Title: Lakeland Ledger
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00079940/00115
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Title: Lakeland Ledger
Uniform Title: Lakeland Ledger
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: The Ledger Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Lakeland, Fla.
Publication Date: April 11, 1964
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Polk -- Lakeland
Coordinates: 28.041111 x -81.958889 ( Place of Publication )
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Bibliographic ID: UF00079940
Volume ID: VID00115
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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The Sports Scene ProfessorsVote FiremanAll 'u. S. PuIIi'rj5OO

USFCensure RightIn

Sports aplenty and plenty of thrills marked

yesterday's action over the nation from Coast SqueezeBy
to Coast. The details can be found on pages 7

and 8. DON RICHIE From W.

Arnold Palmer, replete with "Arnie's Staff Writer GermanyBonn

Army" on land and in the air, fired a brilliant By Ledger Wire Services' WINTER HAVEN
68 to grab a four-stroke lead in the Masters ST. LOUIS The American Being
Golf tourney at Augusta, Ga. Experts figure it Association of University Professors the smallest fellow In a Fire

all but wrapped up the title for Palmer last night voted to cen- Department can pay off
[ sure the University of South Consider Winter Haven FIre- Doesn'tObi
Florida at Tampa, for what man Robert E Mathewi If Police Net Saves Girl
SPORTS EDITOR Jack Slayton has Man. the association called inadequate
he had been much more than I
ager Charley Dressen's opinions on the chancesof academic freedom. ct To
the Detroit and their That action his slightly less than five feet.
Tigers progress during places the University -

spring training in a special Saturday column, which on fall a list below of institutions minimum Clarence an attic E fire Sweeney.at the home 510 Ave of WithdrawalWASHINGTON In Five-Story Plunge

The Florida Southern College Mocs, behind standards set by the association J, NW might have taken
the 12-strikeout hurling of Ron Murphy, de Although It does not affect accreditation longer than an hour.and-a- (AP) The

T feated Jacksonville University yesterday. The the censure makes half to put out shortly before United States announced.: :FridayIt ..
two teams play today In a pair of 7-inning difficult the recruiting of highly noon yesterday ,
Is about 7SOOtroopi
Firemen had to feed Mathews withdrawing
games at Henley Field. professors and instructors
Some teachers will and a minimum of equip from West Germany and
.b And the title fight is also on today's sports have nothing to do with a col- ment, into a hole chopped In the Bonn government raised no
gages, along with a story of the trade sending lege blacklisted by the AAUP. the roof to bring the attic fire objectIon.In .
Huff to the under control. The blare was
Washington Redskins The censure action also com the past, when cold war
plained of summary dismissals In an otherwise Inaccessible
tensions were higher, any moveto
A NEW ROSTER of the Lakeland Tigers and inadequate teacher hiring Insulated area. reduce U.S. military strength ,
came out and fans get a peek at some of the or firing policies by President The fire apparently started In Europe would have brought
youngsters who will probably be cavorting for John S. Allen. from blazing grease In a kitchen strong protests from the West x A ) dN

Lakeland this summer Spring drills, however, Campus InvestigationIt leaped to the walls Germans '
caught on the Insulation and
continue for two more weeks. The said the
followed an Investigation shot for the attic. Pentagon units
conducted on the by an being brought back to this country
The campus
schedule was rather thinas Extent of fire and smoke
AAUP committee and completedonly are the last save one of
teams spent yesterday packing and break. damage was not known Immediately 4g
days ago. The Ledger predicted those sent to Germany during
Ing Most of the but It consid-
camp. teams will be in action was -
a blacklisting in ,an ex the 1961 Berlin crisis, plus
today in exhibitions around the nation elusive: ,story Thursday. erable. troops airlifted to Europe In the g

In other action at St Louis, II I ... "Long Thrust" training exercise"!
the AAUP delayed action until of last January.February. t 1 r a p t c aFti
today on the possible censureof Left over from the 1961 buildup
five other schools They are: MethodistsHit are three artillery battalions,
Mercy College, Detroit; the two armored battalions, and
University of Arizona; the University one armored cavalry regiment
of Arkansas; Arkansas Church All but one of the armored
A&M and College of the battalions will start returningnext r-1. $ -
Ozarks month. The five units being x
The censure listing was re SegregationGATLINBURG withdrawn total about 1100men
moved however, from Auburn .
North Dakota State and Ca Tenn (AP)
tawba, N.C. College. -A worldwide missions con With 7th Army

Some 500 delegates are at- ference of Methodist leaders One armored battalion Is be-

(Turn to Page 2, Column 2) spoke out Friday against segregation ing kept with the A 7th Army in 4 fly, bar
West Germany Pentagon
1t In the United States spokesman said this Is to offseta at
IndustriesHit and In the Methodist Churchin reduction in 7th Army

particular strength which came about
The leaders from 48 countries when a battalion III unit was
Board'sRule of Asia Africa and North sent from the 7th Army to the
and South America said In a U.S. garrison In Berlin late In

ChangeBy statement that segregation Is 1961.
a violation of the Christian There had been indications
that the armored cavalry regiment
DAVE PRATT gospel and an affront to human
Ledger Staff WriterA dignity, which Is from Ft. Meade,
Md., also would be kept In Eu-
Because of. segregation In
of the FlorIda
public hearing -
rope, but Fridays announce
the U.S. they said. "Chris-
Air Pollution Commissionhere
said the regiment will be
yesterday was scored by tians In other lands art, dls- ment .

voiced opposition phosphate (Turn to Page 2. Column B) (Turn to )Page 2, Column J) 1T.
.officials and t. representative of j ._ ._. __ T. n yN9
the State'I Board Ik c4 ,Wcilf Bock To The Salt Minesrciifont some proposed changes to the
Commission rules
jJ.fc.wn wore. to frouii4 reporters oho, ,l.yl"ik The new changes In simple .
a .Ic.",:Mn* ',i..., .t tho Whit Hou>.. NtwimtH, itandmfhi terms, would give the Commission . RACE FOR GOVERNOR
0 drlv' .w., fur ....,1... 0 pert, .t th. South Portico, lookttfno authority to close down
to find Johnwn with .u.... oil tk. "Trumon balcony phosphate plants on "prima
Tk. poop, from left Edward Stokhon, photoorophor. Johntonj facie evidence" of air pollution t
earl Sondbur, poot ond Lincoln I o.r.ph.r, .".. Lfudo Bird John-. Instead of relying on the program Dickinson Comes V n rj d tN Sa
ton Alta vhitiHf with. .. PI......., tho ,...Id.llt ...... odd. Mid. of Industrial-commission: k SNP rg N, '?
Well, bock to the silt mina!" pattern In the past. .-----..
Karl's FireBy
Air pollution measures usedas
Balcony Scene a guideline In the Dfooosed Fuller, 16, of Ithaca, N. Y, begins he plunge from a fifth-story
Caps rulings, set no more than 4,000 THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Inefficiency. It is my belief ledge of Salvation Army headquarters In Harlem, N. Y., late Friday. As would I
I pounds per day In fluorine or Fred Karl of Daytona Beach that the people have had be rescuers closed in from either side suspended from ropes from the roof, the
fluorine compounds emitted from made a blunt attack on the enough girl made her leap.

Wild Day For LBJ plant smokestacks In Polk and administration of Gov Farris "It is for this reason that
Hillsborough Counties and gauge Bryant Friday and said If Bud Dickinson is losing i i S
the safe level in grasses used Fred O Dickinson of West
ground In his effort to become
as cattle forage at no more Palm Beach were elected "it e y
WASHINGTON (AP)-It was; Left handed? a photogra- governor" a 1 4p
fantastic almost unbelievable pher asked than 40 parts per million of would be business at the same
Karl said John Monahan of
fluorine.K. .
around the White House Friday The President grinned old stand"
Fort Lauderdale, a memberof
K. Huffstutler of the FlorIda
President Johnson staged a "No, right. I wouldn't want to Opening a campaign In West Bryant's road board con
State Board of Health told
balcony scene from the Truman do anything imprudent"Asked Palm Beach, Dickinson tributed $750 to Dickinsons
the Commission board it would
Balcony He and reporters for a practice pitch, the home town, Karl said that the
be detrimental to his work if
shouted banter and comments chief executive hauled back and "last 1years have been
back and forth. let go with a fistful of air. the Commission adopted a pat marked by scandals, irre'aponsible Kelly On West Coast 1 fli

Johnson took a world This was at the presentationof (Turn to'1>age 14. Column 4) spending waste and Scott Kelly of Lakeland ?

renowned photographer and an a season pass to American campaigned in Clearwater, St.
equally renowned poet Into secret League games by the league Petersburg and Tarpon .
efforts In the Cabinet president, Joe Cronin, and it Springs on the theme that
Room to mediate the dispute sort of set the stage for the day. Florida must speed up its development a ib d ,
that threatens a coast-to-coast Later on, Johnson chatted in of clean industryto i
rail strike He said he wanted his office with Wjlliam Thatch create more Jobs

Edward Steichen and Carl Sand- er, president of the Farmers' "I will enlist the skills and p xi 'Kw' g,, ,
burg to see some tough men operating Union Grain Terminal Associa, know-how of leading U. S. Industrlalists r .. A 7I
-men he said could tion In St Paul Thatcher laud L who come to FlorIda k ,"AT
throw seven million persons out ed him and the administration to live to attract new, ,
of work: wheat-cotton: bill long and __ clean industries to the state," aP
Practically purring. Johnson loudly. !P Kelly laid."Many 4 Cdr A jrI
gave audible and visible encouragement Johnson promised to sign the ( top Industrialistshave
i to a visitor who assured bill Saturday winter or fulltime homes
him over and over the "We are started on a depres here and I will call on them
President was saving the farmer sion. Thatcher said. "You have for support In a drive for new
from depression. saved our whole Northwest area +apTv. Industry, Most are on a first
He limbered up his throwingarm from a depression which would name basis with Industrial
In the White House office have started with wheat ists throughout the country
and pronounced it in good shape prices" and they would be a great

for heaving out the first ball Thatcher Assures Him help" _Lt
when the Washington Senators
Johnson smiled happily and Renews Pledge
open the American League sea "
son here Monday against the urged: "Go ahead In the Clearwater talk, Kelly
Los Angeles Angels And the President made no also renewed Ms pledge to
"I've got a good arm," John effort to discourage reporters end retail price control' on
son said "I'm an old first from listening In. In fact, he .,, milk, by law if possible but
baseman." brought them into the chatting. s by appointing milk commission -
"Dollar and a quarter wheat members who wouldn't l.

JIN a'airaaalaealNi/NNaU ltfA'' and our whole area Is gone," impose retail controls otherwise
Thatcher said .
"You honestly think there John Mathews of Jacksonville -
would be a depression if wheat told fishing interests at
went from $1.80 to $1.M?" John- pTwoStory Tarpon Springs that the seafood

son prompted. industry was developingtoo
Page Thatcher assured him he did t slowly and that he would

Amusements .. ....... 6. said Johnson was saving the help it speed up. Tpf. ,
farmers from a depression and He said the State Board of y'
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Business News added: Conservation had been doinga

Comics ..................., 6.7 "Boy, what a victory you are good job but that it got no
Classified ...... 13-14-15 going to have this fall. !d help from the State Development
Johnson brought up the rub-
Deaths ...................... :2 of polls Thatcher Commission
ject political "I believe that the commission -
Editorials ................ 4 said his organization had one should try .t develop our ,

Television .............. 7 made, and he didn't know anyone Gadget very Important seafood industry -

Sports .............. 9.10.11 who was going to vote with as much zeal as we

Weather Map .......... :2 against the President of his David J. H.nry, 0 1-y..,-.... high Knml i* 4iit Oren, would expect them to get Into
Johnson got up out W.l.rlo., Uwi, m.k.i .krt-minv .4vtrin| .nti to his l.lkin| <...- the other more glamorous Industries -
.,.................. 6-7 chair and fingered ."
Women rocking
puts .. the H.wkty. Sci.n<. F.;ir .p.n...l In Di M.i..... Tk The girl is shown, a few seconds later, as the lies in a police emergency
Bridge ............... ..... :2 through some papers on his Mathews also laid he would
? of the Min 400- oun4. ctmpyttr, which tr desk for a do all in elim
Horoscope ............... 14 I copy Hinyf.i, it .*0 *t thn 500 .f M entries in th* ..."...f .....t. (tAP his power to>> street to watch the tense drama unfold. Onalee did not appear to be badly hurt
l (Turn to Page 14, Column () ) (Turn to Page 2, Column 3) (Associated Press Wirepholosr )

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I 2 LAKELAI\D LEDGER. Saturday April II, 1964 [-Commie Seism DeepensIRussia T

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Temperatures In Florida And Around The Nation (AP)-Winding up! "The modern revisionists t _
[Soviet Premier Khrushchev'ivisit : (meaning Khrushchev and his I 1

STATION II. 1.. Tampa ............... 81 Knoxville ............. 63 33, to Budapest, the Soviet UnIon supporters) talk about the ruin
Daytona Beach .... 71 52 W. Palm Bench ...... 82 69 Little Rock ........ ... 75 37, and Hungary have jointly and horrors of war to frighten'
Fort Lauderdale .... M 70 I Los Angeles .......... 73 55,condemned Red China for try people and make them fear to

Fort Myers .. .... ... 81: 66'Baltimore . ......... 54 30 Louisville ........ ... 09 30 ing to split world communismMoscow rise up and oppose imperial-
Gainesville ........ ... 79 .50 t Cha rIel ton .......... 64 48 Milwaukee ........... :55 35: radio said Friday night said the journal.
Jacksonville ......... 74 45.Chattanooga ......... 70 33Mpls.-St. Paul.... ... 63 27 I I The broadcast, beamed to Africa .li.m. a nuclear war break!

Key West . ...... ... 88 75 Chicago ........... ... 52 46 Montreal ........ .. ... Ill( 311 Wit a commentary on a It would cause tremendous
LAKELAND ... .. ... 81 57Clnclnnatl| ....... .. ... 64 30 New Orleans ..... ... 71 44 'joint communique to be issued tosses to the people of the world,

Miami ..... .......... HA Cleveland, ............ 48 36New York ........ ,.1 73 37i:Saturday. Khrushchev left Budapest but It would not exterminatemankind. ./
Ocala ......... ....... 82 51 ,Denver........... .. 62 Phoenix: ........... .. 88 : for Moscow on Friday The people must endure ;
Orlando ... ........... 84 55:Del Moines ......... 69 29 Pittsburgh ... ........ 57 32 'after a 10-day visit. The com! such sacrifices so that they .. ,
Pensacola ......... 70 45 Detroit ......... ..... 58 HI,St. Louis .......... ... 70 43 !munique echoes speeches by can annihilate capitalism and I _
St. Petersburg ... .. 82 59,Houston ....... ....... 72 47 San Juan ... ......... 84 74 Khrushchev In Hungary ,avert the ruin and death created _ _ _
Sarasota . . ... .. . 80 56Indianapolis; ..... .. . 63 34 Savannah ............. 72: 401| "Drawing attention to the unity by capitalism"
Tallahassee . . ... . 74 39 Kansas City . ... . 74 Washington| ....... ... 67 35;, of the Socialist (Communist;) 1 Moscow' next move In thel]
camp' and the Inteinatlonal dispute with Peking may be decided -
movement the joint Soviet-Hun next week when leaders

I garian declaration resolution of Hungary, Poland East Ger.
I Da. ?,..e, UC WiA1H1* $UUAUMii0 condemns the splitting activities many Czechoslovakia, Bulgaria I

of the Chinese leaders," the Mongolia and possibly, Romania
Moscow broadcast said. : meet with Khrushchev in Moscow

"The Peking leaders are try.' They will be there for

ing to produce disorganizationIn Khrushchev's 70th birthday. I I l
the ranks of the Communist Opposes Russian Call
movement and thus to weakenthe Poland opposes the Soviet call
main revolutionary force In for a showdown meeting on Red J

\ the battle of the people against I China fearing an Irreparablel 14 :
Imperialism and colonialism in :split In world Communist ranks
the battle for peace. Palmiro Toghatti Italian Communist
Seek Diversion leader also took this (

I "They attack the principle ul view Friday while !making clear [

peaceful coexistence between his party sides with Khrushchev .1
.. I states of differing social systems In the dispute. .1J

'" and the peaceful competition The Soviet news agency lass J
q. SttoIH1mIB between socialism and cap I distributed a Havana dispatch
't. italism in the economic field." Indicating Cuba might be liningup
CAR WASH PRACTICE-Corl, Horroll and Pot Ness, mombon of she Loktwood Pork Method I
Khrushchev Tass
in behind
radio replied a
w.8 Peking MYF for wash to be iponiorod today by tho ,..u,. The wish will ... ,
.:\,".." way. to Khrushchev's recent attacks said the Cuban news agency lit Church practice a car
;, tlr', ,. by broadcasting a two- Prensa Latina circulated the hold ot Wooel,', Toioco Sorvico Stotion on tho co...., of Idlcwlld sad Combo Rood end will lest e

lee buys.swa % f"tdo1 : !/" .
_'19"'" Uww' Uiit r.n.,_..",. taae.ee.J < : f: ,,'f o'i', .( fr''. .,"r North Viet Nam's theoretical party of El Salvador assailing treat to Ktyitono Height- ,in May. -I Ledger Photo- By-Hutchuonl.-.- I- n n

......,;:.. ,....,.,..."... kst .............C..I'. l..t ... ...f"r'p: _' .: .. journal- Study.TALLAHASSEE-. -_ _. -_-I ---- --the- -Chinese- -Communists- i .

Panama City Under Fire High Li ingTrips Banker; I IU

Scattered ihowert ere oipected ,.4., In Pacific nerthw.it, northern Pletoau, northern Ploini, .'

middle and lowtr Muiiuippl' Volley end port of control and southern lelni. W.."' ., temperetvrtl Because Of Segregation Account Short II

ere forecast cot moit of notion, OK.pt for entire Plaint ...., ..orth.... Plateau end port of $972,372

southern Ploteou. (AP Wirephoto Map' I (AP) The In Its report the advisory I'n,
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Florida State Advisory Committee committee said Panama City FAIRFIELD, III. (AP) A quest that Brown bring the, sip. I guess there were more
A I on Civil Rights recommended was a segregated city in the $6,000-a-year banker-clergy books up to date. After he left: things asked about Lee than II
Virginians. yesterday that the majority of its social contacts man who had lived opulently the note, Brown entered a hospital about most of us. .1.1I
I U. S. shut down Tyndall Air with only the municipal was charged with embezzlement with what doctors called a "But everyone thought of him '"
Force Base if Panama City auditorium desegregated for Friday afetr federal bank examiners "mild' breakdown." as a friendly, reliable young ;
Pay HomageTo businesses refuse to cater to city functions. found a $972,371 discrepancy -I Ordained Baptist man. He certainly was highly . ,I

Negro servicemen.The in books of the Fair- The note Garrison said, related regarded." iJo .1
\ = GeneralNORFOLK I recommendation urgedthe Methodists Hit field National Bank. that Brown had been After his arraignment before :' I'h
ZONE rORECASISA Y : Department of Defense Lee Brown, a cashier-book tampering with the books for a U.S. commissioner Thursday '

: Clear to partly cloudy. A t.Nj Va. (AP-HuRe) first to rule off limits all establishments keeper at the bank, was seven years. During that time Brown went Into seclusion at the e
little warmer. High 70 to 75. "' N" throngs filed the coffin in Panama City Segregation 'charged with embezzling $15- Brown was ordained a Baptist farm home into which his family
past -
I' open
B C: Fair and a little warmer' "-. of General of the that deny service to Negro ,000 The FBI said the bank examiners ) minister and preached occasionally moved last year. His wife is
with high near 75. Light variable E \ G Douglas MacArthur Friday Army in a base personnel. illuswned, pastors are embarrassed still are trying to track In a rural church participated -,expecting their third child. ,
........_ and missionaries are
winds. the In the Junior Chamber of Bank officials told
: salute to the man who gave Prof. Hal G. lewis of the ''down $972,371 irregularity depositor 01te
D: Fair and a little wIrmer _. r. \9 Norfolk the souvenirs of Ms University of Florida objectedto ashamed. uncovered by an audit. Commerce Young Republicans the accounts are Insured foiT ,
ailed fur ,
with high near 75. Northeait and life and chose this city for his the recommendations on I The conference Mayor Zack Smith owner ofa organization and local men's more than $125 million They,
fast winds 5 to IS mile per resting place In death. grounds it might hurt the'' the abolishment Jurisdiction 01 the Central of paint store said the feelings clubs said no one withdrew an account ,
dour The white personnel Instead of help (Negro) lot this farming community of Bank director Tom Mathews .
turnout appeared to be Methodist Church the II
E.F: Partly cloudy and a little the by "sur I recalled Smith said "We .
surpassing those in New York the Negroes.He 18,300( population are hearing questions Mayor : simply
warmer with a high of 80 to 85. and Washington earlier this'I urged the departmentto Methodist general conference prise and embarrassment" that about Brown's expensive tastes were caught off guard by all

Light variable winds. Little week investigate the commanding speculations about Brown's high and commented: "In a small ,this We are a close city and alm

change Sunday. .. *r Crowds wandered 1 officer's attitudes toward the -- living may have had a basis in! community, there always i il gosQbituatie-we can only show sorrow"
M through the
G: Partly cloudy. HiRh near I -t, presidential directives against alE
MacArthur Memorial fact.Brown
80. Northeast and east winds I i
I discrimination In the armed wrote a note .saying as
3 to U miles per hour. I Wcotiercostflorid / where the general' body lies In forces I the denomination' top lawmaking much.
cloudy. High about repose. The doors were closed body which begins its
: Partly ---
85.H-1 I .t Fair in the north only briefly during the night 1- quadrennial meeting April 28 I Brown, 29, had been with the
and partly cloudy In the southStu.iJay While cleaners worked Final I in Pittsburgh, Pa. bank 10 years. He recently builta )
[ 4-Laning >() home for his
Widely scattered, I 130.000 country
I| Mac-Arthur's remains will bel The Central Jurisdiction, theconfert'nce .
Closed'mostly afternoon showers In the said 1s "a symbol wife and two children. He kept
Cemetery entombed in a sunken crypt In On U.S. 19 "
extreme south portion. High 75 the rotunda of the museum, of discrimination against one registered dogs and livestockand NICK STANGARONENick her of the Catholic Church anda n:
to 85. Partly cloudy with chanceof I about a dozen race horseson life member of the Royal Order I
after services Saturday I Is Scheduled I segment of the family of God Stangarone, 79.year-old' a
For SprayingWINTER shower Sunday. morning. 'I i and is a sin against God himself the farm. native Qf Italy, died yesterday of Moose No. 455 Jackson-
D. L. Garrison -
Small boat bulletin Variable AP-F'our.1' ." Bank President ville.
HAVEN Lakeside mostly easterly winds S to 12 Floral tributes continued to! TALLAHASSEE ( The statement drafted said he had discussed the morning at the Carpenter's He is survived
Into the Ian Ing of the next-to-last segment -/ was by one sister,
pour museum
Cemetery will be closed today knots through Suturday. Seas of U. S. 19 from the C'eor-1 by an International committee, horses with Brown "because Home following a brief illness. Mrs. Mary Hale Bouen of Jacksonville -

and Sunday for spraying The one to three feet and Inland gia line to Cross City will be! of which Bishop Odd Hagenof they seemed inconsistent with Stangarone, who came to Lake- Gentry-Morrison Fun. v
cemetery will be reopened to waters mostly smooth. started April 19, the road department Stockholm Sweden was being a banker, but we never land from Chicago about a eral Home is completing ar.
the public Monday Dickinson'Comes suspected anything until last i''rangemems for funeral services,
announced Friday. ( "' I month ago was ,a retired car
I' halrman.'L week I which will be held In Jack on.vUle. -
U.S. Bringing That was when Garrison:,penter and a member of the .
Under found Brown's note in the night Catholic church.
17,500 Home This followed what' He i* survived by one son

YOURHOME (From Germany I' Karl's Fire I 1 I[Let's Play Bridge J!Garrison depository.-- --said -was- a--routine- re--I John Tenn. Stangarone Funeral services Chattanooga.are' Funeral SPEAR services RITES for Ira L. m

brought back with the five other DIDN'T RUSH OFF scheduled for 10 o'clock Mon. Spear 73, of 207 West Lane are <<
units. mate retail day morning at the Carpenter'sHome scheduled
price fixing on By ALAN TRUSCOTT for 10 o'clock this
The Defense Department said: milk. SEGO Ohio (AP)-While hunt with burial In the Car morning at First Presbyterian dl

the return of the units "will not Robert King High Miami I' By ALAN TRUSCOTTA ing mushrooms, Willard Swine penter's Home Cemetery. Church. Burial will be In
D Lyons.
NORTH ( ) turtle.
,affect the U.S. commitment to mayor, again campaigned on good index of the health ol hart came across a The body I Is at the Thornton Ind. Mr. SpeardjeJ Thursday.
10 6 2
I A A K its shell he found
the theme that Florida should a bridge organization 'is the effi! Memorial Home.
I. V KJ4 of Initials the community -
have a $1.25 hour minImum I clency of its public relations three lets
I ; per -
f ;r; IC' f and Information service. Many, 104 name "Sego" and the PENN RITES
I '" 4963 year 1914 Inscribed. Funeral
A\ >> ? lof the groups that organize JOSEPH PAUL GIMA for Mr*.
EAST WEST recalled that
'the North Atlantic Treaty Or'lganizatlon g .(lJ<<' (: 1 bridge In specified areas under VQ9862 V5 father Swinehart had caught a turtle and Joseph Paul Gima 44, of 315 1113 Mary South Elizabeth Penn 57, of D.
I Mississippi Ave.,
to maintain the 11.,< '" .a\, I'the auspices of the American:' .72 AKQJ made those Inscriptions almosta N. Kentucky Ave., manager of conducted were ti.P
yesterday at AllSaints'
of six-division force I Contract League
equivalent a Bridge publish' A85 AQJI0742AQJ95 half-century: earlier. The turtle -the sporting goods departmentfor
'in Europe." wage law. He said there 1:a quarterly bulletin, which 'I' A73SOUTH had changed little in size. Eckerd Drug Store died Episcopal Church. Father
The U.S. Army strength in was no reason why workers I!serves the triple purpose of announcing ., Swinehart said and was within Wednesday night at Bartow Clifton H White pastor of the

I''Europe runs about 2.10,0(11)( ) men, In interstate commerce should 1 future events, report.I A 84 ISO feet of where his father Hospital Mr Gima was a native church officiated and burial
AIR CONDITIONED combat and be paid more than those who ,I ing recent tournaments and was in Oak Hill Burial Park.
including support V A 10 7 3 found it originally I[ of Nanty Glo Pa., a memo
__ Mrs. Penn died Wednesday
lunils, are not, But more than halfa I other local news and printing -
million workers l In Floridaare I technical articles, + 98653 Pallbearers were Charles Rocker -,
.. .AS LITTLE AS earning less than the federal One of the most lively of these A AK George Brantley, Quentin
,Professors Vote minimum wage, he said. 1 publications is the Declarer of, East-West: were vulnerable. ,.i : Hicks Ralph Melton Harold

$2650 I I High told the Florida Library I the New .Jersey Bridge League. The bidding1'North East South West I Lehman Bill Skipper Jr., Ernest
I Its March issue includes the I McClurg and Don Gray.
:U.S.F. Censure Association' annual I 1 A Pass :2 4 Pass I I fl I
meeting at West Palm Beach I deal shown today, entertain'l 2 A Pass 3 N.T. PassPass I
A MONTHNO tending a two-day convention that creation of a statewide II- ingly described by Pass 4 GONGWER RITES

the 50th annual meeting They I brary system In Florida Is essential I I Wakeman of Upper Montclalr, West led the Jack of diamonds! cwjCi Funeral services for Robert A,
DOWN PAYMENTHow awarded their Academic freedom if the state U to reachIts I N. J" an engineer by vocation, Gongwer 85, of 2445 E. Magnolia

citation to the president I intellectual potential. He 1 1I a bridge writer by avocationand South had trouble 1. Ave., who died Mondaywero
\ no guessing eI
many rooms in your land board of regents of the I added: a past winner of the National the heart situation. As West r i 1 conducted yesterday at
"It is shocking to me that I Men's Team champion Gentry-Morrison Funeral Chap.
homoT Imagine enjoying cool, : had revealed 13 high-card pointsIn I
Honda does not have a state ,ship. el. The services were conduct.
filtered, dehumidified refresh- the minor suits It was most I
I library system and that we North and South were a pairof unlikely that he held the heart ed by the Rev. Willard O.
air in all of them-not just
ing rank 26th among the SO statesIn aggressive bidders in a duplicate in addition. Acmes pastor of Kentucky Ave.
one I If your warm air furnace [University of California. the amount of state help to contest, pitted against a queen ; nue Presbyterian Church. and
1s in good condition, we can The annual Alexander Miekle- local libraries" pair i of young scientists North A heart was led to dummy'slking rv burial was In Oak Hill Burial
Instill a famous Carrier John award was made for California did not quite have an openingbid and the Jack returned Inl 0' '' .3' Park.
Prayer In Schools the hope that West would play -
in hours. Andyou'll President Dr Clark, but a substandard bid of Pallbearers were Clarence
,Kerr's outstanding defense of,I Dickinson, meanwhile told one spade as dealer at favor the nine or eight When East]I Kemp, Charlie Young. Laurence
not only have I much academic freedom and for a Winter Park audience that able vulnerability often works covered and West showed out I
. 0,, Christmas and J, W. Van Elder.
more comfortable much ,backing of his stand by the:I "we are going to have Bible well by making life difficult for the position was: ,

more healthy home,you'll also I University's board of regents reading and prayers In the the opponents I I RITES FOR M'R. S10TT
Increase Its value. Isn't that ,It cited their removal of a ban I Florida public schools if I am I Optimistic Jump Bid NORTH Funeral services for John W,

well worth-while? Come in or against outside speakers. elected your governor I Unfortunately for North South AAKIOI I Stott, 85, of 523 Hennessee St.,
call us today for complete I The association has 730 chapters "If there ever was a time was in a gay mood also, and .4 !were conducted yesterday afternoon -
Information I IAUTHO'UO IIMS In the United States with'i when we need to learn about lumped to three no-trump on '- at North Florida Heights
,about 62,000 members. I things the Bible teaches us, the second round when two JL Baptist Church. The servicesfor II II I

Schools remaining on the as. and how to pray, the, time Is would have been sufficient. WEST EAST Mr. Stott, who died Wednesday II
!sociation's censure list include: I now," I This optimistic game contract A 73 A QJ9 were conducted by the Rev
The University of Illinois, There was applause from the 'would have been defeated by V V 98 Jack E. Sutherland and the

'Philadelphia Texas Technological Haydon Burns heading Into the obvious lead of a club. But 41074 4SOUTH was In Roselawn Cemetery I

CONDITIONING DEALER College. Arkansas State I West Florida told pulpwood Interests I West eagerly cashed three diamond Pallbearers were Bill DIsc
Teachers College, Grove City at Bristol that he would I winners in the confident A 84 Harold Loom an, Kenneth Collins I
(Pa.) College South Dakota, be sympathetic with their I belief that South had bid a nonexistent V 107 Lucian Snell Robert NUll I
: i"rs State College Sam Houston problems of overloaded trucks I diamond suite In an I .9 land Junior Birchfield I
(Texas) State Teachers College on the highways If he became I attempt to Itop a diamond lead. A Urges 'Honorable Solution' I
Lowell West was less happy when his '
Benedict (S.C.) College. governor I
SERVICE I(Mass.) Technological Institute., "I assure you that those departments I partner showed out on the third I South led his last diamond: celled nursed and .THORNTON: I
Fisk (Tenn.) University, Alabama under my direction 'round of diamonds, and shifted, discarding a spade from the' President Johnton"Yeiteiday upon vmonrrpreientarivai I 'MEMORIAL'HOME' I
to took ... honorable solsee.-s.t solution Im.pottd ,
I State College and Alcorn u* governor will use discretion I belatedly to the club queen. I dummy, and East was I
tm to, ft A
den .. in the threatened railroad wolkout. Before
: in laws. But South fourth squeezed South Inevitably won' by n.gotiotieni
(Miss) Agriculture and Mechanical overweight I won, played a llitt I
twoo .MU
N.w Aukurne*!* 555.ph. College. Added, as of yes- at the same time everyone I round of diamonds to establishhis I the remaining tricks makinghis lot under way, Johnion colled union sad managementofficials
Saa4Sl terddv. II the University of I must respect the law," he fifth diamond and got another -I contract for a top score urn into tht Rose Garden where I ho mode a direct oppool. tothem. t= I

South Florida said. I club lead from West the hoard. I It I I AP Wircphotol' I I


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Post OfficeDedication -'- --' ..- '" "_. .. .> '_ '- Saturday, April II, 1M4 S

,j Leaders Dickinson Hear iz_ 1- What Do You Think? I I Talk LAKELAND OfViolence LEDGER.

r,, Set April 25 Harry Parks, retired nativeof Johnny Godwin, First National Roger Driggers, just returned -

By DON RICHIE Buffalo, N. Y.. who has Bank guard who cameto to Lakeland from

'Ledger Staff Writer Lakeland's new post office made his home in Lakelandfor Lakeland after his retire. Homestead: "I have just been

LAKE ALFRED-Further de will be dedicated on April 25 the past 11 years: "I'm retired ment from the Washington discharged from the service
tail I on a In ceremonies to begin at 3 and I'm looking for a job. I
proposed "hot-line" -3-'T' and already 'on vacation Navy Yard: "I'm going to
expect to begin work soon, butI
communications p,m Postmaster George P.
tween city government system and the be Brantley" Jr. announced yester ,' but I think I'll hop over spend my vacation working in don't think we'll be takinga Is Scored

state capital to Daytona Beach and watch my garden After all, he bugs vacation for some time."
were outlined
gubernatorial candidate Fred by 0.: day.Among the guests expected to the difference girls go by In this Age vacation makesno have to have something to I WASHINGTON (AP) Sen.

(Bud) Dickinson at the city hall attend the dedication are U. S, pastime." eat." Jack Miller, R.Iowa, deplored
auditorium here Thursday night Rep James H. Haley; R. W. Friday any talk that failure to

A buffet supper' audience of Bass of Atlanta, regional comptroller pass the pending civil rights bill
about 180 invited for the Post Office Department .
delegates from may lead to bloodshed and expressed
25 cities of the Ridge League Lakeland Mayor hope there will be "no
\, of Munlclpalities-from! Arcadia Harold Crlzzard and other city more statements of that kind"in
to Zephyrhllls officials; and postmasters froma
-heard the candi I the Senate.
number of Florida cities.
date couple this proposal with a But Sen. Wayne Morse, D-
promise of frequent front-line Facility Leased I Ore, promptly answered that

district visits on civic problems The new post office, locatedon -- '., -- while he thinks Negroes "will

Dickinson also] called for a Lake Wire Drive at Missouri k, DRIGGERS BRADLEY make a great mistake if they

constitutional amendment earmarking Avenue, Is part of the Post . ... Mrs Larry Bradley "Clear- take their cause to the streets,"
in addition to the pres.ent Office Department's lease construction """ ..- ---- -- this will not lead him to "stick
--PARKS" GODWIN HUNT water. (Mr. and Mrs. Brad
cigarette tax, an unspecifiedtax program, under which WILLIS my head in the sand" and "not
and their
ley daughter Kathy
specifically for local municipal Investment financing Is used to Jim Hunt, service station say what I think I. Inevitable if
Waite Willis, son of the Rev. of 2309 Weber St., are loyal
uses only-as city fathers obtain facilities which remain : "The mountains or we do not deliver the full constitutional
and Mrs.
Warren Willis, 515 Floridians who always vaca
saw fit to use the funds. under to the Negroes
He was the private ownership pay E. Beacon Road: "I plan to the beaches are our alternatives tion within the state. Bradley, rights
and leased
are to the gov. attend the Florida Methodist for asked where the family would
candidate ; vacations. This
to year
speak before a ernment. Speaking In the Senate's 27th
j Church youth camp at Lees- spend its vacation this year, i
J League :dinner. Robert Its the beaches, probably Indian
King At the same time, the need day of debate on the House-
burg, where my father is di replied promptly that Mrs
High Is the only candidate who for of Rocks for Hunt his I Miller Insistedhe
large outlays money from passed measure,
I in makes decision.
rector. Usually just get Bradley that
has not spoken to the group. CANDIDATI IN CHOW LINE.- r>.4 0. (IvJI) Dicklnuit the Federal Treasury for con, on the fun, but this year It wife, their two daughters and She did, on the spot-Clearwater Is not saying "we should

Opponents Not Mentioned dukes up ._. _1t,1.. .t Thurify night's Ridge Lt.|u. .> My_ struction purposes is eliminated. .looks as if I'll have to work," the family's little black dog. ,) I compromise the principles of
I Ha The department Is now concentrating he: bill" but told the Senatt It
made ho reference to any nlclpalrtki bvfftt, hottttf IIy eke city If Lab. Alfrta At I.ft. It .
of his opponents In the governor Lfktlind. Meyer Harold GrinatJ, chairman. .. .. on constructing new must not be "pushed or pan.icked"
pr ar'm I L. .
postal units only where they Soviets ,
are into action.
t 1 race. Sing
Phot ky Rick;..) Professors Say SalariesIn
most needed. In
The talk followed) a ..umDlu.I' urgently areas I Asks
I where it is practical to do so, CompromiseS

,A ous favors buffet"to grow with with live the plants'II Ridge Mayor Jimmy Telford spoke Estimate existing buildings are undergoing Public Colleges LaggingThe 'Hallelujah1With Specifically, he urged that thebill's
in behalf of Lake Alfred renovation.
: League of Municipalities." backers be willing to ac

Dickinson told the civic lead. officials hosting the Ridge "The fact that Lakeland has ST LOUIS (AP-The American report said over-all faculty Seegeropened cept some changes "to gel a
League meeting, noting that it Of Valencia been chosen for a new post of. meaningful and reasonable
ers that he
I' if elected
plans to In Lake Association of income Increased five per
was Alfred, It years fice, Brantley said, "reflects University "
I name a head of a civic communication for the 1963-84 school MOSCOW AP Americanfolk bill.
that cent year ( ) -
July, the first
ago meeting credit on our growing contribution Professors was told Friday that But the for
department with one of the united cities was held Crop LowerBy to the economy and life of lagging Increases for This Is 2,2 per cent below the singer Pete Seeger openedhis didn't course smootheras compromise
major job: to maintain an open salary rate considered necessary to Soviet tour Friday night, grow any
the nation.
and direct channel to and from I 25 Cities Represented DAVE PRATT "Our will derive teachers In public colleges and achieve salaries proposed by and before the,evening was over Democratic backers of the

all cities in Florida to hear H. M. Cobb, of Birtow, was patrons from business more universities threatens educational former president Eisenhower's the audience was singing "Hallelujah" bill indicated their distaste for
local problems and to funnel the Ledger Staff Writer enjoyment doing changes In the fairemploymentsection
only League charter member standards committee on education beyondthe right along with him
here, their mail will be handled
them Immediately] to the proper present, but civic leaders Florida's crop of Valencia more efficiently and this buildIng An AAUP survey of 756 Institutions high school I But it wain't easy. Russians which were suggested
state agencies. represented the following 25 and its of higher education About 450 delegates are attending know the word hallelujah has' Thursday by Sen. Everett M.
was cut million up-to-date equipmentwill
by one boxes
H' criticized current and past cities: Arcadia, Auburndale, enable our postal employes showed that about 34 per cent the association's 50th' religious connotations and they Dirksen the Republican leader

state administrations, saying Avon Park, Bartow, Bowling and grapefruit was upped a to work under the best of con of private colleges and universities -annual meeting, which ends tomorrow had to be persuaded. from Illinois.Dirkaen .
that official red-tape and chan Green, Davenport Dundee, million by federal crop estimators ditlons," the raised faculty pay levels, The hallelujah bit came In the offered his proposed

neling of requests haj become ,Eagle Lake, Fort Meade,. frost who released their mented. postmaster. com sufficiently but less than 10 per David Fell man, University of chorus of "Michael, Row the amendments In a conference of

ao complex that too many municipal 'proof Haines City, Klssimmee, monthly forecast yesterday "The new facility" he added. cent of public schools did so. Wisconsin political science professor ,Boat Ashore." Seeger had already -Republican senators but failedto
needs "get lost in the Lake Alfred, Lake Hamilton, of ; get consensus backing
elected any
afternoon. "will be a link with a postal! The survey noted that public was president sung several songs and
shuffle. Lake Wales, Lakeland, Mulberry There system that today has over 45,- Institutions absorb the bulk of the 62,000-member organization hadn't had too much trouble them.
were no changes In
Autonomy StressedHe Plant City, San Antonio, 000 postal installations. This the rising numbers of college for a two-year term. He succeeds -getting the 1,800-member audi

called for more say-so by Sebring. St. Cloud, Wauchula, the crop estimates of other system serves more than 180 students. It said: Fritz Machlup, Princeton ence to sing along the choruses

affected municipalities as to Winter Haven, Zolfo Springs and citrus varieties, announcedthe million Americans and handles "We can not view I with University.John I But then came hallelujah anda Bartow Piano

where state funds, "your funds Zephyrhills. Florida Crop and Livestock over two-third of the world's equanimity the prospect that P Dawson, professor of slight chill descended "Ev

from your taxes," should go Bruce Canova, Auburndalecity Reporting Service. mail. Our 580,000 postal employe more of our students will receive law at Harvard, was elected erybody sing," Seeger shouted Students To

stressing less overall state con manager and League president New totals set 37 million are handling about 67 an even poorer ,educationa first vice president and Frances into the microphone. "The song

trol.Dickinson and Mayor Harold GHz- boxes of Valencias and 27 billion pieces of mail a year, Including long-range prospect which I C. Brown, professor of chemistry -,won't sound good unless you Have Recital

pledged either to zard, vice president, served as million of grapefruit to harvest over a billion parcels." salary and compensation fig-I at Duke University, was sing.

send hi. liaison man to districts -greeters, with secretary Nettie Total citrus crop size ures clearly portend." elected second vice president. "HalleluJah. ,Hallelujah" Mrs. Hans B. Ludwigsen of

or communities in need Draughon, plant City, readingthe remains unchanged from the Interpreter Used Bartow will present her piano

of Immediate attention, or to minutes of last month's Bar. March forecast of 96.1 million TestimonyLinks Board Of Control Leases I "Sing," urged Seeger throughan students in a recital tomorrow -
"sit down In a conclave" himself tow meeting, at which guberna. boxes. Interpreter. "You aren't at 3 p,m. at the Tuesday

; to make himself availableto tonal candidate Haydon Burns Frank D Trovillion opening your mouths wide Music Club, 421 E. Park St.

support local causes for spoke tive assistant at Florida execu.Citrus Rifle Cape Site For GENESYSTAMPA enough. I heard the Red Army Students expected to participate

statewide good by personal appearances The next Ridge League meeting Mutual, said the In the Chorus the other night and they Include Mary Ann
drop -
and to "reestablishan in Fort Meade, will featurea Valencia prospects confirmedthe To Beckwith (AP) The State Campbell said the center has a\\ their mouths wide. You Howell, Jan Hunter, Becky
attitude of cooperation be talk by Lakeland Director of do the same." Ball, Hans Meyer, Elise Howell .
Judgment of citrus' Board of Control, by a narrow
reservoir of Interested
tween local and state govern Public Works W, P Warner, on many great people This produced a laugh and Bruce Pearce Billy Ford,
ment." "Modern Refuse Disposal"Boy men. JACKSON Miss (AP) A margin and with reservations, in the training throughGENESYS from then on the audience was Karen King Judy Rider, KarI J
Prices Firm Mississippi Delta farmer testified approved today the lease of a The governmentwants with him-right through a series' en Terrell, Libby George,
r Friday the rifle believed site at Cape Kennedy for a them to have this trainIng of hal\eluahs.) Beverly Banks, Susan Had-
Victim Of Leukemia. *price is firm structure and fresh on fruit Valencia used to kill a Negro Integration school where their missile education.By scientistscan he said, and believes "The, Seeger was singing''at Tchaikovsky I dock Debbie Windham '
leader her was identical In enlarge highest and best use this land
every Hall, Moscow's most Nancy McCown, Drew Guf-
J Aids In Treatment Study a shippers slight increase are even In anticipating their FOB respect tQ one he traded a 4-3 50.vote, lease the board from thefederal accepted ever can be put to is for edu formidable concert hall Every fey, Caron Newton, Judy
Byron da la Beckwith. a year cation."
prices Trovillion said The 30 seat was filled and several hundred ) Hunter, Douglas Meyer, Judy
fresh fruit Innis T Mcintyre of Itta government on a He said the secretary of the fans were sitting in the Hunter, Linda Akes, Kathy
CHICAGO (AP)-A boy af, When the person becomes resistant advertising cam- Bena, Miss told a circuit court acre site near the entrance to Air Force certainly would not i aisles Gacel. Cathy Oster, Linda

Dieted with leukemia If playinga to any drug then the paign markets now has going been on in the. jury that lie and Beckwith, an I the John F. Kennedy Missile terminate upon a whim. Hundreds were turned away Moflelcf. Vicki Thackrey, Car-

leading role In a new attackon preserved sensitive cells can be and frozen very successful ardent segregationist from Center. It Is subject to General.review T L. Martin Jr., dean of engineering 'outside and about a dozen policemen la Ludwigsen, Lynn Duke and
the heartbreaking obstacleto injected. The bone marrow orange con Greenwood, Miss, were ",un by the State Attorney frontto Rheta lanchart.
at the of were on duty out
1 curing the blood disease centrate retail sales during who collected I The state plans to build a University and Mrs. J
might become populated again nuts, and traded order. Douglas Meyer
March were better than house Florida' said of all other sites keep
any there to
The obstacle is that cells with I $650,000 center will close the
sensitive cells, and drugs of the previous 10 months. guns frequently. Education available for the building "None Seeger, who Is on a round'the- Ludwigsen program
causing the blood cancer Invariably then might bring another periodof Beckwith, a year-old] white the Graduate Engineering could by any stretch of the ,world concert tour, reached the with a concerto.
become The quality of Valencia] or- System (GENESYS) pro-
resistant to salesman
remission or Improvement. Is on trial for the Imagination compare with this peak of his fame with "The --
drugs. The drugs usually produce This concept Is being tested anges is one of the best on second time In the ambush slaying gram. site." Weavers." I Snow forms crystals which'ilwaya
temporary recoveries, but now on a boy suffering from record and It Is believed thatIt of Medgar, Evers lasl The program will be .an extension have six rays but the
then lose their effect. Resistant leukemia by Dr David Karnof- will make one of the best June 12.Testimony. of the University of designs are always different.

cells win the battle. sky of Memorial Hospital and quality concentrate packs, ha began Thursday Florida College of Engineering Buckeye By-Pass Work -

Friday, scientists told of find Sloan Kettering Institute in New said. after an all-white jury was Other centers In the network To'j. MOVED TO

Ins a hopeful new fact. York City. Trovillion said that Mutual 'seated will be at Daytona Beach, Or. In Winter 118 W. LEMON ST.

They discovered that if they The boy already had been sees no basic change In the Dist. Atty. William Waller lando, Melbourne and Games Begin ;

mix the resistant bone marrow treated with one drug, 6 mer price structure for the Valencia used more than a dozen wit I ville.Employes Laniir Upshaw, sK2I"C \
cells with cells still sensitive to[captopurlne, with temporary orange crop The million nesses, including Mcintyre, in of the National WINTER HAVEN- Construc. county engineer, have been Instructed .

drugs, the resistant cells disappear -benefits, then had become resistant box reduction has already putting together his case Aeronautics and Space Administration -tion of the last connecting segment I. to go ahead with last-: euttemor iMurt ..Parkin..'..I. Cnlrane from AP Tii-i TijM OO

to it. Some of his bone been discounted by the indus against Beckwith. (NASA) and contractors In the Buckeye y.pass. minute.-arrangements. |

This suggests the same drugs marrow cells were removed and try. Swapped Rifles operating at the Cape will be Havendale Boulevard traffic

then could be used again and he Is receiving another drug Little Effect Seen Mcintyre testified he bought able to study graduate englneering -pattern will begin within weeks,
would deliver another World War I Enfield rifle courses through announced Wilmer McCutcheon
hopefully methoprexate. When his marrow The addition of one million a
beneficial punch against the pa. becomes resistant to that, boxes to the from a mail order house in 1959 program. I county commission chairman,
grapefruit and,
crop at the scene
tient's leukemia. Presumablythis the banked cells will be Injectedin will have no particular effecton for 129,50 Instructors of yesterday.
might be repeated many hope of making his bone mar prices since 85 cent of He said II months later, he professors at the University will utllize The remaining area to he
times, to add months or yearsto row sensitive to methoprexateagain. the crop has been harvested, swapped the barrel to Beckwithfor Florida In televisionwith finished Is Avenue T, NE, from

the patient's life, even with This could be repeated said Trovillion.G a similar one, each man closed circuit in the network First Street to Eleventh Street
present drugs, which only extremely several times. keeping his own stock. two-way voice Entirely within the Winter Ha.
0 v ern ment estimators ven city limits, this is a joint
rarely produce apparent Under cross examination he
works then the method
If this
blamed the Valencia reduce Lack Of Guarantee city-county project for through
cures. will be tried with patients before tion on a slackening of growth said there were approximatelytwo the lease, thebosrd'
In approving traffic and local needs.
The new Idea is to take some million such rifles manufactured '
they have received any of the fruit in March, with reservation was based First will come city contractfor
of the patient's bone marrow and that thousands of
cells out before any treatment drug at all. the oranges at the end of the them are privately owned. on lack of a guarantee would thi.t not the total drainage, then county I ( 'ert JNo $ ($dui.(;olfJ".,' ctL

and preserve them The evidence from mouse month virtually the same size J, R. Gilfoy, Hinds County Federal Government construction. Polk County Road ,Pi!. "' .. '1 w J..1o; .It....
that sensitive cells as they were at the end of I It
experiments terminate I Department District 3 crew, under -..
sheriff at the time of the shoot- --- -- - - ---- --- -- -----
make resistant cells disappearwas February. A slight Increase in In other actions, the board: Commissioner Les Dunson,
ReElcefGLEN reported to the American drop rate combined with a ing, testified he saw the rifle Approved the plan of Dr. will perform the work, Small size.
several hours after it was found In BIG IN SOUNDI!
Association for Cancer Research smaller harvest than expectedwith E. T York Jr., provost for' The completion of this section
been shot "very
and that It
by Drs. Aklra Hoshino, the advanced maturity agriculture at the University of may be one of the greatest factors -
A. M. Albrecht J. 'L. Biedler also Influenced a cut in the recently. I Florida, for reorganization of In relieving downtown Win 8TRANSISTORRADIO

SlfAW 'ATTORNEY and Norris Hutchison of Sloan- previous estimate parade RerunA of Jackson detectives ., the university's agriculture: pro- ter Haven east.west traffic congestion

I o:. .. .. .. c. ..., Kettering. __ The current crop estimatefor pinpointed the spot where grams into a single unit. presidents said Dunson.
all varieties Is: -Directed university
the shot was fired and the overgrown Immediate Start -
within 19 days Eyed KITI
Valencia oranges 17 million to submit _
Enjoy Your Own Swimming Pool boxes; early and mid- honeysuckle thicket any request for emergency Traffic on the Dundee Road ._
where the believed used In
season oranges 24 million gun funds from the $1,249.720 remaining -from the east will be able to go

Van can awn yaur awn completely fmhlit4 ,..1! reeds, *. t* boxes (mostly all harvested); the murder was found.So from a $25 million con west to Auburnddle, north to

swimming' Inm T.'ic.".. N. Dawn ..,,,,....t.UP' temple oranges 3,J million far, the testimony has. struction bond issue of more Lake Alfred, or any point In I
boxes (mostly all harvested): been almost a rerun of Beck.with' 'than a year ago. The board north or northwest Winter Haven
7 YEARS TO PAr first trial which ended
TO Florida Atlantic /
mil after the
seedy grapefruit 65 took action without tie-up now in
lion boxes (up !500,000); pink with a hung Jury Feb. 7, University asked $250,000 existence in the downtown sec-
In loktland Call 6 S3-]644 seedless grapefruit 7.5 million Evers, 37, was felled by a single emergency funds for extending tion

boxes (up 500,000); white shot from a high-powered Its building program. Work will begin Immediatelyand
Pools By TROPICANACentral seedless grapefruit 13 million I rifle as he stepped from a car -Heard but took no action ona finish before the fall session .
boxes; tangerines 36 outside his home ,"here He was request from the Associationfor of school, said Dunson.
returning from a civil rights Protection Richard I ii i iI
million boxes (already harvested Communitywide I Mayor Dantzler stated
Florida's Lorgest Pool Builder ), tangelos 850,000 meeting that broke up just be. from Nuclear Attack, which has that the city Is very pleased I ii

I boxes (already harvested), rare' midnight. headquarters in Gainesville, that with the necessary mutual cooperation __________ '' ::.ilii. .... .
_--_ -_ -_ -_ _- _-_- ---------I- I it appoint a committee to study C. C. Ryan, city ___________ : !: :ii f::,
$70,000 Given the feasibility of Including fallout manager, and Waldo Fielding

A HEARING AID Flames Destroy Widow In Suit buildings shelters In future university Former Senator _ I lljJJ1i l ''flu H Hji

For TerminationThe 1 ijj II
Two Ways iii ,
Wabash Avenue On Fatal I WreckBARTOW lease for the GENESYS

IS NOT ENOUGH! Residence Here Building at Cape Kennedy provides Townsend Dies

I I II A $70000 Judgment two avenues for termina

was awarded to the tion by the federal governmenteither PHILADELPHIA (AP-John
Any Sonoton user will tell you that- I A residence, located on Wabash plaintiff on a lawsuit stemming for a national emergency -'G Townsend Jr., former gov.

I in addition to hovlnj th. finest, Hearing I II Avenue outside Lakeland from an auto trailer.truck or In the event the secretary -ernor of Delaware who also Big in Value too!

Aid on th. rn ,knt you olio need I city limits. was completely de. wreck on Sept. 25, 1962. of the Air Force decidesit served two terms in the pi
fire of undetermined Trmson 8 t'lrdor radio, 8 .
PERSONAL SERVICE That m ons rpert, I stroyed by Mrs Mildred P Gleason was is in the Interest of national Senate, died Friday In 1 powerful $977
yesterday afternoon.The 1"sllort cui: Iytcn tyiker and
local servic. W", H. WiisYota'l origin awarded the $70,000 in the case defense. sity Hospital. U'S'I ttrctiv, functions, ityl ig towrie" !
fire at the residence of 'involving the death of her husband James L. King, a board member Townsend, 93 known
as th ,
'phon snd !
always LIFTS v.... "M" genuine cattier t case
M Sonotan didn'tbelieve
15 i Claud Kouch was discovered In the 1962 accident on from Miami, said he "Grand Old Man of
YOU UP, never LETS YOU DOWN. So"...". Florida legally OPEN AN ACCOUNT
by an air patrol of the State Road 33, four miles south the board could Republicans," was hospitalized TODAYI I
Mu'HSONOTONE Forest Service, which did not of Groveland. spend $650.000 for a building March 9, suffering from pneumonia -
get a unit to the scene in time Named as defendant In the no matter how much It is needed .

of LAKELAND 'Ito save the house or Its con- suit was James T. O'Neal driver If the landlord could at his .
I i tents.No. of the truck and the Commercial discretion take It over without Coat of the schipperke breedof -

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I LAKELAND LEDGER, Saturday. April II, 1164
Vote For WallaceIn


Significant Protest

By ARTHUR KROCKJfrfa I.t t cannot be explained away

: Searches-The Hard WayIn I U ril times either, crossover by the Wisconsin. Doubtless primary -

WASHINGTON The only there were Republicans who
1 accurate poll Is an election voted for Wallace In the Demo-

many criminal trials, we have fore conducting the searches that led and the voting In Wisconsinwas cratic primary to embarrassthe '
election in the opening
an Opposition. But this is a
seen a defendant go free because evidence to seizure of the evidence. In one instance phase. Since the candidacy of tactic which is employed mostly .

against him had been seized illegally the search was of a hotel room; Gov. Wallaceof I by the professionals In both

by police officers. There is In the other, of an automobile.In Alabama In. parties: rugged Individualismis

one such case now before the Florida both cases police had ample opportunity the Democratic the trait of the Democrat
primary provided and
Court from Lake obtain search warrants. of Republican
Supreme neighboring to jee r the only ; voters In Wisconsin
: County a badly snarled situationdue The application to the courts for war 1 r outlet for a protest And if Wallace, who swore

to reluctance of courts to uphold rants would not have interfered with A' against the : he would have to be removed

sloppy police work. efforts to solve the crimes. 1Y' pending federal i physically from the anti-inte
equal rights
What is astonishing is that police The Supreme Court emphasized in -l '-: 1l bill and the! gration the University barricade doors he mountedat In Ala.
officers often critical of its decision that have used!
are harshly police every pressures barns, and then moved asideat
the courts. Some of them seem to regard right to search without warrants at 51 by some of Its"-- the show of a federal court

Judges as their natural enemies, the time of arrest. Such searches are r , supporters, his KROCK writ, could attract the protest
and feel that because be ableto r.. capture of nearly vote he did, how much greater -
to the courts are out to permitted police must 30 per cent of the party vote
it conceivably could have
hamper their capture and Jailing of seize weapons that might be used to //,4' demonstrates that this protestIs been for a respected symbol of

criminals. Even more frightening is. resist arrest and must be able to ob ( considerable and is continental the protest such as Sets Russell

the seeming agreement of the publicat tain evidence that might otherwise be Southern rather in than merely of Georgia or Sen. Byrdof

large with the policemen. There destroyed.BUT scope. Virginia? The hypothesis Is
The additional fact that Wal.lace
sounder than advanced
seems to be a general feeling that the any by
is, as Sen. Jordan of the all-out advocates of the
courts are setting free (or granting new THE SEARCH of a hotel roomor North Carolina remarked a equal rights bill in their effortto

trials) to guilty people because of a car when the suspect is not pres. "bad image" of this protest, disparage the support for

their fondness for "legal technicali ent is something else again. The I ,. because of the demogogic Wallace
character of his resistance to
ties. Let's look at this argumentmore Fourth Amendment declares: .e .. final federal court orders ONE OF THE guarantees of

closely. "The right of the people to be secure ,' \ makes the vote he acquired In the First Amendment is "the

in their persons, houses, papers, J. . ':" .. Wisconsin significant as a fact right of the people to petition
IT WAS IN 1961 that the U.S. Supreme and effects, against unreasonable tIJ .... tor for national politicians to the government for a redress
with. This
: reckon significance
Court ruled that illegally seized searches and seizures, shall: not be violated cannot be dissipated as the of grievances." There
w 0 sections in the
evidence could be introduced in and warrants shall issue but 4 are pendingfederallegislationnotably
not no U ,, : bill's ardent advocates were the

state court. upon probable cause, supported by > '. '.. busily doing today, by citing public accommodations and
search seizure decisions and ,, that more than 75 per cent of
Two recent and oath or affirmation particularly "equal employment opportun
the total vote in both primarieswere
by the Supreme Court are like describing the place to be searched, cast for candidates who ity" provisions-which create

ly to add to police dissatisfaction. In and the persons or things to be seized" endorse the measure In its entirety new "grievances" by infring
I ing long-established rights of
one case, a man clearly identified as The sanctity of anyone's room or -Gov. Reynolds, Democrat and individual freedom

the hold-up man in a supermarket robbery automobile could be subjected to vio of the l and Rep Byrnes Republican property of association In the
I Voice A of
protesting minority
was ordered set free because evidence lation if police could search at will [ PeopleThis J JThit 25 per cent could swing the remedies they propose for the
long-practiced infringement of
linking him to the robbery was without a court-ordered warrant. national election against the
the rights of another of
improperly seized. In another case, a It is regrettable that the court's I party It believes is the more group I
'Is the people. In the Wisconsin ''If
: conviction for conspiracy to rob a rulings in these cases result in setting The Ledger's Opinion Page likely to Impose extreme federal primaries, the only available .'

bank was set aside although police aside convictions of persons clearly measures. to compel con instrument of petition was

had obtained a confession from one guilty of the offenses charged. But it editorial pogo alf*... tfco 11_',.,,,'. own pinion on ...otl.... of currant Interest I I. the formity.The Wallace\ since both Reynoldsand
stand for the .'
of the conspirators. also is regrettable that police did not .ditoriol' column. U wolcomoi tho opinion .f ,........ In fhe Voice of tho People Column. L....,. mint significance of the protest Byrnes of the legislation without passage

avoid this by simply obeying the Con .. ngn.4 and boor tho writer t .......u. but ......, will bo withhold upon .qullt. A lotlor should not vote-in the state which restrictive amendment.But t

IN NEITIIIR CASE did police stitution and applying for a search aced 250 wads, sad parry connot bo II..... The Ltdgor '11.,." tho right to rooct .n, Utter rkartell supplied Brigade Grant and the with Republican the Iron in weighing the significance '

bother to obtain search warrants be warrant It. Opinioni of columnnti ond other contributor ."., oUowhoro oil this pigs party with the Progressive of his vote, it should not

movement-for a Deep South be overlooked that hit was
also the only voice raised bya
100 cent racial segregation-
per-------- primary candidate againstthe
I Pick College Site For Student Needs excesses of the pressures

The used by Negro leaders and
Logical ApproachThree EDITOR Here is a copy of It takes a lot of people are the ones you must call Wants A RightTo their followers to get the equal

a letter sent by me to Mrs working together to accomplish on"when In need of help. rights bill legislated In the

Dora Cox Phillips, of Lake- great things, however, When the permanent site Is ChooseEDITOR form passed by the House, if
months ago today, on Janu- of Physicians report In 1962 blaming land, a school board member: in my opinion our own School finally chosen, surely all educators even stronger compulsionscannot

I ary 11, the surgeon general's committee cigarette smoking for 80 per cent of Dear Mrs. Phillips: to Board best members figure out should our be local able County and will Join parents you of In com Polk : We must remember pressures be,written intensified Into It.by These the

.r branded cigarette smoking a definite the lung cancer deaths.A As a parent Interested In level needs and where they plete support to make it the when thinking on the mat internal contest among
sharp drop of 12 per cent was the educational value of the exist and if you need other finest addition In education for ter of civil rights to think, the Negro power leaders, have Included -
hazard. This action
the immediate reaction, but Britain's Junior College in Polk Countyand help, why not ask your own? the children of our county. not only of ourselves but of :
prompted some Americans to give up, of is Its location to serve the They are most concerned and MRS ARLEY J. BROCK the rights of others. This is
consumption cigarettes now 5
needs of the heaviest student still a free America. We
or cut down on, smoking. Others per cent higher than it was prior to population, I urge that you should have our right to live, MILITANT VIOLATIONS of

changed over from cigarettes to pipes issuance of the report. not let this become a time Know The Candidatesstructure to work and play with whomwe constitutional.local laws still Illegal affirmed obstruction as

or cigars. Cigarette sales in February The report of the US. surgeon of a.personal or political decision please.A of offices where govern. 1
Consideration of
dropped about 12 per cent in Florida. general dealt only with the medical service and convenience student, both FDITOR: On Saturday night, certainly was not business concern should ment is conducted. Mob demo
April 4, an area telecast featured built 0 the have a right to deal with thoseit
This writer n concept that onstrations to school
a two pack-a-day prevent
implications of smoking. Another report now and In the future, shouldbe
a political candidate for wealth could obtain all. Our desires to deal with, a land and other authorities from enforcing
smoker, was among those who success. is being prepared to recommend the uppermost thought Inconsideration
governorship of Florida. In forefathers were poor, hard lord should have a right to their legal decrees Impudent -
fully (knock on wood) abandoned cig action based on the committee's find along with as for little the outlay location of this address he shbwed to the working dedicated men who rent or sell to whom he threats of "direct action -

arettes. But reports from Florida and ings. There are all sorts of suggestions additional tax for that viewing audience a newspaper made and improved laws, chooses and an employer ," Implying violence, if the
elsewhere indicate that this experiencewas : labeling each package, strict site as is necessary.money article which stated, in bold serving diligently without personal should have the right to hire U.S. Senate by a specifieddate
print, that the next governorof wealth or gain of recog the ones to his liking. does the
not typical. March sales bounced advertising restrictions, and the like. When building any public this great state will be determined nition and prestige. Twd wrongs never make a equal rights bill not as approve introduced.
back to within few facility you would build It 102 Withinour
up a percentage by men More candidates are seeking right. Freedom is precious
would do
The leaders
points of "normal," and a tobacco distributor IT MAKES: SENSE that the report where needs of it the would most serve people the the similar own area-Polk statement Countya is circu-- offices during this election period We must preserve our rightsto well to Negro ponder the Wallace

in Lakeland told us a few take into the lessons learned than ever In our history. maintain this freedom.
account Wisconsin
most conveniently. Certainlyyou lating to the effect that one of As vote In as a warning
days ago that April may close the gap here and in the United Kingdom. In would not choose a location the candidates seeking the office meet registered these candidates voters we know must If this haggle over so-called against the continuation of
altogether in his region. Additionally other words, no major segment of simply because geo- of Polk County state senator their qualifications and campaign eventually civil rights divide persists and, it destroyour could these tactics that they cannot
graphically it best wisely disregard as an Isolated
was centered will be elected because of
the Associated Press reported that two smokers is likely to "shake" the habit 1 sincerely urge you hit wealth. platforms to we can be great nation. This prob- local symptom, limited to

big tobacco companies hid March and smoking, like sin, is apt to be to take more time if necessary This is our city, our county sure when we go to the polls, lem will work itself out in a few communities where citizens
May will
we have done
sales greater than those of March, around a while longer. and not let pressure stampedeany and our state and the way in very best in selecting the our time, if we have patience and of Polish extraction are
1963. of you into any hasty or which these are served is left men moderation. Trying to force numerous. And, regardless of
in the who
The major effort ought to be will represent and serveus by legislation will only leadto
unwise decision-it is never up to us the conscientiousvoters what they are saying today,
way of education among nonsmoking late pressure from special an everlasting struggle of
too to change your mindor and not determinedby interest professional politicians in both
AN ALMOST IDENTICAL sales teenagers, for example and toward to reconsider a situationof this small group of financiers groups. heartache and hate. parties are figuring the voting

pattern developed In England following research to find out what is this magnitude Our entire governmentalwick MRS. DEAN C. FOX HERB RICHARDS percentages.

the issuance of the Royal College harmful in cigarettes and eliminate It,

r The Rivers Of America Are Sick I

I A Slick BunchA By RALPH McGILL Bay which is a wideningof the surface, dead or dying. the fishermen, whose livelihood munities is taken from the
Publisher of the the Atchafalaya River, The Some come to the surface and is gone or going. rivers So, presumably, Is the
Atlanta ConstitutionWest city Itself is almost literally swim crazily in circles before Scientists say that pesticides poison contained In contaminated -
brand-new underwater observa are able to 'guess the number of ba. of New Orleans US. surrounded by a vast networkof they die used in killing insects that oysters, shrimp and fish.

tory is building at Homosassa nanas to be used, the Management 90 crosses over the Huey P. rivers, lakes and bayous. damage sugar cane, cotton, How much of It must be storedto
Springs, and the developers tell abouta offers a free weekend for and Long Bridge The travelersoon Swampy savannahs fields of A CONSERVATIVE estimateis corn and other crops are being prove fatal to human beings
you finds himself In a countryof sugar cane and forests of that some five million fish washed into the rivers and or to make them ill.?
novel plan for its installation. The the family at the Springs. (The bananas moss.hung trees swamps cypress, water oak and tupelolie have died this winter. Nor Is into the bayous The fish, The problem grows.

news release says: "In place of oil or ,. In case you were wondering, and lowlands between bayous The city this all. The trappers are find. shrimps, crabs, oysters, ducks There was an outcry of criticism
heavy grease, Norris Pevelopment Co. are to be supplied by the Banana Trading on which scrub Is a center of commercial fish- Ing dead muskrats and other and other birds and animals : against Rachel Carson's
oaks nourish. Ing and trapping, and of oyster fur-bearing animals, turtles, store the poison in their fat. book, "Silent Spring," which
to bananas the skid of
proposes use on Company Tampa.) Bayous appear and shrimp packing Across geese, cranes and small birds, In cold weather, when the fat discussed the effects of pesticides -
rails to move the observatory a distance Those who do not detect a schem- and disappearwith I the bay from Morgan City Is and ducks, too, float dead In is released for metabolic sustenance unwisely used and the
of 80 feet down 10-inch rails. ing public relations chap in the Ho the wind- Berwick, which also has its the water or rot on land the blood stream is grisly potential of careless
fishing fleet and seafood packers Crabs shrimp and oysters are poisoned and death follows. indiscriminate: employment of
Silly? Not so! The bananas will offera mosassa woodpile are in dire need of Ing highway. .
Small towns ,let West of Berwick U.S. 90 dying. Fear grows that it is them,
very slippery surface . and will bifocals. We don't know about bananas and sugar factories follows along Bayou Teche. not safe to eat the fish or WHAT ABOUT human beIngs News from Atchafalayabasin
not contaminate the waters but THOSE fellows are slick fishing Between the bayou and the shellfish that come from the ? affirms much of what

Now hold on for the pitch. If you ones, indeed. camps and gulf lies the vast and mysterious waters. Scientists are worried. The she said, and raises a question -
lonely houses d ?a o labyrinth of the Atcha "The rivers are sick," say drinking water for many corn- that needs answering.
set back the falaya Basin. Only the fishermen ,
h trees nin the McGILL and guides venture into it.

edge of a bayou or on the arm There are small Islands where
I LAKELAND LEDGERi of one, are a part of the seen.
Most of the towns have Potomac Fever

l French names. Some of them, .-
i ......,., PAT COWIta ill like Des Allemands, remindone
Polk County hNne rr .nu I: fl1V JONN! NANN NAMM eON'a,= that the bayou country Dy FLETCHER KNEBEL
--.. . III =,auras.tMMITT"" .rIT.N''''L'\\:: received many nationalities in a lone family will live fish Alabama's Gov. George Wallace is under full sail in northern primaries.
World's Citrus Center .. ,- ..,..' NAI...t,.,rte., .Dr., ...'CM.... NO CHUUS NIAN_ addition to the Acadians. The ermen all. There are trees In the South, they're calling him the Yankee Clipper.
.' NYCAu ''''.'' M.......' N.NNY latter were more numerous grasses, lilies and channels
UILIYrN"NNn' MYfiitilrTThe and had the better publicity known only to those'born and *

\ agent in the poet Longfellow reared there. By turning off the lights in Washington government policy has shifted

LEDGER'S telephones: All Departments-636-1151 whose "Evangeline" was Out of this region comes one ISO degrees' Out is now in.
j based on a mixture of legend of the more frightening stories *
and truth. But Germans, Russian of man's effort to control
: SUBSCRIPTION RATES Jews, Portuguese and nature. Beginning in the autumn Talk of a Republican ticket of Goldwater-Lodge sounds like some kind
HOME DtLIVIKYi many other peoples found their and winter of 1960 the of mountain resort. In fact, some Republicans believe it's the last resort.
way Into the network of bayous fish began to die. They daily *
i Ono ,.., ,. . ." to. $2140 Ono month It It It.. $ l.tS channels and islands. npated dead by the thousandson

SI* month . .. . .. $11.70 W..k . . . . .. . $ ..4SThis. After Bayou Boeuf comes the waters of the bayous The Justice Department indicts eight steel companies. There'll be a slight
Morgan City, named for the and the rivers The colder the intermission in the LBJ-Busmess honeymoon while they both go oft and
ixoKtki $ S.IS Ono '..', h noil . . $26.00 have
man Who drove a railroad weather the more they died. a good cry over Bob'Kennedy.
line there In 1850 from which Some of the larger ones, cat *

Published afternoons and on Saturday and Sunday morning by, goods and passengers were fish weighing 40 to 50 pounds, Barbara Hutton marries for the seventh time. When automation's In
transferred steamboats and now and then were seen to
vogue\ Miss Hutton believes a woman automate ,frequently.
Lakeland Newspaper Corp., Lakeland, Florida 33802 sailing vessels for transportto leap from the water, gaspingand
Gulf and Texas ports. shaking their heads as if *. *

L trying to break from a hook, Alabama's Gov. Wallace gets a big presidential vote In Wisconsin. We
MORGAN CITY lies on Ber- and then fall back to float on have had sit-ins swim-ins and lie-ins but he's Dixie's first serious almost In


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:' 1 _LAKELAND LEDGER. Saturday. April 11. 1M4 _!


j \01' Always A WayDEAR

LAKE WIRE p.m. service. Colored slidesof

CHURCH OF GOD missionary work In Chile POLLY When I from the young lady whose I

The Rev C. E, Taylor, pas and South America will be need a long envelope and du mother was preparing her for II KNOWN

I : tor for 17 years In Jackson shown not have one. I take two regu- homemaking by teaching her I ,vAtuEs
...f\f lar-sized envelopes, cut off the many responsibilities and
Tenn., will conduct revival one end of each. how to them
< Slip one carry out. My
}! I services at Lake Wire Churchof ST. JOSEPH'S CATHOLIC envelope over the other, put mother aught me the fine SOUTHGATEONLY

'.: iJ > ... God starting tomorrow and your letter or whatever Inside, points of homemaking and
.. lasting for one week. Services St. Joseph's. Altar Societywill
( .." fold both flaps down and seal child cars Each day Is a new
\\: \ will be held nightly at 7:43 meet Tuesday at 1 pm This holds the ends together challenge and my husband

.,,' ,it. o'clock except on Saturday Instead of the usual hour of I am mailing this hint in such says mother could not have
,..:.. ..., at Services 7 .on Sunday will be 130.: Holy Family circle will an envelope to you can see given us a more valuable gift
.' ., \ p.m.CRYSTAL what I meanKARENGIRLS I think girl should
'"i'' '' hostess the event held In the every consider SAT. & SUN.Fertilizer .
It docs work that training Just as
;: zi'it LAKE BAPTISTA church parish ball The schedule Karen's letter certainly arrived .- Important as her formal edu-I

I' for the coming year and safely but I am sucha cation. After all, five years of

revival will start tomor the recent Diocesan Deanery trouble-borrower that 1 college didn't prepare me to

row at Crystal Lake Baptist meeting at Outrigger Inn in would put some transparent feed a hungry family on a

Church, ending April 19. The St. will be dis- tape across the front silt tight budget or to launder diapers 6-5-5
Rev. John A. Hogan, pastorof Petersburg (where one end comes over -MRS. J. R. J.MOTHERSTake. ,
Hopewell Baptist Churchin cussed. Members will be reminded the other) and the name and serious

,;'/'>. Tuscaloosa Ala, will speak that Sunday, April 19, address will show through It. note of what Mrs. J. R. J, State Brand 99
..rA'Wi " nightly at 7:30: o'clock. A REV. C. TAYLOR is Corporate Communion for POLLY had to say. You can make I 50* Bog

/, nursery will be provided. members at S a.m. MassUNITAR1ANUMVERSAUST. that future son-In-law love ,
1fI. I"A:, I v ., Grady Judd, church music director DEAR POLLY-As I watch. you without even working at I',

+ ,#."H' '"It. ....-..''.. t . .. will lead the singing ed an uncle, who has traveledthe U.-POLLY Confederate
: world with the
I. ,t.' army and
,,, ,i 1"1t' ,ttvra the Red Cross, unpack, I was DEAR POLLY I have Jasmine
Y'f";' '. "'., ASSEMBLY OF GOD Mrs. Frank Winston economics surprised to see him removea found a sure way of gettingmy

,:'\* ( : ,I!! .<\'" The Rev. Bob Gatlin, youth teacher at Florida square of paper toweling son up for school In good : 149
..B'ot W" : j,: ,., director of Peninsular Florida Southern College, will speak from his toilet kit. He asked humor. 1 call him about 10 Whit Bloom

.:1.... . "A Assembly of God District tomorrow at Lake Region for a fresh piece from the minutes before time for him Gal. Can

''-;''';. '' ..!i "'j:) consisting of 185 churches, Unitarian-Unlversalist at 10 kitchen and said, "1 will placeIt to get up. Then I set a minute .

l -, .. . 'j ', .. will speak tomorrow at the t a.m. Sunday School classesare In the bottom of my kit meter timer for 10 min.utes i
held at the same hour as when I leave here and it will
11 a.m. and 7:30: pm. services I and when the timer goes Podocarpus
EYES ON YOUR THIGHS-Bathmg suits and shorts the church services. absorb the moisture from
mean at West Memorial Boulevard off, he hops out of bed Whenhe
exposed legsl! Before donning summer apparel you'll wantto Assembly of God. He freshly used soap, toothpaste, has a friend over to spend 129

give the following exercise, which will help your thighs, a will show films on activitiesat ST. DAVID'S EPISCOPAL razor and so on." What he the night I set the timer and I 2 to 3 feet

close look. Stand with the left side toward the wall, placingthe the youth at Camp Alafia, says always checks out.- tell them they can goof off Gal. Can

left hand on the wall for balance. Raise your right arm southwest of Brewster, at 8:30: St. David's Episcopal Church GEORGE (talk laugh etc.) until the

close to your ear then lower it as you raise your right leg pm. Vestry meeting will be held timer rings and then they

sideways. Touch your hand to your leg and then as you lower Monday at 7:30: p,m. In the DEAR POLLY The noise must quiet down. It really Came lias
conference room. St. Helena'sand that chairs with wooden legs works and without any nag
raise to
your leg, your arm upward position again. Repeatthis
FIRST BAPTIST St. Cecelia's chapters will make as they grate on hard ging or scolding.-Mrs. J. A Rhuba
then reverse yourself and continue using your left arm have a Joint meeting Wednes wood floors always annoyedme

and leg. Revival services will close day at 8 p.m. in the confer but I did not want to put Share your favorite home- 949

tomorrow at First Baptist ence room with Mrs William casters or tips on them I also making Ideas . send themto 24 to 30 Inches

WIuJ9JwllJ Old? Church, and youth week will REV JOHN HOGAN Culbreth l presiding. Mrs. hated the marks they made on Polly In care of The Led Gal. Con

begin. Ronnie Collier, youth Philip Johnson will serve as the floor. This problem was ger. You'll receive a bright,

pastor, will receive symbolic hostess. The group will con solved by upending the chairs new silver dollar If Polly
Hairline key at the evening service. A the book and applying several coats of
Unattractive tinue Its study on uses your Idea In Polly's Arborvitae
Youth Week fellowship plan
"Christian Living floor wax to the bottom surface Pointers.
ned by the young people for of each chair This
May Be Improved Upon the intermediates is as fol helps to keep the porous wood 24 Inches 100

+,. lows: ALL SAIN1S' EPISCOPAL from picking up bits of dirt j Add New DimensionYou Gal Can

[ JOSEPHINE LOWMAN which grows much further Young People and Intermediates In I!. of that are tracked in and the I
I will participate St Monica's chapter chairs slide smoothly across can add a new dimension
down on one side of the forehead Brotherhood and Deacons Churchwomen of I
Episcopal the floor E,M. In home grace spaciousness
ny women do not know than the other, so that meetings Monday night and All Saints' Episcopal Church Shore
GIRLS found from experimenting with alumInum

J.IBY electrolysis can be used they naturally have a lopsided In the church conference and 1 will have a devotional and and design
paste wax
an unattractive hair. appearance. Of course prayer meeting Wednesday meeting In the church lounge works bst.-POLLY sliding glass doors. Juniper
with electrolysis the hairlinecan A "LostSundays Mrs. Lee 'be used In the livIng
Most of them think of night. youth play. Monday at 10 a.m Doors can
be made even. ," written by Mrs. the devo 139I
will bedrooms
I as a permanent method 'W' Overbay give DEAR POLLY-As a change room, dining room,
Sometimes the hair '
grows directed R.
Charles Dow and by Clifton
..to get rid 01 far down at the temples and tion. from candles on a child'ibirthday family room most Golden Tip
Ray Fannln Jr., will be presented White will talk on the studyof
onto i
clock faceon that a
wanted hair these stringy hairs detract and cake put a any room opens
Tuesday at m., movement.
,', 0" the arms from a woman's p liturgical the caka with icing. Have porch patio deck or terrace.
following the Wednesday and I will be Mrs ThomasS.
.Dd. legs and Hostesses the hands pointed to thechild's Aluminum sliding glass doors
too can be permanently I GardeniaCrafted
I night services. On Mrs. Claire Henley -
Sunday Hatcher.
laee. This Is nice offer all the advantages of
It II the corrected The in which age. a
way April 19, young people will .1 and Mrs Marshall God-
I method variation and the children Indoor-outdoor living In any
only hair frames face ,
your your assume the position In Sun dard '
which removes can make an unbelievable difference day school and Training Union .. really like It-MRS R. C. climate. i In BI"M77

hair I perma. in the way you look. and participate in the Gal.
nently Study Yourself worship services CHRIST LUTHERAN DEAR POLLY-l too, would I
Sometime! I Sometimes I have noticed REV. BOB GATLJN like to comment on_the letter First
the way a friends and members of my Tomorrow at the 10:30 a.m. Church Shrimp Plant
woman'l hair look at service at Christ Lutheran HairdoHere
family prettier night LAKESIDE BAPTIST Spring 1110 Cleveland Hits Blvd.
[grows about tMss LOWMAN when their hair Is not ar Church eight adults will be
( her forehead ranged In the usual manner Dr Elton Smith will speak baptized and confirmed anda how to make a shy .c.da. ahvel w....... Colorful, Full 119
f and temples is a real handicap than they do In the daytime. at the 10:<15 a.m. and 7:30: Eastern Orthodox( Church due number of children will be hairdo showy hair for spring I ......m. seae..m.r.e Gal Can
to the weather and the Brush your thoroughly.
For Instance, she may This certainly indicates that p.m. services tomorrow at warm baptized. av.m.e C.vvSme .
have an adequate foreheadand the coiffure they are wearingis Lakeside Baptist Church, opening of a new mission In Back-comb spraying each, strand lightly by strand teased .wms ..",100 w.... T eO em. .

a well-shaped face, but not the best for them. meeting at Lime Street School all north Tampa. Mass will be A series of lectures and tress. When you have a field Red & Yellow

her hair may grow. far down It's a good idea to observe A nursery is provided for celebrated at 19:15 a m. The discussions on the fundamen of fronds, brush your hair up I

ion her forehead. yourself You may be wear servlcel.CARTER'S. Rev. Father Michael Hurley tat truths of Christian/ doc up, up-quickly and lightly. Alts.
Her hairline can be lifted ing hair too full at the I UNITY
your has been assigned to the new trine will be conducted by the Continue until all hair, sides
electrolysis. When lifting sides or you may not have BAPTIST church Thursdays at 7.30p : and back, meet at the top. CHRIST CHURCH J 9Joseph's r
mission. He will celebrate
I t I.JoW hairline the operator enough height on top. .m. at the VFW Hall. Those Mold a smooth, tall turban by Church at till "D.ib M/.rd. Qt. Can
i on both sides each time If you would like to have Annual homecoming services Mass at the Tampa missionat attending the lectures con- brushing hair round and EDNA K. CARTWRIGHT

fso'that there Is never any my leaflet "Framing Your will be held tomorrow at noon ducted by the Rev. W, J. round. Gutil S,telier.

I lack of symmetry. Sometimes Face Attractively" send a Carter's Baptist Church. The Father Hurley has an Synatschk, pastor, will be If needed hold In place with I Devotional It AM Coat
?' even husbands do not stamped, self-addressed envel Rev. Grayson Lanter will nounced the resignation of eligible for membership. gold or decorated bobby pins.I Sunday
realize what is happening. ope with your request for leaf speak at the morning service, Thomas G. Chlsholm as cantor Let the ends curl on top. I Subject/ The Symbology of
Th. Fall of Man
They just know that their wife let number 51 to Josephine followed by luncheon. All The position Is now opento It's a brand new high-riae :
UNITY CHRIST All Colors 19
I Tc..d y Mux Clue'
D.ls getting better looking. Lowman in care of The former members and friendsare qualified persons seekingthe coiffure you can do yourselfin ,
421 E Park Succe
at Qt CanWax
v 1\\ Some women have hair ledger.I. invited to attend position Two Unity ministers will minutes Spray the finished I
exchange pulpits tomorrow. 'do to hold It high and Sunday School Meetsat
With four weeks left to
Edna K Cartwrlght ministerof handsome in the spring 214 S Iowa
Westminster Church To Host make the Easter duty confessions BegoniaWhite
FIRST MISSIONARY BAPTISTOf will be held Friday the Unity Church of Chris- breezes i

AuburndaleAUBURNDALEFirst and before Mass tianlty In Fort Myers, will and Red
nights on
Vacation Schools InstituteWestminster Missionary Sundays. speak at at Unity the devotional Christ Church.I service I r I YOU AM CORDIALLY INVITED TO ATTEND

Baptist Church will minister of 39'
Onita A. Meyer
United Presbyterian workers from Lakeland Win begin a series of revival services CHURCH OF GOODSHEPHERD the Lakeland church, will Christian Science ServicesFIRST
ter Haven, Auburndale and I tomorrow, continuing
Church 730 S. Florida speak in Fort Myers The
registered through April
Ave., will be host church local church meets at
of Lake Wales
to attend. A nursery will be Goodwin of Little Rock, Ark. Club. 220 West Beacon RoodSu..lI.y
for West Presbytery area provided for preschool children will speak He Is president of Tuesday Music
LAKE WALES The Rt. Service 11 A.M. Sunday School II A.M.
churches Vacation the American Baptist Association Rev. Henry I. Louttit, D.D.,
School Institute Tuesday from Sandwich Lunch and pastor of Unity Bap Bishop of the Episcopal Diocese WINTER HAVEN Wedneidar. Teiflm.nlel Meeting B P.M.

10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Mrs tilt Church In Little Rock. He of South Florida, will DRIVE-IN CIIURCII Nursery Available. for Sunday Sinless & Purple

Thomas E. Blount Is in sandwich Registrants lunch.are to Beverageand bring a also Is professor of evangelism visit the Church of the Good HAVEN Speakers I Rtadma; Room-131 S. florid. Ave.Caen .
at Missionary BaptistSeminary Shepherd tomorrow at 7:30: WINTER
charge of local church ar dessert will be providedby of Little Rock at the Winter Haven Drive- re Publie'; 10 AM. to 4 P.M. Me, thru Sal.Ws 19Coleus

rangements.The the Women's Associationof Services will be held nightlyat p.m.He In Church have been announced Qt. Cant
Westminster Mrs. R, E. will confirm a class prelented the Rev
purpose of the institute 7,43: o'clockNORTH as follows: I
is hostess commit. by the rector Canon of Bartow
is to train and assist directors Richard I I. Brown and others Ben Rider, pastor
chairman. will speak \
tee Methodist
teachers and work. from nearby churches and First Ormond WUtl'/
Those Interested in attend FLORIDA HEIGHTS tomorrow; the Rev.
in the planning of the will (/reach. The combined Park 19'
ers ing are asked to contact Mrs BAPTIST Wolfren pastor of Inman
lesson materials for use this Blount choirs will sing He WatchingOver Baptist, April 1 19; and the DISTRESS Qt Can
The new pastor of North Israel" by Mendelssohnas
church Another institute be Lloyd Knox, missionaryto
summer In vacation will anthem. Rev.
Florida Heights Baptist I an
schools held in Bradenton Saturday, Church, the Rev, Jack E His residence Is in Winter Cuba and Argentina, April MERCHANDISE Double Ruffled
April 18, from 10 a,m. to 2:30 26.
Teachers Sutherland will be evangelistat Park where the Diocesean for the Hybrid Ever Blooming
at Westminster Church, Presiding layman
p m. the revival starting at the offices are located .
Serving as the staff of 3011 19th Ave. W., there, church tomorrow, and ending month Is Ralph In Barber.the servicesare Other.partlclp.tlnl 11!' 1 //1 Petunias
with Mrs. Nolan Bolton in
teachers will be: Mrs. Rog. April 28. Services will be held Edward
Auburndale kindergarten charge. nightly at 7:30 o'clock with GROVE PARK CHRISTIAN Harry Noyes. i
er of Fraser C. A, Anderson. Roy I an able to offer you Tremendous Values on QualityMerchandlM 39
exception Saturday
; Mrs. David Ad. Following the morning and Ted Freiwald.
nights. Song leader will be servo Dietzel due to our SPECIAL PURCHASES during bank.
ama Winter Haven, primary: All Saints' ice tomorrow at Grove Park
Robert Carter Winter Bill Dias Mrs. Claire Smith ruptcy, liquidation, auction, business failure, manufacture
Mrs ,
Christian Church the youth of David'sEpiscopal
will present a message In art closeout and various other sal...
Haven junior department; DelegatesAnnounced the church will change to Church Silk
on Wednesday and Friday
and Mrs. Robert Farrow Biblical nights. Dinner will be served their picnic clothes and go to 145 Ed.wool D,. Corns brows around . you'll probably find |lust the
New York City April 26 Sand Mountain. The Invitation Item you need at TREMENDOUS SAVINGS Oak Tree
background is not limited to youth Welcomes You

Mrs. Johnson is Institute only, a spokesman said A Servlcti '
from All Saints'Episcopal
chairman. Leader and Delegates Church attendingthe FIRST CHRISTIAN basket luncheon will be served Church,JO AM, 10:45: A.M. PAII1T' con39

Episcopal Diocese of (Disciples of Christ) on arrival. The youth Church School 9:4S ..m.Iveniong Quart

Let Music Lighten South Florida's 42nd annual meeting will be conducted before < p.m,
"The Gift," film on the life leaving Sand Mountain. Tin ..r. r-,,.r WilliM Frtm.ru.LUTHERAN .
Spring Cleaning Job convention at Daytona Beach, of Christ presented In a new lIoclOt INTERIOR & EXTERIOR Allysum
April 21.23, will be John L.
and different way, will be
According to many psychologists Snook, Harvey B. Hardy and shown at First Christian LAKELAND CIIRISIIANE.
and medical authorities Walter Buehler COLORS
Church tomorrow Those at.
music makes you happier, Attending as delegates to tending are to bring a sack S Worley of Winter MISSOURI SYNOD $179 Qt Cans
livelier and more content the women's meeting will be 7 Haven will speak tomorrow at Many fo J /.cf d
at :
and a short nap with musicIn Mrs. Dorothy D. Statham, supper p.m. 10:45 a.m. at Lakeland Chris Christ Lutheran Church from . .

the background is more re president of the Episcopal tian Church. The minister Temporarily mtttmj In N. Gal BoxwoodBeauty

laxing than a tranquilizer Churchwomen; Mrs. WilliamS EASTERN ORTHODOX Robert E Allen is in Mar Lakeland. lemenrary School ALSO

Therefore, a httle music can Whitlock and Mrs. C E tmsville, Ind., conducting a W, .....011 St. Aluminum Paint
cleaning Phillips. The following schedule series of evangelistic services.
lighten your spring
9:15 Sunday Interior/
About 2.000 Episcopalians changes will go Into effect A missions emphasis night I sun. .r.fxftrioi j Everblooming

load.Do not let the hum of your from central and south Florida tomorrow at Holy Trinity will be observed at the _7.30 : 10:30 a.m. Dlvlni, Warship GleamingWhite $199 J49
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vacuum cleaner and the whirr are expected to attend. i I "

of your floor polisher get you The Rt. Rev. Henry I. Lout- The M el Your Starch for a Friendly Church St. Paul Lutheran Church Gal. Can
down. Take music breaks. tit bishop of the Diocese of 3020 S. Florida Are
Turn off the appliances and South Florida, will preside ,' suessy IU.Ylcr: Hurry! Act Now! Quantitiesand
':30 i 11:00 a.m.
f o.m.
turn on the records. Lie downon at the convention. The, main II ,1 learns sauna,aehooi WolIIll . uoo:IS am.aN. DIvlM Worship! Selections Are Limited W. T. Grants

the couch, close your eyes object of business will be the > Teals "lIowlIIll a II pm.Roane. .
and let some restful and relax- promotion of a capital fund I r W"I WOIIIII t0 .... 9:45 a.m. Sunday School

ing music soothe you. A rec- campaign to raise three mil ..1"1IJ17 11'nude''''. Pr.". alb!. 700 ... Sponsors of: Dept. of Hardy Supply Co. SOUTHGATE
be lion dollars for work on college "
ord break also combined
can t'
with a coffee break fur campuses work with the .. ssieity ........, Causes "This Is the Life"

those vital periods of personal aging and church extension, a 'y....".;:tr;: .... ComldU lit"A.r. IuJa'el 0..r"'f'j Hili s,6 The Lutheran Hour 1120 E. Rose St. Phone MU 6-2171 ONLY

"recharging: eukesmaa announced j I

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Tell Meeting PlansLAKE To Present

Fr WALES-Meeting at ART SHOW Two PlaysTwo
Babson Park Woman's Club LAKE WALES-A onemanart

r : L Monday at 2 p.m. will be the show is open at Lake Wales one-act plays, "Red
aJ Public Library with the works
Carnations" and "Comln
Lake Wales chapter, Daughters .
of Mrs. Zilla Hutchens on dis 'Round the Mountain," will
of the American Revolution play. Mn. Hutchens, who resides
be presented tonight at 7'30
( They will hear a tape at Lake of the Hills, I.a is o'clock by the Senior Methodist
recording of actual case his. local artist and art teacher.
p Youth Fellowship First
____ tories titled, "Squelching on The display will remain In g \1t nA Methodist Church in the
Others Made Easy by Communists the Library until May 4, whenIt church social hall.
for American Prisoners will be show
replaced by a
Larry Alby, Charles Howell
of War in Korea featuring the work of her art a
and Susan Upshaw will
Delegates will report on the students.
the characters in "Red
recent state conference, including AAUW "
Carnations Featured in the
a report on the resolution LAKE WALES-The Amer. a
second will be Mara
t adopted by the conference lean Association of University play
suggesting that Congress be Women will meet Monday at Spencer Larry Alby, Linda
asked to designate Oct. 23 as S p.m. at the home of Mrs. R. Powell, David Matthe, Lynn
"United States Day." W. Combs. Prospective memo Buhrman, A r I e n e Talbert
Hostesses for the meetingwill hers will be welcomed. Mrs. Bernice Wesley and Charles

be Mrs Oren H Ohlinger Marjorie Craig will give a review Howell
Mrs. R. L. Beatty, Mrs. Ed- of "India. During Intermission Linda
ward J. Dies, Mrs A. G. HOSPITAL AIDES Smith will sing a solo, and a
Hansen, Mrs. James Heffel- LAKE WALES-The lunch. quartet made up of Chuck
Yoke. finger, Mrs Charles R. Young, eon-bu.ineas meeting of the Cannon, Boyd Simpson, Billy
Mrs William Hogarth, Mrs. Lake Wales Hospital Volunteer Mengel and Larry Loveday
I nI-U- R E. Gordenier, Mrs. Louise Aides will be held at the High will present a variety num.
II W. Sallume, Mrs A. H. Stab lander Restaurant Tuesday at ber.Carol
I ford and Mrs. Isaiah Smith.Tomorrow's. 12.30pm. Morse and Betty
Wesley will be stage managersand

!! MUSICAL FAMILY-Gathered around the piano In the L C. Jones home at 823 S. Mississippi Bob Ailing is in charge of
I are the five Joneses who sing in the adult choir at College Heights Methodist Church Menu l Ideas lighting. Mrs. Caxton Dog.

I and year-old Debra Jones, who sings in the junior choir. Pictured from left are Debra gett is directing the produc.

Gregory Jones, the Joneses' son-in-law, Charles Lake, Mrs Jones, Mr. Jones and Mrs. Lake Fiesta Banana Skillet cherries (about 10 cherries lion t
the former Patricia Jones. (Ledger photo by Harper) Whipped Potatoes )
Lima Beans 4 slices lemon Wales Music
Split and Toasted Rolls 4 slices orange

oY4Q. JIL ctuka.cuul Gingerbread Butter or Margarine Squares 4 tipped medium .bananas, green- MRS JOSEPH GALLO JR. Club Receives

Coffee Tea Milk Brown In oil in Merit AwardLAKE
chops large
Five Members Of Jones Family FIESTA BANANA SKILLET skillet Drain off drippings. Miss Humston, Auburndale,

(Makes 4 servings) Sprinkle chops with salt and WALES-Mn. FrankJ.
'i 4 inch thick pepper. Mix allspice, 1 cup Miller, president of the
(1 )
pork chops Married To Mr. Gallo Jr.
1 salad oil orange juice, cherry and Lake Wales Music Club, Mrs.
Sing 1 In College Heights Choir tablespoon Salt and lemon Juice, pour over chops. Fred 0. Palmer, first vice
I Cover and cook over low heat PATRICK AIR FORCE was best man. William president, and Mrs. S. H.
4 allspice
.. teaspoon 30 minutes or until tender. BASE Miss Doris Hum Thomas Wilson was an usher Waddle attended the 47th annual
l'/4 cups orange juice Blend remaining yt cup orange stan, daughter of Mr and convention of the Florida
By LUCIA MYERS year when the new parsonage was dedicated, 1 tablespoon red mara
juice with cornstarch; Mrs Loyd F. Humston of Federation of Music Clubs at
the was chosen to "Bless This House." schino cherry juice ReceptionA
sing stir into skillet Bring to a Auburndale, b e a m e the St. Petersburg Beach.
; s p
1 Echoes of Easter music will resound in From her enthusiasm for 2 teaspoons lemon juice
hymn singing,
boil, stirring constantly; low bride of Joseph Gallo Jr. reception followed at The local club received the
I Lakeland and among the comments someone Mrs Jones is beginning to compose some 1 tablespoon cornstarch
gos- er heat and add remaining April 3 at Capehart Chapel. Capehart Chapel receptionhall. National Federation Award of
asked the question: "Did you know that pel songs. From his electric motor repairshop y4 cup sliced red maraschino ingredients. The bridegroom is the son Assisting In hospitalities Merit for outstanding partici

five members of the same family sing in the Mr. Jones finds relaxation in his musical Cover and cook 10 minutes of Mr and Mrs Joseph Gallo were Miss Elna Turvm pation in National Music
College Heights Methodist Choir?" household. One of the high points In his technical Chi ChapterTo longer, turning bananas once. of Marlboro, Mass and Miss Jane Bullock of Week in 1963. It also receiv.
The musical family of Mr. and Mrs. Louis work came when he was stationed at Father Higgins performedthe Auburndale.The ed the Florida Federation'sclub
C. Jones father, mother, daughter, son and the Norfolk Navy Yard during the Second Honor Its double-ring ceremony following couple took a trip to rating award for 1963
Ion.In-law were in the choir loft for the World War. He received a citation and a cash Lakeland organ music by Mrs. Daytona Beach. They will and 1964. The award was established
singing of the Easter section of Handel's "TheMesslsh" award for a suggestion that saved money for New Pledges A. Armstrong. live at West Second Avenue, this year by Mrs.
on Easter evening All five of them the government. Palm Bay. The bride is James C. Clemens, presidentof
are regular members two sopranos and They're two more musical members of the Chi chapter of Beta Sigma Polk County Satin Sheath employed in Melbourne by the Florida Federation of
three baritones. Jones family Debra who is in the sixth Phi sorority will honor its Given in marriage by her Radiation, Inc., as an engi Music Clubs
A call at the Jones home on Mississippi grade at Lime Street School, and an older pledges at a pre-dance party father, the bride wore a white neering assistant. Her husband Mrr. Waddle, a member of
Avenue revealed some glimpses of the way in son, Larkin, who is an office manager in Nor tonight at 7:30: o'clock at the Date Book floor.length satin sheath is stationed at PatrickAF the Stephen Foster Memorial
gown with a satin train. Her base. Corporation, was a member of
which music binds the well folk.
family together, as home of Mr and Mrs Laurence -
veil of illusion was held bya the committee judging club
as attaching them to the church and the community * 'Tr! E. Gray. 2625 NewportAve. TODAY white bandeau, and she yearbooks.
Patricia Jones Lake and her husband
LAKILAND ART UIID. primer* carried a bouquet of white I Religious I I
Charles Lake, and her brother Gregory Musical Family Next Door Expected to attend are Mr and color.Junior sod pile art at In sue p..uli a m.. ..Sir.u,, rosebuds. Groups'PRAY VITAMIN C SOURCEA
Jones, who is a senior at Lakeland High School, Winifred Belhelmeron and Tom WllC
( "Initruolore. Adu poisons .11" Miss Judy Bliss of Mel !* Poe THE DAV-Fo. relatively little-known fact ,
Another musical household is .
next door to and Mrs. Roger Rucker, Maj.
complete the family singing group. the Jones' home. There Mrs. Merton Brown ";rom .3, t.etraelor;:"sit Mu\ CornettaAlrporlante. WdtrickTHIOeOPNICAI I bourne was the bride's only and prayer vorihlp moment, .n, hour of ol mrtluuon the- about food and nutrients is that
Duet and Mrs T B Crawford, Mr. attendant. Her lie ot nnhi Dial IU41U.TODAV
Sang a yellow floor- some variety meats contain a
Patricia, who now has a home of her own, lives. She has been a member of Lakeland'smusical and Mrs Nelll Brammar, Mr. r.m. of 2437 W..r. soeltte.S. Tbod'lo la.ratad length gown was of yellow considerable amount of vitamin I)
came in for the Interview climaxed by her world since 1922. She is now preparing and Mrs. Nolan Clark, Mr. s? lendlns m.ilbrar.IIMMAO ::, d 8I""n. and eyelet embroidered dacron. C, or ascorbic acid. These meats
and her mother's singing a duet at the spinet for a visit from her stepdaughter's family and Mrs. A. Jerald Carlton, SALE. ..noored b,, She carried white pomponsTheodoseus ; MITH.I>OOL CHUIITIAN rerel are cooked liver sweetbreadsand
Mrs J. M. Turner of Fair Lawn, N.J., Pint Christian Chuteb, Irate 4..n J. Theodosius sroup nret rod".1 tom..u..I" room brains.
piano will be accompanied by her husband and their Mr. and Mrs. Malcolm Ayers, North Florid Aeur- -- ----- --.------- -. Orooe P.k 1 30 It m
The Joneses their residence In Lakeland :.
began :....
Mr. and Mrs Roger Lair, Mr.
daughter's family, Mr and Mrs. Harry Cashin
with musical accompani- \
1\ years ago and alx-months-old Doreen. and Mrs. Bill Elam, Mr. and
ment. When they moved here from Ridge-
As Fannie Smoyer, Mrs. Brown came to Mrs. Henry Lovejoy, Mr. and
y way, Va., they settled in .a house near the I
Florida Southern College campus Mrs Jones Lakeland after many years in church musicIn Mn. George" Anderson Jr.,'1 ., ,! ,
Brooklyn, NY She associated with
Miss Donna Stoddard, Ray-
was seeking relief from a sinus condition and I
several Lakeland churches as choir director mon McGlnnil, Mrr Mary'
had decided on Central Florida as the place to
do it. and contralto soloist. She Is a past president Bennett and Mrs. Goldie Ray-
of the Music Club.
"That first summer," she said, "we were Tuesday mondo
new here and did not know anyone. So we -tr -frft Those at the party will attend
the Beta Sigma Phi
had much time for singing. We would gather
HolingsworthLakeand spring dance at the Civic
around and sing hymns so often that we were
Center, also
afraid our neighbors would be disturbed With / Pioneers

the windows open, our songs must have en-
tered many homes. But we were surprisedand Mr. and Mrs. James Hollingsworth Gardner 1J.iJdJtLLAKELAND lltb 1 I IIS
pleased when the neighbors began send- went to Fort Meade last week for the unveiling
ing us requests to sing their old favorite of a monument to the heroes of a battle GENERAL
hymns." with the Indians near that site. Mr. Gard.ner's HOSPITAL
That musical introduction gave them some great-uncle, John Henry Hollingsworth, Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Kel- '
enduring friendships which followed them in took part in the battle. ley, 2122: Benford, son, April LIQUIDATION
their move to another street. Lake Hollingsworth in Lakeland was named 8-
Patricia Was Valedictorian for the pioneer who homesteaded some landIn Mr and Mrs. Cecil E.
Patricia attended Florida Southern where this area. Although streets and buildingshave Bass, Plant City, daughter, Y
she graduated in 1962 as valedictorian of her erased ancient landmarks, the Gardners April 9. ,
class. She studied voice with Madame Ro- have been told that Mr. Hollmgsworth's acres Mr. and Mrs. Lionel B.
several she has been of Berman, Route 1, son, April
selle. For years sing- were on the Southern slope the present
ing solos in the College Heights choir. Last lake.
Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Cape,
1614 Shore Acres Drive, son,

New Hormone Therapy Offers April Mr 9.and Mrs. Darrell Cut-

singer 1028 Forest Park,
I daughter, April 9.

Hay Fever Sufferers ReliefSAN 1 PHILLIPSFABRICS

Saturday April 11

FRANCISCO A two- 1066 S, Florid' \c > Do

year study by a team of New Phone MU 3-1211
York researchers reported
"gratifying results" with a This Week's Special 8 am. tit 6 p.m.

fast-acting new system of Upholstery Plastics

adrenal hormone therapy for 54" wide. A llt. Colon
hay fever and pollen asthma Our warehouse Is overloaded with used appliances and
59! brand 1962 fir
sufferers. Results of the study Yard new 1963

were presented in a scientific 8 LAKELAND LEDGER, Saturday, April 11, JIM

exhibit at the 20th annual I """ ,,. u ,'' ''' ... .., "k w zM "=hHU_ zr I WESTINGHOUSEREFRIGERATORS
meeting of the American ' y'm': : :: :

Academy Francisco Recommended of Allergy for the in short San ''I! W. T. GRANT CO. II RANGES -

term management of patientswho !

do nut respond to orthodox 1111 GROVE PARK ONLY WASHERS l,

treatment methods, the Ii; DRYERS

study was conducted by Dr.

Zucker William, Dr Sherman Arthur, Dr Stern Albert and Jt j SATURDAY & SUNDAY ONLY iii CONDITIONERSWATER r

Dr. Aldo Florlo, all of New COOLERS

York tions the allergy of City 94 Based patients clinics on treated observa-of New at II HAZEL BISHOP LINE :*!f f1i DISHWASHERS, Etc.

York's Harlem and Knicker Every item must be liquidated to make-room for our

bocker Hospitals, relief was 1i r--o "Tl'! iPECIt'L"' I! 1964 WESTINGHOUSE APPLIANCES
noted In 87 per cent of the : b 1
cases reported. !I ""' ""'" ,""' '' '" -""' '' "' H" !i

spokesman According for to Dr.the Sherman research, ': HAIR SPRAY Reg. 1.97 . . . . SPEC. PRICE 66cI! NO REASONABLE OFFER REFUSED

group, a single injection of 11 Concentrated SHAMPOO Reg. 89c. . SPEC. PRICE 51c
adrenal hormones alleviated
symptoms in from two to 24 SHAMPOO ( Large) Reg. 59c . . SPEC. PRICE 28c II 1

hours comfortable and patients for periods remained rang Ii I CREME & POWDER Reg. 1.10 . . SPEC. PRICE 58c

ing from two to 75 days H Complexion Control Reg. 1.00 . SPEC. PRICE 27c &
Stressing the fact that the ill &lee/plc
use of adrenal hormones are 1 In LASTING NAIL POLISH Reg. 59c SPEC. PRICE 23c II 11e
indicated only after other
methods have proven unsatisfactory I Continental LIPSTICK Reg. 1.25 ? SPEC. PRICE 48c

Dr. Sherman described ; !
the technique as "a l SAT AND SUN ONLY ; 320 W. Main St. Lakeland Ph.
valuable new adjunct In the L : : 682-7155
of diseases. '$ sss:sss s .. .. ...... ... ss ss ssssss:::KM$ u
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Lond-Air AssaultPalmer

Cards 68 ; Tigers Conclude Drills;

t It I Tops Masters Golf Head North For OpenerTheir

) final workout in warm sunshine the Detroit Tigers departed Lakeland this morning for
a pair of exhibitions with the Minnesota Twins this weekend before opening their American

League season Tuesday In Tiger Stadium with the Kansas City Athletics.

Field 4 StrokesBy The Bengali will be a considerably shuffled lineup from the group that opened the season
By lilt spring. From that 28-man squad 15 players have departed via various reasons. And another

l newcomer will Join the team In Detroit on Monday when relief ace Larry Sherry flies In
l ll from Los Angeles. Sherry was purchased Thursday from the Dodeers.

WILL GRIMSLEY Manager Charley Di.iasen reported -
Associated Press Sports Writer all his charges In good
I AUGUSTA. Ga. (AP-Whlle Arnie's Army shape han McAuliffe and Willie Hor-
I spurred him on by land and air, charged-up yesterday. "They'reready
Arnold Palmer reeled off birdies on four of the last six holes Friday for a four-under-par 68 to go. And we hope to ton and as coach Bob Swift de-

which sent him Into a commanding four-stroke lead after 36 holes In the Masters Golf Tourna get a good start. For Tuesdayit dared: "He throws as good a

ment.Added will be either Phil Regan or curve ball as I've seen and he

to his first round 69, the birdie march over Augusta National's sun-soaked 8.980 yards Frank Lary. But I may hold off can also 'buzz' the ball." He'sn
gave the Latrobe Pa., links Idol a total of 137 seven under par and made him on Lary until we get warmer
an overwhelming Syracuse's roster . The
weather. he pointed out.
favorite to capture an unprecedented fourth Masters crown.
He also was in position-b I The Tigers and Twins are crowd of 813 at Thursday's

duplicating his efforts of the seven players between him and the 70s-and Palmer's enthusiastic slated for an afternoon (tame fin a I Ie (smallest of spring)

first two days of this spring the top. supporters were out In today In Charlotte N. C.. and brought the season total to 22-

spectacle-to tie the record of Behind Palmer Player January large and demonstrative numbers the pair will play tomorrowin 383. The record is 24,508 last

274 set by Ben Hogan In 1953, and Uttler came four tied among the gallery of Knoxvllle Tenn. year . Norm Cash continued
Many said It might never be at 143. They were Bob Charles 30000. Holdover Tigers I Include: his hitting spree lie collectedtwo

done. the left-handed British Open On the ground they whoopedand Pitchers Hank Aguirre Phil Thursday and finished up

16 Birdie Putts I 71-72 champion from New Zealand hollered with every good Fox legan; catchers, Lary Dick Bill Freehan Egan Terry and the winter circuit at ,321

Palmer. hitting his irons to ; Champagne Tony Lema Palmer shot-which was often Mike Roarke infielders Norm
the greens like rifle shots andi 75-68; Dave Marr. 70-73; and and overhead a two-motored Cash Dick McAuliffe. Jake

i puttipg for birdies on 16 of the Dow Finsterwald 71-72. plane buzzed around trailing a Wood and Bubba Phillips; outfielders
18 holes lunged out of a five- Playing conditions were per.I banner ready "Go,.Arnie, go." At Kaline and Billy
fect- unnyandtemperature in He did.Pastrano.
way traffic Jam for first place I Bruton.
and soared four shots ahead of
Dressen said he
was more
'his closest LARRY SHERRY
pursuer Gary Play
than pleased by the addition of
er of South Africa. . N.w Tiger Hurlor'
Sherry: "I know he got all
Player. the little Johannes mixed up after that World Serieshe

burg precisionist In perennial ( was the hero of the LA win TIGER TALKI Jot down the

black garb had to sink a 25- $ over the White Sox In '59). They name of Bruce Brubaker I In'' ):
foot the final hole for .
putt on a
wined and dined him. But I your Tiger future book. The
72 and 141. The raisinmunchingSouth Keeps TitleNEW ; ,. think he'll help us out. Now he righthanded hurler was bough 1
African won here in 1961
knows he's got to make it from' the Milwaukee Braves ..lil
the first and only foreigner to again." Yesterday he pitched to Free ,
do it, and lost In a playoff to
Palmer in 1962. ------------,----- NO BAT Jim Gontilo, with'
Another stroke farther back ORLEANS (AP-Light announced the bout was PALMER CAN'T LOOK Arnold ,.1", ., turn hi. hood with I big" grin. wold, bock to the
heavyweight champion Willie stopped. Under rules of the Louisiana .it o.tiihhod,. l look 01 .eli. foili .. Slants on SportsTigers
five behind Palmer were astrano opened a wide cut Athletic putt drop on the 7th |r.0" Ivtour Thvridoy with only o
slender Don January of Dallas over Gregorio Peralta's left Commission i it daring sauced roynd, .f the Motion Golf Tournomont ot Auauito, few inches of the bat hondlo

and former U.S. Open champ! and retained his title on a sixth eye goes sixth into round the record technical books knock-asa Go., yootordoy. ..1", .,, o ...I..eI., oftor the first round with 69, Please oft In Ki! bond. Gontilo, K....

on Gene Littler of LaJolla Cal- round technical knockout of fired) o .. .... the latond round 'had ot 117. (A' Wlrtphoto) Sea City tint .....,.", IW".,

if., with Identical 70-72-142 their scheduled 15 round bout out.Pastrano apparently choppedopen with fuito ol e pitch, fooled It

scores and almost identical Friday night. the cut with a right hand .nd the but broke compUtoly,

grief. The cut was inflicted in the and he kept peppering away at Chuck Dressen .H shoal lour inches obovo ruo

Hit Water Twice fourth round and the champion the wound even though the enraged ondi. (Ledge Photo by
worked it over in the fifth Peralta slammed his body Hugnot) 5-
January dumped two tee shotsin
The gash appeared to be at with powerful left hooks and --- -
the the
water on 155yardpeninsula least l4! inches wide and blood slamming
rights. JACK
hole 12th hole and had By SLAYTONLedger
dripped into the aggressive Ar.gentine'u The handsome Barlow
to chip in from off the green fora 28-year-old Sports Editor Nips
triple bogey 6. eye Argentine was cut over the Their spring record notwithstanding, Tiger
"I knew it was just I matterof In
same last
eye fight
Littler came to the final hole only Manager Charley Dressen feels all's well in the
time after that
cut came up. last Jan. 24 with Californian '
four under par for the tournament Tiger Den for 64. Devils
Pastrano said after the fight. Wayne Thornton. 3.2BARTOW
hit his tee shot into a As the Bengals departed this morning for Char
"That blood gave me a good Each weighed 174% pounds ,
treacherous lie hooked his approach lotte, N. C., and their scheduled exhibition
target. .\\.111 had to do was Pour and Peralta seemed In such game
Into the crowd pitchedon It in there. good spirits at the noon weigh. Saturday April 11, 1984 7 there with the Minnesota Twins this afternoon Roy McMillan's
and three-putted for a double Dr. A. J, Italiano Inspected in that it appeared trimming Dressen expressed optimism about Detroit's chancesfor single with one out In the botom .

1 bogey 6. the gash after the fourth round down to the 175-pound division ____ ___ the season. of the seventh Inning lifted
Similar miseries the
plagued and then again after the fifth, limit for the first time In 14 uu And one of the reasons for feeling the Tigers the Bartow High School Yellow
24-year-old defending champion a round in which Peralta mounted months hadn't weakened him. Major League RoundupReds' will improve in '64 over their '63 showing was the Jackets to a 32 Southwest

I 'ated Jack Nicklaus to succeed the Palmer player desig-the- an all-out assault and battered Perhaps because of this the Thursday morning deal that brought relief ace Larry Florida Conference baseball
as Pastrano all over the ring. 8-5 odds favoring the champion Sherry from the Los Angeles Dodgers to the Ben- victory over visiting Kathleen
No. 1 in
nan professional golf. When the bell sounded it was shifted to 7-5 In favor of the Ar. gals. Detroit gave up cash and outfielder Lou John Senior High School yesterday
Bogled Three gentine In the late afternoon. Homers Trim son off their Syracuse roster for the hurler. The afternoon at the winner's dia

star of the 1959 World Series for the mond.
The 210-pound husky from Dodgers Is expected Charles Mooneyham and
Columbus Ohio bogied three of! Lions Obtain PETERSON'SPACT to fill a gaping hole in the relief carpi."He' McMillan accounted for all
the last seven holes for a 73 I going to be a good pitcher for us," Dressen declared six ot the hits thro .each
which put him at 144. He has EXTENDEDTAMPA White Sox after Thursday's exhibition with the Kansas City Athletic that Bartow tot oil starter
seven big shots to make up on Floyd PetersDETROIT (AP) Coach BUI 5 To 2 "This solves at least for the time being my relief problem John Campbell and reliever

Palmer in the final twb rounds Peterson of Florida .State cot He gives me a good reliefer and added strength In the bullpen. Doug English. -

Saturday and Sunday and that's (AP-The Detroit a contract extension through PORTSMOUTH; vs. (AP) in "W,'", got an Improved bench. Willis Horton and Gates Sophomore right bander John
a man-sized order. Lions of the National Football IM7 yesterday.The Home' runs by Derron Johnson Pittsburgh Tuesday giving Brown gave us added strength In the outfield and Morton Manning limited Kathleen to
The defending champion was League obtained offensive right State Board of Control and Vada Pinion helped the Cln up two hits and a run Dick may earn a regular spot in tho lineup If ho keep up his, five hits In going the distance.
bracketed with nine other pros tackle J. D. Smith Friday from added two years to his cur I clnnati Reds to a 5-2 exhibition Stuart' second Inning/ homer hitting. Don Demeter will lilt for us and he'll do the job Barlow boosted Its season

and amateur Billy Joe Patton of,'the Philadelphia Eagles In exchange rent pact which goes to Dec. baseball victory over the Chi. Ernie Banks balanced Stu defensively. Al Kallne Is starting to hit and anyone who worries record to 44. The number of

Morganton N.C. the even par for defensive tackle 31. 1X5.Peterson's. cago White Sox Friday.Johnson art's blow with Ms fourth spring about Kaline hitting ought not to be managing. I think I wins art as many as the Yellow J
of 144 and there were Floyd Peters and halfback.full. salary during the Jackets have had for he
figure who has surprisedthe homer leading off the fifth. Brown will hit. He wall nervous down' here and I believe I
back Ollie Matao'n.Smith extension wasn't set by the three previous com
Reds with his power he'll get over that and give us that needed left-handed pinch
a S-foot-5 250-pounder board. Dr. Gordon W. Black- Banks, playing before his par. blned. Kathleen now Is 3-7
LA slugged a 400-foot homer off Ray hitter.
Angels Sign from Rice Institute Is expectedto well FSU president said the Herbert In the fourth forCincinnati' ents Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Banks overall and 34 In the SWC
Inning "George Thomas gives us strength behind the plate
Piersall FoilesLOS take over the right tackle pos- football coach's salary recom. first run. It was the from Dallas also singled In the as an Coach Charlie Lyle's KathleenRed
mendation will be In the Infield reserve and as an outfield reserve. He's also a good Devils the
meet Highland-
ition vacated by the death of Lu. sixth spring homer for Johnson seventh. After Ellis Burton
The den Reeberg school's regular budget. Peterson I walked, both runners advancedon pinch hitter. This means we'll be much stronger In reserves era in Lake Wales at 3 p.m. today -
( ) After the White Sox tied the
Los Angeles Angels signed out- Peters came to the Lions last now gets $17,500 a year I core with an unearned run in a wild pitch before Gregory In the outfield and Infield. for another SWC engage-
"Norm Cash has been hitting this spring. I feel Jerry ent.tniaan.
from Cleveland In trade blasted
fielder Jim Pier.alland catcher year a the fourth, the Reds took the a Jack Lamabe pitch
Hank Foiles Friday. for fullback Ken Webb and filledin Bucs Edge Phils lead again In the sixth and won off the right field fence .umpe will fill in a hole at second base and Dick McAuliffewill ::r..w, . " 100 004 010 Ott I=III

Both were made free agents for Alex Karras. CHATTANOOGA, Tenn. (AP) going; away in the eighth when ...... lie 000 000-1 I I be a fine shortstop. Don Wert has the nod at third base Maansad CampMII Cnaliih....(......(4) and .,....,
Matson, hampered by injuries Bill Mazeroikl's Cs'.... 'NI , God all 101 II. right now but Jake Wood or Bubba Phillips could knock him
by the Angels after the 1963 sea single with Pinion slugged a two-run .s..aw. C.nat. as and N..i
ton but invited to try out with throughout the season saw limed the bases loaded In the second homer aekMit, (."Maoamal). :
the club this spring Piersall 34, action with the Lions. inning was good for two runs Joey Jay the Cincinnati right. I H ,ma run_Ooilan, Stuart. Chi. "Wood has been a real surprise this spring. He's looked
batted .233 in 89 games last season that held up as the Pittsburgh hander who is hoping to makea "ita Oinm good at-first third and he can play the outfield. And he STOCKTON Calif. (AP) -

and drove In 19 runs In 270 Yings Leafs Pirates defeated the Philadel- comeback pitched the first gives u.a good hitter on the bench. He's given me what I Three home runs, Including agrand

at-bats. Foiles, also 34, hit .207 phia Phillies 2-1 Friday in an even innings for the Reds and Milwaukee WinsWEST needed In the Infield and what we tried to get before spring slam by Orlando Cepeda,

in 42 games and had 10 RBIs In Open PlayoffsTORONTO exhibition baseball game. was impressive. He was nicked PALM BEACH training opened-a good utility player. led I the San Francisco Giants to
r ltt'..ur.ti OM 000 000-1 IPId.d.iii a 7-0 victory over Cleveland in aba.eball
87 at-bats. for four singles and struck out "Our catching doesn't a problem. Bill Freehan has
( pose
001 000 SCS.-.i t IVaaM Cloninger pitched
(AP-The Toronto exhibition Friday -
To reduce their roster to 28 Maple Leafs and the Detroit, n...,", Butlara Dnnn.I (S.>....._...t.<"..and..,.........,... ive.inalnnatl. a three-hit shutout and aided shown steady Improvement this spring He's a much better game
of the ............. CI OM 101 555-S II I I
players for the opening Red Wings open the National (.JI........ (.1. 'II a'.l' TI.n_ 0.1. Ch,.... (*) .' 000 100 001-1 SJar its own cause with a triple as receiver than he was a year ago. He's going to be all right. It was the Giants' 11 triumph
the Angels optioned (SI and Idoardu H.nlint.rest. '
season Hockey League's' final Stanley .r and "Martin, W->av.n I.N. .- the Milwaukee Braves blanked In 12 games with the Indis .
pitcher club Bill In Kelso the Pacific to their Coast Hawaii Cup series Saturday night with Grapefruit League ...INrL.. runt-Cincinnati, Jahn... their Denver farm dub 5-0 Fri Team In Good Shape"The this spring and their 23rd
the Leafs favored for two solid Penn day. over.all In 29 starts The 101.was .
League. POIOAVS tXMIOITIONTh " I team Is In shape physically. We've got a couple of
I Th. Ataaatatad Praai Cloninger held the Pacific
reanons Milwauka 0...... .. In Ed Rakow and Fox but Fox loose Cleveland's 22nd, comparedwith
I the
FCl.) sore arms Terry was
I. The Leafs who finished ..lUburah X, .."'I........,. I. Bruins Beat Boston Coast League team to singles 10 victories.
Kathleen Loop 'third during the regular season! Cinainnatl Chiaa** (Nl'I,I,Ch..........n 11 I. |. FORT WORTH Tex. (AP- by Tommie Aaron. Bubba! Moron other day when he pitched. Right now Frank Lary Is as goodas Cepeda slammed his homerun
1- I and then San rrancnc* 1. Cleveland 0TOMOODOWO left-handed and Lou Klimchock. His anytime since I've been here. I'd say he's right back
whipped champion SINUS Leroy Gregory. a In the fourth off Jim Grant,
Begins Today Montreal In seven games In the MINNesOTA"'LL'. T...V..._. DITMOIT AT KNOK. Itcher-outfielder on the Salt triple sparked a three-run up. where he was a couple of years ago. who had loaded the bases withsingles
KATHLEEN Herndon Insurance first round consistently have ..It,.,,.,...* .... .rhlllOXiMllo. at ",11..1..h. Lake City roster stroked a rising against Denny Ribant In "So I've got a starting staff of Lary Hank Aguirre by Jim Ray Hart and
and Universal Food beaten the Wings this season ..:tail v.. Chita*. (M). pinch two-run double in the seventh the fifth Inning. Phil Regan and Mickey Lollch. That Lolich throws hard Mattie Alou, and a walk to Will-
meet at 3 p.m. today In the They hold a 4-2-1 margin on Detroit -C,n'.n.N, Ind.an n,.. ChMam (A) at IndiOnaxilia inning that powered the 'The Braves got their final two and he's developed this spring I've got to consider him a Ie McCovey

opening game of the seasonIn ice and 4-1-2 edge at home'.aL Luia rranwaao'.. Kanaaa.... Cleveland City at Kantai I II' Chicago Cubs to a 3-1 victory runs In the seventh off Dan starter with many others," Dresses pau.ed."Do Si, P'.II. au 400 lit-? t ICCnlnd

the Kathleen Area Little and outscored the Wings handily -I'iM'%....... (A) vi. .... Anoto. (N) ot over the Boston Red Sox Fri.' Schneider, who was optioned to you feel you'll be able to take up the win slack .. .. !Panne"IOO ill 000 and OOO.Crandall- 4 Iantard.
Association. on both rinks. La Ann.'"*. Denver only two days the tan ( ). Grant. Hallay (I) Ml cue
Boys .... .. ag3. caused by trading of Jim Bunning? Ab.natkr OI and Namana. W- San.
Following the lldlifter Cash 2. The great Gordie Howe, vrii,.::(.A.). 5 Jwhmnd at Celln.ad day.Larry Jackson pitched seven D...... (PC') ate GOO OOO-O 1 IM".u. "Dave Wickersham will win as many as Bunning." He ,..H._. .1.-0.u.._,..."." ",a..ia. ..c.wo..
Federal who tallied 73 28 w. iin* .. "i"Mi"(" at P,'". ... .. . OOO 0>0 20 -I I 0 _.. .
Feed and Lakeland points on goals in final for the De .t.
innings a tune-up
*" I Mn,., Mlkant (4) tch..'... eel and raised his hand. "I know he hasn't been sharp this spring
tangle at S Both and 47 assists during the "M.h.kw La... CIII' .t salt National awalli, Cter, ntar and Oailay, I R..fI
p.m. gamesare regu. Cubs' League
"i tlh" opener :
but he's slow and
t.ssa Cit > ( ), W-.CI arnns.: .. L-.,bant. a starter when he gets his razor-sharp control -
scheduled at the Kathleen lar campaign hasn't scored
he'll be getting the batters out. He's going to be a real cocoSCHOOLING
Elementary School diamond. against Toronto all season.
winner for us.

"Alan Koch and blck Egan have been sharp at times

Fans 12 this spring and I'm hoping they'll give me some strengthIn
Murphy DolphinsIn the bullpen too And that Fred Gladding was really _

I throwing hard the other day. He's a good one for an Inningor

two and that's about all I'll use him when I pitch hIm. -

7-1 Southern VictoryRight : And he can pilch every day. --

; w "I think we're a better ballclub than we were last year. -:;: :

The attitude Is good and given a couple of breaks we can j

hander Ken Murphy tests will be seven innings. make a real run for the flag." }

earned the Jacksonville University There is no admission chargeto ,1 For Dressen his biggest test will come soon. The Tigers = -

Dolphin hitters yesterday the titli. Coach Smeltzly will ; k, 'j In the past have had a disconcerting habit of losing a whole = -

afternoon at Henley Field and send southpaw Ken Huebner Ji slew of games early in the season-usually It means the demise -
Coach Hal Smeltzly's Florida of the manager-and then struggling to get back into the
backed ((2-1) against Dolphin right rR rR1 r'
Southern College Mocs The
pennant race. year (1961)) they didn't they almost won
him up with a 7-1 Florida In-. bander Tom McMillian (1.2) in the flag even with Roger Marls' 61 homers for the New York
tercollegiate Conference baseball the opener while left bander 'ankees

victory. Cecil Hock ((3-1) will oppose From now to May 20 will be "crucial series" for the RACES 7:00 P.M.
Murphy pushing his recordto Jacksonville right hander Murray
3-1. yielded only five hits Miller (0-0) in the second __ Tigers. Everyone of them. If they do a repeat of '63, Dresen TONIGHTFREEl

fanned 12 and walked one ingoing encounter. can use his culinary talents as a short order cook at FREE!

the full nine innings. Dolphin Huebner who plays right field S ; iarry's Diner. If they don't they could just make a tough I NO MINORS

southpaw Ed Witten went when not on the mound continued fight for the flag all the way.

the route for Coach Bob Daugtv his attack against FIC ; REGULAR SEASON

ton's nine, allowing nine hits pitching banging out three Short Sport Notes OPENS TUESDAYS
striking out three and handingout singles in four tries for three i APRIL21

four free passes. runs-batted AU the Mocs, ex L DICK SARGENT, former Lakeland Dreadnaught and' A NIGHTLY StIOMATINEES
Florida Southern now Is 9-4 cept Jim Hardee and Ron American Legion baseball star, Is currently a member of the I R
overall and 4-0 in the FIC. James had one hit each. Jlemson Tiger baseball team. He Is dividing his time between I
Jacksonville stands 1-8 for the Denny Jensen led the losersat ._"- - -". first base and the outfield. In a recent game against I A 2:00 P.M.

season. the plate with 2-for.3. both Cornell he led the Tigers with a double and a single in an 11-4 S Wtd..Frl.-Sor.
The two clubs meet In a singles. MtAUUrFI'J OUT Dick McA.liHo .. the Dotrort Tlson I. noilod ot homo In Tbvrtdoy'ioikibitlo victory. . SOME IDEA OF HOW popular regionals and sec- o 5400 Repoved
doubleheader today at Henley ; finolo kor* ot Honloy FloU with IC...... City. Tho Tiger Ih....'., triad lo SOIlS fromtocono '
Field the first game getting Jickaanvllto P.C .I .,:.. .. TCO 000 eel Iii Ml ttn= .I t:J on ,itch.. D... Wicke.....,'. ....1. to loft. Monny Jim sss fioldad' the kit lId toned lo tional basketball tourneys draw up North can be gleaned from T Bradcnton Rood

under way at 2 p.m. Both conS ,aIw w.ttm... ...d. W.iland. Myri A's fotchor Pill I"... for the ,.,teut. (iL.d.., mochmo |.n Comoro photo by Hughoi.>)> (Continued on Page S, Cub. 7-8) ;1 A Kennel CI"bCombined



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j! Saturday LAKELAND, April 11, 1N4 LEDGER,, Umpires SoughtFor ,> Sunfish Lakeland Tigers
So.tboll Tilts Regatta Begins
\ .
: f/'L'/
Persons Interested In umpiring I
Tampa Bay Tides toftball games should .. : : '<, :: f"J.1': c.. .. ...,,: ::;
c :
... contact George Toy at the y Today At GardensCYPRESS Sport New SquadWith
'un" Ana U. .IIU.. Nhheda Lakeland City Parks and Recreation r
k .,: O..::".'2t:..., .m.. LwNd. .. ,'
.tae....., .'..:.. ...sun... _h... Department office at .
:" .14 : 'r the of 11 players games also on tap day
._ eta ......, MK tae ...... the Teen Midway. Ip. paring
The city U seeking umpire ; : GARDENS Skippers pm., Men's singles race-3:31: by the parent Detroit or games with other major
to handle the varlou leagues ,: from at least 10 Florida p.m.; Cocktail party-4:30-7:3C: : Tigers late this week a league farm teams In the
cities will compete In the third p.m.; Dinner 7-30-10pm.: ; Beer wholesale shuffling occurredIn area.
-FH.N.tI.Ou..lIOn.- that will be In operation this
summer. Umpires would handle _"i annual Spring Sunfish Regatta party-10 p.m.TOMORROW. the Tiger minor league The revised Lakeland roster .
on Lake EIolsr at Cypress Gardens In the the :
I fast pitch slow pitch and : Breakfast on system. process
WrestlingWINTER women's Softball games. today and tomorrow, according -terrace at Cypress Gardens Lakeland Tigers, under Man- Pitchers: Brown, Chan
I : to Bob Hoenshel. com 9-10 a.m.; Women's singles race ager AI Federoff came up dler Hugh Hardin, Gene
HAVEN 1 .' I' ,;'ty modore of the sponsoring -10:30: a.m.; Third race 01 with a squad of 28 players. Voss, Rudolph, Hart, Newton,
STARR SIGNS Cypress Gardens Sailing Club. doubles series-Noon; Lunch- When Lakeland opens April Gus Marco Richard Germnlanl .
L ARMORY :' GREEN BAY, WIs. (AP) 1 'fi" Two double races and a men's 1 p.m. 20 it must be down to 20 Colin Koser, George
I :The Green Bay Packers signed ., .' i singles race will open the regatta players with a limit of 18 Moore, Tom Meinershagen,
TONITE 8:30 P.M. quarterback Bart Starr for his ; at 1:30: p.m. today. A going in vogue 30 days after Jay Pressler, Kenneth Kina-
J ninth National Football League doubles event and the women's Women's Softball the season opens. However, red and Peter Ingram.
t 4
singles race will conclude the more shuffling la anticipated Catchers: Roy Renfro
J I -MATCHESII Ilealon. sailing tomorrow. Game TonightThe by the Tlgertown officials before and James Leyland.
Among the early entries are the three Class A clubs Infielders: Robert Adcock,
Tito R o s I Volkswagonettes
I Dr. Gil Punches of Vero Lakeland of the Florida Barrie Williamson, Walter
: women's Softball team will playan Duluth Minn., Thoele, Pepper, Carrier
CARREONAND Beach, Sunfish state champion State League, ,
WARMUP FOR REGATTA Severe! Sunfish. eellliii .beets and Joe Schmidt of exhibition game tonight at'7 of the Northern League and Gene Smith and Anderson.
John HEATH wermue for Mind maul Spring Sunflih. R.,.". which beflm et Miami, former state and national o'clock at Westslde Park against Jamestown, N. Y., of the Outfielders: James Mlalt.
1 'f i 11)0 p.m. today en lake Elelie et Cyprets G.r....... R.,.... will champion. Cocoa Electric. New York Penna. League John Faher William Voss
Clash In Tog Team end tomorrow. Sunfish sailing fleets already are set. and Frederick Herb.
exhibition Is
. The Sinning a
Match Against - -- entered are from Delray Beach, return match for the two The recent player shuffling Five of the players have
Don DAY, ; H'I(I Palm Beach Sarasota, Tampa, teams. The Wagonettes defeated however, more or less been in Lakeland since Feb
Orlando and Miami. I the Electric nine in Cocoa set the rosters for the Syra 15 as they reported to the
WHITTLER 11 First second and third place last week. There will be no admission cuse Chiefs. Detroit's farm early camp: Brown Chan
AND ? o1/4flentd trophies will be presented in I charge. in the Class AAA International dler, Hardin, Voss and Fah-
Tom BRADLEY i the doubles series. Also, three League, and the Knox. er.
\ I trophies will be presented in a ville Smokies of the Class AA
.t J t Chief BEGINNERS WELCOME II men's and women's singles race. Forfeited Game Sally League. Four former TIGERS SIGN
LITTLE BEAR.vs. I Registration is scheduled for Lakeland Tigers are currently
OPEN 10 a.m. today with the skippers TOLEDO Ohio (AP-The International on the Knoxville roster WINTER HAVEN i

Don HARTNETT 8:30: A.M.-11:00 P.M. meeting planned for noon. Hockey League commissioner infielders Jim Mooring Tom PREP STAR
RENTAL CLUBS 1 Bruce Blackman Is general' Andy Mulligan, ruled Matchlck and Larry Rojas '
Peppe PEREZ chairman of) the regatta. and pitcher Owen Johnson. Richard Williams, a left-
Schedule of) events is as follows -Friday that the Windsor Bulldogs Quite a few players who handed pitcher from Winter
Signs Te Wrestle_] 1 ia'CENTER : must forfeit their Wednes- saw service here last summer Haven, has been signed by
Pat O'HARAOne ( A MATTER OF PRIDEWhy TODAY Registration 10 day playoff victory to the Fort are currently on Fede- the Detroit Tigers and U cur-
a.m.: Skippers meeting and Wayne Komets, advancing the roff's roster. They include rently taking spring trainingat
Other All Star Event Komets to the 1HL playoff fl-
Jim Brown, Ron
lunch-Noon; First race of dou- pitchers
do Tigertown.
more than half the people who buy In our price field
-4 MATCHES- choose the Continental? People Qlve many reasons. One of the bles series-1:30: p.M.; Second:nals. Chandler, Tom Rudolph, Gary Williams hurled for Jewett
I TICKETS ON SALK AT most Important 'Is sheer pride of ownership, and the pleasureof race of doubles series-2:30'HA : I The ruling came after MuIIl Hart and Bill Newton and High School at Florence Villa
t TONY'S PHARMACY driving the world's finest automobile gan laid Windsor used an ineligible infielders Don Pepper, Rufus and was signed by chief scoutEd
I U FIFTH STREET, N.W 1740 New Tompo Hwy. Claude Jenkins'LINCOLNMERCURY VA : player In the game which Anderson and Lonnle Car Katalinas. The Negro
CYp.... J.il44 686.0613 MORTGAGE- LOANS I lit won 53. That victory knotted rier. hurler's top performance In
f Ringside; 2.00 C.n. Adm. I.SOUnder i the semifinal playoff at three Daily workouts are being high school and Independent
i Jamie Jackson FIR'T MORTGAGE CORP.
and the finale of held at Tlgertown with i squad
LAKELAND Of M.ORIDA"Slavics games apiece, . baseball was a no-hitter when
Golf Professional is own evdNiss the best of seven series was he fanned 22 men.
941 I. Mom; St. MU lee .. riorltf "...
Phi>. MJ .Mil I.aM.nd scheduled for Fort Wayne Sat- I, Williams U < feet tall and
ue urday night _ Tampa Crew weighs IRS pounds. He Is 21
years old and played both
football and baseball at
e rr .e e e .e ee e e. .r[ de .r .. .. e.. r .. .I l Jewett High.
Meets Mocs He will probably be assigned
: t'a to one of the Tiger
Class A ctubs-Duluth Lakelind .
LARGE 9 x 9' SIZE | t4'' r'kI : crew The looks Florida for Southern its sixth College victory or Jamestown, N. Y.

I LL\1li\ i 1i\\'i Tampa without University defeat today shell when Invades the Defends

I I 'print Lake course Hollmgsworth's .9 mile Ortiz

r The Spartans of Tampa puta
4-2 record on the water Tonight

/ / r'RGr e PLATFORM c-Jy & t1 1I =A\ Coach against Bill the Daniels'clean slate Water of

, 24 II \\ Mocs. Against Lane
m / f Ji' ' \ The varsity race is schedule

I to begin at 1 p.m. followed immediately SAN JUAN, Puerto Rico (AH)
r ,.' t r \r by a Junior varsity Unless there's a last-minute

/ row. : spurt In ticket sales Carlos Or
1 One of the Tampa losses was tie won't get quite the welcome,
to Amherst College Amherst From the home folks th.te\
.iv jt r.0 NA&L, ; AIR GLIDE Mass. FSC defeated Amherst hoped for when he defends his I

: r I earlier In the. season. lightweight title against the No i
i ; \\ : I challenger, Kenny Lane wi|

:1.1 Senior LeagueRegistration Saturday nightPromoter
.,- ;. Bob Leith has reduced -
; fY L I I k : his estimates In the Pyt'
t ,"-'
II I I Slated TodayA few days and now figures
/ 20,000 fans will pay about r
registration session for 000 to see Ortiz battle the
: : all boys In the Lakeland area kegon. Mich... southpaw over]
f/- Interested In playing In this I rounds at Hiram Bithorn Sta
summer's Lakeland Senior I I

League baseball program will um.A week ago Leith predict!

: ALUM. FRAMED ALL STEEL PLAY : be Dixieland held today school.at 2 p.m. at sales 22,000 and outside$180,000 of San but tic Juj

Boys, regardless of whether haven't been as good as
: UMBRELLA TENT GYM : they last summer played In or the not program should ed. Ortiz has been guaranted
62,500 for the fight and Lan

: with SLIDE : attend program today's ls for session.boys In The the $12,500.Lane figures this as the oppui

15-18 age group and all boys he has been seeking neaii
9 7 I ,registering for the first lime unity
J.M.fitldt lowest Price Ever/
ly two years. As No I challeit
29 : should bring their birth certificates.
: ger, he has been looking for i
title shot ever since Ortli to J

: COMP.. PRICE . 39.97 16 6 6 L will April Registrations also 23.League. be held and April tryouts 18 and the 1962.crown from Joe Brown i

Am.rlca'ilorgest telling umbrella tent.. plans call for a sea Meanwhile Ortiz took '01
e Complete with nylon screen window, nylon son of regular play plus tourney Teruo Kosaka In Tokyo, Cubaij
and convat door, eew.d4n floor, awning GOLDEN FIFTY competition. The National Doug Vaillant in San Juan and
and all ropes, ttaket and polei. Aluminum Senior League tourney will be Flash Elorde in Manila. None ofj
v ; ouhide frame. l : COMP. PRICE 21.95 held this year In Kilgore, those fights went the full I"

RTC E A variety of play features provided by Texas. rounds Ortiz, who recently.!
I moved back to Puerto Rico af I
Iv. this Gym and Slid Set! Newly denned .
Match ter living In New York for several -[
slide with platform and slide-bed of Tog TopsTonight's years finally signed for!

: .. 2 swings end air glide, Gym Card this bout after the World Box-

and trapeie. Red, Green, Yellow At WH ArmoryWINTER ing Association warned him to )
N I I vlgn or risk losing the title
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: I I match tops tonight's wrestlingcard )
.t the Winter Haven Ar- Ranew SidelinedFORT
mory. First bout will begin at

..j Y-V-1-- .:... -= .. tSS enom.I.II 8:30: p.m. with four bouts on the WORTH, Tex. (AP-
0 card. Merritt Ranew, tabbed the Chi
: Feature event of the Cowboy cago Cubs' starting catcher in
-' \ .uttrall-promoted card sends the National League opener at
the team of Tile Carreon and Pittsburgh Tuesday went to
GARCIA SPINNING RODS JC97f Chicago Friday for hospital examination
2030 I John Heath against Don Whittler -,
a..M,..... k fcrtrvbaf-.Pteti.dMwLMM..r mt&m.._.*! Es3nW of his ailing right
/a....e. ..sur.....,.-JMIft. ..T taM.4e...,...n. UCI" and Tom Bradley.
: 6.5 GALHIPOWER GARCIA ( : Indian Chief Little Bear Is shoulder
paired with Don Hartnett in a Ranew, who batted .295 in 17
: REEL .' : match while Pepe Perez wilt spring games, was struck on
face Pat O'Hara. who promotedin the shoulder by a foul tip a
WITH Lakeland, in another bout. I week ago.
: RIFLE # 1520-21 :

2 PC. RODCOMBINATION Sports SlantContinued
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987 _! ( from Page 7, Cols. "-7)

: PRECISION MADE PFLUEGER ROD B7 : an article in the Canton, Ohio Repository, At recent Class
'Itolionmilitorylli-poweuiflft. 13Precision AA sectional and district cage tourneys and Class A district
.lGtemod.I.Heodlpou.tMtfired. CASTING ROD & REEL AND REEL COMBO and regional affairs held in Canton, 66.107 fans flocked to see

e Excellent condition; the 34 games Largest crowd was 4,447 for the Canton South-
4 7 I B 7 bait reel 1'0.1. the
14 costing Sandy Valley Canton
2 I game. McKinley won but was tliminated
iJ Axwelml2.33 miss' BOTH IOTNf AMBASSADOR2pc.spinceztquiclFL ': by Daytona Belmont in the state event at Columbus Ohio.

101.Casting combo. Level wind reel. I 1175 "Rocket reel with the |PtOI7 toper rod 6* er 4h' length Balanced . THE LOS ANGELES DODGER players are picking the
rod For costing outfit. San Francisco Giants as their strongest competition for the
Stf metal Handle cattinq; rod 2 guide heavy duty costing and trolling '
64 National League race. Of 32 votes cast, 28 went to the
Giants; two to the SI. Louis Cards and one each for the Philadelphia -

: FISHING Phillies and Cincinnati Redlegs. . TWO TWIN SOC-
== ;-, BOMBER 6ARCIAFLATYL PLASTIC e CER players with Queen's Park Rangers of London look so
-= POPPERS to- tss--= BAITS 1 LINE TACKLE BOX e much alike that they were forced to don different hair-dos so

E 1 6 .If--= -- I _, that the club could not be accused of subbing the two to keep
i7h 117 287 1.97
97eI them
to always fresh. Roger Morgan 17-year-old star, will
e r -FnHme '::ull.: t .:.I keg.Selectee1 ..: t "==--' I el he Mld-Swsk's Mel eepularAdi 100 ,I. ...... C"'."* efI OU ... eleiric tackle leaSh.dh.ohGlsbsgtliH continue to sport his Seattle-style haircut while his brother,
-= ., --- ..te.......Att'tA den t ... Ik. te It Ik. ted II... IMy.Il7A"E7/tr41/1 I : Ian, will now sport a crew cut.

THE UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA spring prospectus grid
sheet shows Jack harper as the No. 1 right halfback and

"CHARGE'IT Th. only true measure of value guaranteed Graham McKeel as the No. 2 fullback right behind Larry Du-
LAKELAND: U-S- 92 East at Rose St ALWAYS. pree. They were teammates on the fine Lakeland '61 grid
r win OPEN: YOUR 9 a That give you Instant cash savings guaranteedEVERY I team. . Sandy Chandler of Hollywood and Ray Whitehouse
Open, Dally 10 A.M. te 10 P.M.: Sunday Neea te 7 P.M. ACCOUNT IN MOMENTS DAY. I of Jacksonville will be cc-captains of the 1964-65; Florida

swimming team. . Marty Howell of Bartow has a 3-2 mark
at Florida State University this spring He's pitched 42 Inning .
*, fanned 26 and walked only 11.

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"One Man'i Way" starring'Opening soon at the Polk Diana Hyland. Academy Award in Southern California, ex
Don Murray as Norman Vin. Theater, through United Artists I winner Denis Sanders directed.Peale's for location shots in New '
I cent Peale is the candid story release, the Frank Ross produc via Marble Collegiate Church, aA
writing syndicatednews
of a man who deeply feels that lion co-stars William Windom Dr. Peale has been minister
the ministry need not be dull. Carol Ohm art and Introduces features major magazinesand over 31 years All other
to date 13 books (Including were made on the studio
"The Power of Positive Think. Ita gel'. I
Man Jailed Ultra Rightist ing") have affected millions of
lives and at the same time

37 Days Files Given.5 YearsIn blasphemy earned him and charges commercialization of heresy., Doctor Gives I

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of religion. The one-time -
$50,000 Suit Murder Try police reporter has never pulledhis Extended Life BOrrae,CK CAY DOWN \ PROBABLY AN OLD THEY PDH'T LOOK
punches, and neither does crWAC Y2F.' THERE--fULL I WRECK-- HAVE TO OLD."Oft WREC5EDe4

TOPEKA. Kan. (AP-Homer TOKYO (AP-An ultra-right. Dr this Peale's film spanning controversial 40 years life of KANSAS CITY, Mo. (AP) INSIPC OF BOXED NETS. //H05PITALf GET PACK DIANA TO THE,
Lee Castleberry 46, of McAIes- 1st who tried to assassinate In 1939, when he was 70,
ter, Okla., filed a suit for $50,000 Frank Ross' determination to
Rush E. Castelaw told
Premier Hayato Ikeda was sen- "One Man's his an
damages In District Court film Way" as
tenced today to five years Imprisonment first major undertaking since viewer:
Thursday against Sheriff Ver- '
"Worry shortens life. T1
non L. Robinson the Shawnee by the District Courtin bringing "The Robe" to the with adequate'annuities ;
screen, was sparked when he
County Commissioners and thesheriff's Fukushima.
those with financial ,
read, In The Readers Digest, worry
bonding agency. Takao Ishlmoto a member of excerpts from Arthur Gordon's man with a chronic ailment 1NXT
During 37 days In jail Castle- the Great Japan Patriotic Youth best-selling book, "Minister To apt to take good care of -.
berry alleges he was denied the Millions." self I have an ample Y
organization, was arrested last
right of talking to an attorneyand The film like Peale's life and I have a chronic : c1 f, '
of making ball. November while trying to approach live be rlti,
emerges lIS a fast-paced and I should to a I WUl tMYTE"Y
He arraigned Ikeda with a knife In his CY TH CAVE
finally was suspenseful chronicle of a man Dr. Castelaw turned 95 ;
March 12 on charges of burglaryand hand. The premier was cam,who has had great influence day and said he couldn't -- -- -
larceny, forgery and utterIng paigning in Fukushima. upon our age. It also recountsthe anything remarkable about
and was released under Ishlmoto denied he intendedto offbeat and charming court- He's the only survivor of I
1 Jl.OOO bond. kill Ikeda. But the court said ship Dr Peale had with his wife class of 1887 at Greenfield (111.) 9 ( NeW'Do. *) Srat6slUpiDIr'
Sheriff Robinson said there the evidence showed that Ishi-! Ruth. High School and came to fI
'apparently was a slip-up In paper moto planned to kill the prelnler I "One Man's Way" was filmed sas City in 1888
work at the Jail and nobody because his policy toward Communist I1
tealized Castleberry hadn't been China wasn't tough I. Fi I
arraigned enough. rMSwaE



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I GO OUT TO A MOVIE! I Tomorrow through Tuesday SILVER MOON DRIVE-IN Tomorrow through Tuesday,
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'The Man In the Gray Flannel Suit,1 Bob Hope
3 BIG HITSI f d ld TONITE ONLYI GROVE Now showing" 'Lawrence of Arabia,' with Po'

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- t I NOW SHOWING Howl" Millions FoundIn

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If you think y 0" !bus. \ \
N.",.Mm ef $Thisp ...!, dent BEST PICTUREOFTHE YEAR! I ;'an Wtllu"Many toil ThailandBANGKOK

,r ; "A Tint: Thailand (AP-
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Qo found the late Premier Sarll
iJI Thanarat set aside millions of Aw
dollars in state funds for secret
: and so far unexplained official fPFILMLAND
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Admission! ..r.t i rang up million haht (about $27 million) DRIVE-IN Tomorrow through Tuesday,
,* yv11h when drawn from the Finance Ministry ., 'Operation Petticoat, with Cary Grant and Tony Curtis, Also I
No.1 At 7.30 Only If cele' In a Bangkok bank account showing 'Pillow Talk,' with Doris Day and Rock Hudson
OF THE DAMNED"N. "HORROR HOTEL"NO of under a code name.
: I He said 12 million baht (about
II ., ul t.JO ONLY 4 AT I M ONLY I for 35 $600,000)) of this amount had 'ro-Chinese Reds;Pope Gives Spank
fiRST RUN IN COLOR "RETURN OF ,T hambur been

"TWICE TOLD TALES"VINCINT DRACUIA"Fit or cof would continue said its the Investigation.,committee Mil Form Own Get-Well WishMONTE

rmci Ir 1 the He said all funds belonging to
said 'the state would be reclaimed. Party In India I CARLO (APFor..
LAST NITI ." I Sarlt died Dec, 8 of a liver eign Minister Paul Henri
ML AMD } IIG fEATURES ) dinners ailment after ruling Thailand NEW DELHI India (AP-
. Pro-Chinese members of India's Spaak, of Belgium, received a
N TMfATM coaDY. ACTION. DRAMA ;for more than five years ,
' '
= : badly split Communist party are cordial get-well telegram from
IPICOCI' pav10lUNPwd.es. expected to form a second party' Pope Paul VI at the hospital
7:30 ..d I NOW! I within a few days to fight Mos I'where he Is recovering from
cow's brand of communism, i abdominal surgery
j R a 1/ ar: I4MRENCEOFAUABI4 V S ( S BASK Twelve party leaders, all pro- Spaak underwent an emergency -
1 a Peking, stalked out of a central operation Sunday. He
1 tt. a I executive committee meeting Ii was vacationing on the Rivieraat
Thursday night. the time
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i iJ, D3u6Hi (we\: \ GET f N6( THAT RABiES BESIDES, 'IT'5 Sa (ETl4INaIIEiS \

he DEAR ABBY. .. .. ;' SrOTldte <&lTE/kNl) / gP5ETTit46 Al.WA1( (L1ANTED.,

I Whot't you problem? For A f RESENT MIGHT( CHEf HIM UP..

e general reply, writs to ::1r2 C .

Abby. Box 1365. Beverly :i

Keep Your Hill. Calif., and Include esetsaddressed t / 4 7
stomped envelope. '"Il p tvMwvL.

Abby answers ell l| .....t.ES"S'GoI..FOR40. $' .
Abigail Van Buren E moll II

I'h 4 DEAR ABBY: By the time I was 17 I had broken all the DEAR M. K. The gentleman should offer the lady his arm 'lIARSI SEEING MRS.HAKU.VBURNTHE (
Ten Commandments except "Thou shalt not kill. 1 got Into If he does not, aha may gently take his arm and ask, I SAT AT MV WINDOW ) I L : CATERER WEDDING

trouble with a boy and he ran away. The Salvation Army took "May 1?" ACROSS THE\fJ
me in and I had my baby at the Booth Memorial Hospital. TO MARRVMEPJ ASK VOU..TOF M TOH, KNEW I'D LOSE YOU

I decided to keep my little son. I worked as a waitress to DEAR? AGAIN, IP I OPNTGETOFFNV M4RMEGfi
DEAR ABBY: Roger and I were married only 18 months.We f '" '
him. I -
support started going with a kind, sober, hard-working ,
s man. I told him the truth about myself right off, but hedidn't decided that our marriage was a mistake and since there ;;-
were no children to consider there In 1O
wa no point spending
care. He married me and adopted my 10-month-old son ==
the rest of our lives in a loveless marriage We got a divorce.
treats us grand. I don't deserve this kind of happiness.
Am I supposed to return Roger's wedding ring? How about
One thing bothers me. Both my husband and I have dark eyes t
and dark hair My son has blue eyes and bright red hair. my engagement ring? I put them In my drawer and have no S I

People keep asking us how come. My husband made me desire to wear them. Would it be Improper for me. to tell

I promise I would never tell anyone the boy wasn't his. Why the set? ((1OON i eaa

can't 1 say I was married before and the boy is my first DIVORCED t ;

k husband's? DEAR DIVORCED: The wedding ring and engagement -- --- -!I --
. HATES TO LIE ring are yours to do with whatever you wish -- -

Blond and brunette parents can produce red-haired offspring.You JUjNABLCTO 5LEER MOON SPICE COUPETHE DOOR WHATS THE IDEA?
owe Inquisitive friends nothing. You owe your husband DEAR ABBY: The woman who wrote to say that her MAID FINDS JUNIOR AND OF WMICM IS OPEN.
a great deal. Keep mum. husband took over the grocery shopping reminded me that d TO DIET SMITHS ,RACE yN
my husband did that trick almost 30 years ago. He got the DORT.

f DEAR ABBY: My wife has frequently criticized me for not bright Idea that 1 was too extravagant in the grocery store. h

taking her arm when crossing the street I say that It's the He bought all sorts of silly Items and overlooked the essentials.

i, lady's place to take her escort's arm. All of the pictures I've I got disgusted, so I went to his shop (he ran a garage) and r I

}} seen of royalty or continental personages of good breeding, started ordering mechanics around. I made a real nuisance lilt"T

show the lady taking hold of the gentleman's arm.I of myself because I didn't know a nut from a bolt. My husbandgot

hate to see a great hulk of a man pushing some frail the idea and gladly promised to stay out of my business tour

thing around as If she were on casters or slightly Intoxicated. if 1 stayed out of his. w t .rww.r

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daily report: 33 Creek 53 Line of ; --DON'T TELL ME YOUR [, S1GOT -" '" TO El SURE
Annual Cancer Crusade 11 Unit for = TEXAS MILLIONAIRES?
electrical 56 Spitefulmeasuring /i t .A WR A WTDWNaPM51NT..AAN 41 FORTONIGHT!
I' resistance. woman. r

Under Way In City Polk strength of 38 Seesawing. 57 Name. OIL WELLALL!
odorous 39 Character
60 Greek letter. Pt. dli MY OWN! rAND
stimulus tics C2 Greek letter. s
Volunteers are again march. well our financial fund so that

ing against cancer, calling on I our fight against cancer can be Solution to Yesterday's Puzzle

homes throughout Lakeland In expanded and intensified to help R olslE.GlulL I" }
the 1964 educational and fund. curb Florida's rising death toll. M II
raising Crusade of the Polk "Deaths In Florida have continued H

County Unit of the American to increase from 8233 H A 1 CRYPTOGRAMBy -

Cancer Society. deaths In 1962 to more than 8600 .. Charles W. Hanna
"Again this year our Crusad in 1963 and it Is estimated thatin
ing volunteers will perform a ft ALK PEEPUPI YIPEEN 1 wiles PFINO aDINAHSXILS/ WHEN Wi NOW,MtYEEe Ie YOU WtU WRITE MV>E%
1964 as many as 17,000 new JOLTED 707515000COL. ASS MADE nl C5054 TNG 101 MAY R5TURN td YOUE OP
two-fold function Sherwood A Y1PEE SPYIPEEKS UAWL PLEEOiN'UONTcI.V WALK wITN
cancer cases will develop among mg WKDSR I MIMIONAKY roarcc5511150 STATES Of TMI
Smith, Crusade chairman of the Floridians. These are somber I H EGAD E5ONY EPOOKW. tANY0NIY0U MSSreEA W A RRYJ ANIMALSNALL MARE Purisa Isc KUMOt1 THAT eooo Nsw wi WILL eel
society's Lakeland Branch, said MAle y 1iAJ we'Li.l TNI New eovzRNMENy THAT TICS tITTEB ANC
statistics but we do not quote SPA 610lTHI YIRAND NO '_, J f A PNNIC-: PERSECUTES Wi1TaRN
"They will seek public contributions MISTAKE,.. l ; LIAii
them Ratherwe NAUMMld
frighten people. A N A 0 A R HO C + JUNdlC.1 /
to help support theSociety's give the facts so that more r Friday's cryptogram. : i

year-round cancer control people will be aware of the Serious t! I l Two wore taffeta for tea.Mrs. .
programs of public education problem that all of us 'I T "'AlTsIJ.lcIRIES A- '

research and services for face-and help do something 11/11/61/
cancer patients and at the same about it.
time, they will give to home
residents an Informative cancer "Hopeful Side" Johnson
Macapagal VOWS
education pamphlet, 'The Answers "Something is being done

to These Questions May about cancer. There U a hopeful Cites Mrs. FDR's ff t w

Help Save Your Life. side. Today, 1.200,000 Ame Filipinos Will

Questions Answered :leans have been cured of cacer .!War On Prejudice

"This pamphlet answers such They are living and free Fight For Liberty
questions as: What Signs or of the disease, five years after, NEW YORK (AP) Mrs

Symptoms May Mean Cancer?; treatment. This year about Lyndon B. Johnson says the I MANILA (AP) Preside iT poesN'T HEl.YM Ybu sic THIS?

Which Type of Cancer la Increasing 177,000 patients will be laved best memorial to Mrs. Frank.lin Diosdado Macapagal of the 50 CONFUSED! TO 1ANIC, 6.R, YOU'VE 60f TOuu = MEANTHIS

Most Rapidly?; Which Cancers but-68,000 more could be laved ;Philippines says that \if there II alTWi1N PAPERAGRK THE, MEN AND, YOU CAVE 10TIL1S IT:
D. Roosevelt would be to THINK.MY j
Kill The Most Americans?; if the disease would be detected another war for freedom, OvM PROBLEMS,
What Can I Do To Help Protect earlier I I and prompt proper fight prejudice, fear and hate Americans will find filipinos 2'M NOT 6sTT1NQ / 0I

Myself Against Cancer?; Are:treatment given," Smith said. as Mrs. Roosevelt did. fighting alongside them. ANYTNINO DoNa!! -

We Getting Anywhere Against Because we who are volu. Speaking at the first anniversary Addressing a program marking .

Cancer? teen of the American Cancer luncheon of the Eleanor the 22nd anniversary of the a

"We sincerely hope" Smith Society want to help live more Roosevelt Memorial Foundation -fall of Bataan to the Japanese.

said, "that every person in our lives, we urge and appeal to ev- Mrs. Johnson told an audl Macapagal said American, s
area receives a copy of this Important eryone-'To Cure More Give ence of 2,800 "let us earnestly who once ruled the Philippine.
pamphlet. We also look More' to the 1964 Educationaland resolve to pluck prejudice from had engraved In the hearts of

forward to receiving from per. Fund-Raising Cancer Crusade our lives" lest their praise of Filipinos an Intense desire for q.u

sons whom our loyal volunteer! -and 'Fight Cancer With a. Mrs. Roosevelt become mere education and a love of indIpendcnce. -
visit, a contribution which will Medical Checkup and a Check; dlt ceremony." I rIESS.N.



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4 bit and r.endFOUND 30 Biosty Parlors 53 Help_Wanted, female I 54 Help Wanted, Male I I 1 76 landscaping. 97 Articles hr Jols-MIic. 108 Pianos a, Musical Init. AUTOMOTIVE I RENTALS

Vlclnll: III.LAce $cOLttIi ....1.' CLARA .IAUTI' .I.h. ..", ..1.10 DAY COOK:. day win roll. Such APPLICANTS FOR cMlf officer TRACTOR WORK: Mowlnt; :-;;;;. useD Splint plino ma. 121 Mobile Homes 129 I f.mllh.t Apartments
HuInn. Society. MU 3-L.dg.r>YI'., C.II beauty 'v"'., hair 'lIn.. hair llrl perlonced Apply In per.DolUe I orals fin, department For .per- iou, .....,".. and iradlni. *oe. 014 South Florida Ar.
olorlni porminenu Oak A..nu. sos Jack. 714 Wi- eonal Interview, eendmump to I cl.lI.acI In yard iredlnf and AUCTION 010 Umrill Inc M21101idiw DUPLEX FOR
LOST, RIQIBTERED I. K.LIII... Cis.a G.'I.... .u bach RE
red H Pinch Diitrlcl #I of Polk Ca.. ridlni M -| }|. 1114
black muk. ... ...In..... ir a-0070. 'OSoa 101, Lakelind SATURDAY APRIL SPECIAL CALl si 5500 or ONE ONLY 405 East
teen till iis-uoi or MU .-.U}. ATTENTION 71 Tree 1 . Ceneolee ned

8H31 New J.,..,.Ro.d... Reward 36 lowmnewen & Ssnrlca HOUSEWIVES Surgery 7:30: P.M. Inch bariauii. Brown.104 Santa NEW 50'xlO Purnlihid or unf-jrnlihtd R.de.-

LOST. BIRO dot.. monlhi.1i... .Iold. united New kilrnu Mvlpmentfautiful .
and .white ..... REPAIRS ON .... Positions now available for TRE. TR1MMINI3. 0111155 bud- I .. loora. Tworie
pointer Rowdy. all We have lot of .a
swallow.an. WATCH REPAIRMAN lIens ID" IIrd work' .U 1I.4OIa. a large fur 111 Sporting Goods 2 bedroom .. . Uulr .
lunllr pet. Howard. CU I7S2Pinoml and IB ill iniinei Prep MMmatet 10 ladies bov" age 30 who b.l. .
niture and miscellaneousmerchandise r room .7. partlf I'.I.h. or
Innspa ins.
S Nstlcss KIlO,"" 201 NorUi Plorlda Oabli. Auto Arc are interested In working ,Eioellint pppprtunlty for nap INSTRUCTION to be sold re-APACHE CAMPING trailer l.. $3790' I 70 ualurnUhed C.1 T.-.
j Jr. Realtor, ""
Phone MD s-0301: mornings. Guaranteed sal With mm pf five pears expert. lII. but brfori buylnp' any Id.Io1ms .r. 1.

'encp repair ol all pnatea. Unemodera ardless of prie.BALA'S a.Q' Park Hid. Ptnalluark COU.ECIE 148 .
EAR ftushlnt
aportlnc SOT BELL roads aied Dial tooll MIl tuna I-4JN and 37 Mattress Renevatlna ary, year 'round income, itore, Terr lane .11... 14 Schools Florida. R & B MOBILE HOMES no Water auwmiue ..i.her. .

tor .....'Dal. Culbereon BardwarpTRAD1NO no weekends or holidays. ,"tall. rLORlDAI LAROEST AUCTION 112 11..1 children MU 1-30t.
and Wasted
moatpiodirn Miscellaneous
MATTRESS RENOVATING t.OST 1639 W. Memorial Blvd. .
Apply In beau if .school Lakeland LOW IK APARTMENT with cirport
STA5PS etchaMOd or larvtM. Ace Maltreat Com1 person I I .
Apply 117 Weil
U2-U43 beuahl. AI"" ... S07 laoS Lime pan,1. Phona MU s- Ml. I 310 Arcade Building Completely Seeuii Coliua remodeled, III K all Pine sondl.honed It. 4268 Highway 92 West CASH FOR. ru, unood 06.5Mu Lakeland Florida peta P..h.. apart.
9am. Florida State Employment ample ., In rearOTTAOE
Monday Saturday parklni MO l-4 011 .
LOU SUP Cover 49 MU
Shop. IM WslsSmpsLET
Cheetnot Raid ...-.01.. D..-, I WANTED: WHITE middle aied Service 6.93 is 1. so ao WIDEB .. all tlectrla POUR .room eondlllontd florida.
....1.., pedipreadi. illp coveriAmtmn woman. live I WANT A r. .
MOHTOOMERT Ware drill ; In. no houiework SIS two BICYCLES wen s.hudp's.toil AUTOMOTIVE MOBILE HOMI INSURANCISTORAOI ollIroat, 613\ ...I florid
., Catt
curtalni. twin' eor- are ( elderly Lemon shall
your well woman 0.04ham.
and Initall 1
piece, rods tad lutallatleo: Buydrode iritem. Cp t* M monuu pour M valor ., email ..1.". MU 1.tXWl. Ukeland. BETTER JOB? Pr..bu. Phone MV 0. .PARTS I A.ou. .
pat J2'0.
el .....1. la ehooM r... I Phone MU l-o I 116 Automobiles For Salt I rwo BEDROOMa lower apart-

CHRISTIAN NDR5IS0 boraPPOB Take Your Choice REI TYPE lawamower. 030 S DEE'SMOBILE m.nl. clean atlririmll lur.

Special attention lite la HAVE OPENINGSFor I IBM motor. '00. Very low CORVAIR Mama DI.. waiher. .lltl.I Includ..
, Keypunch I lot ". 6"
till needl Of IrS patient. MU EMPLOYMENTS2 e good .ondltln. Inquire 2111 radio, heaier. ... r..lb. HOMES Silt.1..
I-1213 1 Speedwritlng Shorthand .. .n.. City. ifwr I ilaiMa. while lldowill Urea, U.
GENERAL 841 N. Wlblih
ACCOUNTANTAn I-I9BI LOSE IN two epasloussoortaoeolu
I .m slIms UU 3 4IDJ N oa.
AUTO INSURANCE. Bad IB a., Typewriting ,00 Oil 05 weekly, ,
Salesladies .
cident no I maIn...* 11.51005th. Help Wanted I S Office I 01'11 oll..h .hslc..so. lou.It. POND naanenllbi. Pull ..... Water urtuned la Realty.
Machines Is KNOX
190 .
to pay Oil MO S-S4II Age 20. 40 aureulte. perionible ii.lt I three elncle, .ComforlMla. well e . nieao sirs .. PTIal . Tw d.lul. bayou t all.r l TO,4031ERY C.
.1 year old accounting .....u.... u1., Comptometers erode Phone 111 1098. nerec. 001-3421 alter. 30 .Ich.n.
B LII plelun md Phil (.... thor kuilnaw pr ormil .. Ills new Sacrifice UoOO OROOND P 1.00 ft. attcacUvsspanimeol
Ins lUuombll 121 Lake Beulan no experience. ai will eo eollrc 0 Bookkeeping BOY B Dd Icol. new tl... butterfly 1110 rR. 4 dh. b.rd... ri. unlel 111* Ar.n. Street pnoni hr.. losadry l.cUlt'
0.191, ,COLORED PERSON 25 to ApplyPersonnel in all Priam o( company accountni trained I ".1411. ._Ch._ o.1. b..l'. tram.nUtlon U.JITI p m r..Uon 0,0w Trll" CIty.Ssrtow .
45 Start any Monday .o. eervlce ro 0 1. Oood Is will ncru Hluhwsy. P.'..
SHIRLEY PLOWER and Hobby years of age. Experienced Office Oood pay and. compani !!, ton .. POR BALE, Weit wH.me Moblll 1.10
0.115. MU
.hop. 1140 South Florida Con.pliw in office work brasIlia. Muil hive tranipona_ Day or Night Barter A Exchange 1.93.II'J "OI', 11100 1141 N.e'lamps NiCE duplei Line bith
II... of millinery luppllm. filing. lI.n. i 9 A MIS IC 'H convertible ..", P. W H.ov. plenty' clo"eu. "'. poren
Ins.... malrrlalaMA typing bookkeeping, and MAAS BROTHERS Apply 1 'I Beo a 3.JS Himp tea< IS TRAVELLER toIlet Prr1ato. MU 2-tiat,.h' But
Lakeland JOHNsON 10 HP. tao ra. ,
slitS in llfMl 1451.
Rail I II cashier. Woman preferred, Florida! State Employment Business I Want I snuar molar .-.h Dr.r 8 OU..Dl ,iiratar. clove with oven llooi
Institute, Inc. 0 ru.uc. twin coucMec. N I C S L V FURNISHED collate
look rod to LaMondi Wi bad would consider man. Must YOUNG Service WILL TRADI hISS Chevrolet H -he AND 'a? oiras llolAlr Ch nria Cha''.. Dldler, Rout I. 'll, Ion In air conditioned newly
a ball But far werep t you en have good personality for LADYWe I On Lake Wire, Lakeland tao pickup, toed inape ,hen boll.Inside lets. boll> Iou door. low ", Wlflten Haven. on Lake 13., doo.d. quiet permanent ...-
limit 1 Phone 6869854 and trailer. Ml 0411. .... endrlhlcu o'"ln.l. I.off Lynchburi Road .ran.i ulli Ill lava Lime
Th.v.t5us.Ir.m Ito 11 dealing with tenants. Post need a young lady for ala (ait Lemon StreetLakolan I 11.1. TraIler Pirk
.* Saturday, And no* at his tion bonded. 1 99 Boats MotorsSuppU. pij' itTk Oood .1.1nl. POR RENT lurnlihed apartmentlrlclty .
Bar Mir hive 4.. Hlthballa. Eight hours a automobile billing clerk. CT ONE MOBILE home, 10 IM Pace : and water turnlihed

DAY OR HIOMT day, five days a week. She must be a fast and accurate "3H14 winur H.un.WI ._.,. '*1 model. 1I'.J1' patlpnlnf lit "'Dl 1243 Ktthlren RPkdXOSB .
I Lot'. 10 aialn-OKt I II call CT CASInO CRUISER 18 Kaufman .. 10'120' On. ton Call
a-OOJJ Winter Write P. 0. Box 1009, Lake typist and have tome LIVESTOCK SO HP Johnion electric. lop' tide FINANCE Tour, .redltls -t Pacemiker..p'l .8..07
Harm tot
our 56 ,.,taini. Oator ,od, Low u 140 Iowa (unihlnied : Twp lane
l 711 with R" DWNTWH.
Salesmen patio awnlhi 1
reieryatloai nut now_ land. shorthand. Preference will U. Can eit-IMI D4 I Holiday : :,.".. UUIU. 114 .....1'.
.18 Oegi Cots Pets J./.n.n .l.1 York. 113.402 ,
SILVER DOLLAR Spencer (oundatloa be given to someone with IIALIII"AH I'I PORfHS Super 50-4.008 P.'.. .0Ull
._1.1.. until leth CU Ion WANTID iso b.soc US. Coast Guard mile, APARTMENTS 19 SO 11150
..... automobile title and contract delivery. ate ll-so Cpmuiiuoa -13 'M3 HILLCRIST Iwo brdcuoans,
.1.\11. Sarah Short MUI4W14 iirrra POODLE SHOPPO. Pr.. 1110 and IIS per week. LidhteFiler .
I Pint tiii'Ruao ..... .
Ills MusI snil
compiny benefit hospital IH.I..I Approved R.nr" waion MU .un
experience or 10l'1elegal healtn nation croup life accident and pies croomtni Kithleen Road itudi. Shop Pup.I28J LIFE PRESERVERS On W. Oak A>.".in 11. 0 P5005555,. .10 PIes Tamps and. lit Alto II'hlth.d.. Childrenrelcome roomi.

BUILDING TRADES ATTENTIONMEN experience. Applicantmust 44 Lake Apply wira Drive Bordaai. Dairy. $O.3.454e. Home, III-Mil MU 1-0010 Hlnhway. 414 Salt 0._. MU I.HI7.
neat appear EOISTEHKD CHIMUAHUAa ,... to 19 000 POUR ROOMS and bath dseiyAm.clcan

14 Building, Carpentering' & WOMEN ance, able to meet the pubic 58 Work Ws.tsdFACTOR .nonthi. and..m.1.hl.lI older, (cr5511. male atudervici Jackets, small, each..82.48 MU milei a.I0 radIo, Dunlin Una. u,600 .124 Trucks, Trailers mine pool lurlu... Adulla BuccinHIRES ..1..

A.. II.41 Units U you enjoy and accustomed to work. MU li3nOAKC ackets, large, each.$2)8 1110. CHIOYOLER. Closu enAct. .I FOnD iteel flit pod lIt ton ROOMS and bath, iroundloor
ooriKO WINDOWS aluminum work continue readlni Kill ad ing under pressure. na and WORK wapled Mow WHITI colo.b..d Poodl.s Ion Jackets', medium, each $2.65 I.nl raualn. cndl.n. AlI' 0pm MU I .20I'.UI' Dineland ."".D. Phono
"idlni porobii, repilri. 1I&er. diMini Iownsutnm16t. .. C.U MU 3.ia3 call MU tirptul MU 3.02M,
tioni 00 ..Ohll>. M pay SSContraetmi After tralnlni period would you LAKELAND FORD Quick tervlce Cats Son free eell each ....$2.78 COMET: 'os. lour door I TRAIIIR. .., All for
Ado OIlMAN nation 0"
PhrpIinrdn .
... 5510 Pred L Po...,. MO Thn. ROOMa lurnlihed apart.
Com. IniuredPhono lib U T .
menue day builneut fnmslrs loft, Call .n"4II1. air .Ion.[ Btlik, radio sod huler .196. 1141 Nortu Crystal Late. TIR11
MU 1.1312 A. SWaiey.nan. > i 100755 heed annual I ularymd CO., INC. STUDENT MALE ....Ir.. part toun.ntt.nSor .n .... .nd.. GENERAL HARDWARE ""t\l\ pew 1300 Air conditionedPor Drive III.3403SI mtt Case Elderly P.lm.llo.IXCPIONALLY couple. preferredus .
MU I 2081 P Caau. .
ithir trlnie benedu inch 125 Lake Mirror Drive I time'J3.I0 hookkeeplni l. Barlow poiltlon between Call S10 UNRBU18TERED THOROUGH 210 E. Pine MU 2.0627 tie Perton A 1 .0ndll.l .low. mileace can. PORO pickup Tr.de. (or"'I NIC new

21 teeflngROOPINO ai snoop hoipltalltitlon lift toUrilCI. ALE8LADIU and S 30 Wsekdapu, BRED ....1. pupnlei Bli wIsh I..n.. I low down .dl o 10 wasuo.MU t 47B1 U de
WANTED cab .ndlton.d
with M.lmunl
." paid ....u.n.. U sowrit. merchendlilnpand department JUNIOR WEST all lawn oil (or ails. MU .-OO KATIBAS HARDWARE 30 monthi Ivxi than 140 monthly tOll FORD ...00 V.I two spend. .. Telephone 302414 SIS

workmaaihip . b..d ability No eiperlenco ... I. and icri Pho". U 12' aluminum van body. ridior Etut Charlet Sliest
1027 Lakeland Plorl.da nec ipraylny' houee .
hasp paymanla. .... wndlnf recent photo which us,r. Am 25.41. r W. Wool and pamtlni. phone MO l 1311. 1 UvttockAT 826 834 N. Florida Ave. II 10BO VOLKSWAOIN Pinel Truck, h...., Excellent condition, III83 APARTMENT: LIVING dlnlnc.
01.... Lam..., Company 000 ononto gouth at.. ir noon..ic. MU 13700 724 Phone MU 2-0713 loading lyon at sIlo and back .I. lichen. bedroom bath newly
w, Main, MO 14141. does not hare to be returned.MAIDS WANTED' :: CAR hop. II or our Creicent Or ve, Lakeland PlorldaLIOHT STUD Rim-o. .thoro"' .. Jj] Weit Bonny Drivi 0 3.2211 CH"VROLE one Ion, I... ecortwd. utllitiee furnmhid IH5RMIdencc ,
Uht' and day. bred. prandioit o( Mao.W.r, 14 DOUBLE bottom iberilai ill loo7Oreep hin PoliO III.1171. pfllcp B834JO .
ALL TYPES reildentlal or pommerclal Apply In oenon CARPENTiRINO a' 1 IDOl CHEVROLET Impala mi. .oul..d'
a .
0' If
honda. ,
Prod ... .
il -
Ocean HP Ednrude Ian pulllni
rood repaired or replaced Whirl wind Drive In. 1433 L.... p1151155 Won. by lOll Ii bou,. inns bontsrn send ... 'Uhboul., ,. mo. with white top, Powenlide. t..I. .n
Jumper. CIa tar tilt .
YARDMEN baby iltteri" MU aSlltBKCAUHE or sell
McCoy Uoo(.ni aid SMut Metal and H lie Bltd .U J.2IOG t.II. puwrr ileirlni, power brakethealer . '1161111 nod bath Spar

114 W.., Ollee. MO I.Jill otflco help bandy .man Refer WAITREMS WANTID, anal and WILL CARl .R.n.l C 211. Wlhl'l OP III health,-i il.000 actual subs. oni lots PORD Van Trurk Plekiffrr CriIal RO'L.k 50551. ..
C onesan 4 fcealta .41. required Soc children whileither ; .
new I HP Sea oflorn 01425. WIll toil I..d.Plnn.lh. . Mark Tridlni Poit soaslfuw .,
ALL TYPES rooitn np.I,.. orrepliced ss3450. d..nd.b.. Lakliaod LaD" MuIS -. works, DIM and .... tar. u.ed 3 d.I... coil Iil.. eell cm hi irrmud. .il. Timpa e'.IO.
Repair tuaranteed I 10 .Ini. MU 17841ATTRACTIVE AUCTION for ...ll.. U> Weit Robwar 17J Hlb..7. LARQK APARTMENT nice clean
C. Deeeon Roolin Co. 6M3 lUl. sod well urnlihed Front 00.trance .
S3 Help Wanted, Female! 54 Help Wanted Malt " WOMAN In "' ''ll... Special Horn SaIlSATURDAY IU 2161, tool CIVROLE la.Pile con": 25 Buses private on but
24 Plllter.Stuec.PLAIITPING. eoo. al work. Imchln back 1PM I,' OVKRNITIR. 1 HP motor. .. bl. .1 whlia topInterior .1101. bl. .1'. Ideale
irtuad 2
WAITRSP "ANTaD. 511 II It, drsir.uchsilnnslc. no.attics. 711 Weit rId Power iteerini:1OOD to couple M9.I4i
J' '21 WooS MnmanIst nosisoard' I TERMITE: AND Plot control Mill.EKpertenco . 1300 minimum. Write Pus AIM 10 .. lot to tell Nuro. ..'I' broh.a and elId. air' nundlfionnd, UUD. .CHOS kulPl C1.nPrd.
"TCHINO. ..5WrElinin. "' .D. hilpul, Bruce M JB., Likeland Ledieritet wIlt., WIll labs nc.du. Chlrl. andolbon 5. MU TIIRE rURNIIHJ ri.m
AutIrshlana 555 ..dlll.... UADIIA EARN a ..n ilae In- TInmiala. J21 Hew Aubllrndilo WANT PG COFF NEW AUCTION NEW 10' 3'0 un .. 131 north Lincoln A'. llh'h. '.
Pnoi ..II...,... lice...... Jilt iii.nal. 1m. 555 .nlo 'I..h' work.is. HUlls.. .iailtIe CARPINTIRflIO sorb send Lsk.'lsndSscb 16' I /n.nr. .11. l 1.197..iL.1 .u.. p100. in .Bay.
IIIU 54535 .ndllloD, s5 hI .awl htmtI. Sstsrr, n.aoonabls : whIU two door
) Pull. hush dealer Pullor prick No lob loG ....11. 51.34.101HOMI I o( Old Auclloi Mirkit fiberglass fishing boats 50 slIck ihilt, Tadis.:i

part time Per further In.formation CAREEROPPORTUNITIES IILPAlRI: O.n".1 ear.petter ., Pried to sell with Murray I oucolmos t flow lutieieaa RENTALS BETTER CHIAPTRI
call '_84' rlmt I woik, csklant "or. HOR"KI FOR tail or tradl. ..1 300 ash, MU 1-len?. r'
now free 5005034SSAM8TIIL& .I"O. AND 3 roam sparhmeola. 130.
1155 BTUDEBAKKR coupl. 1>4Dodie > monll YlsrsnooadralOs.
CUT VACANCYTIME. WOMAN WITH Ibove ate ... We have more qualified DESIRES' lob i 10..1 PINTO POSY, soiltie. antI brok.P0. Will Finance. lour door. Clean, rh.sp.fr..dIalls. 121 Business' Pieces for Rest 11 .p Srlvatl. bath and no.banns. .

.1.. ability and noel ,.fr.omeo., I 111! children. t clothoi, MU "I 011I.. fbi' horses ton MI. Corner North Florida and ..I KV 05503.mona CI.a nod D..I, d....
... 9O-IO Hen acbool educattnnir leads than our staff can AIM p.'lur for rent, lao.Till. rated I Clvlo C nnter.re o Phone
IRONINO ... mine"ReaMnabla V.5. 8.IAI.
AND d.
betur ear neceuary. small take care of. I'm looking Call MU him Memorial Blvd. lour CHIVROLE, 5otonatI. 840 SQ. FT. i Mn Walker. 019.e 9.. 6 J.OKII9 .
mount of '.'.tine. eorna 1..41. 2-I9I7 UJ6 72 Wanted Llvottock P.tl"ANTD' .. .Kill,
.10. h..tsr. '&75. .n
Won lui Slreet Caro.r
urnlihed, Tborouih SalamI withipportunlty for 15 ambitious men
. I over .1 102 SIred OFFICE FOR RENTI!
( I r advaneomwould COLORED WOMAN ....,.. worf ; ; Clothing I
21 who '
want 'round A f., In Turk". Orut Star Bulldlni'
year 45117 i
eonilde-r part time bull i loll
MU 1..011. 'a 4-door BelAIrted '31 EAST Sells vuta tour room
with Write tl.lni oltllnp of prerlouirtinci tmployment No strikes, no I Wi par lop pniel OHO YELLOW 10.m.l. III! II in. Kuni lood No ao'ua' Paled panlins I. frost pmment leO. me:urieitllltlei
I rent Classified Ads .. education etc. 10 I.. 30 Poweri ,. MU '03. 520, Short ...Il formal tu,. roan 1150 113.1479 .nd n.snl T...a I... 1d.altic Joe Ault..Iu".
P.ihO. Laielind LedierrrICE layoffs, hour week luol. mh. 14. IIS Roth doctoc'i sIflos medIcal U. 1..ll.
Room, apartment, house, pleasant work, excellentpay. FINANCIAL I.. .0w, ".'.1. .. 055.45.15. I9M BELAIR cn.ol.l. four .uppl .uIlt. C.nl..1 b.sIlosand 7
} EXPERIENCE with tome door hardlop trim. air conditionlni Oils month HURRY, HURRY luslnacated
store . Want Ad. bring jrtdlt ,..,...... Pull company MERCHANDISES ml.lon. ..o.,.ulom."c.1'rn. and m r Call T. R Tucker, J,.. Pest.l.ur sod rcnovited. Ground door do.il >
benellti food worklna condtoni 62 MslciMi Opportunities 103 Furniture & Apptionctt brikci. firiory air, .1.. clean, MU 8.7111, lit apartmint On biautilul Lake
,... ... .
with Amorlcil lirfiit
you tenants fast. Dial MU Apply la ...roo. Zai.'., ill EutBUSINESS Apply 310 Arcade Building Bicycles VACUUM CLEANERS I6US MU .4112.IIU FOR RENT Office ...c. with Mo.ln. 602-5453. __
Ih.nWAITRI..EI CHOICB BOBINEBS and Incomeproperuec Motoreyl. .buil no.nonditisood OLD.MOBILI J.m. ....41. ... Ia. ier.lcl. Call .l .ai lCANDLELIGHT NICELY 4551i05C5csib.s.
9am rURNI.lil
Monday SaturdayWAN1LD Mel new f.P. PTtflIf 11010 | ..
61151. Rudy LMLA. V. bolwuen I
AND cook onaniod4rpm Realtor HI TRrlPI AND Yamaha aaiei Onasslisid B..I. J ClInelindSinlnhta Onenlns' HI.t..o".d . RESTAURANTadlolnlni Ni
In ",....,. 1031 hut Mats : MALE ..... lot part IIIU410', B. Memorial Blvdt . Bloetrte atarmodela B 3 tart MU 3..141 0041 ondlUon. motel for leiie or nntBeitlni toO ".
oan4etn. .82-081 'um. work. In hardware atari. iperte model I.. cipiclty. toe Fully Mulpi OARAQS niar
--- -- ----- I 'I naallt&IonsOao. I eiperlencewrite COIN Laundrlei. 40 .......... 13! airS Llkelind Cyole Ca. '1 RE.RIOIRATR8. W A,S. M..B..RI labs VOl.K5WAOIPI. send .'ndl.l.h. ". hltchen., Iwo dlnlna rooms. CIEAII.011.. pelnate ..O.rm.nL.. .n.d
Sos M.985. Lakeland Ledier IrI.... Eieelllnt locatloa. batn Won Memoriil 111.D1UI ..._.. ..I con.llon. AI 5,. Sill MouU.llo A nopas. noodltlohed. Loniled .n Route 50101,. eaton lurnil.d.. a \ I
01010 John t. Brinnaa. Real PrmD' etnerarrftco 21 lII... miles south 01 i.sk.waifs. 8D6.3. ,
: r HONDA 300. psw sop ui Ion cood yard ,o"l. .
WANTED XPbRIINCID paint SOP 5064t03HOMSPOIJa 11,00 I. an 117 Atombll'a i, Phone I Itai or write
, sad bedp "' .n. A..I Civil Sure- .ndll.h. $670. I shIn. nil anons,00r X.I.lalI, sad. Wanl.d P O. sos Ml Like Wain THREE ROM uirannsimarumppt.
Ins Orilte. CIt y BillFOUR ...t.1 unite eom .0' 41..1. .. n.AD'.U& ,J. .. ulilltr depoilwater ',
SERVICE S plotely iroahed Hood location ... 1330 Auburndala WANTED CL'AN ran. I tlO Hunter (....
A 1 129 Furnished ..
MEN IirereU'n Country 411.8431WANTED Club, hilts. 140 o 1ITI NO.1 C.I Ml U '. .8 Apartment 010 111.01

NEEDED IMMEDIATELY SPRIG SPECIALS TV buill BARGAINS and fuaranteed Completely 131 pi and re- .rAy.. ..41.CASH, .$7 for m..I.plchup 1.11'".sail 0' nile FURNISHED b." .OR, unfrDI."ad. prIt I*1500145 lu.nlh.d AND,

TO BUY PP Proa intialietlon AlwariLakeland "U 5.5554, 120a ."
DIRECTORYFOR 2 lull time 2 part time '. but "P la new oruied "til 00 MU monthly 5-4445 N.no. Apartentl -/ I.t
1964 CASN IN 5 flash. a.e or pIckon
Beautiful 'HIFl" NE.
I Car necessary Apply Polk County TV al Nile.. D TV.IIU 13)0Auburndele 000 '52 0' Old" c.n 004-4051. Wilo. UPFER TWO Pedroomi. llelM door. .p.'lm"nfUl"-/1/
106 South Missouri Ave. Liquor license. blue Custom equlpj.. MU I.. O. sill_ esowucsWANTED' room II.I.D. bath cedar aloiiuwear sir twin '
Adulla .P.l.
men!. 4134147MOFIL
YOU TO USE AS A QUICK REFERENCE \ 1:00: P.M. to 2:30: P.M. Write Box M-271 I SAVE wracks, I on ,..h Pranpl.scsor nlrhsp ala APART..INT one and 3 5',, ...manIa idulti.
Monday Call l, 153lIesWI .
111" fur
ma '
Lakeland Ledger.HOU8E 19M XLCH 23 to 50; -1 001.. 1..n. u&IU. IRST PLOOR-will (urnllhldbedroom .
WHEN YOU NEED ITI .HI.FI Purple. : PAY .1. up lor Junk tarl 1 olb.d. "Ola Mew OCafatsila,
LAYOUT MEN .t nsriura I oplite Pret .mp. HI.b. ace c..p.t.
on pick up Tonkol IronMetil sail ____ n b... US Avp.
only lull, oiperlenced In.Dh..ID. In. 682.HIT .
> ........, tools of Uid SMALL OROCERY with ll.ln< BADCOCK'SRe.Bullt THR"1 AoMH. ilun aulet ..n. n..
ou.".,.. Excillrnt Only one left .David. ill
Appliances Picture Frames opportunity Harley lo'UOh 111" kl".n. Vificlencrrivtte
should apply at lOIn" time Rat AIR CONDITIONED
I for retired .. Room utillliee .
couple to ...I.m.nt Living only
j> 45 per hour CantonS TonTowndrow Inca",,. Poo h.lIIlb-mun sell son SCAT. CASH FOR YOUR CAR Park ni .02.UOJrURNIHHID Adull iamb. neir Hutchlnion
POR PROMPT repun on refrlc- PICTURB PRAMES' Beeutllulramii prank Murphy Corp Call 112.1433 Furniture oaucIe. 4108 WorSt Plonda
raton waihlni ....hln... andappllaneei and mouldmi. Cuilom i iidI sad Pembroke. Plorda Phone Bar S 3 and 4 D ece Psodanvis Chnrol.t APAHlMINTS
call Tbrlfty CII,.,.. made. OalBM Art Shop. '0... .n.JUO 0' .13.317. Pot AND butlneii for inlt baawasr. These brand Hem* room suites h, pour ..I' Ill 0000, Tlun.s.... 1..1..1. ,
fcertke 00...."" .... ...-.1... 3007 Orlrini B'rert, MD 5-3J04 Mesds SI WAtor .4111.. 117. 5,5 Huhwar II out of Plant new 1964 Priced ai Low ta I I. .8 MTJ 2.IAIITTRACT1VELY A.nu.iUK... .140, month Clean,
.o poll iccipiede
.qaat apsortaslip.mploner. City 75.3735PARINhJOIHIp HA R LEY Davidsons and a
I L. nod eloea
$8995: and W."Ora
At. Repairs SsrtkeAttl Plumbing Svppliei POR lap Auto big stock of clean used up. and two bedroom ..."m'Dl. sos dl.O7
leoirw rebulldlni, Will train, for ipecticulir SavlnnIn OouUi florid Phani <07URNIBHID

FREEI mod' S.. 6eorc.iMM L H. MORRIS Do-It foulPluBblnt ... ? COMPUTER imall .Inveitment. Potential. un.Imited motorcycles are now on Jis. und furniture HIGH? 1 OR leml urnlihed LOVmV, CLOtS carport.In No one pots or. 11 417South
and Elictrlcal BupplliiFree After I 883 4.J1IMirk
.. Ceaier 1118 Perth Florida play at VISIT BADCOCK'SUsed SI .uUlul L.k. "n'lh. 113MU Solo
Avenue for that lummw faca.lately ., Infomitlon and delle ". OPERATOR .13 WIUIT MemorIal HInd Cernr Pnndsnnls, Cbn..I. 91 PaP aft Lube Mertas Dries. .
'10. inspection on Uu tool rental pipe eul and thread. I 1..Uo. Nouns 1141 m.hlll. Colt Furniture ,lou I.... .. tend 3..515l. POUR ROOMS ground floor, nice
.....llr car. WHO the slosh .1... .1, 14 noun eonrice 11(141188o MU 33750R5TAURANT Department oil home in CDC you can afford ;17 urnlihed apartment for Juni
Ironic ...ul.."' .." Our ....chtnIClr. .l34. Lakeland Large phosphate company POLK COUNTY Bei Mr. Ruuall POIVATI. INTRANCI room. snrlo.d July and Aucuil Al r conditioned
.. pectiN tike eiro of all aulomoUti has for EQGIPMfNT: HARLEY In Mulberry _o.c" 1.lnr. 10.41.001.. HI Last Pilmetlo evemne'
vacancy : and butlneit Excellent lac.UOD DAVIDSON Ikh.n. C oo.n leni BouUi.do
repair, Call .n.Ja 3Alll.u.n Printing .lUi ood but .. ... The union nelnhhochood. Couple TNI doer1
nr lolni ncBrer you miki will mnri PENDARVISCHEVROLET: only m T.1
lad I... W. live sAil high school graduatewith horn.. 418 4 I", Iti.toolLET ... 1043 New Tampa Hiway'Come ISbn piy for your limp. and UlpMulbirry "1.311. . .0 petiAdulti .
Ones \aID" FOR ALL your pnntint n .I.. 1101 Florida AVI.priCIKNCY .
1-4404 Commercial ::. minimum one US Miss lou how you cm NICI LOCATION, Ctnsu and .uU
nsII MTJ build r nor.,. profttibli bu.l.n. on In and 'Talk pl..n' Laos. eluosh ,oar.
A.ts S..? Ce.srtLLNDB Iln.. Uttartaeada IIlbo..phlna.S.nle. year experience in ... worklm part or lull time 1 Trade' with El." W. S. BADCOCK CORP. Adull PsrhIpI, *sI.c fucntsued APARTMENT. sIr
entrav n punch card data procssing Write PO Sos 2209 or rail MU 910 N florid Ava 3ao .., C.nn.n. ndlllonid. modern Lotited 830alnut
1.34,81. between I and II I street Call III 4370
AUTO Seal Covert Com- am $11.1.
Radiator experience. Tech. Main Store and Wirehouiei PAY "h Iorslrin nIcer COT ELECTRIC kltchllARAUC .
pl... automotive Interior S3I ; TXXAC'O INC hull.nl lo.stloabr Mulberry. Plor di pickup. '1 or older MU I.<40S ... pninstl. .ul.d for two IXIU.AND CL08S to everyTIHRCE
lass ".ID. Phone MO S-7110Csncrtts ANY TYPI .dl.LO servlrl.ctnstlu. nical training with data I.... In Aetonndsl .... 00Hluhwa 97 Articles For Sals-Mlic. Mulberry Store Houris : 'waler orldd W. Nun.pooh. lbla. One .t Onanue PsnI Aol.nu. .,

.. ,_ID.. rebuitdinlPnddn .a P.," tralnl. nsa..Iiski. I m to I p m, Salt' ,. PM nltn 121 Mobile Homes 502.2515 : All atIlItlos tucolsk.d. C.r.t.
processing .. Co.leot II ... Rllah......, ., NU 3.J883
5 Radiator ....,... IIIU AUTO GLASS and repair, until 8 S II ALL MODIRS sparImaill, :
.161. highly desirable. This isa.771 I. enolrIl3.lo.aCHILSI parti tnilallrd For r.... nllmitiII Open Al Do Wedneidayvar ItAILSR BALIS nalali. I"u" I adlulloseta. for adult. I. loot NICE too tolls. 140,'0.Ap.rlm.nl

LICENSED CONCRSTS centraltor RADIATOR, BLOCKS cleaned position offers excellent STORE In drove Park .. Cliff Ward. 111 NOrth ManMU 0 1 . sloTh tempi ttoriic, auoptletirfd In. I.'on Pioooe NU 3.7335 130 and up
Drl.ewayi. fI..... Hd.wi kiitepi 'on alilnil' Cyclo-PIo' method Ri. an be bOught Mint. Well ..1... 2.01 Florida .". bondid P..t., ind. T 1..1.. R.llo.. 61] 2J74
." ..... curb. PatiOS andkridiei pun all ,,_. ampler.. 3103 opportunity for ad. uhed and only one ol Hi kind POUTS ireitlr Lakeland A-iodite atore aiiporlera Jack'!. nllonl Niwh F500lI. APARTl.. .:TWO i.- liupleition ,

Lakeland. L H. N."... Ill HIS. south Florida 111204M' I II vancement, p e r Ion a I Call In county N,. Utterback. owner it I leavlnc J, C town Purl ICLtlill.. 1" completely 810'k Will No Pord.Tr.1 You AvpBadco rtlrht Tneca Niuhwse, MO .-m.. busIed No, poll lnQ.lr aol Len nIcely. furl.b.d month, Oroo Water ParS furtied .....
Sic.t.IPPICILICY 171 per
enssarm with I o.
Radio t TV Repair I growth and financial rewards LMLAr3 Realtor. Office 111-0311 Member and III So pair TWO THRrE: pIscsb.dosom 50Uoaonn blOt 555? SIPORTOMAS.eerclmsat eoOditboo.30 00';. APART..INT, Ciateal n el.o I..
I Home dillviry Ito, .... 81.nd.W.lnUl. Two Hurl iec.lonil
DisperSes Preferred age 20 Phono and Hollywood brda IIUjtl l.nms. or euuIIp plus par.1 lo.unn Pninal. katie sudnoicaur. POUI RONB. sOd floor. Well
EXPERT RADIO and TV Bmioe: Intvrance '4100. Watford Manufacturing .iU 1 DenIse Circle. U.III.forolslmd. Ad. hl', airy Yearly leauil
CUSTOM MAUI ......... ellpcoe- titus free moiiuirp scooting. after to 30. Send complete 'l.bo fV a from Oil up OuirTV I hoot I palCl.AhSiPIhDpI8pLA" I oils Dole .8-IOa, 3U Boutn lo.C
I fabric our lot I. repaired la pur m.d., I .. ... WocklnnCr515lull DUNCAN PUrrs dlnlnl .t'rab
Ira and upholiurip, Tour ID'au' .rnshopa I a fair price. Briat resume to Employment SAFI DRIVIRB ass 35 Ie n unsa _' Illr.. ..1.. Provincial tola, down I I_ I __ CLASSI'ICO. '. DISPLAY -QISfLAY- -
Free "lIm.1ID I Ii --- -- -- --
pr oun Eaiy ....... taal New roar art la sod sine 101 or nail I, Supervisor Post Office qualify for 110000 120,000 IS.000Liability 1. oermrl MU ".41".1. . Bel of rook cryitil hlsr1rISIOVI. r ," -
home 37. .
R..d' RaIls and TY. "U Iniunnre for 11 low n see N. W.b... i. refrlieratar, prarUrallyiihim
Tampa HUowir $584556.Feeces .1110. 412 Lontdllow. put to Box 867, Bartow, Flor- '625 a yiar. 8Rla Plllnli lor so.nidoato sw mirhini and mi.
'Jam" S M'nnn 600p without in utanre. Senior .' .1:sneoo.ac tunIcs *M 7672
da Drlnn. AHlin hiawlisea.' AUCTIONFrday

I RowiavlngPOR I .pay plant. Hirrey BmlUi. AnIse. Kites Only --Wi.rNOH. UBI. IJ4 Jeffer.Avenue efrlc. CRESTVIEW MOBILE HOMES"Where

MUTUAL PENCE Company. too. ISO-lilt.u sooth Florida A .nu.. pnoni ln MU I.184J.

Loweet P...... .. dawn pajmentluarantred EXPERT reweaeini at .011I'' The following positions are ; P.M ELECTRIC REPRIOERATOR, 530automatIc

We weal bo .041.-,lolia, mail cliarette buruite. ,: at Lakeland We bur ...h... 849 electric
our new or o'
aold Lakeland Induttry.. Mr413S I. Mil Kellun BcveafUl sore.los. open 1165 Mortgages .1 ran... 30 automatic oven. .. Low Prices Are Born and Never Raised"
Free oetlmatiaFuraitvre. 4IO3I1Scretn store Building materials JIMMY WALKER'SAUCTION Ibis pven door. neon III hie. nsnrelm I Il50

i salesmen; plumbing, heating SOT BUILD, Mil rednanoe PMA CENTER ., Of lj438S !
Repairs and 'A morlaaiei Pint Mori.
I and air conditioning' .ill Corp of Plonda pOI B ".,. I SIM 0 S 03 last TIQ i' LUT.k: "We cordially invite you to visit and
OclihitO; I1IPAIRED. iD..c' wirOicrenuin. Ida A..., MO 13', l,pe .
IriS uralturo price wood .. salesmen Must be experienced DISHES-BOOKS. ., llemi Ia. hilr ilnile bed MU 8.OU4,
I. I
BRIDES rnplaend HOMS IMPROVEMENT loam tolepaIr blee aba d... .. selection of fine Mobile
I Matttwi Purnllure phone OS2- ...laI r..ID",. PIck al CumIn Car essential. Liberal To palnssrs, 14 on Also. "..... appllanoei n and other'.r... 104 Cos Oil Fell inspect our Home"AT
Sill M'.Ue I' ,
CODa Coneolldatlon Prompt loreIn.
benefit plan including inure at 3401 Cochren Street aftWibaih
Lakeland ..orl.... CorpMuta AienueB1AUTIKUL .
I Incsme Tu Swimming Peels savings and retirement plan 211I T n.s.a... Arenue, PROPANS OAI for nookIel. best.,

I FOOL*" C L I A 1'1 S D. '.P."ad paid vacation, Immediate .a.1I7J, 'it luil 81 IS per HAWAIIAN yard. ..DrID'.ni hot we ..C.I.l 8IH. irricitlon'jaoS, Ivy'I."u"lr. i Im 743 East Memorial Blvd. ( Next to McDonald's )

INCOME TAX pa IP t. S. r"I..II. suppii.l.eolpoinal. discount privileges COlon prlnu. at II and man .1 Service 1391 New
WOL 701 lasS Main ..at reduced pricei, Wall.toearpot Auburndtia HifhwayIDS Phone 682.8656
$SandttpH&R MO w-IJM I' Contact Mrs A. Cuyler HORTICULTURE .11I1 .r 005 5155505 5 to
yoU' ma and edud Preeenl itockrcludei
FOR I.. r l.sau posts, call Clsnko.ne.n.P4.Ct Jewelry
Personnel ManagerMONTGOMERY .
Block Co. ouunus, 651-5040 71 Firtlllzsr, Feed, Soil : and Candy 101 It.IP. Hi 5,10.Twssds .laCoied .

Weekdin. SAM. W S fli.Bat. TelevitlemUphsliterlng I Sundiri O c, HimllionPibrlci WI PY each. .I..D.. Sold TWO
A) Sun SMS OROOHD PeAT muck Prat and Dido City Hwy 8. 1.7nitni .In.. old sold piallsan. .1.., BEDROOMWas
WARD toll mt.... Located 2100 BMa,. Norm of Intentat 1-loon's JSwshcl, 101 lolll ',
106 West Walnut St. rOETl2.hVlZtON .....,.. o. nflmiAnI. 10:6 E. Memorial Blvd. Pal 0'.11I. tfj 3-4131 Id..
..... nellabis ....,... soil 1 SAL
Photw 686-1958 YU 0.IID6 t:30 4.30 CHAN PHOUPHATB land for FURNITURE
Cft USED and
Ihrlfl' 106 t Teals FRONTIER $5495
I 50x10 $4895
I...in, Also iind ind dirt for nil Mochlniry . . . I. .
a 0..,.. MU SM7SuROONO : appliances, upholstering I
lamp Kipsln TWO HID: wcldrrt ISO 004325 STAR 50x10 . $4500 $3995
PEAT. II cubic yen Itnatd Buy sell, trade. H & M amp. Biril pr" Alioiy Saw . .
UI'HOLiiTiRIMl s.c.MI .
LAMPS REPLACEMENT: : Imperial l"PiLamp >.. aA"dLTI Blip covert and .,.- n .-. Bawl 81111 Plat.1.Company.. SM-I7I4 4311Likened I Bargain House, Highway 9fl wildirl 1448 Po..b.lI I TITAN 51 x 10 . . . $4400 $3995

Btudloe pane. 2601 and Oouia repair 0'1.... Ae. _.blo Prep eiiimatei PM-4440 pick SOS 16sod Local industrial company North at Cibsonia MU 2. 07 Plumbing SuppliesMontgomery . .
delleery Phone PACEMAKER 50x10 $4400 $3895
72 Flowers Plants
Seeds . .
sum MU 0-4S3S i llmiwoith RoadVenetiac offers challenging 4304 ._ .

Iswnmowtr Repairs BllndlVtRl1CAt.M opportunity for college CLOBIIIG OOT. Aut.r.ndsnas. Ward
I d.uo. plsnhs II 00 per 100. PARLOR .LI IMP and porch GET A GAS HOT WATER
00 bonlsualolomaosSorIoFd. graduate with degree in white then I..' 13111 laos,Lfinsn :ch.'r.' lead conditionCill THREE BEDROOMWas
iharpened Buy end ..P....... .I..aad. agriculture. Should 3,OOO TRIPOUATC Linen, stun :
and toola I
ell mewerc. Kinioy, 1300 LanlerMO !..n.I'''''' Alai automablil! .... in IIS Valrnclai .. Lemon root ELILO I' 12). l.lo moIst Have Ho Water When
S-S340 .1 lan alInda A r-Lite MTJ 0-1711 have experience Norton FrIll Stand Hlcnway .t.. T.k parinto SAL

VII UDGIIaASSlfllD areas of agricultural education CUT ROllS asdOllo" puih< II.c..I.. .11II.1.0 Yo Nee Itt I
DOUGLAS 58x10 $5995 $4995
Painting I work on Doctor Huey root ito k, Risk 21 FRUCHAUP flit eeml. 1"1' fn.ll.l . . . . . .
ADS grove ROM. JIll South Florida A... nltb '84 llcenie. 1411 ....1. 117 N. Kentucky

PAINTING WASHING flaolIIP' county agent activities .... .6-01., IJ.31) MU 2- I03 PACEMAKER 56x10 . . . . $5695 $4595

........ inwrlor citertor work '1 MU 6-1151 Initial 193 ZIrj Zic iiwinc machine
Free eitimatei. reasonable. priceeSI11IIS. Phone supervision. 7) Foods, Fruits VsjTblsi ............. Balince 111 M or t I DOUGLAS 58x10 . . . . . $5995 $4995
IS30I1S DU. Turaan: assignment will be as per month Phono MU 2 6n. 101 Planet & MUIlel In I.

with ex raurr POR SALB Sal or bush.Oh 140' CHAIN link I..... poeu and
labor foreman Alto iMpped Woolly Pi.UII op la le. ._plo". 1100 Tlrmi JUST RECEIVED I "You Get More for Your at
cellent opportunity for Stand. :3401 Nertn Plorlda I... MU 3.1148 Caloa v.. Piinoi Money"

IF YOU WISH TO BE LISTED IN THIS advancement. Preferred lOlL i. COLOR TV CalIMU 3-4110 TEY.. .. f.l.lall".d., .Ul.rerondl All

to 30. Send complete -I 76 400 AMP. 38.b.ct.Ild9 ..
25: landscaping
resume to 01, en a pew pane
21M" .CI .
OO.ICA5T. Bell In
person-I HARDY CO.ff.Paoi later
nel Manager. :55anlI I n,o i. imi-ri. 4JO Rotamower "1.1 AT

For Classified 1115. Bartow I muter' Lawa 0.._ Ito. Te alun.num the .I CANNONV SIC CO 743 East Memorial Blvd.ANNOUNCEMENTS .
DIALMU 6.1 151-Ask I ice Box JIOI"'L t 'Un '' '''in unon 51110l0l0
t'REti :;: ::; 'I ',1o and four Ill C r 1 ": '1&
[Florida. 'ID II 041mm. .0 1-IO5I .1a" '. I;0 ML a.""68 I Ol't.N Mill Ai..\ bSl'.b.l I

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130 F.-rnlshed Heviti 130 Furnished. Houses WAS A MIUUONTOONE ore I THOUQflNbSiJ"AM' 190W V AGAIN FOC u..oJ SEW: TWO be4roai hgue. ...d, SACRirici rrvt room sod bath.
= AM' MI.'TH' W1 IT" BEEN far Inmedlau *e, ipncr. I'Mt Moor heal eludlo ....""anI. 311
.j TWO BEDROOM: homo, Adult TWO BKDROOMfl: electric .Itb. "= HE COULDN'TMflKI I *. WS CANT EVEM TrrftMK HIM? S SO MANY TIMES BEFORE, EH? *. IV llvini are*. kullV-l ranee South Iniraham IJ< Bui Wol.

.. IT V awnlni window*. full tile kauilerraaa .u
only No pet Reference* 'VO carport utllltf room moth t'
aonih. permanent rettdent. .03 sIlo month 121 Strain Bout*... = "J < ': \ n..... art.'0.6 Koreh THREI: BEDROOM bom In Mul.bern. .
1:.., ValenciaTWO MU .-aa.. Priced at sit.DM. MS SO a carport loris lot b..ulnprlre.
;... month alter a 1.. dawn ..., i. Low dw parmant Call
BEDROOMS rompletelfurnuhed Two 000000M 0r5 both older 'l: Can b* .... daily at Sun .11.2.8.
411 West Belmar. Irome boon. Modora I.t..o, of For Information .011 Jrr m.D"1
TWO bedroom torler -
per ..on h. Drlv b>. then toll floor "arol...... 060 m..lh. tarot die CT 4-111S or Dan block aehool IS.too.ioo .
I M C 1.0... Dick Realtir 101 llvint room and kitchen 111- CT 1-1433 lot on. .
.>: down son a
E.M.ln.. phone Ml 6-1133 n11. '
THREE ROOMB couple orulito CLEAN POUR room duplek. lineporin .
1n bedroom CB larae Florida 1"1 BEDROOM two buth.Brick .
I baby. ulllltlre optional. Near ku convenient loretlon lit utiuir. awnlni windowa. tIle THRU .
Temple P rk. IS kao1
and elore MO t-JSJg lull*. .....4321. 1501 Boone InaulaUd. ',rob ..bl....., near: llvlni horn room I. 1H20: ......
PI.... ,
cnaol atorea and ehurcnea Paved
124S WItBER-al. two bedroom paneled family rom wIth rieedne.rttt
carport. 115 Adults no pete TURFS ROOM cotlaie PoInt treeu.. no alt* taua Wondar-! flreplM Ctntril air and
1304 Jumle, ".n... 850 .... 000 00050 'urnltb. 110 week I ful aelihbarhood Ideal retirement two car paneled k.rnn. PtioneMO
I 1001NIW. CoIl 118'90.M I home. S7SOO Terna BUdlicojnl .-..3. altar 450.. for tub I* n>r eooltr.' .
and 50065
I iiiiiiNTw'bdr r 1l.u.e A., \1m. 8o\urd. ?
AND modern furnlilwd UI. 117 ......0. two blocie loot
baih electric kitchen summer for rent reasonable near .rp. or Wabatn In Barlln Acr. Aleotrad NO MONEY: needed Beet locationm
raue Adulta. no ...te. 2420 cop,. Khooli MU J-J4J9 ,* RENTALS RENTALS RENTALS REAL ESTATE REAL ESTATE for bulldmt lot .r 05.cI. Lakeland till Alton Drive,
lantlewoodCUTE CUTS AND p1.00 hou.. .n. b.d. Owner *S.8.3138.RIAfIOPiA8LI two bedroom ",010...,. Florldo

AND cost CB colts... torso room. .locl". kIr.chso. 11.ln. : : OWNER L w room. beautiful ,ord. ..* It theo
yard and thuds I..... lit Queen room. HI
Street Call MO 2-48JI for ap-, 703 [Ito ...chlr.. 8U-oot. two lull bathe lairs Florida LOCATION. thre

"MintmentSaARLY TWO "BEDROOM home:ciP : APARTMENTS Itn- BOARD WITH lunlbe. t* SO.TlsvIloa AIR CONDITIONED leetrle eel FIVE ACRE Iraota. SIS '0... $21lootS. TWO DUPL.XUODr) apartmental room I car carport brick On bnlroom two beta panol Florida
NEW three bedroom CB, Icelf lur.labldar.n.d .1. itlfi lurmihed .'n. UO week room Reaeonable. Ill heat Juit painted *utid and Mel StoOp Realtor. IS11 kltebene furnUhed Airidltloned. rear aid Fhon SIO S-4I3S *rUP room central boa5sdO lr con.dlttonlaa .
3'err.o to lioori. carport NI..I'I porch carport Mr/ .-.!lt3. Two bedroom tountrr homeOovniialr : tail: Oak Street. impleUIr redecorated InildaBuiltin I Memorial Blvd MO -4101. ... Excellent: return ea I-6MS built-in kitchen ....
SouUiilde apartmint oven tnd dlehweiher eetment.. Pb.... I2-O821. ... lot. Ill.600. 1800 down- ornothlnt
'urnlnned Reeponelble aduluy 0'" THREE: BEDROOM hou.. SIll .1 ONE: ACRE Alamo Drive with 3917 WILLOW A..",". Thraebedroom
T O To....... Realtor sag.neg door near ",bool. ehurrh .nd HSJ-292S 131 Unfurnished Aparrs. Two bedrooms and Florida room jflnleried houee. Wta Septic ffi XUINT SPECIAL New a battt ......\04 llvln. down rou Pay 010.101rsto. ....:
Beautuul Court.
lore. loo per month .3.2l3a lawn loos Bonor DrivePhone tank W, It WUII.", .. Realtor CB uplei, Eutaldei nartlallr room lamlli room. alroeodlllonni 3102 Vun
1ICE: CLIAN two bedroom nneianborhood 132 Hotels Apart. Houses LINCOLN C 0 O R T apartment MU '-ClaVi. 88..IU. irglihed near atorae, boll noIt aatlo. kitchen with *.U-". not
bu line by dour !LOVELY COTTAGE: two bedroom . Lakeland flood for colored OR BALE: or ".1. too bedroom.eoilu0. BUILDINO LOTS: Lot 100'1140'. ".... 83-1428. 3-2141 for .....'.'01..1. TEMPLE PARK. loop bedroom. 3

l Adulla only 101 Weit Patlereon Phone Aouthilde M1-4B private after en.ranee PARK AVENUE Hotel fenUr o' pi*. North tlnooln and Weet 1U In the r.ar. 11-1'3. .... ,8800 each Othera .pocl.okiao' 68' FRONTAGE: two It....., In OWNER: : SIS Fred Place Eitraart : batb. all FomlncbeD., two

I. TWO OR three bedroom hou>e. airrondltlonlni $05. tol Weet Park. town Leke WelM. Par lean MU 2-8384 twsoslsnd7. Lab oibeaa USOO and up. Call, ndnatrlai. eonmi area. Reduced roomi. ramllr roo.1" car larai.. brlrk Sn owner. U20
and central heatln ;;;;; In*. Low monthlr, ...'1'. MODERN THREI: tsomo olonirl 4 Bedroom a balb. 000 00. W O. Hal.5.. Mil 52711.OOtITHIIDE.NFA0I Leanr. Realtor 11* Hertb M..... ,.tnkitchen.--nlr conditioned Jolts Street call 000-9770.
Very comfortable hut door to TWO BEDROOM newly t. ."j rate for retir and '.1I"j......b.lfull b.'b. .rouDd floor 3 .Bedroom a .hsth. .._n.d : Lake Hoi.llnnworih 882-4341. HO 500.MUST ONB: BEDROOM: cottuo. sirs 101.
i boil re Hun School Reasonable ed No rard AdulU kept S5S water 1501 men Food available. !V neon nor ..ark'". do..to.., porch HIS 00 on Bucilnihiia Avenue DUPLEX: CB (00 ... ft. each BELL.: Tnr* bedroom CE nhade. paved .Ir..'. (SO do.....
rent MU I-MM view pen Street Adulta 111.1413 3 Bedroom. I bath ocreened II.I19S'. MO 1-033J._ ilda. oo4 location will carry ...U... SIO.700. air aonditlonerandaraped 150 mO.'bl Juet olf Comh.o
I 133 Msbile Hornet TWO BEDROOM porch ill 00. nortfei.. Ownr tS-160S Will tale tee e.1D0rll. Road MU ,.IU.. .
FtlRNUIHeD: SMALL coli.... 3021aoulh duplea 875 1 Bedroom. 2 bath kllchai Well located .... .
. SSS-33S7 CB.
.month on. bedroom duplex 881onth FOUR FURNISHED: twc bedroom I5>00. TWO bedroom batji
LI..I. ONI: BEDROOM IWfIIl.bod troll.or Bouthilde .....,. ....1.tor. auipped. IIS.00. 140'xl60' houiei. Iud cut of elt,. All <|... THRI: .EDRooM CII 'JOO do... cloy water but. lam lot. No
: i ALL NEW >.,.sIIel.r tile. ..Ir.0ndIUo. top ..n I. C.II MU 3. 'VI.LiAi . 88J-4J41 .8i-7>>I4. MEL ROOT tocethar. Real barealn 181-1162 ..1.... 1400.. 065 II lIIonthI Ity la.... 008 Creeeent Drive.
.... bedroom LMLA Realtor Mortiiee Broke LAKELAND HIGHLANDSonly MO S-4132
one twin North W.belOr A... Nil hone owner
month AAA MODERN ;;;>Uhed buoto.lraIIeri : LAKELAND S NEWEST laraeat 1921 E. Memorial Blvd '
dulu only 1100 a $2295 0.060.
FOR SERVICE[ are -Very comfortable SoIl,. rut bass. Oood llvin e... mad fl..., two bedroom snort.o.nto dial 188-4101 son tin. 141 Wstirfrtnt Properly EXCEPTIONAL: 3 bedroom tarruso.lie .
noud VIII.. N.III. ana NO.Tampa dItl000. UUIitlea furnuhed. au. for adulte Central heatalrcondlUonlni with terms PORECLO8ED: REFO8BESBEOkrla : : bath I yr old CB
SIP-SIS ...kl,. 6S3-3817 and Built m 522 HORNET Place. Thre bod.roomo. In many'Lakeland ...... roof. bullt-lni dr000rlau.qualIty ,
HllhmorTH001 .I.clflo ...... Clou to eolleia near hoipltal. 889 CallMacalueo CECIL ROSENBLUM I lACRinCE CEDAP tabln.UBSO Mel Rod, Realtor 5037 E M- landtceplni bOle treei.erfect a
: BEDROOM lane llvtnfi PRIVATE: CLEAN trailer for rent 1110 per month Phono IH-88I1 Jot Realtor. 883-2314 3 bedroom .1 llano mortal. Bled '''- 107. lawn 800 down aaaume
wHit a mile. till one of roo. kitchen, dinlni room 5015.rr000 Alto larie trailer lot, patio ea 1831 So. Fla. Ave. 6826036 louea. '''10. CooS or ternn 112.3M "'or...... .113 monthly.
I porch aerate. .1... In bUI line t-ieei. MODERN TWO bedroom duple TWO BEDROOM: unlurnlihedhouio. La,.. loU from S8.s. S* eil m THREE: BEDROOM C:.. Ilk* new. 1.25 Plneberrr 18.-a903.
the reliable firms you find S.or.torcaso d achoaU 570nrooth larc Florid room. Neai LAKELAND HIGHLANDS 10'. week dart Cnom A Ono"ee rorner lot. *U beat condltlonlni. .
B82-3J3S a2' MODERN on private lot. Plihl . Se owner 1111 BoUlb school and bui lin.. can b* eeeaHondar 282 with 30 bit fruit tree lisoo Rld.a..., a mile. Mart ... FHA. Widow tolni north. SS3- SOB SAL: .r .at. untur"llhodIbr.
in the Classified section FlO MONTH too bedroomi aulet .l. beautiful Oureouo dlo... Idea ,.D....... and Tneedar 9141 WonIcello Call Red Siik dar ....3111. on 101 Wood and water laisBAROAINI. .. bedroom 110_. Ntorl 5...
under "Business Sen.ices." riots la church ichool. bui 1214 toe couple SIS monthlr. ei -14 B or .call 112-MOS Tampa 'nuhte easnotOWNER ElMtrlc kitchen WeeUlde. MO
BT OWNER. beautiful Lobs BIAUT1FUL modern
W..I Mlporle MU 3-ilm. FOR RENT. Iwo bedroom traIler.O04dy 139 Unfurnished HeutttIL80 Florida If interested 1-1143 .
trlaia in Auburndale. two ked- throe bedroam IVk bath
\ FIVE: ocr. top Qu.IIIaDd. \,
i SIX ROOM newly decorated alt lot en Lake Parker Lake TWO IIIDROOIoI boors for r.ntI3'V 3H bearlni altrue Modern rooms, two bath. oold M.d.l.lIoe fin* earner lot convenient location TWO BEDROOM: noun. withicreened
conditioned, PerTh stint adult Park" Trailer Villa. 612-9302 PARTLY furlll..... S oDd WIO lib IIr.. Call Mil 'two bedroom houae, lane OC'H" all electrlo home. Central near Crystal Lake. II.toocaib porch. U10'. "4
415 laoS fracture. Avillabl MODERN. TWO bedroom m0blIhorn. ; 3 bedroom Mel Rudy Rcnltor 8.n44. ed porch. awnlnsi, Ian bplenty .. 5.55 and air londltlonlni Three for Mull Drive br ISISEiehana mil. ouUlde city, 11.000. Phone
CLASSIFIED DISPLAY April 1*. Sl-8994 .. Private lot. lakevlew front. 131: Eait Memorial Blvd. 488UNPURNISH1.D BIS SOUTH Lincoln. two bed.wma ehade tr.... Onlr 113000 rear old. Priced t* aell Bee : Avenue Call wnr. ....2008.

THREE: ROOMS end bth electrie .... No pete Call MU S-4321 .10'1. bn......,. 888 Joa M.... Torml.40..l after S p III.PlVI C. 1.011. till Sort M.... Phone 004-7000. Malcolm ThemaaCHREE P05511 orron 0 hr ....,. V.ry

I SILL YOUR CAR kitchen, bn porch rard la- MODPRN WITH Iorsialpyon. DUPLEX 1 bod.rooml. boo Realtor. MU 3-2314 : ACRIII-aoo' trootoso ns 881-81331 Auburndale. WO '-.In. : BEDROOMS: IH bath .. t....clean two bedroom fr.m.hou" .

1 TO US. rose Near bui MU 2.S043- loied ..b... In nice park S32 a carport. 1 block! eohoole. RENT OR ..U. three bedroom paved road Back lino on .11I.11. 100 FT. Lakefront. 31 mile cool Florida room air aondttlonad Total ..rl... 84100 Rente
CLEAN ONE bedroom"home: nn month P arkren I voId. 4. Jan15OterI. ',ulhaal.. '10. 22IS Carolina too bath built-in ic.onldbopurrS lacked Uke 1300 down and aiume of Lakeland *a Lake natcblnahaLael fenced rard Real ...... in a ISO mcnthlr 1120 Norlti Davia
WE PAY TOP PRICES FOR lana ahidr lot near hoipltal tit ICon a P.... !...-4071 or 688.8000 fenced ,ord. 1100 mo. MU ...m.nlo of 113.IS per lot for anl* at 84500 Hub Pyre dealrabl ,location Call SSS.HB3 Avenue. Call 8M-OT6I
f ANY CLEAN USED CARS. month PSI,. 8"-4 OI. and dry Can to br boat to KlaImmeo or 003.4054.000T100IDB .
Phone MU S-U69 1RAILER WITH cabana NIcurnlihed 'ir" ins MODERN: two bedroom duo a.8981. or Mlanl See R. C. LelaR POlO IMMEDIATE ul. ThIa .ropo
4 ROSS LAKELAND ONE BEDROOM cotleae. conIc CI... In Adultl DO In. electric kitchen. su-2240 or BUILDING SUITABLE: for home L. Gardner. E. L. .: .. or Bud : NEW utelde till oily a.odo 110 d""rllll'" ". buIldup.V.300 .
I MOTORS INC. optIOn I. party paneled.. 601Weit polo. MU 3.3304. 003-500 1. sad'or tmall ...In.... Clou In POLK COUNTY at DIck's ...11,. loll Eaat: hre. bedroomi that will take II self UId'DO"Dor.. 5005Oouth
Belmar. Shuns 6(2.451S eve- CLEAN TWO bedroom duplei on Kathleen Road MO 3-28B4 MOST BEAUTIFUL Main St Phono MU ''' 133.APPROXI..ATILY twin bed. Welkin, dlatnnceihopplni MIIOI..I..ol.
I 1500 W. M.mor.ol .1.... .. -- -- ----- HOMESITE *nd .I.m....*" echolAcraa
nl.. 134 Mobile Homo Lots I.... loieta, close t etcrea. 129Oneola MEDULLA AREA: Two 2 bodroom.to .
Ph. MU 1-S IIJ Inquire 12* Palmetto 140 Wanted. T* Rant Mlu. S acrea M uret from 000th.eooJonlor ... bout horn.. oil 'oor.elences.mood .
CLASSIFIED DISFLAV Like Lena. 420 ft. Lakefrobl nith Weit WIndsor ,. loU. low down
__!LAKE: BONNY Pour star Mobil TWO BEDROOM CB boUM. Newr View Estates Beautiful two bedroom bo.... 1 off South Lincoln Avenue. Modela water larke trailer Drool Field
lorn. Park New I.....' Iota In I decorated throuihout. Water NEED: ATTRACTIVE: ham. furteeiional elt505s ID....*. Shown by .p- under conitructlon Pall Inlorm nomoOt to or PlpUn. then left 10.
L. .I"d. Slab and dr,. Municipal urnlihed IN month 1241 Kath- .llbod or u.'ur.llh.d for .ro- DRIVE OUT TODAY polntm.nl onlr Contact R. C. Uoa oil alter 4 p m. -' IO Road. MO OS2
electrl. water and ......! Into Road Call 888-8II1. adulta Pay to* ...01.I. Li. R L. Oardner or E L.Enk Ill. -
motor .... boo line*. Black tow I..... Clark Realty. o-4031.. : *. Dick atoll,. 1011 E. Mala FOR BALE b, owner. Two ked OOOD COMMUNITY la iood repair .
IIMALL HOIIRI. four rnlI.o Out. onN I to S W..Ua room CB Strawberry Rill Sub.
n. Or.. Park Shopnlni Phono UU (-(133 partlf lurnlahed ... owneron
CorvairlAII.I I.r. Oood lake fliblni and Dole Clir HI.b..a. 110 ..... I lo 5 SnoOty Jill Strawberry Lana. Lot IBS t premleee. 1041 South New
"J-I.B. REAL ESTATE 118'. Price 14 soo Phone ATwaler
In,. Bmall peta. 1840 Mortn (C''j LAKEFRONT HOME York MO 1-0145
Out South Florida to Pick In Rd I-5I6J. Port Meada Florida
tot I Like Drive. MU MODERN ON
'''.1. TWO bedroom 'UDI... lot.. two rar
-Weit on Pipkin to Lao Rd.- HOUSE: AND two
nfl: ACRIII: .11b 0,11 and "POII. IlIto'hOappIloorrosn d water 143 Mobil. Mom lot South on LunD lid. and folio'ho lovely waterfront hom fot eI. IHREE BEDROOM two bath CBhoue ....if. ....00. Houaeiratler, 28.I4 '.
ruraloh.d. MU 3-3110 S3M 410" MIl 1-702
toOk. ..a'ed rood shodo sod.ird. OAK VIEW: ESTATES sham. lane family Llvlni room 4 101.! alter 9'30 m. >o. For lalermallok, call
'oopsr. 606-0000 TWO BEDROOM concrete block DULL ENJOY: 11.1... on your bedrooma, 1 bathl loin of cloeeti. '-3450.
SHADY LOTa. IbulllobOard, modhcl1lll. donInO ..rar II.... and W.rdl.M.I o..a lot In Lekewood Trailer t>. A. F. PICKARDREALTOR laundry ,room pantry, hut. HAVE YOU Iookod II 2113 '10'A..u. -
Fr, ... .I"n t000roomo-. Rud,. ua, 1.: hO.rnorlsl $8o.,la Ie.. Lane lota psedstror. kitchen (wiui ......, eombl.ed O0. .. Tbr. bedroolD 10.bulb. LAKE HUNTERGOOD
..5,0 tF010 6 t.uodrp CIrsnt.nt.ml .107 inc tlm.. '.nd all utllltlei 1I.\rl,ltd. Two REALTOR with family room. ..I.. a Ian. l'ur..lob.d or un'urD..d.
trllloro TOrso .11e. Slat: 12Phon. 710011 BEDROOM furolohod orutforob.hd. blocks 1.01 of Lak. Parker soJun01 300 5. Pia. A... 1-2113 ,porch facing th. lake. All hardwood Low VA loan MU '.3172. Terms. $28,500
88..40.. MU 0-0354. 8'roll. 1'011. .1'.1. 1Idmsrd : floor. cell heat. Venetian THREE BEDROOM CB on bath
110110" "r. R.allor bllndi thrwudloiit freihly palmed, 01 000sndr. . Fenced Three bedroom. Two bath
OUTH8IDE, TWO bcdrooinai mild end out. Double carport
and 00slo00t. MO l.a334. 145 Builiun Property
US back yard S3SO down MU S-4277 home.
Room For
.. .
llvlni area. Stove ind to.trIa.rslor and utility room Private dock .
alter B
furniehed. SIO month Ready lot occupancy pm8EVIN 180' Lake FrontageBy
Lots For Sale .
144 :
AROE: ROOM clean near bu*. MU 3-9333 Callor..o- ROOMS and batb SSO
entleman preferred or man and b0600lrbal lota 8IUe all ar a.. Mel I.Jmee D. C...... or W. O. Hobo month no down parment no Owner
.. LAND BUT 1010 acre. aeml.leared lIud,. Realtor 1137 .. Memorial 888-3117 888-1711 Me-
la Price ..0,151. MU 2-U4I 3027 REDWOOD IMIni e..la. no ouallfylni. Phone MU 6-4832
pine land 880 per acre. Blvd osno. Mil 0-1025 ,
ROOMS FOR rent. a..... tondl- THREe BEDROOM TWO BATH !340 acre ..tIl. ranch fenced and HIGHWAY 121'
Largest Selection in oned, hot and cold water Inpooh (B HOU8I: OOOD NE10HBOR- roea fenced. Corral and loadini Owner want ofl.r 110 John I Br.DOD ..- 150 MTiCwlUnoousHALF HOUSE: FOR aale or will trade for

room dally maid OOrnIC.I HOOD CONVENIENT art US huue. 198 p.r..... SO Introonly Realtor 124 W.., Main StNDU8TRIAL houee trailer 1241 Lantaey street. OWNER SALENo
27 per week. Mra On. miner ABOUT THE PRICE: BEFORE: ".00. S1SOO down 300 ..r... ACRE lota Trailer. buildnc S3-368S after 4. Down Payment
Polk County! Phon SS2-7S4S: Oranie YOU RENT 10 head 01 caitle. only 860000 TRACT adjoin.' altai .".. I3S down N.. ANNA MARIA-two elorr, lour
.5.1,1 321 Ncrttt Kentutkr Av*- JOE P. BRIDGES 3 000 ...r.l. four mile from Cypress Kraft Fenda. approileaatelr 10Arr. iflnlibtd ....... acre lot. Minis bedroom houe with two til. Corner lot with Uric oaki I ..
Railroad 550.500.Jobs
.u. Runway
Oardena U a hiihwayrontaie. batha an cttractlv. lot with bedroom fram home with wood
CLOSI DOWNTOWN .,1.... .n.] 1221 S Florida Av.. only S1SO per acre seeR t. Brennan Realtor ...- palm treei and fruit UM ene floora Clou. to Central Ave
rand. II wetS 223 south N.. Dare phone: UJ-2BI4 C. Ula or R L. oardner 103. 151 Real l Estate Exchange block from beach and convenient School It 100 at IS* month CoIllorl
York MU 2-4028 POUR Dick"i Really IOU Eaat MalaPhone to nor and Poet Olllce. Under Tranauo, '''-11 U or M31I8S. -
BEDROOM. two batil home
MO 8-8133 1 146 Farms Groves Ranch (12000 Reaeonabla... U ... {
On. .
LOVELY: FURNISHED room prlvtrinre block from eolleio. 1100 IIQHWAT HOME ..u.I..... PI..
.le private bath telo. month Call MU S-lll CHOICE: aUILDINO 0110. 1.0' acre. modern Clve bod.oo.40 poniibl parti**. Owner....U. lawn
for abort time to 10"wrlto
Ofl001. Ideal for aaleiman. sa.Clean TltRII: : 8EDRooM. corpor Crro. 145 directly behind 3BSO Cleve- OROVS .ARGAIN. 10 SytOs mSOt.IP bath Office For oily or t. SSI2I2S O S Prater General Do.'
Blvd. Call MU sM2I. posroS Id. OoodboUl'
2'tOt.LARO1. and Helihta DISPLAYUSED
lob .labo Aroa. Clun. CoIl NU 5. MU S-M10 North L..IOD' 12'.000. _. Ivery, Anna Maria Florid., or CLASSIFIED
: FRONT bodoom. tom 0bodl. 0'11. M% down. AIM adlalnlnt SHaorel HAVE HOUSE: -'..000 lqult. phone *.J317. !
Prlnlo both arlY.to '0. DROVE: LAND 80 acree, pine I ,..ro Evenlni Malcolm Will trad for asp Item valued
ho 1,00,0. and cool MU SCLASSIFIED 2534 CIVITAN. 5 rooms 3 and *aki. Beautiful bilk land Thomas, ...-,..., Bert _.".. at II.800. 888-OJ41 or 888-0333
13 >'. wncIn eectlon Lakeland fbi andy .
bedrooms l'/j baths, car- lOti. Price I25O per acre. Termidown. Roollor. 0001711.SARI3A056. FRAME HOUSE and two lota

; port and utility room. Very n.. Sec .... U Oardner. THIRTY aor.. toe load for equity or down parment -
_ .DISPLAYCan't \ ii C. Lola or Ray K Loll al 500. .Iul I I... 100106105 aou.. on houe sad flew ......
clean. $95 .To. Dick a Realty 1011 Eaat Main. .. ". .000010 mail. pinSlalhouoo Call *13-4"1 IR"
Shun. 500.0131.PAOI1IRI : ready I operat to ..010. Vi ANTED MODERN Iwo bath

ABBOTT-HECKES CO. : LAND 400 ...... .110000, 29. down MaleThomaa. -... home In eaohania for 10'atoMonterar THEPERSON
alihta, 88-7SM." Bert ...
Sell Mobil Him wltu
? gOOd: aoil. .. timber aemll.ared -
"Jh fun To Drive Cor" lIulloroLMLAII' Near Plant CI... Only Rod.... Realtor C8o-171l IbmnS. Pay dKftr.nce la cam TRUCKS

a. T.... A... NI7 1.1113 (180 per acre. Termi 195 downBe 20 ACRI: 051,0.1.. ale.olodlOl. "0" 10. PHone 882-4814
!CAROLYN DRJVI: .esr school.rnolcoa R L. Ordner R C. L... *r 1100.000. 5 ..se 10000. ,WANTED TO elchanic nice three AND TRACTORS
Trade It! the,. bedroom. Kay K. Lela at Dick Realty. Call Rod lIok. d.... 18'-2'11. bedroom houa in iood location
'60-61 '62'63'64 I 500t Peor.d, ohiO, cord.W : lOll tail Main, phone 48*SI33 ilahta (...1100. Bert ..d..... I or a email two bedroom la iood 'SS WHITE,n* tractor.WJ1 Cab Heady one.0.t* *e.te .

I Clark Rull. '''-4031. CONnIE MANOR lot*. Rardla. Rest lop. oration _Call ...-IC1I,. :Sn '54 *. ONLV MM

The modern wy I. *>. [ FIVE ROOM houie near achool. Co....... Road 70'kU2'. City water ,LARGE THREE bedroom. a bath '11 CNIVDOLWT L\ Ian 5,05-

ch.I",. Many ta n. 1 khurchei. atore bui line. fence and ilectrlcltr (140S. wrmaLeu home In Lakeland Southeaet. WHOOWNS . I. ...11"''''
MODELS :'rard. ISO a month MU 2-3010 I orcuo 0. C(2-(173 70. ii GROVES WORTH tlon. will trada for bom. or eulld- :: .'':.:n0.t PMINTW"NATIONAI.
fid, cuitomcrt con fill I'
110 WEEKLY ron. and r.. inc elt la Froetprwf area MV 500 CroP.te0000r. .
you how, tolvee1 thiS "I..lOr lurnllb.d II d..l"d. THE MONEY 1-881 100n.ooorioolud '
ass Ausuots Pho. MIl 1.4.71 006 olatoh. Ore.. OoirdOrm
rol I sable 0111.,,,.. I NICE THREE bedroom home two 01000
bath Florida room Payment 188month ]
COUPES-SEDANS-CONVERTIBLES Lit sum hoar from you 80 Acres heaters. Irrigation Will trade equity. 200.en. INTIW.NATION.1. .
Miramar Drive ... 882-ltM afternoon. ] net TN& "IW
we snip hv* |loot whit and wind machine. Lane. COO C.D.T
7 otd II N" 'D'NG
you ,."*nt. Hon* rlomi Drlui and apacloui 1 IF YOU'RETHINKING '130 $3100 152 Real htsta Wonted the article you've found 0.4000 AND 005050'NSaC'IOSm.
Acres .
I 2 bath home available I for rfo'i10. :: oranges, MOWS Ar.AC.t
of CoIl
20To fur offtrinftt term ... M reeponilbl adult* wr acre. may be trying to reach !I MU 2..117 leo Old for NOUS.S doomsOttst,00. ,

10 sure gr.vo fot "lc. LIST YOURPROPERTY .

homo, A. S. MORROW REALTORS! 20 Acres double set S3400 you. Be sure to read the
Shuns MU 2-3117 WITH US
DtluK horn lake per acre. M.oy more
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Choose From tred. for im llr ho", .. CB. THREE bdroom too b.th. "-Shorty* can't CELL It. BORN fa ch.... from
In Qill 000rsr.i. ChIldren ..1. 26 Acres grove land on IT DOWN" H U Shorty Paint
D.lsoe .dupi.. for rrr 'c0ot. '8a.,... $350 acre. er. Realtor. LMLA. >04 t Tenneiaac the classified I e. c t i 0 n QUILLIANINTERNATIONAL
Highway per i
; of a change check the Avenue Phone MTJ 11113Neat
Smell on. kid room THREE BEDROOM. two bath air Parklni
( to S Tenn.
conditioned 8100 month ThreeIbedroomi wealth of jobs listed In the now.
horn for bog.. Kom.. LoU
I one bath air rondltloned -
190 month Mil 1-1861 Wanted" columns. MEL RUDYLMLA TRUCK & TRACTOR
Look! Look! w iorr ....1101 Meed Uetlnie
Ken Harris TWO BEDROOM carpet: watur. See Classified( for kind REALTOR. for solorso 1510. Mel Rudy Eeallor. 2HS D.d. Cry Hv ..
,heater ihade. bui. Kalhlirhool \ your MORTGAGE BROKER 1131 Eait Meaorlal. ...-.10'.
111 Edith Avenue. I... Phon MU 2-4117
!..9ns after 3. of Job eowlCLASSIFIKD Blvd. CLASSIFIED I SPLAY
'60 CORVAIR 4-Doer, *CQC Exchanger-Realtor 1527 E. Memorial 153 HouseS Far Sal __ ""
CLEAN TWO bedroom houMclone .
0 J J 1905 So. Ft.. Av*. In, 190 monthlr. Modern dial 686-4107 any time I
OK Reconditioned
.......... .. STEAL THREE kedroom. Bear
Ph. ".mi convenience.. inaulr 113 Wei toolasl ..
AND ONLY $16 MO. 0,50010.: ahopnlnl SI 400 -
I P.I"'I at 88.<8_.u.,. monthly I CHEVROLET"Special

'61 CORVAIR COUPE, on.-ownir, ( I. CLASSIFIED. .DISPLAY. __ __ DISPLAY__ "LIKE HORSES" 881-0341, 8880333BOUTBSIDE .
895 Tou can hate them en tnla 10 THREE kedroom OI

Slew car trada-ln ....... .. .. arr.rao,h. Il pro..d psoturo. loan low dean parmnt Monthly .
well fenced (88 M monthly Includln .
barn C tack ehed parmenta Dcivery"TRUCK
AND ONLY $311 MO. iood 3 bedroom home 1 acre In taiea and iniuranea Call
me Hire trav*. Be* Uili on toTED alter 4 30 "'-4013. I
'62 CORVAIR MONZA COUPE Truck Clearance '
11QR Heavy Duty *"' NEARING COMPLETION: Tradluonal -

4 speed, big angina, radio, heater 1133 "TOWSON*ltorMP dlnln in deiun room,featuring paneled famllr eeparau -- SALE

AND ONLY $42.50 MO. S-3KS ill S Plo Ave. room with tlreplar double
doer entry foyer double liraeeBriar .

'63 CORVAIR MONZA COUPE, MOOR '56 WHITE WC22, sleeper cob. It runt. This truck 120 ACRES ilrabla ar..dd.....Lakeland.. Baa Ol*.moet... buildu d<.-

auto. tram., radio, heater lb fJ Is worth a lot moro, but for bait, we ore offer- $420 I (SO Valencia. S PottS .Id. t.400 83-4(23. Pendarvis Truck Center

AND ONLY $44.10 MO. Ing it this week for . . . . . . . . H..II.I potts Old 1.00 1803 STAUNTON thre AVENUE bedroom.Re.duoed .
pinetppl S ,.*.. aid I SOO BamUna. Corner lot.

'63 CORVAIR SPYDER COUPE, *1ftQi 1.et.year Prlc old.S2 Irrliatlon..780 per toil.sow od. two sod b.thi.heat.Florida"S2-loai roam eeatralir SPECIALS

turbo-charged engine, 4 speed 10DO crop down all.... T reara. Call SIM DOWN. S11 II ....Ibl, far
WE HAVE 27 OTHER GASOLINE :TRACTORS STTAn I Jim Pwera MO .-"11 with T. B. CB home In Id.: .._ Park '
AND ONLY $61.20 MO. Tucker, Jr. 0105ltir.'tSlrl1D Fenced and built to*. .83-448 51 GMC Vi ton plck.p.
'64 CORVAIR MONZA COUPE MQQC DISPLAY- C..A811IFIB O,5P5.Aw Will rail little rough ."..._..._.

110 engine, 4 speed radio, heater I33U .. '62 CHEROLET Vi ton pickup. $7JlC

AND ONLY $62.30 MO. Trend To Looks good fair condition ... ..... ffj
56 GMC Diesel, runs good and looks good. This I is $ JT kf\ The Modern "

also to show how low our prices can ba on srH Hfl R '52 CHEVROLET Cab and Choiils. )

NO PAYMENTS FOR dieselsWEHAVEI4DIESELTRACTORSTO. . . . . . . . \J\JI\J Beautify Your Home- Runs |.... A-1 rubber ................ .$345

'52 INTERNATIONAL 10 wheeler with 20 ft. body.

90 DAYS $1250 Sunshine" New engine, H1/IC
.0 I! "Awnings By

food rubber ... . . ... . 1140

Shade Your Windows and cool your Home '51 CHEVROLET 10 wheeler with 20 'ft. body.

Plus odd that Now modern look with New engine, HQHC

PENDARVISCHEVROLET If You Don't Like Our Price "Sunshine Lifetime" all aluminum Fold. good rubber . .. .........."... ........ 1040

Down Awnings. 57 CHEVROLET Tractor HQQC

MAKE AN OFFERBut Fold Dews Csmtmtlon (locks I.. place) Fully equipped ...............?.... .. 1090

e All Aluminum, baked Enamel finish-in Colors '51 FORD ClOG tractor 5

Adjustable to desIred. ,IIUI.n-I, merely Fully equipped. Road ready ........ ebmaWtJ

be careful, you may buy a truck. button '62 FORD
pushing I heavy duty F-600 tractor $
"Your Chevrolet Shopping Center" ] C Protection From Hurricanes Toraodoes, Gale Like new. toad ready "

310 No. FLORIDA AVE. I winds, Prowlers

S lastly Installed, made for all types of Windows I


SPECtAL IWLLKTtM! Bargain prices for a limited time only. Come in early and pick yours INSIDE COMFORT-

To out. BEAUTY $1595CALL


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153 N.vses Far Sill 1 153 a..... fer Sal 153 HMIH For Sale 153 Kernel Fer Sale ,1S3 Hisses For Salt 153 Houses Fer Sal. 153 Houses Far Sal I* REAL ESTATE REAl ESTATE

NEAR LAKE HUNTER 153 Hoisat Fir 551. 153 "....s Far SalaSOUTHGATE

73! aAOAMOKB-A-tllT 13.000 BBXtW APPRAttAt Neat two bedroom Florida ran ...11' fenl with lri baa. NEAR SEARS It WARDS
OPPORTUNITYONLY ONE op OUR merer TRKREDROOM "oej cola Ilk. .." .._, end m.olo two bedrooms PIe.ICI.room. ....
HOMM JM TOP LO. krlrk hems. lane torn baaroeraa room, suspended oak floor dlnlnt room lane llrlnf $100 DOWN 3 'ooln., 1 bath. wntrl beat
CATION. FmCEO AT Mt Stir t bath, built-in allD...... lot room Oak floora, ilk baUia. r\ir- air condition". Complete builtIn
on large on quiet itreet ,
$400 DOWN ALL BRICK HOMES 000.00.. I JO tor rarallr room with lire.MM allure In*. cloae In 631 Weil ttm choir. home. la an lot*. .r ni refrigerator.ores dlipwal washer. 41.11wuh.h and 3 Bedroom 2 Bath
*, ..1.1. wife buUUta .*.-.- Only 19.500. RO-1088 Hunter Strerl. .on*. compoielr redaoerairdl
Gras Thk I lorel home with
$83 PER MONTH 1831 PlfU&IUIYaG1I'11 ti All ton asd man .I\a.".4os Moothb) pernent* a* low a* He. $13,900
oat floor be parcliewd for
*a **ur lot 1:10'00': landotaood tretao' Stop br cur office or call .
No Other Closing Costs SMALL down vamtat M .ar lot .. rUXUDA YARD, DIAD-BKD ROOM BIAUTtPUI. -'".,.......... tot ..will 5 I.OWNUi."', Shown Tele-brintment MEL RUDY 4 1..u Bedreoma.then. npiioraaot emarat dining coat room, Poles hnmedl.n* o'aIbomo8allIO*below*l ton ppraUtl fin: lot CB I
front Itnrtd yard.
rrRirr dueT (1"00.00.'ALtNCUZLII'1O than MO JJJ40ESTATE LMLA-REALTOR WHY NOT! T. R. TUCKER, Jr. Near Jaloualad Labs Morion porchi an .. Pessstlvsnu rtnt C.rpuBerMnctf
Bon wdOut .
1 .bedroom lullr Wed be W. Jf IMPERIAL LA ROB TWO BBDROOM. FLORIDA MORTGAGE BROKER REALTOR of tows suns wilt k* In our I
olllc Tuedar. April 14 to mtk
Florida*, wallpapered room with In"'b.a11 bullt-la Nature ROOM NEAR HOSPITAL_ MUST SELL 1527 E. Memorial Blvd. . CHECK WITH . 311 N. ..*... Are Uklland MEL RUDYLMLA 5 deal BL llOt-H
mack bar and loa...... ..hutt.ro.f : WITH OR WITHOUT dial 688-4107 any time MU 0-T111
''anead and. llthled befk ardBouthaldo. CONSTRUCTION CO.,. BXTHA LOT. 3 I bedrooms, 2 baths florIda Joe P. Bridges PHA Area report", Mana*.r I REALTOR JOHN J. BRENNAN
Near Palmer SeAool.abopplM INC. VA Ana Property ManaiarW1MMINO MORTGAGE BROKER
**ntr, bu* at door. C&u. BRACKNStMu room, separate dining
...... "Lak.ls.d'a Biulaal .solids* POOL BCREXNKDur 1527 E. Memorial Blvd. JUkllor LMLA 4M-410I
411 SO n*. A.... :room air conditioned. Fully condition" kullt-M T-V, '
PHONE MU 6-9406 COUNTRY LIVING dial 683-4107 any time A Mn t Horn U BU Cull
and furnished soused patio nfrtnrttorMhtr
tastefully rtnf
420 EASTWAY DRIVE ese-11h1 ....2tJ. 1 BEFORE YOU buy or rixtlnc end drepa aUII
ROY STlllf Shown by appointment. EL- take ProM ,build. OF COURSE if you with thl. 1 bedroom, smut
1196. Cltf Comfort wn oouthildo horn. Owner CLASSIFIED" DISPLAY CLAalll'1aO DISPLAY
413 LonitiUow Bird. have to much money you lra>*>* .*... Mat offr, RO-IOVI
$50 PER MONTH NEW HOMES room*. 1 bedrooms S 'tho. :can't spend It fast enough MEL RUDY,

a .Od S tldHHi CnM .... KBAtTOM 5. FLORIDA- LMLA3X3 AVf.PHONB 1609 Meadowbrook Tempo 55115 room front, N Wondorful acr. xtndlni tor don't bother seeing us . MORTOAOa LMLA REALTOR: BROHUW1M1
this .ort k* poll bMBdl4tl> HO M* mndn toaitracUo la lhRliblud 1::.. p* I Manorial Bird,
MQ *>1143 fruit, truck Pvneod BUT if like most
.. 5.rdm. you're
..oooJIfTlrn.. IS IIDI..". _'.. .. Prlotd from 10 4 4.000II md I __*. 7 room home, new condition I." are. A \......... ..r.du.. dial 6-4107 enf tltr. c
itn* MlnlMui < torment 1JO.OOO extra features tnclud I\N-Ia3. people and want to SAVE
... many
sod m not Pot Information
ape ni Uondtr for*usb. PrMti I ROY THOMPSON 4 BRICK! HOMESThese ing beautiful fireplace. Fully MONEY then SEE US. We Only $100 Down! rrLUKNRIOIff
ffeutor air conditioned. Excellent A HOME-NOT. A have SPACIOUS CB
Southside three bedroom
MU 2-6116 ions SELECT BRICK HOMES (none less than
grounds with sprinkler sys no city tax, kids walk to
$6,000 "AS IS" Homes are ready for IMMEDIATE tem. RN-677, HOUSE 1120 sq. ft. of living area both Southwest schools .WAn..ONY. Am.......
PER 1 plus carport and storage) I S J ... f. 0t. I
ThtM kodroon trams horn*. cornw Slit Bucllninain Only $9,700! V.ACountry
l.toOIOo..OSU2 ltd, reduced Futures include 3 & 4 BRs, 627 Oak Drive Almost new CB S room. .1 with: IICCU"VI'LU", ."
for *....k Mlo. No.d..m. work, The. bedroom CB homo at 1010 room. I bathi. uraetln d".1 I COMPUTE IlCaiAnOM courts
no Inlornouva .. tliwn. what Cul In lUwl Pork Pmr- 2 Baths, Florida and DinIng ittraetlnly arru..... haul Home'Modern !
meet Includt lions, Iniarino. Rooms. As low as $450 This attractive 7 room homeon of Lake Holllnnworth and Yacht LOW DOWN PAYMENT! CON.0o.MIN./UM,"
MARY E. LEAHY principal and IDt...... I3io down down-FHA and NO DOWN 1 a beautiful should be Club ConvrnUnt to tfnnla eourta 1 I block home on DtoI ... 'III ,.flea' To 5whq Aps..0
RullorPIXIELAND prmnt considered, that is if you ud C. Hi*. Dolt coun, IIN.... I ON OUR LOT nearly acre south of city. PROM"' 50,550 AND Ns Psi ,",0.

,1o N. ...... W -tJ41 PBONI eU-411 PAYMENT VA. LMLA. want a lot of house location NO DOWN PAYMENT Only $9,000 with excellent sot ,. S..d45r,_to 57505.....-

and grounds for HOME ON TOUR LOT terms! R0-1113 sum ... Mar ... -.s le A.M..I ,....
RO1052. Idea W.UIII /ARKIS DI.T .


_.r, ham .. lsrp. 10\0 *n. sites have large CITRUS Fine Suburban Home DISTINCTION Office . REALTOR son enll+tMM ,
fc TREES others have wi booth Florida A.11.00 smS
Mack from Dlilritad "':Mal 1. II Saturday Sunday Are MORTGAGE BROKER
Ins room 4">1D. room tll'd tUi OAKS & PINES Sites Three bedrooms 16' x 32' H4 Woodbln Days Phone: 682-2884 1527 .,41St545.5w
E. Memorial Blvd.
.. 2 to 5 '
two ktdroomt and al"''' .IUIdl.lo. p.m. .
... from to 4 swimming pool fireplace, For Ui vrofeulonal or kutlnturoomi NlibU and woekMdi8J91361 -
Pros la Irani notion f. ange H acre dial 686-4107! time SoiA ws1o.w e..M-M/0m AP w.aO.wt.p.w..t
mu. C 3 bedrooms mbaUii .. any
U, room la rear, join kitoh.nand In UCLUIIIVW Royal o.a. .. acres In site Prices fruit trees. Lot 200 x 200. Mparat dlnlni room pin.t olJ-4431 e t-UO br IMwt /.w..N Arw./M.<
Iwt bedroom with kath setop ID HiOb3DOda Will consider trade. RO- .. '
oonitructton eomplete
Auoh iart ud tuutr room I kodroomi. 1 kath. BOUT LTVKL average $1,500 with LOWdown ...te, *.." tfotur to add eon to CLASSIFiaO_ _DISPLAY__ CLASSIFIED DISPLAY. ___ -- -- -- --- -- ---. ---
Dri. kr 406 Wnt Spoon or 1132. .
payments. I familr" mint I. lot over hall
1>o1 with all the BXTRAI
coil UU S-7U7 lor upolatatutII
IDw...... 9.US ... IW art*, .... Otto. by RN-tll
George Stewart MU 2-0432

Dlrtloa"11I110,",.:drtr Prom ink takrtand Hl.hwa,and 17to FURNISHED Don Sutton MU 2-6582 John King PHONE 686-4877 WEEKDAYS 9 to 9 SATURDAY 9 to 6
chrUUna Park, tun Eaat. Nice 2 BR CB home like
U tuft :1
5 mUH alto on Office 682-6147
JOIN Nona to property Prom Barlowdrlv ., new and fully furnished for A. F. PICKARD
Wwt on M to 140-A. 10i 2 .
ntn en riaht tin riibt. to only $9,000 only blksutside HAUGER REALTY i
THE propertr. city near NorthsIde REALTOR LMLA
School RO- 300 S. Florida Ave. Realtor LMLA
.. Elementary I
On pralt \II a. t r>"
Phone MU 6-2193 lie E. Oraaf 01.
Smart buiincsimen who 1136. "B""IIh." Ilia of the Owl" MERCURY STOCK
turn their used office
furnltut tots cath REALTOR SHOPPING __ _. __

fled with Ada.tnexpcnilvt Dial MU Claul-.UI1 Pbon 113011' .....361 is very convenient to this'

133. S. Pla. A>*. nice 3 BR home with 2 II,

CLASSIFIED' DISPLAY" baths. Florida Room, Din-! "

'III-t I Acre ofSecluded ;Ing and Room SHADE Double OAKS -garage 1241 I REDUCTION SALE !

... Woods Edgewater Drive is near; 30"WE'RE
Pre- new Wards and Sears Shop'

I* the etttlnf and th* weal 1" f... ping $24,500 with terms''
are 01I t TOrllD tnmaculat I _
Owned 1 kedroom boa* In tn* ottnaTt

: Owner-killdiin Soot ....Id...* ud planaed th. ptrma-eitr**, RN708.FOR RENTBR's 4
rar. and thovihtful platens n-
Automobiles- roes thU. II mlaitoe tram tow
but tea reel It* blond .l.Ulia- 3 Furnished $100.00
k' sloe la aulet privacy with all month, also a 3 BR unfurnished ' OUT TO SELL
th* _,. omforle *( Mala
strops llflni. S11W9 and will die $65.00 month. Both,
..... term. located on South side.
You won't
Miles ef Smiles outgrow SCOTT KELLY
left In Them TItle lmpr...l..* hut ..", ...., *.
room horn. CMP* and faml REALTOR LMLA '
A "Mil of Smile" It*. hat* keen honor. here with This month Pick your selection of a new
the formally of the IIM and 213 So. TennesseeMU
U thou. crr.e, Gums room and th* <*Hal bit Catalina Star Chief Bonnerille
I 2.5195 Tempest, ,
trouble free mile .....11' room 3 u..taln kd> ,
yen drive In one of room. SS kathi pirleetlr htauUlul Jimmy Lawhon MU 6-6575
I.". and ardena.. The prto or Grand Prix -
0'nr top condition; .ha had a..." tub Lla.. Paul St Clair MU 8-3898
,....w".4 mid cart.rwM Jim Blackwood MU 2-6713 IN. lUotonabl Offer Rfuia

teiloree1, end"to term your ere I"- Stately 2-Story HEW

41.IIu.1 moods .t I I 1964 COMETS
Brick horn wick .n of th thor
,...1/ Ncylar Meters uihJr tr41Uoal Mturoa*. 11I ,.\ Now you can write your own ticket on
would be tfavMnt \II rproduo -
I *.' bus eora. a* a ""I.-Ir.. NEED AREPAIRMAN America's 3rd place seller in '63 and a
'63 RAMBLER boss la thu elder home. ...*.
Claael, *--r odan, sty Mtrano hall with elwan. I margin even more In '64 PONTIAC. NEW
1 TM .MI.TM1a M. I .rl"I flrovlarx la boll th ? 1964 MERCURYS
sounds w.'" atandardIranamiaaioA. formal room and the rich
Me sold lr pan.l.d dflll modara kitchenoennnted
It now end. .. Knew witn .Ux lart dlnm I
mat Mla II th. *ar for room kr a ..all..* pantrri 4 fc..l.
mops room, Ito 1M"'.. lull kaMmraelUt You will find a complete

.... $1695 ... 1174-t.plairoomi wnual ..... CU lilting of dependable W KERLEY PONTIAC' AND 1964 LINCOLN CONTINENTAL CORPORATION CARS

0 service firms In Classified ,

f..Door.. Nartfto* MoSOPlolo. ...alto,. LMLA today under "Busi V OPEN TILL, 8 P.M. .
.la........,..,.... radio and SOS 5. TenaeiM ness Services"

ANIw.h $595 ... Call MQ I-S1I7 w Ma S-STM Highway 92 & Rose St. Phone 682-5125 300 to 1700 Off!


'SI CHEVROinlicm _. _ __ h __ _ u. _
.<. 4 007 .ta.tranam ,
w. "w..I'
toot d I
'......, radio and

$695 TRADE NOWw'
4-Door >'II*" _*... SeelhndM S USED CARS

_,........I.o Clean.n.d. r dtron t Take Advantage of Our Ye arly
... $395 ...... 1 1 Annuli Inventory AdjustmeTO nt

American 4.Or. Automatic ... NARD .
Heater Lse.I11th : .
owns. Law m./.. ANT ,

$1295 MODELS IN STOCK. .; r 28 C

... SPECIAL i i ncluding four speed trans DELIVERY r O $

'SI "The Greatest Value Packed and V 8 Comets. GO
k missions Qty ALL 0
I models too: MODELS /
asSodas.] Other popular Af
Had Sale In Fussell's IiyCO

$895 Sure To Ride Drive One Of These Real Values NI GNEST TRADES vA MERCURI'


\! a
heater. automab, ..... &..radio.... '60 CHEVROLET Cenralr 4-Deer. Straight stick, factory equipped $195 I WAGONS ,, meat

$895 '60 COMET 4-posr Sodan. Stick. Black beauty $97$
I CLADDE Xeirt +
so '60 OLDSMOBILE 4-Doer Sedan. All the goodies. Air conditioned $1495 WARD A1 y he

... ...62....VOLKSWACENKarmtnn ONLY OKI, lair $1- '61 FALCON Wagon. One ewasr. Sherp. Fully equipped .. .. .$995 / I JENKINS TOP S yu.Y h: ire

$1795 '61 FORD 2-Deer. Air cond. radio, heater end aute. trens... ...$119$ 'tmm.

.... . ._ 'SI MG Rsadttor. Sport cor. Speclel .-..................... ...................$195 It;.

s.1.d......whlM.. .Nw. 001..". 48 HOUR SPECIAL
and F
I. .. lull,.......w.r r e
bo ale ." : '64 PLYMOUTH. Nw. N...r titled, factory $187.40r ;4G
$1795 !
... ....

s.. $195 DOWN

h.. Okss Walt lladenjrsn Quick k... TRANSPORTATION SPECIALS

front>t < $99 On approved credit pntwyou

1 PoulNaylor behind the wheel with on-
57 PLYMOUTH 4 Deer Sedan. Fully eplppsd.

'57 DODGE 2-Deer. This car has I lot ef geed miles left. lhe-npot bank rate financing:
'56 DESOTO. Runs good, looks geed. Priced te sell. ,+

-" 55 CHEVROLET Station Wagen. Radio and heater. Nice car, seeds a

Motors large family er a geed fisherman. o, COMET PRICES START AT

I '49 MERCURY 4-D.er. Bring your wf! son, anyone and drive this ens.
1047 I. MAIN ST.

Now. Can Mu IAIll

Open Evenings Till ... Full Price Delivered Model 018

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...... Yw.4 Car '11IIIII
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I (Over 23 Years of Dependable, Quality Service) ,

411 H. Florida Ave. 682.7113

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III H, Law of Florida. at public aale a 10:M.,,
nileter with the Clerk of lbs IT day of I.tpn'Q' .,
cult Court, In and for P nd rvta '
Florida I upon receipt of : Av.., Lbind. Florida.
N the publication of thle of will b.
flrtltlou* name to-wat ) tt. payment or the co t
ABLEHERVICbS under *lorln and aal* of

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York Stock Exchange List ,' enoca In of notlo of sale anil
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A leo Prod I 21 t4'l 2"040 44 4f14 lUll.. 1444' 1444 + INIvb and .) :
All" .c... I 1114 1tw I3N' 1214-14 III I II.,.. 43"N 4044104iofI regrami
AII" LUtI I "IS'. 4414 IIN S14 flN + 44 1.1(116 21 3114 3414 3744 lit, Sealed bib ba CIRCUIT COURT
wIIpowt MU i 11,111 .004 4314 av.4 4 4 II'. state ti JUDICIAL ,
: = : R. CIRCUIT
AillocICII 1.10 II .7 S&l 2714 27'1 + 1'1' ComMIt 50 43'N d5"NCeyTob ; I (31. Holland COUNTY
AlllocI Sirs 8 t 41'I 4Pj. ) ..... 3604 341'" 4 lId 110 105.,... 44'''' 11'11 + .. lallahaiwee. Rom, Florida, CHANCERY..O"DA.
AIuIeCtwI .30 1P4. "*"4 534 57. I doom .20 21.4. 17'" II'. fled until 10
Alum L'd.60 2'0' 31' 30. 7'4 1614 9744 + IAJ'' CieltOlt I 110 20 4714 17 4744 + INOo14rtCnt ( CODtr"tn. the : No. (3011 Dko II
AIcoI 120 31 II'''' tow 'AI" 4644' + 1'1 I 10 lii 171N tI + IN l.a.T. on Tu.d"y. P. No.i
Amer.daP I U7"" itAwAerIIt.I ... '7'1 27" .. eel,' Cor I 26 l0"N 40... 1344lICoyDuf Apri, 114. the f
I .'102 50'41 206 20644+1114 Sill 56 43'4 13 4311. w I Plaintiff, \
AIII..30w 14 14'4 14'4 '' lOON 70. + III 1I0voi Mel 44 II U'II" + It -
Am Nk '.10 IJ fl'4 52" "''I 67'11' .4 cod., 'val 30 1' 1J'1 '314 lit Nolle of additional DEl _
AmUPr 111 47 37" 34t4 .. 75.. 7544 -14 -SS".wvSI thla aarrm letting data Defendant. )
Am Cat I to 43'4 d'4 1444. 4414 + 14 tied later -j. Notice .f lull
. I
Am CJOn 2 13 13 424 13"1 3344 44 L..o ISO 2 17 17 13.4244. 42.1 4144 62i1 614414StJo. + INSi TRIP TO JAMAICA-Yliciet Plosee, m.. ..*f the J. M. rtelJi Star, *.|.hiUr** Mr*. Pro Forma will hour OF FtX>RH A TOi
AEIPw .1611 '' on. DBOB : Whoa
12 414 0444 $914 + IN rent.
A lteoqt .37. I"" dt'4 4I4' ' 23' 21 + I/o Ion'' 110 20 SIaN 2104 2514'' + 44ltloP Conrad Mil., 103 Mdow Ay.., *. winnlnf e ttlp r* JamaIca e cnre.ipenMreel ky th. J. M. the time for opening hldnPOLK R m.lin. addreie Im
.101I 13 3514 31. 32,4 4 54otDlme
a Am PPw 44 ,It 11'040 lOll $ FUldi' Cheln., Mn. Mi..'. wl""I"1 .) "Wri. Quli DIscoid M. M." COUNTY ( Mary.
II APtomI 1.41w 75.. 74. .571 71 11. lIla 1114 4. IN entry ** w*. .e. FUNDS STATE Rd SuIU.nd

r. Am Ho..JO 25 23'I n" ... II"'J 144" II'. '.4 ktier Schenley* I.40 I 33"-25.. 20'4314> SOON.,'* +.j. 1 Ii* Bpnt* paid, Hip for two I. Hi. 5.. Sucl U4or .*n. wHk (Udfr ..ky Hvlcklitn) NO. 1S140-S601, SR . hereby, notified that a
Am MPd .O let II', 11'1 / tor Haven to IR IT .
'o been fund
.. 7714 77" + 1'1 Solicit It 4H l'4 Ill + ** .
AMot CI Ito 72 41I Work eonelete of heavy :
AmMotote ,. 233 11'040 I4l 32'I 5114 :32"2044 -+ "IN 5CM SCotl..431.. .toStebAL 54 14 17 ICON'* 14'1744* 141 1'Id' -4H.*, 514" Llmerock Ra. with that In you th. .bv. .nUI.o
: .r t.rb
11m NG UO .25. dl Industries Hit Board's Rule Aaph Cono Cae.
.. 2314 2214 44 I 40 34 4744 47V"* 474* + H Change 8ur. porn* a YOI,
. '.
AmOoticil' 211 4 0 .
'' CIII 1144-14 S..ltOO.tO 101 41*. 10 10 + -.. ewer and ** _other written 4efeniu
A"P.33 100 IO4' 10'. .. 63'A. 42'N 'II 5ur.R 1.600 41. 10* ''OS" 10044 + I. turea: cone box eul W. MANLKT. i

11m A'molt ltd I 1.20 .2 C 2314 1144 17.H".. 364 ::111'1 + 1'1 15"bu..1 .,ISJ 24 244 ly/ +'11S".I safe level air pollutant standard . over pounds rine rule because such state .t.cUnr a to' brldg. 01 o a", whose addree *
pe a ,
b le-piacs .
636 4314 + lit 20 444 44* 44* .. lowe 40 eono la Box rID,.
11m 11m Toll TIoT.tot 117 IN 131'3114 137.31'4 '''' 2014 0014 + 14 hell Oil I 50 71 44* 41 a V* of 4,0 per day I, maximum level would be hard .tr..od eone pie b.n' before L.I.day of
4514 4544 44 ,".liT,* .0t. 2" 2244 2244nfw .. pun day.The pu. ond bust.: I
ea. 1) 4. and before or Im.
its ratio vlola.i
Zinc' I can
11m 2414 d14 enforce.
proper per company. to Determining .
2014 2tI'I IN Wm 3 10104'110i44104'1" + t* rle. ter Te nr'd.nto It.m. llnHr't'M thereafter to fUa with ,
AMP Inc A S7 21 27'11
AmP.. CI'' U 17 ,.... I .. .. 24-14 Inclelr t 71 45H 41 45'*' ViInotr lIne' standard workIng ., he .al Is determined by State tore in cases where grass contains of the .b. etylrd
AmeBo o I' 'II 2914 30'11' Co f 43 til M M* 12",1 with the POLK COUNTY ( original of anewer
2O4 20'1 phosphate industry. Health Inspection and more than 40 parts 114
It 2414 + 14 Smith AO 1 21 174* 17V* 17M 0 UNDSlt TATE If
Anocond JOe 11' M14 4314 SmilflClSOa 27..... .j. "iSoconYM of each 1SM7.S402, In d..nlw. any.
A""InCII.1O 31 17101 IMI 45144414 approval plant' design million would b impossible, he NO. to eo, decree pro
lI.mcoll I At 71 72"1 I 13. 1).14 560 II 71. 7011 5911 + ItSOPIS and enforced by regular ,said because could not be mIen BrI. Rd. and will b .nt.r4
1. .an.t
Armour 110 35 51 5214 .. 1114 1744 1'1 2J 5444 13" 34'N ytSouCall capct. Work of medium : .
II' eM 1.1OtI 15 m. In'", .. 3'*. I'* 1.05 110 SuN. 31 31 14SictitoC J ; ', of smokestack air which company was a eectlon of IV d.m..do
1.10 12.. 3114' 5444 + II1NatO 1n t prove re with Type I A.ph..Cone. ;
lluoDG MIII Oil 110.20 21 12 $3lI U'Id SI 31'1 : : 204 54H 54'l4 30.4444 lIOn 51 52" 51... 4 1'1Sou".c , pollutant measuring devices. for the violation. .ectinna of Type III my. hand and off Ma I

Atellilft 1.20. 6S 2114 214 .. lao at 3044 31" :3044INlou The design and he 1.1.1Mg and Type I .lt. at Bartow, Polk
II 1114 Vt B. chairman of this
Floyd Bowen OtIs
cpacit of
Rr 110 7 13'1 43'I' 4314 INS.w'rv Instead he said Forid.
AIICLInC 2. 7)14 71101 '* 7l'Id *0'* + ..I there'ar,said is a "matter Sur. C'..: .Dna. b. .
sec.ord" -
AliRef 210 :It 3714 5d"" Pied 137 tEN' 5714 1114 .. the Florida ( $ Itema. .. 191.D.
in each basedon Phosphate
Atlas CI'' 11 2''' 244 ::: ,:: 7: + ....1 ', ... 1.50 12 33. 33''. ::13. + INSOu.r. "variables case between the Florida Air also insisted the Cunci mile*. SLOAN. JR.
.0 110 11 52''", OlIN 52'.4 + VIIlerond Clerk Circuit Court
AulC.nl 50 I4.4 I. design and capacit. -
.10. ''' 35' 5th + IN POLK COUNTY (
approve Pollution Commission and the
lI.co Corp I 134 2J14 2714 ''' 2144 21.. + 'N 220 I 77'1' 7714 71'. rulings changes would be "very FUNDS) STATS! B,Lutlle HaetlnM
AVC C. .71e ii 10... lOIN 110 SId KolI.m.n 172 1211' 11'. 12'" + IN particular and Is the Deputy
l.I 22. 22. + company and would the NO. SR 17.A, CI.r
$14011 C'I I 144 611'1 1414 NIIN + III51d0lllnd give ,7.116
A.n.I.I41II 12 17101 1d.IN 2214 53l44 Explains basis for abitrr. 540-A Lakeland .
211 SO. II 11 II + I'StdOIIPtJ determining violationsif
r -II- 3344 3344 IN .700 U1.. '\4 i3'4 14SoiloI Huffstutler explained the control .. to much authorityto It.. Work cormtiite of
l.bCocWII 2 IA 12'. .l44 7.. 7. IN 21016 I ISI" S2'1 0311" IN of air in they occur close down a plant. dlum grading: IVt" .
44 IN pollution phosphate -
1.ldLI".1O 15 14'4 I. 4114 + Stand Pf.. ISO 144' IN II 4' INtanWer Firms Cooperate with Type I Aaph. Cone. : 18 HEREBY OWEN
1.101' I U 36 1414 3414 66 ff14 + 110 $ I 20 II 21 Sill 21110 + ON5t.uttCN plants is based on a \' Hits Proposals term eewer and .m.1 und..I.no will apply t.

11.11 A Oil I 4214 4111 1.20 11 1I'Ii' 31'''' II''.. .... system" in which each Huffstutler emphasized tha ocr scOur..: and Cont Co .. .
1.lunll 1.20 14 32''' 32'4 .. :SC 366. SterIDrog 63 77 29 2i'4 2114 '..4Stymts "quota Bowen in a prepared state L nth I.Oil mile*. k County, Florida, at tI's
Beckmie In 12 54 57.. ', It'. 1414' 1'1 i 9.20 44 37'N: 27 37 + INStudbokoe of t the approximately 10 phos- the phosphate firms have ben ment representing the A Proposal Guaranty of Building I ,
I..IIAI..IO 20 1t'', "" .. 144 944 ... Cuncil. ban five % of
535 it, 144 014 + IN industries in Polk and wholeheartedly cooperating percent (5 ) ro a revolution
Nell How .40 no "'. 2414 43. 13'''' -1101 'Sun OIl III I "'. 55'''' 0414' + 14 phate laid "Te industry .ubmlf Actual Bid, In the lon .. ,
I.fldl 2.10 11 4414 II 3144 10'44 + IN 'unroy 1.10 101 30"1 304 JOI'I10 Iillsborough Counties Is per in many instances, have been that changes are a certified check, . .' .1 o the folow'n. of

Itnu".019 79 tIN 114 5114 3344 414 1111Cc 1.10 27 ..'.. OdIN 4644 mitted to emit a maximumfluorine holding smoke-carried pollutants -, props' lr.t cp.n, U..u. '. of the "e.ne".
1".11.11I 4 31' 3. N 33'''' 3314' IN 1 -T- bank of any national 19 South
1.11I Itl, 130 td 37'11' 37 .. 1114 1111. . level according to the the safe level and drl Townahlp
would condition bank Surety Ea.t, thence North
11.0.' 1.20 55 15 13... 1.'.. 14 + \I Tent 6ei Ib 101 n n' 22 + '''' blow They create a o
Bowl,.. 2 114 16'0 4144 : .. 7444 10'. 4 ... eiece 220GuitProd n 7444 74 74<* 4 t* lant's size of production and that reduction is an making it impossible for the payable of to the Governor im Cant hence
Florida, .
lord.n I to II 73\10 72''' .. II 66 .. TII 44 SIlO, <7'* 54t + t* animal life. If the Commission Stt moot Kant l 41 fret,
lIarI W., 1 II AlIt 4614 4t4 6404 44 TIIOSul.1O .31 30* 2t'* 30'* 41'* proximit to 1 tcipate. companies to operate efficiently bid. A check or NorJ S .ao' Kaat HI.1
NrIgte MIt 10 I 144 112'' 112'16t Tllln.t".10 74 M4 7t'* 71'0 this means: st the pound per with the mount I.. than five South 05' Fait
interprete. 4.0 or to cooperate fully
I.I..S 1.10. 33 31'1' 3C14' n'4 13'1Ia T.... Ld 3Se 10 23 22'* 22'* + V* A of the actual bid will thence South 'S'60
BrIt, My .M 13 47'* "... 3' 35'16 +,114 TII"'"* 140 54 12'4..2. + II company perhaps twice I day I a stated part Its rie., enforcement agency, because of he bid. Should the IS feet thence ,

Bnintwkk 135 10''* 10'* 12. 3314 4 4 tllokol lISt 131 I7'<4 111* ,14>4 + V* as large .if neighbr. wouldbe It might impede progress in air the constant threat of whimsies nty exceed ten percent ( 1400 feet, thence
ldtwel Oil II 34t* 34'4 34'* ON the Department eatlmate ' faet.
BuckevaPL I It 3414 It""* : 12'''' 13 1'1 enforcement > Kant 100
Bucv E.IO 32 27'* 271* 0114 21' ... lmkRBur' 1 II M 17 17 V, alowe proprion- pollution by en orders and arbitrary rulings. b. reduced automatically North 70' 1at 100.t
Sued Co.60 52 17'* 17'* 1)014 111'''' -I'1t rent W Air :2t 4354 4)H 12'a : couraging companies that now percent (10%t of tha Rant let.0 foot,
Sullard .2S* 22 272' 4344 44''I + II '1 neil elI 32 47 4 4t 47 . "The changes give a representative -atlmate Certified l)0.0 feet to point
Bulova 40 II 2444 254* 544 Silo 4 ... eniitron ,1117" 7'* .'* .'* 4 H its smokestacks than the smaller emit less than that level to gear of government full State of Florida ,,,

Surllnd I.40 25' 4444 ", 72 7214 + 1'1 'TrICont.350 21.... 444t 4IH H company which would be upwards to the maximum permissible ary II.m" .tthr. ROgEHURST BUBDI-
2144 .. TwentC 1071 14 34 tt" 24 + H control over when plants will hall I'.
Surrouohi I t4 23'AI 1. 1444' + 14 1"0 Lakeland, Florida,
because of much smaller level In the interest of
-C- 72. nIl + .. -UUCirbid geared, taking such discretion I Rev N. .mll.-II . are the own.,

Cel I'nl.1OI 31.... I 3434 3414' .. 140 US 17t t 121'* ))2t 4 '* capacit. to a maximum waste expanding phosphate production oprate. the highlyskilledstaff the P'. I I, luht to be v.-
CallahM17f 53 7'* 7 344 37" f 1'1 Union Ioc I 31 27 2V* 2Vj .* might be considerably he ..ald.Hufrtuter All work I. to be don known .R08EHLBST
CameL 41* 4 144* 14'* 27'.. 27\10 101 nOIIC i.40b 13 7t* 7144, 714 t* ," said Bowen. ". . is rordanoe with tha Plane, ) .
C. p S* .10 X54 174 344 t7110 loa +414 Un Pec IM 35 4141, 41'. 41V. It below the 4,000 pounds per also decried use J atlona and Special ; ." will apply to
Can Or, 1 M 344 33V* u,. AlrL 1 U tl 4)1* ..'<'* 41V"* IA. day stricture. In no case said of forage fora conceivable a plant manager ho State Road .f County Commlailnn. f
Can PIC Ill '7:11I": :3014 : 4t'* '" Unit Alrclt t 34 444 414* 44'*; + Vt grass samples could receive a telephone cal Plane .nd/o Propoaal 11, 3964.
CaI,.. 110 50 $2'l SI\4 '. 40'* 401 \40 Unit C* JS* 41 l"i I'* I'* I Huffstutler, would the level al 40 parts per million of fluo- official and may b. purchased by plat of .u..tlnl
Carter .d le 13 4114 II '* 14* 14V* + IN U n Fruit 40 15 22'* 12V"* 22'* \* from an agency Contractor upon Florida,
c..tor .d wi IS 2044 20. .1 72'* ".*, IN OeiCp 1.70" 103 37'. 14''' 37 + C... J' 71 1214 1244 70'* 71''"* + ''II UnltM"M 1 44 20"4 404 1444 INUSI04I I trs Mi of Plan te I at Florida,
I C.torTr ,... 51 d.214' 4144, l J7. 27H 3': : 30 :;'''' :, I going to be bad and th plant' .and plan for "'.Iad., .
Colonom 1.10 714. 7014 32. 12'* + ** lOGY. 0ON ,,. + 'a must be closed This nil, be purchaeed lo $ :. W, STOCICARD
C.Iot.w 4 3114 31 eON t + ... US Indu.t 72 ItoN n'4 11" + 44US ..t. Ordera for the*. 1
Contoln.l.so Ie so 4914 4t* 4t'* -I" LIdS 211 10..... 40I 4114. + 14llSPiywd I makes such a bureau official a houM b* directed to the IAtL OIL&10RI
CooNudl.l2 7" 24 77'* 77'* 'II'' 4 10 20 7e 7314 14 4 110UI virtual dictator with no immediate -or Contracta, with chock
(wIt IW 1.2' 3. 16\10 4514 < cub 120 122 0344 IN 12N INUI 4
17V I7 Ii 10 the Stale *
.... ,.. ... available tote Roa .
'''' "" II 6 46" lId 4&N 4us ,0r/ recourse .
;, (..: "-... "19 jIl 17" ; 2514 2614 24V 2444 ++114 :::::1.1 131 STIN 4714 57j: + 14 TheStars plant manager.. 'orld.. IThl.' .1"0...'.

CowmAlrC I IS" 21'11 4444 IJ 4 "Ia." Unit WII.n' 31 644 4I 601 4 '11 1.1.be made'd .)
CII.I I It 102 1737 .t1'4 4414 UnMotcl,10 31 1314 lION. 451404 Bowen defended the present -
Cllmolln 1.20 17 ''44 35 :::: 0044 OlIN 4 '(14 Un OilPd .10 II II"4 11. 37044UplotnI The right I. reaarved
hlckor? MCI I 17... 17'040 '" 117" l2ll' +2 1 31 02'l' CIII. OlIN .. system of voluntary cooperation .ny or all bid.
C II.. Oil 4 33 70. 70'11 5204 52. IN -V- 8TATf DART
CIIIMIl lIP I II 244 2314 Reduce Fluorine OF
'" 3214 51 \I
11 36'41 V.nAIiSI 160 I" 13" 31 + '".4V.0.4 f JOHN .
CIIPn.u 1444 17 34'Id R
0644 3314 + II
4414 +
Csve 5414 1404
CR' Poll? I ale 2114 24 h.ln.nJAY
3014' 31'N' .. "The Industry processed
A. 01 52,1 1204 1214 + 14 W.
cII."crn .111 13 1444 11 ... 1404 1911 \\III BROW
Chrysler' I M3 .1 4714 10'H 12'1 II -. . VtndoCo.60 10 1714 II'''' 17'1. .. per cent more phosphate rock 8tl. IISII" ATTORNE'
V.14w 1.01 4514 4414 4514 4 46
CIT It/'S./ Fin I tOO 10 .44. 11 3714 0414 3644 : ', 34 3044. 3444 3S'l -+ IN\Ia -w- Impel In 1963 than in 1959," aaid Bowen. u-t" lPd. A..c..I..1

CI..EIIII .20 32 33'. 32... W.I..orlh 7 7 C'N V.4 + 14 "Despite this substantial In- ,
CIlO COlO i 12 121.. 120'a Worn..le.50 107 "'t 1314 14'l'. +1IW..L.m total emissions of fluorine RE-ELECT
C igp.T..2 7j42 4114 0514 23% .10 ii 33'l' 5114 0744 IN crease,
CollinRod .40 20 ,$18 1114 '0'. 50'. + IN Wn AIrL I 110 sa 12114 125'1i' 127I'N have been reduced by more
CII I 111.. 4344 4114 4744' 11 By Carroll Righter
Wn 500CC I 42 13. 13'I 50 cent during the BQQKE
Cod G. 'n 4. 29'4' 2144 44 4614. . Wllln Md I n 10'11 3444 10'''' + INWUnT0I than per "
Col P45 .530 40 n. 2" 1114 lIll IN 110 51 3544 SOul 3344WtOA same period. This has been SHELLEY
ComiC' 110 21 101II dO'l' p1144' .
$ 110 131 36 33.4 3204 + 44
Com1501. I 12 3414' 3514 11'1 37\4 P 14 W..II 1.20 313 35 3414 34,4 + III made possible by a reucton' "

ComEd 1.101I II 4014 4O4 whirl CI 110 21''''' '1 "'.. 44WtitM of almost two-thirds .
CowEdli 3.30 II IS' $514 3n. 31. ISO .5 3214 32 35'Id + 1'1Wilift emitted ton of rock (Pel. M. Mieter > httler ''.< :
ConE loci.... I 21 4014' 10 '0\40.11 + 1'1 C. 110 27 COIN 45144344444WIonDI fluorine per Sutrlnt CnNG.. UO 014 12" 4114'. II 31 114 .2. 30'4' 21. 5444 4Woolwttt SATURDAY, APRIL II. INI big plans in mind. Dine out ---- ---- ----- --- --- -- ----- -----
ConsPw 1.50 II 4444 proeae.
210 115 12. 02'4 5714 + 44WprOtie
C..I? I 20 33.4' 33 041 7204,' 10 73441"+ IN 150 21..... 4044 4004 .4lj GENERAL TENDENCIES: together later Delve into favorite "The phosphate inu.t feels "
Coot Air .40 III 11'11 24'fs )(oro.C'.1O lOll "'4.110"I
Coot C.n. 73 41.. 4414 31'A1 5l'.IdI'I' You all stirred and hobbies, toO that tremendous progress has
41 44 "-. Vnllt lIt T SI 4q14 4i14 40" It.Zenill are up aredetermined
Collins. 2.20 53 5744 51'N ..I'N 1'1 1.20. 75 53" '211 $314 4 44 been made under existing regulations -
Cool Mot .40 tO 1114' 1114 to create much SCORPIO (October 23 to November WOOLWORTH19'X12'
33. 3444 of its
Coot Oil 2 29 15'. 4414 3114 324 + IN SALISAppioo that Is different from what 21) A close tie is because coopers-

Conl.ol Dets 260 40'.4 31" "36l'I' '' 17'. 11 + 1'1 IIn.1 11.1 . .. .. ... .. .010.000 have in the amenable to effort with the state agencies.
Copr Into 32 you accomplshe some Joint ton
.. OlIN, 51 +1 dl 1.320,400
Corn .d 120 1.50 II.4 32. 4414 31\10 4601 17 + III 41404 800 V.. :.:;;::::::::::: 0,413,140: : past, but you adopta which could increase rapport. Other testimony in the public

Crow Crompln C .751 12 5Th. 2131 12. 7244 1'1 140011 agO . ................ 0.645.600 more up-to-date and modern Be enthusiastic aside hearing included criticism of
.. .. . . . .. Cloed Casting '
Cork 143 33' 33'... 32. 12. + 101 Year .10 . ,. . in the RUG
C"CrowS' 1.11 1.10 30 54'i' 55'''' 3244 3214 IN Two vain.10 .. .............. "' ''.210 attitude, plus much charm anda frivolity for something worthwhile proposed changes rulings
C..cSI".1O. 41. 25'4 24". $1 $114 4 101 Jan I III date .. ............... 365.195.1" If relating to the availability of
PIt 21 S4' 714 ': '' 5114 5211 + 14 1163 10 date . ............ .. 300.775.1101 warm .mle. you want to brings fine benefits now. and
Coach'Curtli Pub 31. 744 42 13 1'1 '16210 date . .. ... ... .. .. 246,700,710 get the greatest amount of standby equipment par
Curt W. I U".. 4444 benefits from this usually good ( for air pollution control devices
-J>- 22 to 21) Ideal Sat
Saturday. Expand. Dembr In plants and repeated pleas

D.nltl".10 117 20\40 4414 urday getting togetherwith that air contaminants are hurt

0"DIVCO.20 Corp It 11 13\'a 21 4314 20,4 I Exchange I ARIES (March 21 to April go friends at recrea Ing cattle and plant life.

D.I"Hud.3Oe pint 0(10 10 17 S 21'2444... 26'11 2414 19) You want to force othersto ton are mutually enjoy.

D.nRloGW 1 11 2OId 2014 do a you wish, but only a satisfying Make appointments -

ceo DotUdle 1t".60'1.20 27 44 321i 144. 3214 11 ( *, .. .. II I list Date Cont. 41 4144 40'* 4144+1:1140: charming manner will work early Then relax Balcony Scene

DI..v.lOb 321 "'. 4514 tctlon. en th* Equity C. .111 .. 1'* 1* 3HVt. with them. Improve health and have fun.CAPRICOR.
01. lew 110 11 11\10 $111 Fere Oil* il I I-IIt 1.11t ..II+N. I
Dom.Mln 10 II 21 25" : Prldavi Falmt Pat .IM IS IIV* I1>4 1110- \ok magnetism. Ten socialie (December 22

pupAIr 1.'" 20 25'''' 1S'It Nl Fly Tiger 17 10* 10'* 1001I+ U with fine following Caps Wild Daynesota _
Dow CII 110 40 7214 72 '' Ltw Lad Ch*. Gin Deval 14 4<* 4H 4HV to Januar 2) Fundamental _
DreIuf 1.201 212 30'4 2414 ... :34'4 :t'4 IN Gen Plywd 74 4>t 4'* 4<.+ V* can now be
duP..t. 1.5Ott 44 262 24444 Giant V'I.600 23 10* 10'* 10V44 V* diacuue
Ouq L.I 1.31 11 31\10 3I'4 ''"', 33'71'** 13't-/'t.14 14 Goldlltld 74 I IH 1_ 14 TAURUS (April 20 to May and properly handled wit persons poll conducte by theMinneapolis I
Gt Ba Pet 41 1'4 3'* 3'tVt .
10 444
Dn A".IO 10 You feel
-E- GuH Am Ld 14 .'* 5'* 5'*. .. concere your "
.. 'Here It is he
Hycon Ml* 15 2H 1"0" in and want to get Kin are par.
Put AIr Lit 3tI 431'0., I I ''I .Imp Oil I 401 10..... 44 16 -14 hemme ceaer. and went back to the rocker.
1o'G. 1 It! 7 70'. dIll 2144. 11 J3>''- 54 Israel A Oil 37 V* '4 4+1-1. ot present obligations, but ticularly anis to reach un ,
E.Ko 220. IS 127. 42414 % 2H 214+ III '
CalM Ind 14 4044 10 I0'4-* this would be Improve .
t IotanM ISO 11 43,4 43" Kreltar 400 21" 144 t + <* kind -
IIBo'rd' 1.20 11 2444 3444 134' 13H. .... Llvlngi Oil ill 71144 II'* H't- I* working systems and alt goes AQUARIUS (January 21 to I
... IV 111 14 7 16
146 7\1 6 "-
Machty Air IJO. 7* 7H- Vt
1111.- 1.1St 2. SIll UN .... lOIN IOH- 101 McCrory wt 27 244 SIN I..... . smoothly Evening fine for February 19) Any vital duties lYmf Iat, I

II..NG I 113 20 1411 .$., 101' 10"+ .'N. MeatS John .41 43 114 21'* 114. romance. should be handled early
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you one comes
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F IInlk.1O 30 21 27j .1fl. .* 401'* '03'*+1I4 sesion
Pine total bond sales ......... 0240.000Total however.
Pm 1.1' 21 46N 1414 ',. '15* 014 what must done to become no animosity, which Seichen, Sandburg and
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70 1414 U 72* 12" lit
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Preowli I 20 IJ :3014 3614 '* lOIN' tl'* .. NEW Rug 75 % Cotton 25 %
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10 Public ... ..... 1744-001 I who already
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121 SPIN 27. ..... .. 75-114 I

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OIIOAI4 44 at -I affairs
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G4ICICG Ill. 113 2014 lION 44* 14 WHAT STOCKS DID Others in "S
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GrondU.1OI6 113 2144 2044 : : : 44 14 NEW YORK .
GronCS let 15 2414 5464 I 7>* + IN rAP Join efforts with yours. A - MONFf'S
0I414 1.201 7IIt: :III" : )S'* + II ,r"u, | PAUL VAUGHN '

GI Nor Ry' II.... 406 414* II Advance .. ... ..........,,. . 411 LIBRA (September 23 to 1rr WORTH MORI AT

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Gull M"O I 4 414 1114 47V1 + ON Total 1 IUUM . . ........ .13 12 you Polk County Clerk of Circuit Court

GIIOII let U 51'4 51" S04 4 Ii New 1444 nithl .. .. ............ InH. others to do for you; then sit I SOUTHGATE SHOPPING

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