Winter Haven daily news-chief
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Title: Winter Haven daily news-chief
Portion of title: Winter Haven daily news chief
Alternate title: Sunday news-chief
Winter Haven Sunday news-chief
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Winter Haven Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Winter Haven Fla
Creation Date: April 17, 1964
Publication Date: -1980
Frequency: daily (except sunday)
normalized irregular
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Winter Haven (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Polk County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Polk -- Winter Haven
Coordinates: 28.034444 x -81.721667 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1948.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 11, no. 12 (Nov. 2, 1980).
Numbering Peculiarities: Sunday issues carry separate numbering scheme, <1973>-1980.
General Note: W.E. Rynerson, publisher.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 33, no. 30 (Nov. 1, 1948).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002079807
oclc - 01746535
notis - AKR8233
lccn - sn 96027366
System ID: UF00086748:00092
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Preceded by: Winter Haven daily news
Preceded by: Winter Haven daily chief
Succeeded by: News chief (Winter Haven, Fla. : 1980)

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.:', :' :j VOL. 51-No. 171 WINTER HAVEN ORIDA, FRIDAY, APRIL 17, 1964 PRICE FIVi ,

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Drive To Start October 1

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Hospital WinsAccreditation Citrus May Sponsor U.S. Olympic Boys Club To


Trials In Fight On SyntheticsORLANDO

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For 3 YearsThe Campaign

(UPI) The Flo A $750,000 advertising package at 14:12: INK with ..OHO alktttod
rlda Citrus Commission fightIng was presented tn the comma to national mila line aiiveettslnn At tk* United Fund meetkeg
Winter Haven Hospital, to regain markets lost alnce lion by Ita advertising agency yesterday afternoon the
million The Included speetll, The ( ommlsshin and Mutual .majkair of the fund drives for
about to launch a $3 S the 186S freeie! and h offset proposal .
building program today received rapid advances by synthetics! arrangements with the American )tolned in urging the Florida congrcssHinal feet tatremrlj important organiuttoM
la accreditation from heard a plan today to sponsor Broadcasting Co to sponsor delegation to take up in Winter Haven,
the Board of Commissioners of the televising of the U.s. Olympic the network's 18 special telecasts the fight to prevent a lowering. the plaster Haven Hospital and
the Joint Commission on Ac triala of the Olympic trials, of tariffs on citrus Import The the CKrua Center Boys Club
Malcolm Barnum vice president matter is I schedukni to come up was resolved
in Chicago
'redltaUon of Hospitals
announced The plan was expected to of the advertising agency, for discussion next month at a "I thoroughly understand
it by
... gain commission approval with said ABC had agreed to allow meeting in Geneva, Swllterland the Importance of tte Winter
--- - -- Melvin J. Arnold administrator
little debate the Industry to aim its commer Mutual said today. however. Haven Hospital and feel that
of the hospital The Citrus Commission. met vials at primary citrus markets that the Industry has done above' all else this drive must
END OF AN ERA Central School U slowly giving to at The accreditation la for a soceeed so at this time, apeak
way progress here today along with Florida and would allow no other bevt everything in Its power and the
I workers demolish the building that lervtd Winter H.ven IS tn educational Institution for three.year period. It was given Citrus Mutual The two groups rage commercials those mar fight must now be waged by the Ing tar the officer of the
49 years after an evaluation on last met separately then Jointly before kcta during the time period of conm' '-'h'nll> delegation. Buy Club, we will withdrawour
March 2 by Dr. John II. Irwin attending an agricultural the trhls TIMi" dinner honoring llol. petition to. hold our driveat
a field representative of the Industry dinner In honor of SenSpessard The television portion of the land way sponsored by a state this time, said President
Razing Of Central SchoolIs commission.The L Holland D.Fla advertising budget was pegged widi uhrxultural groups Ralph Thompson
accreditation la granted! W E. Rynerson, presidentof
I to ';(;pliilthro eh ut-!the nation the Winter Haven Hospital

only tf they meet the high Hears 12 In Board thanked Thompson and

Making fOld Grads' SadBy standards, which of the was Joint estib-Commission Rotary Compete Orange his ronalderat organixa lon for being ao

liaised several by The thought! had bean ex
years ago
THURSTON WILLIS sought a memento of their tary School. Mrs. Laughlin began the American College of Flip Austrian Youth Dessert Contest HereTwelve pressed that with the enormity
Staff Writer days at Central Elementary teaching at Central In alclana, American College of of both drives one for
and the other for
The red brick schoolhouse School. lit said that both wo 1928 Surgeons American Hospitil tMO.OOO
it lowly being demolished. and men had approached That'a progreia." she said. Association and American JBO.ooo, plus all the other
men finalists will compete teatanta, all women, reached
Tell Of Nation drives, even with the gift
and with iU demise go many him from the first day the demolition A teacher for 28 year, Mra Medical Association for mora than $10,000 in prices this phase though local area being spread over many years,
memories some fond and averted asking if they Laughlin recalled the early. The commission Is made up next weak at the Grand Champ.. and regional! competition. It would have been entirely
some lid for thousands Of might have one of the bricka days at Central when aha became of doctors who evaluate hoapitals tonahlp Finals of the All- More than .200 recipes were too much for the communityto
Winter Haven area people. But the" nd of the school a halftime principal according to the criteria Walter Gear!!, exchange atu Florida Orange Dessert Con e.Ured and Judged .Inc. the undertake
Built in 1915 at Central Av,. brought nd feelings of regret She said she was a principalfor of the commission with regard dent from Austria, spoke to lest, it was announced by the contest opened In mld-Jinuary. Te hospital drive will now
and Firat St. SW the halls of from Mri Elsie Laughlln, half the time and a teacher to various phases of operation the members of the Rotary Florida Cltura CommlaKlon 'I'M t finalists will prepare follow Its original concept of
this school) resounded to the who was principal from 144 for half the time Half of for the beat interest of club yesterday noon tolling The final will be held In their deaaerta for a blue ribbon starting around Oct. I. All of
heavy tramp of feet and gay to 1954 when she moved over Uu school day she spent the public them about the various ele Nora Mayo Hall next Tlmreday panel of ledges| In competitionice ,
laughter for 49 year. before to the new Brigham Elemen (Continued On Page T. Col, I) The head of the commissionIs menta In his native Iwul comparing and Friday. The twelve con prices that tnc"idn 'an 111-! (ontinued On Page T, Col. I)
e being considered too old |nd Dr Kenneth B, Babcock them with America electric kitchen for "the winner

too dangerous for further use "So many people of lethe Austria DeGaulle Holds\ deluxe All U electric women mole will receive The firs I County Cars

The modernisation pf Polk United fundFunds wrong through Impression stories, films knd prtte winner will also get a re- ,
Cbunty'a school and .
eseter-tredta,. bble \UII
lite of .., ..
the trend to suburban sites for aonga that.g IfY *J r heater dlspeiltl, dt h..
location of aehoolf spelled'the Aljotlgj' ease, bwTuia 1ltl?a tatlng. waJi_r, ,..nct.llt\mlltl. Trucks, Have
stand old Jadifl: doom. q :nr lone'PolicyUPO dryer *? 't! a '"
Thousands of yoamfiter in., "I BOTW w Impression Jeeond lacepl g.Ita o ortln'aIOft"
formal i r V of America frw moor less ( an vleetrlc waahei
the area began their Jr
To 18 Rl'J! ( President
education In this brick school t i Agencies the Mnir everyone sources was rOf ajrmflboaalre ( fthought ea d. Gaulle has mad it and dryer goes to the one who Safety BeltsPolk
places third. A portable dishwasher -
h o u. and unfortunately. fr oHewfd all the d. ke. wl501 retreat from
gum la fourth price These
there were other who ended t.1t.IIatCIIIIpoliti'" be
Allocation for the 18 agencies tiaM, smoked endless HgsrettOf sward Me In addition to thenfttee County Civil Defame,
their education in this lime I and drove notUng but ..... are nweeeary to keep
United Giv and other electric apptlancea > Director We Dunn of Winter
school house It was until the served by Independent 01 the
era' Fund of Lake Region Cadffiaea-obvkwely that waiHe I Kate. they CM tor reacfcutti Haven reported today thatvery
last few an elementary "
years wrong, i deli, llama 13 other valw and llrM,
were approved by the boardof : nationwide radlot.I.III.m.nt ...- county car
achool for grades
Hit country la completely able price will t* available toins
truck!: has been equipped with
Thursday night
directors yesterday I .
The announcement that it t hemmed in by other countries i winner.
seat belt
would be demolished brought Carroll Teeter chairman of and baa a population, of approximateiy Oaulle tmphaalaad suclaarbecause thai The en4at. .sponsored each\ The County Com mlutonordered
wants IM
e own
the budget committee, pre i
forth mixed reaction. Some seven million veer by the Commission In
there la no belts Installed on
were happy to tee the old anted the committee recom. people It la about the size ofjtath t that U. ,.protection would guarantee ooperalton with Florida Power Ounn'i recommendation last
structure disappear from the mendationa for the disbursement Carolina. and Light ; Mlamlii
ompany failureto
site France In the event of a month and noted thai
scene while some shed a tear i- of the 133.000 raised lathe "One of our greatest economic Soviet attack Power Corporation, It. use the belt would bv
or two. Some figured a newer ; k 1964 campaign to the forces la the tourist The general, continuing Mscsmpalpi "I'ataraburgi, Tampa llectrlci "grounds for immediate ",-
building would add to the attractiveness board business and we have approximately to reatore French company, Tampa; and Gulf pension."
of downtown Winter The Salvation Army leads S.S million rat* year grandeur silt he la determinedto Power Company, Pensacola.lenersl BtHa were Installed in the
Haven others haU to the list getting 121,713. The Alps mountain comprise make Francaa nuclear power ( tlectrle Company I* l tl two can today, accordl -
ace a half century old landmark t.. The American Red Cross it e large part of the nation and along with the United Watee also a cooperator Iii r to Cunn.
diiappear next with 121.447 some 3* per cent of our coun- Britain and Ruaala. He aid he Walter J, Pate, of tto eow. Oiinn has been working to

Claude Ridley. area supervising The Citrus Center Boys Club (Continued On Page T, Cat I) will boat Inflation al home, and mission staff. la coolest di gn survey programs set up
Continued On 7 Col 9)) rector
( Page will his fl 1 billion foreignaid .
principal laid that t* 1 press follow, In the various cities throughout
a Yr The finalists are a* (
program to Africa, Asia the Winter Haven
had received numerous requests county
M4 Joan
Mr* A. I. Brumage
to and Latin "" .rlca.De already has a safety council
for permission pur
Isabella aCurlla
ill. Dunedin Mra.
Gardens To StageShow C.uJl.Ind.pend.nt) poll. ;
chase deika, The Initialed fHarRoui.475 UB II.; Cunn laid.
desks were desired at suave cla, particularly regardlngun Mra. W. A Irwin Route 9, !!. haa written letters to
clear\ dtfmae and European In*
sir by some of th* former Boa 131, Penaaoola<< ; Mra F. M. taeh city' offering to help them
atudenta lie was unable to : For HusseinCypress French Ugratlon.Ud often r at have odds put with the. Heftdle*i Pout S, Boi LISA set up their\ safety -ouncll

oblige, the people the dub ry ... a Washington and other NATO OeaUj V'a, Henry J. M/n/ ce, TN council will be to promote ,
w---- --- safety amoung city anv
were removed some: time ago. .wl' Allies He has refused to Join Mar Rout., Jensen Reach: and
dardena has King HuateSn I of Jordan will\ pteyoaiKir !
However the demand been for A SOUVENIR-Anthony Rotate supervisor of the a program for a king's arranged taste be the guest of Mr and Mrs (Continued On Page_ 1. CM <) (Continued On Page T, Col 1)) ._._
bricks aa souvenirs has School Bob McKown circulationmanager
ruing, present
and Mr
Sunday when lib Majesty, Richard D Pope Sr
tremendoua Anthony Roaato. of the Newt-Chief, with a brick from the build on and Mra Dick Pope Jr
supervisor of the demolishingJob. ing. McKown. who started school there it one of the King Hiiaaeln and hi* retinue
estimated that he bllpa.ted hundreds of former students who have requested bricks Lions Elect which will include approximately
out over a thousand
II mementos. I IS persona who have accepted
bricks to former students who the invitation of Mr. and
Mrs Pope to visit the (

James Telford expect It am.n. .to arrive here at about ,

show will open with the 1
limes Telford, Lake Alfred famous Ko hler Brothers In a
mayor, was eUeted president series of trampoline etna!* al 7M
of the Lake Alfred Lions Club the edge of Lake .:...
.aMC last sight at the regular weekly Then an esmMlM of noraemsMMp
meeting, aueceodtof Lee John- win be staged bf a
lOG grew erf equestriennes to aloe
Other officer a elected are rill l Jeweled Arable .....m.* on
Karma Doyle, lint Vice preaIdea' Arabian humus for the Middle
Don ftoMnsca, aecond East monarch and Me .m ur-
vice prcetdmt; C. A Wrlgm, age Y
third vice president TomCrlf* The next f.....,. of the apeeta -
fla. aeeretary;; AlRottae.treaa* ) show wial be a aya.hroni( dunderwater
r rer Yarn Brian tall twtu... iwtmmMig. ballet. by
MIIt.rwrW.co George; $ ......, MSsataa* tall am****? star and the Cypress
hrtater tarn Drrtto,boa tamer; Oardena ekaasfioaMi I* tnaAqateraaw
fiord Huralcvti ass/aaa/ Uotaraer pool
and director C. $ The .rldfasM4. A<..I"'IId.
Long for OM yo.,, Hare Use w* dsa.ane.ra.e ayraaaid' Nuildg -
sad Oren Thanes, toe 'tin.I mg-lb. ad finale! of evenwa4r
I IutaUa..81 be Md. on 0..... ski ..... di
1 .et1 eti Ladles HigM actetMMlM-.MIS ............ ..4 .d*f skiing
aMa.ve... alt aa taw IMC AqrVMM .
[i uses .o H to .f sl. tile anal *f n CMf
COM*****) eusd al she Uttte .. : eears.Y1 perfrtte -
Lug.. baa. park tM .ee.go. VW the mel of lime .A1IIn.-; d)
.eeb tar elite ...... .... Mae W*.. AII..I i MI boa icasamm 1I
-"' lies, Jay aatf As... fwraorM prretats* mterVMM. I
,,-... -' Talked ...... << dw Vaawiia4 Mat wail. 5.. rerutmC&r i I Ir
...... a.-. reper.ea $1,145 .ar4 .a Water g*
+H *
tot ..*.. .. ale.gveseasoe .
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ft.. rest W swvMMSmMr
\ Ie the reds a .pak- aid Mw ..... MM MMMn MCMttftS COWf NTION\ ICXNO d'gM' *".MI'.f the WI..e, Haven High

.fa podMm h. te4vatwst idle till Iseca M bagel, L.beeS iii' Labial K*, C*.fc, o.oo.3..*.4 ..>p rasa .1' v: L."to' and o taeeeb.r of ii'. aooosoetofKJ.M

:!. I 1N..ts. d a ukr.1 ..... Idea ttesawr.a ... Me ,..... CM. oW T"...". .y fee <*e 0.-,1 Key CW e..vessoa. a J..kao..viHo. Tko
l t' > Do.tteaASranersgg."lh.Wry as4 thtet the i4eNrr. vIM Masneeuad I Ck4: .lies entered o MMttoo *.Nl ko0 4 era JI Sebsbw pregeae .U H o MctUyit "

e autd. >e.e lit Parka 0..4 *i.ho oH J....

AN OLD LANOMAXJC. C.* rel A**, ES......" SC...., ... fca If If. deal ofCo as to Co a aJMa C. ...........set. hie y...aM ertasre 15145..tit. ..((.,. St.
4rl and Soco and St. far West. keH ...+..,. TVon****** of yovftfttor. leased rHoiiK ...,. aa.ptee.I. .. ....... poor bad Sote, lo...., tfc Peal M,.n W. O Jm... fec-'ty tpeesoe aid Myles Wilkift.
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Friday April 17. 1964

i Johnson's Nuclear W. Morelood a Weekend Fish Fries, Rallies


Program- Said Too At 62; On Tap For Governor HopefulsBy

GENEVA (UPI-Some otfi. sties and

dais at the IT.nation disarm Soviet In Citrus yr United Prefllllt ..Uoaal l brothers here in the state" Burns called his terms a
men! conference said today Candidates for governor truck Mathews JM it i I. time for mayor of Jacksonville only "m y

they think President Johnson's the plan Ward Moreland. a. off on their .>wn again \today action by the chief executive on apprenticeship" for the govr
nuclear freeze proposal may be the 421 Second St., NW, died + after an appearance together such crucial matters as expanding nor's job and Slid he Would
too ambitious for immediate vide afternoon at his 1 before a major ladles' group, the university system and take to Tallahassee with him
*:ast.West agreement ment" alter lengthy DI and with a reminder that any preserving public beaches and the experience he has gainedrunning III
The U S proposal, presented! bring a (iharKet they make against opponents parks but said promises which a big city.
in detail at the conference from had betterbe fulfilled will not
now on can not be
existing WM a citrus fruit dealer Miami Mayor High said hcandidacy
Thursday, calls for halting pro. give the fleet of truck charges they've uaed before. solve the problem ".. separated >
operated a
> uction of all long range mis- control ollowing the slumping today, "It is not in the power of any
the other became I have
to retiring because of a platform
Soviet the usual weekend rallies and governor to push a magic but-
of '
health. principle rather
fish fries the schedule had too much of than
are on Ln. We have
was a native of Romnef, a platform of propaganda
No InjuriesIn lor many of the candidate aa sacking bead in \the sand and
asked Vi, and moved from there large war chests have been
the campaign heads into>> mealy-mouthed buck passingIt'
Winter Haven In 1924. poured into the
campaign in
the type 1 final two weeks time to flab or cut bait, "
in the wu a member of Bey- Thursday, all six of the Demo- Mathews said special interests

Car CrashA the Memorial Methodist I cratic candidates and Goldwat- Karl outlined an education There i II "a conspiracy bo
; Oxford Sunday Class; er Republican Charles Ifolley of program proposing better pay tween the special interests and

37-year-old Winter Haven would be Haven Scottish Rite St. Petersburg appeared before for teachers more and better against the people" High
; Winter Haven Lodge the Florida Federation of junior
i textbooks an enlarged charged.
man, Sterling Krueger Long, F & A. M.
Tampa Con-
2401 C ; Women'a Clubs for fiveminutetalks. college program, and more emphasis Kelly promised not only in
Av* NW, escaped un For former member of the
on getting leading educators name a woman to the Boardof
harmed this moraine when the will be Haven
car be was driving overturned Auxiliary Fire .a"w Iwa waY sea..ww.A At the same time, the candidates and scholars to the stite. Control but to appoint a commission
to work
honorary member of
just north of Winter Haven. proposal ; Sheriff Association "Ton may have bought size four loot time you were in, but were reminded from Tallahassee Dickinson also promised to to study the status of
State Trooper Charles Helm If the of the Viertel ; tee shop are for yourself aren't_they" that under state law work for better public schools women, ss other states her(
Cox- Bowl.
said Long wa* driving north it would team. they are prohibited during the and universities but harped done.
01H", 17 between Winter clear Area Deaths final IS daya of campaigningfor especially on road-building lie He also called himself "the
Haven and Lake Alfred and li survived by his widow, Turnpike May the May 5 first primary said many of the deaths and only businessman: candidate .
when he attempted to turn left fication Ruby B. Moreland a from making charges they have injuries In the state are due to He said his record was "punt
onto Cherry Rd. he lost con- could at Brigham Elemen RICHARD A. HUDSON not made previously The 18- poor roads and he promised a tuated with fiscal conservatism
tel School; a daughter Mn. Richard A. Hudson, month- begin today and of road improvements ...1 have
trol of the car. The vehicle day period 25'year program demanded a dollar"
said. C Campbell of Salina, old son of Mr and Mrs. James violation of the law is misdemeanor "
crashed Into a telephone pole Get RestroomsTALLAHASSEE a worth of every dollar spent
and rolled over. But ? two listen, Mrs J. S. E. Hudson of 3444 Ave. E, NW .
Helm said $1,000 damage aid Is of Winter Haven, and died suddenly this morning at Among the Democrats Thursday .
was don to Long 19(3 model tional S. H. Stone of Charles- Winter Haven Hospital. (UP!) --The Sen. John Mathew of
car and $50 damage to the viet W. Va; a brother E. O. Besides his parent he is survived State Turnpike Authority has Jacksonville criticized wild pro.
pole. tories of Romney; four by two brothers JamesA. called for estimate of the cost miser by his opponents; Rep

Long was charged with peed sites to Dean, Cindy, Hudson Jr., and Michael of placing restroom in the Fred Karl of Daytona Beach .
too great for condition, said )' and Holly Campbell, Wayne Hudson, one sister, Mil service station on the extension made a strong pitch for his
of Salina; four nephews dred Lorraine Hudson; paternal of the Sunshine Parkway. education program; Fred O
two niece grandmother Mrs Letaie Th authority asked for the Dickinson talked about his road

services win be held Hudson; and maternal grandparents estimates Thursdayaflermem- program, Jacksonville Mayor
I You Your Child
the Laugblin Funeral Mr. and Mrs. R. T. ber Hugh Dowllng asked consulting llaydon Burns cited his recordas
Chapel Monday at J'JO: Wysong, aU of Winter Haven engineer C. H Petersonto mayor; Miami Mayor Robert

By DAVID NYDICK In a with the Rev. Leo King, Funeral services will be held confirm reports that gas King High denounced a "con
UPI Education Specialist ants of Beymer Memorial at S p.m. Sunday at the Crisp stations planned for the extension spiracy of special interests"
Many parents now ire considering helpful. Church, officiating Funeral Home Chapel with the would not have restroom and Sen. Scott Kelly of Lakeland -

summer camps for part of a will follow in Lakeside Rev. James L. Knight, pastor of facilities. promised to Install a
Peterson said it true but
their children. There are several with Park. the Lake Shlpp Baptist Church was woman on the State Board of
added that facilities
Important considerations have the will be R. D. officiating Burial will follow In were available Control if elected.
before final decision is made. part of a C. H. Ortt, Lee Wil- Lakeside Memorial Park. in nearby the restaurants at llolley attacked "16 years of
( ., J. S. Turner Jr., and stops along turnpike, which under Democratic
These involve evaluation of the ing home Friends may call this evening will eventually run from Miamito broken promises" -
child's needs ** well n what a tention T. Dlcklnaon. and tomorrow evening Wildwood. Dowllng said that governors starting with
particular camp program can both pallbearers will be from six to nine at the Crisp restroom In stations was Gov. Fuller Warren, and said
offer Brewer, E. D. DeTienne, Chapel. gas "the people are tired of this
service that should be
Some childen can gain a In I Arnuriui, W. C. Kinney for motorists willing to provided paytolUto drift into socialism and the love
great deal from a camp exper. portant F. T. Oiler Dick Wilde use the limited access high affair between the socialists in Tli. Amtrlc N tinl link *f Cypmt
ience while others would benefit stand I Dixon Bob Paul, E. E. JARVIS FIELDS Washington and their little Gardens' wu first t* brine lykvrbin banking
more by spending the summer away to Bob Owen, Cliff Jsrvls Fields, 66, of 118 way Ce Winter H.v.... W. art happy I. trv the
ther Sr. John Boland L. B. Wahneta died .tn"VM people! .f Winter Hu... by bringlf -
with their families The Fourth St., E, ,
answer Involves the child' personality will Julian A. Johnston suddenly Thursday afternoonat JP Named Health Center (. them the l I.t.it In banking faciiieb..

Interests, age, home addition Htgan Parrlah, Louis the Winter Haven Hoipltil.
situation, and neighborhood. able if A. F. Swift, VIe He was i native of Evarts, TALLAHASSEE (UPI) Attorney
A child who loves sports, could be John Q. Stanford and K,., and moved to Wshneta Lanas Troxler was appointed -
other children and is generally tire Park, from Harlan, Ky. 21 yean Justice of the Peace in Goes To MiamiWASHINGTON

self sufficient probably will The ago. He was a citrus worker, Duval County's fourth district

love camp and gain a great Will Street Chatter a veteran of World War I, ands Thursday by Cov. Ferris (UPI) -.TWO
deal from it A child who dislikes friend YORK: (UPIBache) member of the Plain Truth Brvsnt federal agencies have selected

sports and tends to be If notes that low price Church In Pasadena, Calif. Troxler succeeds J. W. Jones Miami a* the test site for a If yea "... a flutncl! ....* *.w *>r In the
loner may find camp distasteful child isauei which have He Is survived by his widow, who was suspended after being program to furnish health,education n..r fats.. why *...'t yea drop by the
1t.* possible that tie could bom. favor temporarily have Mrs. Rosa B. Fields of Wan chargedtwitai.takiog bdbea: ;a "and w.Uar..Mrvlee* to MMMVy A.*ck. N.|M| Saab t,' Cf-r*..
benefit from campaign but this quick to "flxile. nctavfour tonu,'lUrry- Lee protect: a f aimbltng I opwatioq,iu" sensor cUlien 'With Jaw In- 0>.rM mad ..*.....It with *.* *| tfc* .ff|.
will depend upon his own atti many UNCHMNED"D. brokerage hove advises Fields of Burbank,. ,!CiW..v, bis4Uetr'le 'n z '.tNfl ,*. I., ; fomes. ..,. .
tude. If h* would Uk.AlO{ try Unities > to continue Jo con. Sgt. Clarence Fields U. S. Announcement of th. "Con-

camping, he could lesrivmuch, might on selected: Issues in Army stationed In Germany Quote From The News certed Services Demonstration
If he is liven encouragementby at home. assumption that "well Steve Fields and Douglas Pat. Off. Project" was made Thursday
U.S. )
the counsellors and attendsa investments will fare Fields, both of Wahneta; seven Press International by Secretary of Helth, Education
camp which emphasizes some In a market which points daughters Mr. Allen Brooks By United Viet Nam Secretary and Welfare Anthony J. ttNC
activities to match his In : ." of Lake Wales Mrs Evelyn Celebrezze and Housing and 11
terests. H* may like sleepIng camps McDedlbltt of Albany, Gs, of Stat Dean Rusk, to a Home Finance Agency Administrator -
outdoors, music, etc. Find out Mrs. Rodha Demello of Bound crowd of South Vietnamese who Robert C. Weaver.
AII. ID Important factor. A which & McKlnnon says brook N J., Mrs Louise. greeted him on his arrival: At least 1,000 person with
day camp i II more desirable for er the despite bouts profit- Hall of Albany, Ga Mrs, "You will have peace here in an annual Income of less than AMERXCAlV
the younger child ranging Relate which have depressed Glnny Lane, Miss Hider Fields this beautiful country when Hanoi $1,500 will be Involved In the NATIONAL
stocks the market DANK
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camp should not be considered In any Lawrence Fields of Evsrts Bryant and Miami and Dad
buttressed by a con
much before age T or 8. Of camp and James Fields of Dallas, County officials,
bright business out-
course, this depends on the individual Tex.; a sister, Miss Rodha
for at least the rest of the
child. Some may be and Fields of Evarts; and eight
It notes that the strong
ready at age S or 6 while er feel grandchildren.
other would not be ready until away groups Include vending ma Funeral arrangements are
saving and loans, and
age t. ed that He he Incomplete later and by will Mitchell be announced HAVENDALEMAKESHIPPSHELL I

den and Funeral Home.CHARLES ,
from the Heller & Co. says .

be both a "generally favorable ,
I even in the far of a Charles Clinton Francisco,
ATTORNEY rail strike and the 78, of 1945 Eighth St., SE
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to believe that the In December 1963 He was a ,
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upward." eran of World War I, and a
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SUNDAY and ,1111 Lodge of Indianapolis
He I I. survived by a daughter
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head of the Houston .
Winter Haven.Funer.l.fnlce.
o TODAY C and Supply Co.. says will be held SPRING SERVICE SPECIALSOur

thnisSATURDAY J\} said and sex although do not adults-mix. from Home the In Shelbyvllle.Murphy Funeral Ind. I

movie still at II a good
next Tuesday Burial will follow -
of popcorn the young-
SEE ACADEMY In Forrest Hill Cemetery
remain the bent
PATRICIA NEAL lEST In ShelbyvllleOtt Get Offer
Friendly Acquainted
Laughlln Funeral HomeIs
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charge arrangement
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Sidney J. Dig.. OM tile 11 Marth 17. of Wausau Wit. indsei
men burned Tuesday wham I I f-e e' ittlb.t. won the American. Legion na.
rocket ignited during an indoor liens oratorical contest Thurs
teat died today at Cap Canaveral day and was awarded first
Hospital priit of a $4,000 college scholar
Dig .-,ear-old engineer e. toad
for Bali Brothert lUanrch place and a tt.SOOacholaraalp
Corp.. Boulder, Cote, was went to Christopher '
burned over hit entire body Kenny, 11. of Norwood, Maas
when the third stage of a Dele leak Third priaa a $1.090 scholar
rocket spewed white hot flames skip west to Gary D. PrkMia !

and gases throughout the feet 14, oll..m. Tax, and Donald
facilit,. L. Burnett Jr., 17. of PocaWto
The apace agency said L. D. Idaho won fourth place and a } i. ,,
Cabal SI. also a BaU Brothers $500 scholarship III
engineer from Boulder remained .5NdW GOt' 4ffo 4 Up
in critical condition today C
with severe body burnt \ I
One other man was critically .SNowcR { q-ii-6y Bryant Gets
burned during the mishap. He r'
was J. W Fatiett 30, Merritt + r ,
THUNDERSHOWERS AND SNOW-Most of the nation will b* plagued with thun. I

Island Fla who? a ia space now hospitalIzed agencytechnician dershowart today with the Great Plains, Mississippi and Ohio Valleys, the Great Lakes First Copy

in Brooke Army Hospital, Region, the Southwest and Gulf Stats taking the brunt of the rainy weather. Snow Is
in San Antonio Tex predicted for the Rockies. Fair weather with above average temperature are forecast
for the rest of the nation
VOTE FOR Farris Bryant was presented
Florida Zones TemperaturesBy the first copy Thursday of "Flo
through tomorrow. High
Fro"cIs u PIPKIN, | today in the mid-80's. Low railed Press International rids Preas." a compilation ofm.p. ,; ,
., pictures, statistics and
Panhandle tonight in the low 60'a East lAw Illgh .. 1
County Cornmllllo..r.D Partly cloudy and mild today to southeast winds 10 to 20 Albuquerque . 44 111 information about the state 1 ,
I.trlct tonight and Saturday miles per hourtoday. Saturday Atlanta . .. . 50 T5 Bryant in accepting the first Ii
1H. pot, Adv. High today 76 to 82, low to- 5 to 10 miles per hour Birmingham . ..18 11 copy from University of Florida i1 \ fku. "
President J. Reltx said
night 56 to 64 Mostly southeast Wayne .
Boston . . . 42 85 }-
the atlas, first of its kind Is
hour.winds 10 to 20 miles per FiveDayForecast Chicago . .. .,. 63 13 "the most significant volume on 'J

Cleveland .. .. . 54 86 Florida .
North ever published"Youth .'
CentralFair Denver .. . .. 36 11 .to" ,
through Saturday High Detroit .. .. .. . 51 10 ,
today In the low mid-80's
or ,
Five day forecast for peninsular Jacksonville . .57 80
low tonight in the low M's East
to southeast winds 10 to 20 Florida for period beginning Kansas city .. 63 14 ChargedIn i
miles per hour today and Saturday 7 p.m. tonight and ending Los Angeles .. 56 T1 # ,7r
and 5 to 10 miles per 7 p.m. Wednesday: MIamI . . 14 II
hour Temperatures will average Miami Beach .. 16 71
tonightSoutheast normal to 5 degrees above normal Twin Cities . 52 88 Auto DeathST j

Partly cloudy through Saturday Normal maximum 80'., New Orleans . 57 111
High today low 80's, low normal minimum upper 50's New York . 51 14
Starspangledsavings tonight near 70 Easterly winds north, 80'. and low 70's south Orlando . . III 13 I s
10 to 20 miles per hour, becoming Minor changes except possibly Philadelphia 50 13 PETERSBURG (UPI) Owr ArthM breed fM s>l( Lp. t tOw
Saturday&Aitli a little cooler extreme north Phoenix . . 115 16 Freddie McDougsl. 21, of St .
southeasterly stale U4 < .
plan about Sunday night or Monday Raleigh . . 49 71 Petersburg, was charged Thursday krwij r(hmlM bye.Also.

Fair through Saturday High Precipitation light or of little St. louis . . 14 ae with man,!,ueht.r In the .. r
Most of us think about the future today 80's, low tonight consequence except possibly for San Francisco . 68 81 traffic death Wednesday night: la".1 Psipelee eeyes sad sent 41hens.
In terms of paying off the mortgage midM'a upper East to southeast local amounts along the south Seattle . . S4 54 of local police officer James A, tee. "... .......
educating the children providing winds east coast and. Tampa 51 ae Krupp ails. 9.7. ht, r.1/. I.5. -,
10 to 20 miles hour
a retirement income per toot ...... 5.11 shun ,Is aos.hl.g. ,
But with the world the way it It Keys ."1,., eo Mlill eaters. r k i
today, its almost impossible to Partly cloudy through Saturday .Ise 17,1,1.16,1,5.
make plans for your own future Few scattered showers TODAY'S GRAB BAGSPOT .y RUTH RAMSIYC
without considering the future of High today low 80's, low tonight *,,fr.l Press Writer, silo. .

your country, loo. 70 to 75 Northeast to THI ANSWER QUICXI Of AMIOUISI THI NAMIFor fleer and nine cadsta. I..h.l. P.tyneui,5. saves ..d nets
When you buy U. S. Savings east winds 15 to 20 miles per L Who composed the Today It has an authorised .....v a she. ... T.s, bias. .......
Bonds, your money Isles on both hour becoming east to southeast TauafT opera { I i strength of WOO eadata and occuplea \ lee '.1'. ,.,.,,1.'. t.".
Jobi It grows to build your financial Saturday. 2. What nation cornea to mind W a tract of more than W....._relies u..11 ...... oat aNiipsd
strength when the following are mentioned I IS.000 acres It hu IU own hos- get Aid, 611,l,5. a'I'
Sam At the watch same time. It helps Uncle New Director : Chow main, haggle, vodka. pltal. churches, school light and
Iecurity.Why. over our peace and ,. Bake T water plants, police and Ore da* 1 sr
WASHINGTON (UP!I-Frank 5. What .U a muezzin partmenta, welfare and rcraUonal .
not give your savings dol. 4. What 19th century French faclUlUa. The entire community w
lars this double assignment? You'IIhe Mankiewicx, Peace Corps rep author i* conaldered to b the number some 7,000persons. ""
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joining millionn of totenciin s-asentativeita'Peru, has been *
seater of writing T < ra d A' ,rl.y W l/ .' *; *" Pf -. H
families who are invcuimf" In their named the director" of the part li .? f\jt ? V
6. In what Inland t* Sine all cadets are working! >*>
country feel u pretty future-good-and about you'll: it prob.ably Peace Corps' Latin American VlaterT toward OIl same profwlon. few asM i C'w, ** t
region elective courses ar offered. In
//1 easy to bin. Sailnft Rondo on Msnklewlci will be responsl 111IRNIAlO classes of 10 or II they study
lilt Pat'roll Plan Mark
xirrrou ble for the in 17 Latin mathematics languages, history .
A HO Bond emit $17.SO. a 17} program /,. arfc economy > alteaya /
American countries where 2.450 economics government,
Bond S.M.15. and you run buy "'ttt-B'1Ilom..,
turns in in\lallmtnn only a volunteers now are serving, chemistry, physic, nglnrlng, .ENI
Ira dollar a par tI"". Or bar Peace Corps Director R Sar aviation, ordnance basic tactics,
them outright al hank No Shriver said WATCH YOUR LANGUAGE military science and military
any gent ThursdayThe ...
i barge for ilir 11'1(''. new director succeeds Jack FRIPPERY (FJUPrl).- .....':;;.u law-all subjects which futuregenerals
Hood who noun; flnery in dress, especially; more than 150 yens, must know.
Vaughn has been I gray-clad cadets have marchedIn What and where I I. this spot
when tawdry; empty display or
Keep freeiiH i. your future with appointed U.S. ambassador to oatantaUon; trifles. Take from precise: column on this I of fame

Panama_ the French wooded promontory overlooking (Name at bettom *f column)
The Florida Alcoholic Reha the Hudson River 80 mile J::.. ,'Wlt t 't'I. I'

A' .... .. .. 1..,,, bilitatlon Program estimates I north of New York City Here YOU. rUTUMGains ... .. .. ,..; \._ "''' ,
la. 1 "" ? N 01." .nl pas'
,",. .uh..."."... 11., rr.unr.xrn v.,..., that only about three per cent IT HAPPENED TODAY too, have trained the nation
.. .. through a new etrprlM >
/ "/cur. 14,1. Oa this date la 15X1, Martin brilliant military tacticians and
of alcoholics U
the S
( ;:';,,:.:''';:.:' ';:: r" ;:':;:'."," ':'f.\ skid row" in are the Luther was ut'OIIUIIuDlcate4trona ) r.neral.-Grant. Le Perching, or advertldac ar moatprobable ;J" '1
types dispelling
...",,,.., ,; old attitude that all alcoholics UM Holy Roman Catholic Eisenhower MacArthur and .tro..IIJe4.. Taday'a child win t* ,II. : Mom's favorite, now bettor t than over, fi" .
Church after he refused t* ad. others
Ire bums. salt t* charge of heresy On Jan 20 1778 troopa of ,,1 thanks to Enka ZantreP plus cotton I f'Insr: iY I
the young American republic HOW-0 YOU MAlta olin .' : : ;
REELECTSHELliEY occupied the strategic plateauto I
K5RN TODAY control river traffic. They 1. Charles Oounod. $I"" Denim means long wof but now long,weorlng denim loot !
BOONE rbmnctor lob P. Morgan, have been there ever since. A* > China, Scotland Russia. t ; better, performs belle, feels beHer That's becawi our' own .'. i

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-Winter- Haven Daily News-Chlef I Washington Television In ReviewBy Letters To

' W. I. RYNIRSON. Hlter-PoUlther' Project Alert

JOHN W. RYNMSON. Atilttent to Mil PoWleherPuMltked .." the
RICK Ml BROW Also dealt with were The

dolly (e.c.pt Seturdey by H.. Whiter HeoonFwMltlilng I United Frees hriereaMeital moves to put health head Editor
Street, N.W.. Winter Ham Hejcteo- MAJOR Al USAR EL WindowBy pscks;
t I Co., Inc.. 'lit.. Ird ... By HOLLYWOOD (UPI) The warnings on cigarette .
-- ..
who felt die surgeon Dear Editor: :
about thew
enerel most sifBtflcart thing
CHAlLIS OOSHORN---- _- __ __ MeoefelJACK J: Analyst Wednesday n I g h t' I CBS-TV eral's report did not answer aU I read .ftls town has ,

d If AHAN AueeletePiTtR IEter. LYLE C. WILSON study of the aftermath of the questions; and the quest for curious reader who belie"
-- 18 THE UNITED STATES Mote: To Inelttdo INS the. United Preee InternatJoHalThe cigsrettes. because his church
..fe. wants
general's' report on ,
hi... ..
AdvertWnt surgeon
J. SULLIVAN '' House Representatives..
USING U.S. hind there was
AMASMNATION AS had given the Dominic the tact that On the one One-World Government \0
--- smoking is simply
NATIONAL ADVMTIWMe RtPRtStNTATIVt A MEANS OFIMPLEMENTING government u million U. S. this. week laid" a new |l billion it aired. the prominent advertising man doubt his church is a mess

Shonnon I Aiteeletei, Inc = '_ Cltl...., M OUR dollars tar the military, and burden on the humpbacked U.S. Most was of the solid material in whose agency refuses to handle her of the National o'ounrll, ,;
--- --- ""': FOREIGN POLICY 80 million u. S. dollars for MMeeoOMlc taxpayer sad there .has been accounts; and on the of Churches.. that is
ht.reSt"4; elm Mall Metter "M. e, Itt4 .l the .Poet OtflaoIn the one-hour "CBS Reports"program cigarette Con\
etruc..... heard, so far, no peoples' shout
MANION FORUM (How figure controlled
Winter Hovon. Florida, under act ., Marsh 2. II7T WEEKLY eon had already been other, the top advertising muniat and mi:,
BROADCAST NO. of this of protest. to condemn
M.reh Christie
felt It was wrong
-- ---- but who
InTueedayAp etlSiIIBirue dealt with in depth is print
29,1964. (Part 1.) DEAN MAN. stated If that Is government economy cigarette advertising as a One world government

: MEMIER AUDIT BURIAU ION: "Ver)' recently, in ewit-. of the News-Chief.) It .Is of a new type alto the look network that did study not spare waj the a tough role. wholeIn means there can be no morn

.*. OF CIRCULATIONS Inc book was published In this gether. What the House did was of television advertising in the sddition Leroy Collins, Initiative, no more lndcp<.n.

country describing the life and peas without record vote the furor. president of the National Association deuce, no more Individutlm

death of Generiliailmo TruJillo 1966 fiscal year appropriations considers the enor of Broadcasters, who We would be regimented!

MEMBER who rued: the Dominican Re. Today'sCommentary for the departments of Labor When one of that has long warned hit colleagues from the food we ate to the
Active Member moue amount money
UNITED PRESS INTERNATIONAL public with an Iron hand for and of Health. Education and about making smoking commercials entertainment that would
EDITORIAL United .Preit li ent.tled to the cigarette advertising pays to lit
NATIONAL Tie ute Welfare (HEW). The bill
more than 30 year pro appeal to youngsters, allowed, we would
also not u
ASSOCIATION for republicotlen of all Uctl nowt .printtd vided television, and when one bt
in this oewipeper" tl ..11 tt til UPI' What make this story unii uil : considers the sensitivity all was heard. And so was George allowed to dissent to my r.
IU4 Newt Ditpetchet.i and sensational li I la:: Invol For Labor, $83.9 million; for around in video circles about V. Allen president of the Tobacco decisions made for us and jf '

vement of the United StaUii IIEW $6.2 billion. For the La becomes Institute, who objected to we did dissent we would be
it no .
the matter, i
ADVERTISING DEADLINE Government with the reign of bor Department, that la up small achievement I that: the very title of the "CBS Re candidate for the firms I
By the Word: I P.M. Proviout Diy. By the Inch I P.M. .....ltII. Dty. Trujillo and finally at an accea- By GEORGE I, MARDER 1193.geted million to be over what Is bud Wednesday night's show was ports" program : "Cigarettes: A squad of the One-World got \

Legel Neticei I P.M. .....1.". D.,. Sunday Edition Doedllnoi Friday airy to hi* ......In.tloll. The United Press Internatlmul spent In the cur hard-hitting. Collision of Interests" lie feltit ernment.
author of the book, Gen. Arturo rent 1964 fiscal) year. HEW forfiscal misleading "good I this
DISPLAY DEPARTMENT! WASIIINGTON (UPISOme "CBS Reports" previously did gave s.. hope curious Reader i
Sunday Idition-1 P.M. Th.ridev! Mondey Edition-1 P.M. Frldoy R. Eipaillat, was a close Republican I In d e d citiiens 65 Is up $903 million prolr.m- about the teen-age guys" ana bad guys? implica- will think this over. !

Tueidey. Edition-Noon Seturdcyt Wtdntidty, Thursday end FrIday and confidential aide of Trujillo have started an election-year above fiscal 64. In that HEW smoker.a And the fact that! a tion. 100% Patriot to t S.A. I
Editieit; -I P.M. Two Dtyi In A ...ce. tar 20 years, serving bulge are large sums of money
among pitch aimed at voters who prefer network went ahead and put on

Member Southern N....,."., Publlihert Atteclotion other things a* his director of' the middleaf-the-road. form sought of from Congress In the such examinations as that one CBS-TV has had a change of 11111.1'

Member Flerldi ..,... Association Intelligence and Chief of h I 11 The drive comes from so or.ganiration mental requests for supple and Wednesday night's can only heart about the title of one of AW CIIORI.H.SLAS
Secret Police. He remained known as the Republican appropriations. This televisionas VEGAS fttv (UPli'
reflect favorably for shows for next
SUBSCRIPTION RATES faithful to the: dictator means they are in addition to Its The shapely
to the chorus
Citizens Committee Critical girls of
whole In the mind. it
h Ctrfltr tr Mtil the basic s public season. The series which was "
Y..", ".20; 4 ", o..lh., ft.lOi' I months (4.16: I month, fl.SSg, bitter end and after his i.suilnatlon Issues Council headed by 1964 fiscal appropriation for the Ideally It should not be considered : to have been known as "Yours gambling city are the \\ml),, ,

weekly, II ce.... Single. Copiei Dally, I contii, Sunday, 10 ...t., went into exile.I Dr. Hilton Eisenhower, brotherof U year unusual for television to Danny Taylor,' and paid in the world according :u r
Congress had Truly,
hive been waiting for General honoredthese the American Guild
the former president.The of Vauc,
tackle head-on a matter of pub. dealt with :
a reporter
TELEPHONE CY,.... 1.2ItI I Eipaillit to show In requests for supplemen- which Artists.
up committee Is a political lic Interest-on any subjectbut retitled simply "The
has been
Isis to the 1964
this country where I could Interview descendant of the citizens' appropriations, They
get $ltS
the charge would hive under the present system Reporter. That's what it was week fw! 14
him for the Minion groups which worked for the against the current fiscal been that la unfortunately the caae. In the first place until someone shows in six days or $167 33 I,

A Thought For Today"But Forum radio but and television audiences election of Eisenhower on the thereby making fiscal 1965 year look "CBS Reports," by the way, Is apparently saw too many old 14 shows in a full 7-daj w> ,.It,

apparently our assumption that there were vot also planning a program about television. AOVA said.
proportionately better. movies on
That I.a Is
State Department doesn't In ers who might go for moderate television ratings

my God hall (liberally) supply all your tend him to enter the Unled GOP principle, but not for the called form South of what American sometimes book.Is Wednesday. night's hour centered -

need, according to Hit richer in glory by Christ Jesus," States general Consequently In Canada, I locatedthe I take party The, council's first pitch was keeping, I baffling device as "the social on what, political CBS described and economic as ON YOUR TELEVISION DIAL

confusing the old
PhiL 4:19 you now to Ottawa, Canada, In the form of a statement on as carney conflicts generated by BClMMMlt

Through Christ we have grace to do that which where my daughter, Marilyn la Panama what to do about It game of guessing where the the surgeon general'a report." WDIO-TV WFLAwm.TY WTYf-I"
pitchman hid the pea. Churned. Ckairael, t Christ. U I
conducting Interview with
is and Him an now and for the next quarterof Cut The various sides of the matter CIS NBC ABC CIS
good, through we must expect the rewardof the General. Congress did not honor
s century.The were given considerable Orleawe Te.,. Orteaee Teinse
the supplemental
it. -Dr. Albert L. Carnett MARILYN MANION: General requests as
council U made ot
up time, but In its underlying tone
Espiillat, if your story bread what Dr. Eisenhower calls Re. Instead they were addedto there seemed little doubt where NIGHT Aprilllh00News
President Johnson's Friday
and believed by Important estimate ?
It the program stood overall in
of HEW's ,,
1965 needs, the
people In the U. S.,1 thinkit
could be among Its membership whole adding up to $e.2. That the conflict Newt, Spoils, Newt, Weather ...1.. Ntwi
Influential In
News Chief EditorialsWhat very such prominent Republicans as There were brief visits to W.tth.r .. Seeds
reversing tide of sum represented s $500 million |l-Si>.,+., Wider Editorial Sp' W'Ihe
Communist Adm Lewis Strauss, one-tlme reduction from the $6.7 billion areas where tobacco-growing Is 4.19. -CIS Newt NBC Newt ABC Newt CBS News
conquest that now threatens to head of the Atomic Energy which Johnson had a matter of economic necessity. MS: -CIS New NIC News Newt, Weetner CIS News

A Difference run GENERAL over all of ESPAILLAT Latin America.: Iam chairman Commission of; Arthur President F. Burn., In the form of 1965 funds requested plus There was focusing on the 'IOo-W. ,." harp lee Office lawbroalm' The Rebel'

Elsen 1964 supplementsls. question of self-regulation for 7115-Wy. hrp "Pone ...wb,....' The Rebel
The Chamber of Commerce and the Woman1 Clubof a career officer, a Weal hower's Economic Council for and
; Appropriations subcommittee advertising, on the point of 7110-Th. Grad I.Ii... M. D..try The End
Winter Point graduate. I went to the mer Secretaries of Health, Education television commercials Walker Admda.
Haven should receive a tremendous hand Chairman John E. Fogirty, D- glamorizing 7145Ad..t"r.. RollI D.alry "
Infantry School at Fort Bennlng and Welfare Oveta
from the public for their wonderful work in helpingto and to the General Staff Schoolat Hobby and Marlon Folsom Culp former R I., called the HEW program In a panel smoking discussion for youngsters of teenagers 1:00-Tht Greet Deborah Kerr Deitry "E...,."

clean the dead citrus Leivensworth. I rose to be the most conservative or worstproposal It;11- Adventure Prier LewUrd Deitry (Civil Wart
trees the
throughout Congressman
up city.It Walter H. one girl said: "You seethe
since lob Burke's low Rente ti
Mrs Oveta 1:10-Route 44 Hope
the senior officer In the Dominion
has been a hard thing to start, but as people have armed forces-outside of Judd and onetime Congress.woman Hobby, Houston, Tex., wai advertisements on television MS-Rente ee Cemedy. 'urk,'. Law Rente ee

seen the vast change taking place we understand that the Trujillo Clan, that Is. I The council Clare Boothe starts with Luce.the 8EW secretary In the Eisenhower be, the and thing smoking to do.just" seemsto e:00-Route ii lob Hope ..,k.'. L.w Reute ti

the demand for service is overwhelming. These old specialized in foreign Intelligence assumption that there are about administration. Rep. H. fill; -Route it Cem.Jy. lurke's law Reure it
work and became Secretary R. (Charley) Gross (R-...) who ': -Twli! ,Kt Zoos TWTWTW .Price It Right Lewbrteker
trees were not only an to the local folks but 12 million more Democrats In THE ALMANACBy
eyesore of State Security. I was the seeks always to impose economy t.4S-TwIIIflSt Zone TWTWTW .Price It Right Lewbneker
you can imagine how they must have to country than Republicans.But on the House, rued with United Press International
appeared our In position to know what
was about one out of every four Fogarty In back Today ls Friday, April IT, 10:00-Alfred Jack Pan Fight of Week Alfred
a and forth
visitors. going on In my own countryand voters conalderei himself Inde the 108th day of 1964 with 258 lOilt, Hitchcock Jack Peer Fight of Week Hitchcock
that like
This is the whole Caribbean area, pendent. Under the right set of went this: to follow. 10,10-101.4 Jack .Peer Fight of Week Alfred
certainly a project that has in
gone over MARILYN MANION: You Grow: "Thia bill calls for 10,45- Hitchcock Jock .Peer Make Spin HockceclI
an excellent manner/ It has taken a gremMeal ot>wotk> say In your bob* that Twjmo'i will"switch*-Clect enough voters. spending. of nearly II billion. It Urn The noon. 'U'',approaching. iu
a Republican
Is 91.1 billion above quartet1.1The I,00-News News Spt. Wtr Newtllno Nat fee*
but Willard Frederick and Jiis BeautIfication Commit? aiiasslnatioA wai carried out candidate.Dr.; EJJenhow-- for the lame purposes as last morning1 star Is Saturn. I :lilS: -Sperti, Writer Tonight Show E'torfel, Wthof W'Mitr, t'lenel: I II

tee in alliance with the Woman's Club ran certainlyfeel with assistance from the U. S. er feels that they will switch year" The evening star Is Venus.On I MilO-Theetroof Tonight Show Maverick CbckmeUIli4

that they have done a tremendous service for their Why Central do you Intelligence think our Agency government only for s moderate Republican Fogirty: "My opinion (Is) this day in history: $- the Stan Tonight Show Maverick Cneckmcte_ -
philosophy, In 1521, the Diet of Worms
community. Let's not rest on our laurels; let's con wanted to get rid of Trujillo That Is what the Citizen's that It is one budgets of the submitted most conservative excommunicated Martin Luther Saturday MORNING April 18

tinue this project until the entire area is clear; then -was he suspected of being council Is trying to offer the the Congress" to from the Holy Roman Church

look about for other improvements make pro-Communktt voters But s philosophy basedon Cross: "We after the former monk refused 10p-Crewerc, w..1'II Suer Car1I
we can may reasonably
GENERAL ESPAILLAT: On that kind of political reasonIng that to admit to charges of heresy. : B- Almaae. Th..lre News Super c.
the. contrary, Trujillo was probably doesnt jibe with the Ideas expect $200 to $400 million In 1870, Benjamin Franklin 130-Oo.Way "Cems'( RFD Mi4. Sep.cCue

J. B. Thornhill the most militant antiCommunist of the frontrunner for the Republican more Hill will.Burton be needed to financethe died at the age of ... 75-, Miner Round Men." Fiends Savor c.
In the world. He (hospital Act.
presidential nomina If the Department of In 1941, Yugoslavia capitulated ':00-<:.,..11I laurel TlA C.ptalesill
J, B. Thornhill is running for County Tax Col- was always a great admirerand lion Sen. Barry Coldwater of Is established, that will Poverty to Germany.A K..,.,.. and Hardy TlA Kasgares
staunch friend of the United Arizona shows no sign of come lo-c..I", LI"'. Rascals Major Captdo
lector. "J.B. is not new to scores of people of this try. under the department of M.rc"ry
States NEVERTHELESS TilE ing to hog the mlddle-of-the HEW." thought for the day-Ben. :45-: K.sgaree. U5l. Rascals Mole, hI..ury Kangaroo
community; he is an old friend who has served in AMERICAN STATE DEPART. road. His basic strategy assumes jamin Franklin said: "Human
Fogarty: "I am not sure ',00-1.1.1. Skew Circus Boy Major M..ury Able Show,
many capacities. lie comes from one of the pioneer MENT IIAD DECREED TRUJILLO that there Is s deep-seat. where that Is going. That would felicity is produced not so 'III-AI.I. Skew, CIc" Soy Major Mercury Alrin Skew,
MUST GO.I ed conservative philosophy In much by great pieces of good '1Io-T.n.. .. .
families of Polk County. lie was educated in our Involve approximately another Ruff and Reddy Supermu. Taaein.4S
this nation, regardless of fortune that seldom appear, Tasede Ruff and 1..41.
political Roddy Sapormao
can only billion dollars "
speculate the I
local schools. He has a background of excellent service on party, and that it hive heard. by little advantages that occur
reasons why Washington wanted represents Groan "I note that the distinguished every day" IOOo-Q.lc.: Dr.w J".lo, Audian Janis, AYctlen. Oalck Draw"
Commissioner and the
as County under.
a thoroughly majority sentiment
Trujillo killed. Cuba Is probablythe gentleman from Arkansas 1011 5- McGrew Jsoi.r A.di i Jasler Aaetleo McGraw
stands the machinery of the county and how it should answer. Preparations for The Goldwater supporters argue (Mr. Mills), chairmanof Olo-hClhty hI._ Fi.b.1I XL.I The J...... Mighty hi....

function. the Bay of Pigs operation were that the Republicans just the Ways & Means Commit. I0141-hC1hty Mwee Fireball XL.I Thi J'.I Mighty Mau
under with haven't properly mustered this IIRAIYHOLLYWOOD RII'I'IR
He is running countywide and is not embroiled the development way simultaneously of the Trujillo sentiment behind them on s national tee is on the House! floor. When IIIDO-aI. Tis TI. Dennis c....., Rio TI. TIN
basis the $11.5 billion tax reduction in any of the sectional t hts-he is running for assassination plot which accumulated by offering the vot IIIIG-a" Re.rt
real was before the House he toldus Louise playa a burlesque queen Fury Busy I Cecil Rey Reed

County Tax Collector and that is all. His ability to Cuban fiasco t MONTH In 1961 AFTER the ers The a late Sen.choice Robert A, Taft that we could take one or with a high I.Q. In the movie" :41-11.y: Rpm Fury ginoy a c..11 Rey Regan

"get along with people" is well known and providesan I do not twllev the CIA was of Ohio argued the same way two roads the road toward "For Those Who Think Young AFTERNOON
if to have With her In the picture 1s James
we were
anxious to take on the assignment but couldn't convince his economy
element that is essential for good conduct of his par.
so would Darren Pamela Tiffin. Nancy uloo-n. Kin
of getting rid of Trujillo, ty's national convention tax reduction, or we run lullwUkle lap Bunny. Sky King
office lie is thoroughly versed in the of the that he damageto Sinatra and Dean Martin's 57.11-Sky ( lullwinkle Kin
use various not that It had any scruple was right and that conservatism the risk ot doing grave daughter Claudia. :I.30-De: Yea'K..w' Florida AmerlcenBenditend lugt Bunny De Shy Ya\..-,
machines of accounting He is thoroughly about doing tilt job, but because the finances and economy
ground could win.Coldw.ter the IMS: Oe You K...? C.rdenlend. D. Yea Knew)
ed in the office itself. He is an honest man and willing Dominican Intelligence had was extremely the country U we
worked closely with CIA, supplying cool to the citizens when spending road This bill as it because they really don't have II0O-CiS Newt let Meitertenlet Amerlcenlenditend. CIS Newt
to serve the people of Polk with an honest adminis the U. S. Agency wtth It was created under group the now stands calls for $1.1 billion to pay it. They know that President Ills-CIS Newt Meiterten CIS NewtSperti

tration. We back him without reservation. Information that It could never and blessings of former sponsorship above the spending for last Johnson will borrow the IllO-Indut. Peredt leiebell) Wr.illing Film1:41sauball .

have come up with on Us own. President Eisenhower And U year. I wonder which road we money to pay. government bills leiebell Wr.ltling DillY Deen

But there Is no doubt In my Goldwater carries the Republlcan will be taking today. If ws vote just as Presidents Roosevelt 2.00N. Yerh Kann City Wratlhp Iasekall

DAILY CROSSWORDACROSS mind that the CIA was just aa nomination banner Into thepresidential for it." Truman, Eisenhower and Ken 2dl.1 Patties.,. w. CI..1..4 Wr.dllp N.. York
anxious to knock off Castro as Perhaps the taxpayers don't nedy did before him. Pretty 2,10-.11 1..11.11 TlA vs. lattimere'
41.Wild oxen: U. neal the State Department was to campaign this fall care about this $1.1 billion hike soft! 2.1-.11.11 .....11) TlA Iauball
1. the citizen's council pitch could
Branch of Tibet e.tat. I
learning 4 J. Unlta of 16. Single I Ia. torpedo Trujillo. Conltqu.nU"botb turn out to be s wild throw for 1:00-1..11.11 ......11 TlA Baseball
departments. probably
Snare work WIlt the GOP. 1:11-1..11.11 B.sd.s TEA Baseball
.. Around DOWN J8. CUp I A '+ 4 agreed that the Left-wing dictatorship 1:10-.11.11 I... .II n.,.,. X ......n

10. Piercing 1. Dwell nor a A'tool Imutaneously.would, It be didn't destroyed work DIAL WSIR Program 1491)) 1.1-.11.11 ......11 "C.,. ...b.1I

2. Highway breath "tr q j i :00-.11.11: HI.Thne. C..I ......11
out quite that of
11 Roman way, course
3. Large 20 ,Aft 4,15-.11.11
HI-Tlmo. Monitor" Baseball
1\1I take T.nor
know. Memories sway a ItIoI1aa
moon wtn. cook qe as we An._ 9 00 Mutual News' 4:10-CbempJonikia HI.T..... n..... X TEA
goddeaa 4. Art of 11. Keg i' But the State Department 100 Mutual Nose 0 01 Jim O.1If1e1d, Show 4,41-. 1..11., Hl-Tlmo. Theism X TBA
13. Rent putting 22. Bound, r. taking no chancel that Trujillo 105 H_ a Higay" 0 30 Mutual Newa'
14. Affix a play .. a ".....op's A.... would suspect that the United 20 YEARS AGO 4 15 Wane&a N... 10 0050 11"10 ,.........Munn! Ik00-Cha.: "i ..hp; .PerterWegoeor Wide World Retcue IRetcuo
15. Departs B. lories donkey States was arranging to knock Mr. and Mrs J. HowardHiring J..U MIIIII&I 1'1. IISI..iis: of I
ie 0Made from Mutual
17 Tantalum: a.Regrets NSA 30. Stonna him off When the Department returned to Newark 110 aoo Nan Mahn a 1'1.' Htghwy.. 10 30 Mutual N... S:10: -If, The Law Jimmy Wide; 'W4 I've A Sesres8:411t's

sync T, Modem Wrinkle 31.1. was already lar advanced on Ita N. J. after spending s week S.OI &na AIoq 10 rMeuse from Mutual The Law, Strickleod ef Sportt. I've A Secret
IS.Pronoun title Cra4Jelllll6 a:18 T..ay ,. 1'0111 Ceuat II 00 Radio Kids Billie auk
obligated plan for the elimination of Tra- here with their parents, Mr. II 30 Mutual N.n' NIGHT
130 Mutual Nova
Bowling 5. Braying TIIourhttul sa sink. al 11110, Robert Murphy, I former and Mrs J V. Hnln,. I. ling ASne. II 16 Mesa hem Mutual
target tnatrumcnta 27. Moa tary S. IlIIpfttd SM. of Slat 11.11 Time Sasdes \ 1:00-News: N.. ,. Wide WerW
was cent down to 10 YEARS AGO ZmeiM .. S,. .. New SporttWeetker
20. Entire B. Garden of unit: Rum 16.IJltlnct: talk to the General about the Florida Citrus Mutual ssld : world News U.IIO 1111'-1 1'1.' .. 'III-I, S........ e' $P.... WeetkeriMonetlooel
amount Eden: J8.8truna' bird: N.S I II Trades Poet Io-M": E4
possibility of re-establishing that and .._ II 01 rarla" Grow Howe' The Gay Loov
21. Walkinglick dweller U. Dial more more of Its 30 wee. RaP""et .:4114
wacone tgwe diplomatic relations betweenhis members were favoring a e 30 Mutual New. II Ie I..peWiy foe Y.. SIoewt;.. l>.... Skew .P.eawed1o0Cwnhel

22.Vegetable I I' I'" .7 Ii 0 government and the United higher assessment so enough 1 : nd'L.u: J,. :: : Tee Mrual.f the Nwst News : Flo. 1"-.tlMel SehontSkowtlmo T. Tell Troth
21:Sounds f JD States. Murphy did not know that money would be available "to t 11 .......IIJIItlie ilia 1e D.uustde. II.... 7..IS- S......., SoehMThe To TeN Trot

aatrwtearbell- 11.I II be was being used as s smokescreen do the effective and expandedjob 9 05 Twlehs. III dotes 10. Mutual New.T 7:10-J.
: but be told Trojillo (M necessary to be el maximum \. M Mass Mutual.N......... lilt Fran 270 1 05 Mrual Mar r-News TM Clones.Iee $"._ The Uootoooot. Hootoneowy $".oo_

29.DullMCorrooloA 11; I IJT. should Improve his relations financial benefit" to the I. club I. 1 si .... It via MaMMatasi 1:00: -JecUoMS Tie Uo Jock
: >eeoot HootoeeMiy
.. .... >> News *
sod Image wtth Uw press that 1 m Mewl $1 le *oo
Tbus.aM OloeiooJeey
on Thin Iron tt I. % 11 this Improvement would be taccessary growers.I YEARS AGO I a Ie si 05 0550555. 1tlo-NIgNMas Nan .171 Ie 0550501 Mra1 Mali"... |:|.-Tko DWeoden Biehop. towreoeo hasoy Wen. Tko Oeveodere

prerequisite for the The president of III YwM r- Merl MS-TW Detende.e Joey Biebop. Uwvooco Walk" Tko Defeodon
U.AaUerod IS ''I 9M M.e11th
i restoration of diplomatic rela ... 170 ctrl Nan
animal tions.Tmjillo. Cooperative said he I. T..e wsesd foams 105 raw rIIIIhII tfSft-Tk. Delendo. So wrdey Night. Uwraoeo Wok. Tko Oofeodotet
.Disavow lI u. believed aa estimated 43 a.. Newt ..... tI5-TIoe DelUdof, dt
percent 05r Mu..l Nan *bo Mevln $._ Wok. Tko 0. *
: versed that ......
.la tornaUonal- Murphy lamaa .la H. population It:. fords Howe a lratai I. 'ea IporM tlS-fM S4rtti4S Tko CM TU Hollywood PM SiKrof
.l.t :/ .. the U. S. would DIed every ally of Polk Ouniy to. the 05* lip Oft OATCRDAT 1 a a m Mewl MsnW Math..... Sham to ti, ...1_ Sloe-
is Latta America thai H could
language wtthCastro. west tea years work. ant re- Oe.... sIe4-Cur.M lod. ....... 4> oU
n.Man's get la the coming stragfj 1M sue S m II.... C'aa.ea TVe Holtyweed ooei
suit tee the removal of very Merl Nan e p II...... Nan Ihl1-i.m..M' S.g' .P.I.. .. isseesaW

II.on.nickname shank ..za J'Z'j w MARILYN MAKION: General taaay estrus grove. e.as -.. M.ew ".. aM IA.S55 IM1-Comb. St. will.II4........ ...
Mewl N... let Mamas Howe Je.. Co< .. BetHefaoIliwu. G.ew
eU-Oppoood EspatUat. your book bears cut c laveMoay M 11- lit sr Sesame
.MI way people tan believed' ,,-.I Mww T. Mewl Nan -. Newt. S...w.. ..... Crap_ Hove Nowo.ooHeWeotho

la.Pacific f'W" emely.I thai TMlJlUo apt a ,uironn iv 'RACE'R'HOLLYWOOD ; 'i .,.. Meow...... 1 a.si. tad Mewl..d...UaMewl < It 11-T1oe.... ....- *.*. *"* A*** TWotro *

Wand r- 1" great deal ot SMney laaconttoMa VPt 149 rrrdr a... a .....as Cta 0.. Milt- Tko Seotlot Ooioo a.S- Meld
ST.Ukoneoo 47 effort to tafl **c. (aver* t. .... rewaYa r utrl M_ IMSCoor OWoeOi,. s..r H.Ibw iJTice.
W.: Hard.Mack is r4t aWe official acts the tMJUenearalBg !Peter Lafoe4 ee-e..n withBttte t. :II..'me ...... ..... 5p 0I0I I- ..
a by .
weed Dave and Kart Maiden .in 1 ea reed Man a.. I_ pee. h dsa w Im id 4 by" 11ho fole.ir.i
Us govenuaeat.Wewid I" o.M .. g i Yruaa Nan ... w 0.140. 50 d.pee d .... 1M Deily Ne..CK.4 ........
Weather. pee caN M say s word -Dred Rates UMP mare oru.tdtr I. ...... N.rse It.. 11.ra .... a ...... lie. ins pease eamsse sad Ie ore ad ........Wor ,....- ....... set
Sucks 4-17 start. thai UreF 14 /Iua.a rd by Paul Hmrrtd I. ..... Mr.rt M p M ode Reed Y these sshod.lss,






Florida Fruit: Inspection: Winter Makes Beymer Methodist Initiates Victim DiesBONN ,

: (UPD-The) West t <.1'1
tan Defense Ministry: anBtataesd ,

Comeback In Loyalty Dinner Finance PlanThe that a naval lieutenant
r. t Joint-Federal-State Job .died Thursday becoming the'
IMfe victim of a stray mortar
shell during military exerciseIs <<

'eves This is the last of a series of ...rticles on the governmental agencies with Great PlainsBy lw w Church Beymer Official Memorial Beard Metkodiat Is Be which>'mrr totals church.,for GIG. the It Is year aatinpuiPd >, The Bergen shell. -Hohnc hit a last truck week cam

\1 headquarters in the Florida Citrus Building here. The final article reviews the initiating a new netted of. feat the budget will ... mWtary observer KX<(01'1>:

tem I chain of command for the inspection .of. citrus, other fruits and vegetables raised ttaKed! Pres International Church finance through Loyalty be underwrttMw at the. three for one Dutch and one lotion'
Dinners to be held am April dinners by Individual wlNerip-
officer all the dead
SiM were
Incil in Florida. Winter tried to mat a COlllt'baek 20 21 and 22 Pleases Committee tons
'om in the Great Plains today + chairman, Dr. D. P. German
anti By ED BERND JR. tion SwiMttaMs the sections tad chased away xummery Griffith, said today.
Staff Writer overlap, bill des to the caliber temperatures with hi(h winds James A. Goff .la hMMfef the
tent The top echelon for joverameot and pritee el Riley and thunderstorm. icism and Dinner organization as ..n.....
tors' Inspection of Florida his staff this
ten citrus and other fruits and any problem in the smooth Livestock warnitu, s were The plan la to invite the congregation
lily vegetable consists of Commissioner operation of the entive system posted for the Dakota and Ne by meant of otxap- McDOUBLE
tied of Agriculture Doyle braaka and severe thunderstorm talon to a dinner In the ctatreh
the Conner in Tallahassee and alerts were hoisted east social hall. Each co-captain! will 00 ffi5 L Uh
be Floyd Headland In Washington ward into lows and Minnesota.A TOM McNVTTExHavenite ask some 10 families to be his 00 0j A llIJ
ton, but the men who are on funnel cloud was sighted special guests and to sit at his
a top of the Job are Herbert M. Havenite WillAttend nine miles northwest of Del particular table. NE -.eNBIGe

I U Riley and Lamar English Ine Rio, Tex., where more than an Is Following the dinner each evening
a Winter Haven. Inch of rain and hail fell in six the budget for the 19M65 -
hg At head of the Florida Department Girls hours. Junction Tex, was fiscal year will be explained
ova of Agriculture Con. soaked with nearly an Inch of by means of colored slides of
ner has the responsibility of rain. An observation tower was One Of U.S.BestDressed church personnel and activities,
Ifr '" seeing that the citrus code if abandoned at Wichita, Kan., Speaker for the evening will be
enforced. Last November he when winds peaked at 64 miles Chester Mann.
.A. appointed Riley director of the Club Meeting an hour. This it the plan for underwriting .
i Division of Fruit and Vegetable 1 Strong winds fanned three the church budget for +' 1 1M

, h Inspection, when George forest fires out of control in
Copeland took another post. Mrs Clay D. Hightower will South Dakota'a Black Ilffli and Coast GuardTo 1 ,
Headland, who Is director of 1a
represent the Winter Haven more than 300 firemen fought
th, I" the Fruit and Vegetable Division Girls Club at the 19th annual the blaies. Tom McNutt formerly of Hear LBJ 1 y

vii I of the Agricultural Marketing DOYLE CONNER conference of Girls Club ofAmt'rlla School was cancelled todayIn Winter Haven Chicago Mob '
: to i Service in the U. S, In New York City the where the fires toon and Hollywood has been tit' bq 1 1r
Novell Hall. who started Inspecting areas WASHINGTON (UPD-Preal-) -
named one of the 10 best dress
let; Department Agriculture April 1922, it was announced
were being fought so that will deliver theeommencemt'nt
dent Johnson
supervises the federal inspee- Florida citrus in 1933. today. ed men In the United States
school busses could be used to address at the
Is in charge of the citrus sec for 1964
lion of fresh and processed Heritage and Horiions" hat
Hloi I transport equipment to the Coast Guard New r
fruits and vegetables tion. lie also handles personnel been adopted as the theme for This accolade was given by Academy
for the Division scene. the Custom Tailor Guild of London, Conn., June 3.
and both
Riley English report the conference. .
f t, Record breaking heat blanketed
George E Reedy, White
i to the U S. D. A. Riley Dr. George Westbrook, headof Dr. William E. Park of Sim of and America
much the Midwest
_ also reports to Conner .. the technical section Is one mons College, Dr. Howard B. Others making the Uat are (House press secretary, said
of the
Plains Thursday Some
of the "newest" member of Governor Nelson Rockefeller Thursday that ta far si he
well as to the Georgia com Gundy, Dean of the School of
staff he went to new marks were Norfolk, Neb. actor Raymond Burr, and knew, Johnson would be the
missioner of agriculture. Riley the top Social Work of Syracuse University Mayor
/I l Sioux Iowa, 89 Good.
90 City ; President to address
; first theacademy's
supervises Georgia inspectiontoo work for the Division in 1937. Mrs. Esther Peterson, land, Kan., and LaCrosse Wis, Richard Daley' of Chicago class. cENrs
Harry Strode head of the assistant secretary of Labor, McNutt will be remembered graduating
87 Moline 111., and Madison,
The federal government sets statistical section, darted as and the Honorable John Jay ; as Tom Moore of "Ladies'
tied thetlty'
WIs, SI. Chicago's 84
up grade standards for FlorIda an inspector In 1933. He is reapers McClay are notables who will Fain" s tremendously popular
and conference. record for April 16. radio participation show that VA Officer A double portion of McDonald's tomoul romburgr
citrus, both fresh pro ble for checking all certtficates speak during the
_ cessed. It also sets up grade to make lure they are was broadcast during the Citrus served hot off the grill hider and luky on a golden

7 standards for all other fruits right quite a Job with so LAST OF A KING Exposition from Winter Dawn brown tooil.d bun You'rt right-'wlc. at big Norur-
and vegetables Three To 11 years ago Howard IL Enlow, CountyService
many different grades. Play ARBOATH, Scotland (UPD-)
. oily, It coin a hide more -but thlt double of
But the federal government Walter Hssley heads the Mrs. Jemima Anderson be. At the present time Mooreis Officer for Polk County, goodness
, doesn't carry out the actual the bonding and licensing lieved to be the last Scots woman a business man In Los Ang announced today that a representative McDonald'''i 100% PI/'. teal Hombl/" ., Is foam for

inspection In Florida. This Is section and Arthur Willits is still alive to have gone los and alto has retained<< tome from the County only 78 c.ntt-thot'1 Ilght-|,/.. it cents Try 1 endyou're
done instead by some 500 Inspectors Piano RecitalMary around the world In sailing Interests in Winter Haven. Veterans Service Office, Bar ;
the fiscal officer.
. the tow, Florid will be In Winter sure to lay,"Thlt McOoublf Hamburgtr It foe sec"s..a
employed by ships In the last century, cele
These six men are the ones
Haven at the Old City
state but licensed by the under Riley. They report brated her 100th birthday today Mass Slated ... '
U. S. D. A.Riley directly Jane Moseley, Mary Hall Dl<1(? (courtroom) corn.r as e-'ft .rs/
to him, and Riley goes Whitehead and Julie Enior will\ nth and Central Ave, from I L
Is In of all Mrs Anderson around
. charge to them when he wants something play their first piano solo recital sailed VATICAN CITY (UPD-) 'Pop* a.m. to 4 p.m to ssslat vtttr
fruit and vegetable Inspectionfor Cape Horn three times aboard
done. Sunday at the Academyof Paul VI will celebrate a MassIn sns and their dependents or survivors McDonalds' 7 t i l
the slate under Conner, her late husband's ship thethl't'e
but he is also the federal representative Below these men the chainof Arts recital ball, it was master "Unlithgow the Siitln Chapel Sunday to with any matters per __
command involved announced by Mrs John W, mark the South anniversary ol taming to veterans affairs
serving in a dual gets shire" Corner Mh St. & Avo. D, N.W. Nest to Haven Hotel
capacity. In his role as federal again. The field inspection department Carpenter Jr., of the academy'spiano the death of Michelangelo
Is divided into six division.
his Job la
representative The recital will be at 4
regions of 25 districts Thereare p.m
to see that the U. S. D. A
Each student will present a
regional supervisors

grade applied.standards As the are Florida properly representative field supervisors. Of course group from classics of selections to the modern ranging OPEN TONIGHT 'TILL
there are inspectors too
he enforces the period. All Interested music 8
The citrus Inspectors come
citrus code.However
patrons and friends of the girls P.M.
on processed foods under Hall through their d' are invited.

the federal government does vision and regional supervlsqrs Miss Mo .Uy,, CUuefcur of .
all Ofth ln pectioruthrpugh.A.contracUwith | Durtng the part of the Dr. and Mfi.Arthur J, Moel vt c
tin* FIQIM* Department ,year,they ,inspect ;vsi!(ctatles, Is .completing' bee, first ,year
of Agriculture. This Flynt it their boss. with Mr. Carpenter" and Is a THE MAGIC OF EASY CARE''I
means that English U in This II pretty simple until fourth grade student at Brigham r
charge of the work, but he Is a problem comes up In the Elementary.
,responsible to the state director technical or statistical section. Miss Whitehead, Is the
-Rfley. Then, Instead of going through daughter of Mr. and Mrs 'I DACRON.POLYESTER COTTON BLENDS
The chain of command for Hall or Flynt, the section headwall Everett Whitehead and Is s first
the state Inspect'on program simply go directly to the year piano student. She attends

.' ,.'s wi'h Can"er. Riley has supervisor or the Inspector In Brigham. and It In the fourth DRESSES
but praise for "the volved.
Enzor, daughter of Mr.
For instance, if Strode finds $
and Mrs. J. K. Enzor, Jr. it a
"I've worked with a lot of a mistake on a certificate he fourth grader at Lake Elbert
people, I'vi had \lets of bosses, sends a memorandum to the Elementary. She hat played In
but I don't think I've ever had Insoector. and he also' notifieshis the National Guild Auditions
one more conscientious about supervisor and his section winning superior ratings She i
wanting the job done right," chief The same holds true in Is completing her second year
R'liy II" "> firi\f* the other sections. ass piano student. 6
"He wants the Job done To make sure the system 4\'t
from a service standpoint, the keeps running smoothly, the TO
..me.. I do," Riley says "I section' chiefs, regional supervisors Gee Whiz In
don't think you could get amore and the district supervisors 10.98
. ded1c1tedn" nil meet once a month Big Law Suit

Riley Is in touch with the with Riley. YOU'VE SEEN THESE QUALITY DRESSES SELLING
comnvlssioner's office almost The section chiefs stay In MEMPHIS. Tenn. (UPD-The ,
every dllv and talva' to Conner contact with each other continuously nation Isn't big enough for A,.JWlss FOR MUCH, MUCH MOREI t

_ at least once a week "Hedoesn.t to that whenever a A Sons Co. and aGe. 4 t )';,' BRILLIANT AND SOFT PASTEL COLORSI
believe in compromising problem comes up there Is no Whir Tool Corp., both telling
on anyth'ng. He wants difficulty In handling It. the same type of products according y PETITE JUNIORS MISSES HALF SIZES

the Job done right," RileyIIY' In short to simplify. Riley to a trademark Infringement
and English art In charge of suit filed in federal LADIES' BLOUSES
All of the department heads Inspection, but they have superiors court Thursday
and The Wins firm of Newark,
under Riley except for the fiscal check who them.set policy N.J., asked that the Gee WhiZ THE MAGIC OF EASY CARE II
and the licensing
department department have been In The state and federal governments firm of Memphis change Its DACRON POLYESTER COTTON BLENDS
on all Inspection name to end public confusion. 1
inspection work more than 25 Both firms sell shears snips

year. who In Riley has a staff of good and clippers.
Hugh Flynt was
who are respcrwlble 1 199
charge of Florida Inspection In experienced men
for the various phases
1933 is in charge of all vegetable SCORES ANOTHER FIRST
inspection. His office is of the work. MADRID (fUPD-Madrid has
In Orlando and he n directly These men. directly and Indirectly Its first woman tail driver today s'1
responsible to Riley for both are In charge of the Sot is Victoria VssOievnaJudolteva COMES IN ALL'THE NEW POPULAR *"
work of the Inspectors when It Russian Jl
and federal ends of a dI
the state concerns their particular see SPRING AND SUMMER COLORS AND PATTERNS
his lob

More Than Promises
Proven Performance Means


md lower year taxes J 4
3.99 ; I
i savin? taxpayer aquarterfntlfio f
I !
dottars 5 1 Ifo(

e,1, this yew otoee. WALK SHORTS 3SPORT 99 1


Keep the man SHIRTS

who has performed U% COTTON LENDS


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C.Mty Cemmtitleser. DW. S

ALL Iethtere4 relies tm vale is tWs race. 1 ALWAYS MORE of the BETTER THINGS for LESS J

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Friday, April 17,, 1964

: !i Ex-Reporter Says Press .1' '".4''.' ,, Bay Of Pigs Veterans


In Should Accept Criticism Mark Invasion DateMIAMI

L WASHINGTON (UPI-A for. Newspapers "are no more entitled t (UPI) Veterans of They also are waiting to <* ,
t. to select their critics than the Bay of Pigs invasion mark if Brazil will break relating
suggested of that with Havana following the r..
f are politicians or playwrights, the anniversary
i press ought to accept valid rrltlciam he said abortive fiasco today with both rent ouster of the pro Com,n ,
to dispel (he belief that In their opening session Cuban exiles and Fidel Castro nisi Joao Goulart governor n'
it la "a bully when it attacks Thursday, the more than 500 '. biking to some possible new These two possibilities on 11.I.,
other, but a crybaby when ASNE members heard a post action against the Communist diplomatic front are mildci< / ,
a Havana by a pledge! of Mililara< '
someone pokes back mortem on press performance y. regime in
Ben H. Bagdiklan, a contributing on the assassination of President A diplomatic assault or a resurgence in May by the Cuban K( <'",Ulionary
t writer for the Saturday Kennedy and the trial of i of military efforts Junta eXile orRjni/j' r
Evening Post and former Providence Jack Ruby; listened! to Atty against Castro-or both may headed by Manold Hdul, ,
R.I"I Journal-Bulletin re Gen Robert F. Kennedy and a be looming, judging from exile has said that its fc/r/ <'(' will "
\ porter, called for a change of panel of Negro leaders describethe claims and Havana Radio re fighting( on I Cuban soil '
attitudes toward press criticism coals of the civil rights ports Way 20
in a speech to the annual convention movement and appeal for edl 1a Premier Castro, still boastingof B.I
I of the American Societyof tonal 1 aid in keeping fact before his defeat of Cuban Invasion ',..U.r.!: .i. ,.3..J..J.o.\.R; 0....r OdS..
Newspaper Editors (ASNE). the public; and were told forces in a three-day battle In : ; .. .. ,,
Bagdiklan told the editor by a Supreme Court Justice 1961, is observing the date with ,
that some Individual newspapers that press freedom and the special ceremonies. :\
are responsive to criti rights of Individuals to privacyand i Cuban exiles are generally
clam, but "the press as a whole fair trials could be mcln- marking the anniversary quiet
ought to lower its threshold to talned side by skip.TIIOVC.IIT Iy Members of Brigade 2206
the the heart of the invasion force:
righteous indignation at
FOR TODAl will bold a memorial service
idea of outside criticism and
BOSTON iUPD-With Bible tonight "for all Cubans who
i disinterested study, and mend
reading outlawed In public have died fighting against the
what of silence
: is largely a cone
I schools, the Communist regime"The
Automobile Legal Castro
in the news columns
I Aasoclatlon has Castro regime and Its
come up with
I about basic problems: of the 6"l
Idea for of Cuban exile foes
an filling this void at a thousands
I press"The Idea of the atari of the school day. The are watching with equal Inter {ii.\
I I expose complaint
association suggests the reading est an expected meeting of
i and reform Is built into
I of paasagea from a good highway American foreign ministers to -., ';; : .:' "
I : the heart when of American it is applied newspapering to- safety book. consider charges of aggressionby l.iY.: U'y"Q..U' fb,.,,a'VI;" '
I "More than 40,500 Americans Venezuela "" "
Cuba against
:.IAsltwhrr" 'B1N1
others, Bagdiklan said in his killed <
on our highways
prepared speech. "Papers ought during 1962, and young drivers
i;1 to resign themselves to this accounted for far more than
aim therapy for themselves" their share," the association l
p Bagdiklan said automatic hosIhties said. "Who Is to say that a few DOYLE
to criticism "strengthensthe minutes a day devoted to solemn ..
rather widespread belief meditation by high school I
that the press is a bully when students of the concepts of safe CONNER
it attacks others but a crybaby driving would not start a lowering IawaN .......,t.-. -.,- -i'.l, ...,rt{, .
when someone pokes back," trend In such statistics"
MISS WINTER HAVEN CANDIDATES-Thraa of the Plumbing, whose talent It dramatic reading; Joyce Ann &ri *

For BUILDING MATERIALS Call CY 3-3139 girls who will compete in the Miss Winter Haven *Contest I Addison, sponsored by Earl Massey, who will do a combination Commissionerof
tomorrow night at Nora Mayo Hall are pictured above. cha-cha.Ch.rleaton routine; and Linda Carole
From left: Janice Graham, 19, sponsored by RobertsBy Lea, 21 sponsored by North Gate, a vocalist

: Bailey Odham For Senator AgricultureI'M
( Bagwell Building Supply I'RReRa' g. St. Petersburg Times Backs

United Press International 100 years has been long enoughto to sweep back," the Times said GRATEFULfor
i Orlando businessman Brailey debate the question of Meanwhile, the Tampa
Odham won the endorsement of whether all citizens should have Tribune In a Friday morning
the St Petersburg Times todayIn equal opportunities," editorial backed Holland saying the opportunity to continue 'tnlngFlorida'
I children need. his race against incumbent The Times said it was confident "judging both men upon the
our U.S. Sen. Spessard L. Holland, that disclosure of Holland' issues as they themselves define consumers and growers through:
t but the Miami Herald threw its finances "would not embarrass them, we think Florida voters
backing to Holland him..We know him as a gentleman should and will cast an overwhelming INSPECTION of foods, gasolines, feeds, fertilizers
The Herald did not mention of high personal Integrity ballot of approval of seeds and pesticides;
Odham and had no criticism of But on the question of disclo- Spessard Holland"
f BILL READfor Holland, but the Times took sure, his haughty attitude U Despite the fact that Holland MARKETING of Florida agricultural products;
Holland to task strongly for his not responsive to the mood of will be 72 in July, "his physical
: refusal to PROTECTION of plant and livestock indus-
racial stand and his the people today and mental alertness4 ate unquestionably
make public his financial "Regretfully, WI have watched sound," the Tribune tries against diseases and insects;
affairs his mind close to the ever-new said. "His record of attendance
The Times said Odham'a problems In this topsy-turvy but to Florida's and the ECONOMY In government by working for
_.- voice would be "a new and exciting, world lie hat become nation's business leaves nothing better efficiency and conservation as a
refreshing one from the South." querulous and often bitter and to be desired"
Superintendent of The Herald called Holland angry at this sea of change, Cabinet member.
What is seekln'f' a fourth term. which h. and a few of tits SHOP IN wmiEH HAVEN
add 'oIiIIooI! aevw5.wu.t)
an "unassuming statesman, Southern colleagues: try in vain
whose brand of conservatism Is
Public Instruction positive and purposeful. "

The Herald, in an editorial
today, said the senior Florida
senator Is "most of all, a knowledgeable GRAND
legislator who does
BILL REAP family man and civic leader his homework."
The paper mentioned the committee

e 46 years old Happily married, 21 years Two children position and the rank of
12th in seniority which Holland

e President, Lakeland Shrine Club Past Pres., Frostproof holds, and said his membershipis J

Rotary Club former director, Mulberry Kiwanis ClubDeacon appropriations particularly Important committee on and the ti00 0 a OPENING
I I'
First Presbyterian Church of 1 takeland the science new committee aeronautical, with and which space

Florida needs close and abiding

liaison" : FooD. FRI. & SAT. APRIL 17 & 18
The Times endorsed Odham'aatand
BILL READ an educated educator for a strong two party
A system, a system of choosing a
e Bachelor of Science Degree in Education, University of Tampa new vice president in mid-term
in the event of the President's Celebrationfeaturing

Master1, Degree in Education, New York, University death, and majority passage of
Senate bills
e Additional study at Florida Southern University and U. of Florida The paper called Odham "a aasssaalr
young Southerner who upholds
President Johnson's stand that !

BILL READ an experienced teacher and educational administrator
: 1 Broasted Chicken
Valuable classroom: teaching experience In elementary and high
schools and college BAPTIST W Dally Luncheon Special

Principal, Mulberry Elementary School;. Mulberry High School; CHURCH Steaks & Chops

Winston Elementary School, Lakeland % to be given GRILLED TO TASTE
8 years Supervising Principal, Frostproof and* Kathleen area away FRIDAY Cold Plates and Saladsand
schools V SATURDAY

Drive in Curb Service

BILL READ a highly leader In his profession

among offices Bill Read has held jf'Included S') OPEN 24 HRS. A DAYWhen

Polk County
President, Supervising Principals Group,

-President, Polk County Physical Education Association
unexpected company drops inji

-President, Ridge Conference Florid League after a tiring; day.

-Polk County Representative on
Elementary Education | OUR TAKE OUT SERVICE!i

Cad in your order and it's ready to takeout TO EACH INDIVIDUAL
i Rev. I. D. Hedges
BILL READ will bring harmony back into our Polk County School when you arrive it stays hot! to bt used at a later date.
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System by restoring; cooperation between the Superintendent's office! and ALSO FEATURING -

the Polk County School Board, teachers and parents. Special Businessman's Lunch

And, BILL READ will effectively serve all of Polk County, not as
11A.M. "Ear** Irs

a politician, but as a respected, Impartial educational administrator Modaees" FOR THE KIDDIES

Yes, our children need BILL READ "H*.vf. V
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FSC Atari Two Jailed Policemen On LBJ Pressures LBJ Says America's Civil Rights Bryant HospitalsTo SaysTB Rockefeller

Group To Hear Morals Charges Mediators On Group Plans Stay Open Moves Into


policnacn Here arrested Thyrs- rtdi three tuberculosis hospl-
day sight. MarchBy Sal will not be closed In the
Judge CooperJudge involving a on 13-year-old moral girl.charges Rail Measure WASHINGTON (UPI! >-Jhresi- President added: Protest near future Gov Farris Bryant Oregon Today

Charged with den Johnson says the nation's "I did not drive myself over slid Thursday, because of the
contributing to her. But I did have to cancel I
Richard the delinquency of a miner and WASHINGTON (UPDPrealdent economy la booming and he increasing number of TB cases CORVALLIS Ore ( HIM! I
Cooper of Or. crime wants business and labor to an informal meeting with some IMtod, Free IsderaeHeeal.1A in the state
lando against nature were Johnson's mediators I EMOuraged by a legisldtno
president of the National help keep it that way by holding tourists at the gate"With civil rights group planed The number of TB
Florida Southern patrolmen B W. Culchins. 19, sought concessions from union cases access In hit home slate, dmtfelMB ;
College the line against wage or massive boycott of public after off due to Improved
and J. J. Bready 36 a slicking Rockefeller ofYw
Alumni They were today
Auociatlon will be featured and management negotiators that he turned to his

price increaaeiThe school to Gary, lad, today In treatment and drugs bon
released York took to the trail
speaker at the May quarterly on ti.soo bond **eh. In a stretch drive to settl dead serious report on the and"token" campaign
The arrests Chief Executive made protect against segregation the Increase again throughout la Oregon again today and called !
were not connected railroad dispute
meeting of the the 4-year-oW He said the Gross
newly .
formed with an investigation in his appeal for wage price, stability economy i tetefratton. the nation Bryant said, cad for a throe.point program
Winter Haven-Auburn- by Monday National Product (GNP). the
which after painting a roe) pic- the patient population I also on aid educationla
of federal
dale FSC Alumni chapter. seven policemen were The pace of bargaining quickened of the total of all goods and service The Civil Rights Coor *tingCommittee to
Final plans for the meetingwere charged with bribery and taking as Johnson's deadttne for ture economy Thursday produced In the naton, climbed predicted that H& the rise remarks prepared for delivery
for .t his 13th news conference< his The told his weeklynews State Univt-r
governor at Oregon
let last night by the chap..ter's money performance of a report on prospects for a set first In the State Department to a record annual rate of of Gary's 46,000 school stwfoiU. conference he had bee Rockefeller slid
board of directors. The duty.Harry tlement drew nearer. $608.5 billion during the first would participate in the boy weed
auditorium used
Allen Rockwell not a. week by the late asked about the possibility of efforts on the part (of
general membership meeting Both sides agreed a three months of this cott.
MU be held at the Park Res- policeman, was arrested Tuesday ago to a 15-day truce to permit President John F. Kennedy for year. freeing one of the stile's TB the federal government (he
in sessions with newsmen The committee said that hospitals at Tallahassee, Tam,1or steiN, communities and ,
taurant, at T May 13 connection with the incident renewed mediation efforts un- He said this was an increase pnvat
p.m. on ,
. according to George Flack Jr. He posted $1.000 bond on der White House sponsorship During the half-hour conference of $U billion from the last Gary, Indiana's second largest Hollywood philanthropy" were needed

F president. the same charges. but a nationwide strike could Johnson also appealed for three months of 1963, and nearly city, has the highest ratio of .to meet the higher education
I moderation from civil right $37 billion more than the Negro to white population than challenge
, Mr. and Mrs Charles Selph, erupt at 12:01: a.m. (local
extremists said he the North and Goldwater MJ flew here from New Yorkwhet
, Winter Haven FSC alumni, will time) April 25. ; was pleased corresponding period a year any other city
KhrushchevPledges with the nation's military yet Negro have only token a special session of the
provide special music for the The Vnit House said Thursday ago
meeting. and cessions strength; disclosed plans to representation in school affairs hatolaUire late Thursday ap
that day night
a ses-lwl Atlantic-Pa pwtd' revisions of the atatc'a
Flack urged all former FSC conducted this week survey of
would be In Washington the leaders Blasts LBJ
cific canal route Colombia liquor laws.Rtekeolier
students to attend the meeting. end in a bid to break the dead across five big Negro ornlll.tlon.Thurtday .
listed five bills critical of
; he would was
[ This Is the last chance for No lock In negotiation now that like to see Congress pass before Rotary Hears denounced a proposalto Artemis Sen Barry Goldwater

alumni to gain charter mem- the issues are clear. the political conventions create traffic jams on roadsto STOCKTON, Calif. (UPO) also a candidate in the May is

: bership in the local chapter, At his news conference and said be believed true collective (Continued From Page One) the New York World' Fair Sen. Barry Goldwater leveled Oregon Republican presidential

Flack said.Others Thursday the President repeated bargaining would lead try Is covered by forests from next week to dramatise civil another attack against the military primary lie said "Goldwater
attending the board of China BreakMOSCOW his deep desire for a settlement leader criti policies of the Johnson administration -
to a settlement of the railroad which we mike piper, a rights Issues The has stated on the floor of the
; directors meeting last night through collective bargaining dispute. Urge export Item," said the tined the plan as contrary to Thurday-and toe.cad Senate that he was opposed to
were Mrs. R. D. Mitchell vice and said a breakdown in "broid and needsof a ptrsonal challenge at
the Interests
(UPI) Premier Johnson opened the cession speaker any form of federal aid for education < -
president; Mrs C. G. McAnully that could damage tie seven members of the California "
Nikita process the Negro people. .
warmed nation
Khrushchev byan in high good humor, poking Austria la an old ,
secretary; Mrs. Pauline outpouring of tributes and free enterprise system dating back before the time legislature Before leaving Albany N Y.
fun at himself and conducting Police at Austin Tex, bodily
Gordon treasurer Th presidentialhopeful
; Carroll Tee. honors his 70th birthday The chief executive so far Republican for the West Coast Rockefeller
! on of the Roman Empire and for ,
ter and Miss himself like a man without the removed three civil right demonstrators from Arlton, who
Evelyn Hughes, acid today the Soviet Union will has not mentioned toe possibility hundreds of was goverred Hid he planned to "go all theway"
(directors and Mrs. E. T. least doubt he would tit elected years from the city council completed a two-day tour Of
; Roux
"break off relations" with of seeking legislation to hi
not in November. by a monarch. TodayIt and would not give up *
,ad visor. chambers Thursday when theydisrupted California and departed for
Communist Chins.Surrounded block a national transportationtieup White House bid until after the
Is democratic republic
In a
Jesting experience to De-
recent the council's business Washington, accused the
by old comrades if the talks collapse without stories about his high During World War II it was proceedings. Negroes have been fence Department of gambling votes art counted at the GOP

' and his closest East European an agreement.If speed driving In Texas and his occupied by the Germans who demonstrating for two weeks recklessly with the national. national convention at San
Beckwith allies at a Kremlin ceremony the negotiators are unableto in turn captured by the Francisco in July
Jury serving as guide for weekend were for passage of a public accommodations curtly by claiming the United
honoring him, Khrushchev said reach a settlement, however Americans, Russians and
tourists at the White House the ordlnsnc Slates Is Increasing Its military
the "disruptive activities" of the only wiv he could block a French, these allies had superiority over the Soviet fire DamageIs
his Chinese rivals "will suffera strike would be to get Congressto forces of occupation In the A Negro dock worker dabbed Union.

Fails To AgreeJACKSON failure because they have no psss a law. Otier procedure country until 1955 when It a white man and a Negro woman Earlltr In Mlllbra. Cold- MinorThe

foundation in life." for delaying a walkout have New York was returned to Its own government strolling along a street In water challenged the seven IgIslstors ..

Without directly naming the been exhausted. New York City's Greenwich Village who ere backing New Winter Haven Fire Department

Mis. (UPI A Chinese, he said "what we shall It has two houses In Its Thursday. The victim York Cov. Nelson RockefellerIn reported only minor

second mistrial was declared do Is not to plume ourselves on legislature: the National Council were hoipitallted In critical I the race for the OOP prsildontlal damage In a fire In a restroom

today in the case of Byron De our successes but to fight and Razing OK Stock ReportNEW and the Federal Council.It condition. Police quoted the assailant nomination, to "call mea at the Rtndeivous Bar. 530 W
La Beckwith, a white ahead not to break off relations liar Ace" Central Ave
segregatlonist BO Is divided Into nine provinces David Blackman, 33, assaying to my
( charged with the sniper with those with whom we (Continued From Fife One) and has a House of Parliament "I. don't believe In iota The Uglalator announced The fire was reported at T is

'slaying of Negro leader Medgar hive no full unity now but al- teaching mathematics and half YORK (UPI-Mlddy) presided over by a gration." Wednesday they would tour p.m. yesterday _

(Evers. ways leave an opportunity for the day, and often Into the stock price: president who Is elected by California to warn that*xtrmIsts .
a rapprochement and underktandang. night taking of records. for term of ala Elsewhere: were attempting to takeover
Circuit Judge Leon Hendrlck ." care Alabama Gas 35% the people a Jackson Mica. : Police arrested the COP In the state Funds Alloicd
The school He In turn chooses a
was so overcrowded
Can Co. 43Vi yean.
(said Beckwith's case was being American two youths, one a Negro
But Khrushchev warned that the finally had chancellor. through the Coldwattr campalan. (Continued From Pile One)
(continued until the American Hardware 50% night when they attempted .
May term of Thursday
"this must not be achieved .
to give her office and move There are separate governments In Winter Haven gets 114,070.
up American Motor 16%
(court and a decision on a third to lit In a section reserved
!murder trial for Beckwith through concessions of principlebut her desk into the hallway, "I American Sugar 21% In the provinces whichare for whites at the "11oli- The Boy Scouts hive been
through a correct explanation almost froze to death in that American TAT 142* also made up of people alloUd\ 111,221.
would be Ice" show
[ later. day on
and Interpretation of the small heater voted In by the electorate 12 CompeteContinued The Winter Haven Girls
hall with only a American Tobacco 36% ckaon, Mis.: The slat college .
The 12 all white Marxist Leninist teaching. The "There are some basic In. Club will get $ .181.
-man Jury reported to keep warm with Mrs. Anaconda Copper 43ta board Thursday postponed
after 10 hours dehbers- Soviets he said "have always. Laughlln ald. Atlantic Coast Line Tl* dustrie controlled by the formal action against Dr ( From Page On) Girl Scouts will nave 17.M2

lion it wss deadlocked and adhered and will continue to adhere "It was one of the most Babcock It Wilcox em government and the countryhas lames W. Silver controversial Mrs Margaret L. Krtntlln P. Next comes the Retarded
Jlendrlck declared mistrial at to Marxist-Leninist positions. a type of medicare Job 0. Box 31, North Miami Bach Children with $4J6S al1 -
a ." pleasant days of my life when Baltimore. Ohio 44 Unlverilty of MUsisilppi, history agency
'11:35: a.m. CST (12.35: p.m. we moved out of that old Bendix Corp. 45H protection and old age pen professor who' his criticized the John D. Peoples, 030Artxona Ud.
,,EST). His remarks at the ceremony, building Into the modern Foods 75 dens" said Cesell Ave. Fort Lauderdale; Winter Haven Welfare will
belatedly reported by the So- Borden feature of thecountry closed society In speeches Mrs, Malcolm Plerson, 1800watroua
One unique
viet Tass, were educational facilities at Brigham Briggs Manufacturing Co BH' around the nation. Ave. Mr receive $3,432
There is nothing Misiisslp- news agency I I. the It handles Tampa; *
' So you see. there aren't Burlington Industries 45V4Cheiapeake way JackMBvllle. Fla.i A federal UDlt.d Palsy I. toJ1It
pt law to prevent Beckwith surprisingly! conciliatory compared Its trade relations All firm Gerald c. Sour S'V Hamper
from being tried again but with "his violent attack any regrets." she added. and Ohio .71** tradesmen Judg Jody/t'ts scheduled\ to Drive, Orlando; Mra,Cau.b7 L. : 'u t.
Mao Mr*. Laughlln said that Chn'aier Corp. there was speculation" prior'to two days ago on chairman !' ,. the Chamber of ,( Shirley, 924* *',JackunvlHef -
the verdict that If another mistrial Tse Tung and his fellow Chi- when she first went to Central Cities Service Oil Co."I 9Coc Commence by which In turn *crane h' 'Anct."OI\, Ind., who ,;" Mr, C. M. Walker, writ' get M.eftl It"
450 Cbl M.' "JI12SHolgatePalmollve provides bombing the .414 Toe'. Mental Health Center
there gullto RlvtrhJH
was declared In the case neie leaders. were approximately *- o. foreign and domestic pleaded Drive, Temple ,
Co 43% boy who had Terrace and has been allocated 13,424.
the entire matter would be putn students.! This number she trade with information and direct horn of a Negro Mrs Bruce WillIntham -
said kept Increasing until Cone Mill 17'% entered t whit cchoolWashington IDS Weal 13th Street, Auburndale Relief will re*
inactive file for all.
an help
' Boys Club there were over 1,000 student Continental Can P 47* "We do not have hard ) Sen George A.Smashers Hlaleah. mlve .......

Hendrlck polled each IndividJual enrolled. "We even held class Curtiss Wright ,1. 12* coal in the country! ,any but we D.Fla", called upon Pate mid a full agenda of In addition, th* Children's
( juror and asked each man (Continued From Page One) es at the First Baptist Church Douglas Aircraft 27H do have huge hydroelectricpower FBI Director J. Edgar Hoover work and run were In store for Home Society will receive

flf he felt a verdict could be the background work will be and the Presbyterian Church.We Dow Chemical 73Vt sources, so much so Thursday to produce "all per the contestants.tl t>70; Arthritis will get fill;

reached upon further deliberation accomplished: within the next had to bring the children Du Pont 261 that we export power to adjoining tlnent data" concerning reports I I. the first time In the Lake Alfred Welfare will get
each man shook his headland few days. In September active from the churches back to the Eastern Air Lines 39* countries said the that severs) Negro civil rights history of the Contest Pare $uto. the Human Society will

replied in the negstive organliatlonal work will school for lunch." Mrs. Laugh- Eastman Kodak 127H sneaker group are Communist dominated aid, that a six-station networkof get KM; Eagle. Lake Welfare

1 Beckwltb left the courtroom be completed and the main ef lln sld. Ford Motor Co. S7W Schooling Is different there or Jnllllra ted.DeCaulle, Ultvtslon station In Florida will get '114; and the V.1.0.
with two marshals and was returned fort started around the October She explained that her lack General I Electric MI than here Students must go would carry ,JO minutes" of the was alloted 1100

to his Jail cell to awsit date of feeling for Central School' General Motors :2H to school from < to 15 years lion grind finals In Television *- The United (j I Ytr.' Fund
,the decision on the future of his The factors that made it General Telephone 35'- Orlando Tamne,
demise was due to Its over old. Then after finishing Miami Jaeksonvllls. Tallahassee will keep I1T.MJO for administration

dlfe which was interrupted last almost Impossible to defer the crowding, lit age and the lack Georgia Pacific Corp. 6t grammar school, they can goon (Continued From Page One) and Pvnaacola willtarry costs, and has allowed
fJune 23 with his arrest by the Hospital drive hinged on ob- of adequate classrooms and Goodrich Rubber 57% to college or university the 0.8-proposed NATO nude the show. ".OlIO tot collection losses

(FBI June for 12. the Evers slaying on taming funds considerable under Hill government .Burton- other duties. Gulf Goodyear Oil Corp Rubber 55 43H% While In the schools of higher ar striking force, and has ..".....=_..........,..'"" _"". ....... """ o<.
Mrs. Laughlln couldn't estimate learning there are IJ subject blocked Britain from the Euro
, Beckwith' first trial also and the Accelerated Public the number of students Indian Head Mills 14H offered and taught much like pean Common Market.

ended In a mistrial when another Work Funds with a choice of who had pissed through the lntem.tlonalllsrvesttr 70% they are In America Many Frenchmen believed the

all.white jury was unable one or mother. The local part, school from the time of its International Nickel 77 After he had concluded his broadcast waD,Oa ull.'. entry

ho agree on a verdict last Feb- or the matching fund part of birth In 1815 until Its final International TT S.v* speech there was a question Into the 1 1940 presidential cam

tru the program, has to be completed classes In 1982. "But there John Minvllle MH period. One question dealt! palgn. Socialist candidate Os*.

; Even was field secretary for before the other money were hundreds of thousands Kennecott Copper S2H with the Russians as occupation ton Defftrr, mayor of Marseille -
the National Association for the cm be obtained."We she slid. Koppeis Co. 44 H troops. "W. did not like already la csmpalgn

..Advancement of Colored People are glad to do our part While the Central Ave. Kroger Co. 30H them for they lIVe us a bad Ing and criticizing some of De
!NAACP) in Mississippi and re- in helping with the Hospitaland Liggett & Myers Tobacco 844 time, plundering and testing Gautle's policies
School hadn't used
girded a* the roost Influential will set our fund drive to by Lockheed Aircraft 35% -they were a bad lot." said The nuclear lore and fur-
i integration leader in the state. some time in 1965 and hope elementary student in over a. Lorillard Tobacco I f 49% Cessetl. sign aid programs will coat .e.

,lie was felled In the drivewsyof that the people of the area year, adult classes were being Merck Co. 1ISH This exchange student was France around $1 billion each

, his home as he stepped from will go along with this extremely taught as late a* the closeof Middle South Utilities 4* sponsored by the Rotary Club, this year *l a time when De

ibis ear after returning from a Important projecttoo j last year's school year. Monsanto Chemical 74H" one of a large number that Guall has ordered a tight lid
late evening civil rights meet. c one 1 Iud e d President Local students often used Montgomery Ward 11 hive been brought to Winter on government pending, wages

inC Thompson. the building as a conference National Gypsum 4IS' Haven over the year. tie his and prices In aa effort to fight
: hall for special meetings and Paramount Pictures SIH been extremely popular at Inflation.
several church and civic This has touched off strong
J. C. Penney 51H Winter Haven High School,
I EXPERT AUTO group found use for the decrepit Pennsylvania Railroad 31S" entering Into all of the phasesof campaign against both programs -
, '" old building. \U tile French press ant
Cola Bottling 514
Pepsi school li/e He Is a member
The yard were a favorite Philip Morris DHPhiQips of Interact Club ** were In speeches by .ntl-
meeting place for the Winter Petroleum 30* two other guests, Charles politician
: Nil Haven Police Club and De Gulp Mid tl I Is tar from
( Boy Xepublie Steel 45Reynolds Dsvls and Bruce Connor
attack for control over % of our
the building itself was often Tobacco 4>H. Seth McKeel running for certain that In case of you 70
the Soviet the Unlt d
used for special meetings or Sear Roebuck IOSH the school board from Lakeland by Union nation's wealth spend tot of

I 0;y.,-..* .. .... > SERVICE Jt schools sponsored by both the Sinclair Refining 45H. got a tremendous hand Stoles Invasion could snd destruction av Franc from every expendable dollar purchase -
Police and) Fire Department Socony Mobil 71H when Introduced
That I De CaulU
Now Is the Time ro gee Year Air CoadlrioMfU Regardless of the feeling of Southern Company SSH" President Cordon Mead told France must have it* ova no- for 50,000,000 rvumhoi Ji. .
1 its former student the old Southern Natural all the member of the "
Tip Top Ceadfrioa.) Today. S4H Assembly clear "dlaauaitlon fore, i ie
landmark 1 II giving way to bathers Natural Gas 54HHSperry which was held Monday eight Without It, he added France something special coming your

United Motors Service Center Hl A"w progress and will be loaf a memory Rand 17* Rotarians from ale states and would be reduced: to relying oa way.
2..147 in a few week Standard Oil (NJ.) gSH Canada were introduced by foreign protection,and Urn for

Sunny DX 30H. Bob Adams Dar Thomson fell It* eva Independent toretc:
Swift v Co. 44 Introduced three members who policy.

Texaco Ine 77H had birthday during the pan ")Co. We are worm mor
I"A PENNY SAVED IS Texas Gulf Sulphur 41e week thaa thai" De Gaull declare' WE AU MANNING your own

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DAILY NEWS-CHIEF Friday, April 17, .IW4 Pfe Ei..M ,,".." Fe

Cat's-Claw Is A Vine With .. \! ','" <
I' A Purpose WINTER WAVreN DAILY NiWS1A= ; : I. '

In the early spring months, one of Florida's mot spectacular aMi,. vines.

\ putt on a golden dress of flowers. The Cat's claw (Doxantha agalt. -td) is I. IeIe

i'' an evergreen, fast growing vine, having slender stems Mmparattoif thin

IT: leaves. The plants receive their name from the three parted claw like tendrils -

, !, with which they cling so tenaciously to anything near them, including sb n

r brick walls poles, fences, and other plants. -

r r
The leaves appear la pair I
long the item,each bllriDItwo
leaflet. They are light green In Edited by 9LLI CLLi3 e
\ color, lance-shaped and very In
length from two to three tnehe*.
Stems often reach lengths approaching ofN
eighty feet and It I* Around The Town
not uncommon to see meMesof
the sparkling yellow MoMom
'I. cesadlng downward from the top be
of a fifty-foot tree. Miss Giddings Returns
The flowers, also born In w
pairs, arise from a point at the al
base of the leaves. They resemble
a flattened trumpet, From Study S In EuropeMiss Itn

about two Inches long and two to ,. Its
three inches wide across the :

flared petals. Seed pods, which Virginia Giddings, daughter of Mr. and
follow the blooms, are long and
l a narrow, often as much as twelve Mrs David Giddings, has returned from Europe where oS

Inches In length. When these she spent three months studying and two months (t
r pods split, the seeds are scattered .
traveling in the various countries. For three months,
hither and yon, causing
7rf young plants to spring up so Miss Giddings was engaged in a liberal arts coursein ._,,;.;, r 44. II

thickly In spots that they must Bregenz, Austria. Since February, after completing
>- t occasionally be pulled outlast her studies the llavenite has u,
this beautiful vine become a young enjoyyed extensive G

peit. travel in Denmark, Germany, Yugoslovia, CROWN JEWELS -

The Cat's claw will grow Italy, Greece, Spain, and France, before returning
on a wide variety of soils and were appropriate lilies for these arrangements in the recent spring flower
aboard The France to the United States. Miss
require no special attentionto show. For the Invitational class (leftl.) Mrs Earl B. White used dracaena, ane. I'
cultural requirements. Paul Giddings will continue her studies at the University money, and red amaryllii. The arrangement pictured at the right, was by Mrs,

Rutter at Cypress of the horticultural Gardena recommends staff of South Florida in Tampa, beginning next week. Harry DiChristina. She used juniper and delphinium with. gold crown. I't''

./1 an application of a4-t-4 Mies Joanne Carpenter will The Woman's Christian Temperance "
.a.ax fertilizer be made after bloom arrive home this weekend from Union will meet Toes.day
ing for specimen plantings. It Florida State University to at 1:45: In the Beymer Memorial Dance Tomorrow NightThe 'WHITE COLLAR'WOMEN s
la hardy In all but the northernmost spend s few days between trl- Methodist Church chap NEW YORK UPIOver
MISS SANDY TURNER, I Cyprus Gardens sections of the State and musters with her parents, Mr. el. Mri. John Whlteildei will Dance Tickets are three dollar. per past few decades, white collar the I
Cancer -
April ipon-
I t model, stanch beneath a branch of the flowering does not require special winter and Mn John W. CarpenterJr. review of the study book. Mrs. noted by the Lake Alfred Junior couple. employment of women fas
Cat't-Claw vin. Th. vine It a spectacular one, protection. For the next six weeks John Myers will present the devotional Woman's Club, has the decorating Featuring Dave Friedrlcks; been growing twice as fast is
I native to Florida, Because of It*very rapid rate Mill Carpenter will be In Jack. and Ralph Smith director committee busy making and the Mello-Tones, the dance that of men, the Institute of
of growth the Doxantha makes aonvlUe Interning with the Florida of music for the First cancer swords as part of the Is a prelude to the annual Can Life Insurance reports,
THINK TWICE a highly desirable plant for State Welfare Department. Baptist Church will be soloist. held tomorrow from nine to cer Drive which begins Tuesday In 1940 women held only one
NEW YORK (UP) .-Think HousewarmingParty screening purposes when grown twelve "under the itara" at in Lake Alfred sponsoredby out of three white collar jobs,
twice before you air your cloth. along a fence or will. The dense MM. Homer Hand and chil Mrs. Lee Ellis, Daily News. 660 West Pierce Street in Lake the Lake Alfred Junior Worn. the United States, Today the.,
es In the sun, advises the National Given foliage provides an attractive 1 dren plan to spend the week. Chief Women Editor plans to Alfred. an's Club with Lynn McNeerthe are Just a few percentage points
Institute of Drycleanlng1. background (for flowering end In Miami with Mr. and attend the spring meeting of the casual. Cancer Crusade Chairman. behind the men.
will be
If the tog are green, blue or At Tucker Home shrubs or beds of annual) and Mn. Grady Lewis and IOn, Florida Woman's Press Club Dress
white, they could change color. when In bloom the py profusion Arlie. They will be accompanied this weekend at the Jack Tar
Many green and blue dye In Mlas Elisabeth Tucker and of color compliments even the home by the former'a Hotel in Clearwater ,
r silk and wool are susceptible mother, Mrs. 0. W. Tucker, most elaborately planned land mother, Mrs Bell Campbell,
sunlight: and will'-de. have recently purchased a gape who ha* been visiting In Miami M,. and Mra. Fred Berry
home located 534 Avenue C, at the Lewis home for the are making/ their home in Win. '\
NW. Miss Tucker la a Latin St John'sMembership put three weeka. ter Haven after moving from % s1I

\ teacher in Deniion Junior High Tlfiea, Ga. They are residingon $ b l
\ School and also teacher of the Mr. and Mn. Harold Baxter Avenue B, NW. w I

Eutawah Clas of Beymer Me. Has 106 19th Street, Wihneta, are I eof /
mortal Methodist Church. SupperThe announcing the birth of a say Terry Morris his returned to It I Id
PhonsCY Fellow teacher from Denlson en pound daughter, Trlna Diane hla (I'lltlat Miryville College t
and member of the Eutawah Aldercgate and Adult last Sunday In the Lake Mafyville, Tenn after spending
3.3723U.S. Clan descended on the Tuckers Bible Classes of St. John's Wales General Hoipltal. The semester holidays with his parents Winter Haven
this week bearing housewarming Methodist Church sponsored a junior miss la also being welcomed the Rev and Mrs. J, Irwin -
Hi-Way 27In gifts and good wish covered dish supper In the by two brother, David Wherry.
Dund.. es. Church! Dining Room on Tuesday and ReggitMr The Junior member of the
During the evening, gifts evening, for the membership Lake Region Yacht and Country
ranging from rugs to electric of the Church. Sydney 0. Chase Jr. of Club will host
serve II to
,appliances and gash money tart The tables wen prettily deer Sanford formerly ,of Winter the
patUcipattnc number of:
,tanked tor1 dretweWtere opeft4CM. -. orated"wtth'ktaigoa: \'!.re';" Haven;jb;: u bkrt, I tpapmtgdchiilrmadof the fietWa Btate - Go. :
kins : \ > : : 4rlsCt." th."ticilel..Actvl.tlea Prop *' ...
One otjthe ; a Jet:;pt0Thl; tournament hit evening in 'the 11"1oi' 11110
*:JV: tables, furnished much of Mr; and Mrs, Everette Committee for the Slit an
Teen Room of the Club from
J Ilment with various one deciding Whitehead; Mr. and Mrs, Fred nual convention of the Florida
six to eleven A combo will
Just how they should be Carrleret: Mr. and Mrs. Lynn' Fruit and Vegetable Associa- p m.
.tacked for atoring. Among Reed and Mr and Mrs A. J. tlon, to be held at the Americana furnish music and refreshmentswill The Specialized Job of Savinas and Loan Associations
be served. Teen chairman
Eliza. Altman. Jlotel. Bal Hirbour, Miami
those attending were
and Mrs. Richard Daniel will
beth's sister, Mrs. M. K. Sharp After the delicious meal those Beach, in September. Mrs. be .
and her daughter Miss Patricia attending adjoured to the Sanct- Chase la now librarian of the chaperonesThe
TM NATwwatwacstsngse Sharp, of Lakeland. uary where Dr. John J. Rooks, Parish Library of Holy Cross
Mozart Music Club will
Fruit Juice, cookies and nibble District Superintendent conducted Episcopal Church In Sanford.
the 4th Quarterly Conference not meet this month since their
served to the followIng -
were teacher, Mrs Leone R.
of the Church. Church Guy
guest Mesdames Robert Belo Lewis I* home from Florida
officers for the new year and broke her wrist, Special attention
Allen, Hollls C Bolick, Clifford State University In Tallahmee
the nominating committee for will be given to the life of
D. R. for spring visit with
Branch, W. E. Campbell I
1868 were elected and other Mozart during April. The annual
Dayton, Robert Dull, John his parent, Mr. and Mrs. R.
church business transact recital
was will be May 10th
Ask Your WaitressFor Evans, Edward Faser Robert ed. Chal Lewis. Award winners thla month were
Gilbert, W. R Helms, Freddie Dr. Rooks showed slides and Margaret Thompson, Linda
Your Johnson, E, P. Lewis Alan F. gave an Interesting account of The Wagoner met this week Owen, Craig Seay, Rex Coe.
D. W in the Moose 1111 at which time
McKinley, Chester Mann, the General Conference of Marcla Deedrlck and Teresa
COMPLIMENTARYManhattan Moreland, R. D. Motslnger, Methodlatlsm held In Denver In permanent membership cards Smith.
Amelia Newland Jack Owens, I960. He described In detail wert lisued. Twenty-four members
Crady Polk, Grace Quinn, Earle the organization; budget; and attended. The next meeting
orMartini Rabb, M. K. Sharpe, R W many of the prominent personalities is scheduled for May 20th. New Arrivals
Splckard, W. L. Talt J. L Wai- and the part they have
Weitbrook, Mar. also told Mr. and Mrs. Alvbs KlrUand
drop George In this assembly. He Mr. and Mrs, James A Yar
WHEN YOU ORDER OUR vin Zehntner, Mines Elite Kirk, some of the plan expected to have a* their guest, the latter' brough of Auburndale are theparents
Lois Johnson, Sue McCrelght, be worked out In the future by mother, Mra. 0. W. Walden ol, of bona at
a daughter
Master Chefs Patricia Sharp. Opal Sprunger, the General Conference which Headland, Ala, 1 06 p.m. yesterday in the
Haze Seymour and the new will be held again this year. Mr. and Mn. Harlla Beech. Winter Haven Hospital The
Special of the Day home owners, Miss Tucker and mar have returned to thelihome I baby weighed la at nine
her mother.STUARTI. In Ann Arbor Mich aft pound and one ounce.A 4/
IMs.y .." Settrfeyl, er spending their second winter ion, weighing five pound,
FLAMING FLORIDA LOMTSN Sic,1'SHOLLYWOOD season here. nine and a quarter ounces,
..rv.4 with bikM ptttt, 'I" UPI) -Hall born
Mr Walker wan at T:07 a.m. yeiterd
table, sated" Hoi bread A better, an tenor Enso Stuart! haa signed Ralph la visitIng -
y In the local hospital to
for two w"klln Paterson
settee r teed tee
s recording oontract wit
> N. J. with her son, Dr. Ralph h Mr. and Mrs. James B.
Patti! Pag Jac
$]00 Rael. manager Walker. Parsley, Y

Central Registration Christian Kindergarten Open NEW CAR? Make No Mistake About It. .

Prt-rtgUrratloii dot. Tuesday, April 21, 1964, .

1:00: A.M. to 1:00: P.M. DON'T OVERLOOK THE COMBINED SAYINGS As a customer you are the finest asset that

Children who will be S by January I, 1965, eligible for .. OP $$0.00 TO $200.00 BY FINANCING we possess.

enrollment for Kindergarten, beginning Sept I, I9&4. '

COMPETENT. TRAINED FACULTY .. You add spring to our step and joy to our

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DIRECTOR: College Mrs Kenneth arid Florida Hough State, Florida University Southern .GAIL. BURTON was hone AT 4 Y2 % heart. You make life worth living for without

ored on her sixth blrthdey couldn't exist.
ART INSTRUCTOR) Mrs. Charles Deming. Hillsdale by her parenti, Mr. and you we
College, Mich., and the University of 1 Mri. Harold W. Burton.,
Michigan Friend I attending the AND LOWER COST AUTO INSURANCE. Make no mistake. we keep this in mindin

MUSIC INSTRUCTORS: Mr. R. E. Mm, Florida party were Debra Bror< all financial ,
Southern College, St. Petersburg Junior non Kimberly MeCrenvman UP TO 36 MONTHS our transactions. We hope you

College Station University Mrs. D. D. Cherrl Barnhtll Mary often
come in so we can it.
Debault, Lincoln Christian College, Joe Dermtd Tlsh l.r."., prove
Stetson University Pamela Murphy, M 111 I y STILL ANOTHER SERVICE
Tanner, Kenneth Curby,
BIBLE AND DEVOTIONAL) Patter Delmer D. 0. Teresse Thomas, Ron Riser, 1 1I 1e
bault, Lincoln Christian College and Don hell, Randy Marshall, OFCONSOLIDATED
Seminary, Butler University, Jacksonville Leslie and Warren Foster.

proved with modern conditioned facilities, andlicensed
by the Polk County Health Department DAY
$1.00 registration fee at time of enrollment "WINTII HAYIN LAI6IJT INSUHANCI ACJENttT

$12.50 per month tuition and refreshment & GRADUATION EVERY FORM OF INSURANCEFOR 1

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Municipal Court Docket To Speak To ,. .""'
Hedgehog Sex Expert Needed Unitarians ONE WORD

Monroe Addison. no driven Jtmmi Frazier" r, reckless W B Alchtey, vtfrascy. 10 sIs Mae BIG Di..nceEXPlIUENCE
(license, forfeited $M ..... driving while drinking forfeited day suspended seotJlKi.Edward Sunday, at lOa.m. Mri.Prank
Kenneth E. AU... no drivenilcense $90 boad Bumey, deed 10 LONDON (VPr Th Hairy Wegessday nllllt."Tllen ther.'a Winston will be the\ speaker at !
IS fIDe suapswM.Mabel Mildred Frailer ruttteg. day suspended\ aentoaee. Doubleday Research Aim, nothing you one do." 1M Leis ReglesUnldrlsnUnlversallal -
Lueile Allen, disobeyIng stop alp, forfeited 110 bond.Charles Roy James Heard drank. ISdayt which seats to breed .bMijehos Rills sM be hoped some expert Fellowship, 3140 Troy ELECT
filled $10. Oliver Glees. Improper for pod bluing espsdments CM show hU iMoptatton Avenue Lakeland. ,
atop sign
Virginia Neil Anderson, dts- I lone usage, hid .... Alfred McClaln. drunk. 30 Is mule. trouble l ltsftf how to ten the difference so Mrs Winston, who tteha '
be hedgehogs from she h dfehojs call start economics at l Florida -.otithern Paul VAUGHN
atop alp, forfeited Arthur D Gratrtfeam. disobeying day suspended sentence.
eying work on their project i'ollcR*. will irtve the .ocond
bio bOnd. Hop sign, dud $10 James M Nobitt vagrancy.
"The moment you touch a part of a \dlM iisuHin lit( "The
Robert Eugene Baker careens Mitchell Alvin, Hardy sped.Ing 10 day suspended sentence hedgehog It curls into a bill," (Im" mens.' Inns' to'\ i\ lor.n Clerk o-f Circuit Court
(fined $15 driven Half the uild.s sang MIPI''"' ,
fined $M. Isabelk Miller no
driving '
aid the uiKlil
association's l bit 1 and us >lnt( phl-
Gladys Waters Bilbrcy, die James Paul Holland Jr., Improper license nolle prossed secretary, Lawrence HIUs, (omen from southern Portugal loftophv ,... '.1 l Ad.
|obeying stop sign forfeited $10 license tag $16 flee
>ndbomuel. suspended.
Lewis Burham, lID'roper Dennis Martin Hughes violation

> passing, forfeited $10hood. 12. of one way street, fined P CENT We Giver

Evelyn Ruth Carbon, failure Lag Jones following too .
to yield right of way closely accident forfeited TOP VALUE
accident not guilty. $85 bond. ;
Robert Bruce Casey reck- Wiley Jones Jr., failure to w.
lets driving while drinking have vehicle under control -
no drivers license, forfeited accident, fined $15, leaving STAMPS
ISO bond on each charge. scene of an accident, none Y
Willie James Cook, violationof prossed.
one way street forfeited Clarence Junior Jordan, Im
$10 bond no driven license proper drivers license. Im saissa J+ -
forfeited $"0 bond. proper turn did not show r

John Spencer Cowan, speedIng Earl Coppage Jordan, disobeying 120 THIRD STREET, S.W.
fined $15. stop sign, forfeited 150 FOURTH STREET N.W.
Arthur Kelly Cramer, failure $10 bond.
to stop at stop sign, forfeited John H. LaRosch disobeying AUIURNDALE STORE G d
$10 bond another count / stop sign forfeited $10 SOUTHLAN SHOPPING CENTER
wag nolle pressed. bond. 0 GrIcss +
Mae Frances Davis, failureto John Edward Mabe, no CELLE =
have vehicle under control, drivers license $5 fine sus

dd! not show.James pended.
Earl Deas, disobeying Sven Matson careless drivIng
stop sign forfeited $10 fined $23, disobeying red Iffectlwe
bond. light, fined $10 April. 1110111. hRserwl

Sidney Daniel Dumas Jr., Grace Norman McCsrty, Im -Ity 1,1ttt,
speeding, fined $13. proper lane usage fined $15. t!
Flora M. McCullough. disobeying 1
Michael Joseph Fisher Improper
parking, nolle pressed. stop sign forfeited $10
Jesse D. Allen public drunk,
Johnny Meeks, reckless
Ined $25, drunk 10
$25 or
DaysPaul. driving while drinking, no
drivers license forfeited $50
Angel, drunk: fined $25, bond each charge
trunk: $25 or 10 days
Thomas O'Connor. reckless
Henry G Bcrryman, drunk, Roy
while drinking
iO day suspended sentence.Robert
Bruce: Casey, drunk, fined $50. no drivers license
Whole Shank Half
10 day suspended sentence (5 suspended. or
rank: 13 day suspended sen Jeane Witte O'Leary. failureto
have vehicle under control 10 14 Lbe
dee to Avg.No C
accident fined $10.
Carl Davis, drunk: $25 or 10 -
lays. Joyce Taylor Owens, failureto ( Center Slices Removed)
W. A Jones, drunk, 10 days. yield right/ of way accident

John Jordan, drunk: 10 day fined $15. For PoundButt
uspended sentence. James ParneU. disobeyingstop !
Jewell Lee Smothers, drunk: sign forfeited $10 hondo
10 day suspended sentence George Raymond Paulk, violation / ( Half u,. 45c)

Ralph Stumpe, drunk: vagrancy. of muffler law, forfeited
20 day suspended sentence $5 bond. W-O RAND U.S. CHOICE CHUCK cr SHOULDER
each charge. Roy Lelon Pearce speeding,
Car owners violation of parkIng forfeited $11 bond.
ordinance, forfeited $265.99 Leroy Sykes Perkins, Im- t t
bonds Improper exhaust, $5 fine sue,
William Byron Alderman no pended. Boneless
drivers license, did not show Douglas Purvis, disobeyingstop
James E. Anderson, followIng sign, forfeited $10 bond.
too closely, fined $10. Larry Glenn Ray, excessive
James D. Austin, faulty speed, forfeited $15 bond.
equipment/ forfeited $25 bond, I\t TJames C a.)yj ft Rejldlck.'speeding Roast
Imprbptr license platt, forfeit. forfeited 'I; bond.
ed $10 bond. Fatha L Reels, disobeyingstop .
Earl Baker assault and bat sign forfeited $10 bond.
tery transferred to county. Kenneth Earl Rutter. speeding i
Frank Barrlngton, Improper fined $15. disobeying traffic
lane usage, fined $10. light fined $10. GOLDEN YELLOW 1
Roberto Bermudes, leaving/ Roy L. Sheppard failure to
scene of an accident, transferred yield right of way forfeited
to county. $10 bond. 1 s

David Blackwelder disobeying Carl William Smith, Improper
stop sign forfeited $10 bond. parking, forfeited $2 bond. Fresh Corn
Cecil Preston Brooks, careless Cecil Andrew Smith assault
driving/ fined $1$. and battery, driving while license
Jack Burton, drunk, forfeit. revoked transferred to
ed $25 bond.Magnolia county.
Champion, drunk: James Smith Jr.. careless
ind disorderly, transferred to driving, fined $25. t /
county Mary Machen Smith no 10 Ears 69C
James Lynch Coates, disobeying drivers license accident. /
red light, not guilty. $10 fine suspended. '
Walter Allen Smith, violation I i I rr
Walter Covlngton, disorderly of parking ordinance, did
conduct: resisting arrest, asSault not show I ? I
on officer, transferred to Otto Spell careless '
John I I
county. U. S. No. 1 VENT VUE
driving, fined $25.
Cynthia Elizabeth Crews, violation Cecil Edward Teisley.
of parking ordinance, forfeited $15 bond.
speeding oboes a aib.
fined $1.50.EIsI. Gilbert Franklin Terry Jr.
Braswell Daniel excessive
speeding, fined $15. c
speed forfeited $13 bond.
Robert Lee Thomas, disobeying
Mae Francis Davis failureto accident, 49
stop sign -
have vehicle under control,
$15 fine suspended.Joe fined Gordon$10. Waldon Toole Jr., 10 .
Dubose, drunk: 10 dry r r
of '
suspended sentence failure to yield right way- t
accident/ nolle prossed.Peache
William i W. Dukes, two Felder To nes, violatIon -
charges drunk forfeited $23 of one way street, forfeited s...
bond each charge. / $5 bond.
Percy Lee Etherldge, drunk, Elbert R. Voss, reckless
forfeited $25 bond. driving, forfeited $SO bond. LAND SUNSHINE
Sony Evangeline Coodison, Jimmle Gerl Watson disobeying
violation of parking ordinance, stop sign accident
not guilty. fined $10.Edgar IteH OM Wig $5 C
Allen/ Gordon Cray, disobeying West no drivers license
stop sign/ forfeited $10 bond. $5 fine suspended, violation Or More Order
of muffler law, nolle

John Patrick Crierson, disobeying pressed. ':
stop sign, fined $10. Robert Bruce Williams, I Por Pound
William Leo Crltile. drunk,
speeding/ forfeited $15 bond. a c.

nolle proved Lynn A Wood disobeyingatop A .' (, ,,
Lawson II. Hall failure to
yield right of way, fined $13 Currall sign/ fined Woodard.$10. speeding, a.'. ")q'w .' :Jl I i>.W.. of soana '
Charles Robert Headrick,
false report of commission of fined $15, dpi .
I crime transferred to county Car owners violation of .
Charles Owen Hogue running parking' ordinance, forfeited SAVE 4Sc THRIFTY MAID SAVE 20c '; .SUPERBRAND

atop sign/ fined $10 $32310 bonds
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Friday; April l 17, 1964

I Quake(
1 Strong

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r drie --A strong earthquake hit about
)?)O miles southwest of Kodiak
Island Thursday but no seismic
r s.'' waves were reported
I he temblor, described as
'potpniully destructive" oc-
f ir red at about 9:30 a.m., Alaska
nine 2:30: p.m., EST. Seismic -
I wave station were notified

.. but no waves were reported
.t.. 'r k Geologists had feared a repeal '
of the seismic waves that
followed the giant Good Friday
quake In the 49th state
Norman Rasmussen, seismologist -
at the University of
-'-\, -
_. Washington In Seattle, said
Thursday aftershock from the Good Friday -
temblor. "This la a new
one," he said Rasmussen said
the quake registered 7.2 on the
Richter scale, compared with
s* the 8.8 magnitude of the devastating -

Dedication Ceremonies dry's Newest Government Building It I Tomorrow ; i

Pheasant are essentially seed
eaters They rarely eat the buds
Native Stone Gold Grills GRID CEILING AND TERRAZZO of shrubs and trees as many
View U of Working Section, Where Staff Hot Filet, Conduct Interview upland came birds do


has grown Into one of the state's

Marks Employment BuildingThe 12th Annual spring most ambitious. entertainment and outstanding programs Manley's Paint & Body Shop

new Florida State Em- pede lawn and sprinkler system "There Is such a wide variety -
ployment service building, to Timed exterior lighting 1s Folk Festival of folk material availablethat ,AUIO PAINTING
be dedicated tomorrow morningat not only a protective factor, no two programs are
I sn 11 o'clock ceremony by A. but also reveals by strategic alike," Miss Boltln pointed out
Worley Brown, chairman of the placement of the light sourcesa The Florida Folk Festival
rr Florida State Industrial Commission striking after-dark beauty In Slated In MayWHITE produced by the Stephen Foster Quality Paint Jobs 39.95
Is unique that It uses the building's lines and angles Memorial, assisted by the ONLY
native Florida stone for beautyand The fire-resistive, steel and Stephen Foster Folklore Guild [Save on Complete Mechanical Body Work]I
gold anodized aluminum concrete building measures 62 SPRINGS,--The 12th and the Florida Federation of
grills for accent and sun con- by 110 feet, and contains 6,700 annual Florida Folk Festival, Music Clubs.Gator .
134 9th St. W Wahneta CY 42747REELECT
trol.The square feet Including entrance to be held at the Stephen Foster -
building Is modern, func- porch, five planting areas, and Memorial here May 1-2.3, will flANVNWW
''J net aid one of the most all mrt>hun<' e1' ,":upmei I I. The offer some of the most diversified -
.utlful in the ell", B. T. 77COO coil was $7,000 under and colorful programs In Didn'tCooperate
Jones, Winter haven! architect, the proposed budget the history of the event,accordIng -
designed It. Ralph Kochan Construction to Thelma A. Boltln, program
I MANAGER'S OFFICE OVERLOOKS PRETTY PLANTERGlow It Is located on Fifth St, Co. of Winter Haven began work director at the state music ,
Wall Provide Plenty of Light NW, between Aves. D and E, on May 20, Ig83, and completedthe shrine on the) Suwannee River. AMARILLO Tex (UPI) -.If for a 3rd Term
a couple of hundred feet from building on Sept 20. Seven programs featuring wearing alligator shoes Is distinctive .
the Winter Haven City Hall some 2,000 participants will be thought Tommy Price An Attorney, ;
Federal Court The Times had moved for and In the complex that has presented on the outdoor stage 18, when It came time for his :
dismissal on the grounds that, been designated for civic and overlooking the historic Suwan- picture to be taken for the high WALTER G.
Rules Against since It does not do business In governmental purposes only by East Germans nee river, with programs on school yearbook, how much
Alabama, It could not be sued the city commission Friday, Saturday, and the finale classier would It be to wear the
N. Y. Paper In Alabama. But the courts The building's Interior treat. Sunday afternoon. whole alligator-alive.
ruled that Times does do business ment features light brown mar Folklore, music dancing, When the six stitches In his M BELLJustice

BIRMINGHAM Ala. (UPI-- In Alabama, and refused ble chip terrazzo floors, matched Pay RespectsTo crafts and traditions representing hand heal, Price will look
to grant the motion. panels of Philippine mahogany ; Florida's history back to around for a more cooperative
A $U million libel suit by
The suit,filed by en-commis and buff brick walls, and the days of the Creek and SemInole prop.
three commissionersand
ex-city sioners Eugene Bull Connor, fissured acoustical tile celling Indians will be presentedby of the Peace
detective the) M r
a city against
James T. Wagner and JamesP In a grid pattern. To decrease ComradeBERLIN Individuals and groups from from \
New York Times was back on Morgan and detective Joe summer heat gain and to complement throughout Florida, Mist Boltln A of k j Polk County District 4
the federal court docket today Llndsey, charges the Times libeled building color and texture said, and there also will be Florida captured a pinkish-
The complaint was returnedto the plaintiffs In an article Solarbronce glass was performers from Georgia and white porpoise off the Gulf Your Vote & Support Will Be Appreciated
the court after the u. I1th entitled "Fear and Hatred Installed throughout (DPI) East German several other states aa well Coast of Taylor County Feb 1,
Circuit Court of Appeals and Grip Birmingham" published Wherever possible, Florida border guards moving a aa many foreign countries. The unusual porpoise Is still ft. ,.1. Adv
the U, 8. Supreme Cour"bothupb.14 *ro April,12,1960. made products were used VElectric section of the Berlin wall to- :the festival,over the yearc,\ !live! I and doing, well, A
district .
a ruling by '. A heat pumps supply day worked their way put a _
Judge H. .,a Grants that .be f an evenly distributed condition crois erected by West Berlinersto C "i H .
suit could be filed agatast (he ed air flow through tiny holesIn the memory of s slain East
newspaper in Alabama. the fissured ceiling tile.Glarefree German youth, leaving the me

comes through fluorescent three rows light of mortal Western unharmed police barricaded the Winning three classesin

I E frosted plastic panels Incorporated area around the West Berlin
In the celling grid pattern side of the memorial Thursday
i night to prevent possible rioting
Landscaping elements have by West Berliners if the cross
been carefully chosen and plac- were touched, but no trouble de. the Mobil Economy Run is easyif
ed to drat the site, with centl- veluped' The Communists mustered .
heavy security forces on
their side of the antl.refugee
wall have a great transmission.

Bon Hill Griffin iiiulcrstnnils some The of Eastern the stoner guards surroundingthe moved you

cross, but these were' on
the problems created by the their side of the border line
The guards also cut a rope
around the memorial on their'
current population explosion aide and pulled' up stakes that tlILES PIR GALlO ...., NdESER GALLON
held the rope. They then movedon CLASS Cc .t. CUSS G'ukkSpxII1V
down the line. working their MILE PEA GALLON

way about 50 yards past the 6, tdt! LASS D' ukkleSLDr6. . . . ...EUBuIclSpedelY
The Communists are moving B, ,23.11 ,

a strip of the wall about 10 feet CARL $2.41 CAR FF. .. . .:.. . .ITA
closer to West Berlin near the
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placing It within Inches of the CAR N 24.13 CAR S nJi CAR HH.. .. .. .. . .. .. .. .ITJI
actual East West boundary, The
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Family Spat

TOPEKA, Kan. (UPI --An
L irate Topeka man called police

Thursday y.ar.o1d.on night refused when to his erases 20- Buick has a great transmission.

tape recording made during a

TNORIPPINS. CHILDREN a IANDCHILDIIN Welt Herrla Kathrya Mecrh. FraaeeeOriffla. family squabble.
A police lieutenant finally
Alexander, lea Hill. .I... David Aleieaden Ibewk rewl) lea HUt III.
Leers trace convinced the son, In the Interest An automobile! trsnwnistioo, we (ranf eonvtnei type to help you safely peas fan time can. The distance was ),24) miles,
Herrlett Herrh with Presses, Lee, Ame: Treurawe wire Cynthia I.,.., Sarah Jane Alexander. of family harmony, to erase you, isn't he most soul-tuning subject on lad tracks at IreU u gas KMIOM. about elm most families log in four
with N..., A...., Freatle .riffle. the recording. etnb Nothing to look si either. You'0 hem i lot about k in the ant couple months All three Bucks sued. regular Oar
wanted to bear of yon U this modem kind of mumi. :SD the Economy lea is not lest a mow
1 Just them But if,0.11 like for your next mew car to
YES, lIE KNOWS nilST II\\D: how ridiculous they sounded" givt you s better break o. performance woo la .adopted by acre and not cubuiUen. country tour for the Mobil people sad a
the son told police and gasoline mileage,something happened few cat burrs It s a reliable test of a tare
C The seed far |okt-it' ed> .....-1. that mevthi may It filled et mealtime hit week to be your guide Whet about engine power of team MI lard tad whet k'S able te 141-

end prefer tletblne and shelter! provided.Tli Th. Lo Angeles to New York Mobil Of course, aa eftcwnl rrau.iaIioa.ftIout
We do.'texpatt everybody M task
LOST .4W "Oll.'U'ST. Economy Kua proved one thingfor sure. mote eftcirai when ....... np .h. out
this week-end to buy a new BUICk just
e seed for geed teheed and hashers ft prepare ear efftprlng fer LOUIS (UP!. Official> I There muttons quite of a can.difference to the tatty lean power tile plants...were"....our The new winning V- tad Buick Y... because we won a few economy trophies.There .
hill live*. at Rose Fanning school tee|, The JOG cubic rf>ch V-I in the winning are so auny other good asuiff
close watch over the alive r Three out of four for Buick Buick Speed (the 'townt paced of aflBuicki baaing to Buick that economy ,
e The seed for life nods end highway le help keep Mir families together trowel used In the cornerstom I The loaf.tune champion fa the mum. )and the Buick LtSabre (the lower gn second: billing. There s srylinf." aaru-
nJI i
An Mutually
laying In the early l OOs, priced oil Bunk) U like t wdlcondmonedtghtcr .rn"-.l s.
ed hip,,. woes|ue-Buck-walkedotwabthe nary engineering 'p. Aad
The trowel' was lost durlm All no fat. Weighi M at
1964 No ocher single IeV .
: economy pennant. :: of nmiUr very young performance SaaB wonder
e The seed for healthy ceaJitleni !I. which te live Dad nor Mr children.AM the school early years and men I make oftcu woe.' many events u Bunk.w 1 clftfJ ku. than other V4-1'e in the Economy peed Aua Buick tales an running at II.J.over lax
found about 40 years' later In I Tour ntnn. wuiMrs.Theww rear
e .( eeerta, the need fer hchy-iltten (preferably free) ta five par the trunk of a stolen automobile .,Spetttl earned the sow SuperTurbtne Your type of drivtag-re: $ulaf The Run was through skis and town. Buick doOan saved
Joo autonutic vtMinuuoa the Beyond the on gato
eats and children U geese te fit away from each ether eutt !. a UStbie was equipped ,1dI the Super was auptr' hifhwari, .. traftc out of 1 free. them.canain pnde ta kaowtag pee
while Turban 400 (both ofCKMwU M non cat). mfx This was not race sack drmag or have t car that't balm te get the mow CNN
in Tb T're the Yam m a long line ot Bun ktnnunuuoai proneg around drmng Thw wai putof: every oak of gasoline.WoutoVt .
%dl i k.owetot this toioochnni kind of dnvuif-even dnoeerot
At a successful businessman as your State Representative for S yean Challis Marshall lid.bMtadol..atuIc r..I" TheSupar aspen w get at good mileage as shear Tens Really Rather
Testier is a tdiad.md tanpfovtJ torque expert doves. skew daily tuned produc Have a Bukk
Ben Hill Gnffm
AND et a grandfather has helped meat ell these let sit ...'
needs. aUfI Iggtl


Interest wEll be preserved end protected at all times, lesseeae (I"SUUNU

Needs GIL HALL BUICK Co. Inc. 301 6th St. S.w.
Elect BEN State Senator 251 I Magnolia Ave, S.W.

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0:00:rick a.m.-SM.and A...School.. M, NW M VTteey Lakelead, Pastor Read

1:00: a.m.- San. WoroUp .::4t a.mSun. School
1:00: p.m.-Y.P.C. Meeting 11:01: a.m.-Nornlng Worship

|7:00: pm.-EvaageUstte Meet LARRILKABEAUTY THORNTON The Exchange E. N. HUDSON CO. :::;::00 tt p.m.-Tralalng p.m.-Evening: WorshipMBTHO&HT Union

[7:65: p.-"eel.. BIble Study MATHER JUAN C. FISHERREALTOR
FURNITURE Natural Bank 111 *.* a. M.W. CTI4UI
Uk Rev. Robert StanoHer
Eagle FURNITURE CO. WiNe Ham's Fiairnilur .. -
Rev. CaneD Bract Paster4S f tF INSUIANCF 11:M a.H.-Werekip; .
Sun. School HeH Hdrd Sf 0 M..n| a Carfvt 11 10:. ... -.... School
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.::00 a.m -Mornlag m W. c..... -- L'M. I.

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F'OO uei p.m.-MkI.week service CY 1401 ... Pop Are. N.W M. h '.DJ.c. NEEDS ate' pnaI

7:30 p.m.-See. Tburi. of each

INWOOD BETHEL a ApNud lint... ee .he a..d month Wonven's Society of
ASSEMBLY OF GOD It'. "RnqoNUckln' Good" til Christian Service

The Re*. William D. Leo ........... 7w C.... Ibis Worh 1:30: p.m.-Tburi. Prayer
Pastor miNI .. .
}::43 ..m.-Sun. School -- .. : MEMORIAL
1:00: a.m.-Morning Worship .1-. BEYMETI:

i.30: p.m.-Christ Ambassadors '. e\1A III. TM N. Lade Howard Drive

rtrvice ...,....., Rev. Pastor
1:00: p.m.-EnaelllUe Serr. .4 a.mhorning
feed.: 'e,. ... ..... U 5.30 00 p.mMethodist Worship Youth

p.mPrayer and PriiM Fellowship

Ice I 6th St.. N.W. 294.2215 PIt .. 2t4.2t1t 710 p.m.-Evening Worship

DUNDEE N A 7:30: p.m.-Wed.. Mid.Week
Highway MX Service
Rev E. M. Davit The nursery will be open for

8:00: .m.-Suo. School all worship services
1:00 of Word I'ubhz Market
l.m.-MiDi.try The :
Evangelistic SerY.tel.
}30 p.m.- '1 Gardens Read
( UIhtA N.As s.e.
.: Meeting 01(114/1 ("Raul 1 1 t Aa pd Cnar at Lake Ray
+ N
30 I p.m.-Praer Ito.. William Tutu Paster

_ EAST SIDE Dri(-ln r' waw, 1:45 a.m.-Vorshlp Service
Dundee Highway Lake Bogies I e enh fhmi r '::il a.m.-Sunday School

R. Pail Sab.Wood Division Pastor u n us N-::- 1 '- = .4 PM.,.' 11:00 9:30:: p.m.-Methodiit a.m.. -Morning Worship Youth

O 0 .m-Suo. School METHODISTlw
(oo a.m.-Morning Worship ELOISK
:10 p.m.-Youth Service Rev. Trey Hatmaser

SfJO: p.m.-Evangeliatie Serf. Tklrd Street
n45 p.m._Thurs. Midweek r STAR*PRESS 10:00: a.m.-Sun. School
vlceAHNETA .. 11:04: a.m.-Moming WorshipPRINTING
) '::30 p.m.-MYF
FIRST ASSEMBLY T:30: ".m.-I"enio. Worship
111 Stk Street -

Leon Dosed, Pallor ; -t w-th rr; i h MINUS FIRST Lake METHODIST Alfred'trnM.w
School A ;
::4S "n Chert of The Lighted 0..."
itO a.m. Morning Worship o INDUSTRY
Rev. DareM N. Swmy
'00 i p.m.-Evening Worshipure l :.
+ t:4: a.m.-Cburch School
*: Electric Co. G C D y COVtKNMINT. (AU Ages)
t:>> p.mw-C. A. Meeting Tampa Nursery clan during Chrucb

Wed.: School
<>Prayer Meeting
tirjt.m.- \! 11:00: Im.-'ForshlpServlce
ratST ASSEMBLY OF GOD NORTH GATE t.-f'"L Nursery during Morning Won
Dad SE
Oner of Ave. G, 7'FlIU"g.
K t Emerson Jones, Pastor CITIES SERVICE ALL FOR THE : p.m.-louth Fellowship
J0.e8>.m. Sun. School ,L" FJWlI'f.t;; (Juniors, Jr. High. Sr. High
J.-arim.-Morning Worship W3.,. The Church ii the greeted Every gardener knows human ingenuity cannot be substituted 7MVK 7\ T:30 p.m.-Mldweek Worship

0:10< .m.-Womu' Mission- "w sea _I factor on earth fur the build. for the miracle of growth. God'a secret is God's! \L. Informal Brat Study
of character and goodcitutenihip.
try Council e.aivn hog It if a storehouse But he known, too, that wild growth means wililernes. ""'r-" Last 1:3op: Frl...reUowshlp tach month Supper
1:30: .m.-EnllgeU.tie the k.t. of spiritual valuta, Without Only cultivation makers a garden.
7:30p.m.: Christ Ambassadors church neither AMERICAN NATIONAL Fill METHODIST
l ed.i COM LITI ALIGNMENT mONT END democracy a strong nor civilisationr So he work with God. And the result la beauty, fruitfulnew IANK flu Lake /Jfred Read

7:30: p.m.-Midweek services, O.nnla. T.wna.n4 N. A. Bal ,n survive There are four ( abundance. Mimktr ...0'.Co Rev Chadelch Deeaally, PastoiRev

estlmonlts, special prayer Sob W, N.W. CYM70I sound pvraon should reasons.. way aervteeeregularly every What the man with the tfreen thumb practice in his .AasMlate Marlaaa Pastor DenaaUy,

LAKE IDA and support the back yurd, the Church Inspire across the whole expanse t.4S: a.m.-Cun. School

,1 Bev. Olin Luke Pastor BANK OF chunh They are: (01 I For his. of human effort the cultivation of aouln the Me. C....,*! UedlCHlVlOUn .. 11:00: ..m -Worahlp
Virgil Suptp0
own Hike. Ill! For his ihildren's DIAUIVOLUMI IU;: p.m.-ChrlsUan: Youth
|; a.m.-Sun. School Bible LAKE ALFRED take (1:11: For the ...11. realization of our spiritual imtentiul. Working with God! Crusaders

of his community and nation What do YOU think life In meant to be? StUIN IU: pm.-hN M 1 t.1 0 d L L1
a.m.-Morning Worship ((4))For the auk of the church Youth
jil p.m.-Evening Evan,.- -. ._ itwlf, Inch newts has moral) Wildernem Or the Gurtlen nf God'' ftOOO DIALS
S 'It p.m,'Ev: ..,..... Service.
lie' ii"" b and material support| lion Join us at Church next Sunday GOOD StRVICICheyrolel .
urs4S /: : 1 go to iburrh regularly TRINITY METHODIST
| pw..-Prayer meeting. K ':. lt.A reed your BiW '''''y. CgryryM, MAg t.u.w Aav.y. a. p,Oka.lurs v. Center CHURCllRer
.,. i > .. R. latatarej Patter
BAPTIST Monday Tuesday Wednesday fhurnay) $ 'r ( >.bra.P' !N /M M. tw CVIJIq tttt: .....-Bun. School
DAVISTAR BAPTIST MEANER F.D.LC.Sunday Matthew Matthew John E edam 11 Corinthian 1 Coloaela II-W: am.-Morning Worship
,. Lester E. MUler PastorBwy 104:14-24 5:13-20: j 13:36-43 10:31-89: 44U till; 1 1 120 7:30 .- iMeWorship
17-N. .f Bartow Air Base Nursery a ...

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::00 a.m.-Morning Worship This Invitation To Attend The Church Of 1,30 p.m M.Y.F.

1.30: p.m.Training Union FIRST PRriRYTCRIAN

1:43: p.m.-Evening Service nlCTllC Y.ur WINTER HAVINrlANINO Sloth .i. it Ave. O.. N.W.
.INnAL Morrison
ted.7:43: :p.m.Prayer Bible Study CeteI ATTEND THE 'HI nOli s LAKE REGION BANK MIUSAH .... James Pastor R. BI.ck....,

q U ; CafeteriaDINNER Of+ Commerce" .... Lairs Farrow, Associate
? School Belk A 1.30: a m.-Worshlp Service
0:00: .m.-Sun. Worship 0 ... t t.41: a.m.-lun, Church School
t ..
a.m.-Mornlng t
11:00 .
Union f '- : a.m -Woralag Hour el
18:30: p.na.-Tr.iDID. pd ey T C r Worship
17:30 Evsnge- S
: p.m.-Evening U y
Ilistic OF Drug Co. .;;w aM Ills .! lolUlae. Materiel' '::00 p.m.-I.cb Third! Xua.,
17:30 Practice Thrifty City ..NCA enl r 'HA sintMlae Presbrteeri
Wed.: :p.m.-cboir QUAUTY JIM scon. PAsn.ht 1111 C., ..411' eW. C Chin Aee. L ware:=:::::&.,. "I Plft., I.W, drum 11:11 Women's: Noon Asioclatioo Each Fourth MOL

I T:30 p.m.-Prayer Meeting .
1:30: p rn.-r.ach Second Tvea.
Sev. R. W. Watermaa, Pastor LAKE SniPP Baptist ALLIANCE: CHURCH SCIENTIST I I or LATTER DAT SAINTS or OOD I 7::10 rn.-r.aeh Wed. October

110:00: a.m.-Sun. School James L Knight Jr. NW Re.. G. Blair McGsrvey Ave L, Near Sloth Bt. NW (M.....) Rev, J. G. Williams, Pastor June Uld-wk Chapel Service
1:43: a.m.-Sun. School ROM Bulb Street 11:00 a.m. Sua, School pupilsup IHI Ph Street SE
Preaching Fred Jr S.B. Sept ,
11:00 a.m.- a.m.-Mornlng Worship I.,. Or.... Wolf re na, Pastor W. Scnonke 10:00: a m-Sun. School HOPE PIESBYTERIANCypress
1:11: p.ra.-Trslnln Union. 10:43: Union 1.43: a.m.-Sun. School la 20 .esrs of age. Elder James E. King, Bishop. 11:00: .-Mornlng Worship Gardens Read
7:30: p.m.-Preaching Service 1:43: p.m.-Training Worship 1:43: a.m.-Sun. School 10:43: am.-Morning Worship 11:00: a.m.-Church Services S 30 a.m.PrlesthoodI 7:00: p.m.-Evening Worship at Lake lea
FIRST-OF ELOISE 7:45: p.m.-Evening 11:00: a.m.-Morning Worship 1:30: p.m.-Youth Groups I:00 p.m.-Wed.. Testimony 30 m.-Tues. Relief Society 1:10: p.m.-TuesPrajrer Meet Rev, Willie H. Downey, Pastert.43

Rev. Walter E. ..tlle'". Wed.: ServiceIIAVENDALE I:15 Tralnin: Union (:.30 rn.-Atfult! Bible Study Meeting 10 00 m.-Sua School 7.30 p.m-Fr. Young peo : a.m.-Sua. Church School
Pastor T-30: p.m.-Prayer 7:10: Evening Service 7:30: m.-Evsngellati Sen. The Reading Room Is located I 09 m.-Sscrament Mating ple'* Service 11:00: a.m.-Koralng Worship
Worship Wed.: at Ave. B and 2nd St., NW. No evening meeting Brat SUB. 1:20v: .m.-Junior. Senior High
Morning and
11:00: a.m.- Pastor 7:30 Prayer Meeting Hour of Power of each month. JtHOVAH'B "ITNEIIU&lNGOOIl Youth
Union Rev. Douglas P. Jensee. 7:30: p.m. CHURCH or COD groups
1:30: p.m.-Tr.mln' .m.-SuD. School Bible Study. prayer Wed:: HALL 3:1J: m.-Moa., Girt Scout
Evangelistic 10:00
7:45 p.m. Evening : Averse E, 7th Street, SW
11:00: a.m.-Worship ServiceT.OO RIFLE RANGE 730p.rn.U.IA.Tburs.: 1211 ttth Street W. Troup No. SIil
CATHOLIC a... Melvin A. Clrlerd
School Service : p.m.-Training Union .: '..00Iun.., PublK talks <: P.m.Cecond Tues., Mows
10:00: a.mSun. (I.lepesdatlR. IT. JOSEPH 10.00 .m.-fiua. School
: a
t M m.-Prlmariea ChOdrea Dinner
Wed.: 7:30 p.m.-Evening Worship Meet Dale ........ Pastor The Rev Matthew 1, Connolly 11.00 a.m.-Morning Worship : I 7:1S: p.m' -Sua., "Watchlower"I.W 7:00 .m"ed.-M. Break.
7:4J p.m.-Prayer. Bible Study 7:30 p.m.-Wed.-Prayer if 00 a.m.-Sun. School Pastor 7:00 p....-EvaiellsU. Serv. TEMPLE EMANUEL Done p.III.TIM.oa Earth", "Your Study Will Be fast,

FIRST-OF LAKE ALFRED FIRST-OF WINTER HAVEN 11:00: s.m.-Mornlni Worship AY... M and lib. NW Wed.: LAKELAND ; 7:10: p.m.flurs.. Ministry S:00 p.m.-Wed. Choir ...
0. Charles Hortoa, Pastor Rev Albert Carnett, Pastor 7:30: p.m.-Evening Worship Sun. Masses-7:30, t.00, 11.00; 7:30: m-Young People's B. Lake HatUnfswwth Dr lehoo aearsal.

1:41: a.ro.-Sun. School. I:30 a.m.-Morning Worship Wed.: Holy Day Masses-7.00: : ..m. Service Irwln CMIer. Rabbi I.M: p.n. -Thuri., Serv Meet 7.00: p.m.-Thurs. Boy Sco l
11:00: a.m.-Moning Worship. 1:43: a.m.-Sun. School 7:30 p.m_Prsyer Meeting 7:00: p.m.First Sat: 10.00 a.m.-au.. School Troop No. MS
1:11 a.ra.-Trainlng Union. 11:00: a.m.-Morning Worship. Fr. ......_-7:00: am, 7:10: p.m.-prayer Meeting frl. I.00 ,...-EnDiJI, Serv GRACE LUTHERAN THE: SALVATION ARTY
Worship. FIRST CHRISTIAN ..... 1st. 10.00 a...-MomI. fore, I
7:30: p.m.-Evenlng 1.43: p.m.-Training Union Weekday :- am. WEST WINTER HAVEN 4lk and Averae C. SERev. Ted It. lad Ave T. NWCaetati
Wed.: 1:00: p.ra.-Ev ling WorshipWed. Disciples. el Christ CoafcMions:-Sat: Eve of Holy' BT. PAUL'S EPlS OPAL Almost BeratkaL Pastel W. Whittle
7:45: p.m. Bible Study, Prayer. .: Rev. Jesses N. ..ntU, Pastor Day: ..00 to 00-7.10: to 1.30 141k Street NWA. '.11 a.m.-Cua. School Officer ta
7th Bt and Ave L. N.W. Charge
1.30 p.m.-Mid..eek Prayer 1.30: a m.-Blble School J. Deacaa, Pastof I.:IS ....-Mult Bible Class School
INWOOD : t.43 m.-Sua.
riKST-OF EAGLE LAKECHURCH : School. Rev C. N. Rector :
10:43 a.m.-Momini Worship I 10:00: BB.-SUJI. fttsrrep, IO.M rn.-Strvlce of Worship
Rev. J. W. Campbell, Pastor OF CHRIST 11:00 .....Moralag Worship 11:00: a.m.-Moralag Worship
SOUTH SIDER. Nursery : Ret j. O. Drawdy, A..". HOLY COMMUNION .
I:4S a.m.-Su School Worship II. Milcelm, Pastor 10:43: ....Junior Church (forages L .. Instate, Minister 7.00 p.m.-Evening Eviofelsti 7 30 a m. Holy Eucharist First Sue Each lIoDIItnLEV.IION I.U p m -Young Peoples Legion
11:00: a.ra_Moraini Cewden. ..1. Sept 4 through 7) 10.00: amBlble Study .
Barney I
1:43: p.ra_Training Worship Union (:.43 a.m.-SUB. Bible School 1:43: p.m. -Youth Choir Prac.:4S 11:00 a.m_Preaching, Worship T.....: 1:11: a Church m Family School Service 11111 II THE LIFE"t.M Tues 7:30: p.m.-Ivenlng Worship

1.00 p.m.-Evening 11:00: ra.-afornlng Preaching p.m.-ChrUUaa Yottth 1.30 p.m.-Preaching 7.M: p.m.-Prsyer Meeting : .......-Ckannel' 1 4.00: Sunbesnis
II 00 a m Choral : p.m.-
Wed.: 7:00 p.m.-Study class lot ail Fellowship (Senior) Wed.: Thurs.: 11:00: a.in.Channel. S
1:30 p.m.-Mid-Week Prayer ages Prayer meeting groups Chi Rho Fellowship (Intermed.) 7.lOp.m.-Blble Study 7:10: p....-Young People Eadesvor > and SermonS RADIO BROADCASTS league 7:30: m/-Ladlei Home

FIRST-OF WAIINETA for men and women 7:43 ....-EyeDl Worship 44Tn IT. BAPTIST MISSION 00 p;m Organ Recital and 10:If .....-Grace Isis Sermon Wed.:

Rifle Raw Lad 1.00 p.m.-Evening Evanie- Wed.M: Rev .. 1'. Ward Poster ELOISE WECKDAYPSEIIVICESWednesday WINY (1_ its) 7.10 ,....-<::1rJ Guards
Rev F. R. Rlghtmlr Italic Serr. Broadcast WSIR Meet'ing. ....-La4ie. Bible Oars I:U ....-Soa. School Rev. W. L Wrlgktl I : 7:10: A M llulyEucharist 11.i: a.._T1Ie Latheraa Hour 7'O p.HPr I:4S: a.m.-Sun. Service 1.00 p.m.-red., Prayer Chapel '1:00Prtacbtal Services 00 m-8irt.. School WOTO ((140 kc) Frl.:
11:00 a.m.-Mormng Message Bible Study 11:00 .-Moralag Worship 1:30: p.-T1Ie Luthetsa lour 4.00pm.-J: ier Choir
CENTRAL CHRISTIAN pm/-Trslnleg. V OI'EnulI' a M Friday UO: A.M Holy/ t-" Will .
p.m.-Trainlni: Sermon Union JAN-PHTL (Llela/eM1 I:09 pm.- Worship 7.00: p.ns.-Fveniag Worship (he rift 10:M a dm.m...romta kc) ol Prayer 7:M p m.-Boy Scouts
7:30 p.m.- L B. Overstreet, Faster He Lake .... Dr. NW Wed.: Wed: Saturday: l:)) A.M. lloly h. (dally WGTO WO kc) SEVENTH DAT ADVENTUT
Wed.: Censer of Rocker Highway and MI Have.chit Mvd.Dclasar 7:43 p.m-Prayer Service 7'M m.-Prsyet Service rI411ANURL let Ave. II:. SE
7:30 p.m.-Mid-week prayer IlaUWId lead D. Debaelt. Milder Wed.: 31: : LLUERANIt ABntNQ SAVIOR LUTHERAN George N. "...
service, inspiration I t.43: a.m.-Sun. School I.JO: ....-Bible School 7:30: p.sn.-Bible Study m.Yottng People'i Meet. 24th 4.. "". In lew edRev. (linked: Letktrse Ckercki Satt.tt
Baptist Ckerck lomiag Worship Richard C. Reekee, Pastas a m.-_.bb...h SchoolU
Central 11 00 a.m.- :
M a.asMomiag Worship 34TH STREET CHURCH or CENTRAL CHURCH ..,.,." Lseatlee.
Slush St.. Ave. A. .-Training Union "FAMIiY WORSHIPfloaat 00 *-Worship Service
Corner I 1:13: p.m I.JO: p.m.-Christlaa Endeavor CHRIST OF CHRIST Bee Uavendale Blvd !
Rev. R. D. Hedges Pastor 7:90 p.M.-Evening Worship 7 ..... Service _.... School, Adult t 00 Sua. Televlslosi:
: p.-E. si.-Sun. School
10:00 a.m.-Sun. School Located .,..... Ave. J a. K B. J. graham, MleJetorI Btkle Study I II oo aooe-Channel I Faith
11:00: ...._Momiag Worship PARKLAND BAPTIST ffed.: Mtk ... NW Wteler Haves *.Of w.-BiUe study W'IS a...-$. DlvUe Service ItMDl.1N: Worship few Today
7:10 -Mid-week service
: p Tke Rev Ckartos DirksM.Pastor .
II os s Service120"m.Rvabg
prayer Street, SE 1'tJI.. Cenley Minister -Worship Radio;
Eighth Sun.
1:30: p.m.-Pre-serviee ISM Wed.Ckeir: rehearsal NO'll.DE'IIOMIUnoNALD.YEL"f!' !' CY 3.1041
7:30: p.m.EvangeUt preaching Rev. Gene Mikk.tk, faster IUJ....s ....: Worship BKRV1CESSiniarsd 1:30: a m.-WSUN (..)-. Tl*
1:00 p.m.-Wed.. Prayer meeting 1.43: ....-1... School11:00.m.Morning 1:13 ..... a m.-Bible Study Wed.: CHURCH or NAZARENE Voice el Prephecy.
Bible studyLAKE Warship II M aWofhjp Services.s 7 1* p.av-BlMe Study byMethodist FIRST OlttOIMorton : Fuel'

ALFRED g:43 p.te.-Traiamg Union UNTTT p -Evrcuag WersfclpW PRIMITIVE BAPTISTNeelk Men's Club at Outdoor M. Weight 1 30 m.-Prsyer MeetingIeuotbday ,

ASSEMBLY OF GOD 1.00 p.m.Worship CHRIST CHURCH ".: take She Drive andAve. Drl..e-In Theater lUveav t.43 ....-h.. School Adventiat CbvrcliBAPTIST
7:. .sn.-Mld-Week Service .... .
Halnes. Blvd.H. Wed.: p Z NW Dale Blvd., e ery I M a as. It." aworship" TEMPLE, DUNDEE:
UI W. DJlaI.W. ..., Pow T. p -Prayer aseetiagMETBO church CMU el A. tteDaJ Meyer Minister, Weed LAKE REGION UNITARIAN EUT W. C CfcaedlffII Lila or .... I I I.:IS p.sa.-Aden Bible Study Jack n..... Paeter

School ... .. LAKE ALFREDPRUSTTERZAN I::11 ,.... Youag People's 11.10 a...-*... School
U:00 a.m.-Sun. IST Sunday OrroUoaal 11 ..... UNiTERSALIsT FELLOWSHIP114S3 a Study
..ship Service '::1S ,...-Jtaior Society 11:00: ....IIora I. Worship
11:00 .....-MoniD. E-IaD STREET Tend Steak. Oufc Lokelead U:W p -Preackiag
I:30 p.m.-Chrot Ambassador ELC Paul D. Swisher 421 E. Park at SeeeeeaSeatdey Trey Ave.. S. el CkndsleW0 7:0* p...-I'naclllalltntq "'. David E. WaeI, PastoffUasa T.t: ,....-ftrrv of Evaafetlaa T.99 p.nv-Ivenias Worship
Rev. I
Service .... School f.M ..-We4.. Mld-Teek .
7:20: p.m.-Even I M _..-chlrdllelloal tckeol: 11 i... W-0 a... Wed.: .-
Wed.-TJO p.m.-Prayer. Bible idly I !7::00 p.m-ErBing a Worship Center 214 So. tows ... 1deeWershi 7:. ,._-m,. Meeting 11:W a.m_MorsOag Worship 1 hints I 7.10 f.aw-JUoVWeek PlijtfCB


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SPAGHETTI DINNER-Eloy Delgado, matter cook, and Gl.n Hicks, chairman, t NL f/tl'
I prepare. food for the Garner Elementary School Spagh.ttl Dinn.r which wet held on the I Swirl doilgit I I. fold o*
school grounds fait night. whit l antique fmlihmdm
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I Rusk Pledges Continued Aid To Viet Nam I tl I. flnlih mounting.N SID".

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SAIGON South Viet Nin Communist guerrillas military leaders, and Vietnamese ( ." finish white
(Ul'I-Secretary of State Dean Rusk, first u.s. secretary of government officials
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Rusk today pledged that the state to visit South Viet Nam, In a strong statement, he
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"deep commitment" of V S will spend two and one half promised the full backing! of mount-
aid would continue for South days here in talks with ambassador the United States and the South *. / \ ,
Viet Name war against the Henry Cabot Lodge, U.s. Eait Asia Treaty Organization Cut cut$8"N I I $10"
(SEATO) against the guerrillas ,*,**/,
and hit out at their allies In weal
Communist North Viet Nam mounting.(
and China \
"You will have peace here In
this beautiful country when Hanoi .
i and Peking have been
taught to leave their neighbors 9
alone," Rusk said to a Vietna- ,
mere crowd on arrival
Rusk added:
'j "Your independence, security,
and well.being are at the centerof
our deep commitment to you BRASS POLE .
la your present struggle"
HUlk flew here from Taipei,
I'I. Formosa on his way back LAMP
home from the SEATO confer. He. 7/74
ence in hnl1a.Hospital. ......, doiign, on body

All brass pole with 3 thumb. of torn lntp, In gold (ntlquod*rund L",",
L "Okk Iremb..ghLet's .. News print glass glob. shades 'v, fin UK .on whit back. Tground. 1.--

THURSDAY'S ADMISSIONS and wood tpindle. Trim SB" 'T' "

get our Winter Ilavea gl.... -
.. Mrs. Bo ,wll1lam., W yn4 \.. I { ;. '..:. u',. aid'; N*. 1/4)1 ..';:: rasa
Wise fMnJ Henry Braddy "
School Boardmoving Mrs ,'Bobby, Mrs Morphia James ,B.JamejGriffin Parsley "Irrunder $1' "88 M.dtrn doilgn Ublo i .l:mp F.brl wlfSUll f!

Miss Jennie Coleman, : 9. ewe poftkmtnt drumREADY
Mrs Thomas W Davidson, .h.....
Isham Harris, Vincent Matters : S6"
Clarence Hobeck, Mra.
with James Alford, Miss Marcia
Stoner Master John Hunt,

Master Brad AnburndaleOrvllle Fojtik POLELAMP FOR FINISHING !

BRUMBAUGHR P. White, Edward 0.
Wilson, Mrs. James A Ysr
brough. Miss Denis Lawrence UNPAINTED FURNITURE

L "DICK" BRUMBAUGH hat 3 children In Eagle Lake White pole with 3
,Polk County tchoolt, LIU most Poll County parenti, Mrs Pearl Parker E .. =
ball ihadet,
he It gr.atly concerned beceute of our School Haloes City tfyrene sat tremendous savings

Board's lack of harmony and programs Mrs William D. Adcock, gold tparkle.IARLY .
Miss Msrgie Mercer, Master
DICK BRUMBAUGH realizes that, In order to Tony Tomllnion Now you can save U two ways when you buy these handsomely

get our School Board moving, Polk County needs a DavenportEarl styled unpainted pieces. Save on Grants everyday low prices
Board m.mb.r from District 4 who can present his Manning. and save by doing It yourself Smoothly sanded clear or knotty
viewpoints Intelligently and reasonably. and who Ilalnre City $1488 pine Is ready for your brush. .finish It 10 match your decor,
Lake Wales
can gain the cooperation and support from the Mrs Raymond Stateler.

other members of the Board. Bartow
Donald Howard.THURSDAY'S .
{ DRAWIR CMlT ,r .
Left get our School Board moving with DISMISSALS -

DICK BRUMBAUGH. Mrs Winter Freeman Haven Brougher. POLE LAMP -

e.35 years old. Married, 5 children. Robert Brown. Mrs Grady
Collins Mrs. John Elmore
o Honor Graduate, Kent University and Infant son, Miss Michelle
(B.S, Degree, Bus Administration) Feldman, Harold Frever, William
Joyner, Master J Mich.
Experienced buiinettman. Civic leader, ael Lauver, J. B. Livingston Ju Early I American style, ,,. i i iwhit.brass
Lonnle Matthews, Mrs Lewis
o Member, lit Baptist Church, L. Alfred. Powell A. L. Scarbrough, pole with 1 4
Polk Mrs Steve Singer, Mrs William fruitwood ermt, milk
o Vic.-President, Imperial County
T. Young
Toaitmetter's Clob.S Auburndale gAci glass fontt, white hobnail

Member, Lake Alfred City Commission Otis Burgan. James Howell, plaitic domes
Mrs Walter Oswald. Mrs. Fan. DRAWII DISK ..
Side Spans, Mrs William H.
I1 a {0 a 10" 1 fIt
..5- IQI Woodard.Lake Alfred
M.mbr lord] ol IRUI AUCCR '-, Master Jay Cheshire.
Public ImrnKtiortOhttkf DavenportMrs. $1157
Willie Dudley
4Vgt .nt' T. Lake Wales
iia' ii'ma. Mrs Thomas L. Harper and
( (or Or*) j Infant ion. DRAWIR CNpTiRea32"I1.11
Hames City
Master Tommy Hoag.Eagle ,
a., aar 1 Lake WHfTI 1 1 1
Miss Tamela Radford.

Check The Record! with bran center brat :*
n' husk end font trim,

DORA COX PHILLIPS HAS ALWAYS WORKED frosted glass chimneys, g e s '" _
clear cryttal l cut plastic
FOR BETTER SCHOOLS dom shades on brat '_:_ '

1. Polk County coniracror now bid on schools tpindle $holdert, '
2. Bettor school construction Is evident. P" ,
3. Reading Improvement It growing. Duwa tswt
4. Stronger vocational programs" will kelp solve 'drop-out1 problem $1488
I, Needs of all school ,.noll... recognised.

Re-Elect Dora Cox PhillipsPOLK ."
La arwet, .MSATt PLAZA

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'evil len Trail Devil Thinclads Twins Can't Find Soot for OlivaI

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By QBOKGE C. LANG"" seven Starter, Carl sVrutdtn. was 'Three nf the tallies off starter
Finish FirstIn VIM ...... WriterRMkto tilt loser Den Lock and Ken Kay Barbsrt were unearned,
(By Six Shots Tony Oily ia.SM libliag Hunt homered far the losers toUowtag an error by rookie

: ;; Isr tko MiBMMta Twtea The Boston Red lox rulMdthe aeoani baseman. Don Buford of
and la causing Manager ten official the White Sox
CountyMeet Meat nothing but problems. managerial debut Ron Hansen accounted for
of Yogi terra with the Yan
In State Golf ; Olive is trying to crash a* keen clipping New York 4-3 two of tile Chicago runs with a
outfield which boasts auch power in 11 innings Baltimore defeated homer off winning pitcher
The Winter Haven Blue
hitters as Bob Allison Jim- the Dave lieN Illy Inbe second
( hicago WhIte Sox 4 3,
Devil track team ran off with
BOB mte Hall and Harmon Kllkt went
By IIAVILAND in the only other scheduled McNally seven innings on
nine first place finishes yesterday brew. No easy taak tor anyone, a yield of six hits with Harvey
Sport EditorA game In the American LeagueIn .
in the Polk County especially a a'year-oM rookie the Meddle and Stu Miller finishingup
senior and a sophomore kept the Winter Ua\( l1 h'gh school meet at Bartow But the Mthanded Caban. stagger t tripped the League.Colts Milwaukee for the Orioles

Blue Devils within striking range after the first round 4 The locals recorded M has drilled five hits to tf*. Houston 6 5; st. Louis. shut out at Wh *y Ford trying for his
points followed by Lakeland Twins' first two victories Including 266th Major league victory
I of the 36-hole Florida State San Francisco, 1-0. and Cincinnati
Prep Golf Tournament at with ail. Haines city 3T. Lake a single. double and defeated wtM-aMatMd. the winning run

Lake Region Yacht and Country Club yesterday- n Wales followed by Lakeland triple good for two runs batted at Los Angeles the. The Dodgers other,four 5-t, 'home far Boston in the 11th.

Johnny Brook and Buddy Simmons who fired 74 with 68 lUine City ST. Lake In Thursday night as the Twtaa NL team were Idle Ford Mgame winner last
I Wales 24. Auburndato B, Bar clipped the Washington Senators John year, patched his way out of
and 75 respectively the Onino capped a four-
were big sticks
for the localsas tow and Kathleen" 9. M, at Washington. run fifth Inmntf tar Baltimorewith numerous jams until Bob Till-
they posted steam total of 310 to fall six shots off r Highlights of the meet were Mel now figures ht must his second home run of man tripled to center for his

the pace set by Ft. Lauderdale IIs many find a place for Oliva but the season a two-run Mast fourth hit of the day la the
The Devilmen In s Winter Haven won all three where? He could move Allisonto 11th.
fourth place tie with Pom- Vero Beach 313 relay events first base, but then he would Major Lt"uehndlnlll! National League
peso Beach also trail Braden. Leesburg 314 i Winter Haven won the high" have the beat defensive first By t'nlted Press International W. L. Pet. GB
ton Manatee 305 and Pensa- Venice 322 lump event for the second baseman in the league Vic American League Phil I 0 I 000
cols Eicambla 301. Ft. Lauderdale Stranhan 325 7I year In a row Power on the bench And the W. L. Pet GB SF t I ..14141
Two other seniors were also Palates 335 And Winter' Haven't Barry Twins need all the defensivehelp BaltimoreMinnesota I 0 1000 St. Loud 2 1 ..14141
at the firing line yesterday Tampa King 326 Cartow recorded a time of they can get I 01000 Houston 1 1 BOO
and return today for the final Cocoa Beach Satellite 328 thebest Mele played Allison at first Detroit 1 0 1.00041 1 1
Sanford 159 ( In the eso-yard run. Pittsburgh 500 1
Seminole 332 base in Minnesota's but Boston I 0
round. Timmy Wilbur opener
re In the state this year Chicago 1 I 550 I
Jacksonville Lee 341 shifted him back to centerfield Los 1.500 1
AngelesWashington I
covered from a front site aide Hoot Gibson was second In Cincinnati t 1 .110O.
II to post a back nine of 37 Miami Palmetto no score this event Thursday night and benched I 1.1IIa'" Milwaukee 1 I 333 IV*
Boys individual Korea are: Hall who slugged 33 homers asa New York 0 1.000 m
for. 78 Tony Price faltered In th' 100-yard()( dash Gary Los Angeles 1 I 333 m
on the front aide and came in e.tJ-Mlk... P.....To.......E..mlll.11I'.1, Jaumri' McDaniel placed second and rookie I last year Oliva played Kansas Oily 0 1.000 m New York 0 I .000 I
with an 83. Hots Jr 'ert L+........... right field both games ClevelandChicago 0 1.000 m
Brook 4-lIobert ..r.b....... JoSe n.,. LOOKING OVER RESULTS-floyd Lay left, prsU George Davis fourthIn Zollo Versalles' bases loaded 0 1.000 a
Both and Simmons
bad three-over 39a on the LMiburst fort LiiKtcrdi Gory.HqhJim.Id-mr.....,t.. =i dent of the Florida High School Activities Association! the 440.yard run Robert triple broke a 1.1 tie in the Thursday's Remits Thursday's Rt'alts
first half Brook par getting a 35 Johnny s.- w.tR H.w., butt and Bill Ortt Winter Haven High School principal and Bailey and Jimmy Myers took sixth Inning to give Minnesotathe Boston 4 N. Y. 3 (ii\ Innings) St. Louis I San Francisco 0

and Simmons a 36 on the back .SaSlSls r a .iyeii., .... golf coach ponder the results of the first round of Florida first and second respectively victory Jim Kilt went the Baltimore: 4 Chicago 3 Milwaukee Houston I (night)
: Cincinnati
S Los .
tide Par at the treacherous 1ft. W'.r H..... Jtt W..,..... Prop Golf Tournament at Lak Region Yacht and In the axle run Bobby Lang distance for the Twins allowing Minn. t Washlgton 1, Bight Ang I (night)
lree-lined course ia 36-38-72. .1.thwn.dk ales' lliboul'a H..u', .,.....1... M.. Country Club. Th. final round was to b* played today wa first with a 4:42: time and only si* hits and fanning (Only I games scheduled (Only games scheduled)
nld Hutrht_ Pump... Mike Stone was fifth.
A stiff changing wind blowing
.Id "I.mlla loll ...
Iuded.le lilo the dash, Ronnie
.. In 22o-yard
h. WIIIMM Jut._. .
golf balls first one direction \wilr lI..h.d
Pt,,.r 1R. B..." H.I. Booth took the No. 1 position
' and then another pro ('m.. n.rttkd.. Put .....'o..h.."". b.,
tected par from the prep err tOflaj P"hM17 Saab. .-.... Jim a.p.N,. "'10 Orlando Named Site at S31. George Davis and Bil
ly Turner finished third and
swingers. Although no one was (lab !.' al I m..
,. ri.m :
under par yesterday, an all aa.t t. .DerRu.niaw. bluerb.unu.' fflh
out effort today la expectedwith ('hale. BI".*n HI' Mnioirt _I...,. Larry Peacock took third In
Pnl' WIIUI'd 1.,. .....". MIM the 100.ysrd low hurdles
a few of the par busters ( ."'. l hM'LN IIaIChMI
1 J.M.IIo... For Football Playoffs The 880.yard relay winning You Can't
,sneaking beneath the stan : awed> Mu it.
..,. .
dard. J I.. P.III.Ioml P ( H M, |M! <110.I|."K."'Ch.rlf.Mlbll team was composed of J. P.
Tied for the first round lead Bolhw.ll. Pomi... _.... Btv,0 Jones Booth McDaniel and 1
Mass UPI-A Sacramento Calif.
",....1. John ."'....11.. f. ,. ( starting
Is Mike Toale of Manatee, Bill II..,h Gtii HK....V.r,. BiTliTirnni special committee studying the SaturdayThe Peacock Copping the sprint- \
Whitten of Escambia and '7: -bo.It'.IO; Wilbur|: ./.'.H.IMMHill tfl Ml proposed NCAA small college committee's recommendation medley relay was Booth Mc _

''John Elloitt Jr of Ft. Lauderdale sat Mllit bush,. ,f..Riibr.c. Multarn BinkKi J.r.Pnicikt Dntl.: football playoff for next Decem Included a date of Sat Daniel Steve Barnes, and Miss With

all at 73. Whitten went Uri..do.... CITY h....,...,.,. Juts.. Mil... P... ber today recommended the urday Dec. 12 for this year's Tom Hatcher. On the winning i
out In two-under 34 but came M luru.. P't,d.. 1." _"". \jn4jni : Tangerine Bowl In Orlando game and said negotiations for mile relay team was Garlow
in with a 39 on the easier backside ku" .,,Dot.(HIM.,.. Mi Ion In.L..d..d.M f.rt Lud.rde. Mr..lt. Fla, as the choice of site for television rights were underway Ba'ley. Myers and Hatcher
P''.. LI.d. the first two Studies of similar Winter Haven took a first Such
years. post -
1G...... ..... ...
Bill Dudley, defending state Amt.. .......Id t..u.".... Mural' 11II.Pdmnin Harry Arlanson, Tufts Col season games In other NCAA and second In the shot put behind
/ Conned h,.._. r....'.... David Barton and Phil
from King, football districts be
champ Tampa re .. lege coach and chairman also will presented.
Jnvdftnkt e.l.l.
:covered from: a front side 40 i"-L'OKI 1) hhUIN., ., b.tHd.grn. of the special two-man The recommendation called Farlnella\ Bill Tyndal took
; :.., ...
,to turn In a 75, two shots backof Bill RrmMfim Mhinidi. '''0'J.it.s..." .UI.> LM study committee, announcedthe for establishment of selection fourth.
the leaders. M-JMrx wiih.m. s..i.rIUtert <. recommendation here after committees to choose both I Farlnetla also placed secondn LeagueQuality
t Mshti ItmiH kkiMDktK >
Roberta Albers, 1962 girls Mill* J.iMHnUK U*. being hospitalized for back aur northern and southern finalist the discus.

champ from Tampa King "_"' AlMil M Ln tfmtt Kl... geryArlanson. from above and below the Mason Peacock got a second In the
'...1...... Morrli orl.ndo. E'.... .
fired an opening round 71 to said he and Walter Dixon Line. broad jump.
IV-aaaW. Gtonn L k Vt rtliSS
hold a one-shot lead going Intotoday's U. i Milvoi thocln.h.lc.ir.. Bryant, athletic director of the Bob Ream won the high f
finale. Linda Morris .,.St ash-M NIclHrdi,n* MIC11.01' l-onil Hill. Br*'*r4iDMWI University of the South in Ten. lump w'th! a leap of 511".
of Orlando Evans had a 79 Tlnd.il; Ml.ml \M.L ../ nessee also considered but
U.*,11.l Rouvlw. fM.mblV .. recommended Little Leaguers ---
and defending champ Rhonda ,/HiMti,. \ ,hlrn Jr Stet'J.. Glenn of Lake Worth recorded ram I I..i0. H.i,,M .,Khu., ...UI.I ICount the Cigar Bowl at Tampa, Fla. Wrestling I

an SO. <-vPick' Kcll.r. Ltnkuil. D.nddW.II.t Convention Hall at Atlantic "Big Q" Bob Ortia, r> '
.. .
In girls teanv,results Es- l.ili I'S lulls rM. H.rlir.ea.( ':it Olnii .P..: City, N.J., and. from Michael Set For SeasonAn once agsln.cranbing his way 1i
cambia held a wide margin at DMHri liana KlWll mrtih Mm) t*UMH*>, I V. T.f
'S72 ....... S* rM.rtl.i..., Jr. t.l.e.IN.I' ment Bowl game at Alien' ,, like a wildman has been /f *% I?" 17f y.fr fen''. ++ In tffttitncy

Boys team scores after one town Pa.Arlanson. organizational meeting of signed by promoter Cowboy utfsfsctten
SI Will Yvlttor rtn I im y.u
round are: amroi. p.i.iii> Tmt pn and Bryant were the Winter Haven Lllll Leaguewas Luttrall to wrestle Tim {l
Ft Lauderdale 304 w N'rHM.b.Im .Avnl .lmli.Mvlll. IJohn .'+ conducting their study for establishment held Wednesday night at Woods the all star collegiate this fmoui prdvctt. They're fops

Bradenton Manatee 305 13 t:1 Hmlwi:,.... ('Mrs Mliml, lump PlhMUaSHOP Kmf. of the first annual Rotary Park for managers and and professions wrestler who and the choice of mat homamaasri,
Peniftcola Escambia 307 NCAA Atlantic Coast college division sponsors planning to participate has made a tremendous hit
Winter Haven 310 football championshipgame. In the 1944 season,which begins with local wrestling fans

Pompano Beach 310 IN WINTER HAVEN Their report will be filed on May it. In (the cofeature Tito Car-
Miami Beach 311 during the NCAA meeting at real lightning fast Puerto
Important announcements -
were made at the metIng Rican wrestler teams with
the first t being about the Rkky Romero from Texas
adoption of an official rule book the sensational Latin grappler
by which play In the league will to clash In a tag team match F. -
be governed this' ,...r. ...Inlt tile rugged "Brute"
Bernard and his team partner
According to Bob Hill director "Skull Murphy
of the Recreation Department .

Just $7 a month moreHard Ulna rulings, the on new Just book about"con-every p.m.The at matches Winter Haven start Armory at 1.30 Bnamln] Moor. Paint roller-and. Plywood 4.l' Pegboard panel|

conceivable situation.! tomorrowWRESTLING p.lnhl SI.41 tray ieli| |l.2f up p.R.I'I.1I types) 7t. ea. up

gal up SUI "pij
Last year, Hilt said, there ,to, 81..i. .
were two protests, the first
I* the' lagu'a history,because

of undeflnlt rules. )?

Th rule book la the same as [ aJi

used by most little league or* WINTER
ganlzatlon In the' stat.
The baseball commissionalso HAVEN
tI announced !th* addition of
four tams to the loop,brldctnc Hooks for pe,. Hack A Decker Glu-Bird whit Celotei ceiling tile)

the total to 18 tame Elfht ARMORYSAT. board; all t typi) power foolij heavy duty glint. |
In the {tatlonalleague fremU I.2c .
teams are up fl Ill up 29. up up
and eight are la the NITE 8:30 p.m.

American Th date lagu for re-registration 4 BIG

was set for May 2, with tryouts
for new boys to begin on May 7. -
The Choosing session for nw t [j]

player will be held on May U.
s Each tam will bold a on*. MATCHES.LaI

ST.=tee 4RR3II Inning practice game on May 25!
CYM u>d !th* official SMSOO begins
the nest day Plastic aluminum. Ames garden ffl| flooring: I 1.4": Jiffy lawhorse

Day games thla' year will beheld of etsalt l: tub .ti tools: the I best) from 4. (Its ft up I brackets) $1.78

at Rotary Park beginning 12.10,
ai, a p.m Nlgtt games will beheld \

ctt7aa through field.JO:.ames p.m,at.beginning Thursday Partta will b* played Little 7 p.m Monday League ands trite Tiee Match In red eNd To Agelaet.IOMCROClmh Teens MUIfHICOFEATURE RkkfCAKION SkdlIUNARD m [I] [!I ]

to believe. But true. This fulI-tiie Chrysler Newport is
Steel( clotfcnipole/ ) rl.i U-...td steel' Rayneldi Chrnrn nit.
month than a Chevy Impala or
priced leu than a more L..J. I I 7/1 ft., ...cO Ford Galaxie 500.* And iti equipped the way you want it: I 24< Bra. H "I' )1.00 up

V-8 engine. Power steering. Power brake. Automatic trans r'I.

mission. Radio. Heater. The works! Come ia Well take tI 'ir ,

. your order today.

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; ( I) Announcements ((2)) Help W.ntedHOUSEWIVESI ((6-A) Animals & Supplies ((8)) Automotive w |1(10)( ) Articles For Sale ((12)I ) For Rent Fum.IN .

Sportswearby KOl'B' SKASONIIroODLE 'M PONTIAC Convertible PS PB OR 8AI.F Wood working aqulpnl TOWN LTVIMG
r A BLOB RAH 12000 '67 Oldsmoblleheater :, ,. usrd Call. evrnlnga::: MS-T7W.
Bnprrlenced: Grooming Shampoo. automatic transmission CHECK BELOW FOR THE BEST 1W7rM.uDduu We promise to provide our tenants .
Do you have ip re lane you Dip and Blocking Poodle Finery (.004 condition MM.00. 4M Ave N.
Sllvrr Stud 272-1111. ll-ll ME: alter 5:00: p.m. I." aed with the mOlt spacIous,
want to turn Into money makIng \IIIDIlt > men a work
Catalina time? 1 M CHEVROLET 4 Dr. {nTpeia, uaiiormi ?."'A.r--= moat gracious 1 apart
''LOCAL SERVICE. what you buy. menu from $4S up. Short walk:
olid white I cylinder automatic
((7)) To Buy Or TradeWE II uu ".r auu Ul Arwaa AveAuburndale .
White StagVoyager transmission' radio to everything
We want two women who Call. Kennedy rDa \I... Acroas from ConUaea-

can train for art and layout He CY 1-6626. 14-10 tal Can Co UTITRACK JORDAN APARTMENTS

Muat be : BUY used appliances and furniture --- SAVE --4., Aluminum
composition availableto and we sell used auallano- IMl FALCON FUTURA 2 door. MONEY SAVE TIME pipe. 4W, U aprlnkler loot lengthMe 714-71. 6th St. NW 294-27S7
work nights si well and furniture. Brocks Hadlo AT.. excellent
ft as daytime aa AuHlaaoea A heater loot W C. Anderson CY 12.TF
Furniture. 2W1 Havendala MvdITF. condition Will consider trade CY per
during peak workload 4JW1 17-M
t-MTl. 1720 CALL
Shapelyat of our company TODAY A VILLAGE: OF OARDENAPARTMaWTS :

Oood condition Call Henry TIll- or shaiHi U1SCOU.IT PRICKS I PBOPLE.' 1. 1. I bedrooms.
Job requires approximately ((8)) Automotive 0150 day CY .U211 nil. 211.2H6.. rOHOU TRIM SHOP 601 Ave BOWBN MOTOR LODQBJ:, Hwy 17.

1}.20 hours per week in clean 14-20 HEARING AIDS WHEEL CHAIRS U. NW. CY 1-0611 S-TF North. I-TF

well lit lurroundingi Learn CANISTER SET complete. kitChen I BEDROOM cottage furnished 140
DODGE 1110. clean by.owner Radio -
J ulJvr'ACOTTAGE while you work Typing ability APRIL USED heater. good rubber 17'0 00. utensils |lau..t. dlehea etc per month Carl Breaoa. ST*)

alio desired Write Box 1412 Call CY 1-OS60 after I 00 p.m. 17.13 POLK IlKARINU CENTER WHEEL: CHAIRS for ....t. 1.0 all In aqua AIM new Ironing board .Lane Blue Drive CY 341W 17.:W
rR t-ina -- --- --
SHOP New..Cblef. CAR SALE !II! --- Coker Bldf M led Bt. NW Hospital Bode' Crutchaa Walk- I.B&1>RooM Supine $1000 per
Commodea Rentals, .1.
SPEEDOMETER: Tachometer Phonal 2M-14I2 era Godfrey
.mlllhed. C'Y 1-17111.
service and new cables SALES CY ":KI1. 171 Ava A. NW. 14-TF TOMATO HOUSE/ week Water
Complete BtKVICE:
800 typren Gardens Road SHORT ORDBR or Dinner cook 11 FORD K T. P.V. |17.5 L A J Service' 111 Ith St, SW: REPAIKS BATTERIES: MOO Eatt Main. Lakeland Old 1isAIR .
Good working conditions! vacation CV 1 TFIMS Winter Have Rd) Premium toma-
12 BUICK I 1>r. AT.. H S21M 4-42M "U' ... lb. 'lb. CONDITIONED large 1 bedroom .
Open > A.M. 'til 7PMMr with pay, fringe benefits. No AUTO SERVICE toe.. basket to-
phone calls. Please contact Lloyd matoea, ..1169 'Ib Tfic. I Iba II.00. apartment New 171 7th
--- ---- --- ---- Doalson, .Teddy Bear Restaurant 12 BUICK 1. RAH, AT AC.. 13688II : I CORTINA 4-apeed Good condition OPEN TIL' t 00 P.M. DAILY Street SW. Low summer rate. -

170* Sib Bt., 8hl 11-17 white. bucket aeata. Small VACUUM CLEANERSPARTS 15-11 SUPRINA CY 1.7211. -TF
Cad II.. loaded AC. I2M6II
MY JIIE"( old and take -DODGEAuthorised
equity or car up payments -
Interested call Factory Service OaChrystler
PS. decoratad completely furnished In-
; tie Per Doe
BEAtJTYIA'INGS Permanent position I day week.hours AC .. ." ......... "' |17MII CY 4-1688 after I 00 p.m. 17 201MO A SERVICE for Kirby. .Plymouth Valiant aLanear Patunlaa' Zlnnlaa, Marirolda, Bach eludes all utilities. close-in, flatting
Hoover :
II I 00 a m. to I:00 p.m. A'. Rambler 4 Dr.: RAH; : AT IMSII I CHEVROLET Impala Sport Free .ickup, delivery and all other.tl- FLOYD ROBERTS MOTORS cleF's-button.' Plnka' Salvla: TrMTomatoes. and boating at back door CY

requirement 22 to 4$. Neat' appearance Sedan. I cylinder automatictransmis i1 REYNOLDS ay'CtJ'CLOANER 111 Sloth 81, SW :213-4101 SHAW at traffic light, 1-2571. U-21

Starting salary to 174.00 per Corvalr RAH: AT. .. .. I11UII ..l n. power steering A i BkRVICB Phone 17.Apr. 17 EloUe: 11-23
PLAN week plu. fringe benefits Bend resume brake.. Call Leon Rowe day CY CY I-OSW .uay 1 2 ROOM furnished apartment private -
and recent picture to BonA S-1143 nile CY I-42M 14-20 PRICED TO SELL entrance, picture window overlooking
Dodge AT.. PS.. "'J.,
.1414 *News-Chlef 17.30 AC. ... ................................. .. .. I10NII UPHOLSTERINGFINE I ... double eeta Bad eeraer table I Lake Ida: 110.00 a week,
*. Ladles. 1 ration raiy chair 1 I utllltlei furnished Also l-bedroom

Rambler I dr, H, AT. ... |8BIM HAVE 'II Austin Healy for sale SWIMMING POOLS power now, 1 TH" power saw, 1 house, MS 00 a month Adult. only
To make it poiiible tor every $2 PER HOUR Color red Can be seen at 2(11Klnta JS" power rotary mower. I I HP 2UO Ith St._. NW. 14-M
CIIEV 4 1>,.. I CyL, H t 9lI12M Ava. Sun Acres phone UPHOI.STERINO EX- Brlgga Stratton engine Mlec.
woman to afford regular beauty 3V344S7, Clarence Peguea 17-20 SWIMMINO POOL CONSTRUC. PfcRT: REF1NISHINO. Complete Itema. 293-7877 or I 0 lath St. NE. FURNISHED' apartment. cloae-ln

salon car I am starting a All Year Round . '10 BUICK RAH. AT., PI.. TION and Rlei'AIR. Financing fabric selection WOLFE: UPHOLSTERY U-ll "6.00 month Call CY M3IS 1723

rB. .. .... ...._.............. THIRD 1167 1 seat HT. stick available W R. Helms. General SHOP. 214 Avenue A.bK .
new tavingi plan- To Apply shift excellent condition Best Building Contractor. CY 1-2710 Day.Night BAR belle, 11600: I outboard motore EXCLUSIVE area LAKB-:
M FORD I I>r.. H, AT. ........ UN offer CY 1-1740 1720 CY 3676 23-Apr. 21'' furniture all klnda. Refrigerator VIEW OF LAKES ELDEST AND
You'll never believe how much Write P.O. Box 1395 27Apr.36Permanent. I": Apartment .1. gal OTIS I';4 rooms air conditioned
'10 FORD I Dr., HT, Loaded 11395 I Inches of itove. Antiques; Coin.: Electrical 14000. All electric with caraiaM5 .
you will laval Business ....1. concreteand Supplies. "yOU NAME IT WE: Injleby Dr. attar 1:00: p.m.
((9) Opportunity Beautiful marble Home
Lakeland or Call 682-4137 'eo BUICK H. AT.. PS. PB I13ISW ) no painting. needa finish. ImprovementREPAIR GOT -GOPHER HOLE SWAP 16-11

Call today for full Information. 14 Years never waterchange 8HOP U.8. 17 Kacle Lake 16-17
15-17 PLY Fury I I>r. Loaded |I3MM In county FURNISHED rooms ReaaonablaN
old. Call anytime CY 1-7"U BEDROOM set double and beach -
MOTEL 13 units I years eomprlalnc ar Thrlftway
CARLTON SOUTHEAST WANTED Complete dining room CHEV 4 I>r. I CyL II. AT MM 170.000 115.000 down Best Location CYPRESS POOLS REPLACE: PAINT. bed ton eprlnga mattreea. cheat Srparate entrance Kitchen prlvtl -

BEAUTY SALON ..11,... thoroughly experienced .. In Winter Haven CY M37 e-Hay 1 Call for FREE ESTIMATE O H AIM TV stand. Cheap CY WMJ l leg,. Parking 626 Ava J. NW.
age 21 to 16 Write Box A-1411 .,* OLDS It 4 Dr Loaded |1U6M 1-TF :ORAY M3-48W.. Contractor after I.00 e-May pm.4 l-lt CY ....rn. ITFPRIVATE

Southeait Plaza News-Chief 18-21
FORD H?. 4 I>r. RAN FOR SALE Used grocery and meat MOVING STORAGETHREE I room furnlahed apartment

CY J-1W9 FORMER MARINES receive AT.. PS. .. ....... ... ... HIM market equipment Late modelfreeier (IO.A) Boats & MotorsNEW Adults only' 111 00 a week
casvs, meat e...., refrigeration TREE SERVICE 130 Avt: a 8K CY M345 17.X
.4? four (4)) diyi pay each month 61 BUICK Eleo HT Loaded SUM dlaplay ca.... drink boxes. IVORY

for food caah BROTHFR3 1-BEDROOM apartment main floor.
week-end drill meat now chopper register
one Regular
51 PONTIAC Cat 4 Dr. HT 11015 and adding m..hl"Je.. at: MOVING COMPANY 15' Furious Mime """ ,.1... "' ",Ioh.d. electric kitchen. 1461
credits toward retirement plus Refrigeration and Electric Service Agenta ALLIED VAN LINES TRIMMING CAVITY. DEMOss. boat 40 HP motor Magic tilt trailer 5th 81. NE.! 1S-1I
KEEP your .."",.rn.n ,in touch 51 BUICK Dr. RfcH AT. Local Long Dlatancs ING CABLING RE: SETTING Reduced to |9H.00. IIVtarnaa i
the added earning power of two .. ......... ... Mr Jim Loaey. Avenue E and
with, ell lh. Hometown News by PS f995 Sixth SW 1720 Moving A Storage Complete cleanIre.. Estlmatea boat KST trailer List WINTER HAVEN'S FINEST one
sending him the Winter Haven week itimmer camp In California Street. Call Collect 132-7148 Call LUKES TREE SERVICECY prtci $1607 00 this week only, bedroom air conditioned all electrie '
Newe-Chlef lpelnl vitae 61 CHEV .1>,. 8.W.. RAN Warehouse Olt.-B.rIo. Air Case
telly M33. 11 14 IMPERIAL: APARTMENTS '
In August Call (38-1911 ............ FULLY EQUIPPED NITR CLUB 12-May fll86 00. Used flberglaaa run-
I month |1 90 Call CY a-llll now AT. |W5 I years old. All block construe- 17 Apr. 17 a-bout. tilt trailer, 26 HP motor, 69* An H. SB!: 293-6217 I-TF

.T' Tampa, for detalli lion Take low down payment CY akla. akl rope, tag and registration
61 CADILLAC Loaded |1WJ
JlUMlO 1-1317, CY M2J7 1720 ''J.EVISIO.4 REPAIRS full canvas cover stara wheat and FOR RENT OR LEASE: l-bedroom .
Painting tire 4 life cushions, vary fast CB home. Calling heat furnlahed
CLASSIFIED DISPLAYBrtngt' TilE ABOVE CARS ARE Papering till.00 month CY S48M 1420CYPRKN
COCKTAIL Wall,... Apply to SALE: PRICE $91.00. New 17' I. per
management between 11 00 a. CLEAN AND READY TO Articles For Sale percraft, 46 HP motor Magic tilt
m. :
: ( RepairingI
11 tanks,
trailer, gal llghta
and 4.(10 m GO MinI other cheap- 23-1503 APARTMENTFurnlahvd
\ IaH'.u''d .
$ Jewelry 17 .1-n Winter many extras t full year warrantl0$500.AUBURNDALKOU.
er For the Fasteat TV Service : bedroom apartment

IO Third Street IWs ,ake Alfred ----17-TF:: ANTIQUE WASH STAND Hamper I. McCOY Quality work- I In The South BOARD n I mllea aaat ofAuburnifale air conditioned Close to town and
Hall seat A mirror, and mine manahlp, fast, clean and S A H Green Stamps .l.i Lake Marlanna Lake Howard CY "1112. I-TF
SALESMAN for termite peat con- i reasonable
Block' oath of Poet Office trial. No experience necessary Apply Gil Hall BuickUSED antiques Cheap GOPHER HOLE: phone:: CY MMO 111 4th 1TF I.,. EFFICIENCY apartment Free

Quality Watck art Bruce Termlnlx 1291 New Au- SWAP SHOP U.B. 17 Eagle Lake Street Jan.Phyl Village 17-TF rent to business lady. Private entrance
16-17 FOR SALE 16 Boat motor
,.. Ke alr .urndale Hwy Lakeland 10-TF bath CY 1-6A02 for Informa-
.Irf CAR LOT DAY NURSERYJACK Like new. N4 14th 81NE ,
irWINU! MAtHIIK: :. CY 1-164 11ARIITROCRA..T lion 401 Ava A NE: 17-20.
-- Alt { 301 6U St. SW 293.2221 1964 Model
Have, Club. Big Kag sawing machine FURNISHED apartment Eicetlent -
17 Apr 11 1e519ISITAMAHA Bold for Il8t M new. Takeup FIBER-
---- A JILL. NURSERY: GLASS BOAT with detached for couple or 1 porous EI..el.I..t -
WOMAN to A In, care and 7 payments of II 00 WO 00 top
CMM UBfAlB m..o.I' JI\IIe S cash. CY S-4M4 1011CrrSUtabl. Month r-r 6 Years fully equipped with radio. ladder location and condition ,la Eagle -
Antique and madam. VVovk guaranteed I companionship. Blight household for aemHnvalldwoman dutiesCY a-. Ca6 CV ia4uI.. 1.1. ..Screen>Awnlno Enclosures: SWIndow: IfcreeiuiBuilding aiCarpertse .t.7 ,Mosulay through Saturday I U gaL gas \a...... 7i HP John- I Late. :38H8Q6. 1WI
..... VP : MMrOR\ 13Ave.C.SICV
for II .11. PICK designed I eon motor electric atarter, Murray '
DELIVERY: M r 0,..". 1111 I-IIM 17-28 INTERNATIONAL Scout 4- OLA Steno HI Fl with AM. FM Sielalti.eALUMINUM 1-1161 lIt trailer Ideally aulted for 4 ROOM furnished' upstairs apartmnt ;

.Fairfax NB Open In the eveningstil wheel drive with power winch radio H 60 par month DISCOUNT BALKS CO. INC. 14-TF either fresh or salt water flehing attic ventilation, private

_ace p.m. CY t-U>a, ff-Apr, 24 ((2.8)) Loam $ f.000 Up Converted to propane Call 2M-I.11. ELLSWORTH API'LIANCES. t MMIrd i "Ut n....... Do It" i and akllnc SACRIFICE |1J 600. and COIn.carport.do..to. CY..4-1763.,,1.I' eehool.15-11...
ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS 17 20 St NW -111 231 llh Bt SW 213-UM 293-36I5 17-23I

m-I44T 26-Aprll 36 LAWN SERVICE NICELY furnished I bedroom apartment -
Tuesday, all P.U In Lake Silver Apartments
County Health DepartmentCLASSIFIED ; CLASSIFIED DISPLAY (I I-A) For Rent Unf. Call CY 4-2121 612 Ith St. NW.

DISPLAYHighball eVQDissiVBesl BEDI WJlEDJD.!: CY 1-6l1la. 14-20
lortgageLoans ... Adults Year round. 160 00
1 2 bedroom.. 40- 60 *
| to III
anything LAWN SERVICE: TREE: SURGEON month CY 1-2071 12-TF

39c SWAP. SHOP US Hwy 17 k.agle SODDING JAMES E ROYAL -A IM ItS St.. NW. CY "11761. M-TF CLEAtS' I rooms and bath screen

$1000 and Up -ak. CY a-l 67 l-May 4 SONS NURSERY Write P.O. Box UNFURNISHED l-bedroom house porch. electrIc kitchen Adults

Come See U* Now! T.Ik to ut II. Wavarly, ... near Baptist Church In Eloise mundl floor 2451 Ave C. BW
CY 1-7001 I-TF
[ LaMondf Steak House I IArDIN about yourpreblemi. ROOFING Florida Call CY I-380J. 1417TF .
tP. "Bedroom LAKEJ'RONT home with APARTMENT Utilities Included
and tile baill. 00
fireplace 1100 per Rrasonsble to right :MS74MMILLIES .
.'Il. RESIDENTIAL COMMERCIAL month. Apply ai.rra Court lIolel. MOTEL 1111EFFICIENCY
ON INDUSTRIAL New (AMP TRAILERS for rent or note. Hwy 11 l'Iortll. -

work A repairs' of all typeWALSDORP Supply limited Reserve apartment air conditioned
FIRST MORTGAGES your I01'Y4SMAky.t'NFt'N'tlMUI'tj.
(I.B) Loans Up To $600 P ROOFINCl OO date now Johnson ",plla""" .. : TV. Near North Gate
lUST MORTGAGE AT PREMIER MOTORS 3020: Dundet Rd. 2(3-1477 Highway 17 Lake Alfred 272-1131 APARTMtmn and .beach Orbit MoteL ISO SIll
Bt. NW. CY 14371 S-TF
CORP. 15-May 14 It-May II Winter Havana best eHecHon' I

Real Estate Loan Of WINTER HAVENJUOnlrilAve.CYISIM rooms kitchen. equipped alectrlo ON CHAW of LAKES 1 A l-bed- !
heat, I.. 23S1 Ave B NWlaTF. furnished
rnttarea Clean
WE'RE WHEELIN' & DEALIN'ILOOKING aid room comfortable Ml 00 per ma 4l
On vacant or 'Improved property
trill It I.. Included SIERRA
la- ne your closing. dead costa or legal- "Imply descriptionwe ; I bring I-t' for a "GOOD DEAL" on ((10)) Articles For Sale I ((10)) Articles For Sale NICE: I-. Stove droom unfurnlahed and refrigerator apartment COURT MOTEL CY "28
also make Snd mortgagaa : New Used Cars 172_:34th St. .NW CY 1-7171 17-40 FOR KENT Lovel LAKE-
mOIl loan. completed the earns or FRONT HOME furnished Short
day and confidential I ((5)) House Trailers RUBBER STAMPS -. For check I BEDROOM unfurnished homeKitchen term preferred M..u..Ibl..
Join; the Circle equipped I |": BEA8LEY
Winning Today endorsement algnature" CO iI. adults enl ly 2134044 CY I-MI6
REALTY 134 Ith NW CYt2767
other purpoaea also dating
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Domestic Loan SPRING CLEARANCE See Our Checkerboard Specials stamps seala pocket: $ &-TF
stamps' STAR PRESS Phone CY1U.tl
SINCE teas Buy your Mobile Homeat HI Ave A, NWTT- BEDROOM duple oa lake. Dock
Dialers Cost and "beach kitchen appliances. 112.AI) For SaU or Rent
Cadillac fCO
Mill 60 Dodge
Cor A a 3i< RW CY
17600 month. No .. CY I-TMJ
10: B 60: MM 00 DYM BET brand new. Tractor andKnpr.e. SPECIALSHOCK "
111 it 40' : IJJMOOAlso Sedan Flaetweed, Sedan. Mad A While. : wagon. gaud ""dltloll..th la-TF
uaed Trailers I2MUU and up A/C Imniasulale .. .. ""H. 400 Street NE: 2M-M7I. 16-IS
((2)) Help Wanted SANDY BEACH: TRAILER BALES "" '..' ."' _! FOR HOUSES APARTMENTS Garden CourtApartments
$2495 Furnished Untarnished.
2111 Hwy 12 W.
$995 PORTABIE: Singer, aewlng machine
$0090 and up ATKINS REAL
Bank financing It
111 00 Nesce elertrio roaster
ESTATE 110 Ava St
E: Julia .
-Mar tlOYCRAFT Buick |16 on Hand vacuum cleaner ABSORBERSFit ..1:. T I
The Kahikl 62 -May
CorporationIS 62 Falcon I MOO. 281-3800 14-U
ALUMINUM : 117 Ave. B NE
I D". HT Electrao22l' -- ----- I
UNFURNISHED -bedraom ..,,...- ,
HOME one bedroom. modern All white and f Or. Sedan, R"A Conoole TV. 110.00. rR 5lila.ISi. .
NOW HIRING intro clean fll O OIl\ for oulik sale j fully ...ul"... Bid. Tranagceneiny ., Most 8h"'rI front St, SW porch Inquire (6-11 1301 Modern elI new apartment with
Ray Nlchala W3J Avs R. NW
Cham private fourts central heat and air
CocktailWaItresses Winter Havel. 11-17 $2495 $1195 MASON'" Jars large meat grinder; U.S. Can $888 1-BEDROOM: t-bath horn In Garden I. d:= range and refrigerator,

aolld copper, wash boiler; handpieced ONLY GreTa Built In range even. ; parking close la can
quilts: .... 2M-4642. U-1S garage fenced la back yard CY be rented furnished or unfuralehed
S-AJ) Moving & Storage ; ( '62 Comet '59 Chev. MM 14-TF Also built for Investment will

44AI Rooms of Fine Furniture.Take FREE INSTALLATIONSERVICE consider trade CONTACT -
One ........ A't
.ILAI. V", AlT.
to work la their new Tiki over paymenta .. low ..
Air Cccl, latra C'.... 14 10 wk. Includes AHecthc For Rent
and future expanding IMPERIAL MOVING STORAGE: per range ((12)) Furn.
Lounge Prompt and efficient eo""'. for $1495 $895 refrigerator all like new
ficlliUel Openings ivsltibU all your I"1re"- Call tribe all or port SAVE: UP TO
LY 1M1M for $15600 WAREHOUSErtrRNrruRt :
Immediately Apply to the estimates.Agents BALES u sib atnetNW I BEDROOM: furalahed house -
for Atlas Van Lines, Ian 61 Corvalr 59 Mercury
management at SUtl' St. AAve. serving all 10 stales 14-TF MIFINAI STOlE Located In BE section between TY
Set Cp*., QreenAT One owner. -hll. C Lake E .rt1M 4tllOt .. Beaaler 1 COe V4I95Se
D. NW. I..TF bta.k. AlT. PI. "H. ( l.KARANCE or- SIT Ave. A. NW CY I.UN Realty C*. ) atreet. nW. _.'_ "
I 10 r.co.ditl.ne.4 reel I type mowers CY 1-1717 fxr ._ # ahTMi.S. .
; : l Services $1095 $995 172*
YOUNG MEN. fulfill ywx mill (6)) Special 45" is IS" -
WILSON.. --- -- .BEDROOM apartrnon.. Gr.ucdpm. -. a 0_ .the64as. BlaIS.'e
tarp obligation with only ill LAWN MOWER CENTER GROCERY equipment. for sale. 101.AveLNE I1.TF laIrS

rooothi actIve duty. Return for Winter Haven Drafting Cu '60 Ford Wag. 59 Ford Convt. 104 Ith Street SW Dealers forIohna.s Including. dairy rase. meat case.
.. law mileaia, A Snapper Turtle. 14-1 slicing machine, electric. saw. meat FURNISHED I mom "duple. ROOM ...... HI 00 month sals ..
service with your local Mtrlae All i>t> Conimeiiial. aMwMleatlal A/T. PUale. A/C. Original T/f, M, "AN: lock and ..,..... 211-ltl. lo-TF Adults. No ,... Escellmt. a.l..hbortMMd. 13 Ml Rent for eoultr Mrs Virginia 1.
draitingBaiiaiaAlioa rf" -------- CY MM or CY t-.1Ir>M ....... Bowk
Reserve unit can KM-Ull, Uua...,... USED RE: ]ERA: TORS Ml NofeamWAre.
deUlli D..... kuua ,'Y 4-U2I $1095 $1095 Ranges Washers Dryers EQUIPMENT for nl.... Bantama _ 1T-TF .. Lake Alfred. I71-U21 17.a
Tampa for Air Conditioners : Reeeadl- QuaiL Phaaeaata and large ckicka.Hroudera .
June JO ITFWinter I.... fully guaranteed Terms.From and Runs. ITI Eagle A's.Eagle 1-BEDMOOM: fl.... *** apartme
-Havea-Floor- HIM asS Up.. JOMNIONAPPUAN"U Lake m treat W enlmelS.o.s a* Lake Silver DrIft* Summer ra.eKS ((12-C) Mortgage Lee"1IA'
Surfacing Co DO a _II. CaB CY I-tTI't' or
Satufactkia. Uuarant. : NO DOWN PAYMENT ; Lake AlfredPhoae Phase CY l-ltTt. 14-11
WANT someone who lay hone! d 171-1131. Nltee CY 3-lJo a-TF
= Ul ... A. MOUT 171160.1STF .
.. FR -- -
I-UM.- to help bOOS 11-11 11SI.PIFML rhoae ,Y f M l -- --- --- COMPLETE: : set guM e...... Nine I ROOM ;;;;. 44* W ;;:;;;;
iSis 57 DeSoto 58 Plymouth IlL. Lake Alfred. r>l.... Adults
_ '.... three weeds Alec Frig
CAttKB orroBTmrrTi COUPS I ITram. CI..... Acee ItbAN Bleak, A"to. dare 4-**mknner. .... eondt- ...,. .-TF } Mortgage Money

All whits laauraaee ...1III\ CUSTOM MADE DRAPES AND .. f\\.. PS. ""H. pa. HAH tint Call CY S-I3TS. 11-41 LOVELY: 9-brdve.no d .. a.
ALTfcJtATIONS -- Blind stlteked
Wlaler Havea Tralalag furalahad.Slartlag P'eM t_e memeot ae alt --
par Ml 00 per _II. Must modem equipment kil" Hickory" $ '56 Chevrolet k Beared M till ..,... elk rrs Any lake New twniuir. Adulta.. M Celts Are Different
NW CY e-TIM Mr Edna 57 Ford pets MM CY MTU. aVTFIT
he married sod helween are M nod IhaoeeerA p _.. baa aN_. Investment. pfnrneaMy al a test
40 rhoae Laielaad eOe CBONOTONE .It. ",r 36 FAIKLANg HT CPI 4.Oe. S.a. .aeea VI. mane,.. .... .-.... ...., rata ..-. Memorial Gardes HOUSC TRAILER I
""IN'. a .. PB Aete. MAN It. Traae.CieaH .. Like wiaaaa. ltiMTINa Cemetery Me la the I heanufwl Oar- I ........... EhctrK sad if roar born ."AlI
--- ALTERATIONS IN MY ti"1MB: .. a ,*.> eeel _Mem sate .. .aatereatIng dos ., Oirllieeaaana 4 adyjlnsag. .... C1'water.2102. lies per work fits for B 2S.yeat.3lc
COmrOsUTIOKPeslttoa Beatrice CIIIe_, P > latent. eepre witS ea peat Meat he een la iiiiiie) 19-21
lor salesman auleor 120 ....._ U.. Alfred 57 Dodge ee4e ewe sslsrtai eeayi ....) aas Need cash must eed. CY 1--- --- I mtcTMt rat tola with

female opea who wish la Improve n avutt "DAN. White and 57 Mercury aooep a? an the. eieineene .< a4... 15-TI .....urnr1lfTS.IIIooe6a1 out a avy MfYtN chaw

hair paeHiu. ad Patois 14-11 I SlatS, VI, Ante.. MHAH. IR"H, Acts ..,..... -,. eeter aae) MT .nvad raua Oavajsirt
prornat typarea0p are eaeveaeeeHy He per day rental laf OeotrU Lake ....... nit Ave B IW I vaf souHnt rv bent
selected will be 0PC .p-
Perm Carpet Shaaaasear was. purchase View at 005 lakea MmHTK.Oam UM
aea.mhIed.lan (
porttaalty for promotloa: WstrtetMaaagsr ( .. Hue Laetra Teaa Bntsad BareVare. L. .......... 1.11 IIa rm savIng

lila Apply. Peasloa I fcy letter plue gtrla..*. oiCii.e bew: ((6-A) Animals & Supplies 2 1957 Ford Station WagonsA. 14-11 ,1----- --_ more and men people

BONO- OARAGE APARTVEKT Kadarsnra I are stag eel prvnptcourteout
of prevtoue C.t... .. HAH PS. > RATTON liasan chain ... re*> fl.er Soltabie let naitala.MM .
TONS 217 i
lHf AT SteVRaaOWar thonughared.grandaoai lea etaamaa, lees tip si rid allarevere. W ex* to aavreaMat Day h mortgage aer
., Maa-Of.War Over Mbaads RMeaaahaa kM Smash: CYaai 114 A.a C..& ttTfFVRirmn. vices B* bhcitioB.
MECHAM1C preferaMir Oeaeral PrwtMcee eacelleat hvstersaad Drive Our Way Deal Your Way Lake Faareeae PaCY ........ fMsaTROMQER --
Motors eaperleaee Yea rovad luaaeere. CY 1-1141 levertaatRanck -- --- aw rHFCTurUNCDROOMS. TOWS A COtYTlY:
work. Will .. werklaf .aa a a.waervtee alTrOODL ; arasaer tf' ne raece, Ep YIVIIIeCIES ... Vs .<< I
__ .ba60W aol aanall > KIM .large ,
esc eetngasaaa
Apply '.*. ----- --- amy reeaaeC MORTGAGE COtP
departm smaMse, hwalied Old Pwstat.
aWvfce rtarkaeyOldasaeeHle. TaUM hi | I'I'\ PREMIER MOTORS INC.
Took Manager **** curn.a. at MIM: i INK: Spusoi.s .ooVT'm swap loop >eiKia (?aS CY : ) a* CY : -m MaPGb--
-- SAUM4 Phea. Is.' ires S Soy M FM fIOTurt Mitt r rr I Inul'

--.m -n*rnoH .... a.t '" i4a 324 3rd St. S.W. 295.9044 oneaeae.e. aSSSISIS1IUUL$11 _. ; CYM1UIi
-- PLODS .Ka Vanua
Were -- ----- *
Female II ae M. wmeig M a* TOY Poodles heth _.. n .sj I oari Traader W4. geeal saaftiain.t di06a aaw*. .laaa CVaa ....
trpiag MCeeearr aaarual StatMg age write her raeawte heed Akaa '10 1 $Mf aa Oae awmiisln aaaa. Had Irilkrer .*}99 saial l| I usss uis I StllllU.1mo
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i rsc'SOUDC.vTl <>lM.. 1140Y Alf 11IN u Wu FINION 000.45+6 \\f ICU PONT WHO TUB
1I4\u Predicts s t' PlNOii4SOO0.Mv ANOTNIR 0)4511'e
I Group T
111S] CAN'T OP $4lN ms ND /

i llPS LN1sACT /

((13)) R.*l E.Ut For Str ((13)I ) Ra| Estate For Sale. (13-B( ) Wanted Lilting Racial CrisisIn s LI

Opportunity For 8AVAILABLE Our C.*h Home Buyer Six MonthsBy l1' I I r'

Working Man rot tJ

NOW! Insists M taw foUowteg tea- F II

Located in lawood jut off S4th hires: Scenic locattoB, Dot

street. We are authortaed to S Two 4 aniirooiuThree crowded two bon, two .baths, VeIled Press 4erMtianal r' I

offer I S room house for only a BedroeM breeaaway, central air ceatdlttonlBf An organization that report

4000. Located on two kite on e Three I Bedroom new or early Top on racial' developments war*. ,

Weairty, price range perhape ed today that the next six
high ground having a total ----- --- '
frontage of US Ft with depthof 6AVAIlABLE .,.... five or take aome months" will be "packed with r

over TO ft. Valuing the Iota Contact N. L Van Duyne It crisis and declaton" for the fCT ECS: eWWAUSTING. ,POSING TOR THE Vdj
Baton. ,
it over $2.000. the house '
costing only $1800 The actually SOON! VAN DUYNE The Southern Regional I I CAN raIKNI M JOB
building will need some repair One 4 Bedroom Real Estate & Council Hid "every indication
particularly interior painting Three S Bedroom points to segregation protest

For the "Do-it.yourself" man Two 2 Bedroom 17* W. Central 24-4114 activity of an extent and intensity

without precedent. not only
ber" a chance for you to acquire
property that after a lit. WHERE? lilt In the South but in the

tie labor & money is spent on North as well" r

the dwelling will be worth at IN BEAUTIFUL GARDEN (14-A) Loft & AcrNg. The counefi said that whenever .

least 50% more than present GROVE I a racial crisis I In allowed

price. This bargain will not last Just to develop and spill Into the
a half mile East of Cypress
I street, violence result
long Garden on State Road Two leaders of civil rights
GLENN D. GERKE force In the Senate said Wed.

COME OUT AND LOOK 'EM M ACRES TOTAL PRICE |TM. neadsy night that unruly demonstrations

REALTOR OVER ALL EXCELLENT LAND and protests which -.. -- ---

lot Mh St. NW CY I-4Z7I BKAimrULLY WOODED.: cause public hardship and inconvenience .
S pc /y wssr w 75Chas..
Associates John Wood HomesPhone PRIVATE lAD WITH HALF are hurting the '_J WN)' 1 I, IN Y.' w' ASP >tiva

Janet Ohadwlck MILE SHORELINE AND civil rights cause in Congress ?' C,. 1
21-2517 TROUT STREAM UNSURPASSED Bens Hubert Humphrey, DMinn cast OF "HI 1 1wIo.'I C,4/
Reginald Baker -TF FISHING HUNT ., and Thomas Kuchel R AIo'I1 t1t"$ ,,.' osI

1720t ING ABEL (PROPERTY LOCATED Csllf. said in a Joint statement "'J }j'J

ON CHAIN OP LAKES New' 4 145 MILES FROM in Washington that 'ilvU ..,J/

Bedroom, I bath home 4V WINTER HAVEN.) wrong do not bring civil
BEDROOM 1 bola: lads Tamil ecreened porch' double carport -
room, built-in OB: .kitchen, all brlc dock Weal aide Lake fclolae I Hoover : rights Civil disobedience does ) .
bom. Beautifully landaeapedKM Road CY S-4740 CY S-04U. 7-TF LAURENCE PACET not bring law and order

eutalde city tltf water. CHi and city newer tans but School I* 1N-1TN er Tampa MaISMSUf At Hartford Conn, Wednes-

km ..no.... to an acbeole M rail BY OWNEB day six Negro parents were
door MOO Don WOO month 1300 ft It. Two bedroom Home RARE I
CY nws t-xr Rooms.extra large Air conditioned. GET A LOT WHILE: YOU : turned away when they triedto rd
cell heat lawn Urination. system, YOUNG. 100 H on paved rued. register their children at a 7wPN.wjT
built-In kitchen
Includes relrliiora- Ice feet itMp Orange and sheds
predominantly white public
HtlfnNOUU tor, Fla room hae built-in barbecue tn... 8CHOENTHALER COZMI1M. n k t
.1'1I1. Beautifully landacaped school The parents said
hour Hunting baa mad. you Stop by and see the h...... and 14-1
'eel Ilk. a HOUND back yard IUIWO. 410 A'" I 1M ACRM. 130 Improved Ar- schools in the Negro district ..
8, NE: 1710 were Inadequate The pokes-
and Priuaoola Bahla, 10 -
have And nail TOUNDTh. ? nothlsg which suite you acni IB young: oranjea MO ft. man for a civic action group = a..w.l Wl HAD HIM TO TNt HOUtt FOR OlNNU WMl ) Yf3 IP PAM NADN ttN AWAY i JNtVtH
1100 DOWN road front All under tenet; BY I -- AND PAPA COULD TAlK, IU IM1t HI WOULD HAVt FAlLtN IN lOvt /
Indicated the
soot. of auralou TOWN' h.... Dot been I Like New -McOnmlc Concrete Her Block. Broker HomaeCharlvi 'OWNER- Call Aubumdala It-It WO was the registration start of a long attempt PAM WAS IN .UROPt, fAPA clef JUST DROPPING M AfTIR THAT AND/J JONI WITH FRANK UCAUtl Mt WOULOrn f

TO BEAUTIFUL: BUM ACRES). t-May. T I'I'1311. range protest campaign. RANK ARM01.D'' PAPA CAtUO HIM TO A CMAMBU 06 COMMtKls, tNt DAY lNC G07NOML'
Why not drift out today 4 mUM AViEBTUINQ: Elsewhere In the nation: 'AVOUN6 WAN IN AHURKV,' MR1 f OANCt WITH HIM'S! S .
welt at Winter Haven on the old GETS RESULTS Cleveland Ohio: Negro civIc .
Lakeland Hwy. 14-17 Let The Other and political leader meet WORTH AND PCRHAPf HI KA t

Tag THE: LOW COST 5 ; 1
tonight to discuss the city's / ( 1y4 '" y tJ *,, 4 C

$200.00 DOWN Fellow Help! Sr.BUCE D1BXCTOBYAdvtrtiiing civil right crisis. "It'* time Jfr'i 'syyFI e

to think the problem through I Il '4iyt1rlh
Frame fcouaa rood _dltloll. aonafurniture. Triplex Legal and talk it through" said one I 'jii'a1MATat ,

Hal Ava. Q. KW. Total $18,900 integration leader ,L. wedsANtI

,nee p.11IO.00 wtta noMhlr Farmost. EaHeld. NC. Eleven Negroes

ta ., 14100 par moat, Me IN THE: ClK't'lT Cots or THE fled Wednesday as candidates
..... ooata.for I TKMH: VlUltlAL t Ilit'I IT IN
AM>> Volt YOLK tot'Ml' V, for posts ranging from
further laformatlan can .... I fUJHUIA IK ( ..AJOI("IIW coroner to state senator In
Gerald Plppta CY a-S06L (ass N.. 41IMeat74imOKlIC
Halifax County where Negroes
10-1 .. ,
; WAYNE J' "1I. a. outnumber whites. --- -- -- --"' -- --- -- ------

IBEDROOM, toballl. accuse porch Plaintiff WaUulla, 8.C.: City Council iNNNNN *
1 year old LIke Elbert HelfhU. gAllY AN ALARM ? N : 1. yi UMID "PW ACHHH
No >;.llfylnf. S40 17th 81.. NE MARILYN DEANT' STONE has voted to arrange a schedule TIUN1iNGl fffVAsm.IQdKINONUalX \ Al 'INCI A Nip IH/tHT < AM aUNOtbIA

CT 1-4733_ jj2J PJlT1sJUJ.: ; Defendant allowing whites and Negroes $4515LM'1 **

NOTICE TO DErfcNU>> to use the previously 650 CC ONNN wE OOTTAtA r
GARAGE It FIVE ACRES THE STATE: Or FLORIDA TO segregated municipal swim Ofr IT Orr Is wt wANt t 1 f wTi
Manly* Delant Stone felon T O $tLI' fM 00110$
WluroabouU UoJuiowa mini pool but at separate f0 JAM TOLIR
Gary li 14150. Has -
office, dock-
mom and ,,",room. No rcitrlctlona You an hereby notified that a time. RADIO %10NA1'.
At enlrtncf to Bun Each apartment baa t bedrooms lull for dlvoitM hat boon filed
Acres Suitable Memphis, Ten? Six (til' 1
ascend In the above
you entitled 'JA 1
Minute ( y
Grocery 1IIIn., Laundromat. ,' large living room Cass. LnE that. ere hereby dents. four of them Negroes, 'rtt :

$14009.! : Good llnaneln..I&IJ"D.. ,Pt.o. roomy kittficn.. screened back answer or to other..... .-written a copyyou ; defencereuulrod f your. front Memphis State University I

porch COMPLETELY FURNISHED upon Walter G Brll plamnrre. were arrested Wednesday 71yz .

EDNA WATSON ) Sea this terrific value Skiver barony. whoM Building addreee. Winter la IIS Haven Van when they refused to leave a

REALTOR now at 401 9th Street, SE Florida, on or before the *th day segregated reataurant x
IF.1124. 01 May. 1M4. and before or Immediately r
I2g (Ok St NW '
CV 4 4141 hereafter to file with the V
.15- Clerk of the. above styled. Court the
original of sold aaawer or written
difeneaa, If any I1nlVCIS:
BY OWNER completely recondi i> W: .If you fall to do .... Decree pro
tioned home. Southeaat aectkm. ( "nfiMeo will be entered walnut TOLEDO Ohio 'CPU In '. _.

jw ."=hoola. Lante ll lot Phone. 11-22 CY 'UY4J16S. p OomuialntWITNESS you far the. rellnf demanded In the a nationwide survey Involving 1 I /C ntSAH t o ltYN.M \ I.ytH"1'IUI"' ) -- r-.

my hand ..d official. 10000 families National Family rprs Iv1 I Onr01gA10 1 ", \
no s ItOir on Lake Marlinna. t- Warren Seckel Realtor aval of office at Bartow. Polk Opinion, Inc, a consumer research N'stEl7f' S H FFxx11.Mrouerlot LNt tted5a \ .d100I s)0 II I
bedroom 1-bath 10' x 40' ewlm- County Florida, this lib day ut firm, came up with then- 'dan e w waC.R@St J -\ M.NII ,
sting pool 47 a S Imuea trailerub .17. April 1M4. acts about breskfsst LYtra' I(1 .
( tractor, 1 cairn. Prtc |:M,000. _n D. H SLOAN. JR. menu i5r r
a" down After I 00 p.m, except Clerk Circuit Court -New Englanders: eat morr
Saturday A Sunday FR J-i#, 17-:30 S-BKDROOM houae and amaH .bualHeal My. Vivian. A Purvla oast and fruit juice/ for breakfast .

IACRIII'E '1 bedroom Florida: Highway a, Route 1, Box April 10 17,Deputy 34. May Clerk 1. 1.M than anyone else, folks in ,
101 Bunhnfll. Florida 110' Huh-
room. fMO: 00 down. assume mort- war frontace 14-J7 he Rocky Mountain stain

tact hieumnee K40S. CY month S-6M4.Including taxee 15-n. IN POOLE'THE- rol flarl'tT STYr1la1Da rot'aT.' or t4rink less coffee: people In the ii iiII I Q
I Iit-Cltutt--
South Atlantic states nt more
I It' HE:: ADOPTION Or I etia westerners eat more pancakes !
104' on Lake Alfred Furnished A MINOR .
OPEN BOUSE 2 bedroom, 2 bath, Florida NOTICE: or PETITION rom

".51.BII room, large living room, birch I TO HARVARD, ADorriON RU88ELL WILEY, I Legal AdvertisingIA 1WOLa :
cabinet, built-in oven extra' whose' reaMxnce and poet office; ad-
Batk 1140 14., ft ovaralL dreea la unknown: I I : J
S-Bath, 11000: a-Bath. .... storage room utility room, YOU ARE: HEREBY $00511510'that '
-, UW aa. Li, ....ra1\6$10x100 terrazzo floor ceiling best, a Pet ll Ion baa been filed M rmt: ( lofts Cots or

Out Havendale Blvd. turn right to set wall sprinkler system L.he above Ollmaa ttyled and. Court wife, by...Everette.C. Lee I.edt* AND.NTH.OB 4IIIMUL POLK tUlNTV IllUlir, I I Y' ..0k !** y TH*> MA TptGUATDKIM. NOW AfId 4YOm T PONT IWOWI'I'\ WITH TM t TO? r

flat Bt.. or Airport Rd f> 1H paved $%1,100. FR 21486. Oilman, for the. adoption of your .U>KIUA I" (MAMla.Mlf, GST Mi4NA4HOP7bI0 HMOLA! I hoe 1soeOTs- 1coAoe CAM iOt
road .. left or call eon, Marcus Owene Mlley, a mlonr, I, IAE: NO 4l__mUltOBtE rT W+U. TAri* QM* 1/CDHTeML peeve ..4. -rFriday
AaaetT D9 MAt roa 71i 7w1$0ACNo /' -
by the said petitioner,. and you pcuNdsl450
CT WTU Boar & Motor & Dock M the father of said child. are re JACK E GAILNSGtPlalatM ntlNCaR099t 7N.Ixet 70P.biq I7aPAiI0PV 12'I
quired te eerve a copy at your Answer .
1226 550 Penn Avf., : or erijertlona. to show reiiet a I
I why tald Petition ehould not be MARY E GARNER
Lake Alfred FU. granted. on the attorney for the t
J-beth CB hour .
{ I.ouce. Harry E. VinePO. XOTKE TO IP.YMhD
Completely equipped kitchen .to- Boa ser Winter $lsv_ Pieced,, THE RATE Or FUHIUCJA' TOMi
eluding Is dlahwaaher' paneled Lamb Owner occupied and te file m the office *. Mary It Oaraer
room, carpeted L,.. carporte of the' Clerk h.-t"b: Court. 411 Oaavae KnotMtdUaaX
.are.. lot maay tress near .lewitary > 1711OiriKTK at Bart_, Florida on or before MMrhlcaaYe .
CY "school. 111* A.... F NW the *7tn day of April 1'". are .here*? M4aMd that aMM
a-ttl 141Honrjt Heroic fall e.1 er a Deere Pre far dI*arce baa ben tiled.
( BLOC DIPLKXMiedrooma Confeiw will be entered a alnetmrCM .. ... you !. the ._. __a.4 0et I
n sire Acars) ,... ... ,.
vh'rv each' aide, all electric.kiteriena nose aie Hew re mw ,
Built in Quality la aoeond to -- funu.,..... Large M al- MY HAND and the Wired u eenre a eat* af ywerewer .. f
Rays Formica counter .enl of sass. Court at ....
1 Terraaat toy ta rear Both apannwaH ...t.... Bartow polk er dash wiNiaa .
..lhh.r teattur..dsot. Near town ihnppUHl enter and CoMy. Pslda, this mil ay wi yen Walter U BUS. plapNHr. I 4.R100x.
ally found eutataadlnc : : I ISCAoola ,.**.1. 1470LASErSOvY March 1145. i I .. whaav. aeVSnaa: al Nt Vaneuuver
M Homaa for
D W aba. lrA BulUkii. Wtaaar Have
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'*" ( 36000 Drivesari cola SUN Crab *4 eald Court nartan. en or ....... Ae |_ day -- .,._---_ .. --- --
"'-J 1TOda Yourif soa* DOW Mtte4i17. Aw* I la. IT. ISM of May IS... and ........ or ajnai.dMtaly ..
ope* from day. J Bedroom Florida room screen' -
:j: ... ....... taereaftw ta Ma wHn tilt
>41 now own and wlehirade pares bulH-m oven JtOTJ('. or ruAioa; MyoiUio I Clerk el Ike above. atrM Oevrtine r" WHAT t$04f.AY
we will be nappy to talk Lot 40 I 14<1 I11SUO Mortfxel rutt w140TM'a NNIYV
al of rot ?
altb SH400 montb &* er% anewar M wrwyou
(r to' ra.Me per
Deer lr CY (4771 after UIVBMthai lea aeeeaeea. af
CALL 505. Sew
the Beard af Oeajnty OaaaiMaalenara If an if Denvaa are
bAtrip! UO p af Pert C... ,
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Psa. ..,. WINTER HAVEN DAILY NeWSCHiefWINTfR HAVEN. FLORIDA Friday, April 17,, 196*

I Parenis Must ReGister First Grade Siudenaa wnooptag cough, polio, small ( SLIP

All parent who have cbU Parents who have childrenborn to proem-only----a limited num pox. diphtheria and. tetaaus
H (lockjaw before
) school
_dren entering the first grade in this county may obtain her per day and later If tration (Sudden 'Service''
next fall must present a certified a certified photostat there Is a last minute ruth. ,
at ropy of the child's birthcfrlltlc.te copy from the Vital Statistics aervice will be slower"
! Office' Polk Health For the child NEW YORK-AUy Gen. Rob
when they register County born In another
their child in school Department Winter Haven, state the certificatemay ert the F Kennedy civil rights urging bill passageof | IN BY 10 A.M. OUT BY 5 P.M. t'IC
Dr James F. Caaon, direc, The fee Is tl per copy. be obtained from that "To the C
tot of Polk Dr Cason cautioned that state The local health extent that law are :.
County Health Department department founded! on morality and logicthey > Have Oe! Cleaners
today urged parentswho hospital birth certificates are will be glad to furnish '
ran lead men s hearth and .
have children starting to not accepted by schools and parents with the correct address minds But once again. this a*. \& ,
s "h..1. .l this fall to obtain cert also recommended against pact( of law c.m has' meaningonly Phone 24.2061 for Pickup Er Denve"
tnhed t I ,I cops nf the birth car waiting too long to obtain a Dr Cason advised. that the to the extent that the con r '
Corner Hovcndd Boulevard
IIi', .ii H if they have not done birth certificate\ children should have all the slituents of law are moral and 34th Street
t Ibis Fie said "This office is able basic inoculation against i/ rational" LANKETSI .

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i J: O lav S IT'5 A SUPER SALEwhen

? Grants-own brands, famous for quality

and economy, are sale priced for extra savings



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f HAPPY WINNER-M.lmcU Lancashire won the portbl :II'j' -
TV let off.r.d by Jordan's TV Sales and Service at '
the North Gat Shopping Center J, L. Jordan Sr. mad .reJrat.
I the preientation. LZx .; .q COMFORTABLE 6 FT. R


School-To-School Program ///1TV .- f,1/l :"If' ALUMINUM FOLDING -

lit- CHAISE & MATCHING r::::::

Launched By Peace CorpsThe :i
"r.;,":> "" CHAIR SET'j" j

Peace Corp 1. launch "School-to-School will havea ,
Ing a major International self dual effect," Shrlver ex- -..<::; c.".."1.1
help program, School-to- plained. "It will, of court, 388 e8lth.1f
School, In cooperation with local give the host country needed chair
school and civic organizations, cli rooms. But It will also
Director Sargent Striver announced give the children of this country
today a chance to become better acquainted 88
"We hope to build 3,000 with the people of the rocker 0 FULL SMOKER PATIO WAGON
schools around the world within world in which they will live
the next three year," Shriver as adults" WITH RECESSING HOOD AND
aid. "School-to-School 1* a President Johnson, on hearing 1o 88
program that Is uniquely suited about School-to-School, expressed chaise ADJUSTABLE FIREBOX
to the Peace Corp Idea of his Interest to the pro
itlf-help. gram' founder.
School-lo-School la a pro "Through the effort of the
ram In which a U, 8. school Rosendale School, the people of > Quality constructed sturdy Only 1089
sponsors the building of a Colombia will soon see the weather-proof aluminum
school ovenea. The school power of American Ideals at 1 Extra strong Firestone polypropylene -
In (this country raise 1000. work," the President said "1
This 1* used to buy the con am confident hat. the project 5' webbing 'Charge-It'...1.25 weekly
structton materUU. Villagers will stimulate similar pro. 1 Compact set folds easily t h
In the host country, working gram by hundreds of school for winter storage
with Peace Corp Volunteer,, group throughout our a Easy access to chrome grids with recessing
1 Chaise Is
build the schools country" multi-position, smoker front Plated skewer with handle and two
"From the beginning to end, adjustable meat forks a Rubber. wheels Blue and gold
there will be no paid labor," Choice of smart colon
Shriver emphasized "This Wears Slacks . program could be a major ,
breakthrough In solving the lack Is Sent Home / .
of classrooms In developing

countries"A MILWAUKEE, Wis. (UPI-)
pilot project 1 I. already When Mrs. Marjol Curro, 22,
In the final stages In Caaa
In divorce
up court

log Elementary Blanca group, Colombia I II School the; the Rosendale support PTA in Judge tent wearing her I Max home.slacks Raskin Thursday promptly, COMFORTABLE WEB AND ALUMINUM, STURDY, LIGHTWEIGHT: ALUMINUM CHAISE

Schenectady three room, New schoolhouse York The I I. 'This." he Is said not a shopping center STURDY 6 FOOT FOLDING AND CHAIR SET WITH COMFORTABLE
cr l
scheduled to be completed on


a shortage of 40,000 class. NORWICH, England: (u1'1)-) -
room The new Casa Blanca Young couples moving Into a k4 ..
School will be the first school new apartment building here r'
la the area that Is able to accommodate will have to move out when 'j./ 8.88
students through the they have their first baby. .., 4099 chair i
fourth grade. It will also be Housing manager George chairchaise
;,..-: ,
co-educational rather than the Woodcock said the regulation
male only classes common In wJl be enforced so other tenants -
many developing nation. won't be dtstruhed! 15.88

I 9.99 chaise

CLARK STONE Sturdy,weather.proof tubular Sturdily constructed of weather
aluminum construction ; resistant tubular Alcoa aluminum
1 Extra strong Firestone pol I)'propylene lit 4 Imported hardwood arm e Large
will the
love taxpayer of Polk County webbing in choice of smart color t rubber tire wheel e Chaise U multi.

"at .least $50,000" the very first year at Chaise has multi-adjustable .,- .v .m t position adjustable a 3" thick poly
positions Fold*compactly for easy It e v urethane Foam padded cushion e
carrying or winter storage's' ,i4 a p Floral prints in washable vinyl
Clerk Circuit Court"To Ideal for porch, patio or lawn (. e;[ + e


prepare for this

office, I have observed
and studied the
operations of the

Clerk offices (In both

? Hillthorough and
Orange counties and

compared them with
4' ; : t{ : .;'
ouri. swings '
? r" -;
can be made through ,.. '
conscientious attentionto ALUMINUM
Improved personnel
and office precedurei

To this I pledge \

myself at your Clerk Only I 5.99 Only 2.77


.2'"diamrt.rwithrollfd a Lightweight but strong I 4 99
LJ Only
edge bowl sturdy leg e Fulda really compactly .
M ., e Crank operated grid Sturdy! pbaii webbing
CLARK STONI Is yew STEPPING STONE Cs t,1 .Assemble eaafly e Rust-reut hardware
-Inch: plastic wheel No aharp corners
N teepece*!**! e .fflcl.c, economyen .21 high Seat height, irCHAtci a Top nodS-

Clerk. el... Circuit Court

Qualified Good Experience OR MONTHS TO PAY y F WMTEIHAVtKSid.

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