In the after. threw a wild pitch to the plate. relay team were Sandy Mac- pounds, the 13-year-oW Holt under) scheduled for Saturdayand tournament player In the W.ll. HI, Lola l Hullry It;
Staff Writer noon action the Elk' Club Boog Powell's ninth homer Neish Mary Spanjers, Clxsy wqn first overall st the IIIttInation.1 : the boys and girls com petition last two world tournaments,
and Debbie Kite, struck out four of the six LEADING FIELD:
The Moose Club little league won its first game of the season completed the scoring In the Parks meet while competingIn on Sunday Jumping
Two other second places were bitters that fated him.Haney's NEW YORK (UPI Bob
baseball team moved into sole ss it knocked the Jayceesout eighth frame after the Birds the junior boys division.He events are scheduled for the record this laS ) -
possession of first place in the of a tie for first place 5-1, had tallied twice In the fifth. Miss recorded by local swimmers copped first place In the last activity of each day. year Farrlngton of Rlchwood. Ohio
MacNelsh In the
25-yard lead the nation's harness racIng
American League a* it rallied behind the pitching of Chris\ Sam McDowell gained his .0.The
backstroke ( and under numbers managed only
eight- ) drivers with 101 vlctorle
for seven runs in the top of Barnes, who struck out 11 second victory in three days forCleveland and Jan Thomas In the 50-yard
this and Stanley Dancerof
and fanned 14 White year
the fourth inning to detest men. Sox In the The 6-foot4 backatroke (11 and 12 group). major league standingBy Ney Egypt: NJ,. Is the
Tampa Electric 14-11, In Ialtnlht' process. The girls won silver medals
Scratch le a din, winner with
The little lefthsnder, used southpaw who picked up a win League money
opener at the little Other local result were-
J259.W4 the harness
mainly a fastball and pitchedout in relief Sunday was recently Racing
league field. 100-yard Medley Relay, boys
The key hit of the big rally of stretch petition a* he recalled from Portland wherehe 8 and under: Winter. Haven United Press lalerastioaial AatnkM fagae At Havendale Institute ssld todaySWIMMING
held the highly touted Jaycee was M with a 111 ERA. fourth Greg Netheri, National Leagte W. I..hLGB
bases-loaded Chip
was a drive
the offenae scoreless until the fifth He was supported with solo Parka, Pete Solvtly and StevedlLorenso. w. u ret r.B Baltimore 21 15 J9Cklcsgv A men's summer scratch POOLCHEMICALS
center field
fenceby rettef bowling
inning. home runs by Leon Wagner ,2MU (54 24 U ,141 Iva league will move
-pltcheT amt1:1tw! !: ard. ill Ffenclset2e Cleveland 21 l II .590 3* Into action tonight at Han
Max ANIs and Larry Brown 24-yard Freestyle,boys and San t II ,5 lTwtday's 1KSt.
which appeared to be the seaason's Polk Tractor Company rallied Minnesota M II .871 3* vemlale Lanes. Expected IeI..t
Chicago hurlers John Buzhardt under: Pete Snlvely slith. Louis 25 21 .U3 3t4 HTH a Super-Chlor
first grand slam home- for four runs in the first and Don Moss) whiffed 10 Cleveland 25-yard Free.ljle, girls I Pittsburgh 14 21 .513 4 New York 21 II .511 SH approximately 1014
run. But Teco Infielder appealed Inning and four runs In the batters and the two-tam and under: Mary Spanjera, fifth. Cincinnati 22 21 III I Boston 22 n .500 T weeks, 10 fuur-man teams PERCLORON
that Edwards missed fourth inning as It won its first total of 24 fell one short of the :36-yard Breaststroke, girl Milwaukee 2112 ,III I Detroit II 24 .421 10 have already signed up to
third base and the umpire-in. game, 10-4 over still winless American League act last year I and under: Dabble Kite, third Chicago :10 21 ,171w Washington II 21 3M 12 bowl. Each team will have ata. -
chief Buddy Rogers grantedthe Town 'N' Country Realty.In by Cleveland and New York (won bronce: medal), Mary 9paa- 1.01 Angeles 21 24 ,4411 1 Los Angeles IT 30 3C2 13MKsnssi > a sponsor. SWIMMING' rOOLIQUIPMINT
putout after the base was jers, ilxth. Houston 21 n .211 7b City IS 21 .341 I3VTuesday's Bowlers planning to par i sumiis
action in tlclpate In the league
tagged.All afternoon today 50-yard Breaatroke, boy 10 New York 15 32 .11t 14
three base runners the National league V.F.W.. Lucy Chamblis and under: John PlemmoM, R* Mils should be at Havendale CHEMICAL SALESCO.
scored however giving Edwards 2-0, will face Villa Lumber Hfth. Results Cleveland} 3 Chicago 2, night Lanes tonight at I p m
a total of S rbi's in winning 12, on Rotary No.2. First Pictured Al Fair :25-yard Backstroke boy I l'hlcalIO 5 St. Louis 2 Wash st Detroit ppd., rain ready to bowl. .
his own ,.me. Federal. 1-1. will play BelkLlndsey Lucy Chsmbllss of Winter and under: Pete Snlvely,, fourth. New York 7 lluuvton 4. night Minnesota New York 1, night U Mark M.. I W. CT Lear
A three run homer by Lynn 0.3. Haven one of the top SO-yard Backstroke girls 10 Cincinnati 7 Milwaukee 5, night Baltimore 4 Kan City 0, night
Pittsburgh 3 San Fran I. night Us Angeles 1 Boston 0, night
Marsh and a solo job by women pistol shooters in and under Chris Holt, fourth.
Frank ( both In the night opener at the 25-yard Butterfly girls land Philadelphia 4 Us Ang 3, night
Hill, hit over the the nation has made the RESTAURANT SPECIAL
little I league field at T o'clock under Dabble Kite, flfta. Wedneiday'i Probable PitchersBaltimore
left fence in succession had World Fair :
pictorially Wednesday's Probable Flickers
the American National Bank 100-yard Individual Medley. at Kansss City
given Teco a 10.5 lead after 12 will take on the Optimist I that 11 girls I and under: Debbie Kite, SI Louis st Chicago-Ssdeckl (night) Roberts ((3-2) VS. Be- WEDNESDAY NIGHT
one Inning of play in the high Miss Chimbliss Is pictured tit) Buhl (52)
vs. .
21. In the nightcap Kiwsnis, fourth Mary !;pin,.", fifth. gut (3-4)
scoring game, which was 0.1, will pity Roberta PlumbIng with Joe Benner of :200-yard; Individual "Medley, !Houston at New York-Bruce New York at Minnesota STEAK SPECIAL
called after four innings. 30.I'JIIlUES. Indiana in a Miami meet girls 11-12': Jan Thomas sixth. (1..1)) vs Fisher ((3-3), (nlghl)-Ford (S-D) v,. Roland
Alan Jenkins pitched a masterful The photo is sponsoredby 100-yard Freestyle Relay, Cinelnnatiat I I 1 Milwaukee ((21). BONELESS
three-hltter and Bess- High Standard Manufacturing girls I and under Winter Haven (night) Maloney (1-5)) ... Washington at Detroit (night
ley Insurance rallied for four Corporation and third, DefcM Kite Mary IAmlat.r1)( -Narum ((43) vs. McLaln 97c
runs In the second Inning to SIGN TWOPHILADELPHIA ls In the New England Spanjer. Casey Parks, Sandy San Francisco at Pittsburgh (04)( .
defeat Wholesale Builder, 41. (UPI)-Th display MaeNtUh. (night) llerbel (2-1)) va Law Chicago at Cleveland (night) SIRLOIN
Jenkins was In trouble in Philadelphia Phillies have Benner is employed by 200-yard Freestyle Relay, (2-5)J) -Horlen (22) vs John ((22))
every Inning but always managed signed pitchers Steve Herman the High Standard company boy 13-14: : Winter Havea fourth Los Angeles at Philadelphianight Button at U Angeles ((2.
to pitch his way out of IT, of Lincolnton N.C.. and and Is presently developing Mark dILorenao, Fred Murrell ) Dryadsle ((14)) vs let night) Morehesd (34) 4:00: f.M t. 1:00: P M. ONLY
it, except in the fifth when Larry Loughlin, 22, of Tacoma shooting at the Ricky Sands, Todd Parr. Bunnlng (52)n. ) and Connolly (12)) vs. MrBrld.f .
Wholesale scored its lone run. Wash. and the University of intercollegiate level Miss Saturday members of the" *,...,'. Gases f ill I ) and Newman (221
Two of the finest fielding Santa Clara. Herman was assigned Chsmbllss work in the Winter Haven team will eomp*. St Louis at Chicago; "' .rl4la,'. Caaaes I I
teams in the league Wholesale to Spartanburg of tilt Records Division of the In the ,t. Myeri Invitational. !Houston at New York New York at Minnesota
players did not commit sa Western Carolina League and Winter Haven Police Department. The final team atanttng In Cincinnati at MilwaukeeSan Baltimore at Kan City: night
error, and Bessley had only Loughlin to Bakersfield of the the SI. Petersburg meet were Fran at Pittsburgh night Chicago at Cleveland, night NOITH SAYS, SHOPPING CINTM
two errors. California League not announced. After qualifying Lot Angeles at Phlla, night (Only games scheduled)
trial two weeks ago
waa fifth out of 13 team

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(I)- Announcements .) ((2)) Help$ Wanted ((6-A) Aivimals & SuppliesPOODLE I i I ((10)I ) Articles For Sale ((12)) For Rent Furn. ((12-C) Mortgage Loans

Large SeIediGDSI.eveless FORMER MARINES, receive .autltul Ouunpalg' CLEARANCE SALE! 3 bedroom unlurnlabed house

four ((4)) day pay each month miniature atud male Sacrlflr AK, (price rrglatrivdProven Phon CHECK BELOW FOR THE BEST 1MI 12th 8t. NW SU* 00 mo 1"1 \

Blouses for one week-end drill Regular ..6117 .IA POIOROID CARRYINl; CASE: .1
2 bedroom lurnUhed 127 Mar- |
: Km $18 M Now |*.MVlhWMASTER Mortgage Money
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credIts toward retirement, plus STEREO CAMERA low Dr., BE: "* .00 mo X

print and itripei the added earning power of two TINY Chihuahua upplea Reglateped LOCAL SERVICE fTLIH-LE\rRIII! Now 127 Ml I bedroom unfurnlahed .home 117 Costs Are Different \X
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4 montha old 1100 Adama C II ( r A CASK .
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at week summer camp in California Trailer Park U 8 27 at Dundee Keg 14 75 Now 114.16 Jan-Phyl HOW noAthertoi

in August CaU Mo-Wll, Phone H..... City .....12 2,. NORWOOD PLABHIUTE: METER Reltv-4J W. Central . \If your home ouUX -

Tampa, for details PETS , R... Prklngeee. .... SAVE MONEY SAVE TIME POLORO1D. Meg" flaw PRINT Now COMER.11." Modal Ave. CY .'3284. DM for a .,lIr. J*%

June M Chihuahua Pm Terrlera. ...... . 20 For Highlander.II dcl "Me 3TF2BEDROOM Intereit rat loan with

JJtb"'Acon .... Mmlatur Poodle. ..a_.. riea Rear (N M $ MPOLORO1D A out a.n.y tervic charge,
-- -- FLASH GUN Model 281
Ktttana Parakeet. .Parrola.Guinea Pip Mynah, Ham.Blrdi..... CALL TODAY Ref SUM Now lUll : luralahed apartmaat why ihouldnt you ben*.
on Lake Silver Crtve Summer iMK800
AGE SHOP THE H.DCAFETERIA I 4 from the living .
Baby Turtle Flah Full fit
._ ._..; _, Tropical ft. _..u.._.. .....;........_. ANDERSON DRUG CO. 2-1260 a month. Call CY H770CY 2-TF II' v\ nor* and more
MO Cypress Garden Road 2M Mb Bt. SW 224730 I.1 N BEDROOM air conditioned. Dlahaa { are using our

Open I A.M. til 7 P.II. IS NOW I SWIMMING POOLS AUTO SERVICE and Unena If dulred Near V courteous ,.,pIOpl'l
PLANTS FLOWERS 8E Plau. 1112 eth St.. BE CY .
vice no
for ((7)) To Buy or TradeWE Beautiful BIos Btokala. R-aet M70I 2ITF ,\J
accepting applications now for fill Baring Mourning. XI
Cooks TION and REPAIR. Financing. Authorised Factory Service Oaihryatler for II00 . 1
Specialrick o Bakers BUY uaed appliance and furNitue available W, R. H.1..... 0.... Plymouth ,Lancer CT Hut APABTMKMTS V MORTGAGE CORP
3-3 at Ave. B aM Hr.l IdW, Saltakleler
Call Valiant
Oil Salad Makers .. lurniture and we null Ilrooka need Appliance..ppllanoand .ral CY 2-M7 BulldlnContractor 27,May 30P.rmait.nt. FLOYD ROBlLftTB: MOTORS alaflei ar eeMplea low yealarwiad S -277 Magnolia
..... ,
lal Bulb II. 8W ANTIQUE DISCOUNT BALE ralea U by duly let
Counter -- --- --- 32-410:
o Help Blvd.
Furniture .51 Havendala
I Cold Wave a-TP I Inchea ol concreteand CHEEK HOUSE Call Owner fee .pp.I_.... Ma- S CY nm
o Diihwather ---- -- "..I. Beautiful marble I.nlab, l7June 11 Jut South of Lakeland In Eaton tam paepla wly 22-4114 erM CY
(completePLUS ) Park S-C < 87.1... II v
WE: B neada water 1. .
BUY USED CHILDREN no palntln never V>** ..., ,
Apply to Mr. Catlln at KIOOTEKa C. C Scott P O Box chance, 14 Yean In county,
TRAILERS water aoftner.
Southeast Shopping Center .11811 Bartow 24-Juna t Call anytime CY 2-7tt UPHOLSTERING Her guitar drum, megaphone.fttrignrator. amp VERMONT LAKEFRONT bum log rabIn -'
-- CYPRESS and/or guest fully
_no CarttIa Cypress Garden Road MONEY PRIVATE BUYER POOIJISJuna I btcyclae, furniture.owing equipped Weekly. monthly Mra I
Winter Haven Will pay hlfhaat caah, ratea for J1'out machine dinette ...11.. CY Harold Nicely Caaplaa LakeOreenaboro ((13)) Real Estate For Sale
I 1117 2z.June M
PickUp racial With Maik old gold, gold teeth. diamond., Ft.NE: UPHOLSTERINO EX Vt. II

___ 31.11 Jewelry. alerting.. dIver, old coin MOVING STORAGE lUtT REFINlSHMa Complete I x II ft. Sliver Gray Bigelow' outton FURNISHED I room dupleiAdulta .
and .t.t. .
ALL SECRETARY"eneral f.brlcooctlorl.. WOLFE: UPHOLSTER Carpet. $24 55. P a 5' French No' peti Eicellunt netfhborhood ONLY
$8.95CARLTON RECEPTIONIST 013.185528June Y SHOP 214 Avenue A. Top.itry outdoor dining tern.
office. iyplnf. ahorthand :\I' .
at CY 2-2710 Pay Night, rather ran, $35.00. 4 a 4 Glendale 17.TF
required. No 01..... need apply -- ----- - THREE IVORY BROTHERS 22-Juna 21 Linen paint of the Crueadea A
Prefer axe 210 M Apply per- MOVING COMPANY real conversation piece 121 60 Call PURNtSHED4rnum apartment
Mobil Horn. Call avenlniaCY
SOUTHEAST BEAUTY SALON aon Room 410 Philip Proleaalunall20am4UOpm. 21-4 1-11)2 IJ Agenta ALLIED VAN LINES CY HI)4I __ 14 440 W Orange Bt. Lake Alfred
IIld" Local Lone Dletanca -- Phone rR 2-1(31 Alao llf hta. water but there are still leveral kindiof
Southesit Plata CY J16391STK Moving A Storage BLACKBURNS DRAPERIES A THREE piece Early America turnlehed Adulta only 1.T,.
CONSULTANTS lo ill Lualer Coemetlca 2.3 & 4 bedroom homes available .
Call Collect . WS-7648 bedroom eulte In food condition.
Polk County We train ((8)[ ) Automotive Warehouee Oil Barlow Air Dine. CARPETS : Aim newly recovered lounge chair I : EFFICIENCY apartment air conditioned In GARDEN GROVE .'
_ _ _ _ turnlah kit. Writ P.O. Box !3(14. 2TJuna27Painting 140 2nd St, 8W 29J-MSO ,, Call 23-1037: for locatloa to Inapeci TV. Near North Oat
Orlando. 81.4 Make that old furniture aa good anew N and beach Orbit Motel, 160 eta Some of these are builder model
for hall the price ol new furniture St. NW CY MS7I -TF now for tale at
wanted.High .
EnrollNow arhool commercial! or bualee COME SEE USOUR Papering ltangei Wacheru . Dryer. 2-Bedroom furnlahed apartmenduplei prices
achool raduata, Mu.t be accurate -
ee Air Conditioner Reconditioned ( ). Florid room. IMOO a
foot and mod apeller, cap IN Repairing fully Kuarantead Terma month VARNER REALTY CY PERSONALIZED FINANCINGDrive
II he of handllnc aclentlllo and t chleal TREE SERVICE From 12116 and UP. JOHNSON 24464 daya. CY 2-7700 nltea 2CYPBFBS -
pa........ Call rR 2-1161 for InEXPERIENCED NEW APPLIANCES Lake AlfredPhone . out today Or call 2912517

Claim NowForminj ervlew. 2-S L J, McCOY . Quality workmanehlp ".11311, RItes 272-110,I..Tr GARDENS

waltraaa Neat< and LOCATIONAT laat clean and reaaon TRIMMING. CAVITY. DEMO88INU -- --- APABTMKNTFuralehed bedroom JOHN G. WOOD
able Phone. CY 2-4&eu 114 4th apartment,
dependable Call between 2 00p CABLING RE 8ETTINO USED BET OP CHILD CRAFT air conditioned, Clone to town an( ,
Mr*. cad& .m. and I 00 p m. or 5.00 p.m. and Street Jan-Phyl Village 11.T. complete clean-up free fcitlmalet. Like new Call CY IJMI after Lake Howard CY "1". 2-TF : & ASSOC. Inc.
..Special tuition ratei I 00 p.m.. Sundown Reatauranl 2-t call LUKE TREE SERVICE: (00 P.M. or before ( MAM. ,
CY M324 12-Juna 10 3.?, I I A 2 Bedroom apartment oa lake, Dt"Ieen-.era.
this month 001Compl.te ,- DININd ROOM WAITRESS ALUMINUM M800 a month and up Including
Straight Shirt pertenced 401 6th Street, S.W. NEW doubl. dreeeer and mirror utlllllee. Aim weekly rate!. Sierra
Apply Park Reataurant -- WO IthBt SWAP SHOP Silently marred 144(0. SAVE Court MuteS Hwy 17 North 7-TF 2TF2BEDROOM
T Moo. $300.00 .. NW. 21.ART 60%. tampa. .,h..t.. dreieera. ta. ..
COUTH ._ We have a large election of eSer.n' Encloiur.u eCarPerteeAwnini. bins, dlnetua, chalra, etc II00 upWarehouw BEDROOM! apartment Ground 2bath. Florid
.TIME work for men or women Wlndow Scr.en Furature. Balea 81th floor 1 A I bedroom houaea 608 room modern home with *
Include book, tool and uniform !. earn 30.00 to 180 00 per Building Speclaltlea WE BUY SELL TRADE anything 8t. NW. 2M Ava. U NE: 17-TF guest houee Plenty of u.par.ate ahady
*. week .. helpen In our advert elm( BOTH NEW & ALUMINUM of value GOPHER HOLE fruit t...... 12500 00 under marketat
program right In your netuhtwrlood DISCOUNT SALES CO INC SWAP SHOP Hwy 17 MagIc FOR SALE I Prullwood dlnmg; 117.BOO Owner traniferred
Easy Term No eelllnf or axuerlenc( USED CARSSee Let Oeonte Do It" Lakt CY 2-3 57U. 5-?? room entire. I like new Priced FOR HOUSES . APARTMENTS 186 4th Bt. SE: 2S-I
CARLTON BEAUTY SCHOOL .. ._ avenlnfa and Saturday Ava A A Ith St.. SW 051655433June reasonably 1471 Ave L. NW IS FURNISHED UNFURNI8HED .
or l'unda,. Call Mra Rand atM 27 ---- < IMOO and up ATKINS
321 Southlan AuburndaleWO ': -1101. Tamp for evening Interview Us CAMP TRAILERSCAMP MARK IV Auto air conditioner REAL ESTATE. ISO Art, E A Julia THREE BEDROOM I BATH. ALL
T.4588 glJ For the belt deal In town Complete Call after 630 pm. St. BE. 17-Juna II BRICK HOME paneled llvlngi
BUILDING REPAIRS 212-8154 I Tr room. large Florida room. utility
Day t Night Classes THE DAILY NEWS< : .CHILr h... all PINCKNEYOLDSMOBILE ___ __ MODERN I room duplex Nice room lUumlnua ceiling la. bull.In
opening( lor a college atudenl on u yard. n GE kitchen terrano CIllo,.. Beautifully
II. newa alall for the aummer Ap- TRAILERS for rent or aala I (I 10-A) Boats & Motors lake. Adulta, rlry.&tT'j: landscaped City water and

KEEP: Ia touch llcanta ahould have ...m. .rlllnlC For email repair Joba call retired Supply limited Reeerva yourdale city sewer . outalde city School
four eerrk-emaa lackground and be able to uaa . now Johnaon Appllancea.Highway FURNISHED 2-bednom cottage bui to all erhoole 170000 down
with all the Hometown. Winter Newt HimDally bfeaadtni ypewrller. Submit appllcatlom by' Phone CY 4 J211 builderCY 1-2470 17 Lake Alfred .272-112 CY'IMOI"u" n.lllbborhoocl. Call 19100 month. CY 2-1381 31.TF
him th
17 June 17
mall to Aimclate EditorNewaChlel 24-June 21 14 ft ribert-lau' boat. 't.IIHI : 2..TI'
. only :
Newe-Chlef Special rateiI and I :
5TT electric alerting C'llllllllllllhlulIlllIlIIIlllilIIlllllr.Just .. $ $
month |1.M, Call CY Hill aowTF. .. Winter Haven_2-4 Other extra. Perfect condition HOUSE for rent Purnlahed. un ::

___ 1 need an aaalitanl lo help double 19M MERCURY Moat noli. Call PAINTINGCHARLES CY 2-133, ll- furnished 2 Southeast Ideal for Usted
WHEEL CHAIRSWHEEL couple working or gentle
from 5126
Income Earning ll'rIa
my CY 841540. 251aPEEIJtMZTER man. Clean l 23.
I and up Agea M to U. Start OUTBOARD MOTOR : 71S Piedmont Dr., SE IE
Brtnglt't Jtutlry II..V! Meet at 1 00 P,M. sharp to- Wl U HP Mummy electric atari. FURNISHED 8-bedroom.
lunployinenl lieodqmr-. : TachometerComplete : IVERSON. PAINTER tnewly
stahl. at inn control" and prop Like newI6MI00
I..ro. 227* Cp.... Uardvna Rd. eervlca and new cablea. lob eetlmated or by the hour . 2il, 2-4 painted home conveniently In- Choice corner location |
122 Tklrd Btreet IWM CHAIRS for rent AbeHoc c.t.d. 8412 tlavandale I Blvd.
rent to the Amallng Howell OlaaaUlowera L A J Bervlc lea Ilk St, 8W Careful work . Call CY SMIIII ital Beda Crutchea, Walk Screened porch, E walking distance to all :
Meek South ., Port Offta 20th Bt. SW carporte utility
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CY ::16. 1TI :
It-June I .... Uommodee Godfrey Rental. FI8HIVU RIGS WANTEDWill room Contact Leo /ohnaon MU : Southeast schools and the =
Q-attty Watch n4Jewelry -- -- -- CY 2-2411 176 Ave A. NW 14-TF pay Spot caih for uNd outboard M7S2 Lakeland. 2-1
WANTED Hair Dreaaara, Manlcurleta 140 VALIANT V-:200. door. AT, up ta 12 HP need bonD 12' : new Southeast Shopping E:
Bt aJr Radio, Heater One owner Low
': Coemrllclane" for AIWS1CO.auty 10 IS aluminum or flaaa Uaedrallen ROOM FOR RENT with private : Plua |
Bicellanl condition Call
Baton Searetown Bhoiplng mlleua TELEVISION REPAIRCALL Brln your bill of aala entrance and private bath Cloeon .
Center. Lakeland Da. lluaranteedaalary 3,4.4.54 or M3-M4I 22-TF VACUUM CLEANERSPARTS LAKE 8II1PP BOAT BASIN CY 4-2332. S8-TF and =
: Entry porch formal
11..J1I1I. UALCOHOLlta rommlaalon Paid vaea --- -- ---- -- .. ----

lima, Call plua Tampa collect; KM-M71. 1M PLYMOUTH Sedan, I 3151MetropolItan JORDAN TV A lurnlahed bedroom with kItchenette entry foyer, 3 bedrooms =

Alter I.00 p,m. 17440, 31-1 Hardtop.. If Interealnd MK9M and, bath All utmtlu lunlob.d E and den (or 4th. bed =
ANONYMOUS l |12 00
.*...1"' phone CY 2-2127 between I 00 For TV Repair.Radio TranalalorCar III Ft. A SERVICE fur Klrby. : l 11-A) For Rent, Unf. I 3-2502. per week Call CY M | room), two full tile bath Ei
Meeting, Tueeday 5:15: P.II, a.mand'.ropm. Hoover Eleetrolui and all other II I E i 15 27' Ei
Health Department ((3)) Situation WantedWANT -- -- Guaranteed Free pickup, delivery and eetl- x living room
County 10 SPORTS Fury Plymouth Convertible S A II URBEN: STAMPS . E i thru
Moor, pub button automatic 1TF roatea REYNOLDS VACUUM APARTMENTS Dtri EXES : ((12.AJ) For Sale or Rent opening Sliding glassE r
lor d.bt.collt..d CLEANER SERVICE Phone bedroomi 140-160 to $55 4p
I will eel be reiponelble IranamlaaHin color, I 2 door to 30 ft screen Ei
oth.r than my owa to keep 1 or 2 children In luicalient coj.p.-r CY 243K2 4-June 2 BCASLEY tTY2J.COS4 1
while lop. RAH Condi : :
forward Bt. NW CY E porch kitchen features
from thta day home Reasonable and txperlneed .
my lion Illuu 00 CY 2 1IM 314IRis ACCORDION
--- --- 4 range, ,
fur or
hue .. 1K4 DEAL couple
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J., aiEVHOLaTT; S Ion pickup.deluge MARINE SUPPLIESMarine 2-Bedroom di.hw..her, disposal -

((5)) House Trailers cab RAH and apol light R'III.I.r now for claus .r private CY-4-2804-- --7TF 3 BEDROOM HOMES FOR E i other features Include =

Good condition Can be ...n at In.'ru"Ilon.. Give your child as op.portunhiy Ml'N.'MtF.R RENT OR LEASE option or E central heat and air conE
((2)) Help Wanted laO lib SE: CY 11471 or CY for muilcal
toll: KnIves
M710. 12-TF ('all CV 3-7105. TOWN d".a6rcITER. Areeiaorlea -- CLOSE OUT APARTMENTSWinter ale . CAREFREE COVE :i ditioning, Intercom. large Ei

TRAILERS >XR BAI.E: OR RENT --- -- -- : 3-July I i 40% Dlacount on allscc.uoriea Havana beet aelectloa S . Jujt north of City Umita i double garage To inspect. =
while bait
New or Ueed Avery Trailer FOR SALE IM* Oldimobile"lt's _ ___ they
ark, 2400 llavendale $2-27l a runner "' Fir*! offvr over |M 00 yi-ORIDA. WHOLESALE ho.l.roomi. kitchen 2211 equipped A'.. B electric NW. S minute to chopping Per i call Ii
Tire ServicemanThoroughly 21-TF taliIt. CY '-I7 ', 2-1 DAILY ADVrBTMINOUETl : DISTRIBUTORS INC. garage 12-TF feet family location . See them
aUt'Ln slut Havrndala Blvd. 2I27IN14June : i PAUL SMITH
TRAM.ER: 'II model 21 teat I bed- TRY THe LOW COST I 14 I BEDROOM -" Iw.t; homeKltrhm today .

eiperfenced rYlc. room Richard Leonard Moaely ((8-A) Business Property mCBVKE DIBECTOBV equipped I IN BEASLETREALTY ; Eve*. A Sun. CY 31002 E
Rd between Country Inn and Palm CO 134 Ith (I,, NW CYJT1T CALL 294-4254
bit *U type tire*. Permanent. Shorea Trailer Park. I ML No 2-Tr

Deference required. Lake Alfred 1.1 \r .r BEDROOM 21.TF TOWN COUNTRY !
Office Rental unlurnlahed houM _
1917 fireat;. Lakea Trailer, 5 a 45' 1237 2nd Bt NE!: Near< Lake
Two bedroom flood condition, Lot >R"SALE OR RENT 2 Bed 2"
00 month CY I-2M3.: )
Silver PI a noft.ij1rrfjnr.3.1141
1 No 4 Lob Alfred I Trailer I Park 1.7 I MODERN 3 paneled sir conditioned ((9)) Business Opportunity ((10)) Articles For Sale _._---- J.4 per room month.unfiirnlehed Low home dow Rent payment 170 U. UIiIU

tiJmImJSTORES; orflc .. Suitable for pro- I BEDROOM unfurnlahed dupleikltrhen A lake over payment 102 Ralph g

eialonal accountant equipped. 22H Ave F. M Auburndale 2IM IO mornlnga
men, NEED< TIRES IlIlllIIlIIlllliullllufluflul,5pIill$ $, , $
(5-A) Moving & Storage lavtyeri finance etc. Ample Reduced For I SPECIAL RICES on ..1.tH.. l. NW. Beuler Realty Co CY 2-1787 M-Tr before 12 and after 553 p m 12-TF 31.3

parking in rear Located at 239 MLAYLOCK OULF SERVICE '
NiCEibedroom unfunuehed 1 homeIn
elk Street Ave A, SW MPER1AL MOVING STORAGE A Third St.. SW across from Quick Sale 2UUO lib St.. NW "B section Beaalar Realty Co
Prompt and efficient .."Ie. for 10-TF ,
Exchange Bank parking lot CY I-2W7 28-TF

2J CV all: your 2-41M moving for free Meda eetunatea Call Coin Laundry, well established "dtlOftod, work I BEDROOM J bolh. J'lortda room'' I CHEVROLET SALES FAIR
Llnee. lnaervlng .. uality men a
Agenla fur Atlaa Van Call Owner with air .ondltlour. 055 per
wallroaa. uniform See
WANTED, Eaperlenced. all 10 .,.... ItT showing net returnof Not pre-pacaaged month.. 3-Bedroom. all irhool are
Apply In pereon Cbea Reelaurant what you buy All aliea and colon
11$ 110 .tceth. John Wood Rca
Appearance moot be neat. No< CY 4-2444 $1 18 per ault bla Ariana Ave.Auburndal. p.r
over 30V. on invest A.c.m from COaIIn.'l: 1 Estate :3,23517a : H
phone ealla. !
---2: ((6J) Special Services tal Call en n.T" TODAY'S SPECIAL

I IIIN: . ...1.. Pout.. Port %IIIiSItart 39 ment. Terms can be negotiated --- -- -- ROOM* Wove block." Near home Joo.a with Body Frtjldalre Shop.
"IIJ11O. .
$200 hour Call CY I ROOMS ol fma ,umltu,.. Include CY IH7, U
roR-UA fi
00 .a.... to see am.MAN n.T" Winter Haven Drafting Ce Teiaoc Service as owner will 4 piece sectional, retrlcerator,
: All Commercial a Station MX Ird. Bt. SW CY M T4ITF :22 all Tak
Guaranteed;; types range plecee n -
.alary to 141000 44 for month debit Experlencaunneceaeary i Reeidenllal Uuaranieed draftingBatlafactlon I nance. Call now for full in. ever 11(00 paymnnti 1 month old 51 II Warehou.e pir week.; = ((12J) For Rent Furn.

Complete training pro ; Draw UU* CY 4-1432 formation. Pit,,. Sal. II 5th at., IW.<
gram. Apply 1134 E: Memorialll ((9)) Business Opportunity 21-4
Lakeland, between S.W a'm. :
and noon or phone MU 2-1141: for FURN. ROOMS
appointment ----.I Now Only $9,900 GET profeulonaj carpet cleaningreaulta.
.- : raw Wwnrlc Carpet
modern equipment Hickory Business Shampooer II 00 per day with pur $32.00 a month. Near Thriflwayi
YOUNG MEN fulfill your military ! NW. CY 2-7M4 Met fcdna Schemer I I r... ol Blue .Luatre John IMawlHardware beach Separate entrance -

obligation with only sis ""u". 34 Opportunles 1 4fl1't7J.H 11: i 2-4. Parking WAn. J. NW.
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month active duty Return for CY 38379 2S-TI' -_

service with your local Marine Walt's TV Service AVAILABLE IN Wca&fafeI' REPOSSESSED ---- .,
Reserve unit. Call I3U911. Television Service I 144 *1":. SAO Automallraly maketIsnty I Nice 11 00 ",.11. CY ..I.... IO-Tr
for detail II WARREN SECKIU Realtor itltrhea. mon on button. --- -- -- -- -- S65pg
Tampa, I Be Built In South
I make buttonhole. doea everything FURNISHED: Dl'PLJX: 1-11:1)0: _
Jun. *) All make Part and work J(10) m. aturhmenta needednnnlahed >.. 11I&:10\11I: AIR C'ONDITItNED PalVATE. .
Lake Shipp AreaAT - In .beautiful. ebony ael Aduiti nab Be peta p1cm..
W'-iTi\iii.\ WANTED Apply topereon manahlp guaranteed< No eitra In luggage type. portable carrying 5-S Ave A. SE. CT 5-1575. 31-5
enly. Blue Bird Drlve-la charge within 10 mile rad.ui RECKER HWY AND raee with all .....troll.. Will take -- --- -- i
Laka Alfred Road 2-TF CAMELLIA DRIVE (ACROSS ( ) Articles For Sale sac 00 dill of 1709 permeate of Lake Alfred CY 2-4M4 .-, ISO 00 par tnoMk Call W, PYonaUy .
FROM OIL STATION ---'- -- - .. CYS4UeU ;
Off CY a-0 er I
Fl MIS 14-TF Nova Sport Coupe
Far check' .. .
1-Juoe T Jackson' Minit MarketTo . 1 I
SERVICEMAN6e enforcement auiaatareother AIR coB4ltto...] 4 roonu. Florida
---- ------- purpvaea alee datingalampa roam Alluwaare M real fee Uwa WHite a nlver blue. Pow.rgl.de whitewall .
opportunity with DRi18IIJUJUNlJ A ALTERATIONS Be Built At This _I. pocket PRINTERS cam Water rwa....... 2U44O. CY ,
Ia my home II.. Wilbur loot.s34701 I "._ STAR PKMS Phone. t'Y MM. M *. t.irted-wmdth.eld. padded Uth 52389Center
leading Past Control Or. _2-4 LocationNOW !-** Ill Ave A NW --TFIMHIlH wheel covert, retrectable teat belt
flaniiation. Previous route HOUBBS WASHED 1---; Sek I or* ad is BED; CC flreup Super Sport VI also[ jn "oelr.r .

.xpIF.nC. helpful but not Walla waahed eavea and roof 4UidMildew LEASING SPACE FOR: PLAIT. ROOMS. Ntco ,lane airy emma -

neeemry Applicant with removed.('Y 401 Cell*. e Barber Shef .Me....fee"'...I.eaPortuUca. Hnti.. MarV COMMIXCf | loBveamtte. :Call located CY Male m OM or PeeUIBvtWtnc CY ,

noat Initiative Before I 00 a n A after I 00 l-.m e Ready Sales I (.Ma. CVaaawmb and labIa INDUSTRY | 14347 -TF I
30-VP BHAW at Bnatea bebbM) IO A I _ I
work e Tola Laudry _. J
and wlllmgnoit to tJ 2M GENTLEMEN: Roeau by week.ReawuMe .
advance within our Other B-toee* $ tOmNMINT | Slerre. Court: MothS
can (6-A: ) Animals & Supplies Hwy IT Me< Good Incentive
orftentiatlon. Far InrormatiM CMtactJOIIV BUDDY iATboa X
arrangement.Broad Dr I* aeev ----I LAKEFRONT: APARTMENT S I IIiEI.RO
pay chaac* t* ail de*> I Room a* reeMlMe4 ekuffleboard
of employee MALE BOXER Stud "",lei E. FREELAND waatid al i .. _. 1042 roa CT ..ar.t
benefit program 21. Regletered law. A white 100 IMk SC. SE IIIOP at 5Gfcuddy \ 1 IMS a loae Cameos Dr 2-TF
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CY $-1561. 15- ln&WiNTtt
35. Only applicant who ---- -- luster naft" Fla. : SmithDem UAKEFRONT 2.> dn ow> bMe
MINI PINK POODLE SALOH nm.sul old Mag* ha* to be auld.. Some I I traitor Hfl _III. PI 0* >year>
csn wltKitand thorough Complete profeeehMal glWBmlMTlay ran dam aatlcha Nervy befor lID I II D3I Lake ('..... Price ,T
Invettigatlon need apply. toy pupplea analiabt.AEC 29-31-24 toe late. MENCYi I II 1-4442 ..*,.._CT Will mmw .. 2-4
regUMerad. Phoa* I
For AppolniTnent 213.1701Isif -- I I 111 "... A. NW m=o I WINTER HAVIulS FINEST:
a SEAs out PITS cLnAll 't/PCDU krtannt*. amall nr bnlrott air. roejdltiun .> $ .
CY 4.3201 BLAI.1t ireat Dane puppy Rfgle- mudeni II at_ Will eelS cheap ..*-....rd player Wr .,.11.. w.rii. uooo..nM ". -e'tcW IMPEaIAL I APART.
Telephone lend liuttt Fur uiformaltoii. Alee can a4 truck abeaaCY ,lo8713Ilt1e red wagoa II .W lall MLNTI. ... Av. H. BE: 2M-UM HAUNp.
call WIn a/ler I 00 ,-... 21-4 2-1217 IONIUM I H 14


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((13)) Real Estate For S.le! ((13)I ) Real Estate For Sale ,:

.. A Vital Health Test j its A delicious* a result self of selling Lower slices Slobbovia of

TAKE UP PAYMENTS: CB GAUGE fc S ACRES ia now a nation of .i11ionl "'s. \
ANALYSIS of the urine aWl Diet and mesHnaittoasi CM sine ) I.
No town payment, BO quality 310 feet highway frontage b), remains one of the moat reveal' affect the acid or alkaline oo*- I The Billionaires are Mighty restless ..

oa three-bedroom 1 bath con- appro- 700 feet deep. CB build, ,.in* teats of the body. in health teat of the am.*. though cine their nation

crete block home BuUt-kt G.E. lag M x 50 hat office part I and rHaeeas Btto ...... In eertain dlaiasaa Itself i* gradually disappearing into 4"
oven & range large lot Good dpt, restrooms. pump at well Performed limply and quick- of the liver and the gall bladder the atooach of American children I se fU

neighborhood near achocrts Pay Iv. right in the doctors office, bile pifMMwto fitter into theurtae o'e''
Suitable. for i T -
Jiffy Store Laundry :.
of : \.r.::: =o-o . I r
menu $90.50 Include ln ur or Garage Located on old !urmalyals often provide vahl and five valuable dtaf-

once taus will drop approx. Lakeland Winter able Information about the astir information. Jaundice of
Haven road al
m.te1110S after qualifying ;chemical condition of the liver. the body quickly reflects StasH
entrance to Sun Acres No
homestead exemption Drive bat re the kidneys and by a characteristic color of the I LETS tlei, =M TI4R coP na 1 TM6NYOU MUG TMTVB L POMT

MO 17th St.. NE then phone Itrie ou. $11.500 Good fmanc ( the blood. urine INR, yOtfRE WITH CREAM ANC5U6AR CffKAM LIKE

CY 3379to lee Interior. log The kidneys RISIIT BOTLG I AND 51AR thus
Protein Accumulation CA THE BLACK
12TF EDNA WATSON, REALTOR are the maincomponents Mlrrowrople study of the eoePE.IWsu OKAY I LaDICR/
928 Ith St., NW Winter Haven :1 the complexurinary urine may reveal blood, bac LJl7Q, 1 SIR.
Phone CY 4-4119
Golden syatemresponsible teria and pus cells. Protein accumulations .
called casts areoraMonatty
SJ o
found In the urine. t-
OpportunityFor __ : I a waste the disposal products.of indicating certain disfunctions

of the
someone who Tree shaded laktfroni whrrr I Dr. Coleman They also regulate I M
can recog mother con watch kM ."lm & the healthy teats are but a fragment -
nlie a bargain when he sees .bedroom "howw Bill: "orILohop I..r of the many that can be
chemical of the
one. 2 bedroom, Hi baths, Dad 30 orante trcn on 130: i 400M. composition performed to extract from the
Call Godfrey, JM.T4V74 blood a* It circulates through
drapes, refrigerator air conditioner them. urine the telltale evidences of

attic fan underground What doe the doctor look disease The presence of hormones w

irrigation Total price $14500 Better Homes & Gardens for in a routine examination of traces of poisons such

Find out how easily you can the urtM'bclkoat.d a* arsenic and lead, and even

own this buildcn trade-in Furnished Modoel Home OPEN Possibilities narcotic, can be detected QUIET, 7 Sri WMO$ YES, 1 19 TMR B091fRN e0MEB0DYWNp

Call 2932317 Sugar. The of high of the urine.Urinaly.ls. AND .
at other times by appointment1LAK1EWOOP presence eUT. Dt7vaI N t r WAe MRS, JIOCGJAMEb
sugar content may Indicate die la a vital part of DACIPJC7CP _
JOHN G. WOOD bete But It may also signify the complete medical examlna AROUINO! >fTHAI'

I ASSOC.. INC 28 TF 1 )( the an overabundance diet of sugar In tlon. e e e R a& LA.1 -

Albumin. In good health, the O "Iro cl

kidney do not allow albumin Gratifying Report
Phone 2U 2S17
urine Then are few more grail
OWNER' to paaa Into the Albumin

I BELL LIKE RENT 2TFSBEDROOM to a kind of body protein which, tying momenta than when your .
.wast when found In the urine, may doctor gives you the comforting

iJuneFAMILY I Indicate Infection or Impairmentof assurance that your heart,,

I bath home Bear Cr- the function of the kidneys. lungs, blood pressure, weight

HOME, a-bedrooma" very Florida prose Qardens.room, bullthidHhwaaher Lara asaa1.1 le u, But It la only when albumin ts and general body condition are

modem. large lot Well landecapwiBrparata . 1 utility roomcarporte .....". consistently found In the kid excellent for your age group

Fruit T.....underground- Term. with Irritation owner aprlnktor. system m-TtlO, ne y* that It has special alt. Health. examinations at intervals .

BEDROOM on i lou. Can.bomalltrailerpark niftcance In diagnosis. A single decided by your phyal-

Only REAL I100WATKINS ESTATE: : specimen that contains albumin, clan are a wise Investment In a

CY .WIaJIIIM OUT OF TOWN or even sugar does not necessarily health and productivity. J J.r N
indicate dlaeaeeKidney. .
OWNERmust Tines column* are tetignttte -

.' Ability relieve your /ear about
Beautiful New
HomesBy tell very nice 3.Br. Ranch 8pwlf gravity Thin teat Indicates keatth through a better .mtfita4l

Jim Walter Corp style home located at 708 Ave. the kidneys' ability to ...ff ./ your mind and bodyAtt a

SHELL OR FINISHED L, SE. Owner will be at above conserve or eliminate body the kojM/U new advaiicesIn J

On Your Lot address Fit. Sat. Sunday No fluids. medicine reported Ana are

phone . Any reasonable cash Acidity The acid and alkaline kwnmt to doctor *t>erywker.. i1i1
Complete 100% financed
offer or trade will be seriously content of the urine sometimes Your individual medical prob-
plan Payments ai considered . indicates Infection or disease in Isms should be handled by pour,
low $28.M
ai per mo. far removed_ pun of the bodY. owe factor. Bl know you 't.
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3-1 : reO u.c: Kl*( Psarane ysdleeie.. Is&lNctv I

i Be Sure With Jan

Call DOW for appointment LOOKINO bedraeSM FOR- Sims A HOMiT13A4 Mnftvntsfeauct Standards Set for Lumber I IIf -

Jan Tomas Enterprises BCHOBHTITTijBR Ckjiek B rraeask A CO *'*M.II.. A.\II'\r.TO'V (1 t PI) .. II Ii kiln.VW, tt,-eVMthlpffil ar r -- --- 'i-tOOK ) -vwtu.

..E. BONDED BROKER Nllea a Wk-..n ._11. M Tni tinlitm. lumber menuftrlnrfrt In lit grrrn' nmHim "" I '0VU tNnowTLe2 .

General ContractorDay huff la turf lion,. _. o.1sonA.eIN VaKA4Ll131 :- / POWER ,

1100 DOWNI h"O million ...
28M8M Nile 293-0672 BR I Bath CB Near ....... 7I//S HOOTS ffHI 'H5FON sl
Chart McComla. R.,. Braker ..".11, and flff ihi m m lwffer fOR VIOITR4IH; ; ME
I prnJtirl In km*. r
za.TFlial" 313.2445lun.1 Mortimer It. Doyle, .Ir"'.' BOSTON (UPI The New .,,'RI. . t'I'I'IACC
England Shoe A Leather A_- W
LARGE sire rjH prrnnrn, fj dir ellonml tl
CB IJB kulli-In lIlI1te"'n. (13-A) Groves I.dinner ..t.nxjerennr.A.MNlethal elation haa advised altoe manufacturers 0 ; !
larro sodded lot, $10000 down ..pproumat.lr to prepare for a bin
17000 a month GENII: ..r< the Injunlryhtt x
Increase in customers under the 1a }J.
COOPER REAL ESTATE, Lake prn/MMea* li lumfWr P'''' 1 7sI0RiIGiR="' q.ah4lrshMaANvxil -

Attend, 11x..1516. a-a 10 laic.ACRE Park Mature ';"V.I Mounlde J",... and mrf. new atae . sres aatMloo After analyxlnc population '
rraprtrult. MOOU Terms nt tl.nJtr

  • 3 & 4 Bedroom Houses net LAKE\ ALFRED REALTY adhere /Ace ...".. trends and fort-casts the aaao i. .
    00 NI4AJ elation estimated the numbri ..
    our, ,It,..,., hr
    Central heat air SE location. .
    of children In that ae bracket '
    .. /. A. tltHilmrJi would '
    !< | urn
    Hillcreat and Rydlemont . ( ) Lots & AcreageGosh ,....Ir. tier ell fsmfcerHfcrlAer would rIM from 20.344.000 j mIn rye J I
    OR I960 to 26.IM.000 l imi I by - --
    .,.... at dry. tntt
    Will build to lull your need. 111'71 l a aaln of 24 per cent -
    /arm tprrt/ifj tin price ili
    293-0704 And It wn estimated. that thr ---- { MavN NIAAr / /, NUM 531 rlllAaeimff. 'Mt IDv0O.t
    Do We < ,...,.11." In m tlrurtitrr. AlprnrHI -1 4s Ol04, )h r: A'r AMU .
    air rP m 7400sJ
    III number of small fry In the S to ,,,, n? rlles'e Psis o -"
    a miminaf i \ 10 ran 9 bracket would Increase ( Oil IAGJ, RI+IQ IAM I1WMlN ARt.A / : noty nwleve, MMtfflXr
    racy e1 marls a f/l (urn
    Why Drive? Have Lots! ofimeit.1..M end f/12nif period 17 per cent duilnii the FPnusSS yJrlJwx
    .. .
    inch ( fA olnrr. JrpfnilintLegal

    Ownership of this well /m m.d.INr .....,..., .It.- "sr 1
    Court Record
    maintained modern 1 bedroom Wedgewood TerraceNew .

    2 bath home means Subdivlalon . Southeast Advertising IICUlT.... ,easily.... ) r

    you can walk to North . City water and sewerOnly . wt' Dote :.y.1.dNs.. SnAat 1' r I Irf

    Gate Shopping Center and 4 Iou left . Call today 11'1 THIle S Iut IT /'''' a?. TtIIITII: MIINtM, . 1
    JIUIIIAL (1141ST MILE Mu del >i n>r-< rCeajfir
    moat churchei Perfect for without delay! 514.510 el U. ",1 OUM II ... ;
    CO1NTV. *. ..
    i lTsMi
    Ue Biaejiei I l''' 1 f A- :
    retirement or for the family S e a 1'1 SNANCEKY's..Sbe551 lat eadOMUMUM c. il>ilUjUT u, 40rNANR4

    thia home baa a large INIELET/ 10051, n 5g.N5M ; taalTMLMa, rr nee 1M {; f ,
    lawn with and Volatia Drive; SE DVMBAILP1.4415f faeee rNx euim etmiti. :
    orange R c lii." .k H a*.M. w nut e
    Arne .1'11 N.w ........
    la in one of Winter Havell'lnlcelt High o* a Hill . .2 lots, eats WARREN DUNEAL- A..... J..._. Vlt.0..i. ...." L a
    1..1. v"tan '
    residential areas n' t US' . Owner aailousMake . Del..1 w".I"... a 0'"...... ".. tr" I NOTICE: OF KIIT .,
    Feature include closed roar
    a offer today TUB VTATB: OF FLORIDA TO : .",. w .i.".'" RNI5/. ', ,M" r..1''Q' IQ" "'t AI I),,' ;I. ilea
    garage awning windows, WARKBN DUNHAR WkuM RrM, ,
    a Jura MM Lo. H .att IU Isiah osdw fI' Ix1 AI-15,1./r '
    m h 1. > yUy strolls' what tart N;
    large living room and kit ace as4 MaUls Addle. le Ua Ueeiu. a..., MAY 'Ulf V JA: r. 'd T II.55 1..1 II + ..... rIna .
    .. WU1. A {I u1 rlls ,S '
    cling with built-in oven and Wintenet GardensBeasWsl Tens arc..4.- ., I IM5N ..1'' I. ,
    on hereby Bettflea that a 111' ; ,'; l .f INI I lit! /
    Aimar u SM in s i MIt5 II|
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    range eutt lot ell" aoa lea nie 5NN.I.N r ,It",
    trees . ...- yw la UM as.n rautlodCOISM 5r. .. .. ..IM loud ; a ( M'Js Ii : nI
    frail magiUftceat wgt {
    I IJ 't
    lad UUU rw are kerekyreemred .mNrlri,. -.., i'i WN
    On. of a kind in value this. view Best Bay e* U cerre a eosr rwsreaewer -' =' r : i?&, an. I wlwtr ,I j u'faCtin 1

    home may now be purchased a..ta-GI.L.kq ONLY er ether wftts :=: :'Nal4 .
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    WalUr W I
    usnei Master a If MIN h '--
    at the greatly reduced $1,506.. auemep. ..... .dlr.r r ..0 pnt Ainrw ....' I
    price of only $17,000. a a a Bey *M s.---- e:* erkekra ..I kiariees* aatf D t'1::"': -r- 1
    n >M AMetwini 1/
    .... jam dar efJwa*. A OIM . .. ; I
    Don t delay can us today (IMI I loin r r l i i III ,
    ass fceton or wasnlst l lUwraafter > MIry l?" a 'r int m... ,leal". A .
    Bachtyeiff* : ta Me will Ike Clam ,U. .. I 11. r
    = ::0
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    of tile above stfM Cowl .... ortf dKi.MWM. r. Dr.* M M*> II '. :. \

    LEIS BROS. Nice lot with LAKEHEW *fLake sol of aaM anewer er .*M. wrHle "'Nmo'74 ttt UM AM* ef t ...-.. \- .' 4
    4.l.s_. If I Twi cut : ..., .
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    REALTORS Buckeye . {5' 1 12* . yIw lug to 4.nr..pa {we f Wftt J'r....iemearc ef --T I i

    SL NW I Frail tree . ONLY t31 M. ra.Irun..ern M ..stele yal..t ta L e.e.. -
    120 Sixth you in, in. reiwi esa la/d la tin 51..1. .,.... f \
    (Opposite North Gale) I Hnplalst 144.5 I 24i N 4mm4 5 -. I. .
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    WITHER ., beet ale official /
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    294-n7I u. 1IIn i'II. :MI of otftea at Bortaw FettiFlorida "E-. /rW ;: .J: 5nrr .
    Crusty tats IM day of .. w. a --- - ---- ----- - -

    JIU eat &tt f-e Mar ..D. IM*. ewers c e.T
    D N. LOAM M .Irr.w Las... 1I I pNAND 0 71i *, /Hl I Ntae
    / ,"'a4)I6 Nlh1WARREN Cleft Ctmet Cmrt 1rrA0v0U f I Mu I. a IM yUIC$0,55i A/NPA SIIJIItKIwIIM
    ., J i:W...,.. _. .elm t Its NAYr efARD, ) 1I (Ai .rpr0
    SECKEL. RealtorAsaeclsle a.rT'- NAZIp1 TMt CASf ) {UICilf"( IM 7NI/ CA11 (
    .llIIllIlIInlllullllllllullllllllU1II9Central ... r7 .. .o.r.-r.. 17 11141I De 34 a RADIOACTIVE IONIC J /*-
    s Eve Fk ::...... Ns:: 4440 -r"L.r..4.: surtrelev
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    AirConditioning | W. H McReyaolds CY 3.3403 T':' : ': {.::'::2 rowARD11IwiSl
    THR nut rr tvi *T or Tilt Ilona nr
    Sidles Wkitley CY 1.SMSWDaia TaSTe) HltHUL (tf I It MABU ...,....-_'..I."L'.1. .,n1, ..M. 1:;..,.... r't 1lyl. NANpOY
    1 lAooio. n 410
    s : M. U..... CY J-7JS pus OILS 41 IMTVrLORlVA .
    /NAaIY.Y A.u. ....
    loot w5. J' 14. 555.4
    1 $450 Down i CUm Hary CY 3.7032LAUYSONT lines
    3.1e. seen Osen,. N. 1.5.Na .
    e 2/31alalk
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    Tablerite Ice Cream2] Gal.
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    See All SZSi Rice 4 :G 69c / ;
    Merita Golden Circle Bread
    Merita Apple Turnovers Get Your Rides Wed. Thur. Fri. 3. 8 p.m.
    Pepsi Cola 6 Bottle Carton SATURDAY 10 A.M. to 8 P.M.
    SALE DAYS JUNE 4.5.6
    Texas Pink JUMBO Salad Dressing Coffee Tomato Juice Detergent
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