Title: Lakeland Ledger
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00079940/00112
 Material Information
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 8, 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: VID00112
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 2733776
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No State Permits Obtained -

r Y r rrt SRD Pulls Down Campaign Signs In Polk ,

By TOM HUGHES The signs removed weren't "This is what the law states: without written consent of the l
Ledger Staff Writer just those on public property Inside municipalities state property owner,"
Jack be nimble, Jack be Those on private property laws provide only that post "Banners may not be erected
quick, Jack pick up the campaign even where owners of the ers and signs shall not be across any county, state or
sticks.Sorry property had given their con posted or erected within highway federal highway either inside
candidates but that'sthe sent-were also removed. rights of way. or outside of municipalities.
word from the State Road The authority Is Chapter 479 "Outside municipalities no "Violation of outdoor advertising
Department Those beautiful of the Florida laws poster or sign shall be postedor laws la a misdemeanor -
signs advertising[ campaignsand "The law [is very clear on erected: carrying a possiblefine
"Vote for me" splashed what It states about erecting "Until the required Individual of"$300 per violation per

across them, are ending up in outdoor. advertisements," signs' permit fee Is paid. month.
a junk pile In Bartow Hackney said"Candidates. "Without having attached So there it la, just as plain
A State Road Departmentcrew have had a thereto a permit tag as the nose on the candidates'Imllin&

from Hillsborough Coun- chance to read up on the literature "Upon a highway right of faces.
ty, headed by T L. Hackney, governing the displayof way or within IS feet of the Only their faces weren'tsmiling
Inspector with the SRD maintenance outdoor advertisements. boundary of such right of when they heard their
+ t and disposal divisionfor "We sent out a flier on the way signs, some of them expen-
District I, roamed Polk's subject and [it was made available "By nailing or affixing[ to sive, have come down.
highways yesterday, ripping to all candidates! about any tree'Upon. As a matter of fact some
down the signs two weeks ago private property (Turn to Page 2, Column 4)


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Next Stop: The Dump

I First Gemini
This truck Uod .. polttKol .1.... pulled up ky St.,. Rood Doportmont ontployti, who w... Spaceshot
doing th.l' lobs undo tfco Uw. I It on It* way to the dump. Until st. pormiti ... oktomod for
the .1...., dtportmont ornployoi will continue to cull tkom from tko ground

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CHICAGO (AP-The nation -An unmanned Project Gemini

railroads said today they will capsule rocketed into orbit 'today
hy" scoring a resounding success -
N f put into effect Friday new work
for the United States on
rules and labor leaders (
aA f pre the opening shot of Its second ,

ec+ dicted a nationwide' tieup of man-in.space. program t\

: rail transportation The flight marked a major

( J;E. Wolfe,:chairman of ,the rpiiestone'tn! the program; -and .
r national railway 'labor confer bolstered hopes. that the tint
of two Gemini astronauts
ence, said (in Washington
will ride side by side Into orbit
' ; the rules changes, center of a Jail this year

five-year controversy, were being A second, more sophisticated -
enforced In response to a unmanned shot scheduled in
strike begun early today by the summer will be a determining [ -
Campaign Sign Coming Down four opeatmg unions against the s factor in reaching that goal.
I, Illinois Central Railroad. The nation's 29 astronauts and
A St.. Rood Doportmont employs li .h... her picking up political sign ...ct... ky Informed of the announce many key space officials observed
I' Sheriff Monroe frennen .* U. S. Highway 17 .sth! of Borrow, It was .itlointd ky deportment ment, A F Zimmerman J today's critical[ firing[
oOlclol tkot the sign 11.) was ... the state reed knot (2) needed IS-'.. tetfcock end U.) spokesman for the unions, said, Titan II VehicleA

didn't ke.e itete permit-.!! violation ., the Florid laws Regulating Outdoor Adrortiiing, This would amount to a national r( a powerful Titan II rocket,
j Ch.p s, 479. (ledger Pharos ky Hughet) lockout and we have only t y which until today, was fired
one defense to cease sorting only In military weapons tests,
( provided the thrust to hurl the

Board VoteExpected Tl.v 1'HJIW 'Employes Won't Work' two.seal spacecraft Into orbit.
Astronauts Survey Gemini Capsule It blasted away from its
"The employes won't work launching pad, after a perfect
On RACE FOR GOVERNOR under these rules." countdown, at 11 a.m. EST on
Aitronout Nail Armitrong, right, Inipecti project Gemini cepiulo whiU ortronout Leroy Corn
Zimmerman ia assistantgrand Cooper, ot ror with bard not, tails with engineer; !. Tko unmonnod .p.cecreft was ickodulod the 430,000-pounds of thrust generated
Site chief engineer (vice pres.ident e.e fired Into orbit ky Titus 2 rocket tool.,. -A' Wirtphoto) by Its first-stage engine,
College ) of the Brotherhood of 1.0. IMacArthur's and pitched over gradually on
Karl Blasts 2 Opponents; comotive Engineers He said he a southeast heading.

BARTOW School Board was speaking for his union and Plane Stays In Swamp Its hypergolic fuels emitted I

Chairman Austin T Race Jr. Mathews In Polk the three other labor organiza- rose-colored glow of hot gases,
Stumps tions of on-train personnel: The instead of the tall of bright
yesterday lashed out at a Hma.jorlty" 145 DeathIn
Order of Railway Conductors TakenTo name characteristic of most
of the board membersfor By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS phospate if he is elected governor and Brakemen the Brotherhoodof Body rockets

what he called a "delay. Rep. Fred Karl of Volusia Locomotive Firemen and En After V/i minutes of night,

lug action" in connection with County blasted his opposing candidates Tuesday Burns took a nameswillneverhurt ginemen, and the Switchmen's CapitolNEW Jetliner MishapNEW the second stage flashed to life,
attitude in Union of North America[ about
a survey team's recommendation for Haydon me and propelled the speed to
of the Winter Haven golf his campaign, saying verbal at-I If the Illinois Central Rail YORK (AP-A simpleGI 17,400 miles an hour
Burns and Fred Dickinson,
course as a permanent location say tacks by his opponents will not road obtains an Injunction halting coffin bearing the body of YORK (AP-A jet air. the end of a runway and plowedinto Six minutes after launching,
for Polk Junior College. Ing both of them "talk loudly tear down his record of 15 the surprise strike that liner carrying 136 passengersand a marshy field I project operations director Walter
Race, who said he Is "tiredof about free enterprise, but proveIt years as mayor of Jacksonville. tied up that 14.state railroad General of the Army Douglas a crew of nine bounced into Williams announced "we
this foolishness" indicatedhe Is just talk when the kpecial "My record In Jacksonvillewill today. Zimmerman said, the un MacArthur travels today to a swamp and cracked open There vas no fire. Foam was have an orbit. It's a beautl"!

believes Board Members Interests seek special consideration not suffer," Burns said ions will comply with it. Washington for funeral honors while trying to land at John F. spread to reduce that possibil The National Aeronautics and

Wendell Watson and Dora Cox ." "Nor will the city suffer as a I He said he hopes Congressgets due one of the nation i great Kennedy International Airport ity.The Space Administration said the
Phillips of Lakeland and E. C. result of attacks from other governor Into the dispute and "takes 'military Tuesday night I crew helped passengersinto orbit ranged from 100 to 190
(Gene) Head of Bartow will In a statement Issued in west candidates. Their verbal a long hard look at the vesting men. At least 48 persons submitted, two life rafts, but some miles, very close to the 99 to
vote against accepting the Florida today, Karl said if either I blasts won't tear down a single of such power In the handsof I High commanders ordered a to medical treatment, with 15 stepped from the plane directlyinto :183 miles that had been sought
site during today board Burns or Dickinson be elected skyscraper, sink a single bridgeor one irresponsible man, Mr grand mournful procession to taken to hospitals. Three of the about two feet of mud and : Engineers began immediate
meeting. milk price In Florida will shoot cause a single payroll to Wolfe." New York Pennsylvania Station latter group were released withno water evaluation of data, to determine
The board was scheduled to up to provide more profit to die leave" I Meanwhile President Johnson where extra funeral cars findings announced. Injuries: A Pan American official declined whether any changes will be required -
meet at 1:30 o'clock this after. tributors at the expense of the Meanwhile, Fred O Dickinsonof directed Secretary of Labor W were attached to the regular ranged from cuts and bruisesto : to speculate whether the as a result of pressures
noon, and Ralph Durrance of housewife, West Palm Beach hit backat Willard Wirtz to set up a labor 9:30: a.m. train to Washington. dislocated and broken bones. plane had overshot its landingor exerted on the spacecraft and
1 Fort Meade has said he will "Retail price fixing is wrong. criticism. He said some can- management conference tonight Body To LI. In Stale One male passenger was treat couldn't stop after landing rocket during the powered
move that the board accept he said. "It it is not stopped I ed for a heart attack. because of the wet, slick runway phase of flight
course as the perms the federal government will (Turn to Page 2, Column 5) I (Turn to Page 2, Column 5) The body of MacArthur. who the first of
the golf The Boeing 707, a Pan American The launching was
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helped make history in two
which [in and take control of the ----- -- -----
nent site for the college move World Airways flight from The jet came to rest about two unmanned missions plan-
world and Korea will lien
wars ,
will open in temporary quarters situation. San Juan, P. R., was landingIn 1,OlIO feet from the end of the
the Bartow Air Base Scott Kelly of Lakeland told state today and Thursday in, (Turn to Page 2. Column 3)
at Wallace Gets Big Vote light fog when it bounced of( (Turn to Page 2, Column 6) _
next September. the Lee County Commission that the rotunda of the Capitol in
Race said he thinks the three he regarded U.S. 41 as the main Washington. Then It will be
members who have strongly west coast traffic artery and In Wisconsin But Loses flown to Norfolk, Va. for final
opposed the report that reTurn that until [it Is four laned the services and burial Saturday
lower west coast won't have its Cadets from West Point,
2, Column 4)JNSIDlfODAY ) MILWAUKEE, Wis. (AP- constituted a grass roots refer
( ho Page fair share of roads where MacArthur's 98.14 scholastic
Alabama Gov. George C, Wal- endum that "will send a good
He said he would let contracts average never has been
I I [Immediately to complete the lace, who said he would "shakethe message both to the Congress equalled will march with their

I four-laning of U.S. 41 from Tampa eye teeth" of both parties' and to the two national parties" famous precision from New

to Naples and would continuethe leaden if he attracted more was immediately challenged by York's 7th Regiment Armory to
four-laning on to Miami as the railroad depot.
than 25,000 Wisconsin votes In the other principals
soon as traffic would warrant it The Army announced that
his campaign against the civil "It Just to show what
Kelly also discussed his planto goes Carlos P. Romulo, longtime aide
Page revamp the road department rights[ bill, won 10 times that we've known all along." Reyn- and friend of MacArthur and

appointing a highway commissioner many in Tuesday's presidential olds said. "There are prejudiced now president of the Universityof

Amusements ........ 28 and reducing the road primary. people In the North as well as the Philippines, would repre-

Business News ...... 9 board to a policy-making group But Wisconsin Gov John W in the South." sent his country In the procession

Bridge .............,........ 8 only. Reynolds, who headed a favor Rep John W Byrnes of Green here and on the train.
John Mathews Jr of Jackson President Johnson will meet
Puzzle .. 29 Bay, the Republican favoriteson
Crossword .
ville, meanwhile, campaigned ite son delegation as the per- whose candidacy kept the the funeral train In Washington.
............... 28-29
Comics in Kelly's hometown of Lake- sonal choice of President John- GOP primary free of serious Government workers In Washington .
Classified ............ 30-31 land, telling voters there that son, won all of the state's 46 contenders for the presidential [ were given time off to

Deaths .......,........... .. 2 Kelly "is not the answer to the Democratic National Conven- nomination said "I don't think watch the procession to the
Dear Abby........,.... 29 voters' prayers." tion votes. In the process, Reynolds -this election proves anything at Capitol. ,

Editorials ................ <4< He said Kelly. Burns and topped the late President all about the civil rights bill." A caisson was ready to bear
Dickinson "are guilty of sheer John F. Kennedy's record for the body and Blackjack 16-year-
.... 28 In final unofficial returns, Jet Overshoots New York
Horoscope ....-.... demagoguery when they promIse the most votes ever won by a with 3,489 of the states 3,552 old horse who has spent muchof Runway
Television ............ 29! to repeal $70 million In taxes Democrat In the primary teat his life on Army ceremonial
precincts reporting the vote ... of !Ih ....,, Pen Amorlton World Airways
would I It* not list ot o 15.01.. onglo from tko wit -
...... 26-27 without saying how they The Southern segregation- was: duty, was saddled up. His role:
Sports that 707 Jet "nor (lies In a muddy monk .t N.w York's. Ktnnody Airport .last nigkt sitar rt .....
3 make up revenue. ista triumphant assertion that to be led by a serviceman on
Weather ;\Iap. Mathews also told phosphate winning nearly one-fourth of the Reynolds D 508,597 font the saddle empty and the hot ,....., while kind. ,ng. Tnoro were ... ....i.... Injunet assess rite 1 li peuengere cad trow
Women ... .. 10 Interests to their face that he total vote cast In the traditionlly Wallace D 281,148 stirrups reversed to signify the .. sire 01 It plowed. Into monk 1,000 feet from ond. of "' ..., sitar orriving from Son J...a,

would put a leverage tr. progressive Badger state Byrnes R 294,724 death of a hero P..rt. RKO. (AP WI.h.,.)

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8 Steel IndictedOn I i2 LAKELAND LEDGER., (Karl Claims Education \
Companies 1--Wednesday. April.8, 184 -

(Nearly State Cure-All
SRD PullsCampaign ,
will not change my
Charges Price-Fixing By I
Ledger Staff Writer way so you can later say, "I
Gubernatorial candidate Fred have voted for him If
_h _ _._ _ ._ .. _
u NEW YORK (AP) Eight Karl of Daytona Beach, speaking I had known he was going to

steel companies-including. Signs Down to a group of Lakelanders last do that "
at Florida Southern College
Steel, the Industry's largest i said that "education Is When asked his views on
I night
of them Heemed upset, at | Karl explained
i I have been indicted by a federal' the closest thing to a panaceafor school integration
watching members of the department he believed in the Pupil
SHOP WEDNESDAY, (grand Jury on antitrust thurRPS the ills of the state '
fences Into In
THURSDAY 'TIL 5:30: P.M., LAKELAND They are accused of conspiring jump Karl noted that he has often Assignment but Law he as a also means addedhe
u been referred to as "Teacher'sPet the issue
to fix in the $3 6 bil take anyone's
prices and :Mr. Education would not up
linn carbon sheet steel business:r r. but said he was proud to have crusade, saying that wasn't the

: Two steel company executives i those names. purpose of government.Karl .

THE SEATlES' also were named In the Indict. private property and take the .,. He told the crowd that when felt if he were governorhe
would )be able to
down. he first ran for the state legis-
Iment, made public Tuesday signs attitude that
''i lature In 1956 he was the only a far.reaching
SECONELALBVlVI Section 472 02 states that
The Indictment traces to the local and area
sl! had would enable
"It shall be the function and one who thought he a
,.., .
- -' -..-. S- YOU (clash between major steel com to wisely handle their
chance. groups
of the chairmanto
S duty state Y'Y '
[panics and the late President administer and er forte "But the teachers were behind own integration situations

.TaII OVER ,John P. Kennedy In April 1962 provisions in this chapter me and the "teachers "social, economic, or emotional

OVU When the companies s posted an (479). He may, in the per helped me get elected. eruption"Karl outlined some of the
f1 (),;.t formance of his duties here. On the subject of education
; acroNK-the-board Increase of Iii under assign to division engineers Karl said his goal would be to areas he had taken a positive

,a ton, Kennedy angrily de- and other employee provide every person in the stand on as a state representative -
'nounced the move as Inflationary in his department such duties state with an opportunity for These included reapportionment -
..N T and the companies s rescinded as he .nay prescribe quality education commensuratewith constl' tional revision of
the Increase. their ability. "And If you and the amendment
479.03 the
Section climb
Inquiry Started er "The territory under elect me lathe office!of. gov- the....judicial code __

i the jurisdiction of the state DIES IN RACIAL STRIFI-Tk. bWy .f the Rev. l,uc. W,
After the clash the Justice
,.:_..._. :Department-headed then and chairman for (the purpose of ktu"".,, 26, .*4 the .... -m.vine machine rii.| killed! him .r.
\ Iw: new by the lute president's, this chapter shall include all tk.wn her minutes .'ta the incident .It.rd.y. Tk. ',..lIy. I i i
brother, Atty. Gen. Robert F. the state outside the corporate titian minister threw himwK, Uc down, In the duck Wltliid>. I

Kennedy-started a grand jury limits of any city or troctvr, tot the 4riv.r did not $.. him vlicii kt licked. the bif I broth-
{ i town. The state chairmanand FRED G. PROTHEROEFred Poole or Wray Ga.. three
of the steel industry' mckin. tAP WI.phol.1Minister's)
all employes under his George Protheroe, 84, of ers. Frank of Eaton Park
pricing methods. The orig- I died of Douglas and Horace
direction, in the performanceof the Carpenter's Home yesterday George
final grand jury investigation their functions and duties afternoon at the home lof| Osierlield.I .
Maas Brothers
at idied nut But the job was taken under the provisions of this Death I after an illness of several! weeks 1 Funeral services will be held

lover lust October by a new I chapter may ENTER INTO He was a native of Dudley Wor- Friday afternoon at 3:30 o'clockat

The -*IIcntIe5 I grand Jury-the one that report- AND UPON ANY LAND UPON chestshire. England and came the Freewill Baptist Churchof
led the indictment Tuesday. WHICH ADVERTISING here from Cleveland, Ohio two Highland City with burial in
Touches Off
st'coiul zll1)11111 Inland and Kaiser-only major SIGNS I OR ADVERTISE. Riots years ago. Mr Protheroe was a Wildwood Cemetery at Bartow.
steel firms that opposed the MENTS ARE DISPLAYEDand retired carpenter and a memberof Friends may call at the Gentry.
1962 price hike-were not namedIn make such examinationsand I the Methodist Church. Morrison Funeral Home tomorrow
Feoturing: the indictment.The grand surveys aa may be rele- I CLEVELAND Ohio (AP) -[than 3,000 to disperse. I Survivors include a daughter, night from 7 until 9 o'clock.
jury, however, had subpoenaedtheir vent." Cleveland faced its second racial I Time and again during the Mrs W C. Wurch Cleveland.
e She Loves You and records. crisis in less than three afternoon and early evening, Funeral services and burial MRS. MARY RIA BRAGOZMrs.
I' Fine say the candidates, months today in the wake of a mounted police charged Into Ria of the
e Roll Over Beethoven Conviction could bring the but that doesn't give him the will be in Cleveland. Mary Bragoz
civil rights demonstration that groups that gathered to hurl in of Trailer Park died '
defendant firms fines Memorial Home is charge Hilltop ye'loIterday !
eight up right to take down the ;
e Long Toll Solly lefta Presbyterian minister taunts and .
$50,000 each. The two indicted missiles, sending(local arrangements. at Lakeland General Hospital
to That section doesn't, but
dead and touched off all-
executives, if convicted, this one does an demonstrators scurrying behind !. She was a native of Italy
night wave of rioting and violence buildings along Lakeview Road. and had lived In Lakeland for
I could be sentenced to jail for MRS HELEN E. HCRNLMDEZ
III.. 2.7G
Purpose Clear A grim Mayor Ralph S. Locher C2 the 14 She was a
one year and fined J50.000 each. I I Mrs. Helen E. Hernendez, past years.
Section 47917 "Any advertisement Civil rights leaders whose who attends the Church of of Route 2, died yesterday at member of the Catholic Church.
advertising signsor demonstration Tuesday halted I the Covenant where the Rev. I Lakeland General Hospital. She Survivors include her hus
A brand new collection of hits never First Gemini advertising structure construction at an East Side'Mr. Klunder was assistant minister was a native of Illinois and band. Anthony Bragoz; two ,

before in on album by the Beatles which is constructed, erected, school site, scheduled a noon said the city would use came here 14 years ago from sons, Alfred of Birmingham
operated, used, maintained demonstration at the Board of injunctions and fences to block I Chicago. Ala., und Tom of Albany, Ga.;

. only the Beatles . this a gen. SpaceshotSuccessful posted, or displayed in violation Education's downtown office(further demonstrations at school I She is survived by her husband and a daughter. Miss Helen
building. sites In the Glenville area Bragoz of New York City.
uine Beatles album. Each tune hereis of this chapter (479) on Phillip Hernendez; one
I II Is hereby declared to be a The Rev Bruce W. Klunder,|the east side sister, Mrs Margaret Heck, Funeral arrangements will be
played and sung by The Beatles! public and PRIVATE nuisance I 27-year-old white minister, was Civil rights leaders, on the Lakeland three nieces and one announced later by the Gentry.
and SHALL BE crushed to death under a bull other hand' called for greater nephew. Morrison Funeral Home.

I ned to perfect the rocket and FORTHWITH REMOVED. dozer during the demonstration militancy in speeches at a rally Services will be held Fridayat
spacecraft for a three-orbit OBLITERATED. OR ABATED at the school site in a predominantly at Cory Methodist church Tues the Gentry-Morrison Chapel RITES FOR MRS, FULGHUM

flight by two astronauts late by the state chairman or Negro neighborhood day night. Ruth Turner, execu with burial In the Oak Hill Bur Funeral services for Mrs.

his representatives, and for Fiften other persons, 10 of live secretary of the Cleveland ial Park Friends may call from Katie Mae Fulghum of Eaton

that purpose THEY MAY them policemen, were injured. chapter of the Congress of Racial 7 until 9 o'clock tomorrow night.' Park, who died Sunday, were
ENTER UPON PRIVATE Car and stnre windows were Equality told the rally held yesterday at the Eaton

ii4 PROPERTY WITHOUT IN- smashed. Police arrested 26 plans would be made for a RUSSELL U. MORRELL Park Baptist Church. The Rev.
I this year They will ride together -' CURRING ANY LIABILITY persons, Including' four juveniles school boycott. AUBURNDALE Russell U. Otis T. Hooks pastor, officiated.

( in a capsule duplicating, Inl) THEREfOR. accused of throwing A few hours before he threw Morrell. .4. a resident of 122 Burial was in Oak Hill Burial

weight and exterior features,, That's pretty clear Isn't It? rocks himself Into the mud behind tie. Sevilla Street died last night at Park.

I the une tried out today. Yes, It is. Police and civil rights leaders bulldozer, the Rev. Mr. Klunder his home after a long illness. Pallbearers were Wesley Dixon -
Gemini flights: eventually will appealed without success to the I had told another minister hewas Mr. Morrell was a farmer and Bob Lee. Kenneth Water
I extend to two weeks and prac- In Bartow, at the State I crowd, which swelled to more prepared to risk his life fore trucker and a member of the field Wesley Parrish Pete
Itice linking wltb other satellites Road Department, for the .- civil rights. wheeler, and Pete Trupaino.
MAIL YOUR ORDER TO JANE LEE OR (Uoi practice techniques for later past few days, there have: .He was of abCtt' 150 demonstrators Baptist Church widow Mrs. Music was furnished by Mrs.
Survivors ,
PHONE LAKELAND,! MU 6-1161 Apollo man.to-the.moon Jour- been pink slips r'" paper RailroadStrike and spectators on the Nlla Vtrna are Jflorrell hu of Auburn- Diane Fields; pianist and a 1

|neyi. they are called 1964" Sign scene when the Lakeview dem- dale; two daughters, Mrs. Le- quartet composed of Aldine
i, _' i ii Permit Application lonstration begs Police were Lawrence of Auburndale Combee Orris Combee, Llnton
The I rest horned owl Is one On the permits are rates 'posted along Lakeview Road to and roy Mrs Ernest Granham of Selph and Orine Schaeler .
ior the largest of owls with a for the signs and a place for :keep demonstrators out of the Russell
',length of about 23 Inches.M1 ._ ._ _: So applicants far to sign their names (construction site, but four per. Tampa Morrell; Jr, of Lakeland sons Ear- RITES FOR MRS. BEALL
Hackney explained isons threw themselves under of Cocoa and Herbert Funeral services for Mrs.
candidate has made
no plication for license ap- Loomsin the wheels of a cement truck Morrell of Sturgis S. D ; three Maude Beall, 78, of 306 W. Palm

a entering the project. Police ;,sisters, Mrs. Robert Ellis, Mrs. Drive who died Sunday, were
Reason For Removal pulled them out and carted Irene Curls, and Mrs. Inez ;'held yesterday at the chapel of

Therefore, all will be them away :Smith all of Camilla, Ga; two the First Methodist Church with
'CGIRIEAlf signs an effort to avert the threat.
( IW%.J 62..AIIIIIIIII"! IE IRSAuniA1.WAY8 : removed for that reason ened strike Get By Police I brothers, O. A. Morrell of Au- the Rev. Caxton Doggett pastor,
OM r alone. Many violate jumdale, and Blonnie Morrell officiating Burial was in Rose-
1'I"8T QUALrrvOPEN signs Wirtz after a midday Unite The minister :
joined a lawn
other laws as well but the House meeting with Johnson, group of Pelham, Ga. and 12 grandchildren Cemetery.
that raced through back yardsto Organ selections were provid.
license law applies to every called conference for 8 .
a p mWolfe's around lines
get police and I ed by Mrs D W Henstrect.
one and thus far all 75 can statement said Funeral services will be held
TOMORROWNIGHT didates have not gotten the "The operating unions' as- inter near the rear of the I tomorrow at 3 p.m. at the Kersey Pallbearers were George Phil.
"project lips Dr Sam Clark, John Sar-
required license. Funeral Home Chapel with
sault the launched
on public.
The bulldozer John !
driver i geant, Dwight Goleman, Preston
So, Hackney will continueto without In the dark of the Rev W. W. Watson, pastor
do his job and the junk ,,warning. --,,". ,,',' White 31, of Mentor, told police 4 of the First Missionary Baptist Cook. and N. A. Morse Jr.
""0l / he three "throw Dukes
saw people Steen Funeral Home
pile at the State Road De I: Church of Auburndale, of- was
: mt1jt.t :O themselves down front of of
in me. in charge arrangements
partment's maintenance shop I'iciating Burial will be in Au
'ilL 9P.M.AND will continue to grow until -- There were two girls and a I burndale Memorial Park. !
candidates !man. I RITES FOR MR. JOHNSON
get their licenses night against the Illinois Central
"I 1 shovel becauseI Funeral services for Walter
kept my up
and Its customers, Is typical of SAM RUSSELL PITTS
continued didn't want to hit anybody died George Johnson Fort Lauder.
the unions' irresponsibility Sam Russell Pitts, 55.
with it White said. "The shovel who died last
dale Thursday,
In the featherbedding dispute arly today at his home on Route
EVERY THURS. FRI. AND MON. Board VoteExpected was hanging over those people of were held yesterday at theGt'ntry.Morrlson
; Ai neither the public nor 2 He was a native Dodge
so I backed up. 1 didn'tknow ; and here Chapel with the
the industry can tolerate this County, Georgia, came
another man was lying be- II from Ga. Rev. Don Raley, pastor of the
On guerrilla warfare, the railroad yean ago Douglas,
plan to post their revised rules, hind me. I tie was a truck driver for Polk Grove Park Christian Church officiating
as affirmed by the U.S. Supreme "1 backed up all the way I County Commissioner District 5; Burial was In Oak Hill

College Sitejected Court at 12:01: am Fri over him and that was the first and he was a charter member Burial Park.Dukes.

OVER 1000 FREE PARIING SPACES day, April 10," 11 knew I had run over anybody I and a deacon of the Freewill
five. ." The tread of the bull
other sites, have The dispute centers around I Baptist Church of Highland City.
I attempted to "force a choice what the railroads call "feath-''dozer passed over the minis. Survivors include his widow, Steen

of second best He also ac- [erbedding" work rules that tcr's shoulders. Mrs. Bessie Pitts, a son, James
DOWNTOWN 6 P.M. to 9 P.M. cused the trio of attemptingto (rail officials contend cost them I Police cleared White of responsibility 'D. Pitts of Lakeland; his mother

'compromise' Durranceand ,$6110 million annually in the death. Mrs. John D. Pitts of Osier- Funeral Home

himself A similar strike was threat- field Ga.:. a sister, Mrs. Thomas
Saying 'this thing is getting |lened last summer, but Congress .
out of hand Race said he JetlinerCracks
310 S. Florida
passed the first compulsory : )
law in the
arbitration "
nation's history and created a Up ,HOME ,
i " Phone MU 2-3123
special arbitration panel directed "Illjf." fell* !*v..

comfortable! to solve two central Issues In ". U; .:i",
so In the dispute whether, Landing :. ,. "..' ambulanc MIVIMThe
feels it Is "it's .
broughtout , i[
firemen' are needed on freight 'f'"" oil, oI1

; yet so smart! He In also the open.charged: "I think and yard engines and the runway and about 100 feet from ,
of train crews. Rockaway Boulevard In Queens.
they want to drag this thing
k The panel said the railroads A wire fence that surrounds the,I
out for another 60 or 90 days,

Jamaica Shorts past next month's elections. could 50 per eliminate cent of firemen gradually on diesel up to : Of |

have Race and opposition Mrs. Phillips in the both primaries engines in freight and yard -i Family E. J. Mader

,, Durrance Is unopposedin service, and set up proceduresfor \ wishes to thank its
local binding arbitration on many
with self belt his bid for re-election
/ the question of makeup of train airport was cut by police at that ,
; Refusal Not Rejection crews point to allow passengers to'' friends and associatesfor
a 4e
; K 4 Race theorized that a refusal The unions appealed this reach dry ground

.. to accept the recommendation !award to the courts, but the The plane at first had been their condolences.The .
would not be rejecting it, railroads were upheld last'reported missing and aU operations
technically However, he add March 4 unanimously by the at the airport were suspended '

w lr ed "1 don't think we can geta Supreme Court.Karl while emergency vehicles ' E. J. Mader Corporationwill

y only . $199 motion to reject It searched the huge airport.
"They don't want to be accused Most passengers got out of'' continue to offer the
of rejecting" the survey Blasts the plane via escape hatches. '

team's recommendation the The fuselage snapped about
: : chairman stated. Two Foesdidates 75 feet from the nose end with': same superior service that

; _._ Race reveal board members the disjointed end bent st a 15-'
jjz An ideal sportswear fabric . cotton talked by phone with Dr. have the idea that to be-(degree angle. I was established by

James Wattenbarger, head of come governor "all one has to The plane was piloted by:
plus 50% cotton, 50"o the State Department of Edu do Is criticize and attack Capt. Herbert H. Dunker, 47, a1 Gene Mader.

Zontrel polynosiC This fabric cation's Division of Junior 'Critics' never build anything native of Milwaukee who lives
rayon. Colleges, during a closed session
In Coral Fla.
. .
has a rich "dress up" look in Winter Haven Mon '; (.... '.*-t.-.; .. I Mrs. E. J. MaderE.
day afternoon. : POULTRY & EGGSTAMPA
oft luster. .luxurious texture , According to Race Watten ,. \
d[ barger a member of the eight. _Ci mrt, ..!.. to
\ CrISpness and carefree air becauseit man survey team advised the ," he said "How can those du.n.ride rylaler.. .u.ot .I4IM and ark's "'I

it a wash and wear that's sanfor board that If "W spend money who perpetually find fault con-, .. A V Not...ht OrwniKM Iw J. MADER Inc.
I for engineering data it will Ivinc. anyone that they can builda I'a",Le" .45'-45 401.-4J', IM.ino. ..1 45Mr.i ,

? .. ized Choose from white block, be for the board's benefit and better Florida' W'" 31 at It JO :33'Mi:', OH HIM.tlui ,,. t.l.r '
not the survey tram's" Miami Mayor Robert King : Hi nreplloul snalltr 3 4 k., 947 So. Florida Ave.
rose blue navy, in Sizes 10.20 Race also quoted Watten- ':High said In Tampa that his I i5Iy'wh.lt her I in*.!-ami. rkrs lor.IUU*nUO "Multrr TM 1 5.,j

barger as saying "It would be campaign had reached Its peak .II.!Uriiu I\H,.;,,"lira':..t ,:,,,' 0:; Ph. MU 6.2173
better to the and he '''.' t-t'', It. OOO 'W. 011 ,"n,
spend money on that was assured of 'IUd. t II,. oa .,h.... n" .' .
library books' Ibring 4\\n the second primary j':wr.i, I ,U.,n.r., '" '" 10 d. n. .

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I Measure Would Put Du Pont Estate Under Bank Holding Company Act I I

WASHINGTON (AP-Chair- said there was "some little con "During' the 12 1951 Pont Income $ continue in ., for charitable or educational !
years totaling Indefinitely precisely substantially change the statue the du Pont estate Patman { I
J/tn.n Wright Patman, D-Tex., of fusion" about the estate'i status I through 1962" Patman said, 947.84..1' the same hands purposes", and I)'of any organization other than)|I laid, I J"
House Banking Committee at the time the act was passed "the estate paid to Mn du I '
19 He added that although earn Also Trustees 3. To instruct federal bank
f has introduced a bill which In 1953 "I believe there was
would apply the bank holding some feeling It was primarilya Bank Missing Ings of the estate will go after The directors of the Nemours ing officials to consider whether Enjoy Your Own Swimming!; Pool
company act to the estate of charitable organization" he Mrs. du Font's death to the Foundation are also trustees of any bank merger it Is asked to
Alfred I. du Pont of Jackson. said It was Nemours Is Inconsistent with the .
exempted from the From BathroomSALT Foundation a tax exempt the estate approve Yea cn own your completely flnithoe1 .1 reedy to (otwimmlnf
ville Fla.Under act. charitable foundation, the act / from Trolc.".. No Down PaymentUP .
LAKE CITY Utah (AP) Patman said his bill has three "To the best of
the act. bank holding $58 my present ,
Million assets will continue remainin
One of the to main provisions: TO 7 YEARS TO PAY
companies are prohibited from main fixtures of knowledge, this bill would not
owning both banks and But the Texas Democrat said Daniel Montoya bathroom Is the du Pont estate 1. To'"bring under the act any
banking enterprise.. Patman non his March 20 report to the house missing huge bank containing "From the standpoint of the,testamentary trust controllingbank II MOVED TO In lakeland Call 693-1644
small business
subcommittee between 8,000 and 10000 bank holding how assets of $100 million
aid the du Pont estate controls company act or
shows "most of the money from pennies. the Is more", 118 W. LEMON ST.
31 banks and such businessesas ever important question Pools I By TROPICANACentral
the St Joe Paper Co. and the'the each du Pont estate has gone Montoya told police Tuesdaya not who gets the money but who! 2. To bring under the act lancer Upshaw, .
year to the late Mr du window in his Salt Lake ,
Florida East Coast City holds the power, Patman said. any organization controllingbank
In Railway I Ponts widow Mrs. Jessie Ball home was broken and the bank "The power here will remain assets of $100 million ormore .n*.r IMCCu.t Parkin fr.m mmM = Florida's Largest Pool BulUir
a house ,_ _
speech Patman du Pont.
: removed. in . uri "venu. "er.
the same hands it will and whose money all goes '"
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Doubtful 'Rights' |

Goulart's Fatal MistakeLike


the United States of Americaa Catholic Church and the officer corpsof ex-president has tome advantages an

century ago, the United States of the armed forces as well as among in political debate-for, l
Brazil is riven by an "irrepressible the rich. a* the years go on and he surveys -

conflict" drawn along regional, economic Caught between the unceasing pulls can always the passing say from scene personal, he

and ideological lines. from right and left, pro-democratic experience: 'I told you so."

Unlike America however, where moderates and the growing middle ROAD Thus, former President

the single issue of slavery overshad- class have been frustrated in effortsto rvE Eisenhower, while attending a

owed all else and was too much for establish both economic and politi- few day ago a forum in Los
Angeles, was reminded of the
the processes of a developing, democ- cal stability. Correctly fearing that late President Kennedy's

racy to solve peacefully, the crisis in Brazilian democracy, imperfect as it charge in the 1960 campaign

Brazil is a complex of factors. is, would cease to be if the Commu- that United States "prestige"was

The industrious Brazilians, livingin nists took over, they are inevitably asked low.how Mr he Eisenhower would appraiseour was

a huge land (fourth largest in the drawn to the rightPRESIDENT f, "prestige" now. The former

world) rich in untapped natural re- a president answered:
sources and still possessing unsettled Joao (Jango) Gou- "I am not going to detail
what has happened in the past
frontiers, have been unable to solve lart's uncompromising pushing of rad- three years but the prestigeof

the basic problems of economic and ical, if overdue, reforms provided the the United States today is

social Justice which would free their powder.His far less than it was in 1960."
The dictionary gives "influence" DAVID LAWRENCE
energies to realize the full potentialsof courting of the Communists, as a synonym for "pres-
their nation. even to the point of facilitating their tige." Mr. Kennedy, in a regarded with so much con

seizing control of the government, sup- campaign speech In Kansas tempt on the oncefriendlyIsland

RACING INFLATION, aggravatedby plied the fuse. City on Oct. 22, 1960, ampli- of Cuba, only 90 miles
fied what Is meant by "Influ- away, that its erratic leader
of leftist sailors and
fiscal irresponsibility on the partof "coddling" ence" He said:
successive governments, has nullified marines who mutined in Rio was the "I define prestige as Influence feels free to denounce us with

the great strides made in expand- spark which set off the rebellion by as an ability to persuade words and" threaten us withmissiles.

ing the economy. This has demora- half of the country's 22 states.It people to accept your point of .
view. That probably cost us But It so happens that
lized farmers and laborers, leaving is doubtful whether constitu- 4 more In the 'SO's than any nearly four years have passed

them ripe for the false promises of tional government will survive the explosion other failure or any other decision since that 1960 campaign, and
communism.At in Brazil. It is all too certain, or any other action." the Castro government still
Speaking a few days later in regards the United States with
the time intense opposi- however, that the nation's fundamental -
same New York City, Mr. Kennedy contempt and there are well-
tion to communism exists within the problems will remain unsolved. declared: authenticated reports that a

military base In Cuba, mannedby
"ONE OF THE GREAT Soviet "technicians "
problems which now affects still potentially menacing to
I Had Too FriendsWhen Voice of the People the United States, affects our the American people. Mr.
They Many
security, affects our leadership Kennedy added in that same
affects our chances of speech
peace, is that the United Statesin
"What has
the Russian Communists are cording to Suslov, appeared on a document happened to our
This Is The Ledger's Opinion Page? recent yean, rather than prestige? It is not enough to( /
through with a fellow, they leave no known as "list number four of giving an image of strengthand blame it all on communist

doubt about that fact. Denunciations wives of enemies of the people. purpose and vitality has propaganda. Nor is it enough '
follow the usual pattern of cliches ex- The list contained names of the This tdifoflel p.g. effort the n wip.,.,', awe opinion on ,"' "." of current Intend I* the given an image of reaching merely to call for more Amer.

cept occasionally when a colorful pro- wives of Stanislav V. Kosslor and Vlas .dlfertal: column. It welcome* tho opinion* of reopen In the Voice ef the People Column. Letter* stud The lean propaganda of or spending

nouncement emanates from the Krem- Y. Chubar, members of Stalin's polit- 1. *,lgn.
lin. That happened over the weekend buro, purged in 1938. exceed 250 werdi, end poetry connot bo 0"". The Lodger reiervoi the right re rolMt| *HIJ .letter MihorUn of the peoples of the

when V. M. Molotov was denounced as "In many cases Molotov tried to be It. Opinion of columunt' end ether contributor eppeer _ .. this peg*. world primarily because we
middle age and beginning to are In danger of losing those
having been "a better Catholic than 'better Catholic than the Pope.: On fade as an inspiration and qualities they have always respected -

the Pope" during the Stalin reign of one document sanctioning long prison A SmokescreenOr passed as presented, will destroy ly threatening internationalpeace hope to the people all around ."
terror. terms for a large group of wives of practically all the freedoms and security, and con- the globe."
tinue to seek unity (of North But Senator J. W. Fulbrlght. YET IN THE LAST few
of the American
What's behind it? Well, the attackon repressed officials, said Suslov, "Molo- Whitewash? people. and South Viet Nam) through chairman of the Senate foreign days, the chairman of the foreign .
Molotov, who was ousted in 1957as tov placed next to one name the letterV. After reading carefully the free elections, supervised by relations committee, said relations committee of

a member of the so-called antiparty MN., standing for (Russian words EDITOR: In reference to Information, In "Unmaskingthe the U.N. to insure that they only a few days ago virtually the Senate, a prominent Democrat -
renewed in the Civil Rights Bill"-The dissenting are conducted fairly. the same thing about the present has called upon his
was published meaning) supreme penalty.
group, the editorial, "A Civil Wrongs
views of members of foreign countrymen to "come to
While we not be aloneIn
speech of Mikhail A. Suslov, national The name of .the woman was not Smokescreen," I believe mostof the House Judiciary-I trust having may committed violations policy. terms, at last, with the realities

party secretary, on the Soviet Chinese identified. your readers will agree you will see your mistake, and this should not keep us Mr. Kennedy made several ." He gives up on the
ideological dispute. The text appearedIn 'from the party's there Is a smokescreen or make an effort to correct from seeking a solution' by negotiation speeches in the campaign on economic blockade of Cuba.
presidium whitewash some of the damage the meaning "prestige." In He says it is futile He insists
Pravda, the party newspaper. ruling in'1957, Molotov serv- (If that terminology your edit .. ml -_
torlal has done.Sincerely Philadelphia on Oct. 2s, I960, that the United Suites
Is .
preferred) It
spread by seems to me we should <
Additional charges against Molotov ed as Soviet envoy in Mongolia until your editorial. cease spending American be saidv: i cannot persuade its allies to
were contained in a section of Suslov's 1960, and then briefly as representativeto mon "By prestige I do not mean maintain such a blockade.
Evidently it written ey and. more Importantly,
speech attacking Chinese Communist the international Atomic Energy without factual evidence to H. RAKES American lives to "beef up"a portant popularity.but. if. Prestige these is im But nobody has come forth /..' .,

leaders for allegedly opposing Premier Agency in Vienna.. Since 1961 Molotov support your statements. It war effort for which the upon whom we depend people for why with the the basic Western reason as to

Khrushchev's deStalinization policy. has been in private life and is believedto would be Interesting to know Wants U. S. South Vietnamese apparently our security, our support, and countries-our own allies-feel European
have little heart.
Recalling past charges against Molotov live in Moscow.It if some special group is being ultimately the peace, ever begin they can Ignore our pleas and
appeased, or if the intentionwas
Lazar M. Kaganovich and Georgi appears that the Kremlin was to mislead and encouragethe To End War JOHN BUDD tired to get, uncertain the idea, not that!lure wear earnestly communications written diplomatic

M. Malenkov for their part in Stalinist content to let Molotov and his pals people to help put overcome where we are going, without assist us in an asking economic themto

purges of high officials, Suslov said: alone until the newspaper Izvestia selfish or biased view EDITOR: For years now School PrayerEDITOR purpose, how"can we lead a boycott of Cuba, from which
"As it turned out, Molotov together printed a report that some people still point. The American peopleare the United State. has wagedan free alliance? Island a constant campaign of
entitled to all the facts
with Stalin sanctions for death favored the ousted leaders. If you're on undeclared war in Viet communist subversion and infiltration
gave without favoritism from the : President Johnsonhas MAYBE SENATOR Ful- is
Nam. Yet on July 21, 1954, at being carried on
sentences of the wives of these offi the outside, it doesn't pay to be liked nation's news media. Geneva, this country Issuedan said he will not take a bright who now calls Castro against the rest of Latin

cials." The names of the wives, ac- by anybody. Not in Russia anyway. For several years our federal official statement that it stand on prayer In our schools.He a "distasteful nuisance" but America. It Is not American
prefers remain not a danger, had not read the
to neutral.
government has been receiving would refrain from the threator "prestige" that has fallen, but
more and more authorIty the use of force to disturbthe However he seems to voice speech by Senator John F. actually the prestige of nations -
opinions on such controversial Kennedy during the 1960 campaign which
to control our daily lives. Geneva agreements, view prefer the materlalistic -
I II The authority given the Federal any renewal of aggression In subjects as civil rights, tax at Portland, Ore., on gains of "trade" to
Pegler Loses Latest ForumWestbrook government in the so- violation of agreements with cut and foreign aid. September"They (the 7. in American which he said pen.pie the tlons ideals have made for which such free na-

I called Civil Rights bill, If grave concern and as serious- N. L. ) wonder why America is sacrifices in the past.supreme

Pegler, the angry ex- writer, then as a social and political

Hearst columnist has lost his writing commentator, and he finally lost his
forum, the John Birch Society maga- nationwide audience when his "hates" Land Distribution

zine. Surely that's reaching the very began to consume most columns and Is World Problem

bottom of the journalistic heap. \
to bore his readers. He attacked
Still Peg, in his own way, merely relentlessly By RALPH McGILL terlng Rome, to take up free countries four-fifths of U. S. FOREIGN aid programs Japan's farms
insisted on remaining the individualist Eleanor Roosevelt, labor Publisher of land and enjoy the delightsof Ahia's population Is peasant are frustrated by Inefficiency operated. During were the owner-

which earned him a master's degree in unions, the New Deal, and other aversions The Atlanta ConstitutionIn husbandry. Tiberius Grac A vast majority is trying to corrupt acts and occupation agrarian AmerIcan
Iran the Shah has been chus (163-133 B.C.) sought to scratch a living out of too the very enormity of the plans were
the practice of invectives. In this instance Now with his withdrawalfrom distributing deeds of land to ease the discontent of Italy'sfarmers little land. The cities are problem New nations wantto broke up the adopted big which
he learned, after a frustrating deadline pressure of the Birch with a program of becoming crowded with persons establish an Industrial with compensation estates,
interval, that Pegler couldn't be Peg- Society journal Peg says he is go- landless and the peasants. In India land reform land for the who. like many residentsin base. Yet, so Insistently landlords, and today to almost the
Philippines an "ag landless.
ler on the staff of the Birch journal, ing to write a book that will cataloghis large city slums of the pressing are the agricultural 95 per cent of all Japanese
rarlan reform" program is The new republic of Amer- United States, are functionally pressures of people and political farms are
"American Opinion. He learned that aversions. To which now may be being Implemented. In Latin ica prospered for many illiterate, possessing no discontent what cap The difference owner-operated is, of
Birch Society Founder Robert Welchwas added one or more "crashing damn Americaand reasons one of them being skulls ital there Is tends to be that In emergent countries-course,
"a crashing damn bore, both in bores" whom Peg became acquaintedwith some African the vast amount of land toward One reason why the Peace spread so thin It accomplisheslittle. and old ones-political
consent -
nations which the growing popu Corps has met with such success must be
and in writing"What in Belmont Mass. obtained or the
person lation could westward Is that its major
the Communists move ener Japan is an example of Inequities allowed
seems strange is that the intelligent are I from the Atlantic. gies are at work on a peopletopeople land reform that has been until a Communist take-continue -

and usually suspicious Pegler making political Mexico's relative stability basis in the successfully applied. Before over, as in Cuba, makes its
I didn't know about Welch and the Cruel & Unusual, hay grew out of her early'revolu-. rural regions of Africa, Asia the Second World War a lit- own "reform" to win and
Birchites beforehand. In Welch's own with pledgesof tion and the beginnings at and Latin America. tie more than 50 per cent of hold political loyalties.
land for least, of a land reform
"Blue Book," the Birch Society is described Fate has dealt Florida's Republicans the exploIt. which still Is far from com-

as "monolithic"; that is to say, the cruelest Indignity of all. Be- ed peasants. plete.

a frank dictatorship by Welch. Those cause of the recent street name change, In much of Russian Communists learn-

who hold opinions in conflict with headquarters of H. B. (Bob) Foster the major world probMcCILL the ed in 1917 that the quickestway Washington MemoBy
to political support was
Welch's simply do not last in the the GOP candidate for governor is lem Is land. The Communists through the promise of landto

Birch Society. now located at 4315 John F. Kennedy since 1917, have acted the peasants. Dr. Milton JACK WILSON

Pegler won fame first as a sports- Boulevard, Tampa. as if they had patented what Now it comes out that we've been cheated out of the best oyster-eating
is the most ancient of issuesland months of the
year because of the old fashioned
ownership and land f ,a.Qtlaen e If' of European oysters.
uses you are as outraged about this as every true oyster lover should be
tjl1J io.ul" you can do your bit by yelling for oysters
LAKELAND LEDGER Homer wrote in the Odyssey when some wise waiter tells they're during May and June, and snarling
that the first to recognize you no good in summer
Odysseus on his return home Eisenhower's study of Latin *

OARONR VAT) COWII. II'. from his long Journeylngs American problems was pessimistic You are authorized to cite Dr. J. L. McIIugh in rebuttal... lie Is the ass
Imperial Polk County lib/"e h.al.nll I JOHN Sr$ lest,I Vise.,.. was his old dog "lying on a chiefly because of Iistant director for biological research in the Bureau of Commercial Fisheries
u4. ? x.IW. rfTte !R. heap of dung with which the the resistance to breaking up of the U.S. Department of the Interior. There isn't
._1 I.t. p'an .0. rowac a waiter in the business
World's Citrus Cent.r"y AawrtiliM Olr..br. CNARLlfNUNT. thralls were wont to manure the large holding. of the who can stand up to a title like that.
ter; Clr.uho.n. A.ntllorl e/CMARD Mn.! 'I "N/AR..' the land." small percentage of owners Dr Mcllugh says oysters are fatter and
.. taste better in
.ILIY, ._..ti. Manse '. who hold 17 cent of all May and June
In Jeremiah "Because per than they do in other months because that Is when
the ground Is chapt for there arable soil. In a few Latin letting ready for the summer spawning they store up glycogen.
was no rain In the earth, the American cities Industrial development ; season. If you've never eaten a spring
The LEDGER'S telephones: All Departments-686-1151 plowmen were ashamed; has reached the oyster well loaded with glycogen man, you're nowhere!

they covered their heads . paternalistic stage with *
SUBSCRIPTION RATES And the wild asses did standin clinics, canteens and so on, You can't get oysters In May and June though, because of the missing
HOME PILIVUYtOner the high places . their but with a wage level so low "r". Nobody is exactly sure why an "r" and an oyster go together, but Dr.
eyes did fail, because there as to nullify the good effect McHugh thinks a good deal of the blame lies with the domestic
.., .... .u.. .. $11.40 O" mth ... ..u $ 1.9S was no grass ," of paternalistic benefits. European oyster. life of the

Six ,Baths ... .. .. .. $11.70 Week . . . . . . $ ..41ThrM A lament by Job: "If my IN BOTH AREAS, agrarianand A European oyster mothers her young inside her shell until they have
months $ J..J One . . land out against shells of their It
par. 1, skit $2< 00 cry me, or Industrial. Communists, own. didn't take our primitive forefathers long to find out
that the furrows likewise that if
you eat a European oyster in the
whether summer tooth full
Castro-Inspired or in you get a of baby
complain . let thistles
oyster The word went out that
parties predating the Cuban oysters were not fit to eat in
Published afternoons and summer
on Saturday and Sunday morning by grow instead of wheat and
dictatorship *
are winning political *
cockle instead of
Lakeland Newspaper Corp., Lakeland, Florida 33802 barley"VIitGIL'S following. T"Ef.TRU IS, however, that the oysters of the New World

"GEORGICS"were American aid programs thi. differently. I don't know exactly how, and it's not the sort of question manage
written to influence the have not been able to reach I care to ask of an oyster, but in any event they're mighty
eating in
released war veterans clut th/ basic problem of Asian June.i May'and

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Castro Is 'Nuisance Blind Girl, IJ

Six Years Old

I Ih Ii Ir But Not A Danger' Is ,
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I II By FULTON LEWIS, JR.WASHINGTONSenator. Latin American Training Program think I've got the Jitters," Peggy

J. is Ernesto Smith whispered to her parents P'RIN'GFESTIV
I I William Fulbright informed the man who many Guevara be-- as they sat In the darkened I Fl, ) AC
his Phoenix Star Theater Tuesday
colleagues a fortnight ago lieve
II converted Castro to Com- It was Just before Guy Tay
tt that Fidel Castro ,
was nuisance
a munism. lor conductor of the Phoenix ,
,: not a danger. But the The Symphony rapped his baton *
of American
; chairman of the States, after a lengthy Investigation the stand and announced to hundreds 1.1rIYAUESif1q4Hs,4:: ; ; ;}
I:, Senate Foreign revealed last of Phoenix school childrenthe I : ,
; .
Relations Com- July: symphony would play a I
n mittee would "Undoubtedly Cuba composition by Miss Peggy
I I have a tough constitutes the now Smith, a 8th grader
time convincing ter for subversive regional cen- Peggy leaned forward straining -
John Mc- International action by toward the first sounds of ..
Cone of that. Communism in "Peaceful Forest.
America. This is true not only "Incredible '
McCone head someone whls
with regard to the spread of pered "Did know .'
I of the Central I the Communist you that child
Ideology, but
puts the entire
Intcllig e nee thing together in
and '
Agency feels I. ,L1 what Is more dan- her little blonde head before it
that subversion gerous, because it constitutesa is transcribed to music?" RCA VICTOR TELEVISION
has replaced LEWIS nearby center for training "Yes," another voice whispered < . .
sugar as Cuba's number one agents of every kind whose "I understand her mother it- the greatest!
it is
to carry on subversion or her teacher that Dr Jean '
export and that free govern in the f
countries of the London over ,
there-they writeit ,
ments throughout the hemisphere hemisphere down for her on paper" \ 19" sportabout portable WITH BASE

are threatened by Cas- "As the Communist regime Peggy smiled as bright as the \ '. :
tro operatives became consolidated In Cuba sun she will never see She is "' (bait 'Included) 189.95

"" Castro now has in operation a number of schools and centers blind. p b
for training in the techniques (:, + The best looking, best viewing, most dependable
10 schools of ,
IyI separate guer- of subversion were or In 1854, a shower of manna budget TV you can own
rilla warfare, staffed by vet ganized. A large number of fell upon Persia during droughtand '
eran Communist agitators.. As Latin Americans attend these famine. + Crisp, clear, detailed pictures, with automatic pIcture *
McCone told Congress a year centers, where they receive A balance
ago: instruction not only in Marx YOUR CHILD MAY HAvaPINWORMS '"- + Built-in "V"
antenna; up-front "Golden Throat"sound
ist-Leninist theory, but also In '
"Castro tells revolution- c - ,1
aries . 'Come to Cuba; propaganda techniques, the a \

Itd Itd i we will pay your way we sabotage use of arms, guerilla and explosives warfare,, 1 OUT OP 3 DOCS sf ',,,; , + Stay-set volume control lets you turn TV on and off
will train you In underground changing volume setting
and so on, in order to apply Fidgeting,noee-plcldng.a tormenting
IIh 1t 1 guerrilla organlzat warfare Ion technique In sabotage in them later on In their respective rectal PlaWorms..uglyparadw.thstm.die.l Itch are often telltale aigna of- + Big 19-Inch tube (overall diagonal) 172 square
countries.Venezuelan expert*ear itjntt I out of emry Inch viewable picture
I. and in terrorism. We will see I peraona examined. Entire tamilinma
\t that you get back to your police uncov ) be victima and not know it.
1 I homeland. ered a cache of Czechoslovakian Tog.tr1dofPin-Worme.lbeymiiat
be killed In the large Intcatlne where :
,I The camps have been setup weapons marked they Uv.and multiply Thateexactly springtime is COLOR time . .
)I "Army of Cuba" in 196J. what Jarm P-W tablet. do...and
by two veterans of the
Within the next Castro here'e how they do ttt i
Spanish Civil War, Communist year FlrwtrMDtid. coating earriM a e come lee Moat complete selection of
} Generals Enrique Lister apparently learned new tricks the tablet Into the bo..... before RCA Victor COLOR TVS '
When three tons of they dMeolra.
arms were naD-.J.yue' mod-
and Alberto Bayo Lister left i
r Spain In the late 1930s and discovered by Venezuelan authorities era. right medically-approved to work-killa' Pin-Warm Ingrodwntgore e o rainbow of ehorply defined true colors , or black end
)1 brought to the Kremlin coffers last fall, the weapons quickly and eaally./ t I i whit* picture . both brilliant and undlitortedProgromi
Don t take with
bore no markings. Treatmentof ehancee danger*
huge supplies of Spanish oue, highly eontarloue Pin-Worm i i arc better . come ... th. big difference color TV
I gold. the arms with acid revealed which Infect entire fanuliee. Get genuine will make In your TV enjoyment
that the tell-tale words Jay",,'. P-W Vermifuge . .
H. served as a Soviet staff -Army of Cuba-h a d been emalL ea>y-to-take ta bl.,..,,epecialtue i You con ... color TV 'In your home, |uit ei you would o color
Officer in World War II, then filed off. *for childrea and adults -,.. I movltj .
came to Cuba (his native _.. '
i U".H Moot Brother hoi
a complete telectlon of RCA Victor color
land) to help win the revolu- TV model . one for every budget
tion. He was Joined by Bayo, LAKELAND .
who had trained Castro's i
forces in Mexico prior to their j AND jp
embarkation for Cuba in December : KATHLEENSCHOOL
1956. !

The first Indoctrination and I '
training center was set up by CHARMS
Bayo at Tarara Beach some
10 miles east of Havana The I OTHERS PRICED FROM $1,00 f f' )f- ... +
schoolhouse was an expro- 1 t4 / Jf '" __, _
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American nations. 'lirerytty Is largtin D y Ar fnnk't IFRANK'S i'f: : ," \ \ ' .. ., ;; :
The ousted President of .I {,; { .. " '" "Y'" 4 If>
Guatemala Jacobo Arbenz a ,. } Jif"+ r, ,.. ,_.. ... .-,.-.. -... _w w. ... .' ...' "' ., \ Mi.
leftist, soon arrived in Cuba, JEWELRYI .J4V" .>'\ : tti t .. .. .- .... . ,.... --" ,,, \\: ... 1'. 'l.:. I' """'"
from behind the Iron Curtain. iil Vffl ITrTTTl '. \ I L N<,L ,, l.. ,.:\ .>
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v up training camps DI MDMDS' 1U6611BE + 1. ,1
Cuba's easternmost Orlente '. ,' )\ ,' \.l,' I i'i" I _' R t _t: 0 r c-N..._/ i;" 'h''... ; ". .-
Province while Gen. Lister
"DJemend Irskert" 110 Ceit M in Street ..: _
centers in the .. TI4)hct .
mountains = :: :: ,:
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Overall chief of what Is ', ,' \"" ,'. ..'+. . ,, '
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traaeasisrrttssasustattara'aa Heart Disease Cause


SERVICE Prices Good Thru Wed., April 15
Play BridgeBy Of 36 Per Cent Of

last-minute entry from ALAN behind TRUSCOTTA NORTH Deaths In FloridaJACKSONVILLE OJ. ED L KEII

the Iron Curtain may upset AK '.,
, the forecasts of the outcome of VAJ1098S2 "= = -.;:
(AP-Hear1 rt: ing this rise was heart :: -
coronary = ::
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the World Team Olympiad, 108 disease caused 38 per cent 01 f disease, up from 201.9 to 27S.9. :::: _= <= '" : ====_ ==== ;;' "c:::>-==
which begin here on May 1. *74J all deaths in Florida in 1963,
The players are from Poland, WEST EAST making It the No. I killer., The rate for chronic rheumatic U. S. 92 AT POLK & HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY LINE
and the little that U known It Q.19 Sf 32 AA108TJ heart disease dropped
l it The State Board of Health re-
about them suggests that they' VK4 V 13t from 11 deaths per 100,000 in
ported that heart disease deaths I
I. may be good enough to deprive'I 75 K2 rose from 18,900 In 1962 .to 20.02 .- 1953 to I last year; hypertensionwith
one of the Big Four of world +A10 4Q652SOUTH in 1963. heart disease was down
bridge- France, Britain, Italy from 46 to 27, and other heart WhereeLiquoreCostseLess
Dr. Pames E. Fulghum, director
and the United States of a A- disease deaths fell from 95 to
place In the semi-final stage VQ7 I of the division of chronic <<. I
diseases, noted, that
Central Europeans have n traditional AQJ9643AKJ98 Dr. Fulghum said the large
I three heart disease subcategories -
aptitude for bridle as
In deaths
well as for chess Beforn the, Neither side was vulnerable.I dipped in the past 10 doubtedly drop hypertension resulted from Judicious "un-- OPEN 7:30 A.M. TO 1 P.M. MONDAY THRU SATURDAYBAR

war the European bridge championships -The bidding: ears.The. use of hypotensive drugs. & COCKTAIL LOUNGE OPEN SUNDAYS- P.M. 'TIL MIDNITEGILBEY'S
were dominated by South West North East heart disease death rate The reduction in deaths in rheu-
Austria and Hungary, and It has 2t 2A 2NT. 4 A I per 100,000 population increased matic and other heart diseases
, been regrettable that natural! 5 5 A Pass Pass I from 3239 in 1953 to 3584 in
i is caused, we must be certain, ROCKING CHAIR
talent has been stifled by post. 8.A Db8.\ Dbl. .]963. The main categroy caus- by the most marked medical VODKA
I war circumstances. Pass Pass Pass gains in treating heart conditions TVARSCKI VODKA SPRING HILL
But, in recent years, duplicate West led the heart king. TallahasseeMID. and by increase in public OLD GIN
bridge has made great strides BOSTON VODKA 299 QUAKER
awareness of the problems
in Poland, with the emphasis on I HALLER'S BLEND HALLER'S GINHALLER'S
team championships, which are Ing champions Terence Reese
les Men have higher heart disease BBN. BRUGAL RUM
r organized In a wide network of and Claude Rodrique of London. death rates than women;
leagues Financial problemshave These runners-up will be members -1 90 MinutesTALLAHASSEE whites have higher rates than
barred Polish teams gen- of the team playing in New nonwhites.The .
erally from European champion- York. They are Julian Klukow- rate for white males of SEAGRAM'S
ship tournaments, but last year ski, the most brilliant of the fi A 48- 500 per 100,000 1s almost twice O.F.C.MARTIN'S
a young team played in Baden- Poles and at 24 one of the youngest year-old machinist who suffered the rate for other I 7 CROWN
any group.
Baden, Germany, and finisheda to play in the Olympiad; and a massive heart attack and died The next highest was non- CALVERT IMPORTED VVO'EXTRA
third behind Britain and for hours last month,
good 1V4
Zbigniew Szurlg, inventor of an was
white males at 267, followed by CANADIAN WHISKEY
Italy but well ahead of France.I accurate artificial bidding convalescing at home today.
sys- white females 264 and non-white
t Poles' Ability Shown tem that will be hard to com Benjamin Burch suffered a females 217. 8 Years Old Halg &
Since then, the high standard heart attack and was hospital-'
I of Polish performance was demo bat.The deal shown in the diagram zed at Tallahassee Memorial Ha 5*
onstrated In the World Par ff
Hospital last month While onthe
was played In a crucial 1
Championship, when two Polish operating room table: ,' hedied. 37
match in the Polish team cham Q
SaegreIR; 5th
a pairs placed second and third, pionship. South's opening was 499 Ifundl
r some 30 points ahead of defend an Intermediate two-bid, strong Physicians worked on him for A+a' cra Ira
90 minutes, sending electrical
but not game-forcing. North'sfree
currents through his body with 3 FOR
Mutual Tells response of two notrumpwas
a defibrillator in an effort toshock
not a convention but a Polish 12 Years
his stilled heart into resuming 1119
Tariff CutOpposition monkey wrench-In-the-works. its beating. 5995th
He may have planned to bid
hearts later, and hoped that two I No III Effects 4

no trump would discourage I Despite the long period during '
East-West from persevering in which! his blood did not circulate FULL plJART ;SI ECAt! $,

Details of the opposition of spades. It seemed a little lite physicians said Burch apparently RONRICO SMIRNOFF 1=
to bid hearts at the six level, suffered no ill effects.
the citrus industry to any reduc- .o North-South bid six diamonds For hew Efficiency and T
Normally, brain cells die and PHILADELPHIA
tion in tariff protection were revealed -
I yesterday in a booklet without hearts having been the heart is damaged from lack Niw Econimy In Th. RUM VODKA
mentioned. i IMPERIAL
of circulation.
t produced by Florida Citrus Mu- Tax C ".ctor'. Office
t, It Is interesting to consider, As he left the hospital. yesterday 439 r
I tual.As the booklet was released whether six diamonds can be' Burch said he would takelife Elect . GUCKENHEIMER a
i at Mutual headquarters, the beaten by perfect defense. Although easy from now on. BARCLAY'S 49
same Information was being both red suits lie as favorably He said he always took care
presented to government officials as possible for South, of his children's and his wife's GEORGE HULLER 349 3 a
in Washington by HermanF. he can be beaten. After a spade health, "but I just didn't think
Steele, assistant general lead South must ruff and needs it could happen to me." ',T4X:' 01L crOR: .Alnna. SUNNYBROOK 5th

manager of the grower organization. two entries to the dummy, one .% BOURBON DELUXE :
to lead trumps and one to run Two great generals, Mont- 479
The two-fold attack on the'the heart suit. So, when South''aim and Wolfe, lost their lives .. 3 FOR OLD HICKORY 3 FOR
Pd. Pol Ad k* __
Plains of Abraham
Canada's -
possibility of tariff reductionsat eadtf a low heart at the second upon Polk County ClUitni Coma
in 1759. .,
the upcoming Geneva trade trick, West must rise with his -1:!! Orortt K Mlllw. I 104S ,7
and tariff negotiations is basedon heart king indeed a dramatic
protection of the industry' play. East must then refrain
U.S. market and protection of from covering the diamond ten, GROUCHYSTOMACH ANCIENT AGE
the consumer against Inferior and South's goose is cooked.In CALVERT EXTRA 99

products. the play. North's concealment OLD SEAGRAM 7 CROWN 4
( Lower Price PossibleIn of the heart suit worked ? SCHENLEY Qt'FOUR
to Ms advantage. West decided
terms of industry protec CROW OLD CROW'McKlAUGHTON
tlon, the Mutual brief reveals that his side could not make a A' ROSES
that such cltrus-producing nations -spade trick, and attempted to Stop It right way with TUMS antacid "-"'"--" Ky. Straight CANADIAN.
set a heart trick by leadingthe UDl.tt Today sood luting TUMS an
as Argentina, -1 torllnsd-spud toothing, hi go pottncyrtliof BOURBON
Jco and some South king. South was charmed , Mutrtlin all ,ic." acid .. 12 : -
countries can deliver frozen with this lead. He won in dummy rtltax you from the g7l l,of an .eldlrrlj j OLD 3.89

concentrated orange Juice at 75' unblocking the queen from tittd Ills spot itomach-eomplotdy wouldn't, you\like that, gently, on I Nil psoa-.d 3.79SUNNY BROOK .' >n11R
cents to Jl.21 a gallon below hIs hand,"finessed diamonds,I Quickly fftctivi,IIi,,, potaney rallaf 5th
the "break-even" figure for the and made 14" tricks.
: 5th +L OLD
----------- ,
Florida citrus grower. The basic 3 FOR
reason for the price differential 3 For HICKORY
is the higher American standard -
of living, with the resulting I < .' 1125 --oil
higher costs for labor and marketing 0,
,'I trim
The tariff retention appeal 349

notes sidized that industry citrus which is an produces unsub- BLAST OFF I. W. Harper yam Seagram's

retail sales of some S800 mil i jib

lion state; that taxes it of pays$50 million federal; and and' 9 Ky. Tavern 3 s'; 10" V.O. _

that it contributes heavily to 100 Proof IMPORTED
the support of more than a mil,, } aG with Polk FederalLaunch 33 Bottled I i in BondSPECIAL CANADIAN c cwas.
- :
lion Floridians. | CALVERT GIN WHISKY )
The presentation declares, in 5th
the words of Mutual Executive WALKER'S GIN 5th Stagra sta
Vice President Robert W. Rut- ; !
ledge, "The present U.S. rates Launch your program of savings t.

of import duties on citrus fruit tr ; NOW at Polk Federal and swing y 499 5th 3.19 54935ths9,50
and products are the minimum r'' -
required to permit the continuo] I.l into a new orbit of financial prog

ation of our industry." Citrus, ress! NOW is the time to transfer + S
ranks second only to tourism L1
in dollar value to the State of funds to Polk Federal without loss
Florida.In r t' Old
r } of earnings. Save by the 10th
terms of consumer protection LANG'SFULL
the brochure points out ( e, L'') . earn from the first! See Polk ThompsonCharter

that a reduction of tariffs would .1 Federal soon! QUARTS 8 YEAR OLDIMPORTED
downgrade very substantiallythe
quality factors that have S
been so zealously maintainedby SAMOVARVODKA i

the Florida citrus Industry.' SEE The Missies On
The presentation adds, "such Wa > M Oak35ths9.75 SCOTCH
action would open up the doors

quality for adulterated concentrate.impure, .", low ; Display In Our Lobby! !.=, QUART 3. 9

Educator Pittsburgh Will U. 399 489


Speak Here I' z-z1 Mhtl WINES - EXTRA SPECIAL

Dr. Jack Birch associate dean KING ROMA
of the University of Pittsburgh
and past president of the Coun- Italian Swiss Colony
cil for Exceptional Children,
will address a dinner meeting ST. PAULGIRL
of parents and educators at the I BI CASE Quart 10.99
Cadet Restaurant Saturday.I I
Dr. Birch, who Is currentlyon
the editorial board of the
journal for the Council for Exceptional MALT LIQUOR TAYLOR CHAMPAGNE IMPORTED

Children, will speak
on "LlvLig with Children with GERMAN BEER
Problems. He will be In Florida 3.79 5th
to attend a meeting of the CASE

National Association for Re- % PD'I{fEQEIlAlfAfllLG J CASE
tarded Children In Miami.
Reservations for the dinner,'
must be made tl.
at $2 SO a plate

be by tomorrow.made through Reservations Mrs. Mabel may AND LOAN' ASSOCIATION OF LAKELAND 3 49 OLDE BOURBON 8 89

Wunderlich, Post Office Box 0
391, Bartow; Doris Sanders, 805 5th 3.49-3/10.29 .
South Blvd. Lakeland; or Mis

Dick Snyder 1709 Sims Place, v.aa Ia __

Lakeland.The dinner will begin at 7:30: All Above ALL OTHER BRANDS OF WHISKEY, GIN and CORDIALS et... NEVER

o'clock Dr. Birch will speak Price.

beginning at 8 o'clock Persons 2600 S. FLORIDA AVE 'n.. COLONIAL CORNER I Plus CUT RATE PRICES A

who dinner do may not arrive want to at attend that timeto the Soles Tax LIMITI

hear Dr. Birch

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w.- LAKELAND:: LEDGER, Wednesday April 9, 1564 I

I Polk Commission c ; ', p ,

4 I lrtlrsf

I Approves Ballot F _' .

. .

BARTOW County commissioner purchase agreement which fi
yesterday gave according to Chairman Wil- p1'
conditional approval to the mer McCutcheon represent r STOCK MARKET FLAST/1j l lNEW
ballot to be used in voting the final step in the refinancing -
machine for the May 5 pri of a $9.5 million dollar -
mary. bond Issue passed in 1959. -
The condition of approvalwas McCutcheon aaid the YORK un The stock shares. International Paper on 2,200 shares.
that the name of Commissioner I ea. e.purchase agreement market was steady at the opening gained 34Vi on 1,000 shares IBM recovered % at 589 on
L. W. ,'.es) Pun- gives the Florida Develop today. Trading was moderately Standard Oil (New Jersey) 1,500 shares. Control Data rose
ion be changed to Include ment Commission authority active. was unchanged. Also unchanged, '4 to SSVi on 1.700 shares
..Le.." On the ballot pre- to sell the new bonds, which Small gains were made by a American Airline opened at U. S. Steel opened on 10,000
lented to commissioners yesterday will be paid for w'th the revenue number of key stocks. 44'4 on 1,000 shares and UnitedAir shares, off /4 at 57. On 3,000-
it reads "L. W. Dun- from the gasoline tax. ; Opening on blocks of 3,500 Lines sold at 60% on 2000. share transactions American
ton... McCutcheon said .he com- shares each Chrysler was unchanged El Paso Natural' Gas declined Telephone dipped V4 to 1384 and
at 44Vi and Electrical 'V to 5,400 shares Studebaker eased 8 .
Dunson explained that mission will hear a six- I 19V4 on Sperry % to %
"More1, people know me by months report on the budgetat IF Musical Industries rose V{ to, Rand was unchanged at 18% Yesterday the Associated
6 on 4,000 shares. Press of 60 stocks
"Les next Tuesday's meeting.He average dipped -
than do by 'L. W.
added that the budget is Ford rose !Ito 54Vi on 1,800 Kennecott gained/4 at 82'4JUST '\ .2 to 303.9.
One COP Race in "better
shape now than it
Larry Markley. courthouse was this time last year." BLUE_,CHIPS

custodian pointed out that Contracts AwardedIn
the ballots will differ slightly WILLYOdWII'E '$LIREYOUCAPfl
In each peace justice district other action the board AN EXCUSE M ECUSE1 'A'1/'PLEA' EXCUSE op
because peace juistices con- awarded contracts for three END OF A JOURNIY-till H.idgtrd, wildlife cHictr for the Florid G.", end fr.il. W.ttr ?. AKTLETr I CAN'T. f'1tECN FOI4OTM.&KDIll' G J OTEg!
stables are elected only from diesel tractors and for lightIng Fish C.mmliiiori, fc.ldi Iht ineur .f ...." cud .....h.1t foot Iliittor, th.t ",..I.ty claimed RJrtMEf V CO THAT11 / ; MAR<5 INPAYMENT AS
the vote in their district. equipment at the Little L.k. Mirror for his hem. The '.t.r ...|.. Iou,,,., ot 3 'clock tfin mornlnf th.t look kirn \lIE ISN'T' FEELING WELL
The ballot will contain only League baseball field at sap of trio toko. Into Lesion Street and, ....tu."", Into Hit trunk of Holdgord'l car The rrovol- :

one Republican race that being Christina Park and passed a In, .e.a will ... token t* WitMoceocho IU.., Sworn* t* bin a now, if.. (L.".., Photo by
commending Howard -
the three-man race Mthe L'LI
Enlow county service -
nomination.On .
agent for the Veterans' Service -
the Democratic side the who recently was named Roaming
ballot will contain candidatesfor winner of the annual Veteransof Polk Candidates Hold
27 contested races broken Foreign Wars award for
down Into four state-wide outstanding and meritorious Alligator

races 16 county.wide races service to veterans. T STOCKS *
and seven district races. The board voted to purchase I Captured Third Political RallyBy I
Excluding the district races two tractors from Bu-
thenames of 58 ford The Investor
different Long Equipment Co., Traffic on Lemon Street in Daily
Democratic candidates on the which submitted the lowest front of the Civic Center cameto JACK FLOWERS Senate
Democratic side of the ballot base bid and one from Quil- halt Ledger Staff WriterFROSTPROOFTbe cWles Curtis of Bartow
3 o'clock
a at
Seventeen Democratic has International Tractor Co., as a seven and one- weather withdrew due to "illness and By WILLIAM A. DOYLE I capltal-&alns tax at the time
candidates are seeking the which aubmitted the lowest half foot alligator left the con- was hot but the candidateswere family problems. Q. I am locked In with steel of the exchange.
seven contested district of bid after allowing for a fines of Lake Mirror for a cool last night at the Frostproof's "own son" Ben AMERICAN STOCK company stocks which I bou&htl Early in 1960 the IRS stopped
fices. trade-in. The board has only stroll In Lakeland's streets third In a series of Polk Coun- Hill Griffin Jr. put it straight EXCHANGEAmElec more than 30 years ago and on passing out those rulings. That
Also the names of the one tractor to be traded in ty's Democratic political ral on the line. "I'm the one. I ..............., 1 4 which there would be a hugeapltalgslns threw a wet I blanket on the
county's nine unopposed candidates on the new models. Bill Heidgerd wild life officer can do the job better than any Barnes Eng .............. 2% tax if I should sell.! formation of new swap funds.
will not appear on the Buford's bid was $3,150 for the Florida Game and lies.More than 500 spectators one else. I've proven that already DorseyCorp .............. 7 Is there any legitimate way I However since that time a
ballot until the second primary each anti the bid of Quillianwas Fresh Water Fish Commissionwas jammed the Frostproof base ." Falcon Sea Dr .......... 10% could switch Into some other number of funds of that type
set for May 26. $2,278 after deducting sleeping soundly at thathout' ball stadium to listen to the Quillian S. Yancey struck Guard Chem .............. 10ft Investment without having to have been set up. These newer
Publication Voted \ for the trade-in. in the morning but Lakeland attacks, personal histories out against "cheap labor in Gulf Am ................. 5 meet this tax liability swap funds do not have IRS
The $1,202.39 contract for city policeman quickly view. and promises of their Polk County" his belief in Gulf Sulphur ............ 8 A. First lets' explain to all rulings. They base their taxfree -
The board voted to publish the lighting equipment wentto ended his slumber with a call favorites of the Group One "moral law liberty and responsibility Kratter ..........,.,..... 8% readers that "locked in" means exchange on "the adviceof
the ballot in The Ledger Central Electric and Sup- for help. speaker cannot be Redwing Carrier......... 11% that bought the stock counsel"-the lawyers for the
and the Winter Haven News ply Co. of Orlando describedby Hiedgerd, with rope in hand However, the majority of and of separated Stephen Co. ..,........... 7V4 you at unds.
powers governmentmust prices below their current
Chief in an effort to get it Dunson chairman of the came out in the early morning the crowd seemed to enjoy the be limited." Syntex .................. 77% way If Funds of this type come along
before the public. purchasing committee as hours to do battle with the catfish dinner and the music Tampa Elec .............. 25% ,will prices.be you sell your profit fairly frequently. Any good
Also yesterday commissioners "the lowest bidder who meets rambling alligator provided by Paul Bradley' Commission Dlt>t. 1 Textron Inc .......... ... 5 taxable kt brokerage firm should be ableto
a capital
approved the lease- specifications" Journey Ended Country Ramblers of Plant J. H. (Bill) Kegley Lakeland OVER-THE- OUNTER To m e,gains.it'st put you In touch with them
City more than the politicing. railroad engineer voiced and give you the details.Q. .
H The wild life officer and four MUTUAL FUNDS s ran g e that .
Griffin -Leads Legislative city policemen ended the Curtis WithdrawsFew his support in providing more Affiliated Fund ... ....... 868 "problems"sucP 1
saurian's journey very prompt. times did candidates help for "retired and senior Alico ... ................. 71,4 as yours If I sell stock at a higher
ly by binding him tightly and bring rounds of applause from citizens of Polk County and Am Express ..... ......... 421h seldom I arouse price than I paid for It, I am
Hopefuls In Contributions tucking him away in the trunkof their fans other than at the any new industry would haveto Auto Merch ,. ............. l'/i much sympathy. supposed to report the profit asa
of its
Heidgerd's car-which was conclusion of their alloted come' to the county Chase Man Bank ........ 68% Based on experience capital gain on my Federal
BARTOW Contributorsto 533 contributions totaling $7- quite a trick, as the 'gator five-minute presentations. own free-will and "not on. thetaxpayer's Eckerd's Drug ..... ..... 181/ your Income tax return. .How would
the campaigns of PolkCounty' 799.50 for an average of $14.64 was longer than the trunk. Charles Curtis of Bartow money. cut but Fidelity Fund ........... 17.76 question will I know the price I paid the dateon
10 candidates for contribution. Griffin's However, neatly folded with announced he was withdrawing "Taxes have been Fla. Gas .. ............. 10'/ probably bring which I bought the price I
legislative seats are chipping statements show his tail tied to his nose, the from the Senate race due not back to where they were Fla. Pub. Util ... ......... 23 a batch of I receive and the date on which
expenditures the po\LF.
I aim lin
in at the rate of $23.80 totaling 484530. alligator was ready this morn- to "illness) and 'family prob promised." to Francis get L. Fla. Steel ................ 9'V. rallino vms- 1 sold?
per contribution. ing for a trip to Wlthlacoochee lem.." This leaves Ben }till Job done rapped Fla. Tel ................. 26 a "filthy rich so-and-so" I A. If the IRS audits your return -
Latest expense statements Statements of other legislative River Swamp his new home. Griffin Jr. of Frostproof and Pipkin of Lakeland. Fla. Tile ................. 13V4 Just the same I'll offer my the revenooers will wantto
filed in the office of Circuit candidates include: Heidgerd said he was back Quillian S. Yancey Lakeland Incumbent Floyd L. Woods Founders Life ............ 8%I congratulations on your successful see proof of those items. (Remember
Court Clerk D. H. Sloan Jr. Senate Quillian S. Yan- home by 3.30 o'clock this attorney to battle It out for blasted Pipkin's tax-cut stand Gulf Life ................ 54%I long-term investments. that the burden of proof
chow that 827 persons have coy 84 contributions totaling morning, but the gator had the post. and explained be had fulfilledhis Incorp Invest ..... .......< 7.66 i is on the taxpayer.) Normally
contributed $19.68082( to the 1399.32 and exponddures of completely disrupted any Only once was there a need promises while in office) Inter County Tel & Tel ..- 54 You missed your big chance you would provide that proof
campaigns of the candidatesfor $692.87* Charles Curtis, who thought of sleep. for rebuttal and that came George R. Burt Lakeland Jackson Mm Mart ..... .. 5% to make the kind of switch you from the "confirmation sl/ps"
state senate and statehouse last night dropped out of the The wild life officer said that during the talks of County called "investigation of Lewis Bus Forms i.. .t.*. .J7% have in mind and to duck any you received from your broker
of representatives.Ben race two contributions total- this is the third 'gator he has Commission. District i One, 1500. missing from com mis- Nationwide .......,...1.. ''I434 tax bite about four years ago.But when you bought and when you
H.11 Griffin Jr.. former ing $150 and expenditures of caught In the last few days hopefuls. George R. Burt. sion's office" and proposed A. H. Robins ..,......... 38U you may still have romchance sold That's one big reason this
representative now seeking $Hl.58.Representative. He explained that the warm Lakeland business executive. "realistic committee to bring Taylor Inst .....,......... 48(% to accomplish what you column stresses that you should
the county's senate seat weather is drawing the alligators charged that $1,500 was miss- industry to Polk County and T.V. Elec Fund ........ 8.25 have in mind. !,keep your confirmation slips or
leads in both categories with Group,Three :- Wallace Storey from their watery homes. ing from the commission's of. spend taxes to do It." Trans- Gas Pipe Line ...... 21% At that time a number of mutual ,whatever other records you havef
50 contributions totaling fice and that no one cared or Commission Dlst. 3 Travelers ................ 49% funds were being formedfor << your acquisition or sale of
Haven Crash $2.710 and expenditures of intended to do anything aboutit. James Musso, Winter Haven United Ilium ..,........ 39 people with your kind of I.ecurltlei. I
$2,430.32; Kingswood Sprott Polk Club ." favored "county-wide advisory Universal Foods ........ .30 problem. Those "swap-type" or
69 contributors for a total of Matter Probed committee, to work for "exchange" mutual funds is- Q. You constantly advise peo- ,
Damage $275WINTER $3,715 and expenditures of The judges ruled this was better roads colleges, job security NEW YORK sued their shares in exchange pie who have complaints with I
WomenConvene for county employes, STOCK EXCHANGE for stocks of individual rom- firms which
$88731; David B. Higginbot- an attack on the record of Incumbent brokerage are members -
HA YEN-A total of comprehensive planning and Latest 11 sm such those own.1 .
tom three contributions to- Floyd L. Woods of panics at you of the New York Stock Exchange
$275 damage zoning, and a Polk County Close Price I
was sustained in taling $605 and expendituresof Medulla and allowed Woods a Funds of that type were to contact that ex-
an auto accident here late yes $521.22. three-minute rebuttal period. beautification committee. Air Reduction 58% 59% formed on sort of a one shot .'. "Department of Member
terday afternoon when according Woods claimed that "the com- L. W. Dunson, Winter Haven Aldens 29>4 NS 'basis. Because of tax rules, Urms." Well I had a hearIng -

to investigating officer D. -Representative Jack L. Turner Group 37 contributions Two. BARTOW-Polk County Juvenile mission's office knew the $!,- proposed" "more services Allegheny Ludlum 44'44'% once they were organized (after at that office and got no
R. Neal Grace Norman McCar. and Judge Bowdon Hunt of Bar- 500 was misting and that the at less cost. Allied Chem S7'/i 57 exchanging their shares for satIsfactIon. Don't you think a
ty attempted to make a left turn totaling $1,220 tow served as moderator for the matter had been turned over Commission Diet S Allied Stores 61% 61% stocks) they could no longer good lawyer would do better.
on Highway 17 north and expenditures of $814.22; Ray panel discussion "These Are Our to the sheriff's department Aldme Combee incumbent, Am Bosch 14% 147 continue such exchanges.And A. If you have an honest com-
,r smashed into a car driven by Mattox, 21 contributions to- Responsibilities" at the quarterly and was under Investigation." Lakeland atood on "strivingto Am Cyanamid 62 61% here's an Important point. plaint and have not received
Claude 1.. Barnes of New York taling $1.640 and expenditures meeting of the Polk County keep and protect presentlow Am Home Prd 65% 65!%< Those original swap-type mutual satisfaction, the answer Is nat-
City.Damage of $1,560.55; Q. Quittman Federation of Women's Clubs Constable, Dist. 4 taxes." Am Hospital 23% 23% funds had official rulings rally a loud "YES." This column -
to the McCarty car Quinn. 25 contributions totalIng held yesterday at the Home Leon Thornton, Winter Ha- The aim of Lakeland restaurant Am Mach & Frdy 18'/ 18'/4 from the Internal Revenue Service also "constantly" stresses
was listed at $200 and to the $357 and expenditures of demonstration Auditorium in vent stressed his "long experi- owner Bob Jones was Am Metal Prd 20'% NSAm that Investors making the that people with legal problems
Barnes car $75. Contributing $313.03. Bartow. ence in law enforcement and "to bring more industry to a Motor 18V.' 16'/i exchange did not have to pay should consult attorneys.U .
factors were listed a! a defec- Representative Group One Mental Health In the countywas efficiency." united Polk County." Am Rca & Dev 24'4' 24/4 )
tive shoulder in the road buta Lawton M. Chile. Jr., whois discussed by County-Judge Clarence Duncan outlined his The platform of Lakeland Am Seating 360/ 36%
charge of improper lane usage I unopposed three contributions Richard A. Bronson who said 1 plans for the office and said realtor Joseph F, Sedmera Included Am Tobacco 34'34, I Latest II sin Latest II a.m.
was placed against Mrs. Mc totaling $85 and expenditures Polk County Is in vital need for "more excesa fees" would be "increased attention to Am Tel & TeL 138% J38W I Close Price Close PrIce

carty. _ _ of $60. additional facilities to care forthe returned, If elected Industry publicity and action Ampex 17Ys 17y.! tnt Harvester 71 70% R.C Cola 5834 89%
. . . . mentally ill residents of thecounty. Peace JustIce Diet 4 follow-through. Aria Pub Ser 35% 35W
IIMC 101,4 10Ys Safeway Stores
62% 6134 -
At the present time. theMental Walter G. Bell. Winter Haven Representatives, Group 2 I Armco Steel 74 73W
LADIES ARE INVITED TOOTONIGHT Health Center only bandies Incumbent blasted opponent - Ray Mattox incumbent. Atcha Top 28% 281,4Atl Ont Min Chem 68 68'4 Scott Paper 37137I/
ie: + children patients. There is < for "lack of attorney experienc. Winter Haven pledged to keep Rerin 56'V. 51 Int Paper 34'4 341,4 Seaboard Air R 4rr. NS
commission's Auto Can H..% H1,4 tnt Tel & Tel 58% 580/
need for the establishment of f ; ., fighting milk Sears 1116 1037iShaituch
*: an out-patient Clinic for adults i Eloy (Del) Delgado Winter "price-fixing" Avco 23 23 Jones 8 Laughlin 753/i 751,4I'elsey 1574 NS
and some type of holding of patients ]Haven retaliated with "Flor- The promises o< Q. Quit. Beneficial 49 491,4 Hayes 35035% Sinclair Oil 45 45Socony
facilities until they can be :Ida Constitution does not requite man Quinn, Wahnet., Included Beth Steel 37y' 37% Kimberly Clark 63% 631,4KerrMcGee
*:: placed under a doctor's care and I background for "lower taxe., more Industry Blaw-Knox 29% 291,4Bor.Warner 363=J4 37 6974 70V.
APRIL attorney
WED. 8-8:00 P.M. 49 48'Vs K 'rvette 29% 29%
in over-crowded institutions, if' ,the office" Industrial park more compe- S.C. Elec & Gas 56 NS
necessary he said. titive prices on milk. and help Brunswick 101,4 10YsI Lear.Siegler 141,4 14'L1ggette Southern 5414 54%
-K: In The Community Room Of Polk County with 210,000 residents I. School Superintendent"If for senior citizens." I Burlington 47i47% & Myers 78')1) NS Sperry Rand 18% ISo/
23% 2Ws Litton Inds 70% 70r.
is third In the state for with Aubumdale's Jack Turner Burroughs
not pleased
1 1st Federal I Savings & Loan commitments to state Institu-i the Job you I've are done" commented supported "repeal of tax In- Cat Tractor 62'4 62Yi. Lone Star Gai 22022 Spiegel 32% 324=
-K tions simply because there is Shelley S. Boone, Incumbent creases." ,Celanese 68% 68Ys Loral Elec 8 8% Std Oil Cal 6lI61%

Orange- and Tennessee Ave. not adequate facilities within the from Winter Haven "then I'm Representatives Group 3 Chemetron 27% 27Ys P. Lorrillard 47% 473/i Std Oil Lid 6434 IIS%
county. Judge Branson stressed David B. Higginbottom of Ches & Ohio 71Ys Madison Fd 19Ya 190/ Std Oil N.l.
not your man. Vote for some- 44'441 i 861/
there is ample opportunity forcivic ,one else." Lake Wales stumped for Chrysler Magnavox 40i 400Marguardt / Sunray Oil 31 31
Cln Gas Elec 26'V. 26% IlYa NS
and ,
groups individuals to W. W, (Bill) Read of Lake. "proper zoning to encourage ..Tenn Gas Trans
Cities Ser 66% 661h Martin Marietta 19 18V. 21o/a 21o/a
aid this Mental
in Health subject Industry to come to Polk
land expressed his ideas on Cola 126 125% 1l112Vs Texaco
Coca McCrory 74% 74%
KK how to Improve education In County. 43 431,4 McKesson
Colgate % 440NS
Wallace Gulf Sui 28 28
Facilities Limited Polk County pointing out that Bartow attorney Collins Red 1814 18% Merck 114o/a 114
KK The Polk County Hospital has his teaching experience would Storey pledged "to give all Columbia Gas 283,4 28'V. Minn. Hnwl 123 1221,4 Tidewater 38'377'.
limited facilities for handling help in furthering his service of Polk County strong effective Com Credit 40y' 40% MMM 66 65y' Tractor Sup 20% 20
in Tallahassee
mental patients according to Al- School Board Dlst. 1 representation." Con Edison 86% 860/ Mont Ward 36'Va 37 Union Bag 3S% NS

KK vin Goldberg, hospital adminis- Mrs. Dora Cox Phillips ex- Kingswood Sprott Jr., Lake Con Foods 49\,4: 501fa ,Nat Biscuit 60y' 60y' Union Oil 7714 NS
trator.: The hospital providesfor Consumer Pwr 46* NS Nat Can 1614 16%
pressed that "better instructional Wales favored higher taxes Union Pac 42 417'
indigents of whom there are Cont Can 48 47% 'Net Dairy 71% NS
can be accomplished "in order to maintain liberty Union
programs Tank
KK 40% 4014
approximately 13,000 i In the teachers Cont Oil 651% 65 I Nat Fuel 32 32
county. When the and freedom. Ctrl Data 85 9514 I Nat Gypsum 51% 51% United Fin 30% 3014
are relieved of extra duty Next Group Two, will
Since June. 1963. the hospitalhas pa'per stop Corn Prds 64% 64y' I Net Tea 16 16 United Fruit 221,4 22""%
KK maintained a Food Distribution work" and proposed "a be Thursday night at Polk Crown Cork 311,4 311,4 I Nia-Mohawk SOo/a 5034 U.S. Inds 1134 1I'1a

Center for needy residents. new textbook .ystem with" ad- City. Curtill-Wrl2ht 37'h NS j Dkla Gas ,. Elec 26% NS . Rubber 3 4 3
Most of the aid Is given the individuals vanced county libraries Den & Rio R R 20th 201,4De Outboard Marine 18""% 18IA .S. Steel S7'57'' /
who have limited occupations Lakeland real estate execu- Occidental Seeks I Soto Chem 2I'Vs 21y' Pac Gas "Elec 31% 31% Upjohn 52% 52%
for five to six monthsof tive Seth McKeel cited his Dr Pepper 301,4 32 Pan Am Sulphur 31'1a 31 I Vendo 17 16%
the year or no occupations. background and pledged to Potash CompanyDOW Dresser Inds 281,4 NS Parke Davis 30% 3O% Warner-Lambert 28% 28% '
Counselors for "continue close work with 262 262% J. C. 52 Air 35'35
ie: working with DuPont Penney, 5134 W. Brake %
children detained at the Polk school board problems. JONES WIRE SERVICELOS Eastman Kodak 128 NS Pepsi Cola 50 NS Westinghouse 35% 35 V4
-- County Juvenile Home are School Board Dlst. 4 ANGELES Occidental Gamble Skgmo 33 NS Pfizer 46y' 4e% Wlnn Dixie 3014 30%

: is invited to the most import- needed as are books puzzles R. L. Brumbaugh, Lake Alfred Petroleum Corp., which made Ga Pac 67% 59 Phila Elec 32% 32% Woolworth 78% 78%
The public games and other equipment. city commissioner promised three major acquisitions within Gen Elec 87% 1171fa Phillip Morris 78Ya 78% I Xerox 85V 86
ant meeting for Lokelandm in the gubernatorial Mrs. W. B. Thornton Jr., a "the right atmosphere In the past year. I Is negotiating for Gen Foods 91% 903,4 Phillips Pet 51'4 SIIfa .Zenith Rad 83,', 83>4 \
-,' campaign in behalf of . member of the Lakeland Junior classroom and more supportfor the purchase of a Canadian potash Gen Inst l31/ 13% Phelps Dodge 731fa 73-/ 'Occidental 26 26V .
Woman'i Club was a panel teacher and superintendent company worth more than Gen Motors 811fa 811fa Piper Air 5050% Jim Walter 34% 34%
member and told of the service alike." $30 million Dr. Armand Hammer Gen Tel 1. Elec 3535% Pit Plate Glass 7034 70
4c HAYDON BURNS project being carried on by the Winter Haven businessman president and chairman, Gen Time 12% 12% Proctor Gamble 114% 114" 'CITRUS SHIPMENTS
club to the Juvenile Home. Arthur T. Race Jr. remarked told Dow Jones. Gen Tire 27% 27% Pub Sty Ilec: & Gas 74% 7"'V
-K Counselors are provided to teach "the vast majority of the best If the deal falls through he Gillette 31y' 31% Pure Oil 461,4 NS wiriest HAVeN 'API-'lal. CI&ru.
FOR GOVERNOR the girls gone grooming includ. school boards nationwide are said Occidental Petroleum will W. R. Grace 55% 55:1,4: RlybestOl Man 4414 015 .1"110"......- au.... 10 s _. .opor' Ia
ing cutting, washing and settingthe non-paid, I think in the long arrange purchase of a different Great A 1. P Tea 39s 3/ Rep Steel 447% 0 Roil 10 Got lit,. 0.] SU.... Tows tie

,... ....., b. L.k..ft" ,.. aws c........ girls hair: skin and nail care run Polk County will have potash producer or will establish Greyhound 571,4 57 R. J. Reynolds 46 457'. tu.oI 10.W .31.441 ISivt.t I
'01. and cleanliness and general factors better schools If they are non- potash production facilities Grumman 411,4 41% Reynolds Met 42% 42%j 4o"7 &ii
* *, of personal appearance. paid" of its own. IBM 588'$89. Rhod Sel Trust 7 7 c.i.o Imoi.,1 Ttwk 31.005 Ml.UO.2a

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t 11 LAKE:!AND LEDGER.: : Wednesday, April S, IlU! Three New Postponed

Lt National FHA Week Travel Films Southwest Junior High

rl j' Being Observed Here At LibraryThree ; -jq PTA Meet Slated May 14The

of the May 14
new 16-mm aound charge program.
of the year
1- last meeting
This week has been designated FHA chapters are made up films in color from the Canadian __. _. "tA ..L'r for Southwest Junior High He will officers.Introduce Each the organl-other

i as future Homemakers of home economics students Travel Film series have School Parent-Teacher Association SGA zation that is a member of

of America Week In junior and senior high arrived at the Park Trammel .
! according has been postponedfrom the SGA as well as every activity
schools Now in its 19th year,
jI to an announcement by Joyce members work toward the Public Library and are available tomorrow to May 14 of the school will be

rerrell, president of the chapter overall goal of helping Individuals without charge for showing Mrs. Hugh Cash, program recognized and a resume of
activities will\ be
at Lakeland Junior High Improve personal, to groups In the Lakelandarea. chairman, has announced that the year's
students In
. : School. Mrs, Estelle PatchIn family and community life. the program will be based on given by talk. a

is chapter adviser. Projects of the national pro- tw the year's program theme. two-minute
"Pay-Dirt Angling, a J8- 1'l.. Ronald Puckett, teacher in
I "
The 92 members of the Junior gram include: you and your "Quality Education entitled
minute film, follows a party ." the English department, will
High chapter are celebrating values, focus on family "Our School-Evaluation
f the week by conductingthe friendships, marriage calls of fishermen to some of the The year'i program, which assist the Assisting students with are Richard their.

opening ceremonies dally for preparation; stay In North American continent's has coincided with the year'sproject reports.

on the school Intercom, school; and action for citizen' best fishing waters Great was featured at the Lewis and, civic Miss department Arlene

% when tribute Is paid to par. ship. Slave Lake, Great Bear Lake National PTA Convention In teacher, physical education
ents and teachers. Sponsor of the FHA Is the Chicago.Bill .
A special assembly was Home Economics Education and Cambridge Bay. Youkey, president of the teacher, sponsors.

conducted by the group at the branch of the U.S. Office of For viewers of all ages Is Student Government Association Officers will be elected and

school this morning at which Education and the American the high-spirited "Stampede at Southwest will be Ini installed.

time a fashion show and cash Home Economics Association. Stopover"1 a 13-mlnute spectacle
prizes and ribbons were Other chapters In Lakeland of colorful floats bands

I awarded to Youth Fair exhibitors are located at Lakeland Senior Indiana riders, cowboys and DATE BOOK

A plaque was pre- High Kathleen Junior and rodeo events In Calgary, Alberta I

I ) sented to H. B. Barsdale. Senior High and Southwest JJzJj gD JD ?rWz1.inrjI:
school custodian. Junior, High Schools "My Island Home" is a IS-

minute tour of the pleasant I

beaches quiet countrysideand ORCHIDS BY TOE YARD bloom on this year-old plant grown by Hardin S. Foster In TODAYLAks.AND O"DI"PSI O.DAY .
f historic Charlottetown of ACT CLUI ,1111 .1 '"
(OJzywwUM ? Prince Edward Island, knownas his greenhouse on the New Auburndale Highway (Ledger photo by Harper) ,and I.pur.10.pm$, .1.. ,.... paiiiuiitlor l> Charmurry 110m Dr,1It,5,5.t MOOM lx>d.t. IU1A Parkrr

<0id.bOruuh; 1 3 -5I5 P mall CLUI 1211 pm ii
I Canada's ocean play admumiralwa buliaini ; Morr on'> CM'i'riaLAKILAND

Here's How To DelayWrinkles' ground.These films may be reserved I ctI g. J: hland ,Of Ie'THLIHIM THI Airport WMITI MHINI BMIIIN1, I 0.'O J1,"Df''ULIM ,"' .Thaim:claw pointing.'r, sod 5 30 ART and Tom a mM drawlni O.UILB Wllion Mn, ell Ha WlnllredB tiutrw.tors PllnuIni ,. for.

until June 15. but be- .'l pm..at Meufli\\b-r print.mplMri : brr nnmv' alvanr.rt fttudent. vimANNII .
J Bwm wortar OARRACOTT CH"' "...
cause of past interest in the .... will PI-.HH All Mourn"JUNIOR ..< ID' UNITED DAUO.HTIR OF CONMD.IRACV .
AppearanceBy series, early booking dates woiKAMt eiut S ,.. 3pm a% born* of Mri U
I Spectacular White Orchid L Ulrkrr Lakeland Highland*
are advised. Groups and organizations Crowns t clublwuw on I.aU Mgrwn CLEVELAND H BIO NTS MOMtOIMON1TRATION
1 30
P m
By JOSEPHINE: LOWMANDo her skin becomes drier and desiring to schedule LION CLUI It 12 IS Khorn*. of Mm. T. A. .. 1830
thinner and some of the under a film may call the library p m.LAKILANO at The Cfidft ART GUILD rUmauranl oil' pllnl- COUNTRY" CLUB prl ESTATEs Mao

you want to avoid lying fibers curl and break. 6862857. 20 Years Of Work By H.S. Foster In.. with MINI. Cornrlii ..onl"studio'. from pm.CIATION at elubhouM'...od dull on dinner Golf VlrwuilnMi at 5.
aWi'tfrW ._
I wrinkles and aging skin There are many factors which --- for ttHLM. cltlarni ol akeland" CLUI and Ion and aoolal boor fol"NIWCOMIMI -
What woman doesn't As a lead to this. First the aging U inenai will m.rt it Ton Mldmiirat CLUB, 1 pm at.
I 1.10 a for eros aclivllr, Brio Woman t Club for bridi* and Ins*
matter of fact a great deal of the skin Is a part of the Xi Gamma Rho Mndwirh m'lunch toll,, lurnuhed.BivOLtNTJSs. URUMMA ,
I can be done to delay the ap- general picture of the agingof By LUCIA MYERS sum It up. Suddenly he leaned over and pickedup To'' :r' : P.OTICTIV.OftDIft Cmanuel BALK, 83. a M pomoTKj. Kentutkr fctTraiplt
the body and no one knows Meets TonightOn The triumph of 20 years In orchid-growing a pot from a long crowded rod. "There's Of ILK* LOOQI 111.m.iunt Ale SATURDAYLAKILAND
$ 1UI
I :SnenoJ exactly what causes this. is being attained by Hardln S. Foster in his always something happening here. See these a. ...".it'' I pm at Bu ixdit ART OUILD prlm.n
ISWWJWS1 and art la
KIWANIS 6 junior
to improve the Then there are special hab- Lake Deeson greenhouse on the New Auburndale Highway. buds. I walked along this row, this morning, p CIT"U' ttt.VVrir and Oils at S 3O am.,vitrrcolon MnWlnllrrd .,
TH. ftclhelmtr and Tom Wd.on
neglected com its and measures which dra. A spectacular white orchid, loaded with hundreds and I didn't see these buds till now," he said. OTHIMOOI OF RAILROADTRAINMIN Inilruclon. AdUlts palnllnt elate

plexion which matically influence the con Mrs. Dewey Funkhouser of blossoms, is expected to total 500 at The beauty and the challenge that are noon at Country, eomd Club dlrti B>luncheon IMM comBiunitt at- l\.ol.\ :: :5 115,0(1St, 5 m., ,all Mi.55. VOrn.lli I.adwickaocrrv.

shows signs of dition of your complexion, will be hostess to membersof Its peak in midAprilMr. wrapped up in the production of each delicate tuilldmt I. P6LK told LODOf Vi.W5PssiAs. MS AI IO"HIC"'L i3o

premature aging especially as you grow older XI Gamma Rho Exemplar Foster showed his giant plant to a blossom-that, he agreed, Is part of the fasci Pass, I pm. M BcoltUh RiM Trrn'En. p United m.. afc 552 t atwnd wvovr Bfc. inoiia In.
pl I. for mular eommunieatlon mar mMtlni tat
Too Many Rays chapter of Beta Sigma Phi little group of Lakelanders a few days ago nation lent Apprentice deirr *1U M eon'VROVIDINCI U. IrfKlIni I library ,

o Women are 1. Practically all\ dermatologists sorority at her home on Lake In spite of laryngitis he managed to convey The orchid world is known for its exotic HOMI BIMON.TRATION nm RUMMAOB OirlMlaa BALC Church apmaoretf clroli 4. us er
likely to that Deeson tonight at 8 o'clock. CLUB t..5O P.m. at ClUttI I North Florida Ataana.Religious .
neglect -
agree exposure enthusiasm commensurate with the
size this surprises, too. He pointed out a slender
their complexions to the sun's ultra violet The president, Mrs. A. C. green 6VITIR"W1 or WORLD W.R
I rays horticultural achievement For 12 years he stem, anchored to a post. From there It has ''''''. I"C" Burim E. Sank Bar.ricki
I during i I II over the years is one of the Glaser will conduct the bus. has been this 4J3 and auiillarr 7:30: p 1'1 F Groups'l
watching over particular orchid .
20s and 30s because most potent of the factors iness session at which time grown along several beams near the ceilingfor it 34& soils. Bulletin of Clflo ,onsulotion
they1 MlS LOWMAN which age the akin Some reservations will\ be accepted which was shipped from Costa Rica as a small a total of 90 feet, with long aerial roots Formal and pr wntatlon br...... TM new dar ,om.r'WAVERLY
I have no problems In aging at specialists go so far as to say for the social hour and spring potted plant. dangling overhead Sri but prayer, a moment of mrditation a.
that time. The cattleya orchid is named Skimmer "Know what that is?" Mr. Foster askedin and wornhlp. any hour .! the
However, regularcare that it Is the only one. However dance Saturday. Members f 1 Use or mint. Dial 652.5104.TODAY .
during these earlier years most think, that while will also be reminded to make alba, and is rarer than the lavendar one which an "of course you don't" tone. "It's an

gives a great boost toward a it is definitely an important reservations for the Founders' bears the Skinner name. Last year Mrs. orchid named vanilla. Yes, it's the same I WAVERLY Mr. and Mrs ',

youthful skin later on. Wrinkling factor, it is only one of many. Day banquet April 25. Foster counted 400 blooms on it, and this yearit plant that produces the pods which make the J, H. Dannelly were visitors APOSTOLIC .IUK acHooL 1321

does not happen sud An interesting study was The program, "The Caribbean is considerably larger. flavoring. However the pods do not mature in Miami with their son-in- 11:. Memorial BloC. olial tlaun, al

denly. This slow and subtle made in which skin was taken and Central America," Repotted Every Year here," he added. In fact he could find only law and daughter and family A CHRIST. LUTMIMAM. .rantilliniWISTMIMSTalt

process has been going on for from the face, the forearm taken from the program book, One of the secrets of its burgeoning beauty: one bud on either of his two long trailing Mr. and Mrs. Martin La- ,triinin.rnIioi,'W H.II. 55 7:30 p.m. II
years before the lines beginto and the hips. These samples "The Grand Tour will be . ISBVTItlANand ..
Mr. Foster has given it "a larger home"
every vanilla plants. It will open into a greenish- vine, and sons Ronnie and 'amll, 011111. covsr.d dlob oopp.r
bother you. were aubjected to ninny tests.It presented by Mrs. Harold In the basket proiram on "8outh_Ura Ana"
As year. changing pot or year by white blossom which lasts only six hours he Mark for Easter. I 30 pm I In aorlal hall
a woman grows older I the was race_ found showed that. the the skin most of Thomas. year, he has enlarged its growing room, until said. Tony Slaughter of St. Petersburg rmtT i relloahlp piKtBrTmiAN.fa'h....."ChristianMen cootout

now it occupies a container as large as a ftfr was a guest of his at T pm at Bport4mant Lodir
damage. The skin of the arm Don Dometor and Bubba' Phllllpaof
wash tub, 52 inches in diameter. parents Mr. and Mrs. Jack Ottrolt TIE... PMU4 to attend
which is the
exposed to lun'sraYI Anna Miller Finds Another
Makes only part of the year Mr. Foster plans to exhibit it this weekat AntiqueLawrence Slaughter and Rodney here, TMUMSOArYuuni

was second, and the akin Officers To an orchid show In Cocoa tomorrow. It now S. Lowe, vice president and trust Lt. 2 C. and Mrs. Rodger WESTMINSTER Women mMtlni"PRE55YTE51AN at 5 'an.
Toilet fowls stands inside his officer Sumner and Carla of Orlando In social hall' surer proTldidirouth
1 from the hips showed no Just greenhouse. In thr most of the Florida National Bank in Lake- rholr' I rrheanal I. 3 IS p m.
OI.aml degenerative damage at all. Be Installed"Beatitudes prominent spot among his 10,000 orchids. land, made a brief trip to his old home town, visited her parents, Mr. and ,nriu.rr CHRIST. choir LUTHERAN rrhrirul. adult 7 3D Infor.ma'ion p m.
, Regular Use of Cream All this started when a friend gave him Alexander City Ala. recently-and found another Mrs. Paul Aleck Sr., here. vrw Hall rotors' ian.,. at 110 ..... al 0

2. The regular use of a good of Leadership"will an orchid plant 20 years ago. In 1957 when antique to add to his collection. Througha Mr. and Mrs. Junior Carra- FAITH LUTNIIIAN: church eonnrllmntlni (

( cream to soften the skin is es be the theme of the candlelight he retired from his position with the State friend he obtained a dough-tray which will way and family took his par. ak 739 p.m.SATURDAY 1

sential. These will make lines ceremony when new Plant Board (as chief of bee-inspection), he become for him, a magazine rack. ents, Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Car- r.ITM.POOL CHUKTIAM vra,>r

much less noticeable temporarily officers of Anna Miller circle had about 500 plants. His retirement simply He owns several old carriage lamps which raway to Bellwood Ala., due S'oup, Park lint Federal 7 JO p oolllmuoll m. room
to the death of his brother,
and middle make
at age 1291 are Installed tomorrow opened the way for more and more orchids.He will be made into lighting fixtures. He obtained D. H.
for some of the loss in Carraway. Services and
up natural oils. In later years at 7 p.m. in the Elks' has made about 50 trips to the Bahamasto one of them by swapping a gold coin burial were in Hartford Ala. Epsilon Omicron

the use of emollients is even Garskin room. acquire'plants, and has received others for it Mr. and Mrs J. H. Dodd

more important. These are Past presidents of the circle .. from Africa, the West Indies, Central and At an auction in Lakeland he acquired an were called to Crescent City Meeting Slated

necessary to replace the nat in charge of the installation South America, the Philippines.The old picture frame of pine wood which he transformed due to the death of her broth

ural oils and youth and to are Mrs. George II. fascination? He searched for words to into a cherry-stained coffee table. er's wife, Mrs. Kline Phillips. Epsilon Omicron chapter of
Borde, Mrs. Wilner Younger, Beta Phi will
combat dryness and wrinkling Spent Week Visiting Sigma sorority
Mrs. J. O. Springer, Mrs. Mrs. Wayne Edwards and meet tomorrow at 8 p.m. at

; The 3. Of course diet plays a Wallace Hebbard Payne and, Mrs.Mrs.George Winter Haven Social NewsWINTER children of West Palm Beach the home of Mrs. Mel Harvey

i ) part. If any of the essentials Kelly spent a week here with her 1644 Salesberry Ave.

--- fnodern of fine nutrition are missing Glover. mother, Mrs Sue Jones and Members are to bring old
liquid your complexion will show It. Pastel colors denoting the HAVEN Winter styling artists from many for Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Wilts his parents Mr. and Mrs nylon hose to be used as the

----: bowl Lovely skin and beautiful symbols of office will be visitors to Florida for the past eign countries. The Olivers are enjoying a visit from Mr. Edwards in Lake Wales filling for stuffed animals.

deaner hair are two of women's combined with spring flowers 20 years, Mr. and Mrs. C. R. are formerly of Auburndale Willits' mother Mrs. C W. Charles Taylor student at Final plans will be made for

most prized possessions. If in decorating.Mrs. King, have left for their summer Mrs. Dell Campbell U visiting Massey Business College, the rummage sale to be held
WUlits of
you are worried because your Walter Stelneke, out. home in Akron, Ohio, her brother and sister- Daytona Beach, and Jacksonville, visited his parents Saturday. Members are to

hair is thinning you may want going second vice president, following the winter season in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Grady Miss Ellen Wilts of Galesburg Mr and Mrs. Clayton bring rummage for the sale

CLEANS my new booklet "Is Your is chairman of the social at spent in the area. Lewis and ion, Arlie, for two Mich. Taylor and Betty Sue. to the meeting.

Hair Thinning?" If so, send 8 pm and will be assistedby Mr. and Mrs. Harry Turner to three weeks in Miami. Newcomer To>> Haven A.2.C. and Mrs. Jerry Nor Two programs from the

BECAUSE 15 cents and a stamped self. outgoing committee chair have house guests. Mr. and New residents to Winter Ha. ton of Panama City visited his book "Conduct, Expression.

addressed envelope with your men. Mrs. F. B. Win scott from Fulton ven are Mr. and Mrs. Thomas A retired teacher, Miss parents, Mr. and Mrs. George Purpose," are to be given by

S BC request Lowman for in it to Josephine of The Mrs.Officers William installed J. Bickford will be Mo. The Winscotts planto Pinyoun, formerly of West Mary E. Hines, is a new resident Norton and her parents Mr. Miss Mary Young and Mrs.

care visit for several weeks. Palm Beach, who are residing from her former hometown and Mrs. M. O. Shiver and J. K. Swindell.
Ledger. president; M r I. Lawrence
: Tomorrow: "Difficult For Lynch and Mrs. Cleve Park. Mr. and Mrs. Carroll Gar- on South Lake Howard Drive. of Fairfield, Conn. Gloria Jane of Lake Wales. =
diner of Lake Alfred have Mr. and Mrs. R. D. Martin Randal Dampier of University
Woman To See Herself As er, vice presidents; Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Lowell Signor
houseguests visiting from and family are \living on Kenwood of Florida Gainesville
Others See Her. Herbert Polasky, correspond. and three children have purchased -
Downers Grove, 111. The visitors Street SW. after movIng visited his parents Mr. and
ing secretary Mrs. a new home in Winter
Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Mrs. H. E. Dampier,
Glover, recording to Winter Haven from Key Haven. The family moved to
secretary; Davidson and daughter, Roberta Family Reunion Held
the Mrs. Joseph Glangrasso, retiring West. the area from Highland Falls hiley*
president were entertained witha Canadian visitors arriving In N.Y. Mr. Signor is regional Mr. and Mrs. Homer Swine ,
secretary wait.
; ..
the Gardiner son and Mr.
barbecue at and Mrs. '
supper Winter Haven for visit with of Albert
and Mrs. Lois McLarty, his. a manager Centrico Inc.
J torian. residence.Mr. Mrs. A. M. Covert and family Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Swlnson and Mrs. J. D. Hart

pe1tt'ectacconlpani1Jzent. and Mrs. Howard Payne include her brother-in-law and Weaver are new residents ley of Alamo, Ga., visited

and daughter, Debbie of Lake sister, Mr. and Mrs. O. R. from Daytona Beach. Mr. here with Mr. and Mrs. J. B.

Fried ChickenTo Alfred have moved to Hickory Burkholder from Toronto, Ontario Weaver will serve as executive Tompkins as they were en
N.C., to make their home. route to Brandon for a visit
. and Mr. and Mrs. Alex director of the Winter
Be Served Mrs. Steven V, Haigler is Guild from Oakville. Ontario. Haven United Fund Drive. with Mr. and Mrs Jerry
enjoying a visit from her son Swinson. They were joined
by Highland City chapter, Or. Major Steven V. Haigler Jr. there by Mr. and Mrs. Man- I

der of the Eastern Star, will Major Haigler is executive lien Swmson. A family reunionwas
serve a fried chicken supper officer of the Randolph Air News Of Our Youngest held.

tomorrow at 5:30: p.m. Force Base Hospital in Texas. Mr. and Mrs. Steve Telle. Cimous
Broad Ncmii
Adult tickets may be purchased chea and Mr.
for $1. Children's Spent Winter Here LAKELAND GENERAL Mr. and Mrs. Huey J, Tur. Bealle of MiamI.and Mrs. David Phil JRCOBI "..ntttTon -

tickets will be 50 cents. Pie Mr. and Mrs. Emory L. Dill HOSPITAL beville, Auburndale son, Ar- i due to continued were illness here ) lyRn M.ld.o"

will sell for. 15 cents a slice. are leaving this week for their Mr. and Mrs. Gerald T. ril I.Mr.. ]Mrs. Tellechea's and of
- - -- - -- --, home In Emory, Ind, follow- Davis, Wauchula son, April and Mrs. ofikinf
Mrs S. A. Aaron, i Bealle's father, Isadore Frank. Compltto JilicticR
TAN & WHITE I ing a five-month winter vacation 3.Mr. 327 Robin Road daughter, 1 lin Suit

BLACK & WHITE I In the area. and Mrs. Wlntford April 6. Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Only the Leek Is fxptnsiV"
Mrs. Marie Efurd Is returning Jones Jr., Mulberry, son, Mr. and Mrs.
Robert I Intire
II M. visited in Melbournewith F.N.B. 30 P.B.M.RUBY'S .
April 3. -Day Chg.
from visit in
Also a Washington Biddle, 1714 Comanche Trail. their
I D. C, and New York Mr. and Mrs. Barry L. Er. and fame
/7 : daughter, April 8. I!ily Mr and Mrs. Jackie
BONE PATENT City. Mrs. Efurd visited her vln. Highland City, son, April II'
..... Christopher and son
N-- Roy Gene
WHITE PATENT brother 3.Mr. Mr. and
I f. ..' family In Washington and in and Mrs Robert J Mr. and Mrs. Roger Pilk- visited their J. J. Henry TOT & TEEK SHOPSOUTHGATI

New York took part In the Cheyne 2603 S. Combee enton 1127 30th St., NW son, daughter and
I International Beauty Show Road son, April 4. March 23 1 family Bryant,, and and Mrs. E. D. Opt Until' 9 PM. M.". I
Mr. and Mrs R. C Good. Mr. and Mrs. sons, Larry and
.. The beauty show featured hair Charles L. Jimmle the. J.?.
I game 607 Chatham, daughter. -, Roberson, 1822 Fifth St., SE, ____J
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I .# "H U ... .
I April 4. daughter March 28.Mr -- ,.-......
I Nothing You Can Buy Mr and Mrs Walter F. and Mrs. Andrew L !1
Cleans Dentures, Destroys I 7IJUYFlL: Pruitt, Bartow, daughter, Driggers 204 Hampden Road :
April 4. daughter, March 28. :1
STACKED I Odor Better Than JLO& Mr. and Mrs. John Williams Mr. and Mrs. Donald M. "Softie" Pump 11

HEEL Ask ;your deDtr.tt It. know J. 1M Washington Park Elliott, Lake Wales daugh. :' Perfect 1

I the vrnlu ol win* is.o.a reiu'rlyto BTYLIN0 SALON Homes, son. ., April 3. __ ter. March 23. : Fit and Comfort
dean your denO.. 11_'. wbyt Mr. and Mrs. Donald M. : i
(1) Bctlvitod-oxyiTO bubblnauayxkorcuain ''' Elliott, Lake Wales, daughter 1 "Guaranteed"
I < ( food particlaa: aata- 1. U
guards your breath. (2) DO.Grata. .' PHILLIPSFABRICS March 28. .
number on* ,,, ctauuinc power laleadutf Pfc. and Mrs. James A. 999
I Univmity atudy. (3) Nbnnhlnv I I Hinson Jr., Lake Alfred son, It "'" te C

i -:- ; Just oak and fin... N.d I" Tile : .' 10" s. riri<. March 20. I II if
Urn buy 3 nturja clMOMr,
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I Texas( TV Firm Won't Tell FCC About. ;

which have as wets.-
Belgian PreparesTo WASHINGTON (AP-A Texas I onio and transmitted by cable lays any programs which the asked the FCC to release it from vance"agreements to TV Cable's appeal to
television company Capital into subscribers' homes ,Johnson station plans to air. the blackout. It charged thereis Disclosure
Cable i of Austin Inc.-has reused TV Cable which transmits its This Is the FCC's way of protecting a "community of Interest" between the commission.
Draft Its Striking Doctors to jive the Federal Com- programs to Austin by microwave established television stations Capital Cable and the could be used by TV Cable to
nicattons Commission details Capital Cable's detriment and
transmission, la requiredby Johnson station.
from competition by com
with televi-! ""would violate ordinary
of an agreement a thus
the FCC to black out for IS
f the re
December "
lion station owned largely by munity antenna systems. corporate integrity, the lawyer
1 resident Johnson' family. Capital Cable, which refusedto fused to waive the restriction.TV added.He .
Under the agreement, the Tex Chiropractic adhere to this restriction, Cable asked it to reconsiderand said the Johnson company
a. Broadcasting Corp., operators transmits all of Its programs by the FCC decided to ask has no voice in Capital Cable
of Austin's only television sU- Holds cable not subject to FCC reg Capital Cable for a look at the now and it U not known wheth.
ton KTBC-TV., own an option Society ulatlon. er the option will ever be exercised.
to buy half of Capital Cable's option agreementBut .
Blackout Protested for
a Washington lawyer
lock. Regular SessionThe was no Immediate reaction
: Mrs. Johnson held the con TV Cable, which contends it Capital Cable said, in a letterto There from FCC officials to Capitol -
trolling interest In the company has been placed at an unfair the FCC that the agreement stand.
formerly the LBJ Co.-until regular monthly meetingof competitive disadvantage, has "contains various contractual
December when she turned it the Polk County Chiropractic
Society was held last night in
I I over to trustees to avoid any
: conflict of interest complaints.The the downtown community room
of the First Federal Savings and
Johnson will regain control
,,01 the station when Johnson Loan Association
I I leaves the White House.CompetltUM I Dr. Raymond Schneider,
Clearwater president of the
Florida State Board of Chiropractic
: Capital and TV Cable of Austin : Examiners, was the
t Inc. are attempting to compete 'speaker. Dr. Schneider discussed
: with the Johnson station by the recent ruling by the Board
providing subscribers in Austin of Chiropractic Examiners limiting -
\ with network television pro- all individual advertising by
LL I lJ'am. beamed from San AnAT chiropractic practitioners in the
state of Florida to card an-
I THE THEATERS nouncements only.A t

rLMLAMD cares...,, question-and-answer period
TMtr alf.ar and..-Toaorrov- and ..8Uto BalUo PaIr..OVI ."at followed Dr. Schneider's talk at
TN.ATIR which time questions regarding
I :' .NnItpa. Moray: "tan.sM the Board of Examiners duties
TINI.: ""'tor._. Lu4Jad".tVI.IN... DIM la examining licensing and con-
-.4 a..d POLK TMtATCH trolling the practice of chiropractic
T'.d.:DOXY Atfouio lo th* R ar." in the state of Florida
TNaAT' (
TINI.r"' _JJ'S1** *"*." "OinT'laILVtH tbt were discussed. Dr. Schneideralso r
MOON Drv.IMOTMm announced the appointment
T.d..ad_" sad T a.rr.w"Rat :R.r.-RKyr." his last week of Dr. Paul Grant or
emu Tallahassee to the Board of Examines .
At71IUltI't>AL& D.I.: -11 Ima
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ON PARK llUau: "U.daoi.
i r' : lIount-RTOW Outdoor: "..uu., cc tilt Rainey of that City who had
] a1"T: Uk. 'A. served on the board for more
I . IIJ:1e m.alts' than 25 years.
{ axe WALetat "A TIttf Walu"
: and "HooHauuir Root* Plans were discussed for the
PLAMT cm Capital"A Tli T Posture Week observance
) t W.lkl" and "RKl Hot W U." May
PLANT nail" Cm lad "Da.t- .M 1.i.r:: ..*i"kUOrVLA It a i 1 to 7 and the selection of a Posture i
estsry? rlnd. Dn b Week Queen to representPolk _
UBRII'fO ...... "'Doll.... D.nnaunt" County in the state contest r
nl" sad "OUIIlllb .A OK Cor. to be held in May in Miami.
W+ -flUrHU- "'Dol"." Delia.IUMJV oceodioa bead ('left Ie riM) '. U"'.
!! and. "OunJuhv at OK Cor- STATE WIN N IRS-Mtmom .f too lint pkc. ere
wiNrtR: HAYEK Rita: "KIaoIe' became last Co.io.or. Corel,. Eicktuborf, Coil Willi.", ., end K.Hr Fmb.RMr; MCW.J row, Dir rt.r L... ,... I f
'" Jtlinson, Gary Ruhlt, Andy Johnson, >f..... M..,..,
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Fellow Polk Countians:

In seeking public office the past eight years, it has been my practiceto

ask your support solely on the basis of my qualifications and recordof I Ii

performance. I renew my pledge to you, in campaigning for the State i

} Senate, to run on my record, not against my opponents! i II Mr

Accordingly, I offer a few of my accomplishments, while serving I .

you as State Representative, for your Information and guidance: I

Played key role in all citrus legislation since 1957, ob- r I ,"',

taining vital funds to fight Mediterranean fruit fly and > "j ,"dAi

spreading decline and spearheading industry improve. I :' .: .:\.... .
ment measures. 'fLed .t
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effort which provided funds to eradicate the screw I :.i \ ) ..

worm which threatened our cattle and game. t '. .
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Helped fight off an Orlando attempt to grab the District l 1I
Court of Appeals from Lakeland and Polk County. I
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Worked for the legislation which provided cattle and !i. ., .
g' '
industry .. ". '
representatives on the Air Pollution Control "
Commission; have been instrumental in getting appro- :
priations for APCC operations. i :

Introduced the first automobile seat belt law and other ..

key traffic safety measures. .. Star-spangled way to sweeten up your future
Supported legislation authorizing courts to levy fines "

for air pollution violations. .

Supported strongly measures improving both elemen ., The old American proverb says, "money isn't
and .
tary higher education. "
everything, but it sure helps.
Fought a severance tax which would have put our phos QuIck facts about
And that double for the
phate companies in an unfavorable position in the world goes money you Series/ E Savings Bonds .
1 market and would put in U.S. Savings Bonds. Because this
endangered our people's jobs. You get 33V4% more money when they
helps two
C Helped push the law which provided for private indus money ways. mature (7 years, 9 months)

trial development corporations to attract Industry to ''. First, it helps your future. Putting youngsters You pay no state: or local tu and can defer

Polk County and Florida; served as a director of the through college. Building homes and the federal tax until the Bonds

first one, which has already helped financing of new t summer cottages. Buying cruises for you and are cashed "

Polk County industries.In the spouse.You dream i it, Bonds can deliver it. need You can it get your money when you

studying this record it should be obvious to just where ,- Second it helps mak
you my your country now, by Your Bonds are replaced free It lost
concern lies -in the interests and welfare of Polk County and its people.I ing Uncle Sam a stronger influence in an I. destroyed or stolen ,

have worked tirelessly in past legislative sessions for the benefit of unsettled world.
ALL Polk County.
Your fellow Americans have tucked over .
1 invite you, as the campaign moves ahead, to compare candidates ;
47 billion
dollars into U.S.
I for the State Senate post. If you feel continued diligent, honest and Savings Bonds. Keep freedom In your future) with
dedicated effort will help you and our county, I will sincerely appreciate I Why not join them? There'anoaaterinvcst-
ment in U S SAVINGS I
your support. anywhere the world. BONDS

Yours for continued progress,
1M 1

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i'r r LAKELAND LEDGER. Wednesday April, 1N4 13
rom -' "i :.'
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I if '' Georgia Carolina
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" spring weather lashed
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Temperatures In Florida And Around The Nation parts of the South a* torrential $Iiil1I1iI I
rain caused flash flooding In

STATION H L Chicago ............ four states and tornadoes hop-
s.c 33 Milwaukee ..........
< 29
Miami ...
? 74 Cleveland ........... scotched through the region
71 <41 Mpls-St. Paul ...... 35 24 How
Jacksonville ...?.? 88 69 Cincinnati .......... 79 37 New Orleans ........ 84 67 leaving mostly minor damage.The to live likea
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Key West . 83
78 Denver ............. 38 26 New York .......... M 52 twisters pounced on north
LAKELAND ........
87 .1 Des Moines ........ Alabama danced
through -
35 27 Omaha ............. 36 28 portions
Ocala ........ ..
? ? 68 Detroit ............. 74 37 of Georgia and one was
Philadelphia ........ 60 55
Orlando ............ 88
70 Fairbanks .......... reported in South Carolina.
< 21 Pittsburgh .......... 65 M
Pensacola .......... Millionaire-
76 71 Fort Worth ......... 67 41 St Louie ........... 62 36 Most of the damage from the
Tallahassee ..... ..
? 80 70 Honolulu ............ 82 70 San Francisco ...... 60 <47 storms Tuesday was to farmhouses
W. Palm Beach .....
84 74 Indianapolis ........ 68 35 Seattle .............. 63 <43 and outbuildings. Trees
Juneau ............. <47 to Washington ......... 64 43 were uprooted and some utility
Atlanta .............
77 63 Kansas
City ........ 47 35 BAROMETER wires were ripped down. No serious -
Baton .............
M 39 Los Angeles ...... 74 48 r .
? 7 a.m. 30.07 Injuries were reported.A :
Charleston .......... n 64 Memphis ............ 79 <43 1 p.m. Wednesday 30.08 restaurant near Griffin, '.t
Ga., lost its roof and damage
was estimated at 5000.
A tornado lifted a smokehouse ,i '
about 1,000 feet before scatter 4
!a ing it on a pasture on a farm ky a,
near Pauline S.C.
As residents of many rural
b communities set about mending
( houses and repairing other

< tts.r.w efew' damage caused by the wind A8 t t "
lowland dwellers were braced aYF
for flooding caused by heavy
At least 60 persona were
Forced from their homes In out
lying sections of Atlanta and
nearby Austell where creeks
and the Chattahoochee River
ir flooded after two days of rain.
: Low sections of Chattanoogaand
; S : Knoxville Tenn., and Montgomery -
Ala., also were flooded
The Weather Bureau at Montgomery .
said the Alabama River -
esegeuMSNUt .p kderM'epateeadtta.r may exceed Us flood stage
." MatuallratsM" a" +r" res. rh by as much as 10 feet at Montgomery
eJxt. t Ap'f" 1R

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." ware to ...... Into Fl...".'. onhoodlo today with one to two lathes ef rat. end ,, r hsU
I cooler tomperohiroe. Ferecoitori aid the rout .f the Note would not tool the downpour end temperortiroe w A (A Y
would remolaj w..... Highs ware to ..o U tko IDi, dropping to overnight tow. of 60 In pills bring a
tho north sod 70. In Hio south (AP Wirophote) .
r mild diuretic
A action ''

Fair skies and warm temperatures o Without Really Being One!
today will become .w through the
partly cloudy and mild tonight er rNI

with partly cloudy to cloudy M w.erase kidneys For the Best Years of Your Life, you deserve to live in a beautiful water
skies and a few scattered
showers predicted for tomor I A: Partly cloudy and colder front garden apartment, in one of the finest locations in all Florida, with

row. Temperatures tomorrow,tonight and Thursday. Low tonight exclusive luxury features, gorgeous apartments and complete Recreation
will be not quite so warm 44 to 94. ; t
er+q facilities.
weathermen said. I BCD: Partly} cloudy with .rawa ,
Wind today will be mostly showers this afternoon and to FFH 4w'5 For all this, and more, you must see ,
from the southwest at 10 to 18 night Mostly cloudy and cooler Unwise citing or
miles an hour diminishing to Thursday. Low tonight around drinking may bo 1 '
9 to 10 miles an hour tonight 60. M source of mild but annoy
and becoming 12 to 22 miles an I E PHI: Partly cloudy and tog making bladder you irritation-feel mtleta, HARBOUR -
hour tomorrow. tense, and uncomfortable. ,
warm Thursday. Low tonight And If rntleu nights, COro.oo .et w .
The maximum temperaturehere around 70. Southeast and south with Digging backache, headache
yesterday was 87 degrees, winds 10 to 20 mph becoming or muscular aches
the minimum this morning was and paint due to over-exertion,
southwesterly Thursday. sow. train or emotional spurt, .
69 degrees and no rain fell) at .\
the city hall weather station. warm O J Thursday.K: Partly Low cloudy. tonight and are don't Dotn'i adding wait-try Pills to your Doan'i act 3 minery-ways PUla. Superb 1 & 2 bedroom plans, with .1*,:Hi 3 2 baths, directly on Lake Parker : I

70 to 75.levity. for speedy relief I A Priced from $9,950 and $45 per,month. Incl. taxes. CONDOMINIUM ownership: Deed r !
wonderfully mild diuretic
25 Jet Airliners Florida Five Day Forecast tending action through to IncreaM the tbo kidneys output and Title Policy to every apt. Model apartment charmingly furnished by MATHER ,1 S

Brightens Temperatures will range from kidney of tube the 1). 2 milea-1 hey of of Lakeland, open every day from 10 o.m. tc 6 p.m. Guaranteed Del'y: November.

Diverted By Fog Serious Business three degrees below normal in have a toothing effect on
Madder hniationt, J-A'ant Sales Agent: Hauger Realty
the north to three degrees above pain-relieving

WINDSOR LOCKS, Conn. ,Of Youth Session normal over the south. Normal action, on ranging, back Lake Parker Drive Lakeland. Phone north from
(AP-About 25 jet airliners I, from achei ache headache and muscular 1600 West, in : 6865191. Turn f
run et
were diverted to. Bradley Field RICHMOND, Va. (AP-Some:78 temperature to 53 In the ranges Tallahassee area the aaine happy relief Memorial Blvd. (US No. 92 ALT) at Lake Shore Drive, fust west of Holiday Inn. I
million have r
business is enjoyed
Tuesday night when fog closed serious being conducted
to 82 to 65 along the southeast for over 60 yeara.
the floor of Virginia's
New York and Boston airports. on
For ,
convenience get
Airline spokesmen said 22 model general assembly. a high coast Rain will average between ho large aizo Doan'ailla Another superb waterfront Condominium apartment development by Irving
buses transported passenger to school version of the state legis- one and two inches over > todsylDoan's Z. Mann Cr Associates, now also building in Sarasota, Winter Haven, Day- ,
their destinations. lative aesslon. north Florida. Elsewhere a few tona Beach, Maitland and Tierra Verde.
Three other planes were diverted Also there occasionally U a showers may occur but no appreciable -
from Boston to Portland. bit of levity.A rainfall Is'expected. .tIS'! _. ___. z __. !III '. .l
Maine. girl delegate in the assembly -I
summoned a page and requested -
ABUNDANT ALLOYS speedy delivery of a
note to a colleague.Said .
There are more than 3,000 I
alloys of nickel in exist- the note: I
ence today for an Increasingly "Stop writing notes to Char I

wide____variety__ ._ 0"of. ,applications.. __ _._.lie. I found him first.

, .Vote For

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CountyCommissioner you can do

On May 5th for yourprogress.

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I Voter kove every right to know ovary County Commlaaio c.I ..-
I didote't tatoreet In his Community oa reflected In his civil
work ...* ottlvitiet N sod ,...."t. Tko followUt g-otf*'

I IM I Ie respectively admitted I

Founder Boys Club of Lokelond

Post President/ of Jr. Chamber of Commerce S

e Mayor of Lakeland, 1952 and 1958

Chairman Airport Zoning/ Boord, Polk County at :

e Honorary Ufo Time Member ef Jaycees 1:1

e Pest Pret. Ridge League of Municipalities S

e Director of Fla. League of Municipalities

e Director of Chamber of Commerce

e Member of City Commission of Lakeland, 9 yean
e Cited by Junior Chamber of Commerce and Boys FIRST FEDERAL SAVINGS AND. LOAN ASSOCIATION I '
Club of America for long and devoted service to

boys work ((25 yean) 4
DOWNTOWN: Orange and Tennessee
I w" sown r4 (
Remember GROVE PARK: Crystal Las Drive and Meadowbrook Avt. I

County Commissioner May 5th

sue M. Jt4. By H.M 9. Prim I II I


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I CHOOSE EXPERIENCE! I I f 'Lion Of- - ----Kashmir' I J"Says Government Aid

For Most
[I Good .
/'Feet 1 NEW DELHI, India (AP) mir" who had been prime minister that they worked to break the
Sheik Mohammed' Abdullah of the state until Nehru Integrated state away from India and joinit (AP-In the of the three million Jews in the

PAUL VAUGHN Moslem leader of the independence It into India, was released with Moslem Pakistan or to from Washington: Soviet Union.
movement In Kashmir in the town of Jammu. form an independent stale. GOOD:" Presl * 's rI
i IIf 4J State was set free today in the southwestern section of Johnson dropped,In on an RELIEF President
A huge cheering crowd welcomed QUAKE
Clerk of Circuit Court after II year of Imprisonmentby Kashmir the government radio meeting Tuesday night Johnson signed into law Tuesday -
Polk the 14 freed men, throwIng
County Prime Minister Nehru'i government Isaid. told the labor union officials making $50 million .
c Pd. Pol. Ad,. b C.m""ft Tr..w'.., Jam'. 0, Also set free were 13 other garlands around their necks government has but one legislation available for earthquake S f

- V.U'h-.,I--Abdullah, the.. --Lion-- -.of-Kash-.. men arrested In 1953 on charges,and_shouting "Long live Mot- -the greatest good for disaster relief in Alaska
i- greatest number his to the
-- As he put pen
I made his surprise measure Johnson said, "This
at the dinner meeting of sets a record. It went up Monday .
labor organization's Indus- and it's back today"
TIRE SALE union department after
up at a National Press * *
reception saluting new DISTRICTS: Supreme Court
o- House press secretary Justice Hugo L. Black refused
Reedy. Tuesday to interfere with a lowft .

MO BIG DAYS-APRIL 8.18 I * court 1965 to ruling redraw giving its Texas congressaional until -

PANAMA! A Republican districts.
I Council beaded by Mil Two Texans had asked Blackto

1 BUY 2 SAVE ADDITIONAL 10% OFF SALE PRICE i, S.Panamanian Eisenhower sw treaty"agreement has within urged on IS three-judge in stay Houston.an April U.S. 1 District order by Court the .

for a second sea level

that the present Refugee I

Ii Time Finest Tiff time Americas Road will be unable to handle
on 1'J growing maritime traffic In Center Seen
APRIL 25 years, the council said
United States and Panama
MILLER PREMIUM SPECIAL { agree on a number of in- Giving DataMIAMI
SERVICE reforms helpful to both

t . !...< OIVW r.i1.M. Ma .w (AP) Experiencewith
..MW.Mndlrl". ...., ..._ M maw. would involve revising Cuban refugees will help

FPS 11yP. II a..rww _lit OMM raM III eIM wwliY 1b.nd.N T_ SPECIALS I treaty raising canal Uncle Sam deal with his own
i 1NS'1AY II NMt ........ .Nr tawM .._ Im.-N h.mi_ a"A. : by perhaps 30 per cent and migration problems, the Cuban
,_ tA .. _ I
i NrMaA m.w rMlanM .ft Ie' AI Panama's yearly ca Center
r S ..,_..... w.v aa..t -I.adM *n4 Ion* ...... .MM .."" ... to $15 million from Refugee suggested today.
The U. S-operated refugee
center said in an evaluation of

AJfti SIZE riil Iwil svaarvrwwuai_vas. Brake | * its activities to date:
of State] "The Cuban refugee program
: Secretary
gg::: 27... 5.50 n:12: 6.42 Ru.kI\ reported willing of necessity coven all aspects)
2148 Ad of life related to health education
ustment steps the U.S. gov
Ug::: 29.56 5.90 3444 6.E8 might take to try to and welfare. Through it, we>
are adding to the body of Information .
the Soviet Union from
/.UckIZ Ug::: 30.10 6.11 .36.56: 7:3:: persecution of Russian approaches and tech
for the of
niquea handling refugee
9.00/9.10.14 ,
.. t.10.1 3992 798 77 | delegation from the Ameri problems, of welfare health
ALL NEW TWfSrOlGHfR : ., and educational In
.. TAn ANC Cove Oa.. T.a Jewish Conference on Sovi problems gen.
conferred with Rusk eral, of the problems of persons ,
90 minutes Tuesday. moving from one culture to another .
MILLER ALL : spokesman Lewis H. of the problems of assimilating .
newcomers Into communi
of Boston told news
a THAN NEW-CAR TIRES PassengerTire I "We asked tile secretary tic,.II2MDOI t

Flats I the government's good of Have RegisteredThe I
LONGER WEARING to make known to the So
Repaired center said that informa
government our grave con
tion gained "should be of valueas
COMPOUND MILLER IMPERIAL for the situation and status
the nation continues to taka
I IS SUCCESS a closer look at problems related

Hoof trooto1 nylon coititrvctionDur KENNEDY (AP) to Internal migration

.-miU lIIil.tr..*.4oVivinf c.LNaed-A/M 15% w.Yr trovbl fro* Minuteman. missile registered Intercontinen its I have Nearly registered 200,000 Cuban at the refugee center

I mince Fidel Castro's 1959 take
e Advene Hood delta straight test flight success:
night, streaking $000 'over.
The center noted "The movement
from Cape Kennedy to a
SIZE TU".TY'. .UY I ru.alsa.. ,. our ls H/heel In the South Atlantic I of refugees Into the United
.LACKW"1. MYa .AC MV1,10x15 I States is not a new phenomenon.Under .
1737M 21.23 4,24 24.19 4,82 Alignment Air Force reported the 1 the Displaced Persons
performed 'Act of 194$. over 300,000 persons
7:6: Xi522iS: 4.58 2S:69: 5.14 Special .. y. weapon I II made homeless during World

m Tub Trp. _ _ I War II were admitted for permanent .
tE v .. 7.50d4 21.34 4.26 095 "' "JIlT.I.I ..,/ I II residence."

(All Prices MM Tex00x14 r 24i9: 4.82 7 I This difference was noted:
e) Ca w "This Is the first time the United
A OH Tire 1.50d4 25.69 -5.14 I THURSDAY, FRIDAY, SATURDAY .States has become a country of
fZ Terms On AIMILLER .
SPECIALS AT . 1 tint asylum for large numbersof
Tires 'LII. TAK A"O v.ue OLa Tana ,,. :
persons. In previous refugee
AMi WM T"ro:Mal the refugees
r.n 1 programs were
N vr ewd : FLORIDA :screened in European camps
and carefully processed for Immigration
to the United Staten"It
COMMODORE was estimated that, with
Front I. rt.OOO Cubans resettled from Mi.
/ ami to other U. S. cities nearly
SIZE t'\'LON TU.a.YIDN TU" WHEELSPACKED I* Its public, s.- M..... lid. *. On N. Mew AT*.) i iI 100,000 remain here.Kansas .
L". .LAC" las,,_. ww
1195 6.70 x 15 NYl.nrrb./r., s 12.95 It 1
I Rp. $1.MLadies7 ; City
Tso i19s i,9s Electric Shaver M95
I Voters Back
'750.14 8.00 x 14 12.95 14.95
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Nylon T. nusi Rot $J.19 100 copiulot (Limit 1)
Block TNA.a.IN aaouia.o

auuII I Safflower Oil . . . . . . . . 89 I Rights LawKANSAS

CITY. Mo. (AP)-In
I.... II... $472 100' limit 1) I an amazing surge of votes but
RECAPS PoTires Natabec Kapseals *2" by slightly less than 1 per rent
I r ? . . .... Kansas City voters affirmed
Tuesday an expansion of an ordinance
SIZES I forbidding racial discrimination -
1 MAALOX LIQ.SPECIAL I which trade with In establishments the public.
8.00x14. f
$8.95All The unofficial count was
6 99e
Recast Pies With Purchases of $3.00 9c 43476 to 43,733-a margin of
CidMHf Tax
II 1.743 in a total vote of 89,209.
fxchangt items not on sp.c..1 I J IV
GUARANTEE E Z r.,... 0. All R.c.pa k. U.W 0.. *& I This represented 42 per cent of
"''q the registered voters
e NATIONWIDE t i "'IIIIIIIII Only once before, in 1950 ona
I school bond issue have so
MONEY SACK SHOCK ABSORBERS Shock Ro.. $7 91 144 Toblou (Llm.tl)
I turned out in
tIFE TIMEGUARANTEE .... many a special
HS k Rexall Super Plenamins $495 election. Only M.196 voted last
.. '. ....... Absorber I
0. "rlco for H *n ;iUo December after a strident campaign
'. cal n.r Atoll. TM, a drdrew..l.! I which led to adoption of
ON Are.K O..r.MW L 995 Inspection & $1.45 v..... 100'sTherapeutic I a municipal tax on earnings.

.seal. n.rml. rNd Nu.raft. FREE
.Mrs rN"L.1. fy I
.uneturM. ...I Robert P. Lyons, cochairmaa
of the People for Public Accommodations -
s GUARANTEED MUFFLERSby I said "1 think it is
I significant that our citizens voted
Double Green in greater numbers on a matter .
by/271MJPJFilhir of human rights than on
Wheel (something that affected their

OK TIRE STORE Alignment On Prescriptions I pocketbooks The new ordinance" provisions

,prohibit racial discrimination in
>: Checked .IIIIII.1III rec-reational

Guaranteed trCh.nlote r z !r.Arscou"? INTfANATNHIAI Iwul"eui FREE 69c Size halls, stores, transportation facilities .
I hospitals and other businesses .
'Y' r MrstM t"Mn."
! open to the public.
Massengill ;
995 . f Excluded were barber shops

.. INSTALLATION beauty parlors, other places offering
personal services, rooming
I k and boarding houses and
rented apartments,

E-Z TERMS Referendum Forced

Kansas City has had a public
1. Our Own E-Z Tri NEW TIRES RECAPS WHEEL 1.91.. Green Stamps accommodations ordinance covering .

2. Florida NatUaal lank Charf Plan ALIGNMENT BRAKE SERVICE 0 hotels motels and restaurants
3 WAYS TO } MUFFLERS & TAIL PIPES 1 since April 19S2. The
CHARGE 3. Peeplet Bank Charge Plan 5 SHOCK ABSORBERS I with this coupon $300 ... City Council expanded it la Sep.
and purchase af ,tember IJ6J. but it was forced
I to an election in a petition campaign -
Limit 0.e Pot family, S. April 1 1)) sparked by the Tavern
: : ; Owners Association and the Association
RUTHVEN & BLACK for Freedom of Choice.
'.. "' 1.39 Price' Negroes number about 80,000of

Locally Owned and Operated taring 119'" Kansas and 30,000 City's of 475,000 its 209.000 population
Playtex . . . . . . Glor.a69c reg.
By Joe Ruthvcit" and Eugene Black istered voters. The wards where
they live gave the new rules
e r 606 E. Memorial Blvd. MU 2-2181 Size 1 heavy margins
I The ordinance lost In 15 of the
Excedrin 24 wards by 2-to-1 or more in
620 S. Florida Ave. MU 2-0651 . . 491IIII' the new suburbs Kansas City
I has annexed to the south east
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11 LAKELAND LEDGER, TodayIn Mattox To Attend Surface Mining Meeting I!

'I State Representative Ray Mat and Impact on the industry about new methods and techniques -(store land once used for surface)ment of this land for community

fox, along .with other membersof laid Mattox.J. "I, that will help Florida re-..(-mining-- -,--and-activate--develop------I)--.-and-residential------use.-"-..---- .
Have To History a Florida delegation, will attend D. McCarthy, chairman of
, a surface mining confer- the conference and speaker of
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS ence, sponsored by the Council the Oklahoma. House of Representatives !
said the main
Fruit It Today it Wednesday, April 8, of State Governments, to be held purpose
of the conference. is to discuss I
99th day of 1964. There are April 13-14 In Roanoke, Va. the economic Importance''
dayi left !in the year. Mattox will attend the conference of surface mining. This is toy Ladies'DRESSES i
The Identification of florida )
Today's highlight in history: at the request of the florida Include areas such as water po-
citrus fruit and products for export a
become a mandatory i On this date in 1113. the first Commission on Interstate lotion land development, and
matter may at some time in the near I now, squadron of the United Cooperation. parks and recreation. I
future, said Florida Citrus Commission than Army was assigned( to The 11.state conference will "Florida's aim will be to get,,
General Manager Horn PL. At the time, It was the discuss, coordinate and compare a better understanding of our! .
er E. Hooks be one that had seen active the 'present and future present situation and plans for II
Hooks said today he is sug having served In the Mex- problems of surface mining Al the future., We want. to talk
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gesling to the Commission thatIt Expedition under General though all of the states are not
take "whatever steps are in 1919. involved In the same product i
necessary" to make certain * mining. Mattox said they al ? Nt
that Florida citrus for export in On this date: have similar:let ups and prob r
sales is so Identified. In 1513, Ponce de Leon land lems. AEROSOL I II
"I've brought up this matter For in Florida. AM May B* Offered 1i

4 on several occasions, because art In 1663, the Drury Lane The Many of the states have been FUMIGANTa .
In makIng
I've felt It necessary .
could opened in London.In involved in surface mining longer f a
Commission overseas advertising -
and merchandisin 1847, Gen. Winfield Scott than Florida and should be i to 1 /1 a
programs more effective," he which his march along the his able to offer some information iI I 3 FOR $11
said. "Now It has become Imperative that route of Cortez from Vera .that will have a direct bearing I
for the invasion of Mex-
that we begin to I
that NEW way
something in terms of identifying -
our fruit and products, or ed In 1942, the Japanese invaded South Viet Nom ,, to get rid ofROACHESANTS
possibly lose the $200,000 or Admiralty Islands.In I
more each year in federal funds be 1952 President Truman Chief Shuffles
provided for augmenting our ash.'I the steel industry to PETITES 5 to 11

promotional programs in Eu- a nationwide strike but PostsSAIGON ...... TUu. tlhrwffihflllS aAe.11.e
Military KM
rope." Supreme Court later ruled Mro a ........ Moaar JUNIORS 5 to 15
I Funds Available States seizure illegal. Wear NODS WON tU0eItUNO'TOO"
* South Viet Nam WHIII YOU SHOP MISSES 12 to 20
Hooks explained that he was (AP-South Viet Nam's strongmen 01 VISIT
referring to funds made available years ago-Eleven crew premier, Ma). Gen. No kg can .MOMAbtoWtlf
1I under Public Law 480 and were kUled in the crash of Khanh, to have Ngu-Insured pre *)... .M4 4Ircto4.. Harw* HALF SIZES 14'A to 24'A
t tI tI I expended in a cooperative effort American plane off Honshu yen himself appears against being- IM to r"9t, 4ropi S tamllor,
between the Commission that Japan. AVAIUSU IN TWO SIllS
I overthrown in the near future APAITMfN' a IMAtL noble ua
and the United States Depart to do years ago The South- nltlc foot 11.11.aroa00M .
by reshuffling military commands N .000 OPEN MONDAY and FRIDAY NIGHTS TILL 9 T4dej
ment of Agriculture's Foreign ments Asia Treaty Organization in the Saigon area, MOM!! Sill!
Agricultural Service. These of Ministers met in American sources reported yesterday N 10.000 able r.er U.ee
funds have doubled the effectiveness people conference devoted mainly to .
of Commission promotions make problems. American authorities DEPARTMENT STORE
in Europe. rus I year ago-The Wheeling known to have been Sold of Drug, Garden c
"1 have Just received a letter Corp. announced a lelec- Khanh to secure his encouragIng position Supply, Hardware and DISCOUNT CENTER
from Mr. J. W. Stewart Direc Is price increase, almost ex- .
against potential rivals The
leading Grocery stores
tor of the Fruit and Vegetable that a year after President Americans fear another
Division of the Foreign Agricultural our had used his power would cause Irreparable harmto coup Mff. IrN ChtmlcclintH\ 118 E. PINE +
Service, in which he pointsout stand prestige to force the Indus- Miami, flo.
: the anti-Communist cause in
of which
that the rise.
to rescind a price South Viet Nam. I
citrus ultimately1 will be a precondition (tonal -
for continuation of the .
mutual activities under the Public more Alfred
Law program. Mr. Stewart
that the world marketing He -
warns _. . ..
situation for citrus fruit requires South Down
that a start In the direction
of product Identification be fresh
ALFRED-The March .
made at once"Stewatt's torts
for Lake Alfred
letter requested that report J.J .
totaling $13,510 '
the Commission, in developing permits
compared to total issue
a marketing plan for the comIng bols. a last :;
year, consider and providefor $26,315 the same
suitable product identification. The :-. 4 ...,
an permits this March were ..f
"When this project was first smoke for a residence, a mu- .-.J
Initiated some years ago, processed dark I building and nine mis-
citrus (especially frozen conic construction Jobs. / "

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W. S. Badcocls CORP. We knew Golden Circles was special. Actually, it is flavor, the kind only rich ingredients can give, and tha

the richest white bread we have ever baked, but never in kind of texture that is tender but good.

e MAIN STORE-OFFICES-WAREHOUSES all our years of baking have we received so many warm We added pure cane sugar because this helps to maka

aNO Phone 425-1161 Mulberry, Florida and wonderful letters from women about a loaf of bread. for tenderer crusts and better toast.

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Fried Doughnuts Ideal I . r LAKELAND LEDGER. Wednesday AprD 1. Wi 17

For I

Though they're only a part 1y purchased a portable dough 1
of the Salvation Army's great nut-maker that will double the 1 CECILY BROWNSTONE 1 tablespoon lemon juice Place (In pastry.lined pie plate

efforts, fried doughnuts, like hourly output from two to four ,j; : \ -... Associated Press Food Editor I 2 tablespoons butter or mar Dot with butter; cover with top
cups of coffee, are firmly entrenched hundred doughnuts! garine crust, seal and flute edges
We of the firm
in our minds as sweet Our big delicious "wghnuts are opinion Pastry for a Inch double- Cat a pear.shaped vent in top
symbols of Its generosity In are based on the original Sister that if more cooks tried fresh crust pie of pastry. Bake In a very hot
fact It's hard to imagine a time Sally recipe though we've added pear pie it might become a real Pare and core pears: cut In (450 degrees) oven for 10 min.
when doughnuts were not dis spices that weren't availableon rival of America's longtime half lengthwise and slice thin dies Reduce temperature to
penned with the coffee and the front lines. The tender favorite apple pie crosswise. Toss lightly with I moderate (350 degrees) and bake
warm words of optimism. But doughnuts are the perfect com cheese, sugar flour, salt, clnna 35 to 40 minutes longer
the truth is that the Salvation plement to coffee and Ideal for For the fresh pear, when It'lserved mon, nutmeg and lemon juice Serve warm.
Army began In London in 1865 the kaffeeklatsches an election fragrantly warm from the

and the doughnuts did not be year always brings! Il oven in a ,blanket of flaky pastry -

come In that standard fare until 1917. : SISTER SALLY'S DOUGHNUTS d ,, has a beguilingly delicate w
war year, Salvation 5 cups all-purpose flour
Army lassies from the mid-west I H cups sugar flavor,
unknowingly started a great tradition 5 teaspoons baking powder The following reclpte for fresh
Assigned to the Salvation ]% teaspoon nutmeg pear pie departs from the clan
Army units stationed with 1 teaspoon cinnamon sic rule for the dessert and adds
the American Expeditionary % teaspoon mace Cheddar cheese to its filling
Force In France during World Y teaspoon salt Should you want to try a pie
War I, the "Sister Sallies." theAEF'I 2 eggs, beaten without the cheese, you are safe
pet name for the lassies, 1% cups milk in using six cups of sliced pared
saw that the men in the trenches 1 tablespoon shortening firm-ripe pears, mixed with
had coffee and food. Because
melted. hree-quarters cup of sugar, a
adequate baking facilities were Mix and sift flour sugar, couple of tablespoons of flour
hard to come by, the lassies de- baking powder, spices and salt a d and a suspicion of nutmeg and
cided to try frying batches of Combine eggs milk and melted grated lemon rind plus a generous -
doughnuts. Thus, the beginningof shortening. Stir into dry ingredients dotting of butter for a two-
a lasting and popular custom until a very soft dough crust nine Inch pie. I
As the days passed the score is formed. Chill until dough can I CHUNKS OF FRANKS alternated on skewers with cheese, Huffed olive, pickle slices -bby
of doughnuts rose higher and,be handled. Roll out '/J Inch and wedges of onion Is the latest way to serve franks The "Kabobed Franks" are turned GOLDEN PEAR PIE

higher By Dec. IS, a notation thick on well-floured surface under the broiler then popped Into a bun and dabbed with barbecue sauce Try them for 4 to S firm-ripe Anjou or Bose
in the diary of a famous Sister'Cut with doughnut cutter. Heat i the next party you plan

Sally, Ensign Margaret Sheldon shortening or vegetable oil, 2 pears er TREAT.Cliidel1'li
recorded that "on Saturday inches deep, to 375, Fry doughnuts A cup finely grated Cheddar AS e'flsb
I made 50 pies and 2.000 d'nuts." a few at a time. As soon Frank Kabobs Are I cheese Meot < ..
When World War I ended, the as they rise to the surface turn Thing"Kabobing 1/ cup sugar
Sister Sallies were the heroinesof with long handled fork. (Do not 2 tablespoons flour
every doughboy who ever re pierce.) Turn often until golden I""i teaspoon salt
ceived doughnuts and coffee and done. Remove with fork. a Frank" is the makings to suit a personal melted. Serve with Barbecue 1 teaspoon cinnamon
from their gentle hands. Hold over kettle to let excess latest way to serve franks on fancy. Sauce. ,'4 teaspoon nutmegIThresher

Today with modern equipment fat drip off. Drain on absorbent a bun Chunks of franks are The barbecue sauce to serve Thin Barbecue Sauce Yield:
Salvation Army workers paper Makes about 3 dozen. alternated on skewers with with the frank kabobs should 1 pint. Sinking =ainlMEAT
prepare and freeze dozens of I Note: Keep the dough as soft have plenty of
doughnuts well ahead of emerg as possible If too much flours cubes of cheese, pimiento stuffed pepper may be added Cayenne to the 1 stick (1cup) butter or

encies, then pop them into the used in rolling out, the doughnuts olives, pickle slices either Ingredients if a really "hot" margarine : Report To Be
fryer as needed. In New York, will be tough. If desired, sweet or dill, and wedges of sauce Is desired The recipe 1 cup vinegar

the Emergency Services recent. recipe may be cut in half. onion. Since franks are fully may be prepared ahead and V cup water Made Public Soon .
cooked, and the cheese melts stored in the refrigerator until Vt cup Worcestershire sauce
needed. TREAT IS A CUPBOARDFUL OF CAT FOODS all In ,. the only
quickly they need only a short / cup tomato catsup RICHLAND, Wash. (AP) A one.
i turn under the broiler. Then the FRANK KABOBS Vt teaspoon dry mustard report on the cause of the fatal cat food to combine ill your pet's essentials In one balanced blend

concoction Is popped into abu Yield: S servings 1 tablespoon minced onion plunge of the atomic subma that's so delicious no ut cm resist It,so nutritious no cit needs my

and dabbed generously with 1 1 teaspoon sugar rlne Thresher last year Is being thing else-ever. And you've nothing to add -TREAT Is already
pound franks U cup chili sauce prepared for public release, to flavor not In watery broth or but In
steeped perfection gooey gravy
19"Y barbecue sauce Next grasp V\ pound process cheese food l'/4 teaspoons lemon juice John Conway, executive director -
r the closed bun securely In one cut in cubes 1 small clove garlic, tied In of the Joint Congressional Its own natural'Juices. Whit more,TREAT comes In wonderful one-

hand and remove the skewer Sweet pickles, cut in chunks porous cloth bag Committee on Atomic Energy, meal cans(hit eliminate leftovers and stori In little space.Treat your

with the other. Onions cut in wedgesCut Cayenne pepper (optional) says cat to TREAT every day Irs everything he loves- and needs.AMERICAS .
each frank into 8 chunks Mix all ingredients togetherand The Navy now Is deleting
When company is a-comlng Alternate on a skewer frank simmer 1 hour to blend. classified material from the re
the kabobs may be made ahead pieces with cheese, pickles, and Remove garlic Add cayenne port, said Conway, and when hb ; FIRST COMPLETE
. and slipped into the refrigerator onion wedges beginning and pepper if a "hot" sauce is desired -his is done it will be turned (Z ) LINE OF CAT FOODSUlENCANNIIIQCOMrAflV.WOIURN
w w > until time to eat. Or bowlsof ending with franks. Broil until This sauce may be made over to the committee for release cuss
franks are hot and cheese Is and stored in the refrigerator to the public
fixings can be set out so ,
hat guests may combine the


Treats Tastes (P PU BlIX'j

Of The FamilyA 1rArrrasr.l -

taste treat Is In store when ..

ak your family comes home to a 1
dinner table spotlighting Veal IV*If. : UUM f anf
Surprise. You might even callIt =. ,.
*t. Dutch Ovm W/Cav
a gourmets specialty! 111.41 Vakio
Boneless veal shoulder which
has been cut Into cubes and
braised, appears atop a delightful I,
blend of browned almonds ,

and noodles A flavorful gravy
pours over the meat and poppy

seeds. offer a final intriguingnote. YOUR CHOICE OP OHE WITH BACH IVt qt c....*.. StuMto ,.. t'
.tS V.It.*
Home economist Reba Stapg $1OO WORTH OP tMJRLIX GOLD 104 Inch Covarad fry tutS
mentions that veal's delicate flaVor CASH REGISTER TAPES. *71 Vak
SPICES ARE ADDED to this doughnut recipe that orig readily accepts complementary -
(Hated with Salvation Army workers The doughnuts are fried sauces
thus making a perfect complement to coffee. VEAL SURPRISE
2 pounds boneless veal shoulder +er I Inch Cavarad Fry fan
cut In 1 Inch cubes ioVlValva 'A?..
2 tablespoons lard or
Ham Souffle
Thaw are Conulno Waar-Ivar
1 salt
I teaspoon (ALCOA) aluminum cooking t
Cures Leftover WoesWith I 1 clove garlic 1 a 1 utomiU-with handle guaranrood e' t
/i cup I 1 ee withstand 400 even
1 package (8 ounces) noodle 1 Nmpeetun-eh. finod quality 21*ajt TM Kattto

the spring season just 3 egg yolks, lightly beaten '/a cup sliced, blanched /7e 1 r' t aluminum cooking vttmllt ontho $ 71ValvoDOUBL.V

arriving it's time to take a renewed 3 egg whites, stiffly beaten almonds butter / ,! market today Look for thorn I
interest In serving left- Melt butter or margarine. 2 tablespoons or mar- a on ditplay at your noarby Polk
Stir In flour and dry garine Publlx Markati and boluro
ti\ County
overs in a stylish manner. The pepper Flour for gravy, If desired f cu Lrwla.
mustard. Add milk Cook stir S to a.v. Gold C* h log-
task Is really quite easy! 1 tablespoon poppyseeds ? A your f9..lf V.Iw
ring constantly, until thickened. male Tapot.
You might begin with a bright Brown veal In lard or drip-
Add cheese and cook
slowly until -
and cheerful Ham and Spinach lings Pour off drippings. Add
cheese Is melted. Add mixture

Souffle What a rewarding sight alt, garlic and water Cover
to see this epicurean dish slowly to egg yolks. Add tightly and cook slowly 45
,. ,
ham and spinach and fold in +S
emerge from the oven . all minutes or until done. Cook LlcPb
whites. Pour mixture intoa :
puffy, light and ready to serve egg oodles In boiling salted water
The ham for this dish is very 14-quart ungreased baking until tender; drain. Brown al-
dish Bake in a slow oven (300
finely chopped as Is the monde in butter or margarineand
F) 45 minutes 4 servings
add to noodles
spinach Beaten make the
souffle puffy, while eggs a cheese Note: To make timbales, Place noodles on large, heat
sauce adds its flavor. spoon about 3 tablespoons mix- ed platter Remove veal cube
You can confidently try this ture into eight 6-ounce un and arrange on noodles. Dis
souffle even with people who greased custard cups Bake in card garlic and thicken cooking
slow oven (300 F.) 45 minutes. liquid with flour for gravy i If
say they don't like spinach
desired, and pour over meat
Opinions are certain to change.
and noodles Sprinkle with
Reba Staggs, meat expert, EvergladesPark pop-
recommends storing leftover yseeds: Six servings

cooked meat tightly wrapped In
the refrigerator and using it Reports I HEMORRHOIDSFissures April 9 Mini
Within 2 or 3 days
Ham and Spinach Souffle Big Business : Fistulas and April ISthi ,

V/t! cups finely chopped cooked other Rectal Diseases

ham HOMESTEAD (AP) More successfully treated by LIMETUMBLER 1 1
V4 cup cooked fresh or frozen people visited the Everglades NON-SURGICAL

spinach, finely chopped National Park In March than In methods S
I tablespoons butter or any other month since it war

margarine dedicated In 1947. Superintendent NO LOSS OF TIME .41 1. A
3 tablespoons flour Stanley C Joseph report.
l/i teaspoon pepper He said the 102000 visitors DR. EARLE RABB Actual $1.25 Vii.. '

I li teaspoon dry mustard during March came from all M, CLINICN.D.. ToroMlM. o Pink '

1 cup milk states 9 Canadian provinces Pit. CV *..2M Winter M..... ValWw o IhM o u.. r.1 i )
I V4 cup grated Cheddar cheese and 25 foreign countries. I j visa,, a twit o OTOMO ,.


All county services have been
=- ' ap
expanded; yet, through extreme

care and greater efficiency, wet

have lowered your taxes! ",s.4." .

'\ rase ''ir r WITH PURCHASES OP

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Floyd Woods '
star Tol lay

Twiolor. m. ko SIml
L County Commissioner Countywide Vote yaor p.r kajaMSMoriMrt.. > .e fig'

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MY PLEDGE: p Conrtnuad** ,......kuiinasi-liko fe .h. cool SHOPPING IS A PLEASURE
of oil Folk County.

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# \ \ POLK COUNTY and SEBRING ONLY f Waldorf Tissue 4 roll reg; 29 C I

I e ryi" IETt -ITE 1 White or Colored Two-Ply Soft-Were
I reg. 25
t I Tissue 0 0 rolls
Li COLA E White or Colored .

MARKETS/ r fiS Scot Towels . 'large roll 29c19c
} plus tax
# 6.Bot, and. White or Colored Facial
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( 2 per customer with purchases Scott's White or ColoredFamily
of $5.00 or morel) s
Napkins 2 %:: 29'

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S ? Vanilla Wafers Apple Sauce'
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1 GREEN ti,\ t- \- I Cooks Minute Fast, Cooks Rice Fluffy r Prune. Juice

STAMPS .r.' 14.01.pkg' 45f. 3 quart $1
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3 | THURS., FRI, SAT. .
,. APRIL 9, 10, II, ." Jelly
\v 2.lb. 29C
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1 Swift Premium Assorted
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71k il .

half. 79Cgal.

Special Bonus Deal Pock

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. for Ifie ',cst: r ".

Hunt' Yellow.Cling r' e

Peach Halves Can: z 25C '

Hunt's Tasty Unpeeled WholeApricots

. "'r a 29C

Hunt's" Famous StewedTomatoes CYPRESS .

6 ;cans:303 $1 GARDENS

Hunt's Flavored Tomato ( .
Zesty t) Suntan R.r* N.lut.l Oill
Catsup 2 "r 29C lotion Will.rm.'Not n .tc.SumP ,
. Peel l AperevtdSet
for lekiet4ei.
Hunt's Fancy Solid.Pock >lelic; {
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Tomatoes Sir I I + te(
. can a
Hunt's Rich Flavored TomatoSauce
8 oz 33C
. . 3 can; beech-nut assorted for cooking or wrapping strongheart
Hunt's Rich Flavored TomatoPaste strained foods reynold's aluminum
baby foil dog food
39C .
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Swift's Premium
Tasty I S S

D Bag Sausage 3 lbs. 99c I Chuck Steaks lb. 49C !50mE, T:: 050
Copeland Fresh or Smoked Country I
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Link S9c I with Ihl4 .do psi
D Sausage . lb. I Short Ribs . lb. 39 lUCK SHAMPOO (Normal. Dry
I Tarnow's Cooked or Baked I ,...4-os..... ..t..ti I."...II 60c 11. 11M

D Sliced Ham . 6 pkg: 59 I Ground Beef lb.49C eJ OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOQ }1IIx'H,
!50m RrEi 50'
Tarnow's Assorted Mona Lisa I

D Pizza Pies' +with 50 couponDelicious stamps I I J" Green.4th.,.__.Stamps/........_..
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Fresh L' 1-lb. pkg. 59c
f.uln. fat. ".rll II, It44)OQOOQQQO.QQQ101Q1Q0 p;!
a King fish Steaks lb. 3Sc !1C e S| |

Herman Orange Band Sliced (+ 100 stamps) I. ..A NEW CROP 5OPR a 1Of5oJ,1

D Lunch. Meats 3 :k 9 : 87t JUICY FLORIDA VALENCIAORANGES I Green telden_...stampsl.

,(Bologna, Olive, PickU b Pimento) ;Tsmow-i Pin Plan,
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': s\ C 511VU FREE: 50I

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10-lb......bag 79c
1.411. Axn U. 1..1
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I o Potatoes ... .... . . . . .. .. .. 10 ft: 79 Tip T., As.nd
(Plui SO ..tr.9n. WW Crttn SMm,i with coupon) Fruit Drinks 9S5 99cH

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Fl *wful 6n SprinfD .
r4 Johnson w/Fdc.uco Scoce Chicken
Onions ............................. bunch 7 Croquettes . 12-01.pkg. 69 rt

1 I FI.loI. VI".al,.".. Btnqutt I,.".. AnarttJ

t I D Tomatoes ................... brimming basket. quart 49 Frozen Dinner pkg.reg. 39rt
Mrt Smith't Ziilf LimesMeringue
Pie"k"' 49 rt
o dairy specials '? Celumbii Ir n4 FrottH Sptnlib ;
C.lw4 M.rt."l". Qu! '." '.-. 5- 5 ; coco AT 8:30 A.M. Bean Soup . }1Spkg.% 39cSou
Kraft's Parkay ....... ctlll. 27ChecTw'hii orriALL II (...'. Quick Pri.n Whole
Ulelcoms.f 916 N. Mass. Ave.
.. ..........1..39- Potatoes . 2ba- 39 ... . lll J FUND 1065 S. Fla. Are.tr..kshne' ,...
* < >! " r Florida I Ccrton'I Quick F "
....... hd/. 19- s Grove Park Shopping Center
Tasty Yogurt ri r Fish Sticks 3 5e:k : $ I.
..,. , M A R K L T S
Wlu,min Chcou Ch.,4. ,., ; Visitors' Southgate Shopping Center
Longhorn Cheese ,.... 65 ,. '' PickDeVlled
Wia...." CM*>. '.", T.ty o Crab 'P5C: ;= 99rt i -.
Muenster Cheese ,.., T 69" IiI

niagara niagara argo Unitlaundry deliciously different! greenwood tiny "J f i
I corn argo starch spray starch instant starch gloss starch starch superfine limagrands whole beets r I

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30 LAKELAND LEDGER. Czechs, Germans

r Wednesday Plane, April Kills t, 1H4 German 'Birds' Provide Hearty Inviting Fare i Support NikitaIn

steak to % Inch thick Showdown Call
Deer I' Pound
I Young When substantial hearty fare of central Europe for people meats at one meal! braising liquid u the round 2 tablespoons lard or
On Runway I Is sought for satisfying man-site there come to meals seeking. A full cut beef round steak steak slowly cooks until tender. drippings ness.Cut Into six serving pieces MOSCOW (AP) -The Soviet,
appetites look to a meat dish filling foods. Note the amazement 1 teaspoon salt Place a sausage link on each
= styled In German attire. when the men discoverthey' is pounded and divided into 6 GERMAN BEEF BIRDS 1 can (It ounces) sauerkraut piece of steak and roll as a jelly news agency Tall said yesteit
= KANSAS CITY (APThere German Beef Birds are typical actually getting two serving pieces. Then a smoked 1 beef round steak cut J$ 1 can (11 ounces) tomatoes rod. Fasten with wooden picksor day the Communist parties d f
= were 707 deer killed by cars on sausage link Is placed on each Inch trick 1 medium onion, sliced skewers. Brown meat slowlyin Czechoslovakia and East Cier-,
= Missouri roads last year and piece of beef and the "birds"are I smoked sausage links 2 teaspoons caraway seeds lard or drippings. Pour off many have lined up behind Soviet
:: now one has been killed by a Spiegel Named Winner Of Award formed by rolling the meat drippings. Season with salt Premier Khrushchev In lib
: jet airplane. like a Jelly roll and fattening Drain .sauerkraut reserving call for a showdown with Red
: Paul Tichnor conservation with wooden picks. Cambodia Given Chinese Pledge I liquid. Add tomatoes onioncaraway China.
HOLLYWOOD (AP) Producer His films Include three Since the Germans are also The Communist
and from parties
I seeds liquid of
: agent said a Boeing 707 was ,
sauerkraut lovers
Sam Spiegel has been Academy Award winners -"On this tart and Hungary and Bulgaria
Cover tightly already
: taking off recently from Kansas "The vegetable cooks with the meat, PHNOM Cambodia, sauerkraut.
named winner of the Irving: G. the Waterfront Bridgeon PENH yesterday I cook slowly 1 hour Add sauerkraut -have pledged full support for
: City's Mid-Continent Inter-Thalberg Memorial Award presented the River Kwal" and "Law'renc. as do tomatoes, onion and cara- (AP-Mao Tze-tung has promised The Chinese Communist and continue cooking 30 Khrushchev's call for a world
:.. national Airport on a training by the Academy of Mo-' of Arabia." way seeds. Reba Staggs meat again to come to Cambo chairman gave the assurancein longer or until meat is meeting of Communist chiefs to
flight when a yearling buck tion Picture Arts & Sciences for, Spiegel will receive the cookery expert points out that dia's help if the Indochinese nation Peking to a Cambodian mill-j ,deal with the Peking Moscow
: deer dashed across the runway "outstanding motion picture award April 13 at the ttth annual the liquid from the sauerkrautand is attacked the official'tary delegation headed by tender. dispute.
I, r-- and was hit by the plane. production." Academy Awards show. I the tomatoes becomes the Cambodian press agency said Lon Nol. the defense Six servings.

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I ; KWIK CHEK Pears 3 N-" $ I00SAVE

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Lakeland Stores Only

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IS Point Is Proved By Tomato Juice I LAKELAND LEDGER. Wednesday April ft, US" 21

right The,the but customer there doesn't may are Indicationsthat always be paratlvely the report points new out.development Is I Zestily Spices Family Meal I

( always get The greatest number of home-
what she wants.
makers interviewed H-inch slices
A recent survey of homemaker -' preferredthe
I Ies I preference regarding thepackaging product In Its new packagebecause 1950.'f 1 2 cups water
I tablespoons flour
of a popular household of their conviction
esd I item-tomato juice Is a, "that glass Is O<<:orlesl, so thatit the ap- Brown short ribs in own fat .. .
case In point. The study, conducted cannot make Pour off drippings Season with "
er.Sa foods 'taste. the
Manufacturers for the Institute Glass Container, shows The votes pollsters were found, also, that vege water salt and and pepper.onion. Cover Add H tightly cup IIUMAN, Id t10A1A1y
hit ; that almost half of all U.S. tainers because cast for glass con : and cook slowly 1% hours. Add
the dlstaffers
families using tomato Juice like to "see the carrots,green pepper and celery !
product at
edd would like to buy it In glass glance." a and continue cooking 30 minutes
eddy Jars. But only a small fractionof "ease of serving They appreciated from the original the the to or until meat I Is tender andvegetables 1 oA1JFUS OlgIM..
are done.
the tomato
juice pack is in container" and the fact that the
Remove short ribs to heated
glass according to the "the
survey unused
rid portions can be resealed '
Flavored tomato Juice cocktail tightly for platter. Add 2 cups water and
storing eliminating
thicken: cooking liquid with flour
tonr hat been packed in glass the chore of transferring
for some time, but use of glass the liquid to another contain for gravy. Serve gravy over
for plain tomato juice Is a com er" 20. ; short Six servings.ribs.
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Lemons B B B Dozen 33e LARGE EGGS Canned Biscuits & 8(


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''I Shoulder Ground Chuck DINNERS Pure PorkSausage
59c orBoneless 69c Each 39 Lb.69c
Roast Stew 2
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Letter 24 LAKELAND Reveals LEDGER. Wednesday, April AEC-I, 11I4I .1U. S. Asks Allies' Help In Viet Nam, Latin AmericaWASHINGTON

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(AP) The themselves and from the United ballistic missiles at 800, most or log out the problems Involvedin other Latin-American nations a common Interest in seeing
United States Is determinedly States as cold war tensions all of which are believed to be forming a seaborne fleet of We believe that the North Atlantic that these aggressions" are I
Long Ago Quit Using pressing its divided European;; eased, that "massive Soviet targeted on European objec- 200 Polaris missiles. France has nations should recognize brought to an end.
r allies to provide more backing ground and nuclear forces are tives. this whole project and
and support for Its fight against still arrayed against Europe." Against the United States the rejected is ,
h Communist aggression In South The Soviet Union, In fact, has Russians have an estimated 100- the British government coop-
I >' Lie Detector Tests east Asia and Latin America. "many more missiles" aimed at plus Intercontinental missiles erating Britain Is reluctantly.working with However the other -, A True Story That Bean RetellingDon't I
The diplomatic strategy being Western Europe than at the and up to 100 seaborne missiles. interested allies in a lestship .
followed'by the Johnson administration United States, he said. In these The United States has about 670
Home. Ever
Paint Your
By STANLEY MEISLER a whitewash were denied by on this and other disputed circumstances, he declared, "it [ICBM's In place and 192 sea What project.is needed beyond shoring .
f' Associated Press Writer chairman John E. Moss, D- Issues within the alliance would be foolhardy to dismantlethe borne Polarises. the military defenses,

I, WASHINGTON (AP) Long Calif., who said Gallagher was Is to bypass countries like Rusk military did not strength give missile of NATO.fig." Rusk NATO said that should on Increase the militaryside Its Rusk up said, are "new patterns I If you are seriously thinking of annual cost of pointing end ether
secret evidence released France or Britain on question of collective action," especiallyfor Your home will
; was irked by subcommittee rules ures but a highly authoritative non-nuclear capacity for fighting pointing your home this year maintenance. In.
t today showing that the Atomic! which don't allow a nonmemberlike where major disagreements united front ex estimate puts the total of Soviet limited wars. That Is a fre- dealing with Communist expansion PlfOM, don't do anything until create In value and have 100%
and form
to a
I. Energy Commission stopped us- : campaigns In Asia, Lat- In touch with insulation, as well as fire protec
Gallagher to question wit. which intermediate and medium-range quently stated US. objective: you get us.
Ing lie detectors at Oak Ridge, with all\ the countries are in America and Africa."I tion.
k Tenn., 10 years ago because i It nesses. willing to cooperate. which the European allies usually have In mind," he said, I

was decided they were of little "There declared.The will be. no whitewash," Russian Forces Cited Mrs. KennedyEnds join Ignore.in forming Europe a strategic should also nuclear -"especially such countries as The ALUMINUM SIDING, INC. It TREMENDOUS SAVINGS . if
use In weeding out subversive Moss Laos and South Viet Nam, Introducing th.lr new ALUMINUM
of U.S. force, he ssid. take advantage of this Intro.
These points you
and other security risks. subcommittee plans todayto which of aggressionby
i are targets SIDING. A revolutionary exterior ,
toward the North ductory offer plus reliability,
and VacationWASHINGTON
The staff of the House subcommittee question Prof. Fred E. In strategy Problems Worked Out Hanoi, with the support of product for all types of existing the
on government information bauf, Northwestern University Atlantic Treaty Organization He reported the U.S. government the Chinese Communists, and structural, that liminotn painting backed up by many. years we
from speech In builncit.Call
released the evidence about the AEC's experience with emerged delivered clearly the Overseas a Press (AP) Mrs. and some other allies haveIn Cuba, which Is engaged In the fortvtr. Flft.cn home owner In have been
before It began another day of I lie detectors. to fact made "substantial and export of arms, subversive
Club In New York Tuesday night John F. Kennedy and her two this general area will be given an
NOW ask
I hearings on the use of lie detectors Inbau was one of several con- encouraging progress" in work- agents, and guerrilla leaders toRE to hove the exteriors 686.4945 for Mr
of State Dean children are together again after opportunity
by Secretary Lacey for FREE ESTIMATES
in the federal government sultants used by the AEC In
done, with
their homes
of special
Rusk a week's separation You under .
evaluating the use of the lie are no obligation.We
also remindedthe -ELECT' decorative features, at a very low
,detectors. Rusk sharply Mrs. Kennedy returned to her
Whitewash Charged The evidence released by staff European allies who have I home In Washington Monday ,SHELLEY SQONE:> coir. con arrange financing for as
Yesterday's hearing brought members of the subcommitteewas tended to pull apart among 1 night from a vacation in the low as $10.00 per month. No
sparks as Rep. Cornelius E in the form of a letter sent 1I I British West Indies. The children You can have a job that Is guar. money down and toke year ta
School '
Gallagher strode out of the ses.sion by the AEC to the Joint Con Counties To Get Caroline and John F. Jr., ; ; :Superintendent anteed a lifetime, for the tame pay. So dial 686.4 45 TODAYI! .
and accused the subcommittee -cessional Committee on Atomic came home from Mt. Mansfield, *: ; '7 \ ....... i:! adv
of trying to whitewash Energy.. The staff members said $46,000 From :Vt.. a ski resort. : ,, t. ::: : '' ": .. -
the lie detector Industry. I the letter had been classified ----
Before leaving the hearing, until now Race Track Tax
the New Jersey Democrat criticized
j government use of lie detectors Not Much Gained TALLAHASSEE (AP) -Eachof COOPERS SCHALIER'SMarket SAPP'SGrocery
I and brought up the case In the letter, the AEC said It I Florida's 67 counties were to I
of a 17-year-old girl from his had started using lie detectorsat
district who took a lie detectortest Oak Ridge In 1947 and had receive $46,000 yesterday from
on applying for a federal ended their use In 1953. the state's race track tax, an increase Super Market
clerk's job. The AEC said It had stopped of $5,000 over the same
He said she was battered with using lie detectors because "it month last year.
"many questions about her pri- was concluded that such a program I State Comptroller Ray Green 930 N. Florida Ave. 2110 New Tampa Hwy. Pear and N. Dakota
vate life and her sex life. could be expected to result aid the mailing Monday
Among other questions, he In only an indeterminate marinal brought to $178,000 the amount
said, she was asked (if she wasa increase in security beyond each county received since the. QUALITY MEATS AT LOWEST PRICES
homo-sexual. that which is currently afforded -fiscal began In July.
by established AEC procedures . ....
J Charges Denied for personnel, physical, FIRST CUT PORK
r; "It was a humiliating experience and document security."
; ," said Gallagher. "I just For these small increases Insecurity
wonder why a girl just out of the AEC said, it decided 11I1
I high school applying for a clerk the lie detector was not C
job Is subject to such probing" worth the cost in dollars and In

accusations about morale. .
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KII Returns f rents Major' on League Sport To Players Ball BUY 3-GET 4I

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,. > Ledger Sports Editor I
e t' In the past few years baseball has establishedone
,. trend your columnist lustily and happily ap fi /
plauds. The game is being given back to the play \ ,
ers and managers on the field while the front office t ,///t
if ticks strictly to business. ,
Jt About five years ago all one read or heard were '
1.e {Comments by general managers. It seemed the i I // $
actual execution of the game by players and the 1A ,
*handling of the team by managers was only instrufmental -
to the important careers of general managers. -
" f One wondered why and how these "Madison
j, *,Avenue frustrated fans" should suddenly take over e I' I ..i.iI
the so-called national pasttime. t
The Sporting News-baseball's bible-was loaded with
'. stories about how Frank Lane felt about this; what George 1
I 0 Weiss thought about the situation; Joe Brown Jr' comments I 'II
1 bout life in general; Bill DeWitt's Ideas about baseball, John
'I ]Holland t sayings and Wid Matthews' explanation for his complete ? I 1 h... ,
." demolition of what once had been a baseball team in the _
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fair city of Chicago. i i4-
Lane Is out of action. And now a thorough examination
of torn of his deals makes one wonder how this man got byall
these years. Ha wrecked some clubs hurt others and lathe \\ \ hn,?
process finally cost himself a job. It appeared he made
many deal Just to get his name and the club In the paper. 1
And some of those very ones backfired on him. As for Matthews Um''
one has only to look at the dismal record of the Chicago -
Cubs since World War II to see the results of his astute
handling of the situation.
S George Weiss, when he was the cold-blooded general manager ,
'1 of the New York Yankees, was usually the subject of
r articles by writers describing him as "a baseball genius One 1
I of the great baseball brains and general managers of our time.
Without him, the Yankees would be nothing" Weiss was subsequently
bounced by the owners-the Yankees continued to '
I win. 1

Weiss Goofed ) 1
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Weiss joined the New York Mets and had a chance to "i
start from scratch All he did the first year was make not a I J]"

slight error, but a monumental goof He grabbed a bunch of __ .
1 has-been names in an effort to compete with the New York
Yankees at the gate Ironically, he backed into a big gate as
fans took to the lowly and scrubby Mets But it was not of
C his doing. He flopped miserably, I haven't seen a George
; Weiss story in months.
The return to the general manager as the Inside man, Vireslone
operator of the ballclub, consultant with the manager on 1
deals and literally the Invisible man Is the way It should be
In baseball. Thirty years ago there was a slew of talented
general managers. And they kept themselves out of the pub i
lic's eye except when they had occasions to announce trades 1 1t
changes In managerial personnel and basic alterations In the
ments.operation of the club. Other than that they made no com SAFETY CHAMPION NYLONAmerica's

And the game remained where it belonged On the field.
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Charles Flnley'Is In the news again and the A's owner SIU rTfi-Ei 71st
this time has hit on an idea that might shake up a few club sTlrest TIREt
owners. Finley argues one of the reasons for the Jilpw York,
Yankee domination is the short right field fence In Yankee ki. e r e
Stadium that favors left hand pull hitters. He couldn't have '6.00-13 ttO.us 000.00
hit the nail more on the head. When the Stadium was designedit y" 6.esO-13 tt 9.25 tOO.OO
definitely had Babe Ruth in mind So Finley will build a
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"pennant porch" in KC Municipal Stadium to conform to
Yankee Stadium and measurements as close as baseball rules 6.70-15 t21.00 tOO.OO '

permit. Baseball rules state distances should be 320 feet. .; 7.10-15 t24.95 tOOOO
Yankee Stadium's right field line is 296 and the fence only 44 7.60-15 t27.35 tOO.OO
inches high. It does not drop away too greatly as It does in
left field. . Stetson signed Jack Dortch, a 6.foot-8 star with 8.00-15 t30.50 tOO.OO Jutsay"Charg&It"
Richmond Academy Augusta, Ga.? for 1964-1965. He finished 7.50-14 t21.00 tOO.OO
third in state scoring in Georgia. with 650 points along with 420 8,00-14 t24.98 tOO.OO
rebounds. . Stan Muslal in an article In Look magazine, '
blasted several Cardinal owners and officials for trading away j 8,50-14 t27.35 tOO.OO

flags from St Louis First of all was the sale for $50,000 of EASY BUDGET TERMSWHITEWALLS
Johnny Mize to the New York Giants In 1941 (ironically the T AH tire* plus! tax

Cards sold Mize conditionally to the Cincinnati Reds In '35 but 3.50 MORE EACH (first three tires) All tires mounted FREE!
the Reds called off the deal). Next Musial listed the '48 sale
of catcher Walker Cooper to the Giants for $175,000; the sale
in '49 of pitcher Murray Dickson to the Pirates. Branch Rickey
and Sam Breeden were involved In two of the deals and Fred m rttont "NO LIMIT GUARANTEEIs
Saigh In the Pirates trade. . Joe Cronin, president of the
American League said that if Yogi Berra returns to active

player status, the "manager can visit his pitcher only once I honored by thousands and thousands of Firestone dealers and stores In the United States Si Canada..wherever you travel
in a game" rule will be waived. If he remains a bench man
ager, it will of course, be in force , The United Football I FULL LIFETIME GUARANTEE NO LIMIT ON MILES OR MONTHS .
League will operate as an 8-club circuit In '64. Toronto's franchise against defects in workmanship and materials ...replacements are prorated on tread wear Your protection Firestone against GUARANTEE tiro provides O Ji R LI t;:: ""* Jr.t c.l
was turned down and Cleveland's will be transferred. and road hazard Injuries (except repairable and based on Firestone price current at time j dozens of road haiards ihuui emus c,nt Curb ChuctholM MM wens
Other clubs: Montreal, Charleston, S.C., Joliet III., Grand punctures) for the life of the original tread of adjustment

Rapids, Mich., Indianapolis and Toledo. Syracuse's franchisewill

also be moved. , Jeff Torborg, the first-year catcher Priced as shown at Firestone Stores;competitively priced or Firestone Dealers and ot all service stations displaying ine rtes Ono sign.
with the Los Angeles Dodgers and looming important In their
early-season plans with a knee injury sidelining John Rose-
boro, was a Dodger hater as a teenager. At Rutgers University
he received 15 major league offers but none from his
favorites, the Giants. Despite his lowly Texas League average
last summer (.223)), he will be kept by LA this season He AVIATOR
r signed for an SS5,000 bonus. One of the clinchers was the fact
a scout bought his mother a corsage when the family was '
taken out for dinner. Extra Large Top QualityCHAMOIS teoto

Phils Add CoachCLEARWATER Tampa Loses Out .i: 'I CUSHION "': ;-u 4''

[ (AP) MEMPHIS (AP)- The Southern

job Oldie, a 36-year-old catcher Bowling Congress voted ,
llrom Iowa City, Iowa, was yesterday to hold its 1966 tournament 4 Features bold stripe I -. I
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iroke into organized baseball in after the Jackson Miss, dele- Nylon Sewnthroughout 100% cod oil
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WORTH Tex. (AP) _,
Ace golfers Arnold Palmer and $ 55
leads Conference Jack Nicklaus have joined the Back measures IS* -' 5
field for the Colonial National'' high, seat measure!
COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) Invitation Tournament. I 16* x 16*. Features C Any
ert C. James, assistant ath- Also accepting bids this week, parallel .inter AmlrkenCer
director at the Air Force were Juan (Chl-Chl) Rodriguez, locking springs .T'
demy, was named. commis-! Jack Burke Jr and Dick Mayer.I LIMITED QUANTITIES Goa If Parts extra,
_er of the Mid American This filled 50 of the 70 berthsfor V ''t needed
ference Saturday : the $73,000 I I .
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r 18 years as commissioner.I BIG WINNERAGUA

R DEL PLATA Argentina -Walter McNally, a Los Angeles .I 202 N. MASS. AVE. NO
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Masters ; -.4 0 will be on tap tomorrow at 1:30: p.m. when the Tigers and .

Opens :kil JL Kansas City Athletics clash at Henley Field.In I
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the outfield for the Athletics will be Rocky Colavito, a Va

I I home-run hitter for Detroit for three seasons and traded to "
JIM BECKER to win the Masters last Old Sam Snead. 51, runnerupto '
By ever : Kansas City last fall for Jerry Lumpe Dave Wickersham and
ASIOClated Press Sports Writer year. If he repeats at the age of Guldahl In 1939 and winnerIn Ed Rakovr. eb

AUGUSTA. Ga. (AP) "Ona 24 he will be the second youngest 1949 and 1952 is rated a gen JA the fourth with three runs. AtKalme

.1 dry course we spot them six too.Byron. ''ulne chance. He shot a 69 in a Yesterday In Cocoa Mickey I led the Tiger attack witha I

strokes. When ftc wet it's Nelson won In 1937 at Tuesday practice round. Lolich became the first Tiger single and two doubles while

eight." the age of 23.: Palmer had a 7:. and admit' hurler to go the route. He'Jerry Lumpe had a double anda a f

i So estimated Billy Casper former For the first time in many ted he hit some drives farther stopped the Houston Colts on. single and Norm Cash chip.

I Open champion and one of years, all the living past cham- than any he ever hit before nine hits, fanned 11 and walked I ped In with a pair of singles c

the golfers rated a chance to cut pions are on hand. Ralph Gul- Nicklaus had a 71, as did Casper only one. The fine performance Yesterday was cut-down
fay 1t
Nitklaus the 1939 winner and plunked Lolich In a starting -
down long hitting Jack dahl one- with a vengeance. The filler
and Arnold Palmer in the 28th time undisputed king of golf is Mason Rudolph of Clarksville spot. Manager Charley; returned first baseman Bill Roman i
first time Tenn who is a possible title Dressen has stated he Is count-
Matters Golf Tournament beginning on hand for the since to the Syracuse club He
i threat also had a 69. log on the rookie southpaw to
Thursday. 1947 I took spring drills with Detroit 1r
fill in the caused by the
Casper finished his first prac. but has been on the Syracuse
/ LL trading of Jim Bunmng.
tics round over the Augusta National I ,roster. asked
1 They! Irs -year
said Although he had men on : :_ .. l
Course Tuesday and : waivers on pucner: rete Craig,; ,
"If ever a golf course was AMARO TRAPPED AND OUT-Bobby' KI.... Cin.in"kH ftkdi kkckiid ...."' ..., tags eat RubkR base In every Inning, Lolich The waivers cut not be with. f,

built for Nicklaus and Palmer I ,A"' .... of the PhllodklpMi Phllllkt .t ....... tri.. t. ik* bask to th* .... .'te, limp tntf.4bktwkkR kept the Colts under control drawn if he is claimed for the
Pitcher Hal Brown I
this is It And when It's wet If i the ..... I. third Innliit' kl jrkttkrdoy' lame t I. Tmp Cafthkr Hal Smith's throw, t* singled In the lone Colt run $8,000 price. If he is not claim.ed r \

more so." lint kflMmkd Bites Johnton atartad Amar ruu'' for 1ft.... bat. AP WlrapKatol) In the second. he will be optioned to on,

Soaked of the Tiger farm teams.
The Tigers cinched matters In 1
The course was soaked Mon a. I And sent to TIgertown for ,

day. A muggy overcast Tues- British Boats Law assignment (most of them will I

day didn't do much to put any ImpressiveIn Royals Beat probably finish up with Syn. II

roll back In the fairways. More cuss) were: Pitchers Wllln I

showers were expected today. Take Lead In Smith Bill Faul Jack Ham.l..

Anything can happen for the 21 Wednesday April I. IKtI Boston 10293CINCINNATI ton, Dennis Mclain, Bob Dus.

tournament since the locals say tal and Doug Gallagher: 'In.

"we usually get one day of rain Nassau Race Comeback TryBy fielder Ray Oyler and outfield.

om day of sun one day of wind I (AP-Cmcin- er Purn Goldy.

and one nice one but not neces- nati's one-two punch of Oscar Dressen surprised observer

saldy In that order." Red Wings Leafs Even NASSAU Bahamas CAP) Robertson and Jerry Lucas by deciding to keep catcher

\ Under the best of conditions ;Iwo British boats shot Into the MIKE RATHET ey Lolich turned In solid pitchIng powered the Royals to a do-or- John Sullivan as No. 3 receiver

the course which is just a short lead In "the world's most rug-,Associated Press Sports Writer performances.Segul die fourth.game victory over while George Smith, normally

j chip shot under 7,000 yards is ed" powerboat race today after Pittsburgh right-hander VernLaw. hurled shutout ball In the Boston Celtics in the East a light hitter swatted his Way

a hacker's nightmare and .a Stanley Cup PlayoffsWAYNE'S :all American craft that had a respected elder In the his eight-inning stint, allowing em Division playoff finals of the on the roster with a fine spring

short hitter's Hades. When it's l been setting the pace ran Into Mormon Church has run afoulof only six hits but the A's had to National Basketball Association Smith has always been a sharp

wet the bunters might as well I I near disaster on choppy seas.: baseball law.ContinuIng hold on once he left before nad- Tuesday night. fielder and the former St. Pete

stay home. By DICK COUCH tipper's blast at referee Frank A 40-foot Allied Marine skip- his impressive big an 8-5 victory over the New i Boston winner of the first Gibbs High grid and baseball

The tees are usually placed so Associated Press Sports Writer dvari after last Sunday's fifth I pered by Jim Martenhoff. boating pitching in a comeback bid. the York Mets. Lolich scattered three in the best-of-seven set star may get a shot at third ,

that drives must carry uphill Sid Abel Detroit's outspoken game won by Chicago 32. editor of the Miami Herald, Deacon hurled six innings of nine hits striking out 11, .. he was in position to take Its eighth base. The dropping of 10 cuts

On a dry day, the short hittershit hockey coach Is $500 poorer Abel read the announcement I lashed a ,"mayday" call at perfect ball Tuesday in the Plates' went the route In the Tigers' 4-1 straight division title Tuesday the Bengals to the permitted 28

and hope the ball will roll to and a lot happier today after of the fine to his players Just !.23: a.m. (EST) one hour and 3-2. 10-lnnlng exhibitionloss victory over Houston. night but ended up on the short but since touch will be on the
On wet day they just 23 minutes after the start of the to St. Louis an effort that Lee Thomas drove in hi. 29th National Defense list an
the top. a the Red Wings' 7-2 "stay alive"victory before Tuesday night's game end of the score 102-93. open.
should have thrown Law into of the in the LosAngell'
64-nautlcal mile race from Miami run spring ing Is there for the Bengals to
hope. over Chicago In Tuesday "I no sooner began to read it I The series moves to Boston
The big. straight hitters night's Stanley Cup action. than I realized these guys were to Nassau. the spotlight for one of theame's Angeles 3-2 triumph for the fifth game Thursday pick up a first-year waiver

meaning Nicklaus and Palmercan hot enough to melt he Ice" The report said the big diesel- biggest plums-an open- over Cleveland Bob Allison night. player. They grabbed McLam
the ball to the top The Wings' decision squared powered boat was "shippingwater ing day assignment.But singled home the winning runs that way last spring from the
paste Abel said after the X.ings had "The pressure was on us and
the fly. And they their semifinal series with the fast" and in danger of the big book of baseballlaw Minnesota edged Washington Chicago White Sox.
of the hill on I told
wrath the
turned their on Chicago team to just relax and I
Black Hawks at 3-3 same countas of first has thrown him a curve. 5-4 and Harry Bright's two-run
short the The to have
get extra roll when they get goalies Glenn Hall and Denis inking just play their normal ," saidRoyals' Tigers were
there. the other set between Toronto check point at Cat Cay Island The one-time 20-game winner double led the New York Yankees game worked out today while Hank
Coach Jack McMahon I
invited field of about and Montreal. The Maple JeJordy. RescuedA and hero of the Pirates' 1960 to a 4-3 decision over the Aguirre was to have pitched fur
An Leafs even Tuesday night Hall turned over the pads to decided' "We only made some small adjustments I11
90 players will tee off Thursdayin pulled Coast Guard plane hurried :World Series triumph Los Angeles Dodgers.Jim on both offense and' Syracuse against Little Rock.
Bower after being clipped for '
when goalie Johnny DeJordy last to retire-temporarily Maloney pitched eight innings
pursuit of Nicklaus the defending to the scene and reported 20 year defense" DITI: TIt I HOUSTON
champion. The big blanked the Canadians 3-0. five Detroit goals in two peri minutes later that Martenhoff at least. In accordance with that and stroked three singles Russell I C MI 10a58005? 8.54Sns.nI 405

blonde Ohio Golden Bear Is aim The deciding games In the ods. DeJordy gave up the last and three crewmen, Bob Robin' decision Law was placed on the as Cincinnati beat Philadelphia I Stopped I.S'00028403F..25 385Cs'S
But those adjustments I" 4 I a Whts 2. 5 I ICsI
be the first player eve best-of-seven sets will be playedat two goals, including Norm UU son, Ralph Stevens and Rex voluntary retired list. 8-4. the Chicago White Sox took just ,.. rf 4 I ...u'_ I" 2 S 1D..t.rcf4
ing bottled
and Montreal thurs- man's third of the game. Must Walt Days advantage of Norm Slebern's up Boston's Bill I 1MA0I
to repeat. Chicago Gavorchln. were being taken off Russell. The s 2 : Etf .i : 5
Abel called Udvarl "gutless"for made him Ineligible went to defeat big center, who led woos as a 55 5Push.
That move and on
He was the youngest player day night. the boat by a civilian vessel. error the Celtics in the first three' ., 0 a I I Wco.. cf 4 I
Clarence Campbell president allowing a disputed Chicago With Martenhoff out of it, Max for reinstatement to the Baltimore 3-1 and the Chicago .h.h 0 4 C IINkl,. rf J 5 5

of the National Hockey League goal In Sunday's game. The Aitken of the London Express active roster until six days after Cubs rode four unearned runs games got only one field goal :. ." i : 3

. Injury Hampers docked Abel for the Detroit Red Wings' coach said the ret-newspaper family, drove his 38- the 1964 season opens. to a 4-2 victory over Boston. and seven free throws for nine jt;: ."': 0 : SO
points.[ He grabbed 24 rebounds 253
tree "blew the call and knewit. foot Bertram "Vivacity" into L:: on aTitols
Fennel 1
Miami's but Lucas pulled down 23: for
Kansas City'sDiego -
the lead. Besides 35 ; T..... 1 "
FSC Netters incident and Detroit's Mick the Royals.In ... ... .
Udvari presided-without
In second position seven minutes soS Soc Suso Sn 755
MIAMI W-Pol8 Vaulter John DreadnoughtsBow the NBA's Western Division .. .,"..... tel' 55880050 I. 5*,
-In the Toronto-Montreal back the Zearl D.T.OIT .. ..... "1HOU.TON ..
came oEucan 5,0 300 -
Pennel plans to decide Thursday night. finals St. Louis and San ... .. .... ... SoS -1
scrap Tuesday In the 23 foot formula"Migrant. .
I.S.oci .o..n H.A.t.n.
whether a back injury will Francisco tangle In a fourth .. .
HocoWo 27-la. DP-o toF
Defeated 8-1
him from competing InSaturday' I To tonight at St. Louis. The .. to "U""O"" I 55545 to ".0 to ...,..
prevent Jim of Miami and Bill Grapefruit League King game .800u Wsb. to .........m.. LO.-
Wynne ,
. .
Southwestern Relayin Hawks lead that series 2 I. 0.05.5. 8 Hou.ton 1. a'-K. 3.Wy05
Tops In Field McKeown of New York were .. ""'to. Woct, a-w_ ass0 -
Th. .ci.Wd susNATIOAAI ,.. ..
Louisiana.The i.lnl-! a" McMahon credited Robert- 5550', MoAUIffs. Puhs S'ooo
record setting Miamian DeLAND The Stetson third in a 23-foot formula, one W pt.I LPG':. ... Pet I Fanning 17 and hurling a 3- son's second half performanceand ... H 0 555550
versity Hatters slammed the SALISBURY. C. W-Sports minute behind the Zearl. 4. 1'M II 1 ..00 CI..I'" U 5* .5a3N5. hurled Lo''," IW) S S I I II
hitter Jamie Driggers ., ,
;nJured his back in practice several sso4us $5 .50at Lucas' rebounding as the 530 10 I I I
visiting Florida Southern Col caster Chris Shenkel of the Columbia A southeast winds blowing at : : :: ii :.418chA' 500 5,100 2 I 5 0 a S
eNds. 8-3
weeks ago. "I've been trying 8-1 ..00'. Am'. C I* .... the King Lions to an Group big factors in the Royals' win. u-NbI,, .... 555..... WillIams s.dLOubocd
of Lakeland 0
I legs netters Broadcasting Systemand 18 knots and seas three to five .. _. .
to get this thing into shape PAd'' II 4 .... N. v.'5 C 55 aJlAMI.ICAN 4 baseball victory over the Robertson got 23: points in the T-5.18. .on.TU..Y'
here yesterday afternoon.The New York Times sports feet tall made this eighth annual ueuaw. .
I it W. Lakeland Dreadnaughts I last PIOSTsSc
time I injure
but last half and ended with 33
every only thing that kept Stet writer Arthur Daley were named running of the Miami AlA' : rI Ani's : 11 ASS.t up Th. A.so.hd P..0
i. : at Henley Field. ,..
again, he said. .. 051 .s7 night to share scoring honors with IoIIW 7005-7.50 T 544' 5,0v.k
"I think it be a pinched son from gaining a shutout over by their colleagues as tops in Nassau event a stern test oman Ch'U. II II too Roato 5 If ..330Pd Driggers' own wildness led .....,..t.._ Juan. .._ loa, Pus'S.
may the Celtics' Jones.
of Larry U .451 Clava. S II .30k Sam
the Moos was the effort -their fields V'II 10 .... .
Tuesday night. and boat. It Jkkiluda in the HOUlTON CI. Willisul2s5'A
in the lower back at Wathtaam 0 II ISO "5 City to the Lakeland runs
nerve Jack with 31 .. ,,
.. Twyman points
who ka- H .s5A5 0ctosWd To" m VrSd.
Lakeland lad .1. .mA'
least that's what the doctor Hale 8-4.1 Shenkel and Daley were presented Just eight minutes after the 505.kt n4inat m..... .Ini...... ....... and .. na< second inning The loss wasLakelalld' also turned in a .. tllli. Los .n...... Ik
performance -
trimmed Jack Mclvaln 6 2, ., .. taagua top OKLAHOMA CITY Wilhalmlamaura V.n
first casualty was reported. .Iude OA"'" .in.t miner
said. It hurts most of the time of national awards at the kr 5" l."A.TOM0050W. fifth In six group for the Royals. : aarmany. 0.aw Cn
in the opening singles "Tradewinds" little 20 foot OAM0KANSAS Mat. t :
especially when I move the annual dinner of the National a CITY... OITROITMlml AT games and ninth In 11 games.
the contest and Sportswriters Cobia driven by George Bunnell will at Manatee on
North Sportscasters SLANG
The recent They play
wrong way. ... ,_
Results of yesterday's .It 'S.Th'OSOO
east Louisiana State graduate : Association._ _ _ _ _ of Vero Beach blew an engine. Ch.MI..uk...... (M) WOo Rotten Friday, afternoon. Officials
matches: (A) m. Cincinnati at MaeMnVr BUly. led 11.hit City
said he will make a definite decision Austin an King Tiger
NaLtt-Larry M.,.. WC Jafaataa : nal_ WOo Ctovetank"mneaeta ,
with two singles a
Thursday. __ ... Mclvain, Stattan. s-a. 4i' M. va. Haw SAC (N) kt SiJL
.... ....._ .
G. IMtoen (Mva '.ke. r.3 .. double. Palmer
:, ..t. .-., D. Wall, Staaan. .kalaal N YeVk"'AI.... W..hlnRtB M Pomkana two-run Larry
D... Wattan, F,C, .. "-T| R. Reach had an Infield single and a long
11.'e,, . Station, dafaatatf Ragar La- ft tua, ... Hauaton a< C- Discuss New Stadium
., riC. C. Oontalaa, Stal- baa A"..... va. U. of eutham 2-run homer over the left field
o f .. ...
C, ... .
Rakar. PS
Oalaatea' .hULM
I A. RKialawr' Rtataan, ....._ Tamarron California An..'" CAI at Los... H.A...... wall for the victors. I
ttatwndafaatad ., TUUDAY" .. Lakeland got Its three runs
HI,.-A". Ahlgran, FIG, '-1, 5 I. .ou.t 3 4,. PthDo-SS Mocs50. I.a. In the second on a sIngle by With an eye to replacing to say but as you well know
(4l Coamay. MidaXck tattan da (A) J. .. iMinneaaU '. I.
ChkaM have here
& laatad. kltfco-Lavina., FSC e ,. 1 5. watninkton. 4. Ken Titus one of two lor the Henley Field with a modern we a problem
Wall A. Ramami, Station, dafaatotkarrkn.Jaa Ch..... 4. keaton 1 (pointed to the stadium bleachers -
_Caehnaur, F.C. S-4. 44. Laa A....,.. (A) a, Cleveland 3. night an infield hit by Robert stadium, representatives of the
C'0.'"...5. a, philadolaOia 4. Moore, two wild pitches ) and that was the purposeof
'I.I.lII.lIl1 Maw VarM lAS 4. Lea Anaetee (N) SHaneaa Detroit Tigers led by General "
City S. Now Tar. (N) 5. the second coming on a our informal meeting.
strikeout to Mickey PennIngton. Manager James Campbell The Tigers have pointed out

Dinner To Honor Elwood DuVal's hit anda met with city officials in an that limited box seats kill any

balk. DuVal had home informal session. large advance sale for exhibition -

Santa Fe Cagers seemingly stolen and Penning. "We discussed matters along games and that the wood

I ton was almost home as the lines outlined earlier this en bleachers and stands are

PACKAGE STOKE The Santa Fe Catholic High Drlft rs th.',. wild at the season," Campbell pointed out. not the most comfortable in

School Boosters Club will honor plate but the King Lloe hurl "We talked over the situation the world. Complaints have

256 N. KENTUCKY AVE. OPIN I the members of the State Class er balked se Pcnnlngton was and outlined our problems and been filed by many fans -

PIt I. SAT. TILL 10SPECIALSTHUR. C runnerup Crimson Hawks at sent back to third. what we felt was needed to particularly the tourists.

a dinner at 7 p.m. today. King cinched matters in the solve the situation. It was an The stands were constructed

: FRI. SAT. The dinner will be at the Red fifth on a double by Parker a informal affair and many in the '20'.. Lakeland has

Barn on U. S. Highway 92. hit batter, Austin's two-run double more meetings will have to be made steady improvements In

CUT KATE LIQUORS No awards will be presentedas and a sacrifice fly. Palmer held before any definite solution the playing field and a new

__ t _____ the dinner Is being held in poked his two-run homer In the is reached. clubhouse was constructed m

recognition of achievement. sixth.! "Most important of all we 1960. In 1953 Tigertown

There will be no guest speaker.Dr. KINO . .. en in 0-.S n i iUkKILAND I (Detroit) want the people of lodwick Airport-was opened
kM kOO k-I I I IOr
YOUR CHOICE John Stanton Is president .. Katol .. wada (SMR. Lakeland
_ _ ..... e.a .'...and .otI. u know we are not and dedicated as a farm train.
of the Boosters Club. P.I"'.. applying pressure We're here ing site for Detroit farm clubs

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2 Reichler Picks Yankees To Repeat I

5th t"W'li- _" ..., A.- _......._ _._....._,._ __,. I" ; I

ALL WORK AND NO PLAY J.ck NickUui. fafandm* Tigers 4th Behind Twins I II

CRamplan, I I. ad Rviinait *i hk (art l.t to iirkka putt diirinj Orioles

STILLBROOKROCKING predict round for the Mitten Golf Teurnement *l AiifuiN, Ge., I- /I

_ yaitanUf.,. AP Wlrakhktklitnotiitctitff) II JOE REICHLER Mantle "
By Mickey and
6-Yeor-Old Bourbon I I Roger was last year newcomers Norm Siebern and
Associated Press Sports Writer Maria? Even without them for The Yankee outfield
trio of Willie Kirkland. The is
NEW YORK (AP)-As Impregnable half a season the Yankees ran Mantle Mans and pitching
Tommy strong and could rate with the
as Fort Knox and almost off with the 1963
championship Tresh and the Infield .
I / Joe best if Chuck Estrada's apparent
as rich the New York by 10 games. Pepitone.
Yankees are so far superior to, The order of recovery following an elbow
HALLER BLEND : possible finish: Tony Kubek and Clete Boyer I.
the rest of the American League 1. New York operation no myth.
rank tops in the
NEW STORE HOURSFor league. Al Lopez manager of the
it is conceivable they could 2. Minnesota Catcher Elston
Howard the
White Sox maintains his
HALLER BOURBON wrap up their fifth consecutive 3. Baltimore league's Most Valuable Playerof optimism but Pete perennial Ward

pennant in record time. 4. Detroit 1963, Is in class
Your Shopping Convenience a by himself. his slugging third baseman,
battle be
I The big figures to :5. Chicago The Twins
_ compare favorably continues suffer from
to a
for second place. Four teams- 6. Cleveland

.... Calvert Extra V 369S6' I Monday thru 7.3 0 O Minnesota Baltimore Chicagoand 7. Boston with They have the good Yankees 1. if not in outstanding power. as chronic a pinched back nerve.Detroit ache. diagnosed

I FridaySaturday A.M. P.M. Detroit will probably 8. Los Angeles pitching, but lack the
tight has improved Its Infield -
proofSEAGRAM'S knock each other's brains out 9. Washington
> defense
so vital to a and outfield by the
pennant acquintlon -
l for the spot 10. Kansas
runner-up City
7:30 winner they '
were eighth In of second baseman Jerry
P.M. I i Of the others only Cleveland I Yogi Bern the new manager fielding last
year and the switchat Lumpe and center fielder Don
to have a chance U I claims the Yankees
7 Crown 475 appears are first from Vic Power to Bob Demeter. Frank Lary, the ailing
Qe first division. Th
Full Quart sneak Into the 'stronger than last year. His Allison
_ _ : doesn't figure to eliminate : right-hander has pitched
ORANGE LUMBER CO. Immediate future bodes Ufor\ argument is simple and direct. that weakness

Boston Los Angeles Washington "Our outfield Is the best our Manager Hank
Bauer has in-

_ l l.5.r Limit 700 W. Memorial Blvd. Phone 686.6153 How and can Kansas the other City.clubs stop>I infield is the is the best best" and he said our catching "And- stilled tome aggressiveness in, t
: :tti; the Baltimore
; :; I II
; | line-up which,
?4r4y4y' L the Yankees with a healthy'our pitching Is better than It figures to 4* strengthened by'I

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SPORTS OF THE TIMES ....... ....,. '", 1'P.Iaoir. .. .-.. __,.. _.._. __ ___ _.. "..,, """" ..

A Star So Jim Hand Picks Cards To Win NL Flag ;

-- Raises His GoalBy Dodgers Tabbed 2nd ; Giants Third

ARTHUR DALEY that he missed I thought he'd By JACK HAND Nobody has repeated In this Here'i the way it looks from a bit better but not enough to ston must worry about catcher long shot chance Is Philadelphia
JCttaork| rim least expect a side arm, Associated Press Sports Writer well.balanced league since Mil. here: catch UM rest Johnny Roseboro'i condition. Gene Mauch has the pitching

NEW YORK-Whenever Jim change-up curve. I threw him I NEW YORK (AP) It has I waukee in 195758. Four different 1. St. Louis St Louis has the league's' The Giants have been ripping with the addition of Jim
Maloney was asked during one and he tapped it to the been 18 long, dry years since all-star Infield a top young the Cactus League competitionto Bunning and enough hitting if
spring training a year ago infield.' He said afterwardsthat the St. Louis Cardinals won a teams have won in the list 2. Los Angeles catcher In Tim McCarver and shreds while compiling gaudy his front line can remain Intact.

what. hit goal was for the he'd have been dead If'' National League pennant The(four years starting with Pittsburgh 3.4. San Francisco added pitching strength In Roger 400 batting averages and be- Rookie Richie Allen must continue

and forthcoming season, the I'd thrown him another blazer drought is over. Despite the re- in 19 0. With the exception 5. Milwaukee Philadelphia Craig to help Bob Gibson having like men with a mission his fine spring work.

strong-armed right-hander for But who knows? He might rement of Stan Musial they of the Colts and Mets. only 6.I Cincinnati Ernie Brogtio and Curt Sim It remains to be seen if rookie Milwaukee will batter down
the Cincinnati Red had the have hit it out of the park. : will scramble home first this the Cardinals Phils and Cubs 7 r. Chicago moos Much depends on a come Jim Hart and Jay Alou will fence and score run by the
Ir a answer ready. The trouble "If I mined the record I season In another typical cut .. back by pitcher Ray Washburnand make It and whether Bob Hend carload. The question here 1 IJ
I ta was that only one guy bothered still had a shot at the big one. throat struggle have failed to make the grade 9. Pittsburgh Houston the ability of Charlie James ley and Bob Shaw will be the whether Bobby Bragan has

andAI to spring the question on With three innings left I had The world champion Los An. in the last six years. I 10. New York and rookie Johnny Lewis or tonic the staff needs. enough pitching after be gets
him."I'd IS strikeout and I became eles Dodgers will be in It. Sowill It Is about time for another Carl Warwick to make the Actually the club that has a put Warren Spahn.
be quite happy to win strikeout-conscious again. I San Francisco, Philadeihia pennant for the Red Birds who In the American League you grade as regulars In the outfield
vithhile IS games," aid Maloney with strained too much and startedto and Milwaukee. Cincinnati haven't been In a World Series tart with New York and work with Curt Flood.

1 brashness that almost found tire. I got only one more could be a factor Even Pittsburgh since IMS when Enos Slaughter down. In the National you open Pitching again must do the
and ed like impertinence. Hu inquisitor strikeout. Of all people, it and Chicago are poasibilea. made his famous dash home with New York on the bottom heavy work for the Dodgers,
hip. was too polite to was Aaron. I had to be relieved ? Only Houston and the poor from first base while Johnny and work up. Not even the plush with Sandy Koufax and Don
laugh.. with two out to go in old New York Meta appear out Pesky of the Boston Sox hesitated Shea Stadium can rescue the Drysdale carrying the load If
day The answer seemed quite the ninth." classed. Mets from a third straight yearin they make it again it will be
:ers outlandish. Although Malon- A break that was disastrous1 the cellar. Houston may be razor thin because Walter Al-

Ro eye potential was there-the for the Reds was the break'

He Reds gave him a bonus of that gave Maloney his op .w

rOil more than S70.DOO-lt was as portunity. Purkey and Joey .! ; Pastrana Vows To Keep '
Use yet unrealized Suddenly and Jay both 20-game winners a Vy M.l..w.aM'rs.r
ear Unexpectedly last year however year earlier, couldn't win last y 1r

alg.III. the dividends of that investment season and Maloney' moved pl N rX
\ began to roll in. into the rotation. Although he Title In Peralta Bout

,its.ong the. Maloney became a 23-game had a record of 11 and 2 at [
winner. the All Star intermission he w .
Now he has a slightly dif was not even chosen for the I NEW ORLEANS (AP)-In an Pastrano gets his return crackat

ferent reply ready for that National League team. He was era of alibiing losers Willie the Argentine Friday In a 15-

for same query But a whimsical so unbelievably good that other astrano appears as odd as a round title fight at the MunicIpal -
sill twinkle enters his blue eyes managers didn't think he teenager driving M miles per Auditorium. It will be televised

rl. when he mentions his new was for real. hour on a speedway nationally, ABC, 10 p.m.
IlieIii. goal "A lot of people thought I The light heavyweight champion EST.

"I've had to raise my was nuts," he said with a grin lost a non-title rounder "I watched Peralta beat

us. sights" he says with a studied "when I set my goal at 15 to Argentina's Gregorio Peralta Wayne Thornton in those two
In.Id. Innocence. "My ambition now victories. But when I actually last Sept 20 and never once did Revision fights after he won

Is to win 16 games." reached No. 15, there was still # he give out with the standard from me and he fought the

Because he can throw a two months of the season left "We wuz robbed" excuse lime way" said White "He
ers baseball through armorplate, to play" "He beat me, no question ike* to take charge In a fight.
her the big fellow loved to whistle The day Maloney went beyond about it," said Pastrano again 1 don't think he'll like It If it's

ver the ball past the batten. It 15 and entered the sacrosanct today. "He't an awkward type the other way around. I think

sits was the example of Bob Purkey portals of the Twenty fighter who surprised me with he'll get flustered

say a craftsman who rarely Game Club on his way to his his style. I was In good shape "So that's what I'm going to

ng strikes out anyone that gave 23game year there was physically but not up mentally.I do. I'm going to get Inside and

amp him the proper philosophical much rejoicing in Fresno. guess I was too O\'er 'ete I approach he needed. Calif On that very day Dick "I never heard of him I That would be a switch from

sail "One day I fanned 14 hit Ellsworth of the Chicago Cub thought he was just another one fleet-footed Willie's usual dancng ..
r ASS CATCH-M.rt.r.t IHW I*, left, 4 D* .rab IiMMt -
card! ten," said Maloney not long also won No. 20 while enrouteto of those wild swingers from Argentina style. The 21-year-old champion
.. .
bald< . SMH. k bow t. r **"|lit whi. fisiJagM.
i sit 28 ago In Florida "and I was a 22-game year. They once like Jorge Fernandez a pro since he was 15, Scad Cully pftM.h.t. pits w.M .< La..r...... Tbtyut fished.
and Rivera But he's cute Hits about the
exhausted. That's when I had been teammates on the Rocky normally ring
W 1".11, Livt Bait H M.
Ihen. realized that Purkey used less same Fresno high school team and knows what he's doing He jabbing and moving
effort to pitch three games Ellsworth as a pitcher and shifts from a right-hsnded to "I can't afford to lose this
to than I needed to pitch one. Maloney as a shortstop. Coincidence left-handed stance and he had one" said Pastrano "and I'm

veram It's easier to get rid of the hitters can't have a longerarm $011 STRING-Drmu Parks el 1014 M. dow A..., .holdsup me baffled. This time I'll be not going to."

i by using your helpers !than that. the itriitf of block ban sad <.rfiik tit aught while fishing ready for him." Pastrano has been guaranteed The World's

the and not trying to do it all your. "I'm still young at this Clerk f W. H. _t lr*. MMM for hit sad s gaper Semis fair* $50.000 for his first defense

use j I self I still enjoy striking out game" says Maloney in the in slaking" fib tech .114 fl..... eat of Tfc I.it Wilt of the 175-pound division crown I 1 Finest Bourbon
batters but I don't go for It gushing confidence of youth he won on a close decision over .

ink for as deliberately as I once did. "And I like to think I'm as Harold Johnson at Las Vegas since 1795

And I still get them anyway" good as anyone" FISHING. HUNTING r last June 1.

Some managers insist that This even could be an underestimation rtua
en the powerfully built Maloneyhe's Once his enormous Senior Loop Slates
,) Io I 23 years old 6 feet 2 and natural talents are prop Snake Gopher
First RegistrationAll
, 205 pounds-is faster than erly channeled by experienceand I a.BDIf.

l i Sandy Koufax. The only maturity be could becomethe r boys, ages 15-18 In the

5.) a 1Ii i pitcher in the majors who had best.Posco. Battle In Hole A Lakeland area desiring to play I
more strikeouts than Big 1 Senior League baseball are re
. Jim's 26S the Dodger wizard Saturday .
I was .. quested to meet at 2 p m.
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with 306 Maloney also at the Dixieland Elemen
a) .a came closer than anyone else TripsKathleen By FRED W. JONES tary SchooL

, r last year to matching the one- Fubing-Hunslng Editor Boys who played last yearend
game record of 18 strikeouts t"dM t 'vy' who will be eligible this
4-2 I've got a that I've to tell I But first
,- that Koufax Jointly holds. story got you a easoa are urged to attend this
.-a "It was against the Braves" little background. first session as new cards wall
,4a. recounted Maloney "and I Here in Florida we have a snake we call a "rat snake be distributed. New boys com
... Mike limited WHISKEY ourinto AND MTTUD-
Southpaw Knapp
.- knew I had a string of successive It is also often called a chicken snake etc. It Is the one ing out for the first time are If THE JAMlS R $LAM DISTILLING co.
. the Kathleen Senior Red Devil CLEXMONT HAil, WTucar
a. their birth 5 .,
11- strikeouts going for with lengthwise wipt'l-'ellow. orange and black. It Is a required to bring
four hits and his Pasco
... me. But I didn't know how to Higteammates constrictor and is very adept at catching rats and other certificate An insurance fee of
of Dade hAnded
IDtI many and I didn't know what City rodents. $1N is required from all par
2 host Kathleen its first loss of

.". the bench record said was.a word No to one me.on Then the the season on the Red Devils Over the years especially back when we had cattle out LUNKIR J. A. Cleft S"I'' Ucipants.Registration and tryouts also

a message flashed on the home diamond 4-2, in a South. on the place on W Tenth Street-when it was still countryout n.*kt AM S.M. d bleak! .. are scheduled for April 18 and

Scoreboard "Maloney needs west Florida Conference baseball that way and before the Interstate came through and vkit I* .... strikeout game yesterday afternoon. messed us up-we have watched these snakes on several occasions Live lilt HUM. H. Senior League must attend two
to equal
-.. one more Coach Charlie Lyle's Red A Fliumdng Plan for Every AftW
the record of 8 consecutive "sneak up on a big old rat and catch him. "II' liss skb.M fee 'It. of the three meetings.
n4tr Devils now are 34 overall aDd ., ...
strikeouts'"I 3-S In the SWC. Pasco's Pirate So, over the years we have caught some in the chicken lOr"I

.. fanned Eddie Mathewsto are 6-3 overall and in the SWC. nests-they'll get the eggs too-and usually have taken them Polo Grounds Finally I

.r. equal the record and then Knapp fanned seven and walk .. J ..

came Henry Aaron always a ed one In bis route-going stin Too/5. 5AT TIefS-TXand.0 a.l 4 5554 ar5 Ld.4 tact so..,
tough nut to crack. I got him The Pirstes managed eight III 1114..W.1....... .0.5... 5dw.._. ant..U ......."... 5a_. 5l4.J n "_..... N5s 551 sw4 .a4 To Come Tumblin' DownBy r
for two strikes with fast falls hits off Kathleen starter Doug . J"" I M

English and reliever Gary Saw off Into the bayhead and turned them loose again-not killing HAL BOCK: 1 Marked for demolition after
Donkey Softball yer them unless they persisted in doing damage Associated Press Sports Writer the Giants moved to San Francisco -

Jim Sessions paced the Pasco And. here in Florida we also have a pocket gopher- NEW YORK (AP)-Its short In 1957 the old park got a

BARTOW-A donkey Softball hitting attack with lfor-4 in. commonly called by old timers, "salamanders." These are foul lines and obstructed views temporary pardon from the
game is slated here tomorrow eluding a single double and scorned by players and fans bulldozers when the Mets were
the little animals that tunnel underground never leaving
at S p.m. at Bartow city baseball triple The only extra-base hit for years New York's Polo bon in 1962. When Shea Stadi'
open hole but making those piles of dirt on lawn and
field. Kathleen collected was English Grounds comes tumbling to the um failed to be completed In
out in the fields
The softball game will pit the double. ground this week-finally. time for the 1981 season the
Bartow Lions Club against the Kathleen travels to Bartowfor Over the years we've had lots of experience with these The city announced Tuesdaythat Polo Grounds again escaped

.. Bartow Jaycees with all proceeds a 4 p.m. Southwest Florida pests too. And quite a few years ago back when Glen Starling the long.planned demolition the wreckers.

going to the Bartow Polk Conference engagement with the ran the hardware store across the street from the old of the famous old sports arena With construction nearly finished -

r County League football team Yellow Jackets on Friday. Ledger office and carried traps of all kinds, he showed us a will start Friday and with it will on the new Flushing

, uniform fund. Admission will piano. NI H2 5-4 a a trap designed to catch these little nuisances go a carload of memories. Meadows stadium the aging

be $1 for adults and 50 cents aATNllla.... ..d. c.aM._555. eunWM 1-a a 011s.0 1it For some years we used the trap pretty consistently and Thomson's homer heard round ports arena appears doomed to
for children __ .5.r.. 4" 5.1. 5 had excellent success with It. We would guess that he "missed" the world . Merkle's boner at keep its date with the workers'

catching the gopher (not the miscalled land turtle that digs second base . Dempsey One of the boasts of the Met*',

I ROWLINGJEHrES" I the big holes and leaves them open) maybe two times out knocked out of the ring by Fir-, new park i Is the absence of obstructed

of a hundred sets. po . Mays' back-to-theplate views and you can bet
- -
esloaY-.'TS.LoITI"I. - IBUUA w. 1..tI. But a couple of months ago we had a pocket gopher start catch on Wertz . the feats of! the builders planned that with

........ a05 :::: l.w ::' 55.05 ... se.... .. ... ...... .1 50L throwing up the mounds on the lawn beside our house and Mathewson Ott and Hubbell"1Ruth' Polo Grounds' spectators hi
.. suburb"....... ......, .......... I U'U Its 1M I. to w.alra. ... M 35 21 11 In the back yard. We got out the trap and net it with our SI homers when the I mind. More often than not fans
_. .. .. all
""N" 5I .
I ""N" ...,... 4 Yankees played there there found themselves
,._.. W.I... 101N HS S..I. ..,.. Wi....... wan usual confidence. peeking
I Ce.'" U'.. ,. con, w........ ,,, of the legend of Coog from behind girders and
are part polesto
.. ..IIIHrI w.tt. ....
.." 05M .YIIrM. M'IK ."..,..,*u.J iwiw. *.Mrt W
."r' aXn. ,red Little Rascal an's Bluff.A watch the action. I
.n"r ... Smart For
101. "' >4i. .i'u>l wri 5li"t Trap .
tsar. p04. 411, W,11,0.: ; O.M.1 i:Ia"., low rent housing proJectl But for all Its shortcomings.'
:::: ::::. .;...n Am.aS VoWTHWSST.
I" paLMoeIWt However this little rascal sprang the trap and filled the providing homes for f.ml'l the old park will be missed by
544W Zw. 200 QA"' 1 Il.I: .. . .. .. . . ..... 11.. acres '
the 17J4
I w.I" 207 a' a.-.r5_.. . .. .. .. It hole. So, we dug out the tunnel again and reset the trap. lies will occupy many Bleacherites were a fraternity -
5,5...... f,5a'V" I.Y'' A""& ', . 5.ais . . .. . 1745 JJ,h home by '
.. called
H' . T. p. But again he the without and once and one group of fans NEW ASSOCIATES
..r : !Ice. ...... D. .. u M0. sprang trap getting caught
=, il ; ': W/lr.n.5LY' 20.a0rlll 55.q.. 5050. 1101, 544_.. D'F 524.Hnh plugged his tunnel. New York Giants and ba..ball"1 who gathered in deepest right:
WON:. LOST] 55.5Y 1.55.......wed... .......W,..1 O4 45,55,0'M To make a lung story short this little friend has led us cently by the New. field formed the Section Five -

: : :: ;m U ;Mt I "..122." ,Mrdus1 w_ psul W'I... a merry chase for the past six weeks or so. We've dug and Club named after the section FAMILY GROWTH :

:: : r AUta.N. : I VII.I, M. '11. LIMO 'T.UTw. lw dug. set and reset the trap; changed sets, methods, and tried 'OLPH Wallops they sat in. I
I "'." ._..... ... ..I. _Iwle. '""..... I 511.. esr.. : .. :. : . 34 1 25! everything we could think of. But he goes on and on-and we : I
." w.. /.dr.dual i: t> "< FINANCING PLAN
... VS .#IM7lltnt . iJ n. get more and more frustrated I .
... po.'a' : r. ;=
awX704"W M.... ......W4'......t4f. ..11 ".......".. : 5,1;M!; Sim ._...,._.. *&*.........&.at.. But then yesterday. Betty fussed about some stuff under Hawks 19-9
5.5 100 5AM15p..1 the house and In moving and cleaning it up we uncovered a most
MN .1. for 3 of the
.""'" III.AU. good big rat snake provides money
.In....,.OAM.. In s,7. i 4Ma ( Sloan To SpeakAt OLPH walloped the Santa Fe
",....11.. 5en.",. Iris 171 Law 5a11. 515.V. At first we caught him and started for the bayhead to Catholic High School Crimson Important expenditures young
I ..". 0..1. Ifs arum' w. a.r.50NITTINO Dinner release him. Then we had an Inspiration-and we took him afternoon American families
TN. Hawks 19-9, yesterday
.... ... ,.,. l t jar. lei Cage down to the latest tunnel-In which had the
S a-u; ._.."...L.. 5-.....-.-... we lust reset at the Santa Fe baseball field.
I-a"T..Rr., aaa Co'..LS.OU'I. .. .If.. 1.10. FROSTPROOF Universityof trap (without much hope by now) and, after removing the The contest was halted after Medical. . home furnishings . home Improvements ..

WM Tt Wt H Florida head basketball coach trap, released the snake the sixth toning because of the . now you can meet all your family need
J c.L..I.nd..."wn Tr.nan.MM H1"* : M I i Norman Sloan will be the featured He Immediately slithered out of sight Into the tunnel- 10-nm prep rule. -all at once-with the Associates Family
I: rH: d MIarnd Ca'e. .. speaker at 7'30 p.m. today and we sat down to wait for results-with, we must admit Visiting OLPH banged out 12 Growth Financing Plan. Well combine all your

%.05. ,w.4 uuS at the Frostproof High considerable glee u we thought of that pesky gopher meeting hits off three Santa Fe hurlers costs into one convenient monthly paymont-
H 5 w+
dinner. his doom Durate led the winner's eliminate multiple interest charge
.5.2045.... ._. LP"'." School basketball Nelson
.._ T'.I'
__.n.a. L"'" The dinner will be in the high) However we finally had to give up our watch and come attack with four safeties. The Associates let you grow and build roar

...Mqa. Mhr4u01 w_. Cant school cafeteria and a few to the office to write this column (We have that gopher on Leon Milligsfi. third of the future now; you pay comfortably while your
. ...... la/ndu51, a I still are remaining and three Crimson Hawk pitchers, income grows
'n. I tickets our mind so much that we couldn't get organized to write
I OANfee.t ... the doorMembers hit and Mark Misi- 600 Ajoodatesi office
M"nrnassn, a M. .11.. II': may be purchased at about anything else) had three There are over coast-to
I4. Orr, ; 5.M : \.ar.' 4 ; of the Frostproof aszek added a double and triple. coast.One is DeIJ''ou.Stop ia phone write today.
= $
Now that we've it
I : Oa S' h.wi .I got written we're going back home and record
{ $. It, T04 which finished Santa Fe's season now
I. quintet
t. '." > Flit _Lae'. varsity take the plug out of the tunnel- nd wait some more for the
trl'Sr*? .1";rS"t """ with an !IS" season record and is 42. !
I 10. will be the honored snake to come out If he comes out with a big bulge in his Coach John Mack's Crimson A
*-** '"" the jayvees
1 SOUTMWIST w.. LM' middle-well, we'll take him down to the bayhead and let Hawks meet Clearwater Cato ASSOCIATESFINANCE
I. _..... II tt1156 54U guests him go with our hearty thanks Friday in Clear- / \ INC.
a. ....... Ie,... II H I The Lions Club is sponsoring olic at p m I ,
i. ..duuturt U" 1 the dinner But if he comes out skinny in the middle-well, we just w.ter and return home Saturday NIC STRING Imrnitt C...

......" Ham t.w,.".'"B"IJV. I might put him back In the tunnel and MAKE him or the to host Montverde at l'30' skim .k.ldl up Hi. string ..fla.

Han... ,wMl nhr4..511stM'y m4 tsa rats w4H HI* fitvorrty gopher do something or other p m .h* ..n.rir wkil litkinfScrtt I 233 S. An. LAKUAND. MU 67129ISon
TM ar..W 2411 .T4-I* II 1 I Kentucky ,
...........1 w." W hW fult".r4 'IG.r'T_. "Or.".law" fin '"naliw01"t We're rooting for the snake and hoping he'll mstify OL..N 5.IO'. .I and *5WNU Ietall..., L.k. H. fiihti'tut. d I I
Paul :.ultHnrrd I" a5Ml1. .11. .._, et.. ...1r. i sw N 1-- r,44 I our faith) tm"tl>, Milli..5.5.5.. IS) .". Alte' .kur w', Stinky's llr. Lit H....

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28 LAKELAND LEDGER, Wednesday, ., III' '
;j Folk Singer Burl Ives' I NEED AN EXTRA


r By HAL BOYLE a pound of steak before I wentto COFFEE' !! I/
Simple Tax System NEW YORK (AP)-Burl Ive, make a recording. Now I can I :" I /
I who used to be as wide as a eat a few grains of boiled rice ferl
forest has slimmed down s.0I and sing like a bird," i
Urged By DoctorBy much that now he can hide behind Ives started plucking out tunes 2
a single full-grown redwood .'on a guitar as a !5-year-o [ I"j
George W. Crane, Ph.D., M.D. I tree. farmboy. Becoming bored on a
"I've lost 75 pounds in the summer day during his Junior
.. last four months, and I expectto year in college, he walked out I ArI
CASE S-43J: John Phillips Wouldn't it be foolish to ask drop another 75 pounds by of an English class on a sudden
the end of the said the Impulse to see the world. All I he _._-
it a shrewd newspaperman at 100 doctors to puncture you In year. -
I.I I Allentown, Pennsylvania."Dr. 100 different places, when one big genial actor and folk singe took along was his guitar anIS r'
i After his latest cents in cash THAT'S THE REEK DOWN I .
needle stab can do the trick? completing .1
Crane, he laid, "you
film, In which he CAM
a fantasy i Career Long, VariedIn
J I recently urged simplifyingour Why pay 100 doctors, plus fat Arabian AREN'T 3011 u..L CATCH SOME DINNER' f4"S
tax system 100 able nurses, to extract the plays a nights the years since then Burl COevN& IN,
genie; Burl decided to peel off has In 3H KIRK!
I blood? appeared seven Broadway -
I "And you rec-I But we taxpayers are also some of his 300-plus poundage.He plays, given hundreds of / '
ommendedthat fettered by a hidden time went to Duke University I In concerts recorded 32 albums of *
this could tax" Business leaders waste North Carolina to try its famous songs, made_ 15 films and written -
I 1 1J
rice diet treatment.Fat
\i' be done byt their creative brains for long four books. > 1f
picking out one hours on quadruplicate tax Melted Off He is one of the most famous
item that ev- reports. According to Ives, the fat "pack rats" in show business. 2
t erybody would And you readers squander melted from him magically) His nine-room old fashioned 0r.
use, and then millions of valuable hours filling "For 10 or 15 years I was on apartment on the upper WestSide .
putting the full out Income tax forms. I high protein diet-and I kept here Is crowded with souvenirs -
tax on It. gaining weight," he said. ,of his travels every.: a
"For exam All that could be abolished "I can walk 10 miles a day thing from battleship flags 1 to dlknl Me J
pie you ug- DR. CRANE Instantly How? By levyingour now and never get tired. Before African battle spears
Rested fuel as this basic Item. total tax on one basic raw that I'd puff like a steam engine "I think I'm happier now than
I But wouldn't the gasoline material at its source, suchas when I went a hundred yardsI ." I've ever been-and I'm M *IJMeJVJ'Vx) ] WEYte INEVITABLE; 1FJ r -- ,
price need to run at least $J fuel. used to have hot pipes" When I was younger I didn't WODIIN6'WS+C>' 1 ; J [ tfUKNOVj ( E1tID6W
per gallon? Actually, a tax of $2.30 per his term for stomach upsets-''have enough sense to be happy" J J J
"And wouldn't inventors gallon on gasoline alone would "and colds before I went on this ves said
then try to develop a more raise the entire tax for federal 'diet. Since then I haven't had I "I recommend nothing to anybody 6 :
efficient fuel? state and county governmental I'hot pipes or a cold," Ives said but life Is pretty compl ,=
"Besides, wouldn't your "I used to have to put down ated and I think It helps to try .
plan favor those who ownedno But I did not restrict the to simplify It. That's what I did
automobiles?" tax to gasoline alone, for cated income tax reports with my food problem by coin : /l
Last year the total federal, "fuel" also includes coal, on the rice diet. iT
state and county tax bill of electricity, fuel oil and natural etclThe heavy, users of fuels LIve Each Day !
the U.S.A. came to about and electricity would obviously "I do, as I always have: I ,. '
$ISO billions. gas.Thus, if a person owned no be the factories, trucking play life by ear, and live it day
The federal tax took about car. he would still pay his companies, railroads etc.,but by day. 1.4 trr. I t a
$100 billions, leaving $50 billions share of the tax: bill via his the tax would simply be "If something comes along t k
for state and county buying of bread or shoes or burled by them at the sourceso and I want to do it. I do it. If _
t spending even chewing gum. we'd not have worried not, I go sailing and spit in theater -
1 Actually, we wouldn't needI For trucks and trains woulduse folks before income tax deadlines -
I such staggering taxes if some fuel to transport such "What keeps us from Joy Is I t'!
body at the top would have merchandise and the tax on For there'd be no incometax mostly ourselves. We have too r
the guts to fire a million unnecessary fuel would thus be buried in deadlines any morel I many cobwebs in our minds. r._ .1
bureaucrats and Inject the retail price of all those And if the fuel tax stimulated "At' this point in my life my d Itl
the other efficent measures items. And we'd all pay taxes inventors to come up feeling is to follow my instincts, l
urged by the Hoover too, via our electric light with superior new fuels, so to move as things happen III
Commission and Senator bills. much the better. rather than according to planor
Harry Byrd. So we'd still pay taxes but For now our stifling tax I to achieve, any set goal."I A
You may recall that I compared without the nuisance value of system strangles all such cre- have found that you have
our present stupid tax hunting for 2 or 3 cents for a ative efforts, wastes millionsof to move pretty much as life
system to the medical exam retail sales tax: at the counter man hours of brilliant presents situations to you. I'm ro )
pie of donating a pint of bloodto or making out gross Income brains and even encourages pretty happy-go-lucky. I'm not
the Red Cross. tax. forms, plus compli-! cheating! a worrier"
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12:45 [
ii STARTS TODAY lived alone for a '
DAILY 'have not liked it. So I f
I should have a I
Shows At: 1:00 4:30 8:10
my sunset Melchior years"Lauritx ,

I at his mountaintop ImpelBy
,his marriage May 23
. 'Markham,
'''' t 40-year-old
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:tf.!!$ :, ff.l "' ; \'tH. producer rotary A who pretty was, Carroll Righter

UNcurl WTACTfEXACTlVAS:,SffOKTi blonde, she was at
*-"#,W"lh!isr< :tl'. ,:}It':1: i" ': \,M -, "t'*>( " beaming at her future
\ tM.+;(\''''} ' lr; '!, \ '. once again helping ,
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mailMelchior WEDNESDAY APRIL 8, W4 You
<, 4-"' ":! A at 74 come to a full realizationof
,,, ., ,. ell!! I 1 GENERAL TENDENCIES: what Is expected of you by
1' ) I The early part of the day finds key people In your life. See
ell !, you with many brilliant ideas that you follow through wise
'l DUN Tenlghr't'::30-The SHOW I for making headway, progress ly, since !It can have long-time
effects Show enthusiasm for
PR'c4)t and getting ahead, but
T* Go Out To A later alliance,
"t d you find all is not gold that
C-AR-l-O-AD I glitters and that It Is essential VIRGO (August 22 to Sep
25c Service you do carry through with any tember 22) If your work Is not
With A Pass I and all plans IF you are going entirely suitable to higher.ups,
i to be successful in gaining desires ask for advice on how to bet.
I Avoid PM depression ter It. Be anxious to get along
ARIES (March 21 to April better with co-workers, too.

2-BIG HITS i 19) Although you may compre Show more understanding.
1I"r: aa ", aT T:M ,n4 II:4 hend better than others the LIBRA (September 23 to October
.. ''>1 CHARLTON' problems of comrades, don't 22) It'is important you
4.PIli" "DIAMOND_ COLOR offer help until it is asked for show partners you want to cooperate
A.III "' AT ass ONLY Early efenmg social whirl is with them usefully,
"MOTOR roUMLAN fine. Retire early fully, when you sit down at

TAURUS (April 20 to May meetings today, Get your work
I nicely organized Then off
: 10) Get into business world to
I It iTONIGHT early since higher-ups are in recreation.
an expansive mood and you SCORPIO (October 23 to November
and I I get results. Impress them with 21)) You have only to
Carload Bargain your finest abilities Don't take keep promises, do work family
2-110 COLOR any chances tonight in any expects of you and then you
jI" ttr.. '11,4 ltl:1 sphere. have loyal supporters Be analytlcal -
/' "ESCAPE FROM GEMINI (May 21 to June 21) of financial holdings.
/ TONY ALSO AT tM:: You have an opportunity to ac Know your true position.
,,, :::
cue In ft I company a good friend to SAGITTARIUS (Novemb e r
"THE RAT I some conference, but be sure 22 to December 21) Takingover
o a} Tw not to commit yourself with affairs with associates in
w . FI %* out careful thought. The future any category of your life sees
depends upon it, Make good everything operating more efficiently
use of social contact too. for you. Buy, sell, be
... .. TONIGHT
; MOON CHILDREN (June 22 active. Set up good routine
: CARLOAD NITS to July 21)) You must heed the CAPRICORN (December 22
1 7.10.11:20 advice of a higher-up if you to January 20) If you wiselyget
\'" \ "Battle at otJ..: I are to make real progress at the support of family, you
wtn rlut AUDII 0..1 this time. Otherwise why find that plans for big projects
,; < ofROOKS m waste his or her time? Show have better chance of succeeding
"STATE courtesy, gentility to others Confer with Important experts
TCNNICOLOR. :' LEO (July 22 to Aug 21) too. Be sensible,
I' I r AQUARIUS (January 21 to
,: February 19) An early start is
1e ... Th. necessary if you are to go get
I .....J. A : TOMORROW! KITTY HAWKS the information you require.
I "' Tilt MM ".ut'wl Remember the adage about
U ; feudin' J'-v? :) C.n Cut:!I.n Iv a rl the early bird. Follow any social

".y lovin' ........: 1i inclinations you may have.
: .... as eJOins his PISCES (February 20 to
\ .r swr n gin' *; \\ mountain kinfolK March 20) Good day for condl-
"* honing yourself to those whom
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1 LAKELAND LEDGER. "'.......... AorU 8.1964 29I1 I
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DEAR ABBY. . "= R sLflaES, WEfiflTXimElEAflERSftBOU1WATS> ( '. .I.

.t.I I1 h Father Knew BestAbigail Van Buren I wlt moll.vtlap e Abby Whot'i Genera'-oddr.u.d, ./(.01ffn Box Abby'your reply 3365 and tamped problem oniwtn,Include writ BvtrlyHllla ?_For.to a ll rIl n:1HOW y I ]? J j&WOW jJ I

I DEAR ABBY: Several days ago a letter came to our Bravo, Abbyl What has happened to the spirit of Christmas MR.DUMPINGTONYOUTOU l HIM IN.YOU FOOL! HAD MXTH MONEY GOOD LOOKS,

home addressed to a IJ-year-old boy our daughter know. ? I shall never forget a Christmas gift I once received.It WAGTAIL. TO SEE <1 HIM TO V HE WAS THE GREATEST r .( SOCIAL POSITION AND MONECrY/ LET'S I

. It was sent In care of our daughter. My husband saw It and was a bottle of home-made perfume that smelled YOU. I TOLD HIM J J-VWAIT? / CATCH OP THE 19X4- / \" SEEWI-4O DID MARRY HIM ?? ? cs"'sl !'-

\ started to question her. He wanted to know what right the boy like vanilla extract. It was crudely wrapped In Christmas strangely Tn WAIT. nrrniSn ( SOCIAL SEASON J _......\" NOBODY DID!' '

," had to Instruct someone to send him mall in her care. She paper that had obviously been used on another gift, and tied e

; said she 'didn't know anything about'it, and didn't see where with a second.hand red ribbon But there was so much love in r
J it was any of her father'a business. I sided with
my daughter. its manner of presentation I almost wept. It was from a ten. la 1
Her father allowed her to give the letter to the but he ..rt9
bey, year-old girl whose family was on relief. How I cherishedthe q r
instructed her to tell him that it was not to happen again. thought! w'1I
What U your opinion on this? We can't Judge the boy as we A SCHOOL TEACHER'S MEMORY rr
hardly know him.

MOTHER DEAR ABBY: I want to get married. Should I ask the r

DEAR MOTHER: I think your husband was right. But he girt first or should I ask her father? Some say I should ask soClAlmac.

I didn't go far enough. He should have asked his daughter to the girl first, and if she says yes, I should then ask her .

bring the boy around so he could become acquainted with him father. It seems to me that I should ask the father first, because *

gain his confidence and learn why the boy can't receive mall if he says no, It wouldn't make any sense to ask the -

at home. Fifteen-year-olds need all the help and understanding girl. Will you kindly advise me? Thank LOOK LET THINGS B

) girl
It. boy! d Jft
the letter from the person asking what r UR UFE.
you thought about folks whose Christmas cards arrived after CONFIDENTIAL TO "HER TEACHER:" I want to write A .. 1lriY //y II1 / ',4 ?r

_Christmas. I was pleased with your reply: "Better late than to the little blind girl who wrote me a sweet letter In Braille /AffAtly" /

; never. Who counts?" Please send me her name and addresl.PUZZLE. , Its

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TO.OIIOW MORNINGS approved a change in the rulingson Ii =
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ha laainninf use of the "0.J." symbol on
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11 |0-_....a/ Int.rlud. of the symbol on conceiv ONLY THINS I WHEN WS EXPCt to you, MAY RE' ) rVANTiP.M JWTACTVOUK WHEN CANYON START{
I 0V ........... I..... CIRCUIT. COURT [)Moon' poetoa. ... Tnelma T.,. Po.Urn .. AYa IN LIFEyou PROM THE nut TO YOUR 'N: I I Is CN
I H-10..,._". e' ..,..... trate cans has been limited to I sub '"" final decree divorce for de'inifrod't J IUJgcrJI
I SI-.F>.. t". ....". W po Tr..... n u .nd /..." RTrar NOW THAT My COUNTRY WITH cutlet' ( (f. \\..W\ Lt 1
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2 l_ VarW al ....".* Lumber C.. 'i.. rU action dam- final decree divorce I S pt. '
141-Our ,...,....... World imum size The new ruling permits .I. ..... Betty Rjnehart ti Carroll Rlnehart, I / / II
t ._Mueical Interlude AAA brine Contrwtora, Ine. OK,. final decree dlvorreirnei .
1_front Deal a larger symbol if usedon ... Oreco-Darla ConlracUni Co" 1"0" Carl Bland "\:1'H: Kenneth A / .TM
1 to-In Cervno Saanlak. 1q firs NIIO.0.rre Hart Sod Beckr dlaLaTeUA --
OoN.u1414rbA can ends that carry no other H Borda Jr.dameaee, Jamei td- tnr. ... Roland C
>e- ir Kenneth Clark ardt et u>. Cirri ., (1000U pert men ta
What'. Newt Tondo l Ratcharln. Jae. rue. r. Wk. el ... ets le final judimenl.
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I .-ial tecuntyCigarette made at the ..,.. eioooM "td n. final de- ffJA
change was 01'.' ... John Alaiudaror cr" dlvovTCftrol =
T"om..n T.1' din.. feu* .>. '>. Willi... Rarmondi
request of M A. Stevens production Charlai M "kiKrallBC ... n. p.trlela P. final .daereedTheo"' % N
O''.o,,, Re .. decree
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manager of Florida Citrus Rr A.dl. drrlarilorr drrreea Annie L. .. I I q I
1t..11.DC..... '10100. a ICaa Cooper et u.. dlemlaial i rot
Canners Cooperative, Lake "lice Pate fplrey .. Jamee Clrdt
Jarquellne! Oreeno ruler ft, Joeeph Bohn. Sinai doo... dl'o l 4
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Revenue Wales who announced his firmis Olor'Da'"i."JhnCtR Rr. dl.o. I final decreOrinard <. /".0.... '
Smut and Robert if Wooda ei and BoiHoloomk .. IDC. n It..n
now using the 0.J. symbolon N L.
M t. Rose Jr, el u. Ilhel r, Jonn.t summary i Judimenl (or'v -
Down Again Its concentrate brands. .". rlr Ra. FUirl et ui,Jordan quiet title et
Homer E. Hooks general irrlcan Have .national Lrnn a Bank Holland In cnatTh Wlnn -- al r: Inieitmente final decree el Manatee Iaoraloiun 1N..t and n FCC ONCE :'M POrYM THIS ROAD r TriS, BUT...

TALLAHASSEE (AP) Cigarette -manager of Florida Citrus Commission r..1.1...',marque Deer Lobs for.frlonurt. N UI. ... Alonnaur .I aala, COUNTY COURT FIRST ei LP43 J

collected during explained the three- Ira International Inc vw v.i.iRoMtl. a*,I. Pileelnternatlonat
taxes .a'tN rW.au an/ Janioi M Derail and Chenlral' "'rry T ;; I Irt.
February totaled $4,119.908, a quarters of an inch limitation Sons,:'''L,''SJutq ;, "SSSJ'i. Hutu Corp etc .e w, H Bovitte, el>U r- TSUCX? 'H
drop of M66.873 under January, was made to prevent use of an nternatioaal dams.a45,551.Derail' end Chemical ---7) cv.bi' (ES 'J crq "

marking the second drop In a oversize symbol on labels that ufjss.. ._Hiii K Co"iiudla.1.eo jsja.., Corp etc. 113116N.rIN., .. Oeorto Parker, cltlldamaeai. C .

I the U. S. SurgeonGeneral' might confuse consumers into Uoe .5 claim, \f.L.. dune Liana =
row since Ann 555,1. r. DI
thinking "0.J." was the actual \ 0. d. Richard Flue Oeor.ae. m, Winter He- ;. 1 >
report on the dangersof C.,..,. child mart.Ondu terse and .rl... Darl... UMB. 21Renaid -
of a particular con- ... '10010.. .. I.i
smoking brand name | '.' N 110. Uo,4 twanot. I rn";
cigarette .. roue IVFD.rSDartildr.Bnw Rein: fuierlt tl Lakeland .. '
Of the total collected, $2.973-, centrate. ,nls.. a.tad O. are.. rned lea Brol SJ WYw I

the municipalities in The size limitation continues!par .fat t' s> Jama A CUrrp., rbld'wDW : \,J.aol Ju.'o, Wllm.'''. 21 ....,., .... E
932 to j
goes 1 A e Pd.laa Aaderwd t; LoJr. I
effect for use of the symbol '
and: lO.M1
collected in aGann 1.11:0. ,
which the tax was else on a concentrate,:c.. Yl"r { 'I, I' n C ki ,. I !tJi.'I. :: 1, SM1 P'M t.' -.--.
to the state general anywhere ', t . i. :. :, w Au Fait: '-- l
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To i Whom art haraby It May"ntltlI'd eomrnV hut I It, VtC'D ADVERTISINGRATES 14 Building, CorpfnttrlnRooriNO 152 Help Wented 54 Htlp Wasted, Male__ 7 f.rtlna F..Sol 17 Articles-Fer Sla-h

t"lInM ,lng' niolnr vehIcle : OROOND PEAT muck Peso and ALL PURPOSE TV aatanna

LuncheonTo !imiu Kurd Fa Iron foidor parenai. WINDOWS. rwaira aiu.musldlaa MICaii. (WATKINS, Au..MD.. Ful Call*r 050'partImp. toll mini Lcwd 2100 I Mala pip, old In itand *ff, WU,
wiiIIIiNSIItidu ST paId
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... WANTED 3930 U.I 0,511CC 1 t m Pal O'N..I. MU .0mpl.I. .
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will I h,. anld Hi public' nal., lit tt II< s'4 PL TTP (0 awnthi t* usa mitlli WMheri 4J4 Ken.aior .
huh en III* Iflh day nt AIII'II Minimum" II WoriUMlahnum Contrictlil Ccmpur laiuradPhona ... MALBFNOITttER' LAYOUT ilFN. lUucturil l.r CLEAN PHOSPHATE land ,. wrlnier ... 414 Miy.ui .
Honor .. I.Mkp.'I. MU >-ia)3 A .'m. solo tulIp aiperleaced mea lawn Ala land and dirt fat NU. hr.
lint H! : OI H rliirlda A' Chorit-JI.OS) PARTY CHIEF plat rimer wa> 1.14 T.
RU. MU aauM P txl *f trd.id S MD S-W7S .
1,11,1, Ihr( iirnrewli nt Clu AIR COND LAYOUT bonIng aerur 0'1. MlllUIn ovem cnov* 424 C
.Hi,Ii' will h* unshed. rilal tn IMM Worm !>ton D... HIM Dan PRAY PAINTER apply at thi 1151. Rat OROTJND PlAT SI ukli yardrd 50 ent p l.rd..r. and A"I. ,

I ".nl nr .Ih* toil. of r*.lakliIHlllK .. 1-IS SI I OS 1 I 4(1( S3 T 91 S t SOS M*. 21 ...fl.. SALICOMAN.sARTnTutR, 11* per hour Contact Tony >* Burl Post Company 4205Intolaud 401 W.b.ft. ..
J Holland > aid, Ml. or .ai4ickli. IIIOI." la-in 140 }20 > no 11 a Towndrow, Prink Murphy CoroPmMahl Hllli 81.4. 416-1744.
I. mid tlo oolo I iiiiulloiilit "..' 1136 I 4 00 4JS Uio ROOP1NO DIPaNDABLa woeS'.nthip AUTO IIII'HANIC'IITAll0" : Florida Phone Her. bats, Supplies
miltf ..( nab* and th.ll l. IHnili.fa.llcn I-'O i,io one ISO II ItC1.Alllllrl.D .. gnu, ".,...."1M, MoGIssea ATTENDANTS.STOCK . tow, UI.3114 or S33-3174 PortMeao 72 Fleweri Seeds, Plants 9 Mete.
eGII, It WAtar 4-4141 W* see
< t th* hulmirr due uil.i SPACI RAise Looker Q.50np MAN
: \ ORLANDO-All roads lead to, llu, ,.inlrait Kill) Jet,,.. HOA 11IIII |] 2* pr column mob W Mats IOU .3IU.. COOKS eaual opportunity empl.yer. CLOSING OUT Anter and map- Lkcralt PIRST 1100 cibln tak*crulwr M Is with 14V 74

Orlando 'ii i .cp 11,5 tha (fllinncjl' ur ...101 CLAMWKD DlWLaT RATShSaOp.rnst.a10,0 AU. TYP>. emld.sUaIpo.n', d..OD 4100 HP ." end-ISO..
on J7 110I.
as "I'StOhilip. .\n> ."nl l t 14 .
hundred Florida agriculturists old to you. and you Kill CoSmic Uoofina *nd Bheet" Metal. (Upon Accevunee) CABIN I.u. "
Coatraol KaU HumWANT hlbtlcut. BtP ,
convene here honor ..hl. for any In In IK r romuinha. - 1'411 West our. MO 4-1IM SALESMAN W./T for bam Tt.I > .ba . *
to Spessard unpaid undir ..lit rnnimilCOJIMMU AD DEADLINE FEMALE' delivery. MI C..I. Ca'. 0.1' w..I. S74S 7)1Jeffereoa
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pass .
1.. Holland, Florida's senior : '|AI. ('IIEDI1't'l'IIII'I'IIA"IIIS fill' 24 Plaster Stvccs mix OPFrlATORSEXECUTIVE! Hue eempuy b. rein .1. .1.
wVOHO ADSPvklleatl .. ycamara aak*.
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Uf accident 0. 71. ih7ywooD
< BBCttBTABY nation eros boat Sad
United States Senator, In an unusual M.4 tlrand H-nlril Avenu Oar ** .....11... NCR BOOKKEFPEREO1PHONR Apply Bordra Dairy Bottle. .. ptracantha. I trailer SIr ula. Pint 4140 lake*.
,Owe* t Nureery, 443S Bantu ,
"thank you" luncheon Tampa. KlorklaMAKE MOnday. 11ft A M (atartfafTUMda ooUl.PUtaTaWtNO.. AlUrationi PATCHINfJ and tddltianntlmaui M. OPKKATOR :.ri. wire Drlv Ida 414 Bait Walnut BtrwetmanUily .

which will feature a major address 1.101 CD 4 10 P U Moada ..... II. .... Jrf T' l- CASHIER BOOKKEEPER.BTENOQRAPHEKS. A (7 T O M O BILE TA"l OVM .._ .. 625
..da 30 P U '1\1....., lalrunu. Could work partaenhlp '
NOtICE 0.. INTINTION TO WdD > 4 MU S-AS1S.: Inl 73 lh'5115e v.'ri.s 14 daltii Uoinla
by the veteran legislator APPLICATION FOI '" Th""<", WAITRESSES.COOKS. Bmall deiMprafltabl fHl boat, 43 HP ilMtrt motor and
0:10: Pat WtdnatdarPrldar kueltjeia Will pal: A Bead,
Both the Florida Citrus Com FINAL DISCHAROK BUSINESS SERVICE POR BALB ar bosh- t.I. JI. I"t. M
1ft n., KHtata of 4 :M P. M ThunaayalurdiT MANY MANY MORE. .m.n asian plus J5. builneeirliht Pon '1210,
mission and Florida Citrus Mu IIKMIV! 8. MMIEDINO: lint It... FrIday for aim Inaulr writ, PO ., ""'I. Wol *.. PrillStand 4SS1011 -
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Box SB1
\, tual'a board of directors will t.d uadar?. 4 :9O P M PriSsyoI.eLv J' Uwnntwm. t Sarvlnl AAA City Employment! and *If .I..d.bondibl or not. JI lo US.. Coast GuardAppre

hold their regular April meetIngs el'N'RN-; amie 11 DO AM. oturda, nrpaixa OR all Rake I..n..o.- Rm. 208 Arcade Bldg. Wented I NUMBER uart, ran OB pick.BtrawberrKi Week dirt .cUlead oly lie,

at the Cherry Plaza Hotel. \"II, <. I In h.rrbi ilvrn that 1hae I Tuwoar. H 0* lIens Moaar era .d small. .npIsrm ..... .u- 5 W.rl Thawiai Sooth and Mclntoin LIFE

filed m, fliml re>|xirl aalllar An- '1".11I.. maIm. 0.rrpa Uabli Auto Noad 0.. mile Watt of ,SELLING AT % PRICE
cite of the Mew
luncheon wanted ,
on that > TRACTOR WORK
( > K>r> "nor .t I lh emateI nfI Na Kctrlc. MS Nartk Plarlaa ATPhan Dover.
I day, to enable the commissioners I",11I" !C. $,nIedlii. d..d; hat Thu.. i. MO 1..3.a. 53 Help Wtnted Female In* and dlecloi New Mulpmnl. Jackets, small each..S3.48
Maaa Wda.dayOvId.,1 ( Ire Mil.matei
U0 Call
Quick ar
I katr ftlid ,Ins- irtlllon for 'InnI = .. L.aucaplssg
era and Mutual directors to attend .I dihurs'and Hint I will .1".1)l ; loI IIM Noon ThursdaySMurdir 31 Mottrm R.**..tlll. WAITIFSS WAP1'lO aai 11 .. pred Pewan MO 1.3 7 Jacket large each..H

the tribute. 'III I H,"n (ill'IIUUI .\. HltON- It M Neon ThurtdulundU 3. 12' Wail .....orl.1 aoul..a STUDENT MALE d,alr.s part HARDY SOD CO. Jackets medium each $2 63

soN' i''unt) Ju.l...e of Ilk Coun li 00 Noon Friday RmOVATINO I Iav I. 'tonICs EARN 5rn55s .* la- Ito* _....oln. position C.I each
ATTRUS Cushions ,
The citrus commission's d.I i l I Hoida. ni the duv of May II Th. Ldir will aol ka ra. acrvlo Ae* Maltreat Com eom.0' ........1 work 413-1041. aor.. ... between RealUir, Law Oral*** .. .S2.7
vertising merchandising* lyftl f<'i' apimiMl\ or II-* ..", .,11I Z pontlbla for won taaa pan?. Pboni MU .-...a. Ini candltloni at the lira. tlma sad 4 10 ..kd.". FREE ESTIMATES Plaatlafl GENERAL HARDWARE
'tOt f''iwl din. lianv aa Allrlllar) Income "' ....10.. -0 Puller Bruin dealer. Pull JUNIOR WteT. all 1sasnurn-
committee will meet at 9 30m pk; "i..C of the/ mini pi Hear) or part Urn*. ..... furtknormitlon ID- I.. andsora ping. boun.W5ahInI II > N Ollmor. MO 4-* S1 ,
.. .. with the regular: meeting < "iwlllp, :. d..,....".
: lib dll.j cor AIHII, 1IS4Jl o TELEPHONE ., a San.. .U ins. dlaclot. and trading BptaJlud *.
to follow. Mutual's board will I ", L.AXKK.IUM'Anilllar : LET MONTOOMERl Ward drill . DrIno.. .. ..J100. . la yard Medial and KATIBAS HARDWARE
rurtutvr: of thrrj your well and Inetall your witiiieum .. .
> MU 6-1151 .Iu.In. 441-1447'I
meet at 10 TO am.. In order to >'AI. uf lleiuv MKinlvdlni Op t* 34 men la* t* pap ALEX WEAKPALL. Haul pho- Florida Ave.

finish its business before the, . lw.e..pd. ... Phon MU S41A3WE SECRETARY pOsts land for lawns call MU 1- MU

12:30 luncheon I'.S,,', 8-11. _ __pork Tn S. Phon 2-7
ANNOUNCEMENTS 14 DOUBLE bottom (Iberilai
But not only the Florida citrus IIN THI cIcurrcornroTHe, oCD LEDGER ....lafol peiltlaa. Shorthand I dan with pay o*S 00 per day TI TRI..MNO. 01101.MU bud- HP .Inru. Sw nIlrainsboot
ilui fir MU
nnduonuta Ii tplD rOQulr.. 110 tor. Sill ..
industry I. Involved in what one IN AND FOR POLK COUNTY"" 4 lestm lived bnal000fLlUalNCi5 IOHT CARPENTERING I ad .11. Cl 231.IJ


expression of gratitude to Hoi .. N.. sizTO.M.242Aeegncd s.A MY LITTLE.black aad white dot Ii H.,. 11-4 MI).. LASS U20
hu kean "' line Bundiy EXPIRIKKCED MOTHER .ollid VACOTJM .
to Judge Silly ( (4 ScheoliPLORIDAB rebuilt es.eosdltlead
land whose three terms in the Bha bee a whit .mrtInnoroad, CA"B.
4ANUKA FlEER: :NrlSliNllnh.llff I Ilk* to hop ....11 rOllS,, In myboo. pirtiOraeafMd .
neck and tip of tall Part Chi.51,50g. APPLICATIONS StING taUrn for .
United States Senate Call MU S-4331WILL Clevelindll4hta
were pre . ) ant fan terrier Her ni.,. btautlclani. IicfUent opportunlti LARGEST and mist Kt"'o. .
4 4197.
ceded by a term as governor -- ) II Sutle 'aid U very friendly. U to pork In a beautiful modern CARE lor children .biio moderyj beauty cbl* LakilandBaaaly al.l.
BOHBV JAI k.: NH-LKON. ]) you nan her pleae call Orea .Ioa.. Contact PtTMnnel DP>rt- mother worki Da, .. av a- Col.. ItS E. PU Bt W A B B S R 4.
and a tenure in the Florida iMfrndant ) -ec MU S-4M4. toward 1 ml** 'bee S2 Help WuetedCOLORED meat MnaImrp W.rd.. 5,51'. slop. M S-7141 .. ....1.. air eondluoaed. -.air en.11 ata. AU
State Senate : erymttch Ion" OLORICD WOMAN would Ilk* a aaipla parkuu MO S-4411 .le. .pl eipertaerrlc
LOOT: ::O LASSES In blue ram POSITION OPEN far weyllagmsnaonr Job shed *rder nand maId > .ap'piIsso
JM k NLLKONvUllooln ; .
More than 30 Florida ,. raur' B>|.ln. .
agricultural : wltb experience In MU a 3 0LIGHT .
Loot SnIudny. PI. strut, nat btllul .u- _ _ WANT A .
Klatlon : 110I.... 80..... MU t-0173. PERSON 25 to modern. .loa. Contact Per ..r. M a.to. Day. TY.
groups. representing vegetable All' ''r .C|>rfl.... ..,.... Department MontcomvryWirdi CARPENTEAINO, Soup BETTER JOB? 110 .... R4.IO .
and grain growers beekeepers NoOk.lerrilory" .5 years of age. Experi- Liiellnd clraalni and p.olln. I. 4-2174
.\u.lroll. 5 Personal Notices all kind .,
citrus interests and rot \RIo HF.R'ST: NOTIF1F.D '" enced in office work, filing DENTAL ASSISTANT, prevtoiexperience ... 1M.mo.P..ur o job. '.**tlmate., Take Your Choice: SAVE

others. have joined tot thus pull for d'vor' I,.. boon BUT BELL: tiled tools. : 4an and typing bookkeeping and preferred icllent 81.10 S IBM
many '(tIed. ...ulflnt, )0" iii Ike abuvn enIiti.d ip.rtlni loodi, Dial MO S-4J44 pay and benefit. SUU ouillflcallone -''PART T1MB- v ovrkendIxperlrnred KeypunchSpeedwriting 25 to 50%
gether for this first public rec for cashier Woman preferred Wrlle p. O Son M-941. ,, S
t'o..re.011 urn heruiy re.qiiirnd entlmite Culbirwa Hardware In ... Shorthand
Latel nd tour &
(ignition of Holland's long servIce I" eerie a copy or ColiC. TIIADINO sTAMPS ...h...... Sr would consider man. Must ..rl.ln.. PlIOInlraPhP. rwwi .. S Typewriting
..ns-.r Of' oil .rSllnt.tl deleortmfl SENIOR HAIR dreuer. Kim istyllnt n. aa-ooa3 slIer 4pmATTRACTIVt
boothS Litmag .01 saC 5,10. have for
to agriculture in the state. ,, J. HAltUI" PJoTERICOS: good personality Balaa. Bouthiata Shop.Cna S Office Machine, BACOCK'SIeBuit
JitLakeland. 11.lnllll. .uorn..V. whit.. 'l.2: dealing with tenants Posi.tion Center. In the Mill WOMAN la MllrtlrS ., Uvig

"Non-Pollcical" Mold'..... I. t'ut 001.... 1.riser lid, CDI LOIS SUP Ceer "hopCtieitnvt 101 bonded. hours OMAN WITH aburSayerme .5 .. WKlal work. taarhlni bath- Comptometers
Eight aday. around. deilrei cballenauil Furnitu
!toM.8471.. Draprli 0 4
Horl.iK, on or uefithe. .
<* ablllly and food ref..n. .30O mlnlmam Writ Ian BookkeepingStart I a and 4 piaca
The luncheon, which had origInally Will' daof At,HI. 1,i(lbefoia A"d Amuian. g.daproda itirtaiai.. twin ill .toner
been planned for an earlier 01 Immediate' thereafterto meet, roSa lad tnitallatm. H..- Write P. 0. Box 1009, Lake- .1' bettor. car nruarr. imillfuralAbed wash w.mk any Monday Priced .Law .
Cli. tilth 111* llrrk nf theabo\e .mounl ot 1,5,1 110g. anm. lrgd WOMAI
date but was delayed becauseof entitled foul the uiialnnl of ..,d.n..r dredi of umplei to chcoie Iro. land. Thorough tralninf vita I dayvyr ar a*>. MU I. Day or Night $89.95 and up.

the solon or wrItten dnfonoei. ifw CHRISTIAN NORBINO hiapea .. opportunity far advancement. 8025 (Hattlel. Pr ipactacular BivlnnIn
legislative commitments :.n'. Bpaclal attention liven ta would conilder part time .bull WANT CARPCISTIRIC4O wsk sod Lakeland stood liuBltur
has been under discussion tOl" FAil TO 1'1010.. lMetll..K lhe ft..... *f Mch pitlint. MV iron llvtni otltllne *f pr.vlo,eexperience n.imun..lAnr y r..onbl.prl. Business
rHO ("(INFFI'so: ; skiLL HP: -I 1-1213, educilwn *M... t* BoP Job tao snaiL .n.IJII Instute. Inc. VISIT BADCOCK'SUsed
last fall and will
since 10
(NlhKMI:; ACIA1NH1 SOC huh HTIH AUTO INBORANCr Had. aa so'nident MALE & FEMALE -1K>. .Lakiland, L.drr.DAY On Lake Furniture

be, according to the committee : : RHtt-H1; MI-MANDrD INTHK no In sutane.S lightmonth. COOK, day walWMi curb FINANCIAL Lkela

in charge completely nonpolitical" .' : PllMTLAINTMTSbS = to pay Call MU S- 484 HELP WANTEDWe .11'1. Ixperlennd. Apply In **r<. Phone 88-9858 Department
\ I ;o ; >* my hand and offlrlHleul ""nn. Doun Jack a. 114 We. In Mulberry
POD? 5 FABRICS 3032 North
'i''ounly of. HuiULu offliat ibla H.rln th.*.day I'olk olUanh O Florid Oolnt oilufbusioesa have immediate open.ings bull 62 t Busintti Opp f1u. Th nvtaii you mika will m"r

Tickets for the S3 a plate ; A. It. C>44I PatMrai. 10* ISo Button, ala in the following positions ATTENTION LIVESTOCK than pay sum ,..1' urn. and trip
4 CHOICE: lOMNEM and taeoBproprUe t* Mulbarrf.
"Dutch treat" event have been > H ""' .AX. Jfl
Clerk of th* Circuit Court a a LU Pleturl sad pi.to f..m.IU : HOUSEWIVES Mel P-udj. LMLA,
distributed to each of the commodity (HFALlI ....._ .. 112 .Lab. ...1... Positions now available for Rolt. 1S2T I Mmorlal al.1 I Dogs Cats, Ptt.lETTTS .
..4117 m 0".., Seamstress ..11.I W. S. BADCOCK CORPS
groups interested on eA 30 whore
10 ladies above .
age lioppa..
basis of membership and the IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF laiD POll SALE Metlon lur. Lakeland*pc. ....Memorial. Pen -/ Tailors Interested In working ""Cl, LoUdr..r.l.ol location 44 .bo., hot II eetlontl PO.. itudi. ". N.1 Uteri and Wireheuwi

THE TENTH"" JUDICIAL. CIRCUITIN QJ .ISO .... RaOMB PInS 12(3 KiUileen Hold Nulb. Plorlda
800 seats available will be reserved AND FOR POLK COUNTY Oarden MO 4 34J1; Aft SIHIRLCTS Pressers-Must be able to mornings. Guaranteed salary toe Ii.. .. ... Bonn. UsSAm.OEOISI1010 '. MulbPr 8t.. Hours,

for those directly FLORIDACHANCCRY ft.OwiR.hOlt. and Hby 'round .11. 4 5 m. t 4 pm. ,. Prl. SIlls
con- va Income .
. 1344 SoulS Plorla Com. press men's suits year POUR rental sole. 0015'plpl.ly Iwo s
NO 4247 42 304ASSIGNED
months and for eal Plod
cerned with agriculture TO JUDGE KELLY flats tin* of millinery luppluinu no weekends or holidays furnlihed, Cloud locatiCounir ... .Id.chacolata* ..1.. Open All D. ..ft.ed.

"Many other interests will TillMIVVIRY: 8AMNU8 I '< t... ....r1a1o. liberal benefit plan Including Apply in person In E.r.tt. .83, .2431 Club. EI.. 340 ..U.1..13.om.1, Over 1 uioriaUi FloridaLikelaad . ..t.

wish to pay tribute to Senator BANK Plaintiff I) 7 Trwatpertatloii savings and retirement 310 Arcade Building GOING fOUL atatlon lor leai*, .AKO.1.. WHtTI .0... t.. Aewclat iter.
.... Modern H..f ill wauledGood e.1 IU JIt. ala No .rld. Ave."ladrarl ,
plan paid vacations Imme- r.Ulllo.
Holland and Is 9
we regret it am., Monday Saturday .foluia Contact Bum C will Tr.t T.u
JOHS r, MMNKTHAM!: et I OHIO: COtUMSUS.TuIrS.. .1'''. .lbt"
not possible to honor all the diate discount privileges. )ivli. Oulf OU Putrlbutor, Ft TV
requests usundolui; Ithofenihint Will *har. npenui lor rid 1 Lvlt.el BAROAIKS Completely rebuilt
for tickets we have had." I = Beulah Lwk. MU 44W4 Contact Mrs. A. Cuyler EARN MosS. Florida, and guaranteed 434,IS ..
NOTICt OF SUIT IN MOKTOACt AT' STUD Sn-O-Wsr th.rsnal.syad 5 P Free .. .1..
members of the "Thank You" FORECLOSURE: 'ersonnel Manager, Mont' that needed money "The TO BUY irandeon X MaaX>-WirU ikelandl .I.l., new er

committee said today.Rockefeller I TO CONIIAII: A. UKSNFR:; and USE 1ED6MCIMSIHIO ornery Ward 1026 East WANTD Hindi Pradurn * .
'. AVON Way. trot basICs and tnmpen Clot.nrlrat Rad, till
JIiIpIi1K: I, ENNKR.: hi 'UIU.Dd.
..If. aI Memorial Blvd., 9:30: to Polk County Black. CY 121. Wasp .'. .

'II"JOS.It: In .n IInkno.'o elate ADS 4:30.BUSINESS : Call 6824137for Liquor license H... E8TIMOHOU8I AIR MBdltlo.

or ,'nuniry. other than th. Stile -< GOAT. MOW milt IBI will b* .., PiceUeat eondltlon atoa liSP.

4 Fears of IkirldH. and nulling add_. ---- - - -- --- detailsor Write Box M-271 fr"l .. two monthi Child pet 210 ton (TO, cm 0503245.'SOLLTwoODTWUO .
".,...: IO. Call 8-lt04. '
loot Vflc.. Ron 71 Lakeland LeJger.lor biAS. Ill
ParlxbKdrw Mrilco Write P. O Box 1395 '2 Winttd Ltvttttck ..ft. 155-S4ne
,..t..A"T .
Voting FraudsIn YoU ARK hrrrby notirird the SERVICE LakelandNo
a Complaint I..a fin .. .. rnrlinibrrlnir th. foilnu.lIla . '"- Obligation quart,.. .n..1 pppaWIniln : A fw l.lry 55th. asp CMPLETE

Arkansas d.rll..d real proliolty. to .lrod ooupl hialKi* ta-"o.I..t mint ,,5.Call Dalrr pay.." rosS. prItoPIPI5 119.95. Payment I

,fill: DIRECTORYFOI OMEN: NEAT tcad pweonillt*. -l433OUBE only 1110 per mont
Lot II. Rlork L. m 'llf,AND Pill tar. Pull or part ..... PhgmDo
HANort INlf. :'0. Fouls: ao .&1JO. 12.2 AND bwrnui for III b, MERCHANDISES
LITTLE cord,,,. to lIe plat thrnof anrvoordrd ,wner Hith, t ait Plan PLK'TRDING
ROCK Ark. (AP- In Pint Bonk 43. !'.... :e YOU TO USE AS A QUICK REFERENCE ANTED: WHTTB middle: MrS CI". 753-2720. o '
W in thr Rockefeller candidatefor .om.. ll e in. aa hauMworkr Bicycles .
op M. PublIc Heuoicl. of Polk M.t.r'
WHEN YOU NEED ITI 115 for eldfrlT vomaa fOund 3
the Republican ncmmation County, MoildaHI _ 1mm. amall lilary MO I.toti.
been find agalnut you In III..bo. A MONEY MAKER TRIUMPH AND Taatana SASs
for governor In Arkansas says .. .ll..d ..ull. and you are ra- - Appliances Pointing YOUNG LADY wantod u curb EXCLUSIVEFRANCHSE and lenlce Blertne .tr.DAVBIfPOIT CHAIRS. ZUlU. .

he could be elected q"l...d to avnra a ropy of your An ullr... In drlv-in rcataurantppllf mndC. aporta ..1 lo.T. r/rl..tr.. b. r.
governor"if .wrr or other Finding t. thr Fi' ?0. PItOMPT eapalrl 4s ridrlp.PrstSrn. PAINTiNO WASHING. floor flaUalai 1003 Eut MainLOOK lock Lake and C . C. .. .. .II. South
I It.
we can get the vote Complaint "n llalntlffa attornc ...bl.. ...111"... andapilisuen. Interior, eiurlorPTM Sort, 1..Meawrlal ..]-(..
= eoU Tbrl/tr CIt,. *.lie..*.. reaionabl prl... .
counted. I NlirRSON. 51011 DEAN Mali from 510 500 500 so.nual
.... .. .... I I.1 104 GUI Oil FM!
IMNDFH IC. til bant: Central Bon 10ynice Dooer..L .1. .51-I. am--I ia Mr TunPkhire Inome Sad .' .." 9 Artkld hr ,

Rockefeller claimed there '..yard Orlando Florida, and fIle bull,.... AlibI 50.55 Iisn.se SII-MI.e.
Ih. irlglnal An.wer or other l'I..d- Ante RepaIrs Strtlce Frames excellent In huh popu PROPANB OAS for oooklo.. beat.Ini .
have been irregularities at the ,ni In th* off.... nt (ito <1..* ofh :I> 1.loa. a.1..tlo competition ar**. far AUT gal For free door utlmatl repair. bat **tr. _. pad**.
UPtoday' In".I'
polls In the past and said Monday : ( Ctrrvlt Court on or b for. thrUi OTNERAL SIRS Bervlc Front P JeT U I: PRAMIS: Beautiful operated *elf' ervlco lsnsi -prt. Ward. IU north Maw trial SOS, Call 555.4500. lOP a 1..
:< day of April 50(4. If you tall and aliannent. Iraclsn S earahal fr.... and mouldlni. C....... ODd ,, and dry cleaning renter MU Clif penal Bervie 1313 NewSiltbvar
night "We've got a file In 10 do M. a 4.rr.o pro .0".0 kalanrlnc New and "ed ready lade. Oslo, Art BUopOrleani Complete InMol.U. by heIDI 2.01 AsObrelais .

my office and I could spend, will b* taken ...In.l you f.r the tar> ,.. ,relreid M"0 1-8171. 21107 IMreM, MU i-33 14 trilned ...1' '. yourinnd CTEINa. ..PtI .rsstl
Cars For Sale ads kit* S yean bath r..ur. 105
hour. relief drnianilvd In th* Coraplali, FReE: :, PRSR Pr*.l B... a.ur.n. .01. 45' ._ t _JtweiryWB
the ..
showing .rm wIth S
you proof we .- Plumbing SuppliesH. ". *. aa offer
TOI Nntli Khali bi puhlhihodck >r.... Crnter tIll Norln Ph.rldnavon In this section and be .. Smuts MSO and pall
Bl commercial
have I a ,..c-k for four ranwrullrrku '\'. ,,* for that aunmar faraun loll .1.0. moms dellevt toe 111 4M- PAT ah, dlamoaoa. laid
In th. aknland IxNlavrDATrO safely laiperllon on tt. K. MOREIB Do-It TounelfPlomolni amazed by the excellent 10 punl giant Mid waetoenDili ''110.. Watford ManafactartntAUCTION .b. colni aid aold p aunaai. ell..r.
Torn Harper of Fort Smith. thla Mrit day of ManhD "' tmiir car, SILl, the laWit .1 leo.trnlo and Electrical Suppllei .. .,t btulaeii thai a Hmpllfled 'Nelwa Jew.lrr. 1M aoma P .
mechaalcii Pre laformUlin and delKerr values. Don't .1..ln. .1
Democratic national committeeman -; IIIIL equlomrot. Our delay Act ia
H KI.OAV. in eiperllr taka car. of all aulotlve tool rental pip' cut and thread make you SALE
for Arkansas said Rocke- {'I.ERK I Or' THK CinCLITCOl CI .. ,......1... Call >32JJratloa M. 24 noun, .*.>io.. esa-541*. I ly Por lull 1.1.1., call Ralph.. Ham.JJ4- Fvery Saturday 7:30 p,mBAKU'S 106 Machinery 1 Tools
feller's -KT *" '...1... W* pIne SAltor. uXU4. LakilandPrinting. euI t..I. hOI.
charges were "a bunch Tampa
By Vlvl.a A. Pun'la ... suaipiAnte. 01. .Id. 82-11.
of baloney." ''RPqL'!: .1 Iwputy Cli. I write Avanu 0 Tampa. n Plortd 4117Plorlda AUCTION GALLERIE ACILIENS.. WD11 OutfIt' ,

Rockefeller, GOP national U EP Seat Cevers S4 Help Wanted, Mel.WANThD 'Twairtj Passo. 5-7102.. Bll. .U
POR ALL printing spade .II
committeeman. made his re- IN THE CIRCUIT COURT TENTH SAND AUTO Boat Co..'". Cornp1,0. tall MU 2....your.. Commercial Prutctwrheadi. : APPLICANT (or poiln RTNUUH1P POB .I.! Aataectrle W* Bur o.Sell lor Tsp I 107
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT P0 L K automaur. Intarlor SM . 4US B e. n W. PlBBiblng SvpnllstMontgomery
lno. IILhuyapblne.R.dlator Mutldma Will trail
u. of Ai.Ulenl Butldlnc Impec.r
marks on Walter Cronkite's COUNTY FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY CanS Male Pnao MU t-7S1S. Frogs MU 4aojJDBED
.n"'ln. mill
apulr" CI'U Brtlc Olflc ..01. I"ntla vanned
Columbia Broadcasting System clue Hall .. s, Ward
Cli N*. S1244: Docket SO CencrstsJCINIID Service A. .1.41 iTs from 414 bp Ouarinteed ,
news program.Fire Pig No 2MBUNA t'e ROUTB MAN for .Uklaad. area . V. Slugs. W..t. GET A GAS WATER
LOn!!!'; annws.rijtintif4: ) to rail on reialar cniUimert' *ad* la* accepted HO
CONCRXTC cantrac- ANY TTPB radiator aenrlo. Mimed lie 13-40 paeanS 5.rvlei .. ... Seme Mt 43471TV HEATER
I t'I Iii, Drlvevari, tloora.. aldeaaikilew cleanlnt. .....rln.. ....ulldl.. phona ISO *eek wrlitoa i,.ran- appro.AUlomObt.. sie.a't lu.'I. . 444 N Wabub., WARS
-\' .- itrnta. .....boo patloa andirldie Paddy Radlitor Banrto. MV 1..0 d..a. Have Hot Water
JOHN hENRY BROttX' : .. *. B, B. Marrla. 4MMI4.akilan 'saill teed t* atarI. Colprnia.Isn tilihern loll,.as .orft.r Puar.tOwa. HAVE 05 pailnoapns top 'ru. Need
Damages [)wreodant. ) ... *. 6-4 4HERMITI D.L 10' asia 1144 4 PMC*. S. Yo JU I
NOTICE Of BUIT t'Z I RADIATORS BLOCKS lleanad : : AND P.ot control *alM- 1 CN.le.T.I" 2550. 14-Hr. 1.-11._

Frame House HP" (OAfrOK* rlfOltlPA TO: Drsp.rI.s I on .>iatet. CrilcPIo. aithod noanita man Biperlenc. helpful BrureTermlnli Park. approi. 4% acr.. 117 N. Kentucky
JOHN HK.NRT BHOW all ITpee Orniler 1102 221 New Abnrndsle "

(addma realdenra unknowTu CUSTOM MADE drapa. altpcat-'.....in Ptorlda .U.4t01 Hlihwn C..I a.. '210. WIU AUCTIONFriday MU 2-5103

During Night ar hereby notified. that( a or* and apaaleieriiM Tear f..- Radii, t TV MAN UNDER 4J fr all ..511.d001 UdC Only
..ill for nl\nrr. h.. been filed : nil ar aura Pr** MUaiaMi la Repair It. 0....._ itartlna .....,. 730 IQt PIss HnkB.1 lost.
ralnt Ito. In th.aIaov.en(tIled ,our Home. Coup Urau. till He. 1410 monthlr Complex iralntnapraarani .".1. M ; P.M ..

Fire raced through\ a wooden ,.auee: and that yu pro her'!,) aaipa Uiaha MF *- *M. EXPtirr: RADIO and TV serflcaplw Apply 1U Bail Mraiarial _. ap.Pr's W* pay SPECIAL
required. to nerve a copy of you, lena aialitura pnoflai, alleyyour 1 Blvd I M sad oooior Or..t. "U,poke 1 520 (05... < Sludlai. SAL 0 tad abr Or&l...
framed home 923 N. Florida JIMMY
at .
oe.uer.'roIh.r rltton II..n_ 'BCMMOTDAI. eet I* repaIred. In cur mod. Phone MU W3"1 far appointeot WALKER'S Opal Caanl.. .. '. S0i .
Ave Monday night causing extensive ..poe 1KOIANO KOHrKCMllfrii : -rs Imp at a tile prlr. Brim AUCTION CENTER FlorIda a"l
,our""$ tat end ia.a U. or nil
aitornrya. Whote idIron. .
damage to the home and PCNCB oanaaar Hrdl II..., and TV IIIU APPLICANT POR cklrf. affliwr JOHN J. "Iv.ns
ta P. li. 1).1' l.'n, Ijikrrlnrlda Laareat prI._ no ..... parnMntaranterd for fir* department. PorMoaal ...... OLD PIANO
new ltI-11
. 3.5575. 41S loaifello, Pelt l*>
its contents .n' hef thrt ,
on or >r w. vont b* u.5550laId. Intanrlev tend t. NEVER Suburban
resoai electric
Fire officials said :181t < .v af April A. I>.. IMI. godhCor. tga isod ".u",",. 110I0 IIlls .10'S Mover Win* Pint Dlitrlrt *t of Polk C*,. rang .USE, '121. Air condl. TRADEINJAMBOREE
department or lminnllai..ly ttimnfliM PtSr enlI5.... PO Boa 105 L.ke''laodunlU 4000 1.000
the home owned by Negro Wil I. file with 111. llrrk. or the .lme iit& BT""si rjJKi! iow? sl,1..
IOtrl.d Court the rlulnal of Mid riUt.re MAN Waded. 0_ .1 "rll
lie E. Sigler, was damaged by SInCTIe r aald rlttrn, derMiKmf :r> EXPERT: .......". at aiotn ., for advancemml. Applr I* 'J "s.rl' IIIU Hosda 3"3jJ". II Tnking n piano
fire from undetermined an 1. RIDU anal ...."lira "...... bate. ...... ".._Ie koraaU ...rwa it 71S B..t Mraiorlaud e 1RDBXS. organ? Now i th time

an or If TO'i fall to do ao., d aocr. proM M.t_'. .Paraltur. 'a"" aaa131 ., tall Helium .....I.. arf ; AM !I.JIOMILI. Am DRIVEH8 lie n to n way pin Itrau. tablei to see us about trading In

... .f.uo Kill 1M vutorod a.......1 CI tr*. aa-stlt MAl maiMS for .n' snaIl. lr 'iO.axouo-li frame..hln.. ._d. picTure. old
igin.Two .' id oDor your Upright for
IOU for tha relief deniandvd inthe Phon Us-sell. for a* I.. piano
trucks, one from the r..urDt. Lo' a. a itar. at 1209 Street
Plllnii for Cbr. of
i rumpIMI"I.wtTNI' Inceme Tax Reefing BR2 WHeaebi. one our lovely new nodels -
northslde! station and the other ;KH my rand and onirliln.al eldest.' I..ur.*. Banlortr
l if offW at nrtow. Polk FIVE RELIABLE MEN *. Am,.. ItMk ** BEAUTIPUL HAWAIIAN Music I giving
toolIng repaired' arreplaced.
from the central fire station ALL TYPES .1 "n.t
aunty, VIal Ida. thla fth day of INCOME TAX Repair itiannuedDeeeon a 05 y P.....Harvey ,.D. .t losS 41 14 per yird. exceptional trade allowances .
answered the call and broughtthe )larch, A. I). ID>4 C. _liac Company, 444nn i'p eU/f aetorr ...."r. Opporinltv 455 .1 Florida Avenue. pews* Cotton PUftY it 44 and many
flames under control 1), H. KUUN. JR. $5 and up ....001] for abov* ..... ...nln...211. otneri ..u. price, Wol-I.: on old upright pianos.
Cloth Circuit Court .nd rommiMioa With a ,. wall carpet er are* run ,Come In this _kt

Sigler reported that the house (SEAL* H & R Block Co. k..... Reee.ii rampant Thl l* permanentm '5 Mertgaget yur in* SlId .d... Preeeat ..I
(' In prnonil Stripe.
fn Nynn
was insured No amount of dam By M rllJC HASTINGS WMkdan S A Id. to S P M.ah BouUl In\nl._ Tweed COl. CANNON MUSIC CO.
rRLKNS RkPAIHED Ineectreenlna Woo 10 110I.,1'.J0.0 HI-u.*
tuply Clerl DPl
RUT rwftaano PHA
S 303
41 Bun M S atlD. .I Cloeed Sunday! PlorIds .W-I14S
was available this morning l1-U5 .. replaced in wood or sod *. Pint Moriu 1.1101 .
CI 108 West Walnut St. metal. I..... PIeS tip. aelitmm ''', Corp of Plarlda SM ftora .Pahreci.. Cad CKy Hwy . 0. mdar BMnlnia
department officers said Fire INVITATION"" TO .IO M COLLEGE ,.. Ave. MTJ 4-3137 .. North of Inuntit USED LESTER Spinat P'' ,

Marshal C W. Cumbee was to &" .I..t hid", In dupllrau will n* Phone M-19M SES HOSPITAL BED Amiria aprlihicr I pm. finun MO southLonnell .. .ma.
PPLT for rk ..
new SEASONED let
- Peels LOCAL ,
i'neli rd at the affif* of th* Fin.nih. SwintMini Toted grocery .u.. In.. l53.5t. .
have investigated the cause of ... t'lt rUe t\at,mlaalon. this Kinrtal :... Repairs .rDt: prtaait9 for MO. **.. 43404 t* 44444 P a'I.rrnsa.s 5e Ford San truck. good.O... .
the fire this morning. '_ BoukMl. l..k.lan _tunltf l*> win PL l l
1"1'''''''.. to b* "| *n'4 at I'" P.MTXLKKOAY u.Eft.ACttIoDNT ahad**. pal 14. enemlrali auppllea.gulpmevt. . HOME IMPROVEMENT loam tarepair N.. T54n5a )llph.ap. 2M
LEGAL. AOVta.TlatMi.MTINVITATION AIIIIU K. IM4. for .. IP part and repair Imp.Bt . [" .*.. 101 Baa MaSs. 11.0 repilnt ar add Al.2'3345.
-- TO lID 't". followIng material IMw Paper funi. two. sow MO 54430.LiwaPUWir, FOR a.. p .... _'" .U CI.r.'I SHOLARSHIP Lakeland Mort *** Corp .l.ro .. b.la
Heal" hid will h* n>c4>*d at **a S M sad USED prImp.
.. and 204 souui Taaeia A'*.... FURNITURE 1..Iloclisp op,.
and W.
I),. offlra of th. florid fllru.rnmmlavlnn pi w* was treated w Ilk'III" 1Ir..n-H-clo.u. 054-51140 8 p ., Tnurtdaf far pHioaal M.a a :
lakeland. FlorMa. .,mbol.-(idM all' mmcmt17 RqalrsLawnsdowse 'I ......, t..nJ. sppliances. upholstering. ,
cup and loaM four silt',''' == TtUvbUmBphehrttfiBg
till 1 F. M, oej Viixlamday April
Buy sell
trade. H
.47 cupa)I. (Color 1 wigrvau .aPA/tullO. .... M
sr IM4, for ta I IHiryhj o :
On* Curt. JulrHi ViniItr' and oran.... r>. (>rrn sad 15.1. th......... IUP and I P05 TUZV2SlOi ,.,..... oa an CAREER Bargain House Highway
-own Curt Machinery lor. :Sn' 1710 and 111'.... No ISIS. lOll mo..'" &ID..,. 1201 toni... ; ... I.." moUsgIn .eetice. sail OPPORTUNITIES at 9
por tlon ModH miss or approved faoiila for rolor flInt b.. nub- C 5Sf? 2J'0.. 1118.rll" CII, IU ...... Nor Cibeonu. MU .
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mliu-d for .to.
rqualIwllvrry quantity run approval tout of aitplatra We have more qualli o
to b* F. O B. LaIAlr.d. I SHOP ATHOME
and ngralnr must brInrludrd leads than our can ONt
FloridaIh POJ1IT
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Commi.Ionreecryos In bid prl< biIKrryta ,aAwuliJ'T UPHOLAl WINO 4ir .OVNMUIT .1. I._ ITO
Florida Itrui take of .
care I m looking
k. mad patkagMl In standard *. Slip eoven and drape re.- dl-lJ 01"
or alt bid th. rl.hl to reject any hulk unlta, and KLMII: Ur;- : See the "Business Oppor ......., Pra eillmatei plek. ..,fo J ambitious men over 0"1. J w.t. .1.2.. .
LIVERY. Prle drllFnI .0 ..u_,. P11055 PS'dOSO. .
,.) PAM' A. BANKS 21 want .LIt PLIt
..kclaad. Klurlda.' Tnrfnmm HoIII..I" Vuegd h 'rndempoyment oor'
In .
tunitie. ads today's ya eb. IsiS .
t!..IMI l bail man ..."n.' ba .......1.... A.y Inqulrlr / .tikes. no Co MU IUU.IRUJ .1" f'd like t hammer home
. rrarar4ln. 11:... aiMwIflatnma I VtntfiaB luau
for the best and save. Turn the
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS paper buys. 0 t I, 1. la the
muitt w mail not l I... crVI lays u w. you
Tub flt-Cll
NAMI LAW 1k un.n.e tp't.. houra pHorto ISRllCALA AND Out aucaianufMlvred work, Classified Section for real .u..o. anne I
Notlr la Hrrvhir Given that lhundiralinail bid .......1... Cnorrwla.. It Rpllrd clMnadreflnbhed .1 f.aiL.SocI.oIo C. 515.15o5 with a Inezpcaslve' elassrfid I
rtsilllng to *m 'ii* In will br "tenoidneed that th *aaiitiirkmionii AU. alsaspode vea- pay. I values offered ta you 2riAirVpr't i
bust.... undar th.. fliililuui, namaof ara ....n' undraluod Ii.. .MInds Alr-Ula. MU 4VS7I1 I' b .be piTita-r.... ad. Dial M mn
NOTftX UAKKLAND: : ai nun- b>' .11 Mddrra, Apply 310 Arcade Building Lakrland leading firms Isp SlactOls. .t t
her 1114 :UI Mamorlal' nonlnid P''I' lot 'Iher drtalla. mil at the IF YOU WISH TO BE LISTED IN THIS Dem., Monday Saturday saws. S.r.tlo grill with mITi now t bring in new bus1T ,

IB the City of Ukdxnd, Hl'<'rldamtanri shot. offlir, The nirMa .'(trap I D I now. and npIi Pore' roolrr PrlviuajL '
tn refiner the nalri nHinc4Mi ' .inrnUnl l.ti ra..\.. the right I. I BUSINESS 'CLASSifiCATION a "... .
... th* Clerk of Hie I'Ircult Court ,jrt any nr all hld WANTKDMALB clerk for part -

of Polk' Counts' rmrlda iLLII'rVa (I.) SXM BANKS DIAL MU 6-1151-Ajk Classified,'me wnrk.iat.5,55 M Sails ad. ... ..IayPPiraW .4 CU r O. ""IM.,. -._T-
fell 5i
EDWARD JUVIII USM I ma* 511110 .M.295. LakHand LMaer \.- ;. I. A' 5. >w. I

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I Wv w MEPI 04.'mqt I TrVTPLL GMl A BUhCMirnckv I ;'
'SAV' 101M'
CAMFIHO trailer Bee WILL PAY 8100 for el... ear *wi e VIva; Lfl1.l PtECtON ) A cvwifct I I IT'D&CWOIERIMA
trie .beet before burlnt any Id pl.t.p. '11 or 01... .U 04400 P47p oais nog AgltlR'i .' ,!TIMTHifWaR9 / 1(11P 9T11RtIi'FOR 1 WEEK OR TWOl HOW 153 Houses Far Salt 153 Houses F.I Sale
11II81 Park Blvd. FuuUat lIP A 'm1NQ '
WANTED 1M3 ; ? C0.iMrflEG CiCIMIS A nw MONTVWl.lWHOT : 5
Park. Florid*. Ot07r0lo5Tpoji UI<-nm9 $SACRIFICE TWO bedroom naitc.
-Door Sedan. Power and air. A.. TI1vEErKRtgi THEV PRiO'Jt'
dlnlni llvlnt
tent four Uni. HI Weet Lemon. Lakeland .
I attic. J17 Sooth
metal frame MI" Ooo4 ooadltteaCaU c
In.r.na o Baet W.I.ul Kitchen
MO '1032 121 Mobile Kernel equip three
THRCB BEDROOM: CB. one bath bedroom
Stave and refrlieraior, Pso.odbItS room on
112 Wenttd Misc.Ilsuus TRAILER. BALM rcntala incar.enoe yard S3 e down MTJ 88377after large lot east Peduced to
itorita, ,,
f parta. "pll.. IB. I D m.
CAlH PO" ..gr vuosid IkoMU lured "Bonded local lid national (9,5001 RN-98.
3-33T1. traoiporura. Jack. 4710 New SEVEN ROOMS and .bath 190noath
rtmpa B thwaf. MO 8-8U4 J no Iowa payment. 05oboolnO
& :... cotlt. no duallfrlni Medulla LGE ONE SOUTH!

AUTOMOTIVE _area. MO S-1028.

ONE ONLY B FOR SALB cr rent .br .... Three brm. two bat

Hi 1 A.ieaieblle. Fer Sal* I Very 01006-41040 two bedroom Florida rm. lot o
NEW 50'xlO' r.m. hottta. Total prlr. I470O extras on large
.rulII.1 Roots. too monthly North
1B83 COBVAIR Monia .... Davit Avenue. Call 888-0808. lake.
radio. neater. automatic tranomlHlon 2 bedroom R-t.
whiu eldewall Urn 1.,. HOU8B FOR tale o trade for

000 enllei MO 1-4,181 $3790R&BMOBILE RENTALS RENTALS RENTALS REAL ESTATE 1* REAl ESTATE haute trailer alter. 1141 4 .U. street.8H3888 MEL RUDY

1941 FORD convertible. Full por .. 1
. potts .1..... New lop Prl..u 129 FurnIshed 130 ANNA MARIA Two ttory. Soon LMLA REALTOR
owner. HKm after S 30.ftAMiIi.Ia. HOMES partm.nttPAnraanrr FNrnlihtd Ho.... 139 Unluniislid, Houses 144 Acreage, Lets For Sell IS1 Real Iskte ExchangeH1QHWAT bedroom hotue with .. tile. MORTGAGE BROKER

bathe aa attractlva with
'U tU eiUndet Waton UPlClPCT ecu.tral TWO OR three bedroom houio air TJNFVRNUIHED FOUR rttmhoaeee NEAR Lake 'I palm treet and fruit treec coo 1527 E. Memorial Blvd
Bnilaait. Five
like new low nileam till 1639 W Memorial Blvd. location PrKtU .ball andnuance. condltMnlnt and central heaUn cleec M aohool |JO. |}| 118Da BuekUiinaai Ba HOIIr. 'lock from beach and convenient

ci dsrer In trade. 8B2-4HO Lakeland Dtllltlet ......Iob",. Adiltc Very comfortable Hoot door to Ideal for email family, MU 0-0720 iue.. 76(131. MU I.J33. D'. '. _. .. li I 005-orson 4 Poet Office Under dial 6M-4107 any time

uee FORD 4 soar hardtop radio Florida only. .13-I o2_. 110..18 Fe Rich School. Reaeonable .ii1LD1NG 'UITABLa for bom. 2520. Ofl. P. '1.0. KeaMinablt termi to .

and hour automatic IranoUilon. 13'' EAST Ume One or two brd .sin MU I-In.. .ad/or .maU b.loooo. Cl0.. IS SMALL TC FOR BA Ru part ee. Owner la town

... Oood -. Will! ...... "LL ALUMINUM n' Alna with .room ktth dinette lItton. room. ONE BEDROOM. non. llvlnt on Kathleen Road MO3 84. real . HAVE HOUla-I.O eouitr In. Don time ta tlaec talc
Ire for .3I.. Call MTJ S-S3I9_ awnlnt priced to cell reaionable kitchen. ......r" pl.ntir itiadtMRAH room dlnlnt room nice bath, water 390 feet M (Bartowibout Rd ) Will 11 veined Write .Prater. General l CLOSE IN AT
SItAR: LAbs I. as 040117.45.1.00bothsod. I ., sec thl* now..ONLY at II.aoo. II. .,.
IM3 AMERICAN convertibleIII7S .7001000 II. Ch>">un, Johsi and tewerace furnltbed ISO, .31 .33. "ar. PI.
Tourlos PinS. COLLKIB T4 Xiuhlnto Taeteful home hac two ". ". phone 821 E. ORANGE
eeo II 38JS BempetiadDrive. Water nutematla. wainer.. .1. in Earl TrUl. .. M3.7MI bedroomt. Florida room carport.Kltohea 152 Rail Eitita Wasted -
Guarantee UI1 !. affect OOnVAIR CAMPER, fully Im.11 blldr1. MU '.jg> with T n Tucker Jr. Realtor hat .built-in yantt and A. S. MORROW ALB FMCtOI! M.70011 A Bartain -

After t D.m. enulpped Low ..II..... MikeitradM lOWER: APARTMENT with- : Old. TWO bedroo... aU ..104171.IltoItno. oven 1100 per month Will Icue REALTORS "I JunO M .block tbcnufflrtoerd

;08 AND' '67 clean BelAlrc CII..... .004 plensi. SenOltd MU 'ar., l'Ie' port SI1 Weil .....blt... Adultc oar, C.IIIIU 3-3_. with option to .buy Winifred. I. Bra b U LIST THIS ccaric ..I.attractive
0-0374 Oann call YOUR
m. both lour door low miltaie __ _, oo peu Inquire inratc ..oar'm. COMFORTABLY niHNIBHKD two cvenlntt._013 3SMSOUTH8IDE 408 k Mmol.1 Blvd BET borne e..I.I. of UOn.

overirthlBi erlt nal. 881.tun .nt la roar.COIFAGI _. bedroom home. Car....... ,Good POUR bedroom two 11-1'1 _._ PROPERTY WITH US room kllelho. bed.. and
10 13 30 30 bath 300 HlBMIeu War. fle edto rear .
FOR SALE boo Falcon Ooodondltlon WtDtS FOUR room Porlda .bborhcod Option t* !buy till per WI: DON TOO Pr. O.yeaigreened i
MOBILE MOMS rentt lei per Month 3I3O: North ",a.lb.'HAI'iD. CAN Coot' TAT la I. *. let
Owotr ,11I. Phono CY IN80RANCBBTORAOB room all ....trl.. air eendltoned, 'thorty' 'I MORB TOUR po",1
ran n BORN
taut.. Winter Hive. I ft PARTS r.0'." tim Bouui riorldtIRBT P10,141.._ MEW three bedroom CB "I DOWN" H. L Br,) Palm MONET THAN' 850 YOUNG' I 200 r. deep t. lerdminl
--- -- or auildma BnlU Call to
"' lui'lI'or' ills thrcuilwut. Bear Southittiehcpplnl r Realtor. ..... 104 S. PLACE. XIW 3 BEDROOMS Ito .L
OOOD CLBAN wblte a-doer o. intpecl -
V... pUrl tbllt radio lour DEE'SMOBILE A'M'II4CTIV. T1IAIIIr room ....... Small t.. Bedroom home Car.port . echooll and bu. tup NL ESTATE[ A i[ ne .ec Avenue Phone MtJ -Tn. AND BATHS HEAT CENTRAL ALL AIM' COND 1(1.

elmott ... tttM 1380 .011. M II plot. 140. AI. 01.05100 loom Larte cereened porch Nice Ito per month MX 2411131 lNsst> to S. Ttna Ave. PtrklntWE EVEN TRAVBRAB 'IIT.I'I
with let. Wool Lakeland fit Trenton Loll 10 AfI KEN HARRIS
.3dn. HOMES Silo 9710506. 12. .31 lailRoaO. MOIlERM TWO beIII 10.1,0Hitch. INCLUDED Ar THB
Road Only 113 M a weekMcColloughFrazer. ., WI.E
Wir FVIAOICL' Your .IOdI II 0OO4. Ipnlloocoo sod wllsn PRILB OP 114.900.M. Realtar ricbaator U
I 4t H. Wtbaeh tiirnlihed MU :3-3MO JM-11
Low so .40 0000. .UDollI. MTT IS8 FLOOH. one bedroom twin OET .111 Need UtID.' FIcrMa Avc
0.54 C.... .111161.. ;- brdi. electric kltohen attic faBCaj ; NICE CLEAN houee. live 1.... FJNANCIG for tale ..Iu.,. IY07On000 CAL 11 .
i I ; II BCREENKU room pull up an : > Prance ..r.... Inc. rooma. Bath carport wired for .tar 1131 But _ol 091.3191
VOLVO 1"1. twOs .
I eorunt for ,. tleekrlo .. Hal'l Mi
Camelot MV10I1 TWO lower .10. On city but .IoD.adulta.
foul _spied. trsasmii.i.io. ...ronlo. I BEDROOMS aparted 401 C Memorial MI-TIM : .. _.
S or W011.ndo.TRAIl .1..... no .t 72ft OnmhMRoad ____ 153 Haunt Far Sal
n...... ...... .... ..uwa III.DU .ltr..Unl hrDiobed. n
1111 3.3454.1003P001C0. IlL TRAILER, ..... 83 Oar: ."h". IIioOrlvItO. IDelud- Phone MU i S4TB.UARQKR .
$M 'at Clark Realtr. 404. TWO BEDROOM, Uvlnl loom FOR 4 BRICK HOMES
Bleepc tecdlent ccndt.. : OLDKR: three bedroom TKBJCB bedroom. Bear ROY Silllf
; d.I and kitchen, furauhed SEAL
to' 001otonuth
00547 -,00 ,
I Uon .100. ;,,.. Pi.ks TraTcl 4031CLOHK Nice kitchen with rente. front thopplBf 13400 lout.-.
...II.41.3.. Teo.Il.r 0n3.. Ult Eatt Memo.1M7 IN. two clean. cpaclouiparlmente with T,. R.Earl Tucker Trantuc Jr.. "Realtor''-116II and back, porch sari... I7t cloeela. HOME BUILDINGAND :I iteal at 50,005-413.71 monthly These SELECT BRC

1033 PORD Banch ...an. Ills. .laI BI.d. into 115 _tl,. 8B8-TI73 Earl Trantue. .IU.7MI with 6004333. are ready
On WhO Oak Avenue In Kattileea" BPORTSMAN' Water lurnlahtd Clark Rtaltr. T .. T1I
MCT 3-0010 oattt. eieeUeat condition 30W.II.full 450 6B6-4031 TWO BEDROOM It* bath alder loan low dowa payment. Monthly 1J3 B. L MEDIATE OCCUPANCY

1US7 CHEVROLZT: hardtop Loaded .: ,aril. term. or equity pint pap. AIR CONDITIONED: el/lcirnor ame home. Modern eioolh Interioriar TWO BEDROOM ........ block COMMERCIA I parmettc 108 M monthly In.oldla. Phone I..U4 Features include 3 & 4
aeantown 180 Lanellvini
factor* air oondttlonlnt One.. m.n" 10 aoD_ Circim e8llo unit hear Hutchlnton OoU duplri noon Sean and Wardt $0.55 104 111.....Call
toil black flnleb ...""'In. Interior . aOtiI ar... S 'I" Cooree. 1109 KorUi Florida A... room and kitchen 8U Mel Rud,. 1J37 E. Memorial See .rt. 4 304033.. BRi, 2 Bath Florida and

Loot than eoooo mtlee. Ftnanttni nu.. 1379 4107 ashy" timeSOUTH8IDE LOANS 1803 STAUNTON AVCNUB Dining As low as

11802. ." ........ 813-8719 814.. 124 Trvcki, Trailers NOW MASONRY dunlin furnlh CLEAN: .. Drove MODERN:Park two dlitrlet.. .bedroomduplex Now051s0 111KU 81IlHOOM: furululud sountorslolmsd Corner lot. three bedroom Reduced . OWNERS SAY $450 down Rom.- FHA and NO

1 1 NU 1-139. too bttht Florida room,
or bedroom. Adulta cnlpOrc .Dtr.1
'13 POR8CHE: Super BO II 000 'N P00.0. .tool fins 5s4 1110 "'.. .c Park area n.. el K1 4aMOUND location 878 888-0194_ TWO bedroomt.lane sir and Snot 813-1031. SELL! ! DOWN PAYMENT VA.

....... radio. Duniap Urn '3._. call MU l-Ia08. FLOOR. attractln CLEAN FOUR react .uo... Urn llvini ..... SloTs and noIrtoslotor FIRST FEDERAL ii'7wo: ........ la.Readi LMI.A
MU S-1758 porch. convenient location, SMadulta. .. .
for Unmedlala 4 lane clotelc b illt
apartment free laundrr laolliuea lurnlihcd. IM month .r1.
-lH TRAILER tarpaulin 811-4331. 1802 Boom 'o. ,.. lIcks area built-in. 10. In .UOD room. Florda .
M4 CHRYSLER Clean excellent 30 30', Hi volt ',.".Ior. All for reoreaUon Grow Trailer City lacc. MU 1-OJ33 .
condition. Attar Bartaw Hlthwap Bakm Park swains wndowa, full tilt room Central heat air EGG RANCH
ninalnc Ipm 113* 1VW North Crntal Like041o5. bath'nodern SAVINGS h\ .D
N1CB THRU bednicm IM
.. terrain .. trreeaed Beautiful 0 IJ'
DECORATED .n'll..d.
lall Ml 2-G04.t. '_348'. NEWLY for rednlble 1. "
VERT Slid diplos.l.oc.. teth buncalow for tale
arrent Priced at III 1190000 dowa No'
1MB BSOUIRS etallon wacon .5. PORD IIlchll. Trad. ton "00or plenty 010.0\&. erreened ...robPrl. Street part 104 Watt Cannon I... ....,.....U, HS-oi 4. month after a -parmeniCaa t. .\.... RM.1n.NE 10 ACRES with a nice 3

8178 Pair of ill. and ladder '110 ........ IiIU 14793. lie. MU 1-1831 boo Beet 'AND LOAN ASSN. .be eeea dally at Sun Aoree BR 2 Bath home with
bom '1'. 8U.3813O Main 3027 REDWOOD Information call Jerry Mar largeliving
0400 V two peed.
111 Far Rant MlscilloneoviEFFICIENCr LAKE and
'< COMET ranch waion. In vrrrlt 12' aluminum vane body radio LnlCUNCY, UTILITIU >>.1' TrTREB BEDROOM TWO BATH CT 4-1318 ar Dan WlBUrt room fireplace.

>od condition 1898 Sea at 000 .ater. Eictllenl condltM*. Set- mound 1100' ,.....Id.. Call "Ua.aIJo. CB HOUSE 0000 10 11:10": lOR. Downtown: Orange and CT S-1433 nOLLNGSWORTURd""d Florida room, screened
Hut Braaoa load ar after Icm 413. I APARTMINTS Btlt- 'HOOD CONVENIKNT: BPS 1)8 9117 WILLOW Avenue. Three '
0000037.COMIT. NICELY FVRNI8HKD ..t..... ::1.... lurnlthed. men lit _k.. ABOUT THE P1UCB BEPORC: Tenness bedroom. S balk carpeted llviniroom 1rlm. dlnlnt porch, work .ho and 2,000

"81. tour door nation 125 Buses iloec I.. air ,conditioned niwlrdecorated Two .bedroom country homDownittirt YOU RENT Phone 686-8111 family rccm alrooodltlonnt . p"h bro.U.t beautiful w Leghorn
SouHiildc aptrtmen ,
gulct, permanent adilte patio. .. with citrat6I3JI44 room er. llooooodowB
0.0gb Phd rad a and beater JOE P. BRIDGES .lt. hens also
863.19a. Nc .
for .In.m.... .101. cottt RN-raj air-onditone
Niarlf new '300. Air conditioned. IBEQ ... 711 Fait LimeHAVE
SCHOOL kUCM Cl 133S a. Fionaa AVC Grove Lake '
: Crystal
For ate A I ,condlUoB low mile- I'ord. Chivroletc Pak THREE BEDROOM: CB. 1150dowa fully egg ho.e
and olhert MU SIVFRAL nleclr furnUhed Hotels Hewoes I Den phone: eft] MI4 II L. Palmer equipp
tic. Fereoa with food credit can .1834. 131 NorUt Lincoln .... Iwo room kllobenctlec with prl- Apart. Drive and MeadowbrookPhone monthly payment. '8'.1 Shorty) and 6 pastureC01742 -
150070 low caeri dowa Mailmurc .u.. vela aaUi Beaeonable met. 1(10 FOUR BEDROOM two .bath hon 1 037 p01.514 Blvd. .. Realtor LMLA
30 .....Ib., liei than .40 monthly AVBNTJB Hotel center ol 683 7121 104 South Tana. .
I .081b. 118 week UUlluei fur.litacd PARK One Mock from collet. 1100 110 DOWN, |7I 47 mcnthly for Avenue
Phone S8a-880t >> Will ilvt frtt rest to itt- town Lake Walet. For clean llv month Call MU 4..lll. CB home In Ediowood Park Phone N'- 1'
RENTALS I. couple for fewFOR lnt. Low monthly. weekly dally I Fenced sod Ntsl to B. Avc. Lot)
:bl.u.d..ODd. !> built In.
___ TURK BEDROOM: carport. Crrt- P.
,si.eom.o. for CoOrs. sod wonkin 81-4111. SHADY OAKS MANOR
117 Automobile. Wantttl I ..,..... rOODe'" 0' 1.a,. .... Pood .nU.bI. I-"U Lak.-817.. C-loin. el1'.I1-0. R0A0ONA0LLON1R"L: .
2f Rosiness 07SI. : 14 Business Proparty do.. payment. 'r.. .bcdroomitwo .
WANTED C'LIrA" tsr. '11 Ie 'NlIod.l. Places For Hint HKNT furnUned ...arlnlfDt.II00VI.111 .I 133 Mobil. Homes full bathe lartt Florida Just North of Cit- Some

Call "U .3.111.. : and water turn eliedriUl 140 Wonted Ta Rest Mlie. RESIDENTIAL COMMER 0 1 A L room I .a carport brlrk Ont $50 PER MONTH sites have CITRUS

PAY CAIH for piviup 'tluell or 003 1241 Kathleen Road nduttrlal lota tllet all ariaa .. sTir old Phona MTJ 1-403e arUU
ear .nd.. '11 .ad... PI.... loll 840 SQ. FT Call 0004070.Cl.001 ONI IEDRooM fornhohsd .trill PolED: ATTRACTIVE home. lurlthed . Rudy, Realtor. 1111 s Memorial 3.85BIIARQAIN. I tnd I bedroom Irtmt homec, TREES-others have OAKS
Jr 10' roD" Call "U 3-3" Iba' aiutt ... .
Blvd .
.U 3.0160.CAlM OFFICE FOR RENT! DOWNTOWN: T.. lirti or unfurnUhed for profeeeloaal ATTRACTIVE twc Na .111. & PINES Situ range
IN B llanh tar or plrkup ,rn Ticker'i Drut more Bulldlne! rooma VtUltlec paid 114 ...tl,. NICE TWO .bedroom trailer. llrhteand ., adultt Ftp top rent, IM S 821'. bedroom CB. lame 'IDld. room. .eu.UrII.... down paymentand BO from H acre to acres in
81 or alder. Call ''''1181. WIldPill 0143. PtTed parklnc la front 383 South New York 813'4M8. water Inrnlthed. Laundry ladllUM .' I..... Clark Realty 6M-4031 Owner ..nt Offer. John a.... utility. swaIns .., Ills b.l.1..ul.l. yon Mlnlma1 move For Information
tvilltblt 3001 North Floreai I. site Prices !
Howorl.WANTID and roast .Terrauo Heart. Ideal APARTMENTS. I9M. 111 10. Id. .1011. 150 a.alt. 1. Wool Main Bt birch. eiblntU. float Monday throuiD Frldty Ito average .-
or doctor t office medical 11310 and 111 week Llthu.waUr .hol. .tr. aol churehet. Paved 100 with LOW down
: OLD Junk .ar. 0' new or per _' REAL ESTATE INDUIITII TAC BdJolL itrectt, no city .. Wond.r.rul a pay.
... .. upply outlet. Central bums and laa urnlahed Cblldrea CLEAN MODERN furnlWi.d II I. MU
.k.. for n. Prompt plckap 1..I..t.I nelihborhcod, nIl,..: ments
and air condltlcnlnt lilt monthy .' welcome Alec Meeplnf .oom. ".IIe .. cot tee et. Owed llvlnt eon Acre 2.616HOMES
Call Batkt. 613-HOI Call T R Tucker Jr. a.aI'l 414 Ea,t Oak MU 8-9317 dltiont. utllltici furnlohid But' 143 Mobile Home Lots Jobs J.'h"r'nlril. 818 l.n' home. '760. Termi. Bit
: dUoount
Wir PAT tit UP for Junk 5070Pro. tor. MO I-717] 110"111 weekly M3 3917. 4103 I my taulty
Tonkel Iron and FOUR ROOMS' and bath, Ion 717 tOG blcckt taut
pick IP II..DI"
M3. *'"Io.n rurnlluro. Adul". 1I.lm. ,TWO BEDROOM trsiior"ii'pnt. TOU'U, ENJOY Ibid OB your nt Acrct. Also BY SCOTT KELLY
Mst.I 311T BUSINESS CORNER I mIni pool 841 South BUM...., ,.10 lot. Is qOln.5 I 1331 Olllt own lot In ....._ Trailer Bi 146 Farms, Groves, Ranches trade for Ihlln.1' or truck
Street: I tatet. Lartt lute pavtd ttreetcid IB8-373S FHA MANAGER
FOR LEASE i lURU ROOMS and bath.ro iid O.no. REALTOR -
all utilltlea Restricted Two
floor. Dlilelaad UOA. PbontMO i COMPLETION. Trad
Center of No Kentucky 'andarktr 134 MoblU Home Lets blocki Bait ol Lake Parker en In araniet 7 yetrt aid, Ooodftouit In 213 So.
aC3MTHREE dctlta ftaturlnt tep- $100 DOWN
bow want, and availble I June' Street Follow Hint BId tattland tlana
Pindtm Chevralit will_ IftOO t<. feet plut 100< : : ROOMS, lurnUtied tpart- jkKB SONNY Pour Stat Mobile ward Hollows. Jr. Realtorand 10* Norl. U.O. d nln> rccm o..I.d tarnly MU 2.5195

bur lout tar II Ill cl dock Writ or phone, Ret nmk Pldorlr: couple preferred Home Park New' I....... 1 late InLakiland Developer MO >-J3J4. ..ro.. 1 0os,At. adJlbln.. M.loll room entry with toper ftrenlace. double. laratJrltr doubluor ... Many a.lo. 10m.. I la all boo.los. .
man 3333 Xllloolt: 1311... 931 ta t PalmettoixCEPTIONALLT ( l. >> .
l1n'l Slob and dry Municipal Thomat, (IM 718m Bert Rodfera, Brae. Ltktltnd, de..Irtble I..or.l.dl
atece Florida and Me 1711BARUAINS payment at lol.
: NICB new eleotrle. water cewermeter THREEEXTRA Realtor tddreu NEAR SEARS
Phone 385-3429 Block to 1'1 Slop by our office or' call &
apartment Air' conditioned U de.jlred tae, bu llnee THIRTY "r. WARS
HIGH? Telephone MU J-J414. Ill new Orore Park Bliopplnt Onter LARGE aeret loonOrOeiScloiIlotoIacludIahohte.., 3 Bedro". I bttht .... .. heat.
FOR RENT. Ofllce .ar. eltn Eait Charloc Street.APARTUJCNT Oood lake llihln and .koauUia .. O\\E : .1. '1_. Intro T. R. TUCKER Jr. "". complete built
010,5705 .." .. CoAl 1111-31.1 Small ...... 140 forth Crre- TRAILER LOTS retaklnt equipment 1.ln. . rooms. .oom. Oils In riots. sons ipoeal 11010woultet
Pvtdarvli Chevrolet will par afl : LIV1NO dlOln. houee ready to operate .
tel Lake Drive MU 7471. .th-I.b.1 .0.dlloDod .
waehir onddr"
,.tzr late medil car aad tend kitchen. bedroom. bath ncwlrdecorated SEE 110.0 n% down Maloolm '1010. I IIUSI REALTOR .. rl'.t.
home la one Ton can afford 129 rnlihed Apartments utIlIties tornMied t 5RMldenoc FIVE ACRES with well and eeplle nlthtt. Worftodssre Thl I. home wlttt
lev ,
oak ... ...
\ : Three Bedreom 3IS N Maw aurobaeed
.8 .1171. office H3- tank paved road tbadc and.Ird.0 LOT #26 #27 #4 RreJtor 8M- 11L CH A. Lakeland rloor .
Sec Mr Ruenn 0004000. I. bU. M air a.7173FHA I.. ... rep ..... coil
FURNtBHEO OR nnfornlihed prteala 40MTHREB tpace Wil 1._ eODdltloo'l j Aroa 4 Hodroomi. teparatt d nlnt room

PENDARVISCHEVROLET bath entrance. .31 00 ta ROOMS and bath. Ntarcrrital SHADY LOTS tbuffleboard modrra on Reynolds Road just. 120 ACRES Oorl.1.lId.e.D.,. _ "__' VA Area Poprl, Manater Nan. I iloutltd front purcb. fenced ,..d
D8I 00 monthly Nance Apartenla. Lake. I4A month. ex14JO faoUltiee. clean P..t rooms, Near Lake Morton an B
MT 1-4.*.. cr e a-lOo ihowen and laundry clftn .... South of Crystal Lake Dr 1960 Valencia I yean old. 1.0 I THRFE BrDROOM CB.10 down, ".ylvanla. Exec lent tcrmc Owner
18400 $01 .nth.
muss .... el
tl trallera Three Hamllnt 74 aid
UPPEB TWO bedroom. iltI.. yeart 1.1 1103 North Wtbiter Avc. Ml I
Phone lu-4041 $149 .OO Pineapple S ,.... old.
room kitchen, bath cedar cloutear 130 Furntihtd Hovl.i 11 H. 5-4000. I MEL RUDYLMLA
310 M Florida A... N.> ttorit. but Adultt .a"747 Ini 1 year old toed
home Adult. 135 Rooms fir I..? $150 Down $25 Month TOO .. Price 12 75O per .r. PRICLonl RIPS E S S B D REALTOR
WOrEL APARTMENTS one and 0t down Balance T yean. ar. BUILTALL
two room.. Uaena u lIlI.. furtinned. onI IP. Ii... _a. ..,...._ SOCmootli Phone Jim Poetri MU wIth T R Mel Rudy Realtar B. Memorial .. MORTGAGE BROKER
permanent ...ld..U. WJ LAROB ROOM el.... Dear but IU1 163
> .
DUIa MetcL 4800 New' rocks: .. jr. Blvd 1S27
E. Memorial
Tampa Hltbwir lent: ValenclB Oentleman preferred c man and 682-6118
.U'. Price reatoneblc MU 1-l3te 10 A. motors InolualneVal.bo. THREE: BEDROOM CB I kt ..., dial 686-4107
-TWO BEDROOMS: eCBPlcUlpfurnlahcd ., BRICK HOMES any time
CLEAN lot cu
DUPLEX attractive lItre.P000n.
.blth 880 moathlr W.ler. 411 Weet Bolmir III ROOMS FOR ro... Brceee condl- .''.e a. rr.FHA. Widow 1..t,0D.II.ln..
FIM D Ii fASiIn fire protection) .rubblih collection p.r ... >nth. DrIft ..,. UIIB ctu tIonod kot and cold water IB 144 Acreage Lets Far Sal, 13JSBAROA1NI. 10''U.

lurnlthed Call 482-1318. Available ... C. Lett. Diet Realtp 1011 ._jh room. dally" maid tervlcc 2 A. ircvt Includlni' ".I..1. NO down payment ea your let 1805 Elm Road
Mri man crop m% BEAUTIFUL: modern
Ea.l Main phone MU t133 1931 per wtik oar 70,0. d.
ImmediatelyTHRU I Oh.,. Phone 813-7148. Oso.. LAND BUT-1811 norm tcrnl 40 A. Oa. trcrt. home. three ....rom. m .beta. SMALL down payment an cur lot
ROOMS cleen aulet. cea THREE NOOM8 couple or with Hotel 131 hcrth Kentucky. tleared vine land 110 per acre 'I.O. ac tins atrner lot. convenient" location
the Want Ads! Home, Ural location Electric: kltrneo. all 1 bear. atllltlei optional. Hear bu. 'U'. 1340 care cattle ranon fenced ton 1 Orange trore near Crytlal who II100ath -urge 3 BR block home
uulltlec furnlihcd. Adults .DI,. sod Ito,.. MO "-16J'. eroeo fenord Corral .and loadlnijhulot 10 well 17.1 111.000 lor taulty Drive ky 3111Bichtitc lie bath-double corner

business or lost dog parking 88J19oaFURNISHED. TWO ROOM ..0..... JJoe ...., CLO8S DOWNTOWN private 'D. ID! per ...... 80 acree da.D. Avenue. Call eeI807IB8 ". IMPERIAL lo
cats trance. II week 131 South Miw .. -2 carports, -1
La's. $171.5.L.AKEFRONT only BUOO 1100 dowa 300 .r. SO A. trove. lieavy pru. Ir Malcolm ThomatTHREB ELI
APAH1MENT8 York MU l40.it3NBBLEEPINa head cl tie. only ISO.ooo.
ra al' :
. Classified ads fill 417 South TCBBCHCC. KcaeonablcMTJ HOU8I" Clidrinsonnet.4. ..IO.111I,0 do. BEDROOMS H bath
0 : roam. octtace 3000 ...... lour nllet. from C.pro. IM A. ... trove.
11851.U71ucnVIILY. Call after I D. ..,. wIth abo.". clean cool ocr .. aardent. D.B. h ahwayfronttit "ruln. down. Florida r. .I cnndltlcnedlenccd CONSTRUCTION CO., M. MARLER
your needs. Look In the ?FURNIBHID dart. 5501330.Thors ureet parkin OeaUemaa tit- only 1780 pso acre See 380 'JO.O.. olne 1.Oranie irartIt . banala In t INC. R

sod two bedroom apartment. 408gouth ROOM turn ehed ..II..... trred MO C-l36t R. C. Leu or R. L. otrdner .ooo.ooo. 3V* 40,0.0O >ort dealralilc location Cull 8814IW3 & SON

classified section nowCs.401lPl.r Florida Phone MO J-3BI7 fenced ,.r'. C.r_.. 73t Oar- Dick l RreltJ' 1011 (act Moth A. Lakefront home 4 troveeueptlonally or 0034004.oouTuomn 411 Bo Plo 4,5.

FURNUBED OR .ml furaUhei ,den StrolL MU 11"1.WIIJIR.III. 136 Rooms With Beard Phone MU "- 133. nice home. private NEW cuUlde city L5d1.-P.omIOor.
dock Trio awetlr .bedroom that will take HUI 1. Mole .1 ..
en betutiful Lake Morton 183 3341 !: .. two bedroum CHOlca, BUlLDI"O lit.. 1110' ba. Oood 207.joTt tree bedt. WilkInS dltfancethopplni a.>I81 8811.>4JI Mi .1
Lake Morton Drive Phone MO carport 17*. Adultc no. p,u3J04 BOARD WITH lunchec la to 141 directly b.hm d 1180 t. 1 and
tlrminttry school
3.Jut!. Jamie. trailer, MO 186- TilevliiloB room Reaeonable. 733 land Helthtl Blvd., COO. MU :, ; ttreet Irom .
MU I 3170 J. BRENNAN --- ---- --
0631 Boul.lt
_: 0SPI.AYIJSDTRUCKS __ PRIVATE: ENTRANCE eerecnedporch. R007THREE. Cut: Oak Street. ,Junior R in. Wctt Win. First or
Uvlnl room .bedroomkltchin : : ROOMD balk twoporchee LAND .i..I. RELTOR I oft South Lincoln Avenue
bath Convenient _Ill- all elecuie klleh.n Ito 138 Unfumbhid Aparti. !, ,. .. I 1' W ". | 111113"MEANWHLE" under ..b.t.u". Full M.I.
11 de niibborhood. Couple anlrBIJ monthly 8330 Ltnler street, ntarPubl warts _lon Lakeland floe landytoll I tion call alter 4 rn too.8010 W YHY Y NOil? Final Home

.33IH. Warehcuic. Inquire 2324Lanlrr >60 ..cr. Termi
coo aT Assetm0010ak&sod'S
LINCOLN al% down s>c ". Back, draw IoIEDUL AREA: 2-3 bedroom. thadid and riffle. fret
LOCATION Cleaa and flnect for colored poor ... all Itl.d.
NICE R. O. Loll or 1C. Lilt al Uile 30 .. WItS convenience
will buy
III pliuant. Loris cloiet I.... NEW AND modem lurnbhed. tile ,... North Uncala and Wed ,11IIIIJ Dick l Realty *. Bait MalaPhono ,a toUt 1 you bedroom nonet.. .A tood ..t. los lota will con CHECK WITH 10uUn .netr I til'O.e Fark thiS could A 1bd.ool.

Adulte Park n*. Water furaUhid bath cleetrio kitchen Bummtrratee 11304.MODERN 5001133.PAO71JRI tack cited well fenced Improvedpaeturc older tr. toe aorcaie DramField well boo
routit oreenior
I 330 Woo CannonSMALL Adultc. BO prta haL THHtE roomt electrk stool 1 arrec mature aa.. Fipkla thta left family. Llvini and PIond.ro. .
I &
Joe P.
MODERN apartmeUrn ... TantlewoodCCTE kitchen. lull bath trcund floorHear ..... toll tome t. .ro.ee.. irovc, 1H 8-80B3 Bridges combined lor a tentc ofanono
elenite. for adulte 111 Celt AND' coir CB soIl.... larci. tupcr market, aowatcwa. cleared Mear Plant.City Only EXCEPTIONAL THREE bedroom. and Informality catered
Lemon Pbenc MP S-7230 yard and efaade II.... 111 OueeDsveet. Idullt. 613..413. 110 pot acre. Term 91* 00,0. 1 TED TOWSON 1w5 bath CB home .ky swab. "Lakeland'i Butlttt Build from center ballwu aoanettlnswiui

AND TRACTORS TWO BEDROOMS Uvlnl and CaU MU I-4I3I Ion tppolntmeni fWbLDROOM du>>I... 111 Sea M L(ardn. R. C. Le e or MB Realtor 117 B. Fla Ave Built In Fr ildalre rantto aol bt.oo. wins tnd kltrhen.
k tenen. Clean cheerful Miceneimoorhood _. month. One bedreom duples 0000.50th. Key K M Dick"t Realty 11-31. Eseellent lo.Uon 443 BEFORE YOU buy or dlnlnt Terraata loon. 4
'11 WHITI wu. Cob 5o07 so. Cloee ta abcppmland TWO BEDROOMS: electric kltchen . Scuthtide. Leahy Ilealsor. 1011 Bait MaIn, phone 818-1113: Card nal Place. 1 build OF COURSE if perfmtly chtrmlnt ai,

RaV: ,iYtaS & t'J"i lakl Second floor. privtte carport utility room. waiherHO 113-4341. OU.7104.LAK.AND'I FIVB ACRB trade. 838 do. 131moDtft. GROVE BALE bp owner. Twc you UNDId 20000. 20.1155.A. .
entrance porch Only 111.10w month 73* |Ua a BculnardMO 011WIOT. I.r..t . Mel Rudy Realtar. 1137a. MONEY :Cs. Otr0010rny SIUI ": I have 10 much money you

II eMBVBOLIT'' JJ,046..,:,.r:; ..klr latludini water UU .- 01340.ThRLI rod fln.o$ two bedroom upsnt-. ._laI Blvd MU 84107Oombec Strawberry.. Lane Lot I can't spend It fait enough S. MORROW
14 Phone h.ter
_n.'''.... ONLY 1311 4J1ICOTTAOB ROOM and balh eerenitd ... .? lor Bduitc. Central SoOtsod COMIUI MANOR lola, Nindlo. tt Aerei matured 719 Valencia. 4-8K3. Fort 0... I on't bother seeing . 2-tilts's L
llen.D.' lutllltlM 282 Jaffa. Sil Month Ill 10rl. .
BLBflHlU: : porch. electric kitrheo. l I alr-oonaiuonlnt Built la 701133. City water 01. o. 5 TtD.
INTI..NATIONAL sVvas: near .but private soloed for twa I.rnl.bed.'a Wool ..trie tao... Clo.. to eoll.... and II.491. term.. Duncan OF Price only per THREV BKDROOM Iwo .bath CB ]I BUT if you're like most P. I.UIi
1705067. 001,50 .. lit Wool Baneock 3.3441NEARLV month Phone l3mit3 balanre 8-10 reart. Call Ion,. down MTJ .
nod, clutch Oones f.4O.n I W. provided f-attereon solo per Led lor ca.H 8834173 PO. 88 acre I 703after people and want to SAVE
.10" 883.alia. .. Jim Fcwirc MO 8 7171 wlttt TTuckir. a. 3.ge m. I
NEW' : three bedroom CBTerrauo MODERN TWO bedroom dupl 540 ACRCB H mile river front Jr. Realtor. I MONEY then SEE US. We
I lloori. carllO'". Nleelr Near tloree and cchooL I7S lecdlnf to Lake Paooeoffkcc Plih NATO TOO looked at loll Flne-
nl TOO HIW INTO.NATpoell. ", I DUPLEX FOR RENT lurniihrd Reipontlble adultt onT month. Sec owner 1111 SouthTcnnettee camp oa properly. termt W. R. way Avenut Three bedroom 1** I have SPACIOUS CB
CU. C"D'T I IV I T. O. To._ Bealter, II* unfurnUhed.
Wllllamt 8B8 1338ONB
avd I. NP. Q..D.NATfNII RIDING I IIawed I 405 East lIS1 147 Income Prap.r b.V loan. '831721O I HOMES (none less than i ThE t BEST
A"D ACK&Alouoe UrlvcunfinWied mIlk
MOWO Old I FumKhed ar anfurnltbed Red_ NICE CLEAN t.. oedroora. nlct 139 Unfwrnlihid HoutttALSO Well. Septic BE moved Onc-ttory Orson.duplsa 1120 aq ft of living area

osi CoIl.. I oiated Niw kltrhia eculpaient I thoorhood. but line by door tank W. b.. Realtor TWO DUFLEXES (four apartnentc ...11, converted to one plus carport and storage)
.. WUU. Air
Mil I.eu, for 0 I floore. Two 701 Woo PattertcnCLEAN ) iltebmc frDlh. .
Beautiful terreue Adulte Dot y PARTLY furnl.hed t andJ ntl-1138BUfLDlNO. amlly" ''ld.D" 813 3107IIUHLAND
."."... J bedroomt Tilt baUi till : .0lldlUono with:
____ lana .bedroom. Met WoO ReeJtOT "
ONI Bedroom 110... onlartc UO6JItrriXMCNT twolidloom
lir room 171 partlr furniabed or I 1137 lOot Me mortal BI.'". IB8UNPUHN1HH1CU LOTS IAt 10'.11. 1.t.n. PoD. ___ CI. O.n.. [
Call T K Tuck I IIf. .h.., lol n er hoeplUI moo each .; with E1C(WE[
unfurnUhed 01'. ( BPECUU Mew' .
Many mart Jr Realtor MU 07173.jjpAPAITMlNT. !Its Phone MU .18HIf.. 107. Lt. oitMon. .and up. call ca dupl..: a..Iold. partlallrfurnlibedi run trett. ell3u. MU S 8781IOU8H LOW DOWN PAYMENT
UUPLIX I bed .
It c oa" trim Halet MU I 9711 n'. bun AND two lou Iwo tarlarate
: P.st rooma carport a block aehaoltBeutliiila. U.M. 653.0025. D 14.loo. HouMtraller. 3d. ON OUR
QUILIIANINTERNATIONAL :aomi. comforttole convenlenur IM. aail Carolina .11 For call III L for sick budgets .In Call-!
loc.ed. Me ...t.. l...ire aoi Lea ms-4071 or 0024000.040M0011ltlO I (T' 166 'II'ITAOE.' two bo..... ID 1.. NO DOWN PAYMENT
MT BKAUlLHOMI area. Reduced. fled Ads. Dial MU
Street 8nln.
bedroom du-
al : two
HOW TO SNAREA plei. electric kltchea. ..,-3340 crntl Leabr _11'. 10 l'I.rb' Man. OK YOCJ L

TRUCK & TRACTOR US, UDCMAOI .8901. Oak View EstatesDRIVE 08434.DUPUK CB 100 to fk each No OWNEK Down SAL LOW MONTHLY today t reach ca h ,

CLEAN TWO bedroom 4401.0.less will Payent era for the household
ZJJJ DOS' City Hwy.Ph. $: DRUMor ........ clcce ta ctarec 839Oiceola 1.U. earnmorUait PAYMENTS
Corner lot with taric Mia. 3
OUT TODAY O.n. .-11.
Inquire 138 Pa '" goods you don use any
... MU 2.4117 -" eerlroom- frame home who .0 . Office ,
CLA BtPI. 0 DISPLAYCHEVROLET CONDITIONED: ) three bode I4S Waterfront PropirtySACRIFICE floort. CIOM to Central US Boutb Florida An j

---- raomi Owe bathe Very ...... OI I .I Workdoro kbl. 81.1 at 131 month Cull 6822884Nthlf services

other musical. lnitrt "._1.. MU I IM9 ..., eaOAM caMB. I'I ..D.. 488.7173 ay ..3 Days Phone and WMkendiIII :

and TWO BEDROOM CB hautely 1'1.' .. Out South Florida to Pinkie Rd 13910. 3 bedroom novel etcaehouea 11 .13CI .M.2JOB
meat quickly Inexpra- I decorated throuthout. 'W.ler _Wen an Pipkin to Luna RdSouui 181 Cult cr termiLartt .U-4UI .
urm.htd[ .eo month 1341 EalOee en taco Rd and follow 1491. I* Off oa CLASltDDISPLAY '
ot slowly) Juit look under Reed Call IM-4117 U>. OAK V1SW BSTATM tltBI week dart.rr.._ .A ._.. CLAIIID OII"LAYLUJUlOUI

Clasilflcatlon: 106. Musical 311 WEST Patunon. rent ar 0.11 011,0,1,. 5 011150 "",. us .
Iwo bedroomt lent porch, $00. A. F. PICKARD 0. 301. W.d entortBY 1

CORY AIR lastruronti In Classified tllaole coon MU S-37M OWOSUIO., .. beautIful Lat.AID. .

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The Europeans hope to send where ELDO comes In. Its $196 test vehicles. Belgium will provide 1967 or early 1968. Like their, Cenrplofs/ hivriiK Jervfce' II
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observatory over the rocket capable of putting 1.2 Britain will supply the first long-range telemetry facilities.If American bases by U.S. Scout V
next few years. The aim Is to i metric tons into a low orbit or stage of the rocket picking up all goes well the first all- rockets. Customer
capture some of the scientific, smaller loads into higher or-'the Blue Streak where It was European. satellite launcher, The Americans and Europeanskeep Parking From
technical and economic benefits abandoned as a British strategic Europa I, should blast off in in close touch, partly to Miiioiirl Avenue
now nearly monopolized by bits.ESRO in 1960. The first test 1968. ._ Entrance*.
Is counting heavily on weapon avoid duplication of effort. If: __ __
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Union. projects but in the meantimewill from Australia's Woomera mis struments including a dozen on NASA techniques and material -
With less than half a billion use British, French and sile range. this year will be fired on small they feel not at all belittled Visit Us In Our New Offices
dollars over five to eight years American rockets for launch- The second stage Is being British Skylark and French because it has worked
compared! with the $2.53 billion! Ing. made by France and will be Centaur rockets from bases at both ways In the long run. 1.L..
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