Lakeland ledger
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00079940/00018
 Material Information
Title: Lakeland ledger
Alternate Title: Lakeland evening ledger
Physical Description: v. : ill. ; 60 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: The Ledger Pub. Co., Inc.
Place of Publication: Lakeland Fla
Creation Date: March 22, 1964
Frequency: daily[<1964>-1967]
daily (except saturday)[ former <1942-1963>]
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Lakeland (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Polk County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Polk -- Lakeland
Coordinates: 28.041111 x -81.958889 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began Feb. 21, 1941.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 43, no. 147 (Jan. 15, 1967).
General Note: "Independent."
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 18, no. 198 (Apr. 9, 1942).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000398944
oclc - 02733776
notis - ACE4553
lccn - sn 83016281
System ID: UF00079940:00018
 Related Items
Preceded by: Lakeland evening ledger and star-telegram
Succeeded by: Ledger (Lakeland, Fla.)

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By TOM HUGHES Before long Sunset Avenue it He made a lasso and ligator by looping the rope fours, swished his tail and
t Ledger Stiff Writer became the most popular roped the alligator' aroundthe over his neck tried to bite the man. The alligator .

Resident of Sunset Avenue spot In town. snout. In the meantime, a neighbor missed, but that was
had a tort of touchy An alligator being shown At first the alllgatoV didn't had called the Florida .
a S problem Friday afternoon so much attention could hardly seem to mini He lay In Game Commission the end of the stick probing.

The problem was how to pass the opportunity up, so the sun and blinked. Then Keiner had added *xira security Still the children crowded i
handle an S'/i foot alligator he huffed and puffed hissed be decided the rope W ass by arming himself witha (from a good distance)

w which had crawled from Lake and spit and, la general, noylng and did something stick The alligator kept around the alligator, which .
Mr" Bdnny, walked up the ave threw his weight around. about it. One quick J jerk of blinking his one good eye. was getting more Irate by t
P nue and planted Itself in It didn't take long for his long, pointed hea i front of a home at 1238 Sunset neighbors to realize that the quick Hall of Ms toil let Keiner poked the,alligator ment.
Ave. alligator was not only a persons gathered at the scene with the stick The normal The children didn't think I

Children playing in the area nuisance, but he' was also a know he didn't like to be reaction for anything being he was so terrible though, I

.., found the alligator and danger tied.Kiener poked with a stick Is to let some took pity on him.
u'' screamed George M. Kiener of 1230 tried again, this the person know they don't "Oh look," said one "his
Parents came running Sunset Avenue was the first time with a little more ,success like It. The alligator did If.If.and

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UNITED NATIONS, N.Y. (AP) \t,, ;''-\it::\" dent Johnson made a personal
-Th. Soviet' Union stressed Sat. move Saturday to try to ge|

MountingIn urday Itfarould never help talks with Panama back on the
I EditorlOf Ledger; for the 1 Congo and Middle lt't. 't track. -*

East fo Jl'and hinted that any Johnson walked unannounced
IndiaNEW Into a routine briefing being
challeng r te Its General Assembly ; ; .

Hamm SuccessorHarris break vote up ont the that United account Nations might : 7r: "t A.en held Reedy by by reading press and secretary surprised a detailed George report state

DELHI, India (AP) A government statement Issued r ment of his attitude toward the

The tinderbox that is India Is G. Sims, editor of The Ledger the past 24 by the Soviet delegation Panama dispute.

exploding with bloody fury In a years, yesterday announced his resignation in orderto added that If any effort was Johnson said: "We are prepared .
dozen places.! Great trouble may made to withdraw Its "we
become professor of journalism at Florida South to review every Issue
be ahead.
be to reconsiderour
ern College.His may obliged which divides and
now us every
could Bitter religious wholesale strife that retirement from The Ledger became ef.HAnlS attitude toward United Nations I' "+. RI problem which the Panamanian
ignite massacre activities"The saki y i.
festive yesterday government wishes to raise. W,
has broken
out in widespreadareas.
t He will be succeeded, International Court of are prepared to do this at anytime
Border with Pak.
J Justice ,hll ruled against the8nvtetosIon and ..nyace.."
istan Is heating up, increasingthe Clev Himm Jr., a former saying these' are .
danger of war. .member of ThrvTampp! ('\Tegmmam ,.pe.... which muat' .s-WexwVturaas Yaaw' .
bune staff who Joined'The. Although 'j'ohntxmVn ... \
\ L1ast be borne *y all member*. ,
\( At 81 .KBMiiHMMMr! > Ledger last November as statement a* s wt \m** Bot t. \
The Soviet statement said any U.S. fcoWcy tey ghrasee ape y
\ In the past week. Hindu and managing editor
'groundless charges" promptedby
peared to be luttlclentty vigue
Moslem mobs have In the
fought Sims became editor of The I I
Moscow's position would be to leave ample room for mini ",
central and eastern sections of Y5 Ledger after having served regarded as "an unfriendly act Released Reds talks.
the country Nobody knows the 12 years on the faculty of towards the USSR" American Flier By eWer In any settlement t
actual death toll! but at least 89 Florida Southern He was Initial Panamanian reaction
persons were killed and hundreds head of the "department of Others May Lena tint U. HrM W. Welch, rUM l by Ik* CcmmvithH, !It.. *it ttntekw .Iserd U. 1 A I r was favorable.

.'' injured.The i Journalism and assistant to The government said It would Farce Ile. .t Has,,.,.r *lrp.r I* (brawnr. Wilck. 24, sstlva l f Ditnlt/ was .* *f' shot S Miguel Moreno, Pansms'sambaassdor I
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central' government the president like to make "absolutely clear"It Air /.ran fltor* .h.e due aver gcrf Garstsay March to the OrgaiUMfloft
Curing his years at the College would regard any actions to the pluss l sad will I* r*.M4 far s fractured ha sad mr. The hie .5 fcto tote MirifM was mikmmiAP of American States, said lie

(Turn to Page 2-A Column J) he was also Florida edl. take away the Soviet vote "as ( Wlnpkct vIa sable from Hant/arc> 4)'
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If") uLMmmmmjummmmimPoint I tonal correspondent and feature the action of those who do not' dr.
writer for The New York care for the United Nations and
BarrowPostmaster Times. who do not take Into account Russians Free One

He is a graduate of Florida the prospect of Its breakup as
.Ir Southern and of the Stetson the result of such actions"

University law school, The Soviet Union Is one of 18 ,
Of American Fliers
To Get: EditionThe .a and has been a member of countries that stand to lois their

the Florida Southern board votes In the 113-nation assemblynext f 91 a

postmaster In lonely G. SIMS of trustees 32 years. .._... fall.__ if a.. controversial p financial andarm.
I HELMSTEDT, Germany (AP) ment of I fractured leg
of the charteris
Point Barrow, Alaska, Isn'table provision
Civic Church leaderHe .
-Lt. Harold W. Welch, one of f
to taste a Florida orange, applied. This provision, Article ..trA
but he's going to read about Is a past president of 19, says any UN. membertwo three U.S. Air Force fliers shot The fate end whereabouts of

citrus, and about the people, the Lakeland Klwanls Club years behind In Its dues down over East Germany, was his two comrades Capt. David
products, climate and terrainof and the Lakeland Roundtable "shall have no vote" unless the I. Holland, Holland Minn, and
reunited with his fellow countrymen
.Y Melvin J. Kessler, Philadelphia
of Capt.
Imperial Polk County. and has been chairman assembly finds Its non-payment
the board at College Heights here Saturday after being -: were unknown. Theyare
f A citrus grower received a stems from conditions beyond
pathetic note from the Point Methodist Church Its control. held by the Communists believed to be uninjured.

Barrow official asking If someway Florida Southern conferred Diplomatic sources' said the since March 10. Welch,. a navigator on the
couldn't be found to ship the honorary degree of doctor United States and Britain soughtto The other two fliers remainedIn plane, was accompanied In the
1945. Communist hands. Welch, 24, ambulance by Col. John A. Hen-
I a few fresh oranges Since the of laws upon him in head off a showdown over
| tiny village above the Arctic P Last year he was the Lake- this article in a private talk a native of Detroit, had been nesien Jr., chief of surgery at t
: Circle far removed from any lander chosen for the Ex. with the Soviet delegation hurt In parachuting from the Wiesbaden Hospital who had s 1At
established transport no way change Club's Golden Deeds March 8. plane. visited the Injured pilot twice In
could be found to ship the Citizenship Award A blue U.S. Air Force ambu- Magdeburg and had twice re
fresh oranges. They said the two proposed lance that brought him from a,quested his release from the
In connection with his announcement
that the Soviet Union pay part
in the were
Soviet hospital Rusiians Both requests
however army
grower of retirement
and Middle East '
of its Congo town of Magde the time they were
German denied at
down Into his pocket
to dig lEast
from The Ledger, Sims said: assessments and accept a compromise
(25 cents ls all it takes), and burg, rolled through the fog made..
editor of The the Security
"My as giving
of the years shrouded Western checkpointon not permittedto
lend Instead) a copy Newsmen were
Ledger have been years of Council more power as against autobahn In Helmstedt,
Polk County Decade for Decision : the speak with either Welch or
enjoyable experience for me. the General Assembly to start
Progress Edition to be refueled and carried Welch to rlennewen' in Helmstedt.
"It has been a pleasure to new peace-keeping operations, Air .
a published by The Ledger next Hannover Airport. There an Those who saw Welch transferred
Saturday. serve during these recent and creating a U-natlon assem. Force plane picked him up and from 'the ambulance to Wlr.hote
At least It win take the Bar months of transition from one bly committee with big power took him to the U.S. Air Force
Wiesbaden for treat (Turn to Fag SoA.Column 1) Pleated With Her Work
dim to Page 2>Af Column I) CLEVE HAMM JX. (Ton to Page So'", Column (TIn to Page 2-A, Column J) hospital

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Frieda a chimpanzee who Is a painter In her ewe
of the traditionalist school
right, obviously Is a disciple
I BERNARD GAVZER arsenal of knives brass knuckles Los Angeles, Newark, San Fran- blackjack and suffered a fractured get away with It. of art. During a visit to a Beverly Hills art gallery she
I By cheekbone. Police patrol The Rev. Carl A. Fuqua, executive
such headaches and
Associated Press WriterA makeshift revolvers chains clsco- encountered this modern Impressionistic painting,
substitute teacher In Chicago and other weapons. as besetting Chicago, New York five schools. secretary of the Chicago her reaction left little doubt about her views. The
who needs the money and They know from experience of and Detroit. What are the reasons? branch of the NAACP, argues chimp's artistic ability was utilized recently when she

could work every day will only schools where children no longer The problem isn't confined to Answers Vary that the Intense Interest" in produced a large painting for her movie debut. On
of mischief! byyounll.terI violence Is ,mokescreen"
the usual sort school
take assignments two or three have any respect for school Page 2-B you'll find the rags to riches story of the young
The 'answers depending attention from
such as minor prop vary to divert
adults where
authorities for ;
or laser beam and
week. who Invented the startling new
times a scientist
playing hookey or upon who makes them. basic problem of racial In
the Idea children are apt to talk back erty damage the
"I'm Just terrified at saung! instructors It Is alarming "There Is an extreme degree equality. now heads his ewa mult(million dollar firm. On 1.YOll'11 .\
of going to some schools,"so I and swear and destroy proper- because it shows an Increasing of correlation between the area find out about Good Friday services planned In

don't accept assignments she ty.The vandalism adds a tremendous assault upon the traditional of assaults and the boycotting Says Conclusion Wrong Lakeland, on (-B to s review ef the gubernatorial years i'

says. other cost to school upkeep. symbol of authority-the teacher of classes," says Benjamin C. William P. Moore, president of LeRoy Collins and en J-A you'll go with an AP reporter
It Is a fear expressed and by New Even In one of the big cities Willis, superintendent of Chicago of the Teachers for Integrated who finally got a Russian efflclal to admit that
teachers In Chicago where officials say there has Chicago At least 45 assaults schools Schools, Chicago, accused Willis aU medicine In the USSR Isn't free These are Just a I

York and Detroit around and see two been no upsurge In school violence upon teachers In the Sept.-Feb. Willis thus tied the trouble to of "sensationalism and distor few el the Interesting and informing articles Ia today's
They look teacher such: as Boston the period one more than recorded school boycotts organized as tion" and characterized Willis'sstatement Ledger.Amusements.
pupils mauling a he told breakage last year cameto during the previous entire part of civil rights campaigns. as: "An obvious attempt
against a wall because glass had Oct. 22, the civil rights
noise in a record S100.COO. Other property school year. Chicago has two: to smear ,
them to stop teacher making fending off damage attributed to vandals New York City: In six schooldays 1963. and last Feb. 23 movement and Its fight for Integrated ...... 10-0 Dear Abby .......... 11-B
the hall; a 17 In the future, a lot education for
chair thrown at him by a boy amounted to $80,000. last month there were "Sometime quality ". Bridge .................. 12-B Editorials .....,"., 4-A'
a reached a assaults upon teachers. Attack- of people are going to regret all children In Chicago
take off his hat New York's bill .. .......... 5-D ..... 8-D
.....who was told to record $1.2 million, with $999,210 ers used knives, chairs, bottles the bad advice given to children In Detroit ageneral rise In Citrus .... Horoscope ... ...
I and coat; I teacher seriously a going to replace broken glass. fists, teeth-anything that could ," Willis said.A teen-age violence and crime has Classified ....? 7-11-D Sports ............" 1-4-D

stabbed when reprimanding in helping an- Average cost of window "Inflict Injury. similar concl"sl was led to a special Investigation by Comics ............ 10-11-B Stocks-Financ ...-B

boy; another cut off a 15.I $3.Other Detroit: Since September. In echoed by a New York teacher Samuel Olsen, Wayne County Crossword Puzzle 11-B Women ....... .... 1-1J-C'
other teacher fight pane cities have had similar one high school alone, there) whose dress was torn In a scuf This came after a
big prosecutor. Death .. ....... 2-A Weather Map '" 5-A ,
I year-old. hear about troubles but none of those have been 23 Instances of physical fle. She said the New York year-old boy was stabbed for
The teachers in an Associated Press assault including one In school boycotts showed pupils
school where a shakedown ana Philadelphia Boston which a teacher was .hit with a thefr could break the law and .(Turn to Page 2-A, Column 1)
among teenagers survey .

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A LAKfLAND LELSuTh22.SI r U.N. Dun Johnson Moves To 1 Kelly Would Protect Consumer;

Sims Retires As I .

IrritatesRussians Open Panama Talks Farmer On Milk Price Policy

Editor Of By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS with his dashboard signal that'tend to go right on showing the

Ledger; ; would have to study the Johnson In discussing his Panama State Sen. Scott Kelly of Lakeland indicates whether the landmigear lorida voters how these two
: devoted their
I statement but commented "It's(statement Johnson said at one candidate for governor was down his office said. have entire ener-

what we have been writhing for point, "I want everyone to know said that he opposed The plane landed safely Hehe'Ja gina In the past four years to

Hamm Successorownership participation} to arrange the fInancIng -since January." [our position and I think this retail Saturday milk price-fixing but favored political rally on the street building up such machines

Johnson said he was sendinghis helps" j price controls for dairy In Jacksonville Sen Jack Fred Dickinson began the

Nil Reply Yet statement to Juan flautists LB1 Hopeful farmers. Mathews said he would continue[daY'1 activities with a private
do Lavalle chairman of the courthousesquare to charge two of his opponents, meeting at the Diplomat Hotel In
of The Ledger to schols In that city and In La- The Informant* said the Soviet Johnson laid he Is' hopeful Speaking to a
Hallandale and then
council, the OAS who has been audience of about 600 InCrestview. Mayor Burns and Fred 0 Dickinson went to Hoi-
another, Belle before moving to Bar- delo atlonl/ had not yet had Mos [that the method outlined In his
chosen to try to mediate the dls- said I dairy of West Palm Beach with lywood, where he opened his
'Pit Cowles, the new publisher tow with his In 1938. Kelly
parents cow's reply to this proposal. But statement can be the basis for I headquarters there
Is applying himself to Ha was graduated from Bar- the statement seemed to heralda a settlement of American-Pan farmers have 85 per cent of the operating "self-serving political officiallyime ,
been Later he new to West
has Palm
machines. There
hit big responsibility with tow High School and obtain. total investment in Florida'sdairy
rejection. amanian IssuesDespite .
vigor and enthusiasm and I ed a bachelor of science degree The Unlited States and most rt: ., ; 41."W4' today's disagreements Industry. He said that distributors -walling and gnashing of teeth Beach for meetings with cam-
I have 15 cent Investment over the blunt manner In which paign workers and then returned
am sure The Ledger will bea from the University of other contend that a per
said "the
countries I he common demand :ii hurled these charges" at a civ- to Broward County for a tour of
better and better news. Florida School of Journalism.A "Yet they are
Congo Middle East dues '
ajnd Interests which unite
values and
pute. De Lavaile moved at once ic club In Miami Friday, Math shopping centers. Last night hemet
paper, serving Lakeland and Navy veteran, he Is serving must be[counted along with reg. far and more ing a guaranteed profit""This
with Sec us are stronger
Polk County In a constructive his fourth year as treasurer to set up a meeting strikes at the very cornerstone ewi told a group of his support' with old-time residents ofBroward

and progressive manner of the Associated Press : jretary After of reading Slate Dean his statement Rusk. which enduring now than divide the 01.differences" of democracy the free ers [In Jacksonville ."But .!. In County_ _ _
"Cleve Hamm, my successor Association Florida and I.a Is enterprise system," he ,said.
Ji :
Johnson opened the floor to He said he Is "well aware that
member of Sigma Delta : what the claims of the governmeat of Discrimination Seen
questions, launching
r : : ., : Chi, professional journalistic
I l !J' ll"lQM1' fraternity. ular budget assessments In figuring conference. 'the Panamanian people, do not have discriminated -
I Hamm Is married to the
whether Is two
0 .0 former Nomie Jean Loll of a country During the questioning, the spring from malice or hatred of against the consumer ..ndthe'
nehlnd. "
Is a highly capable gentleman Bartow and they have two {years President said that "obviously"restoration America dairy farmer leaving the FOR MR. LORD 1962 from St.
"are Petersburg whereshe
They: say that if the 18 countrIes of formal diplomatic Instead he said, they distributor with a guaranteed
of stability and Integrity children. Tony. 12. and Rebecca of : Funeral services for Norman had lived for 28 Mrs.
(now two years behind on relations between the United based on a deeply felt sense years.
greatly respected by the 10. The family attends that ,(basis remain so when the States and Panama would haveto the honest and fair needs of profitIn Hastings Mayor Haydon H. Lord 63, of Carla Ave., who Ennever was a direct descendant

members of the newspaper the Presbyterian Chapel asseinbly, meets, they will automatically precede any review of dlvl Panama," adding, "It Is, therefore Burns of Jacksonville told the died Tuesday were held Friday of the first provincial governor
He in the Grove and residesat .
profession. thoroughly
be without a vote unless -live problems our obligation as allies and St John. County Cattlemen's at the Gentry Morrison Funeral -of New Jersey. John R. Read.
alert to the big of 1219 Sunset Ave.
potential the assembly forgives partners to review these claims Association that he would watch Home chapel with the ing, who was appointed by King
this area, and I am certainhe Praised By Publisher"I Ihe", Ambassador Ready and to meet them when meetIng out for the state's cattle interests Rev. Whitney J, Dough, pastorof James II of England In the esrly1700's

will give readers a good feel a great deal of the The Soviet statement said the The President hal: this to say them Is both just and pos If elected."I Wesley Memorial Methodist She had seven descend

newspaper from day to day< of The Ledger was government had come to know In his statement about the machinery sible. We sri ready to do this" will be your spokesman forI Church, officiating. ants who served during the
I bespeak for him the lull success
cooperation he deserves due to the outstanding editorIal of talk lately In "certain circles for such a review: "As know it Is no happenstance that Burial will be later in Framingham -,Revolutionary War Including a I I'I
connected wilh the United Na soon as he Is Invited by the government Mass. 'staff officer of General Washington
"I shall continue to have a direction of Harris G. Florida la producing the finest 'I
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warm Interest in The Ledger .." Publisher Pat Cowles tions" about restricting the Soviet of Panama our ambassador Iilling beef In the world" Burns said ,
," said. "I am extremely pleased vote under Article 19. will be on his way. We Miami Mayor Robert King RITES FOR MRS. EDWARDS Surviving Is her sister, Mrs.

Hamm came to The Ledg. that Mr. Sims will con It said that article had "abso- shall also designate a special High told community leaders In Funeral services! for Mrs Henry C. Boss Sr, and a niece

er from The Tampa Tribune, tinue to write occasional editorIals lutely nothing" to do with the representative. He will arrive Pinellas Park that abolishmentof Mamie Ella Edwards 73. of 507 Mrs James H. Galloway both

where he wat assistant state and give The Ledgerthe Congo and Middle East costs and with full authority to discuss every MountingIn the railroad assessment board W. Myrtle St., who died Thursday -of Milford N.J., and two cousins .
suych might "cause great difficulty. He will be dollars were held yesterday at Mrs W. J, Bleckwenn of
news editor for more than It benefit of his long assocIatIon kl would bring In millions of
years. Prior to joining the with the newspaperand i.d even Irreparable damage to charged with the responsibility not realized now because of what the graveside at New Home [Winter Haven and William R.

Tribune be was a reporter for his knowledge of community the United Nations." of seeking a solution which re he said were special favors to Cemetery, with the Rev. Burl Dougan of Auburndale.

the Florida Times-Union In affairs."I Charges Made cognizes the fair claims of Pan Indiawhich special Interests. He said some,. Robinson, pastor of Winston Funeral services and burial'
Jacksonville. look for a continued ama and protects the Interest of railroads set their own values on Baptist Church, officiating. I will be held from the Oak Hill
close relationship betweenMr. lIt charged that the talk had all the American nations in the and that these values Pallbearers were David Cochran -Cemetery of West Haven, Conn.

NatIve Of Morlda Sims and the new editor been started by powers that had canal." has not had firm effective are property accepted by the board in Paul Bailey, Albert Welch Private services will be heldat

Hamm Is a native of Arcadia Cleve Hamm and myself 'lade the United Nations "a Johnson said the Instructions I leadership since Prime Minister Tallahassee.Karl and Melvin Gaylor. Gentry., the OttLaughlm Funeral
and attended public I itreen to cover their colonialist to be carried by au special .representative I Nehru suffered a stroke I Morrison funeral Home was in Chapel of Winter Haven.
policies," subjecting It to serious would "not prohibit Jan 7, ordered regular_ army Has Close Can charge or arrangements.
financial difficulties and which Is fair and I EPHRA1M F. MOYER
any solution units In to try to stop the communal Rep. Fred Karl of Volusla
Student Attacks iow were trying to shift the responsibility subject to the appropriate constitutional fighting' from spreading County flew from Tallahassee to RITES FOR MR. McDONALD I LAKE ALFRED-Ephraim F.

to others processes of both o But it is centuries-old hatred DeFunlalc SprIngs His plane Funeral services for Roy'''Moyer, 87, died! yesterday In a
.I rThe statement said[ aggressors ititutlonal processes of both our that sets the Hindu majority on was almost out of gas when he James McDonald, 72, of 415 W. nursing home here '

alone must bear the final I governments." the Moslem minority in India landed and the pilot_had trouble Hancock St.,. who died Wednesday Mr. Mover was a native o;

I Spreading TerrorIn consequences of their aggression The President emphasizedthat and more noting with retalla- were held yesterday at the, Breslau, Ontario, Canada. Hi

his statement repeatedly Thornton Memorial Home came to Lake Alfred several
"It Is precisely for this reason -Inferred to a "review" of problems AlligatorCauses chapel with the Rev. L. J. months ago from Brown Cityj

Urban Schools ," It said, "that the Soviet that triggered bloody riotIng f ; Coker pastor of Dixieland Baptist -Mich He was a member of the
Union does not and shall not In Panama nearly three Stir Church, officiating. Burial United Missionary Church of

share the expenditures of the months aao."Don't. _.""'....,,_ ....., ,... ._..J was In Oak Hill Burial Park. Brown City.Surviving.

refusing to give/ JO cents protection .. ignored. United Nations operation In the Understand" In Pallbearers were Ronald are two daughters
of Hindus neighboring
Middle East and the Congo. tory killing On Sunset Campbell, Ray Purvlance Elmer Miss Lucille
Moyer of
to another Detroit
money teenageind In New York City, for exam' "I don't say discuss, he Moslem Paklstaneem
J. C. Miller, Dewey
a 14-year-old girl was fatally .. All Assessed and Mrs John B. Otsanf._ nf__ .pnn.
pie, Dr. Calvin E. Gross the said "because that Is a sticky almost certain [ and Dallas Nichols. ---- v.-
Mann tiac, Mich.
stabbed on her way to a Jun. skin Is tracking Poor thing ; a son, Newton 0.
word. Some of them do not quite On the Pakistan frontier In
While the
superintendent of schools has Congo force was Moyer of Detroit, .
ior high school. I I and 11 grandchildren
started by the Security Council understand what it means. 'the east hundreds of refugee! should have some waler FRED FRANKENBERRYFred .
The bursts of violence Involving ordered all principals to stop and the Middle East force by Last Sunday evening an OAS have grossed In both direction: thrown on it." Frankenberry 80, died Funeral ,
teachers as victims seems he continued "attendance of [committee announced that the the gathering storm arrangements under
the General Assembly the assembly to escape Others thought the alligator yesterday at. the CarpentersHome the direction of
to be coming from kids 12 to 13 any pupil whose misconduct seriously assessed all membersfor United States and Panama had More than 190,000 Hindus Christians should have some shade where he had lived since Funeral Home are Ott-Laughlln

Almost anything/ will trigger anoutburst. Interferes with his eduatlon the costs of both. agreed to resume diplomatic rejatlons and Buddhists have fled None however wanted to do coming here seven months ago pending the arrival of Incomplete
i iThere'have or that of other pupils.[ The Soviet statement said that then "discuss and nego'tlste" Into India In recent weeks. it themselves and they tried from Orlando. He was a nativeof the family.

been argumentsthat The result, according to some only the council was authorizedto I common problems, The[I On the western frontier the I to enlist the aid of their Pennsylvania a retired carpenter

the Matwtlct being used to critics has been that principals finance such operations, as Johnson administration disavowed chatter of machine guns and the friends and a Imember: of the MRS. MARIE NICHOLS

-...,- UMK-IMM maintained well as to start them, and since the OAS announcement, roar of grenade have' punctu- About that time a neIghborhood Methodist Church. tAKE
class slates *Vm though thu'swee i the fhMMUk fcy-paaaad which prompted some criticism ''ated the bitter quarrrl ever the dog got curious and He is survived by i cinder WALES-Mrs. Marie G. ,
r '!fa P41. ... l vartoua Incidents at vioI the ..= ta bunsen ''at.Jo..._. xMteMvbviirt. Latin, beautiful.HHiMlaym! pests at Mrs. Anna Hosttler o( point Nichols. 71, died Thursday afternoon .
I tone*..,era. now maklna. suck reports. covarjhoM expenditures." A"'arlea. .9 l4'" '!I. Kaahrnirv 'i In the Lake Wales Convalescent .
The SMrlet Union: owes Itt: ,., The President's 'lauslr statement --] In ShIUong Home Minister Marion Pa.Funera' Home after'
support "'he cry Increased ter-1 823.137 in Congo and Middle on the knotty dispute obviously onttifj : (!t tn, services will be held a long ill. ,
I Gulzarl tel Nanda declared thegovernment's ; f:1:1 oess.
in the Same Are Quiet i
ror schools Is the ,
I productof East dues :: Tuesday morning at the earpenter'
and would have, was designed to put new Intention to evict Mrs. Nichols
pressure to report such cases Buttressing this point of view, to pay $8 million to keep from life Into settlement talks In the]300.000 Moslems from Assam In Home with burial In Orlando was a residentof I

where In the past many, were. Is the opposite sort of situation I being two years behind over-all 'wake of Sunday's fiasco ''the next 12 months There are sniffed around the alligator, A the Carpenter's Home Ceme Wales for and 10 months had been in Lake "
reported by other big cities with hiss by the alligator was all tery. Thornton Memorial Homeis She was
Altogether 72 members owe On other questions raised by Infiltrators from East Pakistan
a member
Injured U.S. somewhat similar/ conditions ol- about $84 million for the Congo newsmen, Johnson said: there, he declared and hinted the dog needed and It scampered In charge of arrangements. Church. of the Catholic I

'overcrowding In the schools, and 63 owe about $30 million for -He does not see any signs that as a group they are suspected off toward the children FRANK CHARBONNEAU- Survivors Include her husband
population shifts and changes, the Middle East. that the resignation of his Bill Heidgerd. commission ,
press of espionage or "entiso- Huron 0.
Frank M died Nichols four
Flier Charbonneau :
Back daugh
and so on.Pr secretary Pierre Salinger, Indl. agent, came on the scene and
clal activities"Point tern Mrs
Owen B. Kiernan, Massachusetts ales that associates of the late his. presence was greeted at Saturday morning at Lakeland Helen Oehmke. Lake
General Hospital Mr. Charbon Wales: Mrs. Sam Collins, Lakeland
first with mixed emotion. -
state commissioner of
With President John F. and
Outfit education comments "I am not KhrushchevWill ,Atty, Gen. Robert Kennedy F. Kennedyare ; Barrow Parents were relieved; some ness a native of Proctor Vt., ; Mrs. Arthur Jones, Orlan.

aware of any such problem (terror .- anxious to leave the Johnson children were, too, but by now had been in Lakeland four days do; and Mrs. A. A. Sapienza, De.
the plane In Hannover said he In the schools) her at the VisitHungary administration PostmasterTo the alligator had become a favorite ,visiting Dr. and Mrs James R. trolt; three sons Tony Kalem-
was wrapped In blankets and moment." item for 'them and as West at 807 S. Ingraham Ave. ba, Chicago; Eddie and Jack Ka-

trapped to a stretcher, His In Ohio officials reported no "Not Disturbed"The Get Edition Heidgerd stepped from his car Mr. Charbonneau came to Lakeland -lemba, both of Orlando.

right arm was covered with a-noted Increase such as reportedIn I President "was rot dis the children, moaned "Don't from East Hartford Conn The Rosary was said Friday
white citizenry through I hurt the thing" He Is survived by his widow, at the Marion Nelson
plaster cast. New York City. Detroit and turbed" by Salinger's reslsna- row many a poor Chapel
Looks Cheerful Chicago./ However; Hunter Rob-- BUDAPEST Hungary (AP- tlon Thursday to seek the Democratic long arctic.evening, If the Attempt Falls Mrs. Grace four C Charbonneau: Requiem Mass was to be <*)..
one daughter brothers two
Incite, chief of the bureau of attendance -The Hungarian government announced Senate nomination In whale oil holds out. brated Saturday at JO s.mI In
They said Welch looked I A copy of the special edition, One look at the alligator and grandchildren and five great the Holy Spirit Catholic Church
Cleveland school system Saturday nlglit that Soviet California. Johnson said Salin, ,
cheerful and gave all will be delivered to alll Ledger It was decided that teamwork grandchildren. Lake Wales, the
appearances notes: "There 1 I. a tremen Premier Khrushchev will ger told him about his : Rev. Father
plans] would be needed Into Funeral services will be In
of to put it Arthur
a "man who Is subscribers. Additional
happy dous unrest among teachers and visit Hungary soon This height barely two hours before announcing copies, I 1 the While Kiener East Hartford and burial will Dunmgan officiating
to be back among his. own." students and teachers see racIal -ened speculation he will meet In them.JohnsDn at 25 cents per copy or five the car.alligator's snout closed held be in Windsor Locks Conn. Wales Burial will be I in the Lake I

unrest reflected In the ten; Budapest with other Soviet-bloc talked to Secretary with a stick, Heidgerd attempted Heath Funeral Chapel Is In Cemetery Marlon Nelson
sion." leaders to deal with the bitter of State Dean Rush and Secretary -, -'S' I to lasso it. charge of Lakeland arrange Funeral Home was In charge of .

IiWeicWa In Philadelphia, David Horo feud between the Soviet Union of Defense Robert S. Mc- Heldgerd was successful until ments. arrangements. \, /

wits associate superintendent and Communist China. Namara on Saturday morning he attempted to lasso the J
of public schools says"We Informed sources said Khrushchev .[about the hijacking of a Cuban RITES FOR MRS. KRUEGER EDWARD E. PATRICK
alligator's tail. He looped the
release was unexpected have had a policy of long standIng .- will arrive either March helicopter flown to Florida aft- for one dollar, may be ordered tail and h. Funeral services for Mrs ST. PETERSBURG Edward .
as was attemptingto
since It from the circulation office and
was not mentioned that any secondary school 30 or 31 and stay fur about a!er two defecting Cubans killed tie the tail to the snout the Martha Louise' Krueger 88. of E. Patrick 71, of St. i
In from will
a Soviet note on the[youngster who either threatens week or 10 day. They said he the pilot. He declined to comment newsboys They be alligator's mouth popped Eaton Park, who died Thursday Petersburg, the father of Lake-
downing of his mailed free anywhere in the open
reconnaissance to or actually assaults a teacher will take part In the "celebra on the matter and both Heidgerd and Kiener were held yesterday at the resident Edward E. Pat.
bomber. U.S. Canada,
U.S. The note was given to Is the subject of Immediate arrest -tion of the 19th Anniversary of I ,Comment also was withhold Less or than week remainsto I had to jump. Again the alligator Gentry-Morrison Funeral Home rick, died Thursday at his resi.
Stopssel Charge In d'Affaiies Wailer -no lie( ands or buts" the liberation of Hungary by Soviet 'on a Soviet decision to release order extra for tried to bite and was chapel, with the Rev. Charles W dence, 1029 Tangerine Ave. S.
Moscow Friday troops In World War II." Air Force officer your copies of Mr. Patrick spent 11 I
night an injured -| friends and busineas unsuccessful Courtoy pastor the Eaton yearson i
I SNOWMAN'S SKULL FOUND No Details Given one of three seized after their associates.relatives A handy order I Heidgerd tried again, only Park Methodist Church, officiat the St Petersburg Police
The United States has made TOKYO (AP) The Mongolian I reconnaissance bomber was blank la on Page J-D of this time it was decided that ing. Burial was in Oak Hill Force Mr Patrick a memberof I
several demands that the filers radio In Ulan Bator reports The celebration opens April 4. shot down Inside East Germany, Sunday your the alligator's mouth would Burial Park.Pallbearers. I the Baptist Church- i. .1... I ,
be returned. The Communists scientists bave'found "a skull of.nowm.n' The government made the announcement Ledger. stay closed if it was stuck were Wesley Par-[survived by his widow. if;:' ,;

contended they were on a spy a In the western through MTI. the together with electrical tape.A rish. W. B. Grlggs, Franz Pearl M. Patrick: a daughter, f

ing mission a charge the Unit Mongolian mountains and sent It,official Hungarian news agency. Court Order Halts neighbor got the tape and Peters Ray Tennyson, Herbert two sons, a brother and three
ed tales has repeatedly de'to the capital. It said this and It gave no details as 'to exact I after Heidgerd had held the [McMlllin and Harry DeGroat. grandchildren

nied. U.S. officials say the other evidence "clearly proves dates or the purpose of the creature's mouth closed with Funeral services were held

plane strayed across the border (the abominable) snowman being -vIsIt his hand and had placed several RITES FOR MR. ALLEGATO yesterday In St. Petersburg.
about 20 miles and could nut be sought by many world expedition Communist officials declinedto Threatened Strike loops of rope around his Funeral services for Michael :

called back before It wan shot teams Is" still ,alive In' discuss the possibility of a jaws he wound the tape Allegato. 61, of 511 Easton Drive

.down._. .. .Mongolia" meeting of Soviet-bloc leaders around the creature's mouth who died Wednesday were held I
_.. :
0. on the Ideological dispute be- LOUISVILLE several times. Friday at St. Joseph's Catholic!(ElI
Ky. (AP-The
Moscow and nearly railroads and five
tween Peking. Huh: Louisville operating Church with the Rev. Father''
t Nashville Fight Over
Railroad unions over their stalled
the length of Khrushchev's visit obtained William J. O'Farrell officl.tlng.1
bolstered speculation that such a temporary restrain national negotiations That seemed to work and Burial was In Lakeland
Nowl I All the power a meeting would be held.A ing order In U.S. District Court The unions have asked both although the alligator hissed morial Gardens. Me-i, .vary hatir *. the

you need for Romanian delegation was In Saturday threatened night to head off a the L&N and the Southern Pa I it could not bite. The tail was Pallbearers were Eddie I P15105554dI, ,. I
strike by four unions. clfic to negotiate On secured and the was attached
separably. rope
clear Peking recently apparently to Nick Polifrone, Paul
hearing w.im sound out Chinese Communist the Judge Henry Brooks Issued March 18 Southen Pacific obtained to the one around the Eanoelli. Harry Smith, Jimmy
order at the railroads request a California alligator's mouth, rolling the'
leaders on the possibility of a Superior Fsllclanl and E. J. DeRmis.
9new compromise. Members of the and set a hearing for Court restraining order banningany alligator into a sort of a ball. I Dukes-Steen Funeral Home

delegation talked with KhruishiheV March 30 strike by the unions This don and the fight over, In charge of arrangements was( 417 N. Mann Av..
The unions had threatened to I Heidgerd got a bigger hand ,
04 their way home but Strike Denied I Phone MU 6-2133
walk out at 10:30: p.m. in a dispute -' Report for his actions with the alligator MRS. m
there was no Indication of. I' ANN ENNEVER
over work rules. That order also restrains the than did Norm Cash, Detroit I_
whether the Romanian WINTER
had !-' HAVEN-Mrs. Annetu "
so small your friendswon't been successful, though to all Statement Issued unions from picketing slowing Tigers first baseman, Reading Ennever 97. died
down when be belteoT homer
or' interfering with the a Friday
astice Ill appearances they had not. : The UN leased a statement railroad operations afternoon. in a nursing home here yeater.I II II
In Moscow. Tans the official saying It had not received ,day morning following a long! Dukes Steen
dIrect It took four
fh sew Smut.J.) hide behind ,Modula Circuit (Fatmt Paadlnf) Wolfe the chief Industry ne. men to stuff illness.
your ear. ..I,.,. less lines a and seers isis the flaranada, Soviet news agency, said only notice of the unions' intention I gotiator, said twice In Washing f the alligator into the trunk of A
quarter of as aunnt morsel ., nMalurlMUaa. a. hey a that Khruahchev: and other Soviet strike but obtained the order on I ton last week that a strike was I Hektgerd's car. Once Inside, ,she native of Lumberville Pa.,'I Funeral 'Home

It la .......11Iot ...hl....-....-... nun?of It.part.....*..au.bl'"iundrr leaden "will soon leave the basis of statements which, imminent, but union officials the lid was closed on the trunk __came to Winter Haven in I
twine aU 3.10." .. ha. foe: Hungary on an official union officials and Heldgerd took .
fwr pro. a bi..h powar nlmrnpa.Com gave to newspapers -[denied It.Wolfe a much- ,
diwad. Vet it delivers n tural. brillianl In BOW for your fpERalactronia 'of friendly visit. at the invitation and press assocIations claimed lout Wednesday needed rest by sitting on the THORNTOK 310 S. Florida
found that you nuat try for the Hungarian government The walkout would trunk.
baarinf tart sad a pa* have af[ thai the unions were aboutto
youra.ltBailana's aonaj. damomttalion cribs .11-_ fected about 5.000 employee belongIng strike Southern Pacific and The crowd thinned out and MEMORIAL'HOM(
...|:- ... aliill has Dell.,. feranaxU TtarVi no abli- DUST MAILED to the Locomotive Engineers [the LAN and warned that If they before long Heidgerd took the '" $e ... Phone MU 2-3123

producaj the ......, sew Micro- latioa of any ttndl CHAMBON FEUCEROLLES. Firemen and Enginemen did the nation's. other railroads creature to another lake. ,..... v ...n
Franca (AP) The townsfolk Conductors and Brakemenand would But the saga of the Sunset
Immediately into effect
have mailed 70 small packets of, Railroad Trainmen's unions. disputed work put rules the Avenue alligator will live on ",L-s1_... ombulanct wrvtetCHAPEL

h ley Isrwefa, Diif/..ier trapped alr-bonie. dust to Premier The UN operates In Ohio, unions are fighting for some time In the minds of 1= ,
0 _e Georges Pompidou and other -Kentucky Tennessee. both parents and children
Alabama This could
touch off
.oeuo7tiHEARING French officials. They're sore Mississippi, Georgia. Florida railroad strike. The a unions And lest they forget they will I HEATH FUNERAL
SERVICE about the dirty air they have have something to remember I
II Virginia and Illinois have said previously they would Ai C55di5lO4
207 E. Lemon St. Ph 6J2-3450 breathe and blame It mainly toj- Saturday's developments were strike If the work rules, which him by-another alligator: this I 24 HOU Chspss P50kg Let
the one reportedly AMBULANCE
bigger than
government-owned the latest in a series of skirmishes would eliminate thousands of the I SERVICE
works. first swims in Lake FOSTER E.
I between the nation's Jobs, are FUlleral Director
4 ,. Imposed Will he Cor. Lime
get curious also ell4
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< I
oHol.d motorcade of beauties, but, 'In the .
tiered by four area bands, will three-day pageant to be
[climaxed ,
Wind Its April 2 with the E
:lilly, way through downtown
crowning of l
Palmcam. Lakeland March 11 as the Lake- 1964. Lakeland( of,
land Junior Chamber of Commerce ., The
Jrned sponsors iti annual Mist talent contest April 1. tmp
will be
urofIt Lakeland Contest held at the new civic ,
Contestant in center theater while the coro-
he convertibles
Will be paraded I nation ball. April 2, will be held
t I' of before Lake.
landers' eyes as they participate torlum at the new civic center audl / /1 } I

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RussianMedicine Ball Planned ....'"" """'"" '

f It will be the first time the I "I ,,
[contest has closed with .
a coronation
) ball and the semiformal "o --l \ ,
ball will be complete with re- 1>0 "" '.
Ilerey Not freshments, entertainment and 1 Ii ,
{ra. j Free dancing to the music of the sws\V/J
lant1I0r -asswin Tempos. :
By REINHOLD ENSZ The chairman of this year's
'.a. MOSCOW (AP) soviet authorities contest Is Tom Hallick, who ant .

ingrly ,f medical care keep Is laying the world that Soviet best, ( ((1

nd- land that it Is free for everyone I i 1 : .
the The fact Is that certain sectors ; <
I of the Soviet medical _
: a programre
.ho not free. ..-.)..

,1'1.. issued new Soviet Communist in Premier 1961, said party Khrushche the program party, 1rnnA J .

othtl. must provide by 1981 "free .
medical services for all citizens, ,
ofal ,Including the supply of met r BROTHERS 1 1

,II persons cine Official and at the sanatoria Interviewed treatment" of sick r t 11 J I ,

To learn precisely what Is '
I.d free, and what Is not free .n

.1 l Interview top Soviet medical was requested officials with After I III :- .UJ\1IJt\

a wait of several weeks, permission fat .
was granted for an I In- ,f f fw js7
terview with Alexel Safonov, '
Chief of the Soviet Medical Serves t; i:
I .
s "
I The first i .
f Could you please tell us what X11414C '.
*wiet medical services are !4./

for flee?," and which must be paid j .

Replying with a booming, self very important colors
assured voice, Safonov began:
,| "As you know medical services \ from Dorothy Gray
In the Soviet "
| Union are free.
i Then he spoke for approx l V. I.I Pink and V. I. Peach
Imately 30 minutes, listing In
detail precisely what medical it The v. I I. P. colon art beautifully adaptable to the
I services are free hospitals, a 3CONTESTANT A t brilliance of white, the nw dash of pailtl I, to tht 'In.
I clinics, doctors, etc coming v.bronti. Choose V. I I. P colors In Fashion Slim
I When he stopped, having ii J Lipstick .
apparently 1.50', She. Velvet Lipstick I.00'. Nail I I90c
f exhausted the list, he 4 Enom.1 '.
was asked again: "Which Soviet y .
medical services are not t Maas' Cosmetic
free? Is medicine free?"
Yes, he replied, It I Is free In fir 41
the hospitals. .
Prescriptions Not very important handbags

Are prescriptions obtainedfrom a dainty, petite and beaded!
drug stores free? "No," r e
11 Safonov admitted reluctantly ,/ > Al TM 1r.n. M M..rw Mir;.: rw'N MI
Are eyeglasses free? Another s wafnlnou. tae..., e.Ner1411 _
reluctant, "No. I end NcMls. lecq l N Mf In tton Iramn b.aM a. Yt
Are false teeth free? "No." r t guarantnd by monuloctur lor frnnano.c.t-Yaut* In
"But" he quickly added, "all white chalk, whlte/lxouvali, whltt/cryitol $I$1|*.

these things cost less than their e Maas' Handbaasvery'
actual value" fv .
He was then asked why Britain e

a capitalist_ country was e
able to provide these things as important gloves/
part of Its national health service -I RMO IMKitckom
while the Soviet Union-the II, .f 2100 S. Cryitol hand embroidered/ from
world's first Communist coun, Lake Dries, paws .t the w.... 4 ,
try-did not .._. es the Fiends SNM era :'k- Van Raalte :
"When a person becomes 70 Coll. c.m.ul. She will corn .
I years old he will probably need ,... i* ti. Mix Lokolon. <."- Detailed for on .o onf touch to your Cotter eotfumof
I a walking stick Must we pay test en April t cue 2. (Ld o.r Cotton or nylon' glovol' beautifully/ embroidered and
t for the stick?" he replied. Phase ly Hu.hn) doralltd with, scallopi/ and trlmil' White' 6-, .
I ,r I.00.1.JO.

Bandits nounced that the deadline for Maas' Fashion Accessories
entries) to be received at the L..rry ,
Where Car Left. Jaycee office on Lake Mirror
> Drive is next Sunday.

') Lose PayrollLONDON Persons wishing to purchase very- important ;jewelry
reservation for the talent contest a' ''
(AP)- Two payroll and coronation ball may '! a garden of glitter pins
bandits lost a haul of $7,000 Friday do so at the Jaycee office for
because they forgot where one dollar, for both nights ,( ,/ An ''"lull''. and unusual pin collection/ of ffowtn, and
3 j
Chairman Aden Me ? l vry buttrfll In french tnomol,
they parked their get away car Publicity Ir j ir' protond peoria with
The bandits knocked down two Elveen announced that 20 girls r i ,r rhlnwtont' and quarts t.lm' All/ from Vondomo, Albert/
men, grabbed the payroll and have entered the contest thus / .yI '; 1Yrf4r Wliu and Sondor Goldb.rg.rl' S3'.til5'.
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turned the wrong way By the far ?
time they realized their mistake The winner of this years r Maas' Costume Jewelry
1 t tr and turned back, the men they pageant will receive a free trip
r had knocked down had to Nassau, plus trophies and '''VI 10% ,... tn
I 'jI ered In the ensuing other prizes. Second-and third
the bandits dropped their reeov'l place winners will also receive

as they made their trophies and prizes. i i I J
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LAKELAND LEDGER, Sunday, Mirth 22, 1114 Bobby Kennedy Of Course I Like Bobby Kennedy! Youth Committed:

I Thought You Asked Do I Still Like Bobby Baker! !"


tI Social ProblemsBy

Prompt Action Is Needed 4 1

Y JAMES RESTON corps says, "these youngsterswill

< 'tr.\Jor ri tim,. be unequally represented

TilE CITY COMMISSION should a steady march of taxpayers to the LANSING, Mich The !in the ranks of the habitually

take prompt action to correct the glaring county offices in Bartow to protest Peace Corps Idea Is spreading unemployed and unemploy.able. .
48 countries are
fast. Some
The ultimate aim of the
and There have been
inequities which exist on the mu.nlclpallty' loudly long. no now sending their young men
real property assessment such protests. J 4 f and women into the world to corps is to help prevent premature

roll. Consequently, it is also reasonableto i 1 4 help the poor countries, and dropouts by showing
that assessments in Lakeland a spontaneous volunteer student these children that education
In a series of articles this past assume movement is also workIng -
H (Is the key to a better life, by
fraction of
some only a coun
week The Ledger disclosed that some quietly and effectively providing needed inspirationand
property in Lakeland is assessed for ty's values and others substantially i among the underprivileged motivation to continue
15 higher, need correction and need it 6 dir children In our own cities. with their schooling
tax purposes at only 10 or per cent
now. The Student Education This Is not an Isolated experiment
of the value established by the county. Corps here at Michigan State Similar activitiesare

The analysis showed that there is University Is merely one of going on in, other universities.
also property in the city assessed 50 We do not believe any property many illustrations of this Pomona College In
owner in Lakeland wants special, favorable Li1 movement in the United (California Is another lively
to 75: per cent higher than the valuations I
treatment in his assessments.And States. ,center. Gov Terry Sanford of
set by the county. certainly none want assessments It started over a year ago ]North Carolina is working

Obvously( some property owners which are completely out of relationto on the assumption that serious with William Friday, president
college undergraduates might i of the University of
have for years been receiving especially
the values established for
be able to help the harrassed ]North Carolina on a corps of
favorable tax treatment. Others, We do believe that every property and over-worked teachers In
of course have been paying ad va owner wants only fair and equitable the poor districts of Lansing, ; and Yale producedthe
lorem taxes completely out of line on consideration in the assessment of his Pontiac and other cities within Northern Student Move-
the high side. r 100 mile of the Michigan ment that Is now active on
for tax
property purposes. State campus. many campuses not only in
The city commission has indicated the field of education but of
This newspaper does not contend! that it will take steps to adopt the THEY HAD no money from political action.

that property assessments by the county property assessment roll established' ;art, the university or the state, For example, more than
are correct in each and every case. the officials have but a few of them reasoned 1000 students from various
by county. City
be able to
that they might
The perfect tax roll is a near impos colleges and universities, moat
stated that of the of the WOl'lt'of
adoption county deal with some of them affiliated with the
sibility. valuations would result in a reductionin '' the kids who came from northern student movement,'

The county, however, paid more the tax rate from 125: mills to 9 broken homes and had no incentive will be going to Mississippi,
than $400,000 only a few years ago to to get an education. Alabama, and Louisiana this
mills.The Now about 200 of these summer to live In Negro
have a complete reassessment made
property assessment situation young college atudents go out homes and help the Negroes
on all real property in Polk. The appraisals is one that is crying for correction, andit as assistants to the slum register for the November

were made by a professionalfirm is a correction that is long overdue. Voice of the PeopleThis school teachers several timesa 1 elections

and they were based on current We believe the city commission will week. Some of them take The Commission of Religionand
the backward Others
on pupils
values of real estate not values correct the inequities without further work with the bright ones Race of the National

which 'may have been realistic many delay. who are held back by the Council of Churches will run
The a training school for these
Is Ledger's Page*
years.ago.It Let any property owner, who objects Mjii drones. A few go around thstate e| volunteers at Berea College

is only reasonable to assume, if to fair and just property assessments Tile oo'lrortal ,.(. .If... tli. .aw.,.,..'. ewe ..pi.ee.a" ..."... of currant hot..... .hi HM van" illustrating with a "Career the kinds Cara of, In Kentucky as soon as school ,

the professional appraising firm set step forward and publicly be o4lrorl l 101....".. It wiIee", .. tko .,i.Io... of rooferl 1 I. tko Value of tko ,..,1. CoI..", .. Lotion sorer jobs that are available to students -; is out in June.
values too high, there would have been heard. 00 .i..... end tar tko ..,it.,'. .......n. hue ...... will ko withheld upon ro,.ort. A letter ikovM. not who do their work. Most of this activity, however i
...... ISO ......., end poetry cennot ko nee*. Tko Ledger ......" tko rich .. reject Ofty .letter or But the main thing is not; seems to start with
....rt.. It. Opinwni .. ....>rN end other contributor. appear .1......... .. tkfi ..... so much to help the young j few young men and women
laggards with their work, but| unorganized by anybody else.
to make friends with them I For example. David H. Gunning ,

II r On Sinners And Industry Need More Who sla, we have provided the opportunity from the range as lower- ,board president of student of the government executive -

for making this key grade beef. IVa/il'Jtufn at Cornell University,
element in the manufacture How many feeders wouldbe has advised the Justice Department

A dispute over Lakeland's Spending choice, with no suggestion of municipal Speak MindsEDITOR of advanced weaponry: atom willing to enter into a co- that a group of students -
$1,500 for the annual Industrial Ap- "endorsement" of strong drink. bombs, nuclear fuel and the operative pledge with other and thus provide good examples In Ithaca have collected -
cattle feeders to market toper $1,000 to finance a Cornell
t' preciation Dinner is reaching comic Lakeland has been fortunate In at- The taxpayers of like.There cent of their cattle under that homes are,not available In. student team that will help
proportions. Before it get'out of hand, trading high calibre Industry. And it to a owe commissioner a debt of gratitude who tries In the are world too many who would count 1,000 pounds over the next The movement has now arrested with voter registration in

( to the detriment of the community, let is perfectly in order, in the judgmentof not only has the courage of use the wheat to feed hungry three years to correct the Imbalance the admiration of Cov.I Fayette County. Tennessee

both city commissioners and industrial this newspaper, for the City to con his convictions but the courage people and whether.we were When they have created? George Ronjney. He addressed this summer
must turn
we the
board members take a deep breath and tribute toward industrial promotion.The to give public expressionto first or not M trade with theCommuni.t government for protectionand a meeting of teachers| NOT SO MANY years ago
them. If member of countries, the free from all over the state here
a fresh look. idea of uch a banquet isn't new, our commission every would show world has much more to lose subsidy to ball u. out of this week to Introduce the the poor "..ocloeconomic.llydisadvantaged"

The Issur. Commissioner James R. in Lakeland or elsewhere. Use of pub- the decent and honest consideration by such actions than to gain, our blunders, It Is little wonder leaden of the Student Education professors in
Wi\ and others at* conc.rnedov.r, Ua funds.. however is a new proposal for the UM of the tax- the that Soviets teem so certain Corps to a wider audience the sociology departments
NK.fc within 50 the containing
4. the serving ot cocktails at tn.annual > horn. InduitrlsT: board _mbore pick , &n.,... They don't Ole \\ to. ed up the $f2BO; tab last year. These by the Dr property* W" *the citation ol Blames 8'eefProducers state without Just another a shot being socialist that the movement will I postwar America."beat A rotten generation"crowd In,

I' 1Iayhl\1 'bar toilU.'',.The'litton is board member*'haVsj given much of of Lakeland wOdlnte vastly e fired. grow. they said, always dropping tout

reasonable, and It is unfortunate that their time, talent and energy to bring Improved. More power to you, RICHARD STEVENS LIKE THE PEACE Corps, of some school and into
such emotional terms as "drunken af- industry to Lakeland and keep it here.It Doctor we wish there were the student volunteers go only some bed: uninterested, uncommitted -
fair" and "orgy" came into the dis does seem unjust to expect themto more like you I ILet'a where they are Invited. Any to anything but ,I
cussion. have more letters on Irked school within reasonable money, booze and sex
pay personally for a promotion de- this subject. EDITOR lam dismayed by By ErrorsIn the rangeof Unlike his
university can get E contemporaries
Now The Ledger wouldbe the frantic
certainly efforts
signed to benefit the community as a Mrs. by hysterical them to help if it will only In other countries, who were
the first to.raise'its editorial voice whole. Walter C. Slelneke beef producers, congress Stock ReportEDITOR pay eight cents a mile to knocking over governments

against such excessei. But the fact is, So let's sponsor the dinner, which men and legislators to get the bring a car load of undergraduates and leading the torrent of
government to
we are not persuaded that past industrial seems to be an entirely proper civic Grain May Not' quotas and labels Impose on foreign import : I am writing to from the campus. political change, the Amerii -
dinners have been beef point out the errors in the Nobody gets paid for the i can student, it was said
orgiastic, or expenditure, but,, go dutch :as far as Such restrictions can stock market reports which work, but David Gottlieb and I wasn't engaged in anything
that forthcoming dinner is likely the drinks are concerned. Certainly Reach HungryEDITOR only problem serve because to enhance labels havea the have occurred about three or Sandra A. Warden who direct; and didn't care about anything v

to be. that ought to be a reasonable compromise way of being promoted Into four times recently in The the corps testify, not only .
A simple solution suggests Itself. for both "sides" a solution under : I thoroughly agree trade names and most consumers Ledger.I that they get all the volunteers Well, something Is happenIng -
Let assurances be made by the Industrial which nobody would with Mrs. M,C. who wrote to purchase food on the am sure there are many they need, but that the>I on the campus In some
be asked volunteers
to this column that selling wheatto basis of trade stockholders like myself who themselves feel I ways these student leaders
and be-
Board names
and accepted by the commission sacrifice his Not Interested that they get as much out of
principle. many sin- Russia Is comparable to cause most feeders won't ad- are In the late quotations are ahead of the government
that public money will be ners are saved In' ii church fight; and selling scrap Iron to Japan. mit that the real cause of depressed and who find such the experience as the children And when the congress finally
spent only for food and service, and we submit that mighty few industriesare It Is not Improbable or impossible prices is the conductof errors very annoying The they are trying to help. gets around to backing a
not for liquor.! The matter of cocktails to believe the wheat the feeders themselves in If accurate report cannot larger government programs domestic peace corps and
then becomes brought to a city whose public officials sale may not be used to fill purchasing excessive numbersof be printed, it would be betterto are directed at trainIng backing President Johnson's
a matter of individual are brawling. empty stomachs cattle to feed to excessive discontinue them entirely. the school drop-outs The 1 "war on poverty" quite a
Even If there were no shortage weight and grade leaving Yours very truly, Student Education Corps attacks 1 few young American men and
of ethyl alcohol in Rus- few to be marketed directly the same problem earlier women will already be in the
HERNANDEZ "la a few years," the field.

I I' Polk's Oldest

White Man's New Burden In Africa I IBy
OLDEST individual in Polk He is officially listed as the oldest .
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County is also -
apparently the oldest
individual in drawing Social Security C. L. SULZBERGER 'ed I'd be talking to you like frightened
the United States. away and there'stoo have good health and
payments. He was picking citrus fruit Nrtatt.rltt.mro! this" much rather live here In the sunshine -
unemployment And
He Is a Negro named Charlie Smith, NAIROBI, I don't need or want a ,
for Kenya Smith Smith sips his gin and looks corruption has slipped In. Money taking my risks, than
who lived for years at Polk City and pay as recently as seven years ago. looks the part: lean, mustachioed around the club: Same smiling talks loud when people are privileged position. In the rain at Surbiton.

is now living in Bartow. He had a He says he was kidnaped in a Liberian lantern-jawed; the typical uniformed black servants; poor. We have to correct the "YES, SMITH concedes "Things will get a lot worse

little store at Polk City and has one port when he was 12 years old Kenya ex-officer when it who settled in same muscular upcountry Imbalance between haves and "there'i no getting uneasily they'll befort they get better. But
was a British
whites with their havo-notj. up in the
in Bartow.He horsey womenfolk
around the
and brought to New colony. Once he fact that there's end. I'm
Orleans wherehe ran safari
"You know," "But East Africa not too old for risks.
will be
now has the distinction but now he has his says a still a race issue. I don't feel And
of being was placed in slavery. own business Smith, 'things are more different superb market. This population any better than there's a real chance to
listed in a four-volume a pretty wife, children, anyone. I like help. | won't leave
collection of
He didn't than
grow up getting lots of comfortable house they seem. grows faster than anywhere Africans. I think they like me. my new
interviews with 261 persons more than ;h milk, drugstore vitamins and ,Smith has done well. farm. in the world and the But I don't want my boys African country I won't leave till the
100 years old, interviews conductedand other items When "TAKE CONDITIONS fordevelopment. white man can make a good marrying their girls stops milling at me,
we moderns regard as I last saw Smith eleven As long as I can drive
Under the colony living on his own feet.The inefficient "Mabye my
compiled by the Social Security essential.He years ago Narobl was engulfed rule felt again I'll feel differently -> car through Nairobi and
you people were European farmers in stop
Administration. came up the severe, sparse, The Mau In Mau 'Man terror. against you and the government have left; now It's only the can't think ten ahead years for Guess I' at a zebra crossing while an
Mau my chil-
Charlie Smith says he is 121 yean catch-as-catch-can way. But here he was trying to Now people want to good ones. We know we havean dren. We soldiers learned to African smiles and nods as he

old and extensive checking by Social is 121 years old and still on his feet work together. The old man advantage and not because live In the present. I've made okay.walks"across, why things are

Security indicates he is correct. and in business. i'Onlgif JJJa rt Thai's brought swahill In for HARAMBEE.'let's all pull were white; just because we my modest packet and I'd Good chap, Smith.

A THOUGHT-But as H. who called you Is holy, be holy yourselves in all your conduct.I .- murder and witch doctor the "And it's more fun doing
Peter 111.: white man out of Africa. .business' with African civil Potomac
Smith joined the home guard, servants. The European was FeverBy
put on his uniform, and he preoccupied! with routine. H.
and his wife carried tide-arms wasted time polishing up min
LAKELAND LEDGER day and night. It never crossed utes. But the African smiles FLETCHER KNEBEL :
his mind that he would soon and likes to make decisionseven With his one-bllllon-dollar
I be living under a Negro government If they're cockeyed. as the poor man's Franklin Roosevelt war on?poverty,'Will Lyndon Johnson be known

........ f.Ate '.Owl.n.. or yielding his British "There's less formality. You ,
I Imperial Polk CountyWorld's "....-. '0.... N."O... v,.. passport to take out citizenship know, the African Is very ,

I ., .=.....- :.,........, :.'.:..t..::..:.:,:. in an independent Kenya."I courteous. Can't say I really Republicans charge there's a "white-wash" In the Bobby Baker
I Citrus Center Awl.r. ."C". "...ON"........,N". Cor. was a liberal Tory and I understand him. We all think and In this campaign year, everybody knows the GOP. case ...
... .... will
.yW"A r NIN.Y never stand for
eAlilt I segregated a
was a colonialist laundry.
hMWNM ....-. suppose we do but we don't. Yet we
says Smith. "But what am 1 get on. The European just has >
losing? I'm not sacrificing to prove himself a decent fel
The LEDGER'S telephones All Ode to the new executive suite* Business
D.partm.nts-686.1151 British protection. It doesn't low.
They judge you on your steel and lots of mortar. And nervevlessgskittishbsi andgirls
exist. Gunboata are finished. ability to laugh with them. fice gone
> lUISCRimON.. IATIS This country became Independent That's the best criterion. It's speak fluent British. M t\ t.

0.. y- ... .. ... .. $2010 One Mesth ..... .... .. $1.7' with three It. t want months to help ago and make I'm a humor.essential They're to have good a sense chaps.of The government It's *

SI.! Monti ,. .. .. .. 10.40 Wt.k . ... .. .,. ... .40 nation, all of ua together: African Don't get Impatient. If you Dillon's new slogan: Time says for "desperately"some change. short of coins Treasury. Secretary. ,

Three Month .. ..... $ '.ZO Im...y Our. Tee ... $7.10 European. Asian lose your temper you're lick-
"Remember Jomo Kenyat- *
ta? He was In quod damned ed."Of The U.S. keeps the Guantanamo base
\ ,,,.,,.11.4 .ftDr..... ....,. S....,..., *.i M SimJoy .._I.| by Lucked. Hew.,.,., Cor*. foolishness Now he's prime of roses course Plenty not of muddles.all a bed In fact, the Navy concedes that It's spending In; Cuba water well like supplied with wafer..

Le.....4, florMo 11101 minister and, there Isn't a European Lots, of lawlessness Cattle money,,
who doesn't speak of theft and land ,squatters In LBJ asks a raise for
.. the old man with respect and the countryside Crime In the over-time, with all that extra government workers. Frankly, they ought to get
warm affection. Never dream- cities.l I Investment's been ing off the lights for Lyndon.CA .work, running around at the end of the day turn


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Florida And Around The___ Motion
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1'1 baytona STATION Beach....... H. L. Tallahassee ........... 63 56 Denver ............... 64 25 IT PAYS TO EASTER SHOP AT PENNEY'S
81 59 Tampa .......... .
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Iy Lauderdale ....... 82 71 W. Palm Beach ....... 85 70 Little Rock ........:.. 52 39
Fort Myeri ........... 80 67 Los Angeles .......... 59 53
y. CalnesvUle ...... Louisville ............. OVER 1,000 FREE PARKING
.... 79 54 Atlanta ................ 42 24 OPEN
he 43 40 New Orleans ......... TOMORROW
Jacksonville .......... 58 45 .;
77 57 Baltimore ..........
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Key West ...........
83 72 Birmingham .......... !
44 42 Norfolk ............... 45 39 SPACES DOWNTOWN .
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II Charleston ........ .
57 47 Phoenix ............... 77 37
Miami ................ 84
In 73 Chattanooga ......
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Orlando ............... 43 40 Pittsburgh ......,..... 41 38 Nile and Mon. '
81 II .......,....... Every Thurs., and Fri. 'til
ian Pensacola ............ 62 Chicago 37 33 St Louis .............. 42 33 6 P.M. TO 9 P.M.
Cincinnati .............
35 33 Savannah ............. 65 47
St. Petersburg ........
J' 74 62 Cleveland ............. 39 32 Seattle ................ 49 38
Sarasota ..............
84 Dallas ................. 54 33 Washington ........... 42 35

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Snow cad anew flurries .rt forwtrt for tk* A>p.l. M.m Su....,. S<'tt-r4 .It..., .rt .._ $
f.tt.4 lent the ..itt> Pxiflc CMtl and .c..1! r.Ii the l kaway ilviNi .f the Rocky Moun i 2 AND
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The weatherman forecasts ZONE FORECASTS JJ--. ..a... .. U"h____
temperatures In the 70'i, but be- T T IW lfn. ...
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low normal high of 78 degrees A-Sunday partly cloudy and ..., ;
Forecasters also call for low cool. Winds becoming easterly a.-.
12 to 20 miles an hour Sunday. .
humidity and northwest and : e'
I northeast BCD-Fair and colder Sunday -|
winds, 14 to 18 miles
hour. with scattered frost.E 1c
[ F G-Fair and turning colder -
Sunday. ReducedWomen's
170-MILLION CENTER SET HIJ-Fair and turning. cooler
PALA Calif-Construction oft Sunday.
$70.000,000 retirement center K-Partly cloudy through Sun
I II due to start early this year day. Little cooler Sunday. H
In this southern-California city.
It will have 5,000 homes and 800 May flies'' usually live only a www 2. .
apartments, shopping and recreational day after they reach the adult '- : '
facilities a hospital stage, but they are not true ,mL5el EASTER SU\TS fi 0 10< 7
and a medical clinic. flies. A

i F. H. Ecker, 96, Pioneer

L: Insurance Executive, Dies $9

NEW YORK (AP-Frederlck According to Metropolitan of- lion assets, 44.5 million
Hudson Ecker honorary board flelal. none of Ecker' grand-holders( SI06 billion pollcy'l 6
{ chairman of the MetropolitanLife children or reat-grandchlldren force. '
Insurance Co., died Fridayat now I is associated with the Choose from seersucker or Dacron, ( i4Ii'J
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He was associated with the the company" assets were 52 SIRVIC Easter colors. Broken sizes In misses'
million and It had 531.000 policy-I I 1
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company taaler ,
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and helped it become the na- holders with S62.4 million incur- Ine. ..no", \ ; aw; '
tion's largest Insurance firm once In force. I a' v' a" en' -.1111 11 }a, 1'pu
with assets of more than $20 Now Metropolitan has S20 NIw
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Ecker had held the post of i LUGGAGE DEPT. SPECIAL Ifcv
honorary board chairman line erirTh
J951. He started II a M-a-week ATTACHE CASES tf
mad clerk after writing com
pany official in 1883 he wanted
\ a job that offered opportunities A Complete Selection!
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Ecker had been a company | SUNTAN / arl.f
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president from U29-36 and BLACK $695
chairman from 1937-51. ALLIGATOR GRAIN From
Son Died Recently

The death follow by less IllMHIKDS OF ImiOM/ P
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8 ,A---,LAKELAND LEDGER. Sunday, March 22, 1961 .

_ Shriver Says Anti-Poverty Generalship Isn't Political BuildupEDITORS I

NOTE-Some ested In becoming: Johnson' tinned In favor of It. The of the election this fall." 'things, ?" the man would have
peo- s frequently as I prospective people were said, "Technically it is possible;
pit think Sargent Shriver" .If being -vice-presidential running mat,e candidate for vice president poverty program is going to Involve That has never been suggested sir."
roomed as President John-, next fall.Shriver. billions and may be very to me. even Indirectly, as a yes
vice-presidential be taken into consideration I t}. Over roughly how long a
running In an Interview, ale o No Pressure Brought controversial. How would you factor to
mat this fall. Ha lay no, he'i denied that his selection bJ y; compare the two programs? In this program. period?
not particularly Interacted In Johnson to head the campalgi, In drafting the antipoverty: A. First of all, I would haveto Q. Do you think this programis A. Even the people I am talking .
Job, and In the following inteview program, he said, there had ? about, who were geniuses,
against of be permanent one
poverty was part an;y disagree with the major going to a
h. answer questions about buildup for vie: president, oi r for been no pressure from Johnson:premise that the Peace Corps Do you think you can really would never have made any
his new role as director of the Impressive results ocfore ? such predictions. They knew it
office. eliminate
any political was not controversial and everybody solve or poverty
war next November's presidential: desirable, and.
on and
poverty.By The brother-in-law of the late. election. agreed with It. I can t Victory In Sight was possible went and did it.
President John F. Kennedy. "That has never been suggested -remember going to the Foreign therefore, they
W. B. RAGSDALE JR. widely acclaimed for his worl t Affairs Committee In the House A. I think It Ii technically possible
to ,
me even Indirectly as a
and' JOHN BECKLERWASHINGTON I II director of the Peace Corps,. factor to be taken Into consideration and being told by leading Democrats in the United States to I
(AP) Sar!was chief architect of the program In this program," Shri- that there were probablynot eliminate what I call grinding VA HospitalTo
gent Shriver, chief of President' sent to Congress last Mon. ver added. more than two or three out r poverty. It is almost like the
j Johnson's'war on poverty, says day On other subjects, Shriver of the IS people on It In favorof ;!: situation facing medicine in Be Built
he, Is _"not particularly": Inter-, Shriver 41, has been men. said: It. 1900. In 1900 If you had said to
-- -'- Sir William Osler, or to the man
-There was more disagreement I would have to say there Is '
Johns Hopkins, "Do you At
eJ\SQB'$ f.vb, tll t': rl 1 lJ; ; Corps In than organizing there has the been Peace In no question Corps In was my mind just that as con thePeace ly think you can eliminate United Infectious TampaTAMPA

.1:LOOK' it 'Sonotoni'j: Jlimmist:eyeglasjJ.irini; :':ild!' planning- hopes the poverty the program program.He will. 'conspicuous troversial, but as the perhaps poverty not program as .States, diseases typhus In and the those Florida to care(APFacilities for: ailing. veterans In

.J .IISTEN"l be acceptable to any Republican will Increase by 720 beds In'
tp 'Unup'rl; p.rforman .t . administration, If the GOP wins Now with respect to the 20 Teen-Agers planned construction of a $18

hear better look better, live better next fall. amount of money Involved, million Veterans Administration
-He feels It is technically there is no question that this Is Hospital Tampa near University
Most hearing losses can be corrected possible to eliminate extremesof a much larger program In Found GuiltyIn of South Florida.
with Sonotone's terrific new eyeglass poverty In the United States. terms of money But I think you VA Information Director

hearing aid, the THINLINE A transistor answers Some :of the questions and have against to always the number put the of moneyup people Race March James P. Harrington said wouldbe In

hearing aid is built Into Sonotone's Washington the proposal
Q. The Peace Corps did| not Involved.We sent to the Budget Bureaufor
slimmest, lightest temples. Fits wom cost a lot of money, and most estimate that the program JACKSONVILLE (AP)-Twenty the 1968 fiscal year, and thento
trespassing '
en's, men's eyeglass fronts for stylish could 'possibly reach 600,000 people teen-agers arrested on Congress for construction
: In its first so that In ., .. charges after attempting -
I year S f i Shriven Not Ptrtfeulcrlya Interested funds in 1967. Tentative completion
hearing, seeing. The THINLINB is so
PUBLIC NOTICE terms of the number of persons to get service at restaurants is late
good looking your family and friends )Involved In the program, this: politician. I am'not here estimating (cal point of view. This Is apolitical and hotels were convicted Fri' date for the hospital
In the policy hoe in 1969.
pine :
.will admire your choice. ; / atSONOTONE- t. clot m Tytidoyi sod star I program in dollars and cents is: whether it Is a good town. !day.Eighteen A new VA hospital Is plannedat
apse en Siiitdiy. Effective something out of proportion thing politically to have that. I do not think the country were fined $50 each.
March II, 1964 w. will ....... I Ito the Peace Corps. To me, that Is not the problem looks at it this way, or that this Owen Cox 17, was given 73 days Miami, where an existing 450-
this ,ollc". w. will stay .*.. Politician'Q. or the point, either. is the way the President looks In jail and Alphonzo Merritt, 19, bed institution is to be phasedout
.ltd clot Siindor. 'Not and another is being builtat
it Tuttdoy I at it. 30 days, both because of previous
What effect do think Q. You may think you're not Gainesville.
you convictions.
For weeks there have been
217 EAST LEMON $T.. 'LAKELAND JUSTICE the success, or failure, of the of much people of a think politician have, but a lot!reports Q. of a feud between the Some 200 demonstrators Harrington said It has been a
I will have on you a great general VA policy to build Its
,poverty program
98 AUTO PARTS potential In Do President and the attorney gen- marched on city hall and
lATTIKlIS FOR ALL HUllING AIDSTelephone the presidential election next you hospitals near medical schools.
I eral. Can you shed any light on 15 others sang outside a courtroom
MU 2-7816 S. .. JUiTICI, OwntrH.ihway fall? think being director of the war
M Mwm I on poverty Is going to help you why we have these reports? where the 20 were being University of South Florida y
A. That I do know how,
rum mu s-int I not or hurt you? A. No, I do not know why M tried In municipal court.A has none, but a medical school
estimate. I not much of
to am
is facilities the Institution
A., __ _I really___ would_ not know_.. [per cent of these reports come spokesman for the National among
n '
,. 'm In Its
that. I guess if anything is a out. For example, there has Association for the Advancement development
great success It helps you In'been alleged back-fighting, of Colored People said the demonstrations ![program
your life, whether It is In a political squabbling, I feud about the for- were engaged in "hitand
mation of this run" drives to end
or nonpolitical way. I program. segregation
would say that the fact that the Cites Disagreements in downtown Jacksonville Five JapaneseOn
diaorder.Egyptian .
There was no
Peace Corps has been a success I
I would say there was more
would probably make me amore Yacht Missing
disagreement about the organization -
valuable person to work r
TRUCKLOAD of the Peace Corps than MummyCan
for to
an advertising agency or
there was about the organization TOKYO (AP) Five Japan-
sell used cars. Be Sold
of this poverty effort. ese yachtsmen, Including a (
I Denies 'Buildup' ; Q. In the Peace Corps, you: Official Rules grandson of former Prime Minv
Q. There has been I lot of laid great stress on quality op-, ister Shigeru Yoshida, were su

r speculation that nammg-you to eration for lasting results. You' BRUSSELS (AP-The prose- missing aboard their yacht, the le,
head this program Is a potential ,will be under great pressure to cutor's office Friday overruledtwo Maritime Safety Board reported lwt
buildup for the nominationfor press for quick results with the policemen who had stoppedan today.
vice president. Does the job I election coming up next fall. Do art gallery from selling a I The group started from Yokohama t tI
of vice president appeal to you? you think you can achieve these 3,000-year-old Egyptian mummy harbor Friday for I lthe
A. Not particularly: No. Again results? Do you plan to try for because "you can't sell a Aburatsubo, 25 miles south
I am sorry to say so, but I haveto them? corpse." aboard the 29-foot yacht "Sho-
disagree with the major A. This Is going to be as high An office spokesman told the)kaku (Flying Crane)," the 1
premise that you have that putting I quality and effective and efficient -|protesting gallery director that Coast Guard said. IeInI
ON SALE AT me In this job Is pArt of a program as it Is possiblefor mummies could legally be sold One of the crewmen was Iden-
'buildup.' I think here In Wash me to run We are under no as works of art and the policemen tified by the university as Jim Jar
New Store Parking Lot ington everyone necessarily pressure with respect to "press- had shown "too much Aso, 22-year-old grandson of the [Aid
1 views everything from a politi- tug for_quick results_ on account,zea!." I former prime minister. mi
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Aid Lions I Gubernatorial Candidate Fred

ight FundProceeds

from the annual (Karl Lists Points Of Platform

wntown Lions Club minstrel,
o be presented at the 1
TALLAHASSEE (APFred governorship candidate of four 3. Establish a long i 0
itorium on April 8, will be used 10. range pro
o i further the club's tight con, Dickinson of West Palm years ago called sectionalism gram of four-lane and six.lane
rvitlon program. |Beach hit the salesmanship and "the root of Florida's prob highway construction, coordinated .

During the past year the clubas I {development theme hard In his,lems" with federal road building to I
processed 150 cases where (Platform for governor of Florida .I He said that he would seek allow
asied were needed, and has, ways to mold the state Into a counties to plan their own
ipplled glasses In 109 cases In a summary told In general single united one, with each area construction DOWNTOWN SOUTHGATE
II the cases were screened by terms-wlth details to be an recognizing the benefits it re- New Industry
ions members under the Sight nounced plank by plank later, celvea from all others,
219 E. Main
mservatlon Committee, and a 1w the and j 4. Sell new Industry on locating St. 2637 S. Florida Ave.
attorney unsuccessfulParcel
laminations and Te Push FloridaHe In PlnrlHn. ..linn h,"".. nf
glasses were "
rovlded for persons unable to promised to try to "revital./Industry compatible to ; :
ay for them. .... ;1'" Post ize all Florida with an energetic, nity living. commu-I MU 2.7756 MU 6-4159
In all, the club spent morean .." ... well-conceived sales I program to 5. Expand the Florida tourism
S2, 00 In this area In the '; Rates Go instill vibrancy In every facet of program, In an effort to Increasethe
rogram, as well as contributing >> q Up our econonfy." number of visitors by one-,
50 to the Florida Foundation 'or He said that he would use the third, to a total of 21 million by
r the Blind. On April I I governor's office wherever possible the end of I960. .rY
The club Is also "" .t-I' to make it .
at work on 1IlieP. ,, mandatory for 6. Establish a state tourism office
ans to establish a Central e" the state to buy Florida prod-' In Miami
orlda Eye Bank, such as thee .: Domestic parcel post rates ucts'and services where quality 7. Eliminate retail price controls SALE GOOD SUNDAY & MONDAY
will go up on April J, Lakeland and
banks now existing at price meet the specifica on milk, give new emphasis -
Gainesville and Miami Postmaster George P. Brantley lone, and spearhead a drive to] to all Florida agriculture,

Committeemen at work on the GRACEFUL TEAM-. l 1.im end Joe. Oak, aui.....-."" .wifa yesterday.Jr reminded post office patrons ['encourage all persons In the 'provide economic protection for OPEN ALL DAY 1
Hmstrel, the major fund raising water M' doublet' ham, liew sans fancy end .coM state to buy Florida products. 'armersI :
[project' for the sight conserva- tiny practice lor this .ft......'. frt.tmtnt. durbif|r e kilns Lokeland. as The'rate Increases, approved Among other major points In "Recognize Inequitable ap-
jMpn work Include Carl Dekle Water Ski Club loiter show recently by Congress, average he platform summary 'Were nnrtlnnmmt mm tuvntlrm uilthm.t. :
Ifneral chairman en Lake Hollingsworth .t 2 I'C'ac.l about 13.1 per cent The Increase inese: representation on "
; Dick And.! _Ledger Photo t, HueltMlBartov ) rectify to assuretrue 'I
tttkets; Duane Perkins, pub- Is expected to produce 1. Further expansion of the democratic process (must SUNDAY
Iftity; Bill Taggart, program; about $75.4 million each year. higher education system. : await Supreme Court decision",
Unnie Trueblood, printing; Jim / Youth Sells His Catalogue rates will Increase 2. "Realistic compensation for 9. Institute a program of full 'I I
Ibert, makeup; Jim Hall, about 13 per cent* adding about'I teachers to whom we assign our scale combat against crime and
ge; Ed Tarver, end men; $2.4 million. greatest responsibility, the education a practical program of rehablllj
. }(ton.Dates. patron, committee: Champ Steer For $1,477BARTOWSteve The new rates do not apply of our children" tation 1 I : : :
" nn winos, music director; to air parcel post and I international I ijy 'I" 1'lM 'I": 1"'fj'
ulrs. Murray Savage, plan- Crum, t 14 was Publix Super Markets of parcel post, whlcli are Itrrairras'rrrr. I1 4.
year-old Bartow Junior High Lakeland unchanged, Brantley said i
,School student Is J1.477 richer The selling of Crum's grand I The last Increase In parcel I Yes I 0 ''
today-thanks to his participa. champion highlighted the sale post rates was on Feb. 1, 1960, : want to knoy ,I'I'I
TodayIn tion In the schools 4.H Club of 78 animals at an average of Brantley said I I
Crum, the 48 cents per pound. The per more about travel
J. B. Crum,son saw of his Dr. and Herefordcow Mrs pound price Is the highest average InstrSociety I to I SACCHARIN TABLETS
brought In the 17 Youth
grand champion of 17th Fair sales, the BOTTLE OP 1O00-/4 CHAIN
according to County NEW
annual Youth Fair beef cattle, Farm Will YORK I II
Agent Jack McCowan. .
History show, sell for II7J per pound Volu V2L, y
on the
previous -
during Friday night's fat steer high Meet In -
TampaTAMPA 17c
average were not
Immediately CouponDiscount
auction, the climax of the two- I ,
By The Associated Press i day fair available, but McCowan placed WORLD'SIFAIRvia Frl>0 .
oday Is Palm Sunday, March it at around 43 or 44 cents per The 10th Southeastern Wild tea .,
N -< WM M< ittw (
f the 82nd day o' 1964. There Buyer of the 844 pound cow, -pound Conference of the Instrument I 5N. rr.Y M lass
""ft 284 days left In the year i More than 3.000 persons were Society of America
|E Today's highlight In history: Woman on hand to witness the selling will get underway April 7 at 'I r
On this date In 1765, King TrappedIn of 78 steers, raised and shown the Floridian Motor Hotel here, '
eofge III approved the Stamp by members of the county's 4.H with 1,400 members expected to : 1'1'I
vrt--an event that was to play Closet Freed Clubs and Future Farmers of attend. 1'I .P.C.
n Important part In the events chapters The five-day conference will

,lading to the American Revoitlon After Four HoursBATON $404 Average Paid have hotel Its headquarters with reservations In the also motor I I BOTTLE OP 100

-* *. *. The 78 animals sold for a to ,made at the Tampa Sheraton 0.:1: : J.-! .;:. .bd I j II 59* Valut( ''V m" ,
tal of -
On this date ROUGE, La. (AP- $31S87, or an average of Hotel. e
In. )1794, Congress abolished Mri. Darlene Dietrich, 20, was $404 The per head. i Members of the society, Including : Coupon 281
reserve grand
lef slave trade with foreign in a closet at home Friday champion several phosphate and I II Diseonnt Price ..
to Mary Jane Holben I
when her year-old daughter J wilt nu mm-CH-i ..
citrus MM in .
wntrieiIaJ820. of Lake Wales, brought the workers from Polk County beam ease II, IN4 I
I Commodore Stephen slammed the door highest amount of money second will hear addresses by the Champion Trains II III r
ecatur fell mortally wounded Mrs. Dietrich tried to open although It ranked third on a national ISA president, Allen E I
11*-{ duel with Commodore the door. She couldn't. Then per pound basis. Lee, of California.
.1IIft Barrgn In Bladesburg,i she kicked the wall--again and The 1,062-pound red angus was More than 270 Instrument I Round-Trip Including ReservedSeat $6905 I
d.? again and again, Finally she bought by Kwlk Chek Markets manufacturers will exhibit their os Low as x
18 1933, President Franklin D. mashed through a small hole. for $584, or 85 cents per pound. wares at the conference, and per adult I SUPPOSITORIESJAR
She started to crawl
'josevelt signed I bill legaliz- Then she 'etuck.She.took through. Second on a price. per pound ,an Instrument maintenance din-II I (Summer rates effective May 1) ,
| the sale of wines and 32 basis was a 630 pound steer be- ic has been scheduled for Sat Also Package Plan I OP U ADULT ftLtCIRIH
a clothes hanger longing to Tours which Include hotel "
-a preliminary to complete Jerry Eddlnga of Mul urday at the Tampa Electric I
Mai-of prohibition. bent It Into a hook, snagged her berry. It sold to Rid Wing Station. accommodations for three nights (double occupancy 1'\\' 133* Volti* Carriers for 75 ) plus two admianlcnve to the* Wo \A'a
It and
telephone dragged to her vents poundand .
)n 1942, a Japanese ultimatum per Fair. (Add transportation.1 w' V .1\\i I C OtlpO)!* > /
called for help. Firemen and brought $472Donnle 1 Discount Price MLfff
> surrender Bataan Peninsulas
policemen arrived. It about Glover of Halnes CityIOld Chile Radicals Packag 1
was PlanJourt \ Witt Ml -
MM lit rMnrra
Gen. Jonathan nMM M I see
} rejected by I. 53
four hours from door-slam to his I,358.pound steer to I I 1' asm tips Low as, 1.O9't '
Shun :
amrtght. GovernmentSANTIAGO
freedom. Publix Super Markets for 42 ;Y-! It .
jh 1944 U.S. bombers I
cents per pound bringing a total per I
Mrs Dietrich was treated
fecked Berlin. ; at Chile (AP)-The I "
a hospital and released. of $570South Ask about optional sightseeing: trips, Broadway
Ten years ago The Chiif r Radical party has decided to shows stopovers en route which may be In- J
Nationalist assembly on pull out of the pro-Western coalition I cludedf.Special. PAINT i
ifmosa re-elected Chiang Kal- Viet Nam government of President I I
ek. president for a six-year Romney Awaits [Jorge Alessandrl. Ratee'for'groups of 23 or more. Chil WHITI b SOME COLORS a
rim Party leaders announced Friday I dren's rates upon application ..? I 1 Gallon Ttf 41
Five years ago '.' President Arrival 8th Rebels Attack, I night the decision to withdraw ,.".In f urn film nttntHntl. till MU 207H. H J
,\peal/bdel Nasser of the Unit- GrandchildLANSING. from democratic coalition,! I mail! ttupmt I [ Coupon
I wtab'ReoubliC charged that Stage AmbushSAIGON formed five years ago with thejl SO.144 Discount Frtre
Atlantic/ Coast Line Railroad/ J
tf Iraqi government had re- Mich. (AP)-'Tm rlghtwlng .Conservatives and I I I ACL Passenger Station' I we rq s.e...... wia saw Umlw, Mirrt M IaN
sat tit join an Arab attack on Liberals.. .
worried about the
really population South Viet Nam Lakeland, Florida J Ii /
rsW 1958 and that Egypt
In "
alone. explosion, MichiganGov. (AP) Communist guerrillas I am interested In going to the World's Fair, leaving rI
isj notable to do It I I I
Otiy years ago .A Parish Lansing George after W Romney he became jokedIn a[attacked two government the southern held SINUS SUFFERERS. I (data) .-. for ____________ days I I
Le Monde) quoted outposts near tip Please the cost for______ _,
'mptptr ( grandfather for the seventh of Viet Nam then TRY OUR I I give me adults I
,bt* Prime Minister Fidel Cast time. an artillery Saturday unit sent ambushed to SUPER COLD CAPSULES i children rooms.I under 12, to occupy ( ) one ( ) two hotel I STARTER SET
critical of Soviet
emler as being Khrushchev's actions time He's grandfather due to become In the an not eight-.too- relieve authorities the reported posts, government I Web I tneradkslo I I I I am also Interested In the following optional! extras": i iI 20 mCI--BLUI WILLOW MTTIRM
the Cuban missile crisis T* Inns Fort Relief' limit t
distant future. The commander of Nam Can
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i Jewelry wardrobe Is I stringf birth to her fifth child a girl. ambushed, and six government FLORIDA PHARMACY City xLt Yip Coda- I Ma swr.-oww. sou Mamoire rr.e a. t/M
pearls Pearls can be worn His other daughter, Mrs. Bruce:soldiers wounded. til N. MOM Are I "Thanks for Using Coast Line"I
vlth anything from a sweater Robinson 'of Ann Arbor, Mich., Action elsewhere was reported Lak....... Via 'I I
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10-A LAKELAND LEDGER, Sunday, March 12, 1984 United Fund
Good Friday Easter Sunrise

_ Early Explorer-Sought; Treasure Goal I Shy

MADRID Many of ths that In the 1560* he had traveled Services Scheduled In
City $60,000
early explorers of North America -, overland from the Gulf of Mexico By
to Canada and visited a city
were searching for Norum-
. of that name whose house were Community Good Friday and The Rev. Caxton Doggett, Carter, associate pastor, First : Less than 10 days remain In
begs, a rich Indian City. of silver and crystal' and whose Easter Sunrise services will be' pastor of First Presbyterian Methodist the Easter! Morning the campaign period of the I

The search stemmed from the! inhabitants wore fine fun and offered in Lakeland thl.i Church, and the Rev. Dr Evert Prayer; the Rev. D. F Joach United Fund of Greater! Lakeland

account of a sailor who said Jewels -' year by the Lakeland again Minister! A. Cremer pastor of Westminster im, First Christian Church, the and to conclude success- I
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asfati SPIN SUNDAY al Association Presbyterian Church Easter message, the Rev. J R. full1 on March 31 the drive will
are presiding ministers Hunt, Methodist Temple, the have to bring In about $60,000 !
The Good Friday services. I
DontFDDIE Ministers boor-diction the days remaining
taking part In the m
from noon until 3 o'clock, will
service the First The Lakeland Campaign officials think it
4t be at Baptist Institutional High School I
held In two churches: the
Church will be the Bund and Chorus under the dl'' can b, done. They lay substantial -
Methodist Church Lake
| on Rev C. H, Bulden, New Ml reetlon of Mr. Eric Berg, win ,t + volunteer Interest remain
y Morton, and the First Baptist : ,,
1 Zion i Church, the Rev W R: lake part In the service and that there are enough un-

AROUND Dakota Institutional Ave. Church at 130 N. Lovelace,.. Harmony.. Bitpiiatinurcn At both Good Friday and a r li reported contacts to feel hope
: me nev r. w. ri ming Easter services, an offeringwill ful
The meditations on the Wordson the driveto
St. Davids Episcopal be received for the Three-quarteri
the Cross will be presentedat Church the Rev S. Alh- support $231,000 for 17 community -
figuring : Guy of the work and program of the raise
the First Methodist Churchby earn, Orange Heights Methodist Lakeland Ministerial Assocla service agencies has been

the Rev Whitney J. Dough Church, the Rev C. R. lion such; as the services of a completed according to campaign

your own Wesley Memorial Methodist Johnson, South Florida Church chaplain at the Lakeland General chairman, Jerry Kent
Church, the Rev. Joseph Hunt of the'Nazarene: the Rev Wil Hospital special community I M and Kent reports that the per-

ley, Grace Evangelical Lutheran -ton Carter, associate pastor of worship service, and radio centage Increase necessary to
Church; the Rev. R. W. the First Methodist Church: ministry. make the goal la being realized

INCOME TAX Jenkins, Edgewood Baptist.ti and the Rev Ralph C. Ar- In case of Inclement weather thus far The 1964 goal la 12
Church: the Rev, W. R. Simmons baugh, pastor of First Presby- In- cent $25000) higher than
the Sunrise Service will be held MOTHER AND FIVE CHILDREN Dst IN FIRg-Fir.mes' per (
Church Highland Hills Rev.Presbyterian J. Lea-terian Church. I,at the First Baptist Church. poet the ch...... mm of a wood frame ho... ,In Dpi.1, Cilif, III the amount raised In 1963
; The Rev Paul H Jackson I ..rte.. which Mrs Sand. Duran, 25, end bar five children did tod.rHr "I don't feel discouraged at'
First Church of the
ter Seel '
Th. snip *ne t.h.ndla stated."It looks tome
war Nazarene the Rev P. L. Blow host pastor, will be the presldng h.ioond, Rmiboii D, Dura S,., 19, end "loco, Ftoronc Solii, all, Kent
,.U f tll problem ; Fund It In
minister. Medic Journal that the gaining
Bowen Methodist Temple, and wr burned amid .r* In critic*) condition The ,...d..1t fire was
the Rev W W. Thomas Music Provided "Ii.... steeled ly a dractiv ell hest... The children rn.*d Inos acceptance support t
.. .
east war tot It to kra Makes There has been a lot of Interest
TAXI IT TO BLOCK! 55 Church of God of West Lakeland Special music will be provided MonkeysOf from four months to t y..'. (AP Wi'.,.....) generated this year and

W.'ll |iv. you hit, .eeu. by the host churches and All Of Us many remarkable success stories

isle, guirontood "..lea'l with the cooperation of other GOP Frets As Johnson have come forth from local ; ;
a coit t. low It'n raoliih I. LU3 HEMORRHOIDSFissures Lakeland churches LONDON organizations For Instance, an ;
UP A British i The Easter Sunrise Service of the net Increases of
MM ", S. today! medical analysis
GUARANTEE Fistulos end will be held at Henley Field at time has come magazine for man says to make the Keeps Politics 'Low Key'By the 32 organizations now listedon r

W* ,/or_.,.,* ,,,," .''i.. .( wary lo. into*. If other Rectal Diseasessuccessfully 6am, The ""Rev J. R. Hunt, room in his our Fair Share Roll of Hon .
w. male any *rrr. rtiol, nit pie *.f pointy or I."..... treated by pastor of Methodist Temple, is for the family tree JACK BELL Sen. Barry Goldwater of Ar. or reveals a total Increase of
chimpanzee and
.o will pay tho p.nolf/ or 1..1. NON-JURGICAL I the presiding minister, and the There now seems little gorilla. WASHINGTON (AP) How, zona and New York Gov. Ne. over $11,000."

methods.NO following ministers will particl that zoologically speaking question I"nonpolitical" can a president t son A Rockefeller to stir an y I Kent admitted that some

pate In the service: these: apes are man's brothers get when he Is assured of his widespread enthusiasm for problem areas exist but he said Ii
.,a3ClXSJ] :co. LOSS OF TIME The Rev. J. F. Johnson First In the genus homlnidae the urty'i nomination and obviously their candidacies in New Hampshire that these areas were being followed -'
Assembly of God, the invocation .I wants two elective terms If 's Republican primary up. He called on all volunteers
magazine Lancet
Nation t lrnl T.. ....... _100 Hflm fUrw 111* U. SI0 DR. EARLE RABB ( and responsive reading: I Until reports he can wangle them? tended to confirm his opinion with unfinished work tot

< WEST WALNUT ST. CLINIC N.D.h the Rev. F. E. Bird, First styled himself lately the man sole has memberof always That's a question that has the Johnson has a long record o complete It as soon as possible.

WtdnAM. t* 9 PMSt, end Sun 9-S. Ph. 616.19S1 P the Rev. W. billingsgate Just to keep his
IRPARISINa -110 the Scriptures: chimps and watch President Johnson'"nonpartisan" s
: gorillas to the less
"O'NT'.I-C! ,!
swanky zoological club knownas efforts to keep vole in shape He can be abou eQO/I/ OJ'' .}/o.or:B '.v
as rough as they come when h e
the pongidae, along with the politics on a low key a little ; fete
orangutan more than seven months before takes to the stump, but he la n 0P .
the November election. occupant of the perpetual! soa
Recent research Into such
aspects of men and apes as Johnson has passed the wordto The organizations listed below t
serumprotelns, cytogenetics and Democrats of all persuasionsto No Percentage have reported attainment
Make FULL USE chromosomes strongly suggests avoid rough and tumble campaigning While he served as minority or oversubscription of Excellence *

that the -thimps and gorillas as much as possible un leader of the Senate, he con or Fair Share goals In
have been the victims of snobbish tit after the party's August slstently refused to Join in Democratic the 1964 campaign of the United .i

segregation, the magazine nominating convention broadsides against Re Fund of Greater Lakeland,,
says The, research leaves no His need for Republican support publican President Dwight D The goals are based on suggested .
of FULL SERVICE BANK doubt that the gorilla and chimpanzee to win final congressional Eisenhower. The Texas senator giving standards for
company and/or executive and 4
your are much closer to man action on acceptable civil rights didn't think there was any political
than they are to the orangutan l legislation has contributed toward percentage in flailing employe giving Additional
names will be hated
The magazine grants that his current speak-softly'away at a popular president. as qualify
ing results known.
man's adaptation of his limbsto policy. Johnson obviously is trying t 0 are

I There's progress In your future, and the promise of walking and making tools Not Rocking Boat create the image of an executive EXCELLENCEOrganizations
his relatively smaller jaw and who stands a cut above the ( giving 20%

accelerating scientific and technological developments his relatively greater brain Linked to this, as explained politics.as.usual level. He thinks or more than Fair Share requirements IE
size might once have Justified'by ,a close associate, la the that was one of the secrets o f ) '.foil

new advances that lead to an easier, more productive, more putting him In a separate zoological 'residents feeling that things Eisenhower's wide popularity Wtllman-Lord Engineering +char
family. are going along rather well for And he still likes and admiresElsenhower Company ,
fulfilling life for all. As you chart your course for your personal him now and It makes no sense on a persona Florida Southern College. 1I
ARADIO to rock the boat. basis Metropolitan Life InsuranceCo.
,' goals and gains, you will find this bank helpful in It Is Johnson Judgment that .
the people, who took some timeto Linder Industrial Engineer
.: L TV
\1.mQnyrwaY'j.tQ..Q"ur.'mor., ., productive plon'ning. J nw ". SERVICED recover from the shock of l his State .Official big Co.
!; "" i'''j ': I MW14U7TM I" ::: Bit: predecessors assassination, are I Lanier Upshaw, Inc.
JI w S-tMf
J.J t/ I
\ Ahead ''\ ......, A P.. W1 In no mood yet for political Lakeland! Abstract Co.
As You MoveCount I -barnstorming. The failure of Reverses RulingOn First State Bank of Lakeland.
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Jefferson-Bishop, Inc.
On Us Tax Payment FAIR SHAREOrganizatione I Fto

I' ( reaching or
TALLAHASSEE (AP) State exceeding Fair Share goals) d
To Help You With Revenue Commissioner J. Ed Mutual Wholesale Co. G

Uk.lond Chopror #19, Sepal Arch Masses, will .......... the I Straughn Friday reversed himself Union Florida Tile Industries, Inc

Ificiil slits/ of thro* dlirlnouuhod tokol.nd. York. life Mount I and declared that the fees Company.Bag-Camp Paper
paid charter boat and r.
FULL BANKING SERVICE .f the Minl Tampla M I boat operators are not subjectto Pendarvls Chevrolet.Myrlck's J
Men and
j the state sales tax Boys
f MARCH 24, 1964 *t 710 '.M. I He said that the new interpre-I The Empire Store. ,I
tation was based on rulings of J. C. Penney Co., Inc. I II

These man *.*. Thomas N. Mcrrinn, Grand !M*.-.*.. *f Flw the Florida attorney general and Maas Brothers. M Ii.,

Ida. York lit* kodloi.; James W. McDmld, Grand PI, If ,said that the rule applying the Apex Smith Distributing and Company. 15dtt '
\ : tax will be rescinded retroactiveto Son Appraisers t cletiu.4J
> .'t the Florid Crond Chipror .{ R.A.M.i end James I. Nerd, Bib, Inc.Florida .

I'Co': D.D.6.H.'. .f the Florid Grand Ch.,... of R.A.M.RrirMhmonti h*July.said Refunds may be claimed Citrus Mutual.

l Boat rental In which the customer Florida State Department Of !\
will k* ""... operates the craft, and Public Welfare.
Florida National )
Bank al
14a so-caJled: party boat chargeswhere
All/ Royal Arch Mesons *r. .....'.11, l...ltod n Hind the cost Is a flat fee per Lakeland. ; NfJntemI
The Smoke ,
person, still will be subject to House.
I the tax he said j Pepsi Cola Bottling Company
rr of

J. Acid, Inc.Hydrominee. Iiif


r lot AIR CONDITIONERSNeed Allsopp Insurance Agency.
q Central Glass and Mirror I
4 i Company.
regular SERVICING Ballenger Auto Storage Inc. 1
k K4 Hughes Supply, Inc.
i i I f' Growers Administrative Com. I
< AI mitteeTeuton's. !

., I Laundry and Dry ; 1
Cleaners, Inc.

r. .. NOW F Luck/! CharmsGo t ;er;,

Is Tin Tim. i Under Mast '. ri,

1\\' ."" Cq to hay JourROOM Of ConstitutionBOSTON F
I : I
,' h I AIR CONDITIONER Massachusetts -
Savings Accounts Soft Deposit U.S. Savings Bonds Gov Endicott Peabody and I inni
N I Rear
1. I Adm William B. Sieglaff nik
c. Personal I Loans Drive) In Service COMPLETELY SERVICEDBefore I commandant of the First Naval
Travelers Checks I District, will place good luck

Cashiers Checks Home Improvement I the Rush of the Season I U Upon Us. of pieces USS under Constitution the new when foremast It 1* 0G

Christmas Club Loans Bank By Moil stepped Constitution Into place Is Monday. a a
known in naval '

Checking Accounts Auto Loans Trust Dept. This// Includes the following: ,lore The as custom"Old Ironsides of placing coins Itnn

't I-Nclc-Up and Delivery under the mast to Insure good I
1 fortune is one of the hallowed
2-Completely Clean Air Conditioner
;traditions of the
.' Open P.M. 7 P.M.-For 3-Point In.ide4Repiocl back to the Phoenicians
t' Friday E"nings--4 to Your Banking Convenience
I ng'hor
Filter $1495 Constitution
I nearing completlonofthedrydockphaseofher I
I 5-oil. All Motor I
refurbishing is
fr -Check Refrigerant Charge eat commissioned warship Navy's old-and

I 7-Check WirintSCompl"ely I lis scheduled to return to her c i

I :' &: T PEOPLES BANK Operation: Check Air 'Conditioner Slightly Permantat Higher Type Charges Installation.0* I,Iberth March at 25.Postmaster. Pier 1 In the yard I II U e

PHONE MU 6-4176 : Says toa..

OF LAKELANDWith ;: New Techniques a.rn

Denier With Service I

-c Must Be Used rna

Trust Department Taggar-t. e OPENFRI. I WICHITA. Kan (AP) Postmaster ei
/ John A Grow +
NIGHT ouskl, speaking In thto
Kan., told 1.600
Peterson TL| 9 ,from three states that postmasters If they l xeei

to cut POStal eiu
110 Kerneywood---Opposit. Southgate the year .000 we will costs be using"by ve

IIs.cent .tampa rather than fIVe- 00
'f ,I scent ..tampa.II 1

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LAKELAND LEDGER, Sunday, March !2. !1K4. 11-A_

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nwmimt hm a c .corlO. with h Lyon, L..1.1I4 i
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will Jllllior High School 1 h.edm.st..e Hit tImc, .t, mrMMrM ...1.4 lry eke
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HighInd I Kelly Pledges To Work For AgricultureFlorida I ,

To Present -
Agriculture la being said he will work with the Florida saying that the Kelly campaign
II ncert MondayLakeland gravely threatened with unfair Congressional delegation to, catching fire at the Grass-
competition Sen. Scott Kelly restrict the importation of Agriculture -: level. He laid he Is 'tI
High School said yesterday In Marianna. In. support rapidly because I
_naught Band will hold its Kelly laid agricultural Imports products that are inn is the candidate of the pea .
}ry Celebration Concert tow produced with cheap labor competitive position.'f Is .,
he will to Washington nrm
necessary go
night at Branscomb Met are forcing Florida Agriculture
and work with the U. S.
I Auditorium, starting at product price down.
t Referring Dept. of Agriculture in developing SUBWAY QUIETEST Hw
t specifically to beef Imports. Kelly a program to protect Florida BERLIN-Berlin's subway, the
>cial guests for the concertbe said beef Is being importedat Farmers. .Bah",, which has been called
all persona, organlza- a price lower than the Kelly told his audience that Ith. world's quietest to being
and business firms which ida cattle producers costs.Flor-I several Florida political col-!extended and made, more effi
ibuted $3 or more during The gubernatorial. umniits are writing columns;clent.CHILDREN'S .
14 and Parents Aaeoclatlon'sdrlve
[ to cover expenses for I

m; {fcand's nal Cherry to trip participate to Blossom Washingtonmonth In th'l SELF SERVICE SHOE STORE I

tats for guests will bee I 10 AJM. TO 7:30
iible at the door. Tickets I 5 ;
fo fee general public are SHOP IN All ALANDBABU
a (1.50 from for band reserved .avail-// CONDITIONED COMMIT

f eneral admission; and 50 conl oo hnl
I for student tickets. Tickets I .
> sold at the door.
doors wiu open at 7;30ck A


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charters from the secretary of i INFANTS' SIZIS I TO I NOVEMBER DELIVERY GUARANTEED!
5 i H** it was announced ) YOUTHS' SillS IVY TO I
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ling In drugs and prolesslon-

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Id Farms Dundee Road.I < Otk r hmMNamt And OWnr ..._ '" "f ,::'
win KIWWII trtnit .r.iHta M._ .r.n... .
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aid I E. A. Malmanger, all of 6 J' '-
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-\ LAKELAND LEDGER. Sunday March M IM4 State Nature Group I Bids Mean Little In Huge Space Spending "

,<'MVf'J I To Convene In Estero I By BEM PRICE cy's budget request for fiscal i I Relatively little ha* been told with McDonnell Aircraft corp,
F > The 19M by 1660 million to ..1.1t l I bout how NASA spends Its of St. Louis for the production
11't: } billion. money and whether the agency|of Project Mercury pace
; ESTRO-The third annual talk by Earle Frye of the flor- National Aeronautics: and Space t How Agency Spend receive a dollar' worth of|. capo.uIGl.
convention of the Florida Nature ida Game and Fresh Water Fish Administration has a charter good and service for each
Conservancy will be held here Commission, and an address by from Congress calling for estabUahment Since the space agency was:,dollar The Initial $19.5 million con.
Walter Boardman, executive director of U.S. preeminencein I formed In 1968 out of the old The House Commltt on Science tract called for production of all'space
April 3 and 4, on a theme of
National Advisory Committeefor I capsules of a single de.
of the National Nature space. and Astronautics has as
"Natural Area Conservation Un- NASA will Astronautics, I its Impressive' sign.
Conservancy, Washington. To reach this goal sembled figure which show
der the Florida Outdoor Recrea- The presiding officer will be have the spending of something scientific achievement and that between July 1, 1961, and Ultimately NASA decided ..
tion Act." Melvin Finn, Miami attorneywho between $35 and $50 billion In plans have been widely reported March 31, 1963, NASA awarded needed 20 capsules and the;
M The meetings will be held In three years ago helped organize the decade 196070. 68 contract involving more|should be progressively mooh
the Koreshan State Park at Es the Florida chapter of Whether the apace agency b than $5 million each. fled to improve design I after'
tero, 20 miles north of Naples Nature Conservancy exercising wisdom and foresightIn Who Gave During that period 40 of these'each launch and on the basis ot i
oy WILLIAM D. SHILLING and II miles south of Fort My- Further information may be the spending of such vast Man contract were renegotiated and new Information.The .
Ledger Staff Writer ers on U.S. Highway 41. obtained by writing Florida Na-'sum Is a matter of considerable the amount of work to be done, Western Electric Co,
Features of the convention will ture Conservancy, P.O. Box 37 debate in and out of Con- Prize For Word for NASA was expanded about signed a $33-million contract I it
Commissioner R.H. Gibson urged several months include tour of the
a park's tropical Estero. Registrations should gress. $900 million. provide the Project Mercury
ago that the City of Lakeland remove Its on-street botanical gardens con- also be mailed to this address.'Opry' .I The experiences to date-:plus Dead At 89 In awarding the Initial contracts tracking and ground instrument
parking meters from the downtown business section.He ducted bY Miss Hedwla Michel. congressional reaction to them NASA says It fully real- tatlon systems.This .
who is l In charge of the conven -undoubtedly will Influence the additional work came to
ized that the work would haveto
said that he believed that the
eliminating tion; a boat trip down the Es- Stars scope and direction the space QUINCY, Mass. (APDelcevare be expanded and the original $70 million and cost overrun
meters, and limiting the on-street park- tero River, a cruise of Estero program take in 1964 and King, 89, banker and phi- contract were just to finance a came to $50 million.
ing time would help downtown busi- Bay and a visit to Mound Key; thereafter.A lanthropist, who once gave a start NASA asked for additional
ness interests. and a tour of Caribbean Gardens Coming ToFriday tendency to give NASA less prize for the coining of the word There were "cost overrun" work amounting to $20.7 million
1 Gibson voted against the city's conducted by Alexander has already died at to $15,
than It asks ap acofflaw. Saturday on 19 of the contracts and they The cost overruns came :
lease agreement with the Park & Shop IIkJ Sprunt Jr.Richard. Polk peared. Congress cut the agen his home.In I added about $200 million to the million.
organization. He said he believed that Pough, biologist and 1323 King gained nationwide bill. I In discussing contract proc
the leasing of publicly-owned parking author from Pelham, N.Y., will I Students Swarm attention by offering $200in dures generally before the Sen.
lots to a private corporation was illegaL ; c be the speaker at a dinner." A WINTER HAVEN-The Winter gold for the best word to Cost Plus Fee 'ate Space Committee, Sen. Stu.
City Attorney J. Hardin Peterson movie, "Florida Forests, will Haven Police Benevolent Association Over Daytona characterize those who In wordor A "cost overrun" involves expenses art Symington, I>-Mo. said: "Ai
Jr. said that the lease certainly was in"gray" I' also be shown at the dinner, nar- will sponsor a "Grand deed scoffed at prohibitionand beyond the initial estimate -|everybody knows some of these
rated by Hury Long of the Florida Old Opry" Friday at 7:30
night : .
other laws."Scofflaw" the have deliberately
a area legally. Forest Service. DAYTONA BEACH (AP-An| by contractor All companies
o'clock at Nora Mayo Hall. I
Nothing ever came of Gibson's I students free was declared the NASA'a major contract are on quoted tens if not hundreds of
pro- Other features will Include a The star of the will Invasion by college
posal to do away with the on-street, SHILLING I be- ROy Orb1 on.I program ger- who for Easter vacation, variously winner among some 25,000 a cost plus fixed fee basi. millions below cost In order to
meters. estimated at 10,000 to 30,000 entries. A classic example of what can get contracts knowing that alt
has made such hit records
President Grants Man," "Mean Woman as strong, and bent on a good time King was chairman of the happen when costs exceed estimates er they do that, and once they
it of the South Shore National ] and there will
Blues," "Blue Angel," and kept a double shift of police officers board when NASA changes have the contract
Bank from 1940 to 1961 its mind be minimum of
the run Saturday on engineering requirements probably a
Orlando Wish Of WomanTo "Only The Lonely. Orbison on
Hassle "
EruptsIn records for Sun Records and Police Capt. W. C. Hall said when he retired. I II the NASA contract 10,000 engineering changes.
Orlando, a considerable controversy has de- various other recording companies 'I wish I was somewhere else"
veloped over on-street meters in the downtown busi- See Son FreedMANILA He reported some 50 merrymakers l
section. Also starring the show will booked Saturday, mak- ,
ness (AP-The wish of a be George Hamilton IV, a star ing a total of Juat over 200 so far. I
City Commissioner George Barker proposed that woman said to be 111 years old In the recent movie, "Hoote- The charges Included underage
the meters be eliminated. And he refused to acceptan to tee her grandson freed from nanny"; Bum Wilson, a comedian drinking, disorderly conduct,
amendment to his motion that the meters be re- prison before she dies ha been who star on the "Grand ages by minors, drinking on the ., .
granted by President Diosdado Old Opry," and who starred In possession of alcoholic bever-
moved for a trial period only. Barker suggested that Macapagal. the 'show last year at Winter street and littering the beaches..
parking meter revenue pledged for bond Issues be I Macapagal signed a conditional Haven; and Judy Thomas vo- I Hall said he believed there
replaced either by an increase; in ad valorem taxes or pardon for Aristotle O. calist. would be more than 20,000 vacationing -
Rosales, sentenced In 1960 to Student tickets, If bought In students here by Mon
by of the
earmarking a part from the city'sutility
serve 4 to 10 years for assault advance, will\ be $1. Admissionat day. Other sources expected as
system. The move had been recommended the door will be $1.50 for many as 70,000 by Easter week Say D
torial The: Orlando Sentinel commented in a lead edi- I by the parole board. adults and $1 for children. end. FOOD TOWNFreshly _

"City Commissioner George Barker'i plan to
abolish all parking meters in Orlando should have Ground, Lean

the enthusiastic support of every citizen, every mer- GOODVEAliWWHHI i
I I 1
chant, every city commissioner.
"For the meters must go.

"Our citizens should not be required to pay for 3 Lb. 119

the privilege of parking on city property which they Pkg.
already pay taxes to maintain. j BEEF

"Local and out-of-town shoppers should not be

expected to pay for the privilege of doing business 9MpR
with downtown merchants, and should not have to Tall Hickory Sliced

undergo the harassment of fines for over-parking. N

"Orlando is big enough and prosperous enoughto
be able to offer free parking for its friends and
customers as well as the homefolks." BACONSAVE

The City of Winter Park recently did away with SAlE

its,parking meters, and newspaper reports are that
t JTrcildenta,,I there are well pleated. ,
"''"n At'ICisslmmee,'''eowntovmbust. ,ep:mt.e f
calling tor:the death of orwtreeparklna **. Lb.
'\:, h... story; ,everywhere items quite taml .la..n..1 4" I $1
business problem of downtowns HERE!


Sauer's Vanilla or LemonEXTRACT
Poor Week For

This was not a happy week for Tax Assessor Automatic WASHERS

George Boswell. 2! 10

tax The inequities Ledger in published Lakeland.a series of five articles on I :

City Hallways reported weeks ago that the onus ,'"
for this unsavory situation could not be laid at Bos- Pillsbury or Ballard

well's door. He is a conscientious assessor and a com-

petent city official. CAN

Boswell simply inherited an assessment roll BISCUITS Limit Se
which could not be kept current because of the lack
of staff. With Lakeland's tremendous growth in re- Three

cent years, the office of the assessor has been for-
tunate to.keep appraisals current on new construc- Joan of Arc Kidney

tion. The old assessments have simply had to be

ignored.In the. final analysis, the city commission is re- BEANS #300 ge
sponsible for equitable property assessments in Lake- Can
land. The commissions of many years past must share
the responsibility for the sorry condition of the roll.

The 1964 commission must assume the responsi- A i k.
bility of seeing that all property assessments are fair j ROYAL
and equitable. There seems little doubt that it will

do just that. 95 GELATIN Three Limit 3 Pkgs. 1 19c d}

Power Controversy DiscussedA

word or two about the controversy between i W/T 60 Ct. Pert Assorted ColorsNAPKINS I
the City of Lakeland and the Tampa Electric Co.
over invasion of territory.

The late Charles Larsen was the "father" of the i
municipality's utility system as It exists today. pkg.9c
Larsen believed that the growth of the Greater \1
Lakeland area was dependent upon providing elec-
tric power to residents of the then outlying areas. 1
Under his direction, the City of Lakeland ex- I $500 DOWN .
tended its transmission lines miles north of Polk Lb.Cello.
City, to the Crystal Lake-Combee sections, to Me- CARROTS 9c
dulla and Kathleen-to virtually all of the areas out- "
side the corporate limits. 1.45 Weekly

As far as dollars and cents were concerned, it '
wasn't exactly good business. Customers were few I
and far between some 20 or 25 years ago. We recall
that homes and businesses were far apart in the I -- WA530Y
Crystal Lake-Combee sections even as recently as '
15 years ago. The same holds true for U.S. 92 West I SPECIAL TRADES ON
the Mulberry Road, the Dade City Highway, and ALL OTHER WASHERS
the Polk City Road. I.: '

Larsen was a man of vision and today there is a I 1\i
city of more than 25,000 persons just outside the I s 12 Pound Capacity I f.j
legal limits of the municipality. I

Beyond this city, just three miles outside the : o Water Temperature Selection
perimeter of the city's legal limits, there is great I ,
additional growth.Historically i Automatic '
o Fully
private utility firms were not interested I
in extending their power lines into these areas '
Load Control
when they were sparsely settled. It's a different
story now. And future growth promises to be even I 610 W. MEMORIAL 1621 N. FLORIDA
AVE. ;
greater. I e Damp Dry SpinGOOOIiEAR
The Tampa Electric Co. would now prefer that AND 991 COMBEE ROAD
the Lakeland utility system confine its transmission ,
lines to the area inside the corporate limits.

And Lakeland is not seeking to invade the ter- SERVICE OPEN SUNDAYS 8 TILL 1
ritory served by the private utility firm. Quite to 6
j the contrary. STORE

We hope that the matter of territory can be resolved 201 W. Main St. Lakeland MU 2-5177 QUANTITY RIGHTS RESERVED '1
at the conference table. If it is not, the City of PRICES EFFECTIVE THRU TUESDAY :
i Lakeland will take the problem to the courts. I'; MARCH 24thJJ. i

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price.o Ie ee.dline plus. frees .d will ..."tu.II, r.. predscing' ..I....... fI"'H' led yuq turplOltl age II lleW. Work pl.sted
this .clematis. relact h. Iud b..s completed by ..,.ri... .s w .
Sen. Agrieulterel Ch.I..1 C.. ..." I. located
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a lotion WATERFRONT... HOMI-W.t.rf.rt hem" fat L...,.."" b..misg, Papac ,I." M kr "' ", arlc.. C'....", ,' Comp. This ,
ms, ..I" II... the .h_ .1 thOi. "... photo wee t...* a month ales 'I
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Is typical, .f '
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mining sad .", .tl.. ear.s. 1

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Leaves Polk A Land Of Scars

Phosphate mining no longer '---o. .. ..
leaves Polk County a wasteland 4 i
t. of pits and. ragged \ ,,; t

LONG STRITCH This. .ttncHv. ,.,,1. ,| b .* .. mounds. rfI
.. .M tk ,.._ mile.|| stretch .... .Y n r
edge e! "'".*oef '". which' l "Devises' Cfctml.! C.mMn It Improving end buuHfying. "lf I. Today the phosphate com- t
located tbowt Him miles.. west' 'f lartew *n the touHi side .f Highway 60. pan lei are working as hard-
: end as effectlvely-to reclaim

i '__ "' the land after the phosphate '*
is removed. $
.1# t 'ofr
\ During the past three years,
the eight companies mining
phosphate In Polk and Hills-
borough counties have built
land equal to 75 percent of d
the total area tnlmd., sad will!I
lnerM 1 t0hls pcrcfnt.|. ofrvclaBiattm :
.durlnf ;the tIext _
five years,''M. W. Chesson
chairman of the land use and ra
reclamation committee of the
Florida Phosphate Council,
aid. Chesson la also manager -

of the Florida phosphate ryt .
operations of the American Y

y Cyanamid Co.Policy. :
' K Adopted 0 i :

Floyd B. Bowen chairman

of the council and manager of ---.- -----.--- .- __ ____ .m__._ --... _u..____
y the phosphate operations hereof
International Minerals and IIS OPIRATION-Pwtrfnl', kMy-Jvff. kvlMoun sn tktwii the kikwr .t fklt p.1.' .Id, k.. km ntlmlmtt. Tk. ewe
Chemical Corp., pointed out hen l...lliis lend *t s.it .f .* tO-tttt rsciem.Hea l rajcct .* Swift bud ate red _l.m.tI.. prajtcri d... resulted I* ..,....,.
that early In 1961 all the com Kit testis iMt ., Highway fI ckfut two mlltl ...t *f Fort Meade .""hw., f.. t..., ,Including, until ........'
panies mining phosphate In being ttit\tft4\ kf Swift end Cm: *...,. A lOO.cr* ir.. perils .> m r
C this area adopted "a reclamation -
policy calling for mining ed reclamation: program was made during the past three Chesson said the voluntary "Some deposits are being
activities planned In such away created, he said, by the rapid years said land equal to 75 program in Florida of making worked for the second or third
DESIRAIU PROPERTY This ".. .. ... komturt ,..M.*y, k.rJ..rlne Highway 60 Inside else "
that, where practical, the growth of the area and the per cent of the amount mined land available to the pub- time, he said, "as a result
Ifwtttom ..... .f Mi. lart.w city limits' woe tnct tw.m, Infnttd with tn.k.. end ...OI4Iul.... ktlorektiiie land Involved would be usedto Increased Interest by the phosphate had been reclaimed during lic after mining was workingfar of improved processing techniques -
m!.." cud reclaimed, kf ........, Atrlcultvral" Ch..lcal l C.MM..,. Minim tttrttrf I is thii ..*. help meet the aesthetic and companies in meeting that period. more satisfactorily than An excellent example
.f sl.kmtf 100 acne In Ftbru.iY 1959, alter efBstal M""i", !.. had bile .....,...< fpm Hi. City practical needs of the community all public responsibilities" Last year, the equivalent of where states have mandatory of this la the 1,100-acre Christina .

[.I l.rt... ." Chesson emphasizing the SI per cent was reclaimed.' legislation. recreation area a few
I The need for, this accelerat- progress the industry has It is not possible to reclaim Compulsion Not Needed miles north of here
immediately aU the land "This land was mined by-
which Is mined Chesson explained "We are proud of the fact draullcally before the days of
that this extensive and
I pointing out that up costly the dragline and the flotation
to SO per cent of mined land program has been undertaken plant In a few years, It will
... voluntarily In response to public -
> areas must be retained for be mined again. In the meantime -
,... '...... opinion In Florida," he
It Is
serving as a very
..- waste disposal and water conservation ,
.- said "In other states, public
fine fishing and recreation
:r ,.. d purposes"The opinion has had to express itself -
thanks to the combined
A i/r.'I/ companies have been area-
.i?' :
I ; In legislation com- efforts of the Virginia-Carolina
able to achieve 75 per cent In
j large part by reclaiming cur- pulsion, if you will. Chemical Company, the state

,, rent mining," he said, "and "Yet, this compulsion has game commission and Polk
the rest by going back to re- not resulted in as complete County."
claim land mined in past reclamation as we have today. The companies which mine
years" Many of the land reclamation phosphate rock In the Polk-
I Chesson said adding the laws require simply that over. Hillsborough area are Amer-
'" several thousand acres of burden slopes be graded so ican Agricultural Chemical
. w Y tlr$ "+r ns a 'r, fb is isS isi mined land which have been that pasture grasses or trees Co, American Cyanamid Co.,
gsw4 i1
t donated or leased to various can be planted. These laws do Armour Agricultural Chemical
f / i public bodies as recreational not result In the creation of Co, Davison Chemical DIvision -
'. Sts
areas or bird sanctuaries home and commercial sites" of W. R. Grace and Co.,
would bring the total land re- Chesson said a difficulty International Minerals and
claimed or otherwise made confronting the Industry In Its Chemical Corp., Smith-Douglass
S i available the public to more reclamation efforts Is deciding Co., Inc., Swift ft Co.,
r. than twice the number of when land should be con- and Virginia-Carolina Chem-
" < ) acres mined. sidered. completely mined out. ical Co.

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mars Ik** 1.400 srse k.l.t .......< kf Vlrliil...C.r.ll... Ckmkd C .M..r .epr.tiag the ,It..,.... ,rose tk. ..., see ktinf, toed r. fttt. c. the re- RECREATION ARIA 'h.h... nmM''T >lead rtcltmiHm k.t NvM! use .f C......,
.'*'. Highway 17 ....... 1 V miles sod at 1._ is the read ta WItItff H..... el.I... Ie..". Puce Cr..k sea H seas at Hit loves right ttAmtktf \. at the ,letu... Florid. *.I most ,.,u''" gall c......., 5 Hint.halt bytiir kvill kf ,........tl..1 MI....... A CheMical
Tfc .ra. iMMn 11 scree .f curve lr..., which .rt .... .. will <..,it. ai project nmlvldf, early (00 epos Is ...... *f MM ores skews I I. Oh.piclerw Crp jest| Mrth If Mu''.....,. ....MI.. .bntllnf sad.. fillmf *f ml...d-.... Lsd wee regrind balm {

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J-B LAKELAND LEDGER Sunday, March J2, MM -..- 'Light Gun'
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PGCE T 8c IB. CAGLES PRIDE Cov'c. Insp. Grade "A" Fresh frozenFRR Firm


-Three year ago Ted Malman
was" an obscure young scientist,
:Lost In a cubbyhole office at a
> large research center.
i Then be Invented the IOMN.
nt a fantastic "light gun" that
drills holes in diamonds,
Kansas State U. Has Building bounces visible rays w off the
moon, holds promise being t
Named For Late John Calvin miracle tooL

38, Malman now heads his
Whole Orti BARTOW Since this column began to appear own At laser-making firm, Korn

C In the Sunday edition of The Ledger more than two Corp., founded In October 196J
o Up months ago, we have received several letter about and already growing $U million .

Fxc it. But in spite of that, we are going to write it a year.
29 He wean rich suits, houses
Pikes Eff.tdv. again.Last his ex-schoolteacher wife and J.
Mardi 23rd T u 25th week, we did jet a non-critical letter fromL wir-okl daughter In an exclu.
E. Hobbs, 315 Oconee St., Lakeland, who describes, give neighborhood, and occupy
LAKELAND himself as "one of your Florida a paneled executive suite nx
I 11 'Snow Birds' who has spent the times the lire of the partitioned
STORES ONLY Lb. past 10 winters in Polk County. desk.space where he worked out
E Hobbs, a summer resident of Man- the equation of bit laser.
S .. ; 'hattan, Kan., wrote concerning a suggestion Good Businessman
1010 in last week's column that a
We Save You More On The combination of technical
the of Polk Jun-
E. Rose St building on campus aptitude and business ability
be named after the late
ior College
Your Total Food Bill Plus showed Itself early In Malmim
John Calvin.
life. At 13, an age when mm
8135. Hobbs Informs us that a "Calvin VhU kids" to tints
: are happy
We Give You Top Value Hall" already exists on the campus of with neighbors' radios for flit,
Florida Ave Kansas State University, the alma Ted opened his own appllnc.
Stamps Too 'STUART mater of both Calvin and Hobbs. repair shop, put the profits taj
; Hobbs Is chairman of his class's 50th a school fund.
G light. R/ll reunion scheduled for this spring in Manhattan.The Today Malman Is one oft'
Calvin Hall 'at Kansas State was named few corporation presidents 11\0
head of the holds a Ph. D. Malman of*
after Calvin's mother, who once was
slips a lab coat over Us asharkskins
1'I Department of Domestic Science at the university. to supervise the sot.
Calvin Hall now is used for research in'the field of lion of some technical problq

I 1 i 1 domestic science. in the shop.
when lasers
At the time instill
+ experimental devices no
one will attempt to guess their
More than a few eyebrows were raised last full potential-Malmau to male.
Monday night when Bartow city officials announcedthe log them commercially for sib
lease for property formerly occupied by the Red er research organisations.:
Barn Inn has been cancelled for non-payment of More than 800 companies, unl
varsities and government agen.
1 rent. dee are working with lasers,
[ F True, the city's" standard lease for property at spending an estimated $50 I mil-
I the Bartow Air Base gives it permission to cancel Ion annually to perfect then

-i a lease for non-payment of the rent. However, the and uses.adapt them to practistl*,

I city has enforced this policy very seldom in the past Big Users
There are even citizens who are accusing the

UnJt Oa. city of looking for a loophole in the lease to avoid In Among the field the: Westinghouse big organization, RCA

using $50,000: in insurance money to rebuild on the Raytheon. Perkin-EJrner, Mat
site of the burned, out night club. At least one com- sachusetts Institute of Techno),
I Free 100 Extra Top missioner stated in a commission meeting he was ogle, Lear-Siegter, IBM, Hughes
III Aircraft, General Electric, BeD
against constructing another building on Laboratories, and American Optical.
However, at that same commission meeting, City .
' W GM Value Stamps Manager C. R. Odom informed members of the com- Against this array of Gollaths,
' \
Malman is
mission that the lease held by Bob Jones requiredthe undismayed."Not
who wants to
Insurance money to be used toward the construction experiment everyone with lasers wants togo

Iii II of a new building. And ,Odom had even an- to the trouble of making
With Coupon And !J nounced he and Jones were working on preliminary them," he says. "W. do both"
100 EXTRA TOP VALUE STAMPS Diana for a new buildin*. It'll be a long time before
'w' 0IVt Porch&se of $1 or More 9 wM..M__ "I *.. ..'*-.lCaady Jones said he was unaware of any overdue rent you can buy a laser at the corner
e ..... $I or Mere and that he was not warned of the pending cancel drugstore. Current off-the-
1'I EASTER : ...a..rK.act.aawl.-aawaa.w. lation until h. received notice of it,in the mail City shelf prices run from 110,000' to
UMIt ONI HI CW1TOMH officials contended he, was aware ,of the overdue 145,000, depending ee. sempos..
\ J\\ .... ni.".d Mod ReS rent Ity.
,. Wforvt CANDIESV.. Another big question around the whole matter It probably win be aa even
longer before most
is the method in which the cancellation of the lease people
have for one-but that
any use
SAVE fc HEINZ TOMATO came to light. This brought about highly critical day, too, nay come. They
FANCY TROPICAL I editorial comment from the Polk County Democrat, would make great cordless
"' 11. 1 Taf C- Bartow's bi-weekly paper. I drills for the home workshop.

Bananas !GfVQ soup Ehnit Three 7c Apparently, no one other than the city officials Someday they may be used to
W was aware of the cancellation until Jones reproduce your dally newspaper
J and his brother, Sam, appeared at the commission in your home.
SAVE It CRACKIN GOODSultines meeting to ask why the lease was cancelled. without Right now lasers are so new
that Malman calls them "a solution
E1 1-Lb-Pk 15 notice.Mayor IL Cecil Moore first said commissioners looking for a problem
They from scientific
were polled on the matter by telephone and then I curiosity rather than practical
10e I n Give saId commission not .
approval was even needed for
requirement and an the uses for
lb. SAVE 10 THRIFTY MAID cancellation of the lease. This caused the Democrat I them simply have not been discovered
to raise the following two points:

11 Drink 32 s. Sit. 19 "After Monday night's meeting, Mayor Moore I In simplest yet. terms, a laser Is
Grape explained to reporters that there hadn't been time I an electronic device which
to call a meeting to act on the Red Barn lease. That, I amplifies light and emits It In
GOLDEN DELICIOUS WE GIVE too, is curious. The building had been burned to a narrow beam, with such con-
SAVE l0e TETUYTea the ground. Its charred embers sheltered no busi- I'trol that It can take the mm off
Apples Per Pound 14c nt ness enterprise. No additional debt was being piled your teeth without touching the
Bags *.C 49DIXIE up. What difference could another day or two have I enamel strip paint off a pieceof
furniture without harming the
"And that raises another line of inquiry. How I
1>nM 39c WI GIV1 DIXIE DARliNG BROWN I SERVt DIXIE DARLING PECANRolls much official city business is conducted, and how Demist Ted Tee
6 many official decisions are made on the strength of It also has been use*to drill
IDe Twirls I 3 "; $100I round-robin telephone conversations? A social club teeth, burning away ,decay so
can be operated that way. A private business may fast the patient feels no pain
:DAIRY :SPECIALS, be run in that manner. and to weld retinas back on to
eyeballs before the patient can
"But any governmental body city commission
\ lEAl REEl! GRADE "A" FLORIDA WE GIVQ FROZEN FOODS state legislature, national congress is not flinch The letters of the world
entitled to that easy anonymity of action. Any action "
"Iuer"' stand for "light amplification
I which call for a decision by the city commission I by stimulated emission
LARGE i JESSE JEWEL Fresei k1&.., Tarter w Itef "should be taken in public at an official meet of radiation. its a takeoff
In, : from the earlier word "maser,"

''Eggs we Give Meat Pies 6 '.: $100 I which amplification stands" for etc. "microwave

A few more eyebrows from other than Bar- I Malmaa gives full credit to
tow residents were raised by a city act In time the maser and Us Inventor Dr.
I i I McKENZlE'S FROZEN MIXEDVegetables for Thursday's meeting between school board mem I Charles H.Townes, for the principle
hen and member of the survey team which unanimously I that electromagnetic radiations
recommended the Winter Haven Golf Courseas I can be emitted to close-
,\\uo... 39 the permanent site for Polk Junior College. packed parallel beams-tastead
2 89c of scattering la aD directions ss
FROZEN RITE OlD FASHION A Bartow delegation of more than 80 persons I light and radio waves ordinarily
occupied more than one-fourth of the seats avail- do.
I! I Bread 3 49 able for the meeting. The majority of the Bartow Townes succeeded In doing
I .
Dough. uti group was city employes, who, according to Odom, this with mlcrowave-rery short
were given the afternoon off. ", ....rrtqUeDClea, but neither
IMJUUUUiJIJtMJUUUUlfJLR1AIUUIMI Moore avoided questions as to whether or not he nor a number of other scientists -
the employes were being paid for the work they nor could find a material that
100 IXTIA TOP VALUE STAMPS SO EXTRA TOP VALUE STAMPS so EXTRA toP VALUE STAMPS mally would have done Thursday afternoon. would do this .with visible frequencies. -

solar. ...-- ........... wMi........... tile ,..... .. watt iall...... .... ....,..dt.w.. This brought about more than one charge of .
Iweer c.... PM ........ Any Sheer Variety D.o.sl Mips r'" 85 tacking the audience. ... Fond Material

Pic*. $239 Temew Mats Use Finalwsrc.1 are Maiman was the first to find
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they were placed there to glow in the dark, which en had rejected because, theoretically
seems to be the on! logical explanation. However, It wouldn't work.
Armlx members of Bartow's night crowd say the hands do A good User material Is one
w.treimo'iw C NC u' Good not give off the least bit of illumlnous glow. which, when Its atoms are excited .

Shortening34k Jumbo Pies But now, those persons who desire a Christmas gives 1 or off stimulated more light with light
llei.stw. mood the year 'round can walk: down the RED sidewalks Early tests Indicated that

.16 ; 23e :..ct. 49c 43c SlIt COC ilea of 12 39* the GREEN on Broadway hands.One and look up at the clock with ruby was only 1 per cent efficient

"But I had a hunch" says
M.xw p New. ,...." Upten Upton L/pI/ n Malman. "that other people
of the cake Judges for the 17th annual Youth were not Investigating nits/
Coffee ,, Coffee Tea Tea Bags Inst. Tea Fair was Miss Mary Frances McMahan, assistant thoroughly.RABAT."

2. 5S Lk 89C % u. 45e 1&ct 27C 3 .10 79c : home In demonstration 1957, when Miss agent McMahan for Pasco County. 70S YEARS OLD
Caa C.e Pk,. Si:. was a student at RABAT Rabat, Morocco
Polk school she
a County high baked a cake which .capital was founded than
I sold for $170 at the annual auction sale of the 20 700 years ago. Many moms
I best cakes. This is thought by fair officials to be an I ments and relics of Its early
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,IN I i[ Suffers Sliqht. Fall J

lalman.lenust.. (AP). tr } :, i 'I li, ,_ I I and Irreg.'I The week total volume ww I-widest gain sine last- -October.-

S g{,, 1 1't 1f mood 17,275000 share compared:I Steel production for the week
o at a Friday when with 28204421 the previous I held about ,
even but the
$ 1' their worst loss week on the New York Stock, Indus
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{ g ? ( I I Exchange. try was reported booming/ Alto
,leer: i Although the popular marke. sales were up for the latest 2e.
that ( Us iverage all declined, the margin porting period. More new
rr Icods f : list took only of loser over gainer on came about copper price increases
eln.a'ds( the the week ,the "B g Board' was only 689 Housing start re-
to 680 among the 1521 Issue massed well above the year
: Industrial av traded. earlier rate although down a
' hisKorad 4' 1.29 at.. au 01. bit from
: .n. January.
Newt Was Good
Press aver- I Long term US government
r 1961I ., dipped .1 to Most of the business and economic -bonds tumbled to two-year low
S I miJ since the news was good A rail with their steepest one-week
NY j 1. road strike threat appeared eary slide of the year. Corporate
souses over-due for'I In the week but It faded by also dipped to around the low-
and S. agreed mid week. The nation Indus- est level In two years)
exclu.eupiet. t < Maitre. t' ; f nature of the Irial production for February] Volume dropped to $45,208.000
: lower on rose to a record for the fifth par value\ from $48.733,000 the
te $19 r ? fell Im straight month and made the revlou\ week
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Ridge Orchid Society's Annual e ECONOMICAL ..,,})\ : ; ohlftxl p.rlodtealir.Banbury .
Lobelon Thermal Copy Paper It economical to buy Prices
Hart $5.71 per boa lower thon competitive buff papers and $ 50
Exhibit Will Continue TodayRidge laving are even greater 'in )large quant tle/ 100% Nylon I 5

TOF-NOTCH COPYING QUALITY 12' or 15' square yard
Orchid Society's second Peres of Lakeland, president of dium plant, and a third trophy
annual show will continue today the society, took one of the top 10 Fred Patterson for a Specimen !. You get clearer tharper contrasts with Labelon Whit. aPuff .
Thermal Copy Paper1. It li run thru the machine at .
MIOIUM HI VY aaa-Corn neommondod for M dlum
from 1 to S p m. In the lobby of honor In the professional class. plant. about the tame speeds os regular Thermo-Fax* Paper '.H>..> V.. San bo IniMllMl la 1 livlm roomi. ....
the Florida National Bank in splaying with Bivrn Orchidsthe The society, which alternates Ire reo.'... hails gad on nun. Thlo iloulllcotlon of
downtown Lakeland. most meritoriu cattleya its monthly meeting between DURABLE COPIES co,.... will .(ford inllolMtorr ..rlorm..... for lane
Entries were Judged yesterdayand variety blooming for the first Lakeland and Winter Haven, Long.loiting-i-ar* not affected by ordinary htat Cannily O.UOJHIOO tinlU will and .olive..... houieholdi the roquinmonti. .....I.m.H.of proo-*.rUw '
awards presented to the time. has 128 member deafly ..." tuillr ...... .here l the ultimate luiiuyMd
prize-winning entries. R. D. I Fosters Orchids and Mrs.I One of the feature of the TEAR.RESIST ANT ntromolir ....yr ... U ..aIe....
Harry Morris took second place weekend exhibit which I Ja open Do not become brittle with age or ordinary handling/ and
Club Will in the professional division. free to the public I Ja a demonstration filing. Luriane
I In the amateur divuuon. Dr. of corsage-making NO ACCESSORIESType 100% Nylon $600

Be Organized ,and Mrs. Luther M. Beal and tea cuffed X Paper require no flltera. Jackets or screens You 12' or 15' .. yard
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Ellsworthwon The : the simply place the Thermal Copy Paper on top of the sheet
A meeting to organize a Polk first place with their duv U.S. Coast Guard organized in you wont copied
Club will be held play 1790 were built and completely Heavy W*_Cnuuullr Saline fomuloe will find Boot*
County Dog 7:30 o'clock at Ruth Smith was first In the equipped at a cost: of $1000 ITL Size . }19.50 IGU Size $21.75 UM owpot ....., utufoilorr ud luiurlouo, I. entrance
Tuesday night at :
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each A and first VIM llvtni roomo. .1. roomi hallr roonu .
the Civic: Center auditorium, Novice division, and Frank t. master a TRY 'EM AND SAVE MONEY! II....... and bdlo. Cirpttf In this .....11...'.... ..... I
the Lakeland Parks and Recreation Holland and James Kesterson second and third mate formed 1 lob Uw ulmoM In lunirt Ho...... undor the Nr.tore. .
Department sponsoring 'were second with their display. the officer complement of each ..,. Kntlne iliac the purchftotr con bo oxourodAIM
the club announced yesterday. I Bronze trophies for the most cutter. In addition not more LAKELAND TYPEWRITER .ofr minimum. wear and "' ...._. rtttntlon.
TII.. ,... H.* VH cupol lo noommondrd for enror
Only owners of dogs that are meritorious plant In various than four mariners and two boys <. vhort maximum porlormonot lo ...1.....
graduates of a dog obedience categories went to these exhibitor were authorized to receive a & SUPPLY CO., INC.
course will be eligible to par : very small monthly wage anda Patricia
tlcipate The meeting will be i E. P. Ducharm. Phalaenopsfs half gill of rum brandy or 1 122 S. Tennessee AY*. Phone 686-3167
conducted by Gene Filardo of plant, Fred Patterson Vanda whiskey, a quart of salt, two I lOO o Nylon $695
Mulberry, Instructor of dog plant and Dendrobium plant; pounds of soap and a pound of Lak.lond, Florida 12' or 15' yard
obedience courses In this area j[,Mr and Mr. Ellsworth, Onci- candles ,


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World Of Letters Mourns

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Death Of Brendan BehanDUBLIN
By ALICE HUNT SOKOLOFF (several passages In my Mo
Songs by Henri Duparc. Gerard die that 1 noted down for a nut

Ireland (AP) of those during his frequent and Ireland, the British Isles the Souzay, baritone, Dalton Baldwin slc-drama which will never Ini
United States and Canada. pianist. Phillips PHS .. and in which 1 have lived as
Messages of sympathy poured,turbulent alcoholic sprees InBRENDAN Burial will be In Dublin 027, monaural PHM WO-OZ7. i a splendid dream for more than t ; i t
In from much of the Western) Glasnevln Cemetery. An overdeveloped self-critical, twenty years. I have f f"t
world Saturday for the familyof Many Irish critics hailed him faculty I II the greatest enemy of it for reasons of art." "t a:, r
Irish playwright Brendan) al a literary genius ranking the creative spirit. Poverty,I When we hear these love!) tj. l
Behan, dead of drink at the with Sean O'Casey who sprang struggle lack of recognition ill- songs we too think of and regret I
age of 41. to fame decades ago with his health-none of these materially I the music Duparc did not|
The writer's widow, Beatrice. plays "Juno and the Paycock"and affect the creative '.. write, for they are gems, strlk
Salkeld Behan, said condolences "The Plough and the flow as longas t 'I!Ing In their originality. Gerard iY. .
had come "from places Stan." a man believes ,has chosen twelve for this re m rdO
as far apart as the Aran Is- In himself Q', I cording. His affinity and love for -
lands and the State of Cali- Death Lamented In what he .1.' this tragic composer' music Is
fornia." O'Casey, who now lives I In is doing But I apparent In every phrase. These
Alcohol Blamed England said "It Is horrible to when the mind ..of M ,are wonderful performance oll
think of a man of Behan'f ale sits In ceaseless, what Is. Incredibly almost
Behan died Friday night In t dying particularly when he had crit'cal J Judgment .. whole of Duparc'i output.
Meath Hospital, primarily from '
so much to offer. ruthlessly '" Beethoven Sonatas For Violin!
the ravages of alcohol with AlesI !generous view was picking/ and \, ,and Piano, A Major, Opus W,
factor chronic In diabetes his final a Illness secondary, {taken by London's nationally tearing apart, Nt.\\..' No. I D Major. Opus 12, No. II|

His funeral service will be I circulated(; Evening Newswhich questioning: sad Mrs. Sockolnff and E Flat Major, Opus 1J,|
remarked: I doubting, t h e n No. S. David Olslrakh, Violin,
At the I
held Monday morning be debated,
"It will long creativity becomes paralyzed. Philips
Lev Oborln, Piano.
Sacred Hearth church, Roman has lost a great of Henri
whether Ireland ]This was the tragedy PHS WO-OJ2, monaural PHM5004JJ.
Catholic, In t Dublin district dramatist. It Is certain she has Duparc.
known, ironically under the circumstances .
1 lost a great character. Duparc was a pupil of Cesar the Bell
as DonnybrookFor work consists Two week. ago, on
"His principal Franck, and his already anxious Oistrakh
Is Irish Telephone Hour, David
Donnybrook an 'The Quare .
of but two plays nature could certainty
euphemism for a free-for-all Fellow' and 'The Hostage,' and self-questioning appeared with his gifted son
have been encouraged
fight, and Behan got Into many BEHAN a book 'Borstal! Boy.' They will bv his not teacher's stricture 'to Igor. Looking more like a business INMATES TO LEARN AUTO MICHANICS. I"", ... melee in edly.tment t* masse bj
than the conventional
'not take up much room on we: write little and only music that man of artist, his face ertperetlo ler Tkvradey't eeenlnf aura meckenlci den el ski' Stele Mien lied! Camp .I. .......
library shelf. It Is doubtful even of Image an Ike motor donated. by a ...... wrecking
Is very good. At the age impassive, his movements S.t. Terry Porter, left, leeks .. ii Hie (smut edjviH
whether' they will be long re utterly ,,,,. Ml-icele ...,1..1 Kkeol.. "
five will develop a
NOTICEAll twenty, Duparc published controlled, he made mu- fi,,,,. Cemp efficieli dope the evtometive
membered. songs and had begun his famous sic of a quality that television is Ledger. ,h... ly Shiert) ,
i series of fifteen songs the qual- not often privileged to transmit.His .

Sir knights Lakeland Commander No. 21 Taxes Too Low us ity of earned which him Is a so place fine that among It,occasional expression flash of except the eyes for, was an Prison Inmates To Get Castro Vows

K. T. And visiting Sir Knights' Citizen Tells the leading French composers severe but the music that sprang '
of his time. These songs were from his bow was warm and rich Training For Vocation Man To Get
written over a period of sixteen I
Is Board Of Review and alive and It penetrated to the
Plant City Commond.ry again sponsoring
last when the composer I
I years, the marrow of the music. He II a BARTOW-The State Prison from the camp. And. Petrle
the Easter Morning Services at 7:00 A.M. in i LANSING, Mich. tAP). 'A was thirty-six years old. rare and very great artist. His Road Camp at Bartow soon said Swink has offered to do- New TrialMIAMI
the Plant City High School Bondshell 'citizen appeared Friday before For the remaining forty-nine tone I I. marvelous, his phrasing will begin the first classes In nate more motors, transmissions
of Review years of his life, Duparc produced and his musical penetration officials will and tools at they are
the Lansing Tax Board I He had exquisite what camp hope Fla. (AP) A Cu.
Refreshments will be served in the Plant City to complain "my taxes nothing more where he I I. of the highest order. expand into a full-scale vocational need,! the
reached place
Masonic before and after the .. .. are too low.' The shocked This recording Is the third in school. explained that he
Tempi of
could write only a few bars I to be shot will get a new trial
board adjourned for a coffee I i what will soon be a four recordset Capt. T. J. Petrie, camp does not know of any other
Ladies cordially invited. day. The next morning -
are music
Fidel Castro said today.
break. workof of the complete violin and commander said the first road prison camp In the state,
The board currently la hearIng he would look over the piano sonatas of Beethoven recorded classes, to begin Thursday which has an auto mechanics I Havana Radio quoted Castro
The evening Church services will be held at complaints from local citizens the day before and. more it. : by Oistrakh and Lev night, will be on auto me- school. The Bartow camp recently in words that Indicated the

the First Methodist Church, Plant City Rt. 92 In) a recent adjustment o fHe than not searching, would ceaselessly destroy Oborln. The quality of perform- chanics. made state history by prime minister was Incensed it
East and Even St. Please assemble at the property valuations. was ance la what one has come to According to Petrie the Inmates building the first chapel ever
i Leroy Neal, a worker at the restlessly, for an artist abso- established In t Florida 1 ;reports of official secrecy aboy
from these
Church at 7:15 P.M. Fisher Body plant of General and it destroyed him. expect *- at the camp may attend prison camp. the trial of Marcos A. Rodri-
Towards the end of his life lutely tops.MOZART the auto mechanics classes
his $400 envisioned the
Motors complained assessment The captain Alfonso.
Morning service-full uniform, night servicefull Increase wasn't high he wrote:: "I wish to hear no : Symphony No. J9 two nights a week on a voluntary project blossoming Into a guez
E Flat Major, Symphony No. basis. He added that Rodriguez Alfonso waa convicted
enough. Some of his neighbors, more music-above all, my own. full-scale vocational school
uniform without sword. Sir Knights with.
40 In G Minor. Colin Davis than 30 of complicity In the
he said, have been given tax In The few pages I have written already more per "so that we can dismiss guys
out uniform Maltese ,conducting the London Sym Inmates have Indicated deaths of four revolutionaries,
cross. from 1 make think of those I have cent of the
I reuses ranging $1,000 to me from the camp with some
Orchestra. Philips PHS Interested. killed In a Havana house during
1 1800. not written. In fact, there are phony they are kind of skill.
MO-att. monaural !5OO- S8. the regime of President
M ; Motor Donated "A lot of these guys don'thave
iii.--ih greatest symphonies any skill or trade at all, Fulgenclo Batista, Ha appealed.
Instruction In the classes
were composed within With us equipped to give Public Trial Pledged
months./The will be supervised by camp"officers
the space of two
? first two of them, the E flat and and one complete automobile have them some a better training chance, they of may getting Castro said In a letter to Hoy,

G minor of this recording were motor has already a job when they are Communist party newspaper:
been donated for demonstration "There are some who dare to
FASIflONEIIISTSe dated respectively June 26th and freed," Petrie said.
July 25th of the year 1788. This purposes insinuate that thj revolution is
was a period of great difficultyfor Petrie said the motor was '1 afraid to publish the trial.
Mozart. His letter are full donated by Swink' Wrecking Port SalernoWomen "I will address myself as
of his desperate financial needs: Service, which Is headquartered I prime minister ta the attorney
'I dare to Implore you to help directly across the road KilledSTUART general so that in the appeal
/ m* out with a hundred gulden the: trial will be open again and
till next ",..k"l "Owing to artat tbiued unchecked by such desperate will be as public as possible."
difficultly and complication my worry and there Is Just (AP-Two Port Salerno Castro laid a statement otFaure
r, CHAMP affairs have become so Involved the slightest hint of morbid self- women were kilted Saturday Chomont, Cuban winis.
that It II 1 of the utmost Import- pity In a single:nuts he efcr when the car in which they ter of transport. In the trial Wit
!! ///iii qq. STRAW HATS ance to raise some on wrote
money were passengers collided with an not published "because it was
.." k Ef/ ANY F.. perfect ityle, eel.., ..sighti. I these two pawnbroker' tick Colin Davis, the young Eng amusement company truck on a deficient shorthand version."
and brim shop ear perfect ,. ets;" "My position Is so serious lish conductor, Is fast earningan U.S. 1 south of here, He ordered Hoy to publish Cho-
lie ef iew itrowi for tester that I am unavoidably obliged enviable reputation. His Mozart I The dead were identified as I mont's correct statement and
:c 3P8,598 'to raise money somehow." Yet Is alive, virile, youthful and Mrs. Sally Mae Simmons M.and lavana radio said the newspaper
the pure flow of his genius con- highly skilled |Mrs. Bonnie Treadway, 47. did so.ODDooaoanovaoooo.

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LAKELAND LEDGER, Sunday March 22, 1811 IB

Union Head Says Medical Protest Made J

Care Is 'Private Monopoly'ATLANTIC '! For DowningSpoffer am e THE EASTER BUNNY

CITY N.J. (AP) "within the framework of public Plane 'Fa c1 $,

.-Declaring that medical car program assuring an equable i 0 ommei Notes IS BRINGING BUYS!
can no longer be organized asunvate distribution of cost." SAIGON South Viet Nan

monopoly the United It asked both U.S. and Canadian (AP)-Premier Nguyen Khanh's' By JOHN M. BRYSON sorting them by lI.ncllll the

ailed: on Its leaders to develop In bringing together labor. protest and an apology to Cam the time you read this ida Art Festival" folder

and promote enactment of n*- and other progressively minded xxtla Saturday about the trot It will all be water over the already This II.printed told( Jim! II I above \\Hop on down to J. M. FIELDS

tonal health for ,all tier action Thursday In whichan
program organizations to develop and dam but a* I writ It Thursday the call of duty but hs I..

regardless of Income. promote enactment" of national American piloted spotter morning this I II going to listed on doing It. So, on be
Some 1000 delegates to I the plane was shot down. and tore and basket full !
some day First extendto
"AW'i International convention) programs Fresh strain beset a move of most of half of Lakeland. w* buy a
shouted approval of the proposal The delegate also approved South Viet Nam and its neutralIst I II the Commission Director
course friend
after former prime minister another resolution endorsing] neighbor toward settlcmenlof joint session of and Jarrard his gals our profound :

or Saskatchewan reported gov group medical practice such as their border'differences and the county thank at least 200,000 of

emment-sponsored medical care that provided by Community a restoration of diplomatic relations school board them!

program In that Canadian prov Health Association of Detroit and the .t.te'l *

nice had resulted In an Increaseof Health Insurance Plan of Greater The protest charged that two junior college above
Happenings like the GOOD THRU TUESDAY
doctor. and better care New York and the Kaiser Cambodian' T28 fighters Ctsed! site PRICES
survey and letters like the one I Just
i C Douglas leader of the Permanente Plan of California. and downed the LIB spotter team this afternoon received from Mrs. Matt

New Democratic pktty of Can Must Limit Choice plane that crashed on Vietnamese In
Mitchell ,..Core a guy'sfaith
ida and sponsor of the Sas These differ from the Blue territory about 2'/ mile Bartow In human salute and

atchewan plan that parked a Shield plan in that Insurance from the border The Vietnamese A crowd of| are sometime the difference

1962 doctor strike said opposl subscribers must limit their observer was killed and from the
between keeping up i iteallTt
ion politician no longer pro- choice: of doctors to membrrs ofa the pilot was pulled seriously various Polk BRYSON elfort and chucking the
abolish medical boast salaried team of doctors and wounded from the burning FOOD
Dose to care ; County communities t II ex whole thing "Cos", as she'* CENTER

their parties would Im racialists i wreckage peeled to fill the meetingroom knows to her many friends es15Llrynlcorat

prove It Delegates alao approved resolutions -| "Viet Nam reserves all Its to overflowing. and write somewhat apologetically slstllMT
Calls Up Resolution calling for "a federal right 14 prevent such Incident
"ground rules' have very sensibly for not filling out and QUANTITY RIGHTS RESERVED
UAW President Walter 1 P workmen compensation law happening again and to defend. been set for the conductof returning her committee

Reuther then called up a reso- establishing reasonable Stan the integrity of It* national territory the meeting preference sheet due to the

iution proposing medical care lards to which the states wouldbe ," the Foreign Ministry It is my fervent hope along time she must devote te her V ,111
required to adhere warned with many others that this Child Garden of Learning r. .

They also demanded the same It said Cambodian aircraft also matter be settled fairly and She got on to say andI
Karl Opens thing In unemployment compensation violated Vietnamese airspace
quickly In order that all of agree most wholeheartedly
and asserted that "the Friday and. "against this PANTRY PRIDE
us Imperial Polk Countlan that she feels they are FIRST CUT Rid
Campaign OfficeIn cry of states' rights 1 Is a phony repeated act of provocation the. can get back to other things doing their bit for LakelandIn

I device calculated to obstructthe government of Viet Nam strongly of Interest and Importance including keeping a number of Detroit

I development of adequate protest" living together In Tiger children up with r ?A EAH FRESHLY
Winter HavenWINTER legislation" The apology was for strafing
greater harmony their home classwork during I
the Cambodian border village of spring training and thus a

HAVEN Fred Water Ski Club Chantrea, 40 miles west of Sal.gon. For my part la the day' allowing their parents some GROUNDCHOPS

Karl, candidate for governor In an aerial pursuit of festivities I am looking for.card free time to enjoy Lakeland A

innounced the opening of his To PresentShow Communist Viet Cong guerrillas. with Mayer Harold Grli- during this most beautiful
Peeing a South Vletnames attack lard to several busloads
Folk County headquarters The joining time of the year.

headquarters Is located at 126 Today Khanh' government expressed ef HUlsborough County T III 1 began interestingly

Prospect Ave. (P. 0 Box 47) full responsibility buslnessnMi and homefotksat enough with Tommy Bridges'

in Winter Haven. The Lakeland Water Ski Club' Prince Norodom Sihanouk the International Park near daughter, now married and

The officers for the Polk will present an Easter water Cambodian chief of state had Mulberry for a tour of reclaimed currently Includes children ofAl

County campaign are: chair ski show this afternoon on the protested that U of his subject phosphate land. Kalme, Hank Aguirre and 3 LiI

man Herbert A. Clover Win south side of Lake Hollingsworth were killed. H. said hewill American Cyanamld M. W. Jerry Lumpe. .

ter Haven; vice chairman Eugene at 2 o'clock. complain to the U.N. Security Chesson: a* chairman of the *

Robert. Lakeland; secretary Sponsored by the City Recreation Council about "the criminal companies' Land Use A Recreation Ken Ferguson whom I f

Mrs. Betty Crawihaw and Parks Department tbeski aggressions of the American committee pointed out thanked for his Central Florida f
Lakeland; and treasurer John ;i club presents nine shows Vietnamese force In his letter of Invitation that plug In the Chicago Tribune LBS

R Clark Lakeland. I..Bch v.-.-'r .fro.n -nf. char f a In.. the thousand of acres now devoted writes from Delray Beach 1' 7 .

The steering committee which(public -1!Oh Yes Say to recreation areas that he has recently writtenor / Mi N II

will direct the campaign in the The show will Include barefoot citrus wildlife sanctuaries and has on tap several other

county Includes Lucett An. skiing trick riding clowns. a 'Thanks' To home sites testify as to how articles on this area As anold

dreys. Bartow: Scott Cooper, : water ballet jumping human well' the eight companies minIng "Dee.trait boy", Ken asklfor.

Bartow; Basil Fain Kathleen; pyramid and a high flying kite The Burglars phosphate In Polk and a rain-check on my Invitation

Harvey Flatt Lakeland: Grace act Hillsborough have fulfilled to come over for a ball

Harrell. Plant City: Ken Kasak. .! Boat drivers for the shows this PALERMO Sicily (W-Slclllan their pledge made three year game fishing trip or round ofgolf

Frostproof: Leonard Kell season are Don Roberson and Prince Gaegano Hardouln di Bel. (go and say he might even

man Bartow; John Meekness.!club president Charles Dees The monte has asked police to thank do an exclusive story on Lakeland HICKORY RANCH 'ip

Lakeland: Olen Raiford Bar'show chairman is Jackie Cliett. two burglar who broke open "Meanwhile back at the a* he has for both Fort SUGAR CREEK I;

tow: Vera Silks, Lakeland: Peggy his wall safe and fled with U20. ranch" C I yd. McGinnei Lauderdale and Delray. SLICED

Snyder Lakeland; and Alva BACKS CONFERENCE 000. chairman of our Conservation WWW All MeatFRANKS

line Young Lakeland. JAKARTA Indonesia (AP) Police recovered the loot. The and Recreation Committee Not that I've got anything

Information on the campaigncan The Indonesian government prince said he had not been will represent the Chamber ..tthe against Harvard er Duke or

be obtained by calling or said today it supports a proposed able to get the safe open for 20 groundbreaking of the Houston er any ether wealthy

writing the campaign headquarters conference of nonaligned years and did not know It con Florida Game Fresh Water college and universities,

In Winter Haven. Call 682 nations but it still wants to Island money. Fish Commission 5. 3 7 I but U was certainly gratifying .

In Lakeland or 533.IMS In.stage Its own talks among Af- It had been locked since the square.foot hyacinth control In the estreme te read of

". ((2002 |rlcan-Asian countries death of his father building on Lake Parker at a snlllloe..dollar life Iniure -

--...--- the northeast corner of Lod. e policy by Yea McKbtftMMMa 1.IMtT
I wick Field toy .! 2 LBS
l As we Mated recently the The thanks of the entire 29

I Chamber: had a good bit to do community a* well a* the

iff Bowling Scores League Standings i with the location here nearly college are! also due Mr*. pkg.

IS 'year ago of what 1* now McKinley for her $7J.000 contribution L B : 1
which made po- /:9/t
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I Ex-Gover-norLerov Collins Pushed Florida Citizens' PrideEDITOR'S ; I

NOTE Another, WASHINGTON (AP) Florida a* governor now..Is president oLe t be darned-orange julcel"' avoiding the Inevitable "Tom term of Dan McCarty who diedIn night he first won the Democratic ,not gross want to patronize or will not that allow one tvs department -

campaign for governor of Florida had a state flag before -, the National Association of Collins did, In fact, remark Collins," office Collins and McCarty- governorship nomination ."
I II under way. Six men who, Roy Colllna became governor, Broadcasters soon after arriving In Washington HM political career started offic -holders of the same friends.stamp A few moments later, he was at He was highly regarded nv

held the highest' office In the but mighty few floridian could But though his office Is In that his office needed some soon after he was admitted to -were close personal Collins made his church offering a prayer of his fellow governors, however
Two state ,
years first executive
late are Kill living and actively have told you what It looked Washington, hit heart Is still as Florida atmosphere and an orange practice as a lawyer. He was 25 state history by becoming the thanksgiving. He was chairmanships of the
much In Florida It when when he was elected to the StateHouse to hold the
participating In public af like.Now as was juice dispenser might be first Democratic candidate for Called Moderate national and the southern gov-
fairs. Here la a final InstallmentIn It files from itaffi all he launched his successful drive of Representatives from governor to defeat all his opponents called him moderate on at the
Just the thing. Some emors' conference lime
a series of Sunday stores In over the state, a lasting remind. for widespread display of the Ills home county of Leon. He In the first primaryfiveof Issues. Other tagged hima '
which their administrations are er of a chief executive who sold state's red and white banner. "I'm deeply Interested In Florida went to the State Senate In 1940. I racial time. '
and will be," he them. liberal. In any case, he was Ha also earned praise for his
reviewed and the career of each on the eve of taking office In A painting of the Everglades "That's always where heart Said Valuable I As governor, Collins stood'unpopular with segregationists. handling of the I960 Democratic
I jj brought up to date. 1954"I: want to be hangs his office wall. He and say my ,
se us on
II." Newsmen covering the Legislature rigidly against extension legalized ;They complained he did nothingto National Convention. He was to
prouder of Florida. Mrs. Collins stilt own their historic I He would have schools from being be chosen
twice named Collins as gambling. keep the first governor to IS
By CHRIS MACGILL Collins, who served six! yearNANCE'S Tallahassee home "The hassee.Collins He, 54 Is, was a grocer's born In son Talla and he Senate's most valuable been happier had Florida had Integrated. the party's convention chairmanIn
Grove"-once the residence of a
for short time followed his member. One of those accolades no parl-mutuel betting. He call Collins fell even further from more than one hundred years.
Radio & TV territorial governor. father's a trade. That lasted until came in 1947, the year he steered -'ed a 1935.37 experiment with favor with the segregationists Collins Is disarmingly gentle,
I! Truth In Cartoon he saved $.500. Then he spent a the minimum foundation program slot machine a "dose of moral after he commented during a gives the Impression of being
ServiceMOTOR And there was as much truthas year In business school. He wentto to passage for the Stare poison" and said that during wave of department store lunch easy-going.. He proved that w
humor In a cartoon which appeared work again and saved up Department of Education. This that era "one could almost feel counter it-ins: "If a man hasa Isn't by the firmness with whichhe
0I.A- In Broadcasting Magazine once more until he was able to program-a set-up which Insures the moral strength of the state department store and he Invites presided over the frequently/
TV STEREO RADIO COLOR TV after Collins became NAB attend law school. good public schools In each of ebbing away." the public generally to unruly Democrats.
Complete Line of Motorola president. The sketch depicted a The soft-spoken 1 footer I Is the 67 counties-attracted national He Is a devout Episcopalian, come Into his store and trade Criticized EmployersSince
Home Entertainment Equipment visitor trying the water fountain "Roy" to his friends. attention. made it his business to slip I think then it is unfair and morally
102 W. LEMON LAKELAND 682.4445 In the former governor's office 'his first name Is ActuallY'1 Collins first was elected governor quietly away from his noisy wrong for him to single out becoming NAB president
fill out the unexpired campaign i headquarter the one department and say he doesQUANTITIES at a reported $75,000 a vcar
and.exclaiming:":"Well, .I'll never__used It,_ ,- to !.. ('.,tltn. t,.. taken broadcasts
-- -'
back more than once. HII-I:irtLEROY





i \ Q UM.ITY


speech after assuming the pre I. ,,'
idency criticized the Industry for I
r not doing more to live up to iti\ !I' '

Nor to responsibilities.Then .
7 he raked his employer
P. M. over the coals for airing coji. t
merclals aimed at inducioi !
} ..ia;; '" cropped up that the NAB mlfi '
fire him. Instead, It contln !d '

SHOP EARLY AND SAVE' LIMITED! his One contract.of his NAB defender

was quoted as laying: "Collini
: wasn't hired to be the familv
psychiatrist of the broadcast, !

industry.to whom If you you can want pay someone a large 'i!

: 1 f" annual salary In order that hi .
may soothe you, praise you, prowl '
Infants'PAJAMAS 2 & 3 PieceCoordinates Misses'SKIRTS you from all criticism and 1

f .,.tell you how good you are, you '

Books t I -1 OR don't After want President Collins.Kennedy'" ISo

': isslnatlon, Collins stirred up i
t = CULOTTES storm In a speech at Columbia,,
S.C., demanding how long Southerners -

J !I '- 49c r 97c ) ] $5 $3 dents caricatured and asking have would to before"how let be themselves assassinated many the.nation press"be'

Two South Carolina radio sta
All In ladies' lovely spring ions: promptly
High r announced their
quality binding. Select .
Sunday only Two-piece, lightweight. shades. 8 to '18. Rayon, cotton, All cotton. Basic solid colors resignation from the NAB as i
from over '10 titles. Many All result,
Walt cotton printed Dacron and cotton. Selection In assorted styles. A few plaids. Collins replied that he had no

Disney books.Men's mesh fabric Sizes 1 to 4. of styles. Sizes 10 to 18. intention of blaming the Presllent's "
death on the South.
But he also has said: "You t"

.. don't make progress without
stepping on people's toes."
Despite the tempestuous In-
J. M. Fields Will Be' Closed Easter Sunday 'tervals Collins and his. wife like
Washington and
. job.
= "You can't Image the opportunity -
-- we've had to meet people
In national and international affairs -
; : ." says Mrs. Collins. "Peo-
Short Mattel's 19-1nch pie you never dreamed of talking -
: Little Tots'
Jr. Petites'Dress to are there to talk to "
Collins agrees. But there's
Shirts EASTERBASKETS & Misses'Shirt nostalgia too.
Bugs Bunny "I don't think I'll ever have a
job again that I'll really enjoy
_= Dresses II much as I did being gover-

2for 5 nor '

? 99c 6.66L Error In StampTo

: :
Extra fine broadcloth, also He looks enough Be DiscussedAt

65% Dacron, 35% cotton. Filled with surprises _
candy Choose from over 7 col-I
Choice of collars. Just In time to chomp the carrot he holds. spring Club MeetingAn
and toys A 1.39 value to delight ors. All new styles In
for Easter 14 Vz to '16. Quality fluff-plush, vinyl face. prints,
the) little ones on .Easter. stripes and solids. 0' error made In the printing
i some of the Dag Hammar-
I skJold| commemorative stamps
bussed by the United States in
1962 will be the subject of aslide

croaram at. the_n_ nnm m@f'tlnlr_ of
the Ridge; Stamp Club Tuesday
at 7:30: p.m., In the basement of
the Magnolia building Civic I

Center The slides were made from

ii 50 Lbs. 666FERTILIZER Folding Web- Swedish Style Big 32-Oz. SizeLESTOIL Stark photographs, the club's taken program by Fred chair

_[ man, who made a study of
ALUMINUMCHAIRS stamps on which the backgroundcolor
Chip 'N' Dip was Inverted In the print
ing process Copies of the error
Set97c are not a rarity, Stark pointedout
In announcing his progr." .

1.54 I II the reprinted pojtoffice sheets departmentlater with the

2 forSUNDAY $5 3 Set- 48c inverted desired available background them.to aU so collectorswho they became

50% Organic with minor ele/ ONLY Club meetings are open to all
4 Qf. bowl and Safe for stamp collectors with a special
matching 5 VV walls, floors, windows invitation to winter visitors In-
-- ments. Specially formulated Selection of colors. Sturdy con- bowl In smart brass holder Watson club president stressed.
struction. Buy today for and all household chores. terested In the hobby, Eugene
for Florida lawn care. your Large bowl con double/ as a
lawn or patio. punch bowl. Clean-smelling! Effective!

Indian Rioting

Death Toll RisesNEW

DELHI, India CAP) -
The death toll In religious rioting -
In scattered parts of India
rose to 64 today, a* troop were

LAKELAND U.S. 92 E. at Rose St. QUALITY DISCOUNTS ther called Hindu out -to Moslem try to battling prevent fur-

I Q The only I true mtaiwreI That give instant The
I yav In a weeklong series
OPEN Mon. thru Sat 10 to 10; Sunday Noon to 7 P.M. 'a value guaranteedALWAYS.. cash savings; or.nt.." 01 bloody riots erupted Friday
EVEVERYDAY.gu. in the steel town of Rourkela in
east central India
where 28 persona -
: were killed and S$ Injured.LAKELAND .

JJ'a .

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r ..AY lrL : r X -V r

Sunday, March 22 ;

:\ .

ter five Ne.do.r by-- / By DON :' Da

the City Airport
Ime port extends Its
tatlon to the | _
his'aile this area to visit
airport and
the )
"" 'I
nonare. I

ring tie.. I I 1 I I I :

'huhntiv Ire in I 1 / : 1


icnt ear.ter!. and EMERSON girls 7 have I NA WIN A WIN A

first' latmg and


youngsters questions Surprised to asked hear The : : ; DRYER ;: TOASTER TRANSISTORRADIO

they have already i
the space age Is

believable For one,thing. I ..t
you It Is no longer SILVER DOLLARS
we are now
apace age even t rJ
flying an airplane OR GIFT
In the air age!
ly this era of air- !

American something some scene ; :=
t',' not done as yet.
Ask any group
stems If they would
and you will get
'I'tto Ir" per cent
for This tried on the
Jill ( group will surprise
negative answers.
Vrt These adults are
01. courageous than
cot i sters but they hark
rich the days of old-
Iltr '. machines; those tl QUALITY
lft stable contraptions
flown by those who
den or no Instruction
Iflns ing about
mitt were unreliably
tint t the air by the .
'one j power plant
day's standards. '
'rg.h.. r Today all aircraft n e
vraand by rigid nnnn
each manufacturing
checked by factory eE -
you r rpa
eral Aviation
nut and bolt made
a. grade The steel materials Is that I
the manufacturing of I-
lily"be' craft are so superior m
used In any other E II
'n' X'r
the difference In price
end" a large bolt
hardware store and
.Ia.lell In, let us say the I
for a large aircraft,
11 a difference of 25
one and 125 for the
no'ad.. 25 cent one would .
well holding up a
beam but would .
'oumt the first landing of MOOIt 711-Hfl
The mechanic who
in. bolt In must have "
kerr for two years at an
ed aviation school, ; NORGE
many hours of i F

rie'a on log powerplant propellers,

a metal work
k ric work, he must
sewing machine, REFRIGERATOR

r and strictly balance and problems .

a countable for the
'rye all who fly the
ro pairs or maintains.' HUGE FREEZER
aircraft All these II fegua

1l'\ minimum and no
try Is so closely
and checked.

t the precautions aircraft All cost these considerably of certainly required : :: storage Crisper $ A 9S

1 than the cost of
your keeper and "
1If It Is expected of the J 1I W/T
... aviation to complain
price of an Item that warranty
s the one In the
n store but Is not
e able to do the Job of
f tion counterpart.
r other field of
I the genuine costs a
<: there have been
unscrupulous persons
t facture bogus parts

try system precludes devised any by NUGGETS G.E. BONANZAS

r being Installed by a
aircraft mechanic. G.E. 2-door

past This when brings we to owned mind 2-cycle. . .,. 15995 RefrigFreeier . . 18995
I T" Ford that ep.ed,
commutator or . . 17995 GE. 15cu.fr.Freezer 17995
t head and gave one ., . . . .
chanic" In the shop . . 19995
in the hangar and >> size G.E. Deluxe range,

This operation to . . 8995 clock & timer . . 199"
about 20 minutes
I running again but
went to look for
chanic" an hour
perched up on the .
an ORS Standard
magneto thoroughly
sembled and was

Prime Back the auto part In on the Sunday ; I

inter Sir Alec

returned a two-day to state London visit I DOWIJ TAKE MONTHS' ] I

said Main Sir purpose Alec was of : TO PAY I

the monwealih bonds of the






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At Polk ThursdayComedian I I"I 7r TALENT-


Sponsor4 l, D.A.V. Don Knotti hat the t

SHOW TIMES 4 ft 8 P.M. Idle Limpet-role of Warner"The Incredible Bros: Technl.Mr, [ e : i 'a

Boora OMD IN. J Barllor with music
color comedy open I
Q,".,., Adnt..i.n -
Children' .... Adulla IMItMOrvadl ing Thursday at the Polk Theater ...
Swla lot I..... .
The part of Henry Limpet, the 1a4TJ"

IlllI.: 1 ,];tW ", II"'U,mild little Brooklyn bookkeeper +
(who turns Into a "secret wea.pon" i www.rll 1 f Then' wluREPAYT/ wag I TAKE HIMJ $0 ENO rue t isrsRfArPPrM
NOT mm MWITwtm -- A1
for the United States Navy
MwiicHep ey THIS JUPGC HIM..I ',
-.elLS In World War II, seems hand. / A t,AIN. v r r t'nor l-.ottiW wawt tR A150 PKUMMM Of TIMrTNNIw -- I n .:.'fit
tailored for Don, a two-time C. l\i
iJJj N IEmmy winner for his CBS.TV tt t aiwe
role aa Deputy Barney Fife on ;

"The Andy Griffith Show." .
I No NewcomerDon t t NEXT
DJfRINt la no newcomer. His I l lx

; credit Include five years as a WEEK
Gabby Hayes.type character on
CIRCUS a children's radio show a regular MW
part on the Imogene Coca J \ r /1

!Show two yean In the play, "l sianrt'/ r !
and I r
"No Time for Sergeants V I

the same "Sergeants" role In POLK-Starts Thursday, The Incredible Mr Limpet' with -
the film version.
/ ,,cllscu.a a..L..w. Knolls was born In Morgantown Don Knolls ...
W.Va.. on July ,21 the sell >ur pew.r MSA.M ITS JUrATiTLB.ACTUAL. / HOW DOES A KV Cr'
his graduated, the couple 6oC\NlI.I.1
son of the late William Jesse Edgar Bergen and started being New Yorkon Tb M A =!./ .., IT HAS TO SUPERIOR. INTELLECT GET IM Lieu CF ML 4EY.
act at 13. forth to conquer
50 EUROPEAN PERFORMERS Knotts and Elsie Lusetta own After completing high school a borrowed tlOQ. lanny po WITH SUPERIOR HIS TITLE rI.J

50 ANIMUS ELEPHANTS He was a kneepants he headed for New York, audi ROIl put $500,000 CipitiMZSN Dill, bpinsi l cionado and a constant and Moore'i'tioned for a couple of radio and Dims professional career :
ran His Idol was r
shows, failed and returned was launched
lack_Benny _He home to enter West Virginia How does I five-foot-elght. 1
--- University to become a teaiher strapping 125.pounder of somewhat Xi I

After a year, he joined the Ar- less than matinee-Idol : Jr\ .t '
LMORRISON'S my and soon was appearing In looks become a Hollywood star? i -- L -i/:
he Army show, 'Stars and "I' think," Don observes mod- '. ,
Gripes," In which he toured for estly, "there's more competitionfor .
the next two years I the guys who are tall, dark :-. := ..p
Out of the service In IMS, Don and handsome. People don't r
returned to Morgantown and tell guys like me, 'you ought to
TAKE-HOME college In his senior year, he be In the movies' So there are
I married co-ed Kay Meta After less of us in them." .:0r' t= 'EGOTA Sit

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aim ol 5.680 Tuandafi, and Bam. Blavo au twlllttn ol Hon.or1 .
4 and Uia Blava Quwn'rdnMdar ." and Common: Bran
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and. Thuradaf "PalPlaca Wnlnmdar Ihroiiin midi Bra Bra
"and and situ"'RI.Bells oommera"rldar >rai." Brdla, ..' and"JII"'bo"Caleb..Below"e.t .. taat< IVala I
dlAw Th.ames.Qulot. Man" and Sanaa olThuridar I.. Iron Oua..XOIILCliv MOON" Baivi.IN
.eovl TNaTaeT.dnf Mar mrouab r Tu.Ml.r 'Womn of
"' ...... W.dnodU: ".r_ Bolo U.. World" and "In Uio Oool tY the
GROVE-Now showing, The Brass Bottle, with Tony Randall .. Def.
tttutiHAl tinned will ptmw nrg< and chumi.taduM .p u. .,, Wed. and 11Iurod.' "ter. la 0
Burl Ives and Barbara Eden. lII..u'un. "A TliarWalk. Ooldfll 80.1" and 'Tho
1 .. !0 to U lennoui nrangi ri Mormon (Mann undid ytntl 14M ..-' T'..." H..I.
tree Enior Sundff tarn I Mil tt nnambot.i LAKflAND 5.011-oe Prldair and Saturday' Mai front O.I.
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tlnoma pnreWn, edn..dar.' : ""fudaliht L11." andOeronima ems

S 't order Young tendiraROAST Thur far d.r and and Call Frldar...: Bwana"A Olnbal.. At- AOSURNDALI--Auburn'Boone"! and ;"d0: Pound,'8 o.(or Troubl.- In,the"
ItYQtLT7UI TURKEY Bat rda.' Cabln.t of Dr. Call.trl AOBURNDALa-OoI." "Tob. Rand"
and Orawa ol
Dr Blood. ,7e/Ii." and "Horror WraUt
Chambara ol Dr Fauitua AVON PARK-Nllaa.'Yo.ed win!ar'
BARTOW outdoor .
I, POLK THIATI.......,. Ini" and YL. Can.r'
I M$10 95redyeUrval Tod.f Ihroum W. 'Mall Or- HAWU Halnai' Mall
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.s Order Brio. and Oil M* Bane'LAKE : '
;' with *HI I| mi autrt |Hit MN'rFm Thur.chrouh OMdlhl. Mr Limpet"5.wrdar.! : "Th r.- ."WALts-Btata.Dd .'Beuh :hrl7"Comedr:' ol Tdrtor. .
demo erie Mmniooi Me,out pull F-- -
enes .. It.:
Order by phone CALL MU 2.7601' Beautiful Lake ThonorososM
or fill in order blank it Morrison's
Umista't MM farm mar/unit tar tats nsma erdat pickup IlivufI / LAKELAND DRIVE-IN-Tonight through Tuesday, The Vic STEVE'S
ton,' with George Hamilton and George Peppard. Also showIng -
I I 'McCory,' with Tony Curtis

wari. hea.AMJWIW Grove Theater Offers WORLD FAMOUS FOR

114 North Tennessee Aronuo 'Green Sheet'' Serviceimportant STEAKS ... SEAFOODS

The Grove Theater this week domestic and some SISik"J'"L1"1i. ". ".", o. N.anwar 1" Le'o.d.m and Brlva follow. out aHa Imarotato ro,. ...,4...1wM U ._.two'aftf
will begin offering to the theatergoing foreign films,
r r'r ENTERTAINMENT FOR public the "Green preparing their reviewi These '...rul... C.II |.fk tr Chi

THE ENTIRE FAMILY.t Sheet" the known
widely are then discussed and com- Cocktail
SILVER MOON DRIVE-IN-Tonight throughTuesday 'Worn- QOQ
monthly publication of the piled Into t "film estimate" Lounge -1671
iT A MODERN MP.8lA$ en of the World. Also showing, 'In the Cool of the Evening' Film Estimate Board of National which represents the composite Monday

!! with_jane Fonda._ _______ __ __ ___ Organizations, Herb Roller reviews of all member. TAMPA
manager theater The "Green Sheet" Is madeavailable
iLL announced yesterday with the T.....,. rhroush ....,...,-4:10 to 10:19 ,...
DRIVE-IN THEATRES cooperationof ".'.,_1 U 10 ,....
Patrons may telephone the the Motion Picture Association
Grove Theater for Information of America.
about current movies, obtainIt In addition to the reviews,
OPEN 6:30 SHOW 7:30 from the boxoffice, or referto the "Green Sheet" suggests W.OweTeWN
the theater's daily newspaper suitable .u d line II. These
advertisements, Roller range from General AudienceGA 8
'' as'. FIRST DRIVE.IN mlG STARTS said ( ) to Adult (A), Including!
\ SHOWINGI! TONIGHTI! The Film Estimate Board Is special categories for Young .
. made up of representatives People (YP) and Mature NOW
TONY RANDALL a.M''ON 7N CM'L."N YNOR II IA.. from American Jewish Com. Young People (MYP). Oc- SHOWING
American Association casionally when a film Is suitable CENTRAL
mittee Library 'LORIOA'S OWN
BURL WES ; frit SIX MOST SXOITINa aO |f WOMIN art IN LATH THI Aft WOIUO.(M Federation of Motion for young children, it is "nVIRL HILLIILL
Picture Councils, General labeled with a special chil
*' BARBARA EDEN U VA >--* Federation of Women's Clubs dren's rating (C). BUDDY EBSEie
Ir Irwoe National Congress of Parents 'The Green Sheet U a reliable IN THE '.'
1 and Teachers, National "Coun source of unbiased Information
l mBrnSS 'M'e u cil of Women of the U.S.A., about our latest IIETDG01 1N h41tp, ( 7 Funniest
National Federation of Music movies. It assists adults in '
/ tat lawttta nave hillbillg
I .[teas er ilAwleoat; r Clubs, Daughters of the AmerIcan their selection of film entertainment
A 1111Ae1 NL111R$R9LhE Revolution Protestant and also assists parents lrb1ilOE ,cYIliff
ALBERT FINNEY V.I '''.., Aiben ,.._ Motion Picture Council and In fulfilling their responsibility -
,_._, COLOR
jl l r Is.A..d.mw h,. s..r.nao A.'d N.wn.in TOM. 'MOWN aT 1e." ONLY eoLoe Schools Motion Picture Com to guide their own chil-
vac"ios'* 1U" '" T"e I Tony Curtis In "MR._ CORY" mittee. dren to the most suitable and
A ,
Ie enjoyable movies. Thoughtful
Films Screened
selection of motion pictures Is
The Motion Picture Review one way to be sure that movie

STARTS TONITI Committees of these national going will always be a pleasure
e organizations screen all of the ," Roller said '

fwd ADULT ENTERTAINMENTAdmission ;, l i NE1TlE ON t A11f.et

H ::1 ADULTS 50c "LouiN::,.u ::: I' If YOUR win CAN'T COOK ,


jnxtow/ wver warU t tBRJltlllfl KEEP HER FOR A PET AND WALT DISNITS I

lUppp Al t EAT AT THE Ii
le. He Was A RACCOON"

...EDWARD ANDREWS-KJIMAU DEVI =':."":-":" -'=".:' .i ...t....Technicolor.......- .. J
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A young girl matchas fur We Coero AH Kinds O

mill simple coungi! TONIGHT TUESDAY Of Parties GI.UB ;


t MTM .> Noawlal Mw,;-UAdmlMiwl A Sandwich or A Meal
... adult I'M Shown al
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For Reservations Call 682-9189 q'

1 'SAMSON AND OPEN 5:00 P.M. fall in
SINS glub at first
r.ar-ene Aflona CLOSE 5:00 A.M. B.Y.O.B. sight when

'r.ON e oEB ABYLN SlAvE ( EVERY DAY )you( see The incredible Mr. Limpet

SOON "LAWRENCE OF ARABIA I +.COIORrTECNNISCOPE etOlOASCOPE Highway #33 North Luke D...*. I..,Ian., Flo j t From U Tochmcolorti Warner Bros. .'

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LAKELAND tbGER. Sunday, March K. INI ll-B rwjmX4

DEAR ABBY. / 1lfiH'e4lOOC T 1M 8OiI61O X soG

1; ATytt
Who.hour -I*nT For

generol sapM write to

For The l01I 65, a.-ty
Skeptics'Mlt.ddf.M.d Pollf, end Includ. C

.rOnb.d ..MI

I wbP. Abby ..... III vim..
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Abigail Van BurenDEAR i


readers who READERS ask "How: I am continually receiving letter from my husband Interrupted me, saying, "She doeea't realty feel WWERTSMV HE'S aJ T04' [+IElD WHICi4'LLHE OKAYMARR1rHIM-
when can you give advice to parents on child weak and dizzy she feels tired and nervous." I am never BOV FTUENd 1 CONFEWSNOlI TWO 'ICS M'I OJT FOR 8UT REMEMBES;
rearing you are an old maid yourself?" Or, "The lady right I* there any cure for a man like that? GRAND'r MILLIONMAKE. MARFT/IN'A 1'17U7tEMYGOgr'' "
next door told me that the picture you use with your column NEVER RIGHT Bi'RANGIf: CTTTt7R, WFi4T t3A9Yl. HILLBILLY WI]' S0

Was taken before World War I." Othen have asked, "Are you DEAR NEVER Your husband may not be aware that he t R?i R Mtt.1.lON: IC!!

married? Have you any children?" is constantly contradicting you. Tell him And K ba's as good

I have, on numerous occasions, answered these queatlons a .M Ia the many ether way ae yea say he la, bell makean
In my column, but for those who apparently till do not know, effort to be a better ma* In thl way too If he's Just looking = tr ts
I otter a few vital
statistics: for a fight, sue reverse English and give him the eld,
Abigail Van Buren It a pen name of own I
my choosing. "You're right, Dear! He'll catch en.
I Was born on the fourth of July In 191J In 1939 I married the it S

same fine man to whom I am still married. We have two offspring DEAR ABBY You once gave me your recipe for Southern

a daughter 21, and a son 19. The picture over my pecan pie I baked one for my family, and they Just raved

column was taken about a year ago. I stand five feet nothing, about how delicious! It wa. Then I baked two more and servedit

and weigh 100 pounds. I was raised on Iowa torn (no remarks to my "Club." All the women wanted the recipe. I didn't R.pr .

please) and now reside in southern California Any more think It would be right, Abby if I gave It out without asking

questions? your permission. If you say no I'll guard It with my life.
Florence O. In Hannibal, Mo. r'Ii0
DEAR ABBY: My husband Insists on making! a liar out DEAR FLORENCEI I hope your life I* worth more than

of me every time I open my mouth. I can be talking to one cup of white corn syrup, on cup of dark brown sugar

friends, relatives, our children or to strangers He Is a good one-third cup of melted butter one heaping cup of shelled

man an many other ways, but his habit of contradicting me pecans, three whole eggs a dash of vanilla and a pinch of salt ,

Is getting me down. I don't even feel like talking in front I can't understand a person who refuses to give out a recipe I l
of him any more. When I started to tell my doctor how llelt.Florida (save a professional chef Share I



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.clpi ff massy salads, kr4, r.Rs sad sail{.i luck as ilww equipment by "ereule. lemon Juice. ---- -- ,..
b.,,. 17 Labyrinth 31 Dropsy:" P Admit X IHOUAHT T Z M.WHYS coven V3U, IHft TMTM M t POMT MMBMMK X X MOM '
.,I_ 19 Self::comb. abbr. : Sudden tri MOTHER.'WHY newT J GETTER FOR YOU, My BECAU5s OR FAULTS you WERE m TOIPMB WHAT I P1P,6Uf I POMP/ UMtREMEM6ER
Girl To Serve form 11 Be firm:. 2 .' breakdown YOU COMB 10 wlX CAKUNd.THH' R39nea WHAT INPPENEp! iHete.'Z WANT YOU IDKX6& PO4N4 IT/1 LOW' My
Ma STK.WOULP e1Er WHtf Ft.THir..IlUoU'
20 Berore. t. worcls. 58. Pain of MrummimvTlNOT / HAPPENEtf
21 Jap. cola 42 Incline Jacu.
Winning Seaweed DinnerK'i.On and mea.u. 4.1 'Ood'i Little sa Food
22 Gay. _" 59 Heir. fv
Science Show Today 24 Followen or 48 French eo Brookl.2S .
Black Hawk painter' : Reassemble.
Hen: 48 Downy Charger.
[NEW YORK Gall Marks,' climbed to a mile and a half 1

It, a first-place Science Fair Todd Minchey of Kansas DOWN / err

winner wttt serve her prlre- Utah, also IS, will demonstrate :Sro..P
up L'AM
his project, an electromagnetic I Without IS Salad green again ,/u\
binning seaweed dinner this afternoon rocket launcher It I II a "stalk"of fixed value 23 "Cakes and 40 One: Spanish. J ,
on the Honeywell "Science spaced at _
electromagnet, 2 Variety of _." 41 Pulverizes.
All .Stan". network TV geometric Intervals, which pull gypsum i
how. the rocket Into the air from Its 3 Improper. 24 Lariat 43 A dupes 2 I vWRI AND tiLM/0 J AOGDY I 1MfrJT Pi
*. Gail, who lives with her parents pad without using Its fuel By 4 Angles: suff material. words. AND ''HAGMCANCYV1iAT5 ALL WITh AGHIN'ANDWftAGKED IG iT Y

two brothers and two sisters the time the rocket retches the 5 Begin 21 Dies -. 44 English poet MY REWIRD'I WITH
at 2900 49th Street N., St ,top of the .talk, it to In rapid 6 Court term. 29 Burning 4) Commit a I (t e rMrseMEDAFEW PrUNFi
Petersburg, fl,., has won two motion, and only then I I. Its uel 7 Send back. coal. bridge crime. .R NOR 1 SIMPLE Nt7MENT;i DcARHCY
?_) awards with her algae ex- Ignited. Todd hope that his g Paris riots 31 UN member. 47 Unpublished { THE WEAfN7MY OF PEACflA i
rlment In which she makes demonstration will pave the a Tiff. 34 Adjective for Fr.
flour from dried seaweed way for development of I 10 Bolivian a stage 51 Coat material. r
blends It with other ingredients launching technique that will export. Englishman. S3 Second In a
and cooks a fullcoursemeal enable full-sized rocket to be 11 Predecessor 33 Uniform emseries. ,
that Includes salads, meat launched without the fuel waste of trial by bellishments. scientifically.
loaf and chocolate flavored Involved In overcoming the Jury. 31 Put down. SI Peevishness.
cookies force of Inertia. 12 Intense. 38 Trees: Lat. 67 Business
She will serve a meal todayto Gall explained her algae experiment 13 On horsebac., 39 Demolishes lobby. '

Don Morrow host of the : Solution to Friday' PuzzleUUUQ as 11 a.
ABC-TV network show, and ex-
'Algae' or seaweed, may be
plain to the nationwide audi- one of the basic foods of the OUST.R'wOa teeM
ence how she went about her future. Within my lifetime the UUCJUO UHUUtlUUlf CRYPTOGRAM- :t WHAT'S WROts.tit?
experiment. world's population may Increaseby UUUUU UUUUUUUUdLJ By F. D. Everett Jr.
SponsonHoneywell hundreds of :: per'haps FOR Till UEVATO
which sponsors a* much as a oiuion. Although miuuuuu uuuuciuiilIlKIJII BO HWPOPER HA CANE AKCHCRUINi

the show In order to encourage I'm sure steaks will remain MlirlMIJI:! HI IHuuuuu WEX LMN XCM DOWN THE
scientists to prepare for more popular, seaweed uuu uuuuuaaa PSAURU LSBWEO }TAIM I ROMAPARTMENTI
young will have to be fed to million aauuua auaaHUUMI'lim
and engineering I.
In science NMC.
career 1
military product of people In the more depressedareas MIIUMUIIUnnn
baa a large
of the world. Sclentlltalnrecent naunnnnran
plant In St. Petersburg have been workIng 0 R
Appearing with Gail on Sun- year ririurui HIIUH Friday' cryptogram: Spider -
on bow to make algae as
will be two lgyearoldyouths Little Mill
day surprised
advanced tasty a* other food a* tasty
who have performed
research In rocketrY a* rice, let1 ay." Muffet L

and two aerospace pioneer Highly Nutritious 3/ZI/M 3+..:.
14-year-old retired Ma). Gen Seaweed Is highly nutritious, Sam Spiegd and directed by and its language, gets him Into
Benjamin D. Fouloia. the first containing all the vitamins, David Lean, their tint motion one history dramatic situation
I pilot In what I II now the Air and carbohydrate necessary picture collaboration since their after another The enigma of
Joseph Engle, protein "The Lawrence Is vividly brought out AM Yta MAY PIHD NERI. WHAT A JOLLY I WON T TAre aa7siMoMCNT
Force, and Capt. to maintain the body in Academy Award winning OVSaIWXIeecasrnel p OOSEi.I Ask "WT/f,HHTHROWHWus
$1, the youngest pilot now flyIng good health. Gail has drawn up Bridge on the River Xwal." in this plcturlzatlon of his heroism WILL I. I.ARee PALOMINO ALL? ANTI-MHJTAr-HMTIWI *HSl I. ia ny TO Mca W our,TWS ctmwt AMP
fastest rocket I his a* a military CAL.CANYON.THs TAI'R YUUU 1D s1f1 ICMArC MAPS JUNULi-H wit's AND Idolc'WITH
the world' dozens of recipe for seaweed, I which also won International genius saM.NnYssa.es Cens CAU ON MRS./ AND MKIV MM To TWi
+' YFOR CAtr. { tTtMOM aia rsenNroeM.Dae
| plane, the X-13 including salad, meat dishes audience acclaim. "Lawrence strategist and the tragedy of his e.I I Tb NAve Tt9 PRIORrTs MAV seer D6ATN OP NiR WHO A II Peoria'.ION
Foulois learned to the following unthanked achievement when WCti.NOT WHATS WMMONW ITWW I i0I.DOR/ .
General and cookie Most of her preparations of Arabia" has won j so NueeAu., ,
M ago by taking mlil-: flour, Awards. Arab Prince Felsal, speak to 04 DIPLOMATIC 1 TUB PRIME
; fly year are made UMTS*... MINWTSK,.. ( i
i order lessons from the Wright which she grind after the aiL Beat Picture Of The Year. British General AUenby at the
brother .. 1. ked bi .roll* Best Direction (David Lean). end of the Urn: "We are equally
een boa --
M' -
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'when"be; had mastered the lulce gae\ na to remove Its fishy taste Best Color Art Direction (John glad to be rid.of him, are we

art of keeping a biplane In the and it has been dried white and[Box and John Stoll). not?" iT
air at the speed of 45 mile an crisp. It is then blended with Best Music (Maurice Jarre).: Topping the cast is Alec Guinness StEYENSON IUtiON

hour the U. S. ArmY gave him .other Ingredient to give It substance Best Color Cinematography who won an Academy CANYON i II
one plane and a ground crew and flavor without Has (F.- A. Young. B.S.C.). Award for his work la "The
and created what baa now become of nutritional value. I Best Editing (Anne V. Coates). Bridge on the River Kwal.", rouorn :

the nation'! Air Force. Gail ha two brothers, Tom,' Best Sound (John Cox). I which also war made by Spiegel'
of Arabia" also and Lean. _
Becket 10 and two sisters "Lawrence
17, and Mike, s
Globe Also starred Are Anthony)
received more
Lanca- Carol 14, and Kathy, I
IS 01 ,
Bill Robinson Awards from the Hollywood Quinn as a fighting Arab sheik
M. N. Marks, Is
12- father,
the Her
ter. Pa. will exhibit Correspondents than Jack Hawkins a* General Alien-
rocket be credit manager of Plnella PIper Foreign UPSTREAM f fA80UT PION'T KNOW
fool-high Mild-fuel It was the by, JOlt Ferrer aa a sadistic, 4 -
other picture; r -
mother.. any SUCH
of developing Co. Her cwt 2O! FfaT YUtE WERa
built that If capable Guild choice Turkish Bey, Anthony Quayle,
of thrust m work at the Science Center, Screen Producer RsAJ.Ly Tws wA1TiRN6Rta AN exvsltT oN
4,000 pounds which has Inc. In St. Petersburg.'Lawrence for "best produced" picture, Claude Rain and Arthur Ken TWR5TY AFTER Ise :$ WAtER 1 't.PoulmoN
one seoorld, and and the Director Guild of Amer'ice nedy. Two screen newcomers, 11001' 14W1isi DBAVLYl
choice for "best directed." rate special mention: Omar .;.
Of Arabia'Scheduled "Lawrence of Arabia" portrays Sharif M All and Peter O'Toole 1! r

I that moment In history as Lawrence. y WAIT
when i brash, young British officer I Robert Bolt penned the T '' DON7 txts'EIZ
At GroveRated encounter the beginningsof screenplay for the Columbia THAT vMHER!

the Arabian revolt In the desert Pictures' release, which was j

"beat picture of thear" (Lean production "Lawrence ol against the Turks, and playsan filmed In Super-Panavlslon( and
Academy Arabia. begins April I at the almost godlike role In uniting In color by Technicolor Maurice (T.
by filmdom't 'Grove Theater.A the feuding tribe Into an effective -'Jim was another of the film's K eta. a
Award voters, and by the critics "Lawrenceof fighting force Lawrence's 7 Academy Award winner, for
have Horizon picture .
and audiences who already Arabia" was produced by knowledge of Arabia, its people his musical score
teA It the Sam Spiegel-David I,


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By JOHN M.TAYLOR, Director forced to lead a club. This
Lakeland Duplicate Bridge Club assures North of two club
NORTH tricks and restricts his losersto
A-vold three trump tricks.
VA8(1428S5 Polk County has Its firs
.- "Grand Slam" award win-
y -AJ8J ner. For the first time in two OPEN SHOESMONDAY
EAST WEST4K83 years a duplicate bridge
4-10 8 74Q player In the county has been
J 14 V-Q able to win four consecutive
VKJ103Q7632 victories, one each in the
.-34 4-10 7 It county's four regular, evening and
I SOUTH games. Mrs. Theo Waits FOR GIRLS
.-AKISU87 of Lakeland will receive the }
.- Winter Haven Duplicate Club : FRIDAY 77
.-A K 10 "Grand Slam" trophy for her r
*-Q wins as follows: with Doug EVENINGS
The above hind wee one of Hall of Lakeland In a Thurs
the more Interesting dealt In day night masterpoint game 1;
In Bartow with Mrs V D. TILL J1
i' the National Charity Sectional ; .: "
in Winter Haven. It presented Flesher of Lakeland In a Sunday :. \ ,
bidding and playln night game In Lakeland: 9
with Mrs. Jim Nlcholls of
problem for the NS team I
South always opened the Lakeland in a Tuesday night '
bidding with IS North bas a game In Lakeland; and wIth BUCK PATENT -
choice of I safe INT response Mrs. H. G. Morris of Winter
or a slightly aggressive call Haven In a Wednesday night -. < ) WHITI
of 2IL Regardleu of the masterpolnt game in Winter |
North reply South also has e Haven. Jeck..III .t the 50th Aimivr' ..nr Cmvit.. a' the Wt....lo, .. Gre.... .".. rdwn. AMMctaNm. AND BOYS REDIJI
problem In deciding on nil re- Winners Game Mil Ccil Violet ...........*.crl.htl( University, *f M."..!* fmhntil from ..tti"' ...,
bid. The South hand is not Game in B.... ws first raiimrv* lad Mill lib D....... ELM! >, U.,....,., .l G..*f I* fraihm ham Swilmbor, G*., SIZES'/:.U.
quite strong enough in point The Winners Mrs. Tom *.. Mcn4ninnni,. All throe see It yeses *.... Mb King will nprMml the w*,.......t ,Muttrv. ,
or suit quality for a Jump to Bates tow was of Lakeland won by and Mrs. which shipped $11 million worth from Funds. IM. .law year ,In the biters mrttN this wmmr. LACE STYLES 11 Va J
3S: the hand I I. too strong for
I 2S bid unless made as I Pat Hogan of Ormond Beach .
and Mrs. V. D. Flesher of Black
temporizing underbid to Senators U.S. Has
Lakeland and this columnist. Say DutyTo
North's previous bid of 2H: Second place finishers were lrown
the hand to too unbalancedfor
Don Taylor ol
I 2NT rebid: I 20 artificial :rtoadlrsRC I
bid over INT might be and Mrs. Ted Flanigan Thornhill of Continue Viet Nam Support
passed by North and I 3D Winter Haven Finishing 3rd
bid 2H would be too '
: :
were Mr. and Mrs. Paul Tyler
strong r of Lakeland and Mrs. Annie WILLIAMSBURG Va. (AP), nlst guerrillas, In the opinion ol f Important that the United DEPARTMENT STORE
Most North player chooseto Ritter and Mrs. C. W. Walkerof The United States has a duty, two ranking members of the States "show the people of Viet -
round.bid only Most INT South on the bidden first Winter Haven. The 4th to continue aiding South VietNam t Senate Foreign Relations Com Nam who might be Inclined to DISCOUNT CENTER
and mittee.
choose an overbid of 3S or place teams were and must not abandon the support the guerrillas that I
Mrs. William Dancy of Lakeland "It is clear that with our nuclear
2NT for their 2nd round effort if there Is t self be
and Mr. and Mrs. Phil country even peril olosing capability the Communists proper -government can
This sequence led to fatal Davies of Bartow. The win- the war to the Commu- could not win a general or achieved without the so-called 218 E. PINE
contracts of 3NT or 4S. The nersln the Winter Haven mas- even a limited war" Sen. Hen- "'war of national liberation
South players who underbid erpolnt game in addition to NONWHITE RATE OFF ry M. Jackson D-Wash. said Jackson and Javlts are
2S after the North of
response about 100 leaders of the I
the Waits Morris team were Friday. among -
INT the hand there
Mrs. C. W. Walker and Mrs. "We must show them that Western world who have cometo
with excellent results. Those; Hughes Steele of Winter H* represent about 11 percent ofthe they cannot win this kind of this Virginia colonial capitalto OFFER YOUR SERVICESRegularly
North players who made an ven. I United States population- war," attend an the-record bull
initial reply of 2H or bid INT I far smaller proportion than session on international affairs,

and continued with 3H overSouth' game The will regular be played masterpolnt tonight In 1790, when it was 19 per cent.The Javlts Agrees the: Bilderberg conference. In The Business Directory In The LEDGER Classified Columns: ..
second bid arrived at low point came in 1930 and Agreeing with Jackson was They gave their views at a
in Lakeland. There will be no
the most natural contract of Dial MU 61151ZENITH
1940, when the nonwhite proportlon Republican Sen. Jacob K. Jav- news conference between ses-
4H. Most of the 4H contracts game next Sunday Easter I, was 10 percent. ,its of New York who said It is .
will be
There an-
were defeated for average re- Sunday.. I
sults. However on two occasions other masterpolnt game to-
North made 4H for morrow afternoon in Winter

the for N-S.best results on the hand Haven."trophy The series"final will game be in played the NITE & DAY TV w

; Tuesday night in Lakeland. '
Wins First Trick The Polk County "Team of PAIR I S A.L E

Against the opening lead of Four" Club Championship 1st ANNUAL f
the diamond Jack from East, game will be played in two .
dummy wins the first trick. sessions this coming Saturday l
North discards a club and a 'Lakeland.. The event will LightweightCempott BUY TWO AND SAVE $$$ ,I
l .; diamond on the top spades be held at 1:00 and 7:30 p.m. ,
t MA lull n>*4.. H. cuhM I M the Polk FedenSouth- :
\ the tout ace, dCon'Z the \ Gate brunch. Th top two alt IV Mm AU New 63 & G4 Merchandise : ;
dummy Kith a and I teams will compete M tie .""
ruffs another spade. East is I state finals In Ft. Pierce on n,500 YOltaplcture
thrown In with and I 25 and 28.
a trump April tar
pewee Free Souvenir For
y Every Shopper
1 I A.tomatlc"hinge CURTIS-MATHES
I War Trial Lawyer Will lock" tirestf ryas -

f Address Executive Club I RCA VICTOR a Big

Attorney Thomas F. Lambert Lieutenant Senior Grade In the ,
Jr., of Boston who was trial Navy Lambert also served asa 23" Console I ffi, 23"
If I counsel on the staff of Justice legal officer on GeneralBradley' I Big 23" Console"'"" {
staff and took part In
Robert H. Jackson during the planning and operational phases 7"x5" Speaker Tranlform""owlrs' 4'' COLOR
famous Nuremburg Trials of
e 21,000 Volts Picture sew state Chlllil
Nazi war criminals, will speak
to the Lake Region Executives + Power (fig' pkrurs-pulllna. i 1 TV t
Club at its dinner meeting 1 Spotlit Dial power ., N t'. e e e
Thursday evening, starting at 7 r

o'clock.Lambert presented the trial Mod.! 1271! $ tY' 3 e. Hardboord cabInet Plus e I
addresses indicting the Nazi 3 styling 415-s1c !

of Party whom and were Martin convicted.Borman, During both BUY BOTH AS LOW AS Week Per Up front central

his military career in which Medal. .4CJ. 6 .
he advanced to the rank of I fl:
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'C.I Canada' Northern Affair WITH SWIVEL BASE BUY BOTH FOR Wk PK week lQm
Department said it had received
word the expedition THOMAS F. LAMBERT JR. e Frame Grid Tuner

pushed off Thursday from an of military government from St/=".7Vi" Speaker d
encampment near the Canadian London to the Rhineland. KELVINATOR KELVINATOR
Alert Air Base and weather stat A graduate of the Yale University e Tinted Filter Glou
tlon on the tip of Ellesmere Island Law School and a form. -
I 109 miles from the pole. er Rhode scholar to Oxford Power M Chassis (Color No. Extra) ,
t, The government officials had University Lambert has served Automatic Washer _
,11 1 few details about the departure, as law professor at several
other than that the expedition universities Including Stetson -. : M..... UK" Deluxe 30"
fJ had gotten under way. A radio University at DeLand, is a b> 2-Speed, 2-Cycle Electric
and Eskimos .. e 19" 'ortoble ; Range
operator two were member of the District of Columbia r;
left at the encampment.Led bar and was senior economist l. I Deep turbulent washing I
Power M Chea.l
by BJorn Staib, a 25-year- on the Board of Economic rinsing actla...,"lr"II' Fits is like a bellt-I.
old Instructor in Norway's ik Welfare In Washington. e. ." Golden Voice avtltt
and Appliance
troop, the expedition hopes to ,,1 Speaker 15 '1 gentle V
cross the arctic, continuing on I -- w Signal lights
to Spitzbergen, north of the Noted English Front Mounted II IIh ._ tact...
Scandinavian mainland or Rus Mo4eC! Inu COIItrol. llft-aff even dots

alas Sevemaya Zemlya Island ,
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off the Siberian Coast betweenthe
Kara and Laptev seas. BUY BOTH $ RF-321 r
Staib estimates the expedI-- Dies In Crash 318 No Frost
tion will cover 1,500 miles and FOR ONLY Electric DryerAstsmatlc
complete the traverse In 10 LIVERPOOL, England (AP) Km cycle Refrigerator
weeks. No one has reached the -Nancy Spain, 48, writer and Safe temperature aTr.. tale W....".,
pole on foot since the Peary expedition television personality was Safe cytlaasfSafety
of 1909. I among five persons killed Satur- W '
Two years ago, Staib crossed day in an air crash half a mile MOTOROLA '
the Greenland ice cap a trip of from AIntrea race course, scene CLOCK-RADIO 9
800 milesProducer's. of the Grand National Steeplechase '
I this afternoon. Lighted 2295 only I $252 KDI.41 $27

: : Wife Miss Spain was on her way Dial. I for the PAIR .kk gailanw
to the course to cover the horse Week v M Tl6N
I Sues For Divorce race on an assignment for Newsof
the World, a Sunday news USED TV SPECIALS'
I LOS ANGELES (AP) Mrs. paper.
Stanley Kramer, wife of the Miss Spain was one of five 17' P NilE & DAY APPLIANCES
movie producer is suing for occupants of a private plane belonging 0o .
t divorce. to Westwsys Air Taxis 21" Console
I The former actress, 38, Ltd., of London. "Lakeland's TV
charged extreme cruelty in the Miss Spain was a noted Buy Both For Per Supermarket"W.ek
suit she filed In Los Angeles. Journalist and literary critic. 1330 .
Now AuburndaU
She and Kramer 50, were married II i well as the author of Hwy. Open 8 AM.9 P.M. MU 15-2176
In 1950 and separated last books, a number of them 201
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HORIZON GIRLS-Lakelond's first Horizon Club, on organization for senior Camp Fire Girls, was founded by
Mrs. R. Harold Grlzzard and named for Mrs. Spessard L Holland, then First Lady of Florida, wife of now
United States Senator Holland. Members of that original club, called the Mary Holland Horizon Club gathered
at Mrs. Grizzard's home last week. They are, from left, seated, Mrs. Holland and Mrs. Grizzard; and standing, i
Mrs. Robert T. Miller, Mrs. Thomas M. Lowery I III I I, Mrs. Jean D. Criss, Mrs. Robert A. Patrick III and Mrs. Edward
E, Proctor. Members of the original club not present for the photo are Mrs. Glenn Green and Mrs. T. J.
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THREE GENERATIONS-Three generations of Camp Fire Girls ore also represented by I

I f Mrs. R. Lee Overbuy her daughter, Mrs. George C. Ccrr, and granddaughter, Chris 'iyM' w K'r
, Carr, 10. Records at the Lakeland area Camp Fire House on Buckingham show that tY .left }

t \ Camp Fire groups were active.in this area as early as 1916. The organization marked r'L
R its 54th birthday Tuesday.
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Y k44 fff5/ MOTHER, LIKE DAUGHTER-Nila Peterson, center, and the other Camp Fire Girls pictured on this page
k' 5iA are the,only ones In the Lakeland area who can boost of both a mother and grandmother who were Camp Fire

Girls, too, according to official records. Nila is pictured with her grandmother, Mrs. Harold Streater, left, and

her mother, Mrs. J. Hardin Peterson Jr.

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FAMILY-Grandmother, mother and daughters have all been members of FOURSOME OF CAMP FIRE GIRLS-One of four Lakeland families to have three generations of Camp Fire Girls
CAMS the Camp FIRE F' organization in Lakeland in the many years it has been active here represented Is that of Mrs. W O. Ropp, pictured at left. She is shown with her daughter, Mrs. Luther M. Beal s
Representing three generations are Mrs. Jeff Guilford, her daughter, Mrs. James W. and granddaughters, Ginger Beal, 14, and Margaret Beal, 9. The entire month of March is being celebrated OS
9 and Laura 8. The little girls are wearIng I
Miller's daughters, Kathy, ,
1 i Miller.their and Camp Mrs Fire uniforms. / .' "birthday month" by Lakeland Camp Fire Girls. ,(Ledger Photos By Art Pejjkinsc't I


J-C LAKELAND LEDGER Sunday March 22. 1N4

ry Moms Save Money-Buy.Girls'

Be Chic, Rip Up The + rr'h ,

11) Curtains For Dresses Clothes With A Bright FutureNEW ,

A, AP Fwhlon Feature tilt Nation Society fur Industrial YORK American FalW, lead the manufacture adult .....C IIiW kilos

NEW YORK an The not Designer has now women are literally toning *'* hang tag listing fabric about. Trt ,armhole *rlll
absolutely-new technique In !: window fiber content, finish, and
put Itt stamp of approval on a money out of the according out and Matftet movement
acquiring a chic wardrobe to children' wear chasing 'lnstructionJ. A
A waistband can make
though poor it by cutting up iNs ort of thing by Inviting } n designer Ruth of Carolina, large group of Ruth of Carolina mug
the table linen, stitching up tilt couturier to Invade their : by not following a few simple children's fashion I II always a child very uncomfortableafter
the bedspreads, and draping field. t rule when chopping for designed In cotton because a healthy lunch or din

the draperies Socialite "irphoklered" t children' clothing of its practicality, although ner If there i* not enoughroom

In ripping away the curtainsof Big fashion designers perused : fh A* a mother and grand other natural fiber. for expansion.
Old Tara and stitching up t1t. a* well as synthetic are
luxurious material mother a* well a* a designer, Look for other practical
a Rhett-balt costume, that the used. Only pre ehnank and
Ruth of Carolina I 18 qualified
fictional Southern temptreu by the bolt, took home the color fast fabric are used. touches such a* deep hem
Scarlet O'Hara may have bedding and the lace under to pan along both personal Doe the tag on the gar which can be let out as the
and ex
the family sliver, and went to professional indicate these facts?
started the whole thing perience. She feel that child grow Money can be
More than 100 yean later. work with their needles and w t'dvs clothing budget can be Can the garment be washed caved sine garment will not

.1 I pins. stretched If certain basic or must It be drycleaned? be outgrown ao quickly -

Hani M.M. Recently their lotplritlon thing are kept in mind when If tt must be drycleaned, this and need replacement. A
rJ.B. Charge were upholstered onto loclalIte -
buying girlt clothes, and In I 18 a budget factor to be con- wide seam at the waistband
*, celebrities, and their
sidered.Is I I. another factor which
addition, bat minute problems -
Thoughtful foster Gilts girl favorite were manikin cent onto and the runways the and shopping expeditions the fabric one of the synthetic lengthen the life of a gar

of the will b* averted. blend which contains ment.
for the approval
GlossChinaWoodOvenwore but especiallythe Believe la Practicality Anvil, Dacron Nylon, etc.. Check to see If decorative
general public, a
with specific instruction for accents are color fast and
borne furnishtngs-orlenta- A firm: believer In practical
coordinated cleaning or washing. If 10, washable. Are they pinned-
ted. clothing and color-
the that Instruction on rather than sewn on?
save tag to
Antiqu. or Modern They were a huge success, wardrobe, the designer Pinned-on-decorationa eliminate
can be followed faith
these opulent, embroidered, urge sweater dresses,
fully. This Insure a better the time and trouble of
brocaded silken little sleeveless -lleev.
or ca
or garmenti.
Com Out ond Reguter For looking garment. Save every renewing them every time
They were regal. sexy, or ed dresses which can be
Our Weekly Draw For A tam the lame drawer but the garment la cleaned.
slightly on the bookie aide worn alone, or with a coordinated -
be aura to make a notation Check shorts and alack
depending on the mood of sweater as a cov
the maker er-up against cool breeze on the card before placing it (trousers for little boys) to
$5GIFT In the drawer, describing the see that the crotch I 18 deep
Not Cheap and draft, a* little girl
One thing they were not wardrobe basic Not only garment, co that the instructions enough not to cut or chafe.

CERTIFICATENothing was che+p. One silken creation .a do coordinated outfit of mix- can be teamed up with And here's a special suggestion -
the right Item at the right to keep little boys' shirt-
required at least 10 t and-match unite make up Into
to Buy-Not Ncmsary yard at $Beach to execute [ y it different outfit but In this time.Room tails tucked neatly Inside
To Bt Prawnt T. Win short and
For Expansion pant: sew an
plus the labor cost Involved. way the usefulness of each
Another important check edging of lace along the edge
Another floor length gown garment I II extended.
point I It fit la there ample of the ihlrttaiL Then if ha
I wu tnlpped from a bolt goIng Just color has
as a
GxinJoT\ (but probably not too psychological room for movement? Remember doesn't keep the tall tuckedin
effect on
$100 grownups a child 1* very active his friends will be sure to
rapidly) at a yard
so too do gaily designed
At this rate obviously using and strains at learns an tell him.
print help little girl enjoy i .
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Qitt8. home materials In
dressing up for special occasions I i
your wardrobe 1* no bargain whether active

2015 Poe St. But If you are short of cash, .-i- 'port*, going to lunch, shopping < GAEZjOSf!
and you prefer to look better or a party. A
than the family sofa the dining -
Straight Out I. Mile Te
Mother are strongly advised
room window or the
Phillip ft ftetlwt
not to succumb to
TWII On a..r..n.wT. kitchen table, these are a
dress -
for lab ro pretty party or any
handy itibititut at ,
Our Sign 'r other garment which "look
the department store Just re'raln I..w ARTH
Gh fear Hem A Gift Ti* from Inviting anybody ? T, .c rsr ....rwr a u nlaGN. rsM limply adorable" without, datermlnlng I! }- oaJ
If the dress I is
In for a while.
--- -,---.,.., practical. Doe it fit In with I
-JWise7Maw3.aweeausswe allfiilaFSlnd Aiiikhi MtFAfS A34flid SPRINGTIME 0* LIFE S'RINGTIMI Of YEAR Tw. blithe aid .11..**- rlf ....... the child' of life? Doe I
-.re ......,1111101 ty this children mid the ihowerln' whit .'0....... *f a lewerln* plum t_. she really need this addition I 1

Th. tree grows ....r John Col School end thaw tw* youngsters couldn't mitt Ite ......,. DwliThomei to her wardrobe? If the answer ERRiES -'h

,,'..-,**.-.1.. Mil .f Mr. and Mrs. T. C. Thmn ,.'*'' the ilopin track. pluck a twl* fr to these questions 1* I

e rA.MONAalae e cl........*, ..-,**.-*,.. ID.. Wymt, dUhttr .f Mr. end. Mr* T.I....(* Wyrj*. (La..*., plate ., yes, then mother ihould

eNOWLa.OaAaLleI 'Parities) check the_following points: I:
aWNaaasL.t.ae ----

Tampa's 'M usicl' Man'Authentically Three Senior Scouts Have

./. Completed Aide Training

CastTAMPAThe -
Three Senior Girl Scout Peggy Herbert, Jeanni Norris
\ from Lakeland Troop 257 have and Lois Stokes. Their advleer

Tampa Lyric sic Man of the show, Doug completed 20 hours of program on this challenge and the preparation C
read music Mason aide training and are now required wa Nancy
Theater la going all-out Iowaas no ; City,
ruses CA'U" CLOTN" nOM 1 S SI Ssoveseane the home of "The Music ready to assist In a variety! Stagman Senior Scout of '
rehearsals continue for Man," I I. Connie' hometown, of areas at the request of Troop 257, serving as a leader I
"The Music Man" by Mere- too, and she la the first Ma- leaders for specific help. Theyare I retraining Black Patent Leather
dith Wilson of Iowa. Evening son Citlan ever to appear In trained in the area of Cookie Sal. White Patent Leather
GOURWaVL performances are scheduled at "The Music Man." singing, outdoor skills, games, Th* annual cookie sale continues I White Leather
Falk Theater April 1*. 1T. IS Ed Thompson in his third dramatics, ceremonies and In- this week, with proceeds o Wr.il leather
with one children's matin, roll aa mayor, play. Mayor ternational friendship. designated for camplrg : / Bon Leather
April 19.Douglas. Shinn and Barbara Beany hula leaders may telephone the equipment and special oppor Black Leather
MALL new program aides to request tunities. The Scout House will\ .
r Vance, as the Millie wife Eulalia. The school board Pink LeatherY
LAKaUNo Man, and Constance Sper- quartet la composed of Keith program help. The girls are be open tomorrow, Wednesday .llow Leather

onis, as Maraian the librarian Sperry, Jack Trusler, Robert Mlchaelene Fenchel daughterof and Friday mornings : Red Navy Leather Leather ,

are authentically cast in Buttery and Fred Broderson.Laru Lakeland Girl Scout leaders Lvh! Green Leather
this show of small town from all levels are Invited 'o
Mutter playa Mrs Pa- Dork Green leatherBlack
tyrssirw.lsartert lts.cr arty.ct+ate.r .ray.cmlcralsllctslcri.ctwlralctsM .Iowans in 112. Like the MuSprmg's roo and the youngster Win- attend a coffee and a workshop I e Patent
------ -- -- in and crafts at
throp I I. played by Russell songs e Camel
the Scput House 201 Parkview
Alexander. Claudia Juergensen I 207 S. Are.Acreu .
Place tomorrow from 10-11:30
I and Bruce lover Renick Zaneeta play and the a.m. The Lake neighborhood: I hem MeetL'Aiglon
young will be hostesses and will holda I
., tJlNi 1111Lt@mm Tommy supported by a cast neighborhood meeting at I OPEN

of traveling salesmen River 9:15: a.m. Leaden are to bring FRI. KITE

vp Boys'City folks Band., and the River City simple Pioneer crafts neighborhood to display will 'TIL

Musical direction continues
hold a brlif neighborhood
under Lymann Wilts of Iowa meeting at I:30, prior to the I RED CROSS SHOE STORE
: ,13'J) :a1t\diTE who I Is completing his third Mr. and Mrs Mayo Fen workshop. :
season as Tampa Lyric' "mu- chel Martha Higgi, daughter ,;
sic m.n." Jo Young, University of Mr. and Mrs. R. D. tig! s; I

natillIw { of Tampa drama depart- and Margaret Rybinski. daughter -
i t .lID J7J1.lli ment head 1* stage director. of Mr. and Mrs Marlon I IRybinskI.

.. Cecelia Fernandez I* directIng !.
choreography. Challenge Award
The American Field Service Seven girls of Cadette troop ,

i' will sell reserved ticket for 251, Southwest Junior High
sprightliest In love leathers
the first performance to benefit School were the surprised recipients
j pretty pastels patents end fabrics Its exchange student pro of the pin representing Z
t: In shoes for daytime, dance-time gram. completion of the Challenge Tt

dinner-time and sports styles. We have Tickets for all performanceswill of Social Dependability.After .
be made available at the six month of practice
t alt Famous Brands In sizes 3V4 to 11 ; Falk Theater box office which In the area of hostessing,

widths AAAA to CDon't open April 9. Referred tick etiquette and good grooming, ,6IV
\ H ets are $3; general admission the girl were asked to handle
I Wait Shop all the social for
; $2 and children for the matinee arrangement
,f now while the only, 1.75.RAINY their: Court of Awards earlier '
this month. Although they did
size rang is not know it, this wss their
I EXCITEMENTOn challenge.
\ complete a rainy day, don't add to Th* girls, who are the first .
your depression by wearing In their troop to complete this
Pink Just any old thing Reach for new rank which originatedwith

Bone your most colorful dress and the program change in _
accent Its gay look with September are Carolyn Wet-

Blue make-up that la equally exciting terhall Trudy Lynn Branson. o.-

__ Rhonda Reed, Deanl Thomas -
H -
White ;
Gleaming /1
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candy Apple Red

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lsrd Taylor| / \,
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Brilliant Solitaire RingII Aiglon for Spring and Summer wearing

C'.I Ian Left Tailored yet feminine the three-pi.c. en-

reef HairHivntlt' Whit+ POINT Sm.ll Cent! semble consisting of a slimming skirt, jaunty jacket

Gleaming and contrasting crepe av.rblouse. A now-through.
I Block Patent WHILE 3 later blend of rayon and acetate
Sail fifth AWI"u Mid. Heat $9 95 LAST each white. Sizes '10-20. $35.00. navy/
High or
Sfes/ay ,.1Ii,... ,
I MlllI Right: The onepiecedress with' the two-piece look.
More fitted, more femole-Wp-bonded With
Eagllsti w.,..,. l stiff DIAMONDS MOUNTED! / ENGRAVING caressed with a g.ntly.cJraped bow Arne a Was"touch -

nylon ottoman stripe in pink blue beige _
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I I I LISTENING IN T1 I, Store Winter Clothes Carefully 1

GAINBIWLUE-Store your and sunning gets rid of moth Shoes and bags? Clean and
winter clothes carefully now and larvae which
eggs do the
OLIVI STOUT SYKIS, Ud.w WMWH'S Utter so they will be In good condition damage. polish them. Wrap and store

next fall, says Mill Elisabeth Don't use plastic hangers. In boxes, away from dual

/ Finnish Fashions Fascinate Dickinson, clothing and Remove plastic buttons, buck- Mildew attacks leather so be
textiles specialist with the lee or any other plastic ornaments sure there is plenty of air circulating
Florida Agricultural Extension before storing gar where the leather
Service ments. The plastic may stain goods are stored.
Finnish fashions are catching on in our land. Arm! Ratia, Finnish designer Store only clean garments. or melt into the fabric. Hats too, call for special
the> Lilly, Oriental type sheath that caught on last summer and fall, has come The longer you neglect spots Before storing your winter attention. Brush them thoroughly

.tom df4 ..forth..._ ....with_..___the_ _.Marimekko.L more generously cut shift which is described a* and stains, the more stubborn clothes, clean the atorage area Fill the crowns with
IQ unuurm ox me 171- -- they become. Moths relish thoroughly Anti-moth sprays wadded tissue paper. Add a

tcllectuals." some good for Lakeland If College cafeteria, telling him soiled clothes, too. Wash and help protect storage areas. moth preventative to the boxes

I The two dresses are ahe got elected to the City goodbye and that she'd calla dry thoroughly all washable Store garments In tightly- .you_store them. ._In. _
described as first cousins Commission, and she fought taxi to pick him up to take garments. Don't starch them. wrapped paper packages, airtight I
and have the common the political battle and won him back to his hotel down Let your dry cleaner handle boxes and chests and
denominator of simplicity it town. This was about noon. other soiled garments Point garment bags. If you use a
Translated And she out spots and stains to him. cedar chest, be sure all garments
the now says: "Itdoesn't At S:30 p.m., Katie remem Be to
sure mention
Marimekko means "a little bother me If I'm the bered. She'd forgotten to any Instructions are free of moths.
girl's dress for Mary," only one voting for or against call the cabl! for care given on Cedar oil vapor kills small
hang It's
a measure. I do what I thinkIs tags a good moth larvae, but not older,
Mary the
being generic Early one Sunday morningshe Idea to keep a file of these bigger ones.
right, follow the dictatesof
term for woman. Thoughthe was mopping her floors tags, with a notation to which Furs Must Stay Cool
my conscience, and If Fashions
Marimekko dress mine is the only and had the stereo going with garment each applies. What about storing other
shapes are all as simple vote, it doesn't bother yea nay sweet sounding music, whena Be sure garments are free winter clothes? Take your
as paper doll cut-outs, all" me at phone call came. It was of moths. Brushing, sunning, furs to a professional cleaner. fromCarters
they are designed to provide Edna Ewerts, dietitian at cleaning, and washing all rout He will store them In vaults
a lot of variety for She has the courage of her the college, who said, "Ka moths. Ferret out moths by where the temperature is low.

the individual figure. convictions. tie, did you forget you were thoroughly brushing pockets, Summer heat in home closets
President Johnson suposed to come to work today folds and seams. BrushingInsurance is apt to dry out the skins.
e e ?" She had.
a proved he's well have a
up on
fashions Now this is not to say that
when he bought Women Will
his Hear tell that the Elks are Katie's forgetful She just
Bird daughter, Lynda debating the possibility of a has so many things to re- I' way ofgrowing ,
a red Marimekko
dress new structure to house the member that some of them Hear Quillian YanceyInsurance
Finland for Elks Lodge. The progressives have to be forgotten 1 .
DAVID D. CANTRELL And though want to tear down the Women of Polk Ington and New York .
Lady Bird and her two old one and build a brand e e e City. He
daughters are said to new Imposing edifice on the County will meet tomorrow at was legislative assistant to on youLA
steer clear of I:30 p,m. at the Gold Cup James
naming de- same valuable property In A. Haley, member of

Miss Lydia Ann Smith And signers of their clothing downtown Lakeland, at the sons,Jane, Joey and, Joe 8, and Kltchel Jay,, 4.their of Restaurant. The program congress, representing the :
since moving to the corner of Main Street and Fort Myers have moved Into will be presented by local attorney Seventh Congressional Districtof
White House the President Massachusetts Avenue. Quillian
their new home there at S413 Florida from December
Mr. Cantrell Are Married readily told reporters The conservatives are agin Parker S. Yancey. He ,
Drive, on the Caloo-
his gift dress to Lvn. it Wonder who'U win? sahatchee River. Both Jane will be Introduced 1957, to Jan. I, 1960, In Wash: t.Carter's .

da Bird-was a Mnrimek- and Joe are'' graduates of by Mrs ington. Since January, 1960,
Miss Lydia Ann Smith became Attending the bride ko Melvin C. Mr. Yancey has been
the bride were and that he'd been e e Florida Southern College. actively
Cantrell of David Duncan Miss Marilyn Ahlers, childhood foresighted enough to Jane's parents are Mr. and Roberts, memo 1 engaged In the practice of law
ion Mr. and
Members of Lakeland ber of the
Mrs. Kermit H. Cantrell of friend of Hollis. N.Y., buy it while ton his visit Little the Mrs. F. A. Stack, 1830 Lake program in Lakeland.The .
Theater commit
Nicholi. Friday night at Westminster maid of honor, and Mrs. tot h e Scandinavian treat. I think. For the musical a Parker Dr. Joe la an adjuster ..ws Insurance Women will
United Presbyterian Thomas C. Sistrunk of Plant countries during his termas to be produced in May for The General Adjust. tee.Other members 1 have a business meeting after

Church. The bride is the City, bridegroom's sister, and Vice President.He is "My Fair Lady." This will and merit Jane Bureau in Fort Myers responsible the program and dinner. Members 122 So. K.ntucky
daughter of Mrs. Viola M. Mrs. R. Wayne Smoak, brides- had a lot of fun be the first production in the in Tlce teaches first grade for the t desiring reservations LakelandChild's
Smith, 704 E. Oak St., and maids. d e m 0 nit rat I n fl. state of the popular, long-run elementary school. program are are
Everett E. Smith of 611 Oriole The attendants wore formal how loose-fitting it was play, and will be seen here Mrs. DalsyMR-YANCEY to contact Shirley Marta at
Drive. gowns of pink taffeta fash- during the First Family's before the movie appears 'a Grant, Mrs. Verlle Payne and MU 24141.

Dr. Evert Cremer performed toned on bouffant lines, with recent visit in Miami, by With the fine talent displayed Mrs. Helen En .1. y. Mr. ,I ;
the ceremony following lace bodices. They carried pulling out its front and by our LLTers, musically Mrs. Edith A. Trotter of Yancey will talk to the
music by Mrs. Frank Cole, nosegays of pink carnations. with a grin telling the as well as dramatic. Lake Morton Apartments re concerning business ethics group and Garden of Learning

soloist O'Neal, and Miss Patricia Best Man press, "It's not what you ally, It should be topflight turned Thursday from Key application of ethics to Emphonilng. Chorocttr Building Since 192
Largo where everyday
organist think." entertainment for Lakeland she spent a I
Adding "The
Fermal Gown Best man was Henry T. girls tell area theatergoers. week with her soninlawand life. : Grades t-lll I
Given In marriage by her Harden of Gainesville, bride "they're quite daughter, Dr. and Mrs. The speaker was
comfortable. graduatedfrom
father, the bride wore a for groom's cousin. Mr. Smosk Laurence Miscall of Forest Now Accepting Limited Enrollments For
mal gown of white de-lustered and Mr. Sistrunk of Plant Armi Ratia, its designer e e e Hills. N. V The Miscalls Florida Southern CollegeIn 1964-65 School Year.

latin, fashioned on princess City, ushered.A puts it this way, "The have been visiting in Lakeland June, 1949, after having
lines, with medallions of reception followed In the Marimekko is for women Lakeland Concert Association with Mrs. Trotter and served in the U.S. Army during I S Phonetic keys to reading and spelling

,Alencon lace appliqued down church social hall. Assisting whose way of wearing membership Is In for a with Mrs. Mlscall's brother World War II. Mr. Yancey I I e Sustained systematic practice in Penmanship

the front. The scalloped Sabrina In hospitalities were Mrs. clothes is to forget what treat, too, come Tuesday, and sister-in-law, Mr. and received law training at Stetson I e Structural Arithmetic based on Discovery
neckline was enhanced Glenn L. Pharis, Mrs. Roland they have on." The Florida Symphony Orchestra Mrs. O. Charles Chapman, and Experimentation.
with seed pearls. The dome- Fralser, Mrs. Curbie Padgett Understand that de will be presented In 728 Easton Dr. University College of Law I
Joint sponsorship by the Association and obtained his law degree (M_.... ot mucus Council if TMchm .! MMhmMlu! )
partment and The visitors
shaped skirt had I bustle back and Miss Sandra Kay. specialty plan to returnto I
and flowed Into train. The stores and Florida South. New York this from George Washington University Art 'Instructor
a chapel couple will live at are bringing in the weekend. : Native French Instructor,
j Her finger tip veil of illusion 2141,4 Creaap. He la employedby shift again for summer ern College and added interest College of Law In \ Cr ollv. Music JulHlard Gradual Instructor
was held by a Juliet cap of American Amalgamated comfort; some of them will be the performance e e Washington, D. C.
'lace and seed pearls. She Corporation In Pierce and she here already have them; of playing Ray Dudley has ,brought pianist, whose Mr. Yancey carved as a special I,I G n.vUv.. C. !'Alt ".".. Dlrecter71e

carried a white Bible topped Is an employe of Mass Brothers fact is, they never went from his audience rives TO THINK: UPON-"C m. agent for the Federal Bureau I .. 'MlMMit Av.. ", .\ **.... MU 1-1217
, with a white orchid. ,. r out. Many were worn This performance closes the Spring with all Its splendor of Investigation' In Wash-_\i

all the past winter in attractive the Association's winter series All its birds and all its I
winter fabrics. blossoms, All its
of concerts, a season
Looks as if the shift is that has brought outstanding and leaves, and '
Deadlines Are here to stay; hope so, artists. Let's review: first Longfellow JUST RECEIVED
I most comfortable style came the Orchestra San Pie- .

Read 'Em But Don't WeepWith ever devised by man tro ef Naples, Italy) then the Rose 1I0wera'j
or woman. Roger Wagner Chorale Michel .
Block, pianist: the JOM To Meet I
the publication of The days prior to the desired publication e e ewe Molina Spaninh Ballet, March GLAMOROUS

Ledger' Saturday morning date. women can be real 13, and lastly the Florida. Elect
Items for the
All other news Svmnhonv.
edition, beginning March 28, glad we have Lola Searl) on
deadlines for the women'spages Sunday edition must be received the City Commission. She's Speaking/ of this most outstanding The Rose Society will meet
by noon the preceding 1 gal with conviction, and season reminds me tomorrow at 7:30: p.m. at First PROM r-tdJ(
will be follows: Wednesday. Those for the Sat
stick-to-lt-lveness When Lois of the president of the sponsoring Federal community room,
Engagement and wedding urday edition must be turnedin espouses a cause, you can organization Katie downtown. A sound film In
stories for a Saturday or Sunday by the preceding Thursday be sure she'll win. Like when O'More. And being thus reminded color, "A Rose for You," will
edition must be receivednot noon This Includes church she went around pleadingwith of Katie, am reminded be shown.
later than noon the preceding news, which In the future will any who'd listen to her of something that happened Mrs. John R. Wright will FOfMAlS wMany
Monday. A wedding must be published Saturday rather the worthiness of the then to her, like her forgetting have a roundtable discussion '
have taken place on the preceding than Friday. proposed Rehabilitation to do something on the rose show to be held I,
Saturday to appear In a News items to appear In a Ranch. Seems Katie was trying to May ..10 at Peoples Bank. ( I Inezes 5 & 7))r f
Sunday edition. weekday edition must be received The Rehab Ranch Is now be real helpful to a Concert Robert P. Reach, chairmanof ( :
Friday weddings will be published by noon the day preceding an Important fact In Lake representative from New the nominating committeefor

in the Saturday edition desired I publicationdate land's social welfare struc York. After much conversational 1964.M officers, will re- .
Immediately following. For except for the Saturday ture. planning she left him port a slate of officers for 29,98 to 55.00 \
publication in a weekday edition edition which deadline is She decided she could do outside the Florida Southern consideration: by the group.
Monday through Saturday Thursday noon. Deadline for Y
wedding and engagement the Monday edition of The Iaa ti
stories must be received two Ledger is Friday noon.
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1 C _LAKELAND__ _U'"LEDGER, Sunday, March 22, 1981 Camp Fire Girls To

EVERYBODY READS Mark First Law TodayToday

The LEDGER Wont Adi Call MU 6-1151 To Place

la Camp Fire Olrla
Your Ad In This' Activ. Market Place.. I t:
prQfs' qtr r S Sunday. In keeping with the
1 +
first tenet of the Law of the
'- -- ----
\ ., Camp Fire Girls, "Worship
God,"' Blue Birds, Camp Fire

ek Girls, Junior HI Camp Fir

Girls and Horizon Club members

will attend their place of

t1@@& worship In their costumes: of
red, White and blue

I Smiling Blue Birds of Southwest -

1.. i 'l4 ti 1 Elementary School will
N entertain their mothers at a

d de + tea Wednesday afternoon at
+, Mrs. Ray Delk la their guardian
.et e.rlllll' the Camp Fir. Clubhouse The

M..4, SAVE 1 girls Invitations have made and decorationsand will pre- Shleta Maka Junior HI? Camp
Fir Girls have elected new
sent their mothers with
MlIJ.w P.t.ct.i consager
officer who will serve for
M on.'T"IS.'W I. they learned to make In
the remaining school period.
WIt 0" 4
their Weed Pullers classes
They are as follows: president -
Odorless Dry CI."I", Mar. 23.24.25 4s 4 +f sponsored by the Garden Club. Debbie Lyons, vice president
Mrs. James V. Hunt Is the
leader. Carolyn Moore; secretary

e Kay Ward, treasurer,
The Hummingbirds have In- Debbie Kilpatrick, long leader
Easter Specials vited their mothers to a tea Gail Allen.

Tuesday afternoon at the homeof They will meet Tuesday afternoon

their leader, Mrs H. R. In the home of Mrs.

Siggelko The girls will act as Rufus B. Ward and formu-

hostesse and after Introducing late plans for an outdoor activity

and serving their mothers which will fulfill a re-

3 cake and punch, they will entertain quirement In achieving their

them with Blue Bird Group Torch Bearer rank.

$229or HENRY M12ER music director RAYMOND DUDLEY guest pianist songs and gamea.Lowaza Mn. James B. Childs Is guar
SUITS Camp Fire Girls will dian. .
participate in National Wildlife

Tuesday Night Week when they meet All/ Saints'
DRESSES Tuesday In the home of member -

Christine Robinson. They To Have An
Florida Series will make birdhouses and
Symphony Closing place them In inviting neigh- Organ RecitalThe

I borhoods for the new tenants.

Lenten organ frecltal

$129' Of Lakeland Concert AssociationThe 8 at p.m.All ,Saints'continue with Robert EpiscopalChurch Sundays O. Par-at

TROUSERSSKIRTS rett at the console. '

3. Featured this Sunday will

closing concert In the Bolet, Richard Tucker, William of Henry Mazer had the Com- had done his Job well. He be early Italian music of the

winter series sponsored by the Primrose, Roberta Peters, munity Concert audience enthusiastically bears a striking resemblanceto period of Scarlatti. Mr. Par-

SWEATERS Lakeland Concert Associationwill George London, Cesare Slept applauding for Leonard Bernstein Musically rett glvei spoken commentaries

feature the Florida Sym and many others of like cal. more. The program was done Mazer It entirely on each number before ,
phony Orchestra of Orlando, ibre. with a great deal of charm sound." playing them, as program- ,
with Raymond Dudley, mem Critic Acclaim and with a truly musical High Praise Cultivated boredom notes for the audience. )

ber of the music faculty of Critics of the Palm Beach flourish." Mr. Dudley has been assohiated tends Its own garden. The public la invited with

Florida Southern College, as Post and Miami Herald have The New York Times In Musical with Florida Southern out charge. v .

guest pianist had high praise for the orchestra America critic, Harold for the past year. The highest I -

I OVERCOATS99c 1 Th concert will be a Joint the former reporting"A C. Schonberg, wrote "They praise has been heaped
0'' presentation of the Association thrilling evening of sym have been well trained by upon him by ail who have
and Florida Southern and will phonic musIc. The concert was Mazer, who has welded the heard him perform here. Irving

be presented at 8:13: p.m. greeted by thunderous applause group Into a close: .knit en Kolodln, music critic of
Tuesday at the Branscomb ," and the latter writ- semble. Mazer makes music the Saturday Review wrote jI&tQh5 1

Memorial Auditorium on the Ing "The Florida Symphony in quite an energetic fashion that "Dudley Is one of the best .
Florida Southern campus Orchestra under the direction As an orchestral trainer he
pianists of the younger generation .
Doors open at 7:30: p.m. ."

SLIPCOVERS { Henry Mazer, a protege of DATE BOOK He has appeared as soloist Is

Frill Reiner and a former associate with the New York Philhar-

of Pierre Monteux and monic and In Carnegie Hall PORTRAIT TIME '.
AND 39c the late Georges Enesco ii c QL $/> Jjo Wading and Town Hall recltall."Spellbound" .

music director of the orchestra
was the headline -
j DRAPERIES the only professional toDay, THVRBDAVLAKILANB In the London Sunday for theCHILDREN
a..MLlMIM aaR N. 0.01" LIONB CLUB It II:IIp
symphonic group In the state. OP wars BHRINB, OP JIRUBALIM m it Th. Cidrt Rw,t ura ntLAKILANO Times following his playing
Mr. Mazer has been guest con m.t.Hilton rehearsal It I p mIt ART OUILft, olip.lnt-'
till Muontg Ttmpll Plrtlclpintlri Ini with' I of Rachmaninoff Third Piano
game Ct;: TinrfownaiiuAleiLA1l5LAN0 I
ductor of such widely acclaimed to b. prnt 7301110 RICRIATION CLUBC Concerto with the BBC Sym
orchestras as the Chicago LAKILANB MONDAY ART GUILD. art ell'sn ., Motor CIMIPQI of Liktlind and phony Orchestra, Sir Malcolm
Buffalo and / oil l pilntuii airs m. md portrait train will mot it Tow Mldwir M
Pittsburgh, from 9 m to noon it idmlnlitritlon 110 a m. for soup s'o'ils Brlniiindwlrh Sargent conducting.
the National Symphony In bulldlni' Lid win Airport. lunch. noflM iurnlihnfCHOIR
CnarVi H Idr fl InstructorOPTIMIOT The publle I. Inrlt.d Coast< To Coast
Washington, D. C. CLUB OP .. .lLAND. UN''OUNT "NO "OT'OT'
e p m .{ Cn t "' OP BLKB LOOOI |M1. Mr. Dudley, a native of
Only 1'tof.lo".1I : Miaul BOOIAL CLUUinmw m. mml.M It I m. it Yalta Lod.. 101 Bowmanvlll, Ontario has distinguished .
Ml m. Muiohi lId''.., CrtllAMVITB *.
iZI The Florida Symphony *m- C....., CI-fl'uiTlNT'IPJ KIWANIB HIS himself la European
"mRRii O- AUXILIARY M, 'TIBortJM p m %\ Gold Cup Ilea "r.nt.IMHIIIAL I- .
ploy only professional musicians en dnWlet, .aaauur. eommltlce wll POLK LODOI l.fAAM and coait -COllt tours In '.N.I. "IP.I.M. -
of the highest calibre in made It I p m. mutlni It port / dnrMl 7 p m M mulw confer oommunitl"BTI'TCH'ANB the MuwrMwon America, as soloist under such .

order to maintain the finest LASaLANDeLODO1 ear PliAM. CMATTIR e LUBlov.rd famed conductor as Pierre
etatM .ommun'"on' Maeonle '
' CLEAnrnG standard of musicianship within Tempts Tropical chaplet Order ot dnh dtnnr-r it horn of Mn Monteux, Sir Ernest MacMilIan I
DRY I. DeMolar. "III/ prevent the InltllUrrUNNILANO Arthur Miller, Ml [,aka OiUII B Ro.4. aOaLA
most 'in the orchestra, according to tlearcc 10.11.. lwdee m.m..Mrs rim Culll. Walter Susskind, Zubln
the '641 the director. Under Mr Maz 1AfT NOOLI RIPIKAM GRAND' LODOI CLUO.4,. PRIDAYit Mehta, Franco Autorl and
er's direction k* season has rov rMl dlih .uV tea it I JO p m a1b.ott. LOYAL 05055 05 50015' e 50. others.
M.inolli lulldini, Clvle Cen l.r r
Moore Lodes Cut loki rukVlWANII
been extended from 12 to Its Brlni kbit aenir. and Besides his concertizing he
; It weeks duo, to >hirirhrdulrd .. CLUB U IS !m. BlUorrlmn was residence and
present U I. ARMY IIuu"a a
I Catel.na tJn
Grove Park Shopping Center Among the artist appearing drllli. d ajOUl Trim CoITrrm LAHILAND ART OUILD. .ll pllnt- professor piano at the University -I
l rl Jllrd Mil I PolIM Dot Ini elwi, 130 m. Mrs, Wlnllr.dBrm LAKELAND
with the Florida Symphony Orchestra ten it Itnnvi Cenl 17rerm' ahor. .lmr ind Tom Wllion. Initruc- of Indiana prior to I
U.S. 98 South Phone 682-9285 Pit 7J..fTrans Co Ivcl It ton: p.lnlni' and driwlni ,. lor
Hwy. have been such greatsas .. r.nurUKILANBTB"oai 1.1"I I mMiionw his tenure in Lakeland with
Eileen Farrell, Arthur Rub- tANllANOvOOMMANDRY : Florida Southern College. I
CLUB t ID Full
Tempi it 7 :30 p
instein, Isaac Stern, Van Cli- p m it Utrlind' Wo nin a ( I bLAKILANO ,orm oponln. Admittance I* by membership I S. Fla. MU 2-6938:
'm'" i| burn, Jerome, _Hines_Jorge_ T pm. ., M.rouitl MntiuLAKILANB CIATION COU NTRVCLV rnulir*Mv.nd.fTATIAf.O due d'n0.i card only. I
lent Anson. In..d mar loin' n.r .1d It cloth -- -
ART CLUB Vliw Or i'riif
proirim :
aAmlol.tII t
I or elm it I 30 i m it b> puplli 10 .
.,. bulldlni. Uidwlck Airport will nt commliilonrr Aldln. CombM willeerrUe.
Mn Naomi PriMr lnitrut LAN[ IXCHANal
S10 pm it the CidH Rnliurlnt, BATUROAYLAKILANB
See them/ LAKILANO. C.ROTARY<. CLUB, It ISUl"A'R ART sails prlmirr '
of. llill'RVIl"uNITSlrh.iul
;- oil .
IY and assts art fie Daaa. watef WcB
I !" drllli Co O 311UI MP solos, add 01 a I 30 i m Mn'
Fin: Drl 7 11th BP OP (Abnl 3I usIDPMI Wlnllr.d Brlh.lmrr and Tom Wl|.
I Urd D. IBBKI Itllit MM .on. Initrtieton. Adult pilntlnl' 01... e.cw.l
I IHORTHANO all I at 0ccrre CLINIC,.7"3"to 5 nepm. from: .3. :lparaael0r:::"oIr'at. :'sillsMcns. wlak

,\ 's'VSJ.OES I ..:. WI.1akl.nd., ,pof.orcd u.loO.' b, Lak.la.i..utuon .1'TMIOIOFMICAL too"TY. 30pir.
gh.pwr, Mllonil ar.tirlu AuottOLBBN ... M M21 w.ser Bt Thoii In.torntrd .
mir itt ni mMtmi aid
.j I A0)f OLUB, eovirid dllhlunchMn UK I'ndlni flbnriOP Mr. John Schloparelll B t and
S it oudn.p m I In bM.mnt.MMIOIII fI M N erl.lw. OCDUS. mar .
Clvle' CnMc. waive BHRINI OP _JI"UIAMuonu r ,
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Downtown Lakeland HW K* i"Mni it ..... ...e
i I I: arm: It horn, ol Mri MiriirilHim. LAKELAND GENERAL r7"
nibinn, Oillowir RpidRIBaB HOSPITAL
I blifm.nl of Munolti llldlni' Clvlo Mr and Mrs Gail B. Nelms,
I "r All itimp eollirlort, inxxis -
1 /, \ I u.f.., tarsi cr. vlellor.suited., 403 W. Magnolia, son, March

1 n1'l LA..IUNO ?CLU., III..". 19. ..
: It the Mki CC) it 12 II P...
LAKILANBTART CLUB. oil p.lo Mr. and Mrs William A.
CirUr.Ins era..initruehir It I 10: oil im ga. Mr. Marc Jeffries, 2705 Martha, ion,
MIN Corn.Ui Mrairi it a'n'a"mitlll ,, March 1)
I otom. 1 llli and. portriil saw, oil' MintIni -
from 1 to 10 pm. uutrtieuir UChlrlfi Dr. and Mrs. John Stanton,
Holdir; po runt InitrueUonwith
Murrir ooldiborouih' T 30-9 30 Route 1, eon March It
pm ill it idmlnliuitloB. bulldln./ ,
Mr. and Mrs. Charles
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325 E. Crawford,
O. WKITS 1..1000' O/ 'UUIA.LlM. Chapman. s e e a s a s a a s
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1 Easter Plant Care Is LAKELAND LEDGER Sunday March 2Z. IH4 SCAt

Minimal, But Important Lake landers Cling To Old Favorites Cope Coral

WASHINGTON Easter tulips, daffodils Florida Women To Design I
sunny showy When
Plant Flowers
enjoyable should home be decorations attractive, ditional clusters of and hydrangeas regal Easter, tra At EastertimeBy Ideal 'Woman-made' HomeCAPE

for lilies, delicate hyacinths, andprofuse
many day. NANCY BROWERWomen' "Years all
ago selecting flowers that
corsage will Print frocks of
azaleas nosegay
can do much Staff WriterLakelanders' CORAL A elect The nationwide 1*
Actually, flowering plants to perk "shut were pretty much alike and complement an ensemble: stephanotis and lily of the valley program
up a -in" at this held
panel of 40 will once a year In each state.
Invariably worn the left women pool
at this time of the time of the year Easter flora on Simple, tailored fashion 0 <
doubly expressive., year Their art The care needed by flowering preference have changed a* shoulder Now they are designed grouping of carnation or Neutral colors miniature their Idea to design the Ideal
happy little the to complement a cer gardenia roses or rosy camellias "woman.made" Florida home
brilliance and shining plant to maintain over year a* the e
glory are a perfect symbol perfect loveliness for their day traditional hard-boiled Easter suit tain and detail shaped on the dress or Rough textured, tweedy fabrics Dark colors cymbldlum when the annual McCall's"Congress ,,it h + of tSig1
to fit that
rubrum lilies orchids '
of or
Easter With proper care, Isn't difficult, adds SAP but egg, local florist report. area," he said bidlunworchlds. cym- on Better Housing" I'
they can remain indoor for It definitely determines their Mow at In past years, the When wearing corsages, tlfjl
Looks Best convenes at this Gulf Coast
Fur-cattleya orchids flower stems should .
some time as a much-desired life span. serene Easter lily, symbol of point
reminder of the coming of the Resurrection is outselling The Society of American Nubby textures gardenia down and the blooms up, lay community next Thursday.
are a few rules which Florists offer these rule for with
stephanotis florists.
spring. apply to almost all Easter all other potted plant Nextin Following the all-day Idea

Just one lovely flowering plants They should be kept popularity among potted I j session, to Include everythingfrom
plant provides a fresh and away from drafts and not Easter plant are gloxinias, room arrangement, col.

bright accent note to a room. placed close to radiators. hydrangeas and chrysanthemums ( P or schemes and Interior design -
A collection of flowering They like a lot of light but florist report. .4 r
architects will draw
For milady' Easter corsage up
Plants massed not direct
together, converts tunlight. A relatively !
which ihe usually receives ore plan on these precise recommendations
a corner Into a veritable cool spot Is good for ,
a* a gift but may quite and a builder will
spring garden to be enjoyed them as are the same air ,
despite outdoor wind and humidity that are heal properly order for herself, then launch construction of the
and rain. thy for a human being. orchids and carnation are house at Cape Coral.Sponsored .
the most popular choices for by McCall't
Serve Third Purpose Need Frequent Watering the simple reason that they Magazine and patterned after

This year, notes the Society Of prime Importance, say are the most lasting of corsage Its highly successful National
ofAmerican Florists the Society, la the fact that blossoms. Adding to the Congress on Better Living, the I LOWySunxll
beautiful flowering plants these plant need plenty of popularity of carnations is program will be under the direction
can serve a third purpose water. Hydrangeas for example their affinity for tints to match of Mrs. Mary Davis
once March 30, the day after are exceedingly thirstyand the wearer' Eastern ensem Gillies, McCall's senior editor. Orgo.n,
Easter, I 11 National ble, a Lakeland florist ex Delegates,
Shut-In may require water twicea numbering president
plained. YM shy ptenlns" MMta dead
Day. The glowing colors, offades ... day. of the Florida Federation to..ers a1Ml a.etnign,
Azalea should be watered Roses Fragile of Women' Club and ..IIIIdnII,wvtte-anyees sea PI.P
every day. They also profit Mrs. J. H. Brown of Brown's women' editors of large newspapers data -\'.n MWLo ass
from a real dunking when the Little Floral Shop, who has will meet at the Cape _,..end ae Mar Ie_'
spent 20 Easter in the flower Coral Tin llwM krlnsi roui Laasay'etwew
blooms seem soft. Just Immerse Yacht and Racquet Club. "11M vets.-pus
the whole pot in water business, says that rose corsage According to Mrs. Gillies, ...ft inciting and nchwh Wteefc,
deep enough so it covers the are not popular for this the McCall Congress on Better .
r top soil. When soil I II really holiday because the weatheris Housing Is the best method 1---n>.IL..i..ll_r..w.a.s..a.
er likely to be warm and roses devised for builders ____t "
wet remove the pot from yet to __.
the water and let it drain. fade quickly In warm weather. find out In advance what women ..-..........--
Easter lily plants also I "A rose corsage, though lovely want In a house. '.:::.: ::::..=-:
Is usually not practical" ...--
should be
kept amply moist.
she added.
When i
a lily trumpet finally
Tiny sweetheart which
away age spots I fades, SAF suggests snipping tend to be more lasting roves than e'' !av stretch your evening CANNON .

' wod.iu --71' tnaa If........ II it off with shears so the tea roses are often used In the r" wardrobe, buy a long evening
remaining buds will receive MUSIC CO.
'ho",_1oIurI0 e..east.pr-.a. Easter
....,... D ..... ..d, ._ adequate nourishment and corsages created by skirt printed silk and select
...,...._._htl--. come into full bloom. A the Mist Alex Bradley of Bradley several tops In various shades 101 S. .... Are.Ukil .
...._ ,_ Flower also 4Opm
.udd'- e. sew reels. Shop, a long-time
Ail .*_ .l clam-to..J .olottai (.... buds open, remove the yellow Lakeland florist to pick up the color In the Prl.
bf *.. arn.nsa.. ...... .* lot mar.Ml stamens so the pollen print. NlNt Til t
Koneta Clayton of Ron-
ear l> *nr M.ODD a.m..o..a.trd
tau. OM HIM MwliMl u will not discolor the waxen eta Clayton, Florist, named as I
purity of the beautiful flower I
: the most popular corsage flowers Lakeland Of
petals. City
for Easter
paraders, carnations
\ Chrysanthemum Thirsty mostly white sweetheart ,
and orchids
Potted chrysanthemums roses /

dry out very quickly. It Is that order. Miss Florida Southern College of 1964 Is Miss Susan Eddy of
'IsO The volume of flower
iNraoOUCroar' important to check daily to Easter Is second salesat Naples. The blonde beauty plans to be a teacher and Is interning now '
a WilKS wrrty see if they need watering.This that of Mother' only local to at Southwest Elementary School. At FSC, she Is a member of Alpha
1* also true of the flow. Day. Chi Omega sorority, a cheerleader ROTC coed \
varsity and
florist agree. At all seasonsof sponsor,
ultra nadinola"lot ering bulb plant, such as the affiliated with Student Florida Education Association and Beta Beta iAI
year men buy more I
tkln ditcolontlont daffodils and hyacinths, which flower than women, most Beta, national biological science fraternity. Susan is the 22-year-old iAi
need water often. florist reported. daughter of Mr and Mrs. William S. Eddy of Naples.
With this minimum amountof
Traditional Flowers i
care flowering plants are Costly
excellent at almost any time, The fragile spring flowers so .
adds SAF, and can easily become symbolic of Easter tulips, ,.
I a regular decorative Jonquils, narcissus, lily of the FABERGE MADE THEM !
feature of homes and offices. valley, hyacinths and violets
--- _. must be shipped in from
Gold And Platinum i
the North at great expense Imagine
WHY SETTLE FOR LESS THAN and do not last long enough In

Cabin Crafts budget-minded this land climate florists to report.buyer appeal to Lake the Easter Eggs Full Of f Jewelsof PRETTY

But every once in a while,
; New DuPont a romantic young man who NEW YORK Diamond. throughout the world In various beauty for the sake el atol low the fendlul
". has promised his sweetheart studded Easter eggs may collections.Two 0 beauty. It came to a .battering T-.trap e4da fOf apstng flue.
I the moon will attempt to order sound like Images out ot a of them *re Included end In 1917 when the Communists tlmelany tI ,.that cats
501 Nylon a corsage or nosegay of dream but Cart Fabergewas In collection of Faberge'sworks took over the private t.How plae: 01 footwork.aw ..
a craftsman who could fa.'pntgr .
Violets for her. now on exhibition at business houses In Russia.
He make dreams come true, the Metropolitan Museum In
t Carpet aoon find out that violets Exiled from his country
are almost a* fragile and "in Tsarist Russia, Easterwas New York. One of these is the his Jlf,', work, Faberge died $7.99'r.
'j" elualv a* moonbeams. Florists one of the most joyously fabulous Chanticleer Egg, In Switzerland in 1920. But he
say they are obtainable celebrated occasions of the which rest on a golden base left a heritage of enchantment .w.r_
-from the North at considerable year and people usually exchanged and Is enameled In deep blue in such treasures a* a '
$595 cost Since none of the presents. The first The metal beneath the enamel diamond wan floating on a
', flower preservative work well Imperial Easter Egg was was treated so that the surface lake of aquamarine, a Jade
on violet, the young man usually made when Tsar Alexander resembles. blue watered. frog with 1 diamond eye '
has to be talked out of III asked Faberge to create satin. A pearl-rimmed clock crouched under a bridge of
ordering fragile flowers. an extra-special Easter surprise Is set In the side. On the hour, gold, and the Imperial Egg
His second choice Is likelyto for Tsarina Marle-Feo- a frail golden grille rises a* colorful and bright a* an I KENTUCKY"
-I i be long-stemmed red roses, dorovna. from the egg' top and Chanticleer Easter lunrlse. 5 ,

C which the more practical Not letting even the Tsar pops up crowing and i Ii
swain would have ordered In know what he was designing, flapping his diamond wings
the first place say florist Faberge worked for months, Having called attention to
Call for Free Estimate Bob Parrett, designer for on the gift. On Easter, the the time the natty diamond-
G8G-U93 William' Floral Shop, says Tsarina received an egg witha studded rooster settles back
down into the and the
he orderson egg
get more simple exterior of platinum
COLLECT CALLS ACCEPTED PROM St. Valentine' Day than at banded around the middle In grille closes.
NEARBY COMMUNITIES gold For something so long Museum Egg

Ellis Bros. Inc. 3240 $. Florida Ave. Easter.New Cersage Styles in the making, It appeared to The beautiful Spring Flow.
ers Egg 1 I. also at the Metro I
According to Mr. Parrett, the Tsar almost as disappointingly @ Wi1
this year's trend in Easter plain a* an ordinary politan Museum. This ell its .. %
corsage I* to create them to hen's egg, and It was scarcely translucent red surface richly ,
embellished with scrolls of I
4 enhance a specific costume any larger.
detail. Generally these 1964 What' more when the Tsarina gold, rises from a diamond-
corsage will be smaller opened It, she found studded base A red gold
d shapelier and less ribbon be what anyone would expect to band, set with diamonds glitters .
decked. find Inside an egg a yolk. all around the oval.
"A corsage to complementa This one was of yellow enamel. When two diamond guards are Heralding a new season 11 J;

daytime street outfit such But beneath the yolk was pressed, the egg flip open to these light and bright-OS- t
I reveal the surprise breathtaking
h ** Is worn for Easter must be a surprise: a small golden
A considerably different from hen, superb In detail, which In bouquet of opalescent spring fashions designed to !r 1j r
r lTi flowers, the petals' carved tfi
i one to be worn at a dance, turn opened to reveal an ex
Mr. Parrett said. quisite diamond pendant In from milky chalcedony and greet Easter Sunday in a t
---I 1 the form of a crown. Further. the centers of green olivine. j

more the circlet at the base A pierced platinum basket,. lovely and joyful manner. ,'
set with a profusion of diamonds
of the crown could be re
CLEARANCEOf moved and worn a* a ring. holds the flowers. For your approval, we pre ,t
The entire band of the ring Carl Faberge, whose Huguenot
glimmered with diamonds that parents had fled France, sent our exciting collectionof i : i
burst Into a diamond-petaled was born In St. Petersburg In i
Exquisit* Authentic Fcnton flower with an emerald center 1844. When he was 24, he took the latest suits, dresses, f a
over the family jewelry business
HANDMADE ART GLASS Tsar Ordered More putting a new emphasison coats, millinery and accessories

GLASSWARESILVER @ The Tsarina was so delighted craftsmanship and Imagi of the lightheartedseason
with her Easter egg that nation. He developed new

her husband requested a new ways of working with enamels all certain to pleasethe
one every year. The next metals and gems, and his ,

i Tsar, Nicholas II, commissioned reputation for originality and passing Parade. ,See the
two every Easter excellence spread throughout

REDUCED VfTO one for his mother and one Europe. In time he became new look Spring will be wear
for his wife Ultimately, Faberge court jeweler to the Tsar and
created more than four could count the royalty of ing for Easter. .
dozen Imperial Easter Eggs, many other countries among
You'll Hare each with a diamond-studded his customer as well. AWE
To See The surprise Inside. Today, the Faberge' world was one of I

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To Believe
In this '
exclusively area: :
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I-C LAKELAND LEDGER. Sunday, March B. 1MIr
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'I Arthur Mr. and Haas,Mr 7W. S.Raymond Wilton I II l

Ave., have announced the ensagement It II I
\ of their daughter, i I
J I Judith Lovan, to Michael David 1 1f I
Cloyd, ton of Mr. and Mrs.
Dallas F. Cloyd (36 Galvin

The couple will exchange
.. vowi on June 20 at Westmln-
iter Presbyterian Church.

Mist Haai moved to Lake
land from Detroit, and was a
1959 honor graduate of Lake
land High School where the
a4 was active in the band and a
.. member of the Anchor Club.
The bride-elect was 1963 Valedictorian
of Florida Southern
College where she received a
B.S. degree in elementary edu
At Florida Southern, Mist
Haai was elected to Whq't
also IS a member of Westminster
Who in American Colleges and
Church.Mr. .
Universities. She was a memo
ber of Cap and Gown, wornen't Cloyd Is from Terre
honorary; Kappa Delta Haute, Ind. He was a 1960
PI, education honorary; con graduate of Lakeland High
cert and tight.reading bands School where he also was
and Student Florida Education active in the band and was a
Association. She served at member of the Wheel Club.
president of the Southernettes The prospective bridegroom
independent women's organization attended St. Petersburg Junior
was chosen Junior Scholar College and the University of
bWj a. of 196I42 and was recipient Florida In Gainesville.A .
) of A Florida State Teachers Junior at Florida Southern
scholarship.Band. College, Mr Cloyd is a member
Member of ROTC band, concert
band, sight-reading band and "
Mist Haas Is teaching fourth Industrial Arts Club. He Is a
ft2iUQLdTh'L a trade at John Cox Elementary recipient of Florida Southern
School and Is a member of the College's work scholarship and
National Education Association is majoring In industrial arts.
Florida Education Association Mr. Cloyd Is a member of the
Classroom Teachers' Evangelical United Brethren
''i IT1IB
l Association and Polk County Church and Is an airman in
c Educators' Association. SheII the Naval Aviation Reserve.

ra.dJk ( I I I II"Patchin-Snover I

The engagement of Miss
: K4 Susan Catherine Patchin to I

Kurt A. Snover, ton of Dr.
and Mrs. James E. Snover

of Tallahassee, has been announced

by her parents, Mr.
and Mrs. Glenn J, Patchin, Y ittJ90
542 Susan Drive

The marriage will be solemnized
at St. Joseph's Catholic
; Church at 1 p.m. on
June 13.Miss .
Patchin Is a native of
Wisconsin. She was graduated
In 1960 from Lakeland 1
Senior High School where
NEW Sarong allstretch bra! she participated In many
school activities. In December
FROM DuPONT 1963 the was graduated
firsf major cum laude from Florida State
I(. Stand with arms In diagonal tins slowly turn In circular motion University, Tallahassee,

hosiery advance in 25 like windmill .r. ,' NEW Sarong bra moves with you as on* unit for where she was president of MISS SUSAN PATCMN
years Omicron Nu, a member of
complete, natural freedom. Exclusive Criss-Cross action cups move Phi Kappa Phi Kappa Delta [
PI, Alpha Lambda Delta and State University In April asa ..
seamless sheers separately, you move naturally, with natural comfort, natural support Sophomore Council. She 'Is physics and mathematics
major. He is a member of
i elastic sides and back adjust to every movement. Light, airy nomics currently at teaching Everitt home Junior eco- Phi Beta Kappa, Phi Kappa

Spandex keeps you cool, dainty nylon cups, white; A 32-36, B and C High School in Panama City. Pi Phi Pi Mu and Epsllon. Sigma .
VanRaalte Sigma Phi Eta Sigma.
by 32-40 5.95. Mr. Snover, a native of He has recently been awarded
t New York is a graduate of a fellowship for graduate I
Leon High School, and will study by the Atomic Energy ,
Mats' Fashion Foundations be graduated from Florida Commission.

.. II MerchantDiliingerBARTOW

What Is Cantrece ". How Is hal been made- Announcement of the en- r

different? Cantrece Is a unique ih ihit gagement Lynn Merchant of Miss to Daniel Nancy .

kind of nylon Bruce Dillinger son of Mr. 4t
yarn. revolutionaryIn and Mrs. Stanley G. Dlllln-

that It has a complete new look, ger of Route 3, Lakeland, by
her grandparents. Mr. and
p"'r new feel and gives unfailing fit Ko '"0EE Mrs.Drive.A Vear. Brindle, 720 Azalea -

regardless of leg contour, length or Y planned.A June. wedding Is being

site luxury stretch hosiery.It native of Fort Wayne, t A?
Ind. Miss Merchant movedto
has unbelievable richness, giving the L.. Florida In 1959. She Is a
J1 senior at Lakeland High
natural matte look required by fop' School where aha Is a memo q Yl
ber of the DCT Club and ad-
:' fashion no sheen no vanced chorus. The bride-
t41 elect Is employed at Florida
shadow! Cantrece gives wear y Crippled Children's Commission -

that outlasts your regular nylons. In in Lakeland as a secre-

exhaustive tests, women have rated tary.Mr.. Dillinger Is a native MISS LYNN MERCHANT
of TltusvIIle, Pa., and was
Cantrece number one! We're graduated from Lakeland nlcal Institute. The prospective
High School In 1961. He attended bridegroom Is employedby
fortunate to be able to offer them In Southern Technical Institute Quill i Ian International
a In Marietta, Oa., ands Truck and Tractor Co., Inc.,
Encore, Drama, and Stardust; everything's coming up Pink Tulips! a student at Tampa Tech- in Lakeland.StricklandZimmerman.

8'/2-10 short, 8V2.11 l medium

4 9'/2-ll J long J 1.65. Helena Rubinstein's Joyous New Tulip Fragrance, II(

Fashion Hosiery, Pink Tulip Fashlen Stick and Pink Tulip Compoctl

Linda Kay Strickland to Rob-
Helena Rubinstein puts spring In the pink! New Tulip Fragrance cap ert C. Zimmerman Jr. has

tures springtime In Its light, lingering scent. In packages abloom been announced by her parents

'" :" .\I :'\',:; : with tulips! Eau de Parfum. ,.2.50., Eau de Parfum Mist 3.00, Mr. and Mrs. Daniel L.
Strickland 602 Parkview
d ; ', Perfume Spray 2.50, Dusting Powder. 3.50. Place. Mr. Zimmerman is

the son of Mr. and Mrs. Rob-
0; And tulip flowers too, on the new Pink Tulip Fashion Stick. Long, slim ert C. Zimmerman 3115
V lipstick and lipliner In one. Shope-control tip gives a perfect outline Carleton Circle, W
t every time. 8 spring-kissed shades 1.50. Refill 1.00. The couple will exchangevows
on May 2 at St. Jo-
seph's Catholic Church.
Matching Pink Tulip Compact holds Silk Fashion. the dimensional Miss Strickland .la a graduate dr

make-up that brings your prettiest features Into focus. Long lasting, of Lakeland High School
where she was art editor of
tl":., natural looking. 8 complexion-true shades 1.50. the school magazine, Tam
... Mol", O'Shanter She is a secretary -
r r -' : .i\.I 0 piui Fl. tn
w'i"\ : \4. .
y ,, at Flamingo Fence Company -
.. in St. Petersburg ands
Mats' Cosmetics taking art courses at St. "
.i Petersburg Junior College. >

.it.ii A graduate of Lakeland MISS LINDA STRICKLANDKey
\ High School, Mr. Zimmerman
was on the business Club. He" attending
staff of the Tam
O'Shanterand St.
Petersburg Junior Col
was a member oJ the lege.


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LAKELAND LEDGER. Sunday, March 22. 1164 70Cri

EveringhamBauerleA II REBUILD r ftlATTRESSS

June wedding Is plannedby lor High School where We con remoke your old

Miss Mary Ann Evering- was a member of the Ihe'' mottrea and box: spring

ham of Miami and Charles tional Honor Society, to be 01 good 01 new ot e

Bauerlo Jr of Plant City, Club, L'Allegro music honorary fraction of the original

formerly of Lakeland. Parent Tip Toppers the orchestra ( price
of the affianced couple and Band of Distinction '
are Mr. and Mrs. Blake Nor She was graduated from FSUIn "" i'F'
wood Everlngham of Miami 1963. At the university she F r Madre Any SiitlWt

and Mr. and Mrs Charles took part In band activities Sell New ream Rubber.
Bauerle of Plant and member of the Tau
y City. was a l.ddini k} FIRUTONI enJ
The wedding will take place Beta Sigma music honorary. WYNN REST R.ddlni loads Invr

v June 13 at Plymouth Congregational Lug Graduate aura factory a

iI iI I i Bride-Church Eleet I*In Teacher Miami. Mr. Bauerle from Lakeland Jr was graduated : AT FREE DOORWYNN PARKING SAVINGS UP TO 50%
I The bride-elect is a teacherIn
School In 1954. He was a
Dade County public
member of the Classical Club
schools. Mr. Bauerle Jr. Is
and Lakeland High School MATTRESS
employed as a factory repre.sentstive
Band. In 1963, he was graduated
of Republic Gear
from FSU, where he & UPHOLSTERING CO.
Company of St. Clair Shores,
had been affiliated with university
Mich. The couple met at Florida
State University, Tallahassee
where both were In He h a completed four .;..!". EASY TERMS .:.:))
the percussion section of the year active duty with the 1427 New Auburndole Hwy. Ph. MU 3-4932 IaIZI

FSU marching band. United States Navy. ----- - -
L iI] Miss Everingham Is a 1960

graduate of Coral Gables Sen. I I .I

EASTER BUNNY COMES EARLY to Lakeland General Hospital and member of Carlton

Palmore Girl Scout Troop 234 are helping him with his basket deliveries. Shown presenting Woman's Club

the Easter baskets they have made to Mrs Wilma Fowler director of nursing services, are,

from left. Sheryl Fike daughter of Mr. and Mr*. William Flke; Anne Brltow daughter of Mr. Elects Heads a .4

and Mrs. R. L. Brltow; Peggy Barnes daughter of Mn. and Mrs. Bruce E. Barnes; and

Donna Wood daughter of Mr. and Mr*. Vernon Wood. The basket are to be given to chile DAVENPORT The Day- ;; iWo ,

dren In the pediatrics ward on Easter Sunday. (Ledger photo by Hughes) enport Woman's Club accepted

without change the

Turkey For Easter? It's report committee of, composed the nominating of Mrs.

, E. 0. Rledeman, chairman,

Mrs Irene Duncan, Mrs. J.

I' Festive And Fashionable Weeks C. Fountain and Mrs.Mrs. George James

Kopf at Its recent meeting

Turkey Is festive fashion- one continuous cooking per When turkey I Ia two-thirds Officers elected to serve for

able and fitting for springtime done, cut cord or band of two years were Mrs. S. B.

meals. Whether you're iod.Low temperature assure akin at drumsticks. Place a Johnson, president; Mrs. Willie

planning a family get-together better flavor and appearance loose covering of aluminumfoil Ball and Mrs Mary Deters M"I

for the Easter holiday less shrinkage and less loss over the turkey to prevent vice-presidents; Mrs. iw
Hans M. Brue I' 4C
corresponding I t
!I weekend, or entertaining on of juices. excessive browning. /
a grand scale turkey will pro Continue roasting until done. secretary; Mrs George New. N r 1 r \
A hallow, allow e
open pan ton, and
recording secretary;
vide a tasty nutritious main To teat doneness, a roast
the heat to circulate Mrs. William Walmsley
dish that' to meat thermometer placed In
easy prepare
around the bird, roasting It treasurer.
attractive to serve. the center of the Inside thigh
evenly. A rack at least % Mrs. Bruce B. Ingram
Our springtime buffet feature inch high raises the bird off muscle or the thickest part president, presided.
of the breast muscle should
liberal slices of both the bottom of the pan, keep- Dinner In April
white and dark meat of a Ing It out of the juices register approximately 185'F. The club voted to have the
If Is
stuffing used it should
roast turkey. The meat 1 II arranged For best results follow Installation dinner 20
April ,
16$ ? the
register at
on a large tray. At these simple' steps: the time and place to be arranged
time. Turkey is done when
each end. Individual fruit
Preheat Oven i
by the committee In k1
thickest of drumstick
part i.
cocktail salad molds '
are arranged Preheat oven to 320 F charge.
feels soft when pressed
amid a garnish of (slow). Rinse bird with cold between very The president reported that
protected fingers.
lettuce leaves. Salad dress and
water drain pat dry. several members assisted
ing I* in the ceramic turkey Rub cavity of bird lightly with the survey made by the

which stands watch over the with salt, if desired. Do not Spring '64 Polk County Health Department

big tray. salt If stuffed. Fill wishbonearea TB Chest X-Ray Units.

Roast Day Before (neck) with stuffing If Is Haf-ful Mrs. Walmsley said that ..\
We suggest roasting your used. Fasten neck skin to her committee Is now working

turkey the day before Easter. back with skewer. Fill cavity on the cancer drive.
while preparing the gelatin lightly if stuffing I II used. Of FashionNEW Mrs Brue program chairman
mold Homemade muffin Push drumstick under bandof in Introducing Mrs. Sadie

can be made then, too, needIng skin at tail, it present, or YORK-NEA Zentmyer said "Tonight sale your favorite the great white
only reheating before the tie them to taiL ) -Play Is a fitting climax to the com way
Euter buffet. An entire Place turkey on rack In the word association game mittee's programs during the summer !
with and cover-up
a gal nine times out
meal Saturdaywill shallow roasting pan breast past two years stressing our
prepared on
of 10 the answer to "spring"will Now tt'i the dazzling white hot that turns
give you time to enjoy side up. Brush skin with fat. be "hat." home town and using local on

the Easter festivities, too.You'll If a roast meat thermometeris Somehow even the woman talent local businessmen and 7.99 all\ the magic lights of fashion tee the
to be used Insert It so that women at each meetln,."
need a large bird If who goes hatless through fie electrifying performance of Moos Brothers'Chanel
the bulb I I. in the center of Oldest Member
you want plenty of attractive cold winter feels the to I
slices for a buffet Or roast the Inside thigh muscle or don a chapeau In springtime.This Mrs. Zentmyer, a charter mannered Jackets and luxurious clossle White Dazzlers straws and flowers to costar -' '
the thickest part of the member of the club and the
two birds of about 12 pound seison's hat ar n'tJu.t brilliantly with Easter ensemble .
to and your
breast meat. Be sure that oldest active member gave cardigans complete your costume pro
in weight, as the supply of bits of fluff attached to
the bulb does not touch bone. several readings, the one and In cool you're sure to find the hat to win rove
I. this size) bird make them a the hair. There Is a wonder. tect you on chilly evenings air you
,. most attractive buy this sea- To Test ful variety of uncluttered hat most appreciated and enjoyed reviews
conditioned places! Shown Chanel mannered
. Place In preheated oven. with being "A Tribute to Dav : ,
ion. Allow at least l'/i generous crown and
If desired baste or brush occasionally brims enport." Mrs. Zentmyer will looped mohair/wool in white bone light blue
pound, ready-to-cook weight, swooping to add spire ,
with pan drippings observe her 92nd birthday anniversary Top: Souffle Straw, scattered flowers 12.95
slender little shifts fitted
to ,
per person to have extra lilac and
pink. yellow tangerine pistachio
especially any dry areas. on March 23.
r meat for later meals. suit jacket and cropped coat Bottom: Textured Straw 12.95
Slices and small pieces can so new for spring. During the social hour refreshment 36-42, formerly 11.93: sole 7.99.
Rebekah Important In the spring were served by
be wrapped in foil or saran Lodge
Mrs. Mary Deters and Mrs.
line-up of fashionable silhouette
and frozen in meal.ized
amounts for casseroles turkey 'Games Night's I II the hat with a large Dewey Chumney. The servIng Mas Sportswear Maas' Millinery Salon
brim that roll and table was centered with
pie, salads or sand up away
wiches. Scheduled from the face. Crown fit fruit and clusters of orange

comfortably on the head and blossom
Elnora Rebekah Lodge No. brim have a windblown lift
Cold Sliced Turkey Platter to offset soft bang
4 will have a "games night"social
Fruit Gelatin Molds The downward brim will
tomorrow from 8 to 10
Salad Dressing p.m. at First Federal community also be a favorite In a new .1 L
Crisp Assorted Relishes room Grove Park. bellshaped version of the popular .
Hot Corn Muffins
cloche. vii1
Those attending are to bring
Easter Ice Cream Molds their own playing cards. The sugar-scoop brim dip
Coffee Tea In front and arched
ping deep :
Mr*. Louise Welch .vice
Roasting The Turkey high in back will be another .4
grand has announced that a
Turkeys of any size may of has been spring eyecatcher.The : .
be roasted. Correct roasting program games turban I 11 till with us,
bake tale will be
I II slow cooking by dry heat planned. served. but with a difference. This O@
on a rack in an open pan. It held and refreshment time around, It is twisted and
require no water no bast. Further Information may twined within itself rather
ing no cover and no searing. had by contacting Mrs. Welch, than merely wrapped around:

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just a special occasion should feature turkey. Arrangethe OF UXEUND, INC. YOUR KEY TO SUMMER FASHION A MAAS BROTHERS' CHARGE ACCOUNT!
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Sunday, March 22,_UI4. I

,. Are

i ReplantableLEXINGTON
,,I) Ky l* } 1 1 1.t

When little Johnny comes
home with a front tooth In his

r hand Instead of his mouth .

don't fret. Head for the den r

tist' office on the run

And don't forget to take the

tooth with you. It can be put
back where It belongs ]

1t I Dr. John R. Mink of the K

University of Kentucky Schoolof

prwl w ..a LV Dentistry says permanent

teeth can be replaced, if they

are treated. quickly enough,
and are likely to last six
tl months to six years
Grew Back
There have been a numberof

NEW YORK. ---j ." ,_ 'II cases Dr. Mink says,
where parent just push a
Is the design source for this loose tooth back Into place

contemporary spinet by Winter. I HAINES CITY GIRL WINS POSTER CONTEST-Eleven year-oid Patti Lyle of Maine City, and It grows back onto the

I a sixth grade student at Central Elementary School, won first place In the 4th, Sth and 6th bond that holds it .in the jaw. '
Note how the leg fluting repeated
BAKING Polk Youth Fair baking honor taken by girl In Lakeland -
CHAMPS-Top County
the Peninsular Motor Cub "The
grade division of a poster contest sponsored by of the AmericanAutomobile trouble when a tooth
on the front panel.One of I Association of Tampa in the 46 counties it serves. Pictured with Patti are, fromleft I I. knocked out usually Is that and Kathleen schools went to Sharon Louise de Malignon, left, year-old Lakeland

many exciting styles In the popu her mother, Mrs R, T Lyle, Harry E Brown: of Lakeland, branch manager of AAA, who parent forget to bring the Junior High student for her braided yeast bread, and Kathy MOIl, 13-year-old Lakeland

lar priced, new Internationals presented Patti a $23 check, and Patti' teacher, Mr*. Bernice Barber. tooth with them when they Senior High School student for her Lane Cake. Sharon'i bread was pronounced "best of show"
come to the dentist," he says. and Kathy'i cake won a trl-color ribbon in the cakes division. (Ledger photo by Perkins)
series. Style w r x r a w BELT WITH BAG "Even If It'l dirty, we can

I clean It up and have a good
BLOOMINGTON 111.s'/ LHS Of 1939 chance of replanting It."

CANNONMUSIC Men may laugh at the big, Looks Fin yt
heavy purses women carry but Dr. Mink lay he knows of rp.rr f
CO. sometimes they come in handy, one youngster who hat three

30J S. Fl.. Aw. Mrs J. C Harvey found out. Schedules Reunion teeth that have been replanted
She told police she hit a youth "and one member of our
." .."
I with her pocketbook when he attempted faculty had a tooth replanted
Opt Nitn Til *
I to grab It, and the hefty Lakeland High School Clan Patricia Moore, Billy Crt la, when he was In dental school
,weapon knocked him off his feet of 1939 will have a reunion on Guy Creel, Lucy Lee Cumtie, and It'* still doing fine" ,

June 13 at the Lakeland Yacht Clarence Curtis, Nancy Davenport The replanted tooth, of
r and Country Club. A social Hariette Pincher Ruth course, I I. dead, but it looks
BEAUTICIANS WANTED hour will be held from 80: Freeman Bill Hall, Carmen like other teeth he adds

to 7:30 p.m.with dinner served Hayes Herbert Isaacs, Human The replanting method can't
Enroll Non : f \] at 7:30, followed by dancing. Fussell Clara Hoover be used on baby teeth, how
The whereabouts of a number Geraldine Hodge, Helen Johnson ever, since It might Injure
For a Career of the 1939 class member Marget Johnson, Hubert the permanent tooth under
With are not known. Any information Joiner, William Jones, Pauline neath. r fi
a FutureAPPROVID Lasiter, Margaret Masters.
on where they may be
fOR TRAINING located should be telephonedto Tommy Segler, Ben Safar, CAN SHE BAKE A CHERRY PIET-Maybe not, but this picture proves that Lakeland
Mrs. Herman Lewis, 1923 Donald Sloan, Rosa Mae Smith STAINS PREVENTEDNEW area high school and junior high school girls can bake some delectable yeast bread These
I VETERANS AND WAX ORPHANS Cherokee Trail, 6822728; or Alice Sutherland, Nell Taylor YORK To prevent Polk County Youth Fair entries were accorded "first premium" seals by the Judges. (Ledger
Mrs. Julian Humphreys, 404 Sue Tuggle, Walter Voyles, stains and streaks on masonry photo by Perkins)
Security Better 1.
e it" In .r.N".M ,... LIf.timse W. Belvedere, 6823437. Ben Watklns l Florameda I and stonework in the new Philharmonic .
Our m tnMW ultuttw: aifl. awe Me ar1 Former classmates not yet Weeks, Estelle Wells, Howard 1 1Westley Hall in New York
...."to, I., .rw" \ a ._ Mrr,,.nl .1.. i located include Talietha Be!.-, Marion Willits, Jack I City, some 60,000 stainless.steel Tourist ClubActivities AT YOUTH FAIR
say AN
e tr.w.d _
:/,:::';.I of _'01 ..... a e .NY._sr."eart._' 1.._.1.."..w Dorqthy Surges, Thelma Wilson, Anna Ruth Wood and I fasteners were used to hold the Sewing Ribbons Awarded I
Campbell, John Clushire Margaret Andrew Semer I itone In place. ,
for cimpUM Information confoct liktlond Howard Crews, Claudine FUh Actlvltes planned for members Lakeland Area Students
'..u., C.II.... No Obligation., e-, Marilyn Grimm, Elizabeth European Mi usic Feature of the Lakeland Tourist

Count IncliriM too,.. .h..... Mtkl and ill. wnllM.LAKELAND Haughton, James Hurt Joe Club at the Magnolia Building, Blue ribbon winners In sew Frances Ann Sharrett.
TATS "COIIIDITID Miller Ralph Palmer, William Of Music CL/ub
Rentz, John Lee Smgletary Program Civic Center, this week are as ing art at the Polk County Best dresses-Joy Ann Bryant
Curtis I Townsend Embw follow: Youth Fair have been announced Ruth Celeste Crosby, Victoria
BEAUTY COLLEGE Walker Elaine Wilson, Dorothy The music of European nationalists Mrs. Charles Kelts, pianist; by the Judges. Winners Rose Harrelson. Janice
III .. Pin. S.. MU I-4SU Williams will be featured at Mrs. Lewis Williams, contralto Tomorrow: Dance, S to 11 from Kathleen High Diane Hofstetter, Karen Gwyn

Maurice; Akins, Ida Asburv, the meeting of the Tuesday ; Mrs Warren Smith, pianist p.m., Mr. and Mrs. Henry Bet- School, Kathleen Elementary, Lovejoy.
_h Music Club Tuesday at 10 ; Mrs. Harry Cannon Jr., tey will be hosts. Ira Spur. Lakeland Senior and Junior Skirts and blouses-Nancy
am at the clubhouse, 421 E. soprano; and Mrs. Charles leon Is dance chairman. High Schools Southwest Junior Lee Hill and Kathy Ann Mos.
a LEEDS AT Park St. Guests are Invitedto Edward and Mr. Raymond Tuesday Cards, 2pm.; me- High School and Central Suit*-Shirley Jean Green
CENTER attend on payment of a Smith, duo-pianists morial service, 7 to 7:30: p.m.j Avenue Elementary Schoolare Faith Elise Lewis, Jennie
small fee. program will follow with the listed below by entry classification Woods Under and Sandra Kay
Following the officers
fit program,
Every "
"Angelus Singer, women'schorus Seaborn.
The program Is as follows: will be elected.
guaranteedperfect hymnology led by Mr*. W. A. from Orlando. Mr. Cotton dresses-Lark Ben. Skirts-Patricia Ann Barb-
Hostesses for the event
WUIU, accompanied by Mrs. areMre Ivan Wilder I II director. nett, Marsha Lynn Boutwell, rowlcz, Partlcia Ann Dickinson
R. P. Reich, Mri. W. E.
time P. D. Stephen, club pianist. Wedaesdayi Chatsew, 2 Sandra Delores Dyer Karen Jennie Llnder and Kathy
R. B. Fuller, Mrs.
every Mrs. Glenn W. Morrison, corresponding C. R. p.m.r followed by Easter program Joyce Flaton, Linda Irene Ann Moss.
Bergquist Mrs. Frank
secretary of Na Hursey and Mr. R. Lee Over- ; cards, 7 p.m., Mr. and Goodwin, Connie Ann Mengel, Jumpers, pajamas, shirts
tional Federation of Music bay. Mrs. Norbert Kessler of New Janice Mitts Linda Louise shorts, slim Jima, formats,
Clubs, will give the federation York are hosts.Thursdays Randall and Beverly Jean Wilson housecoats, and shoe*-Wanda
highlight Mrs. J. Fred Picnic, 10 a.m. Elaine Lewis, Ruby Diane
Guess, study and program director Lee-Gilliland to 4 p.m. at IMCC Park for Blouses Patricia Anne Bryant, Nancy Jean Howell, '
I has announced that tourists and friends Bring basket Dickinson Karen Joyce Fla Patricia Anne Barbarowicz
''I the following will present the Wedding SlatedThe lunch. This will be the last ton, Donna Mae Godbold Martha E. Anderson, Sandra

I musical program: big outing of the year; Prizes Linda Habecker, Nancy Jean Kay Seaborn, Kathy Ann
smartest approaching marriage will be awarded to game win Howell, Kathy Ann Moss Moss, Patsy A. Wells and
i SMOKER'S WEED of Miss Virginia Ann Lee to ners. R. E Bates I I. picnic Linda Louise Randall and Donna Dell Thompson
Pfc. Edward Ray Gilliland of chairman. Cards at 7 p.m. with
feet PHOENIX Ariz un Phoenix
Fort Benning. Ga., has been Mr. and Mrs. Clair Wrightman
Magistrate Eugene K. Mangum announced by her parents, Mr. of New York as hosts. Reporting OnFlorida

in theEASTER called a Bounty agent to investigate and Mrs. Harley Lee, 281 Kl- Friday: Cards, 2 p.m., Mr. I
a strange plant growing I In wants Ave. and Mrs. A. S. Mabusth will
his yard The couple will exchange be hosts. State UniversityBy

I Mangum thought It was marl vows on Thursday, April 2, at Saturday Cards, 7 p.m.,
PARSE uana. the home of the prospective Mrs. Tillie Gelu of Indiana
CAROLYN ROBERT said he believed that the U.S.
I The agent aid It was wild bridegroom's parents, Mr. and and Esta Oren of Lakeland are
Campus Correspondent
tobacco. Alas, Mangum said,. I Mri H. P. Gilhland. 2608 KIwanis hosts. Mr. Mabusth I Is card TALLAHASSEE Initiation and the USSR are neck and

wear don't smoke Ave. chairman neck In the space race now.
are in the news of Florida
.I State A vital point he brought up
"TESTED IN A University campus was the fact (misinterpreted
Greek societies. Polk
Countynow by certain members of Congress -
LIVING LABORATORY" claims two more sorority
recently) that the Rus
members: Joy
Baker, Lake aloes-1 I
land, who 1 II I

They'll hop Into Easter with all the vigor of B'rer Rabbit, ITIS8P now officially landing temporarily program slowed but It down have

wearing Acrobats delightful new styles. These shoes tested a member of because of problems, while
Sigma Kappa
i In a living laboratory for quality and comfort were found and Ausonla: I" going ahead with assembly of
Driver a space platform The lecture
superior in every way. You will, too. Choose early 1 11III1 burndale, Au-a will be presented on Channel
13, WTVT this
f! from the wide range of colors and styles priced for fashion mer- afternoon at
Y 4 o'clock on "One ofKind" .
i r chandisingmajor
I so very low ll PRETEEN'EASTER who Is program.
Edouard Morot-Sir. cultural

,) 99 799to If/\\ ofa Delta new sister Zet*. CAROLYN counselor to the French Embassy

In order to become members In the United State,
f Joy and Ausonla had to go spoke on "Existentialism and
i-? a FASHIONS through a rigorous trimester French Philosophy Today." A
former professor at the Sorbonne -
A< as lowly pledges Lakeland'
L Dan Bagley has been Initiated M. Morot.Sir laid that

\ a Into Alpha Tau Omega fratern Sartre's existential philosophy
ity. He was recently elected is waning In France but that

it / ATO secretary for 1964! a new philosophy which he
SKIMMERWHITE J ail Junior Counselors for the believes will have to be universal
In character, has
coming school years have been not
C PATENT MISTY f announced Ann* Faulds of yet appeared to replaceIt.
Mulberry will be a counselorfor Concert
BUCK PATENT WHITE PATENT tt : freshman women while Ohei cultural events In the

'HD PATENT lUCK PATENT ..i.a .: VickI Rodrlguei of Lakelandwill news Include the Spring concert
counsel some of the transfer by the FSU Collegian,
"r students. Anna I II a memo men' glee club, presented
ber of Village Vamp and Chi Friday. Tommy Hagaii of

Omega sorority. A member! of Lakeland performed in a quar
Alpha Chi Omega Vicki write let while David Gaines and
/ for the Flambeau, the campus Guerry Holm, also of Lake
ANTRON / newspaper land played In the Brass
DART : Astronomer Choir which accompanied the
CRESS Two. lecturers, fingers Other member of the
e BUCK 11,98 I s-Pc. one French and one British, Collegian were Jere Fersythe
were heard by students and Ben
BROWN'' / LENOSHEER many Godfrey of Auburn-
t and professors last week. One dale.

f teeter er Tie Styles : of the world's outstanding One of the week' biggest
tt astronomer, Sir Bernard Lev-
I event was the American

ell, director of England' Jor- of British playwright
I Ir drell Bank Observatory,
gavean James Foryth' play "Trog"
extremely Interesting lecture : The production, which opened

Ask about our "Birthday Club" fitting program! the concerning universe: and the our creationof solar Wednesday Broadway actor at FSU Frank, starred

trt Tuners end their mothers on and Daly.
say "Emplrt system about America' The creation of the play was
has the "best selection of tttn d,...... Why position today In pace exploration quite unusual as the play-

.::. ':. dldn', *. coma htrt tint?" $. them for your. At the Invitation of wright was at FSU working on

S.B 0 E S') : self ,. and our teen brat, slips, and tportiwtar. I first sia's USSR.Westerner Sir Lovell to became view Rus the the script: Richard with Fallon the theater and the director -

OPEN PLENTY deep-space tracking net. actors until time for the presentation .
NITIS work, last summer Coming to .
O' P515
TILL PARKING THIRD FLOOR FSU immediately after touring And, as many Polk Coun-'
Cape Kennedy on Florida'seast bans probably know, Florida
GROVE PARK SHOPPING CENTER THE EMPIRE 211 E. Main Lakeland coast he called the progress Southern's Moccasin defeated

1 of the U.S. space program the FSU Seminoles M in their
"awe-inspiring.N and baseball game Tuesday

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LAKELAND 1EDRFR. Sunday March 22 IM4 t-C

Make Spring Sparkle Indoors With Plants Hard-Cook Eggs, \

NEW YORK WWl spring You can combine this kind the well unit will add considerable You don't have to have Don't Boil Hard 'I SAIL [aMJvLgoJUe.fCNel

comet nature's leek welcome of large floor plant with a cf rm. elaborate displays or a tree

renewel of life M',the colonof tea in:1e wed to display Dining area shouldn't be growing through the middle GAINBIVIli.fi .
Your Why? Beotuee hard boiled
he landscape burst forthIn plant The neglected either IndividualIM of the living room to enjoy
; rich and varied hues of such your table settings for the pleasure living plants family will retted their )lather eggs are tough. Hard cooked
; the Muon'i flowering plants at cyclamen, tulips Easter entertaining cheaplyand bring. Just make sure that eggs more if you hard-cook, ones ere tendef" I
plant Inside the home and hyacinths will give new attractively. One or your plants are carefully rather than hard-boll them To hard cook eggs, Miss
though, translating the spring dimension to your color more flowering plants used grown and conditioned in says Miss Isle Williams,
season Into actuality means scheme. And since the tea as a centerpiece can be a porous pots and follow your assistant nutritionist, Florid Williams suggests that you T
more than giving the house wagon Is on casters and can colorful welcome for guests florist's Instruction on their Agricultural Extension Service place the eggs In a pan and
Its usual thorough cleaning, easily be moved to any spotIn this spring_ season light and water anode.ttirar cover with cold water to at I -
changing the kitchen curtains the home It'. a mobile _-_ _----.-. ttr s.mossier...-. iteiT..alta ..riul iII- least one Inch above the eggs I ar- '>..

or maybe slipcovering a garden. I- -I Bring rapidly to a boil; remove I ;',(
ch lr. Smart homemakersadd Corners aren't the only
the most satisfying touchof places that can be given 1 from heat; cover and I
alt by bringing spring indoors springlike touches throughthe > let stand for 20 minutes. Cool /1 JwediW.
with fresh living green use of,living >lants. In c9I eggs quickly and thoroughlyIn / f
and flowering plants.If these days of wall units that allun4 cold water. Put them in I
you have an awkward house stereos, storage cabinets
comer In the living room and book shelves, plants 1 1 the refrigerator until you are I Luscious Patent
try one of the larger foliage are Increasingly Important to ready to decorate them. i'
plants philodendron, ticus, break the monotony of the When It's time to decorate Multi!
schefHera with Its clay put straight lines of shelving. A 1 CLIP n' SAVE 1 (he eggs, one of the simplest I

and saucer set directly on collection of succulent plants ways to color hard cooked .
the floor or double-potted. in 2-inch clay pots and saucers I e.
Into a redwood tub planter. Interspread throughout eggs Is to use wax crayonsto I Heavenly Blue
make "homemade" designs t..

What's Doing AtUniversity Make stripes by drawIng I i 'I Lemon r
them on the eggs with a
I white crayon before dyeing. White :
Of South FloridaBy The dye will not "take"
through the wax Vie scrapsof Orange 1
modeling clay to make
By CEUA WILLIS trumental In contacting the comic faces. Hats end collarsof I I .1
Campus Correspondent working writers In the Tampa- construction paper give the 1
TAMPA-More than 600 student Sarasota area, last Wednesday 1 ... 1i eggs personality. I' $18.95
and staff tickets to the Introduced two speakers in the For a pleasing Easter
Count Baste performance, to meet the author series. Lee breakfast centerpiece add artificial
be held tomorrow were sold Green, editor of the new Coronet flowers or greenery to
the first three days of ticket and Al Hlrshberg, work 1 an arrangement of Easter MATCHING HANDBAGS
sales last week. ing writer, spoke from divergent e tggs. Baskets of gailycoloredeggs
Public tickets viewpoints about the. edi- o tucked In "straw" and I
went .on sale tor-writer relationship. 1 1 circled I by Huffy little chickens I R a' r
with only 1,000'' Douglass Moore, one of and Easter bunnies will
tickets avail America's leading modem 1 \ 1 delight the children. ...
composers, has been resident Around the world for centuries
able.Dr.. Harris 'EJP' composer at USE for the last dyed eggs have been
Dean was ,r::; month and will be on campusfor 1 1 exchanged as gifts during the BENFORD'S BOOTERYDOWNTOWN 1
named J the next three weeks Someof spring is a symbol of new I
week to 1 his works are "The Wings life and nature's awakeningfrom ;
hUBJt 1 HIGH, WIDE AND HANDSOME The flippest of flips. To set Follow 1
No. 2 of the Dove, "The Ballad of : the bleakness of winter. -
at USF Baby Doe" and "Giants In the diagram as shown. Fine hair requires medium size rollers; coarse, thick or I -1

State Board of Earth Moore received Pul- 1 wavy hair calls for the largest size roller. A blunt or slightly tapered cut Is 1
Control. A itzer Prize for the latter which
professor in 1951 advantageous to this style. Complete your set with a supporting row of pin
of education at USF for was produced 1 1
the past three years, Dr. Dean Frledel Dzubas, artist In curls. To comb: Brush set out. Feather brush all the hair lightly This hidden paivma&r6r I

will fill the vacancy to be created residence this trimester, Is build up is the secret of holding the hair together. Brush surface hairs
of featured In a one-man show at 1
by the retirement Dr.
smoothly back and down towards the sides. Let the front sweep smoothly
Sidney J. French as dean of the Library Gallery. His works
academic affairs. have been shown at the Whit- down past the brow and Into the side. Brush the sides down and flip up and 1

USF' College of Business ney Museum, the Guggenheim ,forward, forming a (jaunty, feathered flip. The bock Is brushed down and :

Administration In conjunctionwith Museum and the Carnegie In. 1 then flipped up. The shape of your face determines the amount of feather
the campus Business Club stitute in Pittsburgh. t((
and the Florida West Coast Lecture brushing (brush teasing) required. Hint For on easier comb out, always P

chapter of the American Marketing Suicide was the topic of two 1 tease hair In the direction the style indicates. I .
V. Association, annually lectures last Tuesday at USF 1.
11 sponsors a business opportunities by Dr. Edwin S. Schneidman, To obtain a leaflet of the first eight hair styles appearing in this series, (j

f conference. Nine speakers co-director of the Suicide Pre. 1 send 15 cents together with your name and address to: The Ledger, care of

I were engaged to participate In vention Center in Los Angeles Spadea, 110 Fifth Avenue, New York, New York 10011. : ( 'ij! .tw
[the conference which was held He spoke on "Orientation Toward 1 1 ) .
hast Tuesday In the University Suicide" and "Some Reflections UJ
[Center ballroom. on Death and Suicide III. ass gars aster tees aim - I 1 '
"Cuban Week" ." (J"t ,
Cuban students participatedIn Delphi sisters are planningan
"The Cuban Week" presentation Apollo Banquet, where an i
by the International Stu. award for the best male pledgeof aa Eaaaa aE a ..
dents Organization which was last trimester will be given. .-
held last week. Cuban Night Shelby Lewis of Lakeland was o weather 'IB
featured songs, music and elected to represent this sorority
dances by students, who Instructed In the Council of Fraternal i]
other USF students In Societies: Shelby also a J
several dances Including the attended the banquet at the a J
conga rumba, mambo and Floridan Hotel last week which
closed the activities of Greek ,
cha cha cha.
"Man With the Oboe" opened Week.
In the teaching auditorium- USF' first yearbook, The Ela .i.iO :
theater. The play was presented Agean, went on sale last week. lEi
In conjunction with the According to Jim Lemanskl,
Southeastern Theater Conference Junior from Lakeland, It was
meeting held In Tampa well worth the money to have Q
last week. It was selected by the history of the school up to ( .
the new play project commit. date. a
tee of the theater group from Congratulations to Ken Kuy- :/
68 original plays entered In kendall who was recently accepted .0{
competition for production at to the Upper Level DI. I
USF, Friday night's performance vision of studies In the Collegeof I Nf
was attended by Mr. and Business Administration.
Mrs. Ted Albert of Lakeland.The This week's honors go to I 1 1o i ,

keynote speaker and final Charles T. Helvey, associate .. '.
plans for the Mock Politi professor of natural science :i
cal Convention to be held In and education Mr. Helvey received a .
Argos activities room on April the equivalent of a M.S.
24 have taken shape. The hon- degree from Technical Univer EJp .:
orable Fuller Warren former airy Braunschweig. Germany. f.j EJp
governor of Florida, la scheduled 1-- I .. il it
\ .
to speak April 3 at 7:30 1i i Calling AllIlo3se a I 4
p.m. The convention will be g
patterned after the National I Makers
Democratic Convention and ..
I :
will offer students the experience -
of watching governmentIn I "WHAT KIND OF

action through the nomination SHALL .
of real presidential hope
fuls. I BUYr .. '; :
Poetry FestivalClimaxing .. ,. !
the state's first When a customer -
Intercollegiate poetry festival our store come and In : switch LAKELAND'I
March 6, Archibald MacLelsh asks the age-old _
presented three universitieswith question, 'What I
tape recordings of his lec kind, of mattress to an
shall I buy?", I .
were .
ture. The recipients .
Horida A&M University and .. am obliged to i
her with
ontwtr 1tfl f ,
Florida Presbyterian College. another question,
Each school received two superior "What kind, of I: .
awards In festival activities mattress do you EI Ton need not just Z

for find most? com- I taking wet clothes off MONDAY! :i

Dr. Ed Hlrshberg. long In- S,.. ol. Many people With an ONE DAY ONLY! :!

I ore particularly' perplexed tht p can dry clothes inside
Soda Fountain I days because they read advertisements E day or night With ::
singing the prolset of E clothes come out soft $ :t
For and
Colors Are both Innerspring' mattress
foam rubber mottrtu, end E never need worry if
Mom, DaughterNEW they wonder which ,Is really I E See your electric '
best. :
a ful electric clothes :1t
We always urge our Customers -
YORK-NEA-Plnt- :
to lie down and try the a live better,
in soda-fountain : '.
aloe! beauties different types of mattresses I
colors may lead mom to look many In our bedding, deportI I $20.00 :!
to her fashion laurel this\ ment because there It really no pre '1
".prlng. I other way to determine the f ..
Although the A-llne Is IIIU comfort. i During the ii #if Sizes 12 thru 18 ::
the favorite silhouette for the Too many people buy a mot-
young fry, there are also cape tress because of the pretty tick i Now Is the time to buy end MfJfJr. REGULAR $13 VALUE ''I
"Chanel" suits axe Ing or the low price, but you
costumes '
of brass buttons and multq.lepockets. I spend about one-third of your EI Clothes Dryer. The City' of Lakeland
In short, any fashion life in a bed and on investment a If you purchase your dryer during i
comfort 'Is a great Importance
mom wears,. Susie can wear, 'In to your well being a your choice, your appliance dealer' will, A Very ipeclol "Money Saving." purchase brings you this terrific voluet '
too. And It's sure to look cuter I when all Is said a Economist will call ot your home to The bonded and laminated rayon lined block coot 'll bound 'In careful detailing :r
3. suppose ,', block ond white ship ;
in size and done that the old adage p Work Saver. We will men moil your It covert a complimenting woven striped
A new version of the skim "you get what you pay for" of jersey This wonderful two piece ensemble 'll styled by a famous maker ;;
mer falls In folds from a drawstring applies to bedding as It does to a pliance Dealer this Month and Live and lust waiting' to be mopped up by thote who truly recognlie fashion .1
neckline or a wide. everything else. And there are a '1
Value when itt! for
they Me Hurry In yours today only.
rounded yoke. no bargain, short-cuts to a good (Offer seed hi ey ...
The traditional party dress night's sleep. a llecfrle & WeNt ) ::1
takes on a new look in crisp Visit our bedding deportment
with contrasting and our salesmen will make 0 a
pastel embroidery and rickrack trim. sincere effort to find the mat- A select group of Italian straw handbags, :

Although the Ice cream and CM- lieu comfort which whether gives you you the like most a i Electric & perfect for Easter, y OFF Values to $21.00. .
ort-vanilla, lemon ptraw- firm soft or medium mattress: a
berry-will be Important navy whether you prefer Innerspring a CITY OF
comes In for Its share of pop- or foam rubber.MATHER .
ularlty One charming Interpretation 0 TWO STORES ONLY!
of the shirt dress FURNITURE I LL 0 LV LAKELAND: Grove Perk Center
for the small set Is In now I/ I I I f I I q eta. BARTOWt Golden Cote Center ,1 't
dotted Swiss, ruffled in whi'e 120 N. Mess. A.e.PheM I i
Mauve will be another nw MU 2-lllt 1
favorite in tiny-tot wardrobes

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10-C LAKELAND LEDGER, Sunday, March 22.1W4

I Rev. A. B. Green New t \rAT THE CHURCHES \ "

I will be taken to help the
Crystal Lake PastorThe SAINTS' EPISCOPAL FIRST CHRISTIAN ing for Gospel
(Disciples of Christ) Revolving Fund
St. Mary chapter of Episcopal Mrs, John
Rev A. B. Green his graduated from the Instltu'e of All A candlelight Communion Centers In Japan
f Churchwomen chairman
been called as pastor of Crystal In May 1953. I Church will service will be held Thurs Brown of Plymouth
Sain'" Episcopal District
Lake Baptist Church after He served is pastor of meet tomorrow at noon In day at 7:30: p.m. at First of the Southeastern .
serving the church as Interim Southslde Baptist Church In F"rt, tli the lounge The "Doctrineof Christian Church. This Is WMS, will b't a guest.
for two months. traditional observancethat Men are also Invited to
pastor Wauchula for nine years and Prayer" will be discussed the
The Rev. Mr. Green began commemorates the Last
three months During this
Those attending are to bring tend.FIRST
his ministry as pastor of a time, the church grew from sandwich Dessert and Supper on the Thursday before
small church In Marlanna in ( City)
mission status to a churh
coffee will be served by
Cecil B.
March of 1949. He receivedhis PLANT CITY -
with a membership of 190 Immediately
Sue Evans and Mrs Hugh
theological training at Ban-! before coming to FIRST EVANGELICAL DeMilles motion picture of
tist Bible Institute while It wnt Lakeland, the Rev. Mr. Green Mease. FREEA the life of Christ, "The King

located In Lakeland and was ., was pastor of First Baptist S+ + 1 1r -. joint meeting of the of Kings" will be shown Fri

Church\ of Gibsonton Woman' Missionary Societyof day at 7:30: pm at First
PRESBYTERIAN CHAPELIN Church Methodist Church The movie -
First Evangelical
The Rev. Mr and M-s.
THE GROVE will be held tomorrow at 7:30: is being sponsored in
Green In the church
are living rlSS
pastorlum at 1125 Civitan Ave. Holy Week services will be p.m. at the church Sunday cities throughout the United
They have two children. Their held nightly at 7:30 o'clock School building. Slides show- States by a national committee

daughter, Virginia, Is marriedto tS starting tomorrow at Presbyterian Ing work in Japan will be of 125 leading ministers

the Rev. Robert J. Cook a r Chapel In the Grove shown after which an offer and laymen.

SALONARTI5T.Y student at Southern Seminary 4 and end on Friday A Maundy

Louisville Ky. Their son Thursday Communion

IN Benny is a junior at Lakeland 'tH service will be held Thurs

STYLI Senior High School. day. I

AND y 4 't't
eOLOIl1ft f
St. David's 4'.
The Mall At
Dr. ----
CINTI 145 Utowood -BAKING TOOLS SHOWN On Maundy Thursday, the

MU a.s". Welcomes/ You ULM, Germany-Ulm'. Bread: Jack Houts To Speak Sacrament of Holy Communion -
Sinless Museum contains many anclenl t will be celebrated at
Church I:SO A.M., 10:45 A.M. Westminster P r II by terl.n
and medieval baking Implements
All APPROVED CREDIT Church Erosion School 6 9:45 p.HI...... Including bread cutters, At AAUW Luncheon"Science Church at 7:30: p.m. The Rev.

CARDS HONORED Trw R.e. PW *U.M_ IlwnR.es.r /"/. stamps, and baking molds of Dr. Evert A. Cremer and the
metal, clay and wood. Rev. David J. Spratt will officiate
and Music, a The following members
look at some of the relationships of the Communicants'Class t

which bind music to the of 1964 will be admitted d E EI

eaataiQh is a FAMILY AFFAIR sciences, which are often considered to the membership: Ken
I unrelated to the field Clevenger Nancy Coldeen,
Bobby Coldeen, Tommy Cole,
of the arts will be the topicof
Herbert Peter Johnson
A- Jack Houts, director of the and Karen Nelson '
ra: '
concert choir of Florida :

Southern College, when he : 4-
l12'w lecture. and demonstrates for
; the Lakeland Branch, American WELCOMING NEW PASTOR-The Rev. B. G. Brown, left
The Rev James R, Crook
Association of University welcomes the.Rev Charles Smith to Central Avenue Baptist

so IS tfil61 Women, at a luncheon Jr.rial, pastor Methodist of Wagg Church Memo-in- Church where he will conduct services in Spanish on Sundays.

mLr meeting Saturday at the Tuesday West Palm Beach will speak '
(ftltzi Music Club at 12:30: p.m. Sunday through Wednesday Central Avenue Baptist I

Stringed Instruments and nights at 7:30o'clock : .
voices will be used by Mr. at Sets Services
Houts In his demonstration. CollegeHelghti Spanish
For the Family's Easter Wardrobe- A vocalist himself Mr. Houts '
r t'
has made numerous radio Methodist ', Central Avenue Baptist Church bering about 40 families .

SHOP OUR TOP VALUES and television appearances Church. The 'U will sponsor special services for Sunday services are scheduledas

and has sung with opera associations Rev. Whitney Spanish speaking people to be follows: Bible study 1:45:
JACK HOUTSeon .J < a.m.; morning worship 11, and
and choruses He Dough will'i'l conducted the Rev. Charles .
z 0 by
; & Girls' Dresses has been a member of the speak at the evening worship, 7:45 o'clock:
MEN'S DRESS SHIRTS music department faculty it same time Smith each Sunday. The servIces The Rev. B. G. Brown pastor

Th. pr tti.sf wltctlon you'vsevor Florida Southern College are being taken by Mrs 'l1huud.ynlgbt will be held in the banquet announced that this Is the third
win All In taty-to-caro- fy gr Wings since 1962. Earlier he was and IA building of the church locatedat mission service the church has
for fobrlci SIM 1 to 14. chairman of the music department Julia Mae Conant, MU 2-6851. the Rev. 800 Central Ave. undertaken within a year The ,

\ rs with 'R woor fobrici, ion. or at Tennessee Wesleyan and Mrs S. R. Mohr, MU Dennis Deli- Rev. Crookw.re. These are believed to be the others Include a weekly serviceat

$199 to $6" \ College for 18 years 3.3291, cohostessesPrincipal chaplain at Florida first services to be held in Span- Lakeland city Jail and weekly
er", short iloovo, rojulor toporoo1
Three Programs business at the Southern College will speak ish In Lakeland for the Span services at Westlake Housing

1 This glimpse Into the Interrelationship meeting, according to Mrs Friday night.Religious. ish speaking community num ProjectBIRTHDAY .

Slips & Bouffants $2" to $4" o and sciences between Is the second the arts In Leon Harpole, president, will

( ky Movie Starlet/ i Sfoneswear I a series of three programs be presentation of the reportof Groups'

devoted to "Bridging the the nominating committee J

Cotton, Nylon orDo MEN'S DRESS PANTS \ Gap between Science and the under the chairmanship' of Calendar/ x
<... Bt.r.0.' $ $ Meeting
l00 2 Layman, with
SUM 1 .. 1* \ I. program. arranged Mrs. Pickart.Suggestion.
Box ,"A.a roe i TH* DAY Ter" a F
o I ... .. .
Ptcktrt and Dr. Margaret L. tit'pful 'r.r om t of nrdl.onrrisr
BOYS' WHITE SPORT COATS .r Gilbert' Mrs; AlexanderSteinberg In order to receive direct .talon., ..ftnd SilaS worrtitv. 0111It.U.. .n. hour. *i U..

'a' .y Ttx.IMSnot feral \ is, vice president suggestions from members TO.""
sinvicft For TNI
In charge of Dl.... _
programsReservations or POLK COUNTY
2 lo 11 Sites II ro II Csmpvi l o for regarding program ideas for Brnoal ..rh SundM .. 1 4$ m r 1 A
the lunch- ... .....
".r..I' seers 4 poet
$599 SQ99 general meetings and for Or .! e.eC". >t iBwood B.pli.l
u.eo..rearylis I Chun-h r.rnrr Avenue M end 34lhSI.
study groups, a suggestionbox winter H.v.n, Mlow.hlp hour .
i ; foorlcttuch hi HioBowoit Speaking of Beauty will be available Other rollPAUL\ : pLUTS..wr.. lc. ehurttl! Infarm.tKm s
WHITE DRESS SHIRTS h ,MII, clu... for UulU 4pm ;
business Couple' .
on Docron- will Include discussion Club Hrn four Fiurorlto
In estimation II"h" Hupper at H 10 p m.
$30 and $40
Short or Long $| 99 Cotton Docron my of the South Atlantic Regional CMRIBTIAN. OINOINH OONVIN.TION .
permanents are purely gim I JO pm. .1 MUllOP.rr' sir
Sleeves/ . :. I Wool Arnol Conference In Atlanta, tl.l Church of A ,dD".U'
and a LUTHMAN '
,d ii end Polyotro*' : : of April 9-11 and the Florida 5...1.. .will.t...10..3O.....at m I L.Ift.r conflrm.llonclu. L..... sI

BOYS' PANTSStiti2te7.$1.y9teS3.9f ."Ion1!. I think State division workshop In U 7 pn. MONDAY

/ other Tampa, May 1.2. aposTOLleLI SCHOOL nlthtJi"morl"Blvo
I $499 to e r s The local branch M. *' *"'h00', M' *
f Sizes I It 12 $2.99 te 5.91 11I; agree with Is sponsoring IT. PAUL LUTHIItAN, CUB Peck
an art contest this TO? mp u at T p mCHP.IOT
that .
$899SPECIAL you LUTHIP.AM atf.F '
month for local high school troop 78t soot .\ 7 pn. .1 VPWAPOOTOLIC
spend A.I1. '..nd., school itsit ....tlDI ..
much. A students. rlr..W..5 horn. oc Wili .. k..uM

fit".', is fleer value/ enywheretBoys' cut and Hostesses will Include Mrs. 51 10Tos BIOll. ,BCHOOL. 1331

hair texturePHILIP B MtmoriM Bl"d.. mint OMM> .>
and Girls' Donna Harris, Mrs Boyce I ...
I anal y s I s assure COMMUNITY BIBLC CLAM T HIS
SMOOTHIEBUTTONDOWN Mooney Mrs W. C. Ren- .. home "' *"'. B."* "*'".',
DRESS SHOES an ex- !rant, Mrs J. S. Robinson
qulslte perm. It Is not just luck. AOVINTI.T .t.
I Mrs. Leo Rockwell, Mrs fees ".: 30 ii. 5244 N. 4l
And before you leave the to : 'Mr Hi,,,i': I .
Walter Roehr Mrs. Robert lal's .
\k $77 TIES salon, ask for advice on the care e* mnU >t 4j>m, '.l new era1eRe1 H.M, .
Miss Alice l
Sampson San-
Were to $4.99 Ir of coiffure After all riUBT CHP.ISTIAN IDlMlplo. oOmul /
up your you'rea
Corner C hMehininl
Reduced to . Also roody-tiJ' Step Moot end walking advertisement for the born, Mrs U. W. Scaggs, innum nliht II' a.to T......'.
.In plies.j salon and your hairdresser Mrs Elllas Schiff Mrs. William bat uv.rd., 7 dM *51... IB I.UowttilB'wiDNIIBBV

j) 2 Pr*. $5.00 $150 should be gracious In telling you E. Sharp, Mrs. Ken APOSTOLIC BIBLI. BCHOOL. uaa
neth Shroyer, Mrs Vera _.
Only how to keep It looking its best I Memorl Blvd Bint .1 itCHIIIBTIAN
Silks, Mrs W N. e.
until Goodnight your next Mrs.visit.DeMayo. Mrs. Leila Smith, Mrs. Laurence rent COMMITTIS Boon OUtlNIlO al Cr..l MIN.......S- PRESENT FOR OLDSTER Mrs Cora M.

"T/it/ Store of Prict-liss Quality" 816 N. Florida Ave. 'I ((47th of e ..,Ia.1 Snook Mrs John H. .IIAC'' L TMU U T "H fO I a Y A N. U.und Valentine holds a transistor radio, one of the gifts she received
t 'I -Adv. Snyder and 'Miss Alvazine ",.rod.., oar Coui.unlo., 1MBT : on her 105th birthday anniversary Friday. She spends

Young. "m FAUL LUTHSM ll.undt her winters In Lakeland with her son, Clarence Woodford
Thursd.y 730 .m ..",." ....,.-
1 M .nd Holy C.mm..n'OD.CH"aT Valentine and his wife at 6411 Omar Drive The active cen-

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.. I LAKELAND LEDGER Sunday. March 22, 1M4 11C
Crimson Duke Rugged New Red

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4p1 GUIDE Rose By Creator Of Peace Rose & Garden Center

I CHICAGO Unlike many or flte individual blooms ter the June or early July 3503 Cleveland Hts. Blvd. Ph. 686-6554

of the rose Introductions of firmly. Each bud and flower flowering, It puts on an excellent
the past few years which stands erect without the usual autumn display, an ex- YARD CARE
Treat repairmenwith have been on the delicate droopy effect so often noticeable tra dividend of fine buds and Mewing, Ulnf, hrtlUihit, *...
Gardea Columaiat side, their colors even tending In cluster-flowered va blooms lasting right to Jw' Green Stem,. with eH Ml.. .n4 .."Ic.
TLC (tender loving ; up

toward pale mauve and rieties. This characteristic
together hard frost which closes the DIAUK ton
core) This lavender one of this with
may year's their alight fragrance show until another year.
jolly them into doing Wk + top contenders for first place make these new roses Alain Meilland, whose firm STATE QUO-TONE KUTIIIIW
their best.LAKE Is a real he-man red big, ideal for use as cut sprays created the world-famous rose ORTHO end IDEAL PESTICIDESWill

bold and boisterous. for indoor decoration. Peace feels that In Crimson IMH spreads, or .*. the Joe fr ytu
-+ Gardeners Reminded Of The gardener who wants arose Another feature of Crimson Duke he has achieved another NURSERY PLANTS GARDEN TOOLS
that win grow into a Duke which win make It a triumph in rose breeding arose
rugged high bush clothed favorite with home gardeners that experts and amateurs RENTAL OF YARD EQUIPMENTAND
BONNY Landscaping Classes with substantial glossy leaves to its: generous autumn bloom. alike will want in their OTHER
and covered with showy When cut back fairly hard sf- gardens. TOOLSON

NURSERYlake : Class 5 of the Landscape School being taught at blooms will find Crimson SALE I l..s. i.s. of rW $1.00
I the Lakeland Senior Duke to his liking. Everything -- .. Lees Sakes ,
High School by Prof. Thomas 1"4IIIF .)>,<' '; .4r'1 ., 79.
: Mack on Tuesday nights at 7 o'clock will be one about it reflects. its NAet 's, .;:., fetn G.re>. H.. sp to $2 elf
Bonny Drive mat you will not want-to vigor and hardiness. In fact .iatyf5 Jack H.rtLr, Chterfen D,,". 5 Ibi. .9.
At Dixie Place miss. and dogwood u far as beauty In the rose garden tt is well #" Owner NURSERY PUNTS

"Developing/ The Land. is to allow It somewhat more ..
nominate '
than Is
space accorded the
WHILE THEY LAST bow scope to Plan"UM the will original show iur-you the colorful bauhinlas. Right average run of Hybrid Teu. r i' ." ,l
Color. of now Winter Haven te a riot Holds True ColorA
property. .. ,
Beautiful Hy 77f. matlon concerning .the development of color. Drive down almost red serious roses and fault especially of many big of y..,* :
of a landscapeplan any street and you are sure
brio Cretans
some recent introductions, is
In G.lloti c.". 1 for 2.25 step by step will be to run Into a bauhlnia tree in that they "die miserably OPENSUNDAY
given and color slides shownto full bloom.
the petala fading to a displeasing :
PODOCARPUS . 89c Next Illustrate landscaping. Lakeland has her share too. carrion purple. Crimson ; -

t to azaleas, camellias-. ..........._"u.1.60". n v._.u........_ Duke holds Its color to 'r.; .
Spreading Juniper 1.25 the very end. half-open buds \
Boxwood 1.25 These trees not only have and fully opened/lowers makIng .
Orange Trees 2.95 open Sunday unusual foliage but striking a harmonious display in
In Bloom flowers which resemble orchids the rose bed. in flower arrangements "5 12:00 P.M. to 7:00 P.M.

Spireo-Bridol Wreath SOc I 1-4 due to their shape color or as specimen
p.m. and fragrance. Consequently blooms In competitive classes.
HibiMyi Sal. they are referred to f wv.
Any gardener who Is interested f AZALEASPINK
Coming '.1./ .. S.I. as the "orchid tree." Thisis in .
exhibiting roses at
H.... S.I. $i..kiofe $9schefflera f the time of year they are flower shows will want to add Y Y
rain S.I'* at their best y'
due to the fact eYL
Soon T..pk.i s.i. Crimson Duke to his stable of
that a lot of leaves have e SUPREME
twit T.... 3-4' price winners. Peace, the _
dropped and the full beautyof world's GEO. TABOR 666/
record (Old I medal
bird of paradise 3 yrs the flowers can be seen. and blue ribbon winner Is REDWING

NOW e.p. holly 2.3'pyrocontha This is the best time one of the parents of Crlm-
March and April to plant
2.3'dogwood eon Duke. Flowers, which are
bauhinlas. Choose a spot of exhibition quality, up
Quality.Go 110" Can where they can have full sun open CROTONSIN
r'J white 2' to five inches or so In di .
Asa or partial shade and a soil ,
leas Reduced144c ixoras 2' ameter. As they are medium '
where drainage is lood.Don't "
double-about '30 petals-they GALLON
crepe myrtle 2' get excited if for a are best cut when fairly tight 1.47
month or two they eeem to '
selloum 2.3' lasting quality is excellent r
p. stand still they are simply -
an Important point
abelia 2' getting their bearings. Give with any exhibition rose. : -; _-
them plenty of water, and
Per Stem
mock orange 3'I I feed two weeks.
every They
. For home decoration many
. 6 for 2.59.12 for 5.00 will respond with good growth people like roses la sprays of CRIMSON DUKE a new red hybrid tea rose by Alain
3/)00 8.10" tall,, and be well established before several flowers on a single Meilland originator of Peace: Rose, has rich red blooms which
,. lotilend'e sets In. main stem. Many main stems do not fade to a displeasing purple but hold their true color.

.. L..... hewers podocorpus TwoLobedThe of Crimson Duke support fourNews' AFTERGLOEASTER 1.27FERTILIZER

IIt.t 'NISI. This li the piece i PARADE

I te Icy ligustrum I Bauhin.honor bauhlnla of famous John Is and botanists named Caspar of In From Over PolkWAVERLY II -

j SAVE NOW-ON SALE privet the 18th century. They were

Giant Rubber Plants,1.00 brothers, which Justifies naming -Mrs Marjorie Tullis Holland is now recuperating fery and Mr. and Mrs I. B.Tompkin. .

.1 F Tropical Palms 1.50 well branched In their honor a genus of Williams and her uncle and at his home after a .. 6.5-5 -

; Ugustrum . 29e plants with two-lobed leaves. aunt Mr. and Mrs E. M. month's stay In Winter Haven Mr. and Mrs. Jim Barlowof

Viburnum . 50c azaleas The flowers are three inchesor Jones of ,New Castle Pa., General Hospital. Clearwater are here for a The Ideal Fertilizer for This Area
more across and range In Mr. and Mrs. Callle Henry visit with their son-ln.law and
10-15" tell color from pale pink through visited in Clewlston with Mrs. have been making frequent daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Jim
;r( WE GOT 'EM! red to purple. There Is also Williams daughter and her visits to Bartow General Hos- Smith. 50 Pound Bag 99f.W.T.

I a white form.; family. Mr. and Mrs. Roy pital when his brother-in-law Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Halt*
ORANGE TREES 55..1055formosa Flower arrangers use the Martin and Children The E. D. Bryant is a patient. way and their daughter and

? IN BLOSSOM ft FRUIT long after narrow the pods that form group also went eight seeingIn Mrs. Carl Henry Is a patient family, Mr. and Mrs. CharlesR.
; flowers are pollinated West Palm Beach. In Winter Haven Hospital and Miller, Susan and Dean tAt'l; TO
95 g.I. taber to a good advantage. her father-in-law. J. J. Henry, made a visit la Sarasota with
wHEY due de.rohon However if you are Interested Mr. and Mrs.Joe B. Fralser Is In Lake Wales Hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Charlee Halt*

EtchLAST alaska in propagation plant the made a trip to ChIpley and Visitors 'of Mrs. Sue Jones way and sons, Bill and Bob. SOUTHGATE
seeds In Individual pots shortly visited his parents there duet were her sister Mrs" H. S. ONLY
Fiddle leaf $1.00ieo. after they mature. Within Visited Relatives Here
Fig the Dlnese of his mother, Parrish and Mr. and Mrs.
well l branched 10 will days have to bauhinlas thite weeks Mrs. F. B. Fralaer. H. P. Phillips( Jacksonville. Mr. end Mrs. E. B. Page of
you on
TREES the Mr. and Mrs. Buddy Kenny Here for a visit with Mr. Palatka, visited here with her
azaleas way. and daughters Susan, and Mrs. C. N. Davis were brother-in-law and sister, Mr.
By the time winter comes Debbie and Beverly all of Miami Mrs. Odle Russell and Mr. and and Mrs J. B. Tompklns. Full Of Bud & Bloom
GOLDEN RAIN seedlings should be about a Mrs. L. 0. Lamson of Tam
15.18" toll visited her Mrs.
mother Mrs.
Mr. and E. M. Jones
foot high. Protect them from
They were Joined by
Clara Robertson and other pa. will leave this weekend for
$1 1 RED BUD $1 10/8M the cold Indoors la a good relatives, and his parents Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Boyd Shaffer their home In New Castle Pa, i
... light When the danger of and Mrs. Bill Kenny. of Apollo, Pa. They have spent after several weeks hereat AMERICA'S FWSTROSES i
frost is transfer them to stay
some time here in the Harrison
TULIP TREE with and .
Visiting Mr. Mrs.L.
the home of Mrs. Ados
formoso the ground-then stand back Cottage on North Pierce
C. Stanland and 1 Ifix
and watch them Norman Brown. En route there they
grow. Lake.
southern charm Mickey and Norma Leigh, plan to stop for a visit In Mln-
Mr. end Mrs. T H. Camp
Large Size! were Mr. and Mrs. R. B. neola with her brother and
.I. taber
g bell of Jacksonville visited his
Howard and sons, Greg and family Mr. and Mrs. Orble
Red Maple $195 g g. g.rblngsimon's YOUNG AVIATOR Jeff of Jacksonville Mrs. Mrs.sister Charles and family Miller, at Mr.Babson and Brown, and in Amerlcus, Ga. iar .+ ''t Select #1 or better bushes
BETHPAGE, N.Y. ell Rob- Dorothy Crawford of Auburn. with another brother and family t'"t'+
Shade Trees Park, and Mrs. Ados Brown root.tockprop.rly
ert Met i era. 12. not only dale Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Al- Mr. and Mrs. Hobert on Dr. Huey
and the I. C. Stanland family
lnlg.Cont.LAKE c-. Eerhr plays airplane baseball, but brlttoo Bobby and Julie Aan la Waverly. .Brown. potted by ...
Lake Wales.
,he can fly too. He has They were
nurseries been taking flying Instructionfor entertained by the former Attend PUlleD Play SHOWS UP AGAIN
BONNY '! six months, paying for the nephew, Charles Stsnlsnd and The Rev. and Mrs. Harold Non-Patented 95
921 .. new york lessons with his allowance and Paul Nemclk of Babson Park Brown and family of Bushnell The dress that bares one 1
NURSERY 838 lake. holllngiwortfi I money earned mowing lawns with a color film on Hswsii. visited his mother Mrs. Adoe shoulder Is showing up In resort Standard Varieties

Lake Bonny Drive !and shoveling snow. However, Visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Brown, and the group attend wear. This Is a pretty Including Peace, Mirondy,
Bobby won't be able to solo for Howard Thornton were her ed the Passion Play at Lake
Dixie Place we J.w.gr..n (four more years as the minimum nephew and niece, Mr. and Wales. safe indication that It will Charlotte Armstrong In 2 Gal. Cant

CLOSED SUNDAY give stomps I age for a student licenseIs Mrs. Jack Richardson of Highland Arriving this weekend for pear again as a summer ap-I AND MANY OTHIR VARIETIES AVAILABLE
; 18. City. a visit with Mr. and Mrs. Ion.
.I! L. C. Stanland and family
members are her sister and CURRIE'S TREE ROSES 0 7M
Specializing in Upholstery, .r. family Mr. and Mrs. H. 7

(j and Slip Cover Fabrics Johnson and Gene and Linda HOME PORTRAITS
Drapery J.OJc I
Ann. of Alamo Ga. They will .III M .....W M _., teMr. "THE DUCHESS OF CYPRESS"Asalee
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\Jat Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Johnson f .,"1"'_ MU ....... Named for FLORIDA CYPRESS GARDENS.A .

< P (1J llip Ja61l n.. $ ., Yvonne_ Glen_and Jef-. the light famous pink flower Due. de- Rohn.Sport of

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H-C LAKELAND LEDGER, Sunday, March 12, tNt I '

Searchers For Yellow Camellias I I

I Say Once-Elusive Goal In Sight .

ONTARIO Calif -A fascinating only the basic colors of red Thus, any attempt to obtain
scientific manhunt ii and while has spurred the a yellow camellia through \ r .
underway for a yellow camellia search for a yellow cametlf crossing with a wild species,
The search Ii an old The color revolution In roses a* was don wllh the rowe, ;
one, an elusive one, but the occurred when French breeder seems now to be indefinitely
trail seems to be gelling 1'e1'llf'1.DuclIfor successful postponed .
warm. crooned the Hybrid. PerpetuaAntnfne There Is a possibility that
Geneticists already have .Ducher with pollen of nature Itself could produce a By HAZEL HALEYIn
probed deep Into the mysteriesand a wild yellow roe native 10 yellow camellia In this country a season highlighted
miracles of plant reproductive Persia. and thereby ohtamm similar to that reported In
frivolous Lakeland
processes to come up the beautiful lunsebgoM Soleil North Viet Nam Most of the scripts,
with tome startling new data dOrBehind a camellias w* have In the U.S. tIe Theater has 1
and theories all of which! lead Bamho Curtain belong to the species japonica changed pace with Its i
the experts to conclude that How do hybridists hope to There Is evidence that some of William Inge' i I
the real question about yellow Introduce an entirely new color of the seedlings and mutation Back, Little Sheba" an I
camellia. la not 'can It be into camellias It \Is (ropedthat
(sports) of the japonica species winning drama of great
done'" but rather when will when the factor for yellow .
contain Invisible tracesof tinction with an
1If done" Is Introduced Into camelll 1
yellow pigment, therefore reputation
This IntrijlulolnlPmatklllal species (japonica" and retlcu
some new recombination ofgenes
scientific: quest is two-prenged: lass with their spectacular Author Inge I I. regarded
succeed In Intensifying
might -
there' the search for a wild size and form all shades of one of the three greatest
yellow camellia specie" ; and yellow along with peach, or- the yellow color ing American ;
Tract Of Yellow Seen
there's the hope of achievement ane. gold, scarlet and vermilion along with Tennessee
In the meantime, Dr Clifford
through crou-hreeding ran also be bred Into ca and Arthur Miller. A ;
R, Parks a geneticist
and selection of a hybrid yellow media Award winner was our "
who devotes all of his time to
.Dowered camellia Early efforts were made by Dark at the Top of
The latter course, at least at Robert Fortune and other the work of the Camellia Research Stairs"; another favorite

present, seems to be the more British plant explorers beginning Advisory Committee, his "Picnic. Like
promising. about the middle of the Is attempting to produce a and Shakespeare, he ;
Only Two Basic Colon l ItIII! century, Rumors of yet yellow flower within the species an audience with problems
Since the beginning of re low camellias existing In Japonica, and by crossing solve and decisions to
corded time, camellias have Southeast Asia and North VietNam japonica with other species at the end of the play. ; : !
had just two basic colors red sent the late Ralph S. His studies indicate thatmasked "Sheba" Is our I :
and white Nature has made Peer of Los Angeles, a member yellow pigment does, play, the time of year
the most of these two colors, of the Camellia Research Indeed, exist In many of our we ask you to sign up .
producing variations of clear Advisory Committee of the japonica camellias. An expertIn next season, both old
reds and pink as well as soft California Arboretum Foundation color separation In flowers, and new one, so that we "

tones of both on exploratory trips Into Parks' studies hopefully may give you your same seats, .
In the variegated flowers, those areas Before anything enable the committee to select give you choice ones
these tame shades of red, definite could be established, the best varieties for crossingto wise Curtain time 1 II S:30
pink and white are blended to however, that section of IndoChina develop yellow color In
Tuesday, Wednesday,
achieve genuinely spectacular fell Into the hands of camellias
day and of
results in design, distributionand the Communists and the yellow The search for the fabled week Friday nights I
at the Civic
clarity of markings camellia, if one exists, yellow camellia Is one of the Theater
However, the fact that roses became lost behind the bamboo main project of the Camellia
The box office Is
were once considered to have curtain Research Advisory Committee open
day through Friday from
a group which includes
until 3 for advance
the Nobel Prize winning plant
physiologist, Dr. James Bon tions and changes

ner; Dr. David L. Armstrong, Story Plot
Introducer of the famed sun-
tolerant Flirtation camellia; The story concerns Doc
\ Dr Walter Lammert and Lola and the deep.

Howard Asper, along with frustration of their ; '
other prominent botanist and Doc an alcoholic forced
II I I horticultural expert abandon his hopes of ;
Seek Fragrance, Too ing a doctor, and Lola a
The introduction of a yellow and stupid housewife
camellia, the developmentof these roles are two
t more camellia fragrance, Theater standouts Dick
greater weather hardiness and net and Lilly Sclortino.
of earlier.flowering hybrid all 'lives Auburndale, and
are among the priority projects travels for part of the \
of this famous group. so his appearances on I
A recent milestone was the stage are rare but

", successful pollination by Asper occasions
;t L of the camellia species pit. He was brilliant as
rdil with pollen from tutcher- Darrow in "Inherit the Wind.
la spectabills, a flower from Lilly is a woman of
1 the Theaceas family which has roles. When she is not In
distinctively yellow petals play: she doe any Job
Seeds which resulted were needs her . props,
\ uccesfully germinated and, robe, stage manager; name
although there may be some and Lilly has don it.
doubt about It, there are serves on the board of
strong Indications that true tor. Programs for each
1 hybrldlty has been effected. ar* also bar retponitblUty. I
Such a hybrid excites the are .,also her
). Imagination because it win She won a Hammy two
represent the first time knownto son ago a* Mrs Jacoby
any member of the Re- "A Majority of One." 0"I I
search Committee that the Newcomer
genus Camellia has been sueessfully Newcomer to our
crossed with another are the Harold Messes
genus of the Theaceae family. have fine backgrounds I II
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AND NOW TO SLEEP-Complete relaxatlon-and the right

kind of mattress-will help you get your required seven to W4
eight hour of sleep each night ; ,'

Nursing Director Gives; f D. ii-"G (

Good Sleep SuggestionsBy .-

Inner-spring mattresses,containing

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Health Is the foundation of
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beauty When health wane
four vital point of the body 9100
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necessary for relaxation so I

There for are vibrant three main health requisites _- vital mattresses to sound sleeping,. Uneven 3Lsr 2\\ AIR

sound nutrition, exercise, and provide poor tamattKllinjpstmjLf
enough sleep. Most people give support so that some muscles ,

sleep the least thought, even are never able to relax no
though It Is a vital beauty matter what position the body -C ]
necessity, too. assumes.

Studies show that the average Mattresses that sag not only )
a person requires from fail to support your body
seven to eight hours sleep a with firm and accommodating Backed
night. To help you get your resiliency but Miss Hannon +
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by clinging to your /
of Nursing at the Hospitalfor contours, they build ,up a faction./
Joint Diseases In New cushion of heat under you. MODEL ACL 9I
York City, has some suggestions Since Innerspring mattresses /
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The body put the brain to obtaining that seven hours .

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back and forth between the Lowman, In care of The
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Justine Hannon believe areas above recessed bath
that the kind of mattress you tubs I II by Installing easy.to-
have can make a big differ- clean melamlne-coated wall Gable
ence In the quality of your panels available In the new
deep. Many people sleep on a Panelboard tub kits, the first
mattress that Is too hard or do-It.yourself kits ever createdfor
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oJ I 12-Hour Race CLASSIFIED

: .
\ LAKEIAND LEDGER, Sunday, March 22, 1964 1-D
"IBRING' Fla. (AP-Mike ing not only set a speed record five laps ahead of the closest Bob Johnson of Columbus Ohio:wall, spreading flames as I It
{ i P and Umberto for Sebring but completed the new Ford Cobras which bad and sent Johnson to a St. Petersburg went

yt July working togejier most miles ever for a winner challenged the foreign cars during hospital. Earlier, two other drivers

for the first time, drove here. much of the race. With Johnson at the controls were hospitalized when their

powerful new Ferrari to rec- Parkes and Magltoll, who escaped Less than an hour before the and running fourth the racer racers overturned on the sharp

ora course victory Saturdaynight the mechanical troubles finish, a spectacular wreck In collided with an Alfa Romeo hairpin turns that mark the 5.2
In an injury-riddled 12- that plagued some of the other front of the main grandstand driven by Consalvo Sanesl of' mile course at the old World

hour Sebring Grand Prix road, 12-cylinder rear-engine prototype 'eliminated the Cobra team of Italy. The cars burst Into War II air base Nips

race. Ferraris finished almost Dan Gurney of Mesa, Calif and flames. One careened into a pit Johnson co-driving with( Dan
JuParkes flashed across the fin- _.
fcpine! well ahead of the Italian .... .,c. .' Gurney OT Costa Mesa, Ca 1 if..I Spring

,team of Ludovico Scarf iottl and ...., ,)t.ii. was in a Ford Cobra which was the Detroit

,Nino Vaccarella, both of Milan. .. running fourth behind three new Including
Defending champion John Sur- i ;/", il { style rear engine Ferraris and Lakeland
.. ,. was leading the Grand Touring earnest
U tees of England, teamed with .. '' "t ) Bong
: .
4,Lorenzo Bandinl of Italy was Division town ) with

; ..third.apt J ; :a iI : '! ; : Sanest was driving an Alfa training b the eighth

was the sixth time in seven f, i/ }:. ,', .' 1.it\\" ; i; f;" X:& f"I w Romeo In a smaller engine division port. gave the
A years that a Ferrari has won the """" 4 '" ,11i' ,;" ", ',i' As has 5.2 exhibi
IIS. road racing classic and It ; past, the Tigers.
j| Johnson BurnedA
"*I was by far the most impressive ; : ;t'i'.'i'\ land team third
HYtetory. It marked the first time \ \ if. spokesman for the Cobra much Bengals
team laid Johnson was burned
Jin the event's 14 year history : of Tigers season.
jSthat the Italian-made Ferraris on the head, arms and legs but various had tied

swept all three top places was conscious and a doctor who gers for I of the
examined film at the race with
} :T; Set Record course, reported he probably er major some came the

Parkes, a year-old London was not seriously hurt although teams as Then he
bachelor who works as an automotive his burns will be painful. squads Is and

engineer when not rac- LY,1rtF Sanest was reportedly less seriously the final Lake

.I ;r An observer burned.said another car. the until top the his

11 k Casper Leads sS moving along pit road at the Syracuse their In-

9 time, veered Into the pit wall as Coast
) the flames burst out and Knoxville of York

.. Doral I Open knocked down three mechanics ly League To-
\ Indicated final roster
Fragmentary reports be In
they were only bruised and Usually clash with
( ) Plump
Billy shot five-under- did not require hospltallzatlon. and on
Casper a
A race track spokesman said Jamestown
67 on a wet and in Washing
par set until
gusty winds Saturday to surge FLIPS DURING RACI-A Vol. PI 100, M.n by Art Trtn.ll .0 So...*., M.,.., flip Johnson was pulled from the fire the season Beach.

J1.from seventh place to the lead during Sabrina U Hew InaWiw Rees ytr4r-y *t Sabrlna.. Tittm.ll ( rrw) ti balsa resereined by Jocko Magglacomo of Pough- of Lakeland) I '
Ia the third round of the $50,000 ky a ar karr. H* wl Inj.r**' *n4 Sakes r* Si. Prrakvrf HM itl. Hii Mrtnw wl GunnarI Ingisad keepsie and Duluth at
Doral Open Golf Tournament.Ca.per' lslwW Caihf. AP Winpk4rF The yellow flag went out for their rosters Houston
the cars still on the course reducing the
| S4-hole score of 207 same time.
line under par for the 7.028-! MAJOR LEAGUE ROUNDUPYanks the chance of a record termined Angeles
speed which was anticipated as Lakeland.
I yard course, dislodged Jack AI
iNicklaus, Rex Baxter and Bob three fast new Ferrari prototypes Thomasvllle added to

I Shave who had shared the top Get Revenge set the pace all the way. A crowd.
Ferrari had a fourth prototypeup
x>t.f ; summer
front most of the day but it be the
f Baxter took an even par Tind of the
went out as dusk fell on the
dropped a stroke behind mer. Gail
I Casper at 208. Jack Rule, riding 12-mile course. will manage starter
f. 68 up the ladder, went Into i a Pound Sandy KoufaxFORT I Some of the top drivers met The club of runs
(three way deadlock for third with 111 luck early In the race. Tigers

Fblace with Nlcklaus and Shave Pedro Rodriguez of Mexico City Rawls Roberts
[ settled for 73s. LAUDERDALE shoved his Ferrari in front of a pair of
Bradenton 3-1
-the odd double- 4,105, Including former President
shot eight birdies and (AP-The New York Yankees header left St. Louis with a record Dwight D. Eisenhower. 'enske on one of the wide turns Tied For Jerry

bogeys during a strong got a measure of revenge Saturday of seven victories In nine at the start of the second lapland
| erratic round. for their four straight defeats spring games.A Juan Marlchal allowing only led much of the race until in the
tho Snead and Joe Lopez an In the 1963 World Series fly ball dropped by rookie,one hit in five innings was the he began having engine trouble perature a single

[ club pro from MI- by downing the Los Angeles Bob Tolan set up the winningrun ,winning pitcher. after 100 miles. He finally retired oared a passed

wound up the third round lodgers and their ace pitcher, off Dick Lemay, fourth Red. Leading the Giant attack were from the race, but promptly and Kathy .'. dou-
tie for sixth at 210 after Sandy Koufax, 1-3. bird pitcher who issued t walk rookie outfielders Jesus Alou was mustered In as relief of the second 1 bounce
and Arlo driver for David Piper of London n's Western I
rounds ot 73 and 72, Roger Marls third man up In that was followed by PaulBlair' Engel. with first Powell's
re.pective-I decisive l.fl 4>4fl<,lM4 (A) 111 141 441-14 || in a Ferrarl-Berllnetta. a at left
Both 51. the first clouted single.
ly. are inning, home LM An4M 1111. 404 see SelL IMirlolial a Winds
Arnold Palmer and Gary run with Bobby Richardson on I imr4 ore M4 411 441-4 II O'DoII IS). L..... 171 ..d Car BurnsA first base
seL.u.e"5'1 404 oaf 404 f/oo-a 14 I M all..r, Chan, D. LM ",. murmtttu miles per
Player, who with Nlcklaus have first for the two runs that put Krawlw. a (41. CrunM (71. Mari .II) ami ....,*..* W-Marshal, L- Ferrari operated by Buck moved Into
11I, lUrtttt (II) In4 H y, P. n.Un) c...... two hit-
made up "The Big Three, the Yanks ahead to stay. 1)1 (.' 4l.nt, It) Mmnx 14 I Fulp, young Anderson, S.C., tex sweaters
Hi : Tigers.
were far behind.' Four singles and messed up LMTtay. 4n4 R.ttuttt. W-(IwMM tile heir caught fire and burned. shorts and
Palmer could do no bet cut-off play at first base: Nfl>4 nilH-4V LMlh ..."..* U, Braves Nip Twins Fulp moved In with Rodriguez Scenic Hills have pitch

ter than 73. He Is a stroke over resulted in three more runs off but soon had to park the Mexlcan's First a sore
par for the lUwt* route at 217 Koufax In the secofld. RED SOX WIN ORLANDO (AP) The car because of overheat sen, who I' ..

Player leads him by three The Dodgers got one run backin TUCSON Ariz. (AP-Catcher Milwaukee for 12 Innings Braves In battled an exhibition uphill ing. en's par with Yankees Dick .Egan to-

strokes at 214. the fifth when Mickey Mantle Bob Tillman drove In four run baseball game Saturday Paddy Hopklrk of Ireland Flip- ran into a

topped a fly ball. Three singles with a home run and a double before downing the Minnesota ped his Austln-Healey on one of tree and 414-S S e
Gold Win brought in two more scores Inthe and Bill the hairpin turns but walked dropped her ,w_ I .*
Tens : Monbouquette pitched Twins "A" team 98 on a one- : : / II) ana
next inning. :five-hit ball for away uninjured. The car did not p 1 ace. r)4ir's; :: ,; :. ( ), 4Jllar
seven innings to out sacrifice fly by rookie Infielder (T).
FSU Squad Tilt I Koufax, who hadn't been spark the Boston Red Sox to a Lee Bales. get back Into the race. The

scored on before this spring 10-1 victory over the Cleveland The Braves spotted the Twinsa With an (0-degree sun baking I ed to read

TALLAHASSEE (APQu.r.terback struck out five and walked three Indians Saturday. I .-0 lead In the first two innings -:the concrete and asphalt raceway layers take /

Steve Tensl's Gold team during his six innings. : The Indians cot their run In ll Harmnn Kltlphi..... until nightfall, pit stops (CST) for a

defeated quarterback Ed Pritch- AI Downing, the winner who the fifth Inning when Joe Azcue belied hi. first homer of"the exhibition : were frequent: Most were for ''of golf forced m'l
ett's Garnet team 10-7 in Florida went five innings for the doubled [tires and fuel, but some were was
I moved to third on an season with two on and Thursday's
State University's annual spring Yankees, was touched for only infield out and scored on JerryWalker's Earl Battey added a solo hom- for major repairs. : ) The
football game yesterday. three hits. He also walked three bunt. : 27-12
The two quarterbacks have LOS "v"oO.m (N) see 052 550-5 4 5Maw er.The last
) ale 404 N,5: I
for Boston scored three runs In Twins were shut out aft- game
been battling all spring N.Waa M,0.1) "< C.milH'
.. '., Mk..Nes. N,, Me1N :l5 1| the second when Lu Clinton and er the fourth while the Braves prac-
Coach Bill Peterson's starting ..d M__. w-o.w...... '-".......
next fall. N..r1. IY5-JIM rMY M.... Ed Bressoud singled Tlllman pecked away, tying it in the
assignment doubled ninth on a walk to Ossle all on
Les Murdock's 25-yard field and Chuck Schilling singled Virgil
goal in the fourth quarter meant Mets Romp, 8.1 I off rookie Floyd Weaver, and singles by Felipe Alou, showed
Gene Oliver and rookie Rico running
for the Gold team. the second of four Cleveland
victory ST: PETERSBURG (AP) fans.
iltchers.04TOM .
Tensl completed eight of Ron: Hunt, Bob Taylor and r ; Iie
pass attempts for 144 yards, including Frank Thomas lashed out three CLSVSLNe. .,:. Ill see see ass 411 505--14 111 II Carty homered with one on Blues
a 40-yard touchdownpass hits each in the 17-hit attack that MMM..w/w. ....... II, area Till. for the Braves and went four- ;
._.. .._ showed
"' II. 51rM.MMM.nMwwtN.
to end Don Floyd In the gave the New York Mets an 8-1: no aMd II..... "'- a.- for-four, also Including a triple r
first quarter. of exhibition baseball victory Saturday WeerN rYns-.aMR.. TII.\ :: ':.= 'A' III 441 144 IN 411 404 401 404=4 4 il IS I ICarml I ti I bowed.

Pritchett completed eight over the Chicago White NMft (.), Rlkant, (T), TW.naiMr .
17 attempts for 114 yards. in- Bruins Beat Giants 'Is) and ...., O....... Lather a. >r twice on
Sox.Jay ,4). IM.ia (T), Dail. (14) .n< latlay.i'aitoy. a bit of
cluding an 80-yard touchdown Hook pitched well as the .,, (1s). W-TNMaw.. L-

pass to end John Wachel the tarter for the New Yorkers, MESA Ariz. (AP) The Chi M_ wa-Mlawh... c...... M/.0/ a fumble awry
second quarter. giving up three hits In five in cago Cubs packed six doubles -_... ai,Hss.w. .....,.
Freshman fullback Dee Nar- nings. The reliever, Galen Cisco -' and two home runs Into a 22-hit

remor gained 79 yards to 22 was wild, walking two and barrage against three San Francisco Cards Nip A'sB 7.eat set

carries for the Gold team. hitting two batsmen. pitchers Saturday to blast by Spur-up

CMICAOA (A) maN all 4II-I I' the Giants B team 157. RADEN TON (AP) A
oat 14. 4 It *
Phils Blank NatsCLEARWATERAP [s w, uter YORK. 1.,....404(.), (MnK-(T) MeCarre.wl Ernie Banks hit his first three-run third Inning carriedthe
MM*. &M4 (I), soar It) 4H. a
Tar1.r. I spring homer off loser Bob Gari St. Louis Cardinals to a 3-2 HAR-
) >-Mwkl a.-T.'_ baldi for three of the Cubs four exhibition victory over the Kan- ; halfback

Jim Bunning and Ryne Duren Buts Win In 14thFT. runs In the opening Inning. ass City Athletics Saturday.Bill ; a j
combined on a two-hitter Saturday I Winner Lary Jackson yielded White singled home two a : : for the

In pitching the Philadelphia MYERS (AP) Julio a three-run homer to Matty runs against Bob Anderson in Soph
i Phillies to a 4-0 exhibition baseball -Gotsy doubled In the winningrun Alou In the second before the Giants the third and the final run of

victory over the Washington in the 14th Inning Saturday' scored again in the third rowed on a wild pitch. Anderson Allen

I Senators. to give the Pittsburgh Pirates a and added a pair In the fourth worked the first four In- ., and
Bunning worked the first 6-5 exhibition baseball victoryover to take a 7-4 lead. 'Ings and gave up six of the Car for
Innings and was touched for a the Cincinnati Reds. Third baseman Ron Santo dinals' seven hits.

line single by Don Blasingameand Pittsburgh opened the scoring,who shifted to second base in .T. LOUIS ISO 444 441-1 T IKAN4A4
infield hit by Dick Phil Bob Kennedy's CITY 41* 414 55.-s t ITaykv
an in the second when Gene Alley head coach experiment
55,4.15.0 n> MiMiarmyo n) ..
In the first Inning. He then find to i. J.k .. .f Griffin, .
lips hit his fifth home run with one' to a successor aM M.C.rv m Ana Wiralt ITO. ) IITIN' THI DUST- ,
.. ...
W-ilYIN/M .
before a.I.'a
ell *
I In a row -
retired 18 batters aboard. 'I the late Ken Hubbs, and rookie wily while ping tfcrmtli the "MMI" 'urine the .
over a 4-0 lead to Duren. had four hits each. _",, City., *Mll.,
turning In the The Bucs scored again in the Billy Cowan ......... t.....,. (AP Wii4pn4t
I Duren allowed two fifth on a wild pitch, in the 10th Santo had a double and three

I last three inningsIWAIMINaTON ass. See '.-M 5INLDLINA on a two-run homer by Jerry singles, Cowan three singles and ._
ate JOt ears ? 5RYtlNM. Lynch, and In the 12th on a run- a home run. '

._. arY.rr. Je.1Y1M 111.I.".. .AMN...(.lTaM Burn producing single by Roberto Cle- saw L'r"!_.a au_ 555t h'T u II'C' a : :: I.:
... Trace.,. .aln.sM' (1) w- mente. O.nNrMYAMeN .... -... *.
Sr5utlalh.SATYSDATY c..II' J__. Ia/.N 151. .
SYnnM /sl M .
(A) >
The Reds got single runs In ..0..... 151 aM Mofd_.kN .-.. .- (N) S II
COLUO' ....a"LL the third and fifth innings then III._tt1JIYn.wNtMw.Sawl-..= .. ANIChw.N. /. / ,
'.' ,,_.. 4U
w .
I .Him ww 4.4, Ok. IUI4 *-!. tied it up with two out in the sang CwM.Errors 4anatla't

.T.N.wa: 'fir':.-=.::..N err.a.7ulaM ninth on a solo homer by Frank Aid Colts ,..
YeLwMana star e t.AuYMw Robinson. Catcher Larry Himes t ;""S.IN) I.
f, V.M lauUiarflBasketball M1a IIIMIa 5. I. came home on a sacrifice fly in 4 :" : I
/ewt.w 4.
....... err U. Ten.a.e, f.s COCOA (AP) The Houston B" 4.
...... CNrsn trM the 10th and Marty Keough hita 5.
err 12 19 hits .
.... ... .. Colts rapped out 4 I
_.err I.... .,.,.Ynw. 1.1 of ..weltsOwl solo home run in the 12th. off three Minnesota pitchers and .''' (A)
,,,. i e.Mlniutt Set rte 505 let 44-4 II I
s e. Pn *yrK 424m4M 141 41-4 III received unexpected aid from "'"' r.
,:;: 1t'r. *
err 1 MnwN
1 Ala. Jeff Talbott II
Mdesalli.. (I). P.r.MlM Ml ._ rookie outfielder
M (141 serN (11) 414 Mwanl*. Nmtw. In beating the Twins InnlmM).
III, 4Mr Saturday I: I :
Scores .41. IrenbShMtlr 14)119 AIM..... IL.LetLwMen.suses "B" team W-l., !; : ,).

aayussar'S YOVSNAM.NT :: ... tO.rN. NM111N11.N..h. Talbott's four errors In right 'at ....,_as,.
.. TO. ._..104 ssab.r.rw.MMatl.t.rMh- field let In six Houston runs. He :
.L. 51. NCAA MMa.w IIMI'INAL N.L Cards Lose In 12th dropped two fly balls and let
C ... "._NCAATh.ra. fear ... two base hits get through him. : ,r. 'bI 0.T'....._...

( 1. aiI (AP MIN esoTA "." 444 tee 414_ I S IHOUITOM L Man--
....... 114, Nantaa *u* M .... >4I 10 "_IT U ICimlnc I "
NITh Despite two homers and a single LrM r II). Wh.m II)..".* ; 4t West
.. .
.. M. N.I7 VSlTuSUr..* M. by Phil Gagliano, the St. erNM eaaffJ.h..a 111. W-JM.M.. r"/.a 101. 5.s/........-. Al er...
C""O'MIO Cardinals lost a 12 inning
MMV 44. Naw Waatra M Louis
NATIONAL JUNIOrJ COILS*)* exhibition baseball game Satur Giants On RampagePALM
'_*. lMaM.1 .... _...>.. (HI) N, day to the Baltimore Orioles II SM *l
Leh AM n. ILtNIBowling ..... SPRINGS Calif AP
... ... ( ) AT WilT
,.... Tnaa, '.LotO 43.Because the Redbirds split -The rampaging San Francisco McAULim STIALS-D c. McAnliH (1) steal. SM**.** fell' end. ", I i *4r| ...

their vanity Into squads of Giants made It eight exhibition base .. She fMrtk fmlt .f.i.... tk. CiMmMrl IfaMafl. krrritWy. ftw ilui... *. c. : 41 ram

Scores equal strength to play two wins In a row Saturday, bombing Af hf, Me..IiH. stets tlM fee sassed. white ikwto** .4 keep haw .. .._
at the same time-the the Los Angeles Angels 10-1 l U*> C........, _... ff wiala brew ky cttckar Jobs l..Vr*i.latkwf pKa4 .f H..|
games .nwIe:: ;...,_ .... ... .
On 5-B la ton
Page [ other group beat Kansas City at before an overflow crowd of up ff\ It 44C4O4. I.k*t4)fl>*4j P.f. .-. e.....".. grabs C'_... .. CUM*** CuM k

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Jets Obtain McDanielIn iI Redlegs Rip

Nine-Player TradeNEW I Bengals 86I I

YORK (AP-Ths Nn, Weeb Ewbank. the Jets mach By JACK SLAYTON '

York Jets sent five players tIthe said Wahoo McDaniel. a middle Ledger Sports Editor
Denver linebacker from Oklahoma tot off for the Cincn-
Broncos exchange Redleg homers and Tiger mlscuee paid
verslty was the key man h> the|
I for four Saturday in a trade believed trade and that the rest of the] acid Redlegs here Friday with an M exhibition .baseball victor

to be the biggest ever deal grew out of the Jets' efforts over Detroit before 1.73S Henley Field ton*.
made In the American Football to get hint 'I 4 The Redlega battered Tiger hurlers Phil Regan and Dew

League. The Jets also received GonrjHoli. 1'N Wickersham for a pair of homer and a coetly Bengal
defensive tackle; Bob r.I .. permitted twa more Reds to score In the fourth. I

man, att-AFL safety man la The Tigers hat a pair horn-
19(3, and Gene Prebola, a tight 1 era of their own at : Cash! Edwards forced Coleman. A
end. All four players have. bees homered In the fourth to end waft to former Detroit Tiger
-I in the AFL four aeaaona and the Tiger runlesa string at 12 Steve Bores loaded the bases.
were Denver regulars last Inningi while Willie Horton Pitcher Jim Maloney greund.

yearDenver. t slammed a homer twoA players .. t* Jerry Umpe, who let
tot two Jet rtruUrvguard later- towering drive over the the ball go between his kg

Aid Fouraet pI-dirfra-' 0l COMIS SCOOTW HOMl.N.. I.., C1..Ma.N Km IUM ...." sense ..... le .eeal phie a u.p/n Lse center field fence. for an error and Robinson

sive tackle Charity Janerett:1' alit.. ..... '--0, sidle ....., .... n clack Isah/g ..ir DIM we sage the play. (L..sw iMcklM fun .. ..'. ,.*... by Regan was tagged by Frank and Edwards scored. Regtg

Jim Prime an outside Hneb ca .tr ...e ..... ..h DeMIt T..... At t.*.. 'sicker Mih.cs. N.eha) Robinson for a lint homer In retired the next hitter.

,er who played nyulartr part l: -.. ... ahrw '"- No. ......ldsr ',U..., s.....,. the second. Two WMarnet Cash and Horton homered and
the 1963 season. Dick GMnman.]t ----- runs came off him hi the the Tigers pruned the lead to
defensive tackle ami pUotkMs'' 3-2 in their half of the
fourth. Otherwise' be turned fourth.
.er who was Nw port's leadint''Ehnaugle NamedTo ARMY NIPS Lakeland In a five-Inning effort, the :Detroit tied the score In the

6 t IK" ,parolee last srason, anJ EJ; first five-lanlog pitching Job :fifth on a walk to pinchhlttw
Cooke a linebacker and deka-l FIC Squad NYUNotches by a Tiger this spring. 'Jake Wood a single by Don

Great Wef t. shy ,live end Detroit will be on the East Demeter and Lumpe's infield
DEI>ND (AP-Rick Barry of
fit sad IfeeMyIECINNIKS I Defeats Coast until Wednesday when
Saxton-Ferris Win Miami and Ralph Tiger of Jack they return to Henley Field to out.Dave Wickersham hurled the
WILCOMI sonvffle University, who made Houston Colt 45 Frank sixth and the Reds moved out
the *
Shuffle play
Toumey I the An Florida Intercollegiate front again on a double
OPEN will take his by
.. Third NIT Crown Lary probably
Ethel Saxtoa and Ferris Conference basketball team as
RobinsonA Keough and Boroa single
':30 AM.. 11:00 P.M. win third turn on the mound against!
RENTAL CLUISCENTER teamed to the Thursday sophomores a year ago repeat Houston. It will be Houston'sfirst But the Tigers grabbed the
Draw-Your-Partner shuffle tourney ed at Juniors en the team announced
lead for.the first time In their
at the Civic Center courts yesterday. NEW YORK (AP)-Bradley'. scoring almost at will after appearance In Lakeland.
half of the sixth. Willie
double In the Huron
I with a SS-M victory over Kath- Barry broke the conference 33-22 halftime advantage snappy play On Thursday the World Champion -
holding a
I Braves, combining Joe Straw. seventh killed off a budding singled to left and Dick Mo '
l Inning Los Angeles Dodgers will
@ critic and Rame record for 52 .
Adamy Harry scoring one game den all-around play with an Robinson Knight rally Friday be here with Don Dryadale already Auliffe sacrificed. Don Wirt
in the finals. Jacksonville and for
v against aggressive ball hawking de- Tart Named MVP night at Henley Field and nominated to start for singled Horton home and liikt
The winners took home the one season 377 and was also .
rambled to
fence a surprisingly toarke'a double down
the Lakeland Drea d- the
gasoline prize. the top rebounder with 162. He The second seeded Braves gave LA. Extra bleachers will be kit
easy 88-M basketball victoryover naughts a 3-2 Western Conference added and the and field line chased Wert home''I
They also eliminated Kitty was selected as the league's bewildered New Mexico and New Mexico seeded fourth Tigers Dodgers -
win over the Knights put Detroit ahead. 14.A .
and of the West will be shooting to break
Rowe and J. E. Norton 411. most valuable player. Saturday afternoon for their!
left Lakelandwith single by Leo Cans
1740 New The victory the mark of (
Tempo Hwy. and Agnes Carter and Harry Tbier was the runner up in third National Invitation Tournament ern Athletic Conference battled single game 4,022
walk and
mark la Western Coleman'i
685-0613 Blakey. S8-54 Adamy.Rame scoring with 265 points four championship evenly for the first It minutes a set April 4, 1962 against the single i tai
Conference baseball competi enter tied the
score for the
Jamie Jackson eliminated Arch Fancher and Then Eddie Jackson and Bobby New York Yankees
more than Tim Ebnaugle of
The Braves previously won Lion and M In Group 4 play Reds In the seventh.
( West hot 14 Just prior to Friday's
Bill Brewer. 3634A got scoring game
Golf Proresnoael Florida
Southern only senior on
the NIT In 1957 and 1960. Stohn's The Dreadnaughta clash with Cincinnati broke the tit
field of 20 courts was In I the first team. Stetson's Bill Mints between them. That the Tigers announced catche'ohn
Is the only other team the Chamberlain! Chiefs .here I with three big runs In the
PlayWANTED. I Heater and Miami's John Dampier leloed take the Braves from a Burrows been assigned -
with three< titles -3 l'fJead. Tuesday at 7:10: p.m. In a ninth. Pete Rose, firmer
1413 deficit to a to Tli rtown. He was a firs
......... .... .. .. ..... AD save rounded Etanaugle out the are first juniors.team. Army finished third despite their biggest margin in the first Group 4 game. Following the :year' man and was drafted from Tampa Tarpon, evened witha

larry Kramer's sparkling per half. Chamberlain game they will the Baltimore Orioles organize triple to center and tallied
For one of the few times In
= : conference history, a freshman, formance, nipping NYU eo.G9on Levern Tart 6foot-2 senior not be home until April 3 en Mel Queen's long saerffic
when host the Winter Haven tion.Robinson
they Robinson
fly. singled and Terry
Richard Pruett of Jacksonville. Mike Sillimans Jump was named the tournament'i sent Cincinnati out
= MEN-WOMEN : made the second team. At (- with eight seconds left Most Valuable Player. He scored Blue Devils. front with a line homer to Banderas raa for him.' After .
Ronnie Wade held the Knights
eet-f. he was one of the league's Strawder, afoot 9 senior, 54 points in three games to six hits. In the Robinson! open the Redleg second. He Coleman Died lilt, Keough
/ torn MM I* to St M S.Chill. ..". M tallest men.Rounding. completely dominated his expected singled off Don Wert's glove blasted a Ewe-run homer te
...nl"" ,i. MIe, .... ..Pn..r.w..s't _..... seventh Bucky Jeffcoat eon of right to furnish the Reds with
........ .. out the second team battle with New Mexl former Chicago Cub-and Cincinnati to open the fourth and stopped
't.O.v.r.. ........tfUHtm....... .natal a.r M..er,1Y klf than$11'N.......k .mnth......._N...i.tar 5n!. were Bob Bowman of Florida co' Ira Harge Harge a 6-foot WH at second en Goofy Cole.man's the victory margin.
........ ,_'''' / Mvan..M.nf. _.... P51.taw. -.... .1 Estridge Redleg hurler Hal Jeffcoat, With one out In the Tg! r
foul trouble
into to
{lltl. M >kMlkll>M ": I Southern; Doyle Andrews tampa 8 senior got opened with a triple to center. single right. Marty
.uf :e.* s.. = = = ..... TIt. _.. : Larry Kessler, Miami, and early in the first half and fouled Dickie Marsh grounded to Kenny Keough popped up and John ninth George Smith doubled to
: Q0 :::: N:= .M fw -= ...: .n..at N = ..... etson's Tom Barnard. out with 13:37 left after scoring Deal who threw to first to eft When rookie Catcher Larry
... ML. ,. .. .Y Nab -. Polk limes threw wild past OToole,
t Ii. Ih* L.t and .Nat ..., ..d s.h.M. Just eight points. Cop Prep let him. But when Jeffcoat
sI"rio 555 == T: =: ::: I Smith came all the way In to
.. N : MMn.lNln lid Strawder finished with tried to score he was doubledon
Fw Pane lltfkrnuMkn _s nit ft k*. N 211 score
IMII ll<< Ml 'iM, fill kul pawn lid null .. krtk -TO..r.fkT"lk FortneySherwoodWin points and helped bottle up a throw from Joe Shelnut to
.. .
.lw full "_ __ Regan went
pMl M I VMirMlLINCOLN Golf '
of their TitlesLAKE
k .. Lobos blocking catcher Bobby Gates Jeffcoat don
::. Shuffle MeetBob bullpen and worked
eN.w-ACT Nowt N shots.The. rammed into Gates but the his
Crowing curve ball after
and Sherwood Lobos went Into the game Lakeland catcher held onto the his
: Fortney Ray S-lnnlng stint. Bill Free-
SERVICE, 5.0.. ZI = teamed to win the Friday with one of the best defenses I Inthe WALES Mulberry'sMichael baD for the putout. Wade ban WIt struck In the bead bya
Ptkhi, IIHiMit: Draw.Y o u r Partner shuffle nation having allowed only Estridge and the Winter whiffed Marty Bray to end the throw and didn .
... ... .... Haven High School Blue Devils play yesterday
11 111. II.any. of v.+.. .._-_ _Pans t....and.... .......5 w IrntNaRS tourney at the Civic Center 58.2 points per game Bradley ame He will be ready for the
\ Ii... ... ..... .. ....". fer V.I. 0'1 01011. court.. playing In Its llth NIT quickly captured titles yesterday at the Lakeland Jumped out front East Coast Invasion Mani-

= Nome .. .. . .. . . . Age .. They defeated Ruth Proudfootand took care of that. Club Lake In Wales the Polk Golf and Country In the third when they 4or-MI- gee Charley Dressen Is pleased
Harley Kittleson. (8-5. In The Braves, who finished County High leashed a hit attack, long with Hortoa's
., Stet. ... .. ... ... ... . Phone . ... : the finals for the flah.dinner third In the Missouri Valley School Golf Tournament. must all eeaioa. With one "He's always ready performance to hit, even

City . . . . . State . . ... prlz. Conference behind Wichita and Estridge. fired a 71 over the out Mickey Penningtoa laced when's taking He takes in.
A field of ten courts was lr, Drake, turned the game Into a course for medalist honors WIn- a single te right and Larrell structlons well. .
.. ................. tim.I play. rout early In the second hal, ter Haven's foursome shot a 314 Willis singled to center Pet tham trouble Wicker
.. -- __ to take the team championship nlngtoa going te third, Ke Friday was mom

; 1.t .,, dfo'r'Ytlie'\ Bruce Weeks of the hat Lake I Tltulllr.ppe.squeeze bunt te score a eetlec I'en1Ilnl''on with .control He Wit than mining getting the clotbered Any-
: Wales
High Highlanders shot a
especially des n and was tossed eat at corners Dick McAulilTs
75 for runneiMip honors behind first Kenny Deal's single. te turned in a pair of fine field-
TEEN MANS Estridge Winter Haven's Danny center tallied WIl.s. ng plays Thursday and fielded
Reynolds with a 7< and Paul
The Dreadnaughts added what r4, lawlessly again Friday. "Ha'sfine
c Simmons with a 77 were third proved to be the winning run In shortstop" growled Detroit
w P 2 4FL and fourth and the Highlanden'Tommy the fourth. Joe Shelnut got all Newt writer Watson
Kyser was fifth with a Spoelstra" He
78. Infield single and Bobby Gates improved last
was safe when GeeGee Jeffcoat summer and he's a much better
? The Lakeland High Dread- threw wild on his bunt attemptand shortstop than people give himcredit"
WASH WEAR naughts defending team Shelnut scored Most of the Tiger
champs finished second le The twe Reblnsoa runs cameIn WILCOMI WILLIE Dick regulars are hitting sub .250

tester Winter Haven In that category the fifth ea a walk, ae er McAkliH 'II) ./ the DetNIt except Demeter and Don Wert
; Sunday with a S27. Lake Wales ret and singles by Bucky Jeff- Tl|... (mN brtr.it'. Win;. Dressen aid he would

(March 29)) followed with 310 Mulberry coat and Marsh. Nieces ., .. CMM, koni. ,!.*. probably not make the next
was fourth at 312 and Kathleen Shelnut. Willis and Elwood I* fMfrk iMtaf FrMcr "II_. cut until the end of the monthor

was fifth with 411. DuVal each had two hits for fee 411)-...* he.. HwtMt late next week.
of Winter Haven's
th\//.iL t'e wining team were Tony Price OIINCON Lakeland. *M *7* era SLAKUJkN I w. the weed .5 th. lasing! I c...CINCI.T'.... .: N..wf.w 1 I Wr-: i : l
82 Wilbur. 79 : .: CM 555 1.5Is. t .H CliKlmiiNi Jim M.la.y. RM 51 w .e.M..a. .f .II
\ ; Jimmy\ ; Danny .55 ai.ss.sdo w... .5,4 .._ 5 1 5 .w.w 4 *
Reynolds 78; and Paid Sim- Nwm Csh .,.... the (IR.I... : =.:It: 1-: 1
mona, 77. The foursome with e few-ply U.*. ItHwtMi .._.. .. N e f s "..... If 1 .
compos Women's Softball C. '" 55 1 5 ....... If .
ing the runner.up Dreadnaughts third .f 'kU4f Iprltt,. saw.Nr.h.e... if : own M.A.'N.'N ; : f
were James Crumpton 79; Meeting TomorrowThere < .. rim lr H.Hn> Nin-.s. I wart a w
9k Wash after wash, this suit Michael Jackson "'j; Joe Lewis Msk k 4 I i I. '. :| 1 :

1L' Ac Ih\ stands up with the best A fine 84, -and-Mike--- Scobie- 85.-- meeting wDl be tomorrow an ergaatxalonal at- dreadnoughtslow e TMtt : a : *jw i.W..a; II e 1 Ii'toto.
fabric blend wrinkle-free 7.M: at the Teen Midway .. ui .. i
p.m. Jp s 1' iT !
'MA VA .. ... ,,, ....
MOKTGACI LOANS far a women's Softball ....... To ChiefsVictory ,k w. .TI. Urn. Ole .
.' ti performance, classic natural QITSOSY .. 551sale
:5 All managers planning on ... -' .." ...Mt_ .
shoulder fashion. .la the City in the mile Laws.. ...
styling and FLORIDA"tiaviei entering teams relay paid :..51-151,. OWNf IT OF-
.M 1M. ata $4.1 eel -
) la own .wtmastj* Park aid Recreation Depart off for the Chamberlain Chiefs,a *"
e d famous Palm Beach tailoring "'_M*_t II. MAUI 4nWM ment-sponsored league should a. they edged the Lakeland!Rwrhw UmHr"i.3r""MlrkMil l0e-Cinwnn.Y. h SM w..,1 b

5 make it the buy of the attend temorrew'a meeting. readnaughts.. 66. 7. In a Western .! .e. +NR NwWh.raslwwn Rwra.CardLr1.,1, .Mile. 1eRow. -,
Conference dual track and I Nash. >.-'.kl.*.;;;; pavMitI .
tI season. See our newest styles field meet here Friday at Lakeland iii ; 4* t I* M i0O

and colors today. Senior High School track. R.T Ml=. l nil I I !
I .. s
The Chamberlain w. n.1
points In the n m
..."._w.........m I.4....'. V-II..
mile relay proved enough to give .... WWW ..nMoc T-aU -
$39" the Chiefs the win. Lakelandwill a.nll.
host the Citrus Invitational
nt"Ie.. Map rack and Field meet here GolfersTo

Thursday at the Lakeland Senior
Sport Coots by Palm Beach High School track. i Compete

S4 to 42 29.95 In a Junior varsity meet the In
Destroyers chalked up a JS-S5 Tri-Match
DELUXE Seersucker and Denims win over Chamberlain. Lak"l '
tuoAh/a weak land won all three relay Florida Southern College'sgolf
for the TEEN MAN for the victory. team back from an eight-
In the varsity dual meet Lake I day spring vacation boats Cumberland .

r -;;DeanneeOse.mO.N.s land' 880-yard relay team 01 College of Kentucky.and .
Ronnie Lynchbarg College of
repIIw.r%Dacron Folv Mr/U% /ones Meeks. Larry Peacock
Olhw Myiw %Dacrwie PN V.hr i 1%KiyM <....M 0 eiHFi.M<.--......4If Rod Linder and Jim Williams Lynchburg, Va., in a tri-match
triumphed. Chamberlain won at the Cleveland Heights Golf

your Young Man Likes Trim Tapered Clothing the lays sprint medley and mile re dub match.Tuesday which FSC The has first hated trl-

Individual Lakeland since 1961. is scheduled for 1

be sure to see our "HONOR MAN" Fashions! were: Linder in the 20; Dwayne winners"p.m.

Glenn In the shot put: Larry Lynchburg new to Southern'saplrte
Gamble m the discus, Peacock schedule Wit added last
"HONOR MAN" fully tapered shirts 13 Yz to 15Vi I" the broad Jump and David week and will continue with the

3.98 to 5.00 Built to be overworked Fannm. tied for first In the pole Mora and Kentucky linksters onto
vaultThe Miami! to compete in the Mi

TAPERED TROUSERS, neater and trimmer. 28 to 36. overloaded the results: amt invitational Tournament on
over years. March :2D-2S
7.98 .
to 9.95 I.
ICio L _! i2L fe."'r.1. ."_". FSC to II on the season.
Belts Tat Joekttt Beach Wear Pile en the payload. This one can carry more weight than T- .Sf...1.fa. I. --. KJr4 laving lost Its opening match

you can usually oat aboard. V4 ton? Sure) M ton) Certaln- -:1'.i:: 0des.: r.:_:..... IC j.art.y_roLIMY .,',.IL t. t/Florida) Rollins Intercollegiate College, defending Champions -

lyl M ton? Why nod And how N works The 'Jeep' Universalwas "::;:' I=' IR = 'T :' 11-10, while thrashing

bum to stay on the Job year after year-wlthoul losingIts .w-'r: .". iIC I..... Stetson University 25-2.

I usefulness or value. Test It today-see the 'Jeep' )""..._tow. ati a.M4: !... Owj.:, Coach Hal Waters ia his first

;J Free Parking! Charge It: Universal la the world leader In Ite.cl....Three power take. ri: :: ; /....:, .. ....,. confident year as Mac his charges links mentor are ready is

Mrrkk-s J -Dey serge off options. Available with half or full cabs-er convertibletop. ........ ......... .....:1. ...........1.... for the tri-matcb
I -.. .
-- *-,.,.
.'f 1.NR. mil PARKING Also" available In 10* 81* er 101' wheelbast.rtKtATHM a:. _. .. 'Most of the boys are conscientious
Mrrick'il.CX. /L.nM 1 1. .t"I golfers and
A a MwNllw / probably
w I (,.".... $1.00 er Mere) .e te I MeeMii te "ey| ,pewnm, vmniAUnu '_,,,_r/_ 7i5T.1.mat....nBunn .._ _.I. .w ,naw._....l...,. !(_... I Played at least It "holes lda day
while "
cum"! crrr PARKING LOT Jeep on vacation, Wa-
ehI. wt. e.
rJll. Plea < 4w"--- L canStreaterBuick sawn / ahw
Charge M1I. 5. ewes role eN
N (C... L....... R Men l2t S. K.M.cky O I...,ww 1. e.wN.: .J..q5, Mt eriCoach: Waters has named the

: l.k Md, PINiN Pseple'i link Charge Inc. Jeep Div. 5 1,4.. -.. a. NSww..l lei .. t.s f following lineup for the Tuesday

I:: =,: ,, '-I match: Don Richards Ed Cen
..... ...,.. ........ ILl ".... ail Scudder Craybeal Bud HerMy -
954 C. MAIN, LAKELAND, FLORIDA ,'- : -I drover
.+,7IN.wa _=.: 551 AI/1f5sI.,Dtirman, Matheney and Dick. :

1 1

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,If_ !: ;" .... ... ...man.R f I+er m low M w S i .- ..-- ... ._ ao.. : ; : ::::.:.;. :.._._ .:.. '::' ..:" : :: ". .. -. -- -- --.-._:. _:. :: : :! ':"" :':' _.

LAKELAND. _LEDGER Sundijr,_March_8, 1M4 >1-D,

Lakeland's Sherman Named

I To All-Conference FiveR c'I'

z Dan Sherman, Lakeland! 'I
Dreadnaught high.scoring forward -
was named to the Al : '
Western Conference first team : "

A basketball squad by the coache f-
The all-star team was announced "
yesterday by conference off ,\ :
cials :: .., -c'
Andy Owens of
Hillsborough, :,' "
named to the Class AA all- .' Ii
tourney team at Gainesville, : '

headed the conference team {,. ,.
and was named team captain.He .
Is a junior. Another Junior -

on the team Is Charles (Chuck)
Sprlelsma of Robinson All BROTHERS rJA"
the ether players are seniors. LAMMNO MAT tTOM ;.

R Rounding out the .first team
are Terry Lanier of Tampa '
'str Plant and Chamberlain's Larry

Williams Ii'
Rick Roberson of Winter

Haven was named to the second ,
team along with Richard I
Trapp of Manatee; Tommy
Tompklna of Hillsborough;
Jack Newklrk of Jefferson and
Chamberlain's Judson .Rob
erts. Roberts and Newklrkare
Juniors with the ethers
Sherman topped the Lakeland
five In scoring with 364 points
In 23 games on 137 field goals
SHERMAN and 90 foul shots In the '62- ub
All-Confirtnc '63 season he had 106 points.

Slants on SportsRentals


-"' ,

City-Owned Field a


By Ledger JACK Sports SLAYTON Editor MEN'S x ucHQ

What Is the relationship between a community-
owned ballfield or football field and the privately.
owned sports team? That's a question that must be ,
answered every year and usually the answer dependson
the rapport between town and team. It will vary
.' as to the finances of the two, the condition of the save $4 a pair!
) playing area and the cost of operation of the field
by the municipality.
,\.. Several years ago in Lakeland rental was a
IJ: nominal amount and cost of lights was absorbed by SLACK SALE '
the team. Usually at the end of the season these ex- i
" penses were waived by the powers that be. All of this
changed, however, when Bryant Stadium was reno-
vated at a cost close to $200,000 (new stadium was regularly 12.95 ,
built at Auburndale replete with lights, fence and 1
concrete stadia for $125,000). The city fathers had to _
I find some method of financing the cost of renovation. sale!
i The result was a city tax levied on,both Bryant Stadium
t and Henley Field for all users of either installation This applied '
;''V when Howard Roth owned the Lakeland franchise In '62
1 and last summer. It will apply to Joe Ryan and George Weaver
I who now control the Lakeland franchise. It is, I under- :
i!I! t stand, a bit of a bone of contention between town and team.
This year the Florida State League will expand its schedule B.Se
; to 140 games-70 at home and 70 on the road. That means
I an additional seven nights will be needed for Henley Field.
r; f.
be band those additional .
This means the Henley Field crew must on .
'"I nights to handle all the requirements of putting a diamond .
In condition for play, as well as after the game.
Can't Operate For NothingSuch Cool, comfortable, good looking
slacks for year 'round Florida wear
a situation makes It Impossible for the city now togive now priced to save you $4 on "
municipally-owned facilities free of charge to any group each pair! Buy several pairs at least
desiring to place a franchise here They have use of these you'll save even more!

t facilities but it Is mandatory they pay the freight. o Doc ran* polyester"and wool
My understanding Is the St. Petersburg community operates
i. a little differently but rentals are paid In other parks o Hold their shape keep
their good looks
I In Florida.
, It would seem to me to be Just as strange to use city e Light, medium or deep tones
, moving and trucking equipment for nothing, as It would to pleated fronts. sizes 29-42.
use a city sports facility without payment. Regulars only.
One city official Indicated the operation of the club here
would depend on all of the obligations being met by club Mass' Men's Clothing
owners. He Indicated he and other officials had been guilty
of laxness In the past as to demands of prompt payment and \1''
reports but that that situation, "has ended for now. Our facilities
are available but our terms must be met for us to tura

them over to anyone" save 1.10 to 2.05 a pair
There Is no set pattern of operation. It must be worked out
between each city and club officials But the day of the FREE \ i
use of the stadium Is o'er. It has been that way in Lakelandfor \

several years. WALE SHORTSregularly

Short Sport Notes

A pair of former University of Florida grid stars finished i'
second and fifth among National Football League punter. 5.00 to 5.95
Bobby Joe Green of the NFL champion Chicago Bears was
second with an average of 48.S yards per kick for M punts
while Don Chandler of the New York Giants was fifth with a sale!
441 average on 59 punts Leader was Detroit's Yale Lary with
a 48.9 average but he only punted 35 times FOR THE
PAST few years the Chicago White Sox seem to possess a
magic formula for coming up with top rookies This spring
It's second baseman Don Buford, who Is to make the White
Sox fans forget Nellie Fox. Buford was a third baseman last
year at Indianapolis but was converted this spring to second s.se
base. Last year, the Pale Hose came,up with third baseman
Pete Ward and pitcher Gary Peters the American League's
rookie of the year. MAJOR DOC S. WESSON JR. of .
Lakeland took first expert. second expert third expert and
fourth expert in the Dixie Mid-Winter blah power rifle round
up at Camp Blanding. He fired for the IV U.S. Army Corps
reservist team. CURT ADKINS, crew coach of American 2,000 pairs of the most comfortable .' I ,}
University formerly coached at Florida Southern. He will longest wearing walk shorts ,
face the Macs on March 27 at Cypress Gardens along with you can own best looking too!
Purdue University DON HOAK: says he hopes to make You'll need several pairs at least I
and help the Phils this summer "I think I can l ) .
a -
help this club but my future Is up to No. 4 (Manager Gene o Docron polyester and cotton
Mauch)." Hoak dropped to 231. He had a bad start but Solids, plaids, stripes and checks .
finished the season hitting well. ONE OF THE PHILA- o Conventional styles, side-adjust
DELPHIA sports writers pointed out that when "Don Deme- ment styles, belt loop styles '
ter is hitting, no one gets him out. He's a great streak hitter o Choice of popular colors; .
For months last summer he carried the Phils with sizes 30-42. ,
to it-vT. DR. MARTIN LUTHER KING has some advice _/
to heavyweight champion Cassius Clay: "I think perhaps
Clay should spend more time Improving his boxing skill Mass' Men's Sportswear
and do less, talking" Dr. King pointed out. "When he (Clay) L
Joined the Black Muslims, he became a champion of racial
neither In black supremacy nor white
I believe
wSc? I believe in equality. WILT CHAMBERLAIN -
won his fifth individual scoring championship In the
Association but his average was lowest
National Basketball
ever-38 Sfor-e streak points going per for game.the FSC Mocs During the spell he SHOP WITH THE CONVENIENCE OF A MAAS BROTHERS' CHARGE ACCOUNT
on base. One of the safe.ie.-h
WM actually 9-Ior.9 getting
.Ixth-w. a double. The Bartow catcher is considered a top



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t Sunday_March 22. 1961. ____ 'Road Jinx' Continues 7To

t Lakeland DragsterIn / Haunt Kathleen Nine Cop Cage Titles The DesperadoOf

Challenge Race Dlck'f Auto Sales and Webst-t ( ,\
I By JACK FLOWERS Three Kathleen errora aided Avenue Baptist ruptured the 'ir
TAMPA-"Mr. Ford" of drag Ledger Assistant Sports Editor 1 I I In the victory. City League and Recreation The Mets
racing, Phil Bonner of Atlanta,,
I Royce Tyson's run-ecoring League basketball titles this past I
WAUCHULA The Kathleen
Ga., will make his first appear.ance ''double In the first Inning for week.
In the bay area Sunday al Senior High Red Devils failedto
Hardee was the only extra base
the Tampa Dragway. find the answer to their "road Dick'l dumped Polk ElectricIn I 1---
Bonner will be pitted against Jinx" Friday night at Wauchula'i blow of the managed contestKathleen six hits off two straight playoff contest, By ARTHUR DALEYC because of the violent way he

Hugh Oglesby of Lakeland, newly Farr Field as the Hardee High Hardee southpaw Jim See bucouldn't 84-46 and 79-73 nm'D for 1 I (:)) ;Nrfa Work QTtmrf slides. The most bitter one Is
Wildcats 5-1 Southwest the City League I Taylor, the exploaivs
i crowned "Mr. Stock Eliminator" pinned a ST. PETERSBURG "He with Tony -
make them count.
Florida Conference defeat on the Devil.i Pair led the winners In the I llld'a Cuban who plays second
\ of Florida, for a show a senior, fanned six Red h what you would call the '
down three-out-of match Lakelanders walked three. finale with 25 points lovely type" said Charles base for the Phi is. One time

I series starting at 2:30: p.m. Coach Charlie Lyle's Red Devils -I land The visitors scored their lone Webster tripped I People's) Dillon Stengel. "At this timea last season Taylor pivoted on

Bonner and his 1964 Fairlane are 2.3 for all games and 2.2 i run In the top of the fourth when Bank. 84-58. after the two teams ,. I year ago nobody thoughthe a double play and never threw
Ford have reached speeds of;in the SWC. All three losses Ronnie Hughey walked, went to had ended the second half of could make this ball club the ball to first Instead he
128 miles per hour on the quartS have been road games. Coach',second on Williford's infield hit the Recreation League In a except him. He just wouldn'tlet threw It at Hunt's head as

/ mile straight-away. Dale Landresj' Hardee nine:and raced home on an error. deadlock By winning both nobody take the job away that young man approachedhim
Oglesby, who drives a competition evened their record at 2.2 for Williford paced the Kathleen halves Webster was declared from him and the bigger and on the base path. Taylor

.built 1964 Plymouth, the season and in the SWC. I hitting with 2.for-3. loop champ. tougher the pitchers was he was much more upset by the
cashed with Bonner last De- Hardee bunched together the Jim Cowart and Ken Hall both The two winning teams wereawarded hit 'em. He's aggressive and episode than Hunt was.
camber, coming out second best hits, five walks, a hit batter had two hits each for Hardee. trophies by the Lakeland -' when the umpires rough him "You nevair see me do that
Tampa Dragway is located on and a wild pilch off Kathleen's Williford, senior right-hind Parks and Recreation Dewrtment. I""I up a little I tell 'em that this before" said Tony. "I easy

East U S 92, three miles east .tarter hurler, Paul Williford.to er, failed to go the distance. feller Is ftghtln for a livin' going but thees fella he make

of Highway 301 _______ account for the five runs.., GarY Sawyer took over the and to let up on him. He me mad."
i sixth Inning with cue outs and fights everybody. He la a Hunt was rated behind both
finished the contest He faced RODRIGUEZ ---- "professional." Larry Burright and Ted

four men and set all four I SOME RIG SOMI SMALL-l.ll. Aldarman' .nd loll Melton The object of his affectionwas Schreiber at spring training

down, striking out two. TRIMS MIMSNEW c...|*. thaw beau, i_. his! mi loma moll, I* Ida pits tout* .! Ron Hunt, the desperadowho last year as a possibility at
Kathleen's next game will be lakalana1. Tha lirsait weighed. lOVl pounji. TKay mad copula plays second base for the second base. He had been

1 1 I'at home with the SWC defending YORK (AP) "You sad llaxk worms sue ar The hit Wall.' New York Mets and became spotted by Solly Memos In the
champion Plant City Planters at mark words. In one maybe both their best player and Texas League and purchased
my '"
4pm. Tuesday. : I will be the welterweight FISHINGHUNTINGBeware best hitter as a rookie last conditionally from the Milwaukee
THI.IIN lee loa :::i s l''two yeah r. year He performs with such Braves by the Meta for
HDII iai aia s and then the middle-
,I.ntI w.II 0.11"lam,......Sawvar. we.a II ..4.'.(--Wlk.. _. weight champion of the world." 1 a fierce Intensity that every $30,000. Four years in the low
MNJi) | .._ 111.I contender Luis I ball game Is a holy war with er minors did not make hn
I Welterweight him Thus he has earned the credentials too Impressive No
ferto iRfctTo made the statement It
FSU Bombs Vols Rodrlcue
I supreme Stengel accolade He one thought he could make
after he
Friday night shortly has been termed a profession the club Hunt himself
; TALLAHASSEE III Florida had racked up a unanimous and Of The Birds! t' "I'll' make this ball club,"

State collected 1} runs In the),decisive 10-round decision over ( al.The 01' Professor arbitrarily he told one baseball writer
first three innings and glided to veteran middleweight Holley
all ball Into last March,
players The
15-7 the Tennes-j,:Mints of Washington at Madison splits reporter wai
a victory over
WHEEL ALIGNMENT see Vols Saturday I:Square Garden.MIDDISHADE. By FRED W. JONESFiahingHunling I two categories, professionals too kind.hearted to print this\
Editor and ribbon clerks. He was cocky and outlandish state.

On Friday we tried to get In as much general fishing Information loaded with pros when he ment, He thought ((would embarrass -
n- as possible, and therefore, left out a lot of details managed the Yankees but had the kid.

In case you want to see who caught what and where, here far too many of the other type The Mets lost their first

are some of the reports: when he directed the Dodgers six games last season Hunt

$555 From George Williams, Williams Brothers Bait and Fishing Braves and now the Mete was not. even on the bench.
Center at the power plant on Lake Parker: "Why is It every That's why a guy like Hunt He was serving as an extra

time I tell you about good fishing we get a change In the delights him. Hence this youthful bullpen catcher. But in the
has become
firebrand seventh
weather game Stengel started
American "But I guess it Is the same everywhere, good weather, something of a teacher's pet him at second base. Hunt
just as Billy Martin once was
walked In his first
Car good fishing. On the average, our fishing has been fair to the Bronx Bombers. major
bat the
league at-
,ood. Lots of nice catches being made at night; few bass of The resemblance, betweenthe against over
powering Jim Maloney and
my size; specks from small to two pounds. two Is startling on the
( then singled !In his second trip
Alignment performed ly expert mechanics, vsiinf {IIi "Enclosed Is'a photo of Earl Cox, 3007 Penedale, with field because of the chip-on- to the plate.

modern precision equipment Replacement parts specks and bass caught oft the pier, and on Monday we hada the-shoulder method of operation "Have slipped so bad
, tagged bass caught by Don Hallman, Rt. 1, Medulla, He But Billy, the kid, wasa you"
and -torsion bar adjustment extra, if needed. ly, Maloney, muttered Hank
had other fish but when he the I and rascal off
quit got tagged one gay saucy Zureick of the Reds, "that you
"And one thing I've been wanting to ask-why do we see the field, while young Ron is give a hit to a bum like that?"*

so many crippled birds-birds with-one leg, with crippled feet, a quiet mild-mannered It's and the It wasn't long, though, before
or stiff legged?" non. -talkative type. folks began to speak

f I Well, 'we really don't know the answer to that one, But uniform that transforms. him. about the young man with a,

.1 It COULD be that people don't realize all birds are protected Then his he's first a hellion.In active role Ina lot more respect. Hunt had

. moved Into the lineup for
\ a 0 a this spring,
TAM.a Av ?1 e.a. aund. M.nh fl 5IU. w..h td a.. r.,..' camp game keeps. The Mets lost that
1 law ta.. ..e 2: ami lun rim I.M a.. ..u: 5.45coal/ moon nw, I ISa Hunt was on first base when seventh and the
'm' i wit. 1 S4 a m hit to the game
a Monday a."., 404 March p.m./Jl we 1M4 ra.a. .\' eds.a.m.s .aid.uw :.::i' .self..u4 ,::;,1 ::",bd.a.ae:., I a grounder for what was should have well.
..m4 eats, 9...eo ,a.m. shortstop The Mets were losing No 9
r Jby been an easy double play. to the Braves, 4-3. They had

state and federal laws, except game birds In season, crows, Ron came barrelling into slide second runners on first and third with

buzzards, English sparrows and starlings. with a thunderous one out In the ninth. The Milwaukee
knocked the fielder onhis
That lots of people aren't aware of this fact was demonstrated and double pitchers still did not
i I break up the
this week when a proud lady brought a picture In of ear have too much of a book on

u a boy who had killed a blackbird with a bow and arrow! 'What's play. the Idea?" said the Hunt. They had been throwIng -

Now, of course, the youngster was a good shot. But he had shortstop, who had been think outside to him and he already

broken both state and federal laws and could have gottenin ing this was Just a fun game. had sliced a single to
a lot of trouble! "It's the only way I know right and a triple to' right.
said Hunt. "Throw him an Inside I ,
how to play,
*Heavy-duty Bock To The Fishing ReportsBack The young man has feud. pitch," ordered manager Bobby
Only 7 Bragan to Frank Funk, hit
1: molded rubber: SI to fishing reports! Mrs. Hannah at The Bait Well going throughout the league relief operative.
A sends In oft "Dalton White 731 Lebanon Road
photos witha Funk obediently threw lit
Non-skid design : '
9% pound bass from a phosphate pit south of Lakeland. METS CUT TEN inside pitch, Hunt hammered I

Universal Fit Clara Amos, S. Florida Avenue, Lakeland, with specks and FROM ROSTER it to left-center for a two. :

199' bass from Lake Gibson on Missouri minnow.: run double and the Mets had
Choice of "Mr. and Mrs. Frank Amos with a string of fish, mostly ST. PETERSBURG (AP) won their first game of the

colors: white, \. bass, from Lake Gibson on live shiners. The largest bass ,The New York Mets cut 10 play. season. He was to win quitea

ted blue, tI. weighed 54 pounds. Bill Jenkins, 2724 Fairmount, with a 4'/j' 'en from their roster Saturday., few more for them becausehe

green, black pound bass from Lake Hollingsworth on a shiner ." Including pitcher Craig Anderson developed Into a clutch
Injured Thursday, andCleon hitter of surprising effective
Doug Jennings, whose fishing camp Is over on Lake Pierce
Jones, who started the
as everyone knows, report.: "Shellcracker fishing good this ness.
1 raining season a month ago tabbed Meek and mild though he is t
weekend. Bass fair
past on Bang-0-Lures and artificial worms.
as the club's probable cen- away from the ball park HuntIs
"Robert Hagy of Lakeland had eight bass; George Nor ,
.. ter fielder a full fledged desperado on
.I'ISHADE man of Lakeland had seven bass, three three-pounders; Clarence Anderson, who split 1963 between the field. Stengel calls him a

"Look Thomas of Pennsylvania had eight bass. Buffalo and the Mets, suffered professional. There is no higher
for that of Importance"Permeated "Some limit catches of shellcrackers on beds and good two broken bones In his praise.

catches in open water, all on worms Dell Snyder and Al Ott right hand when hit by a ball
of Lakeland had 70; Tom Dawson and party of Lakeland had and will be sidelined for a
I fl.AlR i COOL 3070 four days In a row. month. Players Honored

throughout our handsome collection ; "M. G. Knight and Grady Arnold of Dover had 70; L. F, Jones was the find of the
1 CUSHION Brown and G. H. Glass of Plant City had 50, Ralph, J, W., club's instructional school this BRADENTON (AP) Base-
for and Summer
/ Spring is
every- and Ray Keen and Charlie Brooks of Haines City had 50; winter but tailed off In the regular ball Hall of Fame members will

thing to cater to the fashion-awareness of Mr. and Mrs. Ira Throop had 50; Mr and Mrs. Buck Moor training sessions. He is 20. be honored In Bradenton March
Features bold strip Others sent to the club's farm 25.
man of Winter Haven had 46 Guy Thrower, Willis
l 1 fabric In .4 most fashionalert'TIen./ ; Randolph headquarters at Dunedin, Fla., The 27 living members have
and a friend, of Haines City had 60. (All shellcrackers "
popular colors: were pitchers Rob Gradner Jay been invited. Seven said they
And Jim Veal of the Pana Visa( Lodge on the outlet of
RED BLUE, GREEN Carden and Bruce Wilson; In- will attend They are Edd
and BLACK Suits feature the new look shades result- Lake Panasoffkee reports shellcraiker and bream fishing Improving fielders Sam Drake and Wilbur Roush, Bill McKechnie, Paul

from and lists quite a few people with good catches, in- Huckle, catchers Lloyd Flodin Waner, Heinle Manush, Luke
Nylon Sewn ing on intermingling, compoundingand cluding Billy Merritt of Bushnell with 50 (helped by his and Jim Handley and outfielderPat Appling, Bill Terry and Joe Cronin -

throughoutHeavy blending of different tones of a single brother, Joe.) Garrett. .

gauge color.
lU'wide FSC Netters
plastic Bartow Ends
binding. And In Sport Coats, color and pattern reign Face CumberlandFlorida t .

Back measures 18* supreme to give off an aura of a smart Southern College's tennis

w high; seat measure casual look. 'Dry Spell'By team hosts Cumberland College .
16" x 16", Feature 144 of Kentucky on Tuesday on
parallel Inter. the campus courts. Match time

locking apringa.FIRESTONE. All in fabrics to keep you looking cool, JACK FLOWERS is scheduled for 1 p.m.
The Moc netters scored their
Ledger Assistant Sports Editor,
crisp and comfortable all season long. first victory of the season Thurs
BARTOW The Bartow High day when they defeated Valdosta -
School Yellow Jackets broke
a State of Valdosta Ga., $.4,
Suits 60.00 'long, dry spelt" on the baseball The win reversed a (-3 decision
up diamond here aft-
by the Georgians on the previous NJ /
CHAMPION NYLONANY Sports Coats 42.95 moon. d.y.Southern.
SIZE up When Coach George Hamer's I is now 1.3 on the

Yellow Jackets defeated the young season In upsetting Valdosta -
OO-13, SO-13, 7.50-14. Plant City Planters 4-1 in the
800-14, 6.7O-18, 7.10-15 the Mocs gained 3 singles
bottom of the 10th Inning In the I victories and 2 doubles wins..

Tubeless or Tubed-Trpe Southwest Florida Conference I Larry Hale, FSC's No. 1 man,
tilt, it .was the first time since Steve Blake and Rick Crank-

$4 BLACKWAllS NO DOWN PAYMENTUP I 959, 'shaw starred for the Mocs In
Plus tax Bartow upset the defendingSWC singles competition. Hale, Roger
and trade-In TO SIX MONTHS TO PAY = y champions of Coach TU- Levine, Blake and Dave Watson y ..
I U tire off VISI YOUR lANK CREDIT PUN t row Morrison when Tommy 'captured doubles wins to give SOa k A3' K

your car r'usson squeezed home Dale ,FSC a hard-fought victory.

WHITEWALLS '3 MORE Murphy on a perfect bunt with On Wednesday, Coach Jim
LAYAWAY one out. Bush's netters will host highly
The victory brought Bartowto touted Georgia Tech. The Atlanta
22 both overall and In the setters bested FSC In '63
u SWC. Plant City is M In both competition, 13.EVANS.

1 f 1 e The two Bartow wins are half SIGNS

J./ OPEN FRIDAY TIL 9 P.M. .s many as the Yellow Jackets PHILADELPHIA ('.-Dck!
won the three previous seasons Evans, defensive line coach

I I I combined. with the Cleveland Browns of

Sophomore righthander John the National Football League,
Manning turned in a brilliant has been signed to fill the same
pitching performance for the position with the Philadelphia
t ftjJ winners, allowing six hits, sinkng Eagles, it was announced
202 N. MASS. AVE. e out six and walking one ingoing Thursday by Coach Joe Kuha- NICI CATCHIS,.. S..... .1 3410 Hickory St... Wish.

\ the distance Gerald H..., ha, R.U .. ih. fight. u I..k bass (,, ,.?.(h. ?,,,,. fi.hsg.

/ MU 6-4153 Lakeland Danley, who relieved starter rich.He was released from his lake Parka, eat ., Wiltams I......,, hit and '... .. Csee.
Wiley Hale In the sixth inning, Cleveland contract "with great Al kattom, leer ..|lan bald ..a Chair catch al |7 laatti weighing

207 East Main Street was lagged with the loss reluctance" said Art Model!, 10 aooftot thai .....ht while fehiiif lake. Parka Ma ., W.IU.
U"T CITY ... t>. see ai 11 ......... la.l
f3i\ Browns' president Evans M" Fahmf Caft....
.HTOW MI OM ass 1-4 4 Uay era, lets H riht: $. L,
.. al coached the Browns for four OiW, M... 0.l.f, Mn.
tat and CauK Guy Caches
cay nlay sad luchar, ill .l Caa..
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CltAgS flY Mt5tI0N'p _-- THE CITRUS



Utter Staff Writer

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Our' Man In St. Thomas

between Washington and Lakeland hummed In tune
with the throb of activity at Florida Citrus Mutual

the first part of last week, Mutual's organization was
also carrying on undercover work deep behind ene-
my lines. Announcing

I The war was the fight to combat a proposed infiltration -
of the Virgin Islands with mainly foreign. The First

based citrus under a lease deal negotiated -

r by National Bulk Carriers, aNew Annual
I '" York organization. As we all know
i .,? now. the deal was killed at the requestof
President Johnson but in the mean- I

time Mutual was'mobilized as it never. PROGRESS

has before and Bob Rutledge, seekingto
leave no possible avenue of Influ-

'Wild West' Of Italy ence unexplored, decided to tap Frank
Nesbitt, public relations director, as a/ r.sewr.uitL EDITION

Drtiwj Mcordmf t. the luropM* c..c.p..f Hit U.S.-4K. horn. .f c.w .n' .n4 co.II.I sort of Intelligence operative carryingout
-Ml.* |lrii .hi w..... .. tul.. *t the V...... Agriculture Fur this ", ...th ether III h frt. .f strategy to test the enemy's weak- i

Florid Citrai CIIII...'. booth I, *. American ,..IU.. .f Hi. .lnNrMttenl .>M. H... A....* PRATT ness. To Be Published By The
t"| to Alfred L.ao.."., Hi. ComntluiWi ."..,.... ..,+..."......, .cc"c. ol Florii1. (n"'rvlt What Nesbitt found out, in inter-
|Juice M distributed In .", .. w.i tictctwral Mill y..r, ..,eeloll, by r.""t.' ,*.,10.* It.9.e!< hest views with representative Virgin Islands citizens I
hit. ilnwn trout trotd towards ,..,.f"lt |I..lc. is that the bulk of the population had no more desire LAKELAND LEDGER
.:...-- __ -.._....,.. to see sugar cane land converted into citrus than
," '' _u. did the
Florida citrus
industry. Saturday, March, 28th
Nesbitt left last Sunday morning for the islandof 'b
St. Thomas, the administrative and populationcenter '' IT'S TIME WE TOLD

A 1fi 'Ulture of the Virgin Islands, and, after some delay,
including a stopover in Puerto Rico, deplaned Sun- THE WORLD ABOUT
day evening to set up field headquarters at the Vir
gin Islands Hilton. Although the citrus deal, to involve -
the leasing of some 1700 acres of sugar cane key..::: i. POLK
land for the planting of citrus, involved the nearby r' COUNTY'SDECISION
1964.D island of St. Croix, the minuscule population there 'a :
made it more advisable to conduct the investigationin

the capital, St. Amalie, St. Thomas Island. ? TO

Holland T Be Feted *

NESBITT DID NOT ATTEMPT to make contact P1M !
with government officials but rather with men in GO AHEAD !

By Florida AgricultureORLANDO I the know such as the local newspaper editor, and a

few of the "men on the street" who, down there, are Jllb1ii
b ;} Send Copies of The
likely as not to communicate in an unintelligible
Representatives, or reduce poverty In the nation. plan to lease some 1,750 acres
patois of Spanish and African-derived dialects. DECADE FOR
of 30 Florida agricultural organIzations "We are attempting to make of Virgin Islands sugar cane ''}}:;> DECISION
wlU gather here April this an unique agricultural evertto land to a New York outfit planning "I felt that the government, at least in the form I Progress Edition
17' for s "thank you" luncheonto thank the senator, who has to use Panamanian oranges of the Virgin Islands Corporation, had already expressed '
honor Florida's senior senator been In the forefront of agricultural duty and tax free, with itself clearly. What we were interested To Your Friends.Let's .
Speuard L. Holland.An legislation favorable to the fruit from the Islands In con In was to get a first hand look at two things. "B'09-A-llrtle" About Polk.

attendance of 800 Is ex- producer fighting every effortto centrate exported to the V.S. "First of all," said Nesbitt, "Would this plan
pected to turn out at the $J saddle him with unfair and mainland. .'. '
benefit the We had
actually Virgin Islands? to re- !
plate luncheon, to be held at the and for Agricultural <
unjust legislation taxes groups participating member the Islanders U.S. citizens. We } P. EACH
Cherry Plaza Hotel. many years," said Robert W. In the luncheon compriseofficials are
Originators of the plan to say Rutledge, executive vice president from forestry, freshcitrus had no reason to object if everyone down there COPY
"Thank you Senator Holland"In of Florida Citrus Mutual : shippers, fruit and vegetable wanted to plant every square foot of land in citrus"But } : '' ENCLOSED

a concrete manner have been and one of the organizers of the organizations, cigar leaf fortunately-this was not the case. Mail or Bring This Coupon To
working on the event for the last luncheon. tobacco growers, nurserymen. "Much of the opinion I gathered was completely :: IN A

10 weeks and have billed it Sponsored FCC poultry, beekeepers, dairymen, uninformed. Where there was informed opinion, it ,; THE LAKELAND LEDGER COLORFULWRAPPER
"strictly non-political In every swine producers, thoroughbred
was overwhelmingly of the mind that (the deal) :
The senator and Doyle Senator Holland was a member horse breeders, turf '
way. -
grass growers would not the of the island." i .., ,., P. O. BOX 408
( E. Conner, Commissioner of Agriculture of the Florida state senate vegetable canners, agrlcu help economy ,,
will be the only political In 1935 when he cosponsoredthe tural council, citrus and vegetable One of the persons Nesbitt talked to was Ariel 1 Corner of Missouri flr Limo
figures attending act creating the Florida Citrus canners, Florida Citrus Melchoir Jr., editor of the 34-year-old Daily News, 1 1I Lakeland, Florida 2 5 C
r Commission. He also cosponsored Commission, Florida Citrus Mutual the Islands' and
To Cite LBJ' Program Virgin largest most prestigious newspaper Enclose, 25e each for tingle
the first state work' citrus production managers ,
Senator Holland Is expected to men's compensation. Most re- Council of Farm Cooperatives -I copies or, $1.00 for ,$ copies. -
Said Melchoir "It would not be fair to citrus
use the luncheon. a forum for cently, in national politics, the Farm Bureau Federation. : say EACH..ORJ1'
would boost the of the islands.
a major address on national and senator from Bartow helped with flower growers, Growers and give any economy FREE
t International affairs, and is expected the rest of the Florida Congressional Shippers League of Florida, Indian In fact it is doubtful that this operation can be profit- I
able to the Islands The sole of this Anywhere in the U. S. or Canada
to touch on President delegation to effect a River Citrus League am purpose
Johnson's program to eliminateof Presidential "stop order" on a others.f operation is to take advantage of the duty free bene- I
fits. There are too many things against It to help 5
"- the economy. There has been no experimentation S.i ,'

I I f Citrus Set Conference ,, to see ii citrus would grow here. The point is he. I '
Engineers (D. K. Ludwig, president of National Bulk Carrier
and the man behind the operation) just wants to FOR
The 10th annual Citrus Engineering ing at 9 o'clock, In the Florida tier Calif:; W. C. Belk chief use these islands as a jumping off place for Panama t h '1 NAM/
I Conference will beheld Citrus Commission building, the engineer with FMC. Corp. of citrus and look' at our relations with Panama." ,
Florida Section of the American Lakeland Philip' C. Althen, i
f Wednesday morning, start- $
Society of Mechanical Engineers manager of packaging engineer. it ADDRESS
has announced.The ing with the Aluminum. of I J
Breeders ASM.E.-iponsored eventis America, Pittsburgh; Robert E. "TilE SECOND QUESTION WE HAD was,

an all-day conference dealing I Thrush, manager of engineering Would citrus really grow here?" Nesbitt said. We {; .CITY. . ..STATIs . .
with engineering problems of the' Industrial division The De- found that last fall a team from USDA had studiedthe
Establish citrus Industry and how they are,Laval Separator Co., Poughkeepiie. situation and came to the conclusion that the MAILED
being solved. I N.Y.; Dr Erich A. growing of citrus there would not be feasible." I HAM

Topics on the agenda, which; Farber, professor of mechanical Reinforcing this, Nesbitt studied the findings ofa r
includes a luncheon, range from engineering, University of who FREE
prominent agronomist, Dr Carlos E. Chardon,
Scholarship pulp washing through using centrifuges -I Florida Gainesville; Charlton -: ADDRESS
I of was quoted: "A careful study of the vegetation of the
to recover citrus flavor P. Whittier, manager customer -
fractions to basic procedures In packaging I services, island of St. Croix shows definitely that the climate I Anywhere
GAINESVILLE The Florida heat transfer and glass han' Owens-Illinois Glass Co., Toledo and ecology (relation of environment to plant life) CITY STATI
Thoroughbred Breeders' Association dling. Ohio, and James G. Blair, is definitely against the cultivation of citrus on a In the
has established a $500 an- Speakers are Richard A. Andrews associate mechanical engineer commercial scale." i }:

nual scholarship good for four chief engineer of Brown,with the Citrus Experiment Station So be it. But there were still people on the other NAME U.S.
years at the University of Citrus Machinery; : Corp. of Whit-, ,, at Lake Alfred. side, albeit few in number.
Florida. Dr. M. A. Brooker dean
the' College of Agriculture, "The apologists for this plan," said Nesbitt, "had : ADDRESS or

laid today. Scientists Probe Diseases two extremely interesting defenses for it. I': -' ::::j Canada
The scholarship will be limitedto ( "They said the natives of St. Croix wouldn'twork Iii

Florida residents who are at sugar cane harvesting because it was very :; .',i .CITY. . .STATI. . .
members of 4-H clubs or the Causing Cattle Infertility hard work and it was socially degrading. It was fIt ORDERYOURS
Future Farmers of America., my thought that this social degradation was an idea
Applicants must be recommended that had been implanted in their mind." NAME

by their county agents or vocational I GAINESVILLE Veterinarians mally In future breedings. I As a corollary to this, Nesbitt found out that
teachers with the University of Florida'i Since' artificial breeding Is I
j most of the sugar cane labor came from the populations ADDRESS
Brooker will award the scholarship Stations Agricultural have joined Experiment In the fight not as readily applied to beef, of neighboring British-owned islands and it ? NOW!

on the basis of scholastic -. to reduce calf losses and- infertility herds as to dairy, disease free was suggested to him if the crop was transformedinto ,',
ability and need. Both qualifications bulls another citrus it would be easier to keep the labor forceat CITY STATE .
Florida cattle. may management
will be considered among . . . .
home. "They (the apologists) never would actually -
Dr F H. White, associate solution. However,
the recipient. .
In selecting "
equally. I bacteriologist with the Veterln this' really presents a difficult state the native islanders would prefer orange .....N._ ,. ....
The scholarship will continue cry Science Department, relates problem. Bulls may be checked picking instead of work in sugar cane land," Nesbitt w s. ,', HAMI ? ,
researchers are Interested In said.
for four or until to- be certain they are disease
'working with practicing veterinarians Another reason advanced by the faction was _
maintain, pro
the recipient fails to free, however, it Is impractical
this problem In the
to make on that "the Virgin Islands Corporation's life was to
sufficiently high grades hopes of developing better methods to check alt cows in a CITYADDRESS
normal through four end in 1967 and this was the only (commercial) deal
progress herd.
years of two trimesters each of treatment and control Of they had been cooking; it would seem better to go Der :;r STATE
Interested high school seniors diseases causing calf loss Segregate Herd along with this than not have anything to do. .
Brooker, Many of the diseases which that I found enthusiasm with _
may apply to Dean One approach for a disease Beyond simply no
College of Agriculture, University cause loss of calves to ranch.era -! free herd would be to test the anyone I talked with for the whole scheme," Nesbitt
such as brucellosis and tir-
of Florida. bulls for vibriosis and then use said.
chomoniasis, are well understood
method of buildIng
and are being effectively con a segregation r. ;i{rr
a herd with heifers that
trolled by veterinarians, he exolains. -
r Concentrate I have not been previously allow bredThis ON TilE FACE OF IT, Nesbitt gathered the
method would
.an moribund state of the sugar cane Industry there was
No Reliable Tilt I herd to ,
Sales Better eventually 'lI'owout' due mostly to a failure to modernize and aggressively f4l
of the disease. Scientists
However, vlbriosls, a venereal market the still profitiJ
Sugar cane a
sugar crop.
I hope to find If this method wouldbe
disease caused by a bacterium,
; able industry as can be witnessed by the Florida
WINTER HAVEN Move is less understood and poses a practical.It Blades growers, who are experiencing a boom since BE SURE TO HAVE YOUR FIRM REPRE-
must be remembered White
difficult diagnostic problem. I
ment of frozen orange concentrate Cuba's sugar has been cut off by politics and devastated
said, that vibriosis Is only one SENTED IN THIS .
Is reliable
moved there no
In retail sizes upward Since : 1 I cause of reduced calf produc- by a recent hurricane. Presumably if Florida ,
detect vlbriosis
fourth straight blood test to asa
for the Florida of infertility and reduced tion. Poor nutrition, parasites, growers can make a profit so can Virgin Islands EDITION THAT WILL TELL
week, the cause
week last who have the additional of
and low bull caners advantage
performance are sugar
Canners Association reported on calf either crops isolation, detection of the depends causative among the factors which can result low cost labor. r.: } THE BRILLIANT STORY OF POLK COUNTYIN

today.At J57.87 gallons it also attained organism, or the less exact In low calving records It appears that the Virgin Islands Corporation's fig WORDS,
the highest level of any method of clinical diagnosis I Through additional research negotiations with Ludwig and his interests was
and other White and his colleagues with I PICTURES and ADVERTISING!
week In the past six. canners based upon history mainly to earn quick dollars from a high-prioed
association officials said. findings the Agricultural Experiment lease agreement.

Total movement for the weekending The prevention of Infection and'Stations hope of vibriosis to reveal In the Florida significance "Last year according to Information I had, the M NOTE: To have your firm represented 3
last Saturday was 115J.34S ,- reduction of leases from vibrio- sugar cane industry in the Virgin Islands did make .
and determine better
With a pack of sis largely depends on management to control in this issue call r .
: gallons. methods for the disease. money and the people I spoke with tended to feel if
356,482 gallons, this resulted Inan practices. White stresses there was more sugar acreage and a modern refinery Bob Powell at 686.1151
leaving bulls and
decrease, Infected carry spread "
inventory PAPER PLANTS SMALL the sugar industry would be a profitable one.
:4,034S5 on hand. the infection breedinghas
Season's gallons total movement now therefore, been found to bean I VIENNA-More than half of Nesbitt carried on his investigation until Wednesday
stands at a little more than 17 ideal solution for control. Austria's 14] paperprocessingplants morning, when he flew back to Florida. By that '- -
million gallons, over 13 and Cows normally recover from have only 20 to 100 em time everything had bvn ironed out in favor of
lull, million i In retail sizes. .1 the disease and conceive norIr..rAlMlrAaaYAli.lA.a ployes. Florida and the principtVs of fair trade. \

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ID LAKELAND LEDGER. Sunday, March 22. 1M4 I.

i Space Scientist Discovers Reason For 4 Car Wrecks 4 I' k- The

By HAROLD R. WILLIAMS 'er sky, thUs measurement told I It Is the same at i moto, boat Scientists at Langley Research technology utilisation program,the gun and before the paint '

Associated Press Writer the missile where the Earth was, skimming the water at a high Center, Va, found the answer to transfer to the public any' hits the surface using only the :

HOUSTON Tex in-Not too at all times, speed. quite by accident while they scientific and technical recalls I amount needed to do the Job and Stars
long ago In Houston, four small Scientists found out that cars
The steel
Industry jumped at were studying aircraft skid land- dissevered In the space effort: no left-over mixed paint
automobiles plowed Into the the device for batter -with 25 pounds of pressure In
developing a
same blockaded street during a grade of steel at a the tires hydroplaned at 12 miles; Ings. which could be used by business Technique In welding have

light rain. savings great per hour. The drivers told police Their advice I Is the acme as and Industry. revolutionized the trade; better Impel '

Police laid the 52 miles per their can wouldn't respondto 'police have been giving for Agreement Made lock have been develope4: fila !

hour traveled by the cars was Happens In Rain brakes or steering. -the vehicle yean: "Slow down," especially business -ment-wound plastics used In

too fast for the conditions. They These are but two of the many were out of control. in a rain storm. Each contractor doing reduce

were right, but there was also discoveries made by apace They were right, the cars'tires Steel men found that the horizon with NASA must agree as rocket casing of can railroad now tank B/ Carroll Righter I
the a
of the contract that weight
a scientific reason that the police scientists that have found application were actually off the, could be used for measuring part
the diameter of hot stared new techniques discoveries orpatent car nine tons.
didn't know.A In completely different ground.
found in the work belong An electrode for making elrctrocardlgrams :- I
space scientist found the areas of use. John T. Wheeler, Manned traveling at 70 miles per of the heart while .

answer studying an entirely dif The car wrecks happened because Spacecraft Center Technology hour out of the mills. to the government -
i II moving doing
then made public subject rou-j
ferent problem.In the vehicles' low pressure Utilization Officer, said it was The rods can be checked every These are running SUNDAY MARCH 22, 1N4
tIne chore or even
and for by
NASA use
another study during early tires reached a point at 52 miles a matter of physlci. eight inches as it is being produced by open around track I Is mother discovery

apace probes It was decided a per hour when the road was Just Skimming Road I eliminating differences everybody.. I a balling GENERAL TENDENCIES LIBRA (September 23 to i October .
doctors art
in size Checks of Me rods before Some of the other discoveries that The early morning this Sun. Impressing those
"The car'i '
device was needed to tell the pushing back at the same prel- tires were Just battle In
Thor missile where the Earth's sure causing the car to "hydro skimming along the road without I the use of the sensor were Include a new type crew driver a* a great aid in the day finds you with consider highly placed positions I I. vital

horizon was in relation to the plane." enough pressure to grip the]I made manually at 3000.foot Intervals 'with an arrow-shaped head that against heart dlsesse. able resourcefulness to wind now if you want to get ahead

rocket. This condition only exists ,pavement. The tires were only t: and after the steel had I Fits Into a screw with a deep Many more domestic uses are up whatever you have already faster Be sure you do :vour
often ooled. I slot; a paint double- ozzl' spray expected to be found a* the started in motion, but it'* no work on time. Precision should
Space scientists developed a when at least 1/18 of an_Inch of touching ground enough tot
horizon sensor that worked on water Is standing on the road- I live the automobile a hydro- The National Aeronautic and I tun that mixes white base with space program move Into high time to take any chances whatever also be the keynote In the

the principle of,!measuring .tern- way. -I I I planning effect." I Space; Administration set up the sI :olor pigment after each leave gear Wheeler said. Later, however, you future, too.SCORPIO.
find that Influential persons (October 23 to November
peraturo rrom tne mrrarea radiation
rays given off by the will listen with respect to the 21) You require a

Earth In the coolGLASS ideas you present to them for higher philosophy under whichto
comparison to -I SERVICE

I. IN THE MILITARY ahead.accomplishment in the day services live in where the future.such can Attend be

ARIES (March 21 to April attained Look to a new friend
I I LAKELAND lieutenant at Fort BannIng, Ga.. I U. S. Army Training Center,[son of Mr. and Mrs. Perman McIntosh -''Germany, entered the Army in 19) By intimately talking out for the kind of recreation you
i 9. McGee 603 Sean Ave., NE, March 1961. The It-year-old sol-
Feb. 20. The 21-weelc candidate Fort Gordon, Ga, March with close ties your aim and like In P.M.SAGITTARIUS.

I I Army PFC Grady L. Gunter, course Included training ia received Instruction In the Winter Haven, and more than [dler attended Auburndale High] ambitions, they help to increase (November

whose wife, Vllma, lives at 2306 map' various phases of highly technical 800 other soldiers of the 173d School. security you now enjoy 22 to December 21) Talks with

W. Parker St., Lakeland, was reading, small unit tactics, employment skill his future work In'Airborne Brigade at Fort Buck- Meditate awhile. Give a closest ties concerning per

'assigned to the U. S. Army of weapons the Army will require of him ner, Okinawa, completed nine Lake Wales helping hand to the needy, too. sonal aims give them an op.

Garrison at Fort Myer, Va,I ship, administration and leade"'l as an Infantryman. The 18-year-,'|days of jungle warfare training I TAURUS (April 20 to May portumty to help you. You

Feb 18. Gunter, a truck driver tics Lieutenant Beebe old soldier entered the Army In Feb. 22 on Irlmote Island, homeof Army Pvt. Beamon W. Tsw, 20) Doing something thoughtful need not take on full respond '

In the garrison, entered the'the Army in October October 1963 and completed the brigade' Jungle Warfare son of Mr. and Mr. Beamon for pal i II wise, since they blllty about the home, u

Army in September 1961. The'has served in Germany ,basic training at Fort Jackson (Training Center. Route 3 Lake Wale think others help you.CAPRICORN .
Tew, was you are getting a bit
Airman Second Class Vernon I
Lakeland The year-old soldier a rifleman
year-old soldier attended Bar- S. C. He attended
) (December
tow: Hints School I R. O'Stcen, son of Mr. and Mn High! School. In Company, 2d Battal--assigned to Headquarters, IX and boasy.others Forget your worries to January 20) If a ,

THAT'S Airman Dallas G. Willis, son Thomas F. O'Steen of 8M Bra- Airman Third Clans Kenneth, Ion of the brigade 503d Infantry Corp on Okinawa, Feb. 18. will not shun you. services first, you you can attend later
Venting spleen on the InnocentIs
of Mr. and Mrs. Frank D. Willis nell Ave., Lakeland has completed W. Holler, son of Mr and Mrs. on Okinawa was Instruct Tew, a clerk typist In the corpe' make fine preparation wild

OUR of 2912 Stanhope a special Air Force'.1 J. E. Hollty of 4621 Old Mulberry -ed in techniques of combat and adjutant general section, enteredthe wrong. associates clear up misunderstandings

Ave., Lakeland, course for communication technician Road, lakeland. I Is being survival day and night navigation GEMINI (May 21 to June with others
In 1963 and Listen
BUSINESS ,. is being reassIgned at Goodfellow AFB. Tex reassigned to Travis AFB, Calif. and the employment of Army September 21) Avoid those who gossip to ideas of wise
basic combat
completed training persons Bi
to Lang-[Airman O'Steen, a graduate of following his graduation from special equIpmentII jungl_ and quickly handle any homeor
respectful to elders.
I at Fort Jackson, S.C. The
ley AFB, Va,! Kathleen High School. enteredthe the technical training! course for oriented He was also taught to personal duties that await AQUARIUS
soldier 1 is 1962 ( 21
20-year-old a
Air Force in June 19(1I Sit down and to
utilize the hit-and-run you. plan howto
for training and, United State Air I-ore* jet engine quick February
graduate of Lake Wales High 19) By living the
'1 I I Marine Private First das make the future more
a. duty as an air mechanic at AmanlloJAFB tactic. of the guerrilla fighter rosy. Golden Rule
t policeman Air.'Melvla C. Pearson, son of Mrs., Tex. Airman Halley was a type of mobile warfare vitalto ,school. Scheduling activities helps con of now, you gain the
AUTO GLASS respect other and all
Flossie F. of IKS North goes
\ man Willis recently Grady limited in the inspection repair a paratrooper' effectivenessin Haines ilderably. better for
BUILDING GLASS OF ALL I City you. Show a will.
Ohio Ave., Lakeland, Is serving
completed ,and assembly of turbojet engines I both conventional and unconventional MOON CHILDREN (June 22 Ingness to work hard \ou

KINDS United States,with the Second Marine and UM related groundequipment warfare. McIntosh Army Capt. Robt. A. Lust, son to July 21) Open your consciousness thereby safeguard all of

ALUMINUM ENTRANCI Air Force basic :sion's Eighth I Di"1 A graduate of Lakeland entered the Army In April 1963 of Mrs. Marjury M. King, Haines to understand the possession. your

I DOORS military tram-,Unit, Headquarters and Senior High School, the airman -1 and completed basic training at City, was assigned Feb. 27 to highest principles and con PISCES (February 20 to

I STORE FRONT METAL WILLIS Ing at Lackland 'Company presently entered the M Force In Fort Gordon. Ga. He was erad-the 1st Armored Division at cepts, whether at service or March 20) Step out to the

MIRRORS AFB Tex. The airman attended extensive training exercise: in'October 1963. uated from Jewett High School Fort Hood, Tex. Captain Lust at feet of sages you know. sports, social affair

METAl SASH GLAZINGCENTRAL Lakeland Senior High School. the Caribbean. During the combined Auburndale I in 1962. is assigned as an aviation officer Plan to get on the Right Path. like and put aside any you worries truly

Hilton Sadler airman, USN operational and "goodwill" Airman Third Class Billy C.' in Headquarters Companyof You can be very successful. you may have. Be with cheer.

son of Mr. and Mrs. John A. cruise he will have an opportunity Pvt. Billy R. LeMacks. son of Rose, son of Mr. and Mrs. Rich' the division' 3d Brigade. LEO (July 22 to August 21) ful individuals. Avoid those

GLASS & MIRROR CO. Sadler of 936 Southern Ave, to visit San Juan, Mr. and Mrs. James W. Le ard Crecraft of 156 28th St. NW,'The captain Is a 1949 graduateof The service of your choice who want to pull you down..
Puerto Rico and Guantanamo
Lakeland, visited Yokosuka, Japan Macks, 310 Lake Lena Boulevard -Winter Haven, i Is being reassigned -; Jamestown (N. Y.) High are best mean by which you IF YOUR CHILD IS BORN

302 N. Ingraham Avi. Feb 27 aboard the attack Bay, Cuba Auburndale completed to Westover AFB Mass, School. can grow spiritually now. Do TODAY there Is
Phone MUtual 66169JOYNER'S operating' Army PFC Loren D. Williams, eight weeks of advanced armor every opportunity -
carrier USS Midway following his graduation from something positive later about for become
your to
of Mr. and Mri.' D. W. Williams progeny
Seventh Fleet In the,son training at the Army Armor I
with the the technical training course for the situation at home. Know successful as
I Far East. The Seventh Fleet is, 2409 Tanglewood, Lakeland Center, Fort Knox, Ky., March United States Air Force photographer KhrushchevTo that kindness drives away breadth of thought soon and at the
JOTTINGS the world' largest operating I and more than 800 other 7. During the course LeMacks at Lowry AFB, Colo. wrath. which I* considerable, in scope this
soldiers of the 173d AirborneBrIgade
naval force and patrols over one 1 was trained to drive the tank Airman Rose was taught VIRGO (Auguat 22 to Sep fine nature can be put Into
Fort Buckner OkInawa -
I at and fire its 105 milimeter! wea- Attend
half of the earth' surface and laboratory equipment tember 22) with
camera Meeting associates
operation, but
'I you must
Good With early
morning completed nine days of
voting The soldier
Marine Lance Corporal Ira E. pon.
operation, projection print- informally after
guard child from
time drawing It warfare Feb. 22 your any
\ near Ward, son of Mn. Velma Rocka jungle training entered the Army In October Ing and the loading and processing church Is best way to show feeling of
aU of us to to exerciseour Irimote Island home of thebrlgade'a Aswan persecution which
prepare on Opening
1963 and completed basic com!
[ Lakeland
American of 612 North Mass. Ave., of ground and aerial cooperative spirit for the future. he, or she, might develop.
privilege and responsibility. [ Jungle Warfare Train.
bat training at Fort (Gordon
recently completed
a film The airman, a former student Invite friend of worthin. Early Impress
Actually It course in Aerla.1 Gunnery Familiarization -ling Center. Ga He Is a 1960 graduate of Belle Glade School CAIRO (AP-The Egyptian upon your
take.1' at High Enjoy pleasant cama that favors from other
at least William
clerk In must
i a supply
at the Naval Air Statlon I Auburndale High School. entered the Air Force in August government announced Friday raderie. be returned.
1 positive Jacksonville. He fired the Headquarters Detachment of thebrigade' I. Array Pvt. Wendell E. Anglln, 1963. that Soviet Premier Khrushchev

i accomplish this M-60 machine gun and the MJA1 173d Support Battalion son of Mr. and Mrs. Albert F. will be present In May for the

[ most important "Grease Gun" on the ground on Okinawa, was instructed In Anglln, 322 Arlana 'Ave, Au- Plant City historic diversion of the Nile Chester Limps Off F

act. As a nation and from Sikorsky helicopters.techniques of combat and survival burndale, completed eight weeks Staff Sergeant Ralph E. Mur-River into a new channel created Again
we have become I, day and night
The of small fire from navigation military} police training at the
use arms by the Aswan Dam. The .
rell, son of Mr. and Mrs.
I From
extremely and the employment of special Role In
helicopters Is being used in an U. S. Army Soviets have provided much aid 'Gunsmoke'
lax in all hree equipment-all jungle-oriented. ".Training Center Murrell of 708 Spencer St., |
effort combat
[ to guerrilla ground for the project.
Plant and his fellow UnIted
| steps. He wa also to utilize the '
I Fort Gor-
forces. States Air Force Air Commandos On IS the By BOB THOMAS tie Chinese from
May Nile will be boy the milt-
quick hit-and-run tactic of the I
The step that James M. McCarthy of Lake-1 don, Ga, March AP Movie-Television Writer land
are causing to turn diverted into the channel which
I guerilla fighter, a of mobile eyes '
be type
must taken been to the 3. During the '
land has
first Is warfare vital to a paratrooper' 'course In wonder as they fly their World will house the Aswan Dam's HOLLYWOOD (AP-For the "The relationship i II like Wally -
reg1 rank of cadet first lieutenant in Anglln
nil- 10'- "'', Ister to vote. the Air Force Reserve Officer'effectiveness In both conventional p ,received In. War II B-26s In the Ft. Bragg giant electric generators when]third and last (?) time Dennis] Beery and Jackie Cooper ,in,

This Is and unconventional M. C. area Sergeant Murrell the project Is completed. The,Weaver has 'The Champ' He tries to get
one where so many of us Training Corps (AFROTC) detachment war itructlon In such limped down the
and other members of the exclusive main river Itself Is now being me to settle down while I wantto
fall down. fare. The 24-year-old soldier
No matter how much at the University of subjects as civil dusty road that leads out of
all-volunteer 1st Air spanned by rock filling go off for the wild life There
[entered the In 1962 operations -
we study the Issues, no matter Army May and
Cadet military
McCarthy, son Commando Wing fly and maintain forming the base of the]Dodge City. is plenty of room for drama
how good our Intention Is to go of Mr. and Mn. Daniel M. McCarthy and completed basic training at _ law, traffic con
the seldom seen B-26s for dam itself. This Dennis the pathos and "
operation will gimpy comedy.
to the polls, unless we are Fort Leonard Wood, Mo. He trol reading deputy
regIstered of 1102 S. Melton _ map
'Ave"j special work Any
we can not vote. In selected graduated from Lakeland High prisoner-of- counterinsurgency completely cross the river by Chester of the long running regrets about leaving
[Lakeland, was
Lakeland only about one half of basis of academic grades, out School I in 1958. ANGUN war" __ control nun __ _and u_ and training. They have broughtthe May 13.Bryant. "Gunsmoke," lay cautiously: "Gunsmok? after nine seasons
long outmoded aircraft backto
the eligible citizens are reg standing leadership and potential Pvt. Jon B. Ellertsen. son of self-defense. The 21-year-old "Nothing la irrevocable but I
In the Air "None "
a respected
istered. How to remedy this Mr. and Mr. Norman S. Ellert soldier entered the In October place do believe that this time de- whatsoever he said.
as an Air Force officer. The!I Army -Force bomber Inventory because my "Oh, I miss
situation seems to be an almost:cadet Is a graduate of Lakeland len, 333 Palencla Place, Lakeland 1963 and completed basic the B-26 has proven Ideal Orders parture I II tinl I." miss the old Jim gang Amixi-l. I especiallY -
hopeless problem. No one canregister School. completed eight week combat training at Gordon. -
High Upon graduation
for support ol ground forces In Show Plan Falls humor, and Milburn Stone and
for us. The only way 1 and completion of AFROTC requirements -!military police training under theReseI'Ve Ga He I I. a 1960 graduate of counterinsurgency action. Thes.rg.antll Mental I Tests ,Amanda Blake
to is to make the Enlistment Program at Two Dennis were wonderfulto
register effort he will be eligible for] Auburndale High School and at- aircraft mechanic years ago announced work
to go to the registration office I the U. S. Army Training Center. tended St. Junior an hIs leave taking because with.
appointment as a second lieu- Petersburg
and fill out the form. It takes'tenant In the U. S. Air Force Fort Gordon, Ga., March 5. College. Before entering the assigned to Hurlburt Field, Fla, For Doomed Men CBS was hot for him to "But I don't miss the show In
in Air Commando His terms of
just a few minutes to do this.' During the course Ellertsen received country. head up an hour long going back It got to
Cadet McCarthy Is a member of]' Army Anglm was employed by variety
unit file their B-26i to Ft. be
It is simple easy and our duty.I Instruction in such sub Florida State Road show. It didn't materialize, and pretty routine and unstimi
Theta Chi. Department "
But we find about half the eligible Air Force Airman Third Class jects a* civil and military law, Barlow. I Bragg at Intervals to participate TALLAHASSEE (AP) Gov. he returned to "Gunimoke" for lating

citizens of Lakeland traffic control, map reading, In Joint Air Force-Army Karris Bryant said ha has ordered IS of the
Gerald O. Deal ion of Mr. and Army Specialist Four KennethJ. special warfare training. Sergeant new night hours.
psychological tests
lazy or too Involved in their Mrs. James 0 Deal, 1515 Smith-prisoner-of-war control and self- Jester, son of Mr. and Murrell I II a graduate of for two Then CBS put him In an hour
young Negroes sentencedto
defense. The
own little little world. or caring too field Drive, Lakeland, completeda 'is a 1959 graduate 22-year-old of Lakeland ,William H. Jester, 617 Plant City Senior High School. death for the murder of a show about a high school Probe SlatedIn
about the future of their
26-week office machine Road, Auburndale, Mrs'l principal. The
repair High School and attended FlorIda Dempsey J. Brock, IOn of Mr. Tallahassee shopkeeper in 1962. pilot aroused a
city and their country to make course at the Army Quarter. -the annual U. S. Army lot of Interest but no sale .
and Mrs. Lance B. Brock of Rt. *
the effort to register, or they State University In TallaEILERTSEN munication :Tnnf. E Bryant laid at his news con
master School, Fort Lee, Va., u r 3, Plant City has been promotedto Again, back to "Gunsmoke" for;
have some other reason. If we hassee, -Pi.. ference Thursday he also has or-
USACOMZEUR rifle and
March 12. During the course ( ) airman second class in the |anotner U.
awake one of these days and Airman Deal was Instructed In tol matches which ended Feb dered a fourth hearing before the This Crash
time NBC
United State Air Force. Air- has
State Pardon signed,
find freedom Board In behalf of
our lost it will be 14
the repair and adjustment of at Montmorlllion, France
Brock 1 II fuel In piloted and slotted
man I specialist him for
our fault, not the fault of an Wilkins, 18, and TommieLee
adding machines, The matches were conducted to
outside enemy. typewriters the 484th Supply Squadron here William, 19. Saturday night at 8:30: In a half- WASHINGTON (AP-Th CI-
calculators and duplicating machines. select participant for the U. S., airman I II hour vII
The ,
19-year-old a gradual tentatively called "Kentucky' Aeronautics
The next step Is to Inform our- 1 He Is a 1963 graduate ofLakeland Army Europe matches to be of Turkey Creek High On March 11. the State Pardon Kid." will hold Board say It

selves as well as possible of the I High School. held at Grafenwohr. Germany,'' School Dover Fla. Board rejected their plea for a public hearing In
at Gainesville
issues at stake, the Beebe 22 of' commutation of their death Like 'The Champ' Tuesday to try and
qualifications Kenneth R. son in April. sentences -
: 1 Pvt. Charles D, DInes son of| determine
of the office aeekers, and Kenneth Beebe, 3552 Dorreen Specialist! Jester, a driver In Mr. and Mrs. Earl L. Dixon, 3007 to life In prison. Since "I play a former horse racing crash of what caused the

what we honestly and unselfishly Drive, Lakeland, was graduated the U. S. Army Depot Activitynear W, Grandfleld Ave., Plant City, then, Bryant said, his office received 'man and veterinarian who Is a Feb. 3.The an air hufle plane

believe to be best for the com from Officer Candidate School Chlnon, France, enteredthe IS scheduled to complete advanced some 50 protest of the free soul," Dennis said "My
munity as whole. This really and was commissioned second, Army In October 1961. He decision on the ground that the wife who has died South( Central Airline
artillery training a* a conveniently twin
ia a big order. It Is often difficult completed basic training at Fort cannoneer at the Army Artilleryand youths' intelligence was near] a couple of weeks before the lust after engine Beechcraft crashed

to sift through conflicting REMODELINGHEADQUARTERS McGEE Jackson, S. C.. and'arrived Missile Center Fort Sill, the moron level. aeries start, had adopted. a lit_ i.nons.. takeoff, killing nine
opinions, emotional colorings overseas In March: 1962. The
4. Dixon it receiving
'OKI*., April -|
and old prejudices. All we can Pvt. John H. McGee, son of!22-year-old soldier attended Au Instruction which will prepare -

do Is try to be fair and honest. Mr. and Mn. William H. McGee burndale High School.Winter .
I him to -
serve as a crewman
To spend a* much time as possible Do T*. Maid 224 Orangevlew Lane. I Haven in field artillery gun and

to satisfy ourselves that A New toot" Lakeland, completed an eight- howitzer crews. The year-old

we have done the best we can Our Pled Shmilis have ewe week Infantry course at the Army Pvt. Leroy Mcintosh, 'soldier, entered the Army In No-

to become Informed Certainly t,tr< (anus built" "see She flpo vember' 1963 and completed basic -

an uninformed and ignorant, .4 ,.'.. Thiy eve .ry. training at Fort Jackson S.C.

voter can at times do more: Thtckbutt. READY, WILLING AND- p

harm than one who does not Nut Writ I Lake Alfred

vote. W. Iliad l rev .., .. 1047 color <. eA' saefJ
The last and final step Is to .In Pm CM Pains And I Eugene G. Fowler, son of Mn

VOTE. This once again requires m.tch It *.. tly fl.) ywrs froM EGERREADY A. J. Ashky of Lake Alfred has

effort on our part. We must II... been promoted to staff sergeant

make the positive effort to go ,..fmvlatiM/ ..? m the United State Air force.

to the polls. If It Is raining, if Sergeant Fowler, a dietitian Is
Our Full Thick MM. GI... lent '
assigned to the 317th Tactical
it Is difficult to get a ride, if it .. .. .
...1. t yeti (ofc .t wily : here at Evreux AB
conflicts with business and ;
social .. ft. 'Wse is,
ft< ptf a
... .
With .iMllty tbcki .11.. y France. The sergeant cam to
plans, if we are too physically ..ill.HNH4
a Suit.. *)* Tensing Ukmtory ."* Evreux in 1962 from Moody
and mentally lazy and do Aw.tnf Windows ."....4 fcy Undwwrittn Ub- AFB Ga.Army .
not vote, we are playing directly ,
#24, Tb's. LIsa 6 $15.95. I Specialist Five Evmtte
Into the hands of those who
Jilomta. Doon $25.
Sha' D. Walker, ton of Allie T. Walker -

heritage would steal-our our freedom most precious No one Need Galoshes' Getters T* ,>. yeti ese p.,.....11..4Mfrtu I 1165 S. Necoms Ave., Lake

...... 1l. l: 'Alfred, participated with other
I can make us do these things W. Mil 0 0. G. 0 ft. aepahees, nytliM.. __........
4th Armored Division
And e compM DM Mite** members of the
that are necessary to preserveour EGER ---
In three week of field
Httt "/,w..4-A.y tied?
freedom. However, a gun in IGU LOCKS COST
.. which ended
T kkcksIMV maneuvers
yeti wky i.e training -
our back can sure make most of W. have V sad H ciNrlw In NO MORI THANIotlp'a '
..rf t folk
tr Cwmty'a March 4 at the Seventh Army
.. ..
10 end 12 >. .
us kneel down and lick the ..,..-, 'Itoettr ORDINARY ILOCKS Training Center, Grafenwohr

t boots of those who have stolen Call us MU 2-4651 for Germany. The field training
our freedom. Let's make sure It tested the ability of combat and

doesn't come to that. Let's Real Bargains Concrete CO.INC.. support unit to carry out their

1 VOTE I mission under simulated battle- OPINING SIT MONDAY-Th. M. Neaeesey
Wend .... MIe. aeceiss, M.ltl
See you next week. EAST SIDE field condition Specialist Walk IaIesd. win apes hr Issianse Hunnt nnseslsg. n. a... aeseiss, pine .f the?

er, a tank gunner In CompanyC Ward shappleg access iaris, ._,IttIt.. .a Men.ei.J, Nsaejacssy
TOMadv. LUMIU CO. Auburndoli! Florida Ph. WOodlawn 7-1173 1..1..1'4. fa full, stscled with
ases __
lAST MIWAT 9J 3rd Battalion of the division's ..,in and It ui..4 Ie "issesli all/ pores cad tee'lHrift seld
ly she
sow aese.
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the school board office In Bar- Roofing POll W 0 Ola.d.llol .... Dims IIIN, ........,04, ,meu.arrtnnd '
30 P W WedkMdar \! n.M W LaalsnC. AIM AuurndXo -. Cell L505 Walno .13.
tow Prldar, 410 P. M Tnnnday 0 Ho ... limit 11III.11 Itl for Interview, BUS DRIVERS
Courses to be taught include fa Saturday. IS 00 Noon Prldaylunoay BANK RATE FINANCING talk bond ....",red. CHI ThuriFrMi PoR lss'rsvea'runoo sojltio WANTED
Mathematics for 410 PM. miCa alt. >, Monday. S to 19H i O,00r000iIO, d=. ltftr.rnorortou .1
Elementary ..... >ltt CY "18.. WinlOrMA mud isbIIadL.dotr
Teachers Directed Studies In Uonday,OlSPtAV llooAM API. lelurdkyIMeMky McGinnes Lumber Co. Ii..n, .... 11I13WANTID. mmedlate openings for

pace Science Directed Studiesin II00 Moon UonaayWedneedi ASSIsTANT ,I.'nlIn. men to train as Inter city

Fundamentals of ........, 4P11"" cr'lI Sortlos. 01- bus driver Requirements:

Problems of Teaching Radiation Children Qo Tb.rod 11 00 Coos Tuosdip 1 600 West Main MU (3141 City Employment tire, Cltr!. Hill ezppnmcv.o- __dcl.1100 .-1 1WAII'I'ID High School education. 24.3S .

1100 Moon WedneedayFriday
with Visual Disabilities Organlatlon Tnumdkylatiirdky H Week's Fee H oat-rota", Call J. '13. Pondorti. years of age. Height 3'8"
IIECKAG-A U. S. ".11- Upon A'ot.tUl'. I I. Pt Floors haloora I .. ... end to C3". Minimum weight
coptsf Ohio aver .,tc.... of VIotRomnt and Teaching of Elemen- 1100 Noon PrOds I. .10. 4f1.1I11.WAIITIID .
itorror piano offer the
ary School Music Advanced sundky, 11 oo Noon FridayThe 17 txttrmtnatlig MALE l5S. maximum 210. Must
oircrofr trashed ,.ytln| o military opororlon egoieot Viet Coni LedkW ..1110' ko tea ItOOPIrR a.d huildmmemao.
a. C Dcn.os ItualIno C. hdva good character and
Educational Psychology Junior .....'.1. for mar. Ohio ass .aTourneau dozer operatorand
..olIIsa pap the Cambodia bo,... 5504535; 4B8-OB73
Tko Am.rkon pilot wasjared High School Curriculum and Incorrect ......10.. mechanic riving record. Experience

sod his Vlornomou obiorvor. killed In the (,..h. U. S..uth.rltl.a Case Studies In Counseling.Fee. THE UKEUND LEDGER TERMITESARE .... uiHi OWNi thrdl ttnlwdrlftr MAN houilni EXPERIENCED. heu.enold nodi In once-InC driving heavy equipment I

sri lnv.DloMn( the lonioilHy. list I Combodio' for all the classes are $12 QJC TEUPHONI Trod -Ions ol.tanc. Air. Ir.llh't1.1o .... okperlenck Sod not necessary Must pass
SWARMING ondltlonw realrmao. m.ch.nt .alar*. W.I"ItO., L....
flghtor ... shot dow the ipottor plono. (lAP WIh.,. vhs per semester hour or $J8 for I. oMununlf...ut mottllt t.- moOd LotI..r rigid physical examination.

....I. from foloont I each course. MU 6-1151 -cALL US- torte...., lib uohnloiin. dl.. a 20.20 vision uncorrected.
< meOaoia. Iaodnsonr. .hpf. 10.
1 son ItASON U HER, lot M '''''.'.'. -- II.loo.tru., ltitrO..hoitaie Contact C. A. Krause or

0_ 0 tresS Four hont .. provont lafMloa 10010 .1180. 5,04eacoor INDUSTRIAL R.: H. Holland at Greyhound
o! roftcbM fend ails. Prlvotro Trlln..LFEMALE
i dI Speculators ANNOUNCEMENTSS C raomi, 111 10, S roam. ENGINEER Terminal Tampa Florida

11100. 5 rooms ....Ino. 1cooma. : 2 p.m. or 7 pm. on Man-
fflr.: tft1. ""' .*IMl dr-womra.. ppu.l. 001mmiounim .
; Find Big GainIn IZ .1a000.CALL boil wi dnnarl.moss LARQR PRORPHATR vrrtmo day March 23, or Tuesday t"
: 1l1t"ffflSin S
Wil@ Lf.J ; Nitlcni niBBMor, ttonoi, e Khtrrftdlt AND PHOCMDINO OPERATION March 24.

,.. ........, dMk .l.rk nivbtt, LOCATED IN CENTRAL PUJR-
, Raw Whiskey ,, 'ILL siod COil Ounsane.oortine Whisk Chemical Co. oho,," work.',. tlMrfttlonlit, hot- IDA HAH A PERMANENT< OPENINO An equal opportunity employer -
;t, Sood. Dlat UtI .042" ....>. Miuiu. >n...r..l nuio II. POR A ORAiniATR INDUB- .
,_ H '' I for '.......i, Cklkerieo H.'dw.' nno ._..-,. VkltrMiM, cook TRIAL ENniNIRn TRA1NINO
NEW YORK Some people MU 6-1356 omkrapw? lioo In, WckKIlwtiuuiii. PERIOD WILL REQUirm MAN
TRADING sTAMPS ..chabse.d orbooht. TO WORK III lIIYINO 0 'HII'-
lakelanderIs and Donatelll'i East Side Phar- with plenty of money to spare Macan, 10' SasS 101.... Counter nrliRm. PIll D"AIITM'NT A8 A 0511tP00550100 56 SaUirninPULLrn

, macy. prefer raw freshly distilled ; .Ia...... 208 Arcade Bldg. PO" APPI Lv '0
the finest LOIS' sLIP Cover hop, lot, 21 IMnnl.00rlNQ MOVE.I'ror'TNtl! BROtH mi avorkkO
whisky to 12-year-
Donatelll hi.
Pharmacist and wife will be Cheetnit Rokd MS-H07S Dreperlee -1 TRIAL ENOINERRINO DPPARTMRNT on. 1100 a loot Is thIs soot.

honored on March 21 In Gainesville -;old Scotch. That's because Itcan AuitrlMI, kednprekdi.auruini' .illp... ,cover' DU.NDA.L' sota.naackiD. OR TO A AUITA AI.II Do nut Ton ten kkneet to earn

Of The Year At that time the Mortar bring them capital gains Ofup rod. end tnitallatlon' Mua-cornlcea snot tn'o.n IL 51GIns. .. MAKE MOREadd PRODUCTION OPENtNO wIlL SkIS much to Hart Call MS.4k.SS
.... .. Lumbar CllIIIP", 100 CONBIDKR RECENT: < GRADUATE -0 FM t* ae* if .lees a auallIt -
drede of .1. ke cboone from
to 62 cent.Speculators for dealerihlnLOCAL ,
and Pestle Student Chapter of per W, "aln UtI .3141. OR AN ENOINKPR WHO HAS _
in the United CHRISTIAN NOR a lit 0 home HAD BOMS CXPERIKNd IN
Lakeland pharmacist Felix the American Pharmaceutical open Ipecikl attention sites to ALL TYPE mtdMtUtl 0tatnlIi oora4rCo Classified ads to THE CHEMICAL INDUSTRY hold DMTRIBUTOR el houlM
= appllaneee kei optnlno tot
Association University of Florida -State., Europe and the Middle the suds of okcn pall.... MU tools eooalrd 0. hol- dlrert iklMman' ,
Part time kliroonilderid
Donatelll was recently namedFlorida' '. Roorint and Shnl Uttol,
will hold Its annual Awards East; have found now that S13S1rnontbt, laos >wIts Olln. ..S-J13V: your sales staff Dial MU .IRY OOMMENIURATI WTItIDUt"ATlON lend bkrkiround In.Iarrnolio .
Pharmacia of The IsUlofl AUtO I14SUftANCI. Bed so ... to Ron 1-435, tnolend
Year by Rho Pi Phi pharmaceutical -' Banquet. Scotch Is In short supply that rid... .0 in'U...or, 51,00' HIM for an ad.writer OPPOHTUNITIIIM lads..,
M Call MO kPktternt "'
froma p -
fraternity at the hJni- they can buy new whisky WRITINCI ITATINO Amos P.JCPERIENCB ALEXMAN WANTED for homkellrnf
distiller hold It three or flOurs 'ABRlca. 303. North .. today. EDUCATION AND kkk Bl-JO Cwimluloaompanp
verslty of Fl9r PlOrida. 001. 01' .1 boli.... additIons BALARV REQUIHEMENTS TO tiAs benefit. hoipltel.nn .
four years then sell It to a JQ lOt >5<.. ..tto.., OMH ., oMInttM. Alteration. ItioBMd.asS Jill T52no. INDUSTRIAL RELATION OS.PAIOTMXNT. ..' oroun life acoldesi ..ndh.aUb.
Ida.The blender who mixes malt and c. AMKRICAII CYA. Applr BordLkko .. Daict.
[ award I.I |Is Goodyear Names aei.R000-OsV5 ...t... ,00.t .. MU S4IJO 53 Help Wanted, Female NAMID COMPANY. BAlCWftTKROAfR 44 Win' Dolts.
I pre.entedannually grain Into a palatable far Aithma and R.r perer Prea PLANT, :JTIIII"It ) 8iYiiii8Pirsoe d..Irln. I tIlior's
blend More than a million Corn.otra lIon, B Kennel-Dtetrlbutor BUSINESS SERVICE WANTED WHITE mlddlo iso As aM- 't-Am. wool to ,"loa In.Auomrlaiiod'smmroounta.
to the Mulberry Firm B.Y 3tU Hortk Florida AreMO womM lor houwkop, for .!- ,LOYaR.YA" : ,
who gallons of Scotch were bought dtrlr eotlplo. Room act board pluiikrr Preler man with ..... .....rl.n..mml..loa ..
pharmacist for $2,500,000 by such In- 27 Accounting Beokkseplnf small ingulro In oirtonAITREHS -.. kailk, Reply ., .."
hat received MULBERRY Tn-Cot., inc. some .... 5 a L" oictsco and photo lrom.I. 131 5,55 Val000ia ler only to Lew Ion Irittheri,
] about 2 .., 5taaOaSbIO. U' Lake 500150Onto. PO... .
recognition forW of Mulberry has been named a estors In 196 per cent INCOME TAX bflokkttplnt Tour, WANTED; Ml tl U II bid or .", to work Htl. Orlando Florida

t i outstanding activity -contract applicator of rubber of Scotland' output. poll SALS (stir aries 101. Pt... .lomo .or DIne mr and olllct.,...no,..*oktrkhkrio 'tilOP 31 OIl WM Menorltl BoulonrdUD1SR with our muikker In Uii arts of GRANTSNEEDSSALESMEN

,. .... rut, acucsl, WTvseo wowrnn. M'.O ha Ckntrkl florid. C.r required I
ta Sotaoo L.bl..d .10..1O.rd.n.
andachievements lining materials by The Good ucatL ADV..TIIIMINT ca: ., (-1431, kfti STIlE 25005 luk, 315 SnaoOasI:,I,II. III club. lii 11..11 Florida Out Mond, km, to Pridir in
: Tire ft Rubber Co. MU e-t34 1 A..au., for Ilk ApBllenre-TT t pkrtm ntaukrknteed
( year NOTICI OP1 HIPtlFFiSALIUnder Slob wik. not oo nor work Sal- 1 eklkrr rilul kommle.ilon I .
I In his profesilon. .: The Mulberry firm I. one of awl by 'vlrluo of a Pli : IARN bm.osi.. in-. .il with added weeklr lieknUnH --company hengflti iron
I (toss w rr.nt Iwtiod out of and 30 Beauty Parlors rIms sid Intel plMnf .0 ,..rk.I. Permanent petition. Write health ill.OIanOO retirementbeneflte
During seven new applicators recently nrtir the pail of the ClaIm Court oondllloni it tno SIms Urn ... will
w* to.iS-O
DONATELU the put year added to Gondyesr's service network I of Polk County, slots of KlorlrtuanIff = [ KIND (LOLl BEAUTY salon low OatS .5 k rullrr Bruin d.al. Pull. Mr. M. P McCullo. PO. loa I km. to I pmJ ,
Donatelli hat served date nf FVbrukrr IT 1964 w.t O>k. KkthlMn Opontnl.ItOCuSi or p.rt umt for t.rth., In10105000 1171, Tktnpk. Florida Include 'II't4-S,tl'>4, Apple Mr ,..',
ai president for Trloweld and Plloweld SMplont flIhtwAs'nso
oil so oat o for ttlaIS omit .U. W
I whoroln DONALD I. CROHRT If .* Ulttr koaplktk Some. adrM T. GrasS Co. nouthial,
I' ..
of the Southwest Florida The materials I Cia. DariuS. MU 14070. *
two lining are lulntllf ond ALVOTD BTRICK
1 telephone number, and .... MAN WANTED to oupply "...
Pharmaceutical District; Hate bonded to steel tanks, piping and LAD Ik daronriknt, I have lovlod aurmhlo nibs oioihs andor I. .0 dot 10.1.boo... .nd data ion would bi aolltbleto leleh Producta to raniumeri InNW
upon ind win offer for kiln InC'oil 3 Klndergartsn Nursery end ,
Of MAN PolO LakelkndOood
chairman of National Pharmacy process vessels to protect them I to the his hstan d bout blddo InS ..u.< .. ...I..d ktert trtinlni wltK tail tndvork time Co.to or alert part. No oapllal

Week; member of the Florida against abrasion corrosion and fnr f..iK kt the front door of th. iva iTTENTIOn WORK.INO nothtrilw Atoll I is non, ::.d.rW lt Stoics LoIsmcd If aoclptod Interview will required, Writ Hawlelka FAO-
Court lIon.. kt Bkrtov, polk omdorn ..r ..rk oonwr aomrdoi 470-115. Mempall, TennSS ,
you'd want In your office .. b> krranktd with m la Un .
State Pharmaceutical Association -chemical contamination. County, Horldo, on tho Tih d.> oprnlni on ".'b.ldo. l.dIYld..1 Lad. Oct M.a1l. 1

Executive Committee, 1 Prime users are electroplating -0' April IM4, the come bolnt k will be Riding tin Ladler ,... and .....11... fMcrd Oil HEN10R HAin drwiitr SlIt 050do ..r luluri. Week Wantid
treat l ..1.. day, at 1 :ID p,m", which .a.d. Cornw of 50010 lIons. i huh illllni KI..'. otillniilon
chairman of the Pharmaceutical chemical metal pickling lo botwom. tho I'lkl .* kouro olIkvon Want Ads tomorrow. AntU.S0 C 101 MlbrlUn, W>, 8. la she loin SouUinnWANTED ,

Speaker' Bureau. Tamp Bay and fertilizer firms. clock .A. M. and two OhocItlOO C.."'". 1 TRACTOR and dtkotni WORK. Row wanted Mulpment.Quick Mow.me .

member of the Ai contract applicator Trl- clock PM of MIA dky, the fnllowing Place your offer wblr.be'U CURR lId Mi5 C' II DIESEL ..n'... Call foe Ir.. eitui
Area public relations a .
; doocrlbod property nf thofonitint < usa LEDGER 1111110, 05 0110.-la UJ' 550 ..... ionS .. Pe.... HI SOkllHeaeonaMk. ,
committee Florida StateP Cote will offer complete In shop A L V 0 I D TRICK ... set It. can UU 6 T.mpa !0thost.cosoiesTvPlsT.. MECHANICS
wa Do crute 0001, Slums, ,
h arm aceutical Association; lining service as well as field LAND set root lo to-wlt.aU.t, said Okooutloi 1151 now CLASSifiED ADS Pin dif. 40. m.lnt, 1 Indocaelmo" Also Ct.0
hour Paid VMkUon. Compubrnitlta till Slot. ...-.on or
chairman of the State Pharmaceutical -repair service throughout the Combination RadloTVPhnno.snph iood lUrtlni i>l>rf WANTFD HUM1 CtASI WKSEl: 501-5134: .
In wk>h ound, llvlnc roomchklra >- .. -.- .n4 Uditr, lol 50I' '.
Convention Clear- Mulberry area. wrIts Uk>l MECHANICS PRP.PEK MEN TO I
.... .
1 (S). ..d Ublrk (I), JUNIOR WEST .11 LaoS lcid
water, 1964; and presidentelectof The agreement with Trl-Cote .. tlnlnc room ublo I ?. __ RR FULLY IN QUAIIF1ED ALL PHASES HY EXPERIENCR O.; ...."n.. hoii.o within and
chklrk. rofrlormtnr, L.on.rd)0.'trlu fa woiilLI5RoRY a.\lI..I p.lntln. Photo MU I.UM, If .0
of Florida Increases Goodyear's service ; MAINTENANCE DIEftEPOWERKD .
the University
ktovo, UB olmtrlawoohor BUSINESS SERVICEDIRECTORY Ann Civil Sertios. OtIlos. CIIIH.II 0000' MIl a.37o2tie CcMo,1
Alumni Association. network for Trloweld and Plio- TRACTORH, LOCOMO Dr'.., LAsIsd,59rlds.
College I bdk. ahnt of drawer FIVES. O'N 'KA TOIt., AND;
Lakeland area residents know weld to 15 firms In 13 states, *, .,nil to bin, drfmor.MONROH round AND .1.....">o. mae II DRAOLINEIIPPRMANPNT. WANTED BY eaperlenoed men:
..... .... Ill,
) BRANNKNOh.rlff : corAl ill .1. Cotulhi down, kuttlnk barS or
Felix Donatelli u the owner of according to Tom B. Blair man of Polk CmmlT, Florid ...... John LouniIT ... jOllan. .. JOB, 0000 WORK erotic troea. Call ."-3JI' or

two Lakeland pharmacies, Don.atelll' ager of the rubber company' BIl FAtL W "INCLAIKChl ... end eo. rtow, lou CONDITION, AND EXCEI 000.9153,

sales .f Civil Uoputjr WANTID: CAR hop ISIn or o..r.olhio. .LENT EMPLOY< BENEFIT WAII'IDI!: LAWN onootno' pscdAcOoIsO
Medical Arts Pharmacy tank lining department. '.Ml. AP.I pffioIn ., WhirlWind PLANS APPLY IN PERSON OR Orasb h..lln. it..
Dcl... I4J1 L.'endHili. RY LETTER To INDUSTRIAL p..'P..e, jO.aOnaOI. Call MU
I'ndor nod by virtuo of .. .... AMERICAN CYANAMID COM.
--- --- --- ,
PONY sslwstR PLANT, \ 1(01,1.5; assdm0
WORRY CLINIC utlon. tmuod out of and un d., Appliances lewnmewir Repairs LADY WANTS someone to BRADLEY, FLORIDA AN EQUAL: ., plnoilns. oulll..lln.. dl... \
ho .1 of tbo Cltlmk Court of I Ol'POHIUNITt EMPLOYER Ins. mo..ln.. .0,. CoIl ifler I
Polk County, Btoto of Florida, ,live in and share p m. 11111 .'....Ioa. ....118... __
..ndor the date of Ffbnmry IM4 POR IIO..PT "I" so "'rlt. LAWNMOWER REPAIRINO ..... expensesn __ uuu__ ____ _
1 whr.ln Polk Loon Corpora fa orator.. wkinf ....hi.... and .nd tool "fi.rw>nM, luf khd my home. CHRISTIAN MOTHER kiepe ehll.dren .
Often IeoIisnnM, ash Torilt. Cut, Mil\ .....r.. KIDMIT, lifts Lull. In hep bom. Lkrkk nley I
Orators tin U rlklnllff: and Jtoh.rt Ix
Poor 51,5101 Do..r....... .....1... MU *.1340 AUTO SALESMAN I room (enned ,.rd. Rekeonkbll
Johnson U dofondant I have ) ..... n", PhI. 502-totS.
od upon and will offor for kali CALL MU 8-3583
and Mil to the hliroit and but Aute Rtpelrs Service I Moving A SteregetLUID nvi JO otm: txpANSioN' PR/I- NOW .JIIIIDINT "..rl. 100. AnlA
Want High DegreeBy Iddor fnr cash. at tho front door : WILL INCLUDKEW 50,51510. II'. Holuidie. eta7001 -
of tho Court Flouo ot Barti PECIAI.. CAR wuk kl M. WISh VAN Li,.. for knk mor- AnillTIONAL PACILITIKHOUCONO .
Polk rounty. Florida, on tho Ithy CI.) andol. II II. sale 0.... InS K>r< '. T.rnkU Wkrohouir TO NONI IN THIS IRONING DON .....nobl..
.y of April 1. 11(4: tho aamo bon .uunoi. Pro .1"an. ..Cor driftJ304 Ttmiltr, tnij AkMk, MU NEEDnew AREA Wl AHH INTERRHTrD. IN OdIn mint to lot Mono OhioAvenu
George W. Crane, Ph.D., a Ittal p.l.o day, at 1:so rn. .. Kiutk riorido. OilOINERAb ..Mil AVINCt THREE ADDITIONAL *.
Mrh lo botwoon tbo trial Ip.aalrouro = ',4'. FURNITURE TV set, ALFHMFN. OUR OALEHMKN
of cloves o'clock A V end I Painting ? A real -MUKT BR AMRITTOUI, HELP-
Tilts 'r>tco Front or new car opportunity MOTIVATING WITH A nEKIHI if FINANCIAL
CASE S-4H: James R, THE REAL objectors are wo clock P. M of kald day, thiollowltiE .nC .11......', Irah Sod lIt for' wllllnil workers X> LEARN UUkr Bl HONKSr I
the who have already ,...rlb.a property of the ... ."..I balsnioa Olelo 4 sod RPltlltU "!.CIAr.. Will 151,1hioci. AND
aged 27, Is a clergyman."Dr. clergymen lofrnilant, Robert. l,.o Johnson liatlkfy .. air's. ".r..d. .0 '''111. "lID Ona 0011. ".In. !n. with AVON fine Cosmetics IOBERCONTACT 62 Buslniis Opporlunltlsi
Crane." he began wangled a DD. from laid osooutlon and coolowlti oludfd, two or tim "droom
small college h..... for sis AM noiuiwuhn Write P. O. Box 1395or Mr. Cl.ud. Jenklnk at
why is It that the clergymenwho : some seminary or 0.. Chovrolot Panel Truck Aute Seat Cevers .. ISJ-435S LAKELANDL1NCOLN.MERCURY CHOIr IDIINEM and Incomeronertllt

are poor orators often You can easily guess IU. it..,,.. #KJK.(101, ID UNDO AUTO leal CO..... Complete Opallor. Ill M.I l, liemorlal Rudr. LMLA Hid,,

want to go In whyl #l .SAniinkiiMONROH BnANNFH t automotive, Inlerlore. |j< PAIRTIria, ., Inurlor WAIHINO. tiurlor, floor workPrM flo.shin. Call 682-4137 for piriontl Intorvli IMU 5-4101.
Main 'ho..U11'0
for 'depth' The D.D. (Doctor of Divinity Sheriff of Polk County, Peot ..II... .i, eossosbIa orlroillIBvl Lakeland 2COSNLIoAdOIst 0.5,0.... II
"honor- Florida ( u-3114, Mr l'ucm.o idnirS. SaoSliOflS locauoa, hash
counseling and ) I. now called an Byi KAHLW. SIVCLAIRE!: Building ,VA" DRIVER needed. Ek.. 1'.110 Jnl's i .r...... RenRAILIR -

a Ph. D. degree ary degree. Chief Civil.. Deputy GENERAL CONHTROCTIONROOM i Picture Frimsi direct HALEHLADIU eelee ...WITH.rI....eo.rn.tlo to operktlhomo Ol moro ki kn owner-operator orlno '', tar, .II-.IOJ.

? It is awarded to outstanding _1'.111 ....dlll.... Cuitom tablnetiInterior ahopplnt ,,"1,*. a.....'.- ..for Amerlrk North American fMteil"krowlelnlnk Von' ; PARK S4 .P...., I
$ IN ThIS CIPCU1T COUOI'TEPSYM ealerlor deraratlnkRooflat PiCTORS "A..II? aflotiluitrim's or poiltlon open. SBS S1JO. I 30 ILln. hail oc000 ds.oShedO.om 0,0..
O. "For exam- men I'll admit but no JUDICIAL CIRCUIT,
pie two of myclasamati more outstanding than thousands "OL.KI COUNTY, FLORIDA.IN and kldlno' Free Cell e.tlkiktek 080.ISM -. r..d mad.. 0.1.. Act aOp, AND ....rt..... dav llceniea, PM Ireo' vaa malmnre ,. M-aRI. Lakelknd LedterClub .

a who don't get such an CHANCIMY.PATST tit Flo Eaer. .,Pkrmentk.t...... UrkI eon-5907 Drum... 552,15. IIU 1.3a04 rook April In _..., 1037 EMI >nd plenty of work. Ho 00M0-noUS total anita, urn.p11040 .
: HODOKHU Plaintiff, tractor Lleeniod and bonded Main. 4 ..40BI. OM-0091. .el line ,..."arod. Anpllnnte molt Iunolhr,0. 0.04 I.slllanIs
have decided award Plumbing Suppllei h.hotw'.33i0d51, hInSi C 00510 p itatee, S40Iood
D.D. at present is AUKS EDWARD! KODOKRfl, = RIMODSLI5O. AWNINUIU.AMU Male ate model trulor or 0 ream.. span.11. fln.UII,
For the 54 Wasted
take Help
graduate ,
_ to Defennant. uiiA.. nouM ooreeneiclni bio down ptrment. We will as.lIst '
It. 8 01lR18 Do-is 1,015011I'IOmOinO .. ..
13000 0010(1 .In. pooidII
work in sociology largely a political plum allotted NOTICE or SUIT CdInl nod ,.. Phone MU aol 11..01 'u..II"I In ::r..t.'i': furthir so.tolls koabor05005 hip' Will .aI8,
and to a clergyman who TITB UTATM (I" FlXlHIPA TOl 5-5351 lor I... ..1I..a... I Pro Internktion end dtiiuol ..,e. ACCOUNTANTSWANTED i Dtparmmlnl.PatS ( _00040, Phono MU 11747Reaeonj .
JAMFR EDWARD RUDOFRI I ,ronul pip' .ul ..d thrnd.od Warne 21H-74IID4SI, or
I a wealthy parishionerto onto Norm Amerlckn Vkn tine.Department .. MODR"!: flAW .hol. Do i't
psycho logy causes You Sri hereby notified that o CencreteUCENMD I 94 hour aerial. ISI-S4K.
endow the college or builda milt for Divorce baa boon flletl .UI-M34 Lkktl.. .rotrMlM ...,..."..-.o..t,,,.. aua. Fort W.,... Sued .1 .srlcditg so 511151 00105NmSinO
DR. CRANE gjiy.- iffalnit you In the okovo ontltlod C CONCRETE oentraolor "Ion tompinr ...d. ueoununuonitruellon Ind''IS I. .. for .eelllr.: Ill
new library or gymnasium ,'01111 and that you aro hereby Drlvewavk, tibia ildewalke, I Printing 1..rI.... .. oUl.. m.n..., ... flooRs, Phillip, e SiO Ihoo. Oil.
Elreet Osn.0
moms NW Wlntar
for It.Or required to some a copy of your ..*... ktreete curb. pktloe nod projuoti sooics all or
"Then want
they con .
because lower or other written d'fennei InC ."d.". L K. Morrlk, OM S41Stakllud POR ALL nor ptlnilnt n.... mosS ko wllllni to 000osas- Act NOW, Earn More
duct clinics for the rest of the that DD. Is lee tnWARD J, NOI.AXpUlntlffk .011 UtI 5-CAll. CoII".loI Pr_. printloo burst kv worklni In Hold utomoblle >rc, .",|.,., BUpprok
how to handle of old fraternity ties ottornoy. whoM addrom is.. L.tboraoa,50. UtkscipklnO.Rodletar offl.H 5 towird poiltlon .. ".1. BE YOUR OWN DOSS HI000, 510 tOO downneik .
clergymen on in I. P. 0. Box eta lakeland. Klnr = Draperies .....r.n., Olllco Monxw. Most M undiro ... eorner near lekritown,
pastoral counseling. between a few ringleaders Ida on or before tbo SCott day .t ....II... p.r ond omplonwntnu WITH MAYFLOWER 111.100. COlotS.I'roIltP ,

"But these two men were a given religious denomination April A. D., 1014 cod boforo. .r CUSTOM leADS. drkpek. alipcoc.Sodsakoi "- Sirvlti nmnplont,. srnd for paoaniI r...... and Inwrvltwo .... INEXPERIENCED. ParS. ."p.a.10 5Is.
mmoillatoly 1 thereafter to file tories. Tour fab- ...
very unsuccessful in the pul with tel Clerk of the ahovo ktyleilCourt rle or... Free ooUm.... In ANT TTPI radtaur eel.I.., 1 Ptrionntl, W.llm..Lord En.IDMrlnt EXPERIENCED DRIVERS 1olO.
"Patrick deserves a D.D.," the orlElnal of ..''d aneweror rour home. Eaw term, aul Mew cianlon .. ?\lulldln. Ino PO. lo> ILlS. Conoal.snS Homo, Ml,100. Will
pit.) And they neither got along sail written d.'.._, If any. Tampa HI.h...,. .U.SVMFemes Prda>'i'Hadlaler Service, MU L."I.nd, Plorld. I kde,
who Is now No lelllnt Rewind
very well with young people Ms friend will say, If you foil in do ko, decree pro u.5151.RADIATORS. I olf.e Shop, '.,000.
the of a enfeimo will h* entered kkklnk TraIl... knd lokdi kupplled
in their own domes luckily possessor stock .I..d
nor even himself and head of a yOu for the relief dominoed In the '0. "bl''. Ibis-ho mOh,4. ru- PRODUCTION Paid TrklalnsIf I JOHNJ.BRENNANRekllor
tic life. DD. ..omplnlntWITMCK. aZ MUTUAL FiNCI COOPS... ZOO alre> all <>*H. Oenilera lira I 91 er ever. taos .h,..
"I suppose they crave a school or ...minary."So !! my band and offlrliel Loweet prlee*, n* dwo paymentkuaranued Sotiih Florida. ...ate01.l.w.,181 OPERATORS rl 9osro. own or ean llninte lllll -LULA--4IS-410!
b sndoeacid. -
him to deliver .. of offlro 01 Bkrtow Polk We weak *
we'll invite Dleul-lltl Oak or later Hector
doctoral degree for ego Inflation "rootS, Florida, this 1Mb. day .t Lekelknd Indiiitrf, MO S-
the Commencement Address MtvhA,1'StOC, 4' II .. .."...,.. WRIT 0MI'ilWI'tIArDlbpi> oppor tune .
eh? with P. H. sLOAN JR. Ekpendlnl Chemlral eDeratloni likrceptlDk I. Will ttrillto, lor keel offeuperetlo ",
and then repay him ( RAM Polo XPERT '.....,.. of mow B k hidOtLshlsad .
Clark Circuit Court Furniture kppllratlonk from Hllhtr..1 : .m.U with 55511501,5.
'I' holif. tnnia. ellarelellum .. LaSsoSALAICA.
> .rD. .... ......
D.D. 19540lid krkduatee I b* eonndered .nd .lIr.cll. .P."
CLERGYMEN are the most a .u", toll rMwMfuii .. T.
colons .01' frnlra trIrtahocOlin for mplormeni ae production t.o"d SI 5u,5.se aeu dose
bused of all the professions. THE CIRCUIT COURT.Tf Icositacs, 10055 4525131 ias. 1I8.3U.. operator!. Applicant multb euchillk P,.._. 1.7191KUTAURANT .
POLITICAL trafficking NTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT between eiee ao-JS. and kwllltni OVEIWEAInformatlon U, I lob _
For they spend four yearsIn SUCH POLK COUNTY FLORIDA' :3C >00.fllie, 10 work on e.,.lIn. ohlltaeiliomenu. Hun p.". W.... H ,,... EQUIPMENTid
DD. Is much Ilk. lei ,... ... blob tleell.nl uoomi.soIlS
051000 AppllckUoa
and three years In in the IN CHANCtRVCASS lucerne TM Applr In torsos between
college school but then receive that In other honorary doctorates liO. amos i INK'KEf: it AlI, TTPL. In.il nalrasl ro, .s'sa,......lord... 5nrpiaSOd. I S :10 am sod tub amat ., IA.. SaItt0000 J. hadSXPOOISNCID ..., Uieoel kood .110.1.50.olnoow.ole-lao.. (U.tots.
graduate PACK NO tM tho Bmplormenl office. Inter :
YARD sod mobdtlnar -
President O. 00.005 00511Sf 000eilt. COO-
only a B.D. (Bachelorof made even to the BENNrII JO tlAJoID.801101f. INCOME TAX .,:u *nia. national Minerals' and ChemlraliOorp Itn.n,. .... IIo..mo" '. non. 63 Insurance
of the U.S.A. PlaintIff. > aoum rural A....., Bar Sole. Appi" Ontholl illmmmont .
Divinity) degree from their bribe -- $5 and up low, Florida. Sorn ...-ann,
Sometimes It Is a deft EDWARD HAVDSBOrOH Swimming Pull I TaTAr. PROTIC110N for poor
seminary- barrel handouts via Defendant.NOTICI H&R Block Co. ,1Ita0P sod .rOD.rIP *110 0..
doctor'sdegree for pork POOL CLEANED, .
Yet they deserve a OF SUIT repairedp pl.n 000 'sliOSSt end 005 ghcA
have groups as well as STATB OP rtXlRIDA TOt '" WHkdkfk e A I( to Phi. .054, ehemlcelk, kuppllektulpaient OlItoSe A. 5,5155 AlOO. 413
especially if they religious THB HANDHHOUOH- .... Ai Inn I to S .. "* .. TOl lass Main 1kI..h '10.1.. *... .. PSoas
handled the the White House. EDWARD MU .-.)... WE HAVE
successfully pastoral DD. who residence and malllnfaddreai 106 West Walnut St.
for a CD
this finagling RELIEVE[ [\
duties of a parish for at So Ia. UNKNOWN
Tili lslenskVlHION
should stop at once! You are heroby notified thateult a Phone 688-1958
least a year or so. 1m- for dlvonw hon bass filed. fmatfe OPENINGFor
this Instead the D D. should In the above entitledmi TRAINED INCOME Ilk tonUIUH4 PO" rlra Os ell
don't get a. I.'"% T"u I
But still they ...., .. rellekl ........
to. laO
be termed an ... and that you aro hereby lOse 400. 700 till '" THERE'SPERSONAL
doctoral recognition! mediately and ..q"I,.. no ..,.., a eopy 0' F..ran. 000 ... ...... lards. ...- nullIP cut,. MU "- 1". '
times I have suggest "earned" doctoral degree ....' or oth, .rltt.n ...t.n.... sac Mltclull J700 KkthlMntemp 'i TEPRESSRE t tr

Many and have awarded to EVERY graduateof .pon W.'lOr' W. )S.nI.y. ,1.lnut" ..... Cyst tvO-4151 Uphost.rhsgSAUOWCT ) man with experience NOTHING
ed this unfairness theological Attorney, w-o.. .dd..... la P. 0
remedied by an accredited Box ate. Lakeland FlorIda, on Orhfnre RtpelrsItudloe U'HOLIITIIIING IO..- in our wheel align
urged that It be has .. illS 50..,. .nd ....... 101.
least after he the 2nd day of April A. DIM4 ., I.
automatically awarding the seminary at I and before or Immediately ace LAMPS. .IPLAClIR" shod'sLas. _..,.. Proo .._..... old u. ment and brake department -
all seminary graduates handled the perplexing problems ,hereafter to fllo with th* Clerk .. pants and .....Ir. 1m..1 .od dtllnrr. Phono 4M-4MO. SOSHolllPkiwortb r [ t tof !

DD. after to one to three years'success of a parish for one to ; irltlaal.f tho akoro of said at,newer.... Court or eats the *. MO. awe 0-4411 ooota Or..... Avenu 5.04.Vesatlsa Guaranteed salary I

In a psri h. three years. ..Titian ..'....., U .n,. Iflsds'rmA'TTCALS plus commissions I
not lose so many If fall to do oo, deer. per a bout Ledger's "Per. I
worst kocanial..afuIuisd. in
know the A NO tight budget through Apply person
But do you to sociology and psy- oonfwio will b..sicaclaeoio.lYoia _,..... ........ a ions!" Column. Want to \
plan? clerics ( the relief demanded In
or ADS
of logical d. ootomoMlo "nokllndl -
critics my they "'! un< AM Classified ads. To sell
may chology Just because tho Cnmplelnt.WITNfckM ass .Air-Llto, MO (-.", "secret" all
."Dr. Crane you handle ml Pant ana official sprtad I
objectorsto creva that "Doctor" ..el at ,lfk'. at Bartov Polk GJVI things you're through
"the strongest BE LISTED IN THIS 0. K. TIRE STORES
in front of their names! (ro.ntr, riorlda this lltn day or over town? Dial MU
your idea were probably ). 1q44. with dial MU t-1131 to
or dentists eh?" (..BAW'4'll" Id. SLOAN 1ft. I BUSINESS CLASSIFICATION I 606 E. Memorial Blvd. (mi formed.writer!
physicians doctors Helium Is an Inert colorless ('lerk rlreult r.urtII place an ad. i
No, not at all! Those odorless, noncombustible and Vlvl.n, A. Paryil DIALMU 6-1151-Ask) Classified
admit the merit in awarding Deputy Clerk

clerics. nearly weightless gas C-nih .
that D.D. to -

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FINANCIAL INSTRUCTION 90 Poultry & Supplies 17 Articles : 91 lortir A Ixchango 108 Planet & Musical Ind. 117 Automobile. Wanted. 1 121 Mobile Homos 1 1 124 Trucks, Trailers

is Mortgages 1 84 Schools QUAIL 50010.0- ...1'Whl. ;..:-Sol I I SILO LOVBLT ii'1.......TBAOS IBUaui phono; : HEAR WAN'TII CLlAN 05?, .46 IC 'M OTJSBTHAILBR IHltlllM .. 101. 10-46 MORRIs VAN iMf Good A roll coBdi-*.>
.. "I 00 prr huadnd Aim"MlloJt. rrorhrlHI ".... Polaroid ramira. boil mil .11I'1. Cell IIIU ..... Cilia _" '1 TrIll-, ...d.bl. "oikherM

.0.,. BUILD Mil. ,.nu... FHA ,L0000A.o LANOaT Sod mosS or J..iiartr. 110 im hundredDaT nrc.d. Sunlit ,........ tail nit inn. brdioomtMitr THE NEW LOWREY PAY CUll for .-., IdIot ofoaouodor Park Auburadall lIon Vrrr MIO iconoraleal BU.PM ia-troonporl.SUOS '7tl -
and VA .orI4U' Pint MorUlui m00000 6r0u1 000osI 1.1,1,00 old rhlrki, 90c Men H R lore \ nil Woof broth strMt WITH AUTOMATIC ''' ....1. P10556 oslIMU I _
COrp. of Florida M> S rloId .. .... Ur C.II.... ItO E, Fin St.rmodilid Doubrrl.r., 410 Bait BoraadAvoa i K -' ORCHBBTRA CONTKOU 30104.cue CLEARANCE SALEOn 1147 A"i--r OBIIB 005 10

A.... MU .-Jin Co..o"tol air M.diatpii Itr.... ,itark Plonda Phoai I flrsIlp now ::191 loot, Melon, Supplies TOO PLAT B OBMOU _ldlin Ul sow 10 ..d 10 wldoa 51.40 bod Chmrolit truck Iwo
; IN Omit pMntputer .
B ear Poll oaadltloaBM
_III. PVIUU Mt H 01. 34500. 1 stood roooslO
rour ritht Bind ind autaaiallrallv '
LOCAL SMSONW tit moHIM '- WIU tall al iroal .00 Call 4M-4MI. Wild PrloM Cut To TII BonoMann : ftutlas
.o BaatM
11000 la MOOD. For ID. All OOIIDrnoNINO reI.IIO"au. Uo Mali Clot 1 It'o' CABIN Malur .,) .P MirAUWTOClUrf Nor BBOHIOU aiolodboromio Bill HaWAMTTD..... to rolumi .,....... auala at Lakiland MUD eH-UM.
form.Uoii plum 0124116.F.HA .. mOO ........ w* traik mi 92 Wanted., UveitKk Pots III "._ 10015110 I a lull third.-haoi M... lot. 110 Bait
Writ Oommircial Trsd.. Inititlll I OUt soot ..=,. "a&'V.lrIn' I.. from 0.. nn lint ....1 : OLD lank can or ... DEE'S MUBT mcU. IIM mOOnS WUIPrloo. ,
i :
i ;W i
sn HEAR FLAT ....k.. tor ...b. Prompt pickup _. 0600. MU *-1211.
Boo "-''1. LlkollBd Lod- : 01
WANTKD ftc dilr tattli SIP nioriiaV'doubMUHB
? oaaoluaii _1 pun MANT keauuful Mrm ... Call. Biack'i. 113.11.1.
,'r. .000. will Hop ... p0bps 'UII. T.. ** ISO. boat Iwo 4S NP,o. dboOlIpI MOBILE HOMES
Powor. Dalrp. MO aORm.MERCHANDISE. ___ ?! ,..""itud* _..... like .*.. Till I W1I.L PAT. 1001 leo .lr isoor or 125 loses
and CONVENTIONAL OAI ITOTB. l '...'10' II U* will lobe 14iniua 'I CANNON MUSIC CO. ....k... 57 or alder. IIIV 40440WI II' II. W..b MV 0409$
nrordrr .....
WANT A ,.. bMi ISO OHIO awioriradi 30J B Plarlda LOS. 0014140MATCHIOO PAT $05 .0 for look .arnP1,0 1MClwmlit $ OBKD SCHOOL bum Good -
MU J.111.1Wiiii CAtVBM OALOM. H.
BETTER JOB? 10 Bn al Ills Banwawrrh _ODOB Friday_ I>.mlB. l pOol .., Tonkel'. IrIs sod pickup v-l. ._'11.. olo'.s. From IIM up MU ,-.....
MORTGAGE DOlOR ITALIAN ProTlnclluMd Milal, I... 613-3117. toll and air wndlttonlnl 031 NorUl Lincoln Army
_.. dI_. 001 I/ OWBMB .. powir
9S Motanytlot flbl cr.lnr M BaldwIB plaBO rtae SI.
llcytlu II Darida eompir with ororronoBttiblo
Take Your Choice: .... WlIlopOt. Mominr oiorlrlo ari, 14 satIn..... LOBBIU Inc MO South CASH FOR YOUR CAR oirtro. Uita for .7..... RENTALS
LOANS S IBM Keypunch THIDMPII AND ,..... MlM bool 01 liI..r- ...B laaki hoad Ion IlihuMm lorlda A..... MU Hill OUl' 0..... only 11._ 1110 150000101 .
S ud oir.K* aiMlrto norm., iWO- i... sot ... lilt trallor M4S II*. SPBCIAt. SALE ol labf OraBdBtudloi ,..d..... ckovratit win p101st. ..d ... SrotItraIl.
Speedwritlng Shorthand ........ ipotu nMM mmnerk lIP ...-r "" COBK>|N and "Dlo... .., pour elrdScsstsss .'. Load' COb ..\t'... LIsts 12| Inlllll' lotHtK Roost
To rib* Hour proportr oailrr .to S Typewriting Unwind Cnlc CH tWHI 'I sisd. no.450.5 .AI.I $010001 5310'. II... 5.005 10.. Browa't, KM Soul for 53.504. our art. OslO ,a..
ell or ,our drum homo ...! S Memnil. OUOtMTRIUMPH Post 041 Ii.: ... ... JOY .1... .....11..' lO.dl- ,P700100. CAR PAYMENTSTOO 1911. IIHI' Tollopot000 1051100. FOR RON? *r Imw kulldlBi at
OWB. it tiki PHA dr\o of ranoblilnup inmrto Office Machines WO iiiiTtiii'iUb11IO paS mm .... lets ..,.. 01 ...... C.II ....1.... Sloop. lour. trIoS ..., 1911 South norlda An. oornor
*7% at o fin' Comptomete Both 0 pwfMI rural' ,Onto palal .. ,. -,.11 ark ..... 110 Restaurant Iqulpment lI.to ".113. 001 Olin. oslo II.'" Cut: B.I..... Cu ko mod for an,'
113 ftoo :of .::0u .A u.lh* *OA 0 _dIllO.w N....>*.., .,IoM. ...- ..... CIII NU $ iiW--i $0600, olot. HIGH? 1044 C000IsaoO __. II.". .OIl. kind. or WUIUMOO. '10." parkin
*Tina tint '1.000 with D.rowtl BookkeepingStart for It.OM. Mn 1100 biro. 104ari ....... Juil a I.. kloek fromBouthora
Call Woirlor 1311 or IH4143vnpA :vn m.Dii II' dohoo. 11..1. lost sod IC" .IICRINI. PrI.ld.I.. Also .
rpjiTup to .
off irapor Niw. Hit lorOur Collrto. Call BortBurik.
complin' ditalliConvintlonil any Monday iiAft :n.DUDitoN. ItO Cr0015 ran aa* km, ... Will toll _..to, Hllh I Olson. dripS dl......... lI.tn' Pindanli lal Cnnralol......1 .lrspdsOsd win pip ...8. prloo onlf Itts. Dirk. kfO "3011.
.... tour *
loini up t* T&4 Day or Night 00.04. "I.d.bll'ld. toI0 ,.... HCHlMH ..... ., 1400 0115.100 lIo.d. boo 12501 1 droit boor be.. (00 you b.... I. on* you eon adord Aut* Oslo ion tut Malallrot
of appralijd tnt.. Hub parminlumii roadll"" toll MU I.to" IromI MCTtONAL. Ml I.".... 'h... 51 P04rsbuoo Bio Mr. RumllPENDARVIS FBono-MO 11610UARLITTS I
ol M riariPOLK 00-h 00 olrnl tool .... 102 Clothing 0204071 .11..1. 110 I. FLORIDA AVB-19M I*.
I .
43110 two bod000m.LAO
{.akeland Polls dun IJ CD< I ft of like ... air sodltlOlOdpolo.
IIOTO" .oottr. tridi ( .
to 1..lt.
....... 111 Good oullf or In (1d..110.. BII I IS
COUNTYMORTGAECO. llAUTrrtJl. .. Sporting
business Institute Inc. ..d rnBOI ..... Old 'roalpo HlhtIJ f0rpl 00. or 1300 W1-4M Ml ComoM
Polo moss ml ooooin
IT MU ,-_ Stsnl. Cop 010,6 ellA pInS 0014.
On Lake Wire Lakeland S It Po.. 0116000 IIM 7- MU I-7M1 OPEN RaUB' ApsohOsPpbr, CHEVROLET foci N.H for Poll tewriri hd..01- ...:bolidlol-Owairi"' Per.will

(869858 97 Artltlii for Soli-Mil., .brtt. 414 '" w.i '' 'Ri jt.i; i 100 I..n.ro, ,..,1.. 1904 mo$0l. irtltloa spain to soIl rwulroOBU -
Phone lid.. COli 110 1.2840. 60-oIl 50-03 P1-ri ordsrso 0 00- 110 II Florida AOL ONE ONLY Phoaa
H. Stockard
Ill : MMI At*. rol. I... boon., $45 10 180. D0- ... W.
0.7iTlBUILDERB AUCTION SALE loP", who. do"''''. 0000 PP.olnpL .. 120 Farm ImplomonttFOR NEW 40'xlO' .aI33.
GET INTO Every Saturday, 7:30 p.m. F.rnltur. & Applianceomdltlonrra Ed .. John', 'U88 P50kMod.
-DU000I. Uh NECCHI .. P1,0115. Plol, DISK IPACB and uliphoni, OOBonlal -
loini avallibl CIVIL SERVICE WORKI! BAXLA'S .. CLIAlilRB "bull" .... SoLo iBMrnallonalrirlor cub One bedroom partr, imall ilr-oonaiUon
with' loom lnroi tTOISOd Mta-womra II and 0050J0b. ....... 021bps ....bl... ..dll...,. .... .....1... a..", ooii': CLUBS _. J....' oonolleri -, Mo..r. Bottom '1.., downtown lloo, .ir, naMnablo.Tilcphoao .
rlomni, '0'''. ConviBtlonal ..d* .. H..b. 0". Short h'.". Ad- AUCTION GALLERIE Soar'...... .... ....t.I.. 313) CIO..I..d 000dltloo. S Irone. 3 l.rllII... dl..I..".. tool ban 013-4539.:
PHA at IS*. Compare at no ...rtm..I. Pt..". bp ibm. "Porairln TIns Auctlo BOUM 000O SO i button lIed. MU 04201. P0005 sod b.. 133. 301 HlbrIl.ooWI ,.>". and .... 13** awlndillRoad. $3436
LakBlind Mortui. tudr for local, .".. and fM.r ,. 604-2004. MU :3-40J7.
oblliatlon Wi BUT or loll for Tw .010000. T.k. ? '". WA' U I ftO. 129 FwraUhid. AportmtntiPUKNISHBD
Corp. 300 Roula TOBBOOMO An-'1'81' For PRKB InlormilloUl 4960 lO0. II W 000115." Com."" ......,
DU', 6524513.MORTUAOI t.k.I..d.. Lincoln Lod..lirilol.. Boa U-32. 950.. MO 0M3IOBtD eold 1131. f or.or ..k.. ropobrod. Promps ill osporl All 112 Wasted Mlsc.llan..u.CAIIH 121 Mobil. homes R&B MOBILE HOMES OB .........I.hlll. Olio

WA$6. II romplaI..orrk. ..1.*. Bn ui for ,cod VIM a 0- OIls kata ........... 187.00 t*
.. Co.v..llon" PIIA. mind HEAVY JQUIPIlItNT 10 bOoorl. TV I from 111 up 000r.00.40. ..... foUr Kilvlaator: aad I"OR pour 0,0104 50.50IOU IWNIlt TRANBPBRRID I most 1639 W. Memorial Blvd. .MOO BoBthtr NanMi Apartite .
VA, lots Urm, low Intornt rob. Trim nom for 0-HOP $012010001ruulpoiool I > wo II...... Workln ". dtal.r Nit* Dar TV-Ao- 33311.GOOD oil 11' I 10 ...... located lot _.. MO S-444S.
,..... CoBitruetloa lam P.amIHIIIlalaHHoHo1mPOtPm01 :to ndo-lno ",,,.,11I. Admiral loin. ....., 1330 AuburBdal MBADCOCK'S UIIID furoltop. sod oUter n Poo ....... Ooidoai Mobile Lakeland Florid
0010r 1100 mri. ".*. MO 03171.TV Psnoool .al'll ho..bold It_.. Top prInI paId. "'ark. ....1301. UPPER TWO _.... U.ln.
and Debt Conwlldilton loiniMortiaiM 1111 r0004.. Nitlonwldi 464 H. Wlkolll Singer 1-'JOt. room, kltobin. tolls, eidir iloiiu.Niu .
purohawd t>kilind m.n' ..."p0 0....... .ro"1 MV a.J.II .r MIl 000 NASHUA' 10'.50', Two wed- M2 SKYLINE 10.10'. T.o b.d. .to.... out. Adult 0190747.UOTIL .
room.. front kll4>b... .... >0odondltlm. iMtni. front kltrhn.' Mil anultjor
.. Corp. lOIn bUlb T. II. Wrlto Ormr Scnooll
M.r. AUCTIONFriday .0..1. ...1.. .. Onlr FhOBO for .... APARTkUNTB. OB and
.. AUTOMOTIVE 0200. ".d. lot or b. lot *
and Ltd Bo
...,. M3-017J
A>onui lihI 000poO.1b15 ..... .
An Blflna TbotrSEMI.ANNUAL 002.2700.TRAILZR bIb_ Cltclo Uki ..... Pin two roomi. .. utllltln fur.nuhld.

Nites Only 005r paymeBU .. ...... ,, .nn. Dull MoUU 4100 Now
c..I.1O. IA. oo iBiur.aac
HORTICULTURE 7:30 P.M. I ororor $200 bIlsobi 10. 116Mmobll.,For Sol. *. .1At..... pollS uppllM.. land VAN OYKI. 10..M', aIr noodl.Illolo. Tampa HlitiwirGOT .
CLEARANCESALE koodid local and Batlonalniporlori ...1.550d..r port. POlIO

71 fortlliior. food Soil II I Dogs, Call, rots w. bur or IOU for too 1161 CHEVY II air lODdltlonadautomatic I..n. 4710 Niwimpa Miulppid 13 "T" strut HolIdirMobIbo
tranimliilon, radl *, 8t.h..", MO 0-0034, 000.1 FirE.ONE .
Linoleum run Of TO 110 ....... tlatod llui. II.,4 0. Call
.... HIM HIlt bark
and K.
oil ..I.... Urawd 2200 B. ...,.. Chrli sod Till Via 1111... Hoe AUCTION CENTER Bi.. 1111 SO 3..1 TRADS-IN ALLOWANCB I8-lIU. ONE ONLY ONLY I
It O'N..I., MU4'31SiAJi Mulb.rrp Hushes. Pboni Ul I3" 0 B. II iMtMlllindi room lull. .. Poll YOUR OLD BEDROOM WI PINANCB Tour indlt 10rood. ODDS
2-0063: II... 52 I 50 toO .. D* TO sis Low ai I4S do... ....bl..
PHOSPHATE land for CARPET CARPJT. W.II.to..U ........ .. "" TKADI-1N ALLOWANCB Used C..., IM-II6I NEW 50'xlO' NEW 46'xlO'One
awn. Alu land ltd dirt far till oLTrn.S POODLE .h..... It ossol 5 to pour Stato lortllliir '- rOUR OLD LIVING ROOM
B Darn. MU 53076.Cow ulonil iraomlni, itudi. PUPIL .h.PI sod .1.. nod ...ed. $.. Used bedroom .ul. I9.R PORD 3-door, V.,. .1....
FERTILIZIR I nr..I0, $10S 13)3 Kathlm Moid Shop, loping (.brio mlllxndi irs boriWlnur I or TO wo lira 10B4 Chnrolot I-door. tlUJ 2 bedroom bedroom AND ENDS
.3.4B4I.. H.m., 000.3216. ... TRADB-IN ALLOWANCB Writ 0.. Aranua 04 KithlMaU .
old C.II J..... PrIoI 110 I. obrln rodu. altos In Ktt. I" 10 "- TOUR OLD AfPUANCBOl
Oil,. BAiTIR P116 pttltorod top In, our fibrlri worehouM ..I... ..t ... .. .... 1-0070' $3790 $4375
IOrrlOr ou..I... 10m.'. 11'.81'" G. C. Himlllon P.b..... BUBwir Oood und TV I i TO 110THADBIN 956 PORD I pa..store..oo.
I. W. mAyO fill dirt. sin rock 9. 11/10 HIlts North ol 1. I ALLOWANCB kicking around the house?
kitten. rabb'''' Hodiom lI.bbll. N.iw 3 HP 21" V... aulomaUo, air condltlonln
ntir. ihill. pimp phoiphati land MU.. 32100. tor"". I n0W .. ... .. ... POll OUR OLD D1NITTB Bitra oitr* .1.... Prlnto awni R&B MOBILE HOMES
Call MU 3-706J I rASTER BONNIII sop sill.P6000 CLOTHEBLINB POSTS. prosIlyrodonod. Good lIed ala.. ... Tbn BpKlal '..u.. 013.3200. R&B MOBILE HOMES Turn them Into quick cash
lublo' atard .. ..tori. .. .. ..
OROUNO PlAT 13 rlrd loW 1.35e. I and 3 ooaiplotoirwrldod ., ,
Baiol ,.., Companr. 4211 41.* ........ with I Still crifl punt' $504109 1911 CHIVROLET. B.IOI V-S.radt.fool. boats doo .. 1639 W. Memorial Blvd. 1639 W. Memorial Blvd. with a Classified Ad. Just
Hllli Bl d. IMI-0704 EASTER BUNNIIB for .oJ. loll Ah0o I I.". loll .(
.akoland' '
hooka, II50 and Ill M polo BADCOCK Lakeland Florida
6050101 l.stO. C.II loW 0-1022. Homa drllrarr loo Phono 516. *' VoLI S CORP. SIr..a...01.050.110., 1971 407 Csrto Lakeland Florida dial MU 6-1151 for an ex

72 Flowers Soedi, PlontiIbliciu AKC CHIHUAHUA PUPDlfl. Alu 1106 Watlord Mistsoturlno.D1lJ10300K6 FOAM ,
rid Dachihund pupoln. Chlhui.tud Main Star sod WinhouMlMulbirrr lUll PALCOI4. dolun., .door sodsp. perienced id-writer.
, h.. ....,.., O. D. ..11... 010, ibm.. to- W. Cut It Honda lIor ho stop 50 eaa 110001010.0000u FOR 1A1.I. 10.JI ..kII.t'.II...
CAMLLlA0. IIZALJA. romio.VIbIbOWO bl.. ohll". dOlk.. plrtorps WE PAY TOP Mul..... Shore Bourn .. OtO-5701. 'Itrlodls, alumInum otolpI and
POd0IPPUS. 0.1m. Outturn. 0024001. '..m... ...11..... .nd 016,0 lu. hr Oood Used I Bk la I p a, dallr, m. ..... TV "".1. All0 ... crotoni, mOos othon POR BALB, hall plotl halt pit 11100 .1 a20. C..b..a $10001 011 lud until I CLEAN Ian P00th.. .torcht.1 T THIRST I ? dIllon William Bibald 1* A
ouonibln ..1..... Anderwa Nur.r. bull pupplra. Cut MO "131 Wibnh: AVIBUI Op.a An Dir W"'....., ..d... l0.dlo h..".. mow .bl. Oforai Strut, Kin'i Mobil Mono
nor 1137 E..t Oloandw Btrnt allor 100. I USED 21" TV. Oood 000dlllon. CALL MU ir 10 auoriiu .to... iirtlmFlorida 110 141U.REP08.... Will ooniidM Iradi. IUMIRCURT Pork.OARDNIR..

honi MI-3J73 1 MINIATURI DACHSHUNDS. AKC '31. a03 00011 0.1. ..110 0 m.ILECTROI.OX 10'.31'. COnan. ioodo000itlnn. CLASBIFIf DISPLAV 51
rnlitorod Black ant rod 10..111.IIW7S0. Polk Ukilind AuorliU storl ICfI.m. ALL run aoddllno ... Sltvr I .81.. Mo-
7J foods, Fruits, VojTblis 13) I....' .....1., 111 No. Florida A... .ood. lobe Mornuopw.o., for tome mouth.waterlngfurniture Troll TraII.r P501. 6eOO H.. I
ou.r.0 IotA II .'.. Tskoopor 099. hUll Plomooth Colon. SP100l501 ., Lo' 0-boot. SELL YOUR CAR
u S HWT T.sops Hllb. 12. ii
, POODLS8 PUPPIES Bmill mininun. ...81..... JI..I: ,.,,,. Corp II'IE.I' ... WIll Tr.il Ton .. IIUI IUsa sl000h.bn buys? There are .
, 00A10056. QRAPIPllorr.. Pttk50 black all ihoti. AKa pa- .. alhl"I ... TO US.
Columbui Orb Tompo. tot t.u.k. 1110 191. Chr"I.. .'
".11,. W. .bIp. Do.nop .. apI.toIar .., SI3-JDOI I JD' VENTURA 31' TV. 30' .. WI PAY FRICIS FOR
Void.7RUIT Pr 32II-71J3 IARGAINO C..loI.I' .... '91 P0000 MU 0-1003.. bucketful of bargains In TOP
10005. 14' I... Sol lilt trallir,
TWO CHIHUAHUA pupplos for sod .u..toed IJ' 00 Sod ANY CLIAN USED CARS.
TWO BPACI8 IB Uio iirdon o( Moatinr tdoor'top .
FOR BALI Boo or bushSI. silo. 1100 T..lor '1..., bohlndHofloinla 'morr ...110. of thi Lkolind Lakelan"f Polo Initlllltlon. lelpI ., Powir brakii and ItO.o.boo. Classified) Turn back to Lot Itoh.! 41 II Elton loo. orow Park Trunr CIt'.1 ROSS LAKELAND
Alio ihlpptd Woolen Fruit 0 I... Mtmrl.l Oird. Clnitorr IUIird. '.. '. out Sop I. new or Rfil. Biro .ondl"... HIM. '
und, 9001 North Florida, "" WANTBD:" PUPPY Chihuahua orTor Ml-0010 TV It NIbS ol Doe TV. 1330 .11I llnano. Phono MU 10177itor. "Household Goods" nowlCLAISIFIOU ) 1040 lUCRAIID80N h.tr.Uw MOTORS, INC.
1011. Ro... Own till IM 1200. uoa W. IIL1a .", .1.
Timor or mitid Chlhua AUTO OLAIB sod door J; ....Ir. .. nil s9171ICTROLUX '11 FORD 001001. Low .11lru.. 0542010.CLASOIPIID. ISOO W. M..11I.4..
YOUNG fnoior TURNIPS, 7lo buihrl and Lakilind ooIImrd.for hua-Tor Tirrl.r. Not ..., ill ..". Iniulltd For fru oitlmoto Installed P IIhl..I,. Hilltop Trallor p..a I Ph. MU 2-JIH .

010-0007 nil Cllll Ward 313 Norla MHI. : : VACUUM ..... _
AoSOoSO. North on HIh... M. .1. baa OLDS Supo, 56 onoorotoorlno. DISPLAY DISPLAY .
BEAOLB PUPP1B8 riautoridnoarealiurid .U a.ooll.II CHAIN ... attaehminu Iinllrntlltloa. powor bo.4N, radl. IrA

76 Lln'lCapll' Plild champloaitud CUBIO fool O'r..r.. poeill SacrlllM, HIM. MU Low ailleai*. Call ".-
MU a1417V 10500 40" .lOo IrIsfino.. .U slit

'",U90. For STOVES ono apartmno MUIIT SELL will'. ear. 1H3 TR-3
I HARDY SOD CO. ) llveitttk RAIN TABLI, 4 .f trickvout. and and two Itl ...... oo.spsp," Triumph, Rod with vhlti lop
'. I...'.. triniformir, ..11HO ., mi. MU I-2MI alur 4. 1200 dowa and ...um. urminUVOLXSWAOBN .
f\i k qirlIfk \SELL OR trad Ill p..rolO.. Kill. Jirri Hocklni, 9010 I CALL MU VoID rololrsto.. II 00- Coil "V 101112.
I I Amirlcan laddli trod ,.ldl. Itoonoyftood.IKILL 0,05. olIn 10 lb. f00m.r .... soho BllBroolr
"_. .._10.1104.' .U 14401.
N OU.o. III" 5AW-6' LIsts ,.Iot .." MU I-5B3I ..I _I
TRACTOR WORK. Mowing, 4tbtrtd.M wl\Jt 510 OOHPP05Or ..mbl... FOR .1 oiiviic..; ..dI; ;;
of fornll000. .. .
6.*... and ....1... ftp..: AUCTION ohlJ Will Mil ehup. MU 1-8747 .1 1.0.. 'JI. W...,. 135. nod ra. MU S-M45 -1
.u. I. ontO p.idtoi aD' 50.4.Or
.. OI2-1401. _"'J'. AnlnOunnIOH.' H 0ti0soO... 111 CUBIC loot ..Irl..r...... l. .1.. ltd ...11<..... 01 low 10 IOOIKAIVMANN Ohio ooa."11.
.. .050. ..I... 00001000 I 0 m. ...11her. Coco-col drink bo>. 460 O..or "" .." '1'I..IU.. bloOsdlm and hoaur. 1.111..
.. 0. the .ub for ontn.oIlou,00l. ..tor hHlor, 119. I' cut loon DEEP ROOM ..,. lOu.h std 91105. 1"40 0' 0114114. '
10 ntIs10061105 iih' tub '10. '. riori* powi ... MUIUI1YI LUSI Loll 551 OJIRVLA0I.n
LIKE TO SELLA Brink norm Win t000l.otr It nolor IJOP 5 Chest fwm iinhloni. .ood ... VOLVO 1811. loIs tltb000ter., New
of ..
rnatdiiM Orbs ,
to nil ... H Ma Lint cutboird motor 160 I3> OrbIt DrI. fno stood l000solillboo. 00415.
t Our niro and uvi mi, boll. OolfLakoland II. 75 .i>h tubi, 1710. ...uDON'T wringer i L CTRI ''0v17".i'il.U' : h..to. 9U5.. to42 Bouta Llnoola,
old birn. O : oaJ."la '
of 0011'
MU 3.3494.
BICYCLE rlgerator.. jet Vah.r. $". lIoLla 8000
/ ? FloridaHIOB.
.... .
mowers. Rotary C'II MU 05. 1958 CHRYHLEB Now Torkir. Ill.Poe. .

READY to ..... 110 mil TRIPPINO ovrr tibln Po... atMrlni. brikiiu. 64COMET
ph000 MU 2..ua1. terns. ... walnut, wroiunt Iron ... window.. Air oondltloaidndlohoiwr ,
Now't the tlmel And MU topped, ilaii tOpped, 14 .... Call IWatur -
WII.CH OIllLDING. .oddl. nod A-Z Florida room or pitlo. II' 0451 S work dan All dir
6-1151 II the number to .. MU a.e171 Ado. III-IBIO. Oslurdnp and lundir Hunt miMIRCURT ,
0 0111. out oa
LET Fhoni MU llANO I. 30" 0" '07 hardtop automatliin.million
call for a Classified ad- USt uota d.lu.. PhI,ldslr. ......1. powir brn; and
Closed ? oopoor Poor m000h. old : '.". MosS Mil. IJ50 MO a- _
: ;:
writer. CLASSIFIED, ADS .,,,. 1100. 11.0 .. poll 062- '= '

CLAIPIt0ofIp'l.AgClEO I DISPLAY : oollorons for moo. 1 RANGO. IOoluo mod- 'Uck .In. loud $.dlll.
..1.... 0500 0" 1 : .pn lorol doubI. Cools, MU 2.1111. .1I.d"1 1889
*00500. 500000 roan old. MU .4103-
Coo COm...,. IOIOSUICK. food Una 1014
YOU. .client motor radio .
MAGNAVOX TV 04 Cat, Oil, fill Mioutun '00d. Iicilliat ....
mploUIr ..
ENGINEERS 100rhs 411100. 1478 IU-IBJI

&01NEEHOLB. '* OAi for 0000115, b.... 1211 MlRCURY 2.Doo. 004sO Wirid-s Durability

: ,. boO .tor. I rrl.llon. Idum R 5 d S.. 11,11.. M.'O.MOIIc Champion and
CHEMISTS Rent them fast with afar d..k. twin ..... w*. Call IU-3IWI I"'i Ira rinunluUm, Mat bolu. Practl
04.1.5 lounia .1.1 Oai ........ Uli Hn nIb, ... whlla ltd. wall urn. with I retord lor
reaching Inexpensive MU 8-lnl. ...b.... I I. 000 actual mUM. ..... aDd roialil
TECHNICIANSPHOSPHORIC Classified Ad. Phone MU FOR 041.1. 00. loorlp.Omooosodlo.soelInmutoInbo
trot-pomP. like .. Jiwolry appiaranci and *i
6-1151 .U 1.1811. ..U.., ...dlt... H... 9 .ors M..... .
today to start your .nd miui MU thIs on. thIs _....
PAT caih diamond, fold
ad. 11100.AIIOI.100.. .. '.'. .old told, platinum. illTirB 881o333U.i811 11315, na. tradii accepted. Pboai
ACID & AGRICULTURAL ..nor. Bolt Ilki i.. .. 300.5,,, 101 looM Flor
RCURY hardtop auloE -
BEAUTY SALON D. .011. radio and hcau>r. Oood
CHEMICAL DEVELOPMENT- UO Air .. BUY intloui clocki 0Olh.. ...
: .,,,. lion. no ,... 1171. 141Ml
I riblir '15. Phono AIM dlamondi, Ol.u.um RUlh II......
'11II41I toln. John L ...,..., SU
sod 'sbo ttust .h.nso.tO soonoro 0105 So..Otrl Umon
:* !ros..hsIo::: Ctntrt.1 Plorioj., and Ihrttufjhvul lh, titfctn, .. ."". DISPLAY I C
ottrOtIool ._i... II till 0sIIs-mo. _il..._ __ AII'-laD UDGH CLAUDE JENKINS

---- _. Plumbing SupplltiMontgomery


,..toll ..4 tuMrvlM *_.".ti .* toiwiat .hM.h.ri'j sold\ WANTED! A UAS HOT WATER: 941 E. Main Lakeland, Flo. Ph. 682-6151
.il.>t .lAnt.. i.r.**ro ,...i.ility ......... .J.ta *n.!loom .. I CLASlFitO DIPLAY"
_II .. ..". ...... .... .....,... ........ 'or ..... FROM WARDS
_I.. 1..I.II.toon. "... .h.l.0O.m..to..> .n ...... Have Hot Water When a--jj-: -s--- _j [ -
up anil r.vii>w plant prfwmrH lducalian S Ch I. -
1010110000. ........._. ,00" I. PIlot pIlot ....10.. A Job Where You You Need IIIItHr. ,
....., .r plant ...,...,i... al.ry stop, i

RESEARCH ENGINEERS Can Make What I 117 MU N. Kentucky 2-5103:

Moot r500 =o.r'-I.t: : prelmO.vachfrountf 6'oot p11,0 litclulini sIlt

160004h000001000l1150ut.hhl0O rMaretl PtMnlial. *1ueatin 1 C C"r.I \ Want To? I

10,0110010 100I0b01000 ..&1 ,..... .of..I' I. 515014011
.._.... Sal.rpspoo.ANALYTICAL w. pool. 2 ..,..1.*.*.. (*Uimn. 5......... I

ha4. Mill ..,.rl....*. If yM .... ba ... YOUR FAILYSSECRIJY

CHEMISTS mw car lalti. fhli It pnor opportunity t*

your aaralnat.IXCILLINT, .
T. 4lrMt control ......1.. Ir000.0 tntr sod analytical HELD OVER!
*l.v.l.pffMnt lai> rat.rt..t a* rtatMl Op ........" H A 6.
Ooo,00,00 up to It thill chcmitt and .04.60r,001lptn
don.0int-I 0. Is .,.. 0000l000s-bPolHsOt apoll. [C
laboratory .uoor.1..... lalarr opon.



America's hading Car '
Ability t* Initiate B a O ...J..t* 0. Osoinlo ."'. '_l. 1 sssured In a home of
....1_ ....n. .........( c..m..", _..,..... ..tlt ...
tot-Op.. I. ......".. M... Do ..1. .. _...." Sod For To Buy Selling Circus
tosomrl 1560-10100 00000.ObO. 1t.I.lul. ......n... ... Contact R. lour own. outstand
o..OomoetIndOoodhooInosItd phvitcil flioiiuri.with .
... ," '' :.. .. home buys see to
AnM 50001400 _,..1. OdooaO..s--l .. i. .h.o0.ir N. Ph m Cilli Yes, You Can Still Buy A Choice Car At A Price You Can Afford!
....t..i. MporMfieo M I. ..of.._. SMMrionoo- '
..... 81'.81.... ..1... ..... "Homei For Sale"
.,. CADILLAC c..... Now .Int. Foil $895 '51 CHIV.OLIT 4-0-....". S .,"....,. .......,..

TECHNICIANS Pendarvis Chevrolet '.W.'. sow top . 5$400OCd" $5 9 5'n

... 4.... .

win assist with allot Bii.. 06 15Sf".0150. .4 0. on.Xo'eA 310 N. Florida Av.. CHIV.OLET I"" ... 2.0., H.odoop. V.5. ......
.. for allot OMTII..... .......1..... .... .... .
: 60 VALIANT SI.tlaR W.eN. I.. .... C ..., .
... data. ....... srtPP.210m00 .I.n' ....,.". ...,.. '81' "' ." ,_., $2595 ... ..
06 5106.0001 i. ....t,.. .1..'.. Ilinp,0051.3nsro CLAIIII'IID DISPLAY_ =:::ia' . :. . . hot.. lOro .'Iii".
.. ..II... .. ...u..I...6 0505, .._1...... : : : $995

ANALYSTSMINING "i 'u CHEVROLET Impale. 4-D.. H.."..,. V.I: ...... .", MUCUay 4.0- SosoIns Wos; VI, ..,..

I snrohd, 05db 1.0515,0 5055525 95 510l0' osdia sod boost. A

___. .m.to.rolr 101. .ootN.....isoll, ...ISO,,.1.O.,00lPlttO.utrolboo ibobol sod 10..0.. Os.p.rloOIlr I.,. 0.. ow..,. 0700 :;:' y Wk onE npscl.I .I. $995

fIr .4..__., ,0 ..... ._.. _.. ... EXECUTIVE DEMONSTRATOR
..pwo'-1 moon of 0011010 0. 160100104 w. psotrboltol, 61 DODGI St.ti." WlWhsfoeooo.y. ". nISodord. 'SS OlDSMO.IU

ONE ONLY ...ilt. .."I.. h..,.,. 0... ow's'. $)695 H.II"., c...,. . . I' $295

'56 DISOTO 2.0- H......,.

MECHANICAL ENGINEERS & '64 Imperial "Crown" Convertible 60 IMPERIAL L........ Air ...""'....... Ml p.wpa. 0... ..... . . 00 $49 5

0.. .
$2295'St DODGI. Uht .....
12.000..11" . . . $395
0.. ..... ,
Ii'l Originally $7241.00 . . . .
; Pononnof arOMntlir boln* oanlidirod to ilrf phiiohatomtnin '
on* rwovonroaoralion.._.. for Plortda locltiofl at al) duipp1 wish She folUwlsf iirrat far hianrlaua ._'....11... Jrlvlaf ploinralTartjv 51 PLYMOUTH 4.0- ,u... V.00 stvndsd. .hilt, 56 IUICIC $395
o6 Moo.12.I 001Itutn P005100V.OP006II
S000li ..0000.w...... 00 _...... soon dosoloso.ss0 sod Flight rammrulaa, awr .,...1"., aawar II....., aawar wi.."... sod alt es.dioboood. $1O9 5 J.DI" HsodtopNloe . . . .
t oooraltona. with a I M.K. minimum. Shift ,ua rvlirytovol cOo." so. . . . .
roaul lro* X lOOPS rMBonwkllity In ahlhito mm Mart, with raclinlrtf locked Matt), Hactrl antonna, ilnal ...hl..| ...I., 51 PLYMOUTH
., .....
I... orv or maintonanoo d p litotnowinpdMlrahlo $39 5
_...0055PIOtlO.. will, .\1......... not owiiidorationoinwol ooMtitiol al. MuivalontM P1,100011. all whit Uathar "latarlw t.*4 ...t, taraty padded ".,h. .dual ...*", wkit 60 FORD Ranch w.,.". Ic..._, 6. ."..".." .Iolft. 4-Do., Sedos. . . . .

.( o.tl' .: :: :: .. : lU. well, tlrai, tiatirf liOnS, llul 411 lack ....1"! ., *M. K'. ai, ..04ltl..... .... .4, omodiOlotsod. OPO sod4., $) 095 60 YCYOPIT
mino proioiBlina, WJOhnkal Mr ioo OldtoUllimiMl $495
1 .Equal opportunity employer liberal fr I a I'

benefits/ with ontitandinj Incentive .'... Selarlei

t* $17,500. Submit reswme In strict confidence I ,

IncludiBf lalarf requirements and reUcaties II.... 411 N. Florida AT*. Ph. MU 2-7113 (0.r 22 Y*... *f Dopondaal. O..lIty) Ie".,' :

Itatleni te-tox F-241 Lakeland ledger. : 411 N, Florida Ave, 632.711)I

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129 Furnished Apnrtminti i.110 1 1FURNIIstO FumltM. H.UIM* 133 Mobil Homes 1 13! UnfumUhid. Aportt. 142 C.Op Apartments REAL ESTATE- I* REAL ESTATE

417 SaC APAttMgN nJRNlM .D HOUSE. 710 We.tMiinolle :ON5I'IEDROOM' frtOabSd INtl.- MODERN- THREE *aleotric 144 lets
I 1,4ft4.4 roaa Jcrwgi, Fir Sol 145 Biilniti
JWINDY MU 3-161. Roaia5ta for ml ....o..b'. lot 0., roil Call MU 3-311. kitchen! full bath trouad now PrtpcrtyRBBtoiHTIAt
ISTHl Phono M2MM, call sitar 30 I -
Ii i'ii OtiIr..r.w Near luper mtrket. dewnlorn
'.u, room ulo both wllb ...... 0111110. 110,0110.4. ran Bllir.lt Ul H*. I. BOW Owner woala offer John .....
b I I tloon, Ut,.. room aid,..lerraiao eu.ltI'I:TWO BIDROOMBrMBpioiili 'U nnh MIl 0-42f JiiW-AT. iarieiiond ,I.."lrn mpefrult for homeolt 555 Realtor 114 Wool Main Bt

II heal. flril floor MU ...73.. ion lurniihed 411 Dpi Wait.. b>Bolmor. .then. ral Mmonut ON* BBDROOM Ulllir. III 10 I menu flhHt I Iwo bodrota apt, ora... hard rood Ml.U3IBABHTLLB '" COMMBTIC I A Lrudwitrtil Do You

MONTH Lend POOH ROOMS and'batb. ...1.... a C Ltn Dick. rtealtr. 101 par' wooll O. illS- TaSOtOwdod and ."oradelOs_. OonUal heal PARK "14 II Let- I.... lltri on areao Mo
I wall ..r..tI... Barlr American tut: Main. MOM MO 14111THRIC TRAILER NOMS00JI rsie. ...dltl..I.lliin., Cl... Wi Inelettrlo APIS. Countr VItA HOO Bimid .lokoi. SIP, Realtor. IN MemorialMTUlAb Want A
=11... odullo. 141 SIC Buo. YoOOMB. orolo or with. I arao.sr.... plot, reaoonablo. In..ulro .,llll prr month Ph.... U24M1 colloio I 1 1755 lUMna. Polr of lou ill Sind 8"1"ar
54.5.I III month .
12J8 Will Olive MM M MBIor
bait. uttllUM optional. Mlar his Ton "ail hinrilfito Hill, won TBACf 54150..
I ATTRACTIVELY P'VItllllnl1lD a.. and rtoro MB wOMtDIXTBtAND iiluLiYiiiiiiPi:: ioi iii i iii'I.kor _TWOl1DROOIC lb. one bedroom duple duUeiHi 07 eol',,brOil ..,.... ., mine ot Wild Cm I.,to Make okoppmi nur. oburchot choir! todo loud* Kra/t Pooda, ...,....._ II "New" UsedVolkswagen
and two / $1140, or Arm Condominium, Aportunto "" .. Hlihwu Railroad
bedroom WH' .. IOO.OMUVBN
5,10404404 .... -
WE'REBLOWIN' Bouui Florida Phono NIl 1.:HI7ilCB DtrPUOt Id... forcouplt Cor..t.,'. 0Orn Pb_ to... _BMihalde-CU. .Lealir. Real ........ 01 117 Windsor MW MOo.1 Alto bolt rlihlo lowilerwar dubS 2. ....n... 500004. 504''lea
J Ml lOullt or.C'II m 'INtI.iii ....... ooMKtlu them at
h DUPLCX and saran ...... MU .-.." or MO Mill 3110 6'iiii'TWO bedroom dupleT' ...Ib....tut BhopplM on. block c....,from. Inhoort .... 101..d Him" Sal,.. Crwek ?
I moot, water furnioned. N. TWO NICE MODKRN houerualler on- Moor ... tb. of ... .. Sod _on. II. mlhi, KM .1 COMMoKCUt. iii. 10ilockt
..... IOJ3 si8M4PURNIBHSD -.0011I. ..... stiNt iw i ud .. ..1. ITIBOIIUI .11. wuthndo
Curn.orlar.dMU and two _... adalu. Priced bootburi or two mIll Wool of Boat San. coraor lit
...,.tontlol. Ih.11II..110
J OR .. rl.hCtirbOod'" Iou.- IIU 3454IsU'FIPULIy reasonable not North Florid.. Trnnoiioi Soc. owner llll Sooth oroolrndf To..,.. on OB. 441 Hwr tan ParS.. llnot Ptrkor Anmio. Or A
furol.h.7 btillt ond
mt roidr
I.. beautiful $ POi ii IID'I" ....131. nlihto1l4 for Mcuponcr Norm I* Hilnoo Crook Rood I'kmllee Pour I.....
Like ITS
Morion. IU .ndilloooll, II.. othrv wordt YoutaR to real ...,. ottiro
Lake .. room toMa' -
PRICES :J 3.JIIII.MorUn Dr. PItons MD also Two bl..k.Clan Ro.n iaC. Hollln..worlb'''-1031.Tiiit MebHe Horns;;; [eta 139 Unhtrnlihtd Houses I..por"i two mora" ... In IB Immidliiilri for ....ta..,.. Woks Tnu 0.' ..,.L...,1 II<1. Bulk P05,. .Box:Ml.7W 7171COMBBt ., .Tovoreo. .I 146 Firm, GroVel, RonchilIVi

NaSAL 1. .ODOII bIg btdroomii till both
,I.r.. ".11. ton .d.I.apartmt. .11 sue BCDROOM Cl I'Ul1I ,i d DIXIE WOBU.B: Park:4IM N.Wraaipe ALBO PARTLY tgroUhod I ud with hunt In oontur torr I.... MANOR lots, H.rdln- ACRI plont Clip torn New NEWVolkswagen
.*mon. Ph... MU 2.7230COTTAOI Ills Marflower Drl.. M5 pi,, HlaboarLarie dre lou 1 bodroom Mol Mud* ..&... llvlni room.dlnmi ono built m Com we Ro.d. 701132. COt wolor homo. furntthrd Mora Hi II MO
mouth MU 1470 or III-t74MODIRIt Uunlolpal Situ.., .....,. tele- 1U7 Boot Momonol Bl.d. loo- tltchrn Includlni ronti and .>... slid elMUIeltr II 4M. lor....,Ca... uikt. Clan Boon*. IIIOROVB I
AND front ,dliponol rotrlmotor. MM for run 411-4171. POM,
DOWN..J apartment THKI bodnoom fur. pbono IHtoTaP1VB HOT woihor- 4032 '
I clean around and well. ..furnlihed, pear ol.htd h..... Iloat U. sa Il2a I. LORis wlt, well and UXPtJRNtBRBD dryor eNd. bnokfut eros. plon BAROAIN II maitOMM ?
.. couple pete-children) ltorUl oep.Lokelond DUPLEX I bid.lorport 01 .10' emtrol ho>t ond i" solos -
deal tar retired tourlal 113 IHALF 010.0141 Combs. pod A..lta .nl"1 als ..D.. paul ro.d. lb... ... room.. | bloeko Mhoolo, idltlonlni' .. wrp.tlni throutout. I ALAMO DRIVEI I' ., 7 n.sra.Id. oeod
our .oMiolwrleeo, on lAlotO. 113.2U.. .. _no. 50.005 I..11th..... wo llll CorollM dropirlot, sod ma,, olhor 'j ho.... North Lakelond 111 000,
:." Wo'.":'. .=-::: r: TWO BEDROOM hOIl... 1.. use' BONNY rout .M-4071 ot OHHOtonPIH "mo uturM., Bun boildini hooin I .... with .lIn..hod boots 25". dawn. All* adjolnlniVilrnclo 54Sorai
DUPLIX tleon, Sir con- ,. star MobIli H. W'II sod asOlli silt.. ....00. ,.....
._.. ... .,.10 ...- dltloned electric kitchen. bodroom aouantmt 01010,4 P50k N.w IariS$ 101Io ID BEDROOM WHO oorport .....'.r. pltntr ol porklninlnlmum I 1rIns. McIrolmThorns. 44 5564 ValkooseastI 0o. 056
our. Mil"nf horOi turn turnlihed Nrar oolleit 1 807 milnieninro ,... ouiitIMI .. Sl0-7bOOl, 40,6 Ro...... Ito.
rouinet North 050-0050
HUH 'hou.h .u.y
sod MouooKUKOtUmonth -
mcr ram 00,101. 575
...' ...,.." In.eeleetW I 0211. 114 FrancIs Adult Bird Irenlnii, II* Cliorlei M3--aiJI. ...."... wner ond a..... Coot Brown. MV S-tIll of homo. ond III..... Steer R "Bill" Williami "'.,Ior, 015.5711. took cow aol ....'.. Ill.

h. Ini and nele fnenetni rou H YU0NtSrD 0 Riiii'i. 1."lbln'l motor .... bill II.... Block Ie- ..... 0/)11II" oinor tino rotum. ..u will bol Relllor->LMLA I" ACRn. Oil... .....r..... I.. iou .re a..
'RIVAn EN1'IOANCR. SonsocodSep00 bedroom 211 ... new Orwvo Path Bhopplni CiOood .. 010051'.. two .bodnaSm do.SIra :nr 1.04 5o 4.rd :'.. ChIc trio. 1131 f. Plo. A... Ill.1131 I,b5120. 0...... 511111,. 5a040015s0tIn5
IleIra room. Cod,.... 00n hoiplul Phono lOr. ..... flihlni sod boat.Imall SItobal 113.1240 Sr 0$ 0010 Tonth 00111 $10 .00. D.... Clip 0075730 .
kClou. I kitchen, bath. Co.alriii South.aId. sn MU 5.100?, tiiI ...... IMO North CmUl -.13-1801. __ mo ind itfortimonco I. In..lllO"" ,
60 RAMBLER arlhbrhard' Osuol. onIr.I Uko DrUi MULAKU.AND a.7n3 TWO OR "'- Md...... .Osos.Oodsra. 110.1070 0. brd..o,0 scent.miaut.I Two Lore lDuth". s05 wIOBI
.. .. V Mil 11O1ATTRACTIVI ... I .. .u h.m.. 01101' aod 011015nit. VW
I Boor .tom. .110 .II.bl.tr. ,
15.55 .
Oceoia. Deilrablo for permenenl I SoltOot S1010A bus. orou'd .... 10 A mats opoic ,
TON loin
OARDtNB Nortli
rod",.. syixi CHEIRFUL Ihnroom .-/ '..pit. Call Ml-UN after IrURNIHHED 11.10. Pork. two BUM ..Mobile" on ass 1001101fltIlIlllIpaROO-l3S.' IolOrmIlloRsodasareaIriotto floor 1..1. 01. fio'thon Like Drln I Clark' Lass H.llln..1 crop, n.III.I.1 YOU SHOULD
'. aparlmrnt. Clean, see rsl, .. bra.. FInd and Old Tampa CLEAN TWO brdroom duplono ... worth. nulrlrted Two Inns lou, ..... I
:: all utllUloi furnlihed Includlnutomatii COTTAOI ,. Hlihwlr. Biereillon hall ..... I ......... 01_ lo Horn. tau .. soil. e spout oanlla.5 IOn. in Uio Combil lertlon' with thre 20 AronI Iarludloi .
J heat. '.,' ... II. ,.... llrlni room. bolt, bedroom bltoha ,,'rieboirdi. leundrr ,..11I11... Pared Oocralo Inqulro m Polmotto' ThIs U onoimrIloluolvo houMi lord InvMtmint' proper'i orop. 070 001. aa% lowe. I. .. 5. OIl ..'h..'.... MWOt00
$1095 112 roadi Llinuni .... .... Two houioo. Cam .. ...110" o. 40 A rnodurlii I 0..... Sraoi, di'5oIal.5 Ohi 5105
orlvoto .. 111 Bait O.kMO .I .r. RINT OR .
Mil olr conditioned .... .
NICE LOCATION 140001, rot?. B, 1101 1.1. ... .. ThrN 1., o.Combr. .a.000. II* down sod mblw vw .mbla'm
Clou andpleaeant beautIful throo bidroom. UYIHIdlnlno PlutO, A,0S tI 0erwsrn.otlac M A produelm 0 nSa.. iron
41 CORVAIR Lario, elotct epaceAdulU TWO BKDROOM furnlihed homo. SHADY LOTS, ihulll.oo.rd. mod Plorld room Sooth oldo Chll..b 17. ..1 05 Sd... 10" will 117,MO. 121000 2. Sal for o NEW Y" ......
L.kewood" Weoon .1 P5,41 .. Water furnlihed lien Andnoon Avenue. Cloio UHO orn raollltloe, olean rots rosma.abowor. M2 1471. wSIOt Pooh Stall, .h.lr. Isro.oat. down. (it will bvo o veiniw., ...
Deor a.114 wh.w. i .V 320 Wait Cannon. ond liuodrr. .. DICK BARNES .. .. .. .....
month Call MU i-4 oftMALL Clean .t. mess 603300040 542 mO.'h. .111,1108. lstoou W A hoar, prodiieor, Irnouon of Amorloott ......,.* Be
h v nyl. tnlerior outo* HIm SOUTHBIDI LOWER four al tralleri Throe Bllei (ait II .. lln.latso4 R..I .1010 ar.k.r. 1105000 21% down,!
roomi 001 Limos sad 537 ..... dii.t745. ...
o 110 Ironim OHon* Urede water ., POUR room eotuuor a.. Phone HI.401 a..110' LMLA h..aU3. 21 A prodwlnl : : toll ovloo .tt. ittoehedThli
hooter olectrlcitr IUd... liu Oronio Iron
palnud Inilde Oood nolohbor .... .,_
5s .1
Oarail apartment, 131 Clark .. 20U I. Flo. IM7101Ikduilvo I. II. I. 111, 111 .. IJMOOO. 211 down. I
$1095 K I R..IIr.t031.. hood on II. .r', rental ftll PAIR WAY. N... L.bo Por..er acre 310 A produelm Oronoo
ale per month Phono MV MOBILE LIVING Two bedroom block home. Olnetto. ...nl for Wlndwr Armioondomlnlum DMion Rood are. Kathleen. Aim. 35% down,irofolioooooo "
i5iiiiiiiii:1TH: I.. room lako- J.143]. Ml.2131UNVBOAU.Y Reo 40,551.. MU I.3711THRIB and lAO .rrt.tract. C.I anorth
'SI CHEVROLET lnotiarnnIioorI. $atb. 550050.Adult. AT ITS BEST tporlminto 1.105, d 111
w .. TWO bEDROOM Suralahod h... BIDROOM8: two bllhl down. H.ih and drr L t Bar JOHNJ.BRENNANREALTOR:
d.Boor Bel*,r. ..... Ik 2-4IJ4I elIot.r .U.1l24 let Lob ".r"' .. I.r ...,. ,3na W.., MarlOrle Who not II.. ., l f our.tar park alt conditioned. modern home. on_ bour Reelitered Roal Eitati I I li Yeur Only Aiivranci .
m o 110 I ooem,MHMI Vre.,0. Rood .aalaos p I..., One thai hen 'Hlent .dd..... Boulhtld., 1121 143 Mobil Horn LetsYOU'Ll. k-ftll.aft3J'-- ____
neater, v... TWO ONI bedroom ,,,.,.hod cccl bedroom lit, trpo. "..". line drlnklnkwaior Clork R....,. III.4031. .l Getting:
opartmenu 411 North Italia 001 direet power tomoenr mown ENJOY 128 W. Unit It. IIM1M
iodrn ... llvlni eour
$695 first.h1045.
rare .1. top nlnlmum BRAND MEW throe bedroo
... k ATenue. tlectrto kitchen sod Mot .rll"., ..1." AdulU, .. olectrlcol bill. iwa lot .. Ukiwood Trollir Ki.OIM ; .
pouM Cl oe.wltlie II homo. Mad to HOME SITE
fun trpe Boulhtato Bhop.niDf
AdulU Phono MU
1414 \\a- no I Lan.. .....
'If4 "' 7104PORNISHED. 0041185 Tb... ihlnMit .....1. onlr no*. ClarkTHRCI povid iWealo.led I. brind NIW VW
57 FORD OSCILY PUON100RD duel.. oil UUIIIIM. Roitrlrlrd. Tw< I
a.an 5ad .
SnIp .1031.N.AII
.. I..II.... .v a.1131 NIWOO' Ird THRH bedroomOoioio mORItIJ I.or.snopoun.s 0 PALM bl.rh J... Of La. Part.. to 1.45 100'11I31'. b..ullllli tPor.. I. Who model w/onl
to.. At'hs..... 7.IA000b.dratrn. boat. Lario lot nil ., Waen. WATSON CIlIa. Throu 3,1.51.' .".... Pail 0wIIo.. a abram o. Iwo .Id... 0,10111 ...nd'blllll. 10 ACRE FARM
bl $49510. Uaaa.aPsPt- MU 2014 weekdera oftor a 30A.rlirnaAasbasda Lake Alfred new Rio itol.liienwor it on ...... I"'..roo.... C.rPOr'. ...r.... OttO'Ooo. admerd .H.II.. ....,. J. R..llor 0,50100, _' .... O.po"l0 I. A asp oouloooe, ) ot lio fee
II Ro.d. 570 1005120. Call ISO-loLl. and 00. MIl 1.1334. 2811 lurblnlh.0. prlnad 50 000. Penred piituro with few
I HUN tory .. Amerleen .,... Mtloni
menu clone In 141 month I YOII' ..r.... PltoOi 1I1.lIao.
BEDBOOM8 CombM 550000. WANT A traIler lalt Hovo Hood 'lond III poved rnldrontue ..
two .
.. 8IJ 47 4 112 1331 131 For Riiif Mlicillaniouihaa ond I.
59 FORD II b..k horn.. I.. 'I.... .tfCombo. luil out of cll'. Cl rwsl.r.' clton. MUnd ond llv.
ONI BEDROOM tApIr> .00rl-. I .. I5..d. S75 5.011, ThnaeIodroum M.I Rude. Rooltor 1127 .. MO- obi. t.room homo. A Mild burt
I Boor. llondord ..... 'iment. lerio room.. olectrU klUrhen IIIINT 0' I..... PraWOOruddlna I .. tao hstA. o0 05510,1,1AlreotSo m.rt.1lild.. all loo About halt caeh lo t.A true footer* werrontylood
\ t..... h..<... 3401 SUb Piorido. ,h.n. to 10. Iw. 5.4,005 LAKE PARKER r.t.t. I.... '..II. h...... I50050Oh00I'"
$795 _II .U...... bait IS ....r. haa been uoed a.ohrrb. all mo.lb. L. J. Ssrtour, 50.11. ONE ACRE with in un doolor onvwhoro I. the
'li IFKICIINCf OARAOB ...rtm..i. 140 a IU lot .t... llott TRAILER VILLA I..td 5051, 401st. Srot.P 050' THREE A. S. MORROW _I".
I.rollh.d. Near BouUualo, boa 'or 'nlb. 10..11. 111 Montano lftJJ. EXTRA finished boone, Well. Septic .
'St RAMBLER 8, 410 KernerwoodELECTRIC, 10 5,00 I.rm. throo bedroom CSboo. Ituitid 01 Eait Bhoro of beautl TWO BEDROOM fromo. lets.rand. Rosllona I.MI.A I. Prooor oorvloo by foolery

......,... 1._.. l.. I 1 coii'uoi. kitchenvote I ..1101. I ursItltrdr North ., tokelondOMUIRCIAL unlurnlihed, 578mr Oil Lake. P.,..... car waior' Sad ... ..rd.. ipool i,hool Sod. TRAILER LOTS tank. Medulla. W. R. "Bill"Williama. '.201 5. Ti,5 Ph. MU WII reined, rnoohonlw wltH VW
Hani plno tounirr llvini COIl.Otis.
'.'" ._ FlOPS and COlAS Ironvilo Realtor I toolo oerti sod motor,oil
_.m. ..N.,. I orar k..1.. lulled' for two'Ided ..nlb. 5,100510... .1. W.utMalorat. our ,., ... dock Mi file. .. root.. aol 000,11. Sub SEE 688.1236. ,
.... tAO -sri PHII detailed oervlooo
W.Io 7U Woit Hancork brdn000s SOOirtrlO.Ut board ladS 00.4 Comb.. _1I.nPho. '
IM3BI1DUPLIX 'um"htd. 501 .., 10..1/1 oouils 'n 'h. w.'rlronl. .. LOT ot KI ood bIOS ........
$495 ....t.. StIlls OPP50 lot tanS 5,10, tba to..l .ussol* .lIr tIn '13..IU. #28, #27, #4 HEAVY BLOOM
CLEAN ottroctlTO three bulldl. '00' kohaer 'r...... oke. Bmoll pile allowed Pree piR PINT or 5.1. 3 bodroom.
both 110 ....'h.,. Watt tombs wild o II mIll .0 ACRI. mstor.d. 'II al.e.la.
room Will ItO' or I... to. 0300 00. radIum .80 Wth 1iI..I redororstad. Ito0rS on Reynolds Road Just Lakefront
60 VALIANT iS lira "....'1.. ruhbleh collec m000h 11oo 0 C. Lola, Olok'. r.,....... MD IIM2LAROI W.., C'.Ir.1 Ar0O50000ot lIa 3,00.. a" M..n OF ISO
4.Bwor L. 1u i.e I.r..h. Cell 462'I3SSAoellail.Aonli Alto Noel D..k' 1101'1' ,. lOll MU I.1141 South of Crystal Lake Dr. 3 acres high-dry good 10 11cr.. OP Prlro 171000.-oftor WHAT SHOULD
t o ""el. lranimlo 5. last la" down additional balanrituari
o MaI MU
> $ PhOS 33.I
"*". """ .. .,. :,... ,. .1; l $1495.00 'iihmg $8500. Term 1.1. Call Jim Pow... with,
I'GROUND FLOOR efllclencr lull : Rooms Fer Hint 4 bedroom 2 bath, screened T a: Tucker. Jr. Realtor ai YOU PAY
$895 able for I or 1 worklni Utllltlei : REBIDENTlAbfurnlihed R M. Marler ...
A paid Kraeonable. rent. HI.JI30CLOtll .. or unfuralilied r.nl. i porch 821 Longfellow. $150 Down $25 Month .7173. I
.1 DOWNTOWN larao nil Rudr Rooltor 1117 But M.. ROOM. .,.... (ear Cu. 3 I bedroom. 2 & Son
'63MG two I mortal Bl.d .*-.1417 oortlmoCIENCT 0 reu.msftn000rr.4 or men sod bath screened Phone SULk Riellon.tni 410 AViS lour root Valencia' holamaco Out Men Art
rooma UUItlel paid 111 week .Ifl. ...... .01. picture ,r...
Prlro' 1522
.bI. MU I IJ4I13S porch Arthur. a. MIle 0004400nv.
111*" 1-Boer, fam.Up I Ir AdulU. 2U: .Bouth New York ,, APARTMENTB: utllfurnlthod : 682flKBEAUTIFUL 101000 20 aero Valencia, nice

aoorte o r. */M2-4MI l'tiOi men. III week PRIVATE ENTRANCE, orloalu 3 bedroom, I'/J bath Fla 1.010. Polk Clllt ... .... included.. 1100000, I tear
: Two bodroom ... home both twin Sod. Connnlonl is.rIll. Dtluxi Sedan $1595.00Tralliportatioll
$1495 CLEAN apeS ._.,.. two on Like Alfred mi 140 ocroi oroniei on eour
I elliot..'. '0011'*. ......... k... Downitoln Bouttiildo oportmut .n. IoUlh.".. on -.. I.. room. kitchen equipped Rood only ooo block from Poet root, 100 000 bol potential IMO,.I
I porklr. ,.r.. .... Waist IlIr.. .3.aaal.. "U S4led000Md 1618 PlneborryI LOTS Office but ouUldi lllr llmlto3BO 000. torme 30 aero irovo plus two
n. 61 VOUSWACEN I..td 73', South FlorId.cou.soi PaR 0.54, Br... u..dI.uod PI..d iruli. 50.0101 enS,.. 10.. ..iludlniI 0011.0.. ....\011..
.: : 1)2 Hotili HOVIII 3 I bedroom. Fla room near 0-sm. Call. .'. WO .Ia83 psotots S.uoo sold, ( track) 34.SOliathinH
....... ss.. iba I I NBA* autotnatlo 741 RU waihor
i 1'.0. mull watr children, Porcnee Ursa ARK AVENDB Hotel erntor ofto. IB 27 prr week Mn. Oo'. ...... with thade trees, paved ON Bouth Florida Arenuo I.rm. Call RId 5158, ,100lrso
-ii79S ..er p100.. IB2. 0..... 3 1 bedroom .. IBM or Molcolm Thomaiilnil *
7141 In
MU t JOQI wn Uk. Waloi. For elean lull country on 1Acre streets, In rapidly develop. lout ol riot Ul per foot aa* ... "'.'0"$. Bert RodierlItor .
Hotel 121 North Kentuckr
Low monihlr. weekir, dally Avo- Conn 30.00
Gordon Worlnl Realtor' wpholifiry ....
I 1 CHIKRPUL airs room. let.aat. .... Costlna Road "" 114.1711ACRitB
Ideal .
mOo lor retired and .0,4! ,log residential area MU i H74. onln.. MV t 0701LAROB .
bedroom prtvoto ontranoo ..ion. Pool avalebl. LAIIO. LOVELY room. prl.... 2! bedroom Fla Call IOU IJO Improved toentina
S. I I Nice nelihborhood. ,.aratICPPlitS room near ui to see these today. COUNTRY .. ,
and peoiacoia Bahiaaoreo
N land lakl. Onlr 111 weeklp l.oluudMU 133 Mobile Homes beth fotral. P.11500.. ToI.b.n. SouthgaW lust dulls. 111 XlIII', HIM loodtemi
outside .
Ok. Llndingne I| In. ...." ...31._ _ Call MU"" I-I7II city. Onrdon warlni RealtorPlione 10 ...In....vouni tress oronr.ee Bomo c 30oearlnt ,. 1659.80
VERY 'i'f"c ..,. 2 MU a-M7i ..., ... MU
pll bedroom Florida
II LOWER APARTMKNT furnllhed NIW MODEL 10 wtdi nooiloHorn. room liar room I Carrll PoiUr MO 14324 a0701.C'TY on... llmoir All undir 0.o.icr. .PtilS 1.0thIa
.Ipour rooma sod both Oorooo .. Two bedroom. front kltotten bUaIoo.l ...1... II.. mistS iolIto. large fenced yard. kitchen ..w.. ..., IIorm. LoolilorPolk
I I Adulli no pst. Rent inclodo.Loll In email lII.bU. pork. Neorplni pouolo. .0 I...... Lillian Rudd MO 1.1161 LOT 110''''.''' tablsod. Cltr Cill Auburndale WO
Paul I ulIIl"' ",. ta Hut Orannatreel .. oenlor and but Ua.. equipped. 161} N. Lak. 555310', 'I loss elI.rus Innea.OIlP 7.3J". I 'Ineludeo bumper and.
Phroa 450-5543. 136 looms With Beard witor ond MWnent Ow....
L I 2 1 bedroom screened porch CHESTER MCDONALD 0024130 rl.... podded oleon turn 8Sla'lolS.
S'FURNISHED POUR room and 10..... dofrwrtorwlndihlold sod
(I both apartment. SUN porch. oil IIOARD WITH Ouooh.5 to so 1816 Fern Road 1t..ller LMLA 014IANO Iwo ... ..... ". .
.1.... porklno ....... lUooon. Free Rent. 1.1.01,105 roOm. .......bl.. 722 Arolds ald. SsS'0175 .4 cstsomI A..... Low dooa woihoroutweiobod
Naylor '.. .. pormanont tenaato. .... case. 0... ......1. 2 bedroom / duplex, near ." Dot. north on Hun- ENTERTAINMENT 1 \
...., "' ... new shopping center. '5. II to Uki .r.... .....1. turn W.so.nodaloS OS CCII to ,
I I Free Towing. 1)8 Untuml.nii >arti. 144 Acreage, lift fir 5.1. ..., t< mile to office Op. .las lOOm.diSOi dolloarO COO
2-1 Bundoy ooorio Burl Broker,
j 130 Furnished He.til need not be expensive 'h. .h.., ..1.., It lop. IS
III 2.12
UU April I MEL RUDY ...., ....
Motors LINCOLN. COURT ApwtmenuLokelond LAND BOT 1010 arm eemlIV by tho
I,TWO BEJJUOOM, hOMO. AdulJIlonlr ;..l S.1'o rentral.I SaO4IIII'SS"orld.Ir.,ark I flneet for colored pew. Realtor 1527 E. Memorial 'I..red tans aol 000 000cr,. 218 LAKELAND. HIGHLAND", 71'...a, Check the Classified sectidfi ...,.... ... ._ ith JO bll' 'rullr.
Refer** >0montn ole North Lincoln ud W." 7th 134 .. .
l .
No pete. *! 010,5,1 lIla 0asib, fooa.d .od.huM4 rou buy your .. .IY. ..
k. 1047 L MAIN a... perminenl roeldenu. 103ONB iroll.1. : U mobllhomd ranch lode IOU 1..4 688-4107 any time ...... ....._... n.. _. ........ 11101 11..711.Cell Rod 811".Mi. >.-lIoa (r for good buys In used w.... ,.... -
.. ..... .
V ea. 10 ...
I' = sit iltr ,..IIItI.. on .... ralMpiui PARTLY PURNIBHED lane two tm .
II.... .... AU 5-444* I'TWO S..... lJOt 40.15..mOsStr.at. an all MW rooroallon kulldini bedroom. aecond floor reduced;, FOR SALI or 10.1. tao Mdroomto. oaIrlIOt,4l5005.we,30Osr.s. TV and Stereo Sets.CLAOSIFIEDDISPLAV.
10 it
.nl adult coupe. III tail Urn-, ..\ .. In Sb. ...,. 1s2-t134 H- .adofoal 115. .olp 0,0000 ,
N. S.i MU $4343 IT'S ALL NEWDrive On. O$37230CLEAN worn I ... 7. 3000 ...... 0,3. .11.. from Ctpnm. .
NICI bedroom oil Ikiunin Irlo 0500.. V. iUslos.
Opus E .RRJI! Till I l ltP.M. I; call MU J.3.... Out To UNFURNISHID lobs THRU BKDROOMI. It* both, enosta... .DI, 0150 051 aono 030
Today :()' QuIA. IJO ...... MU .. ....r.1O dlnlno' room ,,,....- 5. 0. 5540, or 04. L. OSrdOat. ROSS
.171.BRAND. ..*,. oorporl. oood ....$... Du DAb'. aool' IOU ..., Msa
CIRCLE! M NEW, nior 0011.... 1.15,4. MItohos fsnUtahrd It d..11" .-- Ph.D. WU 1.013). TIED DOWN/
.orbool.. The ...... $75 Pot ....Ib. Pt000. "Uooa2. .
U the two ACR' ".0'" 51 dt.S. 525mo,01 G. M. C. LAKELANDMOTORS
i : SOMEONE MOBILE HOME "bedroom apartment In Lakeland ..., tUtOr Roallor, Iii?
Oak floora. air conditioned, builu TWO BIDROOM 11,1.. ... ..11I.'I' S ....morl.1II... MU I41t7rcri2iibioa TO THE HOUSE? A now In lOne ll Ig ." ". '
I aaOIal00dOVO. oleclrlo kltoh room porch ipooo hneloetru '
Week'i Special .... .
This 110'
.0. You'II find aaaesllr.i .... 1123 Clmlond pickup truck to fit d.lrykud'oet
WANTS New tapIrs Inrdor oh... MB :3-4121 H".... Bl,.d. Phono 412.20M 141 dlpoIdie, ballad 3550:J":: Drlvo .,,-.Ic.
-'- PrI.tlt BIrd. Cell No problem! Lakeland
h ::" JO1 x 10' ROYCRAFT LOVELY NIW ini bedroom du.Di 2AND J bednoarn h._ with 0 2I, MU 13170OROVB in*- I.. or rounol INC
i I ... tile both ......001. to approsImsInI' .,. .cr. ..n.. 500ouOtO ..
LAND 10 Icre.and pla supermarket values Is
..rm.n..' adulti 1410 Buru. IB3-47I4. 112.13.HAia .
your mobile home. Contact $4995 ... Beiutlful huh I.nd.wor. $168800lAKUAND 1500 W. Memorial
MU 4 l 34
CONDlnO..mhr.'bod- .l .. I your buyer In the Cliisl- 1501 West Arlana St. room. ton bans, Ocr, ..... Price, |>to per ocre. Term II,..
".,..1.. MU I.IMITHREI lift .0.... Beo It L. Oordner Classified section I FRAME
tied section. Dial MU IUN Open 7 Days 8 5 P.M. BEDROOM"*! ;'biii.rolloo.r.loII. ft e Leu or Par. K Lolo atDckl Shop ,h. MU 25113

I .. ....11'. IOU Bail Mam. I AXLE SERVICE
I N. JcIT ca. there nowlCLAISIPteD I
to Inexpensive I'h.n. '8".1113.PUr1RI
place your CLIAN MODIRN furnlihrd' houeo.raleri TO MIREhelptul f hool. HI month MU a"7j 4ONB W. __.1., .,.... ",.Ik Cmnry'l Only
ad BOW.CtAIIIPIBO. eotioin Oood helmendltwn. THREC bedroom ond both- LAND 401 acroiood A Robust SoS
', DtllltlM fonetoCidU ..u.. On. '..r room ootl... ooll eomo timber SemI..ls.n.d. P44.5 .....U. Authorial D..I.r"Get
... ,'. .11..1110 WsOtlp. 1133al' II. Plant CII,. onlillll
1431 11.1... Ro... IIU 3.aU7, per aero. 'or... 21.* down See tewli tOt Veue
J FOil RENT' Bevon room unlihed .,,. Bee R L. Oordner R 0. I.s1000 ) w Shod Truck
h OIIFLA* l.'D DISPLAY bouio L..... fenced ror. Itll K. Lt,. M Dick Rieltr __ DISPLAY -
and productive tIlt, houM. MO month PbS,.I 1011 laet. Man. phono 411IIJ3

workers u. e ClaSsIfied 112.0411. 1 LAROI AT'FOAC'TIVS'IlitsIds
lois. .e.nl.tAlr.' tell 01......
140 Wontid T* lest MI.e *51.1. ..... "r..lo. Coil k..lo.
\di An ad writer will
PENDARVIS"SPECIAL I.. ...... ..U"07.I Ready for the Ready for the

help you attract Just. NEED ATTRACTIVI homo, (Unlihed HEAL BAROAINll Near La!...
.. unfurnlihed for pro I..'. amall iracu of land up to DependableGit
right workers Dial MU 1050!oa.tadu 110. Pep too ron .. I O..0.', elmo with houioolomeillei HEAT HEAT
I...o Clork osltr III 40JI I with ...... imall dowalormenu
DELIVERY"Used C-113I. Call ......,. T.......
IWO D three bodroom unurnlihed : alan,.. IM-70II' Birt ..d.....
houio H* both Plo,. Realtor. Ml. 7UOIBION .
I '105 0010. or.lr" ...., a,0 erCount. USED CAR 1962Gslaooli
corpol 002.1723CLASSIFISO PARK Altroctln I.'.. 1961 Dodge I
Truck Clearance Continues -- Hew I loll Urn wooded HUM w tk 500
CL.A.FlIlD DISPLAY DISPLAYWE a.asrIfl 4 ....r in Ooad urmi '01... I
-.: IBO Land Com... ,. 0120011AIM Ford V-$

These Trucks Will $25 Week Until Sold dAli LOIS I. .,.d.II.. r..to.d. 4-D.. U.. %3.70' l1,' .I. iI.., 0, 4-D. Sdll. I
Drop a IVY sltr w.t.r. 70 teSt .1.110 Tlffi" T'u'.
lou mild ,.,11. iloeoreiude In. P/best pool. C MoO.
with fit, ....., end t to, P/NSoerla. I
THEY HAVE TO GOlf SELL AM TRADE .p Wooded lou N.r bld" 11.000 PfCr.ho. h ,> Ifl1t,4 -w.. t' P/aonooo 5544.. I
0 G.O.O-D Quintltr diH' ..nlll ..n'ld..... I
Was NOW .r SIll' build to .010. ftI..I13. Air. Fact. Air

'52 Chcv. ton pickup $95 $ 70 USED FUIIIVITURE I
.. . Set the Business Opportunities" $1695 $1895

'52 Chev. 1 11 ton cab & chassis 395 370 WARNOCK FURNITURE ads In today'i _( __

AND AmiANCI IXCHANGI piper for the best buys.

57 Chev.i ,ton pickup . 595 570 102 I. Mdexwrldl 11.4 ,".. MU 2-1222 1960 Cki Impale VI 4.Or. I I9S9 Chiv. Impale, V.I, 2.Dr.,

_Sedan. ,IGII.., P/Sltirlna I ii Herd-top. rYGIIdi, f/Sturlnj.

58 Int. J ton 4WD pickup 695 670 I CL.AUlPlaD D" L.AVWI ladle end Heeter. '1495 Radio end Hiottr. $1295

fictery Air ..... .rYAir. .. (

59 Chev. i 695 670 "
ton pickup . \ 1963" Executive Demos ,ffl

156 GMC 1 ton Van 695 670 V V Many Other Nice Cart to Choose From .

. . THESE 1963 PONTIACS MUST BE SOLD Over 40 in All -

N. Riiiimbll .... ttu ..

NEW CAR Sedan . . $195

'63 INTERNATIONAL pickup V8 engine, radio, 1954 PLYMOUTH
SlOQrC W ARiANTY 4-Dr. Sedan . . $395
heater, like new. PERFECT . .0. .'. a-

1955 DODGE V-8, 2-Dr., Hardtop .. $495

TRACTORS .... M'e. SwfiKiiol.tori 1957 DODGE V-8, C/Royal 4Dr. Sedan $395

'57 FORD F800 rraetor fully I equipped. Clean I good b- $10 Q C .. $1297.ll 1957 MERCURY Monterey 2-Dr. . 0 $395

ber, seed ready . . . . . . laHToV Ml PONTIAC eWMviir. 4.D... VIIt., I ulppo4 wish A.ro Tram., 4 wo, ,.." 1956 PLYMOUTH V-S
4.Dr. Sta.
C Air Coxdrrwnol' Wkili lyrfund-y Top WhIle Momhiwo "... .'. Wgn. $495

'57 CHEVHOIIT ICf proctor, fully I equipped, good rub- $| O Q C

ber, VS engine. Ready . . . . . ** .' 1964 DODGE Vz Ton Pickup . . $1775

fM ''..SI'5


>'. It's Ao Battle to Trade With

669UPENDARVIS ItU PONTIAC Timptil 4-Oww S.d.n. Tl.ii 4 Cyl ICIMIIIW w.., b equIpped' with

Ayr., T......, ....ie, Mo.r r. . Mf|. Suir>U ....il $ .IIu BUNKER HILL Inc.

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310 N. '10. Aw.. Ph. 686-51 Highway 92 > Rose St. Phone 682-5125 Lokelond, Fla.CUII"'ID .

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147 Incomi Property 141 YYalsrfront Property 9CICNTinc MWWONtODU I. OlD IT. OW S4.00-0I ORE OP THSIW UIVINQ IM eBfflH8j_
= >rfT TH6V RSALI78 fl40i'N SLAVE COLONIES! WORLD OPINION THROW AWAY THE lIner oa"n..1t .0. a.d .mobor

TWO DUPLEXES 'tour apart.mwti .ACIUPICIl C100R ..' ..I = THC WHOLE WORLD WOULD WA1IT MS ITO ALL BUM OVER IM A Well( I AYE? upociou.Y -J utuw.oi.ln3100 roorltC5
) kltrheni turouned Air 53000.: ::1 bedroom elan' 01000 BB EMWWtO IF THEIR oit.lIDp TO VINSl I 1 1LtWONl ASPIRIN! hom' !... _roo... ..... and
'condition ....II.D. rot irn 01InmiMrat hoOt. ITMO CooS or Oars. BiHBELE CRIME HADUCC&IiOiC' ''rolrl......... nulot. MlihkorhoodM .
Phoni 012-0191 Ur. lou tram Mil I* off ondlyi heavy traffic. mar irhollahoipital .
$ Yo. botiH huoun liotdtohMn .
woes Croon A -finncKae and .ihotwaM contoraCoota
.... ovtr TotiTi found 11I.t do Saturday. Sand.,. MOB-
RETIMMtNT SPECIAL POop Hlda.a I ml Norwo too toto I out
mill horn* wIll oil thl nodrooni
...... 1T3I MorlkDrln
CB dORIeS: EtlUldl, partiallyturnubod :JO I. Wods sal witorl 1 .day or T.
I sod rOopo-
near ,'.r... Atoll M 111,1 nInOll ,= (301- oourio Itthot
flIP urn 111.KM. 100 PT. Uktfront IS rallei Mil -- .
of Ukilind on LiSa HatthlnihnLut h. oMultful kltoho* 01100blilliIll PENHOUS.
MALL GROCERY kuinni forOur. lot Ion solo M I4MO Hlihind 4tI! room,.... DOd Md .ouoort.... 5.00101laolln but 3I1T CantOS Circle B. : 0
dry Can n by bOOt to KIIlamee ManorJiul
Mock ottO futuno URIne i .h, not )1I.t clll orld lot. OM OlaXlle
or M'ami. See R C Lola oodroeuia
.... oomnlotid. Him
.1. Plait rwiipU LI' ouarthone -
123 OOO
.... Han.. Cltr. 421.1313Rts.oaa L Ulrdetn. I L. SaLe or Red ; two lilt oaUli. norld.. room,
for onlUni poor 5.1110dOrtCrIwdPfs Leu II it Old mono Realty MD. ..loll.ni StoolKIte r : lEfTHE'KIDS TWIST lomr' =.vlnrl MtcbM Ills, aawlo floor iMfuo 1"HAflnandni I

APPROXIMATELY I stroP on 'Ill 010 bIrt .Iord) POorIdI roomSI 1101 down, M tloi
FOUR FDRNMHID apartment LIU Uno 490: ft LakefrantBeaallful lIlt ,,,".. .t nUl _loa
near uw ........ routed mow two bedroom home, 7oottuoi Il ._- --.-- --_. --- Tm or. TIle' 1 motor bedroom -"MUMTJI
-ulo or troOp ell.3314 -- -- lomr in -rnlrillT air conditionedirpftrd .
Intomo Shown by onMlntmenl -
l. onlr 0.011,1 R. C if REAL AfE if REAL ESTATE 1* REAL ESTATE REAl ESTATE REAL ESTATE ,' I. llvlni room Sod nu-
lot' FRONTAOI, two toIndiutrin ..... 10 LOlL R L. airdnir or E Ltoko Ion brdroon 001 In IIICRLLI0I'rondltlon ; STEP UP

....h'. Realtor wnlnt 11*0,00 Worth Reduce Man. hone. Dick UU 0-1133 Really. 1011 I. MHO,1 14! Watorfrint Property ISO Miscellaneous 152 Riul Estate Wanted 153 Houses For Sale! 153 Houses For Sale oarOenlOS Bullt-la. klichon oornif solddoohl lot I NOW 1144 month DIM principalInumt .

0024.hS1. .----- --- Call today for I poroonai Inipoc; tun and inniraico o*
THRU BEDROOM home BullUn W 5 OST multil, Need. lletlooilor OWNER Ill Prido Plan Intel Uon ol ....._. ttrauuful MW three ...._.. I *
IIAVII 8avlllAr, 0007 lead root.dPttiol kllehen tiSOO Located t m,re. nil rental Mel Rudy Real ,Ions. roomi family room Ill. lion b..... Central hw Mid air
10001050 ot'op.J'tio tar osAoOwoor. Norm of 10 on 101 In Croon. PRIMEDOINTOYN HOMES FOIl COLORED ON InH8TII11IT Ion. 1117 Sail Mentor al. 000-4107 ".1 -ki"cli. ..-air conditioned COMPLETED lOTS. OF LOT conditioned Southilde 01104demo.
.a-1102 _b.. O..r. UU ..11... WElT OP WIB8T1B I. PIIDI'RH'111a WAN1'IID Lano. tIe 100PULL'I JUST i. No other mOO PeA. MonoBuilder
and I mlititf fl.. born .
... BEDROOMS S100 DOW lot OlD" In toord for 100111011dwUllul PlJRKISftBD bOu.aU. 2"FORCED
IT OWNER on .UI.I LokrArlisS 3 AND I eon oo youri for Ju.t 010000Nolt'.oclwnvoaltislhoooo
...... 000.200 .Inlmum olOr trot.. OrsuIlful hood lOW for- ,
In Aub.rodol. Iwo BUYER Circle -
TO r-HA Carlton
Also OslihIlohod mroIsI. Prlrnloon .llun. Conildtr hoimiiy ,. tr.tlor So 3102
I US! LEDGER room.. Iwo bills. OIld .1. Up bIll IS I 10011100 leOcoolnot TO SELL
JtlUDY .
Ills .11 electric home. Cr01,.' NIIL ItEAVTOR lOll I or at n-flOtIlla 005reondglean. 003 10018BVIN _ to ihooli oItd.hoppIO.. Thl
TI... MEMORIAL M07 ANYTIMHALr onn..t L. P' 110..11. OnIValIPr. 130 feet .,. tlroI. Central ... bedroom rruio
Urolel air conditioning ROOM 000 haUl tram.houso. homo boo 3 oidroonil 1. koUuipaftoui nt furnlehed I
CLASSiFIED/ ADSeLA'I''IO ..era old Frlced to wll I.. R BUSINESS 0....'.. .b..It dIl4U.. Two. loen ,.. .00.0,1 00,01- beat and air rondiuonlni. T.otn. kltehtn, Ohm. _18.U. horn. In winter Hayeo Florid
Mm' Phoni prlo. 1..II.n. .1< ........ balhi Threo lane bedroomiLara ... ....
C Lob loll Pool Trailer 114.'I. LIMe koiloo "" IT' l. eablnela. room sod Florida room room fireplace t>r eltrue.
ACRE lou kitchen beautiful
Will: iburndilp. wo 7 41IU '1110 ...... into 111 down. Neunllnlehed 153-Hou For drplll ahad. a.d fruIt boos.Or. Priced low. Oood finanolnlMTJ >lui cornw lot wIll f.ncid both In sIlos ullhoorlmd SublUn.tt .
DISPLAY CLASlI..l. Di iil"CA.- I aouao., aero lot. OIJ 01 tOt Nero LsSn. I.r losOortltIon rird Lot ui how you a..010 down payment mulredIII .
REAL ESTATE pall loll A.UI10 I".' .. oomldor kouM trailer elDM
ail FORItCLOBED RKFOfS E B I B *Jhiniln S-0901
ii'mili"'rD' parrnint. MUct oiler I.
TRaPS: BEDROOM tr.m. hooonmIred : .. many LiSlnndsrnoo.Mo ./A n iimarilfd C..I.... 411 7th. Street ME.,
.to roar loa. Pholo laU ) Rudy Realtor 1117 B. Manorial 'nlni room and briaktait. .room MIX WOODED acrea and homer REALTOR: LULA Winter' Haven.
Miss Uila four brdroom l'bboOS. .
OFFERED J-893T. Blvd 000-1107 ncod. Creek Paved rood South 1030 I LI"
Come In Ami ]Meet I COMPLETELY: ANDfurntihed .Ura.llnl L.h. or Hollln..o'th. tondllloned. a bomo mooS Dar Ion Only OIl 000 with tortes Leonard Call IIBI-8... CLASSIFIED.'' DIsPLAY'USED _
151 Real Estate Exchange Hooln. Reiltor. IH-IIOO
.." ... Handy lotorae I heorow III 100111' to RerolInol
FOR SALEEstate ,... church Only S3100 .I.hborhODd Good IIOlorItte. TWO BRDROOM IH bath. CI.bl. JUST OUTSIDE CITY
RADBr bAys h.... .okelenl Clark Really. 080-4031 0..... K. MIllor. 10155nr. .I Florida room fully furnlihedI H nlli out ol Cffital Uko. I I II
I Want b.... Leeeburo Tall 717 81J.237J. .86.aan. tot ehado tr..., fruit treei 840 _..or. Throo oodroonwo I
I 831 LMiburf aft I doll Ir I corner THRKI lot BKDROOM oil heal CB eond tlonlnfPHA new. THREE" BRDROOM CB 1160 HItS d" In Arlana HIlls. 1301OlIllom b.Uii. two ear carport Prlri
selling ground
OHWAT HOME bu.ln..i, Widow lolni norm. 013AROA1NI dome monthly poynrau. 19140. Drl'. A.b.mdale. ill:900 Map firmo. OPEM '
floor units plus upstairs of ltICO. ooodrre fir. 501,000. :-I laJ' 10371 r.cr II DIal. 8o-1489PtIRNIHHID ON LOVELY Bhady Lane. Loao LY.

rice space and basement. 1,5th.. 011I. Per lIlt .r t. '13. ICAUT1PUL model i THORN btdroomiwo -- : Olbwn cuilom built t bedroom' ROY DAI-I'
2020.HAyS ho.... three bedroom IVi kith. balhi. nd porch corner CB two bIb homo. OE kitchen Realtor
This is an EXCELLENT HOME in lampa Tad. 010. corner lot convenient lora ot. 15500 IJOO down 110 ....11I. with' dlihwaiher. tenoned patio, 1(11 OoodyoarFb TRUCKS
ea4l1'I ...... down M3-49I3 409. "
BUSINESS INVESTMENT fo' Home In Llkeland or Win lorH. 5514 near Crtatal Lake. SI 101 2 car 017 too 10 ,
..ra. Tall M opportunity, seldom avail. '1..0 .4931; d.... Laktlir. Set 05000 A..II. Call ...... I room: two bathi lpooed ono mil beyond. : Carpenter 4 Relroomo. 3 hIlt' oolt floor AND TRACTORS
6U-tIH .oe.U8e. U.I..lm Tho..... III bark yard with playhi... Homo MO I inoTHREB ,
able In
as exclusive and 3 SirepI1000. 10 e.lrobu p poo.sills. :1 .
BALI OR t'od.. flopS 5,00' 2brdl'oom BEDROOMS IM kath. .4>0 down. to.. up monthlytmto 00- BRDROOM CB 1100 downlanro I. moo, room.. limo kltrb.O0. 55IPSYIOUIY5000L Cab,
strategic a location as this. : :lOOt Chtrrr Lint. 503. 11400 Ml IS .month' over ono,no tractor V 401
I .
sour homo on 1140r Morlda room air eonflltlooe.meed denIal 11.1. room I PIll 1 ...1... .U. ".Ioondil
0004 obtor00000. 0.p.sd o
Information pertaining to ... C..trol AtollS. IsO sIr yard Real kanaln I. 5 10J North Webiter An. MU room... I I.... .Immiol poolLot ,on U7M
.ndillonin. DotP momS well. wry deilrablo I........ call IOU0Ion SOUTHSIDK |4ltO down Tarot -4610IEAHONABLE. i65'12a1'. CoIl ArlIna llin..dll
terms leases 10" .. For bedroom. two balk CB hoi... II FORD ._.11.. van. Vary
price rents, fl. Lakelandntlal feti- lorSliP Opm j-4 4CDUCKD : OWNER LOW wIth 21. TUr5 Jr. Realtor .
and available commercial proverbunou .r Florida room Near Hhool Own- own payment 'lb... ............ SI tJT"1-7573 00 :.. .. .S MU ...... A.t .throuohout 11140PARMILL
expenses on tJOOO mo.lni Call 88- 504THREB .
HI mo prOrstoaoo Iwo full '.'h.. line Florida' 2-1003. I
Wril. owner. Rt 1. Box Ut '.rnla. Will aacrlflio two bedroom .. Cub with cultivatoreond
l ,
request. Shown by appointment BKDROOMa 10U E eom. JI car carport brick OneREPOB8E88KD
T....... Florida houeo Perlect oondltloneal anal. 1190 down 161 month rear Old Ph... .11 a-4IJt or .....,......... "" .
location Cleveland hrlibti J..., ndrroratod Two bodrelo.Do.OoiRondolfthlOld lIeu .all8' I toned ITM
ortlon Per 11)000 II sold kyorll
152 Real Estate Wantid Tampa oarden traitor
"SPARKY" THOMPSONHe I Exclusive with lit Owner CI3->4MTO Hl.bwsn Oboe 00005. .und.,. THREE bedroom CUB"1C.deU..... It" "'.....
errTLI oetel*. ky SimILe 0.01001510. .al last L 05105 toe. CB Reconditioned Inaldi and YOU'll FEEL I oo,nt h tch. UndentMeny
Oornt or loromt ...oorl,. 000 old .0"". non FlorIda SoaIAeoro. .ut. II.000 ea>.b down 119 Saralota 0,00. ...1....... led OorwSI.
LIST YOURPROPERTY .iplei. uraie One warllclency 4 bOO room.. I AlIAS. .Ynrt000ld- A.e. Ion at 001 and 191iritooa .... L.bO tow .lIn
i CECILBLUM leo. on tno .orn.r lonvd C9hown Phono .....10.. IBe014 -
would 'like to take this opportunity to WITH US' i lamps apartment. ltj-4061 Two S bedroom by ippolntmtnt only L. J. I RICH .....
..... Eil t
Reel I Real &
invite oil his friends to drop in and see him Realtor "" NBW TWO bedroom houno Ready Broker arbour, 6.e.aeu. OWNER. 5111.1. 1140 Skinner fe cheese lr.m
"horlr ran tBKU.lt. BURN iron tint time oiler Thrto5dt000ttL
Lakeland Ford Company 125 Lake Mir. 1831 South Florida Ave. IT DOWN" H L. Shorty) Falmer lor. Immedliul occupancy. 1100 MUST POLL .1 ..... Lo..I Iwo two till balhi. with the cub you let for
at Realtor. .M ft 1101 opInes. built-in ranioawnlno .
boib 11.1.
682-6036 LMUA alto S Tenneaiee tsr. bodeouss h.mo. da room I 441 ao ft 1111115 ;mlC'II : QUILLIANINTERNATIONAL
ror Drive. Sparky" has been selling auto I Avenue. Phone MU J-M73 wlndowi. lull lilt bath room dlnlnUllty room. ta..lI sod deal location near Orovo no longer needed things I
I No"l to .. Tenn Avo. Faialni terraiao floon irreened porch room a.......'. onarato -. MV .- 611.
LolA Priced at 110000. let 50 Iat compltto wiui won to Oasstfiedada.
sell with
mobiles for 1 15 years in 150 Mneillonious month oflor a low down o..m..a. wnII nn000. n.. .Iootrl. ran... FOUR BEDROOMS two full you I
... balb.. CB Terrain floora Mike TRUCK t TRACTOR
I Coo 5.50.n doll' Sun Ar. ..I""lOr. HInd, .ehool.
For Informollon call Jerry Mar 050 PSUlOOt,Itnr and hoipitolrlooklni Her on Muity. mono III-loooDEAL. Dial MU 1-1151 to
Stop In today and let him show you the 1964 TOOlS Plorlds 01000CM room. boll Iwo toun.Irn balh.III" .. dli, CY 4.HIS or Dan Winter. .. liSp. Frlced ,...a foiukk elll-"T. 21JI D..O City Hnv.P1.5. .
CY 3-1433. nil By owner. MO 0.10HRICK place your want Id.
bOlD" 10 mln.lO. from down.loan. MU 1.4117
TOTAL PERFORMANCE cars at Lakeland IUS pen "..11I. MU ONt lOW TWO BEDROOM CB home. cowl TWO bedroom two loU I I .
Ford. Motor Trend Magazine picked Fordas a.loaTi plitely furnlihed .I'Z' : lido oftWibaih .need. .......ora.... ..r.... near OCTET locatlol Ot odief _''I Formerly Prsothloo.Llbm'tO
termi CerhrO6.SSAII rhurob Kbool. 10300 P.1cm. oIl,. near flililnf lake and CLAsSIFIED DISPLAY
the car of the YearLAKELAND. COLLEOK by owner. Home MU 3.73B4. r oavinlenoee. Lane 10 x U9ripefrult '
i 9 Acres oft lIntotolon It, oan ...11, be FOR .ALI to rolortO. P1110 hOd- 1..1 loa. Two room .001.&.. ID
nvertod Into ono houeo. HInt ,. ball and 11.10. 1.1,1.1.pOrth. rood e001ltlea Pr001n ...... hat
I Near Lakeland! IJERE8T RATE room.. three bathi. two ..,..... carport and airiie. on troo. two "'......
J ,ult. ildewilk. alley. 180042180UTHHIDB bOO 1.1a. IU90O no down 'ay.mrot three bananaa tnclOMd roar or
1309 Woo 14tB 1""'. porch of h.... can be tued forotIlilt
3 Bedroom S bath home plua NEW outllde City.
\ totOOl room Reportedly Iniured
I > 'apartment-; oar laraire: three ..d'..... that will taki 003DaIS.I000THOAT0. roe 19 000. Tao perleot OneS Lam
FORDCO. woeS ihop email barn Lane twin bud. Walking dlitancehODplni If E A a school.. etlrlni couple. A hoofs walk Ie
loaka. pecarfi osdthrna acrei In ON ALL > and elementary school ...pplll.. P0,0101104 tb.oo ...... bus lino. convonlenco li nouns
,ktured oranie irove DoleS Acrora Hreet from Southwntlor room how. Ir.l.hod.. ani, liroSI S 11.000. term. loaf North OVER
I.511,5 I from downtown. Price 144. .10111 Hlih. Weit Wlndior .itroet 013 000. CurS 11.511,. .86-00JI Ruth Avenue
., INC 000 Call I .U"Fluli with T I'CutLer FIRST FEDERAL off South Lincoln Avenue. _... 193 CENTRAL A...... Five
.I Jr I at MO I:7171r ustior to notroc SIRS. Full Inlor. room home. priced lor quick solo 200
even Inn at MU I-3001ONTINENTALS Ion: call after 4 p ... OBI.OHIO ..ako oiler. Clark Realty ....
125 Lob Mirror Dr. Ph. MU 21102
RUT LOCATION In Lakeland o.ilLOOKI .
Cadet Roitaurant Model
I CL..II"RD DISPLAY T. bedroom maeonry. Florid.room. ). 1704 Huntlniton Niar .remodeled two bedroom' eoramlo CARS
hardwood floon. I.n..dbat .... .
-- -- -- -- 00010. Firk Four .room. 9 both homo Lario roomaas Slot
yard. fruit (roes. Southildo 11110. 1100 down MO .,withtnImmodlals kitchen, lot aoiklil or will
JI lee It, lu.. It. bun It Real 10.11 :
F occuoancy BhlployB80J dltldo Eaiy termi to oualUMd
6% 00110. Mil 000tonl.1-4480 FHA 0 10100,1Colt ti.. ... ._. 189.61JI nlihti boon Phone MU I.Toolleoe TO CHOOSE FROMPENDARVIS

01900 DOWN ku.. two bedroom ALMOST: w.h.... 50005mb
TWOiiDitOO.. CB homo. nlre homo and two ifurnlihed ret u.I... All i10 blab. 'ulll to r.... lId
0"0. convenient loootlea, low OImor.
Homes FounlInoemo 1111 month 000So troll tom. 01105 .Id.n.
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".000 ooulty or mIll
I Price only 111 000 10- 1101 i.ishberb001. oon.\I'.
New Construction ..cept boat motor and trailer I.nsrtnolt,53 21.1. L nard Rabin "0I1or. 10051.4. ".001.. hopsbm. .. .,
0 ooldea loIs
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lakea. bOO and ehopolnl
0 rlve. Couth. 080-0011Ith .
Business .ulel area. oemplete-center oloeo by U'nutea to ..,.
Property "ODBRN 70.110 bodnopo 114 atodorn who. .. .. dowclon. Lstoluocd.MosihIp .
""YI rart dl."'... 01... IC tell forolthod e.... Lit oaia. Clark ooltioi RealNEED ..,"'.... Olin III. In01. CHEVROLET CO.
;: to buS, stor... .001.. dn4 ..odOtnOel us '''''.toJi. ...... overylhmirment Low does
Ideal for .bUd.... 10 100 .... and aeiume weeent 310 No. Florid Avo.lokoland .
I' FIRST FEDERAL .oe.OIH morl..10 of 0000005 Purnlah-.
I1BEOWMTI1 THall .4 It ....Ir... lmm.dl000 .......
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SAVINGSAND II.Phone So rnsoll.a MU 13100 4. 113.100 .uS. AREPAIRMAN .Road tlM-OJI. c3t

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b.droom I 'aUi. ssreI.d lIwIntnu.m
? Fenced and built Ini 113-4410
LOAN ASSN lomilO "' 18. a..dllion.I.
.110. '""Ie... .lIb II'''' CLAiiFiiQDjjtAy; ___
I 00.1-2044 lor appointmentNO You will find I complete
QUALIFYING Ihreo 5,4room.
.. Near ..,..... ihopplnl listing of dependable
Low down payment IM monthly service firms In Classified -
Downtown! Ora... at Tattoo_, 1130 B osto.II. IM-0133
Or.YI Park: Crjilil Lam today under "Busi
I Brnot .
SY OWNER 10000 rO. throe bed.nOOlO "
Mndowbrook i CB full tile belli rs000rl.UtIlIt I. ness Serv leel.
I r room. 111 000. IJ10 dowoB3 .
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'64 CHEVROLET I Impale 4-Door Sedon. Blue and We have a good selection ef read-ready dieted.

white Only 300 miles, troded on new Cac"'loc.Radio. Look at these prices and com pick yours out.

I Lfl1OQ heater and, Powerglida, V-8, power steering *85 T4B '56 GMC, 471 engine . . . . . .$ 795
: and brakes factory $Q QC

air conditioning i i . . . <&*17 J #60 T4A 58 AUTOCAR DCU75, top mechanically . .$6500

RANDNEW '64 VOLVO 544 model. Only 5,000 miles. $500 under P859 '58 DIAMOND T, tilt cab, top condition . .$5900

list 4 full syncro-mesh transmission, p MACK
speed R855 54 Tandem
price Picker"
., S "Cherry ... .. . ,$2395

Like heater.new, seat. belts. . . . $1 I7UU Ort ft I P860 '56 DIAMOND T, tilt cab. A bargain at . .$4900

'63 CADILLAC Convertibles. Two like new. Fully R857 '57 MACK B61, engine major overhaul r. . .$6250

[ i MERCRYS equipped with air $4995 159TA 58 MACK B61, completely reconditioned .$6500

conditioning i . . . . w. otto t don oovoral moro 1(1 M."L

'63 OLDSMOBILE "88" Convertible. Enjoy this con.vertible ,II you don't Ills th... price Nil o l who I rlfhr./

weather! with this fully $295

.. l equipped air conditioned beauty. We hove the best selection of ges tractors In central Florida.

[ COMET4IP '61 CADILLAC Sedan 4 window. White with black Here I Is I partial listing.

and whit. interior. Fully equipped $Q QQ 168TA '61 FORD F.1000'sleeper. Real good $4995

a4lv. oed 0 MON5T AtOltS and air conditioned . . JmJfJ -D.c. .
A R826 '61 FORD F-1000.
engine just installed
11 sr S I 4.I......... 4*, I4, '60 BUICK LeSabra 4-Door Sedan. Real clean. Radio, $5500

&oIf'-' heater, automatic transmission, $ R793 62 FORD F950. Almost new. Very low mileage $6500
AIR CONDITIONED 2 TO CHOOSt FROM power steering and brakes . P795A '59 CHEVROLET. Air brakes, cab forward, V.I. .$ 995

c1 '62 CONTINENTAL '60 CHEVROLET Biscayne 2Door. Economy special 6 129XB '53 GMC, 302 engine . . . . . .$ 750

g cylinder standard transmission, ro- ji '56 WHITE
R784 WC
I Serfoni, loodeo! with dio, heater and air conditioned. I 095 22. Runs good . . . .$ 59S

R761 '5$ FORD C850. Tilt cab rebuilt
I oirroi. In ihowroom cool completely $3750
60 PONTIAC 4Door. Radio, heater, automatic

dlrlon SKCUL transmission, power steering brakes and air 82T4A '61 FORD P-850, new tires. Real sharp . $3795

889 - -" conditioning. $$1/105 R818A '57 GMC 552, runs good ... . $ 750

Real nlc. . . . . R791A '51 INTERNATIONAL
WHOLESALE USED CARS H8S block assembly'
56 CADILLAC Sedan. As Is special. Fully :$395

equipped and air conditioned. .

.57.-FORD SodoNSulolason, POdI% $495 '54 OLDSMOBILE 88 Holiday Coupe. Real nice, rae TRAILERS? ? ? WE HAVE THEMA

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'64 .cOM T heater and hydramatic trans $OQC A stock of rebuilt. troilera.C .

I '56 CHRYSLER mission This week end . 3 7O

/ I Poi$ .- M....._ ..."..lmoaoIel YU Spoons $695 MANY OTHER CARS TO SELECT FROM Dry Freight Bunkers and Blowers Refrigerated

: MERCURY S.. sue of these ceerleevi leleimemto Wa also hare pickup., panels, dump trucks, etc.

___ ....... SO.onirnw .n" Irolto $895 W.I.... Slim Itich....." Arlyi Tolkort I,..,.. Herr.ll If you Kayo hauling to do, we can
... .. equip
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00 OpatOwod 4.04,0R41
938 East Main St. Phane MU 2-7173 ( DIVISION OF UKl-UNf FORD) f
L Mil. lektlend, Het Ph. 4124151 TRADES ACCEPTED
1430 W. Memorial Blvd.'
PkoneMU' 6.2159 !

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1S3 Kevin Far Salt 153 denes'* Sel.!


sad 1 kMlroM ..... bokit H OIl; bk tokdt kf fan torr
hiss kMkt! bk kMd UikMdlklk. :; .: 1MM in Mb mr enkralk NEAR SOUTHOATE OPEN! Unique PLEASEFORGIVE
Si i551555. is. .hiissu iso. I convenient this S. MB* MALL
us AD OffMV tlVM sssMd.s.sUe. : very to 3 BR 2 BATHS I .

sad islisa.isa=hi. ':-'r..r:= .. 04 550-4*., s.MS. .r&.1..:505lot nice I BR home with 2 $21,000 BRICK HOMES U Aealis... 5155555$ Insd5.5e, But kM to nora.DKlkil Ikkkhodi US

kknok Uondir "' _b Piasp I ::: 01.4 bINS 500.foss StUn Oak. loahit.i --. MBtal IHArkto '*th., Florid Room. Dining OM kl Musk ud Air OkMllto' TODAY IorIIIIr Disk to. aIsMos __ _.
his hiOsual .-.... Par.fisO I
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MU 2-6116 ) AMA HkMkrSlil MMMM Room. Double garage SIno nr kmnd MmfortT CBBHI $56.36 -- ,0.5504 5. all If M knt tOtr tk NSo rMkHM
rkmBikr HUM nod 50.5.ah5. MMk ktok tk 5.005.
IMkW fOP I aboossias fm r kki Mr Mu sue >ukB. and SHADE OAKS 1241 Ihlk Ilk. i.iilkBiboa. 0.sa 5.10015 aStnhisd .en .
B.W. 31 MUM M Ik lllllH MWkk a
= Subs lusssssosp S a tor ikTMo kkd I Utssiih Edgewiter Drive II near ku oupkiw OBJBI 26You're .. -... i = IdMosO tk kMiMkbon a. lusts waD-itused p WMUMMk. IkMMM A hi ..
105 balSa, I sS55p ': M pkMk wIth k bMtakOk still ross kr .1..... Ibis UtkMrm .. I 1555 -- losS, w000u05s
REDUCED 50005. 110 bINS 'coos SDo laDs. lilt mr outdoor pioMkTM: $lnWot new Wards and Sear Shopping WIlD k ..... ........ t.ir ..011.... ISsiod 5. NO _:. I kHMIMk kM kkiliklS....._Hnlk. S tonorooi wk. las, dsp :.. Unb.i. oho.
11.-11811. iliad 001 0. I Cold I.- 00 lilt III" 00 11I10 lob, $24,900 with term unun wIth utrk .hIS. wWtr > Invited to lee MIl, idols sow 1.415 _I kkU, WkU nor 1090( hkk bM tikktr tort..
, staoe tan *.>mtnt II kn no =::.i....= d= from. bpoulatui*, ..l01a Ikklkl.01551 It AcID M TkTWI.1' a RN-TO8. MM wrkibp MM. on nI >. I. ,oscs.oa, utOsaled on a see55015 mt. 00 sad :. W MM VMk us.oiSMmI ..
nod Mr IMi .
watt ipulotu a bolos U kBrr ooMkfMtWn sad rmos tejaw. nolist.
? sSoo.d 5554.1 501.S
a .Sodium I full MIll honk. CkrPttbu wtlb. sod soulS 055 tk ..... It loS bMkUtul kkk nourk Call to .
BOGER TERRACE .t. 1'Ie. kt ..... $ktllktlMrtk.
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druwlM ....... ktMUk ... Ho-iirr. 'IMPERIALONSTRUCTION Botlilu alas Ilk II
ntnnrktor, MHlMAb' din For I itokll do,. .mat ud "I EGG RANCH kk
in rekm. FlarHt MM. wr ta.dluowd 11000 5.115 ... ban, FUN LIVING WORK ON THE 'South' Off Voung PlacernNEW 55 BMrkM BUUISO.Stately TRADE
I ttt (knv*. MUM ISIs I b.dhisss '- Ia .... tide: will ton Ink Slip b._ I,. co..
bark ,.m. PIn un* attend 01 i.otDa.5 Sot srnlp 1 50.. Hi. but Mk ihkdod ,.... You, 10 ACRES with S nice J BR NORTH SIDE? INC. 2-Story This s0r will -.Idor 0154155III.

=' Ciii S. spit, is III 000 00. MOoiGlI.W. ..111 ton lbs konra nails .f? 2 t Bath home with large Hv- 11_ to Suidr S ....._ homon HOMES! Ml II .... amM4IK1 ........ \I olalu .... a III. CB
Ci15i aa-io. of .... .. SUeS home 4005 .. _
Pt room Ton *m find k lOOkiaotot.. Buto prtMikt el-tM 11II hk Uwroiwklr ohs bsIlk If
Kill kkd kioro 001KM kt 1001Mrkdowliraok. log room and fireplace hut 111001 S .Ulltr ..*.. DELUXE, MULTI BArn .....1_ fokinrw 1551suM atrkh CMUM. A.....* _.
OUT OF STATE R "Bill" Tkm to onlralho Florida room screened ... k .iris ovporl. awttot took ko MtrkVkCMt tk tkMk n u os IM old IWk ClIp IM.
WILLIAMS >t sad klr kondlUmlkt, a bOO kt KO-109T. HOMES IN BRICK AND I d_ Sot mkk kk 5 oklMrkkiw bout too r BUM. from Ills SlIP
b.ikromo. komplMMi built-in porch: work shop and 2.000 Ik ISIs kldor baa... Mn.Ira llnil*. VtlLL paces ..._ M>>
Onw MTI ..... ur 55 ftSAMOa UCLA .I23.1 Illolo.. .111I tOt05 10 ... Sat'PM. beautiful white Leghorn I BLOCK. KIDS WALK TO 4 BEDROOM oktruuo hull SlOt olkkkntXMnrkfi lOlL
show rot 114T haul Awii, 3 Ml Flk. ,... .. 'orIIOOO.D' ..... CLOSE IN AT ftHMMoi In kolk tMforoul
ktdfMai I MIll toatnu Woe ton .k OkrUUkkk .... lux with Hens also alr-conditloned 821 E. ORANGE BOTH SOUTHWESTSCHOOLS $11,000 I llrtnt rokkl sod II,. rlobr .

sod-Muntar$001-la toe run-"III. Sir.. nor.... bopcion..'. worth ubr kork. Uora kt Uiu KO-1U1 Poutas. fully equipped egg house BALI rnrcoti ..._, A .... I AND Writ ....... i ..... kirk... SW _I WMM.. wIth._Iho no
Iclk _... Lard Crapkrlw kick-I Too ...111& sb. k look and I acres of pasture .mil" JIM H ktook from u>. Motto. UMM MM. torn. kttohnorm room kr k bull.... moan kodrokkw -
Ir ...........s. JUkUk pnok |U.MO. .. >hkin.kkrd] Murto. A* kllrwuvk SOTJTHGATE SHOPPING 05. room M'.1.. IntorOMl Ilk kkthk. fall _... 551 SIr .... WsSs.e 011555.
UN-HI. FUN c04742. komo ......tIII. ., kilo,. .TOtOOl Wll* FM lad AM with plMroOBl oinlrk ".",. ItU1IT4I. rv.,. ...... __ c. _
CARNIVAL OF LIVING room bOssIsm.. a .boaraono. udikMM S radto fnw kkltoto. Ho kH* toM 1 o. s .... .... n 500 5 001100too..1
i4r LOT M uoiun LAN* I lOuis Iwo room bknommt lor fkntr > IB rov porch, on, ". kiom .Ibis ....".... IH>I1I. UIOppllB ISO bios MraPIMtI _
U-: O.t TTMI MMd we asp VALUES fun MM wiui ihu fIns 1lorr JUST LISTED .d In front parch : Lot Lana.FULLY. dasunsOtil 'DtId. and ..... 510..
.ortf ILu'auii. hoa. kt 107 Bolmdnr.onWd M SIlO fonD doss for ......nlal WINSTON HEIGHTS Easy Living 110O. MAUl OPI'IIIOH 'IWUiILHJoIIOI
Ik Usa bMrt kl (It.. kilos or biildln rontol. mOlt CHI toinipoDl FURNISHED ,
Tbknk r>k Iw MUllki NORTHEAST 1 ntra Ikrn bodrkkm. drauuiiraomi. riil* nick 2 BR home Is ll00i04l.CHOICE I At k wnilblk prlM willS tax In.oiuiira .
Hook _...d. Sundkn sad 2 BikUor kodroomi, ..tr ui. bill... '.....1.... completely FURNISHED lorn is from UJ.500( to 3 Bodronmi. bktft, Blok llvlnioom pkrumu lois thou ru.iki FOUR

Okklon MV I-47M norldk-ondiuonod rooki, Silos ,...._* Urn Alt 105 nrakkfki room roMB Mk ud room.Mpuki....din-... has screened In porch: BUSINESS 14000. Monthly payments ,. tor..*"".", klUhk.1, kood kkd furnltur.Ftorktonoom. ......onto Lrno..room...113, dtnin.kMillohM ....

_.. Lola lam tot 5055 k ud MW B kuM< k wU SOUTHSIDE and only $10,- LOCATION from $6* per month plus Las Biodkl _..... Vast wM room, um I bilks in Bonn win*' BEDROOMS
BEERMAN REALTY 1UI-IM. mooS Ill odd t* thk ......... nk .alOtabnod. BM-I1S. 30* kllkmlLAKEFRONT II iM1 FkBllr room Mkru
..... 900. RN-1M. ; NEAR SOUTHGATE taxes and Insurance
sill If ro. bur a _, I.om coat of loom low PkL..... 2 BATHS
_lot, L.III.L.A. AIR-CONDITIONED And to Md M lOs ptoMkiw, .... I ins ...... ...."d. A.... tu*. school dlitrlrt. T..... prlok i.ip
.131 .. PlasMa A.. MV WIGI 1 .kMroM CB, rvrvik room. idol hu kwB rduord. w. ha.. wok bids koiiM Mold b* eon.orlod -DRIVE OUT TODAY II". 10. no-line: Tkm It mr 100 .... ft, UIni *-
,,11\. bur ned to slow ton rUNUTDia COUNTRY LOTSBoth for *(flok, ...11I_ or bo* frantMk on tub .1
Lib 500. 1.55 .... := = .. CB
paJmaL kt II* bMt. sod bkiuwMl A ml bkriklp. kl WM M Ibourlil 10,4. put saw b. 1 r t 5.dro,. S kr la Ibis BlM Doss
,,1UI.flt. I 110,0001 Bur .wmk ,...D_. hl.ii .....1. ukt runt fork t* ItOhM Wlt. b.lI_ ..PI.... Casual Charm !KM 1IorIcI..a, ,atot MM
500111.1,05 I,' South & North of city OOon3L wiaMM lunton .0 Kill..,*nHOOIM dlnlk* nm, BkMiod MT| all ku in4Mo
GOODS : = ..
NORTHWEST with flrkvlkm. Lknk Uihthit Lkrn rxtrtk .10 klroaadiuonnr -
-SOme hiv large CITRUS Oonuln. lI..btUJII hk ....
alsn.S. ratIo 'fkoln lab.. Ormilni room ........ Included II u
a 5.4mm c., POunds tot DICK BARNES have .. ... tonosAd "mil' ruos M OOOD OOUTHSIDB ARIA
TREES other l
wIll "Id. Oc blockooorUkcUoo. ..... and oonmnkllon4lM .
MOVE FAST 55th. ".bl. csniao. Oalt ahidsPnbopd KEN HARRIS 1 Lot I IllUk k.. U ln rou PRIC '1'._. will .....
Ida 1.0. i.aoiilNSsl, OAKS & PINES Sites room, 9 bwlroom. (.,. to woO tldtr lIul" 4k ......... -.
1-1001. RMllar om LMLAIOU lUkltor EnHutot LMLAIMS lDauhs.nuOo.dS0tssea.L.koIulDst" .,"' ..... for UM .. k d.... tf proirrMl. ..ll nwt ......... Ikwwdm .
when you advertise themIn : *. rik. mJUST '1101 range from H acre to 4 5. norldk A... 2622 NEWPORT ... IK bktb.. TM rkM lloik r *"pwmat MO-1U3.

Classified. To get more NEAR acres In lize Prices M-I191 Shaded aid stOOls. Loo.tM

business fast dial MU FLORIDA SOUTHERN average $1,500-Waterfront: Deluxe home lit excellent BRICK HOME u.l loa4.alt Lkkk Holllni.worui. no- HOWARD GILLETTE

1-1151 for aa ad-writer. H dti rik4 t btdroom, Oak LISTED site $%,SOO to $3,500 area. Sea 2622 Newport .3.. kodroont, .1..>..... bkth.wiin b.II.ton.....U ISO.IM.jm ,.

11 oort, ......., 0111'.. ,......4 (Moknrd. with LOW down payments PRICE REDUCED South of ElltOlDrive between sIr, sot,.. wnh. rrint floor.tfvM .. A. S. MORROW 1UlAL1')1IoMLA
tlX down Mo tlmln.owu. rr4. fknoMl ....,...., Ill W. WoIno' II 5. t'lNldb
OWNER SALE! HNW1.L OP5,0' 'l'llM1I, Tows CALL UmP0a Nevada and New m" ......... Will .....Id.. Hmltori LkTLA
LPP0010TMmiC. 'IQ sat 1609 MEADOWBROOKWas Jersey Roads. ...... lilt I... 0 StronsO If 001151 101 S TnUMwkCkU PHONE MU 2-4179
Small down payment 7H AOAMORB TOT CONMTION SCOTT KELLY ....... RN-MS, 10J \II...... UO J-JU7 kr MU I-S7W

L (Shorty) Palmer 11KDKOOM WITS FUM. $28,000, now 1211.500.1 eec.
Hktllor LMLA beautiful
seven room masonry
5045.5.1. hIs MIX ca hMtoWitt
nrport nod ktmir, kk kBK SOt *\ or-.. Los, all *&OAUOH -tOTUY TWO Realtor LMLA home with enclosed 2639 MARTIN 3 I kklhk ._.. lUInt room,,
tot kpvrotMiktolr OOHIW I.. '1'. lluwtaFh tonooM WITH ruro 213 S. Tennessee Ave. ITO kltahMi. nb fink brick
kppralMl ..000. ON B BknUip.ra _.. double garage, large screen 15.55 *f kpnru. Non a,. fk. U
..." Oil Ron Tr..... HU .101 MU '.I71KM. ROOM.. IIOIOII.LOCATION.IDEALHOMB. alfl'UlCMlUIT MU 2-9195 ed patio and fenced yardwith REDUCED TO SELL I....... *n j *kk .hwlod ..... I
S-7WI W 51051173.PRICE donblk worn.*>. OontinlMl UnooWMl
I fa. UMml lots tf oak shade:I BRAND NEW! lad W._ Ollnlk ROHM For Sale Owner
'Ktil to *. T.... An. Pt. UO 505 OLIINDALa-llrrRA IfIC'llTWO Jimmy Lawhon MU W575 sod MM lot MU b. purobkkid Sod By
JlIODIIOOII $10545 lit TO' three bedrooms Flor-
Bbllkk.M Paul St. Clair MU 8-1898 large !Three bedrooms 2 bath olttor" two ton lOt bk bouiltt
REDUCED Bob Shore MU 2-5027 Ida moms living room with Central heat and air con- .._..... -.ION. 505 .1s00VIatu.

HOME AND INCOME HOMES BY ROOM PINIBBUIT, n/Rn A ROOM- TWO CB BBV INKCW Jim Blackwood MU 2-6716 fireplace and completely ditlonlnj. Built-in kitchen Thli '.autlfullalttvl.. hems on larj cerntr

CONDITION ON DBAOViO equipped kitchen. Centrally); dish washer disposal John Mitchell let asar Ssortlewii *nd Menlgomery Ward.
Uvto niwBr d"" kt IM- FHA MANAGER STRICT. BUllkk.KCALTOn heated and air conditioned. and believe It or rot APANTRtt .
SOs *. Joluuon: Rock ildt hullrtnk RN-677. REALTOR Living room with fireplaci, 4lalf' .ream en-

room dlnlni room, loSroam. DOWN doll Ohm .Bedrooms Owe full
Ditch.. ... 11. 111I. $100 SYLVESTER SHORED 140. *. IslandS ernc large

Worth .leI. ........... Ioazal.h.d.Soothsld. RUY Sllllf HOME AND 1 ACREWith MO Milt 00 5,00 .tON baths and half bath. All electric kitchen with
lion .10. sod radalssimM M.a, kbkiok kkkiik !. Ul .... .
., Call 'N IIlaID' to uou. ComirtoMIr ndkkkrkMIlonUilF BY OWNER. lovely $18,000 built-in ......Qu. ,rill. Large family ream
515. 100113. wnmu H low M IMlot tMUMl swimming pool three Mfl R RUDY
Bkllt-l lalemmsteree
It hot kIM kt o0 I.T. S nORmA AVB home telling for $13,500 bedrooms one tile bath 4 BEDROOMS allel e king sIne pulls
U r.emCtntrol
piped encsvsecleaning
ABBOTT-HECKE Central air conditioning and two Vi bath and an extra every
CO. R'TUCKERJr.REALTOR LMLA REALTOR ...017 born FkMinm 4 bwrooni
air md
heat. Three bedrooms two shower Beautiful kitchen MORTGAGE BROKER S kittii llrlx r.om. MVwkK system, tendlrlonliig
Kmiton tMLA.UT dlnlak room. ... ud PIe heat. Two set carport and (Kilty teem
KEEP COOL bath separate dining room with range oven malchlnarefrfaer.tor 1527 E. Memorial Blvd. ron,.. It roe nod man 5500 lid
a. T.... A.. ...-.IU ,
wkBt Mkl HWkUon Ihlk II lor
311 .. Mku A... L kklkB. and a garbage
large built In kitchen $2,500 dial (86-4107 time you. emu c. I'O 'I'E1"I
MU e-tm III lbs hot aims obHd wife disposal Three inch well any
MA Anal Prowrtr Mtak fTA (OtIS i kokkttful Mntfkllr sir oondltlomd down monthly payments
Ales rroptrtfOPEN trick ......, Idnllr tocktod. and 30 assorted fruit and
I bodnmk. I taO .... $104. 2133 John Arthur Way nut trees. Will trade for CHESTER MCDONALD Phone MU 3.2765 or MU 64557COMPLETELY
CHOOSE YOUR bklni, fork.1 dlnln ...... Poror,
,...... kkktlod FtorMk room, kltokM MU 6-5847. home In Southeast Lake GOOD BUYS IN HOMESMntMOOnTOlik Rasliap 1,551.5Misdo
OhIO, Mulppod with Dull to land. RO-113J. .,.. 11I..11
rut* **ok. .1tII........ at dipoul .. I 0755 of th.boit .

NEW EMPLOYER ; HOUSESTAUNTON I".. .oa* ooobU noon.Mrport ton. DimI.S brickiplw. George Stewart MU 2-0432 u_idul...hunk. Ik tkkMkkd fur M IkkiilrvlUi Thitu

iiHok polO CkU Don Sutton MU 2-6S82 thlUran HOUM ..*. l'.lkir
I OPEN HOUSE M, I Mdroomi, 1* ktllMbtktiuful ,
In today's "Help Wanted"ad AVENUE u nil' riotMk rookikkd : THE 0'LOOU010kn
I TED TOWSON A. F. PICKARDREALTORLMLA oiut kick kltehon wItS 1>l.nV -
Turn back to Clasl
kl kkblnHk. dlihwMltw, VMhM -
fled now for hundreds of W "31.. 111 B rik. Aft, r... room odlHont .. kllehon PERSON
300 S. Florida Ave. win ran* ...11.-.... All ol Uibodroont .

job opportunities Come to, 1719 and 1721 5886 Jacaranda Ave. Phone MU 6-2191 noron hkvt I.,tokturoo. kiktkta. TOIl kouutlm .. WATlU.OM' AnI.

Staunton Avenue South of ....Id HO thIs ........ Too W l. WHO .5 b 8 W- 5. OVa, 115005.IXCLUIIVS
5743 Driftwood Drive Home Bargain II.. ... w. vlll kk Ilk4 tk slow
....oPEN HOUSE Grove Park Shopping. Ceoter. t ..._ Shoot honlt tkUidonou p00 KO-1190. I .
MO CMMlkk tibia BM.rwhlokkklk < Two lovely th'l'ee bedroom n talk MBfortkblk I bodroomm Two beautiful masonry --' kotnw lot-a ikrportkKikok ]04 morrmnca MOAO-Ntwidooorktad OWNS i r I COMPLST1YCRIAflOeSFONUS4 0 '

....,.... nwaunklook homes two tiled orkmvd b.lk poroh 500. ..,swllo._. knd sloan.5505.Cup isv... lomes, three bedrooms, two 110,OM. Sony ......... BU11M room DI..MatnW; 1 ....block tot I."I bad-sal.oldi liP .... sad TIHo NIt, r. 5cop" Apodowos' '

soar Lkkk Houlwnortll ItO. down and kwkwlll bath, one with fireplace R. M. Marler .Il" ...... ....... sad ..... the article 'OU'louncl ,SJM 95.000 AMI f4f fl' MOo
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sod HIM lunltvr. ".. '-M ._11.., .... Lot M allow and carport. Readyto & Son 05.400 5.1. 510415*'mao DO 51000011 01 k0.SS
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Moms . NEAR CLINIC to six P.M. FHA term. "'lIh.. tall Mun.Tok ., 5 ... No.44 515156 MI'
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A DEN FOR PAPA 4 BEDROOMS 11.000$. 110010'11.SETH -.-

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asrn0Ezceptionaly MU 2-8500
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JUST FOR YOUloatadol
lOll nkoWM 1 krdrkokk a well priced"Loved Galen Hauger MU S-13S8 JIooItar LMLAW l..rr.L: !
.....>. Comkltt OB l_... kok- and well cared for" OFFICE MU J-IU7 1.11. 11' I. 14rno
hal bass sod klr. Kronod PI'IO. I bMlraoki. bills Just front
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.., "_. *i..".. 3 bedrooms 2 baths 2''
(Quotes of appraisers) HAUGER REALTY room. krpM.S, l.ri. kUllt sod air conditioners celled,
rn.JOHNJ.BRMAN torpor*-M.r w. domow ro* t1UVH. .-
Marble fireplace In 28 living BokUllI**. heat patio 1
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RoaSt.1,511.5 118-4103 room. new carpeting Ilk a -.... >k"Bio Fla. built-in I kitchendispoiall

6 MauI 10.. 10 K" ca.L11 two full tile beths. five ton kl Bik Silk W bl Or, CLEVELAND HTS. SHOP fROM sod dish washr .

central air conditioning and deluxe carpet and
4 tooot dMlrkbto ._. with 1kodrokBil '
heating roomy closets bad kltobon, mlltrln .... drapes All this and under:
1002 CLEARVIEWI ud Florid. Hoomi, .... priced. See It at 617 Lake
large Florida room double i_.... bonk vita S PMI loo ft. frIo_. rwl bur '
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carport utility room. Priced oodrokBk, buSS Ulk bulk P kulkdflorldk lot us,wo A.k to ao-lisi YOUR R PHONE[ iolloway ,

OFFICIAL GUIDEto think. For sale room sod .......... ..., us a call. RO-1177.
less than you ..... on toiltor tot MdnloM 50.. SO QUIET HERE
by owner. Call > '_11110(. widow u motuiioyi

rental bargains MU 21735BARGAINSI R. .Tutu Call i*..Soil MU Jr., Trunk Mkm Bnllor Suit. soot MU 110MO T o-,- Mol Mtlrnmnt IB.bodroomk Hito auotOoOlnslokbochood'Tis kkkriMri by scaonlnf the Ledger J J. C. BYRD FINISHED

the Classified section. 17J kt ......(. kt Mtf S-7M tori. Florid ,_. Okrkk. Want Ads. You'll Mod everything Realtor
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room apartment or house a BKimoou oni kkUt. Ill.moBRDHOOM. J. I. UlUebirl 000.7054S. I
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need. I TOUT .u...... 110,MOBIDHOOMO .
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Larry Heath MU J..8SOO;

PUBLIC AUCTIONRed with aa hmpeastre clsssk 'Galen Hauger MU J-13S8 SUNDAY 2-6 P.M. No Money

fled ad. Dial MO I-U51 OFFICE MU 1-6U7

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Brick Home 704 So. Missouri *. HAUGER REALTY Select Brick Homes Down

OPEN HOUSE 110 R5t I. Oraan- LalLA 5"SW .. $13,950 to $15,450' Want! _

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L AUCTION MEANS ACTION end teCh laos S bedrooms.

Phone 606.0121Sedmera Scott Kelly, RealtorMU SEE THE MODELS

Col. Jos. F. Sedmera Realty 2-5195 In Tempo In Laklan 1

and Auction Service .' .Ntetf.. ot .Itt a 0 4010 E. Hilfsboro Ave.MEMORIAL I BLVD.
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COLLEGIAN IN DROViS S..*..... .. e...... #.*. ** from Irtcdy sad wrote irt ewnlnf, wry 4.y r* r.l.. e. the .ach| mitnoy ""u&raMiBD""" MEN'S
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Book Tells Of France's Growth Deft Ugkter tr.if- RN. 1+.. & PANTS -

I t 1 Limit" | wMk (MM* Him MM. ./. ,_ .".. .._ fl s1..d
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Since Charles DeGaulle Took Over ,r ak COUPON --.-a.e s.d fr

REG. 44

87 DAVID MASON size some 212,000 square ment the worker's paycheck agreeing to scrap it if everyone TOILET BOWL BRUSH y,9s

PARIS (AP) "Under the miles. the France Is one of the leaden In else does likewise., Wt .fMftw .rely .......
direction of Gen. de Gaulle, the fight against cancer tuberculosis De Gaulle ordained a
Fifth Republic has five Many Claims True and polio. that Britain was not preparedto year ago ..*.... .,tee ....... krwkIff ..12C _

J France peace, a liable Many of the claims In the Seek Nuclear Power become a Common Market I to Him wkt prefer Hw pses..i| Velio.limit. MEN'SHANDKERCHIEFS
omy its place In the lowing government pamphlet member-a hotly controversial I fMtk, 1N will IM cvwyHilif yM
cannot be contested. De Gaulle has deeply com- ( 1 wild MUM Him M.a )
and tide while assuring ICOn-j mitted France decision that many thought was ...d s. w.k. y.a .Ira Esser
to a costly nuclear I IA"
prosperity of Frenchmen But all that is Gaulllst does I more political than practical L.INS HSSffii He. d 10 M ilw. 100% whim
program although too
octal nMIn'f'I'," not slitter and even if much De Gaulle clearly did not want s. .e k..dk.aal.h.
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was well on the before he COUPON
So goei the preface to a does, some people ask if time way the British on the continent he ""

glossy recently 36-page to tell booklet the French published they will today.not tarnish the sheen of stalled Eighteen returned and reactors to a huge power have Isotope in been 1958 In- Ia French Insisting leadership on preserving for Cl"HeIete...;... PEANUT BRITTLE :Punch: s.I. 10 fee 97 .

bad it good and to tell What Is life like In De sep-
never eo ration plant at Pierrelatte will France, he believes, must assure ....... ... .
the world to lit and take Gaulle's France? 0; Full 11. ko n f r<-
up '
for itself and for European
notice of France. The government booklet The provide state necessary run electricity plutonium.systemis Independent third force role, t CH4r lees..Iw.:*.Sophie M.. PMHM 26 MEN'S BELTS

The booklet delis with France treats the question alphabetically preparing for the day when tending between the Soviet UnIon sledT.ys, R.pa9..

since Gaulle 1958 was, when swept Charles back Into de!impression and starts, listed with under a surface"Af- atomic energy will provide power. and what he almost scornfully limit I vIM wuMK Him .... sass ..,.\tr _'I irratck Whs ... et |
refers to as the "Anglo
France claims to be the ... _
.m4 sad .1
power on the heels of a revolt, alres Culturelles. Most of the first Saxons."
producer of uranium in
and established the Fifth French capital's history rich Western Europe. In another pair of moves s
A French Republic. monuments and bulldlnn hive which stirred much wrath In Value 77'
But first and foremost, De MARSHMALLOW to '.S0 ,
Some Frenchmen and foreign been scrubbed of decades of Gaulle the United States, De Gaulle OVENCOUPON
observer scoff their way grime. The sprawling city has turned his nuclearscientists called for neutrality of Southeast ER
through sections of the pamphlet lines. Thousands of man hours I to the job of producing Asia, and then recognized BUNNIES
which give a rosy view of,have been employed to scour his bombs, or as government -,Communist China. lie' yes. *.....! ell If d
literature prefers to call PII". et 7 4\W* Jewelry Dept. Specials
education housing and sand blast the Louvre *
agriculture giant De Gaulle also Is
them his "force de dissuasion preparing to Monhmallow yk* ...- D... Own CIee_49'

and salaries. Museum, De Gaulle's Elysee i spread France's "rayonne- LAY-AWAYS AND
But few would argue with a ,Palace, and hundreds of ordinary ment" (radiance) to Latin laater lull'a..*. Ift Itoe. BUDGET ACCOUNTS
, / statement that "France has apartment and business Assembly line production of America, and he plane a series Limit 1 wltll l MUM Mini M... loll (Jewelry D et. Only, )
gain found her voice and her buildings. atomic bombs larger than those of official visits there this
tank In International life." But in some of these gleamIng the United States dropped on underscore this effort. yearto NORRIS CANDY. I....? alicee* ...... M |
buildings, bath tubs and Japan began late last year. wa/d ...- wstek.-.w -
Opposition Neutralized EASTER PLASTIC .. .. .... .....
\ I central heating units are rare,Mirage IV supersonic Jet planes I EGG M tfeek If H. 1 .
This voice! and this rank can and families are crowded Into are coming off the line. In the Be ,hidaerrt,' with : 11,1., Dtee
largely be attibuted.to. De dark, inadequate quarters. Pacific, scientists and engineersare ra..N.rrl.. FLOOR URN r =-a. .a fooMt "'1iM..N | i
.... .. 49c
Gaulle Umselt. Through a com Some estimates say the big 1 preparing a testing base for /
blnaUon ot wall-etudted but hydrogen bombs. 'it1eT1U .
city housing crisis will not be .. .
Tull 55-I ANA M' N.r.A M./.M
often surprising moves, De solved for 20 years, although Some Frenchmen would pre IM .,..... .1.._.... MIL.Miii MEN'S HELBROS
... .,
ie Gaulle has succeeded In neu- the government claims Francis e, fer to see nuclear lunda diverted NEW CHOCOUTE-MARSHHALLOW : -: :,':.-::::-' -,
H tralizlng most of his opposition building 1,000 homes a day. to road and school building /) In DIALCETnest : or WALTHAM
world De Gaulle's quest for nuclear
at home and making the
wallow a lot of Gallic med France At Work Independence, to give France for new licence end aid EASTER EGGS Reg. 9ge WATCH j

cine. France Is at work and the, "its place In the universe," has 1.9' I

,I He has angered and baffled country Is booming by mOlt: created a major point of difference :!:: ::= 23c rLi I
his closest allies with many unilateral every statistical )'ardstlckwhich with the United States. ". '
ecu conducted with an can be applied. De Gaulle however, argues in 60' GARDEN HOSE a
almost dlsdalnfil attitude that Unemployed workers receiving g effect that no country can aspire
he know what's best, and that government assistance dropped L to be a world power unless I* EASTER EGG DYES
history win be on his tide.Gautllsts from 42.000 in 1951 to 19,000 in i it has a nuclear arsenal. n Pull 60 ft. Vinyl /
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sort of 196}. Most employable (.r h with" ,
bathing a persons gee&.n
euphoria, argue that everyone who are not working at a given Agrees Scrap ALDERMAN' I.q f.-It ../rd..d N M, rpsr, ..."".... else. a 1
He also presented his "force W. H. ". II fkti... ( ,
eventually will understand. But moment are shifting from one drYiN P tre d.' h ,
4 j iome Gaullists themselves have Job to another. France has Imported de frappe" (striking force) as a PLUMBINa IMS env INC.DrHONI Madre, .pta l oreyei, etc filly es.rsacad. d ,.r .
trouble explaining what the many unskilled and necessity for France's own pro- MU S MSI"I l
!1 I haughty brigadier general up semi-skilled laborers to satisfy tection, while at the same time I 19 39 us 244 9T i I
and Value 14 !
the demand for such Jobs as
to.His allies grumble and fume,I domestic help and construction ., I

but in no major Instance have work. ... ... VEGETABLE w.wrrN
I they taken measures which But nearly full employmentand : PLASTIC L'
r have succeeded In putting De the business boom have I
Gaulle back Into the limits one brought with them Inflation, ...-.:- ,,-- ':TL ':Jo-" BOWL TUB MNMM.Yw -.
might imply from France's cutting the real value of theworker' .: '- .... a..w. 0
;. ( .f seeiler .7..M I
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population 48 million and paycheck and frequently .......,. ....... .,....... ,.II 20-V. ..,.......,. bull
sending him out .......... dill, en ....... P'... P hstsvpl..
Breaks on strike. The government vefiteele. / ..., w e $1.00 tic Hk 1001 lies MEN'S WATCHES f
Man i aunched.a serious effort to IF YOU ARE 62 OR OVER THIS AD ,.... wild :..IOIM, prep i ,
tablllze she economy hut September WHILI .Mss, rss Dr.. 17..M..l .......
Arm CrankingA I and has been pressing CAN HELP YOU MAKE THE MOST -w.Npra', Metahiq. saps
THEY 996911" kwd. **"'* .,
down hard since to keep the lid ftp "y.ll.w pfd,

on.Many ordinary Frenchmen I Compar.
FORT MYERS (AP-01dtlme began abandoning bicycles and It you are accustomed to better than'average liT. 79. 24.95 9"at
It9. sin..0
doctors got a nostalgic charge motor scooters more than five SKIN Possess
out of Lee Memorial Hospital years ago and moved behind ing accomodations, read one! Retirement living MENNEN Memieii Ski Bracer 4811"
patient Tom Willis' broken arm. the wheels of cheap but ever can be wonderful or lonely. Environment and BRACER (Limit 1) LADIES' 17.J.
He broke It cranking a Model T Improving cars. Now they have companionship of others your age will make a I
Ford. driven themselves into an al- whale of difference A beautiful life 3 WALTHAM,
a awaits (Limit 1))
Officials laid It was the first most continuous traffic snarl in you EXCEDRIN BRe9.. 46C GRUEN ''I
ouch case in 25 years. Part and other big cities and in St. Petersburg's newest retirement residential 69c ,
Willis, 21, an Edison Junior overburdened France's high- community at 6909 9th Street South. You an I[;]: ELGIN orHUBROS I

College business sophomore, way network most of which live in your own apartment in s high-rise build I CONTAC Famous Centae 12-heer cold capsule I
"gave it a twist" In time-hon consists of narrow, two 94C
bumpy ing or in a patio-garden on the pits of 10 .'9. $1.4*. Limit 1) II
ored fashion to start the 1924 au- and three-lane roads. "Auto- lT Isr.l.d, ..
tomoblle'i engine Friday for a routes" France's version of ground. There are 243 units in all with accommodations bnek.bl. sad..

political campaign tour by Ted superhighways, run only 217 for over 300 on 20 acres of lovely Blanket Ml ib* pWh CJ..fa..] *..* << n..u,1;; 11
Randell, who Is running for miles out of some 18,000 milesof grounds. You will have twice-a-week maid service Bags..f.-I... '... (Lh.M. I dials. 29 vs.s p. f06.//. ,
state representative. main roads.
The spark caught, the crank and enjoy your meals with your friends in

handle kicked back and Willis Is GNP GrowlFrance' the main dining room. You will receive professional JJ ,Ask for your frt copy of Capt. Flshftndtr'i Weekly Fishing A Dellar 1. I
national s
temporarily with gross product nursing care In the infirmary if ever
Ms right arm in a cast painted has grown more than 11 get sick. No we are not a nursing home you but a Tips In the Tackle Dtpt. of aH your Eckerd Drug Sto..... 9
"Ted Randell" In orange letters. per cent a year since 1958 government TRANSISTOR
statistics show. For 4 million dollar church sponsored all new com [

the period 1959 to 1963, the GNP munity with deluxe accommodations that include AM-FM RADIO I

Officers FindDynamite grew one of more the greatest than 25 growths per cent-in a modern Infirmary'That's a security feature, SPINNING OUTFIT :.:': ...-1fh...."" M
Europe and greater than that of you choose your own doctor needed.. Here are tM* e.rel. MII.IM4I UN Mfcr Mlnllne Mil r1M tlfrtlm.mlw ." ....."..-. Mr' 2597
Cache the United States.Agriculture the l\1Xut1liTlag features that you tan enjoy FISHING iMrranly m4 e..li M1L MiMhie rN wi M U-nw M'M'K
la of De ,..,w ..,...".
one daily: library chapel heated swim pool, putting
f At Jacksonville Gaulle's big headaches. Farmers horseshoes shuffleboard, BEATLE JEWELRYSPINCAST
In Brittany have let piles of green croquet hobby TACKLE 3700 273.
artichokes go unmarketed be- room, recreation rooms beautysalon, and a main UST :: = M == plusLwt.
JACKSONVILLE (AP-Tlpp cause of low prices, blocked v auditorium for entertainment features. A life P.d y ta.I .
by an anonymous caller, police roads with their tractors, membership which includes your private DEPT. '"
iherlff'e officers and the FBI marched on city halls and apart I OUTFIT While They
hurried Friday to a wooded area clashed with riot police. The meat, couples or single $3300 to $UOOO. SPECIALS Uill 97'

and found SO sticks of dynamite government Is attempting to rearrange Monthly maintenance rates are reasonable Come a'>.y .- s.hLrt rMl IIINId .IM NM M.L. _....
end two homemade bombs. France's archaic marketing and see us today you will be impressed! a e.I_.. M w""" .ft' no_ MMM..
D. K. Brown. FBI agent in system and open the way 61.1/ Watch
charge of the Jacksonville office for more foreign outlets, but Repair
laid the dynamite apparently the task will be long. NOW OPEN...move In Immediately UST 125.9
was part of a shipment France's schools are m inadequate SpecialA"
stolen last December from the for the soaring popula-

Merrill Dynamite Co. He said tion. University crowding has SUNCOASTMANOR LEADER '."'OUI B r k I r e.loii d....t,....to.atMATERIAL .
part of the stolen explosive wes brought angry students streaming 295
used to bomb a Negro child'shome into the street to campaign leader .teri.1-6 Ib. thru 4 8 C =:'ei-' :
in February.Five 'for better living quarters, classroom I 60 ">. '. Re,. 75e.
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