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Title: Lakeland Ledger
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Place of Publication: Lakeland, Fla.
Publication Date: April 5, 1964
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LEDGER VOL. 40, NO. 195 LAKELAND, FLORIDA, SUNDAY MORNING, APRIL 5, 1964 B FIFTEEN CENTS
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Winter Helps To Keep reen



I A M I (AP) Winter trying to stretch a vacation shores. These include the pc -':" mrfinlllion F green dollar. The

Is that time of year when birds, fund over jacked-up motel or pockets, gambler, bookies, season now opens In November

race horses, golfer, toclalites, hotel "season" rates, trips to hold-up) artists, gem thieves and and runs through April.
ordinary citizens and an assortment countless tourist attractions to dope pushers. Air conditioning for cars

::2i of underworld types head watch porpoises, alligator Standard RemarkIt buses and public buildings -has
south. wrestling and, swampbuggyraces helped make Florida a year-
This helps keep Florida green -and to buy a few bottles Is a standard remark round vacation attraction. Fam
-the color of a dollar bill. Millions of sunburn cream among Floridians that winter's ilies with school-age children
: of them, in fact To a newlywed couple it is a first southbound plane bringsthe find the summer heat and
The winter season is many chance to take advantage of rich. The underworld catches humidity not overpowering.

things to many people.To special rate honeymoon package the second plane. But the emphasis Is till on
the wealthy and ultra- plans offered by some Florida The jet plane, the Communist "the season."
wealthy, It Is the four-month period hotels. takeover In Cuba, political Instability
. when their gay party circuit Then there are several thou in the Dominican Republic Money Made

a f i 1i shifts from New York, sand working people who leave and legalized gambling "Let's face it. From December -

i Philadelphia, Detroit and Montreal their jobs in Catskill Mountain in Puerto Rico and the Bahama to April we make money.
d to the slightly-less-formal resorts. Northern race tracks, Islands have had an effect on The rest of the year we try to

atmosphere of the Surf Club, Indian Coney Island or Atlantic. City the season lose as little as possible," says

Creek Country Club, Biscayne and pick up similar jobs in Mi The appeal has been put Harold Gardner, publicist for
Bay Island Estates and ami.A. across so well that more than the Fontainebleau Hotel
the Miami Beach hotel row. few hundred other "work. 2% million persons swarm-almost Indian Creek Country Club,
di- To Mr. and Mrs. Average Ing" people also move their operation lemming style to winter

i53 John Doe, it Is two weeks of to Florida's! sunny vacationland They spend about (Turn to Page 8-A, Column 1)

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MacArthur's Condition


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President Holds News 'Conference

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miouncm kit p>..1.1..1! l c. I..et. H. cIU4 kii dmlaish.tisa! a transition fovtmmtnt to rtturnIrani Worse

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New Brazilian Chieftains


LBJ Sees Old Warrior SaidIn


Work To Prepare Election 'Good Year1

Deepening Coma
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RIO DE JANEIRO, Brazil and Uruguayan official. add heAP that the new government had' For DemosWASHINGTON

( ) Brazil' new political had come straight from his agreed to his going into exile in WASHINGTON (W)'- Gen. of the Army Douglas 1
v chieftains worked at top speed ranch at Sao Borja In southern (AP) President -
Uruguay. in was In omin-
MacArthur gripped a deepening coma,
,
'I Saturday to prepare for a quick Brazil I Johnson said Saturday 1964
i. election In Congress to pick an Goulart' reception was cool.If Speculation on his successor' will be a prosperous year for ous straits Saturday but described as resting quietty.-) ,
said in late afternoon that his vital)
Interim president The Uruguayan government'lThere centered on army Gen. Humberto the American people and "a Army doctors
both here welcome him Castelo Branco considered functions such as heartbeat, blood pressure and
was pressure was not given un- good; year for the Democrats
Increasingly
were -
becoming
end In the capital at Brasilia for tit he had reached the home oran the real force behind the revolu from the political standpoint.' breathing-difficult to sustain.

election by Wednesday, or a close friend and there was a tion, and Marshal Eurlco Cas Asked at another ef his Saturday ShowdownSet 1 Earlier they said his liver had \
soon after that II the next step complete absence of and
pomp retired afternoon conferences
par Dutra, who as pre.ldent new eased to function.
toward concluding successfully ceremony. when he landed. 13 years ago. It was Dutra whether It would be a good year r', miracle could save
the revolution that toppled Joao Uruguayan officials had said who in 1945 forced Getullo Vargas for' him, Johnson replied: "The A1 \ Wtthv him Only the a doctors laid
Goulart as president he would be received with state to end his 15-year dictator Democrats, I said. That means ,
Goulart flew Into Uruguay, honors as lit ex-president of ship. Democrats\ .." Red China"MOSCOW Ironically, a long-standing 1,
of the liver
landing In a But the smoldering ailment
.Ingle-englne plane Brazil. .final reception' who .
Congress has 30 days from Johnson, all but an which, surgeons hoped thw Had
near Montevideo reflected desire
on Saturday UrulUay' not
..
afternoon to irritate the Brazilian last Thursday to pick a successor nounced his bid for reelectionwith (AP) -Tass, cilll'halted by the fire,of i>is three
.new for the provisional president,, that statement was in t a now is (he
workt' major operations
He hli closed Saturday that com: J
joined family there government. It was understood L I
Paschoal Ranierl MazzUU A!I generally buoy up t 'mood a* ,her munism's sliowdovf t.eetinlabout principal threat to the life of

president of the Chamber o surveyed the world fo .newlmen Red China is planned' for MacArthur 84. "
Deputies he assumed the presi. clustered a"ndblm'", In- the '
Absence \
1 Of Quorum dent' post after Goulart ,qui!t Cabinet room.Speaking ), ,3i next fall. .Doctor* Inspired \

Brasilia ahead of revolutional'Jarmie. ,, of recent event in This gives plenty'.of time fall But a veritable Constellation

111'1' 4 .. Panama and Brazil, the Pres- parties to take a position and of conditions pose odd arttort ,i

Under Brazil' constitution, dent said: "I would say tha for Soviet Premier Khrushchev the fight for life of the\iaaa
I 1' Senate to marshal hi. strength for the and strengtn-
I Slows. FightWASHINGTON MazzUU succeeded Goulart sine! this has been a good week for with whose will to live
,. there was no vice president this hemisphere" i climatic test of strength and fiber have Inspired J is
i Mao Tze-tung.
I Goulart had been vice presiden doctors.
(AP) Sen- ure argue that both these titles and assumed the president), Is Encouraged i The Tall disclosure came I in The functioning of his Bver

I ate opponents of the civil rights unconstitutional\ when Jamo Quadros resigned ir\ Johnson reported he Is "en a dispatch from Sofia Bulgaria, virtually has stopped and the

bill gained a day in their fight The lawyers' opinion las con.'August 1961. Mazzlllf presume. couraged by the development I reporting that the "Bulgaria functioning of all his other mal 1 I
to delay a vote on the measure tithed In a letter made public Wy will return to his post in th! in Panama," which agreed Friday - T ; Communist party was ..houlderto or vital systems, Including his
when the measure's backers' by Sens. Hubert H. Humphrey, Chamber after a new presiden't to resume diplomatic relation shoulder" with Moscow in heart Is becoming increasingly !
were unable to produce a quorum D firm., and.Thomas H. Kuchel is cnosen. Jf with the United State and i the fight with Peking. difficult to sustain./ I

for a Saturday session R-Calif.: floor managers for the All key J.ers have agreecon I proceed with talk aimed at I Take stand That was the grave picture

After the Senate met at 11 measure. Signers include three the necessity to choose im- solving long-standing difficulties The Bulgarian4 are the only given by a grim-faced Lt. Gen.

a.m. Saturday, Southerners de- former attorneys general, fourpast mediately man who will rut over the Canal Zone. I to take a public stand ex- Leonard D. Heaton the Army's
manded a roll call to determine presidents of the AmericanBar Brazil during the difficult period:I He announced that the new ones for the Hungarian whom surgeon general. He heads the
whether the quorum was pre- Association and four deansof ahead until the end of Goulart'.I U.S. ambassador to Panama wUl'' cept Khrushchev Is currently visiting team of surgeons, doctors, 'I

ent. After 41 minutes, only! 41 law schools,: I unexpired term in January 1966. be Jack Hood Vaughn, the Most other parties nurses, and other personnel
of the 100 members had answered ' Peace Corps' director for Latin 1------- tained an embarrassed which has strived to save the

and the majority leader, America. Gent Douglas MacArthur Not so the Bulgarian/ main-I,life of the old hero of three

.
Sen. Mike Mansfield D-Mont ars.Heaton's
As for Brazil Johnson said he released a .
until 10 They detailed
was forced to recess rather ac
I. glad constitutional processes : which Teas said was
a.m. Monday were observed In the overthrowof I taken position March 21, saying: count of MacArthur's apparently made
combat
was
Mansfield Angry former President Joao Gou- "The plenary meeting of the mortal
this
The Dixie bloc's success in tart and added, "We expect Central Committee of the Bulgarian -' more poignant by :

thus retarding the already and look forward to brighter RiCfFOR GOVERNOR Communist party heartily Recalls War Day

snail-paced action on the 11- hopes there"Johnson's ',_ ," approves and unanimously His story of how the hero ofthe
view of the of the Soviet
rosy
House-passed measure supports the proposal Philippine in the hort-
point from world extended even to the moral Communist party Central followings
brought a sharp rebuke lived convalescence
Mansfield, directed at the ab standards of American teen- Committee to call this autumn first operation kept his

sentees.He agers. Candidates Hit IncreaseIn an international meeting workers'of fraternal doctors spellbound with his recited -

said it was "a travesty, See ImprovementAsked Communist and memories of war experiences
that the s.t"f rs parties" dating back to Flanders
indignity"
and
shame to comment on "the Auto License Tag FeesBy Soviet claimed wide
backers of the bill were The press of World War I.
Senate for
loosening of morals the in the clash with Peking
forced to end the fourth support' 'Corregldor' Island hopping,
thus In this Johnson
'
debate on a note young country THE ASSOCIATED making only 50 cents an hour," Articles reporting wide publicIty Japanese government -
week of replied: "From my observation, for the statement of the Soviet subsequent
of frustration. there has been an ImprovementIn Democratic PRESS..he said position in the debate situations were given Inturn

Although on several occasion! morals since my day I think governor threw punches Mayor Haydon Burns of Jacksonville with party China, published Friday, to us in (beautifully com
an which to me is
last week it had required t1 I: would have made my parents lay at the increase In auto license , campaigning in the were printed Saturday night In posed) English "
said Heaton.obviously
1: hour or more to meet the quorum first happier if at 16 or 18, or even 20. tag fees approved by the Fort Lauderdale area sent a zvestla, the government paper second to none moved, by the,
't requirements, this was I I had conducted myself to Paris,
and
time since July 27, 196Z, that the the same high standard of morals last legislature.At representative to the rally in Al'from Warsaw others, Rome memory of the bedside sessions

Senate had been forced to quit as my daughters apply tothemselves least three of'them said It derman's Ford Park. Henry 0. among with MacArthur

because of a lack of a quorum. now." shouldn't have been approved, Wilson of Tampa told the crowd Mao Slammed MacArthur even harkened

The aborting of Saturdays AP Wire,.". On- another. optimistic. . note,, and they would if elected gov Burns is a friend of organized Published also was a letter back to experiences with Gen.

session left Sen. Thomas undehv H Bruin A Plot? the President announced "very ernor-work for its repeal. labor, and oppose abolishmentof from a woman In Bonn assailing John J. "Blackjack" Pershlrj,
Dodd, D-Conn, with an good news" about the nation'persistent Mao Tze-tung and endorsing,Heaton said.Heaton's .
of four of the Democratic the homestead exemption law.
of the The path
ered speech on behalf balance of > paymenu Khrushchev the first I trickle 1 I report on MacAr-
measure He'll give it Monday. t problems. He said preliminary candidates crossed at a "He believes we need it," said of what doubtless: will be a flood thur'. comatose condition

Said Constitutional { On The Inside figures indicate that I In wooded park on the banks of the Wilson, "and he will put the of letters from Soviet reader. marked the first time any of

lawyers the January-March quarter the I Mafia river I in southeastern monkey of taxation on the backof Diplomatic and other sources his doctors had met personally

A panel of 22 prominent the be. of black bear cubs found by U.S. payments deficit the Hillsborough County The occasion those who can carry It." here described the Soviet poll with reporter since MacAr.
Saturday and Pogo, a pair
March
expressed I Suzie amount of money leaving the tion, as outlined In the 30000- thur'i first operation on
lief that the public accommoda hunter in Saratoga County, N.Y., pose pensively at the country balanced against the was the county's traditional Fred Dickinson of West Palm word statement of principles 8.

Hone and fair employment sec. Conservation Department' game farm. While amount coming in-was almost old-fashioned rally kicking off Beach, spending his fourth dayin published in Pravda, the Communist Situation Grave
State
lions of the bill are constitutional. wild animals are bagged by eliminated the campaign. the Tampa area, told the rally party paper, as essentially -
of the meas- aren't, some other accom.
Many opponents bears Hike Hit / defensive The surgeon general
The 50 or 60 newsmen wh Tag crowd the auto owner In Floridais
that' not the kind of safari heldat the other key figures
safaris. But made panied by two
on Every gesture by
people gathered at the White House on More than 100 candidates saddled with higher taxes
Refuses It was a "talent safari" and you'll automobile In Soviet Communist party duringthe in the case, stressed that their
Woman Winter Haven a hunch that Johnson might most of them local candidates,than any owner '
either talk to reporters test"
been ig to
and picture of the winner on page 12-A. have an Impromptu news conference spoke at the day-long meeting any other state In the nation. past year has coming

Pay For Work find Elsewhere a tory in today' Ledger you'll find such interesting bombarded about foreign him affairsAt with. while women's Democratic organizations Fights Tag Hike nored tacks.or And met the by Chinese new Chinese are continuing at-- (Turn to Page 8-A. Column. 2) ,
questions sold hot dogs and
After 'QuakeANCHORAGE stones as a discussion on the possibility of another one point, the President hamburgers. I Sen Scott Kelly of Lakeland, the pattern.

Central America on page 14-B, a story on expressed hope that one potential Fred Karl of Daytona who took his campaign as "the With little to gain and everything LBJ UnawareOf
across
canal Rep.
Soviet ,
Alaska (AP- upcoming Wisconsin primary election on ---.IS, andpictures cause of East-West friction,, Beach, criticized the license tag only Independent, practicing businessman master to lose,In the the Communist party High Speed
the In this campaign" to long
When the March 27 earthquakehit the Wichita Falls tornado on overflights of East Germany by hike and also said he would, U i can expect
and a story on Dunedin, Clearwater, St. Petersburg camp, apparently
city has been .
Dick Taylor U.S. military planes,
Anchorage, \ the announcement of Winthrop elected, name a tax reorganization and Tampa before support from all the European WASHINGTON (APPresi
building construction engineer 10-A. On 5-A you'tfind eliminated. committee to study and said Communist parties except Al- dent Johnson said Saturday M
for the east coast,
called for volunteers to help Rockefeller, Nelson's brother, in the Arkansas governor'srace Cites Error. completely revise the state' tax he heading fought the license tag Increase bania. Diplomats here teem is unaware he has ever driven

handle emergency work. and on 9-A the report of a crash which killed an itructure. largely agreed on that. above 70-mile an hour while act t
asked to Attributing such incidents I to
All volunteers were Mayor Robert King High of as his own chauffeur
tickets so they Auburndale man.Amaseme7ts' faulty instrument or crew error two radio "But it had nine lives," he Hungary Speak ing
turn In time { Miami, following up He also said that he Intends to
he said, "I have issued instructions In Tam- I said, "and with the strong arm has -
could be paid.Patricia broadcast Spanish over So far only Hungary spoken from time to'time
T. Mayo, who worked i ....... 1MJ Dear Abby .-....... IMC calculated to avoid pa radio stations and a visit to of the governor' office, the tax out, with a long denunciation keep. on driving
on the disaster control desK, ........... 4-ABridge any such errors in the future a Little League park, discussed bill went through." He aid the of the Chinese for challen reminded Johnson
It was .................. that are humanly possible I to had placed the automobile A newsman
turned hers in yesterday. f" Horoscope "........ 12-B taxes In general rather than a legislature Soviet leadership, It was widely of stories that the President had

not filled out. On It was written Citrus ........... ...... Sport ... .......... 1-S-DClasslfsed. avoid." ingle tax in his rally appearance and truck In the luxury that spread in the Budapest press driven at speeds of perhaps up ,
I do not Asked to assess the ideological class. Kelly charged
: '7hexpect Is my city. .......... .9Stocke-Finance 6.7-D and item florid a'.I while Khrushchev was there on to 90 miles an hour in a TO-mQc .
: battle between Moscow
for helping the increase penalized the
to be paid High said also that he favors a visit to help commemorate .
hour while spending the
bring It back to life" Crossword Puzzle 11-C 'Women .... .... 1.10-C Peking, Johnson said the Soviet. minimum wage of $1.25 In retired citizens, "the greatest 19th anniversary of the \liber. an Easter holidays zone on his Texas I

Taylor said she would get her ..... .... 8-A Weather Map. 6-A Union and Communist ChinTurn Florid. "People are working economic asset in Florida today ranch
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J-A LAKELAND: LEDGER U.N. Troops
Sunday, April 11. 1"4
- SHOP MONDAY AND FRIDAY TIL 9 P.M., LAKELAND1I1uh14

Bible College a Help StopCyprus


Slates AnnualConvocation C ClashNICOSIA


Cyprus (AP) -
U.N. troops Intervened actively
The South-Eastern Jubilee, an yesterday to break up a fight
annual promotional convocation, between Greek and Turkish
\ will be conducted on the cam fir a Cypriote and scored a partial
pus of South.Eastern Bible Col success !in this first field test of

.t*' ,i ...." .,. :' leg, 1000 Longfellow Blvd. beginning 3tJrldifiR their peacekeeping role.A .
"" . 0 .' U.N. spokesman announcedthe
and
Tuesday continuIng
\ ( blue-bereted troop blockeda
through Thunday. road bridge northwest of
The Rev. William E. Klnchke. w Nicosia with an armored car

't" nationally known convention :? and thus stopped Greek Cypriot
: armored that were advancing
> h cars
of Fort Worth
speaker, Texas
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on the Turkish village
); ,... : ) will be the featured speaker for of Kokklna.

\ the three-day assembly R A Cyprus government spokes-

The Board of Administration man said one Greek cypriot had
of the college will meet tomor- been killed and four wounded In

row night at 7:30 o'clock and the an hour.long gun battle.
He said he had no information
Maas Brothers" Camera Fair! annual meeting of the board of E on Turkish casualties.
director will be held on Tues
day morning beginning at 10 Turks Started It

o'clock.. ; The spokesman said the fight

Highlights of the Jubilee this .. started when Turks from Kok.
..
0- _d ; """""
Your trip to the World's Fair can be complete with pictures you take yourself! Buy year Include of the the Alumni Homecomingservice Association shepherds kina fired from on the Greek neighboring Cypriot

now and save at these special low prices. . take it along' this vacation! and a special seminar of theWoman's KATHLEEN WINNIP.S-Tmimy Dlckl......, ion *l M,. end village of Pahy Amos.
Missionary Council A mixed patrol of officers
Mrs. I. C. Dlcklnien' wen the Kethleen ArM .,.m... he*, with
the auxiliary of the Assembliesof from the United Nations force
God. Krhy PMIHHIII, ....ht.r el Mr. end Mn. Cherie Feunteln, **rwIn each from the Greek
the ,."...,-., p.siti, ... Seth ire eljhth-irede, ....."h .t and one
President Carl E. Callihan an- and Turkish army contingentsbased
Ktriileon Junler' Scheel
: High
nounced that services will be on Cyprus were rushed
held each day at 10:30: a.m. and to the trouble spot to mediate.
7:30 p.m. These services will The nation's last remaining Admiral Aids Fighting was reported con-
be held in the Lake Bonny Tab- crocodiles are found In the tinuing In the area at nightfall,
f ernacle and the public Is invlt Everglades National Park in although the Greek Cypriots
ed. i Rescue Of PilotIn claimed they were observing a
f' _Florida ____. ___ __ _i iI iI ceasefire.The .
I Plane Crash action marked resumption .
I of a four-hour battle yes
a&t I terday which extended across a
iIqk1 I TAMPA (AP-A downed Mac string of Coastal villages between
Dill Air Force base pilot who Morphou and Khrysokhoubays
f I'ejected from hit crippled FM Jt from 60 to 70 miles north
fighter has a Coast Guard rear west of Nicosia
I admiral to thank for his quick A Turkish Cypriot was lulled
rescue. and two Turks and two Greeks
I| Capt. Gordon R. Kartrude of were wounded yesterday. A
(Tampa was forced to para. British.manned patrol of the
chute from his plane 35 miles UN force which moved In to
northeast of here Friday duringa pick up one of the wounded
IMPERIAL ROOMMONDAY test flight. Turks was fired on, but sufferedno
IE n f s r First word of the accident was casualties.
flashed at 3:25: p.m. and a Coast Swede. Arrive
Guard amphibian which had Just
f Bell & Howell NITE MENU taken off from St. Petersburg The vanguard of a Swedish
e for Miami was diverted to makea battalion-:30! officers and men
search. -arrived aboard a U.S. Air
zoomatic ArrlTIZIRS I A passenger aboard the plane Force transport to Join the U.N.

Chilled Fruit Jvl<* .15 Gulf Shrimp Cocktail .75 was rear admiral I. J. Stephens. force which went into operationnine
8mm movie commander of the Seventh Coast days ago. The transport'sflight
ISd ,1 Chicken Soup Supreme Cup .20 Guard district with headquarters was the first active Involvement j
J6 hg 1 at Miami. of the United States
< : camera I so.., Prim Rib el 1..1, *u lui, l.kd Ideli Petite, I The In Cyprus operations of the)
amphibian i pot t e d the
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I."or.Aep.ragwe, Tested Green Salad' . ..2.15
I downed pilot at 3:48: p.m. and United Nations
I Reett Lent .litnd. Duckllnf, lifer1, Center1, Dron.I directed a Coast I Guard helicopter Arriving by sea were 289
formerly 1 189.50 I leg, std, ldh Potato, Green. Infer ,..i, to the Bite kartrude was Turkish soldiers They were
I Ceneeel1 'wIt Sold . . . . . . . .'. . . . . 1.60 picked up at 3:51: p.m. and returned -replacements for a like num-
sale I to MacDill where he was ber of troops assigned to ret
99.09 trail1 Filet .J S.. Trout, lemon Ivtter, liked Idaho
,....., lace II.,.. Tomatoes, Creamy Col. Slew . . . 1)5 reported In good condition. turn to Turkey after completingtours
i Stephens order men In- of duty with the Turkish

Automatic electric eye ... PLUS, automatic Late LM *f Umh Mint Jelly, tiki Ideh Potete, volved in the search and rescue battalion based on Cyprus under
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j
Archbishop Makarios wants to
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E Apple Pie .25 Chocolate Mocha Coke' .20
The Unlted'Stites continuedto police trained rifles and machine
r
I Pumpkin, Pie with Whipped .25
Topping
be the worlds largest con- guns on the Turkish liner
+ )(f
+ of Basharan when it in at
sumer nickel in 1963, using put
'B'eh & Howell IIVIKAGESrrnhfy an estimated 210,000.000 pounds. Famagusta with the replacements
Second largest But there was no shooting
irewed CeHoe .10 Iced *r Hot Tw .10 consumers were
.; 8mm zoom camera! Pcttum .r Sink..15 the European Common Market The Turks came ashore
,. nations, with 98000000 poundsduring unarmed. The debarkation, supervised -
I. the year by seven members of
t" compare ot 9995 _'the U.N. force, was smooth and
speedy

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i s I ''I Protest Vote


Against LBJ

Bell & Howell

: WASHINGTON (AP) Sen.
8mm turret camera William Proxmire D-Wle., predicted
Saturday night many Re-
k 1 publicans will strike at President
formerly 69.50 Johnson by voting for Ala-

I bama Gay George C. Wallacein
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a < mal to wide angle to telephoto easily! l that Wallace, a segregationist
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) from "a gross misunderstanding
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CongratulationsTo '
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p : sale! 59.99 race Wallace Is opposing Wisconsin .
Gov. John W Reynolds,
running as a favorite-son candidate
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I I II conservative-Inclined votersto
I the polls" than usual.
j i "But the real advantage Wallace -
Is counting on Is that 88 percent
Mansfield Eye-tronic We join all of Polk Countyin of the Wisconsin voters are
whit," Proxmire said. "He Is
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'Somebody's Stealing My Thunder Here Is Outlook

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L LEDGER EDITORIALS 1 For Civil RightsIn



Senate Battle


I The Surprising Scott Kelly rV\\ By MMES RESTON ..

@ 'rfa tjork! Elms.

Scott Kelly Is a man of surprises. grams," the professor told us. "He is this WASHINGTON country is faced- Whenever with a bJ sAs

Only a few weeks ago, the Polk Coun not a minor figure in Florida politics." fundamental national issue,

ty senator wasn't given a chance to That, of course, is what Florida is the two political parties usually

win the Democratic nomination for finding out as the campaign unfolds. put aside partisan considerations

governor. The professionals wrote him Win or lose in May, Scott Kelly is now and defend the general

off by saying, "Oh, Scott's all right, established as a major contender, and This welfare.is what happened In the

but-" And then they'd go on to say from this time in, the other candidates presidential election of 1944 i

that ((1)) he isn't well enough known will take him lightly at their own when the two parties cooperated

statewide; and ((2) he couldn't possibly peril. to keep the formation of
the United Nations out of the
raise enough to conduct a ma-
money
campaign, and this is what is
jor campaign.Well THE LEDGER BELIEVES Scott happening again to assure a
anybody who reads the paper Kelly has earned and deserves a chanceto nonpartisan approach to the

knows the "pros" were wrong. Hun- serve as Florida's governor. We are Civil rights bill.

dreds of Floridians are contributing, persuaded he would make a good and Both parties worked together bill-
on the drafting of the
and the Lakeland businessman finds effective governor, and In commending now before the Senate. WhenIt

himself! better known to the electorate him to our readers, we would like came before the House, 59 --

every day to tell a few reasons why we believe per cent of the Democrats and
In him. 78 per cent of the Republicansvoted JAMES RESTON
in favor of It. And
BUT THERE'S a second surprise for 1. Scott Kelly is an able business- though emotions are rising in

any voter with a mind open enough to man-the only one in a' field of attorneys sl .aI this year's election over many confines of Capitol Hill. Start

and professional politicians. He foreign and domestic ques ing on April 29,. most of the
tions, the civil fights Issue has
has the respect and admiration of Florida's been admirably free of parti churches: at least In the north

business community san debate will begin daily'services of
2. Scott Kelly is a fighter for right- Rep Charles Halleck of Indiana prayer for passage of the bill.

eous causes. He led the Senate battle S= the Republican leaderin These will center here at the
w the House, has approachedthe
for a fair apportionment, and in 1962 of Lutheran Church of the Refor
issue as a question conscience
asked (and got) a special session to So has Sen. Everett manors behind the capitol, and
take up the problem. He led.an investigation !- McKinley Dirksen of Illinois already the galleries are being
the GOP. leader in the Senate filled each day by young men
of the State Road Departmentin
1961 which turned up the engineer though he differs on some and and women universities from of the the churches nation
Voice of f the aspects of the bill
"payola" scandal and then insisted on F People In the end, the temper of the

laws to insure\ "a dollar's worth of SIMILARLY, three of the country is likely to decide the
Republican presidential prospects Issue. The partisan support.
roads for each tax dollar spent.
ero -S, This Is The have supported the bill ers of the bill do not yet have
Ledger's
3. Scott Kelly believes in educa Opinion Page governors Rockefeller of the votes to end a filibusterand
tion. He co-introduced the 1963 bill bring the question to a
New Scranton of Pennsylvania
York
This 4itorll p.|. .H.rt the 11_'''''''' _. epinlmi a. ..."." .l currant I Ut.nnt In tt... decision. The present calcula-
t giving teachers professional status, and .4iteMI l .. ...... It ..Ic.m.( the (pinion .i '"/.." I I.. the V.Ic..5 the N.,1.l Celu..... Ltttwt mutt and Romney of Michigan .
another bill providing pay raises for b. iif m4 tot t.., the .,it,,'. .....''rm, but m.m.t will b. withheld HM '114I11.". A letter ik...M not -and three others-Govs of .
Hatfield of Chaffee
teachers. .KMd 250 ......, end .. ...... 'II.... Oregon, i
"ry a* Th. Lt4r r..srv.. the right to "Itct j any ...... .. Rhode Island and Reed of y }
4. Scott Kelly is non-sectional lie .h....n N. 0.1..5. e.1uu.i.t..d l 1 .rii.r nrribiirr* .,,.., lMwkr a Ibis t.f.. Maine-have sent messages of ffFifiiA

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has the of n v
long recognized emergence support to the pro-civil rights
the cities, and proposed (so far unsuc- Republican leaders in the Sen
DisappointedIn Invites ReadingOf Protecting RightsOf ate tlon Is that perhaps four senators -
cessfully) the creation of a new cab!
This should be noted now, will not be present for the
net post of Department of Municipal EditorialEDITOR for while the debate Is slow, vote so that a total of 64 votes
Affairs. Yet he is respected by fellow Rights Bill MinoritiesEDITOR orderly and even good-tempered will be necessary to end the
legislators and civic leaders of the for the time being In the debate. The administration
SENATOR SCOTT KELLY : Having been born EDITOR: A well-known national : In your editorialsand Senate, hard and even bitter thinks it now has 60 votes
rural areas of Florida too.
and raised In Lakeland. I still commentator announcedthat the letters from readers days lie ahead. This is the 20th
take a great deal of Interest President Johnson asked day of debate In the Senate. MUCH THEREFORE will
examine the legislative and public NOR SHOULD we.fail to recognize In what goes on In the "old concerning reapportionmentthe Prior to that there were 70 depend on the public opinionof
service record of Senator Kelly. That Scott Kelly's youth, health, and vigor. home town" and naturally, the Southern Baptist Conference chief point of contention days of public hearings, 275 states whose senators are
record reveals Kelly's alliance with He is a man of seemingly boundless I still read The Ledger whenever to urge its people to ask seems to be the rural people's witnesses and 5,792 pages of wavering and this in turn will
the opportunity arises.I congressmen to vote for the fear of losing some of their printed testimony In the be greatly influenced by the
most of Florida's progressive and enlightened energy, and a proven desire to serve was frankly quite surprised civil rights bill. This bill actually rights. The farmer's plight House, but the phase of leisurely attitude of the newspapers and
legislation since he became Florida to the limit of his Theseare to see the editorial
Ii' ability. TAKES persuasion is coming to churches, particularly In the
AWAY the Nineteenth
our civil through cen-
f senator in 1958 at the age of 28. And qualities not easy to come by in an (March :23)! ) labeled "A Civil an end and the phase of attrition midwest where there are still
rights and until the
Wrongs Smoke Screen. You gives alarming powers tury up depression
I conversely: the record shows him office-seeker-Integrity ability and physical exhaustion a few uncommitted members.
youth
attempt to discredit the per'Ions to our government in certainly justifies it. wllf begin.
squarely against the bulk of the bad and a real wish to serve. When the primary who oppose the Civil Washington Every citizen If some groups have more .ISen.i Mike soon Mansfield of Montana be. Senator the decisive Dirksen figure could In easily this

legislation which. found itself in the. votes are counted, they may add Rights bill by casting reflections should read this entire bill.ALARMED. representatives than others, , the Democratic: leader, coming critical period. He has
on one or two individuals
}J Senate hopper. up to still another surprise in the career Further, minimizethe privileged groups will arise. said yesterday the debate Immense Influence in Ms party
Al short while ago, we t talked with a of the surprising Senator Scott fact that you If. the Civil This will tend to break down might go on through the sum .like Sen. Arthur Vanden-
I college professor who, to satisfy himself Kelly. The Ledger is proud to endorseone Rights bill is passed In Its the principles: of democratic mer and It.into the fall but don'tbet berg of Michigan in the for
on Mansfield Is
Asks Action Of a more eign affairs debate of that other
,, had made a detailed comparison of its own, not just as a "favoriteson present form that big govern. government. patient man than either President election campaign of 1944,
ment will become far
of the five Democratic hopefuls. "I was ," but as a candidate who could and force than 1t Is a now, as greater far Another fact which seems to Johnson or the Democratic he has the power if he has
astonished by the quality of Kelly's would serve all Florida with "honor as free enterprise is concern School OfficeEDITOR be ignored is that the rights whip, Sen. Hubert Hum the will, to carry just enough
leadership and the success of his pro- and ability. of minorities can be best pro phrey and the President is already members with him to assurea
ed.May I suggest that you, : We, as parents tected by including them in beginning to ask "When vote and once this is done
read the bill a little more are in complete agreement are you going to roll the cots the bill will certainly pass
t carefully in the future and with "Victim" whose letter appeared a Constitution, where they into the Senate?" The Illinois leader Is troubled -
also the enclosed editorial of in The Ledger (April cannot be changed or destroyed about giving the attorney
i a well Informed editor of the 1. The letter writer was try by a simple majorityvote THE THING will begin to general power to sue for Injunctions .
Fun (And Dogs) In The SunNews Fort Lauderdale News; and I ing to bring to the attentionof of some hasty and unwise get rough next week when against anyone refusing -
can assure you he Is not from the people the thieverythat legislature. Sen. John McClellan of Arkansas to make public accom-
Mississippi, nor Is he lobbying Is being tolerated by Is scheduled to try to modations available to Negroes
( item St. for any personal ga.n.: heads of the schools We In Reapportionment should I demonstrate that President It Is understood that he
: Augustine police Yankees when their boats
rounded the
I give everyone an equal voice. Johnson himself has
am somewhat disappoint Mulberry are also fed up with been wants the bill to Include a pe
quell civil rights demonstrations with lip of the inlet in 1863 and how we ed in your lack of depth in the situation being ignored.Is The Constitution must protect against this kind of legislation riod of a year for voluntary

use of dogs) chopped down our flag poles so no this matter and trust that you the county school office the rights of minorities In the past and by this time compliance before the.,attorney
Union stars and stripes would fly from will use unemotional judg asleep? Why don't they wake and Individuals. This is the next month it is generally expected general may act.
Come to our city, you seekers of fun our proud ment in your future editorials.C. up to what is going on and put best way to perpetuate a just that the round-lhe-clock: For the time being the ad.

and sun. We have beaches and wax ramparts L. NEWOME a stop to this? and democratic government.F. sessions will begin. ministration Is opposed to this,
Meanwhile the battle lines but in the end It
museums and scenic drives and oldest (And hear the snarl of our dogs) (Miami) SEVERAL VICTIMSIan's C. D. are being drawn beyond the critical negotiable is likely point.to bea

schoolhouses and the Fountain of

Youth. See the mighty fort, where Span

ish defenders bled, and where betrayed While The I IIna
(And dogs.) Osceola brooded in stoic Indian silence Dust Is Settling In Brazil.

before he was shipped north to die in

Glory in our ,sand and surf and sun an alien land.
By ARTHUR KROCK record demonstratedthat and potential effects of this
port (which is
and frolic with our belles, and marvelat ) indispensable serted And, though a handful
jN'itu fork Jinu* his actual goal was the menace were described as and the army as a whole
our churches, stroll our narrow (And see our dogs.) WASHINGTON- The news entrenchment of power for seen by a highly-qualified the great protector remains of- of admirals and generalswere
streets, toss coins into our fountainsand from Brazil of President Gou- himself and for allies chosen American on-the-spot observerof legality and democracy in echelons pro-Goulart the officer
lart's overthrow and flight from time to time as expedi affairs in Brazil Brazil. below sustained their
-"Recent Another
olden
see our armor and weaponsand To the east of us men gather in the hopeful circumstance repute as devoted, guardiansof
has been
received in Washington ency might prescribe To this defeats of leftist-communist is that
tapestries and snuff boxes. nets for fish and to the west of us men with quiet satisfaction.If pursuit the president subordinated nominees in local elections," the country's enormous, due size to, legal. and democratic processes .

ply the earth for potatoes and to the the stabtliz- the task of checking he was quoted as saying "'en. any concentrated movement,
(And our dogs.) south of us men thrust rockets at the effects of ruinous inflation and defaulted courage the belief that a candidate either right or left, is most ernment Thereby constitutionalgov; I n
was preserved
these events on the assistance dedicated
agreements to political difficult to organize."
Brazil
moon. National
on orderly with the United States stability would be chosen because the
Clip-clop around our public squarein govern that were subject to institution president in 1965 if the election EVENTS HAVE SHOWN the Charter prescribes that congress
the horse drawn surrey and listento (But only we have dogs.) ment are to of the real reforms on is held as scheduled" accuracy of this estimate takes over when a preyident this
the darkle spiel and see where thecannot b e preservedand which depend national soW But. he continued: The army was the principal instance vacates his post-In from the
ball 'embedded strengthened ency, and the equable distribution '"The fear that it won't be agent In the by fleeing
and the slaves protection of legality
from

Bring dollars and seat of office and then
your bright
your the accent among all the Brazilian arises from Indications thata and
were sold and the Spanish prayed. hopes for pleasure and we will show here people of the responsibilities nationalist-(high) officer was implicit in democracy the overthrowof that the the country. Consequently relievedof ,

you good will and full measure and should continueto t and rewards of capital and combination will try to push Goulart But the.navy rose the United States recognitionthat Is
(And our dogs.) the treasures of this life be on the labor.GOULART'S. Goulart Into an assumption of up against the president release is problem created when of a eonstl-
adjective"quiet") absolute power during 1964 of 1,425 sailors
who had
KROCK tutlonal is overthrown
For OVERTHROW that this combination will exercise been arrested for government
Hear how we rebelled against the (And our dogs.) gloating by Washington over affords another opportunityfor Thus far however he in which communist a and mutiny neo- by an unconstitutionalone allied
the collapse of Goulart'a effort the economic and social does not have the army sup- communist: doctrines were as- especially in an
to establish a neo-com- stabilization of Brazil. The nation
munist regime In Brazil, and attitude of the Johnson administration
to prolong It by removing the appears to be the
LAKELAND LEDGER constitutional ban against con wise one of letting the dust Potomac FeverBy I
secutive presidental succession of the peaceful constitutional
would stimulate the natural revolution settle, and leavingto

.*.."'. (."T) COWI.lt Ml. impulse of Latin-American the new regime the Initiative
Talk htlr.Ma| JOHN M .(U.ON, VIM peoples to resent any for resumipg the coop- FLETCIIER KNEBEL
Imperial county .' u"v..1bn PrM.Mntl CLIVI IMMITT HAMM rtTf.Jr I J KM..,. implication of yielding to eration offered by the United' Latin revolt bulletin: The State Department is puzzled as to who's winning .
World's Citrus Center ,;- '" .Aw"b<...t.tint Id, 'ten OirMton IOI CHORUS POWILL. United States pressures And States on the sound conditions 'in Brazil. Nobody has showed up yet to claim our money.
HUNT "?< ton .,ICH0. Ki... the anticommunist liberalsof which Goulart acceptedand *
u isw:" ..::,,:: M..qw- ,""y Brazil would be alienatedby then disregarded. The Businessmen say the economy is soaring. Democrats claim LBJ stands for
an official Washington Interpretation seemingly democratic char Lyndon Boom Johnson

The LEDGER'S telephone: All D.partments-68G.1151 that the "right" government *
dispossessed the left" In the Republican insiders say the nominee will be Gov. Scranton
of Pennsylvania..
almost bloodless revolution. tionists have installed and '
He i even been endorsed by Eisenhower-and no other
suiscitirriON RAW governor between New
"4HOME What really happened was the prospect that its successor York and Ohio can make that claim
PIUVUYt the failure of a bid for power will be of like character have *
contrary to a fundamental led Washington to the i
0.. T..' . . . .. .. $21.40 On. m.lIth .. .. .... $ 1.JJ principle of the Brazilian ful assumption that this hope-initiative The Pentagon joins the LBJ economy crusade by turning off lights at

SU .*..th. . . ... . $11.70 Wt.k . . . . . . $ ..4JTkN constitution In which Goulart will be forthcoming on night. One thing's sure. No nation can challenge us as the world's. No. 1 candle

.,.....th. $ 5.15 On* ys.r, ky ...il . . $2<.00 ought and received the aid acceptable terms If this shall power. ,
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of Cuban and Russian communists be confirmed by developments -
and fellowtravelers.The the gathering menaceto Scientists urge atomic power to turn sea water into fresh water. A more
Published afternoons and on Saturday and Sunday morning by bid was made In the the freedom and security troublesome immediate problem, say Republicans, is what to do about hot and
name of "reforms" that ill of the hemisphere In Its largest 'cold running Goldwater.
Lakeland Newspaper Corp., Lakeland, Florida 33802 agree are essential to the full territorial nation, will *

release of the energies and have been dispelled. Educators contend American colleges don't teach enough about Asia, Africa
-n> vast resources of the dynamic In this space under date and Latin America. Whereas foreign students learn all about America in fresb-
Brazilian people But Gou- of Feb. 10, 1964 the nature man English-and sophomore embassy-stoning.

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I Republican Winthrop Rockefeller SeekingTo A 'As"J )'J TOMORROWlGIRfEA OPEN 'til 9 P.M.



Unseat Faubus As Governor Of Arkansas -AL w -


LITTLE 'lf <<52NDAN I\VIE IRSAIRY
Republican ROCK Ark. (AP) -.. paign this summer since two Rockefeller moved here In were reopened In 1958 under a Ito remain as head of the A1DC,

.Winthrop. Rockefellernnounced minor candidates have filed for 1953 to "find a new life." He gradual integration plan which.however because Ms eastern "'- ....41
n a candidate
for the Democratic
governor today with a stinging: first primary will primary.be July The 28 quickly eradicated his Image asa now has 123 Negroes attending'Iconnection. ,were invaluable to
attack on the entrenched Democratic If no candidate gets a majorityof New York playboy and became predominantly white schools I the agency """"' slad''" .....a0.M lartlssl .nsOw

heiracy In Arkansas. the vote he will face a runoff a civic and cultural lead Rockefeller and Faubus were

Rockefeller, brother of New, Aug 10. I er. never close. -The breach be PRECIOUS BUT PRACTICALFor

York Cov. Nelson Rockefeller, Faubus has been predicting Integration Brought Fame tween' them has widened steadily centuries, a favorite use
aid !In a news conference that for months that Rockefeller since the integration crisis for the metals
Faubus, a former highway director precious platinumand
he decided to enter the race be. would and he '' when Rockefeller mildly '
run was
? said the former
Gov. Francis
upset has been in five
palladium
cause he believes In good New Yorker critical of Faubus' 'actions. i'iY
government will be a formidable '
in the 1954 Democratic
Cherry
and In response to tre, opponent. primary and he has dominatedthe It became permanent in 1961: jewelry and the decorative arts. it
mendous encouragement. when Rockefeller became Re Today, their major use Is in
The 'I Can Beat 111m'"I political picture since. I
announcement was expected I publican national committeeman industry, where their application
It was the culminationof can beat him but no other He became an International.! and aggressively began to build In the electrical, chemicaland 1 1.i
a four-year Republican/' pushto Democrat can," the governorhas figure In 1957 when he used National the party. j I petroleum industries far .
get hln to run. saidThe Guard troops to block in' Faubus_ permitted Rockefeller,outweighs their decorative use. ,
tegration of Central High Schoolin
real -
that
tip Rockefeller rif
Faubus Likely Opponent Little Rock. President Els
would run came a week ago 'r'I I
His mosf likely 'opponent Is when he announced his resignation enhower enforced Integration'
the man whom he (ttiAcked but from the Arkansas Industrial with federal soldiers Inner
not by name, Gov.'Orval' E Development Commission A year later, after polling 70 ( 1
Faubus, a live-terJn Democrat the lndustry-hunting agencyto per cent of the Democratic primary Ear Is '
"Arkansans ha''e taken for which Faubus named him in vote in his third term bid ',.'J fr
granted for more than 100 yean 1955. Faubus closed Little Rock '

that we would forever be subjected Republicans believe the pres schools against Integration ,
to the rule of a one.party tige Rockefeller gained as Federal courts invalidated his ,, i
government" Rockefeller said, chairman of this agency, which school closing law. Schools a p , / tw
"Recently after having experienced helped bring 90,000 factory jobs ----- -- /Y *, 'j ,
10 years'- one.tenth< to the state in 10 years, coupled Cempltte i' ii,
tv '
ry/
of a century under the administration with Rockefeller's personal INSURANCE II .s i r
oflne man, the wealth and fame, will give them SERVICk
people are no longer sure that a winner. I
this Is the best Lanier Upihaw, /
way of life. The two men came to prom I
"They are concerned about Int. SS
inence in Arkansas about the
the meaning of a sixth term same time. i I tot i. T...... "... rh. .M.amA I If you can hear but do not understand, the
about the Implied power and its DISCRIMINATOR* earmold by Sonotone could be

potentially corrupting effects < ..vartiMm.itt) the answer to your problem. Worn with any hearing

Yes, they even have fear con aid, the DISCRIMINATOR may increase the clarityof .,. 'jfl4, k
FAT GIRLS DIETauarantaa .1
cerning their very rights as free sounds and speech. "

citizens." Th. f.lI.wi... IN/e1. Neeheeweri a aN elf fol sere, 'e yeu I. elelnwrUNr Clinical tests prove that a common nerve z ,,, ,,; 11 4t, ,
et, eeNN NKNI. 1N... {l..leM la.. ell..laer. II. "MeneY eeYl, loss needs extra hearing help to separate "Pow" soundsfrom"high" ?
No Primary Foe Expected Y.u " "' a RUTH rr/1Nlee. 0001 ._,.,,,,, ONt N1/0. ONeIuM1 sounds.The Sonotone DISCRIMINATORmay ,
III. riuM a'de aoeN mUM area Haneiinf.
Rockefeller said 'he is not _aaeial DM, Iff '.1 .......ch..Thi.. Waitlllnaa, It Warkl.Huh help solve this problem.A > 4
ready to discuss the campaign rosin Ont L. Wom.fl reel If-Ma*!* wantNet +
few minutes at office will show the dis-
issues. "I don't expect the -Racial Ont far fat HIM A Thiaht "ilma Haw wenRfweet our you
campaign to start until August," Cravari Dial Tht faitatt maat clMunl .f all. tinct advantages of the DISCRIMINATOR earmold. ,.
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e Belgium Officials Call ; ", I'n, < ',J'Jt: 1lt. >_:'<: _...!A'' } ".. .


i [ Kynes{ Fairclblh Trade Jabs I For Drafting Of Doctors i WJ;ea'fin'er-....,: : jlH1\\il! <' - O' E.rt-i- :\f".J.f.' o.IQ, ;


BRUSSELS Belgium .(AP- tighten the government's hold __ VH'-" -_ . . '" -" ',
i Over, Construction Bid Award Socialist mayors of the Liege on medical affairs and cut "v >,_ "
and Charlercl areas called today medical fees. And Around The Nation tel
I A spokesman announced med In Florida gr
criticize me Bear Construction Company of for conscription of Belgium's ical associations of three neigh Temperatures. 29 Louisville ........... 84 jo
EarlFairclotfSaturdaycharged than to . 49
TAMrA' APfRl'p. to run on .
I ( force ...... atm
doctors to
striking Baltimore .........
Tallahassee refused Milwaukee 33
as was duringa boring nations-France, WestGermany STATION H. L .. 79 6L 24
his for issuing a legal opinion ; ......
\ quick-call cabinet meeting them to resume practice.But and the Netherlands- Daytona Beach ..... 80 64 Birmingham ... 74 54 Mpls. St. Paul.... 44 19 In
Atty. Gen. part of my duties as attorneygeneral reliable close to ...... .........
political opponent sources Charleston .
I Friday have offered the strikers cash Ft. Lauderdale ..... M 72 60 M Montreal 26 17
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James Kynes.;. with favoring a then he has a weak He quoted Doug Cooksey the Socialist party which shares and lodgings during the emerg Fort Myers ........ 86 61 Chattanooga ...... 36 28 New Orleans ........ 82 63 poI I
p friend of Gov. Farris' Bryant foundation on which to run and president of Bear Construction, power with the Social Christiansin ency. Gainesville ......... 83 62 Chicago ........".."..'. 45 2S Philadelphia ........ 48 Ji Ic
w over the low bidder' for a contract he is doomed to failure on that Kynes killed his bid In Premier Theo Lefevre's coa- Socialist and other trade unionworkers Jacksonville ........ 78 63 Cincinnati............ 32 25 Pittsburgh .......... 41 21 qasc\
< th'e Florida May J," said Kynes. favor of Jack Culpepper a sup lition government said it op. demonstrated In several Key West ........... 82 74 Cleveland ... 32 22 Richmond .......... 49 jj
; to enlarge of Records show cities against the strike, which 64 Denver ..... "" Louis ...........
] 1l stad. portrr Bryant. posed such a move. LAKELAND ........ 81 ...... 37 24 St. 41 aa
i State University foot ; Low Bid Said Dodged that Culpepper contributed $450 The precedent could backfireon has crowded hospitals and limit Miami .............. 82 72 Des Moines ..... 35 20 Sail! Antonio ..... 54 guy ""
told Democraticrally and his son $200 to Bryant's ed outside service largely to 66 Detroit ....... "" .....,.. 79
lum.Kynes the1 same Faircloth a the workers and public Orlando ........ .... 84 ...... 7g 67 San 68
at ..
appearing Ford, in 1960 campaign Faircloth said. centers set up by the strikers .. .. 6S Houston .... ....... 63 PCP
rally, replied that the at Alderman's servants, who are the Socialist Pensacola ..... 73 ........ 45 28 San 51 1
L political was "extremely absurd." southeastern HillsboroughCounty "This Is Just another shining party's mainstay in the future themselves to handle emergencycases. St. Petersburg ...... 82 66 Indianapolis ........ 41 36 San Francs Francisco .,.... 57 49 751I
i charge"If he doesn't have any move that the low bid of example of Bryant supporters if they chose to strike. Sarasota ............ 81 61 Kansas CityKnoxville ........ 54 SO San .....;.. 84 73
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---- -- being rewarded handsomely Doctors Strike police said the demonstrations Tallahassee......... 83 liS ........ 72 S3 Savancahj.! ,......,.. 7J 58
through rulings supplied conveniently were peaceful! Tampa ............. 84 67 Little Rock ..... 67 48 Washington;......... {2 M
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AIRWAY LUGGAGE by Mr. Kynes; said Fearing conniption, some of Socialist newspapers chargedthe W. Palm Beach .... 83 68 Los Angeles
Fl ... Lti I general and his benefactor :- left the country since the great: seven deaths. But the Interior I I
struck Wednesday ministry which surveyed
tor, governor obviously do majority
From Lee Angeles fo Paris not respect the maxim that law against revision in the national investigations of those deaths, ., oefstlranr! y,>I? 1jtl ijAti ,
1 that denied it.NuclearPdwered.
is above political consideration. -health insurance system
;/ this is the Luggage
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Jighfwaighf with fiberglass Kynes said Cooksey had

I r reinforced seamless con called him the Faircloth information and about offered the Sub Greenling Launched t

-. sfractior; for rugged use. stadium contract ''in recrimination \'
I. # against Jimmle Kynes" for GROTON, Coon. W The ened from its present 279 feet
attack submarine Its builders the Electric Boat
his legal opinion. nuclear-powered
F Division of General Dynamics
ANY ALL SIZE ATDISCOUNT I "Jack Culpepper I don't even Greenling was launched said there was nothing unusual L (H) .
know" Kynes said "I've never yesterday. Its first destination about,lengthening a submarine
seen the man." Is drydock at Quincy Mass, after launching.The .
He said Faircloth "has no where it will be lengthened 13
[iPRICESf1 record on which to run himself feet GVeenling -named for a
fish native to the North Pa- ,
and so he has decided he
Mrs. Henry C. Bruton christened ciflc-is" designed for antisubmarine
I :is going to run against Farris
in brief cere-
the craft a will yt
warfare. Its nose
Bryant.Bryant Unfortunately.is not running Governor mony. Her husband a retiredrear of be packed, with electronic gear It I'' t., t
I Iljo.I admiral, was skipper to detect enemy underwatercraft.
Weldon a the World War II submarine e1 .
.. Brooklyn Greenling that sank nearly 60,. Iwt.lrytE w 4.
N.Y., is one of the veteranson The launching comes almosta la .s e e +
of shipping f1eW
theNorth, Dakota gymnastic 000 tons enemy year after the. Thresher, a 7 I4'Ib Te4naw&w a
.. The Greenling slid down the sub of the 'same class disappeared ssaiete4p+iritptiett ilea ks4la.srdCeu.h Ierel Peredesi
OPEN MON. fir- FRI. N1TJE.... TILL 9 ways into the Thames River in the Atlantic with 129
.) between two other attack ships men aboard.The Navy ordered

under construction the Gato lengthening ,of three Thresher- :
lID due to be launched May 14, and Class attack submarine last December. 1t.1. will V* quite. gtntrol ever h. notion Sunday .xcept !III the Pacific tart southern fcHonri '
the Sturgeon the keel ot which. erect end the nmtkMit. It will mow III ht ii.rtk.m ,I.,..... The nortliMrt will hiv vermin wtithir" ,

was recently laid. The keel of the Henry L\ Stin- vwWI it'll be c\,oltr in Hit, north Pacific, north", platen and. north pl.I".. be towedto \
The Greenling will son a Polaris missile-firing nuclear ,
Quincy to be cut and length- laid today It
sub, was
: \.d. "n' 'do."' ZONE FORECASTSA
will be the 37th in an eventual
Polaris fleet of 41 submarines : Mostly cloudy through tonight A
with widely scattered ""e IM?.N a a ww
I w a
showers. High today 68 to 74.

. Girl Boy Win B. C: Partly cloudy and mild

State Science through today with a few wide

. ly scattered showers. High today
I : Fair Awards around 80, x WeotiercostLtkelanden/

"f s PA'h D: Partly cloudy t* occasionally w""A.r
jI t "? JACKSONVILLE (AP) A cloudy through today. Some eu.us
I .) Tallahassee boy and a Mel- scattered showers likely: High can expect nea\-\ a 1
, ;:. bourne girl were awarded grand today in the middle 70s. ly summer-like weather today E G

.; prizes in the state science fair E, F: Partly cloudy and mOd with fair skies, mild temperatures ........ ?
.. and talent search through today. A few widely and a chance of scattered) re
Jerl E. Brown of Melbourne scattered showers likely. High
showers. Readings into
"rp High School won In the biological today 80 to 85. Mostly south ranging '
: the lower or mid 80s are fore
exhibit -
division. Her
\ sciences easterly winds 10 to IS milesan
; Lr, v aro tlt ,, showed the role of enzymesIn ; hour. cast. H
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.. John development D. Winchester of Tallahassee -I G: Partly cloudy and mild Winds will blow from the
through today. A few widely southeast at 10 to 13 miles an
Leon High School won in
r RIVERSIDE AIR CUSHION the physical sciences division scattered showers. High today hour and humidity will be mode an e/
75 to 80. Easterly winds mostly
His exhibit was based on weather rate.
I 10 to 15 miles an hour.H. .
f GUARANTEED 18 MONTHS forecasting. '
will receive paid I: Partly cloudy and mild
They expense
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l/ trips to the national science fair through today High today 80 to Daytona Papers Planning

/ WARDS at Baltimore, where they will\ 85.J
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i nacre with high 80 to 85. $1.8 Million Expansion I
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"SERVICE
announced Saturday a $18 two stories. Production sections!,
: l million expansion program that city room to mail room, are on :

: I Added strength of 4-ply nylon cord to insure WITH ASMILE" will make It the largest all-off the top floor. Photographic and I
- set daily newspaper in the nation platemaking department will be
: ''T mile/ after mile of dependability and safety. designed around a single print

Hundreds of rood-grlpping edges for surer "The precipitate growth of the ing room which will serve photographers 'I'
r '' Daytona Beach market has cold type composing
starts, quicker stops-plus traction. forced us to take action to expand machines and platemakers and

= 'k r' 6.50X13 TUBELESS BLACKWAU, ddC __ our facilities." said pub process photographic proofs and

:.: J) ) Reg. 143010.88 CALL U* TODAY "We lisher decided Herbert M Davidson. velox prints. 'I
I to modernize as The site Is three
i, r Y Whitewalls $2 more MU 6-71U well as expand and offset building
.ft* ..cI.)* tot arf,...,..... with its Improved reproduction miles Daytona northwest Beach. Tipped of downtown Davidson t
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quality for black and-white and
We have "Service With A Smile." Office the newspapers' general ,
color will
give us a
2 DAYS ONLY newspaperthat manager said the area provides
P Supplies, Office Furniture, Layout Istl- times.will" stay ahead of the plenty of room for expan-

morn, Office Machine Repairs. Call To. sion and will eliminate circulatibn -
IiRIVERSIDE ST.107 NYLON $800,000 Cost Seen and newspring delivery
day for Prompt Deliveries or Machine problems.
GUARANTEED 27 MONTHS Davidson said the company's
Demonstrations and Repairs. It's All in a three newspapers' new structure

LIFETIME 6.00)(13 Name . would cost about $800,000. The 'PONY EXPRESS USED
8S Morning Journal has a circulation -! >-
KATMANDU Nep.l.AP
QUALITY 15 of M.B2.
TUBELESS the
K. T. JONES CO. INC. Evening News It's pony express time In Nepal
28,540
'i; 4 R1Vfiside GUARANTEE BLACKWALL Journal and the Sunday News-! The Himalayan kingdom is m.
40,785 1
Office KUchiMi, Equipment Supplies introducing mounted mail

If "" 4 4-SQUARE GUARANTEE 401 J.. FlorU. .... Davidson would be said used the new presses runners.
'! wwbtlwdUN-.ya. .._ TUBELESSILACKWAIL TUBELESS WHITEWALL L.It.lu4 cial products for commer
as well
I as newsQuipped -
t .........,01-_...__ Sin "g. Sale Pr Size .... Sole Pr papers and will' be to TREK: COMPLETE

) ::.t;.": .:' -=.. 6.00.13 21.25 U.88 600.13 25.25 18.88 $:30 A.M. TO 5:30 P.M. MONDAY THROUGH SATURDAY manufacture magazines, supplements MOSCOW (AP) A Joint So
r 2 Aawr q.d Irrid. 1:00 P.M. FRIDAY NITS and other products in full viet-French has completed
expedition
;; :::: :: 6.S0.13 23.30 11.88 6.S0.13 27.30 20.88 color. The
across
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= 700.13 24,03 IB.88 700.13 .28.0 21.88 ing $750,000:\ wiuVeaSbtoof
"ferries With A Smiler/ the antarctic to study glacial
3 : =q .. = 7.00.1 25,05 11'.88 1.CI 29.05 2t.8I I printing hour. 5,000 newspapers an' movements Tall reported Sat

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_ LAKELAND LEDGER. Sunday,April i. 1M4 7-A!III

I ,New Job -Corps Head Outlines Proaram's First Phases' First to Church-Then to Dinner

Sunday Specials
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Ohio tween the ages of 1J and 21 plans would place 40,000 draft the former Harvard University Asked whether the conservation -would be more complex be-I
ATHENS (AP) A "who 'wander Roast Turkey
hard core unemployment potential slums and In rural about In city I,rejects and school dropouts in associate dean said. training centers would be cause we expect to find that Ins'
areas without educational and patterned after those of the old
group described as "wcial dyn hope of escape." training programs How Men found ) some cases, the recruits will be With Dressing 87c
amite" will be the first and primary He outlined the* the first )'ear."We'd Alden Civilian Conservation Corps In unable to read and write," ho 2 V., .U.., Sells, l ttr,
said
first conservation the New
phase of training Deal Alden
target of the Jobs Corps the Jobs like to .boost that fig days replied TM, C.M.., c....,
in President Johnson' "war on would Corps million whi ure to 100,000 the second year," and educational-job training : added.At I J.II-0
cost J200 ,the centers would be set up "Well, let's put It this way. the outset Alden said he
poverty.Pro Vernon R.Aldan, energetIc -I'lion President's proposed $961-Ildl!- HOT NICKEL throughout the country to ac- We will gain from their experi would like to see 200 conservation : '/a POUND NEW YORK CLUB STEAK . 9Sc
Ohio University president'first poverty year. war budget for th I The< molten central core of commodate recruits for the pro ence. But our program will have centers and 20 for Job train
named to let up the corps described Legislation to the earth- estimated to contain gram more to offer. I r
finance the
the goal Saturday\ and now is program some ItWXXJ; million In both emphasized that the
said he believes the program houses of pending tons of nickel Sprface..oc. the use cf 1,904 employment would be divided Into three
Congress. of the versatile Selective program will not get Into social
"will strike at the very roots of Alden who currence metal agencies Service centers tress
poverty In America." rowed" Jobs will open a "bor- however is much more Alden laid he referred to some day In Washington Corps office Mon- and most cf) It Is produced from fare guidance facilities, schools, another physical fitness, "young dope addicts habitual 2(37 S. Flo.' Ave. 219 E. Main St.
750.000 American males be the White House, across from the world's largest nickel minesin and in other.ways," Alden. 43,and the third basic education."The juvenile delinquents, and absolute
said.tentative Canada I a Navy vetera".e-plained. ,I Job training centers misfits. I
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COME SEE THESE FANTASTIC BARGAINS-SAVINGS UP TO 75-ALL MERCHANDISE MUST BE SOLD :

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Dress Slacks 3.22RI Casuals 1.88VALUES Dresses 1.22 Saddle Pants"W

7,. PAIRDress TO 4,99Ladies' RSO. 1,91Blouses AST. PATTERNS RIG. t.19 O"VO
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Men's Slacks 2.44REGULARLY House Slippers 1.88VALUES Handbags 50% OFF Sole Socks PKG. 93

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Undershorts PKG 1.97LINGERIE Casuals 3.88 Denim Slacks 4.37 Sport Shirts y ,-..;IGIRLS' ,//

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Panties 33 t. SAVINGS TO 75 / Girls' Panties 'KQ. 67t. iREQ.

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a. 3.39Cotton 1.91Girls'
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2.91 DOZENGauze JTj
FASHIONED-RIG. 2.99
1 48 Diapers 1.Oooz..
Nylon Slips MUST m SOLDFURNITURE
SPRING REG. ,... f*
REGULARLY 59Anklets 'KG; 33
PKG 27' Slack Sets O>

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IT LBJ Sees Johnson NamesJ.Ho Vaugn


I Miners Vote To Remain 'Good Year'' ,\


Out On Wildcat Strike For Demos"are Ambassador To Panama .!'"I


( M.ASONTOWN. Pa. (AP) Miner were granted some ..
Angry coal miners ridl benefit fighting for support':' for removalof and Panama were on use surface .1'Ii '
I heaped fringe Improvements WASHINGTON (AP) President -open the Nay
the Communist in
cule Saturday on the new national and a $2a-day pay hike in the among partiesin Johnson named a new ambassador Communists from powerful quite unreleated except
soft coal contract then disputed contract Those unhappy other countries He laid the to Panama on Saturday -!positions into which they have the coincidence of timing. Deeper -

voted unanimously to continuea with the pact say they matter concerns them and, "I promised help to Brazil i infiltrated In Brazil. down they appeared to U.S.
do not see that there Is in the
anything have roots
to
authorities
wildcat strike. weren't Interested In getting
and declared with obvious satisfaction -
I can say that would contributeto [ U S. Concerned of social tensions
As part of the same vote. the more pay, but Instead wanted : "This has been-a"good same conditions
miners vowed to stay out of the fringe benefits similar to those it. week for this hemisphere.." Johnson stressed at his news and political Instability '. i
One reporter asked whetherthe conference that the which are common to so many !!
pit until United Mine Workers enjoyed by workers in other In- Thai Panamanian assignmentwent Saturday
actions of French President countries.In .
United States is much concerned other Latin-American
President W. A. (Tony) Boyle dustries. J
to the Latin-American director
_________ k with the "serious problem of Panama the
comes into the coal fields and " of the Peace Corps, Jack the case
discusses the dispute with rank.] 'l *" of this hemisphere lie simmering quarrel with the "
ShowdownSet Frpnf Pal" 'OM Hood Vaughn, 43, who has had'
and-file union members. considerable experience in for said the United States is doing United States, even after the Ii

High-level union officials had I I - eign aid work in Latin America everything it can to deal with passions of last January's

held out hope that the meeting With Charles de Gaulle are splittingthe and once served in Panama. these "ancient enemies of mankind bloody rioting had cooled, com
would have triggered a back-to- -disease and Illiteracy. bined with current political
Western alliance. Johnson said Vaughn would
work ending strikes go "We are encouraged by the campaigning to dominate' the
movement
,1
Red China "No' ," the chief executive responded to Panama "Just as soon as he ,*
of the
miners in Panama, affairs country.
that have' idled some 10,000 developments public
"I do not believe that can be confirmed by the Sen.
across the soft coal belt Johnson declared. "We are The campaign is moving towarda 't
the Western alliance is ate. The ambassadorial
post
being
from Pennsylvania to Illinois tion of the city from the Nazis. split. I think we have differ- has been vacant since last Au pleased that we have not only national election May 10. 'txiJ

But the opposite thing hap In the long statement of Soviet !- ences from time to time between gust. Johnson praised Vaughn II I been able to work out an Tensionsv Viewed( :
pened. party doctrine, made by Mikhail arrangement that is satisfactory
countries and between a man who knows personally authorities
Suslov, chief party ideological to both nations In every respect Washington a hope
Telegram ReadA and leaders. about as many Panamanians IS
spokesmen
spokesman, the Soviet party but we are glad that the transition -that the renewal of diplomaticties .Ii
But the President added that any U,S. citizen does.
with the indications
from
telegram Boyle was in Brazil has been consti together
read at the outset of the meeting "when the chips are down," the Obstacles Cleared tutional. While the problems are given by Johnson of sympathetic

Boyle praised the contract alliance will stand together and Johnson made the i ti immense there, we are preparedto interest In Panama's demandsfor
';Fn"t:1' : t announcement
defend
freedom
the miners "effectively revision of the canal treaty
calling It the best pact after informing the Panamanian join with our friends in the
-
ever had and urged the i wherever it Is challenged. government through an world in trying to help Brazil will contribute to an easing of

strikers to return to work. called for a world meeting! .,o exchange of notes between Secretary face up to them and meet tensions in the country

Then followed a number of Communist parties Jo try to restore NLRB GelsInjunction of State Dean Rusk and them." I Encouraged as they are by the

speeches from officers and un harmony In the Soviet Foreign Minister Galileo Solas. I Johnson was told that there disappearance of the Goulart regime -

ion members. All were critical camp. The speech was made The notes had been some indications of I U.S. officials ire waiting
reopening diplomatic
of the contract Speakers shout Feb 14 before the Central Com : ties, cleared the last obstacle possible moves toward relations'somewhat anxiously to see how

ed and shook their fists. I mittee in Moscow. It was fol ; , to the U away.SPanamanianagreement with Prime Minister Fidel Cas the next round goes in Brazil.

About 1,000 miners attended: owed by a concrete proposal L On PicketsCAPE concluded Friday to tro's Cuba after a speech made The administration of Paschoal ,
the meeting la a union hall made by the Soviet party- Mazzilll is only a care
1 work out a "just and fair" solution ,l last week by Sen. J. W. Ful- Ranierl
Mnaf ,.".r* iirtinit member whowork which has been Ignored by the pending the
bright, D-Ark, advocating anew taker government
bt.th big Robena; field of Chinese lllii l iii j itiAPOLLO federal KENNEDY (AP) A 1903 of treaty their which differences gives over the U.S.the look at various foreign policy -,election by Congress of a new ",
Judge granted
Saturdayan
U.SSteel: Corp. absolute and perpetual controlof i Issues. president to fill the remainderof f
A spokesman for the local injunction ordering a fivedayhalt the present term which runs
": the Canal Zone. Panama I Is
View Not Shared
here said the meeting also was Cuban Defectors I" of security guard picketing until late next year.
: demanding a share in control.
attended by local officers from, I which crippled construction for "The administration does not U.S. officials feel that failureto

Ohio and West Virginia and estimated SPACECRAFT GOES UP-Workmen et Cope Kennedy three day on the Merritt Island The Panamanian settlement share his view with regard to produce an effective leader at t

that some 20 outside locals Leave Miami hendle guide lines et boiltrplete Apollo spacecraft scares Its lift moonport.The formula was reached Just one Panama or' with regard to this time could easily mean a )

were represented by crene te I height ef 177 feet end then meted te Saturn I. bet injunction was sought by day after the new government Cuba," Johnson said On Panama drift back into political wrangling -

Upon ReleaseMIAMI torn ef which con be teen In rifht background, leunch. rocket. The the National Labor Relations I was established in Brazil following Fulbnght had proposed that and factional conniving

spocecroft Includoi a commend "module service module, edepter Board after the National Aeronautics the ouster of President Joao the U.S. undertake sweeping revisions -which has helped to create opportunities '

WnferHpsKeep ..ctl... end leter will 'Include the launch 'IC.'. ay.""' Th. Apollois and Space Administration Goulart whose policies were of- of the 1903 treaty. for Communist agita- .,
; (CAP) Two Cuban ten pro-Communist and frequently -
scheduled te be flown for the tint time; ; lots hit spring eboord and two contractor firms I The two situations in Brazil lion and Infiltration
military defectors who hijacked antagonistic toward the
J Florida the tilth .f the ,..i., nf Sorurn I lounchlnai. (AP W!. nhi. >tl charged the picketing was ille United ;
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a helicoper and flew to Key gal. I
West were quietly released from The developments In both II I

In 'Green1 immigration service custody 'Irreparable Damage' Cited Brazil and Panama were regarded lutuartetf!

!I Saturday and permitted to leave Dickinson Claims The space agency claimed the t here as blows to Communist -

Miami a federal official said picketing and walkout was caus ambitions in Latin America.
situated' Island'
on an dredged
G. State Department They deny the propaganda ad-
Harvey Summ the
ing "irreparable damage" to t
I from Biscayne Bay and accessible the Reds EUGENE I. MADER (Atlanta: a brother, Francis
coordinator of Cuban vantage have gained
only over a well.guarded affairs, aaid Guillermo Santos Burns Miscue Led construction The United program.Plant Guard Work from the prolonged Panama Canal Eugene J. Mader 55, owner of',Whited, Decatur Ga.
the Mitchell Funeral Home
bridge, represents high society will
crisis which began with riot- E. J, Mader and Air
and Andres Izaguirre, both 20, ers of America, an independent Heating
portion of the winter sea- (announce funeral arrangements.T. 1
"requested specifically that they i union representing 450 watchmen ing In early January; and they Conditioning Co., died suddenly .

sonClub Manager Bob Grant says did not want to stay in MiamI.In at Cape Kennedy, postedthe yesterday at Lakeland General T. CHEEK SR.
the case of defector we honor To Jax Race WoesJACKSONVILLE pickets Wednesday In a Cuban
"We have more self-made men Refugees Hospital. He was a nativeof WINTER HAVEN-T T.
these requests"Summ
than 25 There move to seek recognition as bargaining Cheek Sr. 71 of 116
today years ago. Cook Illinois Prospect
said the two former County, and
for nonunion
has been shift to the rich agent Ave.
a Lake Shipp Heights, died
\ Castro officer wanted no publicity (AP- Fred This Is what Dickinson described -'guards hired at neighboring Keep Coast moved to Lakeland in 1946, making -suddenly yesterday morning at

and "have been resettled O. Dickinson said Saturday night : Merritt Island. his home at 2317 Derbyshire. his home.

1 7U, P.at '.O'" 1 through regular channels. that the Jacksonville racial violence "Some two weeks prior to this Judge George T. Young In U Guard BusyMIAMI I He Is survived by his widow He was a native of Americas,
The two Cubans reached Key was a backfire of Mayor S. District Court at Orlando seta
unfortunate affair In Jacksonville Mrs Evelyn l. Mader; a son, Ga., and moved to Winter Haven -
West March 20 In a bullet-rid- Haydon Burns' effort to give his hearing for Wednesday to consider

*\' common and, possibly because died Russian. built helicopter gubernatorial campaign a boost. I know that Mr. Burns extending the order which (AP-The Cuban sit Dennis L Mader of Lakeland, in 1921: He was a veteranof
roan World War I and had beena
of this less formality. The pilot, Arcadlo Garcia, was "I believe he planned a dramatic -called In a public relations man he granted after a 50-mlnute uation has made the U.S. CoastGuard and a daughter Miss Diana L. painter and decorator here for

.'Th. old guard are not sa shot to death when he resisted demonstration of what he I know who that man is and I hearing in his courtroom Satur Air Station in Miami the Mader of Chicago. I He
was a memo
many years.
Wtnsted : the hijack attempt. A crewman, also know who'a busiest air-sea-rescue base in the
much In consideres his third
dressing rare ability to party Is Funeral
services will be held ber of the Memorial
day.Hundreds Beymer
with the diamonds, etc. If yox; Sergio Roque, 17, was flown I, step Into a dangerous situation I, who was also in attendance at of building trades world, the Coast Guard said Sat Methodist Church here.

) have a steak cookout. the ol The U.Sv rejected Castro gov. Daily air patrols of the Florida at the in Lakeland
graveside

office lines
guard will ,be there. But if yo I i Dickinson, a candidatefor i! although they were weeks
Survivors includetwo
ernment demands for return o 1 urged their AFL-CIO leaders Key and the Bahama Bank Memorial Gardens ago.
by
a-.formal
have Inside function governor, said in a Jackson with the
"At Peak""Now T. T. Cheek
sons, Jr. St.
,
: the two defector The helicopter r offshore from Cuba made
where to for work.Projects were
If ville
television
*easier to see and b< broadcast. report Rev. Caxton Doggett. of
/ ;; also returned, pastor Petersburg and W. W. Cheek of
was not because of
Burns the streamof
told necessary
these
,
I seen, youattract. the new. set' .Mr. Burns can justifiably men, Halted the Winter Haven
First and
Presbyterian Church one grandchild
in effect that refugees Cuba In
claim major credit for bringing, in his opinion his fleeing
Become A HavenA armed conflict to Jacksonville': campaign had reached a peak Their absence hamstrung most small boats. officiating. The family has requested .
little farther south Is the MacArthur ;: too and construction on the island The Coast Guard also Services will be held at 3
and a bad name to our state," soon that he feared It projects was assigned that In lieu of flowers, o'clock
Boulevard Retirement Hotel, Dickinson laid. would soon start going downhill where NASA is building following the Cuban crisis -donations be made to the Junior tomorrow afternoon at

where US a month will pay for Condition At the conclusion of the speech unless some new element could $750 million complex for launchIng In October, 1962, to guard Lions Club Scholarship Fund. the Crisp Funeral Chapel with

room, board and Incidentalslike Dickinson said, "We have traced be added. men to the moon. against anti-Castro raids by exile Friends may call at the Dukes-, the Rev. Leo F. King, pastorof

cigarettes and crossword the actions of a desperate man "He then asked these men to The union guards were not on groups and to keep an eye Steen Funeral Home tonight the Beymer Memorial Methodist ,.

puzzles Worsening who saw fit to gamble with the. come up with something new and strike. They picketed after work out for illegal activities by Castro from 7 until 9 o'clock. Church, officiating. Burial

Maury Appel, who runs the I personal and economic fortunesof I dramatic In his race for gover. ing regular shifts at Cape Ken, forces, such as the kidnapingof will follow at Glenn Abby Memorial earcoo

hotel, told an Interviewer: "This nor. nedy. refugees from Anguila Cay MRS. GEORGIE ANN! Gardens
In TINNEY
fled to the gravity of MacAr. a great city his attempt to I ..
area is becoming an older per. w'l condition. gain high office." .we know Mr. Bums was The NLRB has ordered an Capt. L. C. Sansbury, air station Mrs. Georgie Ann Tinney, 76, Friends may call from 3 p.m. t3rIi

sons' haven. This area depends I "Will he live?" was the first seeking some sort of headline Is- election by the nonunion guardsfor commanding officer, said of St. Petersburg died Fridayat until 9pm. today.WILLIAM .

on old people. question asked after Heaton had i Burn Answer sue to inject into this campaigntwo Monday to determine if they: his unit had 10,39s flight hours a Bartow hospital after along ling prl

"Younger people have Jobs- Burns, campaigning In Fort weeks prior to his poorly want union representation.. The during the past 12 months This illness, She was a nativeof CLAUDE

they come down for a week or . Lauderdale, made this state conceived TV address on the racial -guard union asked for an election was accomplished by 28 pilots Brandon, Miss and came to, MA1THEWS IWhling'

two, but even when they do, ment when told about the problems of Jacksonville in about 90 days so it would I and 162 enlisted men flying six Florida from Norfolk Va, WINTER HAVEN-William Inwoi

they don't have the money to :r m, ,'p Z(,' Qr,' speech: . .From all reports there werea have more time to organize a amphibious twin-engine planes years ago She was a memberof ISI Claude Matthews, 78, of 114 Orange .
,
spend You take the old people "The action taken by me as relatively small number of campaign. and four helicopters. the Methodist Church Ave., Lake Shipp Heights,

away from here, and this wouldbe read a prepared medical bul--chief executive of Jacksonville Negroes engaged in sit-downs She Is survived by a son, R. died yesterday morning at Win. An

a desert." letin. whether it had Mr. Dickinson's and picketing. I gather that C. Selvidge of Lakeland; three ter Haven Hospital following a

Between the extremes there Heaton hesitated for a or others' approval, was effec- about the same thing could be Odd Newspaper Articles sisters, Mrs Dave P. Gaydenof brief illness

are vacation facilities which will moment, and then-"Well, let's tive in that peace, quiet and order -, going on any day. Brandon, Miss., Mrs. J. H. A retired sawmill operatorand r ,

meet the need of just about any Just lay that this I Is an ominous were restored. "Therefore I can only assume Puzzle Egyptian Readers Jomes of Greenville, Miss, and farmer Mr. Matthews wasa

visitor. report." But later, In answer to ."The greatest damage that and I think reasonably so, that I Miss Rose Davis of Jackson native of Houstin County, \

"The Greater Miami area the question, "Is there any possibility -has been done in the field of human -Mr. Burns saw no potential dan- By GEORGE MCARTHUR Journalism and In consequencehas Miss.; four grandchildren and' Ala.,in and 1955.came He here from Malone I:\ tAi. '

can house 180,000 visitors In any of recovery?" Heaton relations throughout our ger to the city he wa elected to CAIRO AP) Egyptian newspaper enemies. two great-grandchildren was a member

one day," Gardner said. 'That replied, "Miracles always hap-,country has been untimely, Unfortunate administer, but that he did see readers are scratching their But the Amln twins have nationallst .I Services will be held at the of AM Cottonwood Lodge 514 F & \\i.'

Is more tourist capacity than pen." remarks by politicians political opportunity.. heads over an unfinished mystery credentials older than graveside at Lakeland Memorial Cottonwood Ala.

all of Europe." Yet he clearly looked as such as the current series by One person was killed and Involving some upper-crust members Nasser's. Their mothers uncle Gardens at 2 o'clock this afternoOn ! He is survived by two daugh.
"Vacations bus! of the Nasser regime was Saad Zaghloul who was banIshed Gentry-Morrison Funeral tern Mrs. Semond Flatt and
are big
a though he thinks there is little gubernatorial; candidates, whose more than a dozen Injured dur-
ness," Gardner said "People chance for any such happening. Irresponsible remarks are obviously -ing the two day of violence in One week with full the fanfare spectacle in blossomed the for leading a revolt against Home will be in charge of arrangements Mrs. Johnnie L. Webb, both of
Britain In 1919. bornIn Winter
They were Haven
have money these days They I made for personal political Jacksonville two weeks ago. public prints Next week It vanished his home now a museum which Mrs. M. W. ; three sisters, I
are willing to spend, but they Thirty states use their license benefit and do not contribute Dickinson said, "to be certain ; !, without trace. Egyptians long have called the Waller of Lakeland
must have value for it and for I clear Even so, It has tongues wagging RITES FOR MISS WATTS Mary Matthews of Lakeland,
plates "commercials" advertismg any solution to racial or community am making myself I am House of the Nation. ,
they are entitled to it." I their state problems." not suggesting that Mr, Burns I In Cairo closed\ political society, Funeral services for Miss and Mrs. Cleo Harrington of '\
for the Implications went far beyond Many Joined Late Argin Beulah Pansy, Ala
.. calculated bloodshed. Watts 68, of 526 ; and two grandchildren
In his Inept thinking he countedon IndE'ed.1 the names involved.! Perhaps In consequence Des- Druid St., who died Thursday 11''

Originator {I'nllkel soukl attacked from the flank, were held Funeral .
nothing more than continued yesterday at the arrangements are Incomplete

: -i picketing in Jacksonville whichhe The unlikely originator was Sal! charging come-latelles the Amiss to socialism were Johnny How graveside in Lakeland Memorial and details will be
ah Dessoukl tall and Garden, with the Rev. announced later by Mitchell
would then refer to as hi* accomplishment charming ever Nasser himself came late to
rather than riots governor ot Cairo who speaks socialism, having had little political -Whitney J. Dough, pastor of the Funeral Home here ,

and disturbance." English fluently, Is a former ideology when he came to Wesley I Memorial Methodist Friends may call from 5 p.m.
Olympic fencer, and Is chosen power And Cairo abounds with Church, officiating until 9 pm today at the
often to entertain Influential Western people who clambered aboard the Gentry-Morrison Funeral, Mitchell Funeral Home. J
gueot.s.Dessouki. Socialist bandwagon at the last JJ
blossomed In the Home was in charge of arrangements J\\
Saline Plant governmentowned moment Such charges naturally
.
dally newspaper make them shiver .
Gumhurryla with a series of I
I
On Way To GitmoSAN articles on the press, a subjectIn come Dessoukl But there promised was no more more.to RICHARD W. WHITED Dukes Steen
which he had displayed no previous WINTER HAVEN
___ No explanation was offered to expectant Richard
Interest He homed In on a readers Off the record W Whited, 38. of 74J Lake Jesse I I I
DIEGO, Calif. (AP)-The surprising target. The leaders rf a well.plael'd authority said it was Drive, died Friday night at his : Funeral Home ,
; the press, he said, still include
dismantled Point Loma
saline all because of Syria. residence.
He
traitors of the was a native
corrupt monarchy,
plant, which converts salt waterto of King Farouk" now masquerad-, He explained: "They reprintedthe Atlanta, Ga, a veteran of rfJ! 310 S. Florida
Dessouki articles
In full and
fresh, was being loaded log as real Arab Socialists: I War II and came to Winter Ha.
added
the comment that they had --
-I aboard a ship The only leaders dating
cargo Saturday Dress ven 19 from
always said the in years ago Atlanta
for shipment for GuantanamoBay lack to }Farouk' day are the press Egypt
lie has Phone
t wins of Egyptian journalism was all fouled up and here was a been employed by the I MU 2-3123
,, Cuba. member of Nasser official family -Tampa Electric Co. Mr. Whitedwas
Mustapha and Aly Amin Though
The plant was ordered shipped proving U. ,
a member of the
once purged by Nasser, they are First Baptist
there after Cuban Since Nasser Is ambulance
leader Fidel particularly sensitive Church of Winter Service
now back Aly as editor of the Haven.
Castro cut off the water to events In Syria nowadays
supply magazine El Mussawer and Mus Survivors Include his wife,
this be the the
to the U.S Navy' Guantanamobase. tapha as editor of Cairo most articles ceased may It still reason leaves unanswered Mrs. Mary E. Whited: two sons
popular daily, Al Akhbar Since
why they started I In the Gerald Whited and Richard !
The vessel, President Grant their return they have sometimes
first place. Bruce Whited, Winter Haven, AMBULANCE"SERVICE
pointed to
shortcomings In
was expected to leave Saturday souki's administration in two daughters Carol Ann
night. A spokesman for Westing Del-I Whited and Barbara Susan

house Corp., prime contractor Attack Revenge Lake Tanganyika Whited, both of Winter Haven; I ;

for' the moving operation, said Was Dessoukl's attack personal I his mother Mrs. Ethel Webb, el you, phone tell,
the ship should reach Cuba within revenge, or did someone put him "er hour el the
"
: 10 day*. up to It, President Gamal Abdel Waters Rising --I night end day.
Nasser for Instance
The shipment will Include [.HORHTONMEMORI
The Amin twins
are regarded
eight massive evaporator vessel as the liveliest Journalist In I DAR ES SALAAM Tanganyika , ,HOME. ..

-i4i weighing 85 ton each. Cairo's history. The day alter (AP-Lake Tanganyika has I' J ...:,.. Awe, '

Mustapha had rejoined Al AkhbarIn risen nine feet in three years,1 .Pflo..' u.' J" 417
FOOD HELPS AGE I 1961 circulation Jumped 39.000. flooding the port area and power ...... I N. Moss Av.,

-- ....... <.." .... "..; ... TOKYO (AP)-The Japaneseare 'Just In on the the days weight of of Farouk his name the station at Kigoma and lappingat . Phon. MU6.2l33HEATH
living longer because of the I ,
brothers started on a shoestring Kigoma railway station -
adequate nourishment in the; and built! Akhbar Into a Jouraalli- The beach at nearby Ujiji- -- ==- :'
,
postwar period. A government, tic powerhouse. They splashed sex where Stanley met Livingstone FUNERAL
IHI' MILING IITTIR NOW-Ad.r John Weyne stood betide his deiiehrer. MtUde Ann, welfare white paper 'said average and crime Imported modern nearly a CHAPEL[
century -is unimpaired
.n4 hoe hmVend Gr.fry mutt M....., oftir their ", ...1.,. In .'....4 Secrement Church In ,- I life span reached M.2 for presses campaigned for and alarm ago Is dispelledby Air C..dilio".d Ch..1 Pakleg Let

weed Seto.4.,. Duo| tin n..pliel Men which followed the woddin|, the bride beceme feint .i the men and 711 for women In 1)62 1!rights. and a long women'I'1 f recollection of Stanley' word 24 HOUR AMBULANCE SERVICE

knelt et the elrer, Worne cad Mvnci einited her t, their whore the dwln. the tenelnder of The U.S. forms The paper still FOSTER E.
p .. el averages are 67.3 and II l openly chafes under that the lake is known to recede HEATH, Fun.ral Director
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t t J 1 S M Doesn't Encourage TakeoversBy A;:.



; STANLEY MEISLER cause-perhaps It helps preventthe al standing as professional mill O !

Associated Press Writer military takeover tary people of their officers.

",' .j .' WASHINGTON ilv-The Pentagon Pattern Change Seen In a statement accompanyingthe J
,ryf.t d I IeN rejects the argument that transcript, Rep Dante B.
US military assistance encourages Sloan added that "the lengthof
Fascell
' J>.f'la., chairman of
foreign armies to take military governments In Lat the subcommittee, interpreted)I!
I DOWNTOWN SOUTHGATE
In I
America Is
over their civilian steadily declining
governments the testimony of Sloan and other '
t tF The question was raised at a Once they do take over, as witnesses as Indicating that 219 E. Main St. 2637 S. Florida Ave. j '.
closed of House has been the case In the Do- the United I
hearing a Foreign States Is changing |
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Affairs subcommittee last Republic and Peru and the emphasis of Its foreign aid)
January wheftxRep: Donald M. Ecuador and others, they al. program by putting more Ideology 1 I ,.'
t ,,r 1 4t1 "tb Fraser D-Minn:.. .noted that most immediately make the announcement Into .it I : -

there had been some criticismof hold elections they sometime are going and to He said these changes In i 'WE recent coups in the Dominican elude a downgrading of eco
will "date." 1\
they set .
Republic and Honduras by nomic development as the objective 11
military groups that included He said "the pattern In times of economic aid and the GOOD SUNDAY & MONDAY
t e .A US..trained officers. A tran- past*1,1\ that when the militarytook introduction of Ideological con
r w script of the hearing was re- went they usually stayed tent into the programs that:I
' leased yesterday In next power revolution untit..thbre'. was the train foreign military men under OPEN ALL DAY

i 1k Deputy Assistant Secretary of the1atllt training in ,the United i
I "So we think really
Defense Frank K. Sloan said States
44 do not support the ar,llt1ent,"
"the absence or presence of
r, tssi U.S. military training does not Sloan said SUNDAYSACCHARIN ;
k He said that nations receiving
U.S. military aid "are becoming -
Art GlfM &ARIY
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-------------- public exhibition of Jape I
TERRIFIC ENTERTAINMENT
nese prints and brush paintingswill VALUE.
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fATAl PLUNGE-lilt. Hunt., Kist, 53. Ayb.rnd.le. was *...." whorl H.I. tee. h., woe be held Tuesday through '00
I rl.I.!.. went wt.1 utrot.n' U. $. H .h..y 9 2, .bout th,. 11I11. suit .f t.k.l.. ... ,'...." Friday In the Ordway Arts
"IT *.'.,./dl.d phetph.te pi. The .ccldar., which brlr.,. this! ,..,'. ,.Ik Coy.ty .c ld.n. ....tll Building of Florida Southern I I I IColorlul
U 21, nappanad early f altar day ....," ",. << Miss Donna Stoddard, 'headof
handy, partact fcf tiw am,ly
the college art department, e rcla..Spac:. China en.chM In m.ad
uburndale aid the exhibit will be open colon,,,orin ., graan, brown and mare
Truck Driver tud,1 Bottle of 100
AA} laria 9 dnch plalaa and 4cupl
daily from II a m. until 4 p.m. that fit on tha f atat lor aaiy handllfii 1'7 c
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real l buy at only 55c Value
Subjects Include landscapes, -..
till life, fish, birds and ani-
frowns: After Auto mals, and some gold lacquers Only I II With aauaan- auaafl va 4 after Man, AM. a
MishapBy Brought' to Lakeland by the S $ 99

I ollege a Faculty Women's Club, tor,
the prints are from the Robert
TOM HUGHES Ave., was attributed to drowning ber of persons who were killedIn Lee Gallery In Newton, Conn., L ,,k 4
Ledger Staff Writer orI
crashes during the same period and the T T Kitagawa collection -
'A 33.year old Auburndaleck According to Helms, King had last year. In Minneapolis, Minn They (
driver was drowned yes.day been driving east on the high. King was a resident of Ala, Include the works of some of PERFECT FOR TV ASPIRIN
morning when the car way about 2 o'clock yesterday barns before he moved to Au. spans' best-known artists r SNACKS AT HOME! n
was driving spun out of con- morning when he lost controlof burndale four years ago = - Bottle of 100
I on US Highway 92 and his car. e
Survivors include his widow, r. .. + 29c Value 8
P
+
plunged Into a water filled If
phos Thrown From Car Mrs Velma King, Auburndale; HEMORRHOIDSFissures
,Abate pit three sons Michael Danny arid
f The auto off the north
, State Trooper C W Helms ran Steve and a daughter. Charlotte Fistulas and
side of the highway and then With aauaan-Canaan vald aft. Man, .... e
.MM the death of Army veteran swerved back the all of Auburndale; twc other Rectal Diseases {
across high.
Bhbert Hunter King of 311 Keati where if struck sisters Mrs Opel Perry of D a successfully treated by
way a guard
catur. Ga., and Mrs Rub Y NON-SURGICAL 1

( foCk post.The vehicle overturned and Slaughter of Prineville, Ore,;, methods
one brother John of Prineville
plunged down .the embankment and his mother Mrs Pear i NO LOSS OF TIME i
to the water filled phosphate King of Decatur,
[ Goes pit. King was thrown free of 'I DR. EARLE RABB
Services and burial will HAIR DEPILATORY
rx
the but drowned In shallow
water car near the edge of the pit, held in Decatur Kersey Funeral CLINIC. N.D. 121 I, Mete St. y i
:To New Highs Helms said Home here Is in charge o f ,h. CV nasal Winter May** I, lowland Ph, 6S04

The accident was not discovered -arrangements I I ,

tI',/NEW YORK (AP-The ..tockAUket until after daybreak by I r.z d ::;;",:, .x;,..':( I"t'.. :: ..>'1" h.3' ThsTI7 'ft3. 1Vr 89c Value 5.2C itrr
completed last week a passers-by and Helms said when 1 tI
of earlier gains and he arrived King I body was with NNn-CwN. ,tt alter Man* Aar. /
to record highs In submerged about five or 10 feet

trading. from the overturned car. How to live likea 11!
Helms pulled the victim
!i' Irlmes pushed their bg ad- $..
.
shore He assistedby
body to was
I "nee higher, then stumbled on ,
" /, Sgt J. W. Wells The car '.
fit taking toward the week >
id, still keeping well ahead, was termed a total loss. Millionaire- IRONING BOARDCOVER .

a le batered cigarette stocksere Toll Now 21
heartened by reports that The death brings to 21 the PAD & SET rtvo \ ,
I rch cigarette sales were number of persons killed In
t
er than a year ago Polk County highway accidentsthis iCald (fw

Coppers*ClimbDippers year It is the same tium 1.98 w 49

resumed their climb I
early in the week amid news of' Boy Girl Killed< WN Nu..n-b'.YM. after M.ny AN, S
oaring prices in the commodity 44d u 6!
futures market for the met
When Auto Hits r '. t
aij! and reports' that anotherprice 4 <9 E e> {> rs airy ,t.1 "'
i boost may be in the mak
PIg,'*But they faltered Friday!Train At CrossingMIAMI

when; > presidential candidate v fey
In Chile said that, if elected, he (APAn year-old Whisk Broom

.would nationalize the big mining .,boy and a year-old girl were
properties of Kennecott and killed and a second girl was seriously r
f Anaconda injured Friday nigh 59c Value 26
{ I Newt that the business expan when their car and a Florida
the 38th month East Coast Railway train collided -
t _t has passed S
Wiw aauaan-Canaan va* after Man* Aar {
,h 14 bad become the longest at a crossing
. ;ime rise In American Dead are Michael Dennis Mc-
helped boost stocks, The Auliffe of Miami and Brenda
York Stock Exchange hadlosers Joy Terwilllger 20, of South
Houston, Tex
r than gainers on
The second girl, Linda Susanne -
and Tuesday but the
ay Caudell 19, of Miami was '
ages made new highs BOOK MATCHES
under treatment in a South Mi-
day and Friday
Dow Jones industrial av':ami hospital Y

this week advanced 708, c
g at an historic closingof CLARKSTONE 25c ValueW 8
82299. '
Associated Press aver
,IH .u.-c.u. va d N 1
'1>f 60 stocks rose 1.6 on the t
to close at a record 303.3.
I
Volume Up
'
lume swelled\ to 29,690,790
CLERK
s from 21,395,264 in the FOR OP
oars week shortened to four
ns by Good Friday, CIRCUITCOURT TOILET TISSUE

1,522 Issues traded, gainers POLY lAG OF 10 'ROLLS
mbered losers by 807 to

wring the week e

II little Streeters fellow"\ reported was coming that I Without Really Being One! 1.50 Value 66

into the market and sta '
W,lh NYMn-CNM. welw MN. .... .
at the end of the week For the Best Years of Your life, you deserve to live in a beautiful water.

feed ngs to I la confirm the lower this.priced So did front garden apartment, in one of the finest locations in all Florida, with

r exclusive luxury features, gorgeous apartments and complete Recreation
-.-, last week made their -
gent showing In nearly two facilities.For .

they didn't decline all this, and more, you seeLAIcL&ND AlkaSelrzer59c
-ha( . government and cor-
\ Issues were irregular,
jig fairly close to 1964 S Yrs
37
j set last week RBOUR Value
lume totaled $S2.607,000 ,
walue compared with about CON DO M5ri' IUM .. ...
W,III ..u.. -Cau. vale1 after Man a S
I million in ,four business cP1 ,
the preceding week, I


Blast .Superb 1 t 2 bedroom plans, with 1,11 & 2 baths, directly on Lake Parker.

ter Priced from $9,950 and $45 per month, incl. taxes. CONDOMINIUM ownership: Deed

Room Your and Title Policy to every apt. Model apartment, charmingly furnished by MATHERof MILISOneADay
lages
Lakeland, open every day from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Guaranteed Del'y: November. Vitamins

oil heater exploded at Stepping
Bayvlew Drive yesterday Sales Agent: Hauger Realty
ping and caused extensive STONEi 1.96 Value 119

age to a utility room i 1600 Lake Parker Drive, West, in lakeland. Phone: 6865191. Turn north from

i e Station truck answered from Northside the calle to I I Memorial Blvd. (US No. 92 ALT) at Lake Shore Drive, just west of Holiday Inn. WIN _!<....-
home of Mrs. Annie Mae COOPERATIONEFFICIENCY
| and brought the fire quick Another superb waterfront Condominium aportment development by IrvingZ t
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nder house control.e sustained minore Mann Gr: Associates, now also building in Sarasota, Winter Haven, Day. d b

damage, firemen said ECONOMY tons Beach, Maitland and Tierra Verde,
h the heater blew up. No .
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'. MJ Wichita Falls Combs Wreckage Left By Tornado Which Left Seven DeadBy



01. ROBERT H. JOHNSON and shifting color from pure "If I say its a hundred mil subdivisions were damaged or ,
\ WICHITA FALLS, Tex (AP]I white to dirty gray, dropped lion, they would knock my head destroyed.All .
1MAllar ,. off," the general aaid. "If I say seven fatalities occurred .' ,
-Thousands of airmen and civilians cloud "
from a single big storm
) searched hands and I one million, that's all the mon off the Air Force base The base
on
Friday and marched across the "
cule ey I'll get from Washington. hospital treated and released 69 i'
knees Saturday for anythinj: city in stark relief against I f
tiona worth saving from the debris I patches of bright blue sky. Unofficial estimates were that casualties. Another 13 Including '
voted left by the towering tornad I Thousands stood In the sunshine damage to the big base mightbe some civilians from nearby residential ;
t a wit around $10 million. areas were brought to mot.
r that crushed through northwest in downtown Wichita Falls to t it
Aa'o Wichita Falls, killing seven and I watch. A tour of the base disclosed the hospital. .+i It 1
minasputt Injuring 113.Civilians :approximately 50 buildings bad Civilian hospitals admitted
t Damage to civilian property and seven injured, treated and dismissed r.r.
broken ly damaged or destroyed
Presicome poked among was estimated by various disaster 24 others.
sodden homes in two sub- officials at about S3 mil- another 100 damaged to some I The twister killed Mrs. Hazel
included thebase'
ditcuandf divisions Sunset Terrace and lion. Maj. Gen. Robert M. Still- degree.. main These plant, hang Rea Collins, 35, Ernie Coswell,
Lincoln Heights. of power
general
man commanding
55, Mrs Ernie Coswell. Mrs.
,
brick chapel storage
HIS Airmen worked to clean up the base, said he had an official warehouses ars a and barracks.An Charles Hartney, Mrs Carl E.
held'wouk Sheppard Air Force Base. estimate of military damage but Hoeffliger, S3, Alfred Miller, 75,
The tornado, writhing slowly he would not release It. estimated 240 homes In theIFuKN'EW and Mrs. Dawson Minear. I
,
work An estimated 400 persons
that : were homeless.

era from DIAMONDS I TV RELAY PLANNED
'
But I PARIS UB-The first direct
pene- >relay of a television program
from Japan tb Europe via Tel-
star will take place April 18, the s 1
A LIKE we KNOWDIAMONDS 1
read French Ministry Post and announced.Telecommunications a t

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wof fact, If you knew as much about diamonds as Zale's diamond experts you'd be sua to shopat
Zale's. Why? Because Zale diamonds are fine quality diamonds and 3-time award winnersfor COMMISSIONERDISTRICT BENT, BATTERED, AND TWISTED-AN sure wrecked ..r the killed tavon Btnoiii end damaged hundrtdi of homtl *l It mtvtl
U.S'A originality In design.And because Zale diamonds are guaranteed be your best diamond tornado that swept through the Sunttt Tnc o4dirio; .f Wichita through the itortliwtft pert of the city. (AP Wirtphrt)
hen buy or your money back within 60 days. It doesn't take a diamond expert to know' where to 5 Folli ruts boiMo brick hm that fad no "*n.r. The ."' ,...
cUt come for diamonds. . but the more you know the more you'll trust Zale s, America'slargest ,.

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1 1l' K I MONTREAL (AP) The
Board of Maritime Trustees and

the Seafarers' International
Ir :ion of North America announced

l' tilt agreement Friday night on a

trosib :formula for labor peace on the
fin fin ,Great Lakes. It calls for a regu-
bri 1 :_ lar member of the SIU of Caiia
I
&i
'laOI cue :da to take over as president of
f
the union.
C I Under the SIU constitution
tot the executive vice president, V
mums Leonard McLaughlin, would
psi
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take over as president soon
from Charles Turner appointed ', 'v wa Mb
We have neglected our
hllI to succeed Hal C Banks as union -
I Parks and Recreationareas president when the trustees
fired Banks on March 18.
Gt. long enough. Banks is on trial for his partin
1' car an alleged assault on a rival
cat H.Pal.Adv.k>>.P.5.dm.)
union organizer. I
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Diamond majetty-I even brilliant diamond e. Elegant bridal let of UK gold highlight .
rti, ORGANSfor their h mt which "'r r* crushed by torn.do obout 3 p.m. Friday. Th. rwitUr was
'i in UK irt ten diamond, $250
*let lovely gold wedding by iparkling ,
$500 on the pound In S Wichita Fold mia'onriol diitrjcr end In nearby Sheppard Air Frc Sot. for about
ft. Bridal pair feature tight round diamond* d. Eleven diamond thine in etquiiite wedding 15 milt".... Dom... "'.. .tim.t.1I 'In million .f dollort. Seven were known dtd. About It) were I
'll set in luxurious 14K gold $150 ant,enhanced by lovely UK mowsdng.P Home or Church b.li.y>d Inland| .i r* cy* *nd ,.Iy.l g. oporotioni continuid. (AP Wirtphoto)

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MILITARY SERVICE Harriman LAKELAND LEDGER.Defends Sunday April S, U.S.IM4 11-A Markarios Abrogates 1 Of 3 I



.okelond Lakeland, is serving with the[ sergeant, who attended Policy Of Isolating Cuba
Eighth Communication Battalion Plant City High School la a 17- Agreements Concerning Cyprus
| FC Reginald D. Wills, Force Troops, Fleet Marine year service veteran.
Mrt Force Atlantic, at Le- "While Trading With Reds .
other Olive C. Camp
NICOSIA, Cyprus (AP-Pres and 1959 under which Cyprus, .
jeune, N. C, Before -
i at 714 E Bay Street, enteringthe DavenportArmy ident Makarlos
Archbishop on which then British colony - -
participated In Exer- Marines In September 1963 WASHINGTON (wIt makes and that the American people Saturday denounced or abrogated was a NE

UNO THAW, a ilx-day Broom attended Lakeland High Specialist Four JamesB. '[sense for the United States to would not be willing to engagein Cyprus' treaty of alliance gained tier conditional typeof [Geo. L. Gaines(
Ing exercise In Korea School Rutledge ion of Mr. and try to Isolate Communist Cubaat nuclear war with the prospect with Turkey. Independence. I
(arch 21 The exercise Marine Private Garry D, Lee Mrs Jamea E Rutledge Route the same time this country of world disaster in orderto I The treaty alliance which was
He wrote Turkish Premier Is
day and night maneu- son of Mr and Mrs. Harley 1, Davenport, and other members -.U increasing trade with some liberate Eastern Europe. met Inonu that the treaty couldno signed by the governments of Jewelers 1
opposing units from W, Let of 2611 Kiwanls Ave. of the 8th Infantry Divi other Red nations, undersecretary 'This evolutionary course is
Ion clashing in mock Lakeland, is scheduled to com- lion's 12th Engineer Battalion of State W, Averell Harriman the only practical way." longer be considered valid. Greece Turkey and Cyprus, '
participated in Exercise RIVEX' since the Turkish army stationed [ the two neighboring states 112 S. Tenn Av.
r 48-hour periods. The plete recruit training April 7 says Harriman contended that, but gave
fld loldler, assigned to at the Marine Corps Recruit 64, a field training exercise near Resenting the word "appease for the policy of maintaining In Cyprus under thetreacy' the right to base army contln-
had defied
C, 2d Battalion of the Depot, Parris Island S. C. Re- Dexhelm Germany ending I ment" but insisting the American contact between the free world terms, requests gents permanently on the Island. 1-
Ion' 31st Infantry in cruit training prepares Marinesfor March 12. During the six-day, people would not undertake and the European satellites, the base to return to Its permanent -The Greek contingent was fixed BeginningSat.
tered the Army In May further specialized! training maneuver the 12th Engineer nuclear war to free Eastern Europe Iron Curtain would be farther
in a service school with Battalion assembled assault rafts Turks la at 950 and that of Turkey at 650
1 completed basic train- or a Harriman defended U.S. west than it is and what he QuarterThe
unit of the Fleet Marine Force. which combat troops of the 8th called toward men. They arrived on the Islandon
port Cordon Ga. Wills policy under questioning by a movements greater Turks have been en- 4th
Lakeland High School. He will report to Camp Lejuene, infantry Division used to cross House Foreign Affairs subcommittee freedom for the satellites in the Turkish Cyprus' Independence day In April | tWill
camped
N. C. for combat the Rhine and Main rIven. quarterof August I960
training
Infantry
Richard The testimony givenin would not be ai far advancedas
H. violence
Thomas Specialist Rutledge la combat Nicosia since erupted -) Till the outbreak of violent In-
a
secret March 19, was made they are. .
r; and Mrs. Richard H. at Christmas between the Is
First Lieutenant Joseph K. engineer In the Battalion's Com- public yesterday "It is clear that this important tercommunal fighting last December CloseSaturdays : i
> of 441 Byrd St., Lake- land's Turkish and Greek com-] :
|being reassigned to Tyn Stapleton, son of Mr. and Mrs. pany A near Dexhelm. The Rep F Bradford Morse, R- evolution beginning with munltles the two contingents remained
Sammie M Cole of Highland 24-year-old soldier entered the Mass., asked "if the American Stalin's death continues," he In their permanent ad-
'
Fla., for training and City has entered United States Army in February 1962 and has people don't understand . This refusal, President Makarlos -jacent base camps three miles I
a supaunt. Air Force pilot training at Reese been overseas since the following why the policies are different, said.He said there have been relaxations letter added, is "a flagrant west of Nicosia. I It

Thomas r AFB. Tex.Lieutenant. December : how can we expect our allies to In the control of violation of the treaty" which is heult

rnmntted- Stapleton will fly support ua in the economic farms, less jamming of western therefore terminated RECORD CONSUMPTIONWorld >At 12:30 P.M.! .
the newest Air Force jet trainers [blockade that was an essential broadcasts greater freedom to Cyprus radio said President consumption of nickel
Force t and receive special New Brazilian part of the Cuban policy in view travel to the West, especially in Makarlos' note was delivered to]was a record high in 1963. Free I in

.academic President of the announced policies we Hungary, and indications that the Turkish ambassador In Nico- world consumption reached an Thru Sept.
military Flies
atd and military ( have in other parts of the the more industrialized satellites sia.A estimated S2S.000.000 pounds, I ho
Ing
training duringthe Of To Rio world?" are pressing for even more Turkish Embassy spokesman some 20,000.000 pounds more JShe
AFB.A CapitalRIO changes. stated however, that the = I (
Harriman
yearlong! replied that geog- i than the previous I high in 1961.
1962uate _, ___ _
He will and Harriman promised that "U.S. .mh..dor. Mr. Muhrar Ozlcnl.: =---- -- I Irs
course. raphy history make differences
ofd ,be awarded the DE JANEIRO (AP) -I : policy will not remain passive r ;;dto accept the note The he

High silver wings of fj With a promise of U.S. cooperation "The Red army drove the Our policy Is to encourage the spokesman added the contentsof of
he at- THOMAS I a pilot upon Provisional President Pas- Nazi forces back Into Germany evolution now in progress by the note then were transmitted id
Andrew Junior College at graduation. The choal Ranieri Mazzilll flew here from the eastern European using every kind of peaceful to the ambassador verbally. Nowl All the power wTwith

rt, Ga. )I lieutenant, a from Brasilia on Friday night to countries The Red armies contact possible" Pact One Of I you need for F K, xt,
y PFC Wmie J. Anthony'graduate of Bar tackle Brazil perilous economic stayed , and there wasn't He said that even In the Soviet clearhearingl' I l id
9. whose parents live at tow High School, STAPLETON problems and the aftermathof anything we could do about it Union Itself "there Is greater The treaty abrogated unilaterally the new e. '
Washington Ave., Lake- is a former student revolutionary upheaval. unless we wanted to take military demand for freedom the by President Makarios! 'U
and other members of Bat- at the University of Florida ' The wife and two children of action . student is demanding more Intellectual was one of three International e&nee I

[C of the 517th Artillery's He received his commission deposed President Joao Goulart "The story of Cuba is quite freedom, he wants to agreements based on the Zurich ,'
issUe Battalion particlpa in 1960 through the avia- arrived meanwhile by plane at different . the possibility of II travel . ." and London agreements of 1958 A"j'J
its annual practice missile tion cadet program. His wife, a small airfield near Montevideo the Cuban people throwing out -------- --- -

at the Pin firing range Elna, is the daughter of Mrs. Uruguay,and went into hidIng the Communists and the 11
small friends
Atlantic side of the Pan- P. B. Lucas of Griffin Road Ru.1 ao your ewon't
slang is much
very '
:;:; notice Ill I .
Lakeland, Fla Their pilot said Goulart
Canal Zone. During the remained the Red Army cannot march in c
ice firing Anthony's Latterytwo Marine Lance Corporal Ira E. in Brazil-presumably ai it can in Poland, as it did in FAMILY Tb MW Serened hide behind Module Circuit (Patent Pending) :
Ward, of Mrs. Velma Rocka his Brazilian ranch estate on "
Hawk missiles suely son Hungary. your .ar.Ish. leaf than a and offer U la the Serenade, a I
at a high speed rocket of 612 North Mass Ave., Lakeland the Argentine border. It was be- Rep. H. R, Gross, -Iowa,1 Dinnerss quarter of an ounce! marvel of miniaturisation, M tiny .
aircraft recently completed an lieved in Uruguay that Goulart wanted to know whether Harriman I It to the .m.U.., behind.thar JnUlyolit.p.rtlmuetb.mbted I
U regularly stationed at Aerial Gunnery Familiarization! would follow his family Into exile Is advocating a policy of hearing aid Belton baa ever pro. under a high.power microscope. I
Amador Canal Zone. An- Course at the Marine Corps ; "furthering coexistence and appeasement Served in the duced. Yet It deliver* natural, brll- Come la now lor your FREQ I
entered the Army in Base, Camp Lejeune, N. C He Army generals -who over- of Russia," heat sound that you must try for electronic hearing teat and a per. ,
h 1963 and received basic 1 fired the M-60 machine gun, threw Goulart in a three-day Harriman said he would "re- Teokwood Room younelf. aonel I demonstration of the all.new
at Fort Gordon, Ga. He and M3A1 "burp gun" or submachine revolution undertaken they sent the word 'appeasement' in I Beltonei milneertnf iVlll has Beltane Serenade. There no obli-\
ing stationed at Fort Bliss, gun both on the ground laid, to prevent a Cuban-style anything that I have ever said, 1 produced: the amazing new Micro odors of any kindS
and from a helicopter Helicopter Brazilian slide Into the Communist -sir" fadet (
before arriving In the Caone \ 74e
In January of this gunner techniques are usedextensively camp-said they believed "I would say it (U.S. policy)
year. in counter guerrilla Goulart had crossed the Uruguay -is furthering the desires and Roy Btrwolrf, DlitrlbvtarHEARING '
thony is a 1962 graduate warfare tactics River Into Argentina or hopes of the people of Eastern ff-7ir m h_ __ _.
ochelle High School. perhaps had gone elsewhere. Europe for their Independence"\ :O GV SERVICE
nneth D. O'Steen seaman Eagle Lake But officials of Argentina, Paraguay Harriman said He added:
entice, USN, ion if Mr. and and Uruguay all reportedhe "1 think it has been proved
C. C. O'Steen of 964 Eastnald Walter R. Dix Jr., aviation \ j 207 E, Lemon St. Ph. 682.3450
had not arrived in those that military action t" liberate 1711 LaktUnl Hllll lho.. }sines 1940)
St.. Lakeland Is help- electronics technician airman, countries Eastern Europe not feasible I l \
celebrate the 22nd annlver-USN son of Mr. and Mrs Walter
of the' Pacific Services R. Dix of Eagle Lake, is serving l
e aboard the fleet oiler USS with Airborne Early Warnlng-
te, operating out of SanTO Squadron 13 at the U. S. Naval
Calif. Platte enablesof Station, Argentia, Newfoundland. .
I ? the Pacific and Seventh The squadron which patrols the ,. "
North Atlantic seaward extension < r
ets to remain on station long- SOLID- PINE
Distant
of the Continental
. by underway supplying them with fuel.Jle Early Warning (Line, stands KNOTTY IN AUTHENTIC 'L
alert to give Instant warning of a
pillion Sadler airman, USN surprise attack to the North -:,>a,1. .t : _,' .
hi of Mr and Mrs John A. American Continent and member -

Jadler of 936 Southern Ave., nations of the North At ..;;. .., ,. .
.
keland Is serving aboard the lantlc Treaty Organization. 9
jack aircraft carrier USS Mid'

Ay which visited Yokowka, Haines: City STYLING
Bean, March 23 while operatinghe
II\ Far East with the Seven Army PFC John H. Mofleld,
A fleet. The Seventh Fleet is son of Mr. and Mrs Harrison
th \world'i largest operating R. Mofield, 41 Ash St., Haines
naval force and patrols over half City-. and other members of .
tt the earth's surface Midway, the 588th Engineer Battalion
In essence a floating airport, is I have been temporarily stationedat
tapable of launching propeller Camp A. P. Hill, Va. Mofield
and let propelled aircraft from is a heavy truck driver in the "
tier flight deck. battalion's Company B, regularly
IIAlr, Force Technical Sergeant stationed at Fort Lee Va. He
Oraian W.Alexander, son of Mr. entered the Army in February.
and Mrs Thomas 0, Murphy of 1963 and received basic training
Bit I Saratoga Ave, Lakeland, at Fort Cordon Ga. The
S honored at formal mill 22 year. old soldier attended ,. r r 1e
review during his retire- Halnes City High School and f
ceremony at Brookley was employed by Holly Hill

ceremony, Sergeant Alex. Fruit Product Co., Davenport, t
jr. a veteran of more than before entering the Army. Hia
cars active\ duty was assign wife, June, lives in Prince

Jto the 2863rd Ground ElecBcs George, Va.

Vy Engineering Squadron as Installations a radio Plant City

meat maintenance technl- LACKLAND AFB Tex. ,,, ..
A veteran of World Ware
L Airman Bryan T. Glenn Jr.
has among his awards T. Nitetlind
son of Mr and Mrs. Bryan
decorations the Purple 1 Wilder Road
Glenn of Rt. ,
_t, Good Conduct Medal and Plant City, Is being reassignedto
rican Defense Service Kessler AFB Miss. for

!al technical training as a United
irman Ronald L. Sewell, son communications -
States Air Force
r. and Mr.. Earl W. Sewell. specialist Airman Glenn, 4-PIECE SUITE .
>10 Savannah Ave., Lake- who enlisted In the Air Force ,

is being reassigned to I. a short time ago, has completed .
I". APR: MISI,.. for technl- military
basic
his Initial
traininggas; training at Lackland AFB, Tex. $ 00
Ited States I A 1962 graduate of Plant Cu; ,' 229
Force come Senior High School he attendedSt.

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Tex. The airman Is a 1961 "f.ttr. What a buy!I. Notice the fine craftsmanship, ; -...
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Iph, E and, Ballenger Mrs. Harold.22. ionvtr E. GLENN PLATT I t of this high quality group. You'll love the

;nger .f 902 North Kentucky basic Edna C. PLATT daughterof i i ; F : mellow richness of genuine knotty pine and you'll
Lakeland, has begun of 708
Mrs. Juanita Platt '"
i ng at the Naval Training N whitehurst Road. Plant City, nom.. marvel at our astonishingly low price.
fer, Great Lakes, 111\ During completed ten weeks of basic :

i training recruits which receive de-, training at Recruit Training 0 Finest Interior Features r w i t
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All Drawers Dustproofed Center Guided
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ned service schools for graduated I I. All Pieces to a Lustrous 4
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stations Ical training for on-the-Job or to train ships The King WAVE High ,School a former, Tampa student, Fla.at PI ''l J Bill

m a Navy rating specialty. with
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L. Jerome the
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talent here than In all the solo spot.Baritone DELIVERS / Black .4-Cycle i ri
tilt Africa," was a comment heardin Randy Green, Au. and
Nora Mayo Hall auditorium urndale, boomed out "Old Man ( Decker /' Engine
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sift i Club to promote and encourage Challenging the wits of the i ? Pay At 1
f frol young talent among the coun- four judges were other acts that Little
.ib' ty's nine towns k ept the standing-room-only : At$U5
brl' The scenery was designed and audience In rapt attention. Some Weekly!
cle' supervised by Dee Deming, highlights: I
lOr.e. whose art background came to Patricia Pinson, of Bartow, ': Mil OTIC From Eager
,... the fore'and provided a colorful in black tights kept the audi Just To Trimmer
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harl' Natives' Stand Guard through the air in a supple disMay $1988 Brie Rugged.&: tratton2H.P dependable.
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Opening In darkest Africa the young I Balanced for one hand eniine. Flntertipthrottle
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I show bloomed to brightness An .and coming organist,
be
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with burnt-cork: "natives" standing ,3-year-old Barbara Adams of Weighs only 12 IBs.' right or left hand use degrees.
guard or dancing the tam- Winter Haven lightening-finger- 9995 Weight only 5 Ibi. Use
cos bala to a strangely modern ed Latin melodies on the organ ! Sound control front on hedge, trees, bushes.j Ear Budget TermsJ ,
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cat beat, with primitive undertones.Hug ; Kathy Cain Lake Wales,
right-masks and medl. showed a wide aoprano range In 9139 mounted
cine masks a medicine man.
"Adele'Laughing Song" a
mh,1 blackguards palm trees under. leannette McDonald favorite -\ !
) brush and a hot-pot were a and Lakeland's Jimmie Lanier WI well putSummer
gW'lip' backdrop from which leaped th used tap-toe grace and humor) j
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of native rhythm had! the audi'belted out Gershwin's "Sum "30" Pushbutton into your
ence chair-edged for the show mertime" like a professional; rrI Thrifty
With Hart's patter and the Vince Simmons Jr.'. topical
pitter-pattering hearts of the folk gongs must have entertained BRAKE PEDALliAKISPEIIAL I
hopefuls the show moved rapidly Lakeland audiences consid- I RANGE (
colorfully and entertain erably as they did Friday night
lib ingly to its climax; the naming Haven lookers-on. I
pu of the best-ln-the-show solo and Kathleen's Harry Miller Jr. .
Big
group winners and runners-up. handled his accordion with light- t oven
ho A winsome Winter Haven fingered lucidity, selling the audience WAJJOY easily pro-
atw lass, 18-year-old Pat McHale, on the merits of the pens large
sang her way to top place with "Lady of Spain" o t,
onth plaintive "songs of leaving" in A winner of the show !in a family

a clear bell-like soprano that year gone past, Carol Stevens 45 SPECIAL TRADES ON meets
spell-bound the audience and returned to favor the audience
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t" the Judges. with an acrobatic ballet. Carols Week ALL OTHER WASHERS Foc Buy 11
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E, McHale. 2528 14th St. SE the past three summers and Capacity e Repack front wheel bearings I
Pat plans to study music at has played the New England, CHI l type Check grease seals

btII Florida State University, Tallahassee circuit including a starring Water Temperature Selection broiling Add brake fluid and road
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music and has sung for several Frances Langford a singing -
clm public events. Pat was also a star who rose to movie and TAKE YOU CAR WHERE

I. winner in a Future Farmers of radio fame in the '40's. e Damp Dry Spin 1 299 WIT THE EXPERTS ARE...
a America beauty contest. Friday night the audience got 1
The difficult brassy passages into the act as former radio FOR ALL SERVICE WORK

n of Leroy Anderson's "Trumpet pro> Hart piano-keyed them In, par*, you ,ridt
h er's Lullaby" In clarion triplicate then ragged the tempo to the I
a won top group honors for a handclapping delight of the spec- --
n Lakeland trio: Mike Haseman, tatorparticipants.It GOODEAR
t1 Mike Skillman and Gilbert Pot was an evening of.entertainment -
ter. with a purpose plat- BRING YOUR CAR TO

Wales Carolyn, won Welling the hearts, of of Lake classics forming- with young a possible Polk County future talent in- More Poop/0/ Rids en Goodyear Tim/ Thee on. Any Older' lint/ THE EXPERTS DURING

fans as, gowned in flowing the performing arts. 1 THE'NEXT 3 DAYS

House r 3-T NYLON WEATHERll4211 s I .1 c-Tofo !Irsle.hwh and

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WASHINGTON (AP) A The preliminary report was''I 3 pr..l and .H.J, wick
House committee reported Saturday 'prepared for the full committee,! $ c.nbr, ctitof, e.d ieeb IeerrecUd
the federal government I lid keeriieraeccked.
lie detector by the Foreign Operations and .
gave polygraph- -.e
tests to at least 23,122 persons Government Information subcommittee % \\
last year I headed by Rep
Actually the figure Is higher John E. Moss, D-Calif. Rep. Wii- LOWEST 1 '

since the Central Intelligence lIam L. Dawson D-I11.. heads Tuesday
Agency refused to say how the full committee. Public hear-I I '
many It gave ings on the use of the poly PRICE Wednesday
Questions Raised graph will begin Tuesday, I Thursday

The subcommittee said "seri I
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Diabetics ,
regarding the reliability of the Lay
device and the propriety of Its

use." Group To Meet $695'T
The committee found most ol f (TOilS-LACK TOBI TYM, PLUS
the supposedly'scientific tests: Tuesday Night ?, v-, TAX AND YOUR RECAPPABU TIRIIP I I
were administered by military HOT RICAPPABU ADD ill I
men. some of whom had only
; The Polk County Lay DiabetIcs I
five days' training and most 01 -
WITH LONG MILEAGE TUFSYN TREAD!
whom were required to hay! Association will meet in1: I I -''Vi
only a high school diploma. regular session Tuesday night: LIFETIME ROAD HAZARD GUARANTEE! I I pay os You Rid
at 8 o'clock in the auditorium
Further the House Committee
: of Lakeland General Hospital
on Government the polygraph Operations was fount reported i according to E 0. O'Neal chair: r /,: ..,4'4'"c.' ?::1If n:: Arn''*' iN": w$4 $NviCti077 J iIXe : m!' m ra! \<4. \ ( yda N 1kOIY R wt# 4" Aa ;/,_ #. .: '""."..,
man. I i
to be only 72 per cent accuratIn '
falsehoods. A film, "Diabetes and Its Long i
judging i GOOD1iEAR
Range Control" will be featured STORE
Few Admit Test at the meeting. Dr. James R.i t .

All federal courts and man y) West chairman of the assocla 1 201 W. MAIN ST. LAKELAND MU 25177Z"2
atate tribunals refuse to admi't lion's medical advisory commitD -I ,.
results of a polygraph test tart tee, will conduct a question-and-j y; # aovr a 'a ttlrzso% x rdxwrmxar4 r' ..: : &rts'mr 'vimBiw/t.aisssKm M smmK:zzzz-zvi:

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41 per cent complete, with 16,554 miles of the 41,000- 1 yp t '
'. mile network open to traffic as of Jan. 1, 1964. a Crand 4

Construction is under way on another 4,978 miles. 9! Bismarck Forks I It Duluth

During 1963 some 2,200 miles of multilane highway 3S
t eilliaps 9! Forgo !ry 91
{ were built. Right- -way has been procured ..,.,. Sups r
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Of a O SPo1e s iS .,, The average cost per mile in rural areas is $639- liett Falls

a O ; Streerorou 000, in urban areas costs average $3,658,000 a mile. e ,, 29 Aiyerf 90 Milwauke/
Of . Casptr leo O M adison 9!
Porttaad States having the most
ftosbero t Great mileage now open to iauz y

/ Woal Foi la traffic are: Texas, 1,315; New York, 846; California, 80 North City CBlufdf t Davenport Icpa tIt
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lea e 60 eadtA 85ht Ndino : 783; Pennsylvania, 763;Michigan,, 760, and Ohio,.736. Cheyenne e0 Omaho Des 80 80 .

it Confusing at first, motorists now are beginning 80 M" Peorio It

.: 80 8 +agsf 1 "to appreciate the simplicity ,of Interstate ?System Oearet 80 r.1 ..,, ,, Lincoln i Sf.JoTepJ.29 OR k; Qj php II
Pub soils 70 a
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markings designed to speed them ,on their travels Tojwkd 70
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5 l ;$7 acca ' d0 / and south. Even-numbered' roads run east and west. .... ,, Wichito1S Sp infield Q 5e 5a
5 TnFnoaro Santa 1
iQDdear e Major routes have one or two digits. Long routes Fe r ...,,,y Tufsor d r

80 Sot, La E .r:5:: : have numbers ending in 5 or 0. Vepa= !0 r r !! Smith d

'CI _. The lowest 0 II
and 'aa odd numbers are In the West, the IIi
Sacra neato OkIa oma
j cuM1 highest In the East. For example, I-5 ("I" stands for Albuquerqui i Amorilfo !0 1/Menial .

fronaatsco e 1S Dearer "Interstate") runs north and south along the west O e On 30 Littte Rock 1a

8 Coq 10 Griia 10 coast from San Diego, Calif., to Bellingham, Wash. Las Crueee I Oa11a, rI
Fort lJaeCdoq 20 F art Worth
O Las 1-95 follows the east coast from Miami, Fla., to ' Monroe Jacksoa{ .
S Ye Ji as Houlton, Me El Poto Yw5>
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Santa Be f ville, nay 1-90 crosses the nation in the north be. San !D Oriwni
Monica Fao 10 Antonio 1 ouston
s Aibuquergpg tween Seattle, Wash, and Boston, Mass .
Sea Dieo Phoeatx a Circular connecting belts around cities use three- 3S 10 Go reston

S Case 1 e t digit numbers made up of the main route number 17TSptl

10 IO with an even-number prefix. For example, a circumferential LOnd rP 1 Christi I

ti. Los Cntcee section of 1-80 would be 1-280. Radial !1
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". "s ". '.. ......."_"'X"'_.:_.._,.............;.. ." ;...;......,.... io 1." '.o "" Y"" 'P'. .... .Staff ,Writer Century poet and essayist, Ralph Waldo Emerson.

,... ro. ;. r. ; j i' i' \ After seeing the letter, Murphy, without delay,
4rU' :,. f ., i ( ', U' Concord, Mass. f t.',' .; I began an intense four mouths of delving, quection-. ':)

v,. .. rly.t! :!tt: : 1 e 1.. Hr May 17, 1870 |a'Y} log,in and the investigating.March issue The of the result authoritative an article journal appearing ,' ,.

\ Walter H. Murphy, Lakeland's city librarian, American Literature,
EASTERN UNITED STATES > ; ., .Jif! ; ,' looked at the Concord date line on a yellowing let- unanswered INI
ter, then to the closing signature of Ralph In this article Murphy clears up
quickly
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. J\ I ; Waldo Emerson, and,realized he had something questions about Emerson,
.. :tj' recorded
.; findings.
.. : Lakeland book collector, Irving Levy, had
7= 'c ,' 4 'f. known the value of the letter for some time, and First of all, Murphy
. IInnsp found his Harvard
't Emerson
Holmes'
belief that
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\ ont day last summer decided to call Murphy to
\ o lecture series, of 1868-1870, "cost him a great
.. .\..'. \ . deal of labor"
.1$1
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. f ; /U This letter says just that And also, it tells its
F )_, .P't..A-- recipient, J. R. Leeson, "the delivery and prepara
/ tion of these lectures absorbed six days of the week
SetuesMMI 'y+ J.1wt61ry A nd and restricted visits! and visitors."
Emerson's letter to Leeson also has a "finders- t
keepers" slant to it. Irving Levy, who bought the
letter in 1955, also gives the book interesting history
1 .
/qrv IL Ulic. 91 : /l .. L u iwM.d Levy, who has his Lakeland home filled with .
is s gilt-edged, beautifully! bound, rare books, was on
tebte. An.' ..itod'b a book safari in New York's book stall section when .fIM
r r -J / .. r he found the letter. Accidentally, as Levy browsed
MdN a rIN r.f Hrla 'd dal midNq through books on New York's 4th Ave, he found a
94 i r"JLU ,,,., - first issue of the first edition of Emerson's Essays.jti i
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Jle_ 94 0 .t. # .e. The book, having been published in Boston in 1841,
ilk.a / O lei t was amidst an insignificant clutter of $1 to $3 books.
' rants d.l. rya p Hnai1Qa.pyN / zlbw zI'Jrl '' Inlaid was this same Emerson letter.
.of(.r Recognizing he could buy the book for a small

... /! ,,,,., fee, he wasted no time. Although Levy hesitates,
J c4._.: "" r/ rP"- and looks slyly, before he brings out the real surprise
he proudly tells the book, and the inlaid let i
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-. iY. ter, cost him exactly $2. Last year in a famous London
G.la br. fir r II.. .. r r-r"" / Z auction, an Emerson letter, alone, sold for $168.
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ed aAn W> X W I will present a ihow this afternoon next to last show of the season April U.
QUICK FROZEN SQUARE CUT SHOULDER on the south ilde of Lake '
the'MOIl I Jt JK 1 X JnPARTS Holllngsworth at 2 o'clock. ; -t''F 1

The show will be based on a
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Ohl<< the water ballet, shoe skiing I By JOHN M. TAYLOR Director he could not avoid establish
time BREASTS, DRUMSTICKS OR THIGHS barefoot riding, jumping, and Lakeland Duplicate Bridge Club ing the iamond king in dummy -
Lomb Lb. 39 trick riding. giving South a stuff and
cats Chops. I Drivers for the show will be NORTH or
1 Charles Dees, club president, A JIM ruff . in either case giving
% South a discard for the heart
V.i I and Don Roberson. Chairman -
for this. season is Jackie. Cliett +-KI5% loser.
; I *-: Joins Select Group
K TOP VALUE STAMPS;
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KEEP UP Mrs. Frank Stapor of Winter
'''YouPivate' Nest tag"SAVE L 4-Q 4-K5 Haven has Joined the Select -
i I Pound WITHTHE V-KJ87JJ-10874 .--AJt- group of Polk County play
ers who have won the "Little
situ 7c ASST. COLORS NORTHERN JUMBO -QS 4A1038443SOtmi Slam" award. Mrs. Stapor won
frog three consecutive in
M1Nr TIMES! games
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Ion proven highly satisfactory She won in Lakeland games
SAVE GREEN.GIANT SPEARS OF The above hand providedrare
C 6c : and era being used with her husband and with
" :. on ell types of new con unanimity of bidding but. Mrs. C. W. Walker of Winter
of for N S
wide disparity play
too Asparagus. 19c struction. Haven. She teamed up with
pairs at a recent duplicate
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nor llmhTluaelore All Mrs Tom Bates of Lakeland to
bridge game in Bartow
win in Bartow.
'i N-S pairs reached a 45 con-
SAVE ', DIXIE DARLING RYE Mrs. Jim Nicholls of Lake-
levels of
tract after various
I ; '1 L land won the "Trophy Series"in
club openers by the East play-
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Biend 'f.' lOc ers. Only John Grieshelmer of Lakeland. The second place
Lock award went to Mrs Theo
Lakeland and Miss Theo
corc Walts of Lakeland. Other
( AMON">w" wood of Bartow, sitting South. point
i SA\tI.- DIXIE DARLING CIN I to winners were Mrs C. W.
hand
played the, correctly
,' 8 P. art A make the contract. Thompson Lakeland, 3rd. j
wttL \ IF l' fame and Mrs Duane of ,
\ Surgeon
\r Ma 33c 1 The opening lead from West' i
kit FuhIs e e -. Ii ,1 j .. l'\,, fl. was always the club queen. Lakeland and Mrs. Elmo Hoffman
of Iowa, tied for 4th
,I- East Won his ace and returnedhis
\ ... ,,; Other winners in the Lakeland
singleton! heart. The pair
wl; Awning Window I of alert declarers realized that masterpomt game that
/71 Limit.Two Of Your Choice CRISCO ASTOR East would not voluntarily brought Mrs Stapor her award
were Mr. and Mrs. William
I lead away from the heart kingIn
Dancy of Lakeland The after-
this situation. They immediately
won the heart ace and noon masterpoint game in
} and club Winter Haven was won by
cashed the spade ace ,
I Mrs. Dancy and Mrs. Bates
king. The next plays were vital
w.ro C and by the Winter Haven teamof
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oz. They ruffed the club Jack In Mrs. Robert Welsh and Mrs.
Ii.p" SIZE SIZE I dummy and led a small diamond Otis Porter.

29c I East ducked, South won Championship Event
heal the and ducked a diamond -
SAVE queen
SAVE I to East's Jack. East The eight team, two session,
Polk County, "Team of Four"Club
acof IOc IOcFROZEN could cash the trump king, but
i I II Championship event was
Jalousie WindowReplacement tt se.n.a.ess won by two teams that included -
players from, Winter Haven
ttr1., Of Today plus a winter resident of Lake-
tt land and a newcomer to Win
Present Windows :I ter Haven. The two teams that I

ala' In Our FOODS Made Without In tied for first with 60 per cent ..
b i games were* Doug Hall Alex .:
GREEN GIANT Change Of HistoryBy Steinberg, and John Taylor,
a PRODUCEDEPT. Cmm. Style,Wklt Ktnlal LIBlY'S fROZEN PINK 01 REGULAR Opening Size all of Lakeland, plus Robert
n THE ASSOCIATED TRESS Thornhill of Winter Haven and (

v CORN I Today is Sunday April S, the Ted Harland, newcomer to '.
LEMONADE 96th day of 1964. There are 270 Winter Haven, Mrs. J. G. \
e Or CREEN 61ANiPEAS days left In the year Wood of Winter Haven, Mrs.
0ry :, Today's highlight In history: V.D. Flesher of Lakeland, and y
L ':1 On this date In 1614. the Indian Mrs. Elmo Hoffman, a winter t
r x chiefs daughter Pocahontas resident of Lakeland. i
: i] '' was married to English colonist These two teams will represent '
s IOe : John Rolfe In Virginia. Polk County In the state
I Can IDelI..lt r I Whether the story of her saving : finals in Ft. Pierce on April
I Six the life of Captain John 25.26.Tied.
I Your Cholet Smith is true Is uncertain Butit I for 3rd In the event
t Is true that she married were two teams: Mr and Mrs.
Rolfe had a son, Thomas Jim Nicholls and Otto Rice, all
"" McKENZIE HorixontalSlidcrWindow Rolfe. and later became the of Lakeland, with Mrs. J P.
a fKui.cnBlockeye I reigning bell of London so Tyner of Plant City and Judge
.' ciety. Her son returned to Virginia and Mrs, Robert Staufer and
Peas 39c and from him a numberof Mrs. H G. Morris of Winter
the state's first families Haven with Mrs Theo Waits of
Florida Vine Ripe SINGLETON FROZEN GREENHeadless trace their descent. Lakeland

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game
Shrimp On this date
TOM.II TOES resume tonight at Morrison'sCafeteria
I In 1621 the Mayflower sailed after last Sunday's
on its first return
trip from
i Easter break.All Sunday night
Plymouth to England
I In 1939, Italian and games are series games with
German
six series In progress at the
army leaders conferred in Innsbruck
C BETTY CROCKER Austria, same time. Here are the play

2 Ibs. 49 Sweet r Buttermilk{ ,9A1RYBISCUITS Italy's occupation preparing of Albania.for ers who"bonus have won the' indicated far:
In 1941. the British I points so
;PEPT, i I'Addis Ababa, Ethiopia.captured. I Mrs. Waits, 195.; Mrs. Niche
oils, 183. Mrs. 1.07
'I In 1942 the Japanese broke ; Dancy ;
'through Gen. Jonathan Wain- Doug Hall of Lakeland, 106;
CRISP MILD Single-Hung 'wrlght's lines on Bataan Peninsula Mrs. Thompson 92: William
8 tL c.. C GOLDEN CORN Oil Window Dancy, .46; Robert Thornhill,
8 i In 1955, Winston Churchill of Winter Haven ,33; Jim
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: GREENCabbage SECTIONS i There will be a masterpolnt
Ek 29c EASILY tIMOVAILI I * game In Winter Haven on Wednesday

Lb.6c SCREENS Ten years ago President night. A "Trophy Se-
fULLY WUTHUJT1IWD Dwight D. Eisenhower, In a ries" Starts In Bartow on
radio-television address, told Thursday night The series will
PHONE
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Del Monlcg Thin Dry RI.ech NBC Rita ESTIMATESFINANCING I bomb would not be used on and will exclude masterpoint
CLOROX Lestoll US. Initiative but warned Russia games There will be trophiesfor
Lestaire Crackers
Spaghetti it risked ruin If it started the best Bartow player and

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COMPANYMU points along the Eastern sea series with non-Bartow play
6.3141 board had increased as much ers, and non-resident players
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ed aAb I will present a show this after]I next to last show of the 19.
QUICK FROZEN SQUARE CUT SHOULDER noon on the south aids of LakHoUingsworth
theMoal FRYERPARTS at 2 o'clock. M r\ '< '''/'PCMK 1

wort US.' Lamb Boast. Lbe 2ge television The ihow theme wUl,be with based the on various I- 'Br dgelirB ftHI1 I

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hereatte television shows. I { .
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QUICK FROZEN SQUARE CUT SHOULDER Included m the show will be ; : ; :
OhU the water ballet, shoe skiing, JOHN M.TAYLOR, Director he could not avoid establish
tim BREASTS, DRUMSTICKS OR THIGHS barefoot riding, jumping, end Lakeland Duplicate Bridge Club ing the diamond king In dummy
Lomb th.39c trick riding. or giving South a stuff and
Chops.
Drivers for the show will be NORTH
calsV I Charles Dees, club president. A JIM ruff . in either case giving
discard tor the heart
I and Don Roberson. Chairman V-Q1M! South a
for this season_ is Jackie! ,Cliet 0-K1J2 loser.

KI : 'lOP"" 'lAL'sJAMp) : I WEST *-l EAST Joins Select Group

KEEP UP Mrs Frank Stapor of Winter
''four )>rtote Net Egg" .-Q .-KS Haven has Joined the select
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of Polk
I -10874 .-AJIQS group County play.
WITHTHE
the "Little
ers who have won
situ SAVE 7c ASST. COLORS NORTHERN JUMBO + 4o10I8f41SOlTJ'H Slam" award. Mrs Stapor won
froiib .,bM three consecutive games In
PkG, TIMES! A-A107mA4
trt Lakeland and Bartow AU
brli T owe I s. lhnIt nr.. IOe r "r, .-
''tie j ,, Aluminum Windows ore .-Qt4JUT three wins were in highly com
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i. petitive masterpoint games
''Ion x, proven highly satisfactory She in Lakeland
SAVE 6c GREEN GIANT SPEARS OF w The above hand provided won games
C M and or* being used with her husband and with
"Vi 1GVi f ; ,: on all types of new con rare unanimity of bidding but Mrs. C W. Walker of Winter
too Asparagus ':1. 1ge .,, struction. wide disparity of play for N-Spairs Haven. She teamed up with
at a recent duplicate
hat Until Tkru ; >" : bridge game in Bartow. All Mrs,Tom Bates of Lakeland to

SAVE \ii- DIXIE DARLING,,, RYEBiend # '>' r .,, '''tie + .,., 1+ N-S pairs after reached various a levels 4S contract of. win Mrs In. Bartow Jim Nicholls of Lakeland

I 'I club by the East players won the "Trophy Series"in
M openers
f. Iw
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Ewe l ASA1 \ Lakeland. The second place
I Only John Grieshelmer of
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I award went to Mrs Theo
V cot Lakeland and Miss Theo Lock-
Waits of Lakeland. Other
.{ cuy, : "t wood of Bartow, sitting South, point
i.- DIXIE DARLING CINNAMON + winners were Mrs C, W
played the.hand correctly to

iWI nil{ Buns .> 1 :: 33e' "f make The the opening lame lead contract.from West Thompson andjMri. Duane of Lakeland Surgeon, 3rd ofLakeland ,
Hoff
and Mrs. Elmo
the club
.t was always queen.
1 or v !-" man of Iowa, tied tor 4th.
v ...t00' East Won his ace and returned
Other winners in the Lake.
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g'L \. .rt:' his singleton heart The pairof land masterpoint game that
Awning Window alert declarers realized that
/ j UmJ't.Two Of Your Choice CRISCO ASTOR East would not voluntarilylead brought Mrs. Stapor her award
were Mr. and Mrs William
away from the heart kingIn
of Lakeland. The afternoon
f'B. Dancy
this situation They Immediately '
won the heart Ice and masterpoint game in
1 Winter Haven was won by
cashed the spade ace and club ,
Mrs and Mrs. Bates
Dancy
WI vital
king The next plays were
ro 24 C 24 C and by the Winter Haven teamof
01. 01. in Mrs Robert Welsh and Mrs
h.pI i They ruffed the club Jack
SIZE SIZE dummy and led a small diamond Otis Porter.

... East ducked, South won Championship Event
htet the and ducked a diamond
SAVE queen
SAVE The eight team, two session,
to East's Jack East
.l Polk County, "Team of Four"Club
acof: 10e 10c'FROZEN could cash the trump king, but Championship event was

Jalousie WindowReplacement iron by two teams that Included
tb' players from, Winter Haven
tt I Of TodayIn plus a winter resident of Lakeland i
tt and a newcomer to Winter ,i'
Present Windows !I Haven. The two teams that
IIa' In Our :FOODSUBBYS Made Without tied for first with 60 per cent i
b games were: Doug Hall, Alex tStelnbera
GREEN GIANT Change Of History and John Taylor,
I PRODUCEDEPT Oo,m Stylo or WkeloKonuJ 1 FROZEN PINK OR REGULAR Opening Size all of Lakeland, plus Robert }
n By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Thornhill of Winter Haven and I

v CORN Ii Today is Sunday, AprU S, the Ted Harland, newcomer to {
Or CREEN LEMONADECan 96th day of 1964 There are 270 Winter Haven, Mrs. J. G, j
c GIANT Wood of Winter Haven Mrs
I days left In the year.
v D. Flesher of Lakeland, and
0l PEAS I Today's highlight in history: 1
0t ; On this date in 1614. the Indian Mrs. Elmo Hoffman, a win.
chiefs daughter Pocahontas ter resident of Lakeland. I
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'I M II' was married to English colonlst These two teams will represent ,
rI JPC r John Rolfe In Virginia Polk County In the state (
1t 1a IDeYour : Whether the story of her saving finals in Ft. Pierce on April '
the life of Captain John 23-26.
It Cholc. Smith is true Is uncertain Butit Tied for 3rd in the event
is true that she, married were two teams: Mr and Mrs.
r Rolfe, had a son, Thomas Jim Nicholls and Otto Rice, all
"iii+ "' McKENZIE FROZENBlackeye HorizontalSliderWindow Rolfe. and later became the of Lakeland, with Mrs J. P.
t ,y' I reigning bell of London so Tyner of Plant City and Judge :

".i... = ':.. Peas 39c defy Her son returned to Virginia and Mrs. Robert Staufer and
and from him a numberof Mrs H. G. Morris of Winter
the state's first families Haven with Mrs Theo Walts of
Florida Vine Ripe SINGLETON FROZEN GREENHeadless trace their descent. Lakeland.The .

I it * Sunday night, "continu
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On this date
TOMA TOES resume tonight at Morrison's
I In 1621, the Mayflower sailed Cafeteria after last Sunday's
on its first
I return trip from Easter break. All Sunday night

\ \ I Plymouth In 1939. to Italian England and German games six series are In series progress games at with the

C BETTY CROCKER I I bruck army,leaders Austria conferred, in Innr same time. Here are the play.
DA'IRY' preparing for
ers who have won the indicated
2 4 9 S.tltlr esttera'IksiscuiTS 1 'Italy's occupation of Albania. "bonus points," so far:
In 1941, the British
'DEPLGOLDEN 'I Addis Ababa Ethiopia.captured. Mrs Waits, 199. Mrs. Nich-

I In 1942, the Japanese broke oils 183; Mrs Dancy, 107,
'''through Gen. Jonathan Wain- Doug HaU of Lakeland, 106;
CRISP MUDCarrots Single-Hung wrlght's' lines on Bataan Peninsula Mrs, Thompson. .52; William
E .1. Caa C CORN OIL Window Dancy. .46, Robert Thornhill,
Ear 8 : In 1955, Winston Churchill re of Winter Haven .33, Jim
,. Pkg.C MargarinefANCY MICISION ENGINIIMD I signed as British prime minister Nicholls, .31.: Mrs. Stapor, 14:
HEAVY ALUMINUM and Mr Hoffman. 13.
GREENCabbage SECTIONS There will be a masterpoint
29C EASILY REMOVAILI I * gam In Winter Haven on Wednesday
Lb. 6e SCREENS Ten years ago President night A '"[rophy Se
FULLY WIATHIMTHIWD Dwight D. Eisenhower, !in a ries" start la Bartow on
HONE FOR radio-television address, told Thursday night.The series will
FREE the nation that the hydrogen be a "best 4 out of 8" event
D.I Monica ThtnSpaghetti Dry Ilrtxhlestpire NIC tin' ESTIMATES x>mb would not be used on and will exclude masterpoint
CLOROX Lestoil Crackers16.L -' US Initiative but warned Russia games. There will be trophies
FINANCINGMcGinnes : it risked ruin If it started for the best Bartow player and
a war the top out of) .town competitor
Ot. 23' u. OQC 55' 10 01.Slzo. 4ge 41eSiz. I Five years ago the Naval There Is one partnership restriction. -
Pkg. Research Laboratory reportedthat Bartow players must
LUMBER radioactivity In the air at have at least two games in the
I COMPANYMU point along the Eastern sea series with non Bartow play.
6-3Ml board had increased a* much ers, and non-resident players
...- 600 W. Main St. as 300 per cent after the Soviet must have at least one game
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reverting to arbitrary arrests Wade Manufacturing
Corp. of
PEOPLES BANK and detention, confiscation of N. C. the only out-cfFlorida
tlV and denial human' I
tw property of participant, has been in chargeof
rights. I the bank's Interior design
tho Refugees reaching the African and planning. are proud to
ep.v mainland say Zanzibar's revolution Custom-made furniture, dra
Inaugurated with a massacre perles carpeting and pleasing I have done the workon
be two months ago, is In full color scheme all contribute to
swing under a cover of "African what is known in architectural their newbuilding
atm socialism." circles as "Classic Contemporary
'Freedom Fighters' Gathered Architecture .
vi 1.- The I
revolutionary governmentof
.. Zanzibar has gathered Infighten" When the United States began to
cla work the N
"freedom from Mozambique on Panama Canal in
J
1904 almost .
30,000,000 cubic
II South Africa and
yards of earth had
al Southwest Africa. Others seem already been
,removed from the site by the
Jon Lehman
certain to follow as the Island
French Panama Canal
I'll ii fitted out for Its task of sub com
whose efforts to
I pany construct
h and infiltration of the
; version PAINTING
a ,African mainland.. ''a canal collapsed in 18X9 due CONTRACTOR
to a combination of bankruptcy I'6' E. Pork
It I Communist arms and equipment lack of planning and I l Phone MU 6-9M2
tl already have been landed
disease The US
"there, fleeing residents say The French paid the * ** **
Soviet ship Faisabad called at acquire its company holdings.$40000000 to, *** *******

the Island recently to pick up 500 ._
I tons of cloves purchased by the L J J mill[ C'.1f [ '-= ------- -Jour
Soviet government
Before loading the cloves, the
,Faisabad was unloaded in great'
.'secrecy at night. The British
dock foremen were excused most sincere
from the unloading work Almost I ;
I all British Civil servants onN4
island are being asked to CongratulationsPEOPLES .
leave before April 30. :;

THIS MAGNIFICENT NEW I Training Ground Seen
I I Diplomats here, watching the -to _
growing campaign against:
white-dominated southern Africa -
BUILDING IS A MILESTONE ''r; see a Communist-held Zanzibar BANK
as an Ideal spot for train- OF LAKELAND
ing and Indoctrinating guerrillas
.
.' \ I Refugees say the feeling on and our
ON THE
FINANCIAL ROAD TO I the island is that the days of
President Abeid Karume are
I I numbered. Karume, leader of Complimentsto I
the Afro-Shirazl party and a
PROGRESS OF LAKELAND. 'moderate African leader with no __ I
'I Commpnist leanings, has served
as front man for the revolutionaries I I
He issues increasingly severe MORRIS PRITCHARDTHE
I decrees voted by the Revolutionary :I''
Council. I Ii GENERAL

FI RS'" A' SAVINGS AND LOAN i MOBILE MONEY II I CONTRACTORSTEWARDMELLON
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ASSOCIATIONDOWNTOWN Bank of Miami was a Co.
ANHIV RSAAY real homey institution for ai,
while-it operated from a house 5101 I, ,
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St. at >or.u9h Ave
Orange Tennessee
GROVE PARK Crystal Lake Drive at Meadowbrook trailer Tempo, Floo rhone 6264111Mi
But the new bank has a mud.
, LAKELAND, FLORIDA ern building now. The trailer I
j was used until the building
could be completed.

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Primary I


Scheduled TuesdayMILWAUKEE Plan To Abolish Agencies Meets Guarded ResponseBy



Wig. (AP) son. In accepted political-style, PAUL WILLS of the development commission, "If the hotel and restaurant the change in next year's session of state agency directors each;Racing Commission and a few
TALLAHASSEE (AP-A said the development commission commission Is moved
to another
Wisconsin's he mailed invitations pro-I of the Legislature. The appoints. The little others.
traditionally Independent to gov- governor
Republicans
posal to abolish two major had been doing a good Job agency but kept intact, it could
voters, possibly a mil. recognized as potential agencies under direct for the state since he had been do just as good a job that way ernor selected this year would cabinet has no standing law; I The title "little cabinet" distinguishes
lion strong, will give a Southern' candidates, asking them to co the governor and replace them chairman and director, for more as now," he said. be In office by then and it is it is I term merely designatingthe these men from the
operate In the state's GOP primary than three most likely that he would put his agencies. State Cabinet, which refers to
with under
the full
segregationist agencies years.
governor the answer While the Creditable Job Said Done In the board which
the
slots. seven-man
Republicans declined own men Other "little cabinet" agencies exercises
I
In Tuesday's presidential 1 Wallace popped in with Cabinet met I rather guarded "The Impact of the commission Riedel said that he felt the The two posts are among the include the Motor Vehicle Com-' virtually all the executive
primary to hu plea for support out invitation. officials reaction most today concerned.The among the. state moved is too important to be agency had been doing a creditable handful that make up the so-'mission, Road Board, Industrial authority in the state govern- ,
about
against a slate pledged solidly After an unsteady start the or to be discussed job during the past three called "Little Cabinet a group Commission, beverage director, merit. ,
to President Johnson's admin- segregationist governor found plan by Rep. Mallory without proper and due consid- years In regulating Florida'sthousands - - --- ---------1
istration. some audiences apparently receptive -Home of ,Tallahassee, speaker eration," Jarrard said of motels, hotels,
The outcome stands to define to his view that state's of the House would break up However, he said he would be apartment houses and restaurants
causes rather than presidential rights are being trampled by the State Development Commis--"glad to offer the benefits of our )I
campaigners John sion and abolish the State Hotel experience to the
Rep. W. the federal government and thee committee The proposed reorganization
Byrnes of Gren Bay heads th legislation pending in the Sen Commission I studying the revision proposal, plan, under study by a legisla-
only slate entered on the Republican ate should be titled a "civil The tourist promotion work-of and to cooperate because our interest tive group headed by Rep. Wei-, /EOPLES
ballot. It Is uncom wrongs bill." the development agency wouldbe is to do the best we can born Daniel of Lake County,
mitted.A merged with the regulatorywork for the state of Florida. would be the biggest since the BANK
democratic scrap between 'Lks' Cited of the hotel commission in Robert Riedel, head of the Cabinet post of agriculture com
Wisconsin Gov. John W Reynolds Reynolds said Wallace "lied" one new agency, the business State Hotel and Restaurant missioner was reorganized six c9
and Alabama Gov. GeorgeC. about the civil rights measure. promotion work of the development Commission said "continuity years ago.Presumably.
Wallace has developed into And Democratic State Chairman commission would be- has been one big problem and neither Jarrardnor OF LAKELAND
an undeclared referendum on Louis Hanson identified come a new agency. maybe this plan promises to do Riedel would still be In
the federal civil rights bill and Wallace's supporters as "right Wendell Jarrard, current head.something about it" charge when the time came for ...
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at least a light test of President wingers and kooks.
Johnson's prestige I Everybody's against me but I
Slate the people," Is Wallace's retort Z; /
Pledged To LBJ The Alabama governor claims.I
Reynolds heads a slate of national that if he gets "any" votes it':
convention delegate can- will give pause to party platform I Our '''sr In, to this
didates pledged to cast Wiscon framers in both political I bringing communitythe
sin's 46 votes for Johnson In parties and show the President
the Democratic National Con and his administration that I
vention. "good people everywhere are most complete facilitiesin
The governor counted on sick and tired of federal meddling -!
being an unopposed favorite ," Ii .
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Custom Decor To





Makes Peoples PEOPLES BANK 4/5V 0

COMFORT CONDITIONED a,
'Restful' BankThe

of Lakeland ; WITH ;

utmost in custom design Chinese, French provincial and'
and decor assure that the American primitive decorator I'
Peoples Bank will be a restful
effects make for a homey at, their
on magnificentnew
place to do business in-or to
work In.Even mosphere in a friendly bank. I
the data processing ma-: Predominant colors, be.ide'l building. We wish TRANEOOAIR

chine departments have I, the restful wood.browns and them continued
I success
sound ,
spongy wall-lining.-deadening acoustical tans, seem to mauve or orange-
red and aquamarine. Who said
Thick, custom: pile carpets
and other acoustical treatmentsof banks can't be colorful? I
walls and ceilings assure a
restful atmosphere in each service CONDITIONING EQUIPMENT
department for customer Shrine Club Sets I
and clerk alike.Atmosphere.
Evident Shrimp Boil Electrical Contractor

A modern, living room-like At Mulberry PoolThe
is evident in work
atmosphere I

with and darts customer-waiting of color In furnitureor areas, hold a Lakeland shrimp boil Shrine at Club the Mulberry will Uii tID f i!:
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decorations subdued pastel against background a mutedor and Pool their at 5 p wives.m., ,for WilliamW. members ! ; E. J. MADER Inc.

Touches such as cherry-wood Read, first vice president
panelling; modern sunburst!announced yesterday. Phone 6865856P.O.
chandeliers; "coln-medalhon" George Fouts. past president\ 947 S. Florida Ave. Phone 686-217B
wall-divider effect; teak or plastic jof the Lakeland Shrine Club, Is Box 595 Kathleen, Flo.

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Bartow SetsHearing
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o' I1 ',,',' CHECK THEM NOW! ', New Budget

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M.
... on the budget proposed for
Ana;' Bartow's 196443 fiscal year Isscheduled
cull \ as part of tomorrow 11'r
land! \;, #1..... night's city commission meeting

voted a wU ,; \ .
Commissioners have been
,
Almine studying the budget since City
( JBLAST OFF Manager C R. Odom presentedt
ptstPresl
\ a month ago and some possible
revisions are expected to
come be brought out tomorrow night
disc,
and.f 1cir ---with Polk Federal Tax Not ChangedAs 1 Y ,
Hlfheld presented to Odom the 1 S 4TM
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budget totaled 12.532,113 basedon w
wou7) the same eight-mill tax levy
world, now in effect in the county teat
launch of sovings
: your program
that'
town. Before the budget was
err t.t NOW ot Polk federal and swing submitted, commissioners, with

from tt .) I ) into a new orbit of financial prog Mayor H. Cecil Moore speak .. s,
But j ng the loudest had repeated.
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NOW the time to transfer
pene- ress is Iy opposed a two-mall tax cut
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funds to Polk Federal without loss budget was
i $430,000 less than the fiaancla
A ,., ? of earnings. Save by the 10th figures for the current fiscal
r
reading 1 t . earn from the first! See Polk rear, which end April JO.I .
I Odom told commissioner .
caUIl J Federal soon! 'hat the cut was brought about
era by the failure of the 196344
Itrikn revenues to reach their expect. NIRYI CIMTtlt-tnc4int; < prfin end. ......i... .* the ,.."e4 ..r, yi .i"fc.ri Missles On ed levels. pn..T chocks end fiscal| 4 apes.Ion tt :; L SEE The However Moore has said he > MM Ion, suns cc.,*,, wise checks ...< ......it dips est
) till would like to see the twomill -

or ed the'tJo aAir. IF1)Y Display In Our Lobby! slack tax :revenues reduction taking with cigarette up the


Moss'

won U.S Aher.: : Beginner's Dog

Obedience Class $ mf a r
X '
atte'Ohk
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Set -
time Tuesday .
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cats ,
A beginner' dog obedience
v. Mining course sponsored by the
Parks and Recreation Depart-
lent of the of i
City Lakeland,
is '
k.In will start Tuesday. :' , .
a' v r.
'T-, 1t- I The course will consist of nine cM 4
classes to be held at 7 r
p.m. < !
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every Tuesday at Hangar 2 atigertown. ,
:.. The instructor for '4
situ 1- _._.... the course will be Gene Filar. 1
I Iron do of Mulberry There will be J
.ib! a fee of $10.Requirement. 1i i
brie I are as follows:
!det PUI/fIEUE/lAf SAYlHGJ.r Dog owner must be 16 years of t rs '. .'c:, .. .. v
Ion age! ; must be registered no lat-
CI"W er than second lesson to gradate I
; large dogs must be 6
tocihaa months old; small dogs must be
10 months old, all dogs enrolled y +,${ dv 4A
must have a license tag. 1Ii
Dog owners must adhere to aIi.t
I of regulations which will be
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y.'con Carl w o tit t lllll", 4u';70;; e. C $ S the lesson.dog, will attend the first A

uoo S. FLORIDA AYE -- COLONIAL EOlNESonus. Diplomas will be presented at w

111\4 with .- rasa r,.r the attendance end of the and course the dog's based abilityto on DATA PROCESSING SOftTIR-A whirr if f.".'........1,kt n.ticxed.4 ....NFI for Hi f...tttK-tM.J .psr.Hs ... 1,500 poG
,) work ... mckir.ry that ...IT Htknici ii cuM undtnMiiJ. sass checks ch.cki pee minute. (Ledge Photo By Harper> ,
hetgLf -" aWe *.......IIy. presses cad pens lid.., ....... cad sees the ...|. |Ii =-ii - - ,-- - ---- altII


, 1 ha'Bo(1 Are Proud To Have Had A -Pan :'Processors Speed I ngratulationsPeoples

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In TheBuilding I
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The Bank of Lakeland
Ilk I Peoples Data processing sorters,
,pas I Polk County's largest matic bookkeeping '' BankOF I '
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bank, has assets of than
J more It'
encoding, proofing and
hoar I i$59 million. I II
sorter numbering
of I The bank Is a member of) the
so I Federal Deposit Insurance Cor; electronically sort the LAKELAND
.poratlon-and uses Lakeland's inous paper work and
OhW only) automatic data processing books more accurately than i
I equipment for speed in serviceto world's best certified public
On Your
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its ,
customers
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thap y. I Customers are assured of ,1 1I

IV Alfred Safety \utmost accuracy that We at Builder's Cabinet
be modern electronic record Shop role great \

t "p""e4T r ;Officers In ins machinery! and pride in the part we were able to ploy in 1n
al equipment can bring about. I IHere's
m the construction of this new bank.'

vic I;Tampa Meetings Lesson n

I LAKE ALFRED-Three Lake
01 Alfred public safety officers On Planning : Builder'sCabinet
Isal I journeyed to Tampa yesterday I
I HoneymoonLONDON
I-: I I Inc.
I'llhi Chief Safety Officer 0. A. Lewis (AP) Shop, ,
r and assistants Elmo Robbins life is off to a sort of a
a I and James Arbuthnot start for Robin and Gillian New Tampa Hwy ph. MU 6-5147
n: Demonstrations) of actual exploding tat They leave Saturday
tI bombs and other detonations car, ssenger,ship for a j
f i filled the day along eymoon in the Canary
I with lectures by experts in the along with a load of
THE
NEW HOME FORPEOPLES best way to handle emergencies: Trouble Is, as they found
posed by belligerent strikers or too late, the vessel has only
I individuals who threaten popu- gle cabins and Robin. 23,
lated areas with bomb-srares, Gillian. 20 have one apiece

real...or--Imaginary._ __ _ opposite ends of the ship

BANK CongratulationsPEOPLES 'Ii't II



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BANK OF LAKELANDWe
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H. L. CUSTER INC. have in beautiful building ployed New the a part their OF New LAKELAND Home. I



Peoples Bank . another are pleased that we
RESIDENTIAL & COMMERCIAL
' symbol of Lakeland's I helped in the building
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By FRED COLEMAN ada'a I...rrrrrr...rrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrb2gkcliu1q
OtTAWA "baby bonus. !for immigrant families and for[Children's shoes doubled.
(AP) Two men I Canada pays monthly checks Individual payments to children
both 38, work at the tame machine The man who guided the program -
They let the tame sal toward the support of children awaiting adoption. through Parliament was a

Iry, but one has $24 extra a under 16.Twenty. Cynics Jeered bachelor, Liberal Prime Minis / Faith in the Future!

month to lpend. One ii a back years ago critics When Parliament approvedthe ter W. I_ Mackenzie King. .
elor while the other has three dubbed this family allowance program In 1944, cynics pre-' This
children and can note that thu program "the diaper dole" and dicted papa would spend the year another Liberal
IS the 20th anniversary of Can called it a brazen political bribe monthly windfall for beer and prime, was minister forced, Lester B. Pearson
to
beat down
to win '
'I votes. I mama for a new hat. There was'
two no-confidence
motions In I
New Catholic 7 Per Cent Taken talk of Indians buying raisins( Parliament demanding higher
and yeast for a monthly batchof
family allowances.
His
Today the program takes homemade hootch. govern
about seven I ment now plans to extend bene-
cents out of
Social I dollar spent by the federal every During 194, the first year of fits of $10 a month to students
gov allowances, milk consumption I l6-IB remaining In school This1
ernment. It Is part of Canadian
Worker Here'life; no politician dares i Increased by 40 million gallonsa !will cost $43 million more a Our Best Wishes to
suggest
month. .
any change except an Increase. ., ...Monthly. production ofi riyear.Congratulations --
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for A the new Polk Catholic loclal worker Another As It stands boost now is due, the this program year i"i, PEOPLES BANK of LAKELAND
County area has
been added to the staff of the I pays J8 a month to help support to -
Catholic Charities each child under 10 and S8 for --- -
Bureau
re
children
gional office--In 10-18 The government
Mrs. Cllrollnel.ewll Tamoa. mails 26 million, checks, made PEOPLES BANK
I Curran lout' mostly to mothers, for $AS !
I
will be headquartered million. They go to support 67 R

million children, over a third of I 1 t; 1
at y ,Canada's i We Art Proud To
Sante Fe Catholic .t population. The average
payout is $16.67. Hare
High Parents of Designed and Installed
School whereshe I a child born today
willworking be 'can expect at least $1.296 In Your Interior and Exterior
Monday monthly payments by the time
throughFriday he is 16 SIGNS AND GOLD LEAF 0.
morn Regardless of income, all parents
ings. and guardians are eligible
for checks if they have
custody
worker new is a CURRAN of the child and maintain his DOUGLASS SIGNS Inc.
,
support if the child meets ,
I graduate of Winter Haven HighSchool school attendance
requirements
and of Barry College,
Miami. She accepted a Diocesanscholarshin' I and if he does not hold a full 27)5 Now T.mM Hwy. (hone 616.1159PEOPLES 6
time job. Provisions are made I
to Catholic University
of America In Washington'
D.C and graduated there in

1952 with a master's degree in We're happy to have played a part in
social work.
Mrs. Curran an active memo i adding to the beauty and utility of

ber in the Lakeland CatholicWomen's BANK L this ultra-modern banking
Club, and past treasurer
of the organization Is mar. ',: . structure.
ried to Norman ,
F. Curran and '
has two children. TV family I.a is OF LAKELAND :; -J,'.' 'tJ "" ,
member of St. ,.' : "
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to Child Welfare work. MAKES A GIANT STEP FORWARDAnd { csi

Mrs. Curran will be Interviewing .,"' "
couples who are interestedin '-:'J.'J'I
adopting a child or children. i i
it gives us a warm feeling of satisfaction
She will also be seeing families S to :

,who.will board a child or children have been selected for installing Peoples Bank "I"'t


I range The from ages infants of the to teen-agers children roof in 1926 and again in 1964. . after 38 years. i 'Ji

and they may need a home for
a few weeks, or months, and

sometimes" years. )I I florida tile industries, inc.

Yellow fever and malaria
were the two main obstacles to FLORIDA SHEET METAL WORKS ;

building the Panama Canal ,\
About one out of every three
American workers came down LAKELAND FLORIDA
with yellow fever and about SO 812 W. Main Lakeland
per cent of these died of It. In
two years General William 11'L.\
Gorgas eliminated yellow fever Sine If24 : .. ___......._.::1--- ---

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RONALD A. TRUMBLE J. D. KEENER THOS. H. BLACKMON M. C. WETHERINGTON


GENERAL MANAGER JOB SUPERINTENDENTS. ESTIMATOR





We Deeply Appreciate This. Contract And Wish To Thank And Commend



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I-il National Boys'. Club Week SlatedNational !

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Boys' Club Week will kinds of novelty games contests jump, Softball throw. football Dr. Jere Mats will be In
be observed this week beginning and races in the games throw, and relays All events charge cl the physicals and
,
today and ending Satur room gym, and outdoors on will be run In the various age will have many other outstand

day.The the playground groups, and each boy will compete log doctors of the city to assist t ? 4t
Lakeland club will have "Open House and Parents More than '
a full week of special activities, Day" will be Tuesday and will against boys his own age the examinations. + '
with each day being named for feature bicycle races and othersin At night starting at < o'clock 700 boys have taken advantage
special events for the day the afternoon, and parents there will be a "Hot Dog Night" ot these free exams In the past 4 f r 1.r.
i Today is designated as "Go will be Invited to the annual' pet for all members in good stand 2 years. . a ;
t To Church or Sunday School show at night. starting at 7:15.: ing for 1964. The hot dog Thursday night will be spentin
will be followed by a
AU club members are urged to night
Day The club will not have and contests
IL any special function on this day. enter a pet in the show-dogs. movie cf features and cartoons, "Circus novelty games Days" will be the
of officersfor
rtS L birds, nice along with election
rabbits or
However all members cats
are urgedto the Officers to be theme Friday, at which time
S year
go to the church or Sunday whatever they can round up will be
IJ. will be Judge, the track and field meet
elected mayor. a
will and can be entered In the
School of their choice on this
finished In the afternoon session.
fire chief, and com-
J. show There will be prizesfor police chief |
day and to strive to make It pet The night program will
mIIOMn.(!
.. an every Sunday habit from this winners. In many categories Each member present at the feature a carnival at which ir-
tt( day on. for the show Wednesday movie will vote for time members of the club will '
will
One of the biggest days
i First for the various officers compete In many games of
i'i Variety Day' be Wednesday with the annual his choice I 4
i = Tomorrow will begin the reg track and field meet being held and winners will until serve nextBovs' in skill Saturday will be known as ?
t ular events at the club and in the afternoon starting at an honorary capacity and during the ,
,"Service Day
Week
N r will be known as "Variety 3:30: clock. There will be 50- Club members of the
will be known as morning many
(\ Day," Both afternoon and night yard dashes, 100 yard standing I Thursday and Physical Fitness club will participate In some ,
[ _sessions will be featured by all broad Jump' running_broadService "Health the club and
f1t - Day" The first physical examination sort of service to
.
\sJ will be given free starting the city.
sI Radio TV at 4 o'clock at the Boys' Many directors of the club
I NANCE'S Club. This will be the third will assist in several of the
year for the physicals and this special events of the week, especially .
will be a special time for the during the physical examinations POWU SQUADRON HOLDS DISTRICT MUTING-OOictr* If ,-(. L. M.jfn, SrMl; Rear Ctmminitr Rttoft I. G....., .

r -MOT'OROL midget group, boys I through Executive: Director .f ri* United S..... Paws S....... ire *...* ,hf* .ttn4mfl Hi. Hitfnl, C.n..f District CwomiitJtr Ltli M. ..e.*.", AIV, .ny,
TV STEREO RADIO COLOR TV It, and the Junior group 11 Carl G. Schowe said he anticipates -
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I Civic ClubRoundUp I U. S. Seems Gaining In Battle For African FreedomBy I



ANDREW BOROWIEC time, the former colonizers served against tremendous can Negro now working as a wealth. Moat observers believe\ how.

DAKAR, Senegal (AP) The have considerably hampered odds. They insist the United Peace Corps administrator. He Madagascar's anti-Commu ever, that the Soviets have
United States seems to be gainIng America's freedom of move- States is not trying to replacethe has been traveling in Africa for nut President Philibert Tsiran-]learned by now that nothing Is I
in the battle to win Africa ment In Africa colonial powers. It would 10 years. I ana-a colorful rely.poly figure
I for democracy. But the battle Actions Criticized rather work with them. Carrington feels, however, believes the United States easy in Africa There are signs
Club at Morrison's Cafeteria. : is far from over. Some SuspiciousThis that the racial problem "is the should move faster In Africa. that the Soviets are acting with
I He explained the training of In the last 10 years, during United States actions have biggest handicap for the U.S. more caution In their African
IWTOMA which repeatedly been criticized by has not always been in Africa"Peace Americans Too Slow
,his department and pointed out a new Africa has position I spending, particularly after
one that all officers are informedand emerged, the United States has Belgians in the Congo, French- easy. Some powers long es- Corps Helps "Americans are always too their failures in the Congo and
trained In the fundamentalsof faced tremendous problems. It men In North and West Africa, tablished in Africa are suspi-'I slow," he complains. "What Guinea.
Portuguese In Angola and Mozambique cious. They fear American bus!- The of some 2,000
presence
taking care of Juveniles held has been charged with not doing they do they do well but they
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and by South Africa ness is trying to replace their young American men and women
for Investigation; working with enough, or with doing too much are too slow In realizing what
for opposition to apartheid.The national enterprise.This from the Peace Corps has draining the
Sherwood Smith, administrator the county office under But, say American diplomatsand should be done. When man began
Judge
-,Bowdon Hunt any a number of African states- Soviet bloc on the other Is particularly true In considerably Improved the U.S. Tsiranana says the United region of the Everglades to
at Lakeland General! Hospital thing possible to doing every. men, the result of the U.S. effort hand, has no alliances that hamper former French Africa. French position In Africa. States hould Increase its aid to create farm land for lumber,
spoke at the last meetingof on correct Infringement has been positive. it In Africa. It Is freer to businessmen and officials wantto I I "I wanted these young AmerIcans Africa because "the Chinese, cattle and crops he dealt a
,the Lakeland Sertoma Club. existing laws. The United States has madeno move and generally has been keep control of business enterprises because I was sure It States should increase Its aid to serious blow to the birds and
Smith spoke on the operation He said that under the direc big mistakes. Neither has it supporting all nationalist, anti. while permitting a would help to clarify my peo move In," animals who needed the water
of( the hospital. tion of his department, when had glittering colonialist movements. I share of American investment. ple's image of America and -- -
any successes.
John Matthews, gubernatorial youths under IT yean old are Errors in Judgment and plan African statesmen vow they The United States has also be- would help Americans under-
candidate, will be the main detained, records of violationsare ning have been committed, but will pursue their own course, regardless come a convenient scapegoatfor stand Africa" says Senegal's
the protected and not availableto of the received misfortunes besettingthe President Leopold Sedar
speaker at next meeting of none of them was as stark as money many Seng-
the club. the public.As Soviet blunders in the Conge, from either side.! They promise groping, inexperienced na[hor.Tunisian
he spoke, Sgt. Wallace referred -and Guinea. impressive economic results in tions. President Habib,
JUNIOR to a folder issued by the distant future. In most of Independent Africa Bourguiba has paid a glowing KOPEK
CHAMBEROF Kiwanis International, "You Uphill Battle Fought Both Americans distributingaid however, Americans are treat- tribute to the Peace Corps calling -
and the Law," which was dis- The United States had been and Africans receiving it ed as friends Flareups of anti- It a "genial idea" of Presi- 1( Y
tributed by the Lakeland KI- fighting an uphill battle, handicapped -agree that the process Is a long Americanism have never been dent John F. Kennedy, I
COMMERCIAbout wanls Club to all high school by its own domestic ra one, that in the sleeping giant long-lasting and seldom have On the whole, African leaders -
Juniors and seniors. sgt. Wal- teat problems and the jealousyof which Is Africa today results[done much harm. [ feel the United States should JAX ASSESSOR:
300 persons Jammed the lace complimented Lakeland former colonial powers want, will take a long time. 'Africans have been remark. Increase its efforts on their con
new civic center theater Thurs- Kiwanis for Interest taken ing to keep Africa a private In general, American diplomats ably charitable toward the tinent. They believe that a rich,I
day night to watch Marian Anne through the Boys fc Girls Committee preserve. In Africa feel that U.S. objectives American racial problem," says[developed nation like the Unit
Weeks, 20, daughter of Mr. and Still! American techniciansand I have been reasonably, Walter Carrington, an Ameri ed States should] share Its
Mrs. Charles Dawson of 2330 The speaker was Introducedby businessmen are appearing!
Olney Road, be crowned Miss R. Philip Haddock, program in growing numbers in the
Lakeland 1964. Chairman for last week. steaming equatorial Jungles, the
She won the contest, iponsored parched sands of North Africa
annually by the Jaycees, and along the mistshroudedcoasts. SHOP MONDAY AND FRIDAY TIL 9 P.M., LAKELAND
after four days of competitionwith DOWNTOWN American aid, in various
17 other Miss Lakeland LIONS forms, has been pouring into
aspirants Tonl Gengler Miss clue Africa at the rate of a half billion -

Lakeland 1963, crowned the new dollars a year.
queen. Thus far this has not made
warm and reliable friends of'

State Representative Lawton the African nations. Most of ......
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O Lions Cub He spoke on"What's are not getting enough. ,' p : f(
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We Pick Our Judges?" however, that the aid effort has newest in dining fashion . ..... . .".;"7 .

Don Brewer, president of the succeeded in limiting Commu
Sgt. Harry L. Wallace. Juvenile OK Tire 4 Rubber Co., Denver fist influence in several areas "Whitehall" colored and t-: ":' J I 0llA

] officer for the Lakeland Colo., will be the speaker at The strongly entrenched for. ..
Police Department, was the the next meeting of the club mer colonial powers undoubted. .J- I ; BROTHI.RS
speaker at a Friday noon meeting He will speak on "ProfitsTheLure ly have been a strong deterrentto crystal stemware ,n I f rj r, ';I 'f"lil t Ior.

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Kynes has a proven record of civic and public

service -Vote to keep Kynes Attorney General'

and Governor Farrla nt.Uels I "rmer
been successful
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1. EXPERIENCED Florida Bar.
officer and leader in
state
attorney: has served as pros.ecuting
practicing
attorney and II AtmyCenl 5. LED THE ATTACK ON INDECENT LIT.
of Ftonda. ERATURI: Conceived planned and or an-
CIVIC AND PROFES- ized the first statewide citizen's committee
2. OUTSTANDING for the eradication: of indecent literature in
selected
In 1960, hew.
SIGNAL RECORD: .
Florida
outstandingyoung men In our t ,hkev.
the five
of
one State by the norida Junior Chamber of 6. souND EDUCATIONAL BACK.
Commerce for his achievements in law" gov. 25.ws.Jr the only candidate with \
in Public
ermnent and civic work and I degree
Admml.trat.on in addition to hat law dcret.TlONAL .
3. LED THE FIGHT FOR MORE EBUCA. UNDERSTANDS THE PROBLEMS OF

Chairman fACILITIES of the FOR citizens flORIDA'S advisory 7.THE AGED: He helped organize obtain the Corn'. quilted to the floor i
YOUTH: resulted in creation mission on the Aged and helped pas.of
committee whose work This II lIe of legislation that provided hospital "
Central Florida Junior College. services for the sged. ,--- rayon taffeta bedspreads
baa s
why the Orlando Sentinel said "Kynes 4 : ,
edu atlon It minimum S. RECOGNIZES NEED TO DEVELOP \
the answer to the higher'Champion' ol the Junior STATE'S RECREATIONAL FACILITIES He .. twin size . 8.97
coat. he.I\ s
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RECOGNIZED COMPETENCEI Selected 1983 amendment provide financing for king size . 14.97 t
4. recreational facilities throughoutI'lorida
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r two oventon GovemodleRoy Collins Florida for visitors and home fo1k.a. filled
( Rayon taffeta bedspreads, acetate jumbo \

Is cord welting hem . lusciously stitched from I
record. See why Kynes hem to hem. Rounded corners! White, pink

the..._ bethe. to be your Attorney General.KYNES l. 0 . aqua, gold, toast brown, avocado or royal blue.

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V f APPLiANc/f VALUES .j 11ffl4J By Ledger RONNIE Surf STUART Writer

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i ;f!, ;t Fee System Issue Raised

BARTOW-For the first time Thursday night
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a major Issue in the May 5 primary election made
its way out from under the camouflage of statements
.1 about education, experience, wives children and re

... lUaus Brothers Is ligious affiliations.
Some question may exist as to how valid an
issue it is, but still, several candidates are pledging
tn work to do awav with the' controversial .
AIR CONDITIONER "fee system( of fiscal operation

in some of the county's offices.As .
the campaign-and the accompanying -
i HEADQUARTERSfor charges-become hotter, it is
becoming apparent that the so-called
"fee system" is the source of several
.. erroneous ideas. The most often false
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Lahelund assumptions made against the system,
regarded as obsolete by many are*
r -It. places no. restriction on the
salary of an elected official who works -

Buy your air conditioner now from Moos Brothers' parade of famous under the fee system. STUART
-That official is not responsibleto
t brands . featuring : anyone for the financial affairs of his office, and
j the fee system tends to hide the business matters of

Ambassador Air Conditioner. quiet. cool, clean-America's greatest air condition his office.
ing value'!' -The money often turned over to county com-
-d missioners at the end of a calendar year as "excess
__. Frigidoire Air Conditioner. . comfort by the room-full-a name known the world over! fees" is profit cleared by that particular office dur
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I Friedrich Air Conditioner. . the ultimate In looks and performance powered for ing the year.
The "fee system" does not give an officeholderan
comfort endurance and economy! unlimited salary. The salaries of fee officers, and

I all other elected officials, are fixed by the legisla

C Is. ture.Polk County still has five offices which operateon
I E A BUY NOW . Every Maas Brothers Air Condition the "fee system They are the county judge, who
; ;F$3' ; er is serviced by Maos Brothers ex has a fixed salary of $17,500 per year; the tax assessor -
i Take advantage of Lakeland Pow perts and guaranteed by the manufacturer $11,000, and the tax collector, clerk of the
t'" er's Special Installation Allowance Phone MU 6-1161 and criminal court and cL'k of circuit court each of
I i ;, s sn r, ;, +,},,1,i"" ,r $30 for each 230 volt unity $10 have one o.f. our specially trained! whom is paid $10,000 per year.
I i ; ry f for each 115 volt unit . I.April Air I Conditioner Representatives The financial books of a fee office are audited
recommend the unit best suited for annually by the state auditor, just as are the booksof
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y your home!
all other county offices. Also at the end of the
year, each fee officer files a detailed list of his ex-
penditures with the board of county commissioners.These .
expenditure statements are kept on file
and are a matter of public record.
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This expenditure statement, which also lists all
income is filed at the same time "excess fees" are
turned over to the commissioners. To understand
borr tiI why this is not a profit, it is necessary to thoroughly
I understand the workings of the "fee system."
Each year county commissioners appropriate so
much money to each fee office. This appropriation is
based on how much business that office is expectedto

wash your clothes super-clean . handle during the year.
Lee Gressman the county's finance director, said
this appropriation is figured by allowing a "fee" for
dry them super-fostwith a Hotpoint washer and dryer each document that the particular office is expectedto
,.' process. When anticipating the number of docu.

PORCELAIN automatic i _ _ ments, both the past records of the office and an
1 14-lb. ALL dryer anticipated growth are taken into consideration ac
cording to Gressman.
These "fees" are paid from the county's fine and
i forfeiture fund. .
Sl88 no trode necessary Added to these fees is the money collected from
various persons for services rendered in the fee of
fices. The services include the processing of legal
documents, filing of civil and criminal suits and several
Woshes all fabrics quickly, thoroughly, safely other similar items.
From these two sources of "fees," a fee officer
.Gleaming porcelain inside and out . rustproofDual takes his operating costs for each year, which nor-
I mally include office supplies and salaries for em-
lint filtering system for lint-free clothes I ployes. The number of employes a fee officer may
have is limited in many cases by the legislature.It .
Spiral agitator washes clothes super-clean I is what is left from this combination of fees
that is turned back to the county commissioners as

Convenient, simple push-button controls "excess fees."

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IT DOES NOT SEEM logical that the "fee sys-
tern" should be an issue in upcoming elections be
cause the officials now in office had nothing to do
with setting up the system and because the voters
will have a chance to do away with it with a -
special
e * w .*.... * *_ *_ * * * * ; * * * *] referendum in November.

Candidates who are elected will not take office
until Jan. 1, 1965, and by that time, the voters will
,. have decided whether or not they desire to leave
i ,. __ five of the county's offices under the fee system.

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t TilE REFERENDUM eliminating the "fee sys.
1 tern" and setting up a budget commission may run
1t into some strong opposition some of which may
come from the county commissioners. All county
t offices-including the board of county commissioners -
will have their financial matters handled
through the budget commission.The
present commissioners most of whom ran
as "reform" candidates, are proud of the work they
have done in straightening out the county's financial
system and they just might have some objection to
,' turning this operation over to a five-man board appointed -
by the governor.

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lhftp'Nd, AT THURSDAY NIGHT'S rally, Ralph Rossi!,
who is seeking to defeat incumbent Tax Assessor
James Roden, made the biggest hit with members of
the press corps. He presented each member of the
Fourth Estate with a typed copy of the speech he

23" Ambassador TV \, gave.This was a big help to the reporters who were
faced with the task of taking notes and reporting
.. with AM/FM and FM stereo radio on the speeches of 26 different candidates
15.6 cu. ft. "frost-free"

compare at 229.95 Ambassador refrigerator-freezer Auburndale. To Seek Equal I


sale S177 ALL CHANNEL compare at 499.95sale Consideration For Site

AUBURNDALE-Equal consideration Lakeland are still
considering
!S317 ( for this Lake
city's
their cities strongly in the .
Smart modern cabinet in mahogany or walnut finish Ariana junior college site will running
as the decision
AM/FM and FM stereo radio be sought if the school board hangs in I
Completely frost-free refrigerator and treezer sections + ski a state resurvey, said City the balance until the board
Rich, full high fidelity sound Sensible design, with least used freezer section on bottom Manager Bruce Canova in a meeting

Your greatest value buy at a low, low price I Freezer section holds 190 pounds of frozen food recent informal city commission -

Big 23" overall diagonal measure; 280 sq. in. Twin porcelain enameled vegetable crispers The meeting.Auburndalei argument will tion.The in manatee Florida owes its protec-
to
rectangular picture area A "best-buy" refrigerator-freezer, at on unusual low price be presented at the Wednesday twisting scientific name a tongue.Tri-
meeting of the board he said. chechus latirostris. When the
Maas' Appliances The Winter Haven golf course state legislature was conSider.,
site is favored by the state ing a bill to outlaw killing
committee and Polk County the ungainly water dwelling Of
z PTA, at present, but Auburn. ma.mm"-' I senator
; Oirt41GN't ,16lGr? .' YOU PAY NO MORE AT MAAS BROTHERS AND YOU RECEIVE ALL THE MAAS' QUALITY SERVICESNO dale wants to be up for equal said: "If there is a beast rose With and
grabs if the board rejects the 'any such name in the state
tote survey recommendation. II Florida, It ought to be of
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fREE. pilots'. ground schoolcourse. ,

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Monday April, 6,
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don't mils it! a ,:,,:, fi to seats . you'll agree that they are actually the greatest
This splendid r H l' sofa values you've. ever been offered I!
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professional Instructors. You : " ,. ,J}. TRANSITIONAL STYLES, all reflecting quality construe
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THIS WEEK Lakeland Mil- ,
niclpal Airport will be host to ..
a bevy of young girls The I -
atli
Cleveland Court fourth grade tl.\\c.-: .\ ::- ......e :: :ITffi 1.YJA..lill ,
Camp Fire Girls group under rl : \ ) ... "' Ii
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the guidance of Mrs. Robert I ( 4/1\> .r.; ; ,
Akey will tour the airport and t 11" "......... ' ( I( r '
ij, then be served refreshments at (.. I . .,t\ 1'-/(1 A. .J ; ''' lIf\: :) : ": "'.Jt. ..... ",:.ill 'I
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the Terminal Building restaurant \ 'i (tJ (i ", \. .. 6 l" ;.I: I
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have It Is groups always of youngsters a pleasure visit to 'fj/-: 1.\:s ......t2 r4; !:.. f" -: .

I the airport, for they are the ;"'I r.fo-.i."C'V\ni..tJ1Y.L.: ; ...A..U :' :'LIt ,
II I people of tomorrow who will 11 4L} '' ..
be using it and their under. .
standing of the importance of ,.,\. I\\ _. ........M'O """' ; -: t. .I't .. :-wW :c.P; ?\,3flr\\:'' ..

air transportation will assure _. : IL_" jiO:: (>,. "c'Ja..r \.. ...(.. & ..... .............. -'" .... r' ...
Lakeland future in aviation. : :. ( .. _
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liCE how popular hell .I" ( tl. ,
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copters are becoming in Lakeland J ; .. 1"-
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Jaycee hovering beauty overhead pageant ind parade dropping , ..J7".i't ,;c.r 1 c:. ... Itt

balloons to the spectators 'r "

:,,, If?you want to see a lot of i "' ". ....C.-" .I." : 111 \ ".J"e&.f' ) .1'1I.:0.. ,.. .

.1'MunicIpal copters drive Airport out to and Lakeland look at | ._ ,.' .. '' ., _1 rr.\1 y; .. .. .2I 11'" : _-',I"Q'

,i the rows of them based at Air _' \ . ,-. .
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In fact it is a real good idea I II I I II I ...... -
/ rot to touch any type of aircraft I I'III I I: I.IqJIILL.. I S b I-! j I_... '
P : for there are certainsensitive" :ij I I; I" c ; : i1 1ID1 { ll !=" etL!
areas where pressure > ,;
pushing, tapping and all q .r ..r.' ;; 'dv' I
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do the,will things result some in people damage find and to i ... ...:: !; ..: J I 'P.. t a/L: 't : ( ,..l. J..J.-; I

will find the owners/ can ." ....'." << III" .. ... : (
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also be "sensitive" to( people .
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tlimbing all over their aircraft \ 1 -- ...... .- -...,..< ... I'I!!! : ... 1iol....., ,, .t ..,. .....:. r.II,. .. .T" .'\.. . . _
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about 'copters I" =-...._. I' 1 .
ask the men who work on "'If7- rr ......... .. __ .... ..
them or the men who fly them I .. .. ..r. .' .'R.' ; .' ..."\'> .- .- _... _..:- . : :. ,:
and they will be more than ..dT"" <.1"7.1,. .l2:::;'' \0/'" ', 1. ... U ..-p.; _ + ., .q.CONTEMPORARY ..
happy to show you around ..w. AINCH .PROVINCIAL. .',; EARLY .MIIUCAN TRADITIONAL

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I BEWARE the weary and
short-tempered pilot who some
years ago was trying to makea

I') , a livelihood highway from a hayfield by flying alongsidea passengers look what you can get, for only 99m ,, ''ra

As autos gathered about his

j> flying walked machine around and pinching the curious choose the; size you need from famous Stearns & Foster

,, aircraft thumping a and gentleman poking with at the a extra firm mattresses or box spring set t

I cane alighted from a very fine
motor car and started his Inspection j
by tapping at the r f
found his S S '
wing fabric. When he
cane made a hole In the wing
so easily he poked several ,
more as if he could not believe 99.50 each Sa,-pe. set _
a machine that could soar ,
through the air so swiftly ,

could be so fragile. d
conveyed his :
thoughts Having on the matter to the 39x74 single size mattress and box spring .- T ,

low.burning pilot along witha 54x74" double size mattress and box spring r .

statement that it for did him not 39x80" single long boy mattress and box spring C 'i .
seem strong enough 9
to( ride In, he climbed in his 54x80" double long boy mattress and box spring Y 4 *

car 60x80" queen size mattress and box spring tyres I ,
While he was busy turning x 4b
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en switches finding the choke 78x80" king size mattress, OR 2 matching box springs. 't r s :
and doing the things people
had to do in those days to geta
car going he was startled Stearns and Foster features ore better than ever; the highly tern i ,4 VS

half out of his wits by a nort I pered steel coils; special seat edge construction that prevents side b s I

rible followed sound by of a glass second crashing report. logging; insulospring cushion that eliminates coil feel and retains w .r

As the pilot of the airplane shape; borders thot are pre.built with cotton felt to prevent slip. aw
removed his foot from the gen .
, tie man', second headlight, he pmg
; announced In no uncertain
\ !i3 i
!. terms how fragile was the motor

'I.i\! owner car must and be how to drive stupid one the !

1i:55\: ;' :: \ fable rtguler, mettrnsnd site ,

PreSchoolRoundUp/ end ,i1: >
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. box spring bx spring extre length extre length qveen. size.double '
} 3 x74" 54x74" single mattress double mertmiend mattms !

:j Tomorrow 09.50 09.50 box end spring box spring, box end spring :
the lit the sal 11
3 x80" $4x80" "
a big 60x80"
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\ Webster Pro school Avenue registration Elementary at 99.0 flflfleJ..riO T

School will be held Tuesday, the ass the let HI* >tt b
, Principal Charles Hollingsworth These bedding sets are the regular '
1. announced yesterday. double sizes! Just visualize the extra seeping
'', the first
Students to enter
area available on the larger sizes shown at
grade for the 1964-65 school right! 4
term must be six years old or
older by Jan. I, 1965. Proof of
I furnished at the
age must be Mass' Furniture and Bedding
time of the pre-school registration. -
: which will be held in the

;I S30 school: am.'Children lunchroom. beginning at NO DOWN PAYMENT, TAKE UP TO TWO YEARS TO PAY I.

It t must also have a ... ,
. physical examination. The .-,... '. ,
school nurse will be on duty at 1 HOUR FREE PARKING WITH PURCHASE OF $2 OR MORE
;, the time of the registration Ito!
' lingsworth\ said. I


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! Enormity Of f Alaska 'Quake Emerges



STOP I II

f EDITOR'S NOTE At. the Out in the quiet! suburb callec"Turnagain times violently. Then suddenly troyed houses and broken railroad second wave hit with a roar

: dust Mttles after the most vl). ," a wellbirchedsubdivision it' ended. Somehow no one wu can alf looking like toys and in an instant every piling,

lent earthquake ever recorded of ranch and split. injured. White with terror. Joan angrily smashed by a wanton every anchor, every line, every
In the northern hemisphere, the level houses, Esther McCreedy Groom began to sing a song the and
the
child. and broke
The big fuel tanks pier, snapped
full picture of its enormity be- was finishing a ham with brown children had memorized. near
I i c gins to emerge. Here two reporters sugar and pineapple rings. Her Slowly, one by one, they the dock tumbled in the onslaught harbor became a dizzy whirlpool

who covered It now husband was due home for sup- stopped crying and began sin,-, and oil spread across ,
SHOP weave together the details or per in about 20 minutes. in,. the waters. Suddenly, the water Cuthbert dashed to the wheel-

: the: panoramic convulsion and Far to the south, 250 miles "Another Quakt" took fire and a wave of flame house while his two crewmen

Its path of human terror. from Claudia Groom's birthday At the Highland Fling, Harry rushed toward the head of the.dung to the rail. They heard a
and 50 miles northwest of
party Groom felt the first tremor and bay. in small boat crying for
PETT and man a
By SAUL Louis Beaty's curiously acting : In town, Doug McRae and his
smiled "Oh he said flippantly -
JULES LOH cattle Bill Cuthbert a leathery help. They tried to throw him a
i "another earthquake." Others family,Including, a 3-week-old
J. M. ReidsDISCOUNT KODIAK, Alaska (AP-That and grizzled fisherman, was sitting at the bar smiled. After baby, climbed a garage roof and;line but couldn't. They saw his
afternoon Louis Beaty noticed down to supper in the ga!- many years of gentle tremors From there stepped across to a small boat Carried off crazily in
something strange. Icy of his 86-foot scow, the "Se and, no real quake Alaskans house roof. The wave hit, carrying a wild maelstrom of swirling
i His 200 head of cattle were ief." The boat was tied to its had come to regard the subject off the garage and part boats and debris.
PRICES GOOD THRU TUESDAY grazing quietly at his ranch on slip in Kodiak Harbor with nonchalance.But of the house. The roof float l The big boats became mighty
Narrow Cape, a lovely finger or It Was Warm off with the McRaes on it and battering rams, pounding into
land washed by the Gulf or this tremor refused to after about 15 minutes lodged the tumbling buildings across
Alaska, about 50 miles south By Alaska standards, it was stop, and the bar fell quiet and against four tall trees. Front Street, across Main Street
east of here on the Gulf of Ko- 'warm, about 33: degrees in Kodiak then' the whole room rocked and when the waves receded,
1 diak. and Anchorage and the infrequent with new force. Bottles pitchedto Car Floats By the Seller came to rest, still upright
About three o'clock that afternoon towns and remote vil the floor, glasses smashed,I' There the McRaes shiveredfor far up the hill.
'FOOD turned and be- ages in between. But 1,500 women screamed. People tried
CENTER the cattle hours. They ripped open a Cuthbert waited for the next
___ from their! miles down the rim of the Great to rush to the door but the floor hole .
e grans r rIlltrrrt gan to move away on the roof, tore out insulation onslaught. It came SS minutes
.iZCOlrt low-lying grazing land to higher Pacific Basin, at Newport, Ore., was billowing like insane Jelly and wrapped themselvesIn later, with less force but more
had done it: was much warmer and Monte and they fell and they crawled.
ground. They never it. The moon was out and height. Again, the heavy scow
\ QUANTITY RIGHTS RESERVED this before so early in the day. and Rita McKenzie and their Outside on Fourth Avenue, they could see dogs floating by was whirled around and around
Louis Beaty frowned The sky four children had gone to the the pavement was billowing and and saw their own car tumble and battered its way through
FLORIDA or GEORGIA GRADE "A" FRESH was sunny and blue. The mountains shore on a camping trip. people were falling and cars past To them, it seemed that buildings and came to rest up-
behind him stood serenelyin They found a cozy spot for the were bouncing and one wholeIbloclbf the whole town was afire. Finally right on a crushed store.
their skirts of snow. The wind night, a driftwood shelter on the stores sank-Just sank the water and fire re- The third wave, less violent
i: blowing in from the turquoisesea beach north of Newport. The sea -20 feet into a huge crack or'ceded and the McRaes were still, refloated the scow and
FRYERS was gentle. glowed In the light of a full the convulsed earth. The marquee rescued without serious Injury. Cuthbert tied a line to a telephone
Beaty vaguely sensed that the moon. The McKenzie family, of the Denali movie theater Far to the southwest, on Kodiak pole. Through the night,
cattle had sensed something clustered tightly together, soon which was to open In a half Island, the quake shook just about every 55 minutes, the
But what? fell asleep. After seven months hour for the evening show, sankto Louis Beaty's ranch house but waves came in weaker each
.... What, indeed? The mood of the pain of their nineyearolddaughter's the level of the sidewalk.A he and his clairvoyant cattle time until the nightmare endedat
P ; Alaska on this Good Friday, death had begun to Hock away, the five.story were safe on high ground. At 3 a.m.
vt March 27, 1964, was benign. ebb.And J. C. ,Penney building swayedout the narrow head of ShearwaterBay
qt Spring was coming, the temperature In the serenity that over the street, swayed back the great quake opened Warnings Help
was rising. People were bathed the moonlit beach in and then one end sank in a roar long fissures, the bay rushed in, Trooper Church, still at his radio -
WHOLE LIMIT already betting on when the ice Oregon, the Kodiak Harbor and of crumbling masonry and the ground snapped shut and was trying to contact eachof
3G would break up in the rivers. the quiet going-home time In glass; Elsewhere, a new six- towering geysers shot skyward. the tiny, remote villages on
Forces At Work Anchorage, the earth crust under story apartment, not yet occupied Out in Kodiak harbor, Bill the island. In days to come, he
Alaska could no longer endure collapsed in thunder and would visit each
'Cuthbert cursed. He was sure personally.
Down under the earth'acrust
'deep
LB the strain of the Inexorable
earth fissure
in many places some drunken sailor had Because of Church's radio
more than 50 miles down, '
forces below. It let go at snaked right through living most of the in
bumped into his boat. Cuthbert warnings, people
i in an eternal darkness without
,
::1:36 p.m. Anchorage time. rooms. stormed out deck and the villages escaped. A few still

Cut-up or Split FRYERS. :No: ':J: B,29c river season of, it slowly is thought swirling that, a boiling huge 10:38 And: Eastern across more Standard than Time.600 Not 'Ordinary' masts waving on madly all over saw are missing. But in at least four
Ouzinkie Ka.'guyak
,
pitch.like substance rings thereat miles of mountains and towns When Esther McCreedy's ham the bay. He realized at once it'cases Afognak -
: iron core of the earth. and spruce forests and icy pitched from the stove she knewIt was an earthquake and turned ; and Old Harbor the
LEAN MEATY LEAN MEATY BEEF Just what was happening down streams and secluded coves and was no ordinary tremor and his radio to the emergency ma.ine destruction was almost com
there on this Good Friday noman hurried out. Near the door she band. Few Alaskan seamen plete.
of broken
great expanses snow need to be told that And far away to the south, a
quakes
on earth could say with only by animal tracks, the earth was thrown down by a violent
Spareribs I I Plate Stew certainty and cows make unreliable strained and groaned and shook new shudder And just outsidethe make waves. great; wave rushed up at the
seismologists. One theory door, she turned and State Trooper Don Church, beach at Newport, Ore, and
Cracks Open back in Kodiak half caught the McKenzie family
Is that this huge river by its constant I watched her home sink "as i If only an
and hour after a 22-day tour of his asleep In their romantic shelterof
opposing currents And In untold hundreds of in slow motion" up to the roof
wears and strains the earth's places it cracked open and in level in a huge crevass district the entire Aleutian driftwood and took their four
rust. Where the crust Is weak, scores of places it buckled and I Beyond, where 100 homes had chain where he knows every vil- children to their deaths in the

I. it may crack. Alaska (is known toppled buildings and swayed stood, she saw an eerie expanseof age and nomadic family sea.Now
3ft 2ftLa to lie on a relative ,weak layer trees and poles in wild dizzy ruin. The bluffs overlookingCook rushed to the police station to suddenly it was over.
sound the alarm The sea became serene again.
of crust. arcs and heaved up pavementand Inlet had fallen away 200 over the marine
: At her tidy frame home in Anchorage snapped bridges and yards inland, taking with it radio: Expect a tidal wave, The roar of the wall of water
= LalI { Joan Groom couldn't sheared avalanches of snow and louses snapped in two and three get to high ground. and tumbling houses and boats

have cared less about the mysterious dirt and stone from mountain pieces into deep gorges. The But Bill Cuthbert couldn't; head was gone.
forces grinding and tops. Out in the sea it raised amighty area looked like a vast brownsea a lame engine.. With no Alaskans began picking 1
straining the earth beneath. Of wave of motionless waves, peaked choice, with his boat tied to the through the debris in search of
more immediate Concern were In Anchorage, Joan Groom's with pieces of homes and dock, he went to the galley and bodies. By week's end, the total
the visible forces that could atany house quivered, then shook with snapped trees. Esther McCreedywept. waited. The first wave came at of known dead and presumed -
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IrI moment wreck her living increasing force. The chimney 6:47: p,m. gently, a gradual dead was 129.
room and nervous system. crashed onto the roof and the And suddenly It was over well followed by a gradual ebb. The figure was astonishinglylow.
The children, at last, Intheir Why? Some explained it in
were birthday cake smashed on the some say after 90 seconds, others Turns DarkIt
places; the pink cake withits fioor. Screaming with fright, after live full minutes-and terms of Alaska's sparse population -
cover of coconut was on the the children toppled over in now all of Anchorage, it seems, was now dark and the small towns, broad
table, her laughter Claudia had heir chairs. Joan Groom lost was arrested in an unfamiliar, townspeople who had scampered streets and low buildings,
made her"wish and was now her balance and pitched to the overwhelmingly! complete si- up the hills with flashlightsnow Others found the answer on
r ready to blow out the four pink i floor in a litter of flying books lence looked'' like fireflies. The their knees.

candles. Ten young critics, four and and overturned furniture )
glass And from far out in the agitated -----
of them her brothers and sis ocean came the wave rushing -
ters, were yelling she couldn'tdo Again and again the houseshook toward the shaken land. As

it in one puff. sometimes gently, some- the depth'grew shallower, the nF
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-(wave grew higher. Where it hit 4
the land lit broad open areas I It
I BROWN AviationINC. I looked like a broad, suddenly! i- TheStars

!rising tide. Where it had to pass

I through a narrow passage, as It
did at Seward 130 miles south
announces lot Anchorage, It gathered momentum
I and force and raced
"Wet Instrument Training" I forward like a wall of water.

Course Rushes On Impel..

On it rushed toward Seward,
(Beginning April 6th) Ia town of 1,900 which in eight

Court to bo conducted by: FRED BEGY I days was to celebrate its selection By Carroll Righter

I I ST. PETERSBURG SCHOOL OF AVIATION as an "all-American city" !
'because of its economic self
Complete Ground School improvement.It _
1 Link Training / was now 9:44, eight minutes """" -.; ,. .. ;)

1 1 : Flight Training after the quake hit Seward, and By CARROLL RIGHTER LIBRA
(September 23 to October
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Plan now to take advantage of this course, a wall of water 40 feet high SUNDAY, APRIL S, 1964 22) Home is best placeto

conducted by these , rushed through the narrow GENERAL TENDENCIES: spend this free day so that
4 wS mountainous of Resurrection A fine
passage Sunday to think out
you restore energies for busy
INSTRUMENT TRAINING SPECIALISTS! Bay It smashed over what you want as the foundation days ahead. Establish more

FOR INFORMATION CALL the new town port, ripped boats. and basis under which you comfort, beauty there. Remember
CY 3-2501 loose from the dock, sent everything can best operate in the days that success beginsat
or in its path tumbling forward ahead and to show that you home, as well as charity,
Visit Gilbert Field -. Winter Haven i' Including a 60-ton locomotive are willing to forego some per. SCORPIO (October 23 to No-

F.E Deluxe WAFFLES WITH LIMIT- J"A See Fred Begy, Sat or Sun, April 4th or 5th I away.which ended up six blocks sonal finer pleasures example In to order others to bea in vember 21)) Sitting around in-
Sol formally with associates and
FOOD ORDER Gilbert
J Field, for Full Information
the
. I In seconds, it seemed Seward days ahead. Schedule your discussing the future germin
I was left a wasteland of des- time wisely for the coming- ates new, interesting and prof.
-- week .
too.ARIES
Fresh (liable ideas. Work together at
; (March 21 to April favorite hobbies. Be friends.
4 DEDICATED SERVICE 19) Plan to live in such a way SAGITTARIUS (November

: FIELDS PRODUCE WIN Continued today and in the future that 22 to December 21) Attending
others will want to follow your church services helps you to
GOOD GOVERNMENT fine example. Come to the aid raise consciousness to higher
of a frustrated Influential per. things now. You are capable
Fresh FIRM RIPE on. Show that you are a true of tackling big projects Why
friend. be satisfied with a mere existence -
WIN TAURUS (April 20 to May ?
WITH WOODS 20) Absorbing the fine philosophy CAPRICORN (December 22

TOMATOESFresh > of a true sage can mean to January 20) Some time
far greater success for you in spent in solitude and self-
the future. Later, study your analysis will reveal what to
paper and other worthwhile do to improve yourself and
periodicals. Valuable Ideas, conditions about
you. Improve
data, are at your fingertips.,
personal
affairs
today. Gad
GEMINI (May 21 to June
21) about
Z socially to
.4 I right places.
There is no better time than
' h k Re elect. . now to get your feet squarely AQUARIUS (January 21 to
February
19) You have
h on the ground Understand per-
J bet. tonal problems
that

: : (iNS C : v : a Floyd WoodsCounty and ter cooperate what from your you with associates Plan enthusiasm to work expect confiding immediate, wise steps.in settling.others.Refrain Take require from proper -

Give
1..... In the days to come. to the assistance
needy later in
i iiiIi.( ; Commissioner MOON CHILDREN (June 22 the day.
to
July 21) A partner
may PISCES
(
February :20 to
drop in and
give
you quite a March 20) Having
Dist I Countywide Vote verbal working over, but this is fine today and in a good PM, time
is. just a test to lee what your provided
you seek those
real metal is. Be who are
earnest, contrail wholesome and do
not neglect
temper. Then you win out church services
PICKED TENDER YOUNG LEO (July 22 to August 21) friends. Find those Make of new
Don't bog down In your duty mental stature. same

MY PLEDGEContinued businesslike government hare to others of work, do and your harmony rightful is TODAY IF YOUR, he CHILD she IS BORN
or
will be
SNAP BEANS 2 29c good of all Polk County quickly established at home. of those serious-minded individuals one
Improve health, too. Get ready who -
for important calls Is soon knows the
LB> your value of
for information and campaign materials' . wardrobe in order? stability and security
and it Is up to you to
VIRGO give
I (August 22 to
September
CONTACT CAMPAIGN HEADQUARTERS 22) every opportunity to find his

I I Lakeland: U.S. 92 East at Rose St. Q/ ,QUAUTY... ..., __ ,DISCOUNTS.... .... - I I 1 1041 S. this day and night Forget and work concen on or sun.her There rightful is both place in the

I OMNl Daily .1*.1* ....., Mm .. r lr.M. / of ....,. .-.4 I ..... I..IM, __.... Florida Ave. Lakeland 688-4371 trite on visits, sports or whatever ing and quick action understand.In this

ALWAYS EVERY DAY, ("llti. l,M rail! ,... kr ".... WM N. CwiiKv C.r.fI.Iw.y ruM., 'r.... W_.. _...) eases tensions. Do nothing chart, so be sure to send
that
-'Ii' 'j I you don't want to do. your
progeny to
Please college and<
yourself for a change right' spiritual training early give






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LEDGER Sttadiy, April J, 1IM 118I




r rJ WORRY Simple CLINIC Vocabulary I



;I Helps Communication



_By George W. Crane, Ph.D., M.D. _,

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CASE 5-/30: Hiram J., aged AND I END my convocation
117. U a theology professor address with a minute I
I i "Dr. Crane" he challenged, peroration In which I otterteenagers I IQuautr
1 "you have stressed the fact the logical proof 12 Noon to 7 P.M. I
Shoo
: that the Bible contains simple of God. ;

vocabulary __ __ Over 1,000,000 hah! school
"You say the ers, not to mention college OISCOUN? Ell
average word youth have heard this talk c+ .
contains only I ,I of mine.
two syllables?i But suppose I had delivered III .
I so you urge) that address in Greek or Russian I .
1 clergymen to I I .

speak simply My Influence would then I .
"But I think i have been nil, wouldn't It? I Sunday Special! Recoil Starting Golfer Needs!
you are wrong.I For you can't Inspire or ' Big 32Oz. Size :
Why shouldn'tthe teach people who can't understand
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audience what you are saying! 0 felt
learn to come-- And this holds true 22"
Dr CRANE very Rotary .
up to the high < largely even in religion, for Ladies'Spring Complete he
er level of theological terminology black robes and unintelligible : A

? theological jargon have little LestoilCleaner E alt
"Why should we stoop to effect except soporific! in
the public's more limited Sometimes Inferiority com-
comprehension?" plexers try to strut their stuffin PowerMower he
Jesus warned his Apostlesby big words In an effort to GOLf .
saying: intimidate the audience. rI Y ishe

"Cast not your pearls be- They thus talk about "ob- Handbags en
fore swine" fuscating the theological nuances 1 he
with of
WHICH MEANS, In modern .polysyllabic" circumlocutions SET .
advertising parlance, "Speak 55
words the customer (client, THAT SOUNDS very Impressive -
IIU
patient or'parishioner) can doesn't It? But meaningless orb
understand. eh? 1r In
When I go forth on lecture If you Inferiority complex- L $222 $4587 111

tours, my ,sponsors usually era want to throw your weight Y 48c UU ng,
farm me out to several high around in such jawbreaker I .
school or college convocation: fashion, at least connect your $3984Clubs5 a
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during the day, before I deliver polysyllables with a little "or" .
my. main evening ad and throw in the simpler deliI I I Large selection of theilatest Trims within 3/8" of walkor i a.I

dress.And I try to offer an Inspiring nition thereby.For example. say "Obfus r 1 styles. All large and roomy hedge. Start and stop gas Safe for walls, floors. win- U.
talk that will Some with a covered pocket throttle control on handle. II-
yet snappy cating or clouding the Issue.
Impress pupils with the valueof In that manner a doctor or !r on the outside. Two tones Steel ball-bearing wheels, matching Irons, 2 dQws, whitewall tires and all !.

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I STOP Enormity Of Alaska 'Quake Emerges I I



1 1N EDITOR'S. NOTE As. the Out in the quiet suburb caned time violently. Then sudden y, troyed houses and broken railroad 'second wave hit with a roar

dust Jetties after the most violent "Turnagain," a well-birched it'' ended. Somehow no one w u I can all looking like toys 'and in an instant every piling,

earthquake ever recorded subdivision of ranch and cpii Injured. White with terror Joan I angrily smashed by a wanton every anchor, every line, every
In the northern hemisphere, the level houses, Esther McCreedy,Groom began to sing a song the fuel tanks pier, snapped and broke and the
child. The big near
full picture of Its enormity begins was finishing a ham with brown children had memorized.
to emerge. Here two r. sugar and pineapple rings. He Slowly, one by one, they the dock tumbled in the onslaught harbor became a dizzy whirl.

porters who covered It now husband was due home for sup stopped crying and began singIng ] and oil spread ,,across blot
SHOP weave together the details of per in about 20 minutes. the waters. Suddenly, the water Cuthbert dashed to the wheelhouse .

he[ panoramic convulsion and Far to the south, 250 miles "Another Quake" took fire and a wave of flame while his two crewmen

Its path of human terror. from Claudia Groom's birthday, At the Highland Fling Harry rushed toward the head of the clung to the rail. They heard a
and 50 miles northwest 01
By SAUL PETT and party Groom felt the first tremor and bay. man in a small boat crying for
Louis Beaty's curiously acting In town, McRae and his
JULES LOll smiled. "Oh, he said flippanly Doug help. They tried to throw him a
cattle, Bill Cuthbert,
a leatheryand '
family, Including a 3-week-old
J. M. "another Others
earthquake.
ReidsDISCOUNT KODIAK. Alaska (AP-That grizzled fisherman, was sitting -' at the bar smiled. After- baby, climbed a garage roof and line but couldn't. They saw his
afternoon Louis Beaty noticed down to supper In the gal of tremor from there stepped across to a small boat carried: oft crazily in
something strange. ley of his 86-foot scow, the "Se- and many years real gentle, Alaskan house roof. The wave hit, car- a wild maelstrom of swirling
His 200 head of cattle were lief." The boat was tied to its no quake rying off the garage and part boats and debris.
had the
PRICES GOOD THRU TUESDAY grazing quietly at his ranch on slip in Kodiak Harbor.It with come nonchalance.to regard subject of the house. The roof floated The big boats became mighty
Narrow Cape, a lovely finger of Was Warm I off with the McRaes on it and battering rams, pounding into
land washed by the Gulf of But this tremor refused I tal after about 15 minutes lodged the tumbling buildings across
Alaska, about 50 miles south By Alaska standards, It was stop, and the bar fell quiet and against four tall trees. Front Street, across Main Street
east of here on the Gulf of Ko- warm, about 35 degrees in Kodiak -then' the whole room rocked and when the waves receded,
taufr diak. and Anchorage and the infrequent with new force. Bottles pitchedto Car Floats By I the Sellef came to rest, still up-
( I About three o'clock that afternoon towns and remote villages the floor, glasses smashes. There the McRaes shivered right, far up the hill.
FOOD CENTER the cattle turned and began in between. But 1,500 women screamed. People triedto for hours. They ripped open a Cuthbert waited for the next
erupt ; to move away from their miles down the rim of the Great rush to the door but the floor hole on the roof tore out insulation onslaught. It came 55 minutes
etscelll nlceest low-lying grazing land to higher Pacific Basin, at Newport Ore., was billowing like insane Jelly and wrapped themselvesin later with less force but more
They had never done it t was much warmer! anti Mnnt. and they fell and they crawled the
ornund. -- it. The moon was out and height. Again, heavy scow
QUANTITY RIGHTS RESERVED this before so early in the day. and Rita McKenzie d-'th-i!; Outside, on Fourth Avenue they could see dogs floating by was whirled around and around
Louis Beaty frowned. The sky four children had gone to the the pavement was billowing and and saw their own car tumble and battered its way through
FLORIDA or GEORGIA GRADE "A" FRESH was sunny and blue. The moun- shore on a camping trip. people were falling and cars past. To them it seemed that buildings and came to rest up-
tains behind him stood serenelyin They found a cozy spot for the were bouncing and one whole the whole town was afire. Finally -right on a crushed store.
their skirts of snow. The wind night, a driftwood shelter on the blocK of stores sank-just lank the water and fire re The third wave, less violent
4 FRYERSCufup blowing In from the turquoisesea beach north of Newport. The sea -20 feet into huge crack of ceded and the McRaes were still, refloated the scow and
was gentle glowed in the light of a full the convulsed earth. The mar rescued without serious injury. Cuthbert tied a line to a telephone -
Beaty vaguely sensed that the moon. The McKenzie family, 'quee of the Denali movie theater Far to the southwest on Kodiak pole. Through the night,
cattle had sensed something clustered tightly together, soon which was to open in a half Island, the quake shook Just about every 55 minutes, the
. But what? fell asleep. After seven months, hour for the evening show, sankto Louis Beaty's ranch house but waves came in weaker each
What, indeed? The mood of the pain of their nineyearolddaughter's the level of the sidewalk. he and his clairvoyant cattle time until the nightmare endedat
Alaska this Good Friday, death had begun to A Hock the five-story
on ! away were safe on high ground. At 3 a.m.
vt March 27 1964, was benign ebb. J. C. !Penney building swaye d the narrow head of Shearwater
.. Spring was coming the temper And in the serenity that out over the street, swayed back Bay, the great quake opened Warnings Help
ature was rising People werealready bathed the moonlit beach in and then one end sank in a roar long fissures, the bay rushed in, Trooper Church, still at his ra
WHOLE LIMIT betting on when the ice, Oregon, the Kodiak Harbor and of crumbling masonry and the ground snapped shut and dio, was trying to contact each
.3. would break up in the rivers. the quiet going.home time in glass. Elsewhere, a new six towering geysers shot skyward. of the tiny, remote villages on
Forces At Work Anchorage, the earth crust under story apartment, not yet occupied Out in Kodiak harbor Bill the island. In days to come, he
4' Alaska could no longer endure collapsed in thunder and Cuthbert cursed. He was sure would visit each personally.
under the earth'lcrust
LB Down'deep the strain of the inexorable In many places earth fissures some drunken sailor had Because of Church's radio
than 50 miles down
in more eternal darkness without, forces below. It let go at snaked right through living bumped into his boat. Cuthbert warnings, most of the people in
an 5:38: p.m. Anchorage time. ooms. the villages escaped. A few still
stormed out on deck and saw
Split fRYERS. ' B.29c season, it is thought that a huge' 10:38: Eastern Standard Time. Not 'Ordinary'When masts waving madly all over are missing. But in at least four

or :: : : pitch-like river of slowly substance swirling rings boiling thereat miles And of across mountains more and than towns 600 Esther McCreedy's ham the bay. He realized at once it cases Afognak, Ouzinkle, Ka-
and Old Harbor the
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was an earthquake and turnedhis guyak
iron core of the earth. and spruce forests and icy pitched from the stove she knewIt
LEAN MEATY radio to the marine destruction was almost com
Just what was happening down streams and secluded coves and was no ordinary tremor and emergency
there on this Good Friday noman of broken hurried out. Near the door she band. Few Alaskan seamen plete.
I great expanses snow need to be told that quakes And far away to the south, a
I Plate on earth could say with only by animal tracks, the earth was thrown down by a violent rushed at the
make great; wave up
Spareribs certaInty and cows make unreliable shudder. And outside waves.
Stew strained and groaned and shook new just
beach and
seismologists. One theory the door, she turned and State Trooper Don Church, at Newport, Ore.
Is that this huge river by its constant Cracks Open watched her home sink "as if back in Kodiak only half an caught the McKenzie family
hour after 22-day tour of his asleep in their romantic shelter
a
and opposing currents And in untold hundreds of in slow motion" up to the roof
ears and strains the earth's places it cracked open and inscorel level In a huge crevass district the entire Aleutian of driftwood and took their four
crust. Where the crust Is weak, of places it buckled and Beyond, where 100 homes had chain where he knows every village children to their deaths in the

; it may crack. Alaska is known toppled buildings and swayed I stood she saw an eerie expanseof and nomadic family sea.Now
3ft 1"7 2ftLB to lie on a relative weak layer trees and poles in wild dizzy ruin. The bluffs overlooking rushed to the police station to suddenly it was over.
The became
of crust. arcs and heaved up pavementand Cook Inlet had fallen away, 200 sound the alarm over the ma- sea serene again.
:: At her tidy frame home In An. snapped bridges and yards inland, taking with it rine radio: Expect a tidal wave The roar of the wall of water
LBI chorage, Joan Groom couldn'thave sheared avalanches of snow and houses snapped in two and three get; to high ground. and tumbling houses and boats
cared less about the mysterious -dirt and stone from mountain pieces into deep gorges. The But Bill Cuthbert couldn't; he was gone.
forces grinding and tops. Out in the sea it raised a area looked like a vast brown had a lame engine.. With no Alaskans began picking I 1
straining the earth beneath. Of mighty wave. sea of motionless waves, peaked choice, with his boat tied to the through the debris in search of
more immediate concern were In Anchorage, Joan Groom's with pieces of homes and dock, he went to the galley and wdies. By week's end the total
t the visible forces that could at house quivered, then shook with snapped trees Esther McCreedywept. waited. The first wave came at of known dead and presumed -
1I any moment wreck her living increasing!: force. The chimney 6:47: p.m. gently, a graduals dead was 129.
room and nervous ell followed by a gradual ebb. The figure was astonishinglylow.
system. crashed onto the roof and the And suddenly It vas over -
The children; at last, were In birthday cake smashed on the some say after 90 seconds, others Turns DarkIt Why? Some explained it in
their places; the pink cake with floor Screaming with fright after live full minutesandnow terms of Alaska's sparse population -
its cover of coconut was on the the children toppled over In all of Anchorage, It seems was now dark and the small towns, broad
J table, her daughter! Claudia had: their chairs. Joan Groom lost was arrested in an unfamiliar,I townspeople who had scampered streets and low buildings..
made her*,wish and was now her balance and pitched to the gly complete si' up the hills with flashlights Others ,found the answer on
I ready to blow out the four pink: floor in a litter of flying books overwhelmingly lence. now looked'' like fireflies. The their knees.

candles. Ten young critics four and glass and overturned furni And from far out in the agitat ." '
of them her brothers and sisters ed ocean came the wave rush-
were yelling she couldn'tdo ture.Again and again the house ing toward the shaken land. As Ir ; --1 I

it in one puff. -shook, sometimes gently, some- the depth grew shallower, the
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the land lit broad open areas i It j
I BROWN AviationINC. I looked like a broad, suddenly TheStars

rising tide. Where it had to pass

j II through a narrow passage, as I It I
did at Seward, 130 miles southof

announces Anchorage, it gathered L
mentum and force and mo-l
"Wet I .
Instrument Training" forward like a wall of

Course Rushes On I ImpelBy

I On it rushed toward Seward,
(Beginning April 6th) a town of 1,900 which in eight .

Course to be conducted bye FRED BEGY !days was to celebrate its selection Carroll (

AY ST. PETERSBURG SCHOOL OF AVIATION as an "all-American city"
because of its economic self Righter:1
S Ground SchoolS
1'Y Complete improvement _._._.____ _
1 Link Training i' It was now 5:44: eight minutes tit{ ? :
S Flight Training I the hit Seward, and
after quake By CARROLL RIGHTER LIBRA
(September 23 to October -
Plan now to take advantage of this course, la wall of water 40 feet high SUNDAY, APRIL 5. 1964 22)) Home is best placeto

conducted by these . (I rushed through the narrow GENERAL TENDENCIES: spend this free day so that
mountalnoui passage of Resurrection A fine Sunday to think out you restore energies for busy
INSTRUMENT TRAINING SPECIALISTS! Bay. It smashed over what you want as the foundation days ahead. Establish more
I
FOR INFORMATION CALL ,the new town port, ripped boats and basis under which you comfort, beauty there. Re.
.
CY 3.2501 loose from the dock, sent everything can best operate in the days member that success beginsat
orVisit'Gilbert In its path tumbling forward ahead and to show that you home, as well as charity.
Field -. Winter Haven i including a 60-ton locomo- are willing to forego some per. SCORPIO (October 23 to November

F.F. Deluxe WAFFLES WITH L1MIT-2 FOOD ORDER sox .5Ce See Fred Gilbert Begy Field, Sat., for or Full Sun.,Information.April 4th or 5th I away.In tive which. ended up six blocks sonal finer pleasures example in to order others to bea in 21)with Sitting associates around and informally .

. A. . seconds, it seemed Seward the days! ahead. Schedule your discussing the future aermin.atel
'was left a wasteland of des- time wisely for the coming new, interesting and prof.

\i u Fresh ;. week, too.ARIES itable ideas. Work together at
(March 21 to April favorite hobbies. Be friends.
DEDICATED SERVICE 19) Plan to live in such a way SAGITTARIUS (November

FIELDS PRODUCE WIN ,I today and in the future that 22 tIt December 21) Attending
j)1 Continued
others will want to follow your church services helps you to
GOOD GOVERNMENT fine example. Come to the aid raise consciousness to higher
of a frustrated influential per- things now. You are capableof
on. Show that you are a true tackling big projects. Why
friend. be satisfied with a mere existence .
WIN WOODS TAURUS (April 20 to May ?
TOMATOES WITH 20) Absorbing the fine philosophy CAPRICORN (December 22
of a true
sage can mean to January 20) Some time
far greater success for you in spent in solitude and self-
the future. Later, study your analysis will reveal what to
paper and other worthwhile do to improve yourself and
periodicals. Valuable Ideas conditions about
you. Improve
data are at your fingertips.. personal affairs today. Gad

.' ; .' I GEMINI (May 21 to June 21) about socially to right places.
f' :, ;. There is no better time than
.'.. ''I- !. :t- r Ire filed . I now to get your feet squarely AQUARIUS (January 21 to
February 19) You have
:. ; on the ground. Understand bet. sonal per.
problems that

::' CTNS LW C e Floyd Woods and ter cooperate what from your you.with associates Plan enthusiasmin to work expect per immediate, wise steps settling.Refrain Take require from pro

.. confiding in others. Give assistance .
.;1.r. the days to
,' . ...' come. to the needy later in
,
',.l "'\\rAtifF ., ... l <' County Commissioner to MOON CHILDREN (June 22 the day.
July 21) A
partner
: '. '; may PISCES (February 20 to
drop In and
give you quite a March
20)) Having
.f a
good time
Dist. 1 Vote verbal working
Countywide over, but this is fine today and in PM, .
is. provided
Just a test to see what your you seek those who
real metal is. Be are
earnest, con.
wholesome and do not
neglect
trot.-!temper Then you win out. church services. Make
Fresh PICKED TENDER YOUNG LEO (July 22 to August 21) friends. Find those of new
same
Don't bog down In
your duty mental stature.

/ MY PLEDGEContinued businesslike government to hare others of wprk, do and your harmony rightful is TODAY IF YOUR, he CHILD she IS BORN
or
will
be
SNAP BEANS 2 good of oil Polk County quickly established at home. of those serious.minded Indi.one

LBa 29tI Improve for important health,calls.too Get Is ready viduals who soon knows the
your value of
I for information and campaign materials' . wardrobe in order? and stability and security
I : VIRGO (August 22 to Sep it is up to you to give
CONTACT CAMPAIGN HEADQUARTERS every opportunity to find
QUAUTY DISCOUNTS I I tember 22) Forget work on or her his
lakeland: u.s. 92 East at Rose St. no. .." -- ,.... .... .... -- 1041 I this day and night and concentrate sun There rightful place in the
Qd .. ,s1.. .-4 .... -90, --..d S. Florida Are. Lakeland 688-4371 on visits, sports or what. is both understanding .
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aNt" Only al.a. w N..n Ie P.M. and quick action in
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Progeny to
Please college and
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Helps CommunicationBy


George W. Crane, Ph.D., M.D.

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CASE S-ttOt Hiram J., aged AND I END my convocation -t
J7, Is a theology professor, address with a 5-mlnut I
I "Dr. Crane" he challenged peroration in which I offer I IuallTy
"you have stressed the fact teen-agers the logical 7
proof
that the Bible contains simple of God. [ Shop I 12 Noon to s ;
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vacs ary Over 1,000,000 high; school Q
"You say the ers, not to mention college DIScQUNY .
average word youth have heard this talk -
contains only of mine. -

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speak simply My influence would then
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up learn to the 10 come high. Dr- CRANE largely And this even holds in religion true very for Ladies'Spring 22" Rotary \It8

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? theological jargon have little altin
"Why should we stoop to effect except soporific! LestoilCleaner
the public's more limited Sometimes
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comprehension?" plexers try to strut their stuff PowerMower / he
Jesus warned his Apostlesby in big words In an effort to GOLF IIe
saying: intimidate the audience.
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school or college convocations fashion, at least connect your $3984Clubs5
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my main evening address and throw In the simpler definition / .
selection of theilatest, Trims within 3/8" of walkor '.
thereby
And I try to offer an inspiring For example, say "Obfus styles. All large and roomy. hedge. Start and stop gas Safe for ''walls, floors, windows : i
Some with a covered pocket throttle control handle ,
yet snappy talk that will dating or clouding the issue." on ji
Impress pupils with the valueof In that manner a doctor or / on the outside. Two tones Steel ball-bearing wheels, matching Irons, 2 finishing school and learning cleric or professor can still and solid colors of light adjustable cutting heights woods. Bog, folding cart, household chores Clean a
how to get along harmoniously pat himself on the back with blue or green, also two 2'/2 HP Briggs & Stratton 3 liquid-center balls, tubes .
with people his technical terms yet enlighten shades of ton. engine.. and 12 hardwood tees smelling! Effective!
Also I show by cases the the crowd too. las
folly of going steady during This simple trick of using :
high school and the hazards the "or" will thus permit ,
of teen-age marriages. clergymen to inflate their ego / Jl H: ;11 '"'- ::::C/tJ: l .
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pidity in becoming slaves to audience from sleeping at .
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narrator. Mercury SR which is one of the finest music I .
/ monaural MG NITS. schools in the world. A man of I RIB TICKLER SWEDISH STYLE I. ,
The Composer and His Orchestra enormous vitality and enthusi- ROSE BUSHES tom
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Eastman-Rochester Orchestra career with ease. I PLAY TOPS ,e4": -'- . l. hp nJ L9ippS: : 'r
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narrator. Mercury SR course be had separately but I 2.77 (
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The Composer and His Orchestra I
Vol. HI. An analysis,,the techniques of orchestral Coast Guard approved, Kapok filled. .
composition that, having listened I' In bud and bloom. Gallon Add
with musical Illustrations ofHanson's can. 4> bowl
First to one I do not see how I Cotton ginghams, checks, bandana Selection of assorted colors 4 qt. bowl and matching /4" .
Time" Howard"For Hanson the con- the listener. could resist the I/ prints Red, white 30 to 38. beauty to your home. In smart brass holder.3Tier .'

ducting the Eastman Philharmonic others.Volume I/ .
Mercury SR MJ37 I explores In depth .
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Hanson takes each instrument /
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highly complex and require individually then in relationship jN GIRLS' BARBIEPANTIES Table i 1i
of study and applicationto to the other instruments
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master. The composer does of the same group and finally, .1 CHAIR BOX .
not work with words or colors In its role in the whole or- .
sor, forms, things chestra. His explanations are I
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our earliest II goes more deeply I .

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writing or paint- a very real sense we are able I plastic purse. Size 4 to 14.MEN'S long-lasting weather resistant plastic size 15x20-30" high, on casters. N
ing or sculpture -In this record to 'peer over I webbing. Folds flat
are every the shoulder1 of the composer I .
I bit as difficult as he writes. Hanson explains .
|as those of I what he is doing and the means / 24'lneh .
.music but the he uses to achieve his effect. I SHAKESPEAREBARBECUE ALL METALIroning I

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must learn before he can Volume III Is a study in tonal Irelatlonlhipl SLACKS
even begin to compose ire not The music that I
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an integral part of our dally he uses for illustration "For I 04 Wo 14.44
experience. It is exactly about the First Time," Is a simple 5.97 1j 4.87 E
these tools of music that Howard story of impressions in the life 2 PRS. $7 .
Hanson is concerned In these of a child. The 12 short pieces I FOR A Super smooth multi. .
three recordings of The Com that make up this little suite Iiliu.rate Big 24' grill, blue, .".'. pi. drug Hold 235 Full size 15x54, 11 easy height ad. .
various principles of Special wash 'n' wear blend. Ivy ... yds 8-lb. mono 200
poser and His Orchestra. I odustoble, g rid I justments.. Folds flat Sturdy.
The Incredible Pre-cuffed. Sizes 29 to 42. ydt tO lb.c .
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thought about the layman's re- mastery with which Hanson I :: .
lationship to the fundamental organizes this very complicated .. .ersssssstrslse. s .
| techniques of music and there subject not only with I .
are valid arguments both. complete clarity but with a total I Charcoal .
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i said. 'I don't know anything is proof of the wonderful pedagogue I Briquettes h
| about music but I love it,' or he l'.
'I) don't understand it but I The music on all three records I! SETS & ". J r L E
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1 more deeply into what they' ing it apart and putting it together I AND s04 Y v1o King Size. Brass tone folding legs. .
I consider is the intellectual side again. His music has
of music for fear it might de- tremendous vitality and skill I Assorted styles, broken sizes. Valuesto 20-lb. bog Stock up for your next Approved Little League shoes. Sizes Block or white, floral and golden .. at
stroy their pleasure in It. At the but most of all an impact of I 10.87. Hurry for best selection.Boys' cookout Energine charcoal lighter I 3 to 7. chips ,1,1i,1I
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thematic harmonic and structural cially one who is not .
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NOTE-Even before taken place. When last November -the moving of the material, The new Panama Canal I
this year'* violent anil' Sen. John 0 Pastore of which must, be done by median which may not be In Panama-
American outburst In the Panama ., Rhode Island chairman of the leal means. I could be a much bigger job, requiring !
Canal Zone, U.S. iclentUti joint Committee on Atomic En- If a big enough charge were at least 300 separate e
sought an economical means 01 ergy, queried Dr. Gerald John- used, the material could be'charge, if the shortest route I Is / SALE PRICES GOOD THRU MONDAY
j, excavating a new canal between son, associate director of the ejected by the blast, but the chosen
the Atlantic and Pacific. AtomIc Lawrence Laboratory for Plow cost of so much chemical explosive The technique would be simplicity
power may hold the secret share Johnson was able to give would outweigh the COlt itself A string of 300 SWIFTS Save 25%
to a treat new lock-Ire Isth a considerably more specific of using power shovels. However holes, three to six feet In dlam "
mlan canal. Here U a report or answer. when nuclear charge are eter, depending on the magnitude 2forl"FREE 1 ON ALLPRESCRIPTIONS
effort In this direction by an The 'cost could be reduced used the picture alters radically. of the explosive, would be Gold Crest K
I author of a number of authored! from the 1960 estimate. And the Even a small nuclear charge drilled to the selected depth.
tallv works on tunnel, canals fallout danger was greatly diminished will eject the excavated material For modern drilling machinery FILM PRINTS
J and bridge with the vanishing I cutting out virtually all this would be a very easy Job. ICECREAM t
point possibly In sight. In the,need for mechanical excava- The charges carefully calculated plu ': Eektrd's Cash and Carry I IDiscouat
By JOSEPH DIES light of Johnson' reply to Pas- on the basis of well-established Plan save you 25%
Written For.Associated Press tore, in fact, it seems all but!tion.What happens to the percentage data, would be loweredto FREE EASTMAN FILM ,4 on tbs regular selling prices
Recent nag rling riot In the inevitable that a new, bigger of radiation that es- position, and the holes Iilled.Then Y... a fro HI .. ,rlnto wit* v rnM M all preierlprioflt-today I
Canal Zone focused attention on deeper Isthmian Canal will capes Into the air? From a 100-' on a calm, windless day .. film. ..ml..iw* KMMolw w and every day.
our famous Atlantic Pacific'eventually be dug by nuclear kiloton charge burled\ at 650 ,a string of a dozen to IS would aiN. .... Whlb IIA a .a..I....,. .. ...ln.. .f 1I'Ito' ** MHr '
link. But emotional .._ .,.... ... < NOprtitir. riM.
by railing excavation-though Johnson emphasizes feet a dust cloud will\ rise several I be fired at once. "WI "'" e HALF C HM
temperature In Central AmerIca that five years of development thousand feet. But since So well-controlled would the Kl".t> ,.. ... .kuy .... nil ., film. TODAY & EVERY DAY
and In the United State, the .M m..Ilr' _'*. p... .... 'rn *."
explosives produc most of the radioactive particles I fallout be that within a few days GALLON
Ml r M llxk and Whit.
riot blurred the real problem of tion and crater In. experimentsmust will have been in Intimate I men could move in for the fol-
the future of the Panama Canal. be carried out first. contact with dust particles to I owup work. How long would the TODAY & EVERYDAY
'I The existing Panama Canal is Johnson estimate the cost of which they will adhere, most of 1 whole job take? Perhaps two COUPO fr
no longer adequate to shipping a nuclear-excavated sea-level the radioactivity will\ fall backto rears,, once it was begun. Butit
need A lock canal it carries the with other I could be the
,canal at no more than $500 million ground along not begun on PILLOW PROTECTOR
ship up and over the Isthmusof I debris in the ,immediate vicln !ipur of the moment. ",
Panama by a series of steps, ity of the explosion. Little If "11 the United State wants to I
each of which require lock 2 Sttps Necessary any fallout would be added to I develop capability to carry out SSS2,. *
opening and pumping.A When excavation is carriedout I the world's atmosphere. With I major nuclear-excavation pro- 7'40
ship cannot navigate by conventional explosives, I further experimentation there Is j ecu, like the Isthmian canal, it .vise./1.M. Nn11.rY-i1 i
through the locks. It must be two separate operations are I every reason to believe that will take five years of hard .
with Mini M ntf ,A.rll 111>
aimlt 4 MUM y
towed and maneuvered "
by a necessary the blast which I even this tiny amount could be vork before we're ready, says
team of six locomotive at two loosens the material, and I greatly reduced. ohnson.J r t t.I
mile an hour. I .
WITH .II
Need ImperativeWith I. cOUPO .: 4 NONSLIPtIFOAeER .IH
y.Ir I
forecast of continuing
Increases In traffic, a bigger PLASTIC DROPCLOTH SACKING
wider, deeper, lea level canal .i COMiIHATIOH
without lock teem to be im I
LADIES'TERRY TWSDS AND
perative.The Putt fiir .My,. rf tv ell ;... CANDY STRIPES
I Pa/.w pl.nk tI eletlln. 13' l
level canal pressure has for been a big growing, sea ROBEOn ValiraaimU 1'', 1 uwut

IM dy| 'H t* ...., flf raI Tnauoutys
a for years. In 1957, the House wltk MUMH. Him M.....".April S
Committee on Merchant Marine I hiss aIM 1 t. In 40-4_ .fi TNt HOUSIIEDROOM
and Fisheries appointed a board'' ... -.fNr -"I." ,. ell MM fc*. .. a islets LASTING J
of consultants-engineere-to investigate | la tile lincry. !COUPOEXTENSION QUALITY i
and report. After WASHAILI
J studying the question the board PURCHASE28.J CORD 11
i found that the cheapest solution I COMPARE
possible with conventional engineering
methods would be I HIGH QUALITY and LOW PRICES make kITC.EH AT 2.19
MEN'S HANDKERCHIEFS Study f ft, ratio. ..- E:
i deepening and widening the beautiful music at FOOD TOWN MARKETS w M4 citwilM tw -UL A*. 22 ,
present canal converting it to
I M..'. Ml itw eli!( kiI ".t'etI-4Ja 1.Iw0.1.1111.SIN 188NALLWAY

nearly a sea-level$3 billion waterway. The cost: u. S. Good I .n... wkit. h..d.k.nhkfapa..f. 97'LADIES' ....,. tkrn .........,,*rll. ,

Maj. Gen. W. E. Potter, then d 110.
governor of the Canal Zone anda
member of the board wondered New AIMttaoC....

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had group another been of mission.given experts its This had task was received another the CHUCKIh39C Sal Hepatica :.I sir: ... 59*


Atomic Energy Commission' 4 .

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exploring the for potential of nuclear & MEN'S (Limit;
energy peaceful put'poses.
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1950. Potter addressed a query: .Mte4 ...... d.y1.,1. e.l.... ,

I J, Central What a would aea-level American be the canal Isthmus cost of in digging the by. 1 Value 98c 7T Jiffy Popcorn sCHAISE : this,' ,ant..n.2 f.r 44 Value 79c 49C


nuclear The expert power at the Lawrence Regular Size-Six Pack JEWELRY DEPT SfECIALSaRIDICULOUS .

Laboratory gave an encouraging '
it though qualified ctn. ,
reply. If the cheapest potential 29c !
route were used, that from Sa- COKES Plus Dtp. ,
aardl to Moth, in Panama an I LimitTwo "' ,tearless AM-FM r. : '
( entirely new, wide, sea level AML. t.M pl.t* 'Ii' :
canal could be dug for about r hk hwriMr TV 237STORAGE
le saws ..........
S800 million-a* compared to $3 CLEAR PLASTIC ,m.,. N_ :
billion for converting the present Delight Colored :. '

s canal aOTHES HANGER
Since I960 lame very Important lb. BOX

developments have ruN IK* 1. + ff O J SPACERS
9 fT ,
OLEO Limit Two ,..,..e.w..l.wr.w>..... M tw 2 |I jj\. CRAZY!
To Hear wNMn. HIM,,... II.. I .s.t d 10 kriit- I.,.tI. .....
Group With 2.00 .. .....
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0 Purchase I Imported wlcdproof i.ddu. to drat cI In
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ISicrtk rvthtont, Mlf-hna> MftofW \+ vain Limit 2)) Compare '
MeetingMax tlllemlnd k rtwcMHJ at 100 69'
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J. Selig. professor of bus jODEACH( qt. lOc sss.aASes.vassss. s.a>e
tress administration at Florida limit
Southern College since 191 7, will Two LOUNGE or BEACH PAD
be the speaker tomorrow night Ij ...
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I Ml TOO*" >" rebb..d. with
at a meeting of the Lake Region ..eyaaM.. .. w.ht.rnp..f ,1.,1 I 44
Chapter of the American' *ne-w.11I. .. fit ...t .hdw 2
Association for the United Na Fairlane Frozen Sliced ...... ... II8'fect fe Mesh w peel [j
lions I .Lwei.e-C.q.r. N S1.T0 .
The meeting to be held at the l [j] IiA4M.tel

Church College at Heights South Boulevard Methodist and I STRAWBERRIES k;= 19 C .

East Charles Street,. will beginat
S o'clock.The .
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subject of Selig'a talk . -
will be "Israel and the United' STORAGE BINS
Nations. Color slide of his J
recent visit to Israel will be I #1 Tall Can Royal Pink a... ... WhWHI e, ...... -=- FoId1a9
shown. t M !I. .*.*... Mm. tor T.*.tofcl.i,

in Selig Europe has and traveled has extensively made two T I*kmriraM*. .Ieu"l l,* (..... to !.". If ,.. .... t* h..w ....... bbl.y. ..... tMy',. -SHOPPING.. .1...../.1 CART

trip to Israel. lie also has vis' 4 9a 15th. 5. .... who ftIy' bbl, ... ... fa yw fn.tqy h- -..
SALMON 19. O 'or 1 00 .I/5
ited Mexico Central America.,, at c.t. PhhMdse'. WMtry FUh. TJa .ta Ik =., .. =
ValueHANDBAGS ,.... .. ...
Canada and has teen most ol D..e..e .f H y f Ie. Dra. ,,_ .r 399
the United State. l, .e
Dr. Leo Rockwell, presidentof CASTING OUTFIT e. N NFACIAL

the Lakeland Chapter will,I TISSUE BOX
preside. The meeting is open" 5.s, .N ..ww.q.Mw1WWr

to the public. Dtnct Drtwe tale ,1t. II y4.. ...... 399 .t1.... HN U.1.1 ear 29"

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Obedience I SPECIAL -- a

Club Plans "" ''' w GARCIA SPIRE 1E OUTFIT PURCHASE
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meeting of the newly formed M..e1...., ... .- Myftes S ft. .....
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will be held on Tuesday night L- .'
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at 8 o'clock at Tir rtown, Hangar law t.e..l style 1etII1ea' MUSTAD HOOKS
2. The club I Is sponsoredby w_ ........ .I.......... cliow..t
the Park and Recreation''' 610 W. MEMORIAL 1621 N. FLORIDA AVE. -- fw ...... ........ '
Department of the City of W Meet Phi. .f II sate Missal H.All.

Lakeland.Election of officer will take I AND 991 COMBEE ROAD I Compare 266. J... 15 1..Mr-.-.. ... a

place, and the by-laws and other '' at 3.49 -.5 .is ri

important business will be OPEN SUNDAYS 8 TILL 6 w..I
diicussed. Only of :
owner dogs
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Lakeland Family Living Among

I I l' Let's Go To Meeting This Week Young



u.' teov tANILANB IQUADAON Of TMI at B.i.r a C.atn id Short Pit Indians In British Guiana
AIIM" NIINV UNITS ,
CIVIC AID fATHOL LodVIck Air. ]lIt* Tran. Co (T.rm Bvo> at Fro.1piool Primitive
& : from O/OOdtoo-2i/th port T PM.SINIOP J\ftono c...'".
iCo'r: r r.) at Ni.erre C.nIjri -
Plf{ 2JOta> Trana Co SOCIAL CLVS.neell!! M TUIIOAVLAKfLANB
O-.rm.,. Wo.b h-wtproof AOMTVI iauranli ItinrliMu fi4 4:f oil.m irFtt: ; ;: KIDOI CLUB. 1,JO
DI .. : "'-, at Lak.land Woman. ClubLA By NANCY BROWER ,
I MONDAY K ( LAN YOAITMA.TIID'CLU.
LA..LaND AINIOW CAM ROYAL NII.H.DONS '. Womin'i WriterA [
1 Staff
ANT DUILO or AMimcA. 110 pm. it :. int.t.wd' Pint..
In Ml .till /IK* and portrait country Club l.t.tM eoinmiulir s.nl Anr mp Dol.
front .I'.III1r. adralnl.lr. *. bill linp Ol/lctn am .Il.ndI. < LAIC.LAND ANT CLUD ..W, aoior young Lakeland man, his '
wife tA.7J
and their three i ia
.
Ch.r.NS1/: .r i rl.dul.4 drill 2lah T.na Co <> bulIdlM. E1. Airport wltn pre-
etie or LAKILANO: (Term: I.t> 313rd MPJ>.t Id) and lira. Waoml '. UuuruclorLAKCLANe ichool children live and work
_*__48 .m. al Cr..t Rntaurant id 3d hf, flHlh Tirana Co oil I II KXCNANai ektlB, r
.... the Macushl Indiana
S 10 at the Cadat KMtauranhLARILANO among
nOTARV CLUe II.IS in the savannahs of British
Deadlines Are Guidelines p.m. at tn. Cad.l R..tauraiit.
Guiana
oh/dul.dadritlr-Co 1L UNJ1:: _
I | p 7 Bn The Lakelanden are Pat
T 12Ut tr IA. M.J
Op J341B
Read 'Em, But Don't WeepWith .n ?(BBII 7 Ui'Uxlatlcai 34Ut 'Lr: Footer, eon of Mr*. A. P.
pour. Foster, 114 N. Fortner Ave.,
LAKILAN.. WATIK SKI CLVI. Sm. till wife, June, and their children
the publication of The days prior to the desired pub 4. L.UIDad HUH Sclwoi, Moon Johnny, five; Timothy,

Ledgers Saturday morning lication date. lunchMa ILLINOIS I at CLUB noon, m aav.r.d bM.m.nt'Uh three; and Lynn one. Pat

edition, beginning March 21, All other edition news Items for the i Ma o.ru>na..,.U4C'0.'Cl cnlUi.. OnUr| al.,Cot..... and June are mleilonariei
Sunday must be
received .
rroiram (ollovs.WOMEN'S serving the Unevangelized
deadlines for the women'spsges .
by noon the preceding RIPUeLICAN, CLUB O. Fields Mliiioni, an interdenominational
are as follows* Wednesday. Those for the Sat. III LAKILANO.at Bap dia6:: at* tlr; Mint.Aria organization.
Cl.wa 3401
edition be
urday must
Engagement and wedding turnedin KATHLEEN LOOOI III, ream, Maculhllndl.ne are classed
stories for a Saturday or Sun. by the preceding Thursday rx)i ar eomnunlrat eilTIRI: 1 I JO P.mYtMMN at at semi-civilized because they
dy edition must be received noon. This Includes church Country: Car Siho.i. MJ a.am Lamon wear clothes. Otherwise they

nib later than noon the preceding news, which In the future will CHAP.Tin at w horn, PIO of{l TIRMOOB Mra, O O, are a primitive tribe. "Sa

Monday A wedding must be published Saturday rather Turns Do.b.tl tilt cit..zeouBr Mir.mar On '... boaidBi..tui vannahs la the term for the

hive taken place on the pre- than Friday al S.10 a rn. at alubooiuo. grassy plains on which these
fling Saturday to appear in a News items to appear in a WIDNItOAVLAKSLANB Indians live. The plains are 4

S .day edition. weekday edition must be re Ilia Cite ..f'1'H'c\.Vl.'HRINI\ CLUB p m,BiaaUt virtually treeless, very wet
rlday weddings will be pub- ceived by noon the day oil. palnUIr.
preceding claM at P M am.. Mr. MarrCarUr and usually flooded during the 1
lisped in the Saturday edition desired publl-itlon InnrucWrl oil palatine mui which begins in
Cornelia M.ni.i. al 10 am, rainy season 1
I irwnediately following Forpgtrllcatlon date, except for the Saturday 'liii.1 J from and portrait: clw." Instructor ollpamuIn. laCharl.i May and lasts through July, AT MISSION STATION-Pat and June Foster and young graphed, on the right, nearest Mrs. Foster Is a visiting missionary -
In a weekday edlttnn edition which I deadline .la Hold.r 1 to ID portrait PA iD.truotloalib and often extremely dry the Timothy are pictured at center In this group photographed at and a British rancher and his wife, who have takes

Monday through Satur.wedding Thursday noon. Deadline for rn. Murrar all at admloutratloB Oold.horou.h 7 pundlal.1Ide 3030. remainder of the year according the mission station In British Guiana. On the left are two Gulanan citizenship
day, and engagement the Monday edition of The : Airpurt. O.DI. to the young missionaries.
HIM
eMN NalI : Macushl Indian men obviously delighted at being photo-
dJ.pU.
stories. must be received two Ledger Is Friday noon. KALKM.THU. A WHIT D m.{at Maaonl. Tmpl.. British uuiana is a country
-I Mr., J. Drao, .ortb> huh pour about the same size as the
{
..., eel
proildo Alt Mlomniri ta witch doctors through
go
t "led. state of Florida located on
THUMSOAVkAKIkAND of South elaborate rites to exorcise. the
coast
EXCITINGA LIONS CkWe, at 11 IIm. the north spirits and heal the patients,
LIFE STRIDE'S p al Tlio Cad.t R ..taurant.LAKILANO America nearest Venezuela. '
APT OUIla. oil p.lnt- but the "quack" or "amateur" -
V'htii.ili: : Serve Remote Area witch doctors rub red
"' The Fosters have served
Into the
3 ion. e.Pi.r, wilt IIUwn m..I" :: r-a1d and. five years at a mission station pepper and noses of sick eyes people, mouths In
,
t7i .It S JO :lunch ter ,:intl.aotlrltr. LurD tint'.andwViryI 300 miles Inland from thecoast order to burn out the offending r

A @TEi ..OLTNO IOIl0nCTIY. and accessible only by spirits According to Pat 1 rya
UI 0110.11 of ELKS kooof nl'. air. are currently backIn
They
ottini at S 10 m. at J:1I: Lode, lot Foster, the cure Is much
i crrTus:' c'iHTf' KitwANie. .ist the states on a furloughand worse than the disease.

P r5l,..K>.Vi1J N'i'rf'Op THt. will return to the same Living Is Easy aw+ *'w
station for another five-year
NAILNOD
I.OTM'.MOOD 0.
TPAINMIN.n.r.d dish 110th.. atB000 In September. AU of The Macushl Indians are
period
'I' OoUDU ClUb 4t.W ..om.miMaliu
b row n-skinned and have
born in
children were
: ocuioo.t their
mffb
I .. I p in M Boottlih/ Allo Tom.IAream the mission fleld-the first in straight, coarse black hair.
p). for ...tint aonununlratlon. Kncr.d4ppr.cltt. The men pass their time fishIng .
which they
coastal hospital
( d.HM will M eonpioVIDIHCf a
I. Nome BIMON.rnATION flew to well In advance of the hunting and drinking
CLUB, t.30 p.m. M alubUOUM .- I birth. The two younger chil home-brew. Women gather
and food and make
dren were born in the homeof prepare ;
dresses copied from the Fosters' .
doctor who
KEEP FABRIC FILE a missionary
Sean and Roebuck catalog .
in government outpost
Keep "fabric file" box for lives a
{i s surplus material from suits 25 miles from the Foster They sew with hand-
crank sewing machines like
station.
1 and be dresses.useful when These reweaving piecescan Pat Foster, a Lakeland High those used by the Seminole

or patching is required School graduate, is a linguist- Indians.
- evangelist and convenes with Both men and women of
the Macushl in their native the Macushl tribe tend to do

In Every "Werjli" tongue. Circumstances com as little as possible and often rrt

I pel him to be a d -yourself go hungry for a day or two,
1& You Save doctor as welL He routinely although food is plentiful and
removes the large thorns and need only be gathered."Some. """ j. iIi\q.-\ : ..s<'V

TIMETEMPER splinters which the Indians times the children are sent

are prone to imbed in themselves to the mission school so hungry MACUSHI FAMILY-This man his wife and child are members of the Macushl Indian

on hunting trips into they fall asleep In class," tribe with which the Fosters live and work. They are pictured beside the mission school, in

i Guess how many candy the bush. Malaria la a corn* Pat said which church services are also held ..IiI
MONEYWith The Macushl
mon ailment and he has occasionally!

hearts are in the jar. learned to administer the earn a little pocket money by among the Indians, all the According to the Fosters, some seasons It Is necessary
. medicine for this disease. selling tropical fruits. They
Our deceaseds relatives scream, Indian
most
girls marry with. for the Fosters to sleep un
Complex cases are trans.ported spend this. money for shirts wall and mourn loudly for a out benefit of ceremony at der mosquito netting

I FLUFFDRYLaundry to the mission doctorat and trousers for the men time, while all Inhabitants of the age of 13, 14 or 15. Although Kerosene
WD tbe government outpust cloth for the women to sew the village file past the the practice Is discouraged ImportantJune
Service Into tightly-fitted dresses and Foster cooks
her
Operation Was Failure corpse, point a finger at the by the missionaries
for Why the ? flown-in groceries: on a kerosene
sugar sugar
t -
and "Not Ididn't
body say, me and the
first government,
"My men
operation was a
All table, bed and bathroom "Well, I guess they want a stove. Food Is stored
,"! f a FREE pair wonderful linens beautfu"v, washed and failure," Pat admits. "I triedto little something sweet," said punish you. Punish" the often take more than one in a kerosene refrigeratorand
f ironed Including: hankies, remove a huge thorn imbedded the one who punished you. wife. However, they never Is
I who added light kerosene
missionary, provided by
I : Chenille' spreads, wosh.I in a woman's big toe. Death Chant admit the second wife Is a
LIFE STRIDE shoes I oble rugs WearIng The local anesthetic I gave "They eat the sugar as Is- The reason for this strange wife, but call her a sister Instead pressure lamps. What
I apparel' If they don't cook with it" fresh vegetables the familyeats
wore off before I got the chant Is that the Indians believe .
I any, returned Hazard it must grow in a home
Occupational
death is the
never result
thorn out and the patient Population Explosion
I It's safe fall In love with Life Stride . fresh air garden. Otherwise, food is
to pumps you'llsee dried and kicked me. Right then I decided If an Indian gives a missionary of sickness, accident or Before the missionaries canned or dried. Even but.

I why when you visit our store and see the exquisite folded. this was a case for the food the missionary old age, but rather a spell came, unwanted babies, usually ter comes in cans
doctor." Is expected to eat It on the cast by evil spirits Each In.
collection of new spring shoes. And for en added 9 Ibs. . . $1.26 June Foster suffered an at. spot "Broken teeth are an dian wants the deceased to girls, were killed. Now The Foster family washing
this Is forbidden by law but
I Incentive.. enter our Candy Heart Contest. Merely Additional. ........ 14c ea. tack of acute appendicitis occupational hazard among know that It was not he who Pat Foster suspects it, still What Is hand-done by Indian girls
during a nationwide strike the missionaries here" said cast the spell, lest the dead wrinkles are not
I drop your entry Into our store or mail It to us. ..you which had grounded all Pat. He explained that the person cast the same spell happens "They may not ac smoothed out by the strong
tually knock the child In the
i may be our lucky winner.SNYDER'S CUNNINGHAMLAUNDRY planes. While the missionary main food of the Macushl is on him head as they once did, but winds that blow over the
doctor performed in roasted manioc, which is rock. Another Indian rite Is no savannahs most of the time
surgery neglect it until it dies.
his house Pat held the kerosene hard and which the Indianseat longer performed by the Ma. However may this is becomingmore are Ignored. Nothing is

t i SHOE STORE lamp and shooed the by swallowing whole. Missionaries cushl, largely due to the Influence and more ironed
uncommon.In
Mrs. Foster
bugs find this difficult of missionaries who teaches the Indian
1141 E. PARKER ST. away. fact
we are having
a
The Indians consider all Illness and attempt to chew It came before the Fosters. In population children in the mission
: 117 S. Kentucky Downtown Lakeland MU 3.1111 the result of a spell cast In the Fosters' efforts to this ceremony, designed to explosion. school. When her own children

by evil spirits "Professional" preach the Christian gospel make young men mighty deer The Fosters live in a mud. are school-age, she will

to the Machusi they have been hunters, large, stinging ants brick house with cement teach them, too
w hampered by the Indians' are tied to a thong of deer floors and aluminum sheetingroof. The Fosters are members

habit of thinking and acting hide The candidate for the There are screens at of Kentucky Avenue Presbyterian

I Free 3-Letter as a tribe rather than as Individuals degree of deer hunter is the windows, but these serve church which con

rI : "Of course, the obliged to pull the strip of mainly to keep the bugs In. tributes to their work among
appeal of Christianity is to deer hide with its infuriated say the missionaries At the Indians

the individual." Pat explained. captives through one nostril

When then Is a death and out the other. Alderman-

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: . On Mouses of IJcuy-Ccirc Home. Planning Mr and Mrs Maurice Ald

: Dacron and Pfmn Cotton t erman, Swindell Road, have

: I announced the betrothal of
Begins With fl
r their I daughter, Marcella

: LI } Louise, to Horace Earnest of

S5 Cabin Crafts Plant City, son' of the Rev.

I; and Mrs E. T Earnest of

I Dade City. s.

Adds personal touch to your wardrobe . your favorite blouw styles' Nylon Carpets Plans for a June weddingwill

with your own Initials . monogrammed FREE Famous Bobby James be announced
IF YOU'RE PLANNING
Docron polyester end plmo cotton blouse tailored with core and Miss Alderman is a seniorat
j NEW DECOR FOR YOUR
finttsa for eaiual or carter wear Roll-up or long sl"vtd stylts to \L Kathleen Senior High I

: top your tklrtl. and slim |Time. B.rmudo, Italian or stitched collar stylesto FLOORS, FIND OUT School where she Is a memo
ber
WHAT'S NEW AND of the OCT.
: choose from. 'In a fantoitic array of colors to accent spring with o (, BEAUTIFUL IN The prospective bridegroom

: froth, smart look Cxcluilvs with Racy's In Lakeland t NYLON CARPETING attended Plant City High ..............."olWI'MARCELLA....--- .t. it
School and is '"
employed in
by lobby James r
j Bartow by Midstate Packers.
MISS ALDERMAN
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: a Wilts a LIht Gr." C White a T.uol. ELLIS BROS. INC. Whipped CreamPRINTS
a Clack' a Mint A
Jleek a Lllht Grey r ,
: Sled a G...
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a Nary a L,. T.Ieu01.. 3420 SO. FLORIDA AVE.
a O..n. a Lllht Gra." /
a G.I a LIht Clue 686-4193 '
a Purple a D.k Gr."
Pik a 1.1,. a Ltl.a a Yellow

/enLl It... 1t.1 Hn, GalLEI. / DUPONT 501 100% o.c... 45" WW. t..Me4.e'

.. C 1te.1? a Pink. CONTINUOUSFILAMENT hr Irl-I.,. Reiulerry tells for 2.<9 and
a M.I. Clue a Bilge CARPET 291 ,I.

a Light IluI De.k Crow Priced $ f-95 Sq.

a Aqui From V Yd. $ 29
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LAKELAND LEDGER, Sunday, April I. IN4 J-C
Tourist Club


4, LISTENING IN ActivitiesActivities 1 ", I i j >_ Camp- Fire Girls Plan An International Tea \J


are planned for Camp Fire Girls Leaden' their guardian, Mrs JosephA. tary; Irma McConnell, trea phone chairman They will
members of the Lakeland Association will meet at the Mayo and Mr. Mayo. surer; Chris Robinson, song meet Tuesday afternoon at
whh Tourist Club this week at Camp Fire clubhouse at 9:39 leader,. and-Patty Miller, tele the home of Mrs. Jim Young

: OLIVI STOUT SYKES. ...4... Womon's UlHr Magnolia Building, Civic; Cen-
o'clock Thursday morning. -.J .
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ter, as follows: Mrs. Billy J, Williams, chair : .,.... \ .
The/ Golden Lines/ Drawn Monday, dance 8 to 11 p.m., man, will preside
.. Mr, and Mrs. Gayle Scho- Wakiya Camp Fire Girls will rrn BEAUTIFUL
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field, hosts, Ira Spurgeon, -
chairman. be hostesses tomorrow after I "
\ The coming of Spring to our lovely Lakelatid land fills our hearts with Tuesday, cards 2 p.m., Mrs noon at an International tea in
joy asJU' does hearts everywhere, though in our land it is short lived Spring Dudley Smack, hostess; com the home of their guardian, i MOUNTINGS .i d'

can l best be described. as a golden line drawn between winter and summer, munity sing 7:30: p.m., led by Mrs, Ted Covington, 1
Out ofjthe winter's chilland Bill Scott and Jake Besan-
IMl1OWt. .
"
Mrs. YoshI HaN and Mrs.Kikula { ked.g
early darkness at fish very much, but when I try rapping each other, Gold. con, program, 8 p.m., featuring .
flowers Junior Woman Club Toda, whose homesare 1f'1 ... !. n
eventide hope andsoftidr' see these pictures my mind water says Johnson doesn'tk -
and the sweet wanders to choice morsels n 6 w what hes talking chorus, Highlighters Trio. anda In Osaka, Japan, will be Officers have been electedby , ,",
EessOD,1 sizzling in a pan of hot oil, about, and Johnson says duet, all under the directionof guests In their native costumes the Joyful Blue Birds at
J Instead of the hard so what must it do to those Goldwater doesn't know what Mrs. True Burr Dance and will tell of their native Carlton Palmore School Theyare
soaking rains and driving who really like to catch and he s talking about, and Rockefeller numbers will be presented by customs Jill Norris, president; 4
winds *of March that eat them? says Nixon doesn't Lanl Weston Mrs Gordon Fern Gibson, vice president;
with
crushfand tear the bios- Speaking of fish, do you know what he's talking about Macfarlane is chairman. They are In Lakeland Pattie Harville, secretary: I
the and soft fishermen know about the and Nixon says Scranton does Wednesday, Chat&ew 'at' 2 their husbands who are doing Susan RI I I. t e r, treasurer;
moonlight a sea monster caught in Gulf not know what hes talking p.m.,. program at 2:30 p,m., cancer research In the Southern ( Sherin Smallwood, songleader,
erfApril showers that about presented by Mrs John Peelle Bio Research Instituteat
waters back In 1912 by CapU Becky Higglnbotham house.
flowers drink with de Charles H. Thompson? The "And you know, the fright. and Percy. Snyder Mrs. A. J, Florida Southern College keeper and Anita Bergquistand tort
light monster reportedly weighed ening thing is they may all Barr Brown, chairman. Another guest will be Mr.. Burklee Cole, hostesses
: the days grow 19 tons, had a girth of 23 be right Thursday picnic at noon, J, Appleton who will give some Cleveland Court School's
longer/ and the daylight feet and a length of 45 feet. eee dancing from 2 until ,Sp.m. of the highlights of her escape Daisy Blue Birds have elected .
linger to join hands with In her book "Florida's Roy( Bates, picnic chairman, from Poland She will Karin Miller, president; Twila Nts
the moonlight and as soft Era" announced this will be the last sing In Hebrew and ex NELS Jt
Vanishing Eleanor H. Lt. and Mrs William W. songs Groff, vice president; Viven in
,dreaminess lulls our land D. Pearse tells about the Morris of Topeka, Kan, are picnic of the season Cards plain the hors.Decorations. Martinasek secretary Ann
|with_the first warm daysof monster and a picture of it here Easter visiting with her will be played at 7 p.m., Mr, and refreshments Pickart, treasurer; and Cheryl ELRY
Spring. is published therein. Mrs. mother, Mrs. John p, Kearns and hosts Mrs John Wonnacott, will be typical ,of Ja Ann Peck, housekeeper, Mrs JEw les
,f&To most of us only the Pearse father was Charles 845 S. Mississippi Ave. Join pan and Isreal Foster E Health is their leader Avsnue
cessation of the miracle A Dean, who in the fall of ing the family circle was S.Friday Mabusth, cards, card at 2 chairman p.m., A. Can te ya tin za Camp Fire 106 South Florida Yea rl leI
|ofjSpring, would bs! mi- 1903 had built in Morris Cree Ann's brother, Richard, host. Girls will go( to Hillsborough Lozawa Camp Fire Girls, location fps 20
I raculous the constant exercise Heights, N. Y., an 80-foot who attends st. Petersburg River State Park Friday after whose guardian Is Mrs Ray Some
,
; Saturday, cards 2 m Mr.
steam yacht which he named Junior p noon for weekend camping. have IIh
of God's College, and their sis Delk elected officers IId
power we Mabusth, host.
stake ;for granted. the Aroostook ter, Mary, who Is a student They will be accompanied by They are Jenny Black, president
Of the boat, Mrs. Pearse at Immaculata Junior Collegein ; Melinda Delk vice president r
. eHere's wrote "On this we could live Washington, D. C Little Theater Eleanor Williams. secre d
for five months of the year Presently at home with his tBiJdIzLLAKELAND ; a
( a news scoop Ibope and thus be independent of mother is John, who's between General Meet '1 I
::Guess who's( been cast 11I
the late and college and career.
closingsof
in the role of Professor HigglnsJJn openings TIlE EMPIRE INTRODUCES .
the south Florida hotels." Lieutenant Morris is with /Is WednesdayLakeland .
the
Laket
upcoming Mr. Dean, who loved the the U S. Air Force He and GENERAL
land'Little Theater production South Florida waterways and Cree Ann plan to return tomorrow HOSPITAL Little Theater will aU
"'
: tV' "My Fair Lady? undeveloped land, came down or Tuesday. They Mr and Mrs, Levert Short, hold, Us annual general meet. A BRIGHT NEW LOOKIN
<,You'll never guess, so I'll tell from New York on the Aroo drove down 1307 W. Walnut, daughter, Ing of the membership Wed- .
Homer Hooks! Homer'sthe
you stook, "alternating the outside April 2. nesday at 8 p.m. at Civic r
f e e
genial general
managerof and inland waterways." Mr, and Mrs William Center Theater.
I 1 the ,Florida and Citrus Commission and- Mrs Pearse wrote, "Therewas D. H. Sloan Jr. 969 Hoihngsworth Thornton, 508 Oriole Drive, All persons holding season SWIM WEAR .I'I
] a busy -
p we might add a well'paid no( Miamt Beach in 1903, Road, has had visiting daughter, April 2. memberships are eligible to 1t
I employe -pretty and he'. but while waiting at Miamifor him for the Euter holidays ( Mr and Mrs, Roy( L. Bax- attend and vote for a new r .I't.I'r
J busily organizing Commis'Coordinating the yacht to arrive "we his son, Jim, and Jim's ley, 1730 Rotary Drive, daughter board of directors, LLT president t 1I
announced 1t
(she and her mother) lev- Bill Gibson r1
en
affairs so that he can wife, Pat, and their two chil- April 2. ,
jsion ed launch trips the Miami After the brief business ses
up dren, Michelle and Dan, of
(GIVE his valuable time to Mr. and Mrs Roosevelt and
LLT. I believe this is Horn- River High Point, N. C Also here Barnum, 85 Washington Park, slon, entertainment refreshments

'ler'a first appearance for Captain Thompson was for the festive days was Miss son, April 2. _....._are. ..planned.- 1 .
[LLT. skipper of the Aroostook, and Eleanor Robinson of Columbus

lAnd who else in all of at his death the Chicago Ga., fiancee of D. H. LAKE WALES HOSPITALMr : Roaring Twenties . Rufffos

J Lakeland could play the part Tribune published this account .- Sloan 111.Sharing. and Mrs Robert Gailey,
[Of,Eliza Doolittle as well as : "Charles H Thompson in the family festivities 417>4 E. Tillman Ave, daughter :J mJL That Whisper and Hippie
died in Miami Florida,
{pert Pat Sutton? This castling were Jim's grand. March 24
the Bench!
well for the February 9, 1946, at the age mother, Mrs S. p, James, Along << .I'i
augurs production Mr and Mrs, Robert L
of -two. He a
was
seventy
and his uncle and aunt. Mr. .
] in Lakeland of the stYIIM ato.A.TLTsv
Perdue, Route 1, son, March
Inmost popular play ever to fishing guide and escort for and Mrs. Jack James, all of 26.
Presidents and other notablesfor Bartow. I
[have Broadway billing. more than half a century Mr and Mrs. H D. Chavls, IN
(The inimitable Barry WUfder . L\
He had been the fishing companion e Babson Park, son, March 28, ITVLI"NO
LLT director, will play
(the meaty role of Alfred P. of Presidents Cleveland News has been received by Mr and Mrs. Albert H COI.O"'ft
[Doolittle, the Cockney dustman Theodore Roosevelt, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph p, War. Pieper, 807 S. 1st St, son,
AID
Wilson and He Th. Mall
Harding accompanied March 31. LN
dell, 1006 St., that
played on Broadway by Marjorie 'OUTHG"TI'HO
[Stanley Holloway, and Gerry W. K, Vanderbilton their daughter, Oleta Nadine, Mr, and Mrs James A Se- "INGCINTI"
world cruise in 1929.
Tipton will play Freddy Eyns- a has made the Dean List at besta. 1310 Mornlngside Dr. t I ,J" '

I ford-Hill, young English aris- . e Wesleyan College, Macon, Ga, son, April 1. MU -S0l i I i
tocrat who falls in love with with a 379 average Oleta
{Eliza. Dr and Mrs. David Rend, came home for the Easter Try the Hungarian way of
Ken Shroyer, long absent 527 Windsor, have visiting holiday during her college mixing beef and veal (in equal ALL APPROVED CREDIT
[from the boards, will play them her mother, Mrs Eliza spring break, and brought CARDS HONORED
the role of Colonel Pickeringto beth Dubney, and her aunt. along with her a classmate, proportions) when you are preparing f
Homer' Henry Higgins: Mrs. Edith Tlchauer both of Miss Mary Jane McCarren, I a goulash. \. "
And it Is believed that ours Montreal, Canada, The visitors Macon. Mary Jane a music =::::: ; : : : : ; I sass ;;I \\..
Is the first'Little: Theater In will remain until next Saturday major, is also on the Dean it
the country to produce the The ladies visited Nassau List and both girls are members P'BS' f Charge Plans [F.NB. i If A. Long torso suit with low back ruffled 7-98 \
4 delightful play this past week, returningto of Sigma Alpha Iota, national I skirt. ( B.
Circle the third week in Lakeland Friday. professional music fraternity I ..

[May on your calendars . ::! B. Skinny shift with tie straps, flounced ,
{mark the date Mary Jane has been elected THE END OF YOUR SEARCH FOR : ruffles and pleated hem 12.98DEUGUTrVL 1I

. Jackie Gleason through all president of the SAI fraternityand UNIQUE JARDINIERS AND PLANTERS IS .I
Oleta
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([(i(try round Polk published his County an about luck almost as In Lakeland the daily the pictures waters In The and We lumber countries? send They and billions and take paint what the of to do dollars lumber these theydo Lakeland Cherokee Raymond organ Trail teacher and C. Smith piano.was, Mrs 1830 Her I i Qitt incJoli nab.. i ii ii i r I eaeh Fhrt9 j I Ii w trr ,.n


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Mrs Lula Belle Hickerson ber of the Polk County Democratic 1066 S. Florid One Of The Widest Selections In TownYOU'LL !

of the Women's Club, having
was elected president Phono. MU 1-1211 'tI
Coordinating Council of Wo- served as vice president; andIs I BE GLAD YOU CAME OUT .I ..
| Week's Special
men's Organizations at the serving on the board of the This ,
meeting Friday at the Elks Friends of the Library. PlasticsJ4"wida I roitit Out (. Mom; T. Phillip 66 Station
i Lodge. She represents the The new president is a Upholstery i' Turn Bight On Longlillow T. Our Si i,.. p. :
Pilot Club on the Council. member of both the Florida A.tt. Cel.n.59ff t) .

I Others elected were: Mrs. and Southern Associations for Give Your Home A Gift Too
Henry J. Wunderlich, vice Children Under Six, and is Yard c. Wrap skirt with .
president representing the director of the Lakeland Day gingham check
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represent- 1898 r.'
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4-C LAKELAND LEDGER, W. R. WolfeTo /C/iow/es-Moore/
Newberg-Smith Sunday. April s,1544Eastern /


Star I4T44s Observe of the engagement r ,
Miss Lucille Elaine New Announcement .,
fr berg't engagement to the Rev. 89 of Miss Mary Glen-
Robert Charles Smith has State Meets Birthday da Knowles to Jerry Moore,
; been announced by her parents i son of Mr. and Mrs. HowardC.
;d the Rev and Mrs. Robert W, R, Wolfe will be honoredat Moore, 1619 Columbia, has
i F. Newberg. Lake Parker This WeekThe a family reunion and picnic been made by her parents,
a. Drive. The prospective bridegroom dinner today In observance of Mr. and Mrs. Dalton E.
is the son of Mr. and Grand Chapter of FlorIda his 89th birthday, which it today Knowles, 1226 Ruby St.
Mrs. Curtis E. Smith, 106 Lake The event will begin at The wedding planned for
e. Order of the Eastern Star, 20 at 8 at Wet
Bonny Drive. 1 p.m. at the north shed at June pm.
The 'couple will exchangevows will meet in Jacksonville Tues city park. Lakeland Church of God All

on May It at S p.m. at day through Saturday at the Mr. Wolfe came to Lakeland friends and relatives are invited
First Assembly of God Church.A Coliseum.The from Citrus County In 1887. He to attend.
native of DesMoines, session will be known recalls that at that time Lakeland A 1962 graduate of LakelandHigh
Miss Newberg was graduatedfrom had few houses and no School. Miss Knowleswas
as the "Light and Harmony
of the Future
School member
Lakeland High : a
In 1961 where she was a member Session"! and will be conducted paved streets. Homemakers of America, DCT
of the Youth for Christ k by Mrs. Irene Johns of ,Ai a young man he workedfor and Lionettes, girls' service
Club. She attended South.Eas Green Cove Springs, worthy Mrs. Morrell who gave club. She was president of
Lakeland hospital Later he
tern Bible College, and is em pM grand matron, and Walter a t 'Qit a Teens for Christ. The bride-
worked barber In one of
as a of Liberty -
Markets elect is an employe
ployed by Publix Super
Fennell of Odessa, worthy earliest barbershops
the
Inc. A im+Rv city's National Life Insurance
... In his later he L.--
grand patron. years
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The Rev. Mr. Smith, a native Company
of Palisades Park, N.J., is MISS LUCILLE NEWBERG Mrs. Carey Cox of Lakeland worked In the citrus industry. of Norfolk, Va., MISS GLENDA KNOWLES
a 1951 graduate of Lakeland Chapter No. 26 will be grand The Lakeland pioneer.makes Mr. Moore was graduated In
High School. He was a memo escort to Mrs. Mary Johnson, his home with his son In-law 1959 from Oscar Smith High in electrical engineeringat
ber of the Youth for Christ Eastern Bible College. He is grand treasurer. Charles La.. and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. School in South Norfolk. He Jor' of South Floridain
Club and DCT at LHS. The pastor of First Assembly of flier will be assistant grand F. M. Bradley, 61S N. Ver. attended South Eastern Bible University The
prospective bridegroom attended God Church in Davenport and sentinel. mont. College, and Is a student at Tampa. prospective
Central Bible InstituteIn an employe of Montgomery Other Lakelanders planningto Other children who expectto Florida Southern College bridegroom Is employed by
Springfield Mo and South- Ward Co. attend are Mrs. Paul Jett i attend the reunion are Mr. where he is preparing to ma- FMC.
a ......
grand representative of New and Mrs. C. M. Wolfe of Ma-
Mexico in Florida; Mrs. con, Ga., Mr and Mrs. W. B.
p James C. 'Entzminger, past Wolfe of Fort Walton Beach,
grand Ruth of the Grand R. H. Wolfe of Venice, Miss
We Do Expert Chapter of Florida; n- Julia Wolfe of West Palm
Mrs. Roy Brown, worthy Beach and Mrs. C. C. Walsh of
Picture Framing matron; Mr. Brown, worthy Lakeland.The .
patron; Mrs. David Price, associate octogenarian has six @@
matron; Mrs. C. T. MRS. IVAN WAYNE BASSFORD grandchildren and three great
Stephens, conductress; Mrs. grandchildren.
I Mr SchellLLM.
see Vernon Dean, associate conductress

I chaplain.; and Mrs. lanier, Miss Judy Freeman And i--,- , fish Garment .- !

'.N.'. There will be no meetingof
the Lakeland chapter on Wayne Bassford Marry MofhprooftJ SAVE I
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Tuesday night.Weaver's.
Pr..ct,1
Mildew
IfOS S. FL, MU 2.695. Miss Judy Delaine Freeman man, sister of the bride, was ,!, :
WedOdorless
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JL'r M.i .
became the bride of Ivan Junior bridesmaid. Wish/ Our

Guild Wayne Bassford last night at Attendants Don Pink / Dry ChoiringANY / :: __-: '

First Baptist Church in a cere The attendants wore identical ,

Annual Meeting mony performed by the pastor floor-length dresses of

Set In OrlandoORLANDO the Rev. Arthur W Rich. pink peau taffeta fashioned
Parents of the couple are with fitted bodices and skirts

The Tropical Mr and Mrs. David Freeman, with sheath fronts and fullnessat

Weaver's Guild of Florida will 607 W. Peachtree St., and Mr sides and back, forming 4 SHORT $169

hold Its annual meeting at the and Mrs Marcus Bassford, short trains. Their! matching
Robert Meyer Motor Inn hereon 1046 N. Webster Ave. headpieces had brief veils.
Music was presented by Roe GARMENTS
Friday and Saturday, Each attendant carried three
H. Goodman and Mrs. Eliza ,:
April 17-H. beth Mack Jr. long-stemmed pink roses.
I After registration at 9 a.m. Wears Princess Gown Kathy Britt, flower girl, .4

Friday, a review of the lec Given in marriage by her father wore a floor-length dress of
tures given by Else Regen- the bride wore a formal white taffeta, with a tiny t
steiner at the Amherst Mass., gown of white delustered satin, crown and veil. Ringbearerwas BLANKETS
Mike Latvala of Bartow,
fashioned on princess lines
seminar last summer, will be 79C '
with a fitted bodice styled with Bill Baker was train bearer.
presented. A discussion of an
exhibit of summer and winter gently scooped neckline and Reception HeldA Packaged In I Ik
,I weave will follow, long sleeves The dome-shaped reception was held In the II Moth-Proof Bag Ecr.
Charles F a g e r, assistant skirt was fashioned with un- church social hall. Mrs. Car. W. R. WOLFE marking f .
professor of sculpture at the pressed pleats at the back lotta High presented gueststo -89th birthday today t
University of South Florida, forming a bustle effect atopa the receiving line. Others
will be the speaker at the cathedral train. Her fingertip assisting in the hospitalitieswere Phi Mu Alumnae I
Swim, sun or playA dinner meeting on Friday. His veil of English silk illusionwas Mrs Charles Dow, Mrs. f'
subject Is "Design, an Ap sprinkled with brilliants Thomas Nicholson, Mrs. Mar. To Hear Plans I, On HOUR .
two piece suit of oil cot proach to Weaving," with his and caught to a crown of cus Bassford Jr, Mrs. Joe \
bias training as an architect the pearls and crystals. She carried Blitch, Mrs. William Dallas Program plans for the next .
ton surftone, with a
basis for his talk. a cascade bouquet of and Miss Margie Taylor. Miss club year will be presented at I >
checked trim to match the
Mrs. Joyce Barnett McGeeof white carnations and stephano- Geraldine Martin presided at the Phi Mi Alumnae Club i
I ihorts elosticlzed Blue checked with red bloomer.checks. Tallahassee will speak Saturday Its, entwined with ivy and centered the bride's book. meeting Wednesday at 7.30: 11 njwsi. !! T!!!! !
11 at 1:30: a.m. Mrs. McGee with an orchid. After a wedding trip to MI. p.m. at the home of Mrs.
Sizes 616. 11.98 and her husband, now a Miss Kay Scarborough of ami and Key West the newly. Marguerite Corn, 175 Lake ,
.
/ professor at Florida State Beaver Dam, Ky., was maidof weds will make their home at Morton Drive, Apt. 2. I 64U
I... s University, resided for three honor. The bride's sister, 1544 Elm Road. Mr. Bass- At the meeting, members '
, OTHER STYLES FROM years in Ecuador. Professor Mrs. Don Freeman, was matron ford Is employed by Davison will be asked to start saving I
8.98 McGee supervised a projectfor of honor.Bridesmaids. Chemical Division of W. R. items for an early fall rummage
the Agency for International were Miss Sharon Grace and Co., Bartow. The sale. Proceeds from the I U Grove Park Shopping Center :
I Development and Mrs. Martin of Kokomo, Ind., bride formerly was employedby sale will be used to support 'I, "
McGee established and direct. cousin of the bride, and Mrs. Drs. Boulware, Johnson local projects and the national : U.S. Hwy. 98, South Phone (829285d
COMPLETE MATERNITY ed several weaving centers. Bernard Jeffriei. Bunnie Free. and Boulware. Phi M u project I
I DEPT Mrs. Ruth Larsen of Fort "Hope "
Lauderdale will exhibit her
Bri1te rugs on Saturday afternoon HainesWatkinsMr gca .D CD.DCCD..nC .D..DCC
A business meeting will I I
close the sessions with officers
3 n..n of f..hlyt for the coming year to and Mrs. Foster W, g> IT'S LIKE GETTING ONE PAIR FREE oEa
be elected. Miss Edith Spen
; I Haines 3122 N. Florida Ave., D
is
211 Eo.f Moir ,,,lol.fond, fle- cer of Kisslmmee presidentof have announced that their c
the
group o
daughter, Marjorie Gay, will c
become the bride of Earl Lee c
Watkins Jr. on June 12 at Calvary r

kins is Baptist the son Church.of Mrs.Mr. Wat-Earl p fMIrl \ 11 C

JUST ARRIVED!! Lee Watkins, 1510 S. Lincoln T t ru r .

Ave., and the late Mr Wat- 8 8t1

kins.The MI
bride-elect Is a nativeof
A Very Large Shipment of Hillsboro, Ohio, and movedto I / / I Ir
Lakeland with her family in C
1959 where she attended and 'j .
of Famous z :
New Spring Styles was graduated from Kathleen C C
High School in 1961. She is a
junior at Piedmont Bible College DRAPERIES : ,llIIIiREMEMBER :
ENGLISH WALKERSi. Winston Salem, NC,
where she is editor of the 1964
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iENGIH
Fanal, college yearbook. Miss Nf ; : i
Haines is employed part.time
Ubof Is Abt., "
In the credit office of W. T. Urtly FREE! .
Grant Co. in Reynolds Manor MISS MARJORIE HAINES
$995 Shopping Center In Winston. D FREE LABOR I | WHY'IUT KfABT.MADI 9
Salem.A School, and also Is a Junior at CJ I DRAPERIES,CAN W H GET S Hj Qjw
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native of Cuthbert, Ga., Piedmont Bible College. He t1 THEM cusoJ. MADE TO YOUR 1 C3
Mr. Watkins moved to Lakeland works part-time with the Mother SrECtAUIING.INI EXACT WINDOW MEASUREMENTS CJ
In 1959. He was graduated and Daughter Stores in Win- [FOR PIACTICAllYTHE SAME PRICE) .
# .in 1961 from Lakeland High ston-Salem. M ** > till wtfttan
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S InmanTaylorLOUISVILLE LAKELAND LEDGER Sunday, April S, 1164 S-C J

Ky-Mr and Sharpe-Thomas M hoateMANITOWAr.
L assengale-C
Mrs. C. T. Inman have an MyersHarrellLAKE

q { nounced the engagement of WI. _A.. ...._
ALFRED Mr. and
their daughter, lavinia Sue, gust wedding in Manitowac Ic OTTAWA, iIi. Miss Iris Mrs L. V Myers-have announced I
to Terry Kent Taylor, ion of is being planned by Miss Marilyn r Marie Massengale's engagement that their daughterwill i
Mr and Mrs. H L (Dutch) Joan Sharpe and David to Fred M. Choate Jr., become the bride of Gen
Taylor, 8M E. Lime St., Lake. Vaughn Thomas Jr. of Tucson, son of Mr. and Mrs. Fred ald Dean Harrell, son of Car.
I 3 land Fla. Ariz. Their engagement has Choate of Oneida, Tenn., has los Harrell of Lakeland and
I II been announced by the bride- the late Mrs. Harrell.
An August wedding at the been announced by her .
elect's parents, Mr. and Mrs parents The wedding will take placeon
Cedar Creek Baptist Church Fred L. Sharpe of Manitowac Mr. and Mrs. CharlesR. June 8 at Inwood Baptist
I is being planned Mr. Thomas Is the son of Mr Massengale, 717 W. Main Church.
Miss Inman, who Is attending and Mrs David Vaughn Thom. St., Ottawa. Miss Myers is a senior at
Georgetown I as of Edgewater Beach Drive, Plans will be 'announced for Florida School for the Deaf in
College, Lakeland. Fla. the wedding to be held in St. Augustine. She will be
Georgetown, Ky., will receivea Miss Sharpe received a Lakeland Fla. graduated in May.
bachelor of arts degree In bachelor of arts degree from Miss Massengale moved to Mr. Harrell was graduatedfrom
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May. Listed In '64 Who's Who the University of Arizona and Ottawa from Lakeland where the Florida School for
MISS LAVINIA INMAN In American Universities and is emoloved as a bacterioln- !- she lived at 802 Golconda the Deaf in St. Augustine in i "
- Colleges, she is editor-in-chief at Tucson branch of Arizona Road. She is a 1962 gradu 1962. He is employed by Sunbeam : ; I
I State Laboratories. ate of Lakeland High School, Bakery! .in Lakeland MARTHA MYERS
PAY AS of The Georgetonian, campus Her fiance holds a B.S. degree where she was a member of I I --
newspaper, living served from Miami University, the DCT Club. She Is employed -
YOU LEARN previously as feature and news Oxford Ohio, and a master's by Carson, Pirie, Scott
.. and Co. here.
editors her degree from the
sophomore and University of _: ;: > -
A 1961 graduate of Oneida,
I Arizona. He has served
L.r.lt end junior years, respectively. lieutenant in the U.S. Marine as a _MISS MARILYN SHARPE MISS IRIS MASSENGALEMcElroyHatkcock Tenn, High School I Mr Wedding
MOlt Mod.r. Currently Anderson Hall l l Corps and Is teaching ut Flowing Choate is a Spec. 4 in the U.S. .
I.euticle.Sch.ol Sweetheart (Andy Angel 1)), Wells High School In Tuc Army, stationed In Germany. Invitations
'In thoSouth I Miss Inman was In the 1964 son.

Miss Belle of the Blue Court. r Mrs. Kincaid
I She Is treasurer of the Stu.

MISSKAY 1 I dent Government Association 10th Grade Bonnie The engagement Joyce (Joy) of McElroy Miss Has Written PHILLIPS a t

I and was voted Most Outstanding. to
i Jerry Hathcock has been Camellia BookThe PHOTOGRAPHERS
Miss Inman also is a announced by the brideelect'sparents a

member of Sigma Tau Delta Mr. and Mrs. W. F. 1505 S. Flo. MU
2.6958 ;
Assembly daughter of the late
McElroy, 2122
I and Camilla Circle.
Alpha Phi
ANNOUNCES. . Gamma, national Mr. Hathcock is the son of Mrs. Dorothy Auer of Lake t
English and Journalistic Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Hath land has written a book on
S A Plan for Every honorary fraternities respectively Dance SetThe cock, 1250 Mitchell St. growing and arranging camel r
Budget and of the Student Na All friends and relatives of lias which has just been published I

Discount for Cash tional Education ,Association. the couple are Invited to attend by Hearthside Press

Small Down Payment Mr. Taylor, a native of Indiana Tenth Grade Junior the wedding on June 6 4 Incorporated
Assembly will hold its spring at 7.30: p.m. at Westside Baptist She is Mrs. Paul Kincaid
,men 'it .. lubttlhif/ for ..p.. I Ii."co will receive a bachelorof dance at the Civic Center Friday Church.M of Gastonia N. C., who frequently 1.
'In Mlettiee your DC hoel. I arts degree from Georgetown at 8 p,m. t II I McElroy attended visited her mother
In Kathleen Senior here and has many acquaintances ., fC'
"Our Students College May. He was A Nightclub theme will! be High School .
Recommend Us"A graduated from Lakeland used in decorations. Bill Tur where she was a member of among Lakelanders.The i
High School in 1960. At ner's Band will play for the the DOT. She is attending first copy of the hand. .
corer with futur con bo dance. He has Lakeland Business School and <7 some and profusely illustrated
played with
I.
yogi for only SI 00 Noextra I Georgetown College, Mr. Taylor Benny.Goodman, Jackie Glea- is employed by General Telephone volume received in Lakeland I.I
,
I. '0'. Is president of Psi Alpha son and Charlie Barnett and Company of Florida. came to Mrs. Harry L Ami- tr
Omega, associate justice of has had 20 years experiencewith The prospective bridegroom don, long.time friend of Mrs {
clal !and the Student Government Association 'various name bands on attended Lakeland I High Auer and Mrs. Kincaid.
and treasurer of Broadway, television and ra- School. He is employed In the -- - Author Took Photos .
dio. warehouse of Publix Super Mrs. Kincaid, noted camellia -
Anderson Hall. He
played the MISS JOY MCELROYPhilliesRobinson
Markets, Inc. lecturer and
tBllaldtJCJlkrp lead role, Thomas Becket, in Plans are being made for grower ac
the Reader' Theatre Production the dance by the following students credited flower show judge a ,
took most of the 104
of "Murder In the Ca- : Brad Barfield, Stuart photo
thedral" last November at the Nesbitt, Anne Anderson, Jimmy graphs-both black and white
and color-which
campus playhouse Anderson, Donna Renfroe, appear in
- - the 220 book
Mr. Taylor is former vice Pam Ingram, Betty Blaine, a page
118 E. Pine St. president of the Baptist Student Anne Foreman, Philip Asher, The engagement of Miss The book, which was four
years In the writing, has been
Union and former Grant Enlaw and
MU 8.4612 president Julia Lynn Clara Alice
Phillips to James described as "sheer perfection
of Calhoun Hall. Hll'lenbotham.'I ': .
-- _n__ Dorothy Hillman, Jan Johnson Franklin Robinson, son of Mr. both physically and as 4
'I Lynda Lewis, Paula Watson and Mrs Herbert C. Robinson to content. The book was t
K. T. Slayton. David 1519 Candyce St., has accepted by the first publisherto
Frack, Jay Ura, Waite Willis, been whom it was submitted,
i eg announced by her par. the author
reports.
f Jimmy Stock*rd,
gJtt I Johns Susan Orren and Bobby Kenneth ents, Mr and Mrs. Percy W. Well Known In South
Bryant > Phillips, Route 4. The author Is known
: Plans for the throughout the South as a i il
John Harrison Hal Hicks, wedding at r
I lecturer on camellias. She Is
Cir.qllai.nhd Charles Wilson, Bruce Hylton, New Home Baptist Church an accredited judge of the l ,.
Chipper' Chipman, :
Nancy will be announced. American Camellia Society
Luce, Danny Hightower, Jack Miss Phillips Is a senior at and of the National Council : ..

Come in soon See our line of fine fur. Boxx Mann,and Bitsye David Gleaton Routel1berg.I, John I,........ Kathleen Senior High School, of State Carden Clubs, holds I4' Ieorlne

niture and carpets and register for Eddie Morris, Phillip Allen, "f where she Is a member of the membership Camellia in the Society International and lurre ,/
Robert Scharar, Sandy Gaiser, DCT and Latin Club.A f
Is a fellow of the Royal Horticultural -
Jon Middents, Lincoln Jacobs, I W V- < 1959 graduate of Kathleen Society of Great I
Charles Layton Alan Beall, 't Senior High School, Mr. RobInson Britain.
Q Diana Steele, Larry House- I was a member of the She has studied the Japanese (fi.t "
Rra'iBERKLINE field, Jim Taylor, Ken Col- DCT. He is serving with the manner of arranging M 4.: -
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lings and Chalmers
Yielding. hrfi.
U.S. Air/ I
Force at MacDill Air flowers extensively and has "' \
Parents of these students MISS CLARA PHILLIPS "I2 ',
Force Base Tampa.Women's been given a Japanese name '': j \
will act as chaperones and b.
which means "Camellia t
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serve on various committees i
flower" by her teachers.Confederate
for the dance. Missionary Union

RECLINERHandsome Stripe up the bond . . I ,

ADPi Alumnae Meetings Set Tomorrow Day LACE BANDS 22.95 '
reclining choir In nylon and plastic -

retail value of $89.95 r State Day' Set Women's Missionary Unionsat gram and business meeting. History To Be
Mrs. Seddon Goode Jeanne durrell inlays wide bonds of stunningly *
,
TO BE GIVEN AWAY Lakeside and Southside program Studied By UDCThe
In Palm Beach chairman, will
I present the program beautiful lace across the bodice and
SATURDAY MAY 2nd I Baptist Churches will meet tomorrow Devotions will be given history and meaning of skirt of this textured sheath. The interesting .
PALM BEACH-Alumnae of as follows: by Mrs W. E. Aronld The Confederate Memorial
Day fabric Is a cotton and silk blend
NOTHING TO BUY YOU NEED NOT BE Alpha Delta Pi sorority will LAKESIDE Rev Harry Crosby, accompanied will be given at the Annie rayon
PRESENT TO WIN. hold their second State Day by Mrs C. E. Cros- Darracott chapter, United . very uptown. A wonderful dress for
and here Business and program meet. land, will sing a solo. traveling home Block white
Just bring in this or stop at our store workshop Friday Daughters of the Confederacy, or summer at _.
and coupon through Sunday at the Holiday ing at 10 a.m. at Polk Federal The Rev. Richard E Richey, meeting Friday at 3 p.m. at pink. Sizes 10 to 20
register. Inn. Registration will be Frl- newly appointed administrative / the home of Mrs. G. L. Dick ii
community room Southgate.
dey at 8 p.m., followed by the secretary of Central I ey Lakeland Highlands. t
Jewel Degree which will be Mrs. J. K McDaniel will pre. American Mission, will speak. This will be the next to the :
i Exclusive of Cook's . presented by Mrs. Carl Ball. side at the business meetingat He has served as a missionary last meeting before the sum v!
.r FABRI-COATt_.P.lt even tnt ittini Oil any Miss Mae A. Brunson, deanof which time committee re to Costa Rica, and will tell of mer recess. The group will
I! fokrk, give, lancer "'..', keeps ftbrki loci Ins women at the University of his mission work there. meet May 8 at the home of
will be
ntw. I Miami, will be speaker at the ports given. Mrs. L C Hill, president, Mrs J, C, Rogers, 428 Morn- r
FABRI-KLEIN'" SudiUii m| t4 upKeliUry Panhellenic Luncheon Saturdayat Taking part In the programon will preside over the business Ingside Drive, for a covered ...
cl.."., . $1.It lax.COOK'S < 12:30: p.m. A buffet and "Our Jewish Neighbors"will meeting which follows the program dish luncheon. 231 S. Florida Are., Lakeland ....:

.. fashion show around the pool be Mrs George Tuttle, New officers will be named "' 1
are planned for Saturday .r----------- --- ""Se
Mrs. McDaniel, Mrs. George -- "'
night. Tucker and Mrs. R. L. Thomp ,I Specializing in Upholstery Ii!
National officer to the state ,
FURNITURE CO. meeting will be Mrs Sperry son Jr. Mrs. Dan O'Conner : c Drapery and Slip Cover Fabrics
Lee, regional alumnae director will have charge of special :
210 S. Flo. A... Frto Parkins Noir Door For CuiUmartCLIP of District One. State officers music.A .
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American Home Life department I CLIP-n* SAVEI

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I"II of Lakeland will meet Thursday r

at 11 am. at the club I
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I house. Mrs. David V. Thomas
I
: will speak on "VignettesIn I
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BROT ERS The talk will consist of I

t short poems and quatrains 1
F published ia various newspapers I w

whose author Is known
f as "Elsie," depleting various I

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life.A covered dish luncheon I

will follow the program, after I

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.. I r NICK SPAGNOLA II BE A PARTY POUFFER. . for thot next Important date transform your
I simple hair-do into this chic but casual style. To set: follow diagram carefully '
medium sized rollers for fine hair, large rollers for thicker hoir.
\ using
1, IDEAS FOR YOUR
I ; I Comb bongs and tope in place. Tope guiche curls into place at the sides. Set
q.r :) WALLS the neckline in soft, wide pin curls. Setting lotion is helpful In attaining a '
I smooth set. To comb: Brush hair vigorously. Section hair at the crown to be
Walt decor and used for the top swirl. Gently bock comb. Brush smoothly into place, forming
e. \ i'i'I dacorotlv wall I a pouff atop the head. Secure with pins. Form a short, off center part, the
i: ; become acctttoritt a mar hove I hair is brushed smoothly down on both sides and then feathered forward onto
% '''.... Important factor and hugging the cheek. Brush bongs, letting them drift casually into place.
than ever beforeIn I The bock is brushed down, softly capping the nope. Hint Bend the ends of
; :: 4iki V home decora your hairpins back on one side, forming a "fish hook." This will prevent them
tion.
I from loosening or falling out, preserving your hair style for a longer time.
This doc not
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mean that I you

1 it's revolutionary . + must wallt.clutter'your 1.----

!4 \ But the properly
5'010 M| c ,d wall|| oc- DesignersLike
:; Sarong's dual criss-cross girdle! ceisoriei, arranged to blind 1-----------1
beautifully with your furniture,
floor coverings end droperlei, Bugs
1:+''i 9.":; will da a great deaf to give"your
home that "decorator look.
ivy PARIS-Jewelry goes back By CEUA WILLIS director. Many persons believe -
I' ;'f'' One popular way to decorate to nature with a difference. Campus Correspondent that Florida not only
t' .; Revolutionary front and back criss-cross panels do so your walls I. with e mirror Ihow- TAMPA Last week was needs another medical school,
collections
't w' much more for you! BACK: panels cup and lift, flatter either framed or unfromedPictures : Paris spring "Tag Up.For Scholarhip but that the school should be
ed less of it, leaving more
connected with USF. The
Week" at the University of new
particularly used In
not merely flatten! FRONT: lift end support to flatten
Here natural areai exposed. What South Florida. All proceeds hospital may assure the build.
are popular. are
naturally, rises higher for compfet leg freedom some groups other Ideest Wall clocks, U wed takes Its design motifs from the isle of the "Spring ing of that school.Lakalandee .

a THIGHS: brings girdle down lower on.sldes to smooth wall lighting plaques, artificial from nature. Flower and Spectacular" :. ..:..' In Track Meet
l i thighs. WAIST: won't roll or bind, stays In place Made floral arrangements. Oriental' beetles on enameled brooches, sage wsu go 19 j 1 USF's track club

}t \, t of light, airy spandex elastic. White; P, S, M, L, XL oee.norhonglng/ shelves" for Instance, were alluring at the fund scholarship This j I j opened this young university's Intercollegiate ..

s curio cabinets and sconces. the Houses of Lanvin and weekend will sports activities last
4 j.1 \;& Mats' Fashion Foundations Inexpensive pkture reprodoe- Cardin getstudents ] weekend by participating In a
and American track meet at the University
none of the greet masters erestill The French engaged In actlvltlei ,
r N f't' widely used, but In the lest may disagree on NATO and for of Florida. The track event
t China, but they do agree on I was a part of the Eleventh
few years good original oil three days, givIng -
them. In fact Annual Florida with
4w: leg* They like Relays
l ..1 paintings which hove become them al
. .t. f all over the world men like to universities from throughoutthe
.. : popularly priced because of chance to unwind I
.. h'tr .. ogle lone, pretty ICES, which beforethe i United Mates participat
mOil production methods em are accentuated by abort ing. The results of US PI participation
In great demand. skirts, open shoes, high heels pressure. of CELIA determine if they
\ The proper use of wall decor and mat Important, stocking exami.The will take part in the AAU
adds life to a room end takes !. National Science Foun meet. Those entered In the
,: Leg covering Is vital. White, dation has made two grants sprint medley relay Included
,of r; 'Ii; r away from the bland blankness .
totaling $ ,OOO to USF for 12
of unadorned walls lace and plaid stockings are Kay Fleming of Lakeland
the rage among chic young students to assist University Kappa Iota Omega held Its
\: W. will be glad to help you Continentals. professors In conducting their first annual Founder's Day
.,. I with wall decor Ideas. Spring sleepwear can be both research next year. This will Banquet March 22 at Silver
,,I very feminine and at a boon be the third year that NSP Lake Golf and Country Club
fi)1)it ....c MATHER FURNITURE to thoM ,tight budget, lnexpenaive. < .has supported the student research ,,Honorary membership was extended
"
r f tt (ci ) One especially pretty participation program1In to Dean Herbert Win-
one tcech only . I 120 N. Mess A".. nighty! In the under J5 chemistry and the secondyear derllch and Cal Lewis. Dean
bracket ia aa elongated peasant In botany at USF. Wunderlich, guest speaker,
.....
MU 1-'UI
blouse in broadcloth and The mock political conven- spoke on the alumni's responsibility .
U Schrank /1 9 I appliqued with a big flower. tion keynote speaker Fuller to their fraternity and
F l 1 Warren was replaced by State to the university.
U Senator Tom Whitaker. Whit- Alfredo Antonml, conductorof
sleepwear sale! FOR WOMEN ONLY aker kicked off the political the Tampa Philharmonic
I'iJ convention part of the Spring Orchestra since 1958, was
at 4.00 '4 Spectacular weekend, by guest speaker Tuesday at an
compare f ) 1 speaking Thursday evening in all-university coffee hour. HIs
sale! 2.99 D the Argos activities room. topic was "Music is My Life."

W / kA [P Q QI'llPerson" Commencement Speaker Tension la The Air

a t k President Henry King Stanford In these last days of the
Cool, cool sleeping ahead In i p 4 of the University of Mi trimester, there ls an air of
,I these Dacron polyester/'y- and will speak at USF's aec:. tension around the university.
1 Fabulous ond commencement exercises Jim Lemanskl Is finishing
on/cotton blend sleepers! Petal
t April 11 Some 210 studentsare term papers, while Richard
glow lace and embroidery v d f' expected to receive B.A. Sargeant, Joe Williams and
trim! Your choice of shift G ) FASHION and degrees at the graduation ex- Cella Willis are waiting to
gown, sleepcoot or baby doll / ' ercises. With 325 students re have theirs returned.
ceiving degrees at USFs first You can't please everyoneall
t' xjjamo In pink, blue or maize; I commencement last Decem. of the time; all you can do
S, M, L Also available: capri : ber, these students will com- is try. My thanks to Bill
\ length paiama, 32-38, regularly VARIETY SHOW'TIME prise the Charter Class of the Sweat for his constructive
University.The criticism. I'll try harder In
4.00 . sale! 2.99
I . Veteran's Administration the few remaining weeks of
t 4 OUr FOR FUN' last week announced school '
Maas Lingerie plans to build a costly hotital Honors go this week to Dean
j j : .l FEATURING > facility in north Tampa Charles N. Millican, Dean of
"ZING' IT'S SPRING! somewhere near" the Uni the College of Business Ad.
versity.. Tentative
opening ministration and coordinator
A COMPLETE FASHION SHOW PRESENTED BY date will be late 1>70, accord- of the evening program. Dean
log to James Harrington, the Millican received his Ph.D
f DuPONT -- VA'a associate Information from the University ot Florida,

NARRATED BY ,
EDITH IYEY nJERRE
I AND t' < THREE SISTERS



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Wilhelmina Model Model Earns

.1' SHOP ,MONDAY AND FRIDAY TIL 9_ P.M., LAKELAND : ,J. ,


$60 An /Hour, But Lives On SOLLD \ sy't 11, -i I 11I\(',


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By NANCY EATON ette and "" "
NEW YORK (AP) -. The changes to cold coffee. She Wilhelmina knows she .Is at So she compromises her resentment .
studio springs to life and WU- a hair piece street clothes, pins the top. She got there, she at being used with
brushes
helmlna enters, stunning in a eyelashes her false aays, through hard work, nat. the need to be seen. ,, ,f
adds layers
to her
ural ability, and luck. "Mod.
three-piece red suit Wilhelmina
pUns to model
lipstick and
The art director her is ready to leave. cling can't really be learnedIn three or four After
poses Pleased more years.
by the booking, she's APRIL IS
school You have be
to
a stylist smoothes a fold In particularly happy that she might take a job
that the
born with a feeling for it"
the girl's suit, the camera clothes fit. with an agency or fashion
flashes. A change of pose, She doesn't have to bother magazine; She's not worried
rarely
another pat to the costume 5 feet 9 and 129 pounds, wearssize with fashion shows, but she because she thinks she'll be DRNTH
and the flashes does all klnda of photographicwork married then.
camera again. 12. The yellow blouse by Now, she
These men work fist They the next booking is at -cosmetics and clothes, says, "the proposals are there _
have to. This is Wilhelmina, with no time to send an out eight.for advertising and editorial.She but the feeling isn't. But I MAASt
works bard to maintainher
one of New York's most popular the correct sue, Wilhelmina must marry or my life won'tbe
models, and she earns and the stylist tear the position although "I don'thave fulfilled. Woman is born to r
$60 an hour. At that rate, she back, rip out underarm open to fight anymore. raise a family and make a t, I,
seams
Thoughtfully chewing a pink
can make $80,000 a year. Wil- pin in a linine.Wilhelmina man happy"Custom
fingernail ahe explains her
helmlna -----
29
was on magazine
discusses her self "A client deserves a good
covers last year, Is booked life
in
a taxi to her next
ap job for $60 an hour. Some
weeks In advance, and never pointment. "1 enjoy every mini models forget this, and also MadeImlmlIID
knows what sha'll be doing on ute. It's a .
tremendously excit- forget they can be easily re '
an alignment until she gets log way to live. Also, of placed. I enjoy working and J"; ;
there. She'll work 13-hour course It's a income. .
great work hard, so people like ;
day on nothing but a bowl But you must never lose the working with me. I come in .

of soup. realization that it's not always on time and don't give them OR READY MADE t
In the dressing room, WU- this way You must save any problem .
helmlna relaxes with "
a cigar ahead
Photographers and editors
agree. They she inter FREEINSTALLATION r ;.
say
College News prets fashion, that she never ii-] \ ItD
shows temperament. u

I' With A Southern Eats Only Soup Register for the Free DressFaifii&aSfiouM e
AccentBy .
,By now it's the middle of le

LINDA LEE RAY ceremony, the girls held a dessert whose the afternoon.day started Wilhelmina at 10, has, ' ,

Campus Correspondent party. three more bookings and no D \ aof
Florida Southern College Sonny Zlmmermann of time for lunch. But it's an 1
moved Into the last half of Lakeland has been elected *7 rx
I Some
easy day. start at seven sIf 1J
See these end other
the semester with the returnof president of the Intel-fraternity and last past midnight She 1J 1r
the students from spring Council. Sonny is a memberof never has lunch because she'd Af Henry Rosenfeld
break, and the pace of events Sigma Chi fraternity and rather eat her daily ration of '
la faster than has held If 1/ Fashions I e
posts in student government one bowl of soup, in the evening
ever The diet doesn't bother Monday II
Junior ad. gi
her, she says
Honorable Mention '
visors were announced "Even if I weren't modeling I April 6th, ,
Glenda Bozeman of Halnes
recently I'd never let myself go"Most f 'f
:
; : J' 2:30
: ,
at the' City won honorable mentionin j
evenings are spent on c
the annual "I Think
Junior Advisortea This" work in her East Side
paper
at the homeof speech contest on campus Die apartment, with its beige living SHOP AT HOME! !;)f, Mass Dress Salon ... syi "
honor
was announced In the
Dr. andM room separated from the
r I. Charles Honors Convocation duringFounders' foyer by a smoked-glass mirror Our Consultant Will .
t Jr. Week. First place and pink and white bed. .
iieT I winner was Mary Inez Collins. Coll at Your Home 1
nine girls room, bath and kitchen. Fan ;
selected were Richard Lee won second place. mail has to be answered and Assortment of Prints 'a\ Z i
Geraldine ElUNDA Other honors announced In accounts done. Q ,

liott. Susan Ezell, Anne Harvey the Honors Assembly Included Position Presents Problems With a Large 1

Mary Holmberg, Pamela Joyce Lehman as Honor Wilhelmlna's position and Solid Colon I,
Lipskl, Pat Stockton, Sandra Walk student pre-
cents problems. Income taxes,
Taylor, Eunice Watkins and The Vagabonds will present
crank callers, pleas for assistance Dial 682.6131
Elsie Wright. These girls will three one-act plays In a singlenight's are constant. headaches :
live in the freshmen residence performance during .
April. Kyle' Addair and Susan
halls next advisors
year as to Then there are the New
Livingston of Lakeland are
the freshmen girls. members of the drama troup. York playboys, who, she says, MATHEROF
Cap And Gown "take you out because they
Susan will play the lead role 4
Three Polk County students i in the play, "The Sand Box" want woman"to be seen But with as : modelIt's beautiful I LAKELAND, INC /
were among eight recently In. Sigma Sigma Sigma sorority
ducted into Cap and Gown. conducted Its annual "Ugly important to be seen at I 120 N. Mattdchaiitti Are. r' ( \\
night clubs and restaurants T .
They are Susan Livingston Man" contest on campus this I r
and Sue Tlsdate of Lakeland, week. Students voted at a
and Linda Lee Ray of Winter penny a vote from a gallery

Haven Membership in Cap of monstrously bedecked men. DIRECT FROM FACTORY 1
and Gown is based on char The money goes to support Q '
acter, leadership and scholar the Robbie Page Memorial t
ship. Following the initiation Fund. To You ( t ,.


r Reporting OnFlorida I TWIN BED SPECIAL, c( Ee ,\


State University : !
THIS WEEK ONLY *: \ .\,

.By CAROLYN ROBERT was Carol Ann Grlzzard of
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Campus Correspondent Lakeland. Carol Ann was selected '

TALLAHASSEE-The long by the Delta Chi fraternity

awaited Dean's List for the from a slate of five can

fall 1963 trimester at Florida didates from her sorority,
State University has finally Alpha XI Delta. The Greek
been released. Polk County is Girls, chosen on the basis of
well- renresent beauty, school spirit and *4 C'j.
ed on the bon :
scholarship, will soon com- 2, 4t.r e
roll. Starting
or pete In a contest for the title
with Au- r1n; of Greek Girl of the Year

burndale, the Carol Ann's picture, along
D e a n'i List with a brief article, was featured 2 MATTRESSES REGULAR $117.76ONLY
students are in the March 27 editionof
Mickie Cooper, the campus newspaper. 2 MATCHING

Catherine A. John Cooper of Auburndale BOX SPRINGS !
Corneal), Jere a music therapy student, will $5995 ut.e afI .d .f, ,jr ed

Forsythe, Nan- be Interning at MUledgeville 12 STURDY LEGS .
stifiititci'i/
Harrison y {
c y n State Hospital Georgia this d
James M. Kirk- CAROLYN summer *
land Elizabeth OPEN DAILY 7 TO 6 Evenings By Appointment Fortrcl bntistcICoseiifdil
K. Mulling and Sharon A. Wiley. Honorary Fraternity. I ,
Nancy L. Umhauer represents Bartow's Lana Murray has SAT. TILL NOON PARK AT THE DOOR
Babson Park. Bar. been elected to the Alpha of "i' ,7 lf ie.f 41 blJI

towians are Sue Collins, June Florida chapter of Phi Beta USE YOUR F.N.B. OR P.B.M. CHARGE PLAN
llaferkamp, Nancy Holland, Kappa. Only 46 students, undergraduate I "cII..Y

Sallyanne lluffaker, Georgia and nil DELIVERY THROUGHOUT rOIl COUNT rte,. i
Lake, Lana Murray, Melissa were given the craduate'1 +
Phypers, Sarah Reese, Dale liege of being + e 1 k
t l breeze For
national honor fraternity. I Tissue light. breathing
Scbuck and Pam Speight.
From Davenport are Sarah Jane Dsugherty of Lakeland WYNN MATTRESS trel", a Celonese polyester, fashions

Conroy. Helen Jean Townsend, is in the run-off election for It "\. your coolest, prettiest summer ever!' Inpplest
members of the Sopho
Mildred Townsend; from Dun the more Women's Judiciary A UPHOLSTERING CO. pastels, these easy-core dresses

dee Is Carol Nelson; and from 1963 graduate of Lakeland are party smart . set you a-soil to

Eagle Lake is Bill Bailey. High, Jane is currently a HI New A...."'..U Hwy. MU I-491X I ,,1 any occasion! Featured: sophisticated

Representing Martha Mcintosh Lake Alfredare and freshman- at FSU.-- I shirtwaist, exquisitely embroidered,

Nancy Rowse pal pink or powder blue; 1020. Left:

Haines City's honor students NOW at BENFORD'S BOOTERYDOWNTOWN sleeveless' dress scattered with spring

are Charles Jaeger and Sara blooms, maize, pink or blue; 1018.

Jenkins. LAKELAND Right: all-over schiffll for an elegantair

Lakelandert blue or maize; 1018. These,
Lakeland has quite a few every dayIs 1798. Others from 11.98 to 1798.
on the list this time: Dan

'Bagley, Joy Baker, Miriam a gay dayML Do charge! '. tIr.Fortr.

Bishop, Thera Brackney. Keith .'" II a trademark of Fiber 'Industries,
Chadwick Martha Cbeatham, I In the Inc
,Cindy Cline, Janice Conner,
Glenn Eschrkh. Carol Ann I .
Johnston, M"I' Midtown Shop
Grizzard Jerry
Julie Long. Thomas McArthur, I <=

Miriam O'Berry, Susan Pat- :t : a.u ;r4
chin Carolyn Robert, Vfckl
Rodriguez, Melody Ross, Jack r

Upton and David Thompson. AERATE
Lake Wales' students are

Julie Adams, Carol Cooper '
8on. Calf
and Pat Llnderman; Mul.berry'
Barwick and r Whine Coif
are Dan
/ and Nichols' is fI
Ann Faulds; $18,95
Jane Averil Dean.
To wind up the list Winter

Haven is claimed as "home I 1 '
town" by the following honor I
students: Cares Agerton, I
Mark Boyd, Grace Britt, Bar. !

bara Brodgen, Bette Erwin, ,
Suzanne Ford, Robert Harris, I

: Patricia Humphrey Marguer
ite MacCalla. Mary Murrell.

Georgann Pearson, Mary

Peck, Lois Spencer, Barbara 1 .
Staack, Barry Stone, Mary BROTHERS
Wander, Patricia Watson and ,
I UKILAND' G"-AT ernna.
Rita Gall Woods.

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i! 1 C LAKELAND LEDGER, Sunday, April S, lIC4 ,lJ i
lUluf 9Jw./JJ OLJL7 i
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'' Adult Fiction And NonfictionBooks From Romans '\ : I Ii
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Added To Library Shelves ", iI i;

JOSEPHINE LOWMANThe which has been loosened by Y

The following books are light" (B. Berenson); "Car. Letters of Robert Frost to forecast for icicles and soaking. Take a tip from the ,;

available ,at Park Trammell los, the King Who Would Not Louis U n t e r meyer" (R. f. freezing winds is usually all Romans who were beautified bathing their ex ,
Library: Die" J. Davlee it takes to turn a woman'sthoughts perts. They
I ( Langdon- ); Frost); "The Big Sea" (L. them withan
ADULT NON-FICTION "This Is My Story This Is Hughes); "Jefferson" (A. toward a dry complexion skins by scraping Li
called strigll.
Biography "Sunset and Twi My Song" (E. Ford); "The Nock); "Dorothy and Red"V and chapped skin. Instrument a '"
I ( Sheean); "T. E. Lawrence ; i However, remember that That form of scraping may
.
I i : : and be a bit strenuous for us today
to his Biographers" u- Lawrence 1 harsh winter weather dry
; ing Indoor heating are not and anyway it Is not
Marshall"E.
) "George C.
LA POSADA ART WORKSHOP ( Pogue; ); "Two Lives" (P. I,,,, "." ..... "'t) the only culprits. necessary because of the won '\)
,
; which
Marshall; "Nefertlti" (E. '""" :itI\ti'Wt.","L,., Life and the elements wagean derful soaps we have i
Beginning May 3 through June 27 Wells); "T. R.: The Story of ,"Vi. .- J j "all.seasons" war of attrition make effective.the operation so much (
Theodore Roosevelt" (N. against our complexions. more
S.1A1'R Sun, wind, stress and However, the modern way 11
Busch), "And Tyler Too" (R. ,
La Posada Inn Vero Beach FloridaEnjoy of scraping with a soapy
Seager); "Felix Mendelssohnand sudden changes in temperature 1
His Times" (H. Jacob); / like we have in the washcloth or brush is Just as
filled "As I Remember Them" (E. spring, are some of the other essential. Besides washing
beach
and
a sun- holiday study "
Canton) "Robert Frost and factors we must consider. away the dirt, this smooths
with well-known artists in this extensive work. John Bartlett; the Record ofa '. ,. Nc It Why not be wise and meet and stimulates the akin. Pay iJ J:i iI ii

shop held in the following media i watercolor, Friendship" (M. Anderson). ,. this challenge with an all. special attention to problemareas
oils, casein and plastic. Work in still life, land. Social Sciences: "Human seasons beauty campaign? such as the elbows and

and $110 the week Behavior, an Inventory of R Your bathtub might well be heels.In .
scope figure portrait. by Scientific Findings" (B. Berel- ..Irat S your principal battlefield. As fact It Is a good idea to
Includes room, breakfast, instruction. $85 to son); "The Quiet Crisis" (S. helpful as lubrication: is, It pretreat these body spots be-
shore a room. Pool, beach, conditioned Udall); "Fifty Years of Cit : Is only part of the defense fore bathing. While your bath
rooms and suites. For full information and rus" (J. Hopkins); "An In. against dry skin. Just as a water is running, coat your
schedule write M. Chamberlain, 3016 Brown troduction to the Law" (C. painter first prepares the surface elbows and heels with a pasteof
Post); "Cradles of Eminence"V. before he begins to paint, soapsuds. Pump bumpscan
wood Dr., Chattanooga, Tenn. cleanse skin be smoothed with a well-
( . .Goertzel; !: ); "A Hidden so must you your
_, World" (R Rupert). 3a before applying creams or lo- lathered pumice.
Science and Technology tions. After rinsing well and dryIng -
"Probability and Statistics for The first step Is to fill your well your surface is readyfor
"And tub with comfortably warm lubrication. For an extra J
Everyman" (I. Adler); <
OPEN TODAY Then Came Man" (H. Bas. vLakelandA water. Then lie back and dose of lubrication you might
I tian); "Rascal, a Memoir ofa soak under a blanket of soapsuds leave the cream on all nighton i
Better Era" (S. North); for five or 10 minutes. your heels and elbows.
1:00-7:30 P.M.Ladies' "The Fallen Sky, Medical The longer the better because You can protect your bed
Consequences of Thermonuc you will have more time to linens by wearing washable

lear War" (S. Arnow); "New "'-'V<1'W ,_i relax. This time is important heel and elbow caps made especially -
Dyable Hope for Your Skin" (I. Lu- t! also because It softens the for this purpose.
bowe); "Goodbye to Gun- I skin and facilitates the removal Most cosmetic companieshave
power" (D. Chidsey). / City Of Beaufy of dried-out dead cells, these but if you have
"A I which make the surface trouble finding them in your
Bible and Religion:
PUMPS Guide to Reading the Entire 21st In A Series I rough, and can Irritate the community I will be glad to
Bible In One Year" (W. Gar. Ij II I new skin because of the friction help you. Please send a
of clothing.The stamped, addressed envelope
for the j
/! SATIN PEAU DE SOIE LINEN Common rison); "The Reader"Prophets(M, Chase); Popular senior of Kathleen Senior High School 1 Is Ann Carter, I next step is to scrub with your request to

t'\ -s. -SUNDAY ONLY- "The Historical Jesus" (H. 18-year-old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Vernon M. Carter, Kathleen away these discarded cells' of Josephine Lowman in care of
', the akin as well as the' dirt The Ledger.
Sri, Zahrnt). Rood She is treasurer of the class, secretary of the Future Homemakers -
"" Language: "The Magic and
High Mystery of Words" (J. of America and a member of the Beta Club. Ann plans to

$2 Medium Adams); "Webster's New attend a business college to train for secretarial work. ((Ledger photo I DRIVEIN
Low Heels World Dictionary" of the American by ArterkinSI)
Language. i
Pr, Fine Arts: "American Tradition I In. NO HIKING PROBLEMS
In Painting" (J. Meoubrey Yoi" n nnnn mmm__' .-..", 1
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119 W. Main St.
the Art of its Design" (R. ,
: FREE Kennedy). I r
TINTING Sports: "Nelson's 20th Century News About Polk Countians I (Cot Main I Mfsieurl) IiIg

150 Colon Encyclopedia of Base- WITH EACH ROLL PROCESSED
To Chen, From ball" (M. Olderman); "All HAVING I OR MORE PRINTS 1138 EastMemorial a
But My Life" (S. Moss). ALTURAS- Mr. and Mrs. tens Dee and Sherry, and Mr. Jimmy, Mr. and Mrs. John OR BUY ONE SET
Literature: "The Creative George Moses of Suncook, and Mrs. Harold Graddy and McDonald and daughter Mar. PRINTS GET ONE SET FREt Blvd.
Present" (N, Balaklan); "A daughter, Janan. Two sons
I N. H. arrived last week fora
la Jane all of
Palmetto.Tou.r .
( Short History of Fingers and in the armed service could 7
YOUR HIM DESERVES THE BEST
H. visit with her brother and lers
Other State Papers" ( not attend. Islands
S'EL.F'S'EIlVrC'E Smith); "Where Nothing IsLong family, Mr. and Mrs. David Best Quality Fast Service
Wauchula Visit Mr. and Mrs. Victor G. Lan. to
Ago" (V. Sorenson); Wright.
"Pound Wise" (0. Sitwell). Mrs. Mary Werner and der joined Mr, and Mrs. onD1
Mr and Mrs. Clyde W. Tyson CAMERA SHOPMOTIIER'S
SHOE STOREPLANT Geography and Travel I: children Mary Lou and Bob- George Lovejoy In Lehigh
"Main Street, Italy" (I. Le. have named the newest by, Mr. and Mrs Adam Woj- Acres near Fort Myers for
vine); "Adventures in the member of their family who teczko and children, Paul and the weekend. They visited
\ CITY HWY. 92 WEST Holy Land" (N. Peale); "An arrived March 14, Allen Keith. Carolyn, and Adolphe Woj-) Sanibel and Captiva Islands.
OPPOSITI PLANT CITY HIGH SCHOOL- Introduction to Brazil" (C. Mr and Mrs. Emery Ho- teczko were the guests of Mr. Mr Lovejoy was the com DAY '
I l _. ___ Wagley). and and Mrs. John Petrenko In manding officer of Mr. Lander
gan daughter, Angie,
World War
1 - during II.
Wauchula Easter. '
on i
were the weekend guests of tI'
r a loaoooooioooaooooooooanonoaoocoolhg his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Lydia Armour has returned Mr. and Mrs. Wardell Car. i IAL'i'i tarrDw
I I Mrs. Dan Owens of Fitzger home to Carlinville mlchael are visiting his .House Of Glamour : ;
aid, Ga. III, after spending several brother and family, Mr. and Beauty Salon 'in.r
EEl weeks with her son-in-law and Mrs. Daniel Carmichael in rnrr
A Fire Department trainIng
Tullahoma, Tenn. A SPECIAL PURCHASE A SPECIAL PRICE Jumru
01 course !J program began last nightat daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Ellis I Lo
B . ] the Alturas Methodist Varner and their children.Mr. Mr. and Mrs. David Wright QUALITY PERMANENT WAVES inn
Church. A series of five and Mrs. Dennis J, and their son, Jim, and Mr i rIAra
m .' ] classes will be held, one class Tschetter of Gainesville, the and Mrs. Hubert West were !
..... -.. .-. ... 0- 0 I each Friday night until the son-in-law and daughter of the guests of the Alturas Boat $ ff95 1 1a
E .-. .. .. ::I program Is completed. Mr. and Mrs. G. G. Davis, Club at their fish fry recently, While
B : M 0 I They Last Only . W Complete ;
0. :: were injured in an automo Ire
Pvt. Parearlyn Carr, son of
.. .. ;\ 1 ::,*:/ s.r.:.'I' Mr. and Mrs. K. H. Carr. bile accident in Gainesville SOFTER LEATHER i i..e Stop In or Call, MU -9524 for AppeinfmintHouse r'RLou

EJB : l.f E I was home on leave He will recently. Mrs. Davis spent
; iI yr E I report to Ft. Jackson, S. C. last week with them and reports Washable leather gloves will Of 6'1"110111'9JO nuts rnltrrr
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//I softer if
that dry will roll them
Mrs. Tschetterwill
l.:* : a I Mr. and Mrs. Dan Young you
: remain a patient in J. for a minute in a moist terry ... CRan
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and
: : : have their son daughter. c. Rood North
? i :. : B I in-law Mr, and Mrs. Herman Hillis Miller Health Center for towel after they have been
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BB a I OMH Thurt. HIt kr ....In'.n' for she Working Oirl.
washed. I
j M. Young of Boston, Ky, visiting some time. Her condition Is .
I them. improving. Mr. Tschetter was .
0
B I not hospitalized. Cn
Family GatheringMr. nognrn
B a Frenches Go Visiting [
and Mrs. Isaac Al-
a a britton were hosts to a family Visitors at the home of Mr. DnWF
a a group during the Easter holi and Mrs. Ralph French re I rr

a a day. They were: Mr. and cently were their son and PIANO
B Mrs. Nicholas Albritton of daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. OLD STM
i a Duette, Mr. and Mrs. Dan Ralph French Jr., of Malt- rIAC,
Sloan and children of Winter land and children, Kara,
Al,
a Haven, Mr. and Mrs. David Craig and Janet. Mr. and
g but there's much
more from B Baker of Bartow and children Mrs. Edward Gumm of Galesburg JAMBOREE rl

B B Mr. and Mrs. James 111, also were guestsof TUADE-IN RRRt
Malone of Lakeland, RaymondFail the junior Frenches. I Rtu
B Electric Air Monty I IEl a I
B m Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Mrs. C. F. Hill Jr. was a
Voigt and children and Eve patient In Lakeland General
lyn Voigt.Mr Hospital but is recuperatingat
B The main reason to buy ELECTRIC air conditioning toB and Mrs. Henry Young home. Mrs W. B. Scar

B of course, Is to keep cool on hot sum. held the traditional family borough was a patient in
B and picnic on Easter. Those attending Bartow Memorial Hospital but t
mar days- nights. Electric air conditioning
El were Mr. and Mrs. has returned home.
EPE Is the best way to beat the heat, and that's Carl Hielscher and children, Recent weekend visitors at I t

E mighty Important when the temperature soars Ela Ela Vicki, Leann and Kevin, Mr. the home of Mr and Mrs. R
E to unreasonable heights. and Mrs. Leland Young and Owen C. Albritton were Mr. sl,
children, Scotty and Lisa, and Mrs. J. E. McDonald of r

But you get some nice bonuses, too, with elec. Donnie Young Mr. and Mrs. Myakka Mrs H. H. Cannon
E a M. R. Hielscher and daugh .and her ncilild..n. Penny and IIIi
a trio air conditioning. Your home will stay a n.

G cleaner 00 thanks to the closed windows and a Al Iie

E: doors, and the filtering action of electric air a el

D: conditioning And, for the same reasons, your a

home will be quieter a 91 lUIW C'J' g
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You and your family will feel batter, eat blUer, n Piluvkt-.v

El: sleep better-with the wonderful comfort of a I

D: electric air conditioning- another fine way to a 1CTlc'A4/ As little a.
E live better, electrically! a #?P

B Elliesiliuiijor f. $1 0 A
a ROLLETTEA Month

BQ Allowances Special Installation a a creamy new form of fragrance that gently clings to r e.,4 to Trod-In down opera. 0h
BE El During April payment
a your akin far into the exciting hour! Crime de Parfuia +er

Isle sir conditioned, comfort cod ..,eI.1 'Introlletion' ollowonco, teat a roll on to your akin in silky itrokee. ..laita like pure

During the month of April the: City .! Lokolond, will ,., you $30.00 Initel- a perfume. In FAME or TOUJOURS MOl $3.00.
E Thinking about
lotion ellowonce If .230 a new piano or organ?
you hay -.elt electric conditioner' end $10.00 a h
E J Initollotlon, ellow.nee If you ,,,rch... a 115-velt welt Your doctor will a Now is the time to see us about y?
E tend m certificete .. .. Our ElEl Initollotlon cad we will moll your .11....... check. Buy your new .1, CO"J' : ., t (t { r i, in your old Upright piano for one of our i
Hone during April and enjoy true comfort this summer, '
El a lovely new models Cannon Music Is < ', -
(Offer feed In any .... served fcy. the Dept eftlectric B
El b W.t.r Utilitln' City .f lekolond) tim : giving exceptional trade-in allowances t

DEPARTMENT OF m on old upright pianos. Come in this week
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Considering DAR Report DelegatesWill On ,, Supervising Principal S orosls Club Speaker. Sunday. ,LAKELAND April S, 1M4'LEDGER I-C, :.,


Albert Adams supervising at the piano and devotionsby POI tie, choir director at Trinity H N. Donoho Mrs Emlg, Pare white turnip and slice
Change Of Habits State MeetingThe principal of Lakeland area Mrs. Arthur Eml Methodist Church, will ling Mrs. Leon Harpole Mrs. F
public schools will speak at Formerly Kathleen SupervisorMr several about paper thin then cut into thin
songs springtime
April meeting of tho the Sorosis Club luncheon Adams M Moon, Mrs. C. A. Vannoy
and his
family accompanied at the strips Add to a green salad
I LOUISVILLE, Ky. (AP) Mary Joachim and noted that Lakeland- chapter- of the meeting Thursday at,the clubhouse have lived In Lakeland for piano by Mrs. Postle.Re.ervatlon. Mrs. H. J. Wunderlich and
Changing old habits is always Jesus didn't dress 90 Lake Morton Drive Miss E. Gretchen Taylor for Interesting flavor
differently American Revolution seven years Prior to that he Necessary .,
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the
from the people of his The business session will was
time. supervising principal of Reservations for the luncheon -
sters of Mercy religious orcr She said most opposition to poned from last Wednesdaydue begin at 11 a.m., conducted by Kathleen area scnools He are to be made with Mrs.J .

is discussing the short-skirt proposal came to the state DAR conference the president, Mrs. W L. will be Introduced by Mrs. O Springer, 6M-5926, before UNPACKING NOW
I One feature at a Chicago from the will be held Jackson. Luncheon will be John ONE
teen-age students Wednesday Widen, chairman of the Tuesday noon. Decorations
}ihlon show early this yearas "They are used served at 12:15 p.m., precededby club'.' Education ;
to seeing us at 2:30 p.m. at the Tuesday department on the luncheon tables AREA ACCENT RUGS
a short-skirted habit pro- as are"Already the singing of "America,"
we Music Club. 421 E. Park St. who will discuss with him will carry out the spring
bsed for the of the led
nuns Ro- Modernized by Mrs. Glenn A. Marshall phases of today's educational motif. A
lan Catholic order. One order of Mrs R. Bufhman. regent, by WUNDA WEVE
nuns the Sisters system. Hostesses will be Mrs A. L
[in addition to shortening of the Divine Spirit basedat will conduct a brief business The musical portion of the Green Mrs. Ruth H. Blackman .
e skirt, the new habit simpli- session, after which confer. 'rl International Award for 1963.
Mount Pocono Pa, already program will be presented by Mrs Clay Cunningham. Design winners
the veil and sported the wears short skirts. ence reports will be made. Mr. and Mrs. Bob Postle. Mr, Mrs Dwight Cutsinger, Mrs. Fully wash-fast colors of 1 100% cotton. Intriguing
lest of the order on the Their outfit is Delegates to report will be I. _ I
gray not black In brilliant colors
cket. and has Mrs Bughman, Mrs Dana G. designs to highlight any
no veil
lit Is unlikely that such a only a small Coe vice regent: Mrs. David 1 g I i room.. Varied! sizes, priced from $4.95. '

(dical alteration will be cap.But Sister Mary Joachim's E Harris and Mrs. Henry B. QUALITY {

opted Immediately, said Sis- prediction for her order was Bell Hostesses PICTURE FRAMINGMATS You'll wont to see, them now of . I
Mary Joachim principal "There will always be a veil" for the afternoonare 1

the Academy of our Lady The opponents of short Mrs. F. T. Baldwin, Mrs. .. ...,.".... .... ....-- NON-GLARE PORTRAIT GLASS
J Mercy. skirts, she said feel that such R. E Dingeman Mrs R P. I 3min'giijpakLOS
A clashes
[Pope Suggested Chang apparel is not as religiousand Ray, Mrs. J. S. Norton Mrs. whiny voice ASIIE Photo Service
flow do the sisters feel about dislike the sheer stock. W. A. Willis Mrs. J. J. Roberts with an impeccable I

shorter skirts? ings worn with normal length Mrs. G. R. Sauter and appearance. 1049 S. Florida Tel 688.1321 W. Oak Dr. (Just North ef Soiithgate) :
1 Mrs. A. A. Chandler f De'I -
We all love our habits buts skirts. More conventionalshoes I

s all women" she said would also be required. I r -- __
Pope Pius XII suggested Those for the proposal argue f It

i'era! years ago that nuns that short skirts would stay 7 the'esult
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Ight modernize their apparel cleaner.

fit in better with the can.porary "And some of them like ". SHOP MONDAY AND FRIDAY 'TIL 9 P.M., LAKELAND

world. them because they're attractive tr in
'The world is supposed to said Sister Mary Joa
Christ in u.." said Sister chim. I the

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Dates For Girl Scout "1..1 c.:, 1 been. the
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Camps Listed "':..I I oughWood

Pioneer Neighborhood of the third grades there will be J \ : ',: I '" \ at for

keland Area Girl Scout Camp Wonde'rhfe. June 22. and

until will meet Tuesday at July 3, in Auburndale. Camp .. i y willtring In

arm at the Girl Scout Wildlife will be at Paisley, I .,

[ use 201 Parkview Place, Fla, Aug 922.TrailJTrlp. . .

plan a neighborhood ba- Set In a

lar, the profits of which will The council Is also plan. egia'I AI
lip finance a Puerto Rican
sting an Appalachian Trail the
change project this sum- trip Cadette Troop 299 of 3.CI City,
er. Lakeland Junior High School Snan'
lent Scout Emblem ... .... will hear Mrs Clyde Roberts cuts
(Two Puerto Rican Girl Polk County public health .. hit
ides and one of their lead- nurse,
speak on home nursing seaScuts
s will be brought to the and ,
teenage personal healthat sta.. ..
eart of Florida
Girl Scout
their
meeting on Friday t
)until this summer At the afternoon at All Saints' Episcopal 1 ri ,

kme time the Council jpillnance Church Mrs. Roberts day

( "two Heart of Florida will have a question box to 11

prior Scouts and one ndult facilitate handling of answerson
r a similar trip to Puerto a variety of topics .

Iico. The Puerto Rican girls Senior Girl Scouts of Troop \ -
Mil be at the Heart of Hor- 257 were In charge of all :

,da's Camp Worldlife at Ok.iwaha food arrangements for 500 I

June 120. This camp Senior Scouts from four councils BROTHERS ,. : t
kill .
specialize in hosting forMgn who held an Inter-coun .

visitors. cil campout last weekend at r7t" :
Two other camps are sched- Silver Springs Girls attended
lied by the council and fold- .//
from Bradenton Fort Myers
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|rs have gone out to all ,reg- Sarasota Tampa, Orlando 'IT'";' .'.:fI..' I
tered girls For Brownies St. Petersburg and Clearwater 44v .

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m Religious Groups' CalendarTODAY I I' ,

.'. . idh ii if you're not you;
of. C1UMD4 versus Ootrnnnt lea
>"m.T mvien rod rut Tnhd.. '- : '
DID, or POLK COUNTY. sundar .'.Rk'. rr: J
'nool l etch miBdar at I 41 you're nobodyl!
ormlp watt ttrand a au0.m; ...O.TOLIC sill SCHOOL. l3a2 ;" .
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rH it ::. >t Inwood BiptutBurgh Ir ItCO.IOI III.d.. ." Sisal .1..... at iJ' .
carmr A MU. M and 34UI I P "
E W Inter H.rtn, reilowibip hour COMMUNITY 5154.1 CLASS. T 3. at. V J NA .rs
ieewjljourmoki
.(allow *>rhl wrvlc. r m. At horn ., Mrt Halll. Jflllar. v .. \ + Jtoo( !! kQ4.dlt >fot..ls s.M :
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formation'T PAUL. rl..LUTMIHAN, tor adulta..churcll 4 30 > m la.: 21.-: :: : .. t } ,. your own akin/ tone )'DU..* walking/ rpuno1 ." i
Junior .. 10 .m No \. r., . . .
Plus: T CHalairlN, ifiMiM. ef {.jfSw"...,,jS/ ,. .' with somebody .,..'. foci. With Powers ex- "
led moot at I 30 pm. it churn ll .
0' tlaltatlon proirim until dlrtt-' Mt Moderator a .1.... 10 am. Idehnrrh '
.on of Ororcr Trout Jr oorlo ; ; etudes/ wide spectrum of color blendlngi.
rmiT mcMYTimAN. HOI Comitinlon W..T..T.. PSISSYTCSIAN. .. special purchase sole . I
tl I 45 and ll in .rvuti. Boy too tt Troop 702 7pm. Power Grand Illutionjj blended to your own
ST PAUL LIITH...... larramant CHRIST l LUTHIRAN. chlldrvn"i
I Heir Communion cfltbraud al ronllrnatlaa... 4 ..III. at VFW .
.. .. r: kin obtelutely' and Powers
hound II m rYlcT torn precisely
HlATH
. Davies' IPItCOPAL. arhool"r LUTNLRAN' t........ and '
f ,' Hob Communloll ollirtri ol Kund.r athooi mot At ... ladles Fiancee. shoes Grandlllu.'OI'n.ve'JIOlnllsom.bodvelll'S' lij
.t.lf'at. VsO and 10 /* a m. 1 ;M ". .. .
vlrr. Nurwrr .rotlded,
FAITH LUTMIRAN, Cacramtnt eflolT WIDNitDArAPOSTOLIC" j ... 0' akin on yours, but brings your/ own skin to c:
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Biptlim tar child'' lo.lOimWnTMINttm '
PRISSYTIRIAN.outn J: McmarlAi Bind. BKfit .1...... At of 1499-1600' u
compare / c;
..nI.. SIC p.' junior sod. CHRISTIAN I Its loveliest perfection Powirt Grand Illusion
rnlor Hllh Prll.wihlix: a .. BUSINKS MIN'S
itauai of sataiaa at cnirck. 130 COMMITTIV 41 Cr.lt BMI4U"cMRIST sale! 10 txclutlvs with Moat combine' foundation

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CNRIat LUTN.It". erou0dbroUS.mOar LUTHIRAN' nana.llimtninirt
01 3 ,.11I. mntini. at ;'30 p m. At ... powder and molttur guard In o single ,
Vrw HillWISTMINSTSR .4
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MONDAYapoafouc .. PRISBVTfRIANfairllr for Into Summer and mid prcporotlor making It the ",smoothest
SIsLI CN00L IIIIM niaht o r reI dl h aupparandproiraiii.il A select group Spring high heels of patent IeI'
....a at e p m. at aehool. ana Bi Souihaularn AU4. '
, ceele, LUTNIRLN. 51545 ? PI 4T paL ChrlouanM.I'a
a/a stool Ahlachwadt matt mtatlni SOS at taHHur.t homo .I f .t 7 Prllawtnip pm 41 SporUmaoa fatnrr-M cookout ltd... .' plain and tailored styles! Shown are just two from our magnificent group! J. I /4 01. tub . '.50 plui ttt. tea.
m : 5oT Seoul Troop 141 ma .._.... !
at VFW HallVtSTMINtTfR of Detroit Tlurl K aiund
PRI4RVTSRIAN, Maas' Ladies' Shoes Mass Cosmetics
"'In, commlUf' ol Mm Conn- THUDBDAYwnTMINSTEP.
and Bundar Khool mall moN at PHItBYTCRIANWomrn .
o p in church Touna 'i mM 4T, PAUL5t LUTHIRAN. hurchard IOIh II. nurwri provided
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''H-C LAKELAND LEDGER, Sunday, April S, 1M4 Gardening Can Be Dangerous



Lake Bonny 8's/ For Baukinia-And BeautyBEAUTY Hobby 1 If.f You're Not CarefulGAINESVILLE


\ NurseryCORNER WINTER HAVEN "By 40 feet in only a few short
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", jovel! Those blooming trees are years. Hobbles tricks of the trade. However, from stooping to transplantare
OF LAKE at it again," might well be the Travelers are amazed to find like gardening catching It would seem safer to pick less harmful than bends
F BONNY DRIVE AND reaction of some Englishman many of the countries, suchas rattlesnakes and scuba diving up a plant by the nape of caused by underwater activi r

I. who has become acquaintedwith Hong Kong the warm parts can be dangerous. Its neck than a squirming ties.The
", I DIXIE PLACE one of central and south of China Bangkok, Thailand, Experts say that each hobby reptile. worst danger for gen.
Florida's most spectacular New Delhi, India and Colom f Is safe if you know the Also the aches received deners Is not following the
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flowering trees, the Bauhinia. bia on the Island of Ceylon, label when applying pesticides !

.h; GIANT Called other colorful names had decorated their streets + Using a pesticide prop-
;'" APRIL Il I Ir' such as Mountain Ebony, with the Bauhinla i trees, \ erly Is no more dangerousthan
( Bull's hoof, and Butterfly flow. and even protected them with driving an auto. But,

: PLANT SALEBBBBBBaiBsiliiicBBiKcssM er, the most commonly used five feet high wire fences ? [LAWN & GARDEN remember, carelessness with

name, Orchid Tree, alludes to Visitors In Teheran In the .....' a chemical or a car can
the graceful flowers which resemble Country of Iran report that the J cause death.
I I orchids This is due In most prominent business Y GUIDEBy Read and Re-Read
Itktlanft/ largest Grower to five spreading petalsof streets and the beautiful highways
part read the
t which one is longer and from Teheran to the f Even though you
I t tP last week, pause
Red Powder Puff ..49cJopan.s. usually more brightly colored Shah's summer homes are also PEGGY BROWN directions review the instructions -
that the others particularly in lined with these trees again to
Boxwood .49cCarlua the label. Then take
Boxwood 49c r. 1 h the case of Bauhinia varie- Plant In Full Sun Garden Columnist care on to heed all directions,

Bonsai 49c gateThis Horticulturists of Florida's cautions and warnings.And .
is often usedto
largo Rubber Plants $1 specimen and whenin Cypress Gardens recommend even if the directions
line streets
Confederate Jasmine .97c'' full bloom city rivals the beautyof planting Bauhinlas only in full don't say to, play it safe by

Spire In Bloom .".. .49c I Mf the famous cherry trees of tun. Other than this require- wearing gloves sleeves rolled

Lvgvitrum ...................... .49c I .+ Washington, D.C. While It ment they need only a mini down and collar buttoned.

Viburnum .. .................. .49Ixora leans primarily to a pale lavender they mum have of cultural become attention established.once April Plays Tricks Wearing shorts chemicals is taboo in when the

.....M........ .49c color, blossoms may be \ applying Florida Agricultural
in well. the
They delight high garden,
Hibiscus .......... .49c streaked with varying shadesof drained land that Is moderate. On Gardeners Extension Servicewarns. I

Copper Plants ........... .49c deep purple rose and white. ly fertile, but will thrive In.a Unwary .
Candida (some.
A variety
variety of soils. Although fertilization If you should spill some
times called Bauhinla alba) of is not essential, application April's best-known holiday grow. They are vigorous, pesticide material on your
J this species, has pure white of a general lawn and comes on its first day, April deep-rooted and resistant to self, remove the contaminated
AZALEASBELGIAN blossoms. Both of these plants garden fertilizer In the spring Fool's Day. Last Wednesdayfound insects and drought. The clothing and wash with soap
bear their showy masses of and again in the summer will children of all ages large daisy-like flowers rangein and water. Even if you don't
DWARF37c bloom in the spring. result In more prolific bloom practicing tried-and-true tricks color from white to cream, spill the pesticide, always

Flowers Are Scented and lush growth, horticulturists with improvements. It was a yellow, orange and red and wash your hands and face
day of unexpected in a have excellent keeping qualities .
Other species, with their say. after a session with a spray
month of the unexpected. April is a good time to
delicately scented flowers Few trees can or can.
crisp surpass
About this time of year, Nature plant divisions from larger
AND THE BAUHINIA Sandra Kruse admiresthe range in color from royal equal, the Bauhlnias for profusion should be through play clumps of gerberas. Be very Call a DoctorIf

orchid.like blossoms of the Hong Kong Bauhinia bloom. purple to red rose, pink and of bloom, attractive ing her tricks of false springs, careful not to cover the you should feel sick after
ing at Cypress Gardens. The roses in the foreground are yellow. In addition to havingthis ness of foliage and ease of but we cannot count on that. crowns when planting, or applying a pesticide, contact
"Garden Party" hybrid tea roses. wide selection of colors, culture. Winter Haven's beau- April often plays another trick plants will tend to rot when the family doctor. In such an
the Bauhinla offers such a tification of Central Avenue by failing to provide the April the rains come. emergency be sure to take
RID AND WHITE wide choice' of species that and the drive around Lake El- showers that bring May flow With warm weather Just the pesticide container or the
I some are in bloom at any season bert was started some 44 years ers. This fourth month of the around the corner, it Is wiseto label to the hospital with you.
200 I YEAR ONLY OLD SAVE BUSHES NOWAZALEAS Full Of Bud & Bloom of the year. ago by Jimmy McFarland the year is often one of the driest, step up the use of your DDT If there Is only a "dab" of
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A list of the most popular of trees being donated by Ed Cornell and you must remember to or other Insect sprays. ,Aphids, the chemical left over, don't
these include the Rose Orchid of Glen St. Mary Nurseries water thoroughly twice a red spider, caterpillars and remove it from its original
tree (Bauhinla trlandra) which Twenty-five years ago week. In this way, you can be army worms are among those container. Storing small
t r AMERICA'S FINESTROSES blooms in the fall; the Pink the Gardenia Circle Club of sure that your garden has the pests which become more active amounts of pesticides in a
Orchid tree (Bauhinia monan- Winter Haven sold small annuals extra moisture it needs durIng as the days grow longer. spare baking powder can or
FriR dra) a summer bloomer; and gave away a six- this I flush of growth because The chinch bug will also become a box for powdered milk is
2 7c Snowy Orchid tree (Bauhinla month-old Bauhinia tree with the plant world is In its more plentiful with the inviting a one-way trip to the
1.00 a ocuminata) blooming I I from every sale. They also planted most intensive period of warmer weather, and a little hospital.
of the trees off awakening. chlordane used in the early
leading
GROWING IN CANS May to September; Red- many Never'store pesticides near
--- Select #1 or better bushes Orange Orchid tree (Bauhinia Central Avenue down Sixth Last Call For Pruning stages of Infestation will often foods of any kind. Fof safety's

Jilill C" Dr. rootstock galpml) a vining or sprawling Street, S.E. Last call for pruning your control it for a long time. sake, keep food In the kitchen

CHECK THESE on Huey shrub bearing Pomciana-like Orchids For All poinsettias I Pruning is necessary Lawn Top-Drecslng cabinets and chemicals in

4I PRICES properly potted by us. blooms from May to November The City's Beautification in order to keep plants Many people ask "When Is a locked cabinet out in the

; and the fall blooming Chairman, Mrs. Bill Miller, compact and within bounds. It the best time to top-dress my tool shed

SAVENOW Bauhinia purpurea with with better known as Virginia, became is a good time to prune lawn? The only answer to Tools Dangerous, Too
Non-Patented 95 Us purple-red.white veined i interested In continuingthis crotons, also New growth that is, "Whenever your lawn in for a shocking
You are t
flowers. which comes out following an needs it. If your lawn becomes
Standard Varieties The seeds, given if electric
program. use
experience you
April pruning has ample timeto yellow, or if the roots
I Most Outstanding to her by Cypress Gardenswere into colorful thin it is hedge clippers or a lawn
Including Peace, Mirandy, develop compact are becoming a
Most outstanding of all Is the put In cans for six heads by early summer. good time for top-dressing, mower with a frayed power
Charlotte Armstrong |In 2 Gal. Com Hong Kong Orchid tree (Bau months and then planted the especially If watering or fer- cord. So check all power-
water
Triple on your
around Lake Howard, Inman cords before plugging them ln
hinia blakeana) which blooms .
AND MANY OTHER VARIETIES AVAILABLE daylilies while they are blooming tilizing doesn't seem to help.It
through the winter October to Park, and many other places. Not only will you get is a good practice to top- this spring. A winter-weary
LARGE ASSORTMENTOF May The flowers are rich Twenty-five Hong Kong Bau more flowers, but also plants dress your lawn In the late cord may have developed an F
ROCK GARDEN TREE ROSES 695 & 750 : crimson-purple in color and hinia trees were also purchased will multiply faster June and fall and early spring. This old-age crack in Its insulationthat
PLANTS REDUCED measure as much as six Inches by the Beautification Com July are better months to will prevent a lot of unneces- will cause an electric 6s
In diameter. Unlike most mittee Just before the freezeof divide daylllles, but now is a sary worry and expense dur.. current to shock you into doing
ROSES ON FORTUNIANA (CHEROKEE) ROOT \ Bauhinia, it does not drop Us December, 1962 and nearly good time to visit nurseriesand ing the year. a fast-stepping Charlestonin 6P
leaves in the winter. A very all recovered and are now choose the daylilies you Last month was the fertilizing one quick lesson. .
I NOW While Supply Christian Dior ? 4.00 South Seas . 4.50 rapid grower,. this Oriental blooming. t want while they are in bloom. month. However it isn't Tools lying around on 'the
) \ LastsDogwood I I of The Winter Haven News too late to apply the needed ground can cause an acci
will attain
heights
Chrysler Imperial 3.50 Suspense ,. , , 3.50Gold'ssMosterpiece3.50 beauty You can. still plant gladiolifor
: had of that step.
Trees -I Chief has also boxes blooms 80 to 90 days from fertilizer to 'our trees and. dent.'It Is a fact
$ Swarthmore . 4.00 Bauhinla seed to give away time of 'planting. But if you shrubs for their spring growth ping on a hoe can cause the

r" Hawaii . ,.," . 3.50 Tropicana . 4.00 for two or three years to any plant them now, put them and development. Don't for. handle to fly up with such
1'1 one who would come and get where they will get light, get to feed palms, camelliasand force as to plant a gooseeggsize
Kings Ransom . 4.00 Fire . . . 3.50 I azaleas.
$100 King them. This year Cypress Gardens broken shade when they start bump on your noggin
Ir I hopes to have enough blooming. Otherwise the hot Roses are In their heaviest plus shattering your glasses

( ms I seed to give surrounding counties summer sun' will fade the blooming period. Be sure to One False Move
Summer Annuals 69 I in the hopes they will Join blooms.GerberasorTransvaal. see that they get an ample
'I left the
I supply of properly balanced When rakes are on
Polk County In making Central
GROWING IN CONTAINERS
Carton crab apple and Southern Florida the Orchid Daisies add much to beautiful plant food. Give each plantone ground be sure that teeth are
chinese elm down. A false step on a rake
handful twice a week.
Tree Center of the World. and
; bouquets are easy to
Peat Moss holly Black spot and mildew are with teeth up could well send
TREESMAGNOLIA Imported 77 lombardy roses' oldest enemies. Dust you limping to a first aid station
Reg. 1.19 Bushels poplar Flower Show Chairmen weekly with a dust contain Or a rake left in the

TREES ,.... .1.95 magnolia ing sulphur and copper. Watchout driveway could cost you several

ARIZONA CYPRESS ......2.95 silver maple for thrips. They cause installment payments on
Listed Garden ClubR. .
By buds to open mal formed and an auto tire.
OAK TREES ...................2.95 scarlet maplered I flowers to look somewhat When working in the garden .

ElM TREES .. ..................4.95 bud dead around the edges of the guard against cuts and
I Chairmen of the annual M. Dwyer, awards Mrs.
RED MAPLE ,.........,........1.95 sycamoresweet spring flower show April 18-19, John R. Wright artistic; clas- petals. Dust or spray with infections. Protect aU cuts

SYCAMORE ......................4.9S american gum elm I planned by the Garden Club of sification; Mrs. J. W. Vaughn, DDT or any other product with proper antiseptic coverings

SILVER MAPE ..............,...6.9S citrus treespersimmon Lakeland, Inc., have been announced horticulture classification I ; recommended by your dealer. Remove all foreign matter .
MIMOSA ....................1.95 s e 1 I by the show manage Mrs. Don Kaplan, clerks; Caladlum Time such as glass;' metal and

TULIP TREE ..................1.00 -'; ment. Mrs R P. Watson and Mrs. Get your caladiums yet? If wire from your flower bed.

RED BUD ,........,........1.00 : fig Members of the management L. H. Harrell, conservation; you haven't, you'll be sorry. Use gloves if your skin is
GOLDEN RAIN ...............1.00 Simon's committee are Mrs. M. Mrs. Robert Henuish and Set them out in any semi- tender or susceptible shoes to ra.lI.Also and.

JACARANDA ................ 1.00 .ft .\ ... &.... I H. Henderson Jr. club president Driftwood circle members, dismantling shaded or completely shaded. wear sturdy for
'" "I'U .. ". -Co. :S.'r' ; ; Mrs. O Fenton Wells ; Mrs. C. H. Lovejoy area. Try all the new varieties appropriate garments protection
nurseries I general chairman; Mrs. A. M. Jr. and Mrs. M. T. Smith, education and new colors They are while working thorny

Bougainvilla . . 97c ,,--.. e. new y erk eve. : Hyde, co-c h al I r man; Mrs. ; Mrs. Roy Amidon and exceptionally beautiful and plants like roses .
0 225 Auburndolo Rd. (U.S. 92 East) Azalea cirlcle horticulture give color where you will If all these don'ts are discouraging
Crotons . . . . . 77c IA1.\ take heJIingiwerth: drive I George S. Huckabay, staging; en need it most. don't give up gar
) and Mrs. Charles C. Cook,
\ I i > tries.Mrs. One of aluminum dening for sky-diving Re-
s; Phone MU 34011 I schedule A. T,' Edwards Jr., pound sulphate -
(round alum) for each member, you can make many
Punk Trees . . . 69c Show Hours hostesses; Mrs. Edwin N.
W. ((2Green 100 square feet of azalea or mistakes and be a successful
The flower show, which has Llghtfoot Judges' luncheon;
Arborvita . . . . 97c Closed Sundays Giv.lCJ. "'i. Stamps "Interchange," as its theme, Mrs. Cook and Mrs C. Lamar camellia bed applied now, will gardener, but If you forget to
be most beneficial It pull the rip-cord you'vehad
Selloums . . . . 67c "Laktlanfi/ largest Seftcffa/ of Quality Nursery Stock" will be presented at the Garden Ryals junior gardeners; Mrs. the acid condition necessary provides itlPen!
I Center, Orange Street and George Merrill, placing; Mrs
Palms . . . . . 1.49 to their development of
Lake Avenue. It will be opento J. W. Cottingham Jr., artistic vigorous growth. It is not a
Holly Trees , . 97c I the public, upon payment of pre-entries; Mrs. E. R. Pip fertilizer
II I admission, Saturday, April 18, ing horticulture pre-entries; Plant banana sprouts this Women
from 3 until 9pm. and Sun Mrs. J. C. Rogers, properties; month to start new trees
DIFFERENTGRAVELY day, April 19, from 1 until 7 Mrs. Roland Esslmger and They're increasingly popularfor
Gardenia-ln! Bud and i' p.m. Mrs. Edith Nardl publicity; ornament, and some varieties Set Picnic,
Bloom Save Now I Chairmen of the show com and Mrs. Byron H. Comstock, bear fruit that is delicious -
gives you mittees are as follows: Mrs. tickets. either fresh or cooked

K- S out-In-front design for -I BallotingElection
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.. :\ t I out-In-front performance Sunshine Drive of officers will be

47cJUNIPER '" Srav.ly't mower-Indmst design 'K Near held at the April meeting of
gives you total mowing parformanc NURSERY1j4145- the Lakeland branch of the

-flit, Hortltts mowing of open Crystal Lake I National League of American
a lawns . sure, complttt trimming Pen Women tomorrow In the
uwltr thrubi,ftncaa,and other lawn Art Guild studios at Tiger-
futurta. town.
CONFERTA 49c &!2 -' r' With Gravely,you hive your choice GRAND OPENINGSHELTERED The business session will

BIRD OF PARADISE SOc d s of flv.mowing attachment!- acn all-' follow a picnic lunch at 1J:30
Largo CREPE MYRTLE 1.49 soar drivtn by the pow.rful Gravely for
p.m. which Mrs. Edward
Tractor engine . Mch with unique WORKSHOP for the
WISTERIA 69c 4 ( ewlrsl l action that dottn't miss a HANDICAPPED O. Trotter, Lakeland' artist,
PODACARPUS B9c single blada.Chooi and Mrs. G. R. Patten of

HONEY SUCKLE (Hall) 49c 1- from 31 Gravely" attachm Plant City, writer, will provide -
5"' wants for SATURDAYAPRIL beverage and dessert.
yur-round vtriatllKy , .
.. tJ r' all powtrtd by the all-gtar drlv Members will bring sandwiches
Citrus TreesSave r M' , Gravely Tractor (now with standard 4-9 AM.to. 5 P.M. .
e +. ,. e-'p..d or per "Swlftamatlc-. Mrs. William Selheimer
.. Saturday a ,
u:; Sunday 1 1h 1ill 1r
On Orange Trees VERSATILE cvvwyiM 'a"r...", "" III'iIGI",_... lpd tranamlatlon). SUNDAY president will preside A
Now Bearing 0 Fruit .,... ..... 277I j ; ,',,',;iw MM Met M t ./4vtt MM ::r "." ..""c., Ifoi"_, r,1tfar_ April 5 -1 P.M. to 5 PM. SPECIAL the votes of the Lakeland
I .. .GI.......,_... branch at the National Biennial -
eel.,. Convention
-<< of Pen
Fiddle Leaf Fig : r"'y,...+r win, ,,w M' MIMrorLrarar Women April 10-1J at the
$1
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Ficus Pandurota GRAVELYLAKELAND Sutler-Hilton in Washington,
2745 p. C. Changes in the national
rr ,,,. BRANCH / 6.5.5 bylaws will be discussed.
LAKE BONNY rl Sunshine Drive Mrs. Patten
national
KM W, Ol!.. Liktl.
NURSERY ,M" ,,,,' Phone 682.1588 raKy Bag Contest, will read her report

Out East Main St. ,,,.c..r MF TraOTpd of compiled her committee from the on opinion judging

Lake Bonny Dr. Mrs. N. J. Cozens of
{ Help those who the
end Dixie Place I Tampa branch
.. and Mrs|
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aargyKaw themselves) James R. Thomson
CLOSED SUNDAY I help Lakeland branch. o| the

I The report will ht read at.
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THE KIND OF MANYOU'D ,I LEDGER. Sunday April S, 1N4 II-C


WANT IN YOUR OFFICE WILL BE READINGTHE PUZZLE DEAR ABBY
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LEDGER WANT ADS
TOMORROW, PLACE
YOUR By Helen K. Pecklngbam Whof your problem? For
OFFER WHERE.HE'U. SEE IT. CALL .
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6.1151 NOW.Morrison's gtvwrol reply write t.
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TODAY..at MORRISON'S Abby on we.. ell
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Abigail Van Buren moll. ONE
at a as

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1/ 51. SSt / DEAR ABBY: My bed aren't made yet and my dishes are safely reach the meter to read It (vicious dogs or half clad

as 51 N ss still In the link, but I must sit down and get this oft my chest women) I should report it, to the company, and they would
as N le AU this baloney about lung cancer hat fallen flat People will send an estimated bill

4Is go right on smoking on the chance that It might not hit them. OLD TIME METER READER
But I know something that U true of everyone who smokes

wW 5 4 Nsa that should convince people to quit. Now I've been to college .
t
$e u and I realize this doesn't sound very polite, but I am going to DEAR ABBY: What was the good looking young meter ,
u
Itu say It In plain language. SMOKERS STINKI Their clothes reader, who had so much trouble beating off the love starved .

I ua ., their hair, their skin and their breath Just plain smell bad, All housewife, doing In the house anyway? The meter Is on the
the money spent on perfume and deodorants Is wasted Most OUTSIDE.

/ a, 5N smokers don't notice it on themselves, It but bothers'every- CYNIC

one within two feet of them. If you are a heavy smoker, the
se II 11 Is s is eas next time you go to kiss your child, or grandchild ask him DEAR CYNIC: Maybe he Just wanted to meet h"r.

---Q / H / how he likes It. He will teU you the truth.
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EX-SMOKER f DeI .
Is eT ? DEAR ABBY: I have noted with amusement the letters

from mailmen who claim they have had to employ a lot of It
.s ,
1 1 DEAR ABBY: After reading the mailman's complaint that fancy footwork In order to stay clear of those love-starved If theresult

the women on his route wouldn't leave him alone, and then housewives who meet them on the porch and try to lure them
'/t/.. I I the young meter reader who said that most of the housewiveshad Inside. I have delivered mail for a long time Abby, and if a

ACROSS designs on him, I began to wonder what mailmen and woman comes to her door clad In only a bath towel (and some car in

1 Store. 27 Menservants demigods meter readers had that carpenters don't have. I have worked have) It doesn't bother me a bit You see, I am a lady mailman
30 Inside and outside of houses for 30 years, and I have dealt h the
I buys only the finest whether FREE 10 8 Sedate. with Fastening a bolt 51 tablet Writing with the lady of the house directly, and I never once had this OHIO ipres-
Pace
( CHllD'S LATE 35 Pseudonym 52 problem. Should I be insulted? __ p the
it's avocados apples, sweet pickles orbeef. 14 Apple Frequent been
Thurs. Nlghll of Marie 54 Bespangled CARPENTER Beautiful) Loke Thonotola..aII' II the
on
( Morrison's expert quality control Childrllll12 and 1IId. 15 Instant Louise de la 58 Kerchooed 0 lU of
I 16 Bay ofFundy Ramee 62 Egg on DEAR CARPENTER: No. Maybe nobody else has had it.
begins at buying, continues in prepara- ,_: l_a_IR'EE feature 38 Unit of force 63 Ingredient of either. STEVE'SRUSTIC roughWood

lion and service. Watchful constant 37 Bad varnish st for
SPECIAL *
17 I:-. the midst 38 Anger 65 Granularof LODGE and
{control assures flavor perfection. STEAK NIGHTS of 39 Least fresh DEAR ABBY: Maybe times have changed since I was a ty in

\Superior quality Is just one of the Sot It Sue Nights 18 External 42 S. A. sorrel 66 Paris streets meter reader 25 years ago, but I was told that if I could not WORLD FAMOUS FOR swillWring
A lk IHrlol. 1111 19 Foreboding 43 Enclosure 67 Escape
kippy differences Morrison's. ti's"' n pod 20 Sells to the 43 Goddess of 68 Delineated STEAKS SEAFOODS .
IIlrlolD 411019n public discord 69 -up, nowl Ex-Marine Vows To Ward .real en a

22 Depresses 46 Rodents 70 Removed ... .... .. ...
fl mlnutn rm lk l n Orlv tut 5"5 ...** 4 _"tv.Aw Jrgiaby -
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26 Pinch 50 Naughty 71 Descendants ltf.nroffMf fall ftgfh er that if the

I DOWN HOLLYWOOD, Calif. W wife, Elona, 22, and their children I II Cocktail OQQ IX71 Closed City.man.-,

IIJIIt Inside a home near the Hollywood Stevie, 3; Deborah, 2, and III Lounge 7OOIO/I Mondays cuts
I Box 23 Marble 47 Appears Bowl sits Stephen Anthony Pamela, 7 months to the homeof > hu
scientifically 25 Modish 49 Organ ofhearing an ex-Marine armed relatives.As TAMPA lea.cuts-
2 Abode 27 Vote with a shotgun, a carbine, 300
Tu.d.p riiroiiih S.hjrd. -4IJO 10:10 ...
sheriffs can cruised yt to p
near
3 Leave
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out Pert
to the 60
Basked rounds of ammunition and agas this
114 North Tennessee Avenue S.n/..r_I t* 10 p.m.
Biked ear or air 53 Out of the ; mask his house Friday, Anthony told t beday

ACRES OF FREE PARKING 8 Scarves 29 Loyal way Anthony, 34 is the bartenderwho I newsmen: "My lawyers are resubmitting (

6 Stomacher 31 Single units 54 Breaking two months ago stood off my petition for a
DOORS PolJe County's Most 7 Islet in river 32 Elephant billows an eviction attempt for six review of my case to the U.S. DRIVE-IN THEATRES "

OPEN a or lake tusk 35 Correct hours with his shotgun on one Supreme Court. We have until OMN ':JO SHOW TtSO 4
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Frosted
12t45 modern Theatre! 33 More 86 Matures arm and his 7-month-old daughter -April 24 to do It."
DAILY r1,1v 9 Disorders fastidious 57 Pigeon on the other. Tonight's The NightTo
10 34 "I'm not declaring war, he
Plug Mirror 59
STARTS TODAY 11 Occasion 38 Arrow 60 Level Cipher Now, after a delay for legal added. "1'm just exercising my Go Out To A Movie ,
/ 12 Paradise 40 Offered 61 maneuvers In which the U.S.I rights as an American citizen. ,
(LOCALLY Morning Supreme Court declined to review I am defending my home within
Shows At . 1:00-3:10-5:20: 13 Confines 41 Scot, baron mists '
OWNED AWlLtlAM 21 Jots 44 Sovereign 64 Salt the case, sheriff's deputies the limits of the law"His fiRST DRIVI.IN T Nlowr
7:29-9:35 are seeking again to evict him. attorney Leonldas P. SHOWINGI Tut DATAT

Solution to Yesterday's Puzzle Sheriff Peter P. Pitches and Econom added: "We are convinced 100 WITH A PARTIAL mVaT .sowiwe AT ISIS
County Counsel Harold W. Kennedy that we are right, that
L V4 and HEPBURN held a three-hour confer- our appeal to the U.S. Supreme GREGORY PECK TONY CURTIS
AtE ON DN ence Thursday. They emergedwith Court-will be successful" '

I MONSTERS WUTHI VE$*SCHOOLMARMS'INOIANS N E CRYPTOGRAM a six-page statement reIterating A court issued the eviction onder \ BOBBY DARIN E--

RBEATNI* f IRL WHO STOLE THE trrarowtR uuuu auuiiUUUULUi By LAWRENCEIIARVEY that it was their dutyto a year ago Los Angeles Academy Award Nominee
SPIES evict Anthony County had condemned An
t f SEXPOTS .COWBOYS BATHING
HUWUUMQHUlUfclUti aT urPORTIMO ACTOR t>r VMS. VIA
II BE. I 4 CANARIES QUIOllU BHIJpinna SRATPSIP S R A TU P U They didn't say when thenext i thony's property to make wa y t VOU HI* PER/OAMANea IN
Pit) 1 PIRATES nncinti nmnnaaa eviction attempt would to for a proposed 85 mllllor "CAPTAIN NIWMAN MO"
aaaaa OBCIOH UPSIR. made. But Kennedy said that I I I' Hollywood motion picture am
k the sheriff needs an "elemenof t television museum I wasn't

anna nnnanniiin surprise" for success, Kennedy A Jury awarded Anthony $ drafted! You
_ N N I ENS D Yesterday's cryptogram: would back him up.Anthony 7SO: for his half Interest, in the kidnalpped 4V.

UHMMM nnnnn nnrara iiniicinraran Sot at table patted bottled said_he has sent_hi e: home.Whether me into your '"
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WHEN if.DOUHC a L I AP Movie-Television Writer town. -Jta Stewart had an CHICKEN SIIKLMP STEAKS r COLOR a..

HOLLYWOOD (AP) This Is apartment for 32 years. SHORT OUJI ItS AT .0... ONUVI IdI.
The Garden Court feU Into
Boulevard
Hollywood
a ZEESM.e disrepair during a succession of With Down To Earth Prices I ALAN 'THE DEEP SIX" IeIi.
s I Passersby In the gentle spring 'I'I LADD
owners. Most of its grand fur- 'I'II COLOR
1 TECH i N I.oa. I'sin hurried along without a fishing were lost or looted. Including The All Netc
IAMISMWM glance toward the stately white the grand pianos which I

ElfflKJOMucta- *. building that sits back from the were in each of the 72 apartments -I AIRPORT RESTAURANT II
y raw Mora i a block from Crauman'a The new owner is In the
street
_ft Jhi k...Kiun.......OWE nw>KOI8I81K0 m>.mi _aealmaale Chinese Theater That was not process of restoring Its former I Terminal Building-Lakeland Municipal AirportS TONITI THRU TUESDAY
elegance. He has resisted offersto FIRST ARIA SHOWING
A.M. TO 10 '.M. II. "
i,unusual, for the Garden Court tear It down.
apartments have long been overlooked ADULT ENTERTAINMENTSh -

STARTS WEDNESDAY in modern Hollywood. NOW SHOWING I Ieow".w. wintt4 a quiet vtddlnf . M liar ,.
when
I But it was a landmark .
put tilncf .11 till ihitfunt . . .
it: opened on Christmas night of le,
ttevfctoras
919. .. you've: heard ...

NOW YOU CAN SEE IT AT I "I remember that night," says OPEN 12:45 now see the losers v; I II I IM"1 I
I
the present owner, Erwin Kan. Shows At: ,

POPULAR PRICES ,'I was Just a kid then, but I had 1 :00 3 :08 5116: ____ the craziest bunch Ir I II YI hea
_
I my own stripped-down model T 7:14 9:3: % S of'misfits' / that
AND :Ford. When I saw the Klieg I IIShwa

CONTINUOUS 1, lights In the sky, I hurried over / '' etrep hknt I% st m
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to see the excitement .. f x'a6C8p! At 'f.M

PERFORMANCES 1UNCUTI I Stars VIsited"It LOOK :' i treIi.rrIJrItN 7130 b 1014!
0
was quite a sight All the Ie
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1 INTACTIA ,,* ( i
tI stars were going Inside, and the WHO'S GONNA <,- >- p A.l
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e )f
champagne was flowing even
though prohibition had started BE HERE . >Vs, 1 MrTIs N."r u It

the parties went on every night Td
_-lTheres / % until after New Year's"The THURSDAY! ; I / IA 4S
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1s n
; still be seen though sometimes ..sn.u.r

dimly. The facade of the garden EvisV T.S.' W.r.d ,w r ylCONAAUau tII to
% court is classical, with scrollwork j y ; 0U
Corinthian columns and
f r 24 half-naked Adonises who appear PRES ff udir( 4"r
f to be supporting the top 7wacs IIt
t three of the five stories.

-t' The lobby 1s filled with oriental Swcrtgln/ T ::, "GOD'S LITTLE ACRE"TONIGHT 1.
rugs overstuffed furniture

and handsome mahogany tables (\ f ODAuAfL OGedt I iI( CJ .
and is usually peopled by long-
time tenants One of them is I
CdumbU Pldbrtj\ prtwnts Stella Turk whose son wrote I
ADVANCETHEREAR
DAVID LEAN Production oIMEMCE
SPlESEl
THE SAM "
"I'll Get By "Mean to Me"
FILMLAND'is'ui STARTS
and other songs.Lovely .
: ant M roqiwtxw N THUr'ar I Mil' MOTth N HxxUI .A Na, IS
Homey Place
POSTONOREO n + aloud Itjiomo \ I WITH A PARTIAL REPEAT OWING AT 5310 f
This is a lovely, homey Co-St.nia, t fronts AT 7:30: tit IT ALL Al cars AS S.MALBERT
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place" said Mrs. Turk who has ''jrejue* i' I
WOMEN IN THI WONLDIawusswAA..aasst.
CLARE ARABIAi THI six MOLT IXCITINO
OF
: IU lived in the ume apartment 24. ARTHUR O'CONNELlGLENDA nicer than ,We
who leaves always
years. "Anybody
AT
GUINNESS ANTHONY OUINN .JACK HAWKINS comes back. FARRELl ahasl G NNfORDSIE SIQ NS I
IRAural JOSE fERRER ANTHONT OUAYI*'cuuoe WINS ; Mae Murray is now a tenant
AmmmwNNEDY _()MAlI $HA1IIf.YFr as she baa been off and on since and the u
-=-PETER E.vwaNcctaeaf. : the Garden Court opened. Una

V.+Aintill.. : :&_.;W:uCOLOn:,I\.f't' W.fO' Merkel and Sidney Blackmer al KITTY HAWKS . I .
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Eight out of every 10 single MOUNTAIN CUTIESEXCLUSIVE '
__ IN FULL detached homes built In the n pMNAVt sQN I VlM.nt Kw.r. AII.-I PInn.vI
SOUND United States In 1963 were of FINNEY

STEREOPHONIC frame construction. A five room Au...... A.... No..I"oo la K TICHNICOIOHJVNS
Shows At . 100430.810: frame house for Instance uses Hi! .. Mrinc* In ALLVSON In

:i her about plus 9,200 1,700 board square feet of feet lum of COAST WING "CLtUrA IKA" APRIL START is* 'ALACI TAMPA THIAT I JIElI"r THE JONCS VICTOUt.IM n.n." I" "MY MAN GODFRIY"


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"-C LAKELAND LEDGER, Sunday, April 5,114r" Town - - - ._ - -
Kentucky New Jersey ,

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'. ;' :- '; " Sprouts Beards Man SoughtIn I Yes I want to know .1

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GownsBENTON
Displays

I Ky. un Handle- Kidnaping I: more about travel to I II

bar mustaches and of I
gowns MIAMI (AP) The! Federal the NEW YORKWORLD'S I
100 years ago were in fashion Bureau of Investigation has put
Saturday night as this western I
Its agents on extra-time for an
Kentucky community began
Intensive statewide for
search an :
drifting back into the last cen I
Audubon Park, N.J., man wanted I
in connection with kidnapinga
tury.Kentucky Dam Village State Mount Pleasant, S. C. boy. I I '
Park near here became a southern The Associated Press learned I II
plantation for one night. Saturday night that all availableFBI FAIR :
r The occasion was' a costume agents have been thrown Into : via
fA ball sponsored by the Benton the search for Joseph Francis
Chapter of the U.S. Junior Bryan, 25. I
Chamber of Commerce as a "We are checking gas stations, I II
warm up for the annual Tater flop houses and motels from one I I

Day. 'end of the state to the other1," ;:.:.:.;. .. I I III I
Benton, population 3,000, will an agent said. "'In fact, the EVANGELIST .". Ross . .
stop ,slipping into the 19th century search is on from South Carolinato Rhoodi will, k. the ......11.. I I a
after Monday the southern tip of florida." for e w.ak-kag, aria .f o..iiItlittte Famous I

Potato Missing I The discovery north of Miami torvlcot .. First ..,tiet I

Tater Day, which has been.Tuesday of the decomposed identified bodyof Church itortlitf teddy __ Champion Trains I
a boy tentatively as
held on the first Monday in John David Robison, 10, touchedoff License plates for passenger
April for 121 years, marks the the search for Bryan. cars throughout the 50 Round-Trip Including ReservedLQ05 I J
day when farmers used to bring at.te'l %Jf
The Robison boy vanished were set at a standard /I Seat as Low a*
potato seed to town to sell and
six 12 inches in 1958. I
POLYNESIA IN WINTER, HAVIN-Hot. If the mitte-bridgo opprooch to the Tiki lounge, of. I swap. from... Mount Pleasant Feb. 27. by per adult
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flcl.lI! .ponlitf tomo"ow'.t Kohikl Inn Motor Horol, 401 I 6 th St., NW. An .urhontl ..tmoiphoreof I More than 10,000 persons Invaded a oar s: LIFT I (Summer rates effective May J)
,, the town last year for Also Plan Tours which include hotel I
Polynoil. owalt Inside (L.", Phot. ly Richlo) Package
the celebration. Only thing missing BE I accommodations for three nights (double occupancy
was the potato, since it Is ) plus two admissions to the Worlds

Winter Haven's Tiki Lounge not any grown more.profusely.around here,I COOLas .1 I Fair, (Add transportation.)

Monday' schedule Includes Y Package Plan Tours $*> "fl f f\ I
weight pulling contest a I as Low as +&JL .W
Grand Opening Monday NightBy mules, a band contest in .1 per adult I
(I[courthouse yard and a CUCUMBERabout
growing competition. J Ask about optional sightseeing trips, Broadway
DON RICHIE The Village as a whole will I yourINCOMETAX shows, stopovers en route which: may be In
Ledger Staff Writer become a foremost convention I eluded

WINTER HAVEN r- Winter and meeting center and civic' Special Rates for groups of 25 or more..ChilI I
Haven Tiki Lounge, a Polynesian officials who have seen it deemIt 'I dren's rates upon application.for .

adjunct to Kahikl Inn a prime asset to the City of introducing 'fnformaffo end risrvor/eni/ call MU 2-07(2 (f
Motor Hotel 401 6th St., NW,
will hold its grand opening to Winter Haven and to Polk I moil respect N414

morrow night. County. Atlantic Coast Line Railroad I
'I
The Lounge, under the man Projected will be dining, ban t. ...OCKI I ACL Passenger Station
agement of Roy Beasley, Winter uet and meeting areas and a ::t.Irma.n..... .ho.. $ Lakeland, Florida j jI
Haven builder, is the beginning lounge with a true 17th-century ran L5101 l.Mrtl I
am Interested In going to the World's Fair, leaving I
. I
of five-unit hours It f.lt" It end
a projected Polynesian atmosphere
(date) for __________ days.
YOU ftr IU 5
t
Kahiki Village to cover a squarer Polynesia 20th Century, Isthe Ori MMf
block, theme of first-unit, TikI. UK font n.. . thtftt I Please give me the cost for_____ adults_
.. children under 12, to ( ) one ( two hotel
Beasley whose wife, Emily,' Working with Beasley's research Mf oom'" """ occupy )
runs Beasley Realty, is enthusiastic through the South Sea Islands wev , eINN T0 Wl3 rooms
DAY! UPSUAIANTiE i lam also Interested In the following optional extras
,
I as an eight-year dream In the past haU-dozen years Charles "Doc" HarrisonGROVE
I and object of extensive South Sarasota architect D Thomas

Sea research begins to take the Kincaid helped builder Beasley ... I Name .,
PARK SHOPPING CENTER W. .feCC." .pr.per.ll.a .f awry tea rdurs. If
form of reality.Chiang. bring the Tiki from drawing !II w'. m.ko any .',... Idol eat yu .ny .ptnalty or ,nt.,ed. I Address
board to reality. Phone 682-4888 ... will pay id* ",..It ., 'o.t.II&JlInC.CXSllcOt.
I
Lending a further oriental as City -.Meta 7Ip Code-
Says pest are two lovely waitresses
from Tokyo, Japan: Matsue newly appointed to serve you with the 'l "Thanks for Using Coast Line"OFFER

U.S. Should and Featured Emi (Amy nightly). Is Winter best in auto, l life, and fire insurance. I saw r r r r r st1. arts Nra ml

NlN.n'i biroMt T.. StrviM >00 OtfiM AerM the U. S.
Haven's vivacious vocalist
Face Facts Mary own Lou Gonzalez, backedup STATE PAKM .INSURANCE 106 WEST WALNUT ST.W..kdey.9 YOUR SERVICES I
by the Showmen Orchestra Homo OfdoM! I [ )
COIIIPAliti.)1 REGULARLY IN THE BUSINESS DIRECTORY IN THS :
By ROBERT EUNSON from Tampa, under the lead of A M. t.9 P.M., Sot. end Sun. 9-5. Ph. 686.1951F..seINeNO
LEDGER CLASSIFIED COLUMNS. DIAL MU 4-1131. : I
1 Ed Krochman.
l TAIPEI, Formosa (AP) AIIIIOINTMIN" N.csasaey
'
Americans should face the fact ;
that Red China's "ultimate aim
is the defeat of the United e
States," President Chiang Kaishek dt
said Saturday
"Despite encouraging reoM.rk.
.." such as Sen. J. W. Ful
bright's statement March 25: that
) t Washington should think about I 4-PIECE MODERN SECTIONAL 4, . .Aa ,

J c J the.flexibility Chinese toward Communist.Peking ,the"to SAVE MONEY AND SPACE WITH 'J fa Self Decking* n ..<-,* -" ,

1R, United States is and always will
/ be enemy No. I," ,Chiang declared. if Hardwood Frames

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(4 .t.r I I I Spilt an exclusive Said UnbridgeableIn Interview with Luxury round the Clock! **Zipper Choice Covers of Colors v :

The Associated Press, the 76- j (
year-old leader of the Republicof 1
China described relations between OPEN EVERY NITE N
Moscow and Peking as f t '
rt
having "already reached the
point of no return," so long as ( 9:00
their present rulers are in TILL P.M.
power.
Recommending removal of aD .
the Communist regime In China,
he said "I am certain' the Russians +'4 i \i\

will not Intervene .
"American tactic. in Viet
Nam have proved unsuccessful
so far," Chiang said, adding
however that removing U.S.
military forces from Southeast
*
Asia would be inconceivable.
"A withdrawal from Viet Nam M
would be considered the first
step in an American withdrawalfrom c
+ .
the Pacific, including,Japan 1 o
/' Chiang said
The Nationalist leader, who Regular $219.95
has hoped for years to return to
the mainland with his govern
ment, discussed international :
fairs for one hour getting up $14200 ,
once to point out on a global f '
map what might happen if the : I
United States changed its stance r
in Asia. He predicted Laos, '
Cambodia, Thailand and even :: ) .
the Philippines would topple In % c.fa .
front of a Communist onslaught. Good'Now
Offer
This Thru April 11th
Fulbright Remarks Deplored

There were sparks as he com- 1
mented on the statement by
Sen. Fulbright) D-Ark, chairman &
of the U,S. Senate Foreign &
Relations Committee that G2L-

Americans should "jar open our .
minds to certain realities about '
China, of which the foremost is
that there are not really two e
Chinas but one and that it is
ruled by the Communists" Hand Decorated
"Such remarks will only Danish Modern
encourage the Communists to Decorator Chair Dinnerware
hate and insult your country 16 Pieces
A Person
more," Chiang said. .
"I feel Sen. Fulbright is not RONow.9S 75 "
fully Informed of the conditions 124.00 2495 3
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China today. The ComMunist
Horv.it Table,
two side chairs eel
Chinese regime is built on noth- Round 5. ioc. Dinette
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keep the people under control. man Iu"k ..... in CI.......,. Ton.
The regime totally lacks popular
support It will never last. It ia "Where It Costs So Little To Own Beautiful Furniture" )
here today but may be gone tomorrow -

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"I am ready to give the Chinese e
Communists credit for be-

ing very expert propaganda
They have created the illusion ;
strong and firm MATHERofLakeIandPHONE
that they are
and Impregnably entrenched.The FREE I'
facts are to the contrary PARKING

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GREENSBORO N.C. (AP) will be hitting the ball better by

Jack Nicklaus put together the time the Masten opens."

three consecutive birdies halfway Nicklaus had eight pan and a '"

through the back nine Saturday birdie from three feet on the LAKELAND LEDGER. SUNDAY, APRIL 5, 1964. SECTION D, PAGE ONE

to ihoot a four under par short third for a front nine 35.:

(7 and vault past slumping Sam' He had to make three par put e t, HENLEY FIELD GAME AT 1 :30 P.M.

Snead Into a three-shot lead after of four to five feet after his initial ;a .
14 holes of the $35,000 Greater efforts were short.

Greensboro Open Golf Tournament He knocked in Beaten
a 12-footer to xy e St Tigers
with a 206 total. ir' ;
birdie No. 10 and took three I to '
2i Snead. the leader by three get down from the edge on No. ?
shots through each of the first 12 his
only bogey. Starting on
i(two rounds of the 72-hole tourna- 13, he knocked in birdie putts of

.'meet was stunned by a triple I seven, eight and 15 feet. lie Lary To Oppose

\bogey 6 on the seventh hole and missed a seven-footer on the

:wound up with 74 to drop to a'lourway II final green that would have tied

tie for second at 209. Sanders for the low round.

U Defending champion Doug Snead battled back from bogeys

I II (Sanders charged back from a on. the fourth and fifth Bunning TodayPittsburgh's

II I {slow start to fire 66, winning holes with an eagle on the long
.j$480 for the day's low round that
I I II sixth. But on No. 7, a 171-yan,
tied him with Snead. Canadian par 3 hole, he lost his lead. -
|Al.'Johnston: and Australian Bill Pirates unleased a 20-hit attack yesterday at Fort Myers to hand the De.

I Dunk. Rolled Back ,troit Tigers their worst drubbing of the spring, 14-6. I

I Places Sixth His tee shot caught the edgeof S wL The loss was Detroit's fifth straight and left them with a 7.14 mark this spring. It

I i/jfAl Geiberger's 70 put him a trap and rolled back into also marked the second straight afternoon Detroit pitching has taken a shellacking! by the

I ;r alone in sixth! place at 210 one the bunker. There was no way __ opposition. I

stroke ahead of U.S. Open to hit under the ball cleanly and Today at 1:30: p.m., the Tigers lowed up on Cliff Adams, a Final two runs were the resultof

I the: Julius Boros, who was Sam whacked It three times before and Philadelphia Phillies will relief pitcher on the Syracuse Gene Alley's 2-run homer in

co-leader with Larry Mowry reaching the green. Then he meet at Henley Field and it roster for four hits and two the eighth off Craig.

: through the first nine holes of needed two putts. will be Frank Lary opposing runs in three Innings. TIGER TALKi. Although the

I XJhel day' play. A bogey followed on No. S and Jim Bunning, two hurlers who Apparently he fared the beeof t Bengals didn't have an impressive

II :V Boros faltered to an Incoming the Sl-year-old seven-time win starred for many seasons for I all because Dick Egan gohis t won-lost record for the

I II J38 for a U round over the par ner here turned in 40. Detroit. Bunning was shipped lumps In two innings anthe d spring, their pitching had been

|7l| Sedgefield Country Club Coming back, he birdied 12 'during the off season to Philadelphia Bucs closed their scoring! holding up fairly well until the

'. curs a 7,000-yarder Mowry and 14 but went over 16 in the deal that broughtDon with two runs off rookie Pete past three days when all of
,
I ?out in 33, soared to 40 in the in- ana 17!., three-putting par both.on A PICK Oft OH THIRD IASI-In the First Innln* .< the game botwoon the New York. Y........ Demeter to the Tigers.It Craig In the eighth. their hurlers suffered rough

coming!f nine for 73 that dropped birdie on 18 wound up a sad day.' end the Chlcto Whit Sox, Floy1. Ro I....", Whit Sol utfitldof, hit herd ball to Yankee. third I will be the next to last Detroit managed nine hits oft f! treatment. . Jake Wood
baseMan Cl.. Boy*,, wise Nil to the fc. and four Buc hurlers played both second and first for
H
I burn to 213.Nicklaus He lamented that in 54 holes he picked Mike Hof.hporo.tr (401( .f the Whit Soi. Henley Field exhibition for the
I playing here only knocked In only one putt longer I.,,,. In fortfround, hipped Ml the b.( but held *nt* tilt boll. Umpire It Id H.I.,. AP Wlr*. .... They close their The Tigers collected four of the Tigers yesterday and
photo) their six runs off starter Joe George Thomas split duty In
because snow a week ago pre-, than six feet.Sandera Lakeland slate for '64 on
Gibbon, Including a homer in two outfield Thomas
I spots. will
vented him from Thursday when they play hostto
practicing at put together a of
par MAJOR LEAGUE ROUNDUPRookie the fifth by Demeter his secmd also fill in as a third string
the Kansas
home In Columbus, Ohio, for his 33s; Dunk had a 36-35 card and City Athletics in
as Dick catcher .
days the
many during season. .
I defense of the Masten title next Johnston shot the course In 36-33 Tomorrow they will be In McAuliffe and George Thomas Adams was released when a

weekend, had five birdies and to tie Snead for second place. Moore's Bradenton while to oppose the Athletics each had two singles for the Class D pitcher in the Georgia-

one bogey. Arnold Palmer hitting every Single on Tuesday they Tigers. Florida League but signed by AI
I j jI play the Houston Colt 45s In
"l'm still not hitting the ball shot 70
green, on 15 pars, an Cocoa. Jerry Lynch the former Cincinnati Lakeman then manager of the
have
real solid, but it's been a little eagle a birdie and a double bogey. They an open I Redleg pinch-hitting Tigers' farm at Panama City

I letter every day" he said. "My clash date on with Wednesday the A's and then I star, was the batting hero for Since that time he barely man

I front nine iron play wasn't good, Sixty-two pros who shot 222 or Wins For Yankees 9-8 day. Friday "break on Thurs I the Pirates. He collected a aged to withstand spring cull

I but I got the ball closer to the better and 10 amateurs qualifiedfor day for Detroit. camp"I I pair of homers, a double and until he finally came into hit

I vole on the back nine. I feel ij the final 18 holes Sunday. a I i single and drove In four runs. own as relief pitcher two sea
II On Saturday the Tigers and I He opened his attack against sons ago. . Final roster cull
I FORT'LAUDERDALE: Cardenas' double, an Intentional him In the ninth for pinch hitter Minnesota Twins clash in Char I Rakow with a 2-run homer and will be made sometime this

(AP) Bonus rookie Archie! pass, a fielder's choice and Larry Elliott who paid off with lotte N.C., while on Sunday I then added another off Adams week as the Tigers must be

Moore' two-run single climaxed t Rose's single a double and then scored NewYork' they will play the Twins at ,with no one on base In the down to 28 men by opening dayon
I a five-run ninth Inning that gave I LO.M' Knoxville Tenn. I ourth. 14.
n.I: J only run on George Alt- April.
( the New York Yankees a 9-8 exhibition h d ) man's single Ed Rakow opened for the

victory over the Chicago ,oamdn,. ,, Purfcor",.D...,....." (71. vv.rth.. Tigers but was blasted for .. 'I' '
(* .
I ) "* *" '* W-Worttm it. LOUIt 101 so* 040-10 IS I : '
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.
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White Sox Saturday. L NIW VOMK (IN) *0 *0* 001- lit eight hits In two Innings and 'r + ;t"
...
Homo Lot Annlot .
Moore W. Dolt.runt T. .,.. 011I1. 51 imnwnt, .."... (T), Wild b) and The Pirates folumpo.zo ii'
I rapped a liner off the Cot.....", D. Cinnnntti Pinion .ce.,..,, R,..k.tt (11, Jiekion, W.Ion ). seven runs. ,30 ,
jI (tl. L.. ,,
glove of rookie second baseman timmont. ".J."...II.", and Otndor. W : 'h, '
Marv Staehle on a 3.2 pitch ".mo runt (.. .L.ui. Jimot, viol.ales I Plun..bahTh..Jt ...tjr''>:;J.7P. .'

6 from Frank Baumann with two Phils Defeat Colts : : S v sd.1INdN vtroon.oroarvo : J J "i?
out In the last of the ninth : 1 t Lynch.l 444Philllpt
Boston Nips CubsIn I 05,0.-... *
Harry Height's double a sacrifice rali.p t d-P.tlitronl I : Seem.t.et
4 CLEARWATER (AP) I 411 Bark. 0 0
fly by Elvlo Jimenez and 14th I o.rf F o .p
I an error brought In the three The Philadelphia Phillies scored InningMESA I::'r.:H i 4 I I ** ot John.ton.rf rooll.rf 1 t *IWoa4.lk.tk i

eight runs off sore-armed Dick ..... .... I
other Yankee runs In the Inning. Ariz. IC S 2
(AP-Winnlng ....__
Farrell with McKul.ffo.H 4 S a au III
two In
Al Downing the Yanks' youth. out the second pitcher Arnie Earley singled Pro h.no 1 1 I Aa.nc a
,
e..ew., I I
I i fur southpaw star, and reliever Inning Saturday to defeat across 'one of two runs the Boston Adam... 0 0 4 oet.Y.ab 401 kAn11
the Houston Colts 9-6 In an exhibition ..Ca."." 1 * o-Mc'oritnt. ,* I I 1
Hal Reniff were roughed up by : Red Sox scored in the 14th G'....".. I Ioi 1
rt,1-- the White Sox. They got seven baseball game. I Inning Saturday to defeat the -I .v....M _lit
hits seven walks and five runs Dennis Bennett got credit for Chicago Cubs 9-7. 1.1.). 17 S 'T.I.I. 4114Phod 10
1r the ) ..ute.. Ad... In 0th.
off Downing in five Innings and victory although he was Paul Toth the last of four I-Or.un4N .ut for Gibbon In .th.
..
chawed In the fourth 5.Me5 /Y.. In Tth.
I Inning
sTtiI tagged Reniff for three runs. In Chicago pitchers, took the los, Qroundod out for nutty In TM'
when the Colts rallied for four : o Oroundod out for ton In Ith
the ninth. as his own throwing error and
''Tla'1' . .
runs ojt ew t* 1
shortstop Andre PIP.ATtf . . .
Rookie right-hander Fritz Rodgers fumble Ill 101 tin
The Phillies' extended their 1 ,..... MeAullffo m., .. "...
,
Ackley gave up a homer to I set the stage for Earley'g I v.....", a..... fO-A-Tioort, I.-U ,
I 1) Clete Boyer In the fourth then'and winning unveiled streak infielder to three straigh'Cookie deciding hit-a line shot off the! LOB Pir to-.pare, tl.lt., tl DP Pirctoo-MAulifM, 0..2:to-L Woo.nOoUy III som.
i 7 blanked the Yanks until right field fence. OUrj.ll, Jelin.
S ? they Rojas as a catcher for in ton.. ..v,....", S-a.q.w. ._.
t7 r ,a t routed him In the ninth. one Both teams scored twice i In Alloy.Alloy... ..
Hill lynch 4 Clondonon'
HICAOO New.routeor VOIIK, A..,....10 141* ,10.*..oot......*"" a O I The Phillies got only seven deadlock In regulation time 5e.. :v,."Thomot' Domotor, WeN ::
: and C.rroon. OiMnlno, H.milton hits, all In the first two innings IP M PJtP.ll
.lr The Cubs also
matched
aNl11)and, Howard. W-Romfr. John Herrnsteln Boston Olkbon. (w) ., 1 i
l; r : ..um.Homo""runt. Now York, ....... second Inning with highlighted the run in the 11th when Rodgersled ::::-.1 o o o i .
a booming J S i 3
J !
off with a homer off Jack : ::
two-run homer over the ;:r. right : J ;
Lamabe, fourth of five Boston : z. I I a .

Twins Beat A's field The, fence.Colts' pitchers i::&:: . : : : .: ? .a i I : iWP
line-up featured The lasted four hours -Ao-.m., C,.,.. 0 J.ek.w.k...,
game ...., .
players from their Oklahoma KikJ.r tine..rM T-.1U.- r4
,
ORLANDO (AP) Rookie .oiton 000 102 ooo lit *s-f is i 1140. ... j
farm
club. --
outfielder Tony Oliva smashed City They collected Glees (M) Ml MM III lit 00-T 14 IConnolly
three doubles and Harmon Kille- nine hits, with Ivan Murrell belting )s. Inelne.l NOW THEY'RI fOIS-Frank Lry end Jim Bunntnfhewn ere
Chorlon (T), Wood (11
W. brew drove In a trio of runs to a homer and a single.NOUITON I Lam.bo (11, Barly (U) and ' Faulk LeadsSt. for who thty were both mtmbtri of the Dttroi TI.*...

pace the Minnesota Twins toa ,PN/LAD/LPN/A,. .. *ace 0* 41 coo* 010 000-4 t r *1rroll. TN.5u1-1111 h i and.shut 5..(a.).,. I'::", ( ( This fftrnoon, Lary, let) ,, will oppose Bunnlnf whn the Tigers aid. I

L 7-4 baseball victory over Kan- 1.nd O'Oto. Hoornor D. onnotl.U), Khppttotn Plymond (41(T) Toro Homo ,.._....,, Clinton) ,T.llm.n'l' Phlli ploy *t Henley, Field, Bunnini w.i ihlpptd to Phlladlphi"
Saturday.It WIM tl. l.ldKhun (tl and OalrymoloM 1 c"...Oi ,-.. Pete OpenST last f.lIl.. deal thtt Don Ctmtttr the ....
las City 5./ ill), Tn.n_ (5) W-0. ..""... I a brought t. TI.

was Minnesota's 8th victoryIn r.rroll.Homo runt H....'", ...,..11.
-
its last nine exhibition games P5lad&Ph' "., Nm"....". .j
e 'j iIPTYoONI OVER TWENTY-FOUR-l.mmn': San Snd and pushed the Twins over ..500for I SENATORS WIN PETERSBURG W Records Tumble

(twit ell n Jack Nlckbvi. fl.i ..,.. the storecard *t the .nd .f Fri. the first time this spring at -Mary Lena Faulk pulled four
Cards Rout MetsST. WEST PALM BEACH (AP-
of the field S.tur.day
strokes ahtftd
<< -
.,'a _.nd n* 4 *f the Gnats G.**.. *.. Op*. Th. St.,..,. 109. I Warren Spahn, who will be 43
and herself in
4.. .U Sn..d tat Hi. .... t* HIc........ I* ,...t.....,'. ......4. SUM, 31, Oliva'i doubles produced two PETERSBURG WI on April 23, became the first put position to win a comanding the- I

y'' .l.mi,*d ftr .ltdini., two round whll NlcU.... spared to ttk* twins runs and Killebrew plated The St. Louis Cardinals Milwaukee pitcher to go nine $10,000 St. Petersburg Women's
':
t \ tM laid with I '7. UP Wlrphte> three more with a .bases-loaded romped to a 10-1 exhibition victory -Innings this spring, but two Open Golf Tournament. In Texas RelaysAUSTIN

single and groundout. over the New York Mets unearned runs gave the Washington I She fired a one-under-par 70

Minnesotawiped out a 1-0 athletic Saturday behind the strong Senators a 3-2 exhibition I the day's best score and

Jack Palmer Vie lead with three tallies Inthe pitching of left-hander Curt Simmons victory over the Braves Satur jumped from third place with atotal Tex. (AP-Fifteen relay team with Lingle bring.

third Inning two of them onHebrew's day night. of 213.Secondround. I records fell and one was tied as ing it in with his great mile

( single. Simmons allowed only five Spahn allowed six hits and leader Betsy Missouri speared by the mighty let a record of 9:45.2.:

mf'In Ed Charles was the A's batting singles and a walk in six In truck out eight while walking awls, who won in 1958, fell off Robin Llngle who ran a 1:48.1: Sooners Win Two

star with a home run and nings. only one. In the third inning, to a 71 for a three-round total' If-mile and a 4:02.4: mile,

[ Masters Golf two doubles. George Alusik also The Cards peppered Al Jackson however the Senators bunched of 219 and a tie with Kathy Cor- dominated the Texas Relays Oklahoma also won two relays

homered for Kansas City off liberally clipping the Mets' three of their hits with an error elius, who shot a 71. with two records Saturday. and Grambllng took two in the

: wins starter Dick Stigman.Jim star southpaw for nine hits and by Eddie Mathews for two runs Miss Faulk. who holds the The Missouri two-mile relay college division hanging up a
GRIMSLEYAepoclated Latrobe Perry pitched one-hit ball six runs In five Charlie Chuck Hinton drove in both tallies with his record of 1:23.3: in the 880.
.J, Bf WILL Pa., professional, the innings course record of 275, carded] team Lingle doing
[ Press Sports Writer game's all-time leading for three Innings for the Twins.MAf James three-run homer in the with a bases-loaded single three birdies and two bogeys I I I:48.1: on the anchor, set a rec.ord The Grambling Tigers from
money CITY Ml III 000-4 t IINNHOTA third was St. Louis' big blow. Washington scored its decisive around the 8,237-yard Sunset of 7:22.7.: Louisiana! missed on their efforts -
AUGUSTA Ga. (AP)-Jack winner consistently plays the M 001 *12 00 stdIll.1. run in the sixth when Hinton I to set a world mark In the
K,.._. Odonoohuo O Rookie Joeff Long had threeof course, which is par-71. She wonthe The[ distance ,
Tiger medley
Augusta course well finishing .._ ., .... ...
klaus the big Golden Bear, never . .m." Porrv . .c. the Cards' 15 hits while Jim walked, advanced on an Infield tournament In 1957. 440-yard relay. They did 40.8-
L.11.-
ol.om.n.
4 Arnold Palmer, the Charge worse than ninth In the Ho.mo run*-Hn>.. City, C"._ Hickman went 3-for-3 for the hit, stole third and came Clifford Ann Creed fourth six-tenths of a second over the

(renew their battle for No. 1Id last six years. Al uek. Mets, who collected seven hits across on a sacrifice fly. with 220. The veteran Patty Water MocsSwampJU record.It .
NIONT east
golf honors as co-favor- all told. W..NINOTON DOl 10' 100.1 5 4 Berg, a former winner also happened Friday but one of

here next weekend In the Dinner Honors Reds Edge Dodgers Despite Hickman's ..uccesl.Man.er 'LWAUKU, N .:.),.' 100)1)000 and 155-a L.e..rllSNN..d 1 1Hanan blew up to 77 for 221 and a tiewith the top marks of the relays wasa
;:
i Masters Tournament In. uN..r (N. WH.m.n -
I I Casey Stengel lifted I -Hh.. Sandra Haynie. 62 feet ll'/i Inches shot put

hese two par-shattering slugi Lakeland CagersDan TAMPA (AP) After . -- I )y Randy Matson, Texas A&M
----
i head an elite field of t9p blowing a five-run lead the Cincinnati V freshman who wiped out all the

U. S. pros, 15 U.S. ama Sherman Hank BoldIng Reds managed to fill the records for this event except an

j and 28 foreigners-expect. Paul Jackson and Joe bases In the ninth inning Saturday -rt a open shot put won by Bill Nie-

[to tee up Thursday in the Shelnut were recipients IIr and edged the Los Angeles JACKSONVILLE der of Kansas four years ago

r-day, 72-hole test over the trophies last slight at the annual Dodgers 7-6, as Pete Rose singled smooth water prevailing on theone when he threw the 16-pound ball
but Lakeland Senior the and 1/16 mile St. Johns 65 feet 7 inches.
In
utlful exacting Augusta High winning run. t v',155. o ,
onal course. School: basketball dinner in Both teams got most of their t i River course the Florida South.ern Kansas racked up a record in

la the year's first major the school's cafeteria. markers on home runs and the their College fifth Water Mocs sped to the four-mile relay when it did
straight crew victory
jnpionship a reawakenmge Sherman received the Elks Reds started It in the fourth here the Jacksonville 16:57.0: as John Donner ran the
yesterday over
golf season after the drabr Lodge most valuable player when Veda Pinson and Gordy University Dolphins. mile in 4:11.0: to open up a 40-

lull staged in a carnival trophy presented by Doc Coleman homered off Johnny yard lead on the second leg.

phere which brings des Copeland, and the radio station odres. Coleman's homer was The Water Mocs opened Missouri was voted the outstanding .

swarming into this WLAK player of the year good for three points and Pine with a 41 stroke beat droppedto team and Lingle the
and closed 32
33 to
then at
jrgia city by the thousands. award, presented by Ed on's for two. outstanding athlete by sportswriters
the In I minutes
cover course
er tournament attracts as i Cain. Holding received the Bob Purkey. making a comeback covering the big track
for the Reds looked and 35 seconds, a full 19 sec-
spirit award from Lakeland try and field carnival.
Booster Club president Joe good until the fifth inning. Only p ends ahead of the Dolphins.
jaus, the bull-strong pow Jacksonville opened with 43, Five Records
Ohio Shelnut. The most Improved one of the first 16 men he faced
from Columbus, ,
35 and to 36
to spurted
donated hit safely but then he tired In dropped There five records In
j at 24 already has won ev- player trophy by I II sd In covering the distance In ..ixminutes were the
major American crown isng I the lnter-Act Club and presented : the sixth. ind 54 seconds university class Billy Hardin of

to become the first player by Tommy Talcott, I II With two men on, Jim Gilliam c 4ua The Water Mac junior varsity Louisiana State ran the 440-yard
as Mastepion I went lo Jackson. Shelnut ,connected for a homer and Willie s hurdles in 50.8 and Geoff Walker
to repeat chalked Its third victory
crew -
nson of the LBC president, was Davis followed with a solo. rY up of Houston did the three-mile
in five the
covering
ough there have been I voted the sportsmanship The Dodgers went ahead in the distance In starts 6 minutes and 55 in 13:59.3: for the Individual

pie winners-Palmer, Sa I presented by John eighth when they scored twice seconds to seven minutes and marks

sa and Jimmy mCriswell, past president ofI off rookie Ted Davidson on Tom- 14 seconds for the losers. The college division producedtwo

i each-no mal has bee the Booster's Club. my Davis homer two singles The Water Mocs return home I records-Grambling'. 880-(

> put titles back-to-back More than US persons attended and a double by rookie Johnny Saturday for a race with Tampa :yard relay and 9:57.8: In the dis-

ner's three triumphs came, the dinner sponsored Werhas. University on Lake Hollings-I lance medley by Emporla, Kan.
its ... ......_ ,
tied the In -
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I even-numbered years by the Lakeland Booster Cincinnati score worth. The race will begin at''State.
P60 and 1962-and his bid Club. Cain, of radio station half of the Inning with back-to- DOMERS' HOWARD RECEIVES WARM GRIITINC.. An.tlti' Do....,' frank Howtrrf I It I p m. The junior college-freshman

M1 extra support from that e WLAK was master of sera back doubles by Art Shamskyand Snt't4 *r horn plot with this tel by Cincinnati Rt < cttcktr John Edwards In eighth Innlnf .f yttttf- FSC is coached by Bill Danlets 1 class had two records-Matson's

|| this year follows a nat monies. There was no guest Steve Boros. The Reds days *...>. U Tampa. Howard trio11. wake. the |anrity from tint P*.* hr John Wtrdot kit fof Jim Tyler is the Dolphin I long shot put and the 440-yard

a quence. The 34-year-oW speaker. clinched it In the ninth on Leo th,.. "..*. Dodge Third >*i* cootk Pit R.iir, left, |*s.t *t the ,1.,. (AP Wictphoto) coach. relay in 41.8 by Baylor



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>-PLAKELAND LEDGER Sunday. April 5,11100.- Star




I d: NORTHERN DANCER CAPTURES FLORIDA DERBY Foi c, n





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: t i Lorenzen Wins 6-Lap 't 'II Favorite Wins

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J I r Race Of Champions . By- A Length the

l' .
J ATLANTA (AP-Fred Loren mph. "She handled just like a By GENE PLOWDEN Fractional times for the ran shot
zen tuned his 1964 fastback Ford Associated Press Sports Writer were :23 2-5, :47 3-5. 1:12 1-j then
kiddy he said. '
car
for Sunday'i fifth annual Atlanta lItfj: MIAMI (AP) Northern and 1:00: 34 for the mile.

500 stock car race by winning Positions 21 through 42 were ;. .: "', .... : ,.'..,..,/.. . .' Dancer, a compact little Canadian The Florida Derby record U
decided Saturday with Jim . : ':--i.o''' ( ; 'ir..: " and 4-4 set by Duke thor
I 1:46 ,
Ar the six-lap Race of Champions ';' .. \. colt sped to a one-length) : In
Saturday. Hurtubise of North Twawanda, triumph In the $116.500 Florida 1957. This also Is the Gulfstream la)

Lorenzen of Elmhurst 111.\ I NY., setting a 143.502 mph '. Derby Saturday and stamped Park track record for lYa mile G1v.

sits In the pole position with a pace in a 1964 Plymouth. A con- ",. .f himself as one of the best 3- "I thought the race was run I fng
record qualifying speed of 146. solation race decided the last 14 year-olds In the land. in rather slow time but I dido t T
470 miles per hour. He Is aiming places. Northern Dancer I to 5 favor- think the second horse was get. the a

for his third straight Atlanta 500 Lee Roy Yarbrough of Jacksonville r\\ .; : : > \, ite with the crowd of 30,212 Horatio tutu, the handsome" Ar samecarer
:
victory and a purse of 15500. Fla, piloted a 1964 ". took the lead turning Into the ting to Northern Dancer, laid
Forty.two of the most power Plymouth around the l'/S mile ,,, ", '. " ,,'C. \ stretch and Jockey Willie Shoe Horatio Luro, the handsome Argentine (Bud
; maker looked back a few yards who trained the E, P
ful stock cars ever to race are asphalt course at 140.089 m.p.h. :: this t
entered. The qualifying rounds to lead this race. iZ'y ': ;. from the finish to make sure he Taylor speedster. that 1 I
;
broke all records as all cars: in Tiny Lund of Cross, S.C., who .,if. .: ,. .. ? \I1:,'. \>r '. 't. "."_f"-p-.: ,._..>., .:.' ;', had his third Florida Derby. I Little Concerned 'ton Sbot
; \ finished a
the top 20 surpassed last year's made the switch from Ford to| .'". .,..., >: : .;'..'/\,: ".>'"". ,"., ;/ .,.,.<. ,\(.',;:!! ;":,: ..I'f"'I'.: "' l" \::',,","' .'";' ::'.'."- .1: The second Scoundrel and Dandy K.! "''I was a little concerned about
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top qualifying speed of 141435 \!;; " strong


winners mph After out-running Lorenzen said the he previous made at Plymouth Miami 143312 driver,became m.p.h.followed to qualify the Bobby first Hurtubise, hitting Johnsof Pontiac fa ,,;; '"i1:. ; ;2"R;:;:'k: :.. ;:: :'., ..,: .. : ......"..... by this was Roman feature.third In Brother They the 13th were Greek edition followed EpI-of the added.a work slow"I a half wanted few but days my he got ago horse,away" tie togo ,pilot'55 ;,

to turn five first
: . from the boy fur
'. > .Wv : ; \ : ) ifl'r' '. ; : Pioneer Ishkoodah
one lap at better than 1465 141.065 for No. 23. r J"l ; : ; ; ; ;t # r \f\I".t\I\ : \\ sode Ky.
.-_ ___ u . :. ' " : '. "l:l'W: \: : : ; ;. .fX? and Saltville. longs in :58 and change (tree T
:- '. : ): ; ; : ;': : l ; : ,. : ,;,, I
tlons). We will ship from hereto
the
S. Northern Dancer ran the l'/r, ycongt
,
f.r .. t. d mile In a slow 1.50: 4-5 and paid Keeneland and of course hn

IS THE TIME 12.60, $%40 and 220. The Scoundrel next major" goal is the- Kentucky part

: ,;. ... "_ ,, .,... ,.. ''''_ " ,,,,, ,w,, ., .,<,,,, ...., .", _.'_ '. paid $4.00 and $2.20. while Derby.Luro won the Kentucky Derby short
RIGHT Dandy K. was $220 to thaw 1who
TO LET US Northern Dancer foaled atE with El Peco Ranch's DecidedlyIn I Iawr
OSTRICH WINS SPECIAL IVINT RACI-Mfttl*, a feur.14 Park R.b..t L. S rMiv riling; UtyttM, e T-y'*f-U' Gwen., P. Taylor's Wlndfields Farm 1952. El Peco Ranch now has

NO Vi I ,**.-. raclitf, *..rlch, ri4J.y |.ck.* ._!Ie ttntt* .mM flnhli. .* Mead, *t right. Thif! Place went t. 5m, LIt_, with near Toronto, was jnaking his the Derby favorite in Hill Rise,

INSTALLKool _ .tt4 a few rush 4vrift| rite furl'*** *.*nt fcul In. ti. M44I *., lr*.urj .... (lA' Wi.......' 13th start and scoring his 10th but chose not to face Northern other snu'

.t Hi* finhh. w.. Hi. S,.. -- -- f
He has never been out of) the although he was nominated.
King QC 1 LAKE WALES BOYS SECOND LLAMA SECONDMyrtle I money The speedy son of Near- Rex Ellsworth owner of Th 1

tic out of Natalma by Native I Scoundrel, picked up $20,000 for workIngto
Dancer, earned $76,500 for his his horse's second: place finish
Lakeland Girls Wins Race
1 Capture Florida Derby victory and now Third money was $10,000, with Yank

rA1R'CONDITIONINIt'ij" has earned $261,365 In his brief $7,000 to fourth and $3,000 to the )i

i Group 4 Prep Net Title --;fifth. the flag f


j" 33'/3 % MORE COOLING Then Lays An Egg career.MOCS COP PAIR mans Serle

TAMPA Polk County high In boys' doubles finals, Blev- - penn

school tennis players walked off Ins and John Merchant of Lake I MIAMI (AP-An ostrich outran One-half hour after the race,

J Serviced with their shire of the honors Wales trimmed Harry Speight a camel, a llama, and two back in the trailer In which she FROM STETSON ,
orInstalled a . Friday at the Davis Islands and Ted Saxton cf) Plant 6-5, horses Saturday and capturedthe travels Myrtle did lay an egg. ia.3''

courts In the Group 4 tourna- $2. Noah's Ark Cup In the Gulf- Sara a 12-year-old llama fin quit

NEW ment Lakeland dominated the! stream Park Florida Derby fes ished second two lengths behind DELAND Florida Southern drove in three runs Bob Lee

Lakeland Senior High School girls' action by winning all Myrtle. Rivers had predictedSam College opened its Florida Intercollegiate had three singles and Ron Tarr

l took the girls' title while Lake the finals rounds/ Ann Beer tival.Winner Myrtle ran the furlongIn and Ulysses, a guanacoor -, Conference baseball James and Joel Ledlow each who
0 Generators I Wales finished second and Lake- man, Irma Plnkley Shannon 1.074-5 and probably would camel without a hump-: season with a pair of vi- drove In two runs for the Moos days

land came in third in the boys' Logan, Suzanne Wright and have gone faster if Jockey Ben. would sit down in the middle of, tortes over the Stetson Hatters Ron Murphy hurled the route awfu
Starters competition. Clara Zellner captured singles ney Sorenson had not fallen off the track. here last night. and fanned four and walkedone.

Lakeland's girls piled up matches while Beerman-Plnk- five times. ; "They usually do" he sak I The Mocs won the opener 11-0 He aided his own cause 1that

9 Carburetors .a nine points compared to five ley and Logan-Wright teamedup Sorenson was clinging to Myr- Chief Plaudit and Steptoe both on a 3-hitter by Ron Murphy.In with a pair of singles and drove

x for Lake Wales. Frostproof to win la the doubles dlvlslon. tle's neck with arms and legs Appaloosas horses were ski the nightcap, Cecil Hock in, one of the FSC tallies ,

Ignitions entered but was enable to at the finish."I tish. Otherwise they would have hurled FSC to an 11-1 victory Southern will play Jackson
pick up poInts The winner and runnerup fared better" Riven said fanning eight and walking only vllle University In Lakeland on $"butLumi

9 Speedometers Tampa Plant spoiled LakeWales' teams in each category will thought Myrtle was goingto I "Steptoe scared to death of Friday and Saturday
,represent Group 4 in the state lay an egg she was so excited Myrtle." one.Hock aided his own cause .4PIMT OAMIIno .
e-a. M
hopes of winning the 15. in
s Windshield 1J-13. Lakeland's high school! tennis tournament said trainer Jonny Rivers Rivers said two other ostrich with two hits and drove In two g.TSOil'.. .... . NI.N.a, IMurxir have
boys' crown. and wltoiii Tans eirvtcrO
Mo. "She has
of
totaled I scheduled at the University of Camdenton es were supposed to be In the rune Buster Hardy had a triple ) M... erjjj. a be
Dreadnaughts eightpoints ,. .
Wipers followed by Chamberlainwith Florida courts at Gainesville, not laid any all year and she race but got claustrophobia on and a single and drove in four ", irr.IMi-1 AMItstltdos. 1 1N.M
a April 18-18. was on the verge especially the trip southward and were left while Ken Huebner tallied ,. :., .JJ owl
five, and Plant City four runs end .Ilya M. }
when we put her in the starting at a Ala. ranchto ,(." ..._ (a ..... spa-,.
Montgomery
Robinson, Winter Haven and gate for the first time. If she two runs on a triple. pY

HUlsborough did not score Ai HJI tad squatted we would have recuperate.The Noah's.Ark Race was one, 14-hit Ken attack Huebner in the paced opener the witha Mac CANADIENSNIP 7S
Lake Wales' Larry Updike defeated had it." e.
It} BENNIE WHITTEN'S Tampa Plant's Barry of a score of attractions staged triple and three singles and
v''t in conjunction with the Florida LEAFS
Greene, (-3. 7-5. to capture a Reds Sell Flavin Derby Some 31,000 fto w
match. AI Blevins person College Baseball [ his )
It boys single '
[/ Auto, Parts. & Service and Wayne Tenniman both of Outright To Minors mingled under the palms to' .esulfa MONTREAL (AP) Little c
fashions shows and
watch water sAru.eara
410 S. Florida Ave Phone 682-3115 Lake Wales, and Lakeland's 1 m. a_I.w Mw Bobby Rousseau turned a pen
f TAMPA. Fla. III Pitcher ski performances and listen to rieniDA OUTHINN ti-ii. aWis M alty-killing assignment into the
Gray King all lost In boys' singles .... .
k John Flavin whom the Cincinnati -two orchestras C.uuNeia (Pat it WM* VlrdHU (.. decisive Saturday night as
t. _____________ _ finals matches __ _.._ Mud, .rwna.l, goal
:.. ........ r
i Reds signed as a $65.000 V.. St c ,._(... ....nINA0"M.a .... NINA the Montreal Canadiens beat
bonus player in 1960, was sold ...... ..t..v.> *. w...". P-c. .. Toronto 4-2 and went a game servswan'
outright Friday to Salt Lake Kirtley Wins ...* ,,"I.l I. O.-'I.aww 5 .. up 3-2 In their Stanley Cup semifinal .
orja summer of comfort City of the Pacific Coast League db:: *':..vsrtoir playoff aeries four,
\ ,,_...N 1........_.. 1.. t1u'* u.tV
the club announced. ... ..,. Rousseau took a pass from 'to e..
,....... N. ,. ... Sr.-t.lyii C.M.
-s-, Slalom TitleCYPRESS {
No rookie Jim Roberts and
I/I U purchase price was an beat hasYwins
PM' .. C..I ..."-*,, a.U. ,
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nounced. Toronto Bower
.. goalie Johnny
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/ it. TAGGED CATCH C. ". Flavin a lefthander never GARDENS (AP) ...<.W4..s.y .S.......a..Ml.re... 1N. .. with 25 seconds: left in the second the
play .rl41" .... up a ....4 ... made it as a regular with Cininnati Jsnelle Kirtley, a 20-year-old .**n.. Toll..... P-. .. a.cc.v period. The Canadiens were don

.. .*!* while Ihhlaf l CIte and was a big disap\ nursing student from Birmingham .... ..T-4-...!...........St.T I.e shorthanded, the result of) a the

lilt, went .f 0.. City. Mefuk4 pointment. He was with San Diego Ala., won the women's Water ,.i.wwn.. ._ ttSKA r. leN..eN minor penalty to Dave Baton 'I ave

. last year and won eight and skiing slalom event yesterday leI.I". M.......... ..... ,. when the swift right wing Jolted to I
MI .f Stili', Bait tat 10 His earned ... .._.. 5. the Leafs and 'j
ma run averagewas in the 18th Annual Dixie '" 1..... .S .,. snapped a 2-2 tIe.
m H. ... Th. bh WII vrth $25. 4.99. Championships. nNMa N.AIN.a.I.dreny I a/. -Z..i.er r .4 _.., The inspired Canadiens playIng wasathi

Miss Kirtley former national M / without Jean Beliveau and ,
cool't .. :;:. = .,- ..i
Ia.Lndwrea Gilles
champion, rounded 34 buoys w Tremblay two of theteam's
U M.MLew1Mry ._ ,. tent
4 A"' leading scorers, blankedthe
compared to 33 for Dicksle Ann
Hoyt IS, of Fairhaven, N.J. ::::..::,...t T.r'. :::.: :.-... s, Leafs over the last 20 min

Pat Darby 17-year-old Jacksonville .I T LYN..N... .a.. N.M... t utes and captured their third Endat
N.iIMY//. T..._ 7.
skier, finished third with ..._ I, e5... 1ae11IMM victory in five games. '
32 buoys. I ': 10..Pilrrsiau a lw..nNy 1... The sixth game of the best- Itv
f..NN C ...... 1.Al. of'seven set will be played ant'
Miss Darby collected 2,307points t.
Id ...". L'.
In the women's trick, N.a.taruwr .." T:'::'" "a'lrl Ieei...). Tuesday In Toronto. CLnal
Schivobilt'sSummer vent for first place, skinK) : i :Aw L pN Balon and rookie Claude La- .
through the 200-yard course la 21 t -, :: rose who replaced the Injured Mi

SuitSensation seconds N T..wM... Law.. NNr.. ...-...I.I.E Behveau In the Canadlens' line-

i' Women's national champion Yya .u5. I... up, scored second-period goals I RitFo
e AT' Barbara Cooper Clack, 20, of the hrd/7_ taitinlu._ a.w .-a. for Montreal. Claude Provosthit \ I
1&"to
Cypress Gardens ski team took Aw P an open net la the last minute -

.. second with 2,190 points and Mil Bubi Scholz Wins of the game to complete the Sh
Kirtley was third with 1,1184.1 scoring ,

In the senior men's division,' European Crown
i it for contestants 35 or older Vic, Mr. Moonlight Wins ctr

Galll. 37. of Orlando won the slalom DORTMUND Germany (AP) For
event with 41 buoys.Dr. I Custav (Bubl! ) Scholz of Germany .,Gotham StakesNEW \ ton

Harry Price, 38. of Chlca became the European ; tou
C finished second with 40 buoys. heavyweight champion Sat YORK (APJr-Mr. Moon- i }
,1+f Don Roberson. 38. of Lakeland, rday night when defending light lightly regarded in a field daj.j.J j.

was third with 35. i champion Giulkt RlnaUi of Italy of 10 3-year-olds pointing( for the ed
J
t in the ninth Kentucky Derby, got up In the .
& More competition was scheduled was disqualified .
Your best friend this summer will be your ', ,' final stride for B.I
Saturday
round for a narrow
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for Sunday in the men'sand punching.
SUNTAMER suit by SchwoblH . Thl
lightweightend
yrt Near the end of the decision over Traffic in the ,
women's division. eighth .
luxurious blend of
55% Dacron polyeiter/ rInd $58,300 Gotham net
round Rinaldl hit Scholz in the Stakes at Aqua
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45% wool wonted that keeps your s duct. I f'o
spirits up while it keeps your temperature r Sigel Captures area of the kidney with a strong Da
downl Discover this left punch.
wrinkle-reuttant s"illn ell **", 18
sizes. , in shades ranging from light to dark, t !ti College GolfTournamenf Schols went into a crouch and U. VhvmiiL! ..IU\_ 1 y(
including handsome new indKnhl his right leg teemed paralyxed ae.nl.p. C Lt \ C

.I'.Iteaher'tauearer ; t. However, _he finished the lastseconds -.1-....,A-7w.M-,.... a. (........ .... In
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t gel of Wake Forest overcame a,ninth round. Scholl came out ,i BID
limping heavily and the referee ",,,..,,,..
three-stroke deficit In the final C1..c..... ,. aasusm/ 01
round and defeated Paul Des- stopped the fight. :':=.:'..Ls...-.=AMN e.t?,.coo 40 -, a I at

3995 jardins on the second hole of a :L. Lw.w ... Nw Y... (' L H
priced at only sudden death playoff and won Chisox N.ree. ,.. 5Hl,, .. B
11-0
'il the Florida Intercollegiate Golf Romp, --..Y.5..... w IAJ. I.Leo c "_.._CA'CAI..ai TIM F
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Tournament Saturday. MIAMI (APChicago's Gary :::?.'t. .MiaE:iii 4.."'=.= R
Houston University ran away Peters and Eddie Fisher blank- C,..... A' "A" II. "_ A E
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OTHER SUITS 29.95 with the team title for the fourth ,ed Baltimore on four hits Saturday .Lw. ..,, urn

straight year with a total of I,; night and ex-Oriole Dave .I.A. Ca4aM... .. .Y\.../.fNM.n..-.. _N.MMt_L f
alp..iazsA
i 175 ,Nicholson slammed a 450-foot ..,...t. \ e

A dells"_ Ia........ Sigel. a 21-year-old Junior, was homer a double walked three LAAILAN5! ** Btt" IT "T :' I
/ i I still three holes behind Desjar times and scored four runs as Ira-.w. **" Slim Cud .' er*.... : 1ti

dins, leader since opening, day the White Sox romped to an 11-0 N. You 11I1' 1'..'_ .. K 4d.M' ti t t.
I -.o.
0.ftMy.- when they rounded the turn for Also. I .............. You .._i...... d..M5.N. l: yL

..... the last nine. But the defending featured among 1$ Chicago ...11..5.1 NL e...;..... al T___ !
lill 1 SICONO IN GROUp-nit l.n. f. e.MM1 tile WMhs. Nona Atlantic Coast Conference champion hits off Milt Pappas. Stu L...La... 5.> NV' May *. (., FMtr*.
.".e C1 OrMIl I/I.R MRM Hlell s..... ... pulled two strokes Miller and Dave Vineyard ....... ... S.j> ,rnl-
Drrlk to ... 4 ... Mal frM** .hi HM ahead were ,elt_ 'u.. ... .

0-... 4 hifh ...... .-If ........... It Wistw H..s'Lake I a.,_ with the final hole to go while ,Charley a four-bagger Smith and single by .sire... ,......OM.. 0 It*,T.V....S1-. s5L!* .......
Jae par canes Thy are, lft to NfA/. TM* pica, J... Break. D.. De*|/ard1ns' game blew up. a single and two
3wM.4 Swat NT"CHARGE . However the run triple by Tom M a .
*I* one Tim WII.,. T...." K... won HM CfMi 4 TW pressure got to ...
m"On ISlgel on the final hole 1 double by Ron Hanaen and three ...O.T. YS. "*" *, cln AT ...MM..M.t. I
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shot a double bogey seven for w 11N1awna as Lei III.
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Slants. on Sports -r--- 1 'Pastrano r S LAKELAND LEDGER. Sunday, April $, 1M4 I-D


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By JACK SLAYTON .f'i' o ORLEANS (AP)-Ltgh WASHINGTON (AP) Talks,Sonny Llston as the world heavy office of boxing commissionerbe -
Ledger Sports Editor '; : heavyweight champion Willie I now under way between the weight champion. created as an independent

The players hunched over the bench watching t. \ Pastrano put In an hour of gym Justice Department and investltating The subcommittee headed by agency. But that they fear this
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the game in progress. They glanced over their '. ...( ":'. ,, :;: work Saturday but passed up senators may have an Sen. Philip A. Hart D Mich., would add to the difficulties of
ICtII shoulders at the old man sitting on a bench behind any sparring as he continued I to important bearing on the fate of promptly revived the bill, and getting the bill through Congress
I 14 them, also engrossed in the action on the diamond."Who's with tune up. for Friday's title bout a bill for federal regulation of conducted a round of hearings. because it would invite

the old geezer?" alt. Argentina' Gregorio Per- professional boxing. The testimony exposed secret criticism it would create a new

"I dunno. Must be some fan or some guy with I. Peralta, who arrived from While the principle of federal money deals linking the campsof bureaucracy.Hart .
iD those regulation has wide support, the Clay and Llston. I
fellows from Washington. Probably never New York Friday, boxed three and Justice Department
1111Ie. played a game of baseball in his life. C'mon Joe! rounds $in the same gym after measure Is a sort of orphan I Deputy Atty. Gen. Nicholas spokesmen said more talks between

Give it a ride," their interest returned to the play- A LOT or SHILLCRACKIRS... Left, left, .i A"H'.I. Pastrano finished his workout. now. The trouble is that the Katzenbach. confirmed in an interview them are planned within
un Ing field. sad. C. R. Masts *f Pel.t.l ,rv4lr smile beside the tttlitf tf iktll.craclttn The South American puncher Justice Department and various that he has told Hart the next two weeks

a'(. The old man sat enjoying the warm sun, watching closely isagis In Lake J..li..nn. out .l LltIl4,', FltMitf C.mm. was pronounced "coming along other agencies the are all reluctantto that Justice only as a last resort wouldthe
t.r. the actions of the players. He greeted the reporter with the fine," by Charlie Johnson his chore accept. proposed policing jurisdiction Department accept
\ same courtesy so prevalent during his long major league American manager. over any regulatory

r.Id career both as a player and manager. Stanley Raymond Rochelle Rolls To Victory Trainer Lou Crocs, handling The pending bill, introduced agency.Katzenbach said the PRACTICEMAKES
last depart-
the late
year by Sen. Estes
Pastrano has boxed 101
round
Irp (Bucky) Harris had returned to Lakeland to watch baseballthis ment, as a law enforcement
Kefauver, would create the
time it the York club of the Class AA Eastern bout, said the New Orleans na postof THE
was League
should
agency out of the
In live would box national boxing commissioner stay
that he York farm club of the I Four-Way Track Meet "two or three
was observing. is a Washington regulatory field.
rounds Sunday And of course, as an arm of the Justice Department SCORE LOOK
Senators and Harris has connections with the club. he'll run about three miles I In and would give the Atty. Gen. Robert F. Kennedy
UI "My the city has grown" he declared "It must be The Rochelle Panthers scored I Rochellij's Earnestine Mar the morning" commissioner broad authority. disclosed he said much the BETTER-

IeIe about 10,000 now." Harris managed the Detroit Tigers In 110 points to capture a four-. shall wu named the most valuable Pastrano has boxed 101 roundin Seemingly Dead same thing to Kefauver within TRY SOME!
SS and '51 before finally hanging up his spikes. He also way Negro high school track; girl and Ed Wright of the preparation for the fight, a week before the senator's
I) piloted the Tigers from 1129 to 1MJ leaving the club the and field meet Friday afternoon I Deaf and Blind School was the his first defense of the title he The measure lay dormant, death from a heart attack last
r. first year the Tigers came to Lakeland ('14). at the L. L. (Nurmi) Nelson I most valuable boy. won last June 1 from Harold and seemingly dead, for months August. OPEN
c. The Harris story Is Just another one that should make asphalt oval at Lakeland Senor .. Rochelle's Bob Smith was the Johnson. in the Senate antitrust and monopoly Reluctance IndicatedA 8:30 A.M.-11:00 P.M.

"f 8 the young athlete riding atop the wave and seemingly the High School. only double winner, taking first Peralta has put in more than subcommittee! until the number of legislatorson RENTAL CLUBS
conqueror of all he surveys realize his .fame I is, for the most Finishing! behind Coach Ulysses -place in the shot put and discus. -50 rounds with sparring mates controversial Feb. 25 bout In Capitol Hill have expressed
ISi Johnson's Panthers, in order .. Promoter which Casslus Clay dethroned similar misgivings privately
Bennie
of the word Gelgerman
part ephemeral (the sound just conjures up a .
short-lived bit of action). were the Deaf and Blind One of the highlights of the meanwhile announced that hewas about asking the Justice Depart. 1 1t@f04CENTER'
) High School of St. Augustine meet was the 94 time turned trying to line up a match ment to police boxing. (
:The ballplayers now probably haven't the slightest idea 46, Howard of Ocala 41, and In by Howard's Eugene Milton between the winner of the Pas The Commerce Departmentand
YI who Bucky Harris Is or was. To them he Is an old man witha Jewett of Winter Haven, 25. in the 100-yard dash.It trano Peralta championship] (i 15111 I I r.JI Federal Trade Commission

wrinkle-lined"face, quiet, soft spoken and probably just an- A girl's meet was scheduled was the first meet of the bout and Carl (Bobo) Olsen, the have been suggested as possible '
a other "old fan. but did not take place because season for Rochelle. former middleweight king who choices, but have Indicated their

1, ; Howard's girls were unable to ova KISUITSTinwT :now fights in the light heavyweight reluctance to tackle a job so for. 1740 New ;
'i Was The Boy Wonder Manager make the trip due to an outbreak 12."AtlO LOW _. Tampa Hwy.
.... MU.OLUI division. their
,_ eign to normal lines
of measles. d let. 11 Se', ,,. ....... (III. of 686-0613
However &7.'. I \
j'Yet, over 40 years ago Harris was the talk of the baseball Geigerman said advance sales work.
he Rochelle 100-YARD OAIH'niht '. ..
tr world. Barely 27 Harris was named manager of the Wash an Inter-school girls participatedn meet. This I,'..
ington Senators. And about 30 years before the play "Damn II the first season Rochelle MIM-.A, Kin, (0..1. W. SttIs (N). in Municipal Auditorium totaled N.Y., confirmed a report that Golf Professional
,..
I a. !' .u ClII. Tm.. 4.... "around $15,000 so far, but next subcommittee members have
Yankees", he piloted the Senators not only to a has fielded a girls track team. ais.ymD .
pennant over
.
.LAYII..II.
H........ I. Tspi,.., w. Wd,(0....Lat.....-Week Is when most of the tick- ..# discussed a suggestion that the, -
the hated New York Yankees, but to World Series Trophies were awarded for
.
a win over m'N' J5t5. (Homad. d'm.stIi. ,. ets will be sold." -I
4.3. He led the first time to winning teams. Time. :11.4..
the New York Giants, again the Senators to the
440-Vllo sassis.,.., (C.). t Geigerman has the fight
flag In '25 but bowed to the Pittsburgh Pirates in the World I The Fenton Brothers Trophy 11.1 Da"",* (east, *. (...., teas Tim. scaled for an $80,000 gate. The THERE IB SOMETHING NEW
Series. Harris was not through with pennant winners. He went to the Rochelle boys and ...."aIlO LOW HURBLII W. bout will be nationally-telecast
the Rochelle girls received the H.... (a). .. jaM,. Clio Iw",.
managed the New York Yankees In 1947 when they won the is). TIme. 11.7. starting at 10 p.m., EST over I'I
Coca Cola .
and the world title the Brooklyn Trophy.Haines ,siS-VCND'. .NUN.-...A., guns ea.t ABC with AND SMART ABOUT
pennant over Dodgers.And f -e < >. .... (N). Ti. a blackout within a
Jf during his major league career be played In 1.214 :H MIDltV' Mm* !TyIm. M... 150-mile radius of New Orleans
(;\ games and had a lifetime batting average of .274, Including Cify Nips a.:*,iI..s.(...hS, Hn .r.), ll.cK.ll.. Tim* PLATEAU

i a .JOO year In his rookie season. For an "old geezer" that's Kathleen. 4.3 N.am-vase Mm.a..sassWri.8. Om; (ii,I tm.1,5 OI, IS S.: SEMINOLES SLACKS

quite a record. J.M'La pt_.ILAY-II.II.". Q. C,......, (T.w. WM.._..,... TRIM DEACONS
f "Say that Jim Brown looked pretty good the other day," HANES CITY The Halnes N50d.MOT: Tim PUT. ->;17:: .c.1 <.>, |.
I I ;Harris opined, talking about the former Lakeland Tiger hurler City: High School Hornets came !r'f"hl'ii.TO ao..l "". '".".. TALLAHASSEE (APFlorl-
iwho pitched against one of the Senator farm teams several DIICU "tI. ,ml,,i (.), II. Puth da State University's first four
up with a run In the bottom oCthe ''*, OpIm* (D4i>> D'1". 114BOAo"jU
[days ago." He's got good motion, a good fast ball and he's ninth Inning here Friday ft.. ttk _. Milton (N), MI'. batten got basee hits and scored
I awfully smooth. He's going to make someone a good pitcher." night to edge the Kathleen Sen.ior l&-" 'Ni' '* MaO** ""' "*""*. M Saturday as FSU whipped Wake wcvo
X "How do you feel about the Tigers?" High Red Devils, 43. in a MIOM"| C. ...?;.., (s,. orest's baseball team 9-2.
3:,1 The writer rambled on for a few minutes about this and Southwest Florida Conference .W.,n.tan. tNt, Olliton lit. H"'fht. S Ik. The loss was the first of the

:;',that and finally stopped baseball game originally sched- season in eleven games for

"'jj "Certainly they have some problems," he pointed out, uled for seven frames. i Wake Forest. The victory built
"but I ILumpe. The Hornets scored the winning Yankees Trim FSU's record to 15-4. :
; I think they accomplished a,major task in getting Jerry ,
FSU pitcher Cliff Ranew who
He should help them at second base. run on a two-base error '
and an infield out. Five Off RosterFORT went all the way, Issued five hit LIMIT STRING-tuj Rtt.. I \
, ,i. "Their pitching Is the key to their success. They must Wake Forest hurler Frank ,,
, '. have several boys come through for them. I think it will be Doug Sawyer went the dis- Christie, one of four his team .t UktlcnJ holds sip tim limit .
lance for Coach Charlie Lyle'llRed LAUDERDALEAPThe
(a better club than last year." used in giving up 13 hits hit a c.feh .1 flit Uktn frnn SctttL .
Devils, allowing three hits I ( New York Yankees \\1
, Harris glanced at the roof of the "tower" at Tiger- solo homer in the the .
up one less than Kathleen collected -!sent down five players Saturday eighth kt. H. mud purple w."" for ,
?iwn. "It was nice seeing you. I'd better get up there with striking out seven and walk.ing cutting their roster to Just ame's only round-tripper. belt .*i fiihtd eat .l Stlnky'i
ly Washington people." He strolled to the stairs. one. The Red Devils stranded one above the limit they must LI.. Salt! H u.t.
The players looked at the small figure. "I guess he's with 11 on the bases. reach by opening, day, April 14. Wagonettes Win ,

it he,Washington club someway" one offered. Kathleen now is 3-5 overall Pitchers Roland Sheldon and I COCOA-The lakeland Ross Plant Fourth -
1 1j ,, "Must be one of those retired people who just come downto and 3-4 In the SWC. All the Jack Cullen were sent to Rich i Volkswagonettes .women's,.sot City
watch baseball. Probably never played. a league game in losses have been 'road games mond of the International I ball team chalked up a 13-7 Vic TAMPA-The Plant City High
i his life. C'mon Joe, hit the ball!" ., flames City Improved. its recordto League along''with catcher Jake I tory over Cocoaj:Electric here School Planters finished fourth 'T 'i ,
Sic transit gloria mundi. 2-3, both overall and SWC.A Gibbs. etterday afternoon ,, Friday afternoon in the ,Brandon ,
SWC. game scheduled last Roger Repoz a center fielder, Sandra VanLandmgham ledthe Relays at the East Bay
Short Sport Notes night between Kathleen and Au- was shipped to Columbus, Ga. winners with a single, double High School track. Tampa King
burndale was postponed due to of the Southern League and triple and home run. Tommy won the meet with 54''points
GLEN WMITTEN. former Lakelander and now in the ineffective lighting. The game Chet Trail Infield rookie, was Burns had a double and followed by East Bay. 53'/, .
) service, is competing in the National Amateur Athletic Union will be rescheduled for a later assigned to the Greensboro N.C. three singles for the Lakeland Turkey Creek, 51, Plant City.
1 swimming and diving championships. Whitten who took date. team of the Carolina League team. '
3'/J, Southeast, 28, Brandon
{fourth in diving in the '58 Olympics at Melbourne, is hoping Masses TMIIIX CITY.. ...... Ml 02 .II..* t-.a.I4t >4 S S Trail will be kept on the Yankee The Wagonettes and Cocoa 24, Jefferson, IS, Palmetto, j
this fall. . GARY PLAYER ._.. .n* ....n' ...._., Bn uis roster all year to protect him will play in Lakeland on Saturday ,
'.to earn a berth on the U.S. team (41 .rtntt.. 'h._ II). Gulf.- 4.' St. IJMI. 1.
Vardon Trophy even when he from the player draft. night.odgerUSC iiy-ild I
has a gripe. He can't win the Plant to take any
:.Wins' It."I'm not eligible" he moaned: "I'm not a resident of Tennis Mocs Play first place ribbons.

the United States. What's more the ironic thing is Harry Var. Stetson TuesdayFlorida ) Tilt Features -_ n..".t'l.e..,. .SMiMr -
don was an Englishman." It goes annually to the golfer with

lowest average score for the pro golf tour. Player had low Southern College'stennis WrestlingSAT. 'Sodsi Ie..s bids auieEm

in '61 and again in 'M but the trophy was presented team will be trying to White Horse Hootenanny .,.mWms',pOystw'is.

Arnold Palmer and Bill Casper. Player also Indicated he avenge an 8-1 setback suffered NITE 8:30 P.M. 5(5025( feds Ie 5cVWSICUSIMw
considering cutting his participation on the pro golf tour. in early season play to Stetson HAVEN WTCSSVchth.spMifhM5a,
Ithe L WAKE FOREST COLLEGE has signed its first Negro University, when they travel to LOS ANGELES (AP) -A big weeks ago to watch the Dodgers! WINTER
The Deacons signed Kenneth (Butch) Henry, a quar. 'DeLand Tuesday. white horse charging around do nothing more than catch al ARMORY

from Greensboro N. C. I Coach Jim Bush, who loses . an organized rooting section few flies, practice running the', DEATH MATCH
INDICATIONS POINT to next year's Sebring 12-Hours of but two men via graduationthis . a sing-along . a bases and take a few turns in
WINNER TAKES ALL
being even later than this year. Tentative May, is expected to name hootenanny . and the major the batting cage.
date for the 12-hour sports car classic is Saturday, March 27. the following lineup for the Stet- league Dodgers playing the national -I Dodger Manager Walter Alston -: LOSER LEAVES FLORIDA
Federation son match: Larry Hale Dave collegiate champion TroJans hasn't announced his start
the
final approval from governing
will depend on
It d'Automobile. . THE ORANGE BLOSSOM Watson, Roger Levine, Steve of Southern California. ing line up, but Bob Miller Tito
I I CLASSIC International featuring Florida A&M and an opponent to be Blake, Ralph Baker and Dick That's the program Thursday probably will get the pitching, !I'i CARREONCHALLENGED They make you look fresh and casually trim

named late next fall Is scheduled for Saturday, Dec. 5 I, at Crankshaw.The Mac netters are 2-8 for night at Dodger Stadium. such nod.And two ex-Trojans, first I through active sports and loungy relaxing!
Baseball
never see
Miami's Orange Bowl. _ _ _ _ _ _ the season and have only three an evening may baseman Ron Fairly and rookie Pedro GODOY All the quality\ comfort and smartness of the
dual matches remaining on the again. third baseman Johnny T. D..Hi Mitch Plateau suit Is built into them. Exclusive
I Richard.DeBaughiFortney.RuIo A's CUT SEVEN schedule before competition in Maybe as many as 25,000 will doubtless will take the werhal'l Wlniwr T." All "weightless feel" in the crisp wrinkle resistant
turn out maybe even more. ...
Lose M.
the season's finale-the Cape The white horse? Ad
Cop Admittedly such a crowd ... > Kodel and wool blend. Come try on a pair!
BRADENTON ui The Kansas -Coral Tourney, April 242526. eler, the Trojan warhorse who: lt SliCe t FU.

Shuffle Tourneys City Athletics sent seven would an exhibition.be quite a salute to such circles the track at Memorial 4 BIG Then team them with a handsome Plateau

Al Richard teamed up with pitchers to their minor league 'Hounds Win, 6-5 But It can be recalled that Coliseum games. before USC football I -MATCHES- Sport Coat for a truly active, sportsmanlikelook.
Jim BERNARD
Chester DeBaugh and Freda camp In Daytona Beach, Fla., AUBURNDALE Jerry Me- 25,000 fans flocked in severs Traveler will be prohibited Unique Shope.Holding! Balanced Tailor

Fortney Joined efforts with Clinton Friday, trimming the roster to Carty went the diatance here :from circling the bases Presumably .I ,ni tt Wrestle fII'SI ing* keeps the trim lines of your Sport Suit
Rule to capture shuffleboard 33 men. Friday afternoon in pitchingthe he will operate In the John HEATH
Senior League looking trim longer. New, lighter, brighter,
Auburndale Bloodhounds
and Fri High
tournaments Thursday I The seven are Gary Sanossln outfield. He couldn't tear up the Big-Tlm-
day at the Civic Center courts. Dave Thies, Dale Willis, Jose to a 65 Southwest Florida the- Meeting Slated 'turf much more than big Frank 'i WOODS bolder shades ond patterns.
Richard and DeBaugh defeat Conference victory over Howard docs roaring In to make :IJ'
ed Homer Hint and Virgil Santiago, Bob Colligan, Ron Hardee High Wildcats of Wau- Lakeland's Senior League, .a catch I : ,Tom M.'ch.4 BRADLEYDon Attinit Plateau Slacks 22.95

Baker, 94-46 in the finals of the Tiom plans and Bill Landis chula. a baseball program for boys I If all that Isn't unique, how --
Draw.Your.part- Club officials said assignments Jerry Kersey led the seven In the 15-17 age bracket will about this? The gate receipts I WhiHler :
Thursday night Plateau Coat 55.00NO
to various farm clubs would be hit 'Hounds attack on two hold Its final meetIng Sport
ner tourney. Friday morning.! pre-season will be split down the middle.I .
Hardee with a triple
made later. pitchers tomorrow at 7M at .1. _
Fortney and Rule polished off p.m. This is poeitively a first In the
Dave Redic and Walter Vanesky. The club now Is five men over Ma.DI'and single." 555 to* _i a IUUUSNOSLI the training room of. Florida life and policy of Walter O'Mal- Pot O'Hara
he 28-pUer limit for the sea so.4 T I Tile CorporatIon ,
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signed to a 1964 contract with LIMIT CATCH-Rty WkiN, UH, .114 his sac saId *, I liMit
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I Ibu ApproachesWith iii : ,At Grid Kathleen Aide b if




H I Caution I Donley Miller has been named

1 head backfield coach for the

t varsity football team at Kath .
leen Senior High School for the
By ARTHUR DVLE.YJv'tln lege team in this country : head '
1964 season according to .
j V' rli timr. would be a winner if it had football coach Art Wright. .. ;

r NEW YORK-Hank Iba Is two players who could make j I i Although Miller has been serving ,
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,
anxiously awaiting the deliberations & 40 per cent of their shots Today in a similar position for .
we have four to six men
of the selection com this Is the .
the pIIIt.
on a team who do better than past two seasons '.
mittee which soon will decide first time it has been. announced. . ., '
40 cent. :
the personnel of the American per .. .
.
officially.
I }
"In the last Olympics," .
basketball squad for the .. .
and athletic director .t
Olympic Games at Tokyo in said Newell. laughing at the Wright ;
.
Martin Mills explained that '
October. Hank will be the mention. "Jerry Lucas took :
head coach of a team which only 13 shots against Japan. they wanted to make the announcement ,

will into the Inter- He made 13 baskets" In order to let ___
go great the coaches filing applications ai;.;, __ v --____ _
many
national show as a prohibitive No matter who is chosen
favorite even though the plav- Iba will be loaded down with for the Job know it A STRING FOR IACH-Joo Uyl"......, W. I.. Llviafiror .r<

ers have yet to be chosen. shot.makers of fantastic ability Is filled./ "We have had many CvrtM I. Smith' loft to right aach caught nico string of Ih.lI.|| I

The dribble artists completed This probably will seem applications and all are highly arockan from Scott Loko ... worm*. Th., wire out of The IiWall.
and appreciate
qualified we
three days of t trvouii strange to him because he .
the Interest and concern
at the St. John's University hitherto hat been a coach -
"
gymnasium tonight and the who stressed art/ill maneuvering shown by each remarked

committee Is still busy sortingout and few wasted shots Coach Wright. Hawk's Veteran Mayfviiil !

the pieces of the jigsaw "I still intend to insiston "However we feel 1 Coach

puzzle they have to complete defense" said Hank. "I Miller is better qualified. He is

However it will be another don't know yet what shape it familiar with the Job (he kidsand

brilliant array of superstars will take but our team will the school and we have a Fifth NHL Playoff Game II

when the job I is done The have It. Operating under international lot of respect for his coaching] .

prospect of handling them delights rules and with no ability." Wright continued. .

the veteran strategist center line we might even Miller will assume his additional CHICAGO (AP) Elmer'Hawks will use Ed Van lisp

from Oklahoma State but the pick them up three-quarters duties'when football sea- (Moose) Vasko rugged defense called up from Buffalo for th

prospect of having America of the way down the court son opens In the fall. veteran may be lost to the Chicago -best-of-seven semifinals

only sure winners of :lie and hope that it bothers He also Is head basketball Black Hawks In their fifth The Wings were to arch

Olympics fills him with an them" coach and took the Red Devilsto Stanley Cup semifinal game from Detroit late Satunh

uneasiness that approaches lie has definite ideas of the the Class A, Region 4 tournament -with the Detroit Red Wings here evening without Goalie Tar

dread. he will prefer and I -..--.- .-, -. at Rlverla Beach after
personnel '*' - __.i Sunday night. Sawchuk who reinjured his le'i
"I'm afraid that the Amen has no hesitancy about trans. winning the Group 13 playoffs Vasko must remain in the hospital shoulder In Thursday night <

con people" think this will be mitting them to the selectioncommittee I ONE HAND SHOT-Cliff Hagan of the St. lou.i H.wki rii for a layup. while clurchina tho' This was the first basketball for treatment of an infec- game. Rookie Roger Crozier>
easy he Raid. shuddering whenever his advice trophy ever won by a Red Devil
bill with ana head h, |'ma (lest nlhl at th. Cow Palace with the San 'rellClee. Waman In tion on his right thigh until Sun- his replacement.
In-
involuntarily. "It won t in the of the
;., Is sought. quintet history
-basketball is improving I Ida ..u". lama of the Wtitent Division ,I.,.'... Crowding/ him It San Froncloco't' Tarn MM- Kathleen school day morning. I Another rookie goalie BeChampoux.

at such a phenomenalternational "I'd like three" tough rugged ,chary wi.. I h playing with ipllnt an ona finger. In. background h %.1", laaty (3D( of the Hawk, Miller is a native of Morgan-! DiMyron Tremalne Hawk who spelled 51,

J rate that other countries are eluding(/centers one who he can said also play"in I I :and Wlraphota Wilt )Chambarlain,. ID of San Franclica. T"0 Warrlart. wan, 120-11. .. tia the "" .. (A' town W. Va, and graduated,'physicIan made, said then a whether decision Vasko wouldbe here chuk last In Sunday Detroit's also 5-4 is victor mal

either catching up with us or from West University..
Virginia
forward My four forwards i- would be available for the Chicago log the trip.
this scares me have already should all be excellent shots, He coached at Nora Springs I The
Stadium match which will Hawks called Alia-
caught up. I never underestimated two big enough to pet: rebounds Hemus JoinslICleveland Iowa Danville Va, Flelbale break a 3.2 deadlock In the National (Boom-Boom) Caron from up the,
an opponent in Va., and Cedar Key Fla, before
will." and two with finesse NBA Playoffs Hockey League playoff St. Louis affiliate in the Centn
to- my life and I never have I'd like one big guard who coming to Kathleen series. Hockey League Friday Ho
r Disquieting reports
come to him from coaches can move and three nifty "We'll' have to play Vasko'i ever Caron-who burned up t th'

who have seen more international playmakers for the back- status by ear," said Dr. Tre- Central League with 77 goals i

basketball than Iba has court men. My J2th man maine. The infection gradually 77 games will not be call

including such as John MeIndon would be one who best supplements Resume TonightBy I. subsiding under antibiotic ['upon to suit up unless Coat

_' Jack Gardner, Les the others'Ruggedness Is essential treatment. Right now, chances Billy Reay decrees an emergency

.lane and Pete Newell who international rules which under ,As Coach seem against his playing Sun .

the victorious American TilE ASSOCIATED the I day night. The semifinal series schedule
Jcoached permit few three point shots PRESS second game at the San
.I: team in the Rome Olsmpics and. In Iba's words "give TUCSON Ark. (AP) The The National Basketball Association'l -!Francisco Cow Palace. I '& Vasko was hampered by his seemingly now favors th
swollen thigh but played at Detroit -Hawks, since the Wings baY
.
the Cleveland Indians semifinal playoffs will Wilt Chamberlain scored
the green light to man Saturday I 281 ? .
"At Rome" said Newell "t 1 with the ball The offense has hired Solly Hemus 40, formerSt. be resumed Sunday at St. Louis points and Guy Rodgers 21 :- Thursday night when the only one more home date no
like in dark and Cincinnati with the 'the Wattiors.Xodgers Hawks scored a 3.2'overtime Tuesday If a seventh game i'
was a man a room the advantage Louis Cardinals manager to San .
fumbling for a light switch I Walt Hazzard of UCLA an coach third base.,. Francisco Warriors back in the Great triumph. required it will be pla>!:

didn't know what to look for almost certain choice to make The regular Cleveland third picture and the Boston Celtics "Rodgers was terrific comingup If Vaiko Isn't_ _ready_ the. ..Chicago _Stadium ThursdayBOWLING
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or where. But we have a better the team made one wry but base coach George Stricklal'd.IS ') attempting to make it a rout. with loose balls and trigger

knowledge of the foreign pointed observation as to managing the American After viewing films of their ing the fast break," Hannum II I

i teams now. I was amazed at what t h I 11 Interpretation League club until Birdie1 Teb-[opening game loss-a so-called said. The coach also praised his

the improvement of the coun- means belts recovers from a heart at horror film the Warriors team's defense.

tries I saw In the World "Under international rules" tack. bounced back Friday night with The Celtics are bubbling with Dean's Sport Shop No. 1 OLYMPIC LEASes

Championships I list year he said "a man can foul for Tebbetts suffered a heart at-' a 120-85 victory over the St. confidence in their one-sided compiled 3,191 pins to win aaaliai. Caramlao .. ..Wan or LM IIOamar

where the order of finish was profit.. tack Wednesday night and Louis Hawks which tied theShaw's series with the Royals after the Orange Belt Bowling As- Seers?mehy ali.. ..,. oo am 14Oaano Si'

Brazil Yugoslavia Russia "I like those rules," said I Strickland had been acting as ing to St. Louis 118-111. their fastest playoff start 'In six sociation's eighth I annual caUya...st.dl., Oil :: .: SI IIlioh
and the United States And Iba. Then he added grimly manager since then. The defending champion Boston years. championships at Plant City's Oil 1111.liah aarraai _"" 'o atonai"

we didn't have a bad team. "when I tag a man I want to For InterimIn Celtics are 2-0 over the Cincinnati Frank Ramsey the Celtics'cocaptain -- Planter Lanes.International. Oil, team 03O ,!inol. Saotty'o SUndir

\ Brazil was faster than any tag him good." announcing the appointment Royals and need only : said a four'game I DONLIT MILLER f Minerals H'ghindviduul" aariaal Jo Pai,KMTM

l.' J team I ever saw and"all were Hank is extremely worried Gabe Paul the Tribe's two more victories to go Into the sweep is Impossible but he .::. Liens. Baths Corporation's Supercats were ..oh... Individual. ....... Ja 11._......

I I great ball handlers. (that his players, playing a general manager and president finals. added the odds were 1,000 to 1 -- -n second at 3,137 while Gordon U. OA"'II
"But no one can shoot with unfamiliar will Watch In 1 5. Inesil.. SN. .. Calm III I
c' slightly game said Hemus is being hired only Agony against Boston losing the series. ORIOLES BLANK Brothers Concrete finished 5.Svoo. 555; 0. Thmp.,
550
.''t "f 1 the .American boys" said be carried away hy the delu- ''until Tebbetts returns to work. I Coach Alex Hannum sat his No team has ever come back I third at 3040. his 55,1..,.. 0. Th.oii.,., .5.7....,..,. 5: w.\ I
C-li M. Circus
/ IbII groping t'Th.t'lor a comforting akin that they hav only to rf>ctors say Tebbets will need ,Warriors In a club bouse studio' from a 0-2 deficit to win a sev YANKEES, 8-0 Singles winner with 709

.' I thought. the one go through the motions in Order af least two months to recover and made them watch in agony en-game playoff. was Bill Martin. W. G. Sey- V O LIAOtt
consolation and the one advantage to win Olympic Gold the first in which I MIAMI. Ha (AP)-The Baltimore WonMioh L.
and he Is not expected to be game they Feature of Boston's successso mour had 699 for second and 1. P." auatara :K I
,t we have A dozen or Medals. back this season blew two 20.point[ leads in los far has been the work of Orioles greeted Whitey Don Richardson was thirdat 2.. ..... . ... .. 24 I

__so years ago any_major col- "We never can win withoutan Hemus was an Infielder with ing to St. Louis 116-111 K.C. Jones who has held Oscar Ford with five opening inning 678. 1 4. Oulterflnaara nadara .. .. . . .. ::11 aD I I

all.out team effort" he the Cardinals and the Philadelphia -| Chagrined at the exhibition Robertson Cincinnati's moat tallies featuring rookie Sam Doubles winner with 1357 5,51. team 5mm .swiss._.' 1041 2545,' P Ssdao.,n OuateriHiah

said. "I've too much knowl- Phillies\ before managingthe the San Francisco team went valuable player to 15 field goals! Bowens' three-run homer and the duo of'Joe a Har- Individual Sm_, sir, (.li. 5,7
Patterson score was
edge of the way foreign coun- Cards. St. Louis finished out and crushed the Hawls in In_the first two games. defeated the New York Yankees) rison and George Curry. Pete M.grTiml.viduil. ' lamat J3J Jack Hulchoaon.
tries have studied our techniques 80 Friday night.Twentyoneyearold.
seventh under Hemus In 1959 I 200 eases
analyzed movies of and third the next Dave Me Leitner and Harley Miller OJraafl 212) 211 Jack Nancy HU......._......', 200 JU.H..N..tl.<
Would Like our styles and perked up their year. 1961,1 Nally restricted the American finished second at 1319 while I ,.._.. L. L .>......., '201, .lly i..
He was replaced July 8, Jerry Boggs and Joe Lang .raal 200 Vivian Maran, 5:0, ,. ..,.
style of play since Rome. Keane and Leaguechampions to a pair of ,....
by Johnny was al) had
1308 for third. '
.01.11I 3-7 Nao.v Ssmoo FL.
Mclendon tells me that the third.inning singles by Cleft .. . ,,,
coach for the New York Mets .1. I-I" a.lI. .n' 5"
] Bob Gilbert had a 1949 for H...... MathlaVC..
Title Soviet Union has the and Kubek
BoutHIGHLAND split up Boyer Tony throughthe
in 1962: and 1963.RAINED. all-events first place. Second LEAGUE
country Into four areas. One first six frames before Dick
r at 1948 1. ..tto.........
area experiments with one- Hall and West Stock came on to was Gary Culpepperwith 1.. Pin OuttaraI .
W. Pin "1. .
OUT G. 1943
MILLS. N.Y. I man control of the basket another hold the visitors hitless the rest Seymour's T... la Si'. raaulta of I .11-.11 aaaiano >
good for third. All events bus.. .... ... ,
is' e"o III so h'W
(AP) Floyd Patterson would with man fur-man defense of the way.Meanwhile. af tha 1M1 04 Maaan
TUCSON. *riz. (AP-An exhibition scratch winner
like to fight again for the world another with the press baseball betweenthe I the Birds capital. Robbins at 1769.was George 214, May "ZOO.oikyi Oases 201 iso Jon..
heavyweight title he once held. defense and another with total game ized on the third and fourth of
Cleveland Indians and the Special award went to Robbins
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but he's not to hold his offense all scrupulously t j five New York errors to add a Toy Tows
I
going up
Los Angeles Angels Saturdaywas .i4) _ _ _ _ _ sixth for the high individual W. lot5Lml
career waiting for current chanvpion broken down and coordinated. i score at Ford's expense in
Cassius Clay. He also tells mt that the called in the third Inning Li ;the seventh and added another game 276 plus I (284). T"'d. 5.... III III IIa. w
due to rain. There was no icore A field of 52 teams 81 doubles I. Gido's III Si
"We sent some feelers to Clay I Russians play as though defeat - - -1 pair of unearned runs off Hal I. id,... ... .. . III hISiili
I :Reniff in teams and 182 singles isis, iwo,, Lim'. 1312
and there was some response, means a trip to Siberia the eighth. entries H.." team oamai Twist 029
Patterson said at his training' "We have a tough assignment I r: I The year-old Ford was competed. 57's: riioh oariaai sirs Maintefl: : M*
TKIANOLI 54e'5 l riioh oamat Ourl Mvu t n 234
camp Friday. "But that was a ." i tagged for 10 of Baltimore's dox- CLASSIC Waman'i hloh swim tillla ......, "*
couple of weeks ago and we,I' Maybe so, but he will have en blows as the Orioles I I took the I. A.. Radio A TV . .W.V Loot IS'' W....."-. I huh aamai I.II.. Rakak. 111MO
I I 3. Pest .. . ttnif
haven't heard anything since. the superstars who can win measure of the Yanks for the a. Cryrtal LiSa'T.V:': ',70'71 % 44 4IVk 1 Sill Tylar, III! Ourl Hauaktn (41luH

In of it.Popovich. :third time in 4. :authtida Matora M 12 H..... IDS.. oases.. ,
"If Clay doesn't Ret In touch; spite as many Grape- Mijh.team. : aariaal Cryital; i Lako T.V., Amdar, 300"' Juba? Tao n., toll 2111 W.i70",
within the next week or 10 dayi, ... V a i ,fruit League exposures this M-oh team lamat Cry.ul La,. TV. Oallmani loot '.1'i T.i.... 111. 200

I'll go ahead with plans to fight Slated L4f. !spring. H.v."a.. Individual ,. lill a ._k.'Hit ':,':. ..fUMrr.... s,.
Machen in Sweden." I Si Bowens' first pre-season four 613. r.ss ".1 Cruel --.10. Om. so-os.... 5.7i Mi. ......
5,55... .
'Individual 5-7 3-u M01. CGI. '.10
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Patterson tentatively figures To Join Bruins ......__.. - ---.....- -, bagger was the lone extra base H.ns.h oamat Phil Crauch.

to meet Eddie Machen of Los ; b blow of the contcst.Kathleen Ph,I Crauah:.age ant naMes 1101' lid W.llt. 121, POLIO IMPSMIAL
Angeles in Stockholm (', \ l. I PARKIR SPICKS-Mr. and Mn Robert--I 00i M.w..' K.lvara. saw 0... Olinaar. Wan l'*l
or ote- MESA Ari. i*' The Chicago Jill Nail pamkartan. SiS 5. ncAiahalt Car.. "'
Oary C4i.p.
borg in June or July. Both rank | lobby, ca.|ht this moit of ipteki from Lako aa., 20ti Chat Mwnaan, 2O4i Phil turn.nar 2. SOrSi4e's. TI "
Cubs leurned
Friday that I. HI ""
Plumkmo M >
among the top contenders forClJY" Paul I'opovich a strong second |, lourl. mlnnowi, thyws.. out of The hit Woll. I BoostersTo Oradl 211|a'D'I,.Oawdan Allari. 211 211' liSt'>2i,| A nav 7 .. 5.ait.i 55 50N,00.m

crown along with Sonny bate candidate will be released Meet TomorrowThe wi..n 1'..,. ass 2041 V id t. Tamak. .201, L..... II,.. aariaat MatAtahall COO
tunlay
ass
tun
..d'J RSi TLEI ..,,..., 221 lilt Man Matan, 20], 10.0" team oamat ...,.... Oilrjn .
listen, Doug Jones, Cleveland,from the Army next Monday LIVERPOOL 0.... naihina, Sit, Del, ttruchka.I ndividua Mr,.., W..I S.i.rHah
Junes and Ernie Terr lI. I and |lOin the club four days Kathleen Boosters Club 200.:211. Ji 0....._M....,.sin.. sow 5ari "M,5.. 4lotivdusi. ; oamat Sob Mai n
"I think Clay and I would will meet at S tomorrow'in 100 155155. .
later. p.m.
AP Alf
I LONDON ( ) Arrow- Manchester United and Totten- 51,11 Cr.ess. san, at... Smith. IU.C.T. 200 QAMtS
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make a good money match and Popovich 23 batted .313 fur ham have 47 the administration office at sob Mauray 244i t O. Tharna.10t
Hotspur
smith scored two goals InLiverpool' points ... i > Carl .. T.v"
Maroan Mtt
I think I'd have a good chance Amarillo pf the Texas league I from 38 matches the Kathleen Senior High r.i, etvdn cuNeu.. rnl W.lly .,.... 111' Jim".<...'!.-
SIZE DOESN'T COUNT 3 0 victory over School. I 2 at John M....*. 2"t J... Pu...il211i .
him Patterson stud
against last season lie will get an all-' I The English league schedule PublK Warahauw "Vl" l7l *i.| Mauaton 20'l Ja>..> O"
This .ban not ba big, United .......... ,,... 201 U'COON
"But I'm going ahead and fight out chance at the late Ken!, may vory Manchester Saturdayand calls for 42: games. Drew Hughes club president :1 1. Puklm Off Ci.,M' 711. .lai,y .2021... ant n lay cii ChrUMlatn.. H.II. 201 2110
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regularly until I get anoth!!r llubbs' second base job which,; but according; to C. H. Johnionof virtually clinched the English urges all parents of school children ;4. Pura Ol tarvlaa,, IOta.. 44 I 1_ D.'c.o.: .?la".o'HOU' iOwiiiv '

chance at the title. still is a major Cub problem SI6 Hilliidt Driva, Lokoland, \ Soccer League championship friends and any other interested :H Hioh.ah aariaa.._ toami......, Pualli Ptui,. O"iea MI.....251 Ml 1 5vs. 555.NtvS ''
It'. the nh h hoi ., a GAME SLATED M,>h ...... Ind,viduah W.It Paww. 2)4.'
"After Machen I plan to fight, Popovich was signed by the prtitioit < for his team. persons to attend the :Hioh tariaa Individual.! w. Pie.,, .n ,
again late in the year. That'll Cubs in 10!/ off the West Virginia -I hookod It I li a Schliti Fishing Liverpool now leads with 52 DALLAS (t -South m Methodist -meeting. W p. .., 200,naMes, cIty UAOUIW. L.
2)t
make three for this year and University campus His 37 I Con.... taggod! bait from Loko points from 37 matches. Closest University and Michigan It Is the club's monthly meet- :_O Nova... 221i O 211. H.A....Inolaa.. nil I: Cammarc: Praaa ? ::
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then I'd like to fight up to five doubles led the Texas League I Holllngiworth brought to an challenger Is Everton with 49 State will play a football game Ing and a report will be heard :; 'th 2001' C Janah 2O.i "n."O.."H. 1>: W laraan laan llaefria Pa rar "... 55 54': 41,:',
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Bell said Saturday. ness matters. --tie aU11S viaa, MO.
W. Pus-, UII. Mia.. Individual Olan Janal
40.4 Jels Snot.", 155.
Average Paces SVNDOWN5a$ "'XlDw. Hv'i4olvdss, sims Nut McAnl.
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: I scoring race slumpedto leg. offense with an average aid liii.. 111.I" Resident

The individual scoring champion The 404 average was the third place last year of 101.4 points per game W& OAMI
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of the 1963-64 college basketball fourth highest figure of all time I Other small college division while Wittenberg led on defense :::;= Vim.,,,iIIp.. Al, .-r; AimS 575 Of FM Signs PactFORTMEADEFrank

season is Willie Shaw a topped only by the 469 of Rio: leaders Included Sieve Nisenson limiting foci to 51.1 points mid Sum_. OASIS Baker

six-foot-one senior from little Grande's Bevo Francis in 1954, of Hofstra, with an unprece- average LeMoyne of Tennesseeset IU. au, uiia ass Hluii n.m,. StSi II.W.Joa who attended the Anna Wood

Lane College in. Jackson Tenn. the :z.s of Mississippi Indus' dented .013 average In free a college record for accuracy =:: Cons 555. asIt* :::: '':...m 555., '54' 1 bury Negro Junior High Scion'

Playing for a school with an trial's Earl Glass in 1963 and throws; Robert Springer of Howard from the floor hitting at ,'554..kiM. aLT.rt 55.usa,,OMital:p.s.Cusims"." >Wssd.. in Fort Meade has signed *

enrollment of only 529 Shaw the 41.7 by Frank Selvy of Fur-: Payne most accurate shooter a .331 pace. Western Carolinawas Mldrol 5m Oino, ,.2-5-7 T li 1 Aliao Nusman kale.M'tTiRIOtTONt ....; baseball contract with the Cleveland
averaged 40.4 points a game In man in 1954. I for the field with a .684 per the free throw champion Mae. 1-555. a.,. Indian.

18 games. This gave him a S3 I centage and Ernie Brock of with a .792 percentage. LIAOUt'l

bulge over his closest rival Bob Career Average Virginia State rebound I leader Although Shaw was the Individual Oradlay. Oracar* *..." List.p He has reported to the Indian-

Green of Allen University, and I Shaw's career average of 31\.3 with an average of 24.9 a game point-making king it remained -' 1 J.. .tvratl.el Pluma.no tn..nc rino. . .Or( 4ft spring training base in Tucso
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made him the leading point-'points a game is the third high Nisenson became the first college for Gary Prestesater ofl 4.Han Lakaland team Cart Paad .00 M

maker of the National Collegiate -est on record for players who player in history to better !Azusa to score more points than jariaai ttrakland.* Vah.uf Baker Is the son of Mr at

Athletic Association's small have competed in as many as 90 per cent on free throws He anyone else. Playing In 30 __ a' n. .1 "'::::547l, muN sims, 1te5tu. iiusi.l. Mrs Frank Baker Sr. of Far,

college division 78 games Oscar Robertson's I missed only 22 of 252 attempts games, Prestesater accounted, 'r,,,, sat iidli $irii0 Car'' ..... Meade After graduating fro

The sharpshooting Tenn llle-,,,331 at Cincinnati is tops followed Benedict Leads for 1,015 Including the season's SCOTT UK tIAUTS-Thoio ihollcrockora wits coyght InStart f fsvii'ass'individual oamat Carl Maroan II. 1 Anna Woodbury. Baker tram

an had the best scoring mark of by Selw's 32.5. I single game high of 62 against Loko by loin K.kl.r. and Richord Cobalt. Thee ..... vungvorroi .., 200 OAMIt 'I IjT. rerito Franklin High Scho
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We didn't have space for all the fishing report Friday
0 here are some more From Doug Jennings, whose camp r
Is over on Lake Pierce "Shellcracker i\
fishing slowed by the
weather last weekend Best in open water on bottom with : .
worms Best on warm days : ;
"Mr. and Mrs Albert Morris and Mrs Ernie Ortman of 1 n rtr
Lakeland had 105 shellcrackers Mr and Mrs. Bob
Dansby '
and Kenneth McGrane of Lakeland had 35 shellcrackers and ,
12 bass . ." '
Mrs Hannah at The Bait! Well on East Glendale sends In \\S\ 'H 1
a series of photos which indicate fishing Is good In Scott Lake 'I i 1
in particular and in Lakes Hollingsworth and Parker too zv
Mrs Hannah reports: "C, H. Johnson, 516 Hillside Dr..
admits his bass Isn't very big but he Insists It s the prettiest !
fish he ever saw It carried a Schlitz tag and was caught on 1 1i
a blue worm, and
came out of Lake Hollingsworth .
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"Mr. and Mrs. Robert Jackson and Bobbie caught this I l
string of specks from Lake Parker on Missouri minnows. I :.
Bain Kibler and Richard Cabell caught this string of shell i.l i.
crackers from Scott Lake on worms a i l j 1

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"Earl! High, Larry Munafo and Gilford Smith got 60 shell-
crackers from Scott Lake on worms t
"Otis Letchworth Wayne Barnes, Huston Hosey and Paul l lour
Miller got 125 shellcrackers and a few bream from Scott Lakeon
worms"After
( all these reports of shellcrackers In Scott Lake
It ought to be a busy place this weekend! Be sure you park
right If you use the launching ramp, so others can get their
boats in) ..... yrcntcst cfssorfntcttt ;
Jim Veal of the Pana Vista Lodge on the outlet at Lake M
Panasoffkee Is another camp operator reporting good shell-
cracker (and bream) fishing. Jim says: our greatest sale ever on \ .

Shellcracken Biting 1

"Getting some nice shellcrackers and bream up this way.
The best fishing has been in the lake near the grass beds
using! red worms as usual, catching them running and some ,
of the big ones still biting around beds
"River fishing Is showing improvement with both bream
and bass beginning to bite. "CBYSTALAI E
I "Dail Forsythe of Lakeland (Whisk Chemical) got Into
some nice shellcrackers In the lake, getting more than 20 on
one trip. Mr. and Mrs Leo Senesac of Tampa are bringingIn
some nice ball fishing the lake with purple worms They
I got 25 during the week up to 6 pounds
"George Malone of Athens, Ala., got 30 big shellcrackers
) In the lake up to a pound in size, SHORT SLEEVE
"We have plenty of water now for the recent rains have
brought the lake and river up so it looks like we're going to f"mollsDRESS
be in good shape for the summer . ."
And John Dillm of the Winter HaVen News Bureau re
ports James Bell of Winter Haven won the second weekly .
contest in the nationwide U. S. Open Black Bass Chart (,!'on-
ships with a bass weighing 11]{ pounds, caught from nearby SHIRTS
Lake Winterset. "F ETZ

There were quite a few other 10 and 11 pound fish entered
during the second week including lO'/i pounder caught by .
Alfred Acker of Lakeland, caught from a phosphate pit.

State Skeet Meet Slated May 1.3 compare at 5.00

. WINTER HAVEN (Speclal- for the five-man team title
The Florida State Open Skeet between Winter Haven and MI- SLACKS
Championships have been set ami the defending champions r
for May 1.3 at the Winter HaThe Winter Haven skeet fsven -
Skeet and Trap Club .
duties Include a new clubhouse
bent Field rang e
and four automatic skeet fields.
will be
The .410 competition :
held the opening day with Ken Entries are being received by
Pendergrass of Jacksonville as John Snively Ill, 507 W. Lake
the defending champion Summitt Drive, Winter Haven.
The 28 gauge shoot will take 3 FOR 1 regularly 17.95
place In the afternoon and second -
morning. Shooters will seek HILL OUT
to lift the crown from Bob

fend Beesche Irving his of Getz 20 Palm gauge of Miami Beach.title I on will May de- driving Hill PAU or France Britain. ,(AP formerithdrew) Graham or 3.39 cnelt SALE S 12 8 8

2 and Charlie arsons of MI- from Sunday's Grand Prix de Not.just a sale of white dress shirts, but fine and famous Kentfield "Crystaloire .
amt will be out to hold the 12 plIJ Saturday because In his of French-tram short sleeve dress shirts, exclusively ours, in WHITE, SOLID COLORS, .
gauge championship on May 3. mission trouble COLORED STRIPES OR CHECKS'! Cool, comfortable dress shirts that stay
Keen competition Is building bUilt Alpine neat all day long , at worthwhile savings!


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.Itt 71 .'*. UT1H CI.V P + 0CAvIl. > 'I"' Pack lOAN 1 IM SIlt MH f'' ,
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SAN I 51 'I CAm 3 SoeeilPS I MSouCall 17 11 S.
Soc .10 111 33H 31tIII 37'V*I 1COC.Coast OS. m : It't + 1 IHoSl I" 2 ) + .NY 31 33V + 1 I I 01. Iv 't 4514 : : 1'1 WlNcooslO Pd 7.26 117 7.26 717
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I IS't _' InlRitli lit It't' ,, IS'.+ <". NV Kll* 111745101011 + I,,INYSIEG OE nSouNotO Sole M''* tot .\ NI. Cf I I Wi 29' tlock dividend e-Oeclared er paid
FOlltlff" 1 .
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33H 1 10 70 41'* 1144.74 6 NO
3' ''I' till 11 ll't' II IT'>4 I INSouPac 131 SIH SO''* + 1 Ills M for mil veer. f-Paid ki Hock dun,.
"m"'. 1 Ii t 3114 + .' 1 SAN' M'. lit NY I OUTS'UN 1' ION .2 4 1 40Sou ItO tl I .00'1 1. 7111+ 1 INS etHmated ceth value III ei-dlvidend,
1""S 2 :
Faniteel Mat lit II1*- I 111 SOHNleeM 00114 'S 1'1 oi lal '
9)7 IMleu 15 III.'a or ei-dlitrlbvtlon dote
44t 41', 4IV44 1'4 9-Peld let yVerDoctored
FRANCHISE SHOP Fawlck JO 11 11 IIH4 H, 12 12 pfSIS ItO lOTVt IOTA 107'SVI : 0 .
1 Ry + Ni -
InUIIV ttH UH 3H4 pf ISweitPI MH MH J 1 I 1 or paid after itock '
todd I ll't lilA II H4H .7 ; 2 2 WIiloy dividend
+ NleoM' p4 1330 103V I03HNleeM + '
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Int TAT I I 10S\ 114 I 10214Ii er wilt u.Decided
ST't MH ST't 57 17H- 0 or OSlO ,
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Now being oetabliehed by reputable national' manufacturer 00ocIos P *.pfl 14 | T't. 7 17HMH 7H4 .H17H IntTtT pVC 4 J.13! 113.Hit .NletM ClaiM' pt3M 1 n 74'71H* 1. 74 S :;S pool I IndieartCp '.2 lolA 1'. 1 .-+ ..Y cC.SISKIA ... t I ." '. dendl In arreeri. _Pold mil y_. dI dlvi.l,|.

o bam I Is .id.. Moderate Investment neMtod foretock PIPIO100 I"' M + V*, IntTtT pfO 4 11 13' 113 113 + I. Nit IS. 9 14V 14NOPCO 0415VI 1.N ; .ISe ,. 7v V oolo IW. 12 boO _Itled. deferred or no action ,..?
oeeured Faeoery Vainlng end eupervltioil. 7 IntUtll M 21"+ I" 12 I. Rend 17H1340 I SV70'3 II Kit dividend mooting. Declared,
by ouoranta*
PPep pfl.II I4H 14' t.'. 2 I" CH TS .. ItHNortolk 113Il b ; 'Ynoit saIl T son 49 or
446.- N Paid In
IMT4T plO 4 SOSpiegel ItM
lOIN plus otock
10t'4 .
FedOStr I 10Ftneitr 151 I'IH 40H_ H15H 1., W IIo1S475ISO'112V + 00 4. ; p. I tt I 1 YneSDr IN* dividend ....
Int Utll It 43H 4)<4 1 MSeleg Ida J3'" 311* 1'1 \ 5714.Ni able hi Mock durmo ItM.
CENTRAL rU. AREA STILL OPEN WINTER IIHH t' 1 3214.ON J tenllh J animated ceth
) I NortolkW oIl II IIHV*
LKIAND FerroCP 3 I'. 47 4071+ Vk40H 1"01 a2" 44', .. 4IntMolFrt I' NorfW oofMNorrll 4 lit nIl. IIH i pf 450SwjereO 11" tl tl 1.1 I Ili VI" on ei-oivwend' or eidiitnbuiioiieldCalled ,
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HAVEN LAKE BARTOW PLANT CITY. OCALA. PlbrPep dIN HIS I 11 .4l" 71. 74'. IHInterPw IIStolev lit* .+ I-lalot I In full. 1110.
+ Th I7HIH .
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+ U" -!.
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,loweEILP I Sat 31'- I 4 1 'I INStdBrd 74 + S 4_. tsr.t01! *" .0 "tvi- dend and taiet In full. i-dli-Ei' !
Bhoot . open In ether areee f*. .. ,liMpaction Pref.une Plllrol' IMPlnPed 13 PAN 3 0110+ NI GI' 2 2. 54', M + .''N"lo.1 175 lION loAf, I''. pflst I3N II 7' 1 + ." n**. lbi a. annual Ion' I.-E. ,1IIt1.Wllhout dliiriou

permenent yearround Wtll rigid Inwntigatien.Cell 1571Plr .. 44'IH' I -.1' pIg 1 1011+ .I ''N"mC. .. 5 I. ". 13.1 i ltd Koiiunenltd Ill f '054. .. lltMrHment bud .ISo *???? rolls,. ww-wlm ".".. wdwhenVL"ributed
1.1". 2.1 5'S.. ' ,
t 10 lISa 41 <4 I .
t- 14 dederallon
IllCrkCI 1 S 1. I\ N"5u.r. 2 1 I IHo."V' Oil Cal" I t" MH lOANV's 0,.tr.1..I.;' tpeclal ,._Wh ., Issuod. tia.tq?
Jack "' ,' .. .. ManIla Baraiota. Fla.Ivenmoe ,.lh' I.1 1. 1' 13-1 IllCrkC pf 12 ITt Tt + I I SOCal, HI 30SMOl M''. OtHM I \l" or paymenri 1 doil* dlloyy. 057

Mt.Mil" I write P O, Sea 1117 for detalkk 'NI' 2 1 I 4. 41'N\,++ I* ITI Ck .1_ I! 2'" 1. + I_ I 4 ITH ll't' 51 MHNoNOai S STHHI+ .'I H nil I HM 4A+ 5141 4 I.l JJI.WInVCn.11"' '1 l-ln pankruetcf or recelvenMe up
SMOIIInd IkIMOHNJ '
7 1 1 444 ',+ IM 1. being roorganlied under the 10'
Pllnlkt 40 1' *+ --I- CoilS "' lit Vt|! .plo ) -.. litre .r oxtroi 5a,00Io
S 1 1 1'10 1271 II I-"Mul Act or Mcurltloe ned
Flint .102 104 Jaeoor M M I 1'1 : 4 ... ""dividend.' iH by ?
IM 14 + < \ II J 1Mb *- aniei.
11..5 HoI tn-Foreln i.
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I Poland II 1,5 3'S 1'4 1''+ ,I NEW YORK BONDS ; NorPK 4lt7 I I .. 1 + LEDGER,
PtIoi.i, A IS I' 1'- '. NarPoc 37047 +
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O' .I NEW YORK APPollowln' It a CHoW CMSP 4* 04 4tt -0- ChicagoLivestock
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I" r 01,15 Idll 2s74 CI 54 .1 1715.
.ll 01 11.1 .11 Ion m* too York Hock Endwn. 'lvinttx ChllNW | 71' 711 I
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IIKLY AMERICAN' 1.14. ., I 505 ,' ,1+ (1 HiSS LI La ClnUnT' Ii7l I 44'* ISIS Mt' .

IW YO"1 Ills. I HI.h Lew Last ChI $(541.5 Iii Low L..I POt. '... .1 '.lI-Ia.I 7 I NiW VODK C'T CIT ,I 4'.'..1 4t tt Sill tm+ "ecG.I.. S 10414 104'S 10'''. '. CHICAGO (AP-Followlng Is
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t'adid $toc$ $ ."* bocds 505 I Is --I- 2 1 I'I4 5I_ 4PrOS'ltO CORPORATION IONOIAlr7t4d 5 49'. I9H- 101" 10.10 "a of the hot cattle
.
1 ,0 2 .ummar
"I *tk on th, Amorlctn Irock S ,'. 7l- J.nn Glass 514 1014+ IS" 1111 + \.5PtooI'iI City Pd CvSill 114 '' 1141* 121"+ 4 II! GI 55PlC
Eoc.o0.. 01 I'. \ .2 1. -A- 1101 1" 1. markets for the
IvIn. 1 CCCIL 4'l77 31 14 44' 44 .
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IIln for Ill 455 114+ 2304 GI lOt
too"Ie".,..... tho _'I hl.h. Is. .ncI Iitt CUrllA C.bl .1' I 1010 31.4 )5I 54f_ I JoC..I.2. 1'H'! I Ito. toJOSILPOI "r. .. IO I 1'. I. 1011+ rl47 I 1I4'4 IU* 111'4AllPow CCCCWM ... I 47'* 47'. 47'%+ Sac 01 .'.. 3 10'.10.. '+ 15P50 week:

.ncI th. lilt *"."** fro' U- .30 175. 5 .', I 53 lVtl7t tl' t]>* tl'.- CCCSL II 13* 41*+ GI .. .. 3 0" 10 0 . .
w..s C...... Cut. S .2 I 11 "'. liStit 1_ to hOt LP .01 1.1. 414 ..1 I S.I ITt.I 10 17 1'1'- I.'AMiss CV 9iM .131V* 111* Ul 1 II"174 1 r tl'* tl*. PSCOII'Ss3. 7 0" 10. 10' (USDA) Cattle: Slaughter

I led 154 .455 15 Ito AllootiL CV4MI 111. ,'104*.- !'4AIIIII C.III.. *, I MH 44*+ H 01 '355. ito
-A- Jlrl 3 1 steers recovered losses
".H. J" t ".1 : 3 t' early
-D J. lION II + 55 I AIIISdCS 305,75 52 lISt(4 COIF CV4HI77 5 *9', 1'- e 01 5305-114
1,101ads.. .... DalkOOs. a ps 4 $.. t 7 554 I.I -R- I ev.'. I 101'* 107V, 10714lOS ." 4141 II ttH ". f .GI ,'..W.1 1. . and finished steady for the
., 141011 U. Lost c... lodsi + .K.,_ IncI m. los 10 1014+ Alee 4'4rtl H t7t 17'Vt Cal' Gil I.I lOS Its 109 H P.51 I.. . +
304 314 21 I. .Ql I 1 ..X week heifers 50 lower
0.,1 mostly
boP.. 1. cot Got I 101 101V lOS ,
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2o to Control $ K''m. I 11 I. I' LI 1 1'1 .II.'II.1 I.. 3' I. +
+ I tG1 .
Acrns Oem Oo. :. 11'1 K.G .5410 OMIIWi, Alcoa + t 101* 101V* 103V+ \ '
to l'O 1 1 ._ ,_ I S5 104 17 I. 1.hm 11 1' 1 .. + cows strong to higher and
0. + eG1 1\
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*crnIpr 0 I. .. DvMln A.11 17 ,. I I'4.I.ta Ko.D JO I. 12 ... 114 OumoInc .1. 10. 514. ADIOs CV4I4 UI'O' * lOs' + ViAmPP CI G.. ltM4 1 104 tt t-14 tt t-14+1." "eG.1 3a 1.. 1 ."+ Ito bulls steady.
"eWI, DIe. 110 .+ ell : 1. .. 1 .. .._ Gas 3177 7 .* 4 eG"I'' "
7 .t" .1 n'. I.. 1' g A 1. isKawocki I. .11 I. $14 . 71V4 12'* S 001455 Slaughter steers At the close
A5OPlow' .11 DT..I 1 + 4 lItto04 AmPP 4 Host' 117 HI 71V14 ColO.l kiM I % SlOt %- e ' : ,
4 30 ills ISIs04
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3o 3,0. to Ii 7 I" e I "' 1. 1 5555 .
"" 10 .00 .. 41W" 30W" tto DolItsa' ' 04 Kn Jowolty I ... 5.7.5. 0. _. .AMP Cv4'ssal 171 to* It t HAOpt Comb Cvlill 114 .IOH I04't I0 '*- .;:m ; 5$ + IPSOTOY I high-choice and prime lD13
Aironc MlA.KM.I .. : 0 1 Ksto 1714 17"- toKII.b. 5.30 30 cod bob 111 110 + 4 Comw Il77 II M 15'* 45V% ; : .,
10 I""" vs DIOMIO A ltlflf 2 20. 2 E 5314.
I 3 I' 20'1 I bs 22. In l
I I'
3 1' 1' ." 4 A Con Itl7 7 105* 105t 105H to .' dlngu
:: tlA I, 1- to DooM 5,4 S It $14 4 f toKIns I. H .1 ii 7'1 1 .m.I.. I COIlS 101 101 + I 7.- 0
id Invttt 'r.: 3'O: 3W I DosIlu Prods 11.4 11 17... 1'10, 0 Otis 1" ,. 115+ .1"1 .204 1 ,. 7I' AmSU I lot I05H 104 + .Con ISIS lit! I Ill 107 107ConEd ;:"e ;: 7. I oaas ir 23. choice
B-IJU
AII.os ._ ., 11 It., t2Wto,0" Gus 10 I U' 71 i4t4. to. KI..d 1 li Its IH''' I w ,. I' 1, 'A"Su I.J"J 1 lOPS 15 105. *.1 II '101 101 lOT I' : SOW 2 Ml 14t+ | lb. 21.50-22.23. choice 1350-H30
AIpt" A .30 3 52 t2 oat Ills Pd 1" '. .3M 4 IIOM C. .'. ." tt* tti*+ 1% ConEdll 4Hltl II '101'* 02H+ 5 P.nP.lL II M't 14 +

K U JSt |)0 74 11 7J -I I I 1. 1'OO.MH. is 54 KIn 4,5 OIl 11. .. 14OA'hwv .445 1 1'. lIt 1. I ATIT CV4-4I7 It MO 344'% 317 + tAmTIT CoEd 4Hltt I '101 loOts MO- .hIS RR 9141 II 101 101.103.+ I: Its 20.00-21.SO, good lbs

A1IPw: 21 1150 55 Hb Nto' p.00.0 '1 11. 1'- to,, Ii's- ..rnv.s Old 2' 2. '4$0I5l "lt 131 tl'% 1''* tlH+ HAmTIT I ..11 t Mi* '1 vt't, I. P RR I'' IM IWMl 10005 .I 90120
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AI.. W. oil 1'50 10 79 79. Dvo DIOIroht J] 1 1" .1.1,I 'lIt 3I: Solo 4 C. "_I." AmTIT 3 t44 14'% $4'lAWYIT + 4'tl4 I tSH tS't tS'.- IiConCdll Plo RR 4kll4' '7'% heifers
choice 850-
Alaski *1,5 .71. "'. + l'I DllUcrrlc. I 1' I' I' + >" : :, .435 IllS lilt I I0'I4 : 1.1.'f' I 1 II 3715 I'. 37 f II. 1147 2 771% 74' 11'.+ "I bId tl tit tlConEdll + Os Pm RR .'*.U J" 44'* 1'1" ., Slaughter :

AIIAI".2CIe 11 OW I 11- I DIltLt .45* I'' J' %- I .., 1. 1. ,". I 1. 1. lItoiiFoIS AmTIT 1171 > 0l. tt'. tO'%+ *. 7 ll't Ml M'i' + .Prarl I. I 4itof I 1 71 1 "" 1050 lb. 20.5210. load high-
All, .,Isp,.. "I AmTIT ,*.71 14* 44' 44AmTIT .' 14 15* Hi'. 45t
131 1W 3 1105+ CoEdl '
I"to I Olvorwy .40 4 II' 11 + Klo HI 1 11. 1. 1 14'* I7 % M't* choice
'AlirnAir I ll't O.pisblod 11' S's P 119 40* 7t* llTl M' tt'* "'*- '4 .M..I I I. prime 960 lbs 21.75.
)st )ISO I'" t'o'' Olmlyn' Cor II I 1 ft i ::: 171: IK : 79ra .Cofdl. 1 hl.W tS't' tS't
"II" C. .Ho 500 33* (5 4 I'S05 AmTIT lill 74 77''* 74AmTIT 14.171 I 18.50
"" .02 5 Ii Ito DlillynC* A 4 I 1 3*+ If T. I. l I I hll.tI. 105'% Its V: good good and
"II"" .2" 4 ... ,_ 3's 7 .1 10 + 1114 74 CoEd,I ,..1 7 Os I 20.0
SW SW i Domo Ptlrol, 11 14 + I f. I ..Hla.1 1" 1. I 1 7 ..1 101 101 101 choice
I 41 41 41
Allied Art 55155 3'. St Am Tab I'tl77 .
71 PhlllEI 20.25.20.5.
I" I' 2to 11> 131,+ I 1 h.tu t t 1 .. I 100'% '
Dl'I..1 1 ToO Chest 4'1114 Tt 101 102'S llt'% 0 10"1
Am lilt
AlOod Art of I .'t .1' 21 H's 504OICDAtO I 5105 llto I7to+ 1 PniliEl 3' I SIt
AIIMCofl ." 20 tW .'. t i i D To.1. 1 11 I7H 131 171+. .i -I 1 I,, 1154' I'. Atol 1141 I 101 102 10254- 'Con SilO lilt 7 ltl'% 10 10 .. I PMIlEI ,,11 '.'. t4'% *4't+ It Barrows and gilts: On the

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alloy U.I 11 I", .".... I. Dortty 17 I% I I'tDroptr . I'. 3'. 4 I .Sos I 1. 1'1 12. .And* 419144 M MI'' tt" tt'*+ \ .NO ... 1 '0 101 101 I I PhllMor "'17 I 10 '101 101 + VPhllllpP with head
Aim" .IO L.O. SOotH S I 51 (4Liles WI Armour t7t tl'. HO a m 15.251.5 at
111111 3 3j 3 3 I 121 40* 40 V < "I 11111' 12" ".1 .I 4'' 170 117 114*+ | 1
AIOC.A + Mutt 3d Ii 20 51. Arm ev.",' 114% 111 NO I 100't 100'% 100't .1 the
sos lit s ._ I Dnvtr Htrr t 10* If* it*- IG I 54SIIIPIOS 1' Co .. I PCC19L 17 101'* '101' 107 U 150 or high bulk
AItimI"$ Ito lot 7'A oW 1,._ I Dru Pal II 4H 4 4 H.l.m.1 I ,.. I"" 15I-. I ., 315 I'" MOO cvJHltl 7.,"'% Ill 114 1 1Aliolnv 1 Co NO ..7 I U"1 M't M'.+ '',PCC4.9L 5l75 I 100't "'.. 100'%+ I
Alcoa ofI11 ., I ... .'"'.. 10 IV.I77 104 104 ConiPw ..1 4 IU'% 101'" 101' |i* I PCC mixe 1.3 190-230 lbs closed
U50 Il 7
15 15 .5 Dur ly Co 4 I't l'' l Vt I 2. .ncI. 2" I. 2. .1'0 . I7I 40* 79. .+ 14.PIIPIllo
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410 .I9r 14 I' 1' 105
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I Ou.IC. 11 . 44* 1" 7* LOM PI 171 111 17 I! 19-1 .' Atcnlton .' t Iii 104CoPw 3 4.75, U.S. 2 250-270 .
Am R.vo.. I. .'. 4 4 3 .I odnoy MttoorlC 4 45 414 14I ft tl tot + 1 .. 0 I"ubSEO *. 17 102 100'* 101 1
O.lt.o Los Fllltr 11. I't 1HLM + I .4f 11 14 I AIICttL 4 104'% 104"* 104'% 141'% 141't-' Ito
ArnOslitsi .500 II 11 Ill" 17W.. , I 5' C..7 1 I ubIEO I'll7l 4 tl't tlV* 511404 3.75 1425. lbs 13.25.
A OttO lbs ii "'' It', ,_ -E M A 4 I'* IH IHV 1 I 1.II'n.'d.50 It II* .. 1I A"C.,1 ... 11 'lOHt' 101 Vt I Co. 3 19* 41'4 45*+ Vt 270-3
Am'oSf.2OI OS Vt . 'I"* 17'' 37'0- l's I,11.1. 1411-11111.11 I.IaI AII"L . C I CV4lll III 110't ill + 1'. -R- 375..
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i Japanese Group To Oranges Oriental I Are Gift [Market Clinic Set Thursday THE g_ CITRUS




1 Tour Citrus Here An all-day clinic will be held Coop aid Dr Henry G Hamilton -Eldridge. director of maiketing II

To Florida Thursday at the Lakeland Civic marketing economist with of General Foods. Inc. for over

Center for the purpose of studying the University of Florida.Dr. 13 years who win forecast the I CIRCUIT

i A group of 12 Japanese agrlculturlsts tlvation methods are generally the marketing problems ln-| William B. Black, directorof "Future for Marketing

I .. scheduled to visit outmoded, and that horticulturein GAINESVILLE-Citrus fruits volved in citrus and vegetables. economic research for flor- In the afternoon. By DAVE FaA TrLec'l8r

Florida this month for a study Japan has been mOlt cases a are so common la Florida thai The program starts at I o'clock. ida Citrus Commission will pre-'.H. Oelhert Jr., Cltrus'1 Staff Writer -
of many of us probably believe The second annual Citrus and sent "Objective of UM MarketIng Minute Maid Co., will .
citrus production and marketIng subsidiary work of farm
S ers. Vegetable Marketing Clinic Is Clinic." the topic. "Is There
they native to the state
methods, according to the Hooks pointed out that it was are organized under the theme of| John T. Lesley of Florida for Drinks and Ades in the Citrus OSTENSIBLY TilE NEW RULING seems quit
Florida Citrus Commission. Not so, Dr. H. S. Wolfe, "
the need for newer methods and says "Are We Competing With Ourselves Cltru Exchange and Roy Van-[ Industry? reasonable 95 cents an hour minimum
Commission General professor of horticulture with I is to all associated a wage
Manager ideas that had prompted the ? degrift Jr. of Vandegrift-Wil- The clinic open (

I Homer E. Hooks said the group touring group to come to the the University of Florida College The clinic will open with a llama Farms will discuss; "Are with the citrus and vege- for citrus harvesters. Whats wrong with thttShouldn't ?

would arrive In the United States,United States to observe citrus of AgrIculture Most of our discussion of "Our Ability to There Too Many Florida. Marketing table industries. Registrationfee any worker in America make at least
at Orlando 8 and would of five dollars which Includes -
on April Produce versus Our Ability toMarket" Organizations? that much ?
and
production marketing proram. popular fruits such as oranges.tangerines money
remain almost a month before .. by Bea Hill GrIffin Luncheon: Speaker a luncheon, should be

returning to Japan. Technical I, and limes have Jr.. citrus grower and banker Featured speaker at the sent to Marketing Clinic, P. O Certainly, and the Florida citrus industry agrees
"This is
leader for the visitors will be representatives team" from composed citrus\ cooperatives of-Oriental backgrounds. Louis F. Rauth of Flavor PictD1AKEJ.AND luncheon will be Clarence) E. Box 2350, Tampa. As a matter of fact most pickers are earning more
Frank M. of LakeS For instance were
O'Byrne oranges than that already. Florida Citm
citrus growers' study
Wales, retired director of the native China and first migrated
to -
clubs and prefectural govern' Mutual reports picking rates have .
Citrus Growers Assocla-
Waverly tion. ment of leading citrus producing I Ilreas. to India, Italy and Spain creased 20 per cent over the last

They likely will be most before coming to the West Indies three years and that efficient pickers

Included on the agenda are interested in the production of with Columbus In 1493. are making more than $1.25 an hour

visits Florida to Citrus the Commission Mutual, as and well to navel and Valencia oranges From there they eventually Agri'cu.tture It is not unusual for topnotch work.

types which are similar to the make in the
to
neighborhood
ers of
as to citrus nurseries, packingand in moved northward to the Sun-;
'citrus grown Japan.
$20 a day.
processing plants and re shine State.

search laboratories. The Florida A visit to the Commission to, The Dancy tangerine is an old . c. . So, why the objection to Secretary .

portion of the trip ends on April I confer with marketing personnelis Chinese species, long cultivatedin of Labor Willard Wirtz's order'

21 when the Japanese move en scheduled Hooks said.for Friday afternoon the gardens of Japan as $- LEDGER SaIIda,. April 5. 1X4 5 The primary objection. .according
to Washington to view the U.S. ''well. On the other hand the to Industry leaders, is that this is not

Department of Agriculture's agricultural sweet Ponkan tangerine originated PRATT a wag rate but yet a continuation

research service op in India and then was Juices For of the old piece rate-incentive system,

eratlon. After a visit to the fruit Food Firms given to the Chinese to enjoy. Cramped with 95 cents an hour merely the floor. In other I

auction market In New York From China It traveled to
words 05 cents an hour will be the least money t
City the group goes to Riverside America .
Calif., to study citrus In' Facing New Grapefruit Bore Here Store Freezer SpaceFreezer picker can make, no matter how poor a job he does.Mutual1 .

that state The return to Japan
Is scheduled for May 2. U.S. Probe However according: to Wolfe, Bob Rutledge explains it this way:

the grapefruit has an unusual cabinet I space In- al efforts of the merchandising Indicative of the gains being Say you have a picking crew of 20 men. Fifteen of

Million Ton Crop By SAM DAWSONAP history, quite different from its creased in the natlon'i grocery staff. I made by other Juices and drinks them are hard workers; men who would be averag.

"Citrus Is the most important citrus cousins The yellow fruit stores last year but very little' Freezer space for frozen citrus -, in the freezer cabinets is the around hour under the
Business News Aaaly.tNEW ing $1.50 an system
In with has never existed in the wild notation that for other up to
fruit crop Japan an annual of the new space was allocated Juices declined from 1599 space
production of more than YORK- (fAPV-Th food: but grew spontaneously with to frozen citrus juices. square feet In 1962 to 1323 frozen concentrated fruit juices now But perhaps five are sluggish workers who

1.000,000 tons or slightly! I larger industry may be called on the other citrus fruits under culti-- According to a report Just square feet in 19(3. according to, increased 4.3 per cent and frozen pick at the most two boxes an hour. Under the new
!
than the apple crop wmcn is toe carpet again to tell why the vation. Thus, the grapefruit was completed by the Florida Citrus the report while the decline in: drinks increased 13.3 per ruling, they would receive the least amount of
prices in the stores seem so born in the West Indies a cou-
second fruit Industry cent. The total for all frozen
largest for frozen
the' Commission the average square space concentrated: money 95 cents an hour. But the picking rate
Hooks explained. "At present, high when compared to ple of centuries ago. juice from 1409 .fruit Juices and drinks was a
orange was
footage of freezer cabinet space for the entire crew must be adjusted upwards from
than 200,000 farms [prices on the farm. Wolfe says that the common ,minus 4.5 cent, however,
more grow store increased 11.2 cent square feet to 11.68 square feet. per these low-yield harvesters. The
per per result is that
citrus, but few of these farms President Johnson has asked key or Mexican lime was native between with the decline attributed to the the
I of Congress to make such a study to India and was plantedin in the period surveys best workers might very easily double or triple
) have more than an acre trees made In 1962 and 1963 the [drop in space for citrus prod
This situation has :Wn caused And most housewives will watch the fertile West Indies along by ucla their hourly rate, at a cost that is prohibitive, to say
Commission's field force of 60
by the fact that most citrus'with interest. with the oranges and lemons the least for growers and would most likely lead
.
farms are on hillsides, that culI -: They note government figures before 1500. Another variety merchandising representatives.A to higher fruit prices In upcoming season consequently .

showing It takes $10.60 now to the Persian or Tahiti lime was, disturbing note in the report i even higher prices than now for the con.

buy food they could get for $10 bred In California as a hybridof compiled by Dr. William E. Refinery sumer of fresh and processed citrus just so the

THE LOGICAL PLACE In 1957-59, or for $10.50 Just a common limes from the:Black director of the economic grower can keep in business.
t South Pacific island of TahitI. ,research department Is that
TO BUY BUILDING year ago. At the same time most of this cabinet And this picture'would hold
farmers, and especially cattle- The small kumquats Are Chinese new space true even if only
MATERIALS men, complain of declining fruits which established went to food products other than S. Planned one worker is not doing the job wage rates would

) prices at the source of supply 'long residences in Japan. While frozen juices and drinks. be applied upwards of how much more work the

Wt'll ..,I.i.; whit! Benefits Distributed they first came to Florida via Juices Cramped Out other members of the crew are doing proportionate.

Pint we ...i.r Mrvlnf you. England more Important kum- I TALLAHASSEE-Florida Sugar ly in relation to this low man on the totem pole, the
From a fiv. thwiMiid. foal truck The President wants to knowif quat introductions came from This point is reflected in a Refinery, Inc. has announced 95 cents an hour worker.

toarf .f I.",'.... down t* I two "the benefits of advanced Japan so that the varieties bear warning from Commission Gen plans for a $2 million liquid
Hot ,iec. *f plywood) If you distributed eral Manager Homer E. Hooks t. SHERMAN *
....4 .nly h.l' pound .fftnet technology are being fairly -Japanese names.Caffle that frozen citrus .i sugar refinery to be establishedat
once products
farmers : Belle Glade
among processors
itvpltt' w. t'v' 0
TM
half pound (chttrfully). distributors, retailersand return in greater supplies, the The announcement was made MUTUAL ESTIMATES a man who picks two
consumers." competition for all freezer cabinet : Wednesday by David M. Keiser boxes an hour would receive 47.5 cents a box (half

Scond;sot W.Hiw,. y lily 92 to. find.Right mil*. I The food industry has beenon Sales space will com from these. lti.I': president of North American of 95 cents) ; thus a worker picking 15 boxes an hour -

p.i, tk. light ptant K..ndy. t* the carpet before. It admits other frozen food Items, whichare Sugar Industries and Its subsidiary would earn 47.5 cents a box times 15 for a phenomenal .

oh II th. ttiowund .f people in "the wide spread between the Down At 355Sales credited In the report- witha Florida Sugar Refinery $7.13 an hour.

lust Llbl...... price of wheat and a loaf of gain of 12.5 per centIn space. _.. .n.______.........._. at a dinner in Miami for Florida
The obvious solution
I Third; Our pico ore rigKt. Not bread, a steer and a steak. "The manufacturers and distributors businessmen and governmental is to fire the inefficient
1, too hio, not toe low. W. ... of cattle and calves of frozen foods are F. STEELE officials. worker But this also presents problems. The cit.

try t. to****** out onough \ But this time, as In the past, here at Cattlemen's Livestock making a tremendous pitch for I Keiser gave members of the rus industry does not want to be responsible for
profit to w. con continue inbuiinot industry spokesmen are likely to[.Market dropped to 355 at Tues- large scale
Florida unemployment which
I II the consumer's food dollar and Cabinet a preview of seems to be the
*. But wo olio froquonU stress the rising costs all along 'day's market, to 380 Steele Sets outlook
I ly find ..oml.. .....'..i... I the to the store from the compared these people are continually producing the plans at a meeting last with this prohibitive wage scale. Besides
higher costs without raiting our way sold last week Harold Howze or promoting somethingnew Tuesday. He presented each labor is at a premium now. Fruit and vegetable .
farm ranch.
prices to ,.". or of Florida State Marketing Bureau in this field," Hooks de Cabinet member with a sam growers have had to scramble to get enough people

Fourth Wo toll o...olity. Bird I They will point to higher reported. clared. "As a result the freezer Tariff Talks pIe of the liquid sugar which to harvest crops; in the last month or so the Department -

Thick Ban SklngUt, Poe G.. transportation charges from the Slaughter classes were too cabinet Is becoming more his refinery will produce and of Agriculture has Issued

j P.I..... .'''''It,..., Calling; Tilo, ,iarm to the food processing few to quote except for cows crowded each year, despite the told of plans to convert some of call to find workers as an emergency
Owes Corning Fibre glot In.ivlorlon ,plants, and from the mills and and calves, where prices held In Florida's raw sugar productioninto vegetable crops ripened into
fact In the cabinets Capitol the
.. .. thaj space picking stage. Citrus, too will be
I W Ho u r fly packing houses to the supermarkets steady, Howze said Stockers 100 million pounds of liquid worrying
u t ... is being increased. about labor
wood,. Won .d SoutntnLumoor and, perhaps may have to its
and corner groceries. enlarge
held steady, for calves a He
from the Hunt mill.. except The survey of :521 United sugar year. pointed out for
quotas offshore
The industry also will say it whiclTJgold at 50 cents to( II States food stores in 1962 and Herman F. Steele, assistant that most of the refinery's production labor the harvesters who will

I Cell I l/i MU 2.4651 pays more for rent and labor higher; 423 stores In 1963 indicated that general manager of Florida will be sold In this state be most affected by the new minimum wage.

all along the route. And it could I Citrus Mutual will leave for to manufacturers, bakers and
Good slaughter steers $20.20 frozen food products now occupy -, In addition, the Florida citrus
: is in-
I I EAST SIDE add that the customer-or com to $22 $15.25 to ;Washington tomorrow for a series bottlers industry
; utility cowl 89'20 per cent of the total dignant at how the new order was implemented
keeps demanding] of meetings with
-
petition $1620, cutter, $14.10 to $14.30, government
S
freezer cabinet space, as compared Cane Acreage Doubles Apparently the
rate
more expensive processing and officials on the questionof wage ruling was completely
LUMBER
( CO.JOYNER'S canner, $9.50 to $13; good calves, with 10.69 cent for all
( packaging and precooking or $20.73 to $25 utility and standard and per drinks and 0.11 removing citrus and citrus Keiser was Introduced to the unexpected a sudden, arbitrary order Issued by
i frozen
Wirtz
; freezing. $17 to 2073. Juices products from the list of articles [Cabinet by Commissioner of with no advance warning, although the Cit
J I Cited per cent for grapefruit sections! subject to tariff revisionin Agriculture Doyle Conner who rus Industrial Council has been working to forestall
JOTTINGS Lower Margin Good and choice vealers. $27
the
O.J. Space Down Geneva. laid "This will be an important threat since 1962.
to $32.50 standard $23.50 to
The food Industry Is sure to addition to Florida's
$23 utility $17 to $22.75; com ""Over all, the freezer space The grower organization already sugar .Citrus case hearkens
of to
Good morning! With the wonderful emphasize that its margin has filed briefs with the industry because we will\ now Congress which: for
allocated frozen citrus
to Juices
f sales Is less than for mon and medium feederstockersteers have all three of many years has specifically
weather' I profits on Trade Information Committee phases the exempted agriculture
typical Florida and declined 17. cent In the -
$13 $18
to ; common per period from minimum
other Industries and leaves industry in Florida regulations.
most sugar wage Therefore should
I we have been having of late, a medium heifers, $15.25 to $18. from 1962 to 1963, Includ--and the U. S. Tariff Commission not ,
1 little room for price slashing. Oral testimony has been growing, milling and refining. Congress have been the one to vote in regula
lot of us are catching the home Inferior $9 to $1275, ing a drop of 17.1 per cent for tions
Figures on the relation of profits cows, frozen concentrated given to both groups by RobertW Conner pointed out that sugar on citrus? Wasn't the Secretary of Labor ex
building and remodeling fever. good heavy calves, $20 to $24. orangeJuice has been Florida's fastest growing ceeding his
?
to sales in 1963 as compiled ," Hooks said. "This can be Rutledge, executive vice authority The citrus: industry thinks
medium, $17 to 2150. inferior, agricultural Industry, jump '0.
One of the Important by the First National City Bankof of president of Mutual.
traced the short
that for $14.50 to $17.60, common and to supplies log from some 60,000 acres of
features New York show
medium light, $23 to $29. Inferior -Florida citrus products caused Steele will brief the officials'cane two years ago to about *
in home buildIng -2.280 manufacturing companies freeze of 1962. ,on the effect tariff reduction
$15 to $30, mostly $Ii to'by the severe I 150,000 acres today.
has been the average was 5.7 per cent. $28. The Commission report Indi-1 would have on the citrus Indus Gov. Farris Bryant welcomed MOST PROBABLY TilE INDlftTBY will fight

neglected in the! But 28 meat packing firms aver- cates that handling and displaying try. He will also spell out the Keiser and this new Industryto the new minimum wage all the way to the federal

south for many aged only 0.7 per cent, 18 bakIng practices in retail stores apparently difference in quality standards Florida. He said the new courts. If opposition to the U:) cents an hour rate is
but is 3 cent 11
,
years catching on fast companies firms per 2.7 Cuban Sugar did not slacken In proportion between American-made orange facility will mean much to the defeated there, at least citrus will succumb to the
dairy products per to the reduction In con, concentrate and concentrates will
of of the American
our state and
economy particularly people, according to their
authorized
I now. That feature cent, and 92 other food products produced In foreign countries.
of frozen
concentrated -
Down sumer purchases to the Glades He
area
representatives
Is Insula- 4.2 cent. Output M interpreted by the ju-
I lion I and I processors per orange Juice. Hooks Discussions will also be held added that it would also make diciary. If the fight is waged carefully the
I | The bank's breakdown on pro- credited much of this to theCommlllloo' by Steele with representatives manufacturers bakers enough,
I would like tn 20 Per Cent and matter will be turned over to Congress for debate
-- In 1963 shows 59
fit margins advertising of the citrus industries of California
strong bottlers
Tom Jo .. Jr. more efficient by pro and decision
,
pass on a little averaging as it properly should have in the first
[food chain companies
and to the promotion. and Texas.
program viding a good source of liquid
Information concerning Insula 1.2 per cent net income on sales MIAMI (AP) The Cuban close place.
tion. The Sugar Growers Association In sugar by.
Lumber
Joyner Company

handles a complete line of volume I exile released reports today Indicating I Lauds Planthad In the meantime, the citrus 'industry has been
and cattlemen -
housewives Industry Pulp
Fiberglas Insulation products But both production at the first drawing guidelines for the battle to come, In line

and with these Insulation products will of be Agriculture interested figures in Department -six sugar mills to complete their Sugar Cane Farm with this, the Citrus Industrial Council met March

you are able to have a bet- that between 1947 and work In Cuba during the current GAINESVILLE-Florida's citrus been In planning for three 31 for an all-day meeting.
ter, more comfortable place to showing harvest was 20 per cent below Quotas
will be used In Acreage
primarily
1964 the prices the farmer got processors have commendedthe years What was discussed and decided
live is
and work. that of last
Any money you year. upon yet unknown -
pesticide residue studies I although -
beef cattle went down
spend to Insulate your home will for his while the housewife Arturo S u .1 r a s, association Florida Agricultural Experiment -, it is also expected to except to the higher echelons of the Indus

return to you in fuel savings In 13.8 per cent beef prices In president, said the reports came Stations and the Florida have value in animal nutrition Being ConsideredWASHINGTON try. It was a closed meeting in the great tradition
seeing
was
of
winter, In air conditioning savings 28 cent. from other than official sources Citrus Commission In a special'studies closed: meetings, standard operating procedure in

In summer, and in comfortthe the stores rise- per- "The communist regime has resolution for the construction In the resolution from the I (AP) Estab-- this most nervous of agricultural industries

year 'round If yours Is an kept silent about the produc. of citrus at Florida Citrus Processors Association lishment of farm" acreage allot
a pulp pilot plant - All the public has been
older home, there is I chance GLASS tion," he said. "Thus It Is to( be the Citrus Experiment Station the pulp plant is cited as ments for the 1965 sugar cane this meeting in permitted to know about
that it Is not adequately insulated , supposed it was disastrous." near Lake Alfred. being extremely important to all crop grown In Florida and Lou I- a scanty statement issued by John
Updike
or not insulated at all siana is being chairman of the council.
You I Sueiras said lack of sufficient The citrus pulp plant was re facets of the .Florida citrus industry considered by the
can easily remedy this
condition Agriculture .
equipment and lack of incentivefor cently completed at the Citrus Department.The In this statement, Updike merely
at least so far as the Important department said restates the
a public
attic harvesters contributed to reduced Station at a cost of approximately Those specifically mentioned industry's position that the minimum
areas are concerned hearing on order
possible 1963 wage
output. $25,000. The which In the resolution outstanding effort allot was
plant arbitrary and unfair
by installing insulation ments will be held at a time and because "the Department
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yourself with little effort and at in obtaining the research place to be announced later of Labor has usurped the express intent of Congress

very low cost. A thirty by thirty plant are Fred E. Clayton, Joseph Sugar legislation in exempting agriculture: from the minimum
requiresthe
home can be Insulated In the' READY, WILLING ANDEGER- C Fuller, Ben Hill Griffin establishment of limitations laws" wage
Jr., Frank L. Holland L. G. McDowell
attic for as little as $7.95 per when production is
month. We have the and Herman J. Reitz likely to exceed According to Updike that
Fibreglasblankets i the marketing quota assigned seems to be the only
to roll out between your Acknowledging the resolution, In a given production real reason the Florida citrus industry is against

attic joists: we have the Fibre- THAT'SOUR Dr. J, R. Beckenbach. directorof area. Allotments have not been the new law discounting the economic factors

glas bath to be tacked or laid :, the. Florida Agricultural Experiment -in effect on the mainland sugar which we know are of primary importance. Does

where needed. Flbreglas is the Stations, said "It Is cane area since 1959. this mean legislative procedure is
going to be the
my hope that the new pilot plant
finest Insulation that money can entire argument the Citrus
Industrial Council will
buy. Just look at these advantages READY jf": facility will make our research JUST BEING HONEST present in its case?

It Is extra efficient non- BUSINESS .contributions even more valuable CORBIN
Ky. w-Police Chief
with .notify block ..rtill.. by :
it has odor to the industry In the years But Updike
settling sanitary, no Skllltam Tntini L.I oory ,Jack Vermillion answering a goes on to say
and will not absorb or retain on4 opprovoo1 ii r Unrforwritort. ,ahead call, found several boys digging "There
odors, provides no food for rodents Laboratory, ''I hole six feet deep. One lad, was caused to be Inserted In the official

or vermin, Is moisture resistant 5.. 'about 10, said "We're testimony submitted to the hearing examiner on
WILLING digging
this
lightweight, permanent AUTO CUSS hi I 4 Poultry Meeting a bear trap. Vermillion In- issue audited figures from various segments of
BUILDING GLASS Of All To tart ,oraonolorvko .. Florida
gins f
and easy to install. Come in to I onywliora iron onrtiwo.EGEH ; formed them there were no Florida agriculture which substantiated the fact that

see us about this most popularof I KINDS BARTOW-The Polk County bears in the vicinity and advised agricultural workers earning power is

all building insulations. We ALUMINUM ENTRANCE Poultrymea will meet them to fill the hole. greater than the 95 cent minimum. From reputable

will be happy to explain the advantages DOORS IGIR HOCKS COST When he returned sources it is indicated
T* skew you why our blocks Tuesday evening at 7:4S at he found the that the earning power of the
and figure your costs STORE FRONT METAL hive made 1,., Ptlk County') NO MORI THAN Florida Citrus Mutual announced boys patting dirt over the spot. Florida agricultural worker is greater than the

to insulate. Certainly, If you are, MIRRORS .,.""-' .. aVs' fi...tt ORDINARY ILOCKSmImm1.concret James D. Pierce: But when Vermillion walked on tional average." na

planning to build a new homeor METAL SASH GLAZING AssIstant Polk County Agricultural the spot, a thin sheet of ply- ,

add a room, plan to use Agent. wood cracked and down he But Updike would not disclose: what these "aud

Flbreglas insulation CENTRALGLASS CO.INC.. Vlcent Glglto ef the Marketing went. The boys scurried away ited figures' and "reputable sources" are.

I Bureau Tampa, will and the chief just said the boys
See next week. Updike also
you TOM & MIRROR CO. be speaker for a program had been honest they said they tees have mentions that several subcommjt-
302 N. A were building a been formed to study the
S Ingrahom s.Fho.i en "Inspections and Pesti trap. 'I just problem.
-advt..rr..1 : MUtual 6-6U9 AuburndaU, Florida . Ph. WOodlawn Ml75 cides." laughed . I remembered that But he will. not what
these
say
I was a boy once." subcommittees
are and who are in them. It is all very hush-hush.
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Of Record f* BUILDING TRADES EMPLOYMENT LAKELAND LEDGER Su inday.i April S, IMI RD


Business News CLASSIFIED 21 53 Warts! 5k' EMPLOYMENT *
'" ADVERTISING'RATES booflog Hala ... YM
ct'.'tI., Coy,, ,
I.tS .,... ROOPINO DEPENDABLE Workaaihip. we'r1telts wairron. 50 21 01 I, Help Wants), Female 58 Wtrk

8h: .. f.'h'Ud, ... c., .. PoUort..anoral CD Beer parmeau, MOlanea .. 1', VII Woos 11.1 .I..tI,,5 Wlt'

Telephone. C*, of PI..".. Vi II Financial SH Pt. TTP. Lumber ColeuS, iOO LADIM SARi a nan alae ,.. "iariAtt WOMAN ...d". Poll TRACTOR WORK wanted .....
Unl&.tI <.n.......... ..." ..... .I.U NotesBy -- Mlalmum' IS Word. W. Mala Ml ""141. and spiny pleMant work, or pst.tis'i-lllPIi.S eeourlIipirlence ". ,los cod dlaelng Raw "..

Plr. :: ....:::I..i.n. Minimum OiargsI.OS ALL 1VPES .......ll ae .... .los .... .. ., the urns Urn ...d. Bchool. ..In Quick ... Call I.. ... .
lad Trail. .. -- .
C* .....Hal ...,. repaired er replaced ai a dealer. nil I Utrr helpful. Earn 1100 .oakl male. Pawtri IfO 1-0131
: IL Purrs M. Caio it SIL JACK LEFLERAP Words D... Dirt t>ari Dan .I. lv'l and up Me competition WrIts ,
, cioji 5c1150.IhsI $$234 million or $3.10 MoOo/'l Boeftno Hit Sheet Metal. o. .. further In STUDIO MALE, dtilrn part
a
share
: pew n.Uoaro* ....... Business News Writer OS I.JO 13 h? I IM 1149 ".., OUT.. MT t-JUJ. formation call IM-4I4S rim, Hi.John Chtraao Itudla Ca.... tt Writ Mid lie. time bookkeepiai ... Call
Sherirf. etc. kakeae eorpu.. In. the) previous year 130 1199 .0'. .I.SECRETARY IU-1MI, Barlow, ketveta S10
glider Pulp Co IB OtnevletiMlJdnid NEW YORK APThe busl- 3:1fDII- 1 Ill't ? o SZ3 8'0 24 PlaitireStvcc.LATEP.ir4a. and. 13* wetkdafl
0 Vsu : olsif .
j alfom Consumers
do.
ness got a little good ( 0' 10 tU 1110
upturn reached the all'
sl o $$44 ripe old JUNIOR WEST lawS .-
'.oIs I Wllk.. ... RsPmosl W news when the CLASS1PTXO BPACB EATSOalias SECRETARY lee and .. .
of 38 of waiMn
at months this cost living declined 'Pt.I" *
week. .u.
, c' : i I per eoluma Inch PATChING BOlUIBM. I'hi lentil phosphate a.spsneIi sod palaun ..0" .
: l-Ui
: ;l1 ::: .. YI: ThAt made It the longest busl in March for the firs CLABIIPIED DISPLAY P.ATBa Aluntloni ud addition Its ..os ... Im..dl.1 T.. .ff550.nor, M 724

, wWl-! ... ness M per ..Iu... lackCenlraet Pros eatlmatei. II....... Jeff Tol- Pineaninl veinum. aherthin .., for itene with Credent IIU100, .
Will I. Orl Wblk expansion in peacetime. time since December 1961. It .Sal MU S-443S.: and aceurale -pla. required. IOu' I I. I reara ktulae who D.I. Po.ld.

, Coi :::l:;: I If!". .*. *"".. P1150Ada Some economists felt it was was just a little droponetenthof -"* WANT Kale AD. DEADLINI Open Meeuect knlnaira.OalNIM. .ralnmi ktrlbiad., Must teplni ke and proficient Iso-I" ALEX* nod WSAKPALLIIOiII lor lawn, nil phoulehat MU

t : 'f: J.I .r. getting decrepit. one per cent-and the Bureauof B BUSINESS SERVICE PROMOTTONa penenu la aU phaiea ftaer.' B4J.I.
: :
:1 :: : ; Others contended it Is still ro Labor Statistics predicted a Puel'ietie WOBD ass a.,. 11-4 Mile Can Mice work. App."ut. .ehau COLORED WOMAN lusts bukisu

'W::.. ... .. 0..... tli.o'u. bust and has a of Dar Deadline b. seat In Dpo..N aad 1 lb ir .u1a I dse. ..k Ion.
resumption .
considerably the rise this' Mondir. II CO A M. SaturdafTueedir l& lawnmtwtn t Sereksi cEllo ,... foe .limo ilti II aad II .U 1.121.

'. IfoCeiifhaa C.. Ins.. tU longer life ahead. month. (1)va 4 to P. M MondarWedniadar. i b.ul.ll.APPLCATIO". ...11. taco .m"I.mn. Bupenlaor, Iteraatlonal COLORED wanllni I* work
ti oseph'llt.l: i ii i. (| ii.|: .SPAIRa ON all Buka I........ S .DP'U.II Mineral Chamli. I OIRI
The Census 4 30 P M. TueuJarTnuridar t "utl.1 Sari par ef 1} oo per
mon iMt { Tutor Looks Bureau reported ,... Contort ., CO., Bout riaral Annul, Wl .
, ...ID.. and Lean Ana Good ri and taiall .ID... Pros ml.nitai P..n..1 Doph.mont. . florida.A pbs b. .. Cull MO S-OBBO
.1 Winter" Rate) 'i. Donnlt l .. fcklner I that manufacturers' new orders 490 PM. WednwdarPtldar. oa repalri. oakla Ante .. Moat5omrp "a", LoIsssI. I. COLORED '
et Majority opinion tended toward Elettrle. IM Nerla rierlda AvePneoa i WOMAN .* .It I
vi and It.liT. (wala. and shipments In 4.:M P. II. TtauridarSatardar _
jerk part limo
February declined ar wrk. Call UV
..
.0.1e.*. ferecloaure. the belief art S-MOl. '
It J.r C "" ...,.. >.. Balsa B. JtooerU that things look slightly from record levels II ef Keen PtldarBundar. Psl.n0NoPIN.. wllk eivertenee for la workln beat 1.1251.
divorce, good for the 430: PM. Prldil .
months ahead. -< IUul I medera aaiea. CenUct Pelwnnel .. HOMEa. It ,. iidla .
... in 37 .U.
Ann l ... January. Mortriis 'PAll.
eibaufh Jack AlumyiriiJAaaral DISPLAY AM 'III.tlnl WORD TO
baulh dlvereeVorta M. R. Gainsbrugh chief Denartmeat Monuomorr *. C..... .bln,& fermlcawork.
econ Mondir, 11 00 A II. BatgrdarTueedir. TIE
j
Steel Wardi, LiitiandDINTAE .. .
America; accept me* Corp. *u omist of the production climbed last 53 00 Neon _ _ _ WIVKSf ; IM-M34 for I. animatek .
National Mender
n Ttiomae Lee Johruea el*, et uiwierKei : Industrial week to the e UATTOtaa BBMOVATINa U ABHIITANT, pratloile
highest level ...
ferecloMire. Conference Board since W..n. daVis..Icc. Ace Mattree Companr. -
II of us Amerlcaa AcrtKlllre Cor., ate expressedthis last June 22. totaling 2,408,000 Itiureaarlioo 13 M H.ea Tueadar Chine MO 1-441. fiperlenre coda d preferred. eKiellent euiliflcatloni you need money to buya FINANCIAl
is. Horace O Toww at ii, mitt.0t opinion: bo..li. llot
t forecjoiur tons 1.9 = Noon WedBeadarPrlda ".UI. car house
at up per cent from the furniture.
.: Durranca *.. Lamar Ourrane "Because there art none of ?. 13 00 Nooa ThuridarBaturdar 49 WaIls Pumps taieland Lois,,. : 62 Builnsis OppirtunitUiHOICB
previous week. Earnings $2
of to hour
dleeree Signs
a level per
.
.
the familiar IS 00 Idol' Thuridartundar driuer KIm'S a
signs of UNIOI HAlt
Ckaarty economic
1I'tr.r n JoAaa tog off in with AVON.
: ,
: steel Bouthail
Cfcancer divorce demand ap lIfe Noo Prldir .ft MONTOOMIRT. Ward drill now. BUSINEBd Inrema'opertiai
, Mirr Uammoad. Olllrard' ... ions strain, I would say the top of peared, however. Indications The folio will Bo. k* ra.iponilile dear. well sod Install you eater pIne Onler, In the Mall .h.Pl ". Mel .a. LWL.

itoso, Olllrard. divorcerat this expansion isn't even In sight Z far mare lIsa ea* ".-. C* I* II awath t* BarPhoa . PART SIMS, '.10 p ai, .te II ..raiter. 11 B. Mmoeial .
, ':'.Treedieir' Baud '*, Ctiarta. DIr yet especially were that shipments will fall in Incorrfel Inwrttaa.THE UV I-IIOJ. Prepare Dims and apaiheitl. foe Write P. 0. Box )395 "U .

.. T r.;?. 'i. alii C. Pa", .. tI&. considering the May and June and rebound in I UKEUND UDDER .arr. eul erdrn, A-q PlaaetiaEZPERIENCKD or a COIN LI.D.rl.40 waiheii II
eoree stimulating effect of the recent July e Sill ''4U. .. ten. laclltea, ketB
\ folk .Federal BiTlnii tat Lain Auae tax reduction." TELEPHONE EMPLOYMENT KITCHEN ".1. Call 6S2-4137 Ol0liO. a..lo.. . ...... Beai.6M410J .
? .
takelead' eu t* I. A Reaa and bee. .
Boa BuUdlnc' Corp.. l Applr U perion, Valltrtnol P.s.isuranO
.14. at al moruaaaa The Chase Manhattan Bank tlf Laktland
.
lorecloeure. LEGAL MU 6-1151' 110 laoS Main, .
i p n -- -- AOvIRTssyaNf'Uodr 52 Wonted AND will
Help ORO.RY
Fred Oeffner Jr., ** Mirth Oiffner. New York said: NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S' 'ALE .C... "'h.'dl.r"l good

Mildred I"L.tTkt Ti. TlaoOTl" O. Tic. "The odds are high that the and by virtu of an soar,. 1 ANNOUNCEMENTS I HOUSEWIVESNeed total! ..1 .43..
\. tlon Ueued out of and under the' OME-POOR rintal am.el.toie .
Kathrra'Fl.ld.::. ,o. BellaM' PUldl. dUGeneral economy will be operating at aeal .f tha Circuit 'ourt of Lake ra COLORED PERSON 25 10 ladies who can 54 Hslp Wcntid Male '.r."o. 00'u.IL., .
to
a.thl... !>t1.... Poitni "........ .. or quite close to practical capacity County. Opals of Florida I under 4 lest and Found I work doing out ,I...C.un. btatei. tOOl
oIu"I., Pool H........ _.Ylm..'. later this year. This is likely date or.I'eBrumnr f, nil wherein 45 yean of aje. Experienced mornings WANTED: APPLICANTS for pee I. . .
Meter ., H. L. Prlngle I* plaintiff side for insurance Uo.f Aiiliiant 1..._
Acceptance Corp. ela.a and A POUND* TWO in office work survey .I.ID OINO GULP itaitea for l.l..
Benll hound I. filing. ..
l to be M.
Thomaa true Apply .
H Coi rop"ola.1n1..U. even with moderation Kennedy Mechanical Contra Of fie..
C. Modera faelliuai. ,
, John .. tiaveladlume
CoO . Guaranteed
Bcneel sal
Cull MV I
.
company. City 1..11
"' MIBrrali ltd a..lrelCo tor. Ins la typing
and
: in defendant I have I.. ?. bkkeepig. 1.1.ROUTIt '* Kuik C.
consumer -4U
. *u.. Tl. W. M Bor.u.. u markets capital led upon B around 0"
and Income
mill offer for ary year ,
rtlloBOUbvrt ashler. preferred MAO lo whl..d .. ami OU Duuibuior, ,
1. COM Jr BlBor' .u.. TI expenditure and inventories. sod Mil to the tlfh.it and b..1 l LOST; BOMEWHERB ketw.. I. .II en '.u'a' ". ... I Meal.. PlorldaWANTED. ,
W.ldo 6 ROMlIT ... ..I.t 0.0105. ." bidder for rush, It the front door Poll Federal and People Bemaallla ._. would consider man. Must No Selling .I an "m.and
) ."' ... Sod -- ?' "" to"rt Jloua. .t llartow, CD folder eentilnln Important have IM week 1.o. ..
.Alc. fool TI. (...... LI... dUPhTiU .. Prices StableAt Polk County, Florida, on the tots paperi Re..... Call MU S* good personality for Contact Mr. McDuffie 10.1 t* .. conmimea. TO BUY
) day of April. MM or MU4i.*, dealing with tenants. Posl- hl.he
U .. 1414, tk* earn boring 8'8-4.
U ..
Anal. n lUcbird I ,
DoiiBld Andrrion. dlimlual. present, the upswing Isn't a *".' .*..I" day Bt 1:10: p.m., 5 ton bonded. Eight hours a 310 Arcade BIdg. WI StAYS Immediate epenlnn foe Polk County

OUbrrt P Cop it, minor. |U., Tl hampered by the usual which IB between the lesal sal Ptrsanal Notices J) imbltuui, neat license.
signs ofan five men Liquor
:
days week.
hour a
Waldo C Ron dltailaMl I of doom' o'clock ,
( PI,., P>a.rBl ......!. and Laaa Ann expansion's demise. Inventories and two o'clock P. A. M a?,. BELL, ... Write P. 0. : the. ef II and :1
of .l. PfUrMHiri ..... TI HarronJunior the M. of paId day c: Mid ""' 10: loop IupotleS Box 1009, Laka- oh are ... .. la mikioi Write Box M-271
_.
following .
aw rt (I, SIaM ..- aren't excessive, loanarerst described proper Dial MO I-4JM land. 1 110000 a rear plua lop
crc. (.DO1Istio. martiato of tha "defendant A. M. Kenned foe eitlmaia. Culhereon Oaedwsr.TaAOlSG ..flle. with Polk Counlr Irod. Lakeland LeJger.

. PI.- :t. Corp. *''.. TI. W. V. Prrtrt a difficult to obtain and Mechanical. Contractor, ine., to STAMPS eurhaojd ci50051k. SECRETARYLarge ins Chmlar-Pliaieutli dealer. A*. .

dUmliMlrraaipltiKlllliart: prices are relatively stable. aallery eald tiecutlon and .root en AlIm.. to7 tart 5,1.5, 0""ir la penea to Ur e c !Rut.
I
Bqulparii P tne.. .
e. towit'flit North Florida ATenttl POP ilLS oalailbihod dsnolns
*W TI CH t'roo.ft C:. ei Laka- This is .a.61" I LkxnuONlCe TECHNICIAN. S- Local Plant .1
Unit despite the fact that part ef Lota I and I of "bile ....".. kuilaoei Idtal
0. dlimlaMl. LOIS SLIP e.... stej"jy ale IB Winter Damn areaMuil foe .
bid T. he upturn" well exceeds hurl I of Carpenter. *cond .o.u. awner-operalor. Por full de
Baimdrri i M HaraaBt the 30. lleinied Excellent '
Chestnut op.portualtr.
ui M Bl. 1..1 daciM BUXtlni u.OarabT month .Addition te Barrow a* _d. Ita.410'|....Drs.porlel. ... I Rrplr to Boi 00115.Luleland Payroll Clerk 't.l. write .te ,p.. O. 1. .t.
I ,Ie average for all 28 previous M In Plat Book kedipmda alto Must be fast, accurate typist nnd. Plo""
I .
.. .. at Par I, Auitrlaa (urtama, ....., : LoIs,.. .,
.
AVIS Part*. ln .. TI. tTalt.d US. business fUcord of Polk lorCHRISTIAN "' paiitlon In in ei. MALL OROCERV ellh
tItles
CanftUttcUon Corp.. tie finalludcmtnt expansions da. County.. Flori CDI 51r00, cads sad tsalalimtio., how- HILP Wlaled. April la and good at dictation publish IBM d.partmrr.1, tlaml Eitilieat
of
for plalBtllf. $ II since lylnjr seen th Allintlc. dnadisfos mobs, ,.. I IH.N quartr. .p..lunn'
12.11 records were first kept in Ii 050000 I Chlranir II..-. iso *uallfird kr eiperlrnrj ,
Coant r
luclll Vaai M.l.r no. A B situp 1 tv Line Railroad LKMM . Rd Purchasing experience de couple t* aupvlemonlreme
> anaimarr Hal '........1 t... daIrBdanu 1!34. AM EXCEPT; Retlnnlnr at N 0 US I NO hem' HI." b. oport Uie fallewini IBM I.b Poor hnltH-mim ..u
! a point on th open Special .".nlloa aleee. M iceD MEN ul.I" "UI."ot C.II 0510403.PARTOSIS .
and sirable.
Mnrtb 21
line of women le Age to 30. Good
T.lra C ardvlrk TI Otic a. Bard- It is being carried along by sold Let I 11." feet lout of the ...... ef ...11 patient, MO .D.. ..1. pisa, 01.1 401 OU OSS ill 1)0 WANTED In

Clara kU final, C u.n dKrw C J rUt., Carr,: corporations' high sales and tha .northeaat corner thereof; 1-128J. . Trsna.ortolios 'url.h.. salary and fringe benefits. 14- SOI "linen. stout be artive,irowln Down.till .

Sisal darn. dlareVBiud I earnings particularly In the then.* sooth tTOD feet thence AUTO INSURANCE Hsiii'. ae.cldenl .. Call 005.6504 54,,.> 1.. pirroll ooporleorsroouie.d. unlimited. Call after 10 a ai,
Carp ito automobile lout to the Allantlo Coast ao tniuraneat Slob Iicellenl ..tine lalarnd lone741.
TI. Irtaa .k-r:. (uil barb* at 11: and steel industries Lin. Railroad trenc* north.me.terly ....th. to p.r. Call MU44i. APPLY tempinr beatflt piaai. .1.... FOR 'AL', b.c

'th rararioiuri Cllr laTtnii. Viol ot BnMklraTI. and heavy investment in new Coast Lin alonE aald Atlanile -I DODY B PABRICB 3031 North .'OI..tlBB? m. frrltlni eiperlince itatlni .... ad .u>". 4 COP POll Coualr sod packupo lieuerIM.

RMlBild A K.u.lm Jr '0 so plant and Hallroad SI 19 feet Plorlda Oeiag: aut el lIu.I... ATTENTIONLicensed and talarulnment I. nock and egulpmtntIB .
.t liBii equipment. to th* north line of aald Lot S Pattern los te Induiirial Rrla-
al. dwri IcratlMln* 'aiortCkirln ill Button.. .t* .. Boa M-II2, LakilaadOUSE ,
..... On the strength of this the thenr eaat to lb. point of befilinlnt. = 'w. Insurance Florida StateEmployment .000... Dpat. ,, Aeiirir.n Cr. Lrd.r.
CTiirllr' ion >l s. On- .. Briwiler Phil.
old II W.bl tl Si.'r"nl item tortrloaint stock market has reached successive 1 A tide OHnder, 1 Bench a LEE picture and chats Its,.. Agents Service radlir, Plerlda AND kiuineii lor II.! k>
dud Itravmaflt. (Jrlnd. In*. Reawnibll. Ill Lake Isabel owner HuhwiF la tail ef Plant
Jf.fl Junior Wilmolh TI Ptiacai t new highs, adding tothe r, 1 Bud & TJe. ke r (D DrivePOM alto IQUAt O I"Trrl'.WPJYII" CU,. 0520725.PSMI.RPTIIOSD.
East Lemon
WHmeth, tlnil dMTM dlTarra I Jwaaw, I Tal.le Saw, I Thor MALE OR FEMALE Mi St. .
Frank ItrIl n al co-Hauler. ttcTI .. optimism. Portable Grinder, 1 Electrla BALI four mace lois ....- : eoupl ppor.
I It Durraliw ., u.. flout darraa American Telephone and Telegraph SIsal Uun. I klght-lnch BAD "lain aectien. Lakeland, Memoriallardtni Lakeland '.nlt. Wi for bert
lorarla Wi rliiaa Power sow, 1 F.lllht Inch ( MO 4.3433. after S i 15 Agents Wanted PAR'r TIMI. .u 0. I I. h.lp ... .II. with .
oi.
Folk Count, ,it. V.. v D Hifdoa alal Co. and Sears Roebuck Porta-eable Haw m 0...I. ,,oeiiugs. Plusrlu, and .'n. .
4 Kahco Nut.runnera aiira fIrst' ludimrnt, WIDOW WANT te .h.. hoimand MU .10' >a
ai to MITBII t tnlnmt" ., all donalBauH Jo- and Co., among others, supplied I n D Nut.runner* ..po..... Piiaeant room prefriblr if F you're interested In earning S4I.TIWI ".. located ea N.h.:, .

.... Tan. Bo".. 1)71: M .. .rllrhard ,evidence this I a's" BAD Ilsivy 5.Iuty AI ) aomeon ito 1.1.... Ref. $150 per week minimum AND P..I .n".1 HI_ Is, meor Wsunlslo. "101
W. A..d__. Carl U AadtrtoBat week that business Droll ......* eichanied. Weekdi,* aftIHIRLEY8 ..... IsIplul 0,5cm. '7111.
Bl. IT 130 19 is moving along at a high level. MONROE KRANNEii cr 4 sod Mo.'", 1I.'OIa. 'contact Mr. McDufrie 310 'l7rnInls. 15.. AYbu..I.
C.naw RtMili i>.. n. J iid, Malaif Hherlff of Polk H.h., ...
final darra* dlTarrl County, V* i PLOWER sad Hobbr: Arcade Bldg. 1 am Mon. HOUSE
Prink Hrbo K al ............. air Sears Sets Record Florida hop.. J340 BouUi Plorlda Complete "'N WAPtTLD. cloisill.csIltl ., .lOtCOIObIha Rnl' luincss Sits
... Charl..i T l.l 101 .t ill. I aol By KARL W. flVCLAIRE -< 110. ef mlilln.., '''P.II.. day through Friday $54. a ap'o. 1".0 100.....
dart". foraclailBl morltm AT&T reported record earn- Chief CHU Deputy ,........ materlall.
rraak Hrkb ft al *,.ilimt.rL airTI .. of (f'1' Old Reliable TOO SMALL? MAN IHTIUn a marie. IU.I".. rnennr ... ....11...
Jowoh H. 1Ir..1I IB* Prlnklt ngs 397.91S.OOO or $158 a Company nc .., .car, cr00.. U2e. CN.ISaO.77sllnr .
i.,. .'....11. IBBl datraa lorMlM- s share for the three months ended NOTICE OP SALE: CHINESE rablf b* married and PlIable Intereited .
KiortiH* TO WHOM In Pork. sopros. III
IT MAY CONCERN Ideal working conditions IUCCMI. D''
Pruik Hfbo at ii. aa..urvUiri. ill Feb. 21, compared with J58- Tou are RESTAURANT I Income aa l.b.l.nl.l. 030.105.
hereby rau eom
TI Ollb rl Cops al .,... notified thai No fur Too big Mike the P'o..I.
Stool I. collecting.
so the folium tnt in our WrIt.
motor vehicle l.d "I.t Irl.I. Csovilsa..sS bows. IH.
858,000 {143 I 1.ld. 100. Will
Iofs.lisi.isort.s.* or a share a
J.mf. t) Shar TI Mirr Aol Bbar.I' year I'H Diamond T IMe.el = WONO CHIME food ,..I.u. by company. move toward th* n ..11 Includlni 1 ., rerenrea ,. 't4..

final ...... dloor,.. earlier. Sales rose to $2,474S1J,. Tiartiir 8IIIMOI; rant for iile, Includlnr eeulpment nl.he ot dreams by check te Boa P-lll, UkilanOOUNTIR 5
your tidl.e. Coffee .h.., .
Woldln* Q?rM, Inc TI BoT.n BroUi.n '000 from $2,293,271,000 win be aId at publio Bale at 11 M CIrCUS Here lilA hoed II 000
. fin.. it... P1 l,, Cllm. In<.. Aa4rfw a year clock on tha nth day of April, and fan and from*.,, lood furnl Experienced Salesmen tog 'Home To* Sal*" i MAN vanted Opoo:: 01.' PrlatlBi builni... ". .
.J Brs.lI.l U., dliBiliaal. e arlier tool, at Truik ,,,roo dlnln tablet and ehalrlaide Also Apply App .
Town 0
Lakeland
PAst Pdornl' ionS msan I loaa Lois today. la eu".m.l. or. 11,6. plo Slopes
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Florida. The tablti weriln tablet anew e"llle HU"lt.. at I
.m..rl"
ef *t Pvtorvburv. *u.. vi Cavil Sears Roebuck sales for the proceed of th pal I I.
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Whit. will" be applied to th eaiea no.sg ill. Blctuniearvlnt Ape ..
Ior..ius.ta flail daraa t.
payment ci
forwfoilnt morlaaat year ended Jan. 31 totaled S31, Ohs coot of -< irreea door h.... dreothlni . -
Pint PMrraj iaTln.i aad te... Auaof ..1. of retakingainrlna; anr '."0". 1..0... .1.... ...... ----- ----- i 'IAN VRIVSRI madid Ea: JOHUBRENNANItealtor !
billion > aald
.t. ......bu... H. Tl d1.. COar crossing; the M-billion I Ih. motor vehicle am Vtrr .....".bl.1 blOt NfTampa .soeS no ononsoroperitar drAmirlran
100.5.1.I. final ..... forarlaatni mark for the first time The big rout of publication of notice 01 Mllhwar' Ptioni MU S.' I.W fat PSOeUs Vu," _LMLA... -4103
.. oslo end then to the B.tUfarilontract .'I Im.WaIor.Inn
mortaai S'44s. Bur Bll, or ladlvldual. LI.I. A..el. '
Pint Pnlrral I..lnjIsll I loan A... mail-order chain earned $261 ..f the batunos due snder tho 0"'" BUSINESS SERVICE oioInuo io.oPany. Complwllfnr ...
p'' .&. ...........,.. ttt. TI Wllllav, with W. L. Curry, ill Up 1- I leabObOi lilt .... fopS "'Ua...
I.. Oar*r II u. It al. Sisal.dactac ,million or $3 44 a share against I Pita Lane, Lakeland Florida, cry. U... I'... .. lalotO: . I
foNcUMinv Biartriaa BUILDING TRADES d .. ., WAND .j
ref.
Vankura WaiIT Tina the flaanclna; of paid motor 5551105 1. P01 ours to ..t. ff
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I ,., 'ehlile.. Any aurplua will b* paid DIRECTORY required, APPJICBBI. mo.i.I
maul i'tf/1u.JL:: : door LEOAL ADVEI'ITIIEMENTIN : l.urD6 adjacent la truck terml.n .
b.b.twe000JosdOO.
if loracloiur ) lo you. and you will remain JisOI: 55,05. D" imall central Plorld' Cltr.r. .
THE CIRCUIT' COURT' 14 Building, Carpentering 11515 modii tracter er a reaioabl .
for balance .
II .
any remaining .Uoe.
COUNTY COURTMarnaaa unpaid Terminal eui
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BlvMHl Vvima Rir. lieani io ..*.*..I.nd. andJackla TENTH POLK COUNTV JUDICIAL, FLORIDA.CIRCUIT..' nder .aid contract.AHHOTIAIKft. DISCOUNT :e ROOPINO.' WINDOWS, sl.mIauibdiol FOR YOU TO USE AS A QUICK REFERENCE SI ui In down finanimi" .&.Wa f.U.will d a... .I.moro. kr loured eompaar.pIll Good aceeiinliaid eheace

LOIUM Will., 91 LakilandOarr IN CHANCERY.CASE ('t.ISOO'UOIATION porehei, npalra, allotsSloop. WHEN YOU NEED ITI alia, coil Pirionnil. ddltlenil sIt, tr.de. leane
BiBllb. 14 Lakeland lad Mar 10 Bualh. le . PArS Warne -" Wil
HO. imt: UOTKET II By U B. Wllh-CLRR JR. par hblSdi,5..reiOOflial. Call
La Aiklaaaa il: LoU-lao< PACK NO }', Collection Ma..... Coau-aciini c......,. write Nertn American mir Winter Pier.A .
D.P.I..j .I.
Oad.
I-- Pointing ,
iTan.Wirna Buiford II takaland parunint J38 .
Phone MU S-llia A. Applanm .
BBNNIB: JO HA.-vDBBomn, Ua.2"
sod Judr PrlaiB* PraanaB, 30. LakaOrorca J35 tl. Kentucky Jan."j .
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"''' MU *->011 P. SaiL I Indln.
I.nd. rialnllff Lakeland, Florida .... POll repalri *n refrl*. SPRING arrcuu. will pain
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Jann Kiir>lrk. 14, TampB. -- [f.m CAIIP.N'tI: lLOCK and 111cC PIIOMP I
and AITIB Vlriia Tadd. JS o.Pt4 EDWAItD. __ HAvnunntTfiM.NOTICE _,k. ?lridu ....... 17,0 HU.mal. .... .1.' machinal, andappllaaeei. Mock trim. 0 sIres 1, paint Included MONEY MAKER
n ----- - - .. .I PAINTER
Arm. l* Traaul. 43 Pi 4..t. NOTICE: OF BALK = .. MU l-l 100. Thll Cltr Iw oartitre. 504,000ls.is.e.foriOl.
Mulct Triaur. 41 Dnndai : of SUITTHB TO WHOM II MAY LO.VCKRN: ..... Department, ..II. AU Bouiaeain INDUSTRIAL EXCLUSIVEFRANCHSE
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Jim Rind I. rldrtdii 17 MulbrrrTa You are hereby notified 11.101.'oll..lnll' .. ..
d BXIra Wivtri Oaab 41. MulBa OrATE OP FLORIDA 101 : .
motor vehicle) A te Repairs -5rlu-
:{' .._ EDWARD HAXDSftOUOMwhoao 1161 p..... Gatolln Trailer 'AI"TIHc. WASHING "..: Must be fully experienced
U. tail' for
aII. IU.ha'd. '. iso. and ma Ulnaaddreae .. ., ..iki from 110 COO to .0 .
ONESTOPSERVICE 111 0 iv.sual
Lakia rid flora lirmour tub ?. 34Pail. 5.1 UNKNOWN Prod Van 8# 'Ta040.U ENERAL TIRI Brntr Front i tlo' In painting al of surfaces ..
tall will be cold at public aale at 19: > )I- cod 'I'Dm."t. t..k and .a .t"" "., rraeonable prlcea tys 1..0. 5501.10 pout..n
to.vC1iiouVitltonrIiVn5.r. You are hereby notified thai a : t heel and Hud Mr. Turmin outside. b..I... Alrhteov no heel
.. and Paur ABB.Lak I..k.... 1k; 'lull for divorce haa bean filed i'.loek on the lltli day of April FREE ESTIMATES retread MTJ 1-1171. .8-IU. .1-3811. Extensive ell m bin ..U. location la huh ... '..
U* Truik
4. at Town, Lakeland I.H. Ire.quire.
s galn.t you In Ike above entitled I.Uo. ae aria. for
Picture
fromssP1CTURI
AUradufc| wRarald >s.
Malit I! 00.1. a.. U-Oil all. re. required t* aerto a copy of your will be applied to the pa> ment of) ... Remodeling Sortie Center, Silk North PlorldtAteaa he will be Sm r and drr ol..nl..I..I. renter.mpltte .
the coot ut .retaking and for thit lummer V.CBtlon PRAMla Beautlfuframei responsible .,
ChalulB ... WIll 1'1_. fa.nTrchlSpioii a newer or other written rlefenee.upon olnrlnf I..U."O faclorrtned
Walter %%. M.nley, plaint If re pals of said motor vehicle and Florida Rooms ..I." I".p..lo.. ea t. and "ouldln.Cuilem and for year 'round paint ....,... W. promol sour
: C* *U TI J Ch..I. attorney, ..t...addreea la P. O the rod of publication of nolle: ,..11, car, . . *. clod, ...... ualB'l Art Chop of ...ind. Bpeain. t Poses barS
modern local
OrlfflU. ll t.s: 0ttomeitk Box 11,4. lakeland. Florida on or of isIs., and then to the aatlef.i. "' Additions Repairs Seoul eeulpmcnt. Our mechletllri .. .use Orliani BUeet. MU i-MOl ing large, .anelnf kalanga' an ofler eon.ue .

t =i.t tVri, V Vrm hefore Ih* Und day of April, A. 1).. lion of U-. balanc due u"dKr the Storage Space tao otoorlI, ii 1.55,5 .0 .11 55' plant. Must hays full knowledge -II. a-.litincl. all e.mm".11

.and M Mmi. cIVIl atlion. 1 1".4. and befor or Immediately) contract wIll W. 1.. Curry. ill CI repubel. C.U O1v3233ANOnhon Plumbing SuppllstH of mixing brush and '20 pound ilant load ,
It" 1.1100. W. Cl Skit 'th.1
thereafter to file with the Clerk Opplta Lane Lakeland, florid., Roofing I. lila tha kuilneu, a Urn.
COUNTY CtAI, COOS of the above elyler Court theorlilnal coverlns lr-e financing of aid motor GroIn Stumps. H. MORRIS Do-It roanelf industrial spray equipment ..11' dtr cleanlnl thai will

ipvllan OaaiJ'Tw/Va. ..... aid MrafcaHgsi.tsw of said newer or aaldwritten ."hlcl.. Any aurplue will be PIU..bl. and Electrical Buppllia eluding its maintenance. more ntoner Act noel 1
dofenvea, If any.If p.ld to you, will remain BANK RATE FINANCING; Auto Seat CevtrsIND .. and dilleirrtool Poe full detail, nil Ralph' H..
? ...., en. "r. yen rail to do oo. decree proconfeeeo l liable. for nnt.r:,.. remaining .roDII.,pip cut mod threaded. PAY i" (.11.... BuilneM ho.,., 240.oil. .
unpaid under saId conreot.AMlH'IATFtO 'B AUTO Beat Conra. Cam sorrIeR .MM1I6K4I3I $185APPLY ,,reildenc, 111-011 Tampa,
lie
..p-pTn.CC for the relief demanded In McGinnes Lumber Co. '
n" !'1!?; AlhjrtB sad the Complaint 4'OKrtWATIONBy m ..1 Mam. Po.. MU 1-7110 FlorIda Annul. Tampa, Florida.Iniuronca .

: wiTNbrH try Sand and official" : L. H. V.I1K-E1.EB JR Florida State

'.Sl.T.'n&ttlW: A.. iambi 0..1 of offlre at Bartow, folkrounty tollectlnn Mana.., ::a 600 West Main MU J-3U1 Concrete1.1CfNaED Employment Service
Florida. this 18th day ofMarrh *n H. Kentucky Tour printlni U>
Sl'lr.tCr 11
Bad- fB.ppJlr"cr.dK AL I.
.. T U
B. dlt I:'. A. ft. 1964.IEAL Lkland Florida OOHCRETE *aauaelor Commercial fill E. Lemon St.
cl M 1.40t
? h: J..n DPI nn.uei. floor itdewalki4tepe . .. blihonruphlasRadieter
W. BBd.WiSTtSaz H. M-OAX. JR. I
JM Tl utm ( ) etreele. ...b.. palloi' andbrldiel er.ra:in Lakeland roTAt PROTECTION 'a jeurfimllr
r r:? 2 Clerk Circuit Court I NOTICE: OF SHERIFF" SALt: K. U. ISaIllSI.aIlsnd. > and propcrtr sos
? ""bo., "dMi Morl.
'. By VIvIan A. Po,vIa ..
: Under: and by virtue of a ))1. oni . and ana check.
1101 Service
Bapvlian u>* Cr Harm.d : IB* It f ... BBd Deputy Clerk tree Warrant laaued out of and SELL .r,.r A. smIth Aeencr. 413
rsrzucziitirliiar .fot under the oral ef the Clatmn Court South Plerlda Anaue. Phoni

TrlpWt NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS 0' Polk County, Rial of Florida. D..rl ANT TYPO radialar aervlc. NEAT APPEARING ,OOa-2lS1.

J.9'Lrud.nbsrs': HBrrall .1.! NAME LAW under dale of February tl, 1VI4wherein MADB drapei, allpcot- .1..1.*, reeorlni' ,.. rphulldlnePedd'a YOUNG MAN
TI. CU'TI MU FOR SHOE 64
ao..I Inveitmenti Irks B'di
543 02 TO WHOM IT MAY CONCEIT. DONALD L. CROSBY la upholiterlBl Tour I.b 6.clos.OADIATOSS.. .1 ,
I.":"Peidosbitri ... Jl... PolO. Nottoi I. t.r.hy pjyoo thPl the, plaintiff and ALVUTD STRICK.LAND ,i 000101.. Pree elllmatea ALES. EXPERIENCE
a ndrralfnM pnrpuant to tha "Flc- I. defendant. I have levied I our home role tarma a )131 .I BLOCKS aleanea .
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,. V Bra....IIU'. ,,. 1tI, n.lkH 5 illoiiB Nam Mlitula," Sartlona upon and will offer for oslo and ThoseUnneeded Tames Hiihwir. ... vikleli, Cfilo-Flo method Rair. .. NOT NECESSARY. APPLY

*" .. nell to tha hlghe.t and bait bidder all ,... ,.
OUBdlf .'. J1..B>1* too ,tMBi'i'o. M. I. of Florida, will refiner t. 0. 1302
I with the Clerk of the Circuitfourt. for coal at lha of the Fences South Plarlda II24B07.RtwsovlRg PERSONNEL OFFICE. DIVIDENDSPAID
'O'1t.I' :
.' ?:k"j In Bn for Polk County, Court Jloui at :. Talk Z
PVirida ; ':BBI Baak R. TIUkrlaBd S lorlda. upon receipt of proof of.h Counly, Florida, on the 7th day PENCE ..... _. I

.II rii... a1-o'.I". IIa. I publication of till retire. the' it April, 1M4 the name belnr alA.. no 10.. eaem.oLan.in0005. MAAS BROS.
PIswbd. legal isles at I '30 k under-
; 2 t h'lltb ruins or.. to-wit: LAKE.' d.y p.m., which -I wont *
.. I':. Ct:: :! .:,:,; rn Nil AND nUfiDEN: PAINT CBNhll ia between the legal iSIS. hour* ni f said. lakeland Industry, MO. I- FIt.EXPERT* .nweafini. of IIY meta,..
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i '' t: under whlth. w* Bra en..B.dn I eleven odock A. ).4. and 1..0< 41.40 .aU5'Otel en, call.ICettttat. Hewiarinf.N. Benc QUARTERLY
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Uncaln0.trd.BiBli.MCaB-'' ' 5 I bu.I".... Vt enprrt to .rubualnea ... o'clock P !II. of sell day, the film l .. 4M-JI1I
< ..... O \.4: I i Ii'n at til pintS Florida lowlnc deaurlbed property nf tl edefendant Fur !tvrt
,oi.0. I.7'ai C. i.up.rl 1.18 of Lakeland : A L V O fit STuCK 44 current .
It. .1. Avits In th* City a..n. PIe annum rite.lo
Gains (..te.. C.tiitWr u. LAND, to latlafy said eiecutlonnd RIDES II..' furaltura pneeiaUiafi ,
rinrMa.That. )1CI Items laeelal )* neededh .
.rald Tl. P. / CaB- Ill nartlea InlereatM In I eoita lowltCombination : Puinllura. Phone MaIt. ALL TYCIa io
$ .Id bualreii entarprla ar a.: Kadle-TV-Phono. .
BDeewa
1rV..JBrJiJOC.:: .... ".11ef R..I.inaranleed .
0< T. Prof ollowl IRon.ld I greph, ....h Hand, living room C. Compaar. *ll- tedar.FIRST

Ojr .". tOCOSCIVti T,. tort T. Bal0 K. Jonea-H Intereat churl (II, end tint.a 421. lucerne Tu 6 030. Rl'. ART TIME & FULL
> Interest aofa. dlnln- Ssinno 1..u..4 Os
Raymond C. Cono er- 4 room table 4 .1 0
::o,' BroJ': Ca.MT.4.. ... II. ... OuOord'oi '. I Dated at Lakeland: Polk Coun-1 chain, refrigerator. Leonard INCOME TAX Swimming Peels by ao.000 .1 J.,. 0' ,

Florida, April t. 1>.K Klectrla .love, JB electrlowaaher WithA >ue to our pro-
... 0lIVVo' : I II expansion
O-BrH. JWq
Bry. I bedn, che.t nf draw.
; and upI POOLS C t B A N S D, repaired.Igram which will Include
snaIl tahl ;
":::% ;: &t.. TB. C. U M..a- NOTICI: OF IHII'II"'I' SALEtour Irs drre..r. $ PI I aim. eherolteli. ..upplleiiment FEDERAL
I .. HOMtOPJ BKANNfcN & R Block Co. ew additional facilities -
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Oo"o.'BoV'C..er.i.? ... JIB. Wilk- and by tlrtu of an : of PolIo o ".H. 701 fail Main
Sheriff County, FloridaBTi
and under .
,utlon laeued out of .UIN. I second to none in this area
I I ,
FAIL lo
OoS.lV4.. C.."".. T,. tubS t. I ISiPS I oil the Claim. Court 01 r' CHef Civil W. HI.VLAIRB Iwputy .... .u.'. S I* S non L P Lam _I.. tall CIinNCloiutel. we are Interested In having SAVINGSAND
of Klorlda
under
0:::::: 'r: .;0M.0r.s. .L _orr.a1 I Poll dale('ounl of,. kltito November S, DOS.' C.sOd. JOe West Walnut St. ll- 1. three additional salesmen

llI t'osrfyt4 Ioddl', herein I Howard f: $ntepl-en dbaitepheni I IN lIlt CI"CUIT COuRT CI be
: =; Conrrel. I. plaintiff and I TENTH JUDICIAL CISCUIT' Phone 688-1958 TslavlslonsPOR Our salesmen must amtious LOAN ASSN.

W..B. T.r ffoerm 55 di..' POLK COUNTV, FLORIDA.IN . self motivatingith .
Crl1i C."I.... i Mitt H. 15. k w ra rT w TELIVUUON .repalri 540! ,
' A PPa.I591 : fendant t have levied upon and I CHANCE"*. Lamp Rpllr make. fait rellalil airtlce,5 a desire to learn, must
Ou'::,:.. ; ..,' II. fool I will offer eal* and Bell to Ih I PATST RODUEItB PlaIntIff tU Thrill MU lU. sail OF LAKELAND
rrI. 51002' no' CI' honest and
P10KO. 00. Jell'Visa. ilcheat I beet bidder for cool I LAMPS, REPLACEMENT IhedMLama b ..obr.CONAC .
ies.artl esrnuklk CO. .t Ih. front door of tr* Court JAMES EDWARD RODORR8 LEDGER ,.r. and repair. 1".1I'udl. Radio & TV 'flrnntownm 0 mouse aS Tsotnrnei

k. 124324.Dotti. lorE 5- Di1'. s500. ...... His,,* at Bartow. Polk I ofo.r.:1; : DefendanLNOTICE eoiu ol.. Repoin'AJj'kllT : 0:005 Pork: CrslaI LoIs DrInuas

:: riorlda Ci lbs Mih day OF SUIT ...MO 5.4425. KAUIO *lid T VSel>Ice, Idsdonbeool
Dr1I .:J'u: :" '.I 1114 the urnS brinE. a nil aaleaday THB RTATB Of FLORIDA TOl .,...ol'u. preefln. aflei' Mr. ..tLAKELAND

TB Jo IMio at 110; p m.. which I* b.t.1.h. JAMES KUWARD RODOERSAddreea llw.mowe RspalriLAWMMOWEIt :coot Mt la sic
Ordrsid PIBBK Cor . l.a.1 Mia hour of. elerenlock Unknown era Bhop a fair price. "o.,,

"8: Sl.pa f .. .. A. )I. and two o'clockP I You are hereby notified that aeult : WANT REPAIRINO. *..| 'rour MI m and .10I calirdi LINCOLN MERCURY Mortgages
J ?J5r"7fo
DJ.: sass ..... ... .f .. day followlntdeetrlbed I for Divorce has been filedBgalnat io4 wale inirpened Bur aadnowtri. I ... Radle MU for personal interview 6
c"cats.. sspaV, proper) of the defend-i you In the above entitledcauie. ,.I Ktaier, 120 Lanler. 1-1170' 411 L000fllao. snob lei at,. loll raflBiaee PVA

'f'o-'o" Csia0. 535 sot. II. M. M.rsaret Pointy, ; and that you are Keren) IU 1-9340 :Joe..i Mnw MM" sod .unl. .. Pint MuckosiO
_. LimO' :
Vi. ,I .aid eiccullon and coat 5' required to rv. a rep e' your: c: .
..... .. tDf..r..... o1f le eallefy UphalitirlngBaarrr Corp norida, 10* .Plar.
Q.PI 5trc:>wrll"Ill..... aid C : anawer or other written defenaeiupon ISO A.... MU 5.3137.LOCAL .
"one11 57 Lincoln 4 door fcarci- Brniley, Miller. Hinder, Carr, 56
Sal.lml
*sisrsBt .l=. no Balli.'" Aito. Jon. CBprlTHerlal'wS7WAI. IIU.IM4 Chile ,Kll.worth: plalntlfr at- AD II I UPHOLBTERINO aerelee. BlAIONtD mart.
I300L IWW-IHO. Hen In lorneye who* addre.a la I' 0 I Blip eever* and drapei rea jose. n. eo .te 18 0. P in.natloB .
tat BRUSH
au. eti"' co".T I mount of 1315:0. Box 441, Lakeland, Florida, on orbefor (tt. See the "Business Oppor :...bl.. ..oiUmatei. pick .rta a wetk BIB la BVMBII area 5kb,. *.

Loky. ...,..oe.IH IS1H TV, cabinet type sod ski I4tk day ef April. A. DIM4 .50 i dll. Phone .. 0'reut Yen can "_Ihl ...

I': P. fod.udor table. coffee table; tree lamp! and befora or Immediately tunities" ads In today's H..UI.'U thai much lo .t. (554040
Jark55 Lyariri table lamp; thereafter to file with ire Clerk .C.I..
Klreetone Kadlo. I '-1 P M. te MB euallfr -
alL .Ivol rhalf, S' S1 ootton"ui. of th* ahov atyled Court the paper for the best buys Ve.I.. Ilnc.V&RfCAI ,. dealenhlpSALI8MAN. . SURE EASY
throw FUjI! I'1' roolchalr rlglnal of pill an.war or Bald ,
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OS ,mEELSLAGRANGE. .... If DIAL AN& WANTI tor homldelltirr
VET LAB couch; double Sled S ntttn( d.f. anyIf b'IIDLI. ,
AP-Fol. I
(
Ky. twin bidE: ,
cambane hatoltal. ahead
eowmohlle I to push is to
way
oonfeiae will t>* entered ..In.1 .t.ho. b.n.f&
eleetrlc aiovtr"f ni
.. OK
book : ., ireue .., aid
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of the Air-Lit I-"7I7 i..I.
lowing the tradition tone.; .mall l'uo.II..11I1 you for th* relief demanded In theCotulalnL I. .1 : Applr Bordeal DeIty, turn to today's "Automo-

mobile. Dr. W. E. Bewtey.vetr I I round dining table with S .., VI IF YOU WISH TO BE LISTED IN THIS t h.U. Wire Drive
VVTTM5B8 my L.Cw I ille" classification for a
Danan. his Mt up a labon WWMlwISKlOIJ: BRAMVBWherlff or 0"1," II I Polk I VAN WAWTID .lo ivpelr Raw.in .

with operat. of POSE ColitIs at5', "olcI8. this lOOtS day siWA I MU6-1151 BUSINESS CLASSIFICATIONDIAL Predueta lo coninmeri Into a f e dependable auto
complete
wheels
D W Poll Co Good time le I act

tag table surgICal tools, W. PIHOLAfRE'SSot :tI'.L UoI. Jfl MU 6.1 1 5 I-Ask For Classified N.nib cipual PAC-47 reoulred.|, Wllie Mempnu II..., mobie.News .
Clorl ClNUlt Court .
microscope and) a refrigerate.1' Civil 1Jepoll' 11.11' .. T.nn

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FINANCIAL '* -- Mobil Hornw 129 "mlihs< Asortmsnti 131 fe Rent, Miscellaneous Uf Unfurnished NevusTWO
Articles For 103 Furniture & AppliantiWESTINOHOUSE is!
:t. Sal.-Mlsc, furnlihaS I mod

6$ Mortgages (8 Dogs, '. .PIID Oro"hi eO'O.i! S T A N D A R; at Jo wren TWO..,. .BEDROOMS ,
autfll 4>l Om. D-3'' portbl dithwuhtr Mechencallr I. ... Includ-, **. ceuotrr borne ..oro .
BOARDINO .. 12. I..d. lena. Ir/ol. cabinet iliiht:: HOME INBURANCB nlo. t... .111.1"R.I,. *ltCLOBB Downitalr SouUuld apartmeat .
Chrl. tOd Ted ete-mt "'or 0._ d.m. I.." at II. aniElectric PARTSDEE'S : ,..3.al UNFURNISHED DUPLEX S bed.roomi. .
F.H.A. : $ w. J S black *ebol*.
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I CONVENTIONAL1i Uul..rrr ZoO'.J HARLOT isuo II D.ld.boat '74.lsud... ."" SECTIONAL SOFA. 140 TV:a*, lorlm.ol.IN, tl2 I.e 6.len- til. waelout*..kl'.'j 132 Hotels, Apart. Houses South**orporl*. . Hit. Carollaa.

and ET1YS eleclrla Jolinwn tibia. '31. Bdria furnlturWealtBlhauea S Clark SaLly. 1'7 ar .

fettlanil' .V-S .atlckihUt rlrl'JO..1 avea. MV ..,._ I LE HOMES Ml.4031 lorolo.. PARK AVENTJB Ro.l. eealer af tet. MODERN two bedroom ..

I Plei 1313 'It. 14 InterniUonal I\DISK AND MORTGAGE 81).48. truck. ro 5.5,10. le. .21 "... .... Trill .. MV S MM kbtoke,. 05. blocS DI.I.1ud.h'D..I. *. Low Bonthlr, .ki. dailr 553-5501.
i CHIHUAHUAO 100 mllei 1400 .Bulck ... 313 W. P"'. 503. .I. far retire .. CLEAN TWO kcdroMB duplei.
C.II and heater. Refr .. SAVE .: Tw* lane ..0 3117. 5545137.ThACS Food available lane cloeeta. clote etene .2Otceola. .
LOANS :50-3500' with top r._,. .. ." .. 1. 1
oo. Inquire
1'.10' ROOM true apartment 133 Mobile Hsmt P..lt
.
30 laui 130 New 23 to 50% sod bed
REOISTIHCD ". I* 'IT Bulck private. lot tl". Una UM of wuher 'and dtep freeae RBNT OR ..I. *lr todilt.
To rnik.yourropntpit, months mud Old ..807 on Btrlcklaad Roe. onBACOK'S condition Rtttoaeble Child aoeepud 140 per month one betutlful, Md. ,
I til or rour dream home eailer mervIn*. .mill 'Pit lust Walnut. Ic MODIII I..lo. dlBlni Florid ilde.
t I to awn. take advantan of aa NU a.3l. PIRIPLACI to 1.01154105 ., eawnablo 300. Florida
AIR
eat;.to-lit FHA loan You can 0. .0dl'and tl.. Call : 5055 WhilI.? S .3.': CONDITONW101.0. IoU 12.1.71. .
I obtain up to 17% of thi flrtl BKAUfTrUL ..U. I 3.5450. unit. 01 500-0310 nlibt AIR CNDmONI thro bod
f 11300 of vilue, and up ta 00% houeebroke Courte. 410t North PlorWa .Oil RIDROOM Sucalahid room, b.t. Terr cltaasouthtldt .
of the tint |3>.000 with puIm.fltc' niture \ VACUM. .J. Blbr Fritr room. pull up I nut. 3.0..,1 .
term up to 30 rear*. todar d'b : :: .. ..1.0 .. 111 a rain Complete MU'' Or for rll" Cull MU W .
for complex detalli. room aofa. tta 4 mini room *alte* N&W MABNR.duplei furnlthtd traitor. BEDROOM New
.. I or wetltnde NICK TWO bedroom l.bl C I.UI.
Priced Lou I Adult oil, WOWS
AT STUD at a* or I decorated
U
Conventional leant t* 71% _. and water I.
.rat brtd irandton PISI .MU Orowl uar.a. I7S. (MeiMCOMPLETELT .. ..II"ed. tto month 1143
of appraied value I pmm..tPOLK new Shoots $8993 and IllUee .I.b. el Mart Dor- 10OI.he. lL
term pf 31 run over It hindu >ra. BAH clrUMie load II up. Tracks, Trailers PRIVATE ctoaneentrallr Ida. ...101. I. Rod. Call 4M4UTAvallabl .

..nt hunteri iiikl _.... NI. Far ipectaeular I SavlBii i : 1..I. four rm.. Alto CLEAN MODERN bouo. iii0-'u'r 0' mull
leaf Ranch .11. U. '_. n 0400. two 1 lurol./e P.lt'OI. rnl
COUNTY Haven . 1. I .Ik.ln C'I \ 3 traller, .0U..... con.dltlena 1w. _rm. $50.
.
south Florida
VISIT 53102.FOURBIDROOM
furnlihed Bu* aooa
: : M
PUHS HidOlloG ". lii. sew BADOCK'SUse I Keel' Hat ked. ,\ Ion OARAOI APARTY.NT St .07 110-tit .VIIU..kl'. Iwe bulls b....

MORTGAGE CO. I lerrlera.herdi Our....."" mliii I-MU .-IU. Fmitur I.MM, North V.mool. 510. I.. a..TWO BEDROOM trailer on privt one block Iron loll.,.. llo a

I au. If M... A... melee '10. I CLOTMISO ; : II :I otues Sod 5.5 10.. lob Inquire at 3331 Dllle ".oU. CuIIMU '-11.
NI1 ...71T3MORTOAOE >J5. femaln mod tatkele _. In Mulberry ' RENTALS VERT NICE. I lane ..'ass apartfurnlthed .treelTRAILER. MOOS ABUNDANT ..hlJdtolrin.suborbuo .

uroval 0....... Natllake eh.a.piled pel- rtie lavtBii ran .. will morihaa 0 m.o& (01" It.DIIO.. 31'. DtllltlM lur."ed 1m. lIfe smo POOlS
( ANII-A ,0mol.l. 1C e3..all week 10 rour .k* sod Ut o too two blorkl .ul of Edie- BaSs, .... 0' W"I loll tn this ,ull Ib"
i. MUI. wood Open and So,. Cor000tor'S Rom.. .. an sosrp plae*. Do."
.crtr, C onv'm tionsi. FIlA. mflOVA. I T ," o PlIUI 'e .f" brOI.
89 le'dar MU :45a.OIOUND 3.10. I. for 1100 5
lOaf II"" ow totecmtrmtato. monet I .onl.
1. 12
.,. Connnirilon loam Rra I : : PLOORotlnupllw. Inipect Sod alert paeklp.ll .
....te loans 01cm Imorov.m.nlond P105. I wHim I .. eicellent BOOK .Ip''a.rear-1552 W. S. BADCOCK CORP S ft, Offlcei ateel bulldlni tarloua sioos.I con.! ""m.nl free Uundrr, facllltlee. 134 Mobil Homo Lets Realtr ..3138IUALL .

Debt Comolldation I..n.M.rl. MU 1..U7. .. 1053-1551.H'dllD. rea ; Mel Rudr. Realtor 400' rter.lloo. Orow Trolo Cltr.Barlow HOUSE Iou mile cut.
... .urch"d. t.k.'ond' . Star* aad W..h.u_ Hi.kwur.
0 Mal
M. ,.... 205 mum NINE YEAR lll.I.. 1. Sisal Mulberrr. Florida Pok. LAStS aONNY POur .I.r Moblii510mg Dad. cur HI.I.. do week
Corp T.n.n"'H
: : .., 0500 Ia IIJ 1741.
Aoenue 182.8173 food with .. 1 I. .2.1; Mulberrr HauriSim AIR CNDITIONI.one bedroom ParS P60w I.
die and t a d d I IR. HP Bnei' to I p 10..tor. ,, Prl nit,. M SQ. FT. ..I'.nl. 1101 lrloed. utlltiet Lakeland HUB and drr Municipal 1'IIRCI BIDII. .0. b.UI.
HOME 1MPROVFMENT loam to 003-4045 tlrattan .sl I Good eondl until I Prefer ,I. I. electric, water aol .er. soap ., Combos s_
repaint or .dd Alto FOR RENT! jdulta. Care for utter boa llnaa. Black
repair on Open All Wedneidar I "11 Three bedroom
MU D..rl
21' rut call 3 1741 "ooU.
Debt Contoliditlon Prompt ..r>. Ovvr to aiio D itor.i leivlniFlorida ,. orsubosoc*. sow ... Pak Snopplna e. 1011. bulk. Lake .
T.n.I.o.
Ire Lakeland Mortetit CorD. FLASHY BAT. .a D. Store Buldlo.! MU ..I73(. I ,... OO I.t flihlni. sod near Mhool end buS lint. L ..

2M couth 1 cone.... Avenue it itud 1W4 '. .. . .. .* Lakeland' Bter Ideal NICELY PURNISHID duplei ne toil . Uf North CrreUl -lockout, R..ter. Broker, UTf
.. 1. A.lt T.10. *
(I2-(173 Arobl.n PlIes tok I 111 No Iold. Are'Sudco.i "'a ol. or medical .011.... MU S.1(14 between t Lake a7. ..a'3.
freed our mood 3'pie** llvln will You GARDENS Mobil
111.0 RI.h.SIE h. Un. sod 7VERY LAKELAND POUR lotelr
HORTICULTURE him and let. a ..... ItMi .. SIlO .. nth. Hom. Park tw* mile west an BUTIBIB b..roo... two bol...
reiutration Fte. :. .o Bo> IrO' er R. Tuok.r0 I'. NICE duple Lane both. Drool Field and Old TampaHlihwar rendition me. SIlO Silt ClarRealty
II per dar I HIM R.I. Dltntr eloteti, tcrMned porch ahuffltbaarda . .
71 Ftrflllier, Feed, Soil ible Trienile. ' fertlluer....... 10 lb. II Ot WALK SALE 13.I .rl.*. MO S.19J.. 10M hal Ror.100. h.l... Paved (864031COUNTRY
Florida Phone 1..11.
HOME
bro. aultea complet CORNER WIO. roada. Llihtln ...- Lro. b.

GROUND PEAT murk Pros mn( IIIS1 I DIXIIND. D I PL.X. clean tot?. cl..o. modern Clark.I"oll. ,. ttt-
to I dlnitt I on. t7l
iou mt.... Located 2200 E Vain ..pl.. . 131II FURNITUREOdd P LEASE I., .lom.. . bU. Screened FivE ACRES with will and aep- 4331. Ral
Fat O'Neal,. MU 2..31. SJci 'f I U. TV* . .. . I4III USE Mo Kentuckr and .n. block tla pined road. bade and
: Ilk. three bedroomt, Owl
CLEAN PHOSPHATE land folawn .1 3 SI powir mower I ... {S and u;I nalunao 04 avail- Irol. .Publji.... us Foil Ore. ..Ad.. .urd es.pur.. "100. .0 WAMI 311 Marr.line. feuroomt ,
Alto tend .nddtr100rtil A I.. bookl... . .. 141 IS Odd end and Cocktail a*. feet plus loadinc 113.3011CPP1C1ENCY. EL SHADY .. Clark Realtr, ..(.
E Dat.. MU I'3011 litered tr lood UKd sWell ant .. or phon.' Rei Tooth LOT.. Ium.bo.rd. .04. 4331.
limited time . ., 50 tables and Drive Tula. : UTILITIES paid Irs 011..ho.
up . $5 .. 11.01
COW FERTTLfZER: for tale, IK ilble for ,.. pilot 13 I ulloa .. up. .round Call MU .. and leundrr Clean ral UNFURNISHED FOUR r.. imhauiei
a ,load C.U J.mci Price MU t. looms Cur .rl sloth of Plumblni inn'( Sofa beds Cash 385.3429 3.2930NICELY. loor. Wllld. el trallera. TOrn stIlls elo.e to ohOI. 130 138
0117J jdtptibllltr and .. hone e..0. Ideal for imill Ifll .I73SBUILDING .
I and each IU(I rVRNIlHED eotUtt. r. ,
W PEAVY till dirt III.. rock VIruS POLY FOAM RUBBER carry .. lou In. air conditioned Bewlrtcorattd LAROE WOIU. home 101 WIll BUXTABLB do bam
SrknMU
ort,er thell cl... photphate ....dC.II OUTLET. ;3-J piece dinettes each $l!I Apartmsnti aulet permanent adultl rest or .01 Scott and/or mill btitlneu. .Clou liKathleen
MU 3.709S lost Lima. L.k. LakefrOBt 4d2OOIS.MOBILE on lo.d. UU 1 3S.4.
Wi Cut suet
I Ao : 1
GROUND PEAT 13 cuble rard itfird. 90> Poultry WI PAY -Maple arm sofa FOR hAtS 0' root. two Hd
HAVI nlcalr furnished ;
$..., Pest C.mo.n 4251L.kelmnd beds OR anfurnlihed prl- .IVIRAI .. I. Ohs roor. .
each LIVING
$12!
Good I .01.
l0d Puolur ... antraac .n 00 t* Iwo '00 klloo.tlAl. with prl.
Hill. Led ... .7... ... I .n' ,.
QUAIL EOOI p and olbl,. Nan** Apart- ate bath 1..obl. rL. 1(0 I ITS BESTWb
White .13 00 6-Chest of drawers {10 up1Nice I S.444S. month lit UIII.. fur. AT RENT OR Mil IhiM kxlroom

72 Flovvirt, Seeds, Plants 0' Japanete. no CALL MU 3.2044 dresser base .. $23 nitbed Win .rr. rD t atabla not SIns at o tour tier park two kith built la kllh.lI.
I
Dar old cblcki. . bdom... 1.1. dependable couple few 00 a lovtlr" laket Ono that has. ,ernoo.d-l5 .
CLOSINO OUT Alter and map. Douberler. 410 l Trading Mart 3-Good reclmers $35 ea.ILink .. bui. Adult. "cloll. ..... rendered br ladr 113- ,dIr t,,,. U..,.. fine dIDkl.MU t.net. .rel. oe
dreion plentt. tl 00 per 100 Olr.et. Avon 2-7" .illTHREE. ..1. dlroct Dowse ", ,, ". .
while they lett IJ1 lOll Lemon 01. 3.4199. Taylor dresser CLEAN three I" for minimum Ii Icitlci I .. TWO SEDRool. .to. relrll
OS. HWT (3 EAST .lrol. : AND S ourr.omupar I. erator Avenue. elW '
Ord'
(60 ,. loni with all me fun lips II
LIQU8TRUM. VIBURNUM. hAl,- base $52]I mUll .IB town Clean nlcelr fur "n OH Sunder altar
floss thlntt .
CUI. Jaimlnt. 80c Carlna. b... 92 Wanted, .... ... Call rubblih .collection. ol.he. ISO Bienuilr. adult, IB' and nation 010 laIU.ourso I PALM son,. 190 month
wood rain tries. wlllowi. nnaplei. 1-3 piece sectional .8'1. Avail- South New York
. ,. oul.22 SHORES MOBILE VILLAGE Wl
NEAR In an admired ntlih

I "Bottle..more.bruih elm. ",pyracentha Imo... oakt.. 75o II. .Ind.WANnD'Will A P.few. I (blue) ........ *2SU 1, clean oul.1 ten. 130 Furnlshid Houses .r. .Juit Alfred nortu near at l.. .11I.on M.of. bohld.LK..TlL.u homo .twbedroomi ..

( Owe a"I Nurwrr. 4332 South Plo,. P0.0.. 0.1" cu. ft. Food Electric .1 IF Road I '11. corpora.Lltrhes mod
\dareaionablr bull.lo rn.
WARD luol.h.e Adult TWO .. I.....
------- freezer, like new $17 IIIDROON hO" Adul.HI' 0V55. 100 per
CAMELLIAS AZALIA ro.... II.buoum. l. 51. pots, 10 bu. WloUrd L
Pod".rpu.. .101.. hi. one and permsss.ak Ro..oe.. lD11I0011 35 Rwomi Per hot 010..111 cull Onenlns., 503-2O50. ,
I bltOu. uotoo. m.n oth.... Fencing NEW FURNITURE liner,*. utllltlei fur. . .,.. rOld.o.

1137 priced lOlL Oleander Andrrion Street Nurterr 9 5 Bicycles MUST GO! .. Motel. 4100 New NICI TWO bedroom. all ..Ittl.klth.n. LARGE ROOM clean. Bear kua BOUTH81DI b.th. ao Hlbllo POUR WoO bedroom. '1.. Iwo p.Smonth.
CHAIN LINK or anOOllt < .
'hona (13.3373. 58 C.I MU 33090.T iO.nl.m."rl.rre 0.0
TRIUMPH AND reclmers, ail APAII&MINTII III 1.1.. MU 2.13. .
W 0 BEDROOMS compllMlr TWO BCOROOM haul off >>r
73 Foods, Fruits VegTbles sod odela iirvica iport For Protectionand colors. .. 15!.95 and up .T."o_ Rtitonabll urnlthed 411 WooS Belmar. III I!: FOR pnm$ Breea* eondloned tow Road Wattr furntihed >nddm
u h Drl .,. hot and cold water In , 131 month MU
per then call !
lock Lakeland JU aesK 12993 and up : bath IIIODb.. iPsO eallr mold ttrrloe' . .
.. R DIckS ball. ro.
FRUIT FOR SALE Bat or bulb- Weit Memor Beaut. .d W.I." 1' 1011 Mre .zo.
.. Oar ajan-
.1. Also trapped Woolen Fruit 4-Sofa and chairs 2 end- I.rl & Lust .pnent MV "IJ3. 11 per .k. UirM bedroom CB
BICYCLES. ONE adult. Bu (12-7145. Orani IRND NEW
Stand. 3101 North' Florida Ctt011 (8eol&rli. clean outboord.... : : MU 25103FOR 1 Cocktail tables ..., $99 : : .lIouU THREC butt. ntmtlei ROOMS optional.. coupl o with bummed I:Ho.1. 121 f.rU Kcntuckr A.. .ichooli. near and 50015551.ohpplpo km stop.

DELICIOUs TOMATOES. SOc apound. Rn..n'bl., aHa : FREE 1 Heyo Wakeriel FURNISHED." one. ttore. MV t-3t](. ICLOB I DOWNTOWN. .0. ISO per noath Mil 3-0121

S poutoda for 61 00. Th.Tom.to 3.73. : .. .tm.ol. .NICELY rURNISHED cotUae week 321 .rl..t Mework MODIRN TWO bedroom duplei.
Hou.. a500 Lout. M.ID. E8PA MOTOR .. ESTIMA TESLQUIATION .. 3.381. Adult *nlr. 123 Bail PalmtUoStreet ."M'J S.40J.. Kitchen appllancM and waIst
5 OR SemI furniihed MU I.2111LAKEPRONT lurnl.h.d. MV 3-3110
-Maple formica
iri Old top
"
'
Lake ,.staur-
LAROC bu.
Morton 113 meat
76 landscaping 0' MU 2.7.00. nlte, stand Drive Fhon MU TWO IM kooa.. 13. lust 'ado. ROOI.. attMt parklnfn NICE CLEAN bouM flw ansi
1065 HARLEY .... SU.o I 10.1 .L South New York l3-0t2 oomi Batb carport, ..Ir foe
.. 2-Bahama ileclrl' Hove 00 SIt' ..
4 HARDY SOD CO. .1.. 74 model,. Childrenaccepted
16 Health Lawa Orataea for UHd car lounge ... each AND..n Iroo&, .". "m'D&. Cal HOU81. .m. ... 136 R>.mi With Beard Road adulta.Phbna BO peti. S141 7JI Combos
$29.9
& CARRY .. din. M
a* nett-children ..
FREE ESTlMA'f'ESSlk 97 Articles LUMBER CO. 17-Pole lamps $3 93 each retired Iurl.& 113 I. PURNISHED TWO bedroom bouteOB BARD WITH lunches to t*. POR RaT. flv. room and
.3431. I ., two toll. fruitr &
N Ollmar MO .-.... Mlaeola DrIve. Com bet room Untenable 132 .
AUTO GLASS ITEMS ENTRANCC acreened II.d. Call MV t.3443 of. Hit Oak It..1 .M. IUI..a 0'0.' Kevin

77 Nurssrlss arti Initalled MODEL v D. 14 MATHER room bedroom :FIVE ROOM houae. three room Avenu 545 month Wt& Mo.11. .B.d..
elil Clltf Ward . 31 UnfiiraUhsd C.1
MU 3.0011Ided UNIT. lust DIIIII Convenient. Couple luth.. eatUia. .1..lrl kluheae TraIler AMrt. MO ..3Z8. a.7813.
Had a r.. pace. Jload MU
CLOTHIBL1NI IrluUo. 120 FURNITURE t...9.. CoURT ApnnawBt
DAY'S NURSERY In. job Will tell LNCLN
r0400nd S mod .10 for Mlortd spa
KATHLEEN .. WOODS PLANER with Ihev. ; I Clean and DUPLIX. THREE roomi and 2 3 4 3 BEDROOM
41 b.l. North and Waet
820 N. Mass Lent spud 'I. LI 'U ,
balm |g to I fan and blowtr pipe. Work. Ave. MU 24131 .. .101 Vo eleaa tit par week .
\t Corner Chtekwood Pin StreeLltuitrumi ,I Home dcllverr. : H.. ihaftlni belli and .t. lurol.h. p.r "ool. Corner Like Av.uuoomd 2-JM
Include cut nit C.nnoo. MU 3.3l3t. MODEM THOu tlfctrlckitchen Duplexes and houses
'r 1100 Wiuord a taw 1300 OPEN TILL 9 R. Pon. .OI man
? t" to I" -14 10 pidoaeo MODERN opartw.mt. full katb iround floor, furnished
ROOM HOUSE tc or
.. ROOM furalihed- partly
P aallon ,0H EVERY NIlE I'L I .dult. iiii Nrar .._ dowatowo.Adult. ;
a can t to 10 panellnt Inilde. .for 114 Bait rard Carport. 731 Oar. .ko
Ii 19 to per doten eallon can 10" / torU 5.7230. nished. Some near Sears
,, bOllirnem 051 wute, h..",. dim Street. MOP 0.1001.PUHNISHID .
to 13 -4(50 pit doten *aUot, : with Ille-tlmi .... 12.1.13.IN nand
.4 can Verr bu.hr. Every : : llvlat, and .. TWO duplta t7t Montgomery
.. only 1 too. Ihl. beat a Clean cheerful Nice COTAOr r. month. duplef tot
f Vlburnumi I to I.".-as per" do.. L'o h..... 104 Gas, Oil, F olPROPANB Clot to ihopplnt Carport. . I.undr.. lol.nl..lk. Nepeti month Southild Leaks, Real- Warr1
on rallon can I to 14 -1(50 00.011..1. .
Per doaen talloa can Verr buihr. AUCTION ,d.TWENTT lap SQUARES of Second porch. 10.. "rl.1 Mil Cast ... lot 4341 503-7544. I

I eouat Tress. : S' to J'-II. IIto Pcrmirlr Thi .tlmt roof aibeitoi Wr tIDII.. log. hot .OAS for Irritation c okln(. beat- water. .1..0 225 WIBlA-ill.. 1.0 bedroom. LIILAND'B two KSWEST bedroom SomalI.. MEL RUDYLMLA
I 6 3 -750
w. Bur .t. lodu. '70. Adults. !
or 130 FT STEEL SHAFT. trial u*. a .or"1 no Pl. ment for adult, Central :.' REALTOR
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.
Powder Fuffi: One old. Oat.mm 4JOI Rwr .38. II' l. .. bailer
r rear
>
Ood for noil. cattle aerial' Oat $. I ELECTRIC kllh'O.1 10. and alr-coadiuonlnt. Built
cam tl Red In color Phone .. Auburadala J23 1007THREE. MORTGAGE BROKER
it* >9e per f" Hltnwar prlvati lulled electrle ranie Clott to colleie
( Brldalwreathi: Double-Buihr _' 0.,0. > TV S from .TI SHOP TABLE. 4 TU West Hen-! lua. bath two I I.110 per montn Phone t2at2 1527 E. Memorial Blvd.
lloomlnsl.0Tre. iteed. w* feel loni FrIes 3113. porchet. all kitchen 555monihlr MODERN TWO bedroon duple:
dial
:: .: Two remr old $150M.rlnldPelunle. tr.d..ln. ...... ILl SCRAPER for '20. 10 J.w.lr I 2230 Lanler Liquid street nei.ubUa 3334NSW Sour itorea and schooL t7t 688-4107 any time
B FOR W..hou.
Servlc MU
W. PAT month Seo IllS South
otiS
told
BIO SHOP STORAGE CUP RE
00
41.mood. I
.. med Plnkl rv 4>4 N . 2. eolo..old told East 1..1. T000inure.
4 50.500 .lIlr
100 pot do..o.OPEN HAVI II ..lion 7 It Ineh.. d.'I N.I. . ...1". 10 lout* FlorWE hallS: AND. .dto. frolh.d.. II. LOV ELY NEW ent dulei .
klll" .umme .roo. 140 Wonted T. Hint Mix.
10' .
SUNDAY/ 1 P. M. .1. 1.00. CABINET for 128 er vnfurnlihed Kedec. r.IAI.. Adults peti 34J5Torclewood. tile b.t. '.. permanent .
188. ..
: BUY animui cloeki kllento equipment 34ia Eatt Burnt
AT EAST SIDE IS. Jewelrr Alto dlamonda .th.plat terrauo floor Tw* ....1(24ULUXE. NII ATTRACTIVE homo ,u,.
PRICKS OOOD ALL THIS WICK loam and colni John I. Til bath Utll- FOR RENT furniihed block name. or ,,, lot
LUMBER CO. list Lemon L'lto. 171 partly furniihed or two bedroomi den llvlni '00". SOUTHI1. lI"olm.oL. /leutonil adulta. Pay lop 1.a
I One of r.
CALL Friday . C'I T. R Tuck- kitchen. new ..odol furnuhlniiall.la.wall bedroomapartmeite lean. Clark .
.. ,. 1-7173. aloe 0lu.h.' 10 n.l.o, location I..I031.
MU 6-6282 730; MU 2.4651 106 Machinery & Tools D.a c..Uo. and ihop. Air conditioned. br 203 RETIRED MAN went small.
TWO bedroom duplri. /ro. .ebo.. MU Beacon and phone after clean. Drl..t apartment ram.
Wi bU, or 3 USED welderi, 110 t* 311 amp I or m.nl. |40 or 1131 I.1770 c.ole.. Oi .oU. 5 0 H t. Woodard. MU 1..3J4. inc. .100. Wlt Jon
Also new Forner welder Sale1" ; Is a tr.u.. M.313. Lakeland
JIMMY
78 Tree Surgery Motors, Supplies :70 Moldla Annua. 1 l ho"rurol.I.d.. W. 01. CUTS AND coir ca cotui.. I lol L.o.
AUCTION COessellim. 552.4775. rard and ehade t..1 111 QUiO

TOES TRIMMINO. cIte,. bud. 1311 0 1100 taku eaultr 10 11' !07 Plumbing SupplioiMontgomery I prluIS Iroo& .od StAlL Call. MO 2-4W for ap.pointment REAL ESTATE

AIrs and pied .ork. "U a.&U .It cabin cruller .. __ .., b.th. W.lAlr lu,.
NEVER USED motor S00.1SOS. 5 .. CLEAN COUNTRY home two Cod.room. .
p a 0
INSTRUCTION ,>nie and ovea, CRI118IR. Is' Ward BO Prefer dl.1 .. furnlthed n.11I1.from 142 Condominium Apt
on.ri. 4 000 Julinuon .Ietrlo.K.um.o.. GET A GAS HOT WATER near P'I.. . bank, Lakeland .. ore. CI MU

BTU. 1150 .. 00101 ,, 731 ... aO Eait Pok.r 0.1067. _
n earn Hoodl I.U. 70. HEATER FROM
84 Schools . WARS I TWO BEDROOMS ShinIng kltcbcarport IHfRtS

o.h. MU "D006.DI8HL8IOOKa. '. .kl boil .101 Omtor L.II. Have Hot Water We APARTMENT. Post 00 alI room wather WINDSOR ARMSAPATMENTS

FLORIDA LARGEST and mail control. In eacellrnt SO,. You Need ltl54Hr. .. convenleBtlr 10 month. Strata Bouletarc
nodira beautr tchool Laktland bl.. 000lrs. I.OO. MU a'171. 141 pet*. Ingulre 301 Lea. MU ( ..
Beautr CoU.... Itl B Pin BtCompliulr rr.m.. spoil .. > Blvd 10.II.U_ CHEERFUL THREE roomi end' NOTHING
remodtlid air oondl.lIon.d. nlluro .1 2300 117 N. Kentucky OIls at door. Permanent Condominium rtadr 10 aceupr
FIBEROLAS Cen.
Flihlni boat APARTMENT 'I. t
aropl patklni MO .-..13 W.blh A..ou. cOWS 317.
at 311
perton or couple
Mur" trailtra Price la .11. MU 2-5103: sod m.lur p.rr I Wln4 A.
Prl.t bLI .
: BEAUTIFUL I near Inn
CONDITIONINO nefeser.Simm North Florida and Mem- Ad. CreratM Street Call M .231 I lutll.. mo..I.O
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lIen n.ed.d. W. 1..10 loll t lUlL II' per Blvd : EXECUTIVE :, . t*
WrllO Commerellll Teudos 10.11. Cotton IDI. IPs Pianos & Musical Inst .1.1.02. ."iTTied. rou You own 0kuapiwltkoit
'u... loll M-301 L.kll.nd 1.od.. 000 at orulnor .110 71 lIP Lima On* or tw* bed r. i. lbs bth. m.loln.ne headachea
.... wall.. ...rdue.d or .1..trom.II.. Cull HA dinette l.to room. .ed .back. a'. Good location. LIKE dorolAld. air, 1'11.
SPECIAL
SALE of Babr OrandiStudloi
coat .IH and Mulberr. .r.rl. pl. .. .1.7. central h.attd. built-in kltcheai.

.- looiudrs Cod flbtrilat do,. bartalne Coniolea. Brown and a, 104 SpbpolaNeal Boutb' 1'3. .. 741 Iloabtoc. id kath, ..r.,0.ed Sib* bout, ... for aecond
.WANTA ... floor You .
T..d. and $ tw* 45 HP Ev Florida automatla wiukit. klll.o. IMtllltlM are mlulni a real op.portualtr
Closed Bundljri. bo.1. Ilka 0... Tilt ., MU 34005. furnished .0 t We.tPati.ruoo. If too ... IIBWlndeor
BETTER JOB? Fabrics, Dad : II350 Will take 14. USED BALDWIN.Howard Ortni APARTMENT ., 112.2441. a home of your own! Seetoday's Arms Coo'omlolu. Apt.
mllet North piano, beautiful Walnut flnuh. U c .
and motor RENT OR Mil bedroom horns.oIl
bol .0111 LonneU Wnt Peacblre one
Inc loo luclunIno
South Florid A..o'
Take Your Choice .. Aduil. Classified
: II. at 1303 1..lo A..ou. Inqulr* taraa* electric modern kitchen le "Homes
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S IBM GOOD Dr' .1.JIO.BLON heitnut Road ".
Keypunch .. '
0 LIMED Pl.no. menlo for Sale" NOW for out.

o Speedwritlng Shortham 1 Tradi boils lot .In..o 005.wmll 50:0,0.: 1.15. 0..ok. t.1 NU 3.17 sIrrIrlo.POUR sir room condltiontd. Florida. ro TWO rnl.BWRI 10 IrDII/rl. Road houso DICK BARNESREALTOR

S Typewriting Chests J850 1 or will t.ll .n.. 104 BALDWIN OROASONIC tlSto Boutlt Florida standing values
ii
Roid MU ... Like new. lljt with
S Office MaChines couch $39.SO I II orian 4041. m from ii I .

with foam $. HIM. Verr reatonablc (..a0' (!.- 3011 .. Pl. tit '10
110. 1.
ClothIng .
Comptometer 8IVIOAL STUDIO Pl.no. t7l 11(3
per _ _ _ _
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Caih *
S loam ? ? earrr Spinet tail ? . ..
BookkeepingStart OIUPTS. hI...... 5100 caih Brown.. 604 South FborlducOLD eat Alt* eleeplni Cbld.. LAROS TWO broO. 11,10. CLAISIFIED DlSIi'i-'T I I"D DIOLAY"' '
111.4both. CIA"I
$3950
room .eDaeolo
..' rm. _
any Monday 3.M .ull. work pools. PIANO MU "'"'7. .od naruae. ..te rl... ....
round china ch.iD.
a".n.
1 THRI. .
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Day or Night I room part- .r. lurnl"N. "ooUI
,.. .. .
dinettes $14. TRADE.INJAMBOREE AlaS .1.,0', room ins. '
lkiKOS
Lakeland 114.50.I : Furniture *. Ap prl'iIO. $15. 035 lOll with T. R. Tucker Jr. Realtor.

NEARLY NIW three bedroom CBTerraia .
Business Institute, Inc I" size ranges. .nldosw CLEANERS HtUI'.. Thinking about a new plane : '0 bedroom. twin floore. carport Nlctlrfurniihed
i I ? . kitchen attla fan ReiponiibK adulu so.I .
Open Sunday I or organ Now is the timt
metric 3131 Clmtaad
On Lake Wire. Lakeland 0 run.. .".. '. T. O Tawtoo. Realtor. ..
Phone 6869856thi miles North Blvd MTJ t-1317 to see us about trading I ir 3111 t

Highway. WASHERS. old Upright REDUCTION .
air eondltioneri etc. All your piano fO TWO ImRoomoto Io"* !

INROLL NOWI 11.6. Nation,., ..r.repaired Prompt eipen one of our lovely new models YOU QUALF pIns hood.1 luthr" tbool.0'

school lor hesrpnau ipmen% $0oritord. .*. See ue for iood OslO ap- Cannon Music is gIving i P. rent CI.k R..I. .
4 10 S Deck ..Lu.1 I 0''; USED I .. rour Eelvmaior In advaac par post MCE CLEAN tw* bedroom Bloc
lOb trtlnln Free placemen Club.? Nit 4> Dar TV. exceptional trade in allowances .&pt water N* Ot.hborho. kui llni br door
la the US. and overteat Ear appliances, .. 1)30 Auburndale on old upright Mcept .bl' n* Adul. 701 Weit Ptutrion.
bit mono. hive lifetime iccurit t-I17t piano l. t and roam
Duy, sell, I SMAU. HOUSE for A>el.
Come In 01
For compl.t Information wrl i BAROA1NS Complelelr I '. this week) walkini d 1111 n 0S able new 191( Boon Com.pletelr .
.. W. P. Pvrcill 1111 Couth Fn,:Bargain mod 5u.es 050.4 035 50 iod Cine Ceater .. furniihed, OW blocks. from
mont Avenue. Tampa Florida North at Iosiulluil.s. AI.II.CANNON MUSIC CO. I .tl3-SJI II3-OIM Publli In Dlilelaad, Call MD I021 .

U. S. CIVIL SERVICE 4304.ha H. Sup. I. sow o 303 S. Florida Av.. '.1141

TESTS I TV..Nit Reid* *>Opta Dar TV SOc, Open Frldar C.olo. IID DISPLAY" CLAIIIFHO DISPLAY
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Mm Women II.53. Start Mia MU 13114 110 Rostovrmt

110300 a week Pr."lorIr.lnlo. p and' SCALY boo ." ) PHIl run... doubl. se.. Equipment
until appointed Thoiaandi I ..
Call MU S 1600HOSPITAL .0d NU ,
of job open. Exponent,; 10. ICE MACHINE PrI.d.I. AI.I
uiuallr uoo......". FREE Into'r. t flavor drink . ,.
mation 00 lob.. talarlei. rcqulrnente 5. lro...,. Toledo .KENMORS t pound wrlni--: ... stool) draft beer hoi Iwtauceta
Writ* TODAY llvlni, mmaddret '.. ftt Ford van .. iwo .I.d. poroelain' Phone . .Ptttrtbur
,. MoSs ofler. !.!! till collect
and phone Lincoln Sore ofler Mark C'I .n.6.O.
Ice, Bon M.310. Lakeland Ladle,. New Tampa .- NICE clean 1
3-}3M. . with .0d..1 111 Sporting Goods I

MEN WANTEDTo ONE 22" ., compartment 1. Poo., Luxual WAnl.O u
train Two iood ,: 3.7tM. 31 CALIBER police ipiclal Smllla t a _t. l94 .
fur Railroad Comma I I
Nkkal
MU t 4340J w..oo. FirfeclIU
cation poiiuoni. Mutt h... .OFA bid sod cb.l. '00'; MU t.3373. II.td. : pfATuPcs
.00d. DCUIY
health not color blind H.a EXHAUST 100. a
School er enulv.lrnl 1400 P.I Ir fan. Ut One t MU 'O APaCHCCAMPINO Irtlltn. Be,1 COP I"IIT lacO..O..IMU New
month sod up alter ihoit bred,. faciorr built ; I ; ITOVE and refri*.. tIre ben before burlni' anr. Ed

In period plan retirement another 4 lrler. Four ,. R.rl..tr. 101 *u. ., John. 1091 Park Blvd. '10.11''I eitJne! I". MesA.1 "" to loomS
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I. Park hood
Florida Jwljii
In
benefit Write live mm' mar I Like .' .. 50 Bi pout bodsol,
a... and Phone t* Bo* F.34:: :ralua toe .II' : I MU S.3107. .. AD f" f CIoor.lmt PrO.rs.u p.. tOo .51. dial' 004
Lakeland Leditr Apply 10 Liii : wood 'is 0000-or isO .t '
UANOLI IrSO 'JI, laOs SIgdO -M2T1550 e i50 Udd . .. 't_.. b.sslods :
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TWO maCi I IIlk. .Hol 4 w..n esortois, .n .
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W. LAOS PA055C
ITAUFFtER 128: Walnut detk. It .,

fOR SERVICE ailIng couch unili bed-iprlan. ..Lrel., .-505.- ,_ w., boos .u'll sees. so ,. md sob f.. Ida,os. shono
00514 motor All electrlcil .pollen. .artless woos I .. .. 541lo0Oeo _
: condition 3504 Crra- In the Want Ads I Home. 050505k boors dswoomrutss TOOAV..aos.boa. C.I .*

Like Drlv*. 4 -01l4llEASON car, business or lost dOlt - -

with a smile, call one ol; air' .o.dll.n.CII.. Classified ads fill 01'" EDDIE MOSELEY
the reliable firms you rind us lu, mow .0'''
/10.0. OunIodiSs ISISllitlnS your neeas Look in the
/ 50pe4wArnooCndosbosmAno05004Dno.OaimnS
la the Classified section I :I PENDARVIS
Jul,. CHEVROLET I
pm.n' unill An. classified section now! | bV 505110 1. 50050 sad *nssIss.s.
under Builoeis Services d.. IM S1I7. J10 N. "0.i40
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i REAL ESTATE '* REAl ESTATE REAL ESTATE REAl ESTATE REAL ESTATE REAl ESTATE \* REAl ESTATE LAKELAND LEDGER tunday. AprD S, 1904 U'D

REAL ESTATE REAL ESTATE
14) Mobil Horns Loll 144 Acreage, Lets for Sale 144 Acreage, Lots Fir Sal 147 Income Property 150 MlieillantoviTHRH 153 Heum For Silt) 151 HOOMI far Sets


Tout INJOT llflnt on your REAL BAROA1NII Nier Lake.ind. TWO DOPLKXEa: : faar ....... BEDROOM" frame noun,: ThREE: BEDROOM CB $300 down i 153 He VMS fir Sol 153 Hevin Fir Sole
.*n t lot l> takvwood Trailer Bli *. ....u traela of land. up U m.,u) kltanena furnlahedoaaditloned. Ale delivered to your tot. alTJO a 14 balance li.00 lea M menth
Ml' Urn IIOI':*fteairlctei 00,04 atreetanil 10 ac.... Mini lila boos,.. HOME SITE Bicallint return anilOMnl. we t Hancock direct. ....on. *i2. 1103 North Wifctter. .A..., MV A GOOD BUY OUTHBIDf IOCATIOK. three
all Two; hamaiiiei WitS ahtdo ....11 down ", P10,. 8HO431RITtedMUIT 0.37. ..4MOORCCLOOED 716 Wilson Avenue NEW HOME bedroom two bath panel Florida
olocli Pool ol Lake Parker on ..,mo.1c. Call Malcolm aeaUal .
Juntli etreet Follow Hint. C. nlahla 5M 766(1; Bert Rod.Thornn.... Lot 100'iJM" beautiful traeietream aPBCUU Mew RIPOB8 I II I 9 NEAR HTOH aCROOb AND COL.LBOB. rTXW POOR bedroom. two oath. room kalluin heat' kitohen and air. eon.dltlonlni .
Bdward 11011...,. Jr.. Realtor Realtor. <8A-a7ll, an twa aldea Vnlaua land.ranlnl ., ca duplaa Caaiaidei partlalirtnrnlehedi b..ln In nay Lakeland' ana. 3 bedroom ho... In ..,.. llvini yoom dlnlnr yoom. Ettobenlaraa . *0*. IIS 500 1800 dnwl'.oesothins .or..or
sod Developer. MO' I.1JM. poailbUIUaa OpnoelM, Dents etoraa boa; .0 Mel Rudy Roaltor Ult.. Manorial 'enl repair throuahoiit Florida room. 11' '4'.
FlVII .Cljl ....... .21 ....... $45morU 1411 Bucklnaham PrIced II000 .11,. U.et. 083.l 2a. 2 ACRES AND Blvd.. ...-.107. "eatlhi and air amditton Central aralomDona 1100 IIvlna area Oak floors. 1102 down-yon pay eloilnicoita. .
*. 11.1 .u4, 11..11.,. double aarpert. nllllly room. Lot Touni Court aa*
ISO
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You ".01. .b. SM 9IM.BAROAINS furnllura Includ
In liOn
Ill PKONTAOS two bomee. THRU BEDROOM CB new. nt ranaend 7700.
THREEEXTRA !:_! WrisI Bltd. .0 1-4107. Induitrlai ...... ..... Reduced HOME corns lot. oU heat aond tloalntPHA. . rafrlaerawr. Only .14110O.00.1 100 S Olbeoa IM. Water Park Area and 04051Lako Wildwood ..

LARGE COMB III MANOa' I.... lI.r4a. lOok. Realtor NO Morttt Maw' Widow toinc aorta. *|j- Loan commitment at IUOUOOO. Avtnua. SI.000 down MU
Com bee Road 70'ilia'. Oily ... ma4341DUPLEX. 11.15. row delalla _...,
doubla JS42J
TRAILER LOTS '., : Lane ooraer
Loo.and lof electrlcllr esob. 11495. termi lot and \.. 10'air low InHoulhweet C,. soo M r.. aacb Stub Ground-Low Ground About IAHOAINI BIAUTIKUL modern Flexible
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SEE eini73 FO a area near eoulnwaat tide, taod location will aarrrnorKaaa 7 mllea from downtown Lakaland omo. thrta bedroom. I tIo bata. T. L. BRYANT
TWO LOTS an C.,.... Laka Drive iebooli. Owner dSS.not.HAVB olIO I 1 bedroom homo silO tliadbath Ina aarntr lot convenient location. Ret Brokar SOUTHSIDE BARGAIN
LOT #26, #27, #4 at N..,. One block. to Lake 201S200* SeoUl al Scott Lakawlib. lIaVIRA": earr toad seat.ileatia2 llvint room, and kltohtn n ear Crrelal Lot.. II tot 07Vk 5,. na .... MTJ MS04 Space
Holllnt.worth. Hlaheit ...1.... bonds of traea For datalla Income PropertIes for Call a. B. ...1.. 1118-3_ with cull for aauiir. DrIes by 1511Cnhanaa vidow will aall thla two IIod.ooIDIN8ULA1'ID
toni Two lots KUif and ueen .aII sale" Owner oal.15oa. T. R. T'okar. Ir.. R..llor. M11 : Avenue. CaU awntr, home In .-, CON
on Reynolds Road JustSouth' atreeta one with imal, houio. ...UU.I "'.'.M. Malcolm Thomaa. DIT1ON 1(' ilTlna room. If 0.. modem ay IradlUonal furnlehlnii .
of Lake 176 front an Forroat Dr.... 14... MORRIS RISTW rare toy the apace and
Crystal Dr. bath"Florida Florida room nice wood floora
THRU BIDROOMS lt
wits Brach -
on Lots Parker 1, I
sore traler! lota AaallorNMS7T room. ale eondlllened. walk In .". ". floor (urnaox, floor plan oompllmenu either
at Provldrnceoil SISt3M14S PRIMEDOWNTOWN "FUN LIVING"idei .. LoriS oak ahadod lot I. Biltmora
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landaeaoed.
$1495.00 ahway 01. L i. Berbour bored yard Real ,.,..1. In a nicely altrua
Beahilarad. Broker. MO S-I.JJa 151 lUd Iit.U Exchange vote deetraala location.. Call MU WALKING DISTAKCB to .IAI.... .Plrk> aonibtlni with solidly of Una oonitrietedoma living
churehoa sod '110. (800 (47
$150 Down $25 Month I. and 10 acre ....'". Deaton Itiilnisi Property -.193 ar alter i are4MV ye.. 'un 11'ln." for tII. kids per month after dawn payment room lo.m.1 dl.lnl room. 1 ..Dm.lOoelioOl .
Road Kathleen area one and. m IOHWAT KOMI bnilnau. P1 iacraa TO BITTLB ..,.., ky lamll, ID tho pllObD', Out 1ft Ski booS loOts lot araUabla bedroomi kIloton wltnireakfaet
Phone irs. railrktad Pravidenca. oft IIUmEIITIAL COMMON' C I a L, modem ties l tbtth ..... ar In..... _port,. On. bie osh .._. "Pu" It.'n." area and a arraenedlorch .
68-611 Hlfhway 18. 3V ae... corner indutuial I... Htai all ...... "., Oltloa Po, .|ty ? |. MJ. duplex. doubla terete. On. wits I.i tha coot of the family Isolde Phone OWNER PLUS 1 room and bath
iathlean Road Deeeon Road Rud,. Realtor IU1 .. MemorlaBlvd. lavs. sifloloncy .D.rUn. Two 1 hod.inoon In air aondillaned-oentral heat fueet. MtUa-e Ideal for alder
L I. Bubau,. R5wisr$5 Rooter. . . "_107. BUSINESS lEnIN h..... 503.4005. comfort. Three bit* _....... S children or in.1..., We.. DrosS
I"U l-aa.1J. fiuclibaj"ITa.. firnUhodt fourunlu. ;b.. batha bullt-lna ...".h... 6833063 0' the aanilbla price and awal.ant .
TAMPA HIORWA'I 110 0 saT.Oo BicOlent roBtal BOUTBBIDI saw ouUlda altrhrta
144 Acreage, Lets For Sal ,,?*0 ACRES H mlla rinc? front ,., wanes altar John Bran. year lound For .. ay leads bedroome that will taka with nary tenon appl" anceulltln 1 aondltlon. >ue..
leadlni to Labs ,.._Ilk.. Plot nan Realtor 134 Wett Main' .t. REAL ESTATE fur mall boos oy Maaanad Mortaa Solo bad*. Walkint .dlttaainapplnt .. atom, ORIAT for 'fun big !l>ln> And '
camp on property terma. W. R. .aa. MP >3334 and alimentary .. .. family momplus
tAND BUT-1010 Mm ...1. I0000TRIALTRACT GREAT bit aereen ratio STEP UP
Wllllami. adlolniKraft
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5a-123 ' '
AcrosS alraat tram Bauthweetunlor
cleared pin lud too pf so.. Pooda. owroxunately II iiAVi"i lOOUit-$4.000 aaulty; Truly tun llyini at lie finest I' Acre ofSecluded
1340 cert cattle ranch. fenced and OWNIR. riVE: sot 11 top auallty A... 81.h..,.. Rattraad. IM 000 OFFERED Will trado for any Item valued. Rub Wait Windsor. etreet it 1003 Mtadowbrook. RO-1131 NOW S144 month pert principal.Intercut .
or." 1.oe.d. Corral and Itadlniebuteo land JV. krarln .1".... Mod John j ......... ReeJtor M4 at S16OO. .8..0347 or .....333. off Bovth Lincoln Avenue Modolsunder .... taxea and Iniuranca on,
conitructlon. Pull Inl.
Sal ear let*. SO ..,.. era five bedroom home laraascreened 4101.8SVKN. beautiful now three bedroom 1Hlory Woods
onl?, aJSOO 11500 down 900 iCe... porch ..nln... larao liD. tall after 4pm. Me no 10 home Central heat and air,
'0 hood of ..'U.. onl, SAO.000 barn pltnty Abide (reea Only COMMIRCUL' late two FOR SALEEstate 152 Real EiteU Wasted MEDULLA AREA: S.t bedroom DICK BARNES .ndlll.nld. Boathalde 'l.looo' .
tU .. alocka boO: lies... ..... fait It the eetllnd and the mortal feaaf
.
0 000 acree four mllti from er. .200ereni! 66 B6 two bata boniee. ail eonvenlcncee dawn Mo other eoala PDA PbooaBuilder. ..
preea O.r....... U .. b f hwarfrontatt THIRTY (301 Parker street Parker Avenue. tood water. lane lota will ran. REALTOR SI -043IIIIXO toes.... thla .lIn. ImmaculateUroom
onlr STSo nt,.. BM dry land, aultaole acrei PStlIyClesrId for altrnarave Pour I.... selling 6 ground LIST YOURPROPERTY .10. scads for ........ Orson loll I '1.. SM7103 1 .bulldara homo Manned In Los oountrylOwner ...rm.-
R. C. Uli or M U oardnirDirk ( :30 mile. Pleld Road to Ptnkla tben left
north of Lakeland, fun UTI.. headiuutart lent reeldenea and tha aitraaara .
'. MU Reaitr 0-533.. 1011 Cut UamPhono Florid on paved Hlihwiy Numaer 146 Forms, Croves, Ponchos floor units, plus upstairs of WITH US I\4 mile. MO' 0.4002.EXCEPTIONAL I and thourtitful plannlna ...
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33 Price 56 000 caeh L. L. flee space and basement. THREE: _roo... FlayS thla IS ntlnutea from towa
4 BEDROOMS
CHOICE. BUILDING .".. 150'. McKay Sill Briitol Ave Lo'.. ...... "V 'Short, cant 6PLL ft. BORN two beta CB rioma br o.nor. but> you feel tta beyond ainiua
.45 ; reetlF ...* ." 3MO Cleveland I.Ud. Florida' Phono 663-2IJ4. OROVI BARGAIN is mosS.I This is an EXCELLENT IT DOWN H L. ShortS '.1"' Built In PMildalre Costs and. I ion In aulae privacy stIlt all
Helinta BlVd.. CaU aft J- ONE: ACRE AI.... Drlva I" ranvea. North f Lakaland rears..Id. Ooodhouia. . BUSINESS let Realtor LiTLA 304 I. Tea.neiMa ovss. Excellent location 443 or three kedrooma and dent See ha modern' aomforta of Man
withunflnlahed IIS 000 INVESTMENT
0611 MO' a-3470 b..... Well Septic 19% dawn Alao adlolnlna Sib Areaua. Phone MTJ 14173 Cardinal Place. Mil_d.lots. TO SETTLE ESTATE ibis apacloua homa wltb IS't30* street Helm (13,too and will dla.uaa .
Opelvi .000 tank. W. R, ...... opportunity seldom avail. i000a to .. To..n. .... PnkIau terma.
50 Din WUIIama, Realtor. aoraa 3 Bvenlna. MalcolmTnomaa LnLlWI POR tiAUS br owner. Two bedroom matter bedroom two baths can
sod osk Oeauttfid hi.r."I land, &.I-I33ft. .18-70881 i Bart Rodiera.Realtor able in as exclusive and CB Strawberry HIll Bub. $7500 tral air aondltlanlns. and heat
warm eactlon Lakaland fin. land MO-STI1 Jill Btrawbarrr Lane Lot lad IIM
loins: III A WOHDtnm
BUT
aoll Price anno Pee acre. Termi strategic a location as this : GET raaultal' Maed. UltlnilPKOPEKTIKa '. Prlea (4 too Pnone Atwater IN A NICE nt. Ideal fetation aornar lot First
I'* down nee R. L. Gardner. 3 ACRES!: -aa pretty a tract .. bedroom POUR ACRB8 CB : houea.nearly fenced new psi.lure. twa- Information pertaining to for silo. MEtal. M.l, lIud,. Real.tIc. 4-lRftI. Port ....d., Plorlits.ntAtfl3hCMOD0300 with brkkreta I bedroom.faelnr. It CB la home on 3SOS Darbnhlri For .. kr or
It C. Lele or Ra K. Lel 1137 IsO
> alke Memorial.' .1-1107.
you will aee juit ouUlda altymite Low down DorIO'." Trod.? homo aaate. a lot that doeent taka all rout .w..,.
01"Phono 855133.Posruac Realtr .toil But afala pear KaUuent H in School 513.3020. price, terms, rents, leases WANTED: Lo... 3 or 4 bedroome. Florida timo to keep tha lava mowed Final Home
tJ.000 per acre. and WOt1$ III and available loa. Clone In Coned for multifile 'oom. apatloua oncloied perthocorisotine CAlf HE: HANDLED ON TERMS Call 1111 S-1735
: LAND .- toO acretrood 1. .. 015000. StOVO In.luelln.V.lon. expenses on dwaUlnaa. ISO'1200' minimum alaaAlaa laka lario ntllllyOHOVE 10-104 Call Rat Mannlfan today Settled. abided and truffle tree
MIL .... tinker eemlclrarad RoTOR PARK-We hare I ...... stop. "'.100. 255 request Shown by appoint. aitabllihed. ..nt.... Prefer roo... doutI .arpon. o515 Isris MU 5.3202.JUST oration neir Orota Park A 3
Near Plant city Only In Katon Park Area on paved. dD... lout or moo unlta on fro ndloor deep 10. 0000g. 1111-01.. ladroom. 1 bath home that could
1150 per arra Ttrmi it* down reid for si 000 Mod terma St A. trove Inoludlni V.I..". ment. Contact L. P. NowelU Port LAKE HUNTER"GOOD well bouea or
SQually n youni
.... RIGHT
PARK *60 "ull, FOR
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So R L. Gardner. R. C. Lois ., avallabla. crop 170.000. Jl'. down Valley Oeortla Submit datalla I senIor family Uvlni and Florida
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Ray K Lo1 at Dirk i Realty. ACRtAQB 40 A. producini Orals. a rove. Exclusive with price locauon ate and .aedroont.u. praiant Itlo baU norwaaaThraa noatb.y THE KIDS Terms. S28. 00 rooms combined fay n eenie of
IOU Coon Main' vnono 6901133 sects Rood land IMOOO. SI'V down ,
within I MIUl of Lakeland ault. SO .. I paymtnu only ..4 InoUdM $9900 Three bedroom, Two bath pace and Infarnallty antwed
A. produclnt Oran
stove.dig'0 153
CLASSIFIED Dl&PLAV' abla for _IU.. Ho.... For Sol) .Tarythlnt0363. tom oentay hallway eonnactlntwlUi
or aubdlvldlni ..u. 44100 IJ1000 .
CECIL ROSENBLUM homeISO' bedroom wIno and kitchen.llnlnc
m this :3 bedroom ..
1600.00 an CB home .IhlIuUI.I.
acreRMTRiCTED; .. 'TWO BEDROOMS: CB; a.oe-ol' ...... Terraaao 1100'" A
SO A. arove heavy producer. Irrliatlan TOmb BEDROOM houea .11 Peluway 'lord Bordora bit aaaroa. Mobs la lanie/oven Built In 1MIon Lake FrontageBy jarfectly aharmlni place M
11III rTOMlCSITla '5. J down Realtor Drl. nit Nor> Florida H ncro iroundi oven haa a
ll 000 '
alfor Owner Rowaa II RanchVIllMt . Owner UNDER (JO,(XX. RO-1185
Beautiful properly In LakelandHlihlanda 120 A. producin Orania ire". Aienua. 160 down, too a mantb.Cbaa Lana. lard planted This borne It
about two mIles fromaouthiau 1300000 .9'. d.... 1831 South Florida Ave. link fence. MU I-3MI. Y.rk. 14a,.. Rocbattar Maw In n new area him. and dry Phone MU 6-4S32
Eaoh tract over a J'O.. produaln Orania trave. 6826036MS SIX ROOM 1M bath boueaUirea Located an tba old Polk Cltrnlihwar
sores with waved road frontatadpeulve 11000000 31. down. I lota AIM two apartmenla. about 4 ail.let from oily Tastefully
attractive homes already Near Kathleen Blah School Good 11..110. TERMS RO-10eo Call IT
built In VI. area. If you oondUlon Call MTJ488.. NO DOWN PAYMENT John Oookman today, MU S.1317.
JOHN J. BRENNAN
are plannma to build a better Wstirfrsfit Propirty
USED TRUCKS rpo homa. why aatua for n city I MUST SELL ...k. oiler Oriole Pampered
. Del... TOrso STEP UP TO BETTER ONt' PUITwe'd
OIlS lot. when you can set .. REALTOR lACRIFlCC bedroom two batha. a* POUt MALL
CEDAR .blA. '
AND TRACTORS ,aia at tha aama prtcer Invi.u- Florida room. .u.... achoola. LIVING EzeapUonally w.11. eonitriKtrdome
$4000. 3 bedroom norel
12.; W. Main Bt. 5044113YOUNG atooa 000-0004. on n lane oak shaded lot
Eli ta tneaal*
b...... 57660 Cash BRICK HOMES .
or termaLaraa
I In this Kdenholmo that raflarta eon.tant
nlialr built In
M WHITI W2J C b snot on.Sno TBAL acre eonvtnant
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loll from THRtB
$506. S* off bedroom.
tractor. Heavy to ...... on .. near 3 bedroom homo. It $.. IhalOs. Estaso d Improvement Niwarprta
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week onooli .hop.
:: M'.8i GROVE Cream OMHhoa I40O louiw drapeai 3 badroomand
t* Ua ONkV built-in rania/oten. die.poial Olin to hammer home and
Hideaway. ( mllae horu J at i 1.-53.711 .
monthly $56.36 .
H. W. STOCKARDREALTOR ac avan We have I batiiat outalaad. doubla la.nil
to show
SI CMfVKOLIT H ten o.clt. 40 acres land with 24 acresin 101. Woods and walortSf 66-0347 504.4333.TWO coo this Irnaated yard. Burpruiulyneed
Home for to Is the result-action
ua In oiicelleftt nacond you appreciate' how you get
.t,.n. ONkV "n.i citrus 3 acre lake-exellent OWNER on beautiful Lob BEDROOM one balk 1015 For meat* alca U la molds. It boo .double In low Joe RO-lOflJ
Artec a In Auburndale two bed Cut CanaL Silo down. *.' carport all on a ......r lot aa'i with an Inexpensive classified
iPdT5NTI0W. 300... Orsoo0,500se. ... Aeaoclatea fishing Nice shaded rooou two batha Gold Medallion month Mo eloaini ..... U 1Barbour. mall .aowa pajmint on ny loll 190. Located In a vote aonven.
sod cluloh.Loes Ocons, .h.u'..,.... Fred A. Webber home site $500( per acre all aleatrla home Central . Rotlatartd Brokar, MUBOUTHSIDI lAsSO modela now under eon.atnatlan lent BouUieatt area. Mo-lint ad Dial MU (1131now A. S. MORROW
$10.5 Jim Pollard. Jrob fat and air eondlUonlni Three -aA33. Call' Bd: craw tod.,. MV S-t&t4
WUIIamalAnburndala Terms. yean old. Priced to ..... Dee R THREI bedroom 01 to bring in new bustneii 04.010LOLlA
sir TNI NIW 'NT.tI. WO 7-4950) C. Uli. ion Raul Main Phone loan low down parmant. Monthly 306 B. Tenneuea
NATIONAL COO CAPE? O Floyd Elmmermann Jr R M. MARLER (..-.1J31 Auburndale. WO "-'318 paymanta IM M monthly Inoludlni IMPERIALCONSTRUCTION CLEVELAND Call MU S.Jin or MU I475

7 iod 0 HP. .5010 I 117 S. Florida Avenue MV I-J1JJ IOU 7?. Lakefront.. Jo mllet east ta..a and InllU...... Call I HEIGHTS HOME
LAW* AND .A"DI"T''ICTD. .
.'. MOWS A"AC" & SON at Lakeland an Lake BeUnlneBa.UH .' ., 4 30 8t-4033.
SN AN NO"... Coil Branch Office lat far aala at If/NX Hall .1103 CO. ONLY $9200 DISPLAY
MT7 S-0111 BTAUNTON AVENUE: : Ra- CLAS$1PI100ISPLAY, CLASair-ito
M" .e"l f.. A '.mon. till B Oleander LMLA Real ton and .drr Can la nr boat U KlaImmao doted. Corner lot. three bedrooms. .1._ dont naaa nil tha ooDor.Unity _ _
..r..n. : 401 K. Main, 5.. MU I4AI1Bervlnt or Miami. Bee R. C. LelaR. I two batha. Florida room aanlraliir INC. to tea tale newlr deeoraU
Lok.I..". Slnca 1MX U Gardner B. L. Stake or Bud and ..... 6 a.loai. 4n to. "L Aft. .4 and well malnUnad home
Lela nt Dirk. a Slump, loll lastMali
Many more NEW TWO bedroom bouaa. Ready 000.3111 ..11-.43. In on. af the butter artaa of
M. Phone MU a-iij.
1 for lamed" _UD.n.,. 1100 Lakeland n has two bedrooms.. .
f. choose front I SCORE A STRIKE MONEY GROVE I APPROXIMATELY acrea on .i.. ... Ulny ar... Built-in yantaiwnlni nl.. llvlni room -nlni, area
: Lena. 4JO ft. Lakefront window., full till bath two utllitr roomt Owner will AUTOMOBILESALESMAN
QUILLIANINTERNATIONAL Y..I..I. Beautiful two badroam 110.... 1aotutea t........ floora. arraened Porch $50 PER MONTHS even rarrr the Morissso. HO.)154.
M matured. SIC
Acainst budget Ills SoS et.L Inoo.. shown br a*. leed. at lit 000 ittlo 5woctb Call Howard OUIatta la see Vhlt
au JeJ/a. S3( Marah OP 111Duncan
tM furniture you DO longer OP Price only U1I per polnunenl: SoIp. Contact R. o i after a low down payment and 1 bedroom frame homes
I Call Lois. R. U Oardner or B L.Knka. Can be mon .daily at Sun AeraaPoy that mon be sold ImnvadlatalyKo
I TRUCK. & TRACTOR use Inexpensively with a Jim aora Poweri Balance MV S-IO a.11TJ yeara wllk T. Dick Realtf 1011 .. Mala' .j Inl.rm.tloa oak Jerry Mar.' aualirylni no aloelni oMt, nontrai HOWARD GILLETTE
Classified ad. Pboes MU .
ratt-actlon R. Tucker. Jr.. Itaallor. samIM dl. CY 4-1211 or Dan WlntaraS Minimum' down payment
2JI5 D.... City Hwy. Dial MU 6-1151 DOW. S 1433 and you move In For Informattanphone REALTOR LMLA
fa. Lakefront Monday. throaak Friday I
en Lake Hoi
- Phona MU 2-4117 '. 1117 WILLOW Aienua. ThreeMWI lie w. Walnut at B Florida
In
swap Nortbeut Lakeland ,. 005.
1 I aarpeted
bath Itvlni
I CLASSIPIID DaPL"'Y_ .icallent flahmc and lovely home MU 2-6118 PHONE MU 2-4179
LAKE PLACID ...... room. family room r-aondttlon Plus Commission
3 Bedroom a b. ( AC celled lot kitchen Salary
patio with
heal .... room .....n.d pails, for .DPDln m.nr. aitraaeilla44
... ACP.M no ?al00tl0Ills.. beautiful carpet and drape Located
lured; 134 Pineapple, matured. elf HolI..., Road. ROUT TIORESBDROOMCO. $310
IDA Mann OP matured' 613 ). Call Byrd Real Batata LMLA doss. .on'hI' 05701000. U..O "FUN LIVING"Thla established GM dealer has .
Valencia. S rear old Price HOTouo KU-O)7a Nlahta or lunday cal 1037 Braverd Blvd. M6-I4II Ideal Home for Children Loading open.lag

wltn to.", .. Call Jot' Pow I. i. Vtterback MU a-7550 or (150 DOWN 17141 monthly to: This \ at SIS (aaamor I for one qualified new car salesman.
ara UU t-7173 wlu T. R. Tuck. J. C. Permentey MU S.1044. CB homo In Edcewood: Park can be : fun mini for you 317 tonifeltaw. lov ly bam 0 Must bt excellent closer know used car
ar, Jr., Realtor Fenced and built ..... .83.4U9. ,
CORVAIR'SALE Ito ( bulieume and den nlwkitchen I reSold yard. 'n>roD badroanlaye "
ISO MTicellaiueui REASONABLE OWNER. Lai;; his ll.ta. room ooiloaM I Ponds ftwm,. oaH floor value, end have thorough knowledge ,r"'
dawn PU"'." Three bedrooms. israeL keawtlful yard with plan: near anuron.NbooL ,dMnNaltar automotive ..11I.... Excellent oppertwnity
; ahada It' 7$ fa. lot as.. /
I.. lull .111.. laxta Florid 1 r of a a .
GROVE AND HALF ACRB .*. Trallay. build.Ina ...... I ear aarport. brtok One, .ra low but II It blob on the I p 11... weekdaraLOOK for qualified man. New car demo furn-
GROVE LAND altaa a.M. MS .down fewunflnlabed 'Os, aid Fbona MU .-..3. ar bill. Tha bit alrcondiuoner and lobed and paid vacation Insurance
home ..,. lot Ml MU 5.5500.SAROAIN. bIg oak treei wIll make RO-118 pro.
20 TO CHOOSE FROM 4T Arree mature ...... and ra.eeta au3'. a> .fun ll'lni borne for POlio gram. All applicant screened and all
T : Velencl ATTBACTIVE tw.
e= III-- IIJ.t.-ldOI lind-toUU bedroom CB Una Florida room t1Ptoday's replies held in strictest confidence.
........ til aeraa-pared raadfroniaaa lUllty. awnlai wIndows, tua bath
HOMH FOR COLORED ON 1JTB
$695PENDARVIS ... cn$00150 d water. niulatad. blrcb ..bln... near DICK BARNES
As Little ...... -laraa amount of cleared., STRUT WEST: OF ""ITlI3 S. school atom and ahurebeo Paved
land eultabla for ellr..... Termiavallabla AND 4 BEDROOMS. 1300 DOWN Ueece. no city taiei. Wondor. REALTOR Cars For Sale ids Reply To Box F-247
\ Priced at only 1111000 lul aollhborh_. Ideal retlre- 2011 5. ".. 11118.9103Iu.
TO PDA QOALlnED BDTIRS In this section! and be
f mont home (7500 Termi. Bt II'I... bradiuwlariSHOP
SAIL ROOT REALTOR 1537MEMORIAL. 0 discount toy cash In
my agulty
25 ACRE GROVE 665-4107 ANYTIME: 711 savannah two blooka cast amazed by the excellent LAKELAND LEDGERTOMLINSO

40 Acraa In tract-3S _.. In D' Wabaeh In Skyllna A..... AIM values Don't delay.
.d. build lot truck
for nc oy
aad reeele
mature roes -ao-
Owner (M-373(.
pro.lmataly 10 aorea dialed ATHOME '*
r.od0 eat-oieelleM soil type NEARINO COMPUETION TradlUonal CLAISirilO DISPLAY_
CHEVROLET CO. wrma avallabla ".1._'" at In dea an teaturlnt aeparaM .
only 137.100. Contact JOIN dlnlEi. room paneled ,......
310 Ne. Fl.rlde Avt.Idktland Ii' room with fireplace double'
door antry foyer. doublo laraiaBriar I
LEWIS AMBLER .., Lakeland. moot da-
1jt Rtt Broker THE irabla addraw PIn 0..... builder V
! Ph. VIA11101 ..n.tln.OWN&R and ssve Turn to the
Pa Bo 471
C Arcadia r or Id aWe Smart buitneinncn who : (15 Prada Plata. Iitralana : Classified Section for rest
I roama. family room tile '
turn their used office oath-kltoheo--air condItIoned values offered to you by

cs.AsslrItD OIIPLAYH urnltui. into ClOtS ''.10(00 Lakeland leading firms
with Inexperulv. ClassU MUST SELL. Throa bedroom CBboueo
.. .. or .. .... or or ';: : iPi1 fled Ads Dial MU -1191CLASSIFIID (10700 sIr conditionerandaeaped Do It now
A A A A & & A A Will t._. itoaad
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1- DISPLAY ,CLASwI'ilD _DISPLAY _I_ CLASSIFIED. DISPLAY _
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I '6! : ., '. '64 VOLVO 122S 4Dr. Sedan. I

I ; $2340
4i .,1'," I List $2740. Save $400. .
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I '' -- '63 CADILLAC Conyertibtes. Two fully equipped

I . : ;} : >/ . I 30MEAN conditioning with air $4995


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I '63 OLDSMOBILE Super 88 Holiday Coupe. Radio,

I hooter, hydromotic, power steering and brakes,

:ffC: 'l. electric windows, conditioned. $3495

! H TO Like new .

'63 CADILLAC 4 Window Sedan DeVille. One

\t YOU ? ? 0"" "". Extra cleen. Full power $5195

_-- and air conditioned
\ gr""""""" equipped
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J(
e ,. _. J '62 OLDSMOBILE Super 88 4-Door Sedan. Radio,

I < .- this "We're heater Hydrametic, power steering and

I't I I ,.' ,,., . '. I Ii It means exactly - outto brakes, electric windows $ZOVD

and seoti
i I ICreampufJl. I Pontiacs this month
30
tinio0.b005l5Ct5001s.1s. sell new '60 BUICK LeSobre 4-Door Sedan. Heater, auto.


only sell one kind of used car. and we're going to do it" - HOW ? ? ing mo tic end transmission broke Extra, power clean steer- JIOQIT lanfTW


( .) '60 MERCEDES 4-Door 220-S Sedan. Book price

) LIKE THIS $2100. Standard shift, radio, $1795

CreolllptJ1t7 That's o lied cot v" rtcwt rhe SeCOcdWlSd fceo* heater and air conditioned . .

'61 CADILLAC Fleetwood with ell the luxury feotures -


oches., &nly we'" In business\ f 0 sell flew VorVswogenv But people Including air $3395

In oil kinds Of cars for VWs end w, find o\ ni>vef with oO conditioning . . . . . .

kinds trade of used ears on our hands. I We want you to write your own ticket on any 1964 '60 PLYMOUTH Hardtop Sport Coupe Radio,

well renovate, rehobl.fa.e orxf retell heater, automatic transmission, $11 QC

I The" really good on.even, get close to wr wed cot lot. Pontiac Tempest, Catalina, Star Chief, Bonne- power steering and brakes . I I 7 V

Th. heopiMver that can't our 14.point '56 CADILLAC Sedan DeVille. Fully equipped with
I don' ..U any cor, now or *,* poss I yule and Grand Prix -

ionce'ch0Ct. After oil, our r.poiotion, air conditioning. Special this
and 1rori+ I. 595
latelY NO RIASONABLI OFFER REFUSIO)
w. 1111. weekend . . . . . . . .
around in every used car I
rides
Thol'l why you'll onlY find worthwhile olltOlllobirs CC oaf MANY OTHER CARS TO SELECT FROM

USed car lot Were tplC101ilts I yow know See eec *f these cevrfteet loftieitiuH

So on down today Test Drive and ride America' 3rd Place
In creompuffj. I come ,
Waller' Slim KkKord'.or. Arlyi Talkarf Iroiron Hdrrtll

INC Seller In '63 and Greater More In '64!

ROSS LAKELAND( MOTORS, ;

I M. P. TOMLINSON CO.


Memorial Blvd. I\I'A \W KERLEY PONTIAC W
&>. 1500 W. CADILLAC e OLDSMOBILE a VOLVO

Ph. MU 2-5183 Ntee'iuerf rr Qualify and Vafue far Our 7J fseril"

Au\hoo.oo4 Deal01 OPEN TILL 8 P.M. -- 938 Eost Main St. x X Phone! MU 27173i


*000'.sod. ..ai,.. 'Highwoy' 92. & Rose St. Phone 682.5125


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12-P LAKELAND LEDGER. Sunday, April S, 19M REAL ESTATE REAl ESTATE REAL ESTATE r* REAl ESTATE 1* REAL _ESTATE 1 REAL ESTATE REAL ESTATE

REAl ESTATE REAL ESTATE StltSOUTHSIDE 153 How* Fr Sal 153 H..... Fer Self 1 153 MesseS For Sal
Nooses For
153 Ho.... For Sal. 153 Houttt far Salt 15) "."... For Sal 153

153 HOUKI Sal 153 Houttl F. Sal row IALB or rent three bed' TWO BKDROOM ca (ISO HIGHLAND bodrnon frame CITY......Owner.. Lot, wiut Owe
For r room ca noueo, near Cryital Lake dons Ml ...... Ineludai Uxwid troll treee, a .120'. MU HTM.JMJ .
I ne405 Weetoirer.DREAM ____ '
110I>oo1. new air conditioner n.uro
ONE BLOCK TOSOUTHGATE ISO SUTRA Court Near Drove
BEST VALUESIN small Iowa payment! aeeuma
with r.... Ideal for ehfldren. Three
529 W. BEACON Big corner grounds per month payment Phone la*
IVt bath. $5OO down.
bedrooma
HOME
"FUN LIVING"BRAND NEAR SOUTHGATE OPfN HOMES fruit shade, shrubs. Spacious -ends balance STI per m lllll. Immedlat
bed-, __ .
CHARMING CB home three IDa. Phone SOfe0t94.ATTRACTIVE
home two
eight room '
3 BR 2 BATHS rooms two tile bathe anellent Beautiful I Bedroom. S both
...
NIWI Dellihtful Sun II- baths oak floors formal quiet location, built-in All lane and PUDIT -
$21,000 Needed" I* amant lane **i Sit SONOrA DRIVB .Spacloul Iwuie. rooma
." 1 and draperleethrouihaut '
ln at 421 with Cirllon tirerruilni near moit brand...new.,. a onea > bedroom buaaelew with -J-ooej, SOb Mill home. In is.rnttnot dining room, In quality; ranae. carpeunf, ....."... patio, air of intro terse cloi.u. Central In nice
heat alr-eondltlonlni
thins aouUielde, 1 bit bedroonu. Control Hut end Air Condition Three bedroom tokk and >eO,15..!>>..Ian ale II Florida ami sIr..odblboonqonrd room Hu tIne Camphor Hrlinta locaMoit Southgate school area. An conditioner, nicely landMapid action and of "' .... A few ....... from Spacloui home In t well e.Ub.
il'e> around tomforl Clew reaannablr
new Itlt batnt, new llvlni room. ta irammar rear school and bunion ,multi-bath hornet new kitchen, femlli ..... ....
new room. O_ MMVKU.. V..n'- uke a look at CL-1134-H.: 1V lUu. I hawparala -
new double carport new neiahborhood. illh. ha Tbla alInpinut.lib new aborb001home .ini.. Winston trade srtaul' an mat t.. Lao 10 *e. no- CLARK REALTY 833 North floore dlnlnc room, fire.
n..r.Io hborl. new b, kitchen terse luinroom na Ion SAOTWAY-fdeil Furnished Massachusetts, 686-4031. John King 686-4877 piece, and nan ether featurea
room
ard, and West Memowt! W\\l, hw ,
> new rant o tn flowmortoha.
real bema
make a boom a
PHAI). new low down with a picture wlnaow.rar I ] bedroom horn Nice location GOOD APRIL BUYS! OFFICE MU 2-6147 that .
...,menl. NO cltr tarY u a.eaverrthlni true. witS lain* larte "UI. down r-'m"t. F.HA PHONE .bllI01 with pr.tt view. Prop.nln EL-1IM-I.: fouthenel.JUST
for "tun hobo ir and .erh.5op ar.. on ,., John King W6-4877 le In lint cl.M condition Ill W. Arlana. three bedroomaeonry
at BL.11I new We hare tbt ..,. II I* ma.onrr eol>el>,,,lion. and OfFICE MU Z-8147 >*. thlil HI.BOO. RN"". SMALL bom oa ions oornert HAUGER REALTY W. R. IIBiII" WILLIAMS
How about a look kea beauuiul oak loori. Call toae l clot to Dixieland School
: RO-II07. MEL RUDY JTJ8 beet location UIIUoIOtT1fT-on., In ol the Slav and refrKorator Included Realtor LMLA REALTOR LNLA
Lakeland. ThWu DOWN PAYMENT la low prlc*. Assume preetnt FHA .. ..
HAUGER REALTY an Ideal home ton the amilr a I* Oranie 81. 1131 .. ii.. . 61.-123.
WORK ON THE ...
with children. HOUM ha 10. KN-4I. Hop at toe IKn o( 510 Owl
DICK BARNESREALTOR NORTH SIDE? IMIAMORTO- REALTOR: >..> ., UCLA room. ) bed...."' .. JH* pathe U'lnl, ISO room 00 home per month In the"for a North'a I bid-'..., J14 Normandy.. Furnlihed In Wire and

Her li died, 1 ..... home .\CE BROKER ". lit a. drama., I'. and beautiful lira airs 14025 kltcb.n' Florida wlttt room swoon. Laff living and dietlncores. atarI bedroom living.home Only beet$ OO moo.down and OUTSIDE CITY
0 plen.I
lOlt S. Fla. M8.710) ** a at Ih* aloe Hi* Owl :1 animals *arai* and UI.U" .....
: MI. MO1021. Crntal Lake
will
of carry noel of
'on a loo'iIM teL Sale n** / eablneta.I dleriwaaher.. wuh.er awnar mile
fun hobbs b.adquorWo.A at bull tlDMXM S llltilr are" IU7 E. Memorial 8""' . and drrer.: Aleo. Ian breakfait 110-1011. I HOME and LOTS 1141 Ooodrear. Three bedroom.
and_ a larie ......,1. SeCtor lao room adjacent to kitchen nail polnelina Avenu On of two bathi. two car carport. Price
U Kg-lOll. dial SS6-4167 any time CHOICE HOMES with broth billlMn. All of the W.R"Biir'WILLIAMSOPEN the linnet two bedroom home. la LAMa OLDER FOtm BED $11.309. SOul 10'.... OMM DAloLY.
Ml* \/oIaKRLAND-tommltm.al.. bedrooma have lane eloeeu. and area Built-in kitchen. Florida ROOM. TWO BATH MOMS AT .
BEST BUY CLOSE IN AT "' iajiea:. IT.TOO-M7 month hulll-ln Horace feature.. You IIULTOft LMLA room oak liners tinned backrard. :2301 NEVADA P.O. OVERLOOK. ROY THOMPSONRealtor
11 OHAWOB PARK"I air eonlUonrn mould leo ibis riouie.. Tea will 1131 S. Fla. At.. ....123. Drones Included. Owneranifcrred. INto
LAKE ROLUNCHWORTH
3 bedrooms. t bath central boot 821 E. ORANGE lit ooo-furnl he4MM like lit We will be clad la thow RO-1103. THE POSSIBILITIES: roll THIS itl Ooodrearptione
and air. wall-to-wall O.'pOli. SALC FRICIDM It'00" A.a.. WIBBKR BTRUrr Lot 71 rou RO-1130. 211 B. Ctiarlea. Good meeonrrduplei PROPERTY: ARB TJNLIUTrXD: .tv 333 6.2.3811__
I..... double ..,po" u'n"" Juil H blInk, (rex Ik. II"' Iurnlahe4 HOUSE on eerier lot, ci.. .. W bue TRI TREB SHADED LOT IS
,udletoard ,..,... Aa aiwa. $150 DEPOSIT 14 WIIIT! BILMAR rooms, Ill IIIClHT EDO ON EW 0 CLSVILAND 0 0 DRIVR 3217 Carleton Circle Una ehorohoi and .loree. Live 100X217 PT. CALL US FOB APPOINTMENT. CLASSIFISO DISPLAY
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$18,000 tl.. home P000050softiotes wont offer one ilda. let U<. other par themorteaca. 5401102.BUiLDING --
.,, $62.50 MONTHLY 404 WEST PATTCRSON- J.MC EIGHTS GOLF COUI4MB-.ne. EastNew IO-J141.
room hitch 1 feedraoni lad
will eonildaecond .. .... ALDINE C1R. -_400 down. titus 3 bedroom. a data heat.. three bedroom, two tilibolOS G M. C.
II too down ar dawed la tear .11. On. rea.eoreened a 2713 m iod.rn I Sever F rcipock and .. 1290 Martorl Street real need LOTS
.mortaaie. itl09. la front porch ale*. Lot ,fpacloua kitchen and f.
Includtne.air
1.IDDICOAT REALTY perfect condition. Be aura to en.title .... three bedroom home
I. 200 feel deep far lardenmr OPEN TODAY beautiful homo looted bin room. Loll of itortit conditioner, carpet TV tower A in lies six .egisi!
...... on situated In lonely ..... FHA flanclni. 'TWO new
:i5 John Arthur Way houdini rental unlla Call lanipecl Phone MV a erie 180' lot In tAle Sins location. fenced yard Small down pay 10O LOTS ON LAKE ROt.uooswos'ret -
KO-1048 3 to 6 p.m. Also: Want Lakefront Home. RN-lll (700 down no aloeini ment. JtOlllt.144'If. AND TWO OTHTRS pickup truck t. fit every
Sylvester Shores .*"., Kentucky. Thre* bedroom ' FACING NEVADA RD. FOP bull.! *.. DrIes soepdc.0e5 .
CHOICE BUSINESS A jewel of a property In Phone MU 8.1729 (ram. homo ..... to Publli and LOCATION AND PRICED KIOHT 546 fit yturMlf.
LOCATION Combee Acres. Near bus 4 BEDROOMS H. W./ STOCKARDREALTOR ,new Imperial Bank Ownera nurnlni I
i North Real food buy at $168800
JUST COMPLETED NEAR SOUTHGATE stores. church and Combee ERV REASONABLY PRICED '4 17.500. RO-11M.
bedrooms 'bedroom hem near Churcheihoola 11th. LO306LRUY .
Her
School. Three 212 W. Patteraon.
sits South norlda Are I tar .... ...
.pl. and bue Llvlniroom home for the moo with ft hobby STlll[ LAKELAND FRAME
Circle well built h oues.cou hi be r000.n CB carport, Miami win. aeparal dlnlna room oak AMocUtn: Workihop In ....... Bl> toomi.IOM .
3102 Carlton rd for office, builntai. or ham dows. Redecorated and in 1100', open flreplac. and furare. Fred A. WebberJim OPEN la ihopi. BL.11I1-I.:
and builne.il A real baraaln .t'' Very reasonably prked Pollard Jr. & AXLE SERVICE
1350 fret llflni area Crnlr 120 0001 Cut: lerma .rr.altd ike-new condition. See It to sacs Carolina. Call C. FOBTFRU Bob WittinmiAuhurndajs lall Rally Koad. Plv room CB REALTOR LMLA W. Wemarial .......
heat and llr condltlonln. Two CO-173S. Shipley Realtor 6868H02. a-0324. for detail on BN ( WO 7-4SVD home In Shore Arm. oak lloon. 323 S. FLORIDA..- Wakaak AM.Phan .
tile bathe. Three lane b.dnooma.Lang. day. 8J8. O. Fiord Zlaimermann, Jr.IT tiled bath deep lot. Two car *araie. PHONE' 554.3 143'L.ASniFlLD
6825729. off Uood tarma arranied. RO113. Ml-Oir
.It.hea b..ullful cobl.n. (Turn BOGER TERRACESouth
8 Florida Arinu MU 6-3133
Sea Lambs ron vur
...
babbled Ftorbda .room. KEN HARRIS Combee Rd. at Morgan BEACON ROAD Branch OWen New or lImO Truck
Pitted 10. 0G0d :1 t&ocbtl.Mu 1131 W. einenth Street nlc* i
Realtor tichtnior LMLA Combee Rd., then Long St. 3 bedroom. aeparata dittos room. 1131 B. Oltandtr MU S-011J ( Off Young Place) bedroom home for colored, oak DISPLAY
.0591 ltos B Florida Ar*. PI. room modern kitchen beau.tbful floori fenced lot Only 1300 down
to Aldine). oak fleore. Near Churcheiopplni. .
eio-am with 30 year FHA ".a. AN-1007.
felled and but. Own.movini DeLuxe Brick and Block
Good bulldlni lot at end of Co.
and annlou 10
II away
.011. Very imall down payiquired SPACIOUS Multi-Bath Homes. Kids Ionia! Drive In Lake BonnyHeiihta. BOWLING GREEN
HOW TO SNARE SALE BY OWNERTwo Call C. PoeTER: MU 3 Bedroom brlrk, 9 full tileathi Only 11.500. LM-3045
-0324 10 ee* KN-071. Lame paneled rondoroom walk to Southwest Schools. On acre located on County Lint
bedroom CB with attached brick fireplace In lltlnc Road mel oil Drool Field Road,
room, formal din In* room la,.. ready to build on. Term LO-
A DRUM Only $100 Down! garage. Cleveland CHESTER MCDONALD Purer, kitchen equipped witS 2071. CO-OP APARTMENTS
Heights. New roof, well ullt-ln OE rani. oven, dun.aiher MEL RUDY
outhside three bedroom, 11..11., LMLA dlapoial Breaktait ....
I landscaped. 0052175TE elk loon,, Fusselle & Sons Inc.
A.cod. Bide centrally healed and LMLA REALTOR
or other musical Instrument no city tax. kids walk to Sir conditioned. Double carport Condominium Concept
quickly and Inexpen- bot h Southwest schools. MU 6.2037HOMES .nd utility room Nl.. corner lot MORTGAGE BROKER lt.. Fla. MU a-131
Only $9,700! V.ACountry Dries br 1815 Caalon then call M. S. Boone MTT 2-1700 "YOU OWN YOUR OWN"
ilvely Just look under ten appointment. ..
1527 E. Memorial Blvd. M. Winifred Oann MQ at2a4MTi.

Classification 108, Musical BESTMEICIME TED TOWSON dial 686-4107 any time Robert. Solo U Wllllami......11. MU 2-3033
BY 907 E. St.
Instruments la Classified Home! Realtor William T, ruuelle U\f *-.447 Orange
UO .311t ail t. Fla. Art
now. Modern block home VA MANAGER
on

CLAStlFICD DISPLAY nearly acre south of) city. $100 DOWN _CLAIII"I lODilLAYCt.ASS4'iIDDeSPLAY__ I_ __ 3D) $JmiDJt. Ci21LS
Only 9,000 with excellent

terms! R0-1113 ,Mona. choirl C.mplol.l h.m. In nedecorolrdiMothty all Ion.ttofla. 1. 4 BRICK HOMES OPEN HOUSE TODAY Large Bedroom

1'1'1SMART p.menta is tow II 1&&. for lick budgets In Classl- Thei Select BrKk Homei arennady Birch Cabinets
atop In our atfino on call.T. Ion IMMEDIATE OCCU- I 1621 NEWPORT .
G.E. Stove & Ref.
MEL RUDY tied Ads Dial MU 8-1J51 PANCY. Featuree Include 3 .It 4droomi.
R.TUCKERJr. 2 bathi, Florida and S Electric Ceil Heat
LMLA REALTOR I today to reach cub buy. dininr roona. Aa low ai 1480wn
2:00 TO 5:30 P.M. .
MORTGAGE BROKER -FHA and NO DOWN PAY. Carport
BUYS1 REALTOR ere for the household INT- e Large Utility
1527 E. Memorial Blvd. ala N. Man Ar*. Lakeland GGRANCH '
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MU 6-T173 goods you don't use any
dial 685-4107 any time POLO Area Property ManateeTA
Area Propartr Manaier ervlcei. : Only TWO left.
For ACRES with o IIlc.3 b..oom.1
2 bath home with I...
CLASSIFIED DlaPLAV I CLASSIFIED OISP LAV I CLAISIIJIIO DISPLAY i room and flreplac. ,
I crn.esd porch, work orp'a'i: I Available
_ Immediately
TheSmart c 000> beautiful whit* Leihorntene
I
-eleo air-conditioned full
1 ulpped eon houM and t Odes I Iof
BUYER I Best Looking putur CO-U4J. I PHONES :

SHADY OAKS MANOR I -n. DAYS EVENING
V..d of th. ... Monday MU 2-6147 MU 3-1358
0 a.tPa..1 I ..... _
k you Ion M."." ....._ non u' JUlI North of CUY-Bom. iltei \ SEE THIS BEAUTIFUL

J' '.ot,N.soornibtoC don .twO...-.._.- DiscountsAT hire thtrl lane bare OAKS CITRUS* TREE PINES&- 4 Bedroom, 2 11 Bath Air Conditioned; Home "Come and tee what REAL
ocod thot w,1I Ua from K acre to 4
con ranae "
U.010ntl etttotard,05oo'foe.oaretl : .Price Sl. I retirement living is.
rea In iiae averaie
Coo'. In too-with LOW dewn pom.alo'i 1'1.., Lo' Hollingiw.rth 1 Blockt' South. .f
and teat-driva *na toradia. -
.... B.rtw. Pond Off Nor hne,.
\ CLAUDE JENKINS! MR. SUBURBANITE i HAUGER REALTY
4 '61 CORVAIRLekewoed .. :k. GEORGE K. MILLER
Mint In town with ihade treei
Wa 44
enOeor. '
k !U. white, ... USED CAR SAVINGS .' and neat aecluiloB Feature! Ito.duAl tUILDERrhon. Realtor -216 E. Orange St.-LMLA
,
.
l' m vinyl a 1.1 .Heeler.intener.." "_'II.n,10-, '56 CHEVKOIITJrdion "''$3 9S'Wnli 1I I/Qf1JI/ tr ;II:' ,III/HI!/) !HII _j I.:='ci.lad) bedroomi rind' wlwi, a carport bathi.ShuHleboard, Florid Inns 6S1.2171 616.2251

$1095 W..o" ,Court and modern kitchen with
I dlthwaiher-Priced at linage
'60 FALCONS Sp.cl.1 Gnoep I, with terme.-SouUuld*---RN-R21.

'60 RAMBLER Foam . . $695 D.moaotrsl.no

CI..i. Sur 4.Dear.vecdrlve Special Delivery"THERE'S
and heater. '60 VALIANT SALE SCOTT KELLY
R.obotonfr..IL."neck. $695 '400 to

$995 REALTOR LMLA
151 OLDSMOILI
I . . $1295 1964 213 So. Tennessee
'60 RAMBLER TOOOFF MU 2-5195
'62 COMET NEVER BEEN
Amarlaan tupor aDeerStatian $1195 Mercurys
Woven. floe> . . Paul St. Clair MU 8-3898
d.... and boater.k .
MU 2-6716
Jim Blackwood
'15% CHIVY II $ .rir
$795 4.D., IL7J & Comets Authentic Factory Jimmy Lawhon MU 6-6575 '
_
rSPECIAL A BETTER TIM
'
51 PLYMOUTH
$795 LIST!
'SBVOLKSWAGEN Fur, . $3,500
k Wi'vt Driven. A Ftw

a-Doe. .ed.... Mint,Y.ar OUmre OW 5., 0 COcoa.o.naetco prom -Tht Rest An New Bifori Trod Here' A Real Bargain!
Clean as a pin, and cute asa TO BUY A
$895 button this completelyand

CLAUDE T RAND NEW -64 attractively furnished

V '60 THUNDERBIRD JENKINS' COMETXOear 1894 cottage small family.is Ideal Handy for the to

Soli4 white ",... vinyl Lincoln Mtrcury Sedan with I b.. ITOIiiBine CHEVY PICKUP !
it's
l stores, bus, church a
,..",.,. fall .._, .nd H.Xer and Dof..I.
b air ...dl..n.... ... a.o.C U.ADO 11.401 015 steal for the money! Clark

$1795 Realty, 833 North Massa-
941 E. Main laktland, Fla. Ph. 6(26151 chusetts. 686-4031. Model C1404 .

'p'I 57 CHEVROLET _,-_____ CLASSiriCD DISPLAY '1.
'.1"' .-_. Hardtop k ---- ------ $1695

I' V-a.Heater. autamaUa.$895..tra .radio,. B S| Lm- C0 > 4B r-ii- :



'62 CHEVY II 53I

4-Deer. Automatictran.m PLYMOUTH ROCKS RACING WORLD!
.....,. radha.
q II...... CoOrs .her*.

aI $1495 I At "Daytona 500" By I


Lancer'62..boor DODGE SUtlan Finishing 1st, 2nd and 3rd -

Waoen. olid white -- -
male hi no Intarier.

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b4 'VOLKSWAGEN$1495 ... -ti: ,



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4 $1795


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Ok. llndingrin. taken delivery on a special purchase


of Chevrolet pickups that's
Paul . why we can


now offer you the truck you need and


v Naylor the deal want right !

,0II you now Stop by for:
Abk
Motors I

II IT'S OFFICIAL-A 1964 Plymouth is the FASTEST competition P'I

lO41LMAlNST. equipped Stock Car in the World-Yes, Even Plymouth's a

1 u... Cane MU 5-454. I IMMEDIATE DELIVERY RIGHT MODEL FOR YOUR JOB

New Cars MV 515t3 CHAMPION ! I

4 Opin .rilngi Till I I TOP VALUE TRADE AMERICA'S NO. 1 PICKUP

Stop In Today and Test Driva and Rid
k
9 ,..M.M.m .
the Above Belvcrad 2-Door
"S" I Champion Hardtop Sec John LCIIIIIIOII or Charlie Whltcley



Special 2329

" canoe_teed lIned Wapron COPS SEE US FOR A SPECIAL PURCHASE BUY TODAY !



: HAROLD FUSSELL, INC.



: 411 N. Florida Ave. ." u/.." .f Ph. MU 2.7113 41 Pendarvis Chevrolet

01 b0 ... ti">i DopB .bl'., Quality Service CHEVROLETI


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[ 153 Houw For Sal 1S3 Nooses Ftr Mt 151 K..... f.r Sli.talOO. 1 153 Hoiui For Salt 153 110... flf Sol *RiAfESTATE llsa mG' SELL WEDUY AIM) TRADE

I ............. 15) HWM Far Set.
THRU $BEDROOM two tail Ctbow. $300 DOWN' 070 m.r moslb. 8..r T.. bidrsole CB btUi. HAVB TOO looked *t MU PlB 1400 DOWN two OtkltoA.a. CLASSIFIED, ADS
*IM dowel. ....... ,.. .. G-O-O-D
MB a-noa SoatheaW.Dots bedroom CB ell, water, but lirt tot. II.o'IP *>F Th Iwdroom H* etc.ll.ot toetuon. .
I ;ur a 3i> 5m.UPTnDATE 15th _loa, a. ...al"'I.... w... Mt CTMCfBt Drift.PH talk. PuraUlud or imfurBUbod. .'IP to_. PHA. MU J-I731. TO III ,... Onwtorr tram.
JDO Mectl..o, R.slnt, 553477.. .n* ....... MOa*. Low VA loan. MU '..Jna.I HALLWAY BKTWVKN!: LAKELAND dupl.x. ...n, eoavtrttd. le onof CLAttlPICD. I DISPLAY
mll> rMld.ne. 51.200..57-2107. USED FURNITURE
AND BARTOW
ATTENTIONTO In Raid OAK B8TATMFir : FOR SALT, <0 ants OIUM. Lam
3 droon.. S Full I traits hews, lono M wkool.ibirthM SILL YOUR CAR
tathi. bedroom thra bttlit
CB aoakl. !
Hom. In ilex looitloa ..,.....l JUSTIFICATIONNEAR TO BUT omItdroom KH4 ., iiruo. central heal sod. alt but MM Uk.. Un lou TO US.
1"" _. cwpoil .. mi luidMtprd .0. a Brick on t 100Ins MndlUonlm. La,.. lei Almost .lib sheds .._. ud eltni. Lot WI PAY TOP PRICES FOR
lot. _.... rwd. 'I],-. oood I. "'..wllehsN If wt 1I..ln. orfNREDUCED Wiodod. Needs rMir loit mdr for people On pram ..... 1K 190'). Carport pint w*.' ANY CLEAN USED CARS. WARNOCK FURNITUREAND
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ITwmt. IIO-lOl. w. .... vw7. .." 0sroral st ... moth,. 'KM to .how rOil thrown lund.r Orate '''''., Homo BOHlO. lost.revel
sly no 1oaIr. Ia bdplnI Psi 1 to 5 pm. ', kill to *.ad. ho ,..11...r ROSS LAKELANDMOTORS
HIGHLAND HILLS b lIIa_. s ..aI. ThaI,._w. .... W. R. "Bill" WILLIAMS MORRIS RX TZH Opt. B.UM iturd.r Mid ,undw. APPLIANCE IXCHANGI
I FURNISHED. 1 bedroom, truot..rt.II. w. do 1000 bow Roller 1-t pm.. IOM: H..b.1I INC. 102 I. Mm.rl.l ..bt': ,..... MU 2-2J1I
liunt. Vrrr nlc* lurnlihlnn. CB.... n u a Droves fie" !! REALTOR L1a.A JM6 a. PI*. AT*. III..... call MU t-UaT lot tutor- .5:10: W.M......... 11.4.
.. .
1 eluding Wubir end Dri.r. La,.. $4,000 1m 0. YI. A. 505-1220 an-II" 4M-83M '10" Ph.. MU 2-SIII
0ereened I'orcla. 10iao0t T..... CLAIIIO DISPLAY. I CLASSIFIED DISPLAY 0..0 O/.PLAY .
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111eo.l.CAMPHOR -- -- -- -- .
LIME ST. L .aI
SCHOOL Brand new tore bedroom
WITH SMIMMING t 3 Bdroan btiiu. i*, ,',...*lot..a\o LxiUob dlnlnt room. two bath brick, built In
POOL ..rtt '*!.. in.. 80.1107.DIXIELAND. u I kitchen, central air conditioning
I I
3 SedroomL s..4 dlnenr . on hundred foot lot
Cs EL-11s-H.on extra lame lob 517.000. 2 t.... kodroonu. Unt only $900 down. See 2639

HEIGHTS .Florida..........roam... It.sods........RN50.5.FURNISHED Good.ttoh'l\.,n. Martin. \

I] Bxlraoni. I Pull h"'., HC>. '
n4 dining noa, .*|.|..>.tu New deluxt home at 2622 S. '
.... a Bodroom., nnounClnq' ,
carpo" d'a. iton ntrlr..raor. orMBM poroh air <
floor litnuo. to air Modltloiwr lood 'iiraltvr.. Lire Newport. (South of Eastern \
I luuBid condltlonm orMt.wltb la best....11.pump.... eon.Itlo. At.. M. cum. M.aao.oo. no-mi. first west of New Jersey > .
c. JCLp-UB.. Call .lor .ppelntm..t to INCOME Road.)
Dupl.s. Inch unit a bdrooni. ,
....
front
CALL LOMCNB KAR.l.tBEERMAN Good |MiMn.4 BOO.., deep.b..lot.carport Near J "
REALTY 5oat .,Is. BM thu on.. 10.2142 MEL RUDYLMLA j. POLK COUNTY'S MOST'BEAUTIFUL HOMESITES .

H. L. (Shorty\ Palmer REALTOR t
292$ b. Tea A.5. W .3111
J04.01"oT".T.-..... .riA A... MORTGAGE BROKER ,

IM T.' MuwiUBOlMBIU 1527 E. Memorial Blvd.

SOUTHSIDE KM.Pb.pa.MU uu i-.i m- ni dial 68M107 any time
I
Ideal IOCBUOB to ichooli, Nut to .. TIBB. Att. Pk. tot) Oak View EstatesPAVED
I pine chunhM. CB. :1 _-.1
\ 11."... 8 full ills bobs, I
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.D. Mmnid pttlo. Bio lot, ct.An'p'.aD O/SPLAY A"P"aD DISPLAY
Ie prlrod U ail.BOO. CU to MO
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OPEN ( f I STREETS ROLLING LAND LARGE LIVE OAKS

2:00: 5:00: JJiM.llllJL
Rat Jefferson .?*...
I 5 11oo.... 11I1d_.. form*! din.I RESTRICTED ONE TO FOUR ACRE SITES
1 In,..C.room."Ie dlibvuhir.I... lids.....Laid...!. Take a TOUR and !.. thctt hornet q.'
eloMU, lure "'". room flrtplxo the OUTSIDE THEN REASONABLE TERMS
I in Unn room. Lovilr boner lot. on Fhon U. : PRICES AVAILABLE
[Drop kf t browoo Bround.JOHNJ.BRENNAN. For Appointment to leo INSIDE! .-
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110.11.0- LWLA 555.4103A 405..l Peer KIRNIYWOODH .O.| raIS2I 2111_...IUCKINGHAM_ (''.112'." DRIVE OUT TODAY TO SEE ;

line's loins Ia His Cwus WARREN 2211 IDIN PARKWAY .
Oormr lot RN.rit Comfortablo P.N-tl4"
CLASSIFIED DISPLAY

*127 ro
<22 SAGAMORI 1241 LK. HORNIY' DR.
RMl homo P.O-11U 4k ..Iww 1l00lU .
411 LONGFILLOWloMfront 2409 CIRCLE DR. 1 TO 6 P.M. SUNDAY
HI ......_ P.O-I1I
2 TO 5 P.M. WEEK DAYS
I I I II 1(40 MORRILL DR. 421 GRI"IN_ RD. !
N M> ol IX HO-IITI Half 00-sews .
are
DRIVE OUT SOUTH FLORIDA TO PIPKIN ROAD WEST ON PIPKIN TO ..
FUNDS I 2211 WHIRfoonxnwtl p.o-1140 1109 HOPEWILL_ LUNN ROAD -SOUTH ON LUNN ROAD AND FOLLOW THE OAK VIEW '.
sea/ Mare 11..1' ESTATES SIGNS. .' ",."
1114 W. OAK HILL
ON PAIRLANI '
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King 6S6-4377 I

FIRST FEDERAL : OFFKE 6124147 A. F. PICKARD Realtor"


I saVINCS AND LOAN ASS'". HAUGER REALTY ,

OWNTOWN> GRovE PARK STAS 'tTOP AT TMI leN, OP TMI OWL 1
300 S. FLORIDA AVE. 686.2)93)
I lAKE lAND. FLORIDA I LMLA 21< I. Oro .I,.

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| High and dry on paved road. Convenient to schools, Large, high and dry, reasonably restricted lots on

shopping, and recreation areas. Ideal for mobile CRYSTAL paved road. City water, 'landscaped. Convenient to

I home sites. schools, shopping, recreation areas. No city taxes.



AMHILLS


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FIRST OFFERING =

LOTS AND HOMES FOLLOW Representative LOTS AND HOMES

Located / Mil SoutheastOf
Located One Mile East THE On .
Of Crystal Lake
Grove Park Shopping ARROW location Beach

Center


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Located One Mile //
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C0.YBTALLAK SEE THISI EXCELLENT LOTS
C/KtTAL IAKt C
A Model C.lfolll 1.11. II....

ROVE $'cYI.L LK A". Mobil. H.m. Sites
PAiIK ACAtAazKOq

c0 r Will custom build your modern CB home on these

c a OPEN .-_, excellent home sites or on lot of your choice.
j, i/1A1/ v 1
4 0 HOUSE Small down payment, attractive terms.
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215 E. Lemon St., Room 69, Ph. 682-6116




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I LAKELAND LEDGER. Sunday. April I. 1M4l Phosphate Plant nI

It il \ 'Jf'ilrn

l +i il Will Be OperatedIn
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I.. I 1 ___ : i. i t Q North Carolina

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HOUSTON Tex. at-A three- said it had been demonstrated
--
million ton per year phosphaterock the rock product U convertible
.. I I } 1, : ,y 3J production program in to high quality phosphate,fertilizers. -
I Pyt North Carolina was announced .
} today by Texas Gulf Sulphur "Phosphate rock, like sulphur SOUth
} I IS and potash Is a basic raw material 116 MONDAY THROUGH
Co.Texas of
Gulf Sulphur President in the manufacture
S j Claude O. Stephens said the fertilizer and inorganic chemicals WEDNESDAY SALE
I, company had decided to proceed ," Stephens said. "Thirty-
Kentucky
I with open-pit mining and five per cent of all sulphur thatIs
i the construction of a processing consumed goes into phos-I
plant at the site of the firm's phate fertilizer production"W.
J %, P i i l l r reserves at Lee Creek along I If we are not filling your prescription you are losing the oppor
the Pamilco River, near Aurora rf tunity to sore money! Let us price yourpresent and future prescription
N.C.
Stephens said the company and prove this . Our Pharmacy is open on Sundayfor
i ; ; 74 plans to begin producing phosphate your convenience.
rock In 1966 at an initial
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annual rate of three million
tons from its recently proven,
. .. MAALOX LIQUID 89
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----- -- ---- extensive reserves.He vein J 1: ...... .. .,............"......
said Texas Gulf expectsto
PRITTY ADVISIRS. -Th*.. Florid Jeuth.ru Coll.g <**ds ltv bas 'eetod' t* ..",* *i make an initial investment
Junior Advisers t. ....h"' .* w mn Mil par, it ws .""ou..c.d. by DM.* .f W.", .. Hatti U ElcketM, 'of about $45 million in the program JUST
I bad en. scholarship, Itodmhii .ltd ,...o".U". Solid, from .lift, or* Gr.ldine Elliott, S.r.s.H| which will Include minIng Rsg.35c. SEGO DIET LIQUID FIJIYGRS4 FOR 89Rig.
Patricia Stockton. Rbckvilla, Md; luit'ce Warklm, M.Ibo.m.t' and. Ann. H.....", High. Point. H. C. processing, storage and PUSN I
Standing. Pamela Lipskt., Poll Church, Vat tlii Wright, Tlfton. U.; Mary Holmberf. Mt.mi1' transportation facilities. BUTTON
Suion. lull, Mvrfrcnbero, T."".> ."d Sndra TayUf, Gran. Cov. S"I",.. The company already has A TO CLEAN
spent about $3 million in a preliminary LISTERINE MOUTHWASH 67''
program to conduct]
\ Restaurants In Capitol Show test mining, during which 90.000 .. H. Alderman. Plumbing,

1.\ tons of, and phosphate to build ore and were operatea produced 1IOS INC.Gary Rd. j ONE A DAY VITAMINS $1"1

$98,000 Deficit For YearWASHINGTON pilot plant phosphate Stephens ore said.concentrating He- Phones MU S-3S5J 2.59 ; :


VICKS VATRO-NOL NOSE DROPS 58'Rtg.
Reg.75c
(AP) In the CABINET CULTURE Mrs No fewer than U of the pam Ji Re-elect _.. ,
newt from Washington: Lyndon B. Johnson announced phlets headed by the perennial -
NO PROFIT Business remains Saturday resumption of the "Infant Care" have to do !
as usual In the restau President's evenings Cabinet with series a perform of cultural -;'with the physical, emotional or Shelley Boone MERCUROCHROME ANT EPIC 19

rants operating on the House ance of Shakespeare's "The! mental needs of offspring ranging i 29c
of the Capitol-bad.
side
I Comedy of Errors" by the tour- from premature babies ) YourSuperintendent

make The put up taxpayers up the$98000 difference are this being between year askedto to Company ing British players Royal on Shakespeare April 13. through adolescence.HE of R g.39c. NESTLE KEEN FLAVORS: 3 rot $100

income and outgo in the three Secretary of the Interior Stewart FAVORS HIM J>' Jj Public InstructionFOR

Capitol restaurants. Last year nearly L. Udall four years started ago the series under NEW DELHI, India (AP- Lawn & Garden Specials Grocery Dept Specials
the tab was $60,000.
CONTINUED .
the honorary chairmanship of Amid speculation that he was
The House also operated two
Mrs. John F. Kennedy. in line for the job, Lal Bahadur
cafeterias and two snack bars Termite Killer
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buildings and makes money NOISE The Air Force Is man should be appointed deputy
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members' private dining room, its neighbors overseas who InC Prime Minister Nehru / shall appreciate your rote support.Paul
one where they may take guests, can't stand the noise of those
and one for Capitol employes, Air S;free jets. Shastri, 5 foot 2 105 pounds", Mitiul A4vwtiwm.fi ky Akv. Carulitf.t, $6.75 List $349 3.00 Now $179
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efficient staff of waiters, and that doesn't help, persuade the CHLORDANE DUST BACON
prices that are lower than people that the jets and the CLEANUPRIG MOOREHigh I
in any comparable restaurant noise are necessary. 10%,
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bles, dessert and coffee. crested( in reading about how to White HousePAINT Only for 'or
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subcommittee hearing record ,postage stamps, do-it-yourself!
released Saturday. repairs, flying, communism, va
Rep. Tom Steed, D-Okla., cations and uranium prospect. Sole $498Price 6.50 ..-M,100'. ... . 5.3 1,19 Lysol Spray Aerosol 0. . 380

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