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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 12, 1964
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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: VID00116
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LEDGER VOL. 40, NO. 202 LAKELAND, FLORIDA SUNDAY MORNING APRIL 12, 1964 ---' PRICE FIFTEEN CENTS


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r:4. : \4Iot...,...,. \ Taps Are Sounded For Gene rm Arthur I


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r NORFOLK Va. (AP) Taps Ceremonies Saturday ended They were Austral e"dum" mot as born here H.

Il founded In Norfolk Saturday for nearly a. full week of extraordinary Canada, NatlomJ 1t '1,(j mad T is) adopted city His {

.. . . General of the Army Douglas tributes to MacArthur In France Japan, S ph A,1, cryp under the rotunda of
::.' >\. r< + wok MacArthur, and his widow New York, Washington, and Monaco, the Philfa&w and the a tthur Memorial filled ,
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.... wept when the plaintive notes of Norfolk. It was a week of martial Nicaragua. Japan \Cvuth w ntless mementoes of his

.; t the bugle signaled farewell. music and guns booming Korea, the two count s IN pe ular military career,

MV f : I MacArthur's body will rest the 19-gun salute for the five- MacArthur met trlarnji 5-Part Ceremonies
+ 9 r In a sunken marble crypt be star general a week of flags, disaster, sent the largest*
rye' ' M n neath the battle flags he followed dress uniforms gleaming gallons. Former Prime Minis __ 'The ceremonies were in three

in three major wars of swords, and military panapoly, ter Shlgeru Yoshida, who held parts, two In the rotunda and :i
this country. Well over 100,000 persons filed office during the American the other at St. Paul's. .j j''

The last rites fell on the 13th past his open coffin military occupation of Japan, At 9:25 .m. clergymen pallbearers :'

anniversary of a supremely bit In Norfolk alone 1,781 led the Japanese delegatin. the escort commander
ter moment for MacArthur, viewed his body. The figure Atty Gen Robert F. Kenne and special honor guard assembled

1. On ,Apr. II, 1951 President came from mechanical counters dy represented President John at the rotunda. They
Harry S. Truman removed used by the Army. escorted Mrs. MacArthur to the
r = MacArthur from all his com Other thousands stood out- son.More than 400 civilian and church two blocks away.

mands in the Far East Truman aide the MacArthur Memorial military dignitaries, old comrades She walked behind the caisson -
dismissed him because of Museum and St. Paul's Episcopal in arms and relatives of bearing the casket and a

a dispute growing out of his church Saturday to see the MacArthur sat In the 224yearold riderless horse

Ltratcgy for fighting the Korean last rites. church. Her son Arthur, 26, walked
War after the Chinese Reds en At the funeral, 10 foreign MacArthur chose Norfolk for
h tered the conflict.Johnson. governments were represented. his burial place because his (Turn to Page 8-A, Column
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\ Final Resting Place Seeking To Keep Peace I

11\ Inns from tho notion's military lorvlcos lift tho flo| from the cokes of G.".,. Doufloi,

MocArthur. 01 tho f..... military loodor ,.ch.. Ku fi".' ,.til' ploco IN tho m.mnl.l..m.d for himU

Norfolk Vo. Tho .,.1'. widow sad ''
ion, Arthur one ions tko wotchmo "' .u"' a thotrodirlonol
; rltuol wes performed I* the rotund of tho ....-time covrthovio. (AP Wirophote)



Rioting In t/ Summit


Dade Jail I Door NotClosed


RAE FOR GOVERNORHopefuls Is Quelled t



MIAMI (AP) Rioting

prisoners smashed window In ,
Dade County's modernistic ,new t
WASHINGTON (AP-Presl-
jail Saturday, flooded cells and Sent Johnson said Saturday Soviet
Make PitchesTo corridors, and hurled garbageand Premier Khrushchev 1s
flaming debris through the
"seeking to peace. )n
preserve
broken windows to the yard be-
', v t PI the world Johnson said tl\at! ,
low.Peace a so long as Khrushchev "talk in
State HomebuildersBy was restored after -I'/i peaceful terms he will always
hours, with IS alleged leadersIn have our ear" -
solitary confinement. Two
This was Johnson's response,
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS homebuilding are going right on It was passed at $987 million. I prisoners were hospitalized, one at another unannounced Saturday ,
with facial cuts inflicted .
The paths of most Democratic with plans to add new facilities, Karl talking general terms, by severe cellmates when he refused I r ; {h news conference to are
candidates for governor crossed Mathews noted. told the builders that "it is the disturbance. quest for comment on Khrushchev's
to the
Join
Saturday at Sarasota where recent kind voids
they responsibility of the governor to
made for Kelly pledged a conservative Damage was estimated at about the American President ,
separate pitches support provide the kind of political ell- .
of the Florida homebuilding spending philosophy as govern mat that will entice businesses 11.000? mostly smashed win' -- ar and Secretary of State Dean
or. lie said that if he builders down and ripped mattresses Rusk. -
industry : and people to settle here.
operated thf ir personal business the disturbance .
Almost Immediately "
James Mathews Jr. of Jack- "I am glad to .ee, saldfjoJtiVT! '
ex like the state government had I "In the final analysis, while was made an Issue In '
"that<< Mr. Khrushchev a
sonville, Scott Kelly of Lakeland been operating in recent years,., the government should not guarantee a heated campaign for sheriff 'son role of and
playing Fred Karl Daytona Beach and they would be bankrupt by now. you a profit it should do
Fred Dickinson of West Palm all in its power to bring customers Orders Probe seeking to<< preserve peace in the
"I ask your help in stoppingthe world. That<< certainly in the desire -
Beach In'that rder buildersof
accepted Into the state The
V,
Sheriff A. Buchanan or
and that
spend- -ta: trend prevails of this country. When tie
speaking invitations and Florida and all citizens have
appeared dered an Investigation to determine *
in I
Tallahassee, Kelly talks in peaceful' terms, he will
'before the group of about said "Gov. 100 top builders.. ." ly Inspired." But he added that
should have exercised leadership
Republican Folks told' the builders that At the same time, the l'resl.dent *
One candidate in Insisting that the last he was not making accusations.

Ken Folks of Orlando, also spoke Legislature send him a revenue mobile homes Codes should in Florida be subjectto and ...+E -_ -" ....,-..." ". ._ -? any gave who scant would encouragementto call for, an

at the gathering bill with the appropriation bill, building His opponent, private detective early summit meeting
Meanwhile, Mayor Hay dOli Instead of separately, so he to property taxes. ,But they Floyd F. Miner, retorted

Burns of Jacksonville campaigned could determine If the new should be eligible for,the he $5,000 said that the Investigation was Guided Tour On Home Grounds Won't Leave U. S.
in Florida and homestead exemption than smokescreen -
West taxes were fair, "nothing more a Johnson said that because of
Mayor Robert King High of Miami said he had tried but On other campaign points. to cover up Buchan.n'sinefficiency" the forthcoming election, hit
Kelly White HOUM pounds
Folks said that somebody made Proildont Johnien look over a now role ye.terdor-.rhof of s guide round
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talked to a women's group failed to limit the general appropriations and "If he can't for o "'.., of .,.h....... The Prtiidtnt riioroo' tko ,.'.. opined end a flock of tourlifi found themlolvot newness In office, the absence. "t
In Hollywood. bill to $950 million (Turn to Page 6.A, Column 5) maintain order in the county" ... a sands guided tour of tho |ro ndi with Jekaaoaolaliae out tho highlight AP( WI,.. of a vice president, and a mull
Mathews told the contractors jail, he should be replaced. titude of foreign policy problems
In disturbance began at 6 photo> he does leave the' I,
that their industry was a The not plan to ...
slump now, but that it had a.m., with a rising chant of continental 1 United States this., '
Indications for the future. .. "We want chow" by 320 prisoners '
bright ( Johnson Leads Tourists On year
Utility firms whose expansion is \k (f! j l As more than 50 county officers The only things that could take

Reared to population growth andI. , __:.J .., 1..rJrI converged on the Jail, the him abroad, he said would be

bedlam Increased. I an unforeseen emergency or

Plot Windows Smashed Tour Of White House GroundsWASHINGTON "some feeling that great advances
Alleged could be made."
Windows were smashed and This did, however, leave the
I. To Kill BobKennedy burning clothing and flaming A group of enjoyed my visit with him. son and his oncoming march. door slightly ajar for a possible

newspapers were hurled into startled tourists were led Lester Pearson, the prime ere 1964 summit session.

the upper branches of trees in through a tour of the White minister, was In Washingtonlast "Don't y'll mess this up, Aides said that In his response

r.R the jail yard. Tin cups, trays B. winter. now I"! Johnson commanded. about Khrushchev, Johnson was
House grounds by Lyndon
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and garbage littered the yard. A woman drifted eagerlyInto The photographers began back not trying to get into the Sino
,
Is Bared ,. In an effort to restore quiet, Johnson yesterday. place beside the President ing away from the phalanx Soviet dispute on Moscow's side.
a second breakfast was servedin President Johnson"out for a bearing down on them. .Shut The Kremlin accuses the Chinese

the cells at 8 a.m.c but manyof pre-luncheon stroll in beauti "I'm sure enjoying this walk tars clicked madly, of advocating nuclear war

CHAtTANOOGA Tenn. (AP) the prisoners dumped their ful spring weather, spotted the with you" Johnson said com- Johnson pointed out some Instead of Khrushchev's "peace

-Court records showed"Satur trays on the floor. tourists at the southeast gate panionably."Boy of the sights, Including the ful coexistence.."
day that a mysterious ..sa. Then water from opened faucets and how,"she replied. East Room windows. "My Johnson was here referringto

sination plot" mentioned during began to flow out of fifth- near the Treasury building on "The best walk I ever had!" Lucl," he told the marchers, "complimentary" remarks-

James R. Hoffa's Jury-tamper floor cells, where most of the East Executive Avenue. By this time photographershad was hiving a party there for as the questioner put It-which

ing trial involved an alleged K .a white prisoners were held. It "Would you like to take a materialized from the "her schoolmates." Lucl I Khrushchev made during his
threat to kill Atty. Gen. Robert stood several inches deep in the walk with me?" Johnson ask- White House press room and
F. Kennedy. James Neal corridors before It was discovered ed; and ordered the gates were massed in front of John (Turn' to Page 6.A, Column S) (Turn to Page 8-A, Column 2)

Chief Prosecutor and the water was cut off.
In a secret session of court Feb. The alleged ringleaders were opened.
AP Wirophoto With that the President was
,
chief
6, said the government's dragged, kicking and yelling, .
witness "reported (to the FBI) in off around the black topped
out of their cells and placed
a threat by James Hoffa to kill drive that circles the south

the attorney general." Neal said On The Inside solitary. grounds. The tourists trooped ____

be personally knew nothing along.

about it. Call "All of you ugly men get up _r
At the time, It was revealed Soviets front and all of you pretty
What Goes' On Here ? it
Saturday. U.S. Dist. Judge girls come back here with ?Mf '
Frank Wilson ruled that the For Rebuff me," Johnson ordered.
Union offi- i
Teamsters
witness- That question seems to be what the Siamese cat Is Hang Behind
cial Edward G. Partin of Baton
Rouge, Lajould not be cross- asking the Chihuahua, mother of two puppies and who Of Red ChinaMOSCOW But everybody hung respect. NftL1'I AlBC15ltH''

examined in connection with the also took as a part of her brood, three baby rabbits fully behind the President. As

alleged threat, because it was found in a neighbor's garden. The only surviving bunny (AP) The Soviet the group rounded the pool andfountain
not relevant to the trial directly below the
I is shown above. The pets belong to Mr and Mrs. C. H. and Hungarian Communist par.
Partin was secretary and business ties called In a communique White House and started: up
agent of the Baton Rouge Roper of Savannah, Ga Sinular questions have been published Saturday for "a resolute the slope toward the rose gar

local and the government's key asked recently around Cape Kennedy with regard to the rebuff to the anti-Leninist den, Johnson had a scoutmas

witness in the Chattanooga trial. whereabouts of the missile test ship Observation Island. conceptions and subversive ac ter's positions at the head of
Testimony by Partin linked Hof- tivities" of Red China's leader,. the hike.
The mystery was solved yesterday and the story is on
fa to tampering efforts. The Joint statement, Issued Walking beside him was
"Never Happened" page I0-A. On Page 5-A, the candidates for governor by Premier Khrushchev and C. L Prashar. a tall young

give their views on reapportionment. These are just Premier lanes Kadar as the architecture student at How
cryptic reference to
When the respective party chiefs was ard University and a native of
the assassination plot came before some of the many entertaining! and Informative ankles
fresh ammunition for Khru.shchev' India
the Jury-without elaboration In Ledger today.
your
10-day visit to Hun-
Feb. 28, Teamsters "Is Mr Nehru getting any
on
Hoffa angrily told gary. Khrushchev returned by better?," Johnson Inquired, as
president tram from Budapest Saturday
if asking about a neighbor's
"I deny It, Its a lie
newsmen and It never happened. Amusements ..... 5-D Editorials .......?." 4-ABridge night health.
He will speak over Soviet radio -
Hoffa and three others were .................. 9-A Horoscope .,.....". 12-B and television Sunday. Preshar said he believed the
March 4 of trying to Indian prime minister was Improving
convicted federal court Jury They Citrus ............w...... 7-D Sports ................ 1.4-DClassified "The Communist party of the Another member of
fix a
Soviet Union and the Hungarian
Stocks-Finance 10-11B behind them, Ward Store Near Completion
bond pending appealof the just
are free on Socialist Workers de- group
.......... 7-Il-D party informed that he
President
prison sentences. Women . MO-C the
nounce most emphatically the fobiiloui! wise mod of hu...." hoir ot thkeovtr .
A spokesman for the Justice Death ....,.........w.. 8-A Weather Map. .,., 6-A factional activities of the Chinese was in Canada. Mr. Corol Hill triot on as..0 Montgomery Wofo" ... Mtmerlol loulovor.
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Department said In WashingtonTurn leaders," the communiquesaid "How's your prime minister co."to. .f the (ompenr'l li."t .... .'.'. .,.,1 completion The

In calling rebuff. ?" Johnson a.ked. "I sure itoro will spec Hi doors t. cUlt_." on April 22. I ILedftr Photo ly HujK.)
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I SHOP MONDAY AND FRIDAY TIL 9 P.M., LAKELAND OrientationThe ); \; ''I

Lakeland.Mulberry Chapter ;. .8rJ. t
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I X will conduct a Red Cross and., \!, ..,.,.. '. ', '!'.f"" ." ..--; -' ,.. ;f' '" I
-- Gray Lady orientation for volunteera (' 7F- MIl'
at the Chapter House,, ALICE HUNT SOKOLOFF has electrified half the world
302 Park Trammell Drive, By with It. The songs are all her
Thursday at 9:30: a.m. : We have received recently own Their simplicity, their
The class will last until about'several recordings for which the loving response to life and nature
t 3 p.m, including time off for Inspiration was religious They and the charm and fresh
lunch. Coffee and cold drinks cover a time span of more than ness of her singing are exquisite
will be available. Those attending 200 years-from Bach to the .
are requested to bring present day, and geographicallythe * *
own lunch I composers range from west DARIUS MILHADD: Sacred
Volunteers are needed for Including France,
ern Europe
j Service for the Sabbath Morn-
Gray Lady, motor service, and that most civilized of nations to Helm Rehfuss, baritone.
staff aides Volunteers should the farthest reaches of the Con, Ing.
) Radlodlrru.lonI
call MU 3-5716 to enroll for the go The one I shall discuss first.I Television Chorus of Francals the Orchestra-

I course Mrs Margaret Senn,is the most recent but musically I National de I'.
BROTHERS chairman of Gray Ladles, will| Its content carries us back I du Theatre
assist In the orientation, 1 centuries f opera Mllhaud conducting.
*KtLANDS OK EAT CTORCShelton 1I[over many Westminster I WST 17052,
1I I|I Mlssa Bantu. Mass of the First monaural XWN 1MB.
I I Sunday After Caster: sung by I Milhaud Is one of France's
Lea Soeurs Blanches, chorusof and prolific composers
most gifted
YOURROME I I the Congolese Sisters of I He has lived and taughtfor
Katana. Philips PCC 111 many years. in Californiaand
.,I A few months ago we re the commission for this
viewed the Missa Luba (Philips work came from the Temple
PCC 606) a mass sung in pure E-Manuel in San Francisco.
I ,Congolese style It was completely First performed in 1949 this Is
c fresh and new to western the second Important work to
I I t
filled
ears
< kye be written for this service the
o ,with exuberant
first being by Ernst Bloch.
1
tl .. f I vitality and re- Milhaud welcomed the commission .
This
lilt y as he says, "as a good opportunity r
F Missa Bantu Is
to express my own
mother aspectf religious faith." It
fervent
M the musical very
is a reverent and lovely work.
Jevelopment in
Africa Clearly The performance, conducted by
'under' the Influence the composer, Is excellent, and
I special mention should be madeof
of western

Y / AIR CONDITIONED I --:R. 1,divided. music Into, it twoMrs. is Heinz the Rehfuss wonderful. singing of

Sokoloff 4lgtinlct *
rt ': ...AS LITTLE AS parts FRANCIS POULENC: Stabat
The first, the four parts that
Mater Le Bal Masque. Soloists.

>.. go ahead be gorgeous \ -1J $26 50 make Roman up Catholic the Proper Mass is of in the the de. Chorus L'Assoclatlon of the des Orchestre Concerts

plainsong style of the earliest Colonne. Instrumental

in wide of brim Gregorian chants The other is Ensemble of (I'Orchestra du
a sweep A MONTH the setting of the Ordinary of Theatre National de l'Opera.
the Mass, that part of the Mass
Louis Fremaux
NO DOWN PAYMENTHow Poulenc, piano.
which never changes These are conductor Westminster
JO.!);) free improvisations with only !9618Poulenc's.
many rooms In your the accompaniment of a tom Stabat Mater Is one
horns Imagine enjoying coot tom. However even here, thewestern of the most profound and fervent

Summer and the romantic wide brims spin Into focus looking filtered,dehumidified refreshIng felt For influence me it Is does very not strongly have religious compositions of our
It Is deeply movIng
time simple
z air In all of them-not just wonderful free flow
the wild
bit feminine their You'll be cool . shaded skillfully wrought. It is a
every as as wearers one I If your warm air furnaceis of the Missa Luba. It is a step, which should be
; composition
from the sun , In never.prett er white, black or beige 1 ;+iT \ in good condition, we c.nInstill and an amazingly archaic one known and performed widely.
,J a famous Carrier along the road of our highly
When our century can produce
; In hours And sophisticated musical evolution.
Weathermaker such a work as this, we should
Mias' Millinery SalonMAAS you'll not only have a much Harmony is almost nonexistent. profit by it.
more comfortable . much imitation is used occasionallyas Le Bal Masque is a kind of .
?? more healthy home,you'l I also, is the drone of one group. musical carnival and shows
that holds a tone while the others
F I 'a', Increase Its value Isn t that improvise above It, of very the different and amusing/; a1]

i well worth-while Come In or I do not want to minimize the composer.rt '

ay" e call us today for complete ''interest of this recording. It{BACH Cantata No. Sl. "Jauch-
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;"i Information I 'Is a fine record and an Important zet Gott In Allen Landen.
one. But for me it lacks
Judith Raskin Suite
I soprano
"I- AUTMOIIIZlOII the marvelous spontaneity and No. I In C Major for Orches
4J .. :reality of the Missa Luba It is I tra. The Festival Orchestraof
;
< an attempt at imitating western New York. Thomas Dunn,
music and the rare spark of conductor. Decca Dl 19089.
+I'I'It it:; I,originality seems to burn rather Of all composers Bach devote
AIR CONDITIONING DEALER I low. However, it Is touchingand ed himself more than all the
real and a bridge betweentwo others to Church music. In a
widely divergent musical letter he wrote, "I have always
V pT ,1vtf 1\'Y.S !cultures liked to work toward the goalof
y \ I perfection in Church music,
t / rr.tr a :The Singing Nun Her Joys,
IMiIAIAI
and my one objective has been
SERVICE Her Songs Soeur Sourire.' the glory of God. And what
Philip PCC 109. a goal of perfection he attained!
Everyone has heard by now Thomas Dunn and his Festival

.... : .... of the wonderful Belgian Sister Orchestra of New York turn out
un Au.'" Nwr.Ph. Sourir who finds such joy in
........ very good performances of the
the expression of her religious two works on this recording.
; '' ;7I'I devotion through music that she:They- are fresh and vltmrnun"
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WASHINGTON (AP) Preilimlnary -
inspection indicatesthat
Al part of Anchorage may
;,have fallen into an old glacial I
stream bed during the March '
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ROOMMONDAY >,27 earthquake in Alaska the

Coast Friday and Geodetic Survey said I

NITE MENU Rear Adm. H. Arnold Karo.
director of the agency, said a
Stroller group of seismologists and technicians .
APPITIZERS had made the inspection
BROTHERS IS Chilled Fruit Juke M Gulf Shrimp Ceckreil 75 This evidence Indicates he
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4-A LAKELAND LEDGER, Sunday, April 1J, 1M4 "Thank You For Waiting . You Were Saying= MacArthur Had




I LEDGER EDITORIALS 1 Great Interest .


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In Public AffairsBy


He's Earned His TicketThe
,; DAVID LAWRENCEWASHINGTON of the army returned from a
Much will visit to Australia, some of tha
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time has come, as the saying has any political kinship to the nar- be written about General newspapermen how he thought asked him General privately

goes, for Floridians everywhere to row, self-seeking extremists who infest I 11111c Douglas MacArthur be,fully but cow the MacArthur was doing as com

come to the aid of Spessard L. Hol- both major parties. The senator a ered.story may For his never was a life and mander of forces In the Pa.
land and send him back to Washington that cific. He replied:
brilliant scholar in college and wearerof career
with a substantial vote of confi- dealt not alone "Very fine very fine. But,
dence. the Phi Beta Kappa key is rather with the military of course, he's very much Interested

fond of doing what nobody expects of aide but in what's going on
The senior senator from Bartow is politically he always has

being challenged by J. Brailey Odham, him. He led the fight for example, with other many activities been.

a Sanford builder to submit the anti-poll tax amendmentto of government -
who made two the people. That amendment now a in which PERIIAPS SOME of this
spectacular but stands as a memorial to his convictionthat be had the same interest was to come to
Inter. the surface in 1951, when the
unsuccessful bids all Americans, regardless of coloror keenest minority leader of the house
est.
i for the governor- religion or any other consideration Many ci us of representatives, Joseph W,

ship. Mr. Odham mast be able to vote without artificial who, as news- LAWRENCE/ Martin Jr., wrote to General

is an honorable, legal barriers. paper men. MacArthur and said:
well intentioned covered the war department "In the current discussions
In 1918 often sat across the on foreign policy and over-all
young man withan TilE LEDGER does not quite desk listening to Major Mac- strategy many of us have been
almost incredible frankly, agree completely with Senator Arthur. He didn't wear a uni distressed that although the

sense of bad Holland on every public question.The "' form it was not customary European aspects have been
political timing.It ( same might be said of any other t s 61Dvar. in the pre-war days. With his heavily emphasized we have
does feet on the leaf of a desk been without the views of yourself .
is hard to im- office-holder). This newspaper
be talked freely as he dispos as commander in chief of
agine why he behaves recognize however, the musive ability ed of the military business of the Far Eastern command. .

Florida and stature of the man, and his value the day and then proceeded to "I would deem it a great
would send himto to Floridians in continuing to serve ask questions about what was

the Senate by this growing state in Washington He ... r going on at Capitol Hill. He
would argue about the tariff :
t turning its back is a Southern gentleman in the very and about other pieces of.legislation National 4/14'ln

A. on a man who highest sense courtly, articulate, pending in congress.He -

served FloridaSEN. able, but above all humane. Hats a wanted to know the reaction help if I could have

HOLLAND ably as wartime man with a genuine regard for his of the reporters, and he views on this point, either your on

and then such distin- fellow man. and a wish to offer himself offered his own ideas. a confidential basis or other.

guished governor service since gave 1946 as senator. humankind.AS as a leader. in bettering the lot of I Voice of the People;I ] extrovert sociable Major MacArthur and type popular of individual was, and the wise.without General" happening MacArthur to specify replied


EVEN THOUGH Spessard Holland those of us who spent evenings whether or not his views
with him remember his con
is a native of Bartow, he is never FOR SENATOR HOLLAND'Sopponent This Is The Ledger's Opinion Page geniality. But all of a sudden should be kept confidential. He
thought of as a person representingany we can only observe that he just after the United States en- left that to the discretion of

region. In Washington! he IS has not, as yet, earned his ticket to tered World War I in 1917. the the minority leader of the
Florida and he has almost universal Washington. And certainly not at the no. .....d pee ...... SW anaew.rb .M.i... w ..... of t..M ........ Ie t1..4e. young major grimly told the House. In his letter General

defi- of Spessard Holland Florida .id ....... It v...... fin ....... .! tjvMeiwt ill .... ,f ME* of Me Lqa. c.a.LeIt.a ...1N newspapermen that he was going MacArthur said that his views
respect as an able legislator. By expense and recommendations with respect
nition he is a conservative Southern voters should make that clear on May ..... eM ... .... wa..M,. Nt .. M ...... .... ........ A hrtw ....... Nt overseas. would He confidently to the situation createdby

Democrat. But that doesn't mean be 5, and we believe they wUL ..... 1$0 wdd wd ,..... ....r ..s .... no. ...... ... niels M ..;.ct .., ..... ., predicted back as he a brigadier somedaybe general Red China's entry into the

s....... 11.Ori. s II ..tr.r... eM a.lw ........... qs. ......... ib.. ,.... a rank which his father had war against us in Korea had
been submitted to
held and he added: Washingtonin
most complete details. Ha
"As look down the cor-
you
added that generally these

I Anybody For A Teenage Page? Segregation Divinely Ordered? will ridors replaced see of the by this the old younger building men quickly,ones you, views follow clearly are the understood'Veil conventional known as they pat and I

for Is man's busi
war a young
tern of meeting force with
In the morning mail was a letter together and report on fads, styles ness." maximum counter-force, as
much. A Lake- cooking, sports, columns, editorials EDITOR: This regards a concept that the best for each that aT segregation of the races we never failed to do In the
that pleases us very students recent letter signed by LeroyM. rate may be achieved in social leas bee right as practised by ON THAT SAME DAY as past."
land teenager, Sonya Horwitz, of 1340 and news. This way, get a LowelL The letter was business and relg OUl an Cfcnatiaa denominations for some of the newspapermen expressed .
chance to write, and I'm sure the surrounding Biblical Curse Is Most Un Me by segregation. He indicates 1300 years prior to this century regret to the secretary TWO OR THREE sentencesof
Gokonda writes: "The Ledger is supposed area of teen readers wouldbe likely." la this article be re his wibebtf la the trustworthiness and by the Hebrews dur of war, Newton D. Baker, this kind in a letter that

to be a changing and fast-grow more than pleased. I wonder if ferred to a report I gave before cf the story of the ing the golden era of their that such a capable officer might otherwise have been regarded -
the local Chamber of curse upoo Ham. as related in near 1000 years of grand history who had handled press relations -
ing paper and I like the changes com- other students like the idea. Maybea as a routine reply at.
Commerce on the Civil Rights the Bible. It is still right today. in expert fashion was
pletely. My question is, has it ever poll of teenage readers could help Bill! in hkh he said. "Dr. leaving at a critical momentin tracted nationwide attention
when published. President Truman -
occurred to The Ledger staff and decide." Garner spoke of being In IT IS MY considered Judg I HAVE SUBMITTED" that public affairs Mr. Baker felt that he was obligedto
indeed like the Washington at a meeting went as a former student of the philosophy of racial Integration said:
I'm sure it has to have a teenage Well Sonya we do, relieve General MacArthurof
called by President Kennedy.As ethnology an educator and a' is atheistic and anti-
section possibly in the Saturday paper, idea and would like It
or on Sunday?" further if enough young people agree group that God had cursedthe the races is of Divine Origin. and concepts and in direct overseas, and I can't blame go wardly at least It had seemedto

And Miss Horwitz continues: "May- with you. We hereby open the public Negro, and he appealed tu (1)During the golden era of the conflict with and contradictionof him. I venture the predictionthat him that there was evidenta '
kind of insubordination. The
the Bible to his Hebrew for the Laws of God in
Civilization found
support position near as
be a few members of Lakeland High forum column for those who'd like to some day he'll come here
." joint chiefs of staff agreed
This statement is abso 1,000 years segregation of the both the Old Testament and "
'Bagpipe' from this past year and next say yes, no, maybe or to suggest ways lutely false. races was practised by Divine the New Testament that pas as chief of staff of the army. that technically General Mac-

year's staff, and from Kathleen High, of getting up a weekly page that wouldbe I have appeared In the White command and accompanied by sages of the Scriptures submitted This prediction was indeed Arthur had perhaps violatedthe ,
r .. Mulberry High, and others, could get strictly by and for the teens. House under the last three Divine blessings (2) For 1900 by Apostate Ministersto fulfilled. But when General rules, But. while they rec-
MacArthur returned
Presidents given testimony years prior to this century try to prove that Integration to the war commended that he be relieved
regarding the basic moral and Christianity and every denomination of the Races is right are department he was a changed of his command In Korea,
religious implications and underlying of it held that segregation distorted twisted, taken from individual. He had been where he was acting for the
philosophies of the of the races was com- their setting and perverted.This wounded twice overseas. He United Nations, they did not
I One Less Postal ServiceThe socallsd Civil Rights Bill. But patible with the Bible and the position I am willing to had come face to face with the propose that he be taken
in no testimony in the White teachings of Christ. (3) Priorto affirm in open forum, public awfulness of war. He never away from his duties as commander
House before the House Judiciary this century history attests debate, or round table discussion was again the jovial person of the military occupation
Committee, before the that the philosophy of integra- with any reputable minister he had been in earlier days. In Japan in which post
The Post Office Department, whose money the alleged economy move was Senate Commerce Committee tion of the races as a basisof attorney, or educator. He became subjective. His he had done an outstanding
annual operating deficits are as regu- supposed to save. or In private conference with social business and religious Respectfully, particular interest however,
U. S. Senators have I taken advocated in affairs job.These
life was by public was undiminished -
lar an event as the blossoming of the When a member of the U.S. Con- the attributed ALBERT GARNER same military chiefs
position to me atheists infidels and anti-
around the Tidal Basin is is frustrated and reduced to writ had previously agreed with tha
trees
*+ cherry gress by Mr. Lowell. He indicates a Christian religions only.It President. Once during World War II, Ideas of General MacArthur in
usually fair game for criticism concern- ing letters to the editor, what of the definite spirit of "racism" U my contention that mor Florida Baptist Ins( when the late General their private discussions of
ing its service to the public. rest of us? against any who!; holds to the al principles never change; & Sera, Inc. George Marshall, chief of staff American policy.

Yet one recent innovation by the department -

has gone virtually unnoticed.

Beginning February 1, the department Where Crime PaysThe '
Look I IB1
'Hey Ma-I'm
stopped putting the mailing time inside Sinning-

the little postmark circle. Welfare State, casting about for ,

Rep. Abner W. Sibal, Connecticut more things to do to make life more

Republican, is about the only person agreeable and secure for its citizens, WASHINGTON RUSSELL-BAKER President for the the illusion young.that Youth its rebellion Is given biles.house.In Assinimties the army In, the automo-first about, do the bird?" being on thawing Ing Harvard, boys and girls

in or out of government who has ques has discovered a hitherto neglectedarea Johnson gave the wrong an against the old order is new night on the town with the you the are doors seeing each other with

tioned this move. In a letter to the of social injustice. swer the other day when a re and exciting, and that It is corporal who had Seen Life WITH THE HELP of the old- No matter closed.what President

Christian Science Monitor, the con- Following the example of New Zea- porter asked him to commenton really lifting the old folk's eye At every step of the way, the er generation, youth was ableto Johnson says, we must all denounce

gressman states that the timed post land, Britain has begun an experimental "the loosening" of young brows. older generation encouragedthe feel its oats. A certain percentage such behavior as
But what If the older delusion that such
mark was not only a traditional service program whereby the victims of people's. "Frommy morals. erationa follow President Juhm-Ren- breeches of established daring mor much larger went to prison turned ; a. shocking. We must ask where

to the public but an Important aid violent crimes will be financially com- observa son's lead and assure the ality had never before been out no good percentage, and some survived boys would and the girls country of earlier be today if

to many businesses and in many legal pensated, at least in part, by the government tion." he said r young that the old.timers had seen. Fathers laid on with the to maturity in about erations had met privately gen

processes, as well as a necessity for (Property losses will not be "there has them beaten hands-down at belt. Conscientious mothers the same proportions that had without chaperons. We must
been improvement immorality. ("Call that sin sobbed. obtained
an since
election officials validating absentee compensated and if the victim is later In r t1 son? get your mother to tell Occasionally they did a Recently the Solomon's popular time. say there never has been

ballots (which must be mailed by specified awarded damages by a court, ht must morals since you how they used to make scene "What do you mean sines have been doing nwga-good such Immorality.Remember .
of
times). repay the government.) my day." the gin in her bathtub") coming here at this time of work In assuring youth that America. And that remember youth to

One also wonders what mail-con. Some objections have ,been raised It Is hard This sort of thing can only night smelling of beer?" "Boy, it* moral standards are rot tell It to your own children
will do in the of the but it to conceive of compound the natural wretch you don't really believe that ten. It Is even reported that when the
test Judges when event about minor aspects plan, Omar next generation ar
a statement edness of young-age. la the Khayyam message at many colleges, not exclud-
of a tie, "the entry with the earliest has been generally hailed as a worth- more likely to first place, it Is repugnant to rives.

postmark will be the winner." while measure. turn youth BAKER children to have to dwell upon

Rep. Sibal protested to the Post Crime still does not pay, but per against him. One of, the few the human frailty of their parents .

Office Department "to no avail" and haps this will change now in Britain, compensations youth has for Secondly, the young are
the curse of being young is certain to go into depressionsIn
could not even find out how much at least for the victim. the illusion that it is pioneering which they feel cheated Potomac Fever

new outrages against the bullied and Inadequate.It .
old folks' morality. Is bad enough for them to

"Look ma, I'm sinning"has be told constantly that their By FLETCIIER KNEBEL
LAKELAND LEDGER been the triumphant cry generation doesn't produce
of since social order Political outlook: Alabama's Coy
youth sluggers like Babe Ruth fighters Wallace may do all right In Milwaukee
,
., like Joe Louis heroes like and those other northern dUes, but wait until he hits South
...DNIII COWL[. III Lindbergh and politicians like Chicago
*""***** JOHN HAimtlON, V.World's *
Imperial Polk Countl' I Md..q.alWt NAMM N. :; i F.D.R., without having to
*' r l5 'S adv.._..t. S1. ?M tJ. 1nPtp' face the charge that it Is also seeemssto '. Go\. Scra ton '
Citrus/ Center N"NT A.v.rdrn., .... .. $ - .- bush-league In sin. combIne Old and New Worldqutlitie5dcross'between Scranton -
iiy. eiNwi.d. MtxiMri MINHAILIY. and AdJal Stevenson hamlet
raductm M was proclaimed. The time-hon IN THE .OLD style as
ored rebuke Is. "I don't know President Johnson must remember *
The LEDGER'S telephones: All Departments-686-1151 what the younger generation Is from his boyhood U's income tax time agai. Usually the government just takes shirt.
coming to." parents were very good about But this year, thanks to the tax cut, you can keep the buttons. your

SUtJCtlrTION RATES There are sound reasons for understanding youth's needs. *
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preserving this trite old dialogue Immorality usually began with LBJ
keeps Gen. Air
Force
HOMI PttlVHYtOncyMf and It is the obligationof cigarettes under the band- only aeterrific February. Not
is isitakinganfo
LeMay doing but ?
Job, LBJ chance
. .. .. .. . $21.40 0... ..Mk . ... n.. $ 1.9S the older generation to carry stand at the Sunday school it for the Republican candidate at election of him doing

Si. ""." h. ... .. ... $11.70 Wail . . . . .. . $ .41 it on. Most parents now- picnic and proceeded Inexor time
adays could give the children ably along a well-charted path. *
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,.,.. .." hi $ 5 IS On. yes.r, ky ..11 . , $2 .00 lessons peccadillos, but they There was staying out after The most ambitious fellow at the Whit House .

forbear. bedtime to do the big appleon Is going to take a little summer-achool brush-up work Is 2 lIuvard man who
the drugstore corner. Hook. State Teachers College Southwest Texas
aft.rnoons.and and Sunday morning by
Published on Saturday THEY PRETEND to be fjen- ing school to spend the day in
Lakeland Newspaper Corp., Lakeland, Florida 33802 ulnely impressed by the par. the burlesque house. Expound. *
lous state of youth's morality ing the pagan morality of Federal employment notes: The young girl job
In this way, they help make Omar Khayyam to waitresses. when the lie detector operator asked her 1 if she was applicant wMeur>&scd.even
I youth a little more bearable Strong drink at the fraternity know they were hiring security rlahp this year.a security rink She



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Candidates For LAKELAND LEDGER.
Governor Answer i ROARING<<
Girl Ignores. i AWItII\VElim! ::1


Questions On Reapportionment ,Various Pleas, I \\J"I


capital Note:bureau The Associated In Tallahassee Press Jacksonville: ". . strong people. An equitable plan have any type of representation Leaps 5 Stories ., ,
stand for fair and equitable must be put into effect if which will give equal I
asked each
of the
candidates reapportionment. Whatever Florida is to progress and If weight to the vote ot each person I : \
for governor of Florida testate NEW YORK (AP-A 18-year-
the plan it must approach the people are to be fairly regardless of the county. ALWAYSAASTQUAUtY'I.
their views on seven representation according to and old girl-after spurning pleas of I\ \
Issues honestly -represented we In which he lives. This also i \
major facing the next her and )
administration. population as close to mathe- must break the small-county will afford a means of hay two priests guardian
and the candidate's Each Issue matical equality as possible. control that now exists and ing the truly Republican formof several policemen for,45 min r?: \ \ 1
viewpointswill Equally. I would take a give to the people of the more government" utes-leaped five stories from r f
be .
covered la separate strong stand for .. \
congressional the fair '
dispatches Today's Installment populous areas representation Rep. Charles Holley of Pl- Harlem roof Friday. She landed : t
restricting provided the Inequities to which they are nellas County ". I have al. J
discusses in before ,
reapportion- have not been eliminated a net some
legally and normally entitled. Introduced measures (In the
ntent. prior to the next admin.Istratlon" Karl said his first act as legislature) to apportion one onlookers Pt
TALLAHASSEE
(AP-Con. I Burns said his governor would be to call a house strictly on a populationbasis The girl Ona Lee Fuller was
dwellers timing unrr t among city familiarity with urban problems reapportionment special legislative and the other havinga taken to a hospital suffering

about their throughout representation Florida In would as help mayor him give for 15 attentionto years Sen. Scott session Kelly of Lakeland member from each county." from shock and.hysteria. I '

the State Legislature cata the problems of heavily : "I favor reapportionment Miss Fuller whose parents t IY I 11111411 11 iI1)ts.!
paulted the question of reap- populated areas of one House of the leg Talk On Stamp are divorced came to New York
portionment squarely into the about seven months ago from
Former Sen. Fred 0 (Bud) islature on a population basis sf
.1964 governor's race. Dickinson of West Palm The other house should be set Mounting Set Ithaca N.Y., to live with her /t .
The January 1963 special Beach ". unfair guardian Lt. Charles West of +
: apportionment up on a geographic and eco .r I Ii It
legislative session reapportioned the Salvation Army The West _
Is nothing but taxation nomic basis"Sen
Harold Metzger, a member of 1
lives the floor of
family
the legislature by statute without representation. No John Mathews of Jacksonville on top H
and adopted a companion the Tampa Collectors' Club, the Manhattan Citadel, Salva .
one can take a clear stand on : "I am opposed to
constitutional amendment this question until the U. S. the constitution amendment will give a talk on stamp mount. tion Army headquarters, on .
scheduled for consideration at Supreme Court delivers an which Is a companion to the Ing on personally prepared album East 125th Street from which
0 the Nov. 3 general election-to But statute reapportionment the_girl jumped.
opinion. I could not have present on pages at the meeting of
make the seating permanent. adopted by slogan of One because I do not think the Ridge Stamp Club Tuesday,
Nevertheless If the amend United Sunshine State' without the Senate formula Is fair. at 7;30 p.m., In the basement of,
ment Is rejected, the statute a firm, unalterable belief The Florida Senate must be the Magnolia building. Civic''
will remain in effect, But only that all of the people of FlorIda -. responsive to population" Center.A I' LOAFThat's
until the U. S. Supreme Court must be represented fairly Mathews promised to press to
rules on Its validity in an attack ," remedy the situation duringhis longtime stamp collector,
filed last year administration. interested in numerous special, what every hardworking
High Gives Views features of the hobby Metzger
Of the six Democratic and Republicans: i I home
three Republican candidatesfor Mayor Robert King High will display pages from his albums owner r
Plan Given to illustrate his methodof should do on weekends.Let .
governor, only Rep. Fred of Miami (former chairmanof
Karl of Volusla County took the Florida Mayors for Ken Folks of Orlando: Let mounting his stamps accord our skilled ceiling ap
a clear, firm stand on the issue Fair Apportionment Committee the more populous cities and ing to Eugene Watson, Ridge plicators install a new ceiling .
saying he wanted to take ): "We are participating counties be divided into senatorial . president Watson and Fred for you. They can do it
the traditional control of the Stark program chairman, recently :
In the suit now before the U.s. districts of loot popu
attended In a single day. We have
a Tampa meet.
legislature from the small Supreme Court attacking the lation each each with one
counties and give the metropolitan present apportionment statute senator. Let every county ing at which Metzger gave a. more than a dozen smart
areas fair representation as being unconstitutional. We elect a representative. Let similar talk. new designs in Armstrong
will also campaign against each senatorial district be divided The meeting will be open to ceilings from which you ,
Favor Apportionment ratification of the all collectors with .,
( companion into representative's stamp a special choose. Call for
us
may an
Mayor Robert King High of constitutional amendment) districts of 50000 population Invitation being extended,
Miami also favored strongly in November. Many of the each each with one representative to new residents and visiting estimate. No obligation of .
a move to provide proper ap inequities obtaining in Florida tourists interested In stamps,1 I,
portionment.The with reference to taxes, H. B. (Bob) Foster of Fort i Watson said _I course.McGinnes Look! luxury lightweight
others favored fair apportionment school facilities etc., can be Myers Beach: ", Based ,--- ------ slacks 'n sport coats at . .
but they presented laid at the doorstep of a mal upon a realistic figure so that I MOVED TO w
no solution. apportioned legislature" the representative will cast a
118 W. LEMON ST. LUMBER CO.
candidates' Fred Karl of Volusla i 'Snapemup
Here are the Rep. ballot based upon the ratio
positions on the issue of reapportionment -. County: "The present plan Is that the population of his I Lanier Upshaw, 600 W. Main St.
: not fair: It ls neither representative county bears to the popula- INa.Cwl.n.r ,,
Democrats: of the people nor tion of the state as a whole I ".,.IM ...,. Ph. MU 6-3141 l
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Mayor Haydon Burns of responsive to the will of the This II the only way we can _H MiM_.url AwvniM_ Cnfera_. ---- I Ji prices7Sport '



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IA LAKELAND LEDGER Sunday, April 12, 19(4
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,- Alleged Plot Castello Branco Elected
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BRASILIA Brazil (AP-Con- ez Tavora three votes. front-runner for the presidency I

.. ... H _. .. Is Bared : gress elected Gen. Humbcrto Seventy two deputies ab since he led the military-polit- t
",VALUESr.OUTHGA Caatello Branco president of stained.' leal revolt that chased Goulart (
In Florida And Around there would be no comment :
Temperatures? The Nation the story, on Brazil on Saturday. Both Are Retired from office last week.

TE STATION H. L. Atlanta ............. 73 45 Knoxville ............ 10 38 Informed sources said the Castello Branco will serve until Both Dutra and Tavora are retired Chosen By Leaders

Daytona Beach ......75 62 Baltimore ...........63 35 Little Rock .......... 15 .0 time of the alleged plot was Jan. 31, 196! when a full- army marshals. A disciplinarian the U-year- :\

Ft. Lauderdale ..... 79 71 Birmingham ........ 78 H LOIAflgeIes ......... ; 53 early September 1962 and thatIt term president Is expected to be Senate President Auro Moura old former chief of staff was ,

I Fort Myers .......... 87 67 Charleston .......... 69 51 Memphis ::::::::::: 18 "I Partin was decided shortly to thereafter work with that the elected.He i Andrade Branco would announced be inaugurated Castello chosen governors by and a number other of political state I 11 r

........ 7. .7 ........ 78 .0 received 361 votes from a
Jacksonville Chattanooga Milwaukee .......... 1S 32 government In the Hoffa caie. session of Congress. Wednesday at the Planalto presidential -leaders to take on the task of
Key West ........... 85 73 Chicago .............78 .5 Mpls. St. Paul ...... 71 "I No ExplanationWhen joint Former President Eurico Du-I palace here. leading Brazil out of the eco- t
: LAKELAND ........ 87 II Cincinnati .......... 71 37 New Orleans ........ 74 .7 I The election was preceded by nomic and financial stagnation
and Christ!
'toI Miami .............. 79 70 Clevelanj ........... 60 31 New York .......... 82 43I It came up In court tra polled two votes pistol shots. of the Goulart era. '.
I Ocala ............... 84 .8 Columbus .......... 66 35 Phoenix ............. 88 50 there was no explanation of the an Democratic Deputy JlllrI In advance of the presidential
i Fertilizer Orlando ............. 81 6:1: Denver .............. 69 34 Pittsburgh .......... 80 23I assassination plot except for assurance I The 'shooting Incident was voting, the lawmakers approved '(
I Pensacola ........... 73 .9 Des Moines ......... 60 .7 St. louis ............ 77 52 that it did not involve Norway Seeks touched off by a chance meet institutional act which gives jj jan
J Sarasota ............ 87 82 Detroit ............;.. 65 37 San Diego .......... 64 58I ing In the congressional lobbyof the IF
6-5-5 .. ... ...... .. To Increase Deputy Osvaldo Lima Filho, the new president greatest (
I Tallahassee .... 80 H Houston .. 76 61 San Francisco .... 59 49I accorded Brazil!
ever a i
r I Tampa .............. 87 61 Indianapolis ........72 39 Savannah ...,....... 75 41I .P : d4 a supporter of ousted President powers ,
[tote Brand 99 I W Palm Beach ..... 70 71 Kansas City........ 69 58 Washington ......... 68 .0 ':, tl Liquor Sales Joao Cabral Goulart Lima and Filho Deputy accused Milton -an With chief congressional executive. approval I\

r 50* Bog the death of the late PresIdent OSLO. Norway (AP) Norway :Cabral of supporting the antl- of the act Brazilian military I

John F. Kennedy the attorney wants to expand sales of Goulart coup led by Castello leaders began immediately to (

\ I fets U.54 WMDfJ* luiiMil general's brother. its sea.aged potato liquor I un-' Branco. The two went at each'flush out known Communists (
1.| Confederate // The transcript of the secret nje-aquavit on the U.S. mar:,other with fists Then witnesses ' and extreme leftists from congress a
$Q session In which Neal mentioned ket. A strong drink It gets Its said, Lima Filho drew a' and the government.
Jasmine the threat against Robert Ken.nedv's name from being shipped pistol fired three times but It was after congress had rr- f
missed Cabral The bullets hita placed 44 of the flushed-cut
k life was ordered sealed at across the line of the equator I
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149 a the time It became public durIng and back to Norway before be.I, wall. '' members that Lima Filho and
ThI Bloom
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&0 the past week when Judge ing sold. The rolling sea voyage I Guards and other congressmen Cabral met in the lobby of
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Got. Con
: Wilson filed a memorandum explaining Is supposed to improve the fla- separated the pair. !congress building and began r

why he had denied a vor. Castello Branco had been the@Oituarte their brawl. (c

new trial to Hoffa and the others -
Podocarpus2t.3Iut convicted.



Gal. Con 129 70' .... Ml.J HopefulsMake I

Y7R ......... II'm'Ito I.WJI Pitches MRS. HELEN SHARP SPEAK Mirror Drive died Friday nightat Leo Patton officiating. Burial 1

Camelias Mrs. Helen Sharp Speak a Winter Haven Hospital following -will be in Wildwood Cemetery. I

Rhuba C)R E ( A T \ : .IM W To Buildersmoney Friday former In Lakeland Ahoskie resident N. C.. aftera died a lengthy Illness. RITES FOR-MRS. BRAGOZ I

.PIUu4H jjDs He native of Euclid,
was a Funeral services for Mrs.
long Illness. She was a na (
) \ In refinancing the turnpike ., Ohio and was employed by Pia of
149 ,_ Swndoy \ tlve of Hertford County N. C.. Mary Bragoz Hilltop
24 t. 30 Inches Figur.* Show IIsg 1.mu..i hp.d,4 4 bond issue called for a' and has lived in Lakeland but American Steel Wire 1 Fence Trailer Park who died Tuesdaywere
o.
Gal. Con state central accounting office I spent the major part of her life Co. and Golf Kirby Coal Co. of held Friday afternoon at
h.&qt.d Pn.1pl.4I.i P4.5 lmdltStlC45e4.t.1a1 P.s.us > and said as governor he would, in Harrellsville N, C. and owned and -the Gentry Morrison Chapel
abolish the milk commisnion. She was a member of the Cleveland operated with the Rev. Father John Me-

Arborvitae Must Help Industry Harrellsville Baptist Church, the L. H. Baeckler Cinder Manus, of the St. Joseph's Catholic -
Co. for about 25 in Cleve
Woman's years Church officiating Burialwas
Missionary Society,
Northwest Pacific c." ..p.et r.l" Sud.y with .how." ..., ".rth.r,, .,,4 upp" u"t.1 ".1",. Dickinson told the builders the United Daughters of the Confederacy -land. After he retired he moved in The Oak Hill Burial

f 24 Indict jOO Ohio T.""..... and ",.iddl'. 011" low" Mlnllllppi ..11.,. ..id upp" e."t.1 Atlantic .t.t... C."t.1 next governor must be ready to and the Daughters of the to Winter Haven In 1958 from Park

Gal. Can Rockies .." .pct "ow sh.w.r. It will .. w.,,,,,, I" ..,t"," h.1f .f .tio" uppie Millilllppi .. help the construction industrystay American Revolution. Shaker Heights Ohio.

l.y. u"t.1 Plain, .nd I.w" Mill'nlppl ..11., ..,tw.... t. Eot co.at. It will .. eold.r .." "orth"" Survivors Include her husband, He was a member of the First. RITES FOR MR. PIns
Pl.t..... s.d "oth.,, P1.1., with littl. tmp".tll' eh.",. .Iswh.. lAP W1r.ph.C. M.p) I !t1rJtr6 Harold Speak, two daughters, Presbyterian Church of Winter Funeral services for Sam

Shore ft/P; i (tfir; Mrs. Wilton Spears of Murfrees Haven and Thatcher Lodge 439, Russell Pitts of Rt. 2, who died
I.t'q :': r. / bore N. C., and Mrs. E. L. F & AM Cleveland. I Wednesday were held Friday

Sound Stokes Jr. of Colerain, N. C; a Survivors Include his widow, evening at the Highland City
Juniper Taps Mrs. Emilie C Baeckler! Win
up with the building needsof son Hunter Sharp Jr. of Ahos- Freewill Baptist Church with'the
the state. kie; a sister Mrs. S. A. Ives of ter Haven; a son William C. Rev. Dewey Jones pastor,
139 For General I He said that he would s .ek to Hendersonville N. C.; and seven Baeckler of Cleveland, a daughter .'officiating. Burial was in Wild

Golden Tip I make condominiums (a type of grandchildren Emmy Lou Warnan of wood Cemetery in Bartow. '
-'S for Daytona Beach; a brother William It "
cooperative housing) eligible
on her right and her nephew Funeral services and burial Pallbearers were Jesse Rich-
; I ZONE FORECASTS U.S. ambassador to Belgium the homestead exemption. were yesterday.MRS. C, Baeckler of Clevelandand burg Carlos Harrell. Billy Wot-

A Mostly cloudy Sundayand Douglas MacArthur II, on her "They are homes and definItely three grandchildren ford R. C. Powell. Wesley Dee.
Gardeniaetsdinioom77
I should be Included in the Funeral services will be conducted
exemption .
\ GEORGIA
BARCLAY and
son, J. P. Benton. Music
Sunday night with widely left.In Dickinson said. Monday afternoon at 1:30: I
the church she sat In the Mrs. Georgia Evelyn Barclay was by Mrs. V. P. Selph pianist
t" ; scattered showers. at the chapel. of Mitchell
He added that the state has pm.
front pew on the right of the 89 I, of 3125 West Henderson and singers Aldine Corabee Or. ,
Funeral Home with the Rev.
B C the builders be-
Fair obligations to
through Sunday
I casket with her son and neph. Circle died yesterday morning Farrow ris Combee Mrs. Orine Schael-
Robert W. associate
High 75 to 80. East to southeast ew. Maj.] Gen. Courtney Whitney cause they bring In $1 of every at Lakeland General Hospital of First Presbyterian er and Linton Selph. GentryoMorrison
pastor
$10 that the state
winds 8 to 15 miles per hour be.' revenue. receives after a short illness. She was a Church and the Rev. Dr. Robert Funeral Home was in

Shrimp Plant coming 10 to 20 miles per hour, High told the Demt'CraticWomen's native of Iowa and came here 8, Hamilton retired! Presby I charge I of arrangements.
D Fair through Sunday. w from Des ---'
; years ago 4MOmes terlaa
jji l Q1j; Club at Hollywood that minister officiating. '
High Sunday near 75 on the Iowa. Mrs Barclay was n member Further be at RITES FOR
services'will .
| oforful Full P. ,beaches' to 80 Inland. Northeast he would give more recognitionto of the .'First. CKristinn Brlckman & Sons Funeral MRS., HERNENDEZ
in state .
Gat.. Con to east winds 8 to 15 miles per a longtime associate and women. filling key Church. Home. Euclid, Ohio, with burial Funeral services for Mrs. Helen
obs
hour becoming east to southeast friend of MacArthur, also sat in She is survived by one son, in Euclid Cemetery. E. Hernendez of Rt: 2, who
10 to 20 miles per hour Sunday. .. the front pew.Kennedy. He said that as mayor of: Miami Haven Arthur Barclay., Birmingham Friends call today from died Tuesday, were held Friday
Red & Yellow I E F '- Fair through Sunday. - .'- '-I On Hand he had placed women in Ala{ one daughter, S to 9 p.m.may at Mitchell Funeral afternoon at the Gentry-Morri-

High Sunday near 85. North- Weatfiercost I Important city jobs. Mrs. Berdena Frandsen, Lakeland Home. son Funeral Home Chapel with
Alts. east to east winds 5 to 13 miles Opposite Mrs MacArthur on "Other candidates promise recognition with whom Mrs. Barclay' the Rev. Orren W. Bacheller

per hour becoming east to south.east Lakeland can expect fair and the left were Atty. Gen. Kennedy of women in government " made her home; three sisters, CHARLES S. HERRINGTON pastor of the Seventh Day Ad-
L I '; 10 to 20 miles per hmu Sun. mild weather today with easier- and his wife Ethel and Virginia but I have performed Mrs. Alice Peterson St. Peters ventist Church officiating Burial .
19'Joseph's day.G. v Iy winds blowing from 10 to 18 Gov. Albertis S. HarrisonJr. said High. burg, Miss Bess Smith St. WINTER HAVEN Charles. was In Oak Hill Burial Park.
I. Qt. Con Partly cloudy through miles an hour Moderate humid. Attacks Kelly Petersburg, and Mrs. Nellie Shadrick Herrlngton 89, a resident Pallbearers were Marvin Sal-

Sunday. High Sunday about 80. ity will prevail. I Funeral services were con- Mayor Haydon Burns cam Winters Des Moines, Iowa; six of 144 Avenue in local"J" SE. hany Edgar Paula Kenneth

Coat : HI Partly cloudy through U. S. weathermejjat\ city hall ducted by the Rt. Rev. GeorgeP. paigning along the West Florida grandchildren and three great home passed early away this a morning.nursing Coonley, G M. Davis, W. C.

I Sunday. High near 85. Northeastto said today's high wiW' each 81 Gunn bishop of southern Virginia -Gulf Coast attacked Kelly's legislative grandchildren. A native of Georgetown Ga., Callahan and 0 C. Pmson.
t east winds 5 to IS miles per degrees while the low was fore- and the Rev. Walton W. Funeral services will be held
record at various stops. he came to Winter Haven from
hour becoming east to southeast cast for 61 degrees tomorrow Davis rector of St. Paul's. and -Tuesday afternoon at 3:30 RITES FOR MR. SPEAR
[ All Colon 19CQt. He said that Kelly Republican Bartow in 1918 and has residedin
Can, '10 to 18 miles per hour. j morning. They Intoned the order for the Sen. C. W Young of St. o'clock at the Gentry-Morrison Polk County sine* 1910. He Funeral services for Ira L.
burial of the dead. It includesthe Petersburg co-sponsored a Senate Funeral Home Chapel with was a retired employe of the Spear of 207 West Lane who

Johnson Khrushchev 27th 46th, and 121st Psalms. reapportionment bill In the burial to be In the Oak Hill Glen St. Mary Nurseries grow. died Thursday, were held yes
I Wax Begonia Says The lesson was from the eighth second special session of 1962. Burial Park. Friends may call ers of citrus nursery trees. terday at the First PresbyterIan .
chapter of the Epistle to the Romans which would have reduced West tomorrow night from 7 to i 9 He Is survived by four daugh Church with the Rev. Ralph
i[ White and Red Seeking To Keep Peace beginning with the 14th florid a's representation. o'clock at the funeral home. I tern Mrs John Hanna, Mrs T. 0. Arbaugh pastor and the Rev.

rt verse. The 14th chanter' of the He said that West Florida H. Daniels and Miss Annie Her- Howard E. Anderson ministerof

; Hungarian tour the U.S. sources government judges the world Gospel according to Saint John, I counties which now have six SUMNER D. COOLEY rington. all of .Winter Haven; visitation officiating. Burial
II t ,,39 beginning with the first verse senators would have had two under LONG BEACH Calif-Sum- Mrs. Eva Rogers Sea Island will be in Lyons Ind.
said. situation soberly. also was read. the Kelly-Young plan which ner D. Cooley a former resident Ga; four sisters Mrs. W. G Pallbearers were T W, Mc.

Khrushchev, said. In an April 6, Johnson also made an announcement The choir then sang a hymn .was killed In a committee."I of Lakeland, died Tuesdayin Gay, Mrs. D. G. Holloway Miss Donald R. J. Barbour Carl
that touched upon known as the "Armed Forces say to you that Kelly who the Long Beach (Calif.) Veterans 'Annie Herrington and Miss Genie Penfield Frank Williams Ross

Itmrp t IDIUfJ the technological rivalry between Hymn." il asking for West Florida support Administration Hospital.He Herrington all of Georgetown Eyerly Floyd Ramsey and Roy
Salvia i Bishop Gunn added a brief ; as his birthplace., is not was a veteran of World ; seven grandchildren and 0. Eichleay. Gentry-Morrison
the United States and the
War I and had lived in Lakelandon Funeral Home in
<< statement. I showing a child's love for his 17 great-grandchildren. was charge of
is an imperialist country but Its Soviet Union. Returned To Rolunda I home" said Bums. Hancock Street. He was Funeral services will be held arrangements
t' Red fir Purple ipeech that "The United States "The world record for air. When the funeral services formerly from Randolph. Vt. tomorrow morning at 10:30

; craft speed currently held by ended MacArthur's flag-draped and was a graduate (Cornell o'clock at Ott-Laughlln Funeral RITES FOR MR. MAYFIELD

19 the Soviets has been repeatedly coffin was returned to the rotunda JohnsonGives University.At Chapel with the Rev R. H. Malcolm FORT MEADE Funeral
: Qt. Cons broken In secrecy by the United Again Mrs. MacArthur the time of his illness Mr. pastor of Southside Baptist -services for William David May.
States aircraft All," he said. walked. Tour Cooley was living In San Gabriel Church officiating. Burial field 63, of Fort Meade, will
ELECTH. Relations with the Soviet Un Mrs. MacArthur flanked by Calif. He was a memberof will follow In Oaklawn Cemetery -be held at the Sidel! Chapel to-
Coleus Ion also came up during the 20. her son and nephew stood near the Congregational Church of day at 2 p.m. with the Rev. B.

.. minute Cabinet Room conference the head of the casket. Her fea To Tourists Randolph. Pallbearers will be Thomas B. Chestem-, minister of the
19'r '; when Johnson was salted,lures were composed but she Survivors include his widow Daniels, Frank Daniels Albert East Side Baptist Church of

I Qt. Can I for a progress report on withdrawal 'began dabbing her nose with Balnes Johnson is his youngest Dr.Mrs.William Kate C.C.Cooley; two sons, Daniels, Ed Shears, Monroe Alderman Plant City officiating
of Soviet troops from her handkerchief. daughter. Cooley of Beth. and Richard Noll. Graveside services will be con
I Cuba. Following the 19-gun salute, A bewildered man stumbling saida Md. and Robert 1.. Cooleyof Friends may call at the Ott- ducted by the Fort Meade Masonic .
Double Ruffled thundering In the stillness outside along in the group Chicago; his mother Mrs. Laughlin Chapel from 3 to S Lodge 160. Burial will be

Hybrid Ever Blooming '! Number Reduced the buglers played Taps. tugged at another marcher's Ohio Anne, Hale four brothers Cooley of and Adah ,o'clock tonight. In the Evergreens Cemetery in
Petunias "There are still some troops Tears came into her eyes. sleeve. six Fort Meade. Side I Funeral Home
t. {there," he said, "but the number The flag was folded and presented "I just came In from Den grandchildren. HARRY LEE BUNKLEY ,is in charge of arrangements.

> has declined substantially." to her by the escort commander mark an hour ago?" he said. BARTOW Harry Lee Bunk-
f 39'' He said he didn't "want to get MaJ. Gen. Hugh M ELBERT 11ILLAUBURNDALEElbert Icy 7'1. of 605 Davidson St..:
I in any numbers glme." Exton deputy chief of staff Hall ,died yesterday afternoon at a :1 I AMBULANCE1
The President opened the sev U.S. Continental Army Com ; no ;, A. ; 59 of 111 Glenn Road. Auburn' Bartow hospital where he had
,!f''WII > _. dale died Saturday at his home
Ision by reading a statement In mand. ; : / I been a patient for one day. He I SERVICE
Silk which he said emergency White She thanked him and stood a "Does this happen very oft after a short illness. .was a native of Camden County
I He was a native of Covington .t .ur ,hM
lt
House negotiations aimed at holding the flag un r Ie ,
tiny figure en? He was assured 'hatit I Ga., and moved to Bartow
County Ala., and had lived in .very liMr .f tho
Oak Tree avoiding a national rail strike til the rites ended. didn't. six years ago from Tallahassee.
Auburndale since I960 He was : night .n4 rf.,.
I represented "collective bargain.ing As Johnson led the group a retired farmer.Survivors Mr. Bunkley was a retired machinist _
f In the truest sense of the BartovWoman back to the southeast gate include four sis I and a member of the
,39 word." He said his aim Is "to took his stance by the gate. ters: Mrs Amzie J, Blount of I Church of Christ and Masonic

1 Quart get consent" rather than to get Injured In and began shaking hands Panama City Mrs. Annie J. I t Order

coercion. with the departing tourists Peters of White City, Mrs. Mary His survivors Include his widow I 417 N. Mass. Ave.
t Asked if he would seek emergency Truck MishapWINTER it became clear that a number Hagan of Lakeland and Mrs. 4 Mrs. Edna M. Bunkley:
Phone
Allysum P. (Pat) legislation should the rail f>f them were foreigners Elizabeth Fant, Auburndale; one :wo daughters Mrs. Lee New- [, MU) 6-2133
talks fail Johnson replied: "I HAVEN-A Bartow in town to see the sights. brother Oscar Hall of) Grace- Ion and Mrs. Evelyn Weakley
19 am not here to bury collective woman suffered extensive injuries vllle I:>otli of Bartow: one sister,.Mrs I

I I Qt. Can GORDON bargaining. I am here to pre- and a man was injured Isn't /It Funeral arrangements will be 1 Ward Harrison, Folkston Ga.:
serve It" me grandson and one great-
when the pick up truck In which announced later by Kersey Funeral Dukes
Steen
1, Halls Lodge they were riding turned over Great To Be Home of Auburndale. I irandson. I
twice Spirit Lake Road just Services will be held tomorrow -
on
t Boxwood SHERIFF Domestic politics also figuredin south of State Road 540 last In Florida? I RITES FOR TRAYLOR YOUTH at 2 o'clock at the Whidden Funeral Home
the
first news conference with the night. WINTER HAVEN Funeral !Funeral Home Chapel with Mr.I
major question
Beauty dealing
State Troopers said M r i. MADISON. W.Va. (AP)-El. services for David O. Traylor -
with the
future of -
( Henry Cabot
)
Polk County Edith Lee of Bartow suffered 19, 3438 Ave. 310 S. Florida
Everblooming Lodge U.S. ambassador to v rood C, Priestley evidently has S. NW who was THORNTOrl ,
May 5, 1964 extensive Injuries but her condition killed Thursday In traf-
night a
South Viet Nam who Is cJ lecided he would rather have MEMORIAL
regarded
149 A with Proven could not be determined t un in the sun than become fic accident will be held at 3 HOME
man Phone
Ability as a potential i
f| Cot. Can for Johnson Republican In the No-opponent from Bartow Memorial Hospital I heriff of Boone County. o'clock this afternoon at the I IfU U. Jto A.., MU 2-3123
C Has lucctulully handled late last night. Charles Hubert Priestley sent a note to the Westwood Baptist Church with 'P )4tU.aI"
vember presidential balloting. address listed also the ........ ......
many cases tlatlonallyrec.gnlud Johnson said he Antly no c ircult clerk's office asking that Rev Ed Whitney pastor, of- ; ambulance service
knows
of
no ,.,, I
suffered minor II .
Injuries troop- Is name be removed as a iciating. .
L Grants possibility of Lodge resigning, ers said F Republican candidate for sherff Burial will be in Auburndale -' __u __ __ _------ I
that "his services there have
I A veto for Pat Cordon Is The accident happened troopers II Memorial Park. The Crisp Funeral -
SOUTHGATE a Veto Against Organized been very satisfactory and he reported when Mrs Lee's The clerk said Priestley who Is Home is in charge of arrangements HEATH FUNERAL CHAPEL
has done
Crime.Pd. ." a very constructivejob. husband, J, W, Lee was drivIng 7 0, wrote: "Fishing and golfingI ,, I Alt Conditint4 Ch.s.l PirHB, Lao
,. the truck south on Spirit I II much more fun than chasing 24 HOUR
ONLY ..... Cdv. Pa' Abse C..ld.W1llLW Lake Road came into a curve c riminalsi" LOUIS H. BAECKLER AMBULANCE SERVICE
iI.i No two snowflakes ever have too: fast and the vehicle overturned The letter was postma.ked WINTER HAVEN Louis H. FOSTER E. HEATH, Funeral Director

I. been found to be exacUy alike twice. II rom a Florida rtsort i Baeckler, 72, of 1490 N. Lake Cor. Lime and Ingrahoni Phone ($820111KNOWN


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LAKELAND LEDGER, Sunday. April 12. 1M4 '.AI. r
[Communist Chinese

ScientistsOfferTipsToMakeCigaretteSaferlBy I


[Push English Study
ALTON BLAKESLEE for making cigarettes still fectlve than a dry one In protecting Drawing smoke through compressed .
Associated Press Science Writer "safer. the cilia, the fine hairlike charcoal cut down on
A of American filter projections on linings of the cilia-injuring gases more r
majority
J| By GEOFFREY HO friends In Communist China I CHICAGO (AP-Cancer researchers -tip cigarettes now contain less bronchial tubes. Destruction of than drawing It through a filter C

(KONG KONG art .- English,f asking textbooks them.and to dictionaries.The send English. cam up with a wee 'cancer' Inducing properties"than cilia is thought by tome experts of granulated activated charcoal -
tw ce suppressed by the Chinese bit of comforting news for elf cigarettes formerly did to be a first step toward inducing the researchers found. ?
Communists, has replaced RusslM -' Is English being revived language because supposedly the-arette smokers Saturday. said Drs. Ernest L. Wynder and lung cancer All this evidence it based on
as the number one foreign Communist Want to Industrialize And they offered some tips Dietrich Hoffman of Sloan-Ket I They discovered this in drawing chemical analyses and tests
language In Communist the and I tering Institute New York City. smoke through water In the with laboratory animals, they
country play a more DOWNTOWN SOUTHGATE
CMna according to refugees' important role in International In fact the person smoking a I manner of a Turkish water- told the American Association
,arts. It has become filtered cigarette is pipe. Research.
a re- Killed exposed on for Cancer
:JulTtment\ In schools and coil affairs.When the Communists seized Africans the average to about half as For smoking without need of Whether the changes In tobacco 219 E. Main S. I 2637 S. Florida Ave.

,lett and a fashion among the power IS years ago they banned much "tar" and nicotine as the carrying a glass of water a and filters would really reduce -
I,mt of the people English in grade schools and! By Hailstones smoker of a regular cigarette filtertip might be developed lung cancer could be MU 2.7756 MU 64159WE
The refugees give these derails later In junior high schools. It 10 years ago. they said. which becomes moist with the learned only by keeping track
: was made a selective subject in, PRETORIA South Africa And there are lets of the,first puff of smoke through it. of the health of smokers they '
jj Private English language senior high schools and collegesbut I(AP) Nine Africans died aft cancer Inducing materials In Dr. Wynder said. said. ,GIV ,td R' ,GREEN STAMP,
er being hit by hailstones In
a
school: and English correspondence few students chose Englishfor the remaining tar if the tobacco I
: schools are mushrooming fear of accused storm police her reported Sat has been homogenized and
being of
urday. They said the Africanswere SALE GOOD SUNDAY & MONDAY
.In loajor cities. "ideological backwardness" air-cured rather than flue-cured WATCH REPAIR -
I unable to find shelter sun-cured they added.
(Lila addition to the English Russian Pushed or
while In the fields
working near
,courses In regular high schools As for tips for further Improvement CLEANED
,' When Peking launched its Middleburg. Transvaal. Witnesses :
and college and the foreign languege OPEN ALL DAY
j the education first five-year plan in 199), a; laid some of the hailstones OILED
college au- "study Russian" movement wasunfolded. were as big as golf bans A moistened filter Is more e6rr..rrrrrrr REGULATED
thorities have set up junior English ,
.
,
(colleges In Shanghai and o.rrrrrrrrrr $495 e CASE and BAND
In 1956 Premier Chou En-Lai I
.
Canton providing a six year POLISHED SUNDAYr
announced Peking's 1J
course for grad school graduate year planto I
!. catch up with the scientific A HEARING AID II I I 24 HOUR SERVICEIF
progress of the West and calledon NEEDEDII'E
Groups Organized intellectuals to learn western
\ t"Self-teaclling": groups have science and technology. This IS NOT ENOUGH! 'V '
It been organized in government prompted a relaxation of the ban YOUR WATCH

departments and I Industrial against English. I I Chocked and Regulated FREE! 'I" li' ,IT........... ,.'J.,.......-.. "
plants where colleagues proficient !- Two years later both Englishand Any Sonotont user will tell you thot- r
in English serve as teachers Russian fell into disgrace In addition to having the fintit Haring I II
when the Communists lost pa- I Aid on the' market you also need ifre yityli; : Ifrf qfoDetf, 4frankli I M
.
The "study English" craze tience with the 12.year plan and I PERSONAL SERVICE. Thot meant expert, & I II E
hat created a shortage of English launched the "big leap forward" I local service Wm. H. Wilts I II ,1 4 JEWELRY
textbooks and dictionaries campaign to industrialize the ,
II find Sonotont LIFTS ... RUBBING ALCOHOL M
'u' always
I 1 C Y e I II Alww rDISMOMDS
J'Essential English a text country overnight 13
YOU UP, never LETS YOU DOWN. $ ,
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book printed In London has After that failed, the Commun- Manage I IUECLEE 11-o2:.ISOPROPHYL
proved very popular with main isle realized the importance of '
2C Valu.
land students. To meet the demand technical know.how and the necessity I ;Nr.
the Communists are re- of foreign languages. Russian SONOTONE of LAKELAND I 9 C M
sorting. to pirating; was downgraded with the CotlponDltreHM'
Hong King residents have received departure of the Soviet techni 1217 E. Lemon St. Ph. MU 2.7816 I Price
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I.S-A Sunday., LAKELAND April 12, IH4 LEDGER: Haven Cancer Crusade

Small Sinkhole Begun By Volunteers '

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WINTER HAVEN-Volunteers signs and symptoms of cancer;
_
!Appears On Edge I are beginning a citywide cam type of cancer increasing most
paign against cancer as part rapidly; which cancers kill most
1 R 1 1 Of U.S. 27 of the 1964 Educational and frequently; what can one do to
I r s Fund-Raising Crusade for the protect against cancer,and whatis
1 gl
the against cancer?
American
HAINES CITY A imal 1 Polk County Unit of the progress
sinkhole appeared on the edge! Cancer Society.. Death Toll Rises
of U S. Highway 27 a few mile)I According to Carleton S. Lu- Lucius said he hopes everyonewill
south of here today, but th! cius Winter Haven Crusade read the pamphlet and that
I small shallow crater was quickly .. chairman, volunteers will seek homes visited by volunteers will
patched and the road reopened public contributions to help support contribute to the fund which
to traffic. the society's year-round hopes to stem Florida' rising
Witnesses said: a hole also appeared cancer control program In public cancer-death toll.
at the base of a utilit)I education, research and services Florida cancer-deaths: have
pole a few yards away. The! for cancer patients and will give risen from 8,233 in 1962 to more
holes were comparatively smal j I. than 8,600 in 1963. Estimates
and apparently did little dam for 1964 say that as many as
let, "The Answers to These 17,000 new cancer cases may
age.Sinkholes Questions May Help Save Your Floridians
'f"\.o-o appear when thl develop among
CE ( .i "' ('$ .{ ... '" I roofs of underground limestom.; Life." "There is a hopeful side;
tj I... f?' a 'f-" \ caverns collapse. .. Questions answered_Include: something 11.being done about
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,
r:1l s ut LI; 1.2 million Americans have been
e :; <# I a1U' ... :
? cured of cancer and are living
r\1. 7 rt 5Everyone for Time
Cramped
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years after treatment.
In Town Is Talking About The. . eon j ONLY II This will year be, about saved,177,000 but 88,000 patients .
OPEN 4 'more could be saved If the
(I'disease would be detected ear-
CURRIER & IVES SUNDAY oars(EFT her and prompt proper treatment
p FREE I given, he said.
"Because we who are volunteers I
DINNERWARE of the American Cancer
APRIL J IS IS THE DEADLINE . '. II Society want to help save more I
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j .{' ; :' "' J."". ",' .,> Sunday, April It. 1K4 I-A'
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Underscores Deep DesireTo i'"i"" LAKELAND LEDGER \
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Ss& Brief, - W" Bobby Klaus, rookie second ''

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By JOHN M. TAYLOR Winter Haven Mrs. C W. . league Infielder. I (Pd. P.1.. ah. N C.ft"I1... I
Lakeland Duplicate Bridge ClubThe Cross of Winter Haven was WASHINGTON (AP) President Illation if the talks fail he re- ", . We must never delude strike that could deal a severe :
race for the "Polk 2nd, and Mrs. Flanigan finished Johnson underscored anew plied: *, !
ourselves
that blow
we are servingthe to the Johnson
County Cup" and the "Medalsof ( 3rd. Tied for 4th were Saturday his deep desire that "I am not here to bury collective economy *
Merit" Is half over for this Mrs. Burt Mrs. Flesher and railroad and union negotiators bargaining. I am here to public Interest if at any time said in his statement he Is "not INVITED' |
contest year. After the first Mrs. Morris. A Wednesday end by collective bargaining the preserve It. I am prepared to we suprtss the legitimate rights:trying to Impose solution" but iC '
six months of competition night series Is going on this recurring threat of a national carry on negotiations with the of the conflicting parties. went on: YOU VISIT *..,
through March 31, here are month In Winter Haven. A rail shutdown. thought that we are going to, "The ultimate objective of our "This is to me a matter of i
the top ranking duplicate Thursday night series Is In He sat In again with the negotiators reach a settlement and I hope I of Is the most vital Importance to our ic PICK UP *:
system government a society
bridge players In Polk County progress this month and nextin and federal mediatorswho and pray we will"In country. I will follow the negotiations
. with the points have Bartow. I of free men who know howto
they
striving White House his Johnson .
are statement. not-: very closely. I have met 1iC
Oct.won I in county games since The Charity Maiterpoint sessions to reach by April 24 a ed that the public interest live together and how to get with the negotiating parties ic CAMPAIGN MATERIAL *
: in Lakeland settlement that has been sought "must always be overriding"but consent rather than to get coercion again this morning, 'and I am 1UMPIR STRIPS-WINDOW CARDS
1. Mrs. Theo Waits, game was won by :1
futilely for more than four expressed his distaste fur ." going to do everything I knowto IUTTONS AND BROCHURES :
.
Lakeland .......... 2677 Mrs. Waits and Mrs. Thompson *
2. years. Imposed solutions in these Emphasizing again his concern do to be helpful and construc
Robert Thornhill,
Winter Haven ..... 2441 of Lakeland and Mrs. Then the President opened a words: | over the threat of a rail,tive." _i TO REELECT .3
Williams and Mrs. Virginia news conference with a lengthy *
3 Mrs Ted Flanigan
... Miller of Winter Haven. statement about the negotiations SPESSARD L. 1
(WH) ........ 21.93
4. Doug Hall (L) ,...., 21.47S. The masterpoint game in launched after both sides We've Moved to
Mrs. Frank Stapor Bartow Lake- accepted his Thursday night .
was won by two
6. (WH) ............. 2145 land teams. The HallWaitsteam strike proposal which for a was 15-day to have delay shut in a 118 W. Lemon St. : HOLLAND :{
Mrs. V. D. FlesherL racked up a 71 per cent ;
( ) ............... 21.<< game, and the Flesher-Feaster down more than 200 rail linesat I
Mrs. H. G. Morris team won its direction. 12:01 a.m. on Friday. LANIER To The U.S. Senate -S
(WH) ............. 1867 I A report from the Southeast Success Big Step -+c *
Mrs. C. W. Thompson em Reglonals at Miami Beach He said "Success In this case UPSHAW INC. ,
(L) ............... 1778 tells of a 3rd place finish fora can be an enormous step in ic LAKELAND -
Mrs. C. W Walker Polk County team in the strengthening the foundations of Cempleft fnivranct ServicePhone )
t (WH) ............. 1827 Women's Team of Four event. collective bargaining. I know Y- r/ J
1 Jim Nicholls (L) .. 1801 The excellent showing by Mrs. this is In the heart and mindsof 686.2113 ic HEADQUARTERS .
1rs. Waits, last year's winner Robert Staufer, Mrs. J, G. those around the (bargaining)
,1s also the leader at the Wood. Mrs. Tom Bates, and table." Customer 120 South Avenue ;;
half-way mark this year. Two Hrs. Pat, Hogan earned Johnson's statement made no Parking From ic Kentucky *
of the above players. Mrs. enough red points for Mrs. direct mention of the only apparent Missouri Avenue
CARTER BUILDING j
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Morris and Mrs. Walker, Staufer to win her life Master alternative If the negotiations Entrance. iC j
failed to finish in the top ten rating It's probable that her fail-new legislation by 9 A.M. to 5 P.M. DAILY *
last year. The top players husband will win the few red Congress
'are evenly split between Lake- points he needs at the tourneyto But when he was asked wheth Visit Us In Our New Offices N P.1. Adv, Holland C.mMilH; CvmmittM

women land and dominate Winter Haven the list but by win his Lift Master title. er- -he--Is prepared-to-ask for--leg-- I* *VIS

a 7-3 margin : :--1;
Here are the next IS rank- Luncheon Set ,
g players in position to
prove into the award list with In ObservanceOf \ JJ ,,
,good showings In the last hslf r
of the annual competition Library WeekFaculty
'I. O. O. Feaster (L) .. 15.19 t

2. Mrs.(L)William........Dancy....... 14.49 of Florida and interested Southern College students --i ., Tag.9a. SPECIAL ;<
33. Mrs. Jim Nicholls (L) 13.22 [
will hold a luncheon meetIng '
14. Paul Tyler (L) .... 1304 Pe" ersoft.
at 12:15 p.m. Tuesday in
15. John Taylor (L) .... 12.68 the president's dining room at -...
16. Mrs. Ewln WilliamsWH "',
( ) ............ 12.27 the college commons in observance -I
17 Otto Rice (L) ....... 11.79 of National Library Week.
18. Frank Stapor (WH) 11.77 The program will stress the i
19. Mrs. Lera Ryan oral presentation of dramatic
(WH) ............. II:59 Literature In honor of outstanding -
20. Mrs. Philip! Trohn (L) 10.76 students and two faculty OFFERS! I
21 Mrs, J. C. Wood members-Mrs. Mildred S. Ib- .
(WH) ............. 10.52 berson of the speech depart- ''I
2:. William Dancy (L) 9.87 ment and Mel Wooton of the
23. Mrs. Annie Ritter dramatics department.
(WH) ............. 9.27
24, Mrs. J. P. Tyner of
Plant City ........ 9.19Z5. I ELECT
i. Mrs W. D. Burt (WH) 8.26
Nickerson Event for that LONG HOT SUMMER
This week the first Annual JOSEPH F.
'Ralph Nickerson Memorial'' o .
V\ward" event will be played I'
t wiU consist of three conseo SEDMERACOUNTY
tvIJ'Charlty' Masterpolnt'
games Tuesday night in

{Winter Lakeland Haven Wednesday and Thursday night In FREE INSTALLATION TO $30 ALLOWANCE I

night 4n Bartow, Players may COMMISSIONERDISTRICT I 2.il
compete as many times as de-
ired with no partnership re- Sft"'R j rt
frictions The highest single I' Right now, before the season's rush, our installation of Lakeland Dept of Electric & Wafer I/til- \
rcentage game in the three
ghts will win the travelling' crews ore not busy That's why we con offer you Free give you a wiring allowance of $30 ($10 for if

id The permanent regular'trophies.Sunday night I j i installation . through-the-wall or window '. 115-volf unit) if you buy your Air Conditioner during the month

asterpoint game in Lake- of April.
nd will be played next Suny ii
instead of on April 28 As THIS WEEK ONLY! ! I
avoid conflict with the state Offer CM' In Any Ar.. Strv4 ky hi lliU' D,pf. .> II. Hie b W.,., Utili';...
nals In the "Team Cham- j'Y
lonship" event in Ft. Pierce
in' April 25 and 26. The St. j'I
>etersburg Sectional will belayed I I
this Thursday throughext
Sunday, but It will not
ffect regular duplicate games
I the county.
There are four special [
vents scheduled for next
onth In Polk County. A L HFR1GIDAIREMI
inner Game wiu be playedn
Friday, May 1. A Char- '
ty Masterpoint game Is sched- I
led for Sunday May 3. The'

wo hamplonship session, Individual game will Club be Sedmtra believes:

played in Lakeland on successive Th. Cwinty Cmimiwien.f ROOM AIR CONDITIONERS i.
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Tuesday .10. ld | and May 12. 'Of (mortal Polk, C""I1.P' .

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TodayIn (Island Ends; Ship In PacificBy SPRING


HOWARD BENEDICT The reliable sources said the launching in the Pacific, although
Associated Press Aerospace ship has fired two missiles Polaris surs are scheduled _
Writer there, neither completely suc to take stations there latein
History cessful. They said a third the year. SALE left Say. .
CAPE KENNEDY (AP-The Polaris A3 recently was flown Missiles Fired I
By THE ASSOCIATED. PRESS,mystery voyage of the missile from' Cape Kennedy to the ship's
The Observations Island has
teat USS Observation Is- ,
ship Pacific base at Pearl Harbor
Today Is Sunday April 12. land has been explained by Informed Hawaii. fired eight Polaris A3s in waters _
the 103rd day 0 f 1964. There sources who report the off Cape Kennedy. Four were _' ) DA1&R24IL please
are 263 days left In the yearToday'i vessel Is firing advanced Polaris The Observation Island has'successful. The only two submarine _
highlight In history: A3 rockets In the Pacific two vertical tubes imbedded in' shots of the long-range.
its aft deck. They are similar missile were good.
On this date in 1861, the sun Ocean.
was rising over Charleston Har- The 563.foot Observation Island to firing tubes aboard Polaris- The A3 has a maximum reach BEEF
bor when secessionist Edmund loft its home port at Cape packing nuclear submarines of 2,875 miles, more than 1,000 40 POUND of
Each of the Polaris models, miles' greater than the earlier UP
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dawn ushered In not only a new A statement noted the shipIs The ship often serves as a support the submarine Daniel
day but Civil War. equipped with a complex communications support vessel!Webster, which I will kick off a
* telemetry receiving and recording for submarines conducting sub- long series of underwater A3
station and indicated It merged tests orf Cape Kennedy.The launching aimed at making the Carnival i
On this date ,
would be used In missile tracking Navy reported there wouldbe missile operational by late sum _
In 1777, American statesman
operations no submarine test or training mer. Special
Henry Clay was born. Declines Comment I
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In 1918, British Field Mar-
Navy officials declined com-
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Big Attraction ? Ducks Of Course



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The big attraction around +

Lake Morton on these bright 9 AJ % t, rV7 rf
warm day Is the lake'i duck,, P

swan and seagull population.At .

almost any time of day,
someone can be found around

the lake, tossing the feathered

I visitor and residents breador
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{ fs It'popcorn.. worth a special trip to ;; .

the lake just to watch some
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pre-school toddler bravelyoffer rM!
G a tidbit to a growing

1 group of quacking duckthenback t,

up hastily when one of _
the big swans, so beautiful )1 A

in the water, lumbers awk

wardly ashore to get Its.share
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These, photos by Ledger
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things you'll see.


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ONI HOUR'S TAKE All of th.. home wire thopliftodfrom social problem end S major finoncltl problem .. many mir
Lokolond .." .rtlllt"t itor by two ..."-..*.* In just ono chants, wfc .I... "'I. amount! of ss.rch.adis..ch year !. ,rotational I
hour. Th* two did,f lot wy end tho morchondito was rttovorod. > and omoliur ihopllfton.
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a t i BABETTE STEINHAUSER and its prices, but store customer b e commissioned b y the booster boxes, coats, and
idki + Ledger Staff Writer and clerks from chop- group. belts, are all things the store
Take Just one step Into a lifters, purse snatchers, quick Florida Is an attractive area and its security people must
department store. change artists, package grab- for shoplifters and swindlers. be on the alert for. All of
Expensive fragrances blow bers, pickpockets, and almost Here is a large growth area these terms mean one thing:
through the entrance, white every kind of fraud in the where many new retail establishments the concealment of stolen
kid gloves and soft leather world. emerge each day. goods.
handbags lie enticingly among Department store must With new operations come In more common language,
counter displays, and feminizing meet payrolls, balance books, new employes, new rules, and the detective must be on the
dresses almost reach out keep inventories stable, and general unsettledness. And lookout for people who walk
and say "try me on." yet "for some reason people with money flowing freely out with clothes hidden under
But the customer walks on. feel they have the right to from vacationing tourists, dog neath their skirts who wear
No money I With perseverance steal from a large store be- tracks, and entertainmentareas stolen garments out under the
s she walks past her wants, cause the store can affonj it," the shoplifter sees a ones they wore Into the store,
to her needs. said Mecouch. real mecca for his plans. and who hide shoplifted articles
She goes directly to the notions "Teen-agers make up about "Shoplifting Suspect Kills In false bottomed boxes,
department. There, she 50 per cent of our shoplifters. Store Guard" "Two Stock. and coats or belts with hooks
glances at a shopping list: Because judges are somewhat boys Stabbed In Tampa" fitted inside especially for \
II three spools of thread and lenient with first offenders, These headlines are not unfamiliar pilfering.Not .
Two Heads Ofo Bottor Then On*, I Always Soy
one dress zipper. things continue to' be lifted to big department all of the shoplifters. are
Then-Why not? Into her'' and we continue to lose store setups. caught because or facetofacediscovery. t
purse they go. The shopper money. And teen-age shoplift" Not all shoplifters are not Two-way mirrors j.
has become a shoplifter ing Is on an upward trend." just easily tempted. Many and station lookouts are em
I $10 Million Lost Although teen-agers make steal to make a living So ployed. At a station lookouta
up a good portion of the shoplifters store detectives are hired to device is used that allows\
rAl And later, as she leaves the those over 50 also make their Jobs more difficult the person peering through it
t .t Mt store, a quiet woman walksup and often Impossible.A .
seem to have the urge to take to observe a very wide area
to her and says "would Instead of buy. store detective recently while looking through a tiny,
you mind coming back Into Jute Stolen grabbed two girls in a Maas tiny piece of glass that can
the store with me for a minute store who nonchalantly triedto be fitted into a wall.
?" 'low the shoplifter has "If :you stay around a large walk out with two mink In 1955 Florida and Maine
been apprehended by a store department store long enough furs. The girls knew what became the first two states
detective.On anything can happen. ," said they were doing. They had to be protected by a shoplift
a recent visit to Lake Mecouch. flown Into the city that day ing law. Now more than 40
land, J. C. Mecouch, security In one' store, people con- for the purpose of attendingthe states have similar laws. In
director for. Man Brothers' tinue to open shelved pickle fur show, and leaving witha most states, as In Florida,
stores, qualified this frequent jars, drink the Juice and replace couple of furs. punishment under these laws
to; incident by .estimating that the Jars on the shelf. Guard Must Blend complies with those already
."conservatively"* p e a kl n g, Although amateur shoplifters The store detective, who Is, existent law, for misdemeanors -
Florida department stores lose are prevalent, the profnetasal,..., chosen-so he, or she will ,: larceny: ,""aad grand lar 1
ilO million/ each year In shoplifted shoplifter can not be over- blend with the clientele of the ceny. "
1f at ;h rt j rj goods." looked. :The pros walk away store in which he works, is "Real kleptomaniacs are a ,
64" yrrs o He also said the average with the most.Syndicated not legally liable for false arrest rarity, said Mecouch, and
P American housewife Is most shoplifting accounts false Imprisonment, or when they do steal, they don't
r i Niter Fy+t rk often the apprehended shop for a large portion of unlawful detention, of suspi- mind stealing right in front
lifter. Somewhere her resistance the goods shoplifted throughout cioned shoplifters. This was of someone."
weakens and she feelsif the world. Fences (persons enacted into law so the private "If I could point to one
: '' C .; she must pass up all of the or places where stolen concern might be able to cause for shoplifting, especially (
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tempting luxuries, she should goods are received) are function with more effectiveness amateur shoplifting I'd say
n't have to pay for those dull, known to thrive In' Latin people just don't respect sue
I daily necessities.In America and major cities of A store detective must be a thority.
You Con Wait If Yoy W fact, 70 to 80 per cent the United States. Fences are well-trained, levelheaded person "This may have somethingto
of the shoplifters are women. arranged through the mail, with no physical limita do with the open pilfering ,
But then, 90 per cent of department railway express and drop locations. tions. And above all the store that took place during World
/1r dv' a store shoppers are detective must be the kind of War II. I know if* not because
S4 0.p A L women. Mecouch cited an exampleof person who recognizes Irregular of real need, because
r Shoplifting has become asocial an area gang which required actions when he sees them. less than one per cent of the
a problem, according to shoplifters to "lift" at Catching pros means learn shoplifters are financially unable
Mecouch. A department store least $1,000 worth of merchan- ing the tricks of the trade. to pay for what they have
must not only protect Itself due a week If they wanted to "Underslinging, wear outs, tolen."



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LAKELAND LEDGER Sumhy. AprD 1MM4 Haven Planning Board


Winter Haven Hospital Study Is Under Way To Rule On Pool RoomWINTER I .

WINTER HAVEN A full cleared away before any foundations Increasing hospital space .Is be-
ing checked said the report HAVEN-The city an Rl.A cone.
of crowded condition built
study at are Such an addition .Is estimated planning board will Inherit the No hardship or reason to granta
I Winter Haven: Hospital Is In A proposed seven.story addi- to cost some 13.5 million and tall end of one matter adjudicated variance was seen in the request -
progress, according to a report tion Is In a rough stage on a methods of financing this is by the adjustment of A. F. Scott for a variance -
l issued Friday but a lot of retained architect's drawing I causing considerable eyebrow board this past week which In rear and side requirements tv ; 1l
granted two variances, denied concerning building of
conjecture will have to be. board and every element for knitting .
one and declared one petition three two story apartments
unnecessary.In around a garden court at Sixth
the unfinished matter the Street and Avenue 0, Southeast; 4
services' here been
All county adjustment board granted special four-foot variance denied In the
expanded; yet, through extreme approval to Mike Trabllsy area zoned C1B which requiresa
to open a pool room la the IGA clearance of 15 feet from the
core and greater efficiency, we Foodllner shopping center. Cypress -edge of structures to the prop
hove lowered your taxes! Gardens Road, AvenueR erty line
a + Southeast, but now rte needs A retail outlet for air conditioning
planning board or city commission equipment and alum
Rc-clcct approval to amend an ordinance Inum products to be Installed in
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prohibiting minors in a building along Atlantic CoastLine
what he hopes will be a family right of way at Avenue A,
pool room and for a possible Southwest and Fifth Street needed .
r Floyd Woods Sunday opening. no variance.

Variance Approved This the board related to MaudC.
Telford and J. C. Con Jr.,
k A variance request by Dan
saying the property was already .
L County Commissioner Countywide Vote W. Mann was approved. He within zoning requirements ------ ---- -
asked approval to erect a sec
ond duplex dwelling on the east AZlO-Jp.cutetien, abound ,IWmi." s te whet will n.
160 feet of Lot 9, Inmans Al BLEACH BOTTLE BUOYS SCHOOL LANDMARK .... the .... wham the h-< ,,,.* h.
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WEST (AP) Fisher . tw.'.. arsd. school" ,U*r " ",
MY PLEDGE: pal* .t...d In,. 1t15 h <....... t.rtint .. th. city' s
tfsnz&X The board okayed kitchen facilities men here say the white plastic ....ht ,.., end h.1f sae by L.i. ashen It.ty, Will
In nurses quarters of containers used these day. for thin a junior high IehH', the sib was the '"t".. .l A. site, ..,., wraps utor ..
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I LAKELAND LEDGER. Sunday April 12. IH4 JoBI.r


.I Florida Motor Vehicle

License Sales Increase | N THE


, JACKSONVILLE (AP-Flor. for each 23S residents compared
Ida motor veh I c I e licenses to 275 nationally. The
i passed the three million mark state Is ranked sixth In this
for the first time last year. This category DOGHOUSOVER
r f was 4 per cent over the preceding Larger can, carrying W and

year equalling the rational WW tags, have Increased rapidly :. .

I 1. average.The State Chamber of Com- In recent years. Last year YOUR e e .
the this gained 5 cent
merce reported figures in category per
1.t its weekly business review. but slipped In its proportion of
Passenger auto mobiles I I licensed the total cars, giving evidenceof ppBILLS?
in Florida totaled 2,373- a slackening demand. "
812, up 6 per cent, trucks 323- Medium sized cars with plain I FIELDS AND -'
218, up 4 per cent; trailers 217- tags also dropped slightly 'SHOP J.M. . ..
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S82, up 4 per cent; house proportion to the total. Inl lOWcn YOUR COST OF LIVINGI I IQd,'"
I trailers 112.351, up 8 per cent; Small cars: with D .
cp ;;; w I and buses 7,810, up < per cent. were up 14 per cent In number
4 q The balance Included 38,501 to 310,155 and also stepped up
motorcycles and scooters, up 7 in share of the total A similar
r per cent and various miscellaneous :trend was shown by cars for
categories such as demonstrators hire and taxis. Together they I t t
and duplicates. I numbered 46,866, a 10 per cent (

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fretermty Florida Sevlher Cellefe "..14i..." and thdr d.t.. met for Mill ." tho lewn .n the
calomel nd. of Joieph Reynolds lull, the fliCi 4..1t.". Thii . day, the fraternity Add a donee In Cleorv/orer .. pot .' tfcalf annual foitivitloi .."'........'.ti", the S DIXIE CRYSTAL. LIMIT WITH $2.50 FOOD ORDER
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By JOHN M. BRYSON row morning In the Civic FAMILY STONE O
General Manager Center building. I
Our new Private Aviation DinnersServed" 5tB
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I committee'. free ground The souvenir pencils distrib- j v 1{
school is really making a hit uted by the 23 fans who made o Fresh Ideas V
with commercial, and
private 43ciiOLSUM
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our first goodwill trip to De. !
would-be fliers In the area. troit In 1958 are pictured and In the I o New Outlook 9 o
Forty-two men
and womenJammed described in a special salute Teakwood Room Modern
to baseball'a 125th anniversaryin
r Into the April 13 issue of Numis Procedures BAG
our board matic News.There've Roost Leg $785
room Monday been a few rum of Lamb
night to hear blings from local fans about ., CLERK ., CREAMY SMOOTH
the details, and
the total registration this resuming summer our trips Its been to Detroit three I Prime Ribs $200 CIRCUIT
for the years since we've visited Tiger of Beef I
nine week Stadium, in 1962, a groupof I I COURT BUTTER ? 4t
course begin
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: ning tomorrow by taking in a four-game Tiger CHEFETERIA NUT
night has al. .Yank series in New York,
BRYSON Good
hit 45. Servlnf Qualified. Experience
ready and the didn't .
trip just materialize I
The course will be taught by II :10 A.M.-1110 PM.
last
summer ORDER
six highly experienced pilots The recent meeting of TI.
$ 140 I
who're doing it just for kicks, ger, City and Chamber officials I Training and "on-rh,-job" experience In I person
and I wish I had space to list indicates classification and assignment, supply GRiTS
a growing recognition net handling, FULL 5
-
their impressive include thousands qualificationswhich of of the need of a vast management, cost accounting budget preparation,
field
ly Improved Henley I and with others. BOX
working
combat. Instructional and com grandstand something we've office administration
mercial flying time. Since I e4deeSince
been preaching for quite a I 7le
can't do that, here at least are I
few years Once this is accomplished CLARK STONE Is STEPPING STONEto
their names: Col. John Bodle, ,Lakeland will your ijiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimininiuuiiuiiiiiiuu iiiiuiiiiiuiiiB
George Rudolph Russell Davis cooperation efficiency 0 economy
have no future worries as to ::
George Husek, Lyonal major league spring baseball, as Clerk of Circuit Court C PANTRY PRIDE ::
Lindsey and Don Evans. which probably ranks only 1940 LEAN FRESHLY GROUND
In addition, we're gratefulfor behind sunshine and lakes in I ,... A4. H. kr Marie Iha' Cam.all"i T"' :..
lilt Lakeland Hills llvd a
the all-out support offered, our list of tourist attractions:
i I
by Les, Betty and Johnny ,.


Service.Roberts of* *Roberts* Flying SHOP MONDAY AND FRIDAY TIL 9 P.M., LAKELAND 1"&,5BEEF I

An even dozen members of
The Safety committee heard a
a subcommittee report at their S a ,
biweekly meeting Thursday S S

Police morning Department that the Lakeland, State /.SS TSi n\

Road Department and Flori -
da Highway Patrol have made : '
reasonable provisions for the I d. i
tremendous increase in traffic
anticipated on East Memorial LESSER ii9
Boulevard I QUANTITIES i
Chairman Zlm Zimmermann -
has announced that I 1 LB 39
Highway Patrol Sgt. Darrel IBS
Jansen and Ken Davis are --
beading a Safety Coordinating -
Council charged with
promoting, scheduling and I .HICKORY' RANCH SWEET SMOKED BREAKFAST
publicizing various safety I
projects In the area so as to h
void duplication of effort LIMIT 3PLEASE 3'
and conflicting dates.

* *

New Chairman Bill Myrickand i LB

Executive Director Bob LEAN MEATY BEEF () LB PKGS AND UP)
Drabik of the Lakeland Indus. 2'
trial Board will attend the industry I

ence sponsored development by the Florida confer SHORT RIBS LB

Council of 100 the Florida Development
Commission and
the Florida Industrial Devel 1..11111111111111111111111111..........................11111..1.t I I 111111111111.I...11111111.......I...........IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIG
opment Council in Orlando
FIRM. RED. RIPE
tomorrow. The Lakeland I
board 'along with eight local
Industries will also participate
In the 4-day Florida Industries
Exposition beginning the next
day in Orlando.

* TOMATOES

A lot of folks will be un-
happy no matter where the
City Commission finally puts
the library, but action on
this Important matter Is certainly Famous Frifftclmreliiiltfiitcc#
timely with today
kicking off National Library I t tI'
Week. big selection-best service-low prices

* I'I'b

Another special observance Frigidaire Air Conditioners . "r
-National Music Weekwillbe
celebrated a week earlier
-April 26 thru May 1at a model for every cooling need. .. a price for every budget
Honda Southern College in or 1CTNS'1I

der to avoid a conflict with Buy cool, quiet comfort by the roomful . Frtgidoire !
final exams But Professor conditioner for cooling need
of has an air every .
Kenneth Anderson director I jiiiiimiiiimiiiiiiiiHiiiiifiCRISP

music at the college, phoned e All have bactencide-treated filters to super-clean the air .Fresh : ' := FRESH TENDER
to tip me off that the programwill -:., .
not suffer on account of o All feature droft-free oir distribution fENDER LEAFY GREEN "
Carrots
E EICabbage
it.A
outstandingevents
number of Install now at pre-seoson prices
are scheduled, me a
Joint concert of the Florida I
Southern Concert Band and Every Moos Brother Air Conditioner it tern- I
Bandon NOW . I
BUY
the Lakeland Reading ked by Mao Brothers expert and ouaron.Take
Friday evening, May 1. advantage of Lakeland Power's teed by the manufacturer! Phone MU 21S
This and others to be the announced Special Installation Allowance . $30 for 6.1161 and hove one of our specially : 0""
held in I
will be BransromD Memorial each 230 volt unit $10 for each 115 volt trained Air Conditioner, Representative recommend 'i'QUALITY FOODS

beautiful Auditorium new and opento unit . April only! .the unit best suited for your home! I J (::! -ATDISCOUNTPRICES.EVERYDAYIIrr IAGS, ? "_F

the public at no charge. i
* Mass Appliances i!

An event of special slgn111cance QUALITY.*"" ,M.._d Mb* I

to growers Is the NO DOWN PAYMENT, TAKE UP TO TWO YEARS TO PAY Lakeland: U.S. 92 East at Rose St.OPIN ,'.'! IecouMT.Mira, <_ALWAV__ I I
Anniversary .
all-day Silver Duly le let Sun y NM u *M pa casey DAY M
Program of the Lakeland-
based Soil Science Foundation I
starting al IO.W tomor-


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\I Sunday AprU 12,



,.I .BOT i mwa* I a PscdUNT .... SCOOPBy AIR .I I.I I 1




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DON EMERSONCity
"II "IIIIIIIIIIOII1tli1111IIIlIIIIII'\ \ \ \ " ; Aviation Division w in
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11111111111 III 11I 7 ; ,___________ : their aviation The program Chamber committee off of the Commerc really grouj| te VI In

it -I_ ______ iii his past week with the firsl
.
_____ session of the aviation croun clI'
; _______ s1 uJY; school courslForty I'fll'
[ ______p\ f |Ilr| |
. s'Mt _____ . men and wow
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ffj I f'I A)\ ______ : ; en enroll 111r

\ I u I S\\\6 u..... ____________ : .. has which that a large LaltelaiJ HIM iti! r


I ment ol tA
I QUALITY\ '_ Cs minded peopi I

11111111 DISCOUNT ;.. .. . .. rig - ) If only there I iL c
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.s ,, ,'tdl i some way fcl
I Ii them to ex!
EMERSON press their er r
thus) a I m. A
the course proceeds, a winner
_
_
:
:= -' will be chosen to receive Rob-
"" = - --3' ,- ; .,,; U} :! THESE ARE JUST A ert'i Flying Service's donationof IICI
'
-
-::- :- '--l. "ra fEW 01 J, M, FIELDS
_- PRICE
___ : -- r + SLASHING EXAMPLES one hundred dollars worth CIJ
\ .
.. AU EXTRA SPECIAL ALUESI of flying time.
; ; Joe Ruthvln, George Ru. ,
dolph and John,Bodle, deserve a
\ -.... a fly-by salute for the
i splendid -
. 'gJQJ.
of tor
job putting this thin

2 CYCLE 6 887I together * ort

'IJ Front "....J HAVE YOU any Idea what
one of the first Wright broth r
3':
I AUTOMATIC WASHER EMERSON ers' flyers cost? Browslni A
-
p through some old magazine,

: I .t', 1G87 !6" Portable. TV . . . . . . . 9995 to we an found the impatient price a letter was customer from 7,500 Orville,slatIng and. rc

; i : .; \ I DELMONICO. his plane would be ready after t
1
met the deadline for
I they de-
i I lJ" Handwired livery of orders,
fl government
:
9995MOTORO
i I : WIT . . . . . . . C s
,
ALSO at that time Glen Cur. ,
.
; 2 and I ,. tiss was running a Rybqschool
; cycle rotary timer regular gentle t yc s 19"Rin.ondwoihwat.rt.mpeotur.s.kcoriwitch in upstate New York f
,, i yearwarrant 11995 using his famous pusher type. ar ar
His advertisement stated he
? YAN/A/ would teach you to fly for S3".
'f :r 000, which is almost 10 times 1
NORM :IEY.DWN l 19" bonded the price today. So you tee. ,
I (, > lt} ___ tube i . . . . 12995 prices have dropped considerably 1

\, 1 ---- =.J OIt'YI"l' : w.'; '= ADMIRAL the last In the 50 living years business u

.. ;- ..... .. 1 ",;. >' : I
( }.; I &l >' 19"S.'m. L.
1< "" .
( JIt "" ', '" .I'( t ':> ne _ ' 12995 If some of you oldtimen.
"*
reminisce old
' ' ' want to over
r'r-- PACKARD old" time aviation, go ViSit ]

I !fl ,< I'' I 2'DOOR REFRIGERATOR j 19". walnut BELL with Mobile Tony Park.Bragoz Tony at is Hilltop In he

-iiiiJJ' grained . 12995 70s but he will recall as if It
,
.
II .
'
,t : with BIG 100 Ib. FREEZER ADMIRAL were"aeroplane"yesterday factory the In fin Nevi

If." York a dance hall In a Bronx
-- --"- NOMONfrOOWNIONir2.50perweekr
-.. : Remote Control' 14995 amusement park.
":
T II Ir __ I . . . . The owner was so enthused
MOTOROLA about flying, he ran off the
.v _
dancers and brought in the
1.1: 1'1. =--:;.: 19'; 20,000 Bleriot design. He Imported
l c
16887
"""" - &&r.f .., I volt' chassis . . . 14995', Frenchmen to build this little )
dragon fly, one of which HI
Erb \
: .... j. II EMERSON be seen with Cole Palen's .110
t"" tique airplane display at b
1: ;! ," ( I )J 11 19"front co ; simmee Airport.
roll
\ \ . ::14995
.
!tII
.=-: Automatic defrosting refrigerator: section. t II : *
I ;:;-- t j I --1 ::t j Door storage,.gutter.keeper &.egg storage ZE(s4ITH \. er ANOTHER old timer,who but much recently you tat:|'
-
I r I .. fI '"
'I 19' made Lakeland his headquarters
"
r. ---= ''i .;. Power Transformer 14995 by heading up Air Florida
. . ... . Helicopters is John R.
\ j ai It' Topping. This capable executive
I and pilot began his avii-
.dl
'IIfj tlon career In the 1930s at
___ Roosevelt Field, the cradle ol
_
D.o i flying.He .
is personally acquaintedwith
I
\ most of the old time
- I greats of aviation and has contributed .
i : II; 2 DR. KELVINATOR much to its historY
NORGE 2 SPEED himself.It
J ! 1 .1 I. REFRIGERATOR is considered by those who.
I :is "TOUGH 'H' WASH" .. second
I --' / -- with 100 Ib. FREEZER Helicopters now ,
t largest in the United States
[ AUTOMATIC WASHER x { : y will not be long in assuming
JI. Pfic-. 111 first place in this new and fast

: J I! ''t:: i ;il growing Industry.* * l
: 19987 FLORIDA is now the adopt.
:
ed state of so many personages
.ih IljJll.lJ.] of aviation, both retired
1'I.; ] .
and active, that it is fitting 1
h_ and proper that we should all
I 1' Jo ,III' '' .0 MONfUOWIII. pull together to put togetherthe
U1a I .itl 1, greatest aviation museumIn t
;:-'oii the country
I. I', 1
i. : Eifra specious Tru conventenc We should try to enlist pea-
r' J ,
.
I I., Two separata wash and tpm speeds. Deluia 4_ . I i I and economy. Separate 'freeier pie like Walt of Disney aircraft to have ever

lint filter agitator. Rinta and wash water fists you shop (lest frequently. built every all type brought together In

Hmpvrature controls one spot in the Lakeland area

i I I(I 1 L .l -_ _:::: _ _. This ing aviation.to would people be a in terrific and out draw rA

( wY J I During the recent stay cf
j the B-17s at Lakeland MunicIpal -
i\ hundreds of es
I Airport
23" ZENITH 23" ZENITH pilots bomberdiers navigators.to
mechanics and others came
ALL HANDWIRED ALL HAHDWIRED see these year-old planes
and tell their families about

LO BOY CONSOLE _-- y -- Contemporary CONSOLE and their WWII experience.planes While are WWI sllll'

available, they should be gath'
..
ered for this display
-- up great
aoas.raest .asss.. Who will start this project
--71 MONEY DOWN! NO MONEY here before some other progressive
1- NO DOWN! area beats us to It?

I Only 2" WeeHy. I, Only/ S2S1 Weekly, Bunche Tours


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@ i Green Line
I I Super target turret hirter Super tcrg. ..t turret tunar

...... _::' -J. e 21.000 volt picture powere : --'"' 21 thousand tolt picture power In Cyprus
I., Zenith"fin coaled'power transformer - Zenith'"fin c oUd" power transformer
_
i'i'1' Zenith quality 7"i S"specter "!I-r == Zenith quality 7".S"sp.ok.rAutomatic"Fringe.lock"circuit NICOSIA Cyprus (AP)-U.N.
f Automatic"Fringe-loci"circuit Undersecretary Ralph Bunch ed
f j D \ Peat picture control.Spotlight dial Peak picture control.Spotlight dial inspected the heavily fortifi th ee
Green Line separating
Greek and Turkish quarters c r
rr- \l lAll. Nicosia on Friday, asking pOinted )
o n
questions of the fighters
both sides
Bunche. here on a three fa Y:
mission for the United Nation I,
Prices F.O.B. Store saw armed Greek Cypriot pt
lice and Irregulars in sandbagged I.d
gunposts In fortifie positions in houses and on r.
tops fN r.r.
U r.h r.
the
LAIELAND( : U.S. 92 at Rose St. QUALITY DISCOUNTS force Accompanied commander by Gen. Pre
The only' true mtaiureaf Thaf
Q/d I qiv you instant Singh Gyanl of India, he the n!
OPEN: Mon. thru Sat. 10.10; Sunday Noon to 7 P.M. ALWAYS.value guaranteed cash' savings ran'.ecf crossed Into Turkish territory tl o
EVERY
DAY' see the same sights and to vIIi t
a Turkish police station.





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New Survey Shows Florida I LAKELAND LEDGER. Sunday, April 12 INI 5-B




S Employment Rise Is SlightORLANDO Polk Lists 24,000 On Social Security.


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AP-Developers I About one out of every eight sons and amount of the other clothing, shelter, and other essentials business and professional men, accounts for 18 million out of

who view Florida as a I tween 1953 and 1963. ed to Itlt: considerable discussion -, residents o' Polk County Is now: monthly benefits paid in Polk In this way, the benefits farmers andn agricultural work the 19 million people now entitled

I industrial state will have rising to But in the manufacturing among those attendingfrom receiving a monthly social security County as of. Dec. 31, 1963, Include have a stabilizing effect on ers and other groups As a result to benefits The amendments .

take a closer look if they take,that usually is the measure of the Committee of 100 and I check according to figures : the local economy" several million people also introduced a new

Irtgo Into account the results of a sur industrialization, the larvey the cosponsoring Florida Development released by William E Retired Rolls Increase whose work was brought under protection under social security

un5n" vey made for the Florida Council .,found that 15.2 Arnold, Lakeland social security Worker e.eeo 13,000; $979,000 social security are now receiving disability benefits and 15
per cent of the Commission and Florida district manager. Arnold forecast that the num
of Wife benefits
Others
100 or qualified million disabled workers and
u The survey, by Economic Con- Florida in work force was employed industrial Development Council Arnold' report listed the Husband... 3,400; $135,000 ber of social security benefi through amendments which reduced their dependents now receive
industry in 1953 and Economic Consultants Inc claries will continue to increasein
un'It sultants Inc of Coral II9 number of Polk County beneficiaries Widow or I the amount of work need benefits under the disability
finds that nonagricultural Gables, per cent In 1963. found that Florida's populationin as 24,000 at tlw end of Widower .... 1,900j; $123000 the future, but at a much ed to get benefits. provisions of the law.
Jobs Some Florida durable goods 1953 totaled 33 million, and slower rate than In the 10
vo In Florida 1963, an Increase of 7 per cent Mothers andChildren past One change the
rose 78 lowering
per cent be- industries actually lost ground, rose to 5.8 million In 1963. For years
over the corresponding ..
figureat 3,200 $160,000
It1ok .e ; at which older
age people can The schipperke dog generallyIs
News during the the decade, according to the name period the survey,reported -' the beginning of 1963. The Disabled Workers He said that, nationally, the get benefits from 65 to 62- born tailless.

Ito Of Record survey the state's total nonagricultural dollar benefit amounts total endDependents social security benefit rolls increased --- --- ---- -- --

---_ Ready For MeetA work force rose. from. ,more than $18,350,000 yearly. 2,300; $135,000 from' about 5 million

Ita.. CIRCUIT tu.ta "COURT.,... spokesman for the 848100 to 1438500. o Most Are Retired In releasing the figures, Arn- people In 1954 to more than 19 Radio & TVService
tell ::lnl 1 and Ut"ft A.am, ate firm survey I The total manufacturing employment i old pointed out that the social million at the end of 1963 This NANCE'S
npl Jim H.e e u., m .:. laid that the atate'a lumber moved from 128,600 to Retired workers .
..cioaurt"buSl.5."JI1"nBl3k. o fIS and wood are the largest security benefits are Importantto rapid growth In the beneficiary
vlII "f 8I. P.I..* Industries em 229200, a gain of 78 per cent. single group of social security the community as well as to population resulted from major
DirldaCliilnnDWek] In.It ployed 35,100 persons in 1953 The overall Increase in population 1 beneficiaries In amendments the -MOTOROLA-
IIet at o liraclwt the the people who receive them. : to Soclay Security
Plant ..0", ..... and employed 22,800 In 1963 was 70.8 per cent. county. There are 13.000 In this "It is a fact," he said, "that Act from 1950 through TV STEREO RADIO COLOR TV
earl and Las" A..n .1 J... The report was prepared for Most other of Florida .
erA 'OY CHI, N J. vi tk.eua segments group and their, old-age insurance almost every dollar of social 1961. Complttt Lint or Motorola
.Maine.... Mat,],, tt'ui'toreclou ...n. a statewide Industrial conference industry made small to moderate benefits total $975,000 security benefits coming Into He cited several amend Ham Enltrtolnmtnt Equipment

1aob. 1I..onl.) e.in. Sort etc VI II... opening Monday at Orlsndo employment gains, the monthly. The following table by he county Is spent each monthin ments which extended social security 102 W. LEMON LAKELAND 4I1M44S
rr Irrtnl Johns .t na. fortoloe Its presentation was expect I indicated. the number
810.11.,. survey category. of per. local businesses for food, coverage to self-employed
IOft, ".' ., .
aMr - - - --- -- --- --
Onunq "t' Bank rte oa
rob R L It Ya Ind lM Bank 1I.X
tephrrhllh, .k? fereclur mortasae

:: Mrxo.p Andre.'. Mrxoee dlvon: ... Doroth

tae 'oi.I C. Don C Prodtea and I
PPJr
'Ye : miner., m.
u:'M'Sanfcc':1 I : ; I :' n.fe -f'iT'i-= ONLY !

en.Os a*: "wi.Kij: | Rub.ur, ''vi.jr.Amtrkan am.

rail pod Mart !"** au10r11I I. o.
1tre pod Cuualy Co..

*'11'lnl.! JmrtnaiaThrltt..y C."t.r,;
oat /: James aoador .t up .lvU _
fhllh" .,....r...
oh. Jmp iona
vauniont Woltman.Lod1I1
tor,, arrounlm.
15aL Paul nle.
/ *, JMt 0.0 e
,..,|,1.. Bank tllvora of Auburndalt Iledt moan C. klrpoel1! ate chattel

Ct7vln Haaintrr7oui! .rl Lord and Hill
ho H Lord va A. C Train, Jamt
aden M Lanier Jr, tt al, tulet till.
H D H Inc *tei lea Arnold D
....sermonL: mortaa.e for.elomr,
BOM on Pl>a Crab Bavlni Bank : H
re, William N Hamer and Mrlao:
t. Hamer, moryw /oteeloAUn :
e.M1 0 W Pobr et ur w Johnnb l T
Tavlor;'Inn aL t mnrbgaPulm .lorerlotun 1
M Fulmar VI. Calvll C. rL
diner
I
Vlnlnia flDfara studio dlvorct.IP..1I vi Warloi i I IouAIITY Ir

Ige Claidla, Rae w Harrr Rn a, divorce __
timer Dallaa Llphatn va. Mabel Rich
lee LI.h.m. all'o'ts
Elvira M Varnadort V,. John Varna- j
0e dlvorrt
trinsoree Crocker vt, Marvin L CrockarRt .

.dnorre.a.. ..
Z.no. Webb dl.o. DISCOUNT
Harold Dfa'n Roan. a mmot. n. ,".
e core dlrablllllM of Don-at.
Rt Hush Damn Rowlt., a minor, rtmovt .

r.a B.A... B.dlaahiliiiaa Dalton va of. nun Garland ai< Jack
Dalton dlvorctOrwara ,
an4 Doer_ 1J
Itldttwood Savlnai Bank .k. fI
Sherman C treat etc et etc Noon
it al: trial decrtt ol torecloeurpod I 7
I ale.Nnurt, J to
1 Ruth Bardea va Ralph A P.M.
1t final decrre dlvorrtLima
:
"a'in v. Junior: Edward Palm-

er final drc rndtrora.ennelh ....... .
p L Brotla tt uv and Stanley -
Bracer et a. n. LotUa A Roberta.
fin al decree


1V 1t till Arthur.1 dl.ml..1 la Ii W,.W d'.m.rahrrm.n Hornibr L.' Baraet. Scott..Vl.Jr.Rosa Thelma. .. locklearlttnakatlonal cbulAn Short SHOP EARLY AND SAVE! QUANTITIES LIMITED!

_
o P01,.. Scott Iinal darn oftun's
{ '
'' Bank of Ht Pfteriburi -
etc va 0i1 ii. M Davte el upCa
i final decret of tortcloturt and
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mHa lnia Loan Moo of Jor-
ae, ('ll> N J v. Arthur Lrilla OIUI
9 et ui, final decree of loreclotuno "

1 end ale.M11ea1.d P.. Ole..on .. J.m.. TO'.
t.1.. Jud.m.n' for pl.mUII. FRAMED

tldrewood two a.nk .l." n Dacron Cotton Redwood and -
/arlnea
1
Waller A .1.0.. ot .1. tleldeer. ROSEBUSHES
nl formlolur. and aalr _
hd..1) Bln,0
r t Law."rt.darhurd end Lola Am,.' .I. ,' Wall'*!
tt u.. tonal decree: olIOIUrMcO f PICTURES
.. > Alum. Chaise
leina'n JAMAICAS
/fil'ls' : ... Joseph WllDanltlV .
Ham McOlMhan, Sinai dean dWaihlnaton '

rorclpeck C.unt,. .t. ... M M WII..n leal S
float Jud.m.n _In.n I door ua
wit a to Aubundale LumWr Co.. 24'
I. 100.
M stem va HsaiVArthur
Stont' Wallace Jr 'b.) rrnr- : Pranklnl 8.00
Dorottif '
D. liarllni, Inal dean dlvorct 2 for $3
Maria et Loiilur ranch,Wrench final decree va Jarre.Edward a .. White polyeplene frame. embossed 3 7c

0001*He*, Mae Forehand .. Cecil Po..- Sunday only 14 of this price.. __-. and varnished pictures.
Ilnal decree all'o'tbaud. .. 8"xl2".
COUNTY COURT Trim side zipper styling Blue, Folds flat for storage. 1 E ...
Marriatt LittnataHenry CI I
"".h. 30 Lakeland and Theo ,_ pink, white, orange, green, ,, .0, Sunday only. Gallon can fn _
Walden Broth 33. Lakeland
Wtthea CII ma.. and Sherman MvrUt Berent.Henlar.Wrlitil 36 Plant. 44 black. Sizes 8 to i 18. Adjustabl..V o selection.Large bud and in bloom Compare at

Plan Clt,. positions 89c to 99c
CI.'bur" tonne NrHutl. 12, III.hl.nd P
Cli, and Elliabeth Ann.ne PrO.lor. f
11 Peon ParkClarrnct
Larry Cdwarda It : ee
Lake. and Mariarel Ruth tot .;
tab LenRemand c:
Donll..d Bridie.. 2Win.-
ter Haven and Nauru Lovlit Beauchamp -C -
Thorn.21 Winter main HrreaWarot It. Pembrok. ; RA\E' ':
and Rebecca Ann Barber It Fort a:
Nod
frank Dlna.F.'u'NV.. k Weber- '0 Lakal.M i
.. Cooper, n. Ce,.

Aldo: Paul Marrhettl, 30 Winter' 1I..n, i- -----r- % ) -.
and Dorothy Para FtankllnIrt 20.Wln i
HLOUII ,. .
Jne Herb H.rrl..n Jr 211 Lakeland
.nd H.nrll. Boeee LL AubarD- :e d II PORTABLE

Lorry dale Prum 20 Auburndale. and Nlr. PAPER _
lam Carole K."I III Auburndale MEN'S 100% 27 Quart %
arm. 1'orr. Po".o. 81 N.. Vim.Mmn -
and Ad.1I Raellle 1I.llOn. 88 O SAR EI Q
Lobe W.ke. BACKBOOKS -
Abraham Cot, ever it MarentoIII DAY
,, and Mary Clrborn Rhoada, tveiWaller ;

21. Winter Robert H..n K.nr'ler M Lakali. tl CORD SUITS ICE CHEST
Lakel.ad.sad 1 Lin' 415 NUklpwa, GRILL -

Prtbalt i
Henry Let Kirby, Archie Mat KlrbyPorre.t
William John Warne 1 1minora.
I.b'J
Klrby Prank I 'r !

t Clana A .Ollllland ordee appelntlnt d..od. 5.00

ntlhrchn lhorbina Lacllarr'. deceled lei: "". .u.rdlOn'l 2.27 17c 50CWhile

ler i hetrMlp
BtVa'oetn "Anhett "WatM>n t minor.
order tuardlanBurdett
appolntlnf L, Arm.. deceaaed order all! While they lost, broken sizes.

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-BLAKELAND LEDGER Sunday April It, 1M4 Sandy Koufax of the Dodgenhas '
won the National League Of The Hobos' Visits LakelandBy
Ir 'King
The LEDGER Wont Ads Coll MU 6.1151 To Piece I I earned run title the last two
Your Ad In This Active Market Place
yean RONNIE STUART Department's current troubles I the newspaper profession. In City. What's more important, he
Ledger Staff Writer (he said he is a personal friend I I his travels, he carries extra managed to do it without a
All services have been of the chief In Jacksonville). penny of the cost coming out of
county Lakeland was visited yesterday clothing and a tattered scrapbook his own pocket. ,
expanded; yet, through extremecare by the worlds best.known I He refused to worry about his,: with news stories of his Cole, publisher of the "Hobo
Cuba
failure to make it to
hobo in a newsboy's delivery News" was quick to point out
and I doings
greater efficiency, wet After all. the twicemarriedfather
Sam H. Cole, who said his which was given to him the difference between a bum
t children has been bag
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+ >: have towered your taxes I fellow hobos have voted him the Washington and a hobo "A bum sits in one
around the world three times I several years ago by
the life-long title of "King ol place looking for a handout
1, and has visited country +
the Hobos;" arrived In Lakeland every"Hawaii": Daily News. and a hobo travels, always
with the of
late Friday night and remained exception Hobo Differ horizons."
Rc-clcct. Bum seeking new
. (he listed it as a country),
w"y most of yesterday before -, China Japan and Korea" Cole who has a lifetime membership Cole is supposed to belong to F
departing on his way to in the U. S. Junior the latter group, but he still
travels
However, his are probably -
New York and the World's Fair.
Although -said that most of his travellingis
the least impressive thing Chamber of Commerce (
Floyd Woods The year-old Cole, who has done rides r
about Cole. Although he attended I'm a little old for their by hitching with y
spent most of his time travel school for only two years group"), once hosted a party motorists. "They are going anyway A
ling since he left his York. Pa. be is full of Information on cur- for delegates to a hobo convention and U they have an extra
i.'t' County Commissioner Countywide Veto home at the age 11, decided to rent affairs and can drop the at the Waldorf in New York seat, I see no reason not to tag
visit the World's Fair after "
.lon,. Cole said
name of a personal acquaintance -
s' x overnment[ officials put a stop (like Herbert Hoover or TIES ESTABLISHED What's next for this 74year.old .
to his plans for a trip to Cub.. Scott Kelly) In practically every' BELGRADE. Yugoslavia CAP) man who describes his OLD KING COLE-fern H.
y i C.e4. .... ."s.hk1 Little Of EverythingThe I sentence. President Tito and Prime travels by saying "I wasted a felt, 74-"' '-''U "Ki! | .( Hit
MY PLEDGE: :.v.,.....* for the <1..4 philosophical Cole has an Among other thing Cole once Minister Eric Williams of hell of lot of money, but riot Hoboi," tttutt with ..wik.| I
f *ll rk\ C.MHty.M and: of the Winter Trinidad.Tobago announced Friday -a good educ.Uon"7He .r.f kin ihuM *t b. s rp....
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I Civic Club Round-Up Bartow Man Killed In Mining OFFER YOUR SERVICES

Regularly In The Business Directory In The LEDGER

.. .... .. Classified Columns. Dial MU 6-1151
-- Accident In Central AmericaBARTOW
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to establish a regularly uper-.- belt sales took place yesterday ,
RAIL TOURS to WORLD'S FAIR
DIXIElAND vised probation department in This was chalrmaned by Jim A Bartow man, and the Florida Engineering Mrs. Audrey Marley; four children -,
UONS 1MI, under which his offi<'e op Dorman of the'Seat Belt Sales, John F. Marley, 45, was reported Society. Miss Donna Marley, Mi' INDIMNDINT or ISCORTIDCONTINENTAL -
crates, administering only to and Casey Hoenlcke, chairmanof killed in a mining accidentin Survivors Include his widow.( ami, Cheryl, Granger and Law-, TRAVELS
CLUB adult citizens, dealing with parole the auto safety check, Managua, Nicaragua on rence Marley; his mother, Mrs' .
.
and probation persons who Wednesday, according to a report SPEECH SCHEDULED 221 S. K.Muckr A Ph. (12-11(1
come under that classification The following men,were elected received here Dr. Myron R. Blee, presidentof Emily Marley, Toronto, and a
Fire Chief C. M. Deal will be as Directors for next year: the Florida Institute for Coninuing brother, Frank L. Marley,
There was a short question Ormond Dees, Marley, a native Canadian .- r seen r r r aw as r sass r
the main speaker at the next and Caaey Hoenlcke. University Studies will Ico City Mex-//
answer period after his talk was working 180 feet underground ,
Ralph (Buddy) Penn, Charles
meeting of the Dixieland Lions in which he speak at the meeting of the Whidden Funeral

7 Club p.m.at Tuesday.the Crest Restaurant at office is concerned emphasized about that the his Schulthies.Strain, Gene Engle, and Bob with carbon when he monoxide was overcome poisoning the Florida American West Coast Institute Chapter of Industrial of Bartow arrangements is In charge and will of announce funeral I Yes 1 want' to know
supervision and rehabilitation from
of, a gasoline engine.
Deal'i topic will be fire safety all who have been Election of officers for the Engineers tomorrow services at a later date. The I
in multistory buildings. A the courts and that at charged this time by II next year will take place at 7 employed The Bartow In Polk man County had In been the'night. The meeting will beginat body of the victim has not yet : more about travel to
film about the Jacksonville hotel the result has been 80 p.m. April 21 at the Crest Res 6 p.m. In the Terrace Roomof arrived in Florida
per cent phosphate mining Industry and I
taurant. the St. Petersburg Yacht --------
fire will be shown successful for parolees and 90 Announced had gone to Nicaragua on March Club. The program Is scheduled -----1 the NEW YORK
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candidates
will also per cent for those rehabilitated. are:
The meeting kick-off 1 examine
to a golc" mine for a at 1:15: after a '
the club's annual light bulb sale During the President Walt Walters and : tedinantt:1: I II
meeting, thn club;Gene Engle first vice Chicago investment firm. He 7:15: at the i WORKIs
Proceeds go into the Sight Con approved the election of delegates Woodie Guy;, Penn president, had spent some 15 years in Plnellas County Center, Marl-, I
Ralph and
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servation Fund which is used to to Kiwanis International Charles Strain Central America, off and on, time Base. Reservations maybe I WORLD'SFAIR
buy eye glasses for needy per at San Francisco, June 2ft until president, Casey; second Hoenlcke vice in silver and gold mining. made with Don McCraney in the enemy of weekend I II
sons in the Lakeland area. July 2. They Include John R. ;
Marley was in the Royal Ca- Bartow. Let
treasurer Bud Chestnut. Nominations _ ___ pleasure. our expert I
I Wright delegate --
with
ChesterW
nadian Navy In the North Atlantic -
will be opened again at ceiling applicators install a
CITRUS , McDonald and Thomas W. the during World War II. He I
CENTER Hood, alternates. next meeting. moved here from Balmat, N. Y. HEMORRHOIDSFissures new Armstrong ceiling for I
At the last board of directors do it in less viaI
They can
11 years ago. I you I :
KIWANIS meeting Ralph Penn was appointed Fistulas and
JUNIOR chairman of the Jay- He was a member of the than a day. Choose from
CLUI CHAMBER I cee's softball team. The Jay- American Institute of Mining''' other Rectal Diseases more than a dozen smart I I

OF ceea will participate In the city and Metallurgical Engineers, successfully NON-SURGICAL treated by ceiling designs. Call us fora I

Forrest Ware of the Florida COMMERCEDr. league. | methods. free estimate. No obliga = ""'--- u ..,..._" I Ii
FUh( & Game Commission was There .Is a state convention at tion.
the main speaker at the last Cocoa Beach May 14-17 and the NO LOSS OF TIME
meeting of the Citrus Center Fred Lenfestey, presidentof Lakeland Jaycees plan to havea McGinnes LumberCo. Famous
Kiwanis. He talked about Flor Polk County Junior College, hospitality room to inform am DR. EARLE RABB i
ida fish management. lave a speech at the Junior conventloners of the Lakeland CLINIC. N.D. '
Three folk singers from Flor Chamber of Commerce's last Jaycees upcomlnj..ummer con Pft CV I-4110 Winter Mo.... (00 W. Moln St. Champion Trains !
ida Southern College will entertain meeting April 7. ference. Ph. MU .1141 I
Auto v1 r1- ear or ana/.a/
the club at its next meeting safety check and seat I IF'OR. It Round-Trip Including Reserved $6905 1
at 1:15: p.m. Thursday in I Seat as Low as
the Gold Cup Restaurant. A English Teachers I
board meeting will also be held per adult 'I
that night. Principals To Be t I (Summer verse tffictivt May 1)

Also Package Plan Tours which include hotel I
Feted By CollegeFlorida i accommodations for three nights (double occupancy -
DOWNTOWN ) plus two admissions to the World'
LIONS Southern College's an. Fair. (Add transportation.)

ewe nual senior dinner high I for school Polk English County Package Plan Tours '$* > 00 i iI

teachers and principals will beheld ?* I as Low is OJLm

Main speaker for the last at ( p.m. Thursday in the per adult I

meeting of the Downtown Lions( private commons.dining room of the college I Ask about optional sightseeing trips, Broadway

Club was Don Brewer, presidentof ILICTWallace shows, stopovers en route Which may be In I
the OK Tire Co., Denver, Members of the college's English I eluded I
Colo, who spoke on "The Merits department faculty will be I. Storey
of the Free Enterprise Sys I hosts at the dinner. Dr. Paschal Special Rates for groups of 25 or more. Chil I
tem." Reeves, head of the department, STATI RIPRISINTATIVE I dren's rates upon application.
Priscilla Allen I orthcptlst. will preside. Far Information and rtttrvoflans calf MU 2-0762 er I
will speak to the club .t its The speaker will be Dr. William folk County Group 3 I miff coupon:
next regular meeting on eye R. Linneman, who will dis. H.w:
muscles. cues "The New English Gram- Atlantic Coast Line Railroad I
mar." I ACL Passenger Station

Dr. Linneman has taught English Lakeland, FloridaI
LAICElAND at Florida Southern since I I am Interested In going to the World's Fair, leaving
KIWANIS 1960. He is a graduate of Park (date) for ________ days.

CLUB College in Illinois, and holds the I Please give me the cost for adults ______
M.A. and Ph.D. degrees from children under 12, to occupy ( ) one ( ) two hotel l
the University of Illinois. rooms I

William Ruster, supervisor of I I am also Interested In the following! optional extras *
the district office of the raroleand NEW PLEDGE I

Probation Board In Btrtow, LARAMIE, Wyo. Diane I I Name _
was the main speaker at the Robles, of Lakeland, la a new Add'r'I'City I
last meeting of the Lakeland pledge of the Alpha Chi Omega
Kiwanis Club. sorority this semester at the _TRONG..EXPERI .NCE IEIQRE.It'N'tAi'IQM I State _ ___Zlp Cod ____
Ruster spoke on "Salvage by University of Wyoming. The sororities "Thanks for Using Coast Line" ,
Rehabilitation" and explainedthat pledged new members 1
Florida was the first state during the past week. - rra.er.- -
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>B LAKELAND LEDGER, Sunday, AprC 12, 1J84 Violence
!Several Injured As

Free Boat Inspection Being Offered Today In Winter Haven I I

;WINTER HAVEN-Free cour iday) by U S. Coast Guard Aux. A team of Inspector-examiners The service is Inauguratedhere I All Coast Guard Auxiliary Inspectors .!Erupts In South Los Angeles
I tesy boat Inspections for area I jiliary I Flotilla 45? said Cmdr,, will be at the public boat ramp, and other examinations I are especially qualified .
residents.will be conducted (Sun I I Alexander: Warren III. Lake aCnnon Park, on W Lake will be announced. and tested In their field under high Involved."
LOS ANGELES (AP-Hurl. drunk from a
; .. Lake Cannon Park, on W Lake Tre service is free to pleasure i auspices of the Seventh Coast and ing to eject a Friday night Some Negro leaders have
bricks ol
Ing bottles taunts school track meet
.. IRE-EtECT: ;. The type of examination has boat owners to promote wider Guard District derision, mobs Friday night and when scores of youngsters, crying blamed previous such Incidentson
with Boats the will be conditions In
the boat
motor t passing exam
before been on an Individual compliance overcrowded
t :SHELLEY; BOONESchool : basis, but now inspector-exam and safe boat laws and to be issued a decal for the windshield Saturday attacked police in out- "Take him away, tried to the south.central area and on
100
bursts of violence on Los An- free the prisoner. It took police .
I iners will be In a program sure the boat equipment follows Sheriff Brknnen and the geles' teeming South Side many wielding shotguns, to residents' reaction to brutality
be stationed at regulations. area supervisor for the Game charge police have de-
J ',Superintendent whereby they'll The Incidents occurred: as a restore order. police-a
Advice and general safety and Fresh Water Fish Commls
... _, ... the busiest boat ramps through I regulations 1 huge force of sheriff vice off Early Saturday a bus and a nled.
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.. u. Iii. ;iIh..w i ieN ll be sloe raid came
also
.. will given are cooperating vice
I t..t e.mm t... e"... "_ _.u. he county designated. dates -'I cers were raiding a nearby section car collided nearby and 250 people The sheriff church at
invest! after the pastor of a
where citizens had called a gathered as police
I mass meeting to discuss law- gated Then-perhaps as an aftermath 68th Street and Central Avenue
,lessness they said was out of of the earlier incident- complained that criminals and
'hand members of the crowd began prostitutes had been trying to
TIRE SALE | In the mob violence two officers -'hurling rocks, beer bottles and by police-a charge polcie have
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: I were injured, four police'I'chunks of concrete at the officers denied.
from entering
vehicles damaged and six per Reinforcements again prevent parishioners
i sons arrested. scattered the mob. I: his church for Sunday
0 j I Vice raiders arrested 110 per Robert Houghton, deputy p0- services.
; ,sons on charges ranging from lice chief for Los Angeles\ said
10 BIG DAYS-APRIL 8-18 narcotics to armed robbery that neither of the Incidents. DELEGATE TO MEET
Arrest AttemptedThe seemed to have racial overtones
I action took place in the ; Dr Ben H. McConnell, director -

BUY 2 SAVE ADDITIONAL 10% OFF SALE PRICE 'overcrowded south of Los sector Angeles running along 'Its"More more A a rebellion Rebellion"against of Southern medical College services, is at a florIda dele
Central Avenue, the overwhelmingly authority," he said "We don't gate to the 42nd annual meeting
Negro district integration know what causes these things. of the American College Health
'leaders call "the black ghetto There seems to be no pattern Association, April 13-18 In Denver

1_Police_officers..were attempt. .(I'however, and,no organization Is... Col. -. '"

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Nurses' LAKELAND LEDGER Sunday, April 12, 1114B


fttN t D. E 'D iiw.iii Sets SeminarOn Group New Haven EmploymentOffice TEFLON


REPOjt,THERE ::1' is N E A: 'E1.t EtQJ: GerontologyDistrict Sets DedicationWINTER CREASELESS FRY-PAH

> APRIL ;.It: ; :"M"f f No. 12 of the Florida : Cuts Down Calories

lr". .....ljI>$I. .. Nurses' Association will conducta HAVEN Winter'building has been attnlned. c:..,,. wtrkoot ..... grooM orbwttor.
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seminar on gerontology at the Service will George M. Simmons, manager von. Dofochoblo Wirn BIO of .....
-nts X44 Lakeland Federal Savings and ployment building of the Winter Haven state i .
+ be dedicated on April IS. + LIFE TIMI GUARANTEE
onlily In Loan Association building, 120 A number of state, city and employment tremendous growth office,of said the the He.., duty tl...\..... ,.. a..ad
E. Pine St., on Tuesday.For popu- wkb Dv,wt..fIea. tVi IwI. '"
, county officials will participateIn lation, business, and IndustryIn ... .UI -
the convenience of all registered the ceremony. Polk County during the last $299

de.me I nurses, the morning ses. State Industrial Commission ten years created an imperative -!
r ; I stop is scheduled from 9:30: Chairman Worley Brown will need for the new $77,000 GREASELESS SKILLET
i at a.m. to 12:30 p.m., and an eve make the dedicatory address building. lly !.*>., 4 .liM with .UK colon
nuemd ll. ..r ning session Is scheduled from Robert F. Wagner, State Employment Cost Under Estimate I JII"'" wW IM. =k OMrMhM ml .* "T to* l MiMavt -

6:30: p.m. to 930.: Service area supervisor Simmons said that the cost'I .! .Mir HMV* .. wrl ft.w* .
Miss Betty Gardiner will serve as master of .... .
to i' directorof I '' f!" :t; < "'( II Imk.l
underthe
S7.COO original'
health education, Pinellas ceremonies of the program was IMS $399FLIPOVER
ive : "! >f '
budgetary estimate. The contractor I II SV"
1 County Health Department will scheduled for 11 o'clock Saturday .
discuss the Florida Council of morning. was the Ralph Kochin SPATULA
en- the Aging at the I Construction Company of Win NyltM ,r***.ft s..hwC...
morning session Florida Stone Used
lay ter Haven, NN k M. eistfrww. Q0
and George E. Beau $1
x The Invocation will be : : :
champ, Ph.D., of the University given All the latest equipment for _ _ _ . ,
Dr. L.
by Albert Carnett,
i < nw < of Tampa, will cover the same pastorof heat, light, sun and sound con.'
topic In the evening. the Winter Haven First Baptist trol have been Included in the LINDE INDUSTRIES, INC., Dept. LL.s

Dr. Tutt Long, thoracic and Church. structure. I IM7 N. DIXIf, SOX M,,, Will PALM MACM. ROaiDA
.. Completed last September,
c' .e t.'x. cardiovascular of the The public Is urged to visit
,, surgeon the new modern 6,700 foot Em-
or. ., .
'i:4: 'r 111 '* NAMe ., .
Watson Clinic
le. ..t will discuss the ployment Service building features the new building during three r - -
ng ;, 'f"\i'1o, aging at both the morning and Florida materials. Florida open house periods on Saturday.' ADDRESS ,--.____
It"en. evening sessions.Responsibility native stone was used for the They are from 9 to 10 a.m.; 4 hyn .H" Q Skill tr piv ,

of the community exterior. to 9 p.m.; and 7 to 9 p.m. Ho C.0.0.'. pa.... AM as Coutt Ho..dli">t for loth. .ho*.
I F. : <4 MEETING SIT to the aged will be present. Winter Haven architect B. T. In addition, the Advisory!I
Sp.cl.l .
contr.buho.i end she h.l", .1 the m "...m.nt .! M4 by Mol Onlor Only
.., ed by Dr. James Cason, director Jones said, "We feel that Council of the Commission will
h.rt cnobltd .. our
the Uiti Fund of Gr.. .r LtktUnd, *. pln to hold l l Ifi fin.l ce np.l lt. ,
and ... of the Polk County Health objective to build a modern, meet at the Haven Hotel at >
recognition at. Th Mon. .,
Gtniril
lu" tr Htrb Roller, right, point out ,. M,. Department, at both sessions'I I
.*. Mtrqun P.ck.rd that "intak . ,. functional, and beautiful public o'clock Saturday morning.
,* "! .i. will bo thown. Ilk. .'h., invltoJ, th. ..rte ----- -
ere fund ..Iu,,'.., ..oke... Fund. cHlcloli toy that ..",11110" of volynroori ..iu.tb.llmitsd
woklnt prior r.(.rvarioni with the Unirod furd! effw.
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still remains to be completed '
in the United Fund drive '

f; < T. ::4 I!! since which Feb.has been 18, but underway campaign here officials .

il -i say that it must be com-
( "VE.: pleted by April 21. On that date
". ..P _.. .;$;,Pl I : : .. the Fund will hold Its final

report and recognition meeting
RTOW-Well. it has hap- best possible location for the and the 1964 campaign will be .
The unsettled contro- college. over. The fund Is now operating $1 OFF SPECTATORS ION

>r!y over the permanent 10.ebtion Barker, who challenged the in an extended time periodin
for the Polk Junior Col. an effort to reach its goal of JUIILII PATENTS
board to "get It decided," told $231.000. On men's famous name brand LADIES' FAMOUS e WHITI PATENTS .
fJlH t) has made Its Into
way i
members that If they shouldgo At I
NAME BRAND WHITI LEATHERS At
May S primary election. out !in the county and talkto According to campaign chaIr. DRESS and ,
B'la}1 had been felt that the the residents, "You will man Jerard A. Kent almost all, DRESS SHOES IONES PASTELS
of the fund's eight divisions still WORK SHOES OVER ItSTYLES
I of
question where to construct find that they are fed up"with TO
have "clean work"
:'tb',1unlor college might playa the way the whole situation up to com, CHOOSEPROM 'E a'
,
plete. Kent reported that cardiare $J99 $ 99 AND
eole In school board races. has been handled. AND 6 ,
still not accounted for in
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l"pt'until Tuesday night, the Barker also reminded board these divisions; UP UP
matter had not been mention.
; members elected
"ed by the candidates involvedIn they are. on Government, Professional, e OXFORDS LOAFERS V.!." ALL
the two contested. races for a countywide vote.SECRETARY Commerce and Industry, General 2-3-4 IYI TIES a WING TIPS Up t. ''/ HEEL
I ,;school board seats Business I, Women's Division e MOC TOTS a PLAIN TOES $21.99li.mpl. id i HEIGHTS
'Ilt...remained for School and Select Potential. The total IXAMPLI $699 .nd gip e'
Board Chairman Austin T. of State Tom dollar value of unreported cardsIs $6.99 L.M $1.00 SIZES
Adams reports Charles Curtisof more than $20,000. I up :: 4 to 10
| *Race Jr. to take the lid off
Less $1.00 P.r'S99.
,the. .whole issue. "I think Its Bartow has not notified his Kent says that he Is appealing .AAA.AAAAAAAB
office of the announcement of to every volunteer in an effort Sises
I n e for all school board memo You end
,And opponents to take a Curtis' withdrawal from the to get the necessary operating 4 to 10 $5 99 IDTHSMEN'S
d" state senate race, and that funds for the 17 agencies that Pay up
on the site question,
Curtis' name will remain on participate financially.
t\ said during Tuesday
M' Democratic rally at the ballot for the May S pri 6" HIGH TOP MEN'SENGINEER ,

either proof.Race's opponent for mary.Technically, It still will be Florida Southern JEAN P

'{District 4 seal, R. .!... possible for Curtis to be elect-: WORK SHOE -
baugh, nor Mrs. Dora? "*d although he .. announced. Citrus 'Club Sets COMBAT BOOTS

Phillips and Seth McKeel, his withdrawal because of illness GOODYEAR WELT ..._
re seeking the District 1 in his family.Curtis' Dinner FridayThe CORK SOLES $ 88 I.,. OOO '
$
Values' to Sia't
i ',hew officially brought charges against his 3 up
alter up In their cam- opponent, Rep. Ben Hill Griffin Citrus Club of Florida SIZES 5.95 $14.95 IS. 12 .
speeches. < were about the only fireworks Southern College will hold Its 6 TO 12 Value
i even opined that "Un- created thus far in the annual dinner meeting for students -
Cooperation Is evidenced election, Even after he announced faculty and alumni ate,
[noa by your school board with his withdrawal Tues 7:30: p.m. Friday at the college

IttM State Department of Education day night, Curtis stayed at commons. I 100 Off Children's Shoes
I ,; Polk may not receive ,the speakers' stand long The guest speaker will be I on
|funds to start construction of enough to throw a couple Willard M. Fifield of Gainesville -
:eaarJ new junior college until more Jabs at Griffin. I secretary-manager of the, FAMOUS NAME BRANDS

1961..1: ..... -'- ..... Florida Agricultural Research 99 and Values to s9'95 a pair
. JIll' JIll' 'JII" Institute. j $3 l Si,.., l I..,."..' 2Us-.; Child,.,,', 6'/z-1 $299II. ad
r NOTE THIS conversation A longtime member of the' Up Girir .". Boyi up

WEDNESDAY'S school overheard last Tuesday after. faculty of the University of I LESS $1.00 YOU PAY. .
Lftoard action requesting a "re- noon in the school board office Florida, Flfleld was provost for
[view or resurvey" of three : agriculture at the time of his
itas.completely blocked an Visitor to the office "At retirement In 1962. He Is presi- MEN'SCONTINENTAL LADIES' AND TEAS'j.

ittempt to put board mem- 2:30. Scott Kelly is going to dent of-the Florida Horticultural .
ers on record as accepting or speak 0 nth e courthouse Society, and several years ago LOAFERS CANVAS CASUALS
rejecting a team's steps" he was named "Man of the
[ survey
F recommendation that the col.ieee Employe In the office Year in Florida Agriculture"by j. & CASUALS 2 Pair
be located on Winter Ha "That's an unusual subject for Progressive Farmer Maga $157 For $3.00

n's golf course someone to speak on during zine. t+, Sites 6-12 $400
t Board member Ralph Dur- an election campaign." John R. Newbold Jr., a senior trWi.
then from Crescent is Black or Brown B Pr.
of Fort Meade, who Visitor "Yes but City presidentof .. .
1 his motion calling for ac- again, you have to realize that Florida Southern' Citrus .a'
flee of the Winter Haven It's pretty oncrete" Club, composed of citrus I major.I Values to $16.95 Sizes 4 to 10

i fail to come to a vote bee llii ...wrmaaew --
of a "substitute mo-
t" told three board mem- LADIES' & TEENS'FLATS
"All it takes to reject p ,
site is a little nerve"
I Race previously had ac- 44
[ Phillips and Boardemhers $344
Wendell Watson and 2 Pair 2 Pair

!L, C. (Gene) Head of not Pr, For $4.50 I For $6.50 i :
[wanting to go on record as
ejecting) the Winter Haven .
Values SPRING

Sizes to 6.95 pair STYLES '
* '
4 to 10 AND COLORS
XI-T EACH of the last two

rd meetings, member.
eve been indirectly accused a 6 MEN'S NEOPRENE $ E00 MEN'S GENUINE NAVY LAST I'
to the wishes
not adhering
the majority of the people ""'S.S..[{W COMPOSITION IONS WIAII.OLf.. $400
OXFORDS OXFORDS {L CK UAL. I
Polk County. Sou .6. .waT Vol. t. SUM 1 CAL.a-..'s si .

|The latest citizen to speak NEW! PRESTO 'STAIN-LESS' CAST ALUMINUM 195 7.95
; against board's actions on


(here rker Junior,city who college officials lives in was still Bartow Mike con- ]i PRESSURE COOKERCooks LADIES'. DRESS HEELS ANNIVERSARY SPECIALSSPRING

der their Air Base as the
STYLES AND COLORS
3 to 10 times fasterlBetter
ALL HEEL HEIGHTS

ater District too! Even inexpensive meats become tender TURTLENECKS 77 ,
and delicious. You save money and serve healthier/ 2 Pain
Will meals. Foods retain natural I flavors,vitamins, minerals. )88 - I
rector $700 ;
t New stain-resistant alloy keeps new look longer-' HOUSE SLIPPERS 77
will not warpl!

Ik Thursday New lightness for easier handling, faster cooking./ Values to $8.95 pr. LADIES' & TEENS'

'1 Sale Southwest Twachtmann.Florida director Water lore I maintains Exclusive Pressure correct temperature.Regulator SIZES 4 to 10 AA-B WIDTHS I TENNIS OXFORDS 129 K'i:

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nagement District, will be) Automatic air vent. 956 88 f _
$A1I MEN'S
speaker at the monthly I Handy Menu Guide on handle. 4-Qe. $00 $30u.s.
ting of Florida West Coast'nch j' Limited Quantity'TLU19milemCm1es WORK OXFORDS
of the American So- Pr.
1 of Civil Engineers Thur.y .

evening.wachtmaM.
will discuss thetrict's '

the control objectives of and all major plans

ama and area.rivers In the man.ement "Qualify MercnanoVie, of D/ic/ .tmf Prices" ai *iTllq41INL4M'1jii'

he meeting to be held In St.1 LAKELAND -

tersburg at the Outrigger) 1102 E. Mimorlal Blvd. Phone MU .511S

n. will open with cocktails' at,I MON.-THURS.-FRI. . 9 TO 9 HWY 92 ACROSS PLANT CITY MONUFRII 10:30 A.M.SAL P.M. I,
0, and dinner at 7:30: with' TUES.-WED.-SAT, . 9 TO 6 FROM PLANT CITY HIGH SCHOOL 9:30-9 99ave \
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(ndi H'' Law LIst C. I HI.f Low Lust C.

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Cent
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.itRltlt 111 17'0. 1'1 economy I materialied.

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2 It 44* 45''. 44* + I.. PI4UNlnM 113 104'* 101 101 4', railroad strike threat. halted humming automobile as

wiiKLr uniThliWNk ki'tt' Ne InlSMv pll.71 ., 3t'l' 2904 It'i-' p<4 10 1.0 1 I I -+ I I IC I The threatened walkout was sembly lines, shut down coal
Inl TIT 1 7M St't 57'* 5t + 2', SimoN *l3tONlnM > 1 1
ThliWMK indi) Hlh LOW LIsP CI'SCoo540 '. PI3MNlnM 7u's4 16 postponed IS days in a dramatic mines, crippled some major
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Stocks tttOOO 714,000Indvl IAf-WH'1 Work's NI' 40* 41 I't MInDS 47 44'4' 1 NoW .6 X4 I2Httt 'I"+ "In' Strike Triggered Crisis
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sails 12 tl 1271 1271031nd .. 0,.o Oil .
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WHAT TMI nOCK DID : 14.9 00.5009 .... . : O2'4.': 5014 50'S : I t 41 41. 47's J..L 11 '.'. ".. '.. N.lon I < .SherWm pi 4 1900 1' tt'* "',. 1
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TIM : --- . : 71510 .Ave tl 71'. "'. 25' i+ 2't' I .2" 10 "+ ,._'o 2. M. 37'* 31'*+ *1 lltnadtl M I 94"l 14'4 24'- I. The business and finance

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1.11 1571 425 44% 57 57Oa- 4' 75 IM''* 107'* 10''*- Jt 2t 2t + 5Imd..7 II 21'U was jolted by two
war* *. ** ( .) Hills 0.0. Ln' CIIo.AnCSoPiO ( I HI.n LOW ChI. I 1. I 3 I
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12'1 lbS' ( 37 SO at's "'* Sinclair' 44'* 45'
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"hoDo 3' 2 105 I KC PL PflM 19 II Ed ., 170 tl tl* 5OsCO 1 171 "' 45 + I'. against eight leading steel companies -
Clew lows. 41 314W4kly 351 35054 0.Aol. CS'SMuSIC ... 'I" II 5'CCI .- Fln' pf 5 IM iso 101 + I 1.2 I on ImlhD '
1 13 .,11.1 3. .0'. 2 40'4+ I'. A NW.st I 44'' 5 '.' oCI'I&NW PIS!. I 4t 41 t 41'VVk' I KClln.5 42045,5 Oh Ed PI440 1410 t7 tl'4 I7V4Oh + 04, 113 M 45* 44'I", and a clampdown by
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AOmCA I 524 I 525 I 52304 IAOmCO : I 20'S04 O"GI .York Stock Exchange.
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I Stocks ..... . jmRul < ClI I' 1'' 2 34'4 IS'' I. Ill 34'4 11'* 34'*+ 1
jlmeko t oslO 10'o ,+ 161 '4 91* t"* I K.I..H. 15 J .OlnM." I 20 lIla 47't 47'-1 1.
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+
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NEW YORK (SAP tlinur and PttltWnkiy Add 20 ,lAS 39 3m'S: 3m'sSo,! 'I S 7314 545 I ICnGI dGMk el 1 11 11 13. I 31 11. II II 94K.ACL 47* 44 44'OulB :*- 1.11 1. 11' II 31 _
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The
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I IPawNtl I ,1447 71'* It'* I 1.10 105 34 33t 12 I, Ii's 2' ll'k I7<* Ii'sSs 9 It lait dividend metln r 'Declared or

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ACInI Mm 70 4' 4AenI ', 04 I Alco .. 7' '_ stead
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About noon on this major dragline move. To of Highway 60 and the other- power transmission lines rang-!ered and replaced. Both drg south of Highway 60 and go
4 Tuesday, the Davison Chemical get the enormous machines Into(I North, there Is also Involvedthe ing from 69,000 volts to 230,000 lines must also cross the Sea,through a Western about M Union circuits pole: I
line carrying
Division of W, R. Grace & Co. their new locations one South crossing of eight major volts; all of.which must be low board Airline Railway tracks
The
will be making an unprecedented
move of monster draglines when
two of the huge earth-moving
Stars machines one after another
will cross a major traffic arteryin
the course of moving to new 9 MAT C R.
locations. presents another opportunity

Impel State Road 60, the 4-lane divided -
highway which is a pri- to purchase furniture at smashing low prices. Yes, it's that
t anon mary link in the state's high-

By Carroll (tighter and way West system coast between will be the crossed East time of year when we must take inventory. We would like

tow about by five two miles of the west huge of phosphate Bar- to say everything must go Go GO!

mining machines. One
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traveling South Is a Bucyrus-
SUNDAY APRIL 12, 1964 February 19) You can follow Erie Model 770-B, a 21 cubic
I ARIES (March 21 to April through with high minded yard capacity machine weighing SALE
19)) Follow through with ideas, ideas formulated at churchor about two million pounds PRE-INVENTORY
since you are thinking very after serious study. Have while the other, traveling North,
clearly now and much successis Is a Bucyrus-Erie Model 9-W;
long talks with key
possible for you. Take care personsin a 10 cubic yard,capacity weighing -
I life. Correlate ideas,
your
you do not overdo. Relax and about million pounds.To .

'I l be TAURUS sociable (In April the 20 evening.to May plans PISCES (February 20 to tram,prevent a graded interruption black-topped of OPEN EVERY NIGHT until 9 P.M. Except Sat. I

20) You can quietly gamer March 20) Raising conscious by-pus, complete with electric
j the data you need on this ness toward having far greater flashers and other signalling devices -
: free day without upsetting income in the future is best to control traffic has been MATTRESS
I close ties. Make daily existence way to spend AM. Then havea built by Davison. CHOICE for Newlyweds BOX NGnSd I
talk with influential
an per
"z more beautiful, satisfy I Earth RampTo
... ing. Set wheels into motion son. Listen to ideas given NOW
with enthusiasm.of prevent damage to the 4-pe. Sectional, nylon cover, foam cushions ..............,.,.....$149.00 Twin 2495 t
earth will be or
now.GEMINI those highway an ramp
.J 21) Make it(a May point 21 to to get June out can amazing almost read youngsterswho others' pushed in place by bulldozers S-pc. LIIIII Room Group, Vinalle plastic elms ................$ 99.95 Full Each I
; with powerful individuals now thoughts and therefore for the crossovers This ramp Traditional Sofa, foam rubber cushions, "I. $219.00 ..,..,$129.00 ,

i and find your rightful niche in should be given the advantageof which cubic yards will contain of earth about, will 13,000 be French Pro,. Sofa Bed 11 Chair, R.g. $249.00 ..................$149.00
fine education
'I the scheme have of things Show. sible.as The an success here as pos can 100 feet wide at the base; 80 Italian Prove Sofa Bad S. Chair, RII $249 .....,..................$149.00 Famous Make

,, you favors poise.graciously.Accept personal be enormous, provided you feet wide at the top and 13 feet 7.c. DIIII", table end 6 chairs ....,..,...........................,$ 69.95
f MOON CHILDREN (June early teach not to jump from deep across the entire area of 3-pc. Bedroom, dresser, chest, ..d. alg. $229.00 ........,.....$139.95 Hid.A.Way Sleeper
the
22 to July 21) It is up to you one interest to the other, that highway.
to live the Golden Rule now specialization is the key to Crossing the state highway Is +1'. 14995 o
so that others quickly follow sure success. only one problem Involved inHearing 199,95:
your example. Be sure to get
to church. Then off to meet
ing places with influential individuals 7 to 9 P. M. pflcio.LL..
Early American '
LEO (July 22 to August 21) AidCounselor
Get out of that dull routine Maple finish, Patch Back Rocker . . . . . . $29.95 or -
now and find new outlets. Interesting French Provincial
personalities. Raise Modern Danish Recliner, reg. 99.95 . . . now $59.95
your level of consciousness .
considerably. Development is Sofa and Chair

quite easy for you at this

: time.VIRGO (August 22 to Sep CHOICE for Older Weds Foam Rubber cushions$179
tember 22) Simply follow your Extra Arm .
hunches and you will do and To Hold Free Grand Opening Hearing Aid NOW
say whatever is right to mate
l. or other 'persons about. You ConsultationTue. Comfortable RockerReg.. $69.96 . . . . .$ 49.95
reach far better understand & Wed. April 14-15, 1964 No Reasonable
.f ing. Give attention to details. 9 A.M..4 P.M. Simmons Beautyrest mattress . . . . . . .$ 79.95 Offer Refused On
LIBRA (September 23 to
October 22)) Many things 207 E. Lemon St. Lakelandlolrono 1 set Sealy Posturpedic, as is . . . . . . .$119.95

break friends.into Do the nothing open with and close then French Provo bedroom, suite . . . . . . .$149.95 CHAIRS

come partners.to real Long understandingwith talks are they li pleeied hove secured to assessesthat eta Solid Maple ,dining ,room suite . . . . . . .$449.95 M04.

productive of fine results. lorvicot of M,. Donald Souls, R Solid Cherry dining room suite . . . . . . .$409.95 Early' Arnsrkaa 1495
SCORPIO (October 23 to factory trained coniultont heear Prorinc.I(

November 21) Show Interestin special ell day hearing aid French Prov dining room suite . . . . . . .$449,95 Traditional' up
the affairs of those who ceriiultation. If yen heveheerlna a
I serve you regularly and bet problem, Mr. Souls
of assistance now. Attend Invltet you t. coma In far a FRESH BATTERIES
1 "\ church of your choice. Plan fraa electronic hearing tart, ONE-HALF PRICE
"'new week thoroughly so that and demonstration cf else BaU "IVfiere It Costs So Little To Own Beautiful Furniture"FREE
1 much more Is accomplished. tone Hearlno. +.... No obll- If you era hooting old, mar
and coma In during our ipa }
SAGITTARIUS (November
lotion.Don't. t
clot hearing aid coniultatlon
22 to December 21) You are for fraa demantrration, you
i highly talented and this is a my purchase let of bat-
good day to Impress right term' et f- '. Limit' ana
mitt thli opportunityHere .ho
people favorably. Then big tat to customer. If youcan't u
benefits follow. Get Into it your chance to coma In, call office for ;
try the nwett end finest horse appointment. No ebli-
amusements that are truly MATHER
attos
relaxing in PM.CAPRICORN Stltone Mooring Aids If
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(December 22 you hentote to me 0 beer
to January 20) It would be ing aid for ray of being' '
wise to let close ties in on stand of, this latent light PARKING
your plans for the future since weight, comfortable, eU HEARING SERVICI OF LAKELAND
they can give loyal support. tractive modal may be the Ray Barwald Distributor PHONE
IF YOUR CHILD IS BORN answer to your prayan. 207 E.Li4St. MU 2.6131 '
820 N. Mass.
Ph. Ave.i
TODAY he or she will be one .

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she has enough speed to skim above the created a man-sized thirst in three-year-old
ground She is eight years old and the daughter LAKELAND LEDGER Sunday, AprU 12, 194 1,(: Carlie Gough, son of Mr and Mrs. Carl t
of Mr. and Mrs J. P. Mannaro, 3015 Gaugh Jr., 1005 W. Canal Dr. He stretches
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((EDITOR'S NOTE The following By ABIGAIL VAN BUREN nan, You gave him a bar of what an amazing variety of, sery You push a button and booklet I available entitled Into a private world of their we wanted most of our chil-
Is lbs text of a talk There was I time, and if Cuticura soap, told him to things disturb and perplex the cradle rocks itself "How W Tell Your Child You own In 20 minutes. dren was to amount to something
delivered by Abigail Van you are over 40 you will remember keep his face clean, and prayed them! I must get about 100 It a ho secret that In the Wise guys lay small wonderour What Is this myth 'hap.pinesl'
Divorce? It
Buren, who writes the Dear when teen agers for the best letters: every week that sound typical modern American Are Getting a kids multiply before they that has bamboozledso
ibby column that appears were known limply as adolosrenis Why, since World War If. exactly like this one: home mamma wears the contains all the well worn can add rwo-andtwo. many of us? And What is
gaily lit The Ledger, at the They were then, as has so much attention been pants. Mamma makes the decisions phrases Honey, daddy and I Then there is this happiness this idiotic thing 'fun' whichso
Letters

Perplexing
ftnnual symposium prevented they are now, sensitive, mercurial focused on the teen ager? passes out the privileges just fell out of love We still kick Many parents are over- many chase after? Where
fcfy Continuing Education In and selr "Dear Abby: people once used to say,
on clous. Dut While his parents are trying and Impressed with the Importanceof
Medicine and Health Sciences the adolescent Inspired no desperately to guide him, society I am a girl of 14 who is lays on the punish LIKE each other, but we no keeping their youngsterswere "Good-bye," they now say,
it the University of California very much in love with a buy ments. Papa may pay the bills, longer LOVE each other I 'Have fun.'
headlines, no Individual advertising ) is attempting to "understand" but he is lucky enough to be sent
School of Medicine, San Iran- campaigns, no special him and the cop on 15 When 1 see him in the Ing figure no of longer the tower- know you are a little too away to college were told, "Where was it ever promised
slsco! ) legislation and no semiIt's the beat Is trying to "control" halls at school I say 'hi' and authority young to understand now, but "Work your head off, kid, and that life on this earth can
M _. -- -- him. then he says 'hi/,' but if I So, in recent years, the kids you will when you grow up." make the most of this opportunity ever be easy, free from conflict -
We speak of teen- as don't say 'hi' he never says have seen lesa and less of papa And that, I presume is supposed to get an education" uncertainty and pain?
r agen ''hi. Who should say 'hi' But I have worse news. to explain satisfactorily who seek the folly of
Those
though they were bananas, or Teen- today are "dif
j v nJ I JI a collection of look-ahkes, first?" dies In more recent years the kid why daddy doesn't live here ferent"egen from adolescents of unrelieved happiness, and do

un ; 11. freshly turned out of a dupli Then from Asheville, N.C., less of are beginning to see even any more yesterday Why? The problems not know the dignity of occasional
mamma She Is either
eating machine. Conformists come a letter from a girl of Happy Children that our teen.agers face depression, can find
IS whose hl-jinks made Christine holding down a full time job bliss easily enough In tranquil-
though they about
are
I e. some. Keeler look like Rebeccaof outside the home or she's absorbed Of course not all mothersare are different. or in senility
Wtt<< things, the (>plcal' teenager in either absent from the izlng pills
; is not to be found, because Sunnybrook Firm. And in bridge, golfing, playing home or too busy with their College CompetitionA "The purpose of life !ia not
crusading for
the same batch of mail some about all
there Is no such creature was own romantic problems to generation ago to be happy. The purpose of
n cause,
A a frantic query from an 18- or socializing. counsel their teenage chil, the average high school grad life Is to matter. To be productive -
A It seems odd that we must year-old in North Platte, Neb., Consequently, we now have dren. There is another of uate needed In order to go to to have It'make some
N constantly remind ourselves asking if a girl could get a generation of guilty parents modern mother who has type con- college was the money-and difference that you lived at
that teen'agers are people pregnant from kissing with who are substituting material tributed to the he could pick his college. Today all.
significantly
her mouth open I things (clothes, cars, is killing. Madison
not roaches or grasshoppers spending of values the competition And now we come to
I or mosquitoes, Or something From the first.person, hand. money) for the love, guidanceand shaping She Is the permissive teen-sgen'mamma, Today1 youngster are testedto Avenue. Those who would
i for which a new pesticide written appeals that find their supervision they know exhaustion two and three minimize the Impact of modem -
the who her children
t I should be devised. They are way to my desk I have culled they should be giving their one wants years before they are ready advertising on children
to be She
"happy. givesIn
those that are the most frequently children but are not. and lame of
!> young people deluged withI letting her offspring do to enter college, should be enlightened by this
f I problems at an age when they repeated Here are Parents must expend energy what "everyone else" does them become nervous wrecks letter from a 10-year-old boyIn
are least able to resolve the problems that lead the and invest time In being without even knowing who before a college accepts them. San Francisco:
them list: And When they are finally enrolled -
parents. this
many parents Writes
else" Is
How can I get my parents ire unwilling to do "everyone they are plagued with Boy
Mural Code She condones, or even encourages
to trust me? Thirty the fear that they will be in "Dear Abby,:
years ago men and
Not loo many years ago the Will a boy respect you If women of 40 and 45 made going steady because the 20 per cent of the freshman How can I Improve my
moral code was designed for you give in? their beds and were she is told It contributes status class that Is doomed to Image?"

i an agricultural society I I can't get along with my to lie In them. Parents of content teenagers In the young people' social be washed out by the end of Eugene Gilbert, the president
4 Youngsters could-and did- brothers and sisters. who realized that set.She the first semester of the Gilbert Youth Research -
I marry when nature ordained I'm too fat of the magic had some of sanctions the all-night It's not much of an exaggeration which specializes in
1 It. Today we are living in an I'm too thin their n.arrlage considered gone out party at Prom time, even to say that between advising business concerns on
Industrial and urban society I'm not stacked no great sacrifice It though her instincts and every mononucleosis and the nervous policies: of marketing for the
in which I've to stay together working brain cell tell her Infirmaries customer, estimates
marriage Is deferred got pimples. for the sake of breakdown, college teen-age
j So the changed social My parents won't let me children their such parties breed trouble. do a bigger business than that the buying power of high
system and the unchanged nature do the things my friends do. But she doesn't want to be a the libraries And It is no school and college students is
of man's biological urges Don't tell me to talk to my Second Romantic Wind spoil-sport and cast the veto secret that the phychiatrlc about TEN BILLION dollarsa
have combined to play a dirty parents they don't understand Not so today Many men and that would embolden other services in our institutions of yearl I
e trick on us women of 40 and 45 are vigorous mothers to object. Why, this higher learning are understaffed : Advertisers today do a
Iscife to \s The most sexually ambitious My parents are too strict, attractive, adventure could mean that her daughter and overburdened. masterful job of stimulating
and virile period of our If a girl Isn't a virgin when some and are just getting their would be ostracized by her Teen-agers today are also teen buying. Hear this:
f lives are the teen years, and she gets married, will her second romantic wind. They're friends! faced with the eerie problemof "Be the first In your crowdto
fall inlove our teen-egers enter that period husband know the difference? better off financially f and have She pussies up her 12-year- whether there really will bea own an Elvis Presley pillow
only to find that the door What Is the legal age to more free time. They look, old daughter In high heels, a tomorrow. And if there case. A life-sized pictureof
I that leads to fulfillment has leave home? feel and behave much like padded bra and more powderand will, what effect the fallout Elvis beside you every

with been slammed shut In their And the saddest commentary their teenage children. (Who paint than a burlesque will have on future genera. night-and for only five dollars'
young faces. on our times is the hasn't attended a wedding recently queen: would wear, and sends tions. ''"
i During the eight years that most frequently asked ques where the mother of her off Into the night with a Jt is not surprising, there Hard To Believe
I have become a Journalistic tion of all . "How can I the bride stole the show because boy who just got his driver's fore, that many parents try
I Life Stridepuinps i wailing wall I have received be popular?" Not, "How canI she was so much better- license last week so frantically to make their When I was a teenager and
asked for and
something was
about four million pieces, of be a more worthwhile per looking than her daughter?) Legal Age children happy. "
afford
told "No, we can't it,
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mail Twenty five cent of son? or, "What can I do to
per There Is In America Living EssayIn
today a Almost every boy, upon I knew it was 80, and that
the letters 1 get: are writtenby serve my fellow man? but,
"How I be small army of parents who reaching the legal age to an essay, The Real Reason was the end of it, Today,
And
teen-agers than can ?
WINA more popular have been tranquilized into drive, has a car of his own, For Being Alive, Leo Ros- with two-cars In every garage,
half of those writers have Where do these
shabby' believing that It is better to or can borrow one at a mo ton put it this way: a TV in every room, Stereo
been afraid, or ashamed, shallow values:! that
FREE PAIR OF or so manyof Junk the marriage than raise ment's notice The automobile "Ask any American mother and instant credit, it Is almost
i reluctant to our
their teenagers embrace
sign names. children in an atmosphere of has become the modern what she wants most for her Impossible to convince a child
LIFESTRIDE SHOES But even though the names come from? quarreling and bickering (It tribal symbol of manhood. child, and the chances are she that he can't have something
were missing, the facts I believe the actions and
were reactions occurs to few to do their quarreling With five gallons of gas our will reply 'To be happy. But because his parents can't afford
I Merely r drop your entry into our store. there of today's teen agers and In
bickering private young people are transported there was a time when what it.
Teenagers have told me reflect the style. and the and to work harder at
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soul. Not their mothers, If teen agers have a subculture |

How Jo Me! favorite pump? Patent or A It. old
you your year- Detroit girl,
or their fathers, friends, of their own it only
t u1f'l Wide range of colon and stir! ? Te have clergymen or doctor.. Some mirrors the world of their who" signed herself "Mixed I I I Ii

thfm.en Mt, nigh or ..id. Softly lined, signed their names and begged elder And the 60 s have added Up,, wrote: f/air tJat.1utz4 CLIP n' SAVE :

V' t modestly! price, toot! for an answer "right a new range of pressures "Dear Abby i

A,'?.r.vcT.il-, c$1 0,99 away," while others wrote, a range that runs from How does a girl know I
i "You don't need to answer mamma to Madison Avenuel) when she Is really In love'' I I f
SNYDER'S this. Abby."1. guess'r I just Let's talk about mamma i- Don't tell me to ask my
SHOE STORE
r had to tell Homebody, and Years ago someone wrote, mother because she is now
gee, it sure felt good to getit "The hand that rocks the cradle in the process of divorcingher I I II II

117 S. Kentucky Downtown off my chest" Is the hand that rules the third husband She is I
While many/\>f the 20 million world Who Is rocking the only 36 and her love life is

t. Lakeland : teen-agers in this country cradle today? Nobody Automation si fouled up it Is pitiful i 1I

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Wauchula Music ClubbersTo Sunday. April II. IS<4 J-C
LISTENINGIN Newspaper Women To Meet LAKELAND LEDGER


Present Program HereMembers In Clearwater April/ 17-19 do When not remove roasting the a leg"fell.of lamb Thai

thin, paper.like covering helps

with of the Wednesday ard of Wauchula and the Rev. CLEARWATER (AP-The Friday night President Polly the roast hold its shape during

OLIVI STOUT SYKIJ, LWf.r W_,"', Idles Musicals of Wauchula will Whitney Dough, pastor of Florida Women's Press Club Henry, Tampa Times reporter, cooking. ---
present selections from the Wesley Memorial Methodist will hold Its spring meeting will preside at the meeting of oooooo
opera "Aida" for the Tues Church and a former honor the board and of the general
/If iTs Purity You Want day Music Club of Lakeland. ary member of the Wauchula next weekend at the Jack Tar membership at the Saturdayand

Tuesday at 10:30 a.m. at the club, Hotel, featuring a series of discussions Sunday business sessions picture

''I clubhouse, 421 E. Park St on how to handle Billie ODay of the Miami I
I vanSf. friends yourself seems to be the latest common sense beauty trend. Talk to Mrs. 0. Krehl Stringer of Piano Selection Set news from the reporter's questions News women's department Is framing

This and you'll find some of them using baby oils talc, and lotions. Wauchula, formerly of Lake- Mrs. Vaughn Driggers of to the story's In program chairman. Olive Stout

alas: especially_ true of women whose skin develops a- _isnsltlvitv_n____.__ to-_ beauty land and a past president of Wauchula will accompany the position Sykes, women's editor of The
mat had never of the Tuesday Music Club, will vocalists at the piano. A piano the newspaper.. Lakeland Ledger, Is conven- MATS

bothered them before. In Northbrook III., receivedand Mrs Reaney will be a narrate the opera. Arias will duo arrangement of the Speakers at the Saturday tion site chairman

They reason enjoyed. Harold, who was guest In the Phillips' apart. be sung by Mrs W L. How. grand march from "Alda" afternoon workshop Include NONGLAREPORTRAIT
developed
will be
ucts Mrs.
presented by
especially born In Auburndale and has ment for the next two weeks, Lorna Carroll, St. Petersburg
to be harmless to the lived most of his life in Lakeland Driggers and Mrs Stringer ContemporaryClub GLASS
planning to enjoy the beauties Guard Floors After the lunch Times feature writer, "Get
tender skin of new born and his wife, Marlon of the program, a
babes capitol city in the dogwood eon will be served by the ting the Story": Anne Rowe, To Meet
should be good for made their home on Claren- season Ah, the wis
their skins too. don Avenue at 1518. He was teria, azaleas and dogwood at When Moving Joseph committee Wendel headed, social by.chair.Mrs. St. Petersburg Times women's Contemporary Club will Ashe Photo

This problem of sensitivity a supervisor with International this time of year in Tallahassee Members editor "Playing The meet at the home of Mrs.

was brought out ina Minerals and Chemical o beautiful, so enchanting Furniture man mittee are Mrs. Charles of the com-Kells Story"; and Fraser Hale, Mi. Harold S. McClamma. 713 E. Service
recent report of the Corporation, and was In the 1 and ami Herald photographer, and Beacon Road. Wednesday afternoon
Mrs Minard
Miller Reservations
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American Academy of Bartow office for 14 years. In spring a homemaker's Alice Bixler Miami News at 2:30: o'clock, 1 1049 South Florida
sea for the
Now the point of this are required picture editor, "A Look at The
Dermatology which story fancy often turns to thoughtsof luncheon program will be presented
the committee announced 6831321WOULDNT
Is that he enclosed Pictures
pointed out that more a clipping Miss Diane Robles, daughter rearranging furniture, by Mrs J. Everett
from the Chicago Americanthat of Mr. and Mrs. Marion If you get the Banquet speakers Saturday Allen and Mrs Allen T. Cole
people than ever are feeling he thought would be of urge to reshuffle In the receiving line will night will be Ed Pierce, man I. -- pooooooooooooooc-
the discomforts of Interest to Lakelanders It W. Robles, 2124 John Arthur the furniture, keep the be Mrs A Bruce Harris, aging editor of The Miami
skin Way, has pledged Beta Kappa condition of your floors in Mrs Bob Bradberry, Mrs.
allergies and that reported an Interview with of mind, advises the News, speaking on "After YOU KNOW
chapter Chi world's
use of hypo-allergenic Barbara Cooper Clack Lake- Alpha Omegaat largest William Price, Mrs. Marshall Adam Came Eve;" and Marie
Wyoming University Laramie maker of hardwood
cosmetics those land's-and Goddard and Mrs Wallace Anderson, women's editor of
that Garden'lwater
( Cypress floors. To
Wyo. Diane's a sophomore help protect them
have less than the norm ski champion. It also at the University, major the floor care experts offer Payne. the Miami Herald" "Both Jacqueline
of allergenic qualities) pictures Barbara on skis- ing In biology. these hints. Served In WauchulaThe Sides of The Coin IT'S

and skin products should look Ma, one hand and one . When moving furniture, employ , Rev. Mr Dough served Board members will meet

become more widespread.A foot I the "sock trick" It will as pastor of the First Methodist 1

glamorous actress And you know what Barbarauses Mrs. R. I, Jackson, 108 Lake prevent scratching the floor. Church of Wauchula from PAY AS
on her skin, to keep it Slip old, woolen socks the 19(0 until 1963
said in a recent interviewthat on when he was
Hunter Drive 1s back from a
she uses a numberof moist after all the sunbasklng two-week trip to Norfolk, Va, legs of heavy furniture that appointed to his present pas. YOU LEARN The beautyof
she's subjected tot Baby oil you move only seldom Then, torate lie studied to be a ';
baby because where
products, she visited her sister,
Said she, "During the summer scoot the piece across the floorto public school music teacher
they are so pure and a I don't lotion Mrs. O. C. Tyner and Mr. its new destination I . sparkling
use any Just The before he was called to the .t all.
teenage model revealedin baby oil to keep my skin Tyner During their visit In socks will save wear and tear ministry. A trombonist, he'' A.:. Moclerlla."tleloll

a magazine article that moist. Oh, yes, we put lotionon Norfolk, their slater Mrs. G. on both the furniture legs and has played this Instrument asa i iridescent t
I
she uses oil to P. Emerson and her husbandof the floor.
baby remove our noses They always soloist on two International Sch..1 III the
make-up. Women burn. Then, about November, Park Ridge, 111, and their For those pieces of furnitureyou religious radio programs. 50"1"

have been found to be we start using Vaseline on our children also joined the family move more frequently, He organized and traveled PATENTS!

using baby cream as a arms and legs, but not be- get.together, Mrs. Tyner try the "hat trick" Scissor with a quartet known as "The
night cream baby oil to cause of the sun The wa. returned here with Mrs. Jackson ,pieces of felt from an old hat Musical Ministers," whichwas MISS

prevent and soften crow's ter's so cold we have to wear and will visit for two and glue these protectors to heard throughout the

feet, as an overnight lip Vaseline to keep warm." weeks, returning with her husband the bottom of chair and table United States and In Ger. KAY

Barbara uses Vaseline on when he comes for a legs.When and
softener and as a bath many, Norway England. 1t
oil. They use baby lotionas her face at night, too, and short stay you rearrange furniture Guests may attend the pro ,,

a powder base and during the day she always . your, floors you expose to view new areas of gram upon payment of a small ANNOUNCES. .
wears a creamy lipstick to fee it announced
was
guest
body lotion, baby powderas keep her lips from burning Kenneth Sapp Is home on a So before you start rear I C A Plan for Every The fascination cf

a dusting and foot and cracking. 30-day leave during which he ranging furniture, make sure Budget change . as these)

powder, and so on. Says Harold, "We miss Flor. will spend some time with his you have all the proper clean a Discount for Cash open side fashions
Why are baby products Ida and hope to return for a father, A. J. Sapp who lives ing and waxing supplies. Here / catch different
here Greenwood are a few points to keep in a Small Down Payment
different? Strict control visit real soon This cold and on Avenue, I lights I Constantly

Special attention begins snow doesn't set too well with and his mother, Mrs. Louise mind.Hardwood There it R. .,, .tlhlt. for eipeitnct discover lovely new
with the selection of the us" He's still with IMCC, at Hess, who makes her home in floors require a In telecring' your school
in
different kind of from facets Iridescent
Orlando care
raw materials that into the Administrative Center in
go linoleum or vinyl floors, The "Our Students leather
patent
the research, develop- Skokie, III, In the Personnel . uppers
right way to care for wood Recommend Us" .
ment, and manufactureof Department floors is the easiest
All
Mils Oleta Wardcll, daugh. way
OPEN SIDES .
baby products.And . that is A with fvluro be As seen in Harper's
ter of Mr. and Mrs. J. P. War. required Is cleaningwax coraor a con LATEST IN FASHION
then the final because It does two jobs yours lor only $}00 No Bazaar
dell, 1008 Marjorie St., has ]14.99
Little Ihla (Phillips) and at In ut... t. BeySaaukj..
baby products are thor- been elected editor of the once one operation,
oughly tested in the most Ronnie Ensley of Seattle and Gamma Lambda chapter of cleaning wax not only "dry SHOE SALON STREET FLOOR&ttte

stringent testing groundof their year-old daughter, Sigma Alpha Iota, national cleans" the floor, but It also kdaIrut
Laurie, recently visited their covers It with a protection of CIIa
all-hospitals. Baby professional music fraternityfor
folks, Mr and Mrs John R. wax that wears for months.
products are different at College
women Wesleyan
Phillips, Lake Hollingsworth Resilient floors linoleum,
too because of the .
name Drive, and Mr. and Mrs. aEverything's* vinyl tile, or any non.wood
the company must protect Harry En II I e y, Poinsettia floor require special treatment ,

People apparently Drive, for 10 days. growing fast To put these floors In

look to a company that Little Ihla and Ronnie flewto now, grass and trees and tip-top shape for the season, CDlWpI 3 floors of Fathlon I
manufactures baby products Miami on the maiden flight shrubs, and the last named you should remove all the old I

and hospital items of a new Boeing 727 jet, which bear watching as they are wax that's embedded with I 118 E. Pine St. l
I with a trust like that in reportedly made the flight making some blind corners dirt. You can do 10 easily MU 211 tort Moan ..teklond.'.,
REV. WHITNEY DOUGH I 8-4612
I motherhood and around town that without scrubbing by using
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I If one inferior item stop, In 4'/i hours. Ronnie'semployed accidentsLet's

I were to find its way off by Boeing Electronics I struggle by several everyday

the production line of a in Seattle. ClubActivities

baby product plant the On their return flight by jet, 0 O '

I manufacturer could ruin II ,, Tuesday, the Ensleys stopped TO THINK UPON"Whywill THE NEW

his most valuable asset- In Minneapolis to visit friends. any man be ao Impertinently .

I the trust of its users. They were accompanied to officious as to tell me Final activities for membersof # T; '
If have the Tampa airport by the all prospect of a future state
you a problem the Tourist Club of Lakeland
skin you might give Phillipses and Mrs. F. E. li only fancy and delusion? will be held this weekat 2 Piece Stretches '

these baby-designed prod- Reaney, Little Ihla's grandmother Is there any merit In being! the Magnolia Building, Civic
The Phillipses and the messenger of ill news? If .
Center the
closing current
ucts a try. Mrs then flew to It Is dream, let me enjoyit
Reaney a
The club will '
e a a Tallahassee, where John resumed since it makes me both the season activities next November.resumeits ((91 % Nylon-9 % Spandex ) !

A friendly note from former his Road Board administrative happier and better man.-" Tomorrow Dance, 8 to II h ; \

Lakelander Harold Moor chores Addison pm., with refreshments : '

.. .. served Mr and Mr.. John ..

I Go To Meeting This Week/ Taber Chairman hosts Ira of Spurgeon Indiana Is will dance be n.14.-".


Tuesday Cards 2 p.m.;
TODAY Clrlc C.C/.rAlt ttunp collttton In. IUNNILAND III.III..H LODOI 11. community sing under leadership
.I.IRV UNITI .... Club :
U. ARMY ;:
Bundtr drill. oeOO-l700-co o ant "OOLOIM AOI CLOO' f p m t.'I :#. communityabi idlns. Gail Vms of Mrs Olin Reed and s
MP en r>t i nth BP OP n>. btiemont N. OIl* Bulldtni' 334th tied Del IFIBBI 34l l Ml>d tvtDPM Center. ton bu0nrtA mrnIm ant.r.talemnl '" N0Ma" D.'ONITIIA." Mrs Gordon Macfarlane, 7:30 f : !
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( ) 3'Jrd ICI) Rod Id 1111I loltoll All .rtOo. [0nr TION CLUB, a p m at horn ol MrtJ . Program at 8 will ,
id Pit. 674th t.:1 til tl IU- ,.... olorr In.lt.d C. Utntuh Ktthliwa Rood pm pm 1tlW '4 .:;
tent C.n..r. SHORTHAND CLINIC 190 11m.to 10UTHLANO LODGE JU. ream" feature Sons of Harmony, :
I JO at L..fi nd Builnf.i .. ..
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AT OUILO art .1.... InitlUll on Late Wlrt wonnomlb tmlnttlon In rnlrred 1 Apprentice dr. male quartet of Plant City, atti. Ij .
In .till UK and La 5.und chtpwr, Nttlontl BecroUrm tt 7 TOPtllowcrtfl ,
communlrtllon
oil ptmuns W'JfItoi .. (' rMUltr under direction of the Rev. P"1. I
10 noon 0' AiMclttioaWIDNISDAY 4..... will bo oonferrtdAMIBICAM # % /
bu'dTni. Lad II lek Airport 0010 ST""H, INC, Ernest E Holbrook
Char" I LAKILANO.HCIN! CLUS mu4 CHAPTER. 2 It
SUNtMINI pm
io.1Td'cL"un'oir.r.trtAND.
140'5 Bt tho tin Club at U It p m. .....I.nd PtdMtl community room. Wednesday Chat sew, 2
4lS S"L.NOCBOU.Ro'oiraor! TMf L..II.UND .liT CLua. all ....Int.In. ',n. Mrrtt p.m., followed at 2:30: p.m. by
riav at t 10 am. MM Utrr .
Air'part TIlAYILlIlI ITAII CLua. 4 pm
CIVIL AIM PATBOL. lAId II I.I
(Cult InnlrucUir all ptlntlnt wltnM matins followed bf.onrrrd dull"u1ldrirnsCI program by Miss Jan King,
7 n m ,.
IINtOR 80CI"L....nollo tlU1.IIUlldlo"m.ellns Ct"01I till I .lit Cornelia. and portrait MtniM.1..it.. oil 10 ptlnu1A23 I.mI . :: ; :, OCt n'ur. *, N.mllo attorney. Refreshments will be ,
pm o' Ini from 1 to 10 pm. Inlrurtoe I. . served Cards at 7 will
"MILLM CIRCLI Ml O-
CerroUMMAO ANNA pm
Chula 11,511 I Intlrurtlnnwiui 1
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am.nu.1. pm. all tl idmlnutrition bulldlni. tools ... :.., 4
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stated ", mmunlr"t"l'on tt T 10 pm. at CHAP TIIt CF. PIO 515t15H000. LOYAL OBOIB Of MOOS. 8pmit .
Mitonlo Tnnplt All ililuni krtthn. horn .1 hams or Mr,. Jtmn AndoririfwT MOOM ladii. Ktit La,. Putts
oon CUr.ndrm Ave. Dr.... Custom Made
.ltod.TUnDA. ILNOIIA IIIDIII"M L00.a e, IIIWANII CLIII 12 I' pm IIMorriaoa0
tAKCLANB BMIOOC CLUB }0 tt S pin tt Counur Do, CCIrMtIs.LaKsLAND : ,
m LAIC II ttANno > *t'T"JJI1JJ"tAK ' B.hol KB C31 LOOOI T Union 1. 100 mLA .. BIMt tl S ART OuILD 011 .lnt. 1 i iV ir
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building t.od.irk Airootl ..IWMr. Rout JJuB BALI. iponuirtd brTtmpui
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m DUMMAOf" BALI ......or.d II', 155.0 30 p m. tt T cprtown ttudion oorrr.d will l1.h be 1I0no,... Sling eovertd I ,
Temple Emtnuel. 1JN K'ntotkt".Vrtr. LAKCLANO BICBIATION CLUB dl.h and t.bl. ..nl..
CM..T.II 21. CAM J for r.n wnlor will cltlMni matt It Ltkdtnd Tf n Midst tnd* o )
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'I'4-C Sunday,LAKELAND April 12 lIst LEDGER JlUf gllJJW QUL? '


Texas Tosses Accessories You Wear '

It's Hat Into

Fashion Ring Influence Appearance
I
1 in SPRING j t By JOSEPHINE LOWMAN place. A woman's skin tone 7
DALLAS (NEA-Each) yearat and figure should also be con
I this time, Texas tosses its Accessories can make a sidered.:
hat into the fashion ring and tremendous difference in the Here are some of this ex'
SH0EFM0OTGS comes out a winner. way a woman look. Some. perl's suggestions for choosing -
times members of the fair sex accessories which will Hatter .
Dallas, the
This week in
Ii I fail to realize that the color you and individualize your r
I designers of Texas presenteda size and placement of these new outfit
roundup of spring and summer Influence their appearance Just Necklaces bright strand
I fashions that was handsome as their makeup and hair of beads or pearls dresses up 1;
I indeed. It proved that styling do. They can be flattering the neckline of a suit or r
\ by Texans will still have something or unflattering dress, but you must watch the
There is a sameness about length. A long face and slim
to boast about If the
this year's spring and summer neck are flattered by a short
\ ENGLISHWALKERS j black gold ever runs dry. suits. Most of them have strand or several short M
j Every clothes category was the sane little box Jacket with strands, of beads A round or ,
from
represented ballgowns braid or buttons or flap pock square face, or a short neck
to patio fashions And every ets. It la an attractive style needs a longer length of necklace N {
group was fresh and pretty. and Is most kY
becoming to fig for a more pleasing pro-
Femininity exerted a strong urea but because the style is portion.
I Influence in daytime wear so universal this season it Necklace Must Plunge -j
and there'wes lavish
here,
may become monotonous If have one of the
you new
i! use of lace and embroidery. Battle Uniform Look plunge neckline dresses don't s I
I Ruffles at the neck, wrists or According to one of New spoil the whole effect by wearing iCs i
hemline also added a roman York City's leading fashion I short strand of pearls.It II
tic note show stylists, an accessory confuses the lines. Wear a
.
i if I The country-look for summer especially jewelry, is the prettiest necklace only slightly shorter M 1A I
f I was In the air. Sun dresses way to battle the "uni than your decolletage. II
in provincial prints were form" look. However, this Since necklaces are so close
it vs I trimmed with rickrack Jamaica highly experienced executive to the face, be 'sure to flatter
shorts were decoratedwith warns that too many women your complexion too. Never I
t $995 i hootenanny, designs and spoil rather than sparkle, wear red or purple beadsif
coordinated with checked their outfits by wearing the you have a ruddy com
gingham shirts, wrong accessory In the wrong plexion. If your skin Is slightly !
t u sallow avoid amber. If it is I Iy I
a P.B.M. CHARGE PLANS F.N.B. very fair do not use black. Q a
I The contrast Is too harsh.If .
I Compare HEIRLOOMS OF TOMORROWAND your suit is trimmed with
gold buttons, and more than
A FEW
at $16.95 half are this year, use pearls,
,' Sizes 4 to 12 gold or colored stones Do not
' AAAA to C PIQUESG2iflqIDflL wear silver, copper Of gunmetal .

If you would like to have
my leaflet "Clothes to Fit
'QeiSh
a Your and A Of
Figure Personality, Lakeland City Beauty22nd
send a stamped, self-address
.
Famous Brand Shoes1' .
qltt.s. ed envelope with your request
for leaflet number 54 to Josephine In A Series
Lowman in care of The
Strelglit Our lest Male te Phillip 66 Stetlon-Turn R. *n Ledger. Brunette, brown-eyed Barbaro Allen Is o sophomore at Florida
Lengfellew fe Our Sifit. Tomorrow "Your Build Southern College, where she is a journalism major and member of

1' Give Your Home A Gift Too Dictates Type Of AccessoriesTo Kappa Delta sorority. Her hometown is Arlington, Va., and she Is
f Wear," the 19-year-old daughter of Cmdr. and Mrs. Robert V. Allen. Barbara

Is a pianist and vocalist-in fact, music Is her main interest (Ledger

i I It photo)
1'r a I

t GIFTS 'fo.r.

I, i Looking Radiant On Wedding


It's rot too early to layaway !
Means HomeworkNEW
"M Day Beauty
a lovely watch m 1 /
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for your graduate YORK (NEA-The self nibbling away at fatten Ishes caused by soil and cosmetic -
i bride-to-be has so many demands ing desserts while making the film. Fit in a lathery
It11 \\A faro* selection of on her time and ener- rounds of parties and bridal facial each day and, include
gy that former dally routines showers. The pounds creep your neck and shoulders.
? quality makes. Lt_ get lost in the preparatory up So watch your die"t and Since the wedding veil attracts
shuffle. do daily exercises to redistribute special attention to
OPEN FRIDAY NIGHT But, this definitely is not any excess pounds that your hairdo, experiment now,
the time to cut down your threaten to settle In the waist not the day before the wedding
\ \ beauty homework. In fact, line and hips. on a flattering, simple
? ?It.. step it up. For your complexion, begin style
I peUz 1Tj! 4.-1: GIFTS for Graduates = r:::, The plainest of women can each day with a brisk scrub Extreme hairdos bring a I
look radiant on her wedding and relax In a tub of warm Jarring note to the bridal
FAMOUS BRAND I MILANII 17 6150.00I day. However you see your. suds in the evening. This scene and also are troublesome -
j I: t., self in the mirror, with daily helps soften the skin, cleansesthe to care for on the wed I

11 F.N.B. 130 S. KENTUCKY P.B.M. .. IAnrhhnNELSON'S JEWELRY care skinned you best.will be at your clear- pores and prevents blem- ding trip. I

Other Ptltt Stern h Cltarwattr and St. tttinbvrg While counting the days until -
I 106 South Florida Avenue Lakeland, Florida Our 20th Year I the nuptials, also count the Waist Skimmer
I
calories You will find your-"


Looking forward to warm vorlte whether In cotton, linen
weather? Here's a "cool"number or pique.

that Fontana of Italy To select correct size, use \

I :. I I has designed. The becomingV Spadea's exclusive ready-to-

SAOTLAR/ GIANT SIZE SALE guarantee neckline and summer capped comfort.sleeves wear Sizes 10 size Bust chart 34 Waist 24 Hips 35


The dress gently follows the 12 35 25 38
; waist and eases out into a 14 364 26.4 3714
subtle flare. The stitched- 16 38 28 39
down tabs really "add" to the 18 40 30 41
I dressmaking quality of this Size 12 requires 3% yards of
I II design. Easy to button in and 38-inch fabric for dress. To
out of, you'11 _find. it your fa- order Pattern No. NS-31Z.
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state size; send $1. Add 25
Jt cents for first-class mall and
Calling AllHOllie ,
a special handling
19ns
Makers Pattern Books No. 21, No.
22. No. 23, No. 24, No. 25, No
.r NICK SPAGNOLA 28 and revised Duchess of
Windsor are available for 50
KEEPING CUSTOMERS cents each, OR any three for
(125 OR all seven for $3.
SATISFIED Add 10 cents postage for each
book.

r t I You are entitled Address SPADEA PAT.
I to good ,, TERNS Lakeland Ledger
I Quality I merchondm Box 993, OPO, ,Dept. HI
competitivep New York, New York 10011.
I I r l IC11, htlpful
decorating advice
and courteous attention '
end treat SPADEADESIGNEH

I mint But after you
purchase fuml-
PATTERNNS312
lure there Is on-
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. It "..,,Ie.l
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Blonde-Tons Shampoo adds golden Brown-Clow Shampoo washes"plain Red-Head Shampoo "make Shampoo add warm Silver-Tone Shampoo moonlight gray, The word "..,,Ie." Is perhaps r I
I 'I I glints a* it washes hair sparkling brown hair with new,shimmering red- in red or borderline shades.Let bands.BrunetteTone and black treel or whit hair,help to correct yellowness. one of the most abused
words 'In the English
I clean and so wonderfully silky I gold lustre. Leave hair manageable. shining-clean, magic la your with Dew lustre. Leave hair easy to m.nlle. the but I occasional use It 'In connection complaints language with and


Helena Rubinstein's 5 Color-Tone Shampoos dealer questions another.We receives. which ot every one furniture time or


i firmly! believe that the
I I into hair! 2.50 Now1Q manner In which these complaints
wash color highlights your Reg. our most arc important handled Jobs.A Is .one of d


dc-Tone reputable store will handle

Just Imagine! You save $1 on every big,,'unbreakable shampoo for everyone. Reg. 2.50 now only 1.50. Sharnnro promptly Justified,as possible complaints because we as

I' bottle of Helena Rubinstein's Color-Tone Shampoo I Stock want to keep our customers sat.Isfed .
; Silk-Sheen Cream Rinse.For unruly hair.Untangle snarls, a We know that a satis
I 1 up now on the shampoo that's made for your own hair tied customer Is our greatest Os.let '1 1t4
r makes dry hair silky and manageable. Reg. 2.50 now 1.50.
I hade. But hurry the offer is for a limited time only! 5P131 A1, .

Color-Tone Shampoo is not a tint, not a rinse, but a rich Color.Keep Shampoo.. For all rinse,tint and bleach users tgo'p a reputation Any store'In quickly a community establishes; for

shampoo that accents your hair shade with color,highlights Won't strip color. Reg. 2.50 now only 1.50. ether, giving good service er
bad .
service The
cleans Your hair will be lovelier! stores giving
as it thoroughly Bio-Shampoo.* For positive dandruff control Combats good service are the ones who
can claim that valuable
corn.mawity

ALSO ON SALE: oily So freshly scented you'd never know It'* medicated. tolled ."customer loyal

Silk-Sheen Cream Shampoo. Delightful conditioning Reg. 2.75 now only 1.50. '*. '_tic TV* ry .

You may be sure that you
eon buy with complete peace fr
of mind when you come Into
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Doctor LAKELAND LEDGER, Sunday April 12. W4 s.c-
Offers// Ways In Book w t' t f F' ,1 t pr Ji

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Religious Groups' Calendar

To Withstand ; .r, -TODAY DNtSOAY erg'
ProcessBy .
Aging APOSTOLIC CIRLI SCHOOL 1121
row TNt
It oi % o' PON"COUMTV .und.. C Mimorlal. Bird. e.lsat' .,_ atfjCOMMITTSC
Bchool oaeh SuBdar al t 45 amorthlp ? a rel.e"e1tt1AN
d atrvleia ran Moond SunHi aY11Nla M f M'e
NANCY BROWER e { r ry it 3 pm it Inwood SaptutChurch ROOB at CTMt HMMIfrant .
The doctor's advice to rtose corner Atipuo M and 34ihi. ,
Women' SUM Writer tory than anything I can do Wlntrr Haton' rrllowalilp hour IRT CHRISTIAN ghvnh taaUK'l
who would delay the aging of for her now." vld follow worahlp Mrflc 1 30 p m. luMtlonal dipartBunta >
The book "New Hope for the skin RACC IUTHIRAN, stonier LiiUwr mAN at aPIRST .
as long as possible la la r
the "Your lMIII
chapter Skin mw rtep 'm
PRtSRVTIRIAN family
Your Skin, quoted"recently simple "I know how eary it and Your Diet" the author formation*T, PAUt oleo tUTHIRAM for UulU. itinreh. 4 pn la.: ball niiht dlnntr, 44 p'm, u ieUovihIB:
In "Why Grow Old? Josephine is to say 'Don't worry or discredits the ability of cosmetics Ida pi"' Waiihir Uatuo mntins >t 130. CHRIST tUTHIRAN, ftaniillimKmmltwi
Lowman'a health and beauty Take it easy,' and how hard OITOL"MONDAY. moon, at
to nourish the akin .nu CMOOUnl.M' .
column which appears dally It Is to heed that advice, but '"Since nourishment from the BKSiffM""M *. < Via*t'"do .rdt71tlAi=JMlOoll Ta*
in The Ledger, has been It's ANY at 1 pm. al VIM Hall.
received one of the best ,
suggestions skin comes from the bloodstream .rtViWMoi'mM 1111I 'lORACI 0eAa1 IYTNtaAN
'
at the Park Trammell I can make to people who LVTHIRAN, Troop 74J raou 7 : ::r..r cboirlrrhiarial.
not the surface, the lunlor chairrrhrar.al 1 rm. tUlh.ru ChurcttJ,
Public Library.Dr. want to avoid growing old and Idea of feeding it from the out bur 4pm,; 4pm' tint.; Rod confirmation MOO ad ,.ninth IIMUUTI board Rutuas.AsV
Irwin I. Lubowe, associate looking old before their time." side makes no more sense v x I *'cHRisVnLu dermatologist at the Dr, Lubowe than reboot tuff mtrtini. t p m it homo CoammnioR: wrflcd, p m.rA
says gentle mas- trying to heat a stove by Afp.rj of MM. Datld roltom, I13T awiodoU THURSDAY
Metropolitan Hospital CenterIn sage Is valuable to the skin rubbing its surfaces Ra.01. RACB LUTHSRAN. AresliWmMiOClian
outer .. ,
't. 7 19
New Is TUn DAY mritlni t "' J
York the author of when combined with the use ,1A 'tie d' APOSTOLIC use SCHOOL IJJ1 LUTHB R AM pallors /
the book which tells in Nourish The Skin K Memorial ale, aunt cluiM ttCaMMYN1TT adult Information alaat. 130 *.Rb'
non- of emollient .
creams. He says j { "
technical terms, the story of He ...La CLASS T S9P I*rpAULU LUTHtRAN. LnUioranWomin
that the
when rubbing the cheeks, suggests nourishing m. at horn ol Uri Halllo Mill... a YINhAAtLNAYA p>MUn
the akin and aU the ailments strokes should be upward. skin by following three rules 14**VINTM"DAY AOVINTI1T, *tl. *' ** SATURDAY

to which it K heir. Downward strokes are advised 1. Eat small portions of a Iowa fan aorlilj.Mr, Kury Y ao Nitriot an. al, Itarttr I24ifc, M, rutN roo'eNeuruN: prarrr twin,
The chapter on aging akin, on the chin and throat. correct and balanced varietyof CHRIST. LYTNaANOnllrm eUAeAla. dotlnbM'MtT 10.IYTiI"IA"moommuoltl,
"Your 1 Y/W HAII: abate 1"1 Pat plonH'titJi
Birthday Suit GroWl foods, aimed at staying tbr, Y J'.n. tt home or Yrr. lglrb.Wa : a h IU
Old," will be of partlrularInterest : Almost Too Late slim flreT whllrhurrl ralnYTlaIAN 471A' INYN' wNlmlrAter Drlrr. > ONRITIAN:, : .MYtr6 ttut
to women. In this ''Doctor, I'm beginning to 2. If you're overweight, shed Ynrprtrq, to am. la PIN, I purr, t ,.IIt. I" dletlrhlr
chapter Dr. Lubowe slates wrinkle, and I think It'l timeto the excess pounds slowly and CANDIDATE AT COFFEE-QuUlian Yancey a candidate( for state senator, and Mrs. I r/It' h.ll.:1:
"Many akin specialists . do something about it.' This keep them off. (Fat people are Yancey were guests of honor at a coffee at Polk Federal Savings and Loan Association's .
hold that the action of ultraviolet statement I hear frequently more prone to skin troubles community room at Southgate They are plcturer at center with their hostesses, Mrs. Charles I
rays upon the skin over and the patient Is usually a than alim ones.) bakery, left, and Mrs Philip Elrod, right. Supporters of Mrs Yancey' candidacy were Invited r\
the years is a major factor-t woman In her late forties or 3. Don't fret about vitamins; to the coffee. (Ledger photo by Harper)
perhaps the only factor-in fifties. She's wrong on two if the diet la Intelligently selected the perfectMOTHER'S l

the aging process. Others, counts. She isn't just begin- you'll get all you need.
myself included, feel that aging ning to wrinkle; the process Skin problems and diseases Older Women Said Right For JobBy !
Is an irreversible process has been going on for 20 years to which chapters of the book DAY
basic to the entire body and or more, although she's just are devoted include allergies

that the skin merely shares in beginning to find the result bacterial and fungus Intec RUTH MILLETT Memphis, Tenn., appeared before like a person Instead of an 1
the reduced function incident unpleasant. As for the time tions, acne, eczema, psoriasis, Newspaper Enterprise Assn. a group of business and annoyance, and seems willing\ GIFTis
to aging I do not say the to do something about It, I excess body hair and sunburn Working women were asked professional women to discuss to go to any amount of trouble
skin is unaffected by sunlight must explain that the best v recently to face their own the "Image of the Working to please.
over the years, for it certainly time has already passed; and A chapter on treatment of shortcomings by a man, Woman," she let her sis ----
is, but I feel that this is mere- that the care of the akin the aging akin by plastic surgery but by another working woman ters have a doublebarreledblast. SecrefariesTo
ly one of the damaging fac throughout earlier life would written by Dr Louis "Working women," she

tors." have been far more satisfac- .Joel Felt, is included. When Mrs Kay Kelslinz: of said, "too often shirk responsibility YOUR' PORTRAIT
and are clockwatchers Observe

Methodist WSCS Church Camp Fire Girls and So complalneri.far as I know;., Mrs. KelaIlag Their Week

didn't separate workingwomen by.,,
Into age groups But A schedule of Lakeland
Groups Schedule MeetingsWoman's Working For Ranks from my observation It seems area events planned in observation I
that there are far mere shirkers of Secretaries Week

of responsibility, clock April l/.JS. has been announced I
Society of Christian Mae Rorrlck. Mrs Munday
Smiling Blue Birds of teU her of her watchers complainers (as by Mrs Evelyn Dun- i
Service at First and Col Dryden. Mrs. L. F, Campbell, story experi- well
lege Heights Methodist l Miss Rose A. Davison, Miss Southwest Elementary School, ences on the hike. The activity as gum chewers. slow can. She is chairman of the
and
movers bke-It-0r-leavalt 1964
whose leader is Mrs James Secretaries Week cele
Churches will meet tomorrow. Georgia Pelham, Mrs Mar Is
a requirement in
Hunt, will work at the Weed types) among the very young bratlon of the Lakeland
have Sheldon Mrs. Darrell chapter -
Plans for the meetings lyn than PNI.BM.
achieving the Trail the mkldlo
Seekers among -aged of a
the
Pullers meeting Wednesdayon National Secretaries
been announced as follows: Jansen, Mrs. R. J, Flynn and older of .
rank. group working '
Mrs. S. N. Zook, Mrs C, G. entries for the annual Association which cosponsors o.rtoetsA .
FIRST Hammond, Mrs Robert Stuart flower show. The entries will Shleta Maka Junior HI women. the week in cooperation
New members will be honored Mrs. Jack C. EarL be In the junior class of the Camp Fire Girls will meet at Maybe this( Is partly be with the Business Equipment
at the meeting at 11 a.m. Mrs. Earl F, Segar. Mrs. annual spring flower show to cause jobs are easier for the Manufacturers Associa
in the Wesley Phllathea room the home of Mrs. Bob Allen to than for l
the
be middle
held at the Garden Center young get 1 asA
Duel Fain Mrs. C. W. Marshall tion."In
with Mrs. George Merrill, Mrs Richard Sumner. Saturday and Sunday. Tuesday afternoon to plan a .aged, and so the young formulating our plans
president, presiding. Mrs Mrs, R. W. McKemie. Mrs. Sunny Blue Birds of Cleveland Torch Bearer party for their don't prize their jobs as highly we were guided by our slo
Ralph Pierce of Circle 11 will Court School have group. "Party Fun"boneof lan 'Better Secretaries Mean
Augusta Wilson, Mrs. Russell
lead the devotions.Mrs. elected the group activities for Maybe It Is becausethe Better '
Fenner, Mrs. MargueriteRo the following.officers: partly Business, and by our LAKELAND
Benny Fenton, program Dea, Miss Genevieve president, Nancy Turner; achieving Group Torch Bearer young woman la more official NSA motto, 'Better
chairman, will Intro- Sanford Mrs. Howard BuM vice president, Jean Anne rank. Mrs. James Childs likely to have a man on her Learning, Better Letters Bet

duce Mrs George Sinks, who Mrs. J, M Wood Mrs Russell Reed; secretary Debbie is Mrs their William guardian N. Dulabahnand mind, rather than the Job. ter Living,' said Mrs. Dun 1505 S. Fin. MU 2G938AMI
will show a Mm "The Newcomers Maime, Mrs D. K. Sail Cline; treasurer, Eileen Mo And maybe the young wom can.
," which concerns the Closkey; and song leader Mrs Raymond Frady an's frequent lack of ambition Events scheduled during the
Mrs W O. Johnson,
er
I' mission study, "The Inner Lori DeLong Their leader are leaving today for Oak and enthusiasm for her job week are as follows
City Needs." Mrs Sinks' son, Mrs. Elizabeth Wimmer and is Mrs. Bill Thompson. Ridge, Tenn., for a regional results from the fact that she On Sunday, April 19, at 11
the Rev. R. F. Sinks, former Mrs Kenneth Whorley. Jo Ann Blue Birds of Griffin conference of Region III, doesn't really expect to have a.m., members of the Lake
pastor of Asbury Third Churchin COLLEGE HEIGHTS School will honor their Camp Fire Girls, Inc. Representatives to hold it for very long (only land chapter will attend ser
Cincinnati, has been associated Mrs. H. K. Kellum, WSCS mothers at a party Wednes from councils in until she gets a husband, or vices at Parkvlew Baptist ti
I with the work shown president at College Heights day afternoon in the home of Alabama Florida, Georgia until her husband gets through Church In a body.
in the film Methodist Church, will pre their leader Mrs. J. E Williams Mississippi, North Carolina, school or gets a promotion). The boss secretary dinner
A business meeting will fol side at the meeting at 11:43 South Carolina and Tennessee The older woman who has e wUl be Wednesday April 22,
low. Luncheon will be served t.m >In the social hall. Perky Blue Birds of Corn- will attend the conference job probably plan. to keep It at 7 p.m at The Cadet res
at noon in the social hall by Luncheon will be served by bee School, whOle leader is which will last through Tues just as long as she can. taurant.

members of Circles land 18, Circle 1, Mrs. C, R. Berg- Mrs. Margaret Bland have .day.The Clinch Anyhow, 111 take the older A tour of the Tampa Tribune
Mrs. Frank Tate and Miss qulst. chairman elected new officers. They Valley Councilof employe. offices In Tampa l I. plan
Ruth Olsen, chairmen, during Mrs Henry Barnett will are: president Cheryl Pat Oak Ridge will be host Sometimes, I wish I hadn't ned Saturday, April 33, at ta -
which Ume the following new give the devotion and introduce terson; vice president Sarah and the a tour American has been Museum plannedto of -but not often. The older .m., followed by luncheon at -, ,
members will be honored: Mrs. John J. Rooks, Blalock; secretary, Janice( woman usually concentrateson noon at Tampa Terrace Hotel I

Mrs. Caxton Doggett Mrs. who will speak on "General Hennecy; and treasurer, Penny Atomic Mrs. Frady Energy.will stay In Oak 1- the.- job- -at-hand. treats_ me t l '"
B. Conference." Hilllard.Tawasi .
Wilton Carter Mrs. D.
Ridge through Friday and at
I Clark Mrs. Victor( Fellows, A nursery wUl be provided tend a professional workshop aryl
Mrs. Robert Newton, Mrs during the meetingDISILLUSIONMENT !
I which will be conducted by PrintedHomespuns of PLYMOI1Tf1 HARBOR '
- Mrs Lou B. Paine of the Na
i tional Council in New York.
Mrs. Paine Is the director,

Division of Field Services. ,I ttrtill..l ltli ..i Imhrmtlia asset HfmftlkHarbor
I Ixr, Mr KM pro/torparmliott rperrarrd pr ffll (/fllfrrfCtiorrk
100% Cotton 45" WW el CAritl tnd <*.fare"re Mf Confr.ftlnult. : C ur<* of

bf Janet Henry Regularly/ Sells for 1.98 yrf.abrlcs. I
J .mJL A ,
am looking forward, with pleasure, fto f:
meeting Mr. John White, who :

f moue SALONARTISTRY 119 wrote a most pleasant letter the I .

iS 1 ,w Price ether day asking me about Plymouth >' :
Camp Fire Girls of harbor ' .
I k? S Lime Street School and their sera IN Mr. Whit wanted to know, among other I t:

guardian, Mrs. Fred Dor- AND thing*, bout the Investment he mu t make, how +;
man, will be guests at a tea COLOR the dining rooms would function, If there would ...(:
to be given at the home of tr '.J. be care available In case h. was taken III, and fi
x Mrs. Jim Young Lozawa In(OUTHOATIMOPPtNO Ttio M.n At was there a monthly membership fat t

.. Camp Fire Girls, whoseguardian ) C
Well, all of theM question Important ,
1 is Mrs. Delk CINTSR
Ray ,
: to anyone interested in Plymouth Harbor, so :
will be hodtetaes.Fourth
allow me to answer them at this time. "
Mil e Itla 1
"
Grade Camp Fire w'}
Girls, whose guardian Is First the Inveitment Founder Fee ;'f.
\In swinging coat end stylish hot- Mrs Raymond Burks, will ALL APPROVED CREDIT range from Sal 000> to $J9 500, giving you a wide I ;" :
/ And feeling slim and chic- go to Christina Park Saturday CARDS HONORED ; 1111 S. Florida Are choice of apartments to fit your financial ability
Ile I Duielend) lekeleiie' Monthly Membership Fees are $115 f
chat for a nature hike. Each ii per person
I stopped to have a friendly girl will I prepare a lunch and 4 The Founder Fee and Membership Fee are all ::

Along the street last week I'I that i* required you need not pledge your lifepavings. ': t

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And, where the time seemed opportune, Three meal per day (or a !leaser number) .. C,

I mentioned modestly will be available in our spec OWl dining room. y
Special diet can be obtained. The charge for
I We'd have another baby soon,
A She, I three meal a day U $W> a month per person. ;
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epilctllx fitted. Yourfa.nds ahuffleboard and lawn bowling, hobby shop and
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I I For President's Scheduled Saturday LINDA LEE RAY gabond's .Best Actress award I

Deer Meat Dish Campus CorrespondentThe presented at the annual ban- t

Plans are nearing completion show and refreshments will first professional summer quet at the Haven Hotel in i
JOHNSON CITY, Texas for a bazaar to be heldat be available Final plans will theater will be held In Winter Haven. Children In the I
the Girl Scout House Satur be announced , Florida
There' one staple Item on the \ Lake and when the company were given special
day from II a.m. to 3 p.m. Tomorrow Mrs. Ferd Merta Southern College Vagabond
Presidential menu at the LBJ bh awards. They are LIla McConnell -
Proceeds will provide troop chairman of District 4, Repertory conductsan
Ranch ; company
: Mr Johnson's own Susie Bonsteel and John
contributions to the fund for
has scheduled a meeting at ,io. eight week
brand of
Iff deer meat sausage an exchange this summer of the Scout House at 9:45: a.m. j series of plays. Birney Gross II, all of Lake-
a man's dish, so spicy Puerto Rican Girl Guides with with neighborhood chairmen The drama land.
that .It takes practice to eat two Senior Scouts and one from all parts of the district. rE productions will Glenda Bozeman of Haines
It. adult from the Heart of Florida Attending will be: Mrs. Ralph include mainly City recently was elected i
In case you want to try it, Girl Scout Council. Carlton of Wauchula, Mrs. light comedies. sophomore female senator In I
here's the recipe: The bazaar is being direct. Joseph Hymerling of Fort Plays already the campus-wide elections. In I
One-half deer ed by troop leaders of Pioneer Meade, Mrs. John Marley of selected are the runoff for junior male \
One-half hog neighborhood. They will be Bartow, Mrs. W K. Pou of "CIsar1Ica senator was Charlie Birdsong
I 25 ounces salt assisted at several booths by Mulberry and Mrs. W, R. "A u n t" and of Winter Haven. Charlotte f
20 ounces black pepper leaders from St. Joseph's and Ross, Mrs. R. W. Tallent, Mrs. "Out of the Rubush of Lake Hamilton was .
8 ounces red pepper Lake neighborhoods. Norman Curran and Mrs Frying Pan." in the run-off for Greek female 1
2 ounces sage Games, a fishpond, white Paul Kaufman of Lakeland. T h a approxl. senator.Ugly.
Mix: together for 200 pounds elephant booth, craft gift Plans will be discussed for mately rniiX LINDA Man I
of sausage. items, baked goods, a style training events next year and plays to be presented will be The fraternity winning! the
."" 0> ., scheduled In Sigma Sigma Sigma Ugly
for a district-wide event. repertory style.
1 A new Girl Scout troop, Mel Wooton, head of the Man contest was Phi Sigma I
sponsored by the West Lake drama department, will con Kappa. Results were announced
land Church of God, has Invited duct the summer program. at a social. '
parents and families to All the actors and actresses The advanced course cadets I
attend its investiture service will be selected from this of ROTC participated in field |
the fr year'i repertory company, maneuvers recently at the !
Friday at 7.30 p.m. at r
@@ Scout House The girls will arts, Nb Productions bombing range in Avon Park.
"i. have completed five meetingsand Actresses Include Susan Livingston Winners of the Pi Delta Ep- 1
requirements for mem of Lakeland, and Don silos\ creative writing contest ,
berships Guests will be the na Childers, Nancy Langdon, were recently announced. They
I Rev. and Mrs. W. W. Thomas. Kaye Smith and Billie Aker. were Russell Meachem, first [
{ 1'' tech Garment Leader of the troop Is Mrs. Actors are Bill Fletcher, Don prize; Donald Cauble. second; .
( \ Archie Beall. Laferriere, Frank Millen, Jim and William Fletcher third r!

Mothproofed SAVE! Girls who will make their Cairnes, Bradford Kinney, Ray The entries were Judged by
Fannin, John Dervin and Fred popular novelist Don Tracy I
Mildew Protected Girl Scout Promise, be Invested
j' I Bonsteel of Lakeland. Many Southern's crew got off to a
With Our Moe..Tues..Wed. are Laura and Kilgore receive, Robyn their pins Kil- Lakelanders are probably familiar promising start by defeating '.
APR, 13.14.15 with these players from Purdue and American Uni- [
Odorless/ Dry elfin;", gore, Mary Anne Morris, Te of
Hamilton, Bridges, previous Vagabond produc versities. The opening race l
Joyce
Carlene resa Waters, Deborah Coleman FRIED SHREDDED BEEF with Pascal celery Is as tasty as the popular Oriental dishes tions. the season was held at Cypress -

\ I Darlene Coleman, Don. Egg Foo Yung and Chop Suey, but much less complicated.Florida's Susan recently won the Va- Gardens. l>

J na Delozier Barbara Lane,
Melanie Mitchell and, Vicky Reporting OnFLorida
Tobias. Green Pascal Celery
5 Other girls In the area are
PlAIN$199 Invited to join the troop, which State UniversityBy
meets Thursdays at 3:30: p.m.

at the God West, Stran Lakeland and Churchof Parker Changes Nation's Eating Habits CAROYLN ROBERT elected the new dormitory of.

Streets. Campus; CorrespondentTALLAHASSEE; ficers. One of the two vice
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-, TALLAHASSEE- Florida's ories to the cupfull! 1 cup beef steak, shredded Another presidents of Reynolds Hall
famous unbleached green Pascal In Egg Foo Yung and Chop Into small pieces trimester Is speeding towardIts will be Anna Faulds of Mulberry -
Speaking of Beautyby celery has changed the Suey, Pascal celery is indis- 2 teaspoons soy sauce finishing line, much to the Anna will be
a junior
philip eating habits of the nation, pensible. The recipe given 1 teaspoon flour joy of some students at Flor
:' BLANKETS One of the questions being proving how sweet and juicy below is no less delicious than 2 cups celery In short, diag ida State University but to counselor in the dorm for
I and crisply delicious celerycan these two dishes-but far less onal strips the consterna- freshmen.
has
asked these days Is, "why .
79C be. Because it is so complicated. 4 tablespoons salad oil tion of others. l Freshmen among them
hair lost Its lustre? The
Packaged In I my answer is quite tender and almost stringless, Budget-conscious homemakers 3 tablespoons soy sauce Many students, Mary Cavanaugh, Dorothy
Moth.Proof Bog I simple. Spring Pascal celery has practically will find that Fried /i teaspoon monosodium glu- now spending a '
Ea. f replaced the older, coarse varieties Shredded Beef with Pascal tamate few last hours England and Miriam Jones
in Florida .s
of celery Celery, served In a circle of Rice in cramming, '< Winter Haven, will be glad to
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water means, wind sun and There is almost no wasteto fluffy rice, is a tasty, satisfying Shred beef and toss lightlyIn are wondering | be sophomores, so they will
longer be low men on the
dish that makes a little 2 teaspoons sauce and no
extra net Florida celery, because all soy how the days,
that spray takeaway the stalks are so tender. Its meat go a long way. flour. Place cut celery in weeks, and totem pole, year-wise.
r ting crisp texture Is the perfect For superior taste, the dish boiling salted water; boll 3 months could The girls who will serve on
sheenof
the complement to foods "smooth"and should be cooked until the minutes. Drain. Over high have j next year's Sophomore Council
slipped by
l normallylovely hair creamy, such as creamed celery is just barely tender, heat, brown meat in 4 table so quickly. As I I have been chosen. Mickla
\\mR iiniZJnO; rll rlln seafood and chicken, or po so cooking time Is short, making spoons salad oil. Immediatelyadd the students Cooper and Jo Ricky Wells
i Split ends and CAROLYN
tato dishes. it a good choice for celery soy sauce and look back on Auburndale, were among
PHILIP unmanagability To bring Florida celery to hurry-up meals monosodium glutamate, stirring realize Just those welcomed at a recep-
the term, they
n result from this. its crisp best, wash and separate FRIED SHREDDED BEEF Serve hot in ring of full of activities tion given by the old mem-
how Incredibly
CLEAninG :and are cause for concern because the stalks, place in Ice WITH PASCAL CELERY fluffy white rice. Con bers, including Lakelander
the trimester was
DRY they detract from
your Melody Ross
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them ost '64r 1 hair's appearance. The remedyis several hours before LEGAL SECRETARIES certs, lectures, baseball games Gene Ready of Lakeland has I
relatively simple. CoiffuresBy using. and swimming events, sorority been busy this trimester play. t

\ Philip, 225 S. Ha, Is featur If the stalks are cut In Officer Installation Set and fraternity gettogeth- ing outfield for the Seminole i
Ing a new, hot oil treatment to ; ers, as well as the Inevitable baseball team.
short diagonal slices down
\ Grove Park Shopping Center alleviate the problem. I each side before placing in late-atnight gab sessions, The 475th Air Defense Wing f

1 Goodnight Mrs Lester the. water, the cut edges will Convention Plans Are MadeAssociation were somehow squeezed between from Tyndall Air Force Base
.US Hwy, 98, South Phone 682.9.85 curl, making it party-pretty countless hours of study. has "adopted" the ROTC-Air
'> ((52nd .f a ...i.,) For making hors d'oeuvres, ing, attending classes and doing Force unit of Florida State
f ,t" 'OJ, av.noooaaooooaoe Officers of the Lakeland Legal attending the sixth I
research. 900 cadets
celery is excellent. The stalks University. Nearly
i* : Secretaries Associationwill annual convention of the Florida -
may be stuffed with any of be Installed tomorrow at Association of Legal Secretaries Many FSU-ers will long remember participated In ceremonies in
aooaoooooooaoaoooog dozens of creamy-good mix. highlights of the which the 475th's flag was I
I 7 p m. at Strollo's Restaurantby in St. Petersburg at the
I tures made with cheese, eggs, Lawton Chiles Jr. Colonial Inn, Friday throughnext spring term: the exciting triple added to the cadets' color f
seafood, chicken or turkey, somersault during the FlyIng guard.
To be Installed are: Mrs Sunday, Include:
electric air
conditioning even deviled ham or chopped Marge Rekow, re-elected High Circus performances, Janice Conner of Lakelandhas
president Mrs. Lilley and Mrs. Evelyn FSU
chicken liVers. Greek initiations, the lecturesof been tapped Into the
Mrs Ruth Sartin,
Celery is well suited to ; re- Robinson, elected to the nominating such eminent people as psychologist speech honorary, Delta Sigma
Oriental cooking, which Is ded elected vice president; Mrs. committee; Mrs. Rose Dr Harvey Cantril Rho-Tau Kappa Alpha.
keeps house cooler Mary Price, treasurer; Mrs. Scalafanl, Mrs. Llnsner and
I your quieter icated to the theory that and astronomer Sir. Bernard Lakelanders Patti Clements.
Grace Chestnut re-elected
\ vegetables should be cooked recording Mrs. Wilda Lee, delegates; Lovell, the interesting play John Hays, George Hasemanand
crisp, just barely tender. Over secretary; Mrs. Helen Mrs Ruth Sartin, Mrs. Evelyn presented by actor Joseph Marsha Robert arp among
1 m cleaner 0EJ high heat good Oriental cooks Lilley, corresponding secretary Bales and Mrs Edith Walker, Cotten and the appearance of those attending the latter
(g toss together and cook at top ; and Mrs. Frances Lins- alternates; and Miss Iris Cau- the first blossoms on the trees which has, as a special tea
a EJH speed delicious combinationsof ner re-elected governor and dill. of "Dogwood Boulevard" ture, a winter term during
a EJm meats, fowl and vege- representative to National Association Francis X. Busch, author of Elections which each student 1s engaged
of Legal Secretaries.
a tables. "Law and Tactics in Jury Looking ahead to the com In one research proj
The invocation will be
Chinese food wins favor given
Trials" and dean emeritus of students have ect.What's .
ing school ,
a by Mrs. Evelyn Bales, Mrs. year
with dieters because It Is highin DePaul University Law School
a protein, low in calories. Evelyn Robinson will lead the
and trial lawyer, will speak.
a N1o Well suited in all these salute to the flag The code The theme will be "Secre Doing AtUniversity II
areas, celery Is crisp, deli of ethics will be read by Mrs "
a taries in Wonderland.
Legal
cately flavored, and has a Edith Walker.Members FloridaPost
Activities South i
a a a _calorie. count of only 18 cal of the Lakeland Social activities planned include Of

t: y' a : Friday, luncheon at -
national
B and other magazines
B a Port O'Call, Terra Verde, tour By CELIA WILLIS as well as some dozen
a of London Wax Museum, visitto Campus Correspondent books of poetry, recited a
B a the seaquarlum and a "Mad TAMPA Final exams began number of his classic verses

a Wedding Hatter's party"; Saturday, yesterday as Is evidentby and commented on the turn
3 luncheon with "Alice in Won. the look of despair that is of events in his life that
;flv derland and the King and on the faces of most Univer caused their creation.
a InvitationsPHILLIPS Queen of Hearts" and Installation airy of South Florida students.It The second week of the USF
a a banquet for the newly seems a Fine Arts Festival began Mon
4 a elected state officers; and Sun. shame that the day night with a student con
1 a day morning breakfast. joy of seeing cert. Last week's activities included
a Workshops will be conducted the trimesterend the student concert a
Friday by the past presidents' should be e y lecture by Ogden Nash, a concert
PHOTOGRAPHERS committee. Eyeglasses, drowned by the by the University-Com
frames or lenses no longer in grief of final munity Symphony Orchestrasand
1505 S. Flo. MU .6958 use will be collected for "Eyesfor exams. ) a concert by the Air
the Needy," the philan .' USF has Force Band.
throplc project of the associa been selected j State Senator Scott Kelly
the site of last Wednes
lion as spoke on campus
You'll find electric air conditioning; ; it one of the bill buys you aver made i P= _uuuu' _.. __.. .,__ _.. a natioalispace ;( day on the upcoming elections
0an Investment In cool comfort, night and day u 4 - fN' "-" --mmm- ; m'H"T: mmHff7 comer- giving his views on the race
: CELIA
Im H! ence, it was for governor. His appearancewas
C] Besides being; cooler you'll discover your home Is quieter too, with ElEl announced last week by USF, in conjunction with the

E outside noises shut out on summer days and long summer evenings And ElEl :! w. T. GRANT CO. JI the National Administration Aeronautics and andSpace' the Meet rently the In Candidate progress. Series cur

your home will be practically dust-free thanks to electric air conditioning National Academy of Sciencein Coffee Hour

U See your dealer now about electric air conditioning to keep your home ElEl '1 GROVE PARK ONLY !I Washington.will bring over The 200 conference lead.. Maestro An attentive Alfredo audience Antonini heard, conductor

tJ: cooler quieter and cleaner. this summer and for summers ahead. Air :.. Ing space scientist from all of the Tampa Philharmonic -

I tJ: conditioning another wiy tb better living .ejectrlcallyl Eln !' over the country including Orchestra and musical
r Ili i ii Nobel prize winners and a director for CBS discuss "Mu
I o ElEI: II SATURDAY & SUNDAY ONLY jl jlI number of members of the sic is My Life" last week dur

Special I I Installation : National Academy of Scienceto ing the University Center coffee
I ,, the USF April 27-
i campus hour. The musician talked

o Allowances During April Ela 30.The about everything from popular
I
I HAZEL BISHOP LINE It 0 University Center personnel music to his philosophyof
committee held its
a ashy| air conditioned ..mfort and special Installation allowance, toot El: .P life
a Durl.., the month of April tho City of Lakolond. will pay you $30.00 InttaU Eli : fourth annual awards banquetin The best works of USF art
: ,, lotion allowance if kwy a 2)0-.olt aloctric air conditions; a $10 1 .00 It: '''' "" " "" '" >H "OJ'" m"' ''OJ ' ri the University Center ball students this year are on display -
a you H
J i j a Inst.lleNo..Ilowinea If you purchato a HS-volt ....I,. Your ....1.. will ElEJ i [:":::: ::::OWE! ! ;TIME SPECIAL ::: ] top room.10 Receiving cards was one Lakeland'sown of the this at two month.university Polk county galleries

I 1 a lond HI a certificate of sale Our cuitomor nmic..eglne.r will chock chi "' ,"' ,,"' ,,, Ray Fleming. students exhibiting in the
Initallatton; and w. will moil your allowance chock. Buy your now air condi.tionor Success

a during. April and onjoy true comfort this .,,"' ....,. Ela !I is: HAIR SPRAY Reg. 1.97 . . . . . SPEC. PRICE 66c 1111Iti Good weather throughoutthe show Haven are ,Sue J. B.Tessem Fitch of(,f Winter Bar-

a a (Offor, coed In any .... ...... by tho Dopt oftloctrle El 1 Concentrated SHAMPOO Reg.89e. . SPEC. PRICE 51c ':I to USF's weekend Spring brought Spectacularlast success tow, Joyce Brinson Elliott of Lakeland.and Susanna .

a 6 Wator Utilitioi, City .f loholond. .) El Iti Ii? SHAMPOO ( Large) Reg. 59e . . SPEC. PRICE 28c I HI week Heading the list of Added to our list of "Miss.
sports events was the bike es" at USF
we
t2 t2ii are proud to
a DEPARTMENT OF a
:; CREME POWDER Reg. 1.10 . . SPEC. PRICE 58c : .. race and skateboarding say are Miss Lakeland, Marl-\

a Electric & Water Utilities El o ?:t': Complexion Control Reg. 1.00 . . SPEC. PRICE 27c :Ij Tampa Ogden Tuesday Nash with arrived a suit In lyn runner-up Weeks, Freida and the Sclafanl.second

ETa ElEl iii! LASTING I NAIL POLISH Reg. 59c SPEC. PRICE 23c case full of humorous rhymesand Congratulations to these two
CITY OF LAKELAND satirical comments for a girls

EJEJ ElEl :: Continental LIPSTICK Reg. 1.25 . SPEC. PRICE 48c it:il campus lecture. The famous Honors go this week to Dr. I
t writer of light verse and tele Albert M Cessman, associate \

ifs SAT. AND SUN. ONLY U! vision personality, who "trips professor of classics and Imguistics :
ElECTRIClrr best I ulJlor.fjltiJtlivlnlJ.tIi t!, the light fantastic" in verse Dr. Gerrman receiv i I
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I edition, beginning March 21, All other news Items for the
1r ; deadlines for the women's Sunday edition must be received ,
pages are II follows by noon the preceding
Zv.i Engagement and wedding Wednesday Those for the Sat
stories for I Saturday or Sun- urday edition must be turned
1 day edition must be received In by the preceding Thursday
1 not later than noon the preced- noon. This Includes church I

t s ing Monday A wedding must news, which in the future will ,
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s ; Sunday edition. News items to appear in a I
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In the Saturday edition by noon the day preceding -
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I [FLOWER SHOW PREPARATIONS at the Garden Center tables are, from left Mrs A. Marshall Hyde, co-chairman of ;.;I i 22:
4e the readying of the patio, where show judges will bet the show; Mrs Don Kaplan, chairman of clerks; and Mrs. 0. J n icQS' the gentle woman.
Juice Saturday before a luncheon at the home of Mrs. Fenton Wells, general chairman. The flower show will be next I Jweeq r
.. i N. Llghtfoot.on_Scott Lake. Shown. setting up the patio Saturday and Sunday (Ledger photo by Harper) I This spring, fashion
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Mrs. Rebecca Norvell Is pro- giving them a smooth like- 't 2 WE FEATURE THE FOLLOWING LINES
feel and
new
appearance.
tram Chairman.
Annual reports will be given Easiest Way 2 I exclusively In this area:

byjallj'! standing committee According to home economists INNO
automatic washer ;.b 22 Adtlt Simpson V.ro Maxwell Paul Parses
Chiirmen as follows: Mrs 2
EdwinJTpolk, personal devel starching is the easiest most PARKING PROBLEMS 2 i'i'n Harvey Btrln B. H. Wragg McMvllin
economical way to starch a I : Patti 4', .
opment"}Mri. Velma Lynch, group of washables In addition I 1 1' "
civic( participation; Mrs Anne it permits the starch to 119 W. Main St. I MATCHING HANDBAGS I
Lane,'world affairs, Mrs Do- penetrate the fabric uniformly 2 2i 2

rent ,BJ r de membership; i I (Car, Main I Missouri!) ,t!
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Mrs 7ganita Thompson, legis- tested by laboratories HAVING OR MORI PRINTS 1138 EastMemorial d dI /
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JMrs Gladys full wash, rinse and spin YOUR/ FilM DESERVES THE BEST
report tm meetings of the Coordinating cycles. I BENFORD'S BOOTERY I Women's Wear
Council of Women Beat fjualii'i/ Feast Sen-let
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.1 1/-C LAKELAND LEDGER Sunday April II, 11(4m 1IJ Summer Club I


9 Speakers, Garden Tours And \. Heads Listed expert

-4 landscapingservice

Luncheons On Circle Agendas Joe Caminiti has been re- I
elected president of the Lake II

land Summer Club. Others
Circles of the Garden Clubof Amaryllis: Members will I I at noon at the home of Mrs I

Lakeland, Inc., will meet visit St. Leo's Garden near J. R. Glover, 503 E. Beacon elected to office include: Indoor I

I Wednesday as follows with the Ocala, leaving at 9 a.m. from Road. Mrs. Minerva Hamilton, vice
exception of the Camellia and the home of Mrs. L. M Chiles, Beacop Hill: A covered dish president; Mrs. Louise Welsh planters

Gladiolus circles, which meet 91 Lake Morton Drive luncheon will be served at the M secretary; Mrs. Mary God- potted plants I

Thursday. Azalea: Luncheon meeting_ hom _of Mrs. M. S. lassiter, dard, treasurer; Mrs. Louise orchid
-- Carter Road, at 11:30: a.m. Welsh chaplain Clarence E. plantsetendei
Mrs. Donald Gleason will
I E Porter Sessions and
+ Kemp,
speak on "Dried Arrangements
." Oscar Hoffman, board of directors

Calllandra Meeting at S:30a . I i ; Mr. and Mrs. Kemp'

LAWN & GARDEN .m. at the home of Mrs. and Mrs. Anna Laura Hofer? we dd./ preen
James Hurt, 403 W. Oak Drive.
dance committee; Mrs. Irene give stomps
Mrs M L. Glenn will speak
GUIDE I on "Mass Arrangements. Hille and Mrs. Hamilton pub

Camellia: Thursday meeting ii licity; Mrs. Millie Jennings,

"1'-( at 10 a.m. at the home of Mrs. ,A 4 sunshine; and Mrs. Elsie Hoffman
.;. By PEGGY BROWN Alex Diner, 2319 Fairmount a. a cards.
Ave. Mrs J. Cottingham Jr.
'w The club will start its weekly
Garden ColumnistThere's will speak on "Oval Arrangements .
." dance schedule Monday April

Croton: Members will meet .1 M 20, at the Magnolia Building simon'snurseries

.. at 9 a.m. at the home of Mrs. Civic Center, with dancing
Joe Bridges, 11 Lake Hollings-
from 8 to 11 p.m. Music will
worth Drive, for trip to Busch
Gardens In Tampa be provided by Munafo's Band 927 e. o.w yrorlt
Bit Of Magic Dahlia: Mrs J. H New- and refreshments, will be 131 lake

some, 2304 West End, will be d'F served. bHiepw.AhQ

Hidden In Brown Bulb hostess to members at 9:30: I The public is Invited to at.
a.m. "Spring Planting" will be w : +M 1Y : tend.
Everyone loves the excitement of magic. Garden. discussed by Mr. Evers l

I ing provides one of the best sources I know, what Driftwood: Mrs. Ira Eng ; _

with the lovely colors hidden away in the brown lish will speak on "First Stepsto

bulbs- of caladiums, gloxinias, Corsage Making" at the 8

dahlias, tulips, gladiolas, Wat. with growing gloxinias If you pm meeting at the home of
sonia's and many other groupsof plant them in a rich, porous Mrs. Gary Tilton, 3229 Carleton -
flowers soil. Use one part each of Place. A white elephantsale

I hope you became a lucky peat, well-rotted leafmold, rich will follow
owner of one or more gloxinias garden loam and clean sand. Founders': When roll call Is TREE ROSES are planted In the same fashion as rose bushes, requiring a sunny, wen-
during the Easter season Pot the tubers In five inch taken members will answer drained site. Tree roses should be staked to keep them completely upright. Planting locations H
They are the most glamorous pots, adding a teaspoonful of with the name of a flowering exposed to severe and persistent winds should be avoided.
of plants, with beautiful bone meal to each pot of soil. tree at the 2 p.m. meeting at
velvety leaves and flowers In Leave the top of the tuber the home of Mrs. Juanlta 4'a

dozens of colors and combina just showing through above Feaster, 418 Miramar Drive.
tions. They hail from the the soil line They like lots of Mrs. Norman Hopkins will Southern
tropics of South America and sunshine during the winter speak on "Biblical Plants and Gardeners Up I In 8r m
"
but and
they thrive on humidity, warm months, as spring Trees.
temperatures and other tropical summer approach you will Garden Gate: Meeting at 3p.m.
conditions. have to give them more shade. at the home of Mrs. G.

Easy To Grow Tar best growth, gloxinias I G. Etheridge, 603 W Beacon
r
Gloxinias are so easy to should not be subjected to Road Birds and conservationwill The Air Over Tree Roses I :

grow that they are fast be temperatures lower than 62 be discussed by Mrs :

one of the most popu degrees. They may be left In Walter Ropp.Gardenia _. ____
coming lar houseplants, as well as their pots, or treated as bed : A conservation ONTARIO Calif-Of all the can grow a rose bush, you can cane near the top, and a tree _-1 Fw w *wr4.u.

greenhouse plants. They may ding plants, much the same topic "The Good Earth" will many different kinds of roses grow a tree rose. rose is born. s-

be started from tubers, seeds, as tuberous begonias. In this be given by Mrs. F. M. Wil there are, and of all the many And, In most instances, each The average tree rose soldIn LA
at almost time area we have more luck grow. hams at the 2 pm meetingat season's newest rose Introductions
or cuttings any different there to local
are en
ways retail
nurseries
stands
of the However, the ing them In pots. the home of Mrs. Goldie are available as tree
year. Raymondo, 2735 Cleveland joy them, the tree rose literally about four feet tall. The trunk GRAVELY gives you out-In-front
tubers are most easily obtain Need Humidity roses, including the new All-
ed during the months of January Gloxinias need lots of humidity Heights Blvd. stands out above them all. Americas. Such popular new never grows appreciably high. design for out-In-front performance
er than it
and February. so if you grow them Garden Path: A book review Southern home gardenershave roses as Ole, Columbus Queen, Is at the time of Srovely'.mo.er.ln-'Iron!deeign glvee you totel v.rucfy.Naw.rN'
purchase but
They are brown, rounded on Indoors It may be necessaryto will be given at the 9:30: a.m. been favored by nature John S. Armstrong, Joseph's the trunk will porfaimonco-4eitonorHoiemowingol: oy the all Nnr drive
aide and concave on the the of meeting at the home of Mrs. Coat and Summer Sunshineare -increase in diameter with age. open" "leivni. .cure complete trimming wider 8,...., Tractor(now wN,
one set pots on trays with a generally ideal climatefor With amuSe.tencei,end other lawn flituroe.With .
a regular *etoed
H. L. Faulkner 734 Jefferson rose bush or new
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other. Usually there will be moist sand or pebbles. There growing and enjoying tree available as tree roses, Cnvely, you have your cholc. of n.l emowing "SwittemelK. S.ipttdIrenimiMion
grafted
pink sprouts on the concave are two methods of watering.You Gladiolus: Thursday meet. roses. And those who already plus many, many other favor. on each side of its o"och""I.cll ell-geer driven by ,).
ing, 10 a.m., at the home of trunk, at the top the two rose the powerful Grevely Trscter.nln.o. each
in ,
side to guide you planting may water from the top have discovered the virtually ites, old and new. .
with unique ewlvel action the .
plants doeint' "'I.
aCr515
Mrs S W. 2310 soon melt into
but if not, the rounded side until the water runs out of the Lipinski, unlimited functional application If two of the most hard-to- a beau. I SledsCho ,
should be in the soil. Cambridge Ave. Mrs. D. B. tifully balanced ornamental attraction ,, from 11 mtchmenlt for
placed bottom of the pot, then not of these elevated, ever pronounce names in all rose- yew-found
Sprouts will emerge from the water until the top of the soil Kibler III will speak blooming ornamental beautiesare dom (tausendschom and Veil- that can then be.

Indented side. feels dry again; or water from Glorlosa: Meeting at 8 p.m. often mistakenly considered chenblau) hadn't gotten together pruned and trained as the je1" GRAVELY
at home of Mrs. Louis Fogas- grower desires. yeacr'"
You will have better luck the bottom as you do African nearly 40 we
by neighbors to be some years ago
latter sey, 2907 Buckingham. Julian Whether planted singly or in w LAKELAND BRANCH
violets. The method sort of "rose expert." probably would never have
Fort Myers seems the safer method because Simon will" speak on "Land. There's no trick to growing known the fun and reward of groups-which Is more desire SN 16)4 W. Olive lakeland, Flo. 682.1511HARRELL'S
) of leaf damage if wateris scaping beautiful growing tree roses. able-the tree rose brings to /ear
tree ) There'sno
Flower Show spilled on the foliage Hibiscus Mrs James Tison, roses Historic Cross eye-level one of the garden's ASK AIOUT A nil DEMONSTRATION NOW)
.. It become 716 Fairway Ave., will be hostess special care or considerations loveliest and most colorful r 5WHY
AUTHORIZED
your plants dusty, A seedling of this historic .w SALES AND SWVlCt
required, no magic growing t
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at the 9:30 a m. meeting plant attractions
WeekendFORT warmed "
1 Next use slightly water "Cactus" will be discussed by potions necessary. If you cross, called "IXL was
and wash the leaves
carefully, 1 unique In its ability to produce
Mrs. A. L. Brown.
MYERS The great being sure to keep the plantsout extra long, straight sturdy,
Jacaranda Woodwards
: Visiting gardens
of sunlight until the leavesare Mark:
lovers of history have inspire thornless canes that measuredan
Is the subject for members at
ed the theme for artistic arrangements dry again. Inch or so in diameter. It
2:30: p.m. at the home of Mrs. 56th Anniversary
In the two-day Let Bulbs RestA J W. McDonald 113 N Grady Is this very same IXL thorn- ,
flower show planned by the well balanced fertilizer Ave less cane that today gives us
Mr. and Mrs
H
a Fort Myers Garden Council recommended for house or Lake Parker Heights: Arrangements George the 3 to 4 foot "trunk" for our "
Woodard of South Hartsell
next Saturday and Sunday at
bulbous plants should be fed for the flower tree roses.
Avenue are celebrating their
Exhibition Hall The show will
gloxinias as soon as they are show is the topic at the 2 p.m 56th wedding anniversary to- In the commercial growingof
be from 2 until 9 'iI
open p.m in active growth. Continue meeting at the home of Mrs. day. They are being entertained tree roses the "IXL" plantsare I
j and from 10
} Saturday a.m. feeding until no more buds Roy McClellan, 719 Parkview. brought up to a desired
1 at a dinner by
I; until 8 p.m. on Sunday. Admission appear: Then the plants Magnolia Garden: Officers St. Petersburg group friends. height, about four feet, and r

} will be charged. should be gradually dried off, will be elected and a workshop The Woodards were married then the finest, most desirable

\ With its theme" show"L'Amour and the tubers stored in peat. conducted at the home of Mrs April 12, 1908, at Noroton single cane (trunk) of the plantIs
Romantlque, the will moss or vermiculite which James Clayton, 224 Courtland Presbyterian Church In Darl- staked up. The others are

feature artistic arrangements should be kept slightly moistat Circle, at 10 a.m. en, Conn. They moved to removed. Two buds of the de-
suggesting the era and localeof all times. Watch them close. Orange Blossom: Mrs. David Lakeland 15 years ago when sired rose variety are then
Cleopatra and Marc Anthony ly. As soon as the pink sprouts Harris will moderate programon he retired from the Stamford grafted on each side of the
Josephine and Napoleon show, re-pot the tuber and it "Our Part In Conservation"at Conn, Post Office Depart 1
Madame Butterfly is ready for another season's . I 1I r
I the 9:30: a m meeting at ment. I tF. p '' fdw,
and Lieutenant Pinkerton tt
growth. I the home of Mrs. J. W, Y y
Pocohontas and John Smith Gloxinias grow readily from Melner, 1603 Clarendon Ave. making workshop will be con I PHILLIPS r
and Scarlett O'Hara and Rhett leaves taken from plants in Palm Members will have .
: a ducted at 7:30: p.m. at the FABRICS ;
Butler. active growth. The leaf-stem card party at 9:30 a.m. at the home of Mrs. H. M. Sweat
One arrangement class will should be at least an inch home of Mrs. William Whipple, 3928 Cherry Lane. 106S S. Florida I
be devoted to the "Romanceof long on the leaf. This is inserted 2306 Cambridge Ave. Shore Acres: Mrs. V J. Phone MU J-KII I
the Space Age" with ar into a mixture of half Poinsettia Annual circle Benton will discuss the varieties
rangements suspended from a peat moss and half sand, flower show will be held at and care of Florida bulbsat This Week's Special i

glittering blue canopy. There which Is kept moist at all 9:45: a.m. at the home of Mrs.E. the 1:30: p.m. meeting at the Printed AMlqu. CQ<
will also be a section of min times, and in a very humid B. Sutton, 632 W Oak home of Miss Mabel Padrick, SATIN ,d. ,a.I .
iatures and table settings.. spot which does not become Drive. 953 E. Orange. 54" Upholirory i I

cooler than 70 degrees The Rambling Rose: Meeting at Sun Dial: Members will PLASTICS ,/. 59I j
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Fine Arts leaf stem will root, and in 9:30: a.m. at the home of Mrs.L. visit a daylily garden at 9:30: .I I II' "I I
about two months a tuber will H Terry 1 r., Scott Lake. a.m.
DepartmentMeet have formed. I'owever, it Mrs. George Huckabay will _____ _ _ __ --I

takes about 10 months to growa speak on "Poisonous Flowersof * * * * * * * * 1
SlatedFine blooming, plant from a leaf Florida

cutting. Royal Poln lana: A candle.. of lawn
robbing ?
beauty
Arts department of the I,,, - --- you

Woman's Club of Lakeland has SpringfieldAMERICA'S
invited the public to attend a \

coffee and take part in the PLANT THEM NOW! Nothing will do more per dollar spent, to give you a
roundtable discussion on thick green lawn than torturer That's because grass,

"Trends Toward Reality" MOST POPULAR like any living thing, needs food to stay healthy and r
Thursday at 9:30 a.m. at the vigorous.
clubhouse, Lake Morton Drive. And Have Beautiful FlowersAll RIDING MOWER '
Just
Mrs. Mary Vernon Carter one application of Acxioo GKASS FOOD, with 'wRICO

will lead the discussions on Spring Triple-Timed feeding action, give your lawn a whole

motivations of the artist today team long-lasting nutrient for healthy uniform growth e ,

and the "why" of pop art. MoNO and lush green color.

Mrs. Edward Boyer will describe PETUNIAS 1 A wide variety of trwwn Try a bag of ACRICO GRASS FOOD and see the differ. ."'
the trend of literature 4-41-5 h.p.
Colors and Shades ence proper feeding can make In your lawn ""
toward reality. AGRICO
Plans will be made for the .
talent and hobby show to be I Stocks Balsam Geranium ,. $ 25" CUT One bag covers
presented by all Woman's Club ,nUl ,
Gladiolus Bulbs Good AMERICAN AGRICULTURAL CHEMICAL COMPANY I
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JACK HAND respect of his former playmates during spring training. How Is expected to see the Senators open against the Los Angeles Stewart appears to have taken over at second base for the

Associated Press Sports Writer he will work out under stress of battle conditions. remains to Angels. late Ken Hubbs and rookie Billy Cowan Is the Cubs' new

NEW YORK (AP-Desplta the efforts of Char'es! 0. Fin- be seen. Claude Osteen. a talented lefty will pitch for the home center fielder

ley, the big league baseball season opens Monday and Tues- Strickland New club, whose most important new asset is Skowron, the ex-Yank Casey Stengel's New York Mets doomed by everybody to

day with the tame cities that finished last year. Once again The only other new manager in the majors Is George and Dodger at first base. Ken McBride will pitch for the a third year in the cellar, open at night In Philadelphia where

|the New York Yankees and Los Angeles Dodgers are favoredto Strickland, a stand-In for Birdie Tebbetts with the Cleveland Angels. the Phillies are talking pennant. Al Jackson will work for the

[ win the pennants. Indians Strickland moves up from coach to manager for the Cincinnati will turn out some 30,000 strong for the 80th in Mets probably against Dennis Bennett. The Meta open their

Finley was blocked in his efforts to move the Kansas City duration of Tebbetts' recovery from a heart attack. The doctor the series of traditional home openers. Fred HutchInson's Reds new Shea Stadium on Friday.

lA'l to Louisville or Oakland but there was no general embargo say Tebbetts will miss all. will send either Jim Maloney or Jim O'Toole against the Houston The Yanks bow in at home against Boston with pitcher-

Ion the traffic of players. A shake-up of talent by trades and As usual there will be the customary special openers Colts' Ken Johnson. coach Whitey Ford due to start his new career against Bill

the addition of a thin but talented band of rookies add zest Monday in Washington and Cincinnati. The rest of the teams The hospitalization of Frank Robinson for an infection of Monbouquette. The Yanks have the same cast with the pos

{to the long season that will run from April J3 to Oct. 4. start their seasons Tuesday. The two-day 10-game schedule the upper left leg has the Reds anxious. Houston's opening cast sible exception of Joe Pepitone, who has been nursing .an

Pick Dodgers Yanks is expected to draw about 330,000 if the weather Is agreeable. will Include a veteran Infield of Pete Runnels Nellie Fox, injured hand. Center fielder Conigliaro and possible second

The Las Vegas oddsmakers and the sports writers agree Among the familiar names who have changed uniforms Eddie Kasko and Bob Aspromonte baseman Dalton Jones may crash the Red Sox line-up as

[ that the World Series will open Oct. 7 in Dodger Stadium with since last season are Felipe Alou, Ed Bailey, Roger Craig The Tuesday games will provide an interesting early test rookies.

I Sandy Koufax and Co. opposing Lawrence Peter Berra's pinstriped Del Crandall Bob Shaw. Jim Bunning Gus Trlandos, Nellie of the Dodgers and Cardinals, who meet opening night at New Look For Detroit

[ Yankees If the Yanks do It again it will be their Fox, George Altman Bill Skowron Norm Slebern, Rocky Dodger Stadium. Sandy Koufax, a 4-1 performer against the Dresscn's new look Tigers, with Jerry Lumpe on second

fifth straight-and under three different managers, Casey Colavito, Jim Gentile. Leon Wagner, Jerry Lumpe, Willie Cards last year when he won 25, will go against Bob Gibson Don Demeter in center and rookie Willie Horton in left, will

Stengel, Ralph Houk and Yogi. Kirkland Larry Sherry, Joe Adcock Al Smith, Don Demeterand and a line-up that will not include Stan Musial for the first lend Phil Regan against Orlando Pena of Kansas City. The

The writers predict little trouble for the Yanks but expect Eddie Kasko. time In over 20 years The Dodgers will have Werhas at A's have added Rocky Colavito and Jim Gentile, plus rookie

| a battle royal in the National with Los Angeles Just edging New Crop third base Dick Green at second base

; San Francisco and with St Louis close behind. In Las Vegas, The best of the new crop includes Richie Allen of the Phil Spahn Starts Bauer's debut as Baltimore manager will be made at

the Dodgers are 6-5 to win, the Giants 3-1 and the Cards 51. lies, Don Buford of the Chicago White Sox Tony Oliva of Min The San Francisco Giants open at home against Milwaukee Chicago, where the Orioles will send Milt Pappas against

j The Yankees are odds-on at 13. nesota Willie Horton of Detroit, Tony Conigliaro and Bill another prime pennant contender, with Juan Marichal, either Ray Herbert or Gary Peters of the White Sox. Norm

But then wasn't Sonny Liston 7-1 over Cassius Clay? Spanswlck of Boston, Jim Hart and Jay Alou of San Francisco the Giants' 25-game winner, due to oppose Warren Spahn, Siebern at first bass is the most important new face with

Berra's debut as Yankee skipper promises to be one of the Chlco Ruts of Cincinnati. Jim Stewart and Billy Cowanof 42-year-old winner of 350 games The Giants will be showing the Orioles and second baseman Buford of Chicago alreadyis

| most interesting developments of the year To a lesser degree the Chicago Cube and John Werhas of the Dodgers. rookie Jim Hart at third while the Braves will have ex-Giant being mentioned as American League rookie-of-the year

i Hank Bauer's handling of the Baltimore Orioles where a Osteen Named Felipe Alou in center. Cleveland opens at home against the Minnesota Twins.

firm hand is needed win command attention. President Johnson Is due to throw out the first ball at Lefty Bob Veale gets Pittsburgh's opening assignment at Camilo Pascual is Sam' Mele's choice to get the Twins off

Berra already has proven his ability to command the Washington Monday at D.C. Stadium where a crowd of 45.000 Forbes Field against the Chicago Cubs' Larry Jackson. Jim\ flying. Dick Donovan is the Indian probable





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'[LAKELAND, FLORIDA. SUNDAY, APRIL 12, 1964. SECTION D, PAGE ONEFinley V Associated Press Sports Writer

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AUGUSTA. Ga. (AP-A gambling charged up Arnold Palmer

ORTIZ exploded three straight birdies in a thunderclap finish for a

DefiesiCronin's three-under-par 69 Saturday and shot into a five-stroke lead

with one round to play in the Masters Golf Tournament.

Consecutive rounds of 6948-69! over the demanding par 72

Ban On BEATSLANE i Augusta National course gave the comeback marvel from La-

trobe, Pa., a 54-hole total of 206 10 under par and made him a

virtual cinch to become the first ever to win four Masters

A wiry Australian outsider, bunkering his second at the 17th
: Pennant Porch Bruce Devlin knocked In an and hitting a spectator's chair

eagle on the 15th hole for a 67 with a drive on the 18th. The

which him closest to Arnie's ball caromed deep Into the
put
KANSAS CITY (AP-Chartej Charles Segar, secretary of SAN JUAN. Puerto Rico (AP)
heels at 211. woods and all he could do was
0 Finley, owner of the Kansas baseball, said he had told Finleyin -Lightweight champion Carlos .,
Falters it back and
/ Nlcklaus play to the fairway
City Athletics, defied baseball'stop : a telephone conversation that'Ortiz, who had won three previous }:
Other of Palmer's sternest thank Heaven for a bogey.
( officials Saturday after they the new fence "very clearly is defenses by knockouts '. .I
Including defending master
'" challengers, Devlin a year-old
ordered him to remove the a violation of the playing rules.", turned crafty Saturday night Jack Nlcklaus fell
by from
Caberra
champion plumber only
[fence he had erected in Municipal The A's owner ordered the and carefully carved out a : v.-: In of of
.." the wayside an epidemic three years out amateur
Stadium to make right field fence built last week to conformto unanimous IS-round decision In ,
f i l la late pressure-proved bogeys ranks, came out of nowhere to
| the same depth as that in Yank.! the right field barrier In his title bout with veteran Kenny and it looked like a one.man.how. I move Into top contention.
> ee Stadium. Yankee Stadium after his demands Lane.
I He struck his big blow on the
Finley, here for an exhibition on Cronin and the Yanks Each fighter came In at 135 Arnie' Army, making up 520-yard 15th where a long drive
for the bout in outdoor Blthorn
game confirmed he had received -for a screen to stop easy home most of the record throng of and four-wood put him on the
; telegrams from Joe Cronin runs at New York. Stadium but Lane a 32-year- 40,000 was delirious green 25 feet from the cup. He

,' president of the American The distance from home plateto old veteran from Muskegon. w ) o d Fr Nicklaus his big booming: sank for an eagle. On the 18th.
had make three tries
League, and Ford Frick. baseball the foul pole in New York is Mich. to game wild and unwieldy, shot a, he trapped his second but exploded
commissioner directing 296 feet. The fence- the Stadium at the scales before. hitting the 71 and found himself tied at 21 5 i to within 18 inches {a

him to take down the"fence. here starts at the 325-foot lightweight limit with a ghost out of the past ave his par. ,

Finley said he had been mark, which conforms with the Ortiz, a 27-year-old Puerto : Ben Hogan, who thrilled the Palmer, the slumping golfing

I warned that unless he complied rules but the 296-foot mark, the Rico native now living In New ,. gallery with some of his old wiz. capitalist who hasn't won a

[any games played here would point of the V. Is only two feet York, dropped his man with a ardry for a'' third round three tournament since last October,
hook in the 14th
left
Ibe forfeited to the visiting teamBThe in fair territory. winging under-par 67. I was slow getting off the mark .
season opens here with It In the bleachers near round, but Lane a lefty, ---- The new champion and the old and had to scramble to play the I
( was bounced up before referee Peter KEEP YOUR EYE ON THE BALL Arnold Polmor hits from o sand trap and the bill h* fInword and six otheplayers holes In
Cleveland, April 21. that point that Finley took his had nine strokes tint seven par.
t I Pantaleo could start a count. I .t rho motif peon In third round of the Moirori Golf Tournomont .t Auguito, Go, yoilordof. > separating them frorr Birdie On No SHe f.
A's faced
"You for the
t can me, Fin- seat yesterday as
say Each fighter sustained an eye '.1....', who wont Into the round a loodor with a lovon-undor-par 137, fired part ." tho front running Palmer. in his first birdie at "
[ley said "that the fence will be the Cardinals. the rang
cut. Lane was cut over the left lint four helot end finlthod with 69 for a 54-holo totol of %06. AP WI.pho'olMAJOR ) Marr Third the eighth, chipping to within
|up when the season opens I Finley termed his fence the eyebrow In the seventh and It
Dave Marr a young pro from three feet, but lost another shotat r
He added he would appeal to "''K.C. Pennant Porch." was opened again in the 11th. IiI
LEAGUE ROUNDUPHall's New Rochelle N.Y., was In I the llth where he duck-
,,
([the baseball rules committee. "Kansas City ceased to be a Ortiz had a slight cut In the final
at 212 after a third"' his second Into the wa
"The rule book permits me to farm club of the Yankees'when round. Neither wound appearedto third place hookd I'
fdo what I am doing," he had I purchased the club in 1961," be a major factor round 69, followed by hard-luck ter. He dropped out and I
Homer In Ninth South Africa for
Player of within Inches a
Gary chipped to
[laid earlier In Chicago. "I have Finley acid "Now, if Wit can Pantaleo from Philadelphia the
been
cracked up on could have
whose that
[ read it thoroughly and I know eliminate the 'pennant porch' In scored it 1<<-141 for the champion game to him a bogey
holes give
final two much
"
worse.
What I am saying. Yankee Stadium the other clubsin while Puerto Rican judges of
72 little known Peter Butler His birdie explosion started
i Frick however disagreedwith the league for the first timein Roberto Carrasqulllo and Ed- ,
and Jim
Birmingham England, the 14th. He ran in a' putt
on
[ Finley. 40 years will have an equal mundo Fernandez called It 148- Beats Detroit TigersCHARLOTTE Ferrier each with a 69 for a from 25 feet. ,. I
chance to win the both for Ortiz I ,
+ "Any obstruction within 325 pennant. 144 and 147-143 213 total. While the cheers of his cast

I feet Is in violation of the rules" He said the 40 years goes The AP scored for the champ Bo Wininger of Las Vegas army was still ringing In his !

1 Frick said Saturday night in back to the time the stadiumwas 147-140. shot a 69, one of 17 who crackedpar ears, he ripped Into the long 15th 1

New York. "There only one built. "Playing the Yanksin i N.C. (AP) enth off Galen Cisco. and was In seventh place reaching the green In two and :

[interpretation and I make that. Yankee Stadium is like shootIng Jimmie Hall smashed a two-run REDS DEFEAT Steve Barber stopped the Meta alone at 214 two-putting from 25 feet and {

|There'i no appeal in this. I've craps with loaded dice," he Toronto Takes homer in the bottom of the ninth CHICAGO 7.6 on five hits through seven Innings There were' a half dozen at added a third straight birdie onthe
I ruled it and that's it There's continued. "You don't have Saturday to give the Minnesota and Hogan
on a and Dick Hall finished up 215. Besides Nlcklaus ( 16th where he ran the ball
I no hearing, no appeal no noth- chance of winning Cup Opener, 3.2 Twins a 4-3 baseball victory over CHARLESTON W.Va. (AP- with two hitless Innings beforean the list Included Billy Maxwell : In from 12 feet 1 !

(See_Story_On Page 4-D) the Detroit Tigers. The Cincinnati Reds and Chicago overflow crowd of 3,350. with 69; Johnny row, n; Satisfied

I TORONTO (AP-Speedy Bob The Twins' victim was reliever White Sox put on a baseball NIW. VOKK (N. .) 020 000 010 000 OOO xll. 0 |S JOUIIard IALTIMOnl < Dan Sikes 71, and Dean Be- "I didn't get the ball as closeto

Pulford broke loose for a dra- Fred Gladding, who gave show and Plahar IC), ........,.. (I), the National Amateur the hole as I did Friday," he
Saturday .. man,
power .. . ...
Ciaaa T .1. III TaIe"
I IFSC matic last minute goal while his up a single to Bob Allison and the Reds whipped the American Hall( ) (I) ...iI On..... Wear) _. champion from Bethesda Md.,! said philosophically "But I was

Nine Stops Toronto team was shorthanded saw his first pitch to hall sail 1alall.d.H. .... ...
,Leaguers for a fifth straight runaaofl Kill mar a, Pcwall, J. satisfied with the way I played
Saturday night to give the Leafsa out of the park after the Twins 'time 76. Oowana.kar 70.No amateur has ever won the Even with his long lead, he

I 3-2 decision in the opener of had collected only four hits off The Reds survived three Chi- Masters. never ceased to play bold, gaming

the Stanley Cup hockey finals II Phil Regan, Frank Lary and Ed home runs. Dave Nicholsonhit Bruins Beat Boston After firing three birdies on golf, He hit all out from

Jax 6.1 3.0 with the Detroit Red Wings.A Rakow cago one for two runs in the second a stretch of five holes on the Incoming the tees, went for the greens
of fans
happy crowd 14,075 OKLAHOMA CITY (AP-The 13th throughthe
The Tigers went ahead with a inning off Jim O'Toole. Ron nine-the even with threatening water
saw' the Leafs, who had trailed pair of starter Jim Kaat and Hansen connected for two Chicago Cubs batted around 16th-which put him within staring him In the face.

from the opening moments of made it 3-0 In the seventh inning homers one off O'Toole In the twice during a six-run first inning five shots of Palmer, Player Asked what his strategy was
By JACK FLOWERS I The Mocs accounted for the the game, come from behind to and five-run fourth Saturday
a
on three singles off Jim fourth and another off AI Worth suddenly went Into a disastrous to keep his big lead he said:
dger Assistant Sports Editor six runs on four walks, a hit tie the score early In the third Perry to defeat the Boston Red tailspin "I went out to make It bigger
the
*The Florida Southern College batter and singles by Darrel period setting up Pulford's winning In Ington in eighth. Sox a fifth straight time 12-3. He bogled the final two holes if 1 could."
The Twins broke through Five of Cincinnati's 11 hits ,
I Mocs took both ends of a doubleheader Fulton, Joel Ledlow and Frank dash _
the after being held to for extra bases but there
eighth
.I from the Jacksonville Oktavec. Allan Stanley of the Leafs had were

"[University Dolphins, 6-1 and 3-0, Oktavec, with a pair of singles gone to the penalty box at 19:17 two harmless singles ,by Regan'were no homers. Bob Skinner
and Lary. Rakow let In the runs banged out a triple, double and
[yesterday afternoon at Henley was the only Moc with more of the final period and Detroitwas
on a hit batsman, two singles single The Reds got four of
around Leaf
I hits hard
Field to establish Coach Hal than two I pressing .
of Infield outs. In the third Inning
and
Smeltzly's nine as the "team to Tom McMillan, who was credited -goalie Johnny Bower. Pulford a pair their runs
(beat" in the Florida Intercol- with a perfect game last' sizzled between Gordie Howe Manager Charley Dressen got and overcame a 9-4 Chlcago -

,1 teg-late Conference. season in the FIC, started on and Norm Ullman of the Wings another fine performance from lead in the sixth

I. was the second twlnbill the mound for Jacksonville and and skated 90 feet for a close-in Frank Lary, seeking to. make O'Toole pitched six inningsand 3
blast that beat Detroit goalie a comeback after being sidelined was the winner, giving up t
[weep for the Mocs in eight days was the loser. Southpaw Joe
and pushed FSC to 6-0 in the Mosco took over tn the sixth Terry Sawchuk cleanly with for two seasons by a sore five of the White Sox's seven

IHC and 11-4 overall. inning and finished the game. only two seconds of play left. arm. Lary threw three scoreless hits Fritz Ackley, rookie right f 9
innings before being spelled -' hander, was the loser
(Florida Southern travels to Right-hander Cecil Hock of
by Ed Rakow. CHIC.OfA>> ) .. WO IM 010.4 T ICINCINNATI
6t.' Petersburg on Wednesday scattered hits . 004 11 IuiXardt.
[ Winter Haven six
..... IsWlC.lm
Rakow touched . ")
Grapefruit League Although was
fee an out-of-conference engagement over the Dolphin lineup In the .... C..._. MeNartnay IH Taala.'
with Coach Don Por> nightcap to shutout Coach BobDaushton' tATVRDAVS teoni by two singles, he looked bet. .in lichala* ....(.fl.....Wartttinctan. W-O'T_(1))-_Hanry I... (I>, rk
V terBeld's Florida Presbyterian visitors A couple of .. ,,,. A aaa.a.ad Fraao ter than his last previous performances Mama runt ChiaaM (A), Mania a. ,
,
MlhMUhM 1 New Vark At I. Rakow, like Terry
|C Bege outfit key double plays by the Moc -."ama City ML) .. HatntM a.
''_ 1, Dafrwt Fox has been bothered by a
'
The Mocs return home for a defense and throw to the .., _. .Sk ,
a long to Ile 1' (N) I.
crucial series with e,........... ,. Cnrhw.._ (A) A. sore arm the past three weeks I Powell Homers
[ three-game plate by Huebner playing right r/w.w.h la Ph.....laftlo, S. Fox hurled effective ;
two innings
Ckwai IN) It, ..... a
[the University of Miami Hurricanes field Hock his n 1
helped preserve .. .
Franaiaia II.
eL.l.nd T
In Lakeland.
[ on Friday and Saturday shutout. !.. LMI.. a ...._ City T. 10 Innlnn.dlAMliO last Thursday Orioles Win, 11.0 1

[at Henley Field A clean sweep Southern together single talthMta. n. .",_TOOAV..... at pkllan. ) The two teams will play again;
put ..
[over[the 'Canes would assure runs In the fourth fifth and a-MU.a .. CMaaaa Cubs 0t ....11.... today in Knoxville Tenn. The' PORTSMOUTH Va. (AP) # i e

IFSCof at least a share of the sixth Innings for Its margin of c,,...'....... .*. Cklaaaa CAU .* IniMlaaa *!.. Tigers will fly immediately to The Baltimore Orioles rappedout t "J Ita
Fl j title ....hApr. Detroit after the game and 12 hits, Including home runs '
.
victory. Second baseman Ron va Clawlana .. a..
TIVankaat
workout tomorrow at Sta- _
Tiger
A slj-nin sixth inning provided _H. cud.M by Bong Powell, Sam Bowers
k James led the FSC hitters with ,.
.NUOTA vL enOI .T ItllOOX. dium. their
They season
ta Mocs with victory in the VIAL T.NN. open and Lou Jackson, and routed __
; of yesterday's double- 2-for-J, one a double accountIng a Ceti" v.. It._ Cillo at Kanto.U Tuesday there with Regan hurling the New York Mets 11-0 Saturday \ -

open / for Southern's run In the aMM .... LA D.dsw. it La. ..,. for the Bengals in an exhibition baseball ,
eadef sixth KY.... XTHOIT . M 000 100 I 10 I k ,
tJitisonville had scored an unlearned v.. rllaliKvMtd at ."* M.nn.l. . . 00* 011-4 0 0 game. I1' tkWi1 ,
...... .
Hock struekout five and waWMhMbsn. ..IM., Lary (41., ..o::. 17) 4ladIHM .
run in the fourth frame va Pittakuroh at pills 11 and rr_.., lullivan (Hi Powell knocked In four runs
walked none. Wnh.Md.wY. . lart. Parry (.', f>.altar IC> ."* ..MumMNM. with single and his seventh
QyUJw a 1-0 lead before the FleeT aMC> .w. .. LaS. Cep .. Sall. .. It I. W-P.tc" L-OI.ddh0 a I
Iocs' broke loose with their big JAC..ONVILLI 000 100 O-I > IMeMillait. L.b tsp.Former N.,,,. sMnn..b. H.II.) homer of the spring hit with
nc .. obso.e.-s. a I : .. font elm. .rton .. ho kilt from theN
.alKf,Southpaw Ken Huebner Mam CI/ and W..I...'I II two runners aboard In the fifth BACKID IN A CORNER-J n Rodrifuti Ipontdl o.u
[*etUh Dolphins down with a H..._ ..d.nCONO rNUn.OAM., Yankee pitcher Spud NATIONAL HOCKIY IIAOUS inning. Bowens also drove in .. 2 fal..., rough In third round of the) Mists Golf T.[..., ot II..t., C.., ,..',,4.,.

aat.Jwo-hit effort Huebner J.C"'IONV'LLa. . _. __ 101 IIIJ_ aMII. I 1nc I i Chandler now scouts for the T". A.'_..NAL.T. ..to.* Prta three runs with his homer during Thou Puerto Ricon, dukbod "Chi Chi" by Mi font r.c.rea) for l kirdio ... the pus 5 koto.
... M_ II) andd w.,...... ....Y Cleveland Indians. .....'. J. OaUait a. Toronto !..*. a six-run rally in the sev Wiriphoto
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2-1) VictoryFORT t ,


a Swami Slayton, he of the cracked crystal ball

I LAUDERDALE and fraudulent tea leaf reader's license, is at it again.

121 Kentucky 5 II O (AP) Ricardo C rty, a rookie The poor Swami, his robes wound around his throatso
.aSnal outfielder, drove In Milwaukee'*
6 : Florida tightly his breath came in Jockey shorts, insists
with eighth-
winning run an '
Inning double off Hal Renlff that all "was a gross mistake in 63. Now I've ac-

Saturday for a 2.1 victory over quired the mystic: powers to see in the future so get

the New York Yankees r. your bets down for the coming World Series betweenthe

Jim Bouton had his longest New York Yankees and St Louis Cardinals."

.. 1 outing of the spring seven in- > Friend fan, who tossed away 40 clams last year

nings, and performed cred- ...".. when the enfeebled Swami went out and pickedthe

itably. The only Milwaukee run _...."'".. # . + Detroit Tigers and San Francisco Giants to win

1'w off him was a leadoff homer by . .. .. ... .. .. .. .,< %: 'a aw the flags, sneered at the gutless Swami' predictions;

Felipe Alou In the first ... . !to .i\ "You finally got off them Bengali, didn't yah?"
The Yank tied the score In ,., .J'- .. \ Swami pushed up hIt slipping turban, checked his camel

the seventh on Tom Tresh's .' .. and vaulted aboard Dromedary III. "After gettin-
artfullyMTUEAL ... = \ trappings
bunt single, an infield out and .. .
J '#.. : burned so many times I vowed last summer never to pick
Elston Howard', single. Bob "
'em again. And I ain't. I'm a man of my word. He romped
Sadowskl was the winner and IIII
!Reniff the loser away, robes flying. .
iI Tony Kubek missed his third TAKING SHAM FOR SEASON'S O'INIIt-Titit h how She Sp.diurs 'lookeo from the oh this Friend Fan glared at the parchment: "Boy is this a kiss

week workmen hurried their. .hI... in .. . of death. Here they are:"
straight game due to a sort,II 01 ender t. | the keieboll rftemene' its .h.,. for alt
I
..HI. '. .between the homo .. Now ..... NATIONAL LEAGUE AMERICAN LEAGUE
back. Mickey Mantle and Bobby opener a. York Mote one. th. PI5bargh. Plretei. IA' Wi". )
,I Richardson had the day off -- - I. St. Louis 1. New York

UlWAUKtC: 100 000 010-S rewow I.I 2. San Francisco 2. Minnesota
I VOUK ..> MO 1OO-t 0 I FSC Crew 2 Seconds Dan Sherman Detroit
'i -' 3. Los Angeles
=. eph SMy5k./5.n:(I) on4
WS.AwaIL nrtfMllweukM. 4. Philadelphia 4. Chicago
Atoll.
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5, Cincinnati 5. Baltimore

Pirates Pound Shy Of Mark In WinBy Wins CageScholarship 6.7. Milwaukee Pittsburgh 7.C. Los Cleveland Angeles


Phils S. Chicago 8. Boston

S { Bunning, JACK FLOWERS I big test Saturday at 1 p.m. when 8. Houston 9. Kansas City

ASHEVILLE N. C (AP) Ledger Assistant Sports Editor the Rolllnii College crew of Win- 10. New York 10. WashingtonThose

I The Pittsburgh Pirates hammered The Florida Southern College' ter Park boats on Lake Hol- With In New York Yankees looked solid all the way down
an to following thefoot.tep'
I eff Jim Bunning for 11 hits crew posted its sixth victory of lingsworth. A victory over the of eye his father the late the line. Only possible weakness would be in'the pitching staff

1 I and eight runs Saturday, defeatIng the season without defeat yesterday Tars would establish the Mac Daniel Sherman a professional or Injuries to the outfield. With an infield of Joe Pepitone,

the Philadelphia Phillies 16-3 afternoon coming in 3I% as the favorites in the state military man Dan Sherman, Ib; Bobby Richardson, 2b; Tony Kubek, ss; Clete Boyer, 3b:

in an exhibition baseball game lengths ahead of the Tampa meet put them in a, commandIng basketball star of Lakolanc and Mickey Mantle John Blanchard Tom Tresh, Hector

) x marred by a fist fight and ejection University Spartans shell over position for a trip to the Dad Dreadnaughts this past season, Lopez and Roger Maria In the outfield, how can you miss?

rI of Phillies' manager Gene Lake Holllngsworth's. .* mile Vail Regatta in Philadelphia has accepted an athletic scholarship The answer i is you can't unless a miracle happens
Vlauch. print course. Pa.
to Florida Academy -
Tony Taylor the Phillies usually The 4 minutes and 2 seconds at DeLand. Military Five-Club Notional League RaceBut
mild.mannered second baseman It took the FSC Water Moos

"fi g . traded punches with Pittsburgh varsity eight to row the "Miss Softball Season Sherman Is hoping his schoolIng In the National League such .Is not the case. Actuallyfive

first baseman Donn Clen- Amy D" over the course was at the tw-year academywill clubs must be considered pennant contenders. All have

S. \ w lr denon In the fourth inning. Both two seconds shy of the course Beams TomorrowFor lead to eventual- attendance good pitching staffs and all could win the flag. San Francisco

benches emptied and several record. Tampa was clocked in at one ol the service improved its pitching staff with off-season deals. While the

blow were aimed. However, 4:15.: Three LoopsThe military colleges. lie Is the Cardinals may be hurt by the loss of Ray Washburn at the

few landed and no one was In- The FSC Junior varsity oarsmen son of Mrs Ethel Sherman, outset of the season I'm counting on Roger Craig to fill In

Jured. made It a clean sweep Recreation Commercial 1025 Susan Drive. the gap The club is solid even sans Stan Muslal.
Tempers began to flare in the and Church A Slowpitch softball Last season, Sherman finished
for the day, out-stroking the Los Angeles may repeat but Sandy Koufu must repeat
d f Pirates' half of the third when Tampa Jayvees. The JV Wa- leagues open their seasons tomorrow with a 364 points on 137 field for them to turn the trick. Certainly possible but I wonder

$ Bunning low-bridged Clendenon ter Mocs finished In 4 11 with goals and 90 foul shots to ]lead
: If It's probable. The Phfflle looked good and Gene Mauch
after being tagged for a three- Thirty-six teams will partlcl the team In scoring He was
close behind at 4:28.3.
Tampa feels his club Is vastly Improved. Manager Fred Hutchlnson
pate In the leagues
also named to the first
run homer by Jerry Lynch. team
The Spartan varsity eight I The Commercial Recreation, Is counting on his Redlegs to be solid all season and not
For Bunning, the big right- All-Western Conference basketball -
hander obtained from the Detroit stayed even with Coach Bill and Church A Slowpitch will be squad.His riddled by Injuries.

Tigers It was his first appearance -Daniels' heavier crew through playing during the season on 364 point total is the fifth Minnesota with its power figures to give the Yankees the

against National the start and body. Both eights Monday and Thursdays On highest for a Lakeland eager in best run for the money. The Tigers are improved but then

League opposition.In had a 41 stroke start and a 36 Tuesdays and Fridays the City, the school's history. His best they always seem to be improved when they leave Lakeland.

all, the Pirates collected 20 stroke body. However the Water and Church B Slowpitch gamesare game was a 27-pointer against After getting up In those frigid climes, they also seem to havean

POPLIN hits including four home runs, Mocs pulled away at the scheduled. Women' Leagueis Plant. affinity for flopping collectively on their proverbial pusses
Sunbreaker slated for I
off Bunning, Chris Short and finish, out-stroking TU. 3836. Opening Tuesdays.sites _"UOu.-''' __ ...''..............___. Dressen's Pussycats look good but the pitching staff is a
Ryne Duren. The Phillies maaged n-. As a crowd of more than 400 times for games, and gigantic' question mark and the infield has problems too. A
tomorrow are:
only six hits off Joe Gib- watched, one of the largest to I I good start and Detroit could be trouble. A repeat of '63 and
for your business < 5 view a crew race at Florida RECREATION 'LEAGUE
son, AI McBean and Tommy M. I some new manager will be trying to rally the Bengal from
Fields
:
vs. Independents
Southern an out-for-fun water
site life isk.MILADILPMIA. the basement In the second half of the season
.
for
your MO MO IN. 0 I skier possibly cost FSC a shot John Cox No. 1, 7 p.m.; Creasm.n' -
na.Wn .. 004 42$ _It W Iunftine vs. General : The Chicago White Sox may miss Nellie Fox more than
at the record when he Telephone.
for dote life . .K.rl (4), Ouftn w.( 0.....: course :
your (5) end TIISMsw O'k_... M._. Is L, came across the water in front John Cox No. 2, 7 p.m. they care to admit. And they always seem to have the unhappy
..
the 4.........1"III.' sM burp... w-sl.a.e. a. of the shell a short distance COMMERCIAL LEAGUE faculty of losing those key games to the Yankees In
Here's a suit that starts early In morning M_ .*... MilMeloMo.' all-., those frequent "crucial series"
Smith
M.rrn>Mtl p1.5ur,h, kirMfc. CltnMivto : from the finish line. Ray Plumbing vs. Sun-
looking neat end crisp . Keeps you cool .. .II. MeFerlMlO] A south easterly wind also effected -glow Pools, 7 p.m.; Jaycee's vs So that's It. The Cardinals and the Yankees The World

''" the Moos record chances T&R Auto Sales 8:30: p.m.: Series wlpner7 Why. the Cards, naturally! I
; . gives you the look for success and still CARDS DEFEATA's Had the wind been blowing In Starling Builders ''vs. Letch-

going strong for that night life. I IN TENTH the right direction, its likely worth House Wreckers. John Short Sport Notes
that FSC would have shattered Cox No. I, 8:30: p.m.; Forty
KANSAS CITY (AP) Julian the mark five six Acres Truck Terminal vs Firemen MICKEY MANTLE told Frank Eck of the Associated

65 % dacron, 35 % cotton , 39.95 avier's 10th inning home run, seconds. by some or John Cox No. 2, 8:30: p.m. Press: "I'd give a lot of money If I could be sure I'd be play.

f' one of four roundtrlppers by I The FSC Jayvees out-olrok- CHURCH A SLOWPITCH ing 10 years from now" The Yankee star said he wanted

a Ton Olive -Navy S5 to : lie St. Louis Cardinals, lifted ed the Spartan JVs 40-38, at Edgewood Baptist vs. Southslde to play as long as possible . WHILE EVERYONE else
?.,. end L.ng he Redbirds past Kansas City the start, had a JJ-31 and 17. Baptist. Dixieland No. 1. 7 p.m.:1; thought the appointment of Gomer Jones as head football

9-7 in an exhibition game in Municipal 31 edge during the body and All Saints Episcopal vs. Park coach at the University of Oklahoma was a fact, the Board

Stadium Saturday. finished strong at 40-31. view Baptist Dixieland No. 2. of Regents discovered they hadn't approved his pact. It was

None of the six homers hit by The Water Mocs face their, 7 p.m.; Crystal Lake Methodist r e formally approved Thursday. He's now the Sooner coach. .
the two clubs landed In vs. First Christian Dixieland
owner THE NEW YORK GIANTS may be sans a star back next fall.
Charles 0. Flnley's new-fangled No. 1, 8:30 p.m.; Lakeside Baptist
Alex Webster told the sports editor of the Mtriden, Conn.,
In field. vs. Free Methodist, Dixie-
pennant porch right '
Journal Harry Dyer that if his "legs bother me as much in
A high wind helped boost five land No. 2, 8:30: p.m. ,
July as they do now I'll hang up my cleats." Webster who
homers over the left field barrier -
S said, "If I had to football tomorrow
hasn't signed as yet. play -
at least 333 feet distant.
Silo S fOR MEN Rookie Geoff Long, Cardinal ry Senators Send I couldn't." . RUSS KEMMERER, a teammate of

outfielder, hammered a two-run Jim Umbricht's with Houston last summer, declared at his

homer over the center field Brown RudolphTo funeral "Jim knew it was impossible to look back upon

fence that has been shortened yesterday and change anything. He would want us this day

t(a 411 in Finley's realignment Toronto not to look back upon his passing with sadness, but to look

of the stadium to try to approx- forward with renewed hope. "Kemmerer is a Minister and

Imate what he calls the New POMPANO BEACH (AP) delivered the eulogy at the funeral. . THE WASHINGTON

York Yankees' pennant-produc- The'Washington Senators SENATORS held their final workout at Pompano Beach on
0x
v ing stadium with Its 296.foot reached the 28-player limit Saturday Friday and It proved to be a costly one. Catcher Don Leppert

right field foul line. by optioning pitcher Don _u.___ _m'o .. ....u__".. ... .... suffered a chip fracture and will be out of action for at least
Rudolph to Toronto of the Inter-
t Carl Warwick, a .186 hitter JOE PERRY former San
national three weeks. . Francisco 49r
this spring, homered in the League and sending Infielder DAN SHIRMAN n.med'vlce
back has been president for Greyhound Corpora-
ly a ninth for a 7-6 St. Louis lead but [ Tommy Brown to their Coeo khst.rshipMacDonald
York farm club of the Eastern < I tion's western division. Joe Black, former Brooklyn Dodger
drove home
Manny Jimenez a League hurling star, was recently named director of special mar.
In the home half to send the
) run Into overtime. The irony of Rudolph's release -I Quits kets. . "CHI CHI" RODRIGUEZ'S fans won't be stampeded -
game
Javier's winning drive came on a 24-hour recall basis, Houston Post by the followers of Arnold Palmer. While "Arnle's

off Lew Krausse.T is that he was the Senators' COCOA Mae- Army" buttons were sported all over the gallery, the followers
(AP--Gorge)
LOUlf . ,5oho 021 1-1 IP enessea opening-day pitcher last year Donald announced his of the Puerto Rico golf pro came up with buttons reading:

CITY no ,...I.)....00' 0-i II 0 UUNKIRS He White Jr. against the Baltimore Orioles. resignation "Chi Chl's Bandidos. . ARNOLD PALMER had more
,
sa/.kl. T.r.. u). .......".._ In. He had a ,-]' mark In 1963 and yesterday as managerof trouble picking out a hat for the Masters
p.Mo ill, ..4 M.C...... U..U. (.11 ....4. .p> o ,e'r' of buck .box he the Florida operations of than whipping the
n 4t R5s.1 ..__kl. ..wa.. (CII, .t"'/I'.'" 15). gave up 27 home runs. course. He said he started wearing hat when
"row_ no act e/wkr/5, WS.k.e.h. coMiht. while fishing, $..*. toko. the Houston Colts. a he came up

..,...".....L'.'Knu'''0-0'<_. "-10. J....... u.... The lerit wotflhej' 10 push MacDonald, president of the with skin trouble. Every time he thought he had one, his
W..wl.k. J.rIM, .h..... aa, OrS.r5hh r.leev'e FI.Mn"IW wife, Winnie, vetoed the idea . .
G...n. while the ._11... wos 5BOHnoor. .v Tt AmeUM n.. Florida Slat League from WHEN BARTOW defeated
..._
}' AT r I'r H. fished with oyrpkwonni IT4A* Nw ONLIANO.OrWaM. M Wllll..5- r4 On.w,. Lakeland, was hired by Houston Kathleen Friday, they topped their entire season victory record

GIANTS WIN out of Stlnky's Live lilt rain"Pw.lU Melt 17415.tiMvvwvnht ArvMiUna,(0 mmT I.wan..> at the beginning ef spring of last year.

SACRAMENTO, (AP- Houie. ...SOM..- .-..ii..O.Wrleht...tli.l. 100 110, ltoly10, DHrallr training.
.Calif. :
Frank Santa
Del Crandall belted a grand Froehling Fe Nine

slam home run in the third In- Beats Divides 2 Games
ning that paced the San Fran Richey

cisco Giants to a 127 victoryover fn Net I The Santa Fe Catholic High
the Cleveland Indians Sat Tourney ,School Crimson Hawks baseball

urday. ST. PETERSBURG 4.fI team divided pair of games
It was the National Leaguers'12th Frank Froehling of Coral this weekend.

triumph in 13 tries against Gables Fla. cut off Cliff Rich- I After losing Friday afternoon,

If You're a Cleveland this spring and moved ey's string of) upsets Saturday 10-9, In extra innings to Clearwater -
their over-all spring record to with Catholic
A powerful game that in Clearwater
358Crandalls Placed him against Roy Emeron Coach John Mack's crew re-
-
.
Natural Shoulder Man four baser was his in the grudge-match finals bounded yesterday afternoon

tint since he was traded to the of the St. Petersburg Masters with a five-inning 12-0 rout of
Giants last winter in a major Tennis
Ea7, caiutl masculinity. la the order of the hour In deal with the Milwaukee Braves. The Tournament visiting Montverde.

male attire. The soft shoulder, action: tailoring, call It came with Jim Hart Willie 64.match score was 4-6, g42 Leon Milligan tossed a one.

for sophlsUcaUd footwear too. Thcac k nd ewn Gonu- McCovey and Orlando Cepeda on hitter to lead Santa Fs past
bM Moccasins provi W U.S. Davis Cup team, upset Em- after five frames because of the
moot.discriminating judgment. The home run victim was Tom- 5 't r.t. 1 .
>;' ?"fJ erson, rated the world's best 10-run prep rule.
rookie lefthanderwho \
John
a
my .. I'
amateur In
departed in the third after S c .,y their only other Errors in the bottom of the

Style 27089, Cordovan Brown, Black, Medium Ton 14.95 the Giants had run up a 7-2 lead. : at meeting Forest-the Hills.Froehling's U.S.. championship eighth( inning Friday cost Santa

McCovey blasted his fourth exhibition Fe a possible win over Clearwater .

OP NUNN BUSH home run In the seventh , ...., power game was The Crimson Hawks had
DIVISION ;: too much for
inning with Cap Peterson on old Richey, a IT-year- taken a 9-8 edge in the top of
base.CLIVeLAN.. -wp -4 Dallas lad who had upset the eighth before Clearwater

551 575II 4a. U.S. singles champion Rafael pushed across two In the bottom

I ff:" ...,..... 0.e..:cOJ., lab ._5M...17s-1.... 'Ole I1 0.11 l ltaw 5 .,' Osuna and Australia's Ken Fletcher ,of that Inning
/ 5h MM in this
5.5U51
) 5.4 tournament.
:.. .. (0) asS 6..51.1E: arwxt IS): Santa Fe goes to St. Peters-
However
.;;: un5-OLV-5n1t M N, Alvla play in the Rlchey's sister will burg on Tuesday to meet Admiral
.N, S.l InnsSM .rsn4.lh I Ic M.- women's finals,
1t':1: _. against Judy Ah/ares of Farragut and returns Fri-
Tampa.
-- ., t aI I day to host the same nine. Both
W Ha who
N'S STORE GOGOLAK SIGNS upset the Caribbean i games begin at 4
p.m.
tour champ Franco!..
Durr
I BUFfALO NY. (AP-Peterl =::: I of

121 123 s. KENTUCKY Gogolak. Cornell's soccer-st>'le FIRST FOR SANTA H-Fether Thorn. Surni, loft, oreueW of Sonto Ft semifinals.France 6-9, 3-6. 8.6 In the other I SANTA 51"laA"IO'?Q_ t I' 1

placekicking specialist has S 1 HOUR FREE PARKING . (Purchum el $2.00 or more) with the Buffalo .... I 47lI M.yl"NAOr.n.(4)Na.4.
signed to play took "" out for few .h. efter Corks, former Lokolono1 Senior High ...ch, formolly send former I N n..
Bills the American Football Ml' contract ,..t..4., 01 the lint heed feotboll'' ...ch et So Mo f. Tho C.I", ..* Howki enter their I catcher Clint Courtney ., ..utuasaws sAMe
CENTER CITY PARKING LOT (Cor. Lemon 1 Mais.) is scouting for the Houston : " a I 5 I
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State High Golf .fr,4. : !Denison, Westwood Earn Sunday LAKELAND April 12. IM4 LEDGER.i-D


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Tourney Slated 3 lj. Junior High Track Titles TURKEY Mulberry CREEK-The Wins! Mulberry


High School Panthers

In a warmup for the Polk Ki S. Fannln" S. Ma.ihM. Sfaal. S turned back the. Turkey Creek

At Winter HavenWINTER County Junior High track meet ''O.D JUMP-I "ar" 01 .. 1"1 Cobblers, 8-2. here Friday aft

which begins tomorrow Donison K, I. ".C"" .'", W. 0'tlanoa, ernoon In a Tampa Bay Confer

T'/a.neht> ence baseball contest on the
and Westwood. Junior high I POLl Y.UI.T-I. M.C""..", Wl IMyen .
B. and Romat.er, S. tt. pitching 'of Mickey HaganI .
HAVEN (AP) in the group qualifying tests schools from Winter Haven ...,<1M, nchea. 505.51110 005 1- II I'U.'Y
Bill Dudley tt.i.:7.i -I. D. lasts S. tMVll CRIES 500 S-S a 4
and
Roberta Al- were Jeff Williams, Sanford dominated a four.way junior'I 1. H. 411 4. W. IIIIOHTH It....I and McNaawi Maran and Karl
ben, Tampa King High 4RADI110VARB
Seminole Bill Johnson Ven
: after- ..,_
high track meet Friday LOW HUIDLU-l.
School golf stars will be ice: Dave Shuster, Eau Gal- Kl a Van Allan. tit......., BT ROLLINS
among the favorites in the lie and Don Miami noon at Lakeland Senior High 'me, III 1 WINS
: Sayet
100.YAHO D"'H-a. a....., Bl SAmkreee .
annual state high school Beach. School. Wl a. Thamaeen, K. 'T.ma, 1 WINTER PARK (AP) The

meet which gets under way Teams that will competein Denison captured the ninth 11 220.1. .VAUB D"'H-a. 11......,._ D.. Rollins College crew scored Its

here Thursday. boys' division are Escam and seventh grade team titles I.11.1.Van Allan' ll a. Thm*,en. K. T.me. seventh straight victory yesterday -

There will be 13 holes of bia. Palatka Jacksonville and finished first for aU grades 440.VARB RILAV-t. Wl a. ll 1. K. defeating Jacksonville University -

play each day with team Lee (ninth. eighth and seventh). 121Ut Lake
Leesburg Sanford SemInole .VARB "LAY-I. B| 1. Wl; S. K by three lengths on
crowns In boys and girls' Tampa King, Winter : Westwood took top honors Inthe I 4' .. Maitland.
l" ,,.. .
I HOT RUT- ".I..t B a Meamar
divisions ,
determined by Haven Bradenton Manatee r eighth grade division. KI S. Curt. B D..oo. 4T.feet,
cores after the first 36 Other cinder '.1"'''''.
holes crews
Venice Vero Beach Satellite J junior high BltCUt-I. Wk.tile, t! S. Valentine.
of play and Individual hon Beach (Cocoa), Fort Lauder- participating were Kathleen and Ii, I. Curt, B. llanea, 14*.t.." 11.

ors by scores after 54 holesof dale Senior Pompano Beach Southwest of Lakeland. inchetMICH. JUMP I. '.'*.. Kl 2. P ttt,

play. Fort Lauderdale Stranahan The Polk County Junior High W.. and RaM, W. t,.. 14"."'. I.,....

Dudley who has accepted Miami Beach and Miami Palmetto WESTERN CONf IRINCE LL.ST II5-lIicil Rok.rton ., Wlnl.t H.v.n, weond from loft, sad meet begins at 4 p.m. tomorrow -1 InchetROAB' JUMP-1. T"..._.. Kl aAmbrete .

a scholarship to Georgia Dn 510.....*.. of L..I.. ..., ..ce". (ram rir>l. ,.t together for B cnt with rhir seed,.. sad lud with all field events scheduled - .feet. .II*Wi. ..I.''.,Adam. ., B. B.ttaneaIT !GOLI:

Tech, led group 4 qualifierswith There will be about 30 K.""*.y, connr, hridd $rf. Uni'.*rti.y bud. boikofboll. coock. Wmtor Hy.n Hugh, h... btktlbll at Bartow Junior High. Allthe POLl VaULt-n. '.1.( .. Ki a lab. !

a 72. Miss Alters, one girls' teams competing according cooch Jek Doodrick. n .t loft sad Lkln. 1 Snior Hih d*.*) bik. bll coch John ( Sonny) track events are scheduledto W TI4M I. Bamh'STANDINQI..... B H....ftt W.. I.44 let>!tl. 1K .

of the nation't top young to Floyd Lay execu- Powell Ii .t right Ktnnody !*... .f .1.....,. Thuridiy. Right In Tempo rocognliinf the Clan' "'A.W..t. be run Tuesday at Lakeland And B. "V''TIt 4 lISlisl. 54515.VID 4 .. <4l.. V DAY/:

women stars, will be a heavy tive secretary of the Florida .... ConUronct AII-Slr b*..klbll Norn. 510.,,,,*.. 01 solottod fo th. tint fins while Robtnonwot Senior High LOW "U."UI Math
I... 5, I. 0......... D' I. Va, 2..1. ITal.
..
favorite In girls' individual High School Activities Association _. m!mbr. of the xcond wilt (tLe",.. Phot (y Fl.....) (W Kay,i>t.r to Havtnll Akkravlat K_Kathlaamuth _Ban 5- . 115 .

competition. There was no .. ,att Lakalandli' ( w-Wattwoad ( ,-fl5.valn>t O. t. DalMOs.li..s.Horlnoa, 5. ToIs. 12 0 111III .
Dudley will face ( (547054, ""N'NTH 2>0.VARO B*.H-I. F'I"n.t. B It .
strong group qualifying test or ORAOIIM .... .
,0" D; 1 C.maatll II Time 11 4

challenges from Bill Whitten, girls DreadnoughtsFinish Union Nips RochelleIn .'. Ol VARB I *a.rtn LOW. 55105.15-I.Kl >. .....**?*Tuck.., 5.TI K.44ft."a"0","' 'J'1111.-1. BI 2. Ii, a.

Pensacola Escambia and who record. ,., 14. . .
: Instead girls '100.VARB BASH-I. Van tint DThma |an. Y .0 .IL"-I., a. wi a BEGINNERS WELCOME
John Elliott Jr., Fort Lauderdale ed a score of S3 or less for I. .an. tl 1. Mydan. B. T.ma. K.SHOT T ma.PUT Ills-I Baanaaan. 55 J"..

Whitten had 69 In holes ".1. I.C. dill. K' 1. BradMrry. B 0........ 17 OPEN
a in Dlawfard
nine competition during ThirdIn 220 VARB 0*'H-I Hydan .
the .: I Orukk K. T'm*. 14.1. art IU*-lnls.. ... ..... .
group qualifier and Elliott the regular season quail. Prep Track Meet 44*-VAAO SUN-I, CS.It.fl, tl tH DIICU*-I 4b Bl 1 Dan 8 :30 AM..I I :00 P.M.
Ulna I. a. Mart. w. Itanaa..
.. . is.h.SsO'YAID '
T'c.
a 70.Harold fied for II. 1 L it n D :
the state Thus, a HUN-I. 5.505. D, IRl 7SIIOIIJUMP-.5. RENTAL CLUBS
,
Bishop of Starke Is 'school had to qualify four Track Meet ..... Wl I. H.,,,,,_. W. TISIL'dllYAIID I. 1. w....., W. B Ma naan,ihl D 4'.(

another highly-regarded en girls under the regulation to A clean sweep In the 880-yard Ul; S. Smith Ill. B_.Ml". 214: RILAV-1. 5 .
trant. Other top individuals form Its team. B,tauu a. MnCsIS>; a. Pall lIlt ... pait. Crawfnrd. Thomaian 2K Dia. 545... Di, I. ....... K. D'...
run by the Union Academy Tigers -I. .m,tn IR). B 111'2". .T:"1..D "i't"-a. ,* f tt@aCENTER
.
K.
; H Dl 2 (I ST
..... him*' 5. MEils; (Ull, a. ;sci2'v51ur+_I. e.makall. ;
ORLANDO Lakeland'sDreadnaughts was enough to give them a N.ssp, (Ull) 1. McOaa (Rl( D....141." T' i.t4 .II.I. .. a.5 011.... I. and Tramwall. K. t,.. (Na

Mike Rollyson NamedTo compiled 36>/4 03H point total and the Polk 515 H,tall th Jump a. SlIl: I 5.ar 1.5,1(U), ,54Keith.Steiber..:.11'(Rlt, t" Aut: .me HOT. 1 10 PUT T. -t. *D'...1.I..*..KI. Bl I. ".; ::*!" 1l"0INOa B. II. X. S4i" .

I points to finish third in the Negro prep track and field meet T, ,... W 1. .Imk,ch. K. B'tUnca. SOMIOM"JU .i.a.K i.a "t '4' STANDINAS w n (51L1,
.
ivans Dad Track and Field title Friday. MP-1. Bate Bl t. Seatt. THRU> it a.OK K.A 112 BUI; -d.I w B.. 114, 1i3i 5.I

All-Prep Cage SquadPLANT here The Tigers barely I edged ,
meet Friday afternoonBoone's ..
Rochelle Panthers of Lakeland. Herzberg-Scaglione Rollyson Stars 1740 New Tampa Hwy.

CITY-Despite not being has played guard forward and Braves won with a The Panthers had 102 points t MORTGAGI FHA LOANS VA 686-0613

named to the Florida All center during hi. three years of total of 81 points with Titus- while Jewetts Wolverines finished Cop Shuffle TitlesThe WAUCHULA Mike Roily

vllle placing second al 42' third with The son lost a shutout bid but stopped HR'T MORTGAGI CORP. Jamie Jackson
State high school basketball varsity action at Plant City / 32'/3. meet teams of Harry Henbcrg the Hardee Wildcatsof Ok FLORIDA
High
team Plant City High School'sMike scored 670 points In 28 outings Other points! Orlando Colonial was held at Nurmi Nelson field Paul Scaglione Clem Keith.Tom 1 Wauchula 7-1, here Friday 'SIBVICI l.f I IS. For OuR da IUIINSIS'Ava. Golf Professionalj&ntinentat

Rollyson was selected to for a 23 9 average this season 3t, Orlando Edgewater adjacent School. to Lakeland Senior High teiber won draw.your.partner tfternoon without any hits In a Pk.MU t.111? La Inland '

the Coach and Athlete Maga.zine' He accumulated 1,350 in three 21 ; Oak Ridge, 17; Cocoa shuffleboard tournaments Thursday -Southwest Florida Conference -- ---- --

Beach Satellite III; Orlando Coach: U. Johnson's Pantherswill and Friday at the Civic Cen. baseball tilt.PLaNT '
All-America prep team, seasons for an all-time record
II Evans I, Eustls, I; Cler. next compete In the How ter courts. CITY . .. . lit 114 5555011 -T
In an announcement released at Plant City.Rollyson . 001 OOO 0-1
also mont 5. ard Relays at Ocala. Herzberg and Scaglione pairedto 5s1(7as0( and .....,i.. Beat... tea II
yesterday by the publication excells in foot The had Rochelle copped two of the 554 0llad.
Dreadnaughts
ball as a quarterback and base. one defeat Tom Steiber and Edward 'I

The honor adds to a long list ball as a pitcher He Is president -: first Larry Gamble in the three relay events but the Tigers Bush, 63-S3, In Thursday's LW Blanks Hornets

of laurels the 8-foot. 3.inch, 175. of the schools Key Club discus picked up a key win in the dash action. Herzberg and Scaglione

pounder has attained during his a member of the National Hon Other point scorers: Jay events and finished 1.2 in the also eliminated Naomi Shultz HAINES CITY Lake Wales

career as a Planter or Society and Letterman's Allen fourth in the mile, Gamble broad Jump. and Don Clark 2117 before en High School Bill Rucks limit. _

This past season Rollyson Club and active In the Fellow. second and Dwayne Glenn, The results: terlng the finals round. Steiber d-the Haines City High School

17, was chosen on the State ship of Christian Athletes. He third In the shot put: Glenn, *30,1'd 544, hu.OI" I. ..,....I and Bush gained the finals by; Hornets to five hits in posting
Tournament Fifth in the discus Bob Oen- Vii -. .tamer,.doe ill, I. tweet (HI.
all-tourney squad. ;
was selected to the
Hillsborough T-"IIItoulmire. knocking out Hilly Gries and a 3-0 Southwest Florida Confer.

Most Valuable Player In the County scholastic team witha brink Jr., second in the broad aoo..... dull IRS a. I.Woo.TlIwa.'"."," lUll Clem Keith, 46.U. nee baseball victory here Frl

Manatee Christmas Invitational. 3.2 average. jump; Jim Folds second and : tUI'j
;,54. I. Battlat Rll) 1. Blaadtawat In one other Thursday match, day afternoon.
MVP In the District 3 Among his many offers for Gioia. fifth in the high jump. ., I. I..... W. T-.4,411. ihultz and Clark ousted Elva LASS WAlll ISO DIG 0-J 4 1AINU
554-55,4 ..I... I U...... ...1_. _
Lakeland CITY 000 0 1ucK
at Dunedin and All- 000 I
tourney college scholarships are Duke 880-yard relay (Hasl54w, .. I.$,..... T,"....... w.."..... Charlton and Wes Boadway aId _.',...., .".t\o-, andlarnatt. A MATTER OF PRIDEWhy
Southwest Florida Conferenceteam Tennessee, Vanderbilt and team of Bob Oenbrlnk Ronnie 1551. _. .. . 1 J.wett ;1' .
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445-Pall dash I Flamm* lIft IIR 3029.
for two consecutive sea- Florida. Meeks Gene Allen and ".",. .
"I 1 W Iliama (U) T-'111
110.yard .... hu'.*, I. j.hisn (UII; Friday's tourney saw Keith WILL PLAY I do mora than: half the pxoplo who buy In our prict field
sons. Being named All. America Rod Linden finished fourth: I. 51711' IRS I. Wlls. IS). T-20'' chooit the Continental? Piopli fl"vt many rcotont On. of the
led ....'a4pas i I. M..... (UI, *. and Steiber beat Walter Vaneskyand BUFFALO N.Y. (AP-Den
He Coach John Edwards' didn't seem to have any effecton the sprint medley team orOenbrlnk. 5...". CUI') i'Llnfc (UI.T-2 04.I. most Important It her pride ot ownscsh.p. end the pleasure
Planters to a second place finIsh Rollyson He went out yes Gary Little Meeks M",lay ralay, I. II.."."la (hayaa. Arthur Katzmann, 63-47, for nis Claridge quarterback of Ne of driving the world finest automobile

in the Class A state play. terday afternoon after learningof and Gene Allen finished sec u.LiItw.MsS54dsn,..., I. I.U. rummlnall a. the title Earlier Vanesky and braska's Big Eight and Orange
255.51,4 d541 t. Harattan Ull I Katzmann had measured E( Bowl and fullback Claude JinkinY
offj during March in Games his selection and pitched a ond and the mile relay team .5.5,54, '$11 S. .n.f.dOl, T-,J 21: champions
ville i no-hitter of 5l 1,515 I I. ....".((. (.."'... Pataraan ward Barr and Fred Fortney, Tommy Crutcher of Texas
against the Hardee lay Allen Moore, Joe Garcia Crantan. NalMnll a. Un'mi S LINCOLNMERCURYLAKELAND
The versatile Rollyson who High Wildcats at Wauchulaok and Little finished fifth. '.-.". 3217 Christian will play in the All-
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-- June 27, it was announced Sat. 941 I. Miln St. MU 2-C1S1



II.1 Io1jiijiiinjTiLARILAID I As English Devils Stars Edge urday. I



Lake Wales 3-2

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Lett W.... Amdar. Ml. 2141: Burl Haul 4. 5.515 Tat K Teen . U. a04
.- Like *Bnny Met'I* Park II 2* ad W.II. S:2'I: c.....". 535, ..... 20T. 21 14."* waS" ".."". Dunns 5SsIal. LAKE WALES Doug English
a. Team Me. T Tlk M'/t D... ...,."... S5I, 4H.. M..., I. $15: IY' OAMtlrl TT1 -
1. Kralt Feedt : ITV* 44* .ok ....10.. *IT, 0... H...... Sill, VISA O. I7i Irene Tack lilt AISIDl. HI.h team .eerie. D....... ..ntlarHJndlvdual pitched and batted the Kath.
. : Howard K Kara. l4i H....... Raaaar .,. IMBurl 2141.
:: .. :. 'iolOa. Ha Ban Adamt, Sal.corns tel .(mi* ..,. ( *tmt. M.r la Bun leen Senior High Red Devils to f
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H.. (Ind,y.dual aerieti .'" Si..I... ..t, Paul..* 'vamnlfej, f.Tl Built ,I ,nIII vidutl *.. ... Mar.. Bun a 3-2 Southwest Florida Confer.
H.th (Ind.y.dual ......, .,II layette. .47'j SLUUlW..daft Laal Ha'tan. 4.., .." M......... 2.', aeeratAddv ...y. ence baseball the
.. Wan . ., ... 201 victory over
200 OAM . . . a It II 0. s Tl Llll t CAMS
1.11.15, layette, 2TT, B..*tr Beyd. : 2.: a.iI .:. in 41PlumWn TlItawn II...... 4.5.7PIN0U.T5IS Marl BunawI ay. 212 Lake Wales High School High SPEND
Ha..'ler: 211: .,,11 Treyer. 111II .' 141 LI"GUIWOll 171 O.MII
., Chamktrla. all, Haward H.I..... 1: :,.. . . . 114L IS L... P. Shut. 111, '.II '.11.( lIlt H.'.. anders here yesterday afternoon \ .
.... ... M Auka Bady i lit LII ,..... . .. ,...... ,
25i lay. Heater, 21" t C.. .. H, __ .. a. POll . 57 44'4 III 14 Judy Gardner. Illi w ; SUMMER t
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.. tayette I4TRIBITONI. 2. H.ah ...... 15554. PaIN, '......1. 001 I..., Mar*. Multerd. 1.It, 510151 inning as a pinch.hitter for c IN THE :1
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,t.,.w.. .... ,."to, I.. dii c:......... W,II,amt. 11, Mary Naetmaryk. ITIarkar 5'PdI SPITS ed a single to plate two runs.
I4SaSnaos ...... SDkisnds. U... ....... 5.tt. Ii.te".", '.4,', Dot C...'. Bundahl 1. ITI; III... tundahlIPLITI .. W. LI The right.bander then wentto
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305 0555 C.... ........ It -'1 Y"y T.ItIiI, 51SI5li H.itI" wall, SI._. 1151. I....
,.""" J......,. 210. WV 51isk.Ind . CITYW.. LIIIS. Ball. S.It. H..h team 5.55. II...... $31. victory for Sawyer and Kath 0I
211, 2,5 Ml... I. Sill J. CSinnklaI'd. SOWLINITTE 14'1" lni,4dial ll00. .. WsllI0Isl5
2121 L's'". ..11. 212.. CaI e.1 P. 11 45S. w., Leo, Ill een. Benny Boutwell had threeof
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Pai or Want Il0I'I 44"PraaH .,,.. 1. Paddy. Rad,ttar III M S,_... t. off Lake Wales pitcher Pic
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I THI VETERAN CAN STILL HIT ttft folder Billy truron .( the Detroit Tigers gratin, betting; fee ...rtl". pitcher Dot Wkktrihom,. boltoj e pinch homor In. the pitch by Orlando Pone Brut.. croiitd km plat *s umpire AI Salerno cheeks to WI

may bo the veteran of the B...,.. starting lineup but ha dtmpmtrotod ho Mill could hit wreath Inning to Vi. tho scare Detroit late lot, 64. truton. cennoctt end tmtt liner to acre h* touches thorn oil. (Lodger machine fvn c.", .,. photos by Hughei)

with guile in Tkuriday's final Lakeland exhibition'.,. mama with tho Kon.oi City Atklotlct. right Hold Ho follows through, drop Mi bat end htoai for lint law -aka-- baiting! .



SPORTS OF THE TIMES Warriors 'j' :i:": .


Old Warhorse : \ .; \ :
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By ARTHUR DALEY I made a tremendous throw to to wrap it up right therein ",. j

NrtoJarfc tim,. the: plate to double up the big St. Louis on Sunday," declared : \ "
NEW YORK "It's nice' Indian San Francisco Coach ,
to be able to come home to "What kind of baseball do Alex Hannum after his band of .
my family every night," said they play in this league?" Warrior hospital cases whippedthe : -.,... ,. .,
Enos (Country) Slaughter, the muttered York afterwards Hawks 12187 and took a 3.2 .
North Carolina cattle.raiser "Slaughter 'made an Impossible lead in their best-of'seven West "1A. ,
and tobacco-planter. "In a throw. In our league the ern playoff finals. .
way, though, I miss be In' a fielder would have known it The winner meets Boston to

part of baseball was impossible" and concededthe decide the National Basketball PART Of NINETEEN-James Bohonr.cn. end George H.,,,,..

A wistful note had crept( Into run t Association title, and as of now of Lekelond. display semi of the 19 ban they cugkl on warms end I
He didn't know Enos the Warriors hold an edge de-
his voice and he just didn't very Ae.
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top water lure In like Pierce out of Jennings' Fiikmg Camp IMeluded
sound any more like the homebody well because Slaughter never spite their infirmities
he liked to think he had conceded anything in his life, FINLEY 'PENNANT PORCH'-Wooden pods and e top lino mark she ships ol a Vikopodwoodan Boston's Celtics won the East In the catch were two S-poundri.

become He sounded suspiciously In the fifth game a Joe right liold hats that Is bag aroctod by tko Kansas City Athlatlci at Municipal' Stadium ern playoff 4-1 from Cincinnatiand
like the Old Warhorsehe Dobson pitch crashed sickeningly to mobs tho boundorin conform .. cloioly 01 tubs permit to Now York's Yank** Stadium. Erection could now have a lengthy FISHINGHUNTINGCasting

once had been, as completea into Slaughter's elbow, ol tho tedium darted Thursday and on hand was Cal Hubberd, American League supervbor olumplroi ay-off..
ball player as ever wore The pain was excruciating to lea that the lanco wot legil The ....r"t wooden. stake, ihownj here, I is 296' loot from 50 For WiltWilt

spikes. .Enos didn't even rub his tho plot but In. lair territory, Iud two loot from tho right fI.ll.fo..1. line. (AP Wirophotoi' ,Chamberlain hit for 50 Lures
T"Efen= 'Tils' name was"perfectfor wound He stoically pattereddown -----. points in the San Francisco vie-! 4I
his type of game, Slaughter to first. tory; which the Warriors insuredby
He barrelled Into bases "I wouldn't give nobody the It'll Be Yankee StadiumIn Russia Nixes scoring nine straight points I Attract Bass
He crashed into walls. He satisfaction of knowm I was to open the second half after St.

I wielded a murderous bat hurt," said this spartan As Louis had narrowed its deficit ld
Baseball\ was a full-tilt 100 per an extra measure of his defiance Kansas City For 64 Pro Cage Tour from 20 to nine points at the '
f By'FRED W, JONES
cent operation with him and he stole second base end of the second quarter.
.
1 he beame almost a symbol The series moved that night Hannum Isn't positive who Fishing Hunting Editor
of eternal hustle, Even now from' Boston to St. Louis and By .JIM VAN VALKENBURG key phrase "on the foul lines." WASHINGTON (AP-Russla he'll start In St, Louis! but probably First today we'll list those folks and their catches sent in

at the creaky age of 48 he Dr. Robert Hyland packed Associated Press Sports Writer Put a period after "fence" andIt has turned down a proposedvisit the same five that opened by Doug Jennings on Lake Pierce in case some of you want
still looked hard and fit when cebags around the elbow for KANSAS CITY (AP) Right would be a rule violation by some of America's best before the 10,628 Cow Palace to see what your friends did before you go!

he was encountered the other the long and agonizing ride field in Kansas City's ball park Doubtless, the spirit of the rule' professional basketball playerseven fans Friday night. "Bass fishing is good on just about any kind of casting
I day In Salisbury, N. C, not will soon be a green and yellow Much the Warriors'
by train for the final two though the welcome mat depends on
il to insure home hit lure that folks
at
want I Artificial
runs to use worms are good, top
far from his native Roxboro, games. near-replica of New York's Yankee Is out for them In satellite coun physical condition, Al
least 325 feet, but the ruledoesn't water baits are also good
"When I joined the Cardinals "I'm afraid this finishes you, Stadium, The next questions tries. Attles has two calcium depositsIn
t in 1938," he said, "I Enos," said the doctor, "I'll what, if anything, can the A new say foul so. pole has been, The suspicion here Is that his thigh, Gary Phillips and "C. W, Jacobs, a local resident, got 10 bass, one 10\?,
weighed 188 pounds When I have to order you to the slde- American League do about It. erected at the 325-foot mark in Moscow regards Bob Pettit, Bill Wayne Hightower have Injured pounds, one ( pounds and one 5'/4 pounds.. George Normal
finished my big league careers lines for the rest of the A's owner Charles 0 Finley Kansas City. The 296-foot mark Russell and Co. as too good and ankles and James Bohannan of Lakeland had 19 bass, two 5-pounders

1959 I was only 191. Right Series." alls the V-shaped wooden right II a scant two feet from the foul a. a source of potential embarrassment Tom Meschery Is playing the "Bill Dunaway and Arnold Royce of Winter Haven had 10
j Sot> I'm 193 at most. I was "I ain't gonna do It," said field fence a "pennant porch" lines, but in fair territory. Then series with a broken little fingeron I bass; Mr and Mrs. Robert Hagy of Lakeland had 20 bass:
jjayin' .eml-pro' ball\ in Wichita this indomitable Rebel, "The because he contends the, Yankee it angles back, conforming to Moscow did Invite the United his right hand, yet has been Ruth Allison, Irvis Moore and Susan Duncan of Tampa had 10
two years ago and I havea fellers need me. No matter pennant dynasty was built with States: to send along amateurs, outstanding. Dale
Yankee Stadium, which was bass Rogers of Canton, Ohio, had 10 bass.f4 .
baseball school I'll be open. what you say, I'm playmV easy home runs in their stadi built in 1923. however, lending support to the Hawks' Coach Harry Gallatin ,
.
in' soon True to his word, he played. belief thai Russia would be gladto conceded nothing except, "It r I

"Shucks, I guess I can'tever rle couldn't throw any more um."We can't get the Yankees to month Finley, demanding wrote that Cronin the Yankees last pit Its state-subsidized stars was just one of those nights 1.1T::.,"..N SAY Slam Tleee., 1.05 .Ceedar.m. 6U', A.NI a.m.,sac.Sec| r.m.. ,N 655,.h t a.m.I 4 era mm,am 511.
get fully away from it. but he never let on that hecouldn't. conform to honest distances, so build a screen to eliminate against less than America'sbest when everything went wrong." IF p.m4 mma r.s, a 's ..a., '.b a.m.
J J
I wouldn't mind coachin' a He already had convinced I'll conform to Yankee distances homers and asking for a .
the Red Sox that he cheap of "We hope the shellcrackers will\ be the beds this weekend
big league team, or evenscoutm' ," Finley said. league meeting on the subject The offer for a tour Amerl Tech Cagers Play on
was a massive and weighedfor Mr and Mrs. R. E. Chasten of had 43 shell-
gunner was
but I'd rather stay The A's fence-at the point of No action was taken and last can professionals Tampa
home than work in the minors they didn't dare run on him. the V-Is 296 feet from the plate, week Finley announced his three months before it was Four SEC Quintets crackers Mr and Mrs Curtis Marsh and Mrs. Earl Thomasof '
." He singled in a Cardinal run rejected. In reporting the turn- Lakeland had 54 shellcrackers
the same distance the foul
as He said the
"pennant porch. ATLANTA AP
(
during the rally\ that won the down Thursday, Washington' ) Although "Mr and Mrs Steve Powell and had 53 I
of Dundee
Old Enos is strictly major pole in Yankee Stadium It's 44 Yankee "playing field advantage Georgia Tech Is leaving the family
league When he got to talking sixth game for them and then of inches high, same height as the is one of the greatest InJustices sources said Moscow claimedthe Southeastern Conference on; shellcrackers, Mr. and Mrs. Bert Redman and Mr and Mrs.
with
he through one would be
about the 1946 World Series I the came classic performances of wall In the House That Ruth in the history of AmerIcan Russian athletes June 30, the Yellow Jackets will Harold Frever of Winter Haven had 60 shellcrackers; James
between the Cards and the Built. Temporary stands are being sports." violating their amateur status retain four SEC teams on their Brown and his sister, Bertha Munso, of Plant City had 30
World Series history to tally Basketball
Red Sox he brought back rich the deciding run in the deciding set up behind the fence. The .next move apparently is if they played the National 1984-6) basketball schedule, I shellcrackers."C. .
memories of the kind of ball Hubbard SupervisesCal up to Cronin. Association squad this, Assistant Athletic Director E Vic of Lakeland had his limit of 35 shellcrackers on
game. officials discount
U.S.
player he really wai There With the score tied In the Hubbard, supervisor of that other countries on Tonto Coleman listed the four Monday morning and Tom Dawson and party of Lakeland had I
noting
were at least three illustra : Auburn, Georgia, Tennesseeand 100 also on Monday. . ." I
as
Old Warhorse
eighth the American do
tive Incidents, League umpires, was City Seeks the NBA team's itinerary
rifled a single to center, The on hand to watch constructionat I not feel their amateurs will be, Mississippi State. He said And we have more photos from Mrs. Hannah at The Bait I
In the fourth game the Red next two men were retired the request of league President Softball Limps sullied by competing against the Jackets will not play Ken Well on E, Glendale. These Include: "Melvln Gibbs 524 W.I

Sox had the bases full\ when and Slaughter already was Joe Cronin. Hubbard declined The Parks and Recreation American professionals tucky and Vanderbilt next Hancock, with a 5'/J' pound bass caught from the Saddle Creek I
Hal Wagner hit a towering fly City
running when Harry (The comment, except to offer The whole thing came as a season Area on a black eel.
:'o deepest right. Rudy York Walker shot Department Is seekingmen . ..... ....
"Jim
Hat
) dumped a a rule book. surprise to Red Auerbach, Boston Hurt* 1(14 E. Smithfield Circle, with seven bass
home tagged with up on'What third he and thoughtwas jogged in left center If the Red Sox The rule, which applies to to umpire the depart Celtics coach who is scheduled ) largest 3>/S pounds, from the phosphate pools east of.Lakeland!
had built a brick wall at each parks built since 1958, specifies: ment-sponsored Softball games to coach the touring pros on a black worm.'Fourteen.

He never an easy made automatic It. Slaughter run. base they couldn't have stopped .. . A minimum distance of thIs summer :There will be "I didn't know we were supposed 4 .
Enos, He would have 325 feet from home base to the fast pitch, slow pitch and to go to Russia In the Pounder Leads In Contest
ploughed right through them, neatest fence, stand or other first place," Auerbach said In H'
williams Will He tore around second He obstruction on the right or left women's leagues. Boston 'fe "Ronnie Stephenson'with 19 specks, an whoppers, he and

tore around third. field foul lines . ." Interested persons should As things now stand, the NBA P Pre his dad caught on Missouri minnows south of Lakeland. (An|
Fight Jones Mike Gonzales was coaching Within Rule contact George Toy of the stars will travel next month to . when you see that photo you'll agree they are whoppers aright

at third baae and he held Finley's fence apparently Is Rocreatlon Department at the Communist Poland-which initiated ;..... :: :,1'c' One of them looks like an actual three-pounderf I)
HOUSTON (AP) Managers up both hands. It was the stop within the rule because of the Teen Midway. the Invitation Romaniaand :" "Renea Acker and her father Alfred, of 208 Terrace Way
of fifth.ranked heavyweightboxer sign. Slaughter went throughIt then to Yugoslavia and the hold the 10M pound bass they caught from a pit west of Lak
Cleveland Williams say like a lady motorist. Johnny United Arab Republic.The land. ]

No.1 contender Doug Jones of Pesky, then the Red Sox American amateurs a I According to our Information, the top bass In the Lake
New York has agreed to fight shortstop and now the Red'Sox for Poland next weekand Wales contest this week 10
4 heading past was a % pounder caught fro**]
Williams\ for SSO,000, manager, took the relay
Culberson ,and r 1. will go on to Russia to playan Lake Pierce ,out of Jenning's Camp by C. W Jacobs
from Leon
Williams, who fights out of
eight-game schedule And the top bass in the U.S. Open Black Bass
wheeled toward the plate He Champii
Houston, Is managed by Hugh
Benbow and K.S. (Bud) Adams, froze in disbelief. That ,wild- V.w' .,. ships, the Winter Haven contest was a really big 14 pounder]
who said Jones' Manager, Alex man, Slaughter, was racingfor Moc GolfersIn caught from the Withlacoochee River near Dunnellon.

Koskowitz, agreed to the fight home. The paralyzing FIC Meet .'f. ,. *
of hesitancy was fa : ,,, :i' i, "
in a telephone conversation moment w 4. has been lot of discussion
: .; There a recently regarding the|
tal. With a thunderous slide Florida Southern College : '
Thursday in The 111'lASS purchase of areas for "multiple use" and using the funds ;
doing
the man who gloried golfers will compete Mon "
rived from the state recreational fund. Governor Farris Bryant .
his
completed
the Intercollegiate
WRIGHT impossible day In the Florida
BEATS mission. He had Just made the Conference Championships and Secretary of State Tom Adams both have been quoted\

BRUNO SANTINIROME Cardinals the .champions. of at the Rio Plnar Golf As we wrote at the time the effort was being made to past ''.>'',
L the world. Course In Orlando. the Constitutional Amendment which allowed the Issuing !t"

Italy (AP) Ted It was that fierce inner drive The tournament will be a bonds to finance these recreational area and facility\ puM
Wright, 159, of Detroit, floored which made the Carolinian so 3s-hole event.Participating. chases, the actions of the board would need to be watched.(
Santini, 160, Italy, in the He never Coach lIalWaters' f
Bruno 1 great a ball player. for We have no objections to the use of the money to purchase
second round and went ton to' walked to his position. He ran. links crew will be CATCH-Jen* Cloik areas which can be used for other purposes such .
score i i 10th round technical I' He tried for, everything He Grover Matheney, Don Richards
flood control and water the
Sr. holdi up She "-'0.,1 block management provided prima
He could Dick Dor-
knockout Friday night. quit on nothing. run, David Grimes
law ho caught while Inking use be for recreation AND that a share of the cost be bournelby
The' referee stopped the fight throw, field and hit with pow man, John Eames and Dick
in the last round at the Rome er He had all the Ingredients. STRING 0* FISH-Emmett Corokor, right, end Buddy Cor. Schlamel. Because of schol- photphote pit wash ,f lekolondH the other users. >
Sports Palace because Santini! It was a positive pleasure to j odor. hold up tho string .f fish/ they caught ", hll. fithlng Scott astic problems, Scudder Gray mod live shiners for bait and But all taxpayers must keep on the watch. We do notl
was bleeding profusely from a' encounter the Old Warhorse Like ...t ol Stl"k,', Use Isle Ho.,.. They HMO' block worms for beal and Bud Mersey will not flaked out of Sli"k,', U.. ...itH want the politicians spending our money for other uses and

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rI Across CHILLY STEEL _LAKELAND LEDGER, Sunday April 12. 1M4_ S-DI

Although at extremely low I

Hole Disastrous temperature most metals wlU 4 Ward Officials Forecast

become very brittle, a special 4 "acv
ENGLEWOOD Colo. (AP- 9% nickel steel has been developed F
Richard Elklns drove More Expansion In 1964
across a to remain unaffected by j f sM
hole in the road j
Friday and the
engine, transmission and differ.I temperatures as low as -320* CHICAGO-A continued high Ing structure and systems to

entlal of hit F. It la used In the cryogenic In rate of expansion and modernl meet the new competitive challenges .
compact car fell dustry for transporting and storing
of the 1960 largely has
ration in 1964 was forecast for
out.The supercold liquid gases been completed."

hole 24 feet long, It two Montgomery Ward by Chairman Forty.four per cent of the na-
Heinrich Schliemtnn discovered John A. Barr and President
feet deep In spots Elkins tional retail merchandiser's
not inlured was the ruins of Troy and other Robert E. Brooker In their an- sales were made on credit during

ancient cities nual report letter to the com- the 1963 fiscal year, which

pany's 96,000 stockholders ended last Jan. 29, and Its total
MAKEYOURMOVENOW
on Beautiful Lake Thonotosassa I In 1963, capital expenditures sales exceeded l'/4 billion dollars ,
: reached an all-time high of $74 for the first time In Its 92-

STEVE'S million and are projected at year history -

about the same rate for 1964, Notes Store Sales
II1. RUSTIC Barr and Brooker reported,
LODGE noting 1962 capital expenditureswere The annual report disclosed (for
n2,150OOO. that retail store sales In 18
WORLD FAMOUS FOR metropolitan markets accountedfor
Twenty four new MontgomeryWard
49 per cent of Ward total
retail stores openedin CAREER INAUTOMATION
were A
STEAKS ?? SEAFOODSt. 1963. compared with 10 In retail sales last year, and 74
cent of the
per company's catalog -

rata., .."....ruht MLwN... M s.,........La.,'.7,.."and.. .,.1..._. .tat..Lark.N". .... MIN d twonty-two Ie SMvt 1962, and in 1964 24 new Thirty ones.are seven scheduled old- sales were made to customers
In urban
living areas
stores were rehabilitated In 1963
Far isrvef/sm Call ttth w CM Earnings Increased to S20,966-
and 60 will\ be rehabilitat-
more 606, equivalent to $1.57 per share Though automation Is
Cocktail QQQ lTfl Closed eoV-new store fronts, new floor of common stock, as comparedto eliminating many Jobs, it is
fixtures, new lighting,
Lounge 7OO-IO/I Monday ing new S20,413 681 or $1.51 per share already netting thousand of
new display equipment, air condittomng -
last The stated
TAMPA in 1964. year report responsible positions for men
; 'LrrtYa -
O.ralM.wt that the earnings for the last and
women programming
Tii.iJiri threufh Setur4.y4JO: t. 10:30 ,... Halls New SystemA two years' Included the effectof the electronic
3vn4'r*-1 l. TO 9... of the reduction In federal In- computers
new'.ystem encouraging that male all automation
come taxes resulting from Investment -
self-selection of merchandise by
There is
possible virtually
credits on capital ex-
cashier
+ customers, utilizing
Y
.tp for fixtures and no limit to
f penditures your opportunities
M
Is Wards
booths, permitting
1MMraMSa ,
ia 1 equipment This amounted to for advancement and
TODAY. at MORRISON'Striioy stores "to operate more efficiently
. and to better schedulethe S2,255,000 in fiscal 1963 and high pay in this fascinating,
$482,000 in fiscal 1962 fast'growing field If
; the HAPPXDif fcrcnceAt working hours of employesto you
,
,_ At the end of the Wards
year
;" ambitious
rr M p 11 meet the ever-Increasing demand are an analytically
of customers for more eve'was operating 512 retail stores -minded US graduate
and 737 catalog stores.
) ning openings"The 1745, you can qualify. No

r J'Z two top executives also special math or previous

A ' .,y reported that "reorganizationof 'I MAST 8 DAYS Ii training is needed.

the company's merchandis-, The Electronic Computer

Programming Training

SS Rice QueenCompletes I Centet has trained thousands

nIfr1ir to become skilled
.I
SERVICE STATIONS, THIN AND NOW-Th.r.'s ,ulu e 4iH..co bttwctn the ..-."'. First programmers of IBM com

filling ...ti... .f 1914 (tt.pl) ad the lup.,.|.rvic* i..tl.i n liki the Pur Oil S.nlc. C...,.. a. South puters.The Center operatesa

1 1I FI rU. Av.*v. (b.fHml ken. Th. Fur Oil C-,."r> currently clkr.tinf Iti SOth y*.r, hll bails Round-Trip nationwide placement bureau
cktln .f 1 1C mdtrn ...tl... 1914.
II' 000 sine STOCKTON. Calif. An Im- and many of its grad

I11 I- s.' portant change In trade pat- uates are now with world-

Pure Oil Marks Its 50th Tampa Electric terns for phosphate rock was famous corporations.
signaled this week when the SS
Make your move now to
Employe Truby Rice Queen completed her 1 enter this limitless field

Year With Old Cars TourOn Jones PromotedTampa maiden round-trip voyage here. Mail the coupon below for

The ship carried 14,000 tons FREE
Monday, two 1914 ModelT Cabin Creek, W.Va., marks of phosphate rock from Florida your own Qualification

Ford cars will begin a 30-day, the site of the company's first Electric Company has for West Coast markets. This Chart.
I 2,500-mile tour of eight states oil discovery In December of announced the promotion of I. the first of some 100,000 tons ---- - -

I with Miami as the starting 1914, only eight months after It Truby L Jones Jr,, to manager of the fertilizer material that \n IlHtTMll CwMTr PrSpn.H" I II
point. was organized This event set I will be shipped to the company lm,j:::.,, IM. '

Morrison's, comfortable seating, FREE. Antique auto buffs Mr. and the company, which at the time of the company's South Hills- this year by International Min it a.. M.1ST th Un* Ltf9
PLATE Mrs. Jerry Zehner of Maywood, was primarily Interested in nat borough Division I I 1 effective erals & Chemical Corporation. I .. my Out! ll alln ChartMumMrtStrMt.
charming colors, soft music, soothing CHT'hlD Nights III.[ and Mr and Mrs, Ronald ural gas, on its way to becoming April I. He had been managerof Previously, the West Coast I loft wthwt ..1,5.. ,..n, I

lights' conditioning, convenient table Children 12 Ind und. Patzer of Batavia. Ill., are the one of the nations major engineering and operations,' has been the captive market of 1"I I
filth 11II11II1 Oft pilots, and their costumes for producers of oil Polk County Division, and now Southwest and Mountain state
arrangement. . even handbag holders I acacMelates, fREE he trip date back to authentic In 1914, Beman G Dawes was replaces Art Pettigrew who resigned -phosphate producers because I .............. I II
1914 fashions The Zehners and president Today Robert L. as head of the division phosphate freight rates from I IIlhll
i for the ladies... all enhance your meat- SPECIAL Patzers are members of the Milligan, who joined Pure in based In Ruskin Florida to California were prohibitive I c1lr.1 .-, .....,.......

time enjoyment. Pleasant STEAK NIGHTS Midwest Chapter of the Model 1920, is president and chief executive Jones has been In charge of But Bulk Food Carriers
surroundings
Sal & Sun Night Ford Club International. officer of the company. operations in Winter Haven which owns the Ric _.%1, Cod. ,,_ I

are }ust one) of) the hippy differences a. Ib elraIAltII One of the longest ever taken The company s headquartersis since June,'1958, and has been Queen, has received approval 1 MNm roe
FI 4 tlbbIIOtn cool d. IT antique autos, the tour Is in Palatine, 111\ and Its total with TECO since 1949! He start on a rate that makes Floridaphosphate. COlI bO root."",.,? .,...... I
at Harrison annual million wIt I \ I
45.'S sponsored by The Pure sales exceed $700 ed as an electrician helper competitive Heil theca, MNING C DAY 0
which Is celebratIng It operates 16,000 service station and then was granted a leav, Western phosphates. L ____ __ J
Oil -
1Nt192D.No r a a kd d,..A M l WI l L]E 1'I I Company, 's and 270 truck stops In 26, of absence In 1953 to attend college .. The 526-foot vessel picks U[

states He was graduated fro m I phosphate from IMC at the per' --
1 ;f't the University of Florida with I of Boca Grande, near Tampa

I J a degree in electrical engineering .. IMC is the world largAit jrivate DRIVE-IN THEATRES 4
m
1111 Clearwater Man producer of phosphate*,


I tl. r )l Named To Post A OPIN ,30-SHOW, The NightTo 7:10Tonight's

ONE UNITED SUNSHINE STATEDICKINSON
With Local Firm
114 North Tennessee AvenueThey've Go Out To A Movie !
its 50th in 1964.
anniversary I
Claude Hiers, Clearwater elec.trlcal -
; "This tour Is being plannednot engineer has become associated -, JPIAKJ TO : t00IONTSHOWING
"You The FIRST DRIVE-IN
People" 5
'l _
only as an anniversary eel with Gulf Design and f TMHO
ebration for The Pure Oil Company Engineering Corp., Lakeland, as TONIGHT i TUISDAVB
I I It AT 7:50 WITH a.Asr.Al .PUT / AT II.S.
Set LAKELAND on its earl! but to create an awareness project electrical engineer It was I

, of the impressive advances that announced by E. auo V ADULT ENTERTAINMENT!
have occurred In automobiles 1 S. Sikora, Gulf!

HILLBILLYkinfolk and highways during the past 50 president. D1CK1flOflyCANOIOATS l Academy .\ i i
ELVIS and h years," said H L. Moir, vice- Hiers, a graduate -A

1 president, marketing of the Uni. Award I
1l tar OOVtntdoAb.
Florida Cities versify of Florida a Nominee

l l the 1914 is also a ( 13.900: 930 P.M.GROVE .
On this 30-day Jaunt,
a I -
registered engineer .
---- -- -
l e cars will wind through Florida, In New
ITIi1im! !
L' Alabama Tennessee, Kentucky, York, Texas and I
Indiana, Illinois, Wisconsin and
\ Georgia. He for
': Minnesota Florida cities scheduled merly was asso- PARK SHOPPING CENTER EIill])
\ for visits between April 13 elated with
22 Include Miami, HIERS d
and
April : 1
rj Florida Power BEST 01 %
e
Fort Lauderdale, West Palm and Light, General Electric Co.,, ACRES OF FREE PARKING M,LQVBWITHTHB( TH
j Beach, Ft Myers, St. Petersburg is well as operating his own f

Tampa, Lakeland Orlando -firm in Dallas, Tex I cNp
Cypress Gardens, Daytona, His duties at Gulf will include DOORS OPEN 12.45 I0F p .,,
I II In St. Augustine, Jacksonville and
electrical engineering on the
OlE ADAMS
w Tallahassee <<,000 kilowatt addition to the NOW SHOWING -
The ancient autos are due In
Lakeland municipal generating At GREGORY PECK 'THI MAN IN THI
Lakeland April 16, stopping at
station and a chemical plant GUY "-NNIL SUIT"
the Pure Oil Service Center project by Gulf In Texas Shows At . 00-4JO-IIJ: : : Oniyl: JENNIFER JONES COLOR
managed by Jim Hunt on South

Florida Avenue ART ON DISPLAYA w1s l.o
The Pure Oil Company was 3 TONITI THRU TUESDAYFamily
520-year-old Ming dynasty
MOW YOU CAN SEE
IT AT
I founded as The Columbus Production painting on silk is being displayed -, .trra.. t ENTERTAINMENTA
Company In Columbus, free at Won I'. Chinese' .
'I POPULAR PRICES Deublt "t..11 'ro.r m LodtJ With Lcugki
Ohio. April 9, 1914. Twelve days Restaurant, 1741 N. Tampa) .
later the name was changed to Highway, along with other antique MOWN AT TU AND II H

the Ohio Cities Gas Company, : Chinese art objects, Miss AND
and in 1920, the Pure Oil Com- Tai Yung Wong, the restaurant's


EIYisr pany rrr name was TfSSS'HIOT adopted' operator, announced CONTINUOUSPERFORMANCES ] 4r1M 9First


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1 r. DM Hurhim O. Up, AN .....1 awn '.''......11' Alto awesauaar\ GARY GRANT TONY! (MStPERAHOH
C- ..It I De.... /NL JV Of 7
aOWIUOWN ALEC OUINNESS ANTHONY OUINN JACK HAWKINS .
solid c.mf." a4JiniaiionNOTSL A"ROII JOSE FERRER ANTHONY CUATIC CIAUCC PAINS ; ('' 'n. ttsna y colon s..r.h1"
for .
r.i i just CI.'t but the Palk, . cl.../Soil ARTHUR KC JNCQr ..OMARSHAP '.'MJ.Tin
. ,..1 Plush surround ags . . ..: PETE N 0'TOOL( !
ch.in i. .... the are f.r spst 1 on AND COUNTRY ClUICITITAl .1***net HCUM scjUM ) PETTICOArt _
MOVIES that SIC bigger *." ."*" IIVM, PtA. ON U.S. If ARIA COOl lOS, ",.,," 1 JMSfl Drq lrw IIU*. 1 tut Jii <* to I
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It I IN THE MILITARY SERVICE I I"t. Man HonoredAt .TeNTH pout I IN COUNT JUDICIAL CHANCSHV.. FLORIDA.ClMCUlV

Sales Meet CA$K NO PAQR*Jt&t NO tKiTKET Us l|

BENNIH JO HANDIUorciH.(
Army Specialist Four Otis C Army Pvt. Jeffrey N. Morgan -' lcGef. m Orantrview LaneUkeUnd. I 1'1.1 n utf,

"t. f' Fettrt 22, ion of Mr. and Mrs 20, son of Theodore I. was assigned to theM At a recent ales meeting Hardware I In. _EDWARD: HANPSBOtlflH.
Otli C. Morgan 118 W Carol. Lakeland Infantry Division in Ger. Atlanta of the American
1'1 Peters Eaton Park. II Com a11"1"-
Mutual Insurance NOTIC. or ,
is serving with, the 14t1l many March 24. McGee is a
y' serving with the 14th Armored THIn TATB OK rLORlDA
Trautman
H. IGus) Tot
In pany.
Armored Cavalry' Regiment III heavy weapons infantrymanHeailqvMrten EDWARD: HANDBHOLOHlwhoe
Cavalry RegIment in Germany. Germany. The members fMorgan's Company. 1 lat of 824 Orange Park Avenue wa residentand m.Ulnl

The members of SpecialPeters' !. unit maintain constant Battalion. of the division's 7th I, presented the AHM Hone he r .d You
unit maintain constant surveillance: of the sensitive Infantry. The 13-year-old soldier ., Award. The bronze plaque suit for divorce baa been flied

turvellltnce of the' sensitive East-West German border entered the Army in October received U emblematic award of hi.company' for. agaInst, and you that In the you above as. antliUdeauM bent*

r East-West German horde r through the use of jeep-mounte 1962. completed basic training highest required to **r a copy of jaur

through the use of jeep-mountet patrols and observation and at Fort Jackson. S. c.. and wa sales achievement and service anawsr upon Walter or other W. Manley.rlU.1I, plalnurVa

4 patrols and observation and listening posta. Overseas sine* last stationed at Fort Gordon. to Ms customers In this area attorney, whoa. add.... I I. i>. (7.

listening posts. Overseas since last September he Js a unit :Ga.. McGee attended Lakeland He also received recognition for Boa JD4 th.Lakeland. Florida, en or
befor S2nd day ef April, A. D
August 1961 he Is a mechanic policeman In the regiment High School. 2s4w other sales accomplishmentsduring 1914, and before or Immediatelythereafter

in Headquarters Troop of the! Headquarters Troop. Morgan Robert L. Fryer. 22. brotherof the year 1X3.have reside I of th. ebcve to file atyled with Court the Clerk the

regiment 3d Reconnaissance entered the Army in February Mrs. Nadine Sloan of 1109 I The Trautmans I II original of said anewrr or UMwritten

Squadron near Bad Hersfeld. 1963 and completed basic train Dixon St.. and Jerry H. Farris, pI in Lakeland for more than 11 defeneea, W any
He and his wife Janehave If you fall to 4* *o, dec... pmoonfeceo
John N. Embank Jr. has recently ing at Fort Knox. Ky. 21, son of Mr. and Mrs. Grady : years. will be entered agalnit

been promoted I Airman Thomas H. Ktmp son C Farris of 2)11 Mrjorl Road. I resides two In tons Winter, James Park.H. who and the you Complaint for the relief demaaded- In

to Maj of Mr. and Mrs. M. C. Kemp completed basic training March WITNESS my null and .,n....
Gen. In the Naval Center ? J. M. Trautman in Champaign neal of of fit'. at Ma new. Poll
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of Rt I. Lakeland. ls being reassigned 20 at the Training w haveseven grandchil County, Florida, tale. llth
ilL day
p USAF. He is to Amarillo AFB. Tes,: Great Lakes. 111. During the I They March, A. D. 1H4 "

serving as for technical training as a'' raining recruits receive tents dren. SEAL: ) P H. "LOAN JR.
Is active In civic, Clerk Circuit
Trautman Court
>i deputy of operations United States Air Force aircraft and interviews which determine By Vivian A Piirvn
He
.1 for the maintenance specialist. Airman their future assignments in the social and religious groups. Deputy Clerk
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is a life member of Lakeland ft-li
technical al rcommand Ccmp. '"ho enlisted in the Air "Jivy" Upon completing the program
Club Knight Templarand
Optimist NOTICB UNDCR
atILangley has to FICTITIOUS
Force a short time ago. they are assigned serv Scottish Rite Mason a NAME LAW
Air initial basic mil schools for technical training '
completed his ice TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN:;
member of Shrinein
Force Base ary training at Lackland AFB. or to ships and stations for - I Egypt Temple Notice la hereby give that lbsud.relgnud
and member of the pureuaat to the _
Tampa a "F
I:!a9pt.It.! VEWBA.'K a; Tex. A 1961 graduate of Kath- on-the-job training in a Navy First Methodist Church in Lake- Itlona Hams rUatuta," Sect! a
*" M me son- w inn (Fla.) High School. the sting specialty. M.... Law of Florid. will ..el.-
: L- and. t.r with the Cleric of the Circuit
I 1 airman attended Jones Business Arnold E. Morris gunner' Court la and for Polk
J. Nelson Ewbank. M 8 E. Licnel I College in Jacksonville. FIa.I mate first class. USN son .o! -_ LtQAL ADVtRTISIMINTIN Florida upon receipt' of fntfthe
.... THl CIRCUIT COURT publication of thl* notice, tin
I James Tyson airman, USN,, Mrs. Glen A. Paronto of 1453 : N- JUDICIAL CIRCUIT; fictitious. name. te-wlti LAKF.

I, I son of Mr. and Mrs. Woodrow, Atlantic Ave., Lakeland is participating MISS UKILAND DIMONSTRATIS SCAT HIT C$1-fronr Mori. Aooo Wttti. 20, 4y*>. POLK IN COUNTY CHANCtrlY.PATBT FLORIDA.. 1 TER LAND under GLaDDEN which ..PAINT. are engaged1bualneea. CE\

\ LET US REPLACE II| W. Tyson of 338 Griffin Ave.,, in "Operation Spring tor ol Mr. end. Mr*. CIt..... DOWMOI .. J310 Ohtoy Rooo. roconriy olocfoo1 Min l.teleao'. 1"4. RODGERs PUIntlft, I. W* loped t* engage

Lakeland graduated March 2tI I board" aboard the destroyerUSS 1oi4iitfw hoe Se .** e soot koH Tko ,.... wo* ,....*) to sal .....rioo H Hio gorront JOOM ." A In venue bualnee' la la at* lit City(of outh Lakeland Florida
JAMES EDWARD RODGeRS ,
YOUR BROKEN I from the Aviation FundamentalsSchool Blandy in the Caribbean. let a....' ., Commerce tttety..me. Soot kiss will .. sold.. kf 3.yce.. mmeikon tomorrov, I II Defendant.NOTICI Florida.

AUTO GLASS at the Naval Air Tech- Naval Aviation Officer Card! Lalo (......., ftioro ky Horvor) OF SUIT : That lbs partial tnttreated In
THE STATB or FLORIDA TO: said bualnei ntrprlaa, are ai
nical Training Center, Memphis. date David C. Morebouse, son JAMES EDWARD RODOERS I foitowu:
Tenn. He studied mathematics. David W. Clark St. Plant City. completedan Addr.. UnknownTou Ronald B. Jon.e-H Intereat
I of Mr. and Mrs. of (1) North Mass Ave., Lakeland Gordon. Ga, March 23. Denton I
eight-week central office telephone hereby notified thatault Raymond : are a :
of electricity
I AUTO GLASSr physics, the principles Morehouse of 802 Park Hill la serving with Marine: received instruction I In t its switchboard operation for Divorce baa been filed Dated at Lakeland/Tulk: Coun-
atomic structure static Ave.. Lakeland reported March agalnet you In Ute above entitled% 3'It FlorIda April I. 1514.
$l'ecIIld and dynamic electricity magnetic 19 for training at Medium Helicopter Squadron various phases of highly fchnl-course April 3 at the Army cauaei and th.t you are ......bylr.qulr.4 ,

rt theory, and the theory and School at the Naval Air PreFlight Station 62. Marine Aircraft Group 211 cal skill his future work in the Southeastern Signal School For answer or to other cent.written a copy .1.of your... BOrIC Of eHKMIFF't SAL!'

.' construction of aircraft bat Pensacola. hewill at the Marine Corps Air Facility. -Army will require of him as an Gordon Ga. Crosby was trained upon Benlley Miller, Kinder. Carr. Under laaued and by nit-to. ef an eie.rutlon .
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Upon graduation out and undrrha
Chile Ell.wonh, plaintiff attorneye
tenes. be commissioned Ensign New River Jacksonville infantryman. He entered the to help keep communication wI.ss addreea I* P OBo seal of the Clalme Court of
Army Pvt. John H. McGee, N. C. The squadron employs atactic Army in October 196) and received -complexes running smoothly.The eeL. Lakeland, ? ,rIJ on or Polk CoUnty, stats of Florida, under .
in the Naval Reserve. .
APll. data of November (, n n,
f before the Z4lh day of A. D1M4 .
basic at Fort soldier enteredthe
son of Mr. and Mrs William H known as "vertical enlopmcnt" training 23-year-old and before or Immediately wherein Howard C. Bleprena d/b'aStephana
Bernard L. Tobias Jr.. aviation Jackson. S. C. Denton is 1958 October 1963 and Concrete I. plaintiff
which Is the lifting n Army in thereafter to file with th Clerk and
fJl .. . . . . .j ordnanceman airman.ap- of combat ready Marines over graduate of Lake Wales High'completed basic combat training .,original of th* above of saId styled a newer Court or aid the endant H )I. *I Margaret have levied Pearey upon I I. and it.

HOMOSOTE prentice, USN. son of Mr. andMrs. and behind enemy lines. The School and attended the Uni at Fort Gordon. Ga* He wrllte defenae, If any will offer for eals and sell to the

: Bernard L. Tobias Sr. of squadron Is scheduled to serve vanity of florlda.i attended Plant City High SchooL If you fall to do ao, decree pre .highest. and beat bidder for. csalt
1021 confeae* will I be entered agalnat t the front door of tt Court
South Suwannee Ave., Laka- with the Seventh Flee John E. Henderson.ion Hot,.. at Bartow, I'olk
: I 40 Years II a tour Army PVT. you for th* relief demanded In the Counh
land returned to Alameda. : Complaint Florida. on the tlth day ef Apr,'.
In the Far East in the near fitlure. i of Mr. and Mrs M. M
.... .. Th.LcIerln. . II alif.. March 28 aboard the at.tack W1TMC8H mr' hand and official M4, the earn belni a legal ealta
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AH .Ileti. ...
by Henderson Route 4, Plant City; eeal ef offlc at Bartow, Polk. day at I:H p m., which la bet..,
: .>,.'* ........... Co<>.let. aircraft carrier USS Rang .. eight-week field County, 1'1"lda. thl. loth day of (h* legal isis hour ef eletenclock
1,1 rock of lector* oartarM EXTERIOR BOARD er completing a month of in Seaman storekeeper John C. completed an March A. D, IMC "' A. )(. and two o', mug
for oil' mkt of c.... Riley USNR. son of Mr. andMrs. communications crewman course (SEAL) D. H. ft-LOAX, JR. r. M of aald day the followingeacrthed
: BARNS tenaive training operations offthe H. L. Hunter 917 Former at Fort Polk La. April 3. During Clark Circuit Court property. of the riXenil..
Wo 'In stock fort San Diego Calif.. coast. ,IU.... ant, H. M Marnrat Peartaatlafy '.
1. eh.....carry.) runaen, ...et., I EXTERIOR PARTITIONS I Marine Lance Corporal Richard Ave.. has been assigned to the the course Henderson received I NOTICK OF tHaKIFFa SAH o-wlt.. : said eiecuilon and coin

; I eh."...* OM.) .*...,...... POULTRY II J. Palmer Ion of Mr. andMn. USS Annapolis, which U pro.ently .- training in the operatic ;' Under and by virtue of an aieru.tlon On* 1MT Lincoln, 4 door haM.
HOUSES
: In Brooklyn N. y,. Naval of light Army vehicles communications leiued out of and under the top. Capri Serial jriTWAtttllb1X4
R. H. Pinson of 610 aral of tha Circuit Court of Lake
Iilimcrti Finney
f s'lO* fur.IsI.4with.vt II IWW-JIH, lIon In
Vard. The USS Annapolis amajor wiring and wire laying t'of
..bIi5.i.s.CENTRAL. EXTRA SOLID St. Lakeland completed a Personnel County Stats of )'lorld. under II |3 ot 11
II communications relayIhip. and In message center and .I.L.ol February, T. 1M4 whereinM. U" UK TV, cabinet type: and
INTERIOR PARTITIONS$ Administration course I Is nlilntlff and A .
It Is the first ship of its switchboard operation. He com M. Mechanical table: coffee tabla) tree "'Pi1"I.lon. ;
Kennedy Contra
II Feb. 8 at the Third Marine Division DENTON JOHNSON Radio tabl. lamp;
br. I,.. la defendant, 1 have lev .
kind. It will be home ported I ileted basic training at Fort swivel chair; .' z: I cotton
II Schools Camp Hanson, led upon and will offer for pale
OXFORDLUMBER of Norfolk Va. Seaman Gordon. Ga The year-old 01. rut throw ru,.; living roomch.I.
out Airman Third Class TimothyR. nd sell to the Msheat and beet .
t Okinawa. The course trains seected -, couch, doubl bed I
GLASS t. MIRROR CO. : Riley has been aboard the USS Johnson son of Mr. and Mrs dier Is a 1159 graduate of Turkey bidder for eaab, at the. front door twin beda t dreeeere, ir rs.
personnel In administra .t tb. .
I Court Hou. at Barium.lolk
iI. Vulcan which he assigned Creek School.RO'1 frlierator, OK. electric atove,
was William V. Johnson of 331 Steed- High County Florida, on the nth .
302 N. tion at the and battery Ftreaton, email Duo heater;
A company
Ingrohom .
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\\0 I 530 Wnt Main I level. to immediately after graduationfrom 1y Ave, Lake Wales is being J. Bowen airman USh. day of April, 1914, tba earn belns. round dining table with I
j legal sales
a day at 1:30
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p.m. .
: TsLMU6169r Phn. MU 2-2191 I Marine Lance Corporal Ira E. Lakeland< Senior High in reassigned to MacDiIl AFB, son of Mr. and Mrs. Landrum .hlrh, I* between the legal ale wood rhatreWONHOB' BRANNE1

963. Fla., following his graduation J, Bowen of Davenport returned hour. of eleven orlork A, M sheriff of Polk Count,
1I . .II!" Ward son of Mrs. Velma Rocka and two o'clock P. M of said day. .
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_ _ from the technical training to Alameda Calif., March the following descrIbed property r lorlda.By W.
KARL ilVCLAIREChief
;' Lake Wales I course for United States Air'28 aboard the attack aircraft of the defendant, A. M. Kennedy Civil Deputy
I eohanlcal 1....
Contractor. toatlefy
Force personnel specialists at airier USS Ranger completing Cson'
said seoullon and
eoeti
II DRIVE RIGHT IN FREE PARKING FREE Pvt. Ronald R. Den ton, 23 Greenville AfB. Miss. Airman a month of Intensive training lo-wlt NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S. AK.
I son of Mr. and Mrs. C. Leon That part of Ix>t. I and I of Under and by virtue of a 1>1.
ASK ABOUT DELIVERY 1- Lake Johnson was trained to prepare operations off the San Diego, Block S ef rarpentera second (reM Warrant Issued out of and
Denlon. Camp Mack and maintain personnel records Calif. coast. The training was Addition to Bartow ss record under the seal ef the Clalma Court
Wales, completed an eight-week ed In Flat Hook I at Page I. of Polk County, Htate of FlorIda,
AND SAVE the U. S. and reports and to advise air conducted by the Flee( Training Records of Polk County Hori- tinder date of February 1?. lout,
RUBEROID I Infantry course at men on career development Group and< gave the Ranger'screw d*. lying east of tIts Allantlo herein DONALD L. CROSBY l U
Army Training Center. FortOYHER'S Cout Line Railroad LEH8 plaintiff and ALVOYD STRICk
I The airman la a increase
ASPHALT irobltms. an opportunity to AND EXCEPT: Rritlnnlng at .AND I I. defendant, I have levltd
graduate[ of Lake Wales. High the combat readiness of the a poInt on the Notb II.. rof teem sod will ..tt.. for .. snd
I SHINGUS I School. I drills said Lot S ...It feet wise ntth nail to the bllh..t sod best bidder
"' P JOTTINGS hip through gunnery fir easiat front door ef the
light Bulbs north aauIeOrne F thereof the
P I $7 19 I practice and flight training oj thrnc south 17,0* fret, trenr Oourt linua at Bartow Pnlk'
I r Her. "'... Iron.d! Per SquoroCrr Plant City rations. wem to the Atlantic Co*.t County, Florida' on the itt datof
100 .*. ft. Good morning) With most of I JJn. R.II...... Irene. north April mi, the same brute atefal
I 2)J 11,.. p.r wemerly 1 along acid Atlantlo ..I.. day, at t 34 p.m., which
I 17" Wit" .. "'10.''. us being asked quit. often these Pvt. Peter L. Crosby son of Bartow Count Line Railroad! .l l. feet I. between the legal aaJ* hours of
to the north tin of said Lot .even clock A. )I. and iwo
eo. : ft. Mrs. Mary L Crosby. 90) N. >
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contribute ..
: o. days to to numerous then rut to the Point ot beginning clock P of said day, the Mowing
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I I 2r' "'... Her. 2J60W.75W.IOOW. 'worthy ;Master Sergeant .Benjamin F. described property *f II.'d..ndut e
this
causes column may AoI. Grinder t Benthwi.dt ALVOTD STRICt
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Howard of Mrs. Maude E.
_4 ) n AND SO LI. FELT .,, ,fall on many deaf ears However SOUTHERN PINE'LUMBER son ( 1 Black DarkerJignaw LAND t. satisfy aaid execution
Howard of 1410 Magnolia St. 1 Table Saw. I Thor and *oet. towltiCombination
I I do feel has Portable Grinder, t Electrto ,, Radio-TV-Phono
I COM IN OR WIlTS Bartow retired from the
that it is worth ..... Heat hun 1 Eight-Inch BAD graph, waah aland living room
\ FOR UK CATALOG COCOA BRUSH $ Tile very finoat fromUf United States Air Force after Power II.... 1 Klgrt Inch chairs (SI, end tables Ott
169 the try on behalf bee you (on use for homo etll. 'more than 20 of active Porta-rabl law, 4 r'abee. Nut. sofa, dining room tab). A I
.( DOOR MATS-IS"d7" of the .rrvcli** I Is L.". keel DJM years runner, I B D Nut.runner* chain, refrigerator Leonard
,( American Can Florklo. 'i.... Itoocloll "*, far duty. Sergeant Howard an Air I s/f B D Heavy Duty Electrlo steno GK: electricwaaher
Moor ono. cellos h.Ii H .".*' Hf Force personnel technician. was Drill I bed, cheat. ef draw'srs.
cer Society.$ MOVROB BRANSEVHhertrt email table) d.....,,
Mahegeity FLUSH ]: ,....". assigned to a USAF advisory of Polk County, MONROE BRANS:VKherlff
,, ; : DOORS Most of us are, llortda of Polk FloridaBIl .
f. ,*.tltltll ..., W..._ II unit assisting the armed forcesof County
INTERIOR fed up to here-I Coo or .Is wMlv/ ..... bw.sst..gih .. Viet Nam in their fight By Chief BARb Civil W IVCLAIRE Deputy CbJaf FAIL Civil W. IINCLAtRKCbJaf Deputy
with beln .... ,
ask.I I Is set the 'ocMino, against Communist 1-no
I aggression : _
176" x 678" x I Hi" . . 1.79 ed to give to' I.,. I prior to his retirement. The :38-" ==

I'/." x 6',." x 1 m" . . ...00 more and more For ot4r ... 'hMlvdino; year-old sergeant graduated

t B4 270" x 678" x 1 %" . . 4.20 :: I Jy,,.,. Jr. worthy for more causes.To and.' slId..norf. our on1 Coo'or 4ock 2i6 work cod you. 2al will ,from Union I Academy High

274"; :: x 678"; x I 148" . 4.89 higher taxes etc. Certainly' tho 'ideal. ,....... School. He Is a veteran of World I II
It 276" x 678" x Ha" . 4.89 i
the cruelest of diseases has LONG LENGTHS I War II and the Korean Conflict !
,
278" x 678" x 1 H" . 5.20 I

Jt : 370" x 678" x 1 Ha" . . . 5.65 VINYL (either touched in almost our immediate every familyor one' he Wo o".4 or*2il..III.I...toast choke.*pine!to :Club To Sponsor

', EXTERIOR ASBESTOS close friend*. So when wediscuss 10 H. Wo <.*> rill yea nojHiroMnra 'Athletic Dinner
: ,( FLOOR the work of the American .. rhoto loaf lmtat o* ,
2'/6" x 6'/8" x l W' . . 6.75 Cancer Society we are talking -, o*>rf 24 boon ..*K*.
GROTE SIDE LIGHTED 278" x 678" 1 H/ TILE MULBERRY The Mulberry
x . . 6.95 about something that most I
FIR PANELING High School annual athletic-
\ MEDICINE CABINET 370" x 678" x I I4w . . 7.49 of us have been close to at onetime :awards dinner Is scheduled '
9 0 w. ore tock In twine .itIiI
't, A... .... 21.9J $1fl55 ea. or another, or wDl be unless , 5/1.4 0111. 5/li Fir V-JoM. Monday April 20.

OUR PRICI 17 a break through is made. i All CKelleM ..illa, MoUrioJ for I Sponsored by the Phosphate

1" / I The American Cancer Society ,**, orch. coroort .. ....,.. Area Dads and Boosters' Club,

'? . firmly believes that the answer Cell .. MU 2-46JI for ON I the dinner will honor all Junior

: . . 1.36 to cancer lies in research. There toms, in wooo0. .. R.oVo4trim :vanity and varsity athletes of
6'T lumoor .la ,...."..1. I* BETTER BLOCKS
tare all and
cheerleaders.
so many avenues that have sports I
. . . 1.59 price one ot toil .11 sober
8' I yet to be explored and one of .,.e.... t Tickets will cost $2 each and
,.ta.t.. Itetsre smeafs I..h.. : . . . 1.82 them may open the way for the reservations should be made by FOR -

side! laps. Excleilrt less,.. centwskts 9. . . 2.04 I final eradication of this crudest EAST SIDE contacting Bobby Ross head

i I lefty sheet fit i.vjly sfalnsl 10' . . 2.27 of d I s e a s e s. Scientists from I basketball coach at Mulberry I'' 25 YEARS

I b_ _ roof decking. Prices ..... for 2611' . . . 2.50 I every branch of science are LUMBER CO. ,High.
wide sheets ,working directly cr) indirectly on ., ... I Awards will be presented at
12' I Mil Ie t Unt "
: i . . . 2.72
the dinner to outstanding athletes.
"1\ cancer. They are testing every On U.S. Hwy. 92 I I BRICKS

I i conceivable Wea. Cancer scientists -.. - _' TOO. .

,H 4 GARAGE day-by-day painstakingly
add to basic knowledge. At the

DOORS same time, other scientists also
I
Pono'i' mod of encouraged with American Can- _
:
Rutt-Preof Steel- cer Society support, try out

FIR Zinc Coated by specific imaginative approachesto
Electrolytic Proc u the cancer problem.
PLYWOODInterior Factory pointed I
: -Oov.* Gray Two I I We are familiar with what I
: Silt b..rlorCoats.. research had done' to TB. and WE INSTALL

Polio. There 1s no reason to believe -
I .4 a 2.92 3.20 Size* ARMSTRONG
s/i .4. 8 8'x7 39.98 that the tame thing can't
,1 3.91 4.35 . . be done
to cancer. How long it
rl x 4.8 5.12 5.56 9V7' . . 44.95 ,will take no one knows. How CEILINGS

% .4.8 5.82 6.34 16'x7 . . 93.95 much It will
I money take no one
/4 .4.8 6.77 7.34 knows. Bnt
'I certainly those of
MOIILl Moro oJ Moro Professional Irutol. _
us who are able to do so should

_ _ "' Arc DwcovorlofjTale ,give to the American Cancer lotion In less than

: /EI Qvolirr Point ,Society. In lieu of) flowers at ... 'U day. Moro thanodoz.nceiiingds


I: ;:11:1T '. 1f I/ 'certain American funerals Cancer a check Society to Is the a //,. : 'I signs I to choose.

: .t 73 OFF great help. A donation each C Jfl from. fro estU

III..A .... LIST men : year no matter how small or ., ': -I: mat*. Call us. 1

1 SATUIDAYS 6' fOLDING lUU .... ...... Our Prke I how large ls sort of like payingon
'TIL an Insurance policy. A policy
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a 4 P.M. A.'il.iI $69 5.75 o7 3 GeL I that we know In the long run McGinnesLUMBER "Eger Made" "Distributing"NATURAL

will be cashed in for every one

'when the final break through is lUFF COMPLETE
YOU ALWAYS SAVE MORE AT YOUR FRIENDLY made. And It will be madel WHITE VARIED

I i The American Cancer Society, CO. BUFF ROCK FACE LINE

I Inc.. Polk County unit would 600 W. Moll Sr. fh. 686-3141 WHITE ROCK FACE- IN THE

i HOME BUILDERS SUPPLY In, appreciate any help that any of MARBLE ROCK FACE_ CLAY BRICK

us are In a position to make STANDARD. GRAY FIELD

j The address is P.O. Box M, Bar. j

1 1508 NEW TAMPA HWY. LAKELAND MU 2-2221 or MU 6.7952 tow. Florida. Let's help. .- 2 ,

See next week. + EGER BLOCKS
you
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r 7 Traniportatlon EMPLOYMENT LAKELAND LEDGER Sunday, April 12. 1M4 7-D fir I


CLASSIFIED MAN OOINO t. WlManilB. I BlMaitr EMPLOYMENT EMPLOYMENT
ADVERTISING H.lp drl.. ,,.. Iriaipolatioa. 53 Help Wanted FsmoleLAOIEB I

RATES Win..,. B Htrtrtam...ta. CV d-12U.WAIThS1.S WANTIID. H' I' 10 54 Help Wanted, Mole 54 Help Wants.1, McliDISTRIBUTORS

.08 565 WI.l M.orIsl sosS.as04
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'Ii.GET'Ii. *< .. WANTED EXPERIENCED palmad WANTKD Mlkt
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MtnlBUBi"II Word BUILqlNG TRADES EARN a man thw lactmt body ..... Apply. Cull Btr<- your futon _..... will luaraa.ua -
ind tajoy Bltatinl To.k. let Offlct. CII, 15511'FOUR I 00t50 tsr. whllt triiaiaato .
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Mlnlmvm
Ckargo-$1.0S las: iiBdiUoat' Utt mat st *
bt s WaiklBi ditrlkutor.
14 Rat).. Bruin dtaltr. Pull
at a
Bulldlnf CarpenterIng .
Wirdi Dayi Diyi Oiyi Diyi MEN """ .1330. 52.2.MAINTENANCE
or pin Hail Par furthtr IB.tormitlai
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1-1S 11's 1.40 (ITS B'OMJoVJO nOOPINO WIHDOWB. BlumlBUildiai. tall III-4. right NEEDED IMMEDIATELY
se-sn i 40 l'a f 00.. 1310 portbta. rtpatrt, aiuItal. >:1

I 1t.i:! ens non lltOCLAISIFIED 10 ...*. In pay BCaBtrMUBi WOMAN. WITH abo-t. anra... 1 full time 2 part time
Compuy. IntnrtdPboai .51. ability ind lood I.f.r0000.
SFACS RATISH MU S-1U1. A. SlrnMir.Bill. ... 30-... .Cub Khtal tducatli Car necessary Apply ELECTRICIAN
Citrus Men Told Drinks Could U .., tolima Intk MU B-10M P. ..... 0' kttur, .ir a......." unallimoull 106 South Missouri Ave.
CLASSIFIED DISPLAY RAT of Irs..Ito.. ..... Itadi Most .. fully ......1..... OB nil
.____II 3D par 001."' InchContract uralthtd Thtrtuik Iriinlns with 1:00: P.M. to 2:30: P.M. ."clrlril Mulpmanl IB S I....
ipportunlty. fit adTalctmtnt. 1..1 I Itrui\ ..,_...... plBBl IB.
Rilm tpoa lutptt soulS ..".Id., pirl Otis bullWrltt Monday i.idlnf >utom>Uo .. chln.. and
1ESTOPSERVICFREE : mini autlina at .,....u. .nuol p.n'I'. PUS .ompBnphMietl ,
Help Solve WANT AD DEADLINE .....'1...., .duo."... tu. M I.. LAYOUT MEN. lUuclurtl or
Production ProblemsFour WOBB ..t r-aao. Uktitnd UdttrWAITREB8U 11/... taly fully ......I.n... moo
PubllcattaaO ESTIMATES ....I.. BMtiury tttli ol tridthtu.d Applf.
y .*. ".. AND cook wai..d apply. .1 this tI.) ... HtuII48
Monday. it M A... BiturdiTruM4ay Apply.! in '.'10., 1037 Ent Mala ptr hour Contact Toaytwadrtw
citrus 6 9l O r M Monday Romodilnf .,.-...., ll ..06. Prink Murphy Corn Florida Stats EmploymentS

executives con. would effectively promote and Growers Cooperative suggested Wtdntidiy. 4 30 r.... TUMdirThuridki Florida Rooms DAY COOK .., ".It'.... ,u'lo ..mb...., Florid. Phont Btrtaw. .
firmed Thursday they thought market the products concentrate must be promoted '"It I..rl...... Apply In p55. IOJ-3170: it IJJ-3UI FortUtidt
on a .. il WAt. d..III. Wi art
r ..
4 3t WMtnttdtrFrldiy AddItions Repairs an. OttUt Jack TU Wa- 5.5.0.
ibissI
there U a place for pur. or. brand name basis. more vigorously as a 4.11 P. M Thundtr 1..11. MUI| .ppursu.tIyspiarsn III Is'S.....1.1

ante-based drinks and ides In David 0. Hamrlck. vice beverage to drink at other ..tu.d.,. II 00 M..* rrldir Storage Space ---ATTENTION

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times than breakfast In orderto .u. 430 P "" ,
the citrus Industry. president of Tropicana Products ItPLAV abs Roofing HOUSEWIVES COMPUTER
make any Inroads on the 11011''', U 00 ..M. istords,
Inc. of Bradenton said Positions available for
Benjamin H. Oehlert Jr. now
beverage market. 1'a..U', hoe to.s "'0'.' BANK RATE FINANCING OPERATOR CHAUFFEURSWANTED
president of Minute Maid Co. the only way orange $Juice can THE W.d...... 10 ladies above age 30 who

and the keynote speaker at a compete with the drinks Is "Many consumers are buy. 'nIur.dn 12 00 1100. Tia.ds. are Interested In working Large phosphate com-

panel discussion drinks and when such pure juice products Ing theoe drinks to serve at II M HUB W..sn...... McGinnes Lumber Co. mornings. Guaranteed sa has for Ctiiufttvri wltB 1.,. ", otI.1

eden at the second annual "are reduced to a price housewives breakfast instead" of pure or. Prld... 15. II 00 00 Noon Noai TnundaySiturdiy Thuridtylundty. ary, year 'round income. pany high school vacancy graduatewith ra'.. raartrtltloB F .i.inl duly Ctll drift.Oaod Nl-.

Citrus and Vegetable Market. can afford and are of ange Juice said Phillips. II 00 Noon Frldiy 600 West Main MU U141 no weekends or holidays tfcin Rottitnkrri IN PBUBOMBl
minimum of
ing Clinic here said Minute consistent quality not subject "The inevitable result will be KIND Tht Ltditr will not ... n* Apply in person one Clrtlt MittU Ltktliid.PERMANENT .
to price fluctuations each selling fewer oranges" 'pantiblt far aiora Innineorrtct .5. year experience in
Maid la "convinced there Is .....r e.. 310 Arcade BuildingI card data JOBiptalni

as big a market for orange week. Phillips said citrus advertising THE LAKELAND LEDGER 21 RMflngOOPINd I a m., Monday Saturday; essing punch experience. Tech.proc lay Buillfitd. dtpno1olt -

solids In drinks or idea as This can be done Hamrlck should continue to emphasize atrMB IB MI M, kllk Mhotl
.., WANTED
TELEPHONE DEPINDABLI k. WHITS nlddll MM
there are in (pure) orange said by raising fruit maturity the natural vitamin C ..... ... -.... .......0... M.. Tops Sri lot BO Bouwwor nical training with data .raduala.Mulpntnl with ttrani mainttnannbaekirauad all. artuadplaai

standards to produce better found in pure orange juice to OF MU 6-1151 01sao Lu"w C..PIII 100W. ,... for Ddirly worn... Good processing equipment lacludlni ... .,
Juice.Would ...1.. wu "'111. lemt, soIlS ..1.". MU I-BOI. highly desirable. This rita BiKhaaJt .....'1.... dcii..
concentrate. He said he counteract emphasis on synthetic ..... .
Use iLL TTPCS r.*ld.BtlBl W tool bit.. nt ln. .h. Sod oilMr
Up Oranges thought the citrus Industry will vitamins in the promotions 0,55,555 roofi npklrtd or r.pl>ed position offers excellent tt _lot IB .upr. iins Clint
ChrH HAVE OPENINGSFor .....tlon. HalBita CO"' ...... bt.,
UCoT' KooflBi .ed Uiui
Oehert said there be still be able to by manufacturers of opportunity for advancement
must market 200 syn 1540 W., 011.... BTO 1-11JJ: P 0. aol un..Iu'.

more citrus firms producing million gallons of concentrate thetics. ANNOUNCEMENTS ALL TYPES rtoflBi .... ..d oiplietd. personal

drinks and ades and predict. as envisioned In the future Bruce W. Skinner general! BUSINESSYOU'RE .. lUonri fuBranlMdJ. ... I Experienced SalesladiesAge growth and financial re! INDUSTRIAL PAINTER
4 lISt and Found CMIOB rloollni C. -.131
ed that 1110 years overproduction when price. are back down to manager of H. P. Hood and 2040 wards. Preferred age 20

problems would be a realistic! level.R. Sons of Dunedin called for a LOST, BIRD do*. 0 Biinthi. II?.. 24 floitor.tuceIJliTMINO. to 30. Send complete Must bt full .......I.e...; In
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aolved If the manufacturers .id whltt. ...,. SINS Rtwdttially ,. PBIBlIni lU tJMo of lurfMtt
of V. Phillips general man "concerted atudy in threeareas" ...&. ....... Ill-nil. PATCHING. SOT ApplyPersonnel resume to Employment md aililni punui io. these solids-bated drinks of the as a toward solving ,... ., rtqulrtlltBtl 101.0.5,1prlmts
ager flames City CitrusTHE step .550 AlUritloiu 4 addition. Office Supervisor, Post Office Ffraiintnt wtrt InnK.complctt .
rr. nllBiBtn. lletBMd. Ml T.l.S's.
.. '_ _ the problem of lag of 5 irsonol Notices I.o MU I-RI3I Box: 867 Bartow, Flor Ins pilot eirt. Inttdiouuidi. .
W'\ sales of sod at 0 lint lexil IB
pure orange products. MAAS BROTHERS ida.
diutriil plant. Fimllurllf) wltii
The areas he defined were BDT. BELL. UMd toot; tUBl anpartlni BUSINESS SERVICE m...... 10'u.lllal .prssnulp.l.t .
,_1. Dial MTJ 1-421M ", ....nLlal. PS, 10 515,0 4103
supply-to determine if some tar ..u"' .... Cuib.,., ...d.... III .n bOu,.

CITRUS control should be made on AFTER TRADING' arouse .,. .," orbourhi. 30 Beauty Parlors YOUNG LADY I The following positions are Apply

production of in order AltraaB, son BMI UBOI36I41. ..
oranges CLARA BCAVTY .. ... tontplruiy We need a young lady for open at our new Lakeland Florida State Employment
to keep prices at attractive .. itrvlct. 5154 tiyllni.. Silo tore. Building materials -
automobile clerk.
LOIS' CLIP Co. Shop. IfChttUlt .ilorlni. pormiitnti Oik Atnnu billing Service
CIRCUITBy levels-new product research Read ...-.01.. D.a- I In KitalttB. Clara 0..1".. NU She must be a fast and ac.! salesmen; plumbing, heat. 111 List Lima eUttl
and better marketing pint*. "htdiprttdi. slip ..-.... 0070. ,
Auilrian turtalni, lw.ii, to'- curate typist and have some Ing and air conditioning 5.50,1505
procedures. Bleu. lodl and IniUJIatltn Ru.. alesmen. Must be
horthand. Preference will expert
drtdi or ..", .111 la ohooit Pro.. 36 Lawnmewsrs t ServIce :
DAVE PRATT Each of the panelists expressed j CHRJiTUN oluasiNo boR. be given to someone with enced. Car essential. Liberal 56 Salesmen

beliefs that the Food ..... Bnaolil attention ..... 3.In. RCFAina: ON ill mill 1..n..1 automobile title and contract benefit plan Including !
Ledger Staff Writer and Administration .... .! ...It ..."..n'I I .0.554.5.II ...l,... savings and retirement 'SALUMAN WAITSO ftr hornS
Drug 1-1153 ...... ta rtpilri. Oaklt AoUUMlrli experience or some plan, d.II..... tit 11-10 CoonlitioBplui

should make It compulsorythat AUTO USUBANCS. Hid 101 NWUI Florida ATPhont legal experience. Applicant paid vacation immediate tompinr ktniflU. httplUI.lutltn. ..
ta M ,
Something Old Something New manufacturers of old.u kTU .I3GI. discount froup lift, iccldtnt indntilth.
orange. ta Bt...,.iBiuriam CHI MU 46455a IKmtami must be neat In appen privileges. Apply 10..... Diiry,
drinks and ides must list the J7 Mottreii Rinovotlnf nee, able to meet the public 44 Llkl Wire Orl..
AS COULD BE EXPECTED there much LEE pleturt and Photo) ,.... Contact Mrs. A. Cuyler
was orange solids contents of their Ini. ....on. I.. 121 ..._. built and accustomed to work Personnel ManagerMONTGOMERY BIO MONIY IN YOUR OWN
peculation Thursday at the Citrus and Vegetable products the labels this Prut.IHIfUEY'i. MATTRESS REHOVATINOI |. log under pretsure.LAKELAND BUBINBBS .
3 spesri I,. Art Mittratt Cora Build your kii pi>uif houitlo.houtt "
Marketing Clinic here on the prospects of considerable would make it easier for the FLOWeR isO Hobkhop 650.. Phont MO 1I41.. routt bull,.._".', in.
3J40 Bouln Florida Com FORD comt lot lift-..llh or JW fin.Ml .
overproduction of citrus in the near future shopper who wants pure orange auto line of ", lIIln... upplli.. WARD luilltCOBMET1CB AND

underlined by Dr. Clarence Eldridge's startling ere juice to identify it. ,....... mittrlili. 4, Wlnl Pumps CO., INC. 1026 E. Memorial Blvd. HOMS NtCDS; BlBUllful 01.0.
SILVER DOLLAR 125 Lake Mirror Drive i ttt. IsO itltrri. OuirinudHurt .
lounda-
Sptnctr
9:30 4.30
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diction that production by 1967-63 Propose FDA Standards It,. trocllli. tmlll 16th. Clll for LET MONTOOalERT Ward drill Blhtri 0111I... Bdfinct UDittrlbulor
will probably be like e ..01lO'.n.It IIIorMti your will ... Initall your .iitrirtttBi. SAL5.LADIEO WAPSTIDWIttnlPh.dl.InS Wrttt your plint. ti.
more 200 million
said the Florida 1.081. Up tt u 5.011450 M parPliant I sod d.OSrlnlnflt; ... .nit. Old 17 Comp.ny, Dipt.
boxes than the Booz Allen and Phillips MU 1.5153. 115.4 .bllll NO .0,0,4.nrprr... I AGRICULTURALENGINEER N, Timpi. Fli. 3160J
,
Canners Association has pro- WIDOW wouLDih. to .hsr. ..... As 2&.4& 0. W. Wool.
Hamilton estimate of 135 million. sir condition" bom. wIll "lIn.d I
SonO Ooulhoi. 58 Work Wiriest
posed the FDA set minimum lid,. pks..t ,ur000 d3.s,. 55. EMPLOYMENT :
Much of the discussion on this solids standards for Moot ahopylni itnurr, bus St j WANTED: CAR hop. II tr avtHht .. Local Industrial company .
and other orange front door. ton mlButtt froownttvn : and day Apply l In .....on. TRACTOR WORK W.BWd Mo.
problems fighting synthetics drinks that would label drinks .. lUfirmrti ...ais.d 52 Hilp Wanted. Whirl Wind prlrt In. 1431 ...-.- offers challenging Ini Bad dlMlii Nt" taulpmtai.Oulek .
drinks and ades; improving 10 cent solids 1004 Richmond Koid. I 1 land Hill I Plod.'iiTFr.os opportunity for college; ....1... CiU for fr,. ntl.M. .
containing per "' .. Fttd L P...... UP 1-0.31.
marketing and promotion etc. AdvertiseTHE WANTED, nut inpndtbll. graduate with in
wasold'hat as "orange drink. and those Llktland Unit. MBloi degree STUDENT 'MALB, dtiim pin

but they were topics well containing 30 to SO per cent CLASSIFIEDINDEX COLORED PERSON 25 toS agriculture. Should tOrn bookkwpmi ....1110.. CHI
I33-10K1. ........ .kttwttB S 35oo4
worth airing again and here and aolids as "orange J juice I years of sge. Exper have experience in 110 ..._d...,

there were some comments that were drinks." But he wondered if enced in office work filing, AIRLINE OPPORTUNITY areas of agricultural cd JUNIOR WEST Ill Inn .....
-- n. --
newly minted and not of the difference between the AnnouncementsI ucatlon work 1 it sod s,ril0.. kt..t ....bln.and .
definitely typing, bookkeeping and grove
,
Sn M Be) A Stewardess For The pilntlai. Fbont MV 1-1321
PRATT the calibre that would be permitted two types would be confusingto IN ,I Co r. .TVnaMiti ashier. Woman preferred, Nation's Most Progressiv county agent activities.and II rt tniwtr, MU I-1TOO la
i AuotitmtI ..
Crtirint DII. Liktlind '1..lda.
under the somewhat overly-paternal consumers. .I Lett ... *ou.d would consider man. Must Airline! supervision. Initial
.. LfI3HTcA01PLN'IkIuTi
istle auspices of Florida Citrus Mutual and Florida Oehlert. In his talk said I Pr,_nsl .NotdsC i.4FSupDol..oO.ro,003. have good personality for EASTERN AIR LINES assignment will be as .. .tini. work ky JOB or Coo,.

Citrus Commission. the citrus Industry has been ,. .r.t.".. dealing with tenants. Pos Htrt U thi rirtrr epporlun labor foreman with excellent MU 3-.IOO

In MMttnatBollding Ion bonded. Eight hours a ol your Illttlmt with TIIA VEl.. WILL CAKE ftr .lalld,.. ShIll
sluggish adopting fort
up-to-
opportunity .
w' Trades PPEBHOE. AND GOOD .AY' loot hnw005.. Due ud ...
TilE CURTAIN DROPPER and we voice date marketing technique) In it" C.dlS.5In day five days a week You'II bt trilntd it Mil", I advancement. Preferred 0,01,5. MU 17341.ATTRACTIVE .

three heartfelt "bravos" was Eldridge's luncheon its fight to Increase its shareof I' .*alnt.. ..hoO.Ctrp.nttt'in lil*i.**tSuHdtnt. Write' P. 0. Box. 1009 Lake, Springs Villn ittwird. . ,Amtrlci'i Irilnlni mbFiutllul wtr ...: age 23 to 30. Send com S S.. tocltl wtrk WOMAM, ....hln.Inlhlrtltl kick.unt .,

talk during which he ruined the appetites of various ; the market. II OtAt 5nO3.4S., Tilt. Brio. .__WarS land. VU.". you'II totor iwimmlloirini. '.lne 7... plete resume to Pcrsoi .. > ). dttlrti ehilltntlnl ...

citrus producers present with an assertion that The basic flaw In the mar. ", ,.............,.rl.,....",... ort ."..: 'I.r:1"h"| net Manager Post Of Y.Sill.,.,.,, lloo Laktland'minimum.'Writ-Udirr -

the only way the grower is going to make any ket thinking of the citrus industry : P.I"..tint. B.....,,". ro quiiiry..'. Air for Llan tonildVritionta llrwird*:. lice Box 1113: Bartow WANT CARPENTIRINU: work ....
H ,
he said Is Inclination .1. !pilnuni' tl rtaitntoltprlrtl
an a nry
.MfllOtntral ,ou muit bti a him School pr.4051.i Florida.
money within the next 10 years is by holding 15 to ignore the expressed H e_ _., I**** until' ItMdtwi tnd dl'".- Mt joh Ito .....n. 5lJ.0iU.lIOMRZPAi0iG05tSl .
cent of his LEDGER ." _.. ....., AM City Employment without ihUdrtn. conn. .
per crop from the market. 055. APLICANTI PaR ..I.r oft)... : nr.tnttr
desires .......
of consumers and to II Tool .r-dii ., Itait 80 ..... of 55. 10' n.. II.. d.o..nl. tot > work riblnri work CitU
pr.onsl -
This statement fell on many deaf ears because limit market approaches to n.* PI.-.I DodintI,..ui..l*'Ie ;i Week's Fee ,tlrli II Vt m., ...1. for futu . In......,. IInd rum. 10"I. nllot ,.... 400'6034SaAMntRLis
several executives in the course of the afternoon |J 53Idjp.' con.ldll.lI.nl. 5 a' U SI' till .., D.I.I.I, *1 01 Polk OtllllM loa miS.in .
the the Indu.try is In (Vpon Acctptinci)
concept .I.h bttwtfl 101 tad ISO 00. BoO 10. Lok.l.n' .
.
lusleess ServIce .hlld..n. .Joth. MU 0.1504.
parleys took occasion to express their feelings that the orange juice business Instead pound In proportloB tA hillhllnd //1
SB Vumllurtjr 5.4Irl.5555' FEMALE hivt it .Itut SO,40 vlilonoona IRONING AND llr-it h-mmlnt
the industry will surely get rid of all those oranges said Oehlert, the Industry Ajtttuntmt.n p.50. .ss.Ss.pioe3s ,, link Ttlltr. Lau < t Sroisinossldrndl. C"'j 11..11. CHI MU 3-1117. 1UI
mrk. PIX Op.
because, after all, price of concentrate will drop to should take the broad WANT Btaub 5.5 I.MintIt P.rl.r.li 50StO, ,. Eiteutlut Surntary, Clihir.Bookkttptr. ISIS NOW: ?INTIRVIEWINa AND rUTUKI OPBNINOS'Mr. roll CCR. WATCH REPAIRMAN w.., Ith BtrtttCOLORKD .

an attractive buy for the shopper and all those peo. view that it la In the refreshment i _-.1..., !._..'.,......"1.* 0111.. .Work liCIt.,.BonkktptrCrtdlt Edlphoni. .1 MU_ 0.5001., WOMAN dlllrft york

pie drinking that other fake vitamin-added stuff market, with ail that II HtuM- Wtthlnt) ).....ttr. X-riy Ut Ttoh, Book. .n: tittllml ovporlunltr for Bi.
C. R.
Donnelly
he 14 Nttllnt Itrvltt. SnOW U'por Btnk En AccountinlH .lUi .... of fi,4 ron tmrl.BCI -
This is FINANCIAL
will soon come to their senses and insist on the real Implies. necssary 63 R.nd..1..bnt1.-4.o.p I 'I Btort Man...r. Caihler. .._...
of
stuff, etc. Which might possibly happen; however, said because seven out of 10 a. L..alp..0.S.roo.sOP nOot.i.o .....nt'... CredIt, Btcrttar'y Mlr. .OpUral Loan 0111 lob..Work.sr Em.., LOCATION Lakeland Terrace HotelATS' maSons rtptir ilort t ill.r. tutu Urn.U.a,

it all sounds rather "iffy." American families do not buy ADS I I.. M..',.......M.,.","rttliTunin... >lk>._ .H........, W.II'...-.. Houuktop.r Ull. 62 Business Opportunities I

orange concentrate regularly 4. 1'4r'. Urt In, Woai-ni Apnartl
Since growers are blissfully preparing to plant .1 ......lBt. Dw.'... Lo"" >_ .>Ui. Ctunttr Oirlt .u.... Applf CHOICI aUBINEBU and 10,0m5
-instesd they are using other it pad.. r.ivit...t bryboS ...dl.., Appllinot Stlti Ltd In Thursday April Knui. prtairtiti. U.I lIu'". LMLA.
another 100,000 acres of citrus in the southern partof beverages. 4 ....... 5.ums '.... CisOhos Pr....,. Florida State Employment ....II.'. 11.7 .. .,....... .1...

the state as if to spite the bad signs being experienced Oehlert suggested the Industry 40 .: : .,51.5 No.651.5.$0rVla5 Coo_,, Ota. Offlci, Colortd, Curb : Service MU 1-010'1.
in the market it logical to 4. CtMHItlBTxttwrltr rlopi, 4 to 8 p.m. OUI-FOUR: rintil uniu.. G0'fl.pi.I.ty .
now seems us
is hurting Itself by adhering 4t '... StrvltpWitch Iu.nt.h.d. Good losatigsto
the prospect of twice as many oranges to sell as the to a belief that future 45 4n 5550 ft-CIO PuinptS ** BtpatrW MALE: Or Write To: SIS I..t tomes atrnlUmiind Count 113.aUI.WANTED Club. Iota.... IdOl

industry has had to cope with in its biggest year sales will Increase because 85 .6.'o..uS '5500 Bask Titl'r Loan Irritation CI.._. Offlct Man R. 0. Hsch Employment lr.n.t1

might very well mean the necessity of taking such the population is expandingand 5. ."'..Employment,......., A n5b5. Supply AM"( Mir Salttmin.Toil,., TranimlitlonMm Manager TO BUY

a drastic action as Eldridge suggests as nasty II it becoming wealthier and 11 Mtlp *51.304 Chtf, Sloop Torsos. Dralta.Journirmin Eastern Air Lines, Inc.
Us SSoSp b.d P-.SO m.n. OUI. M.r. Auto lIP. Polk
might seem now. to a belief there II "no com 14 Htlp, WtntJ: Mala El-clrl'cltn, In. Ad. Miami International Airport County
II .. ..._ luilor, Mrd Lb T..", flntnr Miami. Florida 33148 GENERAL ACCOUNTANT Liquor license.
petitive substitute" for the In II .SSSI5'5. Mir. Tr.lntt. Air Condo Layout
I .. .. .
CHAMPION OF FREE ENTERPRISE at the dustry's major product."If is If A .t. **! Man. BnoktMntr-Alrounlant In.. A. huh Opportunity Employ *n ass....1... ptnoBiblt ..... Write Box M-271

clinic the of Minute Maid Ben II. OehlertJr. some processors feel "nnonclarIt Inttr Party Cniaf. Appllanct Rt.i "or old BctountiBi induiK. ..1.th" Lakeland
was pilot >ilr Mtn. Dtbll Tr.m-t. Bhtrt b kuilnni. formil ioll) iIptrllBf .. LeJger.
who prompted much comment with his refresh that their product has an au- 1"1".Imurtnoo. O.r0o.'lbO M'lal Man. Auto MfcBinlc, Roult, IF YOU NEED no *. U Will b. IrBIBtd
,
,.. .... ... tltrntn Appllinrt Rlltimrn In ill oh...* of company iceouauiflti.
market BMdB
tortlatically expanding 14 ItMkt SMALL OHOCIHV with llvlnt
Will) Orllltrt Ctm.nl
ing and highly individualistic echoing down from nitrmtn. In. Good a.. ..d .."' ..., ,.....
PalBUr, a good steady Income and .u. littlltlt opportunity
much Piniihtri Sort .
they then will not give Muss h...
the halls of Coca-Cola views. :; .:::5"1:1.-: :" DI..., Salnmtn. Coo_.. Dlthwlih. can work only half days. .100. IriBiporli- lot ,.",,.d ttuplt.tt auppltntnt
how .
thought on to expand 'rlflrtko'ltore' ir. Nuntry Man Slack Bayt .... .IMBlt Poor BlllUl-BUlt Mil.Ctll
aside from the ApplyFlorida
maintained good
Oehlert that that market" Oehlert said. HOB Attindtnt. sell AVON Cosmetics. 0521435.oOUOI .

work Florida Citrus Commission is doing in commodity "Perhaps that explains the ;t P"Cltriit' StoWtoWtrVrultl loll Experience unnecessary. State Employment "'AND builntu for lilt byowr.r.
...,
Hiihway II of Push
advertising, citrus processors must go all out absence of thought concerning H ? VtttaVtBT Rm. 208 Arcade Bldg. Write P. O. Box 1395 I Service ct.. 7 -87.aPAMTNEHSHIP.

in brand name advertising an area that is woefully advertising on the part ofmany 7S land Cl.... >. POH lilt. Autt

meager at present in } .orida citrus. in our Industry. I'd 7s" i.Nu n >M MMtTrat ..,_. Call 682-4137 or I SIS Cut Liktlina Limos Str..t mill tintrlt lOn.Ims,1.
"The only way you can have excitement In the rather give them more credit ;: e StuiprntalInitrvctlon Sufttrrwt -). IIml"M', ", .. 43.42l.

marketplace is with competition between products" than that but the facts are II .... LakelandSECRETARY I IIP I1J WUT M-morlal Blfd Cornrrorttlon

the automobile industry hard to ignore. And the facts ATTENTIONMEN you c ips.r S boo hours.i U. . R nl no. moath, Call
said Oehlert who pointed to ..ll print idnrtlilBi ind BMK rk bOO 113MRESTAURANT
example. How would the well-known are that for over a dozen .ui. antiot.L......MutM_ A WOMEN 100. plo' p., ,..., wnd loturnd EQUIPMENT
as a prime
our Industry's messsge BlhMllUvSStKK ,..u... M PO. 10, M-3II nd Iou.'''_. .... ..' blOom
makes of General Motors Ford Chrysler have be. years ;; A5 Jl-4 yuril If you onIon Likiilind, L.ds.r. .11a i itod kutlntit lolni now.

if the auto manu has failed to reach the 70 .... ,.. YOUNG PUT ....1.. ....nl. 8.., Detail. ""-4"11, "' -"&.
come .household words he asked St Doso lilt ork tontlnut .In. thli s4'Aftsr ..",tin.nt volition shorttiiiaecurilt ISS
cent of American families ... P5W .001 .41,. LIT: Ul .s,.. how
per IB *' c. 055055 utl.ull. 50545 ytu you tin
facturers at their origin merely banded together and who do not use frozen .. LlvnwckId .Inl". pooled would you 'sod.. tyBini riqulnd, Con Too .OiOl.tO.0..S.: A.. .d u... build pour IWB arofltiblt bu.l-
ads to automobiles. Theyare orange .Ptultrv...,. A SupplltaII Ilk. it Biinm 1 diy kuilntui intri.9DSINERS tic n .040.l.! ..p.,l.... no h,. now worklni piG0, full tI"' .
.
in
asked the public "try 4 Suptli
concentrate regularly. . Writ.
PO not
too rill
MV
IJ Wt.t*<-Llvttlttli. PaW a i lutrintwd IBBUI) .51." PKOMOTIONS rioriS BuiiBtM M pltnttful v n tr
comfortable to ride In." "The facts further are that Merchandise sod tthir rlnit. btntllli sock Hwy, IJ-I MUM Cut n. Irsini 50n05)r.d. Cictptlan- 3.2111. bttwttB sod IJ I m

Oehlert advanced a plait he believes will stimu. our industry's thinking and II ",...... .. irtUP BMpllBlllttlOB.. lift .... .11 mO.III., hl.h Ho.sriS1 door-to-door.. I 001511. aa?allhl Itn.1. TIXACO INC 1..II.n 1or.ll,
....
salesof 14 c.l". lumptM rinct, ".Id ricitloni. II II ..11., ""..... ..._. 111..1 job for 555,5 I In A ub.md.l. en
late brand advertising and as a consequence up our Industry's contributions el".I. ._ 34 Help Wontis", Male HI.b... 12. PitS ttslniO ...11.
for the industry asa have' been confined to the M Antlauii"C..H .rll. BQJI lOa!. LB.ilind moot.di 35.1.. 5'OPS..., 000 0t hid I..rout. .11.. CDot..1 ft. A. .1..h.IIII",
such products as concentrate DIAL 0. .rtIO''. P5 ...i.Neo.U. .1' m.n.nl. B.nd lii' id.drtu 5147111..Sbn.OJlclolebu
technology of grove expansion Ssr3.. i ........ WBdlid rtctnl photo whlckMI IRMITI AND Ptlt tontrtl .010.- to ion 7th Aftnuo Boutn. _
whole. U, a. , .aWrS' iSOSIlSIIs. not hi-t ta kt nlurnid. n's,. Eiptrl-ntt kilpful .....- Room 121 "irmliurum. AlibimiCompliw sTORE In On,.. Pork
levying of a per box tax of harvesting improvements and :' :. '., ;. .. o00.. T.rmlnii, Jii Miw Aubund.l. iBlormitlon miiltd 3.. ron .65 "u'lII ,1.hI. W.II ..I.-
Oehlert suggested and "I H-t A AU N HII....>.. ", .dlll.l, __.._. lI.hld .nd sot y.n.flt. kINd
12 cents with the provision that processing techniques 101 Cl.t.mt In .001?. ...., ....,, 1005.
on every processor AptllaMM MAIDS. YAIIOIIIII. 651' sttWrs RBLIABLI
have not included the marketIng lit Pt.r'lI5rs 4 MAN bilt Ull IKnd C.II Mr tlltorb" ii J. C Ond.
returned to the producerif 114 O.I. O.I. 0005 011I.. Slip. Shod mao. Rita.. 4 .
half of that sum would be CAREER aI 11 I 0TSrObSu..5T 40itrr. 11..110'. 0111.. 403-0375. MombstI.
element to III lrIM .
so hstlk fSrdS fmqolc d ..
necesssry 4
505 550 Imlltot opporiuall* fornormal.
he showed that he spent 12 cents of his own our survival. MU n. Mathlfitrv..._.,... .A....T._._ ".::1-.... OPPORTUNITIES I II 0 dos Apply la ptrioari U I. A. .
105 PI.., N00l0S ...... I Rifneiorf CoBtricMri. 1....I l.RninED etuplt tpportu.Ity
money on brand advertising. Product Preoccupation lit ".dl* TtM.Uia*> We have more qualified SlOTS. 10 I. Nul...... : . Will ...rlll... for kttt of.
on individual brand advertising III BtiUurtnl ItuipmtHlIII LICENSEDREAL ftr. fBiill uptriti witn IM iti
Twelve cents spent '. leads than our staff can ('R'gTIAN MAN BMdfd Full 0' .. ,
.. 110. lad ittrutlvt apart
is worth 36 cents spent by the Commission on . As has happened industries to 111 IU w-0..... 55.l05'b.::nilUtAutomotive ESTATE take care of. I'm looking'.o"l-lImIII.Llm..., Bundir School 5.55,110I.mlnl I IItBro )..-. .....1..1 Wiuchult....... tn HII....1-Tltt' ..3

Oehlert asserted although other once-great .... n. Fttotptri
commodity advertising OPC PERSONNEL for IS ambitious men over In kilpful. Cora 1100 _1'Ibd

"Florida Citrus Commission does an excellent job we have permitted ourselvesto 6-1151 54 AuW a.. e.04.DoOWe ::1I who want year 'round up Mudin Hi Co.,ornpttuun n w...t Midift Wril.Jnhn .. ciTIEB* itirtrtivt BERV1CB ttrvlet Oil iliUtB Compinyhi ftrIrtit

under the handicaps they have." be blinded by a narrow bid S < Auto .fU.IM.KWtutmta l.t 9mf Salt Lakeland, Winter Haven employment. No strikes no IOn ., ChleMi .. Ill ta BxiuUi ta IB Auburadiit.
with a specific ala AuMn ilttWtll_ Lake Wales Sebrlng Wau- Altrictlvt rtntil Plninelni l.tllPIVE -
preoccupation Is. 11.._.>... 005. P5.. layoffs, 30 hour week. VAN IJRIVIRI ...d.d .... ibIs lot ".II''d .......Iyt ..u._
and Influenced by the .. . chula. We need 10 ion II .n 0"n..Io' d.I')
Oehlert product II ft H. c. TriMMMtmtt topmen In..m.n. 6,50661. 005. rail
DISCUSSING illS OWN COMPANY ...... .", ._to plessant work excellent ins far Mirth *...'leiB Via .U-U..
value of our reserves . In a1 ....... and woman for Polk, tin. Am.rIcs'l 'aol..I.uo.'n.movln. 00W
told the crowd at the clinic that Minute Maid is this case our grove holdings.We ....... Htrrot *.._ ardee, and Highlands pay ..n com...,. ConpltuIllnf ".000 Md fin 1500 ..*
coin vending n p.oo ......1110. toss Tills ..... Sr.. 3ll.ni.. u'rh koadt Bfallikla. Ptont
eventually developing a ..... ,..,.... bulbS
dreaming of have paid little or no at. a4 T. County Previous experience 'Apply 310 Arcade Building, ,Or.' 1100001.. tr,5 550 m5til00.000n (1.3175

machine that would dispense orange juice every- tention V our customers' basic IIntal.H not required. We will trainyou 9 a.m., Monday Saturday ,, S 01..1t Ut 50,8. 640", I.
machine. PlflbSnO 04500 'or 0o.4 .. ""ulr54. Applicant! IM ,,.1
where Coca Cola is now sold by the needs and preferences. HI .,......* Aaartmtnaj and prove to you that 1101.... II and 10. nn. I CHEESE STORE
.,.. ...... *ANfEO; MALE .1.._ for part.
handled the the (I' 500.05 '
would be by Meanwhile said Oehlert. ISIS iiod>l trictar ir i 055100.
Ideally these machines IIP.r5otMo.5l10555'i you can earn more money II.... sonk .. SI5lT5O Signs ..
around the world which citrus industry must learn to s2 50004.. A..L No.005Ins at 8 commission PI.... .... ... ... ........... .ol. do.. piitiBfni.. W..II1. 'In Ort-t Ptrk r.a .. bulbS
% quickerand
1,100 Coca Cola bottlers MaWlo .._.. TrIll 10, lI.all. ._.... lAd.... ilil IB II.o..In' For tuiuuri 55.loll cilht Will Mlakllthtd ..d aaly
them quite an attractive asset for the live with drinks and idea because III ....,. H. LotoI" easier than ever before.INVESTIGATE rill "'00..1 ooortm.nl. on. of lit kind la rouaty. twntr
would make i_ p.. po.s "orl W.... Hi-141-t4tl. onOrItm
they are obviously fillIng ,,__ Wth ...?.. borIs A".I..n Von Lln... nrlni itwn CHI Mr UtUrbtckit
whole. ..
industry as a ..... t C. .d. Riiliar. Olflet
chief said they have alreadytest a need In the consumer 1M u.Mttfta..",...o4 ft 4o.rDoolW 0. D.p.nluBoob. n. 75,3 W.,00. M-031S. ......., L.M L.A.
The Minute Maid market. u. u..,........... ..*- YOU OWE IT TO YOUR 3.51sPs
10 such machines in Baltimore and 10 I.. WanM Tt BMI Uita> NATIONAL COMPANY m's.lullo '.....
marketed "Drinks and ades will result II' 5.0145 I FUTURE. Call collect 6835707. LOOK UP will lnum'w irnkltwiuB. .

in Columbus 0., and are about to add 20 more at in very little change In Real IsTate ,. Cir, toltpheiM and ....nd..bl. -
30 or 40 Minute . Bw...irr. ...t.bll.I.1... NO MONEY DOWNTWO
Also in offing are I 41 MOSS Htm. Lii
each location. orange juice consumption 44 4....... L., >tr l.t ALL STATEDEVELOPMENT odays Cars For Sale ads 'ou... 110-1130 ...11.CI Kirturi4
Maid juice machines that will be spotted at Oehlert said. This is because 41 But**.*. Pro- Mr. Oitrindir, I5l45.P LAONDRIU .
COIN 40 with.n.
orange 44 Po..s. ..._ h- I In this section and be Inn a.1 p m Monden.LXPLR1EXCYD .
the New York World's Fair. 90 per cent or more of orange II e' ,..._ PrnOOy II drt." Na Buinty dtwa to
amazed the excellent : turiisa sos iptniibli kuytr' ,
41 W CORP. by
also been some thinking and 50 of 't"r-:
Oehlert said there has fast per cent or. 41 3.1401,5 .uool' o&oss 10 "..rbSI

of developing a machine to dispense two kinds of juice Is consumed at break. II 3I ..,M.SSI..oS...... 5.....tt Developer of values. Don't delay. 0.10"inildi. Irapirlil"!.couni.r turns"AppK CoRII. I II/ JOHN J. BRENNANIAITO

and drink drinks are consumed at 11 Bui I>UU "W" > I ROCKET CITY _
beverages, pure orange juice an orange ange I I II HautM V.* :: B...r 17 touia Sirtiw Flor. M-41U
other times the ,eI..
during day.
beverage.
for those who prefer a diluted orange ..

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*-PLAKTLAND LEDGER. Sunday, April 1J, Del Local Insurance "iW-rHs: ACVIIIITIIIMr"cmeuiTTBNTH ,,
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t -1 JUDICIAL, CIMCUI11;


U.1, ;; IN THE MILITARY SERVICE At Man Sales Honored Meet I BENNIH, POLKI?IN 40a29anVtCKET PAOH JO CPUNTV.CHANCtHY.CAIB JIANCSBOfOH Na FLORIOA.ill. II:


Army Specialist Four Oil C. Army Pvt. Jeffrey N. Mor.. McGee 224 Orangevlew Lane. Plaintiff.
I In
Pettrs M, ton of Mr. and MriOtli Ian 20, son of Theodore I. Lakeland was assigned to the At a recent sales meeting Hard -v EDWARD_ HANPSBOUOH.
American
tt. C. Peter, Eaton Park Is Morgan 818 W. Carol. Lake. 3d Infantry Division in Germany Atlanta Mutual of the Insurance Com W1BtTHB : >
NOTICE OW
Is McGee Is ware
land serving with the 14th March 24. a
serving with the 14th Armored Gus Trautman. hAIlS 0V FLORIDA
Armored in In pany. H. I.. ( ) TOl
Cavalry Regiment heavy weapons Infantryman KDWAHD: HANDBBOUdHl I
1 Cavalry Regiment In Germany. Germany. The members of Headquarters Company. 1 lat of 824 Orange Park Avenue was whose. roeldance and maUim
Hono r address Sal UNKNOWN
41 The members of Specialist, Morgan's unit maintain eon- Battalion of the division' 7th .I presented the AHM he You are hereby notified that a. ,
Peters' unit maintain constant' itant surveillance of the aensi-Infantry, The 18-year-old soldier p Award. The bronie plaque suit for divorce has' been fund
\i surveillance of the live : In October received 1 Is emblematic of his atatnit you In the above entitled: i
sensitive East-West German border entered the Army award for ecu..I and that you are hereby
t East-West German border through the use of joep-mountex 1963. completed basic training company' highest required! to serve a copy of your I
I and service \
.1 through the use of Jeepmountedt patrols and observation and at Fort Jackson S. C, and wa sale. achievement answer upon Walter or ether W. Msnley.written plaintiff drfona'
In this
patrols and observation and listening posts. Overseas since last stationed at Fort Gordon. I to hi* customers area. Attorney, whoeo address i li P. o.

\ > listening post Overseas since last September he is a unit Ga. McGee attended Lakeland He also received recognition for,before Box 254 the Lakeland S2nd day of Florida April. A.on D.or I

i August 1M1 he II a mechanic policeman in the reg.men High School. other sties accompU.hmenlidurin 1114, and before or Immediately

in Headquarters Troop of the Headquarters Troop. Morgan Robert L. Pryor. 22, brotherof Trautmans the year 1963.have reside* !-thereafter' the above to file styled with Court the Clerk the

regiment's 3d Reconnaissance entered the Army In February Mrs. Nadine Sloan of 1309 : .. The orlln.1 of said' answer or Mid I
than 11
Squadron near Bad Hersfeld. 1963 and completed basic trainIng H. Farris In Lakeland for more wnltt.n defenses, If any
and
Dixon St. Jerry ,
He and his wife, Jane, If you fall to do so, decrte pro
John N. Ewbank Jr. has recently at Fort Knox. Ky. 21. ion of Mr. and Mrs. Grady year confenno will bs entered anlnit
H. who
been pro Airman Thomas II. Kemp son C.'Farris of 2318 Marjorie Road have resides two ia IOns.Winter James Park and lb.you Complotlnt.for the relief dema.dsd. |I"

moted to Maj. of Mr. and Mrs. M. C. Kempof completed basic training March in WITNESS: m, band and official
Trautman Champaign.
I Gen In the J. M. neal of office at Bartow, Poll,
Rt. 8. Lakeland. Is being re- 20 at the Naval Training Center this
Ill haveseven grtndchl UUt
USAF. Ha Is; assigned to Amarillo AFB Tex., Great Lakes III During the They srn"Adr,". day "

servIng II a recruits receive test dren. tSEAL) P H ftLOAV }R.
for technical training as raining
Trautman I I. active In civic Clerk Circuit Court
deputy of operations -United States Air Force aircraft and interviews which determinetheir social and religious He By Vivian .A. Purvisp
for the maintenance specialist. Airman future assignments in the groups. Deputy Clerk
.
I i. a life member of Lakeland |u
1 .
technical a I r Kemp who enlisted In the Air Navy, Upon completing the program .
Optimist Club Knight Tempi* NOTiCE UNDER
command at Force a short time ago hal they are assigned to serv . : and Scottish Rite Mason a NAME LAW FICTITIOUS
Langley I Air completed his initial basic mill-! ice schools for technical training TO WHOM IT MAT CONCERN
[Force Base.Hampton tary training at Lackland AFB. or to ships and station for member of Egypt Temple Shrinein Notice le hereby given that the
Tampa and a member of the undersigned pursuant to the 'F,
( -
'
V a. 1963 of Kath- training ia a Navy "
Tex. A graduate on-the-Job i Itlouo Name Htatute, Sect!
n
First Methodist Church in Lake-
EWBANK He ls the lon of!leen (Fla.) High School the rating specialty. M.ot. Laws of Florida will red.er ..
land. with the Clerk of the Circuit
I Dr. and Mrs.I airman attended Jones Business Arnold E. Morris IUnne"l Court. In and
J. Nelson Ewbank 849 E. Lime College in Jacksonville. Fla. mate first class. USN son of HQAL AOV .*TI.iMtNTTN Florida, upon reo.pr. r p lnti
the publication of tble ,
St. TMI CIRCUIT' COURT notice the
James Tyson, airman USN Mrs. Glen A. Parcrtto of 1469 .TiNTH JUDICIAL CIMCUtT.POLK ., fictitious name. to-wltt LAKE

son of Mr. and Mrs. WoodrowW. Atlantic Ave. Lakeland, i* participating MISS LAKILAND DIMONSTRATIS SlAT BUT UJI FreHf Morton. Ann' W..... 20, *..*.. COUNTY, rLOnlDA.' TER LAND under OLIDDEN which PAINT CE.N-
I IN CHANCIRY. w. are
engaged
LET US REPLACE Tyson of 338 Griffin Ave..' in "Operation Spring- tee of M,. sad Mrs. CHerUs Dowtoa. of 2110 0....., laud, recently eeUcreo1. Mlse' Lekeloae. 1X4, PATSY RODOERS, ruintlff la bu.I".... Wo expect to oniaie

Lakeland graduated March 20 board" aboard the destroyer ..............1 how .. use. 0 soot bolt. The ,.... woe posed .. cell Honrton to Ski current Ju,.. -v_ '' In Avenue business at 111 Boutli Florida
In the
JAMES EDWARD: RODOERi.CKftndtnU. City of Laktlaod
,
i YOUR BROKEN from the Aviation Fundamental USS Blandy in the Caribbean. lot Clumber ol Commerce sofety .."... Soot belt* will k MM by Joyce members tomorrow I... Florida.

AUTO GLASS School at the Naval Air Tech- Naval Aviation Officer Candidate Lokolono' (Loll... .h... by H."",. NOTICI OP SUIT mid That business tho parties Intorsoted In
THB TATH OF FLORIDA TOl enterprise, are so
4 nical Training Center, Memphis David C. Morehouse ..onof JAMBS EDWARD RODOERSAddrtu follows:
Tenn. He studied mathematics, David W. b lot Clark St., Plant City, completed Unknown Ronald 1C. Jones% Interest
and Mrs.
Mr. 6i: North Mass. Av*., Lakeland Gordon. Ga., March 23. Denton
central office tele- You nottflxi tbot Raymond C. Cono.r'nto'tlt
an eight-week ore lureby a'
I AUTO GLASS physics the principles of electricity Morehouse of 802: Park Hill 1 I. serving with Marine received Instruction I in the switchboard operation ult for Olvorco bu been (ilxnalnit Dated at JJikeland.T'rllt Coun
,
atomic structure static Ave., Lakeland reported March phone you I,, the above entitled ty Florida April 1, It...
$ Iliid and dynamic electricity magnetic 19 for Medium Helicopter Squadron various phase of highly tchnl course April 3 at the Army auMj and that you ore herebquired :.,
training at
pffla theory and the theory and School at the Naval Air Pre-Flight Station. 162. Marine Aircraft Group 2'at cal skill his future work In the Southeastern Signal School Fort newer'. r or to other serve written o copy d of f,you nwpon >. NOTICI OF HF1IFF'S' SALI

construction of aircraft bat the Marine Corps Air Facil. Army will require of him as an Gordon Ga. Crosby was trainedto Brnt\rr\ Miller, Rlndrr Carr. Under and by virtue 01 ... >...
Pensacola. Upon graduation he utlon Issued out of and
hllta Kll.worth, plaintiff atornere underthe
I terles.I will be commissioned Ensign ty New River Jacksonville Infantryman. He entered the help keep communication whoeo addme le P. OBo : seal of the Claim. Court ofoik

Army Pvt. John II. McGee,, N. C. The squadron employ atactic Army in October 1963 and received -complexes running smoothly 4'i, Lakeland' Florida on orbrfors County, Btato of Florida, un
I In the Naval Reserve. tha Sills day of April. A. P.M4 .. dar date of November S, iso;
son of Mr. and Mrs. William H. known al "vertical enlopment" basic training at Fort The year-old soldier enteredthe and before or Immediately" wherein Howard C. Steprenn 4/b'a'tephens
"UC Bernard L. Tobias Jr., aviation J Jackson S. C. Denton Is 1958 October 1963 and Concrete I. '
which i I. the lifting a Army in heifarter to lie with tro Clerk plaintiff and
.. . . . . .J ordnanceman airman-ap-of combat ready Marine over graduate of Lake Wales High completed basic combat rf the above etyled Court the H. M Margaret Pearty It da
indent I have
levied
of aid and
rlflnal upon
aald
answer or
HOMOSOTE : prentice, USN son of Mr. andMrs. and behind enemy line. The School and attended the Unlvcrsity -big at Fort Gordon train-I written def.ni.., If any. I will offer for ecu. and sell to thsIshoet
I Bernard L. Tobias Sr. of squadron Is scheduled to serve of Florida. attended Plant Cityliigh If you fall to do oo, decree pro and beat bidder for caih
::1J" 1021 South Suwannee Ave. Lake- . confo... will be entered ovalne III the front door of tt. Court
40 fears I a tour with the Seventh FleetIn Army PvT. John E. Henderson, you for the relief demanded ,In the House at Bartow, I'olk Count.
I and, returned to Alameda Complaint. Florida, on tho Zllh day of April,
I the Far East in the near fu.ture. of Mr. and Mrs. M. M.
son
) I Th.LeaJerIn. I CalIf. March 28 aboard the WITNESS my hand and crucial II". the same being a legal ..1..
attack
.
,. ,
All Inirsllorio* mode by Henderson Route 4, Plant City, cal. of office at Bartow Polk day at 1:1': p.m., which Is between
'I" ..,.rt w.."....... Completeiteck aircraft carrier USS Rang- .week field County, Florida thlo lOtk day or the legal sale hours ef eleven
ef factory patt.ns : EXTERIOR BOARD : er completing a month of intensive Seaman storekeeper John C. completed an eight Mnrh. A. D ..... clock A. M and two oM-vIt'
for oil motet. of con.Wo offthe RIley, USNR son of Mr. andMrs. communications crewman course (SEAL) i.rtt.c :fuN JR. P. .... of said day, the followingeacrlhed
BARNS training operations at Fort La. April 3. Dur. property of the defend
Polk. ,
H. L. Hunter 917 FmthorAve.
I ,In stock feltchonitel I San Diego Calif., coast. .111 ont H. M A Margaret Pear. v.
terry has been to the Ing the course Henderson received to satisfy said execution and
ninnen, motelthenneli I EXTERIOR PARTITIONS Marine Lance Corporal Richard assigned NOTICI OF aHInieF'aeALI.. o-wlt: eosti
OHO. reouloton.tttintetei ISS Annapolis which if presently training in the operation Under and by virtue of an ei.eu.tion ?
J. of Ons 5t Lincoln. door hard.
I Palmer Mr. and
I POULTRY HOUSES son in Brooklyn, N. Y., Naval of light Army vehicles communications .. iMued out of and under the tel:,. Capri', Serial :SlWASk2lst.
.Irs R. H. Pinson of 810 FinneySt. al of the Circuit Court of Lake
.
gladly' furnlinoo'without 1964
II lI.a
I EXTRA SOLID ard. The USS Annapolis U amajor wiring and wire laying County. State of Florida, und.rI'L.p .t.of 13'.1i.mo. III
I Personnel u
eblifetien.CENTRAL Lakeland completed a -
communication and In center and February T. 1064. wherein If un
relay message 'plaintiff TV. cabinet type: end
INTERIOR PARTITIONS Administration course H. la and A
I : shIp It is the first ship of itskind. switchboard operation. He com M. table; coffee table) tree tamp;
Kennedy Mechanical Contraor -
; Feb. 8 at the Third Marine DIvision DENTON JOHNSON rirsatono Radial table lamp,
J It will be home portedout pleted basic training at Fort Ino. le defendant I have lev- swivel chair; .' S a. cotton
Schools Camp Hanson led upon and will offer for sale
I OXFORDLUMBER of Norfolk Va. Seaman Airman Third Class Timothy Gordon, Ga. The 22-year-old sol- and eell to the Mfheat and be.t rtif:: throw nigs: ; living: roomchair
Okinawa, The trains couch double J
course seeded ; ; bed
t GLASS & MIRROR CO. has been aboard the USS Her Is 1951 graduate of ddr for raah at the front door
: : personnel In administra- Riley R. Johnson son of Mr. and Mrs. a Turkey 01 the twin bads) Jp dressers It' re.
I Court House at Bartowoik
'I"J Vulcan which he was assigned Creek School. frlgeraior. ;. elsctrlo stove,
High
William V. Johnson of 331 Steed- County, Florida on the 19th .
302 tlon at the and battery Firestone; small Duo heaur
N. ;
Av company
: 5' Ingroham *. to immediately after J. USN. day of April 1994, the same being: ,
I 510 Woit MolHPhono II level. graduation Iy Ave., Lake Wales is being Roy Bowen airman round dining table with e

I! f T.l. MU 6.6169 MU 2.2191 Marine Lance Corporal Ira E. from Lakeland Senior High in reassigned to MacDill AFB. on of Mr. and Mrs. Landrum .a..hl..10!leal' sales between day, the, l 1.JO ial p.m.sale. wood MONROE chairs BR ANN'EN

983. 'la., following his graduation 3. Bowen of Davenport returned -hours of eleven o'clock A. M Sheriff of Folk County.Horlda ,
1 : _._.___. -_- .. I Ward. son of Mrs. Velma Rock and two o'clock P. M. of said day .
- From the technical training to Alameda Calif, March the following: detri-lord. properly
Lake WalesPvt. I course for United States Air 28 aboard the attack aircraft or the defendant A. .. Kennedy By KARL W.Civil 5TNCt.AEChief Deputy

I Force personnel specialists at carrier USS Ranger completing ,echanlcal Contractor Ine, to IT-IS5
satisfy aald oiooulloil and .
; DRIVE RIGHT IN Ronald R. Denton 23, :Greenville AFB. Miss. Airman a month of Intensive training ctowlt NOTIC O auanlep'a. aALIUndar
\ Ion of Mr. and Mrs C. Leon That part of Lete t and t .1 and hr virtu. el a DI.
k ohnson was trained to prepare operations off the San Diego Pinch ef Carpenters Second trod Warrant 'l.nued. out or and
I Denton Camp Made Lake :and maintain personnel records Calif., cOast The training was Addition to Bartow as .oord. nder the seal of the Clalrne Court
Wales completed an eight-week .4 In flat Rook I at Pace I. 01 Polk County, State of FlorIda,
AND SAVE : Infantry' course at the U. SArmy and reports and to advise airmen conducted by the Flee( Training Jtucoria of Polk County, Finn- under date of February >7. lieiherein .
\ on Career development Group and gave the Ranger' cia, lylni east of the .Atiantio DONALD L. CHOdnT Is
Training Center FortOYNER'S is COROI I.lne Railroad LK 8AND plaintiff and ALVOTD BTR1CK
The airman
problems. a to increase
crew an opportunity EXCEPT: Reslnnlne at LAND Is defendant, I have levied
\ iiii iraduate of Lake Wiles High the combat readiness of the a point on the I'iortb IIn. 01 twIn and will offer for sale and
kr. School. said Lot I 11.1' fact want .I saIl to the highest and heat bidder
JOTTINGS through drills
U9 f Bulbs ship gunnery tho north." ..orn.r thoreorl tsr, noah at (hi front door of lbs
: P practice and flight training operations ...enoo south 17.oo fret tt-.nr.. Court JIntiee at Bartow, Folk
; N.,. A"". .,.,. Plant CityPvt. vent. to the Atlanllo Coa, County. Florida OB the 7th dl'
Good morning! With most of 1-lne Railroad. thence norrveaterly of April, 1H4, the asms "helen a
j I alonr sold AU.nllo legal sales day, at 1 ;SO p.m.. which
17< us being asked quite often these Peter L. Crosby son of Bartow CO"1 Una! Railroad II lo feetto < I. between the legal sale boon of
M.Avg. Mrs. MaryL. Crosby 903 N. the north line of said Lot I. .even clock, A. ..,. and two
1) days to contribute to numerous thrn's east to the point of beetnnlnh. o'clock PM of said. day the M
I f /Ret. 2560W.75W.IOOW. this column 'faster Sergeant .Benjamin F. wing' described property of tl eef.ndant
worthy causes may Ii I Annie Grinder, t Bench ALVOTD 8TRICK
I PINE Howard son of Mrs. Maude E
( SOUTHERN! Orlndrr. I Tl .
,I fall on many deaf cars. However Blank A o.k. LAND to satisfy" said axecuttol
,Howard of 1410 Magnolia St.,[ Jtlr'aw' 1 Tabl.lIawojoiiiiio and seats toWittCombination :
I <<:III I do feel LUMBERThe Portable Grinder, I Electrlo Badlo-TV-Phone
I Bartow the
COME IN OR WRIT has retired from
that it Is worth' Heat Oun, 7 Eight-Inch BAD graph wash stand living room
COCOA BRUSH very finest fronting! turn United States Air Force after Power Haws. H: ,
; FOR FREE CATALOG t rt Inch chairs (*) end thins tll)
rI $169 I the behalf -I bor you OOH uto for homoiiructlo .... more than 20 of active Ports-cable .... 4 Yahoo NuU sofa dining room table e. 6baire
DOOR MATS-I5".27" I ryern the .* ,li Lose eel Dente) years runners, BAD Nut.runn.rs ( refrigerator. Leonard
j American Can lorUo .i... lipeclolly 10, farfloor !duty. Sergeant Howard, an Air I I/I' B a D Heavy Duty Eloctrlo atove, OB eleetrlowasher

.... /', !cer Society end coiliitf fuses OHO1 for Force personnel technician was Drill.MONROE BRANXENVharlff ere small, I beds table, .chest dr...of.,.draw
'U r191srMohogsny rotters.For assigned to a USAF advisory of
FLUSH DOORS I' \" Most of Polk County, MONROE BRANMbVCherlff
\ I us are eertltlea use, WittornCoder unit assisting the armed forcesof .lorlda nf Polk County, FloridaBYl .
;1" fed up to herewith By KARL W. IIINC'L IRE KAIL W. UNCLAtRB
.1 f INTERIOR _ li widely I vied bscouiefront Viet Nam In their fight Chief CIvU Deputy Chief Civil Deputy
1 ., being ask ** Is not tko deciding' fo<. :against Communist aggression r-I97 I (T.tn..
.
ed
\ .'J\ 176" x 678" x I Hi" . . .S.79 to give to prior to his retirement. The 38 -- -- -
: ror.For
178" x 678" xl 1 %" . . .4.00 ''more and more I outdoor. ..se 'Includingyrter year-old sergeant graduates

:,,' ; 270" 6'/8" 1 1/s" : : worthy causes, ,, and. dock work' von will I
x x . . 410f -
. from Union I Academy High
find Codor. 2i6 ond 2 l
Tom Joyner, jr. for mora and I our
J i4 274": :: x 6'/8" x 1 1V . . .4.89 the dial 'lumber I School. He I II a veteran of World

,'}, I 1, .; 276" x 678" x 1 Va" . . 4.89 I the higher cruelest taxes of etc.diseases Certainly has'! LONG LENGTHS I i' War II and the Korean Conflict .
"
I w i 2'/8" x 678" x 1 % . . .5.20 touched almost '

t o 3'/0' x 6'/8" x I 1W . . . 5.65 VINYL either in immediate every one, We ... Mlllnf choice !no2i Club To Sponsor
our familyor
# and. Z.. In .length* up to
l" I EXTERIOR ASBESTOS close (lends. So when we 10 ft. W. eon fill your roo.niromoiiti Athletic

1 FLOOR discuss the work of the American on thoio .long 'length ... Dinner
: ; 2'/6" x 678" x 1 1W . . .6.75 Cancer Society we are talk- only" 24 hears notice.

'fr! CROTE SIDE LIGHTED 2'/8" x 678" x 1 Pl." . . 6.95 TILE ing about something that most MULBERRY The Mulberry'
FIR PANELING School annual athletic
High
.
MEDICINE CABINET 370" x 6'/8" x 1 14" . . .7.49 of us have been close to at one awards I '
with dinner I 11 scheduled
9 Wo oro beck In badness
A".. Retell 2I.9J SIQSS ea. time or another or will be un "... ond Slh' Fir V-Jolnt. Monday April 20.

) OUR PRICI . iy J less a break through is made. I An eicallont tolling materiel, for I Sponsored by the Phosphate,

The American Cancer Society your torch carport or ..'.... Area Dads and Boosters' Club, '

. I firmly believes that the answer, Coil m MU 2.4851 for all ,the dinner will honor all Junior

1.36 to cancer lies In emi lit weed. Our Redwood. varsity and varsity athletes of''
research.
Thereare
6'T trim 1 ,lumber ll reoienoblo III I' BETTER BLOCKS
: : : : : : 1.59: so many avenues that have I price and out ,lasts oil ether all sports and cheerleaders.

'. 8' yet to be explored and one of, ipociot.. Tickets will coot $2 each and

: i I' '01..1.. feetvre prevent looks at . . 1.82 I them may open the way for the reservations should be made by ; FOR -

," ;ii side lapt. Exclusive tuition curve 9. . . 2.04 I final eradication of this cruelestof EAST SIDE :contacting Bobby Ross head

I;'\ I S makii every shut III snugly ogalnst 10' s . . 2.27 d I II e a a e s. Scientist from basketball coach at Mulberry 25 YEARS

.,,: I, reef docking. Prlcn shown for 26" I ir . . . 2.50 every branch of science lire LUMBER CO. I High. I

,i wide' skts. 12 . . . 2.72Sist I working directly or indirectly on 1 Mile Lest of Light float Awards, will be presented'
the dinner to ath
cancer. They are testing outstanding
every On U.S. Hwy. 92 / BRICKS TOO.
letes.
conceivable Idea. Cancer aclen- ,
-- -- .
:: GARAGE lists day-by-day painstakingly -

G..II" I add to basic knowledge At thesame

DOORS time, other scientists also

Panels efRuit I encouraged with American Cancer BUILDING SUPPLIES

:; -Zf':;. Society support try out
FIR Zlne by 'specific, imaginative approaches
/ Electrolytic Proct 'Ito the cancer problem.

.;; ; PLYWOOD Factory painted
Dove Gray. Two I We are familiar with what

t' f. Interior Exterior I research had doneto T.B. and WE INSTALL

Polio. There Is no reason to believe -
V. .4.8 2.92 3.20 Size : ARMSTRONG

:. j % II 4.8 3.91 4.35 8'x7' . . 39.98zz4x8 done that the same thing can'tbe
to cancer. How long It _____
'
"' / 5.12 5.56 9'x7 . . 44.95 will take no one knows How CEILINGS

: V* x 4 x 8 5.82 6.34 16'x7. . 93.95.x4x8 much it will
money take, no one
'/. 6.77 7.34 knows. Bnt
1 certainly those of
MOl III Moro sad Moro Profotilonal mite!.. '-
us who are able to do so should -
[ .. ,, give to the lotion In loan than
Interior M. "" Folki Are Discovering I American Cancer
/mf, day. Moro than I
II
This Qoellty PaintS Society. In lieu of flowers at -r
SHOP certain 4i, C dozen coiling do. I

'M. I: 1 / American funeral Cancer a check Society to I II the a f., : signs to chaos ,

N11M' et 73 OFF ,great help. A donation each I if' 1 from. Free oft!. i iI

'DAILY aA mo LIST MICMe iy..r. no matter how small or .'; ; : motet. Call ui. I
'
1 $ATU5DAY$ ,. fOLDING RULE P 5y Retail Our Price ,I large la sort of like payingon
an Insurance
policy. A policy

I 4Tk A... .....11 $169 5.75 $3"G a I. 'that will be we cashed know in In for the every long one run McGinnesLUMBER "Eger Made" "Distributing"NATURAL


I when the final break through is NATURAL BUFF -

1 YOU ALWAYS SAVE MORE AT YOUR FRIENDLY made. And it will be made! WHITE VARIED

I I The American Cancer Society CO. BUFF ROCK FACE LINE

Inc., Polk County unit would 600 W. Main St. Ph. 686-3141 WHITE ROCK FACE- IN THE

HOME BUILDERS SUPPLY In, 'appreciate any help that any of MARBLE ROCK FACECLAY BRICK

'us are in a position to make. STANDARD GRAY FIELD

j The address Is P.O. Box 83, Bar-

150 KW TAMPA HWT. UM1AND MU 2-2221 or MU 6-7952 ,'tow Florida. Let' help.

See you next week. EGER
D.... City St. Pete Jeteioto Irodento. OilendoSonford BLOCKS
f Other Stores' . Iredentoa luitu Leeihutg Cetee. I.. I' TOM
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Treniporlation EMPLOYMENT LAKELAND LEDGER. Sunday, April 12 194 7-D f

CLASSIFIEDADVERTISING I

//7 OOINO to Wieoaniin. I as.. EMPLOYMENT EMPLOYMENT
...r. Help .. ... free lra..... 53 Help Wanted, Female
...,........ CY -1213.
RATES Winter 8..... WAITftIrflS WANTIII. SD II SI 54 Htl lp Wonted Mole 54 Help Wanted Mite

I IGET JI "I w.., Masrlai 10.'.....

1\Ii Ft Type BUILDING TRADES LADIES EARN a .... .1.. I.. WANTED EXPERIENCED: : paint. DISTRIBUTORS WANTED Make
Mlnuoua U WordJ ......adi.lee 0.....a' .or4. nod body men Apply. Civil .."- rout future _or.. will ......-
Ice Office. city' 5.15.FOUR .1. while treinlnobe
ttt Our5 "
Minimum 0Ir.-$1.05 ..ii eoadltlone, el the ..... 11m. .
II a Wetllei DI.'I".r.UfIBaJO.
... 14 Building, CorpanterinirWOFINO ae t Fun. cram dealer. Full .
Werde. Day* D Pare Dare I MEN 13.5.MAINTENANCE
0' pars time Far further I'
III. Ml II'I Dl 1340 $1T1" | .V I WIKDOWI alumlnu formatian tall ........ rlaWOMAN NEEDED IMMEDIATELY

111.Id J4I 3 SO Ilia.,. 13 j! eldlno. aorehee. rapalre, altar'
III
Jo-lo It.iS tli IM ioCUAtlUTED lone. 10 nan ike la pay aCanlraetino -, WITH above averaie 1 full time 2 part time
Company laeureiPhona .ulee ability and lood reference.
PACB RATE MO t.Illl. A. kim._ no 30-... bilk wheel educatioir Car necessary Apply ELECTRICIAN
Citrus Men Told Drinks Could H 31 Mr 101... lasS ..... MD 0-IOM F ..... better. sap peeeoeary, emailimauat IM( South Missouri Ave.I I
CLASSIFIED DIBFLAT RAT .1 travellal. ..... leadtlurniihed I Moat fee full, eiperlenced en tilelectrical
II 90 ...' sum ,' Inch I n...... Iraiami' withipeortunlly 1:00: P.M. to 2:30: P.M. eeulpnanl U a I....
local ellruo preeMelni plant, lncludtno .
Contract Itelee "..... Reeaee fat advancement Monday
would .....Id.' part lime kuleWrite aulometle mechlnei and
3NESTOPSERVICFREE iivmt autltna .1 provktui cenlrnl panele PM4 eompuypnyeical
Help Solve WANT AD DIADUNEMaMay eiperlenre. Sd naIl... eta. M pin LAYOUT MEN itruclural or
Production Problems *055 ADs P-IM. Lakeland 5.4..,. late. ..1, fully oiaarienced mentavini
,..'Ie.tl... ESTIMATES neeeeeary taale of .....01..h..I. Ami,
D.. WAITREBUI AND ceok .....01 apply at thie time. RaleII
ItM Aklliaturd.ayIMMday Applr 'in ......... 1031 Beit MaDM ... Four citrus executives would 4UO P M. Monday Remodeling .44M, ..i.1011 Tawndrew. Frank Murpky Cora Florida Slat Employment

confirmed effectively: promote and Growers Cooperative, sufgfst- Wodneeda. 4 30 F.M. TMeeday Florida Rooms DAY COOK ..,Pw.lt...., au," Pembroke. Florida Phone Bar. Service
Thunday they thought market the products ed concentrate must be TII Utld., sIns E..rl...... Apply In par. taw. 113.3170 ar 133.3171 Fart
on a pro- 311 M. Wrdn-da, Addition Repairs 51',. Doltle a> jica '. 114 W.. Meade at WAtar 4 Illl W| art LImos 515,15
there U a place for pure oraneba.ed brand name basis moted more vigorously as a Friday 43B P. M Thundarftturdaj. b..h eaual opportunity. erne ever. u. I.d.05500.4

drinks and ades In David 0 Htmrlck. vice beverage to drink at other 110 MM Friday Storage Space ATTENTION

times than breakfast In orderto Sunday, "SI P.... Friday
Roofing
the citrua Industry. president of Troplcana Pro- ,api.Av aDs HOUSEWIVES COMPUTER

ducts Inc. of Bradenton. said make any inroads on the uds,"SI M 4.55. saunas. Positions available for
Benjamin H. Oehlert Jr., the beverage market. To...... sloe laos. Monday BANK RATE FINANCING now OPERATOR CHAUFFEURSWANTED
president of Minute Maid Co. only way orange Juice can THE W.d.....' 10 ladies abov age 30 who

and the keynote speaker at a compete with the drinks la "Many consumers are buy- n".d.. II 00 If..... Tulada. are interested in working Large phosphate company -

panel discussion of drinks and when such pure Juice products leg these drinks to serve at La (N> Keen Wrtnoedey McGinnes Lumber Co. mornings Guaranteed salary has for Ctiauffiura will lals medal

"are reduced to a housewives breakfast instead of pure or. Friday. II 04 Noon Thunderaiturd vacancy can Plaaiant dally drl'o.Oood .
price 'round Income
idea
the
at second annual year ,
.". II 00 Moo. Thurideytunday high school graduatewith eon..".U.. Call 0.lb. ..
can afford and of ange Juice. said Phillips. 600 West Main MU '-314 weekends .
Citrua and Vegetable Market. are 11 00 Coos Friday no or holidays ., Rothinkfrc IN .aoN
minimum of
one
Ing Clinic here laid Minute consistent quality not subjectto "The inevitable result will be KIND Tho Ledtar will aol M re. Apply In person M Clrala Matal LakalaadPCRMANBNT .

price fluctuations each Idling fewer oranges" .....111. tar matt lain oa. year experience in
Maid Is "convinced there la liuorreet 11._.. 310 Arcade Building
punch card data JOopaplnd
as big market for orange week. Phillips said citrus advertising TilE LAKELAND LEDGER 21 Reefing 9am., Monday Saturda Tech-processing I far wutllflad. ......".

solids in drinks or ides as This can be done Hamrlck should continue to emphasize experience. .bla paraan t* aai II StIlls arhooliraduata
TELEPHONE ROOPINO DEPENDABLE warithlp. WANTED: WHITE middle IIwaman '"
there are in (pure) orange said, by raising fruit maturityatandards the natural vitamin C ... Baiy permeate M.- tire Ini ao koueewerare .. nical training with data with itraBf all around
namtananr
plant aaulpnant
Juice. to produce a better found in pure orange Juice tocounter.ct OF MU 6-F '151 01.... Lumber c..".,. 400 tar elderly voinaa. Oao processing equipment baokiraund Including waldlrawitk .
W. Mai. MO 4-J141 home. email ,.i.". MO I loll desirable. This maikaBla .....rlO... dM,.
Would Use concentrate. He a al d he emphasis on synthetic ALL TYPES reeldanllal e* earnertlal highly .. ....1.. ahatHlar sad abll.lly .
Up Oranges thought the citrus Industry will vitamins in the promotions root repaired nr replaced position offers excellent ta aaaut In .._.1.1.. plank'
McCoy'. lUxilIni end Meet UtUU.Ma HAVE OPENINGSFor operation II I... Com....', Ina..
Oehert said there must be still be able to market 200 by manufacturers of syn. WHI oil.. MO I-J1J3 opportunity for advancement PO a*. ..n. LakalandINDUSTRIAL .

more citrus firms producing million gallons of concentrate, thetics. ANNOUNCEMENTS ALL TYPES naShSfspalr54. personal

drinks and adea and predicted as envisioned in the future, Bruce W. Skinner, general BUSINESSYOU'RE pieced. Repair luerantoed IO Experienced Salesladies growth and financial re- PAINTER
...
4 list and Petted Deeie Raoflni Co .13.
that in 10 years overproduction when prices are back down to manager of H. P. Hood and Age JO 4D wards. Preferred age 20

problems would be a realistic level. Sons of Dunedin called for a waD, auto ..... I ",,..Ut.. II... 24 Plaster StvctePLAITERINO to 30. Send complete MASS ba full' .._ .....4 In
solved if the aid vnlto. pointeitaially .."'. p.vd,. 0.1.".. all typo of turfaoaiand .
manufacturers of R. V. Phillips general manager "concerted study in three Ml a...... 553.3753. PATCHINO Mlllnii ApplyPersonnel resume to Employment nlilni painw aoaardina ta

these solids-based drinks of the Halnes City Citrus areas" as a step toward solvIng ..> AlteraUoni end. addition. Office Supervisor, Post Office .Surf,Iml....'. rnanaat raqulramnta wark. Iot.n.Uoclv.ina '..,.
Prt. ntlmatee. II....... Jeff Toion
the of of .....
'" problem lag S Partanal Nallcai MU t-.lilt Box: 867, Bartow Flor. I eomplrM. paint 15,145ml
,< sales of .. .Id.. at a ares local In.
pure orange products. MAAS BROTHERS Ida. duitrlal plant. Pamlllarlly Situ

The areas he defined were BUT BELL wad loots tuna anporting BUSINESS SERVICE mad.. Induitrlal. ..... aoulp.
gaoda. Dal MD ...3M ...., ....aual. Pa, to stint IUS
aupply-to determine if some for uunaia. Culborton! ...d.... .. bo.r.
THE CITRUS control should be 30 Beauty Parlori YOUNG LADYWe
made on TRADING 5TA51Pe eurlissiod orbointl. The following positions are:
AFTER .1....... 10' Apply
production of oranges in order asia Llm. at our Lakeland
new
need for open
553.5545' CLARA BEAUTY Salon eoraplrte a young lady Florida State Employment
to keep prices at attrac. "..ul, eervlce. hair eirllnt. hair tore. Building materials .
LOU ILIP cnn" hop, I.otn. rIrlss. ..........1.. Oak Avenu, automobile billing clerk. Service
tive levels-new product research ...." Road III-407I On. salesmen plumbing heat
CIRCUIT I.j KiUilt.n Clara Oarland MU She must be a fast and accurate ; Sll Root Union aifaalLtkilind
.... ..
and better periee .d., sun eoverAuittlan '. 1-0070
marketing urialna, ...... codrodi typist and have some log and air conditioning

procedures ik5. .d. imd ia.tAiliUs.. II... horthand Preference will salesmen. Must be expert
J6 lawnmowirs t Servke
af eamplei to chooie from
By DAVE PRATT Each of the panelists expressed CHRISTIAN sussiso hamapea be given to someone with enced. Car essential. Liberal -56 Salesmen

L Staff beliefs that the Food anaolel attention tlveo 10'' REPAIRS ON all maSs lawnno. automobile title and contract benefit plan including
4gn Writer and the a.... af pack natlont. MDS .ra ... Saul analaai. Praa MInataa SALESMAN WANTED for home
Administration savings and retirement
Drug .IJM. on rapalri. Oabla Auto experience or some plan, delivery aio SI.10. CommUilonplui

should make it compulsory AUTO IwaURANCa. Mad an ... Ilatirla. 101 Norto' Piarlda. ass legal experience. Applicant paid vacation, Immediate eompanf binaflta. haipltau

Something Old, Something New that manufacturers of Drang*, .Id... .. Iniurtnoef I Imonuii 81.U. PDona MU S-MOI must be neat In appen discount privileges --"in.....n.. iraup Apply life Burdni. accident Oem and".
to Call MU4l
drinks and ades must list the pay n MflttrtH RanevotlnfMATTREII nee, able to meet the public I dO Lake Wire Drue
AS COULD ,... Contact Mrs. A. Cuyler
BE EXPECTED there much a Ai LEE pins and photo t i .
was orange solids contents of their Ini. ....o..DII. 131 Lake Baula and accustomed to working BIO MONEY' : IN YOUR OWN

speculation Thursday at the Citrus and Vegetable products on the labels this Drive.SHIRLEY. aarviaa. RINOVATINO Los Mattraai -Com tay i under preilure.LAKELAND I Personnel ManagerMONTGOMERY Build your .U'INA'bit piylni home....

Marketing Clinic here on the prospect of considerable would make it easier for the FLOWEH aad Bab, 0".y. Phona MO l-..4l. h oA..roo 1. ,u.I"..,-*......, Ins
Shop, 'Jol Bourn rand Copitta ... FORD I coma tar Ilia-with aver IM fin.
overproduction of citrus in the near future shopper who wants pure orange liDO or mllllntry tuppllIramia .., WARD ..o aualliy COflMETlCB AND

underlined by Dr. Clarence Eldridge'i startling prediction juice to identify it. matarlalialLVIR *, Walls Pumps" CO. INC I 1026 E. Memorial Blvd. HOMI NEEDS Beautiful pack.f .

DOLLAR Sp'.r found. 123 Lake Mirror Drive 8:30 .4:30 5.... ..t ..U.... Guaranteed
that production by 196768will Propose FDA Standards It,. ,,,""1.. until Ulh Call for LIT MONTOOMIRT Ward d.lII. : : mart ouierl. ..11I... advance taDittrlkutar
r probably be more like 200 million appointment. hisS anork .IU our will and Instill your wiuyiUB ,IAL&tiLADIES WANTED wllmppch.dlslop Write your p5.... ei.
said I out I. Dp M la ....... ta pay I end d.'mml oorls. Old 17 Company, Dipt.impi .
I boxes than the Boor, Allen and Phillips the Florida Phona MO 1-1103 ...d 'bllll,. P55a .."" .I.lIro n..... AGRICULTURALENGINEER N. ".. SMIO
Canners Association has WIDOW WOULD Ilka U Iha.. : ..
proposed A. 2&04e. r. W. Woql-
Hamilton estimate of 135 million. air. wnditlontd 5550,. WHIt rallna .
worth Bo.thnl.
the FDA set minimum .... $1 Wark Wanted
;
lady pi. .urroundlni en EMPLOYMENT
Much of the discussion on this solids standards for blurt anopplni aonl.r. put .1 WANTED CAR hop 11 ar Ovelent Local Industrial company
orange I' and .... Apply I. ... TRACTOR Maw.if .
and other front door Un m nuloi frodovnlovn "oa. WORK: wanted
problems fighting synthetics drinks that would label drinks RaftrMiroi ..piahantt 52 Htlp Wanted. ;Whirl Wind prlve In. JOn a..... offers challenging if and ...11eI1... Mew. aaulpmenv
drinks and ades; improving mod Richmond Road and Hllle BlvdWAITRESS !opportunity for college Uulck ....1.0. Call for tree eitl.malei .
10 cent solidsas
containing per Fred L ,...... MTJ 1-083.
marketing and promotion, etc. was drinks" and those Advertise WANTED neat enependible graduate with degree in "
"orange
Lakeland Ian.. NU STUDENT MALE, ....Iro. part
old that but they were topics well containing :30 to SO per cent CLASSIFIEDINDEX COLORED PERSON 25 to .108 agriculture. Should time. bookkoepmo ...111... Call
133 1081. a".... ..t.... S.Mid
worth airing again and here and solids as "orange J Juice I 45 years of age. Experienced have experience in I 30 ....d....

there were some comments that were drinks" But he wondered if In office work filing AIRLINE OPPORTUNITY areas of agricultural education -JUNIOR WEST ell lawn .....

-- newly minted and the difference between tha Ariniunciminlt I.. .ad 1I.la. $50I. WI5hlsi
definitely not of typing bookkeeping, and grove work
,o Mii.rl.0. Be A Stewardess For ThNation's and palntlnt. Phone MO I-1334I .

PRATT the calibre that would be permitted two types would be confusing IN ,I Card._.5 ThaiikaI cashier Woman preferred, Most Progressive,county agent activities, no aniwer,. MD 13700 734Creireal .

under the somewhat overly- aternal. to consumers. .. \.000 ..l. Psosdpiss. would consider man. Must Airline! and supervision. Initial Drive Lekelend Florida
.. Ll0MTCARP1NtIRi1i"'ip.lslIas
istic auspices of Florida Citrus Mutual and Florida Oehlert, in his talk said I 8 Plam' .1 .. ? have good personality for EASTERN AIR LINES assignment will be as Work by JOB or hour

Citrus Commission. the citrus Industry has been ,S Feundeteif'aerwwabjBdlldTnVlra'ti'' dealing with tenants Pos Stars II t Cars,..r epportun labor foreman with ex MU .aIl1O..

...... --L L in lion bonded. Eight hours a ,ol ,.., lll.tlm. with TRAVtPREHIIOI .. WILL CAR tor .iklldn whIlssut
sluggish adopting cellent forI
w lIf W up-to- Sa.. : AND 0000 'AY'' opportunity hsrwrba 0i.aad.-

TilE CURTAIN DROPPER and we voice date marketing technique In is as, C.sdisstris day, five day a week You'11 b, \ am.d .l Mllml I advancement. Preferred SI,... MU .-1341ATTRACT1VB .

three heartfelt "bravos" Its fight to Increase its shareof THE. Asslo... 5500... SIds Write P. O. Box 1009( Lak mirlnti VIII. . Amirlct. mbrtutlful ...: 25 to 30. Send WOMAN lit thlrtltl.
was Eldrldge's luncheon to bests C.ns.olantss a0.san4. trtlnlnt c age complete BB., ...1.1 ..... taaohlni. back
talk during which he ruined the appetites of Vllrl. the market. IS ..'..,. ... ..,.. i.wais land tar wnira rou'II tutor .wlmmlSS. resume to Personnel around daiiraa ehaUaaaint I POlilon -
sut..s .0""'" ( and trta anhaoriaiOH r.
ous citrus producers present with an assertion that The basic flaw In the mar- I., PI._....".u.',.............. : ln'm r*. ,Ar Manager, Post O. .yil,. 1300 Laaaland,m/nlpum.fcadarr:: '.w/riia, '" oaM

the ket thinking of the citrus Industry ' ...1." . _.." ... Ta auilirr: for ntuloVritlonin a. fice Box 1115 Bartow s.dp.lntlspaa..r
only way the grower is going to make : lostsPS Air TA.tpwardP,0.PoA WANT CARPINTIRtNO work
any he said is an inclination 2 ......._.....'" p raaMnibapricol
money within the next 19( is --.". mAt a him nhool prod' Florida. , ... .
13 .r.I
by holding mall du ajRONINd
years to Ignore the expressed LEDGER Uktti ,in.l wldewi' and dlsr-, NO ton -
per cent of his crop from the market. II.A 'E AAA City Employment .50'. without ehlldnn. APPLICANTs PON ehrtf ./' ...rI. SSOUCRIPAIPSS. O..nl rho.0isr .
desires of consumers and to !l. .r.dll .l lra.t 30 ,..r* ., n.. fIrS dapartoont Far pa.inal ..!, ..,.. ..hl.Pk ..... IoU.
This statement feU on many deaf ears because limit market approaches to 1 A ..,..-..- V Week's Fee airli 1'<4 mar apply" lor eon"-j, InUrtltw. land rtiumt to '5515 t.... 055.5034..5AM.t01155 .
..
several executives in the 14 I onildwaUom: 12 11 ?I ir.t Dlilrlpl Ml Cao .. .
of the afternoon W..I'O DIIII1. m.k.In.
course In .Jtn..J. I : J.b
the is
the concept industry Upon Acceptance) w.iih b.'.... lOn Bn. lo>. .. .J : ,.. .
Builniu strviceir I ohlld'on S .1.15" MU .II'
_
parleys took occasion to express their feelings that the orange juice business Instead sounds II. proportion tb ImsIshIl.s.d
Cr515n. 004I.io5 .. .. .. ..
FEMALE hasati. I 10 U uloonlaol AND ar> hrmmlna
the industry will surely get rid of all those oranges said Oehlert the industry Aeoeunk.na. Boukkoeptnfft I..... tonld.r.di. >a>.aabla. Call tlV 1.1117. 1UI

because, after all, price of concentrate will drop to should take the broad WANT t. o.eT'e't'naMeuee .ank>r Trller. C..miitl. Loan. Iwrttarr Cltrk FIX. Cnh Oprau NOW( : INTKRVIEW1NO AND rilTVUB: OFBNINOfMr FOR: CVHINT -' WATCH REPAIRMAN w... Ion ctrart

an attractive buy for the shopper and all those people view that It Is in the refreshment ne .....S..a4p.'isn.n .... j.... ......',...... BookkMpar Office .Worttre NCR ookktrptrCredit Edlphon.. .U COLOR 1-11.WOMAN d..Iris .0,1t.
_. ..., .
drinking that other fake, vitamin-added stuff market, with all that Is '1 c.Weehlnaleal I"' perater. Roar Los T...... Book .n' l.roU.al 'oporluall, too is..
54 ,na. Se.v... }..551.5e ......r. I... Isp Aoo.ut.a. C. R. DonnellyLOCaTIO. ills ml". af flta Puns aiparl.nta -
will soon come to their senses and insist on the real implies This is necssary, he ..,,.._...._.._... A. 0 I flora Manlier. Caihler .l ...... .. FINANCIAl
rapair all Laradari
stuff Which said, because seven out of 10 .. L..s.i..Aionts Credit Mir. Optical Lab Work .' "
etc. might possibly happen; however, 5 If Met* ne Reaevel Pr. Mcreurr. Loan Office ..... Lakeland Terrace Hotel alan, yin ian.. alun
it all sounds rather "iffy." American families do not buy ADS us t. ..,',.P.taqnap5Ca ".ulon.. Stareo* H......*. Wilt rP.'r.. Hou.....". till. 62 Builniis DppertunltlasCHO1CB

orange concentrate regularly ...... T.s.oe sr. 54.. 1,. Wo..a'. Aoo.r.1 DAT'
Since are blissfully preparing to plant ,,. aOIINEOa and Income
growers 41 PreoilntL Oyema laundry Sal Gaunter Oirle. BurntLedlee A""I
another of citrus in the southern -instead they are using other 4> Dad,a. ,.'ev.ueo Service Appliance Balee Ladlee. Thursday April 16 properllee Mel Rud, LMLA
100,000 acres partof beverages 41 eieae,re SlamS.tr.,.. Cloth.I e Pr....,. Florida State Employment ....liar. Illl a. Mim.rial Blvd
the state, as if to spite the bad signs being experienced 44 Sewlne fenk MeaHIMa eisa,, Oen Office. Colored, C..bH.O' TIME:: W" 54501.
Oehlert suggested the Industry 41 Bepte tarviaa Service '
in the market now it seems logical to us 44 Olean. .. 4 to 8 p.m. 'yO..OUR rindpleiely 0,111. 505.
itself adhering wervlaa .
is hurting by 4? Typewriter O5oi : furniihed Oood lotetiea
the prospect of twice as many oranges to sell as the to a belief that future 40 Welch Clark llepa MALE: Or Write To: Sll last Union ItmtUkaland In Country Club Xitatat. I4XJI
Welle Pumee
.... .
industry has had to cope with in its biggest year sales will Increase becausethe :: .,hereeiilnf Piling, a.nk T.llrr. Loan Clerk Off li R. 0. Hach. Employment I ssln4J1.WANTED
Mar
might very well mean the necessity of taking sucha population is expanding .*5 Ss.Employment lsnss..l a_ upnlr net Mir Belnman Tralnte Irritation Trentmlulo I Manager TO BUY

drastic action it 11 Me Mrenteel is.n, Chef Bhop Foremen. DrafU.MI Eastern Air Lines Inc.
as Eldrldge suggests, as nasty as and becoming wealthier and 1p
.
as ,,.u. w ad r.maSs Office Mir Auto Up Polk
might seem now to a belief there Is "no com 14 Help I VKenhW: Moo, .5 ours',mals Electrician Ini. Ad. Miami International Airport County
I. SoOs..ssi ,, ilor. Mrd Lab Tieh Pinanreit Miami Florida 33148 GENERAL ACCOUNTANT Liquor license
for the in .
petitive substitute" .0 Salaeniaa
Trainee. Air Cond Layoutn
I ... ..., ,
CHAMPION OF FREE ENTERPRISE at the dustry's major product. ir A.bVarb b Wanted aiOoetII ". Bookkeeper-Airountant Ennier A. Cqutl Opportunltr Bmplorar AD ....... ,.. paraonabla tl.81ar Write Box M-271

clinic was the pilot of Minute Maid, Ben H. Oehlert .If tome processors feel financial p.l.. Mm Party Debit Chief.Trainee Appllence. Ph.Re... ,. old C Aol''n.accounting.. .r formal...01.01..011.. .alar ..1.III. .. Lakeland LeJger.

Jr., who prompted much comment with his refresh. that their product has an au- 11 .ueliMot Ineurenoe OeaertunlUea .M.tal. Man, Lute Mechanic Belennrnntermen Koul. IF YOU NEED no tlo..I..... ai will ba tralnad
Appliance
1 lemen
In all phut at
expanding market 1_ ".. .- i company amount. MALL
individualistic down from torflatically Well Drllleri C.5.01 .- GROCERY with llvlniouarlere
and echoing
ing highly In. Oood 550,54 aompanyn ,
they then will not give much 41 00 M.T.l.Sid, Mertaewae Finiihere Bpray Fainter, .. a good steady Income and .nta. MusS I h... traniportaApply far retired. Bieelleal couple la opportunity..upl.m.nal,00m5
the halls of Coca-Cola views..
rert Baltimen Cooki Dlihwaih.Nurury
Of kVenMal To BarnevIHorticulture can work only half days 110..
thought on how to expand Poor b..llnIOU..
.0. Men Block Bon aia
aside from the *
that
Oehlert maintained good
that market" Oehlert aaid las Attendant sell AVON Cosmetics call OU.I431Houei .

work Florida Citrus Commission is doing in commodity "Perhapa that explains the if CltriM,aer. lemaePertll Paed .aM Experience unnecessary Florida State Employment AND b..ln... tar 5,1. Sr
,.n.r. Hl00wap .a ..., o. PusS
.. eadt PleirteTl
advertising, citrus processors must go all out absence of thought concerning ':.:. rrufle Vtwetaalao Rm. 208 Arcade Bldg. Write P. O. Box 1393 Service CIt,. 75s-725.

in brand advertising an area that Is woefully of 14 P.'d5kr5M .
name advertising on the part ,e tend Clear.n. PAIITNI1I8HIP .1. .u.Iftlrl.
74 or 111 tail Lo.... Btraat rebulldlei Will traIn.
meager at present in Florida citrus. many in our Industry. I'd Landteep.. ... Call 682-4137 1..1... Oman ln>.,''''.nl. Falantlal .....
"The can have excitement in the rather give them more credit ,a T..,r;:_ limited Af.. I. 113.4310II .
only
way you .. _
3. ... .. .-. LakelandSECRETARY
marketplace is with competition between products" than that but the facts are .. sose I ) WUT Memorial Bl>d. Corner
ATTENTIONMEN
hard to Ignore. And the facts Instruction II' YOU sapsor C laoa 1I0u.,. 'lorotton Rent 150 noalh. Call
automobile .
said Oehlert who pointed to the industryas ..II prl.t adrtilu asd 510i5 Mark MTJ 5.2355.K1OTAURAT
How would the well-known are that for over a dozen II 55 5.n.n.Losu5a. Mt.slS_ & WOMEN MO plus. par y.ar. ..,,d '.1'", EQUIPMENT
a prime example. our industry's message sod raiuna ... PO. Son M-911 .nd ...Ia.... ....11..' 1..Uo.
makes of General Motors Ford, Chrysler have be- years the 70 UvittwtiiIf A. IMS yearil If you en lor" inland ..1.4.'. wills! 5004 $0.1...U lolsi ....

come .household words, he asked, if the auto manufacturers has failed to reach Baae Par welaee work 001111.... readlpi Uile ad' Psrm.,50l pesltI,". 8horltlaad ouNa 'VT .......1.. .....1.' leer llceate oil 44M. on-1051
per cent of American families .. ..... ... PaveLIvnMeb 5,5,,O5P5 dl 55ati555 110 ..... Lit us show yeu I.w.oo.ao
at their origin merely banded together and who do not use frozen t. AI..r InsIsts period. would P'sIlk. 15,4 .urale.. tPt55 .qumr.d. 005ainair. "5., ..a.t.ti.n.a.a. A.., .dune.tios build your awn ...''It.bl. kuineai .1.
orange .. P..dSr& aueellea la ...,... T day "..IDO.' .
automobiles. e and ..I.. aiporlanei no ..rr worklna pert ar full tin
asked the public in ads to "try Theyare concentrate regularly. 01 Waal Hebbla_Llveewek* OjupalMII Pawl it a luartntertf annual' ..I.., aUIIIN.III PIPOMOTIOMUIts ". .. aualntM, aft planttful ....nno Write FO. Son 1304 ar rail MU

comfortable to ride In." "The facts further are that MmhandlMCeiaa .11' ether frlntt aenatlte euckereuo ,. 53-S 51100 15,5 tralnina "'.'..". ticaptloay 1.aetl. between I and 19 a mrIxAco.

Oehlert advanced a plan he believes will stimu. our industry's thinking and '. u hoipltallitllon. it?. Innee all 00,0!him No aarninti d..r-l.-door your vary no ShIrt fin .... INC. Ea..I1., 1eo.IIM

and sales Industry's contributionshave n tumaaaaieyelee .ur. paid vacation If M I .11.. fI..-..y ..... (.. .., lobbO.t 10' I. 'n AIburdsl. sans.Olsisap on.
late brand advertising as a consequence up our motorevleeAnHeuee 54 Help Wanted, Malt .. 12. Paid I.5InIrssalIaol.
for the industry as 1 been confined to the .nlts Bo* lon, Lake:and. FlorUeendlnf .. 50500 .q ..r had ..I...pour. .. ColII.ol R. A. ftlt.llmsc,
of such products as concentrate DIAL tr Art'MM Par ,.,_M'ea. It prm..n' .d a. .d.d' 512.7711oo5lnlk5.l00SCR1145 ,
technology of expansion II Barter a> BeenanaeIt d. recent photo whlckoee T.ItNIn AoD P.., .."w.1 ..... ...i to Ion 7th A..... lautli _
a whole. grove .. tuaal not hire ta ke returned. 5,50. 1.." .... h.lpl.l. Br,... no,.. iso Birminiham' Alabama : ITORE In Oro.--.a.k:
Oehlert levying of a per box tax of harvesting Improvements and 100 aiSe -'I. : Ttr..lnll, Sll Row AuburnHiU. mpliia Inlormailon mallad la.m.dlll. .n be kouiht rlihl Well ..t.'
suggested and sot c.." Hn A Add Ma 51005.0. .', Ilihed antI only ... af Ite ki.IadIn
with the provision that processing techniques , 101 C .05.5. sAst,. ....r 155,155 losS.Ccli .
12 cents on every processor included the market Ml Furnture a. Aeeiienaaa ..AID!. VARDMrM ..b, eltlereIce R-nIABL. MAN balwm Uia aind .,
have not
half of that sum would be returned to the producer 5e4 Oee. Oil. Pua4et help. handy nan. Refer, TAREEROPPORTUNITIES ; n II tor ......... and. d>- lI.alt.r.M", CUlts Uttinkack.12..J71.J. C ac..ber a"d.
ing element ao necessary to Jewelry 1505110 4 hralth cardi required u.. tacallaat opportunlly lor
"
12 cents of his own let _..10'',.. 4. faale LMLAstMl .
if he showed that he spent our survival. MU ,.. Peaa.oi*S.p00.55 ua-esu I a..jncammt Apply" In paraoa
sos .,. A M....... soot I Allot Rilraetory Coniractarihway J.... .RETIRED eaupa epportunitr .
money on brand advertising. Product lot Red,a Televli.e"no We have more qualified 10 B. MulbtrryCHRISTIAN . Will eacrlflce. far ben offer .
Twelve cents on individual brand advertising Preoccupation ,,, .. LICENSED ....11 auperetla win lee ItaI. .
spent sit j'l ,.;IJt(5. 57will leads than our staff can MAN needed Full .r .nd .. ItW..I'. eoar'
is worth 36 cents spent by the Commission on '.. . As has happened to WeM,. .,_"._ REAL ESTATE I take care of I'm looking ...- .._lifetime eeeurlty I.,.. .110... 1Ao...." an Hubwar #82
III O" 5Oi515O55 MlUri Sunday school mini
commodity advertising, Oehlert asserted although other once-great industries, AutomotIve e OPC PERSONNEL I for 15 ambitious men over 5" helpful Barn 1100 ....1' near Wauchula PRoiDect I-Till.

"Florida Citrus Commission does an excellent job we have permitted ourselves 6-1151 554 *uta Air Canal.wMhKIt 21 who want year 'round .nd John up Rudln Na Co.eonipelltlon. 11 Weit Midist Writ. CITIES attractive SERVICE_y\\lee Oil eletloa Compenyhea far

under the handicaps they have." to be blinded by a narrow I' ittomab Auta Plnanen lee Pe *Beta Lakeland Winter Haven, employment. No strikes no ton .. C"I.... I. III.VAN use.. .. Haute II I In Auburndil..
with .. Attractive rental Flnanclnl avalabla
lake Wales Wau-
a specific lei MleHtow Scoring
preoccupation utawab .
it, Autemab. San 0)... layoffs, 30 hour week. LIKIVr3.ood'd I 5.nS for oualifled "",."'" .bu..
and influenced by the ... chula. We need 10 m,nlaioSflsr-op.ralon dpiIs. .-
Oehlert product $It Par H re c. TroeWImelMMnm topmen 055555551. Available sow, raU
DISCUSSING illS OWN COMPANY, ...., pleasant work, excellent for Norln Amarlcaa VIII OH.H44
value of our reserves . In and for Polk BOW
Maid is IIi ....la Home woman LI.... Amarica I faitait-arowlnf
told the crowd at the clinic that Minute this case our grove holdings. Mobile, H.rnM bVentad H.rdee. and HighlandsCounty ply' m stIsISafl c..p..,. Co"I. FIVE II.000 cod SIP. S600 sm
coin vending 531 ,..... walfeeriat. Tiraa ,nl.,.I viAl par free uniform church koaaa ..allabhs. rho.
dreaming of eventually developing a We have paid little or no attention 534 TriMka. Tra.lera Previous experiencenot Apply 310 Arcade Buildinga i'.'. 11...... free tan etillmnance .. 05 3111

machine that would dispense orange Juice every to our customers' basIc RiittalsM required. We will train 9 .m., Monday Saturday end 55..tralwor 4. >...
the machine. 525 ,11II_ P1.00, ... .00 leilint ".,.,.'. Appllcaale muitbe
where Coca Cola is now sold by needs and preferences 525: p..oo od. *..,...".. you and prove to you that ketween IJ and M. bass. CHEESE STORE
would be handled by the Meanwhile said Oehlert, the Pum' machines can ,.
Ideally, these Pee Hint M. c.l aMMO you earn more money wark In hardware .10
around the world which citrus industry must learn to lit """ .*' at 8% commission 'la.e ettta ace and experience. mil down pirment. We will 'o. In Oro,. Perk na ba kauihl
bottlers quicker
I further de
1,100 Coca Cola III "liaa.!.. nen.ee" .rllol to. M.IM. Lakelaad LIdS>r. lit Is financing For ehl. Well Mlakllened and snip
them quite an attractive asset for the live with drinks and ades because 114 ...... Heme CaWjami and easier than ever before.INVESTIGATE .1 lalli. rail Fvroonnel Department.Port . one of lie kind In 'oaot,. awner
would make ,. Per Hem Wiroe all-1i> eiol. ar
filling l..nI... town. Call N,. Utterbackat
they are obviously .. .
I eeme w.n Saanl.r rita NertH Amerlian Van Llnriiv
industry as a whole. ._... di 00..... t C. Brrd Realtor OfficeOIJIJ1I
Maid chief said they have alreadytest a need In the consumer 500 U.....".*_ *50,5505155J D.psvla.nI I.d'.... 335. "or' W..n. Member L.M I.A.
The Minute Uo5isS.d. ..._ YOU OWE IT TO YOUR
In Baltimore and 10 market I.. bVanled *_ _.. ........
marketed 10 such machines Ta l NATIONAL COMPANY r.
LOOK UP
"Drinks and ades will result (41 LeM Henlala FUTURE. Call collect 8835707. will iniorvlaw ambiiwuin ,
20 at
in Columbus 0., and are about to add more in very little change In Rio Ettate n. Car. Ulaphona and bond

Also in offing are 30 or 40 Minute I 141 Mobile Late 5510 noraiiary. alabllih talriU NO MONEY DOWNTWO
each location. juice consumption. For Sale ads
orange 544 Aereaee' L r.\.. Saw ALL STATEDEVELOPMENT odaya Cars '0. IIO-IUO wwkly la Kartniact
Maid orange juIce machines that wiU be spotted at Oehlert said This is because 41 Coal... Praeertv. In this section and be Mr Oilrandar, HalldafI COIN LAONDRIEI 40 wuh.ere .
44 Parma 0)rvoe. a Mat ,
T MondivPERIENCtD
' pm
the New YorK World' Fair. 90 per cent or more of orange 4, .oeam* ..eawv ; U .".... Na moaiy down Mreeaeniibla
thinking 140 *.' ... ...11 w) CORP. amazed by the excellent LUMBER and : kurer.
Oehlert said there has also been some fait and 50 per cent of or. [40 Lena ..:Ul, hulidIso aupply aalainai lo warkmiidi

of developing a machine to dispense two kinds of juice Is consumed at break. 0 SI$ sao M,0511050000.,.... ......55 Developers of value,. Don't delay, .1,nan. Impirlal.sl,,0l'OUsISr Lumbir Apply! Co.In JOHN J. BRENNAN

beverages pure orange Juice and an orange drink ange drinks are consumed at san 33 ...:.!.,, ...05.0551 liSi ROCKET CITY Or 01,55,7 11 14555 sartss Flor- *aiAlTO III.4103

other times during the day. IO..
for those who prefer a diluted orange beverage. .

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. I ID LAKELAND LEDGER..-- Sunday April 12, 1SS4! LIVESTOCK I* MERCHANDISE 1* MERCHANDISE AUTOMOTIVE RENTALS f* RENTALS r* RENTALS


I :*: FINANCIAL JHORi C lTURE 81 Pegs, Cats, ...11.eTTY' :,.7 _Anklet. Fer Sale-Mlsc.,,103[ FurnltvM; -t-Appliances lit Automobiles Fir M 129 Furnlihid Apartments 129 Famished Apartments 130 Furnished Houses


" 62 Butlntit Opporttinitjei In Fertilizer feed, Soil 'VACUUM_ CLEANERS rebuilt ro.odillen.d 1"'ci.an, eic.l' PIIHE OH Dnr."I,*. pri ROOMS AND loarlra.ru utllllle NIL'S. t'KAN. two.. bodrO., door nl.eneiahborhood
I POODLB Shopp Pro i.CHK
t. Ltv 'Ml sisal Pvul .. Repair .. Alter I 00 M urnl.h.d, Adulti. I and up 10'
; new Paris .oo.ne. la
,...10..1 .lude. Adulti sole '01
"nom In. PuSP150 .. P.ttar.D.
202 Ia l
.t: Itt.nWUlT' Uraufleld Elxlrle 1131 Cl5.issdHaBIb P m call MU 11-0041 I Ohs 00 monthly Nane* Apartment .ht'.
PEAT IJ63 Kalbleep' Road MMXli _
OROUND moct Peat and
,rt45 535 \* OtIS . *. MU l-444 TWO OH tiaras bedroom bouM aircendltlonlni
II. MO S 9397 AIR CONDITIONED. efflclepnvil
soil' ml.ei. Located 1200 I Ma"n 4646. Horn. SOl.WSSlLOllTIiOID VOLKSWAOEN Pine] Truck'
! eintral .
: \ F.H.A. Pat 0.1 MU 1-4631, CHIHUAHUA l..I.Im.ntb. l I I C-t Mv \(My Payments TV BARGAINS.. Ompleteli r*. leo reetaidsan d bark I UP.IR TWO .drom. 1.10 o.LG. soar Rulhl..n'.. comfortable and rleit door n.itlniVer 10.al
.023 West, Drive 553.2515 OslO 4108
..u.r.n..JI ($ 554op nnnp N.rl Plold.A"nu.
CLEAN PHOSPHATE sand tietame. and alder for eala. Stodseptum I lUMHwi t J. and CONVENTIONAL AIM asodan 4 dirt for fill ., .mall chmlai .*.'. '' . 8II.W J-30'nS MVIMIWM Pros In..I1."... StiltLukoisnd'S 960 CHEVROLET Impale 4-door I .. 11.18 .. MU ,
I D.vll. MU (.3018C1ROUND MU .1311 ', wi<. 6T6M .*., buy In ass or Oreen with while top Powertllder ; 'A..RT"UT osa end (12 WEEK (40 month Cleaa, .
need TV at Nil *> Der TVradal 1330Al accepted ,TWO BaDHOOMS. electrle ditchen. .
krakei
11oo 01110 5.5 aSesSt SI iteerlnt power Iwo far. compute upltalri Pots
MORTGAGE PEAT (J cub yard It ARC WHITI ..1....... ....iM'too 053 .. Reed Open till 9 00MU healar 21 aetual mllei oni r. lo.n. 1&lll. Lone clow Blvd carport utility room ....b...
1 lard Bawl Peat Company 42(1 ,.1. Call NU 31113.AKC :,::::.::a SlOWS-N. . 6-8176 owner. .00. Will take trade T.p.Olho HI.hw0.DI. .. .tot. rrd.. M.morll MO month lae tuna Boulevard

Lakeland Slits Blvd (( .(764. (ICIMAN" 58,540545 Thsec.eealea : 55051 'ininclni' can b ssrra nied. ..i., MU 5.2045TWO

t,, ; LOANS left, Cut 633.0845. 5.0- 505 1400 I-os.. SislsiOH SAVE 5073. I' ral THRXE location ROOMS. clean,kitchen aul.h "0- LOVtV.,CLO8I carport In No One peti I twooom. .n BEDROOM IVb bath oldopProse

lee, 'lIr I .. ii sqel 5340 I $3508kbndwodrel joel CHEVROLET Impala conertlble 11.\ al home Modern InteriorrXir.uvn. .
72 Flowers Plants 50% South LakePOUR
t t Seeds UNRfcoiarrrmD 1'1 s4I$ :23! to bloel with while toped ullll... (62..1'03.PRNlHID .Ini. IBO month Lam
I Tn mak your property eailer twll BRID Beiil* aupwe*. ana se4oi 005 3 MP U' en's. mSoenS. OP .. 5swsn.Ietrtsbribes ROOMS, round floor. nicefurnlahed mini room and kitcn.o 663.
r or your dream homo eaule CLOSING OUT Aster and ....- nidforsl. MOO-lOAd. .. 646 N tilde. air APAK1MENTS I' apartment foe June.
ondltlooed.
to own, skSd'ifl aeny drainS plinth 61 00 per 100 --t ivjM nsed %veva ajid rtri** BADCOCK'SReBuilt J' 000 5,11.5. will t.. . .I Taoe *. M'Ubl. Jour and Autuit Air oondlto..d. 311.
I -to-tet FHA .. 7'rr ? while they I.it 1318 last Union HOUND HaOUMi RMo.feai.le .-< I malign. 6460 IIPert Room fiflsnrq, (1 87.. MU 8.(971. 9.1839 (42 Xa.1 Palmetto ..nlnu, CLEAN FOUR room duplel Ian.
obtain up to (7*. 8M1UA Bra Tvilu *>_ _. M*| U M i.lion Living porch sonno fluent location. Ml.
4 913600 of vsIii.sndU p to M* 3.000 TRIFOLIATE Linen also Two coons sum trim 555. *iw8M8P4V .ao .Im *M>* M Pluaiki** and Furniture OOOD CLEAN whit two door. .IVrRACTIVILY PII..ll.D.. ene NICI APARTMENT, Ire f too,. .dull. 683.4111. 1503 Boom
of the first (22 000 with parmenterm : 168 Vat,enriaa on Lemon root SaWs 34 Ford V-t stick shift, radio, and two bedroom tOI electric kitchen .hwf. pete.EFFICIENCY .
up to 30 yean Call todator Norton Fruit Stand, Hubs 98 PhnSe Knlw*. I I and 4 Piece lour almoit new tubeleai tire*. South Florida. ."am.. Adulis. .ul ...P..
eamplett detailiConventional 08.515111mmliii. POAM lIu.au.wn.sr eulte 3311.PUR"'IH.D 101 THREE ROOM .
von BAU. isuaboo PUT llvlnt room collate and
Inani up t. '(" CUT RO8K8 and *1 Kue bu.he. ..Ito. looP 545115 515 Priced a* Low a* 3uO cam MU (-311. "' OR aml f.rnuhed ...... furnUhd. 'w.l... .
Dr .ppr.I..d ..Iu. "ith parmen .n Doctor Huey root Hark ftukRon. MU ..'OIJl W* CtM l> Asp duel 938 STUDEBAKER coupe. 1949Dodto l bo.utlo Like Morton 161 APARTMENT air Call
t rm. of 25 pIrIPOLK .. 3716 South Florida Av.. _. _ : *' l PAY TOT PRICE $89.95 and up. four door CI.a. cheap IAk Drlv. Fbone 110 indltloned, modern Located 120 88.01.MODERN
nu.. '''-0117. m-KiTfL.. itais ascid 00085 Fw ihMX VM Furmur For detail. call MU 3J"I. Walnut Street Call M-4370 TWO bedroom hoiuofor
Clear ,.._ HI* K*.*>l*. ani For ipMtaculir SavintiIn 11. root, ra.lOn.bl. mar iro-
COUNTY CAMI.1.UAI. A1ALA.. ream 1 10PtKtNOKM. sod AssAssins. Sued turnltur t V.(. BelAIr. IIVATB ENTRANCE .r..ood DIXIELAND CUM to . o.rr. ,
CHEROLr .hol.
.rnum, podocarpu. palms' l CALL MU 33044 .automaticadlo porell. llvlnt room. Id'OI this.. One at Oranio Pork A 3J4JB.
I FVFTT r*) ) )*. AKV VISIT BADCOCK'SUsed CUTE AND clean bed.
hiblicui troiona, many stAffsreaaoPibty ** healer, (473 407 Carveru kl.lI.o..11. nuo. AU utllltlet urnlihad. Ca hau.on.
MORTGAGE CO. priced Andereon hur I*>M. ** *- > sleW VWI I Furniture $teet.iiij side ".I.hborhoo. Couple only tee, MU a.3.(J. rm. oletrl .... llvlnt
tern, 1127 last Oleander Street ,titus sad sestis. UV 6-MVT Polk Trading Marti .8J.3I. :room Phono 81-
PAnes 682.3313 4 DepartmentIn B.IAlr THREE NICE: Dl... 140-1 711 Cart Peachtre ,
CH.VRLIoor
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Ill N M. AV 'I IIICI LOCATION. .
i ..ed.o _, CI.an .ndpl..U ( "
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MO 6-7173 19 llv"*k MWY EAST Mulberry .t. ( A.I.t.. Run, < Lanp. Ilosel .._ M..lul A..tm.OI . 1(1.2174 TWO BEDROOM 10m.. Cl.sn
Fruits "- 81.1.7. .... ilcelr furnMted .o.d .
73 Foods VojTblesFRUIT .O : Water furnlthedCOTTAOB .IDpo'.b.
Den
OhS alt of Isis chairs do. aarloia rou Saks will sons
four TWO BEDROOM new .
Ran-O-War 55.r.nuo.'bind 93S 340 W. C.nnoo. du"I. arport. Ml.
''AT STUD Chnrl.t
1ILAIR
I' .. el Uaa- .War. III. Slept .In.I.. Ce'elnrtshis. soil this po' 10. ,our 101' cod trIp door automatic traps ,ln.l>l" furol.ha. a rove ec- .1

GOOD !INVESTMENTS FOR SALE Bat or tuinM ','ever U eraaes(*.*>. Predwe .*_ ..d.. Phsso 651.1055SOY'SS'blpprt. 10 "Ulb.r. mlllDo.h.rdl.power iteerlnc and ELECTRIO kitchen Ion, ( per mooU Water lurlihed THREE BEDROOM bouw. Bus al

Alto .hipped Wooler FvultI lent hustles sod W._*. Ctov.e ., new lire. but. br..... factory (Ir. raIn clean, ...bui prl..l .ule for two ( 8-0J4. .door, 0.. school ohureh and
and. 3601 North Florida. ..If I, handle 399. MU ( 0127M3 I Witer .' Man tort per month e J-tm.
I Wlltlroncrel 553H leaf It.... CX 1-4I4X WialerHORSES ban Chen of all.er W.S.BADCOCKCORP.Mala POUR ROOMS ned floor Well
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HOME: .AND .INCOME kOflItlt: -hall. al !1011SLRR1E8_ ____ - ''H.... . Mrvlce for 6, 686.9072. OLD8MOBILE: J.tflre hardconvertible cork 5514-2513. 'urnl.h.d. IKht, .Ir,. Yearly rnt LOVELY COTTAGE:. two .fed.
...
YOU pick I lurnun 'SMALL MODERN Soutbildt, .
in Ilk. new rondtlon, Located FOlt talc *> Uade. MUPIXTO I ills VICTROLA with 178 recordl Store and WirehouwaMulberry top H..h.p..rd V. apartment .1. 312 s.u Iowa room private sa.nasre.
after
on Me. 13..131 lot In tint r.. (1515cr..p m weekday 20c snarl! anytime((* atJJ Satu l.l"- many Red.Seal. .ood condition Florida 555cm.. Oood oooditoo. barn..n.Io..t.. *for MU adulti 37230..3ARAOIAPARTMINT. 614. &lIm. TWO BKDROOM8 SpatiAl. Cleaatrallr 666, Ml. Fhona Wnt .1.487. altos I.
moment *re* Live In on* ult well been I In itorai. aver 30 pears Mulberry (tore Holiest art MU 3.4241.IO5OVOLKOWAOIN.. located (90 month

and let the rentili pay for in. d..Bundar 'j Other PONY fin.(entle norm for broken tale Also soil clubi. woodi Iron. baa ( am. to ( p.m. dally, Fri nlte. mod ..ondl.too. . . u See at 604 Bon Air \ TWO BEDROOM newlr door.t
propertv Owner will carry ,mort and earL Can be wen at 2418 until S oomi Comfortable. eonvenlenUy Id. ard kept water .
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...., after 29'" down pirmentDDPLEX 76 Londsciplnf hi.: paiurt for real .-73II level.nd H.lthte Blvd Open All Diy Wedneiday I' M.DUr.l. Annus ocaud No pat*. Inquire 201 UnBtreet a ; BLOCKS from collet. 5.4taoroom. 'No Mil Adult. 638 2SOS LikeBtrHt .

IDvo.lIlOl. this EL-III..I, T A aLE.. NATTRE88I1., Over 60 aiwriat .tor. ..rvlnt 1.41 PONTIAC"' ..tom.I.. pa- o. kO.ehs with dinleearns.'odroeta vms .
both Call MU 6-0339
HARDY SOD CO. FLASHY BAT Arailen italllott house drsae.- .. .od 5108. Florida .lo' mrhstirai .ondll.o. N.w EFFICIENCY APARTMENT Cen.u.l .
luted on. othe or .-3J64I42 ottan 9627
lust Lakeland Aiwciat Start. tins W FRNISHED .MAL
Hud IM4 Oraaie State clrculrab cocktail d....... hau-260 and ..1..11 Privet bath and .
uhf dupleiei In LakelandCB 555115. Law OtaiiOS eli low mlleite, lo.U.o.
an ....rlo'm.lam.lon SOc, 551.50 No Florida Are .wno. 110 < TANOIJCWOOD; Puralihedrtment
r 0 lull Call 686 .
9 bedroom. tile baih FlorIda .- DIsks's fiSTl'MATES1lib reed your lood ir.de m.... to 640 BundMliBLD Bldrork Will Treat Too Rllht In South Pennnylvanla .ntra.ulta inlT* Utlt..furnlihed Ad. .-. 4 room and bath A p. AU NEW. aslo aU olietrlo air
room, covered patio and carport FREE him and selofoateils thIn fo lal.oa.I 1'17 Tantlewood phone ono bedroom
1.83 RAMBLER
DUNCAN PHYFE: Ambauador 100 .ondiloo.d. twl
for each aids Excellent lo- N OtioteMUS'S9$5 rralaustloa FH 575 Morn care FDRMTURB and ippllinoe. dlnlnt let "(0" o ,. 8100 AAA
French Provincial tola down Door Sedan Air ,11I
ration near hnpllal and Mrdlcal .. upholiterint. Bur .ell, .0n4. DUPLEX FOR
55 dn Tran.porl.lloo .11. I'a" V.rr comfortable BOUT.
TRACTOR WORK W.wln .Iow. per filled, Bet of rock Electric loned, fully powered RE
cryital
Arts Butldtni . IO 9143 trade. H M Bin.in Houi. Wi I 145 AND up. three fursiah.dipartrnrtt. '
217' of frontal,' on SOUTH nt. dlMlnt. and (,.dln. Speciallird shin Trianile Ranch. Poises, Clip. H ihwir (t North at Olbeonla tv*, refrlterator. practically .ootl '3( or '69 car In Iprt- 405 East private rom bth. i iKwlk o..r wood Vlllaio Motel. 175 New
Flolld. Phone 443.2537.5LACK IT.mp. HUhwarTHREE .
FLORIDA AVENUE across Irom In yard ired nt indtrtdint MU J.4304. 505555 kits machine and mil.cell.neon . Chevrolet i Auume b.l.nr Crick 731 \. "
Southtate shonptni Center toned ((("( .16, Hi-1487 irtlclei .88.7.72. ma at people mnk 406Hit 'Furnlihed ""hr..h.d. Reds larn llvlnf
Munolli MU 2.19M. ,o FIVE room. ...- 1
detail' *ud m .URNI8HE I Dr1
for buiineii Call ui for UseD WESTINOHOUBE refrllerator room, kitchen, room. bthto .
I' end .
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CN.17U. 78 Tree Surgery ANTIQUES I annA rondltlon 834 Jeller- list .VRLI 6 .Undo.' .autlful n. bedroomi Urr.no. Tile floor.. ; I.n. porchei taraio rom.. near StUn bu..nd '.. porch. earat cloi In

ANOU8 ion Avenue. MU 1.1843. lick mi" , b.l. stores. Hot wattr turnlihid. 682-3838.
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tIp room (78 partly or
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H. W. STOCKARD TRUE TII"IIIIIO. ethOs bud. STEERS FLEE MARKET ELECTRIC ItIFOIOERATOR $35. Oood I.now condition. 438 LontDrive (70 unlurnlihed Call T. R Tuck..r. 2.533( '70 MONTH"' two bedrooms. *.ulet.COM .

dots sod Paid cork YU 2.4313 sntomslln w....... "I; eietcricnanaa '8t. Jr. Realtor MO TWO bedreoi to church. tchool. but 1214W
GRAIN FED Sunday April: 12th 30" automatic oven .. CLEAN I I four door Bulckllo r. 8113. REDEORATE apartment "t Martorlo. MU i.376*.
Realtor on
(00 to 900 Ibi 11 a.m-6 p.m. ibis onn door. Pens 1I,1It.. var, ... automatic. on. wn- NEAR COLLEGE, 74( Ruihlnt South lOr.. Avenue. Air conditioned BIX ROOM ..wl, decorated air
Auoclitri. INSTRUCTION sloe, '10. 'S'.311AIITIQUE o. A 1 condition 6460 P52.1520. 500. Water *uU>matle smntt.r.Small encloied tarw. ''o.ndltlon.d. permanent adulta
W.to
PHONE MU 3 294S I children. MU 1 3039.
Fred Webber Bob Williams HOURLY DOOR PRIZESBAXLA'S WALNUT do-k. wninser ions VOLKBWAOEN soil roof r"rnl.h.4. adulti Phon. MU 2. 'U i CanS Peachtre. Avdlabl
'lAuburndal WO.1-4680) tips wmohini macbin. I.... model 6100 rash and tak up LOWER APARTMENT.. with cae- (391 'April 26 6S2-S994

Jim Pollard Jr 84 Schools .h.lr. untie bed MU (-01(4EDROOM 1',01.01 of IJ.3 month Bo port 821 Weit p..lr. Adull. CLOSE IN 1-2 spart. THREE: ROOMS and bath ilec.

O Fiord Zlmmermenn JrII' AUCTION : "o lll ViLa Pi.... no pel, apart.nest nenl, Clean b.droo, trio card, .
92 Wanted livestock SUITE loam mattreii.ea '
Pets kltb.D. II. Prb. .
.. Florida Ave MU 8 3133 In rear OW''ODUPLE.
Branch Office 1138 E, OleanderMU FLORIDA UAHOIST ant moil GALLERIE I box iprlnit, TV-portable CHEAP lOl Lincoln od.n. I Ieitat SnIl.Sr. i 143 Clark Realty 6((. I ran ... .to., aft 2.1041.
modern. chool. Liki *ndSeauty ; : Leon HeM, (10 POUR Florida
beauty impmatchlnt table antlauei room
6-0112 Collet IK K Pint Stosepleteir ANTED A few dairy cittlnd 00' 4268 Hwy 92 West MU 6-9033 IJOB .un..t A venue. _MIl 1..748 South Broadway Pinto, Florida COlAOE. tlectrlo air conditioned, CLFAN nl<. \.IIr..' :: lot.bedroom hom.. :
scot hospital, .
., protection
; remodeled sir condluoned Will. top eaihoweri prima heat, (121 South Florid rom. b.t. W.tr. : :
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Phone "
TEN lawi
11114811 Dairy MO s-0633 ROOMI. nrlrls.rs Its's. son .. 181
63 Insurance ample parklnt 117 Autom.bHti Wtntid
...0.... 10m. .ntIQ.... nr"'r work furnlihed Clll 88.130 ONE BEDROOM .,
SINGER AUTOMATIC 001.. n... 1.... Morton "I !'OROUND PIOOR. attraetlv One available . orals.I. party .ol. couplo

SAri DRIVERS, ass U to .1 sitaruaitfe WANT A MERCHANDISE Repooeued_ Sinter automatic .... South Blvd, 10 am-4 pi WANED CL.AN rae. .4. 10 'N ..rtm.nt Ir.lundr facllltle Other April 19 tarite. (BS, .., Belmar Phono"aolrd(2.'4311 00.101'W. *v*.

for 610 000 s.lQ,0004.000LiabUitit tn machine. Likt . "U 5-3051. .. .. City.
BETTER JOB? new tuaraned nlol."T
Raurante fir as tow asa i.rtow Hlthway Eaton Park
.ll ,..r. liR-la Pubis 'or ..c.old.nll 9 5 Bicycles a Motorcycles Darn, blind stitches, mon REPOSSESSEDFURNITURE PAY CASH for .I.ku. truck Dr.a 701 E. Lime two bedroom du.plei .
I trami and makes buttonholes VERY .NICE Lam bath 1. CLLN
withous 10IOr.nc.. Senior Under 'IT .54,1.. Fensos tU"U d.ol. kitchen.
Take Your Choice All without attachment*. Sold for 3.118. plenty .I..t.. porch"rival Eitra larte. two bedroom tiled b.U. l.trlo
with or.o.d ...
Drivers. Aiiitn Ri.k mypay UOMPR AND Yamaha ..1.. .rport Phono
plant Harvey Smith A..o" S IBM Keypunch and nrvlce IIsetrisatartise .300 600, bIt aids month$5. due. (61 SO or CASH IN a 1..h. car or pickup Main *. MU a.uI. 10 last bath with Meant dlnlnt room 613.2240. 681-6901

.13 South toridi A osnus, pAins S Speed writing Shorthand Bod,5. ipart mod.l Otis per Sofa beds .s. .. $5 each '(3 or older 6U-.(o9. Wild clean nicely furnl.hed with water NICE AND elean two bedroom.
.n.II8I, lock. Lakeland Cycle' Co, 719 Bill Howard NICELY FURNISHED cotter..
Phone 682-4137 and) .
Florida .
Mwatt room. .r. Adults
tame 00.I'
S Typewriting wean Memorial 682.MM Sofa and chair, like .Ion in. air .oodlloo.d. owl rur"l.h.I. .
MU ( 1137
WANTE OLD Junk carl or Dew ad- 193 a Call Either Tran. -
65 Mortgages S Office Machines hONDA 300 8000 miles. ass new $150 caih d.onld. Prm.o.ot 010..1.
. . wrob. Prompt pickup fiat tut MU t.75S9.
ondltlon. "71. MU 8 147J .'lIr7..m ZIG ZAG AUTOMATIC .. Call Blark t, 6(3.1901. ult. 11 Bsna anei ,. .
BUY BUILD, l.ll re'lnanc FDA Comptometers I 3 piece sectional, like FOR RENT furnlihed oesrtin.nnIlertrlritp ., Two . ..1
WI: PAY (IS for Junk .. S bomo.
siP tr..tl. rOm
Pint MarV S Automatic .
and VA mortt.tei : sewing machine ind water furnlihid
BookkeepingStart new. .. $55 Peel pick up Tonkeli Iron ..odMr'.I DUPEX FOR RENT
Corp ot Florida 809 S. FlorDON'T ... .. (33 month 1241 Kathleen Road .
tin .
305.. .U .3UT.. console. Like new. Balance In*. (12.3117. nnt.oolp.CLO0I ) U..IIR..I8E ties. I" . .... 10.tt..tl.
Ida
any Monday SPRING SPECIALS 3 piece sectional, blue $20 C.I Hardwood floon. larte llvlnt ... mod, .ot....

Day or Night $36.88 or $600 per month. : DOWNTOWN"' : Two lanerooms. room. dlnlnt' room I.... bed.
Fully guaranteed. 3! piece dinette CASH FOR YOUR CAR Utllltle. paid (14 weekly room. fully furnlihed kitchen. ,Lab Deo.na .. .. . 075modens

LET Lakeland sets . . .. ... $20 each 221: South New York 6(2.4038. .lee trie rante. lane Weitlntlouio -1 two bdr"l bom.

,1964 XLCH Beautiful 'HI Phone 682-4137 Ptndarvli Chevrolet will APARTMENTS"' (930, alias, refrtterator with freerlni

Business Institute, Inc. FI" blue. Custom equipment i-piece oak bedroom . $50 buy your eerUlts clean 1260 and (IS per wok Llthti ,unit. all tile bath lane cloieU. BouthlOl'1'3 bedrooms.So000tweot. two.bnmss .nO.I5
unity room and parklnt area i
water and tai furnlihed Children
VACANCIESNORRYYOU..a On Lake Wire Lakeland Folding chairs 50c each CAR PAYMENTSTOO welcome. AIM ileeplnt room Cloe to Florida southern Col'leto

Phone 6S69S58 98 Barter & Exchange Odd beds .... $3 each 414 East Oak MU 6.92(7. Pon. MU 9-0030 ,..p..loU S rom bo".,.... ..'7'Alr.l.


1964 XLCH "HI-FI' Purple. JOHNSON 10 HP, A.I ahspl Odd dressers and book I HIGH? Am FOUR icrlcaa ROOMS furniture and AdulU bath .wlm.Early 130 Furnished Houses Moor Sears Toss . .0100

U. S. CIVIL SERVICE Want larger motor 08a-313' cases . Name your price, mint pool (49 south .. 3 bedroom 'od" bom.
Pendarvli Chevrolet will pay off
Rent them fast with a TESTS! Only one left, Harley.Davidson WILL' TRADE: 1980 Chevrolet '.. our laie model car and lendon THREE ROOMS and b.th. .round TWO BEDROOM home Adults CLARK REALTY
ion .
Men Women IS.6]. Start Stub pickup tood ihepe .for boat. home In oni you tan allord for. Disl.lond 0555100. Phase only No pats Nsf oreores. (90
far reaching, InexpensiveClassified at ( 0555,U. Pnepanatonllosteitb SCAT. motor and trailer 686 6428. MATHER i Set RuwUPENDARVSS 1.21.TRII month porm.no' reildenta 60J Proper Manatiment

until appointed, Thou. M. : ROOMS, furnl.hed ipart. 1.0 . .. (33 )0. ..., (66-4031
Ad. Phone MU sands of Job. Enpertenciuiually I
own 99 Motors Elderly couple preferred
Boats Supplies TWO BEDROOMS eompl.tel
FURNITURE
unneceaiiry. FREE: Inlormatlon These brand new 1964 93( loot Paim.tto.lXcEP'TIOOAL.LY \, ,
411 Weil Belmar
(U
1 6-1151 today tojstart 'ourIi Tin lob., lalarlei. require lurDI.d -
menu Writ TODAY ilvlni namiadtreu 1ARLEY.Davidsons and a CABIN CRUISER 16 Kaufman 820 N. Mass. Ave. MU 2-6131 NICE flew 1.e Drive b,. th.a .511 131 For Rent, Miscellaneous
10 HP Johnson partmenta Air conditioned U de- C Lola, Dick Realty 1011E
sd. and phone Lincoln' Bee big stock of clean electrl. tap. aid
Ira. non M-2(0. Lakeland Ledteri used nurtalea. Qatar trailer S796 131J.ffor'OD. OPEN TILL 9 CHEVROLE sired Telephone MU 3.5414. SiS ".1". phone MU -(133 ,
motorcycles are display list Charlei Street EFFICIENCY tll-
now APARTIT
on 10 THREE ROOMS, couple or with lImes ....
at EVERY NIlE, witi PAY eank far 01. can or APARTMENT: LVINO. $shp. ullll...10..1. N..band .Two lurnlh.d. country
U.S. .
Coast Guard bodrm bo.a
54-lAP. 'It or old" .. "'40 klth.n. 1.3. Down Approved uUllllce .dlnln"1 2J46 WEBER.-nice two 053.3025

; \ BUSINESS SERVICEDIRECTORY POLK COUNTY LIFE PRESERVERS 104 Gas Oil, ,.1 121 Mobile H.mt 4000.THREI Reildene. 6(6-1179, ole. 2J04 carport Juosts 070.. "Adults.Ue. 110.Idroom.'p.18. IATIN. Tlor.iinoom .

3 bedroom
HARLEY.. DAVIDSON r SELLING AT Vi PRICE PROPANE.. OAS for cooklnt he.t.nt TRAILER SALES r.oll. Iniur.it ROOY8 an4 both. $pseCreolal GOO,. tr.U.. lu. utllitiei furnl.hed

I hot Irritation Indiutrlal *. itoriti. . .*. In- LaS. (48 month (((. NEW AND modern. furalihrd tile MU J-4D31
1043 New Tampa Hiway Jackets, small, each..82.48 w.t. .u..d. bonded locil tad 1410 or 008-1006.
we (( ( (, .t Im nationalaniportiri bath tlectrlo kitchen Sun ,.
''I : Jackets, large each. .$2,98 oerlal Oa* Service. 1321 his Jack'a. 4710 pta, LAROE: APARTMENT ale.. ohesa .. Adulti. no peti 9420Tantlewood

; "Come on In and 'Talk Jackets, medium, each $2.63! Auburud! al.hw. limps Hlhw. MO '-31.. sod w'l furnlihed Front .0., RENTAL

Trade' with El" 1957 SPORTSMAN 30>6 Irene. p.l..t b'l on city bus CUTE AND CB eotlaes. lines
I Cushions each .. .. .$2.78 105 jewelry bath .etelleotran dttina. ,lul .to" Road Ideal rand and 01,544 e" 510 Unfurnished:

cash, term, or equity Pius pan.mciii. home for couple (82.847(. Street Call MU 2..4839 for Q..o an- 9316 Caroline.

FOR YOU TO USE AS A QUICK REFERENCE GENERAL HARDWARE WE PAY .. 60 Boo I.. circle: 666ONE THREE FURNISHED roomi all 01.101.0'. S BR duplei ,.. 876
c..h. dlimondi. told
f 97 Articles For Sale-Mlse Aol .r.r I .. m. Ifctrlo kitchen, private both. .. 117 Normandy. .
old NEARLY NEW
.10" told three
SilsrNeIsSa's bedroom
CB
210 E. Pine ,1.Un..m. loss In "'1
MU 2 0627 Bay
9 houi .
f WHEN YOU NEED ITI Jiwdry. lO.oul Flor.SIXCIEDIIOOLY I.o Terrain floon carport Nicely broom .. 870
AUTO GLASS! and door repair. Id. ONLY urnlihed. Reiponilble adult on.ly 133 lb la.
am In.talled For free eitimat KATIBAS HARDWARE ESAUTIFUL .. BETTER CHEAPER T, O Towion Realtor 881 4 bod ro.. I 6136
621 ..
South
raU Cliff
ward tu "North' Man .url.
Appliances Picture Frames MU 30016CLOTHESLINE. 826-834 N. Florida Ave. tom mido U diamond, sppeooi.inoeip NEW 50'xlO' I AND' room spsetmrnta. 110.UI 181 2 bedrooms duplel .. . 860
two or bettor, fins
.nt Kathleen Road.
J POOlS. treatlrKluoed Phone MU 2-0713 Set In ihite .old. $rltina to set.U. poe month, Y'oraround
FOR PROMPT repair. on refnttratora PICTURE FRAMES: Beautifulframet All 1 bedroom IMUM . . 660
waihlnt machine. nndappliance. .nd mouldlnt Custom and S" and 3" completely U' DOUBLE: ''.1. 18n .aem Road.iO& 2 bedroom .. Clem prbvol.ind bslhs and oe.tennes. 60 B .. ... '
elded. 48 bottom flbertla* ..klrun.bout. newly decoraud -
I. ., call Thrifty City reidy made Gaines Art Shop.sod7 crouerm with I I 28 HP Evlnrud Civic Center Phone 1 broom houi . .1
Cooks. (680 and 611 SO motilt .
Service Department. 6(6-(1st. Orleani Street MU 5.3fl4 pair A Tools $3790R&BMOBILEHOMES IIr Walker 421 Caoon. I bod
Horn* delivery SOc Phone ...- tsr traIler Call MU 9 6319. Machinery 6(2-6326. '1-011 apt beet In town 8100
\ 682 10317J9 .
Plumbing Supplies 106. Watford ManufacturtntTV BECAUSE OP III health will ....11 80 or 607 Mabel
t Auto Repairs Service ) TV S from 838 up Ouar. new 6 liP dilute Sea Hint motor STIRs DRAOLINE model (3148U 1 bedroom houw *3S

051554. .. man... bard 3 tlmei, coat (218, .n seller. nut of Leon Hcbb, LAST Bella four 11* West Olive.
. Worklnuirsdsies roomspartment '
R&LI FREE! Free See Oeorteervict 0 t H MORRIS Do It VourillfPlumblnt 610 Broadway Barlow, It:80
accepted Ad..1 11.1. for (128 rash 119 We.t Robwn 8ul I .' Include I bedroom apartment . 840
Center IllS North Florida.. Fret information and Electrical I Supplies is ...vice. MU -J.n.. Poscook or MU (.2359OVERNITER, 1639 W. Memorial Blvd. ulltlc., Jo. "..IUI Realtor. YOUR R r FAMILY'S 617 West Cirverl
and
for dellv.ry
.venui that
lummer I. Lakeland Florida
Ion aafety Inipecuon on thiimlly tool rental. pip cut and thread 60 HP motor 8'.1.2J1 .
car, with lbs laten ilec.tronlo ed 24 hour, ........ 6(6.6416K666J4 if,irray lilt trailer 711 We.t 107 Plumbing SuppliesMontgomery HURRY. HURRY 3uatvarai Ion 9"lnd.l. houi . 640

eoulpmeot. Our mechanIcs 1..1.011. AUCTIONFriday Malnoils. nd resins ted. around floor du 1120 b'oo..

ran eipertly tall cart of all au Ward 10 10 30 WIDE Iii.apartment. On beautiful taCo 9 bedroom .Diriment 649
NEW 10's .6' '
imoUve repatn. Call 66J-3223 Printing Nites Only 1 Morton. 6(3 (493CLEAN .
647 S MI.lOurl.I .
GET A HOT WATER HOME INSURANCE i
tlentlon ladlll. Wt Blvi SAHOrein 7:30: P.M. fiberglass fishing boats 1 lAS .OBIL NIC.L FURNI.HED duplnssurlles. bedroom apt upper) 83S
StampiAuto tTORAOE PART SECURITY[
FOR ALL your prietinsissida HEATER FROM WARDS ., .u 1.I.a. b.I..o Sand
call MU 2-4404 Commercial Preil w. buy or nil for rot Priced to sell with Murray; Have Hot Water ,. I Furnished:
a Sis
Soot Covert lnc.L.tt.srhrsds. llthctriphlns JIMMY WALKER'S trailers Wen DEE'SMOBILE
: OARAOE
apartment near'I uo ?fsss.mnsd,
"" Need Itt I
.ra..n. Will Yo .:oll.l.. privet .
AUCTION Flnar.ce. .r.ln 9 bedroom houi 1100
LINOS AUTO ..., eo..... Com. CENTER : ,. HOMES porch. wttr . .r.no 316 Weak Ollvia .
"let* automollvi Interior IEait Radiator Service 3398 0 S. 92 loot Corner North Florida and 117 N. ID.t.UaH. month (((.3(9(. 13laIO. bedroom apartment .
Kentucky 641 N. W.bnh .
Main' Phon MU 1.1.10. BEAUTIFUL HAWAIIAN print Memorial Blvd. Y .151 THRJ. ROOM sanoenopsrtmeoi, assured I a home of Ibis East Pin.. .

ANT TYPE radIo-ssnelOs. al lull 61 19 pr yird. Die ton It I MU 2-5103 :3. ..,. .No. utility depoilt 1 bedroom aparUnint . 636
le.nlnt. 10.50' KNOX noun trail For
recorlnt rebulldlni d.lul your own. outstand. Labs ind Mainoliaa .
ConcrstsLICIr4SOD Cotton prints at 96 and many 14' BOAT contrail. electric 26 water 110 Hunter street.
Peddy Radiator er Iwo .
""Ic.. MU SlIt erssireduoe d HP> motor trailer 8200 Tradeimaller bProom. front kl.h.n.Uk Dioletood.01W. bedroom .
price. W.II.to- hou. .
.1-9181 108 Planes & Musical Inst new. Racrlflc 63600 W. R
home
ing Louu .
buys 114
wall carp*, oraram for rit 663 4004, see today'g -
ruascu I to . .
319 P4l'alIR
CONCRETE" contractor street. Ptioni 0000 orronind0.1usd
Ar.D. 1 bedroom apartment S38
Drlvewari. floor. .ld.w.I" lADIATORS BLOCKS cleaned rour alas Sod edted Preeent stock la FT PLYWOOD boat with fllertlti 63.3879 .,. m. floor I all atectrin kitch.o.i
JUST RECEIVED 'Homes Plenty 01 sheop .
For
on vehicle. ScAld I Sale"lstngs. St104i
Cycle-Flo .
m.lhod RepaYs C.Od Susie .lipton 01. .P'
..... steeds, curb. patIos and bottom and 3 6 motor .Ir .r.,
Carload Vied Pianos .0"dILo.ed. wal.to..11 loot Mails,
rldi... B. B. Morrla. 668.841S. all typel Oinilert 2209 Tweed ind 601 DuPont HI-Lo, Both (80. 6(6 1236. Wilder Road THEY 18 TRAVELLER tollt. II. re- pete. .. one .
rocondl.hosed .
South are .Ullbl.
Florida el(2-4 07 Cloud Sundayi. d C. Hamilton ,1.I.bo frliirator .to. floor .
.
two adulu
IAk.lanli. Fabrlci, Dad City Hwy 98. 1.T n' ARI8TOCRAPT flbertlai dou- and 'ul .u"ato.d, All I urairs, twin couche 61.298, or P ensanlvania No DOl.. South JAMES D. CAPPS
Radio & TV Repair I sites north of Internal 4 bls bottom boat, two 48 HP Iv.tnrnds tnlahei Choris. Dldler Rout I. 5.. 183. A.ou.
Draperies melons. like 0.... Tilt EASY TEFMS Winter Mania, ". FIRST FLOOR-will furalihed,I Realtor
PARLOR FLOOR liars and pink raller, (1290. Will toss 14alumInum 1 FULL Mchirto .555,5 plan off Lrnchburt Road, BrhmldtiTrailer on. boom. carport. near itoreibui Property Manattment
UPERT .
RADIO and TV ... ..*. chiin All In tood condition at later dateCANNONVMUSIC, .
boat and 0 PirkONE
imall \
motor Tennce.ee
CUSTOM MADE drpl, IllpoovFences pius Ores moutur proofln, slier CHI MO 5.j355OLECTROLUX In trade. ... at 1JS2 Ed..w.llrB..rh nu.. AVI- 103 Cut Pint $ (863117CLASSiriCO
sits mod upholl..rID' Your 0mbP15 coarse S U repaired In our mod MOBILE horns. 10136 Picemiker -
OC Curs ".. eailmat.a In era shop at a fair. price. Brimyour (21 lateit. model. Dries CO. '112 model. pitlownln CLASSIFIED : CI..AOStFIID DsPLA" '
pour bom. luaar IIrm. 1321 lI.wT.mp. art In and .... 10* er cil o.w loses. sin.. Take over pap.menlo. 103 8 Plo -LaaeIspdf2.SldpCOIN *, 10'120' .. 1'13' IOn _E.L DISPLAY
lilobsap 8.... ... Ho.irdi Radio and TV. MU Electrolul Corp. 88..110. FRIDAY EVENINOS 55' Paremiker two,bedroomirlllt

3.U70 413 Lonitellow, Bill to a. PRUCHAUP flat .ml.lrallor FISHING IS .. saints.. Frank Rran
Joey Mower Shop with '84 IIco" $405 555-1510. USED LESTER Spinet piano ma. 84 E tret, Hollder Mobil Mom
6.J.3011. pie fInish, 800 South Florida Ave- Park

MUTUAL FENCE Comptny. Inn. : Roweovlng 1803 tlO Z.. lewlnt machl, STILL GOOD! sue. l.n.1 In. (82.3191. I9' ;:3 HIUCRIT. two bedroomir CRESTVIEW MOBILE HOMES"Where

Lowe ..rI.... no down pynluaranteed ', .repoueiMd Balance (Jl 61 or 17 SPECIAL IA01 B.", OrandiStudio. hUt In. MU .4al
FOR EXPERT reweivlnt at moll per month Phone MU 3-a'37. .. and Splneti > lee owner. 4960 New
Lakilind W* Induitry wont b* M41J6 und.reold I. bol... amass. oll..tll been.ste. .. 140' CHAIN link feop 0'.' posts and: We have a 12 ft. fiberglass Real bartaini Brown, S04 Bouth.I.rld. Silahoop.ISSWHIflIY.

Fre wtlmaMi .. 811.JII.ton Ksttum Rew..IDI sure.Irs. rail.. 0011'1.11.< '100. T.rm.. fishing boat for only $185,00. 5.1:1KB Ion aate. 55090. Low
MU 3-1340. : II.W, B.ld.ln AoroannicDiane. Call 003-5050. Prices Are Born and Never Raised""We

Furniture Screen. Repairs il" COLOR TV. Call MU 3-6731::, Aluminum 10 ft. pit boats C.I U1J 8.31

400 AMP. Hohori welder. Coil_ Aluminum 12 ft. FRENCH COURTOIS trumpet. 124 Trucks Trailers
BRIDES Seat Iurnllure "..... I LRi.LSU: REPAIRID.' Inuct sire Rot Portia.,. YU '. 737. cartop (128. Uied only lour month. cordially invite you to visit and
Milher Furnltur Ff055 452. reeulnt replaced In wood oetal models nln. neunas 4. Vera S. Brash. 6>tim>' TRAILER, terp.ulln
6131 ", frames. Pick up deliveryIM aO-KART 626 T MM Bell 731 last Lime. Call aveninti, J0 20'. ill volt ..nl.lr. All for I inspect our selection of fine Mobile Homes"AT
.8148 lowell mevle camera na Rotarnower ', From $99.5 up 6((.2 J(. 1126 1146 Laki3ic.
810 Two aluminum chaii Not" e.Ia
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Income Tu Swimming PSsiaPOOLO nth I sissrapr inn lumion 616Vioutht We have a new 14 ft. Star. 81.348.
Iron t.bl. and louse 111 Sporting Coeds I

,hllri 130 MU 6.7886. craft aluminum lap-strake ___ __ __u 'I 0 FRD. "lkUD.. Tric'u

INCOME TAX painted t CLCANID.. ."_1..1.. repair tupplleeegulpment *! runabout with Coast Guard I APACHE CAMPINQ.. trillen Ol I isSa FORD. -V.6. twa- ipeed. 743 East Memorial Blvd. ( Next to McDonald's)

.*11. 703 Sass Main 1 lbs but before buettssnp Ed 12 aluminum van ..od,. radio I
$3 and upH5cR MU I-IJaf.: MONTGOMERYWARD approved cushions wind John's. 8908 Park Sod l ,, Plnellai h..a.. InceUenl condition 686- Phone 682.8656
Park Florida I
I
shield and
rob L. P Lass pocus, colt CatO steering. New 411
Block
Co. .."..... n.urea, 8114-40 Murray tilt trailer with a 63 CHIVRI.I on* Ian beam

HieKdiM 0AM. to 9 P MEau 111 Wanted Miscellaneous than Full" enulowdfor
Sun 9 to S Televisions 30hp Reconditioned Mercury pullmi OratIons Till triAl TWO BEDROOM

motor ICA.K FOR pour or oil 686.000612S .
106 West Walnut St. Installed Fencing I. ItaO'IU
FOR TiLkviaion ....ten n all 337 I FORD V. Tru.k. m.k.oi. I
Phone 686.1958 01..... fait, rellabl. ......*. saIl CHAIN LINKFor I All for $793.00 I. ".rk'. T.dl". Pol 3551 Was SALE
nietlv ClIp Mil 8166Upholstering Tasnpi Hllbw. ,

Bank financing is availablefor AUTOMOTIVE FRONTIER 50x10 . . . . $5495 $4895
lamp Repairs
Protectionand all our boats motors Buses I I
STAR 50x10
116 Automobiles For Sale . " $4500 $3995
LAMPS REPLACEMENT Ihadea hA.s..LTI> UMIOLMIIHl Ser. Beauty. and trailers. t. '
Lamp parts and repair ImperialStudio. we Slip cover and drape.. .... lIPID ScHooL biue. Onto TITAN 51x10
.. SacS Soutn Orleini Avenue oonabl. Free .."...... pIck sosod CALL 169 CORVAW Mon.aeeaortihi. Ford Cb..I.1 and . MU.i . . t. . $4400 $3995
MU 2-5103 ..
MU463S. delivery Phn S6-4MO. (08 Don't forget all boat trailers dl*. healer, automat tran*. 3 tM. Notll Lincoln A

"ollt.? .....'" lIo.d must have safety ,..._lon, while ildiniU Una. 16OOP .. aue. PACEMAKER 50x10 ' . . $4400 $3895THREE

lawnmower RepairsLAWPIUOWEN Venetian Hinds FOR FREEESTIMATES ;chains We have them for I I mllei FORD MU convertible 1..1.3 Pull pow. RENTALS I

J195. ir . clean New lop Prlvauwner
R.PAIRINO Boss I v IR inCACS AND hor.aonlai* 668-34 ., 830. BEDROOM
lad taola .h..o.d Sup and lufaetured Repaired. cleanednl 1WO BICYCL18. ,m.o' lade's. 12S Business Places Fir Rent
silt ntsnsra, Class", Uot 1.111, In lined Ale automobile ernebllrd. laIn 'rodu..k.bu". Phast .tI 5- Our aluminum canoes .AND 67 . liC ,
I UU '-1340, Ilte A r.Lite Mil .i711 3970 both four
should be here in few 1
a 'everythlnt 0 .1. 662-6068 WOI
usa lIDCf I RIIL TYPE lavnmower 621HP 5 days : 840 SQ I SAL
Painting Johnioo notor 80. Ver. WI P1NANCB V eredlt Ulood F.OFFICE DOUGLAS 58x10.
CLASSIfIED ADS mod condition Incurs 91klnlbini Low .. 640 dwt .un.hloeUMd FOR . . . $5995 $4995

PAINTING, WASHING, floor tin.: ... Avenue Citr: after N C..., 508.5555iTPORSCHI In T urkee'. Drat Store Bulldint! PACEMAKER 56x10

lihint, Interior .-..rlor work,: pm GLEN'Stf.rcurr Supar 00-4 M"U'. Paved park'nt la front , , , $5695 $4595
Free ..1111I..... reasonable prl.... Phone MU 6.1151 mIles 0 end reerl T. ..0 floor Ideal:

(6)-18, 6(3-3616 Mr, Turman Outboard isleS BervleCorner 13-413 for doc lor'i of or mediralsupnip DOUGLAS 58x10 1 . . $5995
$4995
1963 FORD wiaon. (118On .
lIa.1 SatinS healiniand
Parker 6 t. Jl Oar, 11(1. West Oak Cnl..1
I A.n.* in KathmnMU air .. month

ENTERTAINMENTneed '-70. ir C.ll T. R. Tucker it. Real
"You
IF YOU WISH TO BE LISTED IN THIS '63 PORSTHE Suwr 90, 110ft lor. MU S-717J _ __ _ Get More for Your Money"
103 Furriitgre & Appliances mile.. radio, Ulinlap Urn. 6J,600 POR HEIIT Offico-- noon. with I

not M expensive MU 2.1754.COUnT. ,0'"ln. .... CaSt .. ,

: BUSINESS CLASSIFICATION Check the Classified sec. RtFrtlOIRATORS W A. HEll Iteri '(1 four dOlon CANDLEUOHTRESTAURANTadMlrilni .al8.. I
I.. air condltlonera ete All radio CRESTVIEW MOBILE
lion for good buys In used ..... repaired Prompt eipert 1 waion Nearly .'lck., Air .ondillo.e. Seatlnt capacity motel.for 188 I..,.,eouip r.'. HOMES j

TV and Stereo sets ....I... ... ui for tood vied appliance For aie A-l .. DOd kiwae, two dlnlnt roam. '
DIALMU 6-1151-Ask For Classified I poor .lvlnaler: aid ale Per,on with bond credit eos SIP on R.U"a
II I Hone dealer. Nit Dar TV.A*. 1..n. low Sash down .ondltlooo. L.lo 0' 5.0k.: 743 East Memorial Blvd.
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Inll.n..., 1930 Auburndaia ad ,. .I I'- titan (4a menihly ,W.I.I. mi. l.B"th Sr wriboL I
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RENTALS RENTALS REAL ESTATE REAL ESTATE REAL ESTATE REAL ESTATE LAKELAND. LEDGER Sunday. April 12. lIC4 I-D ,


133 Mebile Homes 13$ Unfumlihad Ap" 139 Unfurnfeliid Ho..... 144 Acreage, lets for Sale 145 lutlness Property 147 Intern Property 153 Houses Fer Sale REAl ESTATE REAL ESTATE

ONC BEDROOM
furalih.4, Ir.U.Of LAII.LAIID'

far nut Oil MU '.na' bud II..., sos KEWI5Tlsi-ss5 bedroom TWO 133' .ItEDltOOy.. honol lot rollS LAND BUT-1010 ...... *tav.. TAM'A RIORWAY Ill 0 nr coMPLE-nxr FURNISHED. STEAL. THREE Md.*..... Soar 153 Reuses For Sale 153 Hisses Fr Salt
apartm.nt ..,
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SIlo .tr. ". Call NU .1..... .... O..r .
pbs I. 10 .
par acr 051 .rlor .
CLEAN MODERN turnl>h,dhou<*? for adulta. Ceatr.l boat .-.,... Jobs .r. Din. iittoo Moor downtown OIl I cheoU. alioppins 13 400 loi*-.
trail, *". .otUi.. OeM llvlni ni alt aandiuonim. Built l ID: 1140 ......_t.ule reach. f.noed sad son 'aJlcor 124 WsI ...1. $5.loDUllRLAI. lObS Mtaitolla I".." Phon MU I lei at ISII9I17I monikIp NO MONEY Bd.d. ..., kx.llonUkrlind
di'ion Otlllll furnl>h.... stInt 'an.. 1.JI SOUTH Lincoln lob .. crowt 1. Corral and laadlachute 1-4911 OM-0347.
But. Cloat to .011.... b. ,. TRACT aaJolB SII.Q3H lit Ills AfMB Dr ... $50 PER MONTH
110-111 ...klr. 1110 room, krm.. in pwr 5000. M sirs.oslo -
SIJ.3U7 per Jo
month Pnoat su-iua war '84. Maca. Kraft Pods. approitmal.lr t.I i 141 twa kadroom maaonr*. florIda
I > suoo HMO II.... :100 acre.. Weterfrent 103 STADNTON AVENUE Re1uod
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UK Rt.llor PrepertySACRIFICE
MO 3 374 *00 niiBwar' 00011. baultful ..,d, B It ..
PRIVATE. CLEAN MOUUIN ftallr.ad laotoo th
U.Uir lor ttn. TWO kdroom dupl. I M bead *( eattla. only 110 000 Corner I... Woos bedroom I ttd I btdrwtai frail* hoaiM
AIM' Urn trailer lot, pail, *a .4I5lS05r0.5 08 achool Sib MONT OR oil, thrn kdronl 3.000 acre. four BUM tram cypnei Jolts J. .*....... a..I.... ail .w* bilhi. Florid room, central call NU 34400.'il.oo. that muit a* old inaitdltttlrutllfrini .
bun lint .....Ieel. SIb ...... 111& ....11 iw. kath bull -ln acrMncdiaMMl 0.......*. 0 a. hlanw.rontai. .103 CEDAR aIB. all and heat 113-1011 TWO _room CB bItS. 50 a* ctoalnd ta l. aa
roe RIrNT to bidruom U.II. 1'enD._', DO..h. '.....<1 **'*. 1W "*. **UBUILDINO .. nly ITIO-per acr.. See houM 13190. 1710 3 Bcdraom osool .to..*I 1180 DOWN 171 47 memoir for cIt,01010, lIu. barso lot. N. .. tat Minimum doom ........

58.49 loS oa La. P..r. La.. WANTED PERMANENT tenant' 8. O' Lele Dr 1L.. OardnerDick L... lou from Cub mi. |**r at ler! a* Ca h.m. la Id..,_ Park mitt ta.... 00. C..._.., Orbs. and ru 0000 1$. Pot inform attcathoat

Pa..r rail.r villa .&:I.l3oa Jic* two bedroom duolei *a Bout 1 11II0nlll. SUITABLE for h.....: Realty IOU Bl MatsPhone web 0.,.. C.... A Own**I r.n.... and built los .3-0.11 P5055 SOOt. NUoua Moods Uir.UlII PrMat t

MODEXN. TWO droom moblU'at .. !.... *vt"rUliI cl.' *.. Own. ::II 1'or amall ad "."*. Clot 1.1 MU "- 133. COMMERCIAL .'d.....'. I mil*. Nona w aoa .. NEW TWO bedroom aau**. MoOd I. EXCKPTIONALI! 3 atdroom a ..
torn. lot 1....,.. front.U. or. .98-5535, Kathlnn MU CHOICI BUILDING Ut*. IM. 301. tV_. ontl wateclBY for Immedlit occupaner. 1100 bath I mr aid CB wrrau MU 2.6116

*.>. N* DO Call MU 1-4131, TWO HKDROOM. n... bricT ; TWO BEDROOMB llvlni and 14$ directly Behind 3110 et..... OWNER fia bautlful Lobs I a ft 11,1,0 ores. bulll-ln ,...., ul. roof built-in. ..*..rI...
M008JIN. WITH block lo oolite.. air, conditioned Itr room. Poreo. tpac* I.nd H.unt Blvd Call MTJ PROPERTY Arlana la Auburadal. Iw. ked, waini 01580.5. full Ills bath. au.lltr UnilM.pini, II... Urnarfrt .
.Iolfll c.bU. IB laria atrr ... XlD Harrla Realtor, eiioiu flwtrw storE. chlldraa avtr.111'/1:/ MO "3110. room, twe kathi, Gold Medal.loa I........ floors. ...*.n.d Porch lawn. MOO down awumiIU $6,000 "AS IS"Thrtt
moM" Park rant ale paid* park, 41. 131 a 3123 Clrvrland' H.llht .. LAND 10 acre*. piand ''. all elretrl. ham*. Central,I Priced at 110000 Ml 10month 0 .380 ...0....... 19] moolnlr18JI bedroom frtmt boll. so..
.trll" Kin a ParkWITH J..I.' Pltooo $53.0. ,' ..... Beautiful huh land LOANSPhone neat and air conditional Thre aiur a low down ..,,,,.... Pln.Mrrr ....allOl. Sir location SOuth ndt. radue...
139 Uitf.mliliil HOVIM TWO BEDROOM at Ml 3 bd. warn eacllaa Lakeland fine oo.d, costs..Id. Priced te mi. la R Can k* en tfaitr *t sun Acr.* FOR SALE or ..... uofurnun.d tor quick tali. Mttdi torn* work
TRAILERfurnlil cabana 1'1011. room at |-| w. R. WUIl.... MIL Prlc 1240 per aor T.... C Ul. till Look Mala Pnon.; s-or information call Jerrr ..... 111,51 kdrom houx N.arlr BI.. DO Infoimauoa oa .."" ....
.d. Clot IB Adults, DO iSO PARTLY furalelud, laM Re._. ....113.. at* down a*. R. L. Gardner or Hop in. Tell us 00441331 Aukurnlal, WO 04302ip'r. 815 CY 4-1311 or Das WlBMn ElMtrl kltehaa Waiuida. MO
pota MU 1-3304. R C. Lois Ray K. ..... CT 3.1473..
2 -..... V.5 or .tDid' 3-1743. MARY E. LEAHY
Rudy lIoallor' IT OWNER N... las bedroom R ". ion Bait MalaPnon your requirement U..,...... 31 mile *...
TRAILER.Bakr 31 Utlliui furatilMd 112' 1&11 Memorial Blvd ... Ir.m. boom f,05018Sf ssi.1131ilaand of Lklnd aa I.... Hatohlaaha.Lait IAMOAI0. ATrRACTIVE ..* TWO BEDROOM bou. ebb .allo'
nnk ..100do. *
stiC rt. .... w.t tat* .10'1UNFUaNI8HID ... 111 ... ".DII>. Phon MU You'll late our Red Carpet let los sill at 14900 KISS bedroom CB Isms Florida room irnd porch Soles Ml ImIIs '10 ... II... ICU I.I
*ram tar''I Mom. Phon .... DUPLEX I bed' ,31101.. 'A.TURI LAND 600 ...... Service." .nd drr. Can n kr keat M Kla, itllltr. awnini window,. till kath. 001.18. sIt?. '.._. Phon.
M10 '00"' ., carport t Hock __ 0001 1011. 5005 1/IIIIIr.. ....J. .imm** er Miami $oo R. C. Ul.R .. 105015118blInk cabinet*, soot Ill-tool
lIIoulll..... M0. 121. CaroSsaMODERN FOUR ROOM and bath at 1421athlrtn II... Plant cttr OnlrIIM L. 0..4..... E. L. lobS er Bud ichool. SWISS sod churche. Paved
0lU407l D' :1-8010: ( Head 131 a menu NU per hors looms M* down 5..,. at Dut. Reiitr loll But I itru no SIt. tools. Wonder. FOR OAtS or runs br ..n.,. Very
134 MoblU Home lets 3.1131. a** ft. L. a.......'. R 0. ... rRar Maia at photo MTJ 1-1113 1 ful aaiihborhood Wail roll... nlc_ <*a tw. kdroom tram
.81 two bedroom da'n'1. K. LM. at Dlok'O Realtr FIRST FEDERAL tent bom. n.too. Term. BH hOu". Total DOlts, 14.700. Rnt.manthlr .
11"1.l ...teb... 113-3940 or IOU loot Main' ph.no III-1133COMSE APPROXIMATELY I acre an t I dlicauat for slim la mr '. ltr 160 IIJO Norm D.vu CUSTOM BUILTALL
LAKE BOKBY Four Star Uobll 113'.1101. Lois Lena 410 ft. LakefrentBeautiful 717 Oslo,.all, two block i Coot 405000. Call SII-0551
Ron Park lisp Until 'lou In CLEAN 2, 3, 4, 5 BEDROOM MANOR lota Barlin- twe kdrooai b.... I .r Waba.h in Skrlln Acr Abs
TWO bedroom dupli. Com_ Road FOR IMMEDIATE .all Tail .roofrtr .
,0'al3.tu
waMr
Lak.land Olin and oitait Incorn shown
.1.."... water drr and Unmetpal -. lane cloeeta, cloe la .10.... 121 and *.iouicltr II Ml. wrnu SAVINGS nlr. Contact kr R. nopolntnunt C'I O.n.u.d. for bulldin lot ar truck ...... n* dvKriptlv: buildup
war 006.3139ISIA005AII,0
duplexes and houses BRICK HOMESNO
.,tar *... ko> Unit Block t* Oecoola Inquire vn Paiotetto many LaN lor c*.n. iu-1173 P.O. siB Ul*. R. ... oirdner ar B Valu .. Mil nHl.... Own.r. 1001

o.w Orv Park Bhopplni Cen TWO BEDROOM CB b. ... N...". furnished or partly fur ribs ACR' .cte. U. tlo... .21 Enk. Dirk"* $o511r. 1011 E Malarnoa : OWNI" 0. . South Mti.iuippt
down
AND .,
tar Gold lakt fumni and boat! I I. decorated throuihout. W.ter nished. Some near Scarso .o..UI ...1 SudS Hosibor l.a7 LOAN ASSN. MU asnaLAKEPRONT. ', los full Mrmenl bltbs.Tbree lane bedroom Florida MEDULLA ARIA Twe I bedroom do.. ,,,"' .., t. your lot
I tail Small P.U. 1140 North Crrt-i Iur..l.hlCl. too month. 1141 &..... Memorial. Blvd MU 14107BUILDINO 105 moos b...... all eonv.pieace.lood ..
tot Ui Driv. MU *..7471P1VE : lea Ro.d Call s86-8101. t H nand MontgomerWard. HOME room I car carport, krlrk One watir, lari lou low down MALL down paimaat M our lot
LOTI. Lots 100kl40. OF LAKELAND ON 00500 Id Phone MO 1-4111 ar por.,... or trailer Dos". Field
ACRES Otto wall and lID.U SMALL HOUSE. four mile *ul. sioo .acn. Other, amiookini LAKE QIBBON MU 11911 Reed t Pipkin thin left
m
tank ".,... road ihadt sad Dod. CIA. Sfisbws' .. ." abA Lak 01....... 11900 and UP Coil Dowatowi: Oraait at Ten BMOrtri ... A ... ywatir .. homo for t HI7 WILLOW Avaue. Thbidroom .. mile. MU SIOIJOOOD .
..rd.. na* laS-OvO. 503.1745, W Q H.le. MU 1-1711 .lira* famllr. Llvini room. I bit I .
MEL RUDY Park: Crrttal Lik Dr .. bedroom. t bath, Ills of cloieu i both. tarpetad lInt'", COMMUNITY In toed repair IMPERIAL
MODERN TWO bedroom 8ODTHUDE. DEAR Labs Hollnnworth room famllr room, aircendittoapatle
duplei .
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undrr furnlehed
al Weadowbrook room ".. hui.ichen partlr See owner
MOBILE LIVINGAT KItch.55ppitsncssn 8 ....r LMLA REALTOR OB Bucklniham Avnue. .. (with tovi. comblsod I I... kitchen with' ..tr.. on p00015,5.. IOU .outb 1010
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hod. MO 3-3511 79 kill MU I.oJ33.D'i .13.2. for appalntm.at.
ITS BEST MORTGAGE -Hh 'r'i.\: plui Isr.o York MU 10749uo CONSTRUCTION CO.,
I BROKER Air
TWO i ii : Porch OWNER
BEDROOM toocret blockBOUTHSIDE iiiD871i 5 hardwood : 111 Prad Place SuIts ,'Wii'iii'"TiiRi". bldr" .....
duplo' 1527 E. Memorial 202' 01155 ..... floor. oU II.." .... ,an. 'tarallr too INC.
II .U. roerai.
Who not osstsfourntn 1 parkan !! r. Onars and Wumds Blvd. 30 bIg frslt 3500 I roomMUIT Oil. Ills .
bol.l1. Modems .1..1.10 bitch.it.
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a lonly" I..., Ont that hat .-.. . .. .. 98r00m114 .... COIl Rod al... daps ....a111. 146 Firms Gross Ronchtt blind. threuihouL freihlv n.ln,01 .-." -_._.....- n ..ng"gu.: .. Air toodiLb000r. S .
; ; ; dial 686-4107 time "nsldo ...-"C ;.tii..i, ; S .ned P.
city trpt ......, line drlnklntwater U. II. .. any nl.lllo ....I.OS. .10 '00. *uul d.llihilul location Car. 411 eo. Pit Ant
nod 5111101 .
room Prlsls dock
direct
for power company meter ThOSE IIEDROOM fumaiuIoj'fllUDaIsbSd .r OWNER. FIVE acre. top euelltr GROVE BARGAIN 10 burrs melt.lr R.adr for ..rcupaoeOil .. SELL. Three .bedroom CBIIM prtlni and dranfri includedLar II-31M .
alit mlntaum all electrical fun' kllU U "U ','3... land Ittj bearlni cltru. Moderltwo I 0........ f rear, old Good or Mt b 110700. air .ondilluntridwkoed .. atllllr. ..1..1, landKaptdKJMIO .-143lHOUMI
stool facllitltt the Wpe rertatioa .bedroom !Iou... lane acraened noun North Lkland' 131000 limos> D Coops or W. O Milti I.. will lois o S aid 0 .
Thai ShinEs TWO bdra..... 310 down "' .r.*.... ....3317.
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porch Also .3m
..-. lenIn lane barn adiolnl". lit eai nil .
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sod 1111 HUMMINOBIRD two bId.oom
m 0t55I S llvini .
P IUPOS
PALMI too Stov. and 08risorsior South.ldi, I homr . .|]oo-I1JS plenty .hade acr ...
BHOREa MOBILE I..b. tree. Only 111.000. ** a.** Iv.ninf. Milcolm THREE BEDROOM CB 1300 dow.. r Plorid room INIrli kltch.
art Just north of thE YlII... 01 "U .0333.. 110 510031 3 D.drWma. "ncd, appllancriModern mm. IM-IO after I p m. Thorn**. 111-7911. B.rt RodinIAROAINB 150 MTscilltntom b lane. '''00. ill II ... will Mil or boss wttn aptlon NEW HOMES

Like Airrtt Bear Rt. M *a N.... CB dupl.i ..111-170 FIVE ACRES- 00' I..,.... on 11I.lto.. ....1711. 103 North Webit.r All 980,05t. o bur Call "nmii.. 550-3014

lr Road. 3027 REDWOOD I bfdroom. kuilulaa.southild paved ,..d. Berk lln. an ..mtUlocked . THIRTY .,'., top SAL ACRE lou Trtll.r. build 9-4 IOPORECLO8ID tinder eoniiruttion lit till
THREE as lake 1300 down and ... Irons. ,Iu. S lou includlni boot Hi HU. (..a. lit down. ".. REPOMS E a B I'> Hlihltndt. 3. 4 and I btdroomtPrlctd .
e B HOUSE BEDROOM OOOD, TWO BATH COliN' .... . . . .. ... .. $60 >um payment of 13171 per d.rib.1105 eoulpminl" parkiniQOUI. nflnlihtd, Btutt, sore tot. (.3. b..I.. IB manr L.i.l.nd, area. "PUN LIVING"fun from 124 000 tt 130 000
135 Reems Fer Hint NEIGHBOR. nonlh Phone .. rudr
HOOD I ,0001 uplt. MI-430 t* optrat eompl.u at2. M.I Sod R..iter isti I Micrlal *.
01001101608's811 US 1110 _. 11% down M.lcolm "' ROY THOMPSON
AItOUT THI 3 Blvd" IM-4107 I y,'. llvlni' for the kid
LARGE ROOM .1..... near bin YOU RENT. PRICB 10,088 *, brand new .. . ..'150 POLK Thomai nnhti. IIS-78H. Bert t n th* pIsyhoIlSo out In th. kackund.r lit SI too
Oenlltmaa pref...... or man sod 3 bldr...... Iw* kaUuThrM COUNTY'SMOOT 1104.... Rr.ltor, ....nn. THREE.. BEDROOM CB lIDs floe. DIE oak urn Fun llvini s-boil S".U3 111.3111

wut. Price reaionablt MU 1-1341 JOE P. BRIDGES ,HOMIBITES BEAUTIFUL 36 ACRE Vtlncia RIDS crop Inludtd 2/ ACRES AND I l FHA 0' ir widow lot ell Solos heat ondltionlni aorta IJIAROA1NI f or tha nit of SOS famllr In.idin .

ROOMS POR rat Bra im a Florid. A... dclui horn**, too o 1100.000. t ,.., ...-.... laJ' I air conditlonrd-ctntral hot
condttlonad. Dr phone: e' .all' bithi . . . . 1190-1 IM Oil Red II.'. dart. 'U-I7I1 r oomlort Tnr.. bi| krdrooma.bli 1
tot and told water la 'lb... htdrooiui *itra*. ... HOME : balhi. .. ..
Oak View EstatesDRIVE iihtt .1I0S. ..., Rodttriondiuon BEAUTIFUL madaraiom bullt.ini ".h.
otto room doll maid arrtlcaII17 FOUR BEDROOM two b ibj bo,,,. 11..110'. *. threl .bedroom I 04 bath wttn *v.rr 1101hsOsPPltooce OPEN HOUSE
pr wok Mr., oar. .... On* block from ..11..*. llooonth O outhmsuL too ho.... .......100 ftnSur br lot convenient, |oraWon. ulll-ln. for "fun lIol,..'. And
...,. Pho... lIa."... Or..... Call MU lilll25M J Dm03.00. c. OUT TODAY ..0 ACI\I8 ,I50s .r.... 5060 Illh Ground-Low Ground About Spar Crutal, I.skI II lOa II....' OREAT bn famllr rjilui ...
Hotel aai Harth Kntuckr Av. I i 4 mllM Nwlh Soul 1 mIlls Iom doeIoen L..tl..d. cam for ..Ult,. Drive br till ORKAT DI 55rr1 tO tstbo Saturday A Sunday
n.. mpg. 180ROOM. esIporL Cops.si ., Countrr boos. modpra . . PIlot CO0.. Jsoooy 'Chan... WIld.r .
'7J OPTs I to I Wrbdsps alMi I bedroom homo wttn tiled Eichini* Av.nu. Coil Sons.. nul.un llvlni *t Itt fmt.t
CLODE DOWNTOWN .rl.... ... 0 labl. Ar... CI.... Call NU 8781. '1 3 bedroom an* seraaouthiat 1 to I 56080. CII. ,Rood. Ph.n., lit. I. Sos 47, PI.nl biui llvlni room. and kitchen. 5...7111I. Malcolm, ThomaifHREB 0 t 1103 MMdawbrook. RO-IU1 2 to S p.m.
na.'lua4
tranct. II week 223 south Ms.York. .. C.II I. B Paul. ....3110. with <
MU a4031LOVKLV CIVITAN. *. S booms . 119-1121 Out South Florida to Pipkin Rd ACREB iro't II acm pas.1UDS PR Tacks, Jr" rualtor. MU P lorid BEDROOMS, I + bath. DICK BARNES rft IXM.t1RIVI IIonl 05k. 10.
S room
rooms 3 3 .bMlrooma nar achool -Wen aa Plpkia to Lunn Rd_ .... 9 bMlrodm 1 baUtmi ,1173.. 0. air nnoltianedneed ales tn ltiOhloIds.bidroon .
PURNIBHED room, prUete bedrooms I'/J baths south ea Luna Rd and follow > ( mllM out. Ijtooo down. rard Real ban.in la iverr
,
carport
entxanct, prltttt bath "'... 5'tb North 'I'onn.._ . . .. $55 cLArIS .h. OAK VIEW ESTATES IllnlA.F. b.I..... 10 ...... Ktn Htrru I deiirabl location Call Ill- REALTOR 5 ... I balks. SPLIT tlV.EL .
phona. Ideal for taleiman 113LAROE and utility room. Very 3 D.drbom bom. R.altor ....3UI. ill! or IIJ 4994SOUTH8IDE 2011 a Pla 111-7101 h.... with all lbs EJtTRAI

1781. lean. $95 mo.ABBOTTHECKES. PICKARD NEW eutiid cur IUD llvini to.adau.rt.r t IM ... (t. trtaDirection. .

FRONT bedroom twin CLARK REALTY I i HOMES roll COLORED ON SITU tit... bedroom thit will' likedi .. Prom Lakeland! mil
bedi Prl.... bath pnt.le ,". CO. Property Manaiemtnt IIULT01\ LAKE PLACID 4TREET WEST OP WEBSTER I l.111 . Walkmi dlsboos000pISi Mulberry. drIno out Muhwty ITM
Cub and tool Mt) 01361 .. u and l.... .. LAKE HUNTER
traIn 133 N*. N.... IM-4011 300 PI. A... 551-9103, 3 AND 4 BEDROOMB. 1300 DOWN .nt. wheel Chrlitlna Park turn rut II
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1I..lloro-un.\ I JS Acrtt, 410 '.1...... maUrtd AC M itreet (ram seulhweit GOOD Terms. S2S.500 5 alliS .. tun on left turn
TO PHA OALIPIKD BDYIRS Junior Huh W.., Wlndur ...
II.*
LAKEPRONT PROPERTY at I7S6 In Pmrappla. orth la Prom
\I Tenn. mtturM 111 property Birlow.
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,_ A. Mt7 5-5117 per acri I ", II.. from Laktlind Marih OP maluivd, 123 Vilrn." MIL RUDY, REALTOR 1117 I off South Lincoln Avenue Model, Three bedroom, Two bath d rl" W.., on II to 140.A. i*
136 looms With Boerd CAROLYN DRIVE Brar echonlmodera : LAKEFRONT HOMEFor W R. William. .llor. .... .1. I psors.Id. POol lUoooottrmt t tOIlS MEMORIAL. ....U" ANYTIME Ion U od..Mil con.tructwn. Full Inform. : home to SlOb. on ruhl, turi riiht 15op.rOr.
three bedroom. Appliance la3' No it Call JIm slUr 4pm. HI-1010 D, .
BOARD WITH lunchet to to *. Fenced skid yard 1100 rent tali, *r 10.... Practl. TAMPA Po.... with T R, Tucl.r Jr. rolllALI br .wner Two b.d. 180' Lake FrontageBy
HIGHWAY 149
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C ark Really, 1864031HVE f ally new, ru.toal built lualltyrature. II .. ,
TtlnUloa room Reaeanablt 711 m.1I0n. Inn.unent 17 too John Realtor, .71 u. 'oom CB Striwberrr Hill Sub. Owner On prtmUti to ireet ....
Lank Oak ....." ROOM bout near ecneolfchurche. 1.lflD.l room. dininiroam J ir.nnan, 124 W. Mala, III- 151 Real Estate Exchange 1117 8lr'wt>.rrr Lin*. Lot 16. .
.. .... buS IIn.. fencedrtrd Florida room lane 904.ooms U03. 165'. Prlc 14 500. Phon ATw.ter Phone MU 6-4832
r two bathe, codar cl...... MORRIS RISTER
IftO a month MU 1-9010 Invest now . 4-9IH Port Meid. Florida
mud room. eerport sad hints.. TWO LARGE country lota 1160lioo HIGHWAY HOME bu.I..... PIT
131 Uflf.miin.d Apart 110 WEEKLY rsosssndr.. Electrlo cclllni b.... John roh. down per lot. Call 10 ACRES .c'.., mod.I... bedroom. I1* 1HREE BEDROOM two bath CB REALTOR
frlirratar furnlthed If d..'.... O uibey.Phone. MU ....... 05th. Offic Por cltr or I, ,houi* I ISO down MU 1-1903
LINCOLN COli T Apartment, '31 AuauUa Phon. MO I-..,. WO 7-149S, Polk City LAKELANDHIGHLANDS 2 025. 013o .., 330 pm.AVE ONCE A LIFETIME Phone M3-II77 eio-USI

Lakeland II..... for colored, pe*> I Country living . HAyS HOUSE 14000 equity YOU lookld *t aela Pin. 3331 5. Pla A>..
pi*. Mnn Llnoala and Wet TIBMO Will tradt far ... Av.nu. TOrso kdrom lOboth.
Grove and any Item talued
1..3M"ODERN yiiramar Drive 140 Wontid Te Rent Miu. 140' x 160' development s t I1SOO. III-OJ47 or 1I".oJU.I'IIAMI b Paral.htd unlurnlih.d. OPPORTUNITYONLY

THREE room tlectrlc . in the beautiful 33.000 29% down HOUSE V.0W VA loan MU I.3913HREE

kitchen full bath irouod floor a Delui. and epacloui I bedroom SEED il.hd ATTRACTIVE or .nfurnl.bd: bom.for pro.fHiioaal fi or.. LAKELANDHIGHLANDS good terms on balance. Uadt for .....Ir and ar does two pay.on lots. T BEDROOM CB, sos kaUl PRICE REDUCED
balk
.... .. .. bolos available for kmirm SI
N nolsI .r. dowowwaAdultt mml home sod few 50500 d 'rl..o. PsorrOOok $400 DOWN
... .. adulta Par Ua rant. acrei
Seoul to .. .Ibl. adulti
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1 I.:.... Clark Rcaltr. ....4031. CECIL ROSENBLUM C.II .1206871 .rt.r 0 p m $83 PER MONTHNo 13000 BELOW APPRAISAL
TWO BEDROOM duplel I7KontB. A. I MORROW REALTORS, Only $2295 WANTED MODERN two balh 0. thIs Ilk* new maionry and
On. brdroBi duplti III Phone MU 1-3117 Realtor' h.m. in lIeb..... for 10'ino' EVEN ROOMS and kath 555mosOl. rick bom. Trim lane Dod.rooms. .
month outh.ld., Lethr Real- REAL ESTATE . Monttrty Mobile Horn wlut ... no tlo.n O..DI, 50 Other Closing Costs a btthi. built-in kitchen,
tar. 119-4341. IH-7II4 "CECIL 1831 So. Fla. MU 2.6036 I Sons Pay aiffirenca In Cask 155105 ,00ko ... qu.lI/rI.. N.. 20 .Jl' family room with fIrs.plor. .
CB THREE bedrcom two bath ROSENBLUM Phont Ill-44ft4 dcli loops. YU 1.10Je.HOUal . Bun IbIs Ill loo beautifully ., patio with built-in II.....
kept
IB Oalloway area. Children welm 142 Condominium Q All
CLAStlFIIO DISPLAY .. SS2-7I4I. Apt.. WANTED TO ...h.n.. nice three FOR .1. .r .111 tSds for 3 bedroom fully tiled bath, 31''i tun.. and. rnolsSbtuatfd
Realtor MONEY GROVE 000rOom houie In lood ,...Uon flousa traIler. U4a Lsotssp OtrusI,, Florida room with built-in tea.ire. .. 0" a too 00 linduaned treeUiaded
cm'HREE BEDROOM two bath. sb.Ir.ondilion.d. I otlsms II two bedroom In load 13-imne afur 4. ( .. wallpapered kitchen with I lot on a lobs Shown byppomtment
1831 So. Ha. MU 2 8036 I
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1100 lack btr with OWHIR Tele.hone
m.sW. Thre .. sod louvered .nutter..
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an* 'oe'
10 Loom. ANNA MARIA Two
naturad 711 Val.ncl *tordroom lour .nred MU 2-3340.
b bedroom one bath, air 06,4 and llehted backyard
311 Jaffa 331 Mar.h OP lit LAROI TORSO: bodwoorn, noui. with two tilt
a boll
Routh.lde.
Honed no Hear
month MTJ S-lian Palmori $50001skopplo .
WINDSOR ARMSAPARTMENTS Lots Sal.By Duncan O P. Prlr onlr IJ7I peracr homo In L..lond' .0UlhlO. .... .ath. OB atuacuva lot ..Ith
For
I TWO BEDROOM carpet wt"r .. Balanra I 10 ran No. 13 I 1100. Will trods lor h.m. or buildInl p5411 traa and fruit 1..... ott '5s..tsr. but at door.
HI heeler .h..... bill. KaUllrenMhool Owner Call Jim Pawtr wlUi T. H Tuck sIts la Proitpraof area. MU block from btarh and .onvi>nlrn. PHONE NEAR SEARS & WARDS
IIS. dlth A....... III3 ". Jr.. atollO. ell.7113, a"M.NIC. 1 0550500 8 Pool Offic*. Und.. MU 69408
96$ after 1. . 119.000 II....,.bIs terms la r*. 420 EASTWAY DRIVE ] Bedroom., I bolts, *.otro I hro'
TWO SkIllS, et D.srOl800. North .. TOOlS bedroom horn, twbaih I, ,00lIiIbl. partIes. 0..... I. to.n air unditlonir '_pl..* built.
CLEAN TWO bedroom hour. Cbndomlnlum readr ta accunrnar weit corner -tiki Avenue and' , Plorida room Payment ."emonllt. 10. Short lImo 10 .1 5SsO!II In ram oven dli>o..l. dIsh
USED TRUCKS clou IB ISO monthly' Moderconveniences. I Loc.t.O II 11'.a"* WilIdoor A'o Pint Rlreet Twtal thw boUt lou I. will trade equity 900 4 Writ O 0. s-30100m0010D01 pttvtrr. : J 1 wt\hfy rafflftrstoif wMMr ancfloori
Inquire III WtetPelmet Sou tin.w. toO la a ma...1. 140'1131' Total price 19 000. Ii A ttkefront (Jro... Pine > Ch.rr Es,., l8a-I.8. ..It..noon.ONI . Anna 'Maria, Florida, 0obOOs ; .; JlxiELAND; q Th5.I I SsleD"loWO 01110oe0
AND TRACTORS to. 0'" war of llvlni avalltblirou 10 Atoo tao lots Rodeood A,0U BR home oterlookini, Lake. I Ca I ACRB .- '''.JJI7., .*n be purehoed tsrto.
AIM CONDITIONED electrll, cell You own th* .... withoutmalnMianoa (Off ......ood Drivel Oood rest) ......, MobS* roam This It fir. fool hnm,l.k.front trad for 3.0005qu5t. BARGAIN .i. thin rPJ0mnl .eclI .
M WHITE WU Cab *ve. *... heal Juet palnud autalda andoomaleuly I headache. Bautl, .%., Ial. neiihborhood Each '.t ,1... proprrtr PrIced rliril with *, .momhom -r. ACRIFICE FIVE room .nd bath 4 I Bedroom. ..0..... dinini' .0OO.l5.lousbed .
Sin* 1'.'_. Mee y .. 0. lUll dcort4 air conditioned. 101140, Prlc* 11100 eecl ....II.nt ........ K.n SCIons Re.Her, nil3111 loor rif.t, atudlo ao.rUn.nl. J1780ulll homo to"t DOrcb, t.n..d lOrd
redecorated IneldeBuiltin Mossut
Iniraham IJI loss Wal.nu. .. 00 5 Isras lot sot .
14 la* ONiV Ups central haud built-in kitchen, Phono owner 10 A Or... with lbS Valtaclartp and dithwaeherTwa lock from
ana Dlnel.nd School I, inni ... ,
'II eN.VIlOLl" VI toss lob..odIU bedroomt sod Florida roam til* b.th., rlvWa for socoalfloor. 147100 06% down. roOm, dinini room, tiled DaIS: .II.D' term Owner.
u t Beautiful Ian. tool Bonny Dm You ar* miMin'* a real op.. ICU 5-2547 4C1 A Orantt .'0"* preiwrtr. Goodrtp 152 Rial stats Wantid tools BEDROOM: horn In Mul'rrr IWO bedrooms
::; .ONl.Y un.,;: .. b.' ctrport, line lot. ..... sod kitchen with
Phone MU I 0919 port mltr If rou hvn I trI t HI 000 it* dow". ''n mini .r.. in front ...uo.., famr MEL RUDY
IN'I."ION"L 208 0.... windtor Aim* Condominium Apti 10 A Nss'r produrtnt '''''. lrittloa 0.1. Low down gairmint. Call I l. room in rear, Joint tIthe
...._. I...,... .."".wl'" POR SALE or real two bod room .. Utl 000. II'S does. LIST YOURPROPERTY HII.714I .nd I.... bodroom ..,,11I b.tb. LMLA REALTOR
sod .Iw"'". a..... ,...01... 1 cotuie in the rear 112-1134 between no A Ortnit arart. Oood .crop FURNISHED TWO bedroom .... attached ...... i.nll utIlIty ruomDm105
MORTGAGE
.1.. I sod 7. Robinson PinesLoll net 1131.ooo. 2'" d...... WITH US nor lot sos block .chool II 600. b. .01 Well HIDIIOC' or BROKER
EicUi.lve lent 30 A Orance rooo it rial Sw 1100 tlo" 110 1527 E. Memorial Blvd.
a month III- c ell NU 1.70' for .po..t..tII .
4 Modrso.s, S b.l.I1. 11.00. IIM.IM9 All sIt, UllllUe. with 29* tI.... .
n. TN. WOW 55Th.P9875058L 4 401VKEE lOlsrSslid.CLASSIPI5D.
S rMn.d If 'llhort, en t BELL II. BURN dial 688-4107
GUS CADSYt I reom 'Doll Pined .....10. Lane to klOS' lob any time
.10. IIIO'NO porch HIS 00 its thade ..... 4 bleikl WOOl IT .DOWN H. L. Shortrl Pllmr BEDROOM ..* kith .
W" ""0 O..DI"TII"C'O. 1 Bedroom I ba"" eoreen.d DICK I Waoaih on Hlihland at Call r, Realtor LMLA, 304 a Teneatet SOlOS 5000. Is T..pl. Pooh. 150
> JOHN J. BRENNAN .
... MOWS Al porch IM 00t BARNES'I T R. Tu..... Jr. Realtor III7171 Avenue Phone MU 9 1173Neil J 0' lOIns room. 13120 tedar DISPLAY CLAIIIFieO DISPLAY
ads .is 508 5008. Cull ....ro.m. I halo kitchen & or stop br ill M. W... RIALTO" t* .. Tenn. .... Farklni polItIc' lamllr room with rai.ed
.IOU...Ian.. .u, 'or I "._n. equipped, SOS 00. 2011 S. raa. I A" Tucker Bulldlni 124 W. Main ... 508-4103 I LoUr h.arUi fireplace Central nr and
MEL MUD I I WO rer paneled, lirail. Phon
LMLA Realtor Mortiaie Broker "'8 00?. ..."1101 $sad 115015.. MU .II6J. ,.flir 4 sue..S d.,.. WE BUY
Many mortf 1917 E. Memorial Blvd '1 147 Income fropirty > ial. renlali .... Rudy Realtar. Aol ""' Ssturdsy sod .u.d.
40 Acre Oreve Horthweetrorner tAll E... .... SELL
dial 111-4107 any tune Cleveland Hellhta Pled Memorial. .10' SOUTHSIDB LOCATION, three .AMI TRADE

cheoi irons TWO BEDROOM unfuralihedhouw. I 143 Mobile Hems lit and Hallam Road Immediatedevelopment TWO DUPLlxce 'four apartta ROPKRTUS WAN11D Larieit. bedroom boa bath, pinil Florid :

QUILIIANINTERNATIONAL lane Florida room Near powibllltlei at tubtantiai .... ) kltoh.ni furniihad All Clot I In Coned for multiple' room oentral host and *lr o... G-O-O-II
school and but line. can be teen DULL ENJOT llvinf on youwa profit or hold 10.D.. conditioned ....U.n. riura *a welllnii. 110'.loo' minimum Ills dltionlni built-in kitohen, cor.lot. .
Monday and T._.,. 1147 MonticeUo lot la Lakewood Trailer Ewatet Mm and appreciationsauthiaie ......ua.,,. !hos. IIJCS2IETXMENT Also eitabluhtd rentale prefer 550 111900 1800 down.-orruthlni
or call 131 8 OI Tampa.Florida .. La,.. iota paved ......., I our.? more unite on iroundoor 1I..u par cloiini USED FURNITURE
it murt.Md and all atllltlei Reatrlcted Two 371 ft. South Plot IPECIALj Hew Coniict I.. P Now ll' Port roots, aiOl Youni Court ....
TRUCK & TRACTOR blocks I..' of Lake Ponhoris da Avenu front.ce Pavedtrrvt C. dopIest .....,d.. p50111111lursIshodi I tollIp.I oeorila I Submit detail. 7700
all MUMbO Place. Three bedroom ,Junal. Btrv Follow *ln*. B.dward . 3 aid*. Thl I* a realLaktland near .t...., .... SI I ...rice, location, it*. TEMPLE PARR four bedroom. 3
2)35 D... City H"y. ,. near boipltal 109 Call I ( Boll...,. J. R.altor .IH..r. city t*>... "3.1I 2S 5. bath all Formic kitchen, tw*
Jo Macalut Realtor 4I1-D74
PKons MU Z.4117 .nd Developer MTJ 1-1334 General H..p'toltI.hllelo. 10 PROHTAOI. Iwo bomos. landuitrlai 153 Houses for Sole C10 .am., brick, ie* ..n... 1320 WARNOCK FURNITUREAND
CLAIIIPltD DISPLAY t .. h0005 ReducedLeahy Jstls ...... coli 900.0775ONC
100 II on Lakeland Hill.Boulevard
Realtor 710 North Maw,.
ThREEEXTRA by II] ft Pavedmeet. 012.4341 NfARINO COMPLETION Tradl- BEDROOM coll*.,. nice lot ArFLIANCI IXCHANGI
1 eldee ....11...' ntlor lo.i.l IB IMIIB fe.turlni apat ih.de paved Itreel, 190 down
LARGE Medical Bulldlni. MoUl *r 6T5trx. CB loo i*. ft each .. din I... room paniltd. tarn- ISO ...onlb''.. wuil off CIsoDo. 102 I. Msmorlsl' II.l ... 'h.... MU 2-2222
TRAILER LOTS Prof.Mlonal BldlRuiby uldo. lood location will aarryinert Ill room with, llr.plac doublintrr I Road MU 11194CLAIIirilD .
CHEVROLET"Special *.... Owner Itl-IMi. doo I.,*.. double ..,..*

SEE Lane Lekeleno Mienlaada POUR FURNISHED tw* bedroomouiec I doll, Br**, Lakeland' moOt dirabl *. . ....DISPLAY: _
only lot Ml lor aal, JOOi Juit out *f city. All cloe .dd..... Ben 01..., buildr -
LOT #26, #27, #4on IS. "..allO.I t to..Utar Real ban.in tislitjUPLEX 111-403J
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DelVery"TRUCK I CORNER lot ....... SOUTHSIDE THREE bedroom OI
Reynolds Road just JOHN J. BRENNAN "venue end Ptrk lu.et. snown loon, I.. down ..,m.." Monthroient. -
i iRrsl051 by appointment oily. Phone I ;I I" 18901 maathlr In..Iullin. .
South of Crystal Lake Dr H3-34.lt '. 1100055...d laiurane. *. Call' Heavy Duty Truck Clearance
111-4101 ltr 4 30 SII-4033
SALE $149 .00 IUVI IEVERAL 00., .ood rill. ,
untl.1 loms prop.r 0150 I., SolD
., .n.lto _CLAIISDDI0PLAYSILL _
145 Buiiniii ) :
$150 Down $25 Month Property

Phone IESIDENTIAL COMMER 0151. YOUR CAR '56 WHITE WC22, sleeper cob. It runt. This truck

Pendarvis Truck Center 682.8118CLAI"l'laD minimal' lota II... all area Mtl TO US. Is worth a 'lot more, but for bolt, wo oro offer $420
Rudy Realtor. 1117 E. Memarullvd Set the "Business oppor.1 WI PAY TOP .IICIS FOR
1114107WE'RE ANY CLEAN USED CAIS. ing it this week for . . . . .

SPECIALS - - -- DISPLAY CLASSIFIOD_DISPLAY tunities" ads In ROSS LAKELAND____
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paper for the belt buys. MOTORS INC.

I I I 1500 W. Motoriol 82nd.P15. WE HAVE 27 OTHER GASOLINE TRACTORS
5S GMC Vi ten pickup. I 7700
145 MU 25111 THAT RANGE IN PRICE TO . .
Will run little rough ... ............. CLAIIIFKD, DISPLAY

62 CHEROUT Vi ten pickup. 745

Looks good fair cendltien ........ .. '
Diesel and looks This ,Is
t30 56 GMC runt good good.

'12 CHEVROLET Cab and Cheiilf. $345 also to show how low our prices can be on $6 0 0

Runt J id. A-1 rubber ..... . dieted F.

'52 INTERNATIONAL 10 wheeler with 20 ft. bedy.

New engine, S Mid1. WE HAVE 14 DIESEL TRACTORS TO . $1250

good rubber ... .. .

'58 CHEVROLET 10 wheeler with 20 ft. bedy.

New engine, $1345 OUT TO SELL


good rubber .... .......-..-...... If You Don't Like Our Price -

57 CHEVROLET Trecter. $1395 30 NEW PONTIACSThis


F.lly equipped .,.. ....."..-....... MAKE AN OFFER

'58 FORD C800 tractor.
$2295
Read ready month Pick your selection of a new

Fully equipped. But be careful buy truck.
a
.2 FORD heavy duty F-600 tractor $2995 Tempest, Catalina, Star Chief, Bonneville you may


tiki new. Read rea'yNEW or Grand Prix


(N* Rs..sbl.. Offer tifund)
CHEVROLET Meet Eddie Moseky"Plonning WATERMELON TRUCKS? WE HAVE THEM !



j Now you con write your own ticket on on trading your prel.nt car on aNew Bargain' prices for a limited time only. Coma in early and pick yours


$1595CALL America's 3rd place seller In 63 and a Chevrolet or a later model used car?? out.


I, ran .'.. Iddi MaUI.., ooold I,.. .. ...1.. pOll
margin even mora 'in 64 PONTIAC. I.. ..,...,,. 5155 500 10 ...,00000"4 pour Sodoot sod
prols.000 So.,00r 00 SIlo boo ",btO 8.01 OaO,05Ch.ovol.6 .
Sr 030 .o.d$ clod 000 r: 50.0-ir 005 nI Soon.
Odd.. all ..,. I S5055...,..... s.d .....1...... .....b'od TRUCK
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Chart! Wfcififeyer, Mn' hllllllOll :::..::: In 98181 5asas..tafMb,1I 50 lulfII pooP p.r5.sola.


ATPendarvis ffi KERLEY PONTIACV Wa flaw .u'll cm .oO I* sod sos for 14,* or .Han* Tjjjo '
him !.. ..n..1 I. bs a.lxt' '.''* Call fr I iTOWN
W Doom .*_....t.n r.. TOOY-*.*.till.


Chevrolet OPEN TILL 8 P.M. EDDIE MOSELEY

(DIVISION OF UKIUNO FORD

Ph. 686.5165 Highway 92 & Rosa St. Phone 682-5125 PENDARVIS CHEVROLET 1430 W. Memorial Blvd. MU <62159RENTALS <

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10-D LAKELAND LEDC -. Sunda)', -AprIl 12. IIM-" REAl ESTATE REAL ESTATE REAl ESTATE REAl ESTATE 1 REAl ESTATE REAl ESTATE 1* REAL ESTATE


t REAl ESTATE REAL ESTATE 153 Houitt For Sale! 153 Menus For 5.1.SOUJUGATE !.- 153 Houses Fr Salt 153 H..... For Sale 153 Housti Far Sale 153 Houtts For SaleEXECUTIVE 153 Houses For Salo

" 153 Houitt For Salt 153Htultl For Salt

' ,,., HOMES BY JUST COMPLETED A BEST BUY I COULD BE YOURS


I> $61.85 1 PER MONTH 4 BRCK! HOMESThese OrfN I 1 Bedroom 2 Bath FHA MANAGER 3 and btdroomi aIr I bath cialllowal. ttrptutail hut, 3 bedroom l<4 "at.... tJinlni FOR AND A.10 SMALL per month 536mM. 3&07 PAYMENT W....

SELECT 3102 Carlton Circle dtMblt ttrport. room Florida room. etalral heat. KO-IOII t bedroom .0U....
BRICK
Thre* bedroom CB hunt at iota $13.900Price $100 DOWN and air On beautiful Lake Arlna oiler tot thlt 3 bedroom .
fair
"- Weit Canal in Rawli Pirk Pirment Hornet ready for IMMEDIATE hull. lot, iprUiklir iritem, For t .
are 1330 leal llflnf ...,. Centralheal $18,000 home at loll DorothyRM4M
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\ Include tax.i, iniurtnmprlnrlD.l OCCUPANCY. BOGER TERRACESouth reduced below anpralial fee Mini erioiet hamn I In in | "- sod ate 1 tonditlonlnt Twotll. (40000. 100 lot. Brkk.WR. .
and Internt 1250 dowpiiment. 11005 Complete! rttfMoritedmhlr ,. .2 BOO down. or .11\\ eonilder
.Uameditte ult ol IbM tint CB btuti Tb? lane aedroomeLartt ,
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Features include 3 & 4 BRo ( Off Young Place) name-.Built-m rantt CarpettknwnMl "\ Btrmenu U low .ti tua kluhen'. "beiutllul ctfeUneti IICond ..ort..... lao-POOL JUNIOR EXECUTIVE WILLIAMS
Rio e' ior olflet or till "Bill"
PHONI: 113.1111 2 Baths, Florida and Dining patio Lonlr irtrd Paneled Florid room .
I Out at uwn owner will bo IB nor R.TUCKERJr Priced low. Good ttninolniuv 2115 John Arthur Way iwlm-
bitlu
Rooms. As low . ... 3 bedroom a tilt tMlA
as $450downFHA DeLuxe Brick and Block itto* Tu.td April 14 M make wearDearttowa n.w KIALTOR -
and NO DOWN Multi-Bath Homes. Kids a deal IU 110*.H. REALTOR ootosOPEN Sylvester Shores mint pool. Iicellent: ihidt Mrmt RO- 1131 a 1511231CLAIPISD. Florida Aft

I Acre of PAYMENT VA. LMLA. 311 N. Mass An. LtitlandMU
walk to Southwest Schools JOHN J. BRENNAN ".1173FHA 1081.PRICED

SHADY OAKS MANORJust .. Ant Proper Minaier HERE IS YOUR 9J90oom.Otto DISPLAYCan't
Secluded Woods Realtor LMLA .1.4103A VA Ant "onort Man...,
"DREAM HOUSE"Peaeticaile .
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MEL RUDY Mia i Home It Hli Cwtla ; 2 mailer
!. the letting cod th ipecltl I t.- North of City Some both, .a,.. Florida room
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lure of Ihli reirllni Immtruli. sites have large CITRUS LMLA REALTOR EPGEWATER; BEACH bitli tentrillr elm.netted 1 bedroom.* air eon 2 .with....irnplact lane lot.air RN.conditioner..*. Ca
3 bedroom homo In the BEACON
countr" 529V..
TREES others have dltloned. Pmneled Florid room
Owner.botidra pl.nn.d penrare OAKS & MORTGAGE BROKER NEAR SOUTHGATE Luxury three bedroom, with illtlni door to pttlo Coirllvtnf Sell?
pontoon Id cocoon d tOboOms. PINES Site NORTHEASTrurnlihtd
with brick fireniace.loper
room
and thouihUul piccolos re. from 3 BR 2 BATHS I OrfN multl and formal dlnlni kit.,...
fleet Utli. IS minutei from tow range H acre to 4 1527 E. Memorial Blvd -bath, dining Flor- room horlda
but too feel Hi beyond elelllii acres in size Prices $21,000 n will toulpped with 01 rtnteaten I bedroom Trade It!!
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dial 6S6-4107 any time i ida rooms kitchen equip- a dlnhwiehtr Upo.il room carport tltrue Law nnoolhl -
lion In aunt prlvtri with sit
average $1,500 with LOW mkrMt bar Double cirport l ..'...0..... RO-U11
the modern cotnloru of Moon i Central Real and Air Condition ped.! See 1407 Edgewater and nlctlf landicaiMd ,ird Drive
treet Hunt $ia 800 sod will dll. down payments. RI'm POll around comfort. CI... Three bedroom brick ind br 1131 Eaium Dr. Vacant and The modtrn wty Is in.ch.ugleg. .
toss farms to inmmir ichool and Junior I Beach Drive, RO-1187, TO- mar bt ittn anirumi b> dlllni& H. L. (Shorty) PalmerRealtor lotfifitd .
Many
hi" Tnu like new. iptcloui multi-bath homes opposite MU 1.31119.
I FURNISHEDNice ..mo hai a wparato dlnlniom DAY LMLA
tilt
You won't
can
outgrow LOOK ME OVER Term Ave CMiremtra
br kitchen tare ivies Winston grade school off TED TOWSON 904 e.
2 BR. CB home like rooln with a picture window i you dew, we olvtd Chair
This tmpreeujvr| but eompirt t. 713 SAOAMOlU-H..HIT ..r time with rltra line. utility West Memorial Blvd. Low lI.allor Jot T. MOIw.11a.loom.n
room homo Couples and fimln new and fully furnished for ONK OP OCR Nicirr TRKKC and workshop ..... OhIt pea, MU .II" 211 5. 191. Aei nil tirwt probltmi.Let .
.. hathe .. boon happy here with only $9,000 only 2 blks BEDROOM HOMO IN TOP LOCATION It muonrr eonntructlon and ,down payment. FHA. MEL RUDYLMLA Ph. MU 1-Sill us h.., from you,
Inrm.ltt> of the lioini and Micro AT lOOT IK- hn .beautiful tat tloori Call to MW S2T31
dlnlni room and the ra.uol blFimlty outside city near North ide 00000 MO RO-1107 Ma. Ph. wo may htvt |I.uit what
room 3 upillln .bed Elementary School RO-' REALTOR "FUN LIVING" to .. Tenn Avenue Pk Lot Htrd .
.. < (Nest went. wr
9 i bitho Perleciln beau 1631 PINFUBRHY-RO-mt WORK ON THE MEL RUDYLMLA I you
lOut I amean d urdeni The price 1136 UNUSUALLY hOUR TWO BFDKOOM MORTGAGE BROKER tern, of our oHtrinjn
his had a crew cut KU-681-O FLORIDA ROOM BEAU.unit. NORTH SIDE?
YARD DIAD-CND REALTOR ThU little houa tt lit aaitmorein 10 ocro frovo for nlc.
I SHOPPING ,' ,IET-JUST 11450000. Hero U a d.nd i bedroom home 1327 E. Memorial Blvd. bt ...1 "fun ll'lni for non '
Stately! 2-Story 011 a 100 1110' lot Hall pricedt MORTGAGE BROKER 1l't a bedroomi and den nice riomt.Dtluio.
BOO VALINC'IA--IfL.lno Juit 1106001 2 tltllltr treat dial 686-4107 any time lichen[ bit mint room. meloeed ... lako.
is homo 5 ,
very convenient to this PHONt'
"beautiful >ard with plenr -
... lame A
and I. cirport. Beltar look JUST T
Brlrk home With alt of tea thor LAROI TWO BEDROOM FLOR. a 1527 E. Memorial Blvd.
ouihlr tridlllonil eilurei. that nice 3 BR home with 2 I IDA ROOM ,,FAR HOSPITAL .I IIO-10IT t ol ehtde U t a 11 II. lot. 05,05. trtd't for imollor h_..
irt low. but It It bull an the
would eiiravnanl t to repro baths, Florida Room, Din- AND CLINIC YOUR TERMSEITHI.R dial 686-4107 any time nil. The bar alrrondltioner and Dtluio duploi for ff
door but rome .. a toit-lree. :ng Room Double garage rXIRA LOTEVENINOII WITH OR WITHOUT CLOSE IN AT BEST BUYS IN HOMES HI oik I.... will soaks 110-1191 call brings quick results Small bedroom
bonus in this older home Miililrwair > too
luo Uvlni home lor
ORANGE a >ou
.... ..'nnr. h.1I .lIh .,...ft' and SHADE OAKS 1241 821 E.
'-fireplace In-'both"the CALL BRACKNEY when you use Classified to II horn* for lorttr horn.
.
ALI PRJCED'I II 70011 A bar. 3731 FAIRMOCNT Bpleloui
format llvlni room and the rich. Edgewater Drive is near NU .4989 ....n'l! Juil H block from the I modem. home in ant .1 the beet '
]I' paneled den: modern kitchenronnected new Wards and Sears Shop- huffleboird court An attnct A QUALITY HOME ocitlom. Hw llvlni room 3 bed11 DICK BARNESREALTOR bring your home Improvement
with the lane dlnlni .. home eoneUUnt of llvlni . .. 3>* baths beautiful Ode Ken HarrisExchangerRealtor
With ettrectlre red brick readymade
$24500 with .n.Irn. to a
b butler 4 bed ping terms meisage
room > a pinirr ,
.
ROY SlIllf room kitchen 3 bedroom abA .. frontlni New Jerien 21' Florida Room and eat nice
on
roomi 3' btthi full b..m.nlwllh liwed In rear porch Oh. '... I Boat Hn on. or the prottlMtIt lichen with dlehwuher. washer Soil a. Fit III-7101 list Dial 1
pltrroom centnl I hett EL prospect
11741 RN.708.FOR .iroened In front porch alea Lot room wt h aaae to.. Double;, md drier. AUo, line bretkfait IUD hems htadtuarttriOPEN I
I. 200 feet deep for sir denies iroort Price in 50050. mort- room adjacent to the kitchen with MU 6-1151 hOW.CLASStPID .
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1905
RENT REALTOR LMLA3J1 or building rental unlU Call to .tie appro. 115000000, monthi prtttr bullt-lni. All ol the .bed.rooms *
A. S. MORROW FLORIDA AVI: niptct RO-1041 piirmenti ol 19100 Include: hive. lane cloteU andman I Ph. 6I6-W1
3 BRa Furnished 1100.00 PHONE MU -314J la.... BO-IM*. built-in etoriit fratornoThu
Realtor LMLA It Idetl homo foe th.fllnll7 .
CHOICE BUSINESS tn II
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901 a. Tenneuet month, also a 3 BR unfurnished with children Yen reaoniblir HOUSE OIPLAV
RED BRICK
Call MU 30117 or MU 3-I'M $65.00 month Both LOCATION priced We will bt SlId
Only $100 Down! NEAR SOUTHGATE 3 BEDROOM to allow cnn RO-11IO 219 Azalea Street
oca ted on 131 BONHIE DRIVE-apaclout 3
SWIMMING POOL IICRI&NED: outhside three bedroom, Sill Soulh Florida Are Line erner lot no our tint, ranenient .. bedroom. J'. halO home In e.. 3 bedrooms and bath $9,900
Air conditioltora bull\-In T.V, ruKElLYREALTOR to ichoot and bui Price .llent Camphor Helihli toet-
no city tax kids walk to with
well built house could bt convert.ed good terms.
cov.r.d patio ron.. r.lrl.'or.a..hor SCOTT 1200000 II 029 00 down $7(00''lion. 1.ontroaaona hip priced atontO
tirpttmi and dripei all bot h Southwest schools for oflieo.,. buiineu or homo per month Include .a... Rons IJO.000. Oood llntnelnt UN- Open from 2 to S today
A real bar.aIat
and boat .01 .. .
a 0 with inn 3 bedroom liml! AUo .oral PItA home.inait.hie. : 183.
room loulhnlde home Owniitftrred LMLA Only $9,7001 V.ACountry 'JO 0001 LacY termi arranied George Stewart
Mike offer P0.1000MEl. CO-1731
RUDY 213 So. TennesseeMU HOME & INCOME H. W. STOCKARDRealtor
I.M.A OPALTORMORT000P Home! LUXUIIOUS WATEIPIONT ArTS.I .
BROKER 25193 Modern block home on KEN HARRIS Clo.. In on N, Him York An. A. F. PICKARDREALTORLMLA C I ...._ I, I 4, 2 5db.EXCOtiSIVI .
IIU7 I Memorial Hlvd Lawhon MU 14 loom 2 bath pirtlr lurnliliedn
Jimmy 6-6575
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dial' end 4107 inn lime I nearly acre south of city Realtor ohtnior LMLA 'line oak ihaded corner lot Awocltttl. FIATUSESCOMPLETI
Paul St. Clair MU 8-3898 ,)nly $9000 with excellent 1905 S 6I9-3191 Florida Aft Price. 19 000. 1800 00 down. ITS Fred Webber. 300 S. Florida Ave. "CI""nON clp4TnCON.DO.MiP4.IUU
CLASSIFICD DIIPLAV Jim Blackwood MU 2-6716 per month. 10.2109.FURNISHED. Jim Follard Jr.
Phone MU 6-2193
I terms! ,RO.1l13 Bob WllllimllAuburndalo t
$9500 WO '..6..01O. ) bled aol TIHo 'oIIey T. ...., Am.s*
Floyd Zlnunermtnn Jr
'IIIPre MEL RUDYLMLA outhildt In Dliieland it._( 111 I. Florida Ave MU 1-3133 10/001 SMSO AND $OS FIR /0010.
room tram b"unulow ItO dou. Branch Office Modal dee. k5dth0e '- b, MATInS of ......
un LEDGERCLASSIFIED REALTOR ONt POINI nail bl. lirui on corntr lot PI.. ... 131 I: Oleindar MV 6-0113 SALE BY OWNERTwo Suns .to10. ... ...... I. .. ....I t4
lor Iniptcllon RM-101
MORTGAGE BROKER bedroom CB with at- _ 5000 W. SAcS PAStES DII. _ _
ADS 1527 E. Memorial Blvd. $4250.00 tached garage. .- Tom N. oil .Mnedsi .....,u... .w

Owned dial 686-4107 any timeAUCTION we'd like to hammer home Ii Iho total price of Ohio S room. OPEN HOUSELAKE Cleveland Heights. d-LAa kent 0001101_ -
partly lurnlihed homo with .. New well
CLAISIPIID' DISPLAY CLASSIPICO Is the result.action you get taoS on hlih lot cole Wnt Memonal roof landscaped -_ 5.0. A.- b.mm 5db.i .
OIPLAY I .
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1 Automobiles with an Inexpensive classified blliatlon KM-379 I MU 6.2037CLASSiFIED
;;; Weenetmot Ced.mieime Aps.Ome.0D.n.4O.nneIb
I 5886 Jacaranda Ave. Arn
REAL .ad. Dial MU 6-1151 O a. KUHN 5.0409 Z. Mono nod A.a.oinens.
REAL 5745 Driftwood Dr. DISPLAY
ESTATE now to bring In new business DON W. PAYNE

S I ESTATE 30111I I.: Main II. Ph Mil 2-1483 Two beautiful mi. .onrr homee.
I' With Rosilor LMLA three bedroomt two bathi on. II I
n imiv . /\..PI with bliepisca and dnuhts ear. .
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Milts of Smiles -- .a., WI mo. '0"
lilt In Thtml I' o umi I I IVIIJILL I CLAallDiPL'- ---- \- -- I CL.AII'I"ID- -- DISPLAY--- --- illeiman to ill p m.on FHA....ml.terms.. from tvillibltOo two.1 GO FIRST CLASS! RIDE AIR CONDIJIONM, !

cut Likilind Hllli Blvd tojderpaie
A "Mile of SmiUt"il I In"'rololo Pour 10 throu.h .n.
thai ctrtfrtt, 3211 GANDY BLVD., TAMPA, FLA. I tontlnue tut socrura
I Loop Road to Douthtrr Rd, turn
I troubll fret ", iI.. Today Open Today I.IL0 Driftwood or Jacaranda I ,
I you drivti I In tnt .f 1 Open __
13th 1
our top condition Monday Apr. 1 P.M.

're..w..... vail c.... 2to5 2to5 Fusselle & Sons
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It toilortd t. your .Indivldutl 15 % Down Day of Sale Inc.
....... ttf 434 Carlton St. 607 Hillside
) *.l ,PV'. '., M.tort.iki .' Balance At .6 % .."Exce"ent'l Cing .'. Ill e. Florida Ave CARl
: I y "I .a.. (olf Po""*> (.Clavalan,oht *.. H.t.Woo..... *1ittaa Mutual 1-1131 I FOR YOUR PRESENT
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ky and eat thil ant M III... Ooaae.iv.0I
'63 RAMBLER ,e ,"t.toftd.n.... lOd. ... the. 4 _...... a .th.
f Client 4-Doae tedan.. <-> 0:n,5400e.J "= .It b ., :::.....:. :':;.h.bOO..:..f noa HOW OH SALE! HEW LOW COST!

The acanamieal w tn .Undartf emMlmaer :r::..., M'J..J W: ,:.':;: ::'h' mo.::=;, : I :=::;
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tranumeean. two Mlf c.... II bO th. ..u.
il new anf wo know NO
<< .thotthiasth..aOn..... I Blat IJUIl ACINCrCof.

I' $1695 HOWARD GILLETTE Special At $195 M.d.1 JC.1

.h, .. Martin Higgenbotham ONE t Plut Init.llatitMi

., 57 FORD&S SAH-IUY REPRESENTATIVE AND AUCTIONEER REALTOR-LMLA
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"t :..,.....and. R.R. #2, Box 1980, Lakeland, Fla. 110 W. Walnut at S. Florida PLAYS

l""". Phone 682-2545 Phone MU 2.4179
$595 I
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"' that musical inimimwntny Claude Jenkins
\ '58 CHEVROLET ,
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M .tan....Wattn........n.Au'.t....,. an t I MU e-USl to start the'' Lincoln-Mercury
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k $695 inexpensive CUnltied Ad I

that brings you eaib I
56 CHEVROLET.rinrnoVc buyer fast.CLASSIPED. 941 E. Main St. Lakeland MU 2.6151

'.D... "all" _.... .

4 .. ?.:;..' ) DlaPLAV

$395 ....
4 Jl -J J :II: L..LJl* :=siu
'62 RAMBLER j

Amancan 4.Or. Auto. 1
matit. Heatr. Lacal
I' ant awnar. Law milt.

'- $1295 I H 1964 DODGE


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I.- SPECIAL i Tha \ i I /'

58 ; "The Greatest Value Packed 'ii'k4 : .

Air Conditioned
b 1.Doar J I Factory

$895 Dafio I ,, Sale In Russell's History" ,

Be Sure To Ride Drive One Of These Real Values ,

'57 CHEVROLET I I TODAY11! AI 4 DOOR SEDAN

,. .... '61 CHEVROLET
'.IA.t. tutamat- t NlrftoaV retfio.rieattr I Impala 2'Door Hardtop. Loaded. Factory Irish $2395 '
l>tra alaan" F 'n '60 CHEVROLET Corvalr 4
-Door. stick $S9S .
Straight
factory tqulppod
$895 I 230 H.P. V-8 ENGINE (uses REGULAR gosolint)
4 S, I 60 COMET Door Sodan. Stick Block beauty $995 3 Speed Automatic TranimiMiow

'62 VOLKSWAGEN '60 OLDSMOBILE 4-Door Sidan. All the goodin. Air conditioned $1495 Power Steering

... Knann. ONLY Ohm,. toOraS1,00. .... , L.'a '61 FALCON Wagon. One owner Sharp. Full/ equIpped .. .. ...$995 ... .' Super Foam Front Seat I Window Sticltf Price I

$1795 : I '61 FORD 2'Door. Air cond. radio, heater and auto, trans..... ...$1195 I Safety Padded Dash $342205
Washers
Windshield
'1 4 '60 THUNDERBIRD .... L.1' '58 MG Roadittr. Sport car. Special $895 -.. Variable speed ELECTRIC wipers EHTIARRII

..lid wnita. alua vinyl I I Tinted Gloss Windshield Only
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Inter. full ,
er aowoe and 48 HOUR SPECIAL I
ale ttndit'en.t. V : Anti-Freexa

$1795 i 4 PLYMOUTH Ntw. Hive t.lltt, ftclorytquipptd $187740] I I White Sidewall Tires I111itiflu11TfiiI1T1ALL ]

... Pushbutton Transistor Radio
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other fine features such
Okto llndtngrtn many as -

...q Wilt Quick .s r TRANSPORTATION SPECIALS Torsion Air Construction Ride gf ajge gggHUB.iiVaBaHBaBpjaflaH



__ PaulNaylor ;jc from $99 T* I I Self Safety Unibody Adjusting Rim Wheels Brakes STRAIGHT SALE PRICE

C 57 PLYMOUTH 4 Door Sedan. Fully taatpptd. 'a4 I Safety Door Lockala"'ry.Saving

/ 57 DODGE Door.. This car hot a lot of good milts loft. I ALTERNATOR 2918

I I.. '56 DESOTO. Runs good, looks good. Priced U soil. '4I I I 32,000 Mile Lubrication
4,000 Miles Between Oil Changes
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I i. 55 CHEVROLET Station Wagon. Radio and htattr. Nict car, nttdi a

Motors $ largt family or a good ftthtrmon. '

I '49 MERCURY Door.. Bring wife sad drive this .
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REAL ESTATE REAl ESTATE '* REAL ESTATE REAL ESTATE REAL ESTATE LAKELAND_ LEDGER SumUy, April 12, lilt 11-D I. DISPLAY CLASSirtKD DISPLAY

REAL ESTATE REAL ESTATE
153 Horn For Sale 153 Houses For Sol 153 Houses Far Sale 153 Messes Far Sale 153 Homes Far Safe

153 Houses for Sale 153 Houses For Sale

622 CLEARWATERBELLEAIR LAKE FRONT LOCATION PLUS MARS orrcn. BurifiDa br IOU8B AND two lota two ear
ownor.
SAGAMORE REAL COUNTRY HOME 3811 Cation Tar,.... ConUnao.ran .. TV* bedroom CB borne. I....'..r.... 1"_ Honeotraller, M.a '.
ATTRACTIVE VACATION 3 bedroom. 1*! bath hone 10'.Wllllr {M). roe" lafainatlaa, call
oorner
Largo Lot Extras Loll .. Llflci Area laree Florida ....... BuacteM ... 006.3450.
Surrounded br loada of treee roomo __ a
a roemi J kedrooma Fla, room.1 SPACIOUS SPANISH and ahrub.....'. a kodroomapaclotta COTTAGE on beautiful Room and Patio. Counter top with ...IW, ..... kitchen I.nd'i w ,
,. .. ai
.lore, trtrtt..areet.. 41'...., nreond dlnlnt room and living LAKE AGNES. Furnished. ran aid Wall. .. OWNERraA"II.JIUUD. built-in rania Nlro LAVING TOWN. Bull aall Mutwo >
HOME-Located In BCLLE- ; KOUM ready toroocunaner .,...
Near eeulhaau room, modern bath S air oondllomra. room and dlnlnt Lars bedroom home food Utah.
St.m. and )r. $Ish, bill '.Dln"1 AIR ESTATES Finest h PLUS a bam S wrlli Urge boat house with electric KL-1MS fay room. Terma. 1(04 Marrow ....b_. 1400 ....a. SILL KU
Hltn. residential startle houw. .n six ACRES hoist, concrete launchIng Reduced to ,I.20.500UPTODATE Drive. 8.3.5144. I J-1131 _
area on Flor .
010110a.PHONE that tefioed
and fenced
I ida's West Coast! Authentic AND bat a ereea: flowing OTOM ...... ramp deep well. Lot CLASSIFIED I _DISPLAY I CLAalrtID DISPLAY. _I 'y
the ....It. A ."'aI at lit.000 size llO'xIOO'. RN-963. ..
John 3 BEDROOM: S Pull bath Home
King 68W877 design 13
.
: rooms In- Good ..... available. on a o.iurl .It.... poisoned poroh
Office 682-8147 cluding bedrooms maid's Ree mood .... wall land-
CaU C. FOSTER MU 2-0324 >m >
........ .
quarters, banquet-sized dining J JUST $1500 DOWN AO-1013.Call lop IU.aonolntment_ Ooodtoima. taoe AVAILABLE

HAUGER REALTY room plus balconies, CHESTER MCDONALD for -
porches and patios. 5500 2 Bedroom Home Plus
II Kealtor* .. Oranao- LMLA SL ft. of living area. 100x125 sq I Income Palter LOOSAArend. HIGHLAND HILLSBXTIU IMMEDIATE OCCUPANCY

"'IO' ., Ut SUB of the Owl" foot lot with all city utili exultant location homo and _I 9ldd. 050317 :-3 Bedroom IIIesPUKIftSRJD, ca Homo. Mko fur.nlihlcn :.
rratal unite _.1.-1, luitxUhad. for Inspection
ties. Priced at $34,500.00.: Close to aohoola. bua and- '' ,and Lane Drier Screened Inaludad.PvrrhWuher CUtllOt. Open
For details or appointment "heptlnel' Out of. atat owner 125 FT. LAKE FRONT Onlr 10.300.
INCOME AND will hold tho ........... Call to TODAY
call
W. D. Neale at Clears at* lO-int.
Letup hama M Lake Rollawarnahlat NEAR HOSPITAL
HOMESix water 446-M7S or evenings and swimming at poor 3 _.. CB bom ta excellent
lit tak
trail
1 5
to a
442-6738. LEONARD RABIN back door. lean fealvroe bodroonu. oondltlon, double estpet.. Reduced
S boils S A/C. eeUedheat. to *.000 .. Terma. IL-1117-H.
room home-3 bedroom MAtTOft LUtA Pla. room, aoreened pats Kathleen Road and Bella VistaSpcslexri

-f>lus 3 room garage apart- BELLEAIR REALTY, HUB Call.. &Urn 82..101DUPLEX Street Lake beautiful Hollowar car.ea.1.l and... RO-ll'l'l.drapoe. tn ANOTHER Throe IWroom' -I .. 1 WtH-Cl HI.
ment and 3 room cottage. INC. WITH SWIMMING POOL 1 Over 1.100 ia). ft. llvliif ere Plus carport tnt
Bedrooma, aeparato tflnini room.
dote in SE section. IN. 1200 Indian Rocks Road MUST SELL oa ntra La... U>t Call to see Ye, a sound real estate invert relent Pequawe

2130. Belleair Owner left tew.. Mako an offer 1 tLo 11 II-H. TOW DOWN PAYMENT the sp caliswdi! . ofo fleece e .

NenlF decorated bedroom homo POrtia Hlrk' the Realtor, the) lawyer, and the toncUr.
R. M MARLER $12,500 on Ia... ehaded lot HM lonao sunder end avenanlt .u 1-1110
.
Carl itlap glut ......,.. 4S'rflnanrlni .t'
Cr SONL.M "FUN LIVING"IRAND "aouthmdv.... rooms coq and bath to raoh enoppinaehoola unit.,1001 Ilia W. loin 8t RH. BEERMAN REALTY Monthly Payments $5950Start locating and negotiating for a real .tote property

L.A.-RtALTORJI and churrhaa La... lot 225 a. na. Ave MU O141 AtLAKELAND'S requires tt>*> Realtors wxperlvnc end Jodgmowt.
1401 .. Mala at 112"01 NIWI IMIthUul "fun Uvna well another I..d.dllo'..."....RXII47 Room to build J. C. BYRD : liST' HOMI IUY j The (lenders financial capability makes live trono.oction .

with overrthlnf brand new Realtor I "LAKEUND'S I US 11ST BUILDER" possible Determining lh. safety .| rh* lMa.
it
43a Carlbra
DOW moet everfhlni -
....u..td.. ;a beg bodroomaa HOME & 2 ACRES ate. Para esi03'lAuoolatoa require the lowyvVs ipvcionzexl; h wfedg..
: Dew hie battle sew HTUX room

OPEN HOUSE! maw mew doubla kltoliaa otrpor now famllr mew Baiahborhood room.> CB coaitmotlon. a too...., 3 or I J mterback .. IU-7UO: I JOE P. BRIDGES See a lawyer for l legal advice and
sew olahbora, mew 4 bedrooma 3 batha. Crntral heat J. C. Formenter .. 983-1044 CUT VACANCY
2:00-5:00: PM SundayRotlromont ran). naw rant and eve, nawmorttai and air. oarpoted. I car aaraaaworkihop Member LklLA services In all Real Estate Transaction
,
homo al 1001 Clean P.711lon110 elty ,...... You aaaorarrthln lathe RN-177 I I TIME. 1128 South Florida Ava. Lawyers Title Guaranty Fund
flew Ata S __. new for "lun livlniM DAYS PHONE 682-2885 a' w
lied .
Fla room*. .ar... aO'iKOlot bath. BUliaa. Wa hara tho h,. $3,500Here's >tMYraw"'-"'lse.....use m A.-a erslef IIrIcI M,00_
Asking aiasoo, rurnlthad How about a look JOHNJ.BRENNAN NIGHTS and WEEKENDS m sea a-es 5 to w er on .10AIm/a---
Hardwood
s
floora. A Real Bargain! Classified Ads. 683-4439 686.2205 686-1361 Pew1*.".--rut
rent with
Realtor UCLA SsS-4101 Clean as a pin and cute asa
Also DICK BARNES A Want Homo la HU Castle button this completelyand Room, apartment, house
furnished - -- -- --- -- - ------
attractively --
REALTOH store . Want Ads bring
936 CLEARVIEW AVE. Soil a na. Su-. +103 cottage !Is ideal for the
fun llrlnt headauarteraHOUSE HOME IN THE COUNTRY small family. Handy to you tenants fast Dial MU {

paneled 1.1'... 1 Pla.bedroom room.tiled hardwood bath 2 ACRES stores, bus, church it's a <1151. WEEKDAYS 9 to 9 SATURDAY 9 to 6
floore. aeparaU dlnlnt room. ear steal for the money I Clark I
port* allllu. ehade. 001140 lot Over I.000 M.. ft of living area Realty 833 North MlSsa-
Aikln ill.too. Call Earl Tran- in thla aparloui three bedroomtwo
sue MU 11-111" with T It Tuck bath eomont block hone with chusetts. 686.4031.CLASSIrtD !
ar. ir* Realtor MV t-T17I. ....Nice tool atied Bran baa solio. DISPLAY_ _____c LAsslretD. DISPLAY_
Jack rtroolare. Von ad'ha
.. to ... It. a 1.600. will eons'
.ilder ...41. for smeller plate In MERCURY STOCK

4 BR., FLA. ROOM ben 1001066.HOWARD.

$11,000. TOO SMALL? REALTOR-LMLA GILLETTE Corvair11.1.1


The Urie so'iia' Florida room 110 W. Walnut at S. Fla.! I
la complete with AM and PM radio 11
) and Intercom ayetem to other Too big Make the first MU 2.4179OWNER REDUCTION SALE !
part of via honea Roomy
kitchen and utility room Quiet move toward the home
nelabborhood ett% mortcueRO1143. .
41S OPPIII Lane. of your dreams by checking SALE!

"Homes Fo* Sale" In Small down payment /
3 OAK SHADED LOTS
Classified today. on Parker Road In Medulla, a
. throa ..bedroom fib bath CB home
naka
a beautiful aalUni for. nth rarport and tiUUUr an a
Mla emlom built brick HomoCam lira lot aDpreiuaatelf SOllOO
bo ;a or 4 bedroom with ..
ippralul ooo $00 a month
two piUu, orereiao titles room garment. Call Carl Tranaue, MU
and laraa kltdien Two doubleCB 1-7M ar MU 0.7173.CLAbSIPID .
1>. puriXiawd taruea Hauaa.....and....17.on.Prontaceon lot tan Largest Selection in
Buena Viola and Columbus Clr CLASSIFIED DISPLAY DISPLAY
00........' to He.pl 11 and *au
ton Cllnlo. Ideal location for pro- Polk County! !
teuton m u.. RO-IOOJ. act
Baas Vlata. OPEN HOUSE TODAY


COMPLETELY 1621 NEWPORT 8


FURNISHED 2:00 TO 5:30 P.M.

. with "0I11.. .farnllure end
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.lIan. with nt a a F eittruaueh
aa toola ot*. S .bedroomanlco .
IKInt room lute kitchen,
paneled Florida -. W.ll Main.
tamed Air conditioner Only (to. s
000 with atlraoMre ""' 18.. KM'

iTS. e NEW 1964 COMETS

LAKEFRONT ,

jot feel Lat.'tfeeean tfe. "Jbt fun To Drive Car"
on *
lot almost .. ..... a or 4 bed
room :a bathe, aoparato dlnini NEW 1964 MERCURYS
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room. paneled lltlnt room kitcA.on
with buut-lna. Uvia acroenedpatio '
taclna lake. Dreealni room SEE THIS BEAUTIFUL 6061 62.63.64MODELS
with Bower Fireplace In llvinaroom.
Cell heab wheel Sue aldoor. 4 Bedroom,2 Vi Both Air Conditioned Home
Late Luther Rd. AND' 1964 LINCOLN CONTINENTAL CORPORATION CARS
N.., L... H.lli"fiw.rth I llotki Smith .,
JOHN MITCHELL Chris Real. Off Nov J.n.r.



5400.REALTOR..11.S. PlM1d"MU an I.totl Phone GEORGE 6I1-ZIT1 BUILOIK K. MILLER CK.2ZS1 COUPES-SEDANS-CONVERTIBLES 4 300 to 1700 Off!



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Choose From TRADE NOW
WHILE WE NEED

USED CARS

TOMLINSON'SLOT Take Advantage ef Our Yearly
+ i ej r Annual Inventory Adjustment(
Look! Look! t ffy\\W'Xw DISCOUNTS

GET y {Nt...
OF e/ o '60 COKVAIR, 4-Deer, 695 HARD TD

OK Reconditioned ."" ISTA IT
AND ONLY $16 MO. IN STOCK. 128TO
'<64< CHEVROLET Impala 4.Door Sedon. Radio, DDaS : e
'61 CORVAIR COUPE, eni-ewntr, DELIVERY
brakes Power OQC trons
heater, power steering, power speed
glide transmission, air conditioned. Only 600 new car trade-in ... ...... . 09 WAND Including four Comets. G
V B
miles.i Showroom $ ONLY $36 MO. missions and ON HOW
dflOO ii ALL INOp S
new '62 CORVAIR MONZA COUPE, $11Q1 j At

'63 CADILLAC Convertible. Leather interior. 4 speed, big engine, redid, heater 1 1 3 wAND SEDANS lFNCOlN.MER CURY t

Equipped with every Cadillac accessory. Avail ONLY $42.50 MO. ''Sffi

able including air conditioning $ Qftft '63 CORVAIR MONZA COUPE, $19 DC CONVERT. pV
and price $400 under book. HOww liWw r
Dote trans., radio, heater
'63 CADILLAC Sedan DeVille 4 window. Fully.quipp.d AND ONLY $44.10 MO. s ii.y :.u g rA
air conditioned. Extra clean and WAGONS
and
1e dele e'eFeh.
'
63 CORVAIR SPIDER COUPE, *1QQIi
priced $365 under $4800 turbe-charg.d engine, 4 speed IOJJJ CLAUDE .

book. AND ONLY $61.20 MO. HARDTOPS ew1eY j fibsD'1006
'62 CADILLAC Fleetwood. White with block and JENKINS J'sp

white Interior. Full power equip. $ 1Q C '64 CORVAIR MONZA COUPE, HOOK . a-DOORS 0c (*I e!

ment and air conditioned * 110 engine, 4 speed, radio, heater IwwJ
AND ONLY $(2.30 MO. It
'62 OLDSMOBILE 'Super 88 4-Door Sedan. Full
Lf/iKft4
power including electric windows, seats and ; : /

NO PAYMENTS FOR j mm mgg
air conditioned. 2695 yfim EZSf f HGF SS STKl .J .. i XXS K mmUBfffK


'61 Extra CADILLAC cleon Fleetwood.. Must be sold this week. 90 DAYS 5195 DOWN

List $3395. Na reasonable offer refused an AT

this fully equipped air conditioned car.

'61 MERCURY Monterey 4.Door Sedan. Power On approved credit patti you

end brakes, automatic $ 495
steering PENDARVISCHEVROLET
transmission and air cond. behind lie wheel with on- I

'60 BUICK Electra 4-Door Hardtop. Full power the- 0' bank rate financing:

radio end heater. Air condi- SiyOjj I
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clean
tioned. Extra

'60 BUICK LeSobre 4.Door Hardtop. Power steer. COMET PRICES START AT I

Ing and brakes, heater and auto- $1395 "Your Chevrolet Shopping Center" i

matte transmission. Extra clean

'56 4-Door Sedan.noulreoson air eon- 310 No. FLORIDA AVE.$15ECi1U1 $188900Full

onedAAs is Special, p p p

able offer refused nisi LETIIdfl Price Delivered/ Model Oil

MANY OTHER CARS TO SELECT FROM To

See one ef those eonrfeo.s laleime-: LAKELAND BOYSYou
Sr.et.R Horr.ll JENKINSLINCOLNMERCURY
T.lk.r CLAUDE
loArlyt
U Walker Slim |Ur..r<

Hart Only


M.P.TON1LINSONCO.CADILLAC 30 DAYS LEFTTo IH


OLDSMOBILE: 0 VOLVO Register For The

11..1,11" far Quality end Value' for Over 2J '.ar... Soap Box Derby-So Hurry


I 938 East Main St. @ Phone MU 2-7173 PENDARVIS CHEVROLET CALL AT TODAY 941 East Main St. Lakeland Phone I



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U-D LAKELAND LEDGER HEEL AND TOE
Sunday. April 12, 1964 Haven Students Compile CHICAGO (AP)-An automobile
I
designer has come up witha

Alec SeesStrategy 45-Page Speakers GuideWINTER brake on and one accelerator pedal. combination -

, Product Engineering.a trade
HAVEN-The Florida Attending the convention from, publication reports that it may RlSAVINGS 7 ors'fl. ue toIo1e?bulc OUI; Sal a 1
Association of Student Councils Winter Haven: Bob Hollmeyer. lessen the time it takes to move
elected Winter Haven High local student-council president; the foot from accelerator to
. Revision Pam Carnes, secretary; Leslie brake, preventing fatal accidents Iff OwM.A.Y*** After li** rr*
School the presidential of a
/
i group [
McIver, treasurer; David Fisher ; AFTER CUreeee Ml Her Is y ear.LN/
t. l 1 II LONDON (AP-Prime MinI the Association at its recent (of Lake Alfred), senior class The top portion of the ga 'Pik t re reeUy L.o M rhehiWreeief itere-
I 1 minister Tampa convention-by a reported -vice president-and Walter Ge- pedal is linked with the engine + wile barf*)*! M Ickenfl Law UwCleereMe
Sir Alec
_
Douglas-Home "landslide." sell, the school's exchange student accelerator and speeds and , '' ? ? Wee AD ItMM wMlk p'r
suggested Friday that Soviet The school bested competitionfrom from Austria. slows the car The lower portion + ejemtltl lull Harry, lace peathlN
premier Khrushchev may be Escambla High School. The group was accompaniedby of the pedal can be de-
Revising lila grand strategy of Pensacola and Riviera Beach the Council's faculty advisor, pressed with the heel to brake
subversion throughout Asia and High School. Two yean ago Mrs. Marie Whitney. the car.
I Winter Haven had the vice

Africa.Sir Alec laid the Soviet pre presidency The current vice presidency aarrarN T eJM1 S/rItuI ]UJJ
[J]I 1pa'u.a( e.ShP >>' II9
mier Is "beginning to see the was copped by Ocala High ai'I 1 Rte I. ,
danger to all countries" of School; Miami Beach High
host the conventionnext
School to
Communist subversion la those I
year was named leere--
two needy continents. tary-treasurer.

Addressing a luncheon organ
ized by Commonwealth American e ' '{ ARTIFICIAL FRUIT

correspondents and other with diplomatsof foreign Haven Police l PRICES GOOD SUNDAY & MONDAYSWIFT'S mi

many nations present the Arrested 366 Jewelry ape. SpecleliIUOGIT i Wub .M w1.r b ,
prime minister explained: ACCOUNTS AND LAYAWAYS rwr mNw A"Mi
"The only result of pubver-
._lon can be the Impoverishment During MarchWINTER GENERAL i GOLD CREST .
-Hlf wlw M.
of those continents which
will Inevitably react on the HAVEN-The Winter ELECTRIC GO
t ICE
developed countries"Sees Haven Police Department recorded .
North-South Duel a total of 366 arrests In \ TRANSISTOR G.E. AUTOMATIC ;
March according to its monthly '
This impoverishment, he argued report. ilup i i'u', i RADIO TOOTHBRUSH CREAMa::
would allow Red China to Traffic violations accountedfor nGe..l
exploit the world's racial divl-' 139; intoxication assault i I''li''' 1 I N1 IIi Iu w"'"FJ GE. /-hanslstor Ilecrrie cerwleu teMtl y f
sions. The East-West power theft and{miscellaneous for 215 radio, Model leetkbniih temple whk re- ,p YRNII,
struggle would be replaced bya and 12 arrests were Juvenile. F910andMI1. s"rger'11.ng. rail, **4l 4 teothknriiee Halt ,9 / "tea
; Ib; #
-Deotel Hygiene for ell Gallon
North-South duel The North Cleared were. 13 of the 15 recorded :
T
Extra
P ia1Vl # | the family!
would consist of the richer, burglaries during the Ii'L{ Special L ro
white nations and the South of month and three out of the six Compare 1A99
the poorer nonwhite peoples. lauto thefts were solved. This Prlcel IU RUBINSTEIM ,, a ?..?. 1 5O T
"It would be the worst division I Police officers logged 7,217 099 COLOR SHAMPOO """-s2.ie

its history mankind" Sir has Alec ever declared faced in man-hours, 854 hours.; the police A total auxiliaryunit of 19,- ,iii!!{i iE; E i1 i ti till Iti;illlHI{ i iq I1IltlIl. UDf ESTHER t'ae 1-l

with feeling. 977 miles were driven in law iI q ; II 69'Nnfl" '
enforcement work in and around { PURPOSE CREAM
Already, he went on, the Soviets
the city. The monthly report Yw
in feuding with the Red
Chinese have accused Mao Tze- was Officer compiled Maines by Waters.Identification "' BARBARA GOULD I.,. ?.? a.., 125 '
tuna's ultrarevolutionaries of SILEX CLEANSING CREAM 7*-.z- '-"
making the most of the fact
SET
DEDICATIONWINTER

that they are not white. HAVEN-The newriersonNlchols POCBET TOASTER-BROILER PATIO LIGHT
BARBARA GOULD
lit ,.t Mm- 25 Lleht an* .. r.w
t Two great debates now are American I 1 ,
raging in East and West he Legion Post 8 home will haveIts L PORTABLE r Slwi retrer-brelMr, teetH, SKIN FRESHENER NM" suo, earwiiw ywir MIM rIIMN 99
added and they provide their tentative dedication on Independence rill*, broils Meaai. trem ..liMn.kocei .NrrN i eemeaallieht
,
own pointers to the future pat Day July 4, accord- ft *f 91, teoir. ete.therme- Pk. N f1- at aTe-rtfy!
itvr centre), keitdtem chrame Mekh. EMERY N..w! *t r. II !.. o
Summervllle.
R. .
tern of events. ing to Cmdr. H. Y..N.fe. for tuhular atxl alachwrMitM

"In the East, a great debate> una10111n1a 77 BOARDS r.I.. (,Umll L 1041, aMw Iran!ub<>nl.h...1.r.Mi eMiiatota..r.wMh"*
is raging in the Communist Comport G..r..t st.N.Up .
world to whether commu- to 11.95
nism la as a matter of military, AEROSHAVE L lit' ,."?".'us.-. CL1t. 56 t GARDEN HOSE

bloody revolution, or In fact a .
n. Pull ? rlM .
competition in goulash. China _.... _--lito
. .
of a Communist : .1
Is in the early stages .
revolution and it will no POll DENT ... U. 7.... 46 t l a..;;.m.l.rsUtah .
doubt be some time before the 4 4.yi rh'S,. a ( : \ :N. 11. wan..ewe.+=:

world will be cafe from what M o"
Mao Tze-tung has called gun- r

barrel." politics which hefavors. w.tl W YVv K%t SOS PADS'.NCHARMS : ; : 23' '299

And in the West: "The United
,... .' -
State* is trading its wheat with
Russia and seems Willing to Tl BIG SIZE TRANSISTOR 9, CANDY ilium: ilh; 19, PIECE SET

help its Communist neighbors lALC G.1, lift Size fremltter rodle-
in their difficulties. The United template with leather eetrylno M-n, GARDENTOOLS
States Is debating whether auch cote, better!**, ear eke** ler MAALOX Re,. ILILIILIaIN 89,.
4 l priest. llttenleq. Oily- .
trade can become the Inirtru/ GILLUM PLUMBING . 1).
ment with which to break down 104 I. Felmette Si.rhoneI I3i ,. I ,
r'1' differences with the Soviet Union 6U-1044. 611-3121 ID f )'
.' CAT FOOD SSSHS 7
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Ceffe brewed tlklem make leffe* t%tin te Ief TISSUE p... N It+Ctm.... us 77 4 All ...... 1 ...* trewel.rrenploMer. .
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ITEM NUMBER ONE ON ':: ;'h.,.. Compare at 17e 9 !.
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004-- (Limit 1 with taupM thru M....4/11) Ie
SCOTT KELLY'S PLATFORM =;::: ..dtt: .
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"I will Insist on the repeal of the unfair Increased :::": ::- ...... r h.laYnur.wn FISHING* DEPT.

tax on our auto-truck license tags. I lied the fight =...I... :: ",", ;::: ..::1I .q M NI LMC.a.w'afa.s. ...less.- 666 WHISK BROOM SPECIALSCASTING
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against I this Increase and voted against I I It ..:"-,:+W, :'=_ ... "

i have advocated Full tii* high quelityttraw OUTFIT
In the legIslature. strongly .
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since Its s' ereemCompere 28 .DiaiCT.. ...e.I., V.t.
repeal of this Increase passage. Wpl- *t S9c.khnit Ii...bne i mm _ae r.... ?
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LISPINETTE

SUPPORT SCOTT KELLY AND : / OUTFIT 1
A'Oiialnl i'i. ttJt ACIA PINITTI I >.*..
cOUPO lie* Mlmiini rwri witk | lnll

DO AWAY WITH THE TAG INCREASE! ladies' Jamaica Shorts .d.rLz.N.$011.5,-"NrM..N .=

sir owner w.wiwia HAIR BRUSH
t.ll.r.. WIr' lunuu a 22.90
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LEATHER 'BELTS CMieaie thle MUSTAD HOOKS

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