Title: Lakeland Ledger
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Title: Lakeland Ledger
Uniform Title: Lakeland Ledger
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: The Ledger Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Lakeland, Fla.
Publication Date: April 7, 1964
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Polk -- Lakeland
Coordinates: 28.041111 x -81.958889 ( Place of Publication )
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Bibliographic ID: UF00079940
Volume ID: VID00111
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Truman Dismissed General 2 Days Later ,


Martin Has No Regrets About Revealing MacArftfSf's LetterWASHINGTON


(AP-Former Martin, a Republican congressman his views known he would have ter, Truman would have found to me, 'Come on over and have tention of withdrawing, becausehe him not refuse his assistance to

Speaker Joseph W. Martin Jr. from Massachusettswho said so"Martin some other excuse." some chowder with General thought he would win the the state, but let him come with
once made public a letter that was House minority leader in the midst of a
"It Is funny," the MacArthur"' Martin recalled Macedonia."He .
ended 79-year-old nomination, and he almost did. me to
the military career of a then, received a reply from, House debate on the Korean
friend. The friend never men., MacArthur In the reply, Mac- War in April 1951, released the congressman continued. "Mac- "We saw ,each other from Martin, who laid he always shall be furnished with a

Honed the letter again, and nei Arthur wrote Martin, "T er. U letter. Arthur never mentioned that letter time to time I would ,notvsay called on MacArthur when visiting ship, a horse, a tent, even his

ther did Martin, and the two remained no substitute for victory" and Two days after the letter was to me at all And I never we were Intimates. But we were New York in the last few traveling charges shall be defrayed -
close to the end. he disagreed with" President made public, Truman dismissed said a word about it, either. I friends In 1952, I went to '.see years, walked to the other end .
The friend was General of the Harry S. Truman's decision to MacArthur as the American always felt let sleeping dogs him and suggested that he become of his office to point to a framed "But if he thinks this too
Army Douglas MacArthur, who limit the war (Korea itself and commander in the Far East, a candidate for the Republican document much trouble and prefers the
died Sunday. In a reminiscent to leave enemy bases In Communist and the long military career of said he first met Mac- nomination for president It was a copy of a speech bya repose of a city: life to the toolsof
t Interview Martin reviewed the China alone the general came to an end. Arthur when the general was Roman general, Lucius Clem- war, let him not, on land, as
events that swirled about the "I liad asked him for his "I never had any regrets Army chief of staff during the ," 'No,' he replied to me, 'I llus Paulus, replying to his milItary mume the office of a pilot.
historic letter. views, and his reply did not say about making that letter public early 1930s The late Mayor Fl- can't become a candidate. Bob critics In 168 B.C. Underneath was the inked Inscription
a "I had wanted sOme ammuni that his views were confidential, ," Martin said. "I always orello La Guardia of New York, Taft has earned the nomination The speech laid In part: "Amen! and the signature -
tion to answer some of the Demccratic but I was. not'sure what to do," figured that Truman wanted to then a Republican congressman .' I have always felt that "If therefore, anyone thinks "Douglas MacArthur
arguments about the Martin said "I walked aroundthe fire MacArthur anyway. He did brought them together. MacArthur might have an himself qualified to give advice "He sent this to me two years
war in Korea," said Martin.- block several times beforeI it all too quickly. He fired him "Mayor La Guardia had this nounced as a candidate if Taft respecting the war which I am ago," Martin said "It sort of
"and so I wrote a letter to Mac. finally made up my mind. I two ,days after I released the apartment, and he liked to make had withdrawn from the race, conducting which may prove touches the whole point of
Arthur asking for his views" decided that if he did not want letter If it had not been the let- chowder, and one day, he said but Taft, of course, had no In- advantageous to the public, let everything, doesn't it?"

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General'sBody Lies :$ t. i. Soviets Reported PullingIts

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In YORK StateNEW (AP-A shrlv- J qir Troops Out Of Cuba

eled yet somehow majestic figure .

in simple sun tan uniform .
lay in a hl.tory-Iaden armory

today, a magnet for Americans U. S. ':
conscious of their heritage. r ..1t1 :
New! Yorkers and visitors to : ( I

the metropolis had an oppor Confirm
tunity to view the body of
General lof the Army Douglas

MacArthur and meditate on his WASHINGTON (W)-. Informed
60 of service to the re
years the Soviet Union has been pulling its

From 10 a.m. until as far Into Cuba in considerable numbers.

the night as any mourners are U.S. officials confirmed this, but as

in line, the 7th Regiment Ar to estimate how many Soviet military
mory, home of "the Silk Stocking Cuba. .
Regiment will remain
U At the time of the Cuban missile

open. crisis in October 1962 it was ;
Services Set .
estimated that 22,000 Soviet
First there were to be religious
troops, many of them in organized
services and a presidential '
combat units, were in
tribute to the 84-year-old Gov
warrior who died Sunday in Cuba. A number of them were I
A Letter From The General
Washington after three major technical experts In Cuba. A
number of them warn technical
operations. L' a.. ,.:.1...*.. Merlin, .I,., I ormor S,....., from M.*. tmMHi, experts in the long-range weapons immediate -
Clergymen expected to prayat pas I* Mi Capital .fflc.! Si h. HU 'dent a 1151rl.tH. >A. c*.. and other war gear Moscow '
sprjid use
the casket in the armory on .4i .4;rrm' a hie,,", Cm. Dev"l.s MocArthur,. Mrti /..I" 'h. has poured into Cuba to make 1r 1 ?

Park Avenue at 87th Street wr t. t. tho send) eking. his .!.. on the Ko.... W.,.. Th* It the most powerful military na state puters m

I were: Francis Cardinal Spell| .".w., wt modo public by Martin during a H..... ('.kilo ."4 tion in Latin America. motion&by
arch- !
Roman Catholic
: man, two ti Liar McArthur w.. 4i."" .... by Prone1..*! Trtim.n *| Last October U.S, officials indicated today
of New 'York the Rt.
bishop ;
\ Amorlcon con.m.n '*r IN the For foil. that a report that the Soviet The
Rev. Horace W B. Donegan, .
troop presence had droppedto
Episcopal bishop of New York; called on
less than 7,600 was a pretty
the Rev. Terence J, Finaly. rector agree
\ ", fair guess Presumably the cur tentials of
of Bartholomew's Episcopal
rent figure is somewhere
Church here and ministerto ming by

the MacArthur family, and IprRACE FOR GOVERNOR around 4,000 Department
Rabbi Max Schenk, president of Statement Burled the National

the New York Board of Rabbis.In The most recent formal statement Space Agepcy."The use Adams.,1.. I

Washington President Johnson by a U.S, government become one ...t

appointed Lt. Gen. GarrisonH. Mathews Rivals agency on the Soviet troop situ new I .
Davidson commander of the Says ation in Cuba came In a nine- decisions," he
1st Army, as his personal representative word observation all but buried not tapped
to lay a wreath on the in a State Department report to ought to

\ casket. Should Quit Race the House Foreign. Affairs Com the use of
Army Navy, Air Force and mittee. It said: "Most Soviet Bryant said
Coast Guard enlisted men were troops have been withdrawn tem of ded

drilled so they would be perfect Bt THE ASSOCIATED PRESS devoid of any concept of executive -!from the island." good, butit l

in today's funeral events. ,A Gubernatorial candidate John leadership" McGeorge Bundy, special assistant Further use
man from each service was to to President Johnson on added, would
Mathews of Jacksonville called Mathews said Dickinson
stand exactly two paces from ac international security affairs, ministrations
the caaket's corner, frown at today for withdrawal of one of cused Burns of deliberately said In an interview on a radio should In the
attention two opponents from the race for planning a "foolhardy" speechon and television show, ABC's "Issues derful tool be-
The regimental armory, where television March 21 for the and Answers," last Sun "Request

the simple casket of cold rolled governor State Sen. Mathews said If purpose of furthering his cam- day that "there are very many "I would to
issue, was paign for governor. This was fewer" Russian soldiers In Cuba
steel, standard Army charges by Fred O. Dickinsonof the speech in which Burns forbade /inet request
placed during the night on a West Palm Beach that Jack. Department
further racial demonstrations now.But
black-draped catafalque, datesto ,sonville Mayor Haydon Burns he said it Is a lot harderto NASA send
In Jacksonville.Mathews
1880. It is a red brick building sparked racial violence in his count soldiers "especiallywhen come and
said if the
in checked ,
they are
topped by parapets. I of
city for political reasons were
The 7th Regiment, which drills true, Burns should withdraw. true, Bums jeopardizedthe shirts," than it was to count tell us how -
old out safety of the citizens of He wouldn't want to "
an missiles
there Is 158 years And he said if the charges puters, said
militia. Its Jacksonville for purely political know exactlyhow
growth of colonial were false, Dickinson "demon- pretend "that we puters are
men, who must be "gentlemen"strated an immature and reck- reasons and "that would many" Soviet soldiers are business be

Turn.- to Page 2, Column 4) less attitude that Is completely (Turn to Page 2, Column S) still there. ized The that

would not ,

"' _____ Mt. Etna Has the Ing In next his nine .

: he urged

Violent Eruption follow Secretary la

Adams and
CATANIA Sicily (AP) A missioner

violent eruption today shook Mt. with the plan.

Etna, Europe's highest volcano, sense," said
sending molten rock and burnIng posed to accepting the recommendation mary most of the Republicanpros
ash into the air and sprayIng -
of the golf course.
several communities with a Strong Protest VoicedOn think this will keep the
QuestionedIt York In the
rain of hot land Expense New governor running
but will fall short of
was these three who out- con
Concentrate ChangeBY numbered Race and Durrancein vincing the convention he ought
to be the nominee.
a 3.2 vote asking for proposals
DAVE PRATT I Black said the average consumer on studies of soil con If it becomes apparent that

wr Ledger Staff Writer faced with a samplingof ditions and traffic at the golf Rockefeller can't make the
voiced course, a 90.acre tract at grade, the belief Is mountingthat
Strong were
protests concentrate ranging In orange
Eaton Park and the Bartow a majority of any delegation -
yesterday at public hearingto
solids content, cannot tell
Air Base committed to him would be
if Brlx
determine the or orange
Page solids content of frozen the difference in taste if the Yesterday, before the board likely to gravitate to Lodge, particularly
Y orange concentrate be Increasedas samples are less than three degrees went into the closed session, if the 1963 vice presi-
...... 11 raised the
Amusements Durrance again dential nominee wins the May
soon as possible from 42 8 to Brix apart In the recon-
Business News .... 11 44 degrees stituted form which Is about question of spending tax moneyto 15 Oregon primary.

Bridge .. ....... 5 As a result, Florida Citrus have the studies made on If Goldwater wins California's
11.8 degrees In the present the Eaton Park and Air Base
Crossword Puzzle. IS Commission agreed to let the 86 votes they would boost himto
formula sites, both of which were rejected
j jI Comics ........... IMS effective date to start produc Increasing 428 Brlx to 44 In the survey team's report first a commanding convention ballot.lead on While the

I Classified ............ 16.17 tion of the new concentrate remain -Brix, he said would mean a Approval by a survey Goldwater might be difficult to
at Dec. 1-date agreed
Deaths ................. 2 last unless concentrators hike in reconstituted form of team Is needed before a site is head off favorite Ions and other
I upon year- 2.2 12.9 state funds for
cent to which for
Dear Abby............. IS decide among them. per Brix eligible candidates appear likely to
is only 0.7 of a point difference construction.
Editorials ................. 4 selves to go ahead with the new It is necessary for a 2.0 to 2.5 According to Superintendent take out enough votes to deny

Horoscope ............... 14 formula ahead of time differential in order for the con Shelley S. Boone, two firms him a quick nomination.
Responding to queries, Dr. Goldwater has Indicated thatif
Television ............,... 15 sumer to notice taste changes. Florida Testing Laboratoriesand he can't win the nominationand
William Black, director of
I Sports ................ 12-13 economic research for Florida Charles Brokaw, quality con- Pittsburgh Testing Laboratories he doesn't concede any
trol technician for Minute Maid, have submitted proposals
Honor Guard Changed Weather Map ........ 3 Citrus Commission, cited two testified that a taste change on the soil studies. thing on this score-he would be

Women .... ... ........... 8-9 studiea'jnade of consumer responses would be apparent to the con However, those two propos- more Inclined to throw his
Mmon of th* onxoJ s.nic..tuts Vfofl chnn! of th* honor ... et the asks ofCnr ,to changes In degree weight behind Nixon than any

l l *l the Army ....100 MocArth.r In Now y,...-UP W.......) of Brix of orange concentrate. (Turn to Page 2, Column 6) (Turn to Page 2, Column 5) other candidate.t ,

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LAKELAND LEDGER. Tuesday, April I 7, INI
.. .
rt Off Date
1t f Strong Protest Puts

Arraignment Of 2 Men I \

I Put Off Until March 20 i I For Starting New Brix. Ratio

BART 0 W Arraignment A third man, Edward Leon turner only If Brix were Increased , mlnlsh the Industry's opportunity posal to hike the orange solids\

for two men charged with steal ard Cameron 42, Auburndale, I to at least 45.8 degreei: to get a larger sale of foreign content of concentrate who appeared -

ing several thousand dollars pleaded guilty last week to sim- Basic argument advanced by markets and noted. In viewof at the meeting were Rep.

from Universal Food Products ilar charges His sentencing opponents of the scheme was! current national attention on Ben Kill Griffin, who owns a
was continued until April 20 date has been let for May 4. !that the consumer could not price-fixing efforts by some Industries .,

during yesterday's Criminal Cameron, a scales man for taste the difference between I "we're in for some severe -large processing plant at Frost
II IIy9 i proof, Louis McKnight of Holly
Court session. national criticism if you
Universal, reportedly has admitted ..
Hill Packing Co., George Jennerof
Criminal Court Judge Roy H. listing false weights for f I I rig the price to keep prices up.
Salada Foods Plant City A,
Amidon continued arraignmentsafter : I H. Oehlert Jr., presIdent
fruit delivered to Universal In i' Benjamin
William B. Holland, attorney trucks driven Thompson.Also : g4! On' of Minute Maid Co. o f Kurt Krause of Bordo Products
Co. of Winter Haven; Austin
for Walter A. Smith, and - r Orlando, also stood up as an opponent
in connection with the -
D. C. Laird attorney for Wil- to increase Caruso of Southern Fruit Distributors -
aae' also of the plan
42.8 Brlx and 44 Brix. They
case, Smith has filed a Civil Dr. J. T.
and Griffiths
liam Hugh Thompson, requested force claimed added cost of the or- Brlx from 42.8 to <<.
suit seeking to paymentof
general manager Eloise
the additional time to file b solids would keep price "Taste (of concentrate) is not
almost $100,000 for fruit al- tix ange Grovel Division of Snively
motions for their respective cli- of concentrate weD the main motivating factor in
legedly delivered to Universalby too high, as Groves, Inc., Winter Haven.
ents.Neither Lake Shlpp. as cutting grower income, and the proposal before the Com
indicated what' kindsof that Immediate production 01 mission today," said Oehlert In addition, Homer E. Hooks,
motions will be filed In con- At the time the three men general of Florida Cit
the' denser product would pot "Rather he said, "l{ Is a de-
nectlnn with the case. were arrested, a spokesman for enable producers to change present sire to increase sales of concentrate rus Commission, read wires
Universal said has
Theft Charged company U. S. Grade A labels and by appealing to the from two prominent producingand
"not lost any money we are
; retailing executives. JohnM.
1 4 would wreak a heardshlp in consumer.
Smith, 55-year-old operator of in a position to recover it. We King, merchandising directorfor
inventories of the
selling present "Benefits to the consumer (in
Lake Shipp Packing House of are holding payment for fruit the 8,500-member Central
lower Brlx
Winter Haven, and Thompson, In the loads Involved.*' concentrate. any Improvement to concen- Retailer-Owned Stores of North
M. T McEvoy of Libby, Me trate) should be readily apparent -
18, a truck driver for the com- Lake, Ill., protested the increasein
pany, are charged with one Albie Pearson ana Jim Fre- MAP! Of GOLF COURSE STUDIED-WInUr Mesas More Richer1 Dontilor, second from Neill and Libby of Ocala, protested ," he said "such as a Brlx!: would "definitely be an

count of conspiracy and 16 gosl both played in 154 games) rljHr, ass soar doloili ol I mop of the Wlntor Hovon Golf Covrto with "' ....11." of Hi* School Posed "We have no ruling price cuU especially with the area for discrimination for the

counts, of grand larceny_ for the Los Angeles last season ihortly boforo the Group touted. Hi* court In golf torts From I.ft see, Posed Mombon Dor Coo whether those labels whlcl I h entry of 'Awake' and other synthetics -,'producer, who h a i already

-' !'hllll,., Gn Hood., AuiHn T. Roce, Dwrroiico Wndll WoHon carry a U. S. Grade A label will in the market.
Rolph and Suporlntondont Sbell.yS. stocked (the present 42.8 degree
*' Boon. (Lodger. Photos ly Stuort) be in grade with 44 Brlx. How Others Agree Brix concentrate.)" John H.

-- can the consumer identify this
lit Of A SOTIOIv i "It evident that the Industry Dodge, vice president of Stokely
Improved product If it isn't on seems

V.X .Tampa Negro Generals !} Officials the labels?" He said most producers is not In any emergencythis claimed Van Camp retailers, would Indianapolis insist ,

; have already stocked year," Oehlert said. Re- on
exclusive delivery of 44
ELECT degree
labels for the garding an Immediate changeto
I year. Brix at the sacrifice of the .
Gets Twenty Tour Haven 44 Brix, he said, "There is present
"A Price Problem""I In mind iltny stockpile of the current formula
I serious doubt our

BURNS Year Terms Body Lies College Site submit to you that our companies are ready for .

HAYDON problem in sales today is nota change 10 quickly" Change Defended

*1 I BARTOW A 35-year-old 'In State I' a Is differ by several thousand lem problem of price of quality," said but McEvoy a prob- Oehlert. in fact, suggested the Citrus leaden in favor of the
be wise to reconsider
dollars in industry might plan were not as forceat
Tampa Negro, already facinga the estimated cost We have priced ourseleves out strong a
GOVERNOR life sentence dealt out by and also differ in the amountof of the market." The additional increasing to 44 Brlx the public hearing yesterday

*1 Virginia courts, yesterday was field work which would be costs of producing 44 Brix, said by Dec. I, too, because when despite initial enthusiasm for

given two 20-year sentences for have won honors I in World Wars needed to make a report. McEvoy, would make prices to this was agreed upon last year, the Brlx Increase at registered
I and II. "The total circumstances then 1Ja 9-) vote for the hike
armed madeat
robberies in Lakelandlast Watson has indicated he high that concentrate would bea
summer The body lay at the Universal wants the report to provide "luxury market Item." were entirely different than" the in a meeting of the industry's
total circumstances now,
Criminal Court Judge Roy H. Funeral Chapel, Lexington Avenue concentrate quality committeetwo
I "If keep increasing the such size of the
'"- you matters as weeks .
Amidon set the sentences of and 52nd Street, not far ,. : : li l- ago.Defending
I will
,. Brlx you move this pack and quality of fruit after
'' crop
IL 1F1 ,Mathew Hairston to run con- From the hotel apartment where i .rtim';". "14' VII' outside of the state; the Com the December 1962 freeze." the changeover,

currently with a 20-year sentence MacArthur had lived the past 13 t ,. : f mission will lose control, "Mc Robert D. Flippo of Golden Gem
KK: L Ls handed out in Pinedas McEvoy and several othersat Growers, Umatilla, and the
warned, that
Evoy claiming out-
load bearing
strengths and the crowded public hearing chairman of the concentrate
LM 11YJrIJ l.iit" tu drainage potential of the three side processors could under- agreed with him. quality committee, said. "Since
Sentences ConsecutiveThe sites. Mrs. Phillips often has price Florida concentrate by
Bruce Skinner of H. P. Hood frozen concentrate came into
KK Pinellas County sentence raised the question of accessibility sticking to 428 Brlx. which 'and Sons, Dunedin, said "WenoW' being in 1930, the industry has
would continue to meet Depart-
years. Only members of the to the golf course
reportedly was set to run consecutively ment of Agriculture standards I have 15 million gallons (of exerted every effort In trying
with a life sentence, family and Intimate friends Yesterday, Winter Haven I concentrate) In retail and Institutional to produce more concentrate, at
To Increase concentrate qual.I
received Hairston after were permitted to view the Mayor Richard Dantzler and the of .
by a I /sizes in storage that we expense quality I've
McEvoy suggested Insteadthe
murder conviction In Virginia. body City Engineer Eric Bull assured "could the''will be devaluating by S3 millionas never known a time in the in.
industry raise
Hairston was accused of rob I The widow. Jean MacArthur, the board a recently installed maturity standards of the raw I far as I can figure"Skinner dustry when it was ripe for the

bing the Union/ Finance Com-,and son, Arthur, 26, visited the 48-inch control pipe fruit" noted I'this pack has whole industry to make a

pany of $1,048, last June 4, and!funeral home for about five running from Lake Elbert to McEvoy: was seconded by David I been secured by only 25 per cent 'change. Someone always has a

the Gulf Life Insurance Co. of;minutes. of a nearby lake will take care Whitley, vice president 01 I cash down and some retails,!reason not to make a change."

$928.61 last July 2. The general was clad In the Bull any said drainage problem. the main Libby, McNeill and I chains have already queried if

Also yesterday, John Still- tropical uniform he wore In the the drainage pipeis Libby plant In Chicago, who I they; will get a discount on this LADYBIRD SPEAKER

1 well Sr., 48, Lakeland, was sen-I Pacific war and during the Korean of designed Lake Elbert to keep.at 139.8 the level feet laid, "Anything that Is uneconomic C old concentrate if the industry CAMBRIDGE, Mass. (AP) -

Is Burns tenced to five years on a grand summers. In accordancewith above level is unsound." Whitley I starts production of a higher Mrs. Lyndon B. Johnson will deliver
Why Haydon sea and that the
larceny charge. The sentence his custom, he wore none lowest in the noted sales of concentrate are C density product. the baccalaureate address
-K Qualified For Governor? was set to run concurrentlywith of his many medals, just the has an elevation of golf 142 course feet. improving and said, "I think if Other opponents of the pro-I at Radcliffe College June 9.
live stars of his rank. -
1 a sentence now being Dantzler also we continue to sell at the current -

Bicouit Burnt hoi ihown his ability to provide ,..cI.rshi, served by Stillwell. As the body lay in repose, opinion that any expressed problems Involving an- level, we'll have a 13 mil

ic for our state throuh sound plonnlnf and purposeful finoncliif Mitchell Leon Piper, 22, Dead- 19-gun salutes roared at many easements the 98- lion inventory at the end of the bituarie

01 moyor .f Jockionvillo. wood, S. D., and Thomas Franklin places-at West Point where he acre tract can be worked on out year, which is not abnormal. .I -I

1 New, 21, Annapolis Md., made the most brilliant scholastic by moving the lines I have decided there is little
both of whom accused of
ic were record of all time, and later easements. place for synthetics when orange

FOR JACKSONVILLE IS ONLY breaking Into a Polk County was superintendent; in New juice gets down to the BARNEY TEW I tive of Owensboro Ky. and

-c' }? MILLION *1 grocery, were sentenced to one York, as well as other Army regular price of 19 cents," and WINTER HAVEN Barney,came here in 1959 from Easton,
year each. areas on the continent, and at argued the influx of syntheticson
MafhewsSays Tew, 48. 909 S. Rifle Pa. She was a retired operatorof
1 H. A. Thomas, 31 year old selected points in the Pacific. the market behooves the citrus Ral\gei
Look At The Progress Road, died at a Bartpw hospital a men's wear store In West
Lakeland Negro, was sentencedto In Washington, leaders of Con industry to more ,
Rivals Should worry yesterday after a short'ill Orange, Pa. Mrs. Richards was
one year on a charge of assault for I
1' gress made arrangements about holding prlees'than com ness. He was a native of Alabama a member of the First Church
BURNS MEANS BUSINESS to commit murder. 'he body to lie In state In the pounding costs by adding orange and had lived in the Fort''lot Christ of Science Winter Haven .

*, Capitol rotunda Wednesday and Quit Race solidi Meade for 22 :
:. area years before and the Winter Haven Woman'
H. ..*. Ad. ky l.k.Un4 f.r lurnt Omn. Quarterback Jim Hill of Wyoming Thursday. The general will be i
off "In For Criticism"Whitley moving to and then to Club.
got a 56-yard puntagainst
,. Kansas. this season burled building In the MacArthur at Norfolk Memorial Va., disqualify him from occupying also said productionof Winter Haven. Survivors include one son. J,
He had been employed in the!IT N.J.
the position of chief Richards Columbia. :
Saturday, after funeral servicesat executive 44 Brix concentrate will di
Burns said, 'T think his statement ,- - --- chemical Industry for 13 years one sister, Mrs. Lena Holtsman,
St. Paul's Episcopal Churchin Is so ridiculous and his' and for the past seven years asa Wetsonville, Calif; and three
that city.Former. Lakelander construction worker.. '
objectives obvious 'grandchildren.
I so that it .
Survivors include his widow, Services will be conducted at

) Haven I .. Accused Mrl. Ina Mae Tew; three sons:the Ashton Funeral Home In

\ 'In:,. 'O' 'IU' Nathan Eugene of Winter Haven Easton, Pa. with burial in the
Charles Lester of Bartow and
._ Easton Cemetery. Friends may
Woman KilledWINTER o. i Of Rape Bennie Frank of Fort Meade; call from 7 to 9 o'clock tonightat

BLASTOFF doesn't warrant a reply. The i four daughters, Mrs. Bonnie the Mitchell Funeral Home in

Ir citizens of Jacksonville are l Sue Roberta, Mrs. Jo Ann Ray. Winter
HAVEN Miss Haven
aware of the situation! An attractive 27 year old mond. Miss Glenda Jaye Tew
Dee Cats 23, who was
( )
Miami Mayor Robert King Lakeland housewife was allegedly and Miss Patsy Sue Tew all of
staff of for- DENNIE
secretarial STATZER
on High, meanwhile, lighted in on kidnaped on a busy down Fort Meade; two brothers, Travis -
l - with Polk Federal mer city manager O. K. Armstrong Dickinson and Bums. High said town parking lot here yesterday of Fort Meade and Melvin of I AUBURNDALE Dennie E
.f ) Jr. in 1962 was one Statzer of Hamilton, Ohio died
l In Tampa "Mr. Dickinson has driven to a secluded grove iufaula, Ala.; two sisters, Mrs. .
killed this relative
of three Instantly while
yesterday visiting a
t been handed the mantle of the near Eagle Lake and raped by J. O. Baker of Eufala and Mrs
weekend In a head-on collisionon Bern Stidham in Auburn-
.tat.P c j! between Bryant administration, and only an assailant who later surrendered 'Ola Mae Olive of Pinker, Ala ; dale.
State Road 520 Mr. Statzer was 50 years
Launch of savings God knows the price the peopleare to authorities In Tallahassee and six grandchildren.
I. your program Orlando and Cocoa Beach. of age.
going to have to for this Services will be held tomorrow -
Also dead were her sister. pay I Services and burial will be
NOW Polk Federal
t at and
i 10
s succession. Chief Criminal morning at o'clock at the
Deputy J. E.
t, Mrs. Susan Butts and Phyllis in Hamilton, Ohio. Kersey Funeral
Day Adventist Church
into a new orbit of financial prog Anne Harman, all lately of Or- Connection Seen DcReus reported this morning of Home of Auburndale Is
Fort Meade
with the Elder
' i .b,5,) ress! NOW Is the time to transfer lando. Miss Call lived and In her Haines sister "You can see the connection that, Donald the woman's Forrester alleged of attacker Lakeland -. :Comer of Avon park officiating. ,!In charge of local arrangements

I formerly of Dickinson and Bryant Burial in Lake Buffum Ceme- -
L- funds to Polk Federal without loss City peoplein no other address given RITES FOR HUGHES INFANT
High said. tery. Seidel Funeral Home of
.every county turned himself In at Tallahassee AUBURNDALE Funeral
of earnings. Save by the 10th
"It Just isn't coincidence that Fort Meade is in charge of
POULTRY Cr EGGS early this morning. services for the Infant of
/ first! Warren Cason, road board arrangements.MRS. son
) . earn from the Set Polk memo Mr. and
$ Mrs Amos Hughes,
ber here In Tampa, is supportIng Warrants Issued .
.d Federal soon! TAMPA fAP\-&l. Cork,. 101. to Dickinson." MW1IE GANDY Auburndale were held yesterday
rsleore. nrr.M weith' sod pncs par Warrants have been issued for 2
at o'clock at gravesideIn
High said Louis Benito BARTOW Mrs. Mamie E.
doOrMO Tampa
NX Forrester by the Sheriffs department
Auburndala Park
CartonsL Memorial
A WlioKI advertising man, supported I Gandy, 79, died Monday at the
Is U'. 27 at HIM 44 DeReus' said, Ephrim the
charging Bilges officiated at
34 M :4l :eS :: HM.Jlum Bryant and got S2 million worthof I residence of her daughter and
SEE The Missies On ilM ..3s-7.So.oL.1. him with rape. I on-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. W. service
) .m.U Itoi :: state advertising from whichhe "He
.M will also probably be' Kersey Funeral Home was In
vutlltr Costa
Kiit of Yxesptlonsl 1-1 earned 15 Thorley Clark, 225 West Clower.
per cent Now
bl' In lout loo HU
charged with
Vhol;..!. Petro.! on poullrf Mrto said High, Benito kidnapping and :She was a native of South Carolina charge of arrangements.

Display In Our Lobby! :.!:I.Alta.rJJ1l? : : a :b.':'so. Dickinson. was supporting auto theft" DeReus reported. I and had been living in
raa.r b The incident began Just after Bartow ,RITES FOR MR. CUNNEEN
I.a. h.... :Oo toss. DO NLs High said it was a mistake to and Wauchula for the
r.uortaS,deb. '.ir HIM* io dnutnill 3 o'clock yesterday afternoon, :past 40 years. She was a WINTER HAVEN Funeral
!= evaluate a candidate's -
!I n kiihor _
( DeReus stated services for Michael A. Cun
'rJ the amount of contributed when the woman of the First Methodist
4 money was seated In her car at the'Church. neen of 111 Ave. D., NE who
to his "You
campaign. are
iI EXPERIENCECotllffS equating political strength with parking lot. Survivors Include three daughters died Sunday morning at the

I the amount of money he Is ableto A man approached the car, Mrs T. E. Wilks, Goldenrod Winter Haven Hospital, will be

3r collect by making commitments DeReus said, displayed a knife Fla., and Mrs. ; B. D. held at I o'clock tomorrow

,11Z' . ," said High. and made the ,woman get Into Moore,Tampa, and Mrs. Clark; morning at St Joseph's Catholic

the driver's seat. He forced one son. Joe F. Gandy, Lake Church, with Father Mat

| Dickinson, campaigning in the her to .drive out of Lakeland Garfield; 15 grandchildren and thew I. Connolly officiating.

state's vegetable belt around toward Eagle Lake, the crimInal K greatgrandchildren Rosary services will be said

Lake Okeechobee, pledged to deputy stated Funeral services will be at at 7 o'clock tonight at the
fourlana State Road 80 from 10:30 o'clock Burial
At Eagle Lake, DeReus said tomorrow morning Crisp Funeral Chapel.
Clewlston to West Palm Beachif the man forced the woman to at the Whidden Funeral Home will be in Lakeside Memorial

elected. Chapel with the Rev Paul Red- Park

| Sen. Scott Kelly of Lakeland the drive to an orange grove, near fearn officiating Burial will be Friends may call tonight from
pavilion, where he
reported the endorsement of six allegedly In Gandy Cemetery near Con 8 to 9 o'clock at the Crisp

Polk County newspapers for his raped her. nersville i Chapel.

candidacy. Victim Struck I == -

Rep. Fred Karl I criticized I MRS. STELLA RICHARDS
After assaulting the AMBULANCE
& ..,_. ... Dickinson for Accepting a $300 DeReus said, the man woman struck WINTER HAVEN-Mrs StellaM. I
campaign contribution from Richards, 73, of 308 Hatfield''
her on the back of the head
'John Pinkerton, chairman of the to Road. Jan Phyl Village, died: SERVICE.t

State Milk Commission, when stun her'and drove off In her yesterday evening in an Avon,
I car. The woman walked to a phase cell,
Dickinson was on record as Park hospital She was des
i op- a naTHORNTON -
PDIII ffDf AlA'IIlP .J posed to retail price controls on nearby house where she tele- Tory dour of if..

milk. phoned the sheriff's department! alike sad day.

DeReus said.A .
Karl laid if Dickinson was i I'd I
elected it would amount to a description of the car and MEMORIAL HOME '

Elect continuation of the "Bryant policy the license plate number were I',;)' r.. ,

of mediocrity. broadcast and Deputy Frank I ,... Mia .t"f 417 N. Moss Aye
Mock said the car was found

BEN HILLGRIFFIN TALKS STARTED I In Orlando this morning I .. \. ..... ,.,.., I, Phone MU 6-2133

r tits NEW DELHI India (AP) Shortly after the car was

5 I: Government officials of India found the sheriffs department

'.". IB'oo, G. and Pakistan began a five-day was notified that Forreater surrendered HEATH FUNERAL CHAPELAir
conference today on Hindu-Mos. himself at Tallahassee. .
Conditioned .
11'0 CI.OM! !'orli!,, Lot
2600 S. 'LOR IDA AVE .r.- COLONIAL CORNER Your State Senator lem religious tension plaguingthe Deputy Brady was to have drive 24 HOUR AMBULANCE SERVICE t
ow s.wow waw .{ countries Hundreds of Moslems 'en to Tallahassee to bring for.
,. ... FOSTER E.
CmMio. H*M run kr*. .... Hill Hill/ Or.ll.nTrM aril ", and Hindus have been!rester buck to Polk County, De- HEATH Funeral Director
.. I Cor. Llm and
killed,, In rioting since January.j ji Reus said. I II In3fah0m Phone 682.0111


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. J :; ,- ", ''._,rJ LAKELAND LEDGER. Tuesday April 7. 1M4 3 I .
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k \, j1 ", ': 1Ib..", N.,. rom- lli' ;Jj 4.J\: \I '..,..." .v """ lue H.. :'If"."..W,' "';l ,' I ,' \ Billy Graham Reveals "THAT'S RIGHT-
( a ,,,
,\. .....>t.J1-[ ''ene : 'I'J.t; J< L1r t 15 t "'lt.r.l ':
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: " 0 -' ...- MacArthur Plan
.. . : Rejected ; !
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Temperatures In Florida And Around The Nation

STATION To Set Up State Religion siyt CENE CLARK Jr.,Africa.
r.'r ... L. Chicago ............ 65 48
Miami .... .. Milwaukee .......... 56 41 big game hunter,filer,community!
82 74 Cleveland .. ..
Key West ........... 82 67 48 Mpla-St. Paul ......39 34 ..*...r...thl.popular T....
77 Cincinnati .........
LAKELAND ........ gj n .71 55 New Orleans ....... 80 74 @JIl'etu J.rk dims I read by the Japanese people postwar constitution, which was ,.u rancher owns and oprUs
Denver ............. 38 28
Ocala ............... 87 69 Des New York ..........48 42 NSW YORK The Rev.,with stunned amazement. patterned after the U.S. constitution !- the 10,5(0 aero headquarterssection
Moines ........ 61
32 Omaha .............56 34 Graham declared' I .
Billy here today : (the famed KIT J
9n Orlando ............ 88 69 I The was the first to .
Detroit message
.............73 50
Philadelphia ........ 47 42 that General of. the Army, | Ranch,, Wichita roils
Pensacola ..........72 68 the Japanese people followingthe Mar
Fairbanks ..........48 t r EJ
37 Christians
still r
are minority
Pittsburgh .......... 60 50 Douglas MacArthur had told a tiny -
Tallahassee ......... 75 69 emperors declaration of J
Fort Worth ......... 84 **
St Louis ..... .e78 49 him in the
Tampa ............ I private conversation Japans defeat among Japanese.
.87 72 and surrender
Honolulu ............ 83 70 :::::
a San Francisco 58 48 he had
W. Palm Beach ..<... 83 73 that turned down an of- four months previous They number about 600,000, of "
Indianapolis .71
y Seattle .............. 60' 44 let by Emperor Hirohito to which roughly two-thirds are
Juneau ...... .....
.. 55 38 Christians
Atlanta ............. 60 58 Kansas City ........ 75 39 Washington ..;.1.,47 46 make Christianity. the state religion Tiny MinorityOn protestant Japan has about 80"- YELLOWSTONETH

Boston ..............50 37 Los Angeles ........ 64 4S BAROMETER of Japan. Dec 15, IMS, Gen Mac 000,000 Shintoists and adherentsand e

Charleston .......... 69 67 Memphis ........... 78 65 7 am. 30.10 1 p.m. Sunday 30 05 The offer was rejected, Mr. Arthur had issued an order about 40000000 Buddhists.
Graham said, because the gen. abolishing Shinto as the Japanese Since Japan's total population '..'-"
{ eral believed It would be wrongto national religion Freedomof a 95,000,000,there Is apparentlysome OKIATIST AMtHICAK WHISKCV

{ : impose a religion on the religious practice and belief overlapping of religious -" KENTUCKY ITIUIOHl {IOURIO.M PROOF 100 PROOF IOTTUD-1.BONO
r Japanese people prevails under the Japanese Identification. DISTILLED I IOTTUD IY YELlOWSTONE DISTILLERY CO.LOUIIVIW-owtNSIORD.so
1 1I '' i The Baptist evangelist said!
1I I ). that Gen. MacArthur told him

1'. ,ti,' ada that, shortly after the surrender -
1 cu Emperor Hirohito had privately i

declared his willingness
e ;: to make Japan a Christian nation -
and that the general had

., >',: asked time to "think about it'

After Proposal considering Rejected the proposal F More owners of low-priced cars .

ware Mr. Graham said the gen-
t eral had replied "Never. No ACT-
+ m
d 3QQPd nation must ever be made to to Olds than before
: c c conform to any religion. It fJ I are moving up ever !

.. 4 t must be done voluntarily"Mr

l Graham, preaching at

'>f/tMw. i asaria e the Mayor's Prayer Breakfast _.r ,
at the Waldorf-Astoria, took ''J
a r' '.--1.:.',
IM'MIi/MMi"o'MNr aatAM/M.4tM/ 8 eel moment to express his regret at ."w.r r"rr'
the: news of the general's death.

qtr 4 He then prefaced his sermon
a ', tea r k b'r i f Y tt n with a brief resume of a con .. ..
44 s versation he said he'd had with

wen.erwer.0ew..w ,, the general" just after he'd -- --
2991' a sIt
come back from the Far East K

was to to unuiuoltr hot, 10 to IS d.,.... .bay. norm*!, today with .."...n' fair ikm. The evangelist told nearly 1,.
000 leaders of the life at
5.", ,.1.. ckvdi ware ..p.ct.d In tho p.ak.ndht., Highi wore to rang in rho upper 80i, dropping the breakfast that his conversation ,741

to low 70i overnight. tliowhoro there was rots Of maw In oil but tho tourhwtir. Tompororuroi wore had taken place "in this
cool (AP Wir.ph.selWeathercast)
hotel" Gen. MacArthur occupied -
a suite in the Waldorf Tow


.aA He said that Gen. MacArthurhad
Partly cloudy skies and warm .. e.rra,
iEl< decided to reject the proposal
temperatures will continue i In in favor of asking the

Lakeland through tomorrow, N..n..se American people to send 10,000

with a chance of showers tomorrow wa+N Christian missionaries to evan- _=

afternoon or night gelize Japan for the Christian #
weathermen said today. ZONE FORECASTS j gospel -
Southerly winds will blow at A-Mostly cloudy and mild

8 to 12 miles an hour tonight, with scattered showers and ,, Handful Sent
increasing to 14 to 22 miles an thundershowers tonight Mostly +"'"' "We sent a handful of missionaries l

hour tomorrow. The humiditywill cloudy Wednesday and turning : F \ ," Mr. Graham said

be moderate during the cooler tonight. Lowest tonight G Gen MacArthur appeal for

day high at night. 55 to 60. Christian missionaries duringthe Oldsmobile's Jetstar 88 !
The maximum temperaturehere B, C, D-Partly cloudy to ,,,,, 'J w US occupation of Japanwas new
yesterday was 85 degrees cloudy: and warm Wednesday, disclosure but< "
not a new
1 R A. SON.
and the minimum this morningwas Scattered showers Wednesday the report that the general had Priced below 30 models with low-price names!

69 degrees Rainfall at the Low tonight 65 to 70 H considered an offer by the emperor '
city hall weather station totaled E, F, H, I-Partly cloudy and to Christianize Japan and Boasts a full-size 123-inch wheelbase !

02 of an inch, but areas in warm Wednesday. Low tonight vN had turned it down was altogether .
south Lakeland received as around 70. Southeast and south new. Sports a 330-cubic-inch Jetfire .Rocket V-8!

,much as 20 of an inch, weathermen -winds 12 to 20 miles per hour.G p No Immediate comment was
said J, K Partly cloudy Wed- who had
available from
nesday. Low tonight 70 to 75. persons
been close to Gen. MacArthur.
Southeasterly winds 12 to 20 ;
18 Inches miles per hourProfessor., On Jan 1. 1946, Emperor i
Hirohito declared that the nation -
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Of Snow FallsIn I Says EducatorsIn endary of his and it.own mythical The divinity message and was he was leg renounced Sensational performance for everyday owner driving! fjfjflin ' i.._.___

MontanaBy 'Intellectual' RutsMIAMI K-Ville Firemen

TIlE ASSOCIATED PRESSA BEACH (AP)-Amer- not argue a question for fear ofa Meet TonightThe :t r:::::MTM. V ytJ&ftffA T Tm MM ,W? WHERE ACnONISI
wintry storm tapered off in
icon educators have allowed poor grade school supervisors!
the northern and
Plains Rocklei
"settle into Intellectual who 'let well enough alone,' and
today after dropping 16.18 Inches themselves to KVille Volunteer Fire
publishers who make authors remove -
ruts and rot when the
of snow in Montana but more Department will meet tonight at
rain splashed areas in the South times cry for new and bold approaches offensive phrases in text- 8 o'clock at the Hungarian Inn.
in the classroom, says books in order to assure a sale" rout local AUTHOIIZII OIDSMOIIU aimiiT atstttINA0au6tss i rot NINsry- laar, juifiii turn w, DYNAMIC M, XTSTII i, XTSTAI H MI
and flood warnings were postedin A report will be given on the
'rof. Jack of Ohio Frymler said the
Frymier problems
parts of Alabama and Georgia status of construction of the fire
State University."Our schools face today "are most station, which has been designated M. P. TOMLINSON CO., 920-950 E. Main St.
not all the fault
certainly of the
As the snowstorm ended, colder old ways have failed as the polling place for
air from Canada spread into he said. "For years we have behaved school men involved. Just as certainly -Precinct 60, tOORINt N>l a coos DUO rail tOOl fOI THI VALUIIAttD' SIGN AT YOU OLDS NAUR'SI-

northern border areas and head- as if we could solve all however they are not going The public mt..t!: _
to be resolved _
by other
educational ills if any
ed into the central part of the our we only "
nation. Heaviest snow was in had more of the things we already group satisfactorily, -

Montana, between Helena and have-more money, more

Great Falls Strong winds time, more teachers-more and ROYALTY ARRIVES AND MONDAY 5:30 P.M. 'TIL 9 P.M. LAKELAND
caused much drifting and drifts more of what has already proved HOUSTON Tex. (AP-Queen ,

up to seven feet were reportedin less than adequate. Juliana and Prince Bernhard of:

central and northern Montana New Ideas Needed the Netherlands arrive tonight
in Houston for an overnight stop f
"What we need are new ideas
en route to Mexico City.
Wide Area Gets
and new assumptions, posed in ,- ,
More than a foot of snow fell ,"
minds swept free of fear '
in mountain areas of Wyoming.Snow How To HoldFALSE .,'Jt
Frymier told the Associationfor v irregular moldedlatex
and snow mixed with rain Supervision of Curriculum TEETHMore 1
spread across areas of the Dakotas Development, convening here, '
Minnesota Nebraska, that schools are trying to teach Firmly In Place ;Ok /rIIlI pillows !,

Kansas, Colorado and northeast I the American ideals of freedom Detour r.... Moth annoy tod tmbomM -
by cllpploc,dropping or_Db- if perfect 498
against a backdrop of lack of bum wb.auu wt. .0u,1I or tilt!
Rain and showers hit the east- I freedom in education Jiut iprlaklo 0 llttlo PABTEITH an
of your Pl. Till alkaline loon-Midi
ern Gulf states, much the He cited as examples of lack powder bold.fall. ttb m..llrml'.od I's llc Fi1
Atlantic states and In parts of 1 '' moro comforttMr No gummy.
1 Dr educational freedom teach- COOPT' . t.rllnf Dow not
Illinois, Indiana ryltit
Wisconsin Cbx-ki Itl.nWrabnnatdl
'ers who are afraid to speak out
and Lower Michigan Heaviest. 1 Dn professional matters, school drug counMn I, 00 t PABTErTK...,,_b.r..today s,5

amounts were in the north Atlantic !segregation, students who will .M/Y. r 2 f 4.97
coastal areas. __-_ u __ .-a LEfT ., ().
Torrential rains drenched

in Alabama and Georgia
areas sending some rivers out of their DON'T TRUST t1T-rEI1) ; ;q4- w Zippered covers for washing ease Cool. .

banks Twenty-nine families s' won't sag or lump One.piece construction

were forced from their homes '' for longer wear and comfort. The Imperfections I
by the flooding of the Chatta YOUR
are minor, so these are truly excep
hoochee River In Cobb County,
Ga. Alabama National Guards- whenit i tionol values! These and other patterned I Ir'

men were on a standby basis to "' 4 covers
help with evacuation of flood

victims. Flash flooding was reported comesto

in Atlanta Ga, and i

Montgomery, Ala. I

Miss Winter cotton filled I

Haven Entries INCOME TAX white mattress padsspeciapriced

Still SoughtWINTER '
twin sisei
awn the luck,MI moo 2.47
HAVEN Jay MIK'I !Ir.r. < at
: : :
looking for more win th rent nwunto S
cees are
.. rtil
h. h th.
entries in their Miss Winter .. .
tool fr th* < t" th
Haven contest to be staged nest wq .. .*".'". S 1 """'4''X"'"" ',' N'"l "" '' "" Sure mattress protection with these pure

Saturday night at Nora Mayo ton rwir.. IKMIM hMM Ul H" k.'.s R. 5 !k s',1' :'+t'1 % : 't''i _i '"'t white, oil-cotton filled pods Closely quilted,

Hall. five entries LOCK. f.v* "me- rim : ,., : !:.: ,Jt .'' seamless cover, tope bound edges and anchor
So far. only wwNun /N '
a+ bonds to prevent slipping Also avail
have been received; 10 are .LOCK .M/! UP1IUARANTII ,
hoped for.Prospective. able in limited quantities: Full size, specially

contestants be- l1i r priced . . . . .... . ....... .* \ ..3.47MaAS'
tween 18 and 25 years of age w. I..n... -..... ,..,..ori.. of airy ,.. sawn. -N
and are asked to con- I w. owl. .., *"or. th.1 owl y.ay Minify or Infer**,-I 1
single I w. wl .h .....1. w Lund, '
tact Jaycee Larry Tucker at I Linens and Domestics

CY 33044 or 248 Ave. K, NE I '

A mystery prize will top a il o. ;
list of prizes, including a H'RIB
$SO bond four $25 bonds and FOR CONVENIENCE, USE YOUR MAAS' CHARGE
... .
N..n' Urtnt T. ,..?? OIP*M A rM the U S.
entertainment list, still 106 WEST WALNUT ST. SORRY, NO MAIL OR PHONE ORDERS
will includethe
In preparation Polk County Hootenany 'W..k.,1 9 A.M. f. 9 P.M., Set. ..4'Sy-. '.5. Pit, "-195l 1t

&roup of folk singers. yatL.a.KINO NO A'.OIOOTM.NT "ICnIAIIY t ,I


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C LAEELAND LEDGER, Tuesday, AprU 7, Uel t. It' Old Soldiers Never Die The Demo CampaignFor

LLEDGER EDITORIALS I I'Buying' j Vice Presidency :


Human LifeA Goes UndergroundBy I

JAMES RESTON and can command a lot more

'll.rk deanWASHINGTONThe by exercising the patronageand
rather startling idea for avoiding principles, not enough of Florida's individual Jf.i Intense other powers of the prest.

death on the highway is being suggested communities are making far- competitloo for the vice presidential dency but it was Kennedy and

by the National Safety Council. sighted plans to move traffic efficient "" nomination on the not Johnson who did the larger
ly. Many urban areas have failed ; ended job of building the Democratic
has not -
The council wants the people to spend t Democratic: ticket national machine In 1960 and
thus far, to provide for rf
righti-of-way e : It has merely gone under- in the three years of his
more money, through supported bypasses that would permit the mo- brother's presidency.

programs, in order to save lives. torist to avoid congestion. Express- ground to know the
i t Nobody even claims Accordingly, loyalties of
Such a suggestion is notable if for ways and traffic circles are not popu- : iF iFt President Johnson1 preferencethougn a great many delegates to the !
lar with businessmen who fear loss of suspect It Democratic convention still
nothing than Us boldness. Lakeland many run to the Kennedys, and the
the traffic which passes their doors. ), Humphreybut -
and Polk County ought to take careful r t+. li Sen. votes of a great many more
one thing i Is fairly clear. could easily go there In the
note of it because as today's head- TIlE SAFETY COUNCIL says this a r The range of choice U wide belief that a JohnsonKennedyticket

line tells us the county has had its country already has the basic tools l t and the quality of the available would carry more Democrats

22nd traffic fatality for 1964. and knowledge to pull down the Zoom- L : candidates U exceptionally flees than into state any and other local ticket of.

ing traffic toll if it would only use high. And this is what often
And the year isn't very old >et. them It has been a long time sincea moves
more effectively.It his had as talented a Delegates more than the prospects
of the national election.
cites the need for group of men to choose from
FOR A REASON that is hard to ex- more traffic it at Senator Humphrey Attorney
police, more driver education, more Adlal THIS IS not to say that
plain, the safety movement has been General Kennedy,
traffic engineering, improved driver Defense Secre- President Johnson could not
E. Stevenson,
timid in asking for money real I'Y
and insist on the running mate he
licensing procedures.How Robert McNamara.
money to prevent accidents. Lots ; Sargent Shrlver. The Demo- wants particularly if he mad

of people have decided by now that much more would all this cost? i t crate are deeply divided on his choice known before the
safety can'be had for free, or at leastat which of these men should be convention, but if he does not,
Five hundred million dollars a that the the campaign! for Kennedy
bargain basement prices.A chosen, but they agree now proceeding quietly underground .
year list U well above average
great deal is being done, here in %2rZ- Mr, ww iwr, Senator Humphrey Is In an could easily surface
What does the violently on the convention
Lakeland and throughout Florida, to oddly paradoxical position. floor and In the convention galleries
trim the horrible toU of dead and it would buy? He has gained in stature In and force the President

maimed. Public school driver educa- A saving of 22,000 lives a ;year. And his Southern party conservatives, even among, in the the either to accept Kennedy or

tion is paying off by producing more for those who may be interested in Voice of the last decade. He is a shouter before risk splitting the television the party camerasin openly

able, courteous drivers. Highways are the dollar and cents angle, it could People and a worker, and the President Atlantic City.

getting wider, safer, and better engi- save $3.5 billion a year in accident In some likes ways him he personally is hurt,pre but Sargent Shriver Is not discussed .

neered, thanks in large measure to costs. because he Is much so much now as he
cisely very
the talent and very hard work ofLakeland' This Is The Ledger's Opinion Page like Johnson himself and It was a month or so ago. The
The nation's traffic toll hit an all- President is impressed with
John Phillips, chairman could be that the more effective
time high of 43,400 deaths in 1963. In 'is in the civil him. Shrlver gets on well with
both of the present Road Departmentand Thb Hit..1 l i.|. .f,.". the Mwtssf'l .... .,1...... a ....tt..f current lilt..... .U Hi4rtrUI bill piloting the Senate, businessmen and with con
the first two months of this it rights through
the Florida Turnpike Authority. year ..1.! .... It ",.Ic.mn tfc. .,111I.... .l M.41" I. rk. vek..l eke F.*pl. Cdum. .. L ttn mutt the less chance he will have gress. He is an attractive

The 'pIke and the multi-lane interstate went up 22 per cent. *. llfMd ..t tar tee wrlNr't .eI...., ht MUMS will t. wit...!. up.* r.*....... A taHt >....14 ... of getting the nomination. ambassador abroad. He has

roads ought, by themselves, to cut the If the same thing were tohappenin .IC.** 250 web, ..4 ,.ilry c.mi.t I k* m4. Tfce LecI..r nttntt the right t. ri.ct .., letter *r qualities good looks that and are sophistication rather in,
IF does succeed -
FOR Humphrey
death toll some. say, polio or some other great threatto (tort.* if. OpInteM. .f clunmlfN .n4 ether .......tutor. .,,..' .li.wk.r. M Hilt ,.... in getting the controversial short supply here now, and
the national welfare would hesi- he has the support of Bill
SO MUCH FOR the side. we civil rights bill accepted -
tate to move in on it with money and Notes tators upon the decisions Interpreted similar companies have the President could easily Moyers, Johnson's young and
Where are we deficient? For one thing, action? Court this to mean that an opened their doors to Negroes decide, not to reward him with influentlalalde.

highway-side business Interests often employer would have to>> hire if there were no imminent .. This last point Is probablymore
needed such DecisionEDITOR those who couldn't meet minimum Important than It
fight improvements as legislation such apopears.
requiring a i
IT IS TIME we moved in on traffic Job requirements Moyers, In a curious
dividers in the center of multi-lane move? I am of the conviction Washington!
highways. These self-interested accidents on an emergency basis. : A decision last Can a company which cannot that it is only this pend- -, sort of way, Is Lyndon John
pea We in Florida where select Its employee on the ing legislation which has given son's ideal of what the President
population and month by the Illinois FEPCan
ple seldom win, but they do manageto basis of ability, control its national chain the strength the vice presidency, but to himself would have likedto
delay needed roads by harrassment. traffic both are booming, have a big organization closely resembling quality and hope to stay In to Ignore local and archaic keep him In the Senate to carry be at 29, and the fact that
stake in joining with the council to the Fair Employment business? mores and to adopt a nationally the Johnson legislative pro Moyers would leave the White

Although the Road Board itself is work in active support of this commonsense Practices Commission proposal Perhaps the "education" consistent open door gram House tomorrow to work for

following sound safety engineering proposal that would be set up under 'provided by this Illinois FEPC policy.. Attorney General Kennedy's Shriver at the Peace Corps

the civil rights! bill as passedby decision will help clear up the CURIOUS prospects are probably better has Impressed the President
smoke screen that the broad than is generally supposed about Sbriver's abilities.
the House, has caused
delegation of power to the It is widely assumed that the Shriver, however, probably
some prominent Northern Senators Federal government creates Feels Soviets President does not want him, has to get the Kennedy family -
much concern which is probably true, and vote before he can get the I
I A Great And Able General In this decision, an employer OBSERVER that the President can easily Johnson vote, and if the attorney
was ordered to hire an applicant Will Pay Up atop any campaign for him general really wants
for employment who 'Approach Truth'EDITORI which la not necessarily true. the vice presidency; the position i'

,.. had failed EDITOR In my opinion. The attorney general has of a mere In-law could be
The Old Soldier has faded . cific Was he an aptitude test awkward.'
away. meeting. a too-ambitious the Soviet Union and other more strength among the Influential
When General Douglas MacArthur general who challenged, unsuccessfully given to all who applied for I am happy to countries with overdue debts working politicians '
retired as general of the armies in the traditional civil the same kinds of work The commend the Lakeland Ledger will make the payments necessary within the Democratic Party STEVENSON and McNa
authority of Your editorials
seem to to than other vice mara are probably no more I
employer, who for had maintain their voting any presidential
1951, he was already 71 years old. He the republic? Or was he a patriot who .employed Negroes years In all departments be approaching truth with rights and avoid a showdown.I candidate, and what Is than outside chances but they .

recalled, for the occasion, a line froman couldn't stomach his orders and pre was also orderedto honest curiosity and convic believe they realize the U.N. not so widely realized, prob- cannot be ruled out. As the "

old and obscure song, "old soldiersdon't ferred to bow out instead of obeying stop giving the test to any. son tion., I As appreciate a professional this per. is the only organization now ably more strength in the Presidential nominee of his
very capable of solving of the party organization than the party on two occasions Stevenson
die some
they just fade away. them? This generation is too close to body. much. differences between nations. President himself still has a national follow.

No two Americans, it seems, hold the event to make that historical FEPC The reason It given by the Nevertheless I must ask The U.N. will survive becausewe log and even a world follow

the came opinion about General Mac- evaluation. All we know, for certain, "dlsadvantaged: was and"unfair"culturally to one question about your editorial live in a world that fears THERE IS a large misconception ing. McNamara's strengthslie

Arthur. lIe was revered and widely at this point in time and space, is that deprived groups" The Chicago Needed(?"Yes.", April But 4)Is. a Would Law nuclear war. Johnson about has powerful this. President in the fact that his abilities -
support have carried him to the
loved; also widely disliked and often General MacArthur was an able of- Tribune and other commen- the Howard Johnson chain and L RAY DOMINICK: la many areas of the North pinnacle of the cabinet.Washington's

mistrusted. He commanded the sol- ficer who served his country. many

diers who drove the bonusmarchersout years, in peace and war.

of Washington; later he became

almost an idol to America's second Make-Believe RhetoricBy i

world war allies and, yes, even to the

defeated Japanese when he served Business Writing
as ARTHUR KROCK FOR INSTANCE, if "every- treaties.. That would
flirt In
seem to South
the Allied or our troops out . not tonight
occupational commander Neto florfc Cunt: thing necessary" turns out to rule out a neutralization past "bolster the of "
from 1943 to 1951. A recent survey indicates that 5 WASHINGTON Criticisms be the active involvement of for the two segments of Viet South Vietnamese capacity to the but after using "procedures"
prose which will enable
About the General's greatness of per cent of all business letters are of the administration's foreign United States military focus nam as general De Gaulle cute the war successfully on "us to arrive at
spirit, however, few would dissent. written to correct errors and omis- policies by the foremost Re- on the Asian mainland, Nixon's has proposed. But President its present scale," meanwhile dation. an
sions in previous correspondence. publican leaders proved the comment no more than Johnson has taken the same supporting them "by the most Very few with Morse.
One of the truly notable military men accuracy of Senator Fulbright's McNamara's prepared the stand In present or foreseeable effective means available"But agree
of our time, he was undisputably an As serious as this may be, there is complaint that. American people for such an circumstances. the political orator who But critics, ,unlike whose the Republican includesa

able commander who inspired confi- at least the consolation that the errors where the Far order from an administrationIn Senator Fulbright, In the has made the most definite presidential candidate party who

dence in the general public and awe have been caught and corrected.Of East cerned Is, con-"an power now or next year. speech some Republicans have proposal U, characteristically is the agent and part architectof
The darkness
same Invests the attacked "
in the camp of the enemy. Not so even greater concern is the fact elaborate vocabulary vocabulary of the other Re- actually offered as "appeasement.a more specific "This, Senator is a civil Morse war of," he Oregon said. the administration's Vietnam

well known is General MacArthur's that far too many business letters are of publican critics where this program. Two>> options "A horrendous mistake was policy Is not, the saying Oregon in divers maverick

range of talent. A keen student of cold, impersonal, ambiguous and distressingly has make become- believe possible prospect Is concerned he said call for thorough re- made in this country's going tones the same things the administration

international law, he held two law degrees lacking in anything likelyto compulsory In telling Senator recent Goldwater audiences, too.that was if examination: expand the COB- into (it) . Wa ought to get is saying.

(Western Maryland and Pitt). bring about a warm and friendly both official elected he would invoke a firm

He also was a graduate engineer and relationship between writer and re and public discussion ww policy in Vietnam. But in his

lifelong sporting fan (president, Olym- cipient. ." For remarks the' same inchoate

pic Committee, 1928)). After his retirement Some people have the gift of writ- the halted Republicans KROCK would qualification"do all appeared that is :neces He Washington Memo

the general served as board ing better letters than others. But it where they criticized the ad- sary." .

chairman, successively, for RemingtonRand would seem that almost any businessman ministration for halting-the He did cross Into specificsthe

and Sperry Corporations. of good will could and would point where generalizations line at which.most of the Cowles Washington Bureau
for "victory" In Vietnam end other Republicans have halt-
General MacArthur challenged the write a sincere, firendly, informative and Science problem Government
specific proposals begin. ed alongside the administration. : scientists at Los Alamos harm-
wisdom of his commander-In-chief, letter that would convey his message The only difference, since the He would "interdict" the less doses of radioiodine to find out how children's thyroid are using retain Io

President Truman, over' the conduct clearly and pleasantly. Republicans employed the North Vietnam supply routes dine. All the kids have to do is sit absolutely still in front of glands radiation de-
of the Korean War in 1951. For this, It's an inexpensive way to win same "vocabulary" of make- of the communists fighting thegovernment tector for 15 minutes while it traces the radioactive materiaL How to keep

he *was relieved of his command by business Instead of lose It. It's wortha made believe the was that the critics forces in South youngsters four to nine years old absolutely still for 15 minutes? You con-
more sounds Vietnam, which implies he duct the experiment in the afternoon when
the President in a dramatic mid-Pa little extra effort typical of an opposition. would at least employ the U.S. vision, and rig a TV set so they can watchlt there's if they a cartoon show on pot
Former Vice President Nixon Air Force to bomb them out. sition So what' the stay In just the right
problem? Getting them
while on the ground at But he also predicted this on still going on. out of there while the show is
Saigon In a tour among the "if necessary" so that the only
LAKELAND LEDGER foreign clients of his law Implied difference with what *
firm expressed agreement the President and McNamara
Two-party horses To
: give you some Idea of how
with the estimate he attributedto have said is that, since the actual the Republicans here lean things have been for
these last few and how
"many American officials" war is in South Vietnam starved they are for some-
thing; to do at night: The Women' National
ea.OXea parr iOWL. III.I Democratic
he has encountered-that indecision between Communist and is on a
I Imperial I I Polk County.World's . .' ut........-..".......c.JO, .v.."N...Xaaa18ON'".TT"....T.I....a.V.I........ and Inconsistency of communist South Vietnamese non-, Wi.1"/? April school 15, at In which Vienna the famous Pixanner danclnj hones from the
.-.... UiM, .o. ."OWILL. the administration's Vietnam the administration would con- Austria, will give their opening show. Tickets -
Citrus c. ": '"" eX..La. at $%5
a copy, are in heavy demand< even by
LlY.MUNr.udiCXa.O C''ot.' ... _, .., policy have brought the United fine air force bombing activityto people who admit' they are
.no "II. Republicans
..''UY. PrMtMtiM ...._. States to a "critical turnIng the depots in South Vietnam
-point" lo Southeast Asia. where the supply routes *
"The United States," he said, from Hanoi terminate, and
The LEDGER'S telephones: All Deportments--686.1151 New man, new deal: Replacement of Pierre
"cannot afford any more compromises Goldwater would bomb themat Salinger by George Reedy as
with the communists their sources. White House press secretary has produced some interesting aide-effects. Newsmen

JUIJCRIrTION LUIS whether called neutralization who had become accustomed over the past three years to by assing the
or something el.... But FORMER PRESIDENT Eisenhower press office In requesting special stories suddenly discovered It Ian t that way
MOM DtUVHYi in also approving the latest who was among the any more Now the word is "ask George. He's a long-time, LBJ man and
0.. y... _.... ...... $2140 0.. MoOi .It.It.to. $ '.tS statement by Secretary of Defense Republican critics, also stayed apparently the boss has passed the word to make sure reporters follow channels -

I Six ...His .to. It .. $11,70 W..k . . . . .. .. S ..41On McNamara that "every- Inside the line of generalization. from now on.

Thru ...Mki $ SIS '..', fcy mall . . U.CO thing necessary to victory" The best way to deal I *
will be done, the distinguished with the U.S.S.R. "or any
Republican world-trotter and communists," he said was to Splash: Everyone else has been kidding about President T of

Published afternoons and on Saturday and Sunday morning by dark hone In the forthcoming stand up to them and call any the White House swimming pool, and now the chief executive aSently figures -
stake-race at San Franciscoleft bluff: it is "silly" and "naive"for he might as well get some mileage out of it. too He
Lakeland Newspaper Corp., Lakeland, Florida 33802 this formula equally as the United States to base of Baptists about the day the Rev. Billy Graham and Bill told a visiting group
vacant of that specific which its own Immediate or collective White House aide who Is an ordained Baptist preacher Moyers, a young
alone would make it meaning defense on the signaturesof of swimmers. "Everyone else was already a Christian were among a croup
ful. communist government to baptizing each other" Mr. Johnson said. *0 they j just took turns

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year the American Contract When West discarded I hearton War On Poverty

Bridge League donates hun- the second round of clubs,
dreda of decks of
slightly used South
gave some thought to the
cards to be "brallled" for blind situation. He then proceeded to By FULTON LEWIS JR. convicted under the Smith T'1 "1nsr tulerwtaw

players. The corner of each play the hand as though he WASHINGTON Top-level Act."
, card is marked In such a way I!could see not only two bids but Presidential advisors are now Ralph (lelstetn. president of
that the suit and denominationcan all four. He cashed the third studying a document praisedby the United Packing House
1I be "read" with the fingertips club winner discarding the ten the Communist Party as Workers Helstein has been
I by those familiar with the of spades from dummy. North, "one of the boldest solutions kept off the AFL-CIO Executive -I e
r alphabet of th_ blind. who had taken a look at his yet offered in __ Council by George Messy ,
Many blind enthusiasts play In partner's hand was horrified by the drive to who apparently considers him ,
I tournaments and at least two end poverty in too far to the left. In April. I I'I
1r have become life masters They NORTHA the US" 1953, Helstein pushed throughhis >t tilt '
1f supply their own duplicate 103V The report union's executive board a P
f boards made up of brained 10 71 S was presentedt denunciation of American Far
cafds. At one time the tourna + AJ$4 h e White Eastern policy calling for
II ment organizers had to keep two (2 House by a U. S. withdrawal from the
,I of the blind competitors in separate WESTI' EAST group of left- area and bemoaning the "trag
, playing sections since each Q972 K8IS wing I Intellectuals ic waste of human life in
, player used his own coding, and 9842 .KI who call Korea." t II
could not read the other's braille 10 7 12 + K themselves the are * aw. inaeo
markings. But since that time I 43101743 Ad Hoi Com. Sen. Wayne Morie spent .c, ratawr
I.r the symbols have been stand SOUTH (D) mitten on the LEWIS $2,880 of the taxpayers' money
ardlzed. A A J4VA Triple Revolution. Among the the other day when he Insertedin
The hand shown In the din Q'J group's 'recommendations is the Congressional Record +
is said to have been 32 pages of letters that he anrarrr
gram played <\Q53.AAICQS one that the Government guarantee
by a blind declarer In auction "to everyone an annual claims to have received from
days, but the bidding has been I income whether or not he citizens applauding his position R'i
modernized. this procedure and Inquired works. that we should pull out
of South Viet
Alternative Bid Chosen Nam i
anxiously whether South knew: The 32 members of the
Many textbooks would indicate what he had in the It'' group * *
, a two no-trump opening seemed that South might have: include some some veteran avowed Communist Socialists Thirty-eight of for m rem.ploy" IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIawdnw II III I
the LBJ Co. have
for South but by modern tourna- misheard the dummy, or mis frollters
and self
some -proclaimed filed suit in Texas, chargingthe .
ment standards 23 band
a 'point remembered it.
.pacifists Among the firm welshed
on a profit-
is too strong for such a bid. The "You must be the blind one," members are: sharing scheme. Mrs Lyndon
alternative is an artificial forcing -retorted South. "I'm to
going W. H. vice Johnson was chief stockholder a
"Ping" Ferry,
opening of two clubs, followed "
make all 13 tricks. -'it
. president of the controversial at the time of the dispute but t .J
by a rebid of two :
no- He led a diamond to dummy'sace has since
Fund for the Republic. Ac- placed holdingsin
trump to show 23 or 24 points taking East's king with as
trust. The
cording to the House UnAmer employes say
and a balanced hand. North'stwo i surance and finessed the heart Ican Activities Committee the firm owes them more than
diamond response Is, of queen successfully., The ace of Ferry was active in the drive 19000.
course negative and his subsequent -hearts gathered in East's king to free Carl Braden an Identified .
three-club,which: bid Is a delayed and the heart jack was cashed. Communist sent to prison Disgruntled i Now-Kelvinator r has the answer for growing families
Stayman operates lit was then simple to take the for contempt of Congress.
ly as if the opening had been diamond nine and make the
two no-trump. South denies a remaining tricks In the dummy. He Review has written Marxist for the Monthly Adventurers Burn The new Trlmwill refrigerator gives them twice the storage space In the time floor space as their prtttntrffrlf

major by bidding three diamonds South bad not "seen" the op- lion called a for unilateral publics disarmament Viking ShipTUNIS eritor-and the Trlmwall keeps their food truly sate at the lowest "No-Frest" operating cost

and North settles for three posing cards but he knew that and accused I. Edgar .
notrump.In West always led the fourth-high. Hoover of ",ententioul (AP-The Long Ship At )'our family grows, your food needs grow, But your kitchen doesn't That's why

auction bridge overtricks est of his "longest and shortest" poppycock" for charging the a copy of Viking vessels, ended KeMnator designed the Trlmwall to girt you 17 cubic fret of storage la' the urn FREE! This new KilvlnilprTrlmwill
were often as Important as they against no-trump. So, when he
Soviet Union with espionage its to America
In flames
floor 8-cublc-foot filled before Both and freezer
refrigerator refrigerator Rifrlgintor-Friizir
space your :
are In a modern duplicate game, showed out on the second club, Monday Six Irate adventurers
and this explains the weird- It was evident that ha held a a decided to burn it rather than sections are "No-Frost," toot! II you hive one of the 50 oldest
Army general. His writings
of which South Ktlvinitor/ rainier' atori In Mctitn use
line 4-4-4-1 distribution and had neither
looking play -
have appeared in Political turn it over to Tunisian authori Kelvlnator's exclusive new Trlmwall construction keeps operating costs far below
adopted. The lead of the spade of the missing kings, leaving ties. today!Just Ml/ your denier MW how
two brought the three, king and South to play a double-dummy Affairs Communist official Party organ, USA of, and the A pursuing boatload of Tunisian similar-sized fiwtleu refrigerator Here's" how! The Inside wall, the miracle foam old your Ktlvmitor It You may wins

ace on the first trick. South then problem. So South not only in the National Guardian, a police and customs men did Insulation and the outside wall are bonded Into one solid unit. That super-aolid new Trimwilt rtlngtntor is part
cashed two high clubs a maneuver made 13 tricks, but at auctionhe of the 1 Kilvinitor
publication found by Congress not interfere when Robert Marx, wall holds both refrigerator and freezer at safe, more uniform temperatures, no
with a rather delicate could score the full bonus 5011) Anniviniryctltbntionl S :
to be "the virtual official propaganda 29, of Pittsburgh Pa., and his
point. for a grand alam. arm of Soviet Russia." five European crewmen set fire matter how hot the kitchen gets. And, because: Kelvlnator's wall Is built to last a ,

He has addressed a rally to the 72-foot craft. lifetime, It doesn't leak cool air out or let room heat In.
Brazilian Senate Gives sponsored by the .Nations The Long Ship went down two
Council for Soviet-America miles off Bizerte where Marx
Friendship a group cited by docked last week and tried to
Election Bill ApprovalBRASILIA. the Attorney General as proCommunist sell the ship after leaks and I .
and other defects made it unfit for
subversive You con own this new Kclvlnoror Trlmwall for only $429.95 W/T
Brazil (AP-The Conservatives behind the coup and has written for that further sea duty.
Brazilian Senate approved a bill are pressing for the election of group's organ New World Re He decided to burn the ship LAKELANDB.
I Gen. Humberto Caitelo Branco view. after Tunisian officials told him
early today calling for immediate army chief of staff and a leaderof Bayard Rustln Integration he would have to pay an 80 per F, F. J, M. Field's, Inc. F. Goodrich Niti ft Day TV ft Appliances, Inc
congressional election of an the revolt. leader. Rustin is an admitted cent Import tax to Belt it. Highway 91 114 Wed Mete! 112 AuturnJtU
I interim president! to serve the The constitution says a military one-time member of the Young Marx and his crew set out I fl
20 months left of loan Goulart'a man cannot be president Communist League He is now from Yugoslavia last month to BARTOW'IA HAINES CITY
[ term. unless he quits active duty 90 executive aecretary of the try to prove his theory that the' & H Tire & Appliance Center Fuller Electric Co. FORT MEADE

With speedy approval of the days before a vacancy occurs War Registers League a Vikings crossed the Atlantic 590 North arM4wty C02-604 Injr.K.m Coleman Appliances
But it was felt that the presenceof pacifist group and earlier this long before Columbus,
bill expected in the Chamber of 9,000 troops who moved into year attended a party held at 5 .
I Deputies the election appeared Brasilia with armored units on the Soviet consulate in. New j,. :
likely to take place Thursday Saturday would persuade con York. ( l

This was the target date report- gressmen to heed the. military's WILLIAM WORTHY, new '
edly set by the military leaden wishes. man. Worthy has been In hot ,,4
The dispatch with which the water with the State and Jut \ ,
who overthrew Goulart and are
Senate drafted the new law and tlce Departments for Ignoring .
I anxious to restore the government passed it, all within one day, bans on travel to Red China I tV II
before any new crises indicated the military pressure and Cuba. A Federal Court ri
arise. The constitution provide! on the lawmakers. recently ruled, however, that i J
j for the election to be held 30 Brazilian banks and stock exchanges Worthy could not be Jailed I I --- 19a

days after the presidency is v*- reopened Monday amid for visiting Cuba without a ..

1 cated. signs' of new confidence in the valid passport I 3rd alley 3rd Mgge after ,
1I nation's economy since the over- The Rev. A. .. Muste, veteran 3rd biggest seder biggest
1j I Train Derailed I throw of Goulart who was accused -I pacifist leader. Must '.51) 1903

1j j by conservative foes of I was an "impartial observer'Invited
planning to deliver Brazil to the to the 1957 convention
J By Rockslide Communists. of the Communist Party. According .
1I j to G-man Hoover he
has "long fronted for the Com
WILLIAMS. Arlr. (AP) An PREMIER LEAVES munlsts and (once) circulated 1'<
engineer was killed and eight SEOUL South Korea (AP- an amnesty plea for the release ;' ,

I other persons including fourl Premier Choi Doo-Sim left today of Communist leaders '. .'
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crewmen were injured to represent South Korea . '
Santa Fe train was derailed at the funeral of General of the MOVED TO ,

j Sunday by a rockslide 15 miles Army Douglas MacArthur. He 118 W. LEMON ST. about being '
I The thing
west of Williams in northcentral took with him South Korea's important

Arizona. !highest award the Order of I Lanier Upshaw, o '
The five passenger cars of the Merit for National Foundation 16Cintemcr :

train It-car train carried stayed 100 upright.passengers The ''Arthur.which will be conferred on Mac-II, .._r. "Parkin...._*..fwn.......== popular is staying! that way. ::. ' .

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The. five-unit diesels were The Same Old SystemIs : Wide-Tracl( Pontiac ',"tF..:I' :
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ripped open were Jack-knifed '
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r 6 LAKELAND LEDGER. Tuesday Apr111,1964Ophthalmologists I 1 Alaskans
:! mrrocrf KKJIIM mm' w mat'Di wff! ac'wnttwniAMERICA'S niwrnat ryrYa '

Optometrists InvolvedIn I Begin.Work: I '

Dispute Over Danger Of Contact Lenses To Rebuild\ ., '

ANCHORAGE:, Alaska, Thirty-five ,refugees front( the
Q)V'rfrVorkllima "It appears that the principal cases of blindness or near Optometrists are educated tion, he said, "is only a public village of, Portage, 4{ mOei'
WASHINGTON spokesman difficulty arises from improper blindness and 400 other cases trained and licensed to examine relations arrangement for the southeast of here, are staying
a ihe rS for the Food and Drug Administration fitting, Insanitary practices by I of eye damage to contact lenses eyes, determine vision problemsand purpose of disseminating pro a log lodge called "Diamortd.
testified yesterday that the wearer, or wearing the Dr Stone is director of the prescribe lenses. They are eye-physician (ophthalmologist;) Jim's." '
no evidence had been found that lenses too long at a time," Rankin Ophthalmic Plastic Research doctors of optometry but are not propaganda "and antl-optometry An Anchorage grade school I is
M the plastic in contact lenses I said. "These are not mat- Laboratories at the Massachusetts medical doctors.Dr. propaganda. home for 268 Indians from Ko
caused blindness or other eye ters I that we can control." Eye and Ear Infirmary. Maurice G. Poster of Nww Rogers said that "Optome- disk Island
York, cbalrman of the American trists have really been hurt"in
injuries. Stone has suggested that there Thirty-eight villager*, from'
However, Dr, Winton B. Rankin Lenses might be chemical Impurities Optometric Association's recent weeks. He said Stone Chenega are living In a,church
told a special Senate subcommittee The FDA Investigation was In the plastic material (methyl Committee on Contact Lenses, and his foundation did an "ex- at Cordova.
an "extensive inI I begun early last month after Dr. methacrylate) that Is most said studies of lens materials cellent hatchet job" on the na These' examples of how
are ,
vestigation" Into such a possibility 1 William Stone Jr of Boston reported widely used In contact lenses had disclosed no impurities that tion's optometrists. I Alaskans and relief
Is under I that he had traced 14 He also suggested that an Ill- could lead to eye damage. He called for "an investigation agenciesare
way_ for those left homeless
caring -
of Dr. Stone and the Na-
fitting lens could scratch the I Poster said there should bea
.k by the earthquake and tidal
tional Medical Foundation for
crackdown "unlicensed
cornea, making it more susceptible on and
J.ttt )( pjAM to infection. untrained and unsupervised lay Eye Care to determine if any waves of March 27.

4. : : Only qualified physicians men" who are fitting contact laws have been, or are being Called Unusual
) $ 'Lf.lt lenses "for violated through their conspirsey -
(ophthalmologists) should pre- a staggering num- Disaster workers call It one
their activities.
: r $ vay scribe contact lenses and supervise ber of patients or of the most unusual and diffi
ncet11 911C1ei1ta < :b t "fit their use, Stone has sug Dr. W Judd Chapman of Tallahassee cult relief operations of recent l
gested. president of the Amer Savannah In times. Faced with poor communications .

l\ Yo ;'!',I..4un ; J No M.D. HeldStone's also ican stressed Optometric the Association safety or, Texas Dock and great distances,
relief forces have relief on helicopters -
fitted lenses.
properly contact '
TAX ASSESSOR"Herth : : planes, tracks, autos
were disputed today by1 "Contact lenses
: are now apart For Cleaning
and foot
travel to bring aid.
SELLING who appeared today
LARGEST optometrists of life, in most American
OLD KENTUCKY BOURBON Svlttit1i 'txierienct"; before the special Senate homes," he testified. "They are GALVESTON Tex. (AP) Money and other contributions
6 YEAR : ,Nt ;.; r; : subcommittee which is lookinginto have poured in from around the
wonderful devices when
... .... properly After of little activity,
IH... .:J.i frauds affecting- the elderly. fitted and administered by the nuclear a year ship Savannah is in country. A 7-year-old New Jersey .
qualified vision specialists" boy offered an Easter bas
drydock undergoing a general
ket. Portland lumbermen donate
Stone Attacked
clean-up. ed a shipload of lumber and
Dr N J. Rogers of Beaumont. The sleek ship, the world's Idngshoremen offered to load it
Tex., an optometrist, describedDr first atomic-powered merchant without The Japanese
TOMORROW ONLY pay. government -
moored here
vessel, was nearlya
Stone as spokesman for and Pope Paul VI each
because of labor prob-
the National Medical Foundation year sent $10,000. The Methodist
lems. During that time her bot-
for Eye Care. The founda Council of Bishops declared
tom became encrusted with bar-
nacles and paint began chipping April 5 Alaska Earthquake Appeal

The. Savannah is scheduled to Sunday Cash Needed
.. week for Houston
eave next Red Cross and Salvation
New Orleans, Baltimore, Boston Army spokesmen ..Id'further
New York and Germanyand
shipments of food and clothing:
-_.- "",_roi I-.....) England.There right now would only! cause
r. transportation, storage and handling .
problems. Instead, they
said, Alaskans need cash' with
which to repair, rebuild'and refurnish
Is their homes' and buy
food and clothing.No .

THIS WEDNESDAY IS. ., many one were has left estimated homeless.' how The

1 DOLLAR DAY I'Ie Only One I,I persons surveys items.Red Cross The lost indicate at agency says least nearly preliminary household lays JO.OOO the

I II :disaster destroyed an. estimated

,, ; 390 or more homes, did major
damage to 380 others and minor

JM'FeldsQUALITY I IssueIn I damage to 580. \

I In Washington Monday, Cov
William Egan estimated damage
amounted to at least $750
ri I million .
The Election Of I The biggest problems of, all-
DIScOUNt finding jobs for the jobless and
permanent homes for, the home
less-are ahead

i d 11'r

BONUS e CountyCommissioner 74,474 Said

COUPONS! .: Being HeldIn


COLLATE (AP) There are
BRUSH District 74,414 political prisoners In
TOOTH Cuba, 3,351 Cubans have been
killed by the Fidel Castro re-
Reg. 59c Eo.Nord 5 for gime, and 278,469 Cubans have
Soft, Med, or fled their country, an exile
Wtd. Only with 3 group reported today.

FINE NO IRON WASH 'N' WEAR E'and I The report, by the Revolutionary
Student Directorate, an anti-
..Tr Ladies' Tailored ; Castro youth group with under
ground sources, said 965.090 per.
CLIP TH DRESS SHIRTS sons, .or 14 per cent of Cuba's

PLUS 4 Sleeveless Blouse That Is ContinuingA population, have been jailed
LANOLIN since Fidel Castro's 1959 takeover
$1 i Current prisoners, it added,
Reg. 83c 2 for include 46,272 in 54 prisons }4,>
14 Oz. Can plus Wash 'n Wear. Convertible 111 in 19 concentration camps
with CouponLADIES' collar can be worn with or Large selection of collar styles. and 4,027 in G-2 or military police
Wed without a tie. Fine white broad Choose from a large array of Of Progress establishments.

cloth. S-M-L. pastel colon. Sixes 3238. i Executions Listed
And Good GovernmentAt A booklet issued by the student
directorate said 678 mill-
tary men and 483 civilians had
.. been Identified as executed by
GIRLS'TENNIS LADIES' 100% a memker ef Ik. County Cemmiuien line. 'I960 the Castro regime.
L. W. Dunne .. Winter Heven hei helped brine bout thet I The students' report on exiles '
ACETATE y ."....pli.h..t.! I is more conservative than
C..t, ,..11 kulldmf program ......ni..4 ..4 eipenrfee1 estimates 1
. Cit.. reliered .. ant .f light .f way . lead built by other.
GOWNS county-wide en basis of need ...11 ....d... for Polk far sources which placed the num.her
DRESSES this peer totals 11000000. at well over 300,000.
r. S e : The directorate report said

Perk County Hetprtol' Improve, m.derni.d. upended. 267.773 left Cuba by conventional -
$1 end br mhr to full occreditetion . Senlctf for o.i..., air and sea routes, 5,529 by
3 $4Pleated r mentolly ill . New keelth center built *t Auburndle. endFioitpreof small boat, and 3,165 through
for diplomatic asylum
e I The report placed the exile to.
SUMMER Pastel colors, y i t Polk County now a model. for Fiend , b Centre) purcnetinf tat in the United States at 247,-
STRAW BAGSStraw skirts I pink, blue, green tyirem level money . Inventory control protect 394, Puerto Rico 15,200 Venezuela -
property end equipment . Electronic dot procetiinf system
and rattan bags in soUh- gathered end and yellow. Welts ,r. ..*.. ,o"..tl... noun end dollar. 7,000, Mexico 2,500, Spain
1,500 The
els, pouches and basket styles. some A-line. In length lace trim. i ter in Miami Cuban estimated Refugee 10,000 Cen
Some finished Sixes 32.40 and Contteblet end (uiticei of the pans now under. budgetlytrem
with pink or blue printsin . full-time "...,.". .....Ic. officer tenet """ *..,,. refugees have gone to Spain.
novel sixes 314. 4248. and femiliet .. . wtlfer* deperrmont. reorgeniied ,". . new I
beads, shells parks end. recreerwi ...... I I
e Sales Tax
i Full ceeperetwn given school .,.t...., citiei .In Pelk . Up
Boys' Juveml hem end court mcdernned sad. pndd.. .
MEN'SCASUAL $1 Million I

PrideDungarees Tit* line hot been held on county spading. . Path,.
j 'uI County crhBoni. this year are enjoying. CUT IN TAXES Over
'' brought .botit by efficiency, .e.._,. Integrity In your CountyCommiuion. Estimate

t tales tax collections topped S21
$1 Keep This million and put the state more
$2 than $I million above estimates
Proportioned. Proven Recordof for the first nine months of the t'
current fiscal year.
PATIO SET Polish cotton lateen Regular Slimor Revenue Commission Chair

CHAISE & CHAIRKing miniature) Husky. Progress In Polk man Ed Straughn said Monday
lO-oi. blue
random cord twist I March produced $21,114,781 in
size web chaise with sturdy sheen. . Black, denimSanforized '' ales and use taxes, an increaseof
aluminum tubing. Adjustable, green, beige, blue $44 million over the same
folds for storage. $O Sixes 2842. Six* 6.16 ReElectL month last year and of $289,381
Matching choir. over the previous month.
Selection of colors. r* ::1 I The March collection raised to

--- i $168,9 million the total collectedso

QUANTITIES LIMITED-CQME I I EARLY FOR THE BEST I SELECTION-NO I I DEALERS I Ig PLEASE W. (Les) DunsonCounty crease far of this$28 fiscal.4 million year over, an the in-

I same period last year.

g ''LAKELAND: U.S. 92 East at Rose St. Q QUALITY DISCOUNTS Commissioner NOT THE SAME

1_ 'd :-.::::.=e I ..rrwwwwavant James F. Dunn of 1521 Holly
A WAr{. o r, Road Is not the James Dunn
OPEN: Daily 10 A.M. to 10 P.M. Sunday Noon to 7 P.M. District 3mtMien who was named defendant In
a civil action filed in Polk Coun-
Paid ... M pNiW.l 1 had ., L. W. eLM) gusty ty court
recently, Dunn

I i, ..t. aid )'esterday.run .



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LAKELAND_LEDGER' Tuesday, April 7. 1>64 !T m
In' Lakeland ---
Mathews TodayGubernatorial l- --

candidate John at the Lakeland Terrace Hotel, !I RE ELECT

,1k Matthews will be in Lakeland beginning at 7:15 o'clock. SHELLEY BOONS

,. k tonight to address a meeting of Earlier, from S to 7 p.m., I I
the Lakeland Sertoma dub. Matthews will attend a recep- ,School SuperintendenttiMMMnOCMMiiiM

f x The Sertoma Club meeting tion In his honor in the east _. .... ,... .. ......... '__ '.. It,, Ao
will be held in the Gold Cupi lobby of the hotel ." C"'". M_. _" _'


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fond.aoi 1sI Test the one that's No.1 in so many ways

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how dhd I
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ome- CROUNDIREAKINQ FOR CHRIST LUTHERAN CHU.CH.rtiel.ti" past. .' Christ Luthon Church Uk.lo"1 Mara H..14 Gds
tidal r. ( I. irudbr.kln ... ..,,1.. for ... ... erg
** saw Christ ( rd; Ik* R W. A. KlmkoHy' ckolrmon' of minions "" ,
LlltII... Church .t Gn..d. S.... sad Uk.U.J. Hill 1.111..01 .f the FI.dd..G..rai., district .f H.O 1IIt11..." Church, Missouri
",trc, from the left, ,..01 J..* .f t*>. kurch's, buildinf ..", ,,,It.l Synod Odd ttio I... Aiiiusr 1..th.1 .f Wi.t.r H.*.*, ,.,loI..t #1 in extra-value features
one ...J contractor D... Titan; architect A. Wyiin Hawaii; B.y4 .f tko Ftorido-Goorfl .district. .f H>. luthoron Chunk. C.......* i'1 in comfort Plus all the other no-cost features
dim. I l W..K.", choir*** of the ovildmo c_"',....; the Rev. R. A. Moil .f the $65,000 lint knit .f the church" I Is I* bofln this ",e.k. Come sect Rambler offer more Rambler alone gives you Deep-
'cent _H imu .t other car-plus costly coilspringseat Ceramic-Armored muffler. #1 in low priceAS

ices lUtOJI.hell., I. Saturday Shooting Probe Pushed fl < cushions, standard. **S ofSMiiMitirriill,".IId..llilCIIA7 ., p5505055. ..Ioct...

f/l pile* l tm .,."'Ior,

tlons BARTOW Authorities today if any, charges should be filedin legedly was shot In the stomach ,the group returned from watchIng #1 in handling and brakes made Amwtu.r4awabnl no (.bo..).M,
I the pushed their investigation intoa connection with the Incident. with a .25-caliber pistol by Ray a dragline, one of the girls Rambler American out-turns PER MONTH .........,a.rmol and a
'h nllbad
Jer. Saturday afternoon altercation Meanwhile, Robert Ray Gar. Boseman 22, 648 W. 13th St., 'in the group told the teacher : them all.Slops refer with Doublt- .....1 t..th....."el lido..",.......
has. which ended with the rison remained in Lakeland Lakeland. that a white male "had propositioned Safety Brakes:two systems;if ono DOM Ml Hcliidi opliontls .qul......', 'bonus
mat. hooting of a former Lakeland General Hospital where his condition According to Sheriff Monroe one of the girls to have' is damaged, the other works. ........... ..>m.i.dla oars.emly.
and fireman! by a Rochelle High was regarded as critical. Brannen, Boseman had taken a sexual relations," Brannen said. -
id it School teacher.J. group of Negro youngsters on The girl pointed out Garrisonas #1 in official economy fl in construction'
toyeach E. DeReus said deputies Group On Outing a picnic and hike near the the man 'Rambler American has won more Rambler's stronger, longer-last
probabl will consult this after Garrison, 28, 2614 Kiwanis canal coming out of the north the sheriff said that when officially entered economy events ing Advanced Unit Construction
xlist noon with County Solicitor Gordon St, Lakeland was hospitalized end of Lake Parker. Boseman questioned Garrison than any other compact You Is free from body-bolt rattles
red MacCalla to determine what. Saturday afternoon after he al When Boseman and part of about the alleged statements, know it'.America's savingest carl I which plague many ordinary can
Ap- "a heated argument arose between ,
the two."

Chase Described test the best-GO RAMBLER
,itloa Witnesses quoted Garrison assaying
then "Wait right there and I
will go to the car to get some-
hing lusa thing to fix you with." Brannen I I II II see your Rambler dealer now
han said he returned with a home-
made fish gaff.
Deputies said Garrison then
! re t 'a er chased Boseman and the youngsters I '
iy for about two miles before
buyhow D Boseman turned and fired

d a warning shot Into the air. The
officers said Boseman shot Gar
The > rison as the latter dived at
'ary aE1M'I Boseman.
'.000 r+ Brannen said Garrison, who
sold reportedly was fishing when the
the ibr fS incident started, "verified most
ited of the statement given by Bose
sloe man"
nor Brannen also quoted Garrisonas rd
app saying he hit one of the
ov. k Negro boys, who fell from exhaustion -
m. during the chase. The
;750 sheriff also said Garrison verified -
that a warning shot had
II- yy, 6 been fired.Garrison.
indne i was arrested several
weeks ago by Bartow police officers I
who charged him with
440, America's
conduct Rambler American
disorderly stemmingfrom
snappiest, lowest-priced convertible
an alleged attempt to pick
NEW TROOPIRS FOR POLK COUNTY-Coot. Olid Hilt, loft, ommondor of Troop C, Florid up two Junior high school girls.Those .
J Highwoy Potrol, with htodquortor I i. Loktlond, it ikown, koro ....ti". two now Polk County troep- charges have been turn-
.... They or. G....o M. Witch, canter, who will ooororo In the lortow district, sod Karl I. Kinfl, ed over to the county, and Mac- PAUL NAYLOR MOTORS 1034 East Main Street
who will (* to Wlntw Move. *. Kmf will rooloco Troooor C. W, Johnson, Who Is holnf tronif n.d on tal1a presently is preparing in ,
, May 1. IL....., Photo ly Hyfkot) - formations charging him with

I LBJ' TO OPEN FAIR I duct.two counts of disorderly con ____ __________Watch_______the___Danny__. _Kaye_ Show_____on_ _CBS-TV___ ,_Wednesday__ 0 on _evenings 0 __________n________ _
Gemini Launch NEW YORK (AP) Mayor,,
'Robert F. Wagner announced
Ire i Monday night that President
ift Johnson has accepted an \Inviation -

'en re.Iye Slated TomorrowCAPE New York to officially World's Fair open April the i' BUY NOW No MoneyENJOY Down

lie '22.__ __. _____. _____ ______ I
KENNEDY (AP) 25,227 miles an hour, slightly
m. Frustrated by the weather in an greater than the speed of a EXPERIENCE
lti.r... effort to launch a Project Fire manned ship returning from the ALL THE COMFORTS OF AIR CONDITIONING NOW -
spacecraft, space officials today moon.
r.r.. turned attention to Wednes Launch RescheduledThe I Counts . .
1'1 day's scheduled attempt to rock
ed et an unmanned Gemini capsule launching was' rescheduled
. into orbit. for Friday. I NO PAYMENTS 'TIL JULY!
Engineers and technicians
.ed Heavy clouds over the south
- Atlantic re-entry area Monday made final checks today in prep
,. forced postponement of the Fire aration for Wednesday's scheduled ,
Psxr launching aboard an Atlas rock 11 a. m. (EST) firing of''
et. Clear visibility is required so the Titan 2 which Is to boost the I
tracking cameras can record the Gemini vehicle into orbit In the'
blazing re-entry of the craft at opening shot of the United i
States' second msn-in-space pro wktL'AIR

'u.Ii.. gram.The spacecraft 'is a production i
TodayIn model stripped of most internal
byes parts. No attempt will be made,
I II.History II.to: recover it. I

e.er Check Flight Purpose I

Purpose of the flight 'is to

11. check structural and aerodynamic . ... .p ,<
By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS characteristic of the capsule
id Today is Tuesday! April 7, and rocket and the rocket's' Elect CONDITIONERS
no the 98th day of 1964. There are ability to place the craft in a' MMMMsHHo IJa*
precise orbit. It Is i the first of
''Ita 268 days left in the year.
: in history unmanned missions planned BEN HILLGRIFFIN Cools, cleans, conditions and dehumidifies the air. ., at
Today's highlight :
before two astronauts climb intoa -
On this date in 1788, a officers group spacecraft for a three-orbit low, low cost! And it's whisper quiet. We have a size and ._ .....:--=_-_-
0.J- of revolutionary war night hopefully late this year ===--= -
from New England founded The nuclear submarine Henry model to fit every need every budget. -_ =._---=
''n what was to be Marietta, Ohio. =
fired Polaris
Clay successfully a Your State Senator

r1.JO They organized set up government the first formally.in the A2 missile Monday while sub-I p... ... Pit, kv ... M,M arlrfl k
merged in the Atlantic 30 miles c..w..w ....n.. .... MII aof"ft, -' =: ---.-,,
then "Northwest" under the ,off Cape Kennedy, I I Tw.a PRICES START __- =-=- :=;:;
authority of the ordinance of -- -- -- -- -=-= ==
I7S7. AS LOW AS $13888 =
+ * Ii' =-=
On this date: i "-
In 1798. Congress established I ALMP 55-2X
i which Included
Mississippi Territory
the present state of Alabama ,

In 1860, the Philadelphia Athletics -

h I game.In played. their first baseball Buy Now Save More Why suffer from the heat, when you can buy an RCA

1891, pioneer American Now!
e Whirlpool Room Air Conditioner
sof showman Phineas T. Barnum 7:45 P.M.

died. During the month of April, the City of
In 1943, American patrols

'. made a junction with the Brit, Mayhall AuditoriumMr. Lakeland, Dept. of Electric and Water 211 S. Florida Avc.p .
r ish Eighth Army in Tunisia. I
In 1945, American canterplanes i Utilities will pay you an installation allowance .

1r battleship sank- the Japan's Yamato largest- off, Word Hogland' of U
tin &
I Kyushu Island. I Church of Christ
Ten years ago-Five ranking Mr. Albert Garner $3000 tar $10 w for a115volt #
I 1I French officers were killed olt unit unit .. "'" ,
when their military transport Missionary Baptist Church : (
J .1Jv
crashed off Palma, Majorca. C n ll
Five years ago Voters in INVITED Offer good during April, ,in any served by the
Oklahoma approved repeal of PUBLIC Lakeland Dept. of Electric & Water Utilities.

the state prohibition act in effect OPEN FRIDAY NIGHT 'TIL 9f
since Oklahoma became a Admission Free No Collections

state in 1907. !



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Tuesday LAKELAND, April 7. IH4 LEDGER. Xi SigmasTo Winter I Haven Area Clubs Miss Kline Engaged To ,

."' ' Junior LeaguersWill Meet At Mr. Hancock, Auburndale

rJurV Attend The BenneffHome Report 1964-65 OfficersWINTER SARASOTA-Mr. and Mrs
I George E. Kline, 1951 Orchid
.. _ State ConventionA
- St., have announced the en.
Tennessee Sigma XI Sigma chapter will of Beta HAVEN "April they will be Invited guests at appoint the nominating committee gagement of their daughter
of Lakeland Junior Phi sorority meet
group tonight at 8 o'clock at the Showers May Flowers" has the banquet along with the in preparation for the Charlotte Ann, of Route 4,
Welfare League members will president of the Woman'sClub May election of new officers Lakeland, to Aaron Edward
home of the president, Mrs. been selected as the theme for
BUT attend the State Council of Joe Mrs. Harry'C. Green. All PBX operators In the area Hancock, son of the Rev. and
951 E. Lowell St.
the annual of the Jun.
meeting Mrs. J. W. Hancock Au.
and Service attend.
Mrs Wynall Dias, social may
for Woman's Club of Winter burndale.
Every convention tomorrowand chairman, will report on the ,
A June wedding Is being
Haven tonight. The Installation Camellia Club
Thursday in Orlando at pizza party. Mrs Charlene
"FROM MAINE Green, chapter: dance decora- banquet will be held at the Ha. planned
the Parliament House The Beta Sigma Phi Miss Kline moved to Lake-
IT'S Winter Garden Welfare League lion chairman, will ask memo ven Hotel. General chairmanfor : WINTER HAVEN A prolusion land four months ago from

members will act as hostesses. bers to report to the Civic the social function Is Miss of spring flowers, pine WINTER HAVEN Mrs. Sarasota. She Is employed as

Fish Lakelanders expected to at. decorate Center Saturday morning to Geneva Pollard and assisting apples and tropical foliage will Ken McCutcheon has been a cashier at Cooper's Grocery
Fry for the dance.A .
elected president for the ensuing Store. The bride-elect attended
tend are Mrs Kirk McKay. In arrangements are Miss be used In the luncheon decorations
program on Germany will. year by ,members of schools In Sarasota.
Mrs. Dudley P Towne, Mrs. to out the
Delicious be given by Mrs. Robert E. Barbara Horton, decorations, carry Theta Nu
HIGHWAYS"S E Lloyd King Mrs. Earl F. chosen theme of Hawaii chapter of Beta Sig Mr. Hancock Is a senior at
crisp, Fengler Mrs R H Allsopp, Bergquist. and Mrs. Richard Noll, programs Thursday for,the noon installation ma Phi sorority In Winter Ha. Auburndale High School wherehe
and Mrs. J. I. Black Jr, Mrs. luncheon for members of ven. Officers elected to serve Is a member of the DCT
Glenn T. Allen Mrs. W. L. Heirloom Group Mrs. James R. Hardy will the Camellia Garden Club of with Mrs. McCutcheon Include Club. He Is employed by Blue
ALL Jackson Jr., Mrs Robert T. Meets TomorrowThe give the historian's report of Winter Haven at the Haven Mrs. C. B. Ewell, vice president Ribbon Shoe Shop in Winter MISS CHARLOTTE KLINE I

yOU Miller. Mrs. Clyde E. ,Asbury, the activities of the club during Hotel. Serving on the hostess ; Mrs. Jimmy Cox and Haven
NEAT $1 Mrs Eugene S. Sikora, Mrs. Heirloom group of the the past year and the an- committee in charge of all Mrs. Thomas Griffin, secretaries -
Joe P Ruthven, Mrs. Bob Antique Collectors' Club will nual treasurer's report will be arrangements and decorationsare ; Mrs Jim Miles, treas. OtcL?
have a business meeting tomorrow urer; Mrs. James Walcott, WluJ.9JwllJ .
I Pipping and Mrs Walter In. given by Mrs, Emmett Wa Mrs. Carl Cooney, Mrs.
at 10 a.m. at the City Council
gram ters. Service hours chairman. Franklin Gardner, Mrs. Mimi representativeand
French Fried Registration begins tomor home of Mrs W J. Page, Mrs. Carl Jensen will reveal Bice and Mrs. Richard Noll. Miss ,Toni! Watkins Area Avoid Rut Of Negative
Cole Slaw. 2808 Coventry Ave. Council
at noon and the convention the Identity of the member Mrs. Stuart Sealover Is in representative.
Rolls and will conclude the follow Following the meeting, rendering the greatest numberof charge of reservations.The .
ing day after luncheon. members will gather at the service hours to club projects Invocation will be given Thinking' And Doing
home of Mrs. Clyde McDowell
NOW during the and she Mrs. Glen Hicks A
404() W. Palm Drive, year by special LA Woman's ClubLAKE -
ROTATE SHEETSThe where she will present a program will be presented with a gift. award will be given for memo By JOSEPHINE; LOWMAN Ings and the ability to keenly
J Mrs. Fox will be In- ALFRED Mrs.
Dorothy bers with perfect club meeting which we
her fan collection enjoy experiences
on antique
American Institute of Clarence Smith has been .
stalled as president by Mrs. attendance the elected
during past We are all apt to fall Into usually take for granted.
I sundering advises rotating Hostesses will be Mrs. R. Noll, a past president of the year by the president, Mrs president of the Woman's ruts of negative thinking and We may take for granted an
the use of sheets. The easiest and Club of Lake Alfred for the
organization currently Cooney Mrs. Gardner will pre. unexpected courtesy or
735 East to do this Is to place the J. Crlchlow and Mrs Page. serving as Junior Director of sent to the new members of 1964- 3 clubyear Others elected negative I action. It's only thoughtfulness on someone's
freshly laundered sheets on to serve are Mrs. George human to do so. We become
District 9, Florida Federation the club a small gardeninggift. part, the pleasure of suddenly
"HOST OF THE top of the stack In your linen Sunday School of Women's Clubs Other new Each member will make Siemer and Mrs. Harold Sellers tired, disappointed, discouraged meeting someone we like,
closet and take those for bed officers be installed and Hawaiian vice presidents, Mrs John lift
Teacher Honored to are wear an lei of pessimistic a smile that gives us a a
making from the bottom WINTER HAVEN-Mrs. E Mrs. James H. Tatum and fresh plant materials.Mrs. Parker and Mrs. Claude Bowman hur humorous r pircumstance: ,
E Burnett, a teacher In the Mrs. Terry English, vice presidents . William Raley, president secretaries; and Mrs. ried and gnawon moonlight on Icicles, the beat
I Junior Department at Beymer ( ; Miss Jane Motsinger of the Winter Haven Mrs. Paul Sturdivant, treasurer our worries 1 of ocean waves on the sand,

ROMAN Memorial Methodist Church, and Mrs John Attaway, sec Council of Garden Clubs, will like a dog the Individual way in which
with 33 years of teaching was retaries: Mrs. Carl Jensen, serve as installing officer and The new officers will be Installed chews on a birds fly, the first flower of
honored for the record in special treasurer and directors, Mrs. install Mrs. Cooney to a sec following the May covered bone. spring and the first frost of
FABRIC RINSE ceremonies held Sunday W. Scott Harper III Mrs Wil. ond term of office as president dish' luncheon meetingat In the meantime fall, the love and fun a dogor

during .the morning worship liam Moore and Mrs. James of the garden club. Other the clubhouse. real life a kitten can give. us-on
service at the church. Mrs. Hardy, Sponsors from the Wo- officers to be Installed are: Is passing by. and on It goes. '
% makes sweaters fluffy soft Burnett has missed only six man's Club will be Mrs Jack Mrs. Noll and Mrs. Earl I By this I mean Inner Selves Count

Sundays in her many years of I Gurnett, Mrs. Arthur Kings- Chance, vice presidents; Mrs. dally living a We women' are so Interestedin
Roman Fabric Rinse! service of the young people. bury and Mrs_H 0. Wurl and Ed Reints and Mrs. Howard Wimodausis Life Is made up our appearance and our
of todays (and that's wonderful)
andMISS figures
fluffs wool, fur blends. Wells, secretaries: and Mrs.
'W Sealover, treasurer. covered every today that we may sometimes forget
Smooths\\Tinkleslrom holds at least a drop of whim that the ingredients of charm
J corduroy, flannel: l, cot BALDWINORGANS party will be held by membersof sy and happiness. I am not and popularity depend much
\ ... The Wimodausis Club tomorrow of times of real inner .
ton-saves ironing. speaking more on qualities.I
} / PBX Club at 12:30 p.m. at the grief, but of usual run-of-the- have a leaflet on which you

WINTER HAVEN Convention Masonic Temple In Winter Ha mill days. Even In times of can grade your personalityas

S for discussion and appoint. ven.Members grief there are expressionsfrom you try to improve it dur
ment of a nominating commit. will take a covered those who love us with ing eight weeks time. Mostof
{ 'AL0.11l Home or Church tee will be the agenda for the dish and individual table which to warm our heart. the questions with which to

{ 1I Group organ 'lessons meeting tonight of membersof service. Mrs. Ella Sanchez It is in many small ways test yourself were suggestedto
each the PBX Club of the Imperial and Mrs. Hilda Adolph will be that we lose life. Unless our, me by a well-known psy
Tuesday night Area. The 7:30: p.m. in charge of the luncheon ar heart and mind are slanted chologist. If you would like to

I ROMAN 7:30: p.m. session will be held in the rangements. Cards will be toward inspiration and happiness have this, send a stamped,
r played following the luncheonand and humor, these may self-addressed envelope with
offices of Foods In
Kraft Lakeland

X Plant for folk
) Organ Headquarters County brief business session.. be all about us and we will your request for the leaflet
\ ,, never recognize them. "Eight Weeks To Popularity"
\ Mrs Merton Roberts will con
LONNELL INC. i duct the discussion of the state Life Is Today Address Josephine Lowman in
I Life is made 'up of todays care of The Ledger
500 South Florida Ave. Ph. MU 2-3191 I convention scheduled this Garden Clubs' Don't
I : month In Tallahassee and will and it seems to me that hap- Tomorrow: "You
WINTER HAVEN The piness is made up of the recognition Need A Gym To Do Many Exercises
Green Thumb Garden Club will of many small bless ."

I meet at 8 p.m: Thursday evening
at the home of Mrs. Ellen .
Kunberger, Following the Wedding And Engagement

scheduled business meeting I

a held white for elephant members.sale will be At Lake Wales AnnouncedLAKE

e Mrs Stanley Parker has
WALES-Miss Olivia Bridesmaids were Miss I
r been elected to serve as president
of the Jacaranda Garden Carlisle of Athens, Ga., .and Carolyn Bernd and Miss Mary

p : Club for the ensuing year. John LaRosch of Winter Haven Jeanne Furr. Their dresses of

IjfSk1 Other new officers will be Mrs. were married March 21, at pale blue sik featured
Church of the Good
Frank Sleeth and Mrs Wallace Episcopal
; + dR 7 9 Hanselman vice presi Shepherd Lake Wales. The bouffant skirts and brief Jack.

: deNs: Mrs Thelma Sylvesterand double ring ceremony was per ets. Their corsages were of

Mrs J, A. Haney, secretaries formed by the Rev. Canon gold pompons.
; and Mrs. John D. Wilson Richard I. Brown in the presence -
Best Man
treasurer. of immediate relativesand
Mrs. F. L. Okula therapy close friends. Ed Bernd Jr, the bride

: 'R : t. 1 Yl'AP 1 chairman of District 9, Florida The bride Is the daughter of groom's roommate at the University -

Federation of Garden Clubs, Mrs. Olivia B. Carlisle of Athens of Georgia, served as
announced a check will be presented and Joseph Allen Carlisleof
best Ushers Michael -
man. were
; to the Avon Park Cor- Tampa. The bridegroom is
Harbin of Cypress Gardensand
rectional Institute for use In the son of Mrs Rose LaRochof
.L Augusta, Ga., a cousin of
8 # the greenhouse and for horticulture Wilmington, Del.
the bride And Tim Shaw of
V1a; purposes. The financial Mrs. V. A Sims, organist,
Lake Wales'Following.
sum was made possibleby played a program of prenuptial -
contributions from all memo music and the traditional the ceremony. Mr
; ber clubs of the district. wedding marches. and Mrs. Edward Bernd honored -
the couple at a recep-
Bride's Brother tion at their home. The bride's

1d EXPERIENCECOllllts The bride who was givenIn table was presided over by
> Ias pr' b ,, marriage by her brother, Mrs. Delbert Ward of Eagle

James\ Allen Carlisle of Athens Lake.

3 e +7 i+ d T dyi a nP t L L R ai37, f . I wore a two-piece dress The couple Is making their
n ? of white silk linen. The slim home in Winter Haven where

e skirt was street-length, and the the bridegroom Is employed by
hip-length overblouse had a the Orlando SentinehWHITEPETERING
x I collar outlined with a single

P f row of green stitching She
b 1 V
,, wore short white gloves anda LAKE WALES Mr and
white lace chapel veil. Her Mrs. Stephen White of Oxford.

only jewelry was a single Miss, have announced the engagement
'v strand of pearls. She wore a of their daughter.
t , white orchid corsage and carried Bonnie Kay, to George Wilfred

a white prayer book Petering, son of Mr and Mrs.
Miss Dottie Bernd of Lake W H. Petering of Lake Wales.

Wales was maid of honor. She The wedding will take place
wore a full-skirted dress of June 6 in Oxford.
yellow chiffon with gold accessories -
Miss White a graduate ot
II and a corsage of gold the University High School is
I Ih
-pompons.- I a sophomore in the School of
Education of the University of

1f Mississippi and a member of

RIp PHILLIPS the university band.

Elect FABRICS The prospective bridegroom,
a 1959 graduate of Lake Wales
1066 S. Florid
I High School, attended the University
r I of Florida one year.
'tY This Week's Speciol I After serving in the United
I States Navy for two years he
.w.,a I Iw' Upholstery Plastics :
II I I received a Naval scholarship
54" wld. A.tt. Colon. I to the University of Mississippi

Your State Senator where he is a Junior: He is
59* a member of Phi Kappa Psi
p.,. Ad. Pd. by On M.II GI"Io Yard
Nmruon: Purse .... Moll OrAl.m : social fraternity.
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Newcomers Club LAKELAND LEDGER Tuesday, April 7, wi i
Dr. GessnerJr.
To get they mOlt for your

I money when buying either Bridge Canasta
Child I
|natural' or synthetic blankets, Meet Scheduled Woman's Evangelism Quiz

check the, blankets
by holding -

them up to' the light If Newcomer Club of Lakeland Club SpeakerDr. Winners Are AnnouncedWINTER I

[thin spots show through the will meet Friday at 1

Market' testmmaln In the pm. at the Woman' Club. Alan Gessner, psychologist HAVEN Good each question perfectly. They
New Club members throughout each had their choice of
Another a
lOre. good check Islo Bridge and and marriage counselor
canasta will be ,
pulKlhe "nap" E; the county participated in week at Camp Good New or
Played An aW"Nt will speak at the Junior Wom
[hers ,ot the blanket. The April shower and a quiz, sponsored by the Child a Bible.
nap- should, be firm and not spring fashion theme will be i an's Club meeting tomorrowat Evangelism Committee of Polk Winner
out easily used In decorating the tallies 8 pm. at the clubhouse, County at the Havendale Baptist -
___ __ Church. The first place winner were
and favors. # Lake Morton Drive. Linda Kosiba and Walt Child,
dark skino Mrs. O. J. Lygriase Ia I chair. Mrs. James Hewett, chair. Harold Wilson of Lakeland, both of Lakeland, Jeff Kipe of
J1ones .up I of education secretary, was quizmaster.
man the
man. She will be assisted by commit- Lake Wale and Roger Reed,
| soft Mrs. H. T. L. lt. mittee, will introduce Dr. Scorekeeper was Klpeof James Duke and Dwight Duke.
sun- Martin Mrs. W Lake Wale, new memberof
Cessner who 1* director of the Mr*. Daurlce Miley, direc
D. Black, Mrs. Ira the committee; the Rev
Spurgecn, 5 r s Polk County Mental Health tor of the Child Evangelism
glow Mrs. Ira Curran. Mr. V. Heffellfmger Center. Dr. Gessner' topic Douglas P, Jensen, host pastor Fellowship of Polk County,
I L It "'Til Divorce Do U. was a judge; and Charles
Mrs. E. Kepple and Part. told of plan to have Miss
NM UITM N..,".....* Dittmar, treasurer, wa timekeeper
worta tour u Mm Mrs. A. Zimmerman. Mrs. Kathryn HInson, president and Norma Sweeney missionary to
._.4 k_hrlihiM.... t* raw will conduct the business a judge Sao Paulo, Brazil, conduct rallies .
-tJoond Contestants
meeting. Plans for QuIz throughout the
al.tca... to '$ the the county
fell _..I..... ..... May 23 installation banquet Contestant in the quiz were April 20.21.Geo. .
ultra Mwd Ultn..MtarilOTr NA.. ..Htm.', Bridge Tourney will be reported by Mrs. Alan Karen Hemness, Nancy Muse,
..rki with" a' ...*. Hostesses ToldThe Stentiford Mrs. James Shot- MarcIa Engelking, Jeff Klpe,
."..end the....... ner will report on the Polk Barbara Wilson, Janet Matthews I
111M ....... .
wl eighth session of the County Federation meeting. Carolyn Conley, Craig II [ L. Gaines
t women' bridge tournament Hostesses are Mrs. John Seay, Jeny Wright. Patsy
New ULTRANADINOLA I sponsored by St. Jo.. ph'. Dicksoq and Mrs. Edward Thompson, Linda Brown, Mary I
u Mothers Club will be held to eww Frisbee. Theme chairman is Lou Rolfe, Kay Childs, Marilyn Jewelers
$1Q.u" night. Mrs. Jacqule Bell. Conley, Mindy Heirman j

hti I Hostesses this month for the Dwight Duke, Walt Child, 114 S. Tenn. Av..
Worit Supply. accumulative-scoring tourney Rick Smith, Debra Sutton
t will be Mrs. B Smailes, Mrs. ?! !ate Junior Garden James Duke, Linda Koelba I

--I tI F. Murphy, Mrs. S. Gate, and and Roger Nale Reed.
II Mrs J.; Ballenger, Mrs. Rob Clubs To Have The rule stated that In the Beginning
I ert Carson Mrs. Joseph Gr..- YATES FAMILY is engrossed in reading a book American Indians. The children are case of a tie, the award wouldbe
II so, Mrs. A. Merkhofer Mr. Yvonne 17; Jana 6; and Lance 1.cfe. Joint MeetingThe the same. There were six
M Altenburger, Mrs. Ray participants who answered i Sat. April 4th |

Roberts, Mrs. M. Valentino,
Young Sprouts and
I Mrs. Alan Stentiford and Mrs. Weed Pullers, Junior Garden
R. Fortner.Your ,F Religious Groups' Will CloseSaturdays :
.... II glLI ciaAclaiuL Club gra p* sponsored by the
------ Garden Club of Lakeland
ill II Inc., will meet together tomorrow MI lplul pri ,r a oionont of intdluon a-
and werMilp. .nr hour of U>.
Doctor's I at 3.30 pm. at the 4w or miht. Dl. sa-eu&. II
PrescriptionIs Lakeland Businessman/ eLLs// How St.Garden Center 802 E, Orange

Mrs. H E. Glldewell. accredited TODAY [At 12:30 P.M.]
| Importance flower show Judge J Memorial Bird. nlibt .1..... it II
Books Have from the Orange Blossom circle COMMUNITY BI.LB CLAM. tail
Influenced His Life d horn .1 Mrt BtllK Ullllt.
will lead a flower arrang- lie B Johnion.WISTMINttk I Thru Sept.
By Colemon
Ph.G., Reg. Phar. ing workshop. She will discuss Tao ftfSaVTSIMAN 7pm. ,
u the schedule as it per. Bo.TT"ULV tohtn and
ojllctn at IIUDd., ichoo) mxt At
twins to juniors In the spring 7 30 om __ _
This space age world In Rx at 4 o'clock In By LUCIA MYERS -- -- -
gency Ohio for two more. Then he came to Florida, flower show, April 18-19 f
I which we live leave the looking for a Job. "I wound with cloth- Children
so morning. To him a up a are to bring containers I
The Bible passages which he memorized as ing in Lake he Enjoy Your Own Swimming Pool
little time for the personal. patient Is not a "drug company City, paid and needlepoint holders 'i:
a boy, and two sentences from
an for their
a department store In making arrange
Jacksonville he
ized services Cell Tropicana Pool for a Frs Estimate
our parents merchant" Invoice number philosopher and a Roman these
emperor was a buyer for boys' clothing for seven ments, also any flowers that
; However have shaped the life-philosophy of Thomas H. years. have. Garden club I Central' f/oriaYf largtif Pool Builder
enjoyed. In that but an Individual-an indi Next he traveled for a manufacturer of men' they members I
critical area where yourdoctor' vidual who is In'need of Yates sales manager of Maas Bros. depart and boy' clothing for two year In 1957 he will furnish flowers and 'I I No Down Poymtnt, Torn at low a* 42.50 a month Pool
ment tore in Lakeland. joined the Mils organization in the St. Petersburg foliage for those who do not i completely litttolUd, fiatvrlng Gentle construction
prescriptions are professional attention. In a conversation about the book that have them available. I
tore. During most of the time there he btit.
formulated and compounded Historically and tradi- have Influenced hi* life, Mr Yates cited the was buyer for books and records. Members'of the Rambling
,two related quotation: "Life consists in what Rose circle will furnish refreshments In lakeland phone 613-1644
it Is necessary that you tionally he has represtntedquality Lived Among Books .
I man 1* thinking of all day" from the journals
receive Individual attentionas integrity, and sere of Ralph Waldo Emerson and "A man' Then he literally lived In a world of books. Pools By TROPICANASAFE

far as your welfare and Ice. Your Independent life i Ia what his thought make It" from the And he traveled to Washington and Chicago to
Meditation of Marcus Aurellu. attend the conventions which were held by the Lakelanders Are
I health are concerned. Pharmacist'may be your book trade. There he -.
The Individual' responsibility for choosing met author whose Named To Posts
A* a highly trained spa neighbor or a stranger, but I and cultivating the life-enhancing attitudes is books were being promoted-authors a. various -

f cialist. your Independent he does care for yoyr, ''one of the dominant ideas which have come a* Harry S. Truman, Adlal E. Stevenson TAMPA-Lakelanders elect- DRIVERS INSURANCE
to him from reading and experience. Ho has and Fred Astalre.At ed to office at the Gulf Coast
[Pharmacist 1 Is Interested health. v.., t.ced.r Hi. I... S pan sate
used it in his own salesmanship, In training the same time he was collecting books Regional Convention of Kappa your .., ,.,.. which m.y le .. I.. ..
land chow real understanding Remember you can not others to be salesmen and in the teaching of for Mi own library which Include many autographed Delta Phi sorority held Sat Compact

| for the personal probe buy "bargain health!' his children. volume Part of his collection title urday wen at the: Mrs.Tampa Rudy SheratonInn Crow- $2 500 Year Cor $$9900

and Regular Reading Important the shelves In the Yates home on John Arthui 10,000/20,000/5,000 CI... I 1A > U. .
ems needs of procriptlon Select your Pharmacistfrom der, regional organizer; and liability o A* 25-65
"1 believe that the mind has unlimited Way. But other are still stored in carton in e.m..r>bl. uvlnot .'I ottor II. IIIW .1.I ."* O.m...h"lI.. .n d
Mrs. Howard ... ...
[ customers not pose.Ibllltlel Wyncoop, regional C lli ftato L..I will ,. M wit* "ntinu.4 N*. dWl.r' -
among those displaying ." he said, as he stressed the Impor- his father-in-law' home in Gainesville. editor. Mote t.n M mttf Annwtlipi Sow .Annuall*. mr Quarterly.
Just as customers, but as the Society seal on the tance of regular reading-not only In providingthe At the Yates home the family has a reading. Mrs. Crowder Is a member Nationwide.f COIUM.U General" Insurance OHIO Co.

patients. Often he is called door 6r window of their mind with something to feed upon but aloud session nearly every evening. Yvonne, of the Kappa Gamma chapterIn HARVEY A. SMITH AGENCY
also in training the power of attention and 17, a senior at Lakeland High School, attained Lakeland and Mr*. Wyn- '
413 Florida Art. Phono MU 6.2191
out of bed to Ml
an emer establishment: level"
concentration. "college reading several years ago. So coop is a member of the Kappa .

In the office where he has been sales man she now doe her reading independently- ...!Iota chapter.:.there._ __--' Ivnlntt Ph.* MU 2-5097
ager since 1961, Mr. Yates talked with quiet digging Into such volume. a* Pasternak'. "Dr. -oooaao0aooo00ooocia0ooo00000000000D
CRYSTAL PHARMACY enthusiasm about books, beginning with the Zhlvago. But the two younger children,
Bible. In his boyhood in Kentucky the Yates Lance, 7, and Jana, 6, who attend Lime Street a

1811 CRYSTAL LAKE DRIVE family had a custom of family worship every School, have the pleasure of reading aloud 0 a
night Thomas and his three sisters took turn. from their storybook to their parent. a
in reading the Scripture The father, who Yates Children Reader. El make your own weather.! a

FELIX DONATELLI'SPHARMACIES wa a production supervisor In Industry was Since the children' love of reading can bea E a
also a Bible student. And he believed in foundation for achievement and wholesome
sharing the treasure with the son and daugh pleasure Mr and Mrs. Yates have invested E \. / a;

ten from their earliest childhood. They began time and thought In it. Some years ago El .i
to memorize Psalm and other passages. Yvonne, in making the \transition from one I::] -O.: ... 0m

LAKELAND DRUG Gifts From Father school system to another, had a reading prob I 0:: \ .. .,"
"While I was still a boy, I began to appreciate lem. Mrs. Yates bought books for herself OP I::] ./.., J' ,'

604 MEMORIAL BLVD. the deep importance of this family custom the teaching of reading and coached the child I:: ... lI ElEl

," Mr. Yates recalled. "A boy came to over a period of months. She was rewardedby I:: ....." ".. r e m
visit me, and he told me how lucky I wu to Yvonne' attaining a fine reading record El I:: ,..., .
have father who much time with and for book.
a spent an eagerness
MARTIN DRUG I 0:: : Il 0
me and in the family worship hour. My fa- The Yateses see to It that the children are ".. \t ,' I I
her's: knowledge of the Bible-was such that surrounded by good books all around the 0 Q
437 CENTRAL AVENUE be could answer my question about it." house-inviting In format and contents, and of E t'j! m

When ho went into the Air Force for four the right age level for them. 0 I:: m

roan, hi*father gave him a New Testament la his office the desk-top was cleared: of 0 I:: 0
TUCKER DRUG .which I* .one of his most cherished book book But when Mr. Yates was asked wheth I 0::

Later on a birthday he received from his farther er he had derived a "life motto" from his 1 El':: I' n
321 N. MASS. AVE. a 125-ysar-old Bible. These two volumes reading, ho quickly went to a filing cabinet in I 0:: ] n
form the cornerstone of his collection of Scrip-i the comer and drew out a recording. "You
urts-Hiow numbering more than 20 in various I may borrow this. It answers your question I Elo:: n
COLEMAN'S PHARMACY editions and translations.In It was a speech by a radio commentatoron I:: n

uniform he attended the University of i[ the power of thought! to determine the E y a

1417 LAKELAND HILLS ILVD. Florida for two years. Alter bit service wa i course of one' life, with the quotations from I 0:: a

completed, be attended Wittenberg College In !Emerson and Marcus Aurelius E n

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Mrs. Wootens New PresidentOf S a
o Just Received A New Group of B a

Florida Pen Women B a

BETTER STRAWSValues TALLAHASSEE-Mr Merit Mother W. Y. field Mr*was. Elizabeth elected Bunch president Mans of B awith an electric! air conditioner! a a a

the Lakeland branch of the
Wooten of 109 W. Peschtree: am a
National League of AmericanPen
St., Lakeland, was honored In Women at the meeting of Don't worry about summer hut and humidity rnikt your own weather a

to 14,98-but our SPECIAL PURCHASE PRICE elect ceremonies here of Florida a* one Merit of a the group held yesterday at E with an electric/ air conditioner. a

Mother group. the town.Art Guild Studios in Tiger. E Electric air conditioning units coma in such a variety of modelsEl:::

Mrs. Wooten, long active In Serving with Mrs Mansfield B and prlcit that Just about every homo can now bo an oasis of cool a
IS ONLY church, club and civic work will be Mr*. Jere C. Fraier, B n
and mother of two son and comfort all sum mi r.
vice president; Mrs. G. R. B n:::
two daughters was nominatedby Patten of Plant City, corresponding B See your dealer now and Install electric air conditioning a room a:::
the Lakeland Somali Club
for "Florida Mother of the Kenyon secretary recording; Miss secretary Nancy B or the whole hOull.? .nd make your own weather electrically/ [E;

Year" ; and Mrs. Nina L R. a Q
$7 Governor Farris Bryantgave Thomson treasurer a
the principal address Mrs. William Selheimer, retiring B Special Installation
during recognition ceremonies president will be hostess
for the Merit Mothers and for to the May luncheon B Allowances During April

4 Mr. Grace Rowell Fisher of meeting In the gardens of her B
Tallahassee, who was chosen home, Callahan Court, when B::: Into air '*." ,".4 .....'ort end a .,.el.1 lnit.ll."i.i. .1I.w..et. Pool B
I I "Florida Mother of the Year"._ officers will be Installed. B Doris, the mooch *f April the City .f l.ktl.nrf will por yea $>0.00 iiwt.U B

m/rs B lotion .llaw.nc. If ,...11., a 210-volt' electric l sir <.'irioittr, aid $10.00 B
A wide variety of straws, B init.ll.ri.il' .llow.iK. If Y.H purchti. 115-v.lt unit v.., dale, will B

REBUILDS MATTRESStJ" and MI s (."lIIe.'. *f Ml,*. Our ....,."' ., ..",Ie. tnln..r will chock the' ffi
mostly imported Includ- B:
M.P.II.Non..d w. will mail ,.., .H.W.IK. c t>ttk. B., )peer n- air c4Jti.mr .

ing : Burris, Toyos, Rib. B B .rlll' April *n4 t.Jo\ 1 hoe c.ml.rt thl lymm.r. B B:
MILLINERY-2ND FLOOR bon Types and Rough TO RIMAKI II AS YOUR GOOD OLD AS MATTRESS NIW- m C Offer sad In nay .... i.rr.d 'ky the 0.,*. .f B
AT A FRACTION OF THI ORIGINAL Il. trt. fr Wits UtllltUf, City .f Lkil.nJ) B

W. Sell hew R.kbr R..Un* ky B B
FIRISTONI ..* WYNN RIST ..*. B Electric & Water Utilities B
s,,tht Wonderful Assortment of ding m4t 'In oar ewe factory.F I B B

3 flow, .1 F..MeaI Whites, Blacks and a B
Colors. g
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( Tuesday, AprU 7. INIItaly's Alaska Facing ; RESTAURANT FEATURE

COUNTV CLAIMI COURT ,...b... Cool.. I" IL. .1
lu," filed. Plorrn K..ln ... 000... lad Same Spare i
r Reds Pin 50209
HavenWlfwrt ... t.nb'l .
Flreitone Slow Winter Plorrnor vY Olin and Mare
and Alaetta Ware. III'Irmtone Hart $15 114. WEDNESDAYSOUTHERN
Starts. Winter H..n ... Florence Kaeeebeln. TI Mr. and Mrs Threat '. ,
Call Gordon I. Burnett lat 19 Varnon Hamilton' (1(0 I Flooding Tire Twice .
Oppose "...Ion. storo. Winter Hann *.. Dowd Plumblni Co: vi. Robert PhrllDoVd "h AI
Milton 1 Balidea, (49V > Flumblni CO. Tl Mra. K. H .
II BaOcork Corp. ... Prank .nd white, 5,' LOUISVILLE, Ky. (AP)' -
Nikita Oenola Olllni. 1500 Dowd Plumblni' Co vi. tmltt a. !Doss.
By D r David t Harden n ThornM CoIniton .. Dowd10Mumb15/ ANCHORAGE Alaska (AP-land may have fallen at Valdez, There must be something special FRIED CHICKEN lb
H7'' TI Oarland MoanDod The threat of flood damage during Homer, Seward, Kodiak and about the spare tire owned

D7uDtidlL4.Haden Hi. WIlllMi R. 4Lumbin9 Co Tl. Jamei Sumw"'plimbla high tides in coastal area Anchorage.The .
ROME (AP-The big Italian by R. Neal Box;of Louiiville
Communist party has come out Dr David L Harden Y. Haw La.lna.IU Do \ Co. ,.. Smmett Hi. .. faces Alaska as action Is hast State Civil Defense organization It was itolen Thursday he

against Soviet Premier Khru Dr D.rli L H..d.n ... Bertha .Uvr'niD Dow Plumblni Co TI. libel H Caap- ented to raise $100 million tQ was checking unconfirmed reported the theft to police Fri I

Ihch v'. call for a showdown > 110.ld L Harden a. AM Run Innle MIL Mao n Danlela. wines in S3mm Cltr. TlJohnn help the earthquake ravage: reports 10 victims of the day and they returned it Saturday -, BRING A 2 FOR $100FRIEND

meeting on the SovietChinesestruggle D r 120 David L Harden ,.. John Brown A Maa WII Danlela Olm I Sun,. Cllr. TlJenea state earthquake might be buried in after arresting two suspects.

warning that it might Dr 120 David L. H.rd.n .a Daniel Colr Annl. Ma AnderHin, Danlele(14011 Numb Clip. ... The high tides, expected Ap- wreckage at Whittier, a railport '

cause a formal split In the international ) .8 Dn" t. Harden 9.. Iddli II. Tar Slim John Ports Weller Benloni Oani. (13. Charles 73 Wed- ril 14-15, are said to pose a southeast of Anchorage.The Box said he was certain the

Red movement Dr for David tl0, t Harden ... Jonn and PauKlrbr K.n."hi lIS Cler'd' '. ,., 101102.H olma, NaarUHorn. threat to businesses installations, tourist resorts latest Civil Defense re trunk was locked when the tire, DRUG STORE
port and other LIGGETT-TOUCHTON
The Italian Communists made! Ilnr (140Supply .' (17901. the toll listed was taken, but he made a
port on quake's special
Ph.nll Co vi. ton L. Cheat. Kbn < TTtS4 lt" rue facilities mostly In the Sel
plain, however, that they are t17283 .rff lawS. / 117 casualties, with 39 known note of locking it when he & Shopping Center
... Lake BitaUaIne Downtown Southgote
Credit! Bureau of Winter Raven Alfred ,Star Preai vi Indian dovia-to-Homer area on the Ke-
against Peking and might! sod Bobber Clark, till (107 redll Bureau of winter Haven va Dan pharmarf TI Mr and nal Peninsula and possibly at' < I
change their position dependingon I P Hun'! /25292 Mri Richard I Bouall. l(2 82L sumed dead I It was missing again Sunday.
developments. nl.oh'onAl$10 Thom.i and VieKelhrvni M' Danlord vi nn Clark 11X0.MHub.rt Valdez and Seward i
Dis !&0. WaTea tl:
The statement, published In Co. ... Pr.d .roh. I.K haKin,. (133 69 In Juneau, meanwhile the
FultonYl7ed alenko Co. Ino. va. Jamei L Alaska
the Communist organ L'Unital K.tnrrn'. Orororr lito.. Hslnes CII. PrniSl. .Ie. 110280. completedaction
Os .I 1 IIddlO: W..." 11507 Sunday authorizing a (SO
noted that the party had Oror.rr Store, Halnai Clip. I
vi A Rller (70)7 Havana million bond Issue as the state's ., .
world showdown! .
opposed a K ...., Store. Hainei Cltr
5hrCharles, share of restoring the battered
meeting all along and had suggested -| Ororerr Prltcherd store.Hfl Hainei 57Kalliryni Clip
that individual Commu .l Bernle Thompion (19 07KaUiryn Cuban economy.
a Ororerr etor* Hunts Clte.KsthrCmtOralrpOSb Tracking Flood Danger Investigated R
should thresh out ;
mat parties vi B I Rlcki (37 (7
... Hainei Clio. The Army Corps of Engineers
differences In bilateral talks.from Ororerr Btnra(al H.I.77Kathrvni ... Cltr. Station ReadyMIAMI said It is investigating Indications ,
The renewed opposition
the Communist Inl Xt'l.rh'H.' .olenn., 'Sir(51 ra,13.dull". Cltrvi the earthquake caused
Willie Hill 1252 (AP-Soviet technicians land to sink in low coastal .i
the West underscored reports I Kathrrn, drorerr Ito,' Mats.1 Clip .it .itrt
v. Kirbr and Katie; toil Woodard: have completed installm areas, leading to possible flood
from Budapest that Khrushchevis '08 88K.th..n'
> Ororerv Btor Hainei Cltr. Cuba's first satellite tracking during extreme high tides
receiving lukewarm support v, Branilord Mon 5500 station Havana radio said Monday 1
Mien Parker Fuianrt Co. vi MedfordR Col. Byron Kirkpatrick deputy -
from some allies in his battle'' ,
R..Thompson towninc ISO v, Robert and Vlr- : Alaska district engineer said LICT t
with the Red Chinese. i,I. ...nan.. oav.IC.t. The broadcast monitored I In
nits.alDs oil Service ... Karl Bpataa
Predicted Unity d 7it Miami did not say where the Wallace H. Storey
J ... MI
'Cato Satei It Service John Mciooih'wSuanMB Warned
built. I
station was
Khrushchev had predictedthat racking Soprano
his call last week for tshowdown ! Holland ve. W F. Davla Cuba is only 275 miles south STATE REPRESENTATIVE

I Pee'e0River Auto Bale Ine *i. larDolli of Florida's Cape Kennedy,
session would rally '
Will 3
ones 1500 Race Riot Pelk County Group
all Communists. So far only the *!. Powell vi .r..r.r. Powell. launching site of many satellites -

Hungarian and Bulgarian parties ,White 1250 Men Shop Inc. ... Bobbr DurWh'te'i and other' space probing
11/0/A :
have pledged him all-out M-n Shoo Ine n. *arl Pat.Joe"MancDo'nald vehicles. I Follow ConcertNEW

Ad and Ann MIL The Cuban tracking static
support. vi
fence-sitting Communist Dion.nu1.L rdpeSIb.U50 ... was built under direction of Nik- YORK (AP) Soprano
Many '. Co Robert L I
Nilsson has canceled
outside the Soviet orbit Ward' (101 73 alai Erpilev secretary of the Brigit a
parties Dan I eli Ford Salea Co ft. Herman concert Thursday In Jackson,
Soviet Academy of Sciences.
over the IIh..herd. It&1.Danl.I'
are apprehensive pros.1 Port Ada Co. n. Rhodrlck R liss., saying she has been informed -
pect of an open break betweenthe 151 02
D. I'o.d 8.1. Co ... Woodui "that there would be
I e
two Communist giants They 8purlotk"(19490"DanielFord Ford .. .. Co .a. Oeorn More BodyguardsThan race riots, were I to sing" P
lot with
hesitate to throw in their DBho1pi. 133 tl
The Swedish star said C
the Kremlin at this uncertain Dan r. Ford Salaa Co. vi. OeornD.Rni.'piri38.l Fans Greet opera U
the information came from
L L Larmle"
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stage Khrushchev launched a new llalei, Co ".. Lao Prank Burton Liz Charles Evers. field secretaryfor r
the National Association forthe
Johnwn UK 79 :
attack on the Red Chinese Sun Danleli Pord ealei va, C. W. Herndon -
Advancement of Colored
day, accusing them of trying to 110760 Ford Salei ;$. VI Rldla Vii.Ire '- NEW YORK (AP) Richard
incite the Soviet people against R Daniel 0 *Hay MrHaffer Co ..40 Jeweler Ralnea Cite.. Burton and his wife Elizabeth People Henceforth in Jackson., said Miss Nilsson, ::r.c1 :;.T. N. 't 'EcP.E) R.'.EN ::t : R ,,',E NTj.; r.lc N:, 7II

him."For R va Wayne> t Petro.; 11707.. Cllv. Taylor, arrived In New York bytrain "I will sing only before integrated I
this he tolda v0. Jsmesd Miffraocbi 151 39
purpose and were greeted at "
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crowd of about 80,000 In the Polk 165 Bniineerlnf Co. vi toiler ta.har I station by more bodyguard audiences. Pud tor ky Storey foe Stt. N.rert.Svo Fund IS.m.rnbe Primerr-tdmund Ho Trios 1b

Hungarian steel city of MIs- Polk Knalneerlnt fn vi TowndionPo than fans.

kolc, "they Invented accusations "vm1lp o.'ine,flror P-nr' N0 t Co"va. tmerion ..rW..I. Police assigned to keep mobs

against me Po'r rnilnearlni Co ... John OreooCaVi away from the pair kept new COOl'll''out nu(,TMI xvm-ue coueixr 6t

"Not Ashamed" T>va.n Marina vi. Alvin PearCa'r'a photographers from taking picures .

"But I am not ashamed of '\ T.rscn", A Marlne ... ..... DliieSneewrn Instead, the couple was '

these charges I am proud off Pnotan. 127.Trmme ." ed Carl. vi. Alton I'taken to the Regency Hotel : t :

them They bring me only pride Revnolda 54511 1210 Ranch, Inn. va Tom BelleriDe3van .. from the train station, and eluc . .; 4' ,y. 4r
and honor. ed about 200 fans gathered out- .\J "
;, .
Totnmr Merara2AO .
Tales va
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Chinese accused Khrushchev side the hotel by entering > .
The / 5Y. e t .
... Johnny MaunSeJrJV.S'biick y ..
De v.r-.y Tuaoo 9 ? .
"the service door. 'J
last week of being through a Iir
capitulationist of all : Co vi. Philip 1:. But-' .
greatest .
fle" 1209 0)
time," a tool of the United Dr I.,Hand L. Harden vi Jams 1.0. : :

States and too concerned with Dr Davlrl are L Harden va. Jackie, John'I < : 'to

standards. DrMDn'. .. W Can- .
raising Soviet living 'A Hardan vi fleas

Khrushchev retorted that aft- Dr 'ox"*' T.. Harden va. Babblri tae w llid 7h 7Of

er the deprivations of Stalin's DrW'nVvld illt Hardan n. Robert B

time, he was helping the Soviet J.nkln. aJO OfC
Dr. D.-IA U. Harden va T I. Andar. diet drnll'that
people "to begin to live like human ,
Dr0lbi'vIS 1: L. Harden vi. B. I Oil.Drbrr lid r.l )

beings""If >alvhld l'7Harden Ji Hubert L. Id.Dr'Kavld : .
our people begin to be bet- t/0 0a

ter dressed, to have better 515. L. Harden va. CrUwell. Brown :I
shoes, to be better fed, to have Allon Parser. pmanca Co ,". Jude Rarvard .
aj50 C
better houses, to Increase their! Alfred rlarrlaon .''ood.1C.o..
Incomes toward satisfaction o i t J.Ital R Porlda Reynolds\ Kalri va.Inn Lewis. 5000. Johnson tt

their needs and cultural re, 1223 52 ABOUT EVERY
'ii 8 P-vnolrii "va Jamei Hue am r
qufrements, that is, to begin tc, J.Jean A debtsn Hall. 1113. A. C. Kdwardi am : 1 reallyquenches
live like human beings, that is i hl_ wife ISO HEALTH NEED a
Danleli 8"n" Ted va Jamei Carl Rar
the rebirth," he said .Ioon. 1137 SI
0.,1., snore Teit vi Mr, and Mrs

,Wavn.leli Huoer Holton Teit. t&121 vi Joe Ollee ISOOO Many items for your bet.
DsnIN, BOtt Ta t n: rvrmlS Morrh
Poles Send New oat 5ADsnlelr 5upee Teat rl. W. Dinner ter health are found In ,

1172 11.
OlbnrT id Wlrt vi. Lonnle McClelland today's modern drug
To CubaMIAMI (164 80Olbon .
Diplomat At Wlrt vi Mri Wauneta aMorrli
(15 store. Our pharmacist can
Oman Ai Wlrt vi. Willie and LluliPanar t
(23(5Olhnn advise their *
(AP-Havana Radio : win va' Cupid ton. (1130 you
Olbon: Ac Wlrt, J A Vauihn. 145Olbon
said Monday that Poland's new / 3.t'. Win ... Artlntaa L.t..,. use and effectiveness . .

ambassador to Cuba has arrived Olbnn oil Wlrt vi. James C West. ask him before
in the Cuban capital. (9130. you buy
Onion At Wlrt TI Johnnie Waller Crow
The diplomat, whose name & 117' ,
Wlrt ... Arm WaarlnCKaeaebeln .
sounded like Pavel Faliowski
Florence ... Maurice and
on the broadcast monitored in TUCKER'SDRUG

Miami flew to Cuba by way of .

Mexico. He was greeted by a '

Cuban STORE . .
foreign relations representative I <
and .(
by ambassadorsof "
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C ': 4Hv YORK (AP-The stock DuPont was unchanged at shares. -

IN market was slightly lower In 262ft.\ Also on blocks on 2,500 shares
[with moderately active trading at the Goodyear which raised Its Ford eased rto 55'J; Boeing
[ today dividend was up ft at 43<4 on lost % at 45% and American
Iwih opening 2,500( shares. American Motorswas Tobacco fell /t to 34%.
[I Most key stocks took small unchanged at 16ft on 8,000. N. S. Steel rose % to 59ft on
J I oases. American Telephone recovered 3,000 shares Radio Corp. was
[ me Sears, Roebuck was off >/{ at '4 at 139 on 4,000 shares Chrysler unchanged at 37 on ,000 shares.
I' 1051on! 1,700 shares. American rose VS to 45 on 2,500 shares Yesterday the Associated
.t Airlines last '/$ at 48/ on 1,700 Pan American World Airways Press average of 60 stocks roseS
shares. declined 1ft to 78% on 2,500n to 3041. a new high.



1 I Awed PAYING l5HacJT5UrlH 1 ABOUND IT...

I .]jOdom pared ., a>ii cue end ,.Ir.\ f hit taeih Cd A

rent In which 71-yeer-old Lekflend. men
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In Two Car WTE STOCKS * * *

t, g43 The Daily InvestorNaturally I

t Yesterday) cwHHen, juijtt jyAMERICAN

Jice 001 r By WILLIAM A. DOYLE the company sends
Q. I own some General Telephone -, the dividend checks to the reg.Istered -
good condition' as he stood
STOCKEXCHANGE A Electronics common owner of the stock. Because -
his smashed
leaning against
people ; stock. When I bought some you ire the "beneficial

er'. his Station wagon. Am Elec ,.............., 1'J! more shares of this same stock owner" (the real owner even
110; "I don't know why: he pulledout Barnes Eng ............. 20 on margin I gave the broker the though the stock is no longer
I "In front of me-he just Jersey Corp .. ........,.; 7 stock certificate for my original registered In your name) the ,j
I 13; ; auto car did, he said. Falcon Sea Dr .......... 10'i\ shares dividends are then credited to
"I was on my way home," Guard Chem ...........) 10 1 7. Glavich explained, "and I saw Gulf Am ................. {!14 my dividend checks directly firm
him way down that road Gulf Sulphur ............ 8 i from the company. Now: You get the dividends on
J ing : (pointing to Clark Road) as he Kratter .................. 8% however I get my dividends both the stock you put up as
I 44; turn the' approached the intersection."I Redwing Carrier ........ 11% from the brokerage firm. Why? collateral and the additional
bring ; ; was doing about 50 to 55 Stephan Co ... ........... 7% A, Because the stock is no shares you bought on margin.Q. .
; miles per hour at the time Syntex ................... 78% longer registered In your name.
6; and I saw him (Baldauf) slow Tampa Elec ...........,? 25'4 Don't get in a flap about this. I
eous down and come almost to a Textron Inc ... .. ......... 17% It's normal business procedure. bought some Pepsi-Cola
in lock, at $22 a share. I feel I
When stock
One you buy on margin
on complete stop OVERTHECOUNTERMUTUAL should sell and buy another
and 14 pull. "Then he pulled out in frontof FUNDS part, you of the borrow. p_ growth stock. I feel It has not
N to me. There was nothing I purchase
A side could do and I downas Affiliated Fund..... .. .. 8.70 price regressed, as other stocks
an hard I could pressed Alico ... .... ............. 7% through your iave. Do you think this wouldbe
gations as on
ing en clutch and brake pedal-I my Am Express ... .......... 43'' broker You put a sound move?
couldn't avoid the collision"Glavich's Auto Merch ......,.,..... 114 up either cashor A. Suppose we get another
Chase: Man Bank ..... ... 70% other col- sounding on your feelings on
I car's I
( Eckerd's Drug ..... ...,. 18% latteral and bor. this Investment. You seem to
'total wheel was nearly bent double Fidelity Fund ............ row the rest. feel disappointed Honestly I
or when his hands gripped it as Fla. Gas .. .. ........... 17,1\1'1 In your case, can't see why.
cut the two vehicles collided. Fla Pub. Util ........... 23 you put up You don't say when you
hours The accident brought thisyear's Fla. Steel .... .......... 9% stock you al- bought the stock. However the
were In death toll on Polk Coun.ty' Fla. Tel .,................ 26ft ready owned as record books show that Pepsi-
city highways to 22, the same Fla. Tile '. ........,.,.... 134 collateral. When DOYLE Cola stock last sold as low as
i number of persons who diedin Founders Life ... ......... 9 you had that stock certificate $22 a share In 1958. As this
A highway accidents last year.In Gulf Life .. ..... ......... 5414 registered In your name your, column goes through the type
345 the same period.No Incorp Invest ... ......... 7.fl9(i! name appeared on the com- writer It's trading close to $50
Charge Filed Inter County Tel & Tel .. 54 pany's books as the registered I a share. In a six-year span,
covery Jackson Mm Mart ...... 511a owner of the stock. So, the dividends that's mighty good growth.
oners No charges were filed, Lewis Bus Forms ...,.... 171/ were sent directly to you. You own stock In a well-
the Shoenborn said Damage to A. H. Robins .,...,....., 38>/ Think back to when you pu t managed company with a fine '
meals.I't* ; and .' the 'Car Baldauf was driving Taylor Inst .........,.>.t '4S% that certificate up as collateralYou growth record. Sure you might I
was estimated at $600. Dam T.V. Elec Fund .. ........ 829 should remember that yoi I do better elsewhere. But, when
age to Clavlch's auto was es Trans Gas Pipe Line ....' 21% endorsed the certificate by sign,. you look for sky-high growth,
night timated;at $1,500 Travelers ............,... 50 ing it on the back. That made I you also must accept the fact
I'Z "im Shoen born was assisted In United Ilium ..........., 39 the stock fully negotiable. That: that: you take on the added risk
; his investigation by Lt. W. B. Universal Foods ........ 31 was done so that the broker, of possible deep drops. If you
Norris and Troopers F. A. could sell the stock, In case you "feel" like switching you'll haveto
for Blosey and Bernard Justice. NEW YORK STOCKEXCHANGE defaulted on the loan. : make that decision yourself.
rec Baldauf a native of Marlon When you put up stock as collateral -
Ohio, came to Lakeland 14 Latest II a.m. the brokerage firm Q. My sister and I are slowly
Im years ago from there. He wasa Close Price normally has the stock transferred buying shares of a mutual fund.
member of the Faith Lutheran Air Reduction 58% 58% and registered in its own The one we have has performed
to a Church.He Aldens 29/4 29'/i name. As pointed out above, wonderfully Is It generallywise
is survived by a son, J. Allengheny Ludlum 45\\.1 45% that Is general practice. to stick wild Just one mutual -
Wesley Baldauf! of Cocoa Allied Chem 57'56% The brokerage firm can use fund Or should we start
and Beach; two brothers, Fred and Allied Stores 61% 61% that stock in its business. For buying shares of another?
Roy Baldauf of Marion Ohio; Am Cyanamid 61% instance, the broker might put A. As long as you are so obviously -
and a sister, Mrs. Mabel Har- Am Home Prd 67% 67% up that stock as collateral fora happy with that one
I bough of Ashland, Ohio. Am Hospital 23% 23% loan it obtains-perhaps froma fund, I can't think of any real
Services will be conducted Am Mach & Frdy W 18% bank. The broker might haveto reason to go Into still another-
tomorrow morning at 10:30: Am Metal Prd 20% 20% obtain a loan, In order to have at least not until you have
) o'clock at the Dukes-Steen Funeral Am Motor 16'16'' '/ the money to make loans to you built up a substantial investment
Home with the Rev. Am Res & Dev 23% 23% and other customers. in the first one.
sat Walter F, Knauff, pastor of Am Tobacco 347343
the the Faith Lutheran Church, officiating Am Tel & Tel 138% 1391/' Latest Latest 11 a.m.
he Ampex 16%} 16% Close; lIa.m'l Close PrIce
Burial will follow at the Aria Pub Ser 35 35'/i'
Oak Hill Burial Park. Armco Steel 75 75 Int Paper 3414 34'4 Southern 5414 54\.1\
Atcha top 28% 28% lot Tel & Tel 581581 Sperry Rand 18% 18Ya
a All! Refin 56% 86% Jones & Laughlin 7814 78% Spiegel 31Y. 31%

Youth Charged Auto Avco Can 23 HI/I 234 14% Kelsey Hayes 36 38 Std Std Oil Oil Cal Ltd 60 65% 60 64'V.%

\ Of Thefts Beneficial 49'$ n% Kimberly Clark 63 3636% 633KerrMcGee % Std 011 N. J. 857/s 86\.1\
Beth Steel 3914 39% Korvette 29 Sunray Oil 30% 31
% 293.
Blaw-Knox 29\% 29'/4' Tenn Gal & Trans 21% 2N/
16-year-old, heavyset youth Borg-Warner 49'4 49'/' Lear-Siegler 13% 133Llggette Texaco . . ... ... 7411} 74%
& 7878
to steal tires from the Gulf station Brunswick 10310/ Myers % Texas Gulf Sui .. 28 28Ya
of South Florida Ave, Burlington 47348 Ljtton Inds 70% 70lA Tidewater ......, 38% 38
Lone Star Gas 2222/. ... ..
They reported the Incident to Burroughs 23323% Tractor Sup 21 -
lar police, Wallace said along Cat Tractor 63'4 82% Loral Elec 7'V. 71P Union Bag ....... 38% -
with the description of the Celanese 6876874 Lorillard 4849 Union Oil ...,. ... 7714 77Va
car the boy was driving. Chemetron 28"% 28/ Madison Fd 19% 193/ Union Pac ... .... 9Y. -
ju- Cites & Ohio 71 707Chrysler Magnavox 40% 4034MarJUardt Union Tank ...... 40140%
Youth Stopped 44% 45 1114 BYe United Fin ....... 31Va -
said About half an hour later, Cln Gas & Elec 26% 26% Martin Marietta ]9Ya 19Ya United Fruit .... 21% 22%
Patrolman W. D. Helm saw Cities Ser 66 66% McCrory 11 11 U.S. Inds ........ 111/4 113U.S. /
the con the car and stopped the McKesson 44% 447/i Rubber ..... 53 533k
Cocoa Cola 128H 12814
", out youth at East Main Street Pal 43% 43H Merck 117 11614MlDn. U.S. Steel ........ 58* 59\\.
and' ', and the BartoN Highway. Colgate Hnwl 121112 1221%I Upjohn .. ...... ... 54 53
18 17
m' Rad %
', Detective H. L, Brown Collins Columbia Gas 287287s MMM 66Ya 66% Vendo .. ....... ,.. 17Y. 1714
questioned the youth but Montg Ward 363. 36'Va Warner-Lambert 281 28%
,, Com Credit 40% 41
ad: Nat Biscuit 61
Wallace said, the boy admit. 601 W. Air Brake .... 35 3514
Con Edison 86% 86% Nat Can 163
tires ted nothing except having 1614 Westinghouse .... 3513531
he and been at the locations. Con Foods 49ft\ 49% Nat Dairy 7117111 Winn Dixie ...... 39130
i Strong evidence from the Consumer Pwr 4614 48 Nat Fuel 3P. 31 Woolworth ....... 1634 7714
investigation showed the boy Cont Can 48'/i 48/ Nat bymsum 513/ 514 Xerox .. ........ 85'V. 86
was involved in the thefts, Cent Oil 66'4 66% Nat Tea 16% 16'4'' Zenith Rad .. .... 843j 8411J
Wallace said and he was Ctrl Data 83% 8314 Nia-Mohawk 507// 50aOkla :Occidental ... .... 24 24/
with placed in the Bartow Juvenile Corn Prds 65'4 64% Gas Ie Elec 26261 Jim Walter .. ... 34734%
Home for further investi Crown Cork 31% 31% Outboard Marine 18 18Ya 1
was gation. The case was turned Den & Rio R R 20% 20 Pac Gas & Elec 31% 311;
sold over to the juvenile division De Soto Chem 22'22'' / Pan Am Sulphur 31Ye 31Y. Club Has
new last Tuesday Dr Pepper 27% 28/ Parke Davis 30Ys 303 i Boys
Deputy Hank Krol and Sgt. Dresser Inds 28128! % Penney, J. C. 5P51%'
Wallace questioned the boy DuPont 1621282 Pepsi Cola 50 493 Busy ScheduleLakeland
said and he allegedly admittedone Eastman Kodak 127ft 127 Pfizer 47t471/
tire theft, and allegedly Gamble Skgmo 33ft 33/ Phlla Elec 32% 31% Boys Club members
at admitted he attempted to Ga Pac 661581,3\ Phelphs Dodge 10 10 have a busy schedule for the
take two more tires at the Gen Elec 8814 88% Piper Air 50% 51Ya remainder of the week, accord
for South Florida Avenue location Gen Foods 91% 92 Pit Plate Glass 701s 7DYe ing to their Executive Director
Gen Inst 12ft 12ft Proctor & Gamble 84% 84% Carl Schowe.
Upon' further Investigation, Gen Motors 81% 81% Pub Srv Elec & Gas 7S 75 Activities will begin tonightat
Wallace said it was learned Gen Tel ft Elec 3S'35/4 Pure Oil 47147 7:30: o'clock when club members
and that the boy had been selling Gen Time 12ft 12'/i Raybe.tos Man 45 45 hold a pet show at the
for radios and tires in town. Gen Tire 27327% Rep Steel 47 <47 Boys Club. Schowe has urgedall
Once that fact wa- made Gillette 31% 31% R.I. Reynolds <46Ya 46\.1\ boys to come and bring
\ Wal. plain, Wallace said, the boy W. R. Grace 56% 56ft Reynolds Met 43'4 43% their pets. The public is also
readily admitted taking the Great A & P Tea 39%} 39% Rhod Sel Trust 6% 6'V. Invited to attend this Boys Club
been tires and radios and selling Greyhound 57ft 5714 Safeway Stores 62,. 621 function. '
de them. Grumman 41741% Scott Paper 37 37Y. The Boys Club schedule will
the Held At Home IBM 597 599ft Seaboard Air R 48% 48 continue tomorrow with the an-
being held at the juvenile lot Harvester 71% 71ft Sears I05% 105?. nual track and field meet which
said home pending further court IMC JOlla 10ft Sinclair Oil 45% 45Socony /. will begin at 3:30: p.m. at the It

the I action. Oat Min & Chem 6868% 70% 704r Boys Club. ,


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To Push Yankees For TitleBy

BOB HOOBING "Their defense is as good as 'ever under new Manager 'making him the take-charge guy and Apariclo Is taking hold 1Z Tuesday April 7. 1114

Associated Prtu Sports Writer Yogi Berra. But I didn't see Mickey Mantis step out. Hi's very well. He's the one who! runs In to the pitcher now"

BOSTON (AP)-Chicago, Baltimore, Minnesota and Detroit still favoring the knee on which he had the operation. Roger Minnesota-"The team has a lot of tools. It is more

will press the defending champion New York Yankee in a Marls wasn't doing much. nature now and look the part I was Impreued by that

five-way American League pennant fight. President Joe Cronin "The biggest New York concern la pitching-namely solid young pitcher, Jerry Amigo Sam Mele is alternating Bob
believes. help for Whitey Ford, Jim Bouton and Al Downing The Allison and Vic Power at first base Bernie Allen Is looking

His reasoning: All four show marked improvement while problem Is not the eight men on the field It'* on the mound better at second Zoilo Versalles la just terrific at short,

the Yankees, seeking their 14th flag in 18 years, have stood and in the bullpen." continually making the big plays" Tiger Rally
still. The Cronin analysis of the four challengers tHigh Tigers Improved

Hope Detroit.'nibs line-up la much better looking with Jerry

Opens MondayThe Chicago-"Al Lopes U the most optimistic manager down Lumpe at second base. He has helped Dick McAuliffe Im

64th campaign opens next Monday with Los AngelesIn there. In swltchhitting Don Buford up from Indianapolis, the measurably. Don Demeter and Billy Bruton help in thi out.

Washington. Cronlif made his remarks Monday on the White Sox have a mature, 27-year-old rookie second baseman field. Al Kallne wasn't hitting well this spring but that's no Defeats A'sTrailing

basis of his observations at Florida spring training camps. who can fly and made the trade of Nellie Fox possible The cause fO( concern because everyone knows what he can do.

"I can't predict a l0-team race as much as we would Sox have good speed and more pitching help In the big rookie, A great deal depends on the bat of Norm Cain and pitching"

hope for one" Cronin said. "I pick the White Sox Orioles, Fritz Ackley." The race-"l think it will be better as a result of the
7-2 after the Detroit Tigers 1
Twins and Tigers as the leading challengers to the Yankees Baltimore-"Hank Bauer has instilled a lot of aggressive Dodger*.beating New York in the World Series. Some of the seven innings eruptedtot <
six off rookie Bob Flynn yesterday at Bradenton and
because each has decidedly Improved. ness In the line up. He's got the club hustling. I think shortstop teams who thought the Yankees were Invincible may change runs I
"The Yankees are still the Yankees Luis i Apariclo is in for a really great is their thinking an 8-7 ;victory over the Kansas City Athletics
-- --- -- -- _ It was the Bengal' second win in a row and left them 9.14

; for spring They were to have played the Houston Colts 45s in I
League RoundupHoward
HIGHLANDERSHOST I Cocoa today Tomorrow will be an off day although come of the

WILDCATS Tigers will play on the Syracuse team against Little Rock. On

Thursday, the Tigers will close their Lakeland spring exhibition1
LAKE WALES The Lake HittingAt schedule by hosting the Athletics at Henley Field. Oametim

Wales Highlanders, 5-3 for the will be 1:30: p.m. Friday is "break camp" day and Saturday
will clash with the Har-
season, the Tigers will be In Charlotte N.C. for an exhibition game
dee Wildcats here tonight in a
The Bengal used a rookie of
Southwest Conference baseball .400 V their own and the Athletics *
game ClipBy 1 Y9
The game is slated for 7:30 showed proper appreciation
To Hurl
the They collected nine hits off Fritz Aguirre
p.m. with Pic Heam doing
for the Fisher, a first-year southpaw
hurling Highlanders For
HAL BOCK In IS appearances for a .400 and six runs, including a homer SyracuseHank

I Associated Press Sports Writer average by Dick Green. Former Tiger Aguirre wW hurl for

Frank Howard, baseball's reluctant Personal problems kept Howard Rocky Colavito had a single In the Syracuse Chiefs here tomorrow

dragon, i II breathing fire out of the Dodger camp four trips at 1M p.m. at Henley
again and that means that Walt until last week and without his Terry Fox sidelined all Field when they clash with
7f I Alston manager of the world bat the Dodger attack was spring with a sore arm, made I the Arkansas Travelers In a

champion Los Angeles Dodgers somewhat on the skimpy side. f his first appearance In an exhibition Class AAA exhibition game

can breathe Just a little bit Howard's lifetime slugging average r game and pitched two There will be no admission
Innings. He was lagged for
e easier of .512 tops among the charge for the contest featurIng .
three hits and Bill Faul
a run.
Howard, whose hulking 6-foot- Dodgers and ninth best among the Chiefs, Detroit's farm
7 f form was conspicuously absent active players adds a needed ivu- the hurled the final two and got club In the Class AAA International .

from the Dodger training camp punch to Alston's cast. w' victory League and the Trsv
In the first burst of three
for most of the spring, turned fr runs elers.
Howard's hitting shared the the Tigers' Dick McAuliffe
last week and the flimsy Manager Charley Dressen
spotlight with Sandy Koufax'pitching tripled home two runs in the
been used several of
Los Angeles attack hasn't his regular
The Dodger ace eighth and scored a moment
the same since hurlers this week In exhibition
hurled six strong Innings, allowing later on an error
II Two Key Hits five hits and games Involving Tlgar farm
striking out The Tigers wrapped up matters
teams In an effort to give them
"TRY The giant outfielder six. 1 In the ninth as Norm Cash work
enough for the season's
stroked two more hits Monday singled In a run; McAuliffe
KINGEDWARD' night al Los Angeles whippedthe Belinsky Stars ROSI SCORES ON PASSED IALL-Cinei ....H Reds ,.1. RM croup plate l. seer* from third tied the score with a single opener Stadium next Tuesday at Tiger

New York Yankees M inan .n M"4 ball In fifth 'Imtinf .f soma wild the Fhiloddphii Fhilliu In Clearwater ,..t.rd.,. and Purn Goldy drove him
and Knoxvllle
exhibition game It broughthis Bo Belinsky, the Los Angeles milllti ,Itch., Chris Shirt Nfi .! the runntr to* I hN .ft.r Nkng. tou from catcher GUI Tritndoi. home, the winning run with a continue Syracuse will

Am.'ca'st.rpet tiling Cg.r spring production to six hits Angel southpaw, continues to Row colleted rw. triplet In the |.m, won S3y Hi* Rail,. (AP Wlraphoro sacrifice fly. for the to next play ten exhibitionshere
.. .. Impress In the Angels' Palm I days.
---- ------------------------ -- ------ Billy Bruton had a double anda

Springs, Calif camp. He won single; McAuliffe, a triple anda
his second game of the spring Need single: and Cash, two singlesto Liston Dropped
BEAT THE HEAT Let Us Install Now! Monday allowing only three Rain Would Favor Wings lead the Tiger hitting attack. From WBA Rating

hits in six Innings as Los Angeles Vern Handrahan. a rookie

defeated the Cleveland Indians righthander stopped Detroit on MIAMI BEACH AP
7.1.Roger four hits for the first five innings Former heavyweight champion!

Craig, who had trouble HitterAUGUSTA Sonny Llston hasn't been impended
letting runs with the New York Long-Ball TIOIKt' ASM HATH'1C* A. It H by the World
SetBy .ruten" 4 a a M.tC.w. er t II Boxing
AIR CONDITIONER Meta, is running Into the same Playoff Lumr.Tv.n.o 10 f : c..r.'.kull., r fn I Association. But he can't fightto
difficulty: with the St. Louis >tn 3k cost )krtwn e regain his crown until he n

Cardinals Craig, the victim of Ca.; (AP) With I reau., although it is hoped the TIlE ASSOCIATED PRESS'C.h a Sk If *$ II William CoJ.v.t.* rf II .i I r I reinstated to the WBA's ratings

33 / % MORE COOLING 12 shutouts last season, shared every drop of rain, the Augsta'course will be fit for practice Tempers may flare in Detroit Outer McAul., rf M Ik 4 S* t C 1 O..tl J.Aiutik..._..IfPhilliM Ik If I. Ed Lassman, WBA president
pitching chores with Ray Sa- said the Listen
I National Golf Course grew longer 1 rounds today It was closed before I tonight if the red-necked RedWings ,f.ul" I i (<*.*. i Monday night
And Here I* ""IU . decki and Bob Humphries and 4 i i .r>." if lad been dropped from the ratings
and the field for the Masters noon'Monday are half as mad at the ..*.. r S I QI-MH. Sk 4Few a I
Twin Squirrel Cage a Rheestal Switch the Cards wound up on the short *. I" e M.n h.n *. S because of a police charge
The tournament Thursday !-I Chicago Black Hawks as w't 31 .'
opens they a
Blewers larger tell than most air end of a 1-0 verdict against Baltimore got smaller -i pending in Denver. He Is ac
and It seems highly unlikely are at referee Frank Udvarl. t.ui,. 11 nt TN.U', n "t nA
Thtrmettot Central cendltltntrs for c."'. "This course always favor there will be The veteran official took -LmM Cut for C. in h. .th. cused of carrying a concealed
enough sunshine i a TIOI"* . 100 001 .>J t
Magnetic Clutch plate tar cooling Good But Loses the long hitter," said veteran to put any roll back into verbal beating from Detroit ATMLITIC.,. .P0.. .- .IM.,1M 1 O-T weapon.
1-0"' A T <>r tT-111 AM The WBA said in a Monday
Elsewhere Byron Nelson. "And with a the lush fairways Coach Sid Abel Monday as the (..._ 17.I. or-Phillip. *CMkl LOB-
Ken Johnson of
., .
T. r *i Athtatic* 7. IruMnWillUnw release of ratings that "former
PRESEASONSALE Houston pitched six perfect innings soaking rain, it favors the man Nicklaus was asked If lie Wings and Hawks prepared for Irtwn. .3a-C.Ywr. Mc.AYIfh. heavyweight champion Sonny

but lost when Milwaukee who hits the ball a long way in thought a wet course would turn the sixth game of their best-of- Ooldy,, HH-Or.1. 'r.wn, .C..IMeA..hlltt. ..., Ch..... 1OrMi Liston was removed from the

bunched I four hits for two runs the air. That's Jack Nicklaui.",the tournament into a Nicklaus- seven Stanley Cup semifinal se 1; ,C My..! ,.C. /:.ito,.,!:d*:rfHr.wn <: ratings due to his indefinite

In the second inning and a 2-1 "The rain cuts the field of, Palmer battle rice Detroit, trailing 32. Is s .....? ,I t a I a0H.cd suspension.

: victory Manny Mota socked a players with a good chance Arnold Ready"I step away from oblivion but the ; i t However, Lawman said later
grand slam homer, highlighting down to only four or five," said Nick- Red Wings have a ready-made 01nn,' IL) a a/1 : J 1 tl I "Liston is not suspended; he is
certainly ,
hope so In
scapegoat Udvarl they fail ..,
a six-run Pittsburgh rally and a the even more veteran Gene ., ,.It'.. 0 e simply removed from the rat.
aus said, "because that would to force Into 050- her 1..w..I.
12-4 victory over Minnesota. Sarazen. "Nicklaus, and Just a Chicago a deciding ......11.. (.Ivrn*. CarrivaH .n4 liar. ings."
-- - --- mean that I would be right ,up seventh game. T-a.u. AI.'OO.Spring .
I Kansas City lost its fifth handful of others; Arnold Palmer
there. Arnold Is Just about Abel accused Udvarl of "chok
REGULAR PRICE $289,95 straight as Detroit rallied for' old Sam Speed, maybe. And Drills
For LokelondExLakeland
six runs in the last two inningsand among the youngsters, Rex Baxter ready to start playing his best ing up" when he allowed a disputed -
an 8-7 victory. Willie Mays and Jack Rule." golf He's hitting the ball as far Chicago goal in the

SPECI \clubbed two doubles and a tri Nicklaus the as I've ever seen him hit it.1 Hawks' 3.2 victory last Sunday
$21900 I 24-year-old TigersOn
ple as San Francisco topped the
Golden who
Bear last was
Limited :Chicago Cubs 97. The Chicago the player to win
youngest ever I Komives ScorersNEW I
INSTALLED I White Cincinnati Sox nipped defeated the Meta Phila-2.1and the Masters, looked at the Tops Cage Current

steady downpour Monday and SquadLakeland's
delphia admitted it didn't hurt chancesto YORK (APHowardButch post ion a year ago to the top

BENNIE WHITTEN'SAUTO be the first player ever to ( ) Komives Bowling spot. He capped his college career .

*HA VA repeat. Green's hot-handed backcourtace with a record 50 straightfree Tigers are still The Parent Tigers are slated
MORTGAGI LOANS' "This is Just wonderful for throws In his last five In the nebulus stage and the to prune their roster this
PARTS & SERVICE FIRST MORTGAGE CORD me," he'said.. is the major college basket- games. lineup for the April 20 openerIn week-possibly later today-

410 S. Fla. Ave, Phone 682.3115 "SlOjVKI Or It FLORIDA OUH .WtlNSSS* Rain Is expected to continue ball scoring champion. Only Frank Selvy former Tampa with the Tampa and this will result in some

Ma.Ne MU(. 'fiord 1117*UMOR4 AM. off and on through Wednesday The 6.foot.1 senior fired at a Furman star, and ex-Utah gunner Tarpons Is still a big question wholesale shuffling of the en

according to the Weather Bu- 36.7 points.per-game clip-third Bill McGill finished with mark. tire farm system(
--_._._--- ------ --.---- highest average in history-and higher season averages. Selvy Manager Al Federoff has a The current squad of Tigers

THE DEPENDABLES: SUCCESS CARS OF '64 headed a record list of seven averaged 41.7 points per-game squad of from 26 to 27 playersIn Pitchers: Gary Hart, Gene

collegians with averages of bet- in 1954 and McGill posted a 38.8 training at Tigertown including Morowskl Tom Rudolph, Kenneth

ter than 30 points per-game, according mark in 1962. several who played Kinared, Richard Kern-

to final statistics re A pair of team records fell. here briefly last summer inlani, Robert Poynter, Gerald

leased today by the NCAA. Detroit's 961 scoring average While there is an excellent Napoli Jack Nutter Gus Marco -

Nick Werkman of Seton Hall erased the mark of 95.8 set by chance many of the players Gary Legg Rogert Hall,

last year's No. 1 scorer, finished Morehead State in 1956. Davidson currently on Federoffs squad Tom Meinershagen.
second this season with a 33.2 shot .544 from the floor will probably not be here by
Catchers Holmquistand
mark. eclipsing the field goal accuracy April 20, there is also the : Doug
Frederick Herb.
Manny New. o m e, Western record of .921 held by Au possibility some will stay with Infielders Ken Young Jun.

Michigan, 32.7; Bill Bradley burn' 1960 team. the "red" squad and open the for : Robert Adcock,
'_ Princeton, 32.3; Rick Barry Miami Terry Holland< of Davidson led season with Lakeland Other Lopez
S S Alan Dustal Barrie Williamson
xt Fla, 322; Gary Bradds the individual marksmen with a Detroit Class A farm clubs Gene
Don and
c Ohio State 346, and Steve .631 percentage. Tulsa's Rick Include Duluth. Minn., in the Smith. Pepper

Thomas, Xavier, Ohio, 300, Park missed only 13 of 134 foul Northern League and Jamestown -
completed the 30-polnt club. I shots for a winning ,903 percentage N.Y., In the New York- Outfielders: Lonnie Carrier Miall
William Vois
Komfvea vaulted from 45th I In free throw accuracy Penna League James
.. and John Bly.
Hart, Rudolph, Young to-

pez, Pepper and Carrier all
played for the Lakeland Tigers

in '63.Lakeland.

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In Bartow InvitationalBARTOW DreadnaughtsCompete
ka Hot Or Cold
/ ? y Hosts TomorrowIn
a KingLakeland's Eight high ichool mile, one of his best times for Track Meet

track teams, with the possibilityof the season

a ninth, will compete Thursday Meador gives I Kathleen CLEARWATER-Lakeland's
He Was ExpertBy Dreadnaughts will afternoon In the Ba.-tow Invitational added strength In the field Dreadnaught track and field

present a shuffled lineup when Track and Field Meet events with his broad Jumping. team will compete In the Sun
they clash with the King High The meet is scheduled to get He leaped 18feetInches In 'N' Fun meet here tomorrow.
-- Ions tonight at Henley Field. under way at 3:30 p.m. at the his last effort and is Improving
ARtHUR DILEY dreau. Mast who to
The will
Dreadnaughts compete -
Ricky Pelck. Junior right
School track field.
Bartow In
High practice.
@Nrhs {fork Elms. score the only run of the In the Illllsborough Relays
hander will get the nod for All the Southwest Florida Conference Lake Wales Haines City and
NEW YORK Baseball'sspring game, was called safe by Polk Coun-
I the Dreadnaughts with Bobby teams, with the exception Plant City will be In the run on Friday; the
training was just be. Stewart even though still pictures I track and field meet In Au
Gates doing the catching.Lakeland's of Pasco High of Dade City, ning for the overall team title. ty
ginning and hockey was rush- later seemed to indicate Infield: Joe Shel- are entered. They are Kathleen, All have formidable crews, the burndale on April 14; the Western -
ing toward the Stanley Cup he was out.
nut Ibj Hal Hunt 2b Larrell Auburndale, Hardee of Wau and to ( all the Conference track and field
: ; depth, strength go
4 have time wait
finale when a heart attack "I don't to
meet at Tampa on April 24
Willis ss; Llwood DuVal 3b. chula, Plant City. Names City, way
whisked Bill Stewart at for pictures or X-rayi. snap
away In the outfield will be Mickey Lake Wales and Bartow. This Invitational could be a and the Group 4 meet on May
iir the of 69. The coincidenceof ped Bill. "I called him safe
age Pennington, Ken Titus and The pre-meet favorite Is preview of things to come In the 2. May I Is the Florida State
C the overlapping dates was because that's what he was.
r track and field championshipsat
Steve Jenkins. expected to be the Class AA Southwest Florida Conferencemeet
striking because Bill had Being human, all umpires
The Dreadnaughts are 2-8 for Western Conference Winter [ scheduled later this month. Gainesville.
x served both sports with great make mistakes on occasion.
the season and 1-4 In Western Haven High I Blue Devils.
will admit fluff,
r distinction. He was a rare Few ever a
'one, a big league baseball but Bill\ was one of the few, Conference and Group 4 play. Coach Bob Oenbrlnk's Lakeland i

umpire for 22 years and a big There was a time, for Instance Tonight's game will be a Group High I Dreadnaughts
another Class AA Western
league hockey referee for 14. during a Dodger- 4 affair.
Those who best knew this Cardinal game when a pitchto The Dreadnaughts will be on Conference power, may compete -

bellicose little guy regardedhim Stan Muslal was called a the road after tonight's game In the meet.
with the Lions until April 17 Coach Martin Mills' Kathleen
with both admiration and ball. Leo Durocher came
out of the dugout In violent I when they host the Plant Panthers clndermen are expected to be
ATTRACTIVE ANGLIRS-P.,,, I,,.,,.., I.H, .nj. H.I.* I affection.Whether the hot ing In a Western Conference improved and provide stiff com
lord. Sold M, the throe fish they caught fishier *..r th. Seal. sport was proteat."Was petition from the results of the
or cold, he did a deft and ex- it too high? screamed game
I Gully pits wet of L..I.. "... They vitd. live .hi"." for hail sal. pert job. Most amazing beyond Leo Bill shook his head. Red Devils' last outing with
fished. out .f Stmky's Uvo left H.MM. screamed Auburndale. John Carter, Ronnie(
question was the feat of "Was it too low? Williams Fights
Visquera, Sanford Garland, and
legerdemain he performed In Leo. Bill\ shook his head
Fields Tony Meador are the stalwartsof
FISHING-HUNTING the 1937-38 season with the "Was it too wide or too Tonight

r : Chicago Black Hawks. It was close" screamed Leo In HOUSTON (AP) Cleveland, Against the Kathleen Auburndale tracksters Carter,

more than mere legerdemain.It growing exasperation as the Williams tries to protect his'considered one of the better,

Fish Catch came close to being black head shaking continued." World Boxing Association rating half milers in the state but who
"Where was it? by this
magic against unranked Tommy
hasn't hit last season's peak
Frederic McLaughlin time he was howling Fields of Los
Major Angeles tonight In I stepped off a 2:06 in his special
owned the Hawks a hockey "It was right over the mid a 10-round heavyweight match cleared the

Reports ZoomBy team that was without stars dle and waist high." said Williams Is an overwhelms;8: vault ty. Visquera bar at 12 feet while Garland pole.

U spirit or enough proficiencyto Stewart, an honest man "ButIt favorite. He weighs 217'/|, was clocked in 5:05: for the
finish anywhere but last. was a ball because I calledit pounds to about 192 for Fields, --_ StQ 's5nri

FRED W. JONES The major was fascinated by that way. I Just blew it" and also carries a decided edgein RUSSIA WINS
Fishing-Hunting EditorIf the verve, fire and compe- Leo slunk away. All the air reach. ikMa4.r.rcN

it hadn't been for the rather high winds, the past few tence of Stewart as chief of had been let out of his bal. No one In the heavyweight di' JOPLIN,basketball Mo. (APRussla'swomen's team, de- r

days would have been Ideal for the fisherman. The high temperatures the National Hockey League loon.But vision can match Williams' rec fending world I MHYN wyn.lr '
referees. So he hired him as Stewart didn't blow ord of 49 knockout victories. champions
have been bringing the water temperatures back up opened a five. U.S. tour
One of his toughest game
manager-coach. many. also is aware of the
with a rush. Any day when the winds aren't high now, things Because he had no stars, calls came one year when the importance of this fight He i Is Monday night by overwhelming .

should be real good. Bill concentrated on develop- Cards and Cubs were fightingfor in line to fight either Ernie Ter: the Wayland College Flying .raw"MyWhiskeye

The reports from the west central coast are very good. ing teamwork. Because he had a pennant. The bases were rell. Eddie Machen or Floyd Queens 78-36.

We hear the kings are biting and they are being caught in no bench strength, he made full In the ninth and Urn War- I Patterson if he gets by Fields. The Russian women took the

big numbers. We haven't been yet but any day now. . constant substitutions by pour. necks had a 3-2 count on the lead with three minutes gone,
In fresh waters the reports Indicate the shellcrackers and ing fresh men on the Ice. His hitter. Another ball and the MONDAY'I clears upped it to 15-4 in the next seven Most often of all,those words reflect warmly I pride

__.or " calculating mind discoveredand winning run would be forced TOKYM..h O. C,,. A.I.t..,.r.h Pr-'.. 11113. minutes and led 31.19 at the wJ trust in 7 Crown-the brand that las won more friends for more

TAMPA" ... ..... ,... exploited enemy weaknesses across the plate. J.......... ._.. t.'n.. .... ....ta V,11.. alloy half. They picked up the pacein
SAY.TI" "?* Ana a H (II I 12 .m Ph' 10.MaMWII than other whiskey in the world.Say Seagram's and be Sure
l M m i tow Id.. I 1) .. .. n .. .,_ ....... .... .. .. the final and had years any
......, iraon .,- 1 41 ......| m.*t.,f 1.H >m...!..son S 1* /& until he had wangled Stewart was never more .to." . Wit,. WII.m Mori.. lli lei, .Muni...'-,. period a
FrO the Black Hawks Into the alert than when Warnecke ".. ;. 31-point margin at one point

bream are purely in the hitting mood-and are, In fact, actively Stanley Cup playoffs as the fired his payoff pitch. The :., ,,'t ( ; >:"" l.i JllL' 111

bedding. (This seems awfully early to us, but it may rankest of outsiders. umpire called It a ball and
Just be our memory Is getting bad!) The Chicagoans lost the held his breath. If Gabby
first quarter-final game and Hartnett the catcher had
But whatever, they are biting In many places In numbersand
won the next two, one in overtime raised any sort of fuss the
many people Insist they're on the beds-and the speckled They did the same In stirred-up fans would have
perch still biting too! (It'. just got to be early) the semi-final. When they rioted. But Hartnett didn't '

Of course, as Is always the case when the waters warm up reached the final against the move. He just growled at N.
i ah
in the spring, the bass are also hitting. We've had many top slick Toronto Maple Leafs, Stewart behind him.

water lure reports in the past couple of weeks, which is also their goalie had broken his "Dammit Bill" lie said.

usual in the spring. toe and an inxperienced kid "It kills me to( admit It, but

And another thing that Is usual with springtime fishing had to guard the cage. The you made a good call The

here In Florida, the fishermen are getting some big bass. boy was as lucky as he was ball was an inch wide of the

Seems to us more big bass are caught in the spring than dur- good. plate."
ing all the rest of the year. He stopped one sure goal in

i A good example of the reports we're getting now comes Mack Sennett fashion. He was Kathleen Hosts wheel
from Williams trapped facing the wrong way alignment
George Williams Brothers Bait and Fishing Cen-
ter on Lake Parker at the when a Maple Leaf player Pasco TodayThe
power plant. George sends in some blank
fired at point range.
for and
of catches and safety
photos some comments- The shot struck dame for Kathleen Senior Hig economy

Six Bass From Lake Parker tune's darling in the seat of School varsity and Jayvee base
his pants. The Black Hawks ball teams each have two Brake

"Enclosed is a photo of Walter Drigger 326 Fern Road, won that game and went on games scheduled this week

with the six bass he caught In Lake Parker using Missouri to win the Stanley Cup. The The varsity Red Devils 01 ,$7501 Adjustment

minnows.. (And the photo shows six very respectable bass-the overjoyed victors I hoisted Coach Charlie Lyle wens to hav

kind most people would be proud to( show off.) Stewart to their shoulders and hosted the Pasco High Pirates 01 f Only c 4
stayed true to( character. They
"And Michael Zayatz, 839 Fairway Ave., with three bass, almost dropped him. But they Dade City at 4 p.m. today In a '

the largest six pounds, caught while fishing the shoreline of held on-which also was in Southwest Florida Conferenc( i
Meanwhile, jayvee
Lake Parker character match. have traveled to Dad Don't risk uneven costly tire wear. Uneven

"Nancy Huff with a beautiful string of speckled perch. It was as a baseball umpire City were for to an encounter at 4 p.m. treads not only shorten tire life, but make driving
(These three strings of fish all caught on April 4.) that Bill gained his most var.itynine.
with the Pirate junior dangerous Our front wheel alignment service includes -
"M. W. Lee, 2638 Minneola with 17 speckled perch caught enduring renown. He showedhis .

from Lake Parker on the 17th of March." mettle from the very start Friday, Coach Lyle takes correcting caster, camber, toe-in and toe-

George wrote the note on Saturday and said: "Fishing has when he was paired with Bill his varsity diamond crew to out, plus a complete safety-check of the entire

really been good today Bass biting like mad. Specks up to Klem, the greatest of all umpires Bartow for a 4 p.m. Southwest steering system. Stop in soon for this low-cost
1% pounds being caught. Night fishermen are doing( real good The supposedly Infallible Florida Conference engagement "
Klem called a balk but Yellow Jack- service. The longer you drive "out of line, the
with many limit strings being caught in the wee hours of the against the 1
morning."Specks. Stewart, the newcomer, was ets. The Red Devils JV, on .... I more trouble you'll have later!
In a better position to see the the same day, at 4 p.m. enter
are not on the beds but the bass are found In the
move. He overruled his chief. of Pnco.Kathlen' .
tains the Jayvees
weeds now fanning the beds. I've bass In
never seen so

my life!" many when The they atmosphere reached was their dress-chilly all and 3-4. varsity in the was SWC 3-5 before over $ LOOK What A Penny Will Buy!
Then have ;
we a series of photos from Mrs Hannah at The Ing quarters afterwards. this afternoon's clash with Pasco .
Bait Well on East Glendale showing more good catches. "
"Young man, said a sad The Pirates defeated the Red
Among them are: "Dennis Parker, 1014 Meadow Ave., with a Klem, hurt beyond words, "I Devils earlier In the season All f Ili , Cleaner and Polish or '
$ 175
string of bass and catfish from Clark Pool. He used live been V
worms had hoped you'd with have
and agree the Kathleen losses r t Cleaner and Wax . . . . I Chrome Cleaner . . . . . .
a SuperSonic plug. me" road games. a
"W. W. Armstrong and J. J. Yoems, both of West Patterson "Mr. Klem," said Bill, "I Probable starting hurler for

Street, with a string of bream and bass from a pit south didn't come Into this leagueto Kathleen today will be right M I V

of Mulberry. The largest bass weighed 5 pounds, 2 ounces. ( become a yes man. I haveto hander Doug English whIle x Wheel Balance . . . . n95Second Wheel . . . . to
They used crickets and artificial worms." call them as I see them" right-hander Gary Sawyer prob "i Including Weights -
"Good boy" said Klein ably get the starting nod for I '

visibly brightening "You'rethe Friday.
REDSKIN OWNERS PONDER kind of man we want. Rounding cut the Kathleen I

The most controversial decision starting lineup will be Brad Ie
OFFER TO BUY FRANCHISEMIAMI ( Stewart ever made was Russum 2b: Dink Rhode, ]Ib; Fast Flush . . . . 95c . .

In the 1948 World Series when Paul Williford, 3b; Tony Silver,
BEACH (AP) The lion for 100 per cent of the Bob Feller apparently trappedPhil ss; Ken Hedgecock If: Ronnie 1 e

acting head of the Washington stock. However, Deorsey said Masi! off second base on Hughey, d. Bennie Boutwell, rf, Oil Change. Reg. Price-Lube . . . .
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"LMUNO DIIIVI IN Jun'"l. OoddiM and Oirl IB thl STATION
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Todar the II.And.. "Tomorrow THIATI: "Adnn.1 to I K BlMlH HAVEN;. RIU: Pirll Whet George W. Crane, Ph.D., M.D.

IIOIIY. THIATIII t IN..I) WINTER RAYON ,-"1(5,55 Pale 8I1n- _ __ __ ...__ _
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Tadl "Bh."UII Weddlnr' ilia '<0<)d''. CASE S2: Bill Scott, aged That's very frightening In
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17, was a track star Illinois but only to the many
Dalrlt9Te IIldl>t" MEXICO CITY AP-Mexl-- He ran the half mile for unnecessary Job holders and
and "Iof'edlbl ..."
AVON PARR; HII.n.Stranes i "Madams"Cre"'u. co has doubled Its electric pow.er South Shore High School in Inefficient departments of our -

aA HMNUl'crTY*Ttw" Outdoor: "Nulln, on the capacity In six years but !It Chicago. state government! t- ;,V; : :7" fowsive He, DIANA. Ag C1ND THE REEF.E"s BET THAT GUY NOT THIS

Not "'..." -and Ik"A H.lnt vor*: "PIraoe Print' still can't meet demand, reportsthe Our oldest son, George, wasfreshman What makes Bill Scott so f7 1 WAS CONCERNED ARE MORAY EELS, HAS CAUSED 6iet.. LET s
AffilT a unique Is not his promise to ABOUT TOUR SAFETY. 6ARRACUDA A 6IRL iiOvE OFF
LANG WALKS tale:: Pro.. Federal Electricity Commission TO5IGHDIRK
I1 I Sport and "La'' Viol from member of thai cut costs, for almost all candl T -
ntiUl. director. By Jan 1 capacitywill I DID NDr MEAN TOfiw
P14' ; same team. dates do that as typical campaign ;
T <; ar lt 4 E RUDE, RAYS.I'lL .
Newman, MD" and "sans Bf.rI; for be 5.1 million kilowatts, he Bill was malarky tr = ?t
Reran nrotnvri BE CAREFUL. r
PLANT CITY SUr Itt: Lluint.. Ul. said George's ideal a But Bill Scott really scares ; THANK >OU.WrIAr b.,1 ;
And if those who hope to get hand.
George had outs from the taxpayers. I
I not crashed to For they know he has already /-
TODAY. .at MORRISON'SEfijoy his death when cut costs of one department

his jet plane of our state govern.
m HAPPY iDif fefjcnce was struck. ment by over 10%, so he could
from the rear--''I very well spread that wholesome

at the Glen I economy to ALL the
View Naval DR. CRANEAir other departments.

Show, George would now If our son George were alive
be a stellar campaigner for today, I know he'd be a fervent
Bill Scott. campaigner for Bill Scott : -

Mrs. Crane and I had attended For George was frugal with V6UR CPiMiosI OP 1 ITHlrJKTHE/ARBHERe" THiS eiW\teOLD Bs
the track meet that his own Marine Air Corps pay ROCKSr I TO STAY..1HSRS IS NOpcxsr I A SMASH Af COCKTAIL:) .

afternon 21 years ago. George checks and believed in sound .J ABOUT Ii.l pARTl S. ,
Introduced us to Bill economy by government too :

We haven't seen Bill since All of us American taxpayers w .. v

But we feel that Bill should should encourage candidates 1
be the model for ALL Democratic whether Democratic or

and Republican political Republican, who resolutely
candidates nowadays. Why? prove that they mean business l .1
Well, Bill was the dark horse when they say they will!

candidate for Treasurer of our prune off the many unnecessary .
State of Illinois In 1962. expenses of local, state .
He shocked and federal government. .
many people by
"' winning the election. For bankruptcy plays right .
Into the hands of socialism, -
And he then shocked
every. and that's why Khrushchev
4i&4wt& his first in office
promised he'd have our grand
But It was a delightful IiiTifl fir
very children living under Communism FOR PETE'S

shock I ANDY! NOT .
For Bill Scott REDUCEDthe '

At Morrison's, even though there's a FREE entire costs of his department Chief"The Justice power John to tax Marshall," said r r r OF MISS vrwr ,rvd
by over 10% within the I ,"'
line in 3 less At "is the power to destroy
you eat minutes or first year he was at Springfield
Thurs Nights So vote for candidates who
the end of the line, a cheerful f waiter' Chlldrln 12 end und. will actually REDUCE taxes! TTR3V
And if think that Isn't
wthpinntijBtliiet' you That's how to make Khrushchev -
whisks your tray to your table. No wait ; ; (REE phenomenal In this modern eat crow I I: Pauline"I AA"
age of rising taxes and MORE j -
ing for table service. Enjoy your meal as SPECIALSTEAK governmental employes being I 4( Marc 1
3a'K, +t v" '
soon as you're seated Quick semes... NIGHTS constantly added to the break. Grave Proposed I
ing backs of us taxpayers, ,
& Sun. Nights
I that's just one of the happy differences :t.'b' , al : please cite me ANY other candidate i
L.PI1 of either party who has CorregidorFor
at Morrison's. h Ib:II rto"Si. :
{ actually cut costs by even !1 I%.

Bill Scott is now running for MacArthur .
ilttf920.No PICftr.J..AN\jMJlli\ I-I governor of Illinois -
And he Is pledging that if J Turns In
elected, he will likewise cut WASHINGTON (AP) State I

the costs of the entire State of Department officials disclosed I

.. v Illinois by 10% the very first 'today that in 1962 !It was proC C .4 Acting

year he is In the governor'schair. posed to Gen. Douglas Mac- 1 '

Arthur that after his death he j r The "We' shot them on Long island .
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His past record proves that be buried at the highest point ti because no one-exccpi <
he means business! of Corregidor Island. 'la
+ couple of oranges had eve
A memorial is to be raised 4 Stars
there-where MacArthur's PhilIppine heard of Hollywood." ,

Acrci, offr Grove Park Shopping Center defenders finally surrendered Berle's segment airs April I 11)
Parking to the Japanese m 1942!
He had to get written perm
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fighting In World War II Impel of sion from NBC Television to appear -

DOORS LAST "PARIS WHEN IT SIZZLES" MacArthur's advisers told the Iulnl on another network.

OPEN DAY With William HtldtnSTARTS State Department that the general Berle's performance mst

had made a commitment By Carroll Righter makes the Television Academy
the before to be buried at
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deadline-April 13. This Is I
,'2& TOMORROW the MacArthur Memorial site In .
will be "I plus factor because good per
DAILY Shows At. . 1:00.4:308110BESTPICTUREOFTHEYEAR Norfolk, Va., where he
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; peak population of a million Be direct and forthright In Sep
; Inhabitants than three going tember 22) Put your particular cross the Isthmus from east 'o
: 'It! more after the modern and up-
abilities to work insteadof
.. centuries before Christ. to-date conditions and persons west but more from the norm
-- -- dabbling in this and thatDont .
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,/ WINNER OF 7 ACADEMY AWARDS you would like In your life, but be prejudiced about to the south. Its length from l"
DRIVE-IN THEATRES don't try to work any devious anyone or' anything. It takesan shore line to shore line is 40
statute miles. The average
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OPEN <:SO-SHOW 7:30TonigM'i open mind to achieve real the canal Is from
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Th. Night success
; To Go Out T. A Marie you lose out !In a very fixed LIBRA ed seven to eight hours, and costs
and harsh manner Be social (September 23 to about $3,000 per vessel m toil

f th t and gay and please your October 22) A good day to be of I charges
hs t LAST NIGHT! friends happy with kind friends, but

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(< rue WITH S PARTIAL time with good friends, makIng I
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'" GREGORY TONY CURTIS PECK Interests. Much happiness 21)) Your best supportnow Give Us A Buzz.

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DEAR ABBY: My husband announced last November that do things alike. When I wanted to dry out a cowhide, she HES COINS ACROSS )WHAT] 1 Ar D f. iay: .

he needed a rest, so he went to New York to visit his sister. helped me take it up and nail It to my garage roof, salt It TWE THE STREET-HOME OP TO t/CAll <, Q ri pn KbS of : DESI

After being gone two months,.he sent me a post card from down and trim it off Now I ask you how many mothers-in-law MM.5ESSIE HISalien c F l 4 ODp4 'hJClI.I./Cq.CER IAq Rtr jp orb

Paris saying he got the "urge" to go abroad. I have been would go through that for a daughter-in-law? Sincerely, p. BOFSHIRE//JMINO?; O-'I \ I Itr i49?' 4I C 0". ,, NIMp MARY VEAA
getting his post cards from all I A Io e D orb
over Europe with no wordof MRS. C. O. NORTH. FORT MYERS. Fla. ..
how to contact him. What If I. of the should k STOMJN3tpeNTT.iPl '
or one children DEAR MRS. C. G. Not very danged many I .
become seriously ill, or die? Our children C 1Sg4jNANWE..t'lL$06
are away at boarding * -- .
school, thank heavens, so they are spared the humiliation. DEAR ABBY: I am 15 and my problem Is my parents. MIDGel.YE4J'OLDo

I feel like a fool when people ask me where my husband is. He I met a very nice boy who is 17. He Is a sharp kid and a

obviously cares nothing for me or he never could have done real neat dresser. My parents met him and decided they didn't

such a thing. I am well provided for, but money isn't every. like him because his pants were too tight. Now they won't I

thing. We've been married 19 years and I am seriously considering let me go out with him for that reason. He keeps calling and

asking my lawyer to file for a divorce. What would asking to see me, and I keep making up excuses. I can't }' lEo

you do in my place? tell him my parents are square can I? r. o

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he got home. Do nothing about a divorce at this distance FOLKS AND SHE5 WILLING TO ." SAYS JUNIOR MOON ???

DEAR ABBY: believe that my mother-in-law Is one In a "It's better to have Joved and lost than never to have lovedat rr b WAVE' CHRISTMAS 111.1ST

million. Judging from most of your letters about mothers-In. all" Is not always true. Many would have chosen never to n y

. law I am lucky. We get along wonderful and even think and have loved at all if only they could get back what they lost.

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PlLML.ND DII'Y.'N- Jun ii> cwddm and oirl 1* the STATION
T da" "Thl" Vlelo" nd "M, MIA Bikini' Shocked STATIy .
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BEHRING II..on: "I'h Ihdl" And'lnrrrdlble
ToNr. "Csotaln, ND.DnIVI-HI. a"1 Cte.turm Voters By Winning TH!
N rman MD" sad .
Dee{ alePOLE WAUOIOULA And ld blLo"II I 'W.atur.a a.dl t",:: It V :: AIR 'h
Tads and Tomorrow: ".d\'lln.1 to -
MeIRIOV auiiuW1NTIR By George W. Crone, Ph.D., M.D.
Ham t>al
.. TNIATIN N. HAVEN *: "Bun.d.
Todfff trtlt.-JtckU"! and 'Don .. in N. York" and Tha Young ....
OIr1' tTo Iho !lhlp" Race. :
TOdoY'J.ltllo"lInOleua eACBCRIIDALI..... Wlddlnl" soil 'Ood', POWER SHORTAGE CASE S-U2: Bill Scott, aged That's very frightening In
... eITI. 17, was a track star. Illinois- but only to the many L..YIwl..d LM
'and 7ncrklbl.- Dol.' .S'Tb Creator.. IIldl."..". MEXICO CITY (AP-Mexl!- He ran the half mile for unnecessary job holders and
AVON BARTOW PARE Nlon:n'PVsdam." co has doubled Its electric pew South Shore High School in inefficient departments of our -
Outdoor; "ahLla'l lHAINUB oa V"
'CITY" Uko. nun.: ..Pi.... ,er capacity In six years but It Chicago Our oldest state government! _- f FORGIVE ME, DIANA AROUND THE KEEP occoeveEN3OYl I BET THAT GUY "\ NOT THIS \]
:rr'lt'N"ow"! And A Vt" Prlral.< :still can't meet demand, reportsthe son. Georee.- was What makes Bill Scott so t r + I WAS CONCERNED AE MORAY CILS. y0UR5ELF RAVE HAS CAUSED ) 6IRL LET'SMANY
LAKIairwALre 8UU. "Man t Favor.oSnhff" I Federal Electricity Commission a freshman unique Is not his promise to y ABOUT'YOUR SAFtfY JiMRACUOVMATS *-- / A GIRL / SHOVE OFF I
Ind UH fun from member of that cut costs, for almost all candidates WHAT A TOSKSH- HRK!
I director. By Jan 1 capacitywill 1"I I DID NOT MEAN TO BEAUTY!
PLANT CTTT same team. do that
N.wmaA, MD": Capital atvet: eclair Captain for be 5.1 million kilowatts, he BUI as typical campaign f.s,6 b' BE RUDE, RAY!.
S ven Brother l 1'said wa s malarky ., 'r" I'LL BE CAREFUL,
I n et
PLANT CITY BiarlltaUann. Ui.. George's ideal. But Bill Scott really scares P let .". + ; !s 7HANK )VU. 00
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And if those who .. / 41ft
hope to get hand. --.
George had, outs from the taxpayers.For .
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TODAY..at MORRISON'S not crashed to;i they know he has already /j4 f
I us death when' cut costs of one department
r his Jet plane I' of our state government . I ai'MIS

was struck by over 10%, so he could
from the rearViewN.v. very well spread that wholesome i1-.4V -j' I
at toe Glen economy to ALL the :
DR, CRANE other departments. .4 II /

Air Show, George would now If our son George were alive
tie be a stellar campaigner for today. I know he'd be a fervent
'Alw# Bill Scott campaigner for Bill Scott. -

r Mrs. Crane and I had attended For George was frugal with v6llR cftMioH: I TlINK7HE'fARE HERE As W THEIR USEFULNESS elJ'I""WoULO BaA
the track meet that his own Marine Air Corps pay op TO STAY.THERE No ( COULDN'T4:: PEAU-VSAV THE I SMASH Ar COCKTAIL/

afternon 21 years ago. George checks and believed in sound ROCKS: fty .J 11 OBr.BOJT") Ir.l SERXte 60MB PORRCSS, I PARTIES. .

Introduced us to Bill economy by government, too. --- ; GC.>ISS."rtr THEfse ARe I....
I We haven't seen Bill since All of us American taxpayers SOME WKO MAlNTAiMTHAT... V
But we feel that Bill should should encourage candidates a
be the model for ALL Democratic whether Democratic or 1t 1Y
I I and Republican political Republican, who resolutely

IL'I candidates nowadays Why? prove that they mean business li .1IMilton
Well, Bill was the dark horse when they say they will
candidate for Treasurer of our prune off the many unnecessary
State of Illinois In 1962. expenses of local, state ...
He shocked many people by and federal government.

winning the election. For bankruptcy plays right h l ..
t .er+r!
And he then shocked every Into the hands of socialism,
Yh&4&I and that's why Khrushchev
body his first year in office.
promised he'd have our grand.
But It was a very delightful 9""s
children RNt PETE'S SAkE: .
shock I living under Communism ,

At Morrison's, even though there's a FREE entire costs of his depart Chief"The Justice power John to tax" said ; : r.t'r Uli MISS NUGENT I _". .o taw I'' t''s'
CHILD'S PLATE ment by over 10% within the ,
line, you eat in 8 minutes or less. At first he "is the power to destroy
year was at Springfield ,
Thurs. Nights So vote for candidates who Ikt r f t a ? kn.eer
the end of the line, a cheerful waiter ttrldrM12aduodtr will actually REDUCE taxes!
And if think that Isn't
whisks your tray to your table. No waiting :orltl walk pnlmt phN fflEE qn phenomenal In this modern That's how to make Khrushchev
eat crawl I
age of rising taxes and MORE
for table service. Enjoy your meal as SPECIAL governmental employes being

soon as you're seated. Quick service.... STEAK NIGHTS constantly added to the breakIng Grave Proposed
Sat backs of us taxpayers, I 'alt
& Sun. Nights ,
that's just one of the happy differences 4 Ib, {'.elanl : please cite me ANY other candidate I t6. r q r; .: #, .. ]w ra' vd '+t' F Ir/
FINN MNnon lop of either party who has On Corregidor
at Morrison's. t. Ib cnopodSlrleln .
actually cut costs 1 .
I /9c by even % '
Bill Scott is now running for For MacArthur '
: 'giNtl92ONtrl rrAkld.ANUW1lflEhe governor of Illinois t vdstaasatRareasss tNa
And he is pledging that If Berle Turns In
elected, he will likewise cut WASHINGTON (AP) State I I
.I. the costs of the entire State of Department officials disclosed
; .I Illinois by 10% the very first today that In 1962 it was proposed j t 4 Good Dramatic ActingBy
year he is In the governor'schair to Gen. Douglas Mac. '

Arthur that after his death he r ThoStars JAMES BACON "We shot them on Long 's,
His past record proves that be buried at the highest point I AP Movie-Television Writer land because
no one-except' i
he means business! of Corregidor Island
fI !
.-- -- -- -- - -I A memorial Is to be raised [i I HOLLYWOOD (AP) Uncle couple of oranges had evo

there-where Mac Arthur's Phil f. i Millie getting serious again? heard of Hollywood.."

Atr.lFreiParkins i Grove Park Shopping Center Ippine defenders finally surrendered -t After CBS Television announced Berle's segment airs April II
to the Japanese in 142to It was running a scg
ment of "The Defenders" aheadof He had to get written permit
e the dead of the Pacificfighting
in World War II. Impel schedule because the network sires from NBC Television to appear [
I' LAST "PARIS WHEN IT SIZZLES" MacArthur's advisers told the believes they have an Emmy on another network.
OPEN DAY With William Holdtn State Department that the general InIPt dramatic performance from Berle's performance I c-st
f : had Carroll Milton Berle, I called the
made a commitment By (RighterTUESDAY makes the Television Acaderm
12:45 I the year before to be buried at comedian in Las Vegas. I
STARTS TOMORROW deadline-April 13. This is >
the MacArthur Memorial site In "Yes, it's true," he admitted,
DAILY Shows At . 1:00-4:30'8)10 Norfolk, Va., where he will be ft "I play a night club comic with'plus factor because good performances

t. I laid to rest Saturday____ __ --w--____---....-- suicidal tendencies I have often [ early In the season

tea. 5a , ., e ,1. .r.N-emu.. sWItr rw I Carthage, one of the great I II APRIL 7, ISM that what you are doing Is died first onstage time that but I this ever will tried be dying the are often forgotten.

r cities( of the ancient world, had. GENERAL TENDENCIES: right offstage. It'_ called 'Die
I. of a million' VIRGO (August 22 to September ." The Panama Canal does nit
a peak population Be direct and forthright In go- Laughing'
BESTPICTUREOFTHEYEAR! I inhabitants more than three Ing after the modern and 22) Put your particular cross the Isthmus from east 'p
up- Started In Clllfhanger
I! centuries before Christ to-date conditions and persons abilities to work now insteadof west but more from the norm

WINNER OF 7 ACADEMY AWARDS you would like In your life, butdon't Don't dabbling be prejudiced in this and about that. It always surprises people.to the south. Its length Ire:.!!
r DRIVE-IN THEATRES try to work any devious anyone or' anything. It takesan that Berle can be so good a ser shore line to shore line is 40 "

6 JO SHOW 7)10 angles or put anything across ious actor. statute miles. The average
OPEN : ) open mind to achieve real
r Tonlghr'i Thl Night on anyone else or you find success Berle reminded me he started time to transit the canal is tr:1T

% T. Go Out T* A M.yl. you lose out In a very fixed in show business as an actor seven to eight hours, and costs
s and harsh manner. Be social LIBRA (September 23 to with Pearl White in "The Perilsof about $5,000 per vessel in icu
and gay and please October 22) A good day to be Pauline." 'charges.
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friends happy with kind friends, but

ARIES (March 21 to April take care. you Put are not extravagant Whether You're
some special
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not meet with Flying DrivingWhen
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AND CO.IT..IIINI is possible. can come directly from

. BOBBY DARIN TAURUS (April 20 to May those living under your own Taut y. . delicious
roof. Don't trust own Intuitions
Aco M/ tuavwtmi .. .' spend time wisely with higher- alone. They are apt to be CIIICKLN SHimil STEAKSSHOUT

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s' , t4ri ,tI I and interesting outlets. Ally to January 20) Get busy with Lakeland' Municipal AirportSAM ,
yourself with new frienddonot that important monetary affair TO 10 PM.

I listen to gripes of coworker and turn deaf ear to the I _

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MOON CHILDREN (June 22 ante Consult with trusted advisor
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DEAR ABBY My husband announced last November that do things alike. When I wanted to dry out a cowhide, she ACROSS ) WHAT) \ & I May 0 pTMtpt! W!C"/ ...r-bf. ".c1
THE STREET- TO CAN 4fOPppi .._ .
he needed a rest, to he went to New York to visit his sister. helped me take it up and nail It to my garage roof salt it y J ;')'-''' tb 5 ,",tI.(,li.

After being gone two months,he sent me a post card from down and trim it off. Now I ask you, how many mothersinlawwould MrXft. SS R HIS pFC'y c F w <:l"'O''t:>I..I Cq l.l. WrO'IN v 9 DESIRe; TO "'CJ..v

: Paris saying he got the "urge" to go abroad. I have been go through that for a daughter-in-law? Sincerely !" BOPSHIP Lrf MIND? I CAgI( .,,,_ 'DV4Q .Deyi /MCjHAreY CJ feA
getting his post cards from all II (ACID / AIJNT ED '-
over Europe with no wordof MRS. C. G. NORTH FORT MYERS fla. .. : 11:) I '
how to contact him. What if I, or one of the children should DEAR MRS. C. G.S Not very danged manyj A ; 5 AqSSAG4 ,,,,,,,;_ .p'S.tD EORV 11.44'1"54

become seriously Ill, or die? Our children are away at boarding * pCNTU '.ce.E- M/ .NII!.
school thank heavens so they are spared the humiliation.I DEAR ABBY: I am 1} and my problem Is my parents. -OCD

feel like a fool when people ask me where my husband la. He I met a very nice boy who Is 17. He Is a sharp kid and a "

obviously cares nothing for me or he never could have done real neat dresser. My parents met him and decided they didn't 1

such a thing. I am well provided for, but money Isn't every. like him because his pants were too tight. Now they won't rIp I

thing. We've been married 19 years and I am seriously considering let me go out with him for that reason. He keeps calling and :

asking my lawyer to file for a divorce. What would asking to see me, and I keep making up excuses I can't

you do in my place? tell him my parents are square, can I7HIGHLAND 14ILJ

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DEAR HEARTBROKEN: I'd get In touch with my lawyer DEAR HIGHLAND: Tell Ute boy that your parents want r

Immediately and attempt to locate my globe-trotting hu.band. you to see more of more boys and less of Just one. Tight pants 6 wE MAY CO BACK TO WHAT DO YOU MEAN, SUES BEEN TO CHURCH
He could be sick or Just skk of you. In any case, It's time won't be the vogue forever DOESN'T MISS HER OR CH9ISTMAS ONCE IN A CHRISTMAS OM THE CAMS HERf-ANO

be got home. Do nothing about a divorce at this distance. FOLKS AND SUES WILLING TO WHILE SAYS JUNIOR MOON???


DEAR ABBY' I believe that my mother-In.law is one in a "It's better to have Joved and lost than never to have lovedat ... NAY ykIr, CNRIOTMAC MUST "

million. Judging from most of your letters about mothers all" Is not always true. Many would have chosen never to

law I am lucky. We get along wonderful and even think and have loved at all If only they could get back what hey lost. ;

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Florida Non-Farm Rises ) ti HOW WELL THE .NOHT,
TALLAHASSEE (AP) Non- ruary, setting a record that i
I farm employment In Florida\topped the December high by HUM uuHn.nionai i

shot up to 1514.500 during Feb- 5,400 workers. HORNE nnnB

-- Chairman Worley Brown of aaciutdu oniin 1. nun Yesterday' cryptogram:

DON'T ASK HIM Commission Hut'iiv aniiiinnnnnnannn Erstwhile whistler tries newS
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MIAMI (CAP) -A newsman said the Increase was "con- f H line. '" s vSttiL'Ittt

driving through Miami's Golden tinulng evidence Indicating a 11/7/8. M I rtjJ_(

Glades interchange, notorious iI
banner business year in 1964"He I
as a confusing maze, asked a The Spanish explorers of the
said registered
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parked State Trooper if many early sixteenth century during +
:slight drop in unemployment
lost in the cloverleaf -
people got
the time of Columbus who visited
'from January for the first time It's
don't Central America himself In ReplacingViet n 1 1.0 3'55 eclNoDSRoeTED .ur MINNIEYOU' cool LOOK THE elaaraoueMII4UZ IM W'tNTMi5ih'SW5051T
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know" the trooper replied. attributed the employ 1502, first conceived the Idea ; WELL, MIIIUZ 1)4(6) PARADIISI TRAVEL PAPtRc A IUDDeS INA 00 tO UNKINDLY COWNTHV WORK VOUOVEK
"Every time I get down here of constructing a strait through : Nam Leader v YS5R, I FAILED TWITCH AROjI MINIS 155001.0 ,YCU'LL AVI
Off State Road 9, I get lost. I ment buildup to an exceptionally the Isthmus of Panama when ytPf 5T0 PRY .0055 0 Aa00T MINNIS IN TOWN VtEf'Ni' A HAYS $454 A CNANCC 19 KW80IVIN4
: good tourist season which he they did not find a natural one. ANY INiORMATNN Toods W5I.FAREP y of Dade '
stay out of this part WASHINGTON (AP) There TOLIRMT.. UHU
County as much as possible." !laid was continuing. Only proper engineering facilities have been persistent reports I
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that Gen. Paul D. Harklns soon ,
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commander In South Viet Nam 1
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JII.' ADVERTISING CLASSIFIED 14 Ivlldlnj, Carpentering 53 Help Wintid, Female 54 Ilsip Wanted:Melt 7 L..dapl-.

Ir Dickinson Leading In Contributions I RATES ftOOPINO, WINDOWS. elumtnu, WAITItS811 "ANTI ScS .1 Ia HARDY SOD CO.

...,nl. porehea. rapalra. slOws.ions .- 3. 111 Wal M.morl.1 "'wl.d'LADIES Lawo OrMeee \
tD < 10 Biantna !. pap IConoracUni ..' NEAT APPEARING 1.'U' ,.
* Ft. TOPsPdiflinaaus EARN a man alae IB-

"Y TALLAHASSEE (AP) Former ported $23,853 list week for a Fla. received J,2M and spent Minimum' II. Woraa, Pbon. MU" S CO"P..lltl. .A.'. Cimmeman Inaurod..- come mi eondltioM and enjoy al pleaeaat the same"ork.1.... YOUNG MAN FOR SHOE lit FREE N 0'1.ESr"1MA.f' .

Sen. Fred O (Bud) Dickinson -total of $62,9-18 He said he spent $1,761. CharjsSI.OSweraa MU I-20U P Ceau. .. a Puller Bruin ...1... Full SALES. EXPERIENCE
Data Dais laos Dies or part time For further .ln'
of West Palm Beach con ,42,946 llth-James E. King of Cocoa I 5 'I fit 21 RoofIng formation;, all ... &a rlihf NOT NECESSARY. APPLY 7 Tree Surg.r
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tinued to lead the other eight I Rep. Earl Faircloth of Dade Democrat received $5,000 and I*'30 560 ) 10 S :00 lIla PERSONNEL OFFICE. TOES TRIMMING. oltrus .ud.

candidates for governor of FlorIda -County Kyne's democratic opponent spent $3,019 Thomas Kenneyof 3IIII'I> 31 ia-JO-M tit i 10 400 4 ao 5(0 1M Id 11 60 SOCLABdirilO minibuS ROOPINO -Sane DSPBNDABLI paimeau "ok.Mo.Oiases dIsc sod 'Od work Mi 340(0.

today In the amount of money reported $9,508 I last week Cocoa Beach, Democrat, received .,aC5 MATB Lumoer Com. pan,. too,
contributed in
campaign for a total of 11793. He said $2,410 and spent $1,724. CLABSIFICD DISPLAY run ALL TYFta residential or eo.. .

funds. he 9890. tl 10 per eoluaia ,lOPS ireial rood repaired or replaced(
spent 12th-Rep. William Cramer "
.... Schools
tlooflni and Sheet Metal. Permanent Million. ahorthan
Cor 1
In his report to the secretaryof I Ed Mason of Tallahassee, R-FIa, received $2.093 and - Cealracl: Passe Open Keoueet -1140 Weal OU,.. MO 1-J13J sod act ur.. trplnt reaulred No

Kate's office, Dickinson reported -chairman of the Public Utilities spent $1,289.Secretary WANT AD DEADLINE ....innnn.APPLICATION. MAN wanted Oppo nORIOAt LARGEST end 5a.h..
fill} 24 Plastir Stucco (unit lor advancement. Applyr la modern beauty Ibel. LakalenBMlltf
receiving $58,196 last total WOIID Sea aUIINnl PIIOMOTTONIB. Collate. PUt 51.
Commission reported gift of State Tom Adams Pbllatinos 05-4 Mlln Ssah on at 7IS Cut Mentorilvd .! .
week for a total of 343,106. He -- ear Deadline ( AM Completely remodeled Or eondUoaed
of $6,931 and spending of $3,715 rejected the reports of governor PLASTCRINO PATCHINO Heelllnw 1.3 ample paralne 5-4411.
Moadar, II 00 A M Saturday .,. JRILL MAN .sntud for 111
said he $308,132 far. AlteraUoni and additionPree
spent so
His opponent Phillip Brewerof candidates H. B. Foster and CD Tueadar 4 30 P. M MondayWedneedar ..11....... llceneed Jeff Toeon. BEING takei 10' .(sues 51. P1.0.5 .: 1..1. AIR CONDITIONING refrlte

Kelly Second Miami reported $1,811 i In congressional candidate Wood 4 :10 F M TueadaiThyreda MU 9-eU. ttciani. Ineellent opportunl, lion inra needed We train nVNM .
to wart la a beautiful modernoslo Commercial Tredee LieU.
'contributions and spending of Hampton on grounds their list (A 4* 10 P U Wedaeaday n. ConU Perannnel Depart '', 56 Salesman I tut- Sos ".1. Lakeland Ud
Sen. Scott Kelly of Lakelandwas of BUSINESS SERVICE m.. MoBtaomory Wards, LoSe ..,.
of $1.752. addresses were incomplete Frldar 4 30 P. M. 'l'ttnesduiiair6ap 15,04. SALESMAN WANTED for boots
next In total contributionswith The candidates !% II.00 Noon Friday iHilnur ll-to CooiBlielit I
must refile ui
$35075 reported last week Candidates for the house of Sunder 4 30 P M. Feline 36 liwnmewen & Senrlci .POSITION. with OPtN perlenoo lor la worklninaeer beaiil . company b.D.IIa. WANT A

representatives. by district: LEO" AOVIIITliEMINT -< DISPLAY ADS (( modera salon. Contact P.000061 *,- 15001,5. group II., .
for total of He said bO.Pltal'l
a $293,859 Monday, 11 oo A M. eeturdarTueeday REPAIRS ON all ...,. lawnoiowand . Department. Montgomery, .nth. Aoply l'd.. BETTER JOB?

he spent $248,535. I Second-Rep. Charles Bennett IN THI CIRCUIT COURT OF 1100 fInes Monday on aaall *...10... Pre* 01(1mnt.a Word., L..I.nd.D'HTAL 44 Lobe Win Dl' .

,D-Ha. reported $1,450 in contributions THE TENTH JUDICIAL CIH, e WedneedarThuraday 01 ropuri. Oabl Ash.Slmtrte AB8I8TANT, preeloetperlenco A UTOO.OO BIL Take Your Choice:
Mayor Haydun Burns of Jacksonville : , and $1,123 In spending. CUlT Or FLORIDA. IN AND I104 Noon Tund.r 201 Morlb Rends APhon. ... preferred. .....II.nlp. ( EXPleRIENCE.1. Culd work Into par .' S
reported $22886 last FOR P-OLK COUNTY, IN II.00 Noon WednoedayFriday MU '''301. .if tat benefit state auellfratloni .jrahlp. nail lot dotprofitable IBM Keypunch
William T Stockton of Jacksonville CHANCERY &: 11 00 Boss Writ p. O Bo. M.21Lakeland oualneae Will psomsll S Speedwnting Shorthand
week for total of $270.833 He ThondapSunrise'
a SUIT FOR DIVORCE 37 Mattrtu R.nsvatlni Ledger eatery( plus bualnii
Republican, received $1,. 11'00 Noon ThundaySuaday _, 3. S Typewriting
VIARlHA foe rleht man rlt* PO
said he spent 5175.636.Sen. PI-NfOV ) 81"011 HAIR .
d'""' Kim's5rline
525 and spent $1.133. Plaintiff ) 11 00 Boos Friday MATTRESS' RCNOVATINO -5- 8oIa. Bouthaew She Bon Ml Lakeland ilvlni, etpe- S Office Machines

John Mathews of Jack. Third-Rep. Claude Pepper, DPla -I -ve. ) The Ledger will tot .. re.aponilble in, ....I... Are Mattreee Com- pint Center, l III the Mall rl'Dc and I bond.bl or not
DONALD'ZTpFVlON. Z for more ISaac eoelatorrect p.D''. P00,,. MU S- o4i. Comptometers
villa $21,146 last
son reported I .. reported $11,326 and spent Ilet, ndtnt. l laiertloa CXPUUKNCKD: KITCHEN b.lp l 58 Work Wanted S
week for a total of $171,718 He NOTICI TO DIFSND Apply( la carson. Vtlltrlooi I.e.Isersot .- BookkeepingStart
6025. Woody Hampton of Mi- LEDGER 49 Wills Pump tICS Cut Main.
said he spent $140,155 TIlE TATI-: OIFIARILA TO: TRACTOR WORK wanted MoIni .. any Monday -
I ami Shores Democrat received e
1)ootd I. I'nl..n
( and dlMloi No* eaulpmea
LET MONTGOMERY Ward drill Day or Night f
Rep. Fred Karl of Volusia $1870 and spent 2396. Paul J. flAI4TlISiil Jlpad'lu.rt.ra Co. MU 6-1151 p ouWeia( ..d Inaiall your water Quick ,."Ie.. Call for free .II
sot Ballall..n( 11th ArmorA. .,.... Op to So .0..... to melee L P..r MO -
County reported $13.644 last O'Neill of Miami Republican P. o 34 > payPhone A WORD TO THE Lakeland .

week for a total of $120,517 lie I received $2,318 and spent $1,415. New York New Yolk ..... MU .-'103. WMS BTDSNT. MALE' position d..I,... port C.II Business Inc
Tou bU"pln
are hei.by nollfled that a 1m. .
said he spent $83,087 Paul D- between S 30 Insttute.
Rogers, Suit for Oh >n'e hu been filed ANNOUNCEMENTS EMPLOYMENT 93-IOl. On Lake
weekdayi \ Wire
,. Mayor Robert King High of Ha received $1,375 and spent ,a..ln.t you II. the above entitled C If you need money to buya Lkeland
mine, and thai \ "u are herebeiiulred > house JUNIOR WEST all lawn Mrto Phone
:$1.125. 4 Lent and Found S2 Wonted car, furniture. 6.98
Miami reported $7691 last week to file \onr answer Ninth miniprlale niillon) with the = Earnings $2 to $5 per hour .(..( Phono MO .
for a total of $69,148 He said -Rep. Don Fuqua, DIN -: .1.R.
) (lerk of title ",,irt, at Barlow, MY LITTLE black( and whit dot with AVON. Call I' 1550500?. IU .a70. .
: he spent 54473. LEGAL AOVE..TISIMINT Florida, and t ooerveiupy then. haa own mlmni unro Bundar now. C.l Drl. .. MEN WANTEDTo

I NoTice 10 CIDITORS-. uf upon. 1'(toman V. Ijinniton, thi (8 Blw hat a whit marklni ..roundn..k COLORED PERSON 25 to ALEX WEAKPALL. naui VIIVBghaui tram for Railroad Communlallon -
Holley Leads GOP THI COURT OF plaintiff a ..ltornp.h..... adilreai and tip of tall Part Chi, Write P. 0. Box 1395or land for Is.,.. call MU poiltloni Moos nan lood
THI COUNTV In ,, bu.hua and fan Urnor. lIne 45 of
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tarrt Ho* 11 3R. Ikla SAm years age. 14161. health, not color blind Hun
the three JUDGE OF POLK COUNTY" ml. florid, not latfr than CD I/O Sonic and I alec. frlvndlr If (400
Among republican i the or per
FLORIDA enced j In office work filing GIRL .. work Sbol .ulcl.nt.
I Ills day of April A 0.. IqU, If Ou i hat hr plaax. call Orrt .ln. and up alter ...k.
candidates Rep. Charley Hoi lev In l Rr 1'i.Ute otIiIiN you do eta decree ttro con MU I-I..... Reward. S mlat her typing, bookkeeping .nd Call 682-4137 5 dari with tort par. 0' por dspplus III period plea retirement and
.I 4ut';8 BRTMMFa ota lIlo but MU 1-OMO
of Pine lias Countv was at the, 1J a..d entered aanlniit >.m YO. much cashier; Woman preferred Lakeland C.I other 10.1.!. Wrta. .I. oswe.alp' .
for the sod sod P.350.
demanded In the In hip
top with $625 reported last week To All i'r.dit orn,1 PerwinallHXliie hill of complaintWlrNBHK IC Lout ."urd.,. Pin. .tr..., cane spat would consider man Must paintint Work IN lO or nouMO L'.I.Do Ledeer. 1.

for a total of $7,129 He said, HI llaima Maid Hmate or IhmandaVaali : ; MV IIA\n ANO TItle. Mail. Reward MU 8-067J. have good personality far 3alo.

KRAI of HUM he spent $5,825. I You and each of >nu. are herein dealing with tenants. Posi
I i notified In file all i Inline .nd Horlda, Ibis 16th day of March, S Ptrstnnl Nellcti ..IM (1)11117 and lood reference, liko M kxp small chlldroa, I II inhom LIVESTOCK
Ken Folks of Orlando report.ed 'i-nuiiid I which" IOU hove .again AL, li 4P ion bonded. Eight hours a ... 30-"'. tun school oducatlo .. Call WU432l.

$15 last week for a total of ''I,. ..iaieo f John JNm.a hahn- Clerk. II. of PI.OAV the Circuit, JR. Court '" BUT BKU. mad toolil tuna and day five days a week. or better ear nereeaary .m.1I WlI 10 CARE for chlldron while Dogs, Cats,
mount of I P.t
tratrellne eoma I..d.lu.nl.b.d. .
id iportlni Dial
0' i caned, In the offlre of looda MU 042M mother work. Dari and anlnn
$2,335 He said he spent $2.074'II" hard A Bri.nwon, antaniy Juiliiit ., (SEAL) CD for .iitlmau Culbtrioa Bardwaro Write P. 0. Box 1009, Lake- Ttorouen trelalne wIth MU *-7241. .
I hl. offke In the Court UOUHn By-TILA B. FOUNTAIN opportunity far adveneemen BI. POI Bhopp "
H B. (Bob) Foster of Fort llnrlow, Horlilrt. within Ixpnty Cleric TRADING BTAMP8 lehaiiod orbouthl. and. "..'Id .....Id.r part tIme bsoia l COLORID WOMAN wsnt. 45ccwort Ifmll. studs pup
', Six ".U! Altmtn. BOT (ail LJm, Writ ilvlnc outline ol pretlouiperlence 01 any kind MtJ 3.333. pbs. 0203 Road
Myers Beach reported $30 last Hlendur nionll-n from March 1?. 6I2-S141 ..
1lfil.'hl,'h la the dale of tha fleet NOTICE TO CREDITORS education, (to.. t. BoJSO COLORED OIRL wanta baby alt. RI3SI. 10m. 5001034.CRTIOUAHOA5.
week for a total of $1,605 lie imlillcallon of thin nit Ice. ":.rh IN THI COUNTY JUDGE LOIS BLIP Cottr Chop, lOll ELECTRONICS TECHNICIAN.: S. ;' Lakeland Lod.... tint ttt at your homo Call MO AXC "", ...d.
said he ipent $1,450 ilHltn or demand attain t bo In writ COURT IN AND FOR Ch: UBt Road U S07S. Des.peells ,war mobile IB Winter Bavea Bra*. 6lBiOCOLORED Cal III.3ItO. un Psekburss
Inn Stunt atale the place of real.Hence POLK COUNTY I btdsprtadi. ails eovoriAuitrlia .. Meal be llcrnied Excellent' opportunltr WOMAN would like pins A.nu..
In the race for U.S. Senator, and ,", FLORIDA curtBina ...... eornuti. Box AM
poet olfl ad Irene of R'plr to M-ill City Employment at short order aook or maid REOISTERID twnoathJ .
Sen. Spessard Holland of Bar- Ihe claimant, mimt ha e..orn to 1)01' KV: F< 1'A1K (IK dradi ol ode...and.pi..leatalistlaHun.to ehoom from> .akeland tedierKITCHEN MU 13000LIGHT and CIUAHUAI.. Stud

.Fla. $26.400 last and nunS be filed an aforeaald, MARIE V. JOHNSON HELP: went**. Apple I. houierleanlnf ,,eriico. .m.1 chocolate. ..aa
tow D reported or .IHI name will heroineold.. UrrffifiiTo CHRISTIAN: NO" B 1 N Q horn Parson Red Chlm.... Bar-B.4Hiahwar % Week's Fee % CARPENINO.. Lawnimowed MU 1-1. .
week for a total of $104,536. lie 111(111 R. BtmiMFKhKetutor All redltora and Peraon ootn. Bpoclal attention sic. .. to 81 Eart (Upon Acceptance) all kind of yard work SEC
Having Clalme emanda the niada of each patlant. MU WHII eolobr'Pdll to
nr Br hour lob (rea "". ..1..
said spent $62,462 2-1213. .1"
( .K31 A. lnet Hull) Fmate: -I CARHIPR: .BOOKKEFPEH.: o C.I .1 3.1t3.

Holland Democratic opponent IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF you and each of >on. lire here AUTO INSURANCE Had an so.cid.oS ,. MALE & FEMALE NCR ROOKKEFPER -16o. 89 Livestock
by notified t In file In duplloalealHi no Iniuranctf Euhl curoiT clerics WORKERS).
Brailey Odham of Sanford. -
OF FLORIDA, IN AND ,' ma and demand* whlib You = monti to par Call MU S-e4BeDODV HELP WANTEDWe rDIPHONE( OPERATOR FINANCIAL
reported $4947 in contributions FOR POLK COUNTV have psetnet th Ceotohen f (alA.Rlt' N.rtb X.RA LAS TECH.500KPFPrR. AT STUD rUm-O-War taarouth

last week for total of $13 049. NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS : N. JIIIINSIIN. d.en.ed I In Plorld.S Oolni PABRICB out of 3032 .... have Immediate SAME IIXP.ACCOUNTANT. bred trandaon of Min-O-w,
a the offIce ot Richerl A. Hrnneoo 50,1 open. I 62 Ivsinou Opportunities over 16 handi. Producea ....1.
NAME LAW ( Patterns ....
he ('ounly loo 28c. Button All T .TORI MANAOF.R.CAlHIERoCRlID1T '.nt hunteri and lumpert Clofif .
He said spent 9499. Notice I. rerebv ajven that thiunriernliined JaIg at I-Ic office In \to. ings In the following positions .
.1. Ranch CT Wlnte
th. Court .t NOR. CHOICE BCSINEBS Ud lr.comoropartIM
.Jluu' llartow Flo. 3.31.
1 Atty. Gen. James Kynes re- denlrliiato engnte Inbtli.lliej.il nua, wimm en rmenrlur( monire I ft LEE picture Sod photo fr.n- : :OPTICAL LAB WORKER. MM Rudf. LMLA H....
under Ihe flrlliloua'nmnel from March 17, ma, whirl, la theme Ini RcaionablDrl ('. UI .ke. leul.b( I KCRETARV, LOAN OPPICI KXP i i,00rEsMEs Realtor. 1S27 .Moa BIT" I
nounKNDIV1 8KKVICKat I ... UU 6-4101 92 Wantid
of the flnt ptilaii'Shiofl of m Seamstress U.toek.
730 Lake Mirror
On l.uke
\ .
OffersSuggestion land Florida. Intend to rea-late. bIn notice Jo:,,'h rlalm or de.mond FOR IALI tour ...r. '01.. "'un. WAITRKHSMHOUREKEEPrR: LIVE M 1 COIN "uDd.IO 40 "..,.. 5 '
Surgeon xulil nama with thr Clrrk of that rmmt bo In mrlllna. 0111.1.Ial. IsiS .oellon. L.k.I.Dd( Memoclsilardens. Tailors WOMEN APPAREL : Irl.. l.r.I.D' I..lloa. both ;WAITD' A tew dalrr eattl* an.
,Ir,'ult Court of Polk County Horlda .' . the place of r.eidi-ncal L\J ( MU ..34... sft.o SSHIRLEY'S Pressers-Must be able to I COUNTER GIRLS BALES 11.1. ar..n.lut. par top ram price.
-ft -addirna of the clallll' 4101. Coors Dalrr. MTJ

For t. KKI .1.
BOTTLIM Cli. or some .
I IIBI of lurnlihrd
INC. wilt bcrom void pleto tnllllnerr Supplies.Slime plttoly aDd I..u. MERCHANDISE S
BIT: C.Manol.r K. HITCHCOCK I te) NH,1.IR 8OURBETrxceiitilx '< .. matrlaUENTERTAINMENT. Liberal benefit plan, Including -:COOKS CLOTHES PRE8BER n Country. 6I3-9431 Club Eilatw .J40Etfritt (

Legal Care TT-133 savings and retirement OEM, OPTICS, COLORED. 95
Bicycle s Motorcycles
ullllan 1'1. Yan,'.) OOINO GULP Italian lor !ls.e ,
NOTICE Or INTINTION TO '01 Arrade Bullcllnf plan, paid vacations. Immediate Wod.... facllltln H<-..ll. tritalrdaood
MAKE APPLICATION FOR P. O. lirttwer AYakeland Rm.2O8Arcade nlum Contact Hutn C. TRIUMPH AND Yamaha sale 4sod
COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) A : FINAL. DISCHARGE Horldattnrnay discount privileges. D..n. Oulf OU DUtrlbuMr, Ft sImple. StPrirlsatsrtlot

Miami surgeon\ who has campaigned 'n Me: KnUto of for Executrix: Contact Mrs. A. Cuyler, Mead. Florida ... ., aport model Ian
CIIARLBi JOHNSON U.12fi = need not be expensive. . taktland Crele Co. Tit
against the proposed l>. ..a..dTO Personnel Manager Montgomery i DAY COOK. dar waltreaa. ouch Wait Mtmonal. tll-MM.
medicare suggest that Alt WhOM ir )IA Y NOTICII OF PRO."TII .Check the Classified sec Ward 1026 East :'1'1. Biperlenced. Apply I la per WANTD TO BUY I
program IN THE COURT OF MB. Dome Jack a, 714 Wi.hoes. .
'O-HIN: COUN tlon for good buys In used 97 Articles For Sa
lawyers favoring the program, No tier la hereby hen that 1ha TV JUDGE, POLK COUNTY, CI TV and Stereo sets Memorial Blvd., 9:30 to I I Polk County I.-Mit.

support a government plan to \', filed my final report a. h:xeoitrli STATE OF FLORIDAIN 4:30.BUSINESS : Liquor license. AUTO OLASC .. door repair.
firFMBta of :54 Wantid Mall .e
legal care. of tha entile of CUAULKH Help p.rl. Initialled free eaUmata
provide jthtNtON do'e.eet, Ihat I hove MAKIK X JOHNSON < nil Cliff Ward. 311 forth M....
------- --- --- -- -- -------- Write Box M-271
Dr, Edward R. Annis, presl filed my 'petition for final din IieceimeilTO WANTED: : APPLICANTS for pool. MU 1-11.
dent of the American Medical "' .r... and IhHt I will apply, to Ihe, Al.I. PKRHONS: JST.RESTJ;: lea of A..lalant' Bulldlni( In.,... Lakeland LeJger.
III C.\. IOta'il A lit) A. HltllNSdNnl IN TIn: l'h4TA1'5: 0.' SA1IJ Ice. Applr Civil ..,.Ic. Offloe C lEL. POSTS" ireatly
Association told a meeting yesterday "' .\' .Indue nf rolk County- DM:C PHI: S'I'I 7 SERVICE CIte HallROUTS .u.. ld 3 ewopletolrwelded.
.". .. . YOU ARM ifKarnr XO'rJF.r SMALL OROCERT with llvlntuariera I" a..r. wash I 5
on the iiith of
: 1 am merely suggestIng day April that a written MAN for Lakeland ores fKcelleat opportunltr hooka. ... S1ISO pairdillor .
HI.I.( fir apptcnal if tho aamo for- .. Inatrument pur. '" to tall oa reiular nuojomora.Msrehpd .. Bolos ? too. Phone ..
that the who Unato ha lor to aupplemenlIncome
many lawyers final dlNihaia-e aa t-xeculrlx: of the '"' the Laat Will and sea 13-40. ,srsod .Urd. cupl. CIII. Watford UanufactiulmAUCTION ..
favor medicare be consistent in .mala of LllARl.rS JUHNUUV. ...ilament of said dncedent. hao DIRECTORY phone 110 week written inarmte Call 5521433.HOUsE Poor. htaltb-nuat Mil,
dOl.u.d. n admitted to pn bale' In thi .d to itart, CommUaioa hlihir
their thinking and support a 'Ihli 2-th dny of :?March 1414Ifim ("i,url. You are hereby command a-4949 AND builneu for aale krwner SALE

government to provide JOHNSON: KfAlON pd within elx calendar month Hlihway .1 eail o Plan;I Every Saturday, 7:30 p.m.BAXLA'S .
program leriilll of the eetata otl'IIAItLMI from Marrh 17 SiloS, which la thidate :e FOR YOU TO USE AS A QUICK REFERENCE WK HAVE Immediate oponlnea for. cit.. 102-3725.
legal as well as medical care JOtt of thee! ;flrat publication I o. wo II) ambltloua. wat BOB be.to.
"(JS. WHEN YOU NEED ITI ... th sense sf11 and 48ho I
thla Police
I Heieaeed In appear In thla Court _ _ _ are InlereiUd la makini WANTED AUCTION GALLERIE
.f. Tom \\aleon Attorney and how canoe. If anv you can, UD, Party U eeulp and operate re:.-,
to *
110000 plus trimBenrflta
a rear top Tormirl Tbo Auctloa Houao
h the Painting
> action of tIle (nurt In adillllnn Appliance
IJikeland, Horlda alto Polk Countr lead taurant adtaeent to truck term
Eastern May I'.n ( laid will to proliale ehouldnnt nil In amall central Florida City w. Bur or Sell for Too
nt Chrriler-Plrmouth dealer
atHnd nnre>'c.ked. .... FOR PROMPT repaire .B refrlteratori. PAINTINO WAOHINO floo II,. .l 10 in perion to Mr C. C. H.,.p.l .. 14 hr operatloa. Terminal cu.omen 4201 .*7. W.
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS tInted this 3rd day of March ...hln. machinei. ..nd.ppll..c. I.nln. lntS-lw. ,00eeior work.Prop 411 North Florida Avenue i aaiured with Phone MO .13
NAME LAW 963.. =- ... call Thrlflr CltrBervlce e.tirnstm. rsuenskie priceson ltd by com mn), oood accOUnl oh.n .
Quit Serving TO WHOM. II MA* ONm\: (a) RICHARD A, BRONSON Department. IM.Sill. IBM IR1.111I Mr Turm.n FRMITf AND Pent control ..1... additional city trade will loss. D8KD TV S from tJ> UP Ouar.inteed -
N'I( I la hereby aKeii that the loath ty Jiidu, )nan nperlence: helpful Bruce bilIahlot-res.OOshiO rent. vo finance Woralnf

I it"lelnllined p ttrni utah to tillHc'. I oik County Florida Auto Rtpqlrs Servlcs Picture Frames erailnn. Ml New AuburndalIcbvar office mir winter Garden. Por.Id. C.1. rade-lni .... admiral SaleaService
I ii i..u,M Name rilauili. He.'lion t1.I ( .. (00-3773. 5 .3.71 Peacock
Savannah Ga. >i,:, ,,m, lAo, of rlnrUU, will reit' GENERAL TIRE spent. Front PICTUIOI PIIA..n: Buu"'ul MEN WANTID. ... lid olusilleotlu5 T.434 N. W._
('IiwIth the lerk of the I'Ir. NOTICE OF INTENTION TO 3> end alignment. truck and cai frames and mouldioi Custom and #14.SSAI400DER. HAYS I' UIIOD spin top d.ul
lilt ("uiirl. In and fur IMk r,lunt MAKE APPLICATION FOR wheel balanrlnl 90,50. 4 Mtlrea < readO mad.. Ossea. 1,5 Ihop. A MONEY MAKER Toe 551,", '10 0 P. Mi I.
WASHINGTON (AP) The I Hirldn upon retell of piouf i FINAL DISCHARGE retread MTJ -1171. Joe, Orleant Birfet MU H-H04 45 for all while
..f Ire ptihikailon of thin notice In Re: I.:mat* of ebib Guaranteed atartlm .alar( EXCLUSIVEFRANCISE
Civil Aeronautics Board has the flrtltlmia nORMA Jilt:Mil FREEI' FREEI Free! Bee Os Oct.'. Oslo monthlr Complete triininroiram 1504.AUCTION
name. to-w'It: MKATMMVS Plumbing Supplies
.... Bervlce Ceoter. nil North Florldi Applr 111 Stat Memolal .
ruled to eliminate RHHMIA: A. 1'110)11'110.1IInd. Up.d .
Savannah! Api-flu for that aummer noatlo. Blvd, between S 30 and .oon
Ga., from points served by ler 'h"'h, wo are. eimaa.d In TO All.. \NIIOM, IT lit A 11'c..oSC.ItS .i tafetr IniptcUon on thefsn'iip K. K MORRIS Do-It Touraelf nt'Ohon. MU' J-1741 to Make from S10.000 .. 12.0 anoperated Friday Nites Only
ueine.e Vexpei t to etnaKo In : car with the lathS elee.tronto Plum biD. sod Electrical Supplli m.ot. .ppu.at nusI, Incom. sod OwO ..n
Eastern Air Lines by May 2. I uelneea. at Hill larlnta HrKe In Notice I. hereby given that I .. ioa..s. Our mechanlcl Free Informatloo and dellvei. .IUOIOP U. Rllh' n.w .. I-see ss 7:30: P.M
National the City of lakeland( Morlda. has. filed my final report .. *:>ec cs, eipertlr takecarsalsllsu- tool rental pipe Put and thread MASTER IIAItBIR: wanted. 911 no'II'U II bl.h saoeu. w. bur or ..
Airlines and Eastern loulon
Trat the partlea Ital Oracle 4 In utile of the e.lute of Nornm Irene otlve repalra Call IJ-iaaj ed 14 boors eemee 6$o-.4I.. H. ". went Lakeirber (sale,. .0 < ", ... 000e.s. roc .1
liad sought CAB approval for phd buitlnvaa antervila are aa .leaduwa. deieaned; that I h.\.. CI Att..siion' ladlaa We tIre 8&K ._U4, Lakeland land. 11.. lOop. '1010 lf-iervlce leun- JIMMY WALKER'SAUCTION

for 'olio*'>: lied. my pel II Ion for final dl.'h. .- Oreen Stamps. and dry cleaning center CENTER
approval withdrawal of ser C. D QIMBKU JR., *,.., and thai I will .",..1)' to Printing Compute Initallation by factory
vice to the city. The CAB chose to % hll.r..t, he Hun K1CHAKU A. HRt) SOS. Avis Seat Covert t.n.d, ruperU W. promote your .1 0 SI Baal

Eastern saying it would be the KKBKCCA! OIVIHM. l'vulIl' Judiie ..r Polk count FOR ALL 'our prlntlnt needa AAA City Employment ..nd 0pcolll. h... I yeses biebhinsocloc NEVER USED .u'r.... electrl,
50 % Intere.t Hiirlda. on the .loth day of April Covera. Completo .I.nco. as or. ros.tIsu. and .
bIND AUTO Beat oven Air
call MTJ 8-4404 Commercial 'r. .. tonal
best solution from the standpoint Dated at lakeland Polk County. 1'61. f"i approval of II'. aaimnd automotlvo Innrlort 131laet lae. Letterhead, Uthoeraphlnt ft Week's Fee U sool sl.nee. Oie' . lontn o., 4000 11.. 1100 '.000
of public benefit. Morlda, April t. mllu.l for final dlaiharge aa .:,.., lInt .. Mala Phone UU S-7S10 .n..ln. 20 pound Hint load .".r. BTU 1110 Double bowl alnki.
I .,f the eotateo f Norma Irene (Upon Acceptance that uti tOo buiioeia .. 07 earh. Hoodi JO-33-J4. Ill
Meadoe.ii. diiLeaaed ilifled dry .nll that will arh MO 44050.DI0KESSOOKS..
Concrtts Radiator ServIce .
I 'Mil* .th day of March. 1064. :: DRAPMJN "laae you mo Act i"0,1
IrJIOS ILAIthSLK' BRIIMlEg AUTO ETPOURNITVMAW For full delalla call Ralph Br ... .tn Itl', t
.: LICENSED CONCRETE CODUaolor ANY TTrs radiator lervico. ( collect. Builneu houri IM171 hue.. Ohsies.
.P' itor of tha pleluo
Drlvewaia, floora aldewaiki Teswos. .
rleanlni. reeorlni rebulldlni reiidenco I31-0* 7 Tampair sioailoscea
.NORMA 1R.::' .,; MfAlnnSS. alepa. II...... urba. patloa and Prddye Radlaur fwrvlce.t MU ADUITRII. writ CO, Ito,. Kleen 4J7rionoa .Itu"EAUTIPUL,. 50 3359 Cob.a .1...' oft
j Ueceaeed ae brldiei. K. B. Morrla ..ll41, .91 l. MOR TRAINEE Avenue. Tamp FloridaARTNER8H1P Wahsh ... .
I.I Tom Vtatimn, Attorney
L Hill : ... vehicle. Cycle-Flo: melhodv. ROKKnPItACUNTANT.ENOINEI" Soak IIII per rard. Darren JiCotton
OLD VIC Draper! palra all tr.... Oenilera. 1353Sooth PAITY :1 FOR nale. ..Autoectrie Prn. at II and manr
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE Florida S-4(107 Rr..AIR MAN.rPIT rebuilding. Will train .1.,. .rl.... Wall-to
TENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT Of CUSTOM NADa drapee. nlip000'4r5 '( TRAINEE. mall Inveitment Potential tin '.' roduee.. run cut
ON THE AVENIDA JUAREZ- FLORIDA IN AND FOR POLK and upnoUtonni Tour fat. Radio i TV Repair HKET METAL MAN. ailed After S, .IJ-4U. ,our .and edied Preieat t
COUNTY. IN CHANCERV : '1. orsura. Free eatlmaiaa I DOZER OPIRATOI. Inolud. Clad Btrlpe, Nrloa
cAST lIVER 8AVI NUll pour born,. Lasy .rm. alIt flee .UTO : Insurance and .
BANK, > LAnKY RADIO and TV acvie.oiue 6 T.H. Sol DuPont HI Lo
a forpoi.lion ) Tampa Hiebwer 550'SeSS. free moiatura prooflna. after I DHAOLINB NPHAiTo ... Sundara O C. Hamiltonabrki
Plaintiff ,'ou iet la repaired In our mod- PPLIANCE TOTAL PROTECTION for pour Dade CIte H.,. I.'
\. j Z FMCMFvmitura .csshops S a lair price. Brine i IALII.rUN1RNAI amllr and propertr with coo I" llea North of Interalate
noitomr M iiFnnox: for > inor.ellnsodssoelO'.OcesliHowseds lea. one companr and one cberkarver I I08PITAL
meih. liiiRiilliY u. oon( ) MUTUAL PINCa cpmpsn,. I.e. Radio and TV. MU ; ILLIItCEMENT A. SmIth Atincr. 413 I BI. trorerr A"a.nprlahlreearr ...
BuN, u .moii. n A HI'm: ii r ) bowels 11.1.... OP d..a parnonh. 3.1170. 413 Lonnfellow, Beet to PINtIHE. south Florida Arroue. PhoneMJltl -'Ia Ford .
I PRAY van truck lood make
; To be or not to !he. . "Ser o no ser. Hamlet, :and wlfr. KAItl-N ANN IIAKI'r.:RlMOItlllAaF ..- .".'..nt.Lekusd.... W. industry woo's be. MO ndcr'acid. 5.Sun Jon Mower Shop I mRIC SALtSMETf ,ffer Mark Tnsdm,. Peat, an*}

translated into Spanish, was a recent standing. ] tOltr ha"fendunts.:I.I.OSI KB I Proc e.Ilmste. Rswsaving :COOKS ORADk.lt OPERATOR I M.rgag. j jIU'I' !N.33M. Tampa Hlihwar. Fbooo MU

\ room.only sucu-ss in Mexico City, as were plays by I A"H: NU U ntr,.m ..5 I HtHWARHERUR8ERY .
NOTICE OF SUIT IN FOR KXPIRT reweatlnt of Soil I MAN DUD. sill, refinance PISA

I Moliere and Tennessee illuuis.At MORTGAGE FORECLOSURE BRIDEB Beit furniture prleilacama .. nolea. tnan. enareue buena.ste. .nd .0..... 'Ir MuTt55t1 .
To: IH'IUJIHYM( IIIUHON. for 3CI Mstlolt a I'IIr..leur.. P5055 512.Sill .. call Kellun Raweatlaa awre- Corp. .. 1.'lor. LIQUIDATIONON
m,.,h IxmortlY .\l. (Illol). Ie.. .1d-3,1. Rm. 208 Arcade Bldg. ida Au.. MO .aU7.
the OKI
Various times, Vic and U.S. Acton' Studio )'AW.: II U'I"r IIAKfLlt, .
have 'ed house I III .mil wife. KAREN ANN Roofing mon.OstM. CASH & CARRY
J pl.i> to packed I iA ii l'i'RIlnaiIelare Tax S3 000 phoae to .0 Far IneuatloB LUMBER CO.

') And In the plazas of Guanajuato/ ilasiic Spaiusli Y.,u. LXIIUMHY.: I'n M known. HKPOON INCOME TAX ALL replaced Trrrs. Mepalrl rooflni cuaranteed repaired. Se 5 :IPPLICANTS or near lire diperUmnl FOR ,hlof, For afflo.perwnal -,! IUPROVEMKNT 1..11.HOIII loine to SAWMILL ITEMSONE

; fu rirn'r iii Lxiltinily M. i lUlIll.I.S *, lead reeume Ihm "nal. repaint ar add on AIM
? dramas are presented during a early festival. W. III'o'rT lUUPrR 111 )J and up C.5511 DeeeoB M-Ot13 Roeflai Company, .M> ; Dt.tlo'In..I. #l of C*.. D. CClntold.llon. P.mpt aerv. MODEL 1 D 14 DIEaI
I and wife, kAReV; ASS HAKPbltami ,.O 1. Lakeland It. Llol..d Irt. Corp. POWER UNIT. Juat rt.f

Original Mexican drama and musical comedies, )oui unknown epnimeii, and all H & R Block Co. Stretn Repairs IDI. loul. Tn. AveauoU arova building Irrlaatlon. Had a re.
unknown 'SrtIas ilamilni( liii. Mb Will .I for (ISO

sidewalk art exhibits perform.inces or the corps of ). ihrc.,,uh or avaln.i >''u,.r.alaa are Weekdare SAM. to t P ... SCHELNt: REPAIRKU in>ecl Wl.. I ONE WOODS PLANER. with shin.Is. .
hriebtlflnd, ..a'41 SUB M I .. lan and blower pipe. Work
Hint a inplaml '''mint replaced In wood >0' HORTICULTURE
ballet Mexican cultural fare Is as richly varied as to fori-cl I I",e it tcrtain Morl.... on IM West Walnut St. tnohshfrsml., Put up deliver Ire order Hai ihiftlne 1. and
the 11,.. f"(II"wlui di-atrlhea PI'oP..tf, ..> .II14II will include a out oft aaw, 1100
cuisine at its famous international restaurants lu.wll' k Phone 686-1958 flrlu". ft J. Soil ,ONE EIOHT ROOM RODSE tonaved

l huh 11 of Jan phyl VllUue, Swimming PsslsPOOLU 7 ... Wood sold,

In the many galleries filled with vital modern art. . I lull s;. \Mntor lIsa pit, rl//"r. lama R.palrsLAMPS. OROOND PEAT muck Prat and .baUtroom ad p.n.ln healer
Idn a. nbaawi h>' Map or list Cl.aAOlSD. rewaireBled on... Located 100 Ma' Roofed with life-time aabeiloe.
in a concert of the National mphony! at the Palace them recorded In the Offi,'. : REPLACEMENT ehadia 5 I criemwili enpolli. tot O Meal.. MU aPt For only la.o. lIla beat* a
of the Clerk .,t thai {'Ire'ull 'equipment W... 701 Eat Mala JU. Bb.1 1..00.ABO .
cle Belles Artei . .In the historic dances performed Lamp pane and repair Imperialtudloa CLEAN PHOaPHATI
l-mirt In for MU 1..311II. land for
and Folk (uunf 350 CoMA 0<,..... ..,. YOU'lAGRff lawa Also "and tat .. TsY' sQUARES of
I bytheinternationalawardwinningBallet FolUorico IBImliiillnir Hlnrlda. In I'lat Book 4i, lass .... MO .....31.lawnmower. COB L. P. 5.555 _I.. c.11 CisobOproeNCtouem. E D... MO3on: dir( fill .d .10. "' ID.I...
(06.5445Televisions A Ut.llm. roof. Way below lomb
National . throughout Mexico are elements of the apxclfloi.ll but not Repoln GROUND FEAT S3 euble tare -. 120 FT STIEL SHAFT.
hy UK i "f limltatlnn the follow jard. Spiel Peat Company .. ADOO. far

f two great traditions uhich Mexicans have blendedinto Slag. H("nil'na.m of llotwater equlpmentiI'l == LAWN MOWER REPAIRING Sawaand Lakeland Hllli II'' 110-1714. .. 25c pet poita ft. cattleluardl.

their modern national culture the learned Cell heaL Heater Cola iharpened Bur and FOR TILIVUION repalra OB sitmakes. Seeds ONE STEEL SHOP TAIL. 42
72 Flowers
h.. lu-a. ell mows ItID"', MOt Laaler feat, reliable 00.* aallHT Plant Inch.br 11 feet loni Price 131NI .
and the fIled Iscillet you and \ MU -1340. mci I! city MU 5.0150
i Maya-Aztec European strong with Henais- )ou are retiulred I u.ervaa copy C XMINO OUT, Alter and SLIP SCRAPER for 130
of >oi'r Anewer or l'l.adllll, IIhe .. anapaaoa > ONE BIO SHOP STORAOE CUP
j lance spiritKnowledge. Upholsttrlnglolllneuwnrth that the Ledger Want Ads plants II00 per 100
n m |i I a I n t on Plaintiff wIllis l ther 1..1 1315 Eait LemoaOU8TRCM BARD, I inohea deep, 41 laobei
mtorne) .'lamea P. llahn him
P 11 BA,3.1T CPBOI.AT001a.O" IN" wW sell unused .
t of our modern neighbor is Important BIX JI Ljkaland. Florida. and file 10. Slip oO,560 and d'...... .... your VIBURNUM, hlble.a .. $100 CABINET for IIS
the orlmi.| Anawer nr l'lo"dl". See the "Dullness :_Ul.. Pr.. enlimahoe, pick ops.d household items .1.'IDa.,..6. Carltaa. bo>
I today. Send for the free 16.page booHet "Know In Ihe orlle.' uf the Clerk of the Opor'tunities" deilloep. Ph... 111-4.40. 505 f.st "ood elm. .. ..,.,....spi.n.loesInloep .. CALL AT EAST SIDE
'Ir'ull i mrt on or before th. : RoadVenetian I Check home .Imo.
1 Mexico Box New York ads In your now
1900 19. today'spaper ,
,Salk das of April A. (a., 1UI4/ .r.b. p..tn. II LUMBER CO.
! If >,,u fall to do ao. a Derre Pio Blinds call t-llil Owls'S. Murefrr 4432 SoilS FI.c.'do.
,Uonfenao will he taken avalii'l. ).'," for the best buys ten M t I PHONE MU 2-4651

,for the i..11.| f demanded ,n the IKRriCALB A II D bo"ounl.1oaanut..l. place a buyer-getunf
I Complaintthle t ....... lI.p.lrlll. cleanedutomobile .d 7 Fsodi traits V. fclsiand. ,
: I N 'HOB shall he. pulill.hed -aVI I rolsiebod Lies P.O.- MU 6-1131. !
,;o\ Presented 'In the interest of International, loodwlll onto i-a.:l ii: wek frtr four ion.,., 'i. I(iso bliods Air-Ule. MU 4-1117 PRUIT FOR .ALI .Sc bu.b.el USED FURNITURE and
$ ("'OKI* in* cooperation, of The Advertifcri Council the 'Iv. wi., k, In tIle Lakeland Lodfer Alto .hlppod. .1.. Fruit appliances, upholstering
.tL ConMla Nicional da la Publicldad and trw NewipaperAdvertnln neHnimper I IF YOU WISH TO BE LISTED IN THIS all Nortk Florida 11.
Buy sell H &
0 P0' | E ecutlvoiAnoc allon. PKIMUORDrftKD: at Kai: loll trade MBargain

'low, 'I.'ltla. (hi. loth day ot .. BUSINESS CLASSIFICATION I SOMBER: MB Btrawbe.tie. is, House, Highway 98
, Mm rh. A. O IM4 .. .
< 0Usd rou Pick. Week dUI ..1..
I II. H. "'.nA '. JR. DIALMU 6-1151-Ask For Classified .land THoaiai. SpoIl end Mr In. North at Gibsonla.! MU 2-
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97 Artlclfi For Salt-Mite 103 Furniture & Appliances A9 I HARD BST A wopoT? HIM coee isPQITTV REAL ESTATE REAl ESTATE .


ZP"rnI H&AIU"O i4 Ii.. D'., W. "QUUITA"D4. => COMB & GOT 64 1SJ Hevitf Fer Sale 153 Hawiii For Sole
C.II atM' I-lEU "
1"121 Dortobls
diehwaahw. Meohanlcall MyqjeWMH.RENTALS .
MOVINO-MUS : Mil, 14.Out Bf1Mr _f*.t. OahlMt alUhtlr dam THRIB BEDROOM hue .ll Piicway .
conditioner 130 volt. laid ...... I.'at" .t $110. h,.. Onto all Nort* PloridAvoao I NEW HOME

Only 3 weeki in.letstlnelium Hutr1.. aa. W MaIp.HOL1YWjj *, MO dowa OM a. moaltiChalB NEW POOR bedroom. two kalll
link fence. MU I 1141aOUTHBlDB .
bed.. $11 ;living room. dinln room
: ...... .11I...... THRIR brntroom. a..larn Plorlda room II' kllr..
ran 1311 ? .T&AL 1 llvirt aria. Oak lloort
.it II HUh hack ....11.?, |it. 104 .t,: at ihoppini Hill- :. 5a'O: .0' carport utility room.
.. > : Ll
M Oil fuel
tll IPUM* UtlM as, BM-O347 4-0333. 100 t IM. Water and

room tulle .. .. . 1'It" tan ,OlbMn Park Area Wildwood :
II... in.80 Box iprlni or ROPANB OAS lap aaokla*. b.... THRIB bedroom OOB AtanM. lows. WU3lta.

Inniriprinc aieitrei .. HIM I.'. **. 'aur. imtatioa kodu. {N/j : tow doa paraicnt MoathIP : 1,0
B at* ten llur I.l-s. .9 tb ||ot SSL** 0aI1 M-MOI, Ivy., 1_ paytarnt* 144 M aionthly In

Void bedroom lulUo complete 0.* BerWea, |3I1 New .I..dn. t..n and Ituuranra. Call

." *. lukuradaJc. B..b.. ... 3 MS4033NSW .
11M. ,.1.. ..1..*
ait . . . . .dID'13.. .. los Jewelry d.103.....BTAUNTON Corner lot three bedjooaio .. THIS
Good Meed TV. .
' sag N I. b"".. PlorMt nVaI
NOW 1 HP 11" power mower .
and Mat 613 .
BOW . . . . .|| WI PAT ...... diamond toldepln sir WB DON' THAT TOO
Oood teed .10... i:0Idr.frI.0: .. old] old. Blaunom. lllver. 1 TWO bedroom kouee. Heady CAN Oft I.IJI FOB TOUR

.. .. . -'. Jewelry. tot SoulS for Immediate. occupancy Hot
orator .. 14110 lIII Ploy- ThAi ISO
.. rfl paint nil SiSal IL AUTOMOTIVE RENTALS I RENTALS 1* REAL ESTATE .a. ft linni ar**, ballt-la yaac. 1010111. 3 YOUN,

Aloe! Urio Stock ot PI imblao and ..Dn ndowa, lull ills beta. BATHS, CENTRAL AIR CONDo

Hardware.FOLT. POAM ROBBER 106. Hothlnery Tests 117 Avtomvbllei WirteelCASBt 119 Femlihid Apartmenh! 130 Furnished Hou... 139 Uiifvrahlied Heutet ,,14 litlntii Prop.r al floor 111. .t.acrBd IM 10 PrbPriced I. AND EVEN HEAT ALL BUILT.INS ARBINCLUDED .
month after a .. .. payment .

Out OUTLETWo .11 ACETYLlItI.... 304 WVXDtNO..., autfll, WAIfTSD ain ... ... 99 '045S.d.5 PVRNIBHEO APART MEIfTB si CU1B AND eowy CB ...".n. tons A'ARTY laralabod I' .RMIDtNTlAL COIIW I A Iladualclal Can bo .... dally at Sun Aire*. E PHICB OP 114.DUO.00. RN MlSVCMINOB .
ADT PIuS Allah. WU lota, Information cell Jon Mar-
Rod Mi ?
5.7702.i CIII."U 5.2581. 411 Bouu n_ RiaooaaalaMg po.rd ss$ "reel. IIS QueoiIM3I ?
W. PAT TOP PR1CEB : .-.... $81501. Call -"O lor ip.PoIstlilvl 603? = Sloe. 5804100. Rudy. Realtor. IMI B. MnaoriaBled. :CT 4-1314 *r Don WlaMn CALL BRACTUXY
Par flood Said PurnKur 'A' CASH 'or .Ioku 0005 or ...'0'. 3
sad 07 ImnblBg SspplliiMontgomery 1:1- 56d.e 17 05911.". 90ss.s loll ATTRACTIVELY PTJRNI8HSD on i MU e.4 MREALTOR
Appliance* : 2-1114 and two kodrwom apartment 40louta : TWO BEDROOMS eleourlo. kltok.en UNPlllm U1 I _. TAMPA 1lHWA' IM i liTOwner nu WILLOW A. . 3liroo

FlorIda. Fhoni MU aarpori, utility room. waehor. S oler. Joha Breaaa . S boll. .orotod 11015.room. .
3-3811.1 11" .ool
CALL MU 3-2044 Ward i ear orM '''' .0. BIMDUItRIAL . room
ad.nr.i: 10 month. ns strata al.dlnIII'il'I
Boulorar W'1
ay laa. $. WEd PURNI8HE13 OR erml liralaholoa II' .
Polk GET A GAS HOT WATER ,Bill lowarl.IWA15fj3 beautiful Lako Mortoa. 153 I MU 51040.iicai .1 o'Uo. TRACT adlola.Kraft .. lat- appolntmintTHRIB ... ROY SIlllf

Trading Mart HEATER Lako Mortoa Drlvo, Phono kit: ROOMS and bath acroen IAI MODERN a.aedraom doples. approitaiately I'
FROM WARDS wreak for: OLD Jgak. ear 151.. 3-3MI. I... porch oloctrte bOoboo, i suUlltlea . .1"1 "...IBl-a340 I Aero .lb.. Railroad MO 000 BKCROOM CB |1M
V I. BWT II EAST Have Hot Water When caih Prompt pbck.P.Call lurnlihid SOtVb WoePatterioB .13- Mia .n.o Realtor, OM41M. down, aionihlr paymrato' 1914
Black. 0834501. PRIVATE ENTRANCE, KrMBM 1037 iSr.nordOInd.. etft.141*
You porch Ihrtai I room, bedroomkitchen . ID3 3441. TWO bedroom duplex __ __ LA
;; Need III *. PAY Sll tin lr luak car 1 <&AI monthly la. 393 B .
DOWN 171 47
'ARLOR FLOOR Ira and DoriS .... II S3Oeeeola.
batn. o< FIVE ROOM home with lleeplnporah * .La. 111 .
ruIn.. All In load .....dlll... 14.Hr. inatallatMM Pra pick -".. Tonkell Iron and ildo nrlihborBood. Coupla ; live block Irom Iowa ., 0 Palmetto 32HCtiol heat In diowood PinP7nio.d Phono IM 3143
Call MO "12M. 117 N. 11111.1. In* .2.JII' 8.3.9J.3. .11"1; and In.. 0'3"11.
Kentucky Very rtaaonablo. 613-04)7 or IIIUM CONDITIONED three be< b..I' ---

MU 2- l03 Old LOCATION. Claaa sad' AlI.. two bath. Very cleanloutoildo ,o loca on to, InduntryHomia Riii L.WNIa
99 Boots, Motor, Suppllti CASH FOR YOUR CARPradarau pliaiaat 1 Lane clout .. .I LANaI wo bedroom: Uvln M I-IB8I. .. Mobllo Homo Park .. ONLY $400 Down !
Water HUH and dry, clwi la two kathi. lano Plurld
Adulta PsrkI.ss. farnubed room. aeparato dlnlnt room, tiled TWO BEDROOM CB heue.. Newly tul
FIRST 1100 UkM 108 Pianos & Musical IntlPKClAt room car ...port. brlrk On
eoulty la 1Lekecrafl $ Cbevrolit will 320 Woo Cannon bath and aaraie, water and aeweraae .
tibIa crulnar VISIt 10 "o..td &1..10..1. ,. old Phono UO S-4D3I. or 3 bedroom brick and block
UP lui car U h' cleaa MALL MODERN aperuneolarto ;I lurnlahed IM monthly Kam TED TOWSON .
BP Mercury, motor ....1.... BALI at Baby Or....*. olMita, Baalamon .1_ la Earl TI...,.. lai 7I>' I.... Road Call 4ll7 Itiallor I 1.0000.BARGAIN. multl.bath In Winston
,wdloa. Conaole sod Bplaete .t'v'j:1I :I wIll T. R. Tucker Jr.. RealtorNEARLY ATTRACTIVB twMdraom .
CABIN CRUISER 1$ Xaut..... CAR PAYMENTSTOO Phono MU l-illl Iii B. ra. Ara14ft .
M HP Johtuom olMtno top old.utIs1fl. Roil ""'DIao. B".. .. lOt BootS NEW three bedroom CBTorraaao 311 WilT Plla.rent or soIl CB lam Plorlda room Heights (opposite Winston
970,50.. TWO .EIIIIOOMLIIbnl sod too porch 110Available .
.. astir traitor |7M. 031J.ff.rS.a. tloora, 6re Ranchos. Ullty awDlnt wlndowi, tilt katnIniulalod grade school).
carport Nloelturnlihed ..
USED BALDWIN.Howard Oraad HIGH? kitchen CI. .. ohoirlu! Nlnitihborhood ., adult aooa 31. Fir birch tb I..",. Boor
Cloao to R.onlbl.
II' CABIN erulur with II HPJohneon .lane. beautiful Walnut Italia I..., Boooad floor, pritrabnlranca I,. O. T..n. I\llr, SM- eMAIL MOU$$, : .. OROVB BARGAIN aiaeWly school...lrN oily and .bur.I.Waodor-.. Paroditroota MEL RUDYLMLA

ilMtnraiatla. Cell HA Lonnell I"... loo PlotS Plerlda' Paadartl Chevrolet will pay alt noroa. Only I11W 3609.Old. Dad. .City. : : W: aranioa. T I.. Good IsO D .Idial.
tvenue. '
BU 3111 lata model SU-" nt.
pour and D.I.hb.
ear nny
I-J321. Mulborrria .. weekly Uoludmc walor. MO fr CLIAIt two nll h.l. lorl Lakilaad '29.0 last Tefh. REALTOR
... U brO.
*. atlordBe
one you aaa
OROAlbNIO 4311 aoUTHBlDB POUR lovely homeathra Also .
PLYWOOD boat motor end BALDWIN Splat n."h"rb Silo doo.. db.oouci for sob 11 m, Multy UOHTOAOB BROKER
trailer tor lale. Pint 1100 tckeiII run. LUc new. 'liai MU SOLD My BUMllPENDARVIS COTTAGE ELECTRIC: kitchen. Adlla 101 Wait .'.llon. hadraone. two b.U.. all aeroa I 1'. Evinlnff: MilcoImThorns. 'U &. blob iaio .t.t 1931 I Memorial JI.d.
.0.4811001,5. 'UO Clark
But Walnut 'Ir..'. 4981. near but private. eulted lor two Oil bedroom boute aD .. \ .. ..18801 Sort Rodier., . : Acna. AIM dial IM-4101 any "
wator providid TU Woil Baa CAN ahady lot, near Rll' 1..03.CUHTR R..la .,1 ".d. for bulldlni lot or tne.

TAKE OVIR DaDulata. .21 PIANO ..... .n.a.... MU I.U", 10.11. HOW. three bedroom, o..n.r, OHJ73INKARINU .
.. .. Pon.
monthly II .1. .
flboriluboat. .. CB .n OWNERS SAY
4a HP .." motor endtnllor TRADEINJAMBOREE CHEVROLET TWO OR three bedroom bo.... one IIS Clark Realty, IM- $1,230 PER ACRE COMPLBT1ON TradUonal .-
DUPLEX FOR RENT a In doilin Kalunnt wo.trato
Hit Arllniton Hood, MV and 4031
cldllonl. ..ua I..lo. dlnlai paBilid tarn SELL! !
"3110. lit Aorat la irovo aorei .... room
111 tt 90.0ldsAv.. 401 East Oak ..r.r"'bl. .or 1 e .
Thinking about a new piano Banta in 001. 408 W.NI three bedroome, twobatIl. lurid 101 .. 1. yntri old.IOb.bwIP lIp room with llnplaro. doubldoor
WIUo PAT 5505 fir ollo0forbrkup 1.1. 6. Sll 1I..Un.. lou ontry loror, doiblo farm 4 bedroom. alto cloeeU. k "
103 Fvrnlturt & Purniihtd unruralahod Redeo.oratod .nl MU I MM. (roniata. Irrliatlon ,
Appliances'or organ? Now U the time ay room | IM- Briar Lakiland mwt do-
.. 11" .14.1. MO ...01WA.rID Now kllchia sonlpacol.m.sutIful 1' "alI lood bloom, plus 331 apr.. oeitra B. In kltohen, recreation roo. Por
to Olil IDROOM. I.r. 11.11I. 4Q3IUNPVRNI8HED. .".blo addrow BIB Olwn kulldir da room. b... ...
tee ui about trading In lra..li"Door Twlarto land Prleo 110 Aoo 091! Conr.1 .I
VACUUM CLEANERS rebuilt rw. : IMI Chevrolet lerraieo floori room, d nini room. water 0034023..
boOr'..... Till kath TJtll : POUR loom l lhoUMI down Call Jim Powora MU I fWNIR. .4I.n.d. J..llt..1 lot l
Bedan Pooer and air. Ap-
8O..n'"Eleotrle new. .Repair 1131 Cleveland. pane.Oraaallild :your old Upright piano for all.... :3ai W... U.... La elah< 1&, room 171 partly furnlihod. a,' alt.aeweraaa Earl Tr.turnuhed..... 113. .7U 150. StillS ta echeol, 130, IJk wIts T. M. Tucker Jr, .111, > Ill Prado Piano. 1.lr 0. dowa *.
of Ideal lor amall Ian ly MU II7JIBUILDINQ oloilni coit
me our lovely new mod 170 unlurruehed. Call T R. lano family room flll.3.NEAR
,. rm.
Final* Bird MO .-..., wIllS T. R Tucker. J lUallor
ir Jr Realtor. Kg "-'113,TU.II'I' Our horn oath- ..-air oondltlonodPORICLOHED
1 el. Cannon Music I II 121 Meblle Hemet 8UIAaL
RETRlaSRATORS W A I H I Beaten 0. giving NICI TWO bod..m, ill .1..le .dl.r .. CI. In Ill '00.MUIT .
air londlllonin. oto. All ,exceptional trade In allow, GARAG' APAIITMINT. r. 5 vi05015 ""'he.C.I WU 2-J"5. on Kathleen Road MU 3. ... LAKE PLACID Thr. COboos. I LAKE10LLINGSWORTl
BitM repaired Prompt eipertterelea OVThEH: TMANaFEIUtED: : nui ComtFl4bIo, 8O..nl..lI ULL bodrm
BM ui top lood need apiliance I ncea on old Upright pianos "11 SI 10Heial. looted lot 10......, Do pits, lDqulr. .01 IAIl. NEAR LAKE In .admired nalihborhood 31 ACRIB. 070 Valencia. ma .. 100. sIr ooldllboo.P.

your Eelvinetoron sad 1 Come In this week! II Po* "..... Oardeai Mobil 00 ......t.IF'ICIINCY. Kiel twa bedroom kunialow .' t..111 bom* ..two lurid, 114 Plniapplo. matured, I..lto. Wi I.. 00951mortsi.0. ld.ltd ,

dealer. Nlto Day ,.....- Park. 005130LiisP Ian* porohea. dlnlnt room, mot ;bedroom, .room itPorL 1(1 Maria OP. maluredi 023 Va. ..3JI. '" porch. breakfaet
,il anwo, 1130 '.."..r.dal. Rd APARTMENT: Cia.Vol : 'Kitchen ... built la rio. and . I yoar old Price I1M P1000GM C8 .300 d000, room. lane. Only II ooo nodown
I CANNON MUSIC CO. .ALIa .IaIt.. lii.SML oration Pr .... kath ."dontr.n. lot C..I. 1.10D UM ,oven 1100 per month. Will lea.. 0'THRI .
tin e-JITI with Call Jim Powira '16'0 .n'h. N* lloelni *ot*. RN .
.tSrsus. p$3la. .upplb. La.sorsI. .. uttfltUa .r. 'UO
103 B Plorlda AT. (11-1141 lurnUbed Ad Greenwood Only s week with aptloa t* buy Winifred LOann 1-7171 with T R. Jr, 1103 . An, MU
....It'" lteal sod ..56,05.trauosrta. ..I.. Ml.IMI13S 13.1 T.k.r. Nof
only .
I Opaa frldar ......... call ivenlnn, Ml-2194 ItoaltorBAROAINB. 1.4..0.
SAVE .. lull, eTio W.v H. L. (Shorty) Palmer
.pa Blibway MO l-eXIM. lAST Lime. Ona or two bod McColIough-Frazer Inc. .OUTIIIDS PUR _ro... two RCPOBB BI B B 0banaln

25 to 50\ # 111 Spartirif GoedtPACHB IT. room bath, dlnitto. livlnl boa, .;1 bath, 100 .. .Wo,. illS potvonik. THIRTY top In many La..d, anaaMil 1 104''Tenn LMLA Avenue
utohen. larport, plinty ahadiNEAR Memorial SM 1IM
on .0. trolL plua I lou Including houeolarilaklni .I Rudy ....It'. till B. Uoaiorlal MU I.1173

CAMPINO "all.... Be* ONE ONLY COLLCOE 141'Buehln* !BRAND NIW three kedroom CB ooulpmmt" packlnikouaa Bird .4101. Neil t I. T. An. Ft Lot)

BADCOCK'SRaBullt the beet before kuylni any .... MO Wator automatic waahirimall COMFORTABLY fUHMUHCD two tile throufhout, aear Bouthiatihoppln . roady .operalo oomplit' THRU BIDROOM CB tlko n'.. .

Living Room I.*.'*. .1It. Pull Blvd, piaellH I NEW 50'xlO' .hUd.... MU 0.3300.LOWERAPAR7'MIWT bedroom horn*. C.t G 1 *. Khooli and Sal (top. 1110.000. M down. Mlolm rornor lot all hut, oondltlonlnirHA .

I Par. 'Iorld. with carport .I.h..h. 01. 'MO per month M 10131furnlihed T.m. alIbIS. III widow solos north euUI .

Furniture i" all' UMBRELLA teatj lour I 2 bedroom 131 Will "...."... Adulta. Florida 3130 North ,15100551$ TWO b.dr.om .....1... Reaiuir IM.1711. : Three bedroom CB horn. MM

S -idlplIeS ,aS.1 rOIL Oood 105418199.clu ao peu. Innulro hub ...,.. '5111011.1. ippllstiris sod visor BARGAINS BIAUTirUL modir basIl-la _I.b... carport 1..0

livlnl room Hit** 1, MU"i1 mint la "ar.COTTAO. .. MU 3.3910. homo, thrio bedroom. 1H kath, ut lltr completely" mortemthreutloul.
Priced a* Law a* 131 Fer Rent MluellantevEPPIC1SNCY Income
$3790 Like new Nlre lot,
POUR room Plorldaroom NICK CLEAN haul. live lar*. 14 'r.p.r Ino iirnir lot conrialiBt location
$8993 and upPer 1112 W.Rted MUcellaneein all ilertrla air ooadltionidml room" Bath. carport .. for mar CrjiUI Lako. It 000cash on paved atreet. >400 Cannon
...... lllVk Bouth Plorldatvenue APARTMENTS 0111.lUll ]. 50.80. Oa ill? ku'( .. TWO DUPLIZEB 'tour apart- top ooully. Dri kr ill' treat Only IHftOO UftO down,
ipoctacular 1..1".. R&B MOBILE HOMES fur..h.... mea, lit weekTwa .1.1 131 Combo ascIi) kllchini furnlihed. AUnndltlonid Iicnanto Avinui. owmrU lt a "0.lb. Na eloeini coil
a* pet
la load luraltur I,CAlls P05 Dour 959984 ...... bedroom oouBtry home: ..1.. Phono MU II47SLAROKR .. Bioillint return olareetment. < .7ol.. Malcolm C.I
I MU 3-3370. ATTRACTIVE TORtS room apart.ment ....th.ld. .. Phono Tb.III.
VISIT BADCOCK'SUsed 1639 W. Memorial Blvd. D.nll. .n.ut 11.0121. A. S. MORROWREALTORS
140, AIM eleeplm room three TRI BEDROOMB ItS bath
Furniture Lakeland FloridaALL with kath 'rl..... S3I .3I Eaai3l II.21211. OLI r...Ier.Nic. riTMENT 8PECIAU New room air oondltlonodoood .
I AUTOMOTIVE 110.. and back porch.lb .. ITS 'rol iloeen 'CB duplm .....Id. partlalliuralihed yard. fcariala IB a uA
111 Hotili Hewtu 1..1
Department Aport. .
55105101 00, boot noIlly wry datlrablo Call MU Br-.h 01.*
Barl Traniui. 1131951 with
I'IQT 71.0015. on. bodroom" twin .... IIVI93I 1..lon Blvd
. In Mulberry ALUMINUM II Alma with b..... .." klScOa.a .111. tao T. R. Taokir. Jr. Realtor. IM1111 .-41 or .1., .. ...3.0"TO
116 Avtemebllei For Sets .wain*. price. to wit reaeoiiablioutlet Bait Oraaio Btroet. ARE AV1NUB Hotel center n 181' two bOI... I.Inltu.111 tialleHam. MU ""II
Thi ...1... Sal Hill win HaN lawn. Lake Pop clean PIAOI. .1.1a. ky
5 Mr Cbamplln Jobsj7'ourb.t I W.I. II.......... SI.. ... Onduplri .
this pay lor tour tin aad trip 113 CORVAIR Mem eonrirtiblradio PitS.. lie. Low monthly, ..klr, dallraw TWO BKDaooM eonaret blockduplei . .ra 101.... propirty ,
o BIO REDUCTIONIF WardiMel 10 double laraii Ono w tflloloncy
and 1.llr.
to for retire and worklnimen Scars .
beater .....m.llo trios. eo. V A CAMPER, lullynulpped *. Pood available. .....n.. B. Memorial, IM apartmint Two I kid LAKE MORTON
MuIb.rrr.BADCOCK .Inloa whli* ildewall Urei, 11,. Low ..U..... ...k.. YOU QUALIFY 4101 any time. UPLEX CB 100 10 ....h.Id. homes. 113.4IH6lOUTHtllDB .
W. CORP.1000 n,lie*. MU I.4111. ood .....d car N* "...... ,Stash omplorminl Pay rentnonthly ilU Mobile Homii .. iood location. 'earn rom NEW autildo Hi. CLOSE IN

Ic 0905 OWlISH HilIck 81.1. 2603.is .Uaia. MU IU14l In advance pay your most IZDIIOOM... MU .. f..la"or mor".... Owner III.1HOI. hrii btdroomi will tak
Vita Store and WarehaiuM ... $015 or call 5154. SDo iwn atllltl..sOoI.t ....r. Noshlldran ONI BWROOM fu"h.aU.. .r..r.lob. twin b..... Iha dlitanoohopplne Walk down Iowa from her*.

Mulberry Plorid 0034758. I1.20.30.WIDDI iicept amall bablaa. BOwu 5. 10. "n" "U 3.3.... IUH&IDI, TWO bodrooma. 141 Wnlirfrenl PropirtylACHincB and olirnintary aohooAoroaa deal lion *. Lane rooma eeparale
Mulberry Store Bourn doalrablo 1 and 3 room Cal area. Stove and rofriierator d nlni room, lleamlni hardwood
lam. to I . dally Prl BUM 1553 POBD ......11..1.. Pull Pow- MOBILB BOMB INIDKANCBSTORAOB ipartmenta, walklni d 1111 a alowntown NICE TWO bedroom trailer. I ihte lurnlahed. IM month itroit tram BouthwoiJunior lloora. aerienid troll porch
p m H in. Wlndior 50,0.5..tl
I r. SIMS ohio. 181w 10" PrI..1a O BO A HI oabla, W.
Al PARTS Clrio Center area and water lurnlahed Laundry laolllUn MU 1-0333 Termi airannd IU11110
until I ...... .... Modeundor
I. -34JI after I 30. Phone Walker IU-MJI III01MI3 .. JI01 Plor t4l>N>. > kidroom novel itoahouia Bouth A. ,
Open AU Cay Wednwdar . .U.bl. ..rl ;wiil4tics U II b.l ""0. Caih tormiLaria oonitruction' Pull InlormaUon -I I'WIDULLA
Ml Ida l l .rm.
Tft.Porl4 osr.A t eondlon U031 I
Onr 10 aiocit llore* Mrrlci DEE'SMOBILE modern .... . 10.. from '(". all o. call alur 4pm. 000.0010I KEN HARRIS
PlorldaLtkeUBd .. SIrs racin red Enilneacimlealon TWO BEDROOM. lower apart,. CLEAN MODERN lurnlahed ........ r.." Low parmenta ....01...I week dulL Croom 11 rViwrio I ,
ARIA t 1
rear OIl and paint : boltrolll ... lath.n.o -
AiMKlata Blora HOMES manta. clean, Uaetlvely lur.nidied. tra lir. oottaaea, living eon I milae Nona Mon f. 1
G Hideaway I .
III No. Plorlda Arc. I"racUeally new. |I4I **nh, IIuncial waihar' ooctrlclty Included dltlona. UIII.. ... Btu. Wanted Te Rent Mlu. 301 WOods and viSorS .1.0 bath bomii all lonvinlincailood ,..0 5. P101145 A...
Badeork Will Treat Tea Rlibt' I cia be artamed. MD .41 II. Wabaih MO SMI1013 UI s tfa. ClatkIUally. IM.: lia-lll MJ-3811. 140 watir, larlo loU will, Mr 1..11
ld Irado to Dran
i"llOI. BY bo..llt..1 Lak.Irl. .I acriato
TV BARGAIN Completely r* TWO $LDI300M tub.. aD p'I. NEED ATTRACTIVB home. lurlihod ..OWNI. o .. two keirooma .. Field Road to Pipkia lion loft
built and .uirs.laid 1)111 sod '12 "AWILD, .l0pIl$4.i .... I I II' .CItIINIW: room, pull u. IN'two suns. .....loIU .. 25 o.lr.s a IU' DI.BI" . for pro. two i, Oold M.d.l.. mllo MU ."oiJEXCCPTIONAb .
ID. Pro Inetellallon Alwaya'on, Ilk. "... tow mil..... ToE. 50000518 top r.ln. co..I.I. MU ...,...nla. 111 all Ill ...klr. 10' feeiloBel or..ant..r..l.h". top r.aSh lion all ... .homo Central,: 11 .
THRIB kldroom
Lakiland b'a buy la Our or I,dir car IB ".It.. III.4JJOttal .- alt r I or weekend. Water luralahad. dark Realty. Clark Realty. and oondltlonlni. Thrirear : NO DOWN PAYMENT
MODEHN TWO bedroom mobll lean 1-3. mat SIP two CB homo ky owniBuilt
tiled TV at. Nlto Dar TV.till 1330Auburndsi. : FORD, 4 door hardtop r. 'RAVEL TRAILIP.: ...... 13' Oa $104031A1RCONDI'IIOtIID homo. Private lot lekevlew frontMQ old. Priced to aell 8M R b.t Prlildalro ranio sod

.. Road Opta 100MU I lo and .Mater. automatic" liiHloa Wood. Bleep I. Eicellent eondltloa elflolincranlt . Ho peu Call MU I..32. O. loIs, lOll 1500 ...In. 'hone ofin. Bmllint 10..10", 4431'
IISIS.W05.IINOHou6H. ,.. 0004 tlr... WIU lacrl.ui . II100 ....... PorEs Travi Near Hutcninaoa Gull ...13' A..r.d.I.. WO '.4JI Cardinal P50:.. MU I.108l .you .

AIR condition.or .I foP till Call MTJ *-.!... Trailer ...., 331$ loot Mem- Court 4IOS Horlll Plorlda Ava.nui 134 Miblle Home UhJKE 100 PT. Lakilronl. M mllei ...1
... .
Elcellint nil .1.
condition SlOG BTU. J Uieland oa L. Hatchlnil
Ml COMET Wacan iood can room CB, .Ir.b.", Hill BubJ117 "
lit nit ITO Call IM-134. ,itloa, air ooodll1.s.si./ load tire. Saw: MABONRf dupiei. furalehed. BONNY Btar Mobll ADS Lul lot for silo 11. HISS (irawbirry ... Lot lOll

,.adla sad .outer. M.., tell A 124 Trvcki, Trailers I ar S bid roo"", Adulti only Sos,. Park N.PI lota 10 tnd dry. Can 10 ky .1 Klinrnei .. 105.) Prlro too. Phono AT.ar $5636
WE BUY nil banaln at '1081, DOs trad arove Park aria 171 Ho-0114 -akelard Him and dry Munlalpal .Miami Boo UU. 1.18 hr Miado ._

Ita. Call aia4111M3 'M POSED, slat lie' Sod. .IS too alaetrla, water and aewereter ".. L O.rdn. K L Bnko or Bud
OROUNDPLOOR..ttriatllusp.rt.ot POR IALI or Ih,.. "'d. ..
loll Eulain
coIl wu 66005.ti'oL38i'TRAI1.Eft. bus Block t* Dirk 1.11' . P .1
AMERICAN eenvertlble tree .laundry laelltUeiraenallon eae .t. Pbono 11133tPPROXIMAf room CB houw, ". Cryital LikSchool .
SELLTRADE I 1I7S. Bee ., 1.2. Himpetead $ tarpaulin Orow Trailer CityBarlow new Orov Park Bhonvlnt Center REAL ESTATE new a r. oondltlonoi I"'U Iowa paraiini aa ant lot*.

I D,.... outranl lUll la lflct.fur 20.2.', .1.l volt. ......tor. All lorUI Hlihway talon Park Oood I... luhlni and. .... ELV I aom 01.ake mall down Pm.nt, auumo l..1P' klity mtdili low en.. watrwtloa -
Ui|. Small 0050. 1140 North ft. LakefrontMautUul
$ S peiM U4d Monk cryital Uk $ dpl.0. lairos Sub Mobile Let Una 430 month Po.. llaTHRII -
G-O-O-D V0001IIC al Uko Drive. MU S1473JtKELAND 143 Hiss two kidroom homa. 1 '
AND SI cleaa BelAIr Choreit Oil 605.343. .I.nlr .lo..la, ..rlln.d DOr.b'rl. .
Mobil Sot .... In....... Bhowa b, ..
*. DotS lour door low Bill. M PORD Blckup. Trade toy .IIr ..... WU 1.1120, 1000 Soot OARDINB ENJOY UrlBf oa youi I pol.Ime nt aaly. Contact R. OMt BEDROOM, two bath CBouio
USED I.! ... SVSiitbll erlilnal 111-Soil 'M ...... MU .-..'ltl. 1I.la. I Drone Home Park Held. two and mlloa Old I volt TampaHlihway so YOU'J la Lakewood Trailer B. I R, L Gardner or I. L 'JOO down MU a-7102rur IMPERIALCONSTUCION

1 OR SALE: IMO falcon Ooodondltloa EFFICIENCY: UTlLITIIII paId.SrOn4 l Recreation hall ihuf tatet Urn lola, paved I E.'.. .. Realty, loll B. . 9"jo PMAVB .

FURNITUREWARNOCK : Owner. I7M Phone CT 25 BvteiUSED floor "" ..laid.. Cat .U liboarda. laundry larllltlej. Pae. and all alllll. .... Two I mono MU 1-1133 YOU looked at 91111 Pinoar .

'3134. Wlalr Havea HUP. .d road*. Llltln Modora. MSOIT block Uke Parker 50Jan.11 : Annul. Three bedroom IHath I CO.,

SCHOOL bum Cleanrord PURN1IHID aottaoelow : Street. Follow al.na. B. ISO MTictlleneewtIALP Purnlihod unlurnuhid
.IOOOD CLEAN white 64. IMIord N 1C ELY .
FURNITUREit 1.. V-S. stIck ...U.. radio, lour Chevrolet sod oUwra. MUlUi. tn. air conditioned. newly 'IV B ACRES with well and Edward Rol..a. Jr. Realtor Low VA loan. MU I.3179TO PI.. AN.

meet sow lire*. 1110 aaaa. MOVB :- S3I North Lincoln A..- leeoraled oul.&. permanent adilta tank paved. road. ahad .and D.I.. M 1.13. I ACRB lou. ,,..1. kulldelUe BE moved Ono:eCorr 4 .1 .

..'. 111 List Lime" II" spit. IM-QQOI I.. ,.1. |3I New uplei, .I converted 4 I'r: 1..1.1 .11.

Appliance Exchange PINANCB fur andlt 1AVS SEVERAL alcaly turnlehedwa mOLDY ordo 144 Acreage, left ,,Sale :nllnlihid .. lot ..: bIrth ,.Id.n. II.900. .

MU 2.2222 Lakeland i p000. Law a* 141 ." Buaahla vii uocn room kltohinettoa with prlat era .. LOT. .'I..r' .0.. :5025. 1UHLAND Owne. two I
I 5.54 CarL IM-IMI, batn. Rtaunable ra&... 1110nonth ihowera and Clean LAND BOY-1010 Bore *>mUleered Mdroom CIT. WIlE
.302 E. Memorial Blvd. twin CUSS/,/, ADS IIS week tllIlI.... lur- al .,.. IDndr. ....n'. ; Pine land, 90 o per aero rult tr.. I6.10'. Ll.18. BEST BUY SOUTH!
VOLVO IMI carburetor ilihed. Will five. Ireo net to at alie IU. I 1340 aor ealtle fenced and I POlO COLORED OH 1JTHITREET .
RECONDITIONED. UBaXt: waeher I our apoed tranimlaaloa, radiaalar couple tor lewerrloea bone Ml 4041. orou fenced b. 10541.0 10111 HOURS AND two lot, two ralaraio Three bedroom, two

and dryer at ..PU low prleoa. IDI I II. KM. 1143 Soul* Lincoln dependable rendered by lad II]. chutea. Itl per: .. S 0501.. 1 WiT OP WEBSTER SI .too Houwtrallir, 91,
ll. Electric Co. 330 w. Main. IIU 3.>4I4. RENTALS 000$. I 135 hems F., Ret only 49900 11900 ..... 306 "'... 1 I AND 4 BEDROOMS. 1300 DOWN '490, Information, call 500I I separate dining and Florida

: CLAII'I'IIO OISPLAVUSED :1"3 POUCHI Sopor 1......,_ I.m.nS BO head of cattle only MO.000. PItA QDAUPUD BUYERS JIO. I rooms on oak shaded,

__,.lie*. IU-4113. 21 Butlnen. Pieces For Rent TuRks:la AND town I ourfoomapli Clean nicety" lur.- .AROB ROOM* .".I.a.ar aear men buaOentlema and .r.3000.. acree Oardan tour mile U.B. from bllhwayran Cy- ,r ill RUDY. REALTOR 1191 I mini ACKlrlCE room, TWO lInIng bedroom room, .or.onld 506.0. I enced plot near college.

813 PORD PiuS ....0. 1111 ilahed.. 110 monthly ....11.10 Inulre rile. Price reasonable MU I-1341 tan. only 1710 I' ".r.. 5.0 1II01IAL IM-4101. ANYTIME porch. llnlilnd altlo 117 soulS '10.1190.
'Oft Wait Oak AventM W Kathleen 337 SoulS. Hew York R C. Lola R OardDick Walnut.
IIU 0-0010 840 FT. ROOMS FOR .." .r.. .. Insnsllam or |3I loot
SQ. OR RENT lurnlahed apartment .to.d. Realty IOU Eail WitS ,

looT CHEVROLET .......10... Load. OFFICE FOR RENTI! tlectrleltr and Valor turniinid. bib Uoned room hot. and dally eold maid..lervloeII Pnon MU 0-S133 151 hal Iitete Tiii RETIREMENT HOME
Nt .d. lactory ar coBdltionlni Orb.LosS ,101 month 1343 Kalhlna 51054.Call .
BUILDING lite. 110' '
i In Tucker* Dm star Bulldln so po,951. Mri Oar, man- BioS yard 1310 down MU

I lor. black Leo than tuiiah 40000. natchln alI.5 lab.PIanelni 0'>4T. Pared .*,,11I, la Ironl 000.4075.CLO$5 ...r. Phone .1.7141. OranaeHotel 41', directly behind 31 MU Cliva-I HIGHWAY HOME, ....In.pivcicrei allot I .. 1.21 I Modern two bedroom on

IIr....... Ma.1733. IIIDON'T log rear! Tirraie liaor Ideal 1 1t. DOWNTOWN: Two lane tai ..tl.A.. 0811 and. Helihl MU I.3170OROVB 1104. .' 10or. I.* ro.. 11 EVEN ROOM and b.U. ISO I Inonlb lot east near
: .r doctor. afllc ar medical. I oamo Ctlllllol paid SIC weekly auaCLO8B nth , ally t. : a. loge lo
11I03 I ,
TRUCKS ...111, o..IIIL Ceatral hettlni .1 33 BootS New York, .I34O2IPAHTMENTB '. DOWNTOWN, prlvaU on.iris. LAND t acraa pIBI 1 IK3I: 'Iwlni eoeU. no .am.nt., ". MoI I fishing lake Only OI!

13 POII4ICHI lu_ 00. 12 000 and air eond llonlai. ms oonln $950. 11140IIM ... II week. 233 Baulk Mew and .. blalt land i MU 1-1041.. S
I doll
: : sAys HOUaE-14000 tqultyVIII aria
AND TRACTORS '51105. r&4llo P51151 Ur... '3._ I y. Call T. B Tutiir. ita Re alar ; and lit per week Llahu, 'ork. MU 34U34ONB I warm : :bios tandr trade lor any turn valued
I(1J .1110. MO a-tlTl. loll 1310 .. Termil ,
.M VHIT WJJ e.. avor .... I rater and lea lurnUriad Children BLirPINO room cottMe: .. Be* '.it 1100 HI-C341 ar MI-013J Rom9.MEl
Needy to 0* .reicome Ale* aloepin. loomi with anower,. clean _I. Oft L O.rn. '
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E$4 U*: ONLY MMII BUSINESS CORNERFOR U. IDa Oak. MO *-,3 1OUR treet parklni Oentlemaa pre- S.01,5's t O Loll Realty ay UU Ray Bail MalaPhon 152 Rol Estate Wanted HOMES BY RUDY

bath BarlyImarleaa erred.. MU I.1311.
.. alek LEASE lOOMS and $004133.IPAO3'SJEI ,
: .0 n;": !o,.., al n*. Knluety andarkr furniture Adulta. Swim.nlnt LAND wrelood LL
eend .. ONLY $ : ; pool. l.l Bouth BunceiarHREB 136 looms With Bear 1 BROKER
LET Boy yeeaal aad arall I call aeme soal- LIST YOURPROPERTY I
INTI.N.TIONA" ... __ .bio. 1500 M. feet .1... loadmi ROOMB and hill, round may Plant City. Only $1DOWN
".._. ....,.. ._hau'. I... Writ tr phono. Bet Tooth I loor,. DI.I.I.... notion. Phono IOARD WITH lunohee U |oTelevuioo .I..r. acre. Terme l'" down WITH US 1327 E. Memorial Blvd.

mod .Iu"'''. ...... '"it": ala. 133 Illleott DTIV*. Tallaae I IoIIU SO3MPHREB ro.. Reaaonabla '2 810 R L. Gardner. R C. Lele or Many choice h.m. .la all locaon dial 686-4107 time

I IIII VACANCIESWORRY b *. Plorlda. 110O_ turnUbed. apart'nent. loot Oak I..." Ray K. UU at Dick Realty ,'II Dhortr ran"I BELL It. BORN ( *. Complitily ndnorited any

TH' N.w 'NT'.. I Ip Phone 385-3429 ,,. Elderly couple preferred oil Soot Main. phono IM-1133 :IT DOWN H L. Bhortrl Pa .. Monthly p.'D.n..low a* 196

NATIONAL CII' CAD'T I 1 31 Eaat Palmetto" 131 Unfvrnhhed Aparts. FIVE ACRB tract. Ml ......Ill ,I. R.I.r. LMLA 304 B. 0... .top by our 010. ar sill.T.R.TUCKERJr. .
.n' II N... .'D'NaLAW" Mel Rudy Realtor I... ... loD MO 3..11
A..D aA.D.NT.ACTD. 07 ALLAMANDa. DRIVE-SOO M ..I. 1.3 T. .. ,
Blvd MU 'I Nut to B
.' MOW' I IAC. YOU. 0 t el beaullful paniled ofllc 130 Ferntthed Homes LINCOLN COURT Aolo'&lo..orlal 'IO. I .r..l. I Lake Hunter
.' ,.. AN MOUlI. . Lakiland lineal : ZOMBIE MANOR lot.. War din. LIJ
MU411' '" a 0. J I spot,.. lart Iroal eftlcewo sad AdultaMo plo. Worth LUualn :: :1thU >robee Road ritr wai hllliM. lot wIlts lunwt lake.
borne 0'113. I REALTOR
"$0''''. private ."..... Control air ;,wo nlp. BEDROOM..Ia. Boferencet '''0 U 31JMUOOERN In i r and 011.1.1' I. termleia 'VB 5510 hIT, rintali rmuiul. Mil bird Rudy Uitioaior 1:1 It:10, uialllr built home .

ondlUtned. Plenty of built IBtorai I I.. ..., rllllt.all, toJ TOMES looms '"ll for .. .1. O. '0. I 1931 IaoMlmorlsl. .. -1..1.. 311 N. Mau. Are Ukelicd I llv n* room wIth fireplace

Many more Rent them fait with a *, Ae...* from ....th..M. I 15.0 Valporman: : _ _ kl&b.n. full bath around 140 ACRE '. mile ... front ir MU S.1173 I companion Hied paneledamllr ..
.ci, ..ork8t50,080,0.. .r rooa There are 3 .
; '. Plih PIlL Aria ManaiVA .
Inexpensive 'US per month 'CaU R. w. fW O BEDROOMS. eomplotolrarnlahod lendIng to Lake .lk. 'roorl .
ft choose horn far reaching Ad. 152.1413. bedroom inception doe.
411 Weit ..I..... Mlty .II. amp oa property. MII. R OWNER SALENo Ar. 'r..rl Manav" leiI Iou ..
QUILLIAPIINTERNATIONAL. asssined Ad. Phone UU Hockard-UO 11133 :. month. Drive .,. then call TWO BEDROOM d...... 171nonth William. III.1331. Down Payment I:.1.: bathe EL-114II..r. and carport.

I R C. UU. Dick Realty, loll I. Ono bedroom dupl.i IMnonth OIL ACRLAI0m0 DrI. vlSi.uflo00sd 120,0.

6-11J1 today to start your 129 Firnlihil Aportmenti aat Mala phone MU a- l33BREB Mouthildi. Leahy Realor ho..... Well. Beptl* I orncr lot WItS larn aaka. 3sodroom

: ROOMS cauplo or with . '1-I. 83-7M4 *nk. W. I WUUama Realtor I tra. homo with wood $50 PER A S. MORROW

TRACTOR : ad rURMISHEO: OB anfaralihod. artaw I obr atuttwo ...llona.nd \. Pear .... LA"&LAID' NEWEST larieel '-1331. loon to Centra A.. MONT Roaltoro -
iiaoo at 111 month. Call I aad S bedroom
I IaM More MO 0.3630.. bedroom apartnenta llool. I. TIm..
ban entrance .31 00 to tn. I ..... IM-7111 er HI Dial mosS be aold I I 10 P. 1.11
adult Central beat .1
2115 Daoo City Hww.Phana 00 monthly. Kaacc '1IIn- ... HOME SITE
i .
ICKLY PURNIliHED .11. .nd alr-ooadlUonlni Built laeetrlo 1560.RELIEVE.. DO ... na eloeini coit ao 1- - -
,..... MTJ I-444S .1"1.
,d..lon II', 121 Bail Palmetto Colored Area ,. .. dow parmentind
MU %.41 n ran**. Cl... to eo leo. Sot .
CLA88IPHO DISPLAY PPEH TWO aedroona Urlni'oaai I irect&. MU B3I1SAKEFRONT .110 per month Pbono ISIS Biovc la Por Information USE LEDGER

"...... baib. cedar *letcear ;iwo ROOM bo..... 130' &ul .n-oa1. 5.50 tnl. ."- .1"1, .hon* Moods throuib Prldey S
: TWO bedroom
-- tune, .bua. Adult 113-4747 tfODKRN .pi.: .010.tO t.I-Ir.-
lAm.. IU..&. Soar iloree and MhooL 171aonth .. CUSlfD ADS
1110O. 2-6118
'HOTEL APARTMENTS. aa* and HOUBCU CTIldrecceiptrd . awmr till IoI6Te050uo0. MU ,
p. room Unena, utllltlee fur. Call allot Sam. week .. R. M. MARLER & SON .
iieaed.. OKI .0ItI. 400 PWrampa CtAIIIFIf CLAtll'llO DISPLAY
at qt'e are. IM33JOURNISHED Ownir D""L.A'
Bttbwey1UPLEX TWO Mdroom bo.... IdOl_ S. Mala Bt MUM.I ILUXUIIOUS

: CLEAM attractive Uiree .a M niala Drive oil Combos" $141 Load Hal- : I
Mm*. 55119. la* ....11I11'. Water .load. Call MO I->442HRIB IIBI" Bcrb1.shobo Alp- ,
CORVAIR tlro protection. ",. ....I.D collection In..ol '
. MU
iralahed Celt IU-I3M Availml ROOM furnalud retuar.1 1.3J.

.* InunedaulrrHREB need yard. Carport 13> Oar LOTS: Let 10.11. ,

ROOMS .1.... *."$. tea Son Street MTJ "11181. BUIIN riI.
SALE 341 WBBIR clre two bedroom I,50l O MOB. I2MO and .". t
till lotatloa Elwtrl kltchea all YOUR r FAMILY'SSECURIJY I TIlE
lUUtleo lumlehod Adult only arport 171 Adulta no peuJ04 .... W. O. Hale MU "211.
20 TO CHOOSE FROM arklnl 111-1M/>J. JUBile. taIlor. 160.
"LASSbPt1DDlSPLAV too'. 145 BHilneti ""yMEMORIA WAn.lONT A'n

r H R II BOOMS. bath two I A I 5.dsvsm.. t. 05th. a.ICLUIII 5.5$.

....h.. an electric kitchen |Mtonthly

As Little 695 H 2330 Lanlef Btreel Bear BLVD. PRESSURE ,LTaISCOM'UTI
,...11. Warehouee laoulre 9334EW 'tTI'
A ...w In Im* sIn osgisi 30* Irontaf. 10 deep CBulldlM C000.5.MlS4.IUM
AND _..". lurnlahod tile . CO1790lihway
pkltup track t. fit Iveryain't ath. olootrio 5180$... Sunnier I 5.54 551 T'POIOp To ..*M'

**. Orrv. arfrit. ...... Adllll4l. ao pet* S430 13 SaiL builaM lot 'IOU t"$ AND $40 Pit $00.
rasobowood.CLAt15tIO. IU' Iroola,. MS tnBEERMAN of
.0Sii h. ,*"'"". a tight budget through 5570005.0545.504
assured In home of 11.
OIBPkAV I a Co, HI.h.r 3' south 130' / .. '
$168800LAKELAND frootaso.' 111' d_. .611.000. Classified ads To tell ..- .
For outstanding
own PAleSt 00.
CHEVROLET CO. SILL TOUR CAft your Hlhwar n Sculls. 3.3' 11011005. I t W.
I things through | .08 04m550 554.11*
TO US. home buys see to sot' d... Prl 030.050. you're .I. .S54a.OS.s5.. .Ul -

310 Ne. Funds Ave.liktlond FRAME WI rAT TOP PRICES FORANY : with dial MU to .
day's 'Homes For Sale" Call Ito,.?. ... .15 .
Merrt .IA.
& AXLE SERVICE CHAN USED CAR). 1-0300 0.55 Sal
I place an ad
ct listings
: W Memeelel Blvd --
w...." Av*. MOTORS INC. REALTY, --
43-lira Aoorb.e Sops'S W050lOessI Cs.dcmom.m *pOcms.5DrnoI00a.

See PHeoe lOw,I fee You 1500 W. Meinarl.1 Blv. LL I ..! ?! 0845, 5. Moan isO A.uo0.Sol,

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