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Title: Lakeland Ledger
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Place of Publication: Lakeland, Fla.
Publication Date: April 9, 1964
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LEDGER VOL. 40, NO. 199 LAKELAND FLORIDA, THURSDAY EVENING, APRIL 9, 1964 # \ \ PRICE FIVE CENTS

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Dr. Allen's Hiring Policies Under Fire



USF Faces Blacklisting By University Professors Asbrtr



I By EMMETT PETER JR. dealt fairly and consistentlywith by the University of Mississippi. him of subjecting his students porter at the time: "Why as an undesirable place for a
Of The Ledger StttI professors and instructors ." The critic went on to to Indecent fiction. The professor should I stay In Florida and professor to accept employ Mw
The University of South who were under public say that such a policy, if pursued was reinstated a month put up with outrages of that ment. It is expected to charge
Florida at Tampa Is almost criticism. His general hiring without exception, would later when it was learned that sort? In New York they leave that the administration has
certain to be blacklisted today policies also were sharply eliminate many brilliant and the material in question was you alone and let you teach." vaccllating policies, and that t tx
or tomorrow by the questioned. worthwhile teachers who, at a work of standard criticism Dr. Allen had made it clear, the president and his staff
American Association of University Special emphasis was placedon one time or another, had been acceptable to 48 out of SO however, that the suspension aren't doing what is neededto
Professors. Dr. Allen's refusal to hirea fired by some school adminis U, S. colleges (It appeared was temporary and that he safeguard academic free- dMDR
The association, convening former Vanderbilt professor tration. originally in the magarlne acted only to get at the facts.
today in St. Louis, Is expectedto for the stated reason that the The criticism also is focus- "Commentary," and was written He did, In fact, Initiate the dom.Nobody at the University
vote Saturday on a report man was not wanted any more by Norman Podhoritz under action which later cleared wanted to be quoted, but one
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that Is known to be highly at Vanderbilt. Dr. Allen was the title "The Know-, Grebsteln. said, off the record
instructor
See editorial, The USF "
critical of the IT.S.F. administration represented as making it a Nothing Bohemians. ) The Johns Investigation
and particularly the policy to hire only persons Dilemma, on Page 4. But reinstatement came too seemed merely to bring to "It's going to make it very
actions of President John S. who were in good standingwith r late. Grebsteln, author of a the surface dissatisfaction that hard to bring In good people.
Allen.A colleges in which: they ,ed on the U.S.F. handling of Sinclair Lewis textbook anda was already there. Althoughthe That's a shame, too, becausewe
national committee con- taught previously. the Johns Committee Investigation !- study of William Jennings University lost several do have a good school and
ducted a quiet but far-reach One critic of the Allen policy of 1961. Dr Allen suspended Bryan, had made up his mindto highly regarded teachers, the the harm has come only because
leg Inquiry In recent weeks to retorted: "I should imagine a literature professor accept a teaching job in great majority stayed on. the president lets too
learn whether, in its judg a pretty fair faculty could be Dr. Sheldon Grebstein, after New York State The expected action of the many people meddle and JOHN S. ALLEN
ment. President Allen bad assembled from those rejected the Johns committee accused Dr. Grebstein told this re AAUP will merely list U.S.F. hasn't put his foot down."








Negotiations 0 Avert




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Railroad Strike Pushed



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I' At 12:01 RONNIF STUART motion" for one accepting"the an often heated discussion lion" He also called It an
Ledger Staff Writer recommendation of the which ended with Board "Illegal motion" and charged
}; BARTOW Polk County's Polk Junior College Site Survey Chairman Austin T. Race of the county has a "three-man
WASHINGTON (AP}-Secretary school board yesterday voted Committee designating Winter Haven and Board school board and not a five-
of Labor W, Willard Wlrti 3-2 to request a survey team the Winter Haven Golf Member Ralph Durrance of man board It Is obvious to
pressed emergency negotiating "to review or resurvey"three Course as the permanent location Fort Meade hurling several the people of the county that
sessions today in an effort to sites previously reject. for the Polk Junior5!" charges at the majority, two members are trying to
head off a nationwide ral ed as permanent locations for College." i' ,which has long fought acceptance do what's right" ?,
strike at midnight. the Polk Junior College The motion, voted for by of the report. Durrance said he feels "my ,
After a nght: session runnlni The motion by E, C. Head and Mrs Dora Cox,,," Race paid the "substitute motion was over-ridden by
Into the early morning hour (Gene) Head of Bartow, Phillips and Wendell Watson,,, motion" by Heed "cut to the thalr" and that the action
y Wirtz met with union representatives actually was a "substitute both of Lakeland, climaxed I threads Mr. Durrance'a mo- was "not fair.

:1 again at 10 a.m. Rail i 'Durrance's reference to being
'toad negotiators were' ached "over-ridden by the
r uled to j01rfo the session later chair" stemmed from an argument
labor indicate over parliamentary
The secretary
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that he planned to keep negotiations procedure
going right on through to Mrs. Phillips making the
I the strike deadline if no agreement final decision because Race

All Aboard For The Cherry Blossom Festival was reached. so had that yielded he could the chair second to her the

No Progress ReportedHe motion by Durrance.;
original
I Me", "." of the Lakeland Sanlor High School Bond rcnmbl..bard train. that w.. to tolathan had reported no progreswhen .
to Washington to parrlclpato In the national. Ch..., .1....... Ftttivol. Making the trip with the night session ended at Move 'Not In Order'

I, the bond. ...."'"... war. number of e....,...... and a movntain af luitcaiof, Inrtrvmont COMI and 3:H a.m. Race had asked Warren

.,uric. (ledger '''.te b* St.l..h....') H. E. Gilbert, president of the Harrell, referred to as "one
AFL-CIO Brotherhood of Locomotive of the county's experts on
Firemen and Engine. parliamentary procedure," to
I Candidates Complain men, absent from Wednesday' serve as parliamentarian for
sessions, came to the 10 a.m. the meeting. He opinedHead'
motion was "not In

Of The Times meeting.Gilbert declined comment on order."

Signs the prospects of averting a However, Mrs. Phillips exercised
itrike. "I just got here," wa the prerogative of the
his answer to questions from chair to settle all questions
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newsmen. r after Board Attorney C. A.
I Come Tumbling DownBy Charles Luna, president ol Boswell said in his opinion,
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the AFL-CIO Brotherhood ol Head's motion "was get.mane
Railroad Trainmen, was expected to the original mo
ROGER HUTCHISON have pulled them down for able to meet all of the re- this afternoon tion." Boswell later explained

Ledger Staff WriterAs this reason. quirements," Ginn said, "andwe Five unions and nearly JOG "I'm not a parliamentarian. '

the political: signs and He added that he thought may not attempt to put railroads are involved in the ."
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posters come tumbling downin this rule "was a bit unrealistic our signs up again outside of dispute. Harrell, basing his decisionon
palk County, at the handsof ," noting that his signs the city limits. The laws As the all-night sessions end "Robert's Rules of Order -
the State Road Depart. were small enough that they apply only to advertising out. ed. Wirtz indicated that President ," said the substitute motion
ment crews, the groans and would go unnoticed if they side of municipalities.No Johnson was gravely, was out of order because
complaints of the candidates were too far from the high. officials of the state road worried about the prospect thai Board Faces Packed House it "destroys the positiveneis -
begin to rise. way. a rail strike might seriously; of the original motion

On Tuesday, a work crew "It looks like it is impos (Turn to Page 2, Column 7) damage the nation's economy. This was tko, cane whoa the Polk County School' Board mot yaitarday In anothtr round ."

from the State Road Depart. Major Disruption Feared In tho Junior coli... sits ....."".., with itanding room only for late .,,1..1.. little woe accompllihod According to Robert's, Har
ment in Hillsborough County "The ability or failure tc at the mooting ancapt the difaat of move by board "'."'"... Auitm Raco and Ralph tell said, a subrtitute motion
rolled into Polk and began reach agreement will determine Durranca t. force an .cc.pt-sr-r.ject veto an the selection of the Wintar Haven golf roans, the must meet two conditions:

pulling up campaign posters a whether there is or is not a maJor only site rocommandod. by a ttato sense team for the armanont location of the Junior collate. It must take the form
because they had no permittag fRACEFOR GOVERNOR disruption in the nation'i (Ledger Photo by Stuart) of an amendment to the original
or they were in violationof encouraging economic motion and must therefore
the state laws governingsuch present advance Wirtz said. "be germane, or related,
advertising. Wirtz earlier had announce Johnson Escorts Casket to the original motion."
And it must not make
None SparedNo Integrationists Picket he would hold the union and -
motion negative..
in continuous the original
management negotiators Burial
candidate was sparedas MacArthur Saturday
and sessions but a snag developed Decision Challenged
came down Burns At TallahasseeBy
the trucked signs to a dump In when two union prey Boswell said he is of the
were of the dents were unable to arrive opinion that a substitute motion
Bartow reportedly Hundreds stacked THE ASSOCIATED PRESS;car motorcade as it moved here In time for the hastily; After Homage In WashingtonWASHINGTON can be offered as longas
signs are road barns in Haydon Burns of Jacksonville away from the airport headed called conference it is germane to the original
near the state was picketed by integrationists for downtown. But the police The recess came at 3:15: are motion.
Bartow. StarkF. today as he arrived in the state' removed the college aged pickets after about seven hours of talks,, (AP) From and Aberdeen, Md. military in his hand. Head bowed, he Race challneged Mrs. Phil.
One Polk candidate, without making any arrests WlrU said that when the discussions stood in solemn salute,, overrule the
for capital for a day of politicking under the great dome of the units moved along the great concourse lips' right "to
Ginn Jr., candidate said in the Florida I governorship and Bums said that their got down to the specifIc Capitol, where his body was their colors dipped and their between lines of serv- appointed parliamentarian"without
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county tax collector several of campaign. appearance had helped his campaign points in dispute, the absence placed with heart-tugging ceremony -bands playing such hymns as icemen with presented arms, to getting a two-thirds

this morning that ended up The Negro and white picket 2, Column 8) General of the Army "Lead Kindly Light" and the train. The First Lady was majority approval to appointa
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signs ( '
his campaign Bartow. were protesting Burns' actions Scott Kelly of Lakeland told I Douglas MacArthur travels today "Faith of Our Fathers"Soon I with him, garbed in black. new parliamentarian
on the pile In had in race violence in Jacksonvilletwo civic clubs of Clermont and on his last earthly journey. after the train came to Then, the procession throughWashlngton'l Race called the motion a
"Several of the signs Groveland that he would main. President Johnson, who led a stop here, the President famous streets.
them when weeks ago. (Turn to Page 2, Column 1))
tags on tain a hands-off attitude on citrus strode into Union Sta-
permit While Burns sought votes ir the nation Wednesday in paying slowly
said
we put them up. Ginn been in the state capital, other Democratic if elected. He said that hi highest homage to the old general tion, carrying a black homburg (Turn ho Page 2, Column 4) *
"but we may have rule contenders for the goy. would bend every effort to promote does him further honor to
violation of some other of ernorship at widely separated new markets and uses for day. Team Won't Return iTo
erection
the Wattenbarger Says
governing points in Florida explained their citrus and would do his utmos I The President arranged to go
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Ilgns. schools, to protect the Industry from the Page to Washington National Airport
he stands on citrus, public
His' added that when canal and tariff concessions which would i, and bow In respect as the flag. To Review Rejected Sites 1
claimed the signs in Bartow the cross state barge create unfair competition from Amusements "........ 26 draped casket begins its air Polk County I
were not on integrity in government .... 17 I
the permit tags foreign citrus Business News .. Journey at 2:10: p.m. to Nor- "
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the meeting
them. of "Colorful Gathering"Of Fred 0. Dickinson told a Pa Bridge ..' .".."...".... 19 folk, Va., for final services and BARTOW Dr James down there" to review or re- sites. During
had with him a copy Wattenbarger, head of the survey sites previously re- the board passed a motion
Gina the the demonstration. Burst I latka group that he hoped t< Crossword Puzzle 27 burial Saturday
application form for I schoo State Department of Educa jected by the survey team. calling for a "review or re-
I expectec best
an ?
what the public
said: "So develop 26-27
Comics Enacted
He had ordered """ "" History tion's Division of Junior Colleges Wattenbarger also deniedhe survey" of three site re-
tags. hi
and that
permit them to be lying on the runwaj system in America,
10 of the metal tags from Tel but apparently It was too cold'', would oppose any more teachei Classified. 28-29-30-31 Amid Wednesday's mists and said last night the told Board Member Wen- jected In the survey team's

ahassee and the application I Then, glancing at the Integrate I merit pay plans such as tha Deaths ............... ...... 2 drenching! rains, history was school board will "either dell Watson of Lakeland that report on a visit to six sites
form had been returned" K I. of pickets, he said "I t repealed last year on demand 01 Dear Abby............. 27 enacted. have to accept or reject" a he and the rest of the committee offered as permanent locution

him marked "Paid. The of the receipt -t group certainly is a colorful gather. the teachers themselves. Editorials ....._........ 4 Down from New York, where survey team report recommending would for return third time to Polk to for the college."I .
the stamp MacArthur had lain in state In Winter Haven's golf County a think It is now up to
Management bore and Disposa I leg" the Later, at Hastings, Dickinson Horoscope ................ 11 the renowned old 7th Regiment course as the permanent site review the same sites pre them to take some action,"
Branch of the Florida Stall t As the motorcade Burns passed leaner: said that it he were governor h< Television ..."... ..27 Armory, the funeral train bore for the Polk Junior College. vlously offered to the survey Wattenbarger stated

Road Department bypassed window pickets and told them, would "do everything to..keel| Sports . 2021.22 the widow Jean, the son Arthur, Contacted by telephone at committee. "They've got our recom
his sign'!I i from the these radicals out of the state his Tallahassee home, Dr At yesterday's school board and either
Ginn said that help." WeatLer Map 7 26, and In a flower-banked bag mendation they
IS fee t; "Thank you for your 'We are not going to permi of Watson stated Dr
not have been car, the simple Gl-lssue Wattenbarger, a member meeting accept it or reject it We
may 18 who ex Women 13-14-15 gage
of the pickets at
Some
behind the highway right-ol ; mob violence anywhere and: coffin. At three points along the the survey team, said his Wattenbarger "told me he
Burns ai
specified in th!! pressed opposition to N.J. Odenton committee "will not come would be glad to review these (Turn to Page 2, Column 3)
is 2 Column S route-TreDton. ,
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way, as governor tried to block his (Turn to Page ,
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t 2 LAKELAND LEDGER Thursday, April I, IU4 I To Avert Rail
House Votes Food Talks Seeking


School Board Asks 3 Rejected


If I Stamp Program Strike Making No Progress


: College Sites Be Reconsidered labeled the Illinois Central The railroads maintain that
became Wolfe
of the two union chiefs work rules are
"continued irre- obsolete costing:
Wheat Bill Important. I strike as
o "delaying action" and said than one chojce when they School Superintendent Shel- Subsidy "It l II a complication that 1 !iponsibillty" on the part of the them millions of dollars a year

Dr, James Wattenbarger a make the final selection for ley Boone said he would senda I ,I had not fully anticipated," the I nions. unnecessarily. The unions say

member of the survey team the location of the college, telegram about the board's I WASHINGTON (AP) From 203. A switch of five votes would I secretary said. Spokesmen lor five operating wage structure changes proposed
which rejected the three sites which will open next September actions to Wattenbarger immediately the sometimes fractious Houseof have changed the outcome. That The two absent union presidents I unions replied that If there Is by the industry would

a In Head's motion has stated In temporary quarters at following yester Representatives President vote came well after midnIght I Charles Luna of the AFL- i i coast-to-coast strike it will be to pay cuts of 30 per
'J ,. .. the Bartow Air Base. day's session and will ask Johnson had two legislative under a procedure that limited I CIO Brotherhood of Railroad I the fault of the railroads for imposing amount more tor many union
,: or
Flifin" ; Watson stated "It Is timeto for a telegram reply. plums today. debate to one hour and banned . ., -, I the rules changes on a cent
J'a'tJiIi' 11" members.
take this thing out of poli- Race said that if Watten They were: any amendments.A .t ..nationwide basis. _
: ,>, ,,_ , n"" '" ". > . tics" and said he will "push"for barger reolied the team will I The big and controversial tense hush came over the 1YQIII' f ;

i the survey team will not engineering reports and not review the sites, he will wheat-cotton subsidy bill; a top chamber as the last stragglerswere J Holland Won't Reveal I

s come back unless their recommendation traffic studies on the additional call a special board meetingto priority election year measureon being recorded in the Trainmen, and H. E. Gilbert ol
Is sites that are approved, discuss the next move his desk and ready for his "well"
rejected. of the House, a circular the AFL-CIO Brotherhood of Law Firm I
a "A new survey team will if any. final signature ,area In front of the speaker's Locomotive Firemen and En- Earnings From
come back and make a second Head said that his motion, House approval of the food chair. Suddenly, Republican {inemen are expected to arrivein
Ii best choice, if the board which was seconded by Watson stamp program, a key part of,leader Charles A. Halleck of In- time for today's session WASHINGTON (AP) Sen. Democratic primary for nomination .
so desires" Race stated. does not rule out the Team Won'tReconsider his declared "war on poverty." diana demanded that the well of Facing the governmentandthe D-fla., to the Senate.
I Head's motion in relationto golf course "because there is This goes to the Senate, whereit the House be cleared a rule railroad-riding publicwasa Spessard L. Holland Holland said be would have to
must await action in the dim seldom invoked. said today he will show his whatever a bill might ba
the Auburndale site carried a possibility it will be accepted 12:01 a.m. Eastern Standard study
: a stipulation that "if the city ." future after the civil: rights bills Speaker John W. McCormackof Time Friday strike deadline. federal Income tax returns to offered calling for disclosure of

: of Auburndale has made a Possibility Stressed disposed of. Massachusetts replied mildly That's when -J. E. Wolfe, any newsman who has a bona Interests.
i material change In its site offer Polk Sitescan't The House acted on both that the Democrats should geta chief management negotiator fide reason for wanting to check Odham brought up last week
. Following this statement, measures after a hot botheredand turn after a group of Republicans said after the Illinois Central them. the question of conflict o timer,
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an unidentified person in the get that committee together bewildering session that began had recorded their votes walkout nearly 200 railroadswill But he declined to make est in Holland receiving income
Site Not RejectedDurrance' audience of about 50 twice again. That commit. at 11 a.m. Wednesday anddidn't He told the remaining Democrats post new work rules. known how much he receives from the law firm. He said that,

motion also carried asked "Is there a possibility tee is finished." end until 12:44: am today to step back a pace and And that's when the from his law firm in Bartow. He through "his connections," Hoi.
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h a provision: 'In the event ? and each time Head Noting that his committee continue say some 200,000 union.1 said he feels this is a personal land could obtain legal business

that other studies are requested replied "absolutely"Mrs "provided them with the best I Passes Easily Torrent Of Boo walk off their Jobs. matter, and Is of no more public for the firm. He mentioned that

10 by the Board of Public Phillips explained that professional advice," Wat- The food stamp plan passed The dispute centers on the interest than would be the the: firm represents Prudential

; : Instruction of Polk County "we have reason to believeat -. . handily by a 229-189 margin In A torrent of boos came from railroads' proposed changes in amount some other senator receives Insurance Co.. which sells
t + Florida, such as test borings least two other sites are I spite of a long campaign of delaying -Republicans, a measure of the wage structure, job classifies from some business he health Insurance and said that
drainage flow traffic approvable." Approval by a F" fidi' :Qj. action by Republican opponents feeling that had built up duringthe tions, length of train runs and owns Holland had been against proposed

counts etc., and are made, survey team Is needed before It got the support of long session Veteran observers other working conditions Reporters questioned Holland medicare legislation.
and in the opinion of the Polk the site is eligible for state stated the "board 218 Democrats and 13 Republicans in the press gallery I The rules changes have been in connection with proposalsthat Holland told reporters he did

.i Junior College Site Survey funds for construction. must tenbarger take some action. We've while 163 Republicans and could not recall a similar occur- under negotiation on a national members of Congress disclose not know whether the firm rep
committee, the aforementioned Before Head's motion rence. level since their considerationlast resented Prudential. He said he
was done what they asked us and 26 Democrats were opposed.But their financial interests,
site Is then deemed Republicans charged that big year by the courts and Con the firm and
U voted upon, Mike Barker they have our recommendation. I the wheat-cotton bill wasa and in regard to comments telephoned was
I undesirable; then this motion who said he was speaking asa ." cliffhanger, approved 211 to city Northern'Democrats had. gress.United made last week in Florida by told it represented Prudential in
shall become null and "businessman who covers Wattenbarger tlso took entered Into an "unholy all.ance" \ Front MaintainedThe Brailey Odham of Orlando, who, two small land transactions last
void" about two-thirds of the county with Southern conservatives -I In the for a total fee of $70.
time to level a few blasts at unions tried to bypass the is Holland's opponent year
who trading their support for
members - -
: All three charged that the "peopleof which MacArthur -
the local board began
stalled national negotiations by
of the action the food stamp bill In return for
voted for
passage Polk County are thor
arguing the site question last support of the cotton-wheat bill. seeking talks with individual CandidatesComplain [Political
t said it does not reject oughly disgusted with actionsof RallySet
October and has not yet Burial I railroads, but this was balkedas
e the Winter Haven site and the board" over the past reached a decision. "It's be- The food stamp program ex the industry maintained a

t t explained that they want more several months. yond me what they want," panda and makes permanent a united front On TonightPOLK

Barker, an oil distributor, he said. Tomorrow pilot operation. Under It, needy Each side blamed the other
told board members that if "This is the first time thatI families would buy food stamps
for stirring up the new crisis CITY Another in
r : EXPERIENCE they should talk to the peopleof know of that a site selection On the same caisson that bore with the portion of their Income Sign Removaldepartment a series of political rallies

the county "you will find ever got involved in President John F. Kennedy, thegeneral's they food. would normally spend for * Bartow, Tampaor sponsored by the Polk County

Counts . they are fed up." Barker also politics. And I regret this;' casket rode. And Tallahassee available \ Democratic Executive Committee

opined that if junior college Yesterday afternoon, Watson there too was Black Jack, theceremonial Here Are for comment were this morn is scheduled for tonightat

millage, which passed last pleaded "It's time we the school beret
November, should come up took this thing out of poll- Burns Draws ing.The will be served at
Bartow office reportedall Supper
now "on a referendum, it tics" ,/Fiiiiit 'jigl101iI Work RulesIn _.- - 5:30: o'clock and the first
i would be defeated by 10 to Informed of the report from :::' !'. , : _2;.,.._ ; speaker is scheduled to take
,. one." Wattenbarger Board Chair Picketstime l lJltr fljnt ; the stand at 7:30: o'clock.
Dispute
man Austin T Race, who had Army horse with ..
Rejection Necessary will be
Speaking tonight thecommittee's
contended the survey team empty saddle. ," he said "We are not of-h"oer-'out' "'"u"n"t"1 M'on'
IIi "If you haven't been ableto would not return to Polk Up the broad steps of the to have hoodlums in the going WASHINGTON (AP) Here ," Group 2, composed

i decide by now will you :County unless the recom- Capitol, their polished boots state We are not going to have are the principal work rules day John R, Phillips, chairmanof of constable all unopposed and candidates -
ever be'able to decide?" he mendation Is accepted or rejected moving In slow, perfect unison, 'changes involved In the rail- peace.justice
killings, we are not to
M going the State Road Board In candidates (In that district
asked. said he probably will the military pallbearers carriedthe road strike threat:
it itI itR ite Referring to last month'smeeting call a special board meetingas casket, to the rotunda. Tallahassee was reported "out ) and candidates for
i There fY/l'a .( ? '' 'L.. Wage Structure of his office "for the day clerk of the criminal court
between board members soon as the board receivesan the chaplains of Senate
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'V'Jr: v Warren Cason, road board clerk of the circuit court
supervisor -
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and The railroads
and the survey team. official statement from House eulogized the general .. . .. are proposing
member for District One, of
tax
10. Barker charged that "I sat in Wattenbarger.Race The Rev, Frederick Brown extensive revision of the complicated registration
this very room and heard Dr indicated the special Harris, Senate chaplain, recalled have an image around tho nation pay structure under could not be reached at his I assessor, state attorney, tax
I i Wattenbarger tell you" that meeting will be called next for the audience of diplomats that will hurt Hastings, which employee are now paid on office in Tampa this morning. collector, and sheriff.

it the board must reject the recommendation Monday or Tuesday. Supreme Court judges, that will\ hurt St Augustine or a basis of combined mileage
t before It can At the same time, Race Cabinet members and other dignitaries Jacksonville," he said 'and time worked.

request a new survey threw some more ammunition MacArthur's accomplishments John Mathews Jr of Jacksonville -I The carriers contend the present < bttuarte I
Elect "He said all you have to at Watson, E C. (Gene) In peace as well at told an Ocala group that pay structure results in un- 4
do is vote "yea or 'nay' on Head and Mrs Dora Cox war his campaign was gathering duly high pay in some cases,
I their recommendation," Barker Phillips, who voted for passage Speaking of the general's speed by the hour particularly on short train runs JOHN WILLIAM STOTT the past three winters here, llej
I said.John of yesterday's motion. stewardship as occupation commander They further contend that"their John William Stott 85, of 523 was a retired electrician and a f
i BEN HILLGRIFFIN I Carpenter, presidentof Race said he thinks "It is of Japan after World the He discussed the impact of proposal, including change rec-I Hennessee St., died yesterdayat memter of St. Peter's Evan-

the Winter Haven Chamber a| shame that they are so WarH, Dr. Harris said: cross-state barge canal on ommended by two special presidential his home after a long Illness, gelican Church of Kewanee.
Florida and said he had
cf Commerce and only other damn bull-headed. I see no "Scorning any Imposed humiliation that boards, would actually He was a native of England and He Is survived by his widow, <
f member of the audience to excuse for their bullheadedness with dignity and under- joined in the first direct actionin result in pay increases for about came here 35 years ago from Mrs. Leonora Seifert: two

speak accused the board of which is hurting Lakeland standing he rebuilt a conquered the state Legislature in support three-fourths of the employee in-[Flint. Mich. Mr Stott was a retired daughters, Mrs Llnis Williams
Your State Senator having all the sites "checkedby which Is hurting Winter nation out of the ashes of detest of the canal. That was a volved. machinist and a veteranof and Mrs. Bernadlne Fritz; anda
experts" and "you still Haven, which is hurting Bar- ." memorial to Congress in 1957 The unions argue that the the Boer War and World WarI sister, Mrs. Lewis Siegmann,
j >,l. *'. M"nT, ky. ....ci" Mill Hill Origin OrlfflnCtmMilit ,, question those experts and tow and which is hurting Polk The President placed a pledging support of the water change in pay structure would in the English Army. all of Kewanee; and two grandchildren -

M. I even doubted. them." County." wreath of red, white and blue way on which construction started result in pay cuts of up to one- I Survivors Include his widow,' and two greatgrand
last month
-- - -- --- -- -- -
-I flowers at the foot of third for some employes. children.
the coffin Mrs. Maude Lee Stott; a son,
t I II I It was a huge wreath anda Pledges Integrity Road And Yard Service ;John F. Stott Long Island, N.Y.; Funeral services and burial I
tall officer in full dress helped :a daughter, Mrs. Ruth Newman will be in Kewanee. Friends
Fred Karl of Volusla County ,
it.Then The carriers want to change call at the Gentry-Morri-
I carry pledged Integrity In government Flint, Mich.: and three step may
the present job classifications to son Funeral Home tonight from
general public came daughters Mrs. P. M. Edson
t\'i1eJ if he wins the governorship. ,
give them greater flexibility In 7 until 9
by the thousands despite in o'clock.
Daytona Beach. Mrs. Lois Small-
: ( "Whatever the governor is, assigning road crews to yard
creasingly chilly weather. he said In Tallahassee, "so Is all work and vice versa. Road wood, Melbourne, and Mrs J.
of the state government. would be affected S. Head, Florence, S,C. RITES FOR MR. BALDAUF
k BLAST OFF He said the government picksup crews this change most by Services will be held tomorrowat Funeral services for John E.
SonlnLawOf Baldauf, 71, of 5J75 New Tampa
kr the attitudes of the governor. Self-Propelled Vehicles 3 o'clock at the North Flor
Karl promised that his appointees The railroads want to elimi- ida Baptist Church, with burialIn Highway, who died Monday,

kr t Lakelander would be required to nate some workers who are now the Roselawn Cemetery. were held. yesterday at the
"make full disclosure of their required under present rules to Thornton Memorial Home Is in Dukes Steen Funeral Home

r: - with Polk Federal Killed In CrashThe interests so the people would man self-propelled railroad charge of arrangements Friends Chapel with the Rev Walter F.
know they are devoting full timeto equipment. may call this evening until 9 Knauff officiating. Burial was in
ip the state and that their priv- o'clock Oak Hill Burial Park.
'k\ son-in-law of a Lakeland ate interests are not in conflict InterdlvUlonal Runs Organ music was provided by

Launch of savings woman, Mrs. Ala V. McMinn,' with state Interests" The railroads would lengthenthe MRS. MIRY ELIZABETH Mrs. Arthur Rich. Pallbearerswere
h ( your program owner and operator of the Wuz- Karl promised meaningfulmerit distance that some train PENN Walter Atchley, Boyd Stev'ns. -

A NOW at Polk Federal and swing Nu Thrift Shop in Lakeland, system to allow\ state employee crews have to travel before be- Mrs. Mary Elizabeth Penn, Chris Loesche and Joseph

k r b ? into a new orbit of financial progress was killed In the crash of a F- to make their jobs their ing relieved 59, of 1113 South Mississippi Sedmera.
100 jet plane near Wheelus AirBase careers; promised open meetIngs The net effect of the changes Ave., died yesterday at Lake-
4 iy ; ,,,) NOW is the time to transfer Libya. I of state county and city would be potentially to eliminate land General Hospital after a RITES FOR MRS. BRAGOZ

I- funds to Polk Federal without loss First Lt. George D. Edrington,I agencies: promised to work toward many thousands of jobs 'long Illness. She was a nativeof Funeral services for Mrs.

i of Osceola, Ark, was killed In a constitutional conventionand There are no reliable estimateson Kentucky and moved to Mary Pia Bragor of the Hill-
the 10th
It of earnings.. Save by the crash of the Jet that was annual legislative sessions exactly how many jobs Lakeland from Fulton, Ky., 37 top Trailer Court, who died

: I : q l' . earn from the first! See Polka on a routine training missionout Mayor Robert King High of would be eliminated because years ago. She was employed Tuesday, will be held tomorrow
a Federal of the North African Air Miami told south Dade countianshe their Impact on individual railroads 'by the Peoples Bank, and a afternoon at 4 o'clock at the
: if ? rr soon Base. An Air Force spokesmansaid would, if elected, take advant- would vary member of All Saints' Episcopal Gentry-Morrlaon Funeral Home

the plane was destroyed. age of the new Florida library : The wage issue also Involves Church, Bertha Cole Music\; Club, Chapel. Burial will be in Oak
C rI Edrington, a native of Osce services act which makes it possible counter demands by the unionto and Beta Sigma Omicron Alumna Hill Burial Park. Friends may
I 4 ola was assigned to the 10th for libraries to receive up revise present rules regulate sorority call from 3 o'clock until 9
i t; 'aI) SEE The Missies Ont Tactical Fighter Squadron In to a half million dollars In federalald ing overtime, holiday pay, night Survivors Include a daughter, o'clock this evening
Hahn Germany. to broaden their work. differential and overnight expenses -:Mrs Cooper Forehand; a son,

c I He is also survived by his High also reiterated his opposition away from home.Handicapped I Ralph (Buddy) Penn; a brother, RITES FOR MRS. MOORE
Display In Our Lobby widow, Mrs. Nita Edrington and to any alteration In the Robert B. Beadles, all of Lake- Funeral services for Mrs.

IIIII fsrwfmsui. three children in Germany; and Homestead exemption Jaw land, and six grandchildren. Bessie E. Moore, of 721 East
his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Doug Set : Funeral services will be heldat Orange St., who died Sunday
= las Edrington of Osceola. CITRUS SHIPMENTS 10 o'clock tomorrow morning were held yesterday at the
I The body will be returned to at All Saints' Episcopal Church, Gentry-Morrison Chapel with
I Lakeland for funeral services WINTER NAvrteAeleNb cururteprtteu Meeting Tonight with burial In Oak Hill Burial H
hu: Rev, Father Clifton
Burma lit a o pore asaoe.u
Y and burial under the directionof Park. Friends may call at the
. White, of the All Saints
d' & Oft. I pastor
Ill '" I II Gentry-Morrison Funeral I II Roll ,, !si Slut Gentry-Morrison Funeral Home
I Truck" . .:: } sleua 'J The Lakeland Chapter of the tonight from 7 until 9 Episcopal Church, officiating
i I, Home. Arrangements are in- National Association for the o'clock.
I row .. . 41.m 3i fliat
complete at this time.
r.nn.r1.44,7a1, 3til 4lar Physically Handicapped will I RITES FOR MR. FORD
meet at 8 o'clock tonight at the EDWARD PEQUINOT Funeral services for William
c Grove Park branch of the First Edward Pequinot, 79, of the died Monday
r-- Defends Henry Ford. 88, who
". Bryant Policy Federal Savings and Loan Association -Carpenters home yesterday Home, died He at the were held yesterday at Jpm.
was
LE II I On Recreation Bond Plan Mrs. Max Miller, treasurer, and native of Jefferson City Iowa a, at with the the GentryMorrisonChapel Rev J. Fov
r
ee came to Lakeland five
in announcing the meeting, said Johnson, pastor of the First As
years ago from Waterloo, Iowa
that
TALLAHASSEE (AP) Gov.I The amendment was designed any handicapped over or non-18 He was a retired carpenter anda icmbly of God Church, official

'Farris Bryant said today his primarily for recreation, he handicapped years of age person may attend. member of the United Broth- Ing.Pallbearers
support of the recreation bond at the funeral
erhood of
said, but also to provide for Carpenters and Join
issue has been were: Harry S. Landis. George
always that acreage ers of America.
I MARKET IN STAINLESSThe
with be multiple use of the area. W. Turner, Rev. John J. Smith
bought the funds free world's largest He is survived by two sisters,
E ;:put to multiple use to get the He said most of the questionsarose for nickel continues to market be Mrs Nova Hanna and Mrs Arley S. Blair Ernest Moss,
in flood control and water and L. F. Snell. Music was provided
for
most the tax dollar. for production of high-quality Wand Bliss, both of Waterloo.
I The Bryant admin Istratlon' management projects.In stainless steel. During 1963 an Burial will be In Waterloo by Mrs. David Privett
; 4 came under criticism recently these projects, recreation estimated 162 million pounds Thornton Memorial Home Is In Burial was in Roselawn Cemetery -

for the campaign waged last bond Issue money has been requested were used for this purpose, 30 charge of arrangements here ,
fall to secure ratification of the to help pay for expansion -million pounds more than in
constitutional amendment and improvements.Under 1962. HARRY LOUIS SEIFERT

AND LOAN ASSOCIATION OF LAKELAND I Earlier this week Secretaryof the amendment this Is Harry Louis Seifert 74 01<:1 AMBULANCE 1
State Tom Adams said the permitted on grounds the acre POULTRY EGGS 410 N. Vermont Ave., died'yes:
s I campaign was waged on the basis -age bought would be used also terday at Lakeland General:1 SERVICE

of only recreational use for recreational purposes. TAMPA. ,':API-par ske nuaR u ark rise,. Pnr brtal1 Hospital. He was a native ol t: k eel,
rather than multiple use of the Asked how much revenue was IIO..D, : Kewanee Ill, and had spent. year
w2600 "N 'ft war fc... .* the
land and water acreage bought available under the amendment, A w.ht e.rwo l
'; sunder ar: lAe. 11 .. .Jt4 e....4, I a''If M ..i Are
said the
the amendment.
state
Bryant would
m. 14 40tt-4mmM tl
Ji i In his news conference today, have to wait until the end of' ".:r, 9IM :33311:, ni: W THORNTON I
., ,
Jil JJl! 4;; Bryant said he was disturbed court attacks upon the validity! am.ll G I? for .Ito,,ptlon.l.30M ouaOty BUM ad'e.ol? I ,I MEMORIAL MOM? ..
41ther .runs11'hol"su '
wm. '
what he called of the amendment i 1131 ,.. I,, fa
S. FLORIDA AVE -. COlONIAL CORNER over ai appar to determinehow yrlrrc oa .outtrl ,ett I II"
: :
-ear. -. Ie ent misunderstanding concern- much revenue will be collected see" eal.a .f.r",..."' (Nrnh oj. b,,non,.. 4'...{ 1.! 'u I : ...v: t.i.i. 417 N. Mais. A.,.
ing the recreational I bond from the special S percent Mau 1.14 1M Oi-04 ra..a. he --.
I" I fZIUt
06'1 phone MU
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CLEVELAND Ohio (AP-AII headquarters to pay tribute to ed schools in their Negro neighborhoods I
ides In t civil rights dispute the Rev. Bruce W Klunder 27 V
have agreed to a two-week truce a white Presbyterian A. r
minister.1 Civil rights leaders maintain I
that
includes appointment I
of a who died Tuesday I
pedal' group to study Cleve dozet ran over him at a- school' the new grade schools In the Ne- ,.:, ., --
land i problem of school Inte construction site They then'gro residential area would "re-

gration. marched to City Hall. I segregate" the transported ,
The agreement, hammeredout Earlier Wednesday, Common pupils.
Wednesday night at a seven- Pleas Court Judge John V. Cor-
hour City Hall meeting, will end rigan had Issued a temporary The First National Bank of
all demonstrations and picket- order banning further construction Arizona opened the first fly.in
Ing and new school construction. picketing or trespassing bank In the U. S. near the Friday and Saturday only!
It may be extended an additional at the site of the new Lake-'Phoenix Sky Harbor
two weeks if all sides show view public elementary schoolon spectacular millinery clearance !I20fN
progress is being made toward the East Side. FATOVERWEIGHT
resolving a situation that resulted
in one death and violencethis All AttendRepresentatives off any hot in stock!
week. of the UFM ,

Truce Terms the Congress of Racial Equality' Available to you without a doctor'
Announced and the National Association for pr..rll'Uo". our drug. called OD. What a choice . what a chance . to tove 2096 on
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Mayor Ralph S. Locher RINRX Yon must lo ugly fat or
helped the Advancement of Colored your money bark No' *trnuouirrrle ony hot In our millinery talon and hot bar! Select from
work out the agreement at a People attended the meeting .,.: laiatlv, ", ..oall. or. our tremendous assortment of styles, colors and shapes
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city, school civic and civil Those civil rights groups are In* gum ODRINEX I* a tiny ta b.
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The U.S.F. AftoMMCJjpOlf.S

By JAMES RtSTONJCtfotyirkZltiie Ii hed, especially since on one

It seems probable at this writing. reasonable people. of the recent rides in Texas
he forced another
car onto the
that the University of South Florida himself the center of a !: WASHINGTON Presidents shoulder of the road.

!at Temple Terrace will be placed on the about by extremists alway seem to be getting Into Publication of such thing>

''blacklist" of the American Association termined to wreck the trouble with automobile, and however, is no indication }'

pf University Professors. The action was trying, I' now It Is Lyndon Johnson'sturn hostility toward the President

fcould come this weekend during the middle course-to and certainly has nothing
President whatsoever to do with the tar
annual convention of the Associationin Control to safeguard / OEkta4tA Elsenhower! that he is from Texas. At a

St Louis. the college, and to was criticized I 'r matter of fact, probably the

Such a blacklisting does not affect demic standards. His several years .. strongest support for Johnson

the accreditation of a school, but it does was in permitting ago for his riding Gettysburg In the Washington press corp
up to is from those
who
jnake the task more difficult for re- peded In the suspension r # i farm i strongly coming that he may I be able rest

fruiting instructors and piofessors It Orebstein, an eminent -I at 90 miles an I to reconcile the differences q,.

merely points to a deficicnc)'-in the on on absurd charge of t tI hour, :and even [ tween north and south better
Herbert Hoover
case of USF, a confused hiring policy a "dirty text" a J who was I t than because anybody he Is else a Southerner precisely

and an alleged deficiency in academic most immediately: not generally RESTON
This is also his own fond.
freedom. That Is enough, usually, to regarded as, a ordered an Investigation est hope. He has labored for

frighten away a prospective teacher if UK AIIr\: (' : I '' speedy type of the White House years under the political nan.

Jlie teacher has anyplace else to go. wont happens: in St. r 4 Is press in July of 1931 when dicap of not being a national

;And the good ones always do the purging! of the -'jc ; they reported that he roared but a regional figure. He ia<
r the reputation of being a hard
bv back from his rapidan fishing
AAUP blacklist
clip man but is, In truth a mos
at the outrageous
Till: TURMOIL at US.' is a backlash sonable and (' of camp SO miles an hour. sensitive man and does io

from the infamous Johns Committee hiring and firing : The on President feel that he can unify the nay
report tion unless he is
investigation of nearly two years affirmation that USF is Johnson is that he recently and accepted respected -
supported by the
ago. President John S Allen, generalJy that is unafraid to ; drove a car over the roads press in the North.

a very able educator, was confronted that he, as! president, near his Texas farm at 75, 80,
1w .,M 85 miles an hour It depends
or
then with a situation that was battle with those who THIS IS WHY he is so ,no
.o, who read and
on you
.
terested in the
>ktrange and vexing lie had been ac and harram the the most interesting aspect of press, and paradoxically
why he likes II n
-' -- ,.". the Incident Is the president have reporters around and
j reaction to the published reports hates to have them criticize

him when they come around
10001-1 He was in turn angry and His is that
difficulty he
I hurt. He felt that some of the wants to be liked and also to
I VoiceorthePeopjj reporters had abused their do what he likes In some
privileges as his guests, and
what is more important, that
Tn Towa, the legislating/ is debating solely because of theIr 1 the big Eastern papers were

n plan advanced bState Senator Florida would do taking a hostile attitude toward --
of the and cons of him because he is a
Jloward Buck who favor state surgery pros n. .Y..r.a .... ....... 4. _. _ .. worms *f curttnl inttrnt id the Southerner
lative battle first.
to sterilize female welfare recipients __ ass.... It ._ .... __ .. M .*.. Vile .f the "., Column Ittttrt mutt
of the sort is to
who have "more than two apt ........ ... .... .... -..... --- bP ... .. .""' 14 .,... re'lYlst. A 11ft. h.ultl 110' THIS IS an unfortunate and ways he is like President Tray

state; and second. -.. :$1 ....... ..d ....... M ...a TN I4..5.r _n she right I* ,.|.ct say I..... .f Inaccurate conclusion Johnsonhas man He doe well with the
illegitimate children"The the Iowa solution IS had a remarkably good big problems and has trouble
..... .. 0.-_ .. _....._ -' row e.r."Ss'u a ueo.p .......... .* hn peg*. ever since he came into with the little ones, and tie
senator, according to the Des problem is no let real.STERIL171TIOX l. press
the White House, but the White wants to be both a private anda
Moines Register concedes his idea House has always public figure at the same
press corps
might be unconstitutional but adds .. Law WantedOn Polk Women Are York Today State, we and have elsewhere splendid been worried about the safety time

that such an obstacle might be over tur suggest, is a form women organizations, such as of the President and this is This is all a typical pan >f
the mothers volunteer trol radical especially true since the assassination the period of adjustment !10
come by having a or* the nonpartisan League for
Time Civic ConsciousEDITOR of President Kennedy the demands of the
for sterilization. Those who failedto available, and they Women Voters, which are endeavoring . savage
presidency. A senator or even
do so would be subject to punish more acceptable and to induce more citizens a vice president have all
Every serious White House can
EDITOR: m t%*:r> .ear : fine "' ,men of to exercise the wonderful
ment for contempt of court. more effective P4t correspondent is especially kinds of freedom denied to a
this t,me 4u we yon up County may lake juttifi privilege of voting I and
the low income able edgy when the President is president. No matter where he
the
very pride in knowledge through political education, to
standard tine "'idi the
outside the of his
IT IS HAitI to believe that any not continue producing that in this area more women make this opportunity more away from the protective goes privacy
of cmua eroupf tat than shield of the official residence. family he is a public figure
court this side of Moscow or Poking they are drawing public _, with ctnfuMrf dtyfcfjtt- men have registered to meaningful. In a mechanized President Garfield was shot He is expected to set the standards .
qualify to vote Before the 19th world where physical
would uphold such a scheme. It is port. But few prowess at an outing, Lincoln was murdered of the nation and to live
tune mike the Amendment 120
lC Why in gave the is playing a decreasing role, .
wish to God" in in a theater, McKinley by them in ways not demanded
equally difficult to imagine a case ever "play public subscribe to theishes ballot to women, many men women are demonstrating
reaching the courts. Surely no legislature gested in Iowa. The of were loudly proclaiming that that, when afforded the opportunity was shot at a public recep-- of other public figures
special groups: or tion away from Washingtonand No'doubt he will slow down
would "unfemimne fanatic were they are, in the
or administrative cation and voluntary main,
agency ? Why force this upset so was Kennedy, after
33802"J agitating for this privilege, comparable to men in their the publicity given to
subject Americans to this kind of treatment ics are less of a standard procedure which they asserted, most intellectual and creative cu- Most presidents have dealt his driving, but his problem

The plan In effect would deny bring results, but that our farmer schools, rail women did not want; or if it parities. with their need for privacy with the press remains. And

women the chance to bear children must be taken by air travel, buses banks were available, would not use IRVING LEVY imply by keeping reportersat he is magnifying an incidentof

legitimate as well as illegitimate necl people public utilities, just to ac. Time has proven how wrong a distance, but not John. his own creation with the
they were. son He feels fenced in at the car into a feud of his own
special groups? White !House and is liberatedat imagination with the press
books
History
record what
Now this same advantage (if many individual of an older Should U.S. Get the ranch in Texas, but The misunderstandings between

I advantage) can be had by generation still remember the even then he has the reporters north and south are had

Florida's Popular ParksThe folks or groups by the abuse the "sufferagetes" received After Milk Board? around night and day and acts enough without this.
in their
process of going to in their battle for the presence precisely as No doubt many people n
work one hour earlier ballot. Many were jailed for he would around old friends. the north do not admire the
Florida vacationer doesn't haveto the tiny roadside day. No one is going to the cause they espoused Almost .. EDITOR: The milk com Johnson style, just as man'

be wealthy, and more and more popular attractions to these groups setting a century ago, Susan B mission was made a law by USUALLY THIS} PRIVATE courtly Southerners didn't lik

tourists are taking advantages of many made attendance gains own starting time. Our Anthony demanding! the umecl11 congress (state legislature). relationship i II respected, but the Truman style, but thiwasnt
As I understand It. the gov much of the talk Is about .
what
have already solved and political worried the r
free attractions. them Florida rights men
Among are year. Other public ernor appoints these men or public matters and often there
problem by setting the had, insisted on voting in Rochester porter They were not WI'
s vast national and its five women, or else his is confusion
park such agencies as handy about what can cerned
they want their services N.Y for which she with his style but with
historic areas. Forestry, are being start regardless of what was arrested and convicted. boys stand do the the U.S.picking I under and cannot be written Also, his safety They were not tn '

Last year, these attractions drew lic use more and more. is in force It is worth noting that she and after the asphalt governmentgets peoplefor his when home he leaves and drive the privacy of ing to tear down the Presidentbut
What we need is national other dedicated fast along to him. In fact
a preserve
,350,000 persons, reflecting a 6 per as hunting lands, requiring standard time for the right women of womento pioneered after price the fixing. Why not get the roads, with car full of reporters most of them were .worrying

cent gain over the previous year. to take the family for a the entire country.D have ownership over their too? It is milk the biggest commission, who have not been mainly about the country and
price in his
guests house
The newly-created S. BLOUGII children and in report of the thought of John McCormack
But it Isn't just the tourist who property New fixer in the state his driving
inevitably are pub-
it.
Committee Is making running
benefit. but the Florida resident as
well. study of public land

11000 Which is as it

F:1'ElilLlFS: : : National Park, the As The Missionary's Era EndsBy I

only national park in Florida and the Fat's In -- -

nation's only subtropical park, l last! C, L Sl'LZBERGER' realize 1s the need for separating groups to aid emigrant Tutsi tales of

Vear drew 669,200 visitors, an increaseof Pierre Salinger, Net \jnrk Sims church and state They tribesmen are being used tortured Tutsis on In 181$ Henry M": Stankv
to
seven cent over 1962 Overnight MBARARA. Uganda-His- often want a say in govern. nearby hillside the explorer-Journalist,wrote
per House
secretary, arm, not feed them.
press
speaking, the age of ment decisions and sometimes Missionaries are caught in "Oh that some pious praci.
stays by visitors in the park numbered ly prove which of missionary is drawing to they openly support By both proseltyizmg and Inter religious rivalry he cal missionary would com

124,700. axioms I is correct. One close That is why so many election candidates educating the missionaries tween Catholic here. Such an one if he t.m
body loves a fat man" : self, sacrificing Chris "People then imagine cannot avoid political involvement and Protest. be found would become II' '
: ant educated
Augustine .. In Rwanda politicians while "
church conspiracies and they savior of Africa The m
"Nobody loves a fat both sect the
chuz since most missionaries are impartially educate: childrenof in Sudan leean sionaries did come and th,
the nation, had 444'iOO:! visitors up 7 Unquestionably I white, they suspect them of the Tutsi minority and And Islamic plot to oust them. did a remarkable civiliz >!

per cent Fort Matan&is, another Span weight. As Russell tl. working for a foreign country Hutu majority. They find the racism obtrudes in the )JJb. They left a Visible 'in'

ish: fort, near MarlneUnd, drew CO,300 The New York : Africa and We don't even like the Tutsis fore better pupils; there. Congo missionary where innocent white pact just as colonialism rill
In the word 'missionary We would the Tutsi get better instruction stand out as its demerits, left a visible
visitors, a gain of 11 per cent sociological question! avoid difficulties by having and better job*. easy target for atavistic impact

t. Fort Carolipe near Jacksonville didacy (for the US of new more African clergymen i after When the Hutus persecutedthe cruelty But the new nations waitn }:

registered a 13 per cent gain and hada ornla) is whether this Asian : all, churches are international Tutsis many missionaries Responsible non-Christian run their own churches .<

visitor total of 51,900. At Bradcnton. to elect a fat man to the White missionaries and sought earned to protect the latter. leaders naturally abhor such they want missionary insi .
e mis have done work official condemnation persecutions, The late Sheikh
good
but
tutions like schools but thf\
the DeSoto Memorial counted 78,200 A look at ,
Shaltout
cursory Is as their era is finished," rector of Calios AI want them turned d'
visitors, up 7 per cent, Fort Jefferson, disclose a f'w'obese i : with\ IN ONE Azhar Theological Seminary over theirown
Sulzberger RWANDAN mis. and rapidly as possible to
h i e colo- MISSIONARIES HUE become leading
on Dry Tortugaa Island off Key West, nearly all of them got sum school missionaries did in religious figure clergymen. As win
rule which save for ves- unwittingly entangledin Islam, told me last
had 26,200 visitors, over three times arriving in areas, has gone. burgeoning political move not dare send Tutsi boy for example, that he October had- colonialism, they want th,'

the 1962 figure.Jo'Loum.'S. safer, we think, for Today there are mission. ments and, because of their home for Easter. Their par no use! for the black Muslin products of missionaries md
ents had been the of their <'
difficulties murdered or generosity *p
At least It would earn In Burma fled and aberration in the U S because the
the missionaries feared sots; they don't want
Karnes
India it
preaches
STAn: cal vote racism and
for
parks -- even the boy lives, lolonialists or missionaries
the Nagas, South Su repeating Islam ignores a man's t..ir.r.. ,. .__._ .._._
among the Omkas, the .on.CIV. ..
Rwanda, and father skin pigmentation, cannot es-
storms elsewhere. For cape becoming symbol Take
LAKELAND wholly unintended by the case of South Sudan from

courageous men and which they are being expell
Potomac
who devote them. ed. Fever
GA"DNI", to instructing and car- The negruid South Sudd
Imperial Polk County ::'"t. : CIIV JONM. :: for backward peoples, nese tribes are ruled by
"' northern Arab Moslems. The "y ILtTtlltK
:.
Ie =. : : encounter hNHJH
:;; op
*
World's Citrus Center *?... ... < A.....,.... .. and new dangers. primitive southern Din k a LBJ report: Stocks are up. Exports
u.XUNTau.'Igrt. CirLa.li.n de colomalization tribesmen received what education And they laughed when he sat down at u""' up.. Prosperity is rampant .
/all/Y. '''' '' light
is pressure for de-mis' they possess from missionaries sw itch
When students In .
Cabot Lodge

The LEDGER'S telephones All Departments- IN TillS CAPITAL of a Juba instructor struck called after one an of thema Arab for \' president, soars The folks in presidential think it only pull. Ill' lost l once for senator and once
fair
of Uganda, an slave, they were charged keep the Irophj. (hat this year he should get to

suiscmrnoN RATH bishop assigned to with subversion The missionaries .
HOME t'ILIVSIYI I has been waiting for backed them as Khrushchev trades *
insults
vise he almost certainly they have backed oppressed rier : with the Red Chines.i
in East Berlin '.
Out ...rSi . . .. .. $2140 On. month . . . ... 't receive. Missionaries minorities in the Burmeseand Nikita has become the w.,11 flower ofrCommunism bar

in mefitki . " . $1 tI.70 W..k . . . been savagely butcher Indian hills. This I Is abstract .

Tkrtt ,month $ 5.IS On. cur, ky ....il . . in the Congo and expelled Justice but concrete The White House drive to put women 11'110
feverish South Sudan. politics lnK Sn ass iflly, we'll|| lOon have C'fl'f'dl tOil government posts is I11UV-
in this country's rela Obote charge the political at Vest Point

Published afternoons and on Saturday and Sunday calm they face potential organization inspiring Sudanese Winthrop Rockefeller *.
refugee activities hereIs brother of Nel
Lakeland Newspaper Corp., Lakeland, Florida Milton Obote Ugandan the South Sudan Christian Slogan: Winthrop runs Rood like a Rockefell on. J 'inS 'for governor of Ark: ,"*

prim minister',, observes: organization President Kay sh 'uld,
.. We could have trouble here handa of Rwanda claim L>n
One thug: m.:js: .n'mo d, n't turnls i ud ti r na hour .'*.nit mean says that h'I|!:|wasirt 01, pl"kel aware he dro\e more than 70 miles an

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WASHINGTON I REPORTNationalist Four Students ArrestedIn IGIRIEX111671No A\ N! IV li \VIEIRSAIRVOPEN

, China I Crackdown At HavenWINTER -

Steps Up \
CampaignsBy Rogers 0I
HAVEN A citywide live Sgt. Wayne said today

._..u... crackdown on juvenile .
j--1'i11 II! All arrested youths have been s
vandalism resulted in the arrestof ;
FULTON LEWIS JR. west China were 'infested questioned by Police Chief nn@"J 0
WASHINGTON National. with guerillas" The anti. four Winter Haven High Munsey Smith and sent to custody ALWAYS FIRST OUALITY TONITE
1st Chinese commandos have Communist banters had re- School students implicated in of their parents to walt
stepped their raidson portedly been able to set off the destruction of trees in city city punishment, Ryan saH
up daring revolts within the Chinese parks and private yards. Trees and sprinkler head van.dalism
the Communist mainlandand army and to liberate at least More arrests are on the way has been on the Increase,
pose an ever-greater one forced labor camp of 800 and plans to punish the culpritswill with most of the damage done 'TiL P.M.
threat to the political prisoners. The report be handled by the city, by axes. 9
always shaky continued: said City Manager C C. (Cliff) A $100 reward was proposedby I, .
regime of Mac "Guerilla activities are also Ryan. a Mrs Virginia Foley Millera '
Tse-tung. Increasing in Kwangtung, Fu- He said police are hard at commissioner who has done
On March 4, considerable committee work on'
kien and Chekiang Provinces work on the cases and "I thinkwe
for Instance, a wrr city beautification but Ryan'' And Thur.
Commandos have been penetrating have the rest of them cornered Every
contingent o t these areas since 1962. We intend to handle this said he now believes the reward ,
Nation i alisl only as a last resort
," necessary
Sabotage and uprisings are our own way
guerillas scared and that the city should 'not '
frequent. Unrest I It widespread Damage Admitted . Fri. and Mon.
an impressive have to pay an outsider for doing ,
The Reds have been r ,
victory in compelled to move additional The arrested youngsters have its own job
Fukien Provo troops to these seaboard Prov admitted cutting down the trees ,
ince, on the inces to guard against large- and discarding them, and were Only the heartwood of ebonyis
m a I n la nd's LEWIS scale revolt implicated In tree vandalism dark-colored before it Is finished .
southeast coast. According to outside private homes, Cetec .
Nationalist "TIlE COMMUNISTS have
dispatches, the
guerillas admitted close to 800 acts of .CQIIPUf.LAdNCIUICINDIIIIA[ [ IUIIDl WMISlrf.M"QOf.12' "C"IN IIIUTIAl IIITI$
slipped past Red gun.
boats in the Formosan Straits, sabotage in Kwangtung Provo ':' "
ince alone numbers of : : ... ,
Large ;;
x '
took the " M or"
to beaches, killed 15 a a .. '
Communist militiamen, blew people have been accused of ,,, ', \ 1fJt \ F
up a defense installation, raise aiding and abetting the gueril t e + ,lejTtk
ed the la forces Many have been
Nationalist
Hag, and
fled. )Jailed and sent to remote
areas for forced labor. Some
Three days earlier, anti. have been executed VM ob'9ffi7'e
Communist guerillas In Yun A refugee from Chekiang
nan Province derailed a mili Province disclosed that a
tary supply train bound for group of more than 1000
North Vietnam. Reports from guerillas known as the Anti- AS SILK/
Hong Kong say the five-car Communist National Salvation C LCxlxt.t .
train was loaded with
ammu
Corps are roaming that Prov
nition and late model weaponsfor ince. Under the direction of a
the Viet Cong when it was former top-ranking Commun

blown up outside Kummmg, 1st official the guerillas, mostly
capital of the
Province.
peasants, have raided
THE GUERILLAS then attacked warehouses and sabotaged 1;
with hand grenadesand communication facilities. ett
withdrew only after Inflicting A report In the Hong Kong I II .r I,, '" COTTON KNIT POLOS!

heavy damage on Tiger Standard quoted one I "i Bey r M Machine woihoble cotton
Communist militiamen. A recently-arrived exile as say. II .. u Mir M"I ; { knit poles In auorled colon -
search party lent to the area ing the Reds mowed down 400 I .-. Gripper shoulder. I I. 2,
was reportedly ambushed Chinese who demonstrated for M N 34.
Another Hong Kong report food. When workers set build I it
says that two groups of anti. ings afire and attacked Com I. S .I "p4* = a, 2 for 97f-
Communist guerillas number. munist cadres sent to quell '
log about 5000 each, are active the disturbance, government NO WORDS EVER DESCRIBED r 0 "r 1st
in western China. During reinforcements were rushedto w '4 'fe
the New Year period In mid. the scene and fired point. il ,
,
February, the revolutionariesblew blank at the rioters.MOVED KESSLER MORE TRULY wse (
up highways destroyed I r lra
communication centers, and TO ? ae
sacked granaries. Some 100 '11' .M 11/
Communist cadres and militiamen 118 W. LEMON ST. da

were reported killed.
Lanier Upshaw, I II II Ie Iw
An intelligence report published INC
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.._
Miwsun An. In'
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'Ie LAKELAND LEDGER, Truman Dispute
Thursday, April I, ISM :MacArthur,


Ataw 1TAYMYa 'We 'give /.w.

IVI ,
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Is with the wrong I The Lucas story quoted Mao
been fighting
: DOWNTOWN SOUTHGATETHURS. (AP) Two
.,w at the wrong time. It Arthur as saying "those tools |Iq
with
Interviews enemy
10-year-old hand Washington" prevented his
have left Russia win.
PostponedJACKSONVILLE Douglas MacArthur published would if America were'ning the Korean War with hu
free
as the general lay' In state have quite China"A 'plan for bringing In Nationalist
WE WILL (AP) The revived memories, of the bitter bogged down in Chinese troops and sowing j.
spokesman -
u.TA N.awM? merger of Atlantic Coast Line Korean War dispute which end- State Department mile-wide belt of radioactive
"on this co
MEEOEAT and Seaboard Air Line railroads ed his military career. declined comment Mac- bait along the Yalu River after
I II postponed, at least until a The two Interviews were given purported statement" and by :defeating the Red Chinese to
ALL LOCAL PRICES three-judge federal court hear In January 19M to Bob Con- Arthur "at any time" particularly permanently seal China oft
aw e objections to it this summer. sidine of Hearst Headline ServIce at this time. from Korea.
MMP PLUS GIVE YOU Judge,Bryan Simpson of U.S.I and to James G. Lucas of Consldlne said MacArthur told MacArthur
,.. District Court granted a temporary ., Scripps P Howard newspapers him "he proposed to win a de- reportedly laid
the United States had
D 9i! A S&H GREEN STAMPS Injunction Wednesday,' and were withheld until Mac- cisive victory in Korea by the abundance" as a byproduct cobalt 'm
blocking the merger which the Arthur's death They' were pub- employment of 500,000 Nationalist -
uealw,. ; Jed Mm ll the pa(. fr... the" Interstate commerce commission 'lished in' copyrighted stories Chinese, an atomic attacK on presumably from atomic Wes .
SPECIALS iMrf. *.pr !II which' the .4k had approved effective Fri Wednesday.' the enemy's air and supply ons manufacture and the ri.
THURS.RESTAURANT ..... I and the dioactive belt would make i it(
SAT. .Pp' .114 we will N In a memo on the Interview bases in Manchuria
...t my )I...| .* pflc ,, day.The Judge called for legal Lucas quoted the famed old spreading of a huge belt of radioactive -suicidal for an army to try to
Country Fried Steak I Fillet of Blue Fish I SWISS STEAK IllY MMtlcal (t,.."i f>... y;. briefs by.June 1 and indicatedthe warrior as blaming British cobalt across the cross it.

2 for 1.00 All You Can Eat 99c 79c ..... .,... St.1 three-judge court will con- "perfidity" and Washington northern frontier of that battle Claims BetrayalThe
w YIV vene on the request for a per- "harassment and Interference"'or scarred (land." said
story MacArthur
manent injunction in July. Communists Was
i failure to crush the
MacAthur Quoted told of British "betrayal"
by
Florida East Coast Railway, i
RllwMYPe in Korea.
seven other railroads and theRailway I Considme quoted MacArthuras field commander, Lt. Gen. Wal.
HAIR DRYER Relayed To Reds ton Walker, but "said he be.
Labor Executives Association
MURINE EYE DROPS saying:
37c convinced he
brought the case againstthe According to the Lucas story: "Of all the campaigns of my came was the victim -

'I M........ 4DR. BOTTLE . . . 59c SIZE . . . merger. MacArthur became convincedhe life the one I felt most sure of he had of a ordered conspiracy"Lt. Gen.only after
.ITYLIMref of conspiracy GeorgjE.
of
IIY/e was the victim a was the one I was deprived .
in which the State Depart- the Stratemeyer to bomb the
NrryIMNlw I could have won

1// ILw.rNMnML1 Ln.'I 6 FOOT AIR GARDENMATTRESS ment was with showing Washington his communications to'war waging.10 days In Korea, with, considerably In a maximum fewer of- Yalu Chinese River intervened.Just bridges. after the

_
.......IINnn.N..... [Geo. L. Gaines ,the British, who In turn relayed casualties than were suffered as the bombers were
TOOL ;these to the Chinese Reds. in the so-called truce period. about to take off four hours later >
WhhNr.YIN., I Jewelers A British Embassy spokes I air (power) MacArthur was quoted assaying
enemy's
110" Fnll.tliW with lt.lew ll man denied the charge, laying: I'would"The first have been taken out. his order was "per.
1. h qM stn I SET 112 S. Tenn. Ave. "British Commonwealth troops have dropped between emptorily" countermanded by
would
I infrt f*. I were serving in Korea at the I his Gen. George C. Marshall, then
: bombs on
atomic
cenlpn h.issaut tmtplif. I EPIAT Of time and It is unthinkable that I 30 air to bases 50 and other depots secretary of defense.
> )llJ1 A SILIOUTI the British government would
t. sl4.ts across the neck of Man- Truman has written In hu
/ 11 Yel.f1 Cempar* h $1 ftValutf. 'I ].K. BeginningSat. I endanger the lives of their own strung churia. memoirs that quickly upon receiving
TOOl SIT Informationto
I troops by passing
from
!II I the Communist Chinese as, The Hearst writer also quot- a message Strate

[ April 4th] alleged. ed MacArthur as President-elect saying he almost meyer bombing that MacArthur of a Yalu had bridge ordered -
convinced
Earl Attlee, Britain's prime
Korea with
connecting
Manchuria
129J I Dec.
minister at the time of the Korean Dwight D. Eisenhower on
947cIECEONLY the President conferred
Will CloseSaturdays I War, said in London today 11, 1952, to adopt an undisclosedplan withSecret.ry

VWf{ CAR SEAT j'I' II I treachery' the accusations were "complete of British nonsense cold war by MacArthur but was frustrated to end the by checked son. Acheson with of State various in Dean turn State Ache had and

who
S+d:: :; : and perfectly ridiculous. the (late John Foster Dulles Defense Department officials,
I Attlee recalled that he had was to become Eisenhower's
including Dean Rusk, then
assistant
.N wllh 1 e e tLIr1 gone to Washington in 1950 "be secretary of state.
( No ..q, [At 12:30 P.M.! cause there seemed to be Although It was former Presi- Far Eastern secretary affairs of state for
iJ'Jo Inq Imtlaq adtfMORObif danger, of extending war dent Harry S. Truman who end- (Achcsoj
DERMASSAGE I'' declined comment on the Lucas
J 54c Korea to an all-out war between ed his military career in a dispute )
America and China," over the Korean War, the story.
8-OZ. BOTTLE . . 98c SIZE . . Thru .
: Sept. He said he wanted to avoida Scripps-Howard tory said Mac-I Truman said Rusk, now secretary

_ J war against the Chinese in Arthur paid grudging respect to of state, had "pointed out
V.TAMP.VILA I China because "it would have Truman as "a man rf raw courage :that we had a commitment with
__ i and guts. The little bastard the British not to take action
COMIARI TO 1 METAL METAL honestly believes he is a patriot. which migh involve attacks on
tI sl.+t rAluls I Need Cat !0 Pry MM ." the Manchurian side of the river .
GAS CAN IRONING without consultation with
No Rebuttal PlannedA "
Mm wrnII them.
BOARDS spokesman for Truman said So only an hour and 20 minutes

Out ,.II.a n. Man To See Wednesday the former presi-, before the planes were 10
,AW. dent would make no rebuttal take off, said,
metal fiS .... ATACCEPTANCE Truman a message
Metamucil .1 I 11 ve.tl... and was sticking to his praiseof was sent to MacAthur
.t 222 Ply I sfeeb Atwt.1N., MN .{b MacArthur, upon his death banning all bombing of targets
r wnnutw" sYl..rH..ry P ..tb as "one of the great military: ,within five miles of the Manchurian .
16 Os Con 3.50 SixewA | if +k ,. CORPORATION men In our history." border until further or
metal tea / Truman relieved MacArthurof ders. MacArthur but
obeyed replied
*&?! Mwl)17r OP FLORIDA his Korea command on April the limitations would have
TNfSE LO w Low PAYMEM1S
irl 9, 1951, in an order which "diastrous effect.10LATION ."
) t 77 CASH 11 CASH 11 CASH ItII climaxed a series of rows be-
24" GRill >Cmpor* I rNN aN.n rN AN M.NeI Y0.ad aa.to.seao.oo
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f C.M a f. I U2.eo sroo.ro t tssu srsoo uw.ss tls \ CHARGED i
MPI rd.. 71.15 U I.. headquarters. After Peking PHNOM PENH, Cambodia yi I
: oo sls oo srw a/ s1e oo stoo sT s topIV.M
..MMatw ( M ParLlrqlOANi sent in troops MacArthur proposed (AP)-Cambodia charged yesterday
[ expanding the military that about CO Vietnamese
CARL I. WHARTON
tot OTHER AMOUNTS Oa FOR OTHtA
lfIo-.rN wIM. PEeloos Ass COMPAAAett MM I/M tars r11" !effort to Red China's "coastal troops violated Cambodian territory (
..hft....' I DAY SHVICI areas and interior bases" Truman -, In Kampot Province Sun
..allft'NrMM ..... i.ahaftl. 1'-! 217 S. TENNESSEE, LAKELAND MU 2-316$ and UN. allies favored day night and fired on a village.
.o'" fal.lft'.... i.I I'J DEODORANT :iH limiting the campaign In Korea. .

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: i Miami ............. 85' L Charleston ......... 70 41 Memphll ........... 52 35 news from Washington:
83 Chicago ............
Jacksonville 42 :J.4 Milwaukee .........42 23
....... 88 CONTROLS: The Securities
So/ Cleveland ..........
41 30 Mpls-St. Paul N 23
t Key West ..........83 Exchange Commission
75 announced
Cincinnati .........
45 30 New Orleans ......15 50
t LAKELAND ....... 8. 17 Denver ............ Wednesday, it plans to
53. 32 New ...... .
York . 59 38
Ocala ..... .
I .. ...... 87 place rigid controls floor!
60 on
Des Moines ......
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M 22 Omaha ............ 48 29
Orlando ........... 89 traders In the New York Stock
68 Detroit ............. ]
44 zt Pittsburgh ..........57 30
Pensacola .....
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48 Fairbanq ......... Exchange.The
1t Tallahassee 40 32 SL Louts .......... 41 30
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84 48 Fort Worth ........ announcement |
58 :!J San Francisco ..... 511 .7 apparently
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Tampa .. .......
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W. Palm 69 Honolulu clear .... 86 71 Seattle .............511 oC6 ended a long argument between]
Beach ..
Sot 69 Indianapulil .......,41 29 Washington, ......." 62 .eo the exchange and the cornmis-'.
Juneau .............52 35 BAROMETER sion which had.criticized floor
t Atlanta ............ 68 :J.4 Kansas City ....... 41J.4: 7 I.m. 30.10 trading a* "a vestige of the private -
Boston ............. 58
: 39 Los Angeles ....... 80 54 1 p.m. Wednesday. 30,06 club atmosphere" that

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The proposed new rules, accepted
Jitla r ,i..aats rtt by the exchange, would
ri prohibit a broker from trading
for' his personal account while
executing orders for his

customers. 410 HP
w If normal procedure Is followed ,,Cq, ,.. Sato tOrytw rci
the new standards wouldbe
formally adopted about MayIS
and would become effective
30 to 60 days after that date.

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KREBIOZEN: The Food and
i Drug Administration has recommended
to the Justice Department ,
Hh1 that distributors of
Crebiozen be prosecuted, a''

f3rYLe spokesman said Wednesday',
In the long and heated controversy -
...www.r.rww. i
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I. w.w r... woe' r Over the drug, Its

...ww..we .....ao.r qs ... sponsors claimed it was elective
0
..r...w.wr ouew.assrrr r.+ A in combating cancer. But
the FDA announced In September -
eJil .". ,f o that lu studies had identified -

l. __ ,p.. Krebiozen as nothing more For the 3rd tint In three years, Fred Loranzcn takes the grueling AUanta-500"! at the wheel! of his Ford.
..--.-- than creatine, an ammoacld
1 ee JtFY
plentifully available from meatIn

A cold front, carrying Hiundarttarmi sod coUr to..tu.... mavtd _. .'. the normal diet The agency
.c 'Iorl" "- FORD TOTAL PERFORMANCE WINS
....".. odor Tcmpororurot won to drop fin d.|.... throughout tho itoto by tomflit. Hifhi said It found it was ineffectivein
rn tho 80s for a w..., w... to dip to tho 60. ....d TOi. Skier would .. .....c.at to portly cloudy. animals.In the treatment. of cancer in
(AP Wlrcahata)

W eaf/J( rcast I cited sponsors November the for product's alleged, the interstate principal agency ATLANTA "500" FOR 3RD YEAR IN A ROW!

shipment of Krebiozen under
Cool temperatures were in false claims and other misrep-
store for Lakeland,
with cloudy
presentations, giving them an
skies to clear late this afternoon fw opportunity to show cause why Latest win gives Ford Incredible history of victories in virtually Because Ford enters open competition !-
Tonight will be fair and N'.1.1111.1ZONE kind of
they should not be prosecuted. every automotive event the cars at your Ford Dealer'sare
rather cool, with mild tem- possible-from stock car races to economy stronger better handling, safer and
FORECASTS 11 out of last 12HASCARSOOmilers
peratures returning tomorrow w+...eH runs,from rallies to endurance teats. thriftier in the long run. They're built
A-Partly cloudy and
Northeasterly winds will blowat Friday. Rather cold tonight tonight U.S.-RUSSIA: President John This is the dramatic way to show for total per/ormaiu.
8 to 16 miles an hour son is described as having noted !
today with lowest readings In the 40s that Fords have changed . and the
diminishing to 5 to 10 miles an B, C, D-Fair and cooler tonight with some satisfaction a sure way to be certain they keep on TRY TOTAL: PERFORMANCE .
hour tonight becoming 10 to 18 ,"more normal situation" in
ATLANTA, April 5: In a blazing changing
miles ,an hour tomorrow Moderate Friday partly cloudy anda American-Soviet relations. exhibition of total TOR A CHANGEIFORD!
little warmer. Low tonightin This ptrjormanet, ace Ford enters' special cars In open
humidity will become low word was relayed to
driver Fred Lorenzcn his
tomorrow. the 40s.EPartly. M newsmen Wednesday by U.S, piloted specially competition, in addition to lu exten
modified 64 Ford to a stunning
awe and track
cloudy through Friday ambassador to Moscow D laboratory test programs
The maximum temperaturehere Foy Victory in the Atlanta "500" before a
yesterday was 86 degrees, Cooler with low tonightin Kohler after he had a 50.minute cheering crowd of 75,000 spectators. because competition provide an intensity -
of testing that no proving
the minimum this the 50s. meeting with Johnson.
morning was This marks the 11th time alone .
victory ground
can provide.The
67 degrees, and 04 of an inch F, G-Partly cloudy through Kohler cited as an exampleof Falcon.Fairlane Thunderbird
that Ford hu NASCAR
of rain fell at the city hall Friday. Some scattered show w?r more normal relations the captured a lemons Ford his learned In racing
recent cultural stock car event of 500 mile or more have already led directly to such \V1NNEK or ROTOR TMNDt
weather station ers followed by cooler this after- exchange agree
Of THE Y1AK.AWARDlino.aaa.r.e
CAR
starting May 1962.
noon and tonight.. Low tonght! ment and negotiations on an lit refinements aa a stronger roseaxle..
in the 50s. Southwesterly winds American-Soviet consular con- In the put two years' ,tough, depend- streamlined "fastback" styling better
Win Won't Solve shifting to northerly 10 to 18 ventions. able Ford-built can have carved out an brakes and an improved Ignition system.

miles hour diminishing and
per Nixon
Viet Problem becoming Northeasterly tonightand Against GENERAL DIPLOMAT TALK
Friday.H NEW DELHI (AP) Gen. '
Frenchman I-Partly cloudy through Any Surrender, ,Paul Adams commander In LAKELAND FORD COMPANY INC.
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SaysTOKYO Friday. Some showers likely chief of U.S. forces in the Middle ,
today and not quite so warm TAIPEI Formosa (AP) East and South Asia, conferred IONTGOMERY
(AP) French Premier -tonight and Friday. Low tonight Former Vice President Rich In New Delhi yesterday 125 Lake Mirror Drive Phone MU 2-1102
Georges Pompidad said today SI to e. with Chester Bowles, U.S. ambassador -
ard M. Nixon said today that India r Etna WALT DI8NCV8 MAGIC SKYWAY: AT THa FORD MOTOR COMPANY'S WONDER ROTUNDA, NEW YORK WORLD'S FAIR .
a military victory for u.s.- J-Partly cloudy through FrIday ,to .
surrender of the Qffshore Islands --- -- - -- --- -- - -
backed force in the war in Not quite so warm tonight
South Viet Nam "would not and Friday. Low tonight of Quemoy and Matsu to the
solve anything." 60 to 65. Chinese Communists could be

f 1 "I dont want to seem to be K-Partly cloudy through Fri- the straw that would break the I
a prophet of doom to our ITS I day with some scattered showers camel's back of resistance to
allies I likely. communism in South Viet Nam.i:


Woman Behind Thresher Fund



I Honored By Secretary Of NavyWASHINGTON WARDMontgomery NOTICE


(AP) When A British navy bandmasterwrote the several civilian technicians
the 129 men of the submarine a song In tribute to the in the Thresher when she failed I
Thresher went down with her to Thresher's dead and all pro to surface from a test dive off
an ocean grave a year ago they ceeds from the copyrighted song Cape Cod.
left behind almost 200 grieving goes to- the fund. There are 194 children now,
children- and a lot of people The fund to send the childrento 11 of whom were born after the,
who remembered. college is for those of both nuclear submarine sank the
A fund was started to help the Navy personnel aboard and said.
educate the children and on big
and little contributions has Ward-Downtown Lakeland
grown to more than 1140,000
under the guidance of a New I
England woman with deep!


roots She Hamilton is in Valentine American Forebearer Hollingsworthof history. I WILL CLOSE ITS DOORS

West Beach Hill. Beverly and CANOPIES
Farms Mass. She is the motherof
t ,d *1 :
five children and *i a great-
great-great granddaughter of Al- r .

ened exander the Polaris Hamilton missile she chris- ugh incoocomfort..LowinpriceBOTH (!

fine Alexander SUbma-j SAT. NIGHT 5:30 P.M.

years started Mrs.ago.the Hollmgsworth fund collection, with whop| CANVAS & ALUMINUM :

a goal of $500,000 was honored
Wednesday in a surprise cere-
mony at the Pentagon.
Secretary of the Navy Paul CUSTOM IN PREPARATION OF OPENING IN THEIR
H. Nitze gave her a certificateof
appreciation for her "am- BOAT iwi

bitious, unselfish dedication and
NEW LOCATION !
driving zeal." COVERSMADE

Navies Helping TO .--


Navy The, not"lion's has just share our come Navy of from the but the the assistance ORDERLINOLEUM ALL ITEMS IN OLD STORE MUST GO!

Royal Navy, the Royal Canadian p
navy and the Japanese i
Mrs. Holllngsworth said. I
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Ape navy Turns In I :,
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False Alarm I SAVINGS TO 7Sro


STANFORD, Calif (APAnape : ,I

Wednesday.turned in a false alarm Call for FreeEstimate

used for experiments
The ape, being
at Stanford University -
Medical Center was being ,
686-4193 ALL SALES FINAL
wheeled In a cage when he y
reached between the bars and
pulled the alarm lever :

department Firemen from and nearby the campus Palo I ELLIS BROS., Inc. 3240 5. florl4. Ave. r rLAmz 117 N. Kentucky Ave. Open Daily 9-5:30-Fri. 'Til 9 P.M.

and fourd tome
Alto responded red )

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,I f LAKELAND LEDGER, Thursday April t, 1I j_ ___._ ____ 1 SuccessfulShot I

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Gemini StockCAPE j F

Auto Eenrice Center ,
KENNEDY (Apt>
-The United States today
1OUAl11 moved confidently ahead on iu r

T CHARGE IT BUDGET IT! Gemini second manned following space the success progrtm or, ..a
the first unmanned flight.
DIStDUN1 A Titan 2 rocket propelled a
two-seat Gemini spacecraft into
orbit In an almost perfect
launching. The rocket lifted off
only one second behind ichej.
ule, but a launching official
4 r e claimed the range clock must .
have been wrong because tile
countdown was completed with.
out even a one second delay
!f'' Project Director Charles
nl Mathews of the Manned
Spacecraft Center said the
flight gave the Gemini team
confidence to proceed toward t
second unmanned flight and a 4
manned orbital trip this year
The second flight, set for late G
WT.b August or early September it
to hurl a spacecraft on a ballistic (
INSTALL New Hem .f Id lok.t.od l T*.,rmaitn Club 'Installed .t a
TOASTMASTERS to test all .
......,... h..., 'Include Norman Rowlond, loft '....'d.lltl Refcart D. Keuf"" ..., aducclionol vie. prttl.,> atmospheric flight reentry systems and recovcry -,
......... dant and W. H. Vwtabla. right, administrative' ,Ie. ,_''eI..t. Other silicon/ art Ma Johnson, i c- !
.4 rotary; John Dock.ry, trtasurar and Chariot C. Clark .....Ollt at arms. Ted I. Janion I. autfolnfimidvnt. The first manned. mission\ I
(L....., Photo By Harpor) calls for two astronauts to ride '
a Gemini capsule on a three-ar') t

i"F a '"&rfJd Lakeland Student Heads Southern's Frat CouncilFloyd bit December.The flight hopefully. In Novemberor 1

opening Gemini shot test
Zimmermann III, of Council at Florida Southern Col. A Junior majoring in psychology ed structural Integrity of the j jr
tEl 4 rocs r ; u.n .vi y Lakeland has been elected presi-/lege for the 1964-63 academic' he is a member ol r r spacecraft ability of the Titan '
social Hi I 2 to place the capsule in a pre
dent of the Inter Fraternity year. Sigma Chi fraternity.
V Mr. and Mrs. G. F, cise orbit, and aerodynamic
ar dr parents are
, ; of the
1 a Zimmermann Jr., 1432 Handle y compatibility rocket-cap
REELECTSWELLEY: Blvd. sule combination.
Other new officers are lawrence Maj. Gen. Ben I. Funk, com
1I ) lOCfNESchool : : Boecklen, Lake Park,. mander of the Air Force space :
vice president; Walton Hopkins. systems division termed the j jI
; Superintendent\ Jacksonville, secretary; a n d I launching a "storybook sort of
Lawrence Friedman Morris,. flight" in which everything ,
;::i"t:.':' J:,;, ":' -:.; .::I- town, N.J., treasurer. seemed to go right., )
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LAKELAND LEDGER Thursday, April I. 1M4



State Cabinet's Plane Flies In Red

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t x TALLAHASSEE (AP) State much they could not be deter- repair bill for overhauling and for operations of the State Military
Auditor Ernest Ellison reported mined. maintaining the engines. This Department Board of Examiners
: today that the State Cablnet't Ellison recommended that all was paid out of the state internal in the Basic Sciencesor I
costs of operating the aircraftbe improvement fund. the Central and South Florida
airplane had been operated at set up in a single set of reco.'ds -I The auditor had no criticism Flood Control District.
a loss but that the actual costs and that an adequate rate
i of operating It could not be determined schedule be worked out then so

..uf z J7'J t that the plane would not operate; Vote For

[} A special fund was set up to at a loss. I
n. : I It carried 70S persons duringthe
operate the plane, acquired
12 months ended last June
JAMES J. MUSSOAbility
several years ago as surplus
30 and took in 27260. I
,. rt i ; 4 property, but not all the costs
k. ,
A major cost was an $11,325
were paid out of the fund, the Experience Service;
auditor said. Several state

agencies picked up part of the r t et

.. tab, spreading the costs so heartburn CountyCommissioner


Warren Group
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May TravelTo

Slop It dihi away with TUMS
Dallas tasting nuclei TUMS tblt.era TOd.fortilltd.p ,'. food. ti On May 5th
;
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*d soothing high potency !!
DALLAS Tex. APSourcesclose
( raltof mutrallt 11 <>cii ,
to the Warren commission acid . nIMM you from the :
representatives here indicate grip of tn cKHrrUitKl atemschcompl.t.ly ,
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gently en thpot
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Chief Justice Earl Warren and ]
Wouldn't you Isle thttfeukkty
other commission members tffMtlv,
STOLEN ARTICLES Tw. l.k.l.nd' Ju.lor' High thi- Iud, n.it)11, Aughtar, of Mr. sad M... Dnl Buih, 1I3S Wilt may visit Dallas next week. ass p.t.ncy railtf g
1'1'dents .pp.., "loit" amidst .large 'mount of clothing, books Olly, and Brand Simpitn, IS, .f th* Florid' Baptist ChlUran's, U.S. Atty. Barefoot Sanders 1 rest eaoa-sw "' DISTRICT 3
.red' othtr p.n.s.l l orticltl that hav bran found f..m tint* ta Homo, BOM with Mi* arricki, "'..., of which boys bn nportdtint said Wednesday he had no com-
[ *t rho school' .n4, novor claimtd by iholr w..... Norm "'''''"," but wr rnllr I.... (Ldgr Photo. by Hatchloa) ment on the statement and .u CountyWideVote
t "anything released about that

!chool I Finds Lakeland Man Is Identified will ington.have" to come from Wash-


" lathing & y Voters ..... every right to knew every County Comminlon Can.didots ,.
lnfrit In Isis Community 01 rafltctid In hit civic
VictimA
lot Stolen Yesterday By ,Rape There IS a Safer Way wash .nd l .ctlvrtl.t-pit and pr..*nt. The following partial

I lilt I It rnp* tiYly 1""lIIltt"h
Lakeland man has been The sheriff said that For. contact the sheriffs depart. !
I ; A room at Lakeland Junior positively identified as the rester told him that the next ment. to Smoke Cigarettes Founder Boys Club of Lakeland
igh School Is filled with used who he knew he In the
man allegedly raped an thing was
.
clothes, used books used pocketbooks Forrester said that he drove Past President of Jr. Chomber of Commerce
attractive 27-year-old Lakeland process of raping the womanIn
used shoes and used gym housewife in an orange grove the orange grove at Eagle the car to Orlando about 6 Mayor of Lakeland, 1952 and 1958

uniforms. near the Eagle Lake pavilion Lake. o'clock Monday night and If You Ar. Concerned About tn. U.S. Surf.on-Gn.r.rai Chairman Airport Zoning Board, Polk County
But the junior high Is not Monday afternoon. Sheriff "When he knew what was ed went to a hotel where he rent. Report on Smoking, YOU SHOULD USE... Honorary Life Time Member of JayceesPast
lanning a. rummage sale. The Monroe Brannen said yester happening," Brannen said a room for a couple of
articles were all Ipst by students day. Forrester told him, he gaggedthe hours. He also bought a bus Pres. Ridge League of Municipalities
it the school and never claimed Brannen said Donald Nix woman with a handkerchief ticket for New Orleans, and A t WATER ACTtVATEODISP08ABLC Director of Fla. League of Municipalities
"
Sixty-nine sweaters now hang Forrester of 1S26 S. New York tied her hands behind purchased made revolver a 22-cahber Italian- ju.J FILTER TIPS Director of Chamber of CommerceMember
In the room, along with 18 short Ave., Lakeland was positively her and bound her feet with of City Commission of Lakeland, 9 years
' Jackets, four raincoats, two identified by the victim her own belt. Then he left her Forrester admitted taking a 91% TARS Cited Junior Chamber of Commerce and
)ieavy coats, 18 pain of socks during a line-up held at Brannen's there and drove off. bus to Tallahassee, Brannen REMOVES UP TO | by Boyi
and devoted
said, where, according to For. Club of America for long service to
seven scarves, four blouses and office.Forrester. Pistol PurchasedThe
114 towels. told Brannen that woman managed to get about rester,the he incident got to and thinking called AND UP TO 90% NICOTINE 'I'i' boys work ((25 years)
B Add to this collection 62 text herself free and walked to a
he had been living in Lakeland -
(;looks, eight work books, 30 for about three months, neighboring home, hands still the A police deputy department.from Polk FROM AMERICA'S FAVORITE Rcincuilicr
dote books and one note' book having moved here from Au- tied where she was able to County I

[physical folder and education several uniforms boxes and of burndale., Ala.Attack He. is a native ofDawson day drove and to Forrester Tallahassee was back Tues in v i CIGARETTES (filler or plain) JAMES J. MUSSOFor

Polk County Tuesday night. 1 .
Shipbuilders
[tennis slues 1
DescribedIn He will face a charge of rape PACKAGE OF 10- 4911 Commissioner 5th
County May
Articles Collected and may also face two other *'GOOD FOR 200 CIGARETTES...
a statement given to To Move
the Urged charges of kidnapping and Pai. .... Ad a. a..s e. Prue
George Fouts, principal at Brannen, Forrester said that .... _L 1I1IIf'J!
ftchool said that the articles are he was walking around Lakeland auto theft.
(collected from all over the Monday afternoon about To Other FieldsGENOA
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school and are taken to the first :- 1 - .
| 2 o'clock when he saw the -- -
Taid room where the school's, woman get into a car In a Italy (AP-An International ,
(lost and found. department op- downtown parking lot. congress of shipyard
.y Jerates. Forrester had in his posses workers wants shipbuilders SHOP FRIDAY AND MONDAY 'TIL 9 P.M., LAKELAND ;,
l\, In the lost and found department slon a six-inch letter opener to expand into other Industries
most of the articles will which looked like a knife, to save employes from Job \
|be found at the end of the year, Brannen said, and walked up loss. r I IIt
land most of them have' already to the car, displayed the knife, A three-day annual meetlni I .
[been reported stolen by the and made his intended Victim which closed in this big port ell) kJar- t. ., I
f students who lost them. slide out from her driver's Friday night urged first that : ,3. ..- t.t IN ; .
1 Fouts notes that each student position to the passenger aide the world's shipbuilders try tc k ,) '
I has two lockers, one in the hall of the car while he got in and expand production and Job opportunities ; ,i. :
I way of the school building and. started driving. in their own field. ;
[ one In the gymnasium for physical Brannen explained that For Where that is not possible ,
education classes. Each. rester told him he has "Some said the congress, there should' :f.
locker, supposedly, has a padlock sort of black-out spells" and be "diversification of shipyard .t \ ..
I or combination lock. did not know where in Lakeland production to other branches of

Not Stolen he drove. industrial_production! 4 ,

The principal added that several -
| locks have also turned up BROTHERS
in the lost and found department

lost by careless students, BUY
Fouts said that the pile of, fantastic
clothing books and other personal savings
items at the school i is
mute testimony that there Is
much less stealing at the school
than parents would be made to Ogiks tisdk! closeout
believe when they hear reports' slipcover
of articles being "stolen.



March Building 0 sofa bed
hide-a-bed
Shows IncreaseIn sofa covers chair covers covers covers


W. HavenWINTER

HAVEN March) I compare at 12.99 to 18.99SALE
Ir
building construction in Winter J f
Haven was more than double
that of February and of a year:
ago, according to a report by :
Bail Wolf, city director of buildIng 8.97

and zoning. .
March construction was S313
$152,670 and
038; February's was .
March a year ago had a construction
total of $134,010. Medal 21K14MOTOROLA
Major construction started

last phase month of the included Kahikl the Motor last i This is your chance to add new life and beauty to your home with sensational

Lodge, the permit showing estimated savings from America's leading manufacture "Comfy", Fine quality ready-made

Food Store cost on at Central$95,000;Avenue a Jiffy, sofa covers, chair covers, hide-a-bed covers and sofa bed covers. A host of

East is listed at $28,800. fabrics and sizes fit most of furniture.
Residential additions and alterations tasteful colors, to pieces
TV
CONSOLE
totalled $37,432 during 23"
March. Total fees collectedwere
$2,194. For the fiscal yea 1 YEAR GUARANTEE ON All PARTS
to date, these fees are $7.85041<
against $9.70.45 in the first five< Big 5V4" x 7W

months of the previous fisca speaker

year .213.... In. picture .
viewing area $19995 "C"luclo'II"replacement

Baton Lessons Tube sentry protection
.
Begin SaturdayThe .. Hand-wired Fine fwrnlture chants styling \ ; chaise lounge pad


Parks and Recreation De
partment will offer baton In 7.98
and in MOTOROLATABLE .5
beginners
structlons for I ,
termediates beginning Saturda:) ', s
at the Recreation Center, 203 N RADIO 23", 70" long; floral plastic on one side, olive green
Massachusetts Ave. ; e p plastic on reverse side; shredded foam filling.
An early registration will bj 4" Sp.*kaf' for ,
held Saturday at 10 a.m. for al rich, wishing to particlpati
in persons the beginners' class. Instruction $9 n 95
for beginner begin! Modal A-II
at 10:30 for persons 8 and above Only
Instruction for intermediat t
"A" begins at 1130: a.m anc'

for ties.Intermediate will Persons be hero in "B these H at minute 1:31: Nile & Day Appliances


early to register.The .
instructions will run eac "Lahland' TV Supermarket" FOR CONVENIENCE, USE YOUR MAAS' CHARGE
Saturday for 10 weeks and I
fee of $5 per person Is charged! 1330 New Auburndale Hwy. MU 6-2176 1 HOUR FREE PARKING WITH PURCHASE OF $2 OR MORErL
Mis
Instructions are given by
Donna Farerwald Miss Fat i. Open 8 A.M. to 9 P.M. -
enwald holds several state hor

ors andjs well qualified.


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LAKELAND LEDGEThursday \tr' ...' j NoveltyOf

April I, IK4 ___: Gooney Birds Jaywalk! Volcano

An abundant shower of manna! 'I

fell upon Turkey In 1891

.rte r > '" Wears OffBy

EXPERIENCECOUnlx : Since Navy Put Them Off Nests:; 1 '\ t. ROBERT BERRELLEZSAN


I PEARL HARBOR (AP)-Mid-the Urge birds The Navy alms I, paviilt41111 tt ,II. I\mse s r\1\\1 \. .'., J JOSE. Costa Rica CAP)
. of
way Island gooney birds have became concerned about the, true ha hwtw -blab twrut'\ +g 1\1 t,' : t".:,. , . ". ..."... -Mt. Ir tu Is a tort drive-In
taken to Jaywalking since the danger to airmen their 1wIgaIAt wwalwy grtwlllatl 1 1I 1t'; ', volcano.
Seabers bounced them out or Earlier this year, after yea' ri I will bw y,t-,-i.. Wi biM *Mia : ::\ ,, : ,,> Scientists" classify it as "an-
their nesls. of study by silenilms. and Viola, lThwe III"\\\\: cwwusl. \/of Rque1AINI .; deiltic, or of a petrochemicallava

The comical on the gists, the Navy Initiated a two awl ITMUM\...M MtXKthM., iv','I type. To Coats Rlcans it ii

,mid.Pacific atoll Rooncys-whose ranks pronged prtgram to not th.' longer avalAtJe v IN, haul .. . ..;. : : : : > : Irazu Is no longer the noveltyIt
.
were thinned by a recent extermination gnon yi out of their hair 1'1'11\1 sutta4e I ', ; .. .; , ,:. ;: last
They gassed and kllltnl' 30,!00*t' thus. the Nw 'kt \ \\IIlnlll lit "'" il''" ; "' '" ',:'". ".Ii t' became a year ago
-now are \ ,
program :
: 15 when, with a rum-
sending out scouts to oversee birds In nests beside the runways trdtsrltve "twyvss that 11 t j jhu :'I" : l:' '; ;; : : :-)" : ;. March the volcano stirred
then began hurdlupplni the lcwohlel I I . , ., >;: :, bling yawn
r paving operations aimed to keep! f'IIIIII\4iN\I\\ 0,1"' .-'Ii' ''''''''.. .j; .. . .. " .\. after centuries of
r' them off Navy runways, the area so other inHiiuyi tau d gtswwNsr III' Qf which jU.hIllIMlht ,.. > ; ;'t \: ?' awake
: :;
J ,
: : : slumber
+ The scouts crossing in from nut take their place.The pets atwtulg the 1,1004servieenten ;'f!: ; ;,* , ) Hundred Make Drive
project won the blmnlng\ 11111\\ theft familieson ,', .' '
of marching slowly ahead or feet rise In
or 11,262
Irazu's
'N'f'f '< Mt.
of Auduhon StHltty officials timely Mw\ "\' i i'i rf
heavy Seabee equipment, are ;, S miles northeastof
veil
Fa ; a smoky
Ihe plan hm gone writ although hut "IIIIII'IIIj the giw y ai ... ,.'
. '" !o .
keeping Navy men hopping < drive in
1 J Jose One can
< San
the curious gmmcys thaI the Navy "111'11'1I,., gtglney. '- ,,: .,. 7' .
Sailors are detailed to walk hours to ledge
insist walking In food III ihl* f\tr the current : less than two a
on lhtee r* |Hui : .
ahead of graders, tractors and : overlooking the crater 300 yards
'
heavy shovels Their job Is to equipment, have slowed! | the job pnlieel l asei't, jet cuunllng 5: away. There on the crumblingwalls
slightly their--or--( niCigaretto
pick up the waddling goonrys ; \ .. of a onetime lookout point
-- --- .
and carry them out of harm's Navy tltlpeful I i J' "" a splash of coral paint says

Elect way Navy men ire hopeful however And .. "Panama si, Yankees out."
Caused DamageFor that they've at lint fount ., : :-" Hundreds of spectators driveto

a colony of about i way of keeping their runways TaxCollections ,. ,. the crater on weekends.
years Beverage
Hear souls walk to the edge
and aircraft approaches Hardy
BEN HILLGRIFFIN 250,000 gooneys-the Blackfoot .,i,
HIP chasm, some
When the Seahees finish of the belching
held
or Layson albatross-have Up 1 h
with children in their arms to
squatters rights on Midway :.,
j
down Into the rumbling
Their habit of building nests Lakeland Air ( PTu"'ullett.tlK c peer
TAUAIIASSIE
of : t 1:> innards of one of nature's true
beside Navy runways and and atiiihiilic
\ on cigarette '" '" has
: spectaculars No one yet,
Your Slot Senator cruising gracefully In take-off Rifle Club /jonI'll' during Maret 1 'i lye ,ai fallen in.After .
and landing patterns causedthousanda totaled I IIO. IHI,42r.: an Increase'' i 9'RI' uqe 12 months of continuous

eel.....A'.,.."Pd. W. .w.." NII NII OrAHM OrfreePuM of dollars damage to Plans SessionsThe of 40 ter rent shove March last eruptions of ash and fine sand
T_.. planes when they collided withHARRELL'S largely because of Yr-
,year the volcano has become a nag
J lakeland Junior Air Rifle creased tines.Director .. ging source of preoccupationand
Club>> will resume meetings Saturday Richard Keating fha '::: --i oL. '; anxiety, particularly to

at II a m at the Kctrra Slate Beverage Depart' ....:". those who farm its still fertile
lion Center, 203 N Mumachu aid |the present trend of coffer patches of mountainside Livingon
setts Ave. Ions indicated taxes cnddj I the slopes is known as "ru-
The club now has 10 memo each S120 million on cigarettes brew 11CM'T v'CLCANQS KttAD C..e. anhq t5 ,00. _Mk *.k..w im.k. billow. lets tica" or Costa Rican roulette
IEIlTIUlER TIME !is mm >en. This leaves openings' for and alcoholic beverages bj" t... .. .... w c- ..... no. tNk.m. eae.eM. Mg.. else. r..r.g..lt.* ee.hui.s .l ilumiraphor. -you can't tell when the

:about eight more members' June .... l00sb'a. .. ten.ae+.. b... Ie.-. .. ....... Ie ..... she ..-elM". CAP .) next eruption will be your last.
aged ( through 15 Each new With nine months goo a* the Ash Changes Lives

SPRING ,member should bring written current fiscal/ year be said tfce With each eruption Irazu
permission from his parents 10''department collected S3L1 maV THE BEST APARTMENTSIN sends clouds of ash and fine

participate In this program Inn, an Increase of R snasViarom sand high Into the air Winds
ANNUALS58'r,01 There Is no charge fur participants the taxes collected TON' An ADVCmSR IN THE LEDGER CLASSIFIED SECTION carry them to all corners of

: and all equipment la';throughout' the prevwcs fecal OCOC THEM NOW this tiny country. The fallout

furnished I year. has been heaviest around San

L Jose The powdery ash gets into
.r > everything.

/ .WANT MORE JFOR tOUt* #6NIT,>.KEEP tOUrt 1** ON GRANTS I Once rare, hats are now in
style Cuffs are dirt collectors
so short sleeves are In. Scuffed
LpI T'F ODkdua 'shoes no longer are a sign of

plebeian carelessness Eye 10I -
Zinnias MorlgoldiSalrla
Now I lion: sales are booming Stiff
Portuloca Spanish formality has eased up

Double Petunias to permit females to wear
PPORTUNITY DAYS
Gloriosa Celesta slacks more practical and
2 SO lb. Bags 3.75 comfortable.
Dahlias Coleus CWESS
Pellet Type The fellows cleaning up are
495 etc ,
2-50 Lb. 8091 PROIya the broom makers and vacuum
IN cleaner dealers.


OPJHO-GRO Like finding money-Big Savings in every department Man Is NamedTo


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N." '., 'fI t"M 1 i BEST YOU CAN BUY AT THIS PRICEGranfs.own Hospital Matron's Post AC

\ MAIDSTONE, AP
.. Y ? England ( )
) ...,;.J.1 Richard Hulbert has been Appointed .
assistant 'matron at
"AWNBOMOWERS oRTN' brand i Maldstone's Oakwood Hospital

Michael Curt ins is Oakwood'snew

JOYCE LANE CLASSIC night sister, as British hospitals
a 1Crwuaalcss w' call their head ward

t IN WASH-WEAR .1 nurses
t a' "I'm not really upset about being
Priced From 65% DACRON'- called matron, said Hulbert

:; "But I suppose I could be called
F 35% COTTON I something more suitable"

1 Gallon . . . 4.98 d "People find It.a bit hard to
explain that a man Is a sister,"
6995 Second Gallon . 1 1c said Arthur Akers general secretary .
of the Health Service

2 Gallons . . . 4.99 Only 16 Union, "but it really Isn't easy

to think of anything new."

Akers said most British hospitals
r: give their nurses badges
Caladium Bulbs . 9 I ; showing their rank"Weve .

Machine or hand washable now reached the
... brand stage," he said
Tumble or drip dry "where they

WILKINSON STAINLESS STEEL Little or no ironing need badges lOllY whetherthey're
75 men or women"
RAZOR BLADES Pack of 5 Convertible 2-way collar ? Especially In Oakwood It'i
COACHMAN SKIRTS Roll-up sleeves '"ate women's hospital a

Dacron polyester-cotton

White and new pastels News Of Record

Slzes8-16 For Ladies Washable, wash Misses'sizes 30 to 40

e SCVtrS, cmcuiT cases "
and wear Shrinkage controlled a stem eN
aaJ .Ana FUtrdo n: O n. ttlwdo.

Perspiration proof Colors blue, maize, SS&He Pollen., she, ,oa ....1.
no divers
green, and lilac. He n,S. 8ev.n., '"V "" three
Rnpl I"r.o :"Ir Abu' "t.. .14' ..
4' Card McGill ., UI& fodi.i eN .;;.r';
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Reg. 357 I. C. .ultroon .
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et u., 10"cI0l. m."....
399 Tint se a ls .nd lien Men or Jrn

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Now Is The Ideal Time To t' \ SEERSUCKERShirts lion. d.m..aOrd.ry 5M..Dm_

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Rid Your Lawn of Weeds p i 1'II'n' I / Blouses, w': ?' nV 1'! .Cow C ioa
AaU decor d.tOTVVrt
Jamaica Surfers Isl lone OMne. .... ". ".
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Jott, u lUrtot* vi. MI, ,,., *au Mar
Scott's Bonus is your answer! t !\ Sleeveless Tops bora. final daern erorw.. .
Gn Ruth Wad. At55
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1 Bog Covers 2500 Sq. Ft. GIRLS1 COLORFUL ( All in coordinates- Jo5a.m.I d,. = ..": fI I. A k:....
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FEEDS AS IT WEEDS J ; comfortable, cool, O n r LavMoron..""IIlar'. Cr-r. ,
FABRIC CASUAL OXFORDS 0 1':. a.mt.Mr. .lIail. teal rwem. "
100% woskable.XHAICI Loris taw 0.10,4 n. e W M .
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rubber sole and heeL BUck:, white canvas, pLaid ......_ L covey__
nadru-type or light blue denim. Sue 44 to 10. ye Thomas.. Dental McCall. aj. tH, ....
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Thursday, April t, 1M4 11 .as -
Key, Levy Donate I LAKELAND LEDGER sREPEAT



The 2 Important Books Fund Haven Elects United worm / Of A


HARfOW RE

: Stars To Trammell LibraryTwo New OfficersWINTER SellOut



important books have East if he looked at them with HAVEN The new.
:' been given to the Park Trim his own eyes instead of the eyes ly elected president of Lake Region TRUCKLOADGRASS
' Impel mell Public Library, one by of those who traveled those United Fund Is Albert Griffin -
Albert Key and the other by countries before him" recently elected first vice''
Irving Levy Librarian Walter T w a I n's The Celebrated president of the' Winter HavenChamber
By Carroll Righter Murphy announced today Jumping Frog of Calaveras of Commerce and executive i

The new acquisitions will Join County and Other Sketches' : vice president of the Exchange ,.
other materials now being made had been published In 1867, but National Bank. I
ready for the Local History and his first narrative was 'The Other United Fund officers
-. jmenta. Rare Book Room In the plan- Innocents Abroad "The Adven- are Jack Summers, vice president i-I
;RSDAY APRIL i, ISM There is no better ned new public library The tures of Tom Sawyer" did not and Mrs. Owen Bissett,
RAL'TENDENCES than this for such. day Local History and Rare Book appear until 1878, and another treasurer
: Room will house the Park boyhood favorite, "The Adven- ..
now find you are able tohe VIRGO (August 22 to Sep Trammell! papers, local history tures of Huckleberry Finn" was Don't Put Off
ways and means by tember 22) You must come to documents, rare materials, and not published until 1885. 'SOD
i your greatest vision and the realization that monies at significant Florida materials Doing Something
Twain Made
Trip
nation can be turned in- hand require careful and plan-
paths that lead straight ned handling. Look to trusted Albert Key, executive vice The background of "The Innocents About Your

(uch greater success, so experts for help in this. They Lakeland president of has Peoples Bank the of Abroad" Is Interesting. Hearing Loss !
(advisable that you com are the best qualified for presented Twain had gone with a party of
library a of "Historic To put off doing
the idealistic and the this copy tourists on a pleasure cruise to something .. ,.
cal In an intelligent bal- LIBRA (September 23 to Anecdotes and Secret Memoirsof the Mediterranean and the Holy about your hearing loss is a I SALEGenuine
the Legislative Union Be- serious mistake,
Delay can actually "
\If success is to be yours.S October 22) You have an opportunity tween Great Britain and Ire- land He had previously made. make your problem
i (March 21 to now to find out what arrangements to write newspaper
April 19) land, written by Sir Jonah worse. Here's the reason. r
,are able now to know ex- your true position is with others Barrington and published in letters of these travelsfor You hear because you "remem-
who can fit into key Many new conditionscome London, Sept, 1, 1809. Barring; [ the "Daily Alta California"of ber" how to hear, And if your I
ona in your life and how to light. Reach rapport ton was a noted Irish Judge and San Francisco, the New York"Tribune" hearing is falling and you neglect -
nake constructive plans with others at some pleasant I the author of several books "Herald." Twain and the used New portions York it, your memory of how to Bitter Blue St. Augustine SodIDEAL
oresighted. You can then spot hear begins to fade. '
SCORPIO Portraits Included of the letters in writing his
your best talents pay (October 23 to The longer you postpone correction -
ell. November 21) Any humdrum, The large volume has a gilded book"The Innocents Abroad" is of your hearing loss the I TO FILL IN HIGHEST QUALITY GRASS
URUS (April 20 to Mayou routine work should be completed top edge and marbled paper on longer it takes you to retrain AVAILABLE IN THE
subtitled "The New PilgrimsProgress" STATE
have been mulling promptly so that you the fly leaves and lining papers. your memory to interpret a'' THE BAD SPOTS IN
and has 234
certain in can attend to improvement of A number of engraved portraitsof quaint thousand everyday sounds
plans your illustrations. Twain based his you I YOUR LAWN NOW!
real estate. Confer with experts notable used know
for quite some time. personalities of the to instinctively. Thisis
9
them just a little more Be with those who can period are Included. There are descriptions of "Pilgrims" on not a matter of theory It's a
ght before getting into propel you forward.SAGITIARlUS also several facsimiles of Im- real persons. The voyage upon well-known medical fact con-''
on. Then full speed ahead. (November portant handwritten letters. the "Quaker City"that lasted five,firmed by Belton research Have the HEALTHIEST,

MINI (May 21 to June 22 to December 21) You havea The history of the period Twain months.wrote During about three lettersa time If you are having difficulty hear I MOST BEAUTIFUL
good feeling of things being ing, already know this. You
sheds some light on the au I you 1 0
Into whole
[Getting a
new
week. And when he returnedto
as they should be, so don't thor's subject. find yourself straining to understand LAWN IN YOURNEIGHBORHOOD. C
ne that Is both more effi- America, he was much in I
permit to ,
anyone swerve
you clearly-perhaps fighting
In 1799 called
an organization
and is
satisfying wise demand and
in your plans. Distinguish between the United Irishmen who had by newspapers the urge to cup your ear. If thisis I Ii. .
p. Have' a good talk with
being frank and overly been formed to seek a complete magazines. true, don't go on "wishful, PER
I
elates If there is greater critical. Be kindCAPRICORN Lawrence Clark Powell, dean thinking It can't help it
Ireland from
rstanding, all goes more separation of of the Graduate School of LIbrary -
(December 22 England were put down by the can only make matters worse.)I NO DELIVERIES-
othly to January 20) You must Service at the Universityof Instead, accept my sincere invitation SQUARE
British. In of the defeat
spite '
ON CHILDREN (June California, Los Angeles, has WE LOAD IT IN
change your pugnacious attitude the insurrection brought shout! to come in and have your
July 21) A greater rap- to one of friendliness commented about this jovial hearing loss checked simply I YOUR CAR OR
the legislative union of Great TRUCK.
FOOT
chement with close ties book of travel that "nothing has
and others will gravitate toward and conveniently with Bel-
Britain and Ireland under the /
accessary since you need you easily. Use strengthin name of the "United Kingdom changed, except the prices tone's precision electronic equipment
stance as you enter intoe constructive channels Get on the first day of 1801 and find out what can be
NICE LONG TALK
prosperous avenues See ahead fasterAQUARIUS. done for you to help you hear)
The Act of Union providedfor .
statements are correct TAIPEI Formosa (AP)-For ATTRACTIVE PLASTIC VASE
(January 21 to one parliament with Irish clearly again My facilities and ,
Vice President Richard M
for progress. February 19) Prove to yourself representation. The churchen of mer services are yours, without obligation ,
Nixon had a long talk with and backed all the 7'/j" High, 34" Diameter Choice of Nine Colon
EO (July 22 to August 21) and others that you can the two countries were also by -
husiasticaliy get into activ- get much done through your united into one Protestant Episcopal President Chiang Kalshek of experience, research and trainIng -: 50c Value
Nationalist China
i with others and show you own efforts and natural talent Church. However, not until yesterday of the famed Beltone Elec
WITH
THIS AD
I a good sport You need toax Forget about telling others 1921 did Ireland gain domin- ironies Corporation. Why not '
at some favorite amuse what to do. Your own affairs ion status as the Irish Free come in, or call soon ''I Aid
RAY BERWALD C \
need improvement. State Northern Ireland retainedits ,
PISCES (February 29 to own parliament as well as 11m Beltone Hearing Service
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oan College, Daytona IF YOUR CHILD IS BORN has presented the library
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Bartow High School Students Take Says Kynes


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Over Government For
County DayBARTOW I (AP) State Rep.
f Earl Faircloth has called for an
end to what ha says Is the
High school stu commissioner, district two, Pat solicitor; Alan Reeder, sheriff; John Laurent, circuit court is, '' surrounding the use of
dents took over the county's Hawkins, county commissioner. Jessee Boyles, state attorney; judge; David Hickey, criminal Kr secrecy state planes
government yesterday. district 3; Betty Myers, county I Fran Griffin, supervisor of court judge; Sheron Jenkins, He also renewed his charge
commissioner, district four; registration; Jane Bohde, clerkof county court judge and Pam Gen. James
that Kynes
The Airy
the annual
occasion was
Buzzy Etheredge, county com the criminal court; Alice Ab- Wienkauf. juvenile court judge.
for
Bartow High I School Youth has used planes apparent
missioner, district five bitt, clerk of the circuit court; Serving as appointed county "
Government Day sponsored by, "politicking
officials were Nina Braswell,
the Btrtow High School vocational Edith Wright school board demonstration The charge followed a report
home agent
district one: Tommy Williams the state auditor
guidance department Blind Woman Wednesday by
I Mike Blanc, county engineer:
school board, district two Don
board of county commissionersand ; that said the cost of operatingthe
Alexander, school board, dis Mary Pueschell county attorney -
school board Takes Oath : J. W. Langdale, civil defense state cabinet plane could not
trill three: Robert Brown,
Each student accompaniedhis I be determined because of scattered
director Connie Williams,
school board :
district four
;
counterpart as duties of run Of I director of hospital and welfare records.
Cindy Jones, school board district CitizenshipSALT I
the
county were perform.ed.
ning. five; Paul Mulmax, Vicky department; Randy Wilson List To Bryant
Peeples and Pat Jerris, all LAKE CITY. Utah (AP) business manager; Suzie Swof- Faircloth, candidate for attorney .
Officials Named school trustees Mrs Aslaug Valeland, SO, ford convict warden general, cited seven Instances -
Chris Crawford, arthropod
Replacing the county's elect- Carolyn. Wilson, school superintendent neither heard nor saw the ceremony -control director: Barbara Con- during I February in
ed officials were Patsy Walker ; Tom Musson, tax 1 that made her an American Diane which he said Kynes used the
nally purchasing agent
county commissioner, districtone collector, Sandra Dease, tax' citizen.But direc- cabinet aircraft for "politic.
White, data processing
Bettie Ann Huff, county'assessor; Mary Yearta. county I Mrs. Vaieland. who Is tor: Elsa Frazier, welfare de- king" Faircloth said he had

deaf and blind, wanted no special partment director; Gail Fulton, sent the list to Gov. Farris
favors Mrs. Valeland cameto school board attorney, Junior THIS 1 IS THI WAY Wf DO IT Tw. itudoiita .t Bortow Hash. ScKool, Pot H.wkl.i, ...t.eI Bryant.
the United States five years Rhoden finance and budget di- lift, and Junior RhoJ.n, Mittd light, rocolvo Imrructioni from tho mm they ,.,locH duds yot- When Faircloth first made the
RELIGIOUS DEBATETONIGHT ago from Norway. rector; Gerald Clayton, agricul- terd.,'. .",,".1 Youth Government 00,. Civlnf Hto Instruction. or. County Commimonor L. W. charge, Bryant asked for speci
When Federal Judge A. Sherman tural agent; and Sharon Couey, ILea) DII...*, who ... ripl.c.4 by Milo Howkini, ..d Loo G,......., tho county' flmnco 41- fics. At that time, Kynes said
Christensen offered to health department director ( Phot by Stuort) that Faircloth's complaint was
waive the repetition of the oathof "absurd, irrespons 1 b I 11 and
citizenship Wednesday, Mrs. MAUGHAM ON TRIP s-"iki; I childish He said he had not
Vaieland tearfully told him she NICE, France (AP)-Somerset Belgian Doctors flown In a state plane in "overa
wanted to participate in the i Maugham left his home atCap month"Fsircloth
ceremony I: Ferrat In France Tuesday told a luncheon
7:45 P.M. As the judge read the oath, a I roe an automobile trip to Ven- meeting Wednesday that *
friend Interpreted it by tappingin ce The 90-year-old British author Seem To Be Losing SupportBRUSSELS I"cloak of secrecy" seems to
sign language on Mrs. Vale. 1 will spend a month in the, have been dropped over the use

Mayhall AuditoriumMr. land s hand. I I Italian city, _.__ (AP- Belgium's the socialized medical law, leave them permanently embittered of state'extremely planes. He said records"
sparse
12,000 striking doctors and dentists .[which would set a scale of fees I were
:ttr,$', OJAM'ES found themselves Increasingly -for treatment of persons covered ., Government sources said the
Ward HoglandChurch ax Isolated today with the by the state health insur, Cabinet was bound to stand fast
,
't. government claiming the walk,nee system and open doctors because it would risk a general TodayIn
of Christ fY.ut : out will fail regardless of how treatment records on such patients .. strike if it surrendered to the
long It lasts. to government Inspection doctors.
Mr. Albert Garner "ltODSN Some strikers, particularly : Each side waited for the other . One government spokesmansaid 1

Missionary Baptist Church general practitioners in rural to make the first move to re, : I
: rG!':: ,.. ty: Flemish areas, resumed house open negotiations "The government waits now History
calls and seeing patients in their Premier Theo Lefevre's Catholic . for the doctors to come around r
PUBLIC INVITEDAdmission tAt ,A$$ $S,08: offices -Sociallat coalition govern. to a more realistic view of the 1
By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS
; Strike leaders in Brussels de- ment was so confident of even, situation The era of social pa- I
clared, however, that the doctors tual victory that it began look ternalism Is over I Today is Thursday, April 9, )
.
Free No Collections kf1' eJf"d:: 'Su sttUf.'i i.'f pe.I !ltj.'N' would fight on to prevent Ing for some to save the "Doctors by and large are the 100th day of 1964. There are ;'
way
i .... ........ '266 days left in the .
,
_
I I "" ) implementation of changes in faces of the doctors and not fine citizens, but they want to yearToday's I
decide themselves who has aright highlight in history:
to free or inexpensive medical On this date in 1865. Gen.
Robert E Lee surrendered at
care
"We do not agree Everyonein Appomattox Va., ending organized
DIAMOND MERCHANTS OF AMERICA resistance in the Civil It
this day Bind age is entitledto
;: ,War. I,
medical care as right and
1 * ',n
'GORDON"S not as a charity I
Some striking physicianshave I On this date _7i
12" OVAL taken up temporary residence i In 1691, the French explorer *
1 in France, West Germany La Salle reached the Gulf of fl,
Luxembourg and the Netherlands Mexico after descending the c'
length of the Mississippi. In
REMARKABLE SAVINGS A few have threatened to stay I In 1940, the Germans invaded It
away if the controversial act 1s Norway and Denmark. rl
>' \ not watered down or scrapped, In 1941 the Nazi captured ti
M I R R MIn
i 0 R 5 The strike is In its ninth day. Salonika. Greece.
'i 1942, American and Filljino \-

!l! PRACTICAL GIFTS for the HOME! Thieves Show 'aan: forces surrendered at Ba- a h,,

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In 1943 Canadian e,
.. .1MR. .a,+a..W..rs ,r aw. .w u 4' .. troops cutoff
all land escape routes for II.
Foresight! Take Nazi armies trapped in the 9
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MIAMI (AP) Some thieves reported- opening her doors a
99c with foresight sailed away witha slightly to increase trade with t.
I' $15,000 double-decked fishing the Soviet Union. I
fREE boat docked at a downtown Mi- Five years ago The space r'
ami pier, agency announced the ..electionI
: 10pesetaf .ie' .t Assorted Before putting out to sea, the of seven military test pilots I.
g extra piltlat |f| culprits stole two cases of beer from a list of 110 candidates to t,
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\Candidate Thursday, April I, 1M4 13

John Mathews Californians M ova To Winter HavenWINTER = LAKELAND-- LEDGER,-


Wife /Is Pretty BrownetteBy HAVEN-California Mrs. N. E Miller Jr. and Miss Maggl Struve of Ar Mrs. Jack Carter has enjoy. NEVER?

residents moving to Winter. her sister, Mrs. Lewis P. Kin cadia accompanied Miss Judy ed a visit with her sister,

NANCY BROWER Haven are Mr. and Mrs. Harold sey have been entertainingtheir Lang to Winter Haven for a Mrs. Frank Bell and daughterAnn Never tried

Women's Stan Writer / spry", ,4 *'*'*,'. lG,6 .. Green and the latter'a brother-in-law and sister spring visit! with Judy's parents of Atlanta. CO INGPERATEDDRYCLEANlNG1
\he conversational under. i 'j mother The retired couple Mr and Mrs. Ralph Ba,. Mr. and Mrs. W A. Mr. and Mrs. A T. Ander.

[rent at political gatheringsere originally lived in Hercules ley of Minneapolis. Also visiting Lang. The girls are roommates son's daughter. Marilyn Is
the wife of gubernaal -/ Calif. Mr and Mrs. Miller were at Wesleyan College in home for spring vacation from We.war..t.* that
candidate John Mathews Mrs. Hannah Scott Mr. and their and Macon, Ga.Harvard .
son daughter, Mr Duke University In Durham
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guest
Mrs. Otis Scott and ion Terry and Mrs Chinning Delaplanefrom Woodham la en INIOIRIGIEICRYCLBANING
\ looks.about Mrs. Mathew'sd w all from Sevlerville, Tenn.; Fort Pierce and Mrs. route to his'home In Zurich, NCDr, and Mrs Irvin W Wan
Mr and Mrs. Bruce Whaloy Mary Hanson McCubbin and Switzerland following a visit der have had as houseguests
| She. looks Jurt like a moviewas tot y from Catllnburg, Tenn., Mrs. daughter Margaret from Eau with his mother Mrs. C. A their son, David, and Miss will satisfy y.al
t the piusse heard s Joe Fardello and sons, Joe Gillie, Mr. and Mrs. Elliott Dee Anna Noblitt from Baton every. way t
Luently when tanned, Ptk and Frank from Coloma, Roosevelt and children. Ford Woodham.Son Is Cues Rouge, La. Both are studentsat
1,wnette Gwen Mathews vis- Mich have returned to their David and Gretchen of Mi Mr and Mrs James S, Louisiana State University You should try It today
|j Lakeland briefly yester- respective homes after a visit ami were guests at Mrs. Kin- Nelson are enjoying a visit "Commerce" a slightly ab sowni Everything from your finest ***
J when her husband ad. at the Winter Haven residence cert be ill and t to a shy,
sey's home. Mr. Roosevelt is from their son,' Larry Nelson stract waterfront scene by fails.
,
used the Sertoma Club's of Mr. and Mrs. J, lately quickly and
S.
Huntley. a son of the late Franklin D. of New York City. Julian S. Peterman of Winter expensively in our NORGE
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| cheon meeting Mr and Mrs ,John Knapp Roosevelt. Mrs. E, R. McKinney Is inBarnsvllle Haven, has received an equipment. Your clothes ere
:he slim, young looking and five children from Miami Former Ga. never mined with anyone elte'a.
Pittsburgh r e .1 i due to the honorable mention In the 12th NORGE drycleenlng, is ,
|,her( of four has been on visited Mrs. Knapp' parents, dents Mr. and Mrs. H. P. death of her son She was ac annual Festival of States Art there never completelyedorlm any
campaign trail without one Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Joiner Meredith and family have companied by her daughters Competition sponsored by the shrinkage, and most clothes
off since Oct. 1 and shes and other relatives In Winter I come out without a hint of.
moved to Winter Haven and Mrs. Ernest Aulls of Clermont Society of Fine Arts at the wrinkle. Com In end let ut
she Is thriving on the Rea Haven. Mr Knapp is a seniorIn are residing in the southeast and Mrs. Brian Anderson of Beaux Art Gallery in Pinches prove to you that NORGEequipment
[orous schedule. "T her eve medical school in Miami. section of town. Eustls. Park. five you the world**
been coffeesd forest drycleanlni results.s .
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(it I have gained five % 71v afa m naa curse_-.T
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the candidate's wife a FABRICS 50< OFF Mrcujumc
rmer fashion model still
remodel's -
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I Reporter For BreakfastSince
the beginning of the I d. This Week's Special i Sweet Sixteen

1 mpaign more than seven 'Plastics NORGE LAUNDRY &
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f onths ago the Mathews have CLEANING VILLAGE
md reporters and supportI 54" wide. Ass,. Colo,. I ,747 Gory Rd.
I for breakfast every day" U. S. 92 tett
I ie menu has been the gamer 59' Yard Ph. MU 2.9031
1 most lunches and dinners, T- I LekelenJ" fl..
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.>reAt political gatherings, the GWEN MATHEWS takes time out from busy campaign I .

taestion women most often schedule to read news story in The Ledger about her husband, RALPH'S ,
ut to Mrs. Mathews is: John Mathews of Jacksonville candidate for governor. (Ledger Free BRYANT'SRED
I Aren't you tired?" To this photo by Harper) "
l he always answers with a 1 I -
|mile, "Not a bit." And she together and Mrs. Mathews is & WHITE MARKET '1eNp : _'
I leans it. "When you put said to be an accomplished FOR RENT , RED & WHITE MARKETPROVIDENCE
[our whole heart and soul In.u fisherwoman She even puts I ., )
something you enjoy itiwsn't WEST MEMORIAL BLVD.
make you tired" she the worms on the hook her. NEW SPINET PIANOS

| easoned. self.When Mrs Mathews attended Across From Kathleen Hi J" HIGHWAY 98
On The Move
the Sertoma Club luncheon M
One busy day this week, the LAKELAND
she was wearing a dress of AD GOOD THRU SATURDAY
andidate and his wife
rose her favorite color a simple Quantity Rights ReservedBE
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efore dawn at their home in
turquoise blue shantung sheath
Jacksonville packed and were with white and gold jewelry. THRIFTY-SHOP RED & WHITE
St. In
In Augustine time for a
Her hair was in a smooth, ,
I? o'clock breakfast meeting.
seml-bouffant pageboy. She sff
I With a in between '
many stop >YOU
Jfor a bit of campaigning the t was wearing Ondine perfume. ,. save; save GOLD BOND stamps
I couple had luncheon that day
in Pslatka and dinner In Winter .I I
EXPERIENCECounts
Haven. This type of progressive
eating li typical of GRADE "A" Anthony Farm
the campaign schedule Mrs. . .
| Mathews said l Selected
The Mathews' four children !
| are in the care of a live-in
housekeeper while their par. I i i Grain Fed
1 ents are out of town. They
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are Joe 13; Kim, 12; Barbara vI 1:
9; and John 7. I r I
The family home In Jack-
I sonvilla has been newly redecorated I i
by Mrs. Mathews in I i
a style she describes as "con. I

temporary conglomeration. I I I MEDIUM
Friends say her talent as a
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flower arranger particularly I I
working with dried and style payments apply to DOZEN ,
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I purchase price. Cartage
| her home. chare eirra. This otter Is I Polk County.
She's Good Cook II limited to families wishing I
Asked if she was a good I to toil their children's. musical Finest (19'
I cook. Mrs. Mathews flashed a I ability.
I smile and replied emphatiIcally Elect
"Yes darn it, I am. I1'tally CANNONMUSIC First CutsPork
like to cook and I think
I1 I do pretty well at it. John i
BEN HILLGRIFFIN CO.
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Fish and game cookery Is florid. 'u'

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U UKELAND LEDGER, Thursday, AprR ', Isa4 Mr. Yancey'
Toss A Pretty HatBy Into Your SuitcaseNEW

To Be Guest
I Let's Go To Meeting This Week
JEAN SPRAIN WILSONAP YORK (ft Ladies are tossing their hats
Fashion Writer Into the political ring this year. They are jamming At A CoffeeQuillian
TODAY CITRUS CIMTIH KIWANIt I ISm .".In... Nation and ...101 hour folA them Into suitcases and heading. for the hustings.
LA"ILAND..11.1MIN ART Corn.b.GUILD N.n.on..palm.no Irom.J P,IWPiKIHL.at Hold tkRe.. .LODOC 141FAAM 10.NCWCOMIPS. 1 'M ii This I.- rea-t-i women and S. Yancey, candidate
... ore
' 30 "". .ludlo. I p m at .II.n Rile Tun-. woman'. Club tonal.nis. possibly politics! But It ls time she flashes a victorious
: : office of
. J'L'NA1..r PKOTICTIVC rtiular eonununlration$ : . for the Polk
0"01" 0' IL" LOOOI aDa. t.J.Apprentice damn will ho : SALE, 1popaor.d by hard on hats. That Is,. it 1s smile for the clamoring\ press. County state senator, will be
m.tll0A .1 1 D m, ai Etta Lode001 ftrrfdVITIHANS Of WOULD WAN I, T.mpl.. III.u 131 N, a.n1000? ordinarily. On the way to victory she
F Mw.tpwa4. honored at a coffee-reception
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USANCB Purse E: eons Bar-
mood accord-
racki' 4JJ and p mat SATURDAY This year the millinery In- can change her tomorrow morning at 10:30:
Matnolla Bulldtnl, .rb.lJ CenterFormal : of Ing to her conscience, being
is
dustry right on top
prearntallon of new conitl.tutlon LAKILANP ART SUILD. primaryand o'clock In the community room
and dar tumor art IB Mll I .ac.r headsof either as beguiling and feminine
Religious Groups'PMAVI pr-lawi Tat commute things, particularly the
will ,...rL colon I and alb i.'i JO am Mn.SrnlICoatrCMrs. breakfastor of the Polk Federal buildingat
.4 Tom Wll- barnstorming distaffers, as a bride at
roil TOIl O V-For > LOYAL OKOIII rmoAV Of MOOSE:. pmit Adutta Mus palnllnf Cornelia aloes, with tossable, packable, vote- as candid and erudite as Southgate.
helpful prayer, ft moment. of rntdlutlon Moon. Lodat, East: Lak Parker from Menfes: 1 Instructor::"all at Lodwlck'THIOIOPMICAL electronic brain, but a Hostesses are Mrs. Charles
an
and vorshlp HIT hour oi tin Jrl. garnering chapeaux.
Mrs. El-
KIWANIf CLUI U.II at Dockery and Phillip
Pm
day or alibi Dtaiau4141Mnrtuarr M' socirrv. 7)0 Or is it the other way whole lot more elegant.
:IAMIlANOaAITiGUILD.: \,:: oil paint- p m. at aU1 Wober SL Thoic Ind'.r lot Actually, these hats win anywoman' rod.
around? Being a practical ,
TODAVwnTMI"'TIIt Inc CISM' :n"w'1{;,,,WinifredBolholmrr Instructors .lercsted.. ,tram attend,. nMUni and have we women been waitingall vote. They are Justas All supporters of Mr. Yan-
paintini and drawina also for MUMMAOI .AL.. iponsor.4 by wearable cey are invited.
PNIIYttNIAN. beilnnini artrcni-nl .hd..Io. 0 a m. First Christian Chureh circl 4. on \ this time for the kind of packable and to
rhotr r.hnr.d l 1 30 pm. ANNII DA**>ACOTT CHAPTI. North Florid. Atoau. the to
CHRIST LUTHitAN. adult Inter- UNITID DAUOHTIR Of CONflB.IMACV hats that could take such a nonpartisan on way
minion .Itctun ..rl.. at '.JO am. at i a m at home of Mn oL. punishment before carelessly Iran or Pakistan. They are
Dicker Lukeland HlihltndcCLIVILANO LakelandersAre
VFAITH LUTHISAN. en"oh counonm..llnl HIIOHTa HOMIDCMONtTMATION Welcome flinging them into that brutal Just as flattering to a lower
Wagon
.1 7 JO "m..ATUIIDAY CLUI
1 30 P mat
homo of Mrs P, A, Black, 1J0Lao. arena? case social party girl as to a
PAITN.POOL. CNSISTIAN pra.rtroop. COUNTRY. P.rkrr CLUS Luis MTATI ASSOCIATION Benefit Bridge Whichever way It Is-hats, Republican or Democratic DepartmentDUV
first r* limo.. Part. 'JO p m .. rh.h1o", Dn Oolf 71.5 Officers
1 i Tomorrow NightA except perhaps a few men, is In fact any woman Is sure
ready for females to take to to campaign for more of these

II I benefit bridge is plannedby the stump chapeaux that unselfishly con TAMPA The following
I Club Take Several sume no baggage room, yet Lakelanders were installed as
Welcome Wagon
the
7' tomorrow at 8 p.m. at Morrlsan'a Thus the pretty partisan is bounce dutifully Into shapethe officers of the 40th-annual de-
now able to cram into a small moment they are needed. partment convention of the

According banquet to room.Mrs. T W .- -- ._. bag, not only one or two, buta Their platform is that they Daughters of Union Veteransof
-
Wiggins, general chairman of huge hat wardrobe to see do away with hat boxes, and the Civil War. 1861-65. Inc,
her through smoke-filled cau- are the salvation of any wom- yesterday at the Tampa Terrace
the event, proceeds will be donated TEN HATS IN A SUITCASE. Yes, and nightgowns, knit
cuses, coffee klatsches, SI00-a- an on the go. Hotel:
to local charities dresses and other niceties too can be packed in a bag with plate dinners and convention And what woman isn't on Mrs. Ions Bennett, senior
be
Tickets telephoning may 682-6824 purchasedby or may this summer's travel.proof, toss-proof hats. chaos all\ the way up to the the go, whatever her politics? vice president; Mrs. Harriet

be bought at the door tomor E. Schweitzer, Junior vice
president; Mrs Hazel Covell
row night.
Straps registrar; Mrs. Blanche Toute,
patriotic instructor; and Mrs.
Little Theater Maybelle Fleer, guide. Mrs.
Flattering Schweitzer also was elected
COVER GIRL Names Board secretary and treasurer of the
Granddaughters and Great-
strops are made to Of Directors I Granddaughters BreakfastClub
live in the 1 .

limelight this A\ At its annual meeting of the 9 'I d Mrs Isabelle Smith of Iowa,
Spring and Summer. general membership, Lakeland national president, was Instal.
Made to reveal Little Theater accepted the en- ling officer Mrs. Belva Huntof
tire slate of board membersas Orlando Is the new depart-
the pretty young submitted by the nominatIng ment president.
foot and wear committee: Flags were presented to the
comfortably too The 1964-65 board of directors hotel by the retiring department
Is as follows: Mrs. Robert president Mrs. Edna
Akey, Mrs Jere W, Annis, Lebbon of Tampa. Mrs. Smith
White or Bone Potent Mrs. True M Burr, Jack Dillon dedicated a memorial altar
I r Selig Estroff, Frank Farl- cloth at the memorial servicein
Six* .n 4 to 10 day, Bill\ Gibson, Paul Gil- memory of Mrs Helen Wagner
AAA to B / more, Miss Hazel Haley, Rich- of Lakeland, who was a
$399 ard P. Jones Jr, Dr. Juliana I I past department president

/ Jordan, Mrs. Edwin Long,
/ Clyde A Martin Jr., Vernon
Orren Miss Pat Robinson, WILL YOU VOTE FOR THESE HATS? From left Is a reversible shape once released from any cramped space; and a dressy, Rainbow Girls
Mrs R. A Satterfield, Mrs, stitched beige leather baret that can be stashed In a reversible orange cotton velveteen hat In a cone shape with a
Tony Sciortmo, Mrs Jack change purse; an oversized silk dot halo baret that folds as pink lining. Ballot TonightLakeland
Slayton and Mrs. Bill\ Sutton. a pancake; a supple straw cloche stitched to snap back into
Named to the boards advisory > Assembly No 28,
Charge 'Em committee were Homer Order of the Rainbow for

FNB Hooks, D B. Kibler III and tBi1dItL News From DavenportDAVENPORT Girls, will have balloting to-
James Sikes. night ,at 7:30: o'clock at the
PBM The board members will Masonic Temple. Miss Lee

meet and elect a presidentfrom LAKELAND GENERAL Spe Sarah J. Conroy, Helen Jean house guests last week of Mrs. Thornton, worthy advisor, will
Fri. the directors. HOSPITAL preside.
Open Evening among cialist Four James B. Rut- Townsend and Mildred V Herron's sister and brother-In-
: Mr and Mrs. Aaron Hall- Reports will be made by
LAMB CHOPS VARIETIESCan man, Kathleen, daughter, April ledge, son of Mr and Mrs Townsend were on the Dean's law, Mr. and Mrs Perry Pen- Miss Donna Wygant past

Corso Bootery 1 you recognize the most 7. James E. Rutledge, Route 1, List for Trimester I as an- dergrass weeks' activities; Miss Gail
common lamb chops found in Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Lanler, Davenport, and other members nounced by Florida State University Hospitalized Laver, Auburndale slumber
4 your meat dealer's display case? 101 W. Fifth St. son, April 7. of the 8th Infantry Divi Tallahassee. party; Miss Linda Glass, ticket .
formerly The Shoe Box They Include rib chops, loin sion's 12th Engineer Battalion Pfc. and Mrs. Peter Rust Mrs. Ella May Coover, resident sales for the chicken and
I I chops sirloin Chops, and arm The scallop has a shell like an participated In Exercise RIV- and baby son, John, spent last of Bishop Gray Inn., Is a yellow rice dinner; Miss Shire
124 E, Main Downtown Lokelond and blade chops from the shoul-1,oyster and has as many as 120 EX 64, a field training exercise weekend here with their parents medical patient in the Winter ley Snapp, family night supper
der. !bright-blue eyes.WOOLWORTH'S. I near Dexhelm, Germany Mr. and Mrs. Gordon M. Haven Hospital. > given by the advisory board;
I I Specialist Rutledge Is a combat Rust and Mr: and Mrs Grady Mrs. Russell Davis and Mrs. Miss Mara Spencer, obligatory -
engineer in the Battalion's Rewls Pfc. Rust Is' In the Winnie Phillips of Lakeland Sunday; Miss Rhonda
Company A near Dexheim. U.S. Marines and stationed in were recent guests of Mrs Anna Reid, visit to Evergeen As
The year-old soldier enteredthe Georgia. Trammell! and Mrs. Louise sembly's friend's night; and

Army In February, 1962, Five girls from the Happy Hines at Bishop Gray Inn. Miss Esther Garland, dress
( Miss Julie Green of and material for
and has been overseas since Go-Getters 4H Club received Ann patterns
December 1962 ribbons at the Youth Fair in Sarasota spent the weekend Grand Assembly
Miss Anna Walker 'flew to Bartow. They were Helen here with her mother, Mrs. All Masons and members of

Memphis, Tenn, Friday where Stewart, Diane I Strickland, Grace Green. Miss Green Is the Order of the Eastern Star
she was met by relatives and Debbie AdaIr Barbara Cox with the school system in Sara are invited to attend the meetIng -
and O'Neal. Mrs. Wai- sota. She spent part of her .
motored to her home In Boonsville. Joyce
'50 FOOT GARDEN HOSEOnly Miss Miss Walker spent ter Masters Is leader of the holidays with friends In West Mrs. Ellyn Rowley, past
BEDAplLL the last three months here club. Palm Beach. mother advisor, will fill this
W n with her niece, Mrs Grace Mr and Mrs. Robert C Her- Mr. and Mrs Wilbur K. post In the absence of Mrs.
Green ron of Columbus, Miss, wereGirls' Reed of Lake St. Charles had Paul Jett present mother advisor
99
as week-end guests Miss Virginia who is in Jacksonville
83 y Davis, Tampa, and Miss attending the meeting of
1I
Super Flexible Margaret Anderson. of Gastonia Grand Chapter Order of the

e Will Not Mildew : N.C. Eastern StarSpeaking _
e Full Flow Couplings Reg. 1.00-Save 17c $ wfJl1i.nvL- The spring revival at the .

First Baptist Church here will\ ,i of Beauty
continue through Sunday. The '

SLIGHTLY IRREGULAR SOLID COLOR 4x6 FT.RUGS. Jkuj1inuLClJuj1imjL Rev. Steve Simmons, pastorof If you haven't by Philip seen the "Susan
the Bethany Baptist Church,
Pleshette look" you can't possibly
MATERIAL Plant City, is the evangelist. I, know what is fast becoming
The Rev. Dean Peterson Is the the spring

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3 Yards 1 00 # Reg. 297 ware rage in hairstyles
3.98 1.01 This Us-
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Values To 79c Yard, Foam Rubber Back, 4 very tight set on
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Sleeveless The fourth meeting of the "h"O! ')| Is sweeping the

FIRST QUALITY Plastic Covered Cushion Dresses .1' :: ; I Parent Combee Teacher Elementary Associationwill School I 7/3. Il I I country Frenchy and

be held tonight at 7:45: PHILIP continental, this
SEAMLESS Don't miss our o'clock at the school cafe- creation de-
torium. Tom Sheridan will i mands the proper cut-no longer
NYLON HOSE collection of the present a program on "The i one length. It is being featured
Save +*, Reg. J' cutest, coolest, Gray Ladies." A training proI I In Vogue and other msga-
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44 \ 1 dresses you've Interested. i ions.
The nominating committee Coiffures By Philip, 225 S,
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Sites 8V4 To 11 Boll Gomes, Picnics, Etc. selectionof cers. Mrs Alberta Townsend < for this hair style. Are
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I 04 on Members of the hospitality Goodnight. Mrs Vernon
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Two Hour Film Alumnae Thursday, April I. ISM IS
News About Folk Groups LAKELAND LEDGER.

t 'Round About Polk To Be FeaturedAt Elect Officers NO COVER NEEDEDA


Alturas Jones was called to Atlanta daughter of Mr. and Mrs. week stay In New York visit. AssemblyTAMPA WINTER HAVEN Mrs.Ivan I tender roast should never
e Lake HamiltonLAKE
on business and left his famIly ing and W. Cessler has been be covered while cooking. When
family friends.
O. G. Davis, Is reported im
ALTURAS James Sherer here to continue their visit. Byron Hunt the week. George Ryan elected president for the ensuing covered it becomes a pot-roast.
spent
.
son of Mr and Mrs. Clyde The senior Jones accompanied proving from Injuries sustained HAMILTON The end in Lakeland at the homeof minister of the Lakeland con. year of Winter Haven
elk bherer, Is In Jacksonville for tnelr I daughter-in-law and In an automobile accident Lake Hamilton Woman's Club Mr. and Mrs. J. V. Hunt. gregation of Jehovah's Witnesses Chi Omega Alumnae Associa aooooo0000OOO
will bake sale
hold tomor
beon the next six weeks where he grandchildren to Atlanta the recently. She Is recuperating a Mr. tion. Other new officers serving
and Mrs. Richard has announced that a
In front of the Lake
latter row
will attend the General Motors part of last week to Join with Mrs. Gessler Include
at her home 3620 Archer Barnes and
30ng the Junior Jones Hamilton Post Office, begin. daughters, Kathy free two hour color film Mrs. John pictureframing
training school. for the re and from Gray, vice president
turn trip to Road, Gainesville. ning at 7:30: a.m. Proceedswin Cynthia, Bloomington "Proclaiming 'Ever lasting Mrs. .
Mr. and Mrs. David Croon. Washington. to the Cancer Fund. Ind, are visiting in Lake ; Bob Klngham secretary
quist of St. Paul Minn., and Mrs Albrltton Visits Hoctesse The go Woman's Club held Its Hamilton at the home of Mr. Good News' Around the ; Mrs. Lynn Wood,

their son, Daniel John Croon. Mrs. Isaac Hostesses for the April annual luncheon and Installation and Mrs. Dale Hasklns. World," will be featured at treasurer; and Mrs. William
Albritton
visited Cottrell
quist of Melrose, Wise., and her son and daughter-in.law. meeting of the Alturas Wom of officers at the local Attends Convention the assembly this weekend at Curtis, rush and chairmen.Mrs. Charles MATS

Robert Croonquist of Atlanta, Mr. and Mrs. Nicholas Al an's Club were, Mrs B. B. clubhouse with 23 In attend Ralph W. Rogers Sr. at. Chamberlain High School Au
New
are all en route home after officers also have been
britton tended the National Convention
In In Duette recently. Register Mrs. Jesse L. Bak ance. ditorium. NONGLAREPORTRAIT
spending a few days with Mrs. elected by members of Delta
Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. C. E. Davis was In of Federal and State Inspectors
Wardell Car. and The film, to be shown Sat. Gamma
Blanche Croonquist. er Mrs. Ralph W. French. Alumnae AssociationIn
michael have returned home charge of the installation Association at the GLASS
Melanie Carter daughter of after spending two weeks with Mr. and Mrs. Harry Rife service. The following officer! Cherry Plaza Hotel In Or urday at 7 p.m., was producedby Winter Haven. Elected to
Mr and Mrs. Charles Carterof his brother and sister-in-law were the recent dinner guests were Installed for two year lando.C. the Watch Tower Society serve are Mrs. Roy Lucas,

Daytona spent a few days Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Carmichael ., of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph W. terms: Mrs. Glenn Osborn, E. Rubush If a patient at part of the around.the- president; Mrs. Jesse Jones,
It1g with her grandparents, Mr. In Tullahoma, Tenn. French.C. president; Mrs. James Fair in the Winter Haven Hospital.Mr. world series of assemblies vice president and recommendations Ashe Photo
and Mrs. Joe Underwood, re- Mrs. child and Mrs. Henry Conard, and Mrs. Terry Russ chairman; and
Roy Perdue was guestof W. Duckworth is held from June 30 to 8
cently.Mr. report. Sept Mrs. Walter Zartman. secretary Service
of C.
honor at a surprise birth. vice presidents; Mrs. John Beaufort. S. visited in
and Mrs. George Moses day dinner at the home ed Improving at home after Martin, recording secretary; Lake Hamilton and Haines 1963. Over 580,000 persons and treasurer. The national -
visited her brother and sis and daughter-in-law.of Mr.heron spending several days In Tam. Mrs. Laurance May, corresponding City last weekend. from itt lands attended the convention of Delta 1049 South Florida
ter-in-law Mr. and Mrs. David pa General Hospital. Donald Gamma will be held June 25
and Mrs.
and Mrs. J. secretary 24 conventions In principal 688.1321
W. Perdue, In Duckworth of Crooked
1I1st Wright. They have returned Lake Fred to July 1 at the Doral Hotel,
Wauchula. Tebben treasurer. cities of U.S.A., Europe
Other the
e guests were Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Duck. Pilot Miami Beach.
Chairmgn
home to Suncook N.
H.
Mr. Perdue, Mr. and Mrs. worth of Brandon and their The club will l recess until Asia, Australia and the Pacific - OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOv---
Mr. and Mrs. Paul H. Jones October with the exception ofa
Bob Fulton and Mrs. Joel C. Meet Announced Islands.
1! daughters, and Mr. and Mrs.
of Washington, D C.
and Garrard meeting and a luncheon "We I
of Bartow, Mr. and Frank Arnold and their son Mr. Ryan said expectto
their sons, Roger. Jeffery and Mrs. Tom Grear, Mr and visited at the Duckworth home June 10, when the club will Mrs. Virginia Point, first show the film to people all
Alan, arrived for a visit with Mrs. Marvin Voigt and Mr. this weekend. host the Polk County Federation vice president.lect of the over the world. It is already

r.I his Paul parents, Mr. and Mrs. and Mrs. Isaac Albritton. Lisa and Rebecca Bily of Women's Clubs. Pilot Club of Lakeland, will being scheduled in cities all (j J 7/6a.web SMp'/Iwfa1NLS/bWEi / tin
Jones
recently. Paul H.
Mrs. Dennis J. Tschetter daughters of Mr. and Mrs. New Church Members serve us coordinating chair over this country and will s
S Dick Riley of Largo spent New members were received man, and has called a meeting soon be carried into the heart)
the weekend with their grandparents into the Lake Hamilton of all new committee chair. of Asia South America and [j]
I Mr. and Mrs. RalphA. Community Presbyterian men for tonight at 7:30 o'clockat Africa-In fact every place I
4e Tops At BridgeCATHOLIC I Rodgers. They were accompanied Church. They are Mrs. Wal the home of Mrs. louise where people are allowed to
home by their lace Eckles and Miss Cindy Pippin 1810 Sparton. congregate which might rule

WOMENMrs. grandmother and a cousin Rubush. Next year's theme and plana out for the present at least,
e Bobbie Smalls Nicholls, second; Bruce Candy Voigt. Mrs. Robert Greene has returned for the various committeeswill countries behind the Iron Cur
and Barnes and K. A. Chamber home after a three. be discussed. tain."
Mrs. Heller Wayne Kelly son of Mr. and
Rudolph
scored
lam
third
t the highest number of points Feaster, fourth.; Bill Neal and Otis Mrs. Jesse W. Kelly expect Jewelry Dept. Specials
and received the month's ed to return home from Lakeland
prize in the St. Joseph'sMothers' BARTOWMaaterpobtt General Hospital on Mon. UY-AWAYS & BUDGET ACCOUNTS
Club bridge tourna tow Duplicate winners of Bar- day. He had been a patientIn
Bridge Club
t ment. Team the hospital since December
standings are as
games have been nrINN .. .
announcedas .t.plw
follows: follows 4, when he was injured in .n ew ,
;
Miss Helen an automobile accident at .r
Ballenger and North-South Mrs. an. ua i% and
e Mrs. C. Logan, first; Mrs. and Mr. Feaster.: first Flesher Mrs. Bartow High School v mara H S In mantha.w Ih.. \ rn
Smalles : h v. n. ItnvraaMd
and Mrs.
Heller, sec. H. G. Morris and Ted Har- 1J .Yr
t ond; Mrs. William Bickfordand anon a. rid a.wa .
land, second; Mrs. Trohn and h.vWr
Mrs. H. Donnan, third, Mrs. George Hadaway third; Beta Sigma Phi chaMd.11..a lira lartaa a) r r
Mrs. D. Ball and Mrs. John Mr. and Mrs. tluln.nd.roM
Tyler, fourth .
and l.noa
Dance Is uraaa
O'Reilly, fourth; and Mrs. East-West: Mrs. Waits and Spring In antiei.
Ancil Woods and Mrs. R. Mr. Hall first t ration InerMM.hi. a* tint. I
; Mr. Thornhill Slated ?nca. ,
I Messick, fifth. and Mrs. Ted Flanlgan. sec- SaturdayBeta .avtna.aaiaalanl waliaaaily
The tournament will close 'ond; Mr. Nicholls and Mr. ta y u,.
with the May 5 session at St. Rice, third John Sigma Phi sorority will ." l.r- mauttanwr.aiamanda
; Taylor and g I ara . t'
have
Joseph's hall 315 a spring dance Saturday ?
parish S. William Neal fourth. Wliil. T k f
.
Missouri Ave. from 9 p.m. to 1 a.m. at the '
RIDGE
LAKELANDNorthSouth Winners of the Ridge Bridge Civic Center. Music will be Why a Perma lift self-fitting bra is

position winners Club include: North. South provided by Roddy Woodcockof LADIES' i Ct. DIAMOND SOLITAIRE
of Lakeland Duplicate Bridge Mr. Tyler and Mr. Dade City.Members incredible value
Dancy an 2,50
Club games are: Mrs. Wil first; Mrs. C. W. Thompsonand of Delta Beta and I at N V4 Ct. Diana**" lalltalra ....fW I. M QAQI4K
liam Dancy and Mrs. Theo Mrs. Perry Blakemore XI Sigma chapters will deco Wino N '.11_ ,ol -HM'I f 7-
Waits, first; Mrs. J. P. Tyner second; Mrs. Welts and Mrs. rate. Mrs. Edd W. Dean and 22 precisely designed sections fit so perfectly tat. e M

and Paul Tyler second; Mrs. H. G. Morris, third. Mrs. Charles H Greene are the bra seems custom-made to your figurer
Mary Morris and Doug Hall, East-West, Mr. Hall and chairmen. :1 Ct. DIAMOND BRIDAL SET
third; Mrs. C W. Thompaon Dave Hauseman, first: Mrs. "Spring in Gay Pares" will r\\t\ bra you see here ii elf.Titling. It will wrinkle and gap feel loose, and Ii'WI4It
V'4 Ct DI...... Irldol S. m.a.ld' I.
and Robert be the theme. Flower JL l
Thornhill carts
fourth. George Hadaway and Mrs. is made of 22 separate sections that become quite uncomfortable. But 5995 L.raJ
| wane yalU saidttlttseta
ar
and
East-West: Mrs. Phillip sidewalk cafe scenes will
Dancy second and
; Robert are not merely sewn together, but Perma'lift fits both sides of'O'l
Trohn and be featured. flowers per | .
Otto Rice, first; ThornhiU and C, E. Deloach Spring _
Mrs. V. D. Flesher and J. D. third.Old will be placed on the tables tailored with precision.The cups alone featly without a tack or pucker, ( ]
and landmarks of Paris will l be have 10 uniquely patterned sections because it it tell.!filling. i Ct. DIAMOND SOLITAIRE\

WluJ'gJw.w ? used along the walls. which take themselves in, or let themselves Vi Ct. Dioll...... SIMr14K ....... ,.
9700
out, to conform to your exact whit .,. *"*.,,oU-1247."
Eat Anything with measurements within the correct nip Price I* Nc u-.

It's Difficult To See FALSE TEETH size you normally wear, There are other niceties youll enjoy, i Ct. HIGH- STYLE t

too-a 'Neverkle Band that revenlssliding. SOLITAIRE

Yourself As Others DoBy surd Self-Fltting CupsWhy ..,fasting ltc 1 Yi C,. 01....4 HI91t.,,.. ..llt' .4f {

is this important Because mOlt and supportno- [ S24f.tO LI... !* .

JOSEPHINE LOWMAN If women are not perfect gap sides"i elegant!
manage. this advice Is not
It Is very difficult for a available to you for any reason A. B, or C cups; tliere- wash.and.weareotton-AND a trmark- J 1 Cf. DIAMOND BRIDAL SETI

woman to see herself as others then you may want my Refit and tighten your II fore,a poorly fitting bra able f 2.50 price. Try it today I I urN Dk..a4 SrWW l.r ff ]
see her and maybe It's leaflet "Framing Your Face 00
a good thing! It can work Attractively" which gives you dentures with ......... la kMMtIM .wklr .r y.lla* *I TF* /

both ways, though. A woman some general rules to follow. ,BRIMMS PLASTI.LINER LSt | ,... H47.IO L''''. *

.
is almost certain If would like .....
to exaggerate r:;; this, you aend a stamped,to self-ad-have Ills lilies for MS flats, IUD ftr tws MEN'S & LADIES' WATCHES

any d.* dressed envelope with your re HlMMS PLASTI-LlNErT. BPtfte, I MM!.M Hvvtatar WctakM, waapfof 699
feet she has. quest for leaflet number 31 to :.., t'lJ1Jt .''''11.',II.'" ", OPEN | far tka MM .a4 rfm ,ache fw Ik* .

It probably Josephine Lowman in care of JAoor.ltoshles Ldia |I4.f I ut.MEN'S .
does not look j f The Ledger z MON. FRI. NITES

nearly so unattractive Tomorrows "Drum Major
to Exercise Lets You Slim Down I 211 rod Mels . tot.lond, fl. TIL I 9 P.M. T7-J

others. It may i Standing Up."

not even be I l ___ I GRUENWALTHAM
noticed by |l
them especIally .

if she has MISS LAWMAN SHOP FRIDAY AND MONDAY TIL 9 P.M., LAKELAND
a sparkling or

warm personality.Then I or p'
too this same woman

may have unusually attractive I HELBROS
features which she does not
recognize and therefore does Nor. Il /.1 sew., N.'s\ : 1W rIr.
.. .M W..h.M r.ahN \
not play up. Beautiful eyes L..arr..hwrrMf /1/
alone can lift any face to near Ii'I Mwlnwl e1.4 .rq wide
.,
Mn1 ahlM MN.NM.h.
beauty, If this is your best '
: : -:0' =
: .
feature 1 rhl/d .rIrar
use lighter lipsticks r 0..... 110'
and a bit more eye makeup.Of .
course this must be artfully Up To
1700 '
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Girl( Has Lain In Stupor Since 1941CLEARWATER


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(AP-EUineiold but to her mother she wU I who used to look forward to Mrs Esposito who had no
Cinderella Esposito Is 29 years|always be the little first grade, running to the corner store lora nurses training, took over the \1
penny's worth of candy. job of'constant care for Cindy .
"If someone gave her a pen. "I was told over and over by \,.
ny. she'd go buy a stick of different doctors that there was .
candy, then come all the way no hope she would ever againbe .
AT7MF/S/ : home without licking It and normal-or would even live-
but I always hoped they were
offer it to me, her mother, f ti E ,

1/2/ (CARAT! OF DIMS Mrs.On six Louis Aug., she 5 Esposito, 1941 complained, ,when recalled Cindywas of aside wrong Other" Operations FollowedIn ,

ache. ,She had had a fever the years that followed,
.
'
mm J doctor said Cindy had subsequent operations '
for several days. A 'j',,,
for a ruptured hernia, partial .
It was appendicitis and an operation
intestinal obstruction, and c
CARAT OF nuns was necessary.She throat paralysis which has,
1/2/
Wasn't Afraid since 1946, required that she be .
"Mommy, I'm not afraid fed a liquid formula. through a
Don't worry," the brown-eyed nasal tube.
MD
brown-haired little girl said as Four times a day, Cindy Is FRIDAY
she was prepared for surgery given an eight-ounce formula of ,
,
strained baby foods, eggs, sugar "%
But something went wrong ..
UXCOJIPROJIISLYG QUALITY One doctor said Insufficient milk and cream. She also .. .
receives a pint of water daily
oxygen reached the little girl's ,
brain during the operation. An- and medication in the feedings
other said she suffered enceph- As a last desperate measure,
..a alitis. the Espositos took their daughter SATURDAY
Cindy never regained consciousness to the Lourdes grotto In
She has made no'"ranee the trip cost more than
voluntary muscle movements,,$2,000. "But it was worth It,"
t4n spoken, or showed any recognition -'said Mrs. Esposito.
of her mother and father I "There was no dramatic
tlr in the 23 years since the oper change, but she seemed to smile SPECIALSPrices
ation. at the bishop who blessed her. ,
"At first, the doctors told us and one hand loosened a little
av, she wouldn't, live through the,and stayed that way."
night after the operation," Mrs. Today, Cindy weighs but 75! .
Eaposlto said pounds. She lies quietly in a
"I waited alt that night for pink hospital bed Jacket topped
her to open her eyes and recognize with blue bows.
me or speak to me'' ". but In years, she would be counted .
she never did. When she finallydid a woman, but to a valiant
waken, her eyes were glassy mother, she is a tiny first grade
fa. and didn't move. She never daughter who still needs to be
knew me again dressed, fed and have her hair
'
brushed.
Father Has Attack

Cindy's parents lived in Chi-
,ago then. Her father was a Alaskan Earth
truck driver. Then a year ago,
.12 ipirtiiing dumortt touting ft cw*in 14K|oW taM fair. te suffered a heart attack anda

doctor suggested a warmer Erupts As
;# CARAT OF '
DIAMONDS climate, so the Espositos movedto I
TOTAL Clearwater."It .
really keeps me busy,"Thaw Begins
your choice of many design In. Esposito said. "I have to
plus tor tend Cindy and her father. He's ANCHORAGE, Alaska (AP)
not suppose to work. But I do -The ground started bubbling good 2 Days only!
get out to the tore now and up before the eyes of startled
then. I feel I have to get out Anchorage residents, then water
y .4 of the house now and then or I began gushing out.

couldn't keep going." For those who had lived
I
Three days after the -
N operation
the child's feet and hands through earthquake and tidal
began to turn inward and physl- wave brought damage apprehension., the new upheaval AIIl!!

clans made a preliminary diagnosis
of infantile paralysis. "I hope it isn't a volcano," \
Specialists were called in and said Mrs. Robert L Hanson.It .
1.fir*dances from 6 round diimond e."1r..birk sitting tnhincn nun"I '
baling Vi writ In 14K wadding, rang, ting with 5 diamonds fouling Y,carat they said there was evidence the wasn't.Roger .
brain had been irreparably M. Waller of the U. S. WHITEWALL RETREADS. USED ORIG. EQUIP. TIRES NYLON TUBELESS
CONVENIENT TERMS damaged by lack of oxygen Geological Survey, said underground -
AI.. mwtnuaa darnel..aa.r dt.dAvallabt. during anesthesia, Mrs. Esposi water pressure probably
'. to said. had built up in the spring thaw
...T........_. "I had a perfectly normal and pushed up the soil until I It 2for 2f022r 2 ro r 23
et.
...._ iZALE'S'MEMBER child when she went in to the fractured and bubbled out Wed
I ......._.. operating room. Now I have a, nesday. ,
r _.M ." J8W>::J-EAS ACADEMY daughter with no hope of ever The result was a bulge about
pta. recovering," the mother sighed,50 feet across. Residents said
112 E, Moln St. Ph. 688.3504 But she"added, "I have no bitterness .. the ground had risen 10 feet,
pushing up trees as it went.
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$43,460 con. tect Gordonn Dirkes said L :
tract for the remodeling of there still is some question

the cafeteria at Lakeland concerning the exact locationof F MARKET FLASHES
Junior High School was the warehouse.R. .

awarded to Ellis Construc. W. Despard Co. of Lake II

tion Co. of Tampa during Alfred with a bid of $28,443 Ni v t y a E } NEW YORK (AP-The stock I On blocks of 1,400 shares % to 35 on 3,000 shares.
yesterdays school board was the successful low bid. re :S j market was mixed in moderately Bethlehem was unchanged at Republic Steel rose % to 45%
meeting. der on a two-class-room addition p' s. ; active trading at the opening 37% and General Electric rose on 1,000 shares. Standard Oil of

Members of the Bartow to Davenport Elementary. today. !H to 87%. New Jersey declined '/. to 86
High School senior class filledin Junior High School. Changes of most key stocks Ford opened on 3,200 shares, on 1,500 shares.

as regular School Board Also yesterday the board were narrow. off % at 5414.American Santa Fe and Sperry Rand
members. Bids on two other adopted a school calendar for I Opening blocks I included Motors was un- were unchanged.

projects were opened but one the 1964-65 school year but .r f i i >S American Telephone unchanged -changed at 161% on 1,500 shares. Pennsylvania Railroad lost Vat
of the contracts was not withheld any action on plans at 138 on 4,000 shares; Radio Woolworth. In further responseto 31% on 1,600 shares.
awarded. for a new lunch room at 4 'Corp. off 5at 35% on 3.000; stock split news, opened on Yesterday the Associated
Site Not Set Haines City's Central Ele and American Tobacco up U 1,200 shares up % at 82. Press average of 60 stocks dipped
Bartow Investment Co. submitted mentary School. at 34% on 2.200. Westinghouse Electric eased .2 to 303.7.

a low bid of $18,900for The calendar adopted calls t

construction of a textbook for teachers to report Aug. 19, BLUE CHIPS
warehouse at the school bus the first day of school to be

garage site east of Bartow. Aug 31 and the last day of
However the board's archi school to be June 3. 1965. IF t PAY No"MAR61N I CALL j.W..goyf PAYING

AND THE STOCK peopsASAIWWI THAT F1RST SNOT XDOH'TWAHTTOSrAfrrSWETrllNfi

I IS LIKE OPENING LIP ]

I Lakeland United Fund I aYa6AiNr uAVe TO yjP; ; A f'AtJDOfU.'S 80)-) I CVIN'T FINISH/!

Ends POLICI DEPARTMENT WEDDING Pc Justice Thames M. Unfiton, Is skews here
Campaign Tuesday ,..f..I.., the lint police department' wedding bull I I I.. the sew station's, ckapal. Married this

girding w... the farmer Mils Linda A. Wilklnion, 73* E. B.lla Viita St., a talaphana eparaterfar
'The current annual campaign said Kent. Six of the campaign's the Ganaral Ttlaphana Company *f florid., and Polic. Doroctlv. Walttr R. S.......,. (ILad,..
of the United Fund of eight divisions are still Phot by Hu9hti) ,
Greater Lakeland will end shown as incomplete. Theyare

Tuesday April 21, at a final : government professional 1 M.M. 411IY,.aI-, rer.K..Ad
report and recognition meet. commerce and Industry general 150 Methodist First Wedding PerformedIn
to be held in the Grove business
ing I, women's division
Theater at 8 p.m. and select potential.The Pastors Meet Police Station tATE STOCKS *
ChapelFor
The meeting to which volunteers United Fund goal for

and other special 17 financially participating Here TomorrowPastors : The Daily Investor
guests will be invited along health welfare and recrea the first time in the department's cafeteria where

with their wives and husbands tion agencies is $231,000. At of 150 Methodist Lakeland Police Depart. refreshments were served.No i&y.iarerii.ruaBJi.4) I*

will be followed by the showing last report the Fund had churches in the Lakeland. Tampa ment's history a wedding Indication was made as I By WILLIAM A. DOYLEQ. customer securities registered InItreet
of a full length motion pic reached about 90 per cent of You have answered names. But brokera
and St. Petersburg districts ceremony was performed In to where the couple would a number many -
ture. this goal. A full report Kent will meet here tomorrow at Florida the station's chapel this spend their honeymoon nor' AMERICAN STOCKEXCHANGE of questions concerning the fall flat on their collective
announced will be given at faces
Campaign chairman JerardA. when it comes to meeting
Kent said the movie to be and following the "apprecia Southern College for a pro- morning. where they would live in Am Elect ..... .. ......... I 4 'pros and cons of leaving stock what must be counted as the

shown is a "sneak prevue"and tion meeting" April 21. gram on Christian higher edu Married in the new build Lakeland. Sangster will Barnes Eng .,............ 24% 'with brokers" In "street obligations of service to street

is a "first rate" movie cation. ing's chapel were Walter R. continue his work at the department Dorsey Corp ............. 7 names. I have had stocks In a name accounts.

with a top Hollywood star. Lakeland Junior Dr. Charles T. Thrift Jr.. Sangster Route S, a police and Mrs. Sangsterwill Falcon Sea Dr .......... IO% I street name account for six

Kent credited the managementof president of Florida Southern detective and Linda A. Wilkinson continue her work at Guard Chem ............ 101" years In all that time I have Q. What are the rules, concerning -

the Grove Theater for coop- High Band Will and other administrative and 739 E. Bella Vista St., the telephone company. Gulf Am ... ............., 51% never a received statement an annual from reportor margin calls by brat
eration in helping to make possible Gulf Sulphur ............. 83 proxy any en? When does a broker call
the showing of the movie Give ConcertThe faculty leaders will meet with a telephone operator with Kratter e .... ..,,,. ....,. 8Ya of[ the companies In which Iown on a customer for more collat-
and the use of the theater. He the group to discuss the role ofa the General Telephone Com Redwing Carrier .......a. 114 stock. Wouldn't you call eral!? Can a broker make such

said the box office at the Lakeland Junior High church college. pany of Florida. Polk City Man Stephan Co ...... ....... '7% this another disadvantage of a call on a customer by phone?

theater would be closed to the School Band will present an The visiting ministers will be Syntex .,................. 81 feet name registration? A. The rules on "marginalls"
public after 8 pm. on April : open-air concert in the mall of luncheon guests of the college Chapel Scene Released From Tampa Elec. ............ 25% A. Of course I That is one ofthe are stock exchange rules.

21 and admittance to the Fund the Southgate Shopping Center and then attend afternoon busi-! Performing the simple Textron Inc .... ... .. ..... 5y investors.problems When that annoys leave many The New York Stock Exchangerule
meeting will be by prior reservation ceremony was Peace Justice you your on this Is that a customer
only. Seats are available 6:30 tomorrow: o'clock night beginning at I ness sessions of their respective Thomas Langston. Sangsteris County Jail OVER TIIE-COUNTER stocks registered In a brokerage of 1 a brokerage firm generallymust

for over 800 people. The band under the directionof districts. the son of Mr. and Mrs. MUTUAL FUNDS firm's name the companies maintain a margin of atleast

Campaign officials say thata Bandmaster Tom Lynn will Presiding at the business David W. Sangster of Route Affiliated Fund ... .. ..... 8.72 whose stocks* 25 per cent of the value

good bit of work is still unfinished also present its annual Spring meetings will be the superintendents 6. and the former Miss Wilkinson BARTOW Richard Dease. Allco ..... ............... 7% you own naturally of securities held in a margin

on the 1964 campaign Concert later this school year, of the three districts: is the daughter of the 42-year-old Polk City man Am Express ,,.......... 42% send all account.
which is in an extended time at a date and place still to be the Rev. John J. Rooks Lakeland Rev. Mr. and Mrs. WoodrowA. charged with first-degree mur Auto Merch ..,. ........ 114 communication. I know, This requires an explanation -
period. announced. ; the Rev. C. Durward Mc- Wilkinson of Baker. der was released from county I Chase Man Bank .....,.. 6814 to the Let's use an example.Say .

"Our closing meeting date Tomorrow night's programwill Bunch Tampa, and the Rev. The ceremony was per Jail yesterday after he posteda Eckerd's Drug .,...,. ,.. 1811s brokerage firmHowever that you buy $10,000(

will allow us the necessary include mostly marches and C. Eugene West St. Petersburg formed In the small paneled $10,000 bond. Fidelity Fund ....,. ,,,.. 17.77 there worth of stock on margin. Under

time to complete this work." light selections Lynn said. chapel on the basement of Fla. Gas ......... ....... 1091 are some the present margin requirementset
Dr Thrift said that Methodist the The bond amount set stock exchange
police department's new was ( by the Federal Reserve
Fla. Pub. Util
,,......,,.. 221ft
ministers of the eight other districts building on Lake Wire Drive. after Dease's attorney fileda Fla. Steel ................ 9r/e rules on this Board) you can do that by put-

of the Florida Conferencewill Best man for the ceremony habeus corpus petition in Fla. Tel .,...,,....,.,,. 2531. subject. ting up $7,000 plus commissions
be Invited to similar meetIngs was a detective J. R. Carter circuit court here. If company You borrow the other $3,000
Fla. Tile ..... ..,,....... 131ft --
to be held later. and the maid of honor was Dease is charged in connection I in which you : through your broker. At that
Founders Life ............ 9 stock DOYLE
Phyllis L. Johnson. with the rIfle-slaying of Gulf Life .. .............. 54>/ own Iclts point, your maintenance of
The couple was married at his 25. r-old son-in-law proxies" (sends out pro)margin 1s 70 cent
yea per
Red Cross Here Incorp Invest ...,..... ,. 7.64
les so that stockholders
9 o'clock this morning before Jerry Combee, who died at can vo te Say that the stock takes a
Inter County Tel & Tel.... 54
s fellow police officers Lakeland General Hospital their shares at stockholder I' terrible drop In market value
Jackson Min Mart ...,. .
58'34,
Taking DonationsFor who witnessed the ceremony.A April from a wound received meetings without actually a It- to $4,000 You still owe the brok-
Lewis Bus Forms ., ,.. ... 17%
tending those meetings) tha .
reception followed in the March 28. Ie ert 3000. Your, margin in the
Nationwide .................1414A. proxies are sent to the
regl s-
account is only $1,000 -25
H. Robins ... ..... percent
Quake ReliefThe ,. 38% tered owners of the stock. of the value of the stocks
i Taylor Inst ...,"...,. ,,. 48% Now when r
you have r In the margin account.
T.V. Elec Fund ..... ..... 8.25 you
Lakeland Chapter of the stock registered in a str set At the point the broker is required
Trans Gas Line... 21
American Red Cross said Pipe ?, name the broker is j suppose):I to sell the stock un-
todayit
Travelers ................ 49! % to: forward the collateral.
less
is cash donationsfor proxy to you you put up more
Alaska accepting Earthquake relief. United Ilium .,.......... 38? ,it the company "sdequatelcompensates" y The borker must (under the
The Red Cross noted that cash Universal Foods .....,.. .30( I the broker fo. stock exchange rule)' demand

of PLYMOUTtI H. RBOR donations are welcome but offers ett expenses of mailing, handling,, more collateral from you when
of clothing and other Items NEW YORK etc.The the stock falls that low. As amatter
are impractical because of ship- STOCK EXCHANGE same kind of rules applyto of practice, the broker

ping costs and delays. Latest II a.m. the forwarding of annual reports would probably call for more

torn. Intmituitorb.. hilormmtwi md Ira tifurn al Alaska Gov. William /. Egan Close Price and other Important com margin, long before the market
tour Santaui tlarr. 343 unit Kllirtmtml Aftrlm..' has Issued a proclamation designating munications sent out by the convanies. value of the stock reaches that
potuorW ty Ife Uotttt CAurck .l Ckrul . CaNrepfnad CA..tA d SasaM.. the Red Cross as the official Aldens 29% NS I ioint. Just when a broker wi"!
disaster relief agency to t Here we get into a very Issue such a margin call depends
Ludlum 44
:deal with problems of Individ- Allegheny % 4514 "Iffy" area of what is "ade- on the policy of his individual -
Allied Chem 57 57
uals and families stricken by quate compensation" Some brokerage firm.A .
Allied' Stores 611 61
% %
c1P'6'. a beautiful day in Sarasota and the earthquake and tidal waves Am Bosch 14% H1/\ brokerage firms do excellent broker might make margin
have just coma back from a and asked that persons wishingto jobs of forwarding proxies, financial calls by telephone mall tele-
Am Cyanamid 61% 61%
lJLI visit to the sita where our help send contributions to statements etc. Others graph or any other way he canget
66
Am Home Prd
% 66'2Am
Plymouth Harbor will be their local Red Cross chapters don't. In touch with his custom-
built on Sarasota Bay about a half mil from I "All such donations will be Hospital 22% 227sAm Brokerage firms like the advantages ers. There're no hard and fastrules
downtown. What a beautiful view in every direction used by the Red Cross in the Mach Frdy 18% 18% they get by keeping on how he must do It.
and what an architectural masterpiece of humane task of caring for the LTYa Am Metal Prd 20% 20%
design will lOOn take shape, yet to in keeping 'needs of our people who have Am Motor 16116'4\
with the quality and high character of this lovely suffered loss In the disaster and Am Res & Dev 24% 24% Latest 11 Price a.m.Close Latest Close Il PriceR. a.m.
Am Seating 30% NS
city. who are unable to rehabilitate Greyhound 5634 587. J. Reynolds. 46 46%
4 Am Tobacco 34% 34%
W have sixteen acre on Coon Key Just "
themselves without assistance Grumman 4V% 41% Reynolds Met .... 41 IYa 42
Am Tel & Tel 138 138
Yacht Club and July 4th.
west of the Sarasota on Egan saidMeanwhile.
IBM 584\1\ 586 Rhod Sel Trust. 7 7
will break ground for what Ampex 17% 17%
Day. we
Independence some 60 Red Cross Int Harvester Tl' 70% R. C. Cola .. ... 61% NS
retire.went
well set the standard for all future still Ariz Pub Ser 3514 35%
may workers In the
are engaged
apartment In fact, as I stood in the warm 3. 1 Armco Steel 73% 73'/4 IMC IOJ" 10% Safeway Stores 61% 61%
Ohio Valley Flood relief opera- Int Min Chem 68168% Scott ,. ..
sunshine, it was quite easy to visualize huffl- Atcha top 28 28 Paper 36% 37
tions. More than $750,000 has
board courts a heated swimming, pool, fishing; 4 Atl Refin 57% 57% Int Paper 337333 Seaboard Air R ? 47% NS
skiff in the boat bamn, and dream for a momentof been expended to date the Red Auto Can 14% 14% Int Tel Tel S9% 59% Sears .....,.,..,. 106 106
the fortunate Cross said but the final cost of ------------- Jones 8. Laughlin 65% >
the happy day that lie ahead for Avco 23 23 75112 Shattuch ....... 161 4 183%
remdent of Plymouth Harbor. meeting all family needs in the Beneficial 48 48H Kelsey Hayes 35% NS Sinclair 011 ..,... 45'45%

But before I become too nostalgic I hada area is expected to be near $2 Tw colonel RotorvodOHicon Beth Steel 37% 37% KImberly Clark 63% 63% Socony ... ....... 69% 70%
million about the amount estimated SCORES CHECKED Army grade
letter from Mr. W. C. of Saraiota. H. wanted .. Blaw-Knox 2912i11,4' Kerr-McGee 3634 36%. S.C. Elec & Gas 56 NS
to know who might become a member of Plymouth for necessary relief Training Corp coder dude. on annual field day at Borg-Warner 48% 47% Korvette 29V3 30 Southern ......... 54 1% 54%
Harbor. I replied that Plymouth Harbor is ipon- work in the earthquake and Florida Southern Calle0. Shown conforlnf on score ors Cel. Brunswick N>U 10% lear-Siegler 14 13% Sperry Rand ..., 18% 18%

sorest by First Congregational Church of Sara ota, tidal wave areas of Alaska. (I"f) Harry Gallmon, left, and Cel. Roy S.ille. Burlington 47% 47% Llggette Myers '79 791.4 Spiegel. ........,. 33% 33%

the Florida Conference and the national organi Burroughs 23% 23% Litton Inds 113 71y' Std Oil Cal ... ... 611% 61%
Ration of the United Church of Chrut. However Cat Tractor 61% 61% Lone Star Gas 22% 22Ya Std Oil Ltd ...... 66% 66%
no specific religious affiliation la required for Celanese 68% 68% Loral Elec 8% 8\\% Std Oil NJ ...... 86% 86t/
admission. An Admission Committee has established 27% NS P. Lorrillard 48% 4834 Sunray Oil .,..,,. 31 30%
Chemetron
certain criteria which must'ba met. and & Ohio 70'70' % Madison Fd 199. 19y' Tenn Gas & Trans 21% 22
Ches
will be happy to forward an application form to
NS
Chrysler 47'47' % Magnavox 4014 Texaco 74% NS
anyone contacting them. At.A Marquardt 111114 Texas Gulf Sul 29% 29%
26026%
Cin Gas & Elec
A* this l issue of "Jottings" goo to press 66 66 Martin Marietta 19 NS Tidewater 31037%
Cities Ser % %
w* are almost at the 200 mark for reservationsfor Coca Cola 127% 127% McCrory 12 12 Tractor Sup 20% NS
delightful apartment and more coma in 44 Union Bag 38 '
39'/
our McKesson 41" % %
Pal 42% 42%
every mail we open. If you are thinking of ,t va Colgate Merck 1141"1 % Union Oil 78 NS
Plymouth Harbor for your retirement days mayI Collins Rad 19 NS Minn. Hnwl 120 120 Union Pac 41 IYa 41 IV.
send request so we may reviewit A a3 y dr Columbia Gas 28% 28%
your
suggest you MMM 64Ya 85'4Montg Union Tank 41% 41%
while few choice Credit 4014014
Com
and advise you promptly a United I 29 29
37 m % %
Ward 37Ya %
If already 863 86%
are still available you ar. r Con Edison %
apartment
United Fruit 22% 22%
"one of w" do keep in touch and I shall try my 7G Y Con Foods 50 50% Nat Biscuit 60Ya NS U.S. Inds 11 11U.S.
the many. many questions that Consumer Pwr 46% 47 Nat Can 1614 16%
Rubber 53U 53
retirement project of this magnitude seem to Cont Can 47% 46% Nat Dairy 70Ya 7114 %
'ft.H U.S. Steel 57% 57%
bring forth. And if you are going to be In Sara- .', Cont Oil 85 65 Nat Fuel 3214 NS
82 52
aota in July. I hope you will b. or, hand for our jo Ctrl Data 85 86% Nat Gypsum 514 NS Upjohn %' %
Vendo \
17'17
when wa break ground for 64 Nat Tea 16 NS
impressive ceremony Corn Prds 64%
Warner-Lambert 28% 28%
Plymouth Harbor.So ( lift Crown Cork 31% 31% Nla-Mohawk 503 SOYa W. Air Brake 35 35
until nut "Jotting. I say farewell Curtiss-Wrlght 19% 19% Okla Gas Elec 26% 263% Westinghouse 35% 35%

and hope that you find these article helpful and Den & Rio R R 20% 20% Outboard Marine 183. 18% Winn Dixie 30% 30
informative. De Soto Chem 22 21% Pac Gas Elec. 3W. 32 Woolworth 78% 82%

Very sincerely your. F Dr Pepper 33337/ Pan Am Sulphur 32133Y. Xerox 89 U 90%
\: } ; Dresser Inds 28% 28% Parke Davis .... 30Va 3Ol1a Zenith Rad 83183Ya

7I: _: DuPont 262 261% Penney J. C. .... 52 5294 Occidental 25'25'4'
\ ., Eastman Kodak 126% 126% Pepsi Cola ...... 50 493% Jim Walter 33% 33%

Gamble Skgmo 33 NS Pfizer ...,. ,....,. 714 6r.

"ce "., Ga Pac 66% 59% Phlla Elec ...... 32Ya 32% CASES FOR ROCKETSNew
( .r Gen Elec 87% 87% Phillip Morris ... 79% 80( %
Gen Foods 89% NS Phillips Pet .. ... 5114 51y' types of tough ultra high-

PLYMOUTH HARBOR <"" Gen Inst 13% 13% Phelphs Dodge .. 741 '73'\11\ strength steels have been adoptedas

$"1.410'" '101104HUIflr Gen Motors 81 81% Piper Air ..... ... SOlie' NS i materials for large rocket
P. o. cox rNn L, Gen Tel & Elec 35% 35% Pit Plate Glass ? 701709% cases Called maraging steels

n oar d.awwt I Gen Time 12% 12% Proctor Gamble M 8434 1 and containing 18 per cent or
THI HARD WAY Cadet P.l. John R. Goldirori, Mindfoldod; take apart a* MI Rifle dur.lnf Gen Tire 26% 26% Pub Srv E G 751% 75V. 1 more of nickel the steels were

p- an ROTC flaU day kola, at florid. Stithm C.II.... Scerlno his tl", It Cadet Copt. H.,. Gillette 32% 32>/ Pure Oil ... .. ... 6y' 4634Rtybestos I Invented In the laboratories of

I "., Mannuif C.... had r* tak. prt *nd pus tojothar the rifles both with .".. without hll....- W. R. Grace 55% 55 Man ? 4514 4594 I the International Nickel Com

folds for this .larciM. (Led Photo ky Hwjhti) Great A & P Tea 39 39% Rep Steel......, 4514 4534 il pany.Contract .


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Thursday. April I, 1M4 '



.!S OPEN SUNDAY! 12 NOON TO 7 P.M I 4th Police Training Plan



Program

The fourth lnervlci tralnln
program of the Lakeland PoZ! :
Department Academy will, | lie
held Monday through April 2(
It was announced by Chief Leo
.. M H Brooker.
.
Instructors for the count

.... CARLOADS I ) AND I I Bureau Include of policeman Investigation, a agent m'1
.. 1 an Immigration went and B,
I way role supervisor Patrol aergeant, a Florida and Hiok:
d
Lakeland attorney.


gUALITY,;, DISCOUNT wd. WwM. iff I TOP NAME 1? niques Lt.fleer I In The step J., laid H.and purpose with Sangster new is new to of material keep training the training the course poiCe tar men,0'|,


officers are expected to km.
1e Dally Climes Set

e 1 I It I by After Chief Introductions Brooker are Momu moo

classes will start with Ia\ ;>
1 e 11 on the U. S. Department ol I Immigration
and Naturalization
1 Service by Turman Carr, an I
0 specter from the Tampa lran

o JUS! FOR I THIS 9 ration Classes am. until service will noon take and place from Iron.

pm. until 10 pm. each da
Monday through Friday,
1 On Tuesday, William (Igu
s Ruster, supervisor of the state
Parole. District !in Bartow, will
each: a class on the State
- NOW! DELUXE AIR CONDITIONING EVERY Parole Commission.
Lakeland
ROME CAN USE! EVERY FAMILY CAN AFFORD! Norton will police take over detectivi Uednes) ',

day and give a class on fines .
printing and a photo identi.k"
4000B.T.U.'SROOM > demonstration.
Driving licenses and 'UlptO
'H Ion and revocation will t be
taught next Thursday by Sit
Alvin (Al) Green of the Hgh-]
SIZE AIR, CONDITIONER way Patrol.

Instructor for a class on tour
room procedure testifying, WI*
.
".r.ar .. be J. H. Peterson Jr" city o
tmfV < torney, on April 17.

I I $ a p Classes Evidence will resume Covered on Apr
21) with a discussion on cap
eration of law enforcement
v"rV agencies and sex crimes taught
&* &>, by Senior Resident Agent Urn
4 Thompson of the FBI
*> sv J r He will also teach a class
I ONE OF description, collection and Prtlo
,
rvatlon of evidence on 4pm
AMERICA'STOP 2i 1 and on April 22 will mace ,
class on the jurisdiction of 'he i

;; BRANDS FBI
; Also on April 22 there nilj M
a class on police officer M

o NO MONEY DOWN! CHARGE-IT! patrol. Sangster and report writing bvLt.

-- Bail bondsmen and /unrfic/

. New thin line design with automatic thermo commission tim investigationnsura1 will be handled/ by/(' ,

l stat. Cools up to 225 square feet. All newT Alan Sanders of the Depart
ment of Licensing Commission
and in crates. NEMA RATED. We stock
in i Tallahassee on April 13 .:
what we advertise and have plenty of these The final class will be taught
on April 24 by Peterson on elite
v PRICES SLASHED units on hand. law.gambling, beverage and bill in)

NO DEALERS, PLEASE Brooker said grades 1111' *
given for neatness 01( n"*
q f'' books prompt attention and Ittendanee.
attitude and genera
GUARANTEED COMFORT induct, along with a complex!
VERY FAMOUS BRAND'! evaluation report of the ro
AIR CONDITIONERS victual officer f
': AIR CONDITIONERS Lt. Sangster said all memOIr
of the department will under f

8300 B.T.US 1 a B.T.UVS the training '


: Washable filters.Thermostat control! 5 year warranty covers entire unit for I year, covers $10 Million

= 1 Ventilation control. Rust resistant cabinet I! the sealed system for on additional 4 years! Quiet!
Powerful! Washable filters! All welded Power Rate
Alt welded chassis. 5 year warranty. NO MONEY DOWN!' cha.nisl! Thermostat control. Rust resistant

cabinet! Cut Asked

CHARGE-IT!
_. TALLAHASSEE (API rnState "

....,.. .. )}, ,: ->--. Public Utilities Comma,
Po
slon has asked the Florida
I ... ''': :: er and Co. to reduce rater:
Light
--.:::::::: ::: !!U!=!:hiiiiii! by 110 million annually ti p
I I :::::::::::::u=:: iii iiUuuu live May 1.Chairman.
r I 11\\ $1 :.:..:.:.::::::::::::I: $1 announcing the Edwin action L Wed Mass,

day laid it U the Urged utttrate
I I 'fj cut. ever asked by the coirilssion

IndicatedThe
Effect Not

::1, submit utility proposed was changes requested nrate ..
,'"
., ; schedule for approval ]B

ONLY JZ.JS par ...1. NEMA AAUo. ONLY W5 par week. NEMA RATED. the immediate commission.Indication There as was to *'

effect of the reduction on 'f'
VERY FAMOUS BRAND! I VERFJAMoUS WD25,000 VERY FAMOUS BRAND! average consumer
Mason said an examination

IIILITT Whot'i In nam? Wh.n th name it a 20,000 B.T.U.'SAIR i B.T.O.'SAIR 30,000 B.T.U.'SAIR the the i company's light of the gross reduction revenue>In 'w
oral income tax rates for !pub:
brand you know and fruit its lynenymeui witH
Qroty: CONDITIONER CONDITIONER CONDITIONER utility cut corporations was in order indicatedrate

JCCIV1CE By kcantad alaehieJon can t>. arranqaa' He said the utility gross,
for aipart installation through any wall of window, ,:rt ., about 1220 million last year i"
Including 220 wiring if nacauory.SUICTIOI $ ... requested reduction totals us'
under S cent of the etas'II,000
per
At .... ol the nation loading plianco
dealers with SO stares from Maine to Florida. J.M. I Served .
$258 t"L
Fields offers you the widttt wUehon of Brand Nam* 298 $378 subscribers Florida Power, of which serves mor> 'hj''
appliances anywHera.a \ 800.MO are residential Iron tr
PRICE The lowest (in town! Wa GUARANTEE TO Georgia line down the Florid*
BEAT any advertised erieo on comparable _h-r..1 East northward Coast to to the Key Bradent West ant':

CRlRfT An-on9".n the ipotl! No money down if area on the Gulf coast .
you Ii.., with many months to pay on aaty credit Mason said Florida Power
terms.Have tha comfort you want NOWI! No Money Downl Only f 3.35 per week No Money Dowel Only$9 JO per weak.fayaba No Money Down.Only $4.00 par weak !the Ished first looking utility at 'Ve since have the n(rs"
lEPEIIillLITY As on. of America's loading r.toil oyob/e/ Monthly Monrhfy.. eyob/a Monthly' reduction bill was passed Other
outlets, wa stand b.hind.r.ry purchase! W. Mil what All crated now models with slide-out chop. NEMA RATED.Cools up to I 1750 tq.ft. Hoe NEMA RATED. Cools up to 2000 Iq. ft. public utilities in the state WI'
b.
wa advartita and we guarantee what wo Mill MultUpood fan NEMA RATED. Cools up Multi-Speed fan and automatic tttarmoitat Multi-Sp.ed fan, automatic thermostat, be treated on an Individual of thel''
All pmai '.0.*. .M.Plefds, S.nlce .pii.neL to I SOD sq. ft. Automatic thormottat. .slida-out chassis. All neI.In cretat. slid.out chassis All new In cratai ais revenues as the are examination completed."


LAKELAND: U.S. 92 East at Rose St. Q QUALITY Tk. only' tni. mf ...,,'. Thai DISCOUNTS.',. Inilcnl DES DOCTOR MOINES HAS, Iowa MUMPS(API -
'd .,.!.. |.....n'.4 I .sits i..,,,you .,.iMt.4 Dr. James F. Speers. heslf
OPEN DAILY 10 A.M. to 10 P.M. SUNDAY Noon o
to 7 r.M. AUWAYS. EVERY DAY. director of Des Moines *"
Polk County has the mump,
Dr Speers said that after "r
other doctor confirmed his *'
icions.. he prescribed a reed '
, a
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1 I i Trade Talks Between Have, Have Not Countries Involved Many Factors I


By LAWRENCE MALKIN er commodities are vexing the Ions are organizing a formidable Islet of Nigeria, who Is still angry iffs and Trade (GATT), but re- of GATT talks, and the under-;to cocoa butter. If Ghana ships cessing plant, the products come ;
Associated Press Writer I I international conferenceon lobby for better prices and about it. "How come we sistance will be stiff there from developed nations are impa raw beans to the common mar under a 22 per cent tariff.
9 GENEVA tat( When you bite trade being held In Geneva. trading conditions. One goal, produce more cocoa and more the European Common Market. tient. I ket countries, Botsio says, the These are among tariffs the I
into a chocolate bar you participate Officially the purpose is to they admit Is more expensive groundnuts (peanuts) than ever Little is expected from the early Cocoa that goes into a candy tariff Is S per cent. If It wantsto United States wants to see re
Indirectly in bitter political carve out a larger share of chocolate bars. before, earn less than before stages of the" '"Kennedy Round" bar has to be processed first in set up a cocoa butter pro duced.
I world trade for the world's poor Price Hinges On Relations because of low prices and
and economic disputes which
nine I nations so they can earn more Sugar, a major ingredient of Chevrolet cost more than ever
ohCtlbe affect the prosperity of half a money and develop industries candy is so enmeshed In world before?"
1 dozen poor nations striving for The problem la how to cut up politics that the conference can I The cocoa producers are principally -
I 24 a better deal in world trade. the pie. do little about it. Any change Nigeria, Ghana and Bra.
Leo Sugar, cocoa, peanuts and oth- Delegates of the have-not naLet's In the price of sugar-about zil. Last year they sat down
1 cents a pound now would with the Importers the United
have to await a shift In. rela- States, Britain and Western Europe -
winIei'll ions among the ,United States and tried to agree on a

:ant r Play BridgeBy the Soviet Union and Cuba, the fair price. The producers de-
I world'i largest producer.The manded 27 cents a pound, the
high. Cubans used to earn consumers would give 20. The -
t a ALAN TRUSCOTT about S cents a pound when conference collapsed, and the !
es most of their sugar was sold to price now stands between the 1
By ALAN TRUSCOTT NORTH the United States. They show two figures.If .
.rua./. There is little doubt that the A Q 10753V no signs of complaining here the price could be pegged LLICTWallace
team that will represent Britainin about their -cent deal with the at about 30 cents a pound,
lien the Open Series of the World AIMS Russians. Ghana estimates Its income L. Storey
!Ct Team Olympiad that starts In AJ6S Cocoa is another problem, and would rise at least $50 milliona
lice STATE
New York May 1 will be the WEST EAST the countries which produce it year. RIPRISINTATIVI
tauac. oldest in the contest. With one .K AJ4VKJ108T are complaining.A "This would enable Ghana to folk County Group 3
exception all the players are V9 42 decade ago cocoa was 50 Finance a sizable proportion of
over 50. K QJ965K107432 cents a pound, a record high. her seven-year development plan
Jill Although.tamlna) is an Important QI Big buyers In the industrialized without unduly resorting to for
tolm factor in an interna SOUTH (D) nations watched profits go eign aid," Foreign Minister Ko-;
tional championship this does A986J down. They got worried and jo Botsio told the conference.
not mean that the Britons will V AQ53 suggested some sort of agreement Pressure HeavyU. I

uo.me not be serious contenders. In S73 to stabilize prices at a S. delegates have recognized
the last European Championshipin lower level. Cocoa
growers, a call to go back to the: SI'fju
Baden-Baden, Germany, this aware that the boom wouldn'tast conference table and talk about,
team set a record by winning three hearts might have proved said an agreement mightbe cocoa prices, and they admit I
I'a all I 100 victory points out of a poselibl. more discouraging to North. a good Idea. But prices the political pressure Is hard to
102.However. Even so, the jump to six spadeswas plummeted before anything was resist.
Britain will I I be excessive. It Is a close done, :
The American line at this con
slightly handicapped I In the question whether he should not
I Official Still Angry ference Is keyed to free trade
u Olympiad by the form of the have bid four
spades or five
"We were enjoined by the consumers and lower tariff barriers. It is
ate event: the last two days will spades. I
to leave things to market pinning its hopes on negotiations
Nil// :, be the crucial ones, with the Konstam won the club leadIn "
forces, recalls Zanna Buk- beginning next month in
ate j leading four teams in the qualifying dummy, and ruffed a club. I
ar Dipcharima, commerce min. the General Agreement on Tar
stage battling out a serai- He ruffed a heart in dummy,
final and final. and led a spade to the ace,
a' One of the British veterans is collecting the king. Another
88-year-old Kenneth Konstam. small heart was ruffed and the
erto World champion back in 1955, spade queen was cashed, leaving .
he holds the record for appear. this position: - -- -- -
antes in European championships A low diamond was led from
IDbe He has missed only four dummy, end-playing West, who
ben of 18 post-war events. was forced to give declarer a
Ith la-Year-Old Game vital trick In hearts or clubs
The deal shown, today was It does not detract from Kon
h.1 played by Konstam some 30 stam's fine play to point out
..1I years ago In a London rubber that West could have defeatedthe
bridge game. He has always contract by discarding his
II been an optimistic bidder and ,diamond king on the spade
in this case the combination of a 'queen
light opening bid and excessive NORTHA
I
enthusiasm by his partner led 10 uTr --
to a contract that was more v-
than optimistic. A 10 4 2A
1ltt South's hand fulfilled the requirement J8
ttr of 2'/4 honor tricks WEST EAST
laid down by the textbooks of A AV -
the day for an opening bid KJ10 V III
More Important were the valueof K QJ98SAK107
bidding the spade suit quick. -
J ly, the attacking value of a SOUTH
d 5-4-3-1 distribution, and the easy A9SV
I rebid North in hearts AQ FAMOUS MANUFACTURER OVERPRODUCES! J.M. FIELDS SCOOPS-UP
was not unnaturally ex 873A

e I and cited first-round by his enormous controls spade in all fit Neither side- was 'vulnerable ENTIRE STOCK FOR HALF THE REGULAR PRICE! YOU SAVE 50%

the other suits. His cue-bid of The bidding:
three clubs was a clear-cut South West North East
s I lam invitation confirming 1 A 2 A 3 A Pass
spades as trump. South desperately 3 A 4V 64 Pass '/2 PRICE2 PRICE2 PRICE
,Jj tried to put on the brakes Pass Db!. Pass Pass
:: by rebidding spades, although Pass
on the actual hand a rebid of West led the four of clubs.


.*., New 'Hard' Space Suit 2SC 4BC aBc


Now Being EvaluatedHOUSTON

COMP. VALUE TO 59' COMP. PRICE TO 98' COMP. PRICE TO 2.49
Tex. (AP)-Space- Ing the torso or limbs causes
age tailors, in putting togethera pressure changes throughout the -. I .
revolutionary spacesuit, have uit. r
a
used technology which smacks Univeriial joints allow movement ?
I rr
of Buck Rogers and King Arthur in nearly any position a
with a touch of Hans human body can assume : I r
t for the shoes. r 1 @ 1 I .
Brinker
Dutch Shoes PrototypeThe "
1a I
The Manned Spacecraft Center II I .
shoes actually were de- 1 I 1 II I I
announced yesterday its engineers II
signed from a pair of wooden I I I :
space suit are-one evaluating that is made a new of Dutch shoes provided by the a OVAL WASTE BASKET: 11 QUART PAIL 5 SEC. CUTLERY TRAY I3:: Pc. MIXING BOWL SET SERVE 'N' ::12 QT. LOW BOY PAIL

aluminum but is said to be Netherlands government. a o..II..w.IO" Stunfy.a.p..,.. c F.aar.r.r..nd C.Iorfd.chop; 48c I fuMtIftyd. Dun.bk Ralproor, SSe :
Robert Steele, head of the advanced 28c 28 48CI 1i I' ..
.
mobile and comfortable. technology section of r "hgh1M. .aN"hp II .torn*.Standard tfo.1 I i I proof.Pour ipovt.Decorated I-pc. '. Eavhslan. r
"constant -
call it
volume Engineers, rigid, articulated a an- the Systems Manned Division Spacecraft, said,Center : Ia / :
"we
...::
thropomorphic protective suit, keep three things in mind whenwe I
"hard suit" for short. i! :
or go after a suit: I 1'r l
Earth Pressure DuplicatedUntil "Safety comfort and mobili 1a l ..- .
ar
now, pressure suits have ty. I I 1 I . ,
,
been made of fabric and rubber Steele said the suit being I I '.ryeI .0

the combinations.hard suit is One it can feature be pressurized of- tested particular was space not designed flight. "This for any is 5 QUART PAIL II GlUT SIZE DUST PIN ROUND DISH PAN I:I I Oral Basket JUMBO 120 QT.- BABY BATH URalt.dnmfa :

r to more closely dupli- strictly an advanced concept . Haa.........;. 2 Be 1a knpai.lyn.Hgh 28 c Dtar).it mutant, yfl 8d I I t W cate atmospheric conditions on he said "but we think It has .....Mmt......... I ....1.....s... .......loot chip proof I: .. 4 8 ICIetIh.lh.; .. %
earth.In good potential for use on the 1r II I c"I r

I this solid suitreminiscentperhaps of the knights moon's He said surface.the suit" won't r 0,.;;: I
'\ of armor snag 1i -
of old-normal arm and leg or tear like more conventional i :10JUIBO I
11 movements will not cause pressure suits might. 'Iii I r
changes Inside the suit. In Because of Its bulk, the hard : iij :

most conventional suits, bend- suit ned would only for most use likely outside be don-a l/ r : I 1I I II I Ira

spacecraft the moon or a 2 QT. DECANTER 1a I SALT STEPPER SET BREAD FRESHER :: SIZE DISH PAN I 12 QUART PAIL

Winter HavenDelinquent other Despite planets.Its PMwr-dwortar ..wZQC E.tre....,......Lepe 48 c I I I' Fr.h "rhi.. 48cI s...,"... I Iwl9ht. DurobM.."..,. 88*
I-, Tax lard suit is not appearance meant to, provide the ..-.,..-...... 28c"; ==. ............ ........ I .......UnIorM'aLIe. .H.d. I Laryhd..ai, .

hi armor against meteoroids, : '
: :
but experts feel it will offer at i Ii! QT.
List ReadiedWINTER 'east as much protection as I 1 I
lET
fabric suits, possibly more. E II 1 I'e- :
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The tax II
HAVEN S40
I I
0 list on delinquent personal and advertised prop. Florida Court 1 I I I I Ili 1 I I !:=
will be posted
erty next Wednesday, accord Asked To Put .. 5 QT. UTILITY" BASIN SET OF 6 TUMBLERS VEGETABLE BINKttebfl9k :Crystal Clear Candy Box 35 QT. : i

ing to the city tax department.estate Nixon On Ballot . .aiti4.M4IW28c'1 DitwntwrMf) ...lM.K ; cL iM.EatytoclM .., 48d I' HaI_....., 48cI M..yW""' I I ...pIeeIIt.
hi n taxes These became taxes delinquent and rial April I; ) (. kf..l,bwlpnof. 8 I I eendyhnhid..n, pet"III.h_ .

JI' 1. Cost of advertising as well TALLAHASSEE (AP) The The Ultimate in Unbreakable Polyethylene i
v as interest will have to be paid. Florida Supreme Court was 'tL/ Hampers
by those not paying their personal asked to order former vice president i
property tax before the Richard Nixon be listed on
deadline, officials said the May 26 primary ballot as
n Further those who have not the presidential choice of a slate [CLOTHES HAMPERS
f' paid after advertising will be of Republican national convention -
arm Subject to a levy on their prop : delegates.The !
erty. Officials said delinquentreal court scheduled a hearing I
0 estate taxes will also be April 20.Nixon. aI
advertised in the near future was the choice of a Cleans perfectly with a damp clothl

and be subject to the additional slate of pledged delegates head- Colorfast! Chip-proof and dent-proofl] Et 1
I ed by St. Petersburg lawyer Anthony /
la'/une, according to present Battaglia. But at Nixon'irequest : Rust-proof! Will not mildew! Durable, yet 2 BBs

II'I'V.er' schedule sold on ,all tax delinquent certificates propertytaxes. will be Adams junked Secretary the of slate.State Tom j I I light to carry. Wondersoft finish is :

Battaglia brought suit Tuesday QUALITY DISCOUNTS mar-proofl!
en', -___ contending that Adam I II
CONTRACT violated the constitutional righof I
SIGN DISCOUNTS

COLOMBO organization, Ceylon (signed AP-I, there those was on no the provision slate, because unde r LAKELAND.: U.S. 92 East at Rose St. QUALITY.The slue.nly 'fuaranK.d"'. mo..rI I That nth' ,eertags iv.yw q..r.ate.d h.hM

The an agreement CARE yesterday to supply . Florida law for their names tc OPEN M.., fin fat, 10-10; Svriay Nee te 7 P.M. t e *" "" ALWAYS.iER EVERY DAY.
Itt million worth 01 f be removed.
$S
! Ceylon in the next I 2 i He sought an order either restoring
noP flour and milk distribution te, the slate pledged to Nix
\I months for free and medical I ion or allowing the slate to go 01 I
school children lUte ballot unpledged.
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By JIM BECKER i NickUus. the year-old Ohio.; player In the field of 96 who csi n Open q 20 Thursday, Apra !, 1964 "
AMociated Pr... Sports Writer Golden Bear who is the youngest hit the ball far enough to get Ito I t the 44-year-old '! ,
AUGUSTA G.. (AP-Nearly winner ever was a 4.1 the top of the hills that loon i had the best j jf I
lOll of golfs greatest players choice to repeat-something no up In front of nearly one hal 66 on Tuesday.
teed off today in the 28ih Mas. Masters winner ever has done the holes. Nicklaus r iM ;
ten Tournament over the Augusta Golfs longest driver, Nick. Course Gone his toughest ., ,r. '91's yt Reason's Finale raday'DETROIT
National course that days laus has the length to handle the The other pros have com. Palmer
of steady rain have turned into nearly 7.000 water.logged yards plained the course's roll Is goni
a li'nks built for two-defending of the course that Bohby Jones and it will take plenty of sun BUYS
champion Jack Nitklaut andthreetime designed !shine and wind to bring it bad k: Euros won

winner Arnold Palm, I I Palmer 34. winner in 1958. before the tournament end Sunday Greensboro
er I9f0) and l2! Is the only other,, Nicklaus has t

I er tournament none, but 411
LARRY SHERRY
I '" ,and fourth on

"' I Top prize at i o yet '
'T lusually 20000
By JACK SLAYTON
(based
on gate
I the (1000(10 I Ledger Sports Editor
Nicklaus Larry Sherry, hero of the 1959 World Series for the [I.IY I

__Open (Angeles Dodgers, will be a Detroit Tiger for 1964
Tony Lema I The Tigers this morning announced they had purchased the
T relief hurler from the Los Angeles Dodgers for
r nerup last )' I rwaM.a. righthanded an
ten winner unannounced sum of money and outfielder Lou Johnson cur
South Africa rently on the Syracuse roster Johnson will be assigned to one
threats to his of the Dodger minor league clubs

C To make room for Sherry, -

}. I George Smith, who hit 533 for purchase for Manager solves pressing Charley Ores prob.lem .

(the Tigers In spring training sen-a good relief pitcher.
i I has been assigned to Tiger Terry fox has been handicapped -
FINGER.TIP BASEBALL Now York M.H cotch.r JIM I Mown. Smith hit 216 for thiTigers by a sore arm this
} tv (Even Gander hoi the boll finer b.lonc.d end (I ppmf owoy 01 Money in 52 last summer spring and his other hurlers are
Jiminos of Hi* K,,,... dry Athletics .t.... to slide for homo and +I" games question marks.
...... .t St. FoHnburf.Pi 1 and .225 for Syracuse In Detroit have
a scene In the sixth lenine of yoitorrfay was to closed
With
W.rophoto), Sherry was moved up to the here today-weather permitting
I Dodgers In the 1951 season. Tomorrow they will hold a light
I 1 ST LOUIS Against the Chicago White workout at Henley Field and
(Francisco LEAGUE ROUNDUP Sox In 1151, he pitched In all on Saturday they will fly to
Basketball of the four Dodger victories, Charlotte N.C., for an exhibition
with St. Louis in '' got credit for two wins himself game with the Minnesota
battle /'Phils Find Star and saved the other two Twins The two teams will plat

I taking the games In 196, he enjoyedhis again In Knoxville Tenn on
Hawks was I best major league season Detroit its
American
[ Sunday opens -
tVEUT HOLI A WATER HAZARD Th,.. hardy tens staid in a p.vnnf nin .,,4 lurvryttr "Thurmond He
record
with a 14-18 League schedule in
o ..m .f ...... ru"ninf .e.*.. the lint t* nrty .f the io.kt4 ....|...t. NIM| Golf C...... InAufUit fense, offense In 57 54 of Tiger
pitched Stadium on Tuesday with the
I .. G.., y..,..4.,. Th. mile ce..... *>.! cbltd t. *..etieo fir th. M...... T...,,,.....,, I Warrior Coach them In relief games same Kansas City Athletics
which started today but ... oihibiton ..*"( .... tchtdul for 0 pop.1 adjocont court Ml* after his club In I Rookie AllenBy
his Dodger career the
During
I
.r not CAP Wirophoro) Hawks 111.109.Series.
. .
relief ace won 34 and lost 25 Major League

II The victory in 10 with the and saved 38 games He had Club
Donkey Softball MURRAY CHASS 2x9 Then games To MoveTo
I Division - Press Sports Writer(Phils at 'the end of the season an earned run average of 3.48,

1It'1"lie'' Game Tonight I,offs at two Richie Allen of Wampum he hit .292. I Last year, he was 2.6 for the Atlanta

BARTOW A donkey-base.ball turned: the I ., promises to be a lucrative Aliens home run Wednesday: World Champions with an earn-
game for the benefit -1 age: to the I for the Philadelphia Phil- was only one of many that dom ed run average of 3.71. Sherry ATLANTA (AP-An unidentified -
The next 1, in their bid for greater!inated exhibition baseball action major league baseball
the uniform fund of the Harlow is 62 and weighs 205 pounds.
Polk Football in San I this season. Cleveland got three of team has agreed on a long.
presents a team will Boys be held tonight with the teams The Phils expect the 22-year- them in trouncing San Francisco He's right handed all the way. term lease of a proposed new
League -
at 8 clock at Bartow (Louis Sunday Allen to end their six.year' 14-4 for the first time In 10 This spring he pitched In stadium In Atlanta, a city official '
baseball ir needed. will for a regular third base spring games I II five games and 19 Innings announced
seersucker jacketso city The Bartow park Lions Club and West Coast I Based on Allen spring Willie Mays was' struck on the with an earned run averageof Arthur Montgomery their

Bartow Jaycees will participate \ Boston can I . the Phils may I right wrist In an attempted 179. man of the Atlanta.Fulton! County .
In the contest with all ern Division up with even more than piikoff throw In that game and, In the '59 Series he hurled Recreation Authority. laid
light proceeds going to the grid when the Celtics t may be sidelined until Saturdayor 12 2/3 Innings, allowed only Wednesday the lease would cov
team uniform fund. AdmU- meet in Boston Seventh Homer Sunday I eight hits and had an earned er at least II years
Ion Is $1 for adults and 50 their series. 3-1 The right.handed slugger Julian Javier two-run horn run average of 0.71. For partof Montgomery said Identit of
handkerchief cents for children. Thurmond I his seventh home run\er in the eighth gave St the '59 season he was 7.2 the team would be withheld until .
your game, but I increased his runs batted Louis a 5." victory over the I with an earned run averageof the 1464 season ends He added
tower's ankle i total to 23 Wednesday as New York Yankees while pinch 2.!1.Sherry. that the ball club had
him the 6.foot- trampled the Losngeles hitter John Goryl gave Minnesota for 30. lease
seems heavy! Dupree Named will fly from Los Angeles pressed a year
entered and Dealer"e: Dodgers 114. lie had a 5." triumph over Houston I to Detroit and join the Montgomery said that a veur
GAINESVILLE IJl-Fullbftl'k, !pulled In I 13 hiss and four RBIs and is,with a two-run homer- 'In the team Monday at Detroit. tllsI round crash program would begin
Larry Dupree of MacClcnny will utes far the team leader in both!,'ninth. next week to get the stidi-
captain I rJorida's 1964 football Ulll Baltimore crushed Cincinnati I I um ready for the 1965 season
team. His selection was announced Thurmond As a rookie for Arkansas In gal, the Chicago Cubs. nipped The authority hopes to utica
at the university's an Chamberlain I[ International League last Boston 7-8 in 11 Innings the Syracuse Plays i iI professional football too
nual all'sports banquet Alternate points and I Allen led all hitters with/New York Mets downed Kansas Knoxville SmokiesTwo 1 1I
captains will be named to push the triple, 33 homers 97 RBI City 119 and Milwaukee beat I

from game to game. I 100 lead with 2: 299 total bases. He. batted. I Washington 52. ._ _._ I Detroit Tiger farm. Softball Umpires
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Louis made -- In action tomorrow
_ -I St - clubs will be
Mints by Bob afternoon, game time will Sought By CityThe
4nbv. MORTGAGE fHA LOANS VA Beaty closing I probably be about I p.m., Lakeland City Park

FIR! MORTGAGE CORP :lose.In shots In Barker Will Coach ; when the Syracuse Chiefs of and Recreation Departmentis
International
Of FLORIDA'Stuviei I onds by Cliff the Class AAA seeking umpires (o offict
Guerin went I League tangle with the Knoxville
is GUll IUONSIS softball
Its games
.. } ate many
nee PLrdA. AM Smokies of the Class AA
fh.n. MU 111 IM.I.fK Pettit paced ] I this summer
joints. Sally League All interested imp I Ire I
>t Santa Fe FootballBarker The two Tiger farms will ., should contact George Toy at
be at Field
I playing Henley the Teen Midway office Urn
for the next week before they plres will handle *\\I variety
I
av 1 I of lus- depart for their league openers of games, fast pItch slow
I JACK FLOWERS \ a graduate
By later this month. Exhibition '
,
Assistant Sports Editor culum College, Greenville, games will Involve those pitch and women contestGrapefruit

Jack Barker, former Lakeland! Tenn., was backfield coach two clubs and other major
High School coach will, and head basketball coach at I j league farm teams in the I League
School
lakeland Senior High
officially named head foot *, Th. A HM'.totf ...M
uYa"I I Catho before moving to Eau Gallie llAQUi
r coach at Santa Fe aru.'I I NATIONAL ,
A L'v ftJ A High School in the near fu. I I He tutored the Dreadnaught I I' I rra W ss, V"TV.C.CJ' filli hr woo..
i, grid bucks from 1951 to I960 ,..... u I .TCI m"i",. ii 11I ..,le.
I(Redskin Owners :. k'. 14 r ...* H...... 19 11 ....
lie was the head Lakeland I Mo." I. C ..ztL* 10 II
Santa Fe athletic director POD,., II Au1w
I for five season before EAN1,1505as
[ announcement Mack unofficially last night made at I I cage man John (Sonny) Powell Reject Offers I:" It AMa. &a. ,..IttWMhIt. ..' w.a II L ,.htCne ....
took over In 1955-Sd I II . II I* .5430.1 "u .Itoh
palm, eacA dinner honoring the Crimson I Barker also guided Junior, WASHINGTON (AP-Wash]: .',. I II* It II ,.woe'...'......... a 5 II II ..:.117NV .aoaLA
basketball team which baseball teams mgton Redskins officials, aftera I ..ia II ..,5rc,5n5..w.. ..uZtwt
American Legion M
I. .i i. '
4' second in the State .r .... ..._ .
two-hour huddle, announced M w and nnduN o t.
ZEPHYR WEIGHT to state championships in 19,44and : ....... ......" awnM '...u.
C basketball playoffs 1955.Barker. Wednesday that all\ offers to .......I .r ".0" ..>"...
I The dinner was at the Red purchase the National Football WIDNItDAV. KIVUkTII .
is in the midst of the Laun I " VMS tAl.
[ Restaurant on West U.S. :spring football prartue at Eau League club were rejected. ,c.:; .v IN.14) .T.San niton....ti ....M. 4.
klley s'T Highway '2. Members of the had 1.. Cow lM 'A'' I. Hawa.. .Cell 1tUkurvk
Officials said they
J 1 Gallia and will not assume his noj...... Vwa INI 11. ....... C," a.. .
I team were Intro new duties until next fall. further comment. I Ih.Ma. U, Leo An..... ,NI, 'Ar.
t and treated to a steak The coming season will be Previously two $7 million of'.. II .... An"ala> (N) .I' I.
v ..... ..
with all the trimmings II I the first for football at Santa(fern for the club had been reported -M..''n""...._. 5. Cw.c H..ttan...w 1.MIwauY .
No awards were presented 5s W..h.n.'n ITOMOAItOW'
SeersuckerSportcoats Fe. The Crimson Hawks will, One was from a group I OEM[{
will be presented later,I in the newly organized'''headed by George L. Ohntrom Oath, WOo C...... (NI.. .
compete Cn.anaN woo CkOC4l. tal .t hob.wN.tll.
Santa lee annual sports;'East' Bay Conference It also!of The Plains Va., and the VuCMd.M
dinner There was no,( er from Harry G. Sells, w.Jn..n WOo.MaN._",.noo_,.
will be the first conference competition VMS IA) at ttt\
by speaker Ed Cain of ra j athletic oth-I l.lM.r.al* (n.tftt).
Fe attorney
for any Santa ington H.I".uk.. WOO MwMM >t Cm.
.. station WLAK was mailer tteturO.. .t CUttU
ceremonies. The dinner was team _- .syndicate. t. =- _, Ih"-'P5iTl.nw!. _-

3 ant>32eac/i>Company Ugh. n Club.by the Dr John Santa Stan Fe! Will

Is president of the Boosters I Houston Colts Wear Black

are fashioned from a fabric blend of Dacron This ii on awful picture ol o Volkiwogtn at the I
Barker was a guest
polyester and cotton. Cool? The coolest t It's lust not uiV Armband In Of Umbricht
\ don't go in much for trading bOIl More than 65 people were in I! Memory
WrlnUe-f! In its performance?Remarkably jamborees| or osiorttd powwows. to hear Coach Mack ,
Moyb II', because we don I quite first
the
sol! Practical Wash or dry dean, aj yon pre Ih'lytom. coach Barker of'Santa as Fe foot HOUSTON (AP-The Houston The Chicago native underwent until the end and said he was

fer. Fashion! -right? Of 'ourse-It' tailored W'yo nev.r figured out why they ,' I Colts will wear black armbands ) surgery a month before determined to get back into uniform -
the baseball season started last ,
once soles on brand new cart Presently Barker is serving, during the National]
by the famous ;; with and made a remarkable
,7VriwryMnf year Fine
If (here are can left over tvtry ytor athletic director and head League baseball season in mem' Competitor
the exclusive "Contour Collar" to assure a to many in the font plact coach at Eau Gallie(,,ory of Jim Umbncht I I comeback with a 4-3 record Colt General Manager Paul
And how com the price goes School. He initiated the I The big right.handed relief| During the second half of the.Richards said Umbncht was
perfect fit I In the neck and thoulder area Comein though the cart or* still brand cowl program) for the Class pitcher died Wednesday of can! 1963 season he was one of the I"one of the finest competitors
and How don the poor guy who bought I Commodores this past sea|cer 13 months after it was dial j National Leagues leading relief -jl've i I ever known on or off a
Zephyr Weight cportcoatsin
today try on pitchers with a 261 earnedrun baseball field."
wk !fool! about hit wtk prius' covered. He was 33. )I
average for 76 Innings while!'i Colt officials
said the
your favorite of the peanon'a newest How can a dalr keep enough ports I playerswill
in 35
appearing games wear black
arm bands on
seersucker slripings. See our bit selection of when they all hoop changing? Russ Kemmerer a former)I opening day and the remainder
How con a mechanic keep track of teammate now with Houston's'of the season.
TfaAt.ftMnt* alacks styled to perfectly color- doing' Oklahoma City firm club will Last year. operation involved

coordinate with this sporttoat.MEN'S It toll very' confuting give the eulogy at funeral services -,what doctors called a rare but
Eitherw* r*way behind th*hme.Or I Friday afternoon. The body lethal "black mole" tumor, a

will be cremated. 'form of cancer which suns
DEPARTMENT Colt Manager Harry Craft
with a black mole on an arm
Coach Luman Harris infielder or leg
Sport Coat Only 35.00 Bob Lillis and pitcher Ken I The disease began to appear
ROSS son will fly to Houston JOhn'l I in the chest area last season but

Slacks , only 12.95 SLEEPING BAG CAMP STOVE Colts Cocoa, Fla spring Umbricht and Colt officials kept
6.99 Up) All All Good Siliction GiKfit ing camp for the services the development a closely
UNIVERSITY SHOP LAKELAND MOTORS Types Cemp CoN 6Mtttttttn .* 6V AlcoholVET'S Houston's scheduled exhibi- guarded secret
lion game Friday with Milwaukee The cancer continued to
STUDENT SIZES II TO 42 at Cocoa was canceled I and
spread
29gs1.9.bsa 1500 W. Memoriol Bird Umbricht. who
, SURPLUS STORE '
lonsi
George Klrksey Colt execu!weighed 210 pounds and stood

.....T.M.tofcH 1 S.r..4 iKwmM' "Polk County's Only Authorized; 519 N. Florida Ave lakeland, Flo Ph. MU 2.1805 live vice president said Urn,'8-4. entered the hospital again
hrlttit remained in good spirits I March 18
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1 LAKELAND LEDGER Thursday. April I, 1K4 21

Writers Pick Yanks PASWAHQ 4 5grly+a! -

I :SouthernGolfrs, Natters

N p'F i
29 ASl '31W5 !
I F tt e wy iSchedule Matches On Road

Dodgers To US6ft
j I RepeatBy WEIGHT Jllx. ?

H'toHt :, Florida Southern College's golf These boys are student first and

MIKE RATHET voting in The Associated chance of the : ( ,1 and tennis team visit enemy athlete second."
pennant Dodgers, h'r11,,,. ,
territory tomorrow and Saturday nice
-
; Associated Pm. Sports Writer annual pre'season Press'I I Giants and Cardinals were reflected With Its full team ef six ,
The Los Angeles Dodger will The voting Indicates the in a tight vote that left 'P'i REACH when the Moccasin netters Florida South) beat Stetso)

:! gain win the National League en will nip the Giaats and,only 300 points separating the T6 In : 77-,In.CHIST -I here three weeks ago %5-%.
pennant after a tight three-way Cardinals becoming the first team after they drew tome Team captain Scudder Gray
I struggle with San Francisco National League champion to 7,500 in the balloting on the ba ,NORM I I C and then travel to ValdocU. Ga., heal, Bud Hersey and Dick Dor-
and St. Louis while the New l4iM to engage the Rebels of Valdosta man are the senior unable to
repeat since Milwaukee in 1957- ale I of 10>> point for a first-place 40 In ,
State on Saturday, The FSC
York Yankees still make the trIp. John Eames a
run another 5S At the same time the Yankee vote nine for second: etc.
American CHIST ERPAh... linksters Journey to DeLand tomorrow member of last year's Junior
League pennant up will be emphasizing their The Dodger edged the Giants tj
the flag pole with considerable supremacy over Minnesota and for the top spot by only one first a 42tn, 43. Jm; Conference for a Florida match Intercollegiate with varsity will make the trip along
with freshman Grover Math-
eaae.- Chicago en route to their fifth place vote and a mere 62 points,
Thafs the authored for WAIST the Hatters of Stetson University sophomore David Grimes
script consecutive American League The Dodgers were named the eney
the 1964 season by the 294 pennant top team on 102 ballots and r 33ft, 32 In. and Junior Don Richard
sports writers and broadcasters, The mixed opinions about the drew 2,634 points. The Giants The Southern tennis team, 2.6I -,... ....". QuaN-----
received 101 first-place votes fOREARM I xd I for the season has only four

and 2,572 points. twin' 13 'In12in : > (Imatches remaining before the WrestlingWINTER
The Cardinals without Stan '84 finale April 24-21 at the Cape

Mocs Dolphins Musiat for the first time In 22 "f FIST f i Coral Invitational Tournament,

years, nevertheless receivedsolid 13 In. Tomorrow's encounter with HAVEN
support with 52 firstplacevotes : e Mercer win be the first meeting -
; and 2.318 points.In CALF between the two team ARMORYSAT

the American League the I 14 in. 15 in. this! year, but FSC and Vafdos- NIGHT, 8:30 P.M.
Open 3-Game SetF Yankee reemphasized the respect ta split a two-match series
they command The Yankees BICEPS earlier In Lakeland FSC winning 4 BIG

rolled up 205 firstplacevotes 1fn. 14 r in.; r the second match 5-4 after -MATCHESrI' -
and 2,82 points 1 having lost the opener 1-3.
I Southern College'srampaling vllle last year which spoiled
That was some 400 points The Moc linksters, under first- TitoCARREON
baseball team will their
chance for a league .
more than Minnesota's homerhitting year' coach Hat Waters are 3-1 '
ink its teeth into more Florida championship The Dolphinswere
Twins, who grabbed 3$ in dual match competition and
Intercollegiate Conference ac one ef only two teams AND
tion tomorrow and Saturday to best the Mocs In a three- votes for the top spot and :2 375 I TALI OF THI TA'I Hr *r* the cempemsive facts bout light ti<*vrwight chimpionWilll have done very well In both the John HEATH

when they host the Dolphins of game stand In 13 play. points. The Chicago White. Son P..t..n. and cko. *.M., Grtgorie Ptralta eke *r* Kli4iiM ta met Ur the title In New Miami Invitational and Cape
Jacksonville University in a Ken Murphy tall Clearwatersophomore finished third with 28 first place Orleans tomvrrt nigh. LAP Wlrtphoto) Coral tournaments Southern fin- Clash In Tag Team
ballots and 2,178 points fished sixth out of a field of It
three game series. All action has been tabbed for Motch Against
will take at Field The predicted final standings: colleges and universities at the
place Henley mound chores tomorrow.
with tomorrow's single game Directing an entire veteran American League Olson Rates Title Miami event. In the Cape Coralournament. Don
New York Chicago FSC finished "
sev- WHITTLER
getting underway at 3:15: p.m. nine from behind the plate will
and the two Saturday contests be Darrel Fulton. At first base MinnesotaChicago nth out of 10>> competing schools AND .
starting at 2 will be Jim second Only four members of the var- '
p.m. Hardee base Tom BRADLEY
Coach Hal SmelUly's fast Ron James third base Buster Detroit Signs ,Fight 'A TossUp'NEW ally golf team will tra/el to De-
Baltimore .and Three of the regular team Chief
charging team got a sizeable Hardy, and at shortstop Frank I
Cleveland members all seniors, are failing -
Oktavec.In .
bite out el FIC competition LITTLE BEAR
when they swept a three-game the outfield will be Bob Boston I ORLEANS (AP)-Bcbc The six-foot challenger, who behind In their studies and II -vs.
series from Stetson Universitythis Lee left field; Joel Ledlow,' Los Angeles MinosoBy Olson said today he rate the has broad shoulders and spindly as a result will be unable tomake Don HARTNETT
past weekend. center field and either Huebneror Kansas City ,Willie Pastrano Peralta legs scaled 18% when he the trip.

The Moccasins 8-4 for the newcomer Fred Mayer in WaahingtonNational I light heavyweight title tight drubbed Pastrano in a non.title Coach Waters announced today Pepp PEREZ ]
and 3-0 In right field. League By TIlE ASSOCIATED PRESS a toss-up "unless weight-makng 0-rounder at Miami Beach last "it would be nice to go to
season, are now hitting league the competition ball Los Angeles Minnie Minoso a year-old) has weakened Peralta""That's Sept 20 He weighed 178% and tetson with a full team complement Te Wrestle f'rE'Sip.

at a 246 clip Off to a slow San Francisco graybeard who possibly has I the big if In my 18OJ,4< when he outpointed Cal but a vanity victory Is a Pat O'HARA

start with the wood the Moc MilwaukeeCincinnati St. Louis been shaving almost that long, mind," aid Bobo the former fornian Wayne Thornton on poor second to scholarship OM Other All Star Event
were able to gamer only three has survived baseball's unkindest middleweight king who want Nov. 15 and Jan. 24 to earn the

hits In their first 23 innings of Philadelphia cut. to fight the winner of Friday' title fight.Made/ Track Meet Slated -4 MATCHES-

play A steady defense plus Increasingly As the Chicago White Sox 5-round championship contest Wllhtpaltr.no TICK ITS ON SAIL ATTONYS
Pittsburgh trimmed their roster Wednesday .t Municipal Auditorium Rochelle High will host Union PHARMACY
has
good hitting car trainer
Chicago according to Academy of Bartow and Jewett IS FIFTH STRUT NW
ried Southern to seven win out to get down to the opening "It's harder to make weight Lou Gross, has made 175
Houston limit of 28 Mimwo and keep strength as High of Winter Haven at 3.:30 CY,wee 1.1)44
day was your you
of their last eight contests New YorkAbbott pound twice this week RinftU 2.00 C.n. A".... 1.50
signed to a contract for his Nth get older, said Olson! a light p.m tomorrow In a triangular
will limber
Big batsmen for the FSC Both fighter up
Negro track meet at the L. L.
season In the major leagues heavyweight contender at 33.
team have been Fred Peralta finishedhis WRESTLINGSAY
Mayer briefly today
(Nurmi) Nelson Field at Lakeland -
Generally presumed to be '
outfielder .384.: Ken Huebner Wins Around 17fPeralta boxing preparation Wednesday -
'I Senior High School
older than his announced 41,
pitcher-outfielder, 347: Darrel according to his han with two leisurely rounds
Minoso will be back for his
Fulton catcher, 269. Huebner lers, has been hovering around against sparmate Calvin Camp-
leads the heavy hitting with two Nassau Race third tour with the White Sox, 178 for days He has to make bell. Pastrano punched the bags\ MEN-----
his time outfielder
home runs, three triples and Y as a spare 175 pounds, at noon Friday. and did floorwork. !
and the club's No. 1 pinch-hit lH
two doubles "
HI feel 1 great said the Argentine I
ter. He had been working out
FSC will be out to avenge NASSAU Bahamas (AP-An through Interpreters -
with the White Sox as a free Win
a post season loss to Jackson- American driver Harold Abbott Til make the weight and III Ringlemans
is the new champion of the agent. be I came here to win \
strong
First Got Him In "SI Bernice and Norman Rlngle
I WARM WEATHER IS HERE
Miami-Nassau powerboat race, the title and that's what I am Carter
Senior LeagueRegistration The White Sox first acquired man slipped past Agnes
I but the British are coming Minoso from Cleveland In 1951, going to do"STARS and Eve !Spencer, 58.40, to take
English drivers, never before ultimately traded him back aft' I the Tuesday night
a serious threat in the eight- ADVANCE shuffleboard
1S57 partner
er the season, reacquired
A meeting of all boys Interested year old event surprised the him from the Indians following at the Civic Center choole.your.1
In playing In Lake 1v Americans Wednesday by pilot- the 1959 campaign and thri ST. PETERSBURG (AP) Before winning

land's Senior League baseball ing three of the first nine boats traded him to St. Louis in 1962,'Two seeded players, Ronald the winner eliminated Hilly
program this summer will be .p across the finish line. Last Minoso was at WashIngton Barnes of Brazil and Boro Jo- Grill and Edward Bush, 4-4-21.
held Saturday at 2 p.m. at Leading the way for the Brit year, hitting .229 in 109 games, vantc of Yugoslavia, I left the St. Carter and Spencer gained a
Dixieland elementary school. ishers was Max Aitken son ot While Minoso was added to Petersburg Masters Invitational shot at the title by romping over
The baseball program Is for Lord Beaverbrook of the London the three players were tennis. Barnes, No 5, was upset LydIa May Sommers and Harry
boys In the IS-ll age group. Express. He finished third five roster Tom by Nicola Tilic of Yugoslavia Ada my 75-3 In one other
Hoaglandand
cut-pitchers
Boys who played In the program FRANK OKTAVIC minutes behind Abbott.Disqualified. Bob Guzek and catcher Jovanovic No.4, defaulted be- match, Cries and Bush defeated
last summer are also cause of a thumb he hurt in J, E. Norton and Pearl Chap)
.
. MM Sh rtt, Gary Mykkanen. II
requested to attend the registration Two brothers, R. E. and C. E The New YorK Meta surprise car door. man. 43-2 .

session. Birth certificates Gardner of Sussex finished by cutting first baseman BU
will be needed for the
FOUR WINNERSMIAMI fifth but were disqualified for Nasa, picked off the Los Angeles
registration.Plans missing a checkpoint Roland Dodgers' roster! last winter
call for a regular season (AP) Walter Blum Watts of High Wycombe was : In a special National League SHOP FRIDAY AND MONDAY

play plus tourney play. rode four winner at Culfstream ninth. The Earl of Lucan was draft designed to aid the Mets 'TIL 9 P.M., LAKELAND

Registration and tryouts will and moved eight ahead of Ray in second place for a time before and Houston Colts Haas hit ,322
also be held April 18 and Ap- Broussard In the jockey race. Ms boat broke down. 'in exhibition games.

ril 25. Blum's score is 39 winners It was a race that offered a The Mets also cut outfielder

true test of man and boat An I Duke Carmel, infielder Pumpsle

18-knot wind Just under the velocity Green and pitchers Dick Selma
Water Mocs Face that would have brought 'and Ron Locke. I

craft warnings and cancellation I -
small Other players cutNouatonPitchers I
I of the race kicked up Jerry Mo-

seas three to five feet high. rawskl and Jay Dahl outfield I
Spartans SaturdayFlorida One boat sank another capsized 'ers Ivan Murrell, John Paciorekl : QfN...
while being towed by a and Howie Goss and infielder
Coast Guard vessel and 13 others Ernie Fazio. /

Southern College'screw days by besting American International in a field of J5 were disabled I New York Yankees-Pitcher!I Want to know the coolest, smartest
swings back Into action College of Springfield In the rough 162.nautical Tom Metcalf, outfielder Elvw
Mass. Last weekend In mile crossing. and catcher Bill Mad-| weather
Saturday after a week's respite Jimenez way to top off your warm
Jacksonville FSCs fast moving
old racing
Abbott 45 year
from rowing competition when den.
they host the Spartans of Tam eight beat a big "'.%" IMpound ( skipper and fishing boat captain Milwaukee Pitchers Ron wardrobe We have the correct answer

pa University on Lake Holllngs- Dolphin hull by II sec for millionaire sportsman Ogden Piche, Frank Funk and Dan I A :x '

worth'i 9/10 mile sprint course ends Phipps of New York, moved up Schneider for you . with an elegant new collec-
The vanity race is scheduledfor The Tampa race will be the from third place in the homestretch Philadelphia Pitcher Gary! /

an "Are you ready? Ready hardest test to date for the: to win In the elapsed Kroll and first baseman Costen) { tion of featherweight straws. Dress up

all !I" at 1 with the young shell. Capt. Bill Dicks of time of 4 hours 54 minutes 50 Shockley.Dreadnaughts.
Junior-row varsity eight pm competing Orlando senior is the elght'a only seconds. _____ t or casual you'll find the latest styles

completion of the varsity Caught At Finish i ,
upon race. Should Southern post their, Driving the Ford-powered 31- and colors . imported Macoras . .
sixth straight victory the Water
A large crowd i is expected to foot Bertram Rumrunner Ab .... braids distinctive
Mocs would seem to be fairly dashing imported .
of and
first
line the northwestern shore bott passed Aitken
well assured of their first tripto ,
beautiful lake to witness then caught Dick Bertram, Miami VieTomorrow Golf Putters in
the the Dad Vail Regatta since, Manatee I Allied over Panamas . all trimmed and bandedin
best milesfrom
state's
two of the sunshine : boat builder two
I9W To qualify for the championship
crews pit their skill and stamina of small college rowing . the finish line. 15 DIFFERENT STYLES . the breeziest, newest ways.

against one another in Philadelphia on May 9, Phil McKeown of New York I for the deciding stroke
The big Tampa oarsmen, ; and Jim Wynee of Miami drove
Southern must win half ort\
practically the same eight that a Volvo powered Formula to priced Adam Straws 4.95. 5.95
races and place no I less than I specially
rowed to a thrilling second place fourth place 15 minutes behind BRADENTON Lakeland's
second in the state championship
finish in the state champion at Tampa on April 23. the winner Dreadnaughts will be after their YOUR CHOICE Mallory Straws 69510.00
ship race last year, are 4-2 for' third victory of the baseball season
the season. Coach Tony Jonaitis and second In Western Conference sale! 5.5)7 each

and his oarsmen have bowled competition when they
over Purdue University, La- clash with the Manatee Hurricanes Choose the putter hot belt tuiti you . Improve your I
College American University here tomorrow afternoon. gam*' Two-way models for right or left bonders. offblod -..r
Salle
and American Interns -. : time for the Western I putters. mallet Head gooseneck, *m.mollf| NO DOWN PAYMENT I Ia
Game
r-o-- ; I rocker sole modem and other . oil with floMront'top a& -
tional College. Losses were Conference tilt will be 4 p.m. I II groin' Lather gnp that virtually tllminatn club turning .,. UP TO SIX MONTHS TO PAY .w-...
small college Is M In loop play I
suffered to two top I Lakeland while strokingSpalding , USE YOUR BANK CREDIT PLAN
powers, Amherst Collegeof : and 1-S in Group 4 competition.
and Rollins Dreadnaughts return
Amherst Mass The
College of nearby Winter Park. Yx home April 17 to play the "Trophy" golf ballsif

week at Winter Park v Plant Panthers.
Last
the Spartans Iwt by only 1'j I Ronnie Baker will probably do perfect 800 to 12.86 doz. LAYAWAY-

to the highly regardedTars the hurling for Lakeland with
lengths 4.99
., .4'i 9i doing sale! down>
of Coach U. J. Bradley. 45 Bobby Gates or Mike Myers
after 2t years ol the catching CHOOSE NOW. A DEPOSIT HOLDS ANY
Bradley oldest Infield will be: Joe She I. Limited'quarxihn, . com orly and! Mv! Brilliant
Is the The
coaching crew 2b Larrell whit vulcanized' covers . light Imperfections In no MERCHANDISE YOU SELECT UNTIL NEEDED
coach of crew In the nut Ib, Hal Hunt, ; .
active
playdeluxe
United States today and his Willis, ss: Elwood DuVall 3b, way Impair

crews are always recognized' Mickey Penmngton, Ken Titus FRIDAY 'TIL 9 P.M.
OPEN
"Roll
as being among the top smallcollege and Robert Moore outfield. King" golf cart

crews In the country.
FSC Water MOCCIIIM have Umpires Hold compare at 21.99
vlctorielwithout
raced to a five defeat straight OpenIng II Meeting TonightThere sale! 15.998.n. I I 1

FSC Ihell
the
Cypress outdistanced Gardens Purdue and will be a meeting efan .,. get on now! Arijottobl! padded brackets, boll
easily In the men Interested In umpiringin tearing wheels' odiu, ,fobl, metal handle? and folding,
'- -- -
American Universities Garden I the Lakeland Dixie! : Boys not. Folds for itorag.

first annual Cypress I ., . League (1* 12): Pal met t. I
RIAOY TO GO The FUnd S* rtim C ll t W rw Meet Mass' Sporting Goods

crew Returning race. to Lake Hollings: wiN dash wick T....'* Umvcmty ... l.t.frf.f .t Ul. H.iliap.walk. .. League League(IS-1(11-14)) at and the Senior Teen ,

worth the very next day. in a I Hr Ik* Wells Men t.t reedy I. take elf en th., ,..c- Midway at 7:30.: SHOP WITH THE CONVENIENCE OF A 207 East Main Street
thelOCI! I ....... ......
driving rain storm pea a alert ee 54111. Lake H..i.. c. Th. crew, JiM A film will be shown and

left Amherst College In their. .....**, ......'.; Ill' !.*'..". N*. I; lea D*$..,, N.. 7; C.". plans for the coming seasonIn MAAS BROTHERS CHARGE ACCOUNT 10 fieri ef Qualify/ Service ,. MM in the Ukc'die Ants
wake. The following Tue Bill Wcks. N*. e/ K.r. Hock, H.. S; Pius JM,l.,. N.. 4; led the three Lakeland baseball ;

day Southern oarsmen victory notched in Ilv. I Nunn. He. 1; Del Mmm, .N.. 2; Craig Dy.. N.. 1. programs will be explained i I
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LAKELAND LEDGER Thur-day, April I. 1M4 ---=-- -

..- Key Cup I 1< h, :a CHIP


SPORTS OF THE TIMES



k : The Tiger sx PlayoffsTonight :, I "SHOTS

A Sunday tourney la on tap

for Cleveland Heights golfers

ClemsonBy with a mixed 2-baf tourney
From
scheduled. Golfer may makeup

their own foursome or

By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS check with the pro shop for

ARTHUR DALEY alone for the sidelines, boot. The Montreal Canadians and' pairings. Entry fee is SI
Chicago Black Hawks are favored -
while the supper after the
?f,<&t t!"* tCintr: leggin' the ball against his to advance to the Stanley affair wUl be an additional

SALISBURY N. C.-Frank leg."I've taken out f Cup finals with victories on $150 i . Ridge Pro-Am Assoclatlon' .
Howard Into football my quayterback + home Ice tonight. I
came Bobby Cage, and I tourney today was
Trom an Alabama cotton farm Both the Montreal-Toronto
to have been at Winter
finally reckon it's time to '
which he describes and the Chicago-Detroit series
as being the rascal back in the Haven Golf Club. Others:
put
three wagon greasln's from game. But I first ask him are tied 33. The final In the: April 18, Plant City; April 23,
Mobile." He also claims National Hockey League com Bartow.An .
what play he's call.
gonna
and not all his claims are to 'Can score from here petition will be in Chicago important combined

be believed outta there- that "1 barb git with 58AX' he says. PUTTY ANGLER Honey Huff of Lokolono! '.1.. .p tho eliminate Sunday night Detroit.If the Otherwise Hawks' ASS STRING Woltor Drl.for held ., the .trl'.'.". .' .1.' business meeting and golf
me a
on
wire fence ridin' a wildcatan' 'It won't work,' I say. atone .f 12 specks tho cooohr while flihlnfl Loio Porkar. She they will start Saturday night in lock bare ho tMsg 4 while fiihinf loko Perkor. The salter i .f tourney is upcoming next
at William
usln' a rattlesnake fora are'You too don't close have to the room.sidelines.You ...< Miitourl mtnnovt for bait end flaked sit of WIIII,,. Brothon either Montreal or Toronto. lit For HMO ow1 Minoyrl wlnnowi for kit ...* fished' eel. .' Thursday Hutcheson golf club for the L.

whip" Don't you dare use It. Bait end Fiihinf Cintor The Canadiens regular sea Williams Brothon Boit ...t Flihmf Cuts Polk County Women's Golf

He played a passel of football "I watch an', doggone if son titleholders will be bob Association. Finale for the

for the University of he don't call that li'l 01' play. stered by the return of Jean Bartow Duo Wins, Titles season will be April 30 at

Alabama and next season will The interference pulls out in HUNTINGAlligators : Beliveau their veteran center Bartow golf club. Glen

be his 34th as coach at Clem. front of the wingback and and captain. Big Jean hurt his Arven Country Club will holda

son. Anyone with that sort pulls the defense the wrong i i Lose : : knee in the fourth cup game In State Archery MeetBOYNTON May Day tourney for
and did not suit for the next
of longevity must have some way That Bobby Gage the uo women on May 5. Entry fee

thing Frank has plenty.He tailback he comes tearin' In I two. BEACH Ben P._ 12021 I S. Cut;.. J..n.. Is S3 and entries close May
,
Two To Play pins UII Nwnd m O.mvUIs
moved the Tigers into the the direction of the bench, 0''.
"
Walker of Bartow shot a score
upper echelon from minor comin' straight at me. Ain't Fear Of Man i Ralph Backstrom, a center, of 1815 to capture the amateurmen' .>....1.*..,,'t ITt CLAtt, II, W._,_. "Haula..'"_"Ft.- 3.Dr.. C. H. Dowel carded a
and Jacques Laperriere a a . Film (...... 141AMATBUH ,
WM
league status and has six got no tackler within a mileof freestyle title in the florida Sb 0t >aai r NUNS| ."-.tOW- .!. hole-in-one on the 100-yard
bowl bids to prove it. him. rookie defenseman will play Association Target .la ....... Tampa till I. U ,k. TI.tmmIH. '. No. 2 hole at Par-3 Golf
Archery .. ..
for Montreal despite minor in- M4 W. Maw Ma -
Few men in the coaching tome this Center. Other aces at the
"Just as he gets close Championships completed 55AMatNR
has Charley WOMN'S FRItITYIeNMr -
ranks are more popular with he shouts out real loud.'I By FRED W JONES jurle,. Backstrom a past weekend at Boynton Beach MN. n. laad.N.I" 1575: Par 3 layout include: Lamar -
sore ...... _. .
and a .
his peers than this unreconstructed horse Laperriere Ia'M" HoI 14411 DNNNN Tucker
tol you It would work, Fishing Hunting Editor Two other Barter entries also ,, l. Id" 95-yard No. 18;
.
rebel with the hog coach,' he yells. Some of you who saw the story and photo In yesterday'sLedger 'rlst- In the Chicago- placed high in their respective of Opts,..". WOMNs.L ..........r551amw0SI. .... 75411 infs.Wwlq Michael Terrell, 65-yard No.
jowl and chitlms drawl. He'sbroad The spotlight classes Robert Carey won the M..I, 12711 _... 5045%. Or- 3; Tony Price on Jie 85yardNo.
wildlife officer Bill
"Then he turns down field concerning Heldgerd and the big will be on the Iu.04. 1111.WOMIN ,
of bald of Detroit .
shoulders game _...._ 16. . The DeSoto
intermediate boy's freestyle witha t CLASS w.r Na.
'gator he had removed from Lake Mirror
pate and his laugh booms and goes 65 yards for a just may be worried goaltenders for more than one ,..r. M.mk lapel .. /atI, Orl.ndw
tlonal
forth whether the Joke Is on touchdown purty as you that the City of Lakeland It losing one of its attractions _, reason. Both Terry Sawchuk of score of 1920. Doris Nevin, "wOMIN-t' ClAtt amateur handicap golf
I is
slated for
of finished 1-N. 14-
with tourney May
a score 1473 . ,
please. those wild alligators in Lake Mirror Glenn Hall of Chicago ickaanvilla II rll L. I,
himself or someone else. This Detroit and third in the women'i amateur ..-._. 11471 O. Dtinmaan, Sara"wOMtN 18 at three Sarasota-Braden-
amiable Tiger stopped off Butch Butler one ofFrank' This Is not the case however for there are still wild alligators have had their troubles. i ," .
freestyle. S CLASS c-GvY Tuckarickwnvilla ton courses. Handicaps up
here to cut up old touches heroes from yester. in the lake as there has been for many, many years. Sawchuk missed one game There were 173 bowsmen who J, WOMNI, MlOPIN ", "IOOW-L'nOl., to 18 will be used for the 54-

with his buddies at the gath year was listening and he We saw three at one time one day this past week and Bill and part of another because of competed In the two-day meet. .....,, Panama. City. I41H ". TylarOMIN hole affair with goiters .
nodded agreement in his left w..e 5.Im ....... 11041 K. J...... playing
ering of sportscasters and told us there were six more there. a pinched nerve Results of events were: N.ny.'Md. 5355.WOMENS at DeSoto Lakes, Long.
..
"A he laid."It' II. JN.ea N I.
good play CLASS
Hall complainedof
sports writers. Naturally he This particular one had become big and bold as alligators shoulder while A.ATIUII 11I111" .IUTYLW- 1"ntl, Y. Jalln..n, rl W.lta" boat Key and Bradenton golf
the one 1 scored on a and sat .. .... ..
,
un
'
was the center of attention.Frank' a stomach disorder W.k. O w IIIll 0 CankalMKHfio .d.
are apt to become when they are protected completelyand .. O..ch, II7II O. Cbmi's.r..4 "* CLAN 0-P. Tylar, Woot
sense of humor Is couple of years earlier whenwe out the final period in Tuesdaynlpt' ,% 7111. ".,, ....*, I44i M furham. PL club.The
when in close association with 47th annual
beat Georgia Tech." they are people all the I. OPKMMt*'. FNISSTYLIleek 1)3O .. Radnacll, OamMvllla. Florida
so acute that he e"en can 7.2 setback.Finley tauli. Hallrwaad, 11141 *. Mtaatov. Miami 704' State Golf Association's
,
humor in football "I had to borrow Butch OMM++NMM. ITiai\ Hichara Parimr, Tamra, WOMtll" CLASS C M..t ama.
see games TAMeS .5Y TID..I", ADO 10. 5554. H..h .,,.. 1:11'I ......, ..cklon. IL 5,..M 550. M.. Millpdult teur golf tourney is scheduled .
Mw 5s71.MIN'
from the to for .
play .
something few coaches ever Army Ndw. 0,41: ',,,",. 0'10 .,,.1 son 5.N, .:U ..m.l, _, s.sa .....,1 OMen .'.[ CUI" A-alch.rd. IumN, pitiama City 755.caOffwwCp.wl.rd INwl. rem.pun. May 7.10 at Port St
ura 'o' NM at.rl 55041Jabk
said Frank. ".N lee a It!| Mtl 4:55 Tamp "'
am
me one season "
.
,.... 1454, Marl Trwdt 211d
find 1Na. S..N
Runn D. /h
can Seeks .Uo.
"He was at Fort Jackson r I MIN' "t Cut 0-J. 0..neae, ..... ."''T..OIATt '."'T"L. _".". Lucie golf club, Ft. Pierce
"Lemme tell you about a .Urn, 14IO, II, G......, Panama City drt C..,., Srt.n. 15251 D, rrY. Wnd.
Auburn some and I was strugglin' along time. It, therefore had become necessary to move this one Dili *. G...".., Panama. Citr IU, 1014, 11551 A. .lIImon. PNmS Cb Handicaps up to 15 will be

game 15 against" he said glee. with 4F's and 1* yearoldkids. back out into the woods where he would do no harm. Laa MINO.kuro' OMl CLASS Jahn C-D.A. Tuckw, J. f,In Wh.tt Mtl ass.1NTIRNISIATI,, aAII"OW "..., used with all competitors be.
years ago Lots Of Color Jama. loi| r. 50.. ajaton. .... 1m Mmrtl 1,1,04' 5512' J. WN, ing members of the sponsor.
fully. "It jes' goes to show When I learned that We have always taken the position that alligators were a Opts .."' NUNS '''...OW h.nl It L.udwd.lA' .4.11 ...... Pul, J.....
... .....,,,.. ing Florida State Golf As.
Charlie had been attraction Oartlald 14111 J' C 0 II JO
how much a coach knows. Trippl large especially for winter visitors, whether hereIn :-'I: nLa''::: C.ty. Ulll Jaka PaOlattPMlNsCCLAttMA INTKP.MIOIATB' ai"_ '..'.ow- sociation. Deadline for .
used the In spring, from the Army, I the city lakes or In other where Jana Adam Panama City. 74JUNIOB .. entries
We
single wing any spot they could be BaseballNEW -A. Smith, ...k.Nn.rll SOY INSTINCTIVE' Paul Is May 1 with fee
those days and we had a called the commandin' gen seen and therefore deserved a certain amount of protection- For ., lull T. Carrlman; Tampa., Carntll rt. ".._. "". entry
nor tttva Jahntan. WoId.1371. CADeT SOY SASIUOWawe being $20. , More than 240
play we called 58AX for some eral. enough to maintain the desired population levels. MIN' S Class -D. '1NNA. n. Kl..n.'Ft, L...".r..l,.. 5355
contestants in the 35th annual
reason I disremember. 'General I says 'I got On the other hand we also have always taken the position YORK (AP)-Just Imagine Florida State Women's Golf

"It was real fancy. The me one of my boys there at that these creatures like any other potentially dangerous green and gold clad ballplayers Association championshiptourney I
and I need him
fullback spins and gives the your camp bad. How about animal should not have complete protection because, under hitting orange baseballsover will shoot qualifying
poweiful
ball to the tailback before lettin' him out?' such conditions, they do lose their natural fear of man and a pastel-colored fence justa rounds either Sunday or
fakin' to the wingback coming few yards from where the
Become and Low 176 will
'I can't do that,' he says more more dangerous. Monday. placein
around in a reverse. The 'but I'll give him a 45-day So now that we do have this complete protection temporarily sheep are grazing. 41 11 flights of 16 each for
Interference leads the wing No that's not an Idea for afloat
; we hope it becomes to the Individuals t match play beginning on
leave.
necessary move
who the ball and Rose Bowl parade.That' .
ain't got in the
"That general was my that have lost their fear of humans as this particularone of Tuesday at Port St. Lucie
that gives it reception while Charles FInley's way
the tailback Is a-a-scootm all meal ticket. I tol' Butch to had. But there are others in the lake to take his place. playing baseball. Hotel and Country Club.is Defending
to classes but I don'treckon \ champion Nancy

:I a.. : _-. {.] : :II go he did. No one bothered More About Snake And GopherMore Finley and already gold uniforms has draped over \ Roth. Dorothy Emerson of

much with eligibilityrules green 'b Winter Haven is one of the
BUY ONE GET ONE
during the war, and on the snake vs. gopher story: First there were a his players and his sheep-the low handicappers who has

FREEEm' everything went. In his first couple of letters put Into or left out, of yesterday's column.In uniforms for the sheep are .' already filed her entry.

game Butch calls the 31 play one place the letter "t" was added to make "fiend" Into"friend" somewhat differently cutbuthe 'f' Youthful golfers from 3 to

$q G.1 lIt--j! when we have the ball on the quite a difference! That gopher is no friend of has been unable to persuadebaseball's that \ 'tl.t A: 15 will compete in the 18th

7-yard line against Georgia ours I legislators orange .J.JLL National Pee Wee golf championships
ti Now Under New baseballs would Improvethe \ "_ r.
OwnershipFLEMING Preflight. The center snaps And the "rat" snake is a yellowish-orenge with black !r June 23-24, at Rio
the ball to nobody and they game. Pinar Country Club Orlando.
stripes lengthwise'a dash connecting yellowish and orange Now the Kansas City owner Is

recover. It was my fault. was left out. The snake doe not'have yellow, orange. and about to get to work on thismonth' : Regional qualifying round
for in and 13-
the 10-12
I'd forgotten to tell Butch black stripes just the two. proJect-a right field i boys
BROTHERSINTERIOR that we no longer had a 31 15 age groups are slated for
And we're not absolutely sure what has happened fence Finley has labeled his
play. six Florida counties, Columbus
whether the snake did the job we couldn't do, or not. We Pennant Porch.
LATEX One of Frank's recent backfield Ga., and Dothan Ala
stars his went back home and took the plug out of the hole as we had New Porch Interested should
WALL PAINT was own son, youngsters
Jimmy Howard. Some said we'd do and the snake was there waiting to come out. Finley's plans call for building contact the Greater Orlando

.N.IHCIUIWT cornea NIMH coaches prefer to send their However, he didn't have any bulge In the middle as we the porch at Kansas City's Chamber of Commerce.
.,
-a. .j CA"a Nn W"' ""' 1M sons to other colleges but thought he should have if he had caught the gopher 10 we Municipal Stadium. The porch' deadline is June 1.

wNrNNMMY71 Frank his for himself. caught him and forced him to back down the hole again will not have rocking chairs-
/ kept go ,
BREAM BASS
I CATCH W. W. Armtfrenf, UH end J. J.Yo.r. .
"' C baA1. y.. N'Te r.INrr"144 Cottur RNcovu.w How did it work out? (And that took a bit of doing. He didn't want to at all. Now the they homers would all the be A's demolished are going by to ..., both of Wtit Ptrtanon Street held, up the catch af .,.... The University of North Da

"" NUN 5t "It was a strange experience we think he may have known the job was already donel) kota's freshman basketballteam
..
. ricochet around the sector onceit end black km hay m l. while fuhlng a phoipkttt pit south
.IA".,, tN." "" ," he said in his heavy Anyway, we him back down the ranks as the tallest in theIchool's
""" .: AN.tJ put hole plugged it again Is erected. .f Mulbarry. They used cricktrt end artificial w...... for ball
"ioIIf w,1N drawl. "We led a sorter double and left him In there for 60-year history. Tallest
another six hours. Then removedthe
101 INHII01 YMOM we Finley emphasizes that he Is end tithed, .ul of The Bolt Well Ltrgitt boil wine S p."".", 2uncai.
of
w"YI. ,1144INM life. He the Jr
was most man is 8.8 Neil Heringer
1,.171w.ILMa....a"- plug and let him out. But once more he had no bulge. building his porch to compete .
respectful player oa my However, this time we took him down to the bayhead and let with the New York Yankees, Butte N.D.
I He the
,5698 2 iECk FREE squad.'yes sir' and gave the me'no sir' I him go on the theory that if he hadn't caught the gopher I who he feels have dominatedthe Ortiz May Fight

whenever he was a-speaktn by then he wasn't going to. American League becauseof

ONE COAT to me. He was the first out But in the hours that have passed since his release, the the short right field fence at Ramos After LaneSAN

LATEX INTERIOR WALL PAINT for practice and the last to gopher has neither plugged the open hole nor piled up any Yankee Stadium 296 feet down

O Ha BII .IMM leave. He led everyone in more mounds of dirt. the line. JUAN, P.R. (AP-Car.

a rlur r"NIIN. laps around the field. I never And since it is most unusual for a pocket gopher to allowan "Since we can't get the Yan- los Ortiz said yesterday that if

: 4Y1TINOINdx1"55 tl rowuNN K.Va.n had a complaint."But entrance to his tunnel to remain open for any length of kees to conform to honest distances he beats Kenny Lane In their I

wI1N/M.: 5511NIII as soon as we got time and most unusual for one not to throw up at least one I'll conform to Yankee lightweight title fight Saturday

NNINY111 home I was his daddy. I new mound of earth overnight, we are now of the opinion1 that distance," Finley i is quoted as

-.;: .. M 7. LINTY CLlAN.550... 'member one night I left the the snake did do the Job after all. saying.At night he might defend his crown

.Y :aM1.110"'" ..... car in the driveway Insteadof If he did, he did in a few hours what we failed to do In home, the A's hit 52 homers again this year, against feath- ie

la..YN.,..OM.couNw NTL01 .., puttin' it in the garage.It six weeks! (See why we respect animals snakes birds etc.?) In 81 games while at Yankee erweight champion Sugar Ramos -
.
IUIII 10,110 114 Wak4. was cold and rainy Stadium they hit nine In nine .

'Put the car away, son,' games. The Yankees however,
IVERY "I might fight him In Los
58'98 FREE I say. NBA hit 10 against the A's
2". GAL. Nixes PlansST.
Expansion Angeles for $100,000) that'smore
'You left It there. Put It Advantage, Yankees. ;

SPECIAL QUART PRICES away yourself,' he says Jes' At Kansas City, In competition than any other lightweighthas

like every other son In these LOUIS (AP-The Na President Walter Kennedy announced between the two teams, the ever earned for a single
2 FOR 1 LOW PRICE
and glorious United A's hit five homers. The Yen "
great tional Basketball Association Wednesday, fight, said Ortiz, who makesno

TRIM AND DECK 9 roe$024 States." owners have decided to forego The unanimous kee sent the sheep scurrying bones about fighting "only

ENAMEL expansion tor the 1964-65 season, vote by the 15 times. when the price is right"But
:
: Murphy MedalistIn board of governors made up! 01 Advantage, Yankees.On the 27-year-old Ortiz added .

SEMI-GLOSS 2.01'249, Hayes To Run the club owners, came despite a team basis then. It be- that he only plans to defend

ENAMEL Golf MeetBob firm offers by Kansas City Chicago comes evident that the Yankeeswill his crown six or seven times -

In Pelican Relays and Pittsburgh for a fran hit more homers than the and a difficult victory over Lane SPECK STRING M. ,,
PREMIUM HIGH Murphy Sr fired a one- W. loa of 231 MlnooU hold
2ea'299, chise. Two cities in the South where they play.
A's matter I -fj
GLOSS ENAMIL under par 53 to take medal BATON ROUGE. La. (AP- west also expressed Interest. Some no the Yankees have bet might make him change his tho trine of 17 (pecks he caught whit fiihlnf loho. Poikor." H I Ifiihtd

AIM OUAftTS Of OTNIRIMTIIIlOe honors In the Phosphate Golf The say mind about a fifth title defense out .f Willi.", Brothon Bait .*. riihinp. Cantor
Robert Hayes of Florida AAM, board also Instructed ter players.
AND IXTIIIO PAINTS this year, :
League play at Par 3 Golf Cen
.
BUY 2 AND SAVE ter who has bettered world recordsin Kennedy with to continue negotiations Ramos won the featherweightcrown I Syndicate Seeks Club For AFL ..
a major network to PERKINS ARRIVES Chicago
Point winner was Paul Gillen. the 60 and 100-yard dashes in In March 1963 by knock

INTERIOR COMPLETE AND LINI EXTERIOR 0* OTrllK PAINTS water with plus 15. Glllenwate the past year, headlines the 6th televise season. weekend games next Eddie KINGSTON Perkins Jamaica of Chicago(AP-arrived ing out Dave Moore, who died i CHICAGO (AP-A syndicateof He said the application
and Tucker teamed for of his fight Injuries.
George running of the Pelican Relays Television negotiations center Wednesday to start training Chicago businessmen has applied -mailed to AFL headquarters in
;; ; 2 man honors with plus 13. for American Football
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I I r Get AcquaintedSPECIALS 1 High four-man team with plus here Friday and Saturday, around a Game-of.the-Week for his April 18 fight with NATIONAL AlKfTSALL League franchise for New York also included plans
ASSOCIATION" Chicago.
was the quartet of Gillen Also participating will be relay telecast every Saturday or Sun Jamaica's Bunny Grant for the Or Th. AHKialM armSai for remodeling Soldier Field for
I 120 day beginning in January 1965 world junior welterweight title > .P>...,_ 111 ..,. Law lot (..*.1. Bob Nussbaum. Investment
Tucker Jack Blair! and I teams from Gramblmg, Texas .,f sows I,a* t II the games to provide a seating
broker who heads the
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estimated the capacity of 59800.
group capitalization -
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to the pin. slty,
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1.1/2.lnch Brush Team victories were chalked: Prairie View Jackson StateAlcorn" .
$13 million. negotiations for a Canadian
Reg. 2.08 ValueBoth up by Mineco Inc., Wellman, and Wiley College. football .
team to Chicago
move to
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Only __ AFL .
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:T I Keynote To Wedding Reception/ Simplicity I



I Elegant simplicity, at a price and champagne to toast the liver pate, and champagne cocktails prepare and serve; for another 1 tablespoon dry mustard
w ; sensibly within the bride's bud- bride. The old-fashioned multi- ? these delicacies are best en, 1 teaspoon nutmeg

1I get, is the keynote for this coursed dinner preceded by a Nothing Is simpler to prepare joyed In modest quantities -, Freshly ground pepper to
, lavish assortment of hot and and serve, pothing looks more one doesn't eat caviar like pea. taste
The clever
, rear's weddings. cold hors d'oeuvre and an unlimited ,festive, and nothing says ele nuts. Add it up and you'll finda Watercress, cherry tomatoes .
G >rlde chooses flawless simpllc- variety of cocktails Is gance more positively than a caviar, pate and champagne radish roses for gar-
If Ity in the wedding menu, as giving way to a small but perfect ,reception such as this. Yet, reception may cost less than nish
1 well as In her gown. menu. with all this quality, a caviar you think. I Put livers in saucepan with
, This year's reception, from What could be more perfect, and champagne reception may Caviar Service onion and salt, add V4 Inch wa
wedding breakfast through late more special and epicurean, offer believe-it-or-not I
economy., The art of caviar service lies ter, cover pan, simmer until
II !afternoon cocktail party, is like. than a spread of caviar and Its The reasons are simple. For, in its livers are cooked through. Drain
presentation: an elegance
Iy to feature cold hors d'oeuvre classic accompaniments rich ore thing, It takes little help toy to which guests help themselves,I and mash livers and onions, :Ire-

r to their taste. Chill caviar well moving the stringy membiaftes,
before serving for best flavor. and put through sieve, or pureeIn
Surround with bowls containing electric blender. Cream but.
w I Put Eggs In MenuEggs II accompaniments-chopped hard. ter and cheese together, blend

,I cooked egg white, sieved hard- with livers. Add Bourbon and
cooked egg yolk, chopped onion, seasonings to taste. Spoon ev
market lemon wedges, triangles of un- enly into 2 aspic lined, 6-cup
are big news Vi cup shredded American cup olive or salad oil
, these days. Attractively priced, cheese /4 teaspoon garlic powder buttered thin toast (trim crusts ring molds, cover with aspic,
, 8 with nutrition and from bread slices and cut neat and chill thoroughly until set
packed good large hard-cooked eggs, 6 slices stale bread, cut
eating: they roll naturally right sliced Intoinch cubes triangles in advance, ao that a Unmold on serving plate, garnish .
into the early spring food bud. Paprika ( large eggs kitchen helper can toast them in with watercress, cherry tomatoes
c Chow mein noodles Salt to taste the oven at the last minute). and radish roses.. Serve
1 get.Want to ? Each guest puts a small with thin-sliced toast.CHAMPAGNE .
new ways serve eggs Ground black pepperto
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Melt butter in
or margarine a
Then read on. taste spoonful of caviar on a toast PEACH
saucepan. Blend flour. Add milk triangle, sprinkles it with lemon
IIERBED CREAMED EGGS and Instant minced onion. Mix Paprika BLOSSOM
and adds the other
ON CHOW MEIN NOODLES well. Stir and cook Heat olive oil with garlic garnishes
over moderate Place peach half or a few
to taste. For each 48 guests,
heat until of medium thick. powder in a 9-Inch skillet. Saute slices In bottom of cham
(( servings) allow 3 pounds of caviar, 18 peach
bread cubes In hot oil
until
: ness. Add marjoram, salt, black 8 medium onions and 2 pagne glasses. Pour an ounce
3 butter eggs
tablespoons
or golden brown, over which break
= pepper, cheese and eggs. Heat dozen lemons, cut into 8 wedges of gin over. Let stand until
' A CREAM SAUCE base adds extra nutrition to this Mariner's Pie. Two kinds of margarine until cheese Is melted. Serve eggs. Lower heat, cover and each. Count .4 caviar serving time. Uncork chilled
3 flour on can
baked in the sauce, and the casserole is topped with bisquits. tablespoons over chow mein noodles. Garnish cook slowly until eggs have set, for each champagne, and pour to fill
2 milk apes guest.
cups not hard-cooked.
with paprika. yet Sprinkle glasses. A toast to happiness!
I Liver in Is another
1 tablespoon Instant with salt, ground black pepper pate aspic
minced onion SPANISH FRIED EGGS and garnish with paprika. Remove dish elegant and easy to serve;

One Answer To Meal Planning e i teaspoon marjoram WITH BREAD CUBES eggs carefully from pan, wonderful, too, because can Slice be
leaves (Huevos con Mlgas) having a layer of bread cubes prepared well in advance. HIGHin
. I ,teaspoon salt (I servings) attached under each serving. and serve on thin toast, or with vitamins
Planning 365 dinners a a cream sauce made with milk 1/16 teaspoon ground black small plate and fork.
yearIs asparagus, a molded fruit salad
(Bl B2 and C)
not a small task, No wonder and the casserole is topped with and ice cream Mariner's Pie pepper r ; PATE DE FOIE IN ASPIC ,
Beef Roulades Will Make
many homemakers, at one timeor biscuits made from your favorite will solve one of your 365 prob Aspic for Pate
another, ask, "What shall 1 recipe. For a bit of whim. lems. Here's I 1 can (lO'/J oz.) condensed LOW

I serve for dinner tonight?" sey, cut the biscuit dough into MARINER'S PIE Hit With Dinner GuestsBeef consomme in calories
Mariner's Pie is an excellent the shape of a fish.Served 1 cup cooked shrimp A Casserole 2 envelopes flavored gelatine .
example of a nutritious meal.j' with additional biscuits 1 pound fillet of sole ((23 per cup)
Two kinds of fish are butter and honey, buttered H cup thinly sliced celery roulades have been a 2 tablespoons crumbled blue Vj cup Bourbon
I 2 tablespoons finely minced That AppealsTo favorite with men for years. cheese Sliced black olives and SILVER FLOSS
Tender rolls of beef, a tasty blanched almond halves
Rolled Citrus Chicken onion stuffing, a delicious sauce . 12 cups popcorn for garnish. KRAUT JUICE
/ cup butter Combine mix, butter, and
I ChildrenOften t's the Ideal dish for when. soup Sprinkle gelatine oni can
1/3 flour
/Is Fresh Spring EntreeThis 2rcups cup milk ever you're having male guests. blue cheese. Pour over pop- ,consomme to soften. Stir over

'/4 cup sliced, stuffed olives you make a special effort These particular roulades corn. Mix well. low heat until gelatine dissolves,
1 teaspoon salt to plan and serve the abound with flavor. The secret Or you might like to vary about 3 minutes. Add remaining
recipe for Rolled Citrus of boned and skinned chicken Biscuit dough for yeadwinner's favorite' meal, lies in a little can of onion dry your party snack mixture like I consomme and Bourbon. Chill
Chicken is really something to breasts, and the fresh, natural top mix. It the this
Split shrimp In half length. but sometimes it's a good Ideato soup provides zip : I mixture until syrupy. Chill
crow about! Not only does it Florida orange flavor has an wise. Remove skin from filletof give special consideration to to the stuffing, the base for the two 6-cup molds. Pour V 4 cup
I
combine plump chicken breasts affinity for both meats. The sole and cut in l'/i inch I favorite foods of the small fry. sauce. For the stuffing, you CHEESE PARTY SNACK :aspic into each mold and tip to
with ham slices in a tarragon-! chicken and ham are rolled, pieces. Cook celery and onionin I A home economist well versedin just mix 3 tablespoons of the 1 can (I% ounces) onion dry I coat evenly. Chill until set. Arrange
touched orange sauce, but it'sso topped with bread crumbs, and onion mix with
; butter until soft but not the art of meat cookery, Reba dry soup soup mix I almond halves and black 1
so to make! Such a refreshing -, baked with a tart-sweet sauce
easy chopped fresh spinach, celery, melted butter olives bottom
with
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brown. Add flour and blend Staggs, comments that Sausage. cup or margarine I on cover
new dish for a spring of orange juice, rind, butter and well. Add milk, stirring constantly Sweet Potato Casserole will and bacon . delicious and so I thin layer of aspic and chill Unlit -
dinner! tarragon. and cook until mixture certainly appeal to the taste right for spring. Your sauce 2 tablespoons Parmesan I set. Spoon pate (below) overset
Rolled Citrus Chicken looks When you buy oranges, ask is smooth and thickened. This !whims and help meet the nutritional couldn't be ea.ler-the remaining cheese I aspic and cover with remaining
elegant, smells fragrant, and is for the juicy Florida Valencia will be a thick sauce. Add olives requirements of chil- onion dry soup mix com 2 cups bite-size shredded rice 1 aspic. Chill well be-
tender and moist, thanks to variety, in stores now throughthe salt, shrimp and fish pour ,dren. bind with water and slices of cereal I tore unmoldmg. Serves 48.
fresh Florida orange juice. Just spring months. Being practically fresh mushrooms for heavenly 2 cereal PATE
into a I%-quart casserole. Top I Sausage patties, mashed sweet cups crisp oat
the entree to serve gourmet seedless and heavy with with biscuit dough rolled % 'potatoes, orange: juice and orange flavor. Combine soup mix with melted .4 pounds chicken livers r \
guests who appreciate good and rich juice, they're easy to inch thick, cut in shape of a '' slices, brown sugar and Just as onion dry soup mix butter. Thoroughly mix with 1 medium onion, finely minced
unusual food. The most elegant squeeze and slice for use in fish. Bake 25 to 30 minutesin 'I'miniature marshmallows are seasons this dish to perfection, cereal. Place in shallow bak 2 tablespoons of salt

things are often the simplest cooking. a moderate oven, 350. Serve the ingredients which make up you'll find it handy wheneveryou leg pan. Bake at 250 F. for 15 1 cup sweet butter
and this luscious dish belies its ROLLED CITRUS CHICKEN with additional biscuits if de this casserole. It's a combination want lots of flavor without minutes. Stir; bake additional 2 cups (1 lb.) cream cheese I \
simplicity! should much mixing and blending. TryIt 15 minutes. 4 Bourbon
sired. youngsters enjoy. Makes cups. 1/3 cup I
6 whole chicken breasts, __. ___
The slightly salty taste of ham boned and skinned Makes six servings.Russian The recipe features bulk pork for spreads, dips, dressings, .. sv I
blends with the tender delicacy sausage which is mildly spiced snacks, and salads. (Each can
6 slices cooked ham
and pleasing to the tastes of of onion dry soup mix now has
2/3 fine bread crumbs
cup children. a fantastic easy-open-pull-tab-)
Can'tSay
Starving Refugees 2 cups Florida orange juice can . a alight tug on the tab
1 tablespoon melted butter SAUSAGE-SWEET
. the top Is off.)
Fleeing Angola 1 tablespoon .tarragon When JVlen POTATO BAKE Complement the roulades with
,2 teaspoons grated Florida
1 pound bulk pork sausage green beans or asparagus, hot
orange rindteaspoon To Reach Moon 1 can (1 pound, 7 ounces) rolls, lettuce wedges with Rus
LEOPOLDVILLE the J4 salt
Congo sweet potatoes, drained sian dressing, and a fluffy lemon .i
CAP) Starving men, women Cooked rice and mashed chiffon A
and children are fleeing strife- ''Place 'chicken breasts, skin MOSCOW (AP-Soviet scientist Yt cup orange juice pie.VEGETABLE STUFFED REEF
torn Portuguese Angola by the aide down on flat surface. Place Oleg Gazenko said yesterdayIt 2 tablespoons brown sugar ROULADES y

thousands, says a Baptist missionary one slice of ham on each breast; is hard to predict when the 1 orange, peeled and cut Into I l'/i' pounds thinly sliced round I
Many are trekking roll up and secure with food first man will land on the moon. I slices steak
hundreds of miles to reach the picks. Sprinkle with I bread "American scientists," he '/J cup miniature marshmallows .4 slices bacon
Congo. crumbs. Arrange in shallow said, "believe this will occur by Shape sausage Into 8 patties. 1 chopped celery
The Rev. David Grenfell, who oven-proof dish and bake at 1970. It is difficult as yet to Brown lightly. Combine sweet cup
I came here to appeal for emergency 400 F. (hot) oven for about 15 talk about any definite time potatoes, orange juice and sugar 1/2 pound fresh spinach,
i food supplies, said it was minutes, turning to heat all limits. We can only lay that and spoon Into a greased Uh. washed, drained, and q R fi, s

t the biggest exodus since the na- sides. Combine orange juice, flight to the moon Is not a quart baking dish. Arrange chopped
r tionalist revolt against Portu- butter, tarragon, rind and salt; dream or a fantasy but a con sausage patties and orange 1 can (1% ounces) onion dry ; 4I' 1 f .

_ guese rule erupted in March of pour over chicken. Lower heatto crete task of our epoch." slices alternately in a circle soup fresh mix mushroom ds fly
1961. 350 F. and continue to bake around edge of casserole. Sprin- Yt pound '
for about 30 minutes longer, Columbia University I was kle most of the marshmallowsin sliced
New York State grants scholarships turning occasionally. Serve with chartered as King's College in the center and a few on the 2 tablespoons shortening
in place of having a 1754 by King George II of England sausage and oranges. I%! cups water
state university. rice.YIELD: 6 servings. Bake in a moderate oven 2 to 3 tablespoons flour
(350 F.) 43 minutes. Cut steak into 6 pieces long
Four servings enough to roll; pound with meat d
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cer. In skillet, cook bacon; k ) .
SPECIALS FOR Prime MinisterOf remove and crumble. Pour off ,
APRIL all but 2 tablespoons drippings;

Malaysia Says add celery and spinach. Cover;
9, 10, 11, 1964 cook until tender. Stir In 3 talespoons -
Truce At End > soup mix and bacon.
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oPNts R Y KUALA LUMPUR, Malaysia each piece steak; roll pin-

(SPECIALS r I (AP)-Malaysia's prime minis- wheel fashion with toothpicksor
skewers In skillet brown
tee said yesterday he considers
the cease-fire with Indonesia alan roll-ups and mushrooms In 4 _

end, the government televIsion shortening. Pour off fat. Add t
station reported. remaining soup mix gradually I

Prime Minister Abdul Rah. 'stir in water. Cover, cook over .L_
LIGHT AND FLUFFY LARGE .,
man said British and Malaysian low heat I hour 15 minutes or alp v

Cake troops in Malaysia's Borneo territories until tender, stirring now and
Food
Angel WE would strike across the then. Gradually blend 1/3 cup
border into Indonesian Borneoin water Into flour until smooth;

j case of any large-scale con ,slowly stir Into sauce. Cook,
49'each flict. 'stirring until thickened. Makes I A WSlMllMlllHlV WA j4ICe4.

; O63 EN The cease-fire, which took effort -I 8 servings WONDER *
eTA o Jan. 26 but was never fully Stir contents of can before I
Implemented, was negotiated by I using. A rNlae .v rr.ae u
Gen. Robert F. Kennedy Canned dry soup mix also I ,
U.S. Atty. GNNIINa+IN sMINQ GQMhvis, Mr Na
1 after a week's tour of InI I provider spectacular flavor bonus -
lonesia, Malaysia and the I for your favorite party
; DELICIOUSLY DIFFERENT Philippines, the three nations I snacks, Announcingan
Involved In the Malaysia disute. Men will go for this Blue

I Date-Nut Rolls > I Cheese Onion Popcorn.
Rahman denounced the cease- :BLUE CHEESE ONION POPCORN exciting new bread

I fire after reports of four border
II clashes in the past week in 1 can (1 l% ounces) onion dry
c that lets
which Malaysian security forces soup mix you taste
, package claimed six guerrillas were '/J cup melted butter or mar

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2. LAKELAND LEDGER I WHAT CAN I UNDERSTAND Is THIS
Friday Only Thursday, April e. 1H4_ WORRY CLINIC THE I DO FOR YOU'RE A BONE ESONET00
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FISHDINNER BARGAIN ALLOY I WILL DOCTOR SEE YOU ?, SPECIALIST HARD

Nickel silver, an alloy ot xJl0ANA -
Dentist Hits Soaring YOU NOW YES FORGMY
nickel copper and zinc became n 4r DO'STEETH

a popular material for table
1 ware In the United States duringthe Federal TaxationBy
ALL YOU 69'CAN mid 19th century when a

IATfECKERD Connecticut spoon maker, I I1M3. In M
W. Crane Ph.D. M.D.
bought the formula for George fitpairmen
DRUG STORE this alloy from England for $25. _.- --- ---
I The alloy still finds major use
6r *t Pk. Shopping Ctnter as a basis metal on silver-plated CASE S-4M: Larry J.. aged able to squander billions on

a- flatware. 32, is a successful dental surgeon frilly, nonessentials.In .

that connection, the Food .
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and Administration,
"Dr Crane," he began "It Drug
plus other sections of the As KAeA'WArCNf9 SCVRA-6YVf1 AQV0714E u GAOL EATIN6lI
is harder and harder Rfff -
getting HEW department, squander CAR188EN1 '
TODAY. .at MORRISON'SEnjoVthe for anybody ]in TNRU Th 61ASS 80r7GMfv
S3 BILLION
almost per year H ecwr.,, HAVE. TO ivATCH VOR
private practice ($20 BILLION in Kennedy's ar MORAY EELSTHEY'R --
: ? HAPPY Difference: to make a .first term). MEAN \1
living Yet we have 2,000 college I if II'f'J
'Taxes are that
chemistry departments
r zooming and I would gladly do most of the y .

f understand the work of the FDA.
president has L pJ( f %D
Thus, the testing of new :T i
Y added 250,000
drugs would furnish Ph. D
more workersto d cr
thesis topics for graduate students -
V A the -
government
payroll in chemistry medical 1 ;r '
and dental labs.
Just In the past
three years! DR CRANE Why should we taxpayersthus
be burdened with $20
a
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"That brings the total be-
BILLION outlay for the HEW
yond 2,500,000, which la fantastic -
cabinet department when we I 15L1PF>7se 1bUR0
could get even better service I ALL WCIPERIKI / vWJVC
"So how can we'ever hopeto and AT NO COST TO TAXPAYERS CALLED 7HlfcON'T

balance the budget?" ? i Jr1EETINCs.w .

Remember the crucial Number So put the pressure on your (fl
local Congressman. .. "\
21SThere.
sv
are 435 members of When he is joined by only I Il

the House of Representatives.And 217 others, any foolish wasteof
our taxes by Washingtonstops
bills
ALL appropriation
AT ONCE.
MUST originate in the House.So .
For 218 House Memberscan
whenever 218 Democratsand
make any president pare
FREE Republicans unite to pro- his budget to meet "horsesense"
At Morrison's buds alive. duce lower taxes and less
taste come demands for us taxpayers
CHILD'S PLATE boondoggling, then we'll have .
Meats, sea foods, salads, vegetables, Thurs. Nights sensible government again. "The government should

breads, beverages, everything is masterfully ch1cli 12 aaa Dada "But what about those 2- fear the people." said news-
Sul Inlh pntnu Dbiet FREE qn 500,000 civil service federal paper publisher Frank Gan- LETME SEE Y WWV\ WELL,FOR A -STARTER I KNOWBUTZ'Vl

prepared by Morrison's chefs and employes?" you may exclaim nett, "and not the people, the '/ CHATTIN' T' A. NOT? > USEOT'KISSER AFORE, GOT OVER IT AN'

bursting' with tasty goodness, ready to STEAK SPECIAL NIGHTS "They. have permanent ten government.We also need to expose the PERCY BYERS AGAlM-hr-ff C WE GOT MARRIED -, MEBBE'E' J4SN'T: e
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be enjoyed. Taste perfection is just one Set A Sun. Nights ure and isn't it Impossible to "mark up" practice by whichwe I DON'T LIKE 1M! YOUID 1,
fire them? are duped.
of the happy differences at Morrison's. '. ib 1lrloln, sl replht When the President wants
bllnon Tao "They often dawdle along I.
hlbrMlnlPO'0 five billion for foreign boon-
and affect arrogance, even
doggling; he asks for seven or
though we taxpayers are
'.SiAre 120.No Fuv+ sad..AMJitM1IETI:!If. I- really their bosses." eight bIllion.
f Then our Congressmenboast
Well, nobody will work about how they pared r L i

f. without salary down his budget by voting .w13It
; ( v And if 218 Congressmen him only five billion. It is to I I
team-up to veto any appro- laugh. II
priations bill the presidentmay This standard "mark up"is I
demand, then NOBODYgets used to hoodwink voters, -I
114 North Tennessee AvenueTODAY paid. both by the national Congress Furness TV I NICKEL VALUE HISTORIC TOOL
That means the nine Supreme and our own state legislatures Betty Says r Canada's leading export met- Some of the earliest metal Implements >
Court Justices receive al, in terms of dollars, Is nickel. used by man have been
no pay checks, nor does the So let's start calling the Puts Women In Bad LightBy Value of Canadian nickel output found on the Plain of Antioch in
President or members of shots ourselves, since we tax. of which some 90% U exported Syria. One nickel-bronze reameris
Congress, etc payers pay the bills. Economywill was estimated at more believed to date back to 3500
THE II
STARTS And the various Cabinet begin as soon as 218 CYNTHIA LOWRYAP and even delivery than $360.000000 during 1963. B.C.Whether ._.
Television-Radio Writer boys. Calvin has cleaned just -- ------
I members will no longer be Congressmen want It) ,
- NEW YORK (AP"Women about every sink in America I You're
are being made to look like absolute -and it la ridiculous. Imaginea I I

Idiots by television," said grocery delivery boy teachinga flying
BIGGEST WATCH Betty Furness, "and I think it middle-aged woman how to or DrivingWhen I
is a very serious situation clean her kitchen floor" '
Miss Furness, who quit her * It's Time To Eot

e .,. position as TV's top saleswomana Unusual Series PlannedAn Give Us A Bun Ii
ME few seasons back to return to unusual television series Is

\ \ other performing areas and now scheduled for next season Tasty . . delicious I
I i has a daily CBS radio network A special foundation has been
Hoe-Down Hootenanny 'ON TV show, points sadly to the situation chartered to produce six 90-min e CIIICKEN SHRIMP STEAKS
H comedies and to the commercials ute programs, each a drama

showing some little-known, but SHORT ORDERS -
Junction-Jump That Women-Haters In Charge? nonpolitical activity of the Unit
/"L 0 Mining Links "It's like a battle of the sexes, ed Nations. The funds-S4 million With Down To Eorth Prices?
Vile with nothing to gain for the -have been contributed bya
/ Friday 11:30 am.r .
Ever Came Out Of women. I have never caught a large corporation (Xerox) that The All New
television show in which a woman will receive discreet Identification -
>t Got A StcritSat. was trying to be darling to but no commercials.
Ch 1 13 AIRPORT RESTAURANTTerminal
: ,, The Tennessee Hills! ., 4:30 p.m. her husband except 'The Dick The filmed specials will be
Van Dyke Show.; It is almostas made on location all over the Building-Lakeland Municipal AirportI
Open 7 Days M'.... thru Thur. 11 am. to 8 pm. if the people at the top of world and will star some of the AM TO 10 P.M.

look Who'sLeadin'e Fri., Sat, Sun. 11 o.m. U 9 p.m. the pyramid had decided to de- great names of show business _
grade women and never to let Tel un Foundation, the project I
"C.,. Sanders'teclpe"/
them be seen as real people"Miss parent, offered each of the three .
The I Furness says that she major networks two of the projected I' 0 <
I is "deeply offended" by com shows CBS turned them
thic \Vay
rtt" k tried There Safer
Singin' .K I mercials showing attractive down, but NBC will broadcasttwo IS a

and the i girls "who can't even keep their or perhaps three, and ABC

MountainSmoochin' :u 1133 E, Main Sr. Ph. MU 6-4151 'houses"They clean constantly" suggest that' the remainder* * to Smoke Cigarettes!

i I
. the American woman is totally Recommended tonight: Perry
incapable of doing the simplest Como Show, NBC 1011 (Eastern ..
'
GROVE PARK SHOPPING CENTER household chores and they have Standard Time)-Musical
them learning from men-re- variety hour with Keely Smith, II You Are Concerned About the U.S.S"reon-Cene

live from Minneapolis. Report MI Smoking, YOU SHOULD t/SC...

Doors t" Modern Sound .Transistor'. Hi-FI. I DRIVE-IN THEATRES 1A\\ WATER ACTIVATED
Metro.Goldwyn..
Open OPIN <:30-The SHOW Night 7ilOTmigM't Campaign Office tr DISPOSABLE

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NOW SHOWING T* G. Our T. A Mvtet :For Sen. Holland ALTER TIM
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, Mayer 12:45 STARTS'TONIGHT To Open Here REMOVES UP TO 91% TARS

Dolly Shows . 1:00: 4:30 S.10:
Presents PRESLEY FOR 2 NITIS ONLY I U s. Sen. Spessard L Holland AND UP TO 90% NICOTINEFROM


f ..,fur in two efirstMelR0COl0R roles- 1! /. that re-election of his Bartow Lakeland announced, campaigning campaign today for office AMERICA'S FA YO RITE

Fn! Drlvi-ln Showing! I nr'
time ,., will open early next week In CIGARETTES
AT T'Y1 wyw a PART (filter or plain)
R.PIAT sHOw1N0 AT la.NMIYn the Carter Building 120 S. Ken-
MMM 'A l "'iM..w tucky Ave.Members.
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manager; and Robert P.
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HONOREDPICTURE Ti ,, 1e11a Peterson Jr, A C. (Lonnie)
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LAKELAND LEDGER. Thursday, April ., MM 21

I'M SCRRV DID I IIAVE ANIl"HtN6 UELLI Tw) 00000.MV A lAt!

DEAR ABBY.77" ABITJT THE RAada110T SM ABOUT AWNSTO6LWlJ?

'.\ UT ITSTHELAWVDV NOI! CAU.1IWVAaINA.TION )

Whot'i your problem? Far kLQW? WITHOUT (REPRESENTATION IMR.fKRA1 I 1el I te

I general reply. writ to 7

She/ Sees Red Abby Box 3363. Beverly r

wA a Hllli, Calif. and Include,o

telf-addrened damped er. c IWASN'T

+ velope. Abby _... ell

Abigail Van; Buren moll. "' -

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DEAR ABBY: In 1959 husband lent +IN6TDN WHAT AN HONOR?!! AN lRK&SON UNTIL I SAW flpIuSNE
my a man $500. He I only laid I was so I could get some peace and quiet, but !
was to lure that he was good for It I pRA6TA1L/J YOU HAVEMT STEPPED IDy VOU
that he
didn't ask him he doesn't believe me. Life Is not worth living any more. If OUT OF YOUR HOUSE AGAIN
to sign a note or anything. This man has made no effort to it weren't for our children and grandchildren I would know SINCE wax-/1

pay back one cent of It. Now get this: This deadbeafi sister what to do. Can you help me? j

is married to one of the richest and most prominent men in MISERABLE

the tate! Everybody knows him. He has given away millions, DEAR MISERABLE Try to get your husband to your

:yet his own brother-in-law has owed a man JW() for four family physician for a'"checkup." If he refuses to go call f Lid'J '

years. I told my husband to get in touch with this rich brother. your physician and tell him your probelm. Excessive suspicion, cS I ( r- I )l lrr

in-law and ask him for the money. It would be like five cents without cause Is a common symptom of mental Illness. -

to him but it is a lot of money to use My husband refuses to do *

It. I am tempted to contact him myself. Would that be wrong? DEAR ABBY: On the subject of whether the clergyman 1 fcan.

C'S WIFE should be paid extra for services that are a part of his "duty,"

DEAR WIFE: Yes. No man, rich or poor, U responsiblefor may I add my remarks? Many couples who can afford only a

his brother-in-law's debts. In cases such as this, It Is probable small ceremony In the parson's living room forget that even 4

that he has already given his brother-Inlaw all the help the smallest wedding cost something The last one cost us $11. AT / c

he Intends to, and has washed his hands of him (which Is his We were offered $5, but we refused it because the couple were .-

| privilege). Stay out of It. struggling students. But at some of the more elaborate church TOMORROW MORNING WHEN EITHER MOON MAID GOES BUT LETS NOT FIONT
HEADS ARE COOL AND BACK TO THE MOOJ-OR AND ARGUE. TWINC3
weddings when the cake, which Is NOT essential, cost $73 and T BE AN GUESTS TEMPERS ARE CALM WELL SHE STAYS HERE WILL LOOK CLEARER
DEAR ABBY: Two years ago my husband started accusingme the preacher, who IS essential, costs nothing it makes one A t7JERNIGHT EVERY.v \ SETTLE THIS PROBLEM ON EARTH. IN THE MORNING.

of things I never thought of doing. My hand on a Bible, wonder where the value system went.PREACHER'S DINNER! (PLEENrII oA -

Abby. I never looked at another man in the 34 years we have WIFE IN IOWA ROOM, r r<:

I been married. He kept at me and kept at me until I Finally y ?,.

1 "confessed" Just so he would leave me alone. Now he Is worse CONFIDENTIAL TO HENRY: Indecision has killed more D16T "'....

I than ever. I have tried to tell him that I am not guilty and cats than curiosity. sltlrNNouslars

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IU".', Walt Mrkm. ".ue. R',...... CMwnn..5SL' J2 High or low aratultous. 64 Poetic conecards. 1 ul l 6IUATI SIMPLY GREAT, KIDS! i GUISS M DReAM
..._ M..,11. 0..11I. .'v.L'v. ...... ...... KNOW SOMITHING.
T. 41 Unstanehed. traction.
,... DttDEt SHOWS A LOT OF PROMISE! 1 15 DIFFRENTI
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I.' Color ....._ F.IAIM.d M abbua 13 Dried out 42 A few. 87 Lee'l men THE IWJDKEKCNEF! Jill 150 SOOTN S'OUti "' YOU DANE-ARE ALMOST ) |, SEE OUR NAMLS IN UGIITS E WANT TO StETOGETHERILIKE

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THIS aVKNINOlI Loses $100,000In "
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10.-Ada.N {wOINIe. N E .. -By Rita Salvato 7If
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Io-TA S A N PUFO-ABEN PUFOT ALTA
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0.30Off> -T.....* (y* I MIAMI (AP-Jewelry valued H R T H H 0 ABENITH OALUTH BUUD' I
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TOMO..OW .O.'HO at $100,000 was stolen Tuesday OIH.I .
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1_"',..... Int.rhM70O.aN from the apartment of tobacco I) R R f" T. .. E r I R' I
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Wald.wMNa W..I heir Richard J. (Josh) Key x A s l N P G c [ YesterdaY'1 crypt 0 a ra m:
UstO NoLAS uoos
00 n. Nw.Hlerr
._U .. M.lor nolds whose Doberman Pinscher Queen .ees unique equine. "
I 10NTa.,_. M.II I A H.. III t I I t Gu " 151115111L,4)) ARE YOU CUT OK BECAUSE I AMO" I is I ANY I'VI WIH 'IF THB Ju TEL
in
was a hospitalfor
AMa f CO n1 watchdog Ii 9/514 up recazes ABOUT TO NIP OFF1 IT H AM TALLYHO FOR YOU LUCK NA8TYOU PONT MH6C -
TOMORROW AFTMMOON a tonsllectomy 4 AM I TSTINO t MINNI5 100DI WITH TUB WIDOW 7 THB tOKPCR WITH AMONJ >* COMB tltVB IN BLCOPH
2 ."d.rt.rt." CahaS1oM I ; 1 y011R FORTITUD 'AS A MEMORY'y YEfZ'S PKIZC CATCH YDUR YACEE THE TO SLIT tHtOlr-Wt
,.... INM.w.OSc.narl The daylight burglary occur I I IMicfaZ YEERJ FOR M ii wceps -KOWTHATTMBSEVSENP COLONEL... JVNQLl YOUR i IT WONT 'pRT
I _M.rin".H.II.< to. "" red at the exclusive Racquet Korean ChargesOfficials Soviets ChargeRed I FROM THE YN AR'S I K PEAP? I i, TRIM! L uusr.., 7k, A tiff
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CO-J r iii LYDY.1
IV-Mu.ical In "to"u .. gunmen I
,. c. M4IOer
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,...."..,". Wall. tress Eva Gabor and robbed her Chinese = III'r' 1 I ,
I 10-M.Nwl nUrliMl Took J
I 1_'..... Dnk of S2 ,OOO in diamonds three
I o0-Th. F.m.llegro ,, Violate Border I M
..... .. months ago. I
I M. Url
of ...... 'I.i
_P..O. ,.."..,. The burglar overlooked a Japanese BribeSEOUL 1 1I
..._.,.Lwr SI2 .OOO bracelet tucked away In MOSCOW (AP-The Soviet ,


drawer. Police laid Union accused Red China
a lingerie yesterday
South Korea (AP- .. AI
"A
Leaders ; the thief apparently entered the,An opposition politician filed a' of systematically violate y I'' I f \\A I

apartment with keys. ing the Soviet-Chinese border.A f
criminal suit yesterday against III
Reynolds and his wife discoved statement issued by the )
rust Warren the burglary when they returned President Chung Hee Park and u I
government news Tass
home about 8 p.m. Reynolds his right-hand man Kim Chong- agency

CHICAGO (AP) Chief Jus- said only two pieces pil accusing them of collaborating -said:

j Uce Earl Warren is the whitean valued at about $15,000 were insured with an enemy state. "The Chinese aide has for LAY OFF PROBABLY WON'T CWOM.ZEfcO. I GEal GMGETTING
Americanegro national some time continuously and ra AEyZERO, TeLUNGM6pID SET rr AND YOU LL [ EVEN you MADALREADY'r
most trusted by Kim Choon-yun a assemblyman -
YtOU iw JOKEB, 66TMAP-.TUBMIU / SHOULD SET
"Insurance is too expensive, systematically been violatingthe
leaders says Ebony from the Liberal HEAR 1'H6 ,, BEEna 6ETMAP, AMP.A, THIS C5NB/
magazine. said Mrs. Reynolds Democratic party, accused the Soviet-Chinese border oftenin CF JCNr9 ABOUT J ,

onJts two of receiving more than $130 a crude and provocatory THE BASHFUL, I
The magazine reporting PILOTS DESK form." eoRluAp !! dl laM
poll of 69 prominent Negroes, million from Japan-a chargehe
laid Ralph McGilI. publisher-ed- MOSCOW (AP)-Yuri GagarIn has made before-and with The Russians thus once more

Itor of the Atlanta Constitution, the world's first spaceman. making "humiliating conces brought Into the open one of wi / '
ind U.S. Atty Gen. Robert F. has been given a desk Job. The sions" in the Tokyo talks to nor- the great Soviet-Chinese problems /
runners-tp. official military newspaper Red malize relations between Japan the long border from r
were
ennedy Star announced yesterday that and South Korea. central Asia to Korea. Some r IlDr

Gagarin will head its new "cos The talks were suspended on portions of the border were

About one.half the U.S. ftraw frozen monauts desk." Red Star didn't Monday because of South Korean fixed after czarist conquestsand ; 4q

berry crop Is processed as indicate whether Gagarin would student demonstrations never accepted by the
food according to the Ency ( last week. Chinese.
paedia Britannica. work at the Job full time. against them








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21 LAKt.lA.SiD LLDGLK. ihurwUy, April /. IM LIOAL AtVIRTIStMINTf I BUILDING TRADES

Beaux Arts TO CREDITORS !I' CLASSIFIED

fN THa COUNTY JUOCIE* 14 Bulldl|, Carpentering

Cherry Blossom Festival Bound Ball SlatedIn POLK COUNT COUNT IN AND FLORIDA'OR' ADVERTISINGRATES 00F5100. WIN DO"" at.0w00.ddnr .

IILK KTATF'r Nunn. ves.ka some.Mu .
ANNIE: : V. O..d ._ eiont*. to *** BaCoauactlns
'ro All "'....111.HARIIAAAbTTbTT ... 1540. Bt ft. T POMlnuniun Coetoaar a-....
HavenWINTER Inn lulni. nr Demand. Avalnat IS Words Phone MU 1-13M a. Basso
Hall Mint: MUhnvm. Crarje-SIOS man UU B-20D8 P. .la...

You sod .ar" of Lou aro horn Were ours arc Pare Dens
h)I nulflrd In file In rlniHtrale all r i M.. 21 I..fbtt
HAVEN TIle rialma and drmanda whk.k )ou 1la550153N35.21 7* 0 t '0
have. analnit lh. ewiatr of Minnie la 211 no loo ilia .
annual Beaux Arts Bait sponsored M. Hwrrett drceaaod. In the offlief 2 140 4 4K 80 I"750 1!U .0 M ROOFING" -(air DirmoABUi eevaioale. work.manahlB ale.OIDBM .

by the Ridge Art Association itluharI A, Ri-nnaon, Counlysuds. 2OLASOIFi5D Rails Loom c_...,. OOO
A B'ACl
al hla offk-o In the Court MU o-31: .
.. W M.IB
1121 p.r .olu. inek
will be staged Sat Heave at Burrow, rlcirtrla WilMa .
.he calendar mnnthe from April CLASSIFIED DISPLAY RATS ALL TYPES MBUtaoUal ee eaa>
urday night at the Arts Center y. 18C4. which le the date of the 13 30 Par soluma IncbCeatraet mrrclal roots repair** or nelarodMcCor .
...,
{ (Irat publication of this nntln 's nonfioa sad "h Mstal.1B4 ,
'y4atRP /R Building SOD! Third St ;arh claim OP demand must bo In"rltln. Rake Opus RmIsp4 ..*. OU... lID B-JID.

.w ., moat plate the place of WANT AD DEADLINE
.w The theme of the ball Is rrnMenco an it pout offlre ...d""' WOOD ADO.uMloatie 24 Flatter. Shtcc.i *

"Carnival Time" but costumes sat tro claurmnt. mom bo a worno *
and moot be rued aa aforrnaldor Day BeaeilKOMonday. pt.5T5RiwO. PATClttr0, 5W.nIIInN -
are optional. Dancing elsa. pima .win b_. vo4d . 11 SO at .elardalTueadeiejer i AlntatlNa and pdeltl40aFns ,
JOHN O. BARRETT X MoadayWedaeatfa a.....,... u._.._ oIaff TelMU -
tarts at 9 p.m., with music Executor *, 4.30 r M. Tveeda. ...._

by Bob BraiMon's "Mello wens """"". .
I "jft: TH WodBOa.
...ire.." Friday 4 JO P M. Thundaratirraay
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT BUSINESS SERVICE
Proceeds of the Ball amused TBNTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, 11 5. no** moarSunday

to carry on the Ridge YOLK COUNTY, FLORIDA 4M Friday

program and demonstrationsopen C... IN No. CHANCERY 300*. Docket 12. Header.DISPLAY 11 no M AM atardarTuertay 34 Uwmmwen t Service

to the public Pare N.. S4I 11.M Rms. Header
AMES! ,. REPAIRB ON all make lawunow.
FHASKUV W4 *"*
Tickets will be on sale at BUTt'lnUIlv. : IJ M NOOB Tueader Pro aDd mall .niln.a. reap ..\!-
.._ """".. naps o* r.o ua. 0..... Auto
the door. For reservations
40'fF.S: EDXA: Brine. 12 00 Awe *"_*., Shale' . 301 storm. Florida An
call 293.1334 CY 3-7711. or Defendant rein. II OO Noeo Thuradar PI.).. lID J-4JOI

CY 42006. Price Is $3 single, Notice Of Suit Saturday. 12 M Noon ThuridarSunday
THfl flTATK OK flDRIDA TO: 19M Ham Friday 37 Mattni Resenting
or $5 per couple. The publicIs AONKH: KDNA BUTTS. whoeant Th. Lreeer win SOS be re.
Invited. known nrtlitse la: Route I, ponilbla tar mart "' .. on* .T1'IIa. D.OYATINa I-
ELM .... Co_
Anbewa Income Inurtloa day Len MattreS
In addition a donation will Vail are hereby notified that a THE LAKELAND LEDGER P"'. p5,505 MO4545.
be asked but not required of lit for divorce h.. .bran fllrdnlnal

I Jl I for the Center's support of ."lure: and you shot In tho you above are entitled hrrebrroolrrd mE"ONt 49 W.11s ,..".*

Cancer Month For each donation to nerve a copy of your MU 6-1151 LET MOMTOOMEBT Ward ttU
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wor nr other written detennonupon ...,
two ticket-stubs will WALTER jour well and IBatBll rour O
W. MAMPY.
ntOBL D* 10 3* BMBIBO M POf
be entered for a door prize: I lalntlffa attorney wNrne addroaaa ."0.. MO S-4101.:
P.O. Box lsi lakeland Florida ANNOUNCEMENTS
Life membership In the Ridge on or Aetna the 4th day of

Art Association said Mrs. ]lav. A.D.. 0154. and before or im-
ON TIMI AND THIN SOMI Mtmbtn of th* L.... than .. hour" bofor th* Iroln .nvtd t* t.ki thorn to W..j ,nodlatel thereafter to file with 4 Lett end Feed) EMPLOYMENT

I I." Sonior High School bond took no ch..... on boinf lot*. ton to tok. ,.* 'I. th* notianol{ Cherry Ileum Ftttlyol. ( Myrtle l Williams publicity the Clerk of the above atylrd Courtordinal
chairman. tho of paid answer 0' LOST OLAUC1 I. blue saaeLoat .
M.., of the bond mombora ..,. on tho ...t.... ,I.tf..... moro Photo by SroinhovMt) aid' wrlttrn "..f.n.... If any. auirdaf. Pine I'r.." spar
If yoB fall to do ao. drcrrr pro Mau. toward MO 2-0173 S2 Help Wanted
coarsen. will bo ontrrrd asnlnnton
FOUND BLACK Beottlih U 1. .
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for the relief" demanded In
Vicinity of Lakeland 1.4.01. Call
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r t r Complaint.WITNESS'
1 MO
Humane encase. Male
r g,1 a mr hand and official COLORED PERSON 23 to
sal of offset at Durtow. Polk LOST: REGISTERED rid 11black '.
Cnnnly, rlorlda. thla Intn day of m..k. male Pk'nttw. Ir 45 years of age. Experienced .
)1.11..D.. 1-84. seen oil\ 668-1. 3 ., MU 1-11113. '
In office work filing
I). It. KI/1AV JR. 331 H w JorMTRoad Rewa.4.S
'(SEAL) rirrk. Ctrrnlt Court typing bookkeeping and

Pa By I Deputy,ucllle. HaatlniB ClerkrornniViMilonV Personal NetlcM 'cashier. Woman preferred

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ia-llt soy, ,IlL&.. uMd toole: tmu oodBorUne would consider man Must
3 ....... Dial MO S-43B* have for
fur 10"..'.. CulberMS Hardware.TRADING good personality
4 rto I INVITATION TO liD dealing with tenants Poai
Sealed bide. In ""pll,,"'.. will berocNvrd STAMPS nehanoibouohl. or
at .h. orn(.. 0' th. .'10'- 41t...... t07 Can UBM. tion bonded. Eight hours a
ida Citrus 1IU Vail HI3-M41 day five days a week
'rmnra Boulexnrd" IACbl"nd. LOIS SLIP Cover altos, lOt:
Inrlda '0.... ftprnrrt Bt 1 00 P.M.. Chealaat Road. ..*.10'1.. Draerrtea Write P. 0 Box 1009. Lake
FRIDAY. APRil. 17, 19K for the bedipreaea, lllo eevaroAwtrMo land.
following muffrialJfioooo : curtains. ...... tornlrte. .
:
})f Klorlla Orante JulieFair1 redo log IBiunotm. BUB.
t t rt Bark Plat Htrlpa. 22" erode e< lanmlta. to to one from
1 S 5%", ..t of thrro. dl..ut CHIUavrUN NURSING b.. .
and bleed trrre: aldn. ,5' M ...... .oeclal aUantlon elvea MALE & FEMALE
r.."h) Code Non WF.14.tAWK the. needs of eecfi aattrat. aroS13S3
.S4-'B. WK-H-er. Wnckl HELP WANTEDWe
10 pt Kromrknto. Mark I or .
AUTO INSURANCE Had
Lunttrkote. C18 Four (I) true aa Mdoom
t BO uunreaerr tints have immediate .
prloo... polora. printed one openings
pf3. months .. par. Call UPMM.
aide Ilatra and aspirations to
in the following posi
r bo ftirntahrd by vvndnr from B at LEE sic tun and pkele tramlac .
I, romplrte art auprHIr, by. PlnrIda ._... ., 122 Lake .eulanDrln lions
A t'Ilru rnmralniilnn Colorart .
.
i l., .* ( ready for tmrra, with FOR SALK fuse .pao* lot. Plus. Seamstress
t ovrrlnia for lettrrlne Color tan moths. balulaBd ..... 'alnardrna
proof to h. uhmttterl for approval MX 0-1431 after S Tailor
1. I brforn run.
r' lUary must ho proan made bv 'MIl.; BHIRLITS FLOWER and Hokb! Pressers-Must be able to
atop, 3340 Boutli Florida Com
t Ilk 1541 parknrrd In unite orS men's suits
plan lint of mllllMrr HPBIIM.framci press
rt n ..0 each. with quantity, rodenumhora matorlali
and p''irrhaiwi order
1N nnnbrr, marked! en each hulk Liberal benefit plan Includmg .
rintalnrr Prloaa drll\. -.rrdUkolanil
Klnrl.la TrlrBramo savings and retirement

Irn, ot be a"fptd. Any In- fOR SERVICE plan paid vacations. Imme-
qi lrl>. rrKnrdlnic thrne aprrlfl-
jl ratloiia count he made. not l I... diate discount privileges.

y eNe than u..".nt'( two. houra priorI Contact Mrs. A. Cuyler,

d : bid op-nlnC Othrrwlxr It with a smile call one of Personnel Manager Montgomery .
will drrod that trirne'i
onnr'
SFATHE0. i-:: ulona are r rly un.drrntoiHl the reliable firms you find Ward 1026 East

For furthrr by drtalla all Mddrra call at the la the Classified section Memorial Blvd., 8:30 to

TALL INI It lin't much of S formotlon, but .tud..... wore |uit beginning( to got In lln. o vivo office. The Florida Cltruinmnila under Business Services"BUSINESS 4:30.:

whan the photo ... t..... The formation ....d. It '011 ill''. for bond efflun i to make .u,. nobond any.!nn or rrixrvra all I'Ma.tho right toreiat ..
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member wo..bwnt.Lakeland. /./ earn Rank.Chairman

C.IM
IN THEIR CAPS There's no ...'ho, visible' ." I

the Lekilond Senior High School bond uniform tsp In the foreground IN
School Band THE CIRCUIT' COURT OF SERVICE
\ High but th...'. en Invisible. on* securely ."..hd the THC TENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUITIN '

I r honor won bjr ski bond U bmg ,Invited to toke pert In th* LORIDA AND FOR. IN POLE CHANCERY COUNTY,,

Cherry IkMeem Festival ,In Washington. This was trie icn. ot ATLANTIC TOAST LISP I

t Leaves For Washington EventBy the Atlantic. Coot Lin* Reilrood'station dor yesterday ol th* a RAILROAD corporation COMPAST, :: DIRECTORY

bond woifod for th* train to tok. It to Washington. V. Plaintiff :i iJOAN r

HVOpnr and MART USNODDV I
BABETTE STEINHAUSER to play doctor. I brought arrived In Washington. Saturday hie wirr. "t al. I : FOR YOU TO USE AS A QUICK REFHENCI

Ledger Staff Writer everything In my medicine they'll march in the Haven To Sponsor New SUIT TO QUIET Defrnrlant TITLE :

Eighty-four Lakeland Senior cabinet" Cherry Blossom Festival. And C... So. 57"t1-et-)55 WHEN YOU NEED ITI

High Band members, nearly Band member reached a Monday Lakelanders will begin Programs For WomenWINTER TOl JOHV NOTICE NODDY Of SUIT and MART

as many relatives, and 15 peak of excitement as the 15- to hear first-hand tales I. HSOI'DY. Ilia wlfr: JOHVHVODOY Appliances Picture Frame

about the 1964 to Washington and UNODDYMe .
trip
chaperon double checked minute-late train came roaring
wife. if married; MARY FOR PROMPT feVBIra om rotrlorators PICTURE: FRAMES: Beautiful
pile of baggage and drank Into the depot. Sure HAVEN A new Women desiring to play ball, 1.. SHODDY and 8NOD-) "..h'n.' BiachliMat and ,...... and mouldlni. CUIIOB nod

,' cases of soft drinks ai they enough within only minutes round of women's and girls' but who have no team affiliation sly her huahand, If married; appllooFM. rail THriftr Cltrtortlea .nd, ...d". 0.1.... Art Bhop3HOT .
If living. and If dead. their DtpartiiitBt. 618.1111. Orlnni' aura. MO 8.3304
", waited for the 12:38 to take drums, batons, trombones activities will be sponsored by should also plan to attend unknown helm al law. ....,.

them from the Atlantic Coast and chaperons had been New York Times the Winter Haven Recreation to be assigned to a team t.annul..,. Imaters ccprrsentoII., doMarrn..., rrrdllorn I..n.. Auto Repair Service Plumbing SvpplltsE.

line Railway Station to Wash rushed aboard the train by Department Monday and Tuesday practice schedule and tentative or olhrp Ifjal' .ntlflio' REKI I FHkE J>r..' O.c,''' .. M MORRIS Do-It TmraolfPlamblae

the students who were Including physical fitness, date for the League to n"t"l'IIl prranso clalmlnl( by, Brrrlro C..._. lilt Nona FloridaAifnut and EloaUKal BuooUoa.FTM .
Festival.And Has Bomb ScareNEW through or render thrm; and InfornatloB and delivery
Softball and baton lessons for Uial aumaur faro
READY TO GOBy begin Its regular ess Ion any and nil other unknown tlon ia/ir "'..__ on the tool ".1aI. pip' cat and tb.OId.

as they waited many this morning they had Classes In women's physical schedule will be discussed at nntuiHl till,.r ha,prroona or Iraal, .n. fatally car with, the latest HKtronlo od.. 94 pours atrtiea M6I410.OMMM .
Ino
or rlalmlm' ally LokclaodPtlntlpj.
fitness oaulpmoott Our eOr'naSk1PS.
parents wondered how muchof YORK (AP) A bomb will begin Monday the first meeting eniatr. rlKht till. or In".1 nMttlr, tae ears of oil OBtomotlto .
threat forced evacuation of the night in the Armory and will In and 10, the following dortlifd .- rrpain Call IJ-1233]
this boundless energy wouldbe Man Mushes Out New York Times for be conducted for six Baton Lessons .,, property loraiod Ip Attest. I...... Wo Sin o M.
left when they returned building an Mondays folk t'nunty. Florida. to-wit. ; Orals atampi
hour Wednesday night and delayed Mrs Helen Rile supervisor of Baton lessons will begin for All that portion I of tNi Barlow PaR AU your ,,,,.\In. eases
April 13 Urarnh of the Atlantis ran MO :x-4101 CooimrralBl Peso
To Mark BirthdayIn the second edition 40 minutes women's activities said both beginners and Intermediates i I,Ino Railroad right of oaat.way Ate Seat CarenLf.YD's Ids. Lrttorrieada IllhocraphloaRadloter .

Mump PossibleThe a Times spokesman said New work will be Included on Tuesday Classes will whkh Hen ;North of Mute Road ). ..1..
ass and Mouth of an rxlatlna AUTO ant Co..r.. Com
possibility of mumps Fairbanks The spokesman laid a man with review work, making it be conducted Tuesday and canal In I'. M. Dinrrnmrnt lot pip". aulomollto Intorlora IJI Service

and a railroad strike already I told a Times telephone opera attractive for women who have Thursday afternoons for elementary 1 In tl-r Nf: 14 nf HTIoV! :' tail: Main P50,. MU 1-7S1*. ,
ART .., ,
IV TflHNHHIl' 2e M>| TH TTPE: .adt. '"" ,.
have thrown in two big IF'S. FAIRBANKS. Alaska (AP- tor: "A bomb will go oft In an had the course In the past, age girls at Rotary ruai2; tAir. B.I!tow: ConcreteLICENBtD fl..nln.rI..*. bulldlnt

One member came down ;Joe Farris wanted to celebrate Hour In the pressroom" said Mrs. Rile Park playground from 4 until PtXk I'n nitKlorloa' morepanicularly ,-Pruilra'I'I. lUdlalor ....Ico. MU
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with the mumps )just before Ms birthday In the big city. I About 700 employes left the Classes are limited to 35, S o'clock. i<.wC .: described fol CONCEITS oOBtraolor -':P-A01ATOIU. BLOCKB (lOBnfdon

leaving and only a short time So. he got out his dog sled and building and remained outside and advance reservation Is Miss Casey Ayers will Instruct n menre. at tko Vorthraatcornrr aupa.DrIveways otraou. .curb noon, potkoa aldowa and ki. ; 'nbklo Crclo". ..ltk.. ... no.pom .

later threats of a nationwide mushed 60 miles to Ruby, That while police searched the base necessary at the Recreation the beginners and Miss run Mouth of raid II' 13 Krctlnn W!'rat t,alone and bridiM IlL N. Morris, *M-M14DrBrles ,.bath I ell Florida.,".,. aa-4ol 0..1.,.. 330J

took 2'/a days. Then he caught ment Department or ill townnhlp line, IIot" Ioak.lan'
railway l strike were a n. preisroom by calling CY Elaine Noelte will Instruct the fort
to a point on tho former tart; Radio t TV Repair
Fairbanks 4-1000
a plane to 140 miles ,
nounced. intermediate classRegistration boundary nf the right of-way

Never fear though the kid.won't east l resin of extinct Those entering the class and $1.50-half of Mid. Atlantto Cnort Une. i KXPERT RADIO and TV Mrvieeplue .

think twice about any. Joe, born In Laurel Bloomery pine trees that flourished should wear comfortable clothIng of the fee-will be taken at the in Railroad 4!' Whet: I -.n along('. run said Bmuh Io.t CUSTOM MADE drawl Hlpcaiori ... I, II-M noiature prooflni. aftoi.
all I aur nt la
npalrod la
upnolitorini Tour lai our mo*
thing but fun. And as one Tenn., got here Wednesday along the Baltic coast 60 million suitable for physical exercise Rotary Park Community Center hounilnr 615 44 frat to a pointon rt..r ails Plus mlinatoa I. era ahaa at e fair .r..-.. Briafrour

his 85th birthday. I years agoPLINTY and should bring floor the Hnntn. boundary nf aa your noBM EB, ...... 2331 Nom I Mt la and lavi 10* or call
chaperon said 1 m prepared a Thursday at 4 p.m. Both .>l.tln ( ,.."al.| Mid pnt| b.. Tampa R ibwar. IN..g>4Ftmet I Howard. Hullo and TV. MU
covering to each class A K beginners and Intermediate Ins Ihr point of liralnnlnii 1-11170. 411 Lontfellow, not to
From the point nf Je.. .
iilnnlni Mnwrr miopRtwiovlnf
fee i* charged for the course classes will continue for six molls Math t N ti Went :

Ngt! v' e 1 SI weeks. Children may register aloni said boundary 1,240,14
I -Pltch Softball rat la She North boundary of MUTUAL PENCE Compaar lao ,
I for either day Stele Road #1": run them.. Lo...' prlcao. no dots payarotluaranloMl I FOR' EXPERT: ...,
ri ine of meta
The 1964 Women's Slo-Pitch North: S" ,If veal alone solo Wo .OB I bo lodtraold holta I Bait. rHantto, kuraato. .
Softball League will hold Its LEGAL AOVERTISaMENT Mirth bnnndart lets. fat to Loiolaod" InduMrr, MO t_ . tall Krllum Rewnrux .....
thr W>.| h.ninlary. nf the aald 41.1ft Pro oitimatraFoTalrure. let I .114I-311..
first meeting of the season at NOTICE UNDER riCTITIOUS ,1ltnntlr'onus Lino Hallneid

7:30 p m. Tuesday at the Civic NAME LAW n"hI."f..y. thrnro run :Norm RNN.g
:29' ST .: .
Center. TO WHOM n WAV CONCPRV: : : a.t alms naM hntindary
I.in I I" f."ft to the rioulk
N nice la hereby .h"n that tliimlrmlgnrd BRIDES Brit lurnllur. ;
prim ALL ,
TYPES
i All persona wishing to entera pursuant to.the "Kl". trrmo hnnndar Yon of SoathN.n .110111111 II canal Kantakini : II."' .', .......... Pb... *u. ,replaced Repairs rootle cuarenued repersd. or B.

team in the league should tlllou..rn.. tltatiite. Hretlo eald ranal boundary. 0111 C Dorian Rootmi Compost, 6S*.
>>8&.11I. lwa of Klirlde, will
rr g- 101S M.tg7)
begin making plans for attendance I.I.r with the CI.... of the firult HMD* feet. to (he Dolor of brSlnnlns Income Tu ]
Court. In and Tract enntalno I.HIYdL
for Polk Cnn
Screen
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or send a .. Repels
aeon.
representative Honda. more er Lr
I ly upon ifxelpt of proof
said Mrs. Rile of the puhlicall0n of tl-le 501)0the ) s. lost suit.*RK hRA m.rtp-ny b..n Drought NOTirrrrluid tiled INCOME TAX :l.Rii.iI: aLPAIatU moon site
iktlllnuo nitmr. tn wit. erernlnt reDarM In sand
or
KRIT5 MX.IT Circuit numliorrd abuv In the $5 and mad. fro.... Fitt: ... delivery.
up
Curt of tho
Troth Judl .
0nd., whl .b I .m eneaiedbunion. In 5n Il4A
7 Policemen .. lal t'l'rlll In and for Pnlk Cixmy .
1
rxpiH-t to encase In H & R Block CoPMkdara
Florida. .
liulniMi by Atlantic" CrMal Line
a at Sill eovrntry Avenue Swimming Peel
"mI r la the CIty of LakrUnd. Florida: Ullrnad Company. s r,>rn nitlon. SAM. U t M.
That the party Inlrroaud In aald Plaintiff the purp. m of ..hMi U Sal .* SUB f to S1M '001.& c t. I A 1'1 I D. rroeop ...
In Jax Have buslnee enternilM*, la ee follow"'' to xDnvng.serlb.A detrrnilno plaintiff. title to the West Walnut St a I w/.1. <11_,..... .o1SIN4
*. W FRITZ' rELENTZrn: !: lande to h. ulpun'. ".11. 'ilia Iaa. Pals.
I orood and .lIrf1l1fo. fa .11"1'1' 'U 1-13..
(Hole Ownrr) I Phone 686-1958
title. to .
rrmoso th. clouds
Been Arrested Plorldg Datrd. at lakeland. Polk' County. he plaintiff. 1111., to old hind'upon. FOR L.. Lois pools roil ClarkTeUvIiiem
March
17. 1154 5r
r..n N.Pletvr...
U-sls. and to niilrt and confirm plaintiff Lamp Repair U6-.e44
I lisle thrreto. and yon are herrbvreqiilrrd

JACKSONVILLE (AP-SeveD WAHEMOUSa AUCTION, and rnmmandrd. to Ilk i LAMPS REPLACEMINT: inao.i
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city policemen have now been N tiro la Nrvhy gl\rn) that protlalnn your answrr and dnfr-nara to aaldroropla LBBIO pane and renal. taprrlalmuoloa FOR
of law. ban born ",,..ptt. .. at If any you have, withthe. 1005 noito oroano Afo- .....TELEVISION. repairs .. all
:arrested in Clerk o't. .
an Investigation of with for ihr anir Bt pillule BUI'llnat In" used COllrt. ..01. BUO. MTJ 444MLawamtwtr. man.' 'Sk "Vyus** tall
w IhePe.f
efgapRdr .alleged tie-ins between police I ho following. lulu of hnna...hi>MSooiln .u"\ropy to-will. &AwNL So MAlnnfrp One
and for She inMiicnt of war. B.. Repairs
gamblers and more arrest and awrll. p O'iio'if'StVi Upholsteringxe
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'..-... Ass and unrmhan 'I. Hemt. Hat.ele .
I II were expected. that n,i,'h .ale will ho .hold! .t or MINI rr Site J'th hartn.div. I I'' LAWNMOWEIt IIrPAIIUi' .... VPII i 4a1N Ill..

I Two more city policemen YnlPa1AN VOMNO of> ollI.o"A\ D,"fi 4. Herein: fail. and tools akarprarc' 'n, and xe Silt covers end ......... nap
l- nil VII: i u2ll not or dr e pro ronfr-uo will brntrrrd I aril mo."" E Inset. 230 Luke. wnaklo Free .."...... pith tie
,James P Branch 30 and J.P' I MU
t V E3 Ave against vnu for the relief o-U40. lad deliver Fhea* Mt-4440. tot
Lumanx, 28 were arrested Lull. .i![Hii.iw" th Haae:
on Siuurdn April 15th. at 10 It la
further ordered that this Pointing
Tuesday Branch Is a nephew of A.M. M< tk-o of Halt bo publlahed Ven.tlg. Hinds
Ones
I Police Capt. Harry F Branch l ,
} 4 PF ( >-Bus aprtni. 'iBBttroao floor 555. &R nCAlA A II D ...
to thr date hrraof I.h05.. ISl.rlor.
who and
was seized last week on a .brrakfiwl table. 4 "".t.*. prior lo th.7tt day of April h. ..\lm.''', reawnabi nkrby. wart .aanufactand. Repair. ieBBei'vflBiilitd
+ bribe charge. Ml Itoo-Jaoeb Brlnunnrrfrlgrrator A. -. 1W4. In the lakeland .13-1.... 113.3811. Yr. 7Lreas..Ioe.. : Also entoDioixie V.B.
olectrlo atovaIn IBB allads. AIr.IoItt, MO e
The Ledger. n."r putallahed S711
Branch
younger and Lu n bed complete, T tralaht dairy and nf rneral rinulallon ,la
manx were charged with unlawfully haln, .brtakhut table HI 1'hlk rinrlda
chill. O. M Chair, vanity = my hand and the was If YOU
accepting unauthorized WISH
a compensation for nonperformance -I All Itoiua win bo on oahlMUniirtiiK County, Irerlda. mi Ins llth day
of their I duties" battnnf houn and at oalo. of \arch.I A. P 1H4
i All sates final far sash to high IaEALD.( H. "'.OAY., JRUrrk BUSINESS CLASSIFICATION
Mayor Haydon Burns Mid ..t hlddrGFREl1M.SN of the itreuil
OF lUGGAGI It loeki .> If the fend might be alonninf{ o month.lone four, bat I county men as well as city policemen "' ; )10'1)1:0: STORM Court or Polk Musty.

these (.... eren'I ell lull .' clotnin, May .rh. . I C1fI. FrOTMaByi
meit eenteln ,ln trur .. ., mum sad will be arrested before tin Harry K. /./ Viola A. ",,"I. DIALMU6.,51-AkForClasfied

the like ..' the (end's ,ertlcl,....n I is the Cherry lleNom Ftttivel la WeiKiajren. the investigation Is completed. t iBtxl..vT: this Rh dn> of "Prlr."I'f 17-551 Deputy Clerk _



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I :*: EMPLOYMENT I MERCHANDISE HORTICULTURE .j* MERCHANDISEs 1 MERCHANDISE MERCHANDISE 1* AUTOMOTIVE LAKELAND lEOOER. Thu JrSday. April .. 11KMRENTALS '!.


AM City Employment! ,. 56 Salssms 73 Feeds, frails, VsgTblti, 97_Articles For Sele-Mc.! : 103 hnalture 1 Appliance;. 101 Plonti I Musical Ini,: 121 MoalU Homes r--RENTAU'-.I*

ALEflMAII WANTED for t_<. FRUIT Poll SAL*.
Bat
or bulkal
delleerr, ue (140 Coai-alt.lon Alto '''''P_. Wooley Prilltaad .il AUCTIONFriday SAVE SPECIAL IAUI ol Beor Oraad. CORVAIR CAMPER, fulll; 129 Furnish) Apartment 129 FurnIshed Apartments
Vz Week's Feeft7POIf Rim Mtmnanr "OD.", Koipllal- J40I North Plorlda M studio. CoMolM and Spin*". equipped. Lew 8111..... Makei.
nation paso ute. areMtnl and 1011 :' Kites Only 25 to 50% Real ....ln.. Bran.. 104 10..11Il'Iorlel. I 'ood lecond tar, No tradet.: NICE LOCATION clean anlaat Oil; POSt RENT furaiahed apartneat.

ACCEPTANCE) h..llII. A 0011 Bo"'D'. Dolt,. iWi iiii.r Wiiml--ra; ;, on .. plea-*. MU I-IM4: _ .. Lane olson lobs Electricity: and water Ourstoloed.
04 .050 Win 0rI... 7.30; PJ.L AdulU Parkin. Water untuned-. .11I month 1243 Kathlnn Read

MALE: Journeyman electrician EXPERIENCED' -A'U TO i 0 BILE Letand quart yoa Thomae ekE BoliUi Week end dart Mcln.only: w. buy or sill for yoa BADCOCK'SRe.Buiit 111 Sporting Goods 10 -13 20 30 WIDM 120 Went Cannon.S C.II IWMI07I

Air cond. layout taltiman Could work Into" part tools Road On. mil. Weil al, JIMMY WALKER'S Living Room MOBILE HOME JNBCRANCEaTORAOl U ALL MODERN apartment:: CLOSE DOWNTOWN. Two larll

man. Sheet metal layout. nenlilp profitable Email Bolt tot dolnt Dover APACHE CAMPINO traile>.I PART I lor.. .1".Ito lor "' .110. (14 Eat ILimoS I room*. VtUltlu paid Plo weekly.
builnee will she -- - AUCTION CENTER Furniture tht bMt bolero bouts tar. 15.: Pnon MU t-mo 313 sleuth Ntw York. 613-4090.
Appliance repairman. Me- imall jalary plo all taiulnen 76 Lassdscapko 13 0 .. I 3 and 4 Piece John,. *aga Park ..ird.. PIMU.:
chanicf. Cement for claM aim .nature writ* po 6 6* But llflai room lulUt Park, Plorlda DEE'SMOBILE TWO BEDROOM, 'lltrlat and i APAIITMBIO'I'S, 59.58 $1150
finishers
Boo 61360 ShIll. 518 : :
SOt Lakeland psr wona LImb
ilvlni kitchen
tip*- Clean chtertul Me'
-line HARDY SOD CO.neeiUM NEVER U II ED Suburban electricin PrasLiou$8R95 .11' UMBRELLA: 'our SO.b5000rhood. ..... .
Cooks. MANY MANY and If bondabl or not tent HOMES close to .lId f a> "rnlth. Children
Laa aram .,, and o'*D. 1191 Air eondl.itrt and up. inatat. fram rau. Ooodi tondlUon I let.. _oDd lloor.thopplnind 0.1,0105. Also tleeotni roomt.
prtval
MORE 51 4 000 BTU 1100 '.OOCI I Call MO .1031. 841 II. Wlbaih MU 1-9891 : 414 Bait Oak MU 6-916T
I Work 1 ntnnte
Wanted FREE ESTlVlATE BTU. '150. OouMt bowl slots, Par tpeclacular laTlnu wren onlr III BOreekl ..
FEMALE It earh Hooda 3013-31'. Ill la need furniture Includlni\ water MU I4Jia POUR ROOMS sod bath. Early
: Credit office TRAcTOR WORM Vented Mowin tilt N oilmoTRACTOR VII 5-1051! ...h. MO 14008 112 Wontod Miscellaneous 0' a 11' BCREENLO: .oo.n. ,u1lo ;: Amorl'aD furniture. Adult ...118.
Bookkeepers. H o 11 ease and dltclDi NOW Mulpmtnt WORK Mowlna. pl... VISIT BADCOCK'S .....11. So. raIn Compl.I. NU I mint pool 149 south .uor_

Secretaries. NCR bookkeeper Quick .."Iro. Call toe ,re. ...u.m.l. I.... dlttlni.. sod .....1..... Sloe olee.DISHES: th.ira.-BOOKS: denki.. lift Itemi.picture t*>. Used Furniture CAU FOB lOur ususod Heal 1-1013 .11. 6 d. ...k..d.. COTTAGE near bu. erloato ELECTRIC. .ul..d for kltcheaLOWER tWO.. THREE ROOMS and bth round
... Prod L ".... MO 6-o 3JTUDENT Mlt4 in pool Mdm and i "u 1.33" 1987 BPORTBUAN. WiIr .: tioor. DI.I.I.od Phone
(rame*. appliancea and ftther fur- DepartmentIn 3O'81', full I .r."d". 713 West His.III'S .00,105
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Waitresses. ...
.11I.. .
Cooks. "3. 4l4at.
: MALE dMlrn part also. II aiot Cochraa Btreet off bath ....U.III condition (1490 I 112.2112. IoIU .o2N..
MANY MANY MORE. Um. ........DlD. Position. c.u W.b.... Avenu. MulberryW.S.BADCOCKCORP ca.... trmi, or tqultr tics parmenu. roes ROOMS, furnlehtd apartment. .
I Maar hlth 13301081. ..,10.. totwnu. 130 71 Tree SvrgeryINSTRUCTION BEAUTIFUL HAWAIIAN'prlntu; Th. lanliss mo m004 WIll mon., AUTOMOTIVE M Bonlm Clrolt. tee DUPLEX FOR RENT ridrrly: couplt preferred
area* notitioai"
luted with w n.*. Meaiewr txlni Willi sod 5 30 Stobdays. .t liut 61 19 per yard Daeroa 8150 PiP to, lao, "III' and "II' 6061 after 6pm. 40) East Oak D36 Eat Pshm.tio.EXCSPT1010ALLY .

..i (..l placement.I JUNIOR WEST aU lawn <.r.. lion TalNMl/IQ. iltrus bud. Cotton. prlnta at ... and manyouiert t II "ul.....,. 116 Automobiles Fee Salt : /I 1 C I sew
lot Sod prarIn a. 110... Wiohiri dID. and yard woeS. NU 2.4015, at reduced .price. W.ll-to- 123 Ports, Batltrlu, Tires Purnlihtd of unfurnished R4deeorawd 000rtm.st.. Air eoMIII.II.d U do.Irect. -

I ; and palnunc Phono MO 6-1316 wall carpet *rarosr.soau 0 t* 1983 CORVAIR Moma convirtlbliradio. flOw kltch.n toulpment. ToI..on. NO 302114. 510E50
208 Arcade Bldg. If itnanonor, MO 6-3700 7J< i* yaur tia* and ...... Pretent ttnckIncludM ,. ..*..*.. automatiC traneiluion. -- WANTED. 1904 or atom s cylinderord Beautiful tarrtiao floor Twil.rt. .I Chonlso Otr.ii.
Croictat Orb.., .... Candy ... ... motor loud ,.
.I.Dd. Florid. .1. Nylon MaIn whit ildtwall ""., 1$.. conditionPrlrrtl bedroom Til bam. Ctllitr .
Btor and APARTMENT-:
Wartnaueu : LIVING dlnlnakitchen .
Tweed and 601 DuPont HI-Lo natonablt Phone MO I
000 rollet. MU 1-4183 room 671 partly furnlnhrd
COI43RKDOIRL. waatlna t* work Mul...... or .
Plorlda bedroom bath
1-401I1. newly
M Clowd Bundam.
Schools! a C. HamiltonPaorki
!SJ Help Wasted, "m.U 0 dan with pay al IS 00 per day Dad. City Hwy N. 17 Mulberry Blore Heurt: un POnD OOD..tlbl.1 pw- 670 Jr.unlurnuhtd. Call T. R. Tuck decorated utilitieo\ furnlKried 6RSReildeno .
ilut" ben tare. Call MU 1-0860. .. North of InUntat 4 I I m. to 5 p m. blip Prl. slUt I ar. 60110. ...... No. IoD. P011.5.oWner 124 Tracks Traitors tr Rtallor, MU 6-7171. 668-1176. office 663'
"AITI\IIII: WANTED. N' II tois LIGHT:: CARPCNTERtNO\ FLORIDA LAROEBT and not 0.1010 686-J4.I alter a 30. I .......
i..II modern beauty achool Lakeland HOdPUAL BED Arnaaa nprliht OARAOE APARTMENT. PU
I
mi "'.s u.m.rtuj ....1..... palnunt Work by lob or lIo.r'/1/Beauty Coli.... ill a Plot atCompletely Treeter. Toledo rocery I team. Over Open.0 auoriat AU Dar, Wedneidar.10... '6j RAMBLER. all cylinder .... 'a8 FORD .1" haS 5.5. ItS ton room comfortabl con..nwnU. THREE ROOMS and bath first
LADIU IARN I mao a.... ID. MU 3ilU0WILl. I remodeled air eoodl- '66 Ford tan truck mod. make Plorlda mrIsu I on. like new low ..II..... T... Cull MU .2.Oft locaud No pel. Inoulro 101 Ln- distal Lake. 649 month SB..

.... Sal oDIo, ......D' Wart.tu . CARE lot children While. boned ample pertirSOsU 6-4
condition, at Uie .. .* tlm.a tout herwur ho I Daya and ens-I N. Tamp nilhwiy, Pbon MU I lie No Florida AT* M6 PORD. 4 door hardtop: radio 10'HO', SIn! volt TRAILER lontrator tarpaulin. All lor EFFICIENCY DUPLEX POR RENT
APARTMENT C>arl
3-3396. -
Puller 11111" MU
Bru.n dealer PuU 9-7241 Badcork Will Treat You and hiater, automitl trinemlulon
WANT A Rliht 1139 134 Nona Crntal. Lot .. locauon PURNUHCO OR VMTURNUHEDHardwood
PrKal
.. --- both andmtranc I
part tlmt roe further Inlormatlaa. i: iiW-wor.AM'W ii ii Good tlree. Will lacrttce Drlra. 066-346J ,
ell 66S-494S DAVENPORT. CHAIRS, Zenith I *, Utllltln lurnUti.d. Ad. floor, Ian. llvlnt
Flint tor 1318
Call
,... Job at short ardor oook or solid I BETTER JOB? IUSED FURNITURE and I TV. ",.t....let, bedt, rni. pad MO 1-1381. 811 FORD pl..llo. Trill.. 'or 'Ohor Olio only. 6HJ-150J '00111. dlnlna room I.... bed.
MU_l-3bto. ......... vainer. mlao. 1J08 (out MI AMERICAN convertible '80 ...OD. NU a-I7UI. room. fully furnohed kltoll.D.ol..lrlo .
OMAN WITH abot 1 averaie LIGHT CARPENTERING. beau.' Take Your Choice: appliances upholstering N.. Yorh. 1971.. Be* at 2tlt BompeteadDrlvi. NEAR COLLEGE 74S RushIng r....., larte Wettlnlhoiu
I ale ability and coed rtfereno. Ouwantt lull la tllect.Iter 1961 FORD P-600<< V-l two .peed $00. Wits,. aulomatle waiharhlldrtn ,. relrlkerator with freeilns unit
ileanlnf and painurui., La... S Buy sell trade. H ft M !
tee 30-59 blab. acted IBM Keypunch ,9' aluminum body :, IIm.1I MU S-3069
oducatlon I pot tan radioicattr all tIll bath Ian eloett nullty
m.wed all kisS of yard work .
b kmaunt ri bettor of car..nacaaaary. mall Jy hour or fob Ire. .."m.let. S Speedwriting Shorthand I Bargain House Highway 98 WE BUY M AND '8T tleaa BelAIr Chtvrobolh -- Eictllmt condition 080.' APARTMENT TflUt ear.. room and parking' area dot to
( oa lead 1131. lortda Bouthcra Collti.. Phono
lurnuhed. Thorouih. tnlnlni with eaa-iaoe 5 Typewriting North at Gibson la. MU 2. 1.... four door, low milettr port t.7 Wett Ptachtre. Adul .. MU 30030LA .

Ipportunlty for advancementould PART TIME-...nlnii, weektlExperienced .. S 4304 SELLTRADE .... Uilnt orlilral (11-8068 125 Butts no pelt.In rear Inquire. ..ra.. apartment

eorulder part Mm .....*. la aookkeeplna, .... Office Machines. P'OIALJ:: 1180 Pielcou. 0004p.OdIIloo ROE APARTMENT, ntc. cletnnd
/iI*. ilvlni outline 01 prtvlou.xperlene fertlilni photography. D... writ Comptometers I Owner 'I8tI. PhOD. CY COTTAGE Poun room Plorldii > well Ilirnliihed. IronS en.
*. tdurttion. *lo to Boa III'. Phon 2-ooa3 alter I p ra PARLOR 'LOOR I..... and POreh.h.I G-O-O-D "2834. Winter Ha en. USED SCHOOL ..u.... ClPord .., i elertmbo. air conditioned,- U's.IhrI. private bath on clip but
.2141. .....llDd LidS.,. = wo-r.iAii I BookkeepingStart ,.. All In hod condItIon Chevroltu and oUl.... WU :r'mh.lt; 613Mi South PlorldiATTBACTIVC !.top. 739 Com.... Road Ideal
ATTRACTIVE In thIrtIes.a Call OlD B-13VI WI FINANCE Tour onditood .. -5834.. '3S Norm Lincoln ATI- horn for rouplt 112.a.,.
[.AY C Kd.: .."... .. .u.-- 8. Mclal work, teaohLni back any Monday USED Low at 14* d.... Bunihlo "U'. tIm I
,,: 1..rl.II. Apply In p.'. iround' de.lrei challentlna pa. I aLUCTROLOX: ,3>, lateit model,. I Ia Vo"l Cern. .18..MI THRill room apir THREat rURNUHEO rooml. ..11.lrell'l.
.n. Oolite Jack, t4 Wa- sIlo-n. 1300 minimum Writ Son Day or Night .. nsonao ten. Take ever PU.streto. ,"\, 640 AIM .leeplm room kltrhen prlrat bath,
M-881. Ukelaod Lid!!. ,I Flectroluk) COrp., asn-1606 FURNITUREWARNOCK VOLVO ltd. twin carburetor. RENTALS With b>Ui. p,....., tit. lal list: c..... In. 611 Kt Bayyou'd .
-- i I our .....S Iranimluion, radio ROk*.
WANT CARPENTIRINa work"and Lakeland 6 CO: \OE "r r-frltr.l, ooci'' heSter. IBM. 181a BouU Unooln
ATTENTION Palo UnsSIi tery rioOflSbilprIcot condition 6JO. Att.r a, 3713 Don MV 3-319' 128 Business Places For Rest TWO BFDKOOMa lower spank
HOUSEWIVES No Job too email. lU-IJII. Business Institute, Inc Circle. FURNITURE mtnks. .1..11. iltractlvlit. I...
1053 P005C51S lupor 111-II.000 51.11,4 Wu.t.r. .Iortrloll 1..lud..d .
Positions now available for On Lake Wire. Lakeland ALL PURPOSE TV antenna with mil.. 812.aJ. UI .a8. dm1 lOcally. 006.
nip, trod In stand off ew.. fc Appliance' ExchangeMU 840 SQ. FT. '031.CLoSII.
til I ladies abovn age 30 whore I Phone 688-9856 .ompl.O.-p IT. 10 IOtA tutoll 19&3 PORD Ranch ...on. $111
I interested in JOIN I. ...h.,.. .cholc 62) Ken: 2.2222 Lakeland I On WMt Oak A,,".* la Kathlta OFFICE FOR RENT I IID li'1. tWO el.n. spsolooiS
working It or* vnnier ....her, 111. Mar 302 E. Memorial Blvd. MU 3-0070) Tuck.ri Onus aunts Bulldlni! ...lm.llle. 112 10 ua ...tl,
normngs. Guaranteed sal- LIVESTOCKII .... "\II.,, ....h... 616. Two 19117 CUIVROLIT hardtop Load 0'14i" P..." p.rtlni in front W.... 'ur.lab.lI. Clark 000sItp.

ry, year 'round income THESmart buUIoID D..... cholct 6 21. Clem CONDITIONED W I: 8 TIN O. ... factor air eobdltlonlnt. Orn and rearl Ttrrenta floort Ideal a.8.1031.
cot t Hardware and AputlaacttMl HOUSE under the eounur dUmwuher cal SlamS flnlth. matehlnt lat, for doc to.', or tire or medical AlIt CONDITIONED .hllolrnm. iHf KIND
jo< weekends or holidays. Dogs, Cots, Pits W.bMh. 666-O69S Very reanonable. Cnil rio,. UM than 40000 81 II... PIanting upply eullet Ccatr.l heatlni 0011. Perot Holobbnuon 0011iris.
buimmmen who riectrle: 320 W..l Mars Street arranied. .sa- 73J. eia Sod> air eondltlonlna. 1119 month- 1101 Osorhh' rlorldl A...
Apply In person ; 801 I I'. CHI T R Tur.... J,.. Heal. "'"
turn their used office BETTY POODLE! BUoppe .... Linoleum run . . t* 6S up TWO'Tiiiiii"I;;; bedroom IL._. Ole MU 17173BUSINESS
310 Arcade Building I turnltut. nib '...lon.l croomlnf. etud, pup.I 'SubS Him bick _toro |1S It .no Blond-Walnut. Two piece nee .I POR8THB Buper '0. 12 000- '--- __ 0 tAO U ND FLOOR, attractive
a.m., Monday Saturday Into oltt.I 1363 EaUllen Rx .d. BhopH4I4U Ret 611160 1..1_ llylna lonal and Hollywood bed.*. 661 milt.. rudio pualap tire. 13.600 Diriment, Ores laundry facllltlratcrtatlon Of MAN
with Inexpensive ClassIc Home. 68B-MMREUIBTtRED I room tulte .. . 67SS6Rei 1411. MU I.17M. CORNER Crow Trailer City.

fled Ads. Dial MU -I1S1 CHIHUAHUAS two' 62$60 Bok iprlna or lobS CHRYSLER Clean. excelent FOR LEASE 55510W" )OlshWun. I.I<>D Par.

EARN mentn. and older for silo. Stud lereprlnt fertMlaer6 mattreu, SO Ib III 61 SOStat. 00 104 Gas Oil, Feel 1 runnlni condition. After Ip Corner of ,... Kentucky and cloy NICE duple "'r.. ...th.
....I.*. imall choeolat mal< m call MIT 1-0045 pl.lII cloieti, tcrttned porohl .
hat needed money "The 50.4 bedroom iult complete Packer now vacant and avail1600 Prl.. .. want In otfice
> MU your
MU 61366WHITE
S-1510. IMO loot
FINANCIAL ISt (9Re PROPANE OAS for oooklni. Healnt 1968 E8QUIKE nation .'..OD..n. ibis. 10 fret Pius loadingock. 1II.ln.
AVON Way" AKC WHITE rolnrbr.d OlIodI.n foe *. 649 SO ..pl... dinette i hot ....... Irrtiation IDd... .. Pair ol .." and lnldsr-d. Writ or phone: RiD T000h.man. will be reading the Ledger
.11. Call N1J J.I U23. eel . . . 636 M trl.l ... call SI-16. ley's In w>m *ll I18JO61Jno 333.1 Elllcotl: DrIer Taila. 1PPIC1INCY, UTILITIES ..'lit.
62 Business Opporfgnltlos Oood "... TV. . . . S4> $> SerIal Oa .....1... 1393Auburndal II.. h_.. Florida round lloor Wi.uid. Call MU Want Ads tomorrow
Call 682-4137 KITTCN8 0 .. COMKT .... .
*.ru. Call I HI.h.... ranch .11. la .rr 4.2531
New 3 HP 31" power mowerBOW Phone 385-3429
for detailsor MU 90tl anytime . .. . . . cool condition. IBM a** .1 COO
CHOIC' .UlINICIIII 646 69 Plac offer where
aol Internal Weak .Xaron Road or alter 5.osIl N 1 C E t V PVRNI8HKD cottait. your
SF05111105 ...1 aud,. LNLA. AltO OiiiiiATII.hHd.Tii'rHl.m.l. ;; : Good need ale.. and retrlt- 105 Jewelry Pole RUST 0151n0000m.WItS, IOM In. air conditioned, .
Si.:003'i.cohorT : ',
Realtor IS37 E Memorial Blvd .. Ion. Call .33.11II11. .... ralori . . .. 640 SO upBtiM .11..ln. srrnlro. Cull 118..2181 docoro....d. ultt permanent n.adTil he'll see It Call MU So
Write P. O Box 119) .U 8-4107. to.. ilt.r p 0. ouWonken do. eratt palnl 13 06 aallon WI: PAT iwa. diamond, goldmoles . '$!, lour door ttatloi c It.. [lou Lime
Also I.... itock. of STumbles and aien. Stick. radio and twain. 1151 now.
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LakelandNo a COIN Laundrlea 40 ......n. 11drleri 19 tlvfit.cV Hard war*. old aold platinum, tllverNclton'i early new, 1300 Air conditioned 101 ALLAMANDA DRIVE-600 M IAVE SEVERAL Slosh, lurnuhed
Eicellcnt location betn Jewelry. 101 Booth Plor- 1'of beautiful ,1 w. .
For ant A-l condition low mil*. paneled office room ".11111..1"" With prl.ato
ObligationDME.M FOAM ROBBER
616760. John i. .r........ Real. AT BTUD Ram-o-Wir thorouih.bred POLY OUTLET Idl. .... Perion with eonS credit oaonanco .pao*. Larn front offlc*. and n bath It.a ,n.bl. rate., COO
site 666-4103 .. ,month, 6IS .
week UtIlItIes
t InC h furnl.hed
NEAT, looofperMnalitir.tn l HOME-FOUR rental unit*, ..... 1 stonier. handt. of ManOWarorer ... W* Cut ft Any Blitl, !107 Plumbing SuppliesMontgomery 10 monUia. line than down 140 Mtilmura monthly tWO private office Central air Will gins Its. rent to M..
Produce .1. ._
WI PAT TOP PRICES conditioned plenty of built Intorxe 1 bl. deptndabl
>ar. Pull or pan limt. pnoat plecely. furnlnhfd. Oood location lint hunteri and lumpen. Cloverirtf hono 002.5000. eoupl lor fewer
e-stio. U-a In Country Club btataa 3401 Ranch CY 3.1141 Winter- For Oood ttttd Furnltur. Ward 900 VO1.KBWAOEN Panel Truck. Aorou from Bouthiat. :o 1B18..lr.. rendered by lady. 8M-

IANTED' "WHITE" middle i toad Eyetctt 663-3431- _ _ H*.eaUO and AppllSOr10CALL GET A GAS HOT WATER l oadlna doors at ldo and bark 13S per 1101111I..11 H. W -
'ISO live In no homework OOINU DULl .l.tion for leai* AT.- NOW r i i MU 3-20<< 323 WetS Bonn Drive. 5M-8218" torl.rd-Mrj 6-3131 | CLASSIFIED DISPLAY |I CLASSIFIED' DISPLAY
r Itt ldrr yeoman. Oood Modern farintle Heavily tr.v.MUood rretb In two HEATER FROM WARDS WM> CHEVROLETIrapala" 4lloorreen .

."5. unIt. Odor?._UTJs_ -toe I, volume. Contact Ruib 0 110 Call ent-MOa -wm-'I Have Hot Water When VhS white lop Poweralldepower ANULCLKIHT RK8TAURANTdiolniui .
)uric LADT wanted- at run Uavia. Oulf Oil Dutrlbulor. Ft Polk Trading ?Mart ieerlni' power bra.... motel for I.... or rent

iii,r... In "rl..ln ".'I.urontI' Meade FlorIdaWANTED. ..__ P'LAIKT BAT A.. You Need Itl! rater, 21 000 actual ..11... on' Seatlni .....U,. 135. Fully eaulp-
1003 PoOl Mul0.iiiRiiNci. 0 0 HWT 63 EAST 14-Hr. Uutallauoa oWner, tI,J,. Will take trade pod kitchen two dillon roomt
.1 loud. IliaC \" .
'Inanclnf b. all conditioned, Locited ROots
can arr.nied 6B1 on CorvairSAIL'
f Slut tome TO BUY loll Arobl.1I .rlorm.II" shim.IOrrt FRUEHAVF ..ml-t"II.r 117 N. Kentucky '973 17 three milt Soulh of Lot.Woten .
it ,,'.rnd. Pull Breed your loud trade 36 fill Phone 3-7D9I
writ
company or
In".* to him and sot I loal WIth M II....... '''8. 66S.19> MU 2. 103
erdta .
amid worklni oondltton.J Polk County I 117 1 AutomobilM Wantid P O Sot ISO Lake Wain
> America laneS lewtlert lible' tar reclatratloa.. ... 676 6H3-3RM

ily I la perion talt s 123 Fail Liquor license. hi ire car 61 per day Trnporheller 111\I3 ZIO Za. seWlo. 108 Pianos t Musical Inst. 129 FurnIshed Apartments
I.UOD sulliaObr TrinouOe Rsnch.Halnas '
n. reeossrsuod. Ialall. 'JI 18 or g.1 WANTED CLaA" ear. .8 10 1'Moct.1.
Clot PlOrlda. 10050 22. C.II .u C.1O00.
Write Box M.27r nor monUl. Phono MU 3-3637
JTREU8EB AND ... wantedIn VRNISHEO OR unfurnlthed. prlat -
..1, permn I03T Ia>t Main Lakeland Le IV3.rn EIGHTY-FIVE piece pottery d'i : OLD PIANO PAY CAlM for pickup, .Iu.k or bath .DU...... .n 00 to
545I. "1-_'. ger. CALF: =-5.00 or troc lot ner *eU *ulnt for 13 ..111' TRADE.INJAMBOREE car MU SnOrt 3-818. '.1 .aodsl PI.... tall 66600 monthly Nancti Apart*
MU 4MI979 rupt Ivy pattern 6IHI S744 "'D". MO a.444S.
II u4 Hstp Wonted, Mole ;lllALt OROCFRY with llvl. 140 CHAIN link foCi;:-pott and CASH IN 5 1I..b. tar 0. pic" UPPIIa TWO .
b.dro.m. llnlas
._arte>r*. cllent cpporUinll' 92 Wanted, Livestock, Pots top ralli complete 6100 Term I Thinking about I new pianoor '12 0' .Id.... C.U .III-4I.6U. WIld room. tItohsi boUt. 0"" .1......
for toUred couple to tupplemenr
Bill H..ard.I
, ITS AND Pool conIcal 111_ income. Poor health -nail tell MU 3-1346 organ? Now U the tim lear .t.re.. but *Adult 66J747 I I IUOTKL

:loperIcoc;. Sl .New h.lplul.Auburndlle lI.uro.. Call BI3-14T3 Undo WANTED Will: A pny'ew daIry toe ..111111... prod iOl.I 99 Boots, Motors, Supplies to see us about trading I In .WANTED...to. for. OLD...It.Junk Prompt can or pickup new '. roams.APAnruiNTS II s.ss.utIOItlen: ODD fur.l.hed. ando ,
HOUSE AND bunIon* Our .lie by Clll BI.. .'.. 013-8W1
old I .
Upright for .
your piano .
' ... PoWers 011" MU 1-III3a. Dt.' Motel. 4600 New
oWner lluihway 63 ea t t PI.ntCU.
CA NTS"P R chief FlouT 6100 iSIS MUIII In .
ofllreiew .. nt-rin. 25thI one of our lovely mod- WI PAY lit up for Junk car jmpa Hlihw.r
fire "... Ltkecraft cabin cruleer I new .
.rltD.llt. For
perInterview Pr. pick UP ronkel Iron ,"d I
lend return t* PARTNER8HIP POle IIJ. A.to; MERCHANDISE HP Mercury motor OSSIDOP.CADS'S els. Cannon Music Is giving MolsI.) Ino 6SJO1I7 DUFLfX. CLEAN allraellr. threeroom Largest Selection' in
DIstrict 41 of Polk C*.. .1..1. ..bulldl... Will train CRUUER.: 161 Kaufman. *, e.th too monthly. Water I,I
1 exceptional trade in allowances
Ire protection .rubbl.h otumsloh.d

MTMANWtoUd.Opmir.flea 106. Lakeland ,' lmall .ID..Im.n.AI.. I. I.J-4UI.POl..\1.1 un.IImltrd. .:' 95 Bicycles a Motorcycles curtain 60 HP' Johnion, Onto tlectrlc tran...,070 ton.6. tide T3IJeftemn on old upright pianos CASH FOR YOUR CAR'ibIs Imlll"I..I. (.11,.8U.IJ9I. A..U- Polk' County!

Illy far advancement. Apply in JwDiT Moliborlil Blvd. Corner Come In this week)
5l ,TRIUMPH AND Tanaha tale '-. __ __._- Pendarili Chevrolet will 'HRIE: : ROOMS clean, quiet" tenral -
at 718 Bait Memorial i l onatboo. Is-st $30 00onth. CnU' .., .. 13'; PLYWOOD boat motor and
clectrle
aad .t.
1011A' etartlnl buy your car If lit cloaa location Klectrlc kitchen all
"' e u- Mark MTJ I-3390 ,model. .port model amos trailer for talc. FIrst 1100 tike CANNON MUSIC CO. tllltlee furnlihed. Adulti oDI,.

'IL MAIl .SoWd for d'I..ID 1 RESTAURANT"EOUIPMEN: lock Lakeland Cycle Co.. 1 U. SIP Root Walnut Street JOJ B Florid AT*. 663-1149 CAR PAYMENTSTOO arklni 5541002.PURNI000D .
niran t. Pttooe_eea-3011._ m"d builneee. Excellent locitio1 Meet Memorial. SU-9266. I TAKE OVER parmenl' 631montlily. Open Friday Brenlni APAHlMENTS at
with send buMneM tolna no* .
16' deluie fibertla.boat
lYE RELIABLE MEN 1 Beer licen.e. .8..81. '82._.. 97 ArtIcles For Selo-Mlsc. .alley. .41 14J5 HP Arllnitor electric motor Road. and MU boo. 11.loh.LESTER Silo CoatS Bplnel florida piano An..u. si.nb .. HIGH! ? 'IIIU 17 BouUi 1-1881.TenncHce. Bcaionai.

63 Insurance .. LoIIIIOIl Ton. 882-3181 ATTRACTIVELY: FURNISHED ore
ttaff factory branch Oppor AUTO CLASS and door rePII' !::! __ __ _____ P.sdornbs Ch..rol.1 WIll 55, 011 nod two "bedroom apartment. lob
>,t, for abe. araraii earnlnitu part Initalled Pot free eittm.call ... 3760U.S. Guard tour I.te model car ODd noodtoo lIoulll Florida Phone MU 3-3687J
coomlinlesrnlttalarsi SAFE DRIVERS ace 36 to SS may Cliff Ward. 313 NorUi hoes Coast boats ID 005 i OlOui "or'
n alUy for 610.OUO,610.000-66.000Llabllltf Ml) 30016CLOTHEBUN. ?-RNUHED] OR etml furnlthtdon
k,M.,. Tbta I* permanent Approved '
Inturano Oar a* low a* .btaitUul Lk Morton. 183
n,'I la for pertooal tnttnntw tit BR-33 PO81Boduoed. Sr.Stlf laSs Morton Drive Pnon Ml
a ".r. Fllln.t for so- PRESERVERS
I south MIssourI 3... 30 Thur. r cident without ....un..*. SenDriven. I and 3' eompletel LIFE PEN DAR VS I ..jiilRIVATE.
Aulin RIsk with tan ...IdteII." ........ with I SELLING AT Vi PRICE ENTRANCE: ..creenedrch

413 pay South plant Florida Harvey Avenue Bmltn ,Aienc PI\OII.. Horn nook. dellnry 66 69 and 90c Oil Phone 60 pal III. Jackets, small each..12.48 CHEVROLET mIss room. bedroom
[COLLEGE STUDENTS ...reb.lI.11.. Convenient douthdo -
666-3161 '111I. Watford MnsidnotozissAUCTION TRADE[ fOR
each..82.98
I
PLY pow for nunrner work Jackets, large .. neiioborbood Couple only
310 N Florida AVI.
'inn opportune- for 10 SALE: Jackets, medium. each $2.65 18J.3JU. "Jbt fun To Drive Cor"
6$
lot tumnier work plui opel i iiaiir Mortgogos WILL PAY. nob. hoe oi rancor soDictuC.
'Itu I tg win. Every Saturday 7:30: p m.BAXLA'S Cushions. each ... ... J2.78 07 0' .Id. MU -010.

$1,000SCHOLARSHIP ,BUY VA BUILD naomI MIL....refinance. Pint Unrt-FRAnd GENERAL HARDWARE 121 Mobile Homes I

AWARD Oil Cor*. of Florida tot 0. FlorAve. AUCTION GALLERIETorenerly C CASH Fl Flthose '60 '61 '62 '63 164
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S. Oslanourl btvtra I 30 and An .. MU 6-3117 .. 210 E. Pine MU 3-0627 .
Tne A 'loa Baa** MAILER CALEB rental.. 1510 I
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.. Thursday tot porlODIIr
P. X5CAL 8FA8ONFD lit. alortatea We Bur or Sell for Ton .nee, turtle parti tuppllti In.
!!! i 63000 to IS 000. For laormatlua 43*. Hwy. It W. KATIBAS HARDWARE red. bonded local and national. NEED A MODELSCOUPESSEDANSCONVERTIBLES
t Phon 663-4116 Pboa MU 6M31uadein an-porteir. Jack.. 4710 New
CAREEROPPORTUNITIES HOME IMPROVEMENT loan torepair 828-834 N. Florida Ave romps Hllhwey, MO S-6034 *

.apnhnt.rS Ad on Also LOLl) TV B 'r_ .3. ... Ouar.soterL Phone MU 2-07U unused articles REPAIRMAN?
Debt ConwIldaUon Frampt ..,.. IS "DaD" slortler I
Ice Lakeland MorUai Cor*.. _.P.... Admlr.l Bale 14" DOUBLE bottom flberalat ikl ONE ONLY
e have more qualified JOJ south TenntHi Avenue. Berne*. MU 6-367L. Peacock runabout. 118 HP Evlnruda: no.tor. through a Ledger Want
661-6171 TV 464 M. WabaebHAVE . tIlt trailer. Call MU 1-4JII
ads than our staff can NEW 50'xlO' You will find a complete
i 66 kalloa open top drum.lor Ad. It'e. smart to
ke cart of. I'm lookingr HORTICULTURE ..... 6100 a piece. NUl- 102 ClothingLONO way 2 bedroom lIsting of dependable
2....
13 ambitious men over YELLOW formal.. Ha 13.US. got quick cash. Dial MU service firms In Classi-

who want year 'round 71 Fertilizer, Food, Soil i. inert whit formal tsr.'tools. $3790 ted today under "Bust 20

ployment. No strikes, no saab, tie 14. 118 Both 8-1151 right DOW.CLA"II"IID .
....i D'.. worn one*. .81.4I1J6. "
lyoffs 30 hour week OROUND PEAT ..... F-at aadtoll ness Services.
R &B MOBILE HOMES

peasant py. work, excellent Pat mlMl 00.50.PHOSPHATE Lor.ted MO 34631CLIAN 3300.tend E. Mare for I CUT VACANCY 103 Furniture & Applltmcii 1839 W. Memorial Blvd. I To Choose From


i twn Alto >and and dirt for fill VACUUM CLEANERS rebuilt reonditwned *- Lakeland Honda
new IItP..... partaOraufleld .
pply 310 Arcade BUilding"a.m. E Dull MO 6-30-6 TIME. I Ble.trie 3131 ClevelandIhti
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OROUND PEAT 63 cubic yard al . Bl.d I MO 5.0257 DISPLAY I 0lPl.AY
Monday Saturday CLAS5IPISODISPLAY Ci.SbilOSD
| lard. Sled Peat Company 4.111Likelend I c_ __ _
EEPR10ERATOR8.: A B H a R Bbeawra .
tND MALi irk lor -penuse Hllli Blvd-' 6S764 air conditioner, ew All Look! Look!
rent with Classified Ads
nrk In ard...* ,.tor '..ake* ....Ired. Prompt ..prtarrvlco ,
72 Flowers, Soodi Plants Be* ut for lood vied appllancet -
... ailuirdisPle0. ,
Still
rite Boa M-365 Lakeland, LedierJATTcFNeT'RO'j Room. apartment house your Eelvlnalor end
CLOH1NO OUT. Alter and an.... Mono d-aler. Nit Dar TV-Ap-1 CRESTVIEW MOBILE HOMES '60 CORVAIR 4-Door
f"-Pull or "partSme dr.ton plant II 00 Per 100 tore . Want Ads bring plianoe. 1330 Auburadal R4MTJ $695
,-A-erim II hour Call .- .nil* they I.... I3I$ Feat lemon : S-31TI / OK Rwendltlonid .
p u). IJ-I or alter. t a .. tenants fait. Dial MU
LIODBTRUU. VIBURNCM blbl you TV BARGAINS. Cocapl4ely rebuilt AND ONLY $}< MO.
A POUT MEN.: ttrurmra. ort cut, jMmIn. 60*. CarUso, boa and suaraataod SJSI6 aad I "Where
*. *nlf fullY *perleneed men wood cola treet. wtllowi, maple 6-1151. ... Fro InitaJlatloa. Alwara, Low Prices Are Born and Never Raised""We '
wIpe B oeMar teeM of trade ....m..*. elm, .......'. oak*. Too Lakeland I boat buy 41 CORVAIR COUPE, one-owner., $OQC
-ould appl; at Uilt tlm. II... Bottle bruin.. pyrcnth. 61 ueed TV al Nit Day-3:1; trod-ln Oww
i M per neur Contact Tony Owen Nnrtery, 4633 Souta FlorIda Aukorndal ....... Ope 111] SOD cordially invite to visit and new car ..
,......... Prank Morph Corp I pa MB 31175.CLAlFO1D. you AND ONLY $lIS MO.

,.broke. tJ4-jn, Florida.r .!33-3n Phone. Bar Port CLASSIFIED DISPLAY | CI.AIBIPOIDDIIPLAV DISPLAY inspect our selection of fin. Mobile Homes"AT '62 CORVAIR MONZA COUPE

coAl at WAU "'111. W* art 'HOC

tat opportunity eroplorer 4 speed big engine, rodlo, hiotir 1190

(\MTED BXPFBIENCrn: paint AND ONLY $42.10 MO.

C d Olflce.boor ..City"... HaUATIONAb Applr. Cirll Bcr> GO FIRST CLASS! RIDE AIR COHDITIOHED! 743 East Memorial Blvd. ( Next to McDonald's ) '63 CORVAIR MONZA COUPE

roP'DII. : 'lOOK
COMPANY -
.* will Inwrtiew ambltioutaa Phone 682-8656 auto tram., radio, heater IfciVU
Car telephone and 005dObilrmosry.
tttabll-hid talee route AND ONLY $44.10 MO.

0"1111 I weekly to ttart. Contaci
?. Ow\ZlDd., Holiday iun. 7-. TWO '63 CORVAIR SPYDER COUPE *1flQ-

BEDROOMWas
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4LPir turbo-charged engine, 4 speed %/

_tlt, SALE AND ONLY $51.20 MO.


FRONTIER 50x10 . . . . . . $5495 $4895 64 CORVAIR MONZA COUPE, *1QQ.C


STAR 50x10 . . . . . . . . $4500 $3995 110 engine, 4 speed, radio, heater ItVWw
17iR YOUR PRESENT CAR AND ONLY $62.10 MO.

TITAN 51 x 10 . . . . . . . $4400 $3995


IF YOU'RE PACEMAKER 50x10 . . . . . $4400 $3895 NO PAYMENTS FOR



THREE BEDROOM 90 DAYSAT


THINKING Special At $19 5 Maciel JC.I"u. :

.......II.tiGt'lCl".dc j Was SALE


DOUGLAS 58x10 . . . . . . $5995 $4995


lot I change check the PACEMAKER 56x10 . . . . . $5695 $4595 PENDARVISCHEVROLET


[wealth of Job lilted In the"Help DOUGLAS 58x10 . . . . . . $5995 $4995

Wanted" columns JciiIiiiIiiiCDhII"3tCI'UI'

"You Get More for Your
Jsee Classified for your kind Money" at


lof Job nowl '" I


CRESTVIEW MOBILE HOMES "Your Chevrolet Shopping Center"



941 E. Main St. Lakeland MU 26151 743 East Memorial Blvd. 310 No. FLORIDA AVE.



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I *- RENTALS 1* RENTALS RIGHT FRAID I VOU MAN'Rt Aft 'I OFCOURCC. TW5wMote 0JUSTSHCrVt r-:VEPl, DAODVCURC KMIMPSOPLI 153 HowtH For 51 153 H..... For Sole
> WHAT DlIkRIHcl '
.1 00 f2U THINK I WHEN 141 SAID FOLK
e WHAT US TM"M GREltI AS WAROUi1 I MESS I WOULD GRAS AT ANY 0400IdTFQRGSTTHW0'40L6 STAUrlTOrt AVEKTJB: Reduced
130 Furnished 1130 FurnIshed Houses THAT WARBUCKSTRA5EDV HEARING COMPLETION. Tradltlonal 1103
Houses ALtc0015 143EO I UNDER THB RUG
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= WAS HUMAN NATURC THINQ In deslf faalurlnt ....- Corner lot tore bedroo
FP MORI THAN ( A tto FORGET lii| .. paneled' ( two bathe Florid\ room. ventral
drain amily
TWO BEDROOM. homo. Adult I TWO OR thro bedroom house. airondlllonlns .. ,= AN ftCClDENT? (SEVER CMANGSS, ADMIRED I I R4lVESOt. RULE, its room with room u-epiaoe dMbla air MK ...." 882-10".
.,,1.. $. and central heatlntVan DOES IT?
pete Reference 89tut I ) uol door anlry (orar double aaiaee. NEW TWO bodnoat house. lUadr
month .r..a' _ldnu to I eomlortable Neil door tc
desirable
Bra Lakeland moat .
: Briar ImmedlaU aooupanor 1100
V.I.n.... Santa Po IIlIh o.h..l. 0.aaonabb.rocLOUl0060 odd...... Baa 01"'.. builder s lor*. (I. Uvini art*, buut-ln ran**.
TWO BEDROOMS: oomplolalfurnlahed ; t t. I 4 :1-< J3. awnlnt wlndowe lull SIlO kUiterraeaa .
411 Wait Belmer .81 I COMPOR.ABLY PVRNIaHCD tw.0I ; floors. screened *oreh.
I Oft month Drive kr th.n esui i iR I .bedroom hem. Carport. Good priced ii '10.ee.. to a
I C. Lola Dick I Re ltr. 101 I iiibborhood Option to bu,. I mi UDCHCLAttirito month after S low aowa .,..a'.
East Mn, Phone Ml *-|mTHHII .ni* .8. per month 3190 Horn 4- I. Can be ean dill 40 In* Acre.
: ROOMS, coupl or will; .'lorhda.I :;;-. i. CLASSIFIED' ADS Par Information Mil Jerrr Mar
bib. utilities option!, float bund ,I TWO BEDROOM, llvlni iwikltrhen dl. CT 4-Ult or DM WIotor.CT .
store MU t-3IJ8 and furnlahed $60' 3-1431
.., month I", Earl Trana.ua. 8891K8' DISPLAY CLA'"I"IID OUTLAYRIPROARIN'
THKEC ROOM furnished cotta
.: .IUI T. 1&. Turbot Jr.. 0.1101.On71 .
fenced Pard. Carport 73* O.r.d.n
II..." MU 1-1 It I. 73.
TWO BEDROOM lt, bath olde.
1341 WEBKR-nlre two bedroom'arport
ham. Modern Interior
ame
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171 Adults no pete
9304 Junile. toiler I JO. ..8-, nuar Searsuwn. 880 month Lart. -

007. I Una. room and kitchen 883391t RENTALS REAL ESTATE REAL ESTATE REAL ESTATE *REAL ESTATE

NEW AND modern. furnished till.., CLEAN MODERN. two bedroom .

rains bill tleetrio Adults. kitchen no peU 00mm.9411 I quiet duplei location. Orore Park'71. district 881-0114.. Pbs 136 Rooms With Board! 143 Mobil Hem let 144 Acraagt, Lots For Salt 141 Waterfront Property 153 Home For Sal

'. TantlewoodTWO WATI".OHT un.I .
. CtEAN POIR room duplel irisporch. BOARD WITH I lunehll to toTeleeliion YOU'LL ENJOY Illlni on loud STEAL THRU bedroom new LUXUIIOU.
I. LAKEPRONT: MOM
CUTE end AND..1051..d. CB&...OOttulI.. II' QuPentc.t. con,inlent location, 8>1..dul. room Reasonable 'III l I .vs lot In Lekiwood Trailer E:*. LOTS ON school ......POIO.. tl.400 loaet 0 0 I .--. t. Itt. I .sIO.sIXCLUOIYI
lO.d ... 813-4391 1909 Boon .. .Iooj > 88885 ssi.7S moathlrMO0147 .
C.U NU 1-4.31 fur apt .- I Elsa Oak Btrael.13S atoa Lane lots paved ilreeuid N. Brunei 78 10 tl 100I LAKE GIBSON
'.Inlm.nl' ; .... .. all atilltle.. Restricted Two N.I Brunei 80'lUO' -. tl.400. A lovelr. waterfront horn for a 88843338OUTHBUB ,IA T1jaaCOMPLITI
t NEWLY DECORAtED for respon.partr locka Zion of Lake Parker on 1I&.r" Lane lit .14lII -, aria famllr Llvlni room 4 bli TROll bedroom 01 IICII4T1Ot4 ronuCOM.oo.MINIUiot
0 BEDROOMS ectfle kltih 904 West Cannon Unlurnislifd Apartt. Jtbaibi Street follow sins I .too. bid room., t bath*. Into of eloaelalundrr 1o00 low down payment. Monthly
ibi
en, carport utllitr I room, wither &Iward Hollowev. Jr. Realtor Kathleen IM.-IT front-41 500 room ,..all,. huie.lichen payment 88888 monthly .... -
l. $90 .month, 731 Strain BoulevardMU : Street LINCOLN COURT *"" ...I .nd Developer. MTJ I.9334. Hollr Rd. '78 front tl.780, wlth .-..1 combined dud" ...* !.... end Insurance. Call ..m4 Sad TItle ...... T. Irsey .........
0.2040.iitti THRIll ROOM ,ootiai water and Lakeland fines (or colored pee with famllr room plua a I....
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: TED TOWSON aft.r 4:M 888-4033 FIR MO.
AND 545
.. .,... 'u'al.hod. 110 monO.CatI bard 'IDiot .SSd
: ROOMS ODd beth eerernid ,I.. North Llnoola and Weet 1UDIO 144 Acreage, ttti fir Sal porch faclni the laka All
parch electrlo kitchen tot 888.a780. 1-JJ64. Realtor wood floors call heat Venetian 56id. "'. '- W MA_ 01 WoW
\ uUlltos furnihed 808 loa Weil ; Ma t list an t na A** blinds throuihout freahlr painted N- ... Pne.. .... 0.dons .0 jUO.4 ..4t400
For Rent Miscellaneous MODERN THHII: : rooms .Ioe&rlckl&ch.a. / LAND BUT-1018 acre eamUieared nslda and out. Double carport -
til 8441. 131 SCORE A STRIKE
Patterson full bath iround door p n* land 180 per acre 145 Boflnoii Property and utllitr room Privet dock W. UIII 'AIICII 05.To. .
NEARLY NEW three bedroom COT Remiss pot market downtovn 1340 acre cattle ranch fenced and R.edr for occupaner ... elf M..lal -'u.. nool
EFHC1ENCY: AFARTMENTB tlltirnished _
er.ai I. floon carport Nlreli dull* 883-8413 on fenced Corral and boadlni C'lIor-
furnished Reiponilble edulu on. btbso ( men tit monk chutes SOS par acre to acm*. RESIDENTIAL COMMIR C I A t. .ime. D Capps ar W. O Us .. Against budget fflj Sell to '-- 50-rn -
.
bedroom eountr home: TWO BEDROOM: duplei 171nonth .. .. IndustrIal lota stirs all ...... M.I 40511056604l0
I,. T O TOWMO, Realtor 888.r' Too 0.1. 88800 11800 down :300 .r. 1(8-3117 888 1711 the furniture DO longer -,
you
I on bedroom duplei sos
Southilda apartment Rudr Realtor It21 a Memorial ...
3169 Downstair 80 head of cattla onlr ISOOOO - .... "'- .
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nonth sMuthilde Leahr Real Blvtf 8B8-410T. use Inexpensively with a
683 39.it I 000 acre tour mllea from CT-
150 MTtcellanooti ?
::1 NICE: CLEAN two bedroom nihtarhood at. .81.4301. 483 7984. .. I Classified
." aardana U S nlfhwar'rontaie TAMPA HIGHWAY 180 I 8U fast-action ad.
. btu I IIn. br doAdulU Houses : LAKELAND: ?NEWEST larMil only tTtt per mc,.. Baa
only 701 We i Pou..n.THERE'S 132 Hottli, Apart. Owner ..ale offer John Br.550 ..-HALl Dial MU -ll5l now.
ACRE lot* Trailer build
ind Stout two. bedroom apartnent II C. Lela or R L OardnsrDick Realtor 124 West Main St
t for adutti. Central heal 'I 0.1103011 Bail Main I.. &... tut*. tit down. Mew b '
PARK' AVENUE Hotel center at. and alr-condiuonlnt. Built Inilectrlo Phono MU 8-1133 NDOSTRIAb TRACT idIoms finished bouse. Mr* lot. 0032026. .
town Llk. Wales. For clean lie Close to ...11.... Kraft: Potxu. approilmatelr" II CLASIIFItO DISPLAY _
,... Low monthlr. weekly datbp rania CHOICE BUILDING I te. 100,5 Acre Bllbwar. Railroad 880000
..ui for retire and worklnien 1110 p.r month Phono 113-8881 141' dtreetly behind 3880 CI.... John i. Brennan Realtor tea _____ _
rood arallabl MODERN: TWO bedroom duple. Iud He inu Bled Call MTJ t. 4103-
N.arstOrsm nd echool $75month 0021 MU t-3670 BOMES FOR COLORED OH 12TH
Mobil. Homes Se* owner 1111 South JTRIET WEST OP WEBSTER 1.
133 DROVE: LAND 80 acres, pine 146 Farms Gravis Ranchos
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Tlna._.. and ..... Beautiful lOin land. 3 AND 4 BEDROOMS. 1300 DOWN

ONE BIDRooM: 'urnth.d v.lI.er ...'"l section Lakeland f n. eandrKll OROVI BARGAIN 10 arrei most.r TO PHA QUALIFIED BDTERS 1963
lor ..nl. Call NU 3. 881. 139 Unfvrnishtd Houses Olin 1380 per acra Terms
29* down Be* RI L. Gardner I oranie. T rears old Oood MIL: ROOT REALTOR 1117 II
Dependable
NICE: TWO bedroom trailer ihta 1& J. Lei or Rr K LoIs at House North Lakeland 191000 MEMORIAL ttt-4107 AKTT1MB 1951
NOTHING and water furnished Laundry ... LSO PARTLY furnlihed t and Dick Reatr 1011 East M.la.Phono 20% down Also adjolnln tt
illtlea. .,.II.bl.. 3801 North Ito?. 3 bedroom Mel Rudy Realtor 888-8133 acres. 3 rear. tvenlnt: Malcolm Dodge
Id. 000.1001CLEAN 597 loot: Memorial Bltd 888107 Thomas. 688-15861 Bert RodienUaltor .
PA8TURB LAND 400 xreaood 888.1711. Plymouth USED CAR
: MODERN furnished house loll eome timber aemlered -
PERSONALabout ratlera. collates Oood vlni eonI UNFURNISHED DUPLEX I bedrooms . . Near Plant city Only i'BARGAINS!' THIRTY urea top Polara
dilion.I Utilities furnished Bu*. carport blocks school, 11.0 per *cre. Term Onto down rove, plua f lota Including houaacaretaklni 2/ ACRES AND
10.118 ...kl,. 883.3917RIVATE Souihiat '80. 3318 Carolina ..* R L. Oardner R C. Lill or equipment. packlnf
681-4071 or 883-8080 top K Solo at Dick Realty house. raadr to operat complete
> CLEAN: trailer PorIoniAlto HOME 4 Dr. Sdn.
1110000. :2t* down Malcolm
loll Eael Main phone ett 1133Memorial
lane trailer lot patio on let MODERN: two bedroom du .
Ledger's 'Per bu. lino 8$8.505. pies, electrlo' kitchen t3.2340 or FlV. ACRIIr..... $20 do... 629rnomtlS. Rod.Thomas.... Realtor niahti 8118 nil.1711 7988.. Bart V.$ 4 Dr. 14...

sonal Column. Want to aa' MODERN on private lot. Fish 883-1901 Mal Rudp Realtor 11Ia7 lUsh O.ou.eI-Lo. Ground. About rIP, P/S r/. R.H
., din... Idea! CLIAN 0. Bltrd MU t-410T ,
InI, beautiful mrmnon : TWO bedroom duplei 7 II.. from downtown Lakeland
a "secret" all lor .upl. t3t monthlr. 888.3408. lane eloaeu close to stores 128Osceol COMB II: MANOR lot*, Hnrdbo.Cornben 20 YEAR TERMS also a bedroom homo wit.* tiled FACT-AIR
J spread *. Inquire tat Palmetto Road '701133. ClIp wamd b.UI. living room and kitchen

town? Dial I MU 134 Mobil Home Lots AIR CONDITIONED three bedroom ton lctrlclty tl.411, ttrmi. 84 acrei, 35 ..r.. la 17 rear old Call B. B. Paula. IBS.390t with $95
over *. two bathi Verr clean La.i for cash. '83- n3. TOM. 21 acrai In 3 rears old. aompletairova T. R Tucker Jr.. Realtor MU
LAKE BONNY Four Star Mobil Soulhilda. UU 8.1868 ..."kin. equipment with -717J.
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6-1151 for an ad-writer! 840 ACRES H mile rl'er front.loadlni 2495
I.....' lota In rrliatlon home. Price onlr 13.
Horn Park New rwo BEDROOM CB bout. New la Lite '.n..o"..*. Plihon .
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and drr. Munlcl 100 00 per aero Call Jim PowersMU
Huh
.ektlend .
property. termi W KIlllami
decorated Water ramp
Ir throuchoul .
8 717}. R
.111T. Tucker
and aewermeter .
pal electric water furnished 199 month. 1243 Kalh- esa 11J8. Jr.. Realtor 1S1 Real Estate Exchang.
.... bus Itnea Block Uew .
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leen Road Call 888 8117
Oro* Park Bhopplni Coa.IIr. ONE ACRE Alamo Drift with
Good lake shlnt and boalnt 319 WEST Pattereon. rent or. soIl flnWied houH Well Beptlenk HIGHWAY ROME bu.t..... Pie*
.. W. K. Willi.", .. Realtor 147 Income acres, modern fin bedroom. 9* _.
small pet*. 1MO North Cr two bedroomi. lara porch l 0Ava Property ---- ------------- -
CLASSIFIEDDISPLAV ,tat I Lak Drive MU I 74T3 lable soon. MU 8.3712. 888.la38. b.lh. Olfice. Por city *r I. 683928 -

lIVE swtth.slli nd aep.e SMALL HOUSE:. four miles out. BUILDING LOTS: Loll 100.140. TWO DUPLEXES: : four apart.menu OUR LOT IS FULL OF NICE CLEAN
e tank paired road, shad nod Dade City Huhwar. 110 ..... 1800 each, 0......* ....rlooUn.L. ) kitchens. furnished, Air HAVI: HOUBE-14.000 ..ull,
arden apace e 8-OIIOtI 003.1749 ak* O beon. tlftOO and uP. Call conditioned Excellent return on Will trad for any Item alued
W. O Halea. MU t 9711 1,0"lm.n& Phone 882-OII91 at tl.tOO. 888-0341 OF 888-0333
SHADY LOTS shulfleboard modern BUILDING SUITABLE for home
faollltlea, clean. rest rooms and/or small h 0.1,1... Close Soon Rn.. "MIIIT: SPECIAL Mew USED CARS FROM $95.00 TO $2495No
; : I showers and laundry Clean rental Kathleen Road MU 3.2694. POLK COUNTY's CB duplei Caitilde partIally 152 R.al Ettatt Wanted .
I TRUE ... MOST REAUTIFUL000snoTto: ...
".Ue... Thre. miles last NEAR LAKE I. an admired nalih.' furnlahed near atoraa bUll.
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Phone 888 4048. borhood Tasteful home baa two clip 8831988 Reasonable Offer Refused On
bedroomi. Florida room carport ,85 FRONTAGE two h...... In LIST YOURPROPERTY
Paul Noylot Moron MOBILE LIVINGAT Kitchen has built-in rani and Oak View EstatesDRIVE nduitrlai IOn I.. ..... Reduced Any of These Exceptional Buys.
oven 1100 par month Will lease Leahr Realtor 710 North Man.. WITH US
h.. |on* out of thiS I ITS BEST with option to bur. Winifred IOann .181.43413UPLEX.
.
w., to mak lure call ...nl.... 883.21548OUTH8IDE OUT TODAY If 'Short' ..a"t SELL It. BURN
h. you ,*' hISS bOat sod Whr not live lake at a? Ito On. itar that parkon has : POOR bedroom, two side. lood, CB locauon 800 sg will ft earrrmorl each n DOWN.' B L Bhortr) ,.1"' .
... a lorilr OPEII a to s Woebdap. T Over 40 In All to Select from!
or. Realtor UILA 304 B 'n.w -
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Hlbrltea till
bath 200 War Owner 888 I80t
dnnkln per
cl.."." pr..owoodsutomobIlu oil, \,. aeweri. (me I to 0 Sundip ... Annu. Phoni MO 9-ttTlNnt .
water direct pow r oompanr "' monthBRAND - - - -
ilbl DUPLEX CORNER .
j : lot Sucono.Aonusin ( U .. Tenn Am. ParklniU
electrical bills
tere tom minimum NEW three bedroom CB Out South Florida to PipkinWeat \I.cI 4 Park Street Sfcowlnibr
.. Wt hovo can Lo\J
>>on* with all.th* lun tip rae- tile throughout soar Boutbiateihopplni on P pkln to Lunn Rd.- appointment .,,1,. Phone eea LISTED ARE JUST A FEW -
thlnliand
b
will These
that mouton facilities
you schools and bus atop South on Luna Rd and follow 34:19.:
t. .nd rn 0,0mm 1 nu.i I PALM aTO OAK VIEW ESTATES ORE reiulUI Need Uitlnn
front own I tap per month a-0831 lob. ID.I
SHORES MOBILE VILLAGE WiIto foe *al. rent.li. Mel Rudy Real. '
you will toll yourtricndl __ lust north of the vlllne of. MODERN TWO bedroom duplei 141 Waterfront Property tor. IJ31 East: Memorial 888-4101 56 PLYMOUTH V-8 Wagon . $495
\ whir you Liho 80,04 005? I\t. $2 0" 0000.P Kitchen appllancea and water A. F, PICKARD
bought It. Wo ,In. Road. furnished MO 3-3810 1ACRIFICB CEDAR eabln.
I : '
RJI\LTOR
wits! you to corn 'Intodoy LAROER: OLDER three bedroom 300 .. 10-. AV' 8se.lI113 83(80 use. 17110 3 bedroom Cash novel or term atom 57 CADillAC'Cpe.. DeVil.e . 895
.
fr.a&.nd
nwttbrioso
p1 sod tiat drIve I 135 Rooms For Rest NIo. *back porch carat. t7t close Lane loIs (ram 1898 I* off 01
8OUTH8IDII. NEAR Lots Hol.1I..r' .
on* of our nri-own- 10. Earl Trauui. 883.7551 w thR .reek dan Croom A Onmhai '
no aucllnnhiirn *esflu STUDE. 1395
62 Conv
.d cirt. LARGE aentleman ROOM preferred clean.r near man bus and T.' .. Tucker. .1?., Realtor 660173 .. ,...128'. MU 9-O333 H on'd.awar 301 Wood., t nllae and Mortn watarlBT in .<: NO . . . . . . .

1 '63 RAMBLER .wife. Prle. rtasonable. MU I.U48 TWO OWNER: on beautiful Lab
block
BEDROOM: concrete HOME SITE
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Clsss.a 4.Door Sedan ROOMS POR and rent.told Breeu..condl, In duob.nnnr. 5.at.l. id Wardi.... Colored Area rOCl"Arl.'II na. In two Anburndale balha Gold two Medallion bed.; ONE
.., ... tlon.d. hot Mel Rudy 1517 E Memorial -
\ Th..oIod.rm.thtuodacd n.m. I\leach room. dill, ,, ld. tare ce. 4107 any time. Near tenets nOUnS awlnunlnipool I/ neat and all elenrlo air aondltlonlns home Centra Thre Ph. MU 3-4591 Open 'til 9 P.M.It's
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W. aold I IB 37 per w Mrs Oar man .
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"n..n.
.. n... .nd .. kn... ,IIi?. Phone 88a-7841. Oram.; THREI BEDROOM lurnlah.d .r -10>100 1..un..d veers old Priced t* sell Sea II: .
\ 100' .It,. i. tit. oar Inhk ,- Hotel 391 Norto Kentucky ...... I''urnlabd. MU 00304.SOUTHOIISI. '1800 C. Lali. 1011 East Man lOne'i PLAYSthat
:... I .
\ TWO bedrooms. r B88-1133 Auburnaala WO4J83
R. M. MARLER & SON r
r $1695 CLOSE DOWNTOWN. private el. 1.01. Slob pgmrom. Ito.. and ro. 0..... 100 PT Leu.front 38 miles cam i iVo Battle to Trade With
... terator.? furnished 110 month of Lakeland on Labs HatehlnaniLast
week 933 Souuh 00.0YorS.
trance 18 I 401 1. Main .,. MU 1.1811]I musical Instrument
1 MU 9-4038 MU 9-0333 lot for sale al 14900 SOil
'59 HIllMAN sod drr Can ao b, boat to Ito
ONC SLEEPINO room collect 3027 REDWOOD Well located . .Imm. or Miami Be. R C. Loll: any mors tell itl! Dial BUNKER HILL Inc.
d. 0'. . Speed ,wd. .Ith ahower. .I..n. cool Off 140x160'LIKELAND( ( R L. Gardner B. 1. Ink or Buat .
...,* Clean Heal "rstrs0t parklnt Gentleman pro.tcrr.d. THREE BEDROOM TWO BATHCB Lots Dick Realty. 1011 (.. MU 6-1151 to start the ,
Ecco.vyG.31 m.le. HOUSE GOOD NEIGHBORHOOD
MU S-1358 HIGHLANDSonly .
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Main Bt Phone MU 8 1133
per o* I*" CONVENIENT BEE US tnexpenalva Classified Ad '
LOVELY FURNISHED I r..m. PItt.at. BOUT THE PRICE BEFORE: $2295 APPROXIMATELY Iocr.. OLekr .;
fr1 $395 Ss 90,00.. 000-5010.Ido.1 for orl..lO III"m.b.lII. 101.88a. YOU RENT: with terms Lena 420 ft. LakofrnsiScauttfuj that brings you nib
Iwo bedroom homeoottaae 3OVLmoISt.
'60 RAMBlER 17111. JOE P. BRIDGES CECIL ROSENBLUM Ineom Shown br anpolntment buyers fast. IlWWh
11 it 8 Florida" AVI. ..1,. Contact R.La eiaseio" Super *.Door. Days phone: 882.2864 1831 So. Fla. Ave. 682-603 o."rlve .n" It...... Ink: ,. Dick R..I... 1011 E. Mali I. ,._
0.oI.nurs ...h. nock POUR BEDROOM: two bath StomoOn. Phono MU $4133.TCLAIIFIID.
...-. "v. olIO'". block from coU.... 1100 "
m.nlll. Call MU I.till. DISPLAV CLASSIFIID DISPLAY
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$995 -- ------- -
THRIll: BJlDROOM.: .r..r" Crys-
THE Oil 146. A".. CI..... c.n KU 00701. .
SPECIAL .

58 2534: CIVITAN. 5 rooms 3 or., .4 Watermelons! Hot Weather!

.. VOLKSWAGEN PERSON bedroom, % baths, car "

q a *> r Sedan port and utility room. Very WISHINGFOR
ad "i 4/.; Vacations yes, all three
clean.: $95 mo.ABBOTTHECKES.

$895i ,WHO CO. A BOAT? ,, will be here soon -


RooltorLMLAII'
60 THUNDERBIRDSolid
I. T.nn A... NO 1.a1l3 .. avoid last minute
wtilte blue vinyl ,0 .- Why not
OWNSthe bedroom .
LA ROC CLEAN two '
Interior full power and k / -.
Ilk house with carport Wired too - .
a.n4tI.o.d. electrl stove. On city bu. atop rushes and select a choice A-l
kl $1795 Adult. no pete 791 Combee Rood. Wen wishing won't mtkt ., t

article you've found CAROLYN MU 8.8478. DRIVB near athoo. It to-but classifIed ads 5\ Used Cor fromLakeland
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'62 CHEVY bedroom ApplFenced .
three
modern
I may be trying to reach I mar... ehedf rard tlOO will. Turn to "Bouts for :
4. Dear Autameti* ... .
t..n..I.n. r a d I . Clark. Realty. 888 4031. 1 Ford
:
heater. litra lharp. you Be sure to read the I FIVE ROOM home near sohoobs.churches. Salt" In toda,'. Classified .
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1 I 5101. bu. II... I.ne.d ,
$1495 "Lost and Found' ads in I .rd. no I m.n&h. MU a.3010. section to find 'Just 4 c

110 WEEKLY: : rante and rrlierator .. !

57 CHEVROLET I the classified section I I (131 Auiusta furnished Pnon MU It 9-487."'r04.. the right ons.CI.A5IFIID. Today

OnlAir, 4.Door Nardto.
y.- .lutomatloB radm. Not ( air condiHentd
now. : Many are
hoots,. .... nb.,. 140 Wonted T. Riot Ml.c. __

$895 ______ tot.)
NEED ATTRACTIVB home. 'ur- -.-- ,_
nlihed or unfurnished for prleesional .. __ _,.._ ____._..
VOLKSWAGEN adulta. Par tap renleas "
62 .. Clark Realt. 888-4031 I 5

.1C..n"...". ONLY..". Intro ...IIio CLASFIDOI8PLAY--- - -- CLA0OIPIIO DISPLAY DISPLAY_ :I SPECIIL $250 Will Buy It! !


$1795 '57 MERCURY 4.D_ S.don. Au... Tram. ..dl., $200 I

.... 62 RAMBLER I Best Looking Httr V-l .rfln SpccUl '58 FORD 2-DOOR SEDAN


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Ameelean 4-Dr Aut..
p mat... Heater. Local. .,: ... '62 FORD Furls,,. 500 4-Dose Mt*. Pr J.O-MH $1695 '62 FORD Country Sedan. $lOm?

..a n**. *wnr. Low mil.) Thursday radio, hasps,, 6 cylinatr . . . . . U.d.d cue) sir . . . . . . . . l77*>

$1295 'tl FORD ..Irl.... 500 4-Door $....>. For4.0.M.tle. $1795 '60 FALCON 4-Doof. R.dio, ....t.,,

.... Discounts : rdi, hMtwf, I ylin.., . . . . . . . . . . 6 cyl.nd.r . . . . . . . . . . . . . $695

See ; .j '60 HILLMAN Cr.vrtbl. $595 '62 FORD G.l.iI. 4-Deer Sedon Ptwtr, rdit, he.o.r,

11. ObI llndingren ATCLAUDE On* wo0t : . . . . . > ii . ii i.tl . i CrIss.O.MsOioe . . $1995

q Walt Quick JENKINS! ___ THUNDERBIRD Convtrri.it. $3295 59 FORD Cyitem -Door Sedan $ r n r

I : _ L..d.d . . . . . . . . . . ,. . 6 8Tud. . . . . . . . . . . .

USED CAR SAVINGS ': / '61 HlNDERRlRDHoodtop $2895 '51 MERCURY 4-Door H.rdtop 36.000 m.ltt $ O >I C

PaulNaylor Lo.d.d . : . . . . . . . . . . Lid* nw . . . . . . . . . . . . . O'tD
k'i
'56 CHEVROLET $3 95 ,4 61 I OLDSMOIILI I F-15 4-Do.r. Avrem.M rrr.imr.iion, $1 OQ C '64 FORD CalMit 4-Dm Sedan V.|. Cn.iss.O.Msojc, SO1OC

Station Wgon V-l radi.i sod .hosts, . . . . . . . . . . I J 7 J radio. lists,, sir cenditiomd. poor itMrln, 3 I 73

'FALCONS Spiclol Groip (1 OLDSMOBILE F-CS 4Stcndord V-l. $11 OR 57 CADILLAC 4-Do., H.rd.o. iftrtir

From . . 695 Dmon.nstn.Oom, trnimiillon . . . : . . . . . . . Il7es9 Lo.dsd . . . .

SALE '59 FORD Counrry s...*. Pwr 'to*rl.... powor sWki, $1 1 Q C 57 CHEVROLET A.i'.I, F.w.rjlid i t-TOC

1 Motors '60 VALIANT : 695 400 to V... Ford.O.M.tSc, s>ir . . . . . . . . . . I I7J radial sod haeiftr . . . . . . . . . . . / 7D

4-Door 51 FORD Country Sidon. Fwr ....rlll.. ywr kralttt. $ '52 CHEYROLfTpisi.p rry k.

1047 L MAIN ST. I '61 OLDSMOBILE 1295 1964 V.*. Crui-0-M.tK. air . . . . . . . . . . O 7 J I N . .c : . . $395

F-15 . $1700 '61 FORD 4-Door Stdon F.irlor I I 500' $1395 '60 FORD F.I 00 .n.Irck.

Used Car* MU 1-414. Loaded . ,. . . : i.k.w .p : . . $1095DOH
""'" N.. c... MU 1 tltl h '62 COMET $11fl MercurysComets . .

I' 2-Door . . . 117rn6
Opel' Evemiiigs Till OFF HOWELL, USED CAR MGR. WE BUY CLEAN USED CARS
9MLlb. '62 CHIVY II $i.nr

1 11IIg 4-Door I7J .nd Autktntld FtctoryLIST 1

;; 51 PLYMOUTH. $795 COMTIHIHTALS Special Notelt Note : ;

Fury Wt'v Drlv n A Few .
TRUCKS !

M.OSIP UOId COP .11II M. "Y ::' '';. :::;::'r..", -Th* Rttt Art New Rotors Trade al , I We',. open for
a.....toad WarrasoaWW0 Plck.j
"Yi, w* .k.vi "ory n>e. Mlwction of your convenience

CLAUDE IKANO NEW '64COMET truclti Hiot will de> your |10' woll" Mon. Thru Sot.


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153 Houses For Salt 153 Houses Far Sale J 153 Houses Fer Sol 153 Houses For Site 153 Houses Fer Sale : 153 Hisses Fir Sits REAL ESTATE REAL ESTATE !

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Bedroea CB. IIIr.* rirld roamtiuiiw mil WILLOW, Anana Ttirw nmm BDMOOM CB. I'" ass. BIVEN K9OUB ud ktlB. BMmotiUt : BWIUUTNO POOL CRMNBD t S3 Hisses Ftr Mt 153 HoMitt Fer SaltCHECK
Bedroom
I kita. earpeud IKUf mow lot, oil heat eBdliloDJnFHA. .. _. ...
ewalnc window Baib, ....... M flow* carmenl. B* llr .III. 6565 T.Voorered i I II
Lou MOB, str aBdltloa' WVdOW .., ..... ... ,.. .
Uuiilated. kink ".mn.tr BearMhoal. b.. ..... NW \11. .1. eeeto a ejualifrlM. Mo pau . rrrt-*raorwaehar. .
euree and tkurthM Pand.63.531fa.ILob.D..._,..111.Ir"1 1131 dulle ..... MOPOH e.1Ool. 10 with aara Uile Uno 3 aa* *>apa all IT BIG Reasons To Shop|
eltr Bedroom lanllrow 1
tue
Wonder
rrI'o. >*4. Ideal OWNCA $AROAIHIhoeu. ILA madam BALS or rent kr ownet. aouttuM turn. OWMI FOUR BEDROOMSNear
retire.Ml : SIS Prsd.kiss.. EitraB WHY NOn? :
Ihre IMnom. IM
. eeux v. alee tw kedreomfrejn wUIwwO. Make
hoses 11100. 'fe.... ... offer. RO-tOM ha* rrlblnt. Hut Ilfln .
... BH rams" .u MM. Ule fin **.... lot eoa'enleal toeeMM bout Total prtoe ,4TOOReoto in, ITDDT. room
TAT' a B*t..tar....sash. tw.ta klwki*>. *o.Mil". ""1100-ttlch., *"*" 1Ora4l1IeD.' S... C3TFIUI Las (1100rub 1M _Ibl,. 113 NDanis ..... I.ML* REALTOR dinlnc roan, S ,kathe.Florida FINOUt room.TOP 1adreomr SW Junior High and I FRANKFOSTER
.f Wairaia la Birlin ..... I f r Mult Ales N Hit AnniM CaU eO6KODBB a.. MOHIXUOB BROKDl CONTROL K1TCHBM Ineludlni D lire Ia n d Grammar
AIM War I
... HU. tore kedraoai Bnhutt Arena*. Call ownerU419M nil a Memorial, .1.) d. ....... WITH
woda tor .lIdl. CE drrer vail refriiera.tr.
w w aa" I Makwlm ThonaiTrlHn 'I POR tie will trad.tohow. .... Schooli. Four I
or t bedrooms
0..... "S.JU'; MUM. 10,70 ( dial .4101 aar USe" tilts .hll'_'. twimmlni ,
I.Dd....... W'lll t01s1.1e..d' trailer 1343 Lattr BtreelJ.3 .. :
.
ooel Lot 5613.16' ray
'
silo DON-t . BEDROOM* I* kalhUrlda ./ two bathe living room, Joe P. Bridges
n
wUIWI tar mor45N M43S I 8e alter 4 Flex ble n. lUf-Mjr; rri.*d ll.500.
c. Sams. III .d...._ rare alt "'dltlnedenotd I kitchen with
'ar. large
Feated and kulH laa :1-4.11.: HRtE.BEDROOM CB 0305I.. ... card. Keel ........ Inrrr a II ANNA .AIIIA-1'. Ur,, lurOJB Call Moss FikknvBd] MOJl lOealnil dining "askd55d'iasl00t /I1nd.." i
b.lla. 18400 lea IItI month deniable loaatioa. cut $64- Mdr tutu aILS two tile. area and large paved patio
REad()HA6 : OWNI1.o. \. ... 1103 N.IIW..Ie, AT., 41M1J "341164.IOUTIIlm. : ... lot wlUimlm Space MV a-4T3S !
.. .. iro *r 5.065 attractive Largo double
lot BEFORE YOU
corner
psrs55Tree ....,....... 5-4156 troo* and Irult tree, one buy or
... '"" 'OP.BCUWID Raw BIlUIII (llf. block from beech and eoatenlentto UM modera ., traditional furnunlcfi with paved street on threeIdes. build. OF COURSE if 1. SELECTION
.., .tJrkVeMj; R13> you;
ne. : OB8tBBIDBIB _... her ..... BEERMAN
for
.."- three b.d that will etaro and Poet OTfloe, UnderIII Ui* and REALTY
5.f .1..<1. o... uu ....Jt a. .... a.d.IB "sap Lak.lead areai. tau beds Walklpf 10":1 .000. Heaaoaafcl term to r*> floor plaa ommllmnt cither s 725 Shady Lane. R()- have so much money you Always! a wide varlaty
am 1 .IItIII.CLAI""laD. Bjorlal II...Realtor. .56.4107.CLASIPIID Ian. L U* thopplnc sod ilementarr MbolAeroe '1.......1101. parti**. 055005 town Lane .with.k haded eolldlr lot la BlltnorePark SMS 10,_ redd ATOM 133. can't spend It fast enoughlon't -! .I the matt lOvsKt aftomadoli.
.. MrutrtioUd
itreet tram
ousplAY ....... BoutbweitJunior for inort elm to .1. itle hose coniUtlnt at Ian bother . .
Ibis seeing us
DISPLAY W wind** atiwet Writ O eV rrO.n..a! D'
olt...".South 15511r511156.LlBMla ",Pull....Inform Model! Jvwt. 7703351.SACRIPtCe Ana*: Maria. Florida, arpheoe room formal* .......dlalco.... kllohea........ S ..56-oninodlcu .. OWNER SALE TWO BEDROOM BUT if you're like most 2. QUALITY
... breakfaat are* and a eoraenedoowh people and want to SAVE
UOB call after 4 a Bi>>10
FIVE tars and kath. PLDB 1 roo",. an* bathBnait No Down Payment
bevy car hand atckaad "
FURNISHEDNicely
kWUOLLA AHIAl S-8 bedraomtw 1100. Beat itudlo apartaieal. Ill ..."... Ideal tor lder MONEY then SEE US. W.
at kaU bone*, an coatenieneealod 1tOUu. Jngrejum, 1.11 Mob Wei- hlldrta or In-ltwel, Were' proud Curaa $05 .111I 1... ea'.. 3 have SPACIOUS CB ,"."1".4 kf Bi,
water, law lots will eonilder .u' of "'. tenilbl arie* end iel. h.drasa 1_. Some "' 110 furnished two bedroom awn Biachanlct.
(red* tar *cre*.a. DraoeField TJlRU lent ondiuon. RO-11M Cl. 16 C.sVM Los HOMES (none less than
home
BEDROOM hors ID Mol I= close to A fc P
Rotd t* ItDkla U...u Mt _,.. 5.19015 LaeS log esn.l.Rua A. S. MORROW M too at MB moN. call 1120 ft of living are, 3. PRICE
CORVAIR lit! Bill*. MU ao a. 0D1I Ban Treatue ......n *r all.M :. and Southgate Shopping sq.
GS 6555
pstmaSt -
..
UClPTlOIII'ftIRE': bedroom 604.71 ... Radtrs LUL.\ Centers. Concrete block plus carport and storage) Ivory car priced accord.
-toe e TOD' 17. NU win
tw ktk CB horn kr with
sew onstructlon on nicely land- : : las r* condition and Hi.
SALE ora Built. la.,...Prlildalr.11..1 location.rasp and 44, OWNERS SAY $50 PER MONTH leaped lot. Ideal retirement Carne "' ....,.
Cardinal Place. ITO
20 TO CHOOSE FROM Poll SAL k> .....t-iott. Two bedroom SELL! ! I >od 1 kedrooai/ mm. homes SOUTHGATE home. Drive by 408 Young LOW DOWN JMENTI'' 4. GUARANTEE
CB Btrwk.rry Bill Sub. that Btuil be sold Immediately. Place and call us for an ON OUR
JUT Strawberry 1.511L1'Lot 18J alei' 4 krdrooma. lane clout kullU N.* ynfrint. no data, etet.tra U I 3 Bedroom 2 BhJ13.900 appointment to inspect RN.
Mlnlmun' down Frank Foitar'i
Berm. ten
Prim 14 500 Pbone ATwatar in kltrltea recreation room Florida NO DOWN PAYMENT yean
As iii.695PENDARVIS and roll mot In. For Information 841. II af ,
4-1813. Fort Mead Florida room Central beat and airconditioned ON TOUR LOT .iht dealing In
THRU BIDaOOU. two btlh CB Beautiful tot SOxaid .hooe. .. Uoadar 06no.6'Irtdar I La",.".. spoils .., It*
'. Under SHOO 00 down. Nocloelnt 6-W r.duc.d bolos .0Pt.I..1 forInm.dtaw
houe*. IJIO doss MU -Tto3 LOW MONTHLY Itlt.
MU 2.818CUSTOM THREE BEDROOMS
alter 3 30 p mUAVB oett RN-7U 5.q .at...this. _Its.C..t.CBbo.BII111..ID PAYMENTS
YOU looked at ml Pine. Boraened pall Loral yard I mmaculate three bedroom LOOK 'EM OVERt
war ""DUo. Three bedroom. mbata. NEAR LAKEIIOLLINGSWORTII Out *f town owner will. ee la our . Office . I
Purnuhed or unlurBiehedUw offle T...", ... April 14 to make frame home with Florida IDS Bouts Florida Av* I
TA 10... MV S-3V71 a d.... BX I1N4I. room, kitchen dining cam Days Phone: 682-2884 '<2 CHEVROLET .Im,...
BUILTALL i
CHEVROLET TO BK ..a."" O..lor' In.... Redaeor td :3 bedroom, dlnlnt Ination, living room three Nubs and weekend. 4.Dor H......'. Tk
CO. duolea, shill oo..ert'"d to one.taroUr room, *creeB.d. porch, kreakfr JOHN 1. BRENNAN 8M-13SI tiJ.44.IB 6IU-JJOS hard ta find silver whh
bedrooms and bath.
reeldene SI SOO :33I07HOUBB room. 55,565 001' 4100054don. Range
310 Ne. Florida Are.t ,' rod trim' ,.w., wlndowf -
0. 00111I 5004. 1I"-tlt3 _
R."" LULL 4$4101a refrigerator air co-dition-
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AND tw* tot* tw* eel BRICK HOMESNO
lakelatsd iara.... .4.800 HouwUaller, 18'. Mas'S Moms II Blo Opus er and drapes and blinds $6,000 "AS IS"kedroom t factory sir
460. for tolormallon. call (8*. H. L. (Shorty) Palmer thr. horn cot. Powargllda, BOW ,
3460. Realtor.-. LMLA down payment .. taut lot ncluocd. Fenced rear yard 550 Hatln, rJ.mI ,, n:. ., I .,56i,... T fc I 1 CBblutkot ,
THKEB BIOHOOU CB one ...Ib 104 South ...... ArenuePhone SMALL down payment an our lot COUNTRY HOME! with many citrus trees. 1610 tot ouirt ado Nails ..... .ork. with etiplo.titS2089 ''
WO SoHSVa lormeuon OB tlephm.
00
BUT end
refrlcenUir Fenced
back yard 1 pm I2SO. ... MD 04117alter ( \ to a. Teon, Ate. .... Lot) Three bedroom multi-bath, Mockingbird Lane. RG-lisa. MARY E. LEAHY

fully furnished on large George ftewart MU 2-M32
. olAellrlaD_ ounTlr_ CLA'&I laD_DINLAY IMPERIAL .1M.IIo, ,.....
I plot Just outside city. Only Don Sutton MU 3-6581 110 N. Mu. t.lV I '61 OLDSMOBILI F IS
112,0001 I RO.106O.HOSPITAL.
I CONSTRUCTION CO., CLASelPIID DISPLAYStLL : 4-Door Weiss U i

WEEKDAYS 9 lo 9 SATURDAY 9 to 6 INC. I AREA! A.F.PICKARDREALTORLMLA YOUR CAR aif cold.*factory....it..I"ttalladaif ., B.w.ar. .
i ,.. .....
411 So. Fla AMIltt Two bedroom, Floridaroom TO US. .i.. .r,wWtatlroi.
suspended oak floors PRICIS FOR Lisle V., acaromy -
WI PAY TOP
00 9 4I63WSNEAR 300 S. Florida Ave.
on West Lane for only J9- Phone MU 6.2193tTSI I ANY CLEAN USED CARS. bio epp56ranas.S14lt0 .
5001 RO-1088. ROSS LAKELAND

SEARS & WARDS LEDGER I MOTORS. INC. ''64 COMIT Callanta 2.
MERCURY MEL RUDYLMLA .
STOCK :3 Sedraome" S bats. Mntral heat. CLASSIFIED ADS I 1JOOW. M.morl.lllvo1. Door H......'. The
..
MU 2-JII1
air conditioner compute builtin REALTOR ,/
-
V., with factary air,
,..... avao, dupoxl.. dlehwather MORTGAGE BROKER __CLASSIFIED__DISPLAY j
refrlnretor I waenar and all pawar and 400 actual
drjer. ThM S 4ti horn with 1527 E. Memorial Blvd. i p a a d ."'...,
oak floor caa be pu'.b..*.. forleu
mllot Listed far
than replacement coett dial! 686-4107 any time
B"' ....... eptrl dlnlni room. $1419. will best any
Idouddrent Doron, fenred ,..... puke' yatf can lit

REDUCTION SALE ! Near MEL Loh. Hctllent Morton RUDY ternu.on 0.Ownei' Penn.ultanle NEAR 529 W.SOUTHGATE BEACON 30"WE'RE trortinf 2789 with



LMLA REALTOR 3 BR 2 BATHS Factory Warranty

MORTGAGE BROKER $21,000 '(I FALCON D.lu.a 4'
1527 E.. MemoriAl Blvd. Dear S....". Ant*.
Central Beat and Air Condition!
marie shift Ona avnarnaw
r dial 686-4107 any time II... tear around rojnferk Cloieilammar
.w lohool and. IUD lor, car hale.X1580.
hlrh This like new. >>e w>u>
ONLY horn hat a oeparatt dlnlni :
Down!I
$400 room kr kltohen, laree lobs
room with s picture window. I OUT TO SELL '6) MERCURY MeterV.i
3 bedroom brick and block 50 II'. I N.t..Ilb workibon eitra area larta. ont utlland raai- 4-Daar. M.rcO.M.fic .
multibalh In Winston U ....0." conetrucUon and I pawar Itaorina.
I Heights (opposite Winston .IM MO-HOT keeutKu oak floora Call Mee '' 30 NEW PONTIACSThis radio, ....t.,. Vary
low trite, our now.
grade school).

MEL RUDY I KEN HARRIS I 1889

Realtor tiohancar -. LMLA month Pick your selection of a new '<2 OLDSMOBILI II 4.
I
IMLA REALTOR 1101. FtorMa AMcItlilt
Door lea cold factory
MORTOAO8 BROKta
1537 a. Memorial .1... I Tempest, Catalina, Star Chief, Bonnevilla sir fell power, radiahaotor. ,
dial e"e..I011.... Brand s.w
I or Grand Prix .i....
HOMES BY
(N. Roaionobla Offar hissed) S2lUn

NEW 1964 COMETS VA MANAGER JUST A PHONE I '61 PONTIAC Catalina 4.

$100 DOWN Now you can write your own ticket 0"Am.rlca' with Door rod Hardtop.Hpnalitoryfull Silv.r.

Many eholc hornet In all locoaooa 3rd place seller in '63 and a pawor.SM89.
Compleieir redoooraudMonUilr I
parmenU ai low ai $$I.
NEW 1964 MERCURYSAND Hot kr our olflco or ...11.T. call brings quick results margin even more in '64 PONTIAC.
'61 RAMBLER Waga *.
I RTUCKERJr shell you use Classified to I The "640" with aufo.matlc .

I I bring your home Improve radii, but.'.

1964 LINCOLN I CONTINENTAL CORPORATION CARS / REALTOR ment message to a readymade ,! 14,000 mils Sharp!
Jll M. W.... An. Lakiland V KERLEY PONTIAC $2089
MU 47111HA prospect list Dial I |

"*"4 Ana Ares Prepertr Property .Mineter...... MU HIM DOW.CL.AIIII'ID '62 PONTIAC BannavilloCoup
V OPEN TILL' 8 P.M. *. Full pawor,
This I* paoitivoly the
$300 to 1700 Off! uSE LIDGEICLASSIFIED Highway 92 & Rose St Phone 6825125"The ".w." ana .In Florida.

I ADS .. I YBH melt See as4
/, .. this ana t* ap<
AsalFiao DISPLAY_ DISPLAY I .......1._._.._. ......_. ........n.I ._.
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I II I 82:189I :

I '62 MERCURY Comet s.
'\: TRADE NOW I 22. Bucket Nan, raw
WHILE WE NEED dio, h..Ie". whit with
I blue '"'.''or. h'rame
a
USED CARS f *.

; e T.kI Advontsg If Our Yearly
.' .
:- 817119
,;
) Annual Inventory Adu| tmi
o' '61 VOLKSWAGEN Tudtor. .
w
-- "'. DISCOUNTS
t, .i Service ,.c,4!
HARD e D.GET \:1' wild Car Origin! flnhh .
; inside sod But.Onginol .
mm { ......
IN STDCK.! a C4 i ied / A'I r r I

ODaS ? DELIVERY ::02: 015 .1 811110

Including four 5P6 irons. ,6 \t ? '6] Th.CORVAIR"700"4.Debate Deer

Comst$. 0 k4 Greatest Value Packed ,
end model with automatic,
million V'.I too I ON All MODELS NOW I ....i. a*.) Stoat... Red!

popular Ai L'Nf 44 Sale In Fusscll's with "'.tchi.., trim,
SEDANS OLW. History"Be Qui.'", .".i... In

" MERCURY I I : Sure To Ride Drive One Of These Real Values town.

NIGH0th.\ ar eria5'e tie TODAY! Sl7U9I
CONVERr. ':
at .tI-'I
\\N attlKi::'0" 'c3 CHEVROLET Impute 2'Deer Hardtop. Leaded Factory fresh $239 I '62 CHEVY II 4-Door

all 5.r) deau If '60 CHEVROLET Cervelr 4-Dsor. stick Wton. The N*..
WAGONS 315 a Straight factory equipped $SS .. "400" (hot Cliavy

Far. ..del.eel..,.., '60 COMET 4-Poer Ssden. StIck Black beauty .... ... ... . $99 ; II model) with coldlottery ,.

CLAUDE HARDTOPS .wawieerle4.tl.q u. '60 OLDSMOIILE 4-Deer Sedan. All the goodlii. Air condltlonsd $1495 i rodia and air,huts automatic,

JENKINS I '61 FALCON Wagon. One ewner. Sharp. Fully equipped... ...... ...$99 ,_ 1789

2-DOOM eA.,,,,,," _,, ., I '61 FORD 2.Door. Air cond. radio, hector end isle tnmi..., ....$119 f'fL5

I __ _05 '$8 M6 Roadster Sport car. Special ............... ............. ..........$19 ; I
.:Tri; lANK Special

.35_ ... ..,. i4':4i. 4-DOORS bll" TE I' 48 HOUR SPECIAL i
I
_" 'J'.G' J. I'm Only One In Captivity!
...._ _d _. ,.. .- .. .' Pl''JlNC 414 PLYMOUTH. Now. Novar titlad factory *187740 M '

1M oo.ui**.d '
G 60 BONNEVILLE

DOWN I I Ia Ir N.Nws,,. st..rlne C.UII.. ....k..Pur..ra Sower
$195 0,0/0,0., L..UN 1rw,
$ TRANSPORTATION SPECIALS New ton N s deli 1.101X1689 I


On approved credit' puts you i from $99 4r


behind the wheel with on- ,2 57 PLYMOUTH Door S.dsti. Fully oipfppod.J7 u,4

/he-apot bank rate financing 0 DODGE 2.D..,. This car hat I lot ef food "mills left I II
'59 'ON T I AC Catalin
I _; '56 DKOTO. Runs geed, leeks good. Priced to till. .' I II Safari 9 aauonoarWoson.

I '5$ CHEVROLET Station Wagou. Radio and hater Nice car, needs I Full pews

COMET PRICES START AT : largo family or a good fishermen. e and air.

., '49 MERCURY 4-Door. Bring your wife, ton, anyone and drive this one. I 8)0119

$ r I '62 RENAULT Dauphin
$1889 0.1.,.. 4-Doxr Sodan,
.
S7Un

Full Price Delivered Modol Oil : gl '54 LINCOLN 4-0or Co.

I ,rl.. full ,....... Like
..
JENKINSLINCOLNMERCURY : I 1 J / l. 1 i $489

CLAUDE WE HAVE MANY OTHER FINE CARS TO CHOOSE FROM

Be*

HAROLD FUSSELLOver tiCK M..BONAIBCHABLII COITIN



I I ( 23 YII,. ef Depeftdeble, Quality Service) Frank Foster

i 411 N. Florida Ave 682.7113 MOTOR SALES

Main St. Lakeland Phone 682-6151 1111 East Main St.
941 East -- - iii I --- -- -- - Phono MU 31233REAL

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, M -9 SAVINGS* 11oa''_(ouetaS p-Echttt stuulIEJm l mDp7a.t Shp-Echttt Saora/I SAVINGSIR I



\ AFTER INVENTORY ''

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SALE PRICES GOOD THRU SATURDAY

Big Once-A-Year After-Inventory Clearance Sale! Here!Is your chance to ready savt on the hundredsof MW..Y.r..NY1uT11MILDEWCIDE
You'll Love to Shop Your Eckerd Drug Store store-wlde bargains at Ecktrd's Low Low clearance prices. AH IteMS while quantities last!
Hurry some quantities limited.SAVE .
Conveniently Located Near You -

0 Grove Park Shopping Center L'r 3 Simoniz Vista I LAWN SPRINKLER

with MOTH KILLER
Kitchen Floor
1825 U.S. 98 So. IN LAKELAND Step mildew ii4 muity don. _
.. moth m *
cH Ingrcdiwit
1
Cleaner kill. Ff ail your ,toN ino. .
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SWIFT'S SHERBET Roily Shin/ .. Al II Cl.... to f.r 00
I I .I Ate.1.11Lm.r 799 3 1 .
16 Os. Bottle
CklM *fe i .._RIM.
PINTS p** l- 3 49c 1N I. r11Mr POI
I.wiKRAF1TOPPiNuS for 25% 47 tt S == 249 2 l'

Reg. 69c .1R.M.N..R.I.m..w.rlh ........ MM.- PARA
ON ALLPRESCRIPTIONS FREE FILM PRINTS 'H1

>* &. 24' GENERAL ELECTRIC -PLUS- ..,. mNh
,, .
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Mile TMy Leot FREE EASTMAN HIMvary
I Steam & Dry IRON .. he If with ,IJk 109 .
f. Nt prl.M
TECNIQUE ; TM lrimwftalUf..|]M Color'I ::T.w 1 I6.! .Icktrft..., Plai Cab tavtt nt y"Cary 21%DI.fR9 rail. of fll :)w.l.Id..IN ,. ts9 Y....
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Hack .d Wklt
lar Mill prIc.a .11 a *
20* 2 Irons In out-adjustable heat con WkM y.. pick op y.. 4..
p.NIlpfle.RIq trol for proper fabric temperature. t.lepd Klin, ye. CM l bay ...
.'l..l..f' t. .vl"." of 10% rail .* Ivtimni film ._] w.will
h .". .... molt .tmp" .fH/.. ,!I.. y.. '" "'-11M"
f METRECALi2.I/. 3'" 69< prIeII. COMPARE 109 ...lor *r Hack, .-* WMt.

TODAY & EVERY DAY THIS PRICEI! : TODAY & EVERY DAY
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8SCII
t HERSHEY BARS .z:" 3'" 19

LAWN VINYL UTILITY


I JUMBO Popeye Suckers R 19 : RAKE / BAG

dkadio Full 11.1.' /.r./ PAINT ROLLER

}i TEK HAIR BRUSH w!:: ; 'f uM59 -..A..1-full.'u".wild' _ll-m.ul Ie.......'" 0 & TRAY SET

.1...4.tt.._ ........1
Fun 7-ln. paint roller with |
Bomb *... it* 33' rMbh. itttfdy metal paint tray. d
Burma Shave
Y
tL"Cj" : /. rR1.1>tCMhi run .. i I...wati..

WIItM.wlMM.pr.M.h./.l.p10d. .. 1 48 COMPARE
st % LAWN EDGER tlflaatlan wlitOw 0Cma THIS PRICE! 59C
FASTEETH Rt9.47eV2-M.SlM 44CONTlC ; .ra..t,Ml
IUn t 1) ---scab. .
R.ggd bred "; /
FAST I Iyl.1 with.. h..ryay. .weed.d. 69C STYROFOAM
dl. C ,
",. .! 1D-c.IItI. .eth/ /TIM this r.nM.1.11104 k mp r t. .
a/d ..,..'-1... 1.19 93 nlul t5.1r,thq'n Impel C."', eII I4f.
I L.1t, II Inll .m10in/. J at 1.29
A wwty oi iir,el-
. COMPARETHIS
111111! pHttfM i
intuit In IrCOUPON /. f c 69C
\ lf. tit pllttll htndlit.
(Score Hair Cream klM-diw 'II nWlltalt 63 PRICEI

\ ) Stainless Steel Saucepan or Frypan CHEST Ec
I a ,
.... 5511...
BAN Deodorant .Ry.11 .n/u... 63' .
An. N. (Llml)ate 1) Tow .1.1..0! k..dy 9-PAIR METAL I
Ht.. ...c..... *'/!. a 1w ? IoM I..l.tlqx
I*, fry,oiiploiHt .....,...1 ,' SHOE RACK ti w.1 Af.b.n11..11.. 66
hall
IOlyl01 1MMulU kcadl. r
t Upjohn Unicaps Nn. (Vitamin|)* I7.! glAllr II..,. .1.. pain .f { .with 1.N pr..fdu.m h..dl.. 1r
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SPECIAL e. rOorly- 77
PURCHASE 69C Compare at 1.49MEN'S 1.4' Y.I.., *.%1 C5rN

IVORY SOAP P Uwy TMM SM| tin 4 for 21 '

(Limit I rkf. *M) 1 MIRACLE WORKER ALUMINUM r-- '
ALL-PURPOSE

Lively Dog Food IW,k? 3'" 19 SPORT .KITCHEN M.M,IhafflaM... .KNIFE FOLDING WITH COT ..
1111 1.111101111010dn.11
SHIRTS .- ...- |.4f V.|". FOAM MATTRESS
Full 5-'". SMr n 1. ........
CAT LITTER Ctt'| Prld*. 49 S.tiff.., 28eAy. i _1i '"man wld... Miart..I..U..r tlaavapart M.rNnlnr69C .1.1..i%tubular WMr-rwutant 1.m ham aluminum...mattrvM.tt_ ..wild.u*vr.un.funh55ts 1

wI ......-...hlrtaLADIES..,.'..-.... --.....
_.leroaM ..d rMI.la.t.... Lwllo.. A BARGAIN .'
...._ 999
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AT 16951Aik
Nationwide PAINT 'h*.:::1" 1" 1.MIa.wn.Nrythrn..n.. NLnR ...

DELUXE BIRD FEEDERWITH
1 1.91 .1

CHARBERTS SPRAY MIST .*:;2 10 Sin 77' !1 lJ VALUE 139 POLEN4h.p.et

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TUSSY Deodorant CrMm T Rtf.uy, w Stlk.100 toll.Oi 50 1I JAMAICASHORT .

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Just Wonderful SPRAY'. :jLyln Mil" 63'i for your frt copy tf Capt. FIsh indW1 Weekly. Fishing
SETS Tips In the Tackle Department it ill year Ecktrd Dray Sttns.


I ] Barbara Gould CLEANSING 1 1' .I.lce Now lhlpm..O...t ..1.4 Ld1N'I.-" .
lit ...
i CREAM .... IS, a y.rl.ty / '"
pM..1 ...mpl.f.ro.go GARCIA MITCHELL MITCHELL SALT WATER
.f .... =i:n.ryr..l.PNy
SPINNING OUTFIT SPINNING
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j Barbara Gould ASTRINGENT 200SIM 125Roger's COMPARE 199 fllW wild bird -..... ...
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