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Title: Lakeland Ledger
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Publisher: The Ledger Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Lakeland, Fla.
Publication Date: April 4, 1964
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LEDGER VOL. 40, NO. 194 LAKELAND, FLORIDA, SATURDAY MORNING, APRIL 4, 1964 PRICE FIVE CENTS

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Criticism From Candidates p Anderson


By TOE ASSOCIATED PRESS the auto and truck IIc.nRe&g At a Miami news conference,

Increase. He said he would he said he would r i
providemore
The Florida Development also work for a four.year de tty
time for teachers to Chief U.S.Delegate
Commission director, Wendell gree-granting college for Dade .

Jarrard, figured in Friday's and Broward counties. spend in actually teaching,
On the roads Kelly said he and less on clerical duties.
campaigning for governor of
would Insist on road construction He said that as governor he
Florida as John Mathews Jr. based on traffic counts
of Jacksonville continued his Instead of a vote count for the would accept federal grants ri
to aid the state's educational
candidate
gloves-off attacks on other winning governor
Robert King High of Miami programs, thus retrieving s WASHINGTON (AP) The
contenders. some of the taxes paid to the
again called for improvementin United States and Panama
Cov Farris Bryant also state educational facilities. (Turn to Page 2, Column 4) agreed Friday to end at once

came in for criticism from y r ey ,
their 11 week breach of diplo-
some contenders seeking ,
matic relations and to discuss
votes.
promptly differences which
Mathews told Miami voters
were climaxed In bloody January
that the development commission The Sports ScenePictures rioting.

"was millionsof
spending .
A ISO word agreement to restore
dollars to promote Florida relations severed Jan 17
of a pair of Detroit Tigers In
and the commission head, of and to seek a settlement of
action plus stories about a variety
Wendell Jarrard, is also the highlight Saturday's Ledger. .Major long standing disputes wassigned
sports
at the White House
paid director. Though Jarrard league baseball, golf, pre-game stories Friday afternoon amid considerable on

has the promotion of industryand about pro basketball and ice hockey play- fanfare.

tourism In his hands, he offs along with several features will be 'br a"ifI Talks I with Panamanian officials

has had time to open three found on pages 9, 10 and 11. Indicate that what Panamawants I

banks and a travel agency on The Detroit Tigers found the New Is:

side Mathews asserted. York Mets not to their liking, although r 1. Elimination of the perpetu.
the ,
they inflicted a telling blow on the Met ity clause of the 1903 treaty. .

Weeks Went By" hurling staff. Carlton Willey was struckin 2. Reaffirmation of Panama's

"Yet we are told of cases the jaw by a line drive from Gates Yat HU.S sovereignty over the Canal Zone.

where weeks went by while Brown. He will be sidelined for a coupleof 3. Increased benefits to Panama
potential Industry waited for weeks. ..-.... from the canal, upping Pan.

answers to their questions Ledger sequence photos show Jake I ama's current annual royaltiesof

about Florida," Mathews said. Brown fielding at third base and Jerry And Panama Sign Agreement SI.9 million to perhaps $3

Mathews made the remarks Lumpe taking his cuts at the plate. million.

In attacking Fred 0. (Bud) Also, the stories of major league spring Mioutl Mortno, ........'. ombouador !. tho Orfonliotion .fAmorlcon two countries. tlliwerth lunkor, loft, U.S. ombonodor to the OAS, 4. Equal Job opportunities in

Dickinson of Wtst Palm games are found on Page 9 along with a Stotoi, ugni o'od.rotlon of .,......nt to rooitoblnh. sand\ for hit country Ambassador. Juon Boutiito do lovolle of the canal operations for U.S.

Beach, who he said had endorsed story of the Greensboro Open with venerable .diplomatic ril.honi ".twoon the United Steh..ad ..n....* .*" "to Peru ll ot ante AP( Wlrophoto) and Panamanian citizens as
adminis well as the same rate of
the Bryant Sam Snead in front, and the St took tho prompt. elimination of eke MUM *f conflict" katwoon the pay
tration. Pete Women's ., S. To make. Spanish. as well asEnglish
Fred Karl of Daytona Beach Open. the official language of
slapped at Bryant, also, accusing Lakeland Tiger fans have a story on I the Canal Zone.President ,
4 him of "apparent arrogance their favorites for the coming summer, Nikita Rips Dirksen Seeks Civil LBJ Salutes Johnson then talked
Arthur writes of the Washington-
and open indifferenceto Daley by phone with Panama's President -

the right of the people to Philadelphia deal, while a feature on Sonny China Seeks'Showdown1 NATO 15thAnniversary Roberto Chiari

know about their state gov Liston is also on the back pages along with Bill A short time later, Johnson ,

ernment. several photos of lucky anglers, and one Rights RevisionWASHINGTON designated Robert B. Anderson, r

"The chief executive Is a of a not-so-lucky fisherman who snaggedan former secretary of the Treasury .

official and what he alligator, as the special U.S. emissary
public The BUDAPEST, Hungary (AP-) (AP) Senate -|clft] discrimination In employ to seek an end to differ.ender .
business.
does is public And the bowlers can check the bowlIng mentProponents. '. WASHINGTON (AP) -Pr sl.
know is not as Bryant whether their Soviet Premier Khrushchev predicted Republican Leader Everett which go all the way backto
right to section to see or not 6f bill dent Johnson, saluting the Atlantic
the
that the worlds M Dirksen indicated continued : the 1903 which
says, a privilege. It is a league got Into the office in time for to.day' Friday Friday he their point-by-point Alliance; called on M 1 I treaty gave
right." Communist parties .will close: will,.aim his first ffortf to revise argument : " o the United States perpetual con-- f
public sports sectioa < ., '\ 'i. -mnks' agfeuut the Chinese and In tne ,Sena.t* as liters member -rountrissPrM! | ,' roJ ot toe Panama..Cnal: Zone
Stumps la Miami be stronger and tougher as a 't1 "tr lnjJr.tP1In\ sought to,cope with absentee avoid "egotistical ado *( res'Isive 1
r fair ism. nationalism" and seek Dignitaries Present
employment practices section
devoted his attention result of the Battle.Khrushchev .
Scott Kelly .
*" The Senate recessed at 8:20: "closer partnership I Speaking to a White House
the vote heavy late In
to spoke a
Johnson, before
standing a
pm until 11 am. Saturday M
The Illinois gathering of congressional leaders
greater Miami area The day that saw publication in senator told re- Trouble In Getting QuorumAn bank of flags in the East Roomof I
state senator from Lakeland Commies 3 Moscow/of a violent denunciation -porters he has found more Re- unofficial the White House, addressed Latin-American ambassadors
Expel tally showed 37
several service of Chinese and call to the Organization of
appeared at the a publican and Democratic support of the 100 senators out of town the nation by television and ra .
American States and other
dignitaries
I and also went to the for Communist showdown .
a world
clubs for amending this section with a consequent slowdown in dlo on the eve of the 15th birthday Johnson had this to
Florida Bankers Convention. conference. than for efforts of the North Atlantic Treaty
changing any other to round up a quorumof
after Ander-
Kelly emphasized again his He .assailed the Chinese as part 51 members !Organization. say announcing
of StalinistsMOSCOW son's appointment: "This is
Intention of seeking repeal Old-Line "splitter," but said, the. struggle He said he will withhold pro- Democratic Majority Leader! Declaring that the Communist truly a great day for the American
against tnem Wilt leave the posed changes In the highly controversial Mike Mansfield of Montana took 'danger which inspired the creation .
for Panama for
,
rest of the International Com- public accomoda- note of the situation when there of the NATO has receded,, people
(AP) The Soviet elders. The aging Bulganin was munist movement "strongerand tlons section until he sees what was a 41.minute quorum call de- Johnson said the "Atlantic agen all the Western Hemisphere and

Last ChanceTodayToSign Communist party has expelled a guest at last New Year's Eve more hardened than be headway can be made with the lay before Sen. Paul Douglas da" remains challenging for all freedom" loving people

three old hard-line Stalinists fore." fair employment provisions. Dill, could start off everywhere
reception In the Kremlin, and Friday's First Task
Anderson is Texas Demo-
Georgi M Malenkov, V. M Mol Dirksen a
said
last Tuesday he round of speeches.
Khrushchev's speech to a liberation "
talked Our fist taik he
at great length with common crat turned Republican who was
otov and Lazar KaganovlchThe will offer
seemed the about a dozen amendments Mansfield said all senators
eve rally said, "Is' to move onward to of the under
Referring to the secretary Treasury
long-awaited final disgrace antiparty strongest indication yet that to improve, not both for and against the bill,
that closer
which Is
As A Voter of the three for years]';group, Suslov laid "This group Moscow has washed its hands culate or water down," "emas-j have a duty to be on hand for so plainly partnership in our common Interest (Turn to Page 2, Column 3)

rated among the most powerfulmen resisted the abolition of the per- of the Chinese and will concentrate tion aimed_at the debate. I ."

BARTOW Today Is the in the line world in-theoretician came In a sonality cult and Its consequences on leading a united oppo Many of Johnson's key state Students Offer
throwaway
trate on leading a united oppostion Tornado ments seem aimed at the Independent .
for Polk Countians chiefly because Texas 7
last day Mikhail Suslov's 000-word de- manyof Rips ; .
them.
to position of French President To
in the May
to register to vote nunciation of the Chinese Com- its members were also responsible would Tutoring
This presumably mean Charles de Gaulle, whose
primaries. :munists. for the wholesale persecution the division of the once "mono Die 100 Homes LeveledOne coolness toward NATO has been Youths
Work, county Negro
Mrs Blanche Molotov, in particular, has of guiltless people at a lithic" Red bloc Into two violently marked.
supervisor of registration, leaned to the Chinese side in the time when they stood at the
said the registration office in (current battle between Soviet country's helm together with opposed factions -.a historic WICHITA FALLS, Tex event whose impact on the Tornado its white quoted a former French of racial
Bartow and the branch officesIn Premier Khrushchev and Peking Stalin." and gray Casper. premier out demonstrationsof
will remain open world would be Incalculable. funnel outlined against patchesof I Robert Schuman, In say the past week Is a plan for
He made
Lakeland .
Molotov and Malenkov both specific reference to The wet snow caused traffic
combined his attack big
Khrushchev
o'clock this afternoon blue sky, ripped through the ing that the salvation and welfare white college students and
until 5 have been Soviet premiers. an accusation made much earlier tieups around Denver during
accommodate the on the Chinese with one en northwestern suburbs of Wichita of nations "can no longerbe teachers to live with and tutor
In order to All three were accused over against Molotov, that opposite the Inbound rush of
early
the United States.
Falls and Sheppard Air Force based upon an egotistical St. Augustine's Negro youth this
last minute rush of potential and over at the party congressof one name of a long list of He charged that develop- Base morning traffic. Schools didn't and nationalism but
Friday, killing aggressive
seven summer
heinous crimes against the,wives scheduled for prison persons In the
voters. i ments in Cyprus, South Viet open northeastern sectionof
must rest the
injuring 69 others and upon progressive Demonstrations that resultedIn
Clwed ,
Be
Books T Soviet people during the Stalin terms, the then foreign minister Colorado. Snow stacked
Nam Latin America and Africa up
causing of human
registration heavy property damage application solidar- the arrest of nearly 300 white
After that the era and of seeking to restore his had written: "Supreme pens!- to 20 Inches In Fraser, 8 in'
will remain closed until ty." (Turn to Page 2, Column 1) ity" and Negro integrationlsts ap-
books reign of terror. Creeley, 8 in Loveland, 3 in
.1-The Johnson said
that "what
the second primary, twister ripped a half- Rob- peared to have been, at least
after Denver and 14 in
26. Nlklta Won Struggle mile-wide path through the Rocky Mountain ert Schuman saKT'Tor France in for the present, called off.

set for today May the mobile registration They were ousted from all suburbs, then moved across National Park. 1949 I repeat for my country to- Most of the visiting Northerners

Also unit will be at 1, M. government posts In June 1957 heavily populated Sheppard Air While snow spread through day" of whom Mrs Malcolm

I Shopping Center until when Khrushchev beat them In Force Base, damaging the,the Rocky Mountain and Great In another Indirect reference Peabody as mother of the Massachusetts -

Fields o'clock. Mrs. Work empha. ;a struggle for control of the .-- nurses' quarters, several barracks Plains sections, temperature! to De Gaulle, the Presidentsaid governor became the

S sized ,that persons from any ,party and government apparatus. and the civil engineering 'dived from the 60s and 70s to "We find no contradictionTurn central figure, returned to their

section of the county may base. the 30s and 40sWASHINGTON. ( to Page 2, Column 8) homes and college campuses
Suslov, In his Just-published ,
the three officesor Several of the Injured were
at
register speech to a Feb. 14 meeting of reported in critical condition. i,
unit. ,
mobile
at the who has not reregistered the Central Committee, chargedthat '.. One car was tossed over a Somebody's Reading Mail In
Anyone evidence had come to light
since Jan. 1 will\ house and others were plucked
be eligible to vote in the showing the three had tried to from the ground and set on tree I
not
primaries. The re- purge the wives of Communist a er+ limbs. Power and telephonelines
upcoming was brought about party officials persecuted by were knocked out and
registration Baker Probe Senator
commission action Stalin. police rushed to the scene to SaysAmendment
by a county realigned the vot "Is it to restore such Inhuman prevent looting. ,
which
practices Suslov asked, "that ; resident said the damage,
ing precincts.The action expanded the Chinese leaders are so con .., /. 'I, ' ) was so great he could not recognize ., (AP) Sen. dies of the government have against possible
commission to 92 voter cerned about? '" ( A : : ', '" A t his neighborhood. John J. Williams, R-Del., who been sending copies of their answers incrimination, and refused

the county "Is that why they show such I"J t :.',, : Children in the Wichita Falls set off the Bobby Baker Investigation to my correspondence to]to answer committee questions

precincts. sympathy for people who have J:1"Z: .._ Sheppard School huddled in protested Friday j that! the Senate Rules Committee. about how he accumulated a S2 I
been expelled from our party?" M- halls as the twister roared in somebody Is receiving copies of More Than Casual"I million fortune on a $19,600-a-

That was the single sentence ....: ... n : their direction. But Just before his correspondence with government do not know upon whose[year salary
that announced the explusionSuslov .' '" .1Jf'i' : .,' -' .' __. .-...., reaching the school the funnel agencies orders my correspondence with: Normally Improper

mentioned only these , .' : "\_"-_ '. ':if..'I ,. ".,iiIIIIIIoiJ ,;' :. :; cloud lifted. Williams said In a statement, the agencies 'Is being monitored; Williams, who Is not a member -
three although a number of others 'i\ :: :.- : 1J, ; t "r..Iai... 'r.;;;' In other parts of the country, which he read in the Senate however, it must be that someone of the Rules Committee,
.
were Involved In the antiparty :,_" :p. ." ,, , a spring storm dumped up to 26 that "someone In high position") has more than a casual Interest said: "Normally it would be
group suppressed by ' inches of snow earlier in the must be responsible for what he into whatever line of inquiry considered Improper to releasea

Khrushchev. <'1r}= i{ : ) : ,called this "highly improper] I may be pursuing" letter to any department of
Page Some Still 'In' : : day.Wyoming took the hardest ,and most unusual procedure" Williams added that this week the government prior to their

Amusements ........- 6 The group Included former ', ,, blow He declined to be more spedf he received a letter which had receiving it, but it Is equally

Business News ...... 12 Premier Nikolai Bulganin, for. L I"' ( ; Wheatland. Wyo., reported 26 ic, :been "cleared with the Senate improper to allow a third partyto
Klementl Voro- It was recalled that several Rules Committee" before it was
Comics ......,... ........6.7 mer President i Inches of snow and several monitor and reply. Therefore
M and :
; :: while he
shoe Mikhail Pervyukin : j power failures, one of them years ago, was conducting sent to him. I am assuming that this Is a
Classified .. .. 13-14-15 Maxim Saburov. The latter two lasting four hours Ten to 20 a one-man campaign "I never heard of such a
.. New Frontier procedure, and I
.
..
.. .
......
Deaths ............?.."-. 2 were not as roughly denounceda inches were reported In Lara against tax collection Graft, Williams -'thing" said L. P. McLendon [shall adjust accordingly"

Editorials ............ 4 the others. mie.Drifting charged the Internal special counsel to the commit McLendon told a reporter ha
There is some evidence that blowing snow closed Revenue Service used lie detectors tee. "I know nothing about suchan
... . 7 FunnelA knew of no monitoring of.Willlams's -
Television ..... ..
not Deadly
,
the expulsion sentence may U.S. 85 and 98 north of Cheyenne In an effort to find out Incident. mail.

Sports .............. 9-10-11 have been applied to at least U.S. 20-28 west of Casper] which of Its employes was leakIng McLendon directed the Rule.Committee'l "We' received
two
or three
Weather Map .......... 5 some of thew. Voroshilov shows ......... funnel the took .t looit seven lives end wrecked. and Wyoming 220 and 480 southof information to him. investigation into ,carbon copies of letters which
up regularly at party and government hundreds. heroes ecru Wichita Fells' north side. is shown from Casper. i In Friday's statement Williams the outside business activities of
Women .................... 6-7 agencies had written to Sen.
receptions, and takes step the new $1 million ,I.nt of the THMS pyblishinf Compeny Bus service west of Cheyenne said: "For the past several former Democratic Senate aide

his place along with the party with she city' skyline silr.eu.tted" below. UP Wirephoto) came to a halt I [ months the various agent Baker. Baker Invoked the Fifth (Turn to Page 2, Column 2)


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; LAKELAND LEDGER. Saturday. AprU 4. 1.4 Jittery Alaskans Escape I! Jet Fighter '



"i*! !" l i 1 Tp -rn B.r I Damage In New Tremor i Crashes In


ANCHORAGE Alaska (AP- The massive quake last Friday Ii North PolkA

I Anchorage heavily damaged by was at 8.7 on the scale.
an earthquake a week ago was Dr. Norman Rasmussen, of 29-year-old MacDill Air
shaken sharply Friday by an- the university, said the shock Force Base pilot apparently
Temperatures In Florida And Around The Nation lother[ trembler that sent Jittery was recorded at 2:38: p.m. Pa escaped serious injury yester.
residents streaming Into the jclflc Standard Time and showed day afternoon when he ejected
STATION II L.,Birmingham ..... ...... 71 61 ,Little Rock ,......... .... 78 66 streets on the seismograph for aboutan from his crippled F-84 let fighter -
Daytona Beach .... ..... 80 59 Charleston .............. 74 60 Los Angeles ............ 63 47 Anchorage police said they hour, but probably was felt which crashed In Polk
Fort Myers ...... .. .... 83 61,'Chattanooga ........... 73 60:Louisville ...............72 43 had no reports of Injuries and by Anchorage residents only a County about two miles South,
Gainesville .......... ... SI 54'Chicago ................. 38 30:Milwaukee .............. 31 27 said a quick survey showed few seconds. .l of the Dade County line.
Jacksonville ....... .. ... 79 61 Cincinnati ............... 59 37 MplsSt Paul ........... 43 25 areas which had suffered heavily -, Was 6.5 'I A tight ring of security Was
LAKELAND ...... .. .... ill SI Cleveland ....... ........ 34 27 Montreal ............... 32 27 : a week ago apparently escaped Top Immediately placed around the
Miami .. .. . .. .. .. ..... 80 70,Denver .. .. ..... ........ 32 27,New Orleans ............ 80( 63 further damage. The largest previous aftershocks -, area in which the plane went
Orlando .. . . .... .. .. .. 83 60 Des Moines ...... ....... 45 33,,New York ........... ... 71 41 Valdez, devastated a week he said ranged from 6 down. A team of experts fron
St. Petersburg .. .. ..... 81 62 I Detroit .... ............. 32 28'Pittsburgh ..... ... ... ... 59 30 ago reported the quake to 65 on the Richter scale. MacDill was to arrive this

Sarasota . . ... ........ 82 19 I Houston ..... ..... ... ... 81 68,St. Louis ....... ...<..... 60 41 |felt there but it was a light was The quake triggered a mass morning to conduct an investigation -
Tampa ... . .. ........ 81 61 Indianapolis ........... 54 381 San Juan ...... ,........ 84 73 I tremor with no Injuries very or further exodus of office workers from into the cause of Iha
W. Palm Beach ... .. .. 81 66 ;Kansas City ......... .. 66 ,Savannah ............... 80 53 damage reported.Dldn't downtown buildings about 12:41: crash.
Baltimore . . . . .. .. .. 71 40 I Knoxville .. . .. ..... . . 70 56 Washington ..... ........ 74 40, p.m. Anchorage time. People MacDill officials identified the
Feel Quake stood In the center of streets pilot as Capt. Gordon R. Kar.
The State Division of Civil and wtached buildings around trude Jr. of Tampa. Kartrude

Defense said the cities of Seward them with anxious eyes. was picked up within 30 min-

)k'b'ro' ;- - ;.: ,,. and Kodiak. which were I In the editorial offices of the utes after bailing out and flown
,4 also hit hard a week ego by the [Anchorage Daily Times equipment back to MacDill in a Coast
so
:: Good Friday earthquake and which had been knockedto Guard helicopter.
s subsequent tidal wave and fire the floor In the wake of the Officials said Kartrude who

had not reported the quake although -strong Shockwaves remained was admitted to a base hospi.tal .
they were connected with standing Friday although the for a 24-hour observation
an emergency "hot line." At concrete building swayed. FROM A MILLION YEARS AGO Dr Louis S. B. L..h,, period, was waving to the helicopter .

Everett Wash., Civil Defense Times employes who In some [ British onthropolojiit, ot Wothlngton' newt conference ,..ter40, when it arrived on the
officials put out a precautionary Instances lost belongings and displays fossil rsmsisis' diKOvered Cast Africa of what l ho termed scene

wave warning. homes on Good Friday said on entirely now ipeciee of primitive human. Leakey holds the lower Chief Criminal Deputy J. E.
The University of Washington I the quake was far less severe Jew and part ., the shell ., a young woman 20 or 21 yams old I ho DeReus of the Polk County
said the shock measured at 7.5 than last week's tremblor It hoi nicknomed '.Ci".U.." He ettimoted that the lived about !Sheriff's Department placed the

on Its Richter scale of earth- lasted an estimated 30 seconds. 1,710,000 yuan ego ,In whet li now Tongenyiko (AP Wirephoto) 'scene of the crash on the Mar
quake Intensity, making It the -- shall Hampton Ranch Just off
largest of more than 50 aftershocks the Green Swamp Road! which
since the Good Friday: 'PeacefulComa1 Church Bars Burial Of iI off U.S. 98.

tremblor. DeReus said Hampton and a

FORECA'&T Jarrard-- -- - - Seen Negro In Cemetery Plot work m 400 crew feet were of where working the plan with

went down and that they r,.

5 For M'Arthur JS'tlu \Jork limn Church officials confirmed ported seeing the pilot -parachute
V.P D* Sesh.flkq 4 And .
BryantCriticized WASHINGTON The re- yesterday that Miss Viola S. out.DeReus

_$_Iv HlhP.sspI.e.415Y.s: tap.eh.4 e'P..s fusal of one of this city's old Wilson, a year-old Negro also quoted some or
WASHINGTON (AP) Gen woman who died three weeks the witnesses as saying the
and churchesto
!! t'.$.. $et Iesu of the Army Douglas MacArthurj est wealthiest :
bury a Negro in its parish ago yesterday, had been denied plane appeared to catch fire and
"shows signs of entering al has touched off interment in Rock Creek explode in midair.
I federal government by Its [peaceful coma," Walter Reed I cemetery bitter controversy In the EpisI a. Cemetery.
citizens. Hospital announced
Friday. I copal Diocese of Washington. Officials said this was the
LBJ
WEATHER FORECAST Shaven .. Most of the Democratic The statement, without any Salutes
trill .4 Saturday Iron she Southern Plotoeui outward The church, known as St. case despite assurances from
through tht Mniiiilppl and T.""..... sad Ohio ...11.,., the U.S. Weather luroau ..,.. Someihewer candidates, are. expected. to amplification.hospital was attributed bya Pauls-Rock Creek, owns the the Rev E. Pinkney WrothJr.
spokesman to Lt.
may turn to mow seer the leathern eel control Rockloi' Temperoturoi will bf down from :- ,'" Gen 86.acre Rock Creek Cemetery .. St. Paul's Rector, that NATO 15thAnniversary
Leonard D.
the northtoif cornor of Hit nation to Hie Croat &.."'.. region and Mliiiiiippl Vollty Milder tamper j Et i1t 1>> f/0ii4. surgeon general of Heaton the the a rolling park-like setting in "any Episcopalian" could be

oturoi .,. oipected woit ., tho Rockioo. little change i li ,.,...... In the ..uth..... (tAP Wlrephoto and the chief surgeon in Army MacArthur' the heart of the city that is buried there, and despite the

Mop) gather today In Tampa for a case. I shaded by ancient trees cemetery management's advertising

political rally. It was not immediately determined Rock Creek Cemetery was theme which emphasizes
Weathorcast \ Burns target of repeated whether this latest word opened In 1719 seven years that the cemetery'i between national self.respectand

criticism by other contenders meant that the five.star general, after St. Paul's Church, and churchyard site is "protectedby interdepended" mutual re
Partly cloudy skies and warm for the Democratic nomination had reached a new crisis in his many of Washington's former Christian solicitude. llance
temperatures are In store for for governor, fired back long series of ordeals but it notables are buried there. The Wroth was described by an Johnson said the United- star- *.
Lakeland today and tonight. Friday in an appearance at was the first time that the word few Negroes buried In the associate as "deeply "disappointed" is "eager to share with the new
Southeasterly winds will blow! Fort Pierce. "coma" had been used in any' cemetery were slaves of at the action of Europe at every level of power

at 10 to 20 miles an hour today "In desperation and disappointment bulletin concerning his condition I church members.SI. his vestry which voted at a

dropping to 5 to 10 miles on ZONE IORECASTS'A I candidates of previous since he entered the hospital! Paul's Church owns meeting on Easter Monday to
hour tonight. Moderate humldi : Mostly cloudy with scat-I self respect destroy a March 2.Milk. Rock Creek Cemetery and a reiterate the the segregated policyof iiiii
This action
cemetery
ty was expected. tered showers and a few thundershowers public image of their own majority of ihe stock In the
in the 70s I character" Burns said. "It was a result of an pppeal by
The minimum temperature High Capital Cemetery Corpora-
Is sad that Interested laymen to reverse In the search for new and strong .
yesterday was 61 degrees and I B: Partly cloudy and mild. their remarks these men turn. Board lion which operates Fort Lincoln the segregated policy. er patterns of cooperation"
the maximum was 81 degrees. r High hIgh 70s Southeast to, m\ on other to vicious attacks Cemetery "Washing.ton's The dispute within the' The President also spoke ,rr.
south winds 20 miles Per hour.I aspirants to largest and finest" briefly of the
the state's highest position of Vote Allows Episcopal Church here tookon current status cf 1
C, D: Partly cloudy and mild. prestige and leadership. and Mount Comfort Cemetery added impetus because the the cold war, saying, "We must v

Nikita Rips I High 78 to 82. Southeast to "The governor's office can In Alexandria Va. applicant for burial plot for be alive to the new spirit of diversity .
south wlndi 15 to 20( miles an be respected only as the Gov. Price Slash In 1902 the Church approveda Miss Wilson was another Episcopal now abroad in Eastern

China Seeks'Showdown' hour ernor conducts himself and policy of non-discrimination Church, St. Stephen and Europe"-behind the Iron Curtain -

E. F. G, H. I: Partly cloudy: shows respect for each and JACKSONVILLE (AP) The for Parishioners of St. Paul's the Incarnation, one of the .
and mild. High 80 to 84. Southeasterly every citizen," Burns added. State Milk Commission openedthe only in the sale of lots at downtown area's most success "Our guard is up" he said
winds 15 to 20 milesan He said that the Jacksonville way yesterday for cheaper Rock Creek cemetery. The fully integrated institutions "but our hand is out."
hoar police had participatedin milk by allowing distributors to other two cemeteries are Both St. Stephen and St. Johnson, who read his speech

k ho wed thai "Imperialism 3..K: Partly cloudy and mild. s'.0 uPanama the yearlong investigationthat sell to the public at whatever completely segregated. The Paul are In sections of the 'from prompting devices mounted
American imperialism in the High 79 to 84. Southeasterlywinds - led to the arrest of four price they wish church is considered one of city that have been Increas. atop two television cameras

first place Is the main enemy 11 to 21) miles an hour.Senator police officials last week on The commission voted without the largest holders of ceme. ingly occupied by Negroes in faced an International audience
of the freedom of the peoples" And bribery charges but that this a dissenting voice, to abandon tery real estate In the country recent years. St. Stephen has gathered about him on a semi.
The Soviet pledged I was not known to most per | the fair trade practices order and Is the wealthiest In the five Negro vestrymen St 'circle of gilt chairs

premier Diocese of Washington. Paul's. however_ __ .haa.__ .. I Acheson On Hand
the support of the Moscow.led SaysSomebody U.S. AgreePresident sons. which has in effect set --- -------- -- m.nnrm. ,
The arrests he said, "un minimum retail prices since - - Present was former Secretary

Is Dwight D. Elsenhow- doubtedly could have been delayed 1961 by prohibiting distributorsto Polk of State Dean Acheson, who
/er. until after the electionbut sell milk below cost. Degree WinnersAt signed the NATO treaty on behalf

iiii'i Reading Mail I I The outburst of violence In I didn't want them delayed The restriction will come off of the United States 11

!, I and along the borders of the 10-I My first responsibility June LAt Florida U. years ago Saturday The signing
William and to others who liad I I mile.wide Canal Zone came on' Ia as mayor and police com- the same time the commission Listed took place In Washington.
the achievement of consolidation made Inquiry, about matters I I Jan. 9 as an outgrowth ot a missioner of Jacksonville." will go back to fixed After his speech, Johnson Introduced
GAINESVILLE
of their political and eco-j 1 pertaining to the Baker invest!. Dickinson campaigning at minimum prices which distributors .I 100) A list of 3,.. Jean Hodgson; David Wallace Acheson as being
nomic Independence I gallon" McLendon said. Tampa also blazed back at must pay producers. University of Florida stu Johnson: James Douglas Milton greatly responsible for NATO
But ho said he thought this, _fIII'schoolboy some of his critics, but he did It set the minimums at 54 and dents Including a number from:I (master's); Martin F. Rosen. the Marshall Plan and "'manv
This pledge and the attack on I was standard procedure. not identify them by name 55 cents a gallon for class one II Polk County who have earned I man. Robert Paul Schwartz; Joseph of the good things" In U.S. for.

the United States was obviously I Me tendon said he recalled dispute over flying of There are men In this race milk testing 3.5 per cent butterfat degrees since last May and whc I Bennett Shirah; Helen E. sign policy.
intended to undercut will be
Chinese that one of the letters was from U.S. and Panamanian flags at who have attacked every cOnstructive recognized at the university's I.- Strickland (master's). Also present were three former .
charges that the Kremlin had annual
schools In the zone. idea we have come The commission junked an commencement I t Winter Haven John Dungan NATO military commander
sold field.out to Washington in this Before things quieted down out with But they are whist escalator clause established Just ceremonies released set for April 19, was I I Kaylor: William Olin Kenyon; *-retired Gens. Alfred M

-. two days later 27 persons had ling a tune In the darkness. I one month ago to let the price today. Anthony Charles Klatt Jr.; Rob- Gruenther Lauris Norstad and
As for the Chinese, Khrushchev been killed Including three U.S. am sure no matter how cleverly fluctuate according to supply In the following I list of Poll I: ert Gerald Rowe; Peter Trakas; Matthew RIdgway. Gen. Omar
who is ostensibly In the Agriculture: Department id soldiers and more than 200( inJured they phrase their criticism and demand from month to(County students the d e g r e c i S i W. Thomas Wilkinson Jr. Bradley, former chairman of
Budapest to celebrate the 19th vising Williams that a search of I Including more than 80 the voters of Florida month.It earned Is that of bachelor un the Joint Chiefs of Staff, also
anniversary of the ouster of the records showed no evidence that Americans. Heavy damage was won't buy such a hollow product created too many problems less otherwise shown. was present, as were ambassadors .

Nazis denounced "the grave Baker had obtained farm aid I l|inflicted on American property, from a candidate for governor said F. B. Leverette state milk Auburndale James Everetl Pat McHale and military representatives
danger Inherent in their subversive benefits. on some farm land, or mostly outside the zone ," admInIstrator. Allen. Jr., James Steven Ro-: Wins from the NATO countriesand
activity within the Socialist that Baker ever owned the land PICK1Bartow. key members of Congress.
camp and the International Com! Another letter he said was -Thomas Wolcott Lay Talent ContestWINTER The President said the United
munist movement""There from the office of the secretaryof r- Jr. States "for our part will never
can be no doubt," he the Treasury saying that i Frostproof turn back to separated Insecur
Linda HAVEN
fcaid "that the Marxist-Leninist Baker once introduced Jose Jean An over-
Boggs flow ity"The
parties will rally ever closer to- crowd of more than 2,000
Benitz Democratic
a politician,
said
President
gapsIn
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gether under the great bannerof Fort Meade James Wayne persons looked on Friday night .
to officials at the Tariff Commission the Iron Curtain are welcome
Marx. Engels and Lenin In This Incident (Speith (masters). as five persons from 19 acts
was related as are holes In the wall
the the Chinese tt Highland were named winners in the Win
struggle against at one of the committee'spublic -w City James Gee i And he reaffirmed American
ter Haven Kiwanis .
splitters of Marxist Leninist (Collins. Clubs annual
hearings. talent show. belief "that the peace of all Eu
parties. Sen. B. Everett Jordan D- Lake Alfred Troy Luther I rope requires the reunificationof
. %. "They will emerge from this I NC chairman: of the Rules (Brooks, Ph D. Pat McHale of Winter Haven the German people In free
Struggle even stronger and Committee which apparently : Lake Wales Nancy Allene was selected as the overall win' Idom"
more hardened than before and ended Its Baker hearings last Newton. nero First place In the group
will lead the working class the month amid Republican cries of competition went to a Lakeland
working people to new historic Lakeland Charles Powell]I trumpet trio
"whitewash was reported in. Adams Jr. composed of Mike Red China Post
Lawrence
victories of socialism and com Florida. E. Al- Haseman Mike Skillman and

munismt"! Williams said that unless he (britton, Ronald Curtis Barrett I Imaster's Gilbert Potter; solo winner was PARIS UB The French government .
Since, Red China Is not ai|i ): Charles I Eugene i Carolyn Welling of Lake
receives some satisfactory explanations \ Cox: William Wales has picked Lucien Paye
member of either organizationthis from those responsible % % .. --_-Russell----Gould-;: Group runner.up was a folk: as its first ambassador to Red
would exclude her from a I he will start next week to duet from Haincs City, com China Informed sources said
role in the decisions of the other "place in the Congressional University Bond posed of Rene DI! Christina and I Friday.

Communist countries a i Record allot that correspondence Plan Wayne Shuff. and runner.up in Paye 50, is a former French
legalistic method of reading In which I think they Wins Its the solo division was Randy minister of education and nowis
Peking out of the movement I would be interested" First Green of Auburndale serving ai ambassador to
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- I TALLAHASSEE (AP) Flor.ida' ..1 Deaths and Funerals I

Geo. L. Gaines FAA Plans multimillion-dollar university -
[ and Junior college A. V. JANOWSKI
construction -
I Intentional I bond Issue passed its first I A. Vetol Janowskl a nativel]

Jewelers ( I legal test Friday winning vali of Lakeland died April 2 at his]:
dation in the Leon County clr-I home In Crestview
'Plane Crash [cult
court
Janowski
who
112 S. Tenn. Ave. Assistant graduated from]
Atty. Gen. Ralph Lakeland High Schol
I was the
I WASHINGTON (AP-Two big lOdum said an immediate appeal -son of the late Prof and Mrs.
transport planes will be crashed to the State Supreme Court B. M Janowski Janowski J
re
BeginningSat. /un take-off April 22 and June 17 would be taken to clear any tired from the Air Force was

,at Phoenix. Ariz. They will record legal cloud over the proposal associated with a ball bond firm.
what happens as a guide before the Initial $75 million He was also an active Crest-
April 4th toward safety measures worth of bonds was sold. view civic leader.

I I A Douglas DC7 will be demolished Circuit Judge W May Walker Survivors are his widow
validated
In the first trial and a the bonds within two Jessie Janowskl.; three For Now Efficiency sad
I Will CloseSaturdays Lockheed Constellation in the minutes of the close of a one- Jimmie, Alexander sons
and
hour hearing this morning He Henry Now Economy In the
second Both are aircraft re Janowskl; and one
4 tired by the operators after long said "the court is convincedthat ter granddaugh Tax Collider's Office,
4I commercial use. The Federal, all legal requirements have I
I Aviation Agency, In announcing been met and the program Is rival Arrangements ot the are pending ar- Elect . .
family
fiscally and
the program Friday! said It legally" sound and .
should be ratified.
got them at low coat for the .
At 12:30 P.M.
: test The borrowing of S7S million THORNTON
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Sept. ,,Foundation under in FAA con shortly liter they completed e ", ...th.lo"l llmulered spice flla.hr Seated ti Airman 2. C. John kef was authorized in a periods.: t.. ..JJJ'r'
I t tract, at Deer Valley Airport! eli, Brooklyn, N.Y. Standing II to RI sri Airmen I. C. Gilbert ......*, Lot Anj.f.i, Gary johnten, amendment constitutlonal ."I
'" north of Slides La,, end lulls Pittt. D.t..., Ohio. (lAP Wirephotol approved r-j -. ] Pel A',. St
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I CommissionCalls I Sheltered Workshop To


Public HearingA Hold Opening Of NurseryThe

public hearing has been let higher than those adopted by
I for Monday afternoon at 2 the Federal Food and Drug Ad. Sheltered Workshop for care and minor landscaping
I o'clock to consider increasing ministration which into effect the Handicapped, located on The boys have been trained
go ,
the orange solids content of July 1. Sunshine Drive, Is holding a how to operate power lawnmowers
frozen orange concentrate from Tom McEvoy -of Libby Mc- grand opening of its nursery today and the proper methodof
41.8 Brix to 44. The hearing' Neill and Libby of Ocala argued from 8:30: o'clock to 3::00 edging Any Individual interested .
was called at a special meeting that the industry has not been E o'clock and 1 o'clock to 3 In providing cuttings
.1 of Florida Citrus Commissionthis given enough time to properly { o'clock tomorrow in order to increase the nursery
morning.It consider the new proposal and er i The Polk County Associationfor stock should call the Shel
was the consensus of Com that immediate production ofj Z r dfi,,, a"a '' ac, Retarded Children, which tered Workshop at Mutual 6-
missioners that the Monday the new concentrate would present -| sponsors and operates the 0456, and arrangements will be
afternoon hearing would give I problems for processors in Workshop for the young retard. made for pickup
industry groups sufficient time manufacturing new"USDA grade ed adults of Polk County, has The Polk County Association
to meet to consider the pro A labels for the 44 Brix and to invited the public to come by I for Retarded Children is a
posed change. make a changeover In shipping the nursery during the openingto member of the United Funds of
Increase RecommendedThis orders. McEvoy a member of see the work that young boy. Lakeland and Winter Haven.Master .

mornings meeting was the concentrate quality committee are doing. i
called in the wake of a recommendation had vetoed the proposal. The children have grown many
made by the Indus Acting on the recommendation different varieties which are Plan
try's concentrate quality com- of Homer E. Hooks, Com- available in quantity and will
mittee last Friday to increase: mission general manager the 19. be on sale during this grand Okayed For Dade
the Brix content as soon as Commission also approved ex- A Vtve opening.

possible. Previously, the committee penditures of around $10,000 Involving Sales Open Junior CollegeMIAMI
had approved starting electricity, maintenance, The Nursery sales office will
production of the denser product insurance and incidental exI I be open five days a week between (AP) The Florida
Dec LSpeaking I penses for the Florida Commis- the hours of 8:30: o'clockto Junior College board
.... ".. yesterday
-; lit ,,:;. ... Ml1..JY Ijf/lfri/J IllflllJi 4:30
to the Commission sion booth at the upcoming : o'clock approved a $12.3 million
today Marvin H. Walker president -World's Fair in New York City. The Nursery program was master
of Florida Citrus Canners Among these expenditures started in the fall of 1961 with[plan for campus development at ,
Cooperative of Lake Wales, will be the purchase of 20,000 NEW OFFICERS FOR LEAGUI OF WOMEN VOTERS-EndInf Mrs. L. C. Pool., lecretery, West Puce County League Mra.Runtll approximately 150 cuttings, and Miami.Dade junior college.
stressed that going into a better small plastic "oranges" at a Hitlr thrM-day convention ,In Orlando, Th. Lou of Woman ) I. Hort, treoiuror, Clterweter/ end Mrs. Welter R. ChurchIll at the present time, there are Dr. Peter Masiko Jr., president
concentrate right away would price of 10 cents apiece which Voter of Florid named their now officers ,..to.do,. From left lit vice ,... d.ne. St '...nbu.s. Th. leeguo'l current. approximately 20,000 plants In of the college, set 1970
enable depletion of stocks of will be tossed out to the audi- ...) Mr.. Robert Hurchini, 2nd vice president, control. ..."..i ii the structure, procedure end powon of the Legislature o""d'i stock. Plans have been madeto date as
the present formula by Dec. 1 ence by the troupe of the Florida -. Leofue Mn William L Hehteod. ,...Id..t, Metro Dodo L..guaHere's ; correct 'lne .uitet! ef ....tloll. (AP Wirepheto) expand the nursery programin target for completion.
that the Commission order The board also approved a
so that
could Fxhibition's Porpoise Show. -- - --- -- we may be able
embark on an advertising program Hooks said these oranges couldbe I to train approximately 15 20 survey for Highlands and Har-
pointing uP' concentrateis imprinted with a message Text Rusk Hails Brazilian CoupAs boys in the field of horticul- dee counties to determine feasibility
better tasting. He also said I such as "Courtesy of Florida ture. This will Include all phases of establishing a junior
I production of 44 Brix concentrate -Citrus Commission" Of Panama of nursery work, also lawn college In that area
would also be a telling Chairman Sam A. Banks noted a
argument In the Florida citrus "if the porpoises don't come U.S. Pact A Victory For Democracv

industry's contention its standards through we have been training Inner
for concentrate are several of the Commissioners"tainmg
WASHINGTON WASHINGTON (AP) Secretary .. he said, if "unhappily"there Cuban revolution would
(AP) Hereis sweep
r > the text of the U.S.-Panamanian of State Dean Rusk pictured . might be a military takeover out the Red Havana regime, has Ear-
the ouster of President t: somewhere, the United
agreement as announced by Joao Goulart for States called In a Senate speech for ,
Lakeland Chamber the Organization of American as a victory cannot "simply walk
States: ,constitutional democracy i in, away" from the situation more aid to antl-Castro forces r'Va'C r' C f 1 1
I Brazil And he proclaimed U.S. -No agreement has been f
In accordance with the frjend "Therefore we have to continue e
: readiness "to work close- to live with reached In private talks with
l Of Commerce Notes ly declarations of the presidents very it, work withit
[ of the USA and of the ly" with the new regime to help try to assist a particular the Russians on stopping the
.: i Republic of Panama on the pull the country out of economic country in coming back to con- spread of atomic weapons. But

21st and 24th of March 1964 respectively -chaos. stitutional process," he said. nonproliferation of nuclear arms
By JOHN M. BRYSON their private pilot's annexed hereto, Rusk said concern had As for helping out In Brazil's seems to be the policy of all
General Manager license for the written examination which are In agreement In a mounted among Brazilian con precarious economic situation, the atomic powers today and a
This copy is being sent into Please register withus sincere desire to resolve favor gressmen, state governors the Rusk mentioned no figures, but formal agreement may be
the Ledger Wednesday even here at the Chamber if ably all the differences betweenthe military, "moderate, democratic said the United States stands reached later, although progress
I elements" and "large toward this now Is slow. If you can hear but do not understand, the
earlier than the usual dead you'd like to be enrolled. two countries, segments ready as before to assist on,
line in order that I might There Is no charge incidentally Meeting under the chairman- of the people" that the the country' "great problemsof -The Russians, who have de- DISCRIMINATOR carmold by Sonotone could be
represent the chamber and except for the nominal ship of the president of the,left-leaning Goulart was moving economic and social develop nounced the U.S. plan for a the answer to your problem. Worn with any hearingaid
accompany cost of manuals charts, and council and recognizing the Inv toward "some sort of author! ment"He Western multination atomic the DISCRIMINATOR may increase the clarityof
City Manager] such portant cooperation offered by tarian regime." I noted that a year ago the fleet, cannot know that the proposal sounds and speech.
Bob Youkeyand Lakeland moved up another the Organization of American' The United States shared the I United States had offered a really does not Involve Clinical tests prove that a common tyrc of nerve
Fire Chief] notch In the financial world States through the Inter-Amer- concern that "extremist ele" $400-million aid package of spreading Independent national loss needs extra hearing help to separate "(ow" sounds
Charlie Deal to r with the formal opening Wed- lean Peace Committee and the,menu were having more and which Brazil only got some $160'nuclear capabilities until the ar from ""high" sounds The Sonotone DISCRIMINATORmay
a of 'more influence" in the Goulart million, because Goulart failed rangements for the Western solve this
pretty special nesday morning the Imperial delegation of the General Committee help problem
event in Bank. Designed by Frank of the organization of administration, Rusk said. But to follow through on promised force are made public. The A few minutes at our office will show you the distinct
Tallahassee.Mrs he denied a Cuban charge that[belt.tightening measures.Can' Western allies still are working
Nils ,
Lloyd Wright disciple consultation, the representatives advantages of the DISCRIMINATOR earmold
Iris Schweizer, the bank Is a handsome of both governments have'Washington engineered the revolution See Coup out details In closed diplomatic,

Wooten, mother new addition to already agreed: On other points, Rusk said: discussions I Introductory price *20
of four and bustln-at-the-seams Memorial I. To re-establish diplomatic Rusk's news conference re -He sees "no Immediate
wife of our Boulevard. relations. marks set forth Friday the U.S. prospect. . that internal forces SONOTONE
- of the t tI
view Brazilian
long. time city RBYjnvcommissioner * 2. To designate without delay spectacular in Cuba would be able to unseat .
after official .
overturn, U S
special ambassadors with sufficient the apparatus of police ..
silence had been broken 217 East Lemon St.
by a Tel. MU
now as Sunday afternoon's I 2.7816
serving mayor pro game powers to seek the control that Castro has fastenedon
tern, is one of 1 18 Florida wo with the Phillies and Thurs prompt elimination of the message of good wishes from that island 'Sen Thomas J. I BATTERIES AND SERVICE FOR All
President Johnson the MAKES
men from whom Florida sMother day's with Kansas City wind causes of conflict between the to new Dodd, D-Conn, predicting a
of the Year will be up the Detroit Tigers' 1964 two countries without limitations interim Brazilian president I -tlLI. Adv )
selected and honored at a tea "home" spring training game or preconditions of any Paschonl! Ranieri Maz/illi.
and banquet In the capitol schedule Baseball fans can kind. Took Gordon's Advice

city on Thursday now turn their attention to 3. That therefore the ambassadors Administration sources said \\Hl
Mrs Wooten was! named Detroit's Lakeland Tigers in designated will begin Johnson's decision for a friendly sgra+YSta9yt
Lakeland's Woman of the the Florida State League this immediately the necessary procedures U.S. posture was taken on A
Year in 1951 has continuedher summer with the objective of advice of the US ambassadorin
community activities on New Owner Joe Ryan has reaching a just and fair agree- Brazil, Lincoln Gordon seconded -
a variety of fronts and is be- cooked up a package deal involving ment which would be subject t ing sponsored for this latest some fabulous atten the constitutional processes 01' here
recognition by the Sorosis dance prizes which former each country It was stated that, while the!! Saturday April 14thIs
Club of which she Is a past fence and program advertisers Washington, D. C., April 3,, U.S. government does not like))
president and life member. should find infinitely more 1964 to see Latin-American govern f
* attractive than anything ever ments overturned by military IiiI the Final Day to Register '
presented to them before pressure, it is pleased that in
Mayor Harold Grizzard andI Ten games throughout the ExPresidentOf Brazil this happened without For Our Big '
had a ball Monday noon season will be Tiger Treasure bloodshed
while getting In some licks for Time games, with the prize Cuba Dies Furthermore officials here ,

Lakeland with a bus load of for opening night -April 21- note that the new president Is & GRAND PRIZE
attrartlve and personnableyoung an all expense family trip to LANTANA (AP) Carlos a Constitutional successor, rather -
ladies who were chosen the Worlds Fairl! Others will Hevia, 64., who was president of than a military appointee.Rusk .
from a vast number of applicants feature an automobile tripsto Cuba for 24 hours, died In exile said that Brazil armed
to be gu'des In the see the Detroit Tigers in Thursday night of a heart at- forces have shown over the

Florida exhibit at the World action, to Disneyland, etc., etc. tack. last several years that they are!
Hevia a U.S. Naval Academy I 500
Fair basically committed to constitutional -
We were sorry they could graduate ascended to the presidency government,
The Third Florida World
n't be here longer as they provisionally as secretaryof I lie predicted that Brazil now
Trade Conference to be held state on Aug. It 1933, when I
were already running behind will take a leading part In hemIsphere -
at the Dupont Plaza In Miami President Gerardo Machado was
their crowded schedule opposition to Communist -
very April 10 should be of great overthrown. The next day Carlosde
but we did squeeze In a Cuba, because of the deep SILVER
Interest to any and all firms Cespedes was named to sueeed DOLLARSJi.
(Sealtesl) orange Juice break concerned with developing' him. commitment of the anti-Goulart
and a quick tour of the Civic forces "to constitutional govern 0
their overseas market, especially .
Center and Florida Southern ment, and to representative democracy -
In Latin America and

Campus to lunch before at sending Cypress themon Gar- ket.the European Complete Common details Mar.are MIAMI CONFUSION(AP) -REIGNS The Miami Can't." Walk Away ; ,. will be given to '

dens. News complained In an editorial Rusk reaffirmed the U.S. policy : .f ;
available at the Chamber of. I A
that the city has some street of determining recognition, celebrate formal
* flee our
names that are confusing of a new government according, : 0'
Our Private Aviation committee * It referred to NW South River to the circumstances in each .J ; >

(Joe Ruthven and Lyo- P. G Mltchelll was a loyal, Drive, SW North River Drive, case. While the United States is t
nal Lindsey, co chairmen) hardworking citizen of Lakeland NW North River Drive and SW committed "to the strong and 'Jffw'The
will hold its first ground whose passing I is a real South River Drive all in the vigorous support of democraticand ,
schuol class In the Chamber loss to the community. I city. constitutional. Institutions."
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board room Monday night at A marine veteran of WW I,
7:30: o'clock. P. G. served as commanderand music to wake by. .
I'm embarrassed to confess for many years ai ad.
that I painted myself Into jutant and service officer of ,
a corner by promising our our local American Legion ADMIRALCLOCK
board room for the entire post Beyond the age for ac
course, forgetting that It was tive duty in WW II, he assumed -
already committed to AmerK, what I can personally RADIO
can CyanamWs class In practical testify to have been a backbreaking .
politics. job on the home
Before nest Monday how front director of Lake
ever, we'll get the word out lands 24 -hour a day air
as to where the next ground warning service.
school classes will be held. More recently, he was one ,
The purpose of the ground of the original five who constituted
school for which the City's Advertising Stockholders, Directors and Officers

fled Instructors have volunteered committee In 1947 and had and Employees Cordially Invite You ,
to teach, is to help prepare remained active on it until his and friends
to visit and
those ,interested _in_oo- replacement: _in 1961 __ __ I your
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DAVID LAWRENCE eisary to the normal Opera.

WASHINGTON "civil tion of that particular bust-

But Is A Law Needed? . rights" bill. if enacted into ness or enterprise."

law, will open up a whole
UEN WHAT THIS AMOUNTS to
!VF 1 series of adventures In constitutionalism is a formal recognition that

A week or 10 ago, Senator Wayne fully realized. Wes do not agree with religious beliefs can be a

Morse the liberal Democrat from Oregon the "states righters" who would de- 1 The constitution[ gives congress factor. in But employment the practices. .
the Union in order to the constitution
made an unsuccessful bid to have stroy preservefor right "to regulate does not give congress any
themselves a privileged economicand such broad
the civil rights bill returned to the com legal power to
social status. And we affirm a merce with approve or disapprove of re-
Judiciary Committee for hearings and belief that any merchant who invites JJJ k/ J foreign nations ligious beliefs. In fact, it

possible change. Senator Morse's the general public into his place ought and specifically shall make says that "con.gross
no law
reason was obscure at the moment but among the respecting
not to discriminate against some solely -
severalstates" ._.,, an establishment of
now the truth is out: he and Senator because of skin pigmentation.What Applying A' religion or prohibiting the

Javits, of New York, the Republican we do question is whether this free exercise thereof." The

rights captain, have found some weak- the public accommodations section clause, the ruled Supreme that Court has even
in the bill and want to correct lawmakersing congress cannot
nesses actually is a desirable or needed fea- felt jus. pass any law which aids one

them. ture of the bill. There is demonstrable titled In pass- Lawrence religion over another. Cer

Specifically Morse and Javits say evidence that Negroes are getting ing statutes governing monopolies tainly there Is nothing to In.

: they are concerned about Title III of restaurant service and overnight accommodations : price-fixing, and the dicate der the that constitution a citizen,can be, un de.

the bill which gives the attorney general in an ever-widening \ : recognition of labor unions. prived of a Job because of

the authority to speed desegregation circle even in the Deep South. The But nowhere In the constitution any beliefs

of such places as golf courses, Howard Johnson chain, as but one example Is there any explicit YET THE SUPREME

parks swimming pools libraries, and serves any person who is clean, power bestowed on congressto Court has upheld compul.

museums. (Schools are covered in an- sober and has the money to pay his take away from employersthe sory unionization and has

other part). Here's the way Title III check. Non segregated public facilities j1 right to choose their em ruled against citizens who da
ployes, even if this means not profess atheism or any
would work: an Individual would always
on turnpikes are nearly ( belief in the
I refusing to hire of a theory of com-
persons
: have to address a signed complaint to available. Several months ago, Or-
particular color, religion or
: the attorney general stating that, because lando restaurants and motor courts national origin.

of his race, he was deprived of were almost unanimous in deciding to The extent to which the atin414l

or threatened with the loss of equal their doors to all travelers. About new legislation is bound to l
open "JMFwy flfly H* J W*rrHF fl n"iTrifr m W-g.Vft&J'M VuJt tf ffSTtara'aor JT'iffiftffigl rBr-1 TTT"i nTifffi uY m f*ml
protection of the laws under the half the eating and sleeping places in open up constitutional controversies

r Fourteenth Amendment by being denied Gainesville are desegregated now, provision in is the Indicated pending by bill a munlsm but who have pre.

access to a public facility. thanks to the hard work of a student F of the PeopleThis as it was passed by the ferred to stay out of any

r* Then, if the attorney general finds committee at the University of Flor- House of Representatives. labor union because of their
convictions and have
This calls for a regulation of thereby
:: that the complainant isn't able to
pay Ida.The employment practices. While lost their jobs. Under the
costs, and if he finds that legal action Ledger's position does not im- Is The Ledger's Opinion Page forbidding any discrimination National Labor Relations

: will "materially further" the orderly ply any lack of sympathy for the because of "race, color, religion Act, the employer is permitted .

process of desegregation the attorney traveling Negro family, but rather an nit .tlHtM (.t. Hn HM Mvtp.p.,', "" "plnlom/ / on ..tt," ,l currant. lilt,..., In Hi. sex or national origin to enter into contracts
general may file suit in the name of awareness that the problem of pro- .4Nrial.ela..I . h ..| .... tk. api.ias.0..On /In the Voice of th. ftopI Column./ ...*" mu* ," the proposed legisla with a union of pledging the dismissal
; with in-transit food .. df4 sad bon ... vriNt't .44..., but Minis will to wlthhtld upon ..qu.". A I..h.atd aN tlOn would permit discrimination an employe who
i the U.S. viding Negroes after 30
days, does
,<** 4 250 v.... sad i..tii <... k* "..**. Th. L.dg.r rum th. right. rcl .ny letter .f against persons because not Join
I and sleeping accommodations is being of their "atheistic a union This, of course is
....... i .
It. 0.-. If t.l..i.fs ad .tte ctntrlbutor pptf lnwhir a Hih Ml*
ACTUALLY, AS MORSE notes this resolved by moral, social, and economic practices and belief" as well punishing a man for his beliefs .

creates no new right. Ever since the pressure. In other words, why as against persons who are have and the cases heretofore
dealt
not be willing to be held responsible members of Communist Par solely with
: Supreme Court outlawed school seg- enact a law to force something that Blames 'Fanatics'For for time and etern Dreamer Likes ty organizations. voluntary agreements between .

1 regation in 1954, the courts have held seems to be happening anyway? private individuals _

in case after case that public facilities Racial WoesEDITOR ity"C.. S. B. Fat Sassy FolksEDITOR that THIS congress IS THE has first dealt time in employers In the new and "civil unions rights"

:; cannot be segregated. Morse says this the matter of employmentwith .
The Net ResultIt legislation, however, the issue
; section simply provides "a new en : Everyone shouldbe : I dream a lot the beliefs of an indi involved is one In which

: forcement" of an existing right by was bound to happen perhaps, protected by Constirouonal Milk Controls of late. My latest, was a lot vidual.the constitutional If congress right claims to the government Itself Intervenes .

coming to the aid of a poor complainant and it did. rights but social privileges are like L. E. Sieburg's dream. prohibit or permit discrimination and lays down the rule
that
and to that he adds this taunt: A 17-year-old factory worker In private affairs. None of us 'Like Sore Toe'EDITOR I dreamed that F. D. Roosevelt where color or race hire no because employer of can race refuseto color

i "Who wants to take the position that England got his Beatle haircut caughtIn has either the legal or the did cause us to get,Intoa cr religion or beliefs of any religion or national or
the constitution and its promises are moral right! to force his company : This milk businessIs war. He fed us up and kind are involved then the igin. Congress now would
machine.So .
a like a sore toe. The toe is Supreme Court of the United
: the sole property of people with the on others. Obvious as made us fat and sassy, and interpret this particular principle .
the British Safety Council has on the consumer's foot, and States will be confronted
this would seem to be the strong. We had to show to prohibit discrimina
: means to go to court? put out OOOO safety posters urging being treated by a bunch of some day with some Interesting tim
against as well discrimination
point is in great confusion some people of the as
to- quack doctors the Milk world
( Com-
questions. Will it, for
: However, neither Morse nor Javits industrial workers to wear hairnets If in favor of certain
day.Many mission). Suppose we vote for that they could not push a example, decide that atheismis
mentions the flaw discussed by David of the types of religious activity
: they affect Beatle hairdos. conflicts In the a good head doctor (governor strong country around a religious belief? Not
: Lawrence in his column today: that We're strong ior safety but ,we area of civil rights arise because ). Maybe he will fire the more. any long ago, in ruling on pray. ,

i the bill contains inconsistencies that don't believe this Is going work.It This is of the strong more social suspicious factors. quacks. on the milk commission That is "the trouble with us ers in the schools it decidedin THE SUPREME COURT
invite reversal the Court. favor of defendants who will certainly have a hard
by Supreme
has taken American workers
: safety when we recall the fine statements
strong fat, We
J. C.Lakeland. sassy people.
professed atheistic beliefs time determining just how
Its specific exemption of atheists from several years to persuade even a mi- of older Negro leaders ( ) do not like to be pushed The court held that local governments congress gets the right to

coverage or protection is one blatant nority of drivers to wear seat belts, rejecting integration.the idea of social around.It could not direct regulate employment practices
Perhaps the
example. and we suspect by the time English mischief la being caused by The governor, by himself, costs the lives of many that prayers be said In the on the basis of religious
Beatle buffs have been persuaded to white fanatics who cause the can't do It. The Milk Commission good boys, and a lot of broken public schools because they beliefs by citing the

6 TilE LEDGER does not believe wear hairnets the Beatles will have ignorant Negro to be unhappy was created by the legislature bodies. It also stoppeda of might those run counter to beliefs words:" "To regulate com
who In
amist great progress We see and only the legislature lot of people jumping out happened to be merce. For congress
, there can be any "second class citizen- disappeared from the scene hairdos evidence of a wrong attitudeon can abolish It. The purpose of windows, shooting themselves atheists. effect, will not Just be regulating

,; ship" If the American ideal ever is and all the part of some who ex- of the Commission origInally and taking poison that But the problem with respect commerce It will be
pect a total eclipse of identity. was to protect the pub dreaming will not expel to employment is not regulating relations between
None of us has this. lic health by Insuring an orderly Can anyone think a weak, so simple. The pending bill citizens on the basis of cer
f All of which brings to mind production and sale of hungry country Is better to in the Senate not only recognizes tain beliefs
the crimes of those well-mean- milk without such disruptions live in? If.o please go to the right to discriminate It is indeed difficult to see
ing fanatics of pre-Civil War as price wars. Unfortunately Mexico, and leave our strong In employment against how the Supreme Court can
Stogies And Southerners days, the Abolitionists. In the board has seemed more fat and sassy country to atheists and those holding be on both sides of this ques
these difficult years we shouldbe Interested In safeguarding the L.'8. J. Even with my broken communistic beliefs, but it tion how it can say that
.I seeking to learn the lessonsof pocketbooks of the dairy pea body I like it better than also permits an employer to congress has the right to negate -
L' that unspeakably disastrous ple. If you would abolish the Mexico or any country that advertise for persons of a any discrimination be-
In arresting and jailing the motherof Now for the benefit of the St. Augustine experience Lincoln's wordsare Milk Commission vote for is so hungry and weak that particular religious belief and cause of religion and at the

the Massachusetts governor, officials police department, let's go appropriate: "In times state lawmakers (houst and it Is pushed around by whoever to exclude all others wherever same time to permit employ

of St. Augustine presumably over that once again, slowly , When like these, no man should say senate) who favor such acourse. may as the bill states, religion ers to refuse to hire atheistsor
anything for which he would is "a bona fide occupational who believe in
-Editor. persons
I i were acting as guardians of "the greeting a lady, no Southern gentleman *. M. DURRANCE qualification reasonably nee- communism.

'. Southern way of life." The 72-year- ever . .

old Mrs. Mary Elizabeth Peabody,

wife of an Episcopal rector, had come 'The New South'-ls I
It Prccikk ?
to the Ancient City specifically to Long Way To GoA .
vAra ..." 0
the discrimination
1 challenge against
By RALPH McGILL the president of the University the mobs
Negroes practiced there. recent spate of stories concern- Publisher of of Virginia did not disappoint courts reveal and, there defiances of were but a little more than Hamlet-likeSioliloquy. . .
News from the how- ing encouraging advances in The Atlanta Constitution"The them ". are a three years away.
photos scene cancer : . The great many persons not "I wonder if the thing I Is
ever, carry a discordant note. Mrs. research gives reason once again to New South!I" There South has regained the 'spir trained to observe closely,yet to Yet basically Dr. Alderman possible?"
have been was right His
prophets it' of Industrialism with and Jef-
many whichit
Peabody was escorted to the jail bya caution against undue optimism for an imagine vividly, to reason accurately ferson's The
who have used that phrase. . started in the early days," and ideal remains valid. The answer Is yes.
policeman who had a huge cigar early lifting of one of mankind's most A Southerner in the East he said in 1906. "Many details humility and toleration.to entertain It Is true that the economic South has begun to replace
clamped between his teeth. Again grievous crosses. recently found In some old remain to be worked structure of society is large. the old patriarchal attitudesof
papers a copy of the Charter out. but the spirit is here.I ALDERMAN LOOKED ly responsible for its Ideals. race and industry with
. when she left the jail, Mrs. Peabody The day that a true solution to the It is of
20 those based equality
address quite on
'" Day see it In the ideals of our years ahead and saw correct to say
is pictured shaking hands with a grin- scourge of cancer becomes a certainty made at the youth. I hear it in their the old patriarchal South be- that in time politics in the law. Politics is being na

ning policeman who also holds a stogie no newspaper will have type big University ofCalifornia speech. Their ambitions re- come a "fierce industrial re- South will be nationalized by tionalized. Thought is being

I in his mouth. enough to set the headline announcingit flect it, their dreams move ,ion," with politics nationalized industrialism and thought liberalized. And industry, as
Berkeley, In I about It. and will become it Is largely respon
Twenty years from thought liberaliz- more liberal. comes
These must be counterfeit South eagerly is this boon to
so mankind
That
the spring of now the old patriarchal South ed. Twenty years after his process has been going sible.
omen, placed in St. Augustine by Minnesota awaited. 1908. The orator r will be a fierce industrial re- address the cotton South was on for some time especi Perhaps, with this new
; or Vermont or some other foreign Meantime, "constant alertness" is was Dr. ,V gion. By industrialism I donut striving to recover from the ally since the end of the South will come the Jeffersonian -

.* power. No Southern gentlemant the watchword to go by. Regular phy Edwin Anderson mean commercialism.Commercialism economic paralysis caused by Second World War. ideal of the civilizedman
Alderman a Is a mere the boll weevil, and the cor- that he and Dr. Alder
ever shakes hands with a lady or even sical checkups and immediate investi- DR. ALDERMAN'S
then sordid theory of life. Industrialism roslve years of depression final man saw emerging from our
> greets a lady, with a cigar drooping gation of irregularities in the body's president of Is the scientific mastery question remains as a brief, schools and universities.

: from his lips. It is rude, un-chivalric, functions are the best safeguards the Unlver- of the raw material and
airy of VirMcGILL its wise distribution accord-
: and un-Southern. available.LAKELAND .
ginia, and perhaps the re- ing to the laws of trade. Thusconsidered.
gion's outstanding educational -
statesman (During the 'Cons'CIence Washington Memo
First World War he was one '

4 of Woodrow Wilson's closest Q.l Xl iSoulh .
LEDGER advisers.) Such was the aris- .
tocracy of his culture that COWl" Washington
Bureau
R. Virginia had made him president Industrialism Is Moccasin Mode: Quite
OaaoNa EPA?) COWLI: III.i. of Mr. Jefferson's uni- a mighty and moral part of ed to public tours from a few embassies and historic old houses are open-
Polk County.World's = .: [JOHN L.Vt MAHDItON.MANM /.. 'VIM. versity in 1904 to prevent it the movement of society. have learned time to, time for various worthy but the proprietors
the causes
i. M1 t Iert. !.n When the perils of
of Industrialism
practice
a. .... &4...., BOOWILL. from sinking further Into preceding a published hospitality, and have taken steps. A note
Citrus Center ', < Adtlan. DirKtan CHAKLItImperial : catches with the list of
'I" ,' genteel decay, as It was, under up open house tours
MUNf .ICNA.O n. to -
cautions
,. aAAV, \Jr-=:...?."MaaNr.,. system the self hopefully-governing establishedby faculty spirit politics and thought will be liberalized nationalized - punctured wear by wide-heeled thin steel shoes.heels Floors In old houses cannot: "Visitors be repaired are requested when

f the founder.Dr. In the South, for the
The LEDGER'S telephones: All D.partm.nts-686-1151 Alderman wanted all economic structure of society *
men rich and poor alike, la largely responsible toil its Problem Child: As though
J. "trained to observe closely, ideals about, what with all the large newsmen didn't have to worry
WSJCRirTION RATIS ** imagine vividly, to reason "Our real problem there now they have to stew international complications demanding attention
; HOMi PiUVUYiOn accurately, and to have fore Is to try to industrializeour trying to follow his speeding about the Presldent'l health and lafet)theib ;

.1N far .. .. ., . . JU.40 One month ..... .. .. S MS about them toleration some humilityand society: its, without souL I commercializing wonder Easter Sunday had visions of another car on qUick the way home from church in Texas
: some This Mr, Johnson changeover when
Six Mnrh ... .. .. .. $11.70 WMk . . ..... ..... $ .45 ideal was also Jefferson's, J the thing is possible?" lowing whipped around two cars on a hill in administrations fol'
night the at high And the
e Three .lathe $ '.IS Ono fur, by *,!II) . . $2800 and both he and Dr. Alderman Dr. Alderman was not with- up the steps to his airplane visions ** the speed.
believed education could out doubt as his question re- just as though he reporters heartiattack
., provide It. veals. Neither his ideal nor at aU. never had had a

Published afternoons and on Saturday and Sunday morning by The title of Dr. Alderman's that of Mr Jefferson's has t. *
been attained *
as the present
address was "The South's
Lakeland Newspaper Corp., Lakeland, Florida 33802 Real Problem. birth pains of still anothernew Charm School: Kuwait's ambassador

South daily reveal. It why he was dinner for J/Uat AIGhoussein., explaining
SOUTHERNERS HAVE a has been 58 years since Dr. of wait ngtuntilthis new waseread f State Dean Rusk now l instead -
11'I weakness for prophecy and Alden ID'. prophecy and. as proverb a small house can embassy Arab. have an old
accommodate thousand
a friends."

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'..,. <. '\"'" Saturday April 4. 1M4 S
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,, WSCS MeetScheduled LAKELAND LEDGER,
,
>I"t,,\;;; f Religious Groups' I

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: ...
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TooAvAITN.pooL
"$' CMIII'T'.N'
PIIAVa
:; if .lIau. 'JO .m at Poll .....,aI

+t P +r a ,, be k, g t I In OrlandoORLANDOMethodist women : A 1 P A tP pmmuolb dJJJ1l.d.maLL ram. "ulllll"



from throughout the state

,,d,Pa will come here Tuesday and 1 1'e The Rev. Peter Wallace
remain for
IJ'i through Thursday Fleming, rector of St Dav.Id' -
I t the 24th annual meeting of thechurch' Episcopal Church will
Woman's Society of
attend a marriage counseling
Christian Service of the Floe e .
seminar in Atlanta Monday
ida Conference.
through Wednesday
Total attendance is expectedto

exceed 1,500. Including con
ference officers and delegates w St. David'sEpiscopal

of 512 church societies and affiliated Church

.; Wesleyan Service 145 14...... Dr.

Guild units Welcomes You
Sessions will be held at REV. ROSS S. RHOADS REV. J. E. HODGES REV. JACK EDMOND
First Methodist Church with S."Ic.-

"He Commands-We Obey"as Church 1:10: AM.,10:45 A.M.
the program theme. Baptist Churches To Mark 150th Church School, *|4S ..m.Iventoiif .
+
6 .e Members Number 47,000 ( p.m.The ,
MM. peter Vfillio FUminf.UNITY .
'... One of the state's largest Seals *

:dINt women's organizations with -. .
more than 47,000 members,' Anniversary With Revival SeriesA

CHARTER DAY will be observed tomorrow at Lakewood Park Methodist Church at the WSCS is affiliated with the

the 11 a.m. service. Charter members will receive a charter certificate like Woman's Division of the Methodist x CHRIST CHURCH
membership "Jubilee Revival" mark BONNY
the one the Rev. William B. CaldweU Is showing Mrs. R. O. Board of Missions. It Cer..4 M....0.11"... w..dnOnla
Barfield. a charter member. the church'smissionary ing the 50th anniversary of Homecoming services A. MimMer
The certificates will be presented by John Sargent district church lay leader. Mrs. John helps support organized Baptist work Is be- are Sunday Devotional 1 II I A M.Subj.ct .
home
at scheduled
program at Bonny Baptist Thou That
W. Branscomb will "Awpke
present the pastor and the lay leader with a church organization certif. ing conducted this month In "
and In 40 other countries. Sleopcst .
Church tomorrow with all
icate, signed by her late
husband. Bishop Branscomb. Mrs. David R. Thurman of Baptist churches throughoutthis s T....... Mum Club
area. former members and friends 421 E. Park at Succ u
Miami Is president of the Florida
Conference WSCS Other The Rev. Otis Hooks of Invited. The evening service Sunday School Meets

general officers are Mrs. C Eaton Park heads the evangelism marks the beginning of a weekof ''I ot 214 S. Iowa

/fAT THE CHURCHES I] Durward Johnson, Q II in c y, committee which Is In revival services The Rev.

Vice president; Mrs. Karl charge of arrangements for Robert Yates of Jacksonvillewill .
Stoneburner, Stuart recording the meetings. Also serving on
secretary, and Mrs. L. F. the committee are: the Rev. be evangeli.t.'Other PHILLIPSFABRICS
FIRST PRESBYTERIANThe of Grace Lutheran Church in lion will be on April 12 at 3 Shore, Jacksonville treasurer Ernie Habecker, the Rev. El- churches participating
Rev. Ralph C. Arbaugh Raleigh N.C., will have the when the To Elect Officers vin Hall the Rev. W. E. Witte, Includes: Crystal Lake,
p.m Rev. J. Stuart
pastor of First PresbyterianChurch liturgy New officers are due to be the Rev. James Wade of Bar- John A. Hogan of Tuscaloosa (1055: S. Florid

has announced that ST. PAUL LUTHERAN Dickson. former moderator of elected for two-year terms. tow and the Rev. William Wilson Ala, April 12.19; North Florida Prior MU 1.1211
for the accommodation of the Florida Heights, Jack Sutherland
The church Synod will give the .
information class Speakers will include Bishop This Week's Special
members and guests, the 8:45: for adults will not meet tomorrow dedication address. A recep James W Henley of Jacksonville Churches participating In pastor tomorrow, April 19; 1

and 11 a.m. services will con. afternoon at 4:30 o'clock, tion and tour of the biuldmg who administers Methodist the revival that have not Weitside. Norman Hanson, ANTIQUESATIN
March 29 April 12, Winston.
tinue on Sundays The Sunday as It usually does, due to the will follow Church officers' work in Florida and previously announced plansare
Liner of Bartow tomorrow
George
service wlU be
night at 7.15: follows
Cuba Miss Maryruth Nickels as : "
groundbreaking ceremonies at ;
wives will serve as hostesses April 12; Lake Ruth
o'clock.WESTMINSTER Christ Lutheran Church, the a former missionary to India EATON PARK
and church school teacherswill Mission of Bartow, Harold - I 59
Rev. R. A. Hingst pastor, announced and now a field worker for the Yard!
Revival services curt at Davis, pastor, tomorrow-
PRESBYTERIAN be in
of
charge receiving Methodist Board of Missions
Westminster Presbyterian visitors in ; Eaton Park Baptist Church tomorrow April 12; Fort Meade, Tom REV. C. E. GIBSON
the classrooms
the Rev. Dr. George A. Foster,
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UNITARIANUNIVERSALIST and end 12. Rowe Jr. of Atlanta tomor
April ,
Church's
Sunday school will\ The church will be of the Palma Ceia
nursery
have Its convocation tomorrowat George Gerlach of Winter open for preschool age children pastor Methodist Church in Tampa; Services will be held nightlyat row-Apri 12.K.thleen. The End el Your Search for a Friendly ChurchIUNDAY
9:30 in the educational Haven will speak Sunday at 10a.m 7:30: o'clock and Tuesday J. B. Norris, pastor .
: a.m.
during all dedication activities. and the Rev. E. J. Pander -
at Lake Region Unitarian through Friday mornings at April 12.22; Main Streetof a' ; smvieisChurch V
building. The Rev. David J.
host who is .
grass pastor school S 41
i mMornlni
Universalist Fellowship 10 o'clock. The Rev J. E. Bartow, Shirley Middleton, I t '
Spratt will speak. At the 11 chairman of the Florida Con Worihl : :;., JlOOimToutn :
a.m. service, gold pins will be Visitors are Invited to attend ALL SAINTS' EPISCOPALWith ference Methodist Board of Hodges of Panama City is ends tomorrow; Homeland, J. PilliwihIB ,,. 5Ism.
awarded to Sunday schoolpupils and remain for coffee on the the completion of the Missions. evangelist and Paul E. Puckettof D. Robinson, pastor, ends tomorrow i Cvenlni wirihlp ., .. 130 I...

having perfect attend. patio after the service octave of Easter tomorrow, First Baptist Church In : Peace Creek James 4 Hess. near. .. 81bl..Iud. TOO r raMOTHER'S .
for FIRST CHRISTIAN All Saints' Episcopal Bartow will be the song lead L. Knight Jr. of Winter Haven
ance one year. Church's daily services will er. Miss Ann Cochran will ends tomorrow. TIIINITY MITHODIIT CNYSaNCbrnell.
(Disciples of
Christ) Are. LI Dal Mal elerr.
* *
Approximately 100 young continue as follows: daily I I Mulberry I play the piano. A nursery ..... .... R. c. J.rnr. tutor
The ,
Women's Associationwill
people from Polk County reading of the Matins, 1 a.m. will be provided. r--
sponsor a family night Christian Churches will meetat followed by Holy Eucharistat EDGEWOODThe '

Wednesday at 8:30: o'clock in ,First Christian Church tomorrow 7.13: ; Thursdays, second MULBERRY. and Mrs Rev. Clell E. Gibson of i .
Curly Clarence Wilson and DAY
the church social hall.\ A ,
covered celebration of the Eucharistat i
for the 1964 kickoff Durham N.C. will be evangelist
daughter
dish supper will l precede Dme-A-Mite. First Christian 10 a.m.; last Wednesdayof grandparents Shirley, Mr. and and Mrs.J her. at the revival starting : : %
the SPECIALHouse
program on the mission CYF and Chi month! Holy Eucharist at I S
theme "Southeastern Asia"Mrs. Rho groups will G. Smith ..1of\ Mulberry, Monday at Edgewood B.ptl.tChurch. .. .
be hosts. Miss Beth Knapp Is 8 p.m. Saints' days will be have entertained relatives Services will be held
Norman L. Sharp will l observed at the daily Eucha 7:30 o'clock, endIng Of Glamour
begins at 4 p.m., followed C from Columbia, S.C., Mrs. nightly at :
show a film on "Good News in general chairman. Registration data with no second celebra.tlons Inez Strickland, and Mrs. E- April 12. Wally Poor will Beauty Salon

the India.pastor Devotions the Rev.will\Dr.be led EvertA. by begins at 4 p.m., follow. fall except when such days tell Sloan The visitors will lead the. singing. A nursery A SPECIAL PURCHASE A SPECIAL PRICE
on The office
ed by recreation, supper anda Ihursdays. return to their home this will be provided
Cremer, film on "What Is a ChristIan of evening prayer will weekend. WEBSTER AVENUEThe QUALITY PERMANENT WAVES
ST. DAVID'S EPISCOPALThe .?" be read dally at 5:30: p.m. in Mr. and Mrs Warren D. revival starts

Junior Daughters of the FIRST the chapel. Sunday's schedule Parker II and daughter, Miss weeklong
ASSEMBLY
OF GOD at Webster Avenue
will be tomorrow $C95
King of St. David's Episcopal unchanged
Susan Parker and her
The 12th annual Sunday cousin Baptist Church with the Rev.
Church will leave this morn school loyalty campaign at Hal Stiwell, all of Bobbins- Jack Edmond of Irving, Tex., P While They Last Only , . ? Complete
ing at 9 o'clock for Christmas.fla. .
First ville, N.J., have returned
Assembly of will j '
God He speak
., where they will be Joinedby tomorrow and will\ continue starts Date Book "home after visiting here with as nightly evangelist.at 7.30: o'clock and Please Stop In or Call Ml/ 6-9524 for JoaoiMmMfHouse ..
a Junior Daughters
group through Pentecost relatives. the Rev. Dave Werner will
Sunday,
from Orlando for a visit in TOBAVtAKILAN They were house guests of Of Glamour
May 17. An
effort will be made ART OOILB trlmirr direct the music. A nursery
Peace Garden. The business to encourage perfect lid junior .rl la M|., Mr. and Mrs. James L. Young, will be provided.
attendance 10
eMr..
meeting will\ be attended by tolory tod Olli 5 I. and ...... ..
in the Sunday school. The nlfrod ..Ihll"' .' end Ten WII. daughter, Sharyn, and the GAPWAYThe 910 c. 4 NorthOven
national Intr?.tor. Adu1N. p.latlna .1...
Mrs. Juanita Tucker James
theme Is "Great i is Thy Faith Irm a to lm.. .. Ray Young family. Thuri. Miti kr AiMlnlminl, rir tfci Wirklm flirt.
chairman and Mrs. Amy Wilson fulness" Achievement '::.I.. n.: .lor, &I1"I it lrornelu: They also visited with his Rev. Roy Reynolds, REV. ROY REYNOLDS I
awards Alr""rLTMIOIO"MIC"L
Diocesan chairman. will be .OCISTY, r mother, Mrs. Warren D. Parker pastor of Lake Magglore Baptist
35Gm
presented the last
Sunday
* of the ,,,u 'l1 Webs .,. Those In. of Tampa. Mr. and Mrs. Church In St. Petersburg,

Tomorrow afternoon mem FIRST campaign.BAPTIST u,..I,ndlnr mir Ilbrir nIt.d* m..Un. and Bert Parker of Brewster, and will conduct revival servicesat 2745 Sunshine Drive/
"qT NOl\.I 011"0' Clus IL. Gapway Baptist Church tomorrow
bers
of the Episcopal Young other relatives
Churchmen, accompanied by MULBERRY(Mulberry) NORA of 4.Hit rneellni. ,,". It Zimra.rn 7 JOkoini 0m..5,.. Ida Warren D. Parker III, whole through April 12, ( NURSERY Near -
Dr. Leon W Pirk It nl.m nightly at 7:30: o'clock. Music Ili I
their advisor. Dr. Russell H. Gambrell CITSVS DRANO' 17.. with the U.S. Navy stationed Crystal lake
president of Florida
.
Cole Jr. will in a 110. .UlIonl I."PI' iti 5 Dm .tOtrt on the USS Franklin D. will be directed by M. L."Bud"
compete
Baptist Bible Institute, has .ou' 6su... Bum.. ....Ion minister of
speech contest at St. Paul's been elected ., 130: p m.Lasllaw5. Roosevelt (CVA-42) at Naval Hudson
Interim pastor of eN"11I IN NA.TIoAL music. A nursery will be pro-
Church in Winter Station Mayport, arrived in
Episcopal Mulberry First Churc AltOCIAr.ON Of IIITIII.DCIVI"
Haven on the topic "Not Only Baptist IMPLOVIt. covered dub din- Mulberry Saturday afternoonfor 'vided. GRAND OPENINGSHELTERED
,
Mulberry First BaptistChurch nil tt noon builnm union' it 1
With Our Lips But in Our In hutment of M inoll. Bulldmf a weekend visit with parents FIRST
He will begin services Center All retired Pederil
Lives" 1'lr Bertie implorw mil ipplr lormmberihlp and relatives. The Park. Revival services start tomorrow
at the church
* CALVARY tomorrow.BAPTIST sails BALI. t>r citrus ers were invited to Join a de I at First Baptist I WORKSHOP for the HANDICAPPEDSATURDAY
The Episcopal Churchwomenwill Outer Oren,. tr.J m itrntrinm pendents' cruise departing the 4 Church and end on April 12.
have covered dish luncheon MULBERRY(Mulberry) ui to of lonuet':'\ Uri. Jim.P.rk.' M Member >,. Naval Station in Mayport yea- .me closing night will serve
Homecom .
Ira or MM Cb.rl. Arero once.
meeting Monday at 11 ing services will be held tomorrow Ins plc>upI er oth.r Intlrm.tlon.Miss terday. is a kick-off for Youth Week,
am. Mr. Arthur F. Kaln. at ,'prll12.19. The Rev. Ross S.

president, will preside. Babysitters following Calvary the morning BaptistChurch ,n Rhoads, evangelist Fuller's at.large Old APRIL 4 9 AJU. to 5 P.M.SUNDAY .
McNeal for Dr. Charles
will be provided.
.
services. The Rev. Walter Griffin
Fashioned Revival Hour will Saturday & Sunday
LUTHERAN
CHRIST of Arkansas willipeak. He
lead the revival. Steven Mus-
Christ Lutheran Church will is a former pastor of Calvary Mr. ZebendenAre to, musical director and plat.
have groundbreaking ceremonies Baptist at the time the church the Ross SPECIALFERTILIZER "t
form coordinator'for April 5 -1 P.M. to 5 P.M.
tomorrow at 3 p.m. at was named Arch Street Baptist Rhoads Evangelistic Crusades

the church site, corner of Church. Those attendingare EngagedMr. 3t will direct the music.A .
Granada and Lakeland Hills to bring a covered basket revival choir will sing

Boulevard. Services will be dinner. and Mrs Harold E. \ nightly at the services held at

conducted by the Rev. W. J. FIRST PRESBYTERIANLake McNeal of south Lakeland 1:30: o'clock. The Sunday 2745Sunshine 6.5.5

Synatschk. pastor, with the ( Alfred have announced the engage school will promote attendance Drive

Rev. R. A. Hingst. pastor of LAKE ALFRED First ment of their daughter, Patricia through use of the "pack a- 50 Lb C
St. Paul Lutheran Church the United Presbyterian Church Ann to Christopher Sylvester pew" plan. Near Crystal Lake I 7 7

mother church speaking has moved Into its new build Zebenden of HighlandCity

The first spade of earth will ing on Haines Boulevard and son of Mr and Mrs. Corjiol.ro Bag -

be turned by the pastor, followed Glencruiten. Sunday through Russell Zebendon of Highland INSURANCE
by the building committee April 12 is dedication week.
City.The SIRVICk ( Help those who
Boyd Wooly, Fred Joost Dr. Robert and the RevEINDr. wedding will take place N Ir ... ..
and John Venaas. The Rev. Robert MacGowan and June 20 at St. Joseph's Catholic tester Up.hew, 'e' help themselves)

Mrs. Hingst will turn a spadeof the Rev. David Dietzel will Church. lea r::=t

earth as representative of speak Sunday. Friday will be The bride-elect Is a 1962 \' .d SM .. Ten. Av.. .... Ml-Itll

the mother church. After the "community day" with the graduate of Lakeland High t, _._ 1A - --- --
ceremony church memberswill Rev. Darrold Storm, pastorof School where she was a memo -- -

be Invited to turn the First Methodist Church and ber of the Anchor Club and PATRICIA ANN McNEAL

earth in the form of a cross. the Rev. O. C. Horton pastor Pan American Club. She Is
The edifice to be constructedwill of First Baptist Church, employed by Florida Tile Industries I RELIGIOUS DEBATEMAYHALL

\ be the first unit of the conducting community dedication as a secretary. pective bridegroom is em
complex of facilities to be services at 8 p.m. A 1963 graduate of Bartow ployed by the Polk County

constructed on the site. Estimated __The final service of dedica_ Senior High School. the pros- School; Board FLORIDA
-- - -- - -- --- -- -- - AUDITORIUM LAKELAND
cost of construction is |r.| ,

$63,000. Dean Tilton is general '-.1' ., . ,..
contractor and A. Wynn 1 I . ._.__.. h.'J. Monday Tuesday Thursday and Friday NightsOf
!. ,
Howell is the architect Completion : ..

of the structure Is expected 6 14 16 17
I April 7,9,10,13, ,
about Aug. 1.

Guests expected to attend o'"I

the ceremonies are Mayor 7:45 P.M.MR. .

Harold Grizzard, the Rev.I

August Bernthal of Winter Haven I '

Georgia, president District of of the the Florida-Luth- i I ( WARD HOGLAND Church of Christ

eran Church, Missouri Synod; I '
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and the counselor Rev. G.of Reschke the Winter circuit I: Ti] MR. ALBERT GARNER Missionary Baptist Church

Haven Circuit. I .
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Services are presently being
.
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I SUBJECTS TO BE DISCUSSED
conducted at North Lakeland :
School The . & .

congregation Elementary started meeting .- ..:.,:...:.. -.. ;--- Scriptural Music In The Worship

March IT 1963. and was organiied -
on. ,
last September with LAKELAND'S FIRST ASSEMBLY OF GOD CHURCH Conditions of Salvation '. ",

6J members. There are presently 1160 loot Mom Steed ..*. J. r.r J...._, Pasta, MU J-22IJ

FAITH 1H members.LUTHERAN ",,.,renl,,, with Isksfaitif surf Mk County Since Fssrvorv 14, 127." The Possibility of a Child of God Being Lost

The Sacrament of Holy Baptism YOU ARI INVITID TO OUR SUVICIS

will be administered at C S..da. Sehs '. .. ........-.... aN .... w..."....., "r.... Wetm .TM PUBLIC INVITED
the 10:30 service tomorrow C .rda" .. ... .... .. ,'..41 .... 0) ".....-.......... ......" ..SMPMM .
at:Faith m.Lutheran Church.At C au51a, ,,w/5 T .. ... T.00 P.M. 0) ......... Ti_ WVAH Swielir .0.M P.M.nvkert .
ADMISSION NO
FREE COLLECTIONSA.
the 8:30 a m. service the Stems sf ,.*,1. Ceme with( Ivre'tsi sad Itsvt with Messy N arffw -

1tIv,1. Lowell Kaauff, pastor ,




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LEDGER EDITORIALS :::i J- XL Supreme Court (,



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DAVID LAWRENCE essary to the normal operation .

Yes But Is A Law Needed? rI rights"WASHlNGTON-Th bill if enacted"civil Into ness of or that enterprise.particular" bust.

whole
law, will open up a WHAT THIS AMOUNTS to
FL.uE series of adventures In con- is a formal recognition that

A week or so ago Senator Wayne fully realized. We.. do not agree with ititutlonalum. religious beliefs can be i

Morse, the liberal Democrat from Oregon the "states rlghters" who would destroy 1 The constitution gives congre. factor in employment prac.
tices. But the
. the constitution
the Union in order to jJ1y
made an unsuccessful bid to have preservefor right "to reg does not give congress any
themselves a privileged economicand such broad
ulate commerce legal power to
the civil rights bill returned to the
social status. And we affirm a with approve or disapprove of re
Judiciary Committee for hearings and belief that any merchant who invites foreign nations ligious beliefs. In fact it

possible change. Senator! Morse's the general public into his place ought and I specifically says that "con.
shall make
gress
no law .
reason was obscure at the moment, but not to discriminate against some sole among theseveral an establishment respecting of

now the truth is out: he and Senator ly because of skin pigmentation.What itates" Applying religion or prohibiting the

Javits, of New York, the Republican we do question is whetherthe this free exercise thereof." The

rights captain, have found some weaknesses public accommodations section clause, the Supreme Court has even
ruled that
in the bill and want to correct lawmakershave congress cannot
actually is a desirable or needed feature felt Justlfiedlnpass- pass any law which aids one
them. of the bill. There is demonstrable Lawrence religion over another. Certainly .

Specifically, Morse and Javits say evidence that Negroes are getting leg statutes governing monopolies there is nothing to Indicate -

they are concerned about Title lIt of restaurant service and overnight accommodations price-fixing, and the that a citizen can, under -
the
constitution, be
deprived
the bill, which gives the attorney general in an ever-widening 1 + recognition of labor unions. of a job because of

the authority to speed desegregation circle, even in the Deep South. The But nowhere in the constitution any beliefs.

of such places as golf courses, Howard Johnson chain, as but one example 'qe J Is there any explicit YET THE SUPREME '

parks swimming pools, libraries and serves any person who is clean power bestowed on congressto Court has upheld compul.sory .

museums. (Schools are covered in an sober and has the money to pay his take away from employersthe unionization and has

other part). Here's the way Title III check. Non segregated public facilities right to choose their em- ruled against citizens who do
ployes, even if this means not profess atheism or
would work: an Individual would on turnpikes are nearly always belief any
In
II hire of the theory of com'lVational
to a '
refusing
: have to address a signed complaint to available Several months ago, Orlando : persons
particular color, religion or
the attorney general stating that, because restaurants and motor courts national origin.

of his race, he was deprived of were almost unanimous in deciding to The extent to which the A.fla7r1

or threatened with the loss of equal open their doors to all travelers. About new legislation is bound to : "-
,
protection of the laws under the half the eating and sleeping places in open up constitutional con- :

r Fourteenth Amendment by being denied Gainesville are desegregated now, provision troversies in is the Indicated pending by bill a munlsm but ,who have pr*.

1 access to a public facility. thanks to the hard work of a student of the PeopleThis J as It was passed by the ferred to stay out of any

Then, If the attorney general finds committee at the University of Flor House of Representatives. labor union because of their
convictions and have
This calls for a regulation of thereby
: that the complainant isn't able to
pay ida.The employment practices. While lost their Jobs. Under the
costs, and if he finds that legal action Ledger's position does not im- (Is The Ledger's Opinion Page forbidding any discrimination National Labor RelationsAct

will "materially further" the orderly ply any lack of sympathy for the because of "race, color, religion the employer Is permit.

process of desegregation the attorney traveling Negro family, but rather an Thto editorial ".. Men the nropopor's own opinions on molten .f current Int.,... In H.. sex or national origin ted to enter into contracts

general may file suit in the name oft awareness that the problem of pro ejrtorlol ulu", ... It welcome the opinieni; of ...4." |q the Voice of the People Cel"",.,,. Letter must ," the proposed legislation with a union of pledging the dismissal
with in-transit food .bo .,.".4 .,* eter the writer's .dd...., k.t ..."' .. will''be withheld' upon requeit. A lottor ihould not would permit discrimination an employe who
t the U.S. viding Negroes ItIIcH4 250 wards, tad poetry cannot bo u ed. The Lodger ,...,.... the right t. reject any (otter M against persons be- after 30 days, does not |JOIn
and sleeping accommodations is being of their "atheistic a union. This, of
course
shorten It. Opinions' of columnar end ether contributor' .".., dwwh.r..i .. this ,.... cause 11.
ACTUALLY,AS MORSE notes, this resolved by moral, social and eco practices and beliefs" as wellas punishing a man for his beliefs
and the cases hereto
creates no new right. Ever since the nomic pressure. In other words, why against persons who are
fore have
dealt
: not be willing to be held responsible members of Communist Par- solely with
Supreme Court outlawed school segregation enact a law to force something that Blames 'Fanatics'For for time and etern Dreamer Likes ty organizations. voluntary I agreements between

; in 1954, the courts have held seems to be happening anyway? private individuals _

in case after case that public facilities Racial WoesEDITOR ity"C.. S. B. Fat Sassy FolksEDITOR that THIS congress IS THE has first dealt time in employers the new and "civil unions.In .rIghts"

cannot be segregated. Morse says this the matter of
employmentwith
: .
The Net ResultIt legislation, however, the issue
; section simply provides "a new en- : Everyone should : I dream a lot the beliefs of an individual involved is one In which

forcement" of an existing right by was :bound to happen, perhaps, be protected by Constitutional Milk Controls of late. My latest was a lot the constitutional. If congress right claims to the government itself Intervenes .

coming to the aid of a poor complainant and it did. rights but social privileges are like L. E. Sieburg's dream. prohibit or permit discrimination and lays down the rule '
'like that
: and to that he adds this taunt: A 17-year-old factory worker in private affairs. None of us Sore Toe'EDITOR I dreamed that F. D. Roose- where color or race hire no because employer of can race refuseto color .

: "Who wants to take the position that England got his Beatle haircut caughtin has either the legal or the velt did cause us to get intoa or religion or beliefs of any religion or national or
moral right to force his : This milk business war. He fed and kind are involved then the
: the constitution and its promises are company us up igin. Congress now would
machine. is like
a a sore toe. The toe is
Supreme Court of the United
the sole of with the on others. Obvious as made us fat and sassy, and interpret this particular principle .
: property people So the British Safety Council has on the consumer's foot, and States will be confrontedsome
this would seem to be, the strong. We had to show to prohibit discrimination
to to court? being treated by bunch of
a
: means go put out 50,000 safety posters urging day with some interest- .
point Is In great confusion to- quack doctors (the Milk Commission some people of the world ing questions. Will it, for against as well as discrimination
: However, neither Morse nor Javits industrial workers to wear hairnets If In favor of certain -
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day.Many ) Suppose we vote fora that they could not push a example, decide that atheism
: mentions the flaw discussed by David they affect Beatle hairdos.We're of the conflicts In the good head doctor (governor strong country around Is a religious belief? Not typos of religious ac

: Lawrence In his column today: that strong ,for safety,:, but ,we area of civil rights arise because ). Maybe he will fire the more. any long ago in ruling on pray. tivity.
i the bill contains inconsistencies that don't believe this Is going to work. of strong social factors. quacks on the milk commis ers In the schools, it decidedin THE SUPREME COURT
This Is the more suspicious That Is the trouble with us
invite reversal the Court. lion. favor of defendants who will certainly have a hard
by Supreme
:, It has taken American safety workers when we recall the fine statements J. C.Lakeland. strong fat, sassy people. We professed atheistic beliefs. time determining just how
Its specific exemption of atheists from several years to persuade even a mi of older Negro leaders do not like The
( ) to be pushed court held that local gov congress gets the right to
coverage or protection is one blatant nority of drivers to wear seat belts, integration.rejecting the Perhaps idea of social the around.It ernments could not direct regulate employment practices

example. and we suspect by the time English mischief is being caused by The governor, by himself, costs the lives of many that prayers be said In the on the basis of religious
Beatle buffs have been persuaded to white fanatics who cause the can't do It. The Milk Commission good boys, and a lot of broken public schools because they beliefs by citing the
Ignorant Negro to be unhappy was created by the legislature bodies It also stoppeda might run counter to beliefsof words "To regulate com
THE LEDGER does not believe wear hairnets the Beatles will have those "
and lot of who happened to be merce. For congress, in
amist great progress. We see only the legislature people Jumping out
there can be any "second class citizen disappeared from the scene, hairdos evidence of a wrong attitude can abolish It. The pur. of windows, shooting them. atheists effect will not just be regulating -
I ship" if the American ideal ever is and all on the part of some who ex. pos of the Commission originally selves, and taking poison that But the problem with respect commerce. It will be
pect a total eclipse of identity. was to protect the public dreaming will not expel. to employment is not regulating relations between
health Can so simple. The pending bill citizens on the basis of certain -
None of us has this. by Insuring an orderly anyone think a weak
All of which brings to mind production and sale of hungry country Is better to in the Senate not only recog- beliefs.It .
the crimes of those well-meanIng milk without such disruptions live In? If so please go to nizes the right to discnmi- is Indeed difficult to see
fanatics of pre-Civll War as price wars. Unfortunately, Mexico and leave our strong state in employment against how the Supreme Court can
I Stogies And SouthernersIn days, the Abolitionists. In the board has seemed more fat. and sassy country to atheists and those holding be on both sides of this question -
these difficult years we should Interested In safeguarding he L.3 J. Even with my broken communistic beliefs, but it how it can say that
be seeking to learn the lessonsof pocketbooks of the dairy peo body I like it better than also permits an employer to congress has the right to ne
that unspeakably disastrous ple. If you would abolish the Mexico, or any country that advertise for persons of a gate any discrimination because
arresting and jailing the motherof Now for the benefit of the St. Au- experience. Lincoln's wordsare Milk Commission, vote for Is so hungry and weak that particular religious belief and of religion and at the

the Massachusetts governor officials !I- gustine police department, let's go appropriate: "in times stale lawmakers (house and it is pushed around by whoever to exclude all others wherever same time to permit employ

of St. Augustine presumablywere over that once again, slowly. . When like these, no man should say senate) who favor such a may. U,"as bona the bill states, religion ers to refuse to hire atheistsor
anything for which he would fide occupational believe in
course.-Editor. J. persons who
acting as guardians of "the greeting a lady, no Southern gentleman M. DURRANCE qualification reasonably nee- communism.

Southern way of life." The 72yearold ever . ,


wife Mrs.of an Mary Episcopal Elizabeth rector, had Peabody come, 'The New South'-Is It Pncikk ? I IBy

to the Ancient City specifically to Long Way To GoA
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challenge the discrimination against
RALPH McGILL the president of the University the mobs and
Negroes practiced there. recent spate of stories concern Publisher of of Virginia did not disappoint courts reveal, there defiances of were but a little more than Hamlet-hke\sotoquy.! ) . .

News photos from the scene, however ing encouraging advances in cancer The Atlanta Constitution them: ". . The great many persons not are a three years away "I worrier if the thing Is
research "The New South!" There South has regained the '. trained yet Yet. basically, Dr. Alderman .
carry a discordant note Mrs. gives reason once again to .pir.it' to observe closely, to possible?"
Peabody was escorted to the jail bya caution against undue optimism for an have been many prophets of Industrialism with whichit imagine vividly to reason accurately ferson was right. His and Jef. The
Ideal The is
who have used that phrase. started in the early days," and remains valid. answer yes
policeman who had a huge cigar early lifting of one of mankind's most A Southerner in the East he said in 1906.. "Many de- humility and toleration.to entertain It is true that the economic South has begun to replacethe

clamped between his teeth. Again, grievous crosses. recently found in some old tails remain to be worked structure of society is largely old patriarchal attitudes
papers a copy of the Charter out, but the spirit Is here. DR. ALDERMAN LOOK. responsible for its Ideals. of race and industry with
when she left the jail Mrs. Peabody The day that a true solution to the It is of
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Day address I see it In the ideals of our years ahead and saw quite correct to say those based on equality
is pictured shaking hands with a grinning scourge of cancer becomes a certainty, made at the youth. I hear it in their the old patriarchal South become that In time politics in the law. Politics Is being na

policeman who also holds a stogie no newspaper will have type big University of speech. Their ambitions re a "fierce Industrial regjon South will be nationalized by tionalized. Thought is being
I in his mouth. enough to set the headline announcingit California.Berkeley flect it, their dreams move ," with politics nationalized Industrialism and thought liberalized. And industry, as
In I about it. Twenty years from and thought liberal will become more liberal it comes. Is largely respon
These must be counterfeit South- is this boon to
so eagerly mankind
,
That
the spring of now the old patriarchal South ed. Twenty years after his process has been going sible.
erners, placed in St. Augustine by Minnesota awaited. 1906 The or will be a fierce industrial re- address, the cotton South was on for some time especially Perhaps, with this new
;: or Vermont or some other foreign Meantime "constant alertness" is ator was Dr. A gion. By industrialism I do striving to recover from the since the end of the South will come the Jeffersonian -

i power. No Southern gentleman the watchword to go by. Regular physical Edwin Anderson not mean commercialism. economic paralysis caused by Second World War. Ideal of the civilized
Alderman Commercialism Is a mere the boll weevil, and the corrosive man that he and Dr. Alderman -
I. ever shakes hands with a lady or even checkups and immediate investi- then o. sordid theory of life. Industrialism years cf depression DR. ALDERMAN'S final saw emerging from our

greets a lady, with a cigar drooping gation of irregularities in the body's president of .ii" Is the scientific mastery question remains as a brief, schools and universities

:' from his lips. It is rude, un-chivalric, functions are the best safeguards the Unlver- of the raw material and
and un-Southern. available. airy of VirMcGILL its wise distribution according
ginia, and perhaps the re- to the laws of trade. Thus

gion's outstanding educational Washington
statesman (During the Memo
COHltl
First World War he was one ncW

t LAKELAND'LEDGER of advisers.Woodrow) Such Wilson's was the closest aristocracy ..rrI4Sut"; :

of his culture that CO"les Washington
.,. Virginia had made him president considered. Industrialism I.a Is d : Quite Bureau
.A.ON.II, (RAT COWL.I III.I of Mr. Jefferson's uni- mighty and moral part of ed to pubLcntour s from a few embassies and historic old houses are open-
'
RuMi.hN JOHN "A"'ION.' '+Mq time to
I Imperial Polk County.World's rMi";fiti.Mn CLt .='MITT Olt.'It":: :i': versity In 1904 to prevent it When the movement the practice of of society.Industrialism have learned the perils of time for Various worthy causes, but the proprietors
A.... from hospitality
U tori BOO POWILLiAdvwll.no sinking further into preceding a published list and have taken steps. A note
Citrus Center ;- ,- Droctorl CHAIIUI"UNT. catches up with the of open house
genteel decay, as it was, un- tours
Ail ltorl ItICHA.O """" to wear wide-heeled cautions: "Visitors are
r ItV, Circuital 'M.l .,"rl HIMR.V der the self-governing faculty spirit politics will be nationalized shoes. Floors in requhened
SAIL. P.d wq.a M..Uw, system hopefully establishedby and thought liberalized punctured by thin steel heels. old houses cannot be

i the founder In the South, for the
The LEDGER'S telephones: All D.partm.nts-686-1151 Dr Alderman wanted all economic structure of society *
men, rich and poor alike, is largely responsible for its Problem Child: As though
I "trained to observe closely, Ideals. about what with all the large newsmen didn't have to worry
WISCRirTIOH RATU > imagine vividly, to reason "Our real problem, there tention, now they have to stew international about complications demanding at-
I HOME DILIViKYiOner accurately, and to have fore Is to try to industrialize trying to follow his speeding fear the President's health and safet)the.b}

II *" . .. .u. . $21.40 One month .... .. .r. S 1.MSi about them toleration"some humilityand our cializing society its, without soul. I commer-wonder Easter Sunday had visions of another on the way home from church in Texas
some This
Mr. Johnson when
r ", ...th. .. .. .. .. $11.70 Week . . .. ... . . S ..4SThro ideal was also Jefferson's, J the thing is possible?" whipped around two dr.chan a eover in administrations M'
lowing night the halat high And the
I w months $ 5 15 On. jeer, or moll . . $16.00 and both he and Dr. Alder Dr. Alderman was not with- the nightmare visions speed.
up steps to his watched him runt
I man believed education could out doubt, as his question reveals airplane just as though he reporters
provide It. Neither his Ideal nor never had had a heart attack

\ Published afternoons and on Saturday and Sunday morning by The title of Dr. Alderman's that of Mr. Jefferson's has all.'t. *
been *
attained as the
address was "The South'sReal present
Lakeland Newspaper Corp., Lakeland, Florida 33802 Problem." birth pains of still anothernew Charm School: Kuwait's ambassador

South daily reveal. It why he was giving a formal dinner TaInt Al Ghoussem explaining
SOUTHERNERS HAVE a has been 58 years since Dr. stead of waiting until his for Secretary of State Dean Rusk now in-

1 weakness for prophecy and Alder IJ1" prophecy and, as proverb a small house can teSSSLffl ready: "The Arabs have *? old
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Saturday, April 4, IN4 S \1
. WSCS MeetScheduled LAKtXANP: LEDGER .',


I Religious Groups' I


Tans,
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1 PAITN'PO.t INa1.TIAN 'U"III
i 05055. Tit pat ai fill r4wal ,
I In OrlandoORLANDOMethodist awawiutltf raa m. 5.1111015, i
I r Iyn
'I wom- \ 1 4 1 1P j

en from throughout the. state

will come here Tuesday and The Rev Peter Wallace

remain through Thursday for Fleming rector of St. David
the 24th annual meeting e( thechurch' a Church '
a Episcopal will
Woman's Society of
attend a marriage counselIng \
Christian Service of the Florida -
seminar In Atlanta Monday
Conference
through WednesdaySt.
Total attendance la expectedto -
% exceed 1,500. Including conference
i officers and delegatesof DavId'sEpiscopal

512 church societies and affiliated Church

a Wesley, Service I MS U...**' t>'.

Guild units.Sessions Wflcomtt You
will be held at REV. ROSS S. R1IOADJ REV J, E. IIODGES REV. JACK ED MONO
First Methodist Church with -s.nl..1--
.He Command*-W. Obey"as dun I:10 AM.,10111 A M.
the program theme. Baptist Churches To Mark 150th Ckuxk $aha.) 1115 e.N.

h'P Members Number 47,400 ivasuSs ( ',MTl .
<. ..* pow. WAI1"N PCmOLr.rlw.
ha One of the state's largest a..,..
--- women's organizations with I.
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With Revival
more than 47000 members, Anniversary SeriesA
the WSCS ia affiliated with the UNITY
CHARTER DAY will be observed tomorrow at Lakewood Park Methodist Church at
the 11 service Woman's Division of the Methodist CHRIST CHURCHBhunk
am. Charter members will receive a charter
membership certificate like "Jubilee Revival" marking BONNY
the one the Rev. William B. Caldwell is showing Mrs. R. 0. Barfield, a charter member. Board of Missions church's It the 50th anniversary of Homecoming services A. th kUrar* 00,11, Mix? WwdiOxiM MM
the are
The certificates will be presented by John Sargent, district helps support Sunday D.vot>un 1 II I AM.
church lay leader. Mrs. John missionary at home organized Baptist work Is being scheduled at "
program Bonny Bapti.tChurch Sublet: Awak* Thou That
W. Branscomb will
present the pastor and the lay leader with a church organization certif and In 40 other countries conducted this month lit I.pot . .f
tomorrow with all
icate, signed by her late husband
Bishop Branscomb Mrs David R. Thurman of Baptist churches throughoutthis Tu,0d.p nus 111
Miami Is president of the Florida area former members and friends Alt L. Pork et teas

Conference WSCS Other The Rev, Otis Hooks of Invited. The evening service Sunday School Meets

general officers are Mrs C. Eaton Park heads the evangelism marks the beginning a week at 2M S. Iowa

AT THE CHURCHESl Durward Johnson, Quincy. committee which Is In of revival services. The Rev

Vice president Mrs Karl charge of arrangements for Robert Yates of Jacksonville
I - Stoneburner, Stuart recording the meetings Also serving on
I be
secretary, and Mrs. L. F. the committee are: the Rev will evangelist PHILLIPSFABRICS
FIRST PRESBYTERIANThe of Grace Lutheran Church In tion will be on April 12 at 3 Shore Jacksonville, treasurer Ernie Habecker, the Rev El- Other churches participating -

Rev Ralph C Arbaugh, Raleigh, NC, will have the p.m. when the Rev, J. Stuart To Elect Officers vin Hall the Rev W. E Witte, Includes: Crystal Lake,
of First John A. Hogan of Tuscaloosa '10" S. florid
pastor Presbyterian liturgy. New officers are due to be the Rev James Wade of Bar.
Church, has announced that ST. PAUL LUTHERANThe Dickson, former moderator of elected for two-year terms. tow and the Rev William Wilson Ala, April 12.19; North Flor- rk.n MU Mill

for the accommodation of church information class the Florida Synod will give the Speakers will Include Bishop Ida Heights, Jack Sutherland, I This Wesk's Special
members and guests, the 8:43: dedication pastor, tomorrow, April 19,
for adults will not meet tomor address A recep James W Henley of Jacksonville Churches participating In
and 11 a.m. services will continue row afternoon at 4:30: o'clock, tion and tour of the building who administers Methodist the revival that have not Westside, Norman Hanson, i ANTIQUESATIN
March 29! 12
Winston
April
on Sundays. The Sunday It work in Florida and previously announced plans :
as usually does, due to the will follow. Church officers'
George Liner of Bartow, tomorrow
light service will be at 7:15oclock follows
groundbreaking ceremonies at Cuba: Miss Maryruth Nickels, are as :
wives will serve as hostesses April 12; Lake Ruth
Christ Lutheran Church, the a former missionary to India EATON PARK S9
Mission of Bartow Harold -
and church
WESTMINSTER school teachers
Rev R. A and now a field worker for the Yard
HUlgst, pastor, announced -
Revival services start at Davis, pastor, tomorrow-
PRESBYTERIANWestminster will be in
charge of Methodist Board of Missions
receiving ; REV C F GIBSON
Eaton Church 12 Meade
Presbyterian visitors in the classrooms. the Rev Dr George A Foster, Park Baptist tomorrow April Fort Tom ____.._.___n___
UNITARIANUNIVERSALIST and end April 12,> Rowe Jr of Atlanta, tomorrow
Church's Sunday school will
The church
will be of the Palma Ceia
nursery pastor
have its convocation tomorrowat George Gerlach of Winter open for preschool age children Methodist Church in Tampa, Services will be held nightlyat -April 12.Kathleen The End et| Year Search far o Friendly Church
Haven will speak Sunday at 10 7:30 o'clock and Tuesday J. B. Norris, pas-
9:30 in the educational
a.m. during all dedication activities and the Rev E J. Fender-
a m. at Lake Region Unitarian through Friday mornings at tor. April 1222: Main Streetof I SUNDAY SIAYteasChurch
building The Rev David J. host who Is ,
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grass pastor auhnal I a IMarnlni
Unimaalut 10 o'clock The Rev J. E. Bartow, Shirley Middleton
Fellowship
Spratt will speak At the IIam chairman of the Florida Conference + WaiihX II 00 11Vauin ,
service will be Visitors are invited to attend ALL SAINTS' EPISCOPALWith of Hodges of Panama City Is ends tomorrow; Homeland, J, Ptllaw.hia ., a U S I ,
gold pins Methodist Board
awarded to Sunday school and remain for coffee on the the completion of the Missions evangelist and Paul E Puckettof D Robinson, pastor, ends tomorrow I (1' tanini Warthia 11t a IWH ,

pupils having perfect attend. patio after the service octave of Easter tomorrow, First Baptist Church In Peace Creek, James ( atvtidit ftuar slat < MIMV sear,
FIRST CHRISTIAN All Saints' Episcopal Bartow will be the song leader L. Knight Jr of Winter Haven .
ance for one year. (Disciples of Christ Church daily services will Mist Ann Cochran will ends tomorrow TIINITY MSTNODIIT,., csuue, $
) Corn db A N WS 11,15 SI.ult.
* Approximately 100 young continue as follows: daily I Mulberry I IMu play the piano. A nursery an, a. c dN.,0, Puts
The ---- It
Women Associationwill
people from Polk County reading of the Matins 7 a.m. will be provided.

sponsor a family night Christian Churches will meetat followed by Holy Eucharistat [ BERRY-Mr. EDGEWOODThe L
and Mn
Wednesday at 8:30: o'clock in First Christian Church tomorrow 7U: Thursdays, second Curly Clarence Wilson, and Rev. Clell E. Gibson of U01'IIEIt'ti

the church social hall. A covered for the 1964 kickoff celebration of the Eucharist daughter, Shirley, and her Durham, N.C., will be evangelist -
dish supper will precedethe Dine-A.Mite. First Christian at 10 a.ra.; last Wednesdayof grandparents Mr and Mrs at the revival starting SPECIAL

program on the mission CYF and Chi Rho groups will month, Holy Eucharist ate J. G. Smith, all of Mulberry, Monday at Edgewood Baptist .
theme "Southeastern Asia"Mrs be hosts Miss Beth Knapp Is p.m. Saints' days will be have entertained relatives Church. Services will be held

Norman L. Sharp will begins at 4 p.m., followed C observed at the daily Eucha from Columbia, S.C., Mrs rightly at 7:30: o'clock, end. House Of Glamour
show a film on "Good News In general chairman. Registration rise, with no second celebrations Inez Strickland and Mrs. Es- Ing April 12. Wally Poor will Beauty Salon

India. Devotions will be led by begins at 4 p.m., followed except when such days tell Sloan The visitors will lead the singing A nursery A SPECIAL PURCHASE A SPECIAL PRICE
the pastor, the Rev Dr Evert fall
on Thursdays The office
by recreation, supper and return to their home this will be provided.
A. Cremer.ST. a film on "What Is a Christian of evening prayer will weekend WEBSTER AVENUE QUALITY PERMANENT WAVES

DAVID'S EPISCOPALThe .T"FIRST be read daily at (30 p.m. in Mr and Mrs Warren D. The weeklong revival starts I
Junior Daughters of the the chapel. Sunday's schedule Parker II and Miss
daughter,
ASSEMBLY OF GOD tomorrow at Webster Avenue $
King of St. David Episcopal The; 12th annual Sunday will be unchanged Susan Parker, and her cousin, Baptist Church with the Rev t C95

Church will leave this morn school loyalty campaign at Hal Stiwell, all of Robblns- Jack Edmond of Irving, Tex, f While They Lost Only ? Complete'
ing at 9 o'clock for Christmas First vllle, N.J.. have returned will
He
speak
Fla, where they will be joinedby tomorrow Assembly and of will God continue starts Date Book home after visiting her with nightly as evangelist at 7:30: o'clock, and ";..!. Stop In *r CH MU 9J24 fe, J".;*ra .*r

a Junior Daughters group through Pentecost relatives the Rev Dave Werner will
from Orlando for a visit in May 17 An effort will be Sunday madeto LAatLANC Amy toes QUILS 0rimr They/ were house guests of direct the music A nursery House Of Glamour
Peace Garden. The business .. Mr. and Mrs. James L.
encourage and junior art la patula w.Nrtelorl Young will be provided.
will be attended by perfect attendance and 011. at 10 in. Mrs. and and 910 CNSbe *..4 No**
meeting in the Sunday school. The Wimfrrd MIMinur and Tom 11I11.|| daughter, Sharyn, the GAPWAYThe
Mrs. Juanita Tucker, national theme is "Great is Faith from on. Imlfnctora 7 Adult MIN painting Cornens.n clataLm James Ray Young family L Owl Thura. N,I* ar AawlnbMKt, fat e5. taw*,** .rd,
Wilson Thy ... instructor" Rev, Roy Reynolds, REV, ROY REYNOLDS
chairman and Mrs Amy .a A Lodwtek They also visited with his
fulness. Achievement awards Airport of Lake Magglore Baptist __ _____.___". 00- ._. ._
Diocesan chairman. mother Mrs. Warren D Parker pastor
will be THloaO'MICAL SOCJITY 770
presented the last Sun-
* ? .at 24.27, W.b.r at Thou I.. of Tampa. Mr and Mrs Church In St. Petersburg,
of
day the
campaign n1. .d 0,000And
Tomorrow afternoon, memo HRST UM .I landln llbnrrPAST Bert Parker of Brewster, and will conduct revival servicesat 274S Sunsbttk gtietCry3to
BAPTIST ,
bers of the Episcopal Young (Mulberry) NORA 4 NOIL. mtctna BRANDS at 1 JO CLUB pr.IL..1110m. other relatives Gapway Baptist Church tomorrow i
Churchmen, accompanied: by MULBERRY 01.,., Janata ZI un..u. 1M Warren D. Parker III. whoIs through April 12 < NURSERY
Dr. Leon W Park DtCITRUS nightly at 7:30: o'clock Music
their advisor, Dr Russell H. CaNTIM CiRANQK ITS with the U.S. Navy stationed t
will in Gambretl, president of FlorIda bar auction .......r at C p m aiClrl on the USS Franklin D will he directed by M L I
Cole Jr. a
compete .
Baptist Bible Institute, has BMut BOlua BIUUUM o MbO "Bud" Hudson, minister of
.t Tea Roosevelt Naval
speech contest at St Pauls pm.LARILA140 (CVA-42) at
been elected Interim pastor of CMA.III 151. NA. music. A nursery will be provided -
arrived In
Episcopal Church In Winter TIONAL AtOCIATION 0' IIITIIIID Station. Mayport,
Haven on the topic "Not Only Mulberry Mulberry First First Baptist Baptist Churc nar CIVIL at SM"LOYla.noon butlnaM eoprpd MM.11"on at dID-1In Mulberry Saturday afternoonfor GRAND OPENING :; ;
With Our Lips But in Our bacmrnt 9! Moon II. Building a weekend visit with parents FIRST
Church. He will nllrtd PMUralCKI1
servicesat Clfla
begin a.rWPOwpiolr, and relatives The Park Revival services: start tomorrow
Lives the church tomorrow. ........ .. *ia apply for :
* CALVARY BAPTIST AKt'0111..Alt. CltruiC en were Invited to join a dependents' at First Baptist i SHELTERED WORKSHOP for the HANDfQ.ft f J ,
The Episcopal Churchwomen ur drania '.r.a..a m aintranoa cruise departing the Church and end on April 12.
(Mulberry) ol Pubfl* Or or. Park M.mb -
will have a covered: dish lunch MULBERRY ra art U aonuet tin, Jamaa' Maa-. Naval Station in Mayport yes The closing night will serve
Homecoming l>n or Mn Charlaa Artri eoncarn.in
for Youth Week,
eon meeting Monday at 11 services will be held tomorrow pick up' or ptntf )nt rmation. a a kick-off SATURDAYAPRIL
am Mrs. Arthur F Kaln, at April 1219. The Rev. Ross S.

president, will preside Babysitters Church following Calvary the morning Baptist Rhoads, evangelist-at-large Fuller's Old 4 9 A.M to 5 P.M.
McNeal for Dr Charles
Miss
will be provided services The Rev. Walter Griffin Fashioned Revival Hour, will Saturday t, Sunday

CHRIST LUTHERAN of Arkansas will speak He lead the revival Steven Mus- SUNDAYApril

Christ Lutheran Church will Is a former pastor of Calvary Mr. ZebendenAre to, musical director and plat '

have groundbreaking cere- Baptist, at the time the church form coordinator' the RossRhoads 5 -1 P.M. to 5 P.M. SPECIALFERTILIZER
monies tomorrow at 3 p.m. at was named Arch Street Baptist : : Evangelistic Crusades

the church site, corner of Church. Those attendingare EngagedMr will direct the music,
Granada and Lakeland Hills to bring a covered basket A revival choir will sing

Boulevard Services will be dinner and Mrs. Harold E. nightly at the services held at '
conducted by the Rev W J, FIRST PRESBYTERIANLake McNeal of south Lakeland terday.PATRICIA 7:30: o'clock. The Sunday 2745Sunshine 6.55

iynatschk. pastor, with the ( Alfred have announced the engagement school will promote attendance DriveN 'C' 4

Rev R. A. Hmgst. pastor of LAKE ALFRED First of their daughter Patricia through use of the "pack.a- 50 Lb. 7 7
St. Paul Lutheran Church, the United Presbyterian Church Ann, to Christopher Sylvester : pew" plan_ r Crystal Joke
mother church speaking has moved into its new building Zebenden .of Highland Bag -
The first spade of earth will on Haines Boulevard and City, son of Mr and Mrs GNsLN.

be turned by the pastor, followed Glcncruiten. Sunday through Russell Zebendon of HighlandCity / INSURANCE
by the building commit April 12 is dedication week SIRVICKUnUr ( Help those who 4F 4Fhelpthemselves

tee Boyd Wooly, Fred Jest Dr Robert and the RevEIN The wedding will take place # .
and John Venus. The Rev. Dr Robert MacGowan and June 20 at St. Joseph Cath- : ItBihfw, ) --
Mrs. Hingst will turn a spadeof the Rev. David Dietzel will olic Church. Inc.Ml AP.eL mimaymMAYHALL
earth as representative of speak Sunday Friday will be The bride elect la a 1962 _e. Ton*. Ay.. PH t..-mi esrrr
--
the mother church. After the "community day" with the graduate of Lakeland High '.,' .. II J I
ceremony, church memberswill Rev Darrold Storm, pastor School where she was a member .
be invited to turn the of First Methodist Church, and of the Anchor Club and ANN McNEAL

earth In the form of a cross the Rev O. C. Horton, pastor Pan American Club She is RELIGIOUS : '
The edifice to be constructedwill of First Baptist Church, employed by Florida Tile industries -1 DEBATj N '

be the first unit of the conducting community dedication as a aecretary.: pectlv: bridegroom Is ,
complex of facilities to be services at S p.m. A 1963 graduate of Bartow ployed by the Polk

constructed on the site Esti- The final service of dedica- Senior High School the pros- :School BoardLAKELAND'S AUDITORIUM UKSkAND ,
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,
mated cost of construction is ||

$61000. Dean Tilton is general w} r .. . ..
I .J' .' t

Howell contractor Is the architect and A. Wynn Com .:, );t J\' Monday, Tuesday/ Thursday I taw $

pletion of the structure is expected 1.i '

about Aug. 1.
Guests expected to attend r

the ceremonies are Mayor '. r 04 Ir .

Harold Grlzzard. the Rev.l I
August Bernthal of Winter Haven 1 11
I x ; V.
president of the Florida .
.
Georgia District of the Luth- x *,. MR; WARD :-

eran Church. Missouri Synod,
and the Rev G. Reschke, circuit 11l 1ABERT ARJ1
Winter
counselor of the
Haven Circuit. ? Idarv 1 ; > ISUBJECTS I-
.
Services are presently being . .. TQ
conducted at North Lake-
land Elementary School: The . r >a M s
I ; ,1 t
:
congregation started meetingon I ':' '
1963, and wu organized -
March 17, I
last September with I FIRST ASSEMBLY OftC.II.C,

62 members. There are presently I 11(0 ..*..M.J*> Str*' Itar, J. Pey Jduw4trrr"hegreuisg

FAITH 114 members.LUTHERAN : with 1.4 ass ielk, c.v..J s,,,.,...4: I "

The Sacrament of Holy Baptism YOU ARI INVITED 70OBR K*VI'"l ';lI::/ atC ,,

will be administered at I .....AV 5011005 .. .. ........ . LAS A... tWNietur ... 5015W" tlb66ifs / ,r
the 10:30 a.m. service tomor- ........ -... ...... ... ..- ..... 'I'_ N t7aSwd.r
Church. M.WN TW. . .. . TMAM. it NUawMI ',fj''I..''''', ,:eW..re tqs ,, ;",

At row the at Faith I:M a Lutheran.m, service the kern tl r**"h Cent whit lathes$4vm 4! t t': :\:: ;L,>' .

Revs J. Lowell Knauff, pastor ., n,, \I' 'r.:i. "?I.'
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L" C IAKELAND LEDGER Saturday, AprtH, W4 The Song Is Over But The Malady Lingers On Rights Law WouldPut




LEDGER EDITORIALSYes J Supreme Court



Justices On SpotBy



DAVID LAWRENCE essary to the normal operation .

But Is A Law Needed? rights"WASHINGTON-Tlw bill If enacted"civil Into ness of or that enterprise.particular" bust-

law, will open up a whole WHAT THIS AMOUNTS to
series of adventures in con..titutlonasm. is a formal recognition that

A week or to ago, Senator Wayne fully realized. Wvdo not agree with \! religious beliefs can be i

Morse, the liberal Democrat from Ore- the "states righters" who would destroy 1q The constitution gives congress factor in employment prac.
the Union in order to the tires But the constitution
made unsuccessful bid to have preservefor
gon, an right "to reg.ulate does not give congress any
the civil rights bill returned to the themselves a privileged economicand --. com such broad legal! power to
social status. And we affirm a merce with approve or disapprove of religlous -
Judiciary Committee for hearings and belief that any merchant who invites M foreign na beliefs. In fact, it

possible change. Senator Morse's the general public into his place ought tions, and specifically says that "con.

reason was obscure at the moment, but not to discriminate against some solely among the grass shall an make establishment no law respecting
now the truth is out: he and Senator leveralItates. of
because of skin pigmentation.What ." Applying Its religion or prohibiting the
Javits, of New York, the Republican we do question is whetherthe I. this free exercise thereof." The

rights captain, have found some weak public accommodations section clause the Supreme Court has even
.I._iv.maker..._ *_ ruled that congress
cannot
nesses in the bill and want to correct SE n nu
actually is a desirable or needed fea- t" pass any law which aids cne
: them. ture of the bill. There is demonstrable SSRft Lawrence religion over another. Certainly -

Specifically, Morse and Javits say evidence that Negroes are getting b'9' J ing statutes governing monopolies there is nothing to Indicate ,.
concerned about Title III of and the that a citizen can, tinder .
they are restaurant service and overnight accommodations 5 price-fning,
the bill, which gives the attorney gen- in an ever-widening \ t recognition of labor unions. the of constitution a job because, be deprived of

eral the authority to speed desegregation circle, even in the Deep South. The But nowhere in the constitu- any beliefs

of such places as golf courses, Howard Johnson chain, as but one example tion is there any explicit YET THE SUPREME

parks, swimming pools, :libraries, and serves any person who is clean, power bestowed on congressto Court has upheld compul.

museums. (Schools are covered in an- sober, and has the money to pay his take away from employersthe sory unionization and hat

other part), Here's the way Title III check. Non segregated public facilities right to choose their em ruled against citizens who do
would work individual would ployes even if this means not profess atheism or any
: an
on turnpikes are nearly always
(
belief in the theory of
refusing to hire of com.lvatlJt1f1 -
have to address to persons a
: a signed complaint available. Several months ago, Or-
: the attorney general stating that, be- lando restaurants and motor courts national particular origin.color, religion or

cause of his race, he was deprived of were almost unanimous in deciding to The extent to which the

or threatened with the loss of equal open their doors to all travelers. About new legislation is bound to Nla ,j,

protection! of the laws under the half the eating and sleeping places in open up constitutional con

Fourteenth Amendment by being de- Gainesville are desegregated now, provision troversies in is the Indicated pending by bill a munlsm but ,who have preferred

nled access to a public facility. thanks to the hard work of a student voice of the People as it was passed by the to stay out of any

r Then, if the attorney general finds committee at the University of Flor- House of Representatives.This labor union because of their
calls for a regulation of convictions and have thereby
that the complainant isn't able to pay
lost their
ida.The employment practices. While Jobs. Under the
costs, and if he finds that legal action Ledger's position does not imply \ \ The Ledger's Opinion Page s=saras forbidding any discrimination National Labor Relations

will "materially further" the orderly any lack of sympathy for the because of "race, color, religion Act. the employer is permit.

process of desegregation, the attorney traveling Negro family, but rather an nil '!trial pea .M.n the s.wsa p's "II plnlent Bit matttn .f currant iit .r.tt In tti. sex or national or- ted to enter into contracts
I general may file suit in the name of awareness that the problem of providing lltarld the U.S. with in-transit food k. ilgn4 and ...r the welt.,', add,,, but .*"'... will b* withheld up** Mqu.it. A letter ihovU M4u4 would permit discrimination of an employe who,
I Negroes 259 w.,,,., end, ftttrj (.mint b* vn4. Th. Ldgr rattrvtt the right N rct| *ny letter *f against persons because after 30 days, does not Joina
1 and sleeping accommodations is being hort,* I'. Opinion .f columnnti end other contributor/ eppoar olMwhor on hlt p.... of their "atheistic union. This, of course Is
j ACTUALLY, AS MORSE notes, this resolved by moral, social, and economic practices and beliefs" as well punishing a man fur his beliefs
creates Ever since the In other words as against persons who are and the cases heretofore
t no new right. pressure. why
rot be willing to be held responsible members of Communist Par have dealt solely with
I Supreme Court outlawed school seg- enact a law to force something that Blames 'Fanatics'For for time and etern Dreamer Likes ty organizations. voluntary I agreements be.

i regation in 1954, the courts have held seems to be happening anyway? ity." tween private individuals _
in case after case that public facilities Racial WoesEDITOR Fat FolksEDITOR THIS IS THE first time employers and unions.
t C. S. B. Sassy that congress has dealt in In the new "civil
rights"legislation
; cannot be segregated. Morse says this the matter of employmentwith
however, the I Issue .
The Net ResultIt
; section simply provides "a new en- : Everyone should : I dream a lot the beliefs of an indi involved is one in which
forcement" of existing right by be Milk Controls of late. latest vidual. If congress claimsthe the .
an was bound to happen, perhaps, protected by Constitutional My was a lot constitutional government itself intervenes
coming to the aid of a poor complainant and it did. rights but social privileges are like L, E. Sleburg's dream. prohibit or permit right discrimination to and lays down the rule t "

: and to that he adds this taunt: A 17-year-old factory worker in private affairs. None of us 'Like Sore Toe'EDITOR I dreamed that F. D. Roose where color or race that hire no because employer of can race refuseto color .

1 "Who wants to take the position that England got his Beatle haircut caughtin has either the legal or the velt did cause us to get intoa or religion or beliefs of any religion or national or .
t the constitution and its promises are moral right to force his company : This milk businessIs war. He fed us up and kind are Involved, then the igin. Congress now would
a machine.So like a toe. The is
sore toe
Supreme Court of the
S the sole property of people with the on others. Obvious as made us fat and sassy, and United Interpret this particular principle .
the British Safety Council has on the consumer's foot, and States will be confronted
this would seem to be, the strong. We had to show to prohibit discrimination .
: means to go to court? put out 50,000 safety posters urging being treated by a bunch of some day with some Interesting .
point Is in great confusion to- quack doctors (the Milk Commission some people of the world questions. Will for against as well as discrimination
it.
: However neither Javits
Morse
nor industrial workers to wear hairnets if In favor of cer-
). Suppose we vote fora that they could not decide
day.Many push a example, that atheismis
; mentions the flaw discussed by David they affect Beatle hairdos. of the conflicts In the good head doctor (gover. strong country around a religious belief? Not tain types of religious activity -

: Lawrence In his column today: that We're strong for safety but ,we area of civil rights arise because nor). Maybe he will fire the more. any long ago, in ruling on prayers ,

i the bill contains inconsistencies that don't believe 'this is going*to work.It 'This is of the strong more social suspicious factors quacks on the milk commis That Is "the trouble with us In the schools, it decidedIn THE SUPREME COURT
invite reversal the Court. lion. favor of defendants who will have hard
by Supreme certainty a
: has taken American workers
safety when
we recall the fine state fat
J. C.Lakelud. strong, sassy people. We
professed atheistic beliefs. time determining Just how
Its specific exemption of atheists from several to persuade even a mi menU of older Negro leaders
do
years
( ) not like to be pushed The court held that local governments congress gets the right to
coverage or protection is one blatant nority of drivers to wear seat belts, Integration.rejecting the Perhaps idea of social the around.It could not direct regulate employment practices

example. and we suspect by the time English mischief la being caused by The governor, by himself, costs the lives of many that prayers be said in the on the basis of religious
Beatle buffs have been persuaded to white fanatics who cause the can't do It. The Milk Commission good boys and a lot of broken public schools because they beliefs by citing the
THE LEDGER does not believe wear hairnets the Beatles will have Ignorant Negro to be unhappy was created by the legislature bodies. It also stoppeda might those run counter to beliefsof words:" "To regulate com
amlst great progress. We see and only the legislature lot of people Jumping out who happened to be merce. For congress, In
there can be any "second class citizen disappeared from the scene, hairdos evidence of a wrong attitudeon can abolish It. The purpose of windows shooting them. atheists. effect, will not just be regu
r ship" if the American ideal ever is and aILII the part of some who expect of the Commission orig selves, and taking poison that But the problem with respect lating commerce. It will be
a total eclipse of identity. inally was to protect the pub dreaming will not expel. to employment is not regulating relations between
None of us has this. lic health by Insuring an orderly Can anyone think a weak, so simple. The pending bill citizens on the basis of certain
f All of which brings to mind production and sale of hungry country is better to in the Senate not only recog beliefs.It .
the crimes of those well-mean milk without such disruptions live In? If so please go to nizes the right to discrimi. is Indeed difficult to see
II ing fanatics of pre-CIvll War as price wars. Unfortunately, Mexico, and leave our strong, nate in employment against how the Supreme Court can
Stogies And SouthernersIn days, the Abolitionists. In the board has seemed more fat and sassy country to atheists and those holding be on both sides of this ques.
these difficult years we shouldbe Interested \In safeguarding the L.3. J. Even with my brok. communistic beliefs, but it tlon how it can say that
seeking to learn the lessonsof pocketbooks of the dairy peo en body I like it better than also permits an employer to congress has the right to negate
that unspeakably disastrous ple. If you would abolish the Mexico, or any country that advertise for persons of a any discrimination because
arresting and jailing the motherof Now, for the benefit of the St. Au- experience. Lincoln's words Milk Commission vote for is so hungry and weak that particular religious belief and of religion and at the
the Massachusetts governor, officials gustine police department, let's go are appropriate: "In times state lawmakers (house and It is pushed around by whoever to exclude all others wherever same time to permit employ

of St. Augustine presumablywere over that once again, slowly . When like these, no man should say senate) who favor such a may Is ,"a as the bill states, religion ers to refuse to hire atheistsor
bona
anything for which he would course.-Editor. J. M. fide occupational persons who believe in
acting as guardians of "the greeting a lady, no Southern gentleman DURRANCE qualification reasonably neePossible- communism.
Southern way of life." The 72-year- ever . .

old Mrs. Mary Elizabeth Peabody
,
wife of an Episcopal rector, had come 'The New South'IsBy

to challenge the Ancient the discrimination City specifically against to Long Way To GoA It ? I Iwere

RALPH McGILL the of the
president University the mobs
Negroes practiced there. recent spate of stories concern Publisher of of Virginia did not disappoint courts reveal and, there defiances of but a little more than Hamlet-Jlke\ollloquy. . .
News photos from the how ing advances in The Atlanta Constitution are a three years
scene, encouraging cancer them: . The great many persons not away "I wonder If the thing Is
ever, carry a discordant note. Mrs. research gives reason once again to "The New South!" There South has regained the 'spir trained to observe closely,yet to Yet basically Dr. Alderman ?"
Peabody was escorted to the jail bya caution against undue optimism for an have been many prophetswho it' of industrialism with whichit imagine vividly, to reason ac. was' right. His and Jefferson possible
have used that phrase. .. started In the early days," curately, and to s ideal remains valid The answer Is yes. The
policeman who had a huge cigar early lifting of one of mankind's most entertain It Is true that South
A Southerner in the East he said in 1906. "Many details humility and toleration.DR. the economic has begun to replace
clamped between his teeth. Again, grievous crosses. recently found In some old remain to be workedout structure of society is large. the old patriarchal attitudes

, when she left the jail, Mrs. Peabody The day that a true solution to the papers a copy of the Charter but the spirit is here. ALDERMAN lOOK. It Iy responsible for its ideals of race and industry with
Day address I see it In the ideals of our ED 20 years ahead and saw is quite correct to say those based on equality of
is pictured shaking hands with a grin- scourge of cancer becomes a certainty, made at the youth. I hear it in their the old patriarchal South become that In time politics' In the law. Politics Is being na
ning policeman who also holds a stogie no newspaper will have type big University of speech. Their ambitions reflect a "fierce Industrial region South will be nationalized by tionalized. Thought is being
I in his mouth. enough to set the headline announcingit Callfocola.Berkeley it, their dreams move ," with politics nation- Industrialism and thought liberalized. And industry, ai
These must be counterfeit South- so eagerly is this boon to mankind In I about it. Twenty years from alized and thought liberaliz- will become more liberal it comes, is largely responsible.
the spring of Ile now the old patriarchal South ed. Twenty years after his That process has been going .
erners, placed in St. Augustine by Minnesota awaited. 1906 The orator sf .r will be a fierce Industrial re address, the cotton South was on for some time especi. Perhaps, with this new
: or Vermont or some other foreign Meantime, "constant alertness" is was Dr. rV gion. By industrialism I do striving to recover from the ally since the end of the South will come the Jeffer-
i power. No Southern gentleman the watchword to go by. Regular phy Edwin Ander"."." not mean commercialism. economic paralysis caused by Second World War. sonian ideal of the civilizedman
son Alderman Commercialism Is a mere the boll weevil, and the that he and Dr Alderman
t' ever shakes hands with a lady, or even sisal checkups and immediate invest? corrosive DR. ALDERMAN'S
then sordid theory of life. Indus years of depression final saw emerging from our
greets a lady, with a cigar drooping gation of irregularities in the body's president of w5 question remain as a brief schools and universities.

,; from his lips. It is rude, un-chivalric, functions are the best safeguards the Univer. mastery
and un-Southern. available. airy of VirMcGILL its wise distribution according
gima, and perhaps the re to the laws of trade. Thusconsidered.
4 gion's outstanding education
al statesman. (During the ton'SCft1lCe Washington Memo
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First World War he was one

LAKELAND'LEDGER of advisers Woodrow,) Such Wilson's was the closest aristocracy .()J !tllS r uth '

of his culture that Co\\les Washington
k Virginia had made him president Industrialism I.a Is Moccasin Mode Bureau
ouoNs.At) COWLII III.I of Mr, Jefferson's unIversity mighty and moral part of ed to public : Quite a few embassies and
tours historic
,.. from old houses are open-
I r I P lie .uM"hwl. JOHH "A.OOH.I.... In 19M the movement of society. time to. time for
Imperial 0 County = CllV. XAMM' ;?.' to prevent it have learned i\ariousJworthy but thc proprietors
II the causes,
U.N.I' JarWorld's When the practice of industrialism perils of hosn
.,, SOPO .. from sinking further Into
Aate E1.' preceding a published llty, and have A note
taken
Citrus Center list steps.
I A".no D..avo CHAIIUI catches with the of
genteel decay, it up house
HUHT, Au4l" IIICHAIID NIAN.P.a.e as was under ed to wear open tours
.. 1TL. :. ..:.:n:..::..NINNY... the self-governing faculty spirit politics will be nationalized punctured by wide-heeled thin shoes." Floors ta old houses cautions: "Visitors are request-when
system hopefully establishedby and thought liberalized steel heels. cannot be repaired
i the founder in the South, for the
The LEDGER'S telephones: All D.partm.nta-686-1151 Dr. Alderman wanted all economic structure of society *
men, rich and poor alike, is largely responsible for its : As though
"trained to observe closely, Ideals. about, whaTVith1 the newsmen didn't have to worry
WiSCRirTION: LUll large
i I *< imagine vividly, to reason "Our real problem therefore tention, now they have to international complications demanding
HOMI DIUVUYiJ Is to try to industrializeour stew about the theThOs.
1 1 accurately, and to have trying to follow his President's health and
about them society without commercializing speeding car on the safetY'T
J | ono yen $21.40 On* monrn $ 1.5 some toleration.some humilityand This its soul. I wonder Easter Sunday had visions of another quick way home from e x a I
Mr.
SIN hi $11.70 W k .: the is Johnson whipped around changeover in administrations when
p m it . $ ..45X ideal was also Jefferson's, thing possible? two cars
r Thru ".."th. $ 5.15 One 't'r, by m.il $26.00v and both he and Dr. Alderman Dr. Alderman was not with- lowing the night the nightmare visions returned on a hill at hIgh speed. And the fo1'
,.. believed education could out doubt, as his question reveal. up steps to his airplane, just as as the reporters watched him run
provide it. .. Neither his Ideal nor at aU. though he never had had a heart attack
1 Published afternoons and on Saturday and Sunday morning by The title of Dr. Alderman's that of Mr Jefferson's has
address was "The South's been attained as the present t *
Lakeland Newspaper Corp., Lakeland, Florida 33802 Real Problem. birth pains of still another Charm School: Kuwait's

new South daily reveal. It why he was giving a formal dinner ambassador Talaat Al. Ghoussein, explaining
\ 4P SOUTHERNERS HAVE a has been 58 years since Dr. stead of waiting until his new for Secretary of State Dean Rusk now m-
1. weakness for prophecy and< Alder an's prophecy and. embassy
as proverb a small house can was ready: "The Arabs have *? old l
accommodate
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will come
remain The Rev. Peter WallaceFleming ..'
'q t y rector of St. Day.d'
the 34th
church's ( Episcopal Church, will i$

Christian attend a marriage counseling .
ida seminar In Atlanta Mon.

1 .,, t o : t xt, Total a day through Wednesday
to exceed
ference St. David's

of 512 Episcopal Church

) filiated I . 145 Id.H" Dr.
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REV. ROSS S. RHOADS REV. J. E. HODGES REV JACK EDMOND
First Met Service, '-

"He Church 1.10 AM, 10:45 AM.Ckimh .

w .i ..J'Zf as the Baptist Churches To Mark 150th School I'45 m.em.tetone .
p
: The Rev. Peter W.llece: Famine. ,
One of
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,_ more women's than Anniversary With Revival SeriesA .. -

CHARTER DAY will be observed tomorrow it Lakewood Park Methodist Church at the WSCS UNITY
the 11 a.m. service. Charter members will receive charter Woman's CHRIST CHURCH
a membership certificate like "Jubilee Revival" mark- s
BONNY
the one the Rev. William B. Caldwell is odist Gllurell .. tie "OeMy w_"
showing Mrs. R.
G. Barfield, a charter member. the ,
helps 50th anniversary of Homecoming services Omu A Merer MlnleeerSunday
The certificates will be presented by John Sargent, district church lay leader. Mrs. John Baptist work Is be- are Devotional 11 A M.
W. Branscomb will present the pastor 'and the lay leader with a church organization certif. missionary conducted this month In scheduled at Bonny Baptist Subject 'Awoke Thou TherSI..p.M
and In 40
icate, signed by her late husband, Church tomorrow with all . ."
Bishop Branscomb.
Mrs. churches throughout t 1'._.. More Cl.....
Miami Is area. former members and friends 421 E. Park at Success

ida The Rev. Otis Hooks of Invited. The evening service Sunday School Meets

/ general Park heads the evan marks the beginning of a weekof at 214 S. Iowa
AT THE CHURCHES I Durward committee which Is In revival services The Rev.

Vice of arrangements for Robert Yates of Jacksonvillewill
meetings. Also serving on
secretary, committee are: the Rev. be evangelist. PHILLIPSFABRICS
FIRST PRESBYTERIANThe of Grace Lutheran Church In tion will! be on April 12 at 3 Shore, Habecker the Rev. El- Other churches participating ;'
Rev. Ralph C. Arbaugh, Raleigh, NC. will have the includes: Crystal Lake,
p.m. when the Rev. J. Stuart To Hall the Rev. W. E. Wltte.
pastor of First Presbyterian liturgy, New Rev: James Wade of Bar John A Hogan of Tuscaloosa, 1068 S. florid.Pher .
Church, has announced that ST PAUL LUTHERANThe Dickson, former moderator of elected for and the Rev. William Wil Ala., April 12.19; North Florida ,. MU 1-1211
for the accommodation of church information class the Florida Synod will! give the Speakers Heights, Jack Sutherland,

members and guests, the 8:45: for adults will not meet tomorrow dedication address. A reception James W. Churches participating In pastor, tomorrow, April 19, This Week's Special
and 11 a.m. services will continue afternoon and revival that have not Wests ide, Norman Hanson,
at 4:30: o'clock, tour of the biulding ville, who ANTIQUESATIN
on Sundays The Sunday March 29-April 12, Winston,
as It usually does, due to the will follow Church odist work announced plans
officers'
night service will be Liner of Bartow I
at 7U: follows George tomorrow
Cuba Miss as :
groundbreaking
ceremonies at ;
wives will serve as hostessesand April 12; Lake Ruth
o'clock.WESTMINSTER Christ Lutheran a former
Church the
church school EATON PARK Mission of Bartow, Harold 59
teacherswill -
Rev R. and
A.
Hingst, pastor, announced now a Yard
PRESBYTERIAN: be In charge of receiving Methodist Revival services start at Davis, pastor, tomorrow-
Westminster PresbyterianChurch's visitors In the classrooms. the Rev Dr. Park Baptist Church to April 12; Fort Meade, Tom REV. C. E. GIBSON
Sunday school will UNITARIAN -UNIVERSALIST The church nursery will be of and end April 121 Rowe Jr. of Atlanta, tomor -- -

have its convocation tomorrow Haven George will Gerlach of Winter open for pre-school age children pastor Methodist will be held nightly row-April 12.K.thleen The End ef Year Storcl h for a Friendly Church
at 9:30 a.m. in the educational speak Sunday at 10 during all dedication and the 7:30: o'clock and Tuesday J. B. Norris pas.
building. The Rev. David J. am. at Lake Region Unitarian activities Friday mornings at tor, April 1222; Main Streetof t" *>-. 'U"'DA'SUYICI.' .
Universalist Fellowship grass, host o'clock. The Rev. J. E. Bartow Middleton \ Church School " ". 141 a ..
Spratt will speak. At the 11a.m. Shirley ,
chairman .. .
11 oo
'lad Morning WarertlpTautK e m
service, gold pins will be Visitors are Invited to attend ALL SAINTS' EPISCOPALWith ference of Panama City is ends tomorrow; Homeland, J, ytcto rtllow.hip ."... 111 PBT .
awarded to Sunday school and remain for coffee on the the completion of the Missions and Paul E. Puckett D. Robinson, pastor, ends tomorrow realm worship ... .30"...
pupils having perfect attendance patio after the service octave of Easter tomorrow, First Baptist Church In : Peace Creek, James W.d. Prtror Bible .
for one FIRST CHRISTIAN All Saints' Episcopal will be the song lead L. Knight Jr. of Winter Ha mudi 700 pn
year.
(Disciples of Christ) Church's dally services will Miss Ann Cochran will ven, ends tomorrow. P TIIINITY ..,.MOOI.T' CNURCNCornelia
* ... .
A St oa' HIli CS.C.
Approximately 100 young continue as follows: daily I I the piano. A nursery ... R. C. J.rnN. tutor
The Women's Associationwill people from Polk County reading of the Matins, 7 a.m. be provided. --,

sponsor a family night Christian Churches will meetat followed by Holy Eucharistat EDGEWOODThe i I
Wednesday at 11:30: o'clock in First Christian Church 7:15: ; Thursdays, second
tomorrow Rev. Clell E. Gibson of
the church social hall. A cov for the 1964 kickoff celebration of the Eucharistat Curly daughter, N.C., will be evan MOTHER'S DAY
ered dish supper will precedethe Dine-A-Mite. First Christian 10 a.m.; last Wednesdayof at the revival starting
program on the mission CYF and Chi month Holy Eucharist at SPECIAL
Rho groups will J. G. at Edgewood Baptist S.
theme "Southeastern Asia. be hosts. Miss Beth Knapp Is II p.m Saints' days will be have Services will be held ;
Mrs Norman L. Sharp will begins at 4 p.m., followed C observed at the dally Eucharists from at 7:30: o'clock, end House Of Glamour
show a film on "Good News In general chairman. Registration with no second celebrations Inez April 12. Wally Poor will Beauty Solon
India. Devotions will be led by begins at 4 followed except when such days tell the singing A nursery
the pastor, the Rev. Dr. EvertA. p.m., fall on Thursdays. The office Sloan. A SPECIAL PURCHASE A SPECIAL PRICE
by recreation, supper anda return to be provided.
Cremer film on "What Is a Christ of evening prayer will weekend WEBSTER AVENUEThe PERMANENT
QUALITY WAVES
ST. DAVID'S EPISCOPALThe ian.?" be read daily at 5:30: p.m. In Mr and
Junior Daughters of the the chapel. Sunday's schedule weeklong revival starts
FIRST Parker II
King of St. David's Episcopal ASSEMBLY OF GOD will be unchanged. at Webster Avenue t $C95
Susan
The 12th annual
Sunday Church with the Rev.
Church will leave
this
ing at 9 o'clock for Christmas morn, school loyalty campaign at Hal Stiwell Naarta"S Edmond of Irving. Tex. While They Last Only . , *? Complete
First Assembly of God ville, N.J., He will '
Fla., where Junior they will be joinedby tomorrow and will continue starts Date Book "!some after evangelist.at 7.30: o'clock speak and Mate' Stop In er Coil/ MU 9524 for Afputlmmt ...
a Daughters
group
through Pentecost relatives will
Sunday.. Rev. Dave Werner
from Orlando for visit in ToDAy
a May 17 An effort will be made LASILSND ART DYILD They the music A nursery House Of Glamour
Peace Garden. The business :
to encourage perfect attendance aa d asdr 0l. Slb m. Mr. and be provided
Mrs
color! t 30 a ,
will be attended
meeting by In the Sunday school The winlfiwl .elhelmtr' end Tom Wil. and GAPWAYThe 910 c....... ttmi North
Mrs. Juanita Tucker, national ton III."......... Adult palntin' clue James
theme is "Great is Thy Faith. tronl -- N MIn cornelit <., .h. Olrl.
: ? Ono Thug Nile ty XpMlnlmenl Werhlnt
.
.. Rev. Reynolds,
chairman, and Mrs Amy Wilson fulness.. Achievement n.tracloh sit .t iidwiciIITY They also Roy REV. ROY REYNOLDS
awards AlrnrLTNIOSOPNICAI.
Diocesan chairman. will be presented the last Sun- 710 mother, of Lake Magglore Bap I
* day of the 1t mt.d nn Web.t.. Thai in- er of Church in St. Petersburg,
campaign. mount pod
Tomorrow afternoon, mem UM 'I m.Ilbr.natt.nd. Bert Parker conduct revival services
bars of the Episcopal Young FIRST BAPTIST a'T NOILI osaso1, CloUD, II. other Gapway Baptist Church to 2745 Sunshlnt Drive
(Mulberry) NORA d. metln. .t 1 JO p... .t
Churchmen, accompanied by MULBERRY borne" Mrs Jpnb Zlmmerm.R. U' Warren through April 12, < NURSERY Near -
Dr. Leon
W Por' .t. at 7:30 o'clock. Music i
:
Russell H. Is I
their advisor Dr. Gambrell CITRUS C..11t DRANO' 171. with the
president of Florida Crystal lake
Cole Jr., will compete in a boo Baptist Bible Institute, has Scout home .1IIa nMlos of
speech contest at St. Paula .t 730 ... Roosevelt ( Hudson, minister
been
elected
interim pastor of L".rLANO CN"11t 5N ma.TIosaL A nursery will be pro-
Church In Winter Station,
Episcopal
AaaOClaTiON 0" DITIRID
Mulberry First Baptist Churc
CIVIL IMPLOVM. entered dub dinner .
Haven on the "Not Only Mulberry GRAND OPENINGSHELTERED
topic
Mulberry First Baptist st nooo, builneM uulon' aft t
With Our Lips But In Our In bM'mrnt of M inoll Buildlnt for a FIRST
Church. He will begin servicesat Clrii Center All retire fm.r.l
Lives." the church Civil Servire employe nu aPDl let ents and services start to-
tomorrow. .mbo..blp,
* ers were at First Baptist
CALVARY BAPTIST sacs salt, sponsored b, Cllrut WORKSHOP for the HANDICAPPED
The Episcopal Churchwomenwill Ce.ler Or ni, 171' >l ,30 S m etentrance pendents' and end on April 12.
(Mulberry) o( Public drove Park Mem.
have a covered dish lunch MULBERRY bare er, te sonact Un. June' lint-. Naval closing night will serve
eon meeting Monday at 11 services will-be Homecoming held tomorrow I". plct or Mr.-upe or Cb.rln ether Internnuon Ar.r. con..ra.In. terday. a kick-off for Youth Week SATURDAYAPRIL

am. Mrs. Arthur F. Katn, at Calvary Baptist 1219. The Rev. Ross S.

president, will preside. Babysitters Church following the morning Charles evangelist Fuller's>large Old 4 9 A.M. to 5 P.M.
Miss McNeal
will be provided. Dr.
services. The Rev. Walter Griffin &
Revival Hour, will Saturday Sunday
LUTHERAN
CHRIST of Arkansas will speak. He
the revival. Steven Mus- SUNDAYApril
Church will is a former of
Christ Lutheran pastor Calvary Mr. ZebendenAre musical director and plat.
have Baptist, at the time the church
groundbreaking cere- SPECIALFERTILIZER
coordinator' for the Ross S -1 P.M. to 5 P.M. ,
monies tomorrow at 3 p.m. at was named Arch Street Baptist Cru
o a d I Evangelistic
the church site, corner of Church. Those attendingare Engaged will direct the music
Hills to covered basket
Granada and Lakeland bring a revival choir will sing
Boulevard. Services will be dinner. Mr and Mrs. Harold E at the services held at
conducted by the Rev. W. J, FIRST PRESBYTERIANLake McNeal of south Lakeland : o'clock. The Sunday 2745Sunshine 6.5.5
Synatschk, pastor, with the ( Alfred have announced the engagement will promote attendance
Rev. R. A. Hmgst. pastor of LAKE ALFRED First of their daughter, Patricia 7 v ; use of the "pack Drive 50 Lb C
St. Paul Lutheran Church, the United Presbyterian Church Ann to Christopher Sylvester plan. Near Crystal Lake 7 7
mother church, speaking. has moved into its new build. Zebenden of Highland 4L' --

The first spade of earth will Ing on Haines Boulevard and City, son of Mr and Mrs Co>m,l.tt Bag-
be turned by the pastor, followed Glcncruiten. Sunday through Russell Zebendon of Highland INSURANCESIRVICK

by the building committee April 12 is dedication week. City. ( those who
Boyd Wooly, Fred Joost Dr. Robert and the RevEIN The wedding will take place Help
and John Venaas. The Rev. Dr. Robert MacGowan and June 29 at St. Joseph's Catholic n Upshow, help themselves)

Mrs. Hingst will turn a spade the Rev. David Dietzel will Church. I be. t::=
of earth as representative of speak Sunday. Friday will be The bride-elect is a 1962 t I. Ten*. A,* .... U*>.11.

the mother church. After the "community day" with the graduate of Lakeland High I - J
ceremony, church memberswill Rev. Darrold! Storm, pastorof School where she was a member S -
be invited to turn the First Methodist Church, and of the Anchor Club and PATRICIA

earth in the form of a cross. the Rev. O. C. Horton, pas Pan American Club. She Is
The edifice to be constructedwill tor of First Baptist Church, employed by Florida Tile In RELIGIOUS DEBATE

be the first unit of the conducting community dedication dustries as a secretary I pective
complex of facilities to be services at S p.m. A 19C3! graduate of Bartow I ployed by

constructed on the site. Estimated The final service of dedica Senior High School_the pros- }School- BoardLAKELAND'S .
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cost of construction is t| ,
65000. Dean Tilton is general I .. .

Howell contractor is the architect and A. Wynn Com I .J... : Monday Tuesday, Thursday and Friday NightsOf

pletion of the structure 1 is expected
about Aug. 1. I April 6, 7,9,10,13, 14, 16, 17

Guests expected to attend

the ceremonies are Mayor 7:45 P.M.
Harold Grlzzard. the Rev.
August Bernthal of Winter Haven I

president of the Florida-
Georgia District of the luth- MR. WARD HOGLAND Church of Christ-

eran Church Missouri Synod; I
and the Rev. G Reschke circuit :
counselor of the Winter MR. ALBERT GARNER Missionary Baptist Church

Haven Circuit. ,

Services are presently being .. ..
TO BE DISCUSSED
conducted at North Lakeland a :
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Elementary Schoot The .
,
congregation started meeting - .-- -- Scriptural Music In The Worship

on March 17, 1963, and war organized
last September with FIRST ASSEMBLY OF GOD Conditions of SalvationThe

62 members There are presently 1160 lelt Mats Shot ..". J. Fey JeJmtew, Pester MU .

FAITH 114 members.LUTHERAN "Prtf/Mfhf with, Itkiltil and fe/a/ Ce.*fy !/.<. 6rery 14, Possibility of a Child of God Being Lost

The Sacrament of Holy Baptism YOU ARE INVITID TO OUR SUVICIS

will be administered at e twxdu fefte.l ... ... .... . 0.41 A .. a w 4 ew>r rVerer Meetnf
the 10:30 a.m service tomorrow S ay.da. WpMiD .. .... ,. ,It,., a M. a VevW....re. 0 . at Faith Lutheran Church.At S /p.ep p.IU Tb.1 T 0* P.. S MerMM Tlmo pLAN .....*

the 8:30 a m. service, the Wiere Secret eFtepe Caste with, t.rtt.t and Inn with' Nippy ADMISSION FREE NO COLLECTIONS

Revs J. Lowell Knauff, pastor
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LAKELAND LEDGER Saturday April 4. 1N4 _
DO YOU THINK + 1 I WHY DID SHE HAVE

YOUR CAP IS MV CAP ISDRV I TO USE STARCH ? .
Double Role In Polk Feature
Presley Plays iILTHY--LET O,K, YET ? .
ME WASH IT T
GUESS t tZ
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Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer' new In this endeavor you will think ins," his producer Is Sam Katz co-rtar. "Vegas" however will SO

long filled comedy. "Kissin. you are seeing double when man who was an apt choice to be a summer release
produce a hillbilly comedy having Presley was one of the 1 10
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Cousins. stars Elvis Presley In Elvis, the hillbilly fights, Elvis
previously scored with stars who brought In the most
a .dual role. One as a blonde. the lieutenant, or when one "Hootenanny Hoot." which was money at the boxofflce in the

the other with his natural dark Elvis sings and dances alongside of a similar genre particularly USA. in 1963 as compiled by

hair The picture starts Thurs. the other; or when one in respect to its songs and Qulgley's Motion Picture Her-,

day at the Polk Therter Elvis makes love to Pam Austin dances. aid's poll of movie exhibitors.:
Elvis clicked on the screen That he is equally '
popular on'
As the blonde he Is seen a!I and the other to Cynthia Pepper
Josle in his very first picture "Loving the other side of the Atlantic
Tatum. son of a rootin'tootin' the same scene!II
in You" made in 1956, "KissinCousins' 'i is attested to by the Herald
hillbilly family who own I Undisputed King of the recording -
is his Nth film to be survey of the top stars i in
a mountain In Tennessee, distill stars he recently released but Is his 15th Britain. COINS TO THE ReEFT ER-I MuSTADVI5p NO WOWES, HAVE OUR EVEN FISH ser INTO )Ou MUST-
third
moonshine whiskey and spend a earned another gold record for actually Presley placed SO DIVING < AGAINST THAT, THERE ARC DIANA WAS AN OLYMPIC TROUBLE, I MUST REALLY! I
good deal of their time taking: his 'Elvis' Christmas Album"'picture Prior to it he com- being preceded only by two Brit- ALONG THE REEP. ) CWNStROUS CURRENTS DIVER SWIMS uxe A FISH A5t K ou HOT MUST ASK )ou
pleted "Viva Las Vegas" at ish favorites. Cliff Richard and TO SO. r "I TO MIND XXJH
potshot at "revenooers. which was first released In 1959 y OWN 0USWE5S.JM .
MOM with his Peter Sellers
Ann-Margret as
As the brunette he plays the and which topped the $1,000.000 Itt FLOATAlONSON 1

role of Josh Morgan a lieutenant sales figure during the past AND THE WATCH SURFACE HER- a' fi
{
In the Air Force and the Yule season It is the sixth i
man chosen to placate the for Presley package to earn the
midable Tatums ao that the government -RIIA (Record Industry Association
can make a deal with of America) plaque signi- i .
Pappy and Ma Tatum (Arthur tying the SI.OOO.OOO.plus sales !
O'Connell and Glenda Farrell) figure. During his first seven
to build an ICBM missile base I years with RCA Victor his records q\j ;

on top of their mountain__ grossed more than $130 J R y vI
000,000 and the total at this
date is somewhere near the CoNT'DHI
DRIVE-IN THEATRES $150,000,000 mark. J l

OPEN 6: 9-SHOW 7)0TonighM : i As for his screen record.
Presley can have his pick of tiIE.RH
The Night NO MORE HID/MS./
T. Go O"t T. A Movie any company and practicallyany ,THOrt,
producer in the business I BEHIND MESSENGERS, EJ
AMI
I since it is common Hollywood 9 (d TtiOR! d ) 161'R TkUE toVe: THCR,>t6u CAM TELL ; '
TONIGHT ONLY I Ifua1 knowledge that no Elvis Pres- MB ALL THOSE tPVCLY
ley picture has ever failed to THlNfeSIN AER Il ,
make money, =
: In the case of "Kiss In' Cous 1

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Box Office OpensAt

AT II :00 ONLY 9:00 A.M. GROVE Coming soon The Pink Panther; with David SILVER MOON DRIVt-IN Tomorrow through Tuesday

"THE COURTSHIPOF Saturday Morning Niven. Peter Sellers. Robert Wagner and Capucine. 'Shotgun Wedding Also showing 'God Little Acre'
EDDIE'S FATHER"Gltnn
Far*-In Color Tiger Walks At 9:30

ALL CHILDREN 50c NewSellers Comedy To Be Seen At GroveBest



/ LAST known to American audiences "The Pink Panther" Is a America by becoming a hit in and this. It Is believed, was

NITI STARTS SUNDAY _. for his comedy roles Inme I tongue-in-cheekish sort of thing,what Is called "general re- largely due to the comedy pro. I

WIUWM AIJDRf,1 ? u Mouse That Roared about high doings among the lease" movie theaters. as well. vided by Sellers
3 ACTION COLOR HITS
(KHHNHEKWH FILMLAND DRIVE.IN Tomorrow through Tuesday, "I'm All Right. Jack" and "Lo playboys and playgirls of the:

N..JOrL I -Melt"':10 ONLY I" GO ABsourrccr tee 'The Victors with Albert Finney and Vince Edwards Also lita," England'S' Peter Sellers I international set on the Italian Quake Reported Near SumatraMOSCOW I

'ORT MASSACU" showing, 'My Man Godfrey,' with June Allyson and David who never plays the same Riviera Since this calls for
Niven. of[ role twice, adds another (AP) An earth 3:22: a.m.
N.. I ':11 ONLY some degree of what Is
generally quake of medium force, :
ie Interpretation to his type. apparently ' A spokesman at the seismic
AIO ANY AT THE THEATERSFILMLAND the Mirisch Company's referred to as "sophistica centered near the north station said the quake regis
Rock IM WHAT'udson / tI tation of the Blake Edwards tion" Sellers Is regarded as an ern tip of Sumatra was recorded -: tered a force of 6.S on the 10-

; I AUIIU"HDA1&-Do': production In Technicolor and'ideal man for the )job at the Moscow seismic station point Richter scale The Alas

}{ ; Today: Port .....&cn."Y'.IN" M.n" FavorlU ., .of....Merlin,lama". Jon"aid." """foIl..d..nl.r"1 Technirama "The Pink Panther An Englishman by birth and early Thursday I kan earthquake last week was
I Th. Call Am.rl.caa
;J Sport and The
quake recorded
Paula I: ." I AVON oueror'PARK-Hllani' ," opening soon at the son of a prominent theatrical was at measured at 8.2 and S.7 points.
ArWEE SROVTNIATIR," rori" and "81... of Grove Theater under United family Sellers enjoys great
Prentiss / Todarl "A TUtr WilkiLAHILANO O.IV..IN ,I IIARTOW-oULQoo.: Mutiny' on thiHMNIs'clTY Artists release fame in England for his famous OYSTERS AND ClAMS ON THE HAlFSHEltCIOIID
PARiS ) Todat' I.rau. from Tort Br.,e" -tiki Halnu Comtdi
In "The Pink 'Panther" he "Goon Show" which
11TODaY'1 Wheeler tWlrri" and "a.ni Bridn 01 T.r.on" "Pun In Acuulco" and, convulsed
} far an...POLIO Brolly TMIATI.. I UKJI""uU.lo: WALaSat.t'hot.Olin," ",.. plays broad comedy under the Empire radio audiences from
VfHIHIT.SBZ.IjIkOMCMOft Today kdvan I a to u,, Prat"RONV I Man Balloon'101 D" and 'rltahl 01 Ih. 1.0.1 direction of Blake Edwards who 1948 to 1954. In the latter year
THIATIM (Ntara PLANT CITY-Capitol' "M.q'. Pa,-,- wrote the story in collaborationwith he went on to what we call
.!!!!. .!
Tod"' "O."oM U OK o.ral" and "sport and "Gus. ol Timber.
NIWIPAPIR /NIL lIIlIIII Iie.s. Tartan," and I Maurice Richlin (who also,vaudeville where he was again rvi
NtOLINte AaCVT"THE f'firl1ff ,ILVCH MOON ."IV'INTodo" I PLANT CITY-iUrlll*, Rack A BI llBtbf '
m jy uAw.NtlweTAM : 'C.hlornla l, ." "Who' Mindlnn .' YOUIII and Danieroui and collaborated with him in Operation hailed as superlative wit From
UGLY AMERICAN" lJ1WIo [IWoII I few***MM WM the 8toro'" and "Courlol\l 01 Pd.di .' "T>t< Her .h.'o M n. Petticoat" vaudeville he into
) went
,
-.,.... _....._ ', raarr" RINo-Plorld.' "M. '.&d"ntur.. pictures.
w.lh M.'LON .NDO MIrMaY, aad. AODRNDALE--Auburn OTHER IICo""d' 01 I and Mprlm riibun Jonr,"" ud ...dln. .. Stars in the "Panther" cast This career was interspersedwith

-------- ".on" and "II foIan ....ro" I 5INRINOaonl In .Who Call i BHK g1:0'1 are David Nlven, Robert Wagner appearances on the legitimate -
Ina Mr
Me Bwai
and "Kin. kO.1 ....... Oodilllord ... Capucine Claudia Cardi- stage"The ,
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V'KUL"-II"d.)
NEW* 1"0'" and ...."Ol
WAVCKut.A-lIt.rll aerk "MI..d..nturMol film was produced by Martin originally designed as an "art" OPtN FROM II ON AM MONDAY:TIL !I eMiM.TAMPA FLA.
aPilc1 Merlin Olrl ionn and Fort: ''Ttllrtwn Bowlt; .P'rl.hl.rural ,'Jurow I comedy broke. tradition In., FRIDAY ANOMTYDAY TIL ,
OPENS TODAY! WIN1FR HAVh.N --
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of ltd; Jlma.' STARTS SUNDAY


". I Spurned Lover Mlylia FIRST LAKELAND SHOWING! Kentucky fried Chickett

Breaks
use paokV Up

to I -ADULT ENTERTAINMENT-
I Saigon Wedding DINNER

She wanted a quiet wedding . .
SAIGON. South Viet Nam
(AP) A wedding 50 miles so her Po put a silencer on
northwest of Saigon was brokenup his shotgun! 3 pieces chicken, french fries, $

recently when the bridegroom 1
's spurned commonlawwife cole flaw, gravy, hot roll . . .

'Q'L" crashed the ceremony and r WAS SHE TOO
Dnh1l'llhf
Il1R0{
did a strip tease, Saigon news.
papers reported Friday ; A OLD AT 15 ?

The bridegroom, a mechanic -
named Le Ngoc was just aboutto CfUMB'
tie the nuptial knot when his
'{ tt66 MG uninvited common law wife appeared -
As she stripped and
danced she sang that Le Ngoc de
had abandoned her with two LUNCHEON SPECIAL

a children.The bride.to-be fled OF THE OIARKS I 11 to 4 Mon. thru Sot.

II 2 pieces chicken, french fries

BIG CAT cole slow, hot rollALSO , 69f.
LOUISVILLE Ky. (AP-The
University of Louisville English FISH OR SHRIMP _

G NNFORL'ELA( SIEUENS MEL N UG fAS class The almost Instructor got what notified it ordered.the .

s tw ,&jvB1G$4w.r book store he needed 50 copiesof ,
Ktntu R 'Iri d llktcktK
.=.t crN"..w 9crolnlWa 1nHAIVAVIfIOr'1aL "The Track of the Cat." ' ;
which goes by the number -. .. c" ,
T 1990.
I Shows At 1:05.3'05.5:05.7:05.9:05: : The shipment that came In 1133 E. Main St. Ph MU 6.4151

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LAKELAND LEDGER Saturday April 4. IM4 7


ivil Rights Battle t yaw I I I I I I I I III



aid Causing Fear r In i iI iI t




f Congress Tie-Up { -1 li I I I! I t tIf 1


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EDMOND LEBRETON And the Senate session art

(Associated Press Writer tuklng up more and more of the
IASHINOTON (AP) The day leaving lets and less for MRS. 5HIESTe4EFAMOU5 FROM/ oss run STzweir- BRING ME MY Af CUT,51RI1-YOU

|te's civil rights debute Is committee work. Next week. 10 I HARTLEf WEDDING '' COAT MAT AND )> WAVEWT BEEM OUT
MR .MARTLEVBU UJ..
threatening another jam I. BURN CATERER.' CANE. fM /( IN *O YEARS //
m. sessions '
become standard CALLING? WHERE SME GOES,A WC0WN4
GOING
could .top normal inane-- Meanwhile, the House BANQUET ,r.r

appropriations OUT tf
Vfz'
of the government and keep machinery Is runningon C qJ
makers in cession late this '
time. Said
would : appropriations / NAk
r when they rather be
chairman
ticking. I .: Clarence Cannon, DMa ;.

set year, even without a filller t *
"We are adhering to our a It: sI
I Congress tied Itself inn !
knots that It was Decem-' schedule" with remarkable sac ;

before It finally passed most cess.

the appropriation bills for In addition to the District of

fiscal year that had started Columbia Interior and Trea-

preceding July 1. sury-Post Office appropriations.

his year the committees that already passed by the House

idle money bills made a bet- Cannon said The committee

start. Put the Senate log within two weeks will send along V6S.WITHALLMV

n is already building. the legislative laborwelfareand

'he House has passed three defense bills. The House Is LOVE HEART MOON tbOU

the 12 appropriation bills In- expected to pass these promptly MAID war f ttiw !

which the budget is divided bringing it to the halfway =.' .

r legislative purposes. point in iu budget work. A.

S obody knows when the Sen. "We'll put them on the doorstep

j will get to them. Its appro- of the Senate" Cannon t

i rations subcommittees haveen said, without predicting what

meeting sometimes as would happen next. But he observed I

rly as an unheard-of 7:30: aim the Senate can act fast >
to try to speed bills to the when it has to-"I've seen them SUSPENSI SHOW Lynn Lormg pertreri Milton lerle's

nate floor pass three major appropriationsin /.uahe.F In "Die leughlnf ."..... bent a bit-time cemee'le"* IS "1raNwrreta ,]...C D"f4nwn

But the committee and its a day" whe erie t. cemmit suicide, Sahir ey, April 11 en "The D.'..... O ..IOLX.O

b-panels are under a hnndi, There Is a procedure-increasingly en" en the CIS Ttlevlilen, Netwerh (1:10-9:50: P.M., 1ST)I.

are given in use-under which -
'ip. Usually they O '
iutine permission each year to money can be doled out on a

,eet while the ,Senate itself Is month to month basis when Heredity Traits Now

i session. This year the per Congress doesn't pass a depart

usslon was blocked. ment's appropriation bill by the
BRfDgyKNOCK
HAPPY
beginning of the fiscal year but MAW! YE CAM
the departments say their plan Taken From CellsBy OFF PLOWIN'NOWAN1 AUNTSUKEVt. .,

Haven YouthInjured ning Is cramped if this has to GIT.THAT OLf MULE ; :

be done. JOHN A. OSMUNDSEN findings In the most recent Issue INTH'BflRNl : .

In Clears In December NrfttV! raCunre of the proceedings of the !

NEW national academy of sciences.She r .P
Last year final action on YORK A Rockefeller r.
Cycle CrashWINTER eight of the 12 money bills was' Institute scientist has re- expanded upon her research iy, /

delayed until December and the' ported what amounts to reach- in a recent interview. ....

big, hard-fought foreign aid bill Ing Into a living cell, pluckingout Genes apparently do differ ..
HAVEN Jeffery from another in other
did not clear until Dec. 30. a specific heredity-deter-] one ways -
Shultz 16 of Rt. 2, was
,
'orman than the coding sequence
unit of life and Insert.
This year a president, vice mining
sled in "fairly good" condl- =
that determines the Information
president, all\ members of the Ing it in another cell there- -
lon at Winter Haven Hospital they It seemed
House and a third of the Senate by giving that cell a new trait. carry.
esterday after Ms motorcycle tempting to Dr. Roger to try
are to be elected In Novern The scientist Is Dr Muriel
olhded with the rear of a truck to use one of these physical y
ber. So nobody expects Congress Roger What she has reported 15T
Lake Howard distinctions!
Northwest between to
In genes
specifically is the fragmenta
to its all-year performance
)rive yesterday afternoon. repeat lion of the material isolate ones of a specific type. nurt"5Ri6NS ANDYt1U'ISINTI pIOHthNCRAONSAY NOl..
of 1963. There's campaignIng -) hereditary
Police said Shultt suffered a The gene.selection device AUNT6tSSn ASKED ABOUT T
to'do apparently into Individual WHAT*THIS ABOUT Mt WE'RtTAKIN' i TOYI51T3tANIE, JEANItAUNTi '
iroken collar bone and leg af But even optimists doubt a genes and the Isolation of specific she selected to try to separate r VISITINOTtANIEAT YOU IE'f' I GAVE HE* >
I he braked the cycle and from one another was *
genes
er the civil bill can ones that determine par. TH6 HOSPITAL NERO? Y PERMISSION
rights '
vote on
skidded 10 to 15 feet Into the ticular cell characteristics.She their temperature sensitivity, .
come before June 1. And that
slowing truck of Paul Holden would not leave much time for showed that she had Night StudentDr. '

Stanley, 20, of 4790 factors Holton Rd. everything else to be handled; done this by introducing a Roger graduated from

Contributing' on the before the Republican national gene she had Isolated into cells high school here In 1939 and
part of Shultz'were following which did not have the trait It
t convention begins July 13. decided to become a chemist. SEEJCAN1El'w
too closely In a congested area
determined and changing I
Congress will recess the
and failure to have vehicle un So probably It took next 12 years at
and the lawmakers will them.
: City College and Columbia
der control, Officer Robert
Since 1944, scientists have
and
come back to Washington University for her to get her
. I eagle said. No charges or ar push for final adjournment before known how to transform cells bachelor of science degreenot -

rests were made.. \ the Democratic nominating by injecting them with the because she was a poor

session Aug. 24. heredity material from other student but because she had

ALUMNI TO MEET This will mean bearing down cells. No "fine control" over to work days as a secretary

Alumni and friends of the on the remaining money bills this procedure has been possible |' and go to class and laboratoryat

of Southern Missis and discarding much else President however because the night sometimes until 11 MERE'S ONLY ONE THINS THAT \ WHV PIP I PONT KNOW' ALAN P1PNTl THINK IT'SZ..'
University to injected material consisted of PIP YOU 6CT A pets PROMISE ) NO, H,J. WORRIES IAE': SONS PHONE HIM 1 SHE WANT SAY..6UT I COULD TELL THAT IT J TIME t HAPT -
is expected try winter and
sippl are again celebrating Johnson mixtures of of p.m.. summer. FROM PARKEJt THAT HEP FOR.BUT I'M WHILE I WAS AT Hit CIFRCE.MrO TO SEC MM 6OMETWNO IMPORTANT J A.TALK ei1f. '
I March 30 as the University of hard to have the lawmaker enact genes many Because she had taken so V GET THE MAPEM :1URC Nil HE WAS MEETING HER AFTER HHA? Hi WAS VERY QUIET VTHt 3UPGE. ? .

Southern Mississippi'Day. This his poverty program hill ,types, : r many graduate courses while cASeWIrITEY HnLLf COURT THIS AFTERNOON' ? WRING wHCHI: ,; CteJ
observance will be held In the major new legislative objective Now it appears possible to working for her bachelor's r\

Tampa-St. Petersburg, Florida -before they scatter. change a cell's nature with respect degree, it took her only two
.
to a single specified : /
area with a coffee in the home But the chances for other additional years to receive
oi Mrs. Hilda B. Knoche. 214 legislation this year grow dimmer characteristic b y Injecting her doctorate In chemistry,

\l-orest Park Avenue, Temple every day the civil rights genes of Just one type. She became interested in biology

Terrace, at 8 p.m._today debate drones on in the Senate.)I Resolve Dispute only after hearing Dr, v'' I w f 1 r
If Dr. Rogers has, In fact Rollin D. Hotchklss. a professor /

managed to purify genes, as at Rockefeller deliver

Television Programs i her data indicate, profound the Jessup lectures on genetic

consequences may be expect transformation In 1955.:! That

year she received a fellow
THIS MORNINGNANCE'S
ed.First, It would resolve an ship to work with Dr. Hotch-
WTV.TVorl.nd.
Wss0 ty. W.L:;TV D/l.nd wtV. T.mNCs. I I Important controversy over kiss and has been concentrating mac
., .. Cs.nwl a ehann.l s a..
:: K.n.dr.{ ).urn Ch.a.I N'II" "K, Jon. c.. a..w. I the nature of the gene. Scientists on matters relating to the ( I'M MAKING THAT'S SIU-Y-. 7I KNOW IT'. .IT WAS "
lwrN' R..k'MJM. once conceived of genesas current problem since 1957. r MYOWN MXTU.NEVER I. ITd.lJT601NG MYCwtPMJLT
: iSm mmE ltU_ :::::t 55.J.. MI y mt mmE little packages of hereditary To what extent these find WHATARe\tXJ A TELEVISION GET A PICTURE G TOUSEITFOI4 FOR ASKING

C'.u,-a.r-- ;; .;. Alrla; {h.re Information loosely strung together ings will find application even- DoxNc E1.Mo? SET ON THAT S { DR 'QAM5

I 00-al.l.Iel-T"IS-AI.,.. I".w T..o"hM d. C.Rut/.....audY 10. foJ M.'uu., M.....V Alvin rms. Tu..M h.r in rod-shaped chromosomes tually in biological researchor ,-.'-- d \ r 1 JJ TAU SWEB T 1 / .
.
"II-T.. Tuo.lI. "ufl.,__.....II. fa) $, a "N To nn Tuull.if like beads on a string. in medicine is uncertain at -
OP-Oukk D'ow Jr Aue1Nn Jr Assess. Duiek D..w the moment. But there is
1..I5-0u.... D'.w J.. au..Iwn J. Auct..n Ou"k Dr.rI.leM.hN The majority view today how. no r
Mwwd .,....11 J.Nn. M."ty MwN doubt In the minds of scientists r 1k
is that merely
are
_. ever, genes
......." Jo M.hty Mou. i
/a-M.htYl.uN il OS-an Tln Tln D...... M.nu C.._ C._.. .... T.. T-; "spots" places of activityon who have studied Dr.
I Il-a,. tin t'a D.na., M n.w C..r C._... R'n T'a TII'I'lellt. chains of the Roger's report that the field
.., C C..I R.r R.- continuous
.. .. .. Im. I.
1.1-.0. ...... Nurr ears' a c.,1 __ Rw ..NM_ genetic material. Dr. Roger's of molecular genetics has been

,findings say that genes are advanced significantly.Opponent .

packages not spots ; .
"SSTMOTOROLA Second confirmation of her Of :
I work would open the way to < J 4fv.

I the exploration of the detailed u.u
At
structure and function of genes Integration

TV STEREO RADIO COLOR TV and their products. The abilityto Old I THINK WH BETTER .
should Miss Dies NO'',,, I,,, DANE! 0W YOU
Complete Line of Motorola isolate specific genes SET TO WORK'-! MRBACON JNDEMTAND.rMINlOVIWTO
.
MIGHT AS :
Entertainment Equipment help scientists determine precisely I REALLY DIDN'T. WASN'T I
FOOLING
Home JUSi .ABOUT WHEN HE YOU!
MERIDIAN. Miss W Federal WLLBLAR SAY TMC
how they are put together INTEND IOBL SllCN A
412-444 THRlAJtNLD '
ACTINDi
-LAKELAND -
102 w. LEMON Judge Ben F. Cameron.) IT. !
and how they interact MKS LASAIIC"dTY
with each other and with other I who tried three times to block,) ONLY BCCAUSE 2 FCEL SO f } ti. VDURY

THIS AFTERNOON cell chemicals. the admission of James H.'' A0UTACTNG! : / ,

Meredith a Negro, to the University -
.... alY Km. Remove Obstacle
11 -asY Ko'". Nnl n u11 tunas
a.r' of Mississippi died atl)
It wr Kin 1.n Nitta uN a. t..wK.wt Third proof that genes can
11.4-a VMl n.wr wn.l. N) a.nwnd D. Y.u KMwr0h.w. a hospital here Friday He was)!
11'11-_. You KnMYd Wmad t.t.M.Nnd_ be extracted from cells one
ace. O.rdMlm.; tM1.l.nd MM at a time would removea 73
.... N.w.a0Meru type
I 11-4'0' _. .FI.,.._. O.rdMi.ne Fu1'.n Wr..thna.a.nll R..r.YMln.tlloan. major obstacle to the possibility Cameron was appointed to the iJ 1y

1..0. W..thnt-t.Rr.rhYMlna .,:, .'..!- some day of altering an US. 5th Circuit Court of Appeals M vk

2 CO-.M... sriMN 4K'1 p..n w..tI W..tt.RIO,... I..R RNWNa organism's heredity in pre in 1955 and was at odds v.Tt
1l-Mw' ....... .
.L-30-M.-.$..-..11 sauna Mina ......... 0011 G.IJ __a.el.l determined ways. with most members of the court
-; O.-tabs.; a.KIN T. a If-.rho- a<..nq ratan: 0U/ Jun.Na vigorous segregationist he 1t I l
w-.. :,,,: MN.N FrcU n Th1.W ( Junp.
I
.1.1-1..10.., ._na P..t,... T""I"M Ju..I. once accused the chief judge of

8::; CvNU N"T.m.: .: TnNtwK ThwNYK-a: :::::: Winter Haven packing the panels to achieveprocivil
: ITU/T NASA
Ci..u TaMi-K 0 rulings.Meredith's
010-On N 1
.'..a-poINCI.w:_ci..N: :. M-T:::: Th.Mr K 0.11 CI.w United Fund LamcULTUAL Cue! MAW- WILL HEAR Of Ato BARN THC axpgCr p TD JUT NOW TAKEN
00-Y.IY Mr1.r WIMnw :MrN ::::: : I admission to the 4 Atto' 2 Ask Ow ADVISER TD I (CEEEM xV>SlflN : I'-O.ir: C.N,: :: P.ItM W. .n.r kMn1 a.Wt.UD19 .,,.. 0.5 ..r.lab1' Has $127,565WINTER University of Mississippi was S 4 COURSE, TNa PRIM; pierwaalsssp stoics etc l oacs Nil PRESENCE view wtTH THi \.yARGl
{h.< : : '
:. l.r 4w Ammr J'mmY: : a".kl.Maw/N: ON ordered by the 5th Circuit Courtof cob' MINISTERI VISITORS ptONft- AMP NERi) h&QMAN." E
.
Appeals. Judge Cameron Is- j cANStiN.. TAb COUNTHOW */ wu.L. ,
HAVEN The
sued orders three times blockIng .
)
United Fund for the greater
111. the court's order. He was
has collected
RADIO.DISPATCHED SERVICE Winter Haven area
) SI7,565-wlth an additional overridden each time. It took

J1'ear ,1. ,', Ur "l..lIe $3,500 promised an order from Supreme Court
Justice Hugo Black to end the
TV S..'.' R.die Cal.r TV S.ecslistiE.p.R Coordinator Andrew Ireland
S.rriCD 0, AOPI.ei'c.a 60 Ai, Cond.eioa.rl said this is 90 per cent of the dispute.

i year's goal and second largest

JOT-: NITE & DAY TV I fund.amount in the history of the I Ambassador Able ;

Open 8 A.M..9 P.M. Phone 686-2176 !

TONIGHT Nine ArrestedIn To Sit Up In .dR'.J I


O0.-NN,. aN.N :: = Lake AlfredLAKE I TOKYO (APV-Edwin) O. .
= {.rN
: r. _...... : wELL, TiieaPLAID FOB C9Y1OUS Rf ASOKS6AE6S O9OUSRfASOMS I IJ
)0-M.1't1 ..Mrs.Iona Ou' l /
LK"...... ...-. schauer U.S. ambassador to CO wuwl.4 c
t _{nw/m sour ARE THZESVW.O BECAUSi HS.S SO EU7
iKs.-4N-M;;Id.... .n......'..;;.. aq M. Nu.l;;;. TI;;tT TM. Truth Truth ALFRED Accordingto Japan. sat up In bed Thursdayfor J THE B AND*iM IV WOULD COUL9R8SSTIT tOU6M..ANO ZERO, FOR NOT"ABOUT "? JIi

: au-am.ll-ahlrNN ON.W ThC luu"nMC ah r." Na.Nn.nnV J.J.<.ku ku OL.Nnl'wanMNwun.nnY ON.MnTNJ. .. Chief O. A, Lewis, the Lake the first time since he was i I BEAN wA SNINGIMC UNPt, 61R1 ,.UH..AtSO OBVIOUS REASONS 9 -MAT;! aa

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-Jooto.. 0..... T"L'.N..nt ",-,_'.R."Y J..OI.J.e." 0...... nine persons In March;' Japanese youth March 24. rw$1 .

.. I'-J.e.Iel-D..II... GI"... '" Jar J.Tit... L..n...,,.."..... (I...' L........"...... wok W.'" _DN.M.r.a ..11...-... gave 81 written and 146 oral A bulletin Issued by the Tokyo m .. .

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W.I" -- warnings and conducted J.J22 hospital where ReUchauer
Ole-O '..'... Mwu yrnr.N D......... ;
I II-D.<...._. M...... L.w"011'-'" w.lk...,'... ."., 1-.0 property and security checks{ Is being treated said "the ambassador's
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u0.hl' I. Ilrr .d-N.Na' FhA
1.!a-M,1 l.INrs_' M1v' ...1..!Ou..h Assistance was granted In 103 condition continuesto w
Ms11Yww/ _
-"Mwu. NOllr..M ".'0" Gu..h cases. Improve." ,
"IO lk-OunMwk. M. ...u&,, a.K'.k.o.l6YnMMk. i
force worked
Ie ale-GYn.r.M N.wl I1M aYnMn.k.i5..M. I The auxiliary
; :;:;-: : --- -- -:33 hours during the month. Former manager .' ,Jt' r It

: N.V' Adult Adult rh..M 1M.W :.:,;.MI There were no fires of any con yer and former umpire Grover tIi.'
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.Y-M.V M. :: i3-: --- --- sequence reported during
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I Gemini Spacecraft Launch Is Scheduled Tuesday I I I If President HAVEN-Thli city'snew At Race W.Jr. and HavenWINTER Ralph Durrance. t


Chamber of Commerce The Chamber recommended

::J._ 1 ....." .....Naar-.-...>i"r '*QaiO S i M ,>?:. iTiMlsKiii,.",,,' ,,,.. ,'" a \_ '_ """ '!::1.___ president will be Arnold Silvert/ that as many Interested Winter
f1.. partner and station manager of Haven citizens as possible be
Radio Station WSIR elected at the 1:30 p.m. school board
., ., with other new officers In the meeing In Bartow next Wednesday .
chamber' meeting Thursday to lend growing support for
'j \ ,, night.E. the Winter Haven site.
.
L. (AI) Davis will continueas In other matters, the chamber
:.Jt;. t',' executive vice president : received report from J.
.
m c that, large cantilever -
.. the professional working headof Hunter Hyer
." "f ;, the chamber. signs pointing to Winter
,. ':' P' Other officers newly elected: Haven are In preparation and
\ << ,, _ _ Albert Griffin, first vice president should be up In the near futureat
_, . \ ; Carpenter becomes sec- the Intersections of U.S. High.
4 < ond vice president; and treasurer way 17-U.S. 92 north of town,
''49 4..;,J George Mulllns. '' and that widening of Lucerne
fl f... Park Road should get underwayby
1, Board Elected
r the end of the month.
.t Two-year board members: Davis reported success of the
." W. A. Berry; Marlow Baxter;; special three-day "Courtesy
; . ":i.r. W C. Whitley; Dr. George Week" course In human relations -
.' i4: ; Graf; Glen Hicks; Carleton Lu and sales promotion, conducted

tw 8:" ,t, cius; Willard Frederick; A. B. in March.VOTE .
Connor; C. 0. Spencer Jr., and
r 4
: : W. E. Rynerson.
:, Retiring: Carroll Teeter; John FOR
.. 0. Peters; Dr. Marvin Burdette;
1 '> 1I r Miss Eleanor Juhler and Tom' Wm. "Bill"
--J .:: Brandon. I

Staying on the board for one KITCHENSCONSTABLE
It i- 1_ i year more: Andrew Ireland; 4
Dick Pope Jr.; Jack Coyle;
Charles Gosborn ; Howard
Sands; Truby Jones; Warren ,
; A a Lk t. Seckel and 0. C. Stanley I
\ The general feeling broughtout
< by chamber members In a'''
\1.-1;
:: brief discussion on the disputedPolk
!:t'J; ad Junior College site is that,

-t J i l &Jt 1t;:f/1/ :he he recent school recommendation state board selection should:: that follow committee noI! ,



A a ______ ___4 _. _. '.;, ,'t'".'.'. -\" M; Winter other stringent golf site Haven.course qualifications In Polk proposed County, besidesthe site meets at I'I .. + I I


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View Supported I
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; :, .." This view was supported by
) ;..Ft, ,"",'- .. the Polk County Parent-Teacher DISTRICT 5 "

Association, meeting Wednesday -:
at Lake Wales, and has Return This Office To
LAUNCHING COMING UP Th. Gamlni I tpac.craft, ich.lulo4 for launching not wish, If laU horis.nral and lh. first .t a(. boosts It potiti.naa' ." ll b.I.. It li ilowfy rated upright been supported by chambers of Full ServiceH.
I It shown h... 01 It was rau.d to top of gantry at Capo Kannoa> for moling to Titan II launch Aft.r matlnfl .f th. ucond .t.,. and the tp.c.craH the overall length li 110 fist and tKa w.ight commerce and numerous private
vtMeJ, which will attempt to placo Hit unmanned ipacacroft Into orbit. The Mcond photo chows ISO toes UP Wlr.plioraiNonFarm> citizens of several cities In the Will RetireThis
the first ttoge of the Titan II w.. being erected In preparation for the flight teit. Gantry erector county, according to the Winter Fall Offica 24 Hour To ,
- - -- -- ----- --- -- Haven group. S.rvic Your k,
wwuowst. The tie-up seems to be the You Support' ,.
Seminole War MonumentTo school board itself, which only Ap .
I Today Employment In PolkIn has two members, at present,! 1
H. P.1. Ad be Wm. "allrl
1 .... ...
I of the
recommending support K.lehoft. C.m. '"
Be Unveiled TodayFORT A'm. nSCM,. _..T....
In state- committee -report: Austin,, ,
February At Record High
MEADE Dedication DeVane of Lake Placid duringa \
ceremonies for a Seminole War guided tour of the historical I
monument will be held this af- sites of this area. II HistoryBy Non-farm employment in of the Florida State Employ- Unemployment in February

ternoon at 2:30: o'clock at Wild-I After the unveiling of the THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Polk County dropped slightly ment Service. cpntinued to be about 4,000, -
wood Park here. monument, Agnus L. Tillis will Today is Saturday, April 4. in February, but still stood at Small losses In citrus packIng representing only 4.8 per cent : _
Delivering the dedication ad- decorate it, and the American the 95th day of 1964. There are an all-time high for the month. and construction activity of the county's labor force, I
will Gen. Sumter L. Legion Post 4 will give a military sent the employment total
dress be 271 days left in the year.Today's The
60,100 employed -
persons and well below the 5,300 fig
salute. down 200 In mid-February, but
Lowry of Tampa. highlight in history:
in in nonfarmJobs
February
retail trade added forces for ure of a when the SIRLOIN
year ago
Meade School
The Fort High Tour Planned On this date in 1790 Congress were 4,000 7.1 per cent
band will start playing at i 2 authorized the creation of the the Easter shopping season citrus Industry was suffering
The Benediction will be givenby above the number employed
and from the effects of the December
o'clock and the program will Coast Guard with 80 men, operating in of last transportation companies STEAK Lb
Col.I the Rev Milton D. Durrance,: February year added 100 workers to their 1962, freeze.
begin with an invocation by and taps will be blown to close' as the Revenue Marine with gains shown in all major rolls. Gross sales, as reported to
Ed R. Bentley, president of Polk the official dedication cere- and later as the Revenue-Cut Industries except- the transportation With French Fries, Cole Slow i
Manufacturing held its own, the state comptroller's office
and Loan Association
Federal Savings ter Service. communications O- gene
monies. did the food Industry for tax listed Polk
Lakeland. as processing purposes J
Persons attending the cere * utilities group, which was un
However, employee at $5017 million in 1963,
Carlton To Appear monies will then be asked to On this date changed.The .
below the 1962
were working ,shorter hours, slightly figure
take of the his In 1791, Inventor and philan- shown In SPECIAL
a guided tour figures were
Post colors will be presented because of the diminishing but S per cent above the 1961
torical thropist Peter Cooper was born I : Labor Market
sites which will be the
highlighted mont'ily
mid-season fruir total. The in sales
by American Legion Post 4. :supply drop was
of the Wil In 1818, the United States' Trends bulletin of the Lakeland -
by a tour
Lakeland, and the high school Grove-care: work increases said to have been caused by
band will play the National An- loughby-Tillis Farm site, scene flag was officially established and Winter Haven offices during this period sent agricultural the drop in payroll In the cit rk
of one of the battles of the war. as being made of 3 stripes and W. T GRANTS only
them. I forces to 5,000, a gain rus industry as a result of the
On the agenda will be tours a star for each state.
With E. Jr. of 200. freeze.
Doyle Carlton ai
Broward Road
of the Wildwood Park Site; site In 1941, German armies _._. --
master of ceremonies, the
program
of the original phosphate mining rushed through Romania, Hungary -
will get under with
introductions, followed way by Sum- operation; Indian village site;; and Bulgaria In their driveto Job To Begin
ter's address. Old Fort site; Sand Mountain- the frontiers of Yugoslaviaand 1
Swift Watson Mine Greece. PARKKNow"'mSATURDAY
Washer; b'7)77GROVE
The band will follow with
TALLAHASSEE (AP) A SI
America and Doyle E. Carlton Willoughby Tillis Farm site; * million job to rebuild a two-mile
Sr., former Florida governor Civil War Skirmish.site; and a Ten years ago Arturo Tos- stretch of State Road 9 in Brow- C
will unveil the monument which temporary museum.Meningitis anini, 87, announced he would ard County to Interstate stand I I
will be dedicated to the Indian ,retire after 68 years as an orchestra ards will be started by April 9. & SUNDAY SPECIALS
War Now conductor. the road department says.
On hand for the dedication Five years ago The Unit- Already a four-lane highway,
ceremonies will be Billy Bowlegs ed States rejected a Soviet demand
Diagnosed As the road through the project wile
III, Seminole chief, who that American planes re- > broadened to six lanes find ROSE BUSHESRed PINEAPPLE PLANTS
will also be at the Old Indian MononucleosisOKLAHOMA main below an altitude of 10,- two: overpass bridges will be
Village Site along with Albert 000 feet on flights to Berlin. built. The project is part of 1-95,' White, Yellow Fresh and GreenSALE
One year ago The Air
CITY Okla
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ConcentrateActivity (AP) Military and civilian Force chief of staff, Gen. Curtis I iI I < 17HAND
doctors said Friday tests LeMay, told senators he SALE 91CROTONS Reg. 37c
Seen proved that a soldier, suspectedof thought the fighter plane proposed ..I. Reg. 1.10
being infected with spinal by the Boeing Company
On IncreaseWINTER meningitis, does not have the better than the one for which SPRINKLERA
disease which touched off a General Dynamics was awarded -
HAVEN Process-' scare extending halfway across a contract. _IN_".,. MrJ Must For All Flowers
Ing of frozen orange concen- the nation
trate jumped last week as con- The scare resulted In quarantine SALE 57DELUXE
'Il'IU '
centrate plants took advantageof of 37 other soldiers and six Reg. 1.00
increased supplies of Valen- of their dependents and a warn- Beautiful Colors
cias, the Florida Canners Association log to several hundred civilians
reported today. who had traveled with the soldier W.SAIE HAND TROWELSWhile
FCA's weekly statistical report -' aboard a Drisco Railroad, Ready For Planting
showed 1,405,727 gallons train to Oklahoma City rR They Lost ((49))
j were packed during the week The suspected carrier was >
ending Mar. 28 compared to but Pvt. Kenneth R. Murray of "I'Jllfm I \ SALE 17*
548,280 gallons the previous Marietta, Ohio. .... 39c
week. I Col. J. B. Miller executive We ere able te sfftr Tremendous Values en Quality
Other phases of concentrating officer at the U.S. Army Hospital yea Reg. 89c 74c
activity were up also. at Ft. Sill, Okla., said Dr.' Merchandise due te our SPECIAL PURCHASES during bankruptcy SALERIDING FERTILIZER SWIFT'S

Movement again topped a million -Bruce Lemmon reported that liquidation, auction, business failure, manufacture
gallons, increasing almost tests show Murray does not closeout end various ether sates 25% Organic
130,000 gallons from the 1,054- have meningitis, nor is there
128 of the week before, and re- ''any meningitis involved in ailments ' Come browse around . you'll probably find |lust the SALE 119
tail movement was up about the which Murray had complained -I item you .need at TREMENDOUS SAYINGS.PANT'. Reg. 1.39
same margin to 976,113 gallons. about.
A quarter-million gallon addi- The doctor said Murray had
tion put orange concentrate In- suffered for about five weeks MOWER

ventory at 23797.574. .gallons. from mononucleosis. FERTILIZER-SWIFT'S
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Etc. At Discount Prices. '

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town ST. PETERSBURG-Detroit may be the "yuk" of Broadway

icerne but the Meta are Mighty when It comes to the Bengal of LakeSt. !

arway dalr They upped and thumped Hank Aguirre Alan Koch

and Fred Gladding for 14 hits and a 9-1 victory here yesterday

)f the at Al Lang Field. I

Jrtesyrela. It was the MeU' second win over the Bengali this season

, but It may have proven to be a costly one. Ace hurler Carlton n n,
con Rv j
Willey. who finally yielded a run-unearned at that-after :24

. .. 71.. Innings of spring pitching was struck on the Jaw by a line drive'

r r by Gates Brown In the seventh inning. He was taken to St. j
f Anthony's Hospital.
f
X-rays disclosed; he suffered

a complex compound fracture Aguirre was tagged for five

'& f of the lower right 'Jaw. The runs In the three Innings he r 1 rd

( main fracture was wired and worked and Alan Koch gave
e y.a Dr. Fred Nichols oral surgeon up his first runs of the spring _A
said If the wiring holds well In the fifth and sixth. New

he will not be out of action too York added the final pair off

I ..rL long Gladding in the eighth.

The Tigers will make the The loss was Detroit's fourth

long trek to Fort Myers this straight and left them with a i

1' afternoon to tangle with the 7-12 mark for the spring After

t. i Pittsburgh Pirates Tomorrowat Sunday's game their only other

I u 1:30: p.m. It Lakeland's[ Lakeland ,appearance will be

Henley Field they will tussle with the Kansas City Athletic n "___ ", ..,.. .
E with the Philadelphia Phils. on Thursday. They break camp

Frank Lary will pitch for Detroit Friday and head north. Detroit WHIRLING AROUND THIRD BASE R.cky Cklovito .f Kisses City AthUtlci I I. iwpin|

and there Is a possibility opens the season April H at int the hose oed Rlckio Allan .f Phllodtlphio Ph illiki I.! ipinitmf; ghee Colovito trying to Take tho

I Jim Dunning, Tiger hurler Detroit Stadium. tag. Colovito hit a triple to right field icorlng H.1.." Mthowi In tho fifth Inning ., yoirordoy's
4G
traded to the Phils for Don gam ot Srdnon. Umpire I I. Som Cerri.sa. (AP Wlrcphat)

If Demeter may do the pitchingfor RAIN POSTPONESRACE

Philadelphia. MAJOR LEAGUE ROUNDUPDrysdale
f I The Tigers were helpless before QUALIFYINGATLANTA

Willey and rookie Jerry

Kinsley, who finished as they; (AP) Rain postponed -

collected only five hits They the third round of qualifying Goes Route

v a also tossed in a pair of errors Friday for the Atlanta 500 ;
l Dick Smith homered and stock car race Sunday piling up

Bob Taylor had three doublesto a busy slate of activities Satur-

RAIN, RAIN GO AWAYt Paul McC..". third-grade itvdnt In Dvitport, low lead the Met attack. Hank day.

school. ctvfchkt S btMboll sod bat whip leoklnf cut of roin-iplortorod window. TkuiuUrarormikopt A preview of the $72.000 race
ITMOIT (A) kk'hIN. VOK tho yourr.*n Intld Tkundoy. Nm<-,..,-old P...1. on .rd.nf baikbkll Ion, dooin't hold with 0.w5,0w. 1 I I 5Mwi,,\hI Ik I Is scheduled Saturday when six Dodgers Rout Reds 12-2

Hot "April ik.wtr. krln* M., fl.wo,." |J.... AP Wiropkoto) turn,* I k> Sll Hlcknun kf ii. former winners compete in a ,
DvmMkr kf 4 e Tartar race of champions.
K.l.n./ rf I rf t i i .
1 C..h Ik 1 ::=n?Ik 111 me six'lap race features two h___ __ _.. .. ..... ,
"M.Aul.tfk M 4 5 I '._1 M 4. I VC.KURon tU )LfI ana Harmon Killebrew( each collected -ball exhibition victory over the
Putts Put wwt ...... Fords two Dodges
Ik a a I c" ttir K 1 0 0 a Mercury
WMtf )k a 0 I W.I'toy 100Mrkk and a Pontiac. Fairly smashed three hits two.Milwaukee. Kansas City Athletics Friday.

k 4000 J I. Ninaw Onhtor D JLifs..Tdrv I 0 08sr.p The champs Include Fred Lor and Don Drysdale went the distance scored all three of The A's collected 12 hits
? I and allowed seven hits as its runs in the third on a walk,
ea T"" .sore enzen, Elmhurst III in against four Philadelphia pitch.
a 1964
I leeAatre.k the Los Angeles Dodgers routed Rico Carty's double and sacrifice -
'Rawls In Ford; Glenn (Fireball ers. Including home runs by
I It Tkui sTTsi of )) Roberts Cincinnati 12.2 Friday In an exhibition flies by Felipe Alou and Gu Nelson Mathews
Daytona and Jim
Beach Fla
ul fop N.eIn/ TUll a- 196
baseball Bell.
f ItriMk D....'. fut<*' lr, W.IHr m_Tin 001 (00_I Ford) Junior Johnson of Ronda game.Fairly' Hughes.
three Jim Roland
singles went the first four
N.w T..k INI 071 'U Ia.11100' . N.C. 1964 pacedan
.
.' S, PO-A-D.Lmt. (IAI. Dodge; David Pearson 18.hit attack on Joey Jay Innings for Minnesota and got The Phillies scored all of their
Hop SpotST. 14 II' Nn Vork N IT 111 t> of Spartanburg
S.C. 1964 in the
runs first five
McAulff..CJ :: Innings
Lumk* C..hi 1.00 Bill McCool and Jim Dickson credit for the victory I
r -0.*...,)((0), Ii Tkyl.p, NM I.Vkrk Mielim ni 10 964 I Pontiac and Rex M.n..t. 41* :200 14._11 1* 0
HIIlth, 5A-AIMnan. ; White of Gonzalez drove home a run In
PETERSBURG (AP) II.Alfcj.ni and triple and Maury Will cftn.Kl.r,. i km.th II), Ktll.y (*).
Betsy Ann Rswls pulled her Saturday, Apra 4, IM4 $ Smith"..,. 11.,1.... ,Tar.., S. ..", ....t S Spartanburg S.C., 1964 Mer had two doubles funs Pt'00' 111 111 and fiah, T....."./.1 Itoof and tmrlnan.(fll., Roland. the first and accounted for Jin-
Hickirtkn
Altman' OrMniu cury. other in the
third when
W-It..n. the
game together on the second AOUIrn 7 *0 Positions I The Dodgers sewed up the H..... ....a-M L-I..ooa.,...._..., ..._....... Yin.Oh Phil-
f f Y"? one through 20 for ... ----- n. "" lies scored /twice. Covington
nine Friday and took a one N hwiNlniwt ; j t game; with seven runs off Jay;
stroke lead at the halfway point , 1 i I I the 500-mile grind Sunday were in the fourth inning homered with Gonzalez. aboard
I N,W., I : 1 : f decided Wednesday and Thurs the fifth.
'In the $10,000 St.
Petersburg W.-Mlntq' DIt...... 2-Run Homer
Women's Open Golf Tourna- ... 1.10..... frlr( and ..o.,. UW.y.T-302. day with Lorenzen capturingthe Bucs Blast Cards The A's cut the Phillies leadto
A-I.IU pole position with a record Drysdale gave up a two-run
ment. Snead LeadsGreensboro homer Frank Robinson i In FORT : 5.3 In the sixth when Hughes
speed of 146.470 miles per hour by MYERS Fla. (AP) -
Rawls, who plays out of Spar I homered. They scored again In
Princeton Snaps Forty-two drivers are scheduled the sixth Eight runs in the first three innings
tanburg S.C. sank a 25-foot the seventh but were stopped by
for the race which propelled Pittsburgh to
offer The Dodgers are 8.8 for the a
putt on the 18th hole for a one- Baldschun who took over In the
Miami's Tennis 12.5
the victory against St. Louts
winner a purse of abou spring. The Reds are 811.and.
over-par 72 and a 36-hole total in eighth Baldschun gave up two
$20,000. Friday exhibition baseball.
have lost all nine games they
of 143. Vicfory'Sfreaf singles and struck out four.
Lew Burdette of the
Card
'
have played against National
The veteran was ,
Berg
Patty Homers gave up 11 hits in the three .hll..I.h'' III 110.-. a.
one stroke back at 144 after a League competition I Nan... c.ty 100 .11 100-4 l5.
MIAMI (AP) A fired up The Dodgers got their seven frames. The big blow was a Snail, Oh.rl (4) O.nn.tt 111). ..ld-
aecond round of 73. Mary Lena hun 1 III .nd D..lrvm.,.. Triad..
Princeton tennis squad upse t: Defeat Indians three run homer by Julio Gotain ".), nd.rMn, *turkiv. (01) ..,.
runs in the fourth after loadingthe y n and
I GREENSBORO. NC. AP- 18 inches To his misery
I Faulk of Thomasville Ga., fired ( compound Miami 5-4 an. .......... (II W-Hrkll. L-
yesterday to bring the five run first Inning .
...
lone of the best rounds of the Sam Snead survived a shaky he said he missed several I NOGALES bases on singles by Tommy Horn )
.a-Dh.d.I""I. CovfnttoniSenators
end Mex.
an to a string of 137 con SONORA The Pirates' Bob Bailey
Davis and Fairly and a walk by .
; K City
I 71 for third nu HinhnAndsm
place
day a par start Friday to come up with putts when he had birdie oppor ecutive victories extending (AP)-Orlando Cepeda crackedtwo Frank Howard slugged a homer off Ray Sa-
Wj.KaU1y.
i iI it I with Whitworth first round four birdies for a par 71 second tunities. back to 1957 longest winning home runs and a single to John Werhas knocked In two deckl in the seventh inning

leader was fourth with 146 after round and hold the halfway His only birdie came on the, streak In college tennis. drive In four runs and lead the runs with a Texas League single when Pittsburgh scored four Win

( falling off to 76. Four were lead in the (35,000 Greater sixth hole which yielded many Miami trailed 4-1 in the ninth San Francisco Giants to their! Jeff Torborg hit a run-scorng more runs POMPANO BEACH. Fla
.
I bunched at 147 Greensboro,Open Golf Tourna- eagles as well as a double eagle ingles matches before coming straight baseball exhibition fly Werhas scored on an error The Cards pushed over a pairof (AP-The Washington Senators

I I Miss Rawls three.putted the ment by three strokes with a 135 by Frank Stranahan who useda back to tie Princeton 4-4 going game victory over the Wills doubled Gilliam hit a runs In the fourth and added.scored. an unearned run In the

first and sixth hole but came total. drive and a No. 5 iron secondon Into the final doubles match. 'Cleveland Indians 5-3 Friday. two-run triple and Willie Davis three more In the eighth two of i bottom of the ninth Inning Fri-
the 501-yard hole to record The Princeton doubles comilnation -I' It was the Giants' 19th hit run-scoring single I them coming on a double by ,
back with birdie putts on the Australian Bill Dunk who a day to_deeathe Chicago. White
the third double eagle of the of Keith Jennings and triumph in 26 games and the'ribe's ,CI ifikinixu So. *ot ooo s f :IL. 'Phil Gagliano. sox 4-;3 after the Sox had ended
13th and 14th and took the lead started the round In a second .::IJ 1* I 0
Lee Rawli made snort work ol 17th loss compared to I Inine Ang.ln (N) 00* Til 00
PGA tour this J.v. MeCAal Ikl. B.ehMin III ..navlhi Dick Schofield and Bailey collected Claude Osteen's
I with the 25-footer on the final place tie, three shots off the: year. I George Shuert and' Richard victories. Cleveland hai Orv'd.I."-on cIT.- ..ber0. W-. three hits in the scoreless-Inning
apiece
bole lead matched Snead' 71 hold Seventy-one professionals who O.l.- I.-J.. streak at 17.
I to not beaten San Francisco . .
Bray,, defeating them 6-C. 6-2 the Mom. U.oIM.tl. Roktntan.'wins 17 hit attack.
t Pittsburgh
|| The field of 37 professionalsand second place in a tie with U.S. shot 147 or under and 10 amateurs Gary Mykkanen Chicago's 18-
to break the Hurricane spring.
123 the for string. St. Louis pounded out 13 hits year-old catcher hit a one-out
4 amateurs playing :Open champion Julius Boron qualified Saturday'shird
"If I have to I Willie McCovey also hit
lose one
was glad
off Bob Veale and Bob Allen
Golf Course round. Ten will Scalp Braves homer in the seventh Inning and
16.237-yard: Sunset who shot 70 for a 138 total. more pros hit
to lose to a great gentlemanlike one out of this small ballpark
who relieved Veale In the
did not have to contend with Jack Nicklaus getting readyto be cut for the final round Sun- Jim Landis followed with his
Miami all the
John as Giants' Fla. AP-Mm-
Conroy said runs re ORLANDO. (
eighth. I IIt. fourth hit of the day after Os-
last year's winner, Mickey defend his day.
masters
championship -
Coach Dale Lewis of his Prince suited from home runs I esota raked four Milwaukee Ikuil '.. 000 100 010- I It 1 had blanked
the Sox for
[ She skipped the tourna next fired Relieved P,ttobu"," 121 000 00011 IT I teen
week an eagle
Wright. ? "
Leon hit forhet of them rookies
ton Wagner tchers three
a pair
counterpart. Ourd.ltk S4d eM. (4) .nd N?......
six Innings That ended his
because of an ankle In- that helped him to a 69 round. Snead seemed relieved that Lewis said he was proud of Indiana, who were held to four trying to stick with the club- ".,,.c..y...... ., .Ifs. V..).., All. 'I) and streak
l .d good; for fourth place at 139 he had fought back for a par his team especially in the way hits by Bob Bolin and Ron Her for 18 hits In pounding out a ourd"YNom. .
run*-PIIMkurih Oot.r, 111-' Ed Brinkman and Chuck Cot-
rent tour shots off the pace. I round to retain his three'stroke they fought to come from behind 12-3 baseball exhibition victoryover I...
Edges Jax Arnold Palmer dropped 10 lead "It looked when I bogeyedtwo and nearly win the meet. belBolin worked the first seven the Braves Friday. tier hit home runs for the Sen

[ (AP) Miami got shots back of Snead with a 75 of the first three holes that Miami's downfall started with innings, allowing three hits- Vic Power and Don Mincher atone but the winning run

[ahead with a five-run third Inn- that gave him a 145 total. the wheels were going to come 'rinceton's Herb Fltzglbbon, two of them Wagner's round homered for the Twins Power PHILLIES WIN scored on Dick Phillips' single

Ung t and went on to whip Jacksonville Bad Round off." he said. 20th ranked amateur in the trippers. He also struck out five drove in three runs with his a sacrifice an error and afielder's

[ 7-5 yesterday. Palmer three putted five I The 51-year-old[ PGA senior United States. Fitzgibbon defeated Herbel fanned four in the final homer and a double while John BRADENTON. Fla (AP-A choice

I, Jacksonville took the lead times and commented sadly, "1 champion who is after his eighth Miami's No. 1 player two Innings Goryl also plated three tallies two-run homer by Wes Coving Chi.... WMhinkton JO* .10 001-4 T 05u.h.rdt
Greensboro 8-[ kMlkn4, . ..... 11 OM ._t 4 In the fifth and two scoreless N,',L. .
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S LAKELAND LEDGER, Saturday, April f, JI<< Is New Chamber
Silvert
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1 Gemini Spacecraft Launch Is Scheduled Tuesday I I II President At W. Haven t I'I'I

i WINTER HAVEN-This city's:Race Jr. and Ralph Durranc.

new Chamber of Commerce The Chamber recommended

fflVin bito ':'1 P" ."". U fi"1" .muniLAUNCHING 4 "'3 --.- .. ",fr ',",' "-- r1IIIri!\ ftIIJiIIii 1'Nit. president will be Arnold Silvert,:that as many interested Winter
partner and station manager of Haven citizens as possible be

Radio Station WSIR elected'at the 1:30: p.m. school board
t with other new officers In the meeing In Bartow next Wednes-
.- 4t tA chamber's meeting Thursday day to lend growing support for
night.E. the Winter Haven site.
L. (AI) Davis will continueas In other matters, the cham-
.: executive vice president ben: received report from J.
o ,tb'::1.('" a to the professional working headof Hunter Hyer that large cant-!-
4ti.} ( 4 the chamber. lever signs pointing to Winter
; Other officers newly elected: Haven are in preparation and
'
Albert Griffin first vice presi- should be up in the near future
dent, Carpenter becomes second at the Intersections of U.S. High-
vice president; and treasurer -way IT-U.S. 92 north of town,
J George Mullins. x and> that widening of Lucerne
Park Road should get underwayby
);I.II 1 AI Board Elected the end of the month.
Two-year board members: Davis reported success of the
W, A. Berry; Marlow Baxter; special three-day "Courtesy
M
; W4rI W. C. Whitley; Dr. George Week" course in human relations -
Graf; Glen Hicks; Carleton Lu and sales promotion, con

I' : ', cius, Willard Frederick; A. B. ducted In March.VOTE ._ _
-I\\: Connor: C. 0 Spencer Jr., and
W. E. Rynerson
1 RetiringCarroll Teeter; John FOR
< ", t ;Mt + O Peters; Dr. Marvin Burdette;
': Miss Eleanor Juhler and Tom< Wm. "Bill"KITCHENS

) ,' : Brandon. I
Staying on the board for one
c 1't year more: Andrew Ireland;<
Dick Pope Jr; Jack Coyle,':,
Charles Goshorn ; Howard
a Sands; Truby Jones; Warren .
M isR i iy Seckel and 0 C. Stanley. I

The general feeling broughtout
by chamber members in a
brief discussion on the disputedPolk
Junior College site is that,
$,d4.r .
the school board should follows,
the recent state selection com-
d mittee recommendation: that no I f
other site In Polk County meetsstringent } I

qualifications, besides I
the golf course proposed site at I
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fr w k Winter Haven i '

View SupportedThis I I'
CONSTABLE
I
$ ____._ view was supported by !
the Polk County Parent-Teacher DISTRICT 5
Association, meeting Wednesday -
at Lake Wales, and has Return This Office To
COMING UP Th. Gemini I ipococroft, ichodulod for launching' next week, II loll horiiontol. and the first itago booster II poiitionad ... It before It II ilowry nhtt upright been supported by chambers of Full Service
I il ihown here et It wee rolitd to top of gentry et Cepe Kennedy for meting te TI.... II bunch After marina ol the Mcond itogo and the spacecraft the overall langth II 110 foot and the weight commerce and numerous private
voMda, which will ettempt to piece the unmanned spacecraft Into orbit. The Mcond photo ..how.h 150 bee tAP( WIh..1NonFarm citizens of several cities in the Ho Will t.turnThis

first ttogo of. the Titen. II, was being erected In preporotion for the flight .... Gantry erectorI county, according to the Winter Office 24 Hour ToFull
Haven group. i'
Somco i YourVoto I
The tie-up seems to be the fr Support
Seminole War MonumentTo school board itself, which only Appreciated.Pd. :r
In Polk
Employment
has two members, at present,!
Today r.l. .< by Wm. ?auMKk 1
recommending support of the "...* e.mN"n.Mno".
Be Unveiled Today Austin' Aim.' K tch"n,. Me. TrN1SIRLOIN .
.state committee report: J.
In In February At Record HighNonfarm
FORT MEADE Dedication DeVane of Lake Placid duringa I Ii I
ceremonies for a Seminole War guided tour of the historical I II
monument will be held this af sites of this area. IJ HistoryBy employment in of the Florida State Employ. Unemployment In February

ternoon at 2:30: o'clock at Wild- After the unveiling of the THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Polk County dropped slightly ment Service. continued to be about 4,000, I

wood Park here monument, Agnus L. Tillis will i Today Is Saturday, April 4, in February, but still stood at Small losses in citrus pack. representing only 4.S per cent B
Delivering the dedication ad- decorate it, and the American the 95th day of 1964. There are an all-time high for the month. ing and. construction activity of the county's labor force, t
dress will be Gen Sumter L. Legion Post 4 will give a mili-'271 days left in the yearToday's sent the employment total
The 60,100 employed
and well below the
persons 5,300 fig-
tary salute down 200 In mid February, but
Lowry of Tampa. highlight in
history:
in non-farm
in
The Fort Meade School I February retail trade added forces for ure of a year ago, when the
High On
date
Tour Planned this In 1790, Congress jobs were 4,000 -7.1 per cent
band will start playing at 2 .authorized the creation of the the Easter shopping season citrus industry was suffering
The Benediction will be given above the number employ
and from the effects of the De.
o'clock and the program will by the Rev Milton D. Durrance,!Coast Guard with 80 men, op- ed in February of last year, added transportation 100 workers companies to their cember, 1962, freeze STEAK
begin with an invocation by Col. and taps will be blown to close erating as the Revenue Marine with gains shown In all major
rolls. Gross sales, reported to
Ed R. Bentley, president of Polk the Manufacturing held its own, the state comptroller's office
Federal Savings and Loan As- Service communications 6 tens.
\ sociation, Lakeland. as did the food processing in for tax purposes, listed Polkat l
Persons attending the ceremonies * utilities group, which was unchanged dustry. However, employeswere $501.7 million in 1963,
Carlton To Appear will then be asked to On this date working shorter hours slightly below the 1962 figure 35
take a guided tour of the historical -' Ii> 1791 Inventor and philan The figures were shown In SPECIAL
\ Post colors will be presented because of the diminishing but 5 per cent above the 1961 I
sites which will be high- thropist Peter Cooper was born 'the monthly Labor Market F
mid fruit total. The in sales II
.A by American Legion Post 4 season : supply drop was ,
of the WilloughbyTillis In 1818, the United States bulletin of the Lakeland
lighted by a tour Trends I t-
Lakeland, and the high school Grove-care: work Increases said to have been caused by
band will play the National Anthem Farm site, scene flag was officially established and Winter Haven officesBroward during this period sent agricultural the drop In payroll In the citrus I Grove Pork
of one of the battles of the war. as being made of 3 stripes and 'W.
T GRANTS
I forces to 1,000, a gain industry as a result of the I
On the agenda will be tours a star for each state. 1 Only
With Doyle E. Carlton Jr., as Road of 200. freeze.
of the Wildwood Park Site; site I In 1941, German armies
master of ceremonies, the
program :
will get under with of the original phosphate mining .rushed through Romania, Hungary I
way operation; Indian village site; and Bulgaria in their driveto Job To
introductions, followed by Sum- Begin
ter's address. Old Fort site: Sand Mountain- the frontiers of Yugoslaviaand i
Swift Watson Mine Washer Greece. GROVE PARK !
The band will ; I
follow
with
TALLAHASSEE (AP) A $1 j jKNwj
Tillis Farm site
Willoughby ; * *
America and Doyle E. Carlton million job to rebuild a two-mile NQK _
Civil War Skirmish site, and a
Sr, former Florida governor, Ten years ago Arturo Tosanmi stretch of State Road 9 in Brow-
will unveil the monument which temporary museum.Meningitis 87, announced he would ard County to Interstate stand WES )
will be dedicated to the Indian retire after 68 years as an orchestra ards will be started by April 9, SATURDAY & SUNDAY SPECIALS

War, Now conductor the road department says.
On hand for the dedication Five The United
years ago Already a four-lane highway,
ceremonies will be Billy Bowlegs Diagnosed As States rejected a Soviet demand -the road through the project will
HI, Seminole chief who that American planes re- be broadened to six lanes and ROSE BUSHES PINEAPPLE PLANTS
will also be at the Old Indian MononucleosisOKLAHOMA main below an altitude of 10- two overpass bridges will be I'
Village Site along with Albert ,000 feet on nights to Berlin. built. The project is part of 195' Red, White, YellowSALE Fresh and GreenSALE I It I'
CITY, Okla. One year ago The Air ' t
ConcentrateActivity (AP) Military and civilian Force chief of staff, Gen. Curtly < 17;
doctors said Friday tests LeMay, told senators he 97 Reg. ..
Seen proved that a soldier, suspectedof thought the fighter plane proposed Reg. 1.10
lIDtH.
being infected with spinal by the Boeing Company
On IncreaseWINTER meningitis, does not have the better than the one for which HAND SPRINKLER
disease which touched off a General Dynamics was awarded -
Process" a contract A Must For All Flowers
HAVEN scare extending halfway across eN. Mv.l CROTONSBeautiful
1- ----
leg of frozen orange concentrate -the nation. I
jumped last week as concentrate The scare resulted In qua ran., SALE 57DELUXE ;
plants took advantageof tine of 37 other soldiers and six Li'IlU\ \ I UUiIJI' I/ Reg. 1.00

Increased supplies of Valen:of their dependents and a warn- Colors
else, the Florida Canners' Association ing to several hundred civilians DISTRESS
reported today. 'who had traveled with the soldier HAND TROWELSWhile
SAlf
FCA's weekly statistical report aboard a Drisco Railroad Ready For Planting
MERCHANDISE
showed 1,405,727 gallons train to Oklahoma City They Last ((49))
were packed during the week The suspected carrier was
I ending Mar. 28 compared to but Pvt. Kenneth R Murray of r/MJftfft( I \\M SALE 17*
'548,280 gallons the previous Marietta, Ohio. 1 .... 39c
week. Col J, B. Miller, executive
j W. able ts offer Tremendous Values
art *H Quality
Other phases of concentrating officer at the U.S. Army Hospital you R 989c 74cRIDING
activity were up also. at Ft. Sill. Okla., said Dr.I Merchandise: due to gar SPECIAL PURCHASES during bank. SALE FERTILIZER SWIFT'S

Movement again topped a million Bruce Lemmon reported that ruptcy, liquidation, auction, builniti failure, manufacture '
tests show does not 25.
gallons, increasing almost Murray closeout and various ether tolti. Organic
130,000 gallons from the 1054. have meningitis, nor Is there'

128 of the week before, and retail any meningitis Involved In ailments -I Como brown around . you'll probably find just the SALE ,19FERTILIZERSWIFT'S
movement was up about the which Murray had com Horn you need at TREMENDOUS SAVINGS. Reg. 1.39
same margin to 976,113 gallons. plalned about.
A quarter-million gallon addi- The doctor said Murray had
tion put orange concentrate In- suffered for about five weeks MOWER

ventory_ __ at__23,797,574_ ___gallons.__ u ,-from--mononucleosis.- - -- PAINT'INTERIOR
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Many Other Items Such As Ladders, 36

MUST BE SOLD- Desks, Lawn Sprinklers, Garden Hose, + __ Similar' To Illustration
Etc. At Discount Prices.

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of town, L ST. PETERSBURG-Detroit may be the "yuk" of Broadway

Lucerne but the Mets are Mighty when it comet to the Bengal of LakeSt.

nderway c\iijj Call They upped and thumped Hank Aguirre, Alan Koch
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1.1; and Fred Gladding for 14 hits and a 9-1 victory here yesterday

of theCourtesy at Al Lang Field.It .

in rela r A was the Mets' second win over the Bengal this season wv.1,, b' '
but it may have proven to be a costly one. Ace hurler Carlton t ip p 6pY,' 'A
on, coneS
Willey, who finally yielded a run-unearned at that-after :24

Innings of spring pitching, was struck on the jaw by a line drive # .t "may'

by Gates Brown in the seventh inning. He was taken to St. _

R Anthony's Hospital. : 4'

Xrays disclosed he suffered ,
a complex, compound fractureof Aguirre was tagged for five ,

w the lower right Ijaw. The runs in the three Innings he

a main fracture was wired and worked and Alan Koch gave

5 Dr. Fred Nichols, oral surgeon, up his first runs of the spring

said if the wiring holds well, In the fifth and sixth. New

he will not be out of action too York added the final pair off

Cladding la the eighth.
long.The Tigers will make the The loss was Detroit's fourth

long trek to Fort Myers this straight and left them with a

afternoon to tangle with the 7-12 mark for the spring After

Pittsburgh Pirates. Tomorrowat I Sunday's game, their only other

d V 1M: p.m. at Lakeland' Lakeland appearance will be
tin Henley Field, they will tussle : with the Kansas City Athletics

with the Philadelphia Phils. on Thursday. They break camp

Frank Lary will pitch for Detroit i Friday and head north. Detroit WHIRLING AROUND THIRD ASS Rocky Colovito of K."... City Arhlotkt It. ......1.l .. .

and there( Is a possibilityJim I opens the season April 14 at ,Into the base end Pickle Alton of Philadelphia Ph IIi I., It .pinning, site Colovito tryl"- to issue; th th*

" Dunning, Tiger hurler I Detroit Stadium. t.,. Colovito. hit triple to right skid Kerln, Nihon Mothowk .In the fifth Inning, of ''''''11.1

1- :P : 1Ltt.: ,, traded to the PhUs for Don I I lama ot Brodonton. Umpir .It Sim C"" '.'". (CAP Wirtphott

Demeter for Philadelphia., may do the pitching i RAIN POSTPONES

I MAJOR LEAGUE ROUNDUPDrysdale
The Tigers were helpless before RACE
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___ Willey and rookie Jerry I

. ,I NLsMc Hinsley, who finished, as they I ATLANTA (AP) Rain post.'

) collected only five hits. They poned the third round of qual. Goes Route
Bt4 t ;> r.a It''IIIf';'" .i'':;'' .: Iso tossed in a pair of errors. Eying Friday for the Atlanta 500 ;

Dick Smith homered and stock car race Sunday, piling up
Bob Taylor had three doubles a busy slate of activities Satur.

RAIN, RAIN, GO AWAY! Paul McCroy, third-frdo itvdont In D.y.aperf, low to lead the Met attack. HankBTROITUUikrllN day.

chkkl', clutch hotkboll sad bat while looking out .. 0 roln-iplortorod window. Thundontormiktpt A preview of the $72,000 race

ToJ Hit yoimgirora Iniido Thunder. Nine-yu-iIJ Poul, on ordont bouboll fan, doain't hold with Q............n If i 1. .IMUnt*"."vows tU 51 (P4.5,1.is 455 I I. scheduled Saturday when six Dodgers Rout Reds 122VERO


c... U HISr-aT., ; lit The six-lap race features
two
"'c.."". M ._ aa 4 15 Fords BEACH (lei and Harmon Killebrew each collected ball exhibition victory over the
Putts wwa n Ski two Dodges
Put
ChriatoiMiar' MS S I a Mercury
w..1 t t Ron Fairly smashed three hits two.Milwaukee. Kansas
M .. : Iwiltay; a, 1 k ksjjHinVkrJ and a Pontiac. City Athletics Friday.
5 A ill.um and Don Drysdale went the distance scored all three of
: ( The The A's collected 12
:xh n.aa I 11 .. ... champs include Fred Lor and allowed hits
MA seven hits ts in the third
I' y.t.N 55514 enzen, Elmhurst, 111, in 1964 as runs on a walk, against four Philadelphia pitchers *
a
,Rawls ""' '',n. I . 01 the Los Angeles Dodgers routedinclnnatl Rico Carty's double and sacrifice '
In Ford
; Glenn (Fireball) Robert including home runs by
1 1I 1I i r. .
; 12.2 In flies
T.toot. Alou
Friday an and
1 exhibition by Felipe Gus
.-......._ out ,., IC_ In 7thl 5- of Daytona Beach, Fla., 1964 Nelson Mathews and Jim
ss.._ out tor W,,,., D.t <*) . . kok koi MO_i ) Johnson of Ronda
5.w Van (N. . til kit kt._<' NC. 1964 Fairly's three singles pacedan Jim Roland went the first four
,
-naarka || POI-Datral. IAI. Dodge; David Pearson 18,hit attack on Joey Jay, innings for Minnesota and got The Phillies scored all of their
Top: Spot 24.5' NM Y.k (M> Oar of Spartanburg
MI S.C. 1964 In the
runs first five
l lmn.. M.Au11/.J, 6..11, LOSD.5ret. Bill McCool and Jim Dickson. credit for the victory. innings
IAI. .. Dodge; Bobby Johns of
Maw YM. NI is 2. Miami, "Milwaukaa( against Bob Anderson. Tony
-MAun/,.. T.,., I. H'ok..n. .aIA.htww Jim Gilliam contributed a double "........ . 001 ODO 000.E t I
ST. PETERSBURG (AP) M.-S"11h1 .,_'....n, 1964 Pontiac; and Rex White of and triple and Maury Will Ichnaidar, J. Smith 411 300 131 I4, 'Hallay-11 Ik(5),0. Gonzalez drove home a run In
Saturday, April 4, 1044 9 ntHi Kalina.' Taylw . Spartanburg, S.C., 1964 Mercury rant It) .,al Torn. Roof (511, .."..d. the first and accounted for':tin.
Ann Rawls pulled her Imnh M...._.. AltmanOraann S_ amual, 1. had two doubles. P'.K (U), Fucfcar (it) and I...............
W-.nd. Schni.aar... other in the third when the Phil-
game together on the second IC N a* .. so The Dodgers sewed up the run.-MM.al.. ,......
I Positions I Mi"
nine and took tLI 1 t one through 20 for with off ohmNeml lies scored Itwice. Covington
Friday a one : : i i i i game seven runs JayIn
the :500-mile grind Sunday were homered with Gonzalez.. aboard_ _, _
stroke lead at the halfway pointIn W.Io, IN) ., I I I the fourth Inning. '- n
",n,.... UjL8.JLr a decided Wednesday and Thurs- the fifth.
the $10,000 St. Petersburg W"-Mln.'.... .,. 2-Run Homer
Women's Open Golf Tourna- .fis'"* *rlw ."* .... T-*.]]. day, with Lorenzen capturing Bucs Blast Cards The A's cut the Phillies leadto
.
-. .. the pole position with a record Drysdale gave up a two-run
ment. Snead LeadsGreensboro speed of 146.470 miles per hour. homer by Frank Robinson In fORT MYERS Fla. (AP) 5-3 In the sixth when Hughes

Rawls, who plays out of Spar Princeton SnapsMiami's Forty-two drivers are Icheduled the sixth Eight runs In the first three i Innings homered. They scored again in
tanburg, S.C., sank a 25-foot the seventh but were stopped by
for the race, which offer The Dodgers are 8.8 for the propelled Pittsburgh to a
putt on the 18th hole for a oneoverpar Baldschun, who took over in the
: Tennis the winner a purse of abou spring, The Reds are 8-11, and 12.5 victory against St. Louts
72 and a 36 hole total eighth. Baldschun gave up two
in
$20,000.Cepeda's. Friday exhibition
have lost all nine
they
games
of 143. Vicfory'Sfreaf Lew Burdette of singles and struck out four.
have played against National
The veteran Patty Berg was '
gave up 11 hits in baseball'j rha.d.laha' ( lit tM 000-* I 0Hanaaa
one stroke back at 144 after a Homers League competition.The City :. :: sue til loo-a It 0
MIAMI (AP) A fired up Dodgers got their seven frames The big Nrall Chart (4). ...".tt (II, Oaldaehun -
second round of 73. Mary Lena (I) and D.lrym..., TrlandoaIII
Princeton tennis squad upset Defeat Indians runs in the fourth after loadingthe three-run homer by ( !..! ....,,, Kurdivant_ (I) and Or. >.
18 Inches his misery
I Faulk of Thomasville, Ga., fired GREENSBORO, N.C. (AP- To compound Miami 5-4 yesterday ... aewuo .11 w-....... a.-
to bring in the five-run first Inning.
bases
one of the best rounds of the Sam Snead survived a shaky he said he missed severs NOGALES on singles by Tommy .d..on..
end SONORA Mex Ho"" run.-IhI1.d.InhW Gvlne4nl'
an to a string of 137 consecutive The Pirates' Bob
Davis and and walk Bailey .
Fairly a by; I ,. ..
day, a par-71, for third place ( so City MuSenators
start Friday to come up with putts when he had birdie oppor victories extending (AP-Orlando Cepeda cracke Frank Howard. slugged a homer off Ray Sa

with 145.Kathy.Whitworth first round four birdies for a par 71 second tunitles. back to 1957: longest winning two home runs and a single t o John Werhas knocked In two deckl in the seventh Inning
His birdie the streak in college tennis. drive in four runs and lead the with Texas when Pittsburgh scored four Win
leader, was fourth with 146 aft round and hold the halfway only came on runs a League single -
San
Francisco
r falling off to 76. Four were lead In the $35,000 Greater sixth hole, which yielded many Miami trailed 4-1 in the ninth Giants to their! Jeff Torborg hit a run-scor more runs POMPANO BEACH Fla.

i 'bunched at 147, Greensboro,Open Golf Tournament eagles as well as a double eagle singles matches before coming, straight baseball exhibt ng fly, Werhas scored on an error The Cards pushed over a pairof (AP-The Washington Senators

B Miss Rawls three.putted the by three strokes with a 135 by Frank Stranahan, who used back to tie Princeton 4-4 going lion game victory over the Wills doubled Gilliam hit a runs In the fourth and added scored an unearned run in the

first and sixth hole, but came total. a drive and a No. 5 iron secondon into the final doubles match. !Cleveland Indians 5-3 Friday. two-run triple and Willie Davis three more In the eighth, two of bottom of the ninth Inning Frl-

back with birdie putts on the Australian Bill Dunk, who the 501-yard hole to record The Princeton doubles com- It was the Giants' 19th hit a run-scoring single. them coming on a double by day to defeat the Chicago White
the lead the third double eagle of the bination of Keith Jennings andLee triumph in 28 games and theTribe' inolnnatl .. 000 Ml too- t T :I Phil Gagliano.Dick Sox 4.3 after the Sox had ended
and 14th and took started the round in second
13th
a Rawls made short work of 17th loss, compared to L (N) 00* TIJ 00 -IJ 1.n4 I
I with the 25-footer on the final place tie, three shots off the PGA tour this year. j.Y.nMoC I (*>. Dekaon' ..... (I) Schofield and Bailey collected -Claude Osteen's scoreless-Inning
George Shuert and' Richard nine victories. Cleveland has milhi' D"....'. ana T... .. W- hits
bole. Seventy-one professionals who D"....'., b-in. three apiece in the streak at 17.
lead, matched Snead's 71 to hold
I Bray, defeating them 6-4. 62 not beaten San Francisco/ this Mama run-Cincinnati, HokJnMfl. ., 7.hit Pittsburah attack.
A The field of 37 professionalsand second place in a tie with U.S shot 147 or under and 10 ama break Gary Mykkanen, Chicago's 18-
to the Hurricane prlng
; the' for I string. St. Louis pounded out 13 hits year-old catcher, hit a one-out
123 teurs
amateurs playing Open champion Julius Boros qualified Saturday'sthird
"If I have to lose I Willie McCovey also hit
was glad one off Bob
Veale and Bob Allen
Twins Scalp Braves homer in the seventh Inning and
Golf Course round. Ten will
15237-yard Sunset who shot 70 for a 138 total. more pros to lose to a great gentlemanlike hit one out of this small ballpark
who relieved Veale in the
contend with be for the final round Jim Landis followed with his
did not have to Jack Nicklaus, getting readyto cut Sun. all the
John Giants' AP-Min-
Conroy, said Miami as runs re- ORLANDO. Fla. (
eighth
last years winner, Mickey. defend his masters champion- day Coach Dale Lewis of his Princeton suited from home runs. I esota raked four Milwaukee II. Louit ". ooo Moaio. i u i fourth hit of the day after Os-
tWright.,: She skipped the tournament hip next week fired an eagle Relieved Leon hit them UburgH ." tl 000 4 .-12 17 1 teen had blanked the Sox for
forhet rookie
counterpart. Wagner a pair tchers-three of : .......to. .."...., <4> and II'ckaita, six Innings. That ended his
because of an ankle ins that helped him to a 69 round, Snead seemed relieved that Lewis said he was proud of:Indians, who were held to four!trying to stick with the club- .M.e..,....,..(., .<.TM.."vat<;)"., W Allan-( Vtalo,(t.) And U streak at 17.
|ury. good; for fourth place at 139, he had fought back for a par his! team, especially in the way hits by Bob Bolin and Ron Her- for 18 hits in pounding out a .u.elolto.
Mwno 'runt-Plttaburkh, Ootmr Oal Ed Brinkman and Chuck Cot.
four shots off the pace. round to retain his three-stroke they fought to come from behind bel 123 baseball exhibition victoryover 1w' '
Miami Edges Jax Arnold Palmer dropped 10 lead. "It looked when I bogeyedtwo and nearly win the meet. I Bolin worked the first seven the Braves Friday. I tier hit home runs for the Sen

MIAMI (APJ) Miami got shots back of Snead with a 75 of the first three holes that Miami's downfall started with innings, allowing three hits- Vic Power and Don Mincher atoms but the winning run

head. with a five-run third" Inn- that gave him a 145 total. I the wheels were going to come 'rinceton's Herb Fitzgibbon, two of them Wagner's round- homered for the Twine Power PHILLIES WIN scored on Dick Phillips' single,

Inc and went on to whip Jacksonville Bad Round off" he said. Oth ranked amateur in the rippers. He also struck out five. drove in three runs with his a sacrifice, an error and afielder's
choice.
[ 7-5 yesterday. Palmer three putted five The Si-year-old PGA senior United States. Fitzgibbon defeated -Herbel fanned four In the final homer and a double while John BRADENTON, Fla (AP-A

r Jacksonville took the lead times and commented sadly, "1 champion who is after his eighth Miami's No. 1 player, two Innings. Goryl also plated three tallies two-run homer by Wes Covington Chlcato>hin.ton(At' too too to tit* 001 100.1-4 I t 0Wa 0uBhardt

first, scoring three runs in the never enjoyed playing golf Greensboro victory since 1938, Rodney Mandelitam 6-1, II9 ovaland' '. .. ...u. set toe ItO-I 4 with a pair of doubles. in the fifth and two scoreless Mml.n (I) DaOuatchar*
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.nol kok Ml koi-* k knamaa ((7), Lain (I) and Mykbanani, OaMan,
top of the third on two errors ess." started his round on the 10th tee Princeton scored three more Aaornattiy, 171 kallay '111) Bud Bloomfield and Gerry innings of relief pitching by ....10.... (I) and Mataar, W-Stan.
and bits by Joe Mosco, Dennis On one hole he took three due to the big field of 150. He Ingles victories, allowing the and Crln".II.namaiwi "' ,., Mortal (I) and Zimmerman each got three hItsfor Jack Baldschun lifted the Phil hauta LLICk.r.Mama rum .Chl.._ Mykkanan,

Jensen: and Charles Mathews. i putts from 10! feet, missing from! missed the 10th! and 12th green. Hurricanes only two wins. a.Nwm, IraM.a rsn..C.N.n, M aC.vw".. Wrenn c._. (1)1'.)I. Minnesota, while Tony Oliva delphla Phillies to a 5-4 base .Lanam,.... Waihlmlon Onnkman. c...
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K."... City Athletlci, fekei S Iwtty cut end .."d. up s pop fly ...1"., Mirwenke cennecta end fellew through. The new Tiger .hi .,..," te five, itebillty te the Detroit pitcher lob Andetren. (ledger ,h.... by Hushes)

loit we.". The catcher li the Bro...' Phil Reef Action lequence we. teken by Ledger Infield defonilvely ei well as .lend sent punch_H the lengol'_."Ie". Along with pitcher



Mocs- Blast [Celtics'; Jones! SticksTo Northern Dancer





Stetson, 9-3, 'Big 0' Like GlueBOSTON Favored To Win



In FIC OpenerBy
(AP)-Like his rail your star," McMahon said "Ue!

JACK FLOWERS road namesake, Boston Celtic! hustled, he worked the ball i In Florida Derby

Ledger Assistant Sport Editor K C Jones really sticks to a and gave Boston a great game"

job. His current assignment i Is Lucas said K. C. was "the

The Florida Southern College labeled Oscar Robertson whole show" ls By ORLO ROBERTSON the speedy Lord Date, matche

Mocs opened their bid for the Effective? Well Cincinnati' What about this former University qTQA, Associated Press Sports Writer a group of sophomores rate I
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Florida Intercollegiate Conference "Big 0" has been wearing pro of San Francisco and iaAr 0b d Northern Dancer seeks Satur only a notch lower than Hi:)

baseball title yesterday basketball's most adhesive U.S. Olympic teammate of BiD roe. day to solidify his position alone Rise and Northern Dancer

afternoon at Henley Field witha player like a bandage since the Russell's? He's scored only 11 of the favorites for the 90th Chieftain is the 2-1 choice oil

convincing 9.3 victory over start of the Eastern Division points in two games. running of the Kentucky Derby his victory in the Governor f

the Stetson University Hattersof NBA playoff finals Robertson, the league's mos And 26 other 3-year-olds seek to Gold Cup ,at Bowie althougj

Deland. K C. Jones still being valuable player who stands I S- a prove their worthy of opposing he'll pack up weight of 1:

Coach Hal Smeltzly's Mocs praised by both sides Friday, I.a Is feet.9 to Jones' 8.1, scored 30 a The Dancer and favored Hill pounds Mr Brick a speed d I

travel to DeLand today for two major reason Boston's aging, points Thursday night K. C. r Rise at Churchill Downs May 2. mon with proven staying pow

more FIC games with Coach prideful band is leading the does the principal guarding Job While Hill Rise remains In his is the 52 second choice fc |
Bob Weickel Stetson nine The 2-0 in the W' : stall at Keeneland the Canadl ,
Royals best-of7 on Oscar with occasional relief lowed by the well liked entry
first game begins at 6 p.m. series. After the Celtics won from John Havllcek and Sam r ,t n n t t an-owned Northern Dancer goes National and Traffic, and D(
slated for
Both contests are 101.90 Thursday night, Clncln- Jones. & % against seven speedy rivals in termined Man

seven Innings. natl players heaped superlativeson Steals Show the 1/ miles of the J100000- The Gotham will be war
The left the Macs at
victory K. C from their gloomy What's about added Florida Derby at Gulf 38,220 to the winner from
6-4 for the season while Stetson so outstanding ,
Is.3.4. quarters that? Y t' ?p stream Park. Only one of the gross purse of $58,800.Arkansas .

The Celtics worked out Friday eight Greek Episode Is not Derby
Coach Smeltzly plans to use Jones held Robertson to 11
and will drill again Saturday; eligible for the Kentucky Derby. Six of the 13 named for it!
right-hander Ken Murphy (I. and only three field goals
prior to departing for Cincinnati points The Florida Derby is one of Arkansas Derby are eligiblethe
2) of Clearwater In the first in the first half as Boston established
and Sunday's third game four races on Saturday's program Kentucky classic. They t
and either Cecil Hock (I-
tilt its The Roy-
superiority
Coach Disappointed n' tar v: designed for 3yearolds.The Floral Shop, Prince Daval
I) of Winter Haven or Bob als' broke loose after
star only
Cincinnati Coach Jack McMahon others are the one mile of Count Tario Polo Palm Rojf
Roadarmel (1-0) of Lake of the
decisive
very disappointed with the point game 1 the J50,000-added GothamStakel Shuck and Geology. Count
in
Worth both righthanders,
his team which whipped( the had passed at Aqueduct, the J25- rlo Is top weighted under
the nightcap. Dewey Terrell Celtics seven times in 12 regu- In addition Robertson aver- s WO-added Arkansas Derby over pounds, three more than

\ (1-0)scheduled and John for Mayer mound (14)are duty lar season meetings, fears con- aged 12 field goals a game I miles at Oaklawn Park and,well regarded Geology.The .

for the Hatters. tinued sloppy play and the extremely against the Celtics in the regular two divisions of the one.mile California Derby T

With the exception of the third sub.par condition o( season He has only 15 for California Derby Trial at Golden was split into two division."""

and fourth frames, southpaw ace rebounder Jerry Lucas may the two playoff games here Gate Fields. Each division seven entries In each. WHRaS:

Ken Huebner of Garfield, N: J., spell a four.game Boston sweep Meanwhile K. C. has a two- N carries a $000-added purse the choice, is the lone !$

turned in a fine pitching performance "I think that K. C. Jones Is: game total of 74 minutes, 17 assists : Northern Dancer never out of tucky Derby hopeful In the fI

In the match 10 rebounds. Twice he. 'i u the money in 12 races and win section. The second has
opening
of the three.game series Hueb Winter Haven left Robertson talking to himsel ; ,. ner of the Flamingo takes on Good Deal Nearco Blue
such tested rivals Roman Count
ner, now 2.1.1 allowed seven hits, with deft steals which led tc as Charles.
struckout nine and walked three Trims Lakeland/ baskets. Brother, Dandy K, The Scoundrel -I Saturday's feature card '

Five of the bits and two of the _..... .t_ and Ky. Pioneer. With eight,completed by the fllOOO-ad
starters, the value of the race 'Phoenix
and Handicap topping
in the third
walks came WINTER HAVEN WinterHaven'
when Stetson RED SOX EDGE will be $118,500 with $78,500 going opening program at Keenela
fourth innings Blue Devils rallied MEMORIAL SITI ....... Red Sex M.".... Johnny Petty keldi a phetogreph of the site to the winner. It'11 be telecast 'two divisions of the Wilt
managed its three runs. twice here afternoon 12th
Southern Jumped off to a 3-0 at Denison Field yesterday to chalk a ANGELS IN where the John F. Kennedy Memeriel i Library will he hull et Horverd Unlvemty In MeitochHtotti. Rod nationally with post time Handicap at Laurel with eal

lead in the second Inning with 5.4 Western Conference baseball up SCOTTSDALE, Ariz. (AP) Sos will denote procetdi from their Noon epener April 17 egeliHt the Whit. Sn In late, The d.. 4:5: p.m., EST. worth $20000 In added mon|

Fred Mayer' double the big hit ,decision over the Lakeland Tony Conigliaro, Boston Red notion li ..,.cted te edd shout $50,000 te the NhMry fund. Looking en, front left ero Tony C"" '. The Gotham, with all eligible and the $1,000 Pawtucket H.

.. in the rallyHowever Dreadnaughts Sox rookie on a rampage, drove' Here, Dick Stuort end Carl Totn.mlklAP. Wlrophete) for the Kentucky Derby except dlcap at Lincoln DownsBOWLING .

I Stetson put together I The win left Lakeland with a In his second run of the game

I a single marker in the third M mark in loop play and 2.' ,with a 12th Inning single for a Federoff 27-Man
and two in the fourth to knot ,for the season They play the 3.2 exhibition victory over the [ Sports Dolphins Pose i .

t the score at 33 FSC went King Lions here Tuesday at 7:30: Los Angeles Angels Friday.

ahead with one run In the fifthon p.m. at Henley Field In a Group Conigliaro lined a single over Squad For Spring DrillsLakelands Pick that Darts TomoNlna. t." Chalets 0
singles by Joel Ledlow 4 baseball game. shortstop with one out and runners Stiff Test up sparer ..n. I.7., Mar.. P....l.. :1.n I'.... Y J
r Buster And Alice Tyner, bowlingfor draik, a Tl Mar o Ounaway, nit
Frank Oktavec and Ronnie Baker hurled the on second and third Tigers sport a and stressing playing tech- Oardnor: I-to, I...I0| e.tty (;pMnd
the Velda Dairies
I team in ..
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Hardy route for the losers and allowed Rookie Bob Lee was pitching for In all of the ate.
27 under
Mocs went on to Ice squad of ManagerAI nique phases the Twilight League, did just

the The contest with a lone tallyin and only a costly seven hits.error But led wildness to four the Angels and had done a brilliant Federoff at Tlgertown but sport In the afternoon gamesare For FSC Crew that She tossed an all.spare >INOU.Tt.. UAOUI wan L

the seventh and four runs big Haven runs in the sixth job of relief for four by the time the Lakeland variety played either at the Tiger- game for a 177 last week at Thrrty Salk ,...Namaa.,., ., In. 8* .10Du" .

In the eighth. Hardy's triple after Lakeland had Innings of the Bengali open the Fieldor Lakeland Lanes.eAarTIMISs. .., T.ra C;.. "* &4
taken a 2-0 town diamonds Henley
two run JACKSONVILLE Florida In.. .. .. . . .. 14 &I
Conlgllaro capped a
accounted for the seventh Inn lead. The Devils filled the baseson Florida State League seasonIn Men taam ea..... All..*... eirAllatata .
Boston seventh with a sacrifice on the road In some cases SouthernCollege's crew will LlAQUaw. M... Iaam __ ...u '_.1.) It:
ing run. two walks and a hit batter. late April the lineup will L..II. H.oh In/rldwl.am.. Ann Marr.K|
and Ledlow ny.I doubleheaders are played to meet the sternest test of the T.. N..... Door* .. . .. 3s4 I.I a1.
Hardy 1 A throwing error on a grounder be considerably changed season today when travelto TN. PIMta. .. H.|h 'Individual _I... Laura NaoW .
Jeto FSC all of the they : : : : :: 11'1 U
hits each for I The victory only the seventhfor give players enough etr kr m.
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I alt accounted for two runs and two The farm clubs are now In Jacksonville to the 1. T.. .........,...' 1& IS ..
Ledlow had three runs.batted home hit. Boston In 22 starts, came work and Tiger farm officials engage H.N. ...... ..- T5s "'".'- 451. MMiwb In Ma.
more came on a full session with Ann rr.kS. 1.
at Tigertown Dolphins of Jacksonville University It... ).... _.... T. PnauW. toss. "
In. Oktavec continued his brilliant In the winning seventh two hard on the heels of a new get exhibition games involving a chance to determine their on the treacherous St. .......... Iadotdusl .._ D... Y..an. Iran. Kacamaryh.II"ama, .seat IMi Fr Laura.a Bally HHloot 10M3. .

o defensive play, turning In hits put runners in scoring post tough policy by Manager John- other Tiller farm clubs and relative abilities John's River 411.N.A Individual _I.., Owlo Vtrtoni undahl..,,.tin. several sparkling performances Hon and an let in the ny Pesky who condemned lackadaisical .
error farm teams training close to Gnat D..I. Y31a6 -tl Judy OarJOIS OAM.O
shortstoP. play. First pruning of the farmhands The varsity race U scheduledfor .. 1.11 LNI. Tank.nl,.n ate J. *o*.nton. J0, Ann Marrlaox. >'
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at winning: tally the Lakeland area in action ,
; i 11 pl 111 Mara McOrd 1 10 1'1t.
I Catcher Gary Byers led the Bobby Downs went the distance afternoon. will probably not come am with a junior varsity PRO (mall, S-ei Fran W M,ama. 1.10. 5
P tau Ano*.'. '*' .N see NI 1 1Swan every row to follow Mary Kacainarrk, 1.lOl, t.n ra M." II
Stetson hitters with three singlesin for Haven 000 100 Sealei sessions devoted for another week to ten days.It t. utter OiMUre .. IIwon h. ., Mary SotMr. |.(oLIU an 5.1.|
+ four tries. la (act... Morning are will begin about the time A win by the undefeated FSC 7.: N.M, Cups .. :. :::: U>4 H... >-.101 Tarry. Tonoo, 1 lei AI.ao C"a.
R. Lao LAKILAND 001 OOO 1 4 0 tatman Omaha Th
Serge Sanchez and Tom un w. "..... . OOO 004 I--I f tnlar I R. Radoart' Shies,. ....... (II, U. the varsity eight would mark the .. Qatar Ct CS '. . . 4154 N
both banders, divided ..>.. and Myaial Pa...a and h., ...... (1111 and N....,. the fundamentals of the g.me1JIIr' parent club cuts Its rosterto first time a Southern shell has N.N Mac I.m..: OutW; r 6Nt, 145Nt. TWILI9MT
right
gay. MMN. ".""1 C.... 14'..
with the permitted 28 men for ...... ._ W. tail
the stetson pitching chores won on the Dolphins' home In4.v..1 'rene 5ealL I V.Ida Dairiaa a* 3t\\

Sanchez getting the loss after opening day, The Tigers cur- waters since 195t .".:'.-.;.. Individual. ,oarlaa, Sylvia Mar. t:. Mai Barn..Rudy W."Raalty'a Vaad.Care. .._ 7145 TS aI 1.>

going the first seven fr.mes. rently are carrying J7 play The big Jacksonville crew .alltat.-.t.10. ........ RlaCraniai I 10. 4..PM'...h .eama anal "' vtduall arv.oa .:&20.71 War IILi ,

}t .::ii . .. : & So .sl! i ers, three of them fistyearmen. averaging 1-foot 2-Inches and woe Q "MOSNINOTA5 "H".oh. aariaa Individual lit Mar))>
.. W red IM
W pounds and with five varsity Nhnada.
.... ami H" onCleveland .. w., taut M.oh San,. taamt ire 'Villa' Oalr.4Non
Included on Federoffs squad oarsmen back from last I Ouna'a Mutual Inalalr sr1 5 aariaa Lams 170: Vatda O\\
I. s Omaha 14
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04 .
has two are players who per Tat . .. .Mine ttia aal tai 4 ... Ruth J o.
rookie outfielders corns formed here last summer: American University and 4.M Ruby.oh iaam eama e> Taan, Mutual a Om.t "'I i-O-10 a-,r..Maria.... Mast M..h.a.1-..,"uMaielart Mda .'

s ing up next season They are Pitchers Gary Hart and Tom American International College "M.on Iaam oarlaa. 'Mutual of OmahaM Daamtla, Ira Maa Caahranaee .
Bob Chance, who hit .342 at Rudolph; Infielders Don Pepper but lost to highly regarded II QAMI I
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oh Individual eama re $ IM ate Wane i..ndi lit .'..,,, Trlvatf'fj
Charleston and Ruthford salmon Ken Young and Junior Amherst College of Amherst INS Individual aariaa, P.. Shuttm : Aliae Tynan aee, Mud Dunn!

who batted .325 at Denver. Lopez and outfielder tennis Mass OAMISW I I

Carrier. The Water Churl I00i Judy olardnar 1ITIM Ifl oars
Mocs have
van Jan Narvay, 350. L4 V3.. 100, Marilyn (anna.darl III IrerlTaatl
Leaguer By the time the Lakeland qulshed virtually the same opposition luoha 1-0'101 Ratty ....., I-I-lOi .aaialiari 101, fir rarn Fran Varkl Rawdafli IIT. W.>"o.fW {
Grapefruit squad departs Tlgertown It but rowed home four Olar. Marrlai, 111. tau t* III ITT M
e ORi5 will be down to about 20 men. lengths ahead of Amherst Santa Fe Nine Rips IWukhari ire Iff, Wanda, C,a H Wadackart oaat ITT AITynan IT''<.

The AMOoUUO frjeo The Southern's other victories Maria 0..""...,.
.y player limit after the first were
4. Chlaaoe IAI Berkely Prep 11.1
Wamnewn.... ". '.,y .. p. e 30 days is 18.DULUTH. recorded in the season's openerat CYANAMID LIAOUf
sr "..rv M".::...... .. r Wan t..t
..."", o..n U. 5.1Le.......I.L. . Cypress Gardens against TAMPA-The Santa Fe Cath I. T....... '21"
.. "....... INI u. 0." Ma5.. : I Purdue and American Universities ;I. IdaaHara UI 101I.
INI P. sand 1 ollc High School Crimson Hawks' 1M
YS 110IM
N.
...... I. Lau A"..... tAl .. (175nr1. PLAYS and last Tuesday over with 1. Odda"* 5.
\ Ii cam up seven runs In the
._ I. ..".. l- HERE TODAYDuluth 1 American International H M:oh Maai Saa1: 141.% IIndividual AI=:::
VI'S .. top half of the fifth inning here oh Ms's aar al 1100
5.timnn. .. 55W lAl ,5)t ....... 12. 1. A
Southern's next home yesterday afternoon NN .
.""" race to defeat
...... n.ATUROAV WTMVpVBltVoiT NI.hOCl. tau/. of the Class A North- will be April 11 here against Berkely Prep, 11.1, In a baseball N'N IndlvMual aarlaal 171 JaniTltlno :
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MWN'5.
FORTLA ahalaani Oct. Adrian M
Vt rlTTSiUP.au AT Henley, former pilot of the Lake Hollingsworth's .. mile game was called at the eaa 5,:uMM,5-i, rrad Vao>an /-t'A;

5 I K...., r.t,: :i. III'I.Mdw.uCN at .WII I Lakeland Tigers, will tangle course, end of five frames because of 4"C.Ira T mbarlakai...,)",a trlaat I 10 ire Claxtan. Chart Or*
eriaat a Jaan Raaarai I 10, earlha
with Chattanooga of the Class the 10-run rule. "I.
prep 10.
? Rartha Mialaaaakl 1
} I Xou.lon"owdoara rw PhadNrha v*. ''"" "MN.1 ClaarSaiarJtun : } AA Sally League today at 1 Jim Vlld, George Muehler and MMM.. Kannealtt I-le, .raaaOOM. 555-

I NY Milo. ... IL .....1. al I" P.we- p.m. at Henley Field. Beard Released John Stanton led the 10-hit Santa .
OAMI
I'. .... Cril aMOuM.v . Duluth Is a farm club of F* attack with two safeties air"At..J..eE= 11 a, ... Lamadl

r : LA,5sN1.y545 ,. .I: :1.mTNL.Mma .cu. the Tigers. There Is no charge LOUISVILLE Ky. (APj-Pro- each. Sophomore righthander Ml, C. L. Walkon 100 an.Jahn...1.Mar.MN Hall.

eAM01usosY, .. MIsmLit 1 for UM eshlbltkm game. When fesslonal golfer Frank Beard Robert Stanton was the winning Lord.SAME
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LA;....=- : CNMSN Whla. s. at .. Detroit la not playing la Lakeland stricken with meningoencephalitls pitcher, limiting the losers to "NAI
j .awfNItAOttPNIAUtAOttPNIA .. O..OIT AT ... ..- there wW be exhibition Inflammation of the brain two bits 555THwN Las

r I:, liotaeon'S Manat CtY .1 ...4....". games Involving Detroit farm a week ago has been released Santa Fe now is 4-1.Th. Crimson eawwra s.4 : : :: : . :: : :: m itPsM 17an

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r'I MIwwaN.filet.' WMhinit.il at KMa former teemmeiee, GUI Trl......, center, end Jim gunnies before same with Tlgeri end Phil. etCleerweter Is no admission charge his parents' home. I will host OLPH at 4 p.m. Tues. H M,,oh oh taam tam _fame.... 1'1'.'.'.Sar..,. .03MKth _. .

I .KSJreV":: !'Clnalnnatl it TameaIt recently All three will ee here tomorrow when the two teem pup et Henley Field In On Monday the KnexvllleSmokies I Physicians said he needs complete day in their next outing. "ndrls.Moat J. M WrM

I Otlrelottan Laut. .... NY">" Si It atart-l' e 1 :30 p.m. semi gunning end Tnendoi were ......d by the TI.... le the Phil fer .utfi.'.... Den will play Little Rockat rest and will not be per :: :'l'b A.a.'J. se 5 !5 :'&Malt. Individual ._. J. M w......

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; I .Ncta Work Emit( 1 cent of the stock. Mysteriously,

-- : NEW YORK Ash Resnick he gave half to Mar oU". That] It 14 i

By ARTHUR DALEY receiver. There should be was there to make lure Sonny Is a rather largo finder's fee. ?

@ eta \(ork tin": plenty of excitement along the : "I Listen wore the right T-ihlrt. And It brings everything full-,,
NEW YORK The Philadelphia Potomac and that's why some &.., .> .' .4A Pep Barone was there to bring circle back to Palermo, who Is
"Jit '
., . good luck. The had out on bond pending his
lawyers appealon
Eagles were a fight. experts think the 'Skins got h : ,:;t '
, ,' lawyers, and Jack Nilon tore a federal rap for shaking
ing football '
team during the the better of the transaction. J"'__ <' ;
past two The trouble Yet ,.to.. -'. .:, : : : I// up dollar bills. But Sam Margot down a> California boxing man-
seasons. Kuharich almost bad to ;..." I "' : ,. >
( I" : Is still his share of the Palmer is the chief lieu'
was, however, that far too unload Jurgy This quarter- ,
much of this fighting was backing firebrand explosiveon ,. Jo'' r")1, action. And fools laughed at tenant of Carbo-a man said to
t., ; Evil Eye Flnkle. control boxing from whatever
among themselves. Dissension the field as well as off it, 1 ; ,: iJ"/" ,
eroded the skills of the birds walked out of training camp , ; ":; '" fif.t., "{ As the Senate Antitrust and prison he may be in at the time.

and sent them plummetingfrom last summer in the companyof Monopoly Subcommittee reviews Nllon, of course, Is clean.
their championship of the other quarterback, King : the contractual arrange- Why bo was even ostracized
1960 and their near-miss of Hill, in a two-man strike : : : ments for last month's Listen- from Sonny's clique of friends
1961 to a total of only five against the front office which ; ,0 Clay drama, the supporting cast down In Miami Beach In

victories in the next two cam. had mishandled salary negotiations i I ,1" grows. When the subcommittee testimony, he was quick to OHIO CATCHES These hoe fferwmm kth from Okl,

paigns. Surrender by the top ; reconvenes today it will hopeto point out that Liston was a led good luck *t Lake. Low." eon .( Fktchtt'i' Fish Camp Pr*,ln I

There were other factors, of brass did not help the fast- I ' "", .. find out how large a role in stupid neurotic, everconfl-& Fields photo *t lr, hold e 74 sod 'Vi pound boss. ). >ht* *r
.. . "" the drama some of these characters dent tiypocondrlae who would.
course, and not the least of fading esprit de corps. .t'-, I eight, this 12-peund bin wi hookd" by Ami Cratch.
these was a n inordinate Only drastic measures by . '1'J' played. .'t listen to his manager be- ,
the ,1> ' Resnick, for example, was described for the Clay fight. NUon Is
amount of injuries to key per. new coach could rebuildthe 'I: :
formers. Yet there was a team and revitalize the {# \ ; ''- '' last week In testimony the closest thing Llston had to

primary lack of one essential morale. He has taken some ; 'as a "hanger-on" In Llston's a manager. !Balfour To Hawk
t Miami Beach Key
quality for success, top-to- calculated risks with his in- training camp Nilon also speaks with forked
c ,,,. of tree-full of I
,, one a hangers-on ,,
bottom esprit de corps such fusion of young blood Into his t 1 "" tongue. In Miami Beach he
s . who cards with
< played the
q mark of that remarkable or choice. former champion, fed his ego left arm in training some time Victory Over Wings
and watched him fat from
ganization, the New York "People think of the Eagles . lack of grow before the fight In testimony
training.
Giants as a passing team" said Ku- proper in Washington last week he said -
I ,Jack Nllon, Llston's ferret-
The Eagles were not .one harich his voice bearing the faced "adviser that nothing was really wrong CHICAGO (AP-The Chicago The Hawk and Wings will
big happy family. They claw shocked tones of the discovery ," ,also gravelly-voiced said that Resnlckwas with that arm before the fight Black Hawks returned home I meet here Sunday night In the

ed at each other until ruffled he had made, "but we some kind of Las Vegas except for a little bursltis Friday feeling that Murray Bal- series' fifth game.

feathers carpeted the floor of ranked only 11th In pssslnf. ,, "athletic director" In repartee When Llston loot the title, four, little used all season Three years ago, It was a Bal-

the eyrie. But a new regimehas hat's more, we ranked 12th .,' _. .. with the subcommittee, Jack Nilon cried out: "We're again has provided new sparkfor I four goal In a third sudden
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come in to sweep them in running That should dem Nllon Implied that gamblingwas ruined. As if he didn't know survival in Stanley Cup death overtime which fired the
,
away Jerry Wolman boughtout onstrate the amount of work Vegas main athletic I that Inter-Continental, his broth semifinal play. I IBalfour' Hawks to a cup semifinal
a not-too-united syndicate that has to be done. ALLIGATOR INSTEAD Of FISH Arthur Crawler was event. ers' corporation had already knee-deflected\ goal squelching of the Montreal Canatiiens .
for $5.5 million. Then he "Since I quit the Redskin sewed up rights to promoteClay's for an overtime 3.2 triumphover and eventual title
.t .
**f for bin Lib Lewiry tut *f Fletcher's Fiih Cusp, but Resnick Is a chunky, graying I cup
brought In Joe Kuharich In 1958 to become coach .t next fight. There was a the Red
as cm v* with triii .llif.rar. Th. 'ftr wi nine-foot long and good-looking man. He says he Wings at Detroit conquest of Detroit.
his coach and handed him a Notre Dame, much has happened weighed 450 poundi.Lakeland. is sports director of the Thun- contractural agreement locking Thursday night was his secondof Balfour had not played for
broom. Dust has been flying In this league Thereare derbird Hotel In Las Vegas, up half of Clay's purse in escrow the now deadlocked, 2.2 series nine weeks before he scored the
ever since. now more faster men going where Listen trained Tor his until he fought again-under matching his entire season's third goal In the Hawks' 4-1 tri-

Many an eyebrow has been for the long ball than ever second fight with Floyd Patter Inter-Continental. .: _ auspices output. _. I umph over the Red Wings a
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raised by a pair of deals that before And a team still need son.' -- --- week ago Thursday night.

Big Joe has swung The better than average running Gridders "If Jack Nilon asked Listonto Only the National Hockey
Eagles' trademark for a long to get anywhere get rid of any hangers-on, Montreal Will Be Minus League rule permitting an extra

while had been the forward No one was more surprised \ Open Drills May 4 I'm sure he wasn't referring to man to dress for the play.
passing combination of Sonny than Kuharich to land the job me," said Resnick from Las offs got Balfour, previously)
Jurgensen and Tommy McDonald he now has. He had been i Beliveau For
Spring football practice for the Lakeland Dreadnaughts Vegas "Jack even asked me PlayoffsMONTREAL hampered by a groin Injury
Both Ku serving as supervisor of offtcials -
are gone. back Into action.
to drive Sonny the night of the
will Monday May 4 at Lakeland Senior High School
for Commissioner Pete open
harich
swapped fleet Tommyto fight." The lucky nudge of Balfour'sknee
Dallas for two huge young Rozelle. Every week he practice field. Resnick said his main pur- (AP) Jean center, as he did In the third on a slap shot by Stan
linemen and the sure-footed studied the movies of every The drills will be open to all sophomores and juniorsat pose In Florida was to make] Beliveau Montreal's veteran period Thursday. A club spokesman -I Mikita shattered a 12-game winless -
kicking specialist Sam Baker. game, checking on his corpsof Lakeland Senior High, as well as all gridders from sure Liston and his handlers: center and captain, will be said the Canadiens hope to Hawk streak In Detroit's
The snapshooting Jurgy wentto whistle-tooters. Being i a Southwest Junior High and Lakeland Junior High planningon followed a prior arrangement to missing from the line-up Saturday have Beliveau back for the sixth Olympic Stadium, dating backto
the Redskins for the highly coach at heart he also studied going out for the sport next fall. wear Thunderbird T-shirts (they night when the Canadiensmeet game in Toronto Tuesday. Feb 21, 1963.
promising but still unproven the plays and players More Twenty days of drills are permitted under Florida did). the Toronto Maple Leafs Beliveau's Injury Is the sec "I think Mikita's shot was on
Norm Snead. by accident than design, he High School Activities Association rules and the Western According to Nilon Resnick In the fifth game of their Stanley ond of major proportions suffered the net," said Balfour, "and

"It is a unique trade," Ku was schooling himself for his Conference. Coach L. L, (Nurmi) Nelson Indicated he dropped a lot of money In Mi- Cup' semifinal series. I by the Canadiens duringthe the Wing goalie (Roger Crazier -

harich admitted on the phone, present post. hoped to play the annual squad football game about May ami, betting on Listen Beliveau the leading candidate hard-fought series. Left ) had the puck pretty well
"but a shakeup was essentialand "I never even had a remote 28. While Resnick was attending for the National Hockey winger Gilles Tremblay auffered lined up. Then It bounced off

I think it should goad idea about returning to coach Contact drills will be held as grid coaches stress to Llston's outward appearance, League's most valuable player, a broken left ankle last my right knee and Crozier
both passers into better ef- ing," he said "But once Jerry a man named Joseph (Pep) award, suffered an injury to his week. didn't have a chance."
asked Pete for fundamentals during the workout This year the spring left knee during Thursday's 5-3 But Montreal
fort. If you analyze Snead as Wolman per B a rone was nourishing Llston's still rules a Take Charge
l'did, you'll find that he gained mission to talk to me, I was drills will be especially important since over 20 gridders spirit. loss on Maple Leaf Ice The series slight! favorite to win the fifth Hawk Coach Billy Reay, asserting
more than 3,000 yards last hooked. From that momenton were lost via graduation and transfers. Promising sophomore "Sonny thinks an awful lot Is now tied :22.: game on their home ice "Now that we've

year and he now has three I had a rekindled Interest halfback 'Larry Peacock has moved to Winter of Mister Barone. He thinks The Canadiens called up "Don't underestimate the Ca broken the Ice, we'll take
solid seasons of pro ball behind in it. The picture Jerry painted Haven and will probably face his former teammates next Pep Barone's good luck," said Claude Larose from Omaha of nadiens," warned Frank Ma- charge," had a minor worry as
him. He should be readyto was bright and attractive fall when the Blue Devils clash with the Dreadnaughts.Most Jilon the Central League Friday as a hovlich, the Leafs' high-ecoring his skaters prepared for Sun

make it big." I couldn't resist." of the glaring holes are In the line where most of Barone, of Allentown, Pa.,'replacement for Beliveau. La- center "They keep coming day's tangle with the Red Wingsin
Snead had obviously out Wolman must be an awfully the interior line was lost. once was Llston's manager, As rose, a right winger, played 21 back. They took quite a maulIng Chicago Stadium.

lived his usefulness In Washington clever painter because few Indications point to several sophomores earning spotson such, according to the subcommittee goals with the Canadiens duringthe physically, but they didn't Defenseman Elmer Vasko underwent
He was booed roundly can see so gaudy a canvas the Lakeland varsity next fall. he was merely a regular season, scoring one, quit. Mahovlich has scored a checkup at Henrotm

But he had a weak team Maybe Jerry is an abstractiomst ..... ..... front man for "three powerful' goal and one assist. three goals and four assists in I Hospital for an apparent Infec
with no running attack, there and it takes sharp eye racketeers-Frank (Blinky) Palermo Gordon (Red) Berenson probably , the four games lion on his right thigh
by putting undue pressure on to discern what is there But John Vitale and Frank will fill I in for Beliveau_a l l Referee John Ashley handed I "Moose may have been
him as a passer. At least he the Eagles a year ago had 1 II Cuba." -out 30 penalties totaling 1 10 2 i bruised by a stick or puck,"

will have runners In Philadel- major injuries and used 12 Liston supposedly I summoned minutes In Thursday night: said, Reay. "The trouble even
phia although Kuharich Is rookies Perhaps Kuharicl New Racing Era Creates Barone to Miami LRS Promoter game. The Canadiens had 55 may be a boil. In any case, we

making frantic efforts to give can see something behind such Beach, and Nllon supposedlygave penalty minutes to set a play want It arrested as soon as pos
him the line protection he will obscurantism. At least he Is the man "three or four I' off record. sible."

need. going at his new assignment Furor For Atlanta 500 thousand dollars" traveling Enters Race Mahovllch scored two goal The Red Wings had a greater
If Jurgy loses McDonald asa with bold assurance. money to get back home while Andy Bathgate George problem with star goalie Terry
pet receiver for his -long When the Eagles fight anyone again' afterwards. L Is i ton Armstrong and Red Kelly had Sawchuk's left shoulder rein-

distance bombs he will gain this year, they will fight ATLANTA. Ga. Not sine e renaissance , a neil era owes Barone about $40,000. WINTER HAVEN In an one each for Toronto. Beliveau, Jured.In .

a new one In Bobby Mitchell the enemy Instead of each I an open field at Hampton, Ga., In the sport and In the automotive The debt was incurred in I attempt to bring bigger and bet.! H.qucs Laparrlere and Jean-, the Wing nets Sunday night I
is faster and other. That will be a singular I industry In general Claude Tremblay scored for will be Crozier, pressed Into his
who younger gave birth to the mammoth I 1961, when Listen reportedly!; ter racing- back to Lake Region- ,,.nnirva'
maybe an even more gifted I Improvement. Atlanta International Racewa y The reasons for this unique bought his contract from Baronefor Speedway, mid-way betweci I first NHL game Thursday night
state in the racing industry are
$71,000, payable over two
in an eruption of asphalt and I Winter Haven and Lakeland or I Sam Bell Named
Schooling Races at least quintuple. Most important years. Floyd Patterson, heavy. TIEDGUATEMALA
Billiards Champ concrete has a stock car race are: weight champion Insisted that the Old Winter Haven road,, NEW YORK (AP-Sam Bell, CAP) Jsmaica -

To Start FridayAt created a furor to match that ((1)I) Chrysler's latest hemi- .Iston unload Barone to get a promoter Harold Peavy has announced . track coach at Oregon State and the United States

Sarasota Track Performs TodayDon of the 1964 Atlanta WO slate spherical combustion chamber title shot.But he will come out of re University will lead the U.S. na- tied 1.1 Thursday night In the

engine-the one that sent Ply, the tie-In with Carbo tirement and compete in tonlaht' ional track and field team as youth soccer championships of
SARASOTA (Special) -. The Tozer of Decatur, 111. omorrow. mouth and Dodge chauffers CO. was not severed by that head coach against the Soviet North and Central America and
greyhound racing spotlight will straight-pool and three-eushion The fifth annual race sche< Richard Petty, Paul Goldsmithand 'opposed break with Barone. races. "niun ut Los Angeles July 25-26'1 the Caribbean before 12,000
swing to Sarasota starting with billiards champion of the midwest uled for the mile and half track Junior Johnson to almost''Enter Sam Margolis, Philadelphia -, Peavy, who halls from Tam Don Hull, executive of fan. The U.S. led 1-0 at half-

the opening of schooling raceson will perform In two exhibitions will get under way at I p.m. unbelievable records last month vending machine operator, pa, leased LRS earlier this the Amateur Athletic Union, announced time. ._
season and the track has undergone - ----
the -
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Friday night. today at Kue-King This race will be no mere ((2) The upcoming Atlanta friend of Boy Scout and Blinky Saturday that Bell had
Fans are invited to be quests Billiards 923 S. Florida Ave. unveiling of Ford's considerable changes been chosen by a poll of the
Raceway Palmero alike Margolis was VA
of the Sarasota Kenel Club each' The exhibitions are scheduled match between men, or between answer a fire-breathing 427 I described as a business ...ocl- Now, Pesvy says he Is readyto AAU men's track and field committee ! MORTGAGE FHA LOANS
through April 18. except: at 3 p.m. and 8pm. There is machines.I Driver-mechani compete In order to give ]
night cubic-inch, 7,000 rpm engine, ate of Palmero's, and the man FIR T MORTGAGE CORP
better show
his fans
Sunday, with programs arrangedto no admission charge. I skills, heretofore unattained, rumored to produce fantastic who helped the Nilon brothers a Also chosen as assistants were i I I Oh KORIDA
start at 7 o'clock. Minors are Tozer competed in the invitation will be required to handle horse- horsepower and torque figures. and Liston set up InterContinental The promoter-driver has com Senon (Baldy) Castillo of Arizona i' tmviei IB oun aualwaas"sac .
not allowed due to State law I tournament recently completed undreamed of in a com (3)) The condition of the speed I Promotions Inc. Llstons peted In modified and stockcar Mate and John Gibson of Se- Mil t -'UI P.r.w.hoer "....,...-
Greyhounds from 29 out-Hand, In Tampa. He has won power way itself, heavily coated with titular head of that organizes races throughout the south ton Hall University I
short
been booked at more than 40 national tournaments Histion engine a few year east. I- -:; -
!ing kenels have I rubber from weeks of tire and lion and once held 47'/ per
Sarasota for the summer season engine tests. Normally the track i Other entries expected to '
which will open on April 21 Included In his exhibitions will afo.No previous race can throw would be raw and slower for give Peavy a run for his

and continue through August. be the art and skill of billiard any light on. the many po..l- the first race of a season money over the quarter mile IS THE TIME
Top returnee Is G A. Anderson shooting and trick shots. illitles of the outcome of this (4) Goldsmith's unofficial asphalt oval are Jack ,Johnsof

who had an even 100 "winners contest] for It has been 146.818 mph lap three weeks Auburndale, Gene Tharpeof RIG ii TO LET US

last season.Other WAIVERS ASKED racing ago; Lorenzen's 147 plus mph Bradenton, Ken Armstrong
auto
outstanding kennels returning heralded as an I a week later; the consequent a and Buster Standrldge, both 110

include Circus City TAMPA Fla (AP-The Cincinnati threat to Johnson's 1963 Chevrolet of Kissimmee, and Clarence mmJ:!]
Ranch Summit Kennel. James Reds Friday asked for Haven Grapple Card official lap record of Rice of Lakeland.

G Conlen. Lawrence B. Hughes waivers on Charlie Neal In order Features ChallengeDeath' 141.435 mph.S Gates open at 6 p.m. today
H B. Williams, Fred Whitehead to give the 33-year-old Infielder ( ) The as yet unknown factor warmups begin at 7 pm. and
D. E. Rowe, Carl O Tracy his unconditional release. Match : driving personnel. AIR, races are scheduled to begin 1 3 Kool King fti-' f'l

and Cecil Austin. Neal, the hitting star of the with Us short straightaway at 1.30: p.m.Tampa.
Among newcomers are Alder- 1959 World Series when he WINTER HAVEN Topping and long sweeping turns, will
Crossover,played for the Los Angeles the Winter Haven Armory drivers jIP
son Lentz Kennel demand the utmost of the .
Kennel, Joe Gerard, John Grim- Dodgers, batted .211 last season wrestling card tonight will be a at the tremendous IncreaseIn w, Bay Tides { AiR CONDITIONING
ley Jr, Ivory Tower Kennel and for the Reds and the New York Texas death match sending speed and the resulting
Kennel will'Mets He has seen little action Pedro Godoy against Tito Carreon. : ..
Joe La Croix. Huron handling trlckiness. Iu"' ', Anil s. 1N4 .0,51 t.
I 'II a T., Mw 4... 3,,44 r ...., was
I this
return after several seasons- _spring With these factors and the I .
First bout of the bout acrdwill =.i r,
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I 33 / % MORE COOLING
begin at 1:30: p.m. presence of front runners, Fred I ......
lV 1 Rr I .orenzen, Parnelli Jones A. J.'
'
tothe
1. Godoy
T Carreon challenged
t t Foyt, Billy Wade, Fireball
match after a rhubarb -
death Roberta F.ltMMiiy
PROUD FIJHUMAN
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will be and others, one I Panthers To Play
last week. There ,
.f Auburn1! is ell Serviced
certain, and one thing only or .
decision nd no disqualifi
no > be the This race will be a matter of smiles was the {.ch .It. <*m* MULBERRY The Mulberry
cation. Winner will other the survival of the fittest, and up with In Lk. Julian *ur *lJoh Panthers will entertain Southeast Installed NEW
wrestler who makes the lent is known about his posible ..', Pull C....*. H. **..fhtihillcrclir from Bradenton at 7:30: tai

lone In give the single up. bouts rounding ,. identity than ever before.]I . .n4 aged boos. p.m. today In a high! schoolbaseball !, A
--- .. me pantnersoi
game
0 Generators
out the card Jim Bernard will ,
Coach W. L McDonald will be
Heath, wrestling r
with John .
grapple
for 4
at Pmecrest a pm. contest
coach at Sarasota; Tim 0 Starters
oti
F 4 on Tuesday
M Woods Is paired with Tom Brad-

ley while Pat O'Hara, who promoted 0 Carburetors

in Lakeland, will grappleDon Senior League
Whittler 0
Ignitions
Promoter of the matches is Meets MondayFinal

Cowboy Luttrall and the National 0
I Speedometers
Guard sponsors the bouts. pro-season meeting of
the Lakeland Senior League
i wW be Monday at 7:30: p.m e Windshield

|Jets Sign Two room at the Florida Tile training Wipers ...t .,+

r. NEW YORK (AP-The New All managers, coaches, /
'York Jets of the Arrierlcsn Football board members and adults Interested tLLf

( League signed a pair of free In assisting In the

,agents Friday Both are line-I youth baseball program for
{ men. boys In the 1J-17 age bracket BENNIE WHITTEN'SAuto
The players are Hase McKey.i should attend Monday's ses
..u- 348-pound defensive tackle from) agora

Arizona State and Mike Blazo- Schedules will be distributed I Parts & Service

LARGE SHILLCRACKtRS. .n4 Mr. Edward Plaids "'Utrfnt vich. former Florida State I along with dales for the play 410
S. Florida Aye
a. *f iKfllcwcktw csu.h' .I" l... JulUrt. we *f Lun.Yl iguard who spent Istt season Inl) TAGGED IASS-A"". sod, Ill, UV.IIt 4i.pl"y talt4 bin er auction, registration' and Phone 632-3115
I tub e.TII. ctcb .f tS ..'I''"*' 16 pwnds. (the Canadian league | Ik.y "laadd I.. Like. Julitn oat .f lim Vi Fish C....,. I tryouts. "11IIII



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through local development and ,Am Sid I 157 n* fl'S 17* 4 .
K..nCL I 10 17 es'S ,** 3 H 335+ t.4o liriol A Oil II VI Hlli.Kilwr .
I ...."'b..* .f Cull Diilgn, t4 Enliit.rl". Corp., .*.I(,,... of the |!*nt pr.|*ct. St4 "'at to Mlnroh civic groups to "express their Am TIT 4)) Ut 141 lit* 11 lilt Karp MC 1.20 111 375 .." 7* 7'* 7744 tt InS S44 lit* lOot *

Ii J.tk L...., prejoct MginMT i of C.P.M. In flncon, .f fkllod'ilpril, .M*
Bock row Gulf *fficf.lo frm I Ufti I. Wyllyo T.,l. r, locutir vice l ,...14."t; A. D. Kuot III, ,..|.. I to the management andemployees Am Am Tob Zinc 1 U 40 Iii II 14 141** 11 14i"*"* 14 14"**" 4+ \10 Vi Ka.ia.ai "SOMISIS"I 10' ..'aI.1$011'-\. ... Air Sll .'* "' 7>4f ivMcCronr
CarUSO wf II 375 t* M
""11"(* *nd I. S. Siker, ,..aidel.t. of Florida industry AMP Inc .45 II 17* 17'. I7V4AntPM ... Kis.. 5.25 30 31 1% 35'S JO"H..* Mud John M U* 11 13- ifMich .
Cp '111''* I 15* las + (4 \
for their K'.H .251 5 23'4 n' 1 34(4 Sutir 4 5* (5.. uMolVDdKI
outstanding contributions \
AmpBort M II Ira 555* it'S 4 '" .
KIolaf 1.11 U"1. .% t*4 54 14'* 31* 31'si's
> |
qualified for the Anicond JO 1434 45* 41 43I'* f
compahy'sTorch to the State of Florida AnkonCh ... M 14* II 14 .- 1'* 13'* 1i4. ..5 NaPS Mni .12 .1 1. )'.* uPincit

Power Plant EngineersTo (leaden') Club four and its economy." ArmcoSI I 07 ,,'* 744'' 4 lit I.,... ..... 30 53'S : ; 4H 4H+I-14 Pot 21 I
.' .' M t'* V "
Armour 1 40 II U 114 53 +1'* I 10 lSi 11"" *- -" Sic' Grou .I tuu
I years. The proclamation pointed out LOll ort 10'U Scurry Riln' 17 I 12* 13',
111'* WI :
ArmCk IK* II I 111 11)i V. lid lIS I'. I''" 1140 I. ,
LOll
Neal and his family reside at that the state is gaining numerous Awl Oil 170 II It* M* 3* Loll..... 117. 7. 30'0 "' 1'10 10'4' Vt SbdW Air '5 I. V 14Slonil
390 17th Street AudDG 140 1 55* 55* 55* 4 VtAtchlin 5SPO,, .10 IS"" "'* 4S .. OIIA .. 30* It* 10 tSmrrv
Use Computers On Job Northeast in industrial plants, and 1,Ml 103 20* M1'* M* 4 '5 Ilb McN .111 7. 11'.. ,.' '* 34'* !7'''+'1 R 1. 7* 7'tt '4SvnllK
Winter Haven and attend Inman that existing plants are expand. AIICLIn II 11'0 4t'* 4t'l -4AtlRlf L&M' s4 iiss' .'* J IH .. c. sos 33 77 75'i'ij
I 40 54 So'S. .1'1 3'A 4 lit ds. .. >'* "'". t* TKhnlcol .50b.d II'* 174 ml
Park L4l& Ci's 11.
I new offices at 124 S. Ingraham Baptist Church. Ing at a phenomenal rate. Atlll CP 77 l>* t* 1'" 4 LI"lft I", Sf 70'4 ..'' 1'10 HH 11HU Un Control M SS !-. .
if Sponsored by the Florida De. AutCint .10* 53''* 14* 14* "Vi4.VCI 1.110 541 3755 : ,. 10H Wobb (toni UIt . .5PinS
I Ave.. Lakeland. Sikora said al Corp I .4 '3'* 211* 13'* L.L.ock""rc... Thai St. 13040 4H .'*. ... totil' . tilt il ATotil
personnel in the firm's tent Paint Center velopment Commission the AVC C. .75* 11 M 71'* 00 +2'1 iwSCim I 54 54'S 13'' 4H 4H- U ttock yur .. 7isi.i'a
Florida Industries Exposition in Avnit 40b lot taIl is's !)'* .*4 5.55,5 u.s I 515 13 : 1C'* ..0'* . Plnol' tolll' bond Mill . ISM inTotil
: porary offices In Plainview Tex Orlando's L..ILI.n 29 33'. ::12' 1 14 t''"*+ H bond Mioi y""N S5,1!
will be moved to the Lakeland Under NewManagement Exposition Park April -8S.bCoct&WiI' L..I I'K"' 121 755 7'
14-17 will feature 300 ,1St dl d'' .
nearly Lorlll..d 210
office. 17 ) 41'i 53I1 >
o
exhibits representing thousandsof 1'elLlm..oIO' 51 ll't II* I)* Vl 'L.ult.1 I. :Jot 73'4 45\ -
Sikora said Gulf a.' a.' -M- Averages On
Design expects HUGE I" t 3455 *
products produced in the Bill 4 Oh It 42i* 411* 43'* 41Miunlt ,MockT 1.. II 40,5 ..'"
to employ some HO em The Lakeland Glidden Paint State ranging from missiles, 1 20 7 U* 1) ll-i* I M..fd 1,1:11: 21 10's 11''

ployes by the middle of 1964 Center at 319 S. Florida Ave. foods. and lickmin In 7* 17* 54"* 17* 41* Mad 14 (j., 17 I" ,.. Stocks Hit
sugar paper to phosphate IWChAIr: 40 71 14* 14 14''* '* :"m.C SIt .1 12'S dI' .
He added the firm anticipate is continuing business under chemicals nylon and llll How .40 101 13'.3'' U HImdH J Il saflaii .55 i25 4055 505

a payroll of "at least 1300,000' new management.R. 140 51444544 Vilinoult I M4I.IICI* I 11 S"'I I"'
electronic units.Oak I 04* II _tIS' _!'. ..>'* \* I SsrMid 1.11 12 33'" 33" New PeaksNEW
during 1964. C. Conover and Ronald E. 11..11 .ISV P 0' ;JIll.. .. M arosi' .55. U 12. ". iv l.i
Jones of 1I..h Stl ISO 245 3' :35'l 3I' + 5554,1st ", .."oM.. I I2S 10'S tO Tn.uury. .
Lakeland
"We are proud to contribute purchasedthe ....'.. '
1.20 29.1314 42' I +5'S MorOlt 110 3' II'. SItS. and plaid Ion
to the continued economic store Wednesday from R. H. View Swiss, S 175 So'S' 4414 "''I 'I0* cDon..I I. 12 5444 :.. YORK CAP) Despitt
SwAN' I to 5 14'S' 1JOt 74a MmdCP '.70 17 M'... 1 lId .1"
growth of Lakeland, Sikora Clark of Mulberry. Conover ... ta's 5, 4 III which
. W. I .70. MmCS 2. ii Ila's 5I5I.S 351 . dIn a scare upset coppers and
laid, "and we have great con who has nine years of experience snail Mtu 56 l's. 114 7'S 5 145r15,5 ", ."Cft.JOe 11 12(5 ,,'. 92 .." some sharp profit taking in airlines
10' .0', 10" 4 *
S
'idence In the future growth 01 in the paint business, will Estates Sets 51,* MY tAGS.15 CI St's f" ro: t 5SrusIcS Matrani MOM 1,50..0, SoC 57 31 31 U 3354 _" .1. 13 the stock market moved

Florida." be manager. 10 lOIS I IlIuck..PL' Mid 'U 111 IS 4254 SI'S f" balance
-.1.1 higher on yesterday and
.. 10 4 'S
Besides a full line of the nationally Open HouseOpen Sucy I' ,10 54 5 II''' 57's 3'S 27", 5.,, Mu MImICS' Hon'.7* liS.0 1235 235' 12154 21'''' ' ""1 -.." 'posted new peaks in the
",
advertised Glidden 555 C..60 IbIS ISIS 5514 + 4 1M'" 2 aver
M1IIIMSSM I 100 oTis II 17 -I
Walke/Named .. Trading was active.
21 4 ages.
lIu".d .251 .0 2S4 27 S'S'
paints, the center also sells wallpaper Sul..60 U' 274. ..') 254' *4srIId Ma'OC'Ms Kin T.5s I'S 7Jot S'S 735 03.74 ..O A

and carpets and offers a house will be held this 1.10 IS 45'S' IP.I 455 +114IiarriuMla '_..co 505 IJ 53'S 13 2 mis.3 0255 generally higher trend was
I 1:1.: 25 U 334* + 55 I 204 .1 71'iI.. 70''' i: shown by rails, oils, cigaretti
Insurance Co. and weekend at Oak View Estate, Mon..n 5* 13 : 5.15
decorating estimating serv
-c- "IOU I." 29 a.. 31 Ii 25 111 stocks, electrical
ice. Colors can be custom a new woodland subdivision M.Word I .7 :35'S 31'" hiS _., equipments,

Agency matched another service. being developed by A. F. Pick- c.,' P.S .50* 14 S'S .'" 54 I4 ", .....11.101I 101 27. 035 5525 -.. 13 rubbers and farm Implement I
Manager as (5CiT'RL MitS.eiS I II .7'4" NS 515-3401
7 614 4"4 -
C.II.hM.m Cl well
Lakeland Glidden Paint Center -ard. Lakeland realtor. in cooperation .51 4 1555 15'a' U'. . -N- 1 :::::::: a 5 55.5: 424 as a variety selected

Robert W Walker of 1828 Elk Is open Monday through with .7. L. Ewell, J, P. C.U 1110 '" 31' 31's "'.. . Nit AIrS, .55 452 5354 si'd PItS -4 .25 Issues
Can DIV I II 3. 33. a. .. '. ISIS -.3 .as News that leftist
10'10 a
I' "
Dr., Lakeland. has been appointed Saturday, from 7 to 5:30: o'clock. Butts and E. R. Glass. C.n Pat ISO 31 3114 3"1' 21'S 'SCafIi H.H.re.n.IIIIC.454 45 555 tS4' I' u 12.5 "411 candida'

of The developers said Oak View' I 60 12 55"') 55 55 (4C.rt.e ICISIII I 20 32 73'S: iSIS .IS _.3 .u for president of Chile .
agency manager Pd 1. 21 13 II'.t +1 2. _., .11 ie'would
.20 1.,00t 70'"* nationalize Amencin
Estates has been NOSrY J
created :
I Metropolitan Life Insurance to C."or "W' 55 I'' 20'1 20" .4 (5Cii. 27(5 3714 a 7
: Company's Lakeland district DeLuxe CleanersIn meet the demand for large| JI his" 13'. 12.. 13'. 4 ..'S. H.'Fu.t H'OI.I I 1 20 U 7'I 32'" 3105 II 1'.1 copper companies in that coqiv

shaded lots in the suburban CII.T 1110 U 13'" Si'S' 53 4 5.. H'G.n 010.*' 044 ..30 . 1. try he wins led to selling at
office, it has Cilaniji. I 60 IS 1t''I "'', It +5CilsI. 2. 17 5I5 51'S iou s i
been InstituteDeLuxe area. Oak View Estates consists .. 5 32 II'* 32 4 04Camolnat PISILSSd*30,05 .'51 n.7>II ia'S' 97.55 5 '.1' copper stocks. even those whose

announcedby Cleaners of Lakeland. of 40 acres of land shade :Can Huel I.,50,I 31 I 50'13.., 4014)3'1t 434 3304010 4 05 H."I 1.11 I" n 31 51 21'", 5714 25'S' "115.4-.' 534 resources lie outside Chile.
managerJohn Small
by oaks and other trees. The'Cut 'W I 2. 25 il's 475 575 . 19. 3S 34'5" ,. -.d 15 Anaconda and Kennecott how.
NYCait .50: .
R. Fenn. 626 N. Florida Ave., has been Carra 1.0. '1'I''IIt: 404 '. .
.. 5
: Walker Is a accepted for membership in the cleared portions have bee n :C........ 010 02 575 laSS 5555 '5 HVCIII HI.vM Pm IL.I tt"SO''I'i so'I". I 11 -.' 12 ever, have Investment in Chile
\ planted to bahia suitable 'C.un..I'C I 02 324 2. 21 -.. totaling $1 sod
grass ,stIK' W. 13 *25'S 12"1 72A I. abt bilion.
of Kala- National Institute of Dryclean- ..
native Ch.1 I I" 10 355 31' 3754CtmIIn 52'S .
for a lawn. : NA 514 I. 10 12's 11 these brunt sell-
permanent I 20 U 355 :3415 35(5 4 'SChick.r
mazoo, Mich., a tng according to an announce NaNGIS 1 II 22 52'10 52'S' .
The tract Includes 22 lots Mot ?' IS'S IS'S: 1r.: : 4CS. Hor'OC S 40. :If So'. 04 ..1 .. . ing. Anaconda was the most icive .
of Kalamazoo ment from the Institute which ., fl'71'4 70 IsCNIMII '
graduate Ott 4 .. 35'S .,. .
10 3.
each carefully planned in order : 5tP I 22. 2'''' 554 54 0. Natal 1.26 1111" stock, down 2'/i at C f 0
Central! was confirmed by James L Colbert ,.. I 31 305 20'S
that both size and vista will appeal -I CtPniu 1.00 1U'.. :SaSs 3la4 .5RI Horth H..I.I 1.20 .5 .7'S p54 II'v. .. 143,000 shares. Kennecott "
of DeLuxe Cleaners. I 11' "'. 214 355 + 110h"tCrft 3
School PadS .
High an :
< SEN 354'
to varied tastes and developers : H.on I 200 IS I-- sixth most active down 3 at
.. .
.1correspondence's : .1 4 II' W. ida ISSrvI.r .. I. 0 list ,
has The National Institute of Dry- ''Hlell I. 20 3514' 11'1
completed "' noted. No lot Is less I: 1 4" 444 Ad'S ..'. ... I -0- .... on IM Nw 80% on 57,700 shares.
Is trade association ? 2'w.tt 27 + 1.
** amiM cleaning a elT pInIM' 0 PriSsy
than one and one-fifth acres In ::1tSISv 30 3,1.1'1.... AS'S 455ImsIIuI Occl..1 .25' 71 34'S 3d'S
CKUrMc8MeVby WALKER representing more than S,50! ( size, ranging upward to four : 1.20 22'10 31" 3204 + ISwa 0111. Ed ill II SOot 50'. I N* Phelps I Off
drycleanlng plants throughout :: Ciii 3 II 11.1 121 Iii ISoIgPaI 01l..1t 525 131 deS' .'s I Low Lori Cnt.
acres. 4: 1.20 11.:1.: .. 4J'S 43'4' 54oIIl,5ad 01455.5 110 43 47'S 4M5 '* 77'4 71'* Phelps Dodge, the second big
tension School. He joined Met the United States and in forty The property may be reached :: ,4O 22 11'1 SI'S ISIS 0.14 Ma. ... 51"" 17. M "'*. H gest producer whose mines ire
two foreign countries. Its educational :IIS I II' 4'I' .:I'1"" 44si OmsIiI 1 555 5 t. 05'.. : '* 101' 101't U
ropolitan as an agent In the and by beginning on South Florida c: G.. 1 32 31" 35.. 255 III oats,', I 20 IS as 31'. '* 15'* (5'-+ in Arizona took a net loss of

Jacksonville office in 1961 research facilitiesare Avenue and Pipkin Road, then :::01 "el .131 tu 2I't SI'S 2ta 'SamIcri -P- ..* II'* 1114 Vk' Yt at 701/J. Cerro Corp., whose
/ '.
: 110 44 4055 4544
at Its $2 million headquar-
Walker and his wife, the for. southerly along Lunn Road following -C:,mIsstv' I 13..* IJIIo 13' -I'. 'ocG&1 '.10 to 375 31(4 "" Mt** Mil.114 Vk properties are In Peru,
D. Clarke of ers In Silver Spring, Md., a the to the :asia 5104 II M 4544 d554wadis '.e .tro' In SI'S lOot gratel
mer Betty Croy. signs propC 230 d 1/'. sS'i' 5544 4 '4s,51.clnd ''ocU 1.20 45 31'S 35'S 75 7514. Vk considerably and lost 1'
don suburb of Washington.The A wide paved street winds .. 'hn Am 1.20 715 545 505 77'* 714 *
England. are the parents erty. I 2S 41'S Si'S' *4nNO.S /4 13th most active stockTaking
103* *
member will be eligible I PsrSmPiCt J 11 Sf 51'", lOJ a
new the C .30 10 tI II'5' '1'1'' 14uispa
of three and through tract. .
daughters 100'
a son. 1.10 24 4544 U M'S 4 *5.itainar I P50'SiO I 125 SO'S off from Thursday's
to 'receive unbiased research The developers noted that I,..lICo.l.. 13 4S WI 101* 10314. Vk
restrictions .
c. 1 IS 31'. 33'S" 3'S44I
record the
* .._ Dow Jones Industrial
\10 ,
Pinmy 120. 43 51. sI'S
tests to measure the limit the use of the Cant "1'.40 IN 34 354 254 IS .\
ConI C.. I 47"1.' 47'i 4 .N.. ','wL' I 00 U U'.. 54,5 average rose 2.12 to
Neal Gets quality of its cleaning the ef- lots to one single family residence -Cmiii. 2 20 d S7.. 17 57Cmtt PS '5 .JOe 2.. at"""* Il'S .. Of 1.36$ Issues 822.9. advanced

ectiveness of its water repellency lot with a minimum Mit 40 Il 51(5 .11" III" .. Pin.ioIt S 4, .6'40"
per Cut Oil 3 dl 444* II'. 545. + 4CiIroI P..Caia 45 54 50 SI'S and 479 declined. New
InsuranceCompany treatments mothproofing living space of 1,400 square feet Oil. 192 504 7.'. 15(5 _I'" Plum .100 15 41,5 47 DID

procedures, and such. for single story residences and C....., .... 7' 35'., 37'S 3... 414 Psalm 0 3 tJ 71'S 70'S highs for the year totaled 15)
Corn PS ISO )5 "'. St'S 515* + IIICom.ln PhIla II 11 SS 13"1 32'. and new lows 14
Post it 1,600 square feet for two-story 1 20 I 33'. 32\40 324 -' 'hll.... I. 33 :34,5 33' 1,' Thu,
.. PhllMot 36 St. SO'S 7I'i .. .. n. Volume was 3.99 million
\lit 1.
Craw C.7st 75 52'S 51I 12 .
residences. Horses and
Store Gets dogs 'hllll..1 I 1.1 SO'.. 105. .. .. .
C.n CarS 1'2 31 2\1' SI'S 3. shares compared with 2.41 mil
I Marion H. Neal other domestic animals may be Cr. hll 155 21 535 t SJ $S'" 45CricIeI 'Pila Iw .55 4155 4515 ...... '6
has been
.SO "IS'. 354 'SOl 4 (5 PIIPI.ta 2." 70 "''1 11 .. ....I 1.. lon yesterday.
for the of the
named the new associate man-, New ManagerMrs. kept pleasure Cuel.h1t II 7'1 7'. 7'I pit .,..1 II 5454 l4'5 ......I' by scattered blue chips
.
..
owners. Curtis Pub 30.* 5,1 1(5 .14CurWrt '.I./O./ .20 1'2 III 151'S ... II
11&I ager In Liberty National Life Rebecca Brown for Pickard said two families already I 1O524 20 20 .*.4OinSIn.r ocl&a 17S 3S 5554 "''I bolstered the averages. Du Pont
'ublllln.3If 7" 74
Insurance Company's Lakeland merly with the Ft. Pierce Three have purchased lots with -I>- Pullman I" U II''' 34,4 .OTIOMT rose 2*. General Motors 3 4,

district office, accorcNng to an Sisters store, has been named the intention of building their 10 71 It'S" iNS 9'S. + 54Oavcs 'u.oll I 110 47 41 dPIS . ,. CIosin Standard Oil (New Jersey) 1'i",

announcement by local managerBill of the Lakeland Three Co's \I I0S 151I im", SiDi. -Q-R- ,.. miss "c General Electric % and International
manager homes SUlly.
at an early date. .,. 120 29 '3'. d Q'. .... .CA 110 554 35. 35I5 1'
Folsom. Neal formerly Sisters store at 126 E. Main He added that there are many O.&Huel.tOeI.' : 5454 3d'S 5It 4 14DisO 5550.11. 1M"'" 57" "Ioc'4 beh....'. Harvester 1'/4.

served as an agent in this of- Street. 50 I. I" .SIIt U + ISOm'IISGW Isyma .15. .50 20 535 _
additional acres of woodland I 22 SO'S 20'" 20'. + .55 I.din. C. 31 II'. *35. 13's. Average RIse
fice.He Mrs. Brown assumed her in the ownership of the developers O.IE.II 1.20 12 33'S' 3I'. 3255 + IS .lchCII .al 45 13"1 *15 -I'4 ..
has been with National 0. .,..1..0 57 17 is's 54'4. (5 5ubAvIS, I SI IS'S II The Associated Press averageof
Liberty duties
1. An house
April and 45
open .
plans are now being Olin" ... II.. 4544 455* ISDI III 5 iSO ,,'. 464 .
eight years and Is a member -will be held all day Monday atthe mad for the development of I.. I"1'1 35's .1 + IIIIIII 1nioa SqiuD. 1100 34 31'. 3755 5015 I5' _+3. 6 stocks rose .6 to an historic

c of the local Association of downtown Lakeland store the second unit of Oak View = alt 55 515 7 :;:' 255 2M1 :: : = ,....II.JOIt 374 102 41'4..'... 43'S 3S i5 .3, topping the pre.

Life Underwriters. Neal has Refreshments will be served. Estates. Dow CIs \: ':U:' Sill SI'S t.ISDsr imicO 1yflMit .: 34? M'S :: :: : : ; 315. _+ 1'1 .vious record of 303.1 made
14duPlISt :
1 Pt'S _fl'S Ilium. .201 13 Ii'S "'". ass .'March 19. Industrials rose .6 and
I SOS 33 HI .2 5255 Il'S IIChlO1l I" 17 "'.. ..' 0
D\I4I Lt 5.54 3554 SI'S II'. IS ISartcu.t I 35'S 25'S 54. .;ails 11, both to record peakstilities .
.
..,
D.. 'm.1O .2 5135 5(5 N 1'
,.
.UIJO 51a5W' Core I II II IPI were unchanged.
I I.
u//' .//11 .<, j l" '" -E- 15"* Out S7t 514 '''4'''' .
ua .t ,1,. 37 4 .. active
Mel 33 *35 13'1 Eight of the 13 most
< E... AIr L''" I3t 354 314 :iwssE.stGP loyal" 51(5 + IItt
1,49. I.*.. MI4 I4 4 .5 1545? Siat 71 13" IJot 0 stocks declined and seven ad-
E.stKi I 200 SS lit' III II' ISIatmsM -4- '
I..s vanced. of the losers were
tU SS "'It 43'S 4345150n45 I .0 47 535 4115" Si
I 30 U Sn'S it "'.. 4EIIMSI
: ,IU. L..... I 011"" S2'l coppers airlines.
.05. 432 6'40 55 44 + '" .
.
145 II 11' 21', _
'SL 5iIIP
.. DwJ IBM touched 600 the first
,
14SIPimNO ,
EIA.ic Ust 41 5454. 13'" 3345 aiaP ,._ Ii 31 345 fo
I 110 II'. 305 1\ + 5.50555' .11t 200 Isc SI'S"" since 15 1961 closed
EmamEI I I ..'. OS'S "'. 54Emuraid tme Ot. bt
I 44 20 155
_
scpl >
;w All It'4 till 5114 .. khma 1,455 44 55(5 nt2Trt4l" !$. gain Its
End J.M 57 2S "''I 54's 4 4 Schick IS 55 .5* 2 ,444 Its !l-time high was 607 made Oct.
1..LICIt .5 100 4,4 45 45 IIIE jj
|
ICM :It N 5755 17"S 71 4 0 31
..,. 15 1961.
laottII.
.101 115 3d'S t2040 Icott'.to 54 :37's Si'S n 355174055 ,
..,. .IS 51 U'" 33'S 53'S. 110 1oo..L ISO .1 Si'S' 47,5 "" 1 ISIS In *...,.M

-F- _loGO to 515 51 5i'j .. 411 too
PaIrS" Whit 535 1Va'I'( I'll 4 "55" Ii.,,S 110. 113 IOSlit ItS ... ... .. .1...
fll".m.tOe: 50'. 21'" 204 4 III a.luu ... 15 25'. U < Credit
I f.I'CIt 11r. 51 7.. 15 314 '4 i 5.-ui 51 S'S S'S I Bartow
; F..N' Mella 13'I 13'. -I- IsFdd Shall Oil m 50 7't 4755 "I
: Cor. I II II'. II 11 4.Pi'raCp SaltY'S ..Ir IS 22" 12.. ,
S 0 17 di's 45'S' 45IS(5 I SPmt'm W5 1 35 lOS'' 100" C. CI_'Card
,.. ... .
fillrot I" 35'i' 34 35'S .4PM. 011.'. Ie .. I. SystemIs
"',' III .So '1'. ,,'. .'2'. 4 'A ;;P;;:' C. 5 ii.1-14I iSIS i 5" i P'S r.M::
FIIChrt I OH '71" 454 4) Smith "0' IS 3"31' 'S Iii
1'11..1.55 UI st'i Si SPS 4 54PSi Smitilli I 200 17 47'S .PIt 1. IMI/'| Planned
Pt 1.1' e 'i ..'. M'S" .. ,a.coi.n455a0 70'.. ,
1'1. 'L '.2' 10' 74l4 i45 7455 *4 puaIlOa 2534 33...
I'F..tO" Id 3114 iws 51'4 414CISC 1ouC.1' 1 OS 54 II'" 31 '. ,,' 53, BARTOW Plans for a city-
Carp I 20 55,4 17'. 5P51 05Pmt. 1..1ht1C 1.70 II IS 54,4 123'* 121
U .05* 25 \J'1t 12 II 4 55 ....H.IG .20 20 SI" as's '."" In', wide credit Hard: system will b

I'.d Mot 1 251 M's ISlit ISIIo 54Poram 510 74 :: 15 ,: ., |.'' discussed during a meeting
0 10 IS "'" '10'S' 1554 4 14 nil :, 3 *0 25 *2'S" 11'' la'*
Silt WiH a 27i 24(5 17. + "5 5.av 55.5 a.2 11 5755 I merchants and other interested

1',_" lto 51 IMS 34 It 51. =' 1'1':' 35 fi'" r* 54I 44,5 parties set for 8 o'clock Tuesday
P544t5 5 JOe II 355 35'4" 2011I 0 .. 3 5515
-GoO.mbSk S'I,_ 120 5t 7. 77'a .' 6'.1 I night at the Chamber of
lid K.II..n It 1011o 5515 '. SI'.
1.10 5 334 illS 32'41 I4 Commerce office.
C.I' 545 oOS *0'S '.
G Acctlll I I 10'1 154. 10110 + 14 lid"dOlIl"ro OIl : 17 W'. 53'S 711 7''' Stephen H. Grimes
president
0. Clu l.tO It S3"'I st's' 51(5 (IGait ,
..dOIIHJ.700 'U" 15' l 32.* 114
07nom. 550 in'79 .. 14 25.5 355.. (5Gm5Iac IItt .1011011 5 anD 57 10140 1.331* I,33I-" of the chamber, sai that credit
suss 574 Sa 4
.
.
IS ISlit *345
.
GIll Paid 5 da 05 to to'" 4 Iia .lCnd., 5 33.5 '.D references from city's merchants

Mills 120,21 .._4 w4.IS" IlCutIClI 51.1W. 1.211 120 54.0 45 11'1 "sli'''I' 1.3P. I I ). will be used to issue
OmiMiS .t5e IJf '05OPraca
n" 514 n +
'" 575.
.45 2OS" in
a4riDru credit cards good for use any
I 20 45 21 57,4 575 + ISOPuSV
I....... 1,50 35 3445 .Iot 15V
.I" Sf 50" 515 (4OPUDUs I.
Ci + aISdab.a.? Sn S'S .', 157V, of the participating atom.GrImes .
I 2tI 15* 3414 32110 33M .
OM ala 1.20 II sins 11"1 t7"OT&II.II \' C'4 lUll Oil lb 11 5754 se'S 111 J, 5:1': I said a committee .
I'IS 3314 a.\40 .* 5,41,51 1 .o I" II 3554 '* 11'. I 545*
31'4 + 4 ,.iftCs I" 31.... W. 147* been working on plans for the
(j..Toro.SO US 21 ,e'S VI'I' + 55
o. 'oc II 53 545 454 444 + 55 -T- | Mi. 5 m's system for several month and

OtllYOll .,0. 45 30'S StIS 354 4 54OiIIiflI tint 0.. lb iS 7 2215 3114 '.n'"* UJ he said that the plan now
fl '.JOe US 510 3'00 3155 'SGISIIAI4 T..oc. 120 54 U'. 735.
of PlorU rack
POLK PHOSPHATE AfLOAT-.I.r iklpmont* Pr..ipS.i t. CiMorm. h.
"i . .ISa IS'S *35 13"1 TI. Oulf'od 45 .,'" 51"b iS ready for a public presentation.
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1 53 454 45 454 -Itt 1'T..ln 5 ro SI 77'. '0'.. 7 VI | 001
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loc G,..... to lk. sa the ph..pksta ee... 4nrlii4 to C.'lrfrm. ...,,. The Rko Qu.." ,It *p..r.td O..U.I" 2554 154" 20'" 4 5* 'Tmt'aa 10 17.43 435 lot CITY (AP)-An Inernational -
O.ssC5 110 24 tI'S 17' 27. (5OtASP Thlollol I 121 35 145" II'.
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II. 554 ''' -0'S TI. 5 I. IJ. .
ihippinf the Mck ftom IH .,...tlo". .t lr .w |a list Fortlllun. a Clil*
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r CLASSIFIED 1'* ANNOUNCEMENTS EMPLOYMENT EMPLOYMENT HORTICULTURE: L'IKELANDLEDGER_ Sits irday, April 4, 1M4 U !


I Ilit. imps AtBridge ADVERTISINGRATES S trisnal Notices S2 Help Wonted] 54 H.lp W.nte-' Male 71 Tree SergeryINSTRUCTION MERCHANDISE 1* MERCHANDISE


WIDOW WARTS to mart ho'and ", .: ELECTRONICS TECHNICIAN Sway EXPERIENCED sooPas Inihintiat TREE TP4MMX000 sltroa Sod.dIn. 97 Artlclss For Sole-Mi 108 nones i Mw-iltol lost
I ....."_. Pltaeant room. preierMy . publl In Winter Haven are and built spa B. C 11I41 yard .work MU 5.4515
I 554 p". ,.,.. .......* VIM a...... Re,. Mutt be II........ Excellent t*. Deeeen Roodni Come..?. UU 3M. '1" rssor,. powse mown.Tw. BALB nl Baby Orand. .
Minimum. || word ....._ ..oh.n..... Woo,..,. aler .., portunlty. piepiy. ta Bas M-tit. 8-'J' sold hand "Ytil ....... !'KIA. Coaeolee and Spinel.
Minimum ttsrge-SI.OS 4 and Monday. 4M7012BUILDING Lakeland ......... EXPERIENCED ATTENDANT Inlubrication MU (-JJ40K Real h... Browa.a, SO*. lyl

Word 'WAIlTaD IMMI0IATlLYil and tire examine EXHAUST: or V.ntJl.tloi Florida
Day D... Dart Dare TRADES
Team contest conducted over a araund oak. Bapertenced and do Whit ar celered. Ill day weekineludlnt 14 lots, US. One Sill tandem whorfactory .. loll> BALDWIN.Howard Orandplane
1.IS sis 1340 i3s .J"Ii pendable. Call ketween ( pm. under. Apply la peron .Sc..ls t.lonodna. i-pp beautiful Walnut flnlehLannen .
.. I an extended period are steadily tl-O I 40 330 < 00 lilt 14 Building Carpsnttrln and 11 pm. Aik tar .... Chrlely. Porty Acre Truck Terminal. raller, Four nearly ntw tir". los loo SOuth Tlpcld
' '41 Increasing in popularity, and Ha io is IB 0 i iIroOPUlO. CT i-OOoO Winter Haven aoal w.., M.rnoria1mlnd., I' FLORWA'a LARGEST asS MMmodtr .lit ipar tlrt and .wheel Ivalue Avenue (al.31(1.
-II [ a PAR? TI", ... beauty ethaol, Lkl..djt ftr SIM ell metal
bdp.
KITCHEN HELP wanted Apply In Ie II. Ie .
I'. ) such events ar. likely to play a CLASSIFIED apace KATM WINDOWS. nlumlbHdini .. ...... fled Chimney .nir In morninin A-4) .... > CoOns n. r riot BI Appipto Lobs Bonny Nurwr .BLOND' LlSoaew.LIMED lob Ctrl Piano MU E..rt.
-. SI 35 pit eoluma Inch poranit repura. alienS- MU ComHetelv remadtlad air. eoMltinned. .- ,.1. 3.11.
I in the developmentof Hiahway (2 I.... 411. P iC"----'ll;
part TWO .
major . SO month
I CLASSIFIED t" to pay a-a ample paoin MO 04501AIISCONDI'IlONLNcO ft BALDWIN UROASONT.O Spineloreen
competition bridge In the .2 10 per OracLe columi Inch RATS Coauactlnt, Company. bound N.ID OdIN .,,41 vsmea b.I.I' "Ik* new. moos offer. MU I.411'STAUPFSER Llk* niw. ((21. MU SOLD -
1..aoQ'i
Phon MU 1-IJ8J A SI....,- 5,5015. ... Salon, plus MECHANICALENGINEER refrlaerilia HEALTH and'mia ;;: doll
metropolitan area. Contract" Rate* Upon Rxueet man. MU 10.011 P E auCARPENFER Olin. Tnsoapottalloa '' Writ* nen Gommerclel needed. wt lead train. tnt fan._ ... eeucrt. Ale T>i HP out.

... I Four different types are pcnble WANT AD DEADLINIp0bIle.oeo : BLOCK and kr Itnrk C.U 150.0454. ---- Uta. loi M'3(4,' Lklnnd Led board motor_Ph,,. MU S-IMT PIANO

j : the league or roundrobin, ass Florida rooms, Pitt *amatt ORAOOATB MKCHANtCAL: ( HARLET o..talOlI'l loed '.T. TRADEINJAMBOREE r
EM01NERR
MU n-1190 -
:
: ooo. 1$'
which cannot function satlsfatonly TO WORK An AREA bolt trailer cub
Oar II...."... ATTENTIONLicensed INQINEER 1( RP elecUle Jehneon, (300Pard '11
with more than 10 team; Monday. n 00 A III. (.,,,.41., < 21 Reefing M1NINO SOPPORTTNO OPERATIONS: PHOSPHATe WANT A T-S. tUckihlft. tint (SOtakt Thinking about a new pianoor

the Swiss! .y.tem-mo. familiarto Tumdiy 4 30 F 11 Monday"Wednesday. Insurance PRTPFR POUK TSARII FXPERIENCE : BETTER JOB? It 84 InUrnatlonaltan 1\10
? Now Is the timeto
IIIII 4 30 P M. Tueeday ROOPINO DEPENDABLE workmanihlp IN MArNTENANCB REPAIR truck rebuilt .n,'ne I lois organ
chess players than brldplayers Thundav Lane pavmenta. Moaea Agents WORK LAROE COMPLEX than 100 ..11..00 83 Suldia . see us about trading in
a partial league In GET 4 30 t M. W.d".....' 01. Lumber Company, (00W MTNINO AND DRCDniNO AND Take Your Choke: -.> and heater (2>l. Pin ,'
Friday. 4)0 P. M. Thunday Main MU S-I14I MALE OR FEMALE MATERIAL HANDLINO OPTRATIONS S IBM Keypunch ..ator wIth c rae* tap ,....... your old Upright piano for
which winners tend to play win- 050 211 Soussohlsws. 530.
.. Samrdar. 12 00 NM Frldafimdar ALL TYPES rotidnnUal ar ooelal ... WILL CONSIDER A RECENT S OIls-boll Ion '14 .. '.7 1,1.livI. '. one of our lovely new mix!.
Speedwrlting Shorthand
.. ners and losers to play loners; 4 30 PM. rtldn "., rood repaired or replacMrCor ''' 15 Agents WantedIf GRADUATE WITH DEMONSTRA1KD S 515 000-3075 0. atrlok..d Ro.d. els. Cannon Music giving
OUTLAY S Itooftni and Snttt MtUl INTKRBST IN Typewriting I
1 In which ass
.. the knock-out. one defeat Mondar. 11 00 A M turdtTutidiT lads Watt Oil.. MO 103133. TrlES P1EIDI. PltRMANBHT S IRAN FIRETLACB Mt "lacludurcen exceptional trade allow
. means elimination; and the U:M Kooa Monday you're Interested in earning POSITION WITH EXCBXENT: Office Machines, ndlran. and tools c.U old
o P P 0 R T 11 t mces on upright pianos
THE PI I T a FOR ADVANCEMENT MU a-alll
'" double elimination In which only WtdnndirTHurtd. 24 Plaster Stacco $110 per week minimum WITH A LAROELHEMICAL Comptometers Come In this week I
21 M Sboos 1'1I..41., I
'71 the second defeat Is fatal. .? contact Mr. McDuffie. 310 COMPANY LOCATEDIN BookkeepingStart 99 Boots Motors
PLASTERINO PATCHINQ no.enlitoss CENTRAL FLORIDA StippHoPIRDT
1100 SALAR1
All of these forms of Kooa WtdnMdar Arcade Bldg. 9am. Monday CANNON MUSIC CO.
team Friday. 1900 Noon AluraUona and additIons COMMENrlURAnt: WITH KDITCA any Monday -

competition are well suited to Saturday. II M Nooa Thurida ThuridaySunday Pte... MU tatlmatei l- m.. llcenatd Jeff TM.to. through Friday. IN lION CONFIDENCE AND EXPERIENCE TO TBE WRITE INDUBTR1AL Day or Night ? (100 10'.* equity... la IILikerrafl ",' 30 a 0.130,105 P'rldip A.Is-sIps.. 502.1145
cabin oral with 70
long-playing performances The U 00 Noon Friday :'
RELATTONB DEPARTMENT
HP Mercury molar. (K-IBIW.
organizing body fix dates KIND Tha s.d comas.OS k* 1a000libi. *. BUSINESS SERVICE Old Reliable Company AMERICAN CYANAMID Lakeland
may I. for sic.. Ui.. OB* COMPANY RREW TCII PtANT, CABIN CR02515.: U' Koulman' AUTOMOTIVE
" for each match but perhaps IncorrKt .Initrtton. Ideal working conditions.No BRADLEY FLORIDA BTATINO Business Institute, Inc.: 50 HP Jahnion eleelrl*. ton, *.Id.eyrt.I. .

".. does better to fix a terminal THE LAKELAND LEDGER 36 lownmswirs & SsrvkainUe collecting Leads fur ACtS ARYIt.QUlltl"'AII EXPPRlnCI AND,.. .A1.-"All On Lake Wire. Lakeland I ... .Qatar trailar. .710. TJelferean I I 110 Rsttevrant Equipment

date for each stage TELEPHONE IU.AIJIa Oil all ...h I........ nished by company. COUAL." OPPORTUIIITY aMPLOI.JR. Phone S86985J I I' PT. skI boil with Oatar trailer .,
One team is designated as the .ro Sod small ..11"... P145 salt- and control In turellrnt con ICB MACHINE Frllldtlr*. AIM
II MU ... S flavor drink dlpnr Blln.
II. OF 6-1151 (200 MU 3 1749. (41Mutn *
I. home team and can elect to I *. n IOS repair Norm Florida onbl AuReetrl an, Experienced Salesmen TERMITE ADD P... eonUol taI_ achaol ENROLL far Howl llNallanal, Blvd. las ...1 droll b' .... twafiucett

I.I I.I I play in a club or In a private Phone MU ."301. Also Apply man. Ooerwnce kelpfM. IrnoiNrmi.lo lor.. ( ta heavy( week equipment* actual open soho ,, NEW FIBEROLAB Pl.hln .bo.t. 2l.s0i1. Phone 550.40. Fetenbura

home. ANNOUNCEMENTS J21 -.. AueiundaHUhway . lob trilnlnc. Pro. placement and Murray trailer Price t* Monraer ,

37 Mortrtss RsnefotlngMATTR1SB _. la the tI. and ......... Sara North Florid and Mam...
( The Greater New York Bridge 4 Lost and Found kif SlOOP, hv llfetlmi eecurrty rIot nlurf. Ill Sporting Goods

r i Association as well as the RENOVATINO I. 53 Help Wanted Female 56 SaltimenFULLEK Par complet intermitkm write
. BUSINESSYOU'RE day ..n.... Leo Mattreea Oopuy .. ta w. P Purcell 1111 Sooth Premoat 102 Clothing J CALIBER police. ._1.'. Smith
American Contract Brldg e roOllD: TWO 11..1. hound to Phon MO ._41. BRUSH *. nnratto A'..".. Timpa PlarldaLIVESTOCK "'. NIrkU plaled
John Cci. SCOWL ..... c.u IIIU 'Amu.S WANt-ID. ais II &0JI. "'eel
II League should perhaps do 'tr (100 n ....k In thla. area MSMUIMTJAPACHE .
more '444T Oat W.'I Momarlal Ienllsna,4.ADIZS DRE8SKS
Do SKIRTS bloul.i 5105
II your Tea ean ioect t* earn
; to promote events of this type. Car: BOMCWHIRC bMwwn 49 Wills-Nmpt IARN S SOS till Ia..sms that much to start Call SIS-4B4I 10-1. M..'. tulU work ,..to. the bet .CAM.II ."..1.,.... *>..
Most tournament 1 lit- 'ilk Ftdtral and Pool Bank and 0.35, .1..1 ....k. e-, P M. to tee if you can ..yall.I .iia. IS cheap MU I 2471. 1945 14.ths
players POrt Blvd
get LET MONTOOMERT Ward .IU Flntlla
anllla folder tonltlnln. tmpor.nt ups eonditloai .. Ut* .- tim. for dealtnhlp
..
,I tie opportunity to play hlad-to- ........ Reward Call MU 10noo "rot, ,.....'U 11.Sad to 30 ID.IOII.0.tit.pour to valor pop aa k Puller Bruin. d,.I.l r. Full. iLESMAN WANTED I.. horns 81 Dogs Cots, Pits 103 Furniture ft Appllonc Pk. Po" .

. head team matches which many or MO4 0 Pbo" UU -11113.. 0'formation part ,tint tall Per ts-mt tnrtntr flant I. dtllnry. iso 31-10 CnmmlHloilu 112 Wanted Miscellaneous
. BOAROINO SOUL Keanill
. company ntntflta. hntpltal
would regard as the most satin- 5 Pertenel NetlcesOT iktlon Scoop life ..,eld... and Ch... and Tid Via All.. Hew 'VACUUM CLEANERS rikullboadltlnd 'Oo
tying variety of duplicate EMPLOYMENT nealta Apply Bordan Dairy, Mulberry Rllb..... Phon MOETTY new, Ripalrt par-. cuss. P". you, l"y" Room.MU .
3.0553.. Oraufleld Electrl 1131 ClettlanHelihte
44 isIs WIno Drl .
: bridge. SSU. lied loolai Uses and Bl>d. MU 6-H.naURIO.RATOO.
iportlni ._.. Dial Ma ..31.ro. 52 Wanted I SECRETARYinntnt 'B POODLE Bhopp PrafMilonil -
I Close Decision In Jersey AFTER MUmat. Culbtnon H..a...,. Help 18 Week WantedTRACTOR irnamlnf etude. ....- W A' BEll. 116 Automobiles For Sale
PInS, 13(1 Kithl.en Road. BhepHI4I44 . neater*, nir *Mdltloner*. etc. AU
1I The North Jersey Bridge As. TRADIIIG sTAMPS ..h..1d Si000Iht. pwiltMn. Shorthaaccurate .. Horn. (HI.( 2( ..sasS repaired Prompt eapeaerelc ., WE FINANCE Your trfdlt a
soclation recently finished I Its 410cm... 10' sass 1.1... and typlnt required. Mo WORK wanted Mow *. Bee ui I orsoodl.r 4 51- food. law n* (40 down SunthlnaUMd
.:IoM42LOIS' COLORED PERSON 25 to bet Inner*. Inc and dlaelnt New equipment CHIHUAHDA AKC ..*..I..a. ...II..... your Keltlnator aMorn .. Care. cat.'M(. .
annual double elimination team* Quick eenlce. Call fr free eitlmie Call '1-3010. un P5khorsl .
LIP RoOd Cover Shop KMheetnut 4! years of age Exper 500515504 PROMOTiONS .. Fred L ...... MTJ S-o3a A...": droll, 1330 Kit Auburndal A Day TV-Apllaacti Rd- VOLVO 1001. to.ossys-Irlto...
event. Twenty teams sos.ooa. Dra"lea
were entered
H.,. 12-4 Mliii loot lout speed trso.mlo.bo.. ,
.. kedipreada, sTUDENT. MALE 41..1... RE01BTBRED MU S-317S dl..
alaS covert enced In office work filing part CHIHLAHUAS twemoiuhi ,
and the contest wa -.Irian turta'n*. sea... aorcm lImo: _'- ",',. _. ."..._ ...11 tad. elder. for tele.. (tud''TV b.WU'- : -' "u'" 'f.ff
spread over four months. rod sod tniuilatian "".. typing bookkeeping and APPLICATIONS IIEINO tska Is- 'i33'IOit.Sartow. ....1.ij .....1... small shse.lals ... .- built BAROAINB and lunrantred Completely U* 50 r .-. : t4.IIJ .

Winners by the smallest S dr.d of .... .. to .h.... from cashier, Woman preferred. b.."".'..*. Buallrnt opportunity Sad 0 30 'mhdoe.. MU 101181. 05. Free I Installation. Aiwa sos.. ... IRSCH' lopry ,o.O

conceivable HRIST1AN N Olt S t H. O h.m. would consider Must t* work In a btautlful modern JUNIOR WEST, all lawn eery.le BEAUTiFUL MALI Chihuahuahoueebroke Lakeland keel kuy in Sss.. IIU-4IJ.
margin were Jerome .0'. Dtclil altrntlon .l..n to man talon. ConUe '.".nn.' Dspart.1u:1t. .,,I and ipraylnt. hauie wa hlni Chtldrrni Ml Ooodnetured mod TV al Nit s Day TV UJO loon CORVA1R Monia convertible
U'eusman of It,. ttdl of sank palleni MV have good personality for : Mnntiomery Ward. LektPO8ITTON and palntina. Phone MO I 1316 affectionate. HM eholaBartow Auburndal, Ro.d. Open till S 00 -.alo. heater. aulamauo -.n..
Englewood, Eugene 20253.auto. dealing with tenants. Pos Ilf n* aniwtr. MU S 3100 1J4 bl.h..... MU 2-1930. pm. MX *-tinmo million. whit ildewall Urea, 1(,.
Colman and Nathaniel! OPEN for woesrim Cre.c'nt Drlte. Lakeland. Plorldi ooo milei .
S INSURANCE. Hid job .HILCO ., doublo MU4II.
an at- .n. 0".n.
'ion bonded hours .... .
Eight a with eiperlenrt In
Selden, both of Teaneck, and dent no Iniuranort 15505moatS. modern talon, beauful -. ALEX WEAKrALL. Haul "h.- (9 Livestock . sad condOs$40.. MU .. '01 'ONTAC. ,.. door air '0".
ta .*,. Cell MU 54405000Ya day, five days a week. Depirtmtnt, contact Per.innel phe'. osod for lowsa. call MU I a.2. dIU.no. aleerlni. krakei,

Leonard Karp, Charles Karp and PASR1CS, 3031 North Write P. 0. Box 1009 Lake- Ward. Lakeland Monwomery I'JII.COLOIIED. ,. KENMORE l> pound. wrlnweiher .. .. radio. h..., ..b'lo.
plo v.40. .14. Ii ..h. CIIIMV .. ,
Harold Abrams. all of Tenafl>. Florid.. Oena out et kuilaeit I land. ENTAL ASSISTANT WOMAN cools .kl.. 5-5027, !- two .....a. parrtla .1. 11895 e(> 4041.
In the final match against the S '.It..". lot 3Jc Sultans *MI .. preferred. eirellentay prerlouinerltnr Job 0' nogubai 0 day cab job. rub Mob eftcir. call an- oeREPRIOERATOR 17 CHIVRour 005vortlhb., Eo.Iraoles .
!',. IUIUJ.. tint TSAR od mare lentle, I 5. 53.000 mIs-s. PrlnolaOwsSr
and benefita Bute .
defending champions the win o LEE picture and phota tram Write P. O Box auallflailoni M-311-. COLORED OIHL wantln to maE .dis load and wISh llddl children I .. Inrludti utlnahouM wIth NICE food .sloan also WO ?-I3 Auhborodalo.less .
(200
tiers led by one insignificant international In.. Reaeonibll. 131 Lak Beulih Lakeland Ledior t dayi .itS pay of bOise. day 'U-4I4(. 'I'I ,..line compartment san. Phon CHIVRLIT.: 4 door aedn

match point at half- 0n1n5. SENSOR HAIlS d.....'. IU", '. IOu. kui fire CHI MU -OS N. MU 3.7500.MAPI.5 COoed l"nd I9" ..|. nowSolir

S PO"' SALE four ipac* Iota Feun itllaS 1.0" lIoyltl.-... SOFA bed and chair. (37S Call altar S. weekHi .
time. But that one became '....., 92 Wanted Llmtock . CO" .
point tam n tecuon. Lakeland Memorial, ulai ( III tbo 11I.11. I Ition food. (100 Call after C dips. -(004

highly significant because the ( .rdeni MV (3429. after S ART TIME 4-10 p m. ... to (0Prepar FINANCIAL, -.. MU 54400.HOTFOINT 82 FORD Oalaiia four duo. V.,.

scores in the second half Pt ssaaa 4 tpaihrttl torarry WANTED1 A Ice dairy tattl 501bind. BTOVI end nfrlalar 25.005 roth or axum oam..t.
were
NEED AREPAIRMAN nut" *rdtr.. A-o PluerlaLADIEB Will pay lop caih py105 -,.101 Eait Park
LOOK LOOK 62 Business ,
precisely tied. : LOOK MU -8441. Opportunities Power Dairy MB I otjl. Rcfrlierator 10 ( cu It.. 81.0104
.101 and eiort. (H. Like sew 0111 OWNER SiltS SpecUl. 143
When a match Is won by one Car wash and waxing EARN (JO. aell 20 kU CHOICE BURINBipertle lad leo.to C.II MU 1-2,07OB Can b* .e.. or ..1 Her S D

point, every deal Is vital. The ? USa nationally advertised .h..,- *. Mel Rod,. LIiILA. MERCHANDISE MANOLE Iron. dt: I.,.. lOot.SiloS OU..11.
Special coo and SaDir.tlnaeans.t liter. 1(17 m.a M..I.I 51,4. refrlaerator. 150. ABC wa.h. 5 1 CHEVROLET Biatian .tion.
hand shown Is from this final Advertise this week 795 00.0000. 1J i er after 1pmEXPLRIENCED ,IU '''101. .,. 148: flrailde choIr. (JO, daui V" ..loD.t. radio. heater.

and features an Interesting deoeption : KITCHEN help COIN Laundrlei, 40 waihert. It 9S blcyclst Metercyclei h.d. 121: OStINuS W.ln"l deot. power .1"1 Ormntl. iniidt
You will find a complete Apply In perton Vallerlno K*.. d'I.... Eicelltnt location. both alnil. 'd-p'I. maltrs.o. led PotionS" inline Call MU

by West 227 S. Tennessee listing of dependable taurent lion Eat Main (1(110 John i. ......... Real.CIROCERT TRIUMPH AND Yamaha. ..1.. II. All electrical spell loses III 3-43M after ( pm. MU 1-em.

I North held only 15 high-card: ,to. 111-4103 ud **rvlc. I1fel.l. .1..11. III lood L.condition.. aS04 .Sooth. CrPs- 30 am laS30pm.
Drive ttt 0104
points for his opening bid of one JORIII service firms In Classl HOUSEWIVESNeed AND Market.equipped .011 model*. .port madl. Our,, '" 101 FOOD .0"lIbl. Pull ......
Clean mrrrhandias. .lark Lakeland Cyl Co., IK PRE.SEASON air conditioner dl.count. ; . rip.,. Now 105. PrIOSt.omnor .
LETS hat* cur party. at- find today under "Busl 10 ladies who can loral builneti. MU S.473*. mod Wool Memor l. (12-I1M. .. Buy o.o.atalos-r prlc.. . ..34J( after ( 30Ml .

NORTH (D) IN LAMONDS altAR BODSI HAVEN ol,00No&WIN.rIrt ness Services. work mornings doing out. HOME-POUR rental asIIs. BICYCLES ONE man: S boyi 1 W.No Inane.* Includln until July Initallitloparmenu Any lIp.mob CARAVEU.B "a" iporta con.rtlbli .

AQI7V pistil, turslatsd 00011 10..11.. llrlt clean. terflceablt: 1" HP toolrd Phor. dayl. H.S10nlahti ,. with hardtop radla
", ,,.'11 bt DANCING Baturdar side survey for insurance 'In Country club Silas1401: nrott outboard A.I condition MU i.?OJ'. hsutsI oor.p..d tranimuloa.
K 12 lahu S to 11 Itetett 811. 4311OINQ Rriionabl, 9141 Montlcello. 110. rOUt 4010.1 diM lesS... 0. pro.elOas .
Guaranteed
''We COCKTAILS too- company. aalry 1413OT 500r. 550sr. II .00. 013.

AQ3AQ93 Bttttr phon for our rcMrvalloniCT year around income. Modern ttrlllllei OULP union. Heavily for traveled I.... VII' MOTOR ...."... Paris and SAVE &11 331 luth Ploolda A'....

+ 9" 023. fond volume. Contact Hush C s-oil... Old Tsrno H155.ap. 10. 25 to 50% un WILY' .taloll W..nol"d. 4
WEST EAST No Selling Devil. Quit Oil Dtilrlbutor, Ft MU >.loOOArtlclss on Mis-n lost
THE Mrade, FloridaWANTED. o..b.ul. Portent ShIns. .. .
A KJ .Q32 : Contact Mr. McDuffie, 97 For tsls-Mltc. BADCOCK'SRe lost t"f..Out C.I MU a.UKKviiuiir

vJ3 YAQI)17KJlG$2 BUSINESS SERVICEDIRECTORY 310 Arcade Bid,. TO BUY .Built Living Room loll rRD loon door. soid cos.dbtlo .
.. .,
4 4 76J AUTO OLA8S and door repair Furniture 11".1 diva. "414..nt Tr1 and

4'K1074" 438SOUTH Polk County rill.irti Cliff Inilellid Ward Par ill free Worth ntlmat MM* S J and 4 pier. weekday. oa".nt.a/ter Ii, all day BIO',

Liquor license. MU 0.0010.i..WTOIF.OLtIOs. llflni room iulUiPriced myM
a* Low a* .. '
(0 EACH SIlymouth
A A 10154 LEDGER SECRETARYLarge PORTS ireatlrreduced oO Cf.I..
tarssod
Write Box M.271 $89.95 and
"' up.
S and
3 wmpletelrweldad
V 954 I a.I... lIke ntw. 'o< Food ton.rrtlbl .-
FOR YOU TO USE AS A QUICK REFERENCE Lakeland LeJger. 4(" areeaarpj with S For peclacular Bavlnn *' .. tap 5405. Phont
84 Local Plant i*"k*. (n(0 and (II SO pair.I In med furniture MU I.l.01 I
WHEN YOU NEED ITI loma delivery (Oe. Phono 500.
4652 .---- -- FOR ALB ntabllihed downtown SlOe. Watford Manufacturln VISIT BADCOCK'SUsed 'S' CEVROLn V.S. four door,
East.West were vulnerable. Appliance Pointing public ....O..h.. builnen. Idtaor 1-urniture hodt. .I.I. rd I.. h...... .".
The Must be fast, accurate y.pist I ....'-....'.10'. Pot full de AUCTION SALE lom.lo, . Carson "'Ot.

bidding: POll PROMPT repaire *n tfrif.tratart FRINO BPPCIAL Will pain. and good at dictation. folIo writ ta P. O Pro (gi. DepartmentIn Iga TR.9 eporle car. A-I .ond!
North East South West WANTADS ....hIOl ....,hln.., and block. (rim On* coet paint In- Lakeltnd Florid Every Saturday, 7:30 p.mBAXLA'S Mulberry fire P 55105r.... En*in

1 N.T. Pass 2. Pass eppliancee. call Thrifty, City.i iar eluded two ay tOtes kedraoml Purchasing experience deirable SMALL GROCERY: with IteIss' .. .."."' 1"10.. rear end In paintactirally .
.. will
(IK. for Th e .1. you milt mort (54 cih, ft.
lc Department. 6((- >ouee ((5 Alto houitwaih O"'lori. a..u... Open5u5lt new
Pass Pass ,lot. M3-4156 Age 21 to 30. Good rot retired eaupl t* aunplemeni AUCTION GALLERIE man py for. rOy tim and trip n."ln. eta c* .n..*. MU

West led the heart Jack. Aote Repairs SirviceOINCRL I salary and benefits mmmi. Poor health-mutt tellPARTNER Formerly' Tnt Auction .OHM" I. Molhrrp '.I I O
fringe
non Call '''
PAINTING WASHING flnUhlni .1433. .
w. Buy er Bell for ton I JIIBLER. ill Olna. wai
Inurior, antonIo cons
Pusatndallsnrn.I W.S.BADCOCKCORP.Main
TIRE Seme low Too
no-trump. Many tournament ,.. truck and car Pree ..11m.. ..., ......".bl. Price b".I".... molt WANTED be actlv In rowln pate.*. Pun 4J8I,.Hwy MU(033 It W. olcl.. car In trade. em.4 rio.
J-18vl BJ-(1 Mr Turma
wheat bilanelnc K" cod need APPLY hal unlimited Call after 10 a iPhone (lor. and WirehtuieiMulberry CHEVROLET -
of 15- 1014 too d ,
players prefer a range u. .. reireed MTJ 2-(111. (12.1747. 0.ID TVS from '3. YO Ooor. Florida 0. .;
rdton "' on Oak
17 or even 1513 for one no- FREE! FREEI! r,.., Bee OeorejeService ..I Picture Frames POP BALE bar and pack' .....41. vi ciss-Ico. Workioc, Mulberry Store Hounam Cathlcen. MU 9-0070.
.
Center. I71S north Florida 1.d.IO. ... Plod Admiral asia S ta ( P m. duly. Frl Iltei
.10.i 4 COP Polk
trump Instead of the tradItional . Florida StateEmployment Caunty 11.0'1I..nN. a Sos-I... MO -1(71. rea*..
Anna". for trial summer vuon ... PICTURE FRAMES Beautlfutmra Stack end etulpmWrlle ." until ( 117 Automobllss Wonted
1618. lately Inspection aa tOo and mouldlna Custom and Soc M.Mt. l.akcloadLidsor. 'i-v. 44 N. WObUt.HAVE Open All Dir Wedntidty
family car. Club th. lateit elec.ironl ..idy made. Daises' Art BnopJ Service >( atllon open top drumi 0... (0 aitoriat* >....*. ....I..
Whether to respond two spade nulpmeal. Our meet aol.. 7 Orltan BU.et. MO I.J20. 10' oslo, (100 k 01..<. MU I. Florida. wIITm CLEAN Cs?. 'M 10 '51MOdi
with a hand such as South is ... ...mrIl. tobscir* fl all autornotiva 515 East Lemon St MOUS' AND bull,... to. 1.10, b. 2811 Likeland A'Mciit (tor* Coil UU .3.ftl..
rtptlra. Call ((.1-3223. 0."" Hhhip n ...1 01 1150 I (K No Florida Av*
Plumbing Supplies PAY CABH for pickup trluck oren
always a close question. When, attootbou la3.ea." W. Sins 5555or. Lakeland City. m-1731. AUCTIONFriday Bdro.< k Will TrosaYnu RllhtWESTINOHOUaB under (7 model. Pliaia call

as here, the suit is headed by .. Btampt. I t. H. MORRIS Do-ll Toureelf PivE PISCID0st.omdlnoti. 110 3.5104Cain
63
Iniurence
the is slight PI"'nblnt and Electrical BupplletFree Nitei Only 00, Lii. now. Call MU. .1-5030.
ace, a pass perhaps Covers IN a f..h. tar or pickup
suit A... Soot information and delivery 730 P.M. DELUXE port 'n or alder. sfl-t"e'. "'U'alii
ly preferable to a weakness TOTAL PROTECTION :
for
tool rental pip nut and threat; ps'trtomlIp IbIs dlthwanher Mechanically I 050.0,4.WASTID .
response There is then a good LINDB AUTO Beat C...... Cam 04. 24 lI.y. It''I<.. ......1.. 54 Help Wonted, Male and property with eni W* hop ar nil far roe perfect, cabinet illatitly damaiedRen
elite nutomotiv Interior 'Je OlIO. one company and on* .heckItrvty : OLD Junk crt or ntw
chance of making use of the suit ta t Main. Phon MU 3-7010. 5504034. 1..1..41. WANTED A. Bmlth Ai.ncr. 413 JIMMY WALKER'S -a at (130 Bnila Blectrlo wreck. for etih Prompt pickup.
: APPLICANTS for poll lao Weit Mtln
South PI.tGa A...... PII... Call B ark'*. (3.(HOI.
In no-trump. In this case one no- Printing tlon of Aulitanl Bulldlna Inspector ....2111. AUCTION CENTER
Concrete Apply civil ....I.* Office,. WI PAY Oil "p ton boos tons.
trump would have been easily FOR ALL ,.u, prlntlnt notdt City Hill 43 S3M U B. (1 EM 104 Gas Oil, Fuel r... .I y". 105551's" &. sod

made after a heart lead by JCENBEO: CONCRETE tentrae- tall MT a-4404. CommercIal Froe*. Mertgegas "PI.I. .. 052.3107
ROUTE MAN for Lakeland ata ... NEVER unD Suburban tlictrl
soy Dr.......*. floor*, lid...".. Inc Lotttrhetd, llthocrphln. PROPANE OAS for eookln hrntIni
failed. call en CmliisPruninmsro a 05505 d Deco. (I3( Air eondl- ( WILl. PAY oaob Iortloonosn.uSilop -
East, whereas two spades 'up' *' ilreeu ."..... pttla. andiridiea ..."..,,,. Uerrl.d. ne 2J-40. csaad 10Y.' BOOi Mil. refinance PItA tlaneri. 4000 BTU (100, 7000 hot water Irrlteilon Indue.trial .- '17 .. MU ....0..
West led the heart Jack and K. H ....,... ((I-(41(. Chops (10 w*.k written tu_..,. and VA morttMii pint Mortal . BTU (1(0 Double bowl .1.... lu. Call (IS.:lfld(. Ivy'* Im .Iao.
East heart tricks Akiland. Radiator Service teed ta nart Cemmluion. h'ih.. Corp. of P"irida. (0* S. Plo 17 ...h. Hood. ]0.33.J(". (II aerial Oae P..... 1311 NewAuburndala
made three .
da Av* MU -3111.
.('.4B45WE each IU8000.. HUhway. ASH FOR YOUR CAR
Perhaps unwisely he continuedwith I DroBsrles LOCAL BEABONPO lit mort- '
ACT TTPB radiator servico.rie04lflp .
HAVE Immediate opealntitwo to. DsoeEA-aooIlla. sitS llama. ii.his.
...... S3.000 ta 1.000.. Fay I.. Ptndarvl" Chevrolet will
rsbotbdles:
'In. .
.. 1 los
a fourth heart expectinghis I (3) *'''bltl. silO mea ho- ihaira. 40555. pleturs.I Jewelry
to be able to ruff .CUSTOM MADE upngUiUrln drape four. allonseroaads faber .. -dd' ., Radiator ....Ic.. UV ,I.... the .*so of 31 and 4.. ,mttloa phon ((3-U(. I'eaves. sppli..nd stbs? for.Si : IIY' your car If It cl..

partner 04 aur Peso ..U.....* in "apt.0AD54T055. who ar* Intartited I In miklr.1ta u. FIRST MORTOAOE Flv* acre ".. .1 220' Crhros SImS all IVI pay ...b. .1..0.41.. sold
higher than dummy. South jour bom. Eay 10....*. 1321 Hew IlLOCU .I..ned : (10000 a year plus top IrIs.. land I. Qulncy, Becand m..I.... .b..b A...".. 00155. old 0141. plslioOm. . CAR PAYMENTSTOO

seized the chance to discard a Tampa. Ulihway. (M.(DM. ,to 1001,10.. cr.I..Plo ..ot.b.... RI.iava benefit. with Poll County 1..41. o. .wntr arcupled property' 10LossNd IEAUTIPUL HAWAIIAN prlnUI Neleaa Jewelry. I0( Bout Plor-
05 Chryaler Plymouth dealer. Apy 03 340 'bl.40m.DIbI
.n ... Onnislusr'S. ISiS "- lull III. Dacron SCSltoO Ida.
I' yard
club, and West ruffed cleverly FeaeesHJTDAL 510th Puonlda. 403.4007.bwesvlsg 411 Si In North peraon Florida la Mr Avenue C. C. Haye. ., ,TImes. IC 1,555,55.250-4311. '0. dli001,51. print.per at K and minira HIGH?

with of 010 at reduced price. Wall-to
the king spades 106 A Tools
".,drvl Chevrolet will art
pap
rand Company. luLoveit MORTGAGE LOANS seollabIsSoroil ..11 ...toraroaroccu I topSutll0510 Machln.r
Later South took a spade prlto.. .. dt.D ..,..."" Clerk .51414. Impraved ar unloroved 1 4 ediid Preient ._. ''.1' I.to .od.1 tsod500droil
Payroll I include. 3 USED weldetAlia .. ISO 10 290 sos- bo... I. oos pole Sam DI'o.d.a. .
finesse losing to the jack, and auaranleed. W* mona bt under with low rate and ten. Cindy Stripe Nyloa .
Mid Lakeland Indiutry. MO s. OR EXPERT row>eelnl of Iholct I* III yin. Lakeland MortlneCorp. Tweedl and SOS DuPont HI.La. new ,...voids"solo. .* Mr, RiuMll
finally had to decide whetherto 41 ,- Pr. .'tlmatHF"alturl men. cltarotl Sue... tenent, IBM poiltlan department In an. usc.poodle ., 30* Bautft T."...... Av*- Cloied Sundaes O C. Hamilton '104 Meridian *5,00..
Man
ew* call Helium ReweaeU Sib .. 502-4173. Paorlcl. Dod. City Hwy II IIillei '
finesse again for the queen. IC.. (....3." moat lID auallfled by (iperlenceu nu PENDARVISCHEVROLE
North of
He declined the further finesse, 0...... the lollowln IBM t.h.UlsJO Inlanlata 4 107 Plumbing SuppliesMontgomery

ulpmtnt. . __
have IRma Beat furniture prioeiuu Reefing HORTICULTURE
reasoning that West might GOOD
401 081 OM SIS ISO USED HOMEFURNISHINGS
>. Purnltiir. Phon **2(131 Ward
ruffed high with K-Q-J In ALL TYPES reufloa repaired orrtplaetd (4S 10.10m. .

but would not be likelyto Repair -uaranued. BO plant p.yrll ......1.... 71 Fsrtlllisr, Feed Soil GET A GAS HO WATER 30
spades, Interne lu Daeeon Raof"( Company, (((- ...ulred Eicllleat nertlnt aalary Chests S8.SO up Studio HEATER

do so with K.J only. The contract 0530. .8I-ot13. sod company benefit plant. PI.... GROUND FEAT muck. Fran an' couch $39.50, Hide.a-bed WARS

thus failed by one trick. DIAL. 'snIp In .'111'"5,50115550.. .41- toll miss. ....1.41 3200 B. Ma,sPat Have Hot Water
INCOME TAX Swimming Peels ..atlon. sapsrisnssdaalanprequIrement 0 5.01 MU 304e3l. with foam mattress $124.50. Need III VSI LEDGER
avail- Yo
Another argument was ta Induitrial 15.1.tIns. .- Foam like
mattresses
$J and Department American C,. CLEAN PHOSPHATE sand far new ..H.. Initalletiao / ADS
have ..
able to South that might up .POOLe.1. t .CLIANID.d. thamleel. upplle..I.ed.... amid Company. Brewettr Pilot. I.>wn. Ale .*"41 and dirt for fillDivll $19.90, rockers $3.50 up 117 N. Kentucky eUSS/lD

led him to the right conclusion H&R Block Co. eoulpmnit "... 70S Eat MainTelsvislent ....1.'. /lor,da'ou'd I MO (307S round china reduced price MU 25103GLAISIFISO

If with K-Q-J IOU "- 111I. COW FERTILIZER tor tlea .10 .
West had started "Alf SQUAT OPI'nItTtIJIITTEMPLOY.R" .
WMkdayt I AOL to t P IlL dinettes $14.50 20" lana
load.. Call Jimel Price MU 1 up DISPLAY CLASSIFIED DISPLAY
of spades he would probably Bah Bun. S to S POll L. r. 1,500 _I.. call Clad. OUTCall .
MU 1o.-II-CIoIO. 5044540.p'OIt $(H.SO, apartment and full'
have led a trump in preferenceto 10< West Walnut St J. W. .EAVI tIll al.,. 81. cooS size ranges, baby furniture

the heart jack. The risky Phone 686-19SS 0? enr .058. clap. ph500bassosod. I
MU S.?085 Open Sunday afternoon 4

heart lead implied that West T.LlVISION: '",.1', o. all GROUND PEAT (3 cubic yard alBaeel miles North on Dade City

had no straightforward lead in Lamp Ripolrs make. *. fail. reliable' aeraKi. sail ".d. Plat Company 41(1Lakeland Highway. MU 2-4304. I I
another shrift City MU ("1". Bllla Blvd 4 suit MPS. REPUtCEMINT: abade

6-1151 .Lamp *ennui. 30 and Snob repair p Orlaan. bxpertaltudto *.. I TV Repairs 72 Flowers, Seeds, Plants r OVER .C

SWIMMING ADS 50.. II1J 54535Liwititiowir ,EXPioliT IIA\JIC .oa rc-ioi-oi-0 USED FURNITURE and

Grand olut> irs* moletm ....11.... after CLOSING OUT. Alter and tntp-
CHICAGO (AP) A I .... appliances, upholstering
RepolraJtWMMOWER 'reur ait .. repaired M out mod TE[ KIND 41. plaata. .1 00 per ISO
Rapids Mich., family has been .,. ahep at a fair Cries Brintur ShIll they la.t. 1316 F.tit LemoaLIOUBTRUM Buy, sell, trade. H & M 200

Pool Fam- REPAIRINO sacs let In and lav 10* or i toll VIBURNFM. hlblatu Bargain House Highway 98
named
"Swimming ... taol tirpad Buy and lawardl RadIo and TV MU .. jalmln (Oo. C.rta. boa- ,
ily of the Year" for 1963. soil newer. KUuty, 1204 Lauler. 31(10 419 Lanaftllaw, wit M wood. rain, treee. wlllowi uplnycamara North at Gibsonla MU 2.
Ramon B. MU2340. .300. "nor isop elm, ..1_.. o.h. Yft* 4304. CARS
The of Dr.
family Of MAN Settle bruin. pyracantha. II.
Lang, his wife and three children UphetstsrlngACKJrrT Owen I lIy, ,...,. 443J South Floy

was selected by a committee UPHOLBTERINO Serea da. 0. SCALY I Innenpr o mittress'.sd TO CHOOSE FROMPENDARVIS

Swimming .. Blip .insr. and drape. ,..* ba iprmii. Lilt ..... (2S
of the Midwest See the "Business N".b. ProS eatimatet, pick. up want In your oiflceUl 71 Fssdi Frvlti, Vsg/fblss till MU 1-840.

Pool Association Opportunities" and dellnry Fhane (M-4.. (OSolllnxworth
", bo reading the Lder non FOR kuih-
the first 50.4.V.ostl.n BALB Btf ar '
The Lang family had ads In today'spaper .I . Fruit MERCHANDISE
pool In their block. It was builtthree Hinds Want Ads tomorrow i.J-: ..tohO11I: Flarlda (((-I
for the best buys. 011. ,
Place your offer where 97 Articles For Sels-Mlsc.
years ago.
CHEVROLET CO.
bene- LKIICALa AND aerllun &.. DELICIOUS TOMATOE8 lOc apound
"They derived so much ,aavfaetured Repaired clndreflnlehrd be'U see It. Call ilU .. S pounds for 1100. Th*
fit from themselves and told Ale eulomoblle yen*. TomotS Hauia. 1(00 Sail Main HOSPITAL 550 Avasa yo.l.hl 310 No. Florida Avs.lokelond .
it I I 1110 blind.. Air-Lit*. MU (.S7IT 1l 31 now. r....... ToIrdi ....." p'ala.
so many people about the joys 7ft 18 Pond coo I''''.. lDOd. III'"

of pool ownership that therr IF YOU WISH TO BE LISTED IN THIS LaudacoplsgHARDY ,offer New Tamp MarS .It"h.Trdlni" .. Poont... J Ml.*,J, et

are now four more pools in the BUSINESS CLASSIFICATION SOD CO. 1.1JM

same block" said Roger FVaugh. HOBIUT, Laws Or.VMM JI..4'i SPEED Orlin,. tmTplttt
selection DIAL MU 6-1151-Ask For Classified Or 4iof Ptaatlrif outfit |l](. ... Ome<* D..
chairman of the FitEk ESTIMATES sod I lrtei w,ui r.. B' head ,lent.

committee. I - -- 11.I N au...* MU -"" 115 ....UR. be:or* 1 p *


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LAKELAND LEI 4:ER.. Saturday. April 4, IM4 I REAL ESTATE REAL ESTATE .


AUTOMOTIVE 1* AUTOMOTIVE I 1 144 Acreage, Lots for Sail 141 Waterfront Proii'; :


120 124 Trucks Trailers = OROVE LAND 10 arm pintoiki SACRIFICE -i CEDAR oaSis
farm _
Implements = I sod Bnutlful him land 8J080. > bedroom navel etoano .
I I warm Mellon Lakeland lino ...d, ... 17180 CooN ar to,...
CUB TRACTOR. ...dd..<. mill. ha Di.J flat 'd. m'lI "= ..oil Peon 8280 pee '0'. Term La... lots from 8818 SC off ea
talon. dliri and tour loot liwn.:.11.6., Ciii 5-2204. | 21" down art M. U Oirdner sock b,.. Croom.6.Olnnrerso
..0..,. SMS caeh. 1931 OikhlltTMt I I = ? O Ltd or Rap K lots at Hideaway I .,1111Ilona ui avon

RENTALS __ Dick 500.1133.PASTORS Realty. .toil Cait MamPnont . 101 Woods and_watarlBY 1

OWNER on boiuUful LakArlana .
121 Mobile Homti I LAND 400 Icreeood In Auburndile two bad
.1 128 Business Placti For Rint19u I toll lomt timber nmlcleared ....,.. two bitha oold Medallion .
OWKF.H TRANSFERRED BUM Niar Plant ClIP. Only all iltetrlt borne Cenural
III '1' t 10 Reiil loelted lol: <> IQ ft iteel bulldlni .1..1: 1180 pay sore. T...,. 91% down, neil and air condlttonlni Thre.
1\ Pot strtet Gordon I MoolliPark. .. itt rioor. otritei virioui see M L. Oirdney. R C.. Loll a. ,.... old Priced W Mil See R.
I8SS308TRAILER locitioni. Mel Rudy. Realtor 818. r Ray K Lois at Dick i Realty. C Led. 1011 lilt Main Phon
CAMS rental tniur.anea 4107. 1 1011 Eait Main. phone 188 till ....-..3:11: Aublirndllt WO 1-4JIU

norm. pert luppllee. lntured REAL: BAROAIN81 Isis L.k.. 100 PT, Ltktlront M .,11.. ...t
bonded lock tad nitlonal 840 SQ. FT land. small tracts of land IP Macree. of Lakelind on lAke Ratohlni
transporter. Jack'I, 4710 New Ie iomi with ba..... Lies lot for talt at 14500 Hit"
.A\\
Tampa Himwty HO 8-8038 OFFICE FOR RENTI! I homiiitti with thada. amill dowlyminu. .lId dry Can ns lIP ....1 M Kla.ilmmta .

In Tu.,.,'. Drui Store Bulldlntt .. Call Malcolm Th....*. or Mliml See R. C. Leu.R. .
30'>49'. Paved parkin la IraDIood .Ithu K8-7B88' Bert Rod I .... L. Oardner. C L. Coke or Bud

ONE ONLY > rein T....... II..... Ideil . -...- . Rraltor 688.I7HCOMBEE ,_ Lou at Dick Reilty. loll Isis

foe. doctor oftict or medical RENTALS RENTALS RENTALS RENTALS "Ie KtNIAU VINE ACRC "..... .21 110.... .2. MaIn Bt Phont MO '-'UJ.
upply outlet Ctnlril beatleS
NEW 50'xlO' I man III. M.I Rode R..lto. 1121a APPROXIMATELY S acree on
md air condltlonlnt 8114 moo 111. "
I I'. Call T R Tucker, Jr.. Rial. 129 Furnished AoorfmenrsB 129 rorntthtd Aportme.t. 129 fernlihed Apartments 133 Mobil Hornet 139 Unfurnlihid Houses .morlll BInd" loIU 1-41" Lass Beautiful Una two 420 bedroom ft. Lakefrent home, 1

2 bedroom in r. MU 87173BUSINESS. MANOR I.... Hirdln- cottaaet Intoma. Show ky |p.

U A L L MODERN apartment CLOa' I". two lltMminte Opaolou. EFFICIENCY UTILITIES Plldound NIC MODERN/ S oa.elr.Ilse. on. 310 WK8T Piturion. rent tr lei combet Roid '70H3J. City water polntrnenl only Contact IC..
$3790R&BMOBILE( CORNER at.. elo.ete for adult, 814 E..IL.man. '."' 111 M 515 melolp. flow WiiUldi. Call MU and two btdroomi. adult Priced 'wo bedrooms I.... porch, '.0. and tlatirtelty 114(8. termi I/tli. R, L. Oardner or BEnkt L.
Phont MU 1-7)30 .... Florida. Ulllmll toon MO S 3782 Less for ...11. 882-8173 P O 88
FOR LEASECorner ?'SMl."llta'ltd. clans lI.alI1. 9830iloaa .n..I.. 3608 North Dick Realty. IOU C. Main
TWO BIIDROO. "'ID' sad 8..4031. sai-1318 nlihu POUR BEDROOM two bath liorai, TWO I.OTII. 10' and 10' Sc 137'. Phono MO '''133.
HOMES of No Kentucky and. kItahen. Clean .hserful 04105 TWO BEDROOM dapltl All II... I C I In L l'air P1)00106653'nottosO conditioned OOmbpdooral.d. OSIBED000M u.nl.h.d trail.or on. blocS from .011.... 1108lontlt 0 11.100 Call MU .I7J..
P.ksroomn&.n I and avail.bll
1500 .... 'feet plus 'loidlnlock ,ihborhood. Cloit to ahopplni Orb. kitchen Out block Dlilelmdihopplnt quirt permanent ad. for rest Call .U 3.18. Call MU "'III. TWO LOTS on Cryetll Laka Delve 150 MTKollanotwi
1639 W. Memorial Blvd. I Write or phone' Rei Tooth. sod liki second floor. privateMnnce ,. 313 Wait ,.... 111.: ulto. 1U Put I.lm. NICE' TWO bedroom triller IllhU MORE ABUNDANT cHlld-retrlni. .1 N..po.t. Onl block 10 Lak.
Lakeland FloridaALL m.n. 9911 Elllooll Drive. Talliure .. porch. Only 11180erkly 3117 IK 1737, sod Wlter luralihed Liundry I.. iDurbin Komi lid tin be Tour Holllniiworth, Hlthut reetrlc HAL ACRE Iota Triller. build
Florida. .J18COTTAOK. includlni sitar. MO I- THREE ROOM unit ipirlment.UM .' 130 Furnished Houses rllltlte avillibli, 3601 North FlorIda ..j this wide tuitlt brick three lone Two. lota KISS and Queenjtreeti I,. .1.... SAM IU down N".
Phone 385.3429 of 555 terms d deep I...... 118-1011. bedroom one icre niece. foot one with email home. unftnuned beuee, acrt lol. MJ
I I 178 front Porreit Drlvt Editrre :
attlt lor Ir.ee for 1100 I "oDUI.In..1 on 2128.
ALUMINUM IT Alma with ELtCTRIC kitchenbut Child accepted 140 '
per month i Adulll
TWO BEDROOM hone lurobnhed bSuSO- msisronsbnsL.koParke., at
la Mil rcMtimbleConte.Pl prime. lulled for 111 CLIAN MODeRN sod ttirt nicklnil Scbultalir
awnma priced nr. twoWiter Bait WhosE ,
..DI110 11011 Riferencei. Ito tr.Ilor. .011..... cloud linIrs 005. .. 8.8.J130. trailer Iota at Providen., THRU: BEDROOM frtmt Sousodellor.d
Mr Champlln GbDs provided in
Wilt Hln-
Tourist Pirk 129 Furnished Aportminti cork. 88J.l n AIR CONDITIONED: efficiency,month perminiDI eeildenia 103 dIllon., Utlllllti furnlihed Sos. | all Hllhwiy 18 L J. Osebour to your lot 11780 254WrsO
unit Near Hutehlnton Quit la.t YalnOob. 110.111 wooh5.. 813.117 SMALL HOURS four mllei out Rrllitered Broker, MO 8.2813I Kinoock Street Phont 882

36'. CLEAN/ Reasonable Comi FURNISHED: OR vnlurnlihed prl DUPLEX FOR RENT Count 4105 North Florid* AnEW -I I rICE 0141 bodnuom. sit sleutrbs TWO BEDROOM tr.llerp;; ; ;: Dadt City Hiihwar 110 week 1 and 10 ten trarto. 0..01011Ro.d. 5027.
.ui-Lano Vir. ,
Raid or write IIIJ.I 45TIONB
b.aOrInc. 19708 UIUOO nil'
vile C. ....
klll'b. Call .U 33e.8TWO .II lot. inquire at 9398 Dille Klthleen n ODe .Dd IOnocr
brouib. Rt I. Boo ill ZlotyI.bills. monthly. Ninoe 5 A pan- 405 East Oak MASONRY duplei, furnished I I completelyfarauhed street : ; BEDROOY. 005 b.lI1. ... reitrietadHllhwi Prod dence. el/ 151 Real Estate Exchange
nenti MO 9 4448 I I or 2 btdroom Adult only BCDROOUS ,rar orhool and bus. Comb" ...- 00. 314 seroo rocserKahhleon
'ELL OR lrod. ",ull,. 61 tots.' UPPER TWO .droo.. 11'01" Furnlihed .. unfurnlihed Redecorittd .. Orevt Ptrk urea. |7S. 818-0184 41* West Belmir. m, 134 MobIle Homo lots 1100 570 month, Tb'.. b.d.oom. Ro.d. Droson Road.L ,
thin call
!sller. I 146' "U '.IIl1.CORVAIR .00. l"Ie"'D. bath, aider ..lou.t.N.aetoesa . NIW kltchin equipmentBeiutiful per month Drive br two bithi. Crulal Laks.r.n. ". Bsebollr. 1I..1..d .ra.... HIOHWA1' P60MB. builnos Firs
I CLOSE IN. two R C Lea Dirk Relit*. 1011Eait L JBtrbour sorrs, modons 01,0 bedroom 504Lslb.
P-IR"fuij: ; lIu. Ad.llI, .U-d7U ternuo floor. Two room. priest neir Khool ind boa line VII 02433.CHOICI .
C AM rtt bedroomi. Tilt bath Utilty bath BO drlnklni adult snIp. Mam phone MU 11133 LAKE BONNY Pour star Mobllt Reiatered Broker, MUSOUTHBIDt. 0111.0. For OIL? of 0. 453.
equipped Low mil..... Mate. ,DUPLEX: CLEAN: attracllvt thret room 178 partly furnlihtd or Utllltlti lurnlihtd 312 WM ..... THREE: ROOMS couple tr with Mont Perk New I linen Itu In 8.2833. HOMESITE: Ob.dai.Otreol 2e21. .
.ood ...aDd .... lrocl.. near Susan I Khoolionible .
No roorne. bith 100 monUily W..... .011.. Lakeland .nd dry Munlel-
170 unfurnlibed Call T R. Tuck.r babr utllltlee optional Near bit.a,4 HISS
FOUR 10.1 homei ... Owner 818 Olendila SEVEN UNITS furnlihed; four
Plead MU 0$74MON1ERAY
....
.
lire protection .rubbleit collection ... PAl l electric, water and
Realtor MU "7113. COMPLETELY PRIVATE, cl.._. More MU 8-38J8 three bedroomi. twt bitbi ..1.eeDdllloDln. unite fuynlihed Excellent rent.
1050 with 10 til' lurnlihed Call 819.1398. Available .. teeter tae. bui llnei Block I* 1. ClarkReilly. 540 ACRES \10 mile river IIleadlni . orsabser! reds
cutrilly locattd lour ,.. .. Alto NICELY: PDRNI8HED cotlaitAdulu SilO '" 51 yeir round F ,
t
Immediately LOVELY TWO bedroom Drove Perk Shopping Ceo Like Pinoaoffktt
rabank Corner lot 3. Gordon duplesby iw to PbS Maaonad .
two 11..1031.
bedroom 14. ill houu tr
P.... 101 Lonifellow Blvd Coo. THREE ROOMS .1,.,, tulet cen- week or month MO or $135.eooneuoies 80ulll Plorld. blth 137OARAOE only .III But PilmitloStreet I.r. Goad lake luhlni and bust'los. I amp on properly, Ioyms. W. RWllllimi for em MU 33334HAVE .
MU I 2118. Mil
aids. tridt. modern two bedroom Cal locitlon Electric kitchen all t..Dlab.d. ID a iroupFOUR Small peu. 1140 North Crje- COUNTRY HOME thee bedroomclem I 050-1230.
Likilind horn. 01 suitor bom... un Weal 01. APARTMENT: at 407 TWO ROOM 110.... 1301 Last Sal Lakt D.'... MU 1-7473 modern ittrutlvo CB onacre HOUSE ".000 equity.
utilltlei furnlihed Adulti FIVE ..... .
OWNER .111,
'71. Clark Reiltv, 888403li top valued
Pirkinf CI91S09rni onl"1 I. .JI C..n.III' 652-4115. lortn Vermont, clou In Btarlort Lemon Steed iii.t.o GARDENS Mobile 'IS' I.nd. 3tk. beirlni cllrui. Mod. Will tradt for any Item

10 12 20 30 WIDE8 OTOtL APART..llon aOl ROOMS private front and, and bus lint. LAKEFRONT HOUSES Chlldnccepted Homo Park. two mllei spat tn .1 ..n tlvt btdroom house. lint It 11100. 888-0347 or 8I8-O3M

MOBILE HOME INSURANCE two llneni. utilltlei 001 tote.elated. back shower II.lb. Water lur.nuhed VERY IIICI. larso sirasospart.ment. . Call liter I ... wee.. Ore,. field end Old TampaHlinwii 408 MIAMI thru bedrooms. two ....ned porch iwnlnn lint
.....
patklni urnlihtd 808 Recreitlon hill inul 55050. 10 an .liD.. four
epiee ouletnhborhood 1 Ktniini b..n. plenty ihadt treat Only
STORAOI .. PARTS OIIII Motll 4800 NIW BO peti ...,.. mm' too. two blocks South of Ed... diri 888-33.10 _ _ lleboardi liundry licllltlei. Paved .-.... IUJ Clark Realty, .... 112.000. termi 888-8088
Tampa HiibwtyPURNUHEO and ml!.. Sear II... ehunols 5.05. wood Open Biturdiy ind Sun FURNIBHID TWO bedroom ba.. raid, Lllhtlni Modrrn. 8811087 4031UNPURMIBHED.
DEE'SMOBILE APAHIMENTS at 'nd 1..10. 208 East Parlor diy MU 3.4151. on Miueola Drive ort Combo : POOR r. 0 mhoutea THIRTY 130) ..... partly tleired
417 South T..n...... Reaeonabla $0 rep t. Roid Call MU 2-2042. IJI dry lend tultablt for cltruirove
ichool 130
clou to
IR00900I,005attp.pUotapsrlon.nt PIta: ACRES sills, well and ...- .
30 mllei north of Lakelind STRIKE
HOMES KU 50650leOUft OARAOI: APARTMENT Four tro. laundrr ra.UIUei. FIVE ROOM houM, three room tie tank ps050roa 0. ihidi .nd Ide.1 10. .m.III..II,. MU 0-5725. Florida on paved Hllhwiy Num.ber SCORE A

ROOMS and bain. Wall lo. oomi Comfortibli. conveniently ......IIOD. Orow Trillrr City cattail. electric kluheni Trailer lirden .,.... 8o-0909 CB THRU bedrooms: Em, bsths. 33 Price .8 000 rash L. L.
Ill N. WlbllA MO 6 B5KI mill carpettni. Lone Amerlcin boiled. No pott Inqulrt 201 Lan. Barbom. Hlshmap. Salon P.... .Dice. 1021 Kathleen Rold MUI SHADY LOTI. .bulll.bo..d. Dlod.orD Children .I.om. Oallomssr.a.. MeLt. 3111 Bristol Ave., 1.....
,..1111.... adulta 849 South .... street 4894DUPLEX Clll 883-7148 .nd. Florida Priont 113.2124.
AIR CONDITIONED Iaollitbss. nlnas rest .0001.
rON SALE Two Ural mobilehomii ..... : om btdroomipartmenl THREE: roomi sod blthVery Against budget Ola Sell
APARTMENT Cen. Nicely furnIshed. utiltiti it ssresa,I 1..drY. CI..D ront.SI adn.ottso'SUITABLE for home
itoielheri 60 .10 with ATTRACTIVELY FURNISHED: one 10'.1 locitlon, PrIvate bath and Peeler out or two rillablt clem 915 per week tr 400 1..11.. Th.H mU.. Last 12Pbon. and or email buelneu. Cbs In 145 Business Property
I I.roomi n C.On b.01010 prlvata I loll eitra. Bus lint bed, and two bedroom aparlrtiente 408 ... Villi(.. furnlined Ad. idulu Care for propertf In ownri 0.' month Corner Like Anenu fiI8..0" on Kathleen Roid MU 3.a611. the furniture you no longer
.nd 110... P00050 MU 2.28J.
louiS Florldi Phone MU 3-38B7 only 882-1902 abtenct. .
EIe.n.nl .andllloll Reotonabis, 9591 TaniliwoodMU .AROE MOBILE: home lot Will FOR BALE or rent two bedroom IE8IDENTIAL: COMMER: C I A L
6u.nu FURNISHED OR Semi (urniihedbeiutiful SJIiAST 1.1.... Ono 0' 1.0 bod. 55134NICELY THREE ROOM urnlihtd rttt rn.: rent or leait. Adulte only. ScottLike collate in the rear 882 1134 be nduitrtil lot sIte all ...... Mel use Inexpensively with a
on Labs Morton 113 room. .III. din.".. 1I.ln. room. : FURNISHED duple ntirollen fenced yard Carport, 139 0.. Llkelront 113-8055 lm.oslindl. Rudy, Realtor 1127 S Memorial
FOR SALE: 116. WhlUe, 1.3.118U Like Morton Drive Phono MO kllcb.n. den street MU 1-1991 Mvd 0500101.TAMPA ad.
Cad NU 3.181. carport ol.nIP lII.d. MO a I8J4 betweei I RENT: OR nil. three bedroom, i ra action Classified
3 J8J1 NEAR COLLEGE: 740 Ituahinn. and 7.VERY. P'UIINISHIDCOTI rear. I3S Rooms For Rent too bail b.llt. In kitchenertened HIOBWAT 180 k 821Owner '.
8 I 18 SCREENED room pull. up COTTAOIE AND moot ....Im.nl. 180. WoOer automauo wuharmill NICE duplei Lam bath Carport laundry Couple, Int.nl .m porch, fenced yard wanta offer John ...D. Dial MU 8-1151 now.

8 so 1083 reefs after for I run or weekend Complete. MU .1..0 and sell furntbod roar children MU a.JOII plenty closets .....n.d porch week. month economical, NO LARDS ROOM. clean. near kuiOentlemin MU 4.0041.TWO nan Realtor 124 Wen Main Bt
.aund couplt no ptta -children. : '.In"' MU '.UM. 10M Eait: pet line Lint Or.010. I preferred mm and
tourist I.wmon. iYiii'A'PARTMENT wlth .... or BEDROOM, atovt. nritor .- INDUSTRIAL TRACT adjoint
for retired 113
deal 653.2430.PRIVATE port til Weil Piachtree. Adult. Mats. M_ 9948 WERER: -nice two bedroom wife Price rettoniblt MU 8.1341tOOM . 811 Oridy Avenue. oil Kraft Poodi approilmately II
DO ...... Inquire uriie .o.. HXIELAND: DUPLEX, cltan, carport 175 Adult no pen FOR rent. Brttte eondlUoned Wen Olivi Oven Sunday after Acre Rlihwiy. Railroad 180000
OFFICIAL GUIDE : ENTRANCII:. acneone Aioorrh. !n'DI In ..... thru roomi and bith Screened 3304 J.n.I.. ...11... 160. ho Oandnoldoa Oar IncanS noon 150 month John t. Brennan Keillor. 888
llvlni room, bedroom' porch, two tntrincti. '. block coal, mild servIce, 4103iliv
daily
I ; COTTAGE FOUR room FlorIda room NEAR LAKE: m an adml.oIIl1..h. DI.PLAV"II
kitchen. bath Convenient SoutbIde from Publli and Post Office Ad. R Mi.bi ;:l; CLASSIFIED
room. ill electric. air conditioned I TH REE 8'1 1927 per week Mri Oiy. mm.aier bornood Teitelul homo hai two INCOM"ERCIALiatt"oIIloc" ;
'. Couplt only
nelthborhood
all heal, IllVk south PlorlaiRTMENTS ulti 141 III Ctit: park Strut porchei. .11 electric kitchen Phone 88.1-7845 0..... bedroomi. Florida room carport East Hire corner tail
to rental bargains . I 13-3393 A...... 882-3018. monthly 1110 tinier street. n. Hotel 331 Ntrth Kentucky Ace.LOs5. Kitchen IrIs built-in rintt inn Parker atretl. Parker Avtnut'our .
the Classified nod LOCATION. Cl,., .nd I Publlx WirihouM Inoulrt 2 nue, oven 1100 per month will rae. lint
section. 1180. 11180. '13. IAn I...
ilFiMnt Line ols..otopaoaAdull. __ _I
wlin option to 'buy. Winifred I.
: DOWNTOWN .Inll D.
Turn back now for the .. Pirktoi Wattr furnuhed3JO 60 and Sad 111 III per furnished week Llihu Childr.nooloome. ma.br NEW AND modern lurnlihed tile teams. 18 week 393 Souta BowYrb. Oinn cill evenlnn, 81].J85._ 146 Forms Groves, Ranches SMARTBUYS
West Cannon
room. apartment or house 1 Aleo bitn ilectric kitchen Summerntet MU 2..02.
iloepini roomi. 414 50(11001DB p Imp
you need. DESIRABLE THREE room laS.. lint Oik MU I.B3I7ATTRACTIVE Adulti, no peti 9420Tinilewood iAii i'iIi OMli oar bus, reseat,. hail. 200 ., .DItw" :. 5110 p.cmonth.
...rLm.nl. a.lb. .
sareso.AdOild.
Irons .
THERE'SI iota. .Iar. 011 street O.'D'
QuIet UI I.... Mortas. THREE room apart. FOR RENT: furnished block lIamo. 602'0525
83a IIO.lb Item York
GROVES WORTH
652.6342 0' 655.4224.CLASO1SIID meat 140 AIM ileeplna room tm, bedroom. dm llvlni noomCttuhss. TWO BEDROOM house oft aartow !
with bith prlvite. |2>. .28 EauOHo. 136 Rooms With Board Fold Water urniihed sodn.rde
CLASSintO DISPLAY DISPLAY new modern MONEY
... THE
_ t..nl.llln"'l .pol. IJ8 monlll. MU
.0- --:; NOTHING ...,11 to-will cirpetlni,
I borhood neir school ind ihopctnttr ., BOARD WITH lunches 10 so. 0.4200_ I
SELECT 0100 1110 per nonth MUI 'eltvuion room ReaetuabltEut '22 TWO VNPURN1BHED: Iwo bed' 80 Acres heaters, Irrigation ForTheSmart
1770. Oik .1..... 'oom. three bedroom One fur
,Exceptionally nice apart. PERSONALa CUTE AND rose CB no".... lars.p.ed nUbed. twt bedroom Re.ionablt. and wind machine. I
before ihide trees 115 Queen 138 Unfurnished 83 1101. I0 North Vermont
CQrvciirliii ment they are all i and Apart i
New Street Call MU 9-4131 for IPpolntment -I BRASO MIW, thret bedroom CBUle 60 Acres oranges $3100pett
; gone modern Air .
Uirouihout. near Southiatihopplni acre.
LINCOLN C 0 O ft T Apartment
Ii conditioned if desired Ledger's e'Per..onal" CLEAN COUNTRY home. two bed. lakeland Clones for colored proc . tchoole and bui itop

Reasonable summer rates. mOOnS. furbIshed Floe miles fromLikrlind pit North Llnotln and Won libIMU ue per month MU J-0821 20 Acres double set $3400 p BUYER
Column. Want to
Olbionll area Call MU7657 1.5350'dODERN :
i MU 3.2414 (- THREE: room electric 140 Wanted To Rent Mltc.NCID per acre. ,
I spread a "secret" allover ...
of the
FIRST FLOOR on. bedroom twin TWO BEDROOMS electric kitchen .II kitchen" full bith ..ousd floor Vou re S eroeP.u proud 5 045, ,.
bedi, electron kitchen into tin town? Dial I I MU ...pol. utility room. wither. N rSrs000rr market downtown ATTRACTIVE home. fur.Slsted 28 Acres grove land on far you Metare ......... youOet
$29 tin Prime al..lrwo8I1DROOIolI. Boulevard AdultS 613-8413
.eo month 198 hells unfurnlihtd for proewlanal $350 ivarvthmf you da*
.. or Highway per acre :.... ..... Ike.
M c. noweari
MU ;
: Iomesp.rt. 61151 for an ad.writer! _ _ TWO BEDROOM duplei $70mantis. idulti Per tap rent. ...... that w.II
menti clem iltrirtlvely I... CHEERFUL THREE rooms and One bedroom duple 116 Irons Cltrk Reilty 888-4031 .I ".u .....t..d.n.
sInned ...h... elerlrlctty In.lud.I.d. b.lh. BuS at door Permanent monlb Bouthllde Leahy Rell- RETIRED MAN W iI--m.i In
\ 166 186. Clark 1I..1t. 888. MEL RUDYLMLA 1 rniq.utirrt.t .
I 1.031. molars penon or couple preferred. 10. 81-4JII. .U.1.U .,..D. private apartment Park := *
C moon U Street Call MU I 9391fXECUTlVE .
loratlon Writ Box
central
-- larieit In.
-- --- -- - LAKELAND NEWEST
-- REALTOR
'" - CLASiFitO OiPLAV CLASiFitDOiePLAy "URNIIHF.D TWO b.d.oom bOil.. and fineSt twt bedroom .....- M.313. Liktlind Lod..., :
no .blldren. MU 3.n06 menu far idulle Centril but MORTGAGE BROKER 61 CORVAIRLsaorn000

J Largest Selection in rooms. 94 bathi- piTh Oaraie: slonslO.Isaced bed. Sad llr-conoiUonlni rime. Close. to Built.011..Inelertrlc ., REAL ESTATE 1527 E. Memorial Blvd. D.... 101011 W0000.-... alt..
SIlO per month Phone 81 .ea12 Interior'heater. ..000.n's -
.n.1
back yird Oood IocatlODn82.1888. 142 Condominium dial 686-4107 any time I q t ......,.......
MODERN TWO bedroom dupleup. Apts. ..d.. .
.eaalore.a ad ichool I 71
Polk !
County sod blth icreened -
I II THREE: ROOMS
Boutb
1111
onooth.Se
awaef $1095
porch electric kiuhen 185, r.nD...... [
tllltlei. furnIshed 108; Weet GROVE 8AROAIH 18 acres m.. .I 1
P..on, e82. "I. LOVELY NEW one bedroom duplel WINDSOR ARMSAPARTMENTS II' ,r.one.. Oesrs .1_. Oood '
tile bath reieoniblt to perminenl OUM. North tiktland 821000 60 RAMBLER
ArTS RENT OR sell, nao bedroom borne adulu 2410 Eaet Burnt. Jot. dawn. AIM adlolnlnt S* .
.... .,,11 tlectrlfi modern kitchen 150hwtnut ,. Close. Sopo dOuse.Oonrdrnm
Tamp 6K6-8SJ4 cm t des Evenlni Malcolm.1 med h..'.',
C; Road 845-3118 J Condominium ...do to occupy Located Thomli. (88.7818: Bert Racl.... ....Io..n. 50500. neoS
DELUXE BOUTHBIDE apirtment
; ; 317.211 WIndsor Avneir leilior KM.2711 ,..te. tutre titan.
; ; II
mRt; MUeillonioui One 01 the nlctit' two bedroom
m apirtmenti, In ticellent location SouUiiite, ibIs II n..I. OUR ACRES nearly new two I Ibedroom $995
:Air conditioned Orbs by 30J 055w., of llvlni available to CB houee. fenced piilure I II.
utllurniihed
EFFICIENCY: : APARTMEUT LaoS B osonao 4 phone after you You own the ..1. without Low down '''''OD'. Tradtr
r4 A,._ 1(155 ( men. 810 week. 800 H. L Woedard MU J- JJ4. m.lnten>noe heidachee Beiutl.lully II28-1. '60 RAMBLER
homeDowntturi ,
11I0. T.a bedroom country decanted sir conditioned
Southildt apinmint i Unfurnlihid Houtoi central heated, buliuin. kllchr. I Sorer,.., So.oee 1.Ooae
.. 1.5.5.04 13.99J5 _ _ _____ 139 Oslo Saul. elevators for lecond 40 ACRES Sc 8Ut... w...... O_'
..' P''' BEDROOM 10 wldl trlllerereened : I floor, You art mAlls a ml I op II.". and heettr.
TWO. pitio Outside: location ALSO PARTLY furnlihtd I and \>0..11 nil, U you hiven t lien ....IIe.IIII.1 '
ES 1 bedroom. Nil Rudy Realtor Windeoi Arms Condominium ApuEicluelvt at arm In youni trove $795
OW none MU 3-48JI 1817 laoS Memorial .1.... .... 1111 luhlni like-and . .,
41OTUNtURNIBHEO. Aient Only 1490 per lore Termi

'I "Tfce fun To Drive Car" 132 Hottli, Apart. Houses DUPLEX S bed). R. M. Marler & Son I C-i SPECIAL' 1

carport, I block ichooliMultifile 58
roomi
I.
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;ARKAVII-HOhl. needed of LMLA Reallori
:
'80. Ills Carolina
.
DICK BARNESREALTOR I
IO.D. Like Wllel For cleit.lv.Uw H88-407I or 663-8000 401 Mun 813-8851
dan
In. monthly weekly j 5.50., Sedan.eda ]
i Aps.emone ..II. lor retire and 868 MODERN two bedroom duplei :

6061626364MODELS Aim lit n. ,m.... Food aviilibleCRESWIEW .0uln.l.683.6901, electrlt. kitchen 883-3340 or Oil a Fla 58'"OJ HEAVY BLOOM'! $895

........'.. ...0 ,
..
I - ---- =CLEAN TWO IIedroo.lI.pl. .1
.line dwell clove la atoree 821Oeceoli 20 ACRES, matured 710 Vllentla I
Inquire 121 piUnetto 212 Jalla 331 Mirth OP. 119
143 Mobile Homo Lots Duncan OP Price 171 000-after I '60 THUNDERBIRD
RENT OR soil. air conditioned. I
JI'1 down additional b.l.nro10
Uvinidinmi Sol d .hlle. blue vinyl
aeiutllul thin bedroom
TOULL ENJOY: lining an your '- yeare CHI Jim Poweri with I
HOMES"Where Florida ...... South silo Inter.er, full e*_ and
COUPES-SEDANS-CONVERTIBLES MOBILE a.n lot In Likiwoad TraIler Eetei T R Tucker. Jr. Reillor at a.r aandtt'tned.
nH-1478 .. Lane lota ptvad itretund 88.7113.
I AIR CONDITIONED three bed all utilltlei. Restricted Two $1795
raonii two baihe Very tie inBouthildt blocks (nt of LoU Pirker on I.
MU S 1181 unite Street Follow ilini. EIdwird ;
Low Prices Are Born and Never R&scd"Now RoU..... "... Realtor 57 CHEVROLET
Newly
IB bouM
TWO BEDROOM Bearing Groves
'nd Developer MU 2 3334.
20 I decorated ihroulboul Water 5.0... 4-Bear Mardteolutemetie .
furnUhad 150 month 1J4) Kail \/... rod,.
With NINE Lots To Serve You :Iren Road Call 888-8117 144 Acrngi, lots for Solo :0 1 A A':Irritation heavy bloom. . '. 1178 IS,000 000 I "....r. litre ele...


I UNO .0T-101O Cern ...,1. 10 A -II..., ml 20.000 "h $895 ....

I ..'$ Sloe I..d. .110 pee sore II A.-Sub. potential 17 too

To Choose From Crtirvltw, '..11.' ., fort Wtlton, Mtrionnt. Orlando, Doyt.". tack, Octlc, IF YOU'RETHINKING Oscrees rsnob I..... and ]3 A,-T In mono 33,000 '62 CHEVY II
r row fenred Corral and laidmt I
Hiuttan, T.... and Lskilond1 ,I .b..... 198 hO coons. SO ..... ,. I. 0) . r .Automat
nly 8UOO lltOO down 108 10'" Ted Towson tranemtet.an. rolls ,
I 80 head of cartit, only 11I0 000 Scalier 4 heeler. IXre ahara.

t'I Look 743 East Memorial Blvd. ( Next to McDonald's ) II J press 000 acre Oardeni. lour cuba 0 S. from blssnacor050ens Cv- MU I 3181 21T 5. Pla Avt ,, $1495
Look!
t' tnli 8780 per aert See k
Phone 682.8656 of I chsnge check the
R C. Loll or R U Oardner 147 income II' '62 DODGE
wealth of lobs tilted tn the Dick Realty loll Bail MlIB Property

I Wanted" columns hoot MU t-8U3 h0. L."_ 4-Oer Stet.anoh
'60 CORVAIX 4.Door "Help TWO DUPLEXES "four aparumentii I w....... POlIO .te,
,
$695 See Classified for kind CHOICE: BDILD1NQ '''.. 1801 ,. .
.. ONE BEDROOM I your kitcneni lurnlnhed Air 'I msOeSIeS ntar arheater.
OK Reconditioned .......... .. I ol Job now' 1.1. dirertly Helinta behind Blvd Call 18M MO Cloneland I021 -- conditioned Inveetment Phone Isrell sniroluro 8H0831IETI on I ;:r':..r. . La

AND ONLY $36 MO. IOU 12070CLASSIFIIO I

'61 CORVAIR COUPE, one-owrm, MAGNOLIA 36x10 . . . . . ICLASSIPORO DISPLAY DISPLAY 4501.., tuuide partially
895 .urniihed orsrsosres. but no 1
new cor trade.In ... .. .. .... .. MAGNOLIA 45x10 GOING rltv .. .... (83.S9U .... '62 VOLKSWAGEN

AND ONLY $36 MO. . 1' nuenis. 168 PRONTAOE two bnmrs.In Kirinar.fi Ohia ..-. '
J LOOK! LOOK! LOOK! Induitrln aonlni area. RrducedLeahy I ....... OMLV

'62 CORVAIR MONZA COUPE '11 OR RITZ-CRAFT 36x10 . . .' . . AT 8i-4341' Realtor T10 NOrth .......|, $1795


I, 4 speed, big engine, radio heater 1130 FRONTIER 50x10 . . . . . . This house goes to highest bidder for cash DUPLEX: CB 800 ... ft. each I II

AND ONLY $42.SO MO. FRONTIER COST must bo moved within IS days. mortfaie Ode tood. Owner location 888. 1K09 will carry I t., S See

50x10 . . . . . : I .. lUdinjrin
'63 CORVAIR MONZA COUPE, MOOR CLASSIFIED DISPLAY .

auto trans., radio, heater l&Wv ARTCRAFT 56x10 . . . . . ._ _ _ 1

AND ONLY $44.10 MO. Paul


'63 CORVAIR SPYDER COUPE, $$1801 TWO BEDROOM Nt

turbo-charged engine, 4 speedAND

ONLY 461 .20 MO Was SALE I Naylor


'64 CORVAIR MONZA COUPE, FRONTIER 50x10 . . . . . . $5495 $4895 USED TRUCKS


110 engine, 4 speed, radio, heater$1995 STAR 50x10. . . . . . . . . $4500 $3995 AND TRACTORS 1 MotorsIt

AND ONLY $62.10 MO. M VVMIT8 Wll Cub over on.ine .

TITAN 51 x 10 . . . . . . $4400 $3995 :.. .84 trector,. Meldy .. to.
Ut ONLY MMII I. E. MAIN ST.
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PACEMAKER 50x10 . . . . . $4400 $3895 CNIVP.OLIT l. .... ..,..k.w .
NO PAYMENTS FOR .
tn tHeellanl ewnn.ntandita UMII Coo MU I.....
*. ONLY 818IMTIRMATIOMAL
I Now Cars M" 1-11.1

90 DAYS tractor Cut: .na >awhauledand OO Qravt 7'I5 "111III
THREE BEDROOM Till
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AT Was SALE I lit TMI Maw iNTrn. ..
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J DOUGLAS 58x10. $5995 $4995 I > cod 18 tOP, niDiNa
.sss.nosss. I LAWN AND OD ,! Tuacroiis. MOWS AN
PACEMAKER 56x10 $5695 $4595 ... IN AN HOU". C.II
PENDA4RVISCHEVROLET . . . . . : n ... ...-.
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DOUGLAS 58x10. . . . . . $5995 $4995 "- CitSra WOd Wa'rsnt. ...

CALL MRS. WALTERS Many men -...

I "You Get More for Your Money" at 686.5113 or 682.6246 It choose from I

OUILLIANINTERNATIONAL

Lewis & Son I .

! "Xour Ch/ vrolef Shopping Cenfer"J CRESTVIEW MOBILE HOMES Henry J. Realtor TRUCK & TRACTOR I


2335 Dad"t City H... ......
310 No. FLORIDA AVE. 743 East Memorial Blvd. 203 S. Florida A"o.

: phone MU 2-4117
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152 11.1 Eotete W.'N 151 H.MM Ftf Salt JJJ Heetts REAl ESTATE ESTATE
Per Sale I 153 Hews For teleMKDOLLA 153 "..... fir Salt 153 Heviei Fer Sale I 153 Hoses Fer Sole
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LIST YOURPROPERTY Dl'1... 'hi... 'b.dto.a. 'n Onatowa b54ba dated 1803 IT&OJrTow c....... AV&II17. AREA! S.S bedroom. 153 Kevin Fer Sole 153 Menses fer Sale
I PIOF IdI rotat. 11 *. eohoalt 44e 44151 10",... IIrIw b015s50. twa balk bowls, an aaaTaaiaaa**. BIO REDUCTIONIF
WITH US PIe ..... aa4Y toad ..... HOMES BY
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sir sad .....1. BII3ot02I. Ian. 11*. via 555..4e Ideal Ham for Children YOU QUALIFY 40215 lOR 6510 N STOOP. Ito
STEAL, trad* far am*.*. Draat 0fV .U4. .11.1 5.
THOU: b.0ro.".. 0154 Flald .... FHA ltdi MiBtoram fa, tent
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"7t -Short tan BORII eehaole. 44000144. Pickia. this Ml IIT UntfaUow. |***ly .. >.. _
$3,400 ID..11&6I13.7' '
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lm1.r41 p51Rp.r. . 4 Bill MO Mal rar row
$ a L. 044 N LAKE HUNTERGOOD
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_R..IIo.Anu'. noDI Mil '473IN01I "t03U..0333.. "FUN LIVING"I -10HLAND Dearoam tram CITY. Owner. iw. $100 'int florid ram MI ..... eblMrm neast small "babIM M Only $100 Terms. S2S.SOO!
n TWO
tara/a .
Lot I
Ie Tab "... Patta4 tool .Cons.. SIN.oarb4W 1004. 101&$41 brats ...130'. BIV ...-(wit iBETRA Mur chain hem, la all! .lor*, .M ehtran. ......... SU.1SM .040...Iat.aairakla_.. ..Ik.t...and* I lit J .woos. . three bedroom Three bedroom, Two bath
LoU I mO'I"0 .1001. l6CII Court. tioaa 501.1 1 e-.0b4171 _.to... '.. Cmlrr ara*.
I Nr CMBltlr
a.......... o.1. L. J "'.. ",UK" for Ui. kid Nr\. Id.oI f5. .__ Ororaaarna rtdaooraudiMomhlr PIMB .. no city ,tax. kids walk to home.
Atoll",4 0r$054 1111 4 1h..L.M., .., .... _.. .. .._ -' .hll.-- w.w aarnanu M law M 139r Walkar U9-M3. **1-OI*
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r.we. ..orr.. ...ui>. WN: Hud;. Rea. Old" b4---..-.-4w.- Nn Uc4.-" ITS,"''**r MIN aiantk.aoOO dowaar e5w 555 "'Ioe ar tU. MOMUSpace both Southwest schools ISO Lake Frontage

tor Till Bui'.....orIaI. 116-41oi aoUTHIWI loan. THREE b dn... ol Jar Ih. raat ol lha famllr ..Id. paaaaa loa. Phont *....Immtdlau.IM.THRQ Only t.700! V.ACountry By Owner
low daw parmaaL Moatiw air "toadltrtBad .aairal bat R. TUCKER Jr. Joe P. Phone MU <.4U3CLAltiritO
1 I parmanu _' 11040004. 5re Bridges
041 $110
far Sol M o.uUiT I. 0" Taro bit MeI_.. I C1tss.
153 Hotfttt ? ... .
lludtnu ,.' OIId ...""1'* C" bUln b""Mni *nwbar.. .1M .. 1111 1-'It02 REALTOR
allot 170 $114071. fth ."U._ altar S :M ... Flexible Home! DISPLAY
TMKII tXDHOOtt bow 41* Fob bulllto'SllBkT!... . OFFERS . --
(30 DOWN. 171 atr .....UI. Hear III M. Ma14. A?* LaktlaadXO \ .
"." !>" of' /orla Moris 1I..al' OIIKA'r ei, Sushi rial: .toulhial TV bdrom etlTJTIA Modem block home or
A...... 160 dsw,. .eo moss Dhu OREAT : CB SPACIOUS CB HOMES G. M. C.
kit tub
aeraaa "lie 10. a* aaaJIfrlat Ara FrtMrty ........
IIU lat MU *- !.. nearly acre south of city.
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.IX ROOM m Mila bow. NEED THREE? at 1(01 "'.0400_. KO-lUt TEas d7aTa: moss _roo. I ar t Mu. Win. Oat odors at IradlUaaal forublBM Only $9,000 with excellent, A Roar lit (in. ill .Hlt,
..... 155.0 *| in* It. .,.. .
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Ian* lou AIM iw* .tIn. I.. kill CB koow unaf ban for Oi* aaac sod
..... Kalalra Blfli' School o.odaoodltloo 1.111 to Frlildalr br awaar I PlM taipait and ..,... flow alaa. aaaiBliBMal .,,_. terms! RO-111J bkb.p truck t* fit wvwfw
Call MU 1-4,(,. TRRAALOA DITIOI CIN DICK 0505 Kio.Ua*! ....110.roses. *nd .... Sal ahadotf kk t* Bni_ r. o.Ye.rice
BARNES 443 '
140$?. FLORIDA 0 TD Cardiaal Flaoa. afp 0-iaao. TO SETTLE ESTATE LOW Park. with aolldly atutruawd etas- s..e fa ......If.
ROOM DOWN PAYMENTON ......
IM BOn.T OM UUn of Ian. u..niraom MEL RUDY
ENTERTAINMENTneed UTCHEN, AND BATH VANI RIALTO TWO BEDROOM CB bouaa. *2SOUTHUDI $7500 formal dwln. room. 1 .._.
THREI trat AS OP NOW wi BATE SOU B. n4an.' 03 "4004 041 ...11I. "' ..". /ass OUR LOT ._- -...... kjlabaa wiu LMLAREALTOR $168800

not be lYe. IN TOP TORT LOCATIONS: SPECIAL PRICED"own Im llflu .......'''n sad WaslN.444 Ws4e. Otis n A WONDERFUL SOY15AOldtIYrs.Csbow.. kroaklMl ara* ... a amanadana. MORTGAGE BROKER
open. A*
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,LOW All $14,50000 RM. MY. LOCATIOM Now with brlakrot lacing. It I* aa NO DOWN PAYMENT PLUS I _room and katbal LAKELAND FRAME
Check the Clarified MeIne.. ,. aaliM Ideal far side
section 122,000,0 RN. balk aaaal PIanOs
Ml lat Ifcat
n4 noo 4.11S2 lak* all rau on roc LOT ohll aroB 1127 E. Memorial Blvd.
la-law.i
for good buys In used I'" l1&a. ALL ON TOOK TIaWII NSW: TWO .- baa *. Read 3000. *airl haal aad air 555.dUNsa4 Urn to kaap UM lawn moosE at taa amalM ar M-M War .Brand_ & AXLE SERVICE
ON14 lOR YOU far aim.015. ... aullMa iluhao.aar 55r. CAM BI std !
". ,. lloo MANTLED ON TERMB LOW MONTHLY toat aaadltloa dial U6-4107 any timeCLAsairico
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TV and Stereo sets. ... K lltlai ... bus raataawnlnt Wit (1(500 MOO dowa-oaothlnt RO>10 4. Call Rar BannUaa ts- wV 0.0440as...
SVEKINO CALL .Iad.... laU til* bUi. dowa-raa Bar tioaint dar. MO 5.7243.JUST PAYMENTS A, .
CLASSIFIED BRACKNET wrraa fJoa. roots Jloa TatBi Cow aoa.ISMO I POam O-in
DISPLAY, ,_ MV O4>HMl wrtad aorak. 1'100.
Prlc.d at (10000 $0310 a RIGHT . Acre ofSecluded I 'a* tawla For VOBT
month aft.r a low down nrmrBt.aa . Tw* hadroora CB bath, FOR 1121 50.51antsI'Iorldi. ",.. Maw ao Vaad Trees
SILL YOUR CAR : ba Iron d..., at ana Arn.. :alb ..' bua larta lot, No THE KIDS DISPLAY. I
TO US. ROY SlIllf For Infornttloa. call Jrrrr Marlla rlIP Ute. Ml Creacam I>rl.| Days phone- 6S228M Woods - -- - -- - I
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WE PAY TOP PRICES FOR or Dolt WlauraBY aoBat MO41M bodldoms

ANY CLUN USED CARS I CT 1-1.33. ,FOR BAUt: br-wnar Two bed- la thu a ....... wiiobuiltin Nlibld and wackradail20o : t. lht Httlnt and Ui* ._laI f...
OWNtH-twa badroom CB room CB. Blrtwaerrr .. tur* of Uila raarllni
REALTOR LWLA Kill Ink rant* o o Built la 1MOB '"' IIO-1M1 "3-443' Immxalat
ROSS LAKELAND *. FLA AVE 051.1143CLA151PID Horn, I.... Florid room. (400aqult JIM trawberrr Lane tat lei, >- am imicdt arta baa aardtn 1 bedroom boai IB U>a .$.Inll
MOTORS INC. ;. no Btonthlr. Pooh .*... lo&'. Frlr* (4 (00. Phone ATvitar. plaaud ibis bom It' Owaar-bulldara planiiad pariaaraaldanaa -
.'21 or MU 08510 "- 18a. Fort Mead Florida. t. ana. klib and drr soak and tba eat,..,!>
1500 W. Memorial I1r4 .. 2111 WILLOW ........" Throe TO BE ..'ed. _' ti Locawd *a uia aid Poll ell NEW HOME I rum and _.."U.' "1..1.. ra.ct .
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Ph. MU 2-Jill I II DIIPCAY' badrooia ( bam, tanxud limit upla*. aaallj oau>..- lo oa.. hleh.., about 4 milM Irom till NEW POUR bednoai' twmIVIBI "allLII. n.Bat tala.faal 1*I\.r.1. r.MA. .1 FRANK FOSTER
iKlla, ran
I room, laralir room alr-candiuna* 'amO> rtaldaoc_ Uoo. M3-1107. TEltkM nrk.iUA still room dlnlB room kltob*,;: , lTUlaawk -
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tot Ratio kilckaa with aitraa.(1M Jona OkmB todar Mlfii'i: larr Plarlda .001$ III M.I .antat pn a r wit* an
FOR ..
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hams .11I.. tloaa .* tuioolaaarak doable .....n. aulMr
room. Lat boa..613.04554.41d21
05000004 C[. 1 714 **. $... Sad I.".. Lartt tola STEP UP TO BETTERLIVING 100150-. Watar and aawar. CARS
doss..001117 7se.a4. 44.15 with abadr solo sod ,",,. Lot Uka OIkaoB Park Ana. WIId-
"Special Delivery"SALE ,Ion Snrord 0100. ....1.... .la*. 100-llSO. Carport alut aaa.aral "'.." 11.000 dow.. MU
DOWN. (Tl 41 naatklr far fara*.. Hau aaad* aoaian la thl* Blctlf built vary oaanawMil 3-2U1. First
ICs koBM la Edttwoaa FarkF >alr, am u sound. n. tarnltM3oaa a -_ home. It ka I or
'aed and built/ tea OI1-44M. Bow eatardar aad (... bath, bailt-eB raan/BTaa die.PMaJ. .I Save You Money
-.r. 1.. p... 1000 Haraehall W. hare W Mss >.* thubom Final
,IIE"IIONA8LK' OWNER. LIST e".., C.U MU Hat for Infor- for ,.. to appraelaw BOWnice Home
don ,.,...0'- Tbraa bedroom 5
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55140.BUT It I* BUlda. It ...* doubt BRICK HOMESThese
II.. fall btttia loon, Florid* FROM ..... 4o_.. aD oa aoraar lei M iIXC ". abadaa1 aad traffic trot But you hove IP see them
room. > car ctrpon krlrk Our *Br and .
I : U ald m nrr toBTta.lent Select Brick Homes laraUaB aoor Ora.. rrk. A t
mr aid woos HO 2-M30 ar Tbr* badroomt. 1., baUi |1 33S ......... Hdrooai. how ffc'j64 /
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April is The Time for 'MU SoB. bon ball and turnitura. Par- ana ROIIttCall are ready for IMMEDIATE booia Ibal aouldaaiiallr ,
Bo. . wall I
menlo Sal, $4. Inoluoaa Craw tadu MQ a-/6 4 ttouaa a Fount araalor
Good BARGAIN ATTRACTIVB Iw* U>lne. __3. 01447- OCCUPANCY. Features Include (aiailF. UflBt aod Florida '
Used
and New Truck Buys bedroom CB I.... Florid roaai aorablaod tor a a.aa* atpao TAGS ON EVERY CARt
utility ..01.. window*, 111* CLEVELAND 3 4 BRs. 2 Baths. and lo/ormalitr aatarad
laiylatad blrck vautaat. 11011I'1 HEIGHTS HOME Florida and Iron loath ..all... eoaaaoUni .
Dining Rooms
CHEVROLET lml *r Nrd 4w
ehaol atortt and . NO DOWN PAYMENT wuh kodroom O.
eburcnaa wlni sat iltchaalalai Tvr
Pendarvis -1 flniaH a r
Truck CenterNew ktra (ul ....hborhOO mat bom. (1(00. Trrmi Btdlaoovnt M yaw MALL .oat Bait up toe appor.luall at UrTDnt 520.000.40.114. $2088
1963 Chevrolet tor cwh In mr Multr la to* thla ... dttoratn -VA. LMLA
711 Binoth. two blorkt wt woe well maintained home I I .
BRICK ,4 CHIV OHT Mai taorta Cnvar.
'or Waoaih la ekrllB Aoraa Ala HOMES ID ..* of in* MIMe araa at II *u .
Truck . . . . . . . $1495 ,. I Mae factory I'r, powar Mrin'* rad
. . 14.0.sr bulldiix lot ar truck Lakalaad tl baa kMnoaiaBM FURNISHEDNice Tastefully and koatar 4.000 actual mil**. n1L154N
Ovaat 04.7734.N1A4140 ll.l.t toam. dlalnt art*. U.4*. Buy tAi* wMh.and for .
New 1964 Chevrolet $56.36 iw* Shill room 0... will
COMPLETION TradlUonal ana carrr Ih* Morttta. ROIlMOa4l 2 BR. CB home like Pampered $2799_

Pickup . . . . . . . . . $1695 I Slats dlalnt la deny.aturaa room. pao.lad ,aao-.... PST 1.W. Maward OUl.lt t* at* Uu new and fully furnished for _'41 PONTIAO Calalina .Door Hardtop.T.a .
nom wllli 147001.11. dtubl only 000-only 2 bks out- CirtpUonallr volt\ ooaitrucUd war pawor hirdramat rad and
Wot NOW I III.. foul lore, doubts laratt small dovs paiaiaat aa on lat* boo aa a lari .ak ahadad lot, A50tsr.
'57 Chevrolet Vz Braa Lafcaltnd most .... ..anr aiodtli wow sale ao*. HOWARD GILLETTE ilde city near Northild IB Bdanholma that rafloet aoa.last $1599
ton 1.115414, ".* Baa OUaa kutld- tracua Elementary School-RO- car and .. Nawarptlt I .. .
"P2], XBALTOrt LMLA and drape,; S aadrooraa,, 'U CHIVY II Nova Monk w.....
Pickup . . . . . . $795 $520 1 101064044 BALE 140 BklnBar 110 w. walaut at I. Florida 138 'and S Irrltatad kaUiai auuiatd'''d. Sorpr4ablp douDIa' ca.HI Paw. .rlid.Immaaulata.. Pod,a,.naalar."dto.ft.. Chavy II factorya

'60 Ford Vi Panel mat, flnl tin ogle Torn IMPERIALCONSTRUCTION PHONE MU 2-4179 orlcaa la low 10'0. 110-1082. $1699
ton $1095 $520 _roo.... two Ilia batht. Florida SHOPPING
room. 1.4.. i.. ,\. lumt ant
'58 International ton Idral location mar Orota roll CC, i. ::..0IDs005tLS. : ar 4.05.1 Maar,54455 n* V S W.:
Call MU a7 INC. very convenient to this A. S. MORROW ,....m.I.*. rad,.. ...._, whit wall

pickup . . . . . . $895 $620 OWNER: Ilk Prado Pan Eltialarlt : .ii ... ra. ar. A GOOD BUY nice 3 BR home with 2 Mtaltori LMLAMO
lame lamUr room, tilt l-Slll ....'43.I. 716 Wilson Avenue baths Florida Room. DinIng a Taaaafna m4z0 $1595
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lh 4IKbta-air aondltlooad Call MU SOItT ar MO S-STM
Room Double .. ... .
garage NTIAC T nnavlll Mardto c. *
(10(00UVeC EAR BIOR SCHOOL AND OOLaLJXJ"
Hot SPECIALS Hot and a.r. pawar wmaowa, ._,,,..
B1.U Tbra brdraom CB : a badroom bom In aicalpt SHADE OAKS-124 Bw llroa. "".
$50 PER MONTH I. rapair ttirouihoui Canlralaatlni '
aonditloBtrlaadicapad 1695
45050.10,700 ar I.
Edgewater Drive Is
1959 CHEVROLET EfCamlne. Supid 341 en.jn Will lake 50/554 and air ooodilion ar>um. net $

., 4 speed, power steering, pcw r traktilachomtttr ''nor I-HRU Una BEDROOM. : "'-3JI7.CB 'J4MI doss' ttiat aad aunt S aadraoBi a* told fram Immadlaialr Bens loan homo ralrliaralar aomnltnaat turnitura. Inoludlnt Onlr ol 014 111.too 000 raniaand .00 00. 1 ew ping-l2(500'-"IU Ward and Sean terms-Chnn.- : "FUN LIVING" 013 dan OHIVROLIT...toma"' .. .c....,,.........114....60.0 Vorr t*"

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$795 1101 Norm Wlbatw AT4 MU MlaUpuni "0. parnanl I $1795
CI"". Clean ... ............... and r*< aw>* la For IntnrmatlonOB
144010.P0R1CL00LD ,.> Moadar tbraum T. L. BRYANT BRAND NEWI Dallthttul "foa Ii..
I Ftldar t 01 ALCON' _... "_r. Autamaba. ...
,, 14400555550 4 $4.. Brokor SCOTT KELLY In, with owruitiii brand new .,. ... ".....
ktrtalB la moot L..lnd V>MMl MU 2-6116 10110.. 444. "... U17 a.a1Ot .. .3. Call?.. Bear moat ....ry.ibID. .
Ru<, ruallor. IU7 L M.- ...\b.III.. I bit badraoau. $1595
'52 CHEVROLET with ..flal BIT". Mt4107TBREI REALTOR -LMLA 1 ... kit I $..... ,.. linn room 1
Ic: cents 1.d,. $520 iv kltokaa. new lamllr room tl COMT i-11. ucaat aatla. radt* at>d
Good rvbbtr. : BEDROOM CB. ISM 0... 213 S. I h..t .
. . . . .. TennesseeMU O.W doubl' carport new Blltn.wrkaod a ;
KOTMT .... .U **" .oaiitMiniFR4. .
'56 CMC 1 ton wish 9 H. Moot' Be>. $620 Widow lout BWta. II.JoIU3L "FUN LIVING"badraoai 2.8195SOUTHSIDE arm new new raoit atitkbort and ana. new...i r $1495SEE

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nit St1U bows 5, Ill "Otsmonloo parmaat MO Oll.= I
IAROAINI BlAUTlrUL BWdaboa .nI. Silt laiet
51 CHIVROLIT 2 ton wfek .... k4,. $920 *, thr** kodraam. IH kiIB .III.II. .$5 boo 1u. Otlns" 501 Poa.II aearruilnf new for lua Cnarll Cwtln *.ck lIIa._....
Now ongino, 2 (pa.4. . . . . MTBr lOl ....*...., |OTUB. *- S 0 aad .... aloe THE BARGAINWidow .. BUllU Wa htva &
slut CrratJ Lo".. II too kll eaah lor 1411i" Ort o kr HitEuhaat *. beautiful rard with Bleu will tell this two bedroom FOSTER
TRACTORS AMBM Call *.,.rCM1 ir ol "ahad. n a a IIII. ..." 1.14.Inbs.$1.1Nb115505NO INSULATED: Bon. la A-t CON FRANK
***. MalMliB Thomaa.I .' PERSON DIlloN IB litini raam. It'
57 CHIVROLIT 9200 _Ill. Tit* bit Blrooadiuanar and Florida room .. DICK BARNES
Hvcro*. $1395 I THREE BBDROOIU 1*'' kiFUrtda ...... kK sob troaa vlll mak XO-llvl wood lloon I
.. 34* V.I. e. nkWr .. . ...... air* aaadrUarard .... '1_ MIIBI kM lor r... ,walk Iralr In raadmpM eloMta .floor old.lurnae: ,_ MOTOR SALES
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and bun tloo. 147
Lao4i end rune like MW 0.4117 .r alMe S p0. ...3..864TO DICK BARNES par month otter dta parmtttslra

'62 FORD HD MOO Irocrar. Like UTTLB otal*. br lamllfHorn ( lot airallabla

sew, ,..411 ,**., . . SOOQIT, I'duplr. *doubl r inram....p1IMrsOno.*. OB with8OU1HBID lOll 5. Plo4.7103 IAl.TO": Phone OWNER
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CALL CHARLII WHITILIY OR JOHN IIMMON" In.ss i, _... .3-tMI.. 683-3063

FOR AN ON. THI JOI DIMONSTRATION. : NIW *uuld *ltrtbrw .
I b.0room5 that will MMIwa
-.. Walking dlilaaofabapalM article you've found
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Pendarvis Chevrolet I Arrow junior Blik tuatl. Wait Ira Wladaor_lb.atrootall .'. may be trying to reach Your Assurance l'ALWAYS11D

Bovtb UBcala Aaa Modaliundr
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310 N. Fla. Ave. Ph. <686-5165< << Uoa tall altar 4 *.w. ***.M10CLAttirilO er cNavaoLn, ,
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DISPLAYD sold In Classified Ads! the classified section I IOaO .t ED C14AS

ial MU 6-1151 for an ( wets 4..151.0I 1)) \ .>. i, r ...
"It All Happened at Harold Fussell's"ISeein' now ruH /.. ...
ad-writer and tell her -....... \ ...
1151$ P54154155 -- ..... ...
what you want to sell! Coot Brown ... .:::- .

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62 THUNDCRIIRD C.nnrtikl. La.4.4

have mere reem fIr ear '64 I roaia., boils. $6 9 5 wkh .41.1,....,. $3295
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'60 COMIT. H....'. CHRYSLER Hew Took. I I II '57 CHMOLIT V.I 2.0.. Ant.. '
$895'60 $1095 w9 62 THUNDERIIRO H.rdtoa
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All h1,11 . . .4. Lida. 595 .
0.. ewo.l . $2895
'61 CHEVROLET 2 s De HorwtwSicVuM I OB .
A"tm* ic, ,_" *...rI".. '62 DODGE Dart Wo/o4' Stick ...ift. wear
cods e.4 M395 114 0''z \ CHIVROLIT < .,!u.! *..- ...**..411

....t.. ,2395 j-j- I I Id',.. Naw aalrrf. $1055 '(I OLDJMOIIU VI 4>Door C....* t in.

.aholtfory sidi.5li vt. $1795

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| 58 MG SPORTS CAR DREAM. SPECIAL . . $7951 I Y e1M15121.14.5 a Ww,5ay 154 I 'fl DOOGI V.| 4.Daor. Futkbwitandtrhio.

a wr Itrtrine, $QQCbrokot. '61! FORD V.I 4.Doi, S.tI.. W...".
We sell kind of used
only one care O7W
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'59 MUCUIY w..... Powof 04561115. '<0 CORVAI. Roolo, ..... $895 MOW .. .,. NIC i $1495
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.. broker, ro.lo, hkk shift. . .. . .
Pow $795 ( ) 57 rOD V-l 2 D.., H.r. o.. Aut

........ Hlce '55 UICK 2.D*. $ Creampuffi. M5., radio I ....,. SCQC '
I.rr. ...... Horot*. . . .. . 395 Looks site yyv *'iri *e'. OB. lacal
L. 0. wee $1895
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51 I Creoinpufl Tho, a used cor without; the secondhand hood ..

....*... Like $1495'51 SIMCA. O.. ewitor.ow $3 9 5 aches. 51 MIRCURY V.I 4-D.or H.,... whir

. Ic._, ,!I., Mainly win In business to nil Vetlrwogini. But peep!. Putakwtte* 1fienl. i.. .. .,, 51 CHRYSLER W,...... 4-Dr $.4.o..

.57 PLYMOUTH Powor iNtrl**. ......*. -$| ITUDIIAKU.ftforr $295 I trade m ad kinds of cars for VWi end we find eurielves with oil M 0f. $795 Pit. $695
On.
.i,. 695 Got ***.* kinds of used cars on our hands aw**r ..0.,.rt.t....

Jl"'' '51 CHIVROLIT BwlRoy 4. 1595 The really good ones, will renovate, rehabilitate and ""ft. 'CO FORD ( ylm.tr, 2.014' I...*. '59 FORD V.I S.h.e. W.,.*.. A.t..

57 PLYMOUTH S*'.T H.fwr.a 2-Dowr Daar Se..*. Stick skill I The "heaps never even pet close to our Died car lot.We St4 Lk r4 like tr vo. $80S ,. Ic, radii, ktotor, $ QQC

S_ ,"p.. A.torBO'F *"*,_{I.; 'J| CHWOLIT 2-0*** 344th. W.,- don't sol) any car, new or used that can't post our 14. now now M't OfJ

tan. ......, kt.'... 595 . G..J M' .. I
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..< V-l far IhhiMf. $295 point safety and performance'check. After all, our reputation, I *..*..*.. riwl.*. ....... air t..... 57 CADILLAC Sods. DVlllo, Full ,.... 1
I rides around In every used car we elL e.ad.5,
cl.. AB ....1..1."Mi.. $2195 $QO
S. FORD 1410 That's I ;0: I . 7 7 *y
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.... bats . .... Vied cor lot. Wire specialists, you know.

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55 PLYMOUTH, Radio/ heater, auto.trans. 9999 BUY CUAM UK Notes "W bivi maiy

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was ', Forlond, Ann Allot.. Jeen Nioto, M.", Picker, Althoo tberhordt, ,
Corps *" Mertho Waster, Lei; Rtilly, Morjery M.... Not protent when the I
for ,*, ,koto was token ware WI.". Kelley, Honey Graham, Joe*) Wor.
".h. Ruth Gould a.... Miller Money loiley, Ruby J....,
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As ( ) The Congregation At The
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U'I ner that LAKELAND BAPTIST TEMPLE

rium. (Formerly Main Street Baptist)

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r stay EVANGELISTIC SERVICESAt
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I 7:00 EACH NIGHT, SUNDAY, APRIL 5.12

I Rev. Art Bollman, the new Pastor,

(!AP) will oo preechiof from kit blf, full-color diip. ieHofll libloChort.
Board The "' ....... will bo timely, InformeHve and leulItirrini. .
COUNCIL COMMUTERS Tho lair tide of the Winter Ho.** High thiebnt council'ontovr./ entific /
ogo this weekend to Tompo'i Florid Ann, of Student Councili or*: Loill Mel..", trooiuror Mn cepted
I CHURCH LOCATED AT 1106 L MAIN ST., LAKELAND
Morio Whitney, .".1..,, end Pam Comet, Ncr."", Already on tliolr wry .t photo rlmei lob Hollmeyer 1966
preiident' ; David Fisher, and Wolttr CM!|, of Aytfri' ho oi Photo by Richlo) -the I


Hospital Haven Students Attend


District State Council Convention -


Eyes Action I WINTER HAVEN Six rep- ing the meet are: Pam Came. ... :;
resentatives of"-Winter Haven secretary; Leslie Mclver secrc '
HAINES fclTY The North- High's student council were tary; Bob Hallmeyer president. < : L '"
east Polk County Hospital District preparing to return today from all of Winter Haven; David t' ., '."fl' : .' --.
will field its attorney next Tampa where they've been fur- Fisher of Lake Alfred and Walter \> .) 1' 'fit A
thering the school's cause and Cesell. exchange student \ tfi.
week to consider future action
exchanging ideas with other from Austria. ( ;. {
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toward a proposed $750,000 hospital state schools at the annual \ / a
Ideas ExchangedThe
complex here. State Convention of Florida
City Attorney John Dewell Association of Student Councils. purpose of the meeting.. 'J"I ,
said Mrs. Whitney is to exchange
of Mrs.
Under
Bald he and civic legal partner supervision ,
and Ideas In
experiences .
Marie Whitney adviser, attend- ., ( (
-J. Hardln Peterson plan to discuss student council work with other 't\ipI\)\
a Supreme Court decision state schools; to Inspire Interest ,';,' _..
on the matter. Water Wells In student councils for school '
which do not have them; and to
\ The court Wednesday de- I
student
Introduce exchange
clined to rule on a suit before Show Power from around the world now attending -
it, averring that new laws schools throughout the
made invalid part of an appeal Of QuakeTALLAHASSEE state for at least one year.
r from Circuit Court; growing out Additionally she said Winter !
of recent legislative action (AP) New Haven High School is representing :
I striking a clause from the bill evidence was still turning up Polk County In an effort to I '
which created the district, apparently -yesterday on the terrific shaking get the state presidential unit i< .
to satisfy opponents to the earth received in good of the Council at Winter Haven. r4
the proposed hospital. Friday' earthquake that wrecked In 1962, the school was in vice
The new law makes taxation many Alaskan communities presidential capacity. r ..
of landowners for operation The water level In wells at "We'll stand on our record
funds for the proposed 200-bed widely separated points In Flor- and experience in effort to secure 'I,
hospital and provides that half ida first rose by several feet the honor" Mrs. Whitney 1\
of a projected $650,000 must then fell to subnormal lows before said.
come from ad valorem taxes returning to the usual t
and the rest from utility taxes. level. )
Hospital proponents had to In Tampa yesterday J. W.
raise $100,000 in cash or pledgesand Steward hydraulic engineer for 0R. LeBrumbaugh
plan to float a bond Issueof the U, S. Geological Survey, "
$650,000 for the rest: increased said a survey water well eight \ .
taxes would repay the bond Is- miles south of Lakeland in the *'
sue. The hospital committee has central part of the state recorded " 'r'. ,_ .... ,. nil :: V ", .. '. t.w1'
slated a meeting in two weeks a record 7'//-foot rise at' ," .
11 '. -,, >," '
with the lawyers to hear re p.m. Friday.A .. "' .,. .
ports and possible pleas readyfor well about 10 miles northwest *'" a 4 r I
Polk County Circuit Court. of Tampa recorded a five- : '
foot rise at about the same time. :: Fire can destroy the Bond. \ '
At Tallahassee, a well on the ., .
UnemploymentDrops Florida State University campus -:
showed foot rise and .'
a 31/p
200,000 fall. .: but not your savings '

Steward laid the water gauge. 1 ,
During March often recorded earthquakes incidentally 1 l'
but the usual change ".
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WASHINGTON'tatThe na-:in the water table was measured \ T! '"'", r9.tk.i
., tion's employment picture 1m-'ed hundredths of a foot. :. .-, ,/0' (1 ,
: proved last month with an Increase Shock' waves set off by the f
.
of 900,000 jobholders ponderous scraping of earth ,
I and a drop of 200,000 In unemployment masses in the quake raced ,'.' j
i the Labor' Depart through the earth, first compressing ,
ment said Friday. and then expandingthe POLK COUNTY i -
Total civilian employment rose water-bearing strata and 'J-
to 68.5 million in March, and causing the water levels of wells SCHOOL BOARD All that the owner of this charred U.S. Savings This assurance against loss is another of the

the million.Jobless total dropped to U! to shoot up then down. Bond has to do is mail the remains to the many reasons why Americans now hold over $47

However the Bureau of Labor GOLD--RUSH District 4 Treasury Department, with as much more information billion in Series E and H Savings Bonds. The

Statistics reported the sea- TOKYO (AP) Discovery of as.he can give-serial number, and money they're saving is providing for their personal

sonally rate remained adjusted at unemployment 5.4 per cent dy centuries-old reclaimed gold land coins at in Arlake mud-, To Serve You date and place of issue. He'll get a fresh Bondto security. And it's also helping to build the

because the labor force was Beach in northeast Tokyo set replace it. No charge. strength of America at a time when the enemiesof
swelled by 300,000 new entrants off a gold rush that yielded 36 ,... Pol. ....... ky
during the month.A pieces valued at about $8,000 Akovo Condidato me Treasury has grown accustomed to providing freedom are stronger then ever.
said that all the
spokesman this week. I this sort of service. In the past 20 U.S. Savings Bonds
changes were about as expectedfor I years are a good way to providefor

this time of year. j / it has replaced over 1,300,000 Savings Bonds your future. Buy them where you bank or

The bureau aspect said of the the most March significant , BROWN AviationINC. that have been lost, stolen, burned or mistakenly on Payroll Savings where you work.

\ figures was the considerable Improvement tossed out with the trash.
.
In employment of
,'J adult men. announces Every U.S. Savings Bond sold is registered in QuIck facts about Series E Savings Bonds

LEOAL ADV..TI.MENT NOTICE I '"Wet Instrument Training"Course the name of its owner, and' a microfilm record You get $4 for every $3 at maturity

Notice I* hereby ,'... that the made. So the government can check when, You can ret your money when :you need it
Florida Citrus ComRilulon will .
I hold a Publlo He&rtnf at S P.M., where, and in whose name a Bond was purchasedeven a Your-Bonds art replaced free If lost, destroyed
i Mondar April 1. n., on a recommendiUon or atolenYou
centrat. Quality received Committe.from tbo. Con-Tb.Comnltt. (Beginning April 6th) if there isn't burned crisp to send them. a can automatically! on Payroll Btrfagt.
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Florida Citrus hat Commission rwomnwndod Refutation that- Course to be conducted byt FRED BEGY
b* am.nded to ,al.. the ST. PETERSBURG SCHOOL OF AVIATION
minimum Brl iulrmnto from ""'
41.S to 44.0 decree for S + 1 i e Complete Ground School
.. concentrated Drang Jules freedom In '
future with
Keep
packed In retail or In.tltutlonalii Link Training your
container and that this In-I '
creaaeJ Brlx requirement b. mad e Flight Training
ffotlv at Ue arllt practical take of this r J ; '
Plan to advantage course
data The Regulation now provide : now > US. SAVINGS BONDS
Brlx for to b this* effective In or...* December In minimum I.I conducted by these . ., .
It". This Publlo Hearing will be I INSTRUMENT TRAINING SPECIALISTS!
held In conjunction with a epe-I &
of the Florida Citrus ,
rial meeting
CotnmlMlon. It I* anticipate that FOR INFORMATION CALL sf. ..
at IhU time, i\
tto Commission will CY 3.2501 -
consider all of the Information developed or .

will proceed at th. to Public take Hearing what.v.rl and| Visit Gilbert Field Winter Haven n PA e.NrWsI;;.....q/.p Ulf-...;"'!- TU rrewnty.D.**' ""iK...... nt id*:rM.....;..e.4.Mil aso nw,/..OUfceJrWHt n,**n. >ri5
aetloa It dm appropriate on the . .
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recommendation l of the. Cone.I Set Fred Beg, Sot. or Sun., 5th \ \ "
ttat Quality<.> Ham Commltt.Bank.* Chairman' Gilbert Field, for Full Information.
Florida Citrus CommKilon.
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