Title: Winter Haven Daily News-Chief
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Title: Winter Haven Daily News-Chief
Uniform Title: Winter Haven Daily News-Chief
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Winter Haven Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Winter Haven, Fla.
Publication Date: June 5, 1964
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Polk -- Winter Haven
Coordinates: 28.034444 x -81.721667 ( Place of Publication )
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VOL. 53-No. 213 WINTER HAVEN FlW1\ t. 'W I '.: !h 1964 PRICE FIVE CENTS

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/Two Banker's Cups To Be Given: Li-rX I -


Outstanding Woman To Be CitedA 1H

Bankers Cup will be for further approval of salary the executive committee to approve r
awarded to the outstanding increase for Executive Vice the increases
woman in Winter Haven etch President E. L. Davis and his The board members also d,.-
Year the Chamber of Com secretary The board wants
(Continued On Page S, Col $) \
mere Board of Governors "
was told last night

Albert Griffin executivevice Jail Break Foiled \ re HI
pres dent of the Exchange '
National Bank prevented the
idt. to the

"Since we have to buy a new By Polk DeputiesA
cup tl"y ar anyway," Griffin t
said," we decided we would
like to buy two and give one 33.year-old Eagle Lake put It, "lIe kicked me for a
to the outstanding man and man ran straight Into the arms loop"
the other to the outstanding of sheriffs deputies yesterday It reportedly la not the first
woman" morning after an escape attempt time Hart has smashed through
The Banker Cup which I is at the County Jail In (Continued On Page (, CoL 6) I
awarded to the outstanding ci. Bartow. To show for his escape
tizen each year became the attempt he had a gashed ,
property of W. E. Rynerson, shoulder, loss of several toenails Dixie GOP IS ,
editor.publisher of the Daily and the additional charge (4
News.Chief, when he won it against him.
for the third time this year. The man, Elton Vanburon I .
Griffin said today that be Hart made his bolt toward Backing BarryATLANTA ... Ie -- ... T. -I,...,
has not been able to contact freedom when a county jailer I
officials of the American National opened his cell door for the VIEWS OP WINTER HAVEN HIGH SCHOOL COMMENCEMENT EXERCISES AT NORA MAYO HALL

Bank or the Lake Region usual fingerprinting ritual The (UPI) Those '-
Bank of Commerce about Jailer, Harvey Cumbie said Southern Republican who have
participating In the women' Hart shot from his cell into the worked long and hard for Sen
award but he I Is confident that corridor that led to the book.In Barry Goldwater have found Jenkins To Get
388 Seniors
they will.During. desk.When their task akin to ripping a Graduate
the 30.year history of Hart reached that area telephone book in two
the Banker Cup award, it has he lowered his shoulder and The hardest part was getting Honor
been won by women three smashed through a glass partition stsrted After that It went DegreeAt
times. He then raced 50 feet to a easier
The outstanding man will be 12.foot high wire mesh gate, Made up primarily of amateurs .
and scrambled over. When he the movement for the
chosen by a secret committeeof Tampa U.
landed on the other side, he
Arizona conservative In the
In the and the
men as past,
was tackled by deputies, waiting South has literally ripped its
outstanding woman will be
chosen by a committee of women expressly for that purpose, way into leadership In Dixie In Colorful Ceremonies
even though the attempted As Is true for many other
break-out took only seconds. parts of the country, southern
In other action, the Chamber
Blood from
Hart's gashed Goldwaterites made up for their
awarded a Certificate of shoulder was splashed all the lack of professionalism and fl
Appreciation for Community way from the broken window nesse by plain hard work Record Class
Service to 0 C Stanley, retiring to the gate He ripped off all Eventually the party regulars Hospital Plans GI Joe ReturnsTo
of the local of
manager but two or three of his toenails found themselves outside looking
fice of General Co.
in scampering over the In.The.
Stanley won the Banker' fence. The charge of attempted Goldwater vlrtory in the Gets DiplomasAt
Cup in 1941, and has served as )jail break was added to a California primary while not Revealed At
president of the Chamber and charge of intoxication, which overwhelming, lIVe the Gold Omaha Beach
the Exchange Club, and is' was the reason he was In jail water movement In the South
presently on the Chamber's in the first place the boost it heeded just when Mayo Hall
Board of Governors. One jailer, Howard E. Plctch, some supporters were gettl: s Rotary Meet UPI( American grnarals press showing an a at lack unnecessary of respect snub fur

The board approved a new grabbed Hart when he began edgy and GI Joel of Work! War II the/ AnIni... ... British and ('ansdian '
budget of $29250. but asked scalinj the fence, but as Pletch Goldwatrr'i comment on de Melvin :. Arnold admlnl- today streamed back to the contribution to Frsnr shbrratton By BILL WATSON
foUaOMr/ Of"*tne shrubbery<< in -no. .ins "r "nhythvasMoaplh. Nisi of th. AaUe* r>D-r landing maff Writer
Asia and his reversal of the si, devci i teed for flotanasja the' liar maMonle* which Fur the Visited Skates, Prrsl Cemnlfnu.mlexefcIM., forth
federal use of troops la Integra plane and specifications of the French President Cfcsrlea d.t lent J\JhllHn sent an official Clas of IM4 wars held last
lion crlsi had an adverse rf proposed I...w hospital bulldlnc (2all has chosen' to skip delegation headed by GeRrsI > night at Nora Mayo Auditorium ,
feet In Dixie Li T A vesler'ls) .. and explained how By plan. train bus and fir of the Army Omar N. in a short simple, and
Now the GOP South Is linedup the hospital board plans to finance sa estimated 1000 Americana' Bradley, with a manage to be dignified fashion
ttl1 almost unanimously for the - the 13 7 million under and several thousands of their read at Omaha Beach cemetery For the Ml graduates, tIN
Arizona states rights advocateThe GEORGE JENKINS! taking wartime Britten and Caa4lanromra4a Saturday laciest class ever In the history .
only two Southern state The new structure will t.!.. In arms convergedon Former President Dwight D. of the school the here
that wavered are now gradually George Jenkins il I.akelandpresident dud eight stores. above the the Normandy beeches to Flaenhower: i lip' a m e commander mossy was the realisation of a
| moving Into the Goldwater line of Publix! Markets ground and on*below Under the mark the aeth snnlvra ry von of the Allied invasion mom-nl talked about, dreamed
I upGoldwater and former Winter Havi'mt.'. present plana, lile top two floors of history largest military fore. wan not planning to at about, and hoped fur, clime
could easily end up will receive vn honorary doe will not be finished until later operation the Invaawn of lend Neither was former Brit Ing 12 years of study and bard
THE TIU YOUNGSTERS with all 30 of Virginia's del. tor of lawn degree from the It will stand Immediately In June I, 1M4Ceramonles. Uh Field Marshal Viscount work
gates after that state's convea University of Tampa at front of tile preaettt lobby and begin tonight on The etrem)' was also the
lion June 11: In Florida, where meneement cierrlsei Sunday com main btriMtnf and will connectto the British and ansittsn Isixlln (Continued On Pag* I, Col 7)) conclusion of a very busy wk
Mutual Meeting feuding has split the GOP Two other honorary degrees this bulldl", The preeenl | beaches known :X years ago for the gradual who had
ranks he may garner as many will be awarded Dr Carey bulling will Mill be used. The by the cod names of Gold. pent moat of their time r*.
ss 23 of the 34 delegates at It* Cronrts, chancellor of Rice patient room in the new buildIng Juno and Sword. 2 Boys DrownIn hsrslng fr the big moment
will start on the third floor
convention Sunday.Texas and for the bsccslaursat.
They eontlnu through Sitar
Plans Are Ready University at Houston, T.I. ao patient can see over the
will add hold
another S6 after nationally known goofoglat. oM BtruetureTh day at Omaha and Utah was Sunday
its convention June U Alabama The auditorium was packed to
and the vlllsf of 6t.
who will .
receive a doctor of basement level will In-
never in doubt, will give Polk CountyTwo uv (lowing In an Invitation
The 16th annual meeting of and jazz), sing, harmonize In humane letter degree and elude completely new Xrayof Mere-Fgltsa, where Americans "
and ticket: only affair.
him 20 at tomorrow state GOP
barbershop quartet style, fought/ and died fur I.* hhera-"
Florida Citrus Mutual will feature Gen Paul D. Adams, commander the mechanical) equipment, Dui to tile size of the class
the traditional charcoalbroiled dance, do Impersonations, convention of Strike Command at for heating, tie., and a new lk n of Europe from Nail' Germany Polk County boys, on ssrh gradual bad been allotted,
There was a time when Vlrginia
clown .
--anything In the The observance end
seek dinner, the bust- MacOill Air Force Base, sutopey room. 11 and the, other
only three
entertainment line.Their GOP Chairman Horace > for his
ness meeting of the citrus Industry" doctor of science' room. Sunday al the U S. cemetery
degreeConferring old, drowned within
year rioted relatives
49 Henderson refused to take aidg.In Evtryon else
biggest minute show, The main floor will Includea outside Part,
organization, .
tIN honorary d* minutes of each other In had lo jam Into the corridors
and show Mutual officials say, will be the Goldwater-anil Goldwater snack D. Qaull. who sep-
a straight off the television lobby chapel, gift shop was left out
greet will be Dr David M. ante accidents and outside
yesterday wail
"on of the most movement. But after the Call
circuit. outstanding stop, and tolevlaton room. the Invasion planning by hi*
Delo, president of the Unlver Danny Ward I, of West The graduates formed their"
The meeting, on Tuesday, ever presented at the annual fornla primary he noted: The aeond floor will have Allies did not plan to attend
Jun. 16, scheduled to draw meetings" Possibly GoMwiter will be 'City of Tampa surgical Mite and recovery II* delegated Raymond Tribou 8<*nlc Park:. Lake Wales, fell lint. OIIt... under the threat
people to Nora Mayo Hall, will the nominee on the first ballotI Dr Croneis, w"t'OI1I." rOOM' let, cooperation mln4t, and Into a shallow water tiled pit of dark clouds. which a ad
start with opening of the doors Robert W, Rutledg, execu- am confident the Virginia d*. at U:30: a.m, when tuff will tive vice president and general legation will be strongly favored 'Gravel or Graphite" becam Continued .i t.r, In hi* plat*. I ly aouM not get out before h. front Ha scheduled I ski Silver
7-" begin serving the dinners manager, will make his report, for Goldwater." . I The entertainment program as will Mae Acree, president, With a little Mt of diplomacy, > 151, prior to which he II wovM lilt be awroprlal forD 1'h. second drowning"" occurred Norn MayoIt ,
la acheduled for U:IS p.m. It after the newly'lectedbardof Goldwater could probably heal 'served as acting president fie Storm Center 0....* to b* present whenno a ball hour later only was tile see nd straight' .
will be the "Glnny Tlu Show," director 1* sailed the rift In Florida and take all was provost and Harry CWaits otluir ha of Mate af a few miles' away In Connor- year tile rommmi-tment *."
four Chines younr.lenGin- :J< delegates by convention tint*. V professor of geology at Being Watched ferment was coming, to the toy crTM while. Kenneth Green II fell cue the had threat been found of aside dueto
ay Tlu and her brother and two Upon completion of the mem- Almost any way you look at I Rice from I9&4 until II tJO. emen ee. from a boat Into Polk L.ke. rain
atlterl--wt\o hare appeared on bership meeting, the director it. Southern Republicans have General Adams has been In Caribbean: |wJ iiM Wit attacked! bysm A aompaftbMi, with Green at director Al I u riork Millard Walker.,
4 of the higa school misContinued
the topTVshows-.P.rrYComo, will meet In the Florida Room, achieved their strongest twice Commander in chief of the sectors of the French the time, also fell In but swamto
Dinah Shore, Ed Sullivan and upstairs over Nora Mayo Hall, ever In choosing a presidentialnominee hew, unified command the MIAMI t'PItA) mass of .pore. ( On Page 6, CoL
othera. to elect officer for the coming after being ignored for t Jetted States Strike Com actually weather centered In the 3)i
Caribbean Sea moved northward
They ptayptanociaaslcalpop year decades
.r - _- ; : noimmedtstel would I build Into I the i Ikstton rat tropi 4 >,ra

Ti eat dorm of In* sea JB
The weather ...,..u called a
the disturb**** a weak trope
cal tf."r.M.M. If It does build
TRAFFIC teas a tropical storm It will t* .......-
WEARY ? a rarity a* early .to the icason
takeFLpR/DAS The d***.,b.DN... potted ..... ,
I by weathermen Wed. 'III., 4
two days after the anneal I but
rtctne wt.b began
TURNPIKE Tfce a to M wilts .. hour Thursday N--
awl UM weather bt. nit
e FOu.owI maid today tkat klffce s nrf
I were eetimetod from 10 t. SO
.J THESE mile' an !hour
The deprecate was iota'.
fiSiON8 -
bout" 00 miles outhwe' "I
Miami. The bureau alit th 'e _
war BO iitfeaerfiratf s'l
there was no marked akango lainUnaity :
Indicated at die ',mo _
The bureau said 1'buna: ;' -
a I 1111 'bat the d"'ur.lc'e
muM react treaaral storm 10-
knotty 'A at laaat t ir .<;-
per hour ay tonight If I I
reached storm laenit I IWWM ;
b* Bamed Abby ,
T1M bad weatawr sears was

NOT PRACTICING WHAT IT PREACHES-The Flora, .hs no qualms" about pvtti q 'Its own :"board'sother : elo"9 Y'.c-jl.n j",." northward haswat between tfcr "uK>wm > -Ite.'

Id. Turnpik Authority has *"! .lIced a tiitif for bit.bo.cf. : Highways. This' . .
40 feet
?-it located Oft (. ubj and Meala* i YuaraaPttusuHili TOP MONO STUDENTS IN 1144 GRADUATING CLASS
on the Sunthm Parkway-.vie. planting frees in Hwy 40 .between Ule Wales.ed lertew,
at about II miles
left Sanitk Clad Go.tf laClow)
front of some that have been ended But the Authority boor Merry Merttoy. Jexry ex4





250 Cubans TV Wire Services Pool ',"" Off

Lake Hamilton Desert CastroMIAMI May }Ig Dr. King Shrugs

(UPD-Cuban) exiles, Services For 1966 ElectionsBEVERLY ... I

KindergartenGraduates claim mlllUa a unit 250-man defected Fidel last Castro April State Death ThreatsBy

and now IB fighting with rebel HILLS, Calif. National Broadcasting Co.
forces in Pinar del Rio provInce (UPI-The nation's major television news made the proposal here tailed Press International second court order designed\ I
networks and wire services Thursday at a meeting of NBC i .. Integration leader Dr Martin stop continued demonstration*
The report came from Doel! favor in principle pooling affiliates United Press International .r ,. . Luther King. Jr aid at St at the Piccadilly cafeteria

The Rojas, a 25.year.old C Cuban con- their resources to cover the the Associated Press I. Augustine, FU Thursday night
Community Kindergarten atructlon worker who fled the 1966 congressional elections and the two other major networks that he had been threatened
of Lake Hamilton held Communist island with four William R McAndrew executive Columbia Broadcasting .... -- with death if he returned to Kim Chong Pil
graduation -
exercises at the others in a 22-foot boat and vice president in charge of System (CBS) and American that city

Presbyterian, Church Friday arrived here Thunday Broadcasting Co (ABC), all Jf J-.... King a preacher whose gospel -
evening supported it. on equal rights has pushed

Dr. Henry Conard opened iii 14Year-Old arrangement CBS and ABC be urged organised a pool in .: him to the forefront among Negro Resigns fromPark's

the program with a poem, UnitariansTo time for the presidential elections leaders in the South said
"Oh Come Let Ui Rejoice", this November. JACKPOT u J. S. Darby collected he came back anyway to lead
followed by the class pledging Hooked McAndrew said the networks $30 as the latest winner an Integration. drive that has CabinetSEOUL
By In the "reached the point of no re
allegiance to the flag, singing --- already had discussed pooling Anderson Drug Jackpot
"America" and repeating the Hear Talk contest. Darby's name was pull turn.
but that "the die Is cut for
TAKES COURSE --Lex Hood, Korea (UPI ) Kim
Lord' Prayer Gwendolyn ed from the barrel Tuesday. "Before 1'1be\ a slave I'll he
Mask "Jesui Loves executive vice president of the this year. He proposed Initiating buried In my grave," King told Chong Pil, powerful right-hand
sang American National Bank tn Cypress Dad On Drugs discussions on pool return South Korean President
a rally of 390 at St. Paul AME man to
Me"Mrt. By Dr. Buskirk Gardens, is stlending a gathering among the networksand Church Park Chung He, today resigned
second term at the School of wire services immediatelyafter Nixon Says .
Carlton Blaidell, the NASHVILLE Tenn. (UPI) King said he was told of a as chairman of the ruling
the Nov. 3 elections
of the South at the University -
school director, talked of the A year-old boy who told plot to assassinate him while Democratic Republican
po. United Press Internation.1Presldl'nt
work accomplished during the Dr. Edgar F Van Buskirkof of Louisiana In Baton lice he thought he was "hookedon traveling California He said party in an attempt to end the
Mims Thomason said
and of the school will Sunday Rouge, La. In his two week he didn't bother to the details of government dem
year program Lakeland speak on absence, A. G. Hancock Jr. the stuff said he and his UPI favors: In principle joint GOP Can get wave
which consisted of intro- before the Lake Region executive vice president of the year-old brother were Introduced collection of election returns and was taking no special onstrations.
duction to numbers, health, Unitsrlan-Unlversallit Fellowship downtown American National to drugs by their father. and that McAndrew's proposal precautions. Kim, long considered the second
history, science, alphabet, art 3140 Troy Avenue, Lake Bank Is handling his duties Carl Yeargin, who was arest- deserve careful consideration."The Last week the beachfront most influential man in
project, story time, drama. land.Dr. cd with his father, James B. result could only I he increased Beat Johnson home King had rented in a South Korea, had been the target
tics and rhythm band. Van Buskirk, who holds Yeargin, and his older brother : efficiency and a better white neighborhood in st. Augustine of the student demonstra
a Ph.D. from Ohio State University Ronald Steve, at an abandonedrock service to the public at large," was riddled with bul- lions which have swept acros
The program "Review Of was before his retirement Student Riots quarry near here Thursday Thomason said A joint system, GARDEN CITY N.Y. (UPI) let. the nation this week
Our First School Year", a professor of science said his father, an ex.convict he fca:d, would enable the pub -Former Vice President Richard King has made frequent trips Hundreds of students demonstrated .
touched on all these subjects. at Stephen College had given his sons injections lic to follow the returns with M. Nixon believes a united recently to St. Augustine the against the government
entire cists took part Columbia, Missouri Stephens of a drug compoundedgator by lesj confusion and uncertainty. Republican party, campaigning nation's oldest city whose old outside Seoul .
rule finger play song, health has recently! honored him by Close SchoolSEOUL. boiling paregoric "There have been occasions oo great principles, can "know. slave a principal ordered start theirisummer colleges .
"The Alphabet Song naming a science building for George Currey special Investi when the UPI, on the basis of its finest hour" in 1964 by beatIng tourist at traction He indicated l to vacations ,
and the rhythm band. Special him. For Sunday's talk he has for the metropolitan district une-fourth of the vote In a cer- President Johnson."It that civil rights demonstrationsmay immediately rather
fingtr play poems were done chosen: "What Knowledge la Korea (UP)) Students attorney's office, quotedthe lain state had one candidate is time to stop talking be resumed in the city than in mid-July as is normal,
by Brenda Gregory and of Most Worth?" based on demonstrated against the younger Beargin as saying, leading while the Associated about defeat and start talking next week in an attempt to calm down
health writings of Herbert Spencer, South Korean government in "I believe I am hooked on the Press, also counting a quarterof about victory," Nixon said in a In other integration demon- the rebellious student..
George Hampton; a .
the English philosopher. provincial cities again today stuff. I have been this way for the vote had another candidate speech to a Republican gathering 5 t r a 11 i Ion activity Thursday Martial law was declared in
poem was presented by Jon Coffee will be served on and President Park Chung lee three or four months. My brother in the lead. Both UPI and here Thursdy night. white bystanders squirted some the capital two days ago.
Hilton; songs relating to history the patio afterwards. Visitors ordered universities to start can do without it about a AP were correct. We had, at Nixon, the unsuccessful GOP 25 Negro demonstrators and Kim was condemned for his
were sung by George are welcome both for the ser summer vacations Immediately day and a half. If I don't get it, (hat Flint, not tabulated the presidential candidate in 1960 three policemen with mustardoil leadership in the diplomatictalks
Hampton, Brenda Gregory and vices and the social hour fol. as a means of curbing the dis I start hurting all over and in same precinct.," Thomason said pollsters, commentators during sit In demonstrations aimed at ending bitterness .
Darrell Swanson; poems relating lowing. turbances. my back and arms and legs" said and political expert. considerthe at Tuscaloosa, Ala. and feuding between Korea
to science were present About 500 students threw Curry quoted the youths sayIng 'People who heard or read chances of any Republican Police Chief William Marable and Japan, once Korea'icolonl.1
ed by Diane Sturm, Shannon rocks and bricks at police In his father gave him his first the news at that point could defeating President Johnson said the mustard oil stung but master He also was
Hunt and Steve Rogers; Takes Pusan, a southern port. More Injection of the drug about nine only have been bewildered," he next November as being re wssn't dangerous. The Negroes singled out as being responsible
"Story Tlm was presentedby Ruby than 300 students demonstrated months sgo. mote.'All. were treated for Irritations for alleged corruption in
Lisa Hunt, Diane Sturm in Kwangju, and others at a Police said the three hadbeen that I can say Is this, Msrable attributed the squirt Park' administration.Athough .
and Darrell Swanson and a college in Kunsan held an antigovernment purchasing paregoric at said.Youth that the poll. have been wrong ing to the "rougher element Seoul was relatively

play, "The Three Bears" was TranquilizerDALLAS mass meeting drug stores throughout the city, Admits in New Hampshire" Oregon and around town." quiet today, there were scattered .
portrayed by Steven Rogers, The Korean army set up two taking it to the unused quarry, California" Nixon declared Elsewhere: demonstrations elsewhereIn

Gwendolyn Marks, Jon Hilton military courts to try violatorsof where they boiled it and used 1964 can be the year will in Jackson, MI...: Cleveland the country. ________
which the
and Shannon Hunt. The boysIn (UPI) Condemned the martial law Imposed In It for the injections. Donald, 18, told a meeting of
the clan presented a number killer Jack Ruby took a tranquilizer Seoul to thwart the demonstrations Police said the two boys, who Five know Its finest hour providedwe the National Association for the
"I'm Going To Build a Little Thursday for what de. and demands for the gov. recently quit school, were engaged Slayings campaign" he said.on great principles Advancement of Colored People Are y.. IOtI.fle4 with tK*
House" and the tense Is ernment's overthrow in the tree surgery business (NAACP) Thursday he
girls presented psychttrlsts lay "par Nixon suggested PennsylvaniaGov. night mount yM here !tee. able f.
"Wash Day""Bachelor anoia." The prosecution callsIt Thousands have been arrested with their father KALAMAZOO Mich (UPI-) William W Scranton as had been served with a court eere m.lot.? Invettlfat whit
"death cell this week as a result ot Officers said the three used A teen-aged yout'i': today admitted order him
of Rhymes" degrees gloom the best choice for vice presidential l. telling not to reportto see deli., sr 41 will .. forM
street clashes with police and the abandoned quarry to throw to a string of five slayingsIn the
The ended of
were presented to the pill swallowing nomination if the presidential University Mississippi. ,. flMracbl fete*.
graduating class by Mrs. Henry two days ol hesitation by the attempts to storm government tree branches and rubbish at Nevada Indiana Kentuckyand nod to Arizona Sen. The state college board has declined .
Conard. Graduating students convicted slayer of Lee Harvey buildings the end of the day. Officers said Michiban. police said. Barry Goldwater who won the to comment on the Ne CONTACT-
Similar riots started by students they "stsked out" the quarryfor The Lee Ranes,
were Brenda Gregory, Oswald youth. Larry key California republican primary gro's attempts to enter the university -
George Hampton Shannon The treatment had been or. In 1960 led to the downfall three days after a group of 19. Kalamazoo, was picked up on Tuesday.Earlier Financial Planning
B of the regime of former youngsters discovered pans and early today In connection with
dered by District Judge Joe of Dallas- Demonstrators face
Hunt, Gwendolyn Marks, Steven .t the graduation
Rogers, Plant Sturm and Brown on the recommendation I President! Syngman Rhee. hypodermic needles there earlier (hey'nn' of Gary Albert I his daughter Patricia from a contempt of court proceedings if H. A. Inn t ASSOCIATISP.
this week.
Darrell Swanson. Junior kindergarten of three psychl.trlll.onifor Police said Yeargin who admitted Smock 30, Plymouth Mich.. a. New York private school, Nixon they show up again at a segregated O. li 171, Winter H.ve.Teleeh. .
the defense one for the! school teacher Under questionIng .
LAKE ALFRED warned Republicans that forming cafeteria Aslate 23-141
promotion diplomas
the for
taking drug some
and for .court. by police he also confessedto
State one thn
a coalition In an attempt to judge Thursday Issues a
were awarded to Jon Hilton But the ,tlr.t two days Ruby Mrs Leona McMlllen has lime, was charged"wilh' manufacturing slaying* In Elkhsrt, Ind., stop the front-running Goldwater
and Lisa Hunt turned from Albany Ca., narcotics and contributing Las Nev. and Kentucky
was offered the pills, he returned Vegas would wreck the party
them down. He said he wantedto where she visited relatives for to delinquency\ of as well as to a second For BUILDING MATERIALS Call CY 3-3 139I
TINGLE OF DEATII wait until he felt the need several weeks. minors He wss ordered held in Michigan, according to
TUCSON, Aria (UPI-Death) for them. Mr. and Mrs, Claude Bow- in lieu of $2,500 bond. The sons state police detective, Sgt. HOISK S41.K $ :
was only I Inches away and it County medical officer Dr. man, accompanied by her sis were being held In juvenile Karl W. Lull HOLLYWOODUPI> I
felt like a tingle. J. M. Pickard said the medics ter-In-law, Mr. Ethel Hlf gins court detention quarters. Ranes was arraigned In Kalamazoo Robert Ryan busy on Broadway -
Two truckers sat helpless In of Winter Park, left Thursdayfor Police said the father had gotten
lion was a transmuting pill i l l municipal court on a and making films abroad
the cab of their tractor-lraller called Thorazln Pickard said Miami, where they will to the point where he needed murder charge in connectionwith sold his Beveily Hills home t a Bagwell Building Supply Riflee: Ron.ood .
for 20 minutes Thursday after the 54-year.old Ruby acceptedthe vacation for 10 days. the injections" "two or three the weekend slaying of writer Oeoigr Axelrod
the rig snapped a low power pills but did not take one Six Lake Alfred women enJoyed limes a day Smock He waived examinationand
line and tle,000.vote hot tin* dinner and a musical
each time it was was bound over for a circuit
fell on It. Brown said he will hold a program at Port-o-Call, GuyLombsrdo'e Quotes From hearing.
After a power company crew hearing June It to determine night club on Tierre Only two other of Ranes'
removed the wire truckers Cle- Verde They were Mrs.Jess The News
whether he will order a sanity corfesed victims were immediately
Us Dodson 20 and Jackson Johnson, Mr*. Vernon Mlncey, -
Jerry hearing before a Jury. identified. They were -- ----
Mrs. Kitty Stewart, Mrs. Ru- By t'nltfd Press Inlf'r.tI.In.1
31, said they felt only I a
Apparently the results, if Charles E. Snider 32. Elkhart
dell Beddlngfleld, Mrs. George GARDEN CITY. N.Y. Former
slight tingle from the high voltage
of the treatment will
any Memer and Mrs Thorns Vice President Richard M a filling station attendant, and
line which threatened them weigh heavily in Brown's decision Erwin Airman 2C Vernon Labenne. 20.
Nixon contending that pollsters,
with electrocution. about the sanity hearing City Manager and Mr. Donald commentators and political experts Southfield Mich., who was shot
llarlsfleld have n.medlhelr believe the Republican April 6 while he worked at a
i new daughter Elizabeth Jean. party has only a remote chanceof (as station near Battle Creek, .
She was born May 30 defeating President JohnsonIn Mich.
Sudden I I Service the November election!' : Police said a caliber pis.
HIIIT is S"TLALNFYLLlN: "All that I can say I. this, tol taken from Ranes when he
Wales (UPI) that the polls have been wrong was picked up had been for-
Whit, a 3.year-old English In New llamsphire, Oregon and warded to state police I
spaniel whose world turned California." headquarters for a firearms
jpsy.turvy a month ago when comparison test
her owner died won't have to WASHINGTON Sen. Hubert Police said Ranes was pickedup
"' worry now where her next Humphrey, D-Minn., floor man. in front of the home of a
meal comes from-at least for ager of the civil rights bill friend, Arthur Booth Booth had
the next six years. sounding confident but not flatly called them and told them .,_
Under the term of SI-year- predicting that there were Raines confessed the slayings -- "-'i: /
old Miss May Luxmoore's will. Enough votes to gag lengthy to him showed him a pistol
Whit will get $840 six years' Senate debate on the bill: anti told him be planned to first
Mood I at S3.80 a week. "I am as optimistic as I can contact a priest and then commit
be and on the'! other hand as suicide
prudent as I can be."

ST. AUGUSTINE Fla. Integration .
pivi.J ", r leader Martin Luther THE BACON
\ ,i:; King saying he came back to This big beautiful
racially troubled St Augustine : 5--
10 lead an integration drive despite ,
{ ." threats of death: : priced less than
e "Before I'll be a slave. I'll -

I be buried in my grave" ? $7 a month more than you'd pay

NEW YORK United Auto
--r rrR for a Ford Chevrolet
Workers (UAWI) President Walter or
Reuther saying h. does not
believe Sea. Barry Goldwaterhas
a chance of being elected We're comparing prices on a Chrysler Newport, Ford

president'He has of been the in United political States orbit :. Galaxie 500, and Chevy Impala. All 4-door sedans. All

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doubt he may be able to
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Ex-Havenitc The State And National!
Weather--Local -- - --
NOTITK HAM APUJrATHIW or INTKNTMN ConAN 111 Lab Allred Lion Club The program Ill srmar. Don

BtMHAUnK 'tIN \>lll have a Ladle Nurht on Roblnaon, showod a film "Thestate
RAsa or of Potato** *," depirtint .
o.w.ja, CAMPRRU. I hursda Juts 18. fat that. state
Will Attend the boantte
ID DF* M>.1 I The Brat vice proaMtnt
.... Ail Wham It lap Ooan j ms l.ttord, pr........ at mat and its Indu tr14 ......
Nolle to Arne elm that I
ham lUwal e aw ftaal rrpoct. aa Kv: nocutfta ilKht's, mnotlBf I*) tho abaoncet
of the *alat* of Otw R cCampkall < president ....J....., who la
West Point da..asd thy I ha?' ?iiendlnc a bankers' school bong F.Wm.'iT
fllad MHtas (nr final dlnchar
act iKat wlU inHv. to Ih. H,* 'I'' ht'ldII\ Balm Rotate, La. HOLLYW000IOPT M,":
Rlrttarw 1 BeMann CouMy JudiiHnrlda .. t the hort mootlnc Included mini Rock Ntldwn play! ,
A former Winter Haven r1'51. .I Pall f'DIIItr, on ,".. .
t II hf wclrumlnf of Leland Keck 8 nd MNi
!dent al Jas.. '.... In, Wpuwv. li.Hlth food nut an
now living In Lakewood
N J. t"ottt.; aa1.5 and her final din oof if. rhrlng, and Richard Brum- Fln.'m." enttnt you nit ("
has been appointed to rharea rt. th* ....t. nl bF uiih. newly ro-lnftated mm- ante fli and wclnutbuui
the 0 s Military Academy Ou : raaael, b er.
it West Point 10 CooN
Thomas Michael 1 Moore 1* .... ( th* .......

IOn of Mr and Mr W>!lim/ -1i'Camnbllfc4l .. Trust Services For You

C Applegate. lived In Jan. a ?
Phyl Village and attended 15.5600
Denlaon Junior UL '!III ..
High School I
; Will'''' Art.
prior to moving to Lakewood Clerk Way. .'I."Ji.: : U. I....

He Grocery 7" ... T .
Is ranked 10th in his oq lctJ a *. Ta .'.??_ .
graduating clap at Lakewood IN THK': 'PUIT\ JIIHif.'H' : ,;
high school. and received his I 9r 0 (til'KT I* AM rOK Mil.K
appointment from Rep James Held In Threat )lfflweR.SSHOWER IN MB: BIT Aft OP ,
C Auciink' He also re A_ I d JOHN w. CALVIN DvoaacdTi. d

reived a merit scholarship 90 .. All atora and INirMia Hav-

certificate An honor student he I II a LBJ :a.fdcrJ:: -.*: or IVmaiwIa Anlnat

member of the National Against .. Skewers are forecast for the Rock) *, Swrthorn Plateau and the Gulf States bysadtftidoln.dupllat.Mall.. .t

Honor Society Key Club. Colder weather. la forecast for the Pacific Northwest, the Central) Ptalaa and the Great Lakes. and <....."" shah you
Student Council and Math The rest of the nation will h? fair with mild temperatures, hay* ...1_ tie ....,. of John W.
Calvin da i.aaa1, In th. oftlc of

Club Michael CAMDEN Allen N.J.Young(,UPI a )'con-. Florida Zones LOCAL OUTLOOK Richard:his offloa A fnM5.at Barlow Couaty, FtorMa JIMSMat : I

TemperaturesBy within, alk etuMkSar maths tram
fused" 18 year-old
', j;; f groceryclerk Panhandle Mostly cloudy with occasional May M. TIM wileS !I. tk* data. of -1
was held In $30.000 bail Partly cloudy and no important showers today and tomorrow. thr first piiMtoaMon nf thla notleaK .
HOSPITAL I Thursday night on charge of I'niled Prnis International ...h claim ar kHMnd must lito Inwntlns
temperature change High today In the \lWf'rMI'\ Low IllxhAlbuquerque muat onto the at t
sending a threatening note to through Saturday with widely Low tonight near '70 Southeasterly n.Masr. anal awl offlc .=. refis.

President Johnson scattered afternoon rtowenHl wind 10 to 18\ mile per claimant'' muM ba atlsm toilalnu I
. 118
Mad ahe55S* K.I.
ba as
Young Rio Grande, N.J.. was ..h today M to 90 low tonight hour briefly higher In shower Atlanta . K 80Rtrmingham nix. aam dot wilt lioaainii' ratdtut Ii
arrested by Secret Service: w. Calvta
6 6to 72 /*/
. ., M 84 iitMlrti i
agent Thursday, just five day* NorthIncreasing MRS. JONES
ADMISSIONS Boston . . .. 6t Harry B: KM i
before the President was ached cloudlnew W Legal AdvtrtisiflgIN pOlio. K7 ,

Winter Haven Harold ued to visit nearby Swarth. lowed by rain beginning tonight Chicago . . . .56 K! Win'.. H.One_.....FlaAttorney .... My,..k kuikand1Mid saw! Cur tk. ,Tk...,..Amarltan.,bll! v .1 Netl..1..tfl.,

S Benson Ray 11. RasnaekeMm more, Pa, for I college commencement or Saturday. High today THK: ( IKUIT ( tit STOIC Till Cleveland . 48 61 May 91: Jum .. U amt '1. tall our atUta. $h.514M u. ant. th.., wNIKar '
address. near 90 low tonight near 70 TKNTII dl lilt III. 4IK4IIT OF Denver . .. . 41 10 Wilt lor orabala., tiamola Oh..slat. *
Kim Denlse Goodman Secret Service special agent Easterly wind S to II miles I.OHIIA. IN: AND H>" miK. Detroit . . t1 8f : .""h manes tot ta'aaviro" tha mash,

Mus Ernestine Semy, Miss Donall C. Brett said they found per hour. (VII NTY.T. tarwluw IN IHANCMUHalt Martsaia 54t.111,111t1.RI.'f; inn ,t ,., tar ar ..1." .lumi .,.i..1 the ottat

Susan Scott Baby Randall Lee two rifles, a pistol and a five Northwest (;... Na ia-SMN/ Jacksonville . . .89 8f and many.rk.r Ith.lul.I.) ...
CHICAGO UP!' 11'hl.'A \.. Fa-
Tucker Mrs. Gerald Barnes, AND
inch hunting knife in theyouth' and ooc FIRST rEDERAI' SAVINOW
Mostly cloudy Kansas City . . .. 5 8 58La .
Of W'DIITR'IAIN. dada the nation
Mrs. Jim II Powell Mrs Mary room at the time of his lion II ..how'fIoda\ and LOAN Angela\ . . .. SIr Tl i will Day waive an eHlmuled Mouths 0 I I.e.

Kulchar Mr Emma Park. arrest He laid the boy admitted Saturday High today upperM1 Plaintiff Miami . . ., .., 7-3 83 103 million ilftnThr
Mrs. Julius Owen. Stephen engaging In target practice *, low tonight 70 Euterly HOWul4 BT Al,
Ut F ..
McDonald cattRMt, ballad on a .r.
Mrs Michael
with the guns.Authorities winds 10 to 15 miles per hour Iwdendsnna Miami Beach . . 11 112 THI rmiNPIT' fAMUT IANKSI
Marks, Mrs. William C Red with NOTICK OPN BALI try by Ih* Tl. >> DlTtnteti fClnrauo
ing charged at a Increasing tonight<< *omesquallineis '>tlrr li (Ivan that pur- Twin Chits . . . M 75 Printed Hi.log 0.., was
hearing before U.S. Commit Small craft should wan I to a II''Z.; ** of forMloaurr -
New Orleans . . ,. 81 84 touplfd with thin ohiiPivalwHlldads ;
AuburndaleMrs. stoner Charles Rudd that! not venture far from port rntard In ..u.. numb.rsdSDi6.$3' .
Harold N. Dean Mrs. W> In the Circuit Court of a III tetwo i to HIU .'.t th
mailed Northeast New York .. _. 51 14
Young an
anonymousnote Path County Florida. I will aall thaumiMity #
Ada Belle Howard. Robert N to the President from Rio Cloudy l with occasional altuaU In .Polk County, Orlando . . . . 'It 118 about tl8frO [ffcr tj

Wells Mrs Frederick L De Grande lajt May 27 The content showers today and Saturday FV rldn That acrlb..t part of .th.. Kant S of Philadelphia . .56 11Phornil j i iNN

Vore. Mn Ernest Gamble, of the note were not revealed Hleh todnv In the unner M's Tract II In auction ... Town . . 83 \18
Jacob Donald Newburn low tonight 70 Southeasterly .hip M Smith Ran** 14 last' Raleigh 83 80 \tnRllnrt.WASIIINOTON;

Maine City Brett testified the boy admit. wind 10 to 15 mile per hour. of W F and lUllam Trwkln\ and Unda CoFarmlnc 'UPI > AMEIUOANlVA.TIONAL

Miss Christine Stephen, Mrs. ted writing the note and the Increasing and bt'tomlnltlQual. an ahown by map nr plat Ihrrc; St Louis 57 15 Bei\e one dark siren or deep 'N'
Noah Dye**. In heavier showen of m-ordrd I In tea Offlril l ,the 58 TO yellow vegetable at leant Piety UANXCS.a.araaa
agent added I think he a ly especially .'1..... of th. Circuit Court Inand San Francisco
Belton, \ *. confused person" Small craft warnings dis for Polk. County. Florida. Seattle 50 IT nthrr day. auifrit niitiillonUiU
Alan L. Cue. played In Plat Rnnk 1 Pu. 101 mon- T1 81 In thr U B t>'tNiitmeiii of A rlUltuie > song M'I. IOI/'IMt RAM
holy rtux-rlbfd aa Mlnwi Mi-iiln Tampa
Dundee (
Legal Advertising at the Northram anrnrr of Mid Washington 84 \to
Raymond C Pearce Legal l Advertising Tract II Nn.I thnc* Sniilhalmi
Lake Alfred th.. Baal: tin..1 saidTract --

Mrs. Lawrence A McNeerMr :Mai lr. T. ('...1.... r.i Ihrnc 12 .a North dlatancr 11I'1\4'nf W.n.10'
*. Evealeen WrightTIIIRSDAY'S IN TUB CUI'MTV JIDOB1 IN! THE: tllMIIT (lit BT Of Tall! a dlKtanrnf in fill t.rt I t>. ,".
tote IN Ail FOB POLE TKISTII JIIIUIAL ( I 514'S IT SICTHE nf biwlniilmr rnntlnu"
DISMISSALS ('OINTV. rLOklDA STATIC UK rUIHlUA IN .point lhnc North .M.1\4. Wot, a dli.
Winter Haven IN: RE: MTATE OF AND rust roLfc tOINTV tanrr of ales< r.., Ihrnr.. South
'nr' Rail and naralM with
Mrs. Jasper W Bell John W WWYDaceawl
(I I CITIZENS NATIONAl BANK!' OF lee West line Cast V,
Coburn. Mr Eva Godcharles, To All Crwlllon and Pawns H.v.. 8T PKTEKatiVHU.: a tallvnalI ( I Il of sad Tract ,'t.t".iI.I n< >- nfI41W
Mrs Clifford fill Mr*. Bill Ins Claims or Drmandi A,aln.i l I honking Aeoatnrs. fast III."rr Smith
) 1'I.llIt". 111dSe
Said Eltat.: ..., dlnlanr olHO '
M" M a
Maney Christopher C. Quinn,, Vim, and earh; of you, are h.nbstifled ; ... fast. th..nc* North ii'OH tat -
Willam It RflfierU Reuben II. 10 flit In duplicate ai I HAZEL P WNCAITEM; amai Wrnt. and parallel with Mid
claim and drmandi which rix HAXEU 'LANCA8TER, a/k/a HOW of Rant S nf Tract
Smith. Master Stephen R Whit, hart acaln>t tha aalat of WaituH r HAZEL RR. HOGGS. and rBLTONf IS a dlataacn of 141111 f"i, to
I'y Lowy. di-r.aad In th. office" o UOOOS, tt al th. point of bMlnnlMfal
Richard A Brogan County Judff D talulwilat aalr to Ih.. Sahral and
Auburndale at hi. offlca. In the Court HOUM aBarlow I THE STATE Or rLOHUlATO .public bidder lor rash M the \..iulkFrunt QHB.r flBP BBTM KMI M5B9 VBTTii QBD9fo <
Mack E Boyd. Thomas E Florida. within .111 calm- EDWARD: LOTT and MRTTIE' : Door of th. Path .....atyCourthuus.
Mann. Mr*. Thomas J. Young. dar month from Mar M hIM' V lam. hl. wits.NOTIIE .. In Iartow PlurSa he
whirls !Is tha date of tat flnt Publlratlon or linT ltd I.., p m aJun. come buy
uses II 00 a m
Maine City of thl. notlra Cnrlclaim !> You arc hereby .....1II.a teat a .' 11.
Everett B Gumming or demand muM .b* In writ. Suit haa bean filed acatan you and 1564D ? SWAN IR.
ins. muat atat th. ptoc. of rialdvnc rack of you by CIt saM National Clark CircuitIUMMKRU1N 1'.1'1
Polk City and pat office add... 0' Bank of 8t .......burr. a HotlnMl CONNOR
John B. Deal, Willie IsobellSebrlng th* claimant. muM bo sworn ti." Banking Aaauelatkn. Pta MIN. In 14* Avawia B. NW
and moat b. filch aa afonaald. o'r the' abort rntltlad muss ..d.... Wlit.r Havi-n. Florida. .
elm aamt will bMwma votd harckr rQUlrd ta fun I
Mrs. Ina Journey. (11ad,. r. Lowy your you An.wtr with tnr" Clark of this June, ..!__IW4_ __
Davenport Eianitrtx8TRAUOHN Court, and to tarva, conr tees( J I 1P OVER 275Summer
SHAfUT this. Plaintiff "PlakMttTa At
Elmer E. Scott IC A 1,01)RlDI.. AltyaHI today upon whoa" ....... and add_ MAlbrrt :Ii.,..... T. (.r..*lu>,. I
Dundee Magnolia Arraua C Warlv Attormy at Law, IN THE (0' JHt' i\t UK;'.
Winter Ha.... n*. < 41 C ntnl AvaniM, N Ptara- 14)1 MT IN ANa ton fOLk
Reuben Stone May 29 9f Juna 6. It 1M4SOMETHIHG bury rVirlda, not later than ivn (OINTt IUIIUA ,
w. IN4. IN RE a TATt WFKINintCb and SpringDRESSES
If you fall ta do ao Drero Pro : L CHARUtSTo
'M, '. o. i.o' ; Confruo will .ba ..nt.nd Malaat '
you for tha relief drmandcd In the All Cradllun and P.rwrD-a. :'::
'' Complaint 9ad1g Calms a VPm.nda Against' \
Tha awn A said salt "b.ln' forfonetaaurt Eala.
ol _...... --.l You. and ...... of ,.... era .kor.
In Official'\ Ra orda Bwk Md pM* b> not triad to flla: In ",,:. . aucalmS '
.M. Public Raoorda of Polk downy and drmanda whkk rw
Florida. eonrlnc' havr analiul tat" ...... of Wlal. .
Lot I. ShIrk t ttetanport. DoHda. frad C Cbarln. .......Md. la Ik* '
anordtiw to plat taoraofraeard "ifflc at Richard A Unou,*, Cwt :
.d In Plat Bnuk i Pa.*aM .... al hat uffiic la Ih.' Court (
-M PublIC Rooorda of PolkCounty llou- al. narrow Florida. wltklali I
Florida h,<.tlMftha with calndar moataa from Mar 1
following draerlbad MMM of 11414. whkk U Uw dal vf Ika flralPuMlcallon
praparty which ara ....1<14 to of Ihs .......,. Each
and parmaaaallr Uwtaltad M hum or domaad muM ba la writ.
part of tha Imprardnama; lag. muM ..... Ik* .....,. at redd.1w. From Our Regular Stock
said land: and wit nfflr addraaa ofth
Rhaam Walar II....'. Midst. i..laimanl muM ... .._ u and
No. M2H-4U-D. Pr.w'"jf Haul.i mud .b. flld aa aforaaaM. or .... .l'
I' ....... Modal ". 5643e1A. nor will kai'inii TaW
f; WITNHM mr hand and .1Ie aaaliof I il-,. A OkarlatWilbur O A WIDE SELECTION
j taU Court. at Barlow PMkr O Ckartra'
Every effort T* made by County. n rI4a. this. nth day of EitautanHTRAIIIHN:

the good nursing home leprovide ;' May AD OH" --IAAI'C.' JR ;RIDIS.SHARIT Slips 4KAIx OF STYLES, FABRICS &

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, Winter'- Haven Daily News-CMef Today's TelevisionBy In Reviewmake Memories

w. I IYN ION. ..*..,., **..,
Project AlertBy
JOHN W HVHiMO. AteWeirt M ftp NMhfc.r
, RICK DC BROW thttt period *taiTto H YEARS AGO
.w..h.4. deny (oiieot leturdo/l "W t*>. Wla4r H.*.aM Commentary Liaised. p,*.. lntanulUp. take, Who ew heard of a Nancy Nutting ten to
+ ..*. >...... C... !Ise.. II* Ird s.r.... N.W.. WMI.r H...., .H. ...... MAJOR AL LONG, USAR Rt HOLLYWOOD (UPI) Carol*! bUck and white fairy tale? -MrI. the remainder of the

CHARLES vOSMOftN .e..,.1 "Muq.,, By PHIL NfcWSOM Burnett's latest CBS TV special SUUMT in Ma_. Ga

JACK KAHAN ........* ....,r UPI r.,.... News Aaalr GYM a semi hip spoof of the WaN Street Chatter 10 YEARS AGO
Lib the salamander whichr fairy tale "The Princess sod NEW YORK (UPI) Harrit Uncle Sam was being asked

PETER J. SULLIVAN Ad er.itla. .j t.4.****r tile ancients believed could live KATANGA AND THE do She the rewrite? What the Pea" provided some lively Upham & Co theoriMt that to chip in with HI.900 toward
through fire President Ahmed I UNITED NATIONS! you If not historic moments Wednesday of the ".000 coat of a compUte
food peremUft
NATIONAL ADVtftmiN IItHHfNfAflVISh. do frisk today ot the wla- "perhaps
..*." a Auocletei, I... CYi1s.S.l IN. Ben Bells rules Algeria in de- UP news May a, 184 states dom you of that polity with the re- night the (stock) lilt may be nearing census of trees m
dance of natural I laws the) Coofo wants the UN forces Entitled "Once Upon a Mattress completion of Its period of cor Florida citrus groves, IOme-
EM.red .. Second Class Mail M.H.r S.,..1, It24 .. tko Pus 0ffIc. Yet this self confident 47yearold out by June .... Later in the suits before you? Spak up, ," the musical comedy rectIon. la support of this thing which should help I

hi WI.I., H...., FI.h... under *et .l Merck I, 117 retains the affectiuna, day another report "A native Mr Rowaa-you're the Voice of was a 90 minute version of view the brokerage house notes materially to improve the
action baa rebelled againstthe America now, and we want to the off * production forecasts .
of the West for his hope of Broadway show that there are several hundred accuracy
hear End National
:2 MEMIER AUDIT IUREAU stability, of the Communist Congo central government" Review.you. quote- brought major attention to Miss slacks on the "big board" made by the federal

;. world or his ill-defined social May 2Mb 1964, a movie was Burnett in IMS and started her which preaeaUy are Milling governmentS .
. . lam and of Agerlans to whom shown at Florida Southern College as they say, on the road to within one or two points, or YEARS AGO

... he represents the heady wine! titled "CONGO: THE stardom less, of their lows for the year, David Ellsworth was elected
MEMIER lI Independence WAY AHEAD," one of United The Lighter I The story concerns a girl who excluding preferred issues. president of the Winter Haven

Active, Mmfcr, UNITED PRESS INTERNATIONAL These thoughts In philosophic: Nations television series and proves she la of princess ctli Chamber of Commerce

NATIONAL EDITORIAL Tli. UniHd; Prett It entitled, .. tko ... vein, come to mind as result of' sponsored by Lake Region ber and worthy of marrying Stanley Keller & Co. feels "a

ASSOCIATION far repuklicetieii of .111..1..ws print Ben Bell.'. latest troubles with, Chapter American Associatton a prince by passing a test major reason for the current
It"l od I In this ewter *l will .t .11|| U'IADVERflSIN. the fractious Berbers, blue. for the United Nations, SideBy In which she Is supposed to establish wave of apathy and uncertainty .lIattlle I

Ntwi Diipitcket. eyed men who live In the K abylia Lakeland, Florida, Chapter her sensitivity by feeling (in the market) Boa in the DOC..Oa !

DEADLINE Mountains some 80 miles i We were wondering, "Have a pea through a alack of fact that the market over.anticIpated f
CLASSIFIED DEPARTMENT from Algiers, and who for 1 they shown the film "KATAN- DICK WEST mattresses on which she is tryIng the development of an (
ly the W*.d: I P.M. r>..1.... D.,. ly tke Inch 3 P.M.. revleui D... years defied the French and 1 GA"? The other side? United Press International to sleep inflationary atmosphere" It
L...l N..I. .. I '.M. PrvHi! D.,. Sundiy Edit;. Doedlmei; Ben
Frld.t. now Bella's one-man rule Not at all easy to see this WASHINGTON (UPI) This adds that "the tax cut did not
DISPLAY DEPARTMENT) A few days ago a machine. Belgium man kneeling, crying has been a great week for It turned out Wednesday stimulate excessive consumer
Sundey ..._I P M. Thursday Monday Edition I P M.
; Frldoyi
Tueidey Edition-Noon Saturdoy: Wodneid.y, Th.,4., end Fridoy gun and bomb attack laid to| and pleading for his life, beside American agriculture f 01 I k i night that there were other factors pending as many expected but

Edtiitl: P.M. Two Day. In A4"..... the Berbers against Ben Bella's> his dead wife, SHOT AND Wonders abound.At than the pea which kept rather helped sustain a more
villa missed Ben Bells but In. KILLED BY UNITED NA- their experiment laboratories her awake, but of course every normal rate of growth."
.Momkor Soutkern N....,.,., Publnken Allocation jured two of his guards TIONS TROOPS. In Beltsville Md., scientists one lived happily ever after

M.mb.r Florid Proit Aii.ei.Uen The Incident was one of the 1 "As for me I do not take any of the U.S. Agricultural anyway except the possessiveand Bache & Co believes "the Inherent

SUISCRIPTION RATES boldest but only one of severalin white prisoners! I ordered my Research Service are studying talkative queen, played fundamental strength of

Iv C.rfi.r ., Moil a new tide of Berber resist- men to kill Europeans and a cow In a sealed plastic chamber very wen by Jane White the market ultimately will win

Y..,, $11.20:1: ",...h., Sf.lO; I ", ..Ih., 1.4.151) I ", ..'h, $1.IS; nee against the Algiers government to finish off the w o u n d e d." Her name is Lorna. Actually Wednesday nlght'i out and this Is the time for MratltLsAVlivtu
weekly, li tenti. Siiio.lo Copioti; Dolly, i t .h;| Sond.y, 10 Gush Col. Mites, UN Indian Officer, That Lorna Is some kind of show was a pretty thin vehicle, composure. Bache "to

TELEPHONE Cyprus Hit I Algeria's difficulties lie both 1 EUzabethville. Katanga." cow. A Holstein, as a matter of and the pedestrian, unimaginative best take advantage says of

In Us past and In its present. An Air Corpsman who helped fact. She has amazed everyoneby commercials made it weakness purchases of the better any.

Before the French came, Algerlu ., evacuate the Belgium women giving back more calories in rather difficult to stay In a situated fundamental Issuesare ,
A waa but a collection of milk than she consumes in fairyland mood but there
Thought For Today"According from the Congo: "Major Long, advised with an eye to long
olive traders, pirate bands and it would have been better to feed. Which is mighty generousof was enough talents and pleas. term appreciation"

mountain tribes nominally under have left those women in the her ant momenta In the music,
Turkish rule. If Lorna could continue her dancing and comedy to make itan
at he hath chosen (picked u, out for Hit The French are fond of say. raped Congo. ravished They were and so brutalized.brutally present pace, she would be the amiable hour and a half

own) before the foundation of the world! that we hog that "the Algerians became Oh) never, do I ever w-t to next best thing to a "Smoo," ON YOUR TELEVISION DIAL

should be holy (c01I.ecrattd-.et apart for Him) end French"before they became Al witness such brutality again. It the comic strip creation of a Miss Burnett is a good physical

without blame before him (in hi tight in love. gcrian. was so sickening" few years back. Something like clown, a basic old style WOIO-TV WMJk-TV WPTf-TT WTYT-TV
) Thus, Ben Bella, a product of Lorna could be the answer to
and her best
the History runs along fast. It comedienne moments Chooses" i c...*.... I Ckel. ClMIMMl. II
Eph. 1:4 Algerian hinterland with no the world's food problem. always come when she
could not possibly happen hereIn CIS NIC Ale CIS
This is no after thought of God. It was a reality previous experience in government America? What efficiency! It would be has a chance to employ this Orl .d. Taupe Orl. d. Tempe
rules a nation which Itself tantamount to getting 250
Quote "On July 1 1960 the quality as in some fine comic
"before the ,
foundation of the world. has
no national past pounds of pork chops from a
dancing Wednesday night NIGHT June 5
Belgium Congo became an In- Friday
-Dr. Albert L. Carnett Since independence in 1962, 200 pound pig
dependent nation, UN volente, However, one must be a really
t the Algerian But, alas, there Is trick to
economy once a
one of the best and a couple of days thereafter what she devoted fan not to notice the i:00-Now* N.... Srti. Now Woetker Polio N...
In has
Africa has been doing Lorna
plunged into a lea of troubles. eventual repetitiousness of the O'll-Sp.rH, Wtkor Weitker Edit.rl.l. s,'" S.ortt. Wtker
I gone swiftly and steadily down. The UN with American political has been getting the extra small bag of tricks the man- 4:10 CIS Now NIC Newt AIC N... CIS News
News Chief EditorialsAnother ward. financial and calories from stored body fat crazy routine the mugging gea- 4:41-CIS N... NIC News New, Woetker CIS N...
In January rioters took to logistical and replacing it with water
the sli-ets in Oran and Con. support, sent in an army of The scientists say she cannot ures that one has seen time 7:00-Wy.tt tarp ... '0nu lwbnNbr Th. .1..1
soldiers and bureaucrats to and again This Is not to knock "H.r l.wbraikse The Rebel
stantino to protest against unemployment keep up her remarkable pro 7)0-Adrahn.; : ,r..I"
a good performer, but it's not M D.dry The Grid
Try Coming Up . straighten things out The UN
and duction for
rising prices very long without quite the same as watching 7:41I" ,.,.41.. A.be" A,.. D.I'ry A4w......
According to the latest out of Washington, memo Upon all opposition Ben Bel. contingent, still and always wearing herself out. with the incredible
la his pinned the label "trait. supported by the United States, Thanks anyway, Lorna. someone I:00-Ad o"t,,roi ."., Gorton Doitry Tko Gnat
ben of Congress are going to try again for a salary ors" and "counter.revolutionar diagnosed the trouble aa due to Thank for letting us glimpse scope and recognizable greatness I:II- In ...,.4i.; lorry Svllivo Doitry AdvontvroI

increase. This time instead of $10,000 they are goingto ies" Morse Tshombe and his secessionist for a brief shining moment the of a Barbra Streisand, ei :10-D.D.y Plus lob. H.,. ...,k.'. low CIS R pert.
Th.... ...,k.'. low "D-Ooy rlyi
for the :4120 Yoon *
try for $7,500. They fugure that we taxpayerswon't Among the contradictions program mineral embodiment of man's old ther.Excellent
Wednesday In
of Ben Bella Is tHe act that, -rich province of Katanga. dream of getting back more OO-O.D.y Plus, 5.1. H.,. Serbia. low 20 Teen
object quite as loudly. Yet if they put this although he spent the last five Some of ua In this country and than he puts in. key supporting roles were Jack :1120 Years Theetn lark... Low Ehew.e

through, it would mean that 1,700,000 other govern. years of the seven-year Algerian in Europe objected that it seemed Gilford as the timid but lovable ':Jo-D.D.y PI... TWTWTW ",Ic. It Rothe Rd C.:45 .

ment workers would also receive a proportionate raise uprising In French confine. odd to try to cure the confusion Even though Lorna was to :9 king, and Joseph Bova as the ': 20 Y.... TWTWTW Price I I. Riche N..d,"
minded but
ment, he was able quickly to In Equateur Orientate, good to be true we need not simple pleasant" 10Oo-Alf J..k Pose Fight .f W... Alfred
which would cost us 633 million per year. This is one- "Prince Dauntless The Drab
dispose of wartime leaders and Leopoldsvllle etc. provinces by despsir Other promising things '0,II- Hi'ch..ck J..h Pea' Fight .f Wuk Hleche..I
half billion dollars a year and right 7>lOw we are $310 establish his own one-man rule, clamping down on Katanga, the are happening! For one thing Though there was frequent liveliness 10Jo-Alf.1I J..k'u, Fieh' .f WNk Alfred

billion) in the red. He successfully balances I one province where law, order Agriculture Department entomologists in the outing, there were 10:41- Hi'ehc.ck dick h., Mske Spy' HItchuck
Moslem and active beIng also slow moments, and It <
v Frankly, we think that a small raise is probablyin and the against Don Moslem maintained an economy and were use are investigating the too bad that CBS TV did not 11-00-Nowt N.., St, Wtr 1'1....".. Now, Sport.
army agalnt his National ousting the of amplified sound asa Et.ri.l Wtkor Wtkor. Etorl.l
Wtkor T.slgkl" Show ,
11 ill Sporti.
store for Congressmen, but when they want to rob Liberation Front, the man who looked like the ablest possible Insect repellsnt use color television to helpAlmanac I IhJO--Tkootr* .1 T.nlflM Skow Movorlck Ckockmot"

us that is something else. The average small firmcan't only legal/ party in Algeria Congolese In _sight; that deliberately One of them got the Idea for I 1t41.h.. Stort TaBM I Show. Movorlck Ck.ekm.t.
lie has built the loyalty of provoking a war was a the experiment when he noticed
give raises of this nature and stay in business ; the army on high pay and generous curious way for the UN to carry that amplified sound waves Saturday MOANING June 6

even the big firm has some trouble with added privileges Col Housrl out Its mission of peace; seemed to keep flies and mos

expenses. In line with business we'd say around $3,000 Boumedienne, its commander, that the government of the leadIng quitoes away from his back 7:0o-4l: ...... w....'" Summer

would be sufficient and then think that they is first deputy premier.lie power in the world struggle yard patio. By United Pms International 7:11AI"... Thutn N... S........,
even we has banned the Communist of the West against Communism I've noticed the same thing Today Is Friday, June 5, the 7O-D.puty. Dwe "Rhyth... ., RFD "Mid W.IIy 5.1.,
should work harder for what they get. But let's not party at home yet frequently was rather perverse In sponsoring on my own patio. My teen.age 157th day of 1964 with 209 to 7:41-0.: wM Dswl .h. hlllldl." Fledde Wally Gat.r

has named Fidel Castro a policy directed daughter occasionally takes her
get into that row. against follow Oo-c".I L..I Rsm., .f C.III
aa among his idols. the most pro.Western and antiCommunist portable radio out there, tunes The moon la approaching Its .::11Ku..".. ..4 Hardy M. Ja./l. K....'..
He refrains from close tie* leader to appear in in hr favorite disk Jockey and new phase IO-C..1to Littl. Rneds ....1.' t.4..ry C..I"

Kind Of Sad . with Communist I China, the Congo, perhaps In all de turns the volume control until The morning stars are Jupiter .:41K.....,.. Llttl. a..I. .... .Memory K......._
which baa offered him all
$50 mil. colonised Africa. systems are go. and Saturn.
We made it a point to drive around and look at lion In credits, yet copies some W* were sternly rebuked by This not only keeps flies and The evening star is Venus. IOo-Al"l": Show Cin.e ley .Make .....,...ry AI"I"AI"I" Show Show
'III-AI"I. Skaw Cireea ley Male Mercury
some of our former beauty spots about the city and of the methods of Yugoslavia, the powers above. The key to mosquitoes away from the patio On this day in history: .:Io-T........ RoH sad A.44y Sup.emu T.......

we are surprised how quickly they have gone down. one of Red Chlna'a bitterest progressive future for the Congo It keeps me away sa well. In 1933. President Franklin :41- T..II. A..ff and ..11II4., S.,.,..... T..4.
enemies. In their the department
Republic, we were told and experiments D. Roosevelt signed a bill abolishing -
Many need trimming. Many need new flowers. Many Last month the Soviet Union to the defense of Africa against entomologists are using the gold standard. IOOo-o..lek: Dnw Jeeier AecNN Jailer Aeetl s Quick Dew

need just normal care. Many evidently need fertilizing granted him more than $127 Communist Inroads, was to more humane methods, In 1950, the U.S. Supreme 10:15McGraw Ju.I.e Aaeia Jailer Asst. "McGraw Maui
M.ss Fie.lall X45 lead .f Mighty
and watering. This is too bad, for added to the million in credits to BO toward bring Tsnombt to heel and In- They released some Indian Court ruled unanimously that :10:10-Mighty 10:41-Mighty; : M.ua Fie.bll: :: X41: t.tIT t.. Mighty: Mess.
construction of a metallurgical|,, tergrate Katanga Into a unified meal moths In a chamber segregation practices In Southern .
natural beauty of our city, these beauty spots too have complex, with the promise of nation governed from Leopold. where two radio loudspeakers railroad dining cars and in 11,00-11", TI. Tls D.n.ia C..,., AIIo Till TI.

been something for the home folks to brag about and more help to com*. From vine Carl T. Rowan (newly appointed emitted only a continuous low two Southern universities were II II-Ii., TI. TI" Th. Masse. Caet.ua Ai. Till Till
France he receives more than chief hum. Invalid. Jo-Roy, At.." Fury ....y I Cecil Roy ReSm
the tourist to remember.We of the USIA). II ,,45-1. fillY loony I Cecil Rey Rpm
1300 million each year In aid then Assistant Secretary of Even so, the sound waves apparently In 1962, an Air France 707
are sort of kidding ourselves about not keeping and from the United States State, explained In his scholarly had a deleterious effect jet airliner crashed at Paris, AFTERNOON

up our beauty spots. If we found them entirelytoo comes much of the food that way that we who were "sources on the moths Many of killing 130, Including 121 from
feeds the Algerian people of support for Tshombe and his their eggs failed to hatch, near Atlanta, Ga., on a European art OO-CIS: News Iullwinlle gup Iusy Sp.rt. Flom
expensive, we should have tried to get help from Through France, he his of ly half of the young moths that study visit ,11-.1..11 lullwlskle gup I.asy Dlny Dca
policy secession"
garden clubs, individuals, businesses to keep them membership in the European are "a did hatch died the first day, In 1963 British War Secretary IIJo-. f".ci. I..IIIII. Awrlus" lusbll
conglomeration of
arch c o nservativea ......
12:41.t 'h'4.Ihl. 5.rIIII..1..4 .4'ull .11
Common Market yet gradually and those that survived had re
set the We don't John Profumo resigned after
going once we pace. want to look people who oppose
like old Florida he tries to squeeze French influence the Income tax avowed defenders larded development. admitting he had lied to 1:00-.1..11 1.t M........ A".rI. Su F.cl.
want to look
just any city-we like from isle own country. of racial It Is easy to see that amplified Parliament in denying "impro 1,11-Inel.ll' let hA....,.. .4..11 WI. 'h'4.Ihi.
something special. Ben Bella worries both aegregatlon; opponents sound has tremendous potentialities priety with Christine Keeler. 1,10-.11.11 IsNhll. W.IU" LNhll
France and the United States of fluoridation; those If they bid exposed 1,41-.11.11, 1..1..11 w".m". ....1..11
but over that ia still who want to destroy the Supreme the moths to
concern daughter's
my A thought for the Greek
DAILY CROSSWORD Court, largely becauseof day- 1:00-.11.11 D..,.It Wredllp las.1..11
another. favorite disk Jockey, he would
its ruling school painter Zeuxis said: "Criticism lla-1...1.11 n. Chice.a WeNni.5 lsNlall
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AtIottrtWRt teeN'' AT".CJM+jY-Hl>q LXI AcI.JI. Jv.HvrrMJTe a..J A4ot....... .

Southern Schools Face September Integration I
: TUK t leu I IT (OCMT.r: THTKNTN ....e ......... ",,,','n IN AND'
r"W"DA IN ..... TEN?. lT ..rlb u AN. POS POLkC.roY 'IUIICU" ATLANTA (U'PD-Wiwa pub crab Judge IB Atlanta s key MHUM4MP4M Court orders rivM Kljinir iBBBte 'leader,

lO"NT" IR EftRey A WIt lII.&W BSTATB IWIMOA cJe N. eiMkMMstHKBBCCA lie tehooU in the South reopen case IB that argument No de. have dinted desegregation of offered today t. start voiin;
Ta .. ,
r. .. llaeYaw ANN DBNNIS
tu. R.. ___ lids a rrndm..:=t... CLARA. READ PI.laun. in Member: ther wiU\ b. a dawn I I. likely before (all. tlaskcs In JseksoB. ideal and Monday OB si thril righT,

riR8T FEDERAL: : lATtHO* AND to Ma IAY8I08 AND NEUQN MW Crisis IB destgriiaUoJi. II Negro grouaa have attacked teskr ('IIU"' A tidiest Judge amendmeBta eWtar s dehai",,

I 1...AMOCUTION, Or WONTEIHAV LOAN nRIT AMOCIATMM 01' Wllf'l'lllt To All Creditor or DamaDda and Peraone Against Mar WILLIAM DKNNB.MOTefK DefoMan' there .has .bM every autumn the trade..year plan. ia open now h.tho esae under. ad. limitation, Sea l$eerd B Hu

lyWallbWNNIE HAVEN 1aTMw= to "HCU since the Suprtm Court la IBM shore IB a number of Southern. MM"neni if Integration orders sell, D.Ga. IssdBT ol the Southern I,

PIsiM11 aad each of you ,are hereby STATE OP FLORIDA TO William outlawed racial terrier.' IB. therlaMrooms cities aa law slow The final de. stink' ortuials. look for heavy bloc pas pdy rl'l"ct t< ,i
K 8.!iNNEM. E? URtT notified to Me la d...Hp.i. ale Neleon Drama Route 4, Box
AL. J D THOMPRON. III' AI.T40KR .... MIl demand which yev US Morehead Kentucky or CIMMI IB the Atlanta case likely ivi>rottlnk..: by white children of the move. The Bftmdowa |It'll

Defdcl* .ATit" have soak the estate ol Clam H >Poet Offlee Box Ml Mee head, Approximately IS KBOOI dliiricU will set the guidelines OB "deliberate mtmrated schools the (eldership stotormim 1 I ,
or Read. deceaeed hi the .... of
..tire KOTM I. or MU5N ttat enruam NiHIee I* hereby s-trea that pw- Richard A roaeao, County JejdgeM Kentucky Ten are hereby' notified that a I In the previously ...... SBeed" so far I..dluol. Seth ( sretioa Greenville. mow for s aBimtl'i'n v >te fd n

to a final hereby decree firm o( terecloe- meant to a. thai decree at torecejeure hi*. olTto la the Court Houae .... for divorce ha been filed gated states will join the ra . are t tn i'ixdHere County itarts the tranaltkm with curbing debate BBSt Tuesday f It I

ure .entered In cause awakened entered.hi .k the caves CTree Court ueaheredUMlCMSt ol .at........month.... Florida from wlthla May SI ski IM4 eel asBlnet you by the Plaintiff. I. the ciao IraeMllkM tor t w first U.., .U a NIl call of Septum no h'lIubknpodlltl.. District the ban on drills .It adopted I,

WMS sa-MO in the Circuit Court olf VtorMs" I will sell the hove styled court and you are In other, token 'Integration already her and problems when a th7S weld have
>lk County Florida 1 will Mil tlM Polk County which la the date of the' liNt pub uttered and required to file an appearance plans In the iherieskm ere w each senator on
.rul"'rty altuate la Polk CartyYlnrlda property.. ..lute hi ..* Cattily. bridles. of Ihle notice Bee claimor answer or other defenalwenleadllwr tn practice will be e*- school .boils. ring In the SattttI.u.BUIA ",t'r rent Negro school ilatmn hour to talk CM te blU and all
Kl rlda. deecHh as: demand must be In wrttkwj, muat thin' with the .
I. rauae .
deacrtbed u: That at the BH el Tract l Gadsden ached braced for heavy Negro Im.lldmnta
The Wen 76fe.ldLtWYr.the 1 part Mate the place of realdeace and Clark of the ken-lnabnve. deattnaled Most
EMI: S3 II feet of Lot 01. U. Molls M Tewaehto thatr*. PHallam S. l lout offlee addrea 01 the claimant court, with a ropy thereof to likely INUble, loot* are tiled to make a start In 11th rnmllment, Canal: Three Hvernmrnt'I Iexperti
Haven Himee uedlvMoeX D.M Milk ftaa e M Panning. and must be sworn to and muat be filed the PlaMtin or her attorney Mon Miaaltaippi where. dewirnated and mh grades Hirmingkamlluntaville urged .",meal of a bill I
sad co.'s
No I, Plat 45, U, .. aiareeatd, or flee aame will be- toa J Hank Summerlin Conner NORTH CAROLINA Three
Book Pee Truckle Lead ae shows by rome WinterItoven elaaaea have been ordered '" and. Mobile rNabnuetransition authorising s nMtMtaulUon-dollar
Post Office Box It*
Record of Polk -
Florida: IMP or put thereat recorded In roll P Soerb PlarMa MI or before the Sth lor the hat time, and Alaoama. started (ant yearUoyooU new di.trirta being Integrated study of potential. new sites far<

:I...rud'd.-' : to the hiekeet awl the Circe Office Court ol lb.In and Clerk Ice ol Pork the 8TRAUOHN, SfURlT'. A day ef July 1 *4. to the. PtahMlffeCemphUnt Some of the meet. perprMin of Integrated. ichuol In voluntarily bringing to about an Inter< tilT herein' filed otherwte
raeh at fteuth I.ftW the number of Negroes In
Front Door of fits Patk Colmtlt'uurihoasr ) Couetty, Florida m Plat Book KAUVJRIWS. Ally desvee pro renfeaan will be entered administrative problems. are antietpated Mann Aunty expected to wid which would replace the pro
b 1, Pace 101 more fully de- SB Masnolla. Avenue in Georgia and South .n white schools, Panama On
In Barlow. Ptorlda. ftfjMi jeauvrTWVW ant lock r..alla ;
t..een 11 00 a m and 1tO 1.m. as teethed Northeaat a* "' ':.'.: ..r-.t1 Winter Haven. "... my hand and officialseal Carolina two states that have ARKANSAS Troubles like TIANrhhEE:! : Trsnetttenmovinii Energy Con
June IS, 1K4 the May a. S. June I.2, IM4 I set the led ape nf June I S4ni of them Atom
D H SLOAN JR. Tract U run tbence South I .- Barlow Pelk Counlv PlorMa quietly embarked on detefre. they that hit Central High at smoothly Into addition missioner Glenn Seaborg, toll!
ol paid _
Gal Urn .
Clerk ClrcJt Court8UMMFR1IN aeMkS Tract the U a dlelance ol lUG N TUB T. :Creditor.IM roiNtv Jtixirit4OIBT : /./ D H BLOAN ..ntClPrtlnlC"Iltt'ourt Ration plant In Atlanta and little Rock In IMT are all but al districts a committee that construct!. a

A CONNOR feet thence North kfM' West IN AND roD POLk lime I U If SS 1SH4 Charleston schools an expert forgotten, TKXAS-By September about coats would be only a faction!
MO Avrnu B. NW
dleUSM ol ..M feet thence 'NTV > :MMW Sfgroes will be in formerly .
M Inter Haven,, Florida a .. and rot ru miDA MIG receive heavy enrollments eaORGlAAtI.nll: stsirklep of conventional oosti if nuclear
South OHHOS Baat ana1Nl IN RE!: ESTATE: OP NOTICE1dtw I .
lime I 5 H64NOTirt _ with the Weal line ol the MAY IRONS I I. hereby glean that theundentsBed of Negro children, under the plan reaches this year's iradu. thite schools All priocipal I blasting !became practical.

CS of paid Tract U a dltaace Deceaaed In lend to Ref later wit* timetable of gradual Integration aim of liT elementary schools, iius are now Integrated,
; OF APPLICATION of SIS,H Mot to the Pointof To All Creditor and Peraon. Hav. the Clerk of the Circuit Court ofPelk Khedutei far H \lrglhlt Crisis point la
them eligible
loll rRAMHUK beg s1s. continue thence' Claim Demand Florida Ih ftotNlou nuking
Inc or Again County ,
Prince '
Edward: the ikKin
Notice that THI= South 0'01'96" East a dlataaceol Bald Eatate: name of Dlveratfled ConaulUnu. The legal battle over the ao high srhtN>ls. Oklumbus. Albany County where Roy Rogers earned I i a

LAKE SIbkgo COMMUNITY n IS feet thence South lit. You and path : :ber.hlsctlfted under which they Intend te carryon called aUirstep plani of gradual Mscon and Savannah r'|)(ct private schools hays opt'r.I.d'five of the CmfcojH b>' O'u
LEAGUE; of Winter Ha (4 But a distance ol 10J Mleet to. I0. ; d buelneea, each. of the u....- Yl'lfm..nl of avofd In mere than BO film
fen. Florida hu filed IU peUUoi thence North 0.01'01" claim and demand which > uhav stood. having s* equal Interest transition will be up In the air nil difficulties
with Ihe Board of County Commiemonen West and parallel with the Wed aiannat the acute of Mal therein still with the coming of September Kt\iTt''KY-Sl'h'lOl::'\ ing Intrtrslb9. The SupremeCour tint of which wa "Undc, Well

tit Polk iounty Florid, and line ol the EH ol Mid TractU Iron. -.. tn the office of Richard J ArmltaceRohan The t' S Court virtually dead I.. hu ordered public rrn Skies "
Supreme is a
ha therein spilled for a franchIMcrantln a distance ol Tt at feet Richard A Bronaon, County Jud(, W McBlroy: aatiin schiHih
said petitioner th. rtghiU thence North WM Want a dl. at his, office In the Court Houae at May IS, SS. X. June I, ISS4 hss sent back to a district fed .IIP fl'-opf'n..J.

.. collect remote and dlipoee of lance of m H feet to the'Point Bartow Florida, within six calei -_._-- ---
garbage and watte In the fallow' of Beglnnlncat dar muslin from May 23.: 1K4,
till deerrlbed area In Polk County. public eale to the highest and which la the date of the tint pub
Florida: beet bidder for tank at the South Itcattoa ol thla nolle. Bach clal nor
Beflnnln at the northeast eornrr Front Door of the Polk County demand. moot be In writing, moat
of Section I, Townahlp 21 Court houae In Bartow. Florida, between data the place of _Id....,. and OPEN TONIGHT 'TIL 8 FREE
South,, Range M Eat tbenci 11.00 m. and I 00 pm oa poet office addreea ol the claimantmuat P.M.
east alone the north boundary June U ItI6t. lie twora Wad muat be f li dan .
line of Section I, Mid towruhtp D. H. SWAN JR. aforeaald or elae ...... will .b. LOVING CUP /
and raw, a distance o Elf Clerk Circuit Court come tout P01t DAD
feel more or lope to the well BUMMERUN:- CONNOR EY.I,. Iron Lynn
bank of a canal running an- 144 Avenue B. NW Executrix alt. '
proximately north and scull Winter Haven Florida BTRAUOHN 8HARIT AKAWORIDII FREE 'til 7
(.ram Lake Rhlpp for point olbeginning June I. 1M4 .tt,.. Saturday p.mA.r
thence north along ---- -- -- ----- S5S Me.nalU. Avenue
bank of Mid canal U "..
the wen Winter Haven Gift 000f
water Mgr of Lake Wilpp, 41 IMCIAL InEtII?. '' tI' May U 11 June i. IS. 14 J
thence ....t.rl' along the short
of Lake Shlpp to a Bolnl! when t'gANCItY NOTICE Or I1TKWTIOM: TO ", or.. .wc
ahorellnr of Mid lake Inter- IN MAKE APPLICATION roll ape

Ihi eetta the= $E'the', ."wr.l f M!SK South boundary 4 of, Bwtkn Range: line 11TuwiuOilp M of. teee Ne Smith SUSS. UM s* Fg.Plaintiff f .. MlAlvm KB:FINAL JOHN ESTATE DUMHABGEIN H.: OF WOLF ',R. fher''. : J): S U ..df ) .Juo' ;2:1f: : - ", uAD

East thenci south along Mid DeroatrlTe
weal boundary line of the BE t Hon U Smith AU "he e II May reweraNotice :,
of BE'. In Mid Section 11 to the Defendant I* hereby even that I hav
eouthweat corner of Mid BE1* NOTICE; or sin filed my final "report a* Eierutrllof
continuing THE STATE: or FLORIDA TO: of John H Wall, de OVER 2000
of BE. thence the estate PAIR
aouth along the west boundary Koala L. Smith. ceaaed: that I have filed, my pet!
of the NE.,. of the NE'! Set- Reetdence. Vnanowa lion. for final dlerharRa. and that TR 0 PI CAL S LA CKS
lien I, Township It South You are hereby notified that filed a I will apply to lb. Hon. HlchardA
Mange 24 tart to the aouthv/eet all for divorce baa been Bronaoe County Judge of Hulk
corner of Mid NE', of MCi agaUat 'Oila the above. entitledcauM Ctountr, Florida ,on lb. ISth day Famous Labels-Known Brands
thence east along the south and that you are hereby >f June. 1IW4 for approval of the
boundary 01 the Mid NEW of required to verve a copy of your aame and for final dlacharre aaExecutrli
NEV a distance of UKI: feet answer or other wrlttea defence. of the .. of John H
bank upon J. Julian Binnett .plaintiff. ,
more or teae to the west Gulf, dereaaed I
mentioned. attorney, whom addreae I* Ml Vt- of 1S 4 -
canal May
of the Mine Thin IRk day
above, thence, north alone. the mar Bldg Winter Haven, Florida France I. Wulf e FINEST BLENDS
on or b.foro the 2Sih day of June
Meet bank of Mid canal to Kieculrtx of the eatate
A.D., ISS4 or Immediately then-
point of beginning; after la file with the Clerk ol theabove of John H Wulf ALL
It la the Intention of The LiteBhlup ol Dereaaed3TRAUOHN SIZES 28 to 52
styled Court the ervglnal
Heights Community Uague BHARIT A
said answer or Mid wmun de.fenaee
to present Its application for Iran. KAUXJKIDI8 Atty
chlae at the regular meeting of U any, Bft Magnolia Ave SW WASH-N-WEAR
do decree
If you tall to ao proronleaae
the' Board of County CommlMtoneraof Inter Haven, Fie.
Polk. County Florida, on the will he entered agalnat May a 2t, June >. U 1144KOTirn
.3rd day of June, 19S4Dated you for the relief demanded In _ SEVERAL HINDS INCLUDING . .
thla lit day of June IW4at the complaint : OF INtENTIIIY TO
win.reARON L. HICKIrmrni seal of office at Bartow, Polk FINAL IIIMHAHUB"
County. Florida, thla Uth day of IN RE: ESTATE OF I' f'' 55DACRON POLYESTER 45V. WORSTED
>> ,tor. May, AD W4 W H $
D. SLOAN. JR. ANDERSONDerenaed ..1' '
ROBBY atLawPtf Clerk Circuit Court Te All When) II May (......., if ; CONTINENTAL STYLES
Atty ,
By Juanlte '
Bbim, NtMloe In hereby. awn thai w
Winter Haw-n'Tl v IUUANt.WNg; Nave filed our final rrunrt ae Er i
June I. 11 1M4 J .colon ..f the eatate ol W It. An-
at Law .boson deeeaaed, that a.' ha>.'
:Ml Vlmar Building Sled our petnion lor Inal die.har .
Winter Haven. Florida and that we will apply I.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THeTENTH : May li, 12. a. June i, 1S44 Ih.: Hun.e Richard A Br..nai.n C..,.11y 598'
: SinuiAL < iH( irr nAM t Judite ef Polk i lounly J,..rMeMI .
lob POLK (Ill NTV. 111 THE: 'UW'I'IT COIBT Or TNt: the Ittk ayofJune194. I r", $111
M.OHIIM IN IMMKIY TS.K-IH; JIVICIAL tUMirt t*' approval of the same and f," fn alItarharse
C... N. SIITSfleSttUI AMU rUM MLB CViNTf' .. E.u: .uton ..! It..
>OK< KJOSFPII tU>BJUA IN IMANIEBKAdeellen : ..late of W, H. Andereon deceee,
BRADY CROFT. Pr eaMiaa.tam Thla lltk ISS4
Plaintiff : Me.' SUM-ee-li* W, H.And.... JrJ ,
Defendant HU WIFE;. FUR THr.ADOPTION : Eiecutora of the rude
NOTICE' TO nrnvn OF A MINOR of W, H. AnderaMITRAUGHN4bHAR $151
Ethel, lien Croft FOB ADOrilON T 4
%" Jobs Taylor TO Shelby Dean Ha,.. ALonRJDU Ally. 898
Rt 4, Eon 301London Whereabouts unknown M Mas-nolla Avenue
KentuckyYou YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED Winter Haven, "..
are hereby notified that a that a Petition for Adoption has Hay U ilS June I. 12, lt 4107M | $171
suit for divorce haa been filed been filed In the Circuit Court Bartow --' \ ,
...In.1 you In the above entitled Florida te adopt William Arthur eTorllTrMTUKI Tt/ \ I
cauae and that you are hereby Hare*, a minor, by Jame MARK: Arrtic'*TIOI ma FINAL:
required to ...n. a copy of your Arthur Wlndham. kilned by tale DIS4 HAB4IBIN 9u
sneer or other written drtenee wife. Louie Poyner Wlndham. Petitioner RE: ESTATE OFHELEN WASH-N-WIA
upon Walter 0 Hetl plaintiff attorney *. and you are required to 1NOERSOLLDeeeaeed' 9
........ adtreaa la JIB Van cowl a copy ol your aaawer or objection
Skiver Building, Winter Haven Florida and te show saute why oath ro ALL WHOM IT MAY CON WALK SHORTS 12 Pair $19
on or before the )'th day of Petition should not be granted. e* irtutNotice
June 164 and before or Immedlately Petitioner attorney Walter U I* hereby give that ape
thereafter with the Bell I, Ill Van Skiver Building, Winter .ave filed our final report a* E.e. '
Clerk of the .atool.d:: Court the Haven, Florida, and file the uton of Ik ."' .,. of Helen luce* 6$ % Daeren Polysiter3S
original of Mid anawer or written original In the office ol he Clerk .mil, deeeaaed that we have filed % Cotton Blends 99 THESE SLACK VALUES All AISOLUTIU THE rINISTI
defenere. If any of the Circuit Count. Bartow Florida. wr petition for final dladla,.",, W
If you fall to du ao Decree pm on or before the llth day of ind that we will apply! to the H.*. Solids, Plaid's, Tailored and finlined with the i 0"" detsilinq

Pnnfeno will be entered agalnat June HtHEREIN tk-hard A Bronaon County Jud" t Baby Cord PlmeyAtioHod found, In higher priced' ilacsi
relief" demanded tn the"wrniMM FAIL NOT, or a Decree f Pelk County Florida on t1 to 3.99
y''moor pro Confeeeo will be entered agalnatyou ink day of June, 1SS4, for appr v- Colon SOME
my hand and official and the relief prayed fur In .1 1 of the aame and lor final dieharfe "RECUFFID FREE ALTERATIONS
oral of office at Barlow Polk County Petitioner Petition will be grant a* Eieculon: of the **..te
Florida thin flat day of May, g4 .4 Helen Inseraoll. deceaaed
1M4. WITNESS: my .head and teal ofthe This 2Sth day ef May 154 ti.
D H. SLOAN, JR Circuit Court m Barlow, ".. John W Owe DESIGN COLLECTIONS
Clerk Circuit Court rlda. this IJih dael Ma1S44 W J TouehleejKiecuUr ,
Doratky Bun D a SLOANR of the. retail
I>.aa y Clerk Clerk Circuit Oman at Helen InfereoU.

May' a M, Jvne 1. 1M4 May 11. B. 21. June I. ISM May It.: li meA If. II 1S44 SHORT SLEEVE SPORT SHIRTS,


/ : 2500 IN GROUP L-,1

the trendin tat cIl p ('tt141

Gulf front $ '

299 2For S 1 ,, .

Living 4 .

5400 GULF DRIVEANNA 3' 99 2 For $7 , ci I




Condominium ownership ; PATTERNS '
V*!*. STAYS.

One and two-bedroom apartment BUTTON DOWN COLLAR ,r' ,1

Fine pool TAPERED BODY \

Low mavntenance end good frneneing SHIRT JACK STYLESFndey rr

a One block te chopping j dad medical

center, ,uhf d.b.nd. marina *,

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Lake Alfred Fruit Receipts Dear Ahby . .

Has Graduation N y Drop [During End The "Dream" illM.

Of 9th' GradersGregory Past WeekCannery Abigail Van Huron

0lusczak. ion of receipts of citrus\ DEAR ABBY: Please try to help I me I am say p d. Be patient Beys can always tell
Mr. and Mrs Toe Oluiciak, for the week ending yesterday worried sick husband We've bean when they are being chased, and they dill
was valedictorian of Lake Alfred totaled 888.887 boxes, down married 11 yean aadD1f... three children He prefer U de the charing.
Junior High School, and was never graduated from high school but he a
about of mil. e
three-quarters e
Unda Patrick daughter( of a is smart He's nice looking, too Abby we don'thave
Mr. and Mrs Maurice Patrick lion boxes from the week be. a cent In the bank. We just barely! keep DEAR ABBY. I married a man who was
salutatorian, fore as the season neared Us up with the bills. He says he has life insuranceand married before His first wife died. My husband -
was held rI some other policies, but I've never seen keep picture of his .late wife on hn
The ninth graders a end.According to the Division of them. He claims they are locked up in his boss' bureau When I get up In the morning, this
party Wednesday evening In Fruit and Vegetable safe. I would like to have a look at them. picture Is the first thine I see and It depresses
Lake Alfred City Hall. The Also, he has never filed any income tax, State me for the rest of the day I have two children
graduating clan numbered 60 Los, the cannery totals were or Federal That is what worries me the meet by this marriage and they wonder why they
pupili. who will enter Winter 61.905 boxes of grapefruit and I love him very much, and know that he can't don't see my picture on their Daddy bureau.
Haven Senior High School in 803,962 boxes of oranges The go on Theechildrewathout Betting caught Then Should I suggest to my husband that he move
September. I week before total receipts what* I need him. Can you the picture down to his office' If not what
awards were 1,654,085 boxes tell me what to do should I do* Please put this in your column
Others receiving
I know other people with the same problem"DEPRESSED'.
presented by principal, Martin The aeason'i cannery totals WORRIED SICK

E. Williamson were: American for period ending Mondaywere .

Legion Awards based on grapefruit 11.622,831, orangei DEAR WORRIED: Collar your dreamer
scholarship and citizenship, 43,923,386. tangerines 1.- and tell him thai \If be turns himself In. he will DEAR DEPRESSED: The chances are
Ruth Mlncey, daughter of Mr 132.849. be liven the opportunity to pay what be ewes your husband is not even aware that his late

and Mrs. W. Q Mincey, and Totals for the corresponding oa time plus penalties, and the authorities wife's picture Is on his bureau. Remove It. If
will he much lenient with him than If
: more he misses It and Inquires, tell him candidly
Gregory Stewart son of Mrs period last season: grapefruit they are forced U charge him with a crime. that It "depressed" you, and suggest that he
Ralph Stewart Runnersupwere 16,100.062 oranges 62.376,308. And lei him know that If he tonal act within lake It0 his office.CONFIDENTIAL .
Carol Sue Hendrickson, tangerines 400,032. one week, you will art for him
daughter of Mr. and Mrs Fruit shipments for the C e .
Rudolph Hendrickson and week ending yesterday totaled TO GORDO: If a maneaa'l
WIN HONOR! AT LAKE ALFRED GRADUATION .. These ninth grade students old and havea
won DEAR 15
Gregory Olusctak 109,411 boxes compared with ABBY I am years break 90. he has no butlnes on a golf
The Daughters of American academic honors and other award at Lake Alfred Junior High chool, From left' i.a thy HarlelL last week. etblifr -a boy Can you tell me how to course. If he break. 80, he probably has nobusiness.
Revolution award based on Carol Hendrickson, Ruth Mincey, Linda Patrick, Johnny f hockley, Greg ';tewart and Greg 163.085 attention without being loud? He likes .
Olusczak. This week's shipment totals girls for friends but not for girl I friends I have
citizenship, went to Cathy were,: grapefruit 25,649, oranges liked him for a long time but he never Get it
off chest. For
of Mr. and king your a personal, unpublished
daughter 83,762. any attention to me so I tried to quit
Mrs Warren Harrell, and The season's shipment totals him, but I can't. I think if I can get his attention reply, write to ABBY, Box 69700,

Johnny and Mrs Schockley.B. C Shockley.son of Mr Record Class Gets Diplomas At Mayo... Hall for :period grapefruit ending 12.723,683 Mondaywere oranges any clever I might ideas have a chance. Do you have Los telf-addressed Angeles, Calif.envelope.90069. Enclose a stamped,

(Continued From Page One) Beverly Sharon Sparrow Rhon- Ann Downing, Bobby Clayton 6,842.185, tangerines 2- LIKES HIM eel.

Plans cd chorus, began playing da Kay Witt. Downs, Roger Alan Dulmage, 141,353, temples 1,042,227, tangelos For Abby's booklet, "How To Have A Love-
Hospital "Pomp and Circumstance" by Those graduating with honors Linda Sue Duncan, KatherineAnn 501,863, murcotts 117- DEAR UKES: When a boy Is ready to likea ly Wedding," send 50 cents to Abby Box 69700,

(Continued From Page One) Elger, on the organ and the are: Duncanson Doug Edward girl for a girl friend, you won't have to try Los Angeles, Calif. 90069.
graduates filed In the audits Linda Manila Apple, Janice Durden Patricia Ann Durrence, to gel his attention. If he bat ready and yon

for delivery suites and nurseries rium in two double 111I... Carolyn Arthur, Victor John Kathleen Ann Eddy, Trudy Ann 393.USDA succeed IB getting kit attention II won't do you o McNiught Syndic.!., In. .1464
The girls were dressed In Brook, Jr., Peggy Marie Coul- Edel. Office Is

The fourth floor will include white caps and gowns and carried ter, James Thelbert Cox Mar Marie Elsenschenk, Donald

complete mental health facilit bouquits of red roses, tha Sue Crowell sherry Joy Monroe Elkins, Alan Eugene Closed HereThe Area DeathCARL

ies. "This has priority No. 1 and the boys were dressed in Curtis, Mary Allison Dllg Elliott, Jimmie Frank Elliott, Perishable Agriculture Mrs. Mabel Gill L. Grantham
with the United States Health Cbarlis Edward Dry Jr., Linda
blue and II.
caps gowns.The Patricia Ann Ellis, Phillip Commodities Act regional office
Service Arnold said. This Ann Everage, Annette Ellen
audience and the graduates Norrli Elswick. KIERCE
Ellis, George in Winter Haven has been
facility will Include four seclusion remained standing for the Field Cleta Ann Fowler, Patricia Wilbur Gunter Enns, Jr., Thomas closed the U S. Departmentof Dies At 82 Carl Kierce 65, of First St., Dies At 66
rooms.The Annette GUI Glenda DIanne -
fifth floor will have all advance of the colors and the Grist Clare Epperson, Dean Eu- Agriculture announced.The Age Eloise died Thursday night at
invocation, which was given by banks, Sandra Lee Fanning work of this office will Winter Haven Hospital after a
facilities and Edward
new laboratory Cheryl Ann Huneycutt -
Rosalind Hendrickson Philip Ralph Farmella, Fran be handled by the Washingtonstaff. brief illness Maxwell Lee Grantham, 66,
an intensive care area. Tommy Kirk, president of the Randall Jewett Barbara ces Marie Farrer, Roberta Ann The office was in chargeof Mrs. Mabel M. GUI, 82, of A native of Pclham, Ga., he of 3333 Ave. Q NW, died at
The sixth floor will be for Lynn Jones Sally Ann
Henley :
class 21st. St., SW, died this
graduating extended a Fell J. W. Branch who has came to Winter Haven in 1924 the Winter Haven Hospital this
chronic long term care. Patricia Louise Higgins, Lola re
The top two floors will Just welcome to those present, Burr Johnson Katharine Ann Steven Joseph File, Paul tired. morning after a long( illness.A from there with his family lie morning after a brief illness
native of
be shelled in for the present The theme of the service Keith Ronnie Gale Klnsey David Fisher Bruce Reed Flan- she came to Lamertine Winter Haven, Pa., had been employed in the citrus He was a native of Mayo

time. They have a potential of was taken from two lines in Fayette Laleeta Lawless, Linda agan, Doris Helen Ford, William with her husband the late industry and grove work and moved to Winter Haven

88 additional beds Arnold said the Alma Mater, "Or some Frances Lockhart Sherry Robert Forlaw, Jr., Allan Plaque Rites William H. Gill, in,1912. They for many years. lie attendedthe from there in 1919. He was a

The present buildings will worthy task. Enter to learn tlayne Marrell Richard Wayne Richard Forsyth, II, Ronnie owned and operated the Gill Baptist church. retired citrus worker, and attended .
house the business offices go forth to serve . ." Meldrlnghaus, Truman Clark Norman Fowler, Sara Frantz, Paint He is survived by his widow, the West Winter Haven
Store here
storeroom, doctors' library, Short talks taken from those Pewltt. Galy J. Frledmeyer Mary over Mrs Anne Belle Kierce of Eloise Church of God.

new kitchen and dining area lines were given by three of Jo Ann Proctor, John Casper Gladys Friesner, Patricia Ann Set At BartowThe yearn She was one of the first ; two daughters, Mrs He Is survived by his widow.

plus the present surgical area, the class' top honor students Schwarz Vera Alene Stamey, Gatlin Friedrich Walter Gesell members of the First Methodist Helen Scott of Auburndale, and Mrs Daphney Adel Granthamof
pediatrics area, and convales- Harry Hartley opened with a William Clark Still, Jr., Susan Charles Andrew Giles, Sandra Mrs Judy Pearson of Winter Winter Haven; a daughter,
cent Bartow Memorial Hospital Church, now known as Haven; one David Kierce
wing Jane Stone, Daniel William Ted Marie Giles June Eileen Gillesple son
short address on "Worthy the Mrs Helen Lucille Woodard of
Beymer Memorial Methodist
80m. departments In the der, Susan Call Tetreault, Delois Faye Goff. Shar will formally dedicate a of Winter Haven; four sisters,
present building will be shifted Task followed by Judy Marilyn Estelle Tlndle, Frank plaque In honor of donors at Church. Mrs. Beatrice Cox, Mrs Lou Winter Haven; three sons,
Blair Graham
Anne -
on Hope ,
Smith "Enter To Learn, and She is William and Robert Granthamof
ceremonies afternoon survived by one
Sunday Alice Barlow both of
and)remodeled and the bed Harrison Vaughn Martha Ann James Donald Graham, Winter
Chad Gof.. "Go Forth to at 3:30: o'clock.Richard daughter, Mrs. Lilian Gill Winter Haven and Kenneth
capacity in this section will Wander James Christian; Ward?. Gilbert Kent Grill Sarah Ann Mrs. Bernice Barlow,
Serve.. C. Thompson, administrator Derry of Savannah, Ca. and Mrs Grantham of Wauchula"a/ sis
drop from 199 to 178 but the Shell Ann Wttherby Thomas Joan Alice Greene, Madline Cox, both of
totil.bed capacity will go up to Pat McIIale then tang "My Eugene Wurtel. Green. Ellen Grenert, Claudie announced plans Funeral services will be Lakeland, two brothers, Mur- ter, Mrs Cynthia,Cothron of
375. Task," accompanied' by Linda The other graduates are: Barbara JoAnna for the dedication.The held at 10:30: a.m. tomorrow dock ard Carroll, both of Win. Winter Haven; and six grand
The entire program Is pre- Lockhart. Jeanette Alma-Alice Adams, Artharlne bronze plaque will carry at the Crisp Funeral Home ter Haven; four grandchildren children.

dicated on available funds, Arnold The class was presented by Henry Lucius Adams, Joseph Mary Groves, Gayle Patricia the names of all whose gifts Chapel with the Rev Leo F. Services are incomplete and Funeral arrangements, In

said. A general fundraising C 11. Ortt, principal Randall Adams Larry Curtis Gunn, Jack Martin Halabrin.Norma made possible the construction King, pastor of Beymer Memorial will' \ be announced later by the charge of Laughlin Funeral -
Edward Hal,
drive this tall Is geared to Ortt reviewed the year In retrospect Adams Elanor Joyce Addison Gary and equipping of the hospital, Methodist Church, officiating. Crisp Funeral Home. Home, are incomplete and
Brenda Gail Hammond
raise half a million dollars. A and cited the many Kathleen Ruth Alcorn, Michael Sue Hales, Thompson said Burial will be MondayIn will be announced later
drive just completed among thewomen' accomplishments of the clan G..Alexander, George Gary Anderson Robert D. Knox, Penn. aloe
James Alan Anderson Lorraine Lois Hanley, Jennifer Mowrey, Dennis Edward Mullen Friends may call this evening .
auxiliary and the hospital supervising BankersContinued
Claude J. Ridley,
Ann Harper, David Wesley Bobby Joe
Steven Myrick
Mitchell Atchison, Car- Gary at the Crisp Funeral
staff went over the fundraising goal, principal, then presented leen Frances Backer, Robert Hsrrell, Albert Ray Harrelaon. Eugene Nelson, Cherylene Ann Home from 6 to 9 p.m. (Continued From Page One) ( From
as has every hospital the diplomas. Frank Jr., Ada Louise Hart, John Noack, Kathleen Page OneL
Bailey, William Randol Nor Montgomery, who: ( commanded
drive for the past dec- moved from cussed the idea of this Cham
Each graduate Bailey, Robert Wayne Baas Bruce Hartman. Thomas Franklin anbrock Barbara Gail Novak. Allied ground forces
ade. Ms row and across the frontof Hatcher, Percy Edward Delma Gail Jenkins To ber making good will tours to
If the federal public works Catherine Marie Baugh Jere O'Connor, David Get British, Canadian, Belgian,
other towns with a view toward
the auditorium In a certain dayman, Jr. Mary Susan Hays
la back Into Maclachlan Baxter Roger Dale Thomas Okula Stanley Mar. The Netherlands Norwegian
put operation
program by Pre.ldentJohnson, Arnold Incomparable air of dignity to Baxter Thomas Van Buren Larry Thomas Hendrick, Jerry vin Oliver. (Continued From Page One) government delegations were promoting an area wide

said, it will pay half of receive his long swalted-di- Beard, Earl Lee Bennett,James Wayne Mention, Wanda Sue Kinnie Elizabeth Owen, Laura mand, since 1961 Last November also taking part trade program The Tampa

the total cost If this does not ploma and then returned to hit Carl Bennett, Jr., Sharon Ann Henson, Marcia Janlne Hern- Arlene Owen William Charles Secretary of Defense Rob Veterans arriving at Omaha Chamber of Commerce was
original position. Bernard Jean Annette Bice, Patchen Donald Bruce Fattil- here recently on a similar pro
go through the hospital will be don.Judith ert S McNamara announcedthat and the other Invasion
dependent on the fund-raising After the last diploma had John Philip Blssett Raymond Faye hill Larry Henry lo, Durbin Richardson Pearson, General Adams would, in beaches found a changed scene gram.

drive and what grants It can been given to Its rightful owner Allen Dlssett Patricia Naomi lull Dorothy Yvonne Hodges Carolyn Gail Pllkenton, Joseph addition to his duties as com from the one they knew 20 The congressional action

gel the entire class remained Bixenman, Clenda Rae Black, Sandra Lee Hogan, Robert Wilson Polk, Jerl Lynn Potts, mander in chief of the Strike years ago.Where committee made three recommendations

Arnold said the basement standing tint for the singingof Cheryl Dianne Blackburn, Judith Crook Hollmeyer. Martha Jean John Anthony Price Rita Louise Command, become responsible they rememWmt the : to support the

first four floors could be finished the Alma Mater, then the Marjorie Blair, Joyce Hornsby, David Bruce Hosteller Pulver, Jerry Hugh Qualls for all U.S. defense acUvt- line of battle they found peaceful Kerr-Mills medical aid bill

and shell the top four for benediction by Mary Ann Or Annette Blaze. Jerry Lee Hrdlicka, Sidney Herbert Rogers Race Lillian ties In the Middle East, South French shores. rather than the new medicarebill

$3." million. This may be born, and finally the retiringof Robert William Dock Rosemary Eudon Hughes, Charles Daniel Drucilla Rains, Linda Claudette ern Asia, including India and The rusted guns the burnedout ; and to oppose the admin

necessary If funds aren't avail the colors. Boone, JOAnn Voncell Humbert, Gloria Jean Hunt Ray Carol Margaret Rayno, Pakistan, and Africa south of trucks and tanks, the istration's Applachla and antipoverty -
able The graduates manned out Boswell Cheryl Ann Boucher Diana Josephine Jahn. William Franklin Delano Reese, Char. the Sahara. barbed wire and the concrete bills, and oppose the
Some of the grants have a of the auditorium with the Barbara Elayne Boyd, Sylvia Thomas Jensen, Ernest Fill. lea Emory Riser, Ronald Lamar fortifications on which thou- Douglas credit control bill,
A native of Jenkins
deadline of next June Arnold same dignity to Walker's playing Bison Braddy, Beverly Lynn more Jessee Rizer. Georgia, lands of their buddies gave known at the "truth in lending
said so construction must start of "Triumphal March." Brannen Erie Draw, Robert Amos (Harrison Johnson. Mel- Sharon Lee Riser Richard organized the Publix Markets their lives 20 years ago have bill."
by then. After that, he said, exerciseswere Cornelius Branson, Ronald vin Henry Johnson. John Paul Andrew Roberson. Linda Marilyn chain opening the first store long since disappeared.
Marshals for the Eugene Braxton,James William In Winter Haven In 1930. He Here are the 1 closingi
it should take 18 to 24 monthsto and Jones Willie Ray Jones Donald Robertson, Peggy Robinson But the memorials and p.m.
finish the building James Bridges I Albert Richard Richard Junk, Joanne Louise Phyllis Sue Rollins, Roger opened the first Publix super of thousands of on Florida stocks as reportedby
Dan Griffin was In charge Jerry Hill. Ushers Included B r 1111 t wen, May Elizabeth Kempf Janet Patricia market in 1940. The chain now glistening write Francis I. duPont and Co.
of yesterday's program and introduced Mike Alderman, Ronnie Booth, Brut, Jimmy Carrol Brooks, Kennedy, Alan Sanderson. David Lawrence consists of 101 super markets crosses in war cemeteries that Air Control 224
Joseph Robert
Kennedy Schutt, Dorothy Bell Lee dot Normandy reminded them
Kenny Bush Jimmy Evans, Alvln Glenn Broom. Electric
the guest in Florida, with headquarters Tampa : 24%
Griffith Thomas Keramldas. Roy e Scott, Zella Rosa Scott, Edna that this is hallowed countryside
Walter Cesell, exchange student Dennis Frailer, Danny Charlotte Brown, RoaemaryJaae in Lakeland Florida Telephone 27Vfc
Thomas Kirk Jr. Donna Marguerite
from Austria who was Louis Kendrick, Joe Grown, Donald Lee BrownIng Lynn Seay, James George Sel- Plant Industries 2ViOrff .
sponsored by the Rotary Club, Mathls. Bob Musselwblte, Jim Thomas George Brown- Kirtley, Eugene Earl let, Mary Nell Shaw, Diane
told the Rotarians that he could Muuelwhite, Paul Myers. Eric yard, James Richard Bryan. Krick, Melvin Ray Lancaster Julie Shotton. Jeffrey Norman Jail Break

never repay them fpr the experience Olsen, Rick Renardson Wayne Jerbble Lavon Bryan, Stewart Linda Sue Lanier Linda Gay ShulU, William Robert Silvey,
he had gained here. Rubinaa, Gary Runnels, Squire Thomas Bryan Jr., Jo Ann Lanning. Gary Thomas Simpson Peter (Continued From Page One)

He was given an Inscribed pn Smith Tom Steele, and Mike Bung John Wesley Burr, Jr., Julian LaFrancis Lataeter. Dean Slocum, James Martin glass He blasted through a
James John Carlton Pamela Jr., Gall Elaine Lawhorn Char- Small
and pencil set from the club glass door In Winter Haven
along with the request"writ..and the commencement. Sue Carnes, Carl Wayne Carroll lea V. Lawrence Robert A Lee Donna Phyllis Smith, Martin Gently Jailer Cumbie said re

let us know you got home Following social hour and a Judy Ann Carter, Roy Sherron Gail Lewis, Elaine Lillian Leonard Smith Jr., Jessie Lamar It was the second Jailbreak
safely. a Laurence Carter, Alvin George Lincoln, Wanda Jean Livingston Smoak, Emily Elizabeth
held for the grade attempt at the jail in three
dance was
Powell Oil gave the award Cash Dona Anne Lock Tim Michele Smytbe Richard Raymond days Tuesday
another Inmate
wining "Notes and Comments," ates.The Beverly Kay Catrett John othy Dwight Long, Myrna J Stebbms, James Henry had cut through cell door and "
the club's spoken bulletin lie seniors graduating with Philip Chambers Doris Darlene Lord, Larry Gene Lovell, Mor Swift, Barbara Jane Swindell was a \
noted that the club gave a plaque highest honors are as follows: Chisholm, Patty Jean rli Sandlin Luther, Gordon Dennis Bradley John Talley Judith and wriggling out when spotted

to Interact Club member Chad Barbera Bond, Marvin GartenBurdelte Clary, Charlotte Ann Cleven- MacCalla, Donna Lee Mahaffty Evon Tapley, Carol Sue Taylor cell. forced back into his

Goff. Jr., Charles Austin ger, Sara Jo Coates, Betty Patricia Ann Main Linda Eva Mae Taylor Glenn Al- A

Willard Fredrick was called Cuff Harry H. Hartley, Rosalind Elaine Coburn, Bobby Wayne JoAnn Mallory Susan Jane den Thompson, La Rue Mae

on to announce the memberswho Ann Hendrickson. sally Coburn John Charles Cochran Mannix AmParo Concepcion Thompson, Robert Alexander

had celebrated birthdaysthe Dean Hoenshel Hollan Frederick Linda Faye Colbert, Richard Maresma, Judith Ellen Marsh, Thompson C L. Thorntull, Er- PLASTERED PATCHWORK
past week The first was Kelber Patricia Anne WUson Cole, Bobby DanlelCol- Donna Lee Marshall. Nettie ma Jean TbornhiU. NEW ORLEANS (UPI) A

Arthur Harris, his son-in-law, McHale. vtn, David Melton Conerly Ruth Massey Pamela Carolyn Sandra Ann Tomlin, Ronald Judge fined Seaman JesephBlai.o
and the only other birthday was Margaret Randall Norman, William Connor Herman Gay Massey Edward Tucker Dana Sheryl ; $10 Thursday (or assaulting 1

the Rev. Robert Hamilton the Wary Ann Dehorn, Patricia Ins Cordle, Thomas Earl Cos- Jimmy Mason Mayse Diana Turnquiit, Patricia Faye Tyler. a shipmate with a needle

minister who married Harris Elaine Patterson, Iris Maine tello. Jean McComie. Peggy LtvelleMcCullough. William Jack TyndaU Vickie Jo and thread

and Fredrick's daughter ShIrah, Haiti Judy Smith Betty Jean Coi,June Lutrlcl. Cynthia Lee Me Vail. Philip Porter Vineyard, Police arrested Blaxio 41, for
Cox Mildred Eloise Creel badly botching an attempt to
Donald Michele Anne McDuff, Evelyn Jean Wagner, Orrin \
I Nancy Lee Culpepper, Donald Helena sew up a cut under Harry Bod-
Robert Mclaughlin Millard Walker II,

CHURCH of CHRIST Ann Cuthlll Cunnea, Ir. James John Ferguson Franklin Virgil H. McLeod. Connie Edwina Walkowiak Guy Tracy Wallace. thread junski s Both chin men with were No 4 drunk white, S .DRIVE CAREFULLY

Dale, Dorothy Elisabeth Daniel McNutt, Dan E McQuar William Robert Wallinglord. police said.
I IN EAGLE LAKE Martha Jo Davidson DouglasNelson ry. Diana Lavada McQuarry Alice Marie Ward Larry Walter
Day Jr., Cheryl Elaine Alan Ken McVkker Paul I Ware, Lana Scott Webb. tc McDonald's.w

Salutes You Romans : 16:16 Day buff, Ettert Wayne Deck Ed ward1 Merrill Siegfried Klaus Linda lieu. Welborn. Barbara

Kitty Sue Dees Patricia Anne Meyer Catherine Miller Kathryn LH Wells Stt
L .. CHASTAIN, MINISTERJohn Delaaoy.. Harold Dean Delk. Coleenc Mince Wilbur Joseph Wells, Bonnie Challis Marshall!

Would you like to know more 17. We would like to see Shut Margaret MeMott. Pa- Sheila Marie Mitchell George Rae West brook, Glenda Faye --. .,. .-- -. ...- ". ." -.
: - -
about the church here In Eagle this prayer answered, wouldn't Inca Dianne Dempsey, Ralph Edward Moore Geraune Faye White Linda Marie White. fat .n ,.., _ft... ... _-_

Lake? Here are some brief bets you0 Paul teaches thai there: can DIal, Jr Barbara Anne Dot,.. Moore. Franklin L Morgan Patsy Ann Whitfield, Rodney AUTO lUll .UII } -.--,-- : .=.;'::'':''::'.. -.:;

that will let you know why we be the unity for chic" Christ Elisabeth Ann Douberle' Sheila Donna Morissette Scott Wicker, Shirley Rose Wick liFE ... ",,' ::' .:.::-: =
teach and practice aa we do. prayed. (I Cor. M0.: 'his can Brenda Irene Dowllng, Shirley Alan Morris. William Daniel Strom. Timothy Jerome Wilbur I FE CiKiJ- : ..- _-'d----_ - c- _ ...-..
The church here has no creed be had only by speaking same Judy Darlene Williams, Ann .-0- -
but Christ and binds no name on thing and being of the same rated a : Marie Wilson. Charles Wayne lesur.ass INS91ANLl +
Its members butChrist'a.(AOis and Judgement. We.win Chappy \ 1 tI'M'd' : !: Wilaun. Howard Carl Wilson. Needs .... tee "... ,.,.. ..nk.sMcDonald'Ssth

11:26.) We strive to worship Cod to have you ala pest 41 aay>ef I [ : \ : Mary Frances WlngfteU Brow. 2SI Magnet Avt S.W.

"In Spirit and In truth", aa our service. Come *MU.ead ... .. d. 1EMPERATUREIICHANGI : ant War""" Robert Wayne .
Jesus taught In John 4-23-24. if there is a question about our d. Wray Cad Marilyn Wright Ac..u hew (>.)>.... lash I V

We plead for the unity of all services feel free to ask and yon '''':',, .; [f;; ; Willie Robert Wright Ronald Phone 294.4256

believer as Jesus prayed tn will receive a eoert user rrptj ". .' HATIONAl' ;:' ' lkiMIM.D: ; )' t.,, .i' Eugene Wulft St eoo4 A.... 0 N.W. plant ? *. Hewn Ho olPete


DAILY NEWs-CH1EF, Friday. June 5, 1944 Pa** Senn



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Bethany Class InstallationMrs

: Paul Fletcher wn installed that the next meeting would be
as president of the in the faU.RefrelhmPDta.
Bethany Claw of Beymer Memorial were servedby
Methodist I Church, the following hostesses:
\ Monday evening, when the Mrs Ola Traynor Mrs M J.
group held Us final meeting Brown Mrs Pearl Wilkin

of the season. Mrs Irene Hundley and Mrs
Mra George Castecl conducted Jennie Cravener
Impressive InstalUtion -
Members present were Mesdames
for the following
ceremony P. C. Fletcher J. A.
I officers: Mrs. Effie Weber Dawson C. O. Swanson, Harry 11:1:1:
Mrs. Una lM.n.s OF '04 .. School
vice president G Brown L D. Wilkin Appearing In Ili-l I iu-sot'84 tonight at l luntor Hlfh
Smith recording secretary: Harry Alstaetter George H !I' this group of young dancers from the lavlor Murtln 0'>< Manes t Arts. In front Heidi>
Mrs. Ruth Haas and Mrs Una HfiuM. l.fl and Mary Both Freeman '..r''d' row, l left to right Lynn Fiaimtt Dawn Bather I
MH DAUt MILLER: bride-elect was honored this week with shower ajtviwby Smith music, Mrs II. Alstaetter. Casteel Mark Traynor J. S. and Lee ItoMit. Third row Kathy Marl Mrs Randall !$l >4vy. Pictured with her dunm the event, her mother, Mrs. Charles D. class secretary, Mrs. R. Huntley. Viola Moxin, R. E. include "Can Can", "Klwn.t", GUI" the ill.t, "Us svlphtrtt."
Miller, right and her nance's mother, Mrs. lichen! o. BushelL II Mitchell Mrs Alice Ward Weber, Florence Streeter. D.
R. Ellis K N Burt R. A. Evans

Bridal Shower For Miss MillerFloral teachers.Mrs. Bryan. Greenlee made E. T. Roux. Guy T SHtor, Arrivals Mr and Mrs P. M. Sweeney Mrs Myron MHIlgsa. and
City PanhellenicTo attractive miniature corsagesfor M C. Lawrence R N Has, New have lei to fftd the rammer children have left to Join Mr
officers and mem B E. Daniel Irene Hundley, it their hM In Connecticut Milligan In Puerto. Rico I
arrangements in the bara Elliott, Linda Tate, Cathy Hold Open the new class E. R. Atkinson L. II Brown !Mr ind Mr. Michael r They plan to returnIn whore he has been employedfor
of the
bride's chosen colors of blue and Nancy Connary Carol Lee bets Ward presented J. II Hays, Jennie (Cravener Marks are !the parents of a son October the put five months.
and white tastefully decorated Taylor, and Sandra Woodall. Meeting MondayThe Mrs Alice devotional on J. R Owtrandcr, W. M. McCuU born at 3'06 pin. yesterday In
the home of Mrs: Randall an inspirational (cheon R. H Mitchell and W. the Winter haven lto",c>ttal The
Spivey when she entertainedat Winter Haven City Pan The Praying Hands.Mrs F. Owena. bib weighed in at seven
a bridal shower honoring Past Chiefs hellenic Association will hold Fletcher annouft'pdAround pound iml one half ounce. !I" 9 f/.t tl.11.

Miss Dale Miller fiancee of an open meeting on Monday at
Thomas R BushtU Club Enjoys 7:30 p.m. at the Tampa Eloc The Town New form Nttlrl diapers Chiropractor ,

trio Leisure House. This announcement combine comfort lncres edabaorboncy announces ':'
Assisting Mrs. Spivey were Dinner PartyThe Is made by the and high'atvl*, the
Misses Barbara Elliott, Bun president Mrs. W. David Fullt Former Havenites Return manufacturer reports T h e change of addrati and opening; oi1f.r
nie Wilson and Nancy Con. Past Chiefs Club of the Mrs. Fultt stresses that all center third of the art.folded new offices atISSO
Pvthlan Sisters met Wednesday women who hold alumnae membership diaper t is woven to react dif-

nary night tit the home of Mrs J. in a National PanhclIcnic Mr. and Mrs. Bert \V i I Owen lia\ <' &'1'1 urlwct to then fin iil\ to wi hliiK than thiIIM Su hStr.. SE
A Daniels' on Lake Shipp for Conference sorority are if. ( tin diaper After nil -i iin l
During the. evening games a dinner party urged and invited to attend Winter Haven area after a absence of 28 years and it pile Itself in f<'rmms, 1 Leis I North, .1 CYf'>.', C.r4.M geed

were played with prizes being The spacious rooms were Plans will be discussed and. are building a home on Laic,c Pierce near Lake \Valon.MaJ the hour .glass shape that till Hour by appointment phon. CY J-1W
awarded to Mrs. N A. Elliott beautifully\ decorated for the formulated for (the annual Information hi,I" without bulking or bunch -
and Mrs. Denny Lais event with seasonal flowers party honoring all Mrs Owen may be remembered and Mrs. George E. Ine!
Delightful refreshments of Games were enjoyed duringthe college.bound freshmen worn as social reporter for Rlckles and children Sue and
cake, toasted nuts, mint and evening with prizes goingto en Mrs Bob Kingham vice the Old Winter Haven Chief Rick left Tuesday to reportto
punch were served the guests. Mrs, W. L. Miller Mrs Sam president and chairman of the during the days of'Pad" Lee their new station at Shaw
Fanning and Mrs. Jack Tison party announced at a board She also operated the Auto Air Force Base SC
meeting held this week that the Tag Agency and Driver's License
Those present were Mesdames A staff held
meeting was .
Those attending the party under the
date is 15 in theConference au- 1
party August
J. S. Huntley Buddy Ti.
D Wednesday at the Lake Ham.
were Mesdames Charles of the American Legion
Room of the Winter
5 Miller, Robert O. Bushell, number of Community PresbyterianChureb $
Haven City 11.11.Havaiian for a years 1 11.i
hoe Grade Rohde, E. L. Long, to complete plans for
Francis White, penny Leis, Mr. Owen was In the contracting
Sam Fanning, Mary Taylor
the Vacation Bible School
Glenn Hancock<< C. P. Wood ill, business For the past to .i .
Lawrence Brown. W. M
Ilamp- be held June (12 from ( a m
Howard Wilson, Mason Con LuauIs 20 years he was In the hard.
tin the hostesses J. A to Noon. Mrs Carlton Blasdell
nary, N. A, Elliott, N, A Elliott Daniels, Mrs Basil Daniels.Mrv ware business In Atlanta, Ga the Director of the school
and the Misses Janis Held By from which he recently retired
Jr. Bill McCleary and MraLPn expects about fifty children to of Winter Haven
Mrs. Owen 'taught in
Graham, Karen Rasoto Bar
( Hansen register the week
Theta Nus the Dekalh County, Ga, At
until the close of the week activities
schools she retired last
s an awards proar.mwm
r. Theta Nu Chapter of Beta year.Their daughter June, Mrs btt presented Friday eve ...
H.IU, Slums Phi Sorority enjoyedHawaiian } a .
Inky Jerry Kodatt Jr. is living with fling followed by the plcnlr .1v
l tfc* Ilk Luau recently at the the .
next morning 0? 5
aer home of Mr and Mr. C B. her family in Timpa Their I .
In ..r Ewell. The event computed thuchapter's son, Stephen, retires this 1 1 C
,..*. month from the U S Navy Mrs. James Mclver and .
""t M social season based with the rank of Chief Hospital daughter Allison are leaving
1 MW on the" theme "Around the Mate He and his wife have tomorrow for Blowing Rock

All World.Members and guests, drew made their home In Key West., Mclver N C. for plans the to summer attend classes Mrs. The Specialized Job Savings and Loan Astodattont
for number of and Intend
.. a years
.11, cd in
brightly colored floralpatterns at .
...... to make it their permanent Appalachian Teachers To)
of Hawaiian fashion,
lego in Boone N. C Allison
residence Both June and
were presented with leis and will spend month st STOP
Stephen attended local schoolsin I Camp WISHING
treated to punch nerved in
WIDer Haven before moving Yonahlassee In Blowing Rock
4.II coconuts to Jacksonville In 1041 Their daughter and sister.
Leslie, will Join them In two
Following the social hour on Carl Halllk, 931 Northeast weeks, and then go on to
the terrace the group enteredthe Fifteenth Street li among the Wake Forest College for a START FISHING
Ewell's living room which students whose outstanding month where she will attenda
had been transformed Into a academic records earned them speech clinic for high
Hawaiian paradise through the places on the desn's list for school students.
ingenious decoration of the the last quarter at the University .
hostris Mrs Ewell and Mrs of Cincinnati where he Is Mr. and Mrs. C. M, Ramsey
Doyle Gardner a student In the College of have arrived from their former

The buffet dinner served on Engineering home In Michigan and M
a low table green leaves Included barbecued Tony S..inson maintained a Winter Haven residents. .
' ribs. barbecued chops superior academic standing

, boiled shrimp with spicey sauce, throughout his freshman year Mr. id Mrs J. A. Lassller
Call CY 3-1620 For A Free fruit salads pineapple upside at Andrew College in Cuth- and Mr and Mrs A L Cheek
down cake and iced tea bert Ga and was one of the have as their
gueits their
Present were Mr and Mra. eighteen students receiving sn children Mr .
Cooling Survey Of Your HomeFEDDERS Richard Dennis. Mr. and Mrs honor award carrying a cash Lasslter of and Hope Mrs.well Robert VaCuttwnlztd 1I
.well Mr and Mrs Gardner, value of $100.
... ---O- l Mr and Mrs Kenneth Met .
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: .. .. ..- utcheon Mr and Mrs. C. B. Mr. and Mrs. Rill Chestnut -
tr .., ., Rodgers, Mr and Mrs. Ronald and children are leaving this
Johnston Miss Toni! Watkins weekend for a two weeks vacation < -
I Id the Smokey
and Rudy Beddingfieid.a trip to

Dennis' MscCslla, son of
Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Mat
Cilia, Is leaving this weekend -.ar
for two weeks at the
a Naval Training! Station at

Great Lakes,
Miss Amber Phelps, daughter .
of Mr. and Mrs Lamar t
Phelps. Is now recuperatingat

her home, after undergoing ---.
a toniltectomy at the Lakeland
General Hospital this I

ROOM AIR CONDITIONER week You don't |lust dream about a vacation, you take
Mr. and Mrs. lUy W Fdr
Thermostat controlled rest will leave Saturday for a one when you save regularly with our help. You'll
NOe two-week vacation at Panama
r find too that our earnings payable like
Quiet J-ipeed fan MONEY DOWNS - City Beach. ,

MASTER: JOtCt HERSCnEL clockwork, will take care of many extras that make
l-y../ warranty ELLSWORTHe DAML JR son oMr alllt Mrs Mrs. Uswk T. Ivey Is re
EASY PAY J II Damo of Lake Alfred. cuperstlng at her borne after travel a lot more fun. Perhaps It's time to stop In
Models ..aM.bU at It today cel.t>raltnf his third nndergoilng surgery in the ....... ell _....
4,00010 21.000 B T.U. birthday with a family party Winter Haven Hospital w rr..g t..sri.t./. ..- and become acquainted.
'- sees a/ace M bNaeyNI..s
as .. 5e u. ..",....

Fedders Prices $14000As # I I aura hr4r.d m a.wiI W s.srsw ..aftII

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Father's all typ9 of ./,- PAST1 s.aal Aaatteltyso

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far '. ar4.a. :. rAp Jewelry
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W:80*>.0h.a.m.-Sun.. Ralph ud Oneness or Aveeee JESUS N.School FeHh McAHMer M CHRWT, NW Attend The Church Of Your Choice WE8TWOOD]OW T Ii.a WNaey Lakelend And BAPTIST MlSgWNART Avenue, Pastor Bad 6

9:4S: a.m.-Siaa. SelMfJl
11:00 WonWp8OOp.ra.YPC
: '.10.- Sun.
: Meeting 11:00: 8.m.-Mor.ta8 Worship

7:00: p.._EvingeUttie Meet. LARRILEA THORNTON The Exchange i E. N. HUDSON CO. 6-45 8:00:: p.m.-Evening p.m.-Tr.laiaI Worship Union


Eagle Like FURNITURE CO. Winter Hivaa'i Final REALTOR Rev Robert 8U d4fer
Rev Brow, Pastor INSURANCE 11:00 a.m.-woraWp
Carnell :
t School 1ft fill,.. It Furniture a ..4ln| Carpet 11.to ZI! 10:00 a.m.-B. Seheel
:4$ a.m.-Sun. "Hma .! Quality Fn HrV DraaarlaaDwa :
11:00: a.m.-Morning WoreMp. LWFins. .U W. C..... REAL fJ; 8:00: p.m.-Metiwdiat Youth

1:00: p.m._EvangeUitle Serv. ash IhMt tM Aft. J. N.W.It' trCv wl Wlatw HOT** Of WINTER HAYINMW.WT ESTATE Fellowship
Tuea.: Plea CY 4-mi ... 7.00 p.m.-Wed., Choir practice
7'00 p.m.-Mid week service 1'A SOS fop Avt. N.W. 9JOJC. NEEDS.

7:30: p.m.-Sec. Thurs. of each

INWOOD BETIIEL A...., ScnrfcM ee she Chad month, Women's Society of
OF GOD Uckin' r
ASSEMBLY "Finq.r- Good"a Christian Service
The Rev William D. Lee ... of 7M Cfc..k. fUs wt 7:30 -Thurs. Prayer
.... .... 8Vtd : p.m.

IU .m.-Sun.Pastor School 2M-1M2 '....... h. / aA a BEYMER Meeting MEMORIAL

11:00 a.m.-Morning Worship i 4l METHODIST

6:30 p.m.-ChrUt Ambassadors '. No worries no responsibilities! A lot of us would .. TOO N. Lake Howard Drive

Service 7:00: p.m.-Evangelistic Serv. .a,. ..,_.tt_ ... gladly trade places with Wendy just to share that wonder- Rev. Leo F. :(ing, Pastor

Wed.: .. .. ... ful "joy of living" that children feel so often and adults ex 11 00 s.-Morning-Methodist Worship Youth
S.30 p.m.
7:00 p.m.-Prayer and Praise perlence BO rarely. Fellowship

Service 6th St., N.W. 294-2235 "But what is there to be happy about you may be thinking "Maybe Phone 2f 4-2f 8* 7 30 p.m.-Evening Worship

DUNDEE Wendy has no worries but / certainly have 1" Service T 30 p.m.-Wed.. Mid-WeeV
Highway (42R
.T. E. M. Davis Perhaps we forget that this world is in God's hands . and that, with The nursery will be open for

10:00: a.ra.-Sun. School God nothing is impossible. We wear ourselves out seeking human solutionsto PublLx Market all worship services.

11:00: a.m.-Ministry of Word Serv. The our problems when Divine help is always available if we will only ask ST. JOIIN'S METHODIST
7:30 p.m.-EVlDeU.Ue
Wed.: : iC Uh6IR 1 Family Try it. Try bringing your worries and doubts to God this Sunday in ( North Otto Cypress Gardens Roadat

7:30 Meeting QUEEN neighborhood Church. Hear God's and comfort for .t. 11I0",111' Cots Lake Roy
p.mv-Prsyer your promise of guidance .' {J Rev. William Tiffin Pastor
EAST SIDE NI Y4 MIK1s Drin-Ia all who will give their lives to him in childlike trust. And let the Holy Spiritfill )Jr "Wit. 8:45: a.m.-Worship Service

Dundee lllgkwiy, Lake RegfcmBab. 1 t IS _Dele your troubled heart with lasting joy. 13 \- i iheppine. 9:41: a.m.-Sunday School
Division 1 tsA 11:00: a.m.-Morning Worship
1rsr 7 ;
R. Paul Wood Pastor /' aNaun' 3:30: p.m.-Methodist Youth

10:00: a.m.-Sun. School Fellowship
11:00: a.m.-Morning Worship ELOISE METHODIST
1:30 p.m.-Youth Service: Rev Troy Hatmaker

7:30: p.m.-EvingelliUc Serv. Third Street
7:45: p.rn.-Thun. Mid-week STARPRESSPRINTING 10:00: a.m.-Sun. School
Vrvlce 11:00:( a.m.-Morning Worship
8:30: p.m.-MYF
WAHNETA FIRST ASSEMBLY 7:30: '\.m.-E"ening Worship/
III Sit Street n
Lake Alfred
9:45 I.m.-Bun. School
: '
ALL FOR THE CHURCH 'Church of The Lighted Cro.."
11:00: a.m.-Morning Worship 4srns+e i1 : INDUSTRY
7:00 p.m.-Evening Worship 1' ._i\\ ,. Th*Church N I Iht iraatMt factor Rev Darold N. Storm
m earth fur Ih*buildini at dune IIU: a.m.-Church School
Tuei.i Electric Co. \ .. tor and find ctliwcnhip It ia alunIMUM GOVERNMENT (AU Ages)
7:10: p.ro/-C. A. Meeting Tampa t at aptrilual wliM. Without a
Wed. atrona; hurch, ruithof dnrMaraqr Nursery class during Chrucb
Meeting 1 nor dviliuliun can turvh. Thw School
7:30 p.m.-Pu'er
,t : are four auund niunna why vwy 11:00: a.m.-"Vorahlp Service
NORTH GATE p.nun.hoaW attend anvkM iriu*
FIRST ASSEMBLY Urly and support Ih*Church. Tiny Nursery during Morning Wor-
Comer of Ave. C, 2nd, BERev. j an. ill tat has owl uses (1) Fort ship
. Emerson Jones, Pastor CITIES SERVICE his childnm'i ulna 10:00: a.m.-Sun. School of has community and nation. (4) BANK (Juniors Jr. High Sr. High)
11:00: a.m.-Morning Worship Wh.e e I which For th.MMii aaka hit at mini Ih* Church and malarial lUclf. 7:30: p.m.-Midweek Worship

1:30: p.m.-Womin'i Missionary ywr .or Jl} I t t b aupporl. Plan to|o la church rfv- AMERICANI! Informal Bible Study
Council r.cdv.a ,L bony and wad your Bibl dally, 6:30: p.m.-Fellowship Supper

7:30 p.m.-EvanlleU.Uc Serv. tho kif. : ; r t Last Fri. each month

7SOp.m.: -Chriit Ambassadors FREE METHODIST
: ALIONMtNTDinnli 22S Lake hired Read
Downttw Winter HI.. .
7:30 p.m.-Midweek
Townaand A N. A. Bat Rev Chadwlck Donnally, Pastor
s.t PloiajftXk
testimonies, special prayer tthSt.N.W. CY 1.17 Rev. MIriam Donnally,

lAKE IDA Associate Pastor
9:41: '.m.-Sun. School
Rev. Olin Like Pastor f
I Cowry's LM.>. 11:00
Virgil Pope Supl. BANK OF : a.m.-Worihip
CHEVROLET DEALER 8:45: p.m.-Christian Youth
10:00 Sun. School
: ts
Study LAKE ALFREDMEMIER n f 1' Crusaders.
p.m.-Free MethodistYouth I
11:00: a.m.-Morning Worship Jlt
T:4J p.m.-EveniD. EvingelllUc -
f'' :M:1i r t e GOOD SERVICE 7:30: p.m.-Evangeliatlc Service

Tbgri.t Copylrght lYd4, auutw Adwnuane Ins Suubure, Va. TRINITY. METHODIST

7:45: p.m.-Prayer meeting ---- :.-';:..... Sunday Monday Tuesday Wdne day Thuroda) T Frddsy Saturday Chevrolet Center CIHJUCU, ?
I Samuel i Kings Palms Isaiah Isaiah Matthew Galstians Rev B. R, Blackbira. Pastor
BAPTISTDAVISTAR BAPTIST -- 1:3.18: 8r4.OI; 4:1.8: 211.9 57.(4-21. 1714.21 5:13.29: Ml M St.. I.W. CTI4I4Ijsmess 9:45: a.m.-Sun. School
'..O.I.CThis 11:00: a.m.-Morning Worship
Rev. Lester E. Miller, PaitorIllwy. 7:30: p.m.-Evening Worship
17-N. of BarUw Air Base Nursery available for Sun.

10:00: a.m.-Sun. Sch-ol Church Of Your Choice Is Sponsored By These Bi, Firms School and morning worship
11:00 a.m.-Morning Worship InvitaticLAKE >n To Attend The 8:30: p.m.-M.Y.F.
C:30: p.m.-Training Union
7:45 p.m.-EveniD. Service
Wed.: : THI GENItAL nlCTIlC Morrison'sCafeteria Your WINTER HAVEN Siith" St. at Ave. G., N.W.

7:45 p.m.Prayer Bible Study ATTEND TilE STOll LAKE REGION BANK PLANING MILLS Rev .James R. Blackwood,

.Ik o S Of Commerce Pastor
DUNDEE flI. c..Iy'. CHURCH OF YOUR : : Rev Robert Farrow, Associate
10:00: a.m.-Sun. School Ladino1iadscy 8:30: a.m.-Worship Service

11:00: a.m.-Morning Worship 0.,0".11'" CHOICE SUNDAY i e. T UrDINNER 9:45: a.m.-Sun. Church School
1:30: p.m.-Training Union Stare iT C 11:00: a.m.-Morning Hour of
7:30: p.m.-Evening Evinge. Worship

little HOME OF City Drug Co. Thrifty City s'aM 8aJrA AU Kindt .( lulUlf Material 7:00: p.m.-E.ch Third Sun.,
7:30: p.m.-Choir Practice aftr Cnvrck Presbyteers

Wed.: QUALITYLAKE JIM SCOTT Phamnal..1 1111 4ra.sr, N.W. CTMIlt __ /W. C rtrajl Ave. am WNII/1 a.co....wn.. 1\01" til ;.;,.Hi\.IIIOII'i CT .am 12:15: Noon. Each Fourth Moo.Women's .
7:30: p.m.-Prayer Meeting Association
6:30: p.m.-Each Second Toes
a... R. W. Waterman, Pastor CHURCH SCIENTIST OF LATTER DAY SAINTS OF GOD 7:30: p.m.-Each Wed. October.
10:00: a.m.-Sun. School .James L. Knight .Jr. Baptist Rev G. Blair McGanrey Ave L, Near Sixth St., NW (Mornoi) Rev .J. G. Williams Pastor June Mid-wk Chapel Service

11:00: a.m.-Preaching 1:41: a.m.-Sun. School 180t Sixth" Street NW W. Fred Scbopke Jr.. 8.8. Sept. 11:00: a.m.-Sun. School pupils 19&8 9th Street SE 10:00: a.m.-Sun. School HOPE PRESBYTERIAN
Union. 10:45 Morning Wor.hlpU5 Ormoad Wolfrem Pastor
: a.m.- Rev. ,
6:15: p.m.-TralnlJl. Service : p.m.-Tulnln Union I 9:45: a.m.-Sun. School up to 20 ;ears of age Elder .James E. King, Bishop 11:00: a.m.-Morning Worship Cypress Gardens Readat
7:30: p.m.-pr.achln 9:45: a.m.-Sun. School 11:00: a m.-Church Services
7:41: .m-Evening Worship 10:45: a.m.-Morning Worship 8.30 a.m.-Prieithood 7:00: p.m.-Evening Worship Lake Ins
FIRST-OF ELOISE Wed p 11:00: a.m.-Morning Worship 8:30: p.m.-Youth Groups 8:00: p.m.-Wed., Testimony 9.30 .m.-Tue. Relief Society 7:30: p.m.-Tutl..PU'ff Meet Rev William II. Downey, Pastor
Rev. Walter E. Matb..,. 7:30: p.m.-Pu'er ServiceIIAVT.NDAI.E 8:15: Tralnln: Union 8:30: p.m.-Adult! Bible Study MeetingThe 10.00 a.m.-Sun. School 7:30 p.m.-Frl., Young Pea 9:45: a.m.-Sun. Church School
Pastor T:30: Evening Service 7:30: p.m.-Evangelistic Serv. Reading Room is located 8.00 p.m.-Sacrament MeetingNo pie' Service 11:00: a.m.-Morning Worship
11:00: a.m.-Morning Worship Wed.: at Ave. B and 2nd St.. NW. evening meeting first Sun. 5:30: p.m.-Junior, Senloi High
1:30: p.m.-Training Union Rrv. Douglas P. Jensen, Pastor 7:30 Prayer Meeting and 7:30: p.m.-Hour of Power CHURCH OF GOD of each month. oIEliOV An's WITNESSES Youth groups
7:45: p.m.-Evening Evange- 10-00 a m.-Sun. School Bible Study. prayer Wed.: KINGDOM HALL S:15: p.m.-Mon.. Girl ScMit
E Ilk Street SW
Avenue ,
Italic 11:00: a.m.-Worship Service RIFLE RANGE 7:30: p.m.-M.I.A. X21I ZSlh" Street W. Troup No. S3
10:00: a.m.-Sun. School Service 7:00: p.III.-Tuinln Union CATHOLIC Rev. Melvin A. Gifford Thurs.: 6:00 p.m.-SIID., Public talks 6:45 p.m.-8econd Tares, MeD"Dinner
(ladependeat) ST. .JOSEPH 10:00: a m.-Sun. School 9:30: a.m.-Primaries. Children
Wed.: 7:30: p.m.-Evening Worship 7:11: p.m.-Sun., "Watchtower"
7:43: p.m.-Prayer, Bible Study 7:30: p.m.-Wed.-Fraycr Meet. R. Dale Simpson, Pastor The Rev. Matthew J. Connolly 11:00: a.m.-Morning Worship 1:00 p.m.Tues., "Your Will Be 7:00 a.m.-Ted.-Men's Break
LAKE ALFRED IP 00 a.m.-Sun. School Pastor 7:00: p.m.-Evangelistic Serv. TEMPLE EMANUEL Done on Earth" Study fast,
FIRST-OF WINTER HAVEN 11:00: a.m.-Morning Worship M sad 1&11. NW Wed.: LAKELAND 8:00
Horton, Pastor HRST-OF Averse 7:10: p.m.Thurs., Ministry : p.m.-Wed. Choir Re
O. Chirlri 7:30 p.m.-Evening Worship 9:00 11:00 7:30: p.m.-Young People'sService 8. Lake nolliagswerlk Dr.
School. Rev Albert CaraeU. Pastor Sun. Masses-7:30: : : : School burial
1:45: a.m.-Sun.Morning Worship 5'30 a.m.-Morning Worship Wed.: Holy Day M..ael-TOO.: : a.m. Irwin Cutler RabM 8:30: p.m.-Thurs., Servo Meet. I 7:00 p.m.-Thurs. Boy Scout
11:00: a.m.- 7:30 Meeting Sat.: 10.00 .m.-Sun. SchoolFri.
Union. 1:41: am.-Sun. School : p.m.-Prtyer 7:00 p.m. Troop No. 585
CIS: a.m.-Tralnlng 11:00: a.m.-Mornlng Worihip. First Fr. Masses-7:00 a.m. 7:30: p.m.-Prayer Meeting 1.00 p.m.-Evening Serv. GRACE LUTHERAN
7:30 p.m.-Evening Worihlp. 1:45: p.m.-Training Union FIRST CHRISTIAN Weekday Massesa.m.: Sal 10:00: a.m.-Morning Serv. 4th and Averse C, SE THE SALVATION ARTYlad
Wed. '.00 p.m.-Ev Pang Worship (Disciples ef Christ) Confessions:-Sat: Eve of Holy WEST WINTER HAVEN ST. PAUL'S EPISCOPAL Rev AajBil Bentkal. PasUr9:1S St. sad Ave. T, NWC.pt.1a
7:43: p.m. Bible Study, Prayer Wed.: Rev. James N. Barnett, Pastor Day: 4:00: to 5:00-7:30: : to 8:30: 34th Street NW via" Street and Ave L NW : a.m.-fun. School W. Whittle
FIRST-OF INWOOD S.JO p.m.-Mid-week Prayer 9:30: a.m.-Bible School A. J. Dance, Paste Revs C. N. Stump Rector I::15 a.m.-Adult Bible Class 9:45 Officer U Charge
Rev. .J. W. Campbell Pastor 10:45: a.m.-Mornlng Worship EAGLE LARK 10:00: a m.-Sun. School. Rev J. G. Drawdy, Aaa't. 10:30: a.m.-Service of Worship : .m.-Sun. School
9:43: a.m.-Sun. School SOUTH SIDER. Nursery CHURCH OF CHRIST 11:00: a.m.-Morning Worship i 7 30 A.M. Holy Eucharist HOLY COMMUNIONFirst 11:00 a.m.-Morning Worship
11:00 a.m. Morning Worship II. Malcolm Tailor 10:45: a.m.-Junior Church (forages L B. Chastaui. MuUster 7:00: p.m.-Evening Evangelistic 9:30: A.M. Choral Eucharistand Sun. Each Month 6:45: p.m.-Young Peoples Legion

6:45 p.m._Training Union Burny Cowden S.S. Supt. 4 through 7) 10:00: a.m.-Bible Study Sermon TELEVISION"THIS 7:30
1:00: p.m. Evening Worship 9:41: am.-Sun. Bible School 3:41: p.m.-Youth Choir Prae. 11:00: a.m.-Preaching. Worship Tues.: WEEKDAY SERVICES IS THE LIFE" Tuea.p.m.-EYen\n Worship
Wed.; 11:00: a m.-Morning Preaching 8:41:_ p.m.-Chriitian Youth 1.30 p.m.-Preaching 7:30: p.m.-Prayer Meeting 1:30: a.m.-Channel I :
7:30 p.m.-Mid.Week Prayer 7.00 i m.-Study elm for all Fellowship (Senior Wed.: __ Thurs.: Wednesday 7:30: A.M. Holy 11:00: a.m.-Channel I 7:30 4:00 p.m.-Sunbeams
Eucharist p.m.-Ladle' Home
l&fi, Prayer meeting groupior Chi Rho Fellowship (tntermed.) 7:30: p.m.-DIble Study 7:30: p.m.-Young People' Endeavor RADIO BROADCASTS .
FIRST-OF WAIINETA men and women 7:45: p.m-Evening Worship Thursday, St. Barnabas 10:5: ; a.m.-Grace Sun. Sermon Le.gu.Wed.
EUTe Range Road '.00 p.m.-Evening Evange.tiiUe Wed.: 49TII ST. BAPTIST MISSION 9:30: A.M. Holy Eucharist WINT (1360 ke) .:
Rev F. R. Rlgbtmlre Serv. Broadcast WSIR 9:30: a.m.-Ladles Bible. Clan Rev. H. T. Ward Pastor ELOISE Friday 9:30: A.M. Holy lli.: a.m.-The Lutheran Hour 7:30 p.m.-Girl Guards
1:43: a.m.-Sun. Service '.00 p m.-V'ed., Prayer Meeting Chi0el 9:45: a.m.-Sun. School Rev W. E. Wrightie WGTO (540 kc) 7:45 p.m.-Prayer Meeting
11:00: a.m._Morning Menage Bible Study Seventh S& SW 11:00 a.m.-Preaching Services 00 am.-Sun. School EucharistMEETINGS 1:30 p.m.-The Lutheran Hour Fri.:
1:00 p.m.-Training Union CENTRAL OIRISTIANIidepeBdcBt 7:00: pm.-Tr.inm. Union 11:00: a.m.-Morning Worship Sunday WSIR (1490 ke) 4:00: p.m.-Junior Choir
7:30: p.m.-Evening Sermon JAN.PIIYL ( ) 8.00 pm.-Evening WorshipWed. 7:00: p.m.-Evening Worship IMAM. E.Y.C. 10:30: a.m.-Portats of Prayer 7:00: p.m.-Bo Scouts

Wed.: L B. Overttrerl. Pastor 3oe Lake BlM Dr. NW .: Wed: Service 7 M P M. St. Paula Vestry (daily WGTO (MO ke) SEVENTH ADVENTIST
7:30: p.m.-Midweek prayer Corner ol Recker highway sad OH llaveiMlale Blvd. 7:45 p.m.-Prayer Service 7:30: p.m.-Pra1er 411 Ave. K. SE
service Inspiration IliUield Read Wed.: Fri: MANUEL: LUTHERAN ABITUNG SAVIOR LCTIIERANUslied .
N. Wile
ChurchCorner 9.41 a m.-Sun. School Delmar D. Dehaelt School, MuUiler 7:30: p.m.-Bible Study 7:30: p.m.Young People's Meet. JUt 34th SL, NW. In .....d ( Utkeraa Church Sat.: George
Central Baptist 9:30 a.m.-Bible
: Rev. Richard C. Keeka. Pastor
11 Joining
Sixth St., Ave. A, NW i 1.15 a.m.- Worship Union 10:45: a.m.-Mornlng Worship 34T1I STREET CHURCH OF CENTRAL CHURCH FAMILY WORSHIP" "eaporanr Lceatioa 9:45: a.m.-Sabbath School

Rev K. D. Hodges Pastor 7 30 p.in.-Evening p.m.-Training 1:30: p.m.-Christian Endeavor CHRIST OF CHRISTB. 110 m.-Sun. School Adult zsee llavecdaU. Blvd. 11:00 ajn.-Worship Service
10:00: a.m.-Sun. School 7:30 p.m.-Evening Service healed between Are .J A K I. ne...... MUiiUr Bible Study '.00 rn.-Sua. School Sun. Television:
11:00: a.m.-Mornlng Worship PARKLAND BAPTIST Wed.: 341k SL NW Winter Have* 10:00: ra.-BINe Study 10:15: a.m.-Sun. Divine Service 10:30: a.m.-DiviM Worship 12.00 noon-Channel 9 Faith

1:30: p.m.-Pre-aervlce prayer Itot Eighth" Street, SE 7:30 p.m.-Mid-week service Bryea B. Corky, MuUiter 11:00: a.m.-Worship Service The Rev. larks DickiM, for Today
7:30: p.m.EvangeUst preaching Rev Gene IHUkecrk, pastor Wed.:choir rehearsal Sun.: 8:30: vra.-Evening Worship NOS.DESOMINAnONALDltIVE.1.I Pastor CY J-MU Sun. Radio:
1:00: p.m.-Wed., Prayer meeting 1:45: m.-Juniors Bible Wed.: SERVICES 9:30: ra.-WSUN (820)- The
1:45: a.m.-Sun. School 10:00: a.m.- Study
Bible studyLAKE 11:00: a.m.-Morning Worship 8:15: p.m.-Senlors 11:00: a.m.-Worship Service 7:30: p.m.-Bible Study 8..1Oft4 by CHVROI OF CHURCH NALIRENEFIRST Toes Voice: of Prophecy.

ALFRED 1:45: p.m.-Training Union LAKELAND UNITY 1:00: p.m.-Evening Worship PRIMITIVE BAPTIST Methodist Men's Club at Outdoor MwtM M. Wright 7:30: p.m.-Prayvr Meeting
OF GOD '.00 p.m.-Worthlp Wed.: Drivel
ASSEMBLY Theater Haveav
CHRIST CHUKOlCnrch ; Nertfe Lake Blue' Drive and '.U m.-Sun. School Seventh-day Adventist Church
Blvd.H. Wed. " -Mid-Week Service
Ruses 7 30 Dale Blvd..
471 W. e err Sun. 1:30 a.m.
Pastor 7 30 "Dan "'...
-Prayer efVe :
KlUtagawerth p ttag Ram or shine.
W. Billie n....
Minister LAKE REGION UNITARIAN Elder W. C Chandler 6 U p m.-Aduft Study Jack Patter
School ,
OolU A. Meyer
10:00: a.m.-BuD. Worship METHODIST Sunday Devotional 11 a.m. UNIVERSAUST FELLOWSHIP 10'00 a.m.-BiNe Study LAKE ALFRED I'11 p.m.-Young People's. 10:00: a.m.-ua. School
11:00: a.m.-Mornlng Service PRESBYTERIAN 6 IS p.m.-JlIDaor Society 11:09 m.Moming Worship
Ambassadors F.LCISE-JRD STREET Tuesday Music Club Lakeland 11:00: p.m.-prechilll
6-30: p.m.-chrI.t Service Rev Pal l I). Swisher 421 E. Park at Success 3140 Troy Ave S. of Glendale 7:00: p.m.-Preaching Service Rev David E. Dletael. Pastor 7'00 p.m.- Serv of evangelism 7:00 p.m.-Evening Warship
7:30: p.m.-Evenln' Wed. 9.45 a.m.-Sun. School 7 30 pm.-Wed.. *fid-'Teek Wed
Wed 10.00 a.m.Church vvo| Sunday School: 11 a.m. 10:00: a.m.-Morning Worshipand
1:341: :p.m.-Pr"er. Bible Study 7:00: p.ra.-Evenini Worship Center; ZIt So. Iowa Sun. School T:08: pm.-Prayer Meeting 11.00 a.m.-orning Worship! Senkt t30IW1i'etk PrijtrClnJac

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1964- : : 1

Juno S, __ WTNfjR HAVEN. JM11Y Nl.'NS..llW-WINTIIt! t HAVEN FLORIDA ,, ,, PEl / Nine

I Jaycees, Moose, Ready Link Dancer As EverNEW Koufax Zeroing In Fires

I Tampa Electric dian WM pronounced- bred YORK Northern(UP"a*) ready-Dae CMM.M 1)u1 , Third No-Hitter In 3 Years

he'll ever be" today on the eve
at his bid to become the tint By JOE GFRC.FN stopped Milwaukee, ,.), despite shattered a 3.3 til JJ *ravi,',
I Lead Triple Crown winner since 148 I PI Sport! Writer a triple play l by the Bravei triple playIM tMl of Ih,
American in Saturday running of the Sandy Koufax still was one Chicago edged the Cardinals year occumtl (*.. Itr"nol!
9USMO added Belt Stakes pitch away from perfection today 11 I. and Houston outlasted the inning and w.*t IMP second I
That i It," said trainer Hoa but the dandy southpaw Is Mets T3 In other National, baseman Mike 0* tt Hoi i I""

By BILL WATSON home to score the winning! run ratio Lure who supervised steadily teromg in on that !baseball .League. game shortstop Dents !.*65 to firvlImsoman ,
Staff Writer Northern Dancer'i final work milestone, Over in the American Gen OP**.
The Jaycees little league by pitcher Steve Lawrence out over a two mile courseat The 21 year old Koufax League, the Yankees ovarpow Dick Fllswortfc. Mlthed hi

baseball team rallied for two The Moose threatened to secluded Belmont Park twirled the third no hitter oft erect Minnesota, "T. and the seventh victory jf *. fear for
runs In the bottom of the score in the top of tile fifth as Thursday He't ready to fate career Thursday night in White' Sox neat the ,....... 5.1. the tubs MJJUI. Xftl sane,
fourth Inning to come from behind Rodney Surrency and Rohrer '*m all"Vhat pile'hinx the Los Angeles DodgCM The only other schedulel.", ., slammed hU MV.*4fc timer it
and defeat the previously lead off with back.to-back had been shaping up asa s tn. a 30 victory over the Baltimore at Kansas City, was the fourth with Bt% William,

unbeaten Moose Club, ..5, to single. Edward was safe on tiny field of three or four leftnuo: leading Philadelphia rained outRookie on base WilUv. M, whose lu
create a three' way first-place a fielder' choice by forcing horses only a few days ago now I'ullit.nd/ missed a perfect sieve bliss pitched a gue leading b. t h In I avera i;,'
tie In the American League. Surrency at third and moving hat blossomed into an eight l.mie: by Inches when his 31 Nvhit ler and the Pirates clipped one palm. I* .411. collected
The Moose and the Jaycees Rohrer to second. The threat horse charge with seven three. etch to rookie Richie Allen. erupted for Four runs In the one double hi three appearances

ire now In the top spot along was ended however, when Cal lest olds challenging the win saili.,I low and outside in the fourth inning to hang the d..
with Tampa Electric which vln Buxton hit a short popup ner of the Kentucky Derby and fourth inning fat on (ho Glanta The Pittsburgh Dick Farrell gained credit for

won its game last night. All to third Baseman Billy Fowler the Preakness No horse has K.>ufax now has pitchedno rtll\ featured a two.run his eighth win, but needed relief
three' teams have 31 records,' who caught the ball and then won the Derby Preakneis and hitters In each of his last siftgle,, bv /Hill MaaeroklPrank help from Don Darren who
The Moose took a brief lead threw to shortstop Tony Belmont the so called Tri. At three seasons, and each was Robinson clouted his pitched hitles bait for 3 21 in
In the game In the top of the Peeblei, who tagged Rohreroff pie Crown since Citation in fig,. W el I...,'1 to perfection than the 10th and 11th homers to providethe nines The CoHa took advantage/
first inning by scoring two the base to complete a 1148 other In his first hitless per Reds Mm O'Toole with hit of four New York errors and
runs, but, the Jaycees bounced double-play and end the game The Belmont field was increased formince Sandy allowed the fourth uct >r\' of the year Rob oillectod IS hit their high

back in their half to score an Tampa Electric rallied for to eight Thursday when New York Met five walkson hive 11th home run In the i 1)t the season In defeating AI
equal amount and notch the seven rum in the second InnIng Herbert Allen announced that June 30, 1961. and he limit ninth with two men aboard Jackson
and then breezed to a 10-1( he will enter Shook and Determined --------- --- -- ed the San Francisco Giants to ...... --
score and George D Widener PRACTICING" Tommy Smith of the Junior Tennis Club
decision .w
over Beisley Insurance only two free passes on May 11
A two run home run by now 22. aid he will enter Brave Lad aeema to be practicing up for tha club's car wash to be held tomor
Steve Ray in the bottom of Earlier It had Publtx at North Gate of last year EARN DAILY INTEREST!
The first Teco run cored appeared that row and Monday behind supermarkets '1 have this to say" Koufax
the second carried the Jaycees on a bases loaded single Hill Rise, Roman Brother Shopping c.enli-r and southeast Plaza, Cost: per car Is $1 with all
vaid after the game This was
out In front for a while, 4-2, leadoff man Don Childs, who Quadrangle and Orientalist proceeds: going to promote junior tennis In Winter Haven the best of the three' "
In the bottom of the third,
would be the only four Thoroughbreds
went three for three and had
the Moose regained the lead If Koufax gets<< any better
to face Northern
two rib' at the plate and he i given every Indication
on a walk to Kenneth Alderman Cancer
singles by Mike Rohrer Following Child's hit, Lynn Little Winner Setting that he might he will becomethe
Marsh drew base ball .
and James Anderson, and a a on tint pitcher in modern Natiunal
double by John Marchettl. to force in another run, then League history to hurl aIMrfrrt
Brad Hodges singled to drivein Wanted
In the decisive bottom of game All five perfect
a run, Frank Hill smashed games In modern annals have
the and fourth scored when Neil Hill he singled. a two-run double to core two . Winter Haven sports Pace In Thunderbird been accomplished in the

attempted rum, and Kurt Smith hit a fans to Join In supportinga American League, the last being .
to steal and the throw from
single to send in two more. girls athletic program at Don Larsen World Series
Moose catcher Anderson
out into center field Gary Stewart singled in the Winter Haven High School By OSCAR fHALEY pendulum putter Boh Duren masterpiece In 1M6
Steve fifth inning to score Alan through membership In the CPI Sports Writer Dick Crawford Tommy Jacobs The Brooklyn born Koufax
Ray followed with
long triple and driven a Jenkins from third for Beat- One Thousand Club RYE, N.Y (UPD-Jerry) Magee and Jay Dolao who will receive the Babe Ruth
was ley's lone tally No experience necessary, the tall man from Toronto The 70 group Included Tom. Award tonight at New York's

LA. NATL. GUARD SPONSOR The winning pitcher was only desire and daring to who won only $24 in a half: my Bolt big Bill Collins, Joe She stadium as the outstandIng .
Mike Sine, who gave up only promote girls athletics at year on the tour in 1963. carried Campbell, Gordon Jones, Billy player In the 1903 World
WRESTLINGSat. three hits the interscholastic level a slender one-shot lead Farrell, Dave Hill, Don January Series, Joins a select
Town 'N' Country backed Initial capital necessary into the second round of the and George Archer top trio of Larry Corcoran (IHOOi).
Nite 8 P.M. the one.hit pitching of Mike only $1 for a booster mem $100,000 Thunderbird golf Classic candidate for pro golf rookieof t')' Young and Bob Feller who
Miles with some timely hitting be r ship card which will go today the year honors have pitched three no hittersNo At The American. National Seek
LAKELAND ARMORY as it gained its first win of toward sponsoring the progrim. But the year-old Canadian Slammln' Sammy Snead, at pitcher ever has pitched

the year, In a 6.2 decisionover faced a tough task In his bid 52 still the same old stylist, fv>iir no hitters In a career In Cypmi Gardens
SEE T.V. the Elk'i, Get your membership for the $20,000 first prize with headed IT who fired one under Koufax pitched to the minimum ,
The winners scored three card tomorrow at North a host of cash.hardened veterkns par Tl'i. Sam'i 39 36-T1 tied of ZT batters and struck 'O/ DAILY

WRESTLERSr run In the first inning and Gate Shopping Center, including Arnold Palmer him with such as Billy Can per, out 12 men marking the 54lh 10 INTEREST

added three in the third to Southeast Plata, or the hot en his heelsMigee Gary Player Doug Sanders, lime In his career he had struck
Post Office Join this 'Go' George Bayer and Art Wall, c..1HIe4 9..rt. ly
round 68
push its season record to 1 3. i opening put out 10 men or mort That tied
team before it'. too late- The 123 man field will be rut 4!. ON CERTIFICATES!
The Elks, now 1.2, scored him one shot In front of Ken him with Feller and Rube Wa
its first run in the bottom of goal must be reached SOONIn Venturl and Phil Rodgers-the to the low 90 and ties after to.dlY'1 dell for the major league record. W..... r.nr '.II*,. .raw with.
order that girls' teams chunky redhead firing six under second round and to the e M.lap. .....1It .Piece.
the third when Mike Myer which Is unlikely to stand
: will be included In the tow 60 and ties after Saturday'i
forced Lack Chapman who par 30 on the hack nine at long with Koufax around
of third round for the windup Sun
scheduling competition hilly wind'swept Weitchester
Bob vs had walked, at second and Frank Howard provided Kou
advanced to second on David for the coming school year Country: Club. day fax with all the runs he needed .

Hitchcock's walk, Chris Barnes Palmer after the opening In the seventh Inning when he THI FRIENDLY FAMILY IANKSI
round was only two shots back
followed with a line drive hit i three run homer on theleft
tEl Local SwimmersStart with a J5J3-68 that lied him Major League
double to score Myeri, but, cenlerfleld roof, his Hth
with eight others as 43 Sharpshooters .
of the
year Koitfuo no hitter
Hitchcock was thrown out it
broke S and Jack
Monday par
the plate by shortstop Jay Nicklaui came apart on the was the !second, of the .1JVVTIOJVAJL

JOHN AND CHATS Lock who bad relayed the At Region PoolThe hack nine for. 393*-T3. young season but only the first .i .
The Cased).. WracklM Craw ball from Pat Tankeriley, the Also tied at 68 were Tony StandingsBy In victory Ken Johnson of Houston

TOLAS left fielder Lema, former British Open lout a I o no hitter against _
THE MO, Greater Winter Haven (Inclnnstl on April 1 23 All of
The Elks final run scored champion Kel Nagle of AustralIa I
Swim Association: will begin I'nlted Press International Sandy hitters have
In of the fourth Nichols
the bottom on Bob Goalby, Bobby 'HI AMEIUCAN
MATCH AGAINST THE the summer season Monday at America) IA.,'* nmhl and Thuradav night
John who Harold Encore Bob Roaburg
walk to Begley ,
a Lake Region Yacht and Country W. I.. Pel, GB was I the lint he has ,pitched on DANK
r stole second and third and Marty Furgol and P.ulllar
JAPS Club.
30 is .1167 the !road
came home on a passed ball ney who lost a sudden death Chicago 24 13 M7\ 1Cleveland Pittsburgh defeated San M..mlMf .D.I.C.I C,,... SeedaN ...,...... Pies.-
HIRO MATSUDA playoff In this one to Palmer
Wholesale Builders went on Initial registration and try.utawill .
II Mi 3 Franebico 4. (Inclnnatl
.ad a coring rampage to gain its be held for the team Monday last year New York 23 1ft Ml $
DUll KfOMUKAJWStfc first win of the year as It at the following hours: Mike Souchak headed an Minnesota M 21 SM S

.. -all SAMSTEAMBOAT defeated Polk Tractor by the 8':30: a m Eight.and.under, even eluded half Canada's dozen at N Al which Balding In baton 22 24 471 m,

scene of 19-8 boys and girls Detroit 18 25 419 II

'' inning pitcher Byron Washington 20 29 4M 12
Matched Agahrd ':3011 ..m. Age group .-10.
Johnson lit two triples and i Icemen Chevy IAS Angela 19 30 3tw 13
tL GORDO 12:30.2: p.m. Age group 11 12. ,
single! to pace the attack Kansas City IS 19 141 h 14..o
24 m. Ages 13 through IT GOOD/VEAR
Johnson hid a no hit. no-run Center Battle Thursday's Results

WRESTLINGLAKELAND bill game going for him until After Monday all members of New York 9 Minnesota T .. \ :

he tired In the bottom of the the team will practice between An Important game between Chicago S Cleveland t. night _
ARMORY fourth and cave up all six T and 10 a.m. weekdays at the Wright's Icemen and the Ualtlmore at Kansas City pot

-SAT. NITE 8 P.M.- of he Polk Tractor runs Like Region pool.r Chevrolet Center tops actionIn paned rain I .
the Winter Haven Recreation Saturday' Games
r- -r r r rr -rr r r Softball League tonight at Boston at Kansas (Ity _

Mercury Field near the high Baltimore at Minnesota

school Detroit at ChicagoWashington
-------l lI The Chevy Boy., beholden at Cleveland

of a 91 record, are Just a hop New York at Los Ang. night

title step and Jump from the loop Natloaal League

lI W L. Pet OR
The nightcap In the rec
league will pit Minute MaW Philadelphia 2T II ..*
also San Francisco! 2T 19 M7 m
against City Employees,
at Mercury field. Louto 24 22 542304
In other Softball action, f'lttahurgh 21 22 U3 4
I Daniels Plumbers, IT 1 but undefeated Milwaukee 24 21 HI S VACATION W tlM
in the Lakeland City Cincinnati 23 22 SI I I

League. play Frenches Trim- Chicago 21 23 47704 TIME. .
mission at Westsid Park la lot Angeles/ tt 2* .,W T
Houston 827 449 I
Lakeland at I p m
New York IS II 313 14'"

CUBS!! OPTION TOT1I Houston nsrs4.T New,'.York Results 2 BRAKE and FRONT ENDSPECIAL

I CHICAGO (UPI) Pitcher Chicago 2 St Louis t
Paul Toth, who had an 0-f record Cincinnati C Milwaukee I

and an III earned run average I'ltlaburgh 4 San Fran 2. night

far 10 23 Innings of Los Angeles 3 Phil 0, night
pitching for the Chicago Cirk! $
8at.r1ay'. this year, was optioned Thuri
lot Angele at New York
day to Salt Lake City so that
I Chicago at Milwaukee
the club NwM make room on
Houston at Pittsburgh!
it* rotter for first-basemanoptfielder .
Sao Fran at Philadelphia
Hto Leo Cabrtetsoa fH I..oule.t Cincinnati, night Five Critical

p. .. . . . . . . . . . . . .eeI..e Safety Services ANY

How Beneficial U. S. CARFREE
put i
f .
pinch p0nnitlwithout ITJL e Check brakes. adjust| 'fcr proper> ; conf.n t

pinching @ e Add brake flu d. test entire iyst m

que/it' . Repack front whepi'< bearing* Safely,

: e Align front end correct camber check.

in pocket today caster toetnAdjust W Service
with Ideas, I.e. at the STAR PRESS, that can save '011mOIl.Y
W* can tome up e steering' balance front wheels
. by changing size . by ehei, infl paper |"eRty . by "iw"9 GH .it and gt it Jut during Beneficial. c.defI : . y/w" k ,
Juarieet Gel Scm, ca.n to oath up lu up tune up. e rfey "right.
an'! *"'.. . 011 MW Of , .
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copy : **M "P-E' food '''110"' l'.m amber B.n fk .> .s e tap'
r..prillt orderi. Won't you stop ill and ill one place to call. b for coney the m0ujl you went Pay as you ride

check with MS? itt C'" up or f,,me.n th,. airy "'.MUie'BENEFICIAL


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four (4)) days pay each mouth all Prompt and effu .ent needa aervlca Call for CHECK BELOW BEST I 8PI1.LIAI PRICES oo all aloes, InBLAVUXK 13 .bedrooma. HO-UO to IIIup A
your moving FOR THE
in (or one week-end drill I PulxmoID AHRYINi (ASK rock BEABLEY: REALTY CO
Regular CY HIM for free eetlmaleaAienla
St 3-3701.20-TV
K.-K 118 M Now ,, MVIcwMAUTbH Itk
fur Atlas Van Llnea, lao.
credits toward retirement, phil ; STEREO CAMERA 2000 Slh 8t NW
if i all 5u abler 14-TF !
Junior and Regular the added earning power of two ug BET R $ =ANC.f' ___ __10TFSruaiity 6 ROOM house with drapea, stove
LOCAL 'U h Nice
Mid refrigerator lawReaaonabU
--- SERVICE i. IIKiHf :
week ...... _
summer *.It
camp in California man work CY MSTI 64
SiHt Urn 114 76 Now f 14 KNORWOOD '
((6)) Special Service Not pacaaged Be*
in August Call (36-1(11. FUUIHRITE METER: : All
what "' and
you : auaa oolonault
y IDEAL for of
..tJ.AbJt Tampa, for detail.. Reg 112 PRINT W Now COPIER(I MPOLOK01D Model2JO' Auburadale r Ml Anana AvaAeroaa 3B.dreum et"lrERJ'TIlr. :
SAVE MONEY SAVE TIME " from OnnUnea-: CY .21104. 1.T,.
For Modal M
Jttae 10 Winter Hav All Ir.... commercial aK.smatbl ,. ,-' Re( U K Now ID 11\\

BXPEftlpCKD female ..... clerk draltiniSatialatLl I'OI.oROID. FLASH GUN Model Ml WESTINGHOUSE: refrigerator for NICE .......room duplex. 145 7th St
+ for wit Department Analy to .ui, i.uarameeuDiawii CALL TODAY Hog 112 K Now I1K ealr la nod condition Price NE Electric: : kitchen. tile bath Florida
Petrl Kobblna, Villa. : U"'Y 4-UJI CO. 17100: Call I 272-1714 or can 'be aeen room IWOO. Call CY J-4J23
Boutheaat J'1.... Winter Ha"-r 3-T. I ANDERSON DRUG at 2H Main 8t. Lake Alfred 4-7 H
achool commercial) or bual SWIMMING POOLS AUTO SERVICE
.... ALTERATIONS' Blind ditched Oundltlonara. Reconditioned "" :
Gardens Road
WO Cypress graduate Moat tie ac- 1010 Oak Dinette Table. I chain.
madeira euulpment 1 Hickory .
fully guaranteed Terma APARTMENTS
open i A.My T r.ii. of e'h and eelentlfte food apeltar.I and capabe tadi- NW CY S-78N Mr. Mna Orhoaaer24June: . buffet 4 241 Lake ina CY Drive 4-UM BEalter or From |2H and Uu JOHNSON Winter Havana beat .aelectlo. I

stoat papera. Call FK J-1161 for lalerrlew : 24 8WIMMINU POOL OONSTRUC. -DUboEAuthorlMd -- MII4 p.m. or phone 5-1 APPLIANCES Lake Alfred . rooma. kitchen equipped, electric.
14 -- -- TION and REPAIR Financing >actor y Mervlca Oa I CY. __ Phone 272-11H, NUll 272-1MO heat. garage 2221 Ava B. NW
-- available W. R llelnu General Chrytler. wfiynioutk eLancerVaUunt TRY DIADAX TABLETS formerly It-TF 12JTF
SpecialCreme FARM HELP WANTED For bar Walt's TV Service Building Contractor CallCYJMW5 Des.A.Diet New name. same --- ---- ---- ;
harveillnn. From machanlca to 27JunePermanent. 2'1,. eXOYD RvIlEK1'1I MOTORS ANDBR0ON U8ED BET OF CHILD CRAFT I BEDROOM unruralehed home
Oil tractor drlvara to hay atackan Television Service -- --- - .-- --- til H...u 8l. SW ::124101IT DRUG"CO'trANr.c' 4-T Like new. Call CY I.2H1 after Kitchen equipped. |M BEASLEY: :
Apply In pima to Cattle Marketera I Inchel of concreteand .June 17 --- --- I 00 P M or before I 30 A M. REALTY: CO. 134 Itk St. NW CY
Cold Wave Inc, ua HlKhway 441, IImilei ...1. Beautiful. marble fnieh.. JTF 12717 JS-TF
RCA 21 cabinet model MS 00 20TAva ___
no painting never needa water
(eompllller1.vs ) eat of Bt. Cloud S-ll All makes Parts and work. Q. SW H
change 14 Yean In county NEW double eraser and mirror .
manthjp luaran ed. No citra tall anytime ---- Slightly marred. 14410. SAVE UNFURNISHED 2 bedroom CB
waltreaa Neat and f.&tlY"IJ UPHOLSTERING
home Water,
dependable Call between I.Wlp charge within 10 mil rad uso CYPRBB8 ANTI SALE SO* Lamp.. chub. draiaera. U- furnlahed Adulta range and refrigerator
only 165 00
..n. I CHEEK = bier. dlnelter. ehal.. .tc. 1.00
m and lOOp I 00 and
m or
MrS Carltoe p.m. ( Lake Alfred Sal.. per month. 2MI1 8 Lake Deer CY
W..ItoII. Furndure
i:00 p.m? Sundown Realaurant. M Juat South of Lakeland In Eaton 59Ith 4-2438. CY 4-2&I 5.11
St.. NW 315
ritk.tp Field With Mask AIR conditional arrvloa and I.. FR HIM MOVING S1ORAGE PERT RBFl liaiUNO. Compote ---_ -_ -.
atallatlon mechanic Must have l-Juna T fabric ..leel""' WOLFE UP : ( Frullwood dining
ALL part eiperlence. In aervlclnf all UCJl.I'fEftY SHOP 214 Aranua A, AUTOMATIC ... clothe. dryer JI'O''m8AI' i... Ilk. new, Priced ((12)) For Rent Furn.
$8.95CAIlLTON makea of air conditioning heat aE CY 1-271(1( Bmdtx. Used very Illtle, $*).00 reasonably. 1471 Ave L. NW. I.'
FOR pumpa and commercial refrleera.Ion DRESSMAKING A ALTERATIONS THREE IVORY BROTHERS DayNlfhtMJuna 21 H. V, Umhauer 2UU9 llth St? NW:
In my home Mra Wilbur Le.ta.2ts..731. I-I MARK IV Auto air conditioner.
[ Salary open All normal fringe MOV1NU COMPANY
bIon "la. Apply to O C. Rhodes : MIIOU8K8 ".nl. AUJED VAN LINES - ---- ---- .- ---- --- Complete Call after t 20 p m292HML : FURN. ROOMS
SOUTHEAST BEAUTY SALON Engle Elect.1c Company. 17D W. ---WASHED---- Local Lung Diets,.. FOR BALE:: Four diamond rlnga aTFRUBIIEfT
Mats Btr.et Laheland 1.11DININO Moving .A Bto.... BLACKBURN8 DRAPERIES A up to t6 point Call CY 2-2W5 til -
Walla wa.hed. eavei and roof and $32 00 a month Near Thriftway
Southeast Plaza CY 3-1838 ------ -- . Call Collect . MJWarahouaa -;" 5:30: p m CY S-7120 after. 4-T STAMPS For check"
Mildew removed. Call CARPETS endor,ement . ilinatere . .
Off Bartow Air Baaa27Juna ---- ---- & beach. Separate entrance -
1J-TF ROOM WAITRESS! CY 42113Before 180 2nd 81, BW 283-W80 other lurpoeea also datingatampi
TRAILERS aoftner ampl
-- Btralfht 8hlft E.perlencad 100 a.m A after f 00 p.m. 27 Make that old furniture .. good ai fler. 11111...water. druma me aphon . aeala . pocket Parking 525 Ave J, NW
Apply }'.... Re.I.II..nl kilo ilk JOTFWinter new for half the price of new fur refrigerator. bleyclea. furniture$ I etampi. STAR PRESS Phone CY CY 38379 28-TF
BL. NW. 34 ------ Painting Papering nllura . II.Juna N sowing machine dlnetta aulta CY 1-SJH III .... A. NWTF-

EnrollNow ---- - Haven Door Surfacing I-HIT. 27-Juoe 2S ROOMS Po.nlo. Con.'le..t.tile. .
MAN M to 44 for debit Guaranteed SIMMFH PLANTS .. '
IlaU.faello.l1I..nl..d ----- -- .. $700 .1&. CY .15i1. JOoTJ'
salary 410.00 month Experienceunnecaaaary RepairingI Me Par I>ea.
I Complete training program L A MOUTZ TREE SERViCE THREE: piece Early American Port lilac.. Ageratum. Zmniai. Marlgoldi .
311 8 Flint St Phone CY 4-231 AIR conditioned 4 room.. Florida
Apply 11M E. Memorial bedroom aulta In rood conditionAlao Coxacomb and Salvia.SHAW'S .
4-7 Allowance rent for lawn
Clinei NowForming da.j Lakeland, between I'30 t m. J. McCOY . Quality work. newly recovered: lounge chair: at Elolae behind IO A. care room Water furnlahed. on 2(3-3461 CY
or phone MU 1-1741 f, rappointment manahlp fut. clean. and ...10... TRIMMING CAVITY. t>F MOUSING Call 39HD87 for location to In.pecH Urocery, 291 1-6061. 1-1
M ..bl.loti.. CY M6.XI 11* 4th .
((6-A) Animal & Supplies CABLING RE BETTING
- -- ---- --
Itraal Jan-Phyl Vlllafa It TF complete elran-up t..*. Eitlmatta BIDDY SAY: FURNISHED or UNFURNISHED
HAYWOOD Wakefleld 1 dining
Mra. CarltoaSpeclil GENERAL TIRE Company. Lakeland I Call LUKbS; IREE SERVICE eel. 4 aectlonal 2 end pc. tables.coffee Dr Bon la non ao now la da EFFICIENCIES and 1H BEDROOMS
tuition rate.this haa an opening for an eipehenced CY 1-1338 11-Juna 10 pc table. corner table. lamp cliance to git dam ba"' .... dat you Mice large airy eooma -
BLACK Great Dane puppy Refla wanted d. Conveniently located Foetal
Hood aiartlnlaalary ALUMINUMaSrrenn i".r.I.o
month only- recapper I..d.10.00 men's folf duke and bar with ator. I ,
and For Infurmatluncall SHOP at Eagle. Lake. Building Call CY CV541st
beneflta Call
company axe, ill 4th St, Jan Phyl 47 .
3W7: after 600 11-t t-TF
Complete MU WI71 for ppulntment 4-11 p.m. SWAP SHOP --- - -- 81'u"d'd:
-- --- -
)' Smith
T Mon.. $300.00 Enclosure aiCarportiAwmnga I ROOMS of fine turalture. Includes Dem old tinge h.. to be aold Some 1 BEDROOM garage apartment
Course YOUNG MEN fulfill mill POODLE Beautiful Champaign .Window Bcreeni 4 piece aertlonal. refrigerator. call dam antlcka Harry befor IU NW re.ldentlal ,section with lake
your miniature male AKC "" ,I.I..d. Building BpKlaltlea range 21 piece in all Takeover too late 1-1 acc.... Water furnlahed. CY
Include books, tool. and unl tarp obligation with only ill Proven stud Bacrlflce price Phon. ALUMINUM WE: BUY SELL -- TRADE anything paymenta 14 M per week Ueea -- -- -- -- 11211.H
1936391-- IU DISCOUNT! of valua GOPHER HOLE than 1 month old. Warehouae. Furniture REFRIGERATORS that work.
formt. months active duty Return for BALES CO INC. I
SWAP SHOP V. Hwy 17 Ka,la
-- ----- "Lol G"" ... Do ItAT Bale. U Ith HI" NW $10.00 and up Automatic waah GENTLEMEN: Rooms by weekReaaonable
Enr Terms service with your local Marina *. A A. 6th Bt. BW Ml-UM Lakl CY1N7 -fF 24 ere 112 00 and up: Old round table. Sierra Court Motel
CARLTON BEAUTY scnOOL Reserve unit Call 1381911 TINY. Chihuahua Iuppl.l Regietered I6.Jlln. 27 - 117 BO. TV a 112.60 and up; II Lad Hwy. 11 North. 7.TF
I 4 months old t.ttOO: Adams WEDDING DRESS Coat 1115.00. der II cu ft deep frees. Electric
I 329 Southlan Auburndale Tampa, for detaili Trailer Park U a. V at Dundee. CAMP TRAILERSCAMP will aril for 14600. 141 Ave J. : range, $10.00: Many other good ,HOUSE!: on highway. Suitable fur
WO 74388 June 30 Phon. Halnea City 4J2-I47I: 1"e BUILDING REPAIRS NW 4.10FQR bargalna thle week . COMPLETE I I I home (adult )"Cy) bu.lneaa If
--- BED, only IT.60GOPHER Idealred. heaaonabla K>2 3' 4-7
I'' Day Night Classes - -'- - -- .- -- PETS . Reg Peking Regthlhuahua EASY quirk "" apt HOLE SWAP SHOP i
WANTED: Experienced waitress Fox "."Ie... Braglee. TRAILERS for ....lor .. .. rent. Electric Shampooer only 00 II... 17 Eagle Lak LAKEFRONT APARTMENT' I
trap r touch Apply In .person Che. ReitaurantAppearance R... Miniature Poodle. BlameeaKlttena for .mall repair job. call retlrad Supply: lim.t.d R...." 'Oil.d.t. per day with purchase of Blue Lua H Room air conditioned. ehuffle
wwta all your the eervKema.HometowB 1'4... by muat be neat No Parrot. Mynah BlrdaParakeet. builder . now. Johnson ApplanreaHighway Ire John Inland Hardware H board boat |*0 00 CY I 1371 . .
phone calla 11 ., Uulnea PEW. Hametere CY 17 Lake Alfnid rillJIT ------ 1133 8 Lax. Cannon Dr J4-TF
awdlai him I ho Winter Haree

all moth.I, Newe-fhlel$319 Call'.TI.t:: ..now. : I MEN . ales route. Part Um.II.rt Baby of Turtle.Pet A, Tmplral Aquarium Flnh Buppllee FullIlne 3347034Jun.. 22 .Juna 17 ;Remington|10,00 typewriter. .. |15 00 Swingnet I (! IO-A) Boats &. Motors WINTER HAVENS FINEST

-TF< 1100 hour Call CY SIOMT DUTY FARM A UARDEN SUP BUY 'SELI. TRADE on. bedroom air conditioned all
00 ram to 100 a m. U-Tt PLY 2W 8th St, 8W 2tJ-I130. 1t WOODY SWAP SHOP .flex-Irk IMPERIAL APARTMENTS .
----- ------ PAINTINGCHARLES WHEEL: CHAIRS Hwy. 12 FR 2.143TFEDDER8 14 ft ribarglau' boat 35 HP Gala 6W Ava H. SB:. 23'6297.
WAITRK8U WANTED Apply. la MALE: BOXER stud ServiceReiUlered .1 electric atartlng and tilt trailer: LT2Bedroom
Wild Bill Burns person only, Blue Bird 1>.lv.l.. fawn A whit Other ...t.... Perfect condition.
Lake Alfred Road. 2t-T' CY UMI M-TF IVER90N PAINTER air conditioner and heat.er CY "31138. !!" furnished apartmentUuplaxt
(Buffalo Bill) ----- -- -- Job aetlmatad or by tha hour 2 Ion Oood condition. ISS 00 Florida room son go a
MIMI PINK POODLE SALON . Careful work Call CY I-MU WIIFEL CHAIRS for rant AIM 2tt-m'1: H PRAM Bound condition Neadi month VARNEK REALTY: CY
at the pianoENTEITAINIIIENT ((3)) Situation Wanted Complete, profeaalonal grooming 111 30th Bt, BW Hoauital Beds, Crutehaa Walk -- Crewlrr- -----. pant. 133OU. CY ..44OS or CV 1-8454 daya CY 1-7700 nltaa 3-6
: SMALL blade PTOand
. Tiny toy puppies available I-TF an Commodea Oodfray a Rentals S-6543 '-7
NIGHTLY AKC reglfiered, Phon. CY 1)411 17* Ave A. NW. 14-TF pulley Reasonable Phone __ __ HOUSE TRAILER Lights and water
J9M788II 213-0142 after 00 p.m. 6-11 ORLANDO CUPPER, U ft. fiber. furnlahed 11360 week Also
FROM 1:30 U 11.30 WANT to keep 1 or I children. In TELEVISION -- --- --- -- glaaa. 'TS HP Evlnrude with electrie eoll.,,., Woody Swap Shop. Hwy.
my home. Heaaonabla and experienced REPAIRCALL REPOSSESSED! tiller, Sacrifice 1120000. 23 12 FR 2-1437 4-7

Com Out Have Fun .I."*). M ((7)) To Buy or TradeWE VACUUM CLEANERSPARTS 164 HO SEWING LAO Automatical MACHINE makea 0.$8 '.1 BEDROOM furnlahed apartmentAll .

GIRL wants work lIoun cleanln JORDAN TV Fancy atltrhea, sews oa. buttonamakea electric kitchen Very clean
Group Singing Call CT 33797. 2U-H&02 I buttonhole; ., doea everythingno ( I II I) Wanted To Rent I44 28th St. NW 214.1KI 11FVRNI8KED
BUY ui d appliance and furniture For TV Repair. Tranalator I attachment needed \
Cocktail Music WILL DO WASHING = Ironing; In and .. aril used appltaneaa Car Radio III.n.all..nl.ed A SERVICE: for Kirby. Flnnlehed In beautiful ebony satIn I room duplea
my. home. Ala baby altllni. and furnllura Brook Appliance Hoover. Electrolui and all other luggage type portable carrying Adulta' Na peti Eicellent neighborhood
Tunes Plrk up Deliver. Mra. Patterann. Furniture/ 2111 llaveadala Blvd 8 A H UREKN: UTAH Free pickup, delivery and aetl- caM with all control. Will take WANTED' I or 4-bedroom house CY 2-KI04 or CY I-IM4
Request 213-4177. 4.T 5-TI PS1TF matea REYNOI DS VACUUM I4KOO! each of '7.00 psymenball near public ...boo I.. unfurnlahed 17.TF
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EXPERIENCED mother will keep WE: BUY USED: CHIIDREN8 CY K>3ttS. Juna. 1 ----- -- - --- tact o. rail by June 121b. T.lo. FURBISHED: 4 room apartment
LAMOND'SReitaurant Infant In home CY I-MM. 4.7 SCOOTERS. C C. Scott. PO Boa CY H1J1.: 47II 440 W Orange 8* Lake Alfred
---- -- ACCORDION . Phone FU 2-1132 Also llghta waterfuralehed
-- UN llertow J4-Juna I '.....
GOOD worker. wtehea days .0.1& A.ult. only. 1.TF
|I.A| ) For Rervt Unf.
EFFICIENCY apartment air conditioned
--- Will pay hlhal caah rata for your
Reglalar for claw
Cypren Gardens WOMAN with I year old eon de- old gold. gild teeth diamonds now. or private PRINTERS : TV. Near North Gate
Initrucllona Give
Ro.d"I child
I your an opportunity and beach Orbit Motel.
aim housekeeping and to liven Jewelry. dining allvir old mine MO IthSt
CY ::161. M and ..1.1... Call CY for I-71M musical TOWN education MUSIC Marine Acceiaorlea CLOSE: OUT. NICE I bedroom unfurnuhed homeIn .. NW CY 2-IS7I i-TF
CKNTKR 40* Dlacount on allaceeeenrtea I I Si.! ,,",Iko... Beaaley Realty Co.
393.30593Nune n 2-July 'I j jPAItT while laat CY 2-2717 J6-TF FURNISHED I room apartment on

B"nl,'$ Jewelry ((5)) House Trailers ; .T"I- 1 FLORIDA DISTRIBUTORS WHOLESALE INC |; COMMERCE $ FOR LEASE: OR SALE a-bed- porch quiet, IU street 00 per, month Large. CY"tit 41608H In

((8) Automotive OBTa BEKILTI: 1117 Hatendale Blvd 233792314Jun. :: room 1-bath CB houae Completely
Id TIM" Street. (WH ) TIT THE: LOW .'0Tatavuti | INDUSTRY | I equipped kitchen Including dl...- .
TRAILERS ruR BALE: OR RENT. 14 wisher. paneled family room, carpeted A furnlahed bedroom with kitchenette
Block $oat8 W Poet Otne : DIBECTOtV:
lew and bath All utllltlea furnlvhed
or Deed Avary Trailer 1 OOYIRNMINT | living room, carporte large
OvaUty Watch aa4 Park, 1400 Haveadale. 21-1171 IBM IIERCVRY. Must .II. Call lot, many treea Near Elementary UOO per week. Call CY
II-TJ'' CY 841640 2H - - - : : School 23M Ave F NW CY M4812BEDROOM I-M02. MFURNISHED
JevelryALCOHOLtr Ra1ah \V'------- H
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1167 Great La..... Trailer I'--W: SPEEDOMETER Tachometer - \ apartment cloee-ln.
Two bedroom. Good condition. Lot Complata a rrlca and arty cabin : unfurnlahed louse YI''M per month Call W, P
17"11'. 17 No 4 Lake Alfred. Trailer Park I I. a, I Service, 1U 51h St. BW ((8)[ ) Automotive 1217 :2nd St.. NE: Near Lake Off CY 1-0404 or Rea CYW040
ANONYMOUSW4I44T: 1.7 ('Y4261.. 1TFIttO I ((9)) Business Opportunity \\_\ Silver ISO 00 a month. CY 321143.H: ---14-TT'
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VALIANT V-Ml. duor. A 'T \ - VERMONT LAKEFRONT log cabin
Meetlngi: Tuaaday, .15 P.M' WANTED TO BUY Bedroom Radio Heater. On. owner. law IMI FIYMOUTH Sedan. I 1M1 I BEDROOM unfunloh.A duplexktthm and/or guest houea fully
County Health DepartmentLET WM.YI """".. Call evening mll a.r kirrllunt condition ('all Metrnpolllan Hardtopa. U Intereated HK!. 2220 Ave F, equipped Weekly, monthly. Mra.
V8 SELL .,: 34.4JM or 2M-M41 3J-TF phune _CY:. a-2127' between 100 I For Sale S I IX NW, 'It Realty Co CY 3310734TI Harold Nicely Caaplaa' LakeUreenaboro .
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your .palming er any kind of handicraft . lU An. A. 1TW 2H-S22t ti -
work on a commlaaloa ba.... lass ITARCintF FontlM with radl WellEstablished TWO bedroom. unfurnbhed house ONE: or 2-bedroom apartmenta orw01
Local phon. HJ-14M or write The 1" and automatic tranemlaelonKid 'A } ..v./ I 1X04 llth IM board I gentlemen or 2 ladlee
K R. Crowder Co. 131 K, Stuart ,:. mechanical" order 113100.mlSJl I par m..nth. Call I .hNnae..I 4-T I rY 4-1221 4-T

..... LUa Walaa. 1-11 CHEVROLET SALES FAIR ._ ,.I Major 011 Co. ----

FOR SALE 114. Old.moblle. "It'a
(I.BJLwniUpTofiOO) a runner" Flrat offer ever IM 00
.. U. CY II7M MINI ServiceStation

CHEVROLET: H to. pick-up
Estate Loans
Real deluae cab RAH and epot llcht'
Good condition Can .be eeen at 1962 BUICK INVICTA 1963 RAMBLER I
OB v.eaat M Improved .1147 Itk M. ... CY ....71 or CY
a aloelag oats temp Properly MHO. Jt-TF Centrally located 4 DR. HT. AMBASSADOR i
IB dead or legal deacrlplkmwe ---- - l
your alee make 2nd _...... FOR BALE: IMT\ Chevrolet Belalr Modem Equipment, well Fully equipped including air ""0" 13.000 actual mil...
molt loaaa completed: the sine err. V.0 Black and. white One own I locked
day a.4 aonndeatlal I toot, era Phona 2IMTJT. 4-T Phone $2,195 $2,195
'I'SIIMAN Rcoolr, buddy oral,
Domestic 'Loan I.3454.new that', aew time. oo. CV CY 3-0500 1962 T.BIRD 1960 CHEVROLET

.. A std 8UC8J mr MM cr ttiu INS F>1RD ,11.110O- 4-door Hardtop lo.d.d. 4 Dr. Biscayne

t;>. ellent Nftdll'1'1 M 00 410 $2,795
4- PIt "' IM-UtT: M $995

Business 1961 CADILLAC

((2)) Help Wanted ((8(8-A) Business Property OpportunityCombination 4 DRe SDe HT. 1961 CORVAIR Clean 4 Dr.

Brand Chevrolet D.VllLE low mileage,
New 64 -
CONSULTANTS to aell Lualer Coamelka apartment and $995'
Polk Count*' We train Office Rental Fully equipped Inc factory air
marine buiineit close to
furnlali kit Write PO Bo* anti.: FULL SIZE STATION WAGON

Orlando.. 11-* Sleek Ne, 111 Model 1IJ1 MODERN 3 paneled air conditioned Winter Haven and located $2795 1953 STUDEBAKER
on the Chain: of Lakei Ttil
Ti,,'... fl<... peer. ,... .i...'... 1.......) wieei-.ele1. wiper offices Suitable for professional It a fin opportunity for an 1959 CADILLAC 4 Dr. SPTe CPE.
weiker 4.Mete* a'. lend,,tiaamf. federal,. men, ,accountants

SERVICEMAN pewef iteeim,. a.il
I.,yl e...i".. ed tte! end. all atnei. facarf 53215 parking In rear Located 239 to make an excellent Entra clean.
wi i
6e.4a .i''''.,,'. real estate Investment .
Pp.rtunity A Third St.. SW cross from
Or. (* atkert re ckeeea freea) $1,995
loading Exchange Bank parking lot and at the tame time to
Prevloui route 1960 FORD GALAXIE
ganliation. purchase a going business

oiporlofrco) helpful, but notnecotiary. l Call Owner The Income U well divert!. 1960 PLYMOUTH 4 DR. HT.

App Clllt with fled with ample provision FURY SPT. CPE.

neat aftftearonco, Initiativ CY 4-2444' for growth Total price U Fully equipped Illc. air. $995

and wlllingnoii to work 3-S 17900 and terms can be factory

car advance within our arranged For further infer E51395 1962 CHEVROLET

organliatlon.( Good Incen. (9)( ) Business OpportunityWANTED nation contact: BELAIR 4 ORe

five pay arrangement.Broad of 0"' .. I, !MIKE NOLEN 1961 RAMBLER 2 DR. Nice clean car

program 21. Partner In mr .ewae 51,495
bea.lits.tqe LEIS $895
IS. Only applicant who JH.JP LatIn, Lake 4ieFOR EALTOI512tt
CM withstand thorough I I TEAS OLD SITE fUR Stalk St, NW

Invoitlgatlen need appfy. AI_, ._Ale..i. r.ram hnturos aid IIW'b Will cheap sell (Op,"" N.rta Gate) OIL HALL BUICK CO.

For Appointtnvnl CT .1111 141-4. I mjin
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Telephone CY 4-3201 I EASE: Teaato S.rvlcStalk
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((12)) For rW, Furn.j ((12-C) Mortg.g lo.nlH'UUUU..O ((13)I ) RM| Estate For Sale! ((13)) Real Estate For Sell !' ((13)) Real Estate For Sale! i ((13)) ReJ Estate For S.U I((13)) Real Estate For SUIM ((14-A) Lob & A fMfI.AKHHIONT .

bedroom unfuntlahad bouM1M1 I
:x.Rrdnsm I hath horn with well Follow suns from I 8'
turnWwd. UT Mar- krianl fr.....ly painted OwnrrMtllm lion. lake Alfred 1
bedroom q Mortgage 3M feet JAtal :;
Monty highway frontage by ,
laws Dr.. SB: $90M m, NOT TOO FAR OWNER for I.--. than 110.OM In order ery Pnv rtle. *. Pll ..
TOO feet build ..,.. :3-TV
ppr** deep CB ti imtnmllatelr barn M rt I in p m
3 bedroom unfuralafiad hou*.. 1173rd Costs Art Difftr.nt BUT tag M i 30 has office. 'lllIm ritnm t-s la goat aeUrhborh4
.. "_Fb,1 10.U) mo. parts must aell very Bit 1 Br Ranch Near .hoola. tow. lak 110 run BALK lab. Iielss 1"tm'
dft. reetrooma, pump fc well. ITth II. NK: i-V 1CY M.1 on new black .y N" I
. if your home ouaUS style home kwatwd at TV6 AM. Ml an deep. Oak water
Atbtrtom Realty-S4i W. Central t Swtabfo for Jiffy Store Laundry 4TTHJUtC
ties for > L, SB!: Owner will be at above eltrlclty =009U
CY 4-H84 a 25-year IH(, --- I .
Ae. or Garage Located on old TE: .
Interest raw loan without \ address FrI., Sat. Sunday. No T I
STFBEDROOkf ti Lakeland t r Haven road at : HUDKOOM; > MATH. ALL Dr : _
1 -n'y aervic charge, 'a'\ phone . Any reasonable can MUCK MOMS paneled llvlncre
entrance. to Sun Acre. No reatrictiona *..v largo FlarM iwam. utility UAHIIB Put_ Uri . W wal'
> furnlaBed apartmaatoil why thouldnt you be... V offer or trade wHI b. aerieuelyronaidered ,I all bull-Il erfroHl "*. North
Sllrer Driveumm.r it e $11500. Good financing :r'kllr= -w. : :JJ JLJJJ" .
lake fit from the . H7.1 . t.rraaln .. Roar lake 1 }
saving > !n
MS 00 a roonlk. Call CY MTT or S | 1951117 ............... Pep wator and .
CY MaM MTI X more and more people S STBKTTkH ety Sawn ....... city ........ CLEARED ,... buMlnr ao I 140nj.BBY"s '
art unn our promot, V EDNA WATSON. REALTOR . .... to all nAsol10001 Iowa A of 7""
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I BEDROOM air conditioned IHah- (4000 InOIIlh CY 1-IIIl II.Tr 'IIa
1 to EASY to $1117118ILL
.i and linen If deilred Near courteous mortgage services t', ':M! (th St., NW. WlnKr, Have. -- --- -
quality kvia) homo I hodn -
8h; Plata llll Ith 9l.E.. CY no obligation X JUST RIGHT for retirement Phone CY 4.4141 OWN Paneling, Glass and ] bath Vta room, dinette STAY Cats thla summer In your
HTM MtT X Located on Lake Elisabeth Privacy ran be yours In this ,'h''I'lc' kltokaa a..llanoeo awl J central cimdltloaed home Carpet .
TOWN A COUNTRY SI I' ..,.,... central host. aoak SM OORM
FlUE ad SECOND FLOOR Drive in Eloise Wood, this : ._____ ._ air conditioned, 1 btd1'OOt1I > draMand hardwood floor
cedar lined cloeeta deeo
added featrrwle
... fof Sall
APARTMENTS t MORTGAGE: CORP home with 2 Urge bedrooms J-BEDROOM I bath home Mar Cy- bath home with AWARD WIN. :.I.r. irriiatloB. .baoullNlly laaain make thla t-kedroom. a.bath Aloe ha" . I0-.s. a
CY '11'
.I An. B lad riret NW Bailable ) pews Harden Larfe najieled NING DESIGN, Built.ina and .. '....1 wilt many ekruk aid trait homo more appealing A HUM |>*n. cheap.
m - -
....... Low Magnolias Florida room overlooking terraced . .
lee s/stirs or year a Florida room, bulH-ln kitchenIMwaahcr it Hfdured raue* below Caa4rlp clod famll li" mom overlook* the
mead rate U take by Jaly let back . 1 utility room.. double, drapes are included ALL TODAY 1"r and offer TIPt0RR&Ral
S nm yard, delightful kitchen i l 'ii tour Inaoeetlon labs Your address will be lie W etLake A
Call Ow.... , a9laii eat. Ma with built-ins rarporto. sprmhl.r.yst.m. J-TJIO for an appointment to are'! dull I" *tl> 81 NK CY HON M Bwkrtr an .
t.ro ,**.! sly 11111.r IYMM1. S air con s-T --- ..NU. ii C. C. SCMV PO.no
U..o U oo ) O dittoner and draperiea And I ---- ----- .- --. IIM ...110.. _14June i


CYPRESS: GARDENS 1> tt; : Central heat A air, SE location leatlng city lovely!: maano.ary canal at ear Af a private

FuraUhed APARTMENT bedroom apartment, ((13)) R..I Estate For Sal.I l. $14,900Ask down.payment, no qualifying .NPl.tyoln' Ilillrrnt and Rydlrmont . for home retire in roupt mhl i>n>pertte
air conditioned Clooo la low and on three bedroom, 1 bath concrete OR couple tarn llvtaaroom. dtnaalcovr -
tall Howard. CY "1M2. t-TT U zee. this TODAY? block home Built in C.E. norida room I Ian
ONLY oven & tangle Urge lot. Good I WARREN: SECKIU: Realtor Will build to suit your needa 9 balk, terraeao Revs, ((19)) Card Of Thanks
nr*T* nh lame etorue nip-
I A I Bedroom apartment on 1.1te. I AiieciiUt tu.: I'k 291704 : .,
neighborhood board dr>i>m carpet. refrweratorwaahlnc

IMOO I aof.rH:a month weekly,and rate up Including: Sierra. ONE OF A KINDbut f)=C;.. meota of $90 D&I;::: : : I W llf'en! II. Whllry VrKrynodi' Tl tV SIMS 1SIOSlmt SIS article mm m.. liHtad'ktne and Ib many Work other from Mrs. John M,, Il.rv.y and family
17 North T Tr will
Court ante taxes, drop approximately roll rnumi and lake Can be shawl i wish to express to neigh-
for \\ M. llud n ('V JTJM 1-IIIIOlttlll. fUlh. rturMar Mytlme III T on n m It OdfvlewCINI. I II
there till several kinds 10% after qualifying ton and friend, their sincere
are ) ,3163' line tliry CV 11IJJNKKOM >Mim modem "IHMM wHh aevarale ., N">: CY 5.a.nik 11
BEDROOM apartment Ground of 2.3 Ic 4 bedroom homes available -- I homestead exemption Drive byat (iioet haiiaji. Pt ljf o* shady appreciation for the klndiMM

floor\ ..L 1 NK'A 1 bedroom houe 17.TP ou6AM in GARDEN GROVE . WARREN SECKEL Realtor I 540 17th St.. NE then phoneCY .1. at fruit 117 Ireea wo OwMr IWMiW being under traaamrmdIMI market they received following the

Som. of these are builder mod. .$. 1-3W to see interior 41 h m m IM ((13-A I ) Groves death of Mr. lUrvty. A special

FOR HOUSES . APARTMENTS elf now for sale at special --- I 12TF : : ) note of thanks to Rev. August
. FURNISHED . UNFURNISHED I Couple la maintain furnMied ...... .UAHllH t B .M UOM Bernthil. Dr. Wm. Steel. and
SMOO and up ATKINS pricei FOR BALE BY OWNER 1100 DOWN : room hum" ckw-ln. and May ullllUt I '-....11 t-B with bMlIMn iMrhenlar II ACRE Maluro env. MuuelalsLk.
REAL ESTATE. 130 Ave E A Julia Very nice I year old conrrvle blork I BR I loath. CB Near 8dawI In enchant for ruwvWmi hula .. welded .... ........ "n. ejuproalmataly Park aroa Val. orange. the John Crisp Funeral Horn
Bt 8E. 17-June K PERSONALIZED FINANCING horn. I.Bedrooma. f III* balks. I Chattel. MfTomlc Kef Broker Ar hItIII odIoot lit...... IHHW). 4'.aaMMh tlRHVlCOOIKR : ,. 5M9101 P'R MRS. JOHN HARVEY
large family room. kltehnn squlpprd MS-MM I ftIofIo_ ..........l. Call CY 4MI.I KBAL eVrATIC Lake .." LAkE A T'.rL
Drive out today er call 21)-Z517 eondltbolng with :: e-Jun T ., Alfred. Ml.IMA. 11TH 00. REAL & FAMILY
FURNISHED ODe bedroom cotUlt heat r-"m-: : chain .link fence. writ I - ----
on lake. Adults only. 175.00 month JOHN Q. WOOD and pump for economical IrritationLane _
2MJM7 4-7 M' x IM' IM UAKBVIEW lllttlllllllllllllllllllllllHIIIIIIIIIHl' v' s\_
Juat 400 to Lake Cannon and fond t
BARGAIN & ASSOC. Inc.D.eel.per.BaBkn flKhlnr Ha rlly lane I11Mrd 131 \ Just Listed I 41t1
81., NV.. hione 2t ti.l. 4-' 51044 1,,
l-Bedroom fumlihed duplex ISO 00
a month Call CY "1731. 6-11 JTFFAMILY | Spacious ) llI

Beautiful New Homes
MODERN I room duplei Nice' Family Home i.
yard, conveniently located town HOME 4-bedrooma. very SHELL OR FINISHED 1LIMO
lake Adult Ml Are B. NW' 1TFHOUSE modern lame lot Well landscaped, On Your Lot I E with :is I
Separate undrr ground Irrt .I\oD.
for rent Furnished. un- Fruit Tree Term with owner t- IV i If Swimming Pool I '
furnished olllh..... Ideal for BEDROOM oa I kit*. Can.be-emall-. Complete 100%" financed = lie Piedmont Drive U EI
niupto 1 working flrla. or gentlemen. trailer-park Only 110000ATKINI plan . Payments as BUSK' j
Clean. 2ISJ4U 3M REAL ESTATE low as $2100 per mo jf
CY 4-111I Cooper Estates |
FURNISHED I.bedroom (newly SMun 11 f
conveniently located I
painted) home '
Mil H.v e n d a I. Blvd Be Sure With Jan E This la the opportunity E ( (

lrroened-In. Contact porch Leo, Juohndon: ; utllitmom. MU Summer Retreat = for the young family to =

H7U Lakeland. U Call now for appointmentJan E have apace for all the fun E

100' 150'L.kdront Tomes E of Informal living without E
ROOM entrance FOR and RENT private with bath prlval Clan Enterprises E disturbing the beau EI 'I I OAAWOOOIT V'mi FNOM THE TTTT1 r I I 'BOO HOC MOO HAr'R 1'34 L..AaT TIME" '
I Ia. CY 4-2331 3TIB lot on Lake Marion R.E. A BONDED BROKER of the Eiu I WHAT'A TeIIMFAN11i HAPPY KXJH" r SNMT VOy WAIO you wen. BORROW
ty formal aide of
.: / FROM A
ft. Haw Trailer. electric and . Nice urea started on property General ContractorDay *. iE Ty_ ( THCaiel MATCH SI RUT Nt4/T r'ifJtl rt* OLD LONA
water fumbled $1000 per week west shore area. Good POUND INrtXIH < RIAi W DtJT WeN4 We'SL
CY 4-2SOJ. M road only IT miles from Win 293-0658 Nlte 293-0672 arrLOOKING Entry foyer traffic... 's ; ( lUXKf T? THE TOWN f

ter Haven Beat the beat. good --- JE living room formal dining 3S

((12-A) For SaU or Rent Uihlng Only W.J50 It terms if FOR A HOME: = room, 1 large bedrooms ( t I

desired IJA4 bedroom Home lakrfront. = 2tt baths, plus a E s : jl
Contact Chuck B Frovnik. . E small room with varied <
AS Niles Wk-ende 211..11. 14 E poiiibUitleaS V5'IIANWI. ._
BM let.*. C**.*.J..r s - --- 4 S a -, J'

BEDROOM HOMES FOR T14-H let sty NW. '*'.2717 SOUTHEAST LOCATION Hugh family room with
RENT OR LEASE option or .II- = patio entrance la next to h J

file . CAREFREE COVE An eaeepllonalty neat retirement I E the kitchen gives theE E I 't-"
home. walking dlatance to all r
. Just north of City heath Better Homes & Gardens arhool and town I bedroom I younger membera of theE E z... .... ---
. 5 minutei iboppinf Per baths. wall lo wall carpet la living family a wonderful place E 4 t yur.c7 .
and dialnn room. home I* fully E ._ ..
fed family location . Se them FIU'BI.hH Modd Home OPEN air conditioned. haa Fla 1'00IIa.d of their own -- -- _-- .---
today . DAILY FROM IS P.M. IB den For appointment to eee call I E for -
appointment to are -f TQHTO nor fine re, A7 i s
CALL I. LOLA BUSH, Assoc. | E call a ( Of rnro MIN HMO OM9 A'ft* N5,t 1L4m..Nr y
2944254aTF PHONE 'Y3.25$4 i IWAVL ffHIHO UM' r Ms DOrrvrM 7AAli' in/45 SCi was N, eWI
l L AcJ) WOOD.)( | ELEANOR IGLEIURT \ MI vx i0T '"

EDGAR T. HALES | bvea. A Sun. CY 4 Ill! { A At.'AAA'
FOR SALE OR RENT I Bedroom role '
unfural.hd home Rent *7* REALTOR rMAef

per Low down paymentA Ralph For appointment abowtaf call III Ave. A. SW CY Hut TOWN COUNTRY
take ever payment* 101 t,
M. Aubumdal 21..10 monunjeefera M3U17. CY S43I2 I
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Jamaica Shorts 2.47 W..ath..r-proof.strong web,lemur comfort
Canvas Sneakers for Big and Little Girls i GLASS WINDOW
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Polyvinyl molded sole Sun 8 to 3 and 4 to 10 I* 12.88
Foam padded or redwood
I'slsCotton Plisse Gowns, Pajamas rj I Steel-Wall Liner
Cool,washable print.,pslele.No4ron.34.40, lew/ Shirt 12.88
Prep Boys' Regatta
OAT, otannackghM 67 Reinforced, calvarmed iteel. 8 ft by20in. Sale 24.88
,cool comfortable cotton knit 818 IPennleigh .
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ULTZII rA/ill{ Prep Boys' Cotton Polos
Acetate Tricot Briefs and tolidi,machine 77 c Latex Foam Bed Pillow
Fancy Bluer itripet washable.8.18. 2 97 .
Sale 44111eIAAll 3 .M A< Lace trim Runproof.White pastels to 8. p'S doorChromeplated
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OAT, Purchase Bathing I Cap Children's Aluminum Folding Chair Foam backed' ,easy to clean,non-ikid.Colorful. 74c control
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cotton mualm Sanforised...elasti-

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Cool,washabl.print.pastelaNo-Iron.3/. i eO/ igh' Prep Boys' Regatta Shirt 12 08
ALT, Boa 67 Reinforced' galvanized ileel. 8 ft.by 20 in. Sale 24.88
nerklme.cool comfortable cotton knit. 818. I.
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Latex Foam Bed Pillow
Acetate Tricot Fancy Briefs Blaier stri|_and solids,machine washable. 6-10 II O O7
Sale 44siewuuiiT < Lace trims. Runproof.hitepa.tela,5toA. 3 pn.$I Acetate challis cover' tips off....ily. JL. f Warming oven pianohined *

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87c Many print.,colon,textures. 2-6X. W pF S. I adjustable meat fork
OverMouse or urk-in style. Machine wash. 3238.Special .
4 PC. Place Mat Sets 6-level firebox for heat
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