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Title: Lakeland Ledger
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Publication Date: April 13, 1964
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Governor Hopefuls Give Views On Higher Educe&Ean ,weeds I



Eldlort' Note The six Democratic been considered a major Issue Impact" The charge led to an ties." He said he would advocate ties must be raised to a level of ty. We will strive to have :jhe. First achieve excellence to meet
and three Republican candidates of the campaign! most of'the immediate denial by a memberof a program to meet the challengeeven excellence equal to the best in best. 1 shall continue my efforts the technical demands of the
for governor of Florida candidates have announced their the University Board of Con. if It meant consideration of the nation to meet the technological to provide an adequate space era. Once this is accomplished -

responded to an Auoclated positions on the Issue. trol.Here new tax sources. requirements of the building program on every cam we should move imme
Press request for their positions Most promised to locate more are the positions of the Former Sen. Fred O (Bud) space age. Junior colleges pus for adequate funds for instructing diately to meet the need for additional
on seven major Issues lacing the universities and Junior collegesin candidates on the question of Dickinson of West Palm Beach: should be administered at the personnel so we can institutions of higher
next administration.\ Each Issue areas where the need can be what to do about higher education "My record amply demonstrated state level. The university system bring to Florida the very best learning in the centers of popu
and the candidates' views will be shown. Some promised to consider : that I have In the past actively should be administered with minds In education in the nation, lation." Kelly promised immediate -
discussed In separate dispatches. new tax sources to help Democrats: evidenced a deep personal a minimum of political interference for a stronger working partner action to establish a four.
Today's Installment discusses pay for construction and opera Mayor Haydon Burns of Jacksonville terest in education at all levels and a maximum of academic ship between our universitiesand year college In Dade County
higher education. tion of the expanded system. : Estimated increases to . and my program clearly freedom." the people and industriesand And as the need is establishedin
TALLAHASSEE (AP) The Some candidates urged improved more than 100,000 students by illustrates that this concern will Rep. Fred Karl of Volusla communities they serve other populous areas, he said,
question of what to do about quality of current uni 1970 call for "bold yet sound be abiding County: "The emphasis In Florida and for close and harmonious "I expect to meet the need with
providing higher education for versities and Junior colleges before planning. . to completely re Mayor Robert King High of should not be on constructingmore working relationships betweenthe action along these lines. This
Florida's booming college-aged building more institutions. view and revise the educational Miami r "I am in favor of locating and more new universities, universities to avoid unnecessary same policy will prevail in regard
population expected to hit Mayor Haydon Burns of Jacksonville program of Florida and the tax junior colleges and four. for this can only result In diluting duplication and harmful to junior colleges
100.000 In six years -will be one charged that universities structure supporting it. We are year universities in areas where the quality but on the expansion competition and to provide maximum Sen. John Mathews of Jacksonville .
of the key issues facing the next were "maintaining an artificial going to need many more junior the people are and where they and improvement of those [ services" : "I will continue to try
governor' administration. washout rate of 34 per cent colleges and the expansion of can serve the greatest number. now part of the Florida plan. Sen. Scott Kelly of Lakeland:
Although the question has not to meet the existing enrollment our existing four'year univeni- Florida's college and universi- The emphasis must be on quail- "Our university system should (Turn to Page 2, Column 1)








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(AP-Polish Communist Dazed survivors picked through

leaders arrived In Moscow the rubble of homes and business

tyi : today for talks to strengthen buildings today in the wake
it Premier Khrushchev in his
of tornadoes
Mary that slashed
bitter dispute with the Chinese r ur ,
Communists. through eastern Kansas, western -
Missouri and
Polish Communist party boss Iowa southwestern
Wladyslaw Gomulka said on his

o. wi4R .w._. ....,. arrival with Premier Josef Cy- at Six least persons 50 were killed and
rankiewicz that the Polish and were Injured.
Soviet I Communist parties Most of the twisters snaked
Flames "have the views of the out of thunderstorms that could
Bartow Restaurant Destroyed By same
be seen for miles In the late
tasks of the Socialist camp, of

I This It Hi* MtiHiwtit corner of the god Br Rotrouront, ditreyJ when flames swept the strategy and tactics of. the afternoon could have-been otherwise greater the toll

riirouh she Barrow building last night. This view shows. the port of the restaurant which wee International movement"Anyactions Two lines of the storms

aid for I dining roo", Dewey. H. Smith. 'n *""IoJ' of the roirouront '''1. .4 In the fir*. directed againstthe bracketed Kansas City-one to
of Communist coun-
unity .the northwest, the other southeast .
t. .. ___ J. and Irre-
trl'g"'are"harmful +.f -ajid rolled rapidly.lo th1northeait.
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Lakelanders Bartow Man Dies i 'I spoirfible Poles," Gomulka Reluctant said. *:"* +". I

The Poles support Khrushchev Dead Listed

Escape As against Red China but The dead were:

they have been reluctant to go Mrs: Jack L. Wilson, 24, Independence -
SinksBy As Cafe Burns along with a Kremlin proposal Kan.; Warren Kenyan .
Boat for a showdown conference of Tornado Wrecks HomeThe Sr., 43, Neosho. Mo., and

world Communist parties. his wife, Ella, all killed near
TOM HUGHES By RONNIE STUART Smith who lived in the rear In his television speech I4wif horn deaf. Garnett, Kan.
upper scary of the Show form lour miles pct of Lwrnc, Kin.,
Ledger Staff Writer Ledger Staff Writer of the restaurant as saying Sunday night, Khrushchev denounced w.i wr. "J by tornoda which cut I Iwoth throufh the ere Sunday frtrnoon., N* on* war Charles Hedger 13, killed in
BARTOW A 64-yearoldman he was in the habit of going
Arthur T. Edwards Sr., president the Chinese as "split injured her*. (A* Wmohorol I barn near Pleasant Grove,
died last night as fire into the dining room at nightto ters" of the world Communist. Mo
of Edwards Groves, Inc., struck the Red Barn Restau watch television."He .
and four members of his family movement who eventually wantto Victor Kerns, 50, killed near
rant chain for the second time may have dozed off to Its leadership. He
death Saturday take over For Junior College his home northwest of Lee-
escaped in recent months. Viet Nam
their $10.000. 30-foot sleep, DeLoach paid made no mention of any world ton, Mo.Flora .
when
The victim identified as
was I
The chief said the fire meeting of communism. Elchhorst 90, killed In
sank in about 22 feet appar
cruiser Dewey H. Smith who was
of water about four miles off employed as a cashier and ently started in the living Khrushchev abandoned the Soviet Another Round Set Casualties her home at Yorktown, low a.
quarters used by Smith. Communist party's claim of One twister sucked up a line
near
Pass A-Grille Beach night watchman at Farmer
"The Inside of the buildingwas dominance over world communism of traffic on U.S. 59 five miles
located
Jones' Red
Clearwater. Barn on Over I 100
plywood and fire spreads saying "those times have south of Garnett and hurled a
The the
Contacted by Ledgerthis State Road 60 at west city
morning, A. T. EdwardsJr. limits of Bartow. quickly In plywood, once it gone never to return." In Battle On Site 50.000-pound truck a pickup
., who was at the helm of the Fire Chief Owen DeLoach gets hot" he added. But he said the Chinese were SAIGON, South Viet Nam truck and six cars In all direc

cruiser on the fishing party of the Bartow Volunteer Fire Damage Not Estimated trying to achieve the control (AP) A weekend of fierce lions, killing the Kenyans and I
off Clearwater, gave this account Department said Smith's body Stalin once exercised over the BARTOW Another roundin tion's Division of Junior Colleges fighting left one American soldier Mrs. Wilson and Injuring eight ,
of the incident: was found about two feet DeLoach said he will investigate Red bloc by taking a "special what is beginning to look and a member of the dead and 11 others Injured, other persons."It I
from the door in the south today to determine the course which Is I blend of felt like the truck was
No Reef Hit east corner of the building. exact cause of the fire. How petty bourgeois adventurism like a never-ending battle survey team, informed the U.S. military authorities reported lifted up off the highway," said

"We had been having a good Door Locked ever, he theorized "It may and great-power chauvinism." over the the Polk permanent Junior locationof Collegewas board that it cannot request today. More than 100 South Stephen A. Miller, 29, of St. Joseph

day-we caught 70 to 75 kings have started from a cigaretteleft "Serious Difficulties""The set for 1:30: o'clock this a resurvey unless the first Vietnamese casualties were reported Mo, who was hauling
Sheriff Department deputies the activities of of meat to Dallas.
and had made a run of an estimated burning apartment. disruptive afternoon. recommendation Is rejected. 25,000 pounds
20 to 25 miles. reported the glass door was The chief refused to estimate the Chinese leaders have caused Dr. Wattenbarger's reply Truck Flung Quarter-Mile
off Pass- padlocked from the Inside. the damage to the build- serious difficulties in the world The school board was to A crew member of an U.S. The pickup truck was flung a
"About four miles the cruiser began DeLoach noted that Smith's Ing, which was completely gutted Communist movement Khrushchev meet then to discuss its next came In a telegram, which Army H21 helicopter was killed quarter.mile. The driver, Chris-
A-Grille Beach body was not burned, and by the fire. admitted. 'move In the battle, which began arrived here last Thursday, by Communist groundfire Sun topher Lewis, 54, Parsons, Kan,

"We sinking.didn't hit a reef or sandbar theorized that he probablywas Ted Phillips, a former owner To deal with the problem, he last October heated, but until didn'treally two the day after the board had day while It was carrying South suffered a knee Injury.
22 feet overcome by smoke. De- called for direct meetings between get voted 3.2 to request a "resur- Right behind Miller's truck,
Wt were in about Loach quoted relatives of (Turn ho Page 2. Column 4) months ago when a report Vietnamese troops during a bat
Communist as the car was hurled 600
cf water. The bottom of the ... parties from team unanimously vey or review" of three rejected Kenyan
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survey
tie In Thien
Chuong Province
and
rather than teacher feet to one side Another landed
cruiser Just opened up and we equals recommended WinterHaven' sites the air base,
had pupil. He apparently has in near the southern tip of Viet 600 feet on the other side of the
began to sink. We had Just golf course as the a (0-acre tract at Eaton Park
the boat checked about a mind the kind of direct talks he site for the college and a site on Lake Arlana Nam, 140 miles from Saigon. road. The cars were smashedInto

month ago."said there reallywasn't ) RACE FOR GOVERNOR held leaders last In week Budapest with rather Hungarian than Report Not Accepted near Auburndale. The soldier was the 131st 'A tornado twisted bits roared of metal.over leav-
Edwards American killed in combat in
much excitement and the gathering of the world'smore Ever since that time three Head Favors RejectionAt enworth Kan., not quite touchIng
got wet. than 90 Communist par members of the board have least one board member, Viet Nam. Seven other U.S. down, but close enough to
hardly anyone ties which Soviet ideologist Mikhail refused to accept the report, E C. (Gene) Head of Bartow Army men, Including two officers damage about 75 homes, smash
Coast Guard Called Candidates Begin Their Suslov proposed. which rejected five other has stated he now will vote to were wounded in the bat windows In the business district

'We sent a radio-phone message Direct talks now begin with sites, Including the Bartow reject the recommendation. tie and uproot many trees Seven
the Coast Guard. but the Poles. The Hungarians gave Air Base where the college It was Head who along with persons were Injured there.
another to cruiser was about a Stretch Drive For VotesBy Khrushchev full public support will open in temporary quarters Wendell Watson and Dora Cox 100 Casualties Tobacco barns were flattened

off against the Chinese. next September. Phillips both of Lakeland, Vietnamese forces suffered near Weston, Mo.
half our course
and a
mile THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Kelly planned to campaign I in This afternoon's meetingwas blocked an attempt to get about 100 killed wounded and Farther on at Yorktown, a

(Turn to Page 2, Column 1)Page Florida's gubernatorial hopefuls Orange County today, Castro called after Dr. James board members to go on rec. musing In the daylong battle. community of 146 persons in
faced with the first Democratic Speeches Wattenbarger, head of the Thirty Viet Cong bodies were southwest Iowa, a tornado killed
Robert
King of
High mayor of Educa (Turn to Page 2, Column 2)
State six
Department counted and more were Mrs. Eiihhont and injured
weeks many
primary three Miami, wa In the Tampa Bay Used To Torture .
believed have been carried others
to
from Tuesday, started gearing
area Sunday and told voters
up today for the stretch drive. that large contribution. receivedby Cuban Prisoners Wife Of People's Bank off.
American authorities said
Fred Karl of Daytona Beach
some candidates tied them to Checker
toured Miami Sunday and told special Interests MIAMI (AP) Making numerous Viet Cong were killed Chubby ,

audiences that If elected he "The people of Florida do not political prisoners In Cuba listen President Dies At Home and 17 government troops were Dutch
would work for complete constitutional I deserve to Fidel. Castro's speeches wounded In another fight 60 White

revision annual legislative -collar of a coins governor and wearing led on a a over and over Is one of several Mrs. E. C. McClurg wife of Marjorie Fowler, was a nativeof miles north of Chunog Thein, in
sessions and home rule forat 'leash means used to torture them, a Honda and she had been a Klen Phong Province. Model Married
of gold High said. "This of the Peoples
Amusements ....... 10 the president
least five municipal areas leash of gold is being held by the former prisoner says. resident of Lakeland for the Marine Wounded
Business News ..,_- 7 Karl also called for a lieuten Ed Balls the timber tycoons, Dr. Mario Robau, a physician Bank of Lakeland died unexpectedly past 30 years. PENNSAUKEN N.J. (AP-

Bridge ........ ............. 3 ant governor for the state, saying the phospate potentates and the who said he was assigned to yesterday morning at In addition to her husband, Viet Cong groundfire wounded Negro singer Chubby Checker
Crossword Puzzle ..11 it was necessary to prevent pulpwood princes. treat fellow inmates In Hava her home at 969 Lake Hotlingsworth she is survived by one son, a U.S. Marine aboardan and Catherina Lodders, a white
na's La Cabana Prison said the 1134 troop-carrying helicopter Dutch model who once
chaos if a governor Dr. of was
political Ernest Vane McClurg
Comics .............. 10-11 High promised that if elected
500 miles northof
died in office. speech treatment "breaks the Funeral services were to be Lakeland; and one sister, Mrs in fighting Miss World, were marled Sun.
Classified! ............ 12-13 He said home rule was neededIn governor he would push for prisoners' nervei" held this afternoon at 3 o'clockat Bertha Carlton, of Roanoke Saigon near the north Viet ,day In Temple Lutheran Church

Deaths ..... .............. 2 the Tampa St. Petersburgarea economy in state governmentand Dr. Robau recently arrivedby the Oak Hill Burial Park. Rapids N. C. Nam border, on Saturday' at Pennsauken N.J.

Dear Abby .............. 11 Daytona Beach Orlando tax reduction. way of Mexico, told I news The minister was to be the At this afternoon's services, Three U.S. Army enlisted Both Checker whose real
Editorials ............... 4 Jacksonville and E s e a m b I la John Mathews of Jacksonvillesaid conference Sunday that another Rev. David Kennedy Mrs Mc pallbearers were to be George men were Injured by a terrorist name is Ernest Evans and his
County. he was deeply appreciativeof torture was to sick German Clurg was a member at St. W. Jenkins, Lanier Upshaw, guerrilla in front of their hotelIn bride are 22. Neither has been
Horoscope .......-'....... 10 Scott Kelly, speaking at his the editorial endorsement of shepherd dogs on prisoners.The David's Episcopal Church. Morris Pritchard Dr. Charles Tra Vinh, in the Mekong del married before.

Television ................ 11 home in Lakeland, pledged thatif the St. Petersburg Times. dogs are trained to Members of the family requested Larsen. Judge William K. ta, Saturday. They returned to The Rev. George L. Garver,

Sports ........... .......... 8-9 voters elected him governor "The' candidate who belittlesthe scratch he said. in lieu of flowers, Love, and J, Tom Watson all duty after treatment the white minister who per.
Weather Map ........ 3 he would exercise all powers to power of a newspaper en- Dr. Robau said he was Imprisoned that contributions be sent to. of Lakeland. A U.S. Navy officer was Injured formed the ceremony, said he

Women .................... 5 bring about the resumption of dorsement Mathews said "is a year ago without the heart fund or the Cancer Services were to be under in an accidental ammunition received a threatening telephone -
Bible reading and prayer In invariably the candidate who charge and released in January fund. the direction of the Dukes explosion near the North call before the service
public schools. fails to get that endorsement" Mrs McClurg, the former Steen Funeral Home. Viet Nam frontier Sunday. but there were no incidents.



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J LAKELAND LEDGER. Monday, April 11. W4 Goldwater Has 109 LBJ''
Claims
'Alaska 1[Insurance Agent

Governor Give
Hopefuls I
Delegate Selections

Their Views On Education ,Fights .' Aide Tried To Keep Him Quiet


I for me:I mg to the Insurance on the Dre.

to Implement the views and various needed without regard to political Picking Up SpeedWASHINGTON I WASHINGTON (AP-Don B.,to sibly refrain It would from be better making any:;\vlously Sen. Johnson. '

Flooding Reynolds, a local Insurance I
studies that have been consideration statements at all. That he would Baker Warns

made with reference to locating H B. (Bob) Foster of Fort (AP) The,i,In Tuesday's Illinois presidential !man who Injected President release all Information pertain-, As for Baker Reynolds .

junior colleges and universities Myers Beach: "I would expectto tempo of delegate selection for preference primary. 'Johnson's name Into the Senate the onetime Senate quoted
where needed. More and better consult with those men whore ANCHORAGE, Alaska (AP- page boy
the Republican National Convention Their names are the only ,Investigation of Bobby Baker L. Wales Negro I who became secretary to the
the
lifetime to
deviling a Quake-torn aouth-
<'fntral Alaska
is speeding Thirty- ones in the Democrats and
printed
tried
I needs of ed. up. preferencespot ,claim a' Johnson aide to Senate built i
of the
study oration and through that higher means coastal communities, Jolted by ,four were chosen over the weekend on the Republican ballots. quiet him and Baker advised : Drowns In Pit I[business fortune before resign
I II
another sharp after-shock Sunday and at least 73 will be Results are not binding on I ing under a cloud last October
work out plans. The answer on, him to into hiding.
go
the matter of tax income to bear battled floods of sea water picked this week. I delegates to the national con LAKE WALLES An 18- as warning him: "You get out
Sen. Barry Goldwater of Arizona vention. Forty-eight district delegates Reynolds said these alleged drowned of town and stay out of
(he should probably be from high spring tides today I year-old Negro yesterday town
technical schools might help to expense were made
who now has 109 first-bal will be chosen Tuesday, muzzling attempts while alone for a couple of weeks He'li)
solve the of the deplorably lift to the voters. The sea, pulled into tides when he with I swimming I
problem high began cooperating
lot In states, and with 10 at Williams
votes eight -large delegates to be In the southeastern ( ) get you and the re ,
of In clay I I'I :
Charles Holley Pinel a pit
high school drop out rate. Rep. about this time each year by the Sen. Margaret Chase Smith of picked In the Illinois Republican San John J. Williams R-Del!., section of Lake Wales of us Into jail."
"I favor
las
County: qualityhigher
Republicans: combined attraction of the moon Maine will test th.lr.popul l state convention next whose own probe of Baker 'I U.S. 27. The White House del .
Ken Folks of Orlando "1.0- education and I cannotgo touched off the Inquiry by the near -eg
cat universities where they are along with the Idea that everyone and sun, has been moving up month.Of Senate Rules Committee. John I The body of David Ferrell. comment on the Reynolds mtei

who manages to get a into areas which sank lit the Bar fow the 78 persons running for son then was vice president. 615 Carver Drive, Lake Wales, view and efforts to reach Baker
the Illinois GOP
high schol diploma has a rightto disastrous [ delegate posts was recovered by the Lake were unsuccessful.
earthquake of March ,34 favor Goldwater, 3 are for Interview Taped Wales Fire Department, but
LakelandersEscapeAs four years of drifting at tax- I
27. Man Dies former Vice President Richard revive the victim by
efforts to
We must build '
payer expense. Reynolds' story as given by
I I The highest for April are expected M Nixon and one is for Gov I artificial respiration proved Haven
good character as well as good ;him on the interview program High Band
today and Tuesday, and Nelson A. Rockefeller
of New
minds We need expansion of In Cafe Fireof "From the People," taped for fruitless
our vocational I I technical the owners of business buildings In York The rest told The Associated broadcast by Radio Press Inter-I Chief Criminal Deputy J. E. Will Present
sunken areas have been trying Press they were uncommitted DeReus of the sheriff's de.
Boat Sinksand school! to protect them by jacking the building, placed its made national:
I or they no replies. partment said some young
"When It (cooperating with Concert
them value at "about $150.000"Bob Tonight
up or building dikes I Three states complete their boys saw Ferrell go down in I
Williams first started I
) received -
they came along and Site BattleTo around them.Flooding. Jones, owner-manager selection of delegates to the Re- water. described by deputiesas
call from Mr. George
of the restaurant and a great- a WINTER HAVEN Fourth
!
publican convention at state "real deep.
us
picked up. Big Problem i Reedy (now White House press
The other cruiser, 1 he Dividend (" W : ' conclaves Saturday Arizona, I The unidentified youngsters concert for the season of tt> ,
and
Have secretary) he contacted me
,' ii owned by William New Floding is the big problem ,i1 ; "i: i I Kansas and Louisiana. in my downtown office In Washington quickly summoned help, and Winter Haven High School mt

Blake of TampaOn now Sunday's after.shockdidn't ..... '; M... i\\ ../"" Goldwater Is expected to win and Informed me that he the body was recovered a sic department will be presented

board the stricken vessel Round Today make much impressionon Arizona's 16 votes. He alreadyhas had had the president (sic) In short time later. tomorrow night in Nora Mavo {
nephew of Smith, could not be
were Edwards Sr. Edwards the residents of this shaken IS Louisiana district dele contactwith him and that DeReus theorized Ferrell Auditorium at 8 o'clock. j

ord as accepting or rejecting state. The ground rocked, and I reached this morning for a gates and the four at-large dele- pos- may have tired and was unable The high school concert band
-- ----- dishes and windows rattled, but damage estimate be named make it to shore. directed V.
the cite.Head's. I gates to Saturday to by Roy Wood wi,
motion for the reVieW no one was reported hurt. The Sam Jones, brother of Bob may be Instructed to vote for j lead off the program with 'Pa
I
I or resurvey was a "sub- I casualty list of the big quake Jones, was at the restaurantthis him, too. Reports Due rade of the Charioteers," n,

stitute motion" for a motion I still stands at 114 dead or missIng morning, but said he was In Kansas, Gov John Ander. Haven Chamber Miklos Rosza, from the movie

Jr and his son, David: by Ralph Durrance of Fort and the damage is estimate. not in a position to estimate son Jr. has been battling for an On Tariff I score of "Ben Hur"; also marcn

Ralph R. Edwards the brother Meade calling for acceptanceof ed at $750 million. I the damage to the building and uncommitted delegation. So far, :Slates Annual es and melodies
the recommendation. Land in places along the rim Its contents. i six district in.
of Edwards Jr. : and Edwards delegates are The second .
Durrance and Board Chairman of the Gulf of Alaska, on the \ DeLoaih said the fire was structed favorable segment will feature
to Gold.
Jr's father-in-law R. or HearingsReports the mixed chorus
Kenal Peninsula discovered by 28 under
and on Kodiak a passing motorist Dinner April
W Ross of New Haven. Conn water nine are uncommitted.
Millard C. Walker, and the ,
Island Is who ii
believed to have sunk phoned In the
Edward Jr. said that the from three to six feet in places. alarm at about 11:40: o'clock Five more will be chosen Satur. of the Tariff Commission nal part will be the high school
WINTER HAVEN The
cruiser will be salvaged and ..- day to round out Kansas' 20- I an-
and symphonic band, under the
last night. The fire departmenthad Trade Information nual installation dinner of the baton
vote delegation.
then 'we will know more I
Committee of Wood, featuring "Lassuj
two trucks and about 20 compiled from
On the Democratic side this Winter Haven Chamber of Com
about what caused the near "
tragedy '' j Austin T. Race of Winter Clothing Store men at the scene for almost week are a convention in North hearings to determine which merce will be April 28 at the Trombone, by Henry Fillmore"
_ two hours agricultural commodities will and "The Tsar's Bride, bv
Haven have backed the survey Dakota beginning today and the Lake Region Yacht and Country
TERMITES team's recommendationever Hit By ThievesA On Jan.,$, flames completely Illinois primary. be considered for possible Club. Rimsky-Korjakov, among oth

since it was made publicin destroyed the Red Barn Inn, North Dakota has 15 votes at tariff reduction will be in the i Highlights also will be the ers.A
another in the chain of res hands of the President by unique feature: the studem,
of traditionalBanker's
SWARMING? february. thief broke into the the Democratic convention. Illinois ,awarding the
Streamline
April 21, Herman F. Steele chorus will feature
taurants. The Red Barn Inn. two student
Approval by a teamIs of Cup to the who
survey Clothiers, 708 N. Florida has 114, whom 48 will person
needed before a site will be Ave. Saturday located at the Bartow Air be chosen in Tuesday's primary assistant general manager of has made the outstanding con- conductors, Harry and Kent

\ eligible for state funds for yesterday morning night and or early stole Base, was owned and operatedby Most ate expected to sup Florida Citrus Mutual, said ,tribution to the community during Johnson.
1 Sam Jones. today This Is the 22nd
of
construction $787.78 worth of men's clothing. port President Johnson. the past year. year the
1 II Detective Sgt. I U. D. Smith The building housing the I Steele. who has J Just got I Retiring president John W. concert series by the school music

,r PROMISES TRAINING and Detective E T. Pickett re- restaurant which burned last back from a weeklong visit. :Carpenter Jr., will make his I groups; the concert Is sponsored
; night, also was hit by flames in Washington to confer with by the Recreation Do-
City
ull "dl' BEIRUT. Lebanon (AP) ported that the culprit enteredthe report and Arnold Silvert, new
I Iraq is willing to train guerrillas store by prying an about three years ago. Phillips Republican'Meeting agricultural officials on the president, will outline the coming , partment and Is free to the pub
open said the damage at that time chances of a tariff cut that lic.
from African <' tentative
any Iron bar from window year's plans.
a and
I would benefit
colonialism was confined to the kitchen Set foreign citrus A social hour will
try fighting precedethe
crawling through the 7inch
facilities. I coming into the United States
Foreign Minister Subhl 7:30: o'clock dinner and at CITRUS SHIPMENTS
I ti.. i.i. .t p se hate. coun'J opening. Once inside, the detectives Smith who had lived here I' said he thought thn reports
Hamid said in an 9:30: dance music will be
said the pro-
culprit In Winter
apparently HavenWINTER
-- - -- for about a year and a half, might already be before PresIdent vided by Dave Frederick's WINTER HAVEN 'AP-8\atl CIIIIII
opened the rear door, stackedthe moved to Bartow from Lake- Johnson. ''tn.pocUon. B ursa 10 5 m. resort i.

Asthma Formula Prescribed I good clothes his escape in cartons, and made land. He was a retired book HAVEN A Joint Johnson To Decide Mello Because Tones.of space limitations, Pail Dol' .. .. .. . . . liStS Qpn5 18 Or""'4,

Included In the various sized keeper and a member of the meeting of the Polk County Republican Steele described his most reservations must be kept to, 'rcua SInai : : :: :;.;.. ssm J 1
Church. In World War
I Most items were boots, shoes, socks, Baptist Executive Committee recent visit to Washington as about 250 persons. ToUl . 69 iso MOannvrlei
Doctors-Available II he member of "
the
By was a and the Winter Haven of IC ..,,
unit 24 '
i pants, undershorts, T shirts, Army Medical Corp. part of "Mutual's continuing A buffet. dinner will be served. To!"!',!, True Stbituari (H>3 3&2
MORE Mobilization of - -
(
bow ties, dress shirts, under- Republican efforts" to fight a tariff cut
Now Without i Survivors are one son, BarI I Enterprises) will be heldat
Prescriptionotops shirts, belts and caps. which the industry feels will!
ry L. Smith, U, S. Air Force, 7:30 tomorrow night at the flood American I
took with
also
: Attacks in Minutes a . Relief Lasts for Hours The culprit some Texas; one daughter, Mary Jo Canners' Building in Winter ports
H vT rk, N. t.M'i-il-T. ilbma -In tiny UbleU callad money from the cash register, Stevenson; three sisters, Mrs. Haven. cheaply-produced foreign cit. e5 1
formula pr.ae rlb.5 nor than any T...... Prlmattne .PrI.j. detectives said.Sleep Margaret C. McGraw and Mrs. rus that will undersell American
George McConkey chairmanof
ether b, doctor for theIr priva bronchial tubai, beam I production.
pttltfiu I. now .II.bl. IaurTertra .stbma Pearl Smith, both of Lakeland, the executive committee said
.11. Uut .,n.u. tennon. All Steele said it will now be I
without prtienMedical .. without painful injntloni.Th i and Mrs. Susan Helen Beck- all Polk Republican candidateswill MRS. GRACE HTZSIMMONS RITES FOR MR. HALLAIJBURNDALE.Funeral

top* aithirm tritt attarki proved In this flilsutea fnrrnula and .>a-pattPrimaWaaomblns Like Log ner of Wannett, Okla. be allowed to speak for 5 which up to the agricultural President commodities to decide- Mrs. Grace Mae Fitzsimmons,I I ser.

sin.. Iooura of fna.dos from r..r. t medloln.e (In full pr.ncrlptlon '' Funeral services will be at minutes each and that all persons 79, of 739 Buena Vista died vices for Albert Hall :59, of lit
.. ) found moat ilTertlta IItombUatUn will be for bargainingIn
u" of painful anlhiiThla 'paaai' ". Uentlh Stol Stomach Cat: In S Mlnutilor 2 o'clock Wednesday afternoonat up
formula Ii .0 .. iva that for aithmn dlitrrie.I . faa ft o b.ck.t oruiint. Tine Billtnttitaiete I Interested In furthering the Geneva when International early today at a nursing home Glen Rd., who died Saturdayat
M !ta the physicians I..dl"r aathniapr.aeriptionao ;arh prformi a ipMlal, pur,.... nun not ...l.. el Bed time. > Pied 'in the Whidden Funeral Home Republican cause 'are welcome negotiations the U.S. Trade here afterian4illitess! of (h/ee his home will be. held tomorrow
on
anfe wh.n sped .. IC. look forward tt ilaep al sIgh bed until I avis ihul Sell em tibletl lel.evellemecli Chapel with the Rev. Arthur to attend months Sue wai a native of
directed that now I tea,, be aoldWithout and frevdon from ..tb".. apaima.Get ,, |ee dia. to 5Oaaa ttomeck, Bell add., I;I Rich of Lakeland officiating. Expansion Act open in May. morning at 10 o'clockat
N hernlul drufi Send postal' to eni Pennsylvania and moved to the
preMTlptlvi la nuat italei Phmatene at aodrufiUr*. O'Cifetwi N 1. tor uSual, ffe. wmpit Interment will be in Oakhill The President will make no Kersey Funeral Home
-ad. _.'.-1 Lakeland Aid I prior announcement of what Lakeland from Sebring two Chapel, with the Rev. Jack

Cemetery. ,. Sought commodities he \ has decided years ago. She was a memberof Stewart, pastor of the Assembly

will be subject] to possible St. Joseph's Catholic Church. of God Church, officiating

For Burned tariff cuts and which ones he Survivors include her husband Burial will be in Socrum

I will exempt, Steele said John R. Fitzsimmons; !Cemetery.

A Message to the Women of Florida Out He said the actual hearingsof three sons Warren H. and Joseph -

pJitL Family the Trade Information Committee P., both of Los Altos Calif.. JAMES A. STEWART
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and Jack of St
Petersburg; a
and Tariff Commission
I Help Is needed for a Lakeland ended March 27 daughter, Mrs. R. J. Muese of'I AUBURNDALE James A
family whose belongings were Chicago; a brother Nelson Stewart 74, of 213 Woodland

wiped out by fire Saturday afternoon George Weller of Huntsville Trail, died suddenly this mon
Ala.: and eight irandchildrenland |ing at his home.
neighbors reported.
The blaze, which struck at''Three Rezoning five great-grandchildren. Mr. Stewart was a native >'

: the residence of Claud Kouch Rosary will be recited tomorrow -I Newton, Pa., and moved to Ai

SCOTT on North Wabash Avenue, wiped I' night at 8 o'clock at the ,burndale in 1957 from PennsMvama "'

IJIIjijfJ out the belongings of the eight.j Hearings On Tap Gentry-Morrison Funeral Home He was a retired eni,

member family and burned their chapel, with funeral services ploye of the Otis Elevator O

home to the ground. At Lake AlfredLAKE Wednesday at 2 p.m. st the of Philadelphia, and a memoir:

Since Saturday, the Kouchs chapel. Burial will be in Lake- of the Presbyterian Church.

have been living with friends,I land Memorial Gardens Survivors are his widow, Mrs

but neighbors reported that they ALFRED-The city Bertha Stewart, Auburndale

have "nothing but the clotheson commission meeting agenda HOBSON STRAIN SR. and one sister, Mrs. Bessie

their backs." tonight will Include three public Hobson L. Strain Sr.. 65, a Sykes. Chester, Pa.

II1ilI KELLY I All clothing Items, furniture, hearings on rezoning: former resident of Lakeland Funeral services will be announced

appliances, and other household J. W. Housefield seeks to died Saturday at a veterans by Kersey Funeral

:Items are needed by the family rezone 63 lots In Highland sub- hospital in Dublin, Ga., after a Home of Auburndale.

neighbors said. subdivision from R-l to R-2. long Illness He was a nativeof

Persons making donations John Terdik wishes to rezone Ohio, a veteran of World I WILLIAM ELLIS IIUCKAB

Candidate for Governor should send the items to E. R. from R-IA to C-2 (business) War I, and a member of the BAR10W Ellis
William
I Canon, 2740 N. Wabash Ave, one lot and part of another Methodist Church

,; cordially invites you to who lives next door to the on Lakeshore Way (Hwy. 17- Survivors include his son Huckaba, 58, died this morning

.i -i burned home. 1 92) in Rochelle Terrace sub- Hobson L. Strain Jr. of Lakeland at a Bartow rest home whenhe
,
); participate in a special Kouch, who Is soon to undergo division. Mr. and Mrs. Harrison ; a daughter Mrs C C. had been a patient for iiu'
,
i 4 surgery for a lung tumor, Keigley wish to rezone Corley of Atlanta three sisters, past two years

., : j TELEVISION SHOW his wife, and six children are all from RIA to C-l one lot and Mrs. Edgar Baker of Ironton, Mr. Huckaba is a native '
Florence Ala.. and moved
In need of clothes. part of another in the same Ohio, Mrs. H. E. Chiles of Plant
Bartow 40 from Ki'
I' years ago
I The father was described as area. City and Mrs. Forrest Nagley
i len, Ala. He <>
employedthe
I ONLY PHONE QUESTIONS FROM tall and thin, having a size 32 A report will be made on of McLean, Va : and nine was
of Bartow for 18
negotiations with the Polk city year'
waist. Neighbors said Mrs. grandchildren.
j WOMEN WILL BE ANSWERED! ,Kouch wears clothes! in size 16, County School Board on a Funeral services will be held and he was a member of the

,, .. as does one 13-year-old daughter possible property trade and at 10 o'clock tomorrow morning Church of Christ.
$ ASK YOUR QUESTION I FIND OUT City Manager Don Harts at the graveside In Rose- Survivors include his widow

; WHAT KELLY'S STANDS ARE! A 19-vear-old son also wears field will review the dog con lawn Cemetery, with the Rev. Mrs. Irma Huckaba of Bartow.M'

a size 32 waist, neighbors said. trol situation. Caxton Doggett, pastor of the a daughter, Mrs. Faye

.'Jl S THE ONLY GOVERNOR Sizes were not available for, The board of adjustment First Methodist Church officiating Cleod; four sons. Ellis R. Hue A

o,4 four other children, but their will submit a proposal for and the Lakeland aba of Bartow Everett

:. : CANDIDATE TO INCLUDE A ages are nine, five and two, and modification of minimum floor American Legion Post 4 con Huckaba of .Norfolk, Va., Au

PLATFORM PLANK FOR THE two-month-old twin. space requirements In new ducting the rites Dukes-Steen bry Huckaba of Hopkinsville

-L'lOAL kDVtH.TlsYKi'lfNTIN ; home construction. Funeral Home is in charge of Ky. and Samuel K. Huckabi
WOMEN OF FLORIDA! TH.c i t i'T" oUII"TENTH !-- arrangements of Lake Wales; two sisters,

JUDICIAL CIRCUIT CATTLE AUCTIONS Leona Houser of Lawrenceburg,
I POLK COUNTY, FLORIDA.IN I Tenn., and Mrs. Jessie Wisdon
FRANK H.
CHANCERY : GARRCTSON SR.
.. JACKRONVIU. lAP) ClMltrtUir( of Bartow, two brothers, Howard '
Tuna 1'; cnn iNK-krt! SO Frank H.
j Garretson
11 AM. Uuir nri_ prrtallMl H raiSin tuition Sr 80, '
film No 271 and 01 le Huckaba of Law-
m rk u last sock. Kmlpti at Itrtitrkn. jof the Carpenters Home
i.Ai'pu rums ) 9100 campcrtd .700 sect died Mrs.
his mother,
last rencehurg;
1"01111111. .erll.r night at the home after an
II 1I..h, ClMM. Ella Huckaba also of Law-
'" ,
"' KUU-I1WI I Ibf 1000.21 M, illness of several months. He
TUESDAY APRIL 14th. HARRY RII" r'iisaii. !)1 i 1.U-: IM" It 00-20 M tUndtrtf iwas a native of Illinois and renceburg; and eight grandchildren -

NOTICE TO DEFEND HtUHMOo SOO-SOO 164 1ISO-JJOO Icame to Lakeland .
TIIR HrATb OK H/1UIL.4. '1'0Th. ilnadird 111 M-lMo 2'4 years be held
ubtiMiminrd defendant I Ct Utility H 501150B ago from Detroit He was a Funeral services will
ft,... t VtUllr UM-I M' 10:30 at the
Horn Thursday at a m.
: retired
WTVT-TV CHANNEL 13 : Oaad 250-asia lbs tt 00-15 00: carpenter a member of
who rtpldemt-l unknown ilMd.rd lltoaiMVMltri Whidden Funeral Home Chapel
the
,
You are h.n'iV otlfleil teat a ]-2tO cevu. OoodM Baptist Church and a 32nd
MI It f.'r di\.>r. hiix Ix-en lied I (4-10 tO. .faJ 1Y'se-n't so.stOuT. I Degree Mason. with Blane Cook officiating.
...... CI.....
imi-ln.t voit In Ii abmi- antltledUMM Wildwood
,' uid' Hint 3'aars herebyn .. Oood _IOU lu 5500-5550. Survivors include a daughter, Burial will follow in
r'qiir"d t.. "'1\eu ,'cpy of y..", "'S1ra'tioaJ45s.too isa 1100-1110. Mrs. Ralph Griffith of Detroit Cemetery.

Join the Ranks of Women Marshalling Behind the GO-TEAM Candidate !It .upon.w>I f! n.M.I ..HIM Kiilaht wrltt'il, plaintiff fenaee atII medium Gown Uedlum II 00-It 00 ISWMIOO I and a son, Frank H. Jr of
:
trI,,, ml II.... ,.Idr."", I. J' 0 Cal< ('mined* O od 210-500 Ibe Union Lake Mich
.. 50 00-2400. medium 1750-2150.
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714 Lakiei
Florida
on or Funeral services
l.Iri i ICS Km day of Slay A.n. l and burial,
Dukes Steen
IIHI. ,"rt, l>.(,"rf or Immediatelylh POULTRY 6 EGGSTAMPA /will be in Royal Oak, Mich
..r> nttir to file with the Clerk Thornton Memorial
Home
of the .live styled Court the la.u Is in
JOIN or ,
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d.(.ne., ", If any. turn wciht sad C Iint pedfl&05 !
II"'u Salt In da ,". decree) pro ,
pant I
.not..-.> will h. entrmt airulnitI We'.int
A eartentti
I I f",i th, I silt f deninniled In Ue J-M .40<4-45 m tO I I 310 S. Florida
'.on' "mint' tar 14 ea 3* '41<1nMiidlpl :::. 'O THORNTOH.
CMlff WiT;<;jo'-q tin hnnrt and Jloa )4ii'it'm4.: J. I
th.1
il 1 ,.f "If:I. ,. at Rartow omaS tao. .- .1)) s .: .MEMOR'' LHOM
N i of Hctntleul quality ,4 i.a.. :
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liElll "II t II'I 'ii In IM nil dny MriMr In torn* IeralUle> . . I Phone MU 2-3123
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GOVERNOR/ Alii"0' I ii fill' I. WtMlftali I "rlc.. on Multrf e'.k"d ..... A... i I
l" ,II .KfuAV: 1R I Ii up aVfirmi: R.nt bps.' I lu . .M\I "
i nO i ir mi, rmirt, no solos I >ns 4'-5 II) Ctent '
:.I. 1,: \ ,M,,:I \ l-lirMH: I 4-4 4 Ibi 05-Ou m,,,. ..01" ........ ambulance service

11 r iht lull Kelly IM Cavtrim C >p i ,, 'It I l''i''i'' 11. rk I under ported t 1 Iki..Deliver nt luihvrt OS ollur prl "a. n i.) iil'i drtplaati :,:n I . ...,................-, I

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Florida Drowning Deaths I ., .d. . ', "'""-.,. .': '.c'j ', : '.,:.- ""' .. ........ .. '.:. ." .. .. .1 Gem Thieves OILY NICKEL I! Monday April II, W4 I

; C'{ y .. ; :; ; : 'ra.& I" t" f--' : Wear of engine valves Is believed LAKELAND LEDGER
; : \.111. iiI'
( < ,
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Exceed Toll On \: fu'c'tJ1c.: to be reduced by additionof
Strike

Highways! ;tf /JeUL. .:... ..' ; c.e,,; \'t ,' ll.... ...j\ ,.N"., Q' rFctr'J"fj"Jl'. i. AgainAt small amounts of nickel] FIX BROKEN DENTURES
By THE chemicals to engine oil. As the ay 50aMIw18A
ASSOCIATED PRESS: and drowned before companionscould : PLATE.WELDI
At least seven persons drowned rescue him. T MiamiMIAMI chemicals decompose a layerof Amiinc PlATf.WILD. '....1... I 10.....,
over the weekend. Roadway Traffic l fatalities Included nickel li believed to be plated I,"saki A> ,..:"t..ih Uc r. et.ATR.WrIt I flow uilh
accidents claimed six lives. three In Florida BEACH (APAn man incicKfnl' 1 method. "|<."..( (orECKCRDS
pedestrians two of them Temperatures And Around The Nation at points of wear on the rub he-. 'rt>..... Washs pnlntly svesy5W
Three persons drowned In the children: David Griffis. 5, of Italian countess was poorer by If .to.q back. Only iI 1.91 .t _
Tamlaml Canal west of Miami Jacksonville, Ryan Jenkins Me- Station H L Atlanta .............. 67 SS Memphis ............ 66 57 $90,900 worth of jewels today after !. bing surfaces of the engine AND OTHKR DRUOOI8TS
They were Andrew Emanuel, 28, Gregory, 3, of Shallmar and Miami ..............82 75 Boston ..............61 38 Mpls-St. Paul ....... 63 51 thieves -- -- ------
John a. Stephen 28, and 4.year- Charles Viizlnl. 79, of Miami. Jacksonville ..,.....78 '. Charleston .......... 71 62 New Orleans ........ 80 73 gem made their third
old Morris L. Cochran Jr., aU of Other traffic accidents killed: West ........... 84 ............. 64 54 New York .......... 57 43 rich haul In four months froma
Key Denver
Miami. Madelyn Murry, 14. of Jacksonville 73 .............. 51 31 St. Louis ............ 68 50 fashionable suburb here.
Norman of LAKELAND ........ 81 M Des'Moines ......... 61 36 San Francisco ...... 70 K FBI and
: R. Winter 33. agents local police
Michael Powers, 70, of Buena Ocala ............... 88 60 . ... .. BIG CALL IN
Vero Beach and Thomas Hill, Detroit ....... 71 52 Seattle ............ 53 43
Vista called in
drowned when his small Orlando ............. were Sunday afternoon
28, of Gewlston. 82 61 Fairbanks ........... 24 13 Washington ......... 72 53
boat capsized In rough waters of Pensacola ........... 72 68 Honolulu ............ 82 71 Toronto ............. 64 45 when a woman identifying herself FLORIDA1G,79O,4O
the Gulf of Mexico near Tarpon Tallahassee ......... 80 60 Juneau .............. 42 34 BAROMETER as Countess Ciodmo Massl
Springs. FIVE DAY FORECAST Tampa .............. 87 64 Kansas City ........ 80 45 7 a.m. 30.17 mlliano of Tangiers Morocco
Linda Key, 12, of Fort Pierce Temperatures through Satur- W. Palm Bch. ...... 81 74 Los Angeles ........ 73 53 1 p.m. Sunday 30.18 said she had been robbed.
drowned after being knocked off The theft from her plush 1 bottles sold
her feet by a wave In the Atlantic day are expected to average one apartment. she told entire apparently -
to four degrees above normal. she;;
SI occurred while was '
I. f : r.r:1\\ <"'d ,
n
Orlando Boy Drowns Normal highs range from 79 to Y A ApOSJOY swimming at a nearby pool. .. ..

Michael O'Donovan 6, of Orlando 84. Normal lows range from 58 The 52-year-old woman told
officers she
was a member of
apparently fell I into a at Tallahassee to 66 at Miami the board of directors of Mar-

canal near Lake Hart while and 72 at Key West. Some scattered mi, wine and liquor manufacturing I
boating with his family. showers are expected, and Importing firm
Al Shaw, 47, of Leesburg. mainly over nothern sections.
I Jumped out of a boat on Lake Precipitation will average aboutan Thieves invaded the Racquet tCHO
Club: apartment of tobacco heir \\
SPRINC04j
Beaton Wildwood \
inch.
near Sunday
I Richard Reynolds III and his \\
L rty wife last week and escaped with

Tko Uk.lond' Planning end Zonir| Bard will hold l e $100,000 In Jewels.
Public HtarJnf .t 1:30 ,.m., Thunder, April 16, 1964, lathe Last January actress Eva tARS
City Commliilon Room, City H.II, Lokolond. Florida, to 1 Gabor and her husband were '1 .
COlI';..' Hi. followini ilomii, ; hlgdl.aWMeq beaten and bound by two gunmen

.. ..._t .. .h..... f>.m ...>.....tl.l a.t (tw. family Is who took a $25,000 diamond
C 1 .. I apartment
(lack uMlvitlan tocx.4 an ha west '* pstuo SPRtNe1'ltARS
.4 M..t.... A....... aautri af OM. Susan. I Racquet Club

a. RMIIM t* chanta Iran ...,d..a' M.I (mania' family) I
........ .... I Ia'
to
C S ( "' ) *anln al ifi W..hl..._ Park .uWI.I..... ....tad an tria aautli .d. I .......::.;e .- ALIT
af lot ttnrt. M a. .: ::;. : I . ..aMAwOWrnIOM ,, ., /- OLtiJtClOSPHINC
RXUMI to arianM fram Mma-antial A ( family to .
C.t ( ._.. ) aanlnt .,'.." ,..t..... bill I thrtuoh S. AMN/e..Se11m. 'NS.s4oau.c.l.t.w. S 0' I
I'I..k T. a' InMOlaehan. "...hto 5ukdlv3Uen. Unit I ( ... ... I .- \\ \
M tIIa IW ',d. a' ".S. a IaarIw ...dl. ..uti! .. 5kunwasossu. rnswmrk.nr \\\ !
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publx it Invited to ..p,... thtir vlows on ttitio ,ll.4w.uu.ar". w, 't. oc k ,d0 ;S" ;
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ARNOLD RtipacHully W.lubmitttd MATTHIWS., WEATHER FORECAST-Sklat Moro t* b* cloudy with tompororuroi In rho lOi ta"a,. I:F: j

Sac,,,.,, Rom; forocoit for tho ,M"l>ondl'. was toracoit to move ..uth.... by .... Tu....,. Cold Cross ONE .
Invodine the mldw.it ond north th......... continued sin sad )
Lakaland. ".""1,,, and Znin| BardTOMORROW ilihrly cooler tomptroturti for ': :-..
most .f the ltatl.", (AP WirophotoVcaticrcosf )

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weather will continue In the : ,. still one
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IF YOU ARE HARD OF HEARING Lakeland area through tomorrow I of the best ways a e

DON'T FAIL TO ATTEND weathermen said today A-Mostly cloudy and mild : to "clean up" ,
There is a chance of a few through Tuesday. Widely scattered :)
GRAND OPENING brief showers late tomorrow I showers tonight. Lowest '"'=J'.N.: < old bills.

afternoon they said. I tonight in the sixties. R ...Wes I NIUCIVd( w
HEARING "IF HEARING IS YOUR Southeasterly winds will\ blow B-Partly cloudy through I ,/' BOURBON
12 22 Tuesday with some scattered .
at to miles an hour during -
AID I PROBLEM BEL TONE IS .
the daylight hours, dimin showers likely beginning this
CONSULTATION YOUR ANSWER" ishing to 5 to 10 miles an hourat I afternoon or tonight. No Important IM. .yN . .andthe I
I G.A.C. Finance Corporationstill
night. Moderate humiditywas temperature changes with
207 E. LEMON ST. indicated. I high today in the 80s and low ] has one of the best con

EXPERIENCED HEARING AID CONSULTANTTO The maximum temperature I tonight in the 60s. H .. thing solldatlon is handled loan plans. Every \*
on a umpll-
yesterday was 81 degrees, the C, D-Partly cloudy and mild ,
fled basis, with the tees.
ADVISE YOU \0. paym.nttermllUrtd
i tn. ?R t It.rlal
minimum this morning was 64 I through Tuesday. Some scattered JHI. !M'"
war to suit you and k
o FREE GIFTS FOR EVERYONE degrees, and no rain fell at the I showers likely on Tuesday. your pocketbook.
e BATTERIES-ONE HALF PRICE city hall weather station. 1 Low tonight in the 60s.Let's ,

.. ., Nrjroetia'
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PRESENTED BYHEARING- LOANS UP TO $Boo

E, F, G, H, 1-Partly cloudy G.A.C.FINANCE- tTaasiivw'lly
tB.12l1oJ1Jl SERVICE 1 Play Bridge through Tuesday with no impor- .

tant temperature changes. Low
207 E. Lemon St. Ph. 681.3450 '
tonight 65 to 70. Southeasterlywinds !> naorok nml l
more ] 4M |' 'i
By ALAN TRUSCOTT CORPORATION
10 to 20 miles hour
-- -- -- ---- per mall for tlii!> 4'C/roc > Kolloiirfion ..,.... ,
ng( I
> -' which Is today diminishing some Tues 128 West Male StrutLikilind
H : Italy sending its NORTH (D)
= := :: : I strongest team for the World .AKS day. flirlds nJlII'uII'II'1i mill aegaafesAk
--r _. _ Team Olympiad, starting here V K3 J, K-partly cloudy today and T.l.plss.Bt8S193
a N f < t, May 1, is slightly favored to AQI83 Tuesday. Low tonight 70._to 75. ___ .
'" : \ ----- -- - n -
'E; fir ', tI < . defeat the powerful teams .AQ1074
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I States Britain and France. A 4 A 1082
\ Qualified for the Italian VQJ1074 VA88 S2J9S2 %
J team as a result of trials that + 744KJS

'',", ended in Modena Italy, last 482 tt1t
.. Sunday, were: Giorgio Bella SOUTH
'. ,' donna and Walter Avarelli; A AQ J976 JV \
Camillo Pabis-Tlccl and Mas- "
simo D'Alelio; Pietro Forquetand .K10
.x d S Benito Garozzo. This lithe A983

same team that won the .
Both sides were vulnerable
1963 world title, with the exception -
The bidding:
of Avarelli who replaces North East South West p-
:
Eugenio Chiaradia.One .
1 1 Pass 2" Pass
of the teams most like
1W" 55 \\\\\\t\
3 Pass 3" Pass
ly to upset the favorites is
4 A Pass 6" Pass
Canada.
Pass Pass
Anchoring the squad will be I
West led the heart queen.
Eric Murray and Sam Ke- .
-- ---- ---- -- --
hela both of Toronto
Murray represented North spades li the club suit. The
America in the 1962 World textbook treatment is to take
Championship and was the two finesses by leading twice
outstanding individual star of from dummy, but this be-
i the Fall Nationals In Miami comes Inconvenient here. 1 t'\\\\\\
last November. South needs to draw trumps \\
24 it's Kehela was rated by some first, and can only achieve
. after years judges fie best individual in two entries to dummy by \
national tournament play in sacrificing the diamond suit.

1963. The right play is to draw
time for a change. . Together they won the Life trumps and lead a low club
Master Men's Pairs In Miami, from hand. As the cards lie, 1fIIII""'"

and represented Canada with this solves everything, but I eas.M,.wcw.eL
distinction In the first World South retains many chances,
Yes, in the upcoming election, you Team Olympiad in Turin, whatever happens. If West 5.J ON A NEW.. .

the voters of Polk County will be select- Italy in 10 when their plays low without hesitation _Uiu:: =:i
squad almost deprived one of and dummy's ten loses to \ m'lH

ing your first new Tax Collector in 24 the United States teams of a East's jack, South ruffs the D =: GENERAL @; ) ELECTRIC
place In the finals. the heart return and runs his =' =
years fNow Murray and Kehela will be remaining trumps. Dummy r :E:"::

well supported In the Olym retains four diamonds and one
piad by Sam Gold and Ralph club. If the diamonds fail to _
Is the time to vote for and elect Cohen, both of Montreal; Dr. break declarer still has a CENTRAL SYSTEMINSTALLATION
Ron Forbes of Parry Sound chance to guess the clubs.People's .
GEORGE K. MILLER, a successful businessman Ont., and Jack Howell of ;

who offers fresh ideas and a new, for- Toronto Bank

ward-moving, full-time approach to operat- Winners Gold and In Canadian Cohen were Trials the Lists WinnersOf =iTJ FREE $3O INSTALLATION ALLOWANCE

winners of the Canadian Trials 1r
ing the Tax Collectors office more effi- held last October. One of Door Prizes DURING APRILINC.
the most exciting deals in
ciently and at a lower cost to you, the tax that event Is shown In the -
diagram Some pairs overreached Winners of the door prizes
payer! themselves by attempting given by the new Peoples Bank
seven spades, a at their open house Saturday p
contract that needs a 3-3 diamond walked away with some extra i I

For new efficiency and new economyin division a poor chance. ordinary gifts as the bank open-, 1 11 $2000PER
The diagrammed bidding .is ed its building to visitors and I t
the Tax Collector's office, vote for straightforward. South's great well-wiahers. I ,

playing strength and fine con- The first prize, a color television -
GEORGE K. MILLER, your next TAX trols justify the immediate set, went to M. L Rush, MONTH

COLLECTOR . I Jump shift and he does not more, 2311 Dille St., Lakeland, I
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allow himself to be diverted the second prize, a portable
from spades by the possibilityof television set, to John J. Harrison -
playing in clubs When 710 E. McDonald St.,
NVote North shows disinterest in a Lakeland; and third prize, a
for new efficiency and economy In slam by bidding a simple four transistor radio, to William

the Tax Collector's office . spades over three spades, Cook 604 S. Missouri H'I
North bids six spades at once. Lakeland.The E. J. MADER
If South attempts to explore children's prize, also a, .
for a grand slam by television set, was won by I ,
bidding five hearts, West can Paul T Thomas of PO. Box

TAX COLLECTOR double and East-West can (36, Auburndale. 947 South Florida Avc. Phone MU 6-2173
GEOIGE K< MIUHN. then save effectively In seven Children drawing the winning
hearts over six spades. tickets were Jimmy Ballard, 2,1
South's problem in lix and Terry Ballard, 5. j fI j
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/ LAKELAND LEDGER, Monday, I 1N4 "But Wo Don't Stand A Chance With A Ghost Like You !", If We Give Aid




LEDGER EDITORIALS' To The Russians




Not Bargain?
N P II fitf'r Why


DAVID LAWRENCE at this horrible men and the
Why The Rivalry? By
WASHINGTON There reforms we'd have to make

difference to cure it./
seems to be a curious

Speaking of modern myths, as Sen.J. gling and bickering with governmentand of opinion between raised"Then his somebody hand and may said, 'whydon't have

William Fulbright of Arkansas did worrying about defending the Premier Khrushchev and Sen
J. W. Fulbright as to we try Uncle Sam first?
the other day in the field of foreign philosophy that profits are good for ator .. :
who the"devil"really Maybe we can get out of
policy, there is one on the domestic people. is in the things that way. Maybe he'll

front that needs to be reexamined.It Reduction of unemployment is nota world today. give us something'"

concerns government and bus! government but a business problem, Not long ago,

ness. Far too often, the connectingword Peterkin maintains. Believing that the the senator Arkansas, who is "THEY SOUGHT a ID-mil

is "versus" government vs. only answer to unemployment Is more I chairman of lion-dollar loan once didn't

business i- or the other way around. employment, he suggests a network of S the SenateForeign they?" was the next question

One businessman recently called business councils around the countryto 4'cIIj Rela and Professor Nutter' repliedas

work with both federal and local tions Committee follows:
for some serious rethinking about the said that
myth that government and businessare agencies to create new jobs, lend the, American "That's what they hope for.
What they would like
more
necessarily rivals or opponents, or money for new businesses, assist Ij t, r people must LAWRENCE than anything else is someway

that they are and of right ought to be placement services and exchange information + 1 r overcome that the trade with Com- to get the resources they

separate and independent. about job opportunities. myth munist countries is a compact need right now and defer the

In the opinion of Daniel Peterkin with the devil." Now Premier payment until some other
time when they hope they'llbe .
Jr.. president of Morton Salt Co, business ! BUSINESS LEADERSHIP efforts Khrushchev says In an extemporaneous in a better position to take

must assume leadership in solving canot be independent of government speech ministerof in Hungary care of it"Professor
: "I, as prime
some of the nation's pressing economic efforts. For its part, business must the Soviet Union, am readyto Nutter said that

problems, both at home (unemployment recognize that government is a partici- take credits from the devil maybe the United States

and abroad (the winningand pant in the economy, not just an himself if the rate of interestIs should take advantage of
) ... . ..xrr*
.
_ '_' ._ .... advantageous to my country "these periods of weakness if
keeping of markets). umpire. l /", But I won't deviate one we're going to get any
"Markets," he said "are too chal- millimeter from our position" changes started. He was then

"THERE WILL BE no major break- lenging and world competition too l \it' '-- There Is no question but that asked:

through in business growth and earnings vigorous to allow U.S. business and the Soviet premier was refer- "Under those terms, was the
wheat deal a mistake?"
to credits from the Unit
he said "until these U.S government to hold each otherat ring
problemsare
ed States as the news dispatches "The way in which it was
solved Unless they are, he as- arm's length." plainly indicated. It Is done," replied Professor Nut
serted "we shall have to be content As for figures in government they It- f J> !l GJi -... a coincidence that this very ter "was a mistake. We

with shaving a few pennies from costs must realize that it is not always expedient week "U.S. News & World Report" should have bargained
published a copyrighted Mere negotiations is by Itself
now and then, improving existing in the long run to attack and Voice of the interview with Professor G. harmless, but too often it

products and jostling each other about publicly castigate business, either in t glej Warren Nutter, head of the results In appeasement and

In existing markets" particular or general. : Economics Department at the surrender. If it was desirablefor
President Calvin University of Virginia, who, the United States to use
The initiative for establishing a Coolidge once
This i Is The Ledger's after a tour of Russia In 1957 the sale of wheat as a way of
new partnership with governmentmust said, in one of his longest sentences, P and In subsequent studies, has currying favor with the Soviet

come from businessmen, he said. "The business of America is business." steadily exposed the myth of

But It cannot as long as a major partof A motto for our own time might be, Tins .4iron, .l p.f. .H.r. the nwto* .'1 .*. .pini.a..a mitten of current Inttrttt (. rho Soviet economic power. He
business is dirortol column. It wolcomn th. .pinla..5 ,..4... in tho did this at a time when others : Y rlJl. l
their energies is dissipated in hag "The of business America. Y.ip.t tno ,..,.. Column. Letter must that the Rus [ lrt
were predicting
b* lign.*! end .I..r tko writer' '. .44,_, out
nom<* will b* withheld open request. A letter should not sians not only were going to .. ,
exceed 250 wordi, end poetry cennot b* ....4. Th. Ledger ,....... th* tight to reject eny .letter of catch up with the United ,

.,.... it. Opinion .t tolvmnieti ..4 ....., contributor oppoor ........". on thi. ,*(.. States, but would overcomeour government, the theory which
I lead in various fields. Professor Nutter expounds


Prayers And PressureThe But Was She cattleman the waitress got more for the than meat.the 'Out With Roar his PROFESSOR Interview stated NUTTER flatly In such would, the transaction mean Soviets that,should was before approved have any

It takes
10 to 19 years to that the Russians are deep in been required for example

U.S. Supreme Court decisions handful of persons involved In the Really A Lady? develop lifetime a to cow Improve herd. a It ranch.takesa Or Whimper'EDITOR economic trouble today, par to get out of Cuba. Certainlyif
ticularly as a result of the the Soviet government not
banning state-composed or state-or- court cases. EDITOR: How fortunate for There are millions and millions After gamble they made in 1958 only withdrew its military"technicians" '
This has two how- of acres of undevelopedland : reading when they embarked en a
edges the
argument residents of this com from Castro'sapparatus
the
dered Bible
and reading in
prayers In the nation that would many letters by readers
ever, It is usually overlooked that at munitylWe your heavy military and space program but also simultaneously
public schools have resulted in a batchof make excellent ranches and castigating Senator Barry believing at that time took away its agents
the time of the court's most recent decision apparently have a terribly stock farms, The United
proposed amendments to the Con- droll editorial departmentin States Goldwater, I think It is time that the agricultural problem and subversives from all other
38 states of the Union did not stockmen pay advalorem somehow has been solved. But
The Ledger, as illustratedIn tax, Income tax and .0 m eon. e interjected some Latin-American countries
stitution.No require religious activities in the public the side-splitting editorial other taxes. In case many of a truths. The reason people are the gamble, according to Professor the United States would be

less than 146 congressmen have schools. Many states absolutely for "Stogies and Southerners. war, a sound cattle, sheep and so awed and taken aback Nutter, has plainly better off than by merely approving -
bya
(Relating to the failed, and he added: a wheat deal and get-
introduced bills to modify the First bid them. jailing of hog industry would be a great
Mrs. In firm stand is because we "I think that their internal ting nothing else in return buta
the
Peabody St.
Aug. asset to the It
nation. could
Amendment to permit religious exercises Of the 12 states requiring religious
ustine demonstrations). preserve our existence.We have been lulled by our weak- problems are really quite few dollars of profit for
in the schools The House Judi. exercises eight have far defied the serious, serious. Their
so There is one point, however: kneed leadership in Washing very some wheat dealersPREMIER .
destroyed our Industry
ciary Committee will begin hearings could's ruling.It what qualifies Mrs. Peabody to appease Cuba.sugar Now ton. problems in relations with the KHRUSH

may be asked whether a changein to be called a lady? It seems we seek to sell the cattlemen Every time totalitarian east European atellites are CHEV'S speech in Hungary

soon.Polls have shown that the over- the Bill of Rights, the first sinceit as though the policemen in down ''the river likewise Don'tbe system has been a confronted and serious more and aggravated becoming all more the was also significant in relation -
by to the whole controversy
question were correct In leaving international
whelming majority of Americans oppose was adopted in 1791, may not resultin their stogies between their importation of all silly.beef Stop, pork the force, history proves, it has time. In addition, they've got between the East and the
the Supreme Court's stand. Because eight states having forced at least teeth. Now for the benefit of and mutton. backed down. The Commu the problem of China and the West and the "foreign aid"

of this, it is often asked why 38 others to adopt practices they have The Ledger editorial staff, let's COWBOY PINK WILLIAMS nists admit that they were in- whole munist splitting bloc." of the Com- program. He warned the members -
of the East
these millions of citizens should be heretofore not deemed necessary or go"Massachusetts over that again.Belle" actually Is the credulous when we made. no "Should we help them try communist bloc that European the west.

forced to bow to the wishes of the even desirable. a lady? Do ladies Involve- An Appeal For attempt to prevent them from to adjust?" he was asked. ern "imperialists" were try
themselves In demonstrationswhere building the wall In Berlin. "I don't think we should Ing to run the world by offering -

jailing is inevitable? Had we taken a firm itand, help them out of their current "a piece of bacon or
Civic economic difficulties without, goulash" in the form of
And do they travel hundredsof NeatnessEDITOR
miles to challenge they would have backed down. at the tame time, getting credIts. He told his allies to
I It'i amazing how"rights Again, in Cuba, when the some change in either the political be careful not to involve them
Pity The ExecutiveWith titles are grand : How many nice water to Guantanamo was climate or their intern. selves too deeply with the
deteriorating with neat neighborly people of turned off al system . .
the modern "one we reacted In a United States, but said, In effect -
world" con Lakeland have to face "Now, the alternative
Yours In a schoolgirl fashion by layingoff they'd there was no harm In
cept. the
the sole exception of the hus- wonder if there is not time to get rid "humor" bonds of "trash can" that is very sel a few Cuban workers and like to use, I think, is to geta taking something for nothingas

band, the most misunderstood personin of a person who cannot do a thing dom after taken in by neighbors deciding to ship in water.If nice gift from Uncle Sam.They'd he himself would do.
JOE SARGEANT III the trash is picked up? our freedom Is like to get some out From the Soviet point of
the world is also worth living
but
the executive. Not long right, to reflect that he prob- I have passed homes side
many for, then it Is worth help to tide them over view it seems easy to satisfy -
ago the Washington Post printed a delightful ably has a wife and 10 children, and where the trash can Is very for . If we stand firm dying, we their troubles, so they can merely with increased trade

little piece (author unknown) that anyway someone else would be Tip Sometimes seldom taken in. It eventually risk war, true; but if we yield patch things up and have some of the would-be spokesmen -

which explores the plight of those just as bad if not worse; to consider becomes an eyesore in the and retreat and appease, we enough time to make adjust- for America, especiallythose

fellows who are envied because they'rethe how much simpler and better the work More Than SteakEDITOR neighborhood.ever see how Don't the these othersin people dom.will certainly Do give up our free for ments a while.that might ease things business who with are Khrushchev"ready to "do-in

ones who "tell else would have been done if had doneit the block we want to go out "A decision
everybody one or street tend to with a roar or down with a to try this alternative the 1960s as so many West
what to do. We print it here in the himself in the first place; to reflect : Often when you this important weekly chore? whimper? may explain what erners were ready to "do

hope that it will interest and amuse sadly that one could have done it rightin eat a steak in a cafe you tip LET'S BE NEAT CONCERNED they have did last year. They may business with Hitler" in the
sat down and said 'look 1930'.
the business executives of Lakelandand 20 minutes, and that as things have ,

Polk County turned out one has had to spend two

"An executive has practically noth- days to find out why it has taken three

ing to do except decide what is to be weeks for someone else to do the work Local Vote Registry Action Imoortant 1
"
done; to tell someone to do it; to ]listen the wrong way. -- - - - -

to reasons why it should not be By RALPH McGILL believed to be a promise to Justice a
done should be done Publisher of the accept the court order. Department sent one lot for those who will govern. cal government and respectfor
; or by someone of its assistants who made-
There
Goulash SchoolA Atlanta ConstitutionOne are but three main it by using it to deny this
else, or done in a different to with millions looking on the
way; of the more inexplicable THE FEDERAL areas remaining, according to basic citizenship right. Finally
follow up to see if the thing has been new term has entered the vo- contradictions of our did not wish to government enter- televised proceedings a the Justice Department, the federal governmentmust

done; to discover that it has not; to cabulary-"the goulash school of com- time Is the filibuster againstthe the case Mr. Eisenhower was quiet acceptance earnest appeal of its for local where Negroes are unable to protect this right. When
right to vote and the denial responsibility vote. These are Mississippiand and if this becomes
ask why to listen to from the patient and exhausted necessary
excuses munism every
under
; referring to Nikita Khrush- the federal of
of system
the ballot parts Alabama and
by states possible approach to obtain is there then anything
person who should have done it; to chev's new emphasis on providing a ana counties local action When nothing Federal. The governor refused. Louisiana. The departmenthas but complete intellectual dishonesty

follow up to see if the work has been full dinner pail of goulash in every at the local else could be done, troops came authority then be- offered evidence that and hypocrisy in pro

done properly at last, only to discover garage, or something like that, for the101.gsuffering level. were sent and kept at Little Certainly necessary President Johnson devices registration is prevented "by tests by governors or other
Such actionscan absurd
that it done i Rock to sustain the Constitu- has so that they public officials against "inter'
was incorrectly; to point Russians. every desire to use the "
serve onlyto are cynical
ference"
tion of the United States and by "Washington"?
out how it should have been done; to This is not to be confused with "an make inevitable the federal authority established mechanisms for Surely we now are mature

conclude that as long as the work has old galosh which is what Mao Tse- federal Both President Kennedyand Yet sustaining, there the right to vote. IT SHOULD BE obvious to enough to understand that
remains stubborn
been done to let it stay as it is; to tung once called Mr. Khrushchev. the! action of Attorney General Robert and angry resistance to what those that filibuster and thoseat only when local government
of the local
expense Kennedy, and members of is the most fundamental level who deny refuses to act does the fed
local govern civil the right to vote that
the White House Staff, spenta they eral authority become necessary.
right that of
ment since I i considerable time trying to casting a bal- themselves are weakening .
obviously, the
avoid the riots that finally
constitutionalright McGilL took place at Anniston, BirmIngham
LAKELAND LEDGER of a and Montgomery
qualified citizen to cast a ballot Alabama later
and. at Oxford
cannot, finally, be with
Mississippi. Personal
-
appeals Potomac
O."D"III If'.n COWLII n1 held. Failure to act by local by telephone manyof Fever
Imperial Polk CountyWorld's =::4 I J f=7-M NARRLON NAMM h.,I V. s government state countyor them and personal dl.D .-
JR-
tdibr rT.R city will require federal
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Citrus ; action.
Center
-r "d..tn.. D".t.., ,. CH"UUHUOIT. . By FLETCHLR KNEBEL
AUdit. .C" NIAR.ur Both
IAILI", C.cu.t. ......uct.m.n.val." M.N.NRY Kennedy the Eisenhower administrations and -- Pennsylvania's Reports of LBJ's speeding force revelation of other traffic violations:
Gov. Scranton *- tends to decelerate in heavy traffic.
sought earnestly to avoid fed- stops on "go" light Always
The LEDGER'S eral action The Johnson administration
telephones: All Departments- 86-1151 *
follows an Identical -
ions
cuss by White House and
course Justice Department assist Henry Cabot Lodge Fugitive from justice after hit-and-run rap la New
SUISCRIPTION RATES President Eisenhower, when ants and by the Attorney General Hampshire Charges filed by Barry Goldwater.

HOME DILIVtHYi confronted with the Little himself, were used in .

Or. ,..r . . . . . .$2140 On month It. .. . $ 1.9S overtures Rock case to, Governor made private Fan- an effort carry to have out local its government own- have Robert to walk F. to Kennedy Atlantic-City.Driver's license revoked by President Johnson. May

SIR month . . . . . $11.70 W..k . . . . .. . $ .4$ bus When these had failed he iworn obligations. All failed. *

Tkr. ...."th. $ 5.IS One per r by mit . . $26.00 met the governor at Newport Nelson Rockefeller -
Rhode Island Followingthis WHEN THE UNIVERSITY lane during Heavily ticketed for over-time parking In lover's
Mr. Eisenhower asked of Alabama was ordered to honeymoon. ,
Published afternoons and on Saturday and Sunday morning by help from a group of Southern admit a student from one of *
governors, headed by the Its Negro Richard Nixon Nailed for reckless i
colleges, President driving after forcing
Lakeland Newspaper Corp., Lakeland, Florida 33802 then chief executive of North Kennedy again made a personal ditch in California.. In penitent mood after paying;! fine. press' bus into

Carolina, Luther Hodges. plea in behalf of the it
They met with Governor Fau- federal system a relianceon Barry Goldwater Repeatedly nabbed

I- bus and obtained what they local government. The ing Model T in fast lane. Charges he's victim on of interstate police expressways state tactics,for drtv-

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.y f. 1 Beverly Noble EngagedTo Mrs. Bankss Hospital Auxiliary Heads



Rev. David Kennedy President Set First Board MeetingMRS. "


Mr and Mrs. Paul B. Noble . Of Auxiliary The newly elected officer

1121 S. Hartsell Ave., have announced .. .- of the Lakeland General Hos

the engagement of : Officers of Burgess E pita! Auxiliary have called
Banks, Barracks 433, Veterans:
their daughter, Beverly June their first board for
s of World War I, USA, auxili- r t meeting
to the Rev David Crichton ary have been elected and In- tomorrow at 9:45: a.m. at the '

Kennedy 116 E. Rigging, ton stalled. The installation was hospital board room on the

of Mr, and Mrs. A. C. Kennedy held at the Magnolia Building second floor, Mrs. Roy Mau- ;

of Coral Gables. Civic Center rer, president, announced. pc
The couple will exchangevows Mrs. Opal McKeever and
on May 23 at 10:30 a.m. & Mrs. Prestie Huntington, both Other officer are Mrs.

at All Saints' EpiscopalChurch. l of St. Cloud, installed the following Frank DeMayo Mrs. Harry

All friends of the cow officers: Kucher, Mrs. A, W, Bryant,

ple are invited to attend. Mrs. Betty E. Banks, president vice presidents; Mrs J. Howard

A graduate of Lakeland ; Mrs. Ruth Kennel and Carlson treasurer; Mrs.
High School, Miss Noble is Mrs Mildred Fredrickson,
Walter Merkel recording secretary
employed by General Telephone vice presidents; Mrs. Marie
rvM Company of Florida. Gunnell. secretary-treasurer, I ; Mrs Roy Blddle, corresponding

The Rev. Mr. Kennedy is a Fvlvn Mulhearn chap- secretary.
>A graduate of Coral Gables High lain; and Mrs Mamie Baker Mrs Melvin Estroff will be i

School University of Miami coal'u. In charge of the program,
and Nashotah House Nasho- Delegates to the district con.vcmtion
pee ,, during which Mrs DeMayowill
tab, Wis. He is serving as k ';' in St. Cloud on April
i curate at All Saints' Church. MISS BEVERLY NOBLE 25 were elected as follows( ( : discuss the structure of
- -- Mrs. Ruth Bejerky, Mrs. Susan ROY MAURER the charter, Mrs. Phillip

r , ..M.,tI Evans, Mrs Baker and Weaver, the memorial fund; A

t; I ? M"Y Mrs. M. Birdie Felner. and Mrs A, M. Pickard, the I
4 ',f. f
,r % It was announced that Mrs. Religious Groups'PMAVm fund.
scholarship
Banks would bestow badges ,
of honor on three outstanding POM TH( OAV-P f t Bylaws revisions will be
I i h.lplul Sri i? > m.m.nl of mri\\.
HONORED ON ANNIVERSARY-Mr and Mrs. members of Florida SouthernCollege' Isl lion and : hour of tinOH submitted for approval by

? Fred Wild of Holiday Mobile Homes Park were honored at a ROTC co-sponsors at or sight DiJeiij.4UlT08 Mrs Robert E. Williams

surprise party by friends and neighbors on the occasion of a formal review on April 22 .Y Members appointed to the

their 50th wedding anniversary. More than 150 attended the at the college campus. Many board of directors will be an-
APOSTOLIC Hit SCHOOL night
LAKELAND LEDGER Monday, April 1J, 1964 S department and national officers i
fwirprise party at the trailer park's recreation hall. Arrange. - have accepted invitationsto tl.Ye mrld.1 BlYei.'T. 8 0.m. at .rboui 137a E. nounced.All SWARMING

Iments for the event were made by the couple's daughters, attend. PAUL LUTM.It.N, .mull '01blr. members are Invited to
Bertha Cole Club AccordionistTo err "' 7 3Q B mCHUItT .
Mrs. Esther John and Mrs Charles Leismg both of Dayton. LUTHIHANirbool R nd., attend.
Ohio, who were unable to attend. Mr and Mrs. Wild who staff mrftlni. t pm it ho"'. ---
To Have I TERMITESAREA
SupperBertha tfJiJdJzL JT Mr. David Poltom. 11J1 wlndiU I
Were married in Dayton April 2. 1914 have lived in the Lake. Entertain Ro.Ii. I Th. Fluid In '..uly C.r.
land area for 28 years. Cole Music Club will tuts.., I IAPOITOLIQ for the DiwrlmlnoHM Women
------- -------- Moose WomenThe LAKE WALES HOSPITAL tlnl SCHOOL, 1377 '
have a buffet supper tonightat a. Memorial Blvd, 01.11' cl..... S' I VISITEVERETT
8:30: o'clock at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Charles John. 5 DILI CLAss 730in I & OLIVE
Rev. Armes Reports On homemaking chapter son, Route 3, son, April 3. p foMMUNJITV tJ hn.oo05 ...... 11.111. I BEAUTY SALONVSRSTT WARNING
Mrs. Charles H. Walsh in Winter "
I Mr. and Mrs.
Arthur .
night program will be presented Elliott nVINTN..AY ADVSNTIIT.1 ( M. RUCK PRO.
Presbyterian Synod Meet Haven. Co-hostesses will by the chairman, Mrs. 811 Henry St., daughter, April lo .oclrtj.Mr L5T0 D JO M.,v.lln m it" Iridrrrli 1114. N. trmontfit Wovoi $*T50Compl

be Mrs. G. H Kennedy and Brooks Henderson and her 4. CMRIST. 4 pro. VKW Hail|:edna rm.tlo.pr an ': .t from upOMX
Miss Catherine Young committee when the Womenof Mr. and Mrs. Gorden Ber. tlcf. 7 :30 p m, it horn of Mri Huh- T frl. Sv. ky A.tt.
The Rev Willard O Armes nard, 149 Winston Ave.daughter .rdpussy ur.1. nIB DUI.* Drlvt I, "FiI Ave. MU 6.$991 I
erty was guaranteed to all who Mrs. Ellen Is the Moose meet tomorrow pmtavTmiAN, W..tmln. 1031 $ .
|'pastor of Kentucky Avenue believe in the "visible and Meharg study night at 8 o'clock at the April 7. tt.r cur, FrnbrUrr, 10 im. la Flint j jIWX I,
and director The
Church program Moose Lodge on Lake Parker f- *.',*/ ,.'vMtMtXaM.,* **,--'-. I II
Presbyterian returned of Lord to
personal return our hymn of the month will be Drive I -......- . -...-
ecently from St Louts, Mo.. earth so long as that belief Is .
presented by Mrs. Lisle. Stratton Mrs. Henderson will introduce
here he attended the general not otherwise inconsistent with Gary Ruhle who will

ynod meeting of the Evangel. the system of doctrine of the present several accordion selections -

jical Presbyterian Church. He Bible and the Confession of Gary Is the son of
has reported the following aoft Faith and Catechisms the Miss/ HeymannIs Mrs Henderson's co-worker

that took place at the Church." Mrs Arlene Ruhle. He Is a

fmeetlng. Name Recommended Bride Of student of Leon Pasternak.
Two conservative Presbyterian Members of Mrs. Hender

bodies took the first of (3) Both synods agreed to Mr. Leach II son's committee are Mrs. I a ,
{three formal steps toward becoming recommend the name The Re. Howard Russell, Mrs Sol-

one denomination. The formed Presbyterian Church, Miss Judith Ann Heymam, Alexander, Mrs. John Black, ( 6 1ys a

141st General Synod of the Reformed Evangelical Synod. Route 6, became the bride
Presbyterian Church The Reformed Presbyterian Clyde Lewis Leach II, 130' Daly, Mrs Pete Thomas, Mrs.
|m North America (General Church Is descended from the Lake Morton Drive April 3 1Nahunta. W H. Garrison, Mrs Jimmie
I Synod) and the 28th General Scottish Covenanters and hasa Ga The Rev. E. H. Stewart Mrs. Kenneth Beebe

I Synod of the Evangelical Presbyterian continuous history in the Morgan performed the ctn and Mrs Charles Renna. ,
Church both voted United States since 1736. Four
mony.
(almost unanimously to ap- presbyteries and 27 congregations -
The bride is the daughter of Husbands InvitedTo
(
prove the union and sent the support mission activitiesin
Mrs Jack Chiurazzl of Los
[measure down to the presbyteries Kentucky, India and Korea Angeles and J. C. Heymannof Attend Meet k
of the i The Rev. Samuel Ward pastorof
respective .
Harvey Cedars, N. J. Paients
( hurches for ratification If the Reformed Presbyterian LAKE WALES Husbandswill
of the bridegroom are
jthat is given, both groups must Church of Coulterville, III, be guests at a joint meet- ,
Mrs. C, L, Leach of Orlando
approve the action once moret was elected moderator of that Ing of the Woman's Council of M
and the late Mr Leach.
next year's synod meetings.Plan group the First Christian Church tonight :
The Evangelical Presbyter. The newlyweds are living at at 7:30: o'clock

Approved Ian Church, with 12 presbyteries 130'/i Lake Morton Drive Mrs. Mrs. Lyle Murdock will pre

Forty Reformed Presb ''ter. and 80 congregations, Leach is credit manager at sent a program on the Inca 1 .
an commissioners and 103 grew from the separation of Mather of Lakeland and her Indians of Peru, showing filmsof

Irom the Evangelical Presby. those holding to the orthodox husband is a car salesman for her trip to South America. I If see
prian Church gathered at reformed faith from the Presbyterian Harold Fussell. Hostesses will be Mrs Strat- you

owntown YMCA In St. Louisd Church In the USA ton Story Mrs. Frank Correll, I BEN HILL GRIFFIN'SRecord

approved the plan of union (now the United Presbyterian Mrs. Preston Pickles and Mrs. flying antsaround
these bases: Church) in the mid1930.. The Lakeland, Terry Turner i
jl I) A constitution based onlie Church maintains Covenant ;

Westminster Confession of College In Chattanooga, Tenn., Polk Performancet
faith In an early Americanrm Covenant Seminary In St. County High School PTA of your

with only minor changes Louis and missions activitiesin Meet Postponed
he Westminster Shorter Cate- 10 foregm countries and the Date Book ,

ism In its origin! form, the United States. The Rev. Don Mrs Lanier Upshaw, program FACTS-NOT FANTASYMy house you
arger Catechism with minor aid J. MacNair, pastor of Covenant TODAY chairman of Lakeland

| h a n g e s, and presbyterian Presbyterian Church of los OPTIMIST pm. it cant CLUB a..t.ur.nl Of LAR5LAN.. High School Parent-Teacher

urms of government and disfcipline St. Louis, served as moderatorof CIVIL LAxILAND AIR esTao4 SQUADRON LocI.O51... TNI AuDortN7tD Association, has announcedthat may havetermites

similar to those now in that church.Dr. m LODOI a. raAM. the April PTA meeting Fellow Polk Countians:
se by the two denominations Gordon H Clark, professor tiled cammunlciuon, it 7 30 f) m. itWiwnle has been postponed due to
(2) Resolutions Identifying of philosophy at Butler 1I1..eI.Teraplt. All fKltloi ...U1.ItD conflicting school activities In seeking public office the past eight years, it has been my practiceto
the churches' stand moral University in Indianapolis and TVtIOAVLANILAND The data for the meeting I
on OMIOOC CLUO T 30 new ask support solely on the basis of my qualifications and recordof
your
ssues and ecclesiastical associations chairman of the Joint fraternal Ira it Likrltnd' 'tMm.\ItI' will be announced. i
Disclaiming any at' relations committee which has CLUB LAKILANO. 7 pm II Mirchtli RMIIU'LAKILAN'O'AIIV'CLUO : _I performance. I renew my pledge to you, in campaigning for the State '

empt to legislate for the memo discussed details of the union : ml MIN,.1Din.r.i. I MOVED TO Senate, to run on my record, not against my opponents! 'Swarming termites

bership of the churches the since 195S presided at the ion lr eliu building it (30, Lodwlrk in il iII vita- I are a definite warningof
[resolutions nonetheless listed joint sessions of the two denominations air. Miami Fti.,r, 118 W LEMON ST. Accordingly, I offer a few of my accomplishments, while servingyou
LAKiLAND IXCHANO.I OLD D, I "
(specific evils in modem society while I mutual 130 pm it thr C.d.I..loo..nl.. lanier as State Representative, for your information and guidance: termite attack,
LAKILAMD SO ARC CtU, 11 It : Upshaw,
and warned against associations problems were discussed. Both D'AUMMAO IaSLR1: ,po, INC. S since 1957 obtaining Dr. Thomas E.
all citrus
in religious activities churches have laid plans to 7bmpl. Kaiinuil.: US M. K.nluckr ocI 10 .rkl". /..... _4rsaNela4m. Played key role in legislation says
[ with churches which have re meet April 2.8, 1965, at the A OARSLAND CNAPTIR M....... A..... InV.nee vital funds to fight Mediterranean fruit fly and Snyder, world's

jected the absolute authorityof new Lookout Mountain campusof C, ;wig tune n or to iian it 3rAt: I spreading decline and spearheading industry Improvement
the scripture In another Covenant College near SlORAM6OaA.LONOMOndDION.' 4W foremost authority on
OIA TO TH1 SAOTN.SMORM005 Od measures.
1 resolution, eschatological lib Chattanooga. LOCOMOTIVE I '. 5101 IIIDI termite control. "If
Si lor bomeeomlni on Miy 13 SHOPWARNOCK'S funds eradicate the screw
all M ktountrr Led effort which provided to
CIub1 S7,151'eomm.o, :
lid? uildlrf. Cloir Vi,.. SnUlitioBor worm which threatened our cattle and game. you see them .near
IwJw. grow .
M..ron\Am, \ It'L.b,* .Id.
710 *
m I
\n biunmnl of Miinolli Hulldlnrnl.r ... C Helped fight off an Orlando attempt to grab the District your home
(.1v1 Ceoter. All S1a111p 00 1.,101. l.Sit. .
Build Dictates Type Ool0I..3 CLU' 2 D III In For Lakeland's Best 1 Court of Appeals from Lakeland and Polk County recommend you
ol..Asn t"
far will butlOM follow. :All ti Sri m.:Rnuimmiint .. Mnr I FURNITURETILL I e Worked for the legislation which provided cattle and phone Teimmix."

Accessories To Wear > or nllrr InvllrdtHOKTNANO CLINIC, 10 D lit I industry representatives on the Air Pollution Control Old)] homes and
(, I JO > m. it Llkrlind, Bu'lnr i
.. Commission have been instrumental in getting
utltnt on L. W Ill. iDonMirtdi appro-
By JOSEPHINE LOW MAN Scarves bloom like flowersIn a I.:ilg !;i :.ALUMNI NitKnil Beer.tarlre ;- I EVERY NITE priations for APCC operations new homes are being

the spring. If your suit IATIOW., 7 39 ... It .on.1 safeguarded against
8'.nd..eI 1.11. inm.eg Com .nr. i' C Introduced the first automobile scat belt law and other
Your build and your silouetle has too much braid and too IOU a. floridAt...
should decide what many buttons to warrant jewelry wIDNnyyLASILAND tMRINI CLUO meets 9 P.M. key traffic safety measures. future termite

kind of accessories you wear a scarf of a contrastingcolor .: 11>. BU Club fit 1111 v.m.LAHILANO TILL damage to $5000
courts to fines up
authorizing levy
neckline ART CLWO. oil paint- MONDAY THRU FRIDAY Supported legislation
and where you should place tucked In the I . it tit in.. Mr.. Mir*
them to be most flattering adds a touch of Individuality.The L irtor. Innlrncttri oil' inlnllnf with. 102 I. Mtmorlol' 11.4. for air pollution violations. by guaranteed and
Pins are popular this yearto consultant I am quoting IM Cornell d wnrnt MMMM. ..it. olltilnt-10 im. .,,4 Ky. A... .
to. fromw: . .:. e both elementary
personalize a suit or a feels that since these look. Ci,.rim Holderi to 10 porUilt D m In.trurlo"r.hir. MU 2-:222 Supported strongly measures improving insured Bruce-

dress. If your shoulders are alike suits have a fairly tailored Mnrrm ill it idmlnuuiuon OoldTborouth: 7 iuildini.30. 10 and higher education. 'erminix Protection.

the wide inner place edge the of pin your close jacket to scarves appearance are the, most chiffon i feminine AlrporLcNAptta C,. Pit) 51ST55M005.. And*" I C Fought a severance tax which would have put our phosphate Phone' us for skilled

and below your collar bone. softener n"wf ILNOHA StrntSK'nit1 MIOtKAM LOOQI 4, companies in an unfavorable position in the world

If you are a small woman Beware Of Bulk mnu st 5 pm. .1 t'.unu? Dar6naL I market and would have endangered our people's jobs property inspectionand
with a small face, set the pin However, unless you are LAMS 533 LOOOI 5 imoor: m.... ate reliable
midway between your shoulder quite tall, beware of bulk. p m WilT.' 1114 VIHOINIA w Mm CLUO"I.. ln.. fromiinolll NOW AVAILABLE e Helped push the law which provided for private indus
Criss-cross the scarf smoothly Bulldlnt. Cl'lo Crnwr. itim attract to recommendations.BRUCE .
and neck and as high as II for Buns Lcko RwroiUoa I trial development corporations to industry
it will look well. under the jacket Instead of Park. R1.4 eo director of the
WILLIAM I. .1I1t.ND 121' YIW Polk County and Florida, served as a
If your suit Is plain but making an ascot If it's an .ol.r ....lIna al m. at V'W
has with no buttons open jacket use a small chiffon Home Old WID..r 515J5 Road nt first one, which has already helped financing of new
flap pockets .d. : MI.a.
attack a large interesting scarf and knot it jauntilyat .!t-1.DOld'! ,: Ofllc.:1:1 EtERiN1IN Polk County industries.In TERMINIXCO.
to one of the flaps the side of the neck If
Place pm it on an upper nap if you have a short neck you studying this record it should be obvious to you just where my .

ou are short and on a lower are probably better off with. concern lies in the interests and welfare of Polk County and its people.I .

flap if you are tall. out any scarf. II/N have worked tirelessly In past legislative sessions for the benefit of 111 Ntw Avkvm4 l Hwy
bracelets INN
Pin An armload of .PARTY
As a general Splashy rule. if your does not go( with this year's rim v ALL Polk County. PH MU 2-6129

<:lIt is plain and only trimmed longer never,sleeved flattering jackets.if the ThisIs arm I invite you, as the campaign moves ahead to compare candidates OrWINTER
a
rig splashy with braid pin you(unless can use you Is fat or the woman is short. hAd,. SC C..ul__ for the State Senate post. If you feel continued diligent, honest and

ire very short) or a set of One or two plain narrow ,' The that dedicated effort will help you and our county, I will sincerely appreciateyour HAVEN
smaller pins that come in so bracelets are best for the' plastic support. M 6th Si, NW.
{ many colors. But if your overweight short woman or PHILLIPSFABRICS I holds dentures firm
I PH. CY 3.1234TERMIMIXm
and for this year's Jackets.
I fJit: has four Hap pockets
[Hid buttons or important * I and comfortable! 'I' Yours for continued progress,
If would like to have I
I small pin you
!frog closings one leaflet "Clothes to Fit I06S S. florid1.Phono .
|'IS best. my EZ '
MU I-I2II :
t Never wear dangle earrings Your Figure and Personality"send v4

I1 with a very short-stranded a stamped, selfaddressed This Week's Special ..'" .... ree.cIod MI *
>::klace. It presents a topavy envelope with your requestfor
.
Printld Aniiov
the leaflet number 54 to Josephine 59'
look. Either forego Lowman in care of SATIN y' Candidate for State Senate
them with
:rrings or balance

';3 strands of beads This The ledger. Not Grow 54"PLASTICS Ophoiit nr rd. s7F Drila Store* ... Nationwide, locally owned termite
if Tomorrow: "Why < ilit Ml Ad lor kr Im Mill O'lrf.H i fort
especially, a round Important fad or a short you A Garden.. And A Good Figure I -RBI I Iw'I .U t.n.tor Cimpi.. fond. 51* Neil Griffin Jr. Treat I''rot.r.tio end pest coiUol vvvlctWILDS '
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Monday, April IS, INI


WASHINGTON WallaceVote REPORT : ,itat. UB, PubIiX Tbt1e& Temp rature: :


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GoldwaterBy FULTON Helped LEWIS JR.


WASHINGTON It was Kniizevings
not his intention, but Ala 1 1
1
bama Gov. George Wallace
has given Barry Goldwater a
hefty shove toward the Republican -
Presidential
nomi-"

nation. ,
His surprising(, .; _' ................._.._A 45. .......u._
showing in the

W Is conslnDemocratic % I J I&z

primary hasdemonatrat A Penny-Saver Limit 2 PleaseBLEACH Swift's Premium Tasty

what Goldwa-1 edl qt. 10 c' Sliced Bologna I .U'OK.pkg 39 '.

ter strategists I size
have long argued Sarasota Brand Chipped Beef, Ham or ,

that LEWIS Red or Yellow Hawaiian Turkey 3 fe: : 99* i,
there Is an un- . . .
dercurrent of resentment 46- 5
against those who would push PUNCH. . 3 tons"- 1. Swift's Premium Ber-B-Q Beef, Pork orSliced ,

"too far, too soon" in the desegregation 8-=. *
campaign.A Morton's Plain or Iodized I Ham pkg. 59
top ranking Democrat I '
viewed the vote results and SALT 26-or.
told The New York Times 2 Lean Center-Cut f
that Lyndon Johnson may be 27cpOlii
in for real trouble: "So the
polls now have the President CHOPS

winning by a landslide. That's; down produce latter j
fine But when a universally!;
disliked racist from deep in
Dixie can get 25 per cent of Firm Western IcebergLettuce lb. 59' _
the vote In a state like Wis
consin I'd say we're all in ,
for a hot summer. And who 2heads29'EITHER
can dare predict anything?"
The Wisconsin results indicate END OR WHOLE
that anti-Johnson feelingis
strong in the bluecollarareas PORK LOINROAST
where John Kennedy
polled well In 1960. As GOP
Congressman Mel Laird pointed J.
out, Wallace ran strongestin
the Democratic wards,
especially those in Milwau UAIah

kee's Districts.4th and 5th Congressional Pt au Oa.,,:

Republican State Chairman
Talbot Peterson added:
"While the rest of the state
was casting about 20 per cent
of the total vote for Wallace,
Democratic areas gave him lb.
30 per cent and more" q c ,
Wallace got 30.9 per cent of re
the vote In the 4th District,
an area Democrats carry by
as much as 31. In the ad-
joining 5th District, another
Democratic bastion, Wallacewon {
30.1 per cent of the total PRICES
vote. !/ S ;i
'
Leading state Democrats EFFECTIVE -
have explained Wallace's R 'S ;
MON., TUES., WED., r
showing as the result of an J
elaborate plot hatched by APRIL 13, 14, 15, 1964 % I .. I
GOP voters who sought to P t
embarrass Johnson by cross '
ing over to vote for Wallacein
the Democratic primary. f
They have argued, too, that & 6
Wallace's support came from \'
I
the reactionary supporters of \ IIr
the late Sen. Joe McCarthy IIt
The facts do not bear out the e 1v tII
Democratic alibis. IIt'
1. GOP favorite son John a
t'C
Byrnes, who was unopposed, t'J
,
actually polled more votes (

1960's than did Republican Richard primary.Nixon in e (fr
2. Wallace ran a poor thirdIn ,
McCarthy's home area,
Sweet or Buttermilk
winning his greatest supportin
Democratic centers. Pillsbury's Biscuits
The Wisconsin results do not
bode well for long-entrenched
Democratic bosses in North 6 r.g. 49c M
.
ern industrial areas. The civil tans
rights whiplash will be particularly I
felt In such Democratic
strongholds as Philadelphia Mrs. Filbert'sMARGARINE E
New York, Chicago,
Detroit, Newark, and St. r
Louis cities Johnson must
carry by top heavy majorities 1.lb. 4o
if he Is to win the big 2 49c .
North.electoral packages of the ctn. ft'j3 til I 1k! '. *, r+a"" '

The Wallace margin has
given new impetus to the
Goldwater drive. Backers of fJefJ ell foods
the Senator Insist that nomination -
of a Rockefeller or a
Lodge would drive back Into
Minute Maid Frozen
the Democratic fold those voters
disgruntled with I the ORANGE JUICE
Democratic position on civil

rights.Goldwater is not a segre 36oz.99c
gationist. He has worked hard e
for Integration on the local
level holds membership in '
the Urban League, and has Patio Combination
contributed to the NAACP.
But he opposes any headlong MEXICAN DINNERS
drive for integration directedby
federal bureaucrats. 12.oz.
Former Vice I President 39c
Richard Nixon gained also pkg
by the Wisconsin vote. He
has argued that Negro lead

era are damaging their cause 5O J W FREE O 5O1"WO115O
by extremist positions, and I V 50

the has rights cautioned field.moderation in J" Green Stamps J" Green Stamps

'' !c:_;::>, VIA his eov_t>4 twcfcu*hK2 I ...Hk All' CMM**t4 tun****.. *" " r"i' '"

Supporters of Pennsylvania I' ,, DMER MAVIS TALCUM POWDER OR 20 BELOW FREEZER PAPER : r '
KISS
Governor William Scranton <:-: TALCUM POWDER
lo-oa. size 59c plus SO h. roll 5IIIMrNWN..NTIle. :
tax
will their

to draft step of him up the for drive President.Leader campaign is State I 8 V V U ItMUrN V U 0 0 Wrdw 0 0 0 ANTI 0 0 0 I..0 IINI 0 0 0 S S()V V VJ\ VJ\ VJ\ VU1\ U.VJ 11141\ V V V S 1 WelCom& WHERE SHOPPING IS A PLEASURE ,

GOP Chairman Craig Truax, .
t.. Fotida!
who hopes to get 500,000 !50mEFTeA0
050 !50
EfW'fl.reAmso
write-in votes for Scranton in ; 1 GIVE

April the Pennsylvania 28.Truax. primary J" Green Stamps J;l Green Stamps VS( Iu \
c::::: < H
.... .
Is circulating more with I rAIINuI 4 >..d<....h I (* All COUBM.4 W>dl.M Wl
than one million write in g. BROMO-SELTZER CARNATION INSTANT DRY I Y FUND ..
stickers throughout the Commonwealth I c::::: large rise 6ge ten 1. t. pkgs. 89c MILK'f' ,.

of,them to be and used expects by Scranton half- fl..roo WNw ANTI U. TIN, r::;:, r::;:, 111.1- WMw q ANTI .10 IINI. r't;;; ,
ooooooooooooooooooO
j
partisans. ooooooOOOOOOOOOOOOO
Scranton called a special i.. ALL LAKELAND STORES OPEN ,

day press to conference disavow last any Thurs Presidential !5mEF TeAm50: 50m Te\tA; SO .I r AT 8:30 A.M. j

ported ambitions.to have been He is dismayed re- J" Green Stamps Jj l Green i'iillIX[ 1 '
c:;:: Stamps
.......... 1 1
.d.lA
at the miniscule number g w MUM 4 of write-In votes (102)) he STRAWBERRY PRESERVES LIFEBUOY TOILET SOAP I M A R K R T B
received in the New c::::: t
Hamp 18 1065 S.
-oa i jar Sac Fla. Ave.
shire primary and by his low ;; fll.._ W...., Awil II, |M4) r.1; r.1; 6 reg. sire ban 58e I
ILNrN WN. ANn 11 all41 .
In
standing public opinion UJOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOQ Grore Park Shopping Center
polls of Republican voters. 'j QOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOQ

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I 7 1 I LAKELAND LEDGER Monday April IS, 1M4 7I
.& Annual Industries 1 1n '
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Dinner Scheduled ff / ,, I..:: "E'Dr.: SWNESS: NIIISi.: I


.' J dhz .I'" fri. .t.fLl( :... '

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Tomorrow NightThe .i 11" .....d-t:. ..1.


:' I STOCK MARKET FLASHESNEW I I
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second annual "indus expected to attend the Invitational ,.
tries appreciation": dinner will event, designed to show f %
be held tomorrow night at 7 "appreciation" to the various 5
YORK (AP-The stock Sperry Rand up Yt at 18 on Unchanged were Boeing, U.S.
o'clock at the Lakeland Yacht industries of Greater Lake-
Club. land. A: market was slightly higher In 3,000 shares Steel and Pennsylvania Railroad -

Host for the occasion will Similar dinners will be held moderately active trading at the Other blocks included: El Paso .
natural Vi at 20 on 1,100
:
gas up
be the Lakeland Industrial tomorrow night In many citiesof : 4 opening today. shares; General Electric up % American Airlines rose % to

Board and the city' department Florida In line with a request -' Gains of most key stocks at 86% on 1,200 shares; and 50% on 5,300 shares, Radio
from the Florida Development -
of electric and water b were small Ford U at 55'/ 2,000.
Commission. up on Corp. was unchanged at 35%
Utilities. , Sears Roebuck gained % at Standard Oil (New Jersey) .on 4,000.
Several hundred guests are Attention Sought 106% on 2.700 shares. rose /i to 85% on 4,000 shares. On Friday the Associated

I The state agency Is seekingto I jj' United Aircraft opened on 4- Polaroid advanced 1% to 172'% Press average of 60 stocks rose

1 Two Lakeland the focus state's national emphasis attention on cre-on , 000 shares off '4 at 48V$. on 1,400 shares J.O to 303.9.

ating a highly-desirable "at BLUE CHIPS

I I'! High Students mosphere"industrial for firms.new and present ;W F--k-r4 ? r- e. 0.L . .

W. S. Myrick Jr.. chairmanof 4' EADil4( Ti4FAPE I WUVDOK'T U I 1 5UPIb5 "IOUTHINK
; Win Awards Lakeland's Industrial board MAIM, TALK TO WE \ :M JOY

.s will preside at the Yacht Club ?iEON ? I ONcemAWHitf/! / HEADING FINAL

Two Lakeland High School dinner One of '* l - -... __ __ "" _' _.-__ __ _-__.__ .... AAAKK6T PRICES/.
the
publication staff members won highlight evening
t' places in their respective contest will be the designation of the

I at the Florida Scholastic city's "outstanding" Industrial PARKING UP THE RIGHT TREt-That'i what. this City .f WinUr Haven build,.., It dome.,

!!' ,Press Association contention in executive of the year. The II torn ....-...4..1f. Hiouiand' d aj **4 dying citrus trail bin. biting the aW and raitlnfclou1 S M

Orlando during the weekend. honor last year went to .f smoke oil tcwird mart beautificatio* for the <(fy. (Lodger! Phot By Rlchla)
I Cynthia Klausner, daughter of George W. Jenkins, presidentof
Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Klausner Publix Super Markets Inc.

603 Lake Holloway Drive In addition to Myrick. mem-
bers of the industrial board Winter Haven
: won second place in the on-the- Doing Something
spot news story contest: and include Paul E. Naylor. E. E. LATE STOCKS *
Kelley Jr., THis Edwards
Barbara Slade daughter of Mr.
i
and Mrs. Martin Slade 1047 Jr Charles, James H. Stein F. and Mummey D. A. About Trees Killed FreezeBy The I

Avon the yearbook Ave., took contest third place on the in Troiano. By Daily InvestorBy

Board members are appointed
academic section of the annual.
Eighteen high school students by the city commission. DON RICHIE Freeze" of 1962: and city citrus-tree-pulling campaignand '0 WILLIAM A. DOYLE | plain about work out as the
representing the newspaper and Ledger Staff Writer fathers are doing something those who are not unsightly ------ Q. On AprU 2 my broker sold "minimum" (standard) com mis-

yearbook, attended the three- 32 Frat Members WINTER HA V N-"Wood- about it. and bare would. be in NEW YORK for me 270 American Telephone sions for stock or rights in that

day meeting with their advisers man spare that tree" a So, If you have seen bulldozers a matter of months. STOCK EXCHANGE "1 Telegraph Co. "rights" at price range.Q. .
Miss Virginia Davis and Miss Crowd Into CarLOS clarion call in protest of wan- caterpillaring up to Innocent About 1,000 trees have been $:2 a right. The broker chargedme

Hazel Haley. Mrs. Jacquie Bell ton destruction of Cod's largest looking citrus trees uprooted and 1,500 are mark. II am commissions of $14 on the I purchased some Montl-
high school English teacher ANGELES (AP-Spring leafy things has certain around the city and literally ed to go from vacant city lots Price sale of 200 rights and $II on the cello Raceway B stock about

and Kikl VanderBorght foreign time exuberance pops up in curious limitations in Winter Haven's. bowling them over don't fret. and private residences which Air Reduction ,,,.. 58'/ sale of the other 70 rights-for she year ago at $1 a share.
.: exchange student, attended as ways among youthful situation. It's aU in the interest of beau- have requested the service. Aldens a total commission of $20. This harness raceway has shown
. ..*.. .....,..*.. NS
If I had
special delegates. members of the species Homo Dead and dying citrus trees ty. Head of the overall city I Allegheny Ludlum sold the rights Increased profits for several
is Here's the latest. have dotted the Haven civic tree is marked that 44'4 through AT&r. "rights agent"
Miss Davis, who retiringthis sapiens. Every beautification project Willard Allied Chem ... 56 years But the market price of
year received a life-time Amid grunts groans and landscape since the "Big will go to its final rest In the Fredrick chairman of the Allied Stores <% (Chemical Bank New York the stock keeps going down. The

membership in the FloridaScholastic' gasps for air, the Phi Kappa Chamber of Commerce beau. Am Bosch .,,.. 61 4 Trust Co.) I would have had to first dividend was paid on 'this
Press AssocIation. Theta fraternity at Loyola University tification committee with immediate Am Cyanamid> 1414 pay a service charge of only stock In 1962 and the stock

She is one of the founders of claimed a record Sundayby Haley Skeptical About direction of ,the citrus Am Home Prd .,. 62 67I% three cents per right-for a total dropped to a new low. Ia 1963
and served stuffing 32: of their leanest ,$ of only $8.10.It I the dividend
the as Increased
organization -pulling campaign under Am was 50
Hospital.. ...,...... 23%
secretary and treasurer for six members into a standardsizeauto Dave Giddings. Am Mach & seems to me that I paid per cent and the stock hit another -
sedan. Cold War Hearing End Frdy 18% 11.80 more than I needed to. I new low.Shouldn't.
years. The project delayed by recent Am Metal Prd 2lAm ,- feel I have been cheated. Do I
rains and the Florida Motor 1614 deserve the market price of

WASHINGTON If words before. To adapt his own apt Citrus Exposition here has Am Res 4 Dev .. 24'/4 A. No.any Your sympathy letter? shows the slock be In direct relationto

: Haven Students Compile could be accepted as facts figure of speech only Immature been in full swing for about Am Seating NS that you knew you could have Its earnings and prospects?

then It might be concludedthat children and idiots would two weeks and should be fin- Am Tobacco ...... 3514! sold your rights through the A. A really evil mind would
the Cold War i is nearingits place much faith in his cur- ished about the first part of Am Tel & Tel 138 that
45-Page Speakers GuideWINTER May. said E. L. (Al) Davis, rights agent. If you didn't know aspect you are trying to
end U.S. Rep. James A. rent remarks. We Indeed must Ampex 17 i it before you made the salehrough get this column to "tout" your
executive vice of the
Haley of Sarasota said in his wait for him to act In accord C. of C. president Arlz Pub Ser .... 3514 t the.. stock. If that's the case, you

HAVEN A 45 According to Evelyn Wagner newsletter from the Capital."It with his announced aspirations Armco 7414 broker it's may be in for a disappoint
Guide has been project chairman for the club was President Truman and I would advise Operation Lauded Atcha top .,. 28V your own fault ment.
Speakers
.' page compiling the information and who said to his later deep that we hold our breath while Work in the Northwest sec- All Refin .. .. 56% This was all First let's establish that the
compiled, printed and made preparing the booklet has taken regret '1 like old Joe (Stal. waiting for him to act," Haley tion, particularly Havendale Auto Can ..... 14'/ explained I In stock you mention Is Sullivan

. available to club organizations the entire school year. The in). He Is a decent fellow.' said. Boulevard, toward Lakeland Avco . 22: % detail, In the County Harness Racing Assn.,

'. by the Winter Haven Senior booklet Is bound In blue and It would be easy right now, "Why does Khrushchev and and the Southeast and Cen- Beneficial ...... NS literature AT&T Inc., Class B stock. That com
Beth SteelJlawKnox ............... 37
." remark of the % sent to Its stock
High School Cooperative Educa- gold covers printed on the vocational to something why do the Chinese Communists tral parts of the city are near- pany operates Monticello Race
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tion Club. department's hand sort about Stalen's successor. talk the way they do at ly completed, with only spot- ; 28%( holders at the
lorg-Warner ..... .. .. way.You
The Inside are Nikita Khrushchev, if one Is this time? No one knows for cleaning left to do. 4iyii time the rights should have known that
lists more than 250 press. pages Brunswick ......
The guide ..,,..... (|
/ Issued.
listen were
mimeographed. unthinking enough just to certain. But the evidence is Davis said he considers the the stock was highly speculative
speakers, entertainers and resource to what he says and to Burlington 46% AT&T appointed (risky) when bought it. You
Students participating in the strong that both are in deepening operation a "real favor" to Burroughs you
persons, the majority of the record of the 231/ Chemical '- consider tried-
forget past economic troubles due Winter Havenltes not only as can hardly It a
project were: typing Rosemary Cat Tractor
Winter Haven fl'x, DOYLE
whom live In the he said Bank, New and-true investment.
to the socialist system they a part of the overall beautification
Boone June Cox Dorothy Celanese
Persons listed in the directory 71Yi York Trust and That "first dividend"
area. Marie Fairer Questions Demanded have loaded on their peoples. plan but insofar as Chenetron rights agent ar was
are grouped accordingto Daniel Marilyn citizens can'bave dead and iChes 29| ranged for that bank to buy 01;r only two cents a share That
their general field such a. Tindle.Pat Tyler.-GI.en.1Sroom. "American leaders, Khrushchev ThV.Chinese' maintain discipline dying trees .removed for & Ohio ... 70'\, sell rights for stockholders alI t "50 per cent Increase" you cite
agriculture arts and crafts James Cox Linda Everage, has been noting with : by stirring hatred of flat $2-apiece fee where the Chrysler o\81)j) that nominal service charge cl r brought the 1963 dividend payment .
education, religion masters of Shirly Downing and Sandi Giles; grudging; approval have foreign devils. The Russians process would ordinarily cost Cln Gas & Elec 26? three cents a right This was I to three cents a share
ceremonies entertainment, etc. mimeographing Jo Ann Bunn enough 'common sense' not to accomplish the same end $10. Cities Ser 66%, a convenience to AT&T stockholders That doesn't add up to a big return -
In addition there is an index and Pat Dempsey; indexing start a war. 'Onlya child or through repeated promises of In with thecity' Coca Cola .. \V\: to whom the rights on your original invest
Bra n d a Hammond Sherron better living standards cooperation Colgate Pal ... o\2Ya'
giving the location of specific an Idiot does not fear war, were issued ment.
office of service
I subjects In the booklet. Lewis and Alice Ward; proof- he asserts In answer to the meanwhile hoping for Western director and the public fire department Collins Rad .... J8J- Instead of using the rights It would be interesting to
Elizabeth Douberly credits and other 'sucker aid city Columbia Gas ........... '
reading taunts of the Red Chinese. the Chamber's committee 29% agent, you chose to sell your know how you keep track of
Bill Jensen Joyce Addison and toward this end. Com Credit .. 41
Furthermore Khrushchevsays is Interested in over rights through a broker. There'snothing that stock's market price It'sso
tension Sharon Bemard! publicity the Soviets 'do not wantto "But it obviously Is not In all beautification of high. Con Edison 85% wrong with that. DurIng low-priced that U'. not

: Mike Alexander and Sue Crow Interfere in the Internal affairs our national interest or in ways, parks palm tree plantIng Con Foods ... 50 the recent AT&T rights normally quoted in any news
indigestion ell: printing Roger Dulmage and questions of other the Interest of our allies to and up-fix-up-paint- Consumer Pwr ..... <46j offering period some 40 millionof paper. By calling some brokers
and Robert Wrsy distribution countries.' help either branch of this Red projects underway all to Con Can .,. 46% the rights were traded on the we find It is currently
up
Richard. Carr Betty Cox, "If we could accept all this conspiracy against I world make Winter Haven a con Cont Oil 63 New York Stock Exchange quoted around 50 cents a share.

? I Rick Neidringhaus and Ronnie at par we might concludethat peace and freedom."If tinually more beautiful city, Ctrl Data 88%' Now, a broker naturally Many people have been disappointed
\ Rizer assembly Lorraine the Cold War Is over the Soviets finally are "We consider beautificationone Corn Prds 64% charged you a commission. with harness racing
I Hanley Helena Walkowiak But the predatory record of prepared to conform to civilized of the most important Crown Cork 33% That's why he's In business. stocks. Only time will tell how

Slop It rijht away with TUMS Charlotte Brown, Charles law- Communist Imperialism, which custom as we of the projects the Chamber can undertake Curtiss-Wright 19% And the commissions you com' :yours will work out.
antacid t,blet.. Today' food Sylvia world understand it Den&RIoRR
TUMS fortifiedtpd ranee Gary Simpson, forces us to maintain a huge western or support" said Davis 20%
taitlnf te thln(.era Mglt potency- Braddy Patti Durrance. Wanda and economically burdensome and practice It, they must adding "and we believeour De Soto Chem NSDr. Latest Latest
relief . iwutralin all *.eu Henson Jean Hornsby Diane military establishment also prove it not by words but by city Is beginning to show Pepper 34% Close Close
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youTnxn tile
odd grip of on acid-Irritated ralMM tomech Shotton Nettle Ruth Alassey should force us to ask questions civilized acts such as, for results." Dresser Inds .,. 30
_completely, lently on th* and Sharon Riser.Diatributlon about Russia'i so-called example getting completelyout the Dupont ., 261 Phelphs Dodge ... .. .. .. 72/ Union Bag ........,...... 39%
pot Wouldn't you like that of the booklet lack of desire to interfere in of Cuba and the western Working closely on and proJect Eastman Kodac 127'% Piper Air ... ........... NS Union Oil ... ..... .....,.. 79%
the
_,,, .fo.ie..."I' ...OW7 AO.f will be handled by the Winter internal affairs of other nations hemisphere and by keepingan fire with the chamber under Chief Gamble Skgmo .. 34% Pit Plate Glass ..o.... ... 70'/4' Union Pac .......,.. .... 41%

Haven Chamber of Commerceor x almost forgotten promisefor Abner department Lewis Is the Winter Ga Pac 58Gen Proctor & Gamble ... ... 84 Union Tank ..... .. ..,.... 40%

the booklets may be obtained "What about Berlin and self-determination by the Haven Woman's Club with Elec 86% Pub Srv Elec & Gas ..... 76'4 United Fin ............., 28'/4

directly from the cooperative East Germany? What about peoples of Poland and Central Mrs. Roy Thornton, project Gen Foods ... 88% Pure Oil ..... ........... 45% United Fruit ..... ... ,... 22'4
education office in the north Cuba? Venezuela? Brazil? Europe. chairman assisted by Miss Gen Inst 13Gen aybestos Man ......... 45% U.S. Inds .. .,.,.......... NS
wing of Winter Haven High What about others "Until that time comes (andI Ruth Woodbury; Miss Gertrude Motors 81% Rep Steel..,... ......... 45>/ U.S. Rubber ........... 53%

School. _ _ "If Khrushchev _has been see no prospect despite the Fetter and Mrs. Ann Gen Tel & Elec 35>/ R. J. Reynolds .......... 47/ ,US. Steel ............... S/
= ''converted if the communist: fine words of Khruschev thatit Teller. These spent much telephone Gen Time 12% Reynolds Met .......,.... 41 ,Upjohn ...,.............. 5l'/'
There' JYo Substitute greed for world conquest has is about to come) It Is goodto and paperwork time to Gen Tire 26% Rhod Sel Trust .........., 6% Vendo .. .. ....... ....... 17

begun to die out, this indeed keep reminding ourselves further the project, said Davis Gillette 32% R. C. Cola .............. 66% Warner Lambert ...... 27%
lor Experience I would be a great boon. But of Mr. Truman's admittedly W. R. Grace 55% Safeway Stores .. ...... .. 61% W Air Brake ..... ..... 35%

Russians including Khrushchev unfortunate appraisal of good Along with volunteer Great A & P Tea 39% Scott Paper .. . ........ 37 Westinghouse ............ 34%
HOBSON STRAIN I have talked that way old Joe Stalin," Haley said workers Davis many cited, Greyhound S7'/4' Seaboard Air R .. ...... 47'% Wlnn Dixie ........... ... NS
especially Sears . . ... .. .... ....... '
: Jim Owen: Col. H. E. Grumman 41% 106"4 I Woolworth ............. .. 82'/!
Forrest Weese; Ray IBM 599% Shattuch .. .......,...... 167 Xerox .,... ........... ... 89!%
TAX COLLECTOR Charters 8 New Martin Sprague:and Charles S. Wilsonas Int Harvester 71'4 Sinclair Oil .. ........... 45>/ Zenith Rad ........,..... 83

Collation etflc.. '......tly Mf i State instrumental in furtheringthe IMC 10lInt Socony ,.. ...., .,.......,. 17% Occidental ............... 25'/
Inf .. Chlet Deputy project. Min & Chem 68'4nt S.C Elec & Gas ......... NS Jim Walter ..,........ . 33
CorporationsTALLAHASSEEEight 33 Southern ... .............. 54%
M..104--h.f. 5 chIld'.". :Polk County Paper % . LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT'
I tnt Tel & Tel 59% Sperry Rand ......... .. 18
S Graduate Unlvamry .f Korlda. 'Jones' & Laughlin 77 Spiegel ... ... .......... ... 33% IN THE CIRCUIT COURT Of THI
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TENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT 01'THIE
No ether buiinaaa intaraarl. new shares of common stock at $5 Science : Kelsey Hayes NS Std Oil Cal ........ .... ... 61!% STATE: Of FLORIDA. (NAND
S Bora and r*...01 In Polk County Polk County corporations have per share authorized; dealingin Kimberly Clark 63/3 Std Oil Ltd ........... ... 68 FOR POLK COUNTY
0.'., 5 years ..,.,lene. Tn been chartered by Sec. of shoe sales business; incorporators Teachers Kerr-McGee 37 Std Oil N.J ........... ... 85% Caw IN> No.CHANCERY.0t01255.144NOTICE
Dog r.. In Ace..I.... State Tom Adams' office according : Harry H. Blumberg Korvette 29% Sunray Oil ...... .. .-..... 30% 01'I'ORICLOSUI'II
to an announcementfrom Mildred R. Blumberg Sam resin Gas & Trans ..... 21% SALE
.ear-Siegler 113' Nntlcn la hereby Hv.n that O
year V.t. end Support ff end Will Be Appr.cIot.JThe the capital M. Corso. OrganizeThe Llggette & Myers SI1/. Texaco .. .. .. . .. .... ... 74% II SlOAN, JH, Clerk of th. tic

The corporations are: Carver Engineering Co, 217 'Litton Ind 71'/ Texas Gulf Sul ...... ... 32: cult will( on(uurt the of 23rd Polk day County of April, Honda tol4.( ,

Florida Phosphate Terminal S. Florida Ave., Lakeland, 2- organizational meetingof Lone Star Gas 22% Tidewater .... .... .. .. .. 35% between the Ixal hour* of Ml I .. at

I Corp. post office drawer 000 shares of common stockat Florida Association of Science Loral Elec T3,' Tractor Sup .. .. .. .... ... 20% I'ourthouM tha aouth front, Polk rtuor County of tr.. Ciiunty In th*
ONLY Candidate . I AR Lakeland 200,000 aharesof $5 per share authorized; Teachers Region Five P. Lorrillard 49'/ LiOAL ADVKRTISCMCNTNOTICt ('ItyIt Barlow, Florida, offer furMl

% '4' Who HasAlready I common stock at $10 per dealing in consulting engineer (Polk Highlands, Hardee and Madison Fd 19'X TO AUTOMOSILtDEALERS th.. hlffheet and voll and at public beat bidder outrry f.to.r
1 share authorized; dealing in ing business; incorporators: Pasco Counties) elected officers Magnavox <40'/j caeh, tra following dxiwrlhed prop.
l Proved Himself! phosphate e t c.4 Incorpora- Alva R. Carver Jane C. for 1964-65 and heard a Marguardt 11% Notice !I. hereby liven that rtr altuatud In folk I County, >'lor.
ealrd bid will be received by theloard Ida to-wtt:
tors: D. B. Kibler HI, HarryM. Holmes, Cheryl Ann Read. talk on peacetime atomic Martin Marietta 19'/' of County C.nmiloneref'f lAte IT, In Work 4. of FIXmL
Sawyer Jr., Vesta W. McCrory 11% 'oik tounly. Florida up In I 10 DFNA SUBDIVISION a. rr
Elect Baptist Church energy Friday. 'clock A. M Tiii-mlay April I*. map or plat thereof a. the
Mooney. Providence Progressive Baptist Officers chosen In the meet. McKesson <44'% (905. In ba opDiird Immediately mnl"p l recorded In Hat' BuikIt.
Florida Underwriters Merks 112'/: hereaftar and publlily r...d for 14. of the publlo;
t PAUL VAUGHN Central Church of Bartow Fla., Ing In the private dining room lurnl.hloll to Polk County on. or record of 1'nlk County, Florida.
I Inc., 106 N. Tennessee Inc., 510 Battle Ave., Bartow; of Florida Southern Collegewere Minn. Hnwl 120 mor 1M4 4 door pa..ngerearu. pursuant to th* Final [)eo,.. of
Lakeland 100 shares of MMM 65% Won compltil minimum .peelfkaoni Foraoloaur entered In a caa.
Ave., ; Purpose, religious, subscribers : Evelyn Hughes (Winter aa Bid Form and Hpeclflca- pondlnc In said Court, the styli of \
CLERK OF CIRCUIT COURT I common stock at $5 per share : Rev G. H. Hawkins Litt Haven Senior High), president Montg Ward 37% lon: Bheet) Trad-ln allowant whlnh ...
I Nat Biscuit THE ('IT!' fUVINOa BANK
authorized dealing in Insurance 61'/4 to b* mad for on IIt"dob.ker
; Robert Kltzmiller Pasco
I Wynn A. Forsett ; ( ,
M P.lAv. ey AMv Cancel* Hurshell Nat Can 16'/ Lark Serial No. 1181611 Irarte-ln OP P Ii.If'.a'o: corpora
; incorporators: Imperial Star Liquors Inc., High). president-elect; Mr. may b* eons by contacting Ixtnn tins. under of th*
-' Martin, Angeline Martin Nat Dairy 72 .'lnl'y at telephone No. IJI-7U1 stats of Maaaachueetta,
O. Lillian White (Lakeland Junior

155 N. Broadway, Bartow; I Nat Fuel 32% Barlow plaintiff,
Lucille Hunter. 200 shares of common stock High), secretary; Mrs. For further Information cnmmunlcat Y.
Nat Gypsen SO'/ withC. M L wla. l'ur.che.ta \VILtlAM HOWARD Wit-
New Restaurant of no par value authorized; Harry Ford (Winter Haven Nat Tea 13% A vnt, liar low, FloridaI'h : LlAMa and JERUNK! .. W1U-
Restaurant dealing in alcoholic beverages; Senior High), treasurer. Hoard rarv tha right to LUMS. hi* wif.,
JAMES Indian Lake Estates Nia-Mohawk ::17'/ .jtct any or all bid. All bid. Defendant.
and Lounge. Inc., inter Incorporators: Calvin B. Hill Miss Hughes was elected to Okla Gas & Elec 27''/ to be coneldared must b. submitted and th* number of which .. num.
section of State Roads 60 and Betty Jo Hill Monte J. TUlle I serve a three-year term as director Outboard Marine 18% In duplicate on bid forma to it.runitiohel ber 43111-I1-14S.
by th* County. All bldnhoulit WtTNUMM my hand and fits offl.
RODENXMI 630, Indian Lake Estates; 10.- Jr.Miles of the state board of Pac Cast Elec 31% IM eneloeed. In a. ...Iod rial coal of said Court this lib day
000 shares of common stock Ingram Inc, 1315: N. FAST; president-elect of the Pan Am Sulphur 33(4( envelope. nlHlnly marked on th* o( April' .IM4.P. .
outalria 'Bid on automobll I:Ml H. SLOAN JR.
f lk CUunty at $1 each authorized; dealingin Jewell St., Lakeland; 100 state organization la Miss Parke Davis 31% clock.. A. M. Tucaday, April 1*, Clerk of th* Clranlt Court
restaurant and cocktail shares of common stock at Louise Williams, of Lakeland Penney, J. C S1'4' 111I.. Pnlk County. Florida
lirdrrrd In open _.Ion on AprilIM4 By: Vivian A. furvla.
TAX ASSESSOR lounge: Incorporators: Ralph $100 per share authorized; Senior High. Pepsi Cola 52: 7. Deputy Clerk

Maisano, Anthony A. Maisano, dealing In printing and advertising The speaker was Dr DavidS. Pfizer 47V4 ,iliird ViMl\\hah man: McCLTrtlhONi tsEALHOWARD L,, KTLUAN, -
John Maisano. business; Incorporators; Anthony. associate professor Phila Elec 32% 'Mgn_d) D M HboA.V JR. nil Hendemon lloulevard
Corso's Bootery, Inc. 124 Miles S. Ingram, Lauretta M. at University of Florida Phillip Morris 81% Clock Tampa Florida, I8'oAttoruey

E. Main Street, Lakeland; 100 Ingram; Ralph E. Daugherty. College of Agriculture. Phillips Pet S2'/' SEAL U-UG ) u-za Cutil'Oaiattff


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AUGUSTA. Ga (CAP-N) ,

long ago, there was .
In Avalanche n champion everybody liked.

a won the big tournamentsdid

impossible things
iii
ST. MORITZ Switzerland t "It was a nightmare said chance to race away from thslide. w Soon he was rich and farr

(AP-Buddy Werner the hard 37'year-old FrlU Wagnerberger, Then he didn't win any

luck American ski star, lost a a veteran German racer | "Perhaps he could have doneit 1 tournaments or do any imp,
t.
desperate with "Pandemonium broke out. It who can say? He got to the eh I x"6L.L ble things for a while and
race avalanche
an .r
was terrible. We were yelling bottom, but then he slipped pie said he didn't know ho*
Sunday and was killed under and the screams could be heard somersaulted and was lying In .w anymore. They said he was

tons of snow. over the thunder of the snow the snow as the second arm of l l rich, and besides he coul

The 28-year-old Olympian was "Buddy Werner raced down In the slide crashed right on top putt like he used to.
taking part In the filming of a front of me trying to get away. of him. I Even Arnold Palmer he
ski fashions movie with other He was a little lower down and "I think the same happened the stories.

top skiers when the wet spring probably thought he had a to Barbi. I trw "The question mark was
snow thundered down
an Alpine e big in mind as in
slope at Samedan, a village two soli"r my anyb.

miles outside of this winter resort Pitch

IPresidential Masters MoneAUOUITA

The avalanche also killed i l r

Barbara (Barbi) Henneberger Oa. IAPI-M....,
23, one of West Opens Baseball Racer . in '. '. rin.l '.954.4
Germany's top :':...'. O,*; t.umam.nt maw,'
women sklen. Fifteen others In l Arn.ld Palm, 12000iv .
the group dug themselves out o Joe" N.eIIl.... 1"._ x ua5 ,1-
were WASHINGTON (AP-Presi- where Johnson leaves off. 75.73.7)47.,
freed
.
by rescuers t Mir, II*.10*
dens! Johnson an old hand alI Best known of the new faces 7O'U..TI-
.
Dnlln M 100
I making a pitch for votes, makesa 1 in the Senators' line-up today ,0. "''''a'TSGarr _.
new kind of pitch today-one will be Bill Skowron, former n ,I flntr, $1,.70* x'71.7570r.91 ...
opening up the 1964 American New York Yankee first baseman h Mernay SI 70*

((League baseball season. obtained from the Los Angeles w C..*.., U TOO 73.71.71.7'anr . -
71.77 .. ,,-.
A tall righthander who describes Dodgers |Jim rrrr! II.TO* ..

himself as "an old first The Angels also will have a Pawn '. ...... .. 11,704.7J..fI., ,
baseman" Johnson has pre new first baseman, Joe Adcock Tiny Lama. II.TO* 71 71 TtM.Tl -,
dicted he will handle the who came to Loa Angeles along ..*.74.7*-,
job M,ko louthak, II.TO*
creditably with pitcher Barry Latman In a 71II.74-7*-,

After the ceremonial toss, Los I deal that sent power hitter Leon i am HMAH 11,7507I"T4 70-T*-;> I

'Angeles and Washington, a pairof Wagner to Cleveland.
.m tailenders hoping for better else's when I stepped up to t'
.
: first tee here" Palmer I
things will play the first gameof h 1 : sa
after he won his fourth MUle
the season. i
.
A sellout crowd of 45,000 Is AL, NL Forecast: k .., 1 ar Ye9. :; .Iy39L.. ....._: I I ...' w 41 .. Golf Tournament over the A
:: ,.- -...... National Course
expected at D.C. Stadium under gusta Sum
I
0057' f variably cloudy skies, in mild Dodgers YanksNEW 'i' Moods Of A Master "It was like checking out :
.
weather with temperatures (I airplane with new spark plus
reaching up near 70 degrees YORK (AP) A new < wen the Morten Calf Tnm m.nt yttrr .t Avauit, G*., ii a I wasn't sure how they won

There Is a chance of occasional baseball season opens today ,'/ .. left, h. floihtl a look .f disgust or the ninth |rn foliar function"

showers late in the day. I with new hopes, new faces, new Th outer photo iKowt Puma p."IlI"I" hit putter sits mining They worked Palmer ilv
l
The presidential pitch Is an managers, a new stadium anda .,, the eipnulo* chnf,i I I.* photo et right a''*, the chimp rolled/ rounds of 69, 68. 69 and 70 f,

_._,.__._-,, _.- ancient ritual dating back more new President throwing out / Mole. (.. a 70 end hit, 17* total end en ...,,*d.un"d fourth 276, and achieved the followin

than a half century Johnson Is the first ball. But the general ..). results:
BUD WERNER the 10th president to honor the forecast is the same-the Los' Led AH Way

. Arelench Victim tradition. Angeles Dodgers and New York He led all the way.

In keeping with the tradition Yankees to meet In the World Army Urges He had the second lowest tot

POWERFUL HUNGER CLEARS the opener In Washington Is a Series. in the 31.year history of th

day ahead of the rest of the The professional oddsmakershave Masters.He .
CLOGGED TOILETSin American League. installed the Dodgers a .6,.5 had the second largest VI.

o J.ffyfNIVIR Ken McBride of Los Angeles, favorite to win the National I Arnie On tory margin, six strokes. D<<

a right.hander, and Washington League pennant. They have fending champion Jack Nic-
lefthander Claude Osteen will made the Yankees an over- laus was second at 282, alor

take up the pitching chores whelming 2-9 choice to walk off with touring pro Dave Marr
I with the American League To He didn't three putt a grec
VictoryBy
championship. until the 10th hole of the fin

Ii Kathleen Nine Leading challengers to the ( ) round when the Issue had a

Dodgers are San Francisco, St. queue, THE ASSOCIATED PRESS]ready been decided.He .
Louis, Cincinnati and Milwaukee among the April U, 1H4r won $20,000 in prix
4 With Arnle's Army. Tramp-
in that order. Nobody expects money and struck what shou
Seeks pendent Ing Through Georgia (AP-|
n { Revenge any club to seriously challenge amount to a million dollar bid
dipped into "Through trees and traps and
the Yankees but those down hill lies. ,for Arnold Palmer Enterprise

The Kathleen Senior High I considered to have an outside ranks and ] r Another Move I "From tee to one-putt green ''which manufacture almo

School Red Devils will seek revenge chance include Minnesota Chicago the ninth "Wa will_ first our .Arnl. '. hat. everything but baby food ar
n --- -- --
--g--- - ---
1 over the Hardee High Detroit and Baltimore. sity's ties caskets.

Wildcats of Wauchula in a sport. ) a Ford Frick commissioner of "And never treat him mean.'" And he struck the bigge

Southwest Florida Conference O baseball and Joe Cronin. president -, D-dah-da-dah-ta. Charge! blow to cigarette smoking sine
when AOAIN your..iI.t the!overflow tldi tooling baseball contest scheduled for Wagonettes Win McGuire a of the American League Loyal to a fault hardy as a they locked Sir Walter Raleig;

: I 14 p.m. tomorrow at the Kathleen St. John's ordered Finley In stern words to pack of Death Valley mules, up in the Tower of London
The Ross Volkswagonettea '
TOBLAFLEXUnlike diamond pro take down his "pennant loud Palmer quit smoking on Jai
chalked 19 hits and 21 runs porch, strong agile, kind obedient
ula5 Plunger I Hardee defeated Kathleen 5-1. In routing up Cocoa Electric 21.5. from the a green and yellow near-repllcs reverent and clean Arnle's.27, and his resultant struggle
earlier In the of the right field In were almost as public as th
Unlike ordinary plunfera, IbHaflex season on the in a women's Softball contest campus In sector Yankee Army charged, rolled swept,
doe not permit .ompnai 4 air ornwarr Wildcat home territory. at Westslde Stadium, where the foul line cluttered and straggled aroundthe courtship of Elizabeth Taylor"I
Saturday night
watw I*.... back or_.... \ Coach Charlie Lyle's Red Park. day to try homer distance is 296 feet. Augusta National Golf had a block about quittint

With Ih.h Tteilafles th. tin clonlne lull prnrara rn...plow end I Devils need a victory over Har Sandra VanLandmgham led quette court I Finley gave no hint of his next Course behind their hero Sun- It seemed to affect my pia

withe it down. Cast mm I dee if they have any hopes of the winners with four hits, a Dr. Thomas move Sunday saying "fiist I day as Arnold Palmer clompedout around the greens Now I'v
.. Dr''DTOnn.-. finishing over the .500 mark in 'pair of doubles and two home man of the 'want to give Mr. Cronin and ahead to an apparently untouchable licked that" Palmer said

ciNTtm UCTION4IIM nuir' STOPS.CAin IPUMMCK wio MOUND I SWC competition. Kathleen now runs. Louise Roberts also had board said Mr. Frick the courtesy of a lead In his quest for Palmer opened play Sunda
TAPIR.OTAILJIVIAM.TiamriIfloUhe is 4-7 overall and 4-6 in the SWC. two homers for the winners ed to 6't phone call, which Js more than an unprecedented fourth Masters .[with a five stroke lead ove
I.CN'Z6S All the losses have been road Hickey from I they gave me. title. young Australian pro Bruc
Oomiln* tilts and three of the wins have cants, only It was a little awesome to behold -[Devlin and six over Marr.

--AT HAIDWAM---- trOftli-- IVHTWHIII come at home. Colts Prune Roster I interviewed I Just Missed

At the Recruiting Loose Nicklaus, the big Ohioan wh
HOUSTON AP-The Houston named Stan Recruiting standards seemed won two of the four big title

Colts. trimmed their roster to a ber of the to be a little loose. It looked last year Just missed a third
28 player limit by sending pitchers had never started In thi
partment since like almost could got
join,
A anyone
Financing Plan for ANEW
Every Need \ Chuck
/ / Larry Bohannon director. although ideally a number of tournament and was tin,

.. Taylor Jim Ray and Chris posts until he .A Arnie's Army should be about strokes back, after rounds of 71.
Zachary to the minor leagues most dismal the length of Wilt Chamberlain 73 and 71.Young .

Taylor remains on the Okla quette and equipped with non-tiring Jack the main threa'to

,'homa City roster Ray and Warriors won feet. Arnie's throne, ripped off II

Zachary were optioned to San games. "00 get 'em, Arnie" they final round 67, including a drivi
([Antonio! and Bohannon was assigned I McGuire growled, as Palmer stalked to on the 15th hole that must havi

outright to Oklahoma to a two-year the first tee like an angry pan carried 350 yards.
ra
(City. __ McGuire 1 rok. Young Marr, who played >
J ii I 1951 St John's ter) ther.Palmer hooked his tee shot round he called "not very good

ished third in .. into another fairway. The army but interesting," scratched tl
tatlon applauded anyway, and set out within three strokes of) Palmei

for the New in pursuit. at No. 10, but he dunked his tf

I.. ers In the "Don't run, don't run" saida shot into the water at the short

Association man who was nearly run over 12th and had to make a 25-foo+

a'f an assistant at as the herd thundered down the twisting putt on the last hole to
195456. -- first fairway trying to keep up tie Nicklaus for second.
with the fast-striding Palmer.

1 r + Palmer hit a perfect approachshot I *
lit over the trees to the green
ft and the army screamed and Florida Scores
shouted. A lot of fellows shook

THRIFTY their fists in the air, and said, AUOUITA. ... (API-Mw ..,,..
i II At's the way to go, Arnie, :9lf.._..nt. !rand in Anoutta INMMr t.ur.
i' i baby." Dan .,4... P.nU V_.. (II 140),
trtIU1 tii 7* M 71"71 2M
i CITY On the long second hole. ;on Rudolph' Ithioh A_. (II,
I I 1001, Tl' It*.
i 'I I I Palmer took an iron out of his Phil Stp: -*... Bay, 17I1o
Tl 71 73
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FISHING. HUNTING _LAKELAND LEDGER, Monday, April 11, 1M4 1



Kingfish{ Jinx n Britain's Major Sport



Still In Effect l f I



Fishing-Hunting By FRED W. JONES Editor -- - AOdiM vb i Threatened By Scandal


Well we went on that kingfishmg trip yesterday which -
":''t had written of and the weather was fine with the exception I SHEFFIELD. England (AP) insiders were saying It seemed Sheffield Wednesday Immediately -

that it was a little rougher than you would like-although nay Tn -Police Investigations tart today inevitable that several top play suspended Swan and

kingfish like that kind of rough water, A ( into a soccer betting scanjdal ers will be barred from the Layne and dropped them from

But our old kingfish Jinx was still In effect and although that threatens a major game for life tonight match with Tottenhcm
disaster for Britain's national
they had
been hitting on Saturday in great numbers no one sport. The storm erupted with an Hotspur, Kay was due to meet
that
;
we heard of h v
caught
Norman very many yesterday r Soccer authorities launched article In The People, a Sunday with Everton's directors this
Bennett, of The Ledger classified de
advertising morning. He told newsmen he
partment their own investigation along. newspaper with a circulation of
was the only one on our boat that
caught a king, denies The People's charge in
--4__.." side the police probe Football five million, charging that a big entirety

a'tlrmp"i"fiefair ::,n"io'.iini"wn.SOPtiii: money betting ring had corrupted .!
: m; roan owe P.lt ......1 -.. '.13 ...... : : ; OVER AND UNDtR-CmelnnoN lUdY pitcher John Tiitonrii, Mt, tlldoi under V/hito Sei Santa Fe nearly 30 players In its hunt
d J .. pitcher Joe Horlon tat to Ie... in this third inninf (ction ytilordoy In Indionopolii, Ind The for large profits COCOSCHOOLING
Norman was the only one that even got strikes. His ploy Ullowtd a pottod ball Tk. gomo "woi a fmol Kini-up fcoforo rofular MOMII ploy ttgiitiHdoy. To Open WithClearwater The People named three players -
king, however, was above the average they've been getting (AP Wjrophofo) : V
lately so he felt pretty good about the trip Tony Kay, Everton and for.

Louis Cooper, who fishes with Andy Anderson (our host) MAJOR LEAGUE ROUNDUPPennant mer Sheffield Wednesday half
and acts as "Mate" most of the time, swears Andy put the The first football game In back, a key man in the England

Jinx on us when he bought five full gallons of bait first thing the history of Santa Ft Catholic international squad.
in the morning High School Is scheduled Peter Swan, Sheffield Wednes. tsrr

Seems they got a pretty good load.of kings the middleof Porch Fails for Sept. 18 at Clearwater day's center half and veteran of

the week and then had to quit fishing because they ran with Clearwater Catholic 19 international matches. :

out of bait so this time Andy was going to be prepared. But High School. David Bronco Layne, Wednes- ft

Louis says if you're prepared then the fish don't bite and the remainder of the seven day's high scoring center for.I i: : _ -l11

we think he has something there! To Prove Its WorthBy game schedule Includes ward. -
said -
The Gulf off Clearwater was full of boats-there must five games away from home. backed These Sheffield three; The Wednesday People to :: -
The only home date the Crimson
have been way over a hundred-but we saw only two kings
Hawks have listed Is Oct. lose against Ipswich In a first '
landed on other boats We listened to the guys talk over the TilE ASSOCIATED PRESS 2 with Melbourne at the division match in December rfrRl i
radio a couple of hours and we heard one skipper say he had' Owner Charles O Finley of the Kansas City Athletics should have insistedon Kathleen Senior High School 1962 Kay then still was a member -

six fish on board but that was the most. Most skippers a money-back guarantee when he purchased his Pennant Forth. stadium. of the Sheffield side,

claimed they were In fish but they wouldn't hit-or hit short, Based on a two-day trial, the porch Isn't about to win the Athletics any Four of the eIght gamesare Wednesday lost. The three RACES 7:00 P.M.
as did those Norman had hit. pennants. -- ----- - East Bay Conference engagements players won heavily, but could TONIGHTFREEt

Of course, it might have turned off better after noon for Two more home runs were hit run blow that won the game for soared to left field. The sixth a newly formed do so. The People said, only because .
we left about that time. However, if it did there weren't at Kansas City's Municipal Sta the A's went to left-center while went to center league They include the their bet was coupled with FREE!
boats left for Athletics Johnny Lewis legged out an The exhibition with Clearwater other matches which the betting NO MINORS
many there was a solid line coming In when dium Sunday as the championshipswent opener ;
for St.
homer
we did. downed St. Louis 4-2 on the last Inslde-the-park to San Francisco In the Berkely Prep, there, Sept ring had fixed. REGULAR SEASON
hit in theCardinals'
Louis Five of the six 26 Admiral there, This coupling with other
day of the exhibition grind. National and ; Farragut OPENS TUESDAYS
Growth In Outdoor Recreation That made eight homers in 97 victory Saturday League Minnesotain Oct. 16; and Cardinal Mooney matches was essential because APRIL21A
the American. The Giants I. under British rules bets on a
there, Nov.
A's and five
Incidentally, if you're a kingfisherman, we tried all kinds by all, the three Cardinals by the, in the two- Hawks ShowWarriors nipped Cleveland 7-6 while the John Barker, former Lake- single match are. barred. NIGHTLY SilO:
of baits-plugs, hardware and live bait We chummed and Twins downed Detroit 3-1 Sunday land Senior High coach, has --- R MATINEESA
series that inauguratedthe
n
trolled. Norman got part of his strikes on hardware and parton game plyboard porch, a green and been signed as head football FHA VA 2:00 P.M.
live bait. We trolled deep and on the surface yellow fence that cuts the length In other games, the Los Andes mentor. MORTGAGI LOANS S Wed.-Frl.-Sor.
One more thing the fish had moved in closer to field Angels blanked the Los The 1964 football schedulefor I
of a home run to right FIRST MORTGAGI CORD
shore the boys said Even on Saturday afternoon Louis found from 338 feet to 296. How To Win Angeles Dodgers 90, the Chi. the Santa Fe Crimson Or FLORIDA 0 5400 Repaved
them mile cago White Sox beat Cincinnati Hawks: "ttnviei. is oo. aus.."..." T Brodenton Road
a or further than I
to so out they were yesterdayand All of the home runs missed sot s. n.r,d. ....
found 14.10, the Chicago Cubs whipped Sept. Clearwater Catholic Ph... MU ,.1111 4kN.M A Kennel Club
we out.
none way the porch, which Is Finley's lat ST LOUIS (AP) The St. Boston 6.3, Philadelphia edgedBaltimore there; Sept. 28-Berkely
And heard lot of talk -------
we a the radios about
on boat
a he believes
est move to combat what Louis Hawks did everythingright
32 and there Oct 2 Mel
Washington Prep, ; -
with six Lakelanders aboard which sank while fishing Saturday are the ills and Inequitiesof and the San Francisco RE-ELECT.
rallied for an 87 victory over bourne Catholic, at Kathleen; .
We couldn't get any details-who the people were, or baseball. Warriors did everything wrong
'ittsburgh. Oct I Open Date; Oct. 16
r what happened-but maybe we'll find out later this morning.All Actually, Finley has more Sunday night in the National Salt take City of the Pacific Admiral Farragut, there; SHELLEY BOONE e

the people were picked up by another boat the way we moves than a belly dancer. The Basketball Association playoffsand Coast League nipped Milwau Oct 21 Frostproof, there; I
f heard It. latest has helped get the 1964 the score showed it: kee 6.5, and Richmond of the Oct 2ft Lake Placid, there; School l Superintendent;

1.i season off to a bumpy start St. Louis 123, San Francisco International league deie'ated Nov. I Cardinal Mooney, "- { .W', .w011,. ,..... 'fet.i"t..I \ . .
We get, and rerun, a lot of dry. statistics on the growing Of the two home runs hit 95. the New York Yankees 3.2. there .."... e._,'.... Ch... M_ I
Williams' two- Warriors' Coach Alex Han --
need and popularity of, recreational facilities. Sunday. George
Ii I -Well, we couldn't help thinking about all this when we num summed it up: "There's

) crossed the Courtney-Campbell Causeway on the way home Lakeland Plays just Isn't like much that"you can do in a

e yesterday. Back In 1932 when we were doing some flyingin game clubs
The outcome sent the
1 Tampa we used to go out over the bay and do figure At Robinson back to San Francisco to settle
r eights and other maneuvers over the fill for the Davis Causeway the Western Division best-of.

(as it was called then). I Lakeland's Dreadnaughts will seven final set Thursday. Each GENERAL This Week Only

We used the fill to check the accuracy of our turns, etc. ,tangle with the Robinson I team has three victories.

Ilg It was like a white string stretched across the bay. The Knights tomorrow in Tampa In The winner meets Boston, the
bridge sections weren't finished then and there were no people a 4 p.m. contest Eastern Division playoff cham TIRE
at all to be seen on It. The Group 4 game will see pion, In another be t-of'seven BRAND NEW GENERAL S.T.M.
.
III But Lakeland trying to win Its second series for the NBA title.
yesterday the whole causeway, from one end to the
I h contest of the season.
(
other, was covered with people and parked cars There were group Quick Hands
Peick Ronnie Wade
Ricky or
hr thousands and thousands of people on it-fishing, swimming, will get the hurling nod for the St. Louis, utilizing quick
NYLON WHITEWALLSAT
sunbathing and everything else people do on beaches and Dreadnaughts hands that stole the ball repeat

1la around the water It was a good example of the growth of Lakeland returns home on edly and led to easy fast break

v the need for, and popularity of, such facilities Friday night to clash with the baskets,'stormed by the Warriors .

.. bat Plant Panthers at Henley Fieldin for a 5933 halftime bulge. FAR LESS THAN BLACKWALL PRICESNever
u" aULL.TIN-L..k Par tt.rJ.kl. ef Lak.lanew'a .1.Iwwkw.
la i. ....... ,Mew.e a Western Conference game That settled the issue as the
' Hawks never ]let up after the before have you seen such low, low prices on famous, quality-built General l

.ICIIr FLORIDA SPORTSEmerson intermission.Wilt Chamberlain, who WHITEWALLS I We made a real money-aaving purchaaa from the factory . and we're

WF _, crushed the Hawks with 50 paaalng/ the saving on to you' Drive In today and we'll put brand new, full 4-ply, liftt/mt

Cops __ points in a 121.97 Warriors' victory double gu.tud WHITEWALLS on your car . and save you big money, tool

Friday, left the scoring to
e his teammates In the first half For FORD
MERCURY
,
d. Sixth Title Sunday. Content to pass off, he PON TI"C CHEVROLET.

u.n, took notched only only eight eight points shots by and intermission for Dg ;;:DE OTO, BUICK F U L L PLYMOUTH, STUDEBAKER


1.a' At St. Pete Chamberlain. began taking his *

a'I' shots in the second half and fin $ 4.PLV

By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS ished with a game.high of 34 $1295
VI ,
.1 TENNIS points, but It was too late. $1495\4,
ST. PETERSBURG-Roy Em. Bob Pettit led the balancedHawks' 14 I
erson of Australia has just about attack with 22 points
cleaned the Guerin and Zelmo Beaty S
d up on FloridaCaribbean Richie
tennis tour. He won his 'r added 19 each. :: :
5A While they last BIG'
tle tl'f' aixth title by taking the St. A brief pushing match spicedthe PROPORTIONATELY LOW SAVINGS OH OTHER
us.
- Petersburg Masters, defeating first quarter as players OTHER iSIIES TOOl
rl'j Frank Froehling of Coral Ga. w from both benches emptied onto BONUS

tiles, 6.3, 6-4, 62, Nancy Richey the court. Wayne Hightower and
ton cf Dallas, Tex.. trimmed Nancy Al Allies of the Warriors were
Alvarez of Tampa, 6.3, 6-4 for set to take on Beaty, but they
the women's title were separated before any SPECIALt

BASKETBALLOCALABalloting I punches were thrown. Just Say

will determine i -

coaches for the North and "CHARGE IT" .

South teams in the all.star state Haynie BreezesTo SAVE

'. high school basketball game Inl| Take Months
Gainesville Aug. 1. Carey McDonald Golf Title $ $ $ $ 4I To Payl6Mtl6

executive secretary of!
$ $ $
i I. the Florida High School Athletic BATON ROUGE, La (AP-
.1, Coaches Association said coach I ICs WHOPPIN' SPECKS-Renni. SNpfctnwn hold, up a irrinf Blonde, bespectacled Sandra I ,
'Io will choose between Vincel of 19 lpckl' (ill big i ontl) that lit sod hit fathar ought while Haynie Is $1200 richer today lobe type, va.hh ablxN

'I, Schaefer of Miami and Charlie I tit., were filhmg toulh of Loktlond They sued Missouri mid-- after she breezed home a fivtH

,. McKinney of Zephyrhills for thel. Rows for hit sad fished out. .f Th. Leif Wtll. stroke winner in the $7,500 Cap\
South team, and between Marvin -- o ital I City Open.
I. Beck of Pensacola and Ed| The petite, suntanned lass
Handel of Mount Dora for the Ole Miss Nine Remains from Phoenix, Ariz. dropped a

North. I 28.foot uphill putt on the 18th .
BOWLING Only Unbeaten In SEC green Sunday to close out witha ,' General's Lifetime Double Guarantee

EAU GALLIE-Hazel Jones of final round 73. She had a 211 FREE Every New first il.iw Generoi paswnKrr cur tire u

I Tampa tops the second week of By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS bam took It on the chin four total for the 54.hole tourney "v guaranteed against di fecti milrurtion and normal
the Florida Women's Bowling Kathy Whitworth of Jal N.M. road Association tournament in sm. Mississippi, riding high after times finished with a two-over-par 74 Mounting! 11(, regard to lime, mileage or driving habiU If

glee with 683. Mary Lou Graham a four.game sweep last week, In other Saturday lames Ten. for a 216 total Mickey Wright damage is not repairable, IjuitmenU are pro-rated
events nessee whipped Vanderbilt 102, winner, on undelivered mileage bawd un tread depth at current
cf) Miami leads in the all remained the only I baseball last year's top money r ,
Louisiana State stopped Mississippi for 218 wind-up. ?v, General price,
division with 1740. team undefeated in SEC play had a 70 a
I State 5 to 2, Kentucky: y -
The Rebels, leaders of the blanked Centre College twice

White Sox Lose western division with a 6-0 mark', 7-0 and S-0, Georgia beat Clem Heater Hudock Sign
took doubleheader from LSU it: tu, nus0ble
2 Rookie Hurlers a son 101 and Tulane defeated 'plus usmt
43 and 31 and defeated Alabama .o Spring Hill College 6.3 after losing NEW YORK (AP) End

CHARLESTON, W Va. (AP) twice, 9-5 and 14.2. Mississippi'i .o the first game of a doubleheader .I Gene Heeter and center Mike IA You have 5 big chances to win your choice of
Tom overall record Is 10-4.
Left handed pitcher 5.3.Shannon. Hudock signed their contracts I WiN CAR
II Hoagland and Bob Guzek of the The eastern division pace-set'l with the New York 64 !" FORD GALAXIE U PLYMOUTH FURY

Chicago White Sox were claimed ters, Florida (6-1) and American Football League I CHEVROLET IMPALA RAM AMBASSADOR

.. by other American League clubs ('-I) did not play SEC games To Coach Heeter was a rookie In 1963| FREE! Nott 111'i i -nr "If' CcmP'sandsei

. for the J8.000 first year waiver last week, but defending cham, who played regularly until he I 'c' urn, our L ,d I i ,p Oe Irl'
> hardto At Virginia Tech and had
price. pion Auburn was pushing suffered a knee injury
I. Hoaglard was picked tip by get back into the race. ,to undergo surgery in December FREEYOU! MAY ALREADY HAVE WON ONE OF 10,000
and .I BLACKSBURG, Va (AP- five ,
the Los Angeles Angels I Auburn took a pair from Georgia Hudock is one of the
Guzek by the Kansas City Tech on Friday and Satur, Howie Shannon, 40-year-old assistant remaining members of the original SETS OF FOUR GENERAL DUAL 90s TO FITYOUR CAR!
Athletics and 8-6 to make its coach at Kansas State, York Titans as the
10-4( New
day .
u' Lit t i reo April JfSi and LOOK
University, was named head Check your home de been granted 62. I when the AFL ;
Had waivers SEC record Jets were known magi: ,lOJt'! I App .'t ,
I the White Sox planned to farm Tulane the seesaw team of basketball coach at Virginia was founded in 1960.

I out both pitchers.PEREZ the western division, moved into Tech today.
I, second place by defeating Ala Shannon takes over the job
. RETIRES bama twice 3-2 and 41. Theo vacated Saturday by Bill Matthews Mores Into Lead
were the early season who resigned after two
Greenies
. BUENOS; AIRES (AP-P- Calif. (AP-Put.) GENERAL TIRE SERVICE
former o leader but had slipped to fourth seasons to become assistant to OAKLAND, GENERAL
cual Perez of Argentina officially !o place after losing twice to Mississippi Tech athletic director Frank ting on one of the greatest strike
world flyweight champion and field or exhibitions In American Bowling
Moseley secretary 202 N, Ingraham 682-5171
retired. For the SEC have.nots. Alabama the Tech student aid association. Congress tournament history' TIRE
t
Perez made the announcement the, and Georgia Tech, it was The new Tech couch has beenan the Falstaffs of St. Louis moved| Lakeland
4 after being ordered by trustrating week Tech the assistant at Kansas State un into the classic team division rM
t Ia
. Argentine Boxing Federation only winless team In SEC play. der Coach M. F. (Tex) Winter lead on a -smashing 6,416\
I undergo a medical examination(lost twice last week, while Ala-[since 1954. !total Sunday night I
before
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Werner, Henneberger ,!/Palmer Smokes Less Enjoys ItMorl



1 AUGUSTA. Ga (AJ>)-N,

: long ago there was i
Killed In Avalanche fi v1r champion everybody liked

LII' won the big tournaments
did impossible things
,
ST MORITZ Switzerland "It was a nightmare said'chance to race away from the d Soon he was rich and film!

(AP-Buddy Werner the hard year-old Frill Wagnerberger elide. Then he didn't win any

luck American ski star lost a a veteran German racer "Perhaps he could have doneit. tournaments or do any imp,

desperate race with avalanche Pandemonium broke out. It who can say? He got to the 4 ble things for a while, and
an ?
was terrible We were yelling bottom but then he slipped ,, pie said he didn't know bus |
Sunday and was killed under and the screams could be heard somersaulted and was lying In a anymore. They said he Was

tons of snow. 'over the thunder of the snow the snow as the second arm of I. p"twM'e"e ra rich and besides he cnul<]
The 28 year-old Olympian was "Buddy Werner raced down in the slide crashed right on top '4i putt like he used to
taking part In the filming of I front of me trying to get away of him 1e1ll Even Arnold Palmerthe hl
ski fashions movie with other He was a little lower down and "I think the same happenedto stories

top skiers when the wet spring[probably thought he had a Barbl"Presidential "The question mark Was
snow thundered down
an Alpine I big in my mind as in anyb,]
slope at Samedan a village two

miles outside of this winter resort Pitch

Masters Mone
The avalanche also killed i

Barbara (Barbl) Henneberger ?.UnUYJ ?I. f'.1! --1--
23, one of West Germany top Opens Baseball Race :l..:t.r, OXI''.taurnamarrn. I ,.und InI, ,/
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the group dug themselves out or/ j J>ck cklaul, 111.000__
were freed by rescuers WASHINGTON (AP) .Press.. where Johnson leaves off. D.w Man. Ilel00 .na7a7,_
(dent I, Johnson an old hand at Best known of the new faces r"' x, t TO.11IF/1_
making a pitch for votes makes: in the Senators' line-up today uI r 'IrYN 0..11.. 1',100 Tl-71.17-71...
M Nf + Nr9 la new kind of pitch todayoneup will be Bill Skowron former At I Sary Htrr. U.701 Na1.7.77hue
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(opening the 1964 American New York Yankee first base- ro ;k Ho,.... $1700 .
n 71 71 7t-J
I League baseball season. man obtained from the Los Angeles 4 +.Y 11,lly c.._. U.700Jm .. ._
71 71 !-
A tall right-hander who describes Dodgers Iawx d | C'.,_, 11700

himself as "an old first The Angels also will have anew Down ........' 17,700'l.n.1Fl. -
: baseman" Johnson has pre- first baseman Joe Adcock A T.." I.-., It.TOO 71-71 7H__
1 who came to Los Angeles r 7. dicted he will handle the along
job M'k. S....".... 11.700 .
[creditably. with pitcher Barry Latman in a i k .3 + 71 II-7470I
Ban HM'n, II Toe
After the ceremonial toss Los deal that sent power hitter Leon I' HN ; r<.74"70-71 1 -21ly

Angeles and Washington a pairof Wagner to Cleveland aN 3k
[else's when I stepped up to t t''
cr tailenders hoping for better
things will play the first gameof II I I A ; first tee here" Palmer sa,

the season I f after he won his fourth Mute

A sellout crowd of 45,000 Is AL, NL Forecast: Y Golf Tournament over the /

,variably expected at cloudy D.C. skies Stadium in under mild Dodgers YanksNEW I_''f'' ,' (; ",-' ,t.', Many Moods Of A MasterArnold w gusta"it was National like checking Course Sunda out '

weather with temperatures airplane with new spark pluf
q; t reaching near 70 degrees. YORK (AP) A new -2 Palmer, who won the Motrtr Golf Tmntement yertore'oy .' AuMite. There is a up chance of occasional baseball season opens today I?; men if men? ", ..ct.. In phot. ot left, li. floihei. tick ., duguit ot the ninth pun gallery function."
.with, -" .tor 1 put* felloe' re ... The Pointer ". his' .fter worked ,
showers late in the day new hopes, new faces new -- .... The presidential pitch is an managers a new stadium anda ninth' hoi. putt However, the ii'ruloit tk.nt* ,In ,l h.t. ., right .f.., the chomp rolled rounds of 69, 68, 69 and 70 f,|

'ancient ritual, dating back more new President throwing out lone birdie' Butt .n the 11th hob. for 70 end hit' 276 total md .n unprodecentod fourth 273 and achieved the followm

than a _nair century jonnson is the first ball But the s-eneral Mettort victory.' f"AP Wlrephoto' ). results:
IUD WERNER the 10th president to honor the forecast Is the same-the Los Led All Way
. Arelenche Victim/ tradition. Angeles Dodgers and New York McGuire He led all the way.

In keeping with the tradition Yankees to meet in the World Army Urges He had the second lowest tot

POWERfUL PLUNGER LEASE the opener In Washington is a Series. a in the 31-year history of tt
day ahead of the rest of the The professional odds-makers Masters.
CLOGGED TOILETSIn American League have installed the Dodgers a 15 Moves ToMorquette He had the second largest VI

a Jiffy Ken McBride of Los Angeles. favorite to win the National Arnie On tory margin six strokes D-

a righthander and Washington League pennant They have fending champion Jack Nic
lefthander Claude Osteen will made the Yankees an overwhelming laus was second at 282 alor

take up the pitching chores] 2.5 choice to walk off with touring pro Dave Mart
: with the American League To VictoryBy He didn't three putt a grec
:1 championship. until the 10th hole of the fu

Kathleen Nine Leading challengers to the MILWAUKEE (AP) Marquette round when the issue had a

t Dodgers are San Francisco St. hoping to regain a place THE ASSOCIATED PRESS,ready been decided.
b L'r' Louis Cincinnati and I Monday April J3. 1814I I He won $20,000 in prix
among the nation's major independent With Arnle's Army Tramping
kee in that order. Mllwau-I money, and struck what shout
Seeks
RevengeThe basketball powers, has Through Georgia (AP-|
oects any club to amount to a million dollar bio
I lenge the Yankees but- those dipped into the small college down"Through hill trees lies. and traps and for Arnold Palmer Enterprise

Kathleen Senior High i considered to have an outside ranks and picked A] McGuire as I Finley Plans Another Move "From tee to one-putt green which manufacture alma

School Red Devils will seek revenge chance Include Minnesota Chicago the ninth coach in the unlver "We will fight our Arnie bat- 'everything but baby food an<

over the Hardee High' Detroit and Baltimore. slty's 47-year history of the ties. caskets.
Wildcats of Wauchula in a sport. KANSAS CITY (AP-"It a Ford Frick commissioner of "And never treat him mean" And he struck the bigge
Southwest Florida Conference matter of principle," Charles 0 baseball and Joe Cronin president D-dah-da-dan-ta Charge I blow to cigarette smoking sin
LANES wh.n AAAIN your Ionet.verew.ITOILAFLEX'thus tick feollnt. baseball contest scheduled for Wagonettes Win McGuire a 35-year-old former Finley says of his short home of the American League, Loyal to a fault hardy as a they locked Sir Walter Ralelf:

: I 14 p.m. tomorrow at the Kathleen St. Johns University star and run porch. "to finally bring the ordered Finley in stern words to pack of Death Valley mules. up in the Tower of London.

.diamond ,chalked The Ross 19 hits Volkswagonettes and 21 runs pro standout was recruited Yankees In line" The outspoken take down his "pennant porch" strong agile loud kind obedi-- Palmer quit smoking on Ja

Toilet jMvw ii Plunger I, Hardee defeated Kathleen 5-1, 'in routing up Cocoa Electric 215, from the Belmont Abbey College Kansas City owner plans an- a green and yellow nearreplicaof ent, reverent and clean Arnie 27, and his resultant struggle
earlier In the season on the in other move today with the same the right field sector In Yarn Army charged rolled swept, were almost as public as tt
Unllk ordinary phmfen, Iblbflei in a women's Softball contest campus Belmont N.C., Saturday -
Wildcats' home goal. kee where the foul cluttered courtship of Elizabeth Taylor"I
tot not fxrmtt comprtmxl mi ., territory at Westslde Stadium line and straggled around
mcwy watt M ipl.,h Iwck. or_._ \| Coach Charlie Lyle't Red Saturday Park. night to try and restore Mar.' Finley made it clear he has homer distance is 296 feet the Augusta National Golf had a block about quitting

With Ih'.DI"TbiUfle the*th clolllni.full pranurt plow end 1 Devils need a victory over Har I Sandra VanLandingham led quette court fortunes no Intentions of giving up his ef- Finley gave no hint of his next Course behind their hero Sunday It seemed to affect my pla

withe H clown Gal mini ale" dee if they have any hopes of the winners with four hits a Dr. Thomas R. Abbott chair. fort to demonstrate-with ply move Sunday saying "first 1 as Arnold Palmer clompedout around the greens Now I'v
0 DI.ro TO PUll(A'ANY A-.r finishing over the 500 mark in of doubles and two home man of the Marquette athletic board fences, paint and temporary 'want to give Mr. Cronin ahead to an apparently untouchable licked that" Palmer said

.. ciNTtm IUCTHW.nuu M iron.CANT HJHHC SKIS, AOUN 'SWC competition. Kathleen now I runs I pair Louise Roberts also had board said McGuire was selected bleachers-what he feels Mr. Frick the courtesy of JI lead in his quest for Palmer opened play Sunda
N TAPIIIU TAIL OWll Aid.TI8HT fir is 4.7 overall and 4-6 in the SWC. 1 two homers for the winners. to succeed the fired Eddie are the inequities of New York's 'phone call, which is more than an unprecedented fourth Mas-,with a five 0 stroke lead ove
Get.r."fIe"$265 All the losses have been road Hickey from more than 50 applicants Yankee Stadium I they gave me. I ten title. vouna Australian nro Bruc
ONnllnos tilts and three of the wins have only three of whom were It was a little awesome to behold Devlin, and six over'Marr.Just .
AT HAIDWAM STOMS IVIITWHIM come at home. Colts Prune Roster interviewed personally Missed

At the same time the board Recruiting Loose Nicklaus the big Ohioan wh
HOUSTON (AP-The Houston named Stan Lowe 60, a mem- Recruiting standards seemed, won two of the four big title
[Colts trimmed their roster to al ber of the school athletic department : y > J7 to be a little loose. It looked, last year just missed a third

28-player limit by sending pitch- since 1924 as athletic like almost anyone could join had never got started In the
A Financing Plan for Every N..dI' ers Larry Bohannon Chuck 4A : tournament and was islet
director. Hickey had held both although ideally a number of
Taylor Jim Ray and Chris post until he was fired after the R Arnie's Army should be abou strokes back after rounds of 71.
Zachary to the minor leagues. most dismal season in Mar the length of Wilt Chamberlain 73 and 71.Young .
Taylor remains on the Oklahoma quette basketball history The and equipped with non-tiring Jack the main three

I(,' City roster Ray and ,Warriors won only five of 26 $ 44kK feet to Arnie's throne ripped off a
Zachary were optioned to San games Go get 'em Annie" theygrowled final round 67, including a drive

,I Antonio and Bohannon was as- |I McGulra said that he agreed as Palmer stalked to on the 15th hole that must haxe

signed outright to Oklahoma to a two-year contract. ""e V the first tee like an angry panther carried 350 yards
1 1J 1r" City. McGuire was captain of the i I Young Mart who played t
1951 St John's team which finished +n Rhr Palmer hooked his tee shot round he called "not very good

I third in the National Invitation 1 h tPf r into another fairway. The army but interesting" scratched tt
I applauded and within three strokes of Palmeat -
Tournament. He playedfor anyway set out
LEN DART? the New York Knickerbockers MR in pursuit No 10, but he dunked his tee
in the National Basketball "Don't run don't run." said shot into the water at the shor

STATE Association and then served as a man, who was nearly run over 12th and had to make a 25-foot

: an assistant at Dartmouth from as the herd thundered down the twisting putt on the last hole to

I IN' M a/v. H C I..III 195456. first fairway trying to keep up tie Nicklaus for second.
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FISHING. HUNTING - I LAKELAND LEDGER, Monday April 1},_1M4 1
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Kingfish Jinx I T\ Britain Major SportThreatened



Still In EffectSouth : a

--I l eP ScandalSHEFFIELD
; By
FRED W, JONES

Fkhlng-Hunting Editor

Well we Went on that kin "shing trip yesterday which
we had written of and the weather was fine with the exception England (AP) insiders were saying It seemed Sheffield Wednesday Immediately -

that It was a little rougher than you would l.ke-although. I-Police Investigations start today inevitable that several top play. suspended Swan and
kingfish like that kind of dZ Into a soccer betting scan I and them trom
rough water e ers will be barred from the Layne dropped
But e dal that threatens
a major
our old klngfish Jinx was still in effect, and although + game for life. tonights match with Tottenham
disaster for Britain's national
they had been
that hitting on Saturday In great numbers no one sport. The storm erupted with an Hotspur. Kay was due to meet
we heard of caught
Norman very many yesterday Soccer authorities launched article in The People, a Sunday[with Everton's directors this
Bennett
of The
Ledger classified de-
advertising
He told newsmen he
partment their own investigation along- newspaper with a circulation of morning
was the only one on our boat that caught a king, denies The People charge m
..
.. .
-r" J ." .. --.of !>-1'?_ I II side the police probe Football five million, charging that a big entirety.

TAWM i-y TlOIt. TuMday. ANN 14, IM4, ., I, betting ring had corrupted -
M h
1II t. 114 ana I money
.M, a"m**;'*|M,_tin. .17a. em.. 10*2 a.m.i tun raw,.. :07 ..:,. aata. ..II ,' Tiitourli, loft, ilidoi vitdor White Sea its hunt
J_. ',' m I Nth !M ...i". OVER AND UNDIR-Clnclnll.tI Red pitcher John Santa Fe nearly 30 players in
and II .. pitcher Joe Morion tag to "... In this third Inning action yoieordoy In (Indionopolli, Ind Th. for large profits coco

Norman was the only one that even got strikes His ploy followed a potted boll Tho game ..... s finol tune-up before regular tooion ploy boginttoday. To Open WithClearwater The People named three play. O Y
king however, was above the average they've been getting AP Wrt ho..) ers:
lately so he felt pretty good about the trip Tony Kay, Everton and for.

Louis Cooper who fishes with Andy Anderson (our host) mer Sheffield Wednesday half-
MAJOR LEAGUE ROUNDUPPennant
and acts as "Mate" most of the time swears Andy put the The first football game. In back, a key man in the England
jinx on us when he bought five full gallons of bait first thing the history of Santa.. Cath international squad.
in the morning. olic High School Is scheduledfor Peter Swan, Sheffield Wednes
Fails
Seems they got a pretty good load of kings the middle Porch Sept 18 at Clearwater day's center half and veteran ol

of the week and then had to quit fishing because they ran with Clearwater Catholic 19 international matches :
out of bait so this time High School. David Bronco Layne, Wednes
Andy was going to be prepared But
.
I
Louis says if you're prepared then the fish don't biteandwe The remainder of the sev [day's high scoring center forward f j

think The Gulf he has off something Clearwater there was) full of boats there must To Prove Its WorthBy en five- game games schedule away from Includes home backed These. Sheffield three; The Wednesday People said to : -:. =---INrRrRl 4r 1

The only home date the Crimson -
have
been
way over a hundred-but we saw two
only kings
Hawks have listed Is Oct. lose against Ipswich In a first '
landed on other boats We listened to the guys talk over the, TilE ASSOCIATED PRESS 2 with Melbourne at the division match In December
radio a couple of hours and we heard one skipper say he had Owner Charles O Finley of the Kansas City Athletics should have insistedon Kathleen Senior High School 1962 Kay then still was a mem

six fish on board but that was the most. Most skippers a money-back guarantee when he purchased his Pennant Porth stadium ber of the Sheffield side SCHOOLING

claimed they were in fish but they wouldn't hit-or hit short Based on a two-day. trial, the .porch isn't about to win the Athletics any Four of the right games Wednesday lost The three RACES 7:00: P.M.

as did those Norman had hit pennants. I are East Bay Conference en players won heavily, but could TONIGHTFREE
Of course, it might have turned off better after noon for Two more home runs were hit run blow that won the game for soared to left field. The sixth gagements, a newly formed do 10, The People said, only because .

i we left about that time. However, if it did there weren't at Kansas City's Municipal Stadium the A's went to left-center while went to center. league. They Include the their bet was coupled with FREE!

many boats left for there was a solid line coming in when Sunday as the Athletics Johnny Lewis. legged out an The exhibition championshipswent opener with Clearwater; other matches which the betting NO MINORS
inside-the homer for St.
we did downed St Louis 4-2 on the last park to San Francisco In the Berkely Prep, there, Sept ring/ had fixed. REGULAR SEASON
y Louis Five of the six hit in theCardinals'
day of the exhibition grind National 26; Admiral Farragut, there, This coupling with other OPENS TUESDAYS
Growth I In Outdoor Recreation That made eight homers In 97 victory Saturday League and Minnesota Oct. IS; and Cardinal Mooney matches was essential because APRIL 21
in the American The Giants under British rules bets on a
there, Nov. I
A's and five
t.. Incidentally, if you're a kingfisherman, we tried all kindsof by all, the three Cardinals by the in the two- Hawks ShowWarriors nipped Cleveland 7-6 while the John Barker, former Lake- single match are barred A NIGHTLY 8:10MATINEES
baits-plugs, hardware and live bait. We chummed and series that inauguratedthe Twins downed Detroit 3-I Sunday land Senior High coach, has -- R

trolled. Norman got part of his strikes on hardware and part game plyboard porch a green and been signed as head football FHA VA A 2:00: P.M.
on live bait We trolled deep and on the surface. In other games, the Los An- mentor. MORTGAGI LOANS
the :
yellow fence that cuts length S Wed.-Fri.-Sot.
One more thing the fish had moved in closer to field geles Angels blanked the Los The 1964 football schedulefor
of a home run to right FIRM1 MORTGAGE CORD
t shore the boys said Even on Saturday afternoon Louis found from 338 feet to 296 I How To Win Angeles Dodgers 5.0, the Chi the Santa Fe Crimson Of FLORIDA o 5400 Repared
White Sox beat Cincinnati Hawks 1.\lICI .s ou" 55015155so. T Brodenton Rood
t them a mile or so further out than they were yesterdayand cago : h..
we found out. All of the home runs missed 14-10, the Chicago Cubs whipped Sept. Clearwater Cath ph...'MU 0..I.d..IU' L......... A Kennel Club
none
way the porch, which Is Finley's latest -! ST LOUIS (AP) The St
Boston 63, olio there 26 Berkely
Philadelphia edged ; Sept. -
I And we heard a lot of talk on the radios about a boat move to combat what he be- Louis Hawks did everythingright ,
Baltimore 3.2 and there Oct. 2 Mel
Washington Prep, ; -
with six Lakelanders aboard which sank while fishing Saturday lieves are the ills and Inequitiesof and the San Francisco RE-ELECT.
rallied for an 8.7 victory over bourne Catholic, at Kathleen; -
We couldn't get any details-who the people were or baseball. Warriors did everything wrong
Pittsburgh Oct 1- Open Date; Oct. II '
r what happened-but maybe we'll find out later this morning.All Actually, Finley has more Sunday night in the National Salt Lake City of the Pacific Admiral Farragut, there; SHELLEY BOONESchool s

the people were picked up by another boat the way we moves than a belly dancer. The Basketball Association playoffsand Coast League nipped Milwaukee Oct 23 Frostproof, there; I

t heard it latest has helped get the 1964 the score showed It; 6.5, and Richmond of the Oct 30 Lake Placid, there; Superintendent

season off to a bumpy start St Louis 123, San Francisco International deie'ated Nov 6 Cardinal Mooney, .
a League ..... 11_' ... '''' ."...ei-... .f"" .... I
We get, and rerun, a lot of dry. statistics on the growing Of the two home runs hit 95 the New York Yankees 3-2. there. . ....,lnt.I...t ammitlaa, Cha*. MMaar. _.:f"
need. and popularity of. recreational facilities Sunday, George Williams' two- Warriors' Coach Alex Han- -- -

Liui Well, we couldn't help thinking about all this when we num summed it up: "There

crossed the Courtney-Campbell Causeway on the way home Lakeland Plays just Isn't much you can do in a
like that"
0e yesterday Back in 1932 when game
0n we were doing some flyingin
The outcome sent the clubs
Tampa we used to go out over the bay and do figure At Robinson back to San Francisco to settle

eights and other maneuvers over the fill for the Davis Cause the Western Division best-of-

way (as it was called then). Lakeland Dreadnaughts will seven final set Thursday. Each GENERAL This Week Only

We used the fill to check the accuracy of our turns, etc. tangle with the Robinson I team has three victories.

u It was like a white string stretched across the bay. The Knights tomorrow in Tampa in The winner meets Boston, the

g bridge sections weren't finished then and there were no people a 4 p.m, contest Eastern Division playoff cham- TIRE
at all to be seen on It The Group 4 game will see pion, In another best-of-seven BRAND NEW GENERAL S.T.M.

tiIt But yesterday the whole causeway, from one end to the Lakeland trying to win its second series for the NBA title
contest of the season.
other, was covered with people and parked cars There were group Quick Hands
Peick Ronnie Wade
Ricky or
L1r thousands and thousands of people on it-fishing, swimming, will get the hurling nod for the St Louis, utilizing quick
n sunbathing and everything else people do on beaches and Dreadnaughts. hands that stole the ball repeat- NYLON WHITEWALLSAT

lala around the water It was a good example of the growth of Lakeland returns home or I edty and led to easy fast break

the need for, and popularity of, such facilities Friday night to clash with the! baskets, stormed by the Warrl-

LATI ., Plant Panthers at Henley Field I ors for 'a 5933 halftime bulge. FAR LESS THAN BLACKWALL PRICES
aULLITILook for Mary an unking Lakalandar koit <
whtro in today o L....... in a Western Conference game That settled the issue as the
,. :
Lie Hawks never let up after the Never before have you ...n such low, low price on famous, quality-built General

,c FLORIDA SPORTSEmerson intermission WHITEWALLS I W. mad a real money-eaving purchaae from the factory , and we're
Wilt Chamberlain I I who
crushed the Hawks with 50 paaaing the savings/ on to your Drive In today and we'll put brand new, full 4-ply, lifttimt
.x.
Cops / kro, p,: : nYla} points in a 121-97 Warriors' victory double guannlttd WHITEWALLS on your car. . and save you big money, tool

Friday, left the scoring to
lerd his teammates in the first half For FORD
Sixth Title Sunday Content to pass off, he BUICKURY CHEVROLET

took only eight shots and For DODGEPOsoro BULL PLYMOUTH, STUDEBAK R
rat notched only eight points by In- >k

11, At St. PeteBy termission. *
Chamberlain began taking his
ara shots in the second half and fin 4-PLV

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d cleaned up on the florida.Carll). r I. Richie Guerin and Zelmo Beaty '

bean tennis tour. He won his I added 19 each. :
t.e sixth title by taking the St A brief pushing match spiced PROPORTIOnATEIY LOW While they last BiG SAVINGS ON OTHER

Petersburg Masters, defeating, the first quarter as players OTHER 51TES t IZU.TOOl
Frank Froehlmg of Coral Gables from both benches emptied onto BONUSSPECIAL

rlof 63, 6-4, 6-2 Nancy Richeyj I the court. Wayne Hightower and
toI. of Dallas. Tex. trimmed Nancy AI Attics of the Warriors were
Alvarez of Tampa, 63, 6-4 for set to take on Beaty but they
the women's title were separated before any
BASKETBALLOCALABalloting punches were thrown a a. Just Say"CHARGE

will deter.

mine coaches for the North and rWHOPPIN' IT" .

South teams in the all-star state s Haynie Breezes SAVE
high school basketball game inj Take Months

I.JI Gainesville Aug. 1 I. Carey Me I To Golf Title $ $ $ $ To Payl
Donald executive secretary ofl
the Florida High School Athletic BATON ROUGE, La (AP- $ $ $ .s995 {
wh wh Coaches Association said coaches .I SPECKS-Komi. St.h....." holds up a string Blonde, bespectacled Sandra

+ will choose between Vince} .f 17 speck (oil big snot) Mar ho ."a" hit loHior caught while Haynie Is $1200 richer today "

Schaefer of Miami and Charlie, they were fishing tooth of La.ka.lan4 TKoy void Miuovrl mm.HOWI after she breezed home a five-) .,

McKinney of Zephyrhills for the/ for hit .nd fithod our of The Bail W.ll. stroke winner in the $7500 Cap _
Marin -- I
team, and between ital City Open
M
\' Beck of Pensacola and Ed The petite, suntanned lass
Handel of Mount Dora for the Ole Miss Nine Remains from Phoenix, Ariz., dropped a

North I on the 18th
28-foot uphill putt
BOWLING Only Unbeaten In SECBy green Sunday to close out witha General's Lifetime Double Guarantee

EAU GALlIE-Hazel Jones of, final round 73. She had a 2ll\ FREE Every New flrnt claw Gimnil passenger car tire la |

Tampa tops the second week of THE ASSOCIATED PRESS bam took It on the chin four total for the 54-hole tourney guaranteed against d< ffim. ,instruction and normal
the Florida foment Bowling Kathy Whitworth of Jal N. road damage M long v C Mljle tread remains, with
Association tournament in nn- Mississippi, riding high aftera times I finished with a two-over-par 741 Mounting! Qf out retard to time, milciiift or driving habit If

glee with 683. Mary Lou Grahamof four.game sweep last week, In other Saturday games, Ten- for a 2 IB total Mickey Wright, damage i* not repairable, IjuitmenU are proratedonundellveredmtlcagebavedantreaIdipthatcurt

Miami leads in the all events remained the only I baseball nessee whipped Vanderbilt 10-2, last year's top money winner, nt

division with 1740. team undefeated in SEC play. Louisiana State stopped Mississippi had a 70 for a 218 wind-up. General prices,
. - -
State 5 to 2, Kentucky y
The Rebels, leaders of the blanked Centre College twice

White Sox Lose 'western division with a 6.0 mark 7-0 and 8-0, Georgia beat Clem. Heeter Hudock Sign ''

2 Rookie Hurlers took a doubleheader from LSU son 108 and Tulane defeated ;,; A,,,, 'plus tar, nuppsbn sating
4-3 and 1-1 and defeated Ala. Spring Hill College 6.3 after los NEW YORK (AP) End

CHARLESTON, W. Va. (AP) bama twice, 9-3 and 14.2. Missis- ing the first game of a doubleheader Gene Heeter and center Mike A You have 5 big chances to win your choice of
Left handed pitcher Tom jippi's over-all record is 104. 53.Shannon. Hudock signed their contracts WI N CAR
Hoagland and Bob Guzek of the The eastern division pacesetters with the New York Jets of the I 64 FORD GALAXIE PLYMOUTH FURY

Chicago White Sox were claimed Florida (8-1) and Kentucky American Football League. U CHEVROLET IMPALA RAMBLER AMBASSADOR
by other American League clubs (+1) did not play SEC games To CoachAt Heeter was a rookie In 1963 I ,
FREE Nottng' ((41 y-00" e'o wl'0' Com in and
for the $8,000 first year waiver[last week, but defending champion who played regularly until he I rec' wrn our 6, , t I I foe Dcl'er!
price. Auburn was pushing hardto Virginia Tech suffered a knee injury and had

Hoagland was picked up by, get back into the race I to undergo surgery In Decem' FREE! YOU MAY ALREADY HAVE WON ONE OF 10,000
BLACKSBURG Va AP-
and (
the Los Angeles Angels Auburn took a pair from Georgia ber. Hudock Is one of the five
Guzek by the Kansas City Tech on Friday and Satur Howie Shannon, year-old asistant remaining members of the orig'i SETS OF FOUR GENERAL DUAL 90s TO FIT I YOUR CAR!
Athletics 10-4 and lto make its coach at Kansas State inal New York Titans as the,
.I day University, was named head ChU your some S6 .ere, n c' L n I c,ie9 April, Jrdi, and LOOK
Had waivers been grantrd.the SEC record 8-2 Jets were known when the AFL TUJI i e mCI". Ar' .': u,
White Sox planned to farm Tulane, the seesaw team ol basketball coach at Virginia was founded in 1960.

i out both pitchers. the western division, moved into Tech today.
second place by defeating Ala- Shannon takes over the Job
!
PEREZ RETIRES bama twice 3-2 and 4.1. The vacated Saturday by Bill Matthews Moves Into Lead
Creemes were the early season who resigned after two]I
5 BUENOS; AIRES (APV-Pa GENERAL TIRE SERVICE
I Calif. AP-Put)
former leader but had slipped to fourth seasons to become assistant to OAKLAND GENERAL
cUll Perez of Argentina offi place after losing twice to Mississippi Tech athletic director Frank ting on one of the greatest strike!

world flyweight champion Moseley and field secretary of,exhibitions in American Bowling] 202 N, Ingraham 682-5171
daily retired. For the SEC have.nots, Ala the Tech student aid association Congress tournament history, TIRE
t Perez made the announce'barns and Georgia Tech, it was The new Tech coach has been the Falstaffs of St. Louis moved] Lakeland
the '
by 1M
ment after being ordered frustrating week Tech the an assistant at Kansas State Under into the classic team division'lead
to i" a
Argentine Boxing Federation winless team In SEC play Coach M. F. (Tex) Winter on a record-smashing 6,418
only
I
. undergo a medical examination 1354 'total' Sunday night.
!before he fought again.By ilost twice last week, while Ala Isince(

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Take Big PortionOf i TELEVISION .

Religion Can Help



Save A MarriageBy Movie AudienceBy




George W. Crane, Ph.D., M.D. MURRAY SCHUMACH the program that will be car

@ eka Vork! Gimfl: ned from the Santa Monica

HOLLYWOOD ., civic auditorium to the nation
Movie attendance

CASE S-437: Mike Dougla volved in a torrid romance in the nation tonightwill by the American Broadcasting! ---

is the versatile TV artist and even threaten to elope be dismal-possibly the Company network beginning at

I whose network TV show is it is usually due to selfishness worst of the year, 7 p.m. Pacific Coast Time (10 =;Il ::: I C WHAT

zooming Many millions of Americans p.m. E.S.T.) -p an YOU MEANTOM&HXHfTMt

For an hour and a half he They are thinking primar Instead will be staring Into television : This year there may be a INt5;,,_ AT THIS '

mixes comedy fly of SELF: not of what Is screens at a show about spell of drama such as has never 4 a,

and music with best for the other party to the movie Industry the an. been known In Oscar history

serious dramatic -: that romance or even their nuat award of Oscars This will For this may be the year that 1I

content I I future unborn children.A be the 36th time that stars producers a Negro wins the best-acting

Thus, Mike I girl of 17 who thus tries directors writers composers award for the first time. Hattie : I ,

offers what to pressure her high schoolboy cinematographers and McDaniels won an Oscar as supporting ?' ,

might well be friend into eloping, is assorted craftsmen of the actress In "Cone With

called a 7- actually very selfish. world film industry will make The Wind"

course mental For if she truly loved him, a beaming bow and short This year Sidney Poitler bas )

"menu." she'd not wish to jeopardizehis I thank-you talk as they grasp the been nominated for his perform 2

Recently he future business or professional gold plated statuette that Is ance In "Lilies of the Field"

Invited More! career. symbolic of Hollywood hish-- The competition is very strong. .. OKf

A m sterdam she'd be to est artistic honor: The other nominees for best -
DR. CRANEparticipate Instead willing -
and myself to deny herself in order that he The huge television audience actor are Albert Flimsy ("Tom -

on his rollicking could go on to colloge and for Oscar night Is proof that Jones"), Richard Harris ("This

show. prepare himself to support a Hollywood. despite its financial Sporting Life"), Rex Harrison

Morey added the music and famIly.But decline since the pre-tele- ("Cleopatra"), and Paul Newman -

comedy while my part consisted the is selfishly afraidIf vision era, has an enormous ("Hud'). Poitier was nom- I ,

ot' a psychological he goes away to college, he appeal for the public. Inated for best acting In 1958

"smorgasboard" on marriageand will then forget her and marry Almost anything that can be For his work in "The Defiant

family problems anotherl! done to discourage television Dn.es" but lost. None of the five

A live audience in the stu. So her imperious demandsfor watchers generally occurs on In the category this year has ;- t

dio also prodded us with questions an elopement are usually. the Oscar show With many of ever won an Oscar.

based on her own greedy wish the greatest entertainers In the "Tom Jones" FavoredIn I-

"Dr. Crane," one of the ladies to get a wedding ring and world on stage the productionsare

began, "what's the best flaunt her conquest before usually dullEnormous. the best-picture category,

antidote for a marriage thatis her high school classmates Task which Hollywood considers most

going on the rocks?" Teen-agers, stop, look and An enormous load is piled on ,Important as a box-office stimulant -

And "Re- listen, for you are definitely the master of ceremonies to there is a strong feeling := "4j ,
answer
my was
"
ligion." NOT in love if you place your keep the show alive. For years In' Hollywood that "Tom Jones

After counseling millions of own selfish interests ahead of Bob Hope struggled magnificently has the edge One reason for

both what is best for both of you, to keep Oscar audience this assumption is that "Hud,"
marriages, in and
via the newspapers person I know plus your future unborn ba heerful This year Jack Lem which was considered a' strong / BIN CXXN' THAT LL5 I SILENET

what religion does to a marriage bies.Religion mon will have the difficult job contender for the honor wa rp- F5 Rc-Ir"iER EE '-' -
widens our horizons of trying to inject humor Into not even nominated though it (

For when husband and wife by making us aware of received nominations for best ONE THAT'LL SHOW MEAWM :J/7Ji

become the needs of people even on actor actress, supporting actor, '
active together in News Of Record MY
the church other continents. It Is thusa supporting actress, script d .
same there will
rarely be a divorce wholesome, extrovertive rection and cinematography. T' KEEPAffGIHMEA

force that helps Insure happy COUNTY...,... COUSTrtn.t ; J
In fact a non-church cou. M. L.con The absence of "Hud, from
ctulon "...ph.no U. .okl Al.frrd t') / 7
pIe has an estimated 50 marriage. mod H.I.D SIesta Dan... 43. the nominees has brought a SHOI/T-
When husband and wife Loki Altr.d
times as great a chance of J.mN D.'ld IIr.lt n. .ohl.nd 'and strong suggestion of scandalsfor
divorce. Why? actively participate In the PMI LiTirn Orlmr. 17 RlihlandriTU this year's best picture
,.
Well, religion Is extrover. same church, they also devel. CII Wllll, JIAI""',,',. It I:>ll t. LkOn category. For among the nom l'ti77
op mutual interests and and Onorslm Lou. Waitoro. n, Auburn.dm1. .
tive It teaches us to con .. nees for best picture are "Cleo--

sider the welfare of others, friends Jam,. ) Tarn.33 r. J1 BaUn. tik'lina Pirk ana patra," and "How the West Was j-J
Church activities then become "L.I'D;
which means we are tutoredin W I Din rn '.. Likilinrt" Won" Neither of these films H1
both their mutual hobby Cod H..I LlTirnl Jon.t. 32 Bar ...
kindness and generosity was nominated for directing or
well chief A.Vcrtwfartf. 14 Kiln Cltr. and
as as their recreation ( -
And what better foundationcan Bonn Ruih Colllnt. 18. 51.10.' CltrIF script.
J. Wood OTtrton *0, Uk. Wainnd \
marriage have than unselfish send 200 Lodi. Lens. 8k nn.r. 4.. Uk Actually "How the West Wa
So for
considerate attitudesof my -point WII.. Look At Carnival
"Tests for Husbands and o 'ph Ltlana Pfrr Jr 1} Port Won," did not even get an act
both husband and wife? Mtidr. nod Dllworlh Aim MI1U 30 I
Wives" enclosing a long Atlinta Oa Ing nomination and Harrison
True love differs from sex w..e.u Dm, II Winter HITIH med "Cleo-
ual infatuation in one main stamped return envelope plus WHIM Jielt' Ward 41, Winter' was the only actor In Amusing Hour

namely I the unselfishness 20 cents Then rate 'em before rold"Bi,r. McCormick II. Apopkl patra" to win a nomination. -
items nod Miry Frincci McMihm a.Wln..r other films named i In
of true love, you date 'emt! RaceS The two By CYNTHIA LOWRYAP golf, but the big lead that win.
Fiord 1* t>l fnp.rl were
the best-picture category I
When In- nod I.'m&.th.f1;; n. tdvirdi II : Arnold
Palmer had
teen-agers get Television-Radio Writer ner built
..... BEATLES PLAN SHOW tuba WalMownri "America America, and "Li up I
Willlim fliilrr, 92 Flint Cltr took away any suspense it might
TORONTO, (AP) The nd la ADD Scrum smiths' 11: es of the Field NEW YORK (AP-The won-
have had. At the end, the bg
Beatles, England's mop-haired .._.tI One of the most exciting racesIn world of the carnival
Rob.rt" R Hopkin.. d..d. order ..fE. the life and even the lan cliff-hanger was whether Palm.
rock 'n' will headline the of the professional
roll group, probity eyes
would break
er the I
v.lyn Pitman dtouxl. elder con course record
is
a Maple Leaf Gardens la- .idmlnlntratlonMirr In the movie business is In the strange and foreign
He didn't.
Aim Wr..d. d_aiid. order or The nom explored Sunday night by
bor Day show Sept. 7. A report directing category.
TraALITial probit* It wound up.,.. unfortunately!
: says the quartet will get $30- Mirllin urocd.mnololtooacdian.niion ind, K."n Oboe mlB nees are Federico Fellint ("Fed wisely'O with affection humor and for the CBS staff with almosta

p's fls Nlqhp'S ODO for the one-night Hand Sri Clifford Uwhorn d..eu,Cd, ordi erico Felllnl' S.%")> E11* Kazan camera work
*e 0., Ti ippolnt idmlnutritorn armchair visitor to half half hour of air time left.
Mmiii a
s 0... Clllton L..hon .nd L.... At. ("America America"), Otto I
tiwhnrn. minor order-appolnt01 remmger ("The Cardinal"); ( ; of the nation's top carni- They filled It with post-mortem

_AT THE THEATERS C,3 nnn idmlnuuition: d'_.".d. .rd.. Tony Richardson ( "Tom I II picked up a smattering of Interviews always anticlimao

FILMLAND CHIVI.IN Irtni'rlmlnUlritlonirrrar onffln. d.cei d. ordir of nan- Jones"); and Martin I Ritt culture and considerable inci tic.The most dismlsally antlcll

ItT omiva tHOWINOP Ted, and Tomorrow "Pillow Talk -. d.e..d. order of ran-adtu ("Hud"). )Kazan has won Oscars information never en

30 WITH a PAIITIAL Hila and 'OlmIIon OOVII TNUT.II Petticoat." Jolrl.Mule,.'Ito d......... nder 01prob for directing "Gentleman -:! on "Continental Class- mactic program of the weekendwas
psay aHowua ar 10 ,
ABC's of film tak.
Torliy throuili ttaturdir: "Liwrinci of Wa- ." showing
ADULT EPdTRTAIPMUdTlAcd..flV ',.bl. UNTY CLAIMS eOUIIT Agreement. and "On The APRIL
Award N.mtnM LAIIILAND DRIVI.IN .U F,W* MONDAY. For en of the Sonny Listen-Casslus
instance
,. terfront. The others have not our guide veter.
.
Tort.T ind Tomorrow "Low. With thi C7ft' I'Pn. Co" Ino. TI F t Bo GENERAL
NATALIE WOOD .. ) In "Wide
Clay fight
Prooir Btrini'r and Man la thi c.SJMu received Oscar For carnival performer Sally February.
Bur Ass,,,. ofTh Ont riinnrl (:litTodir ;. Ino. ,". T K P.UI- yet an Make sure you now World of Sports" dragged the
Yam 'OLK TNII"TIlII 8tI C ... W. CrasSWrlmtrttand Richardson and Ritt it is a first reduce all those said that fire eaters al.
throuib Biturdir: "ICisrn'CouIn m..1 8_. breathe while six rounds out to a half hour by
out doing
"
"LOVE WITH THE ... Cop D ..ooro ... Xd a.l.b.r Otis IS.Dec14 ommation which have been a o I first still of
posy THI"TIII showing
(San pictures
and that
act they never
PROPER TodiT 'ind Tomorrow t ol I'll ond M D. r .5. T sot.DsuldLttsrdn through your mind in
thi Bini of Bibylon ind "Old Dark MD , ", ** '" grease inside their mouths the fight along with comment
STRANGER" H..'. "' weeks to a very down
...
ILVIK MOON DRIVI.IN DaVld L, 98 Hard.,. MD. Tl W. H u.Dy'd workable basis they burn themselves She then the fight with pauses to
By
"
plus at t MOHIOOP.V TWIT .nd Tomorrow Mr Boa UitOTHfM .. IIAO .ft. show portions in slow motion.
Today is "real-
PICK Hero" and 'Call M. Snuni" L Hirdin. MD ,.. R. S LaniDiTid you will be able to sword swallowing
CITIES : And all with lot of talk.
a
"The Man In the AUBURNTJALE:-Oil.._. Thl Victor II.L Harden M D TI. OmIts Prim. big improvement in very easy, provided you can
and 'P'S ..ft.38.DIVld I ) line between *
a straight
,
Grey Flannel Suit" AVON" PARK., "ailani: Mini Fivorlt L Hirdrn MO. Tl. Alb.rl ft In Ing at the specific
fiportSARTDW Ca born 15564 nected with and stomach and con Recommended tonight: "Otcar" -
Outdoor Phony Amirlcan DlTld L Hirdrn, M D Tl M V Bin any large
and "gtikraut al Ounhavk "400 takings. a tendency to gag : awards show, ABC 10.midnight
HAINEfl CITY Llkl stain,, "Ttl.Vio'ori' D. rdn.i.. Hirdrn M D. Tl. Jlllll Bindh.rd .
lIun .. mod "Bull Bciond tin .i.a3112.30.! __ ._ .- HistoryBy ARIES (March 21 amusing hour was a short EST, Jack Lemmon presides -
'
1 LAKB WAtFS-t.i.' '5,,.,, Dir tsMr" : J9)) Get an early start on one of the oldest over the 36th annual ceremonies -
sod "If i Mia An.wacm'PLANT MD. Alb.rtT.ll.mnn .. THE ASSOCIATED PRESS of show business still! of the motion picture
Tonir and 1I CITY-Cipltol. "Comm.adO"PL' |]9dL orating all of your
TundayFint "Tor'edo Ba, ': O' Hirdin. N D. TI. a C. Wood- Today is Monday, April 13.the ,. Industry live from Santa Mon
: and material
Art affairs
*'
Showing I T CITY-SUrlll' *' Mill Ord rBridt ie ,
104th of 1964. There
Clark Llwlf Blnnl 112110rurtph day are
and Tiriani Tbrii 05.1.SEBR"IPIDPinrida lea
AT T and * *
It II:as TI Jan Ph.l tummnmf.In ty etc. Experts are in
'I Corn; ni 113574. 262 days left in the yearToday's .
Son The Hero"TICHNICOLOM I : "aetna Ficn of
"My Dr No"IEBRINGaIYoa Issue Appllini.ii S. Oeni Bord. In history pensive mood and Plenty Of Golf Shown I
highlight :
1103 IB MEDICAL HELP SET
.
I : 'Llini thi JuniliOoddeii tit much Be alert
ind "OkrfrnoknWAUCHULA Dom..II. Loin C. Tl. Thann Jimii8D On this date In 1830, President excellent coverage of the
"I., It t:40: OI. Btirliti Llani Itt, .rki. MOO TAURUS (April 20 VIENNA Austria (AP) The
1I.un B Hincock Ivan Soils II holes of the Masters golf
TI offered
"CALL ME BWANA" Junili Uoddm" and '"Oltl In the Andrew Jackson a 20)) The direct Foreign Ministry announced

Bob Hop In Color WINTER Ilklnl"HAVIN Kits: "Thi IneridTVINTBB'HAVIN Dfm'tllo'toU20.' : vi. QlMlri Johnianniutl toast that was to live in history. In after what course live from Augusta,' Saturday Austria's hospital unit
going
: ." 1' %. Garrett MO, TI Mr and A South Carolina states right ., showed lot of wonderful force
HiTfn D.ir' MOTIOv Mr> Luther Tutor Jr. 1325, also a positive for the U.N. Cyprus peace
"
r Dirllni and Thi Drip BiLCOAL lire Nellie. MorrUon TI Ociil Sum group had planned a dinner ostensibly health and charm : will be flown to the island short
FILM I Dill PlI. III 25'linus ADVERTISKMtNT ,
LAM DIIIIITll N tNT ... to honor Thomas Jefferson LEGAL
WounorkIusm fl. tubrt Cr. This leads
to fine Iy.
"j.I !II n a CASa *412 -10.244
NOTICE TO CMIDITOftSIN tfS14 but really to embarrass
THE COUNTY JUDGE'SCOUnT Ini. TI Cat Corn" In all your activities THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
3-COI.O5HiTs-2 TONIGHT TuEsDay IN AND FOR Pranails 14411' I. Allea TI Mr and MriIT Jackson But "Old Hickory"was GEMINI (May 21 FOLK COUNTY FLORIDA. I Insects are a staple In the
I i POLK COUNTY FLORIDA Jullns &13.7OPsutle. : ready for the occasion with IN CMANCiRY
"T,IO--: it:4tlorll IV HP: FSTATF1 OP mob sj Auburndsln ci. ISis..dll 21) Resolve to rid ANV "!FHIPTOV diet of a skunk.
..O.y Hock' HudMItIMCl.OvVT In Itann ond StoicS "...... his toast, "Our Federal Union. I ;
ROBERT H HOPMVH whatever is obsolete
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41 To All Creditor and Piraoni HIT onll Thornton on. Ml and Url way your progress ARDCt HHIPTOV. r I
C.v Or.nt T Curt ''n"O'IlIIATIOH
ny SteM. M60iwm rwfonrtant
'IiTTleOAT"Grove Inr (lilmi( or Demands Asatsitsaid . time. Experts give OXFORD
I Filial Em n .rltvi ConUactlni Co. NOTICE OF SUIT
On this date-
You, and Smell of you mrs hrnr ,- vi Jell Tirli IB24. .. confidentially, that [ ilIa t. of Florida tot
.
David L Hirden M O Tl H I. FulDivld
Thomas
President
not If If rt to tim In duplicate all Icr Jr.. $23. In 1743, Start a big surge : Ard.l Shtptnn, I LUMBER :
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'S 'flee of Richard A. Brnnnon, Coun'tr L Hardia U D TI. Billy Albrlt- 1818 the United States Hag who can give support > t for.. llverc. and oth.r rtllrf I :
filed
Judxi, hi* offln In the Ion .30 n arilnit you In th*
Court U.t. Barlow, Morlda' David L Hardin M D Tl Mri I. B as finally approved by Congresswas Ideas so that you .ntltlfd ram*. and that you
I: NOWSHOWING within al Ia ralandar mont)'o from first raised over the House with hcr.br rqulrd to carom a
Da"/ LJHird.n them.
March 10, lIed, which la th* data, M.D. ,.. Samoa Bal- progress of your aniwtr or other d.- I FOLD :
of th* flrit publication of thInsotirn lard MlDTld ot Representatives socially New ..* upon U r>. Oxford plHn
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demand Dardin M D Will TrionDaVld National Societyof '. attorney. P. o Roi ill.
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filed a* afornild or alps l ilm David 5.. Hard.,, U D Tl Bddli Htm- In 1)41 German forces occu- It you pay particular ..* ityl.d Court th* orlclnal of FOLDING DOORS I

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BEST PICTURE i / .tlon.1 I Back of Wlntlr H.. grade.In; doing civic duty .ont.... will b* 515F14 I IN WOOD
J. TOM WATHOV Atlorntyk VI Harry B. BII. '100 1943, President Franklin your prestige soars '''.' you for the relief dimind
Poll Count pnlltieil But-DlvUloa TI In the OR FABRICS II
". eland, HoiIdaI Complaint.
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n
OF THE YEAR 5T M B Lamb Ouif BirTlc Our H.... my hind and official'
TI II
in Washington. 01 office Silt!
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Oibmn Wlrt In*. Tl. Harold BtroniO Ten years ago Australian (August 22 /"/ r>. H I.OAV, JR II

t lACADEIlY! 11116 b on WItS In*. TI. Cbirll Thornlp Prime Minister Robert Menzies tember 22) If you are !,) C"r" CircuIt' Court PHONE MU 2-2191

I : Joe'Vi51bi' *d Shop TI Mr and announced that Soviet Embassy with detail where - - - - -
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Mri W. H Jruir and Liroir Jnaonr.JOr.l,1,40535.d official Vladimir Petrov had ures are concerned

fJ OPEN 11:45: bOrn 'toror.Mr; ,Bhop minor TI, 14031rtr.l Mr and been granted political asylum new era of success
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Prrl.ril SiTlnf Lola Aua. Tl after disclosing the existence of for you. Search for
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Plr.: Pedant subs' Loin Aua TII a Soviet spy ring in Australia em systems Study
B and Bin Pirruh 11401*. The United LIBRA (September
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lill.h and DarotriF JOKPCI 144345Firm States, Britain and Russia resumed tober 22) Paying MIlEYJust
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GOOF',. and Arola OlbM I 133514Pint talks in Geneva on discontinuance and giving attention to ,

c-., NftM"" _,..._.... i EMS Frdiril sod Nillonaf Sin Bivln Towai.U.Bank* Loss Wlntir J404J1Cxchanii Ann'Ra.TlPiul of atomic tests. meat and Insurance :: :
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Ton. ii P risc.. I Olbbi, seals One year ago-Pope John appealed now
MYRENCEOFAK4BH Crown Pen.. <'WI"2 Ap.ncr. Ine. ll. Hill for world peace in an disappointing to tell us how much you need to pay

I .Ii Crown Suritr .u'y. Ini ,s. Paul P Easter message. ther In business or old
i PRESlEY Bliokburn, t. n ife. : bills// for home improvements, car
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USK60N6TO 1VE60TTO M l/PWTH/ \ ALL THE\ OTHER KM' WILL AVE

1 DEAR ABBY II HAVE A SCIENCE KINO Of"PROJECT THATULl BEE OaS ANO 61/6/ AND BATTENS T AT'5 IT !

. BU AT SCHOOL.IP 50 MI6tNAL i\NDGC DIFFERENT AND MICE( ANO W AMO AX OF

Whet's your problem For I (D SURE LIKE TOI THAT Ill BE CERTAIN 10 WiN THAT STVFF..fVE 60T TO THINK OF
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DEAR READERS: A few weeks ego, the following letter DEAR ABBY: That bus driver was smart to go right on PROUD 1D BE I'LL PPMRS.DLMMPINGTON ORTVrb ANDWECAN ATOUfIAGEDISCTJSS WE'LL BE OF C URSS.DEARrrMAKRILD

appeared in my column: Instead of to for the AGAIN-IN Af TENTATIVE WE CAN'T 6EWEDDINC3 ,
stopping
care dog he hit In the road. a S{,
"Dear Abby: When I was young (and pretty stupid). I struck a dog on the f>RILaTAILMONTH D4TE51.I TEANT EAN'TN W6IeK lj W k

"Today, while I was on a school bus. the driver hit dog. highway. I stopped and tried to get the injured animal into N'6!! (/

AU of us kids told him about it and he just said 'I am aware my car so I could take him to the vet's. lie was slightly mad ,

of that. He didn't even stop to see if the dog was dead or and. in his frenzy bit me badly on the face. I had to have tl rf 1TtL tiI

not. None of us kids could do a thing It stitches In cheek. That 23
my was years ago, and 1 still >

LOVES DOGS IN KOKOMO, IND." carry a very ugly scar Smart people don't go near injured q

I replied: animals They report them to the proper. authorities at the first
"DEAR LOVES DOGS: opportune moment M 1l

"The bus driver should have stopped and done what he LEARNED A LESSON IN KENT, 0. =
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could for the poor animal. Had the driver been alone, the r

crime would not have been less, but to have set such a poor DEAR ABBY: If that bus driver in Kokomo had stoppedto .

example for the school children is Inexcusable. Investigate the Injured dog can you imagine what could 0 _, '

Hundreds of letters poured In. Here are a few: have happened if some of the school children followed him out ........ -I

DEAR ABBY: Are you nuts or something? A school bus of the bus to Investigate also? Perhaps the bus driver would -- -- -

driver Is prohibited By law from stopping his bus and have been ,
gettingoff responsible for a couple of dead children.
BUT I ODNV KNOW VOU I ONLY HOPE THAT THE AND IF I DON T SUPvTVE
to leave his bus unattended. That bus driver was only MOTHER OF SIX COULD OPERATE THE MARRIAGE LAWS OrJ THE MOON TEMPEATURE5IATLEAST

doing his job and I think you owe him an apology. THIS IS THE WAV SPACE COUPE.v MOON ARE LIKE THE ILL DIE IN THE
BUS DRIVER IN MASON CITY IOWA DEAR ABBY VOU WANT IT MOON MAID MARRIAGE LAWS ON ARMS OP THE GIRL
: Although the bus drive did the right thing Q -ITS ALL RIGHT EARTH. I LOVE.

in not stopping I think he could have said more than, "I am M WITH MI!. ,..NY.,
DEAR ABBY: I love dogs, but If one gets In my way whenI ware of that" when the children told him he had hit a dog. fV \ : ,

am driving. It's his funeral. My brother once put his brakeson Had he explained that he could not stop but would report the x i

suddenly to avoid hitting dog on a highway and he bang. accident as soon as he got the children to their destination

ed his mouth on the steering wheel breaking off four healthy he would have put the children at ease and not have given .

front teeth. He came very close to Involving two other careY them the Impression that he didn't care whether he had killed .. : gi

In what could have. been a serious accident. a dog or not. ...-.d t

BURT F. IN SAN FRANCISCO COMPASSIONATE IN OWENSBORO KY.- I 3 0 e.r klw wM/ 1



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took up the challenge after 1115MU.eaIiWlues 111_"........". MINNIEMAY A1' 1RI
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NOTICI TO 5I1-C.. Pa4ehM Wild ( CHI N.. 1*c.) Senate Bill No. 145)Notice C
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IN PHI COUNTY 3 /0-Mw.al IiW1adi Nolle I* hereby slven that H It hereby liven that H 1 I ,
COURT IN AND .FOR POLK '. _........ Disc 15 clippie holder of Tee C.rtlllrole B. Hippie. holder of Tag Certificate
COUNTY, FLORIDA "'.11_"_..'".. No, lass' :lsau.d the lit day of >e, SO, l.nued the let day of 4 P
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EDITH Ii:. a.EL'I my .Wea end has meds .n ape my office and lies mad an application
tleeruedTn : ;:::;. "h :;; plication for a taa deed to be I I.. for a t.i deed to be
An Creditor and Pereone Hail- ued thereon Held' certificate embrace lamied therton paid certlfloteemhranei
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Esta11: jPresident Illia I In the County of Polk. In the County of folk
.You and lack of row aN It.I or .'IMlda. to-wlt Miat of Florida, tn.wlt: ARE SitZ ARC VOJ AMP TD
P1, noufled to flit In duplicate.r..1 Block r. Lot ti, J, T Her.ne Black I Lot I weal 11 Ft ofi.
claim end demands which Told Formal )'t lot Add. Kertion in, .'. of North 8115 ft, P.tter- ROLL CALL WILL MAT THERe 6A.366 60iNe TO MARCH RAID T1AT
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"f Ktlcon.Richard doe.a..d A. Bron. n, CountrJudft. Wear Is NeededBUENOS The a.eetement IIf ....I property FsaL II Uogth, Bans II MARCH ZO MILES TO CK1t5TONS MAIN'II 1

at hi. office in th. Court under eeld certificate uuuod was Tl ......m."t eusd' prnp.rty BIVOUAC, BUN Tub 'FCBSTACLE
Hou.. et n.rtow rinrlda within.. AIRES. Argentina :In the nam of Ml.elon Hd/Ihta l under said Carl/fleet./ I..d wee C17URS(
al"i calendar month from April Inc. tnleet the said' certificate In tht name of Mettle Ma Mlllt. Eel '
offIcers
tiles. ,. th d.tt of the (AP) Argentine protocol THEN MARCM STOCKADE j
w fclrh .hell h. redeemed according to C"I. the said certificate. thall be L
rir.t puhlfc.llon nf this "?"'' are trying to convince I law, th* property deecrlhed" therein redeemed .ocordlni to law. the n BACK! +
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rltlrt.. muet fiat Chi ptocf President tier at the Courthouse door en sold to the highest hld reeldemand poet nffli _addreerof wear white tie and tails at a :the flr.t Monday, lt* month of <'ourthou e door on the flrat Jolnn.d. I .1 ,
tie elatmant, mint h, nni I"and for West Ger. May lilt, which la the 4th day ., In the month of May, l I.U, 5x
mail be filed II aforejald, formal reception 'at May, IMI. Shlch It the 4ih day >if Ala! ). 1544 flat
Or else. mama will tiecom many's President Helnnch Dated this Sfth day ef March, listed thla nth day of Marxr:,
Theodore Uwrenct KelaonJ I_MHEAL, 1PMOLAU.
:':' Luebke May 4. Illia broke prec ,( ) n H BLOW Jut r M. KLOA.V JR. r '
..t Hear"' edent by wearing a gray business Clerk of the Clerk of th. r
<* :. Florid* \enue Circuit Court of rircuil rnurt' lit 5.1!
Lak '1a,4. Funds suit to his own Inauguralion. Polk County, Florid Polk County riorlda r
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I> LAKELAND: LEDGER BUILDING TRADES EMPLOYMENT EMPLOYMENT INSTRUCTION MERCHANDISE AUTOMOTIVE

Monday, April IS, I IM4LtOAL CLASSIFIED '
: lit Automobiles for Soli
... ADVERTISING 14 Building, Carpentering 52 Help Wonted 54 Help Wonted. Mole 14 Schools 99 loots, Motors Suppllis

AOVIMTIKMINT 14 BOAT. eantnla, eleetrl I( COMET, '(1. four lo. nation ,
RATES ROOFINO WINDOWS. aluminum LAYOUT MEN. lUllctural Ololat FLORIDA LAROBST and metmodera HF motor. tint Trade wa000 Slick radio heater
Odin. porahei. repalra. alteralona *. only fully eiperleoeed s.cadnlni beauty ithool Lakilaad for amaller t.I.].4004 Nearly new. (JOO Air ondltlou.d.
NOTICt TO CMDITOH' ', (0 .. nereuary tool. of tradir ColHil III Pine SIjirzMS ra. .
Si* PL lens eionthi to pap EConuacUni COLORED PERSON 21 to, Beauty par sac A.| mile.
I IN TNt COUNT OF THI' Mnunum II Worl Compur Inmred should .pol a' 1111. lirnL II... air .oltdl- la FT PLYWOOD boat with 01.ber.lao lie PinIon with sold credit enflnaar
COUNTY JUDOI .-. Phone MO t-12(2 A. Zimmerman 45 years of age Experj II 4e pee hou. CU..L 'l'oa ", YU 11-4II11 bottom and J ( motorBoth low cah down
OF POLK COUNTY FLORIDA Minimum Charge-$1.05 UU (20M F Ita... enced In office work filing. To.ndro.. Fr.n' Mu'ah' Cop (SO. (((-123(. Wilder Road 30 teas than (40 M'"mu,.
In Re: biiinie of .... Word Deri Diy Dana Dave Pembroke. 1'I0ld. PhoOe Rat.tow. Phon..onth. "onthl
:'II\\III: ZOLAH GRKKVTo I I i tua.IIS 19 typing, bookkeeping and 13JoJ"0 133-Hit Tan WANT A NEW 10' 0 .8' _ _ _ _
"... I II] sa 40 (3 ?( ( v ill feinting, Dtcerotlng Meadi .1 WA'" "4101. We are VOLKSWAGEN Panel Truck.
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All CrMllort unit Pfn...n.0'Ii..*. }?-J Iff 4JSS" \\iK cashier Woman preferred "u'l epportusltomRlaeeAPPLIcAOT5 BETTER JOB fiberglass fishing boats loadlni doors M etdo and bark
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In1 ('lag:,,,. or Dernaidu AI.ln.1 71:. in i 10 4(0 Ho IC SO would consider man. Mus FOR chief officerepartmeat. Priced to sell with Murraytraierl. 32J We t Bonny Drlv 01.218.
4 Jaat.: S fire For ,. Take Your Choice: tt60 CHEVROLET Impall 4-door.
cmos
CLASSIFIED SPACE RATBSH have good personality for pe
inn, nnd each nf ynu are 1pi.- M per columo inch. HOUSE[ NDPAINI1NG1[[ IOnol In.'ot. tend return to I IBM Keypunch Green with whltO top Poweulidepower .
II" ?ufflift.d I" rite .11 .'IInti. IInd dealing with tenants. Posl Pled 1 .... of Co.. Will Finance. . .. power brake,
CLASSIFIED DISPLAY HAT .1 t.lk. 0 Shorthand
d.m.n" nl.1k Speedwritlng heater, eetual mlln. on.
.IIkh yost h.\'. pi.IIIaI$ tion bonded. Eight hours a PO 5,0 10(. R 0
: he. eatai of Mlnnl. Zol.h tl 30 par olumn labCoolr.,1 I 1 Comer North Florida and owntr Will take traderininclni .

dnceaiied In th* of fire of Rlc-hnrcl tlieen >> Ratee Upon R.nunul day five day a week. NATIONAL COMPANY repreeen.illv Typewriting Memorial Blvd. can b* arreoied (U.
A. = "' will Interview mblUaue S 1 Office Machines 0073.
Ptronion Cn"ny "du. at Mi Write P. 0 Box 1009, Lake 10. Car telepnono and bondable .
trrl. In Ih. Court llntiee it n..r. WANT AD DEADLINE ? neoeaiary EeUbllih saleS Comptometers iso CHEVROLET Impale converllble -
tnw Horlrta$ land. U.S. Coast Guard 1 Watk with .
iihln pit rlendn ,'oate. .bll la.
VVOKO sos 1(0-(120 weekly to IterlLontarl .1
rnonlh from Mnrch 11 Bookkeeping red interior Power iteenni.
1911. which Pubi eatlen Mr. O.Ir.ed.r. Holiday
I. thiu data uf Ih. th'lI I'"bll'allon' : Day DeadlIne PDI" Monday Approved Snobs and (lid.. air eon.lloa.d.
or IM notice. ta'h ..INlipi or d.. Monuiy 11 00 A M Saturday Have the job done NOW 1.0..8. Start any Monday LIFE PRESERVERS 31,0 mlln Wi ., cia
niand mint b. In writing. mu Tu..... 4 30 P. M MondayWedneiday / IF YOU tan work leni houre. Day or Night 1..nr.. 8 .( a.I7.
'11. tn* place nf ..Idoni anc> 4 30 P.M. Tueaday with the Vlp of an easy-to LICENSED ..11 print adnrtlilnt and UM SELLING AT Mi PRICE labs VOI.KIIWAOEN.

newt offlc.addrraa of th. claim Tboreda' manage First Federal (100. plua. per rear. lend letter. Jackets, small each..}].4! SrI al "onlleli..o cnd.
REAL ESTATE led reeume to P O. Sol M 211 Lakeland tOI. ,
Ant, be ... P M
mud .or" to and mmHill 4 30 WednudayFrldty
Home Improvement Loan Lakeland LedierEXPERIENCED Jackets large each..62.98 2040 automatic. ...
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h flied at'".' h."m.'old.. tel OPC PERSONNEL LUMBER and Jackets medium each $2,61 t.l.at l.b.OI." oa4ltloa. Maw
Saturday. la 00 Noon FridaySunday ... .
: MY MI.MIMAV! Funds Immediately build In. supply aoleanian to work On Lake Wire. LaVeland Iralr.lI. ntw tlreilaw .
30 P M Friday
4 .. .
Cushions each $278
I.K'I;A LI;TINDA: : LIOHTSFTIH DISPLAY ADS available Lakeland Winter Haven, U nude isle counter Apple Inpercaa Phone 686-9SM .... (21 mi. PenniylvanlaCLEAN owner, 1290
Co.EeuLore Imperial Lumber CoHiihwiy ,.
t'II Monday 11 00 A M Saturday a Repay monthly Lake Wales, Sebring Wau- 17 South lartow. "'or. GENERAL HARDWARE 1MI tour door Bukk ra.

Tue.day, 12 00 Noon MondayWidneidav Low chula. We need 10 top ,Ida. din; eulomillc encewn.mn. .
in 1..1'
THI cost
CIRCUIT' COURT or 210 E. Pine'' MU 2-0627 .
M30 (M H2519SI .
TNt DISTRIBUTORS WANTED Make LIVESTOCK
TINTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT 9 1210 Noon Tu.adsp men and woman for Polk -
Or FLOnilA IN tea d.' roar' future _ur.. will n.'... VOLK8WAOEN Ion roof
AND F0
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FOLK COUNTY. 12 00 Noon Wedn*.dyPrldty FIRST FEDERAL Hardee, and Highlands lee four lilary while tralnlni KATIBAS HARDWARE 1 model clih and take uppiyment
IN CHANCIHY' 12 00 Noon ThundaySaturday County. Previous experiencenot 10 ... a Watklna' DlitrlbulorHIM II D.... Cats. Pots SO (34 31 month, ..
MOKTOAOe' FORtCLOSUftlrlRUT 12 00 Noon Thuraday -((30, H.2, 826.834 N Florida I Ave anClime. 1311 Vial Place.
train
will
We
M-nrRU, 8A\IVJH: ) Sunday. II 00 Noon Friday : required. IETTTB POOWJ B*****. Prweulenil Phone MU 2-0713 1 IMS Lincoln iedn Sell.

AIOn: LOAN: : ANMnCMTIflN OP Th. Ledier will not b* r*. I SAVINGSAND you and prove to you that CHAUFFEURS (rciraiai. atoMs, IIU" CHtl.. o( Leon Hebb .10
LiAKLIMND: a Corioration .lea UeJ RotatoR. Road Shop.oat'4040. Furniture & South Broadway. Barlow Florida
iponilblo for more Uia on* can earn more
Plaintiff. Incorrect Iniertlan you moneyat a_.. ...-_:_ __ 10 ApplanceIItIO.RATORI

__'0_ LOAN ASSN. 8% commission quickerand WANTED MaXlllKMKU CH1HUAHUAB. tw* W A S H I It B,
,'UAnl.:1'I I : ,. HtMF and wife. 'I THE LAKELAND LEDGER easier than ever before.INVESTIGATE math aId *Mr. fo, isle. Stud otO. All
Qcz Chauffeur with lite model eonllilon.r. 117 Automobiles Wonted
LOIIl:1'1'A .:Anu:.x: .: ttc.ns i TELEPHONE merIts, small eheoeJaia maleMu nke '
0 k o MRI: : : rare. Pleaiaal daIly tI..n. (. ,o.Ia. espertwrvlce
hlHUMPH. OF LAKELAND III
) Oood conversation, Call pt.- _ _ I. ., Mod oed ap- .
;/k/a JKKTTA Ml'MBSI : ) : MU 6-1151 than Rotaenben IN PERSONat c-wHrri"I.- po.dleo toe p1150. our Kelvlnitor and WAN CLEAN ear. .t'N
.ARIl> M ;XMR: WR1OIIT ) Downtown' Crime at Trnniuee YOU OWE IT TO YOUR Cloth Motel. Lakeland .... ('all IOU :IoIVU Sot,i* dealer. Nit Dy TV. No. C. MU 5-3561.
R I-US: : __ :.._ .
VbLMA :I. .
r Dr.:It.. p1110cm.. 1130
) Phone 86 (ill Auburndal
.\NN\WkN-4 IIKZCRE FUTURE. Call collect 683. HOVNU Hudeilaa Rldiebackfemale PAY CASH lor pickup truck or I Ira
and
(rni-in, i m RI. M; OK ) drove Park: Crvital Like Drive 5707. PERMANENT Mloprnln balua Blue Tick. ...1.. MO 11-111 under (7 model. Plea*. eaU 0
WIMtR( UAVrVtef .t Meadoworook .. yauni doRa from tall iron VACUUM CLEANERS rebuilt r*.-MU :1 II'.
'nilante ) ANNOUNCEMENTS Phone (((-7121 ( for *..1111.... dependable Phone (JA.4(. BirlawTMOROUaH'BHKD ondltloned new Repalra, Carlo, CASH IN a naih car or pickup .
) ALL STATEDEVELOPMENT porno ,. ate U limb echaolaraduel
Oraaifleld
Electrle 3131 Cleveludlenht '
NOTICE OF SUIT IN I- PEKING E S E (3 or older Oil M-M. Wild
*. with ....... nil .rau." Blvd HO ttmBAROAIN : .
INToMwwvnYratu" 21 i plant equipment maintenibackiraund "",, DappleS for iaje. Call_(((-I07SpiK'lNOItBE BUI' He.ltI.WANTII2

: 5 Personal Notices Hosting CORP. Includlni walttiniwith PUPPY.' lemale: AKC TV Completely : OLD junk raraureeks. or Dew
.\:\ .:IHS DE LBB: :, mechiale dmt- bullS and soars 010cM OS *( .. for .
eiperreace Prompt pickup
Z .*.1..*..... *....on.nl shot, Very c.b
I"'den..ro : ROOriNO DEPBNDABLI Sorb.msn&hlp 0 atlnirbir and abllty 0P Pens Initallitlon Always
able seter Call Slack's.
of ovtni and untie. MO ( (907Livestock :
83111.
Hm.. Alabama BUT SELL uied tooli. luni and Eair paTmenta tin Developers lo ualit In lupervlatai, plantperatlon Lakeland ben buy In new nuaed
T0i, x *!"'. ld'r anA *"".. iportln eoodi Dial MO 2439(1 _.ea Lumber Compani. (00 ROCKET CITY I, HolmeS Company Ino,. TV at Nice k Day TV 1330Auburnd WE PAY (II up for Junk care
n ,.N Oeiuha and voiir unknnwi ( fur ..11m." Culberion Hirdwaro W Main MU (-3141.ALL PO. sun >4J7. Lakeland 89> *!* Reid Open tlU (00 Freo pick up Tonkel boa oldM.lSl
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"''"..*. and all unknown .. sain Ine C2-3117,
,
partlei TRADINO STAMPS eirhanied) or TYPES .ld.nll.1 or .081. M

at<,iln r 'nf t ,vou Interent and. all by unknown through Mr 01 6.7.842 bought Altaian (07 gut LimaLOIS morrl.1'a roofi rtoof,repaired nt and Sheet or replacedMiCor Metal 53 Help Wanted Female S6 Salesmen AT STUD. irindua Rem-O-Wir of Man-O-War theroo.b.bred SAVE CASH FOR YOUR CAR

II" In Inll ci rlalttlni tun VetO Mn ,
to hmi olive i 3131
."v rlchi title nr Intcreat SLIP Cover Shop fOSCheitnat -' SALESMAN WANTED for how I.ver }t handi. Produc.a.neel. 25 to 50%
In th. VIIAITRE" WAN.D. II
to
see
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UL TYPEO tootle, lent hunleri and Jumper, Clovrleaf
1""nnt)' hereinafter' == Road (((80;( Draperlea reoalrrd orreplaced. ill very. lie ll- O Communion. lndni Chevrolet will
described 31 725 W"I Memorial Liai.ardlADIZO on
are E Ranch CT 9 2145. Wloleifavep. '
RepaIrs' .
I h. I r<>\ not If If d that a omnlalm, bediipreada. allpeo.eo.Aoatri .uerlU1" : 7105 compani "beneflla hciplUl ( ou car I II ilea
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C c..ooll IU-eIJ5 .
I" tor.cI( sn.oel.I ns.aaoo. roe.Olnel. Ptoofiog Co. Narnsoaio. to.'omo itlon.. Ufa aceldint and BADCOCK'SReBuit
moacorta In iroup
MorHHne on coda Sod lo.tall.llon. flu,,. and enjoy 01'01 ...ark.In. .
tho MIoKlnr/ health Apply Borden Dairy PINTO entle. well blokn CAR PAYMENTSTOO
deacrlbed
to ''I' propertyTh .,... of asmole. to .hoo. from 24 Plaster .Stucc.'LASTERINO . condition It the OIm. 11,00so 44 Late Wire Drive . PHY.fn. horses for sale Living Room

F...t ItlJ fret of th. otilh CHRISTIAN N (I RSI NO home a PuU" Brush d..I.r Pull. AIM rent (8(.73(1.
or part time, Par further InM Furniure
Hi feet of Tract" *| of th* onen Speclil attention ilven to FATCH1NO new rurm.llon. call ( .4>4( ,dish 5 t Work Wanted I *lc* HIGH?
He-Mat of Bin",'o Plar at. he n.... of each patient MU reillnn Alterationa and aitrlltlFree n".. 92 Wanted Livestock 11,101 room *ult>.
Lake Alfred. Horlda ai .hoxn -15(3 ..Um..... llcenaed Jeff Telon RACTOB WORK wanted M.... .t Priced Low fendarvla Chevrolet will car off

hi Map or Pint thereof re.orded .. Mal AUTO INSURANCE Had an ae- MU a.lII3I WOMAN WITH 510nusnerace Ini and dliclni. New'euuiprnet.QuIck I I coon (at* model .. and lend
In the t Offlt of th. Idem no in.urine.I I sIll *lei ability. and lood referenceiit aervlce Call for free ettl. WA"n few '.Ir tittl any $89.95 and up. roil home la one von can afford

aid dork for of folk Ih. Circuit County.Court Horlda In monthi to pay. Call MU l.a48e USE/ I'DGl I or' better 30 tt. hub car a.school......education,. .m.11 I 0,51cm.. Fred L Poweri UD 0-0(32 Wi.pay. MTJOO31..b prlc.Power ro, opeotacuhar 1..lnnI. Mr, ItuaaeU

In1..' B-k 91. Pni |. I 1i LEI picture end photo fram. CLAMfllD ADS amount of 1.Un., some tosdo MACI dulrea p.e hOod furnitureVISIT
log Reasonable 12] Lake Beulah rural.b.d. Thorouih tre nlni with .
ho h..n fIled ..hlOt 11m. bookkoeolna P0011100 Call BADCOCK'S
,nil, are required you and IQ Drive iportunlty for advancement.mid 533-10111. B....... .I..a .30 In LEDGER PENDAVISCHEROLE
of your Anawer or t nearroa Pleadtni In coIl the, ) SM1RLEV PLOWER and Hobby ., conilder part time baali. and S 30 ..,okd.,.. Used Furniture
Write ilvlni outllni of
ComplaInt on ItHlntlff U attnrnoe Shop 3340 South Florid Com. BUSINESS SERVICE prevloui JUNIOR WEST all lawn eerv- CLASSIFIED ADSMERCHANDISE Department
.porloure .dunllon, ... .. Boo
J TOM WATSON and JAMrS P 01.10 line of millinery luppllaa. -250, Lak.l.nd Ledsar.WAITREOBEA I.. and epraylnl. houne wnihlnind In .
JMHN. P o Bo 3$. Lakeland, LI.I frame,, mlUTUUSILVER 30 Parlor palntlni Phono MTJ (.I32(. Mulberr
'',, .. and fll. th. original Alln.er ' DOLLAR Spencer foinda' Beauty AND rook wanted II no aniwer. MU (.3700 724 lIe nvlnii you D. will Don WILL PAT risk la, clna ..r .r
:ippI. I 10 103' Loot MolD, han pay for .. and old.r. Mil 54400.
or Pleading In th. office ,1 ion specIal. until Klh Call for o..n Creacent Drive Lakeland Florida ou pickup 'n .r
the ri.rk e.f the Clrmlt Court CLARA BEAUTT Salon tomplel.hrsul 686.46&e. 682. 05I to MulberryW.S.BADCOCKCORP..
on ,ointment Sarah Short MUblock I.IOHT CARPENTIIRING a o d
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hair aivllniolorlni boll
rsernieo
1'' before tho 2I" day or April 2.01114 DAY COOK m. wiltreii. curb muni. Work by job or hour
A P 10ct. If you t.U| t, on ao likl permanenti Oak Acettilein .Irl. Experienced, Apply In per MU 3.2100.WANT 95 Bicycles MotorcyclesTRIUMPH 121 Mobile Homes
WIDOW WOULD to ohireulr Kathleen Clara Garland0070 MU
a INyren Pro (onfeaao _
will be "cn. Dottli At Jack!, TU We- .
token aealnit you fur th* relief t.ndilion.d ham. .lth refloedlode. boob, CARPENTERING work ..nd'o.Inlln. AND Timaha ..aleoSad
d.andod: In the Complaint' ..I..nt .urroundlllll 000 oatavor p reaxnablerlcel Main Store and Warehtuae
Tl ie ;Not'c. chill h. puhllehedn 36 lownmoweri & Service No lob too email ((2-(J( nodela iport modal "
ten mlnu' from omen live In. no homework. .
'.,' week fur four brunt door Mulberry Store Hours: sops atoran. P..t anppllH. In*
tack Lakeland Cycle Co
th. week ron.eru doontnan Ileforenee. nothaflotd1B04 r.r. for oldrrly ..om.n. Good HONING AND dreii hemmlniReaionebl lit S ( m. 1 S pm dally. FrL Bit* isrod. bonded I. and nationaltraniporteri
In Ih* Lakeland Ledger Richmond RaidTransportation. REPAIRS ON all make lawnmow hum. sunolt. OIl..,. MU 2.0001. Call MU 2-1117 112 Weit Memorial ((a-MM. until ( Jack, 4710 tOssTampa

new.paterr eraan d amall eniine Free eitlatei We.t RIb Street HARLEY /1&0. foot 74, fuly Open All Day Ihwar. MOMI4.
;>;,: AND .hli. W.n..da
ORDERFO
at Bar .. on repalra. Cable Autolectrle I dreiied black, A Over 00 aaioriat
OOINO NORTH VaraUanlniTCOLORED
tow = con'lloa .Ir. .IDI
Horlrt. thin latIn of YOUNG LADYWe Iun 3005'.
day 7 80S Norm Florida AM 1IPIIIn.' MaIm Itroumemnatebr or 1118-1201. ., .PORTMAN. 'oi
your ee.&IOII ,
March Al',. |i$4. b.lh. (
Phone HTI t S301 Iea'
Lakfland
Auwclat I
...nd.bl. lawn oar. PIIoa.MU Ukei II Stor
). ole rail,. "' Mull plua >
/(/ f II. SIX5\N: JRClerk 8" pevnenta
Bl* No Florida .
An."Radreel
Circuit Court MAN OOINO to WUroniln 1 pn. need a young lady for a.34. (0 Bouliae Circle. (((.
P.RO, enter Help drlv, free triniiporitlon 37 Mattress Renovating automobile billing clerk. GIRL wanta mular Will Treat Iou Rliht: lnel after 10m.ONE .
Referencei CY 4 1213
lob ( dan week No tooklni ANTIQUI WALNUT deik wrlnier
THE INTI4C CIRCUIT COURT' OF Winter Heven IATTRE81 RENOVATINO 1lervloe She must be a fast and ac- Call betmeea a and (. (((-1(1*, SPRING SPECIALS ype waihlnt marhln. lrte

OF TENTH FLORIDA JUDICIAL IN AND CIRCUIT FOR i d., Ace Mettrei Co.. curate typist and have some COLORED WOMAN daslrea work hair. alnil bed MU 4-OH4 ONLY

POLK COUNTY 000' PboD UP HK4I horthand Preference will MU 24055. 964 XLCH Beautiful "HI. TEN ROOMS. enleloera.. iso
IN CHANCERY .t.onoa. cam. aotlnuao. clrpoh., NEW 50'xlO .
MORTGAGE FORECLOSURE' USE LEDGERCLASSiFIED 49 Wells Pumpt.ET be given to someone with H" blue. Custom 11.. nn, L.k. Morton. I"lulb
equip
EAST: RIVhR automobile title and BI.d. 10 S rn-I 0 m.TRECOL .
BAVINGU BANK, contract FINANCIAL ment 2 bedroom
A irporatlo ADS MONTGOMERY Ward drill ,
REPIOIRATR
experience or some
,
Plaintiff. our well and Innall poor water
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$3790R&BMOBILE
_\'_ 575(0 m. Cp to 3( montha I* MBUSINESS legal experience. Applicant 1964 XLCH I.HI.FIie LIncoln.

T..\OVAI lf. .n A. DMVOT: and Ph'ne MU 1.1103 must be neat in appear 62 Business Opportunities Purple
BETTY B DtWOLFflefendnte !
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3 I COMPLETE rooms good HOMES
) ance, able to meet the public

NOTICI' OF SUIT IN and accustomed to working CHOICE roperllei BUSINESS M.I Rudy and Income LMLaRealMr Only one left, Harley.Davidson furniture $199.93. Paymentsonly

MOATCAOK FORECLOSUI' .. SCAT. .SO month. 1639 W. Memorial Blvd.
1M7 Memorial' Blvd $11
> under per
TO: liiNAIIi: A. IIEWIIII.' and preseure.LAKELAND .
.U 5.4007. Lakeland Florida
wife. .;TTY B. r>r;\\ OLKreldenre SERVICE ,
POLK
: I'n known FORD HOME-.FOUR rental unite com
TOU Dosun A. O.woU', tC lately burnIshed. Oood location These brand new 1964 MART

SlId wife. lI.'I"rY B DKWOLKarid CO., INC. In Country Club ltal..... i01verrt HARLEY-Davidsons and a TRADNG 100 13o25.3SnWIDFS
your II Ilk 125 Lake Mirror : ., 0114071.WANTED I
110"noOntIme. ."d Drive .U3.204
MOBILE INSURANCE
HOME
big stock of clean .
alt unknown partle. clalmlnir I In use
f rela by through or again == DIRECTORYFOR 'ANTED' ,: CAR' hop: K ror TO BUY motorcycles are now on STORAGE A FARTS

you. and all unknown partle hav llhl and day Apply In perion. .is-
In" 0. dahllln" to hO\'. any right Whirl Wind Drlv In 14J1 Lke. play at 104 Gas Oil Fool DEE'S
till or Intereat In the properly land Hllli Blvd. Polk County I

notified rieieltiafter that deurlhed a Complaint, are In herc-bv for.. YOU TO USE AS A QUICK REFERENCE WAITRESS WANTED neat and Liquor license. PROPANE OAS for CMklnt b.*.. MOBILE HOMES

ependable Lakeland Lane. MU POLK COUNTY ..
rlon a certain :Mortgna on the la. bat *. IrlllloD. 11'u(41 N. Wlbe.h MO (.B5 (
followingdcicrlbed property to. >- WHEN YOU NEED IT! 3.eloeAIRLINE I Write Box M-271 HARLEY DAVIDSON trIal uil CII 888.JI., 1.
erll ... 1333
*lit: JT of Flamln.o Lakeland Le 1ger.MOU8. 1043 New Tampa Hiway Aubumdale.81.h...,. 10'.50' KNOX deluie hoiue Hiller -
Helitht. '" OPPORTUNITY Two front kitchen
rtiibdlvlilon Auburndal r'lor. AppliancesFOR Painting I like new .room.. (3(00. W. R,
Id. .. shown by ;Map or Plat I. AND biasinesa for ulo byowoer. 'Come on in and 'Talk Hamlet 111 .Arlina street. Phone

th.renf recorded In th. Off IP* rsSS PROMPT repair on refrie.erliora i PAINTING. WASHING, floor Be A Stewardess For TheNations ', Hi.hway II cait of Plan 105 Jowilry 6(4-.1179 after ( p mU'
CIt,. 752.2720.PARTNERSHIP. Trade' with EI.
of the Clerk of the Circuit, sod IspOIlsntrs. ebbs. interior eiurlor ..tla'i Most Progressive
(ourt In and for Polk County waahhill m..hln. Pree eitlcnatei. reawnable ..' FOR tall Auto TRA VELLE' 111.1 .. r
Florida In plat Book 17, Pig ..... Dnpaptmeot.. oall Tiunilte 6an5Iea Clip.boryips ;,01-IMS >m-tnig, Mr Turtnen Airline! leclrle rebulldlni. Will train WI PAT daSh. diamond, told hl.r.r. .le.11 nor
17. coin. old *old. pliilnum. allverNelara lurnr .. ... (129(.
eluding peolflrallv but not Picture Frames 1 EASTERN AIR LINES mill .Inveitment After >. ((3 Potential.431( unmlted 97 Article For Sale-Mist. 5 Jewelry. 1M 1.1 Flor- Charlea Oldie Rout a. Pus 1(3Winter .
H... li the creer opportunity Raven on Lake Mariana
b .. Service Ida
of Auto
) limitation Repairs -
.r th ful- ...r lifetime with TRAVELPRE811OE i 11 WEST Memorial tii.d. Corner off Lynchbun Schmidt
i if Beautifulramei our AUTO OLA8S and door repair l.d.
bAltIC I Item i If rai Inntent: 'ICTURB FRAMES
(\) ', and AND OOOD PAVI! Ioiailofl. R.nl 11I0 month Call parti Initalled For free ntlraau Taller Park
HIlly Wall Heater, FREE rilk.li. Fire HP UeureeService I and mauldln Cuium 106 Machinery i Tools
Nork. MU 2-3118
You he train d
II Miami
;Model #65 e W. Center 1115 north Florida I'nd, made Dames Art Shop at nil Cliff Ward, JU 1..1 Mail 1883 H1LLCREST two bedroornlIke .
baa Penn flied a"alll.t YOU andv = Avenue for that .ummo tsrs. 1 tool OrIr.lln' Street MU 1 1304 B nnii vlllaa America" moil. RESTAURANT EQUIPMENT MU a-oolS new Mutt ..1. MU -42J7
..lUtlful itearde tralnlni BYER8 DRAGLINE model (3.
ron.tf
.nd Eseell.oI locstloo
bu.lnH.
u Ire required| tn aera cop (los aafrty Impede 00 electronic tIltfomlIp . where you'II polo iwlmmlninoicphere With .ood Suelne.. .oln. vow.Oeer CTHlllNa POSTS, ireatl' 14(0 seller. .. ... of Leon Hebb 0' Se owner. New TampaHlthway
Suppliesi .
with the lateit Plumbing "
0 'Ut ueror PleadIng 10 the rar meihanlen tolflnu, sod Ihl anctoor a'rI II reone Ue.4e&8, 1182-to&8, J ..OOlPletOipWeldod. !eta Ioul Broadway. Barlow,
Cumlalnt nn Plaintiff* *iinine\e. l- eaulpment our 4(" ere arm with ( : .. V tog isle.
J IIIM WAPHON! and JXMhl r. can enpertly tak rare oftomotlve .11 .11. i n MORRIS Do.It Touriell TD tualifn for oon.ld.r.llon asao TixACO. INC iii li.llo'or ; 11005.. (( (0 end (11(0 par Fori' t WHITIY SUS

hAlls. P 0. lion 31 Lakeland repalri. Call 113-3223 I RomAine and Electrical supplies Saitern Air Li000slewlrdru. Irs'. In Auburnd.l. .,.. OD Horn delivery (oe. Phone (((. C.I 8U-IU8.

.t'loildi and file th. original, Aniwer Attention ladle We five SftHUreen I Free Information and delivery duo must he: huh .,hool mod.lay. alinbwse V2. Fold trainlom avail.sub. VIO.. Watford Manufacturing !

or Heading In tl I .efflcntlb. Stamp I!GOI rental pip eul and thr..d.HI .. uncle Iwldowi and dlvori .. Contact R A. Rilubrimon OBKO TVS from (3S Ouar 107 Plumbing SuppliesMontgomery
Clerk ,.f the Circuit CoUrt on a. houra oerniga.. 0504415.oeo.sio. ... without children conildredl en.1. .nenln.a.602.I00BCIflZR we finance up Worklni 14 Tracks, Trailers
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or Icfnr the Slit tiny of Apill Awl Seat Coven I..UI.nd. ': at lent 30 yean of ... CERVICL OIl Coeipanphau : e. Admiral SalM Ward

A. I).. MM If )ou full to doa an, t ,"irli lao may apply for future .ltnrllYi .....,.. atalloa Oar ...I."t'OI' Feaeoct
Decree Pro Ccmfeeao will .Ietakn LINDS AUTO Seat Covert Com.PI. PrintingFOR m.Wentlonl, ( a" to ( (" tall, I.... on Route tl In Auburndal T. 4 W..b 11-301., GET A GAS HOT WATER (t..1. TRAILE. ,tarpaulin

HURlnet von for th. relief ... automotive inierlori I:'. elih, between 10( and 140 Atlr""tlYi I. Fl000cmo,00ai1. HEATER FROM WARDS 20 I .o.r.tom. All far
demanded In the Complain bail Main, Fhon MB 8.1(10 ALL your prlntlnt needaII Hindi in proportion .. hilihtind able far qualifIed aaireaitve bui IU. 134 North Cryital Like
'1'hla Sotlc hall h* pulillehedon ,. MU 1.4404 Commercial Pre.i h sneotleno I 20 40 vulon In..m.n AnalIshli no... tIll AUCIONFrday Have Hot Water When (((.34(1.

,'. each week for foil toiamu- lrontal'tldoeponslderedI. 00W. 082.1244
Letterheadi IIlhotraohlaa.ntrOYtn.
no
Only You Need Ill 51 FORD pickup. for 'av
tlx* week In th ConcreteCONCRETl NOW INTIIRVIEWINO FOR CUR.AENT Trd.
Lakeland .
Ledg.rONtP.hfXD FIVE 81000 sad fI,. SlOO 0'hunch or (0 waaon MU .47(1.
er CD AND FUTURI OPENONOSISEL ; 14-Hr _
hoods ssilohle. phone In'lol.tl
ORDtni-D at Bar Radiator Service P.M FORD ipeed
LlCENBED c.ntr.a. ". l71 w. bur 117 N Iue F- iv
tow, HorliN. thin 13th day of tile Drl..eayi. floorii .1..1.. : or fa'al Kentuck num radio.
)llarch A. P. r 64 '" .100' ....eu. eurba I IK. polio sod ANY TTPB radialor.ertee Mr C. R. Donnelly 63 Insurance JIMMY WALKER'S MU eater. Eacellenl .0n.IU0. (((.

/./ f). H. KtOAV JR. brl..... H. Morrll M -(41(. leaning reeorlns, rebulldln 4UI
AUCTION
CENTER
Clerk Circuit Court L.k.lond Peddvi Radiator Service MO11(1 LOCATION: 954 FORD Van Trurk make
-U.U = (- Lakeland Terrace Hotel qoOllin SAFE DRIVEltl for 810,000 los O.OOO-81.000 aa I. 15 mar (3M 0 a (I Loot lOt Pianos & Musical' Inst uU. Mark i Trad n( 1'0.1 9 UNew

Tamp Hlihwiy12S .
NOTICE TO I'IIDITOI'II' Draperies RADIATORS BLOCKS cleaned Llabillly In.ur.nu One a. low aaa45 BEAUTIFUL HAWAIIAN prlols

IN THE COUNTY JUDGEt on vehicle. Cyrl*.Flo method Re- DATE: a Proc atOll Flllnu for 5u. at lua(t.1' per yard. Dooms .
COURT' IN AND FOR POLK CUSTOM MADE drape, IIIP.oo.er. palre all tens Oenflera 9209exiu Thursday April 18TTMII menu without Iniuram'*. Senior ,, print at (( and abC o I ITECnVFTJ
COUNTY FLORIDA' \aG. and uptioliterlna Your labor ,h Florida Ml-4 QT Drl..... Aulin Rub with easy 010 erOotreduco d prlcei. W.II.t, JS Uned Pianos Buses
IN Rf: KIT\TE OrCAlHkRINr fin OUtS Free eitlmaui In p., plant Harvey Smith Aleney wall carpet .rareatile 1'TIlE ar* reflnlihed '...ondl.
: C ADAMSOVCatherln our home Lose Mews. 2J21 tOes Radio & TV Repair : 411 South Florid Avenue. phone y Ourulaeon C edied Present tinned and fully luaranteed. All USED SCHOOL buaei. C.a.
.1.0 known .. .) Tampa H ih.ay (..(UM. 4 to 8 p.m. BBS.91(1oS nrlude Candy Strip NyloaTweede "..h... Ford Chevrolet and oth..

Cowdery Adam.nn .XPERT: RADIO and TV service, and lOt DuPonl HI.L*, EAST TERMS .(124. IJI North Lincoln Av.
He..en.ed plu. free muinture proof mi. after Or Write To: Mortgages Clowd lund., O C. Ha mil Ion POLIO ..'h.n.an a new piano nu..
To All Creditor and Peraun ) Fences Dade Hwy IT .t .
H.v- poor KI I repaired d In our mod.Rowoaving R. 0 Hach Employment p.brl. I. deteCANNONVMUSIC
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of Interilat
lug Clalma Demand :
or Again loUI
eraahopal&falr IIrlr. 1ln. IUT. BUILD ..11. refinance PHI
said rotate'. S MUTUAL rllNCI Compen", 100 pour oct In and .... 10', .r railOlottaru' Manager and VA mor......, Pint Mortaie PARLOR FLOOR lamp and pore6haln CO. RENTALS
You end earl' of yoll. are here. Loseat prIres. 00 'o.a o..at.. R.dlo sod TV. Mil Eastern Air Lines, Inc Corp of Flurlda KM S. Flor- All in lood conditionCall 103 0
by notified to file In diplliate all sultAn tend W. .0n'l 10 und.r.IOld '.110 'I Longfellow. aPi' tojorl ida Ave. MO S.1117. MU -Unl( OPEN-l..I.nd-a.l4
claim and ttettatda ..hhh )'ouliav L..I.nd Induatre. .0 Iguja n M""r .hnp Miami International Airport EININOI
avalnat th* *atnt* of Cath rr.. ,'.lIm.lo. II.ICHO\UX. latent model
Florida 3D14S! COP7 LFSTFR
Miami. OpInes plan. ma
edna C. Adamaon In HORTICULTURE .uo.nIH. .oomr Oa.m.at. 21 Business Places For Rent
deceaned
Employe la. Elertrolux Corp. (H pie flnlih (on Hot th Florida Ave.
Opportunity
An Equal
th. office of Kit hard A. Bronaon Furniture poe Lonnell Ine (M.31(1udloi .
County JndK, at hi. office In tN 49e you ItXPER freweatir 0 of moO 1503 ElIl Zn. 06510.
Court Hnua at Barlow FlorIda. r111i155. citaletlo butsa.ole. 71 Fertillier, Feed, Sell ro.oooe..ed. Ilalaure 8J..a. RPECIAL CALl 0' nob Grand. 840
within nix calendar month from BRIDES .,.1 furniture prIcesMsiOee's Ml " rail K.num 1U..elo. 04r 0.I. IF YOU NEEDa per monta Phone MT 3-j(17. Conol. .n4 "la.t. SQ F.OFFICE
Phon
March' SI 1<>(4. whirr I. th* dulcet Purnlture. lee, e8..3111 aROUND PEAT murk Feat aadnliei pout and R..I b.rlin. Rr.w.'o. 8e Bulh FOR !
th flr.t of '131 sell Located 2100 B Ma'n c iNbi Prl'
puhllratlon PIn 100. Terms III Tuekse's Drug Oiar. Sulldloil'
nolle.. Lain claim or demand Screen Repairs good steady Income and Pal ONeal MU 3-411 MU 9.I34( FRFNCH COIRTOIS trumnetU 40042'. Psnmd noISing ID tront

moat h* In writing. molt CHile' 'Income Tax can work only half days CLEAN FHOBPHATB und feral Jl" COLOR TV Call J-4730 1 ( (. Cied only four month. sod 11011 T.rr. florL lInt

the pl.i* of realdenr' and pool Z 'LHtkNS REPAIRED lace. I w II.rerii sell AVON Cosmetics I..a o sold and dirt far fill M nln. ,n. old Vera 0, Brook. Ion doctor. olr. ar medicaltupply
raaddtaee of It* claimant '. ni replaced In wood or E Pavil. MU301S BOY S 2e" bicycle. acm tire butterfly ' Til I. 11m.. C.1 evenlnn *ullet. .. healln
Mont h. .worn to and mum I h. INCOME TAX ie Pick up delivery Experience unnecessary. handle hr Cheit of .11 e'8-2IJ' and air conditlanini (lit) month.
flIrt aa afore..Id or .1.) ...... ..1ia14l1srn.u OROUND PEAT (3 lubla yard tt ..,. aervlce for la.tor. I. Cell T. R. Tucker. Jr.

will become void J5 and up Write P. O Box 1395 yard akeland Baael Bill Peat Blvd Company 1".V7I.43(1 UIED PufilolTuos and ..01111.e. tor MU (-'13.CAhDLEIOHT. R.a.

FRNIF AHAMSOVAdmlnldtratnr Swimming Pools et, tiphoUUrln, Buy poll.i.eOdO. 111 Sporting Goods RE0TAURif.
:I 11 & R Block Co. or H M Bartala HoseS, for I.... .1' ,.nl
J. TOM W,,'1'1'111:1: :, Attorney VOOLo CLEANED repaired Call 682-4137 72 Flowers Seeds Plants ihway North at Olbaont ..tin* capacity. 155 Fully eau p.
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Wiekdirl 0 A to
Lakeland Horldn 0 5 Inted. chemlcali. supplIes MU 1.4304SINGER tPACrlS CAMPING trillen. 8.. Sod kitchen" tw* d nlni noon.
II.Si.i I. Sun 0 to S lulpment WH, 70J last LakelandSECRETARY aim idltloned
Mala' the beat hefore oman' Ed. Located en fbi,I
108 West Walnut St. II u 01106. CL08INO OUT. Alter and inio- I John. (99 Pork Blvd. 2' Ibr. ..U.. South ef Laki
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
Pln.l.
draion plant (100 per 100 AUTOMATIC Park Florid ... Pham 5.75j5
TENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT' > Phone 686-1958 FOR L. r. Loon _I., rail CI.rk 'title they aol, I3K Loot Lento Kepoiieaeed Sinner utomtla *ew- ,I' O. Run 005. Lake W.I.or ""I
FOLK COUNTY FLORIDA' '....II.NOClo.u'e.. fl88.8"40
CUT ROBts and #1 ro.e b ;-h. moo machine. Li sanow. guaranteed :
IN CHANCERY' on Doctor Rude root ...... RUkRoue Darn. blind aIIMhrarnon. 112 Wanted Miscellaneous 129 Furnished Apartments
JRLDDIH MAIHMI1H. lamp Repairs Televisions 37U South Florid Av*. conan. and ..k.. buttonhole' I
PlaintiffJAMEjf'cLAnFNCF l } 00.. (((.01(1. All without attachment*. Sold for
tit FOR TELEVISION r.palrs' on all I'orm.n.nl p0.11100. shorthand I (JOO. balance now due or FURNIOHID OR Inlsruiohedpj.not. .
SMITH. LAMPS REPLACEMENT clad. ....... tant. . core,ire. ellithrill and .,.urate eplnm "oulr" No101000tO. ((00 per monui 181 CASH pOl pour IIIUo Items bath ssonanre $2750 10
Defendant Lamp parta and repair Imperial v rty Mil e4iU; 73 Foods Fruits Vea/fblos. .U ;060 00 .oothle Rsoma'o Lpioo
NOTICE OF SUIT CL> Btudloi, JMX Routn Orleana Arm Phone 683-4137 'nell., IIU I.

THF 8TATB OF hUmmi To : hue, MU S'40J1.. UpholsteringIce BUSINF88 PROMOTIONS FRUIT FOR BALK Bi* ar buin- UPPER TWO bc-drooma,"IIVIN

JAM III ClAlttNlh: HMD'II Hwy V2-0 Mle EitMI 01 Aloe ihlpped Woley Fruit AUTOMOTIVE I room kitchen. bath. cedar el.|MIUI.

You ar. hereby notified that a UPiiOLATkitlhi.i ....- 1150,5. 3AOI North Florid III.- ZIG ZAG AUTOMATIC (Sesr.toneo. boa .d.11
ault for PKorc tan been fill, .d .., lownmower Repairs Ice P11 peonernan d dr."" .. re*. 1011HEHRIK8. APARTjjj'ijo.004 118-74
agalnat you In the aho\ rnlltli .enable Free eitimaiM. pick Automatic sewing machine MOr
upnd .
YOU pick furnl h con linen.
rm. I,,.
taunt. and thnt you nr* heirl, e. REPAIRING di> ( Phone (( MMI LEDGER 111.
WNMOWEH acmesod very -4140 lemiri 20c *urtWja after console Like Balance Dli,. 0401.0.
reiiulredloeer>* a ropy nf )'our . I lOot sharpened Buy and I""llnenworth HoldVenetian 8 p m. weekday, anytime Satur new. 116 Automobiles For Sale I "lb' 5fikay 48 N..
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or other written rlefennu ,', ... $600 month.
newer sell mo. K may, tlot LanlerMO .,-Sunday 538.8 or per
on Jame. P. llahn plaintiff (.iJ40, \ BlindsVUUlCALa CLASSIFIED ADS 1X1 CORVAIR Mom THREE RMS. ilee*. ,ulet ',T
tlnrney, on.addr.ee I I. Pb 0. Fully guaranteed -r.dla heater aulamatle enollbl.1 tr.n.teal .loa al".1 111.1,0 al 1

Hot, lU r: I"lorlda, on or I.AWNMOWER ItEPAIRINO sawn AND noraoutu Phone MU 6-1151 76 londuopln ml..la. "bi. .1..1 Urn. K. utllltlea 'ull lOll
.for. th* llat day of April A D.. and UroU aharpened Buy and eelmnweri mauufaelarrd It.p.lr" dinned Phone 682-13 0 mi. a"I8. Parklni, HIJ1402ATTRACTIVELV ,

11(4' and bf"r* or Immedlatehth 2o( Lanlir MU .flal.h.d, Alas aotomobllo yen.1iI HARDY SOD CO. 887 FORD .. PURNICHED AP.K.MENTa
,.'aft.r to (II* with tre Clerk (2.140 .. blind.. Alr.I.1I.. .U 0.8", GRILl BROCADED Lawaon 50110Tv eEls clean.ollbl.New Pul, Oil south T.na_. St
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of Ih* above at>led Court thoriginal : 54 Help Wanted, Mo!. Desip fleshly, Ortid U nc OrMM PlouitlDt Aleaander Smith ruei floral o iwner ( *.342( after (30KB PIYI. ; MU 2'IlaO 1U..a.bl.
of aald anawer or .Id (( weekday
FREE nl..ra. .a'u. a..r i
ESTIMATES FURNISHED
written defena If any . PAN Tour endU Ia
AND conIcal . sad
TERMITE Peat two bedroom
do .o. decre. pro "15 l N Ollmore MO S-* (l' lood (40 d.wO. ; ananmeau ,o:
If you fall In IF YOU WISH TO BE LISTED IN THIS mao .....rI.n.. b.lolul. Scare.rarmlol. (Md Can, 0U'aneL 1.1.'i OontbFlonidoph000teU j
.... -MPRIVATE
cr.ifi-H.0 will Ii* entered a...In.1'AU .. aal N., AlaburodalutO ; TRACTOR WORK Moslem. plwni 99 Boots, Motors Supplies n
relief demanded" In lb.Cii'lolnt. 1M3 pORIICHI ...... PURNIRHED
rro th* Ii It sacWANTED dlKlni and iradlni Sp* 8,0, ... Oi Iml lurn.n'd
00 .
GJ lalUed In yard leedlni mlis I .ullo
BUSINESS CLASSIFICATION and 10'10.
3
: MALI clerk for Carl CASIO CIIUIIIIR. 18' Z&utmaO. 12.18 0'1... !
sod ortlrl.1 irad ni. (M (7JS, ((2 (4(7. .ro .
eaTlTf""nfflci" P lIme work in hardware liar 60 HP JohnaoB electric top aide 1003 FORD Ratb wnooo. 0115 1t
7r.01'; Horld thl*"' ll'd,, 'o"r: '" Pt.... ilt* asaoo d eiperlene turl.la.. Oator trailer. 11. 711Jetlerion On Wot Oil a..au. Ia KsUulooo.
Sriir Ron M.285, La..I.nd Lod..rv : 71 Tree Surgery INTRANC. i '
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M.rrl. AP }** DIALMU 6-1151-Ask For Classified ,prch be
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(SEAL) .4. II. *LOin! \ 4 DiX; RI.NCro-I i ( bTu Ill .ae.JHI Sopor 00. la 0 kitchen, bath Caven.it "'lo,_
Clark Clrvult CI nod Soup moo Apply CI.II SorE: TREE Tltl..MINO. .IIu. bud.di .. HP F. . Urea. 1,100UU aId, aeiihborhKd Coup;
U . 11 0 om" t, 0:11 H.II 'OnatlOpo id woes MU a-tall I tor. till trailer Call MU a.(31( 3.IT5o 00.1.1 iai, ,ai,

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RENTALS RENTALS LAKELAND LbI Monday..II. I9t4_11 I


129 feralshosl. AportmtntiM1CB 130 Fso'oilsh.d. I. TH8 SPKW LEFT I WELL I Wfl* | IT WAS H WOHOCBFUt REAL ESTATE '* ESTATE
Hiusis I W VTILL otis TIRE I IN TROIJeLETH301I DEAL FOR flJJt <* UlrUS /' 'TWOfI

LOCATION Cleaa% aadpleaiaal TWO SEL3000M 5r5.0iu S'150.1 1 couPe OP CLICK SHOKT, AND HO I TW BUS WOULDTf MME HJ SANOVWHAT8 ?/ 153 Houses For Solo 153 Howies For Solo
bsrno. Adul&l $435 545040800 54 ThE I OP8HATORS STRIPPED
Larte .,-, naraAduiu. "' 1,. 5. ...... Rolon.._ .00 RESTAURANT LAk1 I TWO TIRES WHILENlC5I'Ts I MONEt TILL tSU / TAKE SAMCrSO I YOURS ? / 5iuarr )

131 Weal. '.rlll"c.....Wator. formatted woolS 1..1 ,"00051.01 1..Ia. 00514,000 5031DR00M4.00mSI.WI GOT ALl. OUR I VJI WERE fWIHU I.EMOWED. UPI TH"I J9v BEDROOM ... bath CB
I down. MU S7M1ater
REcSRVE5cSWRA I DIMMER IN 1D6 | ..
TWO :3O aHAVU >. NEAR HOSPITAL!
COTTAOfa SXtCTKIO kitchen ?
near bue. DI1.5(4. raited for two fsrolsbsu. ole Ws IIlm.r. IsiS HUU1ORED PcA.t.ARseJ., YO looked at Mil Fin. Neat two bedroom. Florida
Water _ldt4. TU Wait Ban. R p.r m..l" flcjo II,. III.. lull ;war Three Bedroom I'%
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core C8J.M11 b.I C. lotio VII'i R..altp. loll balk Fiirnlabext or Mnlurouhod room suspended oak floors
M.ID. Ph.n. NU "' 133.'MIRIK Low VA toaa. MU I-JIM
SMALL MODCKN 1 large lot quiet street
apartment .'00"". o o
lane eI..".. for adult. 114 iaat Gulp. 11111111. OIU.1t or .Ub Only
Lemon Phono WO S.7230IPT1CUNCT .ull..I. float SOsearoors. 119.51 RI08
.nd II.... MC Io:1'Jt $6185 PER MONTH'

OAItMU ApAItTMINT. Ps ii 22'$ WISIR-DI.. I.. ........m. , 't% I BEST BUY EAST!
room.. ComIorIlbIs. .D..n..II. "I. Adults bedroom CB homo at INtO'
so PI" '_
1oc.Ie4I.. N. polo, la.ylre HI 5s.str.ot. 230a Jou.''' tr..ler. $60. .... > c Tr Wil Canal In Rawla Part *ar.1.Modern three bedroom two
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8001. ;7 ivent Ineludea tale. Inenrance.princloal 'bath Florida room on large

: APARTMENT: Ceo.tral Trruon NEARLY HIW tnno bedroom CB : and Interotk IMO dowapaiment. I corner Shore Acres lot.
location Private( bath sod floors ""wt. Wool
entrance utllltiei turaltfitd. Atilt .. urnlihed. S.510051b10 adult on111 CHONS 605.0115OWNER |Only m.5! RN-M3-

solO. (..2.11102.DUPLEX I 10 T. O. 71.500 11..1.... ((.. - - -- -- -- '- -- I I
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RENTALS ,* REAL ESTATE REAL ESTATE A" REAL ESTATE REAL ESTATE -- SALE! MEL RUDY

130 FurnIshed I -I
FOR RENT Houses 1

405 East Oak 13. looms With Board 143 Mobile Homo lots 145 Business PrepertyWAREHOUSE 153 Houses For Sole 153 Houses For 5.1. I Sm.1 down payment I tMLARELTORMORTAGE
NIC1.CLEAN two ..
1Ifd. .... DIaII.ollhborhood. OD Parker I* MedullaIUtreo 5
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PuraUhed. or unfarnlahed. Redecorated . Adults ...1,. bus lbs b. doot.1 BOARD WITH linebw to 10. YOU'LL ENJOY Uvint on your THREE: BEDROOM CB one bath bath homewith
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New kitchen eoulpaen. 'Ill WOOl 10551rosdttlualni Tolotloloa. roaei "_.1110. 1UEail own lot In Lakewood Trailer Eitatea. St Ooaodrr,. .... Fenced :ONCE A LIFETIME bd. and 0 5 1327 E. Memorial Blvd.

Beautiful terraua 1100'" Two TWO OR three bedroom" .. Oak (".." Lane lota, saved. atnete.and back yard 1310 dowa MU 1-80\77 I II ntao hi ..I..tol. Mappralaal dial 186-4107 any time
lane BodnoHe. Tile beta. Dtu 1 I loud I oIh'b" :1 all ntllltlei Remitted Two .,... I pm l .e a monthparmenl

It* loom I7S pertlir lurnlthrd o; Yin "loriaele.. Neit door to 131 UatamlthiJ. Aiarti. block tait ol Lake Parker 00 For Lease. 3,000 sq. ft. EVEN ROOMS and bath 150nonth C.I Traaiue. MU
110 anlurnlihed. Call T. n. Tuck' 05510 .. Hllb IkIIooL 1IOD.bl. Juaile street. Follow tline E. I OPPORTUNITYONLY a-7MI ar 47113.HOUBB .
ir, (0.. Realtor all ""'13. ro..1. MO s-tMi dward Hollows. Jr. Realtor Fire protected by sprlnklers. . ooatc M .dowa payment notloalu "I !
LINCOLN COORT Apartnonu no ouallfylni M.
and Developer MTJ 1-1314. AND lota two eur
on TWO. BEDROOMS elaelrlo kltch Lakeland fInNs lor oolorod reo Approx 2 acres land. dulls' area. MU I-10JI. $400 DOWN cerate. 14.500.lw HewMtraller IS. JUST[ A PHONfel
LOWIR APARTMENT wife rar $00 os0500s. Otllllp rsorn wsoboo. plO Norttt Unoala and Woe TU 144 Acreage Lots For Sole ANNA MARlATwo i : tory. loot (450 For I.flmsbSSS. rail
pork NT Wool Psschwo. 15001k. 735 1"11' MO S-03S4. ,
BO pet. Inquire A'YIIt.I MU 62800. .11I..1 2800 sq ft building. All for bedroom houne with ISO SIlo $83 PER MONTHNo lUMe-3450--________
itrate won .ODIIIUI ThREE eathi oa tractive lot with
.,nit In rearCOTTA01 I CLEAN POUR room du.I... lar.e lichen. roll bath 100IO'round 5100(011 Oust LAND BOT-1010 acre eeralfleered .. $250 per month. palm t_. and fruit ...... amblock Other Closing Costs TRI.LEVEL HOME brings quick results

POUR room pierid porch conven eni location. 191 N.arSO 000 market downtown U40 p cattle ne land 1(0 p.r. aero from .....11 and ronvenlenilore Bun thIn 113.loo beautiful] kep
acre ranch fenced sod
room. all eloctri. ilr conditioned. dull*. 68J-4J31: 1901 Boone] Adulta. "caa-1413 cross fenced. Corral and toad-Inchnlea 10 and Port Olltco Undo 3 bedroom fully tiled hoIst 91FwrMa IN EXCLUSIVE wht you use Claulfted
Place t
R. M. MARLER (13000. Reanonable
oil heal. til1* South floridO fW0-8SDROo" "u.I. $72mooch. i 191 per acre10 aoraemly term to roiponelble room with built lit teatuna

A..nu.. iiw-iDR00M; bGm.iiiiii:, One bedroom duulel $00moolh. (MOO. 11500 dowa 300 aerea partlea. Owner .In. 00.05for wallpapered kitchen with HOLLNGSWORT bring your home Improvement
moot lime to .1. tali snaps bar and lourered ehuUercfenced .
nicely 'yrnl...... Bouthilde ,80 bead of rattle only (60.000 & SONLMLA
ROUND P LOU S. Subsoil.. Screened In Leaiy. Realtor Write o 8. Fraser. Oeneral Uo- and lighted backyard SECTION
apartment free laundrr facllltleerecreation porch tarporl. mo 9.IWJ. tU.4141. 6M-7114. 3.000 ax-re. tour ...U.. from Cvproei REALTOR lIver. Aana Maria. rial Ida. auhone Soutaeldo. Near Palmore School message to a readymade -

aro* Trailer Cltr THREE ROOMS and bath, eleo. LAKELAND NEWEST laraealand ; j, Garden. U .. h.ahwafrontaie tit.J3B7. hopp nc center bus at 0'wr. Valued area ever 320.. ft 3b.oltoorns. prospect list Dial
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Barlow HI.h.... Salon Par. trIo bltchon bur porch yard (aMearillorei t neat two bedroom apartment IC.. Lei. only I7SO per acre Iso 1401 t: Main St. (83tM : THREE BEDROOM PHONE MU 69406 11 11.1 I.. SwIne
or R L. oardnerDlrit hoe>( IB Mulrry
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and plus
VIRY SIC duplei !.&r.. both but UU 3_ 043. for adult Central .heal Realty loll Eaal Main' I to> carport lane let barea 420 EASTWAY DRIVE eoi 1.1 MU t-llol aow
plenty 11011\.. erreened torea iiAN ONE' bedroom- born.i : ; i' and alr-een >Uonlni. Built in Phone MO 1-1139 --- --- Ire. Low dowa payment Call host and SIP ..dllllln.
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CLI.
electric lanie. Cloee to ..11.... 144 Farms Groves Rancho. --- erce prlvato tot.
Private UU S-IMI. 1MO Eeit 'line .d, 101. near 11811.1248.i .
1I00pll&1 $55 CHOICE: BtHLOlNO 1M. :.rme Eaeterlliu. 5.0005. CLASsIFIED OI6PLAV'
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M.ID. III per month Phone IH-alH '" MONTH"S &
I Phone MU "1881. 146.. directly. behind 3110 Cloy,- .1 iFrrONALI 1 bedroom; S $50 PER with T. R. T..r, RealtorMU .
FOR RINT: furnlahed apartment (9750. CLEAN two bedroom dupl MODERN: TWO bedroom ducleiHear sod Heiibt Bvd CaU MU S- GROVE BARGAIN 10 acrei moetly b.1II rear old CB terrain. I.7173. I
Koctrlettr: and. water furnlitiK. ... tile bath cleclrla kitchen.arport. etoroo and acbook 179 MJi MU IOI7I arantea 7 inn eld. Oood Ills roof bullt-lna. drapertoi. I Iquslltp and a bedroom frame homeethat
Ml month 1343 Kathleen Rooxj vaehlat ..rl.U..... Phoa month So* owner 1111 South ho.... North Lakeland 135000. landeeaplni bUll treetperfect I musS be old tainted atelyNo ------- Low Priced
Cull Tenaea***. DROVE LAND 10 ...... pin.WI" 2044 dowB Also adjolnlna (" ,
600.6075.CL061 6 3 lawn 1600 down I qualifrtnc M eloclni eoet
-8340. aaiumi DO
"3-oMl_ ..... Beautiful huh land, ...... 3 .11. Evenlni. MalMlm. .. MOVE IN AND
111 310 mortiaa-e. 191 monthly I .Ir. Mlnlrnuaa down parmeoiand
DOWNTOWN Two TWO : TWO BEDROO" new b.I'L warm Motion Lake and floe land Thorn. .
: l riroone. BEDROOM, twa bath borne -75Mi Bart RodW Low Cost
ml Plneborry III :1003. yon more In. For Intcrmsllosphone
milltlaa poll |14 ....1'. I. Cedar. Key (171 monthly with blocS 10 0011.... sIr 10.dlllo.0d. ,11. Price 1150 p.r ere. Term Realtor (6.1711. Monday throma START LIVING ,

823 South Hew York. 452-44130. early ...... Call (a6-.7lCTTTE Ken Harrle. Realtor. 689.31 1. 250 down Bee Ir... Oardaer lAMA INS. THiR --O-;: top TWO BEDROOM aouie with .. Friday I IN SkIn beauUfally farnlahed t

A ART MI H'I'II. II tO. 11190II AND coir CB cottaae. furlihed 9i Unfyrnlthid Houses R C. Loll Realty or. lOll Ray Laos 1C. Lola...ID.aDckt .rare. pIlls 2 lots Includlai bo.... .reened lie outcldo porch city E:<'tra".000.lot PhoneId "4 MU 26116CUSTOM bedroom CB bows. Oleamlni CLEAN

] 10 and til p.f WMk. Llthu or unlurnlthed. 111 Queentreet. Phone 186-1131. caretakln eaulpment. packlnihouee .300*. h.rd.o floor 1 make eleanlni
valor and ia turnlthed ChUdnwelcome .. Call aU-4j for appoint- Lao PARTLY furnUhed I sodS ready to operate aompleto & living better L.1
Also aleeptnt roon. m.n&. bedroom. Mel Rudr Realtor PASTURE LAND 400 acreeood 110000. 30. down. Maloolm lYON SALE or rent by owner. Vary .n Uk Parker and TRANSPORTATION
414 taat Oak UU 8-1317 127 IaM Memorial 81t'd. ea.> soIl. ...... tUnber eeBilclearod Thom. n thte, 888-70115. Bertodera nice.-.cleaa two bedroom frame ''ull.1 B..I 01 011 It I. SALE
COMPLEXLY: FURNISHED 7UNrURNIBHCO: Near Plant City Only Realtor IM-I7II houe. Total price 14700 Rente 55 111.510. 505113$.
POUR ROOMS and bath Barlr houeo. S'b bl.... from Publlx InDlileland SIlO per acre. Termt 10. ..... (50 monthly: 1120 North D..10A"nu. BUILTAll 'U MtCON T......
Amerlt.n furnllure. Adul". ..1.... till Boone Place Call See 20 ACRE Valencia nice crop In. I .I.endl"
DUPLEX I bedrooma. R. U Oardner. IC.. LOIS arRay .. Call MH-0551 KEN HARRIS eh SInS pool. $4D Sooth ....... MU tVUtIICE carport I block oehoola, K Lolo at Dicta Realty. '100udOd. 1100000 I year termi '11 V."IANT 4. Sods..

THREE: ROONa soul. bllb .round AND clean. two bedroomc (.."' ".... '60. tan Carolina IOU Eaut Main phon. lla1133COMBES Call Red Blik. d.... (II1711nKhta : POR IMMEDIATE tale Thla property Realtor EiHiantor ..d.. sod . .,.
e88-llOS. Berl aeedt buildup LW1 . ,
'100'. DI"I.I.... Pboo Florida M-407I or I8340M Rodera ao descriptive 8 Florida Arenueimam .nl .
6004101. room ..r.. Adults ony : MANOR lot*, Rardl">- Realtor Value la self evident Owner, 1005 BRICK HOMES 11
MU 2.6250. ____ MU S-1937 1/11. 1oI0DIIaN: twI lied roo.. ...... Couikee Road '70132. City water South MlieieilpplMEDULLA i M FALCON Tudr Seden Ma.
SIrs. .1111'11 1t11o".D .3-13.0 and electricity. 11491. 14 ACRES If 0'.. II acm pao. *,. an* heaterCKan .
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EXCEPTIONALlY N I C Ia050tusunot. : ... 0' .
lure. I .bedroom. a bath ARIA Two S bedroom MMd
new :
113-81101. Loll for caih U-1171 PO. airiVB .
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d. NO payment oa your lot ;
home. S mllce out, 125000 dowabalance Iwo bath homea, all convenience I "I 5500'T 0.
tIled. Tilepluons MU 3-al1a. 111 CLEAN: TWO bedroom dupleilarto ACRI aracta. 121 ....... Ml 10 ...r.. Ken H."Io.TERMS lood water. larte lota low down SMALL dowa payment on our lot LAKE MORTON. AI .. a.u"l.. .n.
Saab ChorUs 11..1. no.04... ... to inOncoola month. Mel roms Home laree I. .00'
atone Rudy Realtor 1127B Realtor. Id 3 91. payment or trailer Drane Field $040WI
APARTMENT: UVINO. dlnlklleben .. Inoul in Palmetto Memorial Blvd MO ( 4107BUILD1NO Road lo P1Pb15.' then lolL 114wul. oom. Florida : : ..
ONf DOPLEX .
rOINI lehed UPPER rt" 51000 '_1.1 _
.. bedroom. bath ntdecorated TWO BEDROOM CB kouie. 1'1.' .. LOTS: Lots 100.IMO1laoo 20 YEAR .. MU "'OII an rear Apt.bedroomt V... 'u"ma I 004 h.-.
atlliueo furntafledi $05 I' deooraud Uirouahout Watrluraiahed each Others 0..100.1D. illl HUMMINGBIRD two bedroom IMPERIAL 2 and lower I bed I Sr. 0. .wn. ..
1I111".n. 118'-11". ulfIos ...34..11. |M menUi Lake O I2&OO sod OOW. 5500554 thrOulls.
1143 Kathleen baoa. tie Call 14 Aorea. 94 acreo In 11 year old Florida room olectni kltcheo room, each wltb bath Alwaytanted .
Road Call IM- 1IT. W Q Halea. MO 6.2111.IOUTHIDLNEAR jv aorea In 3 yaaro old completecreve Will soIl or ciaO wIth option IO-3U5 'U.lO. Tarnia13MO . 0710

THREE ROOM8 sod 11.11'I. l4o, wed like to hammer borne IMALL HOUSE four m lee out Lake HoUllnnworta caretakln( equipment with to buy Call etenlntl. II1II94NEARINO CONSTRUCTION CO., FHA. I '.1 PONtIAC CsO.IIos besot

Crystal La... $46 mouth, "S- Dado City Huh.,. 111) week oa Bucklnthant A'enue Irritation. home price only 13. COMPLETION' Tradltlonal W.,'.. 'r'..... . _
1430 Of .,..1001I. Is the result.action you get 41-1741 75'12'. MU S-033J 100 per acre. No 10. Call IDIPo. in deiiin featurlni leaarat t INC. THIS DREAM 'I located. anONE .l
LARU APARTMENT Biro cloal, with an Inexpensive classified MODERN TWO bedroom ...It.. LAKELAND HIGHLANDS 71 1 5 ..,. with T It Tucker Jr. dlnlni 'room paneled tarn Fla .. ACR. 14 la 5 5 t b country.. Loris SI 1 VOkKBWAOIN Sedan .
Realtor (10-7173 411 So Are
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and .oU farnlane. Proal... n, room with ftrenlac. deubleloor TY.
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Kitchen appllancee and water 202' with 30 bI i fruit I.. I.UooCaU icreened _.11. patio. Mad
Wane. private bills, OB OttO kmton. lurnlihed. Red Sl.k entry foyer. double laraaejriar tJp.T . ..bl.
MU 3.3510.TWOSEDHOOM day IM-ll7a eto
. 131 Comoro Kotd Ideal ad. Dial MU H151 Brae. Lakeland mooS desirable 060-2101 116.2431 ATE Kitchen, : .. ,1t
htt 6IB-1IOI. .
homo for couple IMI47Icloee eonereio bock ( .dd..... Bea Oleen, builder 0650, larha.I : 51110 :1 54 LINCOLN OasiS .._.
now to bring to new business dilpl,0 near Sean and Warda FIVE: ACRES 00 fiontaie 01 10 ACRE FARM BI34IH3SOUTH8IDI. 15055 FlorIda I. .... 'wll . Vi," w.u"n"
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THREE P'URNISHED .U A for I t e..
roosuu Ion loom.
Mel Rudy. 1111 .. Memorial III4107 paved read Bark line on email ." .
111"1.. blichos prt..... 11.11I. any time. locked lake. MOO down and a*. THREE .bedroom Oloan Family. sod priced at only ( .1" b M sloan ., 1.
In. III losS BaHORRT >. sums payment ., (J3.71 per Fenced. pasture with a few alnei low down parmant Monthly 0.
HURRY juit vacated SOOTH HIDE. TWO bedroom noath Phone 000'4300.See . flood land 100 pared road frontMe I parmentt HIM monthly laeludlni o'l S..
and floor lane livtni ..... Slave and reirlierator I.... at.d fauna.. Coil NEW HOMES ITTLE OROCCRT t 00
renovated Orouod da
Clean tound and llrabl5roora Ctsarlis Csstunnt
pbs apartment On beautiful Lea.Morloo .. furnJahed IK month after' 4 30 111-4033 'ion. Excellent Buclneal
M34.l. IoIU 1.0333. borne. A lOUd buy at 113. STEAL THREE bedroom---. Bear S ouse. under conitructlon In the 10 HT Fort A COUPLE:. and t Sob MooO.oald'
131 Fer lint Mliciltanint the Business H hlanda. 3. 4 and S bedroemtneed need rlthl.MERRrrr.
Opportunities" 500 About half sash to handle. ehoole. tlopplni 12 400 toe*- (
CLEAN OARAOI: apartment neareollete 3027 REDWOOD '
front 144000 to 130000
.leal al 18 Sh-I.70 moathly FRANKFOSTER
., .pi-Halo.ltl. furnlahed partlni Krotaodporoh. EASTSIDI LOCATION Three bOdI THREE BEDROOM TWO HATH ads in today's A. S. MORROW 0050367. IU-0333 STONER

.81-).... M3-19M$31BIOBUI 5 'I room houie. I and I bedntrallera. ": CB UOCHE 0000 NKIOHBOR-: 803 BTAUNTON AVENUE Reuced ROY THOMPSON EVenlnK MU S-I3N
All aUllliee furolal HOOD. CONVENIENT BEE: US paper for the best buys. Realtors LMLA Corner lot throe bedroomtwo "0111''bon.

AIR CONDITIONED efficient. ,MU >-4all. ABOUT THE J-RICI BEFORE: 3011. Tina Pb. MV S.3117 bttha. Florida room, central 053.4433 002.3001SOUTHGATE
private patio near HutehlnaoBiOoU YOU RENT ll 1031.
Ir and heat. MOTOR SALES
BERMAN RELY
Courao. 4106 Norm Florida 133 Mobil. Homu
Avenue. JOE P. BRIDGES Sloe DOWN. 171 47 m.ntbl forcm 202 1111 I. Main Strut
1125 5. FlorIda A's.I3ars OIK: COCNTTS YOUNG PRIMEto home In Editwood Park
111 WEEK. (40 month Cleaneonpltlo ONI BEDROOM 'U'Dlobed (0543.Sr pboae:: 112-1114 MOST BEAUTIFUL enced and built Ina. Ml-448_. _
upttalri Pttt accepted for root, Call UU 3.308. acree of 3 year Hamllnt tout CLAItl'ltD OIPLAY"
Lara ..,d. dole Memorial Blvdiat0171 POUR BEDROOM two bolOs boson HOME8ITES root on 2 SIt'.. eicellent heavy NEW TWO be''OO' bou... Rub,
LEAH MODERN furnUhed bo.... sOIl. Water for Irritation Full lot Imm..I.1e 001u055.', 1100
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1,50.0. ootlaiea. Oood IKIni eon- block. from MU collate 6100month prlco only S15.000. Ternu sIb It. lI01n. ..... lIull..la tII5SI. 3 Bedroom 2 Bath
IoOVELY CLOSE ID On. .. two tlone. Dtllltlee furnlihed. .... Call a-llll Oak View EstatesDRIVE wntne. windowa full till batherraaaa .

bOdm. carport. No plio. 417South' O-lll weekly. . 3-3917ut THREE BEDROOM carport, Crrital TED TOWSON floors. erreeaed poroh $13900

La" PIUVAT!. CLEAN: traitor for root Lake Area Clean Call MU I- OUT TODAY Realtor Priced at 110000 1(110 amouth

POUR ROOMS round floor nicer Also I.... Ir.llor 101. POUR on 0711 MU I 31SI 317 S. Fla Are after a low dowa payment Price reduced. below appralial for Claude Jenkins
I furnUhed apartment for June. line. 6(6lMlODERN CAROLYN DRIVE near achoolnodera OPEN I to 5 w....." Cal lit soon daIly .1 gun A0r05 Immed,a'. .. of thIs fine CB \ I
Jul. and Auiuit Air conditioned. three bedroom A.pll. I 10 5 SUodul Por Information call Jerry MarCT home-Built-In ran(0 Carprta
Ml Eaat Palmetto .....Ia... home. Private TWO lot.bedroom lakerlcw mobile fron" soon Fenced ihadr yard. 1100 147 Income Property dl. 4 1311 or Dan Wlntert Screened patio Lovely yardJOHNJ.BRENNAN
CY 3-141JBARGAIN. Oiubof to woowo.r.Ill bnloourutflto
Clark Realty. H4-403I Out South Florida to Pipkin MW
NICE: APARTMENT: tint floor.SboeOrlS .(.. Ho pete Call MU S-4321 .
T. ....,. AprIl U. 10 mob.a .
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| on P pkln to Luna MStulb : ATTRACTIVE twobedroom
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kitchen mower DO pen. FIVE ROOM home near achooltehurchoo ; TWO DUPLEXES: four apart- .01. Ito 1101-H.
RAILER WITIleabsus. NteliIsroI.h.d. on Loon Rd. and follow CB urns Florida room. Club Used Cars'Just
Adult.. 1101 Boath Florid An. atore bus Una. f.n_ menu kitchens furalahed. AHconditioned. 'Country
.. MU. I-doss 3104. la Adulta, nopet. yard IM a _month.. MU_11010_ the OAK VIEW ESTATES: lint,. Eicollint: return usl000.tmnt. I utll imBnlt ty..sCald ri_ bIrch wIndows cabinet. tin bath nee

EFFICIENCY: APARTMENT: sir $10 WELKLY ,.".* and r. Phono II1M3116S '-. ;cli OIO.; .. u.lId rluuroh.o-- : PaodI

conditioned modern Located UO: 134 Mobil. I 'r aerator furnlihed If de.lre4.. A. F. PICKARD rRONTAOE two bomea. IrInduttriai n clIp tours. Woods,. ( like New & Fully Guarantied)
Home lots
. aJi AutuiU Phone MU 1..87.
Walnut .. Call IM-4370 REALTOR aonlne area. ReducedLeahy lot nelfhborhood Ideal retire. Realtor LMLA B8-410J

DIXIELAND: CLOSC: to *..". THREE BEDROOM two baUl sIr 300 I. 55. A... '"-I1VILAIIIII'RONT Realtor, 710 north Mate.. mood home (7100 TorsO. Bt.Jeeounl A Maa'I Home tt HIs Caetle
Uilnc One at Oranae Park A. LAKE BONNY Four mar Mobile eonditloned (100 montfc Three IMI3-414I . for caah In my eoulty # 131 '59 CADILLAC 4.Door Hardtop Sedan.
lome Park Me. lanoit Iota InLakeland. .. .
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BOO. All utllltlea farnlahed Carter bedroome one bath air conditioned : PROPERTY at (755 DUPLEX CB 100 en ft. eacheide 717 Savannah two Beautiful red with black Interior. Factory
MU 1-3113 Slob and dry Municipal (90 month MU I-I set. nor acre. I mile from Lakeland ood location will 5101rnsrtsuss. of Wabaih In Skyllni Aoret Also
electrU, ..... and ....r. WIllIams .... trade for build ns 10'ru....
W. R. Realtor. Owner (.11..1601.COMPLITELY air All
THREE: SIC oottatea 140190Apartmenti motor (... bna U.... Block to CLEAN TWO bldroam bouss. Owner 600.3736.51EA000AOLE conditioning. MCQC
130 sad up Joe n.. Grata Park Shopplnc OanOood 01... In 'SO Otnothli. Modro,00,00IS000. 1231 FURMMHEO duplei HOMES BY lUtVv
Macaluao Beallar. 113-8374. lor. lake flihlnc and boatI .. bsbults 113 W.'I TAMPA HIGHWAY 141 15(0, eaellrnl dioo Near downtown Ito :: OWNER. Lawown power. Special ". ..
small lilY 1(40 North Cry. P515511. Int..,,"..&. 17500 John Snub Matnolla Street. Phono MU payment. Three bedroomewo VA MANAGER I
TWO BEDROOM. new duplel. & I Lob J.i 134 W. Main, IM- full batht. lame Florida # 190 '62 CONTINENTAL Sedan Fully loaded.
nlcel fumlibed Orove Park aeolloa & Drlre MU S-7471 AIR CONDITIONED electrla, nell 4103.Bronnaa 1-4511 ______ _ oom. S car carport brick. One

171 per month., Water fur- PRIVAT! loOT for 5.400. bom. beak Just palntad autalde and 148 Waterfront Property ,ear old Phono MU S.431 01 $100 DOWN WhIt. with I.athe $01QC
nlihed 110-0114 Call MU 1-02' completely redecorated" Intlde TWO LA HOE oountry lots, |190each MU S.MM. I OOtJ
Built-In oven and dtahwainer lino data per lot. Call Many eholce hornet In all locaone Interior
POUR ROOMS Sod floor Wellloroluhsd. PlY! ACRES with well sod aoplo Two bedrooms and Florida room MU I-1491. SACRIFICE CEDAR aabla 1817 WILLOW Avenue Three
redecorat'
Hint alrr yearly ..n... tank pared road bade andarden BeautUul lawn loot Bonny Drive. 13810: 1 bedroom novel atonemie bedroom I balls carpeud llvlnt Monthly Completely payenenu at low aa 155 I #267 '59 LINCOLN 4.Door Hardtop Sedan.
II 1.OTSI or.slO In Cryeta airoendltionIri -
al 311 BouUi Iowa ( apaco. $864000. Ph000 MO 8-0.05. .7t80. Cash or termajrie room. family room
Hprtnit. *. mile South from Ins lot from UU I* aft oa pa no. kIte hou.IhSO toss. stop by our elItes or call Beige with matching Interior, all pow.rplus
TWO BEDROOMS upetatrt Clean TWO BEDROOM anturnlehedtouaa (prime. Reasonable. 61].3484 week d.,.. Croom > A OmvtieeR 813.214. for appointment.

centrally located lbS a month 35 Rooms For Rint lane Florid room Near ....,. S SIlls Nona oe Si'Os OWNER 111 Prado Pli... Illra T R.TUCKERJr. factory air
See at lOt Bon Air : $1495
chool and but line can be soon CAMPING LOT 301. WOods and water OIlsuuthbItOlIrD.6It j
family room
IS BLOCKS from ..11.... Llvlni CAROl ROOM clean near bueOeaUemaa Uonday and Tueedar 1147 UonIcello tree roema conditioned REALTOR 1 conditioning
jwaloa' la the Orals National BY OWNER. oa beautiful Lake
kitchen w In dlnlni area preferred or maa and or eJI 131: -MOI T.mpl.Plold.
room bedroom both Call MO 10529or .11. Price roaconablo MU I-U4I. .. If Inlereiud Poreil. SIM 10 I IIS fret Price Aria'.* In Auburndale two M.d.l.II.D bed. 10100. 315 N Ukilanl #292 '60 OlDSMOBILE 98 4.Door Hardtop S..
( .0. CaenR 000165. two bath oold Cl M''MUA71n
MUBf SKLL. Three bedroom
MU 11M4 ROOMS FOR rent Breeee aondl- 121 HORNET Place. Three bed home. Central
all electric 110.700. air ooodhtloo11.Isudsrspd. dan. White air conditioned
lI.uII. ,
FIVE PVHNISHED rooma .wend Ito..... hot and (old wator to rooma near hoipltal III Call M. MARLER neat and sIr condltlonlni Three Will lake sSSOsdrnortSnSS. PHA Area Property Manaier $1495
each dally maid eerrlee Joe Macaluio Realtor 053.2374TWO Pro R. VA Area Property ManaaerCLASSI'ICD and
floor twa bedroom aiHefan room rein old Priced to eall (HI.3317. power
......... ....... Bear but 18.27 per week Mrt Oar. manor & SON C. Lots. 1011 EMI Man. Phone .
and ...... Hot water furnUhedmi .. Phono 8U-7.... Oranee BEDROOM Itoiu Call for rent MU LMIA REALTOR flll-1133 Auburndale WO '..Jlla TOIRES BEDROOM CB 'JOO down. DISPLAY #299 '63 CONTINENTAL 4-Door. Loaded. 17 .
13JI WOOS
SIb Street 555 8. IIIOlllh _
8'00.
b.Isocs
Rolli Eenwciy Are. 181-0681
-' '. Ill north 1401 B Mala ,
.... I 1744 .00 PT. Lakefront. 3S ...11.. cut 1103 North Wcbeter AVI.. MU 712 miles. bo warranty up to
REDECORATED TWO bedroom 01 1oI..I.n" .n 101. HstrhlotohaLsoa _ao. I Wi .
1119 BOOTH Lincoln two bed
furntabed seMi apartment onBouUi LOBE DOWNTOWN. private en.ancc lot lor tale al .. OO. H ah 11 24,000 .
... breeaewar IBS Joo Maca
Florida Avenue. Air eon II week 123 Bout 74.wTori. roo. Robinson Pines and dry. Can to by boat to Kla. FORECLOSED RtPOHSESSEObartam : $4695
dltloned encloaed ..,.... Waurfurnlabed MU 3-4031. loss Realtor. MO 1-1374 almmee or Miami. Be* R. O UUR. In many Lakeland area I Extra sharpSELECT

adulta. Phone MU 1- RENT OR ..U. throe bedroom ntllltIMpaved . L. Oardner E L. Rnke: or Bud Mel Rudy Realtor 1537 E. Meaiorlal .I
FURNUHED prlTintrenoe
LOVELY All city
room Loll IIM-IIM
$503.C1.OIE. .. two both built-in .._ntd.ln LoIs it Dick Realty 1011 loot Blvd 11.8-1107. tal
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.It prltato bath ......11I. Larae It (101 lot*
IN I-I bodrOuoo spurs.moot. anon.. Ideal foe ealeemaa $I3- porch fenced yard 1100 no. MO RIO thade V.... 4 Blotke weal 1151. '1. PhI,. MO ..IUI. THREE BEDHOOM CB like new. GROUP

.. Cl.... .1t..II. ..... 3761. 1-ami. 01 Wtba.l OB HUhland ." Call APPROXIMATELY: S acre* ooUna orner lot ell heat eond turn niFHA .

.... C1ik 505110. 811-1031.. LAROI FRONT 'droom. I.ID TWO BEDROOM at 199 3 bed T R. Turker. Jr. Realtor. fill8. Labo 4-10 ft. Lakefront Widow lolni north t)8J USED TRUCKS I
5,45. PrIO.1I bath, 501,510 .n. room al 171. W. R. William. 179 or atop br ail N. MaeaAvo Beautiful I.. bedroom home 7 HIJABOAINI. (One Year GW Warranty )
ON LAROB lok.uol.l apart
rcondlttoned (05510.. 0555 sod tool. .0 .. Reator IH1131ST ., Tucker Bulldlni 0011.... Income. Shown br apilntment BEAUTIFUL modern :
meate. bedroom a TRACTORS
one on but line Phone 1311. OWNER. New Owe bedroom onl,. Contact IC.. home. three bedroom m bath AND # 132 '62 2.Door.. Blue. llflQC
IMM3I fr101 houae for sill or ,..." I loo UU R L. Gardner or I UEnke fine corner lot. emvealent location M WHITE Wn Cab over en.a COME IUI/J
45 Business Dick a Realty. lOll Mala Crystal Lake. II.too .
down. |M per month Phone MO Property near ne tractor Ready t* ee I nic
TOWER FLAT. I orrooms. No a-ieol Phone MU 11131 cools for equity Drive by 1911B bus '14 tea ONLY MMII

ebUdr,5 D. ...... 321 bulb W.. POUR ROOM and baUl al 143 RESIDENTIAL COMMER C I A Lnduilrlal LAKEFRONT HOME IOrnDOSO A"DU. Call owu.r: CMIVejOLIT echOiC .... # 191 '60 FALCON Door. Stonderd shift, radio .
.
lourl. Kathleen Road. ..& a month MU lot*. Him all ...... Mel ON mlo8 8. Malcolm ThomalTHREE .... ... ....II.n& runn.n.IIn..I. I heater. Red
TWO BEDROOMS kitchen prl 3.3137. Rid,. Realtor, 1937 B. Memorial LAKE OIBSOM BEDROOM lit bath. ..... ONLY 0305INTISNAYI004L $695
veto batn Three blockj from Blvd. IM-4107 A lovely waterfront boss for sIS Florida room. aiy eonditlonedfenoed .' 101 Orso.I and white
town Reaaonable rent Phone MUIOM4 LAKEFRONT HOME INDUsTRIAL TRACT IdJgll ... family. Llvini room 4 btbedrooma yard Real bartaln (in avery os080r. 5.5','. nosthnuulod
Kraft Fonda approilmataly II 1 bath. Iota of clout. deelrable locaUoa Call III-1 sod 0(005(0. 0,566 Sndors I 4. Standard
F Door.
HOUSE For rent tale ar lean*. practt- tlOI' #200 61 OLDSMOBILE
line rerd. Acre Rlhway. Railroad ..0000 I sndrPt pantry hute 1883 or ...10.116. .1

nv...!vpAoletery ROOMS porcliei automatic .wa tir ally featuree Dew. Llvlni cuilon room built, euallty d nine John f. .'.n.... _Iler. Ill- with.I"'h.n family(with room ttovel PIUS combined a lane BOUTH81DI MEW OUUlOe city.i iIhro. ... TN. NEW SITS. I I shift, radio het.r. *11Q1

5 (60 741 Ruthlni MU t 30iUPLCX room Florida room lane bed '101. __ POr.h faclol lbs I.... AU llard- bedroome thai will take, 54T5005' e"a e.o'T Ilu
i> -CLEAN. CbS i thrSo,00rns. TOO SMALL? rooms. &.. batha eedar .1...... wood floora cell heat, Venetian twin bedt. Walklul dlttanee sod 10 OP. 5(0000Lawes I
.... .... reihly ahopplu and elementary ..hool.l I AND 05050YSOCTOOS.
bath Water. flro proteo mY" erport Bad 51. bllndt throughout Palnlod .
55000 04Ac. 246 59 FORD 2 Door. Radio heater automatic
Ion. rubblib coloctlon l iwo Electrla ceUIni heat. John Imlde and out. Double carport An0050 ctreet from Southwest $ # ,
work furnlehed Can 882-1398 uihoy, and 511111 0011I. Prl..1It dock.Roadp Junior Huh Weal Windier 51.001st I 5.111.4157., SW AN Os.540415.a 400.00.CoIl I transmission, V 8.
off South Lincoln Avenue. Modela
Ono aoallablt Imm..I.IoI. l 0Oth phono WO T-14M. Polk Cltr NO for occupancy .".',on. $695
r April II. .ara... '65. Too big Make the first Call or ... :ODII..r.1 Informa-i I Real nice
JumPs D Cappc or W. (I. Male MI-II10

move towird the homo 140 Wantid T* Rent Misc. ela-im til 1711 FOR SAL by owner Two bedroom Many more I #263 '58 CHEVROLET 4Door. Radio, heater

412 INDIANA of your dreams by check- "ttO ATTRACTIVE home. fartehed ONE 151 Real Estate Exchange JIll Blrawberry CB. strawberry Lane. HUI Lot 1(51IKS Sub.. tt chose from automatic transmission,

'. Price .500 Phone ATwaler. $495
or anfuralened for proeeelonal (4 I
Fo Sill" tnOsssified QUILLIANINTERNATIONAL
ng Horne$ adulta Par loo rent AVE HOUSE: 14000 equity 4-0813 Fort Meade Florida 6 cylinder
Ono bedroom iffltleacr apart- ... RaltF. 450.4031.ENTERTAINMENT :. I
I. Clark Will trade for any Item .. uedI
ment clean and slosh furnUhedwith today. PLAYSthat 11(00 M-OJ47 or nla-433) #275 '60 CHEVROLET Bsl Air 4.DOr. Automatic .

water and ..wa.. furnlih WANTED MODERN two b iiiham. usa LEDGER TRUCK & TRACTOR transmission radio,

.... 150 a "0011I. Call OlbrrTraniue in enhance for 10190 $995

MU I-7UI. musical instrumentany Monterey Mobile Home WIth Sssh.1 cabana. ClASSifIED ANCLASSIFIED 2115 Daa-a City Hw,. heater, V.8. Real nIce
Pay difference. In
Phone 111.4M4. 'heR' MU 2.4117
moro-sell It! Dial
CLASSIFIED DISPLAY I CLAUIFI&D DI''LAY LAROI THREE: bedroom. 1 both __ OlSfLAV ,, I TRANSPORTATIONSPECIALS

_ need not tie expensive MV 6-1181 to start the iaein Ukeiand Southeast aa*. j
ion. Will trade for home or build
Check the Classified sec: inezpenslTO Classified Ad Os sIlo In Freetproof area MO '
SPECIALIST
PRIME tion for good buys In used JIM' ( TUNE.UP
that briefs you cash 'I ri1 I j
NICK THREE bedroom home two roeoent .4I
TV and Stereo sets! bath Florida room Parmenl. IMonth CAUL SUallW with oLakeland Real Bargains Priced at Wholesale
INS and
BUSINESS buyers fail.CLADIPSID ,,, Will trade ..,ull.. 9004 I 51,00
DOWNTOWN ; Lakeland Lincoln'Meraury t(nee "
Cherry Lane 111 1904 alurnaon I # 313 58 CHEVROLET 2.Door. Radio,
'l then earl hat attendee schools $395
ONE ACRE lakefront 3 000 tquare 3 ...'.. automatic trans
at rerd Motor Co4 an
ESTATEOFFERED loot homei trade for ..m.llerhom' hete
REAL I DISPLAy C5ASIFI6I) DISPLAY Ken Harria Realtor. 1881R1 I mleuene. tune-uwe and motor
._.ul.. and ale* been ." Inatructer #309 '53 CHEVROLET 4Dr. Automatic $

I II' of aulometve median. Ivv
transmission radio hooter
I SZ: Rial Estate Wantsd i : I... TU a meant .loot.al red ,

eerv.oea for you vet ue MERCURY 4.Dr. Automatic
FOR SALE _n #310 54 $245

LIST YOURIPROPERTY transmission, radio, hooter


Estate lellmj 6 ground floor units, plus : | WITH US 01TUNE-UP SPECIAL,. #312 '57 DODGE 2.Door Hardtop. $QQC

Present This Before, April 19 1964
Coupon OJJJ
offiet Space and basement. This is LIIIIUIIOUI WAnlreOtO' m. "If 'Shorty ran"I BELL: It. BORN Auto trans, radio, h.ae
upstairs DOWN" H I (Shorty Palm'ar Kit. 2000Vslus
IT Tahbm s Adf ran Bell
I
EXCELLENT BUSINESS INVESTMENT . a I. I1'u. I SosboIXCLUIIVI Realtor, LMLA, 104 S. Ten. : A4it t Carbureter . Only # 274 '56 CHEVROLET Wagon. Automatic
on
Phone MO I-S173Nen .
seldom available In at exclusive PIATIOI0ICOMPS.ZTi opportunity IIC6IATIOP4 IHTI' $395
H1.a;
) and strategic a location as this. Information COft.DO-MIH-IUM 1 1wa : : automatic

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pertaining to price, terms, rents, .5,4 sal Ts PolIcy To Ir..v A.- for 5001 aSP reDl&lo. M.I Red,. Root.tar. PLUt PASTS I

leases cod expenses available on request. nOM s..m ArID 545 OIl MO. loll laat Memorial. Mo4107CLAIIIFIIO Claude JcnhlnnLINCOLNMERCURY

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_, : I MacArthur, Vt. (AP)-Show-His CryptNORFOLK burial-here, a Navy townin I TOP ROUND

1-J i1.aa ery April skies were expectedto which he never lived, was his I

k ; dampen only slightly todaythe request because It was the:
tempo of posthumous trib- scene of his mother's' birth and

ute to General of the Army childhood.The 'i
Douglas MacArthur last rites Saturday under'

Officials of the MacArthur brilliant skies were attended by'i I STEAK
Memorial Museum said they more than 400 civilian i and miltary -
dignitaries, relatives, old
that further
anticipated thou- comrades in
-srms and representatives
sands would line the sidewalk of 10 foreign govern

outside the imposing, columned ments.
building while awaiting their They began with the removal
of the plain military casket I
turn to view the sunken crypt
1 bearing the remains of the
where the general was Interred year-old general from the 84-1

last Saturday. da of the memorial, a
The memorial held its doors verted courthouse, to St..Paul's;

open until 9 p.m. Sundaythreehours Episcopal Church, two blocks

beyond the normal cloning away.
Widow, Son Follow e
time to accommodate the

....' .. ...t< ""'W""" more than 6,000 persons who Mrs. MacArthur and her son I
Arthur, 26, walked behind the,,
WRITING CONTEST WINNERS-Wi"ntrt I in croorlvt wrirlnf contort conducted by Tom came to pay their last respects. caisson en route to the church I'''

O'JIionter of Ukolond Senior High School Include, from the loft, Juno Mann, daughter .f Mr.nd Hours May Be ExtendedIt and on the return to the
I Mrs J. J. Mann of 3JU Clovolond. Holghtt Blvd. first In tko poetry category ,.eII Shu, was scheduled to be opento rlel) memo-I
I' ion of Mrs Hu..... Yorbrough. 417 Ficwy Avo., Mcond'In tho ...., divlilon sad Lynn Smith, the public today from a.m. -- -
f daughter .f Mr. ond M... S. L. Smith, 540 halo Plan, fint In short itorioi. (Ledger Photo by to 5 p.m., but there was a I
Horoor) chance these hours would be
extended again by heavy attendance ,

Short Story, Poetry, Essay More .than 61,000 persons r

I viewed the body of the generalin
Norfolk at the end of a weekof
Winners Told extraordinary tribute to the
By MagazineWinners man who led American soldiers mm Grad. "A" Drifted i Drawn
Jane Parker Delicious
Special
"into battle in three major wars Florida or Georgia Shipped
of a creative writing The spring issue of the maga.' ------- --.
contest conducted by Tam zine uses puppets as the theme!
O'Sbanter, the literary magazine .'based on the quotation "Who is:I Consolidate Your BillsYou SplitBroilers APPLE
of Lakeland High School, the Puppet, and Who the Pup
are announced in the spring peteer?" The theme is developed -
issue released this week. Mr'. symbolically in both art
Grace Blake, adviser of the,and creative writing. may be able to cut
publication and teacher of Recent Issues of the magazine
English IV, directed the con- won top awards in national present obligationsin To :: PIES
judging of high school publications -I your : :33cD.lieiFoe.LbGrad.
test.Prizes
were given in three receiving the Medalist
major categories of writing- award from Columbia Scholastic -1 half or less.Mr. .
short stories,poetry, and essay Press Association, Columbia I MARTINDRUG
For the best short story, first University, and All-American' "M" was trying to pay $282.00 per month. His "A" Drtited t Drawn
prize was awarded to Lynn Honor Rating from the National combined payments were cut to $150.00 per month. Florida er Georgia ShippedFryers 00
Smith, daughter of Mr. and Scholastic Press Assoclatlon'l Mrs. "K" was paying $275.00 per month and some
Mrs. Stanley L. Smith, MO Pra University of )I of her accounts were in the hands of the Credit 3 1 -Lb. $1
Editors of the Tam O'Shanter,,
for "The Pies
do Place Sad-eyed Bureau. She hod ben turned down on a $3,000.00loan
are Susan Johnson, daughter of
Gypsy's Tale"; second prize to from two lending institutions. Through our YOUR
Mr. and Mrs. Maurice E. Johnson I
Nancy Kinsey daughter of Mr. Carleton system she was able to obtain $12,000, consolidateher
3202 Circle East
and Mrs. Chester Kinsey, 503 bills clear her credit and the with PRESCRIPTION DRUMSTICKS
,
-
Monticello, for "Broken Bam- and Sharon Holton, daughter of: repay money -
boo"; third prize to Charles Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Holton, 919,, only $120.00 per month. CENTER THIGHS OR _
Guest, son of Mrs Charles L.j E. Walnut St. Chosen as the I Mr and Mn. "S" were paying out $400.00 per .
Guest, 1025 E. Rose St., new editor for next year was I month and got their payment combined and low for all BREASTS '::;: "
"The Red Hawk." Robert Grizzard, son of Mr. and, ered to $48.00 per month.
Mrs. Harold Grizzard, 2715 Mr. and Mrs. "W" combined their payments and yourhealth
Top Poets Named Berkeley Ave.ANNUAL. lowered their obligations from $500.00 to $150.00per Your Choice
For the best poetry submitted month. needs! Lb. 49C All Flavors Marvel I
first prize went to June DANCE SET I For Financial Service Information Call 752.2450 ,
Mann, daughter of Mr. and St. Clement Holy Name Society C
Days, or John T. Cockrell 752.5040, Nights.
Mrs. J. J. Mann, 2316 Cleveland will sponsor Its third annual
Heights Blvd. for her spring dance at the new, FREE DELIVERY Ann Page Elbow Spoghini orMacaroni ICECREAM :
poem "A Puppet?"; second civic center on April 25 from 1p Financial ServiceDivision EASY PARKING
prize to Edward Knlppers, son .m. until 1 a.m. Music for the .
of Mrs. Ruth Knippers, 92S S. event will be furnished by the I of
Tennessee Ave., for "The Makeup Stardusters and tickets are $3.50a 437 Central Are
of Life"; third prize to, couple. Reservations may beof Cockrell Enterprises, Inc.

Martha Sargeant, daughterMr. made by contacting William S.I 104 E. Haines St. P.O. Box 168 Plant City Fla. Phone MU 3-2807 2 1 lb. 37c
and Mrs. J. S. Sargea t: Frohlich at MU 27917.
--- ---- .
Jr., 1050 Lake Hollmgswor 1 --i iI it
Drive, for her sonnet ''Thai

Extra For Thing.the best first Ann Pegs Pure Strawberry Ii c
essays I)
Go I.
prize was given to Linda Herndon 5 5
formerly of Lakeland High Reg. 15c Book Preserves 12 Ctn '
School, now attending a Jacksonville .
school, for "My Neig I MATCHESSuppositories
borhood"; second prize to Fred 2 69
Shu, son of Mrs. Huretta Yar. Carton I a;
brough 637 Fairway Ave., for l 0'$0
2F160
't That Heard the So r
"The Dog
.. I
books._,.
diers"; third prize to Tom Ta. .'ail / I
cott son of Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Crisp Western 'Special4Fresh
Talcott, 704 Susan Drive, for YOUR PRESCRIPTION u 116 S. Ky. Ave.
Ms editorial "Who Wants a wm.Jmbraea..a hh4.

Youth Center?" Dr. Elton E. t.r..rvk...,Itw I.e.ay 5 light 1I..rnd to tint quanUUa 15cS hds.
Judges were ZEST
Smith and his wife, Mrs. Esther Lettuce 2 29C
Smith, 402 West Oak Drive. Dr. SOAP IOr
Smith is an assistant professor 454 Packs
at the University of South FlorIda {
and teaches English, humanities ONE CENT 2 Far 16
and Bible; Mrs. SmithIs CIy FRI f Green PoleBeans
an instructor In English and
education at Florida Southern
College. Dr. Smith is the author .'
of Two Voices: A Tenny
Ion Study published by the For Infants & Adults $5 79
University of Nebraska Press, FOR THE '., 2 29c

and is collaborating with Mrs. alt 2. OF DIE"US CEle Olafsen \
F
Smith on a critical study of the 4c
of William Godwin.
writings W YOU to* oat i* mi Geriatric
Mrs. Nelle Choate, teacher of I ITIM AT ITS REGULAR R
English HI at the high school, tVERTDAY MICK...ANA
ADD A PINNY TO Formula Green
arranged for the judging. i Fljesh
12's
GET ONE MORE!

LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT vVitamins ...Mineral ... and
1 NOTICE TO CREDITORS' Nutrients for FOLKS OVER 401 '
IN THe COUNTY JUDO t s
COURT IN AND FOR POLK
COUNTY, FLORIDAIN Lb.5C
RE. ESTATE OF Cabbage
W, C. MURPHY
Deoeaaei. BIG 85C SIZE R 9\
To All Creditor anti Ftrion H v 51
bald Claim rotate or Demand Afaini ., .
each of h.re. PODOSpeed Packs
You and you an ASP
by notified to llo 'In duplicate all .. ,."

claim rtv Murphy.d..d.. *alnt and demand tb. .In oitat the which of office W.you C.oRichard U Shave I" rFSrR r SAVE.' l ,.A&fl. "

A. Bronion, County Judot / envelopes
a hi. office In the Court House aBarlow '
Florida, within .lx calsn Regular or Menthol --
dar month. from March 18, 10(14wMrh SPECIAL I DELSEY SPECIAL! KLEENEX J
I I. the data of the fl..t"ublleaUon Medium or Large White
of this nolle Each
f claim or demand mutt b* In writ J11ot
lot, mint state the place of nil' BathroomTISSUE
dean and post office addr.... of \' 2/Dc Paper
th* claimant, munt b. aworn to
and must b* filed a* aforoaaldor 6%
tin* cam will become void Cant ox. 0'
/., Mr*. Patricia Murphy Halford Tub.iWalgreen 49f Stack Upl
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William, Executor O.. CarvrAttorney $1 Bubbling Walgnen TOWELS !
for :.tat. M
P. O. Box 1071 73e Fluoridated .
IT-S41 Lakeland, Florida BATH OIL MILK OF MAGNESIA

NOTICE TO CREDITORS' Dental Cream Oil-in 4frogroncn. (plain r Mint)

COURT IN THE IN COUNTY AND FOR JUDOE'S' FOLK o 1 V Tab ets-bolt( ) of 100))


To nr All RE Chime Crtdltora COUNTY:SEDDON ESTATE! or ,Demand and FLORIDA OOODB OF".roo"DCMd AadnatSel Slav.log 2 R 4 C 16 ounctiM.29 PERFECTION R .or R 4 8 Rolls 8 9C 2 Rolls. 3 9jtc


Citato:
.
You, and each of you ar hereby HAND CREAM
notified to fll. In duplicate al
claim and dmand which you ieee = eoeseeeeeseeee
have alaln.t th* Mtat* of Hedjon Sq or F 30 '
Good, deceased la the office oRichard Z
A. Broneon County Judr. :
t I I I
.till. office" In the Court Houmt
Bartow.month.Florida from within March1X4 .JI.lacalendar If : 1 2 ,Save Only Hif Stamps '"". 'I.. *. 041 .ro

which I* Us* data of tho first I :?. .Gef tine '0011 th..hWH"
publication of thl nolle Eachclaim lu,rd,Tea lo Teilawt._ g ; Gift Fatter .....'; Aril 15th
or demand mutt h* In writ. R FY n Gaior ATLANTIC a PACnC TEA COM/ANy,
dens In-, must and cut po.t the office plao add of re**real-of 1 F SHOP AND SAVE ON sate 3004 S, fla. Ave

and th* muat claimant b*,filed must a* b.*,or.t: or to I e 0 MANY MORE 0 R 0 e e
ela. aani* will become void I Lakeland Store
HALIJB: ROES OOODB: Ic SALE SPECIALSIN lv :
Executrix: I
LANOSTON: MABSET = OUR STORE-I I $ Open At
Attorney at Law
221 South Florid Avenue 8:30 A.M.
lakeland, Florida

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