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Title: Winter Haven Daily News-Chief
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Publication Date: June 12, 1964
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VOL. 53-No. 219 WINTER HAVEN FLORID FRIDAY JUNE 12.1'164' PRICE FIVF i. NTS

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d Scranton Seeks Nomination ,









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BALTIMORE (UPI) COT,
TALLAHASSEE (UPI The William W. Scranton of Penntylvanla .
Supreme Court validated $17 M threw his hit In the
million In bonds Friday to build today I' an active con-
EAGLE SCOUTS-These six members of Boy Scout Troop 122, sponsored by the a two-Une. toll road from Nap tender ring for the Republican prei-

First Baptist Church, received scouting's highest rank, that of Eagle Scout, last night et lea to Fort LauderdaleThe Identlal. nomination which Sen.

I court of honor exercises at the church. Th. Eagle Scouts ere, from I.ft, Hugh Plemoni, controversial project, dubbed f' Barry Goldwater hai almost

Gregg Edel, Fred Mann, Steve Sowerdi, Wayne O'Gwynn, end Robert Hart Alligator Alley by opponents sewed up.Scranton.
because it traverses some declared himself In

dense ares of swamp lands, the race In an unqualified an
received. the unanimous approval nuuncement before the Maryland
$9MiIIionCrus: Rotarians Hear of slate gender. Leon Ur: Republican. elate conven
cult Court and now the Florida
I Supreme Court The Road Department tion.'I come here to announce I

On Fair Indicated It would be am a candidate for the presidency
Predicted Report started ti loon as the !bonds are of the United States,"
Budget sold and plans completed. the 46-year-old governor said In

There was no opposition from a keynote address to the con

Other Browsrd and Collier counties, vention.
If the long-range forecasts of total-105,850,000 boxes, In this Projects through which" it will" pass and In abandoning hit long.heldpetition

next season's citrus crop are case, to allow for fruit used which are plrdgmr, their gasoline of being available only
correct, then the Florida Citrus "at home" and in channel not County Commissioner WIN tax surpluses in help retire for a "ilncere and honeitdraft
Commission should have slightly subject to tax. The official estimate mer McCutcheon told membersof the debt All the opposition ," Scranton refused to
than available of the will be announced concede that the GOP nomination
more $9,000,000 crop Rotary yesterday that a recent came from Miami and Triple A
for the 1964-65 season. in October by the trip that he and Commissioner motor clubs which, are generally STATE FARM fETE-Three with longtime service In State Farm Insurance Com.plnl.1 had been locked up by
Early estimates place the United States Department of L. W. Dunson took Included opposed to toll roads and who will be honored tonight et one of the compenles' traditional anniversary parties. Coldwater.

over-nll crop next season at Agriculture' Crop Estimating ''not only the World's also claimed the two-lane speedway Jim Reynolds, left, manager of the Life Company, will be cited for 14 years of service, Meanwhile, Goldwiter'i bandwagon .

111.800,000 boxes The commission Service. Fair In New York, but an Important would be dangerous end Dorothy Erlckion, second from right, end Merrill Grafton, right! for 25 years each was picking up speed
as Is customary figuresthe Commission budgetary figures meeting In Washington Knocking down all the arguments Mrs Renata Lloyd, second from left, Is co-chairmen with Reynolds He expected to get at lent W
new season's receipts on for 196445 show that approximately to attend a session of the National thrown up to challenge more delegate from six states
the basis of a slightly smaller $9,290,000 will be Rivera and Harbors Con validity and legality of the lime, and hli headquarter In Wash-
available based upon the per. gress. the high court Slid "Our close Ilntoft said he already has 500
box returns from the expected "Actually It was sort of accidental study of the complex record St. Augustine State Farm To Honor convention votei solidly com
citrus crop and the carryover that we went to the big his not revealed any abuse of milted A United Press International .
Rev. Stradley from the current season. The city. We were much more Interested discretion on the pert of off!. count of Goldwater delegates .
commission has earmarked $7. In a meeting for the cuts charged with handling of Indicated 133 committed
500,000 of this amount for vsr. discussion of the use of a lot the project nor are we convinced Racial Tension delegates as of this morning before
ious purposes, leaving $1.788- of Polk County money allottedIn of any reason for disturbingthe Long-Time EmployesThe the additions expected from
Returns To
000 for carryover Into the following water projects each year. decree of the Circuit Judge Minnesota, Maryland Missouri,
sesion. Congress listens to the deliberation Utah, Connecticut and Idaho.
validating and confirming $17
General Manager Homer E. of this meeting before million of Everglades Parkway. Eases Slightly annual anniversary par the Invitation but not even vice And N delegates from Texas
ChurchREV. Hooks said the commission ex passing legislation that wouU bonds ty fur State Farm Insurance president can gt In unless 'stem certain to wind up In the

Beymer pected to obtain 13,130,000 from affect us," Aid MeCutenee The coui i devoted t Joan part B, Uwtej frees laiernailonilA Companies employee with 10 or they have 1 minimum of It Ooldwatef imp Tuesday, and
the per-box tax on oranges and "After attending the mtfs more years of ervlce win beheld of
of Ma 11-page decision to up change In tactics b> Negro years service with Stile two dayi later Montana will
$1,430,000 from grapefruit during we fully ruler that the rinse for the Winter Haven
re Farm
alert 14 who will be
holding the phil "'th. proposal leader brouukl bout a alight/ more publicly
the 'lOn. of a lot of our water problemsIs office tonight
new glottal
/
under which some surplus lessening of racial tension today Merrill Grafton regional vice uncommitted but privately
be with .
going to (tied
The proposed budget shows up State Farm started this tradition
I for Arizona
$3,000,000 allocated for consumer recreational uses, so we feel (Continued/ On Page 8. Col. I' in two troubled southern In IMS at the home office president In charge of the Win. the senator
These gains, together with the
cities her Haven office, will be allowed
that we In Polk should know the
r advertising in 1964-63 plus In Bloomington III. and
of at least 21
pickup
thinking of other governmental An Me to Integration .leader la because he qualifies la mere
$1,187,000 for merchandisingand organisations," continued Mc Martin Luther King, jailed each year these anniversary. fact, he I I. being cited for K delegates at state GOP conventions
sale promotion held In the
purpose Woman parties are corn.panics'
HurtIn Saturday In Virginia and
Cutcheon.In Thursday 'in an attempt to eat year ef service with the com-
for 55 cent of thetotal
accounting
per 20 regions! offices.
New Mexico would build
Gold-
at
segregated reslsurant. announeefl Another 23
commenting on the Polk psny 'year employ
budget In addition research County booth in the Florida hall to night. demontrstie The Florid office situated I i. Dorothy Erlckson. secretary ....r'. first ballot strength to I
endeavors have been allotted at Winter Haven, will have Its
In M Augustine Fla above the 6o0-delegate mark.
building at the Fair the com w to the division manager
i record 1323000. Accident Civil riffcu leader at Tuacakiosa party at the Lakeland Yacht He needs 653 to win the GOP
with commit- missioner said that he felt that A total I of M guests have been
This 1 in line
Club tonight with a dinner I
some type of gimmick abeuld' Ala called off further Invited from the Winter Haven presidential nomination.
(Continued On Page I Col.! I) be used attract people Into Mrs Ceoehs Spears of demoete&alma there pending a presentation of swards a II d a area, Miami and St. Petersburg He charged that Goldwater'i

the booth. 712 Carroll Ave injured Wed federal court ruling on their request dance nomination would destroy "all !
and (Continued On Page I, Col. II)
Eighteen men women will )
hope of a Republican In
The commissioner watched ceMtamnm that pofte be prohibitedfrom victory I
needy ta two car
I be "honored "
the crowds for one hour In the interfering with protest uflall"mlllo,1Iwith the fell I
Negro Youths'Deaths morning and one In the afternoon Sixth 8t N'W was listed In marches: 10, IS or as years of aerv- "With more than half of the I
and came away with the good condition today after undergoing The derision to end night Ice with State Fsrm Thirty Former Haven delegates (to the GOP convention .

conclusion that about one person two hours of surgeryat marches at SI Augustine apparently eight will be iperlal guests" ) not yet committed, they
out of SO went Into the Winter haven hospital was reached after asaurance having 11 to 27 years of service tell us to surrender the dignityof
StayedTALLAHASSEE booth In the morning and one In shortly after the mishap that sufficient polk- our party, the respect of our
a hundred In the afternoon Mrs Spears a passenger In protection could !not be muster The affair" la very eitluslve Girl 10 DrownsVickie fellow cltiiens, and all hope of

(UPI) The "Our booth tells a wonderful a car driven by Mrs Mattte ed for demonttrationa before Only those with a minimum of a Republican victory In the

Sttte Pardon Board commutedto story about our county, really Gsrnto of 741 Carroll Ave, dark. 10 years of company service are Carolyn Elmore, 10, fall," be said.
J. G. STRADLEY life Imprisonment today the quite educational but until was Injured, when her ,held St. Auguitlne police believe Invited Their wives, husbands of Pate Grove Reed llalne "I stand before you today to
death sentences given two mentally people come In we aren't Tif Rev John llrsnvilleStradlcv : retarded year-old Negro exactly what we had In mind In a two-ear. heed-on collision. .if future marches tre staged swimming at the llalne City said "I for one believe that
pasts"r of the Beymer youths convicted of killing a when the program was set up" The other car was driven by during daylight ho rs. municipal beach our party will not make IU de

Memorial Methodist Church Leon County storekeeper said McCutcheon. Winter Haven policeman Rich Thursday night's march on Miss Universe Mae was a native of Winter (Continued Oa Page ., Col. I)
from 193943 has moved back It was the third time the case McCutcheon, getting back to srd Wheeler Mn G.rnto.nd the old slave market in the na- Haven and moved to( llamas Clip
to Winter Haven and the church had been before the Pardon Polk affairs, Aid that one thing Wheeler, received only minor IfcMTs oldest city came off with. CandidatesTo from here three years ago. She
after 21 years of pastorates in Board. that hadn't been stressed too Injuries State Trooper J C. out violence and under heavy recently completed the fourth
other churches throughout the The vote for commutation was much around the county ta the Boor who Investigated the ae- police protection Visit Here grade at 'lllne City tlmen- Business Men
state unanimous. new green road markers that rodent said the Gsmto car Further attempt to Integrate tarp School and was a memberof
lie will return to Beymer Dr. J. )I. Presley of the state have best) up only a short time.These traveling north on Sixth Bt the Monson Motor Lodge re*. Llghleen coni'Stants,' seeking the llalM lily Assemblyof
Memorial in capacity of minister Sunlsnd Training Centers for markers are easy to near Ave I. NW veered Into taurset where King and 17 the title of MU 1'nlverse IM4 Cod Church.
of visitation the Rev LeoF the mentally retarded, said the read and It are Illuminated atsight. Wheeler's lane In an attemptto others were wrested Thursday, will visit Winter llsvenon Monday She I.| survived by her parent Outline PlansThe
those
King, pastor snnounced two youths, Tommie Lee WU- find exact helps locations trying he sold to avoid cr which pulled were planned for today July 20. *, Mr. and Mr*. Jeail
When he retired from the ac Items and Dan Wllkins, didn't Another phase of work in front cA..her Wheeler who In Tuscsloosa Ttiursdsy, po- They will be guests of the Whit kla.ore of llalne City; Couth I ass Business
live ministry at the Annual know the difference between that Is essential to county Its progress was In uniform but driving. his bee surrounded a church Ailed promotions committee of the four half-Ialfln.i Mss Katharine Men's AeeocUtloa agreed during .
Conference of the Methodist right and wrong when they proceedingouth with tuo Negroes end arrested Winter Steven Chtmtor" of Commerce Nipper Mrs. Dorothy Tueada '. .
ta the successful handling own ear was meeting to
support
Church In Lakeland recently killed the storekeeper during most of their leaders bdere aplawMd and members of the Winter Derryhill, Mrs Bertha Kirk,
of M .t.III.e
apart of the health on Sixth Cypress Garden Road
program.
the RrMr Stradley mark. a robbery.Police. march rouM' start Haven Jaycees, and Miss Alice llmore, all
"On Jan. 80 we hired a Boor said Wheeler's car valued properly owners In their pro-
ed the of 41 Cleveland Donald an II ,nr. A press conference will be of Winter amen; I brother,
completion
psychiatrist to work with the ..... a total teal of proposed change In the
at over was
years of service in Methodist old N.lro.fId.., Itemle .his held at the llaven Noel at I p.m. Jessie Lynx t Imor* of IIIMSCllyi road the
by Stale Road
people having mental troubles.We Ion and emanated SMO deavag Depart-
'Churches all In Florida ChargeMotorcyclist fist dees et the UsrivereMy of to be followed by a dinner ; and a half-brothr. John menl.Representatives.
have found that this has
.
< to the Ousts vehicle The Wesley a.Imore lA Winter Hsv.
next will
Among pastorate" hihas !held MliaftsaM where be was +dateal day they visit of the
emptied our jail cells of those
Neither! Wheel er Mrs. pro-
Seminole Methodist Isserd when enretedThue.day. Cypress Garden* sal....If a v- en.
are Heights (Continued On Page ", CoL I) Carne were elef/ad. Nato Lake ....cM. Funeral service will be held party owners expressed obJeetlons -
Tampa, First Church Ft to the
proposed median
from the Assembly of Gad
After CrashA
Pierce in Qtuncy Madison, and road width as proposed by
Church In Kslfiee City Monday
Palm Beach and other cities the Stole Road Department
"hot roddlng" motorcyclist morning<< at 10 o'clock: with the
as well as Winter Haven, and Doth property owners and the
overturned on Sixth si Rev Fred Mcbitoeli, former South
East
as co-pastor of Orlando First SW, yesterday afternoon ant pastor of tits N.Ines City Assembly the change would Builnessmensgreed Jsapordlxe
Methodist the
after regaining control of the of God Church and the
business
He was district superintendent vehicle, ran IMO a parked car present pastor the Rev G. M. along many the highway.The enterprises
of the Lakeland District MethOdist After the mishap, the ocllstsped Jordan, officiating Rectal will two
churches from 1947-51 away.Winter follow In Glen. Abbey Memorial. traffic groups proposed that
and
lights
A graduate of Emery and Haven police said tie Gardena iwsr Winter Maven hand turns would protected be left-
Henn College, Emory. V*., ta parked automobile belonged 13 Friends may call at. the OitLauchlla also would cost less sufficientand
11*. the Rev Mr Suatfey re Melvin Harry .o-r. 400 Av ) Chapel tomorrow aigMtwtwewi The Businessmen money.
ctived+ his theological tratamc A 8C. 0 and at the recommended
Damage te the rar was I sad that traffic
a
light be
at Emory Untversit Atlanta estimated at MOO. timers reeVhKice in Haines >
placed at Sixth M and Cypreae
Ca. Michael of ( from 1 to 9 p.m
R. Tuner, It. Dy Mty Sunday (Gardena lined where the most
He married the former Miss Carefree Ceve, today reportedto fengerou! traffic problem.
Laura McMiHae of Atlanta and police that be was the driver ixisia.In .

thf'h..t two childrenMn of the motorcycle Officer Don rw _. Fruit Shipments other business Tuesday
James Womack. a -- -- . .. .
Jackson: the Investigating potteeman. 'tight, the Association voted to
daughter now bees .in Monroe charged him with! I Daily serlos N CJohn failure te have hi* vehicle under from the Fruit and >'egt.M (Zbaln of Lakes with an aduU
Grawrffle Stredley Jr control 1':' '.!J"s; Inspection Division! ,and a youth under 19 years of
a graduate of Winter. Raven A soda bottle was thrown f.: By r0, US grapefruit. AIM., ,lea each receiving ISO for the
High School we* MIM in ae- tfcrougk else whissksiH of a ear M oranges; by truck, t l"lrlpe. ;krgest boss csucht. Weekly
lion in the NIl Force. parks aAve.0.91, last night "" fried, Uta eranget total 41ST ,class will also be give for
The Rev ttrtsley nil .hags. A ...... said the bottle was grapefruit .lf7 01..... for I (the biggest take.
DEDICATION IS SUNDAY-The First Freewill. lap- the Nti hi> new dOM ttts am.** He tkrewa ,... a pssetoc Cir with Shaping tonal| of 14." The member voted to accept
and Mr itjaOii are .....g a hand NMffier.Mate Hit Church located et 710 27th" St.. NW. wiN dedicate I the dedicetvry semen The church was .<;I/lj..4 enNev. Cannery reeeipts 4,4k grapefruit ,in Invitation by the Exchange

their home at MB Elgfct It are .......Usc both itt new $10,000 senctuery end educeti***) MM* Sendey '12. ,Wl, *sd the Rev Robert Owe fa p.tter. ., tlpa Manta Jot a cannery i attonai! Bank to hold the nextMtalness
NW IsekeMS. .t I p.m. The Rev. Billy Melvin, esecurive secretary et total of Ralf. boxes I meeting at the bank.t .,



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WINTER HAVEN DAILY NEWSCHIEFWINTER HAVEN FLORIDA friday, June 12 1964

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ic Slated Maniac's Reason For Slayings Atlanta Times Negro Leaders Discontinue Swedish Spy




E St. Paul's Goes To Grave With Seifert Publishes Nighttime Demonstrations Gets Life At



ST. AUGUSTINE Fla (UPI) violence! White youths attackedthe
le School COLOGNE Germany (UPI)- leaned it against the fence, and a window and fired another First Edition Negro leaders decided Thura- marchers Tuesday night Hard Labor.

'But why the school" the detective walked through the gate blast o( flames day night to stop nighttime and whites hurled rocks and

Vacation asked bending low over Two teen'age school mom tort, racial demonstrations that have bottles at Negroes and police
Bible School of Empties rlamethrewer
the hospital bed where Walter preparing to serve the 500 children ATLANTA (CUPThe)) Atlanta .
st. ul's Episcopal Church toT When he reached the third triggered violence In the narrow Wednesday night STOCKHOLM, Sweden (UPI!)
holds a picnic lunch mark- Seifert, 42. lay dying a mid morning snack of building, the flamethrower was Times newest daily newspaper streets of the nation's oldest White spectators taunted the Swedish air force Colonel
In the made
'" the end of Its one-w_ "Pure coincidence purecoincidence' milk and cookies took little empty. The teacher inside debut with nation Its city. marchers but made no attempt Stag Wennerstraem today was
Minion. Seifert moaned note of Seifert. The equipment Gertrud Bollenrath, 0a substitute today a 128 page first But another attempt was About 100 whites later dashed sentenced to life Imprisonmentat
edition
the school the first held by Thursday his body wracked lie carried did not appear to be -ran out. Seifert stabbed planned today to Integrate a into the Negro section of the hard labor for selling top

OL Paul's in a number of years, with bullet wounds and a self out of place for a repairman. her with the apear She stumbled Nearly three years of organi. motel restaurant where Dr. city but were chased back by Western defense secrets to the
WU made a success by theIIIIDrtl Inflicted dour of nol*n. Snifert had made his flam- back Into the room and rational effort went into the Martin Luther King Jr and 17 police who then manned barricades Soviet Union
of Its staff which was "But why didn't you go after thrower from a five-gallon fire collapsed near the blackboard new venture described by the other persona were arrested .
M follows: the doctor you said tried to kill extinguisher His 12-foot long where ahe had written earlier publishers aa a conservativevoice Thursday In a limOn effort Seven whites were arrested The Stockholm magistrate's
Clergy, the Rev. ," the detective persisted spear could have been a crowbar King was jailed under court imposed the sentence on
Cyril N. you "I>ttar Lord, I will let You lead of journalism $300 on charges of vagrancy and
.rrup) the Rev. Joseph Q. "That is a long long story'Seifert He carried a six Inch long the way. Miss Bollenrath died "Our purpose is to give the bond. carrying concealed weapons the year-old officer who con-

Brawdy whispered "I'll tell you piece of pipe, lashed to his four hours later news factually, unalantod and Following a march by about "It will be the worst thing leNd .to. passing secrets to the

Directress, Mrs. Robert tomorrow, if you still want to right wrist with leather objectively" said publisher 360 Negroes heavily guardedby that ever happened to Negroes Communists while stationed la
In fourth
wagner. know. lie gasped a final Seifert walked up to one of a the school building, James C. Davis "Our editorial police, to the Old Slave in St. Augistine if you don't tallow Wa.hinton.Wenll4l'atroem'l.
Nursery Mrs. James breath, and died! Thursday four prefabricated one floor across courtyard, teacher Market In a downtown bayfront "
poHey will support the principlethat Martin Luther King,
sentencingcame
Pearce, Mrs classroom buildings in the Ursula Kuhr, 24, slammed her
Robert
Koo, Mrs night park, the Rev Andrew Young told
America should provide for Young Negroes Stockholm
door shut as prepared
Seifert
C. B. Ewell. school yard. lie poked the snout was attract.
The hospital scene was as bizarre announced an end to after-dark asked for
each citizen the togo Negroes have a for visit by Soviet Premier
ed the opportunity a
Pre by noise He ripped the
-school, Mrs Mitchell of his flamethrower through an demonstrations.
as the one man reign of
door and his as far and as fast as his nine-point desegregation program Nikita S. Khrushchev later this
open
Kalogrldls ran
Mrs. Cecil Bowers terror Seifert had waged nine open transom window and spear Young, a top lieutenant inKing'
through Mrs. Kuhr several ability, Integrity ambition and that I includes l opening month. Officials feared the case
First
and second grade, Mrs hours earlier at an elementary sprayed fire Inside. The ceiling "nonviolent army" of
within 30 days of public accommodations
would
will him distinguished produce anU-Rul.ian
Robert times She was killed energy carry as an
Hurt, Mrs R. V. Been. started to burn. Children fled Instantly.
II'hoolln suburban Volkhoven. from integration workers, said the to them, employment atmosphere for the visit
dependenceupon
Third and fourth grade, Mrs. Screaming 'Hitler has returned Seifert then turned his attention By now, police cars with si- decision was reached after assurances of at least five Negro foremen,
William Graham, Mrs. Marlon ," Seifert stormed to Mrs. Anna Langohr, 67, tens blaring were speeding to a paternalistic governmentwith that police could protect four additional Negro policemen The air force veteran also
everything the Individual
Oberbacher. through the Roman Catholic a teacher who was supervlaing the icene Seifert gulped the needs from cradle Negroes in daylight and three Negro office was stripped of his military
Fifth and sixth grade, Mrs school, sprayed children with calisthenics with other children contents of a bottle of insect to grave marches workers, organization of a biracial rank and ordered to pay the
John Davis, 69, is former 5th dis-
Dame, Mrs Eric Bull. liquid fire from a home made at a vaulting horse. lie sprayed poison he was carrying and Police believed they had a committee dropping of Swedish) government the equiv
Assistants, Mr. and Mrs flamethrower, and stabbed two her with a blast of flame. Mri vaulted a fence Into a wheatfield trict congressman from Georgia much better chance of averting charges In recent civil rights alent of $90.070 he received

William Hoffses, Mrs Jack teachers to death with a crude Langohr crumpled to the A policeman fired twice, and a former Superior Court violence in the daytime becausethe case and the hiring of Negroes from Moscow for "grave espionage .
Straughn, Barbara Been, Jody Flames Seifert in the judge A leader of the lower "
ground leered 70 hitting legs
spear fashioned from a bayonet percent city's narrow street, heavy on merit rather than race
Hoffses, Ann Rowton. of her body. putting her Seifert died nine hours later. home! economy bloc, Davis also shrubbery and stone wills and
-
The 57 children enrolled par- A third teacher and 12 children near death There was no one to mourn headed the House committee fences afford good vantage
ticipated In a wide range of were critically burned. Seifert ran to the second him. His wife died several which controls the operations of points after dark for trouble

activities from dally worship Seifert's grudge against humanity classroom building swung the years ago after delivering a the nation's capital city. makers.

: stories services and music to Bible which he settled pipe tied to his wrist to break stillborn child. The first day's press run top. The St Johns County grand Sudden' Service I
and
arts and crafts ped 180,000 copies, Davis said
On against the school by "pure coincidence jury was scheduled to meet today ,
Thursday and the General
today
Irvin M Or
manager at the call of Circuit ,
was years in the Judge
ducted worship by services the two older were con- making It went back to World UPI Joins Networks AP npr said the newspaper would Howell W. Melton to look into ; t 1
its
each child groups, War II when he fought for begin career with 144,000 the city's racial problpml.State' .
saying part of the paid subscribers lie said 11,000 '
service. Adolf Hitler's army. He was Atty Dan Warren of
captured by the Allies, and had paid in advance of the first Daytona Beach Indicated he

held In a prisoner of war For Election Broadcast edition Orner Is former general wants the panel to explore
Lions Plan camp. manager of the St Petersburg ways of protecting citizens .

After the war, Seifert got a Independent rather than seek toy Indict-
Ladies Night Job as a lathe operator. In 1953, NEW YORK (UPI) United duplication of effort and could Orner said the Times would ments.

he was found to be suffering Press International will speed up the coverage of both operate with 225 fulltime em Thursday night'i march was

At Lake AlfredLake Irom tuberculosis, and he Join with three major networks news services." ployes on a payroll of $34000 a the third in as many nights,

claimed a military disability and the Associated Representatives of three net week hut the first that did not spark
Alfred Lions Club,holding The West German government Press In the newly organized works and the Associated The newspaper printed by

Its regular weekly meeting turned him down, ruling that network election service as a Press stated: standard letterpress Is housed

last night, heard plans for the the tuberculosis was not connected participating member, it was "We are delighted that United in a new 60000 square foot
Installation of officers and Ladies with the war announced Thursday Press International Is ableto plant The press formerly an

Night next week from James Seifert took his gripe to several join with us In network election auxiliary of the New York.
Telford, vice president.The Network elections service
officials, Including Cologne service. Their participation Telegram, hat a 70,000 copy per .
Installation-will be next established earlier this 1
City Manager Max Adenauer, was meant that the American hour capacity Other production a
Thursday, June 18 and the
,
combine the
meeting will start at 7:30, son of former Chancellor Ron- week to resources public for the first time, will equipment all new Included 14linl'castlng { 1 1l
of ABC CDS news, NBC
news
rad Adcnautr The machines Eight are
Orrin Thomas answer was have a single. uniform tallyon
was named and the AP In the reportIng out
news high speed elektron machine
always
chairman for the dinner Nor no. voting throughout the country .t
; A doctor examined of returns In the presidential six of which are equipped tohandi'e
city who
man Boyle, prizes; Sam DoVlto, cne which will be faster
Seifert most recently and gubernatorial and senaknal pre-punched paper tape
ladles favors; Mrs Lee John- and more comprehensive than
son, decorations. turned him down said at the races in the November ever before" for automatic typesetting
of Winter Haven
A film, "The State of Texas," time that he had "pnranDlc: tendencies elections. Wee Gallagher, general Robert Carney advertising tIe.
was shown by Don Robinson. ." Seiftrt later said the Mlmi Thomaaon, presidentof manager of the Associated director, said the initial edition

Visitors were Leland Keck of doctor tried to kill him. United Press International, Press, said: contained more than 10.000 lines

Sebrlng and Buddy Vanzant of Thursday's horror began at stated: "We welcome UPI participation of national advertising a 16. ._
Winter Haven. 9:30 a.m.Seifl.'rt. "We have jo'ned! the 1964 in the network election page food section 19 pages of

A directors meeting was announced dressed In I blue election pool and hope that its service classified advertising and had

for 7:30 p.m., Tuesday, workman's uniform, pedaled his structure can be broadened In "further refinements In the 70 per cent advertising content
June 18, at the bank. bicycle up to the school. lie time for the 1966 elections. be Carney previously was southern I a a
pool arrangements can explored 4
manager of Story Brooks and
There is no doubt that the
the
after present machinery C
lean Finley national newspaper
combim-d election service representatives
for the national collec .
excellent step toward the tions with the networks Is organized
formation of a national elec Luke and Greene editorial former city edItor The Specialized Job of Savings and Loan Association
writer for the
lion bureau utilising the facilities
"The question of a further Atlanta Journal and Constitution .
and talents of all Inter
r local returns will haveto
pool on is editor of the Times
cited journalistic organizations be resolved on the basis of Luther Thigpen who was

whether there was equity by managing editor of the Augusta
"The 1964 pool In which the .
the in their contributions
r participant (Ga.) Chronicle, holds the same
UPI now joins the three major and whether, in fart, poHition on the Times.

networks and the Associated it would produce economies Other news executives Include

Press. will collect and report and a more efficient service'. city editor! William C Surbt'r.forml'rly l
returns for only the top contests
managing editor of n t/ ,r
president, senators ProsecutorsLose the Nashville Tenn Banner 1
and governor The UPI must news editor Ron Gibson formerly .
Co much further on its own by Point of the Birmingham Ala V"

providing new s pip 41 and Post Herald, and sports editor

lI broadcast subscribers the re To Hoffa George Short formerly of the

rat suits of all other contests in Chattanooga, Tenn Times
r the 50 states congressmen, CHICAGO (UPI) Govern The newspaper will publish

legislators l judges, etc. The ment prom'tutors today sought four afternoon editions Monday

0 I AP has a similar obligation to new sample of James R. Hoffa through Saturday plus Sundayand '-'
,
IK subscribers s handwriting because they will use news sports finan

'We hope that we can work were forbidden Thursday to clal and picture services of

j Jointly with the AP In the coy. use Senate Rackets Committee United Press International

Brag of the rest of the ballotn fingerprint card to establish The newspaper is owned by

: all 50 stales In November. the characteristics of his more than 4500 stockholders, .100k \
Thit would eliminate much signature all resident! of Georgia As of

It was the government's April 30, 1964 the company had

first real attempt to put the sold 787,739 shares of stock at

A Lawn Stand finger on the Teamster Union $2.00 and $2.SO a share with Easy
shocking president in his $25 million 942.359 shares available for sale

fraud trial Davis said Davis listed the

SPECIALRegular The jury was out of the company assets at $1.583.697
declaration courtroom when prosecutor which included $979.167 In cash Mister. .

William O Bittman moved tolit and other liquid assets. $281.880In

a government. witness testify equipment and other fixed
Hoffa's assets, and $322,649 In other assets .
regarding signature
about et.. .Nraires salsnags.
big carssaving
from fingerprint cards he said
Largest stockholders
Hoffa at were
signed appearances
before the rackets committee. Roscoe Pickett, Atlanta attorney The sun isn't always going to shine. Sickness a
& and Arthur P Jackson, ,
Defense objectedthat
attorneys chairman of the board of the family sudden
the Introduction of rack. emergency, a trip out of town all
Hapeville. Ga. Citizens
eta committee documents Bank. require cash in a big hurry. It's nice
They are member. of the Times to lay your
money that "the entire
would
I prove beard of directors Other directors hands on it without sacrifice of
case la a frame-up on the part Include Davis Walter T principal.

of the government" and the Austin, an Atlanta Businessman

government should use other Dr. Needham Bateman Atlanta That's why so many people save with our help.
-- basis for identifying .

sources at a and Allen M WoodII Columbus
Hoffa signature on documents Ga.. a radio station executive They know their dollars are insured safe and read-

Who aaya you've got to buy a little car to lave a Hoffa. and seven co-defend- Georgia and State former Board member of Regents of the ily available, yet earn an excellent return. They

bundle ants are charged with obtain Columnist and syndicated know that one of their best investments is a savings -

We deny it. Emphatically.We ing fraudulently $25 million in feature writers Inclule Holmes

don't ..Ulittle cars with the name Chrysler on loam from the pension fund Alexander Bob ConsldlDt' Edith account in our Association

'em. We only sell one size Chrysler. Dig. We think and using $l.T million for Kermit Roosevelt and Billy
Graham.
t- themselves
kid-brother can cut down on your dollars, come trade- .

in time..

Honest declaration right now in our ahowroom CHURCH
of CHRISTIN
there's a full-eiie Chrysler. Hot. Handsome. Proud.

Preatigey. And well bet we can put you in it for 1 leas r EAGLE LAKE L1//2 ZPer


Try than us.you'd pay for one of those gusaied-up jr editions.CIOAA 1.69 Price Salutes a.You CHASTAIN- Romans, MINISTERThe : 16:16L EARN Annum



book of Acts, which tells In one way or another. he then WHOI CURRENT RATE
See your Chrysler dealer-the This Week Only of the beginning * the church, confesses his faith in Chrtst TOUR MONET

also (.lls of the conversion of before others. Finally (never) C.mportaded
best of the big car men a number of people that first example given In Cod's book, CROWS PASTEL Semi.Ana.e1Tt

89* century. At least eight times in he Is then baptised Into Christ

aursewns oaw.ae b CHRYSLER the book of Acts, In a detailed through the be.uttMlysymbolic
v-- manner, conversion to Christ Isdevcrltwd. likeness of the death, burial
LIMIT TWO, PLEASE la every case It and resurrection of his Lord.

begins with the dynamic preachIng As a result Cod then adds him
of the good new that JesusIs to His church. 1 1 {
CENTRAL FLORIDA SALES
INC. the Messiah' the divine Son You can learn more about
of God. This results the hear Chrlafa church by listening to
704 Third Street, S.W. VILLAGESOUTH er's believing In Christ as the The Way of Truth '15 S 4?

Savior This, la turn ladi him a.m. each Sunday. Radio\\'SIR
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Friday, June 12, 1964 WINTER HAVEN DAILY NEWS-CHIEP-.WINTER HAVEN FLORIDA

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Commencement for the vacation (1zf( .. 8' WE'VE GIFT-ED ANSWERS
of the Tint
Bible School .
Btptitt Church will be held 1 .N / .1 ALA t1 7alA w\

tonight at 7 o'clock .. e .
The school opened' Monday
of this week and had an enrollment .
of about 350 Indents / Just 7 Shopping Days

The staff, ai announced by DEGREES
the pastor, Dr. Albert L. Car /
nett vat II follow: principal 80 COOLER
director of M Until Father's Day
Ernest E. Walker; ....
music Ralph L. Smith; recreation. V. V y t INSIDE-
Buster Smith; general '" ()
pianist, Mrs E. C Backer; {!JSll ''" SUNDAY JUNE 21st
junior and Intermediate pianist (Wi. R S

Miss Beverly Balkcom; OUR
general secretary, Mrs Dud (.-/.2 .' _; c\)

ley Backer; refreshment committee
Mrs W A Heath, ,ERS .- Thundershowers are forecast for the western Crust Ikea region i
Mrs E. E. Darnell, Mrs R upper and middle Mississippi Valley, the Gulf statei,Atlantic coast states, southern plains, and BATISTE MEN ARE HAPPY IN HANES! !
D. S awell. and ladies of W. the Great Basin and northern Rocky Mountain region Cooler weather I la forecast for the midwest
M. U. Circles. and the New England states.Temperatures ---- ---
The workers in the variousage
groups were: LOCAL OVTIOOK Florida Zones WEIGHT
One year olds, Mrs Lula Widely scattered afternoon
Fowler, Mrs W A. Whitaker, By United Press InternationalLow and early evening thundershower Panhandle
Mrs Earl Williams, Mrs J High ,. Mostly fair tomorrow Partly cloudy today. tonight
H Shlpe Albuquerque . . 58 89 Continued warm with and Saturday with widely DRESS
Two year olds, Mrs Harold Atlanta . . . . .73 95 high today In the 90'i Low scattered mostly afternoon Reinforce aeclband
Hamanai, Mrs Joel Mercer Birmingham . .72 95 tonight In the TO a Variable and evening thunder ihowers 7 keeps its shape.
Three year olds, Mrs. Boston . . . . 62 78 winds 5 to IS miles per hour. Not much change In temperatures Hanes Is America's
Jerome Williams, Mrs Wade Chic a 110 . . . . . 62! 66 HiBh today M to SHIRTS I .
T shirt-sire 'fast
Wiggins, Mrs J. B. Anderson. Cleveland . . . SO 66 06 low tonight 72 to 78 Var favorite ,
Four year olds, Mrs Dallas Denver . . . . .55 79 RegistrationAt table winds 8 to 16 miles per f highly absorbent, and it's
Abercromble Mrs. Robert Detroit . . . . . .55 13 hour. cut long to stay tucked In.

Ritchey, Mrs. John Mosgrove, Jacksonville . . . 75 99 North Central Small, medium, large,
Mrs J. T. Crosby, Mrs. Mar. Kansas City . . . . 85 as Widely scattered mainly
Ion Dortch Mrs Bob Staf Los Angeles . . . . 59 13 FSC Set afternoon and early evening ..trlllrl. :3 for $9.95

ford, Miss Cynthia May Miami . . . . . 75 87 thunder showers Otherwise
Five year olds, Mrs James Miami Beach . . . 80 84 mostly fair through Saturday. d'V
Keating, Mrs Buddy Hammond Twin Cities! . . . . 59 63 Registration will be held Continued warm with high today .
Mrs D. F. Maulden, New Orleans . . . 74 92 Monday for the eight.week In the 90's, low tonight In And did ever bear
Mn Melton Godwin. New York . . . 61 81 summer session at Florida the 70's. Variable winds 5 to yes
Six year olds Miss Geneva Orlando . . . . .72 95 Southern College in Lakeland, 15 miles per hour.Nnrthl'ut. I .y?. of shorts with I seamless
Peelmsn, Mrs L E. Ball, Mrs Philadelphia . . .57 81 and classes will begin Tues seat! Nothing to bind I Hanes

Lamar English, Mrs. Ralph Phoenix . . . . .61 92 day.The Widely scattered' mostly i Civvies are Sanforized'
Newman, Mrs Sherwin Car Raleigh . . . . . .62 87 regular summer term afternoon and early evening \ and bliscut to gIv e in the
ter, Mrs Dollie Elliott, Mrs St Louis . . . . . 70 88 will number 66 courses which thunder showers Otherwise I "' 's
B. L, Walker. San Francisco . . 52 66 may be taken for college credit mostly fair through Saturday stretches. Two styles in

Seven year olds, Mrs Warren Seattle . . . . . 51 59 or non-credit. High today 88 to 94, low tonight solid white or stripes.
Heath, Mrs David Sher. Tampa . . . . 71 93 George W, Baxter, Jr., registrar In the 70's Variable -' 28 to 44. 3 for $195
man, Mrs Lon Muncy, Mrs Washington . . . 57 84 said registration will be winds S to 15 miles per hour '
George Graf, Mm Geraldine held in Edge Hall To avoid Northwest h 1
Bevis, Mrs Jim Scott Mrs long lines, he asked applicantsto A few scattered afternoon
L. H Lewis, Mrs C. H. Liiile Chance report according to last thunder showers mostly well ll
Twitchell Inland. Otherwise fair through 1 Reinforced strips make this
name initials as follows: A G, .
Eight year olds, Mri Vernon Seen For New 8:30: a.m.; HQ. 1:30: a.m., andR Saturday High today upperso's Hanes undershirt very durable
H Smith, Mrs Frank along the beach to low I morel I
Z at 2 p.m. yet you pay no
Plerson, Mrs Amy Sykes, Rights Changes 90's well Inland. Low tonight r
School teachers enrolling In absorbent combed
Mrs Jack Grist Mrs L. H. in the lower 70'. Mostly u yll J Highly
Lewis Mrs C H. Twltcch- WASHINGTON (UPI!) Sen. the special workshop will regIster southeasterly winds 5 to 15 + l J+ cotton Full-cut to stay
ell. Mrs Jim Scott Richard B. Russell, D Ga? said Wednesday. June 17 in miles per hour. tucked In. SMI XL
Nine year olds; Mrs Lowell today southern opponents of the the Ordway Arts Building In South for 12.50
Piper, Mrs Jack Grist Mrs civil rights bill had very little these two groups: A.K at S:30 Mostly fair through Saturday ) : ifj 3

p. S. Bennett, Mri Whitten chance of forcing any aignlfi a moo and L-Z at 10 a.m. High today IS on the ,
Graves Mrs Jean Basiett, cant changes in the Senate A second workshop for beach to about 90 well Inland
Mri Ed Shores, Mrs Her measure teachers will be held July 8. Low tonight 74 to 78 Mostly
schsl Howard, Miss Dede Russell told newsmen, how. 24, Baxter said southeasterly winds 5 to 15 Reinforced supporting seams
Roberts ever, that southerners would The college's summer commencement miles per hour, make Hanes double panel
. Ten year olds, Mri Don keep on calling for votes on convocation ,wfll Keys briefs a bigger buy than
Harris Mri, Jean .Bassett their proposals. lie laid they be held Aug 7.CRCF.L f Fair through Saturday except '
wart I Knit from loft
Mrs K. S. Bennett, Mn Ed were determined to "make a for a few widely scattered r 4 I \ \ ,
Shores, Mrs James Beaver, record" by forcing roll TO EAGLEAOSTA showers High today 811, ti5\\\ absorbent cotton-white 11
Mri George Mullins. calls on their modification low tonight near M Southeasterly I white can bet I Heat resistant
Italy (LTD) Egldw
Eleven year olds, Mrs "These who winds S to 15 miles
people are pressing Segato, president of the local elattie In waistband and
Rufl Smith, Mrs Mark Balk. this cup to our lips we per hour.
branch of th- Animal Prctec l
leg opening 28 to 44.
com Mr. Ralph Shlpe, Mrs. are going to give them a
tan League, was charged ChooM traverse, lined draperies 3 for $9.95
J. B Williams, Mrs. Sarah chance to make this very bad
with to
Thursday cruelty an
Evans, Miss Janice Gadden, of opaque materials
record, Russell isld! animal for keeping a young Dress Shirtsby S 99
Mrs Leroy Jackson Translucent materials may be
The voting pattern suggested
eagle in a cage so small was
leas bulky but provide semi ARCHDALE. . . E.
that opponents of the bill would unable to fly when he I K it unless combined withhades
make only such changes In the free privacy
$100 Given bipartisan substitute for the blinds or shutter Dress Shirts
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House approved bill ai Son $500
For 100 Years ate leaden were willing to ac DAILY CROSSWORD by VAN HEUSEN . . Y ,

ACROfUl a/. Scale U. Inquire r /
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Whip Hubert II. 1.Jxclama.5, A size 21. Homo
President Johnson cent Mrs Humphrey, Minn., predicted ai lion of coal sapiens r ,..wvww.w.
Olivia Banks Glenn his best much. He aid he did not believe 4.ChlneM e6. Even: poet 22. Anger n
wishes and one dollar for every important changes wouldbe Ilk DOWN 23. En,.
of her life, It was report tavern
year 7.River: 1. Subtle
made in the substitute
ed today. Bo.Am emanation I. Epoch s
Mrs. Glenn celebrated her Humphrey, the bill's floor manager '.Walkedback I.Oanl' 26. Girl's ,r.. J I 1 1'IUffit 1I
loath birthday Thursday nightat said he hoped for I final and a.One ot name b 1L
a dinner party In the homeof vote of approval next week forth LBJ'.dogs 21. One
her niece, Mrs. Quincy T Russell said however, that 1>.Venture a.shoat of the
Barnett opponents of the bill were "not 13 Burrowing B.Chance membl'ra y..._.,'. A....
A native of Waterproof, la., particularly interested in shortening animal e.Dun pain 01.jury
14 Pull 7.Calculated 3s.Custom lIS Snap
Mrs. Glenn's recipe for longer- It up At one point, he
said that southerners would call 15. Behold! the total 211. La" U. Auction
Ity is; K Aaaam I. Parley 30. A hut '". Beaport
and "not more than 225" of the
"Go to bed early get up up '
silkworm 10. Weird 11. A quad. Df Algeria I
early, and eat to live. not live more than :550 pending amendments 17. Elevated: 11.lmblbt raped .1. "rou" 1
to eat." Te said, however that train U. Adlw.I" 13.Turkish ckortII.
Relatives did not say how the southern group would not nightie mixture officer N. Iron: aym.
Mrs Glenn planned to spend prolong Indefinitely the pro- bird
the $100 the President centner. ceedingi under cloture 19. At home !?j I 2 S f 4 5 I t
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fg9*> Four WINTER HAVEN DAILY NEWS- $- -WINTER HAVEN, FLORIDA Friday, June_ _!12 .1964Winter _


Haven Daily News-Chief Today's I
Washington Television In ReviewBy

w. E. RYNiftSON Ml"r.P.With.r
JOHN W RYMRSON.. A.tnt.nt N .h. MIhr Project Alert
--- BOWBN NOftTHRlPUted Vigilante "minute men"
I'.l IleII.44.11y! (??,, M..yl-. by the; Winter H..I.ublithme Commentary WindowBy Wean hrteraM+xil I groups, the "Wild West' philosophy .

Ce., In*., I 114 Ird $tri. N.W., Winter H....., Flewe1 By PHIL NEWSOM By MAJOR AL LONG USAR Rei. NEW YORK (UPI) "Mtir of many television shows
-- ----
CHARLES OOSHOftN ..**rel! M.-, CPI Fore4n News Analyst der and tike Right to Bear 'quick draw' clubs and mill
-- LYLE C. WILSON Arms," a "CBS Reports" special lasts who argue that every citi
JACK'-IEAHAN AII'*I**; Il;; has The been Korean noted way for of iU life adherence never- AnalystJune Vetted Frees International on Uw unregulated sale sen needs a gun for national

PETER J. SULLIVAN A4'I.I Mass.., to democratic principles. 14 of each year U the ( nlMtlons who have helped Guest conductor of this column and possession of firearms. defense in the missile age-
__ ___ __ will be solid citizen served chiefly to document came in for needed criticism
... a ,
Under nearly 50 years of day appointed especially to carry our Flag T tile *
Sh'.no, I Aso.gl.h NATIONAL Ina.ADVMTtMN. MfMMWTATIVCM** *. Ill harsh Japanese rule prior to honor the Flag of this Republic, .. and in many foreign tend Sen Roman L. Hruska. R.Neb again. what. a violent eoun But It was clear that licensing
the end of World War II manya the symbol of unity, power and to victory. who argues persuasively that try Americans live in laws tightening of mail order .

Ent.ro1 *, Soe.nd Clou Mall M.M.r S.pt e, It24 .t rte Put Office Korean died In forced labor purpose of the United State And to the tetters, mothers, what we witnessed in the U S. The network devoted an hour regulations and control of

in Winter H...... Florid, ....d..ct.f M.rch 2, 117 In the closing days of the of America. It can have nochar- wives and children of these Senate was NOT filibuster at Wednesday night to depicting shipping of weapons would

'- Syngman Rhee regime in 1960 actor other than that which our fighting men, who loyally sup- all but more accurately was dramatizing and occasionally hardly prevent the m a n benton

:; k'v MEMKft AUDIT IURCAU the United States felt called loyalty Inparts to It from one ported their loved one,by deny inertly useful extended debate belaboring the theme u stated robbery. revenge or as.

upon to protest the govern generation to the next. As a canon Ing themselves the many necessities Hruska voted for cloture to by James Bennett director of lassination from obtaining a

..4i .:' OF CIRCULATIONS ment's "repressive measures we choose for better or of life, to enable our end debate He ia neither a the United States Bureau of weapon
.... worse the course we shall heroes: to carry on agnlst our Prisons that:
unsuited to a free democracy" bigot nor a racist. Along with Amid film clips of bodies
follow, and It flies In eloquent common enemy we salute you. "We're the only civilized
Nor others manacled murderers and
MEMKR can the student riots many Hruska believedthe asombre
Active M..., ., UNITED PRESS INTERNATIONAL which finally toppled the Rhee silence above the heads of those And to the GOLD STAR mothers, civil right bill paaaed by country in the world that has invocation of President

NATIONAL EDITORIAL The United Press it enttled, t. the ... government plagued his successor. who execute those choice. nothing can repay you for the the House was bad legislation virtually no restrictions on the Kennedy, the pleas of hunters
ASSOCIATION her( ..,ubliuli... ef ell local.*., "i.... Dr. John Myun Chang Though mute, It speaks of deedsof loss of a loved one, BUT you ill-considered and urgently I sale and possession of firearms and trap shooters for preservation
.d (I. thi;, .....,.,., ., will tt .11 UP, bravery and sacrifice performed hold a place dear In the hearts .'
W4 and more lately sought the of n e e d ing improvement SenHruska of their sport struck a
News Dipatch. by men and women who aU true Americans.To With something psychotic
downfall of President Park have preceded us along, the those who remained home : flickering in his face an unidentified strangely unconvincing note.
ADVERTISING DEADLINE Chung flee be called the. way echoing corridors of time. and manned the wheels of Industry "When the bill first came to convict at Stattvllle The show war blacked out in

CLASSIFIED ly th. Word DEPARTMENT: I P.M. Previous: Day ly the lick, I P.M. Prexout Day of Yet democracy Unfortunately, wehaveamong who tilled the soil the Senate floor," Hruska laid Prison butt, HI, told CBS reporter San Diego Bakersfield, Calif.
there was plenty to complain us, as all other communities Clerked In the stores,purchased 'In a Senate speech "it and Los Angeles, because its
was accompanied -
Loel Notice; i P.M. ..iou. Day Sunday Edition Ddlini Fnd.y David Lowe in a steady
DISPLAY DEPARTMENT: about.Despite have, people who seemingly Liberty Bonds, and nervously by a hue and cry voice: most extended segment, dealing

Sunday E"ilio1 PM Thursday: Monday Edition-I PM Friday; U.S. military and economic think that patriotism Is "corny" scanned the dally papers for that the House bin be approved "I just walked in (to a sporting with Leaman Russell Smith -
Tu.t: ey Ed.ti.n-N.o. Saturday: Wdnd.y, Thursday and. Fndty aid totalling more than and outdated. Who are these good or bad news, your sacrifices intact and unaltered. Since that goods store) and asked the accused slayer of two policemen .
Ed tieit-1 P.M. Tw. Days In Advne. $4 billion since $933 per capita people and just WHAT do THEY were so deeply appreciated time we have witnessed two man if he bad a gun and he touches on a trial now
-- --- -- Income In the Republic of Korea stand for In your neighborhood, by all men in the services things taking place in Los Angeles
M.mb.r S.uth.rn Newspaper ,...bli.h... A..*ci.tion said yes . I gave him twenty
Is down to a miserable and mong YOU? We notice they PROOF? Did ever
Member Flonde Pro,, Aitoci.tien $40 you "One hn been extended de. dollars for the gun and a box This has happened before
per year never hesitate to enjoy the free. see the pictures of our soldiers
bate of shells and loaded Two years ago last fall a "CBS
almost exclusively! by the it and
SUBSCRIPTION RATES When a military junta top dom and liberty that our brave actually kneeling down and kissing -
of the bill. The other drove about three blocks and Reports' effort on bookmaking
ly C.mr ., Mil pled the Chang In soldiers through their sacrifices the ground, that represents opponent
V..", III.20; t ", *..Ih.. (t 10, 1 Tenths. |4.65; I month, till; 1961, an announced government have extended to all of America, our home, our development has been a slowly killed two men with it. in Boston was blacked. out
we.kly.' II cent,. Sin, Copi.i.: Daily, _I ante: Sunday_ 10 c...... military leaders was goal elimins of the us. Possibly they have been FREEDOM, as they disembark- developing awareness by nearly While making a convincingcase there while trials were in progress .
reading too LeftlsUmaga- ed at San Francisco and New alt senators that the bill for revision of this coun. on the subject
TELEPHONE CV, ... lilt I tion of government waste and many
corruption nines and newspapers that are York? which came to the Senate contains try's antiquated weapon control

When the boosting the United Nations flag. George Washington was quite many defects which need laws, the program left little .,1\\1.; lJI.lll'THOLLYWOOD

by Park military Junta led All rabble rousers, do-gooders, right, in his First Inaugural correcting hope that revisions would UPI Wai--

A Thought For Today"According general stepped Chung aside lice last then win.a and fellow travelers, and socialists Address, when he Implied the "As a result we have seen deter potential killers and sul. ren Beattv .makes his debut asa

ter to permit Park civilIan belittle our Flag. unproven character of the type the evolution of an amendment cldes from working their will singer In Mlckij OniON '
now a None of these people, however of government of which he had In the nature of a substitute for
to take .
o.. he hath chosen (picked ui out for over a freely elected are lobe found in the great Just become the chief executive the entire bill. These developments .
government the elections of sincere and honest by calling It "an EXPERIMENT YOUR TELEVISION DIAL
world that company are Interrelated one the
Hit own) before the foundation of the tie were among the fairest in Korean
Americans who know that free Intrusted to the hands of the cause and the other the effect
should be holy (con>ecratd-set apart for Him) and hIIUr). dom we so frequently take for American people," upon which The causitive agent the ex

without blame before him (in few light) in love. fixture But corruption of Korean Is a built-In granted was bought at t high the sacred fin of liberty.. tended debate, has often been WDIO-TV. I ClMMMl WFIATVClMMMl . I wm-TV Chase WTYT.TVCkmiwlf .
government price and can be kept only by deeply, and perhaps finally
called filibuster In
a own
Eph. 1-' President Park tacitly admitted my CIS NIC AIC CIS
he
continued sacrifice.All staked. The experience was
If holiness of life is the end and aim of election, as much when In reply to UfW over Europe in both wars, thought, the last great hope of simply mind a defined filibuster cm extended be most Ort_. T*.M Ortond TmtM
ai an
it cannot possibly be the ground of it. God chose us, student. announced demands,the his dismissal govrnment as captured our soldiers villages passed the through Inhabitants man.The experiment Is over. We debate which has for its end Friday NIGHT June 12

undeserving sinners though we were, in order that of 576 officials for misbehaviorand came out of hiding proudly have our liberty, our freedom, obstruction, and finds its meansIn
pure dilatory tactics 4:00-Nwt News, Sp.d.. New Walker Pull NOM
we might become a holy people. corruption waving the American Flag. our right of tree speech and if
There Is more to the these ? these "This extended debate has 4:| I-Se.rtt, Wfh.r W.. Ktr IdiUrUI, SjIi SNrls. Wtd.r
Dr. Albert L. Carnett trilled Where did they get flags we should lose precious
t:JO-CIS N... NIC N... AIC N... CIS New
of Korea. The fault will I it be? resulted in the substitute Dirk.
had them. whose
They always things, ( 4:41-CIS N... NIC News N.... Welke CIS N.w.
Corruption enriches those In American Flag carries special "When OLD GLORY" comes sen amendments) bill now before .
high places Among the people significance to these foreign along salute. .For all the signs us I personally ascribeIts 7:00-Wy. Eep Is, Offic. Lawkrak.e Tits 1.1.1,

hunger and unemployment go people, a hope, a beacon, the and symbols since the world began existence and pendency to 7:11-WyaH:: Eap "Cast A Dark L.wbrabe The Rebel7:30Adv.sle.a
News Chief Editorials hand-in-hand.Massive everlasting faith In the FREE- there Is no other so full of the extended debate that has Shadow" Darby The Graaf
U.S. surplus food DOM our American Flag stands meaning as the Flag of this been occurring In the Senate 7:45- 1'.4i. Dick asprd. Descry A4""I.

shipments totalling more than a (for.When country. That piece of red, white By definition such extended .::00-.4..u. M. Leckwed D.llry Th. Graf
Young Man Of The Year million tons last year have prevented passing along the highway and blue bunting means five debate is not a filibuster It sillU Paradise la Office D..ry A..t".
. actual starvation But 20 between Washington D. C. thousand years of struggle up- bore remits. 1lo-I.u': 56 ..It Hepe Price I. Iigh1 Rate 4e

George Flack Jr a few days ago was named the per cent of the population U unemployed and Fredericksburg, Virginia, ward. It Is the full grown flower "It produced a bill which has :4s-R..I. 45 Thorn Price I. Right Reul. 44

"Young Man Of The Year" by his fellow members of others are underemployed one sees the bronze statue dedicated of the "ages of fighting for LIB been amended In some very :00-1..1. 54 leb H.,. Fight ., Rats 45
to those gallant men (Alvin M. Owsley,
ERTY. --
and Inflation has II-R.u'. 55 Theatre the Weak Rule 41
the Winter Haven Junior Chamber of Commerce. sent of substantial ways, and in some
It prices skyrocketing who TOGETHER raised YOUR Past National Commander Jo-T.iIIhl; Zeta TWTWTW W.lt..ihl lawbreake

was an honor. This came about because Flack spentA Student uprisings against the FLAG on high, up on Mt. Surl- the American Legion) ways which, in my judgment :45-T.IIihl Zo... rW1WTW Ch."io..hi Lawbraker _
bachl on Iwo Jima, far out in Let each of US "work togeth have Improved it a good deaf,
great deal of time doing work for his communitythat Park government began as protests the Pacific. Hundreds of white er" this FLAG DAY June, Sunday through measures. which loosen 10:00-.411.4 Jack Par Saris'. Law Alfred
others failed do. against government attempts the cinch where It would chafe 10:11- Hlhhceck Jack ,.., 'u.k.'. Lew Hitchask
to it under
If weren't for this typeof crosses are planted just 14, 1964. Whether our homeIs
to normalize relations 10:10-.411r.4 Jack Par 'urh'. Law Alfred.
while the time tightening
unselfish the Mt. large, or small, our Flag old, at same
person our community would mog along, with Japan. 10:45-: Hitcks.ck Jack Par 'urh'. Law Hilchcoc.II
Yes, we still have the AmerIcan or new, let us all fly proudly.. the reins where they were
with everyone more or less satisfied to carry on their The talks, hampered by bit Flag thanks to those patriotic Nothing could more clearly slack. I feel that I belong to I II I:00-New N..., ht, WI N..Ii. New.. Sports
little ter Korean memories of Japanese .middle the road IIII-b.rt., W9hsr r..ihl Sh.. E'ferid W'ih.r W'Iher. E'I.I.I
own lives without regard to the rest of the people members of the American show our determination t that - group
the future. occupation have dragged Legion Veterans of Foreign loyalty, or belief In the greatnss to which the senator (Norrls I I I,30-Th.alre .f Tatghl Skew MnverIck' ChecI.eate
or on since 1951. In recent months Wars, Order of the Purple and destiny of this great Cotton R.) from New Hampshire 1,45Ih., Sean T"Ih' Skew Maverick, Ch.eh..e
It's hard work building a community, but it is there were hopes that agreement Heart and other veterans or- REPUBLIC has referred"

harder work keeping it at a high level of effort People finally was near Cotton had identified himself Saturday MORNING June 13

get tired. Others fail to pick up the torch and con. million Japan in had grants offered, Korea loans $600 and You Your Child And SchoolBy to the Senate as a middle-of 7:00-: &...... Watea Su"" ",.,
the road He also voted
tinue the race. It's all too easy to let George do it and credit. The money would compensate man. 7:11- AI"'lIIn Theatre Naws Sameter"
the families of Koreans for cloture. In a Senate speech 7lo-D.uty: Dawq .i..ill' et a RFD M,,4. Wally Gale,
in this case George did it. We wish to complimentthis who died in foced labor under DAVID NYDICK not set up to handle. Cotton matched Gov. George 7:45-D.uly: D.., ..iftb.." FI.,14. Wally &.1.,

young man on his energy and certainly hope he the Japanese and meet other ('PI Education: Speclallkt The school usually will be C. Wallace of Alabama in some IOo-c.lel.: Lu..1 Rame al Captain

keeps broadening his efforts. It may be that others South Korean claims Some parent seem willing to able to direct you to a qualified of his references to the civil ':11K......... ad Hardy. the Jungle Kangar.eI:30Certais
accept cures for educational individual or clinic. Another rights bill.Cotton Little Rascals Maier M..ry Certsie
will Join him. We see by the that is The United States was hopeful :
newspaper a cup that with agreement with problems which have not bren source of referral mightbe was referring to the :45-: Kaeqaree Little Taal. Maier M.rc.ry Kapree

going to be given to the "Woman Of The Year," Japan, the Korean economy. adequately Investigated or supported your family doctor. Fair Employment Practices Oo-AI.I. Skew Circa I.y Male M.rcury Aivln Skew

another good idea that should bring more results for might at last get on Its feet by substantial research Universities, colleges, and section of the bill when he II-AI"I.: Sh.w Circa Icy Male' M..c.ry Alvie Skew

our city. Japanese-built factories would These parents would not use a hospitals often maintain reading called for correction "in the Io-T.......... Raft and. I..dy. Supsrmer. T.se.ss.e

give work to Korea's unemployed medicine unless It had been clinics or diagnostic servIces proposed legislation (of) certain :45- T...... Raft aed I..v. 5.,._.", .. ._Tu..4.
and provide dollar. tested thoroughly and proven Nonprofit and private provisions which some of us at -
safe guidance clinics have been least believed to be extremely 10:00-0.lc.: Draw J..I., Aueti., lash, A.ctla Oulck Draw
Lawlessness which Koreadrlprrattly Why are parents so quickto organized
earning exports
10:11- McGraw Ju..I., A.eti., JUIII., Aaetie McGraw10:30Migkry
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the claims of Individuals In some communities. vicious, dangerous and subversive
needs accept Maae Fir.bdl KL.I lad d Meea10:45Mighty
Mlghey
We are watching a phase of the growth of But for the students and or clinics which charge These cuations are not intended of the fundamental principles : ::: : : Please FO.bsll: :: KL:5 Ma'is AiLekau. Mighty: Mease

America that will down Parka foes the amountwas substantial fees but have limited to discourage parents of the republic
of the blots political
go as one on our
Oo-li. Tin Ti.. Danis Cass R;. Ti. Ti..
of their from seeking assistance Parents .
proof accomplish.
history. It is a lawless phase that will make the old not enough Politicians "When we go into the ntua II.I-li.,. Ti.. Tls Th. Mseace C.".,,,, R;, Ti. Tin
who
mentr Is this attitude harm. are facing serious
called the proposed settlement prob. tics of the little business which 11,100I.y, I.,... fury Stacy I C..II ..y Iepn
days of the west look like a kindergarten recess. humiliating" and demanded ful? lem! with their children need employs 25 or more employe," :41-1t.y: Repre Fury Iasy I Call I.y I.,...

There is no one thing that we can point to and lay more than $2 billion from Ja Subjecting children to concen professional help. They should Cotton told the Senate "and
(rated Instruction and trainingby carefully consider the back. the FEPC to force AFTERNOON
"that i it the fault. Many issues have give power I
contributed to pan.And clinics and tutors who have ground, training, and accomplUhments -
) the students, who now an employer to employ someone
this period of history. We will say that much of the demand Park own scalp took set themselves up as expertson of the Individual or he does not wish to em 13:30-Sky 12:00-Sky: King King 'ull.i..kl.lallwiehle Seg.page lacy lasey Shy Sky Kiev Kisq t

blame can be placed at the doorstep of the Supreme to the streets.Negotiation. particular types of learning group from which they are ploy, or justify himself by ex 12:30-CIS:: Newt I.Kbdl A'esriae CIS New. I

Court. Both colored and white leaders have failed to now have been problems might be detrimental seeking guidance After an pensive litigation in federal 12:45-: .... .1I Baseball 1..1..4. DillY De"., !
In many cases, learning problema evaluation and consultation it real
there is
off IndefinitelyAnd court no more
put
take the time to Is 1:00-huball I : 1...1411 Ama&ae" .aulallI
necessary thoroughly think out plans due to vUuat. audiTory advisable to discuss the "
are suggestions
definite left in this nation,
for just as a freedom
with I 1.1-,. Chiage of K...... City .4.1..4 Cecage vs.I .
that would work on integration.Such time Korea will remain on the or emotional difficulties the family doctoror Cotton asked the Senate to I J0N.. Yerk ye. CI..1..4. Wr.NG5 N.. Y.rkI

characters as Adlai Stevenson and Congressman International doleAlmanac. Unless or these understood causes extensive are corrected A school qualified officials clinic or individual consider a famous statement by I :41-.... .1I Iae.ksll W..tII" .aubaII

Powell with their irresponsible uttenngs Instruction can have unpleasant will want to work with the Woodrow Wilson: "The historyof 2:00-Iaubdl lasdall Wrsdltsq huball

and thinking haven't done the cause of law and order results Qualified doctors, educators school This kind of cooperationIs limitation liberty Is of the history governmentalpower of the 2IWuebell 2.10-.hn. Iaubdl....hll TlA WeNnq Iaubdl huball

any good. When mobs start taking over, or attempt. completely and psychologists evaluate a child should before usually cure important to a successful not the increase of it" 5:45-ludail gaubdl TlA Baseball

leg to take over we can expect to see bloodshed, roving planning a corrective program 3:00-Ia..b.ll laselalt latch 0,. Baseball

bands of hoodlums and eventual rising up of vigilantes By (nlted Press International III-laaball Baseball &.If T..y Baseball
the 3d0-lueball ld Medeaee lalel Oe.s Rverbeat;
Today Is Friday, June 12.
co-operating with the sheriffs and other law officers i- 164th day of 1964 with 202 to questions There are in many the fields unanswered of education DIAL WSIR Program 1490 J.45-.... .1I Sal M..t...... Gelf T..y li..bo.14:0oNny

to bring about peace, law and order. follow and human behavior : Pi1' Hi-Tee" .11.. Dinky Riverkalsill

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morning stars are Jupi makes It necessary to seek 4 011 atoms S Hiehway a ::10 "tual News
became a factor. There are those unwilling for time to ter and Saturn. and e 30 Mutual N... a II ....... Dim Mutual .
qualified experienced asslitance .. Ags harte tvd.Werld R..c. 5
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work its miracles-their urgency brings hasty action, On this day In history: A professional who Is t 4 to m Home Wanl a a J"b"Hbnaway 10 lB Muanc fan Mutual 1:11.f Kiegs W.,..... .f b.rt. Rues 1

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always been governor of the Massachusetts I 011 5n a Along a m Musb, rtsm Mutual 1:41-11': n. lw Slrlc.I..4 ., b.$. I'.. A Saret
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Roosevelt signed the Reciprocal The program In a school system I II TraJl1II _set ",.r....... "II-S.. Smash. Weather sSnrH W.stker
tear it apart? Trade Agreements Act. Is designed to all children al Wall Street Report. 1"011 r."... A drew Nns 4:10-Mr: 14 l..t..li..1 The Gay L.... Password
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takt, We're sorry very sorry 10 YEARS clinic which has limited knowledge 10'I lit,6 Mutwl norttI. Me.News' A ......, 5 M ,. ...."'11 Sports 0..4. eel.. Msvia. tenon Well n. 0.,.......
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Scranton would announce his City official. began a full ScotUfth-made car recently exhibited problem in order to achieve 1 r 08 Muttud M.aan,5 Nan 7 1..1 a := 1'1.' ..Ua.A. I, 1:00-New*. SB*. Wtr S.*.r*.. ...*.,. New* Now 5e4.
candidacy for the GOP presidential scale study of Ute legality of at the New York Auto maximum .ut't't'liin correcting 1 : =. New, aim .r News 11,11-TU.rro N... $*.. W r Adur Theatre Woe**,
nomination: its .id.to-o t h e agencies" Show seats four is said to Ret It. This probably requires a 'II minds flees "w....., .I" ..apa... abbsds II I :10- "& ... Fw*" O.H., C.....e "'..,. H." el *.* elIt

'Any Republican has a right program Including whetheror up to 40 miles a gallon aeBs to* team of experts with the use of 1: et m aced MorUry Monies Qrna ...... =St :M : l/q N.w. I : Cease K.Hy Critics CIoo... 5t Tne.....' HeHy.ee.

ta make a bid for the nomination not they had the right to leas than 11.500 and the rear I complete facilities Remember sac MWai Nsw, : lee These ***,... etkedul ere prewid.d k eke tel.vhiw, elaN..e

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I Georgia's Popularity Puzzles PoliticiansATLANTA Mrs Lake Charles Alfred W, smith of Early Passage Seen For New Pay Rise Bill I


Rider Ave. hat returned from "ASHlNOTJPO .- sen But .i ihnston. expressed surprise In the future, men,h(-rs won I !

(UPI) -One of arrive Monday George Corky Why aH .the sudden attrir Sanders might have something i two week vtsll with relatives atoms professed surprise today I'i the House-approved gel' (he sas e percentage In-

the hottest commodities on the Wallace and Ross Barnett are lien for Georgia Could It be to do with K. Or Sen and friends In Houston Tex si t a feature In the Hau... amendment providing that cn'anea asjeMnatlcullY I

political market these day is due In July. Nelson Rockefel Stone Mountain the W.KPM Richard Drevsrd Russell. Charles ShInn Is representing passed fetor pay raise Mil when ( 'mgreas votes pay rsMes "I'd" hSV to sludv' t thatlihnslonsald. I I."

the state of Georgia ler's brother was In Atlanta hunk of granite In the northern What was Refund PresioeiitJohiwon's the First United Presbyterian that could lead to annual sal for (u-rnment civil servants .
Not since Church of Lake and the ary Increase for members of
the premiere of hemisphere Could tt Alfred
l"et'eatIJ be telephone caD to . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Gone with the Wild in 1". William Warren Scranton (the Okeefenokee Swamp Or Sanders inviting the Georgia West Presbytery at .... 44th Congress t.

have so many come so far to coudn't make It but two front the stnte's vast deposits .if governor to he one of four annual Synod of Florida al the The rider providing effect

pay homage men for the "keep Scrantonalive marble regional representatives dur Coquina Hotel. Ormond Beach for semi-automatic rongreas- : Beneficial ;

In times recent, Georgia hat drive" visited Georgia Is It possible Go\' Carl F tag the President's maiden this week lonal pay boosts In the future

!been visited by Lyndon Bsines Hat any other state had this "speech" to Congress when he Guests of Mr. and Mrs Henry was' added to the pay measure

Johnson Lady Bird Johnson saturation of political activity moved into the White House Anderson of Highway 17-M are passed by the House Thursday. K

Lynda Bird Johnson Barry this attention* New York or Polk Sine* then the President requested their grandchildren, Craig and 143 to 151 @ [ )
Planning Page Llnton of Winter Park.
Goldwater
Teddy Kennedy California with many more that Sanders head up In the Senate about the. only
Bobby Kennedy and Sargent electoral vole would be hard the 11 state Appalachia Cava Throe Lake Alfred graduate real Immediate problem was
Shriver from Winter Haven High !School
put matching this political emort Conference how the members, with proper
Harry Truman was ached limelight Clinic Ends What about the growing were presented with personal- senatorial reserve. could conceal
tiled but couldn't make it because The speculation that Sanders lied Ither-bond revised vet in
only major political figure may their eagernesx" to....tile your pocket today :
lions of the Bible by the Rev.
of an upset stomach who hasn't visited Georfia take a federal' Job-maybe tttorney '538 million Mil and send It toPreaHkmt mountains?
David DtetMl Re. Planning s vacation at the beach' 'In the
The rumor however, Is that is Dwight D. Eisenhower C"lf'IM'ral-ao that Bobby Sunday JehMonChairman .
tickets" for the $100-..plate fundraising but It'. likely he may appear ToDay MeetPolk Kennedy could be Johnson't elplents were David Fisher : Or. maybe a visit to the Wufki i Flirt With, cash
tttn D
Lots Johnson Johnson, S
and Mary Friesner from Beneficial you ian take advantage Of today t
rally weren't selling at his favorite golf retreat" running male. thereby uniting ,
D-S C. of .the Post Office and
all members of the church.A .
vacation Phone now -- ore
Dick Nixon ii scheduled to Aufwtta the East!: and the South In a Civil Servtoe Committee citing opportunities
shotgun marriage* farewell dinner party for said come in Get your cull and get I N fait dUlln.Bn.ftc..I' :
? ... . -- County first planning Mr and Mrs Philip Jones,who his group would approve the .
celebrationBENEFICIAL
Golden
clinic came to a close yertrr What about the possibility of bill s Anniversary
s will spend the summer In Connecticut quickly, probably next
I I. day after a two day session Russell versus Sanders for the was given Tuesday week The panel compleledpublie : :

i...... : '.. $i':. conducted by ni\ersity of U S SentteTOr evening by Mrs. Charles W. hearings more than a month
Is It true according to
Florida" professor Dr Ernest Smith for 12 neiihbori and two 110. 1914 FINANCE SYSTEM 1964
the best source available. that out-of-towners Johnston told newsmen that
R Barlley a nationally! known Mrs. Virginia
Johnson turns that loan up to $600 on Furniture, Car or Note S
never there deal "that I know
planning authority Hostels of Daytona Beach and was no
". HOW TO CHOOSE A spotlight on\ Sanders until he Mrs Gladys Borden of tl i Paso of In the Senate to lark up the : WINTER HAVEN Beneficial, Finance Co. of Winter Haven

The clinic attended by representatives has consulted with Russell Tel. salary Increases for membersto 5 116 W Central Avenue S

NURSING HOME from folk cities There are always two methods Mr id Mrs. \vtliiam Meach- $10,000 a year The house ?nd Floor Phillips Professions! Bldn. . CYpresS 3.2176lAKCLAND
SS
and interested groups was intended to study things politicil er and stldren are tending hill provides for J7 coo increase Beneficial' Finance Co. of Lakeland

to publicize the purpnees The first Is that. where" a two week ration touring Ilorlda ,, raising laO ,akcispai : S .MO Cast lemon Street (Rear of Post Office) Mutual 6-5105

and problems of a county there's smoke there's fire (" $'10( .000 tnnuall .ee.ee.ee.eeee. . ee .eee. eeOPEN'Tll .

;. .wkk,' Boning The second' was explained
by one AI Smith many years

.; LOCATION Speaking in a daylong see ago Smith said "No matter

atom Dr. Birtley t"mph..lfl'll" | how thick you slice It, It',

the need for county wide zonIng still baloney." rrnmw

Choose s nursing home as rises to as an attraction for Industry

your own home ss possible In order to Polk County has the acreage Legal Advertising .

I facibtat frequent viailmg.RECOMMENDATION industry needs he said. '
SMj '
but Industry also considers. the .
NOTlC't 0. intention Tn 8
existence of good school systems MAN. Arl'IIt'ATlIIN 15111IINAI.

i a stable tax base. equitable 111M iseos ?
RR: BSTATR OF
IN
i taxes, efficient local government 1UT 8 CAMP IlI.I.:
For advice on the nursing home best and planning alien pv..ed) TONIGHTDISCOVER
*. g suited to you consult your physician T. All Whom It )Mayw.ren
to locate
local hospital pastor, chamber of commerce deciding new plants lut in' Ii hereby II""' thai I

or local health and welfare Dr. Hartley advised the
authorities county to attract clean indus 'Milfoil. drrxaaod, that 1. have
try" such at ceramics, plat tn"tf in) .iM-titton for final dim burg*
Perhaps you will' want a list of sev. tic and electronics' firms and hut I sal apply to the Hi*

oral! and we suggest that you visit themto These "clean Indu trtt"" bringin of Richard Pi,Ik A i.unty Bronwn Florida, County,m JuiUa:Ih*

acquaint yourself with their services highly.paid personnel" and tel day nf Junr' ItM, ''rll'l'd'| ;:. FREE
before making a decision You will' be al of the War and for '-
1 1i
.;' welcome to visit and Inspect are an asset to the community r....... a* 1I.ulri.: .., She nMni' oliiu LOVING CUP
S Cnufell drraMlfl. I I3
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:; Is licensed by the State. Ask to see the civic leadership In getting voter saetttils at thr ,.Mali --

J license which will be on display tcciptance of county'wide of Our Campbell ..

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Six WINTER HAVEN DAILY NEWS-CHJEF-WINTER HAVEN. FLORIDA Friday June 12 diM



'Mr. Speaky' 10 Pound Bass Church Ends ROOCRT Funeral J. B4CTAM.EFuneral 16 Polk fHMembers With Mocha Johnson Talks lWV To Hear



Trophy Won First Week BastaMe services 71. of for Rout RobertJ Z, WASHINGTON (tYPo--creek

By Wins For Witt who died last Saturday in the To Ambassador Alexander A. Mas Barbara Ward

Winter Have Hospital after las delivered a message from

short illness, will be held Ik. Greek Prime Minister
Dr. Bruce Witt of Auburat ale Won port, T.on., won the secret a George Pmpaadreou to President -
HendricksDr. Of School tomorrow m o r a I n g at 11
the 12th weekly contest la MM weight contest with a 7 3/4 clock at graveside in .Lakeside Attend MeetSixteen Johnson Thursday, but the On EconomicsThe
U. S. Open Black Bass Cbantplonshlp pounder be caught while fishing Whit Rouse would make no
Memorial Park with the
Jack Henclrtc won "Mr.Peikr" with a catch weigtttafonly In Boon Las in T-._. The First n I Presbyterian Rev Leo F King, pastor of Polk I County 4.H comment on possible efforts to League H Women V'oters
during last night's Imrtl 10 1/4 pounds which .In Witt took his bass while trolling Church Vacation Bible School the Memorial Methodist Club members including three ease the Cyprus crisis.Msstas ',( Polk Colnlwill meet Tues
<* Polk Toastmasters made out of Lake Eloise with a which be Beymer left the executive
star nine, did completed the first week of
'r.. delegates from Winter Haven day. June 16. jt 10 a m at the
*** at tbe Haven Hot l. Winter Haven.II not Identify. It took five minute. today and plane to resume Church officiating mansion by a side door after
sessions will attend the first Annual home of Mrs Charles H Walsh
Speaking in competition with was the smallest nan to to land and measured M 11* Monday with the theme Friends may call this evening meeting with Johnson for about
IH Club Conference be heldin Haven
to
age McConkey and Hugh take a first place weekly prts Inches In Imcth and 18 in girth. for the second week. "Jesus at Crisp Funeral Home an hour. Press Secretary will listen
-is**), Dr. Hendrtcks won tb* In the three-year history of the The catch WM reported by Rain between 6 and 9Archery Gainesville beginning next George E. Reedy said the ambassador Members to a
cweta Christ His Way Our Way Monday and lasting through taped recording: of a talk 111\en
statue with his talk nationwide tournament. bow Boat Basin.Honorable had requested the
.
011 Mrs. E H. Wale" chairman by the well known English
"An next
AW To Friday June 19
Authority. And Milburn Feaglns of Kings- mention went to meeting.
iDOutac* Over Others." Roy C. Hill of Inverness, Fla., of the Christian Education Those planning to attend economist Barbara Ward at the
Dr. Hendrlck said that we who posted a tO-poundr while Committee reported a rg istr* Class from Winter Haven include the League Miss Ward's subject .

mart examine ourselves "H Fruit Receipts spin casting with a "lrr -Lllre two of 281.Devotiosal. Ruby Taylor Dana Dell Miller Colchiski To was 'Economic" Policy for
our Wrespondence and human In Lake Taala Apopka In front services are led and Irma Jean ThomhiU the Free World. an analysIsof

relations are to be <.Hectlve, of his home. It was H /' by the pastor, the Reverend In addition Bill Adams of the world economic: : problems and
they must be founded upon a Inches bw 18 l/t mchs.DsrreU James R. Blackwood and the Added To City Lake Alfred chapter will also possible solutions

MlJdl croup of principles which Drop SharplyCitrus Cuta inger of Lakeland associate pi.... Robert W attend. Attend U Of F Mrs. James L. Yount. pres.
".BM in sound and workable Fla., brought a 8-p knowledge 19-ovnce base out of Scott Lake of Tuesday meeting will be devoted .
the lead
The school is under .
has been known a* 4 H Short
NcCoIlke spoke on "Pro- cannery receipts for near Ills home. He lured the fish ersbip of Miss Helen, R. Fun ProgramBeginners Course. to initial planning for a
Ciald'water" with a Black Widow Guide", in enlarged and reused
and Gleen's topic eel while Summer SchoolThaddeus
Iris the week ending yesterday Maine, director of Christian The members who will be
'The Life Of A Bachelor. form For many years t h e
totaled 59687 boxes Education The staff of workers
compared archery classes representing polk County
Evtluators were Colin Ragty O. Hill, also of Lakeland, are League of Women Voters has
David jltruthers, and Dr. Norby with MO.887 the week be. registered. a flab weighing 9 include: for boys and girls ages 9 those who have completed at M Colchitkl of issued a publication under this

tilt Charles Attkinson servinfM fore The totals are' Grapefruit pounds, 2 ounces, he hookedin Nursery. Miss Betsy liar through 17 years of age will least three year of club work 2207 Ave C. NW will be title for the general information .

master evaluator RallY 49.406. oranges 520.281. a phosphate pit south of the grove be included in the 1964 Sum and have proven performancein among the 90 high school and of the voters of Polk Coun

"cognized as the best eval- The season's cannery total city on a shiner. Kindergarten Mr*. Harold mer Recreation Program the areas of leadership, citizenship junior college teachers from
wass for the period ending June 8, The only other looker landedIn Irby. Mrs. Larry Rollins. Mrs Dan King, a member of the and subject matter. all over the U. S. who will be

Pad Pettlgrew won the Table were' grapefruit 1161.689. a slow week of bass fishing W. T. Simpson J., Miss Carol summer recreation staff for The purpose of the confer attending summer Institutes ty.Teachers
L Topics orange 44.61.015. tangerines came out of Lake JessieIn on the University of Florida
award for his talk on the Golden Mrs Arthur Pieringer. the past two years win con ence la to increase their knowledge -
estimate of the frui- crop by 1.132.849. Winter Haven. It weighed I V4 Mrs William Read. Mill duct these classes Monday and understanding of self campus this summer to Increase Go
Totals for the corresponding pounds and their teaching proficiency
government officials Others was caught while Dole Bissett Mrs Carroll through Friday at the high and their relationship to others
PttItlnr| < on Table Topics were period last season: grapefruit trolling. Teeter Mrs Dungan Kaytor, in math and chemistry
school track, at 9 learn the of
beginning : importance
Cba 16.1>>.., 82, WIN and institutes, sponsored by
les Attklnson. oranges FeagiA will receive The
Kenney Al- Mrs John Dterker, Mrs J.
democratic values and citizen
a.m. : To NEA
eer. and Colin Rage 5U.243. tangerine 400,032. Pfluger spinning reels and the the National Science Foundation MeetTwo
Kenneth Ensor and Miss Jane
Registration for the archery ship responsibilities as a
.I* next meting of Fruit shipments for the Tennessee weighing station that run concurrently from
the Toastmasters will be held itW week ending! yesterday totaled sent In the secret weight winner KeiKlrick classes will begin Tuesday young citizen; have opportunities June 15 to August 7 and will Winter Haven teachers
will Primary Mr *. David June 16, at 9 a m. and registration for personal development
Haven boxes receive two math
Hotel on lune 2$. 92.437 compared with dozen Jim be attended by 67 high will Polk County at
109411 last week. Bsgley lures Adams, Mrs George Hardy : will continue through through citizenship and leadership teachers and 23 Junior college represent
This week's shipment total The contest Is now In Its 13th Jr.. Mrs C. R. Woodruff Mrs. Thursday June 18. The entire experience; learn how chemistry tescheri the National Education Asso

are: Grapefruit 24,241, or. week and the overall event will Andrew McCornack, Mrs William course is of six weeks duration to apply and share conference Dr. William A. Gager professor elation Convention in Seattle
Doyle Conner'sBrother snaps 72.106 end August LRotarians Bentley, Mrs Alex Warren information in the County 4II of mathematics at the Wash.. June 28 to July 4.

The season's shipment totals III, Mrs Bobby Webb, The Recreation Department Program. University Is directing the Fred Evans teacher at Den.

for period ending June t, Hear Miss Donna Ross, Mrs Edward will supply the equipment for Other girls to participate mathematics program and ison Junior High, will represent -

KilledSTARKE are Grapefruit 12752.250, oranges M. Blake. Mrs. Floyd the archery daises. from Polk County are the following professor of chemistry, Dr. the Polk County Education
6937.596, tangerines 2.- (Continued From Page One) Smith Mrs Frank T. Alexander : Mary Redden from John Baxter, heads up the Association Herbert A.

141,353. temples 1,042017. who were confined for commitment Mrs Albert Lauter and the Fort Meade Community 4- summer program in chemistry Glover, teacher at Winter Haven .
(UPD-Lunan Conner tangelos 501,863 murcotti 117- for In most cases the Mri Arthur Stewart Travel Bureau I! Club. who is also the State Senior High, will repre

brother of State Agrirul 393. people could be treated at home Junior, Mrs Robert W Far 4-II Vice President: Kay Hancock Colchiski la a teacher at sent the Polk County Classroom .
.
lure CommlMioncr Dole Conner Totals for the and wouldn't be a burden to Adds Cities Teachers Association
corresponding row. Mrs. Thomas Tyler Mrs Fort Meade Lanna Lakeland Junior High School.
was killed in a highway)' period last season: Grapefruit society--It's working great In Linden C Davidson Mrs For. WASHINGTON (UPI) .. The Duke and Joy Bryant, Kathleen Glover will also representPolk

accident near here Friday mor 12,192.355. oranges 556,190, Polk"County and we are proudof rest Judy, Mrs. T Oakley Andrews U. S. Travel Service has added ; Lois Milby Auburndale at the annual meeting of
nine, according to the Florida tangerines 1,521,426, temple It, said McCutcheon. 13 cities It list of the National Council of Urban
Mrs Marvin Damkjer. to communities Sr High; and Jackie Pascoe. Storms Hit
The control
Highway Patrol mosquito
pro-
561-436. Mrs Joseph Teele. Mrs where foreign visitorscan Mulberry Sr. High Education Associations which
blem also discussed. The
The would releaseimmediately was !
patrol not
Fred Schnctzler. Miss Glenda visit with U. S, citizens under Other boy delegates will be: will meet in Seattle June 24.27.
the details of the speaker told of the successof
accident the new chemicals and said Stewart Miss Jean Kennedy, a "Americansathome"program. Doyle Brown Carl Wells, Bill Following the NEA. con

It was reported, however PennsylvanianContinued that In probability something Mr. and Mrs. Courteny Dale Bugfs, Mulberry Jr. and Sr. Across Nation vention, Glover will go to
The announcement the
Conner about 37 was killed ( From Page One) would be done to effect a con- Junior High Mrs. John J. total number of cities brings participating High: Roy Norton Lake Portland, Ore.. where he will
trol that would give relief to the Dey. Mrs Jack C. Coyle Wales; John Braswelt and attend a week long meeting of
while to .
early Friday enroute
clsion until the final roll call In the program to 35. Damaging winds thunderstorms
Mrs Del Lawson Mill Jan Bartow the National School Public Relations
ThomKiU
the state prison at Raiford has been completed four weeks county. The travel service will publicize Roscoe and tornadoes roared
McCutcheon also touched Sties Lee Association The N E.
on Kennedy Mary Community Club.Allt'nt.
where he
was farm director from now I say that we are In foreign countries numbers across the plains states from
the fire control now being Instituted Kenneth Jerry from Polk A. will Glover's
Judy Mahaffcy pay expenses
According to the report the going to San Francisco to holda which visitors can call in going Texas to North Dakota Thursday
pickup truck Conner was driving (convention, not a coronationand for county areas. At Hargrove each of the cities to arrange County are Mrs Mary H. night and today. for this meeting
collided with another vehicle. I hope you agree that we the present time there Is only Mrs Florl'ncC.\ Wilson, visits Padgett assistant home demo Twisters touched down In He was chosen one of 10 national

Doyle Conner left for Starke are not going there to hold awake one county' unit prepared to church organist is serving as onstrat-on! agent and David M Missouri, North Dakota Nebraska scholarship recipients to
after receiving report of the iccident ." fight house fires. The rest are organist for all chapel services $9 Million Citrus Solger assistant county agent and Texas during the attend this conference These
to control woods fires, but can
Scranton: conceded he facedan and pianist for the junior de night At least four funnel scholarships are given on the
offer aid In case of a burning
uphill battle to wrest the home partment.An (Continued From Page One) clouds were sighted around Lin basis of a written composition

nomination from Goldwater. "At the present time there hour of Sharing to which skin policy to greatly increase Gator AlleyContinued coin Neb, but apparently need of the local association
"We have waited will be invited will be and the experience of the applicant
East Germany dangerously Is a planning and toning meetIng parents research activities pertainingto caused no damage
From One)
long to cs 11. upon our part)"'. being held In Bartow. It offered ty each departmentnext new citrus products, Improve ( Page One tornado ripped apart

conscience, 'capon It. wisdom, should bring about some type of Friday June 19 from 9 ment of present products, and gas tax funds of Breward farm building near Bismarck Both Evan and Glover plan

upon its wiUJAihe declared toning that can be voted uponat to 11 a M.. when the school the development U: new mar County might be used to defray N.D., and another destroyed many side excursions In connection

USSR Sign PactHOSCu' "For too many months we a referendum in 1965--1 hope will close keting Idea. costs of the road in adjoining barns Just east of Kansas City, with the Seattle trip.

have been slow to act, but fast that you will avail yourself of "The commission will be operating Collier County. Mo.

to uy it could not happen to the thought that are coming under a much more limited The City of Miami challengedthis Powerful winds downed trees
iLfi)-Ihe Soviet out of this for Johnson Talks Hooks on the theory that the law Judy Garland
us not to our party I meeting they are budget next season, and unroofed buildings in Union
Union and East Germany today share essential to the future growth stated 'For thing item provides that this surplus .
responsibility with others one an gas Mo., about 35 miles southwest
signed a new 20 year friendship of our leaders who have failedto of the county," said McCutch With Erhard of $1.280,000 will be withheld tax money be spent) w holly Vlth- of St. Louii Had and HONG KONG ( TPIi, A

and mutual sulitance treaty act." as the second contribution toward in the boundaries of the county winds of more than 60 miles source close to Judy Garland
which treats West Berlin as a Obviously referring to Gov. eon."Modern travel I t. a great WASHINGTON (UPI-West) the citrus Industry's so- to which It is allocated. an hour damaged cotton crops today denied Hong Kant press

separate unit "in no way part Nelson A. Rockfeller of New thing..we got on a plane In hard German Chancellor Ludwig Er. called 'war chest', which will The court said this was too around Presidio. Tex reports that the singer!: had
arrived here for
of Welt Germany"The York. Scranton said he wantedto Washington around 7 in the talks with President today Johnson be used only in the event of an literal an interpretation of the At Clovis. N )1 winds de. married Mark Herron her tra
signing of the pact was morning hopped Into New York This reserve fundis law cling
frankly express admiration emergency moliEhed a brick building The companion
my which look increased
announced by Soviet Premier spent until 4:30 In the afternoon on sigmficance created by withholding 20 percent Were the view of Miami and blast
for those who earlier entered windy were blamed for .
Nikita S. Khrushchev and East at. the Fair, and flew by the signing of a The English language Hog
of receipts from the or the Triple motor clubs
the list, with and adopt. killing four valuable show cat
energy 20' treaty between the So Kong Tiger Standard
year and
German Communist chief Waiter back to Tampa and arrived home
assessment"Hooks ed, the court the
dedication Now surely, all of ange said contruc- tie on a farm near Farwell
Met Union and the East in Associated
Ulbricht at a Kremlin rally for a later supper--It's uncanny puppet commission Chinese-language
said the tlon of a highway the length of
us must confront reality It Is
German regime editions had .
The mutual assistance treaty said the speaker. NMWinds quoted Miss oar
about would be pressed for fundi In the state would require a bond
to
happen to our party" were clocked at 78
Erhard and the Presidentwere land u .
remarking Thur
with Welcoming the Rotary Jay
the first to be signed cuallfor
was tile next season issue for each and the
East Germany by the Soviet The latest United Press Inter the day was Joe Shsrlt expected to center their added county miles an hour at Hill City that Mirk t and I wervi'' .inujIXCHANOI \
"There are a great many cost of duplication of ef Kan.
Union when long has sad sin national tabulation showed that with seven coming from nearby discussions on the possibility of items that deserve attention but fort would be considerable 1ne day, aoMcDOUBLE
with other satellite Scranton has a total of 70 votes clubs and one from Bratil. Ken tougher Communist moves as a
Uar treaties which will suffer for a lack of Under the plan 51 miles of
committed to him at the Republican Schulz did the Notes and Comments remit of the new pact which .
do .
The Western nations
nations. asking
funds. Right now, we are the 71 mile toll road would be
convention. Pennsylvaniahas with Ben Thomson Introducing treat West Berlin as a reps
not recognize East Germany as our Budget Committee to built in Collier County and 27
provided him with 61 In those who had birthdays rate unit "in no way part of
I sovereign state consider and means of miles in
Broward
ways The
addition he has six from Iowa, during the week West t Germany"New County
two worthwhile protects
supporting agreement provides that after
two from North Dakota and one
Stan FarmContinued from Vermont -a special survey on citrus the bonds are retired, tolls will
\ York Stock Reportl juice qualities from a nutritional continue to be collected until NATIONAL IANK. Memkef F.DJ.C,
( From Page One) Goldwater has a total of 342 standpoint and sponsorship each county II reimbursed for'

_all with long service delegates In the UPI count with NEW YORK (UPI-Mdday) International Nickel 76'. of a topnotch profession the gasoline tax It has spent on

Co-chairmen of arrangementsare 655 needed for nomination. stock prices: International T 4 T 55 al golf tournament. We also the project and the Road Department .

Mrs Renata Lloyd and Jim Among the other possible in- Alabama Cat S3H Johns Manville S5S must consider the needs of the hat been repaid for

Reynolds, and they are assi ted liidaics: Rockefeller has U5 American Can Co. 46 t Kennecott Copper 79'% new commercial development money it advanced for maintaining
by Mrs. Mabel 1 Little Jim Ambassador Henry Cabot Lodge American Hardware 9H Kroger Co. 32 department which is to be man the road.

Merrick Bill Casslty and Ro has 44, and former Vice President American Motors 13H Lockheed Aircraft 34* ned during the next month or The court, in a statement that

land RoberUon. Richard M Nixon has 12. American Sugar 1..H Lorlllard Tobacco 43*.-. two. Frankly, we face a tremendous has gotten to be a part of all [ D
American T T W4i Louisville Nashville 84M task in the next 12 recent such road project vabda- -J1 i K : [[ 1[. 1

American Tobacco J3H Merck ft Co. 36H months in trying to accomplish Ion decisions, repeated that it --
Anaconda Copper 40H Middle South Utilities 43H everything that is expected of is not ruling on the matter of NEW-'N-BIG

s Babcock It Wilcox 29H Monsanto Chemical 77H the Commission under the new the advisability of building the

Bendix Corp. 42** Montgomery Ward X" organizational setup as recommended highway at the place and in the

TII- Borden Foods 72U National Gypsum *." In the survey made of manner chosen

: Burlington Industries 47H J. C. Penney 54* Commission" operation thisyesr I "W* long ago and frequentlysince

i Chesapeake and Ohio 7v. Pennsylvania Railroad 30A decided the court was not
Chrysler Corp. 46H Pepsi-Cola Bottling S3* The survey on citrus Juice concerned with the wisdom of

Cite Service Oil Co*. 8H Philip Morris lIlt qualities would be mad by the such project," said the opinion

Coca.Cola o. 1284> Philips Petroleuu 49>. Cortex F. Enloe agency which written by Justice Elwyn Thomas
43H bandies the medical advertising "We are charged with
Colgate Palmolive o. 4SH' RepuuHc Steel only
Cone Mills 20H Reynolds Tobacco tfi account for the commiiskm. gauging t be legality of the

Continental Can smCurtiss Seaboard Air Line 47* Purpose of this is.ooo project undertaking though conceiviMy
would be to establish the various
a project might be
Wright 17H Sears Roebuck 1134 as itt-advised
Douglas Aircraft SH Sinclair Refining 46% nutritional advantages of as it is illegal"
citrus over the many synthetic .
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Dow Chemical 71 Socony Mobil 78 s
beverages being placed on the
Du PontE..urn 2S4 Southern Company W- marketAn FLORIDA STOCKS I
Air Lines 31 Southern Natural Gas S4H
Air
amount of: $100.000 likely Control 23U
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DAILY NEWS.CHIEF!' F, J4y, June <2. 1964 P.ge S.v.nP06IES

Happiness r.- __ >**- " ,Around The Town A
\r,'" f"
.

Is FeaturedIn ., : Cadet William Gerber Leaves AcademyFor



I Summer Study Tour Of Installations

DecorationsA

Cadet William J. Gerber, son of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence 0. Gcrber of Winter
unique centerpiece: .
r st, tng a summer garden with Haven Fla., departed Sunday from the U.S. Air Force Academy Colorado, fora

dr al statuettea standing summer study tour of Air Force, Army and Navy operation at installations
a flowering "Happiness
across the nation.
was the focal point of .r Cadet Gerber, a graduate of MIM harlolle llancmk and Ir. and Mrs Van T. Burnette
lions when Miss Dale
Winter Haven Senior High" MISH Paula Driver are coming and daughter Vsmesia. plan to
bride-elect of Thomas
Bushell, was entertained School!, and a member erf the tonic today from Jones Business attend the Marine Corps League
shower ; academy chess of 17, will visit College in JackJOflvlUe for State ron,",,*, this weekend
given by Mrs. J.
Jones, Mn. T. T. Pope numerous base and ships of 4 weekend visit with their parents in Ft I...,.*".
California to New Mr .mil Mrs Arthur Hancock .
the fleet from '
Mrs W. J. Pruitt at the Miss Joanne Onanff, who received
M Hampshire before completingthe and Mr and Mrs D. K
of th.latter.
her degree last week
.
I \ As each guest arrived, '!' tour at Fort Denning, Ga. Driver from Newcomb College at Tulane

t, was given a Uny card on lie will participate in opera Miss Barbara Ann Hill of New University hi New Orleans
and
--- she wrote a message to Uonal training missions York City n here (for the wedding La., 'is home for a few days
engaged couple. These brief.ngs, that will give him a tomorrow of Miss Linda visit with her parents. Major
hung on the tree for thorough indoctrination on the
-y and Mrs Boyd Omang. She
Lee Brady and Richard TerryCamphell
Miller and her fiance to responsibilities> and capabilities plans to leave Tuesday lor Portland .
MI"Jill will be
together later. of the major commands In the a .
brllesmaid Ore where she will begin
Games were played and Department of Defense three months training with
es won and the guests The cadet Is one of more than
Major and Mrs. Timothy"'o the Peace Corps.
presented to the honors J 600 members of his class re
Cherry delight, nuts, celving the summer training to \ < and tea were served. left, was hostess at a coffee help prepare them for duty as from Quantico, Va. for and Mrs Albert Sims. ill Palm
Invited guests were Pickle, seated future Air Force officer\ The a visit with their parents, Major Drive was recently Initiated In.
dames Charles D. Miller, program includes participationin and Mrs Brady Vogt and to the Arnold Air Society at
bert 0. Bushell, Cline Miss Joy Pickle air operations on aircraft Mrs Len Ryan and other ret Horida State University This
George Young, Dallas carriers, flights with combat. atives Major Vogt, at the end honor is bestowed only upon
t David Pearce, H. M. white lace over satin and was ready ]jet fighter and bomber of his leave, will go to Okinawafor outstanding cadets by the Air
FOR THE BRIDE-ELECT -- Miss Dale Gene Hark, Harold \ centered with an arrangementof crews, demonstrations at operational a year tour of duty with! Force. Cadet Sims is in hi. Jun.
I Miller, left, and her party hostess, Mrs. William Cliff Ellison, L. A. while carnations and CIlia Air Force missile site the Marine Corps Mrs VOlt ion year at FSU.
Pruitt. J. D. Laird, Stewart lilies with blue highlights. by battlefield Infantry troops, and the children will remain Klwood received
David Hofeditz, Glenn Blue and white ribbon sandwiches and briefing at Air Force research here. and for the present, will John P. aBachelor
George Attrrson, Thelma further carried out the development and logi. reside with her grandmother, of Arts degree when
WINTER DAILY
exercises
HAVEN commencement were
NEVSCMICFCd''tcd culm, George Hardy,June bride-elect's chosen colors. lice facilities. Mrs John ThornhiU Sr. heM at Northern Illinois Uni
strong, E. A. Prtyb>lskl, Guests were Mesdames
Begley and Miss Vicki Carpenter, Albert Stuart, It. Col. and Mrs. Pile ton- Mini Ala loulse Hart, daughter verity In DrKalb.

Richard Williams, Pat Cowart, MOil and children, Mho are ala of !Mr and Mrs. Bertram Mr. and Mr*. Bradley Hogg
Joyce Aplin, William Lovell tinned In Paris, France, planto Hart Jr a June /graduate of ,,11bto\ hosts at their home Sat.
Rudolph Pope, Cullen Pope, vacation this month In Winter lljven High School, has urday night when the Young
Walter Jones, Archie Orelnllr, Spain Mrs. Denloton write her born accepted, for( indrnwood 1'f'OII.'K| Department of the
Bob Fox, Gene Dowen, Roy parents, Mr. and Mrs George College I Imlcnwood, Mo. First Baptist Church enjoys a
Egglman, Carl Jensen, Paul Chamblisa, that she's looking vMini party and supper Du.
4 Aleck, A. B. Bastlne, J. C. forward to getting warm again, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Brad ,l er Daniels Jr, superintendentof
I Dicks, Ray Golden, James since It has been such a coM bury havi moved to Winter Ha the department urges those
Hamrlc Shelton Stalnaker, Es- Il'rlnln Paris Spain ahe saysIs vrn from their former home In planning: to ski to be st the
!r telle sldwell and E. O. Pickle much like Florida Atlanta Ia. Mug home by S pm.
of I ak'lll1d.I .
L- ; by BiUlt ClUS% J MU 'S shlilevn Williamv Mr. and Mrs. Mrxll Fdwardu:

w* r.iinttnmn'Mfiiff Bonnie Nelson, Faye Jones, left yesterday for a two,week
Betty McB,e and Pat Caldwell. trip to Ft Lee Va EARN DAILY INTEREST!

Hospital News John I). Alderman, aviation

electrician' mate third class.
Family Night USN, son of Mr and Mrs I .
Tlll'RSim'SADM1SSIOS Eagle Lake Floyd E Alderman, 215 Aveflue
Mrs James Ford, Miss Janie C. NE tau recently returned e 1
\\lnifr Haven Ann Wilkes Supper PlannedBy to the Naval Air SU

Mrs Fannie B. Helms Mri. Auburndale i (Urn, Cecil Field. Jacksonville.
Jake M Suiter Ronald Hou Mrs Ernest Gamble, Mickey Eastern Stars with Detachment 38 of UtihlPhotographic
ton, Henry C. Stone: Mrs BrDa : R. Harrison Squadron 62

Joiner Mrs Walter Colhron.. Lakeland toll II Eugene: Freed Wor- craft carrier USS Shangrl, ,Lecompleting
Master Don C. Smith Miss Diane
Baby Martha Renae Mills. a tour of duty wllh.
and W W
Matron Ogden
Hester Mrs. Ma ) (
Margaret Dundee the Sixth Fleet In the Medilrr
Wot thy Patron presided at
bel Parker. Mrs James; C. Hut
Raymond Chester Pearc.
')(' nr.iirm): of the Winter lla ranean
to, Mrs Johnny M Glover II inn
a City
<'n thaplir No 74, Order i< Kathleen C Dickinson
Mn.
James R. Tucker Mrs. John
David W. Reatherford.
M. Jewel, Frank C. Math, ., Eastern Star held this wwk and daughter Kathleen of
Bill Edwards, Clifton S. Dan- tl"! Masonic Temple Gainesville, have returned to
lets? Ernest Searcy, M L. Mi Mns: Taylor Grand In. Winter Haven after veiling In
Strickland Jr., Jamej II!. 11'l'trUI'I.r<, of DUtrlct No. 14 was Melbourne Beach with Mr and
Spears Mrs David A. Stanley. Rotate Curtains in'i n dmed and welcomed A Mrs J. II. Valk Jr and In .
Like Hales ,"uitis\. wile presented In her Riviera Ileach with Dr and .
J. W: 'Co: *tand. And Draperies I. h nor hy the Associate Conduct Mrs Chris Brown and son, At The America N.tleal leak
Canada jnd Star !Point Officer. Handy In Cypress Ocrdens

Mrs. Ralph Gronnerud Mi > Jamie P Bennett was
Avon Park JOLIET Ill (UPI)-To pro Initialed into the order with Mr.Old'n DAILY
long the life of curtains and I New Arrivals '
Mrs Katie O Rhinl'r.Auburndale / presidingMr 10 INTEREST
draperies here are a few tips
I'aul A Delmater I
from the American Institute FLOWING FEMININITY
Mack E. Boyd Mrs SidneyS with this evening from i signed the l II> laws and was welcomed C. pauded q."My
Laundering gown
Hames. Mr.. L. W. Dcnck- of lection. The long flowing as a new member. of the 4% ON CERTIFICATES!

er, Mrs Horace Watkms If practical rotate the cur.talns which lifts slightly In front \ local chapter Me wan formerlya W.t.. vase .sullen ..... with
lake Alfred and draperies occasionally bodice the designer adds .n number tlf San Francisco e seeing. ......t .lMf..
Melvin E. Smith from sunny windows to unexposed satin bow marks the ( ) chapter
Orlando windows to equalizethe Mrs Freed announced the
Mrs David Cato. effect of the sun on the family night will be prior to

SebrinK fabric. Constant exposure to direct Scented next meeting, June 8, at
Mrs Henry M. Rowt'lJ.Tllt'RSD. sunlight weakens most fibers p.m. In the Masonic Temple THI FRIENDLY FAMILY IANXSI

.. Dining Room All number
.\V'S NEW YORK (UP!) M, Re-
Frequently cleaned draperies re urged) to bring their own Mr. and Mrs Henry
1)18\IISS.\I.S: thing new with the social servict and a covered well of Retiring .,ue the parents
and curtains win wear longer
Winter llavrn
and look better because soil keeps the home fires of a son born at' (os J p ni yea.
Batch Blalock Sandra Lffr1Irijrat
Miss :
and gives off heady lertfay In the Winter Haven
G Cooper. Mrs Betty C Duer. that can cause permanent discoloration Refreshment. of cake and
at the time llui llil The.. I ihy 'igherleight
Jsmes Gecrard, Paul Green does not become !Imbedded same UlIf h were served In the din. |> w
It's the use of the pouniln an'' (len <>um"<'< It
after the meeting, by
Master William Arthur !Hay. In the fabric. When haying mum
made which I.a birth.
and candle actually J. O Johnston Mrs Ralph
Roland your curtains draperies
F. Mis.
Jenkins MaryJo cleaned professionally tell plump round hunk of and Mrs C. II Ortt. A son, weighm. ,,1,11I111I"i AMEIUCA.lV
Lango, Mrs Anna W. Prnpsl
,
h.
eleven awl i
made solidified perfume II unl"II"
the cleaner if they contain glass
Mrs Joseph A. Reaves Charles NATIONAL DANK
,
D. Smith Clifton D.iuglss yarns or synthetic fibers requiring perfume is housed in I ( Vreeland said IMtI'n at.1IT a m vfitTilnv In
Wiggins special are.z and polished metal 'She "loves candlelight and the comnuin' I I,1.1 tQ MrOrvlllr Necks. .D.I.C I Cvsws. gerdeee S..fk..* ftsM
The candle becomes suggested to her husband that and Mrs C'oUlns lit

as it burns, making the 'You're In the perfume bust Halnei 1'111

appear to float in water liens why can't candles be
It burns it gives off one scented<< "
two scent eithtr a Vreeland said \It took chem

greenery ordor or one of late s while to develop the Patterson'sARE
ers, sunshine and the RI' technique and that a little wax f
The candles are the had to be added to give firm- r

ment of the French ..... h

Sea & Ski house of Rigsud and '

decking patios, d raw I a A Orchidst
rooms dining rooms, et '
saves a lot oflifeguards of such celebrities ss

Asa. RusieU and Princess Grace

Monaco lk1 HAVING A

This Information c o m
from T Reed Vrerland a

mer banker now heading N M

the buslnesa.'rf"l.nJ'1 French firm wifi eiL Summer OrchidJUNE 12.13-14 SALE








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.2Nb... RaJpli ed 0.or..Avenue..jt&is.N..: Faith McAUiilcr M CHRIST, NW Attend The Church Of Your Choice WESTWOOD 3tad Old Ed WHaey L And BAPTIST***.MISSIONARY ad Ave Pastor.Read M G


10:00
.ID.-&Ia.. School
Uoo: 1:41: 5.11I -SMB. StfcetJ
am.8an. Worship
';00 11:00 a.m.-Mows Worship

7::00 pm.p.-Y.P.C.-Evangelistic Meeting Meet. LARRILEA THORNTON The Exchange E. N. HUDSON CO. 1:41 8.00: m.-Traiaisg p.m.EveaaK W Wes nhspMETHOfHSt

7:45: p.m.-Wed.. Bible Study MATHER' JOHN C. FISHER
BEAUTY SALON FURNITURE National Bank> If 1 AM. A, N.W. CTMU1 DUNDEE
ASSEMBLY OF GOD
SIC US FOR YOUR
Eagle Lake FURNITURE CO. Wmti Htvtft's FintttFurmturt REALTOR Rev. Robert Staadtfer
-
R... Carnal Brace, Pastor , INSURANCE 11:00: a.m.-Worship
Ia: II* HI* St a Bidding e Cirptti a.m.-Swi. School
.m.-Oun.. School -H.m. .f 0 *My hntIt.lit .,.- e Dr.p.rlti r..J _J 10:00: Youth
11:00: a.m.-Morning Worship. 8's.w 111 W. C. ti.l REAL <1 6:00 m.-MethodUt

Tue 7:00: .:p.m.-Evangelistic: Serv. tth. Street Ave. J. N.W.It' ...... D...,..* Winter HeM Phew CT 4.222 OF WINTER HAVEN ES1ATI Fellowship 7:00 p.m.-Wed., Choir practice .

00 p.m.-Mid.week service CY J.ou 505 Pop Ave, N.W. MM**, fJDJG. NEEDS.

7:30: p.m.-Sec. Thurs of each
INWOOD BETHEL ; : month Women's Society of
: ,
,
y Artwd Services ee tile dwelt
ASSEMBLY OF GOD "Finqer-LIcltin'! Good"s.ss 4 Christian Service

The Her. William D. Lee .... .m. of Tan Chains This W.1IIi' .- 7:30: p.m.-Thuri. Prayer
Pastor m-WZ ...
h. Meeting
.
IU: a.m.-Sun. School ,. --- BEYMER MEMORIAL

11:00 6:39 a.m.-Morning Worship E C t :., f; { METHODIST
:
Ambassadors
p.m.- slit
r, 700 N. Lake Howard Drive
Service 'aa ,wpaa.+. rS. Rev. Leo F. :(\\nl, Pastor
T:00 p.m. EvsngeUitlc Serv. a. r.l .1,5 ., ti:
.' Morning Worship
Wed.: *. 11 00 a m.-
,
I Youth
5 30 p.m.-Methodist
T:00 p.mPr.er and Praise
Service V Fellowship
6th St., N.W. 294.2235 t rkont 274-2W 7:30: p.m.-Evening Worship
DUNDEE 7'30 p.m.-Wed., Mid.Week

Highway 542Her. Service
E. M. Davis 4 The nursery will be open for

10:00: a.m.-Sun. School .C, all worship services

11:00 a.m.-Mtniitry of Word The I .fJ Publix Market ST. JOHN'S METHODIST
7:30: Evangelistic Serv
p.m.- t w
Wed.: o EN II Funih.rev I harts 0.. Cypress at Lake Gardens Ray Road
J'.n Stopping CtnUr
7:30
: Prayer Meeting
p.m.- \1t: Rev William Tuna, Pastor

EAST SIDE I MI Drive-In "Whir.h.pplne' 1:45: a.m.-Worship Service:
sac >I1s
Dundee Highway, Lake Region Dele 9:45: a.m.-Sunday School
Sub. Division ss ras Notr.a- '" S pr /to 11:00: a.m.-Morning Worship

It. Paul Wood, Pastor t/1M11t_ Wvd. Innara' 5:30: p.m.-Methodist Youth
r '
10:00: a.m.-Sun. School 5- Fellowship

11:00: a.m. Morning Worship r I4l ELOISE METHODIST

1:30: p.m.-Youth Service Rev. Troy Hatmaker
7:30: p.m.-Evangelistic Strr. Mr Third Street

7:49: p.m. Thuri. Mid-week r .' STARPRESSPRINTING 10:00: a.m.-Sun. School
Service / ; / 11:00: a.m.-Morning Worship
8.30: p.m.-MYF
tVAHNETA FIRST ASSEMBLY 7:30: mi.-E"ening Worship
111 bib Street I
Leo Boswell, Pastor r .r zS FIRST METHODIST
9:15: a.m. Sun. School .1 BUSINESS' Lake Alfred
Worship ) &S 'Church of The Lighted Cross"
11:00
: a.m. Morning shat INDUSTRY
7:00 Evening Worship . ,. Rev Darold N. Storm
: p.m. e.ww.rrw w.Mr.a.ww.1
...,
.
9-45
i : a.m.-Church School
Tues. GOVERNMENT
:
r:30: p.m.-c. A. Meeting Tampa Electric Co. (AU Ages)
..
Wed.: Nursery class during Chrucb:

7:30 p.m.-Prayer Meeting School:
11:00: .m.-"Vorlhlp Service
FIRST ASSEMBLY OF GOD NORTH GATE What a shot! Photographers love to find a scene like this. Flowing Nursery during Morning Worship

Comer of Ave. G, 2nd, 8E water . a background of trees . a church spire in the distance .
Rev. Emerson Jones, Pastor CITIES SERVICE these always make an outstanding picture. I 5.00: p.m.-Youth Fellowship
10:00: a.m.-Sun. School BANK (Juniors, Jr. High, Sr. High)
11:00 a.m.-Morning Worship Where I Wherever we travel we see Christian churches in harmonious set. 7:30: p.m.-Midweek Worship

6:30 p.m.-Woman's Missionary ,.ur alHair. tings, and there's a tendency to think of them as "part of the scenery" AMERICANI! Informal Bible Study
Council .. 6.30: p.m.-Fellowship Supper

7:30: p.m.-Evangelistic Serv the ....t. But what an important part they are Every one is a House of God, Last Frl. each month

:3Op.m.-chrllt Ambassadors COM aND dedicated to Ills service. Every one is a community focal point, helping ina FREE METHODIST

Wed services ALONMENT thousand ways to broaden and beautify the lives of its members. And DowHtcw Winter Haves tta LakeJfred Road
7:30 p.m.-Midweek ,
testimonies: special prayer eth Dorm St.] TownMXd N.W. A CT1-1707 N. A. Oil everyone is a vital link in the shining chain of Christian belief that S."' ....., Plano Rev.Rev Chsdwlck Madam Donnally Doanally, Pastor,

LAKE IDA stretches around the world. Associate Pastor

Rev. Olla Luke, Pastor BANK OF Not far from where you live, there's a church that could give your Pelt. Cewrty's ....... 11:00 9.45:: a a..m.m.--Sun.Worship School:
Virgil Pope, Supt. life dimension. Whatever doubts and fears have bring
Sun. School Bible a new you may CHEVROLET DEALERS 6:45: p.m.-Christian Youth
10:00 Study a.m.- LAKE ALFRED them to God in His House. You can rely on His promise' that lIe will not Crusaders.

leave comfortless. j VOLUME SELLING 6:45: p.m.-Free Methodist
11:00: a.m. Morning Worship you
7:45: p.m.-Evening Evangelistic e GOOD DEALS Youth
,-, 7:30 p.m.-Evangelistic Service
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s
I" GOOD SERVICE
R cS
Thurs.: TRINITY METHODIST

i 7:43: p.m.-Prayer meeting __ ',. r Copyright I9M. .....Advtrtuin Benin. .Inb.BmrOurg,V. Chevrolet Center CHURCH

.. Rev B. R. Blackburn Pastor
BAPTISTDAVISTAR I __ Sunday Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday 9.45: a.m.-Sun. School
BAPTIST I I Chronicles I Psalms Psalms Mieah Mark Acts Acts I 219 at* *. s.w. cn-mi
11:00 .
MEMIER t.D.I.C. : a m.-Morning Worship
Rev. Lester E. Miller, Pastor 16:28-30 112:1.10: 116-12-19 712U 11:15-20: 2:37-47 23-31: 7:30: p.m.-Evening Worship

01..,. 17-N. of Bartow Air Base Nursery available for Sun.

11:00 10:00:: a.m.a.m.--Sun.Morning Sch-ol Worship This Invitation To Attend The Church Of Your Choice Is Sponsored By These Business Firms School 6.30:: m.-M.Y.F.and morning. worship.

6.30: p.m.-Training Union
7:41 Evening Service FIRST PRESBYTERIAN
: p.m.- Your
Wed.: THI GINIRAL ILICTRICSTORI Morrison's WINTER HAVEN Siith St. at Ave. G.. N.W.

7:43 p.m.Prayer, Bible Study C..lr.l ATTEND TilE LAKE REGION BANKOf PLANING MILLSiL@d Rev, James R. Blackwood,
Path 9 Pastor
DUNDEE C.alv9 CHURCH OF YOUR U 1 CafeteriaDINNER Commerce Rev. Robert Farrow, Associate

10:00: a.m. Sun. School aC laia9D.p.rtmat A 9y I 8.30: ..m.-Worship Service

11:00: a.m.-Morning Worship CHOICE SUNDAY t e t fer ,. I ( 9.45: a.m.-Sun. Church: School
1:30: p.m.-Tr.lnln' Union Sla. C 11:00: a.m.-Morning Hour of
ey
Evening Evangelistic I Worship
7:30: p.m.- l' .
HOME OFQUALITY City Drug Co.JIM .- 84'IIA All kinds! IvilU.nf toA.t.rI.1 l 7:00: p.m.-Each: Third Sun.,
City
7:30: p.m.-Choir Practice Thrifty .ft.r Clutch FHA FlixnclMIII '' Presbyteers

Wed.: SCOTT PKarmcilit 1111 'i' Jr., N.W. CY J.411t W. Carl Ave ii ww111.NNIM Il'Waa Fifth. S.W. CT 3-211* 12:15: Noon. Each Fourth Mon.
7:30 p.m.-Prayer Meeting Women's Association
6.30: p.m.-Each Second 1'IeI.Men' .
EAGLE LAKE LAKE SIIIPP INMAN PARK CHRISTIAN & MISSIONARY .FIRST CIU'RCII OF CHRIST Hindi; OF JESUS CHRIST RIFLE RANGE CHURCH Council

Rev. R. W. Waterman. Pastor L. Knight Jr. Baptist ALLIANCE aiURCII SCIENTIST; OF LATTER DAY SAINTS OF GOD 7:30 p.m.-Each Wed. October,

10:00: a.m.-Sun. School James School NW Rev G. Blair McGarvey Ave. L, Near Sixth St., NW (Mormon Rev. J. G. Williams, raster June Mid-wk Chapel Service
Stub Street
11:00: a.m.-Preaching 9.45: I.m.-Sun. I 1800 Jr. 8.S. 11:00: a.m.-Sun. School pupilsup 1ISI Ida Street SE
Supt.
Union. 10:45: a.m.-Morning Worship Rev. Ormood Wolfrem, Pastor W. Fred Schopke 10:00: a.m.-Sun. School IIOPE PRESBYTERIAN
p.m.-Tr.lnln
6:13: 1:45: m.-Sun.. School10:45..m.Mornir.1 to 20 ;ears of age Elder James E. Klsg. Bishop 11:00 .
Training Union : a m.-Morning Worship Cypress Gardens Readat
Preaching Service 1:45: p.m.- School
9:45 .m.-Sun.
7:30 m.-
: p I : 11:00: .m.-Church Services
7:45 p.m.-Evenlna Worship : Worship 1:30: a.m.-Priesthood 7:00: p.m.-Evening Worship Lake Ins
FIRST-OF ELOISE Wed.: : 11:00: a.m.-Morning Worship 1:30: p.m.Youth Groups 8:00 p.m.-Wed., Testimony 1:30: m.-Tues.. Relief Society 7:30: p.m.-Tuu.praer Meet. Rev. William II, Downey Pastor

Rev. Walter E. Matheny, 7:30: p.m.-Prayer ServiceIIAVENDAIE 145\ p m.-Training Union 6.30: p.m.-Adult Bible Study MeetingThe 10:00: a.m.-Sun. School 7:30: pm.-Fri., Young Peo 9-45: a.m.-Sun. Church School
Pastor 1:00: p.m.-Evening Service 7:30: m.-EvangelisUc Serv. Reading Room Is located 1:00: p.m.-Sacrament MeetingNo ple's Service 11:00: am.-Morning Worship
11:00 a.m.-Morning Worship 1:00: p.m.-Wed. Prayer Wed.: at Ave. Bind 2nd St., NW. evening meeting first Sun. 5:30: p.m.-Junior, Senior High
Union P. Jensen, Pastor 7:30 Hour of Power of each JEHOVAH'S WITNESSES
6:30 p.m.-Tr.lnlna Rev. Douglas Meeting : p m.- CHURCH OF GOD month. Youth groups
7:45: p.m.-Evening Evanije 10.00 a.m.-Sun. School prayer Wed.: KINGDOM HALL 3:15: p.m.-Mon., Girl Scout
Avenue E 7th Street SW
lisle 11:00: a.m.-Worship Service RIFLE RANGE 7:30: p.m.-MI.A. nil lath Street W Troup No. S3
10:00: a.m.-Sun. School Service 7.00: p. .-Training Union CATHOLIC Rev. Melvin A. Clfford Thurs.: 1:00: p.m.-Sun., Public talks 6.45: p.m.-Second Tues., Men's
Wed.: 7:30: p.m.-Evening Worship (IndepesdentlR ST. JOSEPH 10:00: .m.-8un. School 9:30 a.m.-Primarlea, Children 7:15: m.-Sun., "Watchtower" Dinner
Bible Study Meet. Dale Simpson, Pastor The Rev. Matthew J. Connolly 11:00: a.m.Morning Worship
7:45: p.m.-Prayer, 1:30: p.m.-Wed.-rrayer 1:00: p.m.Tues, "Your Will Be 7:00: a.m.-'Ved.-Men's Break-
10 00 a.m.-Sun. School Pastor 7:00: p. .-Evangelistic Serv. TEMPLE EMANUEL
FIRST OF LAKE ALFRED: HKST-OK WINTER IUVEN 11:00: a m.-Mormng Worship Avenue M and Mb, NW Wed.: LAKELANDS. Done on Earth" Study 8 00 fut
m.-Wed.
7:10 : Choir Rehearsal
Pastor : m.Thurs. Ministry
O. Charles Horton, Rev. Albert CarneU Pastor : 7.30 m.-Evening Worship Sun. Masses-7:30: : 9:00, 11:00: 7:30: p.m.-Young People's Lake Hollugswvrth Dr. School

1:45: a.m. Sun.Morning School.Worship 8':SO a.m.-Morning Worship Wed: Holy Day Masses-7.00: : 9 a.m. ServiceSat. Irwin Cutler, Rabbi I 1:30: p.m.-Thurs., Serv. Meet. 7:00: p.m.-Thurs. Boy Scout
11:00: a.m.- 49 a.m.-Sun. School 1:30: p.m.-Prayer Meeting 7:00: p.m.First .: 10:00: a m.-Sun. School Troop No. 565
6:13 .mTr.lnln Union. 11:00: a.m.-Morning Worship. I Fr. Masses-7:00 a m. 7:30 p.m.-Prayer Meeting Fri. 8.00 p.m.-Evening Serv. GRACE LUTHERAN
7:30 p.m._Evening Worship. 6,43: p.m Training talon FIRST CHRISTIAN Weekday Masses-7: ..m. Sat 10.00 a.m.-Morning Serv. 4th sad Averse C, SE THE SALVATION ARTY
Wed: (Disciples of Christ WEST WINTER IHVEN34tb nd St. and Ave. T, NW
1:00: p.m.-Ev ling Worship Confessions.-Sat: : Eve of Holy Rev, Asuiii Beraihal Pastor
7:43 p.m Bible Study, Prayer. Wed: Rev. James N. Barnett, Pastor Day: 4.00 to 00-7.30: : to 1:30: Street, NWA. 1:15: a.m.-Sun. School Captain W, Whittle

FIRST-OF INWOOD 1:30: p.m.-Mid-week Prayer I 1:30: m.-Bible School J. Duoeaa, Pastor I.IS: m.-Adult Bible Class Officer U Charge
LARK ST. PAIL'S EPISCOPAL 1:45: a.m.-Sun. School
EAGLE
E.m-Morning Worship School.
10:45 10.00 Sun.
Rev. J. W. Campbell, Pastor : a m.- 10:30 m.-Serviee of Worship
.m.-5uD. School SOUTH SIDE Nursery CHURCH OF CHRIST 11:00: m.-Morning Worship Tth Street and Ave. L. N.W. HOLY COMMUNION 11:00: a.m.-Morning Worship

11:00 9-43: a.m.-Morning Worship R. II. :Malcolm, Pintertmrswy 10:45: m.-Junior Church (for L. B. Qlat bI. Minister 7:00: p.m.-Evening Evangelistic Rev. C. N. Stnrrup Rector First Sun. Each Month 6:45 p.m.-Young Peoples Legion .

1:45 Training Union Cowdea. S.S. Supt. ages 4 through 7)) 10:00: a m.-Bible Study Rev J. O. Drawdy, Assistant TELEVISION"THIS
1:00:: p.m.p.m.-Evening Worship 1:41: a.m.-Sun. Bible School 5.45 p.m.-Youtli Choir Prac. 11:00: m.-Preschlng, Worship Tues.: THE THIRD SUNDAY IS TIlE LIFE" 7:30 p.m.-Evening Worship

Wed 11:00: a m.Morning Preaching 6-43: p.-Christian Youth p.m-Preaching: 7:30: m.-Prayer Meeting AFTER TRINITY I JO a.m.-Channel 6 Tues:
class for all Senior) ;: Thurs. 7 30 .-Holy Eucharist 4:00: p.m.-Sunbeams
7:30 p.m.-Mld-Week Prayer 7:00: p -Study Fellowship ( : : a 11:00: a.m.-Channel S
ages Prayer meeting groups Chi Rho Fellowship (Intermed.) 7:30: p -Bible Study 7:30: m.-Young People's Endeavor 9 30 a m Morning Prayerand RADIO BROADCASTS 7:30: p.m.-Ladies Home

FIRST-OF WAIINETA for men and women 7:43 p.-Evening Worship Sermon 10:5: a.m.-Grace Sun. Sermon League
Rifle Range Road Evening Evangelist : Wed. 41111 ST. BAPTIST MISSION WEEKDAY: SERVICES Wed.:
1:00: p m- : Wl.VT ((1360 ke: )
Rev. F. R. Rlgbtmlre Serv Broadcast WsiR 9:30 a.m.-Ladies Bible Class I' Rev. II. T, Ward Pastor ELOISE Wednesday. II.i. am.-The Lutheran (Hour 7:30 p.m.-Girl Guards
Service 9.43 a.m.-Sun. School Rev. W. E. Wright 7:43: p.m.-Pr.yer Meeting
9-43: a.m.-Sun. 1.00 p.m.-V.'ed.. Prayer MeetIng Chapel' 7'30 a.m -HoI, Eucharist WGTO (S40 kc)
Morning Message Study :t Seventh St. SW 11.00 -Preaching Services l II 00 a.m.-Sun. School i Fri.:
11:00: a.m.- Bible Friday: 1:30 p.m.-The Lutheran Hour
p.m.Trllnlng Union CENTRAL CIIRISTUN 7.00 pm.-Training Unior 11:00: m.-Morning Worship 4:00: p.m.-Junior Choir
1:00 9'30 Eucharist WSIR ke
: a -Holy (1490 : )
_Evening Sermon JAN.PIIYL I 5:oo pm.-Evening Worship 7 00 p.m.-Evening Worship 7:00: p.m.-Boy Scouts
7:30: p.m. (Independent) 10:30: a.m.-Portals of Prayer
L B. Omstreet. Pastor Wed. Wed
Wed.: t 0t Lake Blue Dr. NW I (daily WGTO MO kc) SEVENTH Y ADVENTIST
7:30: m.-Mid-week prayer Corner of Becker lIIaba sad Off llaveadale Blvd. 145 p.m.-Prayer Service 7:30: m.-Prayer Service I 41 Ave. K. SE

service, Inspiration llatfleld Road Delmar D. Debaill. Ulster Wed.-: Frl: .' IMMtMEL: LlTIlERlNIMS ABIDING SAVIOR UTHERVNtailed Ceerge N. WUsM
Baptist alrtCerur 1:45: a m.-Sun. School 9:30 m.-Bible School 7.30 p.-Bible Study 7:30: m.Young People's Meet 34th St., NW, la laweod I < Uttoraa Church) Sat.:
Central 11 00 .m.-.Iomin Worship Rev Richard C. Keekoe, Pastor"FAMI'.Y
A NW 10:45 s.mMorning Worship 9:45 a.m.-Sabbath School
Ave. nitten
Sloth 8t. (' 34TII STREET CHURCH OF CENTRAL "enswranr LcatloatSM
Training i
I 15 p m mon WORSHIP"
11 00 Service
Endeavor -Worship
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IIdePastor 1:30: m.-Christian CHRIST OF CHRISTB. Hoeadale Blvd.
Rev. R. D. I 7.30 p.III.-tvenin Worship 9 3v a m.-Sun. School, Adult
10:00: a.m.-Sun. School 7:30 p.m.-Evening Service Located between Ave J 4 K J. nea",,,. Minister Bible Study ;. I:00 a.m.-Sun. School Sun Television:
: .. .-Morning Worship BAPTIST Wed.: NW haves woo m.-Bible Study 10:30: m.-Dirme WorshipThe 12:00: noon-Channel 9 Faith
11:00: PARKLAND 34th St. Water IONS: a m.-Sun. Divine Service
: p.m.pre.aervlte prayer 7:30: p m-Mid week service Service Rev Charles DftkM. for TodaySun.
1:30: IHO Eighth: Street. SE Bryce B. Conley, Minister 11:00: m.-Worstap .
T-JO m.Evangelist preaching Rev. Gene Ilitckcock. Pastor Wed.:Choir rehearsal !Sue. 6:30 i.m.-Evening Worship NONDENOMINATIONALDRIVEL'S Pastor CY 1S44JCHVRCII Radio:
. Juniors 9:30 m.-WSUN (120)The:!
Prayer meeting ':45 p m SERVICES
1:00: p.m.-Wed. '.45 m.-Sun. School M:00 a -Bible Study Wed.:
Bible studyLAKC 11:00: a.m.-Morning Worship 8.13: p.-Seniors 11.00 a -Worship Service 7'30 p.m.-Bible Study Sp.awnd ay FIRST OF aiCRCTIMMIM NAZARENE: Toes Voice: of Prophecy.

ALFRED 6:43: .m.-Training I'mon 6:00 m.-Evening Worship
p p
: LAKELAND UNITY PRIMITIVE BAPTIST Methodist Men's Club at Out M. Wright 7'30 p.m.-Prayer Meeting
ASSEMBLY OF GOD 8.oo pm.-Wewhip CHRIST CIIUR(1i"arch Wed door Drive-In Theater Haven- ..43 m.-Sun. School Seventh-day Adventist Church
Drive sad
Blue
North Lake
Wed.. T 10Mid Week Service
W. Babes Blvd. Dale Blvd e Sun. 1:30: a m.Rain .
473 ery it 50 am-Worship BAPTIST TEMPLE:, DUNDEE
Pastor 7:30: ",Prayer r rhino "f ra0 "PII'V..rd"wiU A'*. Z, NW
H. W. Killlaisworth School pili >". .,tee Lob..I> -51NI14R1INU111'EKS.ILIST Elder W. C. Chandler or shine II p.n .-Adult Bible Study Jack Thomas, Passer
10:00: .m.-sun. Worship METHODS I Sunday Devotional n a m. FELLOWSHIP 10 00 a.-Bible Study LAKE ALFREDPRESBYTERIAN I.It p.m.-Ye.a, Peoph's 1*:00 a m.-Sua. School
11:00: a.m.-Morning Ambassadors ELCISK-1RI STREET Tuesday Music Club I Lakelaad 11:00: p.m.-Preaching Service ( Up.m.-Juater Society 11'00 m.Monting Worship

'jO: ro.-Chrlst_Evening Service Rev. Paul D. S.'ishrr 421 E Park at Success I. 3140 Troy Ave S. of Glendale 7:00 p.m.-Preaching Service Rev David E. Dtetiel. Pastor 7 00 p.m.-Serv. of Evangelism 7 00 e....-Evening Worship
7:30 p.m. I 10:00: a m -Church SI ', .1 I Sunday School: U a m. 10.00 a m Morning 1 Worship Wed.: 9:43 m.-Sua. School I 1 30 p.m.-Wad.. )id-'Teek Wed.:
Wed: Meeting 11.00: ra.-Morning Worship Service T.30 ...-MJd-We k PrayerCBtJaca
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Irday June I I1 1964 HAVEN DAILY_. NEWS-CHIEfr-WINTER HAVEN, FlORIDA Page Nine


Rogers Leads TODAY AND YESTERDAY By Alan MoverVFW
All-Star And Mantle Homer
'' I Maris
Chevy '
: Buick OpenBy IIIII'III!'' ""lilll'l',

-"M0XH4tc I
OMAR FRUEY j; ,
UPI !Sports Writer n4 CMrGwAr >'' PIIPS,

Center Contest: -GRAND Red-haired BLANC Phil ,Rodgers Mich (UPI, who) ,4'd4T/ 4t?,T Yankees Past Boston 8-4

4bR 6IA6'$ -
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always figures his tint roundis
OEPd7' k1R.Tlf By FRED DOWN ninth and luth of t h <' tenon eighth Wilhelm walked leadoff
his worst made it the best
A4t FACIP,7gf5 IP Snorts Writer and Mart loth 10) lead a 13 man Luis Aparielo Sam Bow
Rated A al he carried a one-shot lead
: TossupBy into the second round of the orJNRO5 Manager Yogi Borra and the hit barrage that produced an sins sacrificed and. Norm bio
New York YuUtMi will be satisfied M victory over the Boston Red bern filed out but then Brooke
Buick Open golf championshiptoday. ) a' AAr this year It MAM stands Sox Robinson homorod Into the center .

BOB HAMIANDSporti and Scott Reddick Minute (_ Wn n6AA6E5. for minute MM*. The slugging enabled Jim' field hull,.. at ('hirst! sComlikey
Parlaying lessons from Jack _,.d
Editor Maid. Mickey Mantle tad Roger Bouton to roast to h i I. fourthwin Park to ''i' c Milt
Outfielders: Jerry Ivoy. Niekiaus and Gene Littler into : '!P Mini meant Murder Inc. of the year although he allowed Pappus his fifth win and tag:
Chevrolet Center, pacesetter Tampa Wholesale; Johnny 'new confidence and poise" when they hit US home nine hits, including" horn Wllhvlm with hit aecono loss
In the Winter Haven Recreation Jones, Minute Maid; PaulA the 26-year-old Californian run between torn in 1M1 ers by Eddie Bressoud and Felix Earl Battoy drove in three
Softball League will k, Waverly Harold Re whacked out a five under par They won't com close. to that Mantilla runs with a .... and a two.
;
face their biggest' test of the beck! Wrights 33-34-67 in the first round over total this year but they daubed The Baltimore Oriolos gave run homer as tile Twins dealt

season tonight at Mercury Pitchers Billy Moore City long and rugged Warwick Hills their home run power Thurs. the Yankees a ,helping hand by Ed Rakow his fifth loss Dick
Field when they square off Employees Junior Davis and Country Club day night! awl not a minute ending the White !oK' tour Stigman yielded three hits;. In
against a rec loop All-Star ; Harry That gave him a one-stroke /P61-J54411 lfElIOwAF72eR late as far at the Yankee are \name winning streak, 31, the eluding homers I by Bill Freehan
Jerry Holland Waverly
unit. ; edge over Mason Rudolph of 4 4Nirn'c1 concerned becaw tonight! Minnesota Twins beat the De and Don Demeter' in eight innings .
Reese Tampa Wholesale. Clarksville, Tenn.. who shot a ; ( G 1'GY'ZRFArfh7ntc thf'y're opening five game roil I Tigers! 4.2. amt the Loa and then! Garland Shifflcttlocked
Erecting along with t ..1 Managers for the all stars 33.3S-68, and two shots over series with the Chicago, White Angeles Angela scored a 3-4, up the win in the
season record, the Chevy boys will be Jack Mi this of Wrights Tony Lema, winner of the $20.. Sox that could have an !import 12 inning triumph over the ninth.
have thundered past all comers assisted by Dick Roland of 000 top prize in last week ,ml effect on the American Cleveland Indiana In other Lou Clinton delivered a aarrl

but one and they seem Minute Maid, Thunderbird who sought back. > League rate American League gamea flee fly with the bases filled in
headed toward a berth in the For the Center manager to.back victories with a comeback EYUBul ntstE e This it a aerie in which! the In the National League, Mil the 11th inning, enabling relief
sub-district playoffs and possibly Leon Rowe said his starters 37.32-69. If he can do it, SjEAaq Sot. l1-r Yankees hope to cut into that wnuker nipped San Francisco. pitcher Ken McBrkfo to snap a
a spot in the state tourna- will include catcher Muddy it will be the first such repeat RfnzWO a'7 five name White Sox' trail 6 5. Houston! downed Cincinnati 10 game losing streak and win
ment to be held here In Win- Waters. pitcher Mayo Karppe, since Niekiaus turned the trick 7A'REf Of Nei ; and make their first real pen s 3. Chicago walloped New his first fame since opening,
ter Haven first baseman Maine Waters, two years ago r i f r.mt move under their rookie York, 63 and UM Angeles day. Dean Chance extended bra
But tonight, the other clubs second baseman Roger Chap- Niekiaus wasn't here And 96 N'N1rArl manager blanked SI Units, 5-A. tiring of shutout Innings to a
send their best players into man, third baseman Pete Pu- neither was Arnold Palmer dGA1K/1Kf, The Yankee minute men an The Orioles halted their Loa Angeles club record of 21
battle against the Center. And. blew, shortstop Al Bryant, left They were at Congressional I Nnow sEAfal' R vtmd" YOgl'l call t" trim three game skid when they until\ the Indians scared( two
as could be expected, they Intend fielder Jynn Blackmon center Country Club In Washington, Art5fs S. with three homers Mantles caufcht, relief. ace Hoy Wilhelmnn runs In the sixth and then left
to get even! Even so, the fielder Buddy Rogers, and sneering at the $8,000 first prize a rare off. day Taking Dick !llowwr'i two run single
contest it rated a tossup rightfielder Buddy Martin. in favor of practice over the ; il. over from Fred Talbot with the tied the score at 4.4. Joe Ad.
Here is the All-Star team Utility men are! Johnny course where the coveted U.S. R RpMn.w Its ) soir? (ltd at 11 going Into the cork homered for the Angels
Open will be played next week yin j.
selected by club managers: Johnson, Tommy Leach, and : .
Infielders: Calvin Pittman Joe Dobbs Starting pitcher in However, the 7,280 yard War. y aa. r M. 4t& : I I eaWt:
wick Hills Golf Club
the second will Bud- course
and Lamar Pittman Wrights'Ice game by
; Linus! Bridges and Brow- dy Denton, which is the site of the Buick By I'nlted Press International Trust Services For You
ard Worley, City Employees: The first game will start at Open was the longest the pros American LeagueW

Jim Hicks, Tampa Wholesale; 7:30: the nightcap beginning at have tackled all year It's even Little I.. Pct, GR
longer than Leaguers Topple
Wes Starling, Tommy Rad- 9 p.m. Mercury field located Congressional so Chicago 31 15174
considered
this
ford and Bob Cason. Sun next to the high school practice was a fitting Baltimore 32 19 627 I1.
State Homes; and Bill Melton field. competitive tuneup Nework' 27 21 M3 5
Which couldn't have been Optimist For National LeadBy Minnesota 29 25 537 6
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very encouraging to long suffer Cleveland 26 24 S20 7
Ing Sam Snead. The Slammer Boston 27 27 500) S
has finished second in the \7
Positive DoesIt Open
Thinking four times and if this Is an in. BILL WATSON 12.5 victory over still winless Washington 35 32 4J9: 111*
Staff Writer KlwanlsDelki Detroit 28 29 431 11*
dication of his
Open hopes theyarent !
rallied for four runs Los Angeles 24 33 .421 1MKsnsas
very bright because he Two runs scored on Larry ,
City 17 35 tIT: 17
In the first Inning and then
carded a first round 38.37-75. Walker line drive double to Thursday's Results
lema LearnedRYE the Ice In
Tony put game on an
centerfield In the bottom of
eight run third Inning out Minnesota 4 Detroit 2
Drysdale Wins the fifth inning, and then burst Baltimore 3 Chicago I

Walker raced home to score Frank Tlllta was the winning New York I Boston 4. twilight
N. Y. (UPI) This has to be a little fey. As Three Cards himself as the ball was bobbled pitcher as he went the Los Angeles S Cleveland 4, 12 ;

was the night the Masters end "Look at these machines in the outfield to give distance and struck out right Innings, night l
ed and Tony Lema, disconsolate he said pulling a quarter from Madden UmpsBy VFW. a thrilling 31 decl. batters (Only games scheduled)
at his showing, went with his pocket. "You can't beat ion over Optimist in the nightcap The annual all star
game haturilay's GamesLoa
.FRED DOWN at the little league field
friends to a private club them. Right?" will be
played tomorrow night
Angeles at Detroit
CPI Writer
"I just didn't feel right for Lema nodded slowly. Sports lint night the field beginning
at Little league
Kansas
City at Cleveland
How times change'It !
the
some reason, said the tall ex "Watch this said Corcoran The victory gave
,
at 7::30. The final two Minnesota at
used to be Don Waihlngtnn
J
Drysdab'who of being
V.F.W the distinction
Marine in low 1
a voice mentally summoned at the lep- to be named to the
blew his top but now it's the only team in cither players Chicago/ at New' York MRS JONES
didn't have any charge In me rechauns in the world to his turn Included Larry Walker Biltimort
at Boston
and I felt like an imposter aid the big Los Angeles Dodger league to hold an unbeaten and Jimmy Anderson of the My kusband uU The Amrlci N.II..I! !
when I walked on the tee." lie dropped the quarter in pitcher rivals who are doing! record V.F.W leads the National VFW i'i lank sew hit tk. r.iMM.k.llty;. .' l /t llM
it. League with, a 4-0 mark . SK.-U till hue 11"e will 4ails
It brewed a storm Inside his the slot and believe ear lit Kit
you can The National League aland National League
At least that was the caseThursday but has played to one tie the WILL Ur .r.b.l., .utmkl.. she ;
manager, Freddie Corcoran it, the wheels spun and the night when Drysdale Walker hit scored Gregg Inns, VFW 40; Robert' WIPcI.GB ....... mesa.a sad MfMvi'4 *k. ittctttk i I
the man who "made". the PGA three tiers dropped Into a pitched a 5.0 four hitter dur Anderson and Donnie mill, 42; Optimist and Villa, each Philadelphia 2V, 20 m ,.* f., .r .j..1 01.;.. ...In.' /M esle/.
circuit a big time money triple jackpot. ing which three members of the 32 American National, 33; San Francisco 31 u .&116 end "'.., .r tcknitil; .*..1....
both of whom had reached
wheel and who all his life has Lemi's eyes bulged, St Louis Cardinals were ejected bane on fielder's choice first Federal, 1.2; IVIk. 1-4; Cincinnati M 241M2'"
gone for the fighting breed. "Positive thinking," he said Kiwanis, 0.4. I 04..h..
Big D maintained tils com Willis and Walker combined Pittsburgh 28 IS SHI! :1 CD 1C
Acidly, Corcoran waved Lema unconcernedly "Now Tony let posuie throughout two separate on the mound to give V.F.W. Today's American League St. Louis 2/ 27 509 4
Into a little back room where me tell you, that all you arguments to score his eighth the win as they allowed only action will Include. Wholesale Milwaukee 27 27 500 4H .
there were quarter and ,dollar need. victory of the lemon a n d increase three hits and struck out 10. DIIIMI'T.'S.. Tampa Electricon Chicago/ 28 26 4'K! 5 t lilt I1IINILTAMIIT" IANKIIIVA.TIOIVAJL
slot machines Before the night was over, on his major league l<>.ding five by each pitcher Rotary no I and the Elks Lot Angeles 26 2R 481 5HHouM
"Look. Tony," he told the those unbeatable Iron bandits, strikeout total to 90. Wayne Berry was pitching vs the Moose on Rotary no, "n 26 30 4A4\ 6H
easy going Lema, "you got Corcoran and Lema had 2 at 5 Tonight, at the
a Outfielder Carl Warwick and no-hit shutout for the Opti- p.m New York 18 31 387 14
a
the wrong slant on things I whole table top stacked with Ernie Broglio were tossed out mist through the first four little league field Beanley Inauranee Thursday's Kriulli
want to tell you right now that silver dollars. of the game hy umpire Bill Innings but had to be removedIn will play Polk Tractor Milwaukee 6 Sin FraneUco I [ rirJ
the only thing you lack to become Now it was Sunday as theycame Jackowski when they argued the fifth because of a terh at 7 p m and the Jaycees Houston 5 Cincinnati 3, night
a great golfer is the pow down the stretch in the will meet Town 'N' Country
that an inning ending ground. nicality In the rule honk which Lou Am 5 St. Louis 0, night/
er of positive thinking" Thunderhird gold C I a I s i c at er by Tim McCarver In the says no pitcher may pitch In It S:IS. (Only garnet nchmiutrdtSalsrday's

Corcoran is an Irishman who Westchester Country Club. third had struck foul at the more than five innings per Games A.l\.BIUCA.N
-- Lema had started the final 'MI
plate and Julian Javier was
1 weeji Berry pitched In one Milwaukee at San rranclato
III round with a three stroke leadin shown the exit In the fourth Inning: earlier In the week College Teams 1'IUiburgh it Chicago/ 9AXVICSSMtMMt
the race for the $20.000 top when he threw his bat into the against First Federal St IXMJU. at lot Angeles
Challis Marshall prize air by way of objecting to a The lone Optimist run scoredIn Baltic Weather Cincinnati at \llmt.ton ae.osw same KAStit
There was MOOO riding on third strike call by umpire the top of the fourth when New .
f.r .11' y.ur second Ed In NCAA Ball
STArr 1A5R every shot because Vargo Billy Joe Tatfiih Keffer, w
...
AUTO place was worth "only" 12000. who had singled attemptedto .
LIFEa... And big Mike Souchak, playing Plumbers steal third and raced home OMAHA, Neb UIF'I/ ) .'our"Innf'rs' r--.A.------
& FIRE with Lema, was running at tall Play when the throw from the bracket teams. w..r.Iltl'd .
I In.ur.nco Tony Mike eagled the 12th catcher went over the L.'tlrdbUf'man' with a continuing weather
I"SURANCI Miami Nine
Top battle here today hoping to
Needs and then on the 14th hole Sou head and Into left'
chak canned a birdie as Tony compute the rim delayed I
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251 Magnolia Ave., S.W. took a double bogey Daniels Plumbing of Winter held.Robert's plumbing moved second round, it the NCAA national V
Haven will go against St
baseball tournament
A.rti tram tucking link and now big Mike was a shot Sophia Church of Mis ml In an Into second. place In the .5,)
Phon. 294.4256 In front with only four holes togo exhibition doubleheader tomorrow league on a 144 shellackingof Minnesota Is scheduled to

night at Mercury Field First Federal at Rotaryno play Maine and Missouri meett
near the high school 1 esterday Southern California Missouri' | rICr
For BUILDING MATERIALS Call CY 3-3 139 The first game will beginat The Plumbers rallied for i It the tournament favorite tM I
7:30: the nightcap at > p.m. six runs In both the first and year and Southern Sal the de v
St. Sophia Is presently. lead second Innings and added lending champion. V
$ Ing all Miami units with a single tallies In the third and
I k1 .
Forecaster prnli. led a dry
14-1 season record. fourth Ipnlngs to gain the victory
Slated to pitch for the behind the one hit pitchIng dftvriHMin although occasional
I lwl"a"9t Plumbers Is Carroll Lasseter of Larry Poatell shower were lure. ml fur tht

Bagwell Building Supply Hood and Marvin Simmons The only time poatell was morning I

In trouble during the game "HA. ...n. UAID troNiorWRESTLING
I was In the third Inning when
I all four First Federal runs

INTRODUCING . scored on s base hit, an. error .
and two walks Sat. Nlte 8 P.M.
Clu
Billy Vision blasted three
taffies in as many trip. to LAKELAND ARMORY d
trendin
the the plate and Mike Curies

smirked a triple to spark the 4 MatchesTOLAS CL
attack
Gulf front whmer'i M fa run outbursts In the

third awl fourth Innings+ csrrM ,
Vina Lumber to a 13-4 ..

posting of the American Nattaal .
Living Bank .r
MB Lawless! Mt a triple and JOHN AND CHI'S
and The c-- W_.'" C...
a stogie wlnmng pitcher

DRIVEANNA Bob loaded Revels double slammed for the a bases Lorn THI 110s. .*1 of our Crt.II.. .rti,..

5400 GULF Cfcofl. ... l T.
berjaeklBelkLindsey fl < "h a chance to d.io.! your
won Its first TAG TEAM MATCH
,aIM of the season. last night : heal sd..ftii!"9 pt r.ce. Lat us

MARIA ISLAND In the night opener with aNEW If HeweIIee SAM kelp work this out.PHONI .

SUA"IO"T
... threa.e ,

Condominium ownerthip MillPAIDOUtll

M--. ;
055 4-J22t'
0".. and two-bedroom apartments
MIDGET

o Fine pool WRESTLERS'

105D.o- lull
o Low m.iet.n.nc..nd good tmanctig unn"ool .U..U
or USED
TMI It HIAtrrWIIOMTCMAMP1OM
Ono b4ock to shopping .*J med'rtalctnters rrnwimst CALCUUTOIIAOOINft 1 I 0

yacht club and marina CASH IMVimiSOuniCATIN MACHINIf D.., HODGES
MACHINIS n -

o Furnished models open daily U'.*<* i. l"'.iUt* *. <* ..r TNt' Ripper' LEONE
Offw. SALES I SIIVICIowci
suiHrruii Tar r... -r.- El Gorrfo

VISIT OR CONTACT tum.uiWe ..... _

DEVELOPMENT CORP. STANDAID WRESTLINGLAKELAND
LARCHMONT OFFICE EQUIPMENT PRINTERSWINTER

III TIM a>m/. ...W.et ARMORY
I P. O. lOX 1IS2. HOLMES EACH FLA.
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(I.)!_ Announcements I ((2)) Help Wanted \ ((7)) To Buy or Trade : : ((10)) Articles For Sale ((12)) For Rent, Furn.. ((12)) For Rent, Fwrn.



Handbagsin WAITRESS WANTED Apply In WE: BUY usul appliances and fur NIbU. TIRfc ROOMS :::Vwnlown Con."Dloni Winter, Hav' n. Fin"tIc nr b>-1-
*""r.'frIY&. Blur Bled Orlve-In I nlturr and w<> sell used appllanc ->l i'm-'lAl. I'Rl< bS on all olive 1ft'' NIce $7110 ....ek CY .15e8 2O-TF room sit condulUn.od all el"ctr '
lAb M'TF a. and furniture Brook ApplImorsoa CHECK BELOW FOR THE BEST lickBI.AYIK -- --- - -- Imperial Aiiartmcnt. 6M A""U111i!

Furniture. :atl Havendal Blvd. (UI.F. bERVICa: 511 Ave J. 8E :l- ..droom urnl.hMl SE 353-5357
WAITRESS WANTED Moot b* S-TF <3000 nth 8l. NW house Conv.ntr'nl to cchoul and
and attractive* La Alfred
neat ,
itr w or leather I Restaurant In Like Alfred FRairn MONEY: -- PRIVATE BUYER LOCAL -- Io-Tr I hopping center Reasonable to T123BEDROOM reliable For Sale Rent
10-13 Will pay tilgheit cash atom for your I SERVICESAVE II SPECIAL family ((12.A) or

old (old' gold teeth, diamonds, Cued Frtaldalre and Croaley BnelY -! hoiue on Mh Bt In
EXPERIENCED: : female juju. clerk jewelry aUrllng sliver. old coin I tidor ., .al mach. Eloise IU.SO weekly. Also I.bedroom .
for Gift Department. Apply toPetr I and .*tate.. WESTERN AUTO A5SDC.: STORE: I weekly CY
white . bone : house to.OO BUY AS YOU RENT
Rabbin$ Yllis's .
VIUiMieSuutheaat 2 8J N MONEY SAVE TIME ( 8-4813, .... 1117
i Plaaa. Winter Haven :lll-J ulle 3DCANOK8 I : ___ 11.141

and other colon .m.' all HAVE hot water every day with BFF1CIBNCY apartment air eon 3 BEDROOM HOMES FOR
needed by Boy Scout HOT POINT flaasllned water .heater dittoed TV. Near North Oat
Troop. In repairable condition I CALL TODAY No money down ELLSWORTHAPPLIANCES and .beach Orbit M'>>I.I. MO SIB RENT OR LEASE option or

HOUSEKEEPER WANTEDroom rle... notify Eddie Wilson . IMS 9l. NW. CY ..,.. -lT tale . CAREFREE COVE
29Hh. 10-12 .
and board furnished plus - --- -
JvJtgMA AIL NEW: complete t room of I FURNISHED: 8 room houae 11000 . Just north of City Limits
$10.00 salary per week. White fine furniture Floor aampl or per week and electric furn........ . 5 minutes to shopping Perfect -
woman around 40 years old ((8)) Automotive SWIMMING POOLS AUTO SERVICE cloaraut Including wed electric C-! 13.16
COTTAGE SHOP single CaU CY 3.5483. refrigerator. range SAVE '0* ... __ ____ family location See them
1 | M45 Cash or It 50 per week:
WO Cypress Gardens Road 503 Ave. 0. N.E. I WAREHOUSE FURNITURE: 1 bedroom unfurnished house today .
-14 1964 Pontiac SWIMMING POOL CONBTRLC -IJOIJGB-: SALES SI SOb 8t, NW T11 1M1 latll St. NW $11800 mo
Open 9 A.M til 7 P.M. Tempest TION and REPAIR. Financing Authorised Factory Service OaChrystler 1--- ___ CALL 294-4254
: available . W. R Helm, General . *Plymouth vLancerValiant 10 cu. ft cheat type. freeaer H9 00 2 bedroom furnlahed \V Mar
FORMER MARINES, receive Station WagonVery Building Contractor Call ELLSWORTH. APPLIANCES, 30irj lowe Dr.. SB. tN, 00 mo 21.TF

E---i SpecialCreme four ((4) days pay each month Clean CY2-6876_ _. __ __27-Jun. _27 Ut FLOYD Sixth St ROBERTS. SW MOTORS 33-41U1: __Bl._. NW 2M-1MO 11-14 I bedroom unfuralahad house 117

for one week-end drill Regular Permanent I of concrete 17-June 17 CLOBBOUTS Sofa7AChalra I atop 3rd, Jan.Phyl $50 00 moAUwrton .
00 credits toward retirement Owner and eieel uf':7.m:: :: bl. fnlsh; lablea. 1 coffee. table, 7 PC dinette 1 FOR SALE OR. RENT I Bedroom
plus Rent $70
unfurnished home
no painting never need water 1-4c. bedroom aulte, box Fe Hy-44J W. Tentral
Cold Wave the added earning power of two CY 3-1331 change, 14 Year In county print mattreai' lamps etc Ave. CY 3284.. per month Low down payment
Call anytime CY 37S86CYPRBSa SAVE lOt tm M or 13.00 . 4 take over payment 108 Ralph
week summer in Califor. UPHOLSTERING per
camp : Auburndale' 23-4910 mornings
(complete) 1114 POOLS I week Warehouse Furniture Co. S3fthjlt 3TF2BEDROOM. SI.
-PLUS- nla in Auguit Call 836-1911, -- S-July a .. NW. 113 before 12 and after 6.30 pm.I2-TF

Tampa, for detail SPEEDOMETER Complete service -and Tachometer new cable FINE UPHOLSTK&INO EX. I No Money; Dow'--; ;;;; any HOTPOINT i,referred. furnlahed, will accept houae Couple one

Mri. Carlton June SO L A .1 BoryIc.. 180 0th St., SW.CT : MOVING STORAGETHREE PERT RCF1N18IUNO Complete. food freeaer atEU4TWORTH child Lake A-rr:4: ITS 00 permonth. 2-BEDROOM houac. good condition
:&61. 1.TI' fabric selection. WOLFE UPHOLSTFRY APPLIANCES MO3rd 2830 Lake Rd. 1114 oil 1 heater, screened porch. (7600

Pick.Up Facial With Mask EXPERIENCED Curb fJIrls. Apply -- - SHOP. 214 Avenue A, Bt. NW 13-15: COTTAGES Utllltle fumiihed 629 Ave 8, NW 13-18
Sfc .
CY :lI1o
(.00 am.'500; p.m. Teddy Bear 1900 VALIANT. V.200. 4-door. A T, Day Night Hibiscus Lefuitrum. Punk and 11600 a week Woody Swap Shop

ALL Restaurant_ 12-15 Radio Heater On. owner low IVORY BROTHERS :22-Jun 21 other Deem . 3Uc:.We. Croton. Highway >2. FR 3.1437. 12-18
FOB $8.95CARLTON mlleax Excellent condition Call MOVING COMPANY Oerber Daisies. White Durantha 36c ((12-C) Mortgage LoansMortgage
2 4-4JW or 293-6841 32-TF: Agonta ALLIED. VAN LINES . Dwarf KOMI aOc 2-BEDROOM furalihed apartmenton
IF YOU NEED -- ---. Loral Long Dlitanc Make that aId Semite as geed asarw OTHER TREES AND SliRUSA ON Lake Silver Drive Summer rate
1M3! CHEVROLET: dnor Bel Air Moving A Storage for bali. the price of ... furniture SALE 865 00 a month Call CY S-1770 or
SOUTHEAST BEAUTY SALON RAH factory air new urea. Car Call Collect . 613-7646 . VAILLANCOURT NURSERY I CY 2-1260: I-TF -.o'A>' ":
a good steady income and can looks A drive like new SUITS Sue War hou.. Off Ilartow Air Baa, -HLA(,KBt.RM4-. 113 Oak Bt, Auburndale \

Southeast Plaza CY 3163915TF work only half days sell AVON It Sat S mm. till 3pm. 23UO", IJlhBt 27-Jun :27 lilt led M. "MW' "1-KIIIIt I 11-U BEDROOM air conditioned Dlih Money
or phona Bartow otS 445. 11141W3 11-June 30 --- -- e. and llncni If desired Near
COSMETICS. No experience - ------ USED SET OP CHILD. CRAFT SE Plata. 1213 6th St., 8E CY
YOLKS CAR, 1960 Renault ALUMINUM I.Ike new. Call CY 13661 after 3-9706 26-TFHKST : Costs Are Different |
necessary.WRITE Bring rope 67 Chevrolet C cyl. TELEVISION REPAIRCALL I.00 P.M. or before ( 30 A.M.
O thevrol 3 ton truck, 4J5 t.TF
EnrollNow P,O. BOX 1J9S or call N D'2al: St, Halne City, Phona I and SFCONK FLOOR . If your horn ouall \

682.4137 Lakeland. -HA-2-4321.-- -- -- -12-11 .'Screen Awning' Enclosures Wnd!: ,>w Screen Carporta' JORDAN TV Necrhl SEWING complete MACHINE automatic like Ave.. B ATAHTMKNTSal and Hr.t:, NW suitable. ; flei for a 25-ytar 5*% \

I 1012 '6! FAIRLANE. M,K|..| 38 Station Bulldlnif Specialties 293-8603! new. dora everything buttonhole.. C ereiIru.r. ronplee Low year ,' Interest raw loan without J'
Wagon, S cylinder new air condlllmrr ALUMINUMDISCOUNT ,r< und rite If take by J.1 ly Itt. *
For TV Repair TranslatorCar monogram 'hem, automaticdulftn .
service charge \
Classes NowForming radio, I new (mm.. PrIcedright BALES CO INC Radio HIFIGuaranteed" *' idb new 134(0 Take 8 tall. Owen for appolnimenl Matun. any
YOUNG MEN fulfill your mill CY 4-1815 after I p m. 10-13 Let. denrga Do ItAv payment 1913. Call CY J-4SM 34021.neople alp 2K3-41I4 I7.J.er..kY 272BFDROOU t 4 why thouldnt) you bene. \
------ ------ A A 6th Bl" BW 213-6694
BAH 1117 ,
GREEN STAMPS fit from the aavlnf. Swore
tary obligation with only aU 26 June :27 1TF I

Mrs. Carlton months active duty. Return for 1963 Biscayne Chevrolet I GENERAL ELECTRIC 30{ fan. I : house furnl/ihed on 'S and more people

-Special tuition rate service with your local Marine I BUILDING REPAIRS I ui>Floor Term and By roll the about work 11788 and I 6th 8t near Lake Ida No depoalte are unn( our promot, \

this month only- Reserve unit can Door . Very Clean CAMP TRAILERSCAMP ELI WORU APPLIANCES 12-18 I I on utllltlei .Call 293-9i84. 13-14: z courteouS mortgage set >

for details ''I BEDROOM. nicely furnlnhed, twin vice . no obligation \
Complete Tampa, BOAT bike furniture. etc 293-5089
138-1911'1 Owner For mail 1 b call bed. electric cooking Adult
repair < retired 1215POLY
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7 Moa $300.00 builder . only Inquire 1301 Otis Bt, ML CY ; TOWN COUNTRY

Course CY 3-1331 CY S-3470 TRAILERS fur rent or aale. FOAM RUBBER Any clue 7970 CY M734. 1114 MORTGAGE CORP
34-June 21 Supply limited Rraerv your or shape DISCOUNT PRICES -
Include book, tools and uniform ((3)) Situation Wanted 1114VOI date now J.>hnon Appliances. FORD'S TRIM SHOP 101 Ave FURNISHED 4 room apartment \ -2n Magnolia k
*. Highway 17 Lake Alfred 372-1139 B NW CY 1-0511. 7TF 440 W Orange St. Lake Alfred.Phone .
17 June 17 FR J-1932: Also light, water
CY3-1141
PAINTING --- --
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Dolor
Easy Terms KSWAHEN Sndan Light .TF
USED RErp'QERATORSRancei . furnished Adult only. 1
CARLTON BEAUTY SCHOOL COLORED woman wanta regular ONE YEAR OlD JUNE) Waihera
day work House cleaning or Radio 8. Mirror.- Whit Vinyl Air Conditioner . : it Zn.dlIon.d GENTLEMEN: Room by. week
Auburndale Inside. Perfect Asking
329 Southlan Ironlny. For Wednesday and Thursday By owner CHARLES 1VER8ON PAINTER WHEEL CHARS'! . fully guaranteed Terms Reasonable Sierra Court Motel
WO 7 4588 Call CY S-6&OK Call after 6 :00 11696 CY 2-6737 <( ''p.m. on Friday. 10-12 trader please). 12-15 Careful work . Call LY M8IH6IH APPLIANCES . Lake AlfredPhone .
Day & Night Classes ----- 20th St. SW 373-1139: Nltea 3731590UTF 1 BEDROOM houae completely furnished ((13)) Real Estate For Sale
160 00 month CY
COLLEGE (Irl will ski rare of MAYBE your clean 54-08 Model 2TFTREE per
children durlnc day or night. Ha wIll flake down paym-nt on this WIlKES CHAIRS for rent Also YEILOW gold 3 diamond--wedding- ---- 3-6227 168 811 AT*. L 1117

"Ic's car Call CY I 9707 10.13 acarce model 19412' Buick Sl''ciai4door Hospital Beds Crutches, Walk
rcnf JeuelrjIS Rail 1 SERVICE \ : band Appralaed value 133800 Con. FURNISHED 1 bedroom garage
V-I. one ow nercar' ors. Commode Godfrey Rentals tart Union FlnancCo for further apartment. All electric. Very No More ModelsAll
I gas economy with V.8 perfurmancetlrea IY 3-2411 171 Ave A, NW 1D-TF details 13-11: nice A,lull 2S3717J. 1604 Haven
) fIn' Street, .WH *
((4)) Lost & Found New Have 1W\!>4 modwl l car .
-- - -- -- -- dale Blvd. 12-11
Block Soytt .* Poet Offte an will trad thli for older 2nd car Homes in Inventory in
TRIMMINO CAVITY, DEMOSS-
OwUMy; Watck M4Jewelry Kune Ilk. new. Straight sub price 1NU CABUNO RE BkTTlNOComplete / 2-BEDRooM furnished apartment
I 11496 00 Phone 293-1932 1114 VACUUM CLEANERSPARTS GARDEN GROVE ARE NOW
LOST halt mala Beagle' turn clean-up Free totlmateaCall Carpeted air conditioned newly
Be eJr Brown ----- -- --- -
Reward CY l-fto* LUKES TrlKE SERVICE decoratud. M3-W79 FOR SALE
Lake Commuter Station
Roy area 1967 MhjRCURY
"u Wagnn, Turnpike Cruiser engine. CY S.M86 a.July 10 PRINTERS Ml Bate Ave SW I "-1 )

ITJun IT ---- P<.wer steering. whit wall tlrea, radio MODERN I room duplex Nice None are being reserved as
LOST. Pma! French PoodleIhoculate . healer Eicellent condition t SERVICE for KIrby. yard. conveniently located town, modelit
colored 40 In 46 Ibm. SS.670 actual mllea only I4D9\ 99 ACCORDION Hoover ElectroluK and all otherFree toCOMMCKCI fake Adult. 661 Av*. B. NW 1-TFI
No collar, needs halrrul REWARD CY S-304K 1114I pickup delivery I Ii
KEEP: your serviceman In touch Call Wallle Adam. 93. .4H67 1114 ---- -- __- mate REYNOLDS Vcu'ti Ground Come tee these Bargains or
I BEDROOM
wtih all III. Hometown New by -- -- - - -- - 1061 Metropolitan Hardtop If In (SANER: SERVICE! Phone apartment call 2932517 for Information
.ending him tha Winter H.... LOST or Stolen loins I black bill. : Rnglslsr now for clams or private.inotru'lionm ey 3-0283 I-July S floor I I bedroom houar 606
lereated phone CY 3-3127 belwsrflIOU I dive child i Ave. L, NE I1.T.
Dally News-Chl Special KIM . toll at Rita, Tueaday I' m. CaU and 5 00 11.17 your an opportunity iNousnrOOYUNMINT
aol p.m. for - ---- --
I month |9.30. Call CY Mill no*. 293-71)95 or 231131 or rrturn to 1IMu.N'd: ; BEDROOM furnished JOHN G. WOOD
.1"1' News-thief No question asked. Call CY MUSIt apartment.
11.14I NFED SECOND CARD CENTER 3-July S All electric kitchen Very clean
I .an, lObS Chevrolet 4-door Power MARINE SUPPLIESMarine 14H 36th St NW 294-1908 12-15 & ASSOC. Inc.
ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS' Glide. '411& 00. CY I-H141 after 6 00 ,

_" Tuesday 2M-1447. -5:11: P.M' I ((5)) House Trailers pjn. ._ ___ _1114 SWAP SHOPWE I \ P'ORHOUSSS. . FURNISHED. . APARTMENTS. UNFURNISHED Developtfll-Bullderl

=:: Health Department I 19M JAGUAR MKIX 4-door .SedanHeautlfil Acceuorlri CLOSE!: OUT \ MOOD and up. ATKINS
condition Priced r,'its- 40>V Discount on allaccessories REAl. ESTATE 130: Ave E" Julia
BOLD Jan 1' VII while Ih,'y last St. SE 17-June 16 JU8T LIKE RENT
TRAILERS RENTED onable. IX: Allen Ave tiyl
BUY SELL TRADE WHOI.SAI.EDISTRIBUTORS. ------ ---- Only difference I* you will ownthis
anything FLORIDA
I-E Loans Up To $600 UOUOIIT luge 12-15 LAKEFRONT APARTMENT. 3Rwmi block house In NW
( ) monthly of value COHtbR HOI.F 1N( 3 bedroom
In $60
Down and
IllS move SWAP RHOP U B. Hwy 17 1Ca.1.! lie Hav..ndal. Blvd SI 7930 I air conditioned shuffleboard section 18900 down Call Chuck B.Froenika .
PmjmiIfla.TRAILEIt PARK Lakl CY 3967 e-TF 14-Jun 14 boat 17000. CY S-'8'11 . BCHOENTHALER at CO
((8-A) Business PropertyAIR 1933 B Lake Cannon Dr. I -TF 294-1123 nltei fc wk-endi 291-6611.: I
Real Estate Loans HAVWNDALE BLVDPhon I II - - - - - - - - -- -- -- ------ 13-16
293.9arTB Mght 293-N7XI l J
= FURNISHED 3 ROOM DUPLEX.
- - - - - - - : :
13 TF ... 104 Avenue A. SW Private an-
.C.aoI or p vIf"r. : I conditioned office spare .11.1 trance. private bath patio bed. Buy it today move in tomorrow -
o.n1I: closing' coata ) FOR SALE Skyline HouseTrailer I' able Vlmsr Bldg, with alt,'
conditioned electric
In your deed or legal description -- I 10' wide 4S I lung:: 'SOmodi Ions to suit desirable tenant M,, ((9)) Business Opportunity 1 ((10)) Articles For Sale kitchen room air Two blocks from all Poet Of- close In 2 bedroom home

we also make 2nd mortgageemoat '!. For rent . (' wide. 9H Inns Room 227 Van Skiver Bllg or flrr and Morrison. Cafeteria air condition. firmshed or un
loan completed: the june Iunl 11000 .per week Water and call CY 2-7741 after noon. 7-12 (IDA Boats & Motc.rs Adult only No .pet*. '
: : )
day and confidential tool 1 electric furnlahed CY 42902.: ID-li: GOOD laying fruit atanl Asking II Used Tire Sale month CY 3-4019. 11I.00Ifi; furnished $13900
'!lUll 00. Accept .beat offer mil

Domestic LoanSINCE ((9)) Business Opportunity Ave U, NW at 24th St 1114 CYPRESS GARDENS; LEONA'S
((5.A) Moving & Storage Guaranteed BOAT FOR SALE for family fun APARTMENT
: lass i 30{ outboard cabin crulaer. 3 mOo Furnished bedroom
apartment
C:... A A IrS JiW TV 4-3JI. FOR LEASE -- Texac ServiceStallon ((10)) Articles For Sale I Used Tires torn New Tandum top trailer Very. All reasonable runnInggear air' conditioned Close to town and Real Estate
Lake Howard CY 4-1M3 ITII
IMPERIAL MOVING A STORAflEIrompt 103 3rd St SW CY 3-16744TF ('ill I after 5 :30 CY 4.1514. 1114 -- -- ---- I 588 Ave. C, SE ,
and efficient service for
all your moving .need Call $3.95 Up MARTIN ::40,; 4i HP : i Bedroom apartment on lake I CY 3-0187 CY J.Ntt '
Help Wanted CY 8.4100 for ro. estimates. INDEPENDENT Bervtf, BlatUn foe 1000 H..us.. Plant Tree \ln,'K w,safety cable carrying oUlboa.d'1 811I OO'a m,.i in and up Including II
((2)) Artent f..r Alia Van .l.Ioou. Inc I,'aa* In Lab 1 d d"'if; I ''dbuslneiu nod Othubb.7, 1 ,. ,i., 1100 "Y Fit most all Popular cars ga talk Ready to go utllltlea. Alw wrkl, J'sh'. Slrrra I 1215 I'
aervlng all H slate 14-TF Inqulrt r N li k ahem t-IM88 1 1416 :3Hlh St NW 9-1S $47 10. CY .-.,... 11.14I (',,,lit M"Irl I HwI I II N.'rth 7 TF .
AVI lakeland Fla 9-TF I -- -
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Machine Shop I ((6)) Special Services GOODJiEARStR1CE (I I-A) For Kent, Unf.


WorkerAnd : STORE CHEVROLET SALES FAIR
Wlnl.r Haven Drafting Co. 1 BEDROOM unlurnlahed duplex.

Machine All typea. Commercial A UT Ave. A, NW CY :2115 I..t"I equipped f.,2OeVn F'
Residential drafting NW Realty
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Satisfaction Guaranteed 24-Tr
Draws Bldf CY 41433tTF Duality rocoMltlOnt4 m.n. work TODAY'S SPECIAL
RepairmanOpenings uniform. Nut ure-pacaaged. See Ml'NrMAKmI
-- -- what. you buy AU sue* and color.Cl 'Nri HMIHHrll
W1IL RAY ANY KIND 0,' pist'iIN 00 per CulL III Armies AveAuburndkie APARTVt.lTSWinter
in Machine Shop and ( unliT 8l.0CKS. SAT1SFAC GOING PLACESSALE Across front Continental : H..n'HI.t .Ioctloll. I
TION OUARANTEMJI'I tan c. 11-TF room.. kitchen equipped electric
maintenance department for ION 1C W. J HAtVTMAN heat garage 2231 Av. B. 1r NW

qualified persons experienced CY S-38S .
t-aat.
in machine operation and machine 12-H HOOVER VA 'UUM CLEANER APARTMENTS --DUPI.EXES

repair In an Industrial CUSTOM MADB DRAPES AND fl"I,' cal Electric floor polisher: AllAliiohmcnl. I 4 1 bedroom J4OIW to |.t A
ALTKHATIONS Kllnd stitched : ., good condition. |WWit up BEA81EY REALTY: CO
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plant. Interviews arranged aft mudvrn equipment SUIO) Hickory ,'h hone 2M-2S47 .UD "34 eta Bt, NW CY a-lWT 9t-TF II.-

er normal working hours for NW CY 3-766 Mrs Edna Srhosaer
employed. 24-June 34 bnea ha bin Ilk ao I am ailS IDEAL for coupw or tarn lIktM1 i
applicants presently -- -- all I kin whin h* not here Brekfaat Bedroom LAKEFRONT
Apply Florida Tile Industry CONTRACTING for pruning No f ir onll IUOO preaaedunl racker CY .::1804. 7TF

St.. Lake job too small or too largo P'or.limatiunm only WOO Fens dat la boil -
1108 prospect BEDROOM unlurauhed "homeKitchen
Inc, .. call 1. J. Martin CY Cheep phuily of "barguna. I
land Fla . or Phone MU WT92. 1-1& 8 Md BudV BmHh eoulvped IM BEASLEY
REALTY CO 134 tl ih St. NW CY3fWT
"I -- ----- -- ';OPHER atOLl: SWAP SHOP 20-Tf Brand New
SS431 Winter Haven Floor 8urr> 'Ing Co. US 17 fcagt Lak : _ _ _
Satisfaction nuaranttvdU 11-14
A. MOUTZ - -- UwIt'R.4IIHBD 3 bedroom 2 '
EXPERT mal .kler* wanted for' 111 I First St Phon. CY 4 3391 WITH purrha. of Bhw LuMre rent Inerl':':' 11000 .per week 64 IMPALA CONVERTIBLE
Must be able to SIrset. 10-12
dally akl ahow 1114 for
Kleclrtc Carpet Stiaoapaoer
d....lrabl -- ----
lump.. Writ.helicopter or call kit Indiana* flyln Beach. ----- .Hardware..nlv HIM per day John Bolaad 12-U NICE: ( bedroom unfurnialied bout.I. I eyl. tinted windthitld. p.dd.d dash PS PS,

Indiana. i-13 FOUNTAIN LKBNgtn TREE: SEectton Beaaley whifewalli
Inc Montlcello.' - 8UROERY Ini"rty and I - -- CT 347.? R..I1.- power brake. wheel covers, bumper I
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PINING" ROOK WAITRESS liability I Insurance l'm.oolngTraoip3mntinj. : 40 WESTINOHOUU ran. *. lorMf - -- - - quardi puthbuHon radio with rear speaker,, mud
11600 CY MSM 11-14 UNFURNISHEDBedroom house
dependable Eapertenced Uuddlng rafting, I
and __
Neat Rertaurant 110 M weekly Small turnKhrd and outside rear view mirror, ipeed windshield
Apply FirS Topping. Cement Fit linn etc -
Lao ath-St. 4W. Io-U Hour fur calling Mam and TRY Dta.Ux TabhH. hi.ldwathers \
--- CY -4MO Contact wnrr.1
Now .
wmaf
lime after 4 p'" U3-3134: :
any Barlow 12-11 All our new 'M Dodge Darts, full-size Dodges and big ..rmula. mix Me ANOBMONUKU 12 back up ligHt I

Tire Service Man Dodge 880's are ready to start "Going Places' I They're all COMPANY. 11-14 Iu99<9. and glove compartment I,

(boA) Animals & Supplies sale-priced so you can afford a fun-driving, carefree TRAILERS: water eoftaergiiltara apUler ((12)) For Rent Furn. I lightt, all other $3tt4

Thoroughly experienced in servicing vacation this summer, Come and get our deal now! friarrater,: , Meycta druma.. mtcauwmi NnittWr**: ltd factory equipmentStock I

all TYpe Urea Per. .. wing machine. dtlMtte wilts CY No.
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ROOM FOR RENT with .tentrance
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week.STORES. Stud Srrvlo' 3-1317 31Jun.29lAst
manent. $05 per MALE: BOXER -- mad ballY \. ....
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nr i-JMI. atTFMIMl I <;AIN Maple Deck portaM .hi ( 423Yt'IINISSIED. :ze--ry
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, WseWcod CIItDa. 60055w.ure : and n, 11 itDOOMS.
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Complete professions grooming
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. Tiny toy .ppl. avallabl I'Y .
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7HlUf WE BUY amid rWrtferatera. aeae- a Can CY IMMFUMrWMBO "iAIEEnoL.
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BREED DOE Already t.,5 S3 00 Wartime ..."..,. Sale S3 4akX - -
Ida Street Are. A, 8Wsales t week old rabbit. SI| JS IY NW' Tit ROOtaiO M"! .
I.TI' 3-27M. 12-U - --- - -- - ) a aaaartk. Near T' "c.
FLOYD ROBERTS MOTORSYour Ita nJ8HMAH Tickae.t ('ooiiduicly and ...... Bea.lH ret'"u'
,...... 13.55 ... .
. route. Pan time Oft l"Y J.tIIO "' .J.w 1
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hour. C.II CY .ltJIO ( To Trade
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LAKE JESSIE DRIVE
Children LOOKNew CHARMING WAY DOWN IJHII TO THE FUTURE LAKEFRONT LOTS TnA'< i
III Acre Otanre t 11m: ,. Follow llftlt fNa Ea"| i iln.nl' pl I ,
Beautiful lakeview home 3 CB I bedroom horn brautirulh 10 Acre Grove li lien. Lake AJfnd. North l lot !Icry ..
Bedrooms 2 Bath. Quality will love U I BR. 2 Bath, >I ,(M Mind rax-d| l In l Florida norm land. 688 Ave. M, SE 'I' ''j real oranges :'. erar .Id Irr-. .4I inch well .........rt.... phone 3-mc ,rer '
grapefruit a good country I ;
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Formal utility ft boat ailed on bark of lot onv' qupmenl( Ifs trout < OS p m .11'l
construction. Dining So Will You one Mock of Chain of l lakes Ht-at $14,500 home, 4 bedrooms joining 1"0 Stool ,..ad Wonderful home
with Wainscoting One Modem Kit. Carport .
Room and boat ramp ICIertrlr ran v 10'
46 Hail Owners In Thin Area blind winded I Price lioawooOU large, K< otl fishing lake 2 miles se91 tIWN( bal_ over 10 'dam
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kitchen red brick built.
wall in ; .. : Snug as a bug and better tram town. Price reduced to 13nnn'" 3554701 utter 1 3 M Innr,t i .." .)
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in tove and oven. One bedroom CY 3-5145 "' MUST than 2 bedrooms. Air all A.,I4M MMHaren ,
new -
t32ouo lli.ouo down in order ..
.' II-II Belly NM .chI'J J4 IHt'SINFJIB \
could be den. Large
paneled i
:: each with private bath -
li buy home In town 5
closets all cedar lined. 2 air. : T.. 8:30: P.M. aw this to a weal: :: the value I i kitchen built ins > years
you receive In I bedroom complete: on balance at'%' To old to
conditioner. 2-car garage fcome:. In one of our moat deelrabloretirement air conditioner lawn I i roOT CO' ss U.pI A"
Pump and Irrigation system 11-July: 12 are*. Wall to wall rarpirt I drive car Must sacrifice ((14-A) lots & Acreage n end 142., Pund. IJ ow II A<
Included : 'Irrigation system must .
range ana refrigerator Setour broker ALSO 346: lan
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with timer. Large lot. Good .. .
Price F I1JOHO
be
seen as it U immacui HOMES AM! IN\'ESTMKNTS.I
financing. Available only because to rr..e I I
.d:.1 HERB a loot II-- i late for
owner must relocate. HOME for .... Term to lie LOOKING appointment IMI'KOVKD: .paature tract. 1 <,r
w, 'ft- rI.I-.t: for both partle I showing. call Wright R. Dees more a<.r.a North Lake Uiwn
1037 Biltmore Drive NW Ckuck B, Praemke8THOBNTHALBR for a law down payment you r.n'l I = ProiMrli.Phone :ilt.1.OI4J .'10', for fastReju/f/
Chain of lakes accesi. 3000 W. Lake A CO MtlSSNo beat thE I bedroom. i bath | PUI S Keg. Red Katate: / Itroker Stn pm 71I *
Hartridge 17 Just N of City Urdu . Price ,IM1108 I
Chain of Lake aecea 111 '
11-14 doxraI.OL E Km. & Sun. like Alfred ER J.IM t V READ I and USEREGULARLY
TRUE LAKEFRONT property - - -- ---- -- 10TKMAI
EDNA WATSONREALTOR become wonderful family % HI Ml, .t.MrUteI'HONK ; : I I.Ak1I0IIAIoIIII\: HW ftIt I l.k..1
can a THREE: BKDHUOM 2 BATH. ALL SN-tMl. ITbwN lITiiJl >, mile deep Room for xr 1
home for you.' 3 Bedrooms, 3 2 BRICK HOME |paneled living t, \ "I'ItK i.KOVK.: NI Airr .n.1Af. ..rr II.HIK. Bo beautiful It lea e.
room .lane Florida room utility ',,'))" ,' M nroNten n lou fcnmhleu. |S 11011 with $245)' i iil
Itb M.. NW CY 4 414tS.BEDROOM Baths, central heating and air ; 4
':28 I room Illumlnue crlllra In bull-In Edgar T. Hales 217Magtda j1C't3.1141 >.m|.. li ult Duml fniil) rmp| Irrlm ...n fti, ,,r write Kit: ("rowder al i !
conditioning! fireplace, and wall CE .kitchen. ternuao floor Beautifully lion' _,.It mud pump I'M": par| mn, folk, Miming Center (.Hiker Build
--- -- -- to wall carpeting. Rein and enjoy .Underaped City water and REALTOR .hNe, ,"""'10:11: RhAI; KSTATI: : Inn M Third Street NW phone
tbath.. Florida city sewer outeMe city School! : I.ak, Alt,ed, I'll 2 III.'Ifi) I :J Itt: ini arak day. only. 10-14))
modern home with wparI nearly 2300 square feet with but 10 all rrhnolu. 570001 down J10 Ave A, SW C3.9&:18: ;iiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiinif: 811li
room I .
0860) month C'Y 1-111II 31 1FONLY 3 0382 --- -- ---- -- - ------- .
guest houM Plenof shady no through traffic. Call today CV --- -

fruit tree f JSOO 00 under market. to see this Lakefront value at -- - --- -- --.-- WHAT THAT YC3URVBRaIeFrT HOW OARS tall O SOUR CVfRNpNTI
.t 117600 Ownur being transferredIMS I Nll ARE YOU BAO ,_
hRoLi4 MY HANDRAt3T!
4th 8t. SB. ::18-1 07 I RAa..2 THCuoe4T 1CU
SUM down '
Only $26,600 menu of HI UB per dm=hm.i\\'- z, LOOICINe MOTHER'x FOR, 7 WHAT ARE'Y J MNSI'IT $4AVB PUT ITIN
room CB house Redwood fenced New 3 HR. 2 Bath I. NO, LOOICINO FORc NFRB BY ,
card pal to Florida room complete- \r'7 ETUPID ( MI13TAtCE ,
OPEN HOUSE $11:00 hr h mx 1
lII"" IUJ.: i Iy landscaped Bee al 217 IIh ? r .\\ l4AT'e AHAND ,N :p. r
SUNDAY 2 to S P.M. Jan-Phyl or rail CY 4 1440 or CY L T ,

Come to 620 Avenue P BE and se,. 1"J.I I 3-(1130_ IMS Central Modem Hat J(11..h.n.A Air'arl..rl: BAONT 1 Il urA
c n ____ _______ Tht Beat 5ouw and *
thin lovely J bedroom home has. ) I= k ii
.ak. floor, oil furnace heat eoe.trlc
range and automatic washer Bonus! BargainAlong Strouse 0 ro
WARREN SECKEL Realtor
Large roomy kitchen closed garage
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Walking. Price US dletanc.500. Your to hostess sit.1achooIJ. .121100 with this lovely two CY 3-5145 K i

bedroom 1H bath home you
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Bllllh. AHOClateCY I ..
Lola 8a.EDGAR DOWNI get drapes refrigerator and 7 30 8:30: r.M. I 1 : l

BR. CB HOMES an air conditioner plus the best (WA14z Y
Low $47 00 month f -
T. HALES, Realtor CHARLES!: McCOMIC i Reg Broker neighbors you'll find anywhere! _. 12.July 12 \K L /
310 Avenue A, BW 23264: -- -
See this bargain in Beautiful
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Garden Grove today or Call MOM AND DAD -- -
Tree shaded lakefroM where moth
13-14 BR Bath 293 2517 for information er ran vatrh kid. swIm t-bednxnn 1 W'N'T 1'58 1'L4 A\Arry iAW AN I WA NIN<1 H9HT 7 MO1. STAY 0$ VUilNSjS' *
New 3 2
WA'tryllNO Tsar ALTlflllle 01 AMt1TOARKvLSB SI.IN/ONO ONJDAR lcoprl, filer TldI
houne Km workshop for Dad :111oranite ",
7/MNr7uJTCANf f 'hr
$11,100 .. TRw VIEW r IRiPet4, 11000 Cr.) '01 mlzJ GOVP .. """$- CAMCatA *
L 'lr.>i on I 130 a 400 lot (.11|| talt AA' 4Q "w.
OUT Or TOWN OWNER Hunt ell JOHN G. WOOD rrn JIS-74U7 12 16 NPTNINtl PIRSC LRCC1 I SNTIRSO tk1R RANeJM
bedroom CB house at 701 Ave. kit. Cor Lot -.-- A/aevr
Modern - TRaGfepR 4NYSUltLIY'uR TO CHSCK
.. CYe1'r We
L, SE. Owner will be at above ad- WA'TMB
O 1 Carport." You Have ARII'RAfa M
dress Saturday and Sunday. Come Seen The Reel Compo & ASSOC., Inc. 1:111I11I11111111I111111I111111I11111111111': 'IC' N I1
by' and nee this bargain. llttFurnl.hpc
lee The Beet
Developers Builders

LAKEFRONT HOME! CY 3-5145 II.TFI NOTICE i i a

AND COTTAGE. 1-Bedroom CB K
home ft I room CB cottage Boat ::
In these columns toE -
7 30 t.30 P.M. -
dock Included Shade and fruit -
11-1. ; day, the NEW lint of FlitS
trees $18000 2S4-1W7 FOR 3 Bedroom kllrh., I
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12 July 12 dining room living room 1 bath acquired properties In the :: 1 r t

---- ereened front torch rreened bark Winter Haven Auburn. :: .
porch double garage move rrlrigirator jC
FAMILY DOME. 4-b oil healer in home 167 Ave E dale area . r 4
modern large lot .droo".E. : 8. BE Winter Hav.n Call CY I
FOR SALE Separate 4-431 or after 5 011 |p m CY 14 3 i For the COMPLETE list
Fruit Treat Term. whit owner L 10-14 i
BEDROOM 1 Can.ba-emall. ---- E of nl.0"tM'd| homes :: I

OIIiota. E available and full details :: .
BY OWNERUltramodern AKIN 8O:E All ESTATE -- -
CY 4-1111 $450 Down, SE I E about prices, down pay< I
841v Wl 12518 Mr A t1,8I1Mt
JS-Jiuu II E mrnts, etc., see or call EE I Is, .i y pIlM11N10ArN51ryAliI' / J IALLMti
---- Modern 3 bedroom 2 bath home Iwr A 'L:.1 wI I
home of -- : the folks at Town It Coun E i SAr 01 611 ,

concrete block and glass, i111llllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll'CHOICE, built in range Loom's Real :E try Real state: IIIA :E I .1 earl wMAI MAr NJw.NN, 1 L.1Mi / INOM' IT ;A

with enclosed 1 fully. i Estate cy: 30187. ry 32465 :E Property Managers : l lH lT 1 1I 1 IINCA/Ak6

screened patio featuring | 1- I, E Winter Haven Auburn- = I I I

. tropical planting. Two E dale area . = 1
E is the proper term here 5 Lakefront 1'I = -
with
bedrooms, tiled bath :
sunken tub. Large living- E Fresh at a daisy 2 bed. E The IM Includes many E r '

dining and E room Florida room home E Home-$14SOO :E fine CB homes with down :? I / '
area separate
Florida room or ofdce-. : walking distance to town = E payments as low as $100 :E j i 0 Li' I ( /) 1IA'

: or Southeast Schools. i The price of this newly redecorated E with no mortgage costs :E I I i l lI li I
study, both opening on patio I Ix :
E I
home situated on and -
monthly payments
Kitchen has wall oven,
E Located beautifully EI
on a
under one of Winter Haven i = as low as )4..17. I a 1
cooking center bug landscaped and heavily E i
chum of lakes has Just !
hood, tiled count.: Erigation = .
copper E treed lot complete lr been reduced from $18.000 Fv.inniir EI I toT
ers, many cupboards.New lien rude Bryan "VI:I (liMO( : ,,
E air E
system -- I ...
q-s.
to 314,500.This i S Russell rrake I'1' I milKlennor -
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tile floor : : I ..
vinyl E E ,.'
conditioner complete = Iglehart i"i 4 let -: .. _.
throughout; unusual E attractive home con = Pfd, mlih ('v 'I i *m': :C ----- --- -- -- -- - -
E kitchen equipment owner = Malcolm Trlr-.ull I'VI:IURS I:E P 'WC 7 I-Mi: ; i r I II IM1IICI
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amount closet: and storage E moving and will finance - date of 2 tile bath r T ] i t14'1 1N PINK (NT11PP/1j/ QFI

space. Large side yard' en E with small down = Florida room\it : and I' TOWN COUNTRY )GOOD NUM5IS PETE, 00 VOU KNOW 1l
: i | 30 gV f., 'i t" Wf < ANMAK> "I n At TH"''UfO' '
closed by fence and payment $13,500. To inE: living room Good terms { THOR'I v. ,-I\HOMl\ I ttll''H' W In , J nvu. Ilun I ANY7HINGA/CT'tUPtN'8 i

hedge; oil heat; carportand E spcct, call EPAt'L are available For more Information 5111 M.gnoll. ijllrfiln ITlWrr'i1I', PAFU .M> ASHAM > r>" lu"" MW TAUHT UfTSUNUMinD*:' MAVK
I IZrlla
utility room. Close In, call: II I :|(y'3.11411i100JlL UI JU :: i, THI, Nf'lR'' j. fl<,N- *- ** 1 tA'' EARL SOtMICT ON THE U> #Pl plop
near golf course, corner SMITH Trot u! soMLrNlec
Avenue K. NE and Lake E Eves. & Sun. CY 3.3002 | Pearson Tiiiiiiiiiiiiimiiiiiiiiiiiiiimiiiiiiii' ? ,70 RI' I!Il' ABOUT I1/ ( r

Martha Drive. Ideal for a/.

couple, bachelor, small TowN COUNTRY LEIS BROS. t tI tiJ y Aar

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family. Reasonable down Realtors I'IihRETURNED orsrr'
payment; assume mort TO MARKET: : /'
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gage For Inspection, call e 1200 Sixth Street, >W C'e Number Address J

CY J-1MS. Opposite( North Gate) ''III .tN"I| IMI) Oran,. It :J
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312: SOLD !NUT A\',AILABI:
6412 Eve & bun HO 72711 I

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FOR SALE. . Ducharme HomeBig r

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so C-L-E-A-H YOU reduction for immediate sale e 4



WON'T BELIEVE WITHOUT SEEING! yrI

Open For Inspection Saturday .

CHECKER BOARD SPECIALS '

JeeArN Isl. T lIrlr
'(2 FORD WAGON '12 FORD WAGON 9:00 A.M. till
3:00 P.M.For
Ceuntr* .d.n A/T Al' Squire' .Pens.se8w t tI
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whit A .rlgln.l we.r Lee at.......
appointment coN lartow SIM44S
(2 COMET SEDAN
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Last;: rukaar. 4 Or NrIN.111..Bea6. gr.aNVhOn owner. Htr 1 Awrtnewt t.... )

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II OlDS 4-01. SIBAM 11 DODGE ItOANA 3 BR., 3-balhs, Ha. room with broken tile
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NH floor. U.,.. room 22' x 30*. LAKE ACCESS, 3 i



air conditioners. Patio. Built-in kitchen: dih- : 4I



washer, large utility room and workshop. l .

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Monster Still Legal! Adv rtimg &Legal) Advertising

I WANT MORE FOR Y0Uft MONEY..KEEP YOUR 6Yt ON GRANTS

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IN INK: OIIMIY Jli",':" VHK t'OaJ.TIl. 00"'"
lUlMf IN AND list rdL5IUUa CM ttf I* AM ..X>at fOLK
Plagues TownIn t e'WKWA tK DlfTV. aMIIA \
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To All Creditors M. A. AJUUUUlDecwawJ and Peraona liav To All Cr Ct.A1\A tltoi* H ind READ Peraona Dweaar Han- Nod FAMOUS ZEBCO1 Ie SALE

Michigan inn Cialm 01 Uvmanaa A .. KataUi Nand ..... :
You ana each or you are h.reb You. sad each of you are hereby SALE ENDS SAT.
notified to me m uupilcaU au notified to fibn duplicate all

SISTER LAKES, Mich (UPI) (.....m. and dimande which you claim and demand which you _ _______n_ _ _n___ n ____ _
--Een the Molotfsti are ),sb- have acalnit the t-.talu of S A have acainat the. ratate of Clara H
tied iu-iKler OncMued. in the office ofHicnard Read deceased,. in th. office of
by the "Monster of Sitter A Bream County Judas. Richard A. Uronann County Jud r,
Laken.eThree ai his office In the Court House at al his office In the Court Houai FAMOUS
reportedThursday Bat'tow. Florida. within aw calxn- at Bartow. Florida. wllkln alx ralendar I-
morepersone _till from May U IM4.
from June
dar montha U MM Efe..4
that they HW the which la UM dale of the which I*Jh* date of the tint pub:: : / ZEBCO FREE
creature which has been terry cation of thla notice I bach claim: ordemand llcatlon this nolk-e, Bach claim
.be In or demand mUtt be In wrltlnc. mural i V
tying this meat written mud
resort area In Cats
...... thi' place of realdmcv and Hal the place of raaldence ana (
County for the past two weeks MOM office addma of the claimant poet office addreei of tIM clalman
Most of the witnesses said moat .be .worn to and muM be filed meat be sworn to and meet .be fil .iaa

that It is nine feet tall, weighs a* aforeeaid void or elae __ will/ become com.afonwaM void or ,.1.I lam will bo. ICsRLE

500 pounds and Is covered with Bdyth. P Zoerb
/./ Miriam B Zel..l.r
hair except for a block,humanlike Executrix: Buculrlx8TRAUOHN
8HARIT *
face.Prof. Lallmer A Long / ioc.I
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PO Box 71.Auburndal. KAUN1RID18 AIt) -
Frank E. Emit of; .. Fla, JK Magnolia Avenue comes pock.
the University of Michigan Zoology June U It X July I. 1964IN Winter Haven ITa. with 200 ydr..f f Buy a Zebco #777 Reel for
._ May M 211. June ft. 12 1(64 1 11
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Department said he Is In*

dined to believe the monster Is ('0' (THK,tT':IN(INTY ANII' KOK JIIXJKH POLK N.t.IN..,. THE T. C..I.rOINTV....' armors menefilom.nl 'I Only 12.95GET p.ehed, NonN with ;

a gorilla ttM NTY, rLUKIDA
tOIRT IN AND FOR POLKtOl'NTV 106, Num.n.hlarenl
"Bears don't stand on their IN RE ESTATE OFB ) FLOEIDA THIS:
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A. ZE1ULERD IN RE: BSTATb i: Of
hind feet too often EggUton
aced
PROBATE MAY IRONS Matching Fiberglas Rod
said. "I suspect from the description NOTICK OP : Deceaaed
The Slate of Florida to all peron To All Creditor and Paraon HavIng .
Tackle
that it's an escaped Box And $5.00
Any
Interacted/ the Rotate of Claim' / or Demanda Against
circus gorilla" mid Lx>ced nt.
Said Balat: 26 Pieces of Tackle for
Dr. William Burl however You arc hereby notified that a
H. You and each of you. are herebynotified Tackle Purchase
written Inntrumenl purporting to be to file In duplicate all 4-
another UM zoologist, was the I..at Will and Teatamint of claim and demanda which you Only l 14
more skeptical. aald Poc.d"nt ha. been admitted to have acainat the moats of May
"It could be a black bear," probate In laid Court. Iron.. cad, In the office of
Burt You are hereby commandi-d w II till Richard A. Bronaon, County Judge,
said "The trouble Is
only ) aix (61 calendar month. from at hla:; office. In th* Court house at
they usually don't wander that the date of the flat publication fJr Dartow Florida within pin calendar BUY A ZEBCO 202 REEL FOR 5.95
far south In Michigan.Roscom- thl. Notice to appear In old CoUI.tand month. from May ::12. llIb4. . ALL for Only 12.96
hiw cause If any you can
01 the tint
which I. the data pub
I mon County, about 200 miles why the action of said Court In llcatkm of thla notice Each claim I. AND GET A FIBERGLAS' ROD AND
I north of Sister Lakes, Is aboutas admitting laid Will to probate or demand mual be In writing. muat

them.far" south as we've seen ahould not wand/./ Richard unrevokud A Bronaon poet late offlc th. place add...of. of reddens the claimant and. +,1 Reel has exclusive 13 PIECES OF TACKLE FOR Ic

County Judge mUM be aworn to and mull be tileda D self-centering bail adjustable OneP.rsenel
Burt said If the "monster"Is Latlmer A. Long aforesaid. or el.* aama will bf
I PO Box 716Aubuindale void w -' i drag click. PakHooks
a black bear, it probably is FlaJun. (com ,
Evelyn Iron Lynn -
only five or six feet tall. "They 12 19 36 July (. 1964 Executrix ea : 'ra Interchangeable spool.

are about three feet tall at KAI/X1RIDI8 BTRAUOHN. BHARIT Atty A Matching 6' Fiberglas o. . Only 5.96Quality
adult height standing on all 01'KT. T ;>THJIDUIAL
IN THE ( IR( IIT :3M Magnolia Avenue r rod; sturdy tackle
fours. When they get up on tllUIIT, PULKKM Winter Haven Fla. v ? box 26 of
their hind legs, which they occasionally NTY.t'HiNP.KY tUIKlUA May n :it! June 9. U 1864 ; pieces
IN
do to look around, (.DM Me' 1MI I"'kt. K*, I',. N.. I-l NOTI'K OF INTENTION T(> tackle listed below crafted spinning reel! made of high-impact
they might be five or six feet." WSlLfc."" E. vow: MAKE APPI.irATIOl* FOK
Plaintiff Kralastic\ to withstand
Stainless
He said If it's true that the FINAL DIHIHAROK Tackl. Include: a pintle belts fithlnf plugs a spoon, G04Q9 toughest use.
"monster" has been roamingthis STEPHEN IN RE ESTATE H OFJOHN WULF 1 imp ......1.. 6 needle. point hookt. 1 float 1 practice pluf steel line guide. The well-balanced l rod is 5 ft long

area for two years, It certainly Defendant Dftcean
.VOTK OP nIT la' All Wkam II May CmreraiNolle. I
wouldn't be a gorilla THE STAT! OK FLORIDA TO. .. I. hereby given that I her MIRRO LURE
since couldn't survive P. Yokel, '
"they Stephen filed my aa Executrix
that long In this climate out-of- Reildunce UnknownYou of the. rlorr.h'n: H. Wulf. d* DRYBAK LIFE
are hereby notified thul a reaaed: that I have filed my petlthin -
doors. null for divorce t... been filed for final dlarhanrt. and lhnlwill
Cass County sheriffs deputies analnet you In the above .nl.lled. I apply to the Hon. Richard The W. T. GRANT Sale 1.17
who have been conducting cause. and that you an hereby required A. Bronann. County Judu 01 P ilk VEST
to serve a copy of your an. County. Florida .on the IBlh dHof >'
an unsuccessful search for the awer or other written drfxnwe uixinJ June. 1W4 for approval of the
creature, think It's a bear Julian Ucnnitt iilvlnllff attorney aama and for final dlachara-e aaFxerutrlx '
which wandered south and dis- whoae. Wlnler.dd...Haven.. la :Mi Florida VlmarUulldlng . deceased of the. mute of John HWulf 2.392.99U.S. [ J5 I A FINE ASSORTMENT OF LURESAT

covered the lush huckleberry on or before the lath day ol July. Thl. 19th day of May' 1984 A MONEY SAVING PRICE
country around Sister Lakes. AD., ]W4. and be fore or Inline Franraa 8 Wulfknerulrlx
dlutely thereafter to Isle with the : of the alati Coast Guard Approved
.
Cloak of the above alylid. Court theorliilnal of John H. Wulf

I.e9aI' AdvrtlsMgNative written drfi nf.n.said... If anwaer any or laid DnoraneilRTIUIKJIIN BHARIT A AIR COOLED OUTBOARD OL JIMS PLASTIC

If you fall lo do *o,. dn.u" pro KAUKiRIDIS. All,.
ronf..... will bi' retried. ....In.t Jill Magnolia Ave. BW I
T. Ci.di... you for the relief nwndiiU in the Winter Haven Fla SHAKESPEARES183 + Reg. $119.95 Clinton Outboard, Versatile
IN THC COUNTY JIDUK'll: ComplaintW1TNK.B8. May :23 39. June 9. 13 IBM WORMS & EELSREG.
tuck IN AND FOB MILK : m, hand and official. and Feature Packed
UH'NTY.' FLORIDAIN neat nf office at Bartow folk train NOTI4K III. INTKNTION' TO
RE ESTATE OFWlNlfRXD ly. Florida thli III 1h day of Juno MAKK AI'I'IK 4TIKN" ('Oil OUTFIT e Alr-coolsd engine .75c
C. CHARLES .AD. m. FINAL" DlnIIA11LK (
i I I
J>ec ....d, D H IMAM JR IN RE: ESTATE OF e Auto, recoil starter
To All Creditor and P.reon. Han Clerk of Circuit Court W. 11 ANDERSON e Aircraft-typs throttle
lug Claim or Demand Agaln.t By Junnltn Redford DCCI-HX. ,',1 I 69MADE
Hald Kut: Deputy Clerk T. All Whom II May (nacrrai I A preen itindout and the matt vtrutilt
You and each of you are. hereby J. Julian Bennett Notice I* hereby given that ...<. motor In in dull Auto, rtcoil
notm.d to toe In duplicate all Attorney at Law have filed our final report a* Kxaculur runs tor quick cum t 360" forward,
claim and demand 1ltwt XII Vlmar ,'Building of the ratal of W H An Home itttrmf. S miwt dltu prop,
.t.w $1490
have agaliut Ih. ,. Wlnler Haven FlqrldaJun. Irrrrn doceaaad that we. hu\ __ RIGHT HEREIN
teed C Charlu. doc_'. 11tha .. 11 19// .M. July' S 1964 filed our prtltlon for final dl. ,,
office of Richard A. Bronnn Coun and that we will a|>pl> tiIh Check these EXTRA value features WINTER HAVEN ,
at "la offlc In til. Court .hard A Bronaon, Counly :
; TENTH: lion Rk 11.htaggoI selMrasedo a eogM hears CapeetdM
lrot'-i:: Bartow. Florida, wtlhlrpin IN THE f Ilirt IT Cork? t JudiM of Polk County Floridam .
calendar month from May 921M4 ., Jl III!'HI, < 11t( I IT. HII.KOIT arms Hrh Toren Most O buy M note stoat
the 19th day' of Jun IBM for
which I* the data of the flrat < %. tlAltllI'' nitproval of *am. and for finalillacharitM D Moue ash 1101 D shat OM Tev.manna Q rsl t vms W ,wly
of thla nutlet Each IX < IIAMrUVa. 1 i.h. HIP BOAT CUSHIONS
of
publication Executor
claim or demand muat b* In writ. < .. M*. IMI IMkt (Ml 1',. \.. I1ItI ..elate. of W II Andnnon. dweaai, NO. 1773 SHAKESPEARE 5
In*. muat atau the tilact of mldenci EVA: KNOLL. Thl 19th day of May. 1964
and boat office addre of Plaintiff W. 11, Anderson JiJ FULL HORSEPOWER WEIGHS ONLY 36 Ibs.
the claimant muni b* *wor) to and KNOLL" B And CLYDE W.
mint bo flliiil aa aforaaald. or era Hubert IT, AndorannHSuecutor Only
Mm* will bIIcom.lold.. fenilant of the. rnialiat W. T. GRANT
A. Charloa NOTK OF Stir _
neon W II AndersenrRAUUHN LINE & NO. 204 SHAKESPEAREGLASS
Wilbur U. ClarisEstouton TUB STATIC OF FWRIDA T'0'CLYDE v.-.....
; ; w, KNOLL whoa la.t I BHARIT 4 Coast Guard Approved
known addrea la unknownYou
BTHAUOHN 8HARIT .
KAIooR\1IIS. Atty FIBER ROD.
KALOGRIDI8 AttyaZfv6 are hereby notified neat a ,:IM Magnolia Avenue Choice of Colors.
.
Majrnolla Avenue ult fur divorce h. been filedavalnat :Vlnter Haven his.
Winter Haven Fla you In the above entitled May :a :21 June 6. 12 IM4
May aa. M. Jun. i. 13 1MNolle. / cauae: and that you are hereby required .-

In other serve a copy di.of fi. yuur. anwer i I\THK (:'IRCrIT' tt fllT llr' THE. ... '
written n ei 011.| in
T. Creditor.IN : Walter or W Manley plaintiffs atlorney TINTH IIKIAL' C'II(("I IT llrTHI. :: ,.", ': ; !.'\ :.: : \ ':, '' ;' ;: \ \ '::
JIDOIC'HUIHT :
COl'WTY j) '

IN (RE' THK covNTY kOTATE IN AND. rLOMUA OF FOR POLE t.>ore/ Ukeland the; hone Uth addi day Flolrlda'ea of* la Juli on P O>r A llnx2t D be (AND: MiATr volt: FOLK or NO .LOBIIIA 53115utMe'ITIZKNS tOI BANK NTVHANOkY OFT IM :u tU u Y? 1 M. orh I t "g" ),18"1: "p"e'tl (\9"\\ !1'0'0' It I ') fl'ij''N'0", n\1"' )


WALTER: H LOWY Dceaaed th..II.r 1064 and In before III. with or Ihr Immedlalph Clerk III ( PE-TERflBtRO NATIONAL. a Kali"i.a! ,., ,".". . ,. , .I\" "",., I;, ;. ,.;! ..", ,, {,, "... ... "'.! ,, ." . " ,,,,I -.A. " ,, ",""" ""..,, '.'. ", ,, ,, ,, ,,,"'" ,,,,, ." ." ., ./ .. .." .. .<

To All Credltora and Peraont Hay the above Styled Court the original Uankln. AalOCl.llon., Plaintiff
Demandi Again! of aid anawer or said whiten drfenaea -
Ing Claim or va -
If any.

Said noTlidanO:batata: 1 ). of In you, are hereby:r.. ronfeian If you will fall be to entered do no aiialnut decree you pro HAZEL IIAZIL: R.P I.AN'A8TJr.R.k.LANCASTER. a//k,a a

have clalma agalnet and file demanda the e.iat.which of Waller you plnlntWITNFJW for, the. relief demanded In the Com WWGS HAZEL. R.1 al.UOOO8 and Defendant.THF FELTON. GRANT MAID BAMBOOLEAF SEAMLESS MICRO MESH

H. decaaaad In the office otIUch.rd m>' hand nod official ,
Lowy TO
cal of office .t Bnrtow Polk Cnuntv STATE OF FLORID
A. Bronaun. County Judge. HJWARU LOTT and NETT1H: SPRING TYPE 100 NYLONLADIES'
at hla office In the Court Houae atBartow AD. Florida. IK4 thla 9th day nf June V LOTT hla wife. %
Florida. within wen calendar
ttr BriT
D H. 8LOAN JR NOTICE
at. 1M4.

which montha la tat demand of dale from thta miut of May n.'t: ,be..first,In I Eaih writ.publication I Clerk
claim or Nalkmalllanklnc
WAITER/ W MANLEY of 81 I'et.rbur a
of red
the
plan
Inn. moat elate
Intho
and office addrtaa of P' 0 Box .4. lakeland FlaAltoiney Association Plaintiff
den pat moat be ...orn to ( for Plaintiff above entitled cause and that
the claimant June 11 19 96 July S 1M4\ rou are hereby required tt filepur
aforeaald or
be filed u
and mat
Clerk of 12
Answer with tat . _Ohio
clue earn will become void. ...
a "
Court and to serve copy
Ulady F Low
yExecutrix
uiwn the Plaintiff or Plalntlffe Attorney 28c
THE CIRCUIT COURT OP THE whoa name and addreaa laAlbtrt
IN
BTRAUOHN, BHARJT A .Law.
C. Werly. Attorney at LIMIT 2 PLEASE
)KALOORIDl. Alta TENTH Jl PHIAL>> HUIfT IN -
8t Petnbunt
Avenue AMI I F'tli FOLK (01 STY, W4I Central Avnu
3M Magnolia Fltirlda. not 'later than June DOZ.
Winter Haven. Fla. t W RIDA, IN ( HANtrKY

May U. D. June .. 12. !". t... 1)081 N.. 6l41Ma-Mt: ::1\1.If 111I4.you fall to du BO,. Decree: Pro STATE BRANDFERTILIZER LIMIT 2

Conf,,aao will be entered a..lnat
!" AND FOR THK: TfcNTHJIDKIAL 10811I'11 BRADY CROFT fur the relief demanded In the

1 FOK roLK COUNTY C'IK('( IT IH!FWRIUA AMI ve. VlainthtKTHKL Complaint.Th you nature of wet suit being for LIMIT 3 DOZ. PLEASE FIRST QUALITY HOSE IN BEIGE

IN ('HANEHY. MAE CKOFT. foreehiaur. of mort*.e recordedIn -.5

I RKBEJ "ANN N., 1161/P =NN N-gal' k: TO UKIKMITllk. DefendantNOTK : Official R Itrd.ot* ord. B.n Polk>k :M7 Countye'Inelda page SPRING TYPE 50-lb. TONE BROWN MIST, MIST
flU Public
pu.nt.ff.WILUAM . !. STATE: 09' FLORIDA IX 73C
.
covering: Boa
Ethel Ma Croft
1F' Lot t. Bhirli 1 Davenport Florida HARDWOOD16x56 TONE CINNAMON.
or
.
DENNIS/ % John TaylorRt
NELSON according to plat thereof (LIMIT 2))
4. Box 3U1
DoI.nd.nt.NOTCII
recorded In Plat hula a. P.*e.MSB .
: TO APrrAB: London, Kentutky Public Reoerda ololk
STATE OF FLORIDA TO Wll- You are hereby notuinl thai a Florida I : lufether with
Ham N.I..." Dennl. Rout. 4. Box ault for divorce hat been I liedMiainat Ih County following described Hun of
*
Kentucky or you In Ih. above entitled.
Mil I-oet Morehad Office Bas Ml Morehead. cane. and that you err bereborequired ami party permanently whlrh ar*moaned located aewait In HARDWOOD FRAME CHOCOLATEMALTED RUHPROOF ACETATE TRICOT
K to eerie a cot of )out of the Improvements on
UCif. hereby notified that a an.oer or other written deleniHuiwn -
You
for divorce haa been filedualnat Waller O Bell pluntifte, attorney : land: Healer MarlNo
.ult Water
byth. Plaintiff In the whose addrvaa I. ill Van Rheem ,,,ifHialar TAILORED BRIEFS
you H-4t t-D Prewav l
I4I :
and Skiver Building. Winter llaii-n "krhla .
above styled court. you are Model No 6M3>-4AWITNG89 .
ordered and required to file an app on or before the Win day of hand and lh seal DOOR MIRROR
..aranc*. ....w.r or other >''nBlv. Jun. IIM and before ui Immedlately of thla Court my at Bartow P
with the thereafter to file with the FOR LADIESREG.
cauee
In this Florida. thin mil day of MILK
\ tha h.ralnabov. deaMrnal. Clerk of the above styled i"urt the County
dhcourt. with a copy thereof to original of laid ."...er ur written May AD 'H'tloAN. JR.
Plaintiff or her attorney MortonJ defenaM. If any. Circuit Court
the ol the
Hanton "*'" Summerlla ACon- If you fall to do *o. tVcree pro Clerk Manta II Brtd. BALLS 39c
By
Poet Offlc. Boa TM. Winter Confers will be entered atalnt 97
nor Ha".". Florida OB or before the vth you' for the. relief' demanded In the May 21.Deputy Jun. 5.C'a II. J"INOTlrlC $
day of July. 1H4. to the Plaintiff. i umulalnlWITNaWS I and BRIDGE MIX
Complaint harem M.etlwrwla.;: .. my hand and official "" OF IIT..NTIOI TO
... eollf._ will ... entered seat of office al Bartow Is'Ik Oounty AITUCATHIN ro* riiAUllWHABUB .
d"" pro MASK
Florida this flat clay o( May : REG. 79c
:Trl&f'mila': and "ft\t'I.1\ 964.
"
or for$1
UTATI1 4
J IN RE:
D. H SLOAN JK
ot June 1M.
t h. cia, uorOJRSOLLJ:
seal Barlow on PoIII (bunt' 'Inrlda.'Wi Clerk Circuit ,',urn HELJN: *......
at P. H. SWAN JR. Dorothy Bum- WHOM IT MAY COM
Clerk of 'Ireult curt Deputy Clerk ALL
l..na I. U. I21., 1114 May :n 55. Jun t. It I 964 NotkN I. hereby. given! that w. REG. 3.99A 47CEVERYBODY'S

have filed our final report a* Esa.rotors
of Mtal. of HeUa Ieyy.I-
nll dec.a:.l: thai w. haw. nail Beautiful Decorator
WIGS? our petition for find dThJ2! EASY WASH, QUICK DRY
and that w. wB *t
/* """" W** .. .. Olamaueauaf Hav hail irubl.rJUM of Richard Polk A County Bmeooe., Ftorlda.ttwnlv Jadji. Accessory at an Unheardof WHITE PRETTY PASTELS

want I* b. **n hurl of the .am* and tar. *** din'haeee
Price! TO 8
iff Wlf are Tern fr a varltty *f tisane bya ... Eseeeun d tile MIa' SIZES 5
CANDY
.*,11 'rwn allwtik *f Ills t., ayOne d--4
wipe ...* la quality a*. ..", *rl4.. of tMm I..D. M.,. 155t.
Cell w Ynd. .... se N ear ........... ease N This let da yW Own a I IHAYIX
yea. e.... ., term W.JolIn J Turh aKxMutor ( DOWNrr SOUTHEAST PLAZAOs
NO MOMIT M DAn
WWTO> I II
Vanity Wig Salons DM2tM4.l of Helea, IngerwfLatate oosti 10 par

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