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Title: Lakeland Ledger
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Place of Publication: Lakeland, Fla.
Publication Date: April 6, 1964
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I Sad Japanese Lead Tribute' 5'M J1hur. 1 I



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TOKYO (AP) A saddened ashes of defeat," said Yoshlda. particularly for bringing In I\/C V. wiUr> ftrnae'r MacArthur forwWw&Srrtua -
Japan led the world tribute today "Out of the stringent food quantities of food In the ImmThv contributions to-
YY to General of the Army shortages out of the confusion diate postwar months to feet a X air independence and
Douglas MacArthur. Its war of our political, economic and destitute population. t *' emacncy"
time conqueror who led It to social systems, and out of the In the Philippines where "f "Not only the United States
peace prosperity and democracy insecurity of men's hearts, Mac- MacArthur's wartime pledge "I but the whole world has lost a
Arthur laid the foundations for shall return" gave hope duringthe most outstanding soldier and
A sense of sorrow also swept a new :Japan which became the Japanese occupation, President one of the greatest of statesmen .
the Philippines and South Korea, source of our nation's prosperity !* Diosdado Macapagal declared ," Park said
two other Asian nations In today." a period of national Korea was the scene of Mao

whose destinies MacArthur was Also A FriendIn mourning.. Arthur's last military cam-
.1'a deeply Involved, at the news of "A source of courage In our paign. He was removed from
his death. a message to President darkest hour Gen MacArthur command of the U.N. forces in
The Japanese government Johnson, Prima Minister Haya- symbolized the of
highest degree Korea In 1951 for opposing President *
sent the nation's most beloved to Ikeda said the Japanese respected Philippine American friendship Harry S. Truman's deck

elder statesman, former Prime MacArthur "not only" asa and affection," Macapagalsaid lion to limit the conflict to Ko ,
Minister Shigeru Yoshlda, to soldier but as a friend. Em- In a message to Johnson.
represent Japan at MacArthur'a peror Hlrohito and Empress "Your loss is our loss. His name rea.New Zealand's Prime Minister
funeral."I Nagako also sent their condol-
Is deeply engraved in the heartsof Keith J. Holyoake memorialized
cannot forget the great ences. all Filipinos. MacArthur as "one of
achievement of the general in On the streets of Japan, pea South Korea's President
rebuilding our nation out of the ple remembered MacArthurk Chung Hee Park said Koreans (Turn to Page 2, Column 4)

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When General Has Birthday Visitors ,


Gonorol .f the Army Douflos MocArtkur trountod /.ck..1' oloyinf cord H Wee Point

Codtt C.|>t. Colin P. Kelly, Ird. 0' Woldorf Town .In Now York J.... 26, 196J. MocArtkyr,
who dud In Wathington yesterday, woi then ctUbrarlrif Kn gird klrrhdoy .nd .hod tko odtt.< M Pay Mac Arthur Homage
.visitor Kelly, from Madio, ".., b the ion of World Wor II hero Colin P. Kelly Jr., of '...140. Cod*
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I * "" i City Adopts Heart



; RACE FOR GOVERNOR County's StilledSunday


sae N Tax RollBy I 'PoY { S era

WILLIAM D. SHILLING
ace v,
Dickinson Draws Blasts Ledger Staff Writer

I The city commission voted
unanimously today to adopt NEW YORK (AP-The nation -
and much of the world-
the cocunty property assess -
From Four Other Hopefuls ment roll for tax purposes In began paying a hero's homage
1964. today to Douglas MacArthur,
gallant old soldier who has
City Comptroller L R. Shu- c1
By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS at the same time he calls for a Mathews said Dickinson was man Indicated that the adoption i t v b t faded away.
Gubernatorial hopeful Fred O United Sunshine State." on the same track of "enrichingNew of the county valuations The rugged heart of the 84-

Dickinson of West Palm Beach i High told an outdoor spaghetti York bond houses" as the would result in a reduction in Il( year-old general of the Army,
was the target Sunday for four dinner crowd that it Is "utterly administration. rnlllage rate from 12.5 mills to which had kept beating through
of Florida's candidates for gov impossible to have a united Bryant 9 mills. three grievous operations, was
ernor. :state when a candidate accepts I Perpetuate Mediocrity The commission's action followed ' stilled at 2:39: p.m. EST Sundayat
Dickinson drew the fire witha funds from the special In- Walter Reed Army HospitalIn
vast
Rep. Fred Karl of Volusla recommendations by Washington, D.C:

television speech Saturday terests. :County ,said electing Dickinson City Manager Robert V, You- .,__ a.t Soon thereafter the body of
night saying the Jacksonville told I the crowd that Tax Assessor Bos- ui
High key, George
racial disturbances last month would merely perpetuate fried __ the man who etched his nameon
has been wordof Shuman that the
"there never one well and assessed _
which Karl said the much
result of a political ocrity waif so history-St. MlhleU
were a
scandal connected withmy values in the city be 'r, I '
Bataan Corregldor New vi I II
Burns hallmark ofBryant's governor-; ,, Guinea
maneuver by Haydon anopponerl.
... -. office_ as mayor d' Miami, the *lp. equalized by adoption of the I Manila, Tokyo and Inchon '
state s largest City," .."This kind of politic will hurt county toll began a historic funeral journey I
"No Reply" Tax: Platform Hit Florida." Karl said at Miami Increase Expected v { into a starlit night.

Burns, mayor of Jacksonville, Candidate John Mathews, Beach. "We cannot afford another Adoption of the evaluation Body Brought To N. Y
commented later; "I' think his state senator from Jacksonville, two or six years of Bry set by the county will Increase The body was brought by
statement is so ridiculous and aimed his verbal guns at the tax antlsm." city valuations ,by more than motor hearse to this city-where ,
his objectives so obvious that it plank of Dickinson's platform. I Karl said Burns would offer $30 million. he had lived in a hotel suite
doetn't warrant a reply" "When Mr. Dickinson repeats Florida a lack of leadership In taking the action to adopt rMacArthur since coming home from the
However, Burns did reply In how he will save the tax payers "that has given Jacksonvillerace the county assessments, commissioners a wars 13 years ago. Until Tuesday
length, saying the greatest dam- $43 million, he sounds exactlylike riots violence and, more emphasized that morning the body will beat
age in the Jacksonville crisis Gov. Bryant did when he recently, the fact that five of the action was equalizationand the Universal Funeral
was caused by "unfortunate remarks was getting elected by promising his top police appointees were that the city's total Incomeon At Height Of His Career Chapel.
by politicians such as to save $50 million" Ma- under Indictment. Bums means ad valorem property would Then, from 10 a.m. Tuesday
Mr. Dickinson and others in the thews said. bad government for Florida." not be increased. Gfn. Douglas MacArthur, who died yesterday at Walter Reed Army Hospital, Is shown In until 10 p.m. it willie'! In reposeat
campaign gubernatorial campaign Shuman pointed out. how IMS as ha watched a paratroop Jump from tha waist window of his plane over the South the famous old 7th Regiment
. ." Open House Saturday ever, that there will be some west Pacific (AP Wlrephoto) Armory on Park Avenue a
Miami Mayor Robert King slight Increase in tax revenue great brick building with battle
high campaigning on home territory because of additional building ments and towers and filled

referred to Dickinson New Peoples Bank activity In the past year. with the trophies of many
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saying he was a candidate talking The comptroller reportedthat Khrushchev Says Red China heroes.
"out of both sides of his an analysis of the present On Wednesday, the body will
mouth." assessment roll indicatedthat be returned by train to Wash-

Rides In Bus Officially Opened about 45 per cent of property ington. From 3:30: that afternoon
owners will have tax Increases Leaders Show Lack Of Brains until noon Thursday it will lie in .
"This man, High said of and about 55 per cent state in the Capitol rotunda,
Dickinson, "who rides around Peoples Bank officials and by addressing the outdoor will have tax decreases. where so recently the body oft
the state in an expensive bus is crowded the new audience at the new South the President John F.
martyred
would
patrons Values To Be Revealed KAZINCBARCIKA, HungaryAP as before. People who think like end and that he shoo:
trying to disunite the state while bank's entrance and parkinglot Missouri Ave. and Main Street Kennedy also reposed.
Soviet Premier Khru- that do not show an overabundance himself, he probably would nol t I
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today as 8:30 a.m. dedi- location. Commissioners I Indicated I ) of brains, but rather a have started the_war." Then by military plane It will
cation ceremonies officially A key to the bank was presented that the assessed values under schev declared today only a lack of them"Khrushchev Khrushchev made his re. be flown to the naval city of
Five Children opened the Polk County's to President McClurg, the county roll would be made child or an Idiot does not fear I said he had been marks after discarding a prepared . Norfolk, Va, for funeral services
largest bank. and ribbon cutting ceremonies available to taxpayers before war and that people who think accused by the Chinese of being text. in St Paul's Episcopal
The sun shone brightly as followed. the equalization board church and burial In the Mac-
Perish In Fire like the Red Chinese leaden afraid of war Is im.
United States
Charles T. Presi- and cut the this July. "The an Memorial All
Dr. Thrift McClurg Key meeting Arthur nearby.
about war "do not show an "I say it Is only a child or but Its .

dent of Florida Southern College bright red ribbon draped At the equalization board overabundance of brains." He an Idiot who does not fear war," perialist country government along the funeral journey there
world situation
BERWICK Pa., (AP) Five gave the invocation. across the door at the new meeting, any property own said he thought U.S. President he declared. "If Hitler had judges the I will be the military pageantry
children died in a fire Sunday Speakers Including Mayor million dollar building, to open er may appear before the reserved for the nation's great
Johnson had similar views to known how World War II would (Turn to Page 2, Column 5)Widow
that leveled their house in Fish Harold Grizzard, Bank President the building.An governing body to discuss the ,
those of the late President John Wish Honored
ing Creek Township, seven E. C. McClurg. and Vice open house will be held
miles north of here. President Albert Key followed Saturday, It was announced. (Turn to Page 2, Column 5) F. Kennedy, which he called The general had expressed a i
reasonable. wish to be burled in Norfolk because
g 1 "The Chinese leaders say It there his mother, the for.
would not be a bad thing to .r A. mer Mary Pinckney Hardy, was
have a war -- one-half of the born, reared and married. The
people in the world would be destroyed city has fashioned, out of a
and the other would survive 114-year-old courthouse a memorial
," Khrushchev said In a to MacArthur a museum
-i speech to several) thousand ,
workers of a chemical plant In (Turn to Page 2, Column 2)

this northeastern Hungarian Industrial I
center. de I

1 "They say that after some
time women again would bear Johnson
i i's children and mankind would be
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By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS
Tributes have been paid in all
parts of the country to Generalof
Page the Army Douglas MacArthur

Amusements 10.11 4 -called by President Johnson
.)0." "one of the most distinguished
Business News 9
soldiers In the history of the
Bridge ..,. 8 United States"
Crossword Puzzle 11 Johnson ordering the nation's

'- Comics .... .. ........ 10-11 flags flown at half-staff until

Classified ...,.,.....,. 1.13 after the funeral next Saturday,

Deaths .............".. Z said MacArthur was code"a he living
embodiment of the so
!i Dear Abby............ 11 eloquently expressed duty-
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,.!!>" ..' >Io"f! .. ; Editorials ......."......, 4 honor-country: ."
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t..w ,; : Horoscope ........... .... 10 Former President Harry S.

Television ....?.......... 11 Of The General Truman, who fired MacArthurfrom
all his commands in a dis-
Sports ........ ............. 6-7
Bank Dedicated This I li codid ,h... of Mn. DoufUi MicArthur 01 ,h. pute over conduct of the Korean -
Peoples Weather Jllap ........ 3 War, said he was "deeply
.. ,. her h... ....b.,4 from
.t. in mororcodo .1" of
o tho kody
Women ..... ...... .... 5 sorry at the passing of Gen.
Afar Ky vies Braudonf of Hio Peoples leak .f lokolond, rich mommo dodicormo. the oonk'i now million-doHor! .hewn Ud- tho Welts lied M.dicol C'Mtr lo Now York City ytitordoy.UP .

addrMM a lotiuniii .t Iho ."k', ....i. o-.fro-.to. In coromoitioi |or 'h.,. by Stoinkovtor) Wirtpkoro) (Turn to Page 2. Column 1)I

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. 2 LAKELAND LEDGER, Monday, April I, 1MJ
Gives
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Assassinated Industrial Boa'rd

GANGTOK, Sikklm (AP) Shortly before he was shot,

An unknown assassin gunned,the prime minister had talked
down Bhutan Prime Minister with Avtar Singh India's poll Vote Of Confidence'The

Jlgme Dorjl. Sunday night near tical officer in Bhutan and Sikklm - -

the frontier of the little Himalayan , with County CommissionerFloyd
Board Ing
kingdom which has be-, In New Delhi, Indian officials Lakeland Industrial Woods for the installationof
,
: come a buffer zone between India today received a unanimous the street lights from Interstate
and Red China's ambitions "vote of confidence" from eastward along Memorial
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T9 There was 'no indication city commission
Boulevard. Youkey laid that
_ _ _
whether personal or political William S, Myrick Jr., chair
L 4 ___ Woods had expressed an Inter.
A"v motives lay behind the slayingof man of the board, told the members est in the lighting, and that the

the prime minister, 45, who of the governing body thata county might pay for the m

has been described as strongly previous vote on an approprla stallatlon of poles and fixtures i
anti.Communist despite Chinese lion of $1,500 for an "industrial municipality would
dinner" indicatedthat the supply
pressure. appreciation
the electric energy.
Son Has No Ideas the municipality was "not
!
The prime minister's con behind the Industrial effort" being

Paljor, 20, who is studying law made by the board.
in London, told'newsmen therehe Commissioners James R. : Court Rejects

had no idea who might have West, W V Wooten and R. H.

wanted his father killed. Gibson previously voted againstthe Vote
Dorjl had been reported con- IWO allocation for the dm At-Large

cerned that the thousands of nero

refugees from Chinese-occupied Reports Asked On Congressmen
Tibet in Bhutan might include I ,
agents from Peking. They noted this morning that
Sketchy reports reaching the I they were in full support of the I MIAMI (AP-A proposal that

neighboring kingdom of Sikklm board, but that they believed 'Florida congressmen be elected

said Dorji was truck by a single .I that the governing body should at-large until the state legisU

bullet In the back as he sat receive reports on the activitiesof ture accomplishes districting

In travelers' bungalow in the the Industrial group. was turned down today by US
________ __ _____ ___ ___ _. ..__. .. . ..._ a Emett
m ---- ---------- -- --" --- - annual District judge C. Choate
town of Phuntshilmg. near the I Myrick said that an
Indian border JIGME DORJI report was made to the commission "The election of congressmen

GENERALS LAST MTURN TO PHILIPPINES Gana'al af aral,, who served many ,.... I I.. tha Philippine. and commanded Assailant EscapesThe I by the board, and that !at large would disenfranchise

I the Army Douglas MacArtfcvr It lankao by than Philippine Praiid.nt the fartai that liberated it In World War II, mode a lost, eentl. assailant fired throughan responsible by treaty for Bhu. some aspects of the board activities -the people of their rights select -

Cartel P. Garcia and MM Garcia at the, watch Ilia Fourth mental .int. ta the country I In 1961, ,lAP Wirephoro> open window and escaped tan's defense and foreign affairs could not be made public their representatives from

.f July Independence Day Parade in Manila In Wl TI,. Can- officials said. Dorjl died two said they had no detailed I their own district" Choate com

hours Jater.Countys:. _ information__ __ ____ _I "We are in competition with I mented.

Johnson Sneak every every city city in in the Florida,United and States with i Reps.The Edmund suit wu"1i1ed Gong and by Max State

Nation Much Of World Thousands Try For for Industry" Myrick said ine Baker of Miami, Mrs Joyce
He reported that the board

I And Truman Preview 01 World's FairBy ]!presently is negotiating with five and Ann Mrs.Griffin Ruth of Fort Owens Lauderdale Kruse of
industrial firms that have Indicated -
MacArthur an Interest In locatingin Miami,
Hail General Pay Homagefor MARTIN TOLCH1N smuated out by Pmkertons in Lakeland It had asked the court to declare

,,' ,, blue-gray greatcoats who Florida's
et( \lor. limp "I can't say that we will get present congres.
Douglas MacArthur, who has NEW YORK Scores, of didn't have to use their solid any or all of these firms," My- sional districting, passed in lOOt,
his memorabilia, and a mination of great differences In Grail" to be regained-and he would-be-gate-crashers resorted brass whistles unconstitutional.Judge .
given of himself with exceptionat rick said "but I can say that
strength and valor and will mausoleum for his remains, views on how to conduct the kept his promise, to ingenious but /ill-fated Direct ApproachThe industry is Interested in beating Choate also refused to

There are the famous Korean War, Truman dismissed As the family left Walter Reed ruses yesterday to gain a pre- brazen favored direct In areas with the right'climate' enjoin the State of Florida from
bf remembered as one of the crunched campaign hat, with its mature glimpse of the Worlds'FaIr type holding the May primary election .
MacArthur from all his We are developing
commands Hospital to begin the motor confrontation There was,
great military men In our his. scrambled eggs insignia, and which opens April 22. for the 12 congressional districts
in Lakeland
that kind of 'climate'
tory one of the corncob pipes that i Journey to New York Sunday Sneaking into the fair has for example, the young man ." a pending redistrictlng Ha
were his trademark. The general wanted to Mrs MacArthur leanedout with the crew-cut who surged
carry night, become a fashionable way to said such action would "destrov
Soldier And Clll/en There, too above the tomb the war to the Red Chinese-for' to console a red-eyed, grlev spend a sunny Sunday afternoon past hundreds of sightseers on Appropriation ApprovedIn the hopes and Investments cf
.'that will him, Is this Inscriptlon .' the subway ramp, and told the
Sen. Cold R receive "
Barry water, !'I example by bombing beyond the; ing nurse who had attended the and yesterday's clear guard: "I was hired as a other actions this morning many candidates
Ariz.. called MacArthur "one of,, : I skies and balmy temperatures for the which
Yalu River and the commission: Attorneys group
unleashing general in his last hours Pinkerton last Friday
In
campaigns, on
a
Americas greatest soldiers md' twenty whetted the curiosity of 10,000 Approved\ a supplemental appropriation -filed suit were given 10 days 10
hundred battlefields, around a Chiang Kalshek's Nationalists! The 12-car motorcade movedat 'It's a good story, the
"' hopeful sightseers Most were of $22,000 for the file briefs on one issue only -
one of Its finest citizens. thousand campfires, in long from Formosa The President: a sedate 43.50 miles an hour guard conceded "but I don't
content to crane at the pavilions deadline which
I Hibiscus at the a prime the
Gov, Nelson A. Rockefeller of yean of peace as well as war- believed that would risk dangerous .'up the broad turnpikes to New from behind wire fences, believe it" new Building court might set for the Florid
The cost
civic
center. original
New York, an opponent of Gold. escalation of the war, per York At tollgates state troopers And there was the man who .
water for the Republican nnm,i 1 1I 1I haps into global conflict with illuminated torches Some tourists were scouted more the said he had a business appointment estimate was $63,000 Architect Legislature to act on redistrictIng
venturesome They .
motion for president, said MIC- I Beginning last March 6, the waved it on, without paymentof with the banquet James Dry said that the new
perimeter in search of unfenced will about Choate warned "the
tourist facility cost remedyof
Arthur's "brilliant leadershipand I general had undergone opera- tolls manager of the top of the fair
and then Insinuated .
openings elections at large will be
heroic patriotism were in!I tines at Walter Reed for removal MacArthur during his career restaurant, and who was allowed $87,000. vigorously
the highest! tradition of this nation a soldier who tried to do his' of his call bladder, his spleen made soldierly history At West themselves into the In- to enter the building. Directed City Manager RobertV. applied if the legislature

,' duty as God gave him the lightto ,and an eight-foot section of In- Point, he averaged (8.14 in his ._ .rea. .They were promptly But he tried to walk straight :.,Youkey to,.continue negotiat----fails- to.act"lutuartetf_ - --- -

Former Vice President Rich: see that duty" testine. Since Friday night he studies-the highest ever scored through and out the other side

ard M Nixon said MacArthurwas Messages of sorrow at Mac- had lain In coma -and he collected In war the Red China to the fairgrounds, lie was escorted -

"a true giant on the American -Arthur's passing-and praise for When he died, his wife, the Medal of Honor and five Distinguished out by two guards. I I',

and world scene-liberator his exploits In World Wars land former Jean Marie Faircloth of, Service Medals. Leaders Hit An older man with a purposeful -
II 1 and the Korean "police Murfreesboro. Tenn, and their He was born in Little Rock stride identified him ,

action"-poured In from around son Arthur, 26, were grieving at Ark. Jan. 28, 1889, the son of Iseif as an employe of a con MRS. KATIE FULGHUM She Is survived by several

the globe. One, from fprmer the bedside They had seen Lt. Gen Arthur MacArthui a By Nikitasoberly struction company, but he failed 7ilra. Katie Mae Fulghum, 32, nieces and nephews.

'President Harry S. Truman, re much history at MacArthur'a Civil War veteran. In World to convince the Pinkertons of Eaton Park, died yesterdayat Funeral services will be help

called a great controversy with side War I, he created and led the ," he said, and added that "we're putting in 3.000 Lakeland General Hospital. Wednesday at the chapel of the

uf the Philippines, architect of which historians will be wrestlmg For example, that tragic crack Rainbow Division the that President Kennedy park benches" She was a native of Lakeland, Gentry-Morrison Funeral Home

victory In the Pacific and cre-, for decades. night of March II, 1942 with 42nd He was gassed and speech at Washington University Fences Are Challenges and a member of the Eaton Burial will be at a later date

ptor of modern Japan." Truman Sorry Japanese artillery and planes wounded. last summer in which Ken Park Baptist Church. I Friends may call at the funeral
,Tributes also came from two pounding Corregidor to a pulp. As war clouds gathered for Local youths regard the wire She Is survived by her bus home tonight ,from. 7 until 9
other former presidents, Herbert Truman said Sunday night: By presidential order, MacAr the second global conflict, he fences as challenges. band Walter W. Fulghum; o'clock '

Hoover, who named Mac "f am deeply sorry at the thur left the Philippines going was relieved from U S. Army "Any time you put up a three sons, Billy Bobby and

Arthur chief of staff In 1931, and passing of Gen Douglas Mac In the misty darkness aboard a duty to become a field marshalof fence a kid is going to try to David, all of Eaton Park; one !MRS, MAUDE BEALI-
Gen Dwight D. Eisenhower, Arthur, who has given of him wooden PT-boat and taking with the Philippines and train climb over it," said Patrol- daughter Sandra Gail Eaton Mrs. Maude Beall. 78, of 306

who twice served on MacAr.thur' self with exceptional strengthand him hm wife and son, then 4. those Islanders for defense. : nedy demanded. a peaceful solution man Robert Miletti "If he Park; her parents, Mr and West Palm, died yesterday valor and will be to Cast West problems was didn't, you'd about .
remembered worry
staff Mr. Tom H. Moore, Eaton ernoon at the Bethany Retirement
Fulfilled
Vow Pacific Campaign Mapped
as one of the great mill a reasonable one. him" Park; two brothers, James L. Home after a long Illness
Calling MacArthur "a great tary men in our history." He vowed "I shall return"- When the islands fell he wentto "Some people have criticized Inside the fair, It Is Impossible Moore, Eaton Park and Carl She was a native of Eatonton

man, a.great" general and a i On April II, 1951, as the cul- named Corregidor as Holy Australia and, as supreme me for praising this" speech," for a visitor to walk more Moore, U. S. Army, Panama Ga., moving from there *
Hoover said "the
,
great patriot / Allied commander In the South Khrushchev said, It is primitive than two or three blocks before ,
Canal
world is a finer place for his l Zone. i Lakeland in 1923 She was <
to think that we are more i
Pacific, pushed the being halted Pinker-
having lived in it." west great by Funeral services will be held member of the First Methodist!
Mrs. offensives, including the island ,prudent than all the others I tons. Their Job was made more tomorrow at 10 o'clock at the Church, the Woman's Society of
"Earned Admiration" MacArthur Thanks hopping campaigns, that finally think that President Johnson difficult by 2000 guests attending Eaton Park Baptist Church and Christian Service and the Wesie
helped bring Japan to her knees has similar views to his predecessor the Bell Telephone exhibit burial will be
Eisenhower said, "Through a .' In Oak Hill Burial] Philathean Class
long lifetime of service he Nurse For Her Devotion As Allied occupation commander --.-- -, _- and 1000 I luncheon Park, Gentry Morrison Funeral Survivors include a son Dennis
earned the admiration and respect in the beaten empire, guests of the Manhattan eye, Home is in charge of arrange- A. Beall of Lakeland I i

of his fellow citizens and I WASHINGTON (AP) She Mrs MdcArthur asked to speak I Ito he became a sort of super-em: ear and throat hospital In add ments. Friends may call at the daughter, Mrs Jack Culler ,I'

the personal devotion of those wore a sweater over her white'nurse' Bonnie Ritter H peror- operating partly behind Cily Adopts ;tion, hundreds of Greyhound funeral home from 7 until 9 Jacksonville, a brother Elm

he led in battle." '' She came forward the scenes to foster democracyand drivers and hostesses received o'clock tonight. Maddox of Lakeland: and lwn
hesitating
Among the many other mill uniform against the ly almost in half-step in answer a peaceful spirit One Japanese -I:1 \ orientation lessons yesterday, sisters, Mrs George P. Bran

tary leaders who paid tributeto coolness of the late afternoon to the beckoning wave of newspaper once remarkedthat "How did those people get WALTER GEORGE JOHNSON ley Sr. of Lakeland and Mrs

MacArthur was Fleet Admiral Her eyes were red with fatigueand Army Surgeon General LeonardD. many Japanese "regardedhim Tax Roll In there?" asked an irate father Walter George Johnson, 51, Oscar Goodwin of Atlanta

Chester W. NImitz, who sadness Heaton When she got to the as "a living god. i |J of three who was turned of Fort Lauderdale, died last Funeral services will be held
shared the Pacific command in But MacArthur did not of,I away at the subway en- 10 'dor,
Since March 6, 2nd Lt. Bonnie limousine, behind the shelter of ramp Thursday in a Cleveland, Ohio tomorrow morning at o .
World War II, He praised Mac the open door, she saw the out- course so regard himself. To assessed value of his property I i trance to the fair A Pinkerton hospital. He was a native of in the chapel of the First Methodist
Arthur's "qualities of military Ritter had cared for the ailing stretched arms of Mrs. Mac- an American church group The tax millage is set following explained who the guests Akron, Ohio and came here in Church, with the Rev Cax

Character leadership and administrative Gen Douglas MacArthur as recovery -Arthur, For one moment, they which praised his policies in the board meeting. I were 1957 ton Doggett. pastor officiating!

skill" room nurse-and for the embraced and kissed, and Mrs. Japan. He remarked: "ThoughI Boswell told the commission He is survived by his widow, Burial will be in Roselawi
Adlal Stevenson, U.S. ambassador am a Caesar, I rendered unto this morning that he believed Mrs Leona Miller Cemetery.
pate two weeks, there had been MacArthur murmured her Johnson
to the United Nations, little rest thanks and it was over, God that which was his. some of the county s assessed Rites Scheduled Lakeland; his mother, Mr.. An- Dukes.Steen Funeral Home is
quoting from a speech made by Always throughout his 52 values were too high and that na C, Johnson, Lakeland; one in charge of arrangementsMRS.
MacArthur after the recaptureof Now she and her husband, year Army career, he pronounced he would work with county 'For Ex-Senator sister, Mrs. Irene J, Etter,

Corregidor In 1945, said: Capt Richard Ritter, an Army HighRankingCitrus himself a hater of war.I officials in seeking reduced Lakeland and one brother, Her. MAUD OWENS
"His doctor, were going home. They the growth of nuclear valuations on some : O:
courage was as high as With property. man F. Johnson, Orlando Mrs. Maud Smith Owens
the flag his troops raised: 'Hoist had just been to Mass In the' weapons he said: Science has Full Adoption Urged Franklin Today Funeral services will be held I, East Orange St.. died Saturd,
Job .
the colors to Its peak and let chapel at Walter Reed General'' clearly outmoded war as a feasible tomorrow at 2:30: o'clock at the evening at the home of '
no haul them down: Hospital. arbiter. Youkey said he believed that Wimfte.
enemy I FORT Gentry Morrison Funeral daughter Mrs. George
So It was by accident that'' the county roll should be MYERS (AP-funer. Chapel ' ,
NotFflled I Burial will be In Oak Hill ly, 312 Allamanda St. Mrs. 0*'
CITRUS SHIPMENTS they became part of the crowd' adopted because It would tend al services were scheduled for Burial Park. was a native of Umatilla I i I.

outside the hospital's east wing! Japan Leads to equalize assessments In Tuesday for former State Sen. and came here 60 years ,I; '
WIlfTJR KAvr" IAPI--Illat. Cllru, as the generuls widow came'' No decision Is yet In the offing -' I Lakeland He noted however James Alfred Franklin Sr. who MRS. GRACE D. from Umatilla. She was a nice
,
HENSLEY
InolIo........ aurou 1Q am r.port 111 out Sunday to begin the trip In appointment of a com that the county roll should be Method'!
First
Mrs ber of the
0.5,5 0'.... Tribute ToMacArthur I adopted in Its I idled at his home Sunday He Grace D. Hensley, 79, of
without
least ..-... ... 11.700 14616 that would take her husband'sbody merclal development director to entirety i|was 69.Born. Kens Mobile Park died Church
Truck ,.?,,.?,.,.:: 44,044: J611J home to New York. I changes being made "here Saturday -
her daugnter
the staff of Florida Citrus Commission In Edinburgh. Ark., he at Lakeland General Hospl: She is survived by
(.lotuS.: ..' ..::.:.:::.... eaina 341.11 1IUUUJ sa as's There were only a few minutes Homer E. Hooks, Commission r ',,;;:;:,' ,,.:ij: :::J }. -J I moved to Jacksonville in 1901. tal. She was a native of Ga- and a grandson. Funera
before the olive
wait th'
to general manager, said I ',, fl'm-U";" ', He moved to Fort Myers In 1924 lena, III, and had spent the past 'services were to be held ,,'
green Army ambulance In broughtthe today. the greatest commanders of the ::. ::::: ',;" .t.i '" I after graduating from the University eight winters here, coming from !afternoon at the Chapel Th

acidIndigestion flag-draped coffin those Hooks said he hopes a director ast war." and there" Both human and of Florida In 1921. East St. Louis, III She was a !Thornton Memorial Home.

,'few minutes Mrs. MacArthur will be appointed within the An Indian government spokesman Boswell agreed with You key Franklin, a lawyer, served In member of St, Paul's Methodist Rev, Dr W A. Myres and th.
? saw the pretty, young nurse in next two or three months at the said MacArthur was "one on this recommendation. the state senate for 12 years, Church of East St. Louis, the Rev John R. Hunt were to ificiate
the crowd in Ros'
latest The motion to adopt the assessed representing tee Collier, Hen Woman Society of Christian Burial was set
Despite. her own sadness, He said B?, Allen and Ham I values of the countywas dry and Monroe counties. Service and the Order of East lawn Mausoleum.

ilton, New York Industry advisory -' -- made by Commissioner era Star
Stop II rljM away wIth TUMS Citrus Board consultants. Is also screen-' James R, West, the second beIng CATTLE AUCTIONS I Survivors Include her husband, RITES FOR MRS. TINNtYFuneral
antacid tiDloU. Today lood for MI
tatting TUMS Ire tortifladlaaad Ing candidates for the high.rank, offered by commissioner Ira L. Hensley; a sister, Mrs. services of '
'1111".. hlh potency Sets Hearing ing Job. Hooks himself has pass, of those few great generals who I John H. Woodall Jr JACKSONVILIB V-Prlcri wn-1 Mae Taylor of Lakeland; and Georgia Ann Tinney, 76, f
rallal . naulrallta ell, tissi. ,os... who died here
aicaif a .1 ,
Petersburg
,, ed on four to the proved themselves even Commissioner W U b e r Y. irrjwjaB. iss two brothers Harry Trevarthenof
applications lOut
add . 10..... you (rom great ,, at (r>
trip af an aclaXrrlutad stomach i On Brix Hike consulting firm for Investlgation -er administrators." Wooten said that he favoredthe r.50, ., [*:,sass, hi'::jssLrr1- Galena and Raymond Tre day, were held yesterday
...."'pl.t.,', .ntiy, en the equalization of property ..... ta.lI.. varthen of Hazel Green, WIs. graveside in Lakeland Memo'lal
loot Wouldn't you Ilka IMlfulckty "Assured Place" ......hI.. CI._ with the R1-
Florida Citrus. Commission New Post Created assessments, but that he believed IItHr 0.04 505-silo I 15. It OO-U 00 I Funeral services and burial Gardens,
affoatltahifn was to hold a hearing this In Canberra Australian! that some business .00-1100 17 '15.2500 1110 1100-12 so. .1.ad.nI, will be in Galena Gentry.Mor- Ralph C. Arbaugh. pastor of tr I '

aettney. mileSSr.tIpacR30t e afternoon at 2 o'clock to consider director The commercial development Prime Minister Sir Robert G property in Lakeland was assessed Ioadanl 1f.11.., inHrsorSSoSr Good 00-100 Soo-_ 1110 IIS0.22 00,, rison Funeral Home is in chargeof First Presbyterian Church, a's'
,
according to recommendations -
I Industry-voiced pros and 'Menzies said MacArthur was much too high in reja cow, 14 110.5? 50. arrangements here the Rev. Howard E. Andern
,.
suit gj ,
made by BAH in the teas-tea. office
ff.VITI cons to a proposal to Increase "undoubtedly a great soldier, a tion to assessments of bust cliv. .. nsa-sos ic. 21 00-400 I minister of visitation
I recent atudy uf Commission
I the Drlx (orange solids con- operations man of remarkable talents end ness property elsewhere In the ; MRS. BESSIE E, MOORE ing
tent) of frozen orange conS will head up an en- personality and he has an assured county ClMM stxsr0"MW Mrs. Bessie E Moore, 76, of I, Gentry-Morrison F u n I.r.
*
I centrate from 42 S to 44 ,tirely new department with complete place In Australian history Boswell said that he agreed m'dium Btwi 5750-5000 Oood tao-uo I... llso.3300 I 721 E. Orange St., died Home was in charge of arrangements

The recommendation to Improve responsibility for planning ." I with Wooten and that he would. Hair,. Oood 4110-100 lbs II oo.ao as.sSium day at Lakeland yester'l .
and research and development IC 0.100 ---=
supervising '
the concentrate formula British Prime Minister Sir take the matter up with the Cow M,tlum 00-1100 pltal. She was a native of Cor.:
PHILLIPS was first voiced by the Industry. of new markets and,Alec Douglas.Home described I proper county authorities I ZO 110-24 vr'mis so. madium,di Oood 10-2110 lllO-5OO tb. inna, Me, and came to Lakeland
'. concentrate quality products for the Florida citrus MacArthur as "one of the great from Northeast Harbor,
Dukes Steen
FABRICS committee) weeks ago The industry, !, soldiers of our time" FLORIDA FIVE DAY POULTRY & EGGS i Me., five years ago She was a
10&4 S. Florida public hearing was set at aspecial Ideally a man with an extensIve "In Britain, in the darkest FORECAST iI I member of the Episcopal Church
I
Pitoci MU s-nll meeting of the Com.mission I background In merchandising days of the war, we admiredthe Temperatures will average .O'akrs T4UP. . perhaps as part of the management seroels.laSs lad Coca Deei'u00
list Monday courage and tenacity of purpose -around five degrees: shove nor 40" '" Club.
,
This Week's Special of a supermarket chain, N.. I..
which brought him up from mal. Normal maximum and A W..h' CarM.

Upholstery Plastics R >EI ctDRTY" \the commercial development director defeat at Corregidor to lead the minimum ranges include: 76 to r:.'..I.I' II :: :.42.45.os.ej''p. e., ::: ,05 : 1fHO T. 310 S Florida
I will probaby! receive a Allied forces to victory In the 53 in Tallahassee and 82 to 65! Mc<. .. 21 , "i :\
54" wl4. Asf. Col.... ''salary of $20,000 or more according Small tiaa t:1J' '.>. I ,M 1
Pacific Douglas-Home said along the southeast coast About :" t t ::ueI\ aaw50i.t. ....... OI\I JHO.M I I
III I
to the present salary an inch of rain can be expected ... o'a: J'.J .. Phone MU 2-3123
59 Yard schedule set up for Commission Relief pitcher Bill Henry in the extreme north portions of no 00 .It.I,.form rfporwd, .to:Tim ho.,4', a r' I 1S
'
.3 Je
I'' STATE 'executives upon the reiommcn saved 13 games for Cincinnati I the state toward the end of the all hrn l In, .rruarud,,,s-eu,.Iwi 05.> 4.II 4: : .,,. ,0':,. . ambulance service,

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LAKELAND LEDGER Monday April f, IM4 :I .

.:.( , ;.:, . \FtAmtt: \ : li . fliiiq1: ;'il"i. MacArthur Had

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I Temperatures In Floida And Around The Nation Egoism Hurt HimBy
Editor's Note Murlin Spencer I ment and office buildings that damage areas storekeepersmoved

Miami .............83 73 Boston ............. (1 52 Los Angeles ......... 57 45 :chief of the Seattle bureau of stand empty, their occupants I in, swept out glass and
Homestead .....5.84 70 Chicago ............ 58 40 Memphis ...........68 57 JAMES MARLOW He thought all he had to do The Associated Press has listed among the "quake refugees. ,debris and if they could,
t, Key West ..6a...... 82 78 Cleveland ........... 58 47 Milwaukee .......... 42 36 Associated Press News Analyst was whip the North Koreans, known and worked with ." |opened up again for business.If .
LAKELAND. ....... 85 66 Cincinnati ........... 66 58 Mpls-St. Paul...... 38 32 WASHINGTON (APGeneral that the war would be over by Alaskans There Is optimism here combined they could not stay in the
i Ocala ............. 66 ... .. for 18 years. Ht Hew to I sought others -
.85 Denver ... ,... 54 31 New York ... . 51 37 of the Army Douglas Mac- Christmas that the Chinese with a fantastic display'same location, they
Orlando ............ 85 65 Des Moines ........39 30 Omaha .............45 36 Arthur had brains, character, would not come In. He was Anchorage the day after the:of the cooperation and brotherliness -' and were delighted if they
PensacoU ..........73 69 Detroit .............54 40' Pittsburgh .......... 60 46 fabulous courage, grace, and a,wrong on all counts. earthquake and helped cover for which Alaskans long could find a vacant storehousein
Sarasota ............ 86 66 Fairbanks .......... 35 27 St Louis ............ 63 41 special quality which some men Then his egoism overcame he dramatic and tragic : have been noted. which to set up shop.Of .
Tallahassee ........82 65 Fort Worth ......... 74 51 San Francisco ....... 56 47 have had from antiquity. Anthropologists him He pitted himself against This Is his story But there Is also real concern great Importance and significance -
Tampa .............. 89 69 Honolulu ...,......? tl 71 Seattle .............. 49 39 : call It mana. President Harry S. Truman who Impression 10 days for the future of Anchorage Is the fact there has
W. Palm Beach .... 84 74 Indianapolis ........ 58 53 Washington ......... 59 39 It means extraordinary had ordered him not to assert later. Valdez, Seward and other quake been no mass exodus from
Juneau ............. 46 28 BAROMETER and power to impress magnetism publicly his Ideas on how to win By MURLIN SPENCER I damaged areas. Anchorage.LALI.
Atlanta .. ...... ..47 44 Kansas ....... 30.12
City 55 43 7 a.m. 30.11 1 p.m. Sunday Mixed with it was egoism. And the war. MacArthur didn't Us- ANCHORAGE Alaska (AP) The stimulating excitement

this produced his personal disaster -ten, didn't obey.Extension, -Ten days after one of hisoty's which sustained the 88,000 resi-
when he let the egoism collide Feared -' dents of this area In the first
with his judgment In disobeying -I His Ideas differed from Tru worst recorded earthquakes days after the quake has

the President.It man's. He wanted, among ocher smashed this beautiful passed.
was a. humiliating end to things, to bomb the Chinese city on Cook Inlet, a visitor seeing Today they face the cold, hard
one of the most glamorous military bases In Manchuria. Trumanand it for the first time might fact that they sustained a major -
records hi American history his advisers feared this exclaim: disaster. A
52 yeaid' of service, longer might mean World War III, with "Why this Isn't so bad. The Anchorage stood up with great
than the combined military the Soviet Union coming in on reports were exaggerated" i courage in its hour of trial.

service of George Washington, China's side.Truman In the aftermath a light snow The city moved swiftly to restore -
Ulysses S. Grant and Andrew considered MacAr- veiled-even if it did not con- services. Electricity for

Jackson. thur insubordinate and his statements ceal-the rubble shoved back lights and heating was back

Many Battles FoughtHis injurious to the conductof from the streets. amazingly fast
the and relations with The snow fell lightly on parka-
battles In three wars were war Phones Overtaxed
like a catalogue of allies Thus it became a contest clad troops standing guard For New end
,. encounters'between around the hardest.hit areas on Telephone service, too, was Efficiency
and his
from the Iliad The a general com-
: Marne
restored, but for days facilities
mander.ln-chief the president. Fourth Avenue and at Turn- Nw Economy In The
Meuse-Argonne, St. Mihiel
Se- again Bluff where homes were overtaxed by frantic rela-
luxury
dan; Bataan, Corregldor New MacArthur lost was fired. slid Into the sea. tives trying to call In and An- TalC Collider's Office,
Guinea, Leyte, Lingayen Gulf This time there was no return.
C chorage residents trying to call
Stark Realism RemainsBut
Elect . .
Even In the the phoenixcame
legend
Borneo Luzon
; Pusan, Inchon It could not cover the out to reassure them. ,
out ot the ashes only once.
Yalu River. ,
M reeM/lM
e.1 arc..r at+r.nr Mwa I stark realism of the J C. Penney Water was soon available for
If he wore his decorations, Co.'s new store, which washing. But It took time to ,GEQRG'E' 'J K.; ,MIllE (\
w nAIMI L/A e.aell lerMM e./ which ranged down from ,
the clear it for drinking In all areas
Hails stands cold and silent, a huge
GOP
/ +eeous.rw ar.oaa.eeeee. U'i Y Medal of Honor, he would have
wall blasted away as if by a of the city. Hundreds of An- :
TAX COtlECTOR:
eta L/w r a x been as resplendent as Achilles' bomb.It I chorage men. women and children -
shield But he didn'tiwear them. Rockefeller'sDecision have felt the sting of the
.,. -'I- ... could not hide huge apart-
This, one writer said;\eas part ; antityphoid needle.
-- .rrua r..w tts7 of his ostentation.John Just ss quickly as guards N Pol. Ad*. h.
Gunther. impressed by tattle Lines removed from the major Polk County CltiMi cools.
the were For .Oiorit...K_Miller I __
"Immense force of his character -------
Weaffiercast
." quotes an officer as say.: LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (AP- :
Partly cloudy skies and warm A srw.d? e .wean ing MacArthur was the only Southern Republican leaders are Form In PickingOf
temperatures are in store for B man In the world "who could applauding Winthrop Rockefel-

Lakeland through tomorrow .H A11el walk Into a room full of drunks ler', announcement that he will Brazil Chief
and for the next five days .1111 eM and all would be sober in five run for governor of Arkansas,
weathermen said today. minutes" but of discord
a note appearedIn
South to southeasterly winds BRASILIA, Brazil (AP) Political -
MacArthur
blow at 12 to 20 miles an hour A-Mostly cloudy and mild NNN core? M rogant, his critics was dramatic-ar-said-and in Party the state leaders GOP.in other Southern battle lines are being R TAXES'A
with widely scattered showers
during the daylight hours, di- his years of heading the occupation drawn for the convening of Congress
states unanimously agreed
tonight and Tuesday. Lowest this week to elect an interim .
minishing to 5 to 10 miles an
forces
ems- raw in Japan he stood
that Rockefeller's decision, announced -
hour at The will tonight in 60s. president to serve the remaining -
night. humidity aloof
as as a mikado. But he Saturday, is an indication -
be moderate during the day, B, C-Partly cloudy and warm had a glistening sense of history of the growing Republican 20 months of deposed

high at night Tuesday. Low tonight In the IE: ...r.r.r..... including his own, and no strength in the South. President Joao Goulart's term Quick SolutionTo
The maximum temperaturehere bOs. wonder. The shape of the Interim government -

yesterday was 85 degrees, D One traced his ancestry backto Party Is Dead is certain to influence A Pressing Problem !
-Partly cloudy Tuesday.Low
the minimum this morning was Scotland's clan MacArthur But the Arkansas Republican the 1965 presidential race.
66 degrees, and no rain fell at tonight in the 60s. he chairman, William Spicer of Some leaders of last week's
the city hall weather station. E, F, H, I-Partly cloudy and H finds which a place said In In the Life"heroic magazine lore, Fort Smith, said barely four coup met in Rio de Janeiro Saturday Our tax.loan plan Is geared to modem requirements. ServIce

warm Tuesday. Low tonight In of King Arthur and his knightsof hours after Rockefeller's announcement and agreed to support Is fast and the payment terms are easy on your pocketbook.
Ked of the St. Louis the 60s. Southeasterly winds 12
Boyer w rw the round table. that the party Is Gen Humberto Castelo Branco,
Cardinals paced National League to 20 miles per hour dead in Arkansas. army chief of staff, for the Interim -

third basemen in hitting last G, J, K-Partly cloudy Tues- frees htd ,lp''' One Ancestry entranced Traced After a meeting of the State presidency. leans up (4\\m\\ to $600
season with .285. day, Low tonight 70 to 75. biographereven Republican Executive Committee There are no indications who
made him an eighth cousinof in which pro-Rockefeller the Social Democrats, largest
'' Sir Winston Churchill, a sixth forces gained a seat needed to bloc In Congress, will support C. A.C. FINANCECORPORATION
Wet Weather of President Franklin
cousin D.
Irop Damage Estimates give them control Spicer said for the interim presidency to
Roosevelt and descendant
a of
President I
GOP nothing Provisional
the Arkansas was ): succeed

Covers Most Now Exceed $20 Milliondaughters Charlemagne.King Arthur. of the myth slew more than "a Rockefeller club.", Paschoal Ranieri Mazzilli. who AMOUNT AVMINil .0. I _
smal I I
leader of last Thursday.
a I took
Spicer over 'YOUGfT
monsters with like TwrchTrwyth. 2. MONTHS to MONTHS is MONTHS Ir MONTHS
Of NationBy ATLANTA ( estimates and MacArthur's names monsterswere group of old guard Republicans. ; 1 7500 S 506 S 541 S 7.B
AP-Early of the
are gone a large part said the action killed the GOPin \, L
indicate that record low young berries killed. Russians, Red Chinese, Arkansas and added that the stopBad Breath 16000 9.49 1079 11.67 16.11 t I

THE ASSOCIATED PRESS temperatures of the Easter I Tentative estimates place the and those in Washington he party split would make it difficult "U.OO H86 28.35 I 30.69 I II 4150
weekend cold wave may have loss to the peach crop In Georgia -thought were conspiring to frustrate for Rockefeller to defeat Swatters Mould Stomick' 5 Minutu 600.00 3439 39.34 I 4".66 59.35
Wet and cloudy weather covered caused damages exceeding $20 at approximately $4 million. and undercut him. or your 3S$ back ll aunrut Chaw Mil. Gov, Orval E. Faubus, who i Is ..,
brulli West Main Street
wide areas of the nation million to fruit and vegetable The northern third of the state' The clan MacArthur and Its expected to announce this week offend Bfll-int on m e iwulrillrt you thmk.your od,ty, renters mar 126
today, with rain in many areas crops in' the southeast. $12 million peach crop was pride came down through his mouth and itonwcD liki meal. No nirmfuldru I Lakeland/ Florida
for Democratic nomination to a |>,Get B.lln.. sand pmUl to sedan, I
in the eastern half of the coun- The Piedmont area of South wiped out.Melons Father, Lt Gen. Arthur Mac- sixth term. Orinftbwf, N. V.. lor II6".I ale umsls." Telephone/ 686.5193
Carolina which produces nearly Damaged Arthur who In the Civil War at .Adv. f
try and snow in north and west two-thirds of the state's $20 million -I Watermelons, tobacco tomatoes -Missionary Ridge won the Medal Back Goldwater -

ern sections peach crop, may have suffered and other early crops In of Honor and became colonel Spicer and his group have at,
The wet belt extended from a complete loss of the south Georgia also suffered damage -of his regiment by the time he tacked Rockefeller frequentlyfor
the eastern Gulf states throughthe peach crop. In the ridge area, from the cold, 'was 20. what they call his usurpationof
Great Lakes region reports range from a complete I In Alabama, peach orchardsin i So from childhood, soldiers party control. : I
upper
loss to half a crop. Chilton County were hit hard-,were respectful to Douglas Mac- Spicer contends Rockefellerwill $ J1Ie\
and into the northern Rockies More than half of the vegetable est by the cold wave, with 80 Arthur, son of a general. Re- use his influence In the ,

and southward into Utah. crop in Beaufort. Jasper,per cent of the crop frozen out membering this, one admiring Arkansas party to secure back
Heavy rain Sunday pelted and Charleston counties In South for a loss of $3 million. officer who served under Mac- ing for his brother, Gov. Nelson -
areas in the Southeast and from Carolina was damaged by frost. Alabama also counted heavy Arthur In the Pacific in World A. Rockefeller of New York, BLASTOFF !

the central Gull states north- Peach Crop Ruined damage to its early strawber War II said: a candidate for the Republican ,
ward into the middle Mississippi In North Carolina, Henry L. "If MacArthur never had the presidential nomination.
Valley. Heaviest rams dur Rasor, crop statistician, said the ries.North Florida vegetable grow common touch, It's because he Spicer and his forces back
ing the night were in parts of commercial peach crop appears era suffered heavy damage to was never a common man him Sen. Barry Goldwater of Arizona with Polk Federal
Mississippi and northern Ala- to be "very near a completeloss. bean, corn cucumber and watermelon -self. He was being called 'sir' for the nomination. I u4 - -

bama. More than three inches ." The crop was worth $3.8 crops as far south as from the time he was 3." Is
fell in Meridian. Miss, and million last year. Orange County the Federal He Became SymbolHe I The Los Angeles Angels had t

nearly two inches in Birming- Rasor reported apples also Frost Warning Service at Lake- became a symbol, the their best luck last season'
ham Ala., during a six-hour suffered heavy bloom damage.And land reported. There was no phoenix of the American spirit against Baltimore 18 and Minnesota with- Launch your program of savings
.
split games
period.. he said strawberry blooms citrus damage.Goldberg. rising from the ashes of calam each rival.They t NOW ot Polk Federal and swing
Snow fell in of Montana '
parts --- - '-- ,
the Dakotas, Minnesota, ity when the Japanese drove and 'i + ; p ; ) Into o new orbit of financial progress -
him out of the Philippines
Johnson Feels Says ;,
and TERMITES
Wyoming, Colorado Nebras he said "I shall return," and NOW is the time to transfer
ka. Strong northeasterly winds ,)
caused much blowing and drift- Moral ClimateHas Play Doesn't Do did.He was 70 when the Koreanwar SWARMING? i a funds to Polk Federal without loss

ing of anow. Cold air spread Justice To Pope began June 25, 1950. Victory i'' ; ,y of earnings. Save by the 10th

ered across areas.most of the snow-cov; ImprovedWASHINGTON would have been the soaring - \ vii r '; i, sc', . earn from the first! See Polk
WASHINGTON (AP) Supreme finish to the military sym-
Tornadoes struck Rus- ,
near
music fiht:1. 1 : Federal soon!
Court Justice Arthur J. phony of his life. But the F31I :
ton in northern Louisiana and
(AP) President soured, victory eluded him, and ;;-
Mineold Sunday Goldberg dramatist Rolf ,
in eastern Texas Johnson that "from says mistake
says in seeking it he made
causing property damagebut my observation, there has beenan Hochhuth "did not do Justice to' call Id" :
of judgment.
no injuries. Improvement" in morals since that great and good pontiff. I First, he had an optimistic'I; I 1k y'/ SEE The Missies On

my day, Pope Plus XII" in the play misunderstanding of the enemy )
ty fact he told a news conference he wished ]
Eddie Fisher "The Deputy, perhaps because so
Saturday, "I think I would Hochhuth's play criticizes the hard to win. the aa1ll..t Pow Mtn..o Display In Our Lobby!

have made my parents happier Pope for not publicly condemn &'wt.
Still Considers if at IS or IS, or even 20, I had ing ,the mass murder of Jews '

conducted myself to the same by Nazi Germany. Science Shrinks Piles )ms's :: w }
.
Himself MarriedHOLLYWOOD high ,standards.of morals as my Goldberg 'a Jew, told the
apply to themselvesnow. American Jewish Conference New Without
Way Surgery
,on Soviet Jewry in Washington
(AP) Singer -! President's '
The daughters are Sunday:
I
Eddie Fisher says he stil 'Linda Bird, 20, and Luc:I Baines, 'Jews are and ever should be Stops Itch-Relieves Pain :
considers himself the husbandof I 16.
for and '
what the
actress Elizabeth Taylor, He asked to comment as grateful Pope HOT y.... K. T. (.,.,UI>-For tko tkorovfk tkot ..9" ro etude '
was
the Catholic Church did to rescue "FUwk
lUtomonU like
found MtanlihiDf
ku a Bow I
mimes
ant time
who considers herself the wire a father "on the loosening of innocent Jewish victims of healing iubiUBto with the Oitoaliblnf .n gaud to be a probUmt 'ae0ieML'
of actor Richard Burton. morals for the young In this Nazi insanity and barbarism." abilitr t* shriek komor- The aunt ll a saw kMliitf nk-
Fisher, asked whether he will country." rkoldi, stop Itching, ul rationpale Ita... (Blo-Drs.e> )-diseoar7 tt "" ........ .
marry again told a Hollywood Johnson said the problems of Rookie second baseman Cesar _without auraer7. a world-fanoui research InitlMU

reporter: the young should not be over Tovar of Venezuela hit in 26 la MM afar,MM.ictail..IIR.reduction fontlf! I*Thin ottppontory iubtUne or ll oiarwent now ivtilikl tent I I.ad.
"I've been married two times looked and as an examplethe for Dallas-Fort rolioTinf pain He. ,
gave straight games (hrlnkoft) took pli.. ., the name pr p.r.tien I ,
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I LAKELAND LEDGER Monday, April I, 1H4 Hey.. We Haven't Finished Batting Yet!' . SCHEDULED


Governor Scranton 1

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II Bobby's. Income Tax He's Going ToBy t t


The latest episodes of the Bobby nue Service into thinking the returns ; I
had been reliably checked and audited. DAVID LAWRENCE New York governor will not E
Baker inquiry, involving the alleged be able to win the nomination
Tax experts and accountants who i WASHINGTON Throughout largely because of the feeling .
accountants l
forgery of a tax signatureon lit Republican
the country,
with their : the
help taxpayers returns nor- Inside party that the f
t+0p circles there I.a Is
tax political
the former Senate secretary's
reliable and familiar resentment among women
mally are enough expectation that 1
general 1t
return is clearly a matter demandingthe of voters over his divorce and
with the law to avoid risking misrepresentation Governor William Scranton remarriage would constitutetoo 1t

prompt intention of the Internal if they can do so. e Pennsylvaniawill big an obstacle in the November
Revenue people and the Department of What might have happened if the 1 it make few In election. I

Justice. committee's investigation had been the next an-' The two men who may t
days an
There are sinister undertones, too, brought to a close before the matterof nouncementwhich eventually emerge as the candidates .
are former Vice President
I
if Senator Williams is correct in his the tax returns was brought to will be Nixon and Governor

charge that somebody is reading his light Would it have been overlooked construed encouraginghis a s Scranton. This is one reason I

mail relating to the investigation.The The fact that it came out within a supporters why It is being openly stated

discovery of the false signatureadds matter of hours before the committeewas 4 'f to become ac' by many politicians that, if
Governor Scranton doesn't do
another bit of evidence to the already set to close its case raises the ques tive in obtain something soon, the big
for him theRepublican I prIZe
substantiated conclusion that tion also of how much more in Baker' ing- will fall Into Mr. Nixon's lap E

Baker did not conduct his affairs with record still remains ,undiscovered.There prasldentlslnomination LAWRENCE without much effort.
t
meticulous respect for propriety and is a point beyond which no at the conventionin BUT ONE OF the most Interesting I

accepted standards of ethics.It important service can be performed in tl The July.Pennsylvania governor aspects of the Re.

subjects him to the suspicion that continuing the inquiry. The discoveryof '' ,, has been under pressure from publican race Is the talk thatis t

he made use of the services of accountant the "forged" signature, however, wtiv j '' his friends to make an unequivocal going around about the impact
Milton Hauft and his name leaves an uncomfortable feeling that ? .i statement telling of the Democratic vice
This is presidential nomination on the
on the two tax returns for the purpose the whole story of Baker's operationhas clearly because his of intentions.widespread comment Republican chances of WInning

of misleading the Internal Reve- not yet been uncovered. among professional politicians the election. It is frequently
that Governor Scranton stated, for instance,
cannot afford to remain by some of the professional ,
silent any longer If he really politicians that, if attorney
If Those Striking Doctors wants the nomination. general Kennedy is nominatedfor

Naturally, the admirers of the vice presidency on the
How far can or should a doctor go the community at large. No patient, Governor Scranton think he Democratic ticket, President

in fighting socialized medicine? In in Lakeland or anywhere else, can visit q rh would make a good candidate, Johnson will not be able to
and the mention of the availability carry the South, and he may
t Saskatchewan two years ago, there a doctor without finding a goodly h ,1 of Mr. Scranton has Indeed lose strength in many of the

was a medical "walk away" to protesta array of political literature in the 4i'o'Z77ce l evoked a good deal of northern states. Although the

government health program. And waiting room. Is it true, as reported, J comment in political circles "civil rights" bill has been

earlier this week, in Belgium, hun- that doctors make up the major pro. and In the press. But the fact widely advertised as popularin
remains that Mr. Scranton is the north, there are signs
dreds of M.D.'s struck to protest what fessional group in the radical John relatively unknown. His viewson that a good many of the voters

they regard as a move towards soc Birch Society? public policies, especially there have been antagonizedby
ialization. (They were obliged to Well, doctors have a right to feel current issues, have not been It. As far as the South Is

leave the country for Luxembourg, the way they do. They have a right, [ of the People there disclosed any in general any detail familiaritywith nor is the concerned attorney, the general suggestion might that be

Holland, or Germany to avoid encounters also, to walk away and leave their his qualifications to be rewarded with the vice presidency

with angry Belgians). The Belgian patients, or to engage in jurisdictional president.One for his recent efforts to
physicians left behind them a disputes with other medical factions. professional politician enforce "civil rights" Is one
I >This Is' The Ledger's Opinion Page on the Republican side sized that gives many
so-called emergency plan but threatened But when they take positions of that
up, for this correspondent, the pause.
If to pull it out, too, if workers sort, they have no right to expect the situation as being largely related 'j'i
damaged their property while they continued approval and respect of the TMt editorial ,... effort th. "ft.,.,.,'. owe opinions .* ..., *" .f currant lt.r.tt In th. to seven big states THE PRACTICAL

were vacationing abroad.t community. Americans do not want .Jltorl*) .*....... It wtlcemti Hi* .pinlom .< ,..4." 1 I. Hi. V.ue .f the r.o,1.l C.II,..... L...." muttligiwd New York, Nw Jersey, ans say that President )

In this country, the disgraceful socialized medicine, but neither do h .,<* b.., the writer's .d V-, hut Mmti will k* withheld' up*. **..*..t.I, l..tf iliciiM mt Pennsylvania, Ohio, Michigan, son is going to have to \
Illinois and California. H'II's the big decision, and,
Staten Island affair of 1960 saw doctors they relish the sight of their doctors *((.*d 250 wetdi, *.4 ,..try .....* to ...*. The Ledger ,..*,.,.. the right .* reject say Utter *r the Republicans must win in a realist he may r

f "fighting it out" against a medical acting like members of the Teamster ,It.rt.. it. Opmraiu of celumnxH sod e K.r <*ntrl utort ."*., .ltewht .. this s.|*. four of these and that the Re- that, with the help

cooperative, to the great hurt of Local publican candidate is most Democratic senators
likely going to be the man resentatives and the J.I,I
who can carry at least four ganizations, he can
of the seven. Ohio and Illinois South anyhow and will

I Can Cyprus- Have Peace? Writer Scores Use Of Teacher ing strongly are believed in the to Republican be lean. some Bobby of Kennedy the populous to jt

direction. New York is a the north.
Officially, the new United Nations guards for the Turkish minority had state considered by many Republicans if this happens, the 1)):
mediator for the bitter Cyprus disputehas broken down before the fighting start Exams As 'Political Football'EDITORI to be in the doubt. be closer than it might .,'

three months to bring the warring ed. The fighting broke out over Greek ful class. So the question Senator Humphrey, for )
Greek and Turkish Cypriot factions together proposals to amend the constitution. finally resolves itself Into who pie were the ;
It Is Indeed tragic tion. Secondly, such a state cess of teaching can only be has the best chance to carry nominee for vice
The BritishCanadianSwedishFinnishIrish when the relative merits or ment Implies that the training seen in the end result the Pennsylvania, California, The supporters of
international force to MOST OBSERVERS are pretty shortcomings of the National which is currently being success or failure of a student Michigan and New Jersey on are convinced that
keep order has three months officially, gloomy about the prospects for restoration Teachers Examinations haveto given to recent and perspective whose education has been This is where Governor final analysis, he will 11;
too. But Mediator Sakarl Tuomloja of of the old constitution be used as a "political foot. teachers may not be com received from a myriad of Scranton comes under consideration the convention with,
months leave .or agree ball" in the current gubernatorial parable to that which was re teachers, all of whom would because he Is strength than appears
Finland wisely got six ment on a new one. A peaceful solu campaign.In ceived by older teachers in have to be jointly evaluated in known in Pennsylvania and surface. The important
from his government Job. tion (if any) likely will take the formof the April 3 edition of The the profession. Thirdly, such a order to ascertain the end result New Jersey ment on the Nixon side
No one knows whether three monthsis partition and resettlement. Perhapssome Ledger, Mr Kelly stated that statement falls to take into ac. In each instance with a he was for eight ,
enough, or whether agreement can larger Greek-Turkish he is opposed to older teachers count the vast expansion of certain percentage of success THE CALIFORNIA primarIes president of the United -:\I'":
exchangeof take and In on June 2 will, of and that he lost In
being required to knowledge recent years, to ascertain group competence:
be won at all. Once neighbor shoots population and territory, taking all pass the examinations, par. much of which did not exist based upon experience; how. course, have an important narrow margin.To .
neighbor as Cypriots have been doing the Turks off the island, will be the ticularly if they are experienced and therefore was not taughtto ever, we still would be left bearing on the whole Repub- counter this,
since just before Christmas, it is hardto answer. for It does not show the older teachers during with the problem of determining lican contest. If Senator Gold- of other candidates
back to living together again in their true competency, where. their period of academic prep- individual incompetence of water of Arizona, for example, that the country Is not
go
George Weller of the Chicago Daily as the examinations should be aration, nor whether the old each teacher. Obviously such carries the California primaries ested In the past, but
the same way. News, however, sees a more lurid pic required for the inexperienced er teachers have kept up with an attempt would be impos he will continue faces The big
Some 40,000 of the 400,000 Turks teachers and reveal their com recent findings and familiar. Bible of realization. among the front runners. however, how
ture. He thinks the Greek
have fled their old homes to the relative Cypriots petency or Incompetency. ized themselves with new de Therefore, I respectfully Many politicians are saying they be with the
safety of larger gatherings of have won their war and that the Turksare Such a statement implies velopments. Finally, such a suggest that the Common Examinations privately, on the other hand, didates by convention
beaten-if only someone would tell that a recent graduate from a statement Implies that the ex be retained for that even if Governor Rocke- If Governor
Turkish Cypriots in village or city. In them so convincingly. The Turkish four-year Institution of higher perience of a teacher can be teachers In elementary educa feller were to win In California nounces his candidacy
many cases the Greek Cypriot private learning may not, be as well measured as a criterion of tion and the Optional ExamInations he would not be able and makes a few
armies (now supposedly taken into the Cypriots are beaten, he says, b !cause prepared for entering the success.In In specific fields be to get a majority In the convention the voters will at
armed forces) have leveled the U. N. is going to let the Greek teaching profession as an older reality the experience ofa substituted In place of the There seems to be a several weeks In which
Cypriot Cypriots overrun them, and the United teacher, who in many Instances teacher as a criterion of success Common Examinations for sentiment among some of the come familiar with the
their old Turkish homes with bull States is going to keep Turkey from entered the teachingfield can not be measured un teachers In secondary educa- professionals who are not sylvania governor and
dozers. with a two-year back. der our current methods of tion. identified with any of the whether the new face
intervening to protect the Turkish ground of academic prepara education, for the true suc WALTER E, ROBERTS JR. various candidates that the factory.

TilE ARMED Greek Cypriots are Cypriots.


more forces numerous or the British than, whom the U.N.they peace are liE THINKS the Greek Cypriots A 'Sassy' Europe Proves U. S. PointBy

to replace. themselves are likely to be outsmartedby three.'j

their Communist minority, for
Whether the Greeks will give
up
their the Turkish whose sake the Soviet government has RALPH McGILL they cannot very well com nations do have an obligation va, would completely entrap Afro-Asian Economic
campaign to conquer Publisher of The plain if they fail to attract it. to assist in alleviating the the underdeveloped countries. ences In Cairo the
backed the Greek side in this dispute.If .
roadblocks and defense points and Atlanta ConstitutionA In many, though not all, of stark severity of the present lutions of a
disarm the Turkish defense forces is this is so, Cyprus is destined to become booming i competitive the countries In need there is Situation. NONE OF THE critics, for nomic approach-were

uncertain. The Greeks regard this cam- another Cuba; a Communist- Europe, flavored with at least such a compulsion for self- The Communists are point example, mentioned that In ed
controlled island in a key strategic government stemming from ing to the fact that the priceof some countries of Asia and Yet nothing has
order" rather than a of Gallic
paign as "restoring soupcon arrogance .
acute nationalism that Investment raw materials has fallen Africa there had been produce in this area of self-
fratricidal strife. spot. from M. de Gaulle, demonstrates capital is refused. across the past decade, while tion Increases in industry of petition among them

Turkish Cypriots who were in the Outsiders are struck by how much what Marshall Plan the prices of imported ma- about 10 per cent and com of the cutthroat
aid was able AT THE TIME of the Geneva chiaery and other capital parable rises In
agriculture,
Cyprus police and army left to form a alike in appearance, culture, ways of contributing factor
to do for developed confers nee Indonesia'sfiery equipment have gone up. This, but that these had been wiped of
sharp edge
Turkish defense force after the shoot earning a living, etc., the Greek and coun Sukarno said, "To hell they charge, Is a plot by the out by the still-climbing birth practices is that the
ing started. The Greek Cypriots regard Turkish Cypriots are, and how little tries.A 1 with foreign aid we are rich Imperialist nations to keep rate. mies complement one
this action as desertion and rebellion. nowadays their difference of religionthe less dainty enough in resources to go it the former colonies In subjugation Under the Kennedy administration Cotton, coffee, tea,
dish was set on our own." This is an ex- The prosperity of the the
armies Turks Muslims economically disadvantaged ber, bananas and
Their own private they regardas ( are ) seems to mat-
before the treme. But many other countries Western powers grows out of countries
legalized by being taken over by the ter, The difference is a thing of the United Nations lacking trained personnel the poverty of the Afro-Asians, asked to reach agreements were modities produced.are rather ,

Greek fragments of the island govern- mind: nationalism, pure and simple Trade and in government. industryand explained Cuba's Che Guevara among themselves to stabilize Without doing more
reaching this lovely sun-drenched isle Developm e n t the professions, and and others at Geneva who Ignored commodity prices. At the itself it will not be
ment.The Conference at I Y 1+ plagued by many language the total reality and Bandung Conference in 195J
old checks-and-balance constitution more than a generation after the last for any power, non-
Geneva. The barriers condemned focused the divl-
are by on obviously some 29 nations drew out-
of Cyprus and its special safe Turkish-Greek war burned itself out. recipe of aid McGILLenough. an excess of political and economic give propaganda. The Russian lines of proposed economic nut vide or what Communist is ,

has not been Instability to deny entry barter plan offered at Gene cooperation. At subsequent the obligation to try
Aid to the under. to foreign capital. There
developed countries has not la, of course, another road-
enabled them to fill the economic block to development the
LAKELAND LEDGER
bowl. The harsh truthis fear that Investment, even Potomac FeverBy
that, despite loans and though welcomed and given
grants, the gap between them an equitable introduction, may
.euaih.r""0"1", ,r.AT) COWL. { va.r.i1nU ua and the developed nations is soon be nationalized by some
Imperial Polk CountyWorld's also. { "!, i'i' m,.1T1.'J.., wider than before.In political coup. Waste, by con FLETCHER KNEBEL
.' "_00'0 I.h., .0. OWILL, talking of underdeveloped ruption and from lack of Looking at the economy-darkened White House, Republicans have
A.v..liNn. CMUUItU"T. '
Citrus Center puelerl
y; ? Au11"rr, aCXA.p MIAn. In administration their campaign song: "When the Lights Go On
einula, _. ... ., countries we Include a geographic competency Again All Over the
"n .0 "
'''''''''.. _0.0_. area that is about two is still another factor in *

thirds of the world's surface discouraging capital risks. A British scientist discovers a fossil man 2,000,000 years old. In the
The LEDGER'S All and about the same amount of mans seat of which U.S. Senate committee?
telephones Departments-686-1151 its population. we are talking
about Africa, Asia and Latin *
SUBSCRIPTION RATES America. The problem may .- Say what you want about Gov. Rockefeller's chances for the

HOMI DHIVUYtOn not be avoided without disasters nomination, he I the only candidate with a simultaneous chance to be
of one kind or another.At father and grandfather of the year.

r*., . ... $2340 On* !..uh, .. urn. $ MI Geneva, U.S. Undersecretary Economic growth dependson *

Sli ....'h, $".'0 W..k . . . . . . . $ .4J of State Ball talked the accumulation of capi Big league baseball gets off to a flying start next week few
just a
Three .,,'hI .S 5 IS 0.. '*'r, ky al.il. | . . $24.00 plainly. He said it was necessary tal reserves and on the profit ahead of TV'I opening kickoff
for these nations' to do obtained from the volume of *
more to help themselves. Mr. production. The underdeveloped
Published afternoons and on Saturday and Sunday morning by Ball put a finger on a very countries do have enor Texan Horace Busby becomes: the White House speech-writer. He's a
sore spot He asked the underdeveloped mous handicaps, some of discriminating Intellect. Smart enough to write the speeches and too
Lakeland Newspaper Corp., Lakeland, Florida 33802 nations to com which seem unsurmountable.They to listen to them.
prehend that if they adopt restrictive wilt prove to be so unless *
measures against the a plan can be worked out Former White House press chief Pierre Salinger is a one-man
inflow of foreign investment to assist them. The advanced tionment act. If elected, hell give California one senator-and Virginia


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County Q

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Meet I 9


BARTOW "These Are Demonstration

Our Responsibilities" will be land serving.
the )panel discussion held with
naud will be In r
Judge Bowdon Hunt of the
Polk County Juvenile Court hospitality
ctutg as moderator at the The session
quarterly meeting of the Polk unit will be
County Federation of Wom 10 a.m. by 4 l
j1
en's Club tomorrow at the bry of Fort
Polk County Agricultural Center The "Day In .
Building on Highway 17 completed in
South. President of the Bar Women's Clubs
tow Woman's Club, Mr*. Federation will
Mary Sand, was In charge of on by Mrs
the program arrangement. ty Home
The Polk County Council of Agent, Mrs "
Home Demonstration Clubs will present a .
will serve as hostesses for Mrs. Willis ; a :
the meeting scheduled to be- John Yost and ho
aiD with a coffee hour at t:30 Marion will
a m with the Combee Home kins.
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Set TuesdayThe



for children preschool who will roundup enter 1 SWARMING

first grade at Medulla Elementary
School In Septem
ber will be held tomorrow '
I from Jam. until noon, in f 1 TERMITESAREA
t h. Medulla Kindergarten

building.One I

parent ihould accompany s
the child. It Is necessary WARNING
to bring a birth certificate
hospital birth record or /
other proof of birth date andalso
the child's Immunization
record. To enter the first
grade for the 1964-63 school
year, a child must be six
years old or older on Jan. 1, MRS. JOHN .

1985The has been Blue Birds, Camp Fire Girls,
of North
children will be taken
the Horizon Club The Coun
to the first classroomsto School -
grade
; ; Fire clubhouse on Bucking.
elation Other :
meet the teachers and
children when the registration Mrs. James ; \
is completed. Floyd Shiver,

The Parent Teacher Association Mrs. Dan ;
Council Fire
Mrs. H C.
will present each Mrs. B. E.

child freshments.a toothbrush and r. Ilamentarlan and Mrs G. Fire Month ,


achievement went to members
Music; TopicOf ; Lake receiving ranks showing

Tell their progress and proficiencyin
Sorority"Enjoyment the enriched Camp Fire
LAKE program. Receiving the Trail. ,

of Music" Is Clarence W seeker Rank were Debbie
the program to be presentedby sent the study I Dalton, Martha Nolen, Rhonda -
Mrs. Kenneth Frank and and Our Trumble, Chris Carr, Lynn
Mrs. Bob Beswick at the Lowell Dltzen Garrett and Linda Bell.
meeting of Delta Gamma meeting of all Earning Wood Gatherer'sRank
chapter of Beta Sigma Phi sorority cles of the were Nancy Hillman, t\
tonight at I o'clock at of Christian Anne Miller, Anne Richardson
the home of Mrs William First Methodist Sue Ella Skipper, Cindy
Lett, 2441 Lawndale morrow : : Jackson, Jennie Roach Carol
Mrs. Charles McDilda, pres. the church 1'r: ; ': ': McCreary, Anne Barrett,
ident, will conduct the business Jenny Black, Melinda Delk,
the
session, during which the Following Janice Duerr, Chris Robinson,
circles will\
April 23 Founder's Day dinner Denise Zimmer, Edith Yates, If
will be discussed. for the Deborah Young, Patricia Miller you see
Hostess are Mrs, Lelte ness. Patricia Burris, Eleanor .
and Mrs. F M. Gates. The evening Williams, Betsy Harvey, Cln .
Wesleyan : : dy Hermely, Donna Stanley, flying ants
meet Thursday : Susan Riddle, Sue Crimp,
o'clock in the Strickland Pam Pace
Delta Beta Libby ,
when Mrs. ; Betsy Osborn, Barbara Hamm. around
your
Model Meet present the ; Fire Maker Rank was con
Order : ::
.I ferret on Beverly Rlchey.
Set TonightDelta ; Lake Wales Karen Petit, Sally Hemstreet, house
Order of the
107. Margaret Burleigh, Debbie you
Beta chapter of Beta will meet Anders, Sarah Sheffield Beth
Sigma Phi sorority will havea In the Masonic McCullen Rebecca Burns, havetermites
model meet tonight at S and Mrs :: Bette Hoffman and Mary Rose may
the
at
o'clock at the home of Mrs. preside Yearwood
Ann Edwards, 1824 Staunton ing. There will Families Take Part
Rushees will attend. Many of the family memo
Mrs. Val Golden will present : t bers of Lakeland who have
a program on "EnJoy. Shelley participated in the Camp Fire
ment of Music." program, and who are now "Swarming termitesare
Miss Bobbie Jean Wood will To Be grandmothers and mothers of
be hostess : : members were especially hon. a definite warningof
Nineteen years ored during the birthday termite attack "
the Shelley month. One special guest was ,
Jr. League Haven were Mrs. Marguerite Airey of Den says Dr. Thomas E.
Mrs. J. C. : ver, here visiting her son-in-
Officers To more St, was the : law and daughter, Mr and Snyder, world'sforemost
of honor. Tonight I Mrs. Charles Bean and fam.
authority on
Be Installed/ Lichlyter will ily of 2814 Coventry Ave., and
at a coffee on who told her granddaughter, termite control. "If
Officers of the Junior Wei- which occasion la : ; :: l Laura, and others the storiesof
president Others installedat day of Mrs. her fun as a Camp Fire you see them near

a dinner meeting tomorrow She and Mrs. { Girl in 1911 when she livedIn home I
night at the Lakeland Yacht roommates some Harrisburg Pa Laura is your
Club Florida Southern 1 a third grade Blue Bird memo recommend you

Mrs. Dudley P. Towne, retiring "
president will install ber.Open house was held In the phone Terminix.

Mrs. Kirk McKay as the new : Camp Fire House followingthe Old homes and
president. Others installedwill ceremonial I Council Fire,
be Mrs. E. Lloyd King, with Mrs William Gibson as new homes are being
vice president; Mrs. John hospitality chairman
.Moore, recording secretary; safeguarded against

Mri. Mike Kelley, correspond. Jr Th. Finest In I.eury Cor future termite
ing secretary; and Mrs. Robert 6 for the DiKrimlnatlnf w....*..
P. Williams Jr., treasurer. VISITEVERETT damage up to $5000
Sustaining members will '
& OLIVE and
meet at S:41 o'clock. A social by guaranteed
hour at 1:30: o'clock for BEAUTY SALON
IVIKITT M. RUCK, mOP.Permanent I insured Bruce-
all members and provisionalwill
W* .i STSO
the dinner which : Protection.
precede CompUl.-from upOMI I Terminix
will be at 7:15: o'clock. Spring Thurt. ft Prl .... or A..'.
flowers will be on each table 1033 5, Ha. Aw. MU ,5991 I Phone us for skilled

of the banquet room. II property inspectionand


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calls for a pint of bay scallops chairman. Mrs Nationwide, locally owned term ft.
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Chicago Wins kri Bengals Snap


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JACK SLAYTON

10,000SETS Ledger Sports Editor
CHICAGO (AP-No one will i W Al Kallne sent a looping single into center field with one

ever convince the Detroit Red 1 +4. out in the tenth Inning yesterday at Henley Field. And that hit
a
OF 4 Wings that a game.tying goal In snapped a five-game losing, streak for the Detroit Jlgers ai

their 3.2 Stanley Cup semifinal they edged the Philadelphia Phils 3-2.
GENERALDUAL The Bengals had to bounce back from a 2-1 deficit to tie
playoff loss to Chicago Sunday
night was a bona fide score. the score and then won In the tenth on George Smith's Infield

90s The goal, credited to Kenny single, a sacrifice by Norm Cash and Kaline's- single. It was

Wharram at 5:25 of the his first of the day.
came :
G.t your lucky number card L } have one more Don W rt, who fumbled the
final only 13 seconds The Tigers
period IG
from these home delivered ball
this Rojas' scoring Richie
after the Red Wings had taken a Henley] Field appearance
magazines: Allen popped up but Tony
the Kansas
2-1 lead on Andre Pronovost'agoal season. They play
Gonzalez hit into a force
here Thursday. play
and some 10 minutes before City Athletics
APRILS LIFE will meet the and Wine tallied the secondrun.
Stan Mikita clinched the Tomorrow, they
victory with a 23-footer past Houston Colts in Cocoa They .
LOOK APRIL 21 goalie Roger Crozier were to have played the Kansas The Tigers had the bases
City Athletics in Bradenton this loaded in the sixth inning but
POST The victory gave the Hawks. a afternoon. Mickey Lollch will couldn't score. They tied the
3.2 lead in their best-of seven
APRIL 25 score in the seventh
series. ,.._. 'T.........;" ,, -- .........,..,.. ..'....1I1"PiI1_.s 1m."ia.a a.'i .. .Ar .. pitch Jack for Hamilton the Tigers will tomorrow hurl for Roarke singled with one down Mike

Nothing to buy! Notliing to nib! When Wharram scored the disputed Knoxville tomorrow when they and pitcher Willie Smith ran for

goal, a goal judge Grant I at Dade City the catcher. John Sullivan ,
You may already be winner did OOOH. THAT SMARTS Don Dtmotor of the Detroit stares te' fail t. the irounj /In lacoiid photo. Alter freuiidiiif play Chattanooga swung
Easson of Toronto not signal will be an for Koch and fanned but Smith
Come In today I the red light for several sec I Tigers takes. s lusty .wing .t a pitch, foul the bell end In the out, Damarar wee taken out .( tka same. H* will b. .,d.li".dfe date Wednesday but Hank Agulrre open will I stole second. Bruton singled to

also FREE onds. When the light did RO on, ,roceu tokos. hlmwlf out of the t."' .. In photo ot the loft the a 41, 0' H. Phib carcKar li Cloy DalrympU. (Ledger ", .. hurl for Syracuse against right and Smith scored easily.

referee Frank Udvari conferredwith ball ton .. Men |Iud 01 it li itnklng' Deter on the left thin chin fun camaraj photos by Hughai) Little Rock here at Henley I Detroit threatened In the

your choice of one of 5 Easson. .b.ut live Inehei' obore. the .,,". .. Dometor. twlngi oraund ondBoston Field at 1:30: p.m. ninth. Wert opened with a
Udvarl then huddled with -- - - Frank Lary hurled the first walk and Fred Gladding pokeda

1964 CARS linesmen Ron Wicks and Matt SL Hurlers BewareCepeda !Six innings and blanked the I single Into left field. Sullivan

Pavelich before again talkingto Phils on four hits to bring his tried to bunt but forced Wert.

I Chevy Impala Easson. Meanwhile, the A L M g earned run average to 1.44 for John Herrnsteln made a nice

Ford CUIaxfe 500 crowd of 16.585 was getting Im- spring. Jim Bunmng, a former grab of Brulon's grounder and
.
Plymouth Fury patient. Suddenly, Udvarl sig EnjoyingHis teammate, blanked the Bengals: turned It Into a reverse double
nailed in favor of the Hawks for the first three frames with play.'
/ Rambler Ambassador
and the Red Wings needed a Art Mahaffey pitching the next But the Tigers nailed down

Alain nothing to buy|lust few seconds before climbing all four. Ryne Duren two more the decision in the tenth. Theyare
\ come In and fill out an official over Udvarl. and Dallas Green getting tabbedfor now 8.14 for the season.

entry blank. Crozier, filling in for Injured"ery Best SpringBy the loss In the tenth. TIGER TALK: Cuts in the

Sawchuk, insisted that Billy Bruton, who had three roster will be made in the next

"Wharram It in after hits and drove in two of the couple of days . Manager
Udvarl had blown put the whistle." 8 Monday, April 6, 004 I Tiger runs, greeted Mahaffey Charley Dressen said he was

MURRAY CHASS I a performance still well below ,, In the fourth with a homer more than pleased with Lary's
Both the Hawks and Montreal Associated Press Sports Writer his 1961 output when he batted over the right field wall, his performance: "He threw faster

now are in position to end their Orlando Cepeda wasn't a holdout 311, hit 48 homers and drovein first of the season. than at any time last year
I
semifinal series Tuesday night. this year, which may cause 142 tallies. But the Phils used a'costly Right now he's my No. 1 hurler"

Montreal took a 3.2 lead over National League pitchers to The Giants lost to Los Angeles error to go ahead in their half . Don Demeter hit his own
Toronto with a 4.2 triumph Sat- St. Louis Grab wish they had been. 10.7 last Wednesday, but Cepeda of the seventh. Clay Dalrymple shin with a foul ball and had to

urday night smashed a home run, and ou-:opened with a double and Cookie:drop out of the game. He may

The Hawks are at Detroit and Leads In NBA PlayoffsBy troversial Cepeda, slugger San Francisco's, is ripping con his ble and two singles. In a 5-3 triumph ,Rojas ran for him. Bobby Wine,be sidelined for a day or so. .
Montreal at Toronto Tuesday
over Cleveland last Friday ,walked. Mahaffey bunted down,Will Hoton is expected back
night. If seven games are necessary -' way through the best spring he he slugged two homers anda the third base line and although in time for Thursday's finale
in THE ASSOCIATED PRESS St. Louis bench and contributed has had in his
they will be played seven-year ca
single, good for four runs batted Alan Koch made a fine play,here. , Dave Wickersham
{ BENEAAIIs Chicago and in Montreal Thurs- Oscar Robertson has regained several key baskets. 'reer. in. all the runners were safe. It pitched for Knoxville yesterday

Is TIRE day his scoring touch and Jerry Pettit topped a balanced attack I .He smashed his sixth home Bailey Hits Two went as'an infield single. morning and blanked Chattanooga

Lucas Is rebounding again but : with 26 points. Vaughn and run Sunday in the Giants' 5-2 Elsewhere around the exhibition Tony Taylor bounced to I 2-0 He allowed only four
tN. Beatty had 22 each and Guerin exhibition baseball victory over Bob hit tilts and walked three. .
circuit, Bailey two only .
the is and so, it
magic gone appears -
Boston. He has
League added 19. .419
Grapefruit a batting
are the Cincinnati Roy- home runs and Jim Pagliaron George Smith continues to hit
IV the AMaeUM "r.M The fourth games In the two average, three doubles and four got a three-run blast, but Cincinnati Cash SparklesIn the ball well. He had two yester
SUNDAY RltULTSmclnnatl als.The series will be played at Cincinnati triples to go along with the stopped Pittsburgh 8-5 day to bring his average to an .

WHEEl$760All I, Pittnaurtli IVork Boston Celtics shootingfor Tuesday and St. Louis homers. behind John Edwards' three even .500 . .
Now .IA(. ) *. Mou.Um "A" 4. sixth straight National
a
} .. ... No Pact BattleA '
Hou.lon Ih. e.ty a. Wednesday. doubles and a single. Dixie MeetCYPRESS PMILAOIL'HIA I DETROITB.I
..".mort f. Lao 5e.wN. {U) 1. Basketball Association championship I
....I..uk.. I. W..hln'n I U .h. major factor In Cepeda's Milwaukee swept past Wash 1'I., to Ai 5 1 ales If.of 5 1 1
102- ,,
trimmed
St nm..l, Lou.l 3, ..... Vark (N) t. the Royals exploding spring play very easily ington 53 In 11 Innings while GARDENS Joe O5u'4 All. Ib 5 : see 1 LSNIN, :: I t i
need
Dhr.t 1.., SALdhSh' .. I CID 1..lnlll.. 92 Sunday night and one LONG SETSWORLD could be the lack of C.'h.'n rf. 0 .C..h" 4"
a contract 3-2 1
Ch..... INS. CN......_ S. for Detroit nipped Philadelphia Cash of Sarasota took home two C.'n'e, is 5 5.Is.
Ion ',.nll_ .. (oitan 1, more victory an unprec- battle With the Giants' in 10. St. Louis edged the New Nw'.r. Ib : : e o.m.tw rfof I : L
M.nn.MX. 4, t. edented four-game sweep of the first place trophies in yester 'm'la a e 1 ....n" a. .
MOST CARS I... aSS... (CmusHasa R ("CL) I. MARKIN front office. He signed for $53- York Mets 2-1 l, the New York day's completion of the 18th ..11.... 0" a M.Au" N 4 a D
Eastern Division final playoff 000 and started nandaa t 1 e D Worl n I" a
'A"'II TUIIDAY I training when Yankees rallied for a .-4 tri- annual Dixie Water Ski Cham- Vina aa 4 a e 1Io..k. ass
..,11...... ... C5S.R. Wh.te 5..t I series.In SHOT PUTLOS everyone else did. Houston and the Oraan a 0 0 Od'Tnmh" I l
against
umph
GENERALTIRE pionships at Cypress Gardens. lun..n. S t 1 .OUddin I a
o.5oi'r V.. MOUITDN AT COCOA the Western Division finals That was entirely different Chicago Cubs came from behindfor In men's "iV.rJ.. loa Lo,. a I" a
The first one was S a
INI. each a t aOLn
NY Mftt v.. Kantai Cb a. .,....n. the St. Louis Hawks shrugged ANGELES (AP-Dallas from last season when he held an 86 victory over Cleve- trick skiing when the 26-year- a-John.au . 0,""ul''n a" t .
SERVICE W.a..... .... off a point effort by SanFrancisco's Long broke hisNown world shot out for 24 before 'Amin a e 1 e
t. Minr Dd. Orlanda' days signing old performer established a national M ..!..! ..!I _ _
.. land.Minnesota
nh.r. LA vw. Wilt I I Chamberlain record
.
but he is
put Saturday,
N'O'h; for token defeated the Chicago
a raise to an estimated record with a point total T.I.II JI 5 w' T.I.I., M i it
h..d.lohil ... C.noinn.1I .. T..o.. and, edged the Warriors 113- still left with ambitions today- 47000. White Sox 4-1 and Baltimore u,.II.n for D.mol. ,n ....nth.
202 N. Ingrohom ..tI'bu..h ... IL Lo.'S .1 S1. Mbrb of 3628.9. He set the record witha e W.ISN for MN.IIM In ...hlh.
.. 109 for a 2.1 lead In their best- two of them. .II.n ..... .
'or I.
Our He proceeded to hit .316 clout the Los Angeles Dodg .n "hlh.
whipped
: hold] 360 turn on a
...1e. ... Chou/s Cu.... toe- degree e.nn.w' Kooh In _..Ih.
I CIOY"and VI L.A ]of-seven set.Robertson. The 260.pound giant heavedthe I 34" homers and knock in 97 runs ers 6-1. single ski. Defending Dixie .Ran tor 110.... In ....nth.

broke out of a''' 16-pound ball 65 feet, 11a champ Mike Osborn 'of Winter UCTSOIe1..NIA Roe 000 000 see 100 5005 II

"slump" to score 34 points and inches-exactly one inch beyond Haven was runnerup with 3553 PO.A.f--H.rnnft.10 Ph.I.......;..W.M....111 MoAu..f'D.t.....,.

Lucas, despite an ailing back, his record set in 1962 in the Iba Gets 'What He Wants'For points.. Ken White of the Cypress -39""10!-T.. DP-Horn..n.W.n..H..te.n...... 0..10"" .rub I. K.. _
grabbed 24 rebounds. But the opening event of a track meet Gardens team was thirdat ",_... L0_.hl.........., ill.D....... ...
Royals shot only 33 per cent between Occidental College and 3302.2. IM, Smith.lc..h.. "' la-T.

from the field and Boston broke the Pasadena Athletic Associa '64 Olympic Cage Teamwho The second first place for the aunnin. ,ir* I H a r) 555550 t t 1
the before halftime. N.S.NS. 4 1 t a I Ia
game open Sarasota skiier came when he Dur.. t a i t
Bill Russell led a second-quar- tion.Now oNs IL) 1.1 > I I a
men's
in the
he wants to win an cleared 4114 buoys 1.y 1 a f :
A Financing Plan for Every Need ter rally that left Cincinnati 18 Olympic gold medal in Tokyo I NEW YORK (AP-There are has achieved 700 collegiate slalom followed l by White and :.aeh..d.n. (WI a I 1 1 I t aMa

joints behind at Intermission.The this summer-he finished thirdin many basketball coaches victories. Ron Marks, Australian and national -... _M.haHay (Holfk.l. U_"l.r.
....
: Royals missed 40 of 51 the 1960 Olympics and he 'around who'd love a chance to What he got was two All- Masters champ -5udh. 100. sM suh5ML Ta.l7l. -'

I' .. f'; shots In the first half. Russell wants to hit 68 feet. pick at the leftovers now that Americas heading a power- One foot separated Jormer
'I, finished with 22 points and 28 the 1964 Olympic basketball I world Jim
Both goals] appear to be within ; packed team which includes Jumping champion
rebounds.A easy reach of the former University -squad had been selected. three members of the Goodyear my Jackson of Delray Beach Tribe Drops Two

goaltending call against of Southern California But Hank Iba, who'll coach Wingfoots, National AAU cham- and Paul Merrill In the vnen's
Chamberlain, who scored Sanrancisco's the U.S. entry at Tokyo In October I Jumping division. Merrill 17 NOGALES, SONORA, Mex.
weightman. pions.
last five points, and has no complaints with the and the youngest In the men's (AP) The Cleveland Indians
Walt Hazzard of UCLA and
two free throws each by Bob 12.man iquad and seven alter competition, leaped! 137 feet sent two rookies from their
Pettit and Richie Guerin in the TAYLOR SIGNS nates chosen after three days of Bill Bradley of Princeton were while Jackson landed 131 feet spring training squad to the
the All-Americas chosen. The minor
closing minutes kept St. Louis trials at St. John's University. from the ramp. Another memo leagues Friday.
ahead of the fast-closing Warriors GREEN BAY, Wis. (AP) "'1 got what 1 wanted" said selection committee picked Pete ber of the Gardens crew, George Culver, a right-handed

Fullback Jim Taylor signed his Iba, the Oklahoma State coach McCaffrey, Larry Brown and "Joker" Osborn, was two feet pitcher, went to Charleston of
Die Davies from the Wingfoots. the Class AA Eastern
off the behind at 133. League.
Charlie Vaughn came seventh National I Football
Rounding out the squad were White's 26093 Outfielder Tommy Agee was
League contract with the Green BORDER FANSGIANTS' points were
Jim Barnes of Texas Western sent to Portland of the Pacific
I
I--- Bay Packers today Taylor, the good enough to earn him the
HA VAMORTCAGI I Packers No. 2 draft choice in ALOU Joe Caldwell of Arizona State, overall men's title. "Joker" Os- Coast League on 24-hour recall.

I LOANS :1958 after he starred for Louisiana -I NOGALES Mexico tn-Rook del Counts of Oregon StateLucious born was second with 2475 and Rookie southpaw Jim Weaver
:I
?iavr MORTGAGI CORP Jackson of Pan Amerlcan one of eight farm hands working *
I State, led the NFL in rushing ,ie San Francisco Giants out brother Mike finished] third with
Of FLORIDA Mullins of with the Tribe returnedto
College, Jeff out ,
2445.8.When.
in 1962 and
". nvici it DUll SuaNles"RM was runner-up, fielder Jesus Alms struck out
.
I
I M... Ml. 5.5511 riarida..:va....... to Cleveland's Jimmy Brown I Friday against the U.S. Immigration Duke, Jerry Shipp of the Phillips Dicksie Ann Hoyt, 18. Portland.
I (last season. and Naturalization Serv 66ers and George Wilson of of Fair Haven, N. J., defeated
---- -- - -- the Jamaco Saints. i
-- Barbara Cooper Clack of Cypress Clark Wins Race

\ I ice.The Giants crossed Into Mexico Picked as alternates who'llstand Gardens and Lakeland in
by to replace the top 12,' the women's Jumping event, the PAID France (AP) Jimmy
for a with the Cleve.
BEAT THE HEAT Let Us Install Now! game
land Indians, but Alou couldn'tgo were Gail Goodrich of UCLA, student nurse also captured the Clark, world auto racing champion .
because the Dominican's Bunk Adams of the U.S. Army,!overall crown for women.j from Scotland added the

KOOL KING visa allowed only one entry into Fred HetzeJ of Davidson, Willie Hoyt's jump was 89 feet.Janelle Grand Prix of Pau to his string
AUTO AUTO the United States. So he Murrell of Kansas State, Cotton' Kirtley, 20, of Birmingham -of victories Sunday by driving
'
I'stayed in Arizona.TEN.ROUND. Nash of Kentucky, Reggie Min- Ala., finished In third a Lotus over a twisting hilly
I ton of the U.S. Air Force and spot behind Clack for overall course at an average speed of

AIR CONDITIONER BOUT Dave Stallworth of Wichita. honors. I 6624 miles per hour.


NEW ASSOCIATES CLEVELAND (AP) Light.
331/3% MORE COOLING weights Johnny Bizzaro of Erie,

Pa, and Candy Parilla of New

HOME /I ml Here Is Why .'. York will fight a 10-round semi
FURNISHINGS
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April 17, it was announced Saturday .
Blowers Larger coil than most air
Joey Giardello world
,
FINANCING PLANpermits e Thermostat Control conditlontrs for com-
middleweight champion, meets ,
S Magnttic Clutch plate car cooling Rocky Rivera of Argentina in

the main bout a non-title 10
young Americans to buy PRESEASONSALE rounder

all the things they need for better I ga011a +aaLee

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No longer Is It necessary to buy furnishings for a
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charge for each purchase. Under the Associate Preliminary play begins todayin
the Masters Tennis Tournament
-
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you can
final event the Florida-
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multiple interest payments . select your own REGULAR PRICE $289.95 Top-seeded Roy Emerson of
.
payments.And Australia leads the talented field L''Ya r s,
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financing institutions, offers other "LookAheadBorrowing" SPECIAL)1OOO I fael Osuna of Mexico, third ,

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One U near you. We invite you to write, phone or Defending champion Manuel

visit . today. WHITTEN'S I Santana, called home by a fam-

ily emergency won't compete.
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By ARTHUR DALEY depth while he was at it and NC (AP-

JCrfuJorkIiinto thereby proved that no flip- Julius Boros generated a hot 66

NEW YORK Unfamiliar perty-gibbit or non-thinker can .L. : In a 45-degree temperature to
names have popped Into the get anywhere at Augusta. His catch Doug Sanders and then

headlines with startling regu thought processes were worthy : went on to beat him In a one
larity along the pro golf circuit of a Ben Hogan, hitherto hole playoff In winning the htrMra

during the past winter the Einstein of cow pasture Greater Greensboro Open Golf)

and the roster of winnershas pool.Nicklaus << 3 Tournament Sunday. It was a

been subject to constant first analyzed his i l "L\ ;i ''l sharp final competitive tuneup]
change. But that nonsense is own ahot-making style. HU 'fi" ", For the Masters Championship
at an end. The Masters will booming drives gave him both ..; "' !! Last year when Jack Nicklau w, .

be staged at Augusta this tremendous distance and reas r 1"1" won at Augusta Boros finished _.._. a W:1M."4+ aR.W axWW.661 Mq'.-
t
weekend and no unknown will onable accuracy. But the ball <" third, two shots off the pace.
be helped Into the Green landed with a slight left-to- .c ) The 44-year-old U.S. Open

Jacket, symbolic of victory right fade A duffer would champion laid "I'm putting COLLIDI Debris flies from the .utomokiUi of Devld Norton (,) ofSpertenbyrf

It will be someone like Jack recognize this as being a slight ....."" much better than last year, although S.C., end 'I,. .Roberta\ ((22)) of Deytone Beech otter they collided rfurlnt yetter.day's I

Nicklaus Arnold Palmer, slice. The big blaster then correlated I'm not playing as well Arlonr SOO stock ear rice ol th* Atlente Internotionot' Recewty. No OHO ", .. '''I11re''.

Gary Player, Tony Lema, this tendency to the #. .. : I. otherwise as I did at Augusta (AP Wlrtph.ro!
Julius Boros, Sam Snead or course itself. The pieces didn't With my improved putting and

the like. The name operativesare fit I this win behind me maybe I

a bo it to take charge as One of the designers of the TAGGED BASS Join Lett of Atibumdole hold up Ma : can go down there. with greater Lorenzen Wins U. S. Swim

they always do. magnificent Augusta layout h"... block' ban lit caught while fishing Loke Julienne out ..fLllftd's confidence." Olympic
, Back in the old days, when was its patron saint Bobby Atlanta 500 I
Fuklnf Case. This h till eighth togged fish In the Had 3-Stroke Lead
Marse Joe McCarthy was Jones. When the Emporer
I Contort. Nlcklaus who defends the
ScMlts tiihlng
I managing the Yankees, he Jones was achieving his Masters title starting Thursday, Stock Car Race Chances Look BrightBARTLESVILLE
with rude Grand Slam
would dismiss a and gaining immortality FISHINGHUNTINGAlligator began the final round here witha

. snarl all alarmists who ex he played most of three-shot edge over his near ATLANTA (AP-A decision
at Yankee his shots to hook from I
II pressed perturbation rightto est rivals and was five in frontof to let others set the early, rec- Okla. (AP) top Individuals. Each set two
failure to win in spring left Palmer's natural ten Catch
training. dency was to hook rather than 14 Boros. ord-making pace paid off for California's Olympic prospectsand American records Saarl, 19, a
But Nicklaus shot a double America's Olympic chances University of Southern California
"Walt until we get on) the slice Ditto Ben Hogan. DittoSlammin' Fred Lorenzen the Elmhurst,
bogey 5 on the third hole and looked a lot alike In swimming sophomore, set an American
big fields, he would say Sammy Snead. struggled the rest of the way 111, Ford driver who capturedhis today record of 16-49 in the 1,650

He spoke as though the Virtually all of the doglegsat Not Ordinary Ha finished two over par with third straight Atlanta 500 California swimmers won 40 freestyle with Schollander second
Bombers had been playing on Augusta veered off to the
midget diamonds. What he left. This meant that shot- -. ----- f- 73 for 279 and fourth place. stock car race.LorelUen of the 72 places In Individual .
.
Another Masters favorite Arnold and took firsts In eightof
really meant was that class makers with a tendency to By FRED W. JONES set an Atlanta Inter- events I Schollander posted recordsof
Palmer, ended In a tie for the 12 Individual races at the 1 43.6 in the 200 freestyle and
: ,
would tell once his heroes hook had a built-in advantageover Fishing-Hunting Editor national Raceway record when'
13th place with 286 He shot par men's AAU Indoor Swimming Saari for the
4 44.S In beating
:
those who sliced because
settled down to earnest playin Some time back we got a story about a man having 71 for his final trip over the he won the pole position by and Diving championships. first time Indoors In the 500-

atmosphere the proper, He major was eminently league they the were correct Invariably direction headingin and hooked an alligator! on spinning tackle, and having landed it 7,000-yard Sedgefield Country qualifying at a four-lap averageof Freestylers Roy Saari and yard event. Roth chalked: up Individual t

t correct, of course, as getting better position on each after some hours of fighting Club course. 146.470. He pushed his 1964 Don Schollander, tabbed by medley records of ,
,
usual. lie. So Nicklaus decided to remodel For, the story said the 'gator was nine-feet long and Can Use It Ford to a record 134.25 miles Olympic swimming coach Jim 4:132 in the 400-yard and 1:582: (

The divot-digging gentry his game, eliminating a weighed an estimated 450 pounds. We didn't run the story for Borne accepted the $6,600 top per hour average Sunday In Counsilman of Indiana as the in the 200-yard. .

1C also is about to move onto mild slice in favor of a mild . .. . . .__ ._"nnnnnn______ prize money with the notation winning the NASCAR sanctioned country's brightest Olympic The only other double winnerwas I
TAMPA DAY TIDrD, Tench A"iI r. ..... t,.... ., .. "We have five children down In prospects, led an overwhelming
fields" because the Augusta hook. .. Mlt" 12'11 " race before an estimated Indiana freshman Ken Sitz- i
"big ese .. ...,.. ,._ .
low td. 4,44
tI a. 4.11 "'.1 au" .14 a.el4 Iep.s. Fort Lauderdale, Fla.. and can
National also has the The first major return came ".w' .,_ "tI..",,, 5.11 s'4. p. 30,000 fans.Lorenzen's. i California freestyle delegation. berger, who edged defending
big league atmosphere. on the dogleg 14th, hitherto use it" He won an additional Schollander, 17, and his Sana Rick Gilbert of Indiana
proper 'I; first prize money champion
r This is the first of the major a troublesome hole for the is illegal to catch, kill, or even molest, any alligator in Florida. $400 for the low score of the fi- was $15,150 Clara, Calif.! high school In one and three-meter div. I

tournaments and creates such massive mauler who winces at But we did Intend to do a little checking and see just nal round. mate Dick Roth, 16, were the Ing r
Tournament boostedthe There was little competition
, tremendous pressures that the nickname of "Ohio Fats" what had happened. sponsors
additional the last 150 miles as
prize'money during
only the more expert and His drive in other years had However, one thing after another came along and we for- an advantage JAPANESE KNEW .
t (10,000( Saturday night after Lorenzen held a two-lap -
t more experienced performerscan gone to the right where the got the whole thing until we saw the picture of Arthur Crowley three of record crowds. for most of that distance Baker-Carter Win I
days
withstand the strain.I iownsloping fairway kicked it and the 'gator In Saturday' Ledger. WHO WOULD WIN
r Boros, with rounds of 68-70-73- over second place finisher Bobby and Carter -
Baker Agnes
That's one reason why no toward some trees. Then we did the checking and here are some Items: First, Catawba, N.C. In a Virgil
of
66 for a 277 total, was seven under Isaac MANILA (AP-The Filipino teamed to win the Saturdaywomen's
have But he hooked around
unknowns neatly
, strangers, no of It IS illegal to take, kID or molest any alligator In this state par Sanders shot 277 In Dodge. Isaac won $7,750. Davie Cup team suffered more choice shuffle tourney I
test the of the
this clump on dog
ever won searing pines
I leg and landed In the center The old law protected all 'gators up to six-feet In length but 73-70-66. He won $3,800 in defense 1 embarrassment oft the court at the Civic Center courts with 1 Ia

1 skill.The Masters Is meant for at the fairway. His approachwas that was changed a couple of years ago to Include all 'gators of the title he won last Senior League Friday then It did on the fieldas 55-23 victory over Don and

, masters and familiarity with true to the pin and a 20- of any length at all We emphasize this for we find lots of spring I I It swept the first two singles Hazel Olsen In the finals. r

the course is so vitally important foot putt gave him his first people think the old law still is the one. Meets Tonight matches In their Asian Zonem Baker-Carter eliminated Water

r that no golfer ever birdie. He was on the winning However, in this case, the man was fishing casting with Faulk Feliclslmo Ampon, 44-year old and Gertrude DeMarse, I

has won in his first try-ex. road at last. Then his blazing an artificial worm for bass and accidentally hooked the I Captures Managers and, coaches all adults, board Interested II matches In their Asian Zone'75-.<, while the Olsens defeated

t cept for the first year or two. 66 on the second round gave 'gator we are told. Now ordinarily when anyone hooks a St. Pete members In the Lakeland- meeting with South Korea with Ralph and Cleo Swisher, 6750.

Newcomers are usually so him the cushion he needed to 'gator, the hooks Just don't sink In or they get straightenedout I Open Senior should attend out the loss of a set A field of 19 courts was In '

I. awed by the formidable ter stave off the fast-closing Lema for their hides are tough as leather, and if the lure is In League Felicislmo Ampon, 44-year old play for the cake prize.
ST. PETERSBURG in! the final pre-season league I
rors of this truly great course and win by a stroke. their mouth, they just chew it upl! bulwark of the Philippines team,
the
7:30 at
at
Lena Faulk win- meeting tonight :
I- Mary 61, 62,
crushed Choong Yang
4 that the Initial tendency is to The better golfers get to But in this case It was hooked near the tail and the hook ner of the $10,000 St. Petersburg training room of Florida Tile
second match COMMENT
) It's 10. In the Johnny NO I
II play conservatively. a know Augusta better than any did get set firmly. Too, we are told, since the hook was backIn Women' Open Golf championship Corporation.The Jose downed Kim Doc Whan, 6-0
work.
II that won't other links and that's
why
system Nicklaus reached this conclusion hold the tail the creature couldn't fray the line up with Its rough says things are looking up baseball program I Is for 6... 6.3. The doubles will be BRADENTON (AP) Ed Lo- I

1e before last year's outing they; in so the complete masters.a suzerainty The- hide and tail as it would have if the lure had been In the after a victory drought of near- boys In the 11-17 age bracket. played Saturday pat manager of the Kansas City 1.

e. He had made four stabsat United State Open moves from mouth or head and the line dragging back along the body, ly two years. Subjects to be discussed Include The embarrassment was Athletics, declined commentSunday
"It's a good to start the schedules player registration of the on the announcement
the Masters and failed be way caused by the arrival Japanese -
1s cause he had geared his golf and course this to lack course of uniformity every year can Conditions Provide For PermitAt new year," she said Sunday aft- and tryouts, rules and cup team several hour: by owner Charles O. Flnley that I
. er picking up $1,500 first prize the player auction. before play started Friday. The the right field fence In Kansas t
. long defensive lines. He the form charts. 'I
the
joggle| any rate man fought the 'gator for hours four if t,
. for her three-stroke victory Is be will be shortened to the
his the money The will probably Filipino-Korean victor to City
analyzed own game If golfdom's, aristocracyFared recall program
the
we story accurately and finally got It In to the In Yankee
and of the fence
37 in dimensions
the
games of those who had succeeded badly on the winter over professionals begin play sometime In late the host of the Japanese
dock where else
someone helped to get a on it.
i and the course itself"That's tour, the class performers rope 123 amateurs. May or early' June. second round next weekend. Stadium.
It was then tied to the dock and a wildlife officer Bill Miss Faulk, of Thomasville, - -
when I
resolved'vto should come into their own
Heldegard was called. The reason for this procedure weeks
was Ga., tied for seventh two
attack the course from beginning in the Masters. They will be .
that this 'gato. had caused considerable trouble around Lake ago in the Western Women's
to end, he said after playing on what Marse Joe
I wards, "and seldom hit a railed "the big fields They Lowery and at Fletcher's Fish Camp. We are told that It had, Open at Pensacola, the opening rI

! conservative shot. will be back in the major among other things, caught a couple of dogj event of the 1964 Ladies Profes- I

.:: Two years earlier Gary leagues, back in their true J. O. Brown, regional manager for the Game and Fresh sional Golfers Association tour

.i:, Player had arrived at the Identical element. Water Fish Commission, In this area, after checking the case, Her second St. Petersburg ti- ,

decision. He won then considering the size of the beast and other things, Issued a tie-the won the event In 1957- I

,0. just as Nicklaus won last year. permit to Crowley to keep the 'gator in a pen and on exhibit.Of came on rounds of 74-71-70-74 fora 4rw

I The victor in the year betweenwas Eau: Gallie Duo course, there were restrictions. Crowley must have a 72-hole total of 289, five overmen' ,

1s Palmer, a ferocious at- "proper" pen, proper conditions, feed water, etc. All formsof par.Second shared 1,
. place was by
bicker. by nature wildlife In Florida In be
Leads BowlingEAU kept captivity must kept under Clifford Ann Creed and Betsy
II. Big Jack made._ a study in such "proper" conditions and are checked by officers of the Rawls. Both finished with 292 I

--- GALLIE (AP) Lois Game and Fish Commission and collected $1,083 each. It It

Sugar Ray Gets Stevens and Pat Cripes! both It is to be noted also that the permit in this case was

of Eau Gallic, took the doubles issued for several reasons. for ohe thing large alligators are
Beach Wins
Assist In Solving handicap lead in the first week not particularly conducive to the expansion of the species. They Long ,

(. Murder Case end of bowling in the 17th an- ARE breeders but they also have an appetite for smaller Wheelchair MeetNEW 6 tt

sIt nual Florida Women's Bowling gatoit and are believed to kill and eat enough young ones to
Tournament. YORK (AP) LangBeach'
Association State
RICHMOND, Va. (AP-Cred- make up for their reproduction.The Wheels from
le it boxer Sugar Ray Robinson I The Steven Crlpej team law placing all alligators\ under protection was a temporary Flying their fifth

with an assist in locating a man scored 1,250 pins in the ClassA matter taken because of the violations in hide taking California National won Wheelchair

'd wanted here for murder division. that had been going on. It Is likely that we soon will have straight Basketball Tournament title Sat-
of Detective Sgts. C.L. Brown Class B competition was
open seasons on the larger specimens.Too upsetting top-seeded In-
e.IS and J.A. Brooks read an articlein headed by Betty Jones and In this case, there was the problem of what to do with urday dianapolis, 45-40 in the championship .
Robinson and Charlie Grice of Indian River ,, ,
a magazine that the "critter." It had been causing trouble; there had been final of the 16th annual ; i ; f ,r 17r ,' r
Ie a policeman had chased a man with 1,243. Dot Marguardt and
; many complaints; and it Is no simple matter to catch, load tourney.
of Palm Beach
in connection with a $4.500 jewelry Gerry Padgett
II.r and move a nine-foot 450 Besides The Flying Wheels took control -
; theft from Robinson's! fiancee County led Class C competitionwith pound 'gator ( no one
wanted it in their neighborhood I) In the final eight minutes
k'd J,21.c.Class ..._ '
34 tie. ,
-- --' ------ - -- ---- after breaking a 34 -
Cecil A team play was headedby ,
The article said the man the winners
Hall 35, had thrown a punchat Old Milwaukee of Orlando John Cheves paced
After 7 Hours 20 with 18 points.
Robinson and that Robinsonhad with 2,926. Class B leader was Minutes Sidewinder
Chicago's surprising
left hook- AI Hodges Motors of Cocoa with
countered with a
with their :
with the results that Hall is now' 3,072. The Shifts of Patrick Air third took third in the place four-day tour-! ,

11 m Jail. !Force with Base 2,079 led Class C competition \Fight Declared No Contest nament upset, 59-38 over the Pan-Am

nIe The detectives sent a telegramto Jets of New York Vince Caputo -
,
Hallis I Class A singles was led by
found that
and
New York
with Hazel Jones of Tampa with NEW ORLEANS (AP-Two downs in the contest but also scored 18 points for Chicagoand

Igly Ig the same man charged here of Jim,,Caroline Watson led In 683'1 boxers slugged it out in a ring went down three times himselfone Marvin Lapicola added 15.
the Jan. 18 slaying
competition with 644 and for seven hours and 20 minutes in a clinch, and twice

oft -my Perkins- .,. 33.- --- -" -,C was headed by Deane Younof in New Orleans exactly 71 years when he lost his balance after NAMED COACH k w E
Gainesville with 683. ago today. missing Burke with wild, swinging .

- Helen Peele of Orlando led the Referee John Duffy called it punches. UNIVERSITY PARK, Pa.

,Llip A A OtA all events scratch Class A division a draw-no contest-after: ,eel The Olympic Boxing Club decided -(AP) Bill Koll was named

A with a total of 1,654 pins ther Andy Bowen nor Jack to split the $2,500 purse wrestling coach at Penn State
Four more weekends of com Burke threw a punch in the'equally between the two fight.en. Saturday. He has coached at
with the State College of Iowa the last
petition are scheduled, 110th round.
highest score out of the five I The 110-round bout still stands Just a month later Bowen three years. ANYWHERE IN JACK DANIEL'S HOLLOWis
counting toward the championship. fought another long bout defeating -' At Penn State, Koll succeeds
as the longest glove fight on rec
Jack Everhardt in an 85- Charlie Spiegel, who is endinga a good place to get a drink of water It all comes

ord."There round bout which lasted five 38-year tenure as Nlttany Lion
of
was no forcingthe
way
r -, Short Course Golf men to fight," said Duffy hours, 35 minutes. coach. from our cool limestone spring )

f Bowen, 129, of New Orleans, I

I Tourney, April 2526 and Burke, 130, of Galveston, j Ij Mr. Jack found nearly a
! Tex., fought that night for the our spring century
1 LARGO Golfers from all'lightweight championship of the
across the state are expected 1 1I South. ago. Today, as always, it runs year 'round at a

, r I to take part in the National I Some 8,500 fight fans were
on\\ constant55S And we've into it
I i Short Course ChampionshipApril hand at the start, Many tapped
25-26, still there when Duffy ended it uawar ,
The 36-hole two-day affair i is\at 3:45: a,m., although "a number for fountains so our folks won't have CHARCOALto
slated for the par-58 Pine Crest MELLOWED
( were asleep, according to
} (I:layout with April 20 being the the Daily Picayune' account of walk to the end of the lane. But

{deadline for entries.. the battle. A

Bob Lockhart now the man- Bowen was a veteran fighter still most important is that we use
lager of the club, was the win- DROP
ranked as one of the top lightweights l'
ner the first two years but will in the South. Burke, our spring's lron.ueevater to make
not be taking part this time due A
bout
who broke his wrists in the ,
Ito I a bad shoulder. You this
Defending champ is 17-year- was Both a green began newcomer slowing down as I I our whiskey. see, water BY DROP

old Bruce Barhnart of Cocoa I and Charcoal "
Beach. Barhnart won the event the rounds began mounting. After Mellowing account
the 50th, the crowd started
lof last 111.year with a 36-hole total whistling "Home Sweet Home" largely for the rare sipPin'

. "Why don't you fight?" Bowen
The field will be divided Into
'. BIG STRII'IG-H.Ie" Come, with those un- asked Burke after the 51st smoothness of Jack Daniel's.
four age groups
ASS STRING' -C*.r(. Norm** holds II' Hie some of ton
round.
, bell end h., hy.be.id. cough'ht dee 50 In Class A, 50-59 Class
. string of thollcreckeri while t;B. 6049 Class C and those past "I cannot both of my hands) block bas M sight while Inking with to* wits plug on lelio QMN> l led OwiM Ol'...i".rr t.* ........ ...,. IM
Burke replied Pierce. H. fished evt .f JennliitY Fishisg Com*. Th. lokoloiider,
fishing Scott Loli out .f 'ft m Class D are gone ''UNtH1[ MISKH it mti ir CNIICI IISlltlU i mi uiiug IT act lUlU irmit: : imiuiiit "' IM KMUJU .
fee is $2. I Bowen scored the only knock, aught the bass ".., the north c.... I
5ti...,', Lira led Hovu. j, Entry

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: Right" Western Bee -'
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7 ... i' :L i.I, muaam By ALAN TRUSCOTTauthor TIIUIIIB Top


NORTH of many excellent Eng!
/ A J5V lish bridge books, and he adopt''I i
Q4JAKQ1083 ed a line of defense that led,,
South gently but firmly up the' IIyr 9
+ J8 wrong path. Mollo could tell I
/ WEST EAST from the opening lead of the i ''ll; & liili Or Minute Cubed Steak
A 10832 AQ97JVK973 heart five, clearly the lowest
VAJ2 of a four-card suit that the defense ,.'
Yra 95 J76 could make only four I I
6 4I 1084 AQ72 heart tricks. Equally clearly, J f

SOUTH (D) there were no tricks to be made ? 54'c '
AK4V elsewhere. The only cards .
108 8 missing were the ace-kings in
,
Y r 4to 42 the black suits, and South had i i"SUPERRIGHT"
'yr u' .AK9SJ to have them all. He would
t ,
> Neither side) was vulnerable surely not have opened the bidding I
The bidding was: while vulnerable, holding al
South West North East balanced distribution and 11 I
I Pass 1. Pass high-card: points. 1 EXTRA LEAN FRESHLY

-4 :t tw I NT. Pass 3 NT Pass'ais Having worked this out Mollo
Pass proceeded to paint a pretty, but,,
West led the heart five. misleading picture. He followed
the heart jack with ace, Ground BEEF
When a good player goes and shifted to a spade. South
down in an easy Contract there could now "read" the heart position
il often a story below the surface. or thought he could.
On the hand shown In the East had obviously run out of
diagram It is easy to see that hearts and West had played al I
South can make three no-trump high heart on the second trick ; $

without difficulty He has 10 as a suit preference signal. I :4zjsi A
tricks at his disposal if he can South had to face the pos ( S :
gain the. lead and the best the sibility of a 4-1 diamond divi''
defense can do Is to take four lion. He could not of course I
Lb
I heart tricks Yet the contractwas see the favorable 3.2 split With I
defeated without any bad some pleasure he noted thata
play by South, and the reader "perfect" safety play a first-, Pkg.
should study the hand to try and found finesse of the ten would
predict how this occurred. 'guard against any 4.I division.I )

The bidding was natural. South I With great confidence, South iiI
was right to prefer a rebid of won the spade return and finessed ' "
one no-trump to a rebid of two! the diamond ten. But (Singla tb 39c)
clubs, which would Imply a six. his face fell a mile when East
card suit with a more unbalanced -produced not only the diamond
hand. South would have jack but also the heart deuce,
a different rebid after a response -!permitting West to take two (D.cL 'mDJ i& '
'heart tricks and defeat the ,
in a major suit, because con
a worthless doubleton In an un- tract. No blame should be attached -i
bid suit would be a serious defect to South for falling Into S_ I" I Special!

for no-trump purposes. the carefully laid trap It was e Apple! Keg
that would
one succeed
only,
West led the heart five, and
I East won with the jack. When against a good player. i 'l.oa Call D.I Manta Blended Apple

the third player holds a high 1
The Cross football
\ Syracuse-Holy
honor poised over an honor in
rivalry dates back to 1905,: PEAS
dummy he should almost always .
9} e Y play an Intermediate card. Routine .
h defense would indicate a Con D.I Mont

heart continuation, and South I ZUCCHINI : ;>> J U 'C e ::. .

would be forced to make thelast GN i iI .'/.-... C.* D.I Mont s i. :

nine tricks. WHOLE BEETS ' r

A Trap Is Laid I II I'/.*.. Con Del Monte'. ': :'
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But East was Victor Mollo, ., C ::
lee. adrlA LIMA BEANS \ I.Quort ; f

|.*a. Con 01 Monte Seasoned ". 14.0s. .'. ':i
GREEN BEANS Con [. ;r
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True
That Bears
Story Retelling /
8-i. Con Del Mont Stewed i \. ,/ ;
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I Don't Paint Your Home..Ever .'.4.... Con Dot Mont '..
MEETING WITH PRESIDENTS G.n.rol of th. Army Douglas M.cArthur, 14, I. hewn YdlCli'

I. In August, 1944, n h. conferred with President .nklln D. Roo..lt oboard 0 cruiser In 'to Ho. Sliced PEACHES

boy, top, .red hie tint meeting with Prnidest Harry S. Trumon on Woke 1.lond In Octobo", 1950.Prnid.nt 1 House i Non-Fat Dry ,
If you ore seriously thinking of annual cost of painting, end other '".oa. Con Del Monte r'. Special! it"Instant-"
Truman forced MocArthu to olinqul.h oil commands In Aril, 195 I. (iAP Wlr.photo), { I
home thu Fruit COCKTAIL :
painting your year maintenance Your horn will Increase ;
ICOM' don't do anything until In value and have 100%''
Mix
Cancer Livestock Sales Total you get In touch with us. insulation, at well at fIre protec .I
'Em .,(:l

Crusade $419,507 At 13 MarketsWINTER tlon. Or 7 tons $1 : .::::1
Th. ALUMINUM SIDING, INC. Is TREMENDOUS SAVINGS If Match Oniy :; Milk"TQC
introducing their new ALUMINUM 'Em (, \
you toke advantage of this Introductory
LaunchedVolunteers HAVEN A total Inc, 160 cattle and calves: 323 SIDING. A revolutionary exterior I
offer, reliability
of 6,498 cattle and calves; 1,577 logs and pigs product for all types of existing backed by.the plut Ann Page '
up mdny
have launched the, and 5 horses Mills Livestock Auction Mar- structures, that eliminates painting y.e.e
5
hogs pigs; goats have been In business;
1964 Cancer Crusade in Lakeland were ket, (Ocala), 297 cattle and forever Fifteen horn owners In Jt112 Qt.
sold at 16 Florida Live GRAPEJELLY t,6
calves; 285 hogs and pigs i his general area will be given on '' :i Pkg
Call NOW 686-4945, ask for Mr.
stock Auction Markets
They are 2.000 duringthe I Okeechobee Livestock Market,' to have the .......
some opportunity exterlori
among
000 volunteers throughout the past week, according toW. 1,607 cattle and calves; 4 horses. of their homes done, with special Lacey for FREE ESTIMATES, : :'i:.... ..............,....,.Y............ :.....,...,.."........,.,... .y..w .:M: .::: .
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U.S. helping in the American 0. Whittle, Chief of Florida Mid-Florida Livestock Market, decorative features, at o very low You ore under no obligation, i i:. ":": : .....,....... ............w;....
Cancer Society's annual educational State Farmers' Markets. (Orlando), 159 cattle and calves; ost. ..
and fundraising cam- Gross receipts amounted to 53 hogs and pigs. We can arrange financing for as
paign. $$419,507.61 from 13 markets. Cattlemen's Livestock Auction low o. $1000 per month No .
Sherwood Smith Crusade Sales reported for the week Market, (Tampa), 598 cattle and You con hove a lob that It guaranteed money down and take years to, 2 lb. 49c Special! Jane Parker .
chairman for the Society's Lake- ending March 27 at 16 markets calves a lifetime, for the torn pay So dial 686.4945 TODAY! Jar Delicious : .,
land Branch, listing the pri- Included 6,423 cattle and calves; I Hardee County Livestock Auction odv
mary objectives of the April 2,359! hogs and pigs; 2 goats; 2 Market (Wauchula), 276 Lemon8i f J
horses. cattle and calves. Jan Parker Geld er Marble'
drive, said "Through our edu- 1-
cational message we expect to Individual market summaries; Sumter County Livestock the ONE to call
save lives from cancer today," Include: Market (Webster), 186 cattle place for POUND Pies !11 1
Arcadia State Livestock Market
he said, "and through our fund- and calves.
351 cattle and calves; 1
raising appeal we expect to ;
save lives tomorrow." horse. New Met outfielder George MONEYyou. CAKE I J
Glades Livestock Auction( .
Altman played In three All Sta
Checkups Urged
The Crusade's educational Market (Belle Glade), 389 cattle I games when he was with the .Lb, C i; 1'
and calves. Chicago Cubs -tiI'1e xn..ix.ute: 3.
message urges everyone to havean Bonifay State Livestock Market -' l.Lb.9-Oz. 49cll1 t' 'J
annual health checkup by a
28 cattle and calves; 121 AMAZING '- TOremt it Loaf
physician and to learn the seven .

danger cancer. signals The fund that appeal may mean provides 925 hogs cattle and pigs.Gainesville and Livestock. calves; 258 Market hogs PSORIASISSTORY Hen't golden opportunity to jet cash double- :r,! ::::::::::::::::tJFRESH : / ,

support for research, edu- -w.w.
and pigs. S fast during Beneficial' Golden Anniversary
cation and services
The chairman said programs.he was Interstate Livestock Auction Celebration. Call up or come In for the cash you CRISP POLEBeans

confident that ,"all people of Market, (Seffner), 628 cattle u.iC tL want now . to clean up left.over bills or

Lakeland will respond to the and calves. Jan 10 10-Pittsburgh for any pod reason. We like to say "Yes!"
Crusade, and will give a neigh- Jay State Livestock Auction,"Doctored for psoriasis 30
borly reception to the ACS volunteers -.Market 107 cattle and calves;I Spent much money to no P.'I
129 and 5 Then used GHP Ointment BENEFICIALFINANCE
hogs pigs; goats. 2 2Sc
who will call with live Kissimmee Livestock Auction Tablet' for 2 weeks Scales
lbs.
saving literature He said that Market, 205 cattle and calves.Cattlemen'l I weeks appeared skin at if by magic. In I 6 SYSTEM
knowledge of the facts containedin completely Ire
the Crusade literature "may' Livestock Auction and clean First time In 30 years
Market, (Lakeland), 352 cattle hanks for your marvelous prod. loans up to $600 on Furniture, Car or Note
help save a life in family.
your UCI"," This much abbreviated LAKILAND ,
and calves. roc -Benedclol Finance Co of LaktlondGr
A generous contribution would Suwannee Valley' Livestock port tells of a uteri success wiihi . Fl Arcade Bldg. MUtuol 6.5105
help save other lives now as dual treatment for the outwardsymptoms LARGE CRISP ICEBERGLettuce
well as In the future. Auction Market, (Live Oak), 230 of psoriasis Full information WINTER HAVIN-Beneficial Fmonci Co of Winter Haven
cattle and calves; 408 hogs and e 316 W. Central Avenue
"One cancer patient In three and details of a 14d.ytrill ;
is said pigs. I. plan from Canon Co, Dept. 2nd Floor, Phillip Professional Bldg\ CYprtu 3-2176
saved today, he "but
Mohtlcello Livestock Market, 278S Rockport, Mas A taw, BINIP1CIAL FINANCE CO.
we have the medical knowhowto .
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lave one in two today-with-
out making a single new re-, head 19c
search discovery The difference'
The Friends of
is needless cancer deaths I

amounting to more than 90,000 ?r,
persons each year can be
made up if we persuade peopleto
get to their doctors in time FRED FRESH CRISP WESTERNCarrots
for prompt and proper treat KARL I
ment. This Is why the life-saving
educational phase of the Crusade
is so 1m portant."

Progress MadeIn INVITE LAKELAND AND POLK CITIZENS i Bog15c 1
addition, Smith said, "Halfof
all patients and potential TO AN INFORMAL RECEPTION 2B =

patients must rely on new re- TOMEET"FRED !
search breakthroughs for hope I
against the disease." He pointedout
that some forms of cancer, -

notably curable, leukemia although, are life-extend still In. KARL I 3v FERTILIZER FERTILIZER BARNYARD GEM

ing progress has been made in tI SHEEP tr COWMANURE
6-6-6 FORMULA
these areas too. 4.7.5 FORMULA I


a Society's"To key objective support research and of the program expand Crusade's the Is And to Hear His Views on Good I I 4 50.Bogs Lb. $450, 4 SO-Lb. $385 50 Lb. $, 79

fund appeal," he said Government for Florida. Bog Bag
"1 hope that each family'' in
this community will open its TUESDAY, APRIL 7 ORDWAY ARTS BLDG. -: Save Only Plaid Stamps
door and its heart and make 7:30.8:30 P.M. FLA. SOUTHERN COLLEGESee , h Pikes In Hut a4 ere td
the kind of donation requiredby w, ?e .
the urgency of the cancer ins ussAr ATtANTlC I PACNIC Tl* COMfANY e4C. AM i.
problem when a Crusade volunteer FRED KARL on WFLA-TV Ch. 8 r
rings your bell," he added 3004 S. fla. Ave.
Thvrt., Apr. 9 5:55 P.M. Thurs., Apr. 23 5:55: P.M. P r

Rookie pitcher Tommy Johnof Thurs., Apr. 16 5.55 P.M. Wed., Apr 29 5:55 P.M. LAKELAND. STORE OPEN

the Cleveland Indians won ft P.I. Adv, ky *>lk C.. K.rl r.. OMriwr C.mm. AT 1:30 A.M.
nine games at Charleston and
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six at Jacksonville last season.
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li On Soil Test StudyBy jt: --- !mtmIW ..


I STQMKETFLAsHES 1 I
RONNIE STUART The report on the proposalwas
Ledger SUN Writer to come during an Unofficial I .4
WINTER HAVEN School board meeting prior to NEW YORK The Stock Oil (New Jersey), unchanged at!was up ',t at 81% on 3,500
board member today were the groups tour of the Winter Market was mixed In moderately -86 on 9,000; and Chrysler up shares
scheduled to bear two proposal Haven.golf coursa, unanimously active trading at the / at 45 on 4000. I American Can Goodrich and
for coil studies at three recommended by a openIng United Air Lines eased Vi at Du Pont added fractions
sites offered u permanent locatloni survey team as a permanentsite : :%-i1 today. Trading was moderately 64 on 1,000 shares. Johns-Man- I New York Central advanced

for the new Polk Junior for the college. The un- active. ville was off H at M'/i on 1,100 Vi to 35'/i' on 5,900 shares.
College. official meeting was set for Changes of most key stocks shares. Unchanged were Allied Chem
Board Member Wendell Wat- 12:15: at the Sundown Restau. were small.Opening Westinghouse Electric was unchanged -I ical Republic Steel and Bethle-
con of Lakeland and School rant here. c; blocks Included: Royal at 35% on 2,000 shares.
Superintendent Shelley S. The board voted three to ; Dutch. up % at 42% on .000 ; Also on 2,000 shares, American hem.On Friday the Associated
Boone met Friday to discuss two two weeks ago to accept ; hares; American Tobacco up Airlines gained H at 49%. I Press average of 60 stocks rose
the two proposals. It was proposals for soil reports and at 34% on 5,600; StandardZ4TJSSTOKS I Pan American World AirwaysUIe.'ATOHETMEOf 8 to 303.3 a new high
learned then that the two traffic studies at three sites; .
firms differ by several thousand the golf course, a 90-acre tract --' - _ _ I I1MH
BLUE CHIPS
dollars on their estimatedcost. at Eaton Park and the Bar- _IIL I
tow Air Base.

However Watson and Boone. The latter two were reject. --. i You ctcci Esi'rLEVELOFF'ttII ? 6CAtE ft&PGIp
members of a committee appointed ed by the survey team. MAY 1.A ANOTWEr?ALMOST EVERVONtBUYlNfi CLERK I olNc'TD j.tA'J'
to receive proposals On Friday. Boone said FlorIda L'a--- MAGlcAu.i6Eoti OHMAft&lN A nC>SLEMWITWJt
are still not sure how accuratethe Testing Laboratories had HA >IIJ ?
two reports will be because estimated cost of the soil OUSTED PRESIDENT GREETS NIW NEIGHBORS DcpoMd Braillioii Prtildtnt )... Gul
of the failure of the two studies on the three sites at .h..... kcndt with number .( the cr.wj that |r..tad Mm yiitcrday ...hld. lh. clitltt .f e ,.111I4 NEY

firms to agree on how much $2,450, and Pittsburgh Testing see r M.itt.vMM, UnI...., where he li ttyln|, CauUrt, who ass dtpoitd by e military-politic! '
fill work Is needed before the Laboratories has estimatedthe rTluhan In Irtill .s April 1, .rriv.d .! the report can be made. cost of similar work at ( Wlrtphore)
between $9.000 and (13.000. -

Numbers Differ

HighwayCrashes borings The highest proposed number by Florida of test Haley Says Income Tax Cut -

Kill testing is eight whereas Pittsburgh I
I testing holds 20 borings
will be needed at each of the Will Be Increase For SomeWASHINGTON i

IAt Least 20 three sites.The representative. from The Daily Investoreach I

Florida Testing Laboratories but I would doubt this would have
ASSOCIATED PRESS For citizens provision typical couple
By THE reportedly told Boone that Information In at least one category that it will occur this year. paid $15820 for 1963 under I By WIWAM A. DOYLEQ. crease in capital offset any dl-
Multiple highway fatalities led already available to the old law. but under the You have written that convertible lutlon of equity.Q. .
the federal tax cut will actually Mistake Not Caught"I
the parade of deaths this week.
his company reduces the new law must pay 193.44 for NEW YORK 'securities are normally
end that totaled at least 20. number of borings needed at be a tax increase U.S. asked questions about 1964 and $280.60 for 1965," Rep. STOCK EXCHANGE protected against dilution. In Being rather conservative
Three persons died when their the golf course to two and to Rep. James A. Haley of Sara. this during debate on the Haley said. 962 I bought some Consolidated -I have followed Shakespeare's
I la.m.
car went out of control and three at the Eaton Park site. sot said In his newsletter House Floor but at that time "I am glad to say how Price Edison S4.I2 dividend con- admonition, "Neither a borrower -
crashed Into a canal on U.S. 27 The board has not yet received the Ways and Means Committee ertible preference stock In nor a lender be" (advice by
five miles south of South Bay a proposal of a traffic from the capital. staff was convinced that ever rather that than this reduction tax Increase situation Air Reduction ,........... 58% I 1963 Con Edison sold more than olonlus to Ms son In "Ham-

Saturday. The state highway pa. study. However. school board "Those who are going to people in the category I have will not apply with respect Aldens ...,............... 29% U million additional shares of let"). I have been partial to
trol Identified them as WilliamA. officials did discuss the typeof discover that the tax reduce described would get a redUCe to such couples If only Allegheny Ludlum ...... 45% common stock. No change was locks such as Amerada Pep
tion bill Is for them a tax increase tion like else. Andas Otis Elevator and United
everyone perell -
Harms. 69. his wife. DorothyM. study needed with the representative -, bill are husbands and usual there was relianceon one spouse is entitled to retirement Allied Chem ............ 56% made In the conversion price ofthe Fruit. la each of these
Harms, 58. both of St. Petersburg of Mel Conner and convertible preference stock,
each 65 and Income credit or In Allied Stores ...........
each
and Joan wives. over the Senate to catch any 62 this dilution. cases the company has only
Marilyn
Associates of Tallahassee. situations where all dividend despite
f Pinellas entitled to retirement Income mistakes which might show the Am Bosch ................ 15 one class of stock outstanding
teauenwhlte 32, 0 Both of the firms which income is received Can this?
credit, who have Joint Income up in the House-passed bill. by Am Cyanamid ........... 62% you explain There are no preferred stocks
Park. Identified submitted proposals for the derived entirely from dividends Unfortunately the Senate professionals one spouse or in situations Am Home Prd ......... 67% A. It boils down to the fact or bonds ahead of the common
Three Orlando women soil study estimated time to totalling between $6,000 did not see the error involving retired couples Under Am Hospital ............. 23% that there was no dilution. stock.
as Susan Butts 30. Phillls complete such a report at 20 and $10.000" Haley explained. either. 65 years of age. But it Am Mach Frdy ......... NS Dilute of course, means to Is this sound reasoning?
Harmon. 23, and Rosalie Cala to 30 working days after they just barely misses affecting
"There are many such couples "Now however the staff of Am Metal Prd ............ 19% diminish-make smaller, When A. It is a conservative method -
23, were killed Frlda/ when were given the goahead.The of in Florida and the Joint Committee Internal those in the under-65 bracket you use that word In talking of And there's
smashed headun Into board authorizea course on when all the dividend Incomeis Am Motor .............. 16V4 Investing. no
their car cannot In our Seventh District and I Revenue Taxation has Am Rca & Dev ........... 23% about stock you I getting around the fact that old
of received
another vehicle IS miles east company to begin work on am sorry that I cannot say reported to me that fears by one spouse. refer to reducing olonius Laertes sound ad-
my Am Seating tt.......... 36/ : gave
Orlando. the projects until Wednesday to them that this situation will were indeed well grounded. "In these cases the tax reduction the "equity"of vlce-"Hamlet." Act I, Scene
Am Tobacco ............,. 35
Car-Train Crash the date for the official board be corrected forthwith. I can They have prepared tables for 1965 as comparedwith Am Tel & Tel ......-..... 138 I each share I' 3. But it is sometimes difficult

'Two were killed when their meeting.Board Chairman Austin T. only say that I have called it which show for example thata tenths 1963 of 1 will be only nine- Ampex ................... 16Ys the amount of to carry that kind of advice
to the attention of Chairman retired couple both over 65, per cent a $9 ownership In over to the stock market-sueessfully. -
car collided with a freight trainIn Ariz Pub Scr ........... 35
Race of Winter Haven has instructed Wilbur Mills of the Ways and both entitled to retirement income cut of a $992 tax, he said. the company .
Miami Friday. They were Boone to place "ac Armco Steel............ 75 ]
identified as Michael McAuliff. ceptance or rejection of the Means Committee and that credit and each having Atcha Top .... ........... 28% represented share by You are operating on a theory
he Is shocked and distressed $4,000 of Income from followed
18, and Brenda Terwllliger 20, solely All Refin ............... 56i/8 by many people.
Winter Haven site" on the ExFiremanWounded Now each
that this situation was overlooked dividends and using the standard Your idea is to buy stock ina
both of MaimL agenda for Wednesday's meet- Auto Can ....,........... 14% l share of that_JI
by the experts of the deduction must almost which has only com
Another double fatal Involved Ing. pay Avco ..................... 23V4 Can; Edison con- company I
Treasury Department and the 22.3 cent more tax mon stock outstanding. A company
Roy Lee McKamey. 41, and Ms per Beneficial............... 50 vertible prefer
House and Senate committee for 1964 than for 1963-and a I with that type of capitalisation -
wife Juanlta 31. of Tallahassee professionals who drafted the whopping 77.3 per cent more Beth Steel.............. 38% ence stock you DOYLEown docs not have to meet
early Sunday in that city. Beckwith ?. bill. I could say cautiously for 1965 than for 1963. Blaw-Knox .............. NS \ is convertible into one and interest payments on bonds or
Other accidents killed: ElbertH. that there may be some hopeof "The example computed by In Shooting Borg-Warner ............ 49 one-quarter shares of Con Edison pay dividends on preferred
Knig. 33, of Auburndale- : ReTrial I eventual amendment of this the tax experts shows that Brunswick ...,.......... 10% Common. So, if you own stocks
'Judy Williams 22,. -of Belle BARTOW A former Lake Burlington ............... 47}.' 100 shares of that Con Edison\ All of the company's profitsare
Glade Lee Thomas Pottle 18. land fireman was listed In fair Burroughs ............... 23 convertible issue you can turn then available for the common
of Miami. William H. Kiler Jr., Starts Today Kelly Motorcade Will condition at Lakeland Generu Cat Tractor .............. NS them In to the company and stock. If a company with
41> of Fort Eauderdale.: -- Gibe Hospital where he has been Celanese -................. 68% you will receive 125 shares this type of capitalization does I

Douglas, 62. of Gifford RobertE. JACKSON Miss. (AP treated for a pistol wound Inflicted Chenetron ............... 281/ Con Edison Common stock. well higher profits can mean
Lee 73. of West Palm Beach Byron De La Beckwith ) Tour County TomorrowA by a Rochelle High Schoolteacher Ches & Ohio .............. 70% That convertible issue OJ higher dividends
Harold Thomas. 21. of Dade a crusading Chrysler ................ 45'/ j have a provision protecting This Is oversimplification of
City. Ronald Richard Hendrick. segregationist, goes to Acording to Sheriff Monroe Cln Gas & Elec.......... 27 against dilution. For ,coune. The company must do
.son. 35, of Astor. court today he for a retrial on. motorcade of about 200 Supporters and friends of the Brannen Robert Ray Garrison Cities Ser ............... S'/ If the common stock were to be well no matter what kind of
killed
The two fire victims, Identified -charges Negro Integration cars and various other vehicles gubernatorial candidate may 28, of 2614 Kiwanis Ave., was Coca Cola ......... ..... 128 split or if a stock dividend were capitalization it has.
as Eugene Cannon.. 39. and The leader first Medgar Even. will roar off from Lakeland join the motorcade at any shot Saturday by Rae Bozeman, Colgate Pal............. 43'% paid on the common the con- Let's look at those stocks you
trial of the ex-Ma tomorrow morning to point on the tour. ...... version price of that preference have been partial to.
Cleo Witherspoon. 27. died Sun. a Rochelle High School teacher Collins Rad ... ... 18'/i
day when flames destroyed their tine fertilizer salesman from take Sen. Scott Kelly and his following an altercation on the Columbia Gas .......... 28% issue would be adjusted If awoforone Amerada Petroleum has a
home seven miles east of St. Greenwood Miss., ended Feb. entourage In a 'round.the- Police north end of Lake Parker. Com Credit .............. 40% split of the common good record and is counted asa
Cloud. 7 with a hung jury. The all-white county speaking tour focused Permit According to Brannen Garrison -Con Edison .............. 8614 took place each share of the growth stock with a relatively -
Jury had deliberated for II on Kelly's campaign for gover was shot after he became Con Foods .............. 49 I preference( could then be converted low dividend pay-out. Pep-
tense hours finally splitting nor.The involved in an argument with ,Consumer Pwr .......... 46%' Into two and one-half perell Manufacturing has had
17 Negroes 6-0. motorcade will assemble Needed ForMotorcades Bozeman over statements with ;Cont Can ................ 47%11 hares of the common. itS ups and downs and is now
Whites and Negroes alike at 7:15: o'clock at the sexual overtones allegedly made ;Cont Oil .................. 66% However, those provisionswere 1 rated as a good dividend proucer. -
were surprised Most had expected New Civic Center building. by Garrison to some young ,Ctrl Data ............... 77' not changed when Con EdIson Otis Elevator is still
ArrestedIn a quick acquittal. From then on the itineraryand girls, who Bozeman had accompanied -'Corn Prds .............. 64% Issued more than 1.3 million 'down from previous peaks but
Beckwith 43. is accused of scheduled arrival times on a camping trip. Crown Cork .............. 31% common shares in 1963. The also has appeal as a dividend
shooting Evers from ambush will be: Attention all political. candidates Brannen said witnesses reported -Curtiss-Wright .......... 20'/4 company: sold that stock at payer. United Fruit (once rat
Lakeland/ when the Negro leader returned Polk City. 8 o'clock; Auburndale Bozeman fired once asa Den & Rio R R .......... 20% ISO a share. As a result It received -'ed among the highest-quality
home last summer from a civil 9; Lake Alfred. 9:35: ; If you are thinking about warning to Garrison after the De Soto Chem .......... NS more than $IOS million. locks) fell on hard times fiveor

Seventeen Negroes were arrested rights meeting. Even 37. was Haines City 10:45: ; Davenport. having a motorcade through latter had chased a group witha Dr Pepper .............. NS That money was added to the six years ago and still has
by Lakeland police state field secretary of the Na. Lake Hamilton and Dundee Lakeland and If you want gaff hook made from a broom Dresser Inds ............ 28% company's capital. That In- a long way to go to recover

early yesterday morning on a tional Association for the Ad. between 11:05: and 11:45: : Bar- loudspeakers with the motor. handle with three large three. DuPont .................. 263'/4
variety of charges when pa- vancement of Colored People. tow 2:30: ; return to Winter cade there are certain things pronged fishing hooks attachedto Eastman Kodac .......... 128%
trolmen were called to a disturbance The slaying last June 11. Haven for appearance at State you must do first. the end.Brannen. Gamble Skgmo .......... NS 11 a.m.
at 705 W. Fourth St. Beckwlth's arrest 11 days later Farm Bureau. 4; Eloise, 5; A permit Is required for said no charges have Ga Pac ................. 56% Price Choir
Patrolmen said they were and the impact of the first trial Eagle Lake. 5:45: ; return to both the motorcade and the been placed pending further investigation Gen Elec ................ 88% Phillip Morris ............ 80 1 College

called to the scene when it stirred deep racial passions In Winter Haven for barbecue at loudspeakers police announced of the incident. Gen Foods .............. 81!% Phillips Pet .............. 50%'

was reported that "white this Southern state-which has National Guard Armory 6. today. Gen Inst ................. 12% Philphs Dodge .......... 20 Members Lose
males were going to look for a the highest percentage of Negroes Kelly is expected to speakat Capt. Frank Hustm, head of Gen Motors ............. 82%,
Air ...... ...,...... NS
in the nation. each one of these places. Vandals Strike Piper
the traffic the
bottle and girls. department at Gen Tel & Elee ......... 35% Money Wallets
Cpl. R. R. Beale and Patrol Beckwith whose hobbies are Meanwhile Mrs. Kelly will Lakeland Police Department Gen Time ................ 12 Pit Plate Glass ......... 69% ,

man C. A. Purvis who Investigated gun collecting and passing out hold down a campaign post at announced today that: At Lakeland Gen Tire ................ 27% Proctor & Gamble ....... 85 Calif. AP
SAUSALITO (
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said they found some hard-core Citizens Council Liter. Winter Haven where a lunch "Within the next weeks and Gillette .................. 31% Pub Srv Elec & Gas ..... 74% members of the
white men sitting in a car at ature. has been in jail since his eon for her Is scheduled at months during the political Lawyer's HomeVandals W. R. Grace ............ 53 r.1 Pure Oil .. .... ... .,... 47% Westminster Fifteen women College choir of

the location and that there arrest noon. She will attend coffees campaigning, candidates will Great A & P Tea ........ 39 Rayblstos Man .........,, NS Salt Lake Utah lost their
was quite a "disturbance" goIng The prosecution says It may there until 6 o'clock.In undoubtedly want a motor struck at the home of Greyhound .............. 56% Rep Steel.. ............. 46% billfolds' and City$190! Sunday as
on Involving a large groupof offer some new evidence in the Bartow the senator will cade through Lakeland. Lakeland attorney Bob Langston Grumman ............... 41% R.J. Reynolds ........... 46% they in Sa usa lito'. First
sang
Negroes. retrial; the defense refuses to concentrate his appearances "We will try to conform last night and spread destruction IBM .................... 600 Reynolds Met ........... 43%, Church.
Other policemen were called say if It plans any new witnesses to the county court house and with the wishes of those applying through his property to Int Harvester ............ 71% Rhod Sel Trust ........... 7 I Presbyterian

to the scene to aid Beale and or exhibits. various other county offices. for a motorcade in the flowers and trees.It IMC ...................... 10 R.C. Cola ................ 62% The women left their! pursesin
Purvis make the arrests. best interest and safety of our was the third time In three Int Mm & Chem ........ 68VJ Safeway Stores ........... 61%' Rev. David Jacobsen's house
residents."A clothes before

S Women Arrested weeks that vandals have struckat Int Paper ................ 34%; Scott Paper .. .......... 37%1 where they changed
is to in
Nine Polk Organizations permit required his home at 1203 Eaton Drive, Int Tel & Tel ..,......... 57>/ Seaboard Air R .......... 47%' their guest appearance
Three Negro women were have a motorcade through Langston said. Jones & Laughlin ........ 78'/j'! Sears ...... ............. 105% his church.
arrested. They were Rosetta Lakeland. These may be obtained Last night while the Lang- Kelsey Hayes .., ......... 36'% Shattuch .......... ... .. .. 15% Mrs. Jacobsen said she saw
Moore 705 W Fourth St., Receive State ChartersNine through. the police de stons were at a beach, vandals Kimberly Clark .......... NS Sinclair Oil . ..,.. .... .,.. 45 a man in the church choir room.

charged with keeping a houseof of partment."If to be pulled up flowers and destroyed Kerr.McGee .............. 37 Socony .. ... .. ............ 69% during the service and she invited
ill fame and possession for Polk County organizations Bartow, dealing In citrus. Authorized used on loudspeakers the motorcade are thena a dogwood tree. Korvette ................ 301% SC. Elec & Gas ....... 56 I him In. lie declined.food anda but

an alcoholic beverage 45. 928 last week received their stock is 500 shares of license for the loudspeakersmust About two weeks ago, Lang Lear-Siegler .............. 13* Southern . .... .. ........ 54% accepted her offer read of In theJacobsen'
sale: Mary Robinson. with common at $100 per share be obtained at city hall" ston said vandals "stripped Llggette & Myer ........ 781/' Sperry Rand ............ NS I newspaper to
W. Twelfth St.. charged charters from the office of the leaf from azalea Inds .. ...,......... house.
Litton 34'/j
every ..
Moore Incorporators are C. A. Boa- my Spiegel .... .......... .. 32%.
vagrancy: and Alberta secretary of state. well Jr.. Patricia Ann Coker bushes." Lone Star Gas .......... 42% Std Oil Cal .............. 60%: When the choir members returned -
804 W. Thirteenth St., charged Vandals struck about three Loral Elec ............... 7 to the house the man, 13
The new corporations are: and Mary Jean Pickelsimer, City CommissionIn % Std Oil Ltd ...... .. ..... 641/4!
with vagrancy. were Klnsey Groves, Inc., No. 1: all of Bartow. weeks ago also he said and P. Lorrillard ............. 491/' Std Oil NJ ............. 116/4: wallets and the cash were
Three Negro drunk men and Kinsey Groves, Inc., No. 2 M. C. Sullivan Inc., Frost Auburndale pulled up flowers from his front Madison Fd .............. 18% Sunray Oil ............... 31 gone.
charged with Joe Lanier.vag. and Kinsey Groves Inc.. No. proof dealing in real and lawn. Magnavox ............... 40% Penn Gas & Trans .....,.. 21%I
rancy. They Crawford were St. and 3 (three separate corporations personal property. Authorized The Incident was reported to Marguardt ............... IP/ Texaco .. .. ..... ......." 74%'
45. 205 W, 305 W. SixthSt. ), each dealing In the citrus stock is 500 shares of common Meets Tonight the police department and an Martin Marietta .....,... 19'/ Texas Gulf Sul ...... ... 27% Mummy Girl
Robert Jackson investigation was reported tin McCrory ................. 12 '
Cromartieof business. Authorized stockof of no par value. Incor. Tidewater ....... ......... 38%
and Joseph A. each is 500 shares of common porators are M. C Sullivan AUBURNDALE The regular derway by the detective divislon. McKesson ............... 44% Tractor Sup ... ...... ..... NS Will Go On
illS N. Ohio Ave. were at $10 a share. Incorporators Grace E. Sullivan and Mat. city commission meet. Merke ................... 117'/ Union Bag ....... ........ 38%
Eleven other Negroes charges. are Randolph Y. thew t0. Sullivan all of Frost. log tonight-7:30: o'clock In Minn. Hnwl .............. 121'/ Union Oil ...... .... ..... 77% In RomeROME
arrested on vagrancy Matheny R. A. Harbert and proof. the city hall commission room Haven AssistantFire MMM .................... 67 Union Pac ............... 41% Display
They were: 58 618 W. William L, Eagan all of Or. Cypress Gardens Packages -will entertain the following Montg Ward ............. 36% Union Tank ......... ..... 40%
Chester Thomas Rich. lando. Inc., Winter Haven dealingin Items according to City Manager Nat Biscuit ............... NS United Fin ... ............ 32% (AP) Rome's mum
Palencia St.; James Lee Southern Fruit Buyers Inc., the liquor store business. Bruce Canova: Chief In Nat Can .................. 16% United Fruit .. .... ...... 22% my girl will go on public display -
12. of Coleman; Willie Barrow.John of Lakeland dealing in citrus. Authorized stock Is 103 sharesof Discussions concerning I Nat Dairy ............... 70% U.S. Inds ........... .. ... 11% April 12 In the Terme Muleum. -
St.
42. 328 Magnolia W.; SixthSt. Authorized stock is 2.000 no par value. Incorporstorsare widening of Pilaklakaha Ave. Special MeetingWINTER Nat Fuel,............... 31% U.S. Rubber ........... 53% .
Robinson 63. of 712 Broomfield. shares of common at 15 per E. Malcolm Pope Robert nue; securing property for Nat Gypsen .............. 51% U.S. Steel ... ........... 59% I The mummified body of a
.; and Ezeklal share, Incorporators are Ward and David Shriber all Little League baseball facilities HAYEN-Aa.llt. Nat Tea .................. 18% Upjohn ,.,.............. 52% young girl in a remarkablestate
21, 828 W Twelfth St. Charles H. Davis Jr., Van D. of Winter Haven. ; and cemetery plans. ant Fire Chief Walt Moms is Nia-Mohawk ............. 50% Vendo ...... . ........... "% of preservation was uncovered
Also charged with vagrancywere 51. 525 Howell and Doria R. Meadows Lakeland Truss and LumberCo. Also on the agenda will be attending a week-long sessionof Okla Gas & Elec ......... NS Warner Lambert ....... 28% earlier this year by
Clarence Thomas, Johnson Tri-County Pomona GrangeNo. ., dealing in pre-fabrica. a request for authorization to Florida State Fire Collegeat Outboard Marine ........ 17% W. Air Brake ............ 35 workmen digging foundations
W. Fifth St.; Eddie Lee Ave.-; 7, Inc. (non-profit), a civic tlon construction: and the purchase t surplus ladder Ocala on the executive side Pac Gas & Elec .......... 31% Westinghouse ............ 35% for a building on the outskirtsof
Florida
33. North organization whose subscribers lumber business. Authorized truck from Tampa ElectricCo. of fire fighting. Pan Am Sulphur..*...... 31ft Winn Dixie .............. NS Rome at Grottarossa.
Davis Dunn. 40, of Bartow 29;, are Charles G. Goff stock Is 2,000 shares of common .; opening of bids on a sand Included In the daises I Parke Davis ............. 30%' Woolworth ...... .. ...... 77 The mummy was named the
Robert Edward Clayton.Ave.; Dover; and Hazel E. Snyder at $5 per share. Incorporators machine; and approval of which end Friday will be administrative Penney J.C ............ 51% Xerox ... .. .. ............ NS Grottarossa girl. Experts estimated -
1257 N. New York address and Fred S. Emmick of Lake are T. V. Hatchett and bills and the execution of a and leadership aspects Pepsi Cola .............. 49% Zenith Rad ..... ......... 841% she died nearly 2,000
James Edward, 22.Charlie no Loud. land. Lamar Boatwright, both of contract with the city ,engineer In the everyday life of Pfizer ... ................. 47'X Occidental Pet .......... 24 years ago and was 8 or 9 yean

33.listed of;705 and W.Jack Fourth St. Boca Green Groves, Inc., Lakeland. an active fire-station.; Phila Elec ............... 32% Jim Walter ............. :34%,old at the time.School .


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.11 I n LAKELAND LEDGER, Monday, April C, IM4 WHAT KIND OF A
-I Slavic Artist ER "I FLIPPED )1A YOU ;,
i I SLUSC50...HO\V\ DID COIN FOR ,< *\ MARh GOING( ARE TO Qi ) ,

YOU ARRIVE A'E'ANSWERS MOST OF AT/ J'ions GIVE A\B\ ? ( ,
WORRY CLINIC "
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Rumors Are StartedBy I

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By DAVID BINDER must not forget the causes of
George W. Crane, Ph.D., M.D. JfefoTJorfctrtntMBELGRADE.: |war because history teaches us

I ... YugoslavlaThesearch that these same things are repeated -
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t CASE S-UI: Hansel Dove l isS I We need far more educational for beauty of the young As a boy he copied Duerer
farmer friend who lives near leaders whose private painter, Vladimir Vellckovlc Goya and Rembrandt and for
home in Indiana. 'I lives will has taken him through graveyards 1 MUST ADVISE .JX WHEN IASAIN3TSW1WMTM0J
I'll t our summer staunchly suppcrt a short period he apprenticed NOThANK LIKE POPAIWAYS SAICV
After church he motioned' their preachments.One thistle patches blasted himself to an older painter. But MAY I TAlC )VtJl SiR? XXi. ILZXJU A TAlLK1Nt>S/ WANT
HAT AND I REEFVADVICEIII.
prairies and his wartime py THE .
II j that lie wanted to talk'to me. reason why Senator own I Velickovic Is largely selftaught.At .
memories of n\ff\ A TRANSOCCAHHAHE- PIANA. TASK FOR i IT.
shootings, hangingsand "
i: "I have some Goldwater has zoomed so fast the Insistence of Mi fatherhe AW.RAYE,
I Interesting I In popularity Is the fact people bombing studied for a degree in :
; news for you" know he Is not a two- At 29 yean of age when most architecture which he received
I he began. "My faced, mealy mouthed politician of his contemporaries are think three years ago. Since then he
4 ions wife said who tries to speak out ing about motor cars jazz and has devoted himself only to \
I she heard that of both sides of his mouth. seaside vacations he is busy painting and drawing.
you and your Even If some of his listen. painting his private vision of Some critics have classified

I wife had sepa ers don't agree with him they horror. his work as "epic surrealism," !
I he Critics have compared his s\ r ,
rated. know he means what says but the painter says that for : : -
"It was at and rings true. work to the nightmarish scenesof him the traditional surrealists b-- 4aI
of Fj Some of my psychology col. the 16th century painter
meeting
like Dall are no longer contemporary -
church Worn leagues In state universities Hieronymous Bosch but despitethe :&iDcwJi writ Does SHS two*
en's Society inIndlananapolis. purposely spread malicious occasional appearance of -I [WHAT'XW'THIS CM! 13f

DR. CRANEThe rumors, due chiefly to Jeal monstrous figures the paintingsof 'Abstract. . Is Finished" ---- -
other ladies asked her I ousy. Vellckovlc are unreservedly Likewise he shuas identification -

about It"She "Dr Crane uses two-sylla modern. with abstract artists thoughhe Vest
said she knew nothing ble words," they argue "so Far off on a white and black acknowledges debt to them. ITS WELL, I DO
SF.ESS '
about any separation so she'd I Or Crane I Iii a quack and unscientific -- plain there is the suggestion of "I think art is losing something iMF'RTANt ' S z..

ask me for I was due to visit : 'I'' a mushroom cloud or a Gibbet. now in abstract manifestationsthat TO Me. LIKE ROCKS. _ .__ _. /
there In a few days. Well that latter statement His best-known work, entitled say nothing," he explained. 'Ib;J ==-- ;.e...
"Well I laughed when she ; is slanderous especially about "Big Scarecrow" which won a "'I say nothing against the abstract 1:
put the question to me. And I a bona fide M.D., but they prize two years ago could also which is a very great :
told her you and Cora were get so irate they sometimes be called "Big Scarehuman. and serious experience for artists ;

sitting together in church last spend half their lecture period Armless Figure, ," he added. "But It Is if
Sunday so that ought to an jumping on this daily newspaper solely an experience for artistsin i. Ii
swer the rumor." column.Records I armless It to a-bloody powerless painting- figure of an new materials. At this stageit LI-i- d

K Many false rumors get start. pinned to a wooden cross. It Is finished and It Is time to I -
the abstract discoveries in
ed because of Ignorance. For ClearDiscussion Is a kind of modern crucifixionwith use "
example a few years ago I the terror magnified by the concrete paintings.
was Informed that down In presence of several Innocent. Following these ideas Velic ____ ,,4.
Cincinnati I was being calleda Of kovic has been painting his afoot -
looking birds perched on the
communist I crossbar. canvases first in deep blues

And it all developed from Famous QuoteBy Other contemporary touchesIn blacks and whites, and colors now with His (IF VER POSTIN1 YER POOL*'U 7CH.! IF t DOESN'T fU BLIMEY, AT tAT/ DOES TWO
Introduced and
my radio being as a "famous column.on the Velickovic paintings i are present more aim more he says is to"tree" WOULD YER. WIND DROPPING C OJfZRY UP RYTHINt {> IT TJ THE ASSOCIATED PRESS zebra-striped frontier barriers IN r1 J( ThAr'rLi1r'
I, 1st. himself from details. THE BOX T GON'DBEBURNT%
When Gen. MacAr- knife handles and of
Some Illiterate person con Douglas depictions Galleries and private customers ? > POST AWSS7H
thur made his public vow to go human intestines after sudden Velicko- TO A CINPEf ... .JT T
fused "columnist" with "com are vying now for
munist." back to the Philippines he violent death. vies, but there are still many = l"IEBf
This evacuated the Island early in There is no one In this country in
the
Indianapolis rumor 'dread scenes hanging
might have had a similar Innocent World War II-he was reportedto painting anything remotely apartment. Mrs Velickovic
origin. have said It this way: "I will resembling his work and meet said "It doesn't bother me,"

Or it might have been start. return." I ing this shy and rather modest to be surrounded by painted ..
ed for malicious purposes, as Associated Press dispatchesof serb one wonders how his visionof horror "I have only been married ,
to undermine my influence the period report the "I will" destruction evolved. a year and a half" she "=
l'? with you readers when I give version of MacArthur's statement The SOD of one of the nation'sleading added
advice on marriage. engineers, he lives comfortably
I, For people usually look to But later versions-Including with his wife in the

see if an "advice" writer can those In standard reference [well-appointed apartment of his Prices
0 Sulphur
practice what he teaches. books-quote MacArthur as say. parents on Kosmajska Street in
"Dr. Hearst editor a quiet section of old Belgrade.' ... .c>. "" -
Crane a ing "I shall return. 'lOr I
once told me, "I am so The Pentagon made It official His second floor studio faces on Up $2 Per Ton New Movie Distort-s-

glad that you are happily married Sunday. Army sources said a courtyard.

and the father of five historical records had established Asked what he is about 1 HOUSTON, Tex. (AP) Pan I

children. that he said "I shall return -Velickovic replied: "It is not American Sulphur Co., Houston,
"For a lot of psychologistswho ." admiring what is ugly, disfigured announced Saturday its sulphur The History Of Rome '

pontificate on marriageand rotten and devastated, but prices at Tampa Fla., and along 'r .
child rearing are either rather an expression of resistance
the Atlantic seaboard will be
bachelors divorced and Prisoner Takes such In the first
or to things..
increased by $2 per gross ton By BOSLEY CROWTHERJCjfc pletely as history of the
childless. theorists. Ride OfferedBy ,place they are warnings. effective July 1. Stars \Jorfc isea Roman empire in the second

If you can practice what Must Not Forget The price Increase will be applied NEW YORK There is no century A.D., during the last
Jpu preach, then your advice PatrolmanCOLUMBIA Recalling his childhood dur to all new business Immediately law that says a film-maker, year of the reign of Marcus
true and carries far
rjngs. I ing the occupation and liberation Harry C. Webb president when he makes a historical Aurelius and the subsequent

..lore Over weight.1,000,000 teen agers 1 Mo. (AP) An of Belgrade he said, "we said. III'\\ : Impel film has to hew with unswerving reign of Commodus, his son.
off-duty Missouri highway pa. Lacks Conflict
have heard me speak at their devotion to the exact
trolman, returning home to Columbia line of history. He has It lacks firm dramatic conflict
-
high cations.school or college convo- from Jefferson City Sat 2 New CBS Panel Shows By Carroll RighterMONDAY and should have dramatic There's no strong clash
I in his private car, w7 : of characters romance
As both a physician as well urday night i license to play around withwhat's no
I as a psychologist. I ridicule saw a cold wet man standingon Not Rip-Roaring Hits In the books omit or (except a routine statement of
.
U.S. 63. soldier loves emperor'sd.ughter.
such nuisance bad habits as invent minor details and touch

smoking and drinking. And I The patrolman George Graz By CYNTHIA LOWRYAP filling the vacant "Judy Gar --'T--- -- -..- '.HW up the characters a bit to suit involving Sophia
give them scientific facts.But let usually doesn't pick up his needs. Loren and Stephen Boyd)
what counts almost as hitchhikers, but this one lookedso I Television-Radio Writer land Show" hour. It abruptly APRIL (, 1K4 ( etc., you make big strides After all, It would be ridiculous Even the spectacle stuff Is
rule. NEW YORK AP) Carl switched order of the shows late GENERAL forward In the future. Write
much as the medical evidenceI miserable he broke the TENDENCIES: to to historical disappointing and that l includes
offer is also the fact they A short time later Grazier realized -;Reiner is a bright funny fellow Friday and put Conned, origin Concentrate early upon making out-of-towners. Big ideas follow film to be expect a precise a replication a whipping duel between
and viewers would enjoy ally on the panel, in as host at
know I neither smoke nor his passenger was wearing many your charm more evident and CAPRICORN (December 22 to of events as they looked two men racing down
drink. myself. __ prison clothes and arrested his work if he were-as they the last "minute of "Made in apparent for all to see and appreciate -January 20) By improving property and were. In most cases, that a forest road In runaway
from
him. say-reading the listings America. after which you have now, you find it will save would be impossible, Imprac. chariots, imitative of the
The fugitive Delbert Cornett, the phone book. I All three major networkswere the added vitality and courageto you money in the long run and tical and probably quite dull. chariot race In "Ben.Hur"In
DRIVE-IN THEATRES
20, said he escaped from a prison I The sad truth, is.that Reiner well prepared Sunday go after what you want with bring you increased income The physical aspects of his short It Is feeble enter
OPIN 6130-5HOW 7.JO. would have been In much better with film biographies and handsome -
Jefferson resourcefulness and Talk well hollow
farm near City an awareness over financial matters with tory must be adjusted to the tainment as as
Tonlght'i Th, Night about 1 p.m., but was so cold performing shape Sunday nightif ; tributes to General Douglas of the modern Ideas scientific -expert. Increase other assets, of modern history. In a film of the na
To Go Out T, A Mo.', he had been reading the MacArthur. ABC got its pro- grasp eyes.
him methods and ] It couldntbe
by the time Grazier picked conditions too. Thus, It Is logical and legal ture of this one
book. He turned as on the air first in the late
up he didn't mind being caught. phone up gram able to give you a big boost AQUARIUS (January 21 to that Cleopatra should be much worse.
major domo of a new CBS panel afternoon, followed by CBS an
lout or
forward. been
2-MORE NITES! So much has
You made to
its February 19) must take the appear a fair sum
show called "The Celebrity.hour later. NBC put on special of
I During World War II when MacArthur memorial In ARIES (March 21 to April 19) I right steps now that give you mation of the brilliant modem neglected the intrusion
there was a shortage of steel, Game. late Look to comrades in varying financial assurance you are making real woman who speaks Eng. Christianity into the fabric of
Illinois made its license platesout Celebrities Abound the Recommended evening.tonight: "Wa I brackets to appreciateyou progress. Show you have real lish fluently that Henry V Roman culture the corruption

MOWING! of a pressed fiber contain There was not much game ABC 8:30-10 EST as day goes on and to give talent. Your health needs tonIng should be a 20th century Briton oft h. Praetorian guard
DHIVt IN :
pilaf
which turned out but there sure was a passel of gon Train. (which was the military elite
ing soybeans the boost
need.
T::JO WITH PARTIAL) I -John Mclntire as the trail- you you Increase up see your doctor, if who spouts luxurious
IIPKAT SHOWING, AT It.19 to be a favorite snack for livestock Hollywood celebrltie..nlne on adventure. abundance wisely. Be sure to necessary Elizabethan verse, that Queen around the emperor), the debasement
GREGORY PECK I and dogs. one panel. They were called master in another give credit where credit Li due PISCES (February 20 to Elizabeth should look like of morale, the mortal -
TONY CURTIS """ upon for yes and no answers to also. Bette Davis the clash between Com modus
and
GROVE PARK March 30) Holding steady to a Earl of
AND CO-ITAHNINO SHOPPING CENTERLAST such weighty questions as "Do TAURUS (April 20 to May 20) principle l Is vitally important Essex like Errol Flynn. And and his sister. It's a shame

BOBBY DARIN you think European actresses Today Influential persons now recognize -now though outside forces may of course if there were a law that young people should see
Aeadtmy Avar4 NomlKMtot appeal than and be led to
have sex
more
this
lu..n Actor your special talents so it be strong. Keep working at a forbidding any tampering with travesty
'I 2 !American?" and "Do women I' does not behoove you to be steady pace. Assist those who history a lot of our leading think it Is based on Edward
"CAPTAfNNEWMAN" 'fall in love faster" with a man In timid. If you attend to civic are In need. Strengthen will film-makers, including CecilB. Gibbon's classic historical

ii DAYSShoWI with money? duties you find you increase power.IF DeMille would have spenta work.
COLOR ; A panel of three studio con- HistoryBy credit to a fine extent. I YOUR CHILD IS BORN lot of time In Jail.
t . testants had to guess how the GEMINI (May 21 to June 21) TODAY there is bound to be History DistortedBut Pilot; In Japan

AT ALAN 10:00:LADD ONLY IN! III I! 1100.3:10-5120 stars voted. The going was THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Getting a more modern approach -much success here since the there really is no for.

"THI DEEP SIX" 9:29.9:35NODN : : ,heavy and very slow. Today Is Monday April 6, the to dally operations as love of fellow man is great, the giving distortions of history Crash Says Plane
COLOR I Even so It was considerably 97th day of 1961. There are 269 well as original Ideas Is best mind brilliant as well as that are so gross they conveya
I more sprltely than the other days left in the year. ;way to begin this week. One curious Give fine training In completely false or fatuous Controls Lost

;,,new panel show which followed Today's highlight in history: of different cultural backgroundfrom the social amenities as well as impression of what occurred.
MPNNGo It on CBS. This was something" On this date in 1917 the yours can be very helpful usual academic subjects. Be And there's no tolerating the TOKYO (AP) A U.S. Marine .

ASSOUJrSL'rAPa IN'Tkcicei ,I called "Made In America, House approved a resolution Listen carefully. sure you allow your progeny to performance of historical fig pilot whose Jet Intercepto

......1.. I billed as "the program that will passed by the Senate declaringa I MOON CIIILDREN (June 22 have many young friends earlyso ures in such a way that they crashed Into a Japanese town
.-- 'prove this is truly a land of op- state of war with imperial to July 21) Any plans you start- that Innate quality of leader. give no more Illusion of simulation and killed four persons said II'<'

Toniu And Tu.tdFlrat ., portunity. It proved some- Germany. President Woodrow ed working on some timo ago ship can be best utilized, than costume extras day he ejected from the plant
Art Showing thing, but not that.Mililonalres Wilson signed the resolution can now be made to operate brought into play.Smathers crossing a lot In Hollywood.This because he could no longer con

-- ;; PMIImIIElWI I Subjects early in the afternoon and the very efficiently. Be very careful Is beyond endurance trot it.Capt..
ADULT KNTCRTAINMCNT"SHOJGUN This time the panel held only United States was at war. where accounting recordsare especially in this expandingage R. L. Bown of Seattle

73s 50:45: /" STARTS WEDNESDAY I three celebrities and Hans Con- ,* * concerned. Impress both Pepper of cinema sophisticationand Wash., said his F8U "went Into
,ned Was host. The panel's Job On this date personal and business friends more and more maturity an uncontrolled flight and

CItQ4(4d "Lawrence ,was to guess, with the help of In 1830 the Church of Jesus favorably.LEO Revolution in films. And that's why "The pitched nose down.
clues the product with which Christ of Latter.Day Saints _I (July 22 to August 21) [Agree Fall of the Roman Empire" "Since I was below recover

... I Of Arabia"SHOWS I each of three millionaires made the Mormon Church was organized Your partners have advanced directed by Anthony Mann is altitude and f had no control of
t
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his or her fortune. by Joseph Smith at Ideas now and it would be wiseto Was Good ThingMIAMI i such a dud.There's the craft I ejected" Sown
/( 8A:.: AT . I CBS obviously had some second -Fayette N.Y go along with them enthusiastically really nothing right

110.w..".... I Ii00<4i30-lil2 thoughts about the sorry In 1909 Robert Perry with Start planning for I about this picture this massive said.U.S.. officials were investigating
.. A'' ., . pair of shows with which it Is Matt Henson and four Eskimos,I some Important venture. This CAP) Sen. George three-hour melange of the cause of the crash Sunday
"' J. Wod 10 ....... 1-- reached the North Pole and can lead to a big success. Smathers and Rep. Claude Pepper turgid spectacle. It fails com .

j = ._ P.1,,,Put,,_" NE raised the American flag there.I VIRGO (August 22 to September -' agreed Saturday that the
.
'i Brazilian
3n H.. In 1941 German armies 22) Concentrate upon get- revolution was a victory
(t' Ih.l8unlTONIO"T : : THEY WON THE launched their Invasion of ting important work done and for democracy. /TrvSUIU
Greece and Yugoslavia. avoid those who waste your "While I concur with those I
OwNTOWN WAR..BUT In 1942 Japanese forces land- time, energy. Co-workers understand I who oppose changes of govern-
Now Shawing the Island of aims. ment by other than democratic
I ed on Bougainville. your They will labor -
WEDDING"IN LOST THEIR PANTS! along with you intelligently. procedures," Smathers said In I

In 1945, President Roosevelt I a statement released by his
C019 named Edward Stettlnlus to be UBRA (September 23 to October -Washington office "It appears t

\ temporary chairman of the San 22) Being your most charm that the Brazilians had no recourse HI v t
y HI
All At 1.55: OnI"God's ( ,/ tl1e Zanie8i'CND' Francisco conference of the Ing self and choosing your than" to take the action

littls Acri"Plrmy United Nations. words wisely Is best way to get they did. Just tell us how
I much need
r, \.,. OlJtff ofrnisf t8 * ahead now. Set up appointmentsIn Pepper said In a statement, to pay bills, for home improvements money you car
The Senate "the new government will give ,
Ten years ago early AM. Then carry throughdiligently.
't : evertl./ confirmed Charles Lindberghas new hope for economic Improvement repairs vacations for all your seasonal
( a brigadier general in the SCORPIO (October 23 to November in Brazil and the surgence expenses Phone for prompt service

[Air Force Reserve. 21) Step out and buy I of democracy in this great coun LOANS
) ; UP TO $600
NVANCW.00lA Five years ago The Madagascar -the particular mechanisms that try.

government reportedthat make your work more easy
two weeks of floods and whether at home or in place of Approximately one-third of all
Ih.n at fIn TUUOAV w.to, p..1 0CWlM storms had taken 143 lives. business. Don't take chances land in the United States is Ilmmf'INANCI
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,1-' Vine UdwIUsel satellite Lunik 4 flew the .
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LAKELAND LEDGER, Monday, April 8. IN4 1I1

t1V DAD NAs HE5 BEEN SiuDVIf16 THExO6YHISTORYCOMMUNICATION5 HA5 Au T14I5READNb ITS TAKEN: HIS MIND

I ,, DEAR ABBY (.0"0 FEEN u3iNG A LOT AN6PCUTICAL AND 5TQCVlflu OFF HIS BOWUN5JI ( !
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. i 1r4Dia EAND SCIENCE .HE'S VERY' HELPED HIM
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a geneal re p V. write to .. ,

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Abigail Van Buren .
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DEAR ABBY': While sitting In my dentist's outer office at the time and I am quite lure nobody every saw HIS fOR it's M YEARS 1 _\' E KED jbNgy DESIRE OgI, R4

yesterday, a smartly dressed woman came In with her daughter "HERB." HE'S S4THERE : --.
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who appeared to be four or five years old. The mother HERB'S. WIFE ALONE w1T31 HIS EvtS; *' CqVs/

wore a wool suit and a full-length coat with a fur collar, as * 11GHT
DEAR ABBY: Will you please describe the proper wayto ITCHING
it was exceptionally cold and windy for this time of TOES qt rep L1 WDtRWM
year. hold a fork while cutting with the knife? My husband holds 1

The child wore a short organdy dress anklets and a short his like_a catapult Perpendicular at right angles to his a L E

Jacket. She looked like a little doll, but her lips were blue and
plate. Our grown children have mentioned it to me, but I -
quivering and she was sniffling I wanted to say something hate to hurt his feelings. I've searched through all the etiquette r -

to the mother for disregarding the child's health and comfort books hoping to find a picture but to no avail. Shouldn't 24 CFf

for the sake of beauty. After my opportunity had passed I somebody tell him? Your answer will probably be, "Just be 4 V16LJTIWON'T
berated myself for not having said something I could a, ONOTHINGEVERWILL
hardly thankful you have a husband with two good arms, and don'tbe + lu

sleep last night for worrying about that poor child. Should I ashamed of him as long as he brings home the pay check"

call the dentist's nurse and ask her who the woman was and "MRS," I1iLrOtSNT

write her an anonymous note? Maybe seeing It In writing
DEAR MRS. Not this time friend. It Is surprising how
would bring her to her senses? ... ---- .
many well-mannered people with most of the social graces

COULDN'T SLEEP lack this one. Yes, somebody should tell him. Allow me? AND SNE AND IP SHE GOES

DEAR lOULDNTt No. If you start letting this kind of The fork should be held with all the fingers gently wrapped GIVE HER ANT T O BACK T7 THE MOON- SE MPATE BVERfI

Other people's business bother you you will NEVER get any around It, except the Index finger and thumb which should UP? L WOAD! I'U.CO WITH HER?

sleep. hold It down near the neck at an angle of 43 degrees or less.
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DEAR ABBY: What a coincidence! My husband was stationed CONFIDENTIAL TO D. M. ON ALLEN STREET Yes, c ) lY 1 e

at Camp McCoy for a short time during World War II. there Is help for you. Please send me your address, complete rye ANr'e ((05

and HE had "HERB" tattooed on him. But we were married with city and state, and I will wire my reply at once.PUZZLE ya 1

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; 2 wds. 31 Home. 52 Desertlike.

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TV STEREO RADIO COLOR TV loludon to Sunday's Puzzle DAIED.'- ARE WU USUALLY DO WHEN AWAY OF COURS !
IN ON I PRACTICALLY THy CHILDREN PLANNING "' BOTH
Line of Motorola tDLC AND I THEY'RE IN
Complete P A DESPERATE MYSELF AT DANE-! ? IN SCHOOL!
Horn Entertainment Equipment U$... i DDENLY TO SET MARRIED
P IoME TRICE T DEU MM EMBRACE, MARY DISCOVERED Wt WERE BUT ITS LEGAL,
802 W. LEMON LAKELAND U2-444S
M N io K GIVEN IN LOVE, MRS.WORTH! ISN'T IT, IN LtAP

A E I l 0 4 M N S By Grace Wilner A HASTY ,WITH LAM OTHER'' YEARP"F0K THE
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TOMORROW MORNING '


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Oot M...n. T". M.C.," 3 NEW COURTHOUSE TROD 00ef Cci,. CHASM'IM WIN r MAKING YUR..OW LONd
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II .SOl.d" Jaeudr I ANhOMS P'IJPOSE'YOU WV ALLOW COL.
Elliott County expects to have a soUL PLOCe. YOUR 'IM ID TELL ABOUT 'roe \
IVIMIMOIB yen, ? PALLY! ALL A/OUT RED AIRbreiP'eec CANYON 1D MAKE sLOPSTD
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courthouse the of ; \YANIea
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TOMORROW a ......... 1964 In first in 6' UMCLCMX SAM. 2? ; ae

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LoofttI
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_...._... Make ADeal I.' M,., M._ ....- U-._.....,_ ra CMnmueie THC COUNTY JUDOI 'ANO I'
IS-....._.. Make A DI 10) M.,M.._.Irl N.unnsdS ... I S 5-Irmo h. SNmnIMa COUNT IN AND CON (POLK
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1 N-sd.e H II ,S-M..I '.....,.... log Claim, or 1)emanda .Alalnl' \ I a1 111 "
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Mar Sa..Mw.a 1W I
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31.-W.rld N norditr .. within all ,'al. -
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from Marsh M 4date r
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nf notlii. Kmti SERMON / t '.' SOICANEY5EE : :
il I 4 _Tr.naal, Qardamf slam or demand man ba In writplat / THEMSETTER
RADIO.DISPAT HED SERVICE 4 JO-Ataul Paaal. Ina, malll 'et. 'hoo '" nf 55.5
I *O-What I ThirtyRADAR X.w dnna and pool offlt.. aildrrM of t Ir ?
135-TUN ih. claimant' muni b* awurn 10end =
A'cor Its Votir Phone mua be filed .... afontaaldor ;.... t nc
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TV St. /./ JoI... I"trlilM Murphy Halford -
I Service o _Ar I!'!li.._' Air te"/....."." protect modern radar re /-/ Wallar R. Murphy I.,.
ceivers from electronic interference RsMutora (

Aai: rM NITE & DAY TV0BJ'n'8V.M..9 a fine wire fence of a William 4U..rnoo.tl for Carvr t''l.N: Me

I nickel and copper alloy is placed P O Bn |(ii
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I I H LAKELAND LEDGER' LEGAL ADVtMTIICMtNT. -. -LIDALADVERTISUMUNT- _, __. BUILDING TRADES 1* EMPLOYMENT 1* FINANCIAL I* INSTRUCTION

'i Monday. April I. IM4 tN THI CIRCUIT COURT OFTHE NOTICE TO CHIDITOMS CLASSIFIED I .
t !:! TINTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN THC COUNTY JUDO a 53 H.lp Wanted Female 62 Business Opportunities 1 S.o.l.WANT
OP ..FLORIDA IN AND FOR COURT IN AND ran POLK VttD ADVERTISING 21 Reefing J

BRITISH TUBCMITE POLK COUNTY COUNTY FLORIDA I prtvlouieiperlenc. OOtNQ GULP for 1.Mod. '-

British craftsmen claim to IN CHANCERY 1:01 RE:: HiPATF OK RATES lOOPING DEPINDA.LI work.s.oxlmln DENTAL. ASII.TAN. e.ll.nl f..IIUt..llo.. Ur "...11 A
i.: DIVO NC U EDITH F. kELPOVr, lame Me.Omen. sod .rl.r.d. .u.llfl. 0054. COD"C' Ho.1 .
II, have machined the world JERRY W. HAUUKTT >ecca.e4l Sub Pv TypeMlBUnum .. homier CO.p.a..rm'DI. .0 r.tloni per "bn.ll.. .tl. M-ail. Davla Oulf OU DI"lb ", TI. BETTER JOB

tiniest tube. Produced of Plaintiff To All rredltor and P.roon. Ilat'. IS Word W Mall. MU IU4t. L.kel.nd Led.er. Mead.. Florida
pure h'lf ('lalma Drmanda Acalial Your Choice:
or Minimum (Charge-$1 Take
nickel, the tube has BA8SFTTDefendant ALL TYPES ldDla. eealeretol HAIR dreeur Kim
an : Said' I RetatetYea. IENIOI
Weed D.rl Deco D reefs Balon. South.lt. SHOP BUY 5 IBM KeypunchSpeedwntlng
Deri WANTEDTO
r.r.d .pl.1
each of here.hr .
diameter of and foil ar
000515) $ Inches MrC.r .h. the M.ll
I SUIT FOR DIVORCE notified to fIle In duple" ..11n.ur.t 115 W.1.. MO Sins Center S
i<
a bore of 0.00013 Inches M HAHtirTT" : demand i .4.1 ib'ijriisMTg 1.,3. EXPERIENCED KITCHEN help Polk County Stand

4 .I than a million such tubes notified that a i'Ll. ths cHats of hF.JI'; a 11: 8 n u u. 'U Apply In pereon Vallerlnol R.. license S Typewriting
fit HI von"e baa been t:. k'clene dei.eaced, In the nffle 24 Plaster Laurent. 11C But MamA Liquor S Office
Inside an average you, and )nil are of ,, Machines
CA.llra IAc RAT
It ring. a copy of your Judge.C at 1.I.-ft .,:n.nih.C. rot,if ". Write Box M-271 Comptometers

:: : to the Com- Itouea at Hartow. Florida. within .! CtASamso DISPLAY RAYS pL.TIUNO., PATIIO. .. Lakeland LeJgeroperator 5 Bookkeeping
1 HOAL AOVI plaintiff attorney .111 calendar month (ram Apt II S. IJ per .olumn InoBContraol .UID" .. deemed..ddle. WORD TO THE
k TO 3074 h. Main 1..4. which la the date of the .... .3 Pr..1"0. Jel T.I Start any
IN O-l c.lC NCTA"I TDOO"I Florida. and brat I publication of thIs nollech ... - R.1 Pros Beeueel ". .: I wmsF FOR .ALI .atuhliehed do.nlo.n Moa-

i' \ COURT .' Aa.wer or Head claim or demand muxt be inwriting WANT AD DEADLINE nubile stasoSrsPhet basilsu. 14..1 Nigh
I. CCK COUNTY IN AND... FOR ". of the Clerk of count atate the place" nIr..ht.n ,... BUSINESS SERVICE F you need money to buy for sweet- Pr lull
WOBO A MJ
I on or befire the I ,'e and office addrear OS t.lb/ write te r. Boi Lakeland
IV> RT-:: F.4TA1' : OFMLIIAM 1114 If fall or the pout PubilMtlanBey' a car, furnitur. aa.land, Plorlda.SMALL .
r I" \ \>n you claimant moat he sworn losnd Beadllne hse.
: l VICTOR by default will. muat be filed ea afiremldelae Monday. Il' AM. BatardayTueedey Uwnmawan & ServIce Earnings $5 per hour OROCVRY with Onion Business Institute, Inc.

''J .. All ('relinr. and Pet-none .t you for the r. or name will become void CD 4.M P U MondayWednuday J with AVON Call now. uarteri xcellent opportnnltr Lake Wire.
I '"s Claim or Demande In the Complaint Themlore Lawrence Kelaon 4:30 r.M. for rte aeaple te .u..I..I O Lkelan
I,. Bald; t:atate: & . at Lk.land KnecutcirAnrntnn Tbnredev T. RCPAOU Oil a make lawnaww- I..c.. Por b.altb IU. Phone 89
County. this Uth T Mannerti '" 4 JO Hi. WedBeeday .re sad uaall .I. .e u> I 1.131.HOU8E .
You and earn of you, are 1984. H. Florida AvenueAkeland mites ea . ASIa Write P, O Box 1395
I bv notified to rile In Friday. 4 30 P. U TburidayBatarday AND kiulnM. foe lal. br
'
I' I all claim and demanda whlrh UAM JR. Florid II'00 Moon FrIdapSuodap DMtrte. 205 Merle PterM Are cr van Hiehvar *ai( Plant MEN
1 o
hate ..0 In.t the eatate nf of the circuit RILE Court Atlorn.). for Kiecutor PM. Friday Phane U I"JI. cn. m-rm. WAND
Victor Ritchie. deeeaaed In IT.90\ < 4'3 Call 6-13 To tll for I.n.oa .'-

t office of Richard A. ) Clerk NOTICE TO CREDITORSIN Monday.1"PUY 1 0 M ADS BatirdayTueidey 3 Mattress Raaavatla WANTED ..10. color. bale. WInO good

County Judge. at hla office t, THE COUNTY JUtlOI : Maoda5Wndesadat3 Party to equip and operat tee.taaraat h.IU not bln..
Court Home at Bartow, .. ___ 1:0 lon edisceol truck lerinI.nil er "utOI. aermonth
I COURT IN AND FOR FOLK MATTRMl NOVATWO 1 I and alter .bert br.H.IB .
up
"Ithln al.it calendar montha TO CRIDITORS COUNTY FLORIDA Sees Tneed.y A amall ... Plortda City
illr"h ,IS. UU, whlrh I. the JUOOia Ilf RB: : HMTATF tKRMODA Thunday 1 0 I dar...,..n. MO Ace Mll. C. WOMAN WITH above av.jle. . 24 h,. operation Terntlaal cu. pld. plus.. Write retirement. a.m.and
of the tint publication of AND FOR POLK t.. AMICK 13 0 lees WedaeedayFriday I Po. ability and good reference. ... auurtd with ..unl .. tnd.anon Boo.r.344Lak.land .
\ Jfr... .:arh claim or demand FLORIDA iwceaned 12 0 Noon ThundaySaturday M. :30-09. h.1 ached education paid. br com..." Good .. ass .
h.e. In wr!tlrg. mud t elite the > ' KTK1' Or 'I'll All Creditor and Peraona Hat 1100 name Thuriday 49 Wells "_ .r better, aeroMary. ..mallmount addiUonal clip tradu. Will leasebulldln.reassnahls LedgerLIVESTOCK

or realdrnre and pant offlre : : T AOAIISON. Inlf 1 lalma or Demands Agalnuilaid ee Sunday, 13.00 Noon Friday I p of traveling torn leadiuraubed rent,, CaUoIiics
I Flat.ida.
d. of tra n n* with mtr winter Oirden -
ea tit claimant .
I t. known an relate'ott : The Ledi.r will Bel re..penilble MONTOOMIRT Ward drlO Toro..1 *
awnrn ,In and taunt t le Cowdery Adam.on and each of you are here lor more .. well and laitall tour .aBr.nstea. advancement.,, 5541772.A
I af..reeald or .1.. aims will Ie<'e>t<*d by notified to file In dupll ate all Incorrect uuertuaTHI . . Ce ta ]. aioatha .per eald oDld.r part time hauls
void and Peraona Han-1 alma and demands whlih poohhaul mess MU S-S1M Wr te living, oul.. of .prevlouiperlenco iiBegs, Call Pets
501vala
HAZFt R. : LAKELAND LEDGER .t. MONEY MAKER
\ Demand Agilnit aralnat/ the eatate nf Rhndaml 0..lon.
I nertiirls .:. <-k. deceased In the offl tHlihard ..I.n.: L.o. EXCLUSIVEFRANCHSE 1jjjj.;; S POODLE aholno. Pre.fiulonal
J TOM WATSON ..1' of you ere here 01 A. Hronaon, Coootp'Judgs TEPHONE EMPLOYMENT .. suds.
Attorney. for. Kiecutris file In d i pi Irate .11/ at Ma office In the t'nurltlou. MU 6-1151 i I24J c'Oml.K.thleen Ro.d. oop.
I t., I, l.ak.l.nd. lortda dnnaflda whl, h you .. at Bartow. Horlrta. within pi. Home. "
tI.IOO th. ..1.'. of Cath ole calendar montha from April .. Mak from ItO 000 tO 111.000 enual 61.84' .2.
NOTICl OF ,n.nn. deceased In 1944. which. I* the date of the p. 52 help Wantad TIED DOWN Income and own your own CHIHUAHUAS AKC re.litered
TO MAKI A ," Richard A. Bronaon, Irat publication of thl* notice utlnew. Right BOW .. bare anif.llent Call .3a8. UI P.rka.relA
i FOR FINAL at hi. office In tre Each claim or demand mutt be inwriOlng location In blah ..u. een

I'' In Its: E.I.'. of at Barlow. Florida, munt alate the place of oC'D ANNOUNCEMENT TO THE HOUSE? l.lo. ae competition ere. for. BeUTEKEO CHIHUAHUAS. two
I LOUIS NOVAK nionlha from reeld eneaao d pout office address operated aelf-urrlce launrr end elder for ...1.. Stud

i 4. whIch la the date ot the claimant mount be aw..rn toand 9 4 lost and Fond COLORED PERSON M to oropl.te and Initallation dry cleinlni br factory nour .rvl.monl', em ill tbocolale male.
publlratlon of tfla muat b. filed aforeeald orelsa
TO A! ?. WHOM IT MAYCONCERN an MU "131.RWI.TEE
: : claim or demand eame will become v.,.Id, 45 years of age. Expert No problem! Lakeland Irllned colons' W. promote nice I BLACK Dachshund,

NaIl'; .... I. hereby given : writing: mo.t elate JOHN I.. KMUHTExecutor : = POOKD: TWO Beatle bound. in enced In office filing. grands inanclna apenin balance bans. aa S yeeri offer back can m. old 140 Fheae U

riave filed my flnul ." ? residence and poet John Cox Scbool area. c.1 u work and supermarket of values lap.t 'tnu. OMlilence Si. coaim.rcia 'I.'5O .11
EOl'' nor of the eitat* of of II'S el.lmant Welch Dooley ''U1. I typing, bkkeepig. 20 pound llaat load ,
J'n,*k. deeeaaed; that 1 have to and must be orneva fit LowLaheland cashier your fingertips . the that t.u th* .o. 9 Livestock
m l petition for final "" ... or .1.. name rlorldaNOTICE LOST: IN Ui.i. city parking loter prferre. dry b.ID. '
airl 1'.002 en itr.it would consider Classified section! Shop .110 .1.aID. ..1
that I will apply to the .rl. .ontlnln more money Act .1
chard A. Bronaon County : ADAMSON reti. .1 I. l.ard. u'have good personality for full detail' call Ralph HaeillMt PIOI. S wsoka 0.. I..1. Can
OF' APPLICATION 4-14.10. Pl
I of Poll County .Florida on on In lot ra or with there nowl luilnei lD. 83tmldenc. IU 2.0037.
: THO\. Attorney FOR TAX DEED dealing tenants. . . .
181h dam of April 1984. for Pi. 071. 131 MINI YEAR old aim geeile
I pro>al. of the name and for Senate S'Il No 165)) S Ptrtonol NaticatOY bonded Eight hour 0' wrIte COO Kola KI.... 4337 food .11 eulldrea Include* *ridie .
dleiharge aa xerutor of Entice la hereby given that ItJ CVt ton Florid Amauo Tamp Florida I ad die. 1300 CIJ.4.
j : : StPile, holder of Tax Certifi.c$15 day, five days a
J tale of Louie Novak, d : week
: _ _ _ _ _ _
TO CREDITORS .No, loO leaned the lat if Male
I 1 day Write P. 0 Box 1009 Help Wonted,
Ihla 1 Jllih day nf Mirch said (echo ...d.Pnln. Lk. $ lUm-O-Wir tnerotith.id .
JUDOIa I June A.D. 1911. has filed, earns In .B tuni AT STUD
,
t DIM OI-OHOE AND FOR ., Dial MO S-41M land. arandua 01
IN office/ and nae made Nlo".r.
ny an gppllralton
:ecutor of .. WANTED APPLICANTS for p0.1. 63 lamranca
r the
.
t' FLORIDA' .lm.1 culbenoa Hardware > unsr 1* handi
for I.
a tax deed to be Pro..
Louie Novak ... ilos of Atiuunt Bulldlnx been C1o .
;.nt bolsterS and <
v-sos : Or RITCHIFDeceaned 1 lied thereon laid certificate em CD TRADING .TAN ixchaaced erbouabl lor Apply Civil Sertlre Office. TOTAL PROTECTION for yeurantlly eeleaf Bench. CY luml.Winter
LEE a'214.
b tI-a describedproperly
races following
I .
AI.a. 11 gait Lime ELECTRONICS ClI 1.1.RUT and property vita lone Haven.
NOTICl TO In the of Polk THNICI.N. I
County .
I3M41mtrlaa .
IN ., . way mobll. I. I MAN for .. aces p,aa. one company and ane cberkRamy
THE COURT OF .* and Pernona I-Ia? Hate of .'Iorldo. to .. lt : H..I. & .
A Smith 41]
COUNTY JUDGE Demand. Agatn.t flinch 1.015' sue Musk b lloenied .., oPr'n"I" .ul. luatomeriMarriad Aieney 92 Wont1 Llvntotk 'et..aIT' .
I K. Lot S3 J. T llorneya 'L C..1 ahse I Soutb Plerlaa AI.DUO. ,
Reply te Box M171. and Po.2UI. .
OF FOLK COUNTY, .
: lat Add.. Section 30 CHII' eu-soil. Dr. a34. .
In Be bet.tr nf .. of you. *r* her*. Town.hlp tl Mouth, Hang. 24 bedapesad., .1. senses. L.Ul. Ledi.r hone. ISO .rn.. euaran .- A few dairy teUI. any
I MINNIE ZOLAH '::> file In plicate all EasL: curia,e ., nrleil KITCHEN HELP vented. Appl II teed I* mrt. Com.t..I. bl.h.r88He45. . car top es.h erleePoweri .

I ... demands whlrh you The .....mont of cull l property rodi and Initallatlen. .01 Pod ChimneyHiihwey .B. Dairy TD S- tlS.MERCHANDISE.
I TA All Creditor and Peraona tO e.tate of Lie tinder aald cert If Ire te mooed we.n drl. of iampl.1 to cheese M le.t WI HAVE tmm.dl.1.. ..for
\ Ine; Claltna or Demands d ocean'd, In the of- the name of Mln.lon Height t.. <8) ..blIOn. .. ..1 be.
Bald thtateuu Conn CHHI8TIAN n O .1 I O hem.eao weea th II 45 DIVIDENDS! *
: A. Bmnaon Inc.[ Unlee. the acid certificate Special 53 Heist Wanted, Female
\ and each of you. era hIs sHIes In the shall be redeemed acrnrdli to attentloo tl'.a 1 aba an. inUrmted IB makint up
hnotified' to file all claim at Bartow Florida he n. 0 .oca .tl.1 U 110000 a year plui top trln
law the property deairlbed there .
j demanda which have montha from 1.1a3 W A wramn. II 1 with Polk County PAID Bicycles Motorcycles
\ you In will be aold to the hlgheet bid -I J' Dnoll. 9
the eitat. of Minnie: Znlah which la the date Her at the Courthouae door on AUTO IN8URANCI Bid an ... W. M.o'io I..a' C".I.r.P.ou.b dealer A.
dnceaied In the office nf publlratlon of this he fleet Monday In the month of dent a. I e.uraoct I I tht LDIL EARN a men lisa ..1 ly C C. . TRIUMPH AND Tarn aba aalae

A trnn: on. County Judge, claim or demand May, 1914, wElch" ,. the 4th dal>' :z- "onU. 1 nap Call U 48noDYS .0. enjoy pleaiant *i iing .1 Not Florida Annul QUARTERLY and ".Cll eutrUai
office In the Court Hence at writing. must state of M Ia". 144Dated < 3031 North eondlUoBi at the lame lm: TERMITE AND Put eonU-ol MleiCOUNTIR .. .o.1 lp.rU .ol I..
to.. Florida, within alx ... resIdence and pont 'ABRC. a Puller Bruin deal.r .,. helpful tak.land Ce,
of .
this t:;jlh day March Florida f builaeia.u.rni Bu.o
0 n,on the from Uanh 81. 1984 of the claimant '1i44.iPEAL. 30o. Suttoni. ete part .... Per turth.r uvformatlea T.mlnla." hlrl.n.21 N'. AuhuendsieSlishasC. 4. per annum current rale, w... ..orlll. SU-.2U.

le the date of the flret to and must be ) I>. H PI/UV> JR. \ tO .a IU- II S runt No ..la account D.d.d.
of Ihla. notice Each: claim / ...lei. or alas aame Clerk of the glsu.dl. Ne loni.term 97 Articles Fer Sale-Milt.
3 A LIZ 6 ftaioInc. dXN WANTED. 'lulr..1
CD.mi PItt 01510 phote .
.
nOted
moat b. In void
wrilng: Circuit Court of
cItieS # today
late the place of realden L R. STONE Polk County, Florida .R..on.bl.. 121 L.k Bul.hDr" 8 ID'lt AUTO OLeOS and repi rperte .
not addre.a of the .rlltrI1l 11-4 MAN ....td. Opportunlty Sanlssa Insured Init.lled Per eatlmaieClltf
.
ant muBt b* aworn to and ON FOR SAI.I four ipaceam lot.. Pens. SECRETARY lor I dnslee . Apply bn aseoon of U.t. 10.0. call Ward. )13 Maia
he. filed .. .aforesaid or .1.! Executrlf NOTICE OF APPLICATIONFOR aectlon, L..laA U.morlalnud. In PU.OB at 71. Baal Memorial MU 101'1
will rierome v"Id. TAX DEED .. MU '. I Sled Ace II.3S. a-l.

A -:TTY HAT . : Nnll'j--Senate t ...Bill..h.i".nuih.t No 168> H I HIRLIYS FLOWER and Hobby Permanmt 1.II.n. IIhorth.nd cTULI. l'POSTS 3" eonpletelywelded areatly
LENA LUCINDA said too
Eiecutora CIRCUIT COURT B. Hippie. holder of Tax Certlfl .ho. 3340 South Florida Com- strut, r.lr. PAINTER FIRST FEDERAL 48' crosser with S
be. beta.51101NT45
CIRCUIf line of mllluury books, la SO end
I' ttliN ,ate No 10 booed the lat day of .P.U. '1110 pair
INDUSTRIAL
FLORIDA I Jilne A D Hi.l I.e filed nanie In ftsson. maUrlali PROMOTIONSSine. Home delivery 50.. US'IIO
$ THI CIRCUIT COURT my office and hAl made an ap 1a BlIss tail SAVINGSAND <. Watford MaaufaeturlnaAUCTION
THI TINTH JUDICIAL F: BMITH pllt'.lIon for a tax deed to be BUILDING TRADES Must be fully experienced -
OF FLORItA IN AND Plaintiff I..tied thereon Raid certificatemhracea of
in painting types surface -
I BEING tiho for
POLK al SL
IN CHANCIRVMORTOAGi COUNTY... !: : SMITH.Iintendant 1 I property In the the followIng County: described of Polk .ul.I.D.APPICATION. a...hnauiifui. opportunity modern ,, and outside. LOAN ASSN. Every Saturday 73 p.m

$ dials of )'Inrlda, to.wit: 14 Building, CorpinttrlnfIOOP1NO satan.ok, Contact I. Personnel Extensive climbing required BAXLA'S
Flour: nDIRAL: FlA\'ISUII I OF SUIT Fllock I. Ixt i Went I* Ft of urnS. Moolsoserp ., .Dort.
ANtI LOAN AHSOCIATION OF FLORIDA TO: *:4 of North II li Kt, Patter lsnd.PciamOe. &k. This ta permanent OF LAKELAND AUCTION GALLERIE
WINDOWS
LAKLLAND, a Corporation \ CLARFNCV: SMITH ann Cox Roth. Section IITownnhlp idlni. .. r.pair..lumllul. work aa he will be responible Toroi.rly Th. Anctloa .ouee"
. that OPEN (or
Plaintiff. ) notified a 21 South 1'1.".. SI : pr.b. .ortl. I
-". ...... hen been filed }a.t. looi. te pay BSCoatrwllni m.n.ier wltb ..rle.'! for year 'round painting O.Dl1: Demons at TenneuOrot We Buy or Bell for .
Company. hId modern .. .r. 4261 Bwy W.
CHART.FR L. HUMES and In Cl'eahevesntltied lo..rl
The aaneanment of said propertyund Phon. MU *.1211. A. ninnsi Dec.rtrr.enl, MontgomeryBUSINESS of large, modern local Park Cryital lak Drlat I
: Pbon. MO
L<
KtTTA rAHLrNI': : :) I Ialha I : that you are h.r.byI "r .aid certificate l..ued wan man -2011 P &. .I. Waeda. Lake/and/ Meadowbrook 13
FAHI,r Mh HDMPHa I > norearopyntynur U I.u.Apll plant Must hart full
In the n.m. of Mettle Mae MlllaI knowl. I DBU TV S Iom .31 Game.Sowed.
UP -
/k/a LciRKTTA 111 Ml-t. 1 written defeneea
I nleia the said rertlfl'ate ahall heredeemed edge of mixing, brh am we floanc.. Worklaftradein
1MRRY M NFFR WKlf P. Harm plaintiff. according to .law, the
..
R ,, ::v.LMA rl: .Dl.IlAVNAWUSS .. addrean la P. 0 property deacrlbed therein will h. Industrial spray equipment 15 MorlgagosICT at oec.pud MU *- Am..1. .

DFZURfc, f : FlorIda. on or mold to the hla-hcKt bidder at the SERVICE Including its maintenance. ,TV"nlo.4 N. WUuo.HAVE _
101:1)11: fltRFAU OK Court'v: day of April, A I>.. Courthouse door on the tlret Monday reftnene. PDA
BUID. .I.
WINTER HAVFN or Immedl.t.IY'1 In the month of Boy 196f. PAY end Pint II aalloa opea lop dnuni
$185APPLY Wort
DrfendnntaNOTICE J I file with whlih I. the 4th day of May. 11(4 nil Corp of . sue .P.r.id. for iile, si.oo a puce. MU illll .

OF SUIT IN etyled Court th.1 Paled this 16th day of March, DIRECTORY AT... U 53131.LOCAL .
MORTOAOC "'O aald answer_ or IqU
TOrLMA; M: .DER and .... II any Florida State SEASONED let BlortIIH AUCTIONFriday
SEAL) P H. sLOAN, JR. iiooo to as 000 per laormatloq .
ANVAWE1SS DE/IBE: to do ao. decree
Realdenreatel be entered ...In.1 pro CircuIt lerk ot Court the of FOR YOU TO USE AS A QUICK REFERENCE Emflso neltie pnon. *H-'11'. Nites Only

.. Alabama . demanded In the Polk County, Florida E. HOME IMPROVEMENT loam 1
WHEN YOU
ITI
YOU Velma Elde: and IT.M* NED Lakeland repair. repaint er' add on. 730 P.M
melee Peiuhe and your my hand and official 'Debt Con.ld.Uo. Prompt son,. W. buy 0.
pp naacp. and all unknown ". at Bartow. Polk NOTICE TO CREDITORSIN : Painting I 110. L.k.lald Mort.. Care" ..
clalmlnc Interee-te by, ..,, *, thla Hat day of THE COUNTY JUDGES eouu T..._ AmM2 JIMMY WALKER'S.AUCION
agalnat you. and alt unknown 1981. COURT IN AND FOR FOR "P.I... refrliratori A1NTINO WASHING nor tIBblni '(173. .
tIes' havIng or claiming to ( n H SLOAN JRClerk FOLK COUNTY, FLORIDA waihlni and I..trl..r. ... work CENT
any rIght till or Ihl.r..t Circuit Court 1-1- HIFSTATW: OF ppllineM ..1 Thrifty City. P.. .'I""e.. ,.un.bl. Incas. NEAT APPEARINGYOUNG .

"ro".rt hereinafter ... ROBERT 1-1. HOPKINSDeceane Berelc D..rl.11 ..SIM. ll. . TurmaB MAN FOR SHOE 1* HORTICULTURE NEVER USED Suburban ...lectrlorim.

hereby notified that a = .
.
TO CREDITORS and Air condl.tloner.

to the.foreclose fnllowlnr a certain described ... COUNTY AND FOR JUDQIS POLK T.log All Claim Creditors or Demand and Peraona Aialnn Hav. Auto R.pelr- Service Picture FramesICTURBPRAMS8 SALES. EXPERIENCENOT 71 Ftrtllliar feed, Sell BTU ..S1SO 4 0.Doubl 12.. bowl 1100. 1.0.

to wit: aid batata: OENERAL TRI S.nl.- Front NECESSARY APPLY 17 .
The Raat 101 feet of the $ FLORIDA You and each of you, ar. here. sod ."lmont. truck sod oar Beautiful GROUND PEAT muck. Peal and ...h..1. I Ho.. 31-31" SIS
II'> feet of Tract #1 of .: OF b\ notified to file In ellIl.II,'." eli )wheel bl.nclOI N.w and sand framei and mouldini ColeMan and PERSONNEL OFFICE. sell' BtlMi. Located 3200 L Mils .10.DI8HIBOI.
nePlit of Hi no Place QOODTflPeremed alma and demanda whl"''h you tirea. \.. 1 2-.17. toady mad. Oalae. Art Btiop pat O'mil. MO 383 .11 1"_. ta

take Alfred, r'Iorlda. a* and Peraona Hav have agaInst the eatate of HolerIlopklna PRIBI PREEI Prrel, O.ow.IOerrlc. 207 Orleans BUMt. MU S320 ,CLEAN PHO8PBATB .and for .ba.. ..t..r.
by Map or Plat thereof 14. dmeaaed In the of Center I71S North. PlorldiAeenu. MAAS BROS. lawn. Alto sand end dirt for fill frames, .plll. end eto -
corded In the Office of or Demands AgHlnet fire of KlLhard A. llroonnon. Co inty for that ..umm.rit.. Plumbing Supplies I I D.".MO S-307S Dllr. at 2JO C..I. o.W..I
Clerk or the Circuit Court : Judge, at hip off!,* In the Uoa lal.ty Inipection on th.of AtenBEAUTIPUL
and for Polk ,, file In dupllrat ell I.ml er S MOl Ria Do-It TouresifPiumblon > Baiel P.at 401Lakeland Drlol
In Plat block It. I'age I. within alx calendar month from lulpme Our .h..I. Eleeultil Suppllii at last II IS per yard. .
naa been filed agalnat ) demanda th. eetat which of Heddon you March SO 1984. which I. the dale' gas ' .. an inform atlaa and deulnrp. MAN UNDER 41 for ell whit .- BUI B._ n .555.5704.n__ __ COUOB pri. at II and niny

you are required to aerv* a ..4, In th* office" of of the flret publication tf Ihl lemolive resale.. C.1 .1.J2J. tool.r en lal. tut and threaded dibit Guaranteed ..rU" ..I. ,l.,. prlcet. w. I.to.
72 Plants
of your Anawer or Pleading County Judge, notice. Each: claim or denmnunt Atuntioa lidl.i. I. 24 P..nlo. 4M-I41I 1410 moBthlr . Flewin, 5"11. drOol srseomrue.u I ta
omnlnlnt on Plaintiff* .\ be In writing, m ant Hat Ores. stampi. I 004-SEN. program Apply Memo.rial your .lie I and edged Present HookInclude.
J. Triv: WATSoN and In the Court Houee It place of reel"lence and ion &k'l.nd. BInd 13f 30 Sat and noon CLOSING ODT Alter and map. Candy 1"1. NyleaTwMd.

1MHN P. o Ron 3$. Florida. within all fflce. addreaa of the cl..lmant.mll.t Ante Seat I ILIIO' or phone MU w.n 11741 for appoint draaoa ol.nt. II00 per 100. and 101 II,-Uo.
FinrIdo, and file the the date from nf March the firm 29, b. awoin ta and muat I lot rr CeVr PrintingPOR m'n'. while U. 1311_ East Lemon Cooed Bundari. O. C. HamiltonPibrlci

peer or Pleading In tie < f Each filed aa aforeeald or aloe mm AUTO seat Conan. LIOUITRUM. VIBURNUM hlbllJaemlne Dade City Hwy. II. 11
of ibis notice C' MASTERBARBER wanted, bill
the Clerk of tho Circuit become void.I.Ol'ljitJlJ Intm-lorS. ALL your printIng sands 1 mOos North of Internet. 4.
will cia. Carlaia. boa
.
most be In writ. "Imocl. 1'1 Now Tampa H Ihway, weal Lak. 10.
or before the flat day of . the p1aoseotrnaI- KZFLL HOPkINKxecutrlx : tail P" MU a.7110. rail MU 1-4W4 Commercial Pre.1 and Miller Barber Shop. wood. rain .. ,. mapleiireeeiora HOSPITAL DID Amssaaprlg"
AD. 11(4 If pall fall to poet office ...01,.... of : I 10 Uttcrb.ada, UtbotrapblntRadlater cbs. rnlmoia Oaks, 7S.Botu. .. r..r. To ede arocery era/ .
p Peci.e Pro Confe. o .. J. TOM WATHOV> AttorneyIeheland ConcreteLICTN510 ... briHh pyracentha II tea truck .
t moot b. sworn to .o .
.
taken a.aln.t pool for th. flied afnrenald or Florida $16 Salesmen Nurury. 4931 Souta Plor stilt. Mark Tradins B5
ae
l
demanded In ta. ComnlalntThla :50'5
IT.IU Now Tampa Pbon. MU
- -- becorna votd oaotraesir Service .1.1..
:Not'rs. .hall be p" ROBS UOODB -- CASE #41213.SO.(44 : Dl..w.CNCfT. llor. .14..1...' PER BRUSH B>.. aferat. 2-33.
., '
carat h. week for four lt.pi curbi, a week 73 Feeds Fruits
,, ,, arcsDi
COURT oOr
the weeka IN THE CIRCUIT 0. .r. ANT / snout.. th. ,
In th. Lakeland .
brldi.i. K. H. Mo ao441lLakeland TPE rdiat Paul c.n ear V.gYile.
..."'.,..p.rIOS MA8RET! POLK COUNTY. FLORIDA rieantnp .. .b.ndln.P.dd hat lOl stun.. .' I
F: AND ORDERFD Law IN CHANCERY a Radiator .. MU P m.h M. M.* tf ,C.I 8'-414 PEUIT FOR SItS nag er buibAlie .
Avenue DORIS ANN 8IIIPTON, ) ', 1 u.l. SI. Wooley Prill
Jaw. Florida thla' lath P.I for d.alerihlpIALESMAN .hIPp.
March A. l>.. l.44. Plaintiff, Draperies Stand 361 Potda..
ftP. H. SWAN. -\ I Ifa RADIATR. BLOCKS ..n.d WANT for bosodoll.sre. 1011 REACH IHtlRGST
JOHN ARDKT SHIPTOV. CUSTOM MADE drape. ellpc. c.I..n. method. Re. sac
Circuit COURT OF 11-1 e..I.lol
Clerk ,Hefend.nt ) .. and uphoUUrlni. Tour lab- palri all tip*.. Oen.leri. 2303 plus company 76
1'-10' JUDICIAL CIRCUIT h.pl.l. LesdacoploigHARDY
NOTICE OF SUIT tie or aura P,. ,. tajour South Po.'o' m-4 Q7 Isaliss, ocean If. 1.ld.
OF FLORID'
IN TOOt CIRCUIT T1Btate of Florida Cal I borne lace Ir.. 2321 IOnsTanona h..lt. Anplp .. 5 .
THE TENTH OR POLK COUNTY abwey' .IIUFauces Wire .d. SOD CO.
JUDICIAL CI Radle t
NO. l2SI2l2i1l I John Ardel Rhlpton, T Repairxpgor &l .
OF .FLORIDA IN AND .
RAMVOH BANK Route 1. Eon 11145.Mi000awa flealtbi Lawn OrauM

POLK COUNTY. a New I ,. WaahlnctonYou : Z RADIO and TV .'"IC'. 51 Werk WaatedniACTOR FREE ESTIMATES [
IN CHANCSRV .
: Corporation, are hereby notified tha.ault a Has fr>. molitura prooflni. altar
MORTGAGE MUTUAL PENCE company IB*
for divorce and other roll.r manes I U repaired la sun WORE wanted Mow III Ollmor. MO .
Plaintiff I ,
EAST RIVER SAVINGS : In to Low.it price. B* dews paya .e.t..u".L mo. I .P
baa been filed aialnat you pea .hop at a fair prtt.. B.I. Inn sad dleolai New equipment '
a COtPOt&tiOflplatntlft TEA T1'II.: above entitled ...n... and that you We wont be under-. your ae< la and ...lot er .. Quick ..". CiU for fro eitl
t : ': JAYNB! TBATr, ira hereby required to eervopy a lb .llld Indiutry... U S Howard Radio and TV. MU mater P..... O-OOli 7 Ntr..rl.
.
-v_ ChCIL MONROE of your answer or other tIc.f Po.1m. 3 1170. 412 Lonif.llov. look toJoey. ready-made prospect Hit
NAI.O A. DI'WnT.r : en.ee upon I.. n Oxford. "'aln.tift. '. Monet BhapReweavlng. ITUDENT MALE, ..1'. par
rAKINACH .
wife. BETTY A. DPWOLV B. attorney. P. O Box III. Fr.llr time book..pini _"ID. Call for your opportunity -
his wife, 533.1001. Birtew b.lne.
PefeNOTICE I..k.lond. Honda. on or b.fnr.Ih. 230 DAY'S NURSERY
.
Defendant BRIDES Beat arIses Sod S 30 week.ty..
OF SUIT IN SUIT 17th day of April A. D lots fUrltu" KATHLEEN placing a fiatBcttoa .
MORTGAGE OF and before or Immediately trierfter .. M.ibiri "r..nur. Phone 1. JUNIOR WEIT. all lawn ier*. b

TO: UONAI A. I>iWnr., (\': OF ROBERT FLORIDA TEA. to file with' the clerk of the S131 ron hole..BXPERT...... nweevin. I Biota Ice and . *. loa. waihmiad Corner C.t.O.Pine Stri.Ll.uitrumi .. el.tle ad. Dial
wlf., BKTTT .R. :\\ ; : shins .tyled Court the original or .1..1.... "u..l palnun.' Po. -ua*, !
JAYNE P. call .
BETTIII
reildence: nknown mid anewer or written defeimeti. Income Tax . K.lu. R. Sro.I. Ir B* iniwer. 1-3700 '24 ." t I1- 4JO patdial'S MU 4-1151 Sow ro rlut.LIQUIATION
YOU, DONAI A. ': wife notified: that I If any If you fall to do ao decreepro IS83 retcent Drlt.. Lakeland. 110'14. lallon I" to 10UtO "-:

and wife. BtTfT B. Dt: rer.br.. filed anelnet "a" confee.o will be entered INCOME TAX ALEX WIAKP LL. Sisal shoe- per doi.a silIca can. 10o "
and your unkhown .. THE DDIK y ala/tint/ you for ths relle elen.nd. Reefing shah .Dd foe lawsa. gill 12"-14 M per down lalloaa
all unknown partIes you, by .01 In tha Com"I.lnt. $5 and 14.141.COLOPID. .U V. bubyVlburaan .
Oh WILIIAM up
tereata by. through in- York Banking Wit neeen oy hand and olth".1 AU TYPES rooting rep. red Sr : ." U S"-. S per do.
New BanU .
you and all unknown : PlaIntiff In the abo neal 01 orn'a at n.rtow. 'olk H&R Block Co. r.I.0. R.p.lr. tuarantMd. B lob ar WOMAI., week baktni tab 'D alien can S l4'-5t 10
ItiK" or CMiniiiiv 10 have any and tret .r. i'oolflIy, rlnrlda. this 19th day of 0.. Roofing Company. 41.MU r'ua psi doses lallon can. V.ry bushyl..sqaat
title or Interest In the ; you March A D. 10(4 eTeeid.y. S 1 I .. .11.Swlmm. .I.U. Tree; a' 1'-11. IIW "
An.
hereinafter deeirlbed.'Iamtis'nt:: are : :ilr.d. Clerk to file of thla your Court. itD. H SLOAN. JR '.t .. I I CLORED OR wantln te "o'k -76. CASH & CARRY
n-it I fled that a ( t Clerk Circuit Court West Walnut ..1' at H oo per PoUts: On. year old.
clone a certain Mnruage. a or copy Plaintiff thereof' a Attn spin iSliL. ; \L) 10 5 .. Pools plu. .. C.I U.-. 1.P.d.r II. Bed IB eolorBridilwreilhi Qa.' LUMBER CO
deacrlbed '
fallowing L H7 Phone 6881958
name and SOften ..: HOMIRIPAIR. raollB. .U : Double BmhyBloemiBi SAWMILL ITEMS
wll: WeRLY: Attorney II NOTICE TO CREDITORS f CLIAJISO, repelredTelevlslent C.rrL .bil.. formic -IInt '

Huudlvlalnn Let 17 "or. Klamlntn Auliurndale [ Central' Avenue. .It IN THE COURT OF THE lama RepairsREPLACEMENT .. s d.. .hlll.IsiS,u..I...or' .1.3. I.snIlmixeLIGHT Treti: Two year oil. SIS ONC MODEL CD. 14 DIUn

Ida. ahown by Man or Florida, not later than COUNTY JUDGEOF .MU .'a CARP02OTIRIIOO a adnilotine .ach. POWER UNIT, suit 1'1.'
thereof an recorded In the 8f. POLK COUNTY, FLORIDAIn LAMPS shades, 81.PR Work .. J or boat. sod Plaki grins Irrigation Had a 11200 r.
of the Clerk of the to do ea, Decree Pro Ret, I-mate 01ERNtIIT D Lawn .rl and repair Imperial .P. Leap nods, ..1 C. MV SUO M.I..dop.I"1. bulldln. Mb. Will wU for SOONC .
Court In and for Poll '111 be entered again ARNOLD> Studio Sonia orleei AT*. ..D.loou. .r WODI PLANER .11 ihae.i .

Florid, In lint Book 17, relief- demanded In T. All Creditor and Pereene Deweaa lI.v. eoe 0t 3'tawnmowl CLRK 10. M 1-.02 WOMAI .. .or. I OPEN SUNDAY 1PM. Inn..i blower ihaftlni. belt. w.ri.erd.r .nd.
.
n. but of Mid ault being for Ing Claims I or Demands Alain bpalrLWIMOWER I .IPIICI MOThER "ouldUI will Include a cut off MW UOO
Including apeclflially PRICEB GOOD ALL THIS WEEK
children,
tD
of mortgage .eordrel Held hatateYou .
by way Item of limitation nf equipmentHilly the, | Rieiorda Hook 11411. and each of you are here. REPAIR1NO .. nOR TELEVISION roue". oa ell 0" Call Mt 1-4331 OWE oe EIO.1. _ROOM 1001. ..
lowing fiat eall .
Recorda of Polk by notified to file all claim and ".k. nl.t. 1,1. CABS CALL
Wall Heater, .n.r"D.d. Buy and tout City "I fe .hUdr. .h" baa battiroom end water' h.aterReefed .
Muriel *56 c. W. ..rld.. covering. lemandn which you have again.. Bc neil Bl.w.r.. .. Loalef Mi 11. : "0'' 0. Id .. MUI-62U el lifetime 0550.155.
- has been.- -filed-aaaln.t ) B. BFIIAIRB the eatate of Frneat Arnold doeaned MU 4-3340. UpheltterlngBAOOETT floss. U 17. Poe only 005. thla beat a
I to plat throe In the office of RI..h.reIA. Shill b.uee
:r"rO':. Anewer required/p.r.. .*. : "" In Plat Hook II. Bronaon, County Judge. at lie TWENTY SQUARES ct
FINANCIAL
PlaIntiff 10 Public' Record office In th. Court Houae at Bar UPHOLBTERINO 71 Tree Sur..r ABU lap .._ ...
...
Complaint on .
ld.
Blip drap.1bl. to
.
Florida to tow. lnrlde within alt ealendmontha .rn r
County. : l. n. roof. teal.AlGOl .
J. TOM WATSOV and "b the following do II ll<4 which _* .. ..I... pick no TRn bud'dIsC lott. .110.
O Ron ai 'ol\htl\ : . 62 leilnen TKIMM. "rl PT
P OppertvnltleiBeaiter STSBL
HAHN of la the date t publicationof {I sad edteery .4. 560 .IAP.
See "Business
Items proper the Opportunities'
.d r.d
.1 a-1
>lorlda, and file the located la and per thla notice. Each claim or d.. 80U..o.1. INO Ooed I. poiie,
ewe or Pleading; In tIe caOICB sad Iboomipeanertise ..., ete per It.mchei .
Installed ai a part meal Inset h. In writing. mont b.III.d In today'spaper .0.11 .
the Clerk of the Circuit ... . ., on .tel In duplicate. muat stale tpla 0 ad llln.t Mo 1.4'. LMLL. INSTRUCIONII. OMI nul SIlO TAILS I
day of .
or before the lint ., oftiddreee V..eta. Shed r. loni Price '
If fall to : e of reel dene and poet for the best buys MU lS .r'a t 2.
A. r) 1044. 700 .
Hot Wat.r Heite of the claimant must be "10. Schools ONE SUP SCRAPER for 525.OIl .
a Decree Pro Confe.eo sworn to and moat b* filed aa \BTCAL AMD IOf.t.l..llnl.. I COIN BIO BHOP STORAOB
taken acalnet you for Rene" L.undl.. .b.r.I Cl.
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Bartow
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00l5 tlve weeka In the Lekol.nel .. this lInk: day 01 BANK AT LAKfcUANDHv IF YOU WISH TO BE LISTED IN THIS AND ".rUI ..U CoB>pl CoU.. I. .''r coad 0 CAIII"
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17 ArtlclM! For Sale-Mite. lit AetomoBlles For Sate MB MM, nrnirrupTNOUOLC. MAO,HI'S PULUM* OFF AN REAl ESTATE REAL ESTATE

IMP CORVAm Mono I OUJPBJATI HAD MOOT) UP TOON WHY THfif CUVV r BB GUV ITJ flTnacKoricuBAWHEM

SED FURNITURE and heater, automatic eonvcrtlbcadlo trineminim !.. Hta MINO THAMeOMgTHlM! HPH* BSTOH HIS CHIPS 1S3 Homes For Solo? 133 Mount For Silt?

whit* ildewall Ural 1C.. DISACTHMNABBUCKS DK3QIN* UPCOMS ALL BLCV>J UPME

Ippllancee, uphol.terln'.1uY. OOP mllM. MO' .-.1.3. OLD BOAT) RKJHT IIOHLAND C O.ne. tw.

>e". trade. H i M 0145 OWNER BaleS Spuolal. 1M3 AHDHHBAMDOfOCOCOftO SOUTHS IDE bedroom I.. OliN
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karjaln House. Highway 98 so CIII. slt.q S 00

Lorth at Cilb onla. MU 2- 1114750.luSt FORD. > BCIEMTISTS: Big corner grounds with Park ITR Coar. Niar ( i
.bld..n.
convertible. Pujjj. OH A PEACEFUL
Il04.ioVINO ... fruit shade wdroomi. 1' b. downnalanr .
Isles clean. New top Private MtINIOH, .hb. Spacious a
owner. SM-3VII 115 p.r month ImmodiaMPhnm
alter 130,
1 MA9StGIDWrt1lCX11' eight rm two 1.1. _-
IDA* TR-S aporia .... A-l condltlon 011.HOSPITAL
","iTHHaAR1NQ a4. WI. ....: fir* cosine red Cnaine. baths oak ffn. formal,

.11 i.8.t I-NO 1..121. tranimimo. real lid and paint. TRial dining rm. quality 1 AREA

--MUST lell, II 000 BTU Practically new M4S caah, II- Southgate school area. An
r conditioner. SM sIt, Mod ISSuing aaa b. ."...... imloos
,l" 3 WMkl U1-3ROI exceptional value at SI6.o.j S.5

'U RAMBLER els cylinder weT CLARK REALTY. Norh 51 COil TO AND
9 Boots Motors Supplies .j. Ilka low DN.
new milaaie Take ... Massachusetts Mplial In um 1
older < .
In
car trade. .1-4J30 hoot.
with lou of kltchm work
test. sLoe take i ulty la 1. ..' III' CHEVROLET. ta dot. ... h.a wonderful nrMnedoatlo.
hintS cabin oruleer with TOMercury hardtop tin*. On Oak -- a doublt larai* with bslIibo.ldtu
Avenue.
P motor SH-IKI. Eathleen MTJI-OOTO. RENTALS RENTALS RENTALS REAL ESTATE REAL ESTATE ...rl AmUMB 4SRO1099 .

ate CRUISER. 16' Kaufman IONS POIU 4 loot bsndboT. 'a- HOME and LOTS matIsss. .lr Iowa .'m..

i HP Johneoa electric, ton lid dio and heater automatic Ir..... 129 Furnished Apartments 130 Furnished Houses 139 Unfvrnlshod
Houses 144 Lots Salt? 153 Houses For Sal.
rtiiflu. .Oalor trailer, '11' 711fr mIOlI... Oood ur... will lIer. Acroogo, LA ROB OLDER POUR BEDROOM ,

r on lift for 1315 C.ll ttn |..3.8. POUR ROOMS and bath. WoII."" NSW AND modern lurnlihed. TWO BATH HOME AT MAKE OFFERon
tile luralahod S
OWNER
KW 1BEROLA8 ?l.hIn* bo.U.jrrar 111II. CHIVROLIT P..k..... '...... wall carpetin, Early: American bath electric kitchen Bummeretee AL bodr.Plln' Rudy .&. n. sires. oltrua.lop tualliland. Mod" down THREB monthlr BEDROOM, CB. I3t0 23O1 NEVADA RD. OVERLOOK-l.
,4 trilleri. Prlca to MU.North . ..... furniture Mi 31 .m.n. Itl 40 Irma LAKE ROLUNO8WORTHTHE wonderlul commercial
II. Oni o.n.t. 1..II.al adult ion South SueITTHACTIV1LT Adullo DO Beta. 1420 117 lit .. *- era tI bedroom Iwueo lara ton Brevard on too
roe, norm and M neAB1M > audition. "11. .IIt-oIIl.. ".... T......_. 4101UNPURNUIHfD. .orte .1.0 stressed poroh, ..nln... P08MBILITIU POR THIS' 138 a 140 on L.k.lo' Hi. BlvdIt .
.1 BI.d. .lltO DWII. 17147 mentnlr lo. PROPERTY ARE UNLIMITEDTHE kai tote ol potential
.941 COMET Waion tood DOa. PVRMUHIO one CUTE AND con CB eotlaie, lan. bedroom barn ilentr shad tress CB So ldtweed P..k ThIS SHADED LOT IS C111now
stiller with 71 lIPbneos union .ir conditioned said Urn. had two bedroom opartmenla. 401 nod and shade tr_. lit Queen carport OUPU blnu _I.. 511.000turnie_ eao-eo. Fenced .sad built 555 453-4450. OB POR
electromallo.. Call BA radio and hour Mail Mil. A South Plorida Phono MO Mill ....." Call MO I-4I3I for appointment oulhiau. 0215 Carolina THIRTY serve portly cleared RCAaOiiANLI"dWNj 10dt P.C"'L AP I ARD GILLETTE
3123. Mulberry.Fornltvre real beraeln it I10 o. Ho FURNISHED it-WTI or : Low 1011.BUILING ,
trade OR Semi furnlahed : drp land, iviiablo lor ol...
... Call Oilfill11X11 on beautllul Lako .._... 113 TWO 010)600515 elerlnie' kU.b110' .. bedroom du. iron, M DIl.north al LakelFlorida .. two down payment.bathl.Threo ...rooDl. RAL TOLI

03 & Appliances AMERICAN. convertible Lake Mortos *- ... POseS Ml .... "' 511111. room washe.. .e., clectrlo 'l"b'l. lai40 .. Hlihwar Nun'T room fl.hem port.larte brick On LOTS 110 W. Walnut al .. Plorida

1171 Coo n1 Mis Hempctead 3-38ol lou month. 724 .1..ln Bsuirsed.MU .U.IDI. o 33. Onto '5.0 each. U L.McKar. pnu .Id Phone MO PHONE MU 2-4179
CUUM CLEANERS rebuilt. re.idittoned Drl... Guarantee still la COTTAOB AND Iron anartmeaT: 52540.CHEERFUL. CLEAN Bill Are, Lako "U 0.5155.SAROAIN., a..13. o TWO TAKE HOL-
TWO
MW, ..I1I'.. p.ru. Alter I praIt .fl.U'1 lean and well lurnlihed year iiS room- and Isroe climb bldro.. dupleiRouthelde 53. iso5 Florida Phone 08JJH24ONE TWO OTHERS -- .-
AVTRACTIVE RD.
.1. two PACING NEVADA TOP
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L eMflild Bleetrlo 1131 Cleveland AND 17 clean BclAlra round couple, no p 'a-children. bath But at door Permanent ACRC Alamo Drive with bedroom CB larto .
Chevro ,
Blvd MO aM 7PRIOERATORS. Ideal ton retired toar.... 0..1. .3 P.I..lt.AIR unfinished Florida '0. LOCATION AND PRICID H1OHT NEAR LAKE GIBSON
cola let!. both lour door low nil. 111 B aturo perioa or couple preferred hOI. Well. SushI. itllltr. SwimS windowi, tile bath,

W asnO Ratari I, ''.... overytlilni orioinal' "'.111I1 Lemon. 613-1411, Crevaau Btreet. Call MU 0-IJ2J rooms CONDITONII. Ten threi. b.' tank W., It. WUllame, Realtor, IneulaUd, blroh r'blrla. last C I BR ca.dinette carport

[ air eondltlnnere. etc. All 'POR CALl: 11400 Psloun. Good 'RIV"1'I ENTRANCE ecreenedporch EXEdrriVB: TYPE: Three b... MUll,l. S-13. lehool lloree sad rbarb.., Paved Id.1 retirementa

.. repaired. Prompt report rend"'OD. 0..... '1et!. Phone CY Skins room bedroom room. IV, balhi 0...... itoreao, .tr.. ., no alit I... Wonder 1.0doll.RUl ., Onl 10,0.Lot adjolnln
.Ite. Boo ci for toad lied anfenceo 4-3134. Winter Hiv.... kitchen bath Convenient "'alb..Id. fenced back ,..d. Oood locationOI27MI TWO BEDROOM CB hoUM Newdeoarated lul Belihborhood. Idral retirement alas II.too. Call
Tie Kelvinotor tad . nelibborhood. Coupla only I II throuihout Wader homo 17 1 T. Bidl.count STILLE Ion 'D'
kne dealer. Hit* D.v TV-AP- 0000 CLEAN while. '- ACT*. 1330 Aubnrndkle M317 Lord V... tuck milt, radio lour NICB LOCATION Clean THRkI ROOMS and b.Ib.r..n: I.D Call 8 ..ll7. N NOT U T H I N G 71T Bavannah two blorki I:11 TED TOWSONRealtor

'. oIm..t new Urn. IIM raiN. MU pleaiant.1 Lario 'I sod I ed porch, electric kitchen let. 311 WteT rent or Ml o< Wabaeh In Bkrlino Aorea AIM
utllltlee furnlehed
"361'. eoV WaitPattoreon 1lrooD. kids lor bulldini lot truck REALTOR IMLA MU 0-3101 317 .. no. AH.
Adulle, Parkin. Water la"Iab",1 .>1->441. two .. ,. .... porch, '50. Owner, 0053730.NEARINO or 123 8. r-LORIDA AVKPHON
SAVE JaO Wilt C.nDO". Available MU -----
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m Rall'r OR MIl. ene bodboom bouts.
25 to 507' 117 Aitomoblles Want.) SHALL MODERN ...."" .., ill electric modern kitchen 110 BEDROOM two bull home, Is to big or to amall to U deeiin COMPLETION leaturlno Tradl..... NEAR HOSPITAL!
lane 110..... lor from eollrie 1100 U.D
adulte 114 EaetLemon I Chestnut Read 141-3111. lamp.Pits . a .
on WANTED CLEAN oar, '4456.H Phono MO 1-1130 ..th. Call MU 50111.510CC b told In Clu.ile Adl! dlnlni. room, PI.I" lam
BOOM hoaeo with alceplmporch il> with llreplare. double Neat two bedroom, Florida
BADCOCK'SReBul1t Model CIII MU S-9SIS. TWO BaDROOMs. Shine sod five block from town AIUIIDANT ohlld.ro.riue. Dial 6-11S1 for an door loyer double laraci

| Living Room PAT CAIIII tot pickup ",isoi'.n hitehea. CI..,. 0050,181. HIs.teelbb.tbo.d. e V." ,_D.bl.. ",-0", or ...- . can be roots M Briar Brae, Lakeland molt _.. room. suspended oak floor
in thle wide culls brick three ad-writer and tell her .... !
ear Snd.r 'IT a..1. Uies.q .aU Close M ahopplni 1102 ilrabla .del. Ben Oleen, builder ATRACTIVEIIn.roD on large lot on quiet ftreet
Furniture .0 3-21.. and sb.. Second floor, privateentrance bedroom, ono aero place. Donecttlo M3-4U13 .
porch. Only Ill 10 LARGE TWO bedroom llvlnf for .... for 1100 a monthInipeet what you want to cell! .ta.. Only $19,5001 RO.1088
1-1..t.I..,. CASH IN a llaih car or pickup weekly Melodic valor. MU I4311 room, ........ dlnlni room tiled and atari packlnil lohultiRealtr OWNER. .1 Prado Place. latnlaw lo. n.llbborbo.
llflnf room hums 19 or older. Call ........ wild b..h. and laraoe, wsierao 4 .... MO37JO.HOUTHoIDE. family room tile I.l : ?. b..eI.o
Priced H Low M Bill HowardCASH erase lurnlehed 868 mon th-kitchen-air cooaltlon.itMUBT floora, ..D..1 holes room. > BEST BUY EAST!
COTTAOB. ELECTRIC kitchen IOM I... Earl: Traniue | S..AL IOUII. loa mu.. sit 145 Builimi 10 00. plare. other leatureithit
$89.95 and up. WANTED: : OLD jaok eats .. I'I: ... rr.p.r house real homo
....h. lot Otis iear b. private, culled Sue two rue T, R Pucker, Jr. .. 110 weok Three bedroom COhoes. m.k a a Modern three bedroom two
Po ._Iaeal.r IInID" alub Pro..1 PlelD" Water provided. 112 Weit Has.nook. 6'J.It Ji0IDIIOTI4I COMMinCIAb .1 00110,5.1w. ,
C.II .Iark'. 3"1101.. NEARLY: NEW three bedroom CBTerraiM .. air conditionerindecaped .
In said luenliet.ISIT IH-3IU lloori carport Nlcalr POUR 1..1, homee. Industrial kite, tltoc Ml ...MeRudr Will tale IIOOBdortoie both, Florida room on largE

BADCOCK'SUsed 11'11 PAT Itl n Oct Junk'j'Pr. furnl.nrd Reinonilble adulu enIT I. bedrooms, I. ." sir Realtor, till .Meaerlaislid ...-.3.11.'MAKE R. WILLIAMS corner Shore Acre lot.
.. pick "", To"tol' kin sod DUPLEX FOR RENT I T, O. Toweon. Realtor. I8.. eonelIUobn.. 1110 e $ .. 5..10 "Bi"
Furniture Mnisl In. 181.211'. ,. .031. Only $ 1 RN-833
405 East Oak 31.*. a.I TAMPA HIOBWA iw 5 .ir LM 1,5
DepartmentIn COUNTRY HOMB tbr. Owner lieu oiler John Breaoan .
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Mulberry FOR YOUR CAR Purnlihed ar nlurnlahed Medee.itd TWO BEDROOM to Boulhial modern echool..homehindr .b.... .1..... modfrn, .UrIu"b"ro. soune Realtor 1>. Week Main Bl. MOREadd 111 A. 18-135 MEL RUDY
acre. .7t. Clark
Realtr era
0. New kitchen equipment DI... 115 Clark Realty. ...-4031. TRACT
i .lnn ton Butt will "0". Pendant Chevrolet will Beautiful terrene noo... Two 10 JI. ilL. .. adJI. JUST OUTSIDE CITY LM LA-REALTOR
n BUT far your lUlls sod trip aria btdroomi. Tito bath. TJtU- NICE CLEAN two bedroom, nice I
bur MIAMI three bedrooms, two Hlihwar.
your car If Railroad IM
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clean MORTGAGE BROKER
Afulbor It, room. I7S partly lural.hed or nalahborhood, lisa lino br door. i., |nt. 111 Marvellnc, lou J. Brennao. Koaltor, Classified ads to <* mile cut ol Cry.lal L.k.
170 bnlurnlihed CoO T. R Tuck- AdulU onlr. lot Went" .. I..n. r'_.. .... Clark Reallr, titIQ31 :. : 1149 OO. Threo 1327 E. Memorial Blvd.
Ls.BADCOCKCORP.Uton CAR PAYMENTSTOO er. Jr. Realtor. MU 0-7171. CLEAN ONB bedroom houia on your sales staff. Dial MU two .sr citoort. Prle
I I.Valf COMMERCIAL lsI.o two 11,200. liar Wows OPEN DAI. dial 686-4107 any time
LOVELY TWO bedroom _IIDI.. 151 aries Phone hidc MU lot...near..!, noipltoJ UNFURNISHED. POUR roomei blorki Bail ..... earner CM for an ad.writer ,
111
tJn sod WirtbcuMtMulbrrrr HIGH? by work or tnonlh |to or 1131evcrylhln hoa. .1. to School. '30. 131 Parker Street Parker Avenue
Plorldiuiwrrr lurnlihed In i stoup TWO OR three bedroom house, air Idiot tot email femur. MU 1-1791 Pour I.... today. ROY THOMPSON

slurs H'ii,,- Pendarvli Chevrolet will pay oil ol winter home. 1131 Wrat 01. ccndlllonlnc and central heatlnt BUII.DIIIG IUIABI.-. home Realtor (LA.IPIao OIOPLAVJILL
t a. to I p m lit,, rrl. elli your late model nanisdseodDOS I... 421 Cornellla. 081-4771 Verr comfortable. bed' door to in d/orsms ... III 146 Forms Groves, Ranches Inlt (loodrear -
homo la ono you can afford' Banta Fa Huh School Reaeonable on Kathleen Roid MU 1-2594. Photo 183-4133 11-38
i until S OARAal .PART..aNT. P sur THREE BEDHOOM CB YOUR
UO CAR
ren' MU i-ea
JOptn All Die WedoMdt Beo Mr. Ruawll room.. C001ioriable. DOD..nl.nU n NEAR balance 119 .
LKIID admired nelih- OHOVE BARQAIN 10 acm moetorantee. .0. dowa'i HAVE YOU looked at 2012 PineAvrnue
r 00 Mtoriai stores MrrlniPlorld 1... .4. No ...... Inquire 101 Len.1PP1C1ENCT ON' BIDROOM. I.... 1I.ln. brhood. .home has twa I' 7 pesOs old. moodNoosS. 1103 AVI. sap Three bedroom IS, TO US.
PENDARVISCHEVROLET oe 8tr..l. room dining room un. bilk, 0Ia- ., Plorida room carport Lakeland 14080PORECLoaio. bath Purnlihod or unlurnUhed, WI PAY TOP PRICES FOR '
I L.k l.nd A.MclU Btor tnt and wweraoo lurnlah.d 500.rIO. Kitchen .. Norl 2,0 I 1
APARTMENT C... ranie and 25b Ale . a B obanaln Low VA loan ANY CLIAN USED CARS.
SIC No Ploridi A<. IriS location Prlval bath and .. In Earl Traniuo. ei2-1tt oven. *100 per month will I.... aaree. 3 ,.or.. lioula.. MaloolmThonat In man R'PSII....... NU3.1. ROSS
diceS Will TresS Yes Kltht'ARQAINS trance. Vtllltlei lurnlehed, ..d.ullo with T. R Tucker, Jr. Realtor with option to buy. WlnUred J IM-76MI Bert _.., Mel Rudy Realtor 1..I..d 121 E Manorial LAKELAND

Conpl. "'tlr. rvnd only SII-1902 old TWO .droom. ill nIectilekISSeS. Oann. call ovenlnii S3-JB54. R..lor.all.. Blvd ( ... fTNTON- MOTORS, ?INC.

t > lutnntMd '3' It and no M Florida A... Call NU 1-3111I. R-hedroom, two OOINO .
EAST THREE BEDROOM 1500 W.
U' Lime One or two bed. 8i CB. lbs new M.I.I.I...
Prt bees IniUIUUoa bun 11 I.CIvicsels.d's or WILl PAT esuk f Onslnsataretpinkup room bath, dinette llvlna room, w.,. .11 air 20 YEAR TERMS 'Ores. los. .U b..1 oolditltnlns.FleA. 4UO. 3 Ph. MU 2-11II
kitchen .. .05th Widow lords. lot Shaded Meed topalr 1015Wl
51
MU 0440$ carport plenty .eI.
TV 1330 IU.la
TV :
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urndal Moid. OpM till 00 WANTED 1:3o Chevrolet Impala NEAR COLLBOE 741 au.bln. IF YOU'RETHINKING BRAND NEW, three bedroomthrouihaut CB, 04 lone. M acrei In IT year old :,.. 'I

wu ...n.. 4 Door Beden Power and air, Appllni. '"0. Water, automatic wub. I Ills near Boulhiatoihoppini 2* acroa In i posts old completerove BAROAINI' BEAUTIPUL modern /: WILLIAMS
331 Wait. Lemon. Lakeland! Small children. MU I-3MB echoole and boa i'P, caretaklni equipment with homo, three boronm. m bath "Bil" G. M. C.
Ito per month MU J-08JI, rriiatlon, home. Prlro onlr U. fine corner location LM1A I I
[ COMPLETE rooms good LOWER APARTMENT .11b---car too uo per acre Call Jim ..... .nl'. -
near Crntal II inocaih
1 MODERN TWO room dapI. 68133
121 Mobile Homes I bolt 5. A
port. 121 Woo Peachtreo, Adultiw Al now in line in ingin
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MU with T .
lture $19993. Payment RIbbon ... and Wader .T1 a Tu.kl lor '. by Ills
.. .a" Dr.
". Inquire iara.. apart- lurnlnheJ.DII. Jr. PerhSn.5 One-.lory JiM truck !. fit ovtry
|ly $11.SO per month. OWNER TRANSFERRED, mustnell 1 mesa In rearCOTTAGE of a chance check the 3-3810 ..Auna.. ThomaiTHREB O..o. To", converted I' glckvp. Drlvt onoprice
> II' f ir Rttal POUR Plorldi wraith of listed In NICE CLIAN hoa... live lane 611.5. Tinily reildimpc,jl.200.. .
room. the
"obll:1 jobs bEDROOMS ISO bath ------ 1.IJIO'r ono- Sot for yourtolr.n688 .
POLKTRADING tl Pos .Ir. Oor'., o room all olertrlo, air conditioned rooms Bath carport, wired lorilectrlo 147 Income
"Help Wanted" column Plorlda room conditioned,
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Park 5552300icoasa l oil heat II!\ BouUi Plorida itove Oa ClIP bmadulu .10. Prp.rTO
MART Avenue. i See Claxslflrd for your kind no pete. in CombeoKoad lenred yard R'H banaln in avery 1805 Elm Road
SALEB rontali. DUPLEXES Hour apart- deelrable call MU ,
r.:1: Phone MU i I47 1..UDa.
MU 3.2044STINaHOU8. is's. atorace' parta supplies, APARTMENTS. 19 to 111 M. It! of lob now* kltcheni urnuhed Air ...l er alter Opm. 3-4M4

ured bonded local and nationalraniporteri 10 slid 111 per week kiltS, .... I conditioned. Euellent return 00 oiirii.r Large 3 BR block home
by family LAKELAND FRAME
Jails. 4710 New .1.1.
fir and IM lurnlihed Children liveiunent Phone BI3Oo21RCTtXMENT :
AIR condition. ampa Rlohwar MTJ -e034, Homo or In. ... On. tile bath-double corner lot'
'.('Umt tondltlon sIc BTU w.leom. Also ileepino roomi. 41< 1)1 For Rent MiicollanioufEFFICIENCY SPECIAL Has duple ...... Onoifficlency with & AXLE SERVICE
last Oak. MU 1-1217 ,
volt. 170 Call 8M3J46WI8TINOHOUBB CB duplell E.tld. partially .p.rm.nl. Two a bedroom -2 Crrt.. EI.159.IR

ED Uprlfhtmtn. ONE ONLY ATTRACTIVE THREE room apartment urnlihedt, nests ., bUl.. w. Memorial Slid.A .
APARTMVNTB tillitiec 1 W..h AnS.Phsoe .
140 AltO lleeplno ouT tall
roomwits
Vtrr tood eondllloo "J-al .
dOUTHSIDB NEW outilill clip.thtee
bath, private, |j|. |3$ LiiiRuse. lurniihed men 110 week M. MARLER 053.5170leo
I barftln. Enil tlacUla: Co.1LIKEIOSELL .. '
bom. In bedroomi that will
NEW 50'xlO' two bedroom country borneDown.talri 1. ?RONTAOL two taketwin
W. Mil" $.. Boutliilda apartment I OFFICIAL GUIDE u.trliiooniussrrs, Reduced bed!. Wtlkln dlitance "..1. Ps. Yea.

FIRST PLOOH. one bedroom twin 683-3923. Leany. Realtor 710 north Maw. .hopplns and oltmrntary achoolAcro.i Or SONLMLARraltora I0.rotUnudTruobUSED
2 bedroom "bede electric kitchen stile Ian OI3-4J41 .Ir..' Irem Bouthweet

nil East Oranie Street 132 Hotels, Apart. Houses I to rental bargains . DOPLCX CB '0 ... It. sash oil Junior Mlih WInS Wind.orstr.eS. 1.01 S. N'ln St. MU 14001
South Avenuo. Model
$3790 the Classified .Id.i .. lo.\on. will e.r under L.oln.. i
BIG REDUCTIONIF .ecUon information
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PARK ATF.NUB BoteU eenteitown e, Turn back now the mo.I. OWII p 400.5010 I
YOU QUALIFYSteady Like Wilei Put clean ISv. .1 MOVE IN AND
R' & B MOBILE HOMES emploTm.nl Pay root Low monthly, weekly, dally room, apartment or house 148 Waterfront Property MEDULLA ARIA: .-a bedroom
[A BICYCLE? two bath homes, all convenience. START LIVING
rams for retire and worklnien
nonthly In advance par ,oar need. .
you loud water, lane lou, will con.
Pood available.
1639 W. Memorial Blvd. own Ulllltlei eicept water flu' SACRIFICE CEDAR Ibn.'J91. .idor trsds for ..,., .
0,50.P'Itid furnished Ibudroom
1 1tnl. 1. IN thIs beautifully
Lakeland Florida I.hlld,... except small baniee, no 133 Mobile Homes I 3 bedroom novel RosA to Hpbis toss loll CB homo. (liosuniliiiard500d
owes the time I And MU pete deeirabla I and 3 room .71 Cash D termoLaroa 1" mIle MU 5.5013. lloore nuke TRUCKS
Sosrtmplu. walking diStiussdowntown iset. a* oil aD
21' Civic Center area NIC MODERN houeetrailer. one week dan CroomAOoenhseHideawsp EXCEPTIONAL THREE bedroom, saoIeIsO 4 lioNs b'.r. .1..nln'l
number to ALl. ALUMINUM Altos with
list Is the
I Phone Walker CB2-W2S, .2-0181.. sod two bedrooms. adulte Pricedonable a Nona ire hub CB home bf lear Lake Parker AND TRACTORS
.ID.. priced w sill .......bl.. .... .11 . o.nr illal Beet 01 all II li
3605 North Plorldi In Prlildalro IAE
011-0031 .D 301. waterl ranca and
Conl.d Sd?. Chnmplis. Johns all
[ ad. PRICED at 111.100. '
aU for a Classified !T..r'' ParS.COIOVAIIS. 986-131 nlchte. 140 Wonted To Rent L.b'' Elcellent lo'Uon. 443C.tdinal 1 .WHIYB W33 Cab avw 5s0.
TWO BEDROOMS. lower apart- MIle BY OWNER on beautllul Plica. tractor.
vrlter. CAMPER toll, InCubi clean attractively I luriiahed .: iizoooou furnl.hed tzsUOr Orlans In Auburndala, two bed M 0-1088 KEN HARRIS Sine'14 lao. : to'i'I
equipped. Low mllcaia Makeiood wa.her. alecuiclty Includ for ren'- (.11 MU I- IIII'. NEro ATTRACTIVE home, lur.nlihed rooms, two bathl. oeld Medal FOR BALE b, OWD'. Two bedroom .

aerond .... Mo' tradeaileaeo .d III 66. Clark Realty, 110CLO8E NICE TWO bedroom U.II... IIlb.. or unfurnlihed for ..ro Ion all electric homo Centraicat CB Strawberry Hill BubJ117 Realtor chenior LMLA CHIVMOLIT> 'tan'"
MU S-1174 4031. .nel wstr rurnl.b.d Laudtr fadlill. r.II..1 adulte Pay tap rustS and air l.dIUoll. Three. Strawberry Lena Lot 1(151HI loot a Florida Avenue aenditeii, ."oNCY "aloSTIHNATIONAl
IN. two clean. ipacloui.rtmenu .. ..liable. 3501 N.rlb Plur.di. I..... Clark Realty ..5.43. cart old .. Bee II Price 14 too Phone ATwater e..JIIHOMES
C .. 1011 last M.I... Pbcno -..52. Port Meide. Plorldi. M* Onoritt.rtu.Sdo,00500boulud
10 II M s 30 WIDES . II] M) 111 weeklyWafr 550.1011.
4 Gal 011, FoelkOFANB MOBILE HOME INSURANCE lurnlihed Clark Realty. : iMIiODKRN lurnlihed houic. 143 Mobile Homo Lots fS..13t Auburndale, WO 1-433 BEAUTIn MODERN home on and clutch. g.... fentfere

005-0031. .trailer, cottaeei Cloud llvlni con 100 PT. L.bfroaL 31 miles eutal bednoorn.. 1'I0,1.room. BY 1101L
OAS Sot raiSe,. beat- STORAGE di PARTS AIR CONDITIONED efflclninlt. ., dition.. Utllltlee lurnlihed. r110llt .. YOU'L ENJOY hunt on your Hatchlnehat spiel incloied
hot Silo?. Itciss thu. Indua1 Near. Hutchlnion Dolt weekly B13-3917 In Lakewood Trailer Ee.fi lot f.ealo at '.'00. Hun overlookIng lake, lane utility FHA MANAGER : ,' THe 145W 111755.
KM Call 111-3101, Ivy e Im- DEE'SMOBILE Couno. 4101 North Plorida A..- 1 Lane lota. paved and dr. Can le by boat to KI room double carport, piles lane NATIONAL CUS CD.Tp
Iii Oae Bervlea. 1311 Mew .... i BkDROOM Stiller on ..rto..te and all uulltlei, Reitrlcted Miami. R C. deep lot Owner t .OID., aol 18 H P. 5101110
*bamdalo HUhwar HOMES 10'InoaU'. as .3a. Dill I block RueS ol LaSs Parker T R. U O..dn.B .. nka or lad $100 DOWN LAW" .AND. MOW.OAKDINmACTOR AN

NEW MASONRY duple. luralihed lizcot.. Junalo t street, Follow iiini. Lola at Dick Realty. tIll Aces AN HOUM Ciiir0.0'.1'
Os Jewelry .41 H Wabash MO IIS86a 1 ar I bedroom. Adults only MODERN TWO-bedroom- mi ddwsrd ".10..,. Jr.R..llo- MiD .,. Phone MU 1.13. NO DOWN PAYMENT IMo choice borneo .In all loeationa (er a Oemen.

OsvIarsrDs._ '11._ OM-0114 home. Private lot Ukeview front. sod .. ... 10 3.2334. APPROXIMATELY: t on Completely redecoratedlMonthly :I
ONOU N D 'LOOR. attractiveapartment ace. No pete Call MU 4391.. paymenta low ai lot
a rot lub. dl..O..... sold a 16 SCREKNKO room pull UDoer..n. Lake Lena 4JO It. LaketrontBeautltul .
"" old .olel. p15110cm. slIver 1 for rain Complete MU tree Uundry lacllltleaerrratlon 144 Acreage lots For Solo two bedroom borne 1cottacei rest Slop by our office o call Many
cOol I usd0,. sum SoulS no. 1-1003 alter S or weekend orow Trailer City. 134 Mobile Homo Lots Income Shown br appointment l 171910fo

RAVEL TRAILER ..... 23' Oar urlow Huhway Eaton Park LAND BUY-1010 aires aimsneared only Contact R C ALL BRICK HOMES T. R.TUCKERJr.REALTOR choose from
Wood, Strips 0. bcallent endi.lien VIRY NICE. duplea Lam bath LAKE BONNY Pour Step Mobile > pine land 110 per aero Lola. R. r Qardner or L
106 Machinery Tools : '1.100. term. Peck a 'T'nseITtillrt plenty eloneti. arreened porchPrivate. Hom. Park New larieit iota In 340 acre ..ill I. ranch, lenced ..nd.roo. Enko. Dick Realty, toll .MamPhono 1 1 QUILLANINTRNA
Bald 1211 Bait .._.. MU 3-1530. 10M Eaet Lakeland Rlih and dry Manl. lanced. Corral and I.elln..ball. MU .-. $56.36
ACETYLENe WELDING: outfit nil .1... ".In. D.I electric water and ....r. e. coo per acre. 10 JIS V. Maec Are Lakeland TIONAL
meter laa, bat line.. Block Ie only ISSOO 11500 down 300 aerei, MU
ISO MTicollanoous? II.T1
$75 ...... :304 BiaS flelraar MU LPPICIENCY UTILITIES paid ."
Sew drove Park Shopptns Cs.or. 80 head ol cattle only P .I
O.O PICA Area Property. ManacerVA TRACTOR
E 2-7702 1 124 Trvcki Trailirs round lloor. Weiuide. Call MU
,
( Oood lake flihlrc and boatmi 2.0 acree four mllee Area Property ManaaerCLAIIirilD
3-2(130 small ..IL 1140 North Ore- Oardene. US. hlibwairontaie HAL ACRB lots, Tr.le. build nail down payniot on our Iota 23JS Dodo dry Hwv.
[ 107 Plumbing SuppliesMontgomery 1 14 FORD, 51001 1.1 hod a'.. Sos.Ciii NICELY FURNISHED cot".'. 1.1 Lake Drive. MU S-7473 anly 1760 prf acre BeeR ii,I ittoe. |*9I, Nit Many pjodili saw sndor SoS
._ MU 5.1104..r IOM ... air conditioned newly GARDENS C. Leta or R. L. Gardner. illnuh.d 110.... aero lot. ..3 etrueUen Phone MU 2.4117
Ward I decorated. oulet permanent ..d.alte. LAKELAND: Mobile DIcks Realty IOU Bail Mala 2521. DI'IAV
It.m. Park. two mIles .
wait 55Dnsns
Phone MU ' -
Ill Eait Lime.HAVE - - -
WATER RENTALS Pleld and Old Tampa 13. I 131 Rio? Estate
GET GAS HOT
A I SEVERAL nicely tumtanad HI.b..... Recreation hall ahulleboarde. CHOICE BUILD1NO cite, 1(01 Exchange I IMPERIALCONSTUCTION

HEATER FROM WARDS two room kitchenette wltn prlato laundry lacllltlea. Paved 141 directly behind 9110 Ce,..
128 Business Places For Rent bath Reaeonabla ratea. IM made. Llihllni Modern tit207 and Helihto Blvd. C.I MU IOC91. HldHWAY HO.... ..a.II.... Piveacree
Have Hot Water When month Ill week UtIlIties lurilthed . MU "3570. modern floe bedroom 3HibaUi. CO '1i
.
You Need Itl! 1 Will live. Iree rent to ita- Pot oily or f. J9V2S II
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PIVB ACRU with well and .... OROVB LAND 10 acre!. pint .
...8r. In.lallattew 840 SQ. Fr. SIC dapandabla couple for lewcervical lIe tank, paved road. ihade and and ..h Brautllul Slob land .
rendered by lady. Ha ssrdee ipaco. 455-4000. warm .10. Lakeland fin undy SEVEN UNITS, furnished, lour 41 1. ra .
117 N. I 5003435I
KentuckyMU OFFICE FOR RENT! sans sil. per acre Tom.n units lurnlihed cellent rental .tll

2-5103 In Tucker Oral Store Bulldlnel, THREE AND lour room ap... SHADY LOrg.. ahulflebcard modPhone d.... Sec R L Gardner year round. Por aalo or trsdeor
1 etC fasilltto Sless rust rooms R Lois or Ray K. at ( email houee eeaionad mort- LUKUIIOUS
20'I43. Paved parklno In tread tent la town clean nicely lurilihed Ll. or WAnlr01Y .nl
end reirl Terraiao lloori Idealfor 450 monthly adulto. In- .b.o.n .nd launder. Chras PontSI -. Dick Realty 1011 Call .Ia. ...... MU 3-33J4 t .2 .4_.I. I. a .h.rCLUSIV. .
108 Musltol .nit. V.iI" Thres sItes last 05 I PER
Pianos & doclori office or medical gumS 3" South New York 1 0804049LAKOS Phone 11.1133.PA11va. HAVE HOUSE- 14000 CQUltr $50 MONT!

ipply oUtlet Central heatlni POR RENT lurnlahed LAND 400 511,0,, trado tor any Item valued 'UTIUCOM'LTI
SPECIAL SALE ol Baby Grand I slid air conditlonlni II10 monthly MOBILE homo lot. Will aoma timber.learod ...1- Wi ,SOO. .8. 11043331S2 I and 3 bedroom .
or
..
ttuuioe. Conaolca sod BplneieReal I I ly Call T. R. Tucker 3?.. RealMO nsedwa lot .p.\.m.al'l rent or I..... Adulte oil,. Scott Near Plant city. -031 that ..u.' be cold im.dl.t." .!11T1

bartalna. Brown 104 South tot 07173BUSINESS. ,C.II M pionth 0000075CLOSE 1341. K. Lake. Likefront IB3-B05t llto per atre Termi at'* ::! Rest lite to Wonted N. lualifvlni. no .101nl oo coil D.MII.IUM

PloridaL6S.O : Sec R. 1 Gardner. R. C. Leu 11, .lnIDa. down payment lola ,.le, Ase.esoos
CORNER DOWN'TOWNTw. lee 13S Rooms For Rent ,Kir K this at Dick pie move Too Inlormatlon .
BALDWIN-Howard drain $ AND PIt MO.
tlnlihLonnell room. Vtllltlei paid 114 weekly Oil last Main. phone us.1133 Hone Monday thrcuau PrldayMU 5 .101 "S tS
piano brauttlul Walnut
i FOR LEASE 223 BouUl New York 6020.05.ENTERTAINMENT LIST YOUR 1. ,_ by 001550 ielsh.dSe
Mules A" S-ii'I.Sy
In. Boo south riorlda TACOS ROOM .1..". Bear Ins REAL BARUAINSI Near Lake- .
Avenue. 682-3111 C.rnsrp U ,... Kea'o.k, Slid Oentlemin preferred or man and and. .".1 tracto ol land tip to 2-6118 5pm ".551400 10 A... ,.
PaniC 505 050551 aid ...U. aU. Price reaeonabla. MU t-1341 10 souls with bou.ee. PROPERTY WITH US
BLOND LIMED o Dial,, geretliOine able, IMO ... toOl pine loadlnt ..n. 10 W. .1. 'AIII DL
elide, small
Lii. ii,. Call 5112 3.1270 lock, Write or phone: Re* Too 11>. ROOMS NOR rent. Brims conditioned Call .. dossSiemstii. "1'Shorty* coo.t SELL It. BORN i NEW HOME T .eli 11''fLU
12a3 Ellloott Drive, Tallahauee hot and cold water III .I..II Tbom. ii 1.51. No.0 _
SPtOe1orals. H L. Palm-'
BALDWIN OROASONIC was n1001s. ..... "
oarS room, dally maid servIce 1-1I1 r DWIO. "orll yEW POUR bedroom two bath, Slim 5505105
LIke D'.. 'U& "U Florida.Phone ', Ten' -
4981. 385-3429 need not be expeniive. .017 per week Mri oay. manoer ..1" ".a11. ..leueo .....LLA... MO 1-1173 ,,1.lr room dlnlni ,room kitchen, __ -
i Phone lu-7141 Oianie F1VC ACRE Snot.. 131 "0." '21aunl. 15.05 T.'D. Aol. Plorida room II' i 14. .- .d
Check the Classified section 1 .rkll -
OLD PIANO Hotel 121 North Kentucky Avo. Mel Rudy R..llr. 1127 lot) 10' 1'ln. Oak llooreir 11"
for good buys In used .u. ". Blvd .rl. all', ronm. Lo
too' .
and leweraka
Au.ethse WeNetoese Co.dsrnlsImn AudmeaiDroe5mcOt
0.peii
TRADEINJAMBOREE cJ.Ola DOWNTOWN. prlsts .n. COM BIS MANOR lota. Iisodi.t.CornIce Olbeon
TV and Stereo sets. WB Oil reiullel Need Ultlan Park Area Wild-
b 5. N..o esd A.tseieleo.
irises. .S rich an sQuId flew Road 10HJJ: City wa lor aala re.. .. Mel Rad,. Real.tor. wood Avenue. '1,0 do.... MU 1,01,0
\or'. MU 2-402. tr and electricity $1,454. leima Eael Memorial, SM-4107 )3433.

j Thinking about a new pianoor HOUSEHOLD GOODS .AROB ROOM near bus, reetaur-Ii IiI fur ...b. II3-S173. PO I. 112 -

organ? Now is the time 130 Furnished Houses silo, itoree. Off itroet perklnl 640 ACRI. H mile river Iront. 153 Houses For Sale

. to gee us about trading In 32 South New York. t aim5. I .lIdla. . Panowrfkeo. Pink $3,500

136 Rooms With Board property, lerme W. A THREB BPDROOM haul* 41* P."w. -
* TWO BEDROOM homo Adulteonlr.
your old Upright piano for MOVE FASTwhen tere'o A Real Bargain!
Mo pits Reference.. 10 WIII.m. 1113' .>y Drive off North PloridaAvenu
'
one of our lovely new mod month permanent raeldcnu. Ml BOARD WITH luneheo 06 *, too down, silo o month.Chsie Clean as a pin, and cute AUTOMOBILESALESMAN
art Valencia. . Ilk tenrc. MU *-314*._ a
els. Cannon Music Is giving advertise themin T.I..ulol room . 723 VACANT LOTS I button, this completely
, you TWO BEDROOMS completely Blreet. SIX ROOM. 14. kath houee
exceptional trade in allowances Classified. To get more ornlahed 411 Weel Belaiar. IM three lota. Alas two apartmenuNear and attractively furnlhe

on old upright pianos business fast dial MU per. month Drive b,. thea call 138 Unfurnished Aports. Eethl.en HUH School Oood cottage Is ideal I
condition. Call Mg 0-4..11.
R C. Le. Dick Realty, loll erneywood(
Come In this week! small family Handy to
6-1151 for an ad.wrlter. tact; Main phono Ml Q-0113 LINCOLN COURT MUST 11Ou Mako alter Oriole

CANNON MUSIC CO. TuNIS ROOMS couple or with Lakeland tinsel top 110'AD".1 p eylo Level ahaded nomeuto within Drlvo. Tr. b.ro. two bathiPlorida stores bus, church its a

sib,. vtlllllee ...ltonD!. Bear bill North Lincoln l' WI,' walktno dlatanco of Cleveland .a. School. steal for the money! Clark'
Ml 5. Plorida Ave OB3-II45 sod .tore MU 0-1530 tin IIJM Court School and 515-o 04
"a .I. 1 1ITL
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Open Friday I Cvcnlnu 3011. Realty, 833 Maisachusetts. -
NICELY rCRNI.HED suttili.Adult. MODERN THREE rooou electric lORd bedroom hi. Nor Salary Plus CommissionLeading
enl,. .32 SasS '01".. kltb.n. tol batb. around floor ahoppmy (2 400 lou .
111 Sporting Goods ......1. MU 0-J.I4LAKEPRONT auper O.kl. downtownAdulte Longfellow ....1 1 at *o$*5-(S3.II monthly I
129 Furnished Apartments 1IU'. '' 331OUTH8IDE '
TWO ROOM Isoorni.. 130 BiaS .
APACHB CAMPIMO' Uilleri See OR unlunlehed.. pnvete -I LimeD SIr.ut. BEDROOM duplei. 171month. JuaN out of the City but with ill THREE bedroom 01 SMALL established GM dealer hoi opening
, lie belt before burlni any Edi FURNISHED One bedroom duple lit I ILAKILAND'I 1 utIlities available. 13 Alec I loan low down parmenl 51051k.
08 to
in'a. IMt Park Blvd PlncllaePark. bilk' .nttsnoi537 HOU8I4. Children I month southiide Leahy, Real-II around the .t. I ly pa menu too II monthly Includini for one qualified new car salesman.?
Florida .66 00 ....Ibl,. 7,5556.5., Apartlie. aecepud Call after a R .. weekari lot II3-4J4I, 553.795d. I]I'lot .000 each er". .....D.nt tain and Iniurauce. CaU DOWN PAYMENT I IIO
closer know used
.. MO 54445.I'WO 4l-a330PORM18HED .. l.a02. liter 4 J ses-oo'l3. Must be excellent car

112 Wonted Mitcolloneoui bedrooeaa llvlncraem. TWO bedroom Souse and r.* two"'NEWEST bedroom apart-.... Ml STAUNTON AVENUE Re.eiued 00 per month ro a S bed-' value, and hove thorough knowledge of
kitchen bath. ce>.. oloeewllVar .a Mineola Drive all Com bee .. home la Northeaelctioo ,
for adulta, Corner lot throe bedrn
meat Central beatalrcondiuonlni Lake Dr. ro 1. automotive Excellent
.... I selling.
AduHa. IIH747 Crystal
CASH roe .- ...... 11.58 itaree. b. Ruid. Call Ml S-8441 and Bull u two bulls, Plorida rool. central. Lam 1.1. and dlnlnieo opportunit
'
.U 3-3311. MOTEL AFABTMEMTS ana and HRIE ROOM lurniihed cottaae.enced electric ranil. Cloia to eollete 'Juil lew doari alt and heat. .. Ipearata and utility.1 I for qualified man. New car

I ....... lID.... Milltiea fur- yard Carport Tl, 0... 111* per month Phono 3-- !3 a Beautllully aait ol.LkeIHolln..orl. NEW TWO bedroom ..u... Ready lifted and paid vacation Insurance ,
oiibed. Diilo Motet 400O Bow din Btreet. MO 4-1 WlDRNJSHED far occupancy 1100 /I! pro
MODERN TWO bedroom Deeervea
AUTOMOTIVEI a ouallty 'DI..edl.t
.
amea 511b,5c.3RiiCLIA ? COTTAOE ..... Near etorei and achooL du.l.nl homo. L.2043.Investment. sq. l"n. .re.built-in rawnlno ... / 'ljBi" WILLAS' gram. All applicants screened and all

$ .uroc".. Ulr. Carport. laundry Couple. Inf.., month Sow own.r tilt south lull tie balhwrraaa I replies held in strictest Confidence.
116 Aetomooi.es For Sole 56551. bailS. .10 aoallU' W...,. week month economical.pete Its renneaieoDELPXI *) floor., arreeved porch
fin Droll"'llI "abblob rollietlostunmlbed. till hat Oranoe Priced al '10.0 '" to 5 111 I. Fl. ..13.
CIIII Ma-I3I14. .0511.sbii IUlm. apailmentOne onto after i paymeiCan ', ,
I WB PINANCB. Your credit Hrood. tmID..I..I. 34) WEBER-nice two bedroomaroort. ol bedroomaosrtmeei. Corner ol PIns and Month Iowa eeen dally. sun Acre Poll SALB rO" three bed.room .
Low .. 110 d.... SusaNNe nl. Adullo. no pots tat aacallent I.UC loduiutial _I'". Ch.ep with a 'o b Jerry Mar- CB boise o, near Crretal Lake ,, Reply To Box F-241
l od Cite.OI4.VOISi1.I. m-eMI ,THRP 1100..... ...... Ull" eSflIesl 3304 Junile trailer IM OSo0007 Air conditioned Drive future. LL-IMI "f.rO.lo.al Wlnun Sehool, new air conditioner ,
iTTn carburetor, I .....11.., EI""II 111.05.. 511uiihiuai Eait Beacon and phono alter CT 1-1433 .D mill down auumo lot

I ir ipe.d 5.osmblles. radio. 501.5002.P'UII1HZD ZuralhIIud.. 0011. 011'1 T 1 HR' B ROOM bathporcnee. SOul too. H. L. Woodard MCJ 1OJ34LOVELY S. MORROW 217 WILLOW venue. Three per month .. a.n&. Phono III34t LAKELAND LEDGER

1 '.11,. IMS! lid Souto Lincoln,I Psrlivt. all elecuie kluhen IM' "'9 ana bedroom duple I A bedroom. I both, carpeted llvlni I
..U 3 APAJ&'UIIItTI: it tile b. ,. ....
1504 monthly H30 Lamer street. BearPvblUi t per- Realire-&IC.A room, family room air-oondltlon- iloass OSDIIOOM. om. b.lb CI
I., .:. 5..ur OO'-454J 1 41" 50 'j Ttn_ ila.eaabIs WarcbouM, Inuulro 31H]I .a.n' adiiu .ID..t ... 10 I 'ea "V 1.311 Ini. p.uo. kitchen with oitraa house" 5224) 1705. MIt 3.7002ac
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_1. -41; 51114$ _ -- tIJ- -. ---OSJ-9S44 fee oppotolmeot 1.5170 ;. ,, .
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.I; Wisconsin Primary .tiat.11.8 PuWix Time &: Temperature QJt



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F rr Week In PoliticsWASHINGTON 600 FREE EXTRA ::1 J7// Green.iid awr..drwdw.A Stamps!

(AP) Ala. the vote Wallace might receivein Swiffs Premium Sliced Cold Cuts
y barn Gov. George Wallace'i Wisconsin, Indiana and Maryland 2 6-01. pkgs. 78c
Wisconsin primary election bid could have on the civil o d. GREEN STAMPSSWIFT'S CPin.* WM.V. r L L 1-af>
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situation.
highlights a week of polltlcaJ rights S
t activity that also will Include He replied: "I think the people OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO"f
selection In three other tales of of those sta tea will give their!
delegates to the national nomllatlng answer at the time designated.
i conventions. I don't care to speculate or ( RREE )iooIt,1
S Wallace, challenging the Johnson anticipate it." .MARKETS
II administration's civil rights An expected slam-bang con rte I ; Green
Stamps
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h program, goes up against Gov. test between the major an- 1 MIA 1101.wr.u rd,..,.......1, !
John W. Reynolds, a favorite nounced Republican presidential -
e C son, in Tuesday's Wisconsin pri candidates failed to developin Dry Hair er Regular VO-5 Crime RinseD
mary. Delegates representing 30 Wisconsin when a favoriteson 7six. $1 plus tax
Republican and 48 Democraticvotes movement developed behind ...IrN w.... "owll .. 1N15OVUV r::;:,
will be chosen. Rep. John Byrnes. A slate OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOQ
him Is the only one
.pledged to w
b 3 Others Choose
t tI
o entered In the GOP primary.
\ cI North Dakota Republicans Lack of a contest may en
meet Wednesday to choose 14 l.rtm50
Wisconsin -
I : 'courage some Republicans
delegates. Kansas Democrats
r to vote In the Democratic
I', will complete their 24-vote dele contest. GOP leaders are urging Jfll Green Stamps

gation and Kentucky Republicans Republicans to stay out of the Mi Ab. __4......_... !
I It choose their 27 delegates
Democratic battle |g LYSOL SPRAT DISINFECTANT
at state conventions Saturday.
ti President Johnson took his Civil Rights Bill Hit <=> 7-01. size 98c
first public hand in the Wisconsin Wallace has been campaign ...1,.. w.... Aowll a 1M' r'I
IIJ contest Sunday night. In a ng against the Johnson admin B QOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOQO
message to Reynolds, he called stration civil rights bill now before
the Wisconsin governor "a I, the Senate. Political lead- _
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C patriot and a leader in whomwe ers of both parties will be
t -A
P n can all take pride" and said watching closely to see what W150
"I salute John Reynolds for his Impact the legislation may have !
unceasing concern for the well had on the northern state's \ q' Wea
A being of all the people in his voters. A 1 Ilk Alt CMPM m4 tuniiMt lh
state" i After Wallace filed, Reynoldsgot RICH'S COFFEE RICH
i 1i Another message came from ; into the race to protect 2 16-ox. pkgs. 58c
J a Atty. Gen. Robert F. Kennedy, Wisconsin's 46 votes for President r::;:, .01. w... Aowll 1- r:':!
b who said a successful campaignby Johnson. UOUIJVVVJUVUOOOOOQO50mlp
Reynolds would "bolster and The Republican delegates tobe O \
reinforce those who are makingthe chosen in Wisconsin, Kentucky -
good fight for human dignity and North Dakota will
t qa Ttm50I
In the United States swell the total chosen for the sl'SWIFT'S
At his news conference Saturday July GOP convention to 192. It
Johnson was asked to com will take 655 votes to win the J" Green Stamps
II ment on what effect he thinks nomination. ... I .Ilk... Alt CMH*.<*.......li I
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Johnson's nomination of ," In the second, the ) CHIFFON LIQUID DETERGENT
p overthrow of leftist President c
Jack Hood Vaughn as ambassa 22-os. size 49evrtnt
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dor to Panama Is expected to said "we are glad that the QTRS.lb.. I v.tf. April a, II/I.
reach the Senate by midweek, transition In Brazil has been BREAST 6 vvv VIJ IJ IJ\J\ IJVIJ 1J1J1J1J1JtvSomErWmso
and the onetime boxer Is "rarln'to constitutional.
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1 Johnson told a news confer day between the State Depart-
ence Saturday that Vaughn, now ment and Panama's Foreign !
director of the Peace Corps'LatinAmerican Ministry official resumed rela- Swift's Premium S
will Green Stamps
operation tions. It was reported in Pana-
J be on his way to Panama "just HkAliWM.d"nJiu**<> '
ma City that U.S. Embassy I'J" '
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L as soon as he "can be confirmedby are expected to return personnel to n Dinner Franks ">. 49'' PENNY DOG FOOD ,
the Senate.
their headquarters this week, 12 toll cons $1
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I L and Vaughn, who has been holdIng come at any time.Bradenton. -
III his breath for three months,
(v' home.then will" head for his "second Herald Tender Florida Yellow l Amso

Vaughn, 43, who boxed bothas 111 LIMIT 4 PLEASE J"( Green Stamps
an amateur and as a professional Backs DickinsonBRADENTON Sweet Corn
'I was ticketed for the I .1''*Alt, _...tut,."*...li !

Panama assignment last January \ -, BETTY CROCKERBISCUITS SMUCKER'S PEACH BUTTER
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when It appeared the United ZO-oi. jar 43e
r. States and Panama might be Bradenton Herald in Its Sunday t..1 lf.. Wwl. KttrU t, IM4
edition, endorsed Fred 0. Dick r ,1rWX
able although to maintain bloody diplomatic rioting had ties natorial inson for nomination.The the Democratic. guber 10 ears 49'Bmkf.it 01))0 0 0 000000000000 0 Q

ua broken out in the Canal Zone.
Herald described Dickinson . .
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Ct But the two countries broke as the candidate best suitedto ,..--- \\ ",: ,;t'" ;", 1Wl O -( %l -.It, 50 FREE 5 50e3,1

Ct' relations, and they were not resumed : fill "Florida's grave need"'or \.. .._ .__ \<>>.. 1St"...;:_o J< -"f'" __'.-":_ .- .- VuU
t'tI until Saturday a governor "who will not !
The post of ambassador has hesitate to offer leadership." Green Stamps
been vacant since President: Dickinson, the newspaper said, reg, 5c Club tnrleh.dWhite I wi'",6,.wo ..d rwd.m.5 !
John F Kennedy accepted the is "a conservative: in the finer Bread 2 B:: 3V! Regular Models Sanitary Napkins
resignation of Joseph S. Farlandin sense of the word , who sees: can . . . . ; 24-ct. pkg. 87c
August. Farland reportedly value in change directed toward Tr.iiut. Ch.it Iv3Minute ...1... w.... ANN 0 IN/ r:;;:,
disagreed with the late Presi fulfilling the true needs of his 16-01,
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Just before his death, Kennedy -I

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foreign aid official, as ambassador -! AND . . . . . can
but President Johnsondid I JfA Green Stamps!
.t. not follow through. )| f" J'S P C.I. Chi."." f.rfl 1 .I*A4 l CMPM..d.d....V !
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J. Johnson stressed at his news .f tS TENDER LEAF TEA BAGS
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ae conference that the United . . . . . . .
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States
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hemisphere. lie said Washington it . .. . . . . ;
1Ii Is doing everything can
to deal with the "ancient enemies mmmm
III' of mankind-disease and TIDE
illiteracy." {
iiI His attitude was one of obvious

T satisfaction. "This has been ...*...Uf.*IWIInf
a good week for this hemisphere
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," he declared.referred ml tlMtat W.t.,M.tt.r liutantly ole,. 49c Sweet Treat Limit 2 Sliced
The President spe-
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the tow f .Ie fttr toed A.II ,
.. cifically to Panama and Brazil.In .
the first Instance, he said, 7Sc AT HAIDWAKI STORK D Pineapple #2Yl 25
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c M,. "M" trying to $282.00 month His ,
fo'II was poy per Sour *
month. '! Cream . . fJJ 39 WED., APRIL
combined payments were cut to$150.00 per I' . Swift's Vienna "v
Mrs "K" was paying $275.00 per month and some I S-6-T, 1964
of her accounts were in the hands of the Credit 4'"
Bureau She had ben turned down on a $3,000.00loan I eo frozen foods,A'I o D Sausage . . can' 19.e
from two lending institutions. Through our Downy.Fl.k. F.s.eWaffles
system the was able to obtain $12,000, consolidateher I

bills, clear her credit and repay the money with i . . .. 21k k::: 25*!
month.
only $120.00 per
Mr. and Mrs. "S" were paying out $400.00 per WHERE SHOPPING IS A PLEASURE I
I'r month and got their payments combined and low-
ered to $48.00 per month.
CJ Mr. and Mrs. W" combined their payments and A
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