Title: Lakeland Ledger
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Title: Lakeland Ledger
Uniform Title: Lakeland Ledger
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: The Ledger Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Lakeland, Fla.
Publication Date: April 15, 1964
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Polk -- Lakeland
Coordinates: 28.041111 x -81.958889 ( Place of Publication )
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LEDGER, VOL. 40, NO. 205

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James Sikes Named Industrialist Year

By TOM HUGHES short statement and told the liam Hollis, outgoing chair chosen Lakeland as your placeof
Ledger Staff Writer audience that "I am delightedto man of the board, by Paul business."
lames W, Sikes, presidentof be a member of your community Naylor past chairman of the Introduction of various leading
Florida Tile Industries, was ." Lakeland Industrial Board;
named Industrialist of the Sikes gave much of the and to Naylor himself from figures was made by
Year last night during the credit for Florida Tile's Myrick In recognition of Myrick and that was followedby
second annual Industries Appreciation growth and success to Joble Neylor's past service. a telecast speech from
Dinner at the Lakeland Watson, a founder and vice The dinner, which was cosponsored Gov Bryant.
Yacht Club president of the firm and one by the Lakeland Bryant made the taped television
About 200 of Lakeland' of the firm's driving forces Industrial Board and the Cityof speech to about 200
.r leading Industrialists, city since Florida Tile began Lakeland, Department of communities which were also
commissioners and other businessmen Sikes received two awards, Light and Water Utilities, was having dinners similar to that
1 l'bw'' saw W S. MyrickJr. a certificate from Cov. Farris opened by an Invocation given of Lakeland's as Florida emphasized *
., chairman of the Lakeland and from W J. Peterson
'< Bryant, a plaque by city com its Industrial growththis
r g Rnrb Industrial Board, present tap, the Lakeland Industrial Board. missioner week
iIP coveted award to Sikes. The Industrialist of the Year Mayor Harold Grizzard welcomed
"Profile of Progress" was
gl Sikes at his award the industrialists
was surprised was presented to to the governor's topic and he
award and received it as his George W. Jenkins, presidentof the dinner meeting and said Illustrated his speech on Flor
father' stood by. In receiv Publix Super Markets Inc., "We hope we have createdan ida's industrial growth by
fMl9t ing the Industrialist of the at the first dinner last year. atmosphere tQ your lik
Y Year Award, Sikes made a Other awards went to Wil ing. I an glad you have (Turn ho Page 2, Column 4)



.IY I Johnson To Get ReportOn

Annual Award Presented,

J.", .. W. S.kti, left, pr.iid.nl of florid. Tie Industries, receivel Hi* Induitnehtr ., Ih*
y.., award fans W. S. Myrick Jr", ch.I....... .f the Lek.lend Industrie) lard The'.w... w.. 11th-Hr. Rail TalksWhite
seals loit IIi.lit .t the .oc.... .......1 Udvrrri.i Appr.cleti.it Dinner *t ,Hi. lekelond Yacht
Club (Ld|.r Pk.t. ky Hufkm)
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(AP) President Johnson gets a

report today in the last-ditch railroad bargaining talks e t d; ,

Dickinson Pledges he arranged in an effort to avert a nationwide strike.

Johnson will hear from federal mediators what was

originally scheduled as a report on "the progress and

Statewide Crime FightBy the effectiveness" of the first five days of the emergencytalks

following a 15-day strike
postponement. a
THE have a record that cannot He said he had voted for every highly cautious White House I Fighting I ,
Fred O. Dickinson matched" he said. "For major education bill passed by spokesman Tuesday refrained !

Palm Beach pledged years I fought for educa- the Senate la his eight years in from even referring to it as a a C-| U
as a legislator while moat, rlOT65"There P
wide curb
moves to that "progress" report.
body, Including three teach
is chosen Florida' 'candidates did little. I I Is nothing thus far g
nor. they 'all claim they er pay raises. t i that In any way could be char. In Cyprus
Campaigning in champions of education." He said he would support vocational eterized.as: either progress or.H '
Dickinson said that Kelly of Lakeland also education throughout, set.back," he said NICOSIA, Cyprus (AP-Scat-
about his :
, up legislative rec- the. state and envisioned a .time Reports Denied tered'clashes! flared on Cypru
ty a Fort Pierre la
Citizens' Turday
again todafc-and three Turkish
missions. :.trance. ?. (Turn to Page 6, t'plumn>> d) The Whte! House went to con.Id.rable Cypriots we-erreported ,
Hire special .. ... pains to deny pubIIshed killed
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; Canadian U.N. troops were shotat
reports that the talk t
working directly ,. in two outbreaks and ,returned
ernor's office to could be. described as optimiitic.
the fire
in government. County Candidates ". Greek Cypriot sources said'three
TQ characterize what is hap
Seek fulltlme '
: Turk were killed during':
peeing either in terms of optl.
for every county. the night when Greek fighter
mism or pessimism is a din
Central I At service not only to the negotiations overran M advance Turkish !
in the .<
position Kyrenia'Moun.tales
Establish a themselves but to accurate
crime information reporting," the spokesman said UN. officers there are And There Was Ole Smokey
seeking to avert a
for pitched
No specific time was set
enforcement man of action, said battle
state. Ledger Staff Writer he'd make no promises, only the mediators'most of the report President's to Johnsonbut official !. Canadians Shoot Back Mr*. Lyndon Johnien, .Ho....'... th. .pains, y.iUr Dickinson continued -A warm to stand on his record of "ef morning schedule was routine The Turks were among about Dtp.*".."* .f .Agriculture In W..Mn' .K>... woe ,......to4 with a "5", ....," M\\ sad took ti", to
for votes in populous breeze of rebuttals was festive leadership, high teacher : and there was a big gap 30 I entrenched on a strategic .,.. aln-ui. ....I... .f h. lorttt S..I,*'. fire prevention >,,,,..1. S.c..to".f Afrlevlfur.Orvill. .
ida Wednesday, up amid a cool wind morale, and school board 1 between 12 JO; p.m. and 4:30 hill 12 miles north of Nicoeia.I . Freemen .".......//.4 the First Lady .n her taur .f .... fair AP Wlrephoto __
Broward County. threatening rain at the progress in bettering the I UN. headquarters said Ciadian .
County Democratic Ex. schools." pm.This shot back afte"urkish
Robert King High troops
said that his Committee' fifth po His opponent. W. W. (Bill) the; mediators-led to, headed speculation by Secretary that- Cypriots fired on themin McNamara Seeks To Kill 'Myth'Of
"doing political rally here last night. Read, Lakeland, used mutual :: of Labor W. Willard Wirtz, Trahonas, a Nicosia suburb,
al with the same In, answer to harmony between his hoped. might make their report sometime and in the Kyrenia Mountains I
tog as their stock in .' were heard in the for office and school officialsas : in the early afternoon No Canadian casualties were
On the contrary for county school super his theme, saying he was "I want to make it clear that reported. Declining U.S. Armed PowerWASHINGTON
had emphasized ; state senate; com a dedicated teacher, not a I I[[ do not know whether the Greek Cypriot authorities say
and human values" District One; and politician. I mediators will be able to say the Turks must leave the hill
Fred Karl of representative, group two. Then he opened the way for 1 that progress has been made in because it overlooks a Greek. (AP) Secretary -testimony contending the Russians -missiles and waving the manned
detailed his animated crowd of about rebuttal as he answered a ,the sense of 'we have moved owned quarry and large farmon of Defense Robert S. are narrowing the gap bomber to the sidelines too
Tuesday to voters in full from an earlier supper previous sally by Boone by ,within 10 feet of a solution or which the nearby villages of McNamara permitted use of intelligence One high official familiar with I early.
Florida. v e n by the Providence saying he did not resign a ''we have moved within 13 feet upper and lower Dhikomo are estimates to chal- McNamara's thinking said the Officials noted that there had
Demonstration Club, teaching position at one time, ,4 Df a solution,' the spokesman economically: dependent. I lenge Gen. Curtis E. LeMay be defense secretary feels it Is been a spate of criticisms, including
or politely catcalled as Boone claimed, but only Conference Held a new defense strategy
laid doubts
j to
cause he wanted to kill at birth "dangerous raise any
candidates set a colli took six-months sick leave. idea In the world, paper spelling out the views of
"I have no In Nicosia, Lt. Gen. Prem any myth about declining U.S, about our strength !
course with their oppo Boone rebutted that it was ;:and I don't think the mediators Singh Gyanl, the Indian U.N. military superiority.This "He thinks it would be wrong one of McNamara's strongestfoes.
as specifio issues were a matter of record-with letter ,would at this point, and I do not troop commander, conferred for was learned from defense -to sit by and allow creation of I, Sen. Barry Goldwater of
over the coals on file- that Read resigned i I think the participants on either an hour with Turkish Cypriot officials today as the gulf a myth-and it Is a myth In his Arizona Goltiwater's
School Superintendent then reconsidered, :I aide would Fazil Kuchuk Is I But paper \
I In Vice President widened between the strong judgment-that there any
registrants."I S.the Boone audience, incumbent several, asking for a granted leave of The negotiators and mediators presumably about the Kyrenla willed defense secretary and lessening of our strength," this 'mostly reliability-which on the Issue plunged of missile him

BARTOW e. that he was a dedi (Turn to Page 2., Column 6) (Turn to Page 8, Column 4) ,crisis, the equally strong,minded Air official said into collision with McNamara
There was also scattered The Defense Department
ended its voter Force chief of staff :early In Goldwater's quest for
112 shooting during the night and Late Tuesday the Pentagon statement did not name leMay. the Republican presidential
with more
"d ''''''' '''' this morning along the border issued a statement stressing Authorities would not acknowledge -
en than there were ;;';;' : nomination. The senator is an
1i between Turkish and Greek sectors "the increasing military super!. it was aimed at the controversial -'
books were erased i Air Force Reserve major general -
in Nicosia ority of the United States." It Air force chief of .
ber.Figures released came after publication of LeMay' staff who feel, McNamara is
much reliance on Questions Rained
by Supervisor of Battle February congressional placing too I
Blanche Work show 3-Day ; Instead, the Pentagon blast
876 voters are Leaves GOLDWATER WINS was aimed clearly at disputing
vote in the May 5 Mekong questions raised "regarding the

This compares with Delta BloodyTAN Sen. Smith Makes Strong magnitude of our superiorityand
voters who were on Ta. d whether it is continuing to
I when county ." LeMay's published test!
I PHU South Viet Nam grow
approved a (AP-A three-day battle with Showing In Illinois Vote !mony raised those questions. .
voting precincts, Officials would neither conTurnto
two Communist Viet Cong battailors
the reregistration.The final figures has left this southern CHICAGO (AP) Sen. Barry The lady from Maine was In ( Page 6, Column 4)Page
female Mekong Delta region bleedingand Goldwater's victory in the Illinois the state at the same time. As
the register grief stricken and cost the presidential preference primary -on her previous weekend visit,
than aged did to the government its heaviest casual shared Interest today she quickly made the rounds at
The total is broken ties In the Viet Nam war. with a surprising show of colleges and small gatherings
39.113 women : American advisers reported strength by Sen. Margaret Her display of vote pulling 1 /1
763 males. nearly 300 government soldiers Chase Smith power was unexpected, too,
Demos Far dead or wounded. Charles H. Percy, who when viewed in the light of her
The Democrats Civilian casualties may exceed stepped Into a president's post finish as a poor fifth In the
the Republicans by H 200, an American adviser said. in industry at 29, captured the. March 10 primary In her neigh.
8.790, and the They apparently were deliberately Republican nomination for governor boring state of New Hampshire Amusements .. 28
number the Negro inflicted by the Comma at the age of 44. .I Only the names of Sen. Gold- Business News 15
67,848 to 9010 fr fiats on government sympathizers Returns from Tuesday's primary water and Sen Smith were
sons either gave these percentages of printed on the Republican ballots Bridge 7
dependents or as American observers called the the preference vote Goldwater Others scored by the writein Crossword! Puzzle 29

parties other than action "a stunning Communist 63, Mrs. Smith 26, Henry Cabot method on both party ballots, Comics ................ 28.29
and Republican. 19rProposed political victory" Lodge 6 and Richard M. Nixon although the Lodge and Nixon Classified ......".." 30-31

wood Precinct Precinct No., has 47, One American enlisted man, a J, with several the remainder others split up boosters did not specificallyseek Deaths ..................... 6
helicopter crewman, was killed among write-ins,
bored voters to by ground fire Sunday. A dozen Sen. Smith, of Maine, came Percy, now board chairman of Dear AbbyEditorials _i............ 29
among the 91 other American were wounded. into the Illinois test after Gold the Bell & Howell Co, made a ...."..,",?. 4
.ft Precinct No. 21, Variable-Wing Jet American advisers counted 50 water had entered. She wanted, successful start in his first try Horoscope ...."".".. ..28

Winter Haven, or 60 bodies of guerrillas in she said, to give the voters a for public office by defeatingState Television ............ 29
ers, followed by This I. a m.d.l *f ...1...'s ,..,.... ..,...... )lot t.....,.... with Its .., .bl..Iwept wings charred paddy field.. The enemy choice. I Treasurer William J,
....... 26-27
tal Lake, with 1, trended. HMrly straight cut I I.. lading. er take-. .)! ,..ili... Tfce wings vwU tuck .1.... the losses were believed to be much Both traveled to Illinois twice Scott, 37 Sports
Twenty-nine ... .f th. '... ... In ..,......1. Hifkl. M.d.l. w.. .unveiled is I s..",. ,....,..., el le.in't heavier, Vietnamese officer during the campaign. The Arl The winner also took a first Weather Map 6
have 1,000 .", In competition with Uckheed end North Am.rlc.il Avlerien In the ...... A,ie ien Aiency said The Reds carried the fight zona senator spoke Friday to' step toward control of the GOPTurn Women ,.,..,...,..,.. 12-13
The smallest II .....et t. kuild/ this satin.'S entry !. the 'Ist.rsti.al ...,......1. from*** rocc. (AP Wie.. Into government lines even isdaylight. I 10,000 at a rally in the later
dal tr.tlon.wlse; witb only 10 hot*) national Amphitheatre. ( to Pago 8, Column I)



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!- ___LAKELAND LEDGER Wedneda_ ._April_IS.,_1M4 !
___ County Contests Begin


Get Out On The Water With One Of The Beautiful, Boot:

Listed In The LEDGER Classified Sectionif11111'II Warming Up At Rallyabsence.

He countered Read's work near a school In his sioner, pledged to be a representative -.
who really
criticism of "a quality sadly area. represents
k WED.. THURS., FRI.. SAT. lacking in the school board- George R. Burt, Lakeland with no favorite groups;

SPECIALS AT . '. mutual respect and close harmony business executive, wondered: he noted that businessmen as
to $1.500 not well as attorneys can make
," by laying that If he what happened
commission good legislators.
accounted for in
FLORIDA books, charged that Polk He slammed down hard on
the license-tax Increase. .
facilities sayIng
; psychiatric
j Fr Pal' 0", County
Jll Inadequate, that a social that education monies can
, ." ., were worker was hired In place of a come from elsewhere. Turner
PHARMACY psychiatrist announced against "new and
needed full-time
saw a need to take Issue with unnecessary taxes" and for
increase for
the board, he would to better and that 5 increased tourism; spending
(In 'ubli. Sup. M.rktt On N. MM*. Av,.' public Interest. commissioners from $9,000 local tax money locally, and
Into county lav.Ings. -
School Board, DM. I $10,000 cut promoting hlgh-dasslndustrlll

Seth McKeel, Lakeland, recited growth locally.
hia civic and business Woods, noting that an Iden. Ray Mattox, Winter Haven -

Double Green Stamps background and laid his real election tical twin campaigning comes In ,handy said he In incumbent. cited,, his >eIghtyears'
would helpin
estate experience fulfilled pledge and experience 40 "ap a
ii. school expansion programs. had extensive every work for proach the job, learn all aspects
cited his experience on board had done of its problems and
S and health and welfare
> On Prescriptions I; of trustees and pledged con the aged facilItIes spend lots of time In legislative -
tinued close work with school study"
I he said that
In rebuttal,
;I # Ii I A CHAT WITH THE WINNERS' Dr. John F. Sly, cOats, profoMor .", .,itul of politico! programs. Polk C 0 u n t y' I psychiatric the He had just barely made
Incumbent in order
Mrs Dora Cox Phillips, meeting to take
cionco ot Princeton Unlvtmty, end I,..k.r ot tko Induitrioi Apprteiotion Di"".,, tolki wirhword cases were much less than 50

..... Reg. $4.72 100'sNafabcc I'I' wi""... Paul No,ler, Mi past clo.i,,,,.,, of the Loktlond Indyitnol loord ...et Williom HoiJ stand sidestepped on the her Junior determined per cent He added that the tha Ing platform in from in Roanoke time after, Va fly.,

Kapseals (P-D) $289 j J jIll, outfoinf ch.I""... of the board (Udftr Photo by Hufkoi) college site location by stat sheriff's office was conduct of the where he was a delegate to

availableto ing a full investigation the national mining and
ing that it must be phos.
'I' Ij 1 I James Sikes Is Named the greatest number. She missing $1,500 and that as far phate conference studying
HospifalEngineers culvert was concerned,
Reg. $1.50 Rexall Super Anapa was one of several candidates as the reclamation of strip-mined
for an it was an emergency that led phosphate areas, such as In
98 who plumped
"'It Cough Syrup Industrialist Ot Year improvement In Polk Coun to use of the only Immediately Polk County.He .

ty'. vocational guidance and available pipe. pointed to his support of
James H. (Bill) Kegley, the air
Reg. $2.59 36's Rexoll To ConveneHenry showing a motion picture of Then Sly asked "Just what training program. Lakeland locomotive fireman pollution law; anti-
price-fixing of the milk
$ S9 various industries In Florida. does bring persons to Flori. School Board Dist 4 aid com.
Super Plcnamins | stood on his platform for mission and hospital Improvements
Main speaker for the night'saffair da? He answered the ques.
R Hmkley, president I was Dr. John F Sly, tion by saying that in basic R L (Dick) Brumbaugh. to working or retired people in service for the aged.
of the Hospital Engineers Association , professor emeritus of political terms it is "Fun" but per. Lake Alfred city commissioner on fixed incomes, said he Q. Quitman Quinn, Wahneta,
Reg. 59c McKesson | In Florida, will attend a I sons must be able to enjoy and businessman, stressed the would rather do than promiseand hit I "poor representation,"

Milk of Magnesia Tablets 39 I meeting of District Three, Florida the fun and also afford it. need for better vocational that promise of economywas overtaxation and poor spend.
I Hospital Engineers here toI "That is a problem for Indus. training for Polk County at an election issue only, ing, saying Polk County has
,' I morrow, tries," he added. secondary and college levels. "jettisoned on the sea of broken not kept pace in economy or

Reg. $1.89Doans (limit 1)) '1 Earl E Reese chief engineer Asking another question, He knocked a "school board promises, to be reassembledwhen population as It should.

Pills at Lakeland General Hospital science at Princeton University Dr. Sly said "What does business dominated by a few Individuals election I time rolled He said he'd represent the
$119 and District Chairman. said I He is also the state and want when they seek a ," as one lacking in action around again. He said action poor as well as the rich, edu.

i! Hinkley is also the director of local taxation expert and former new location? spoke louder than words. cated and uneducated, would
the division the Race Jr. Winter He deplored the merger of lower taxes and provide
$1.48 40U physical plant at director of the Princeton "Profit is of course the main / Austin T. more
Reg. ( limit 1)) |,University of Florida in Gaines. surveys. concern but top managementmust Haven, business executive who ACL and Seaboard Railroads services, abolish milk commission

"'It Insulin NPH 83' ,yule Dr. Sly's talk was on the be persuaded that profit has served six years on the saying it cut Into the county and lower tag cost.
I Mayor To Speak "Economic Trends in Florida" exists In the location they are board and as chairman In his and Lakeland's economy-by Rebuttal by Mattox stated

b 1 Mayor Harold Grlziard Is to and he talked about the industrial looking II t. second year on the board, led causing increased unemployment that he voted for tag Increaseto

Reg. $2.85 SOU (limit 1)) i I be the speaker at the meeting and population explosionto "But other things go Into into the Junior college hassle pay for increased facilities,

h Insulin NPH $179 slated to start at 1 o'clock tomorrow be seen In Florida by 1970. consideration of a place to by stating that the school Commission, Dlst. S such as school Improvements,
afternoon at the hosIpltal "We will have 2'/i million settle a business. boards are responsible locallyfor It was a choice, he said, ,to
Fire Marshal C. W. Cum.bee more persons in 1970," he "Among them are good Tallahassee directivesHe les Dunson, Winter Haven increase the grocery, medicine

Reg. $1.84 (limit 1)) will also address the meetIng pointed out. schools, comfortable and attractive scored the failure of the incumbent, cited" his "unques. or license tag tax.: "I I
record and in his
tioned ,
[ He remarked that "It Is environment for the board to accept the recom- am willing to pay $10 a year
Kolantyl Gel ?.., 89 I Reese, who will succeed H ink- easy to see how easy it is to employer and employes; recreation mendation of "nine good doc short talk promised Job security extra for better education-

,ley as president next year, said learn to love Florida" ; stable state and local tors of education" who saw to all county employes. are you?" he asked in con
also Winter
James Musso
iSbout 28' Florida hospitals will Dr. Sly said he was In Florida government and taxation. the Winter Haven golf courseas clusion.
1000 '/4 Gr. (limit 1)) be represented at the district as "an observer with the Sly went on to explain various the most ideal spot in the Haven, urged more vocational Wallace Storey, Bartow, said
Saccharin lEAl.' .'.,"", 17 meeting objectivity of science." aspects of what businesses county. Some of the cities education facilities so that his experiences as city at.

Di.cou"t prr In the morning a business ses Growth Not New look for when they \move are most interested in the $1-2 school study to dropouts be useful or citizens.misfits.may He torney for two cities; city law
and staled that "We want to
W I lion and election of District officers extra college students might experience; assistant county
noted that from May to Sep.
The speaker attributed Flor. keep the basic values of Florida
100 Extra JW GREEN STAMPS will be held Reese said, ida's basic spend locally than the welfare tember 1963, Polk unemploy. attorney for two years and
growth to the "astonish. as nearly as we
| With Purchase Old I Set ] starting at 10 o'clock. ing mobility of the Twentieth can possibly do." of the student himself. Race ment was 40,000. More Indus- assistant county prosecutor in
Any Spice
charged law enforcement should make
.J j'II James M. Clontz, an engineer: Century" and said the growthin try Is needed, he said
k. VMtsnttmrowt* COVfOX ., fur Nalco Chemical Co., will talk, this Stale Senate him well-rounded, and coupled
,'on "New Concepts Of Water was not new J. F. Alexander Commission, DM. 9 with his position on the boardof
"At a recent it was his draft of
\ tNSTAMS {treatment," to the afternoon seaision After citing Joseph S. Sedmera, Lake- overseers of Stetson Law
recognized that there
k'' r'"l00 Extra J::ji;; Reese said 14.2 million persons Jn Florida were Honored legislation to help the citrus and land realtor, said fie liked Polk College, should qualify him tounde..tand
As and industry
I i I vegetable County, but not the lack of a myriad of problems -
i In 1963. The tourist
With Purchase of population
: il Any $2.50 or. |! .. amid vocal support of a size- would
.. | nr LE IN HOSPITAL I grows faster than the foresight of in leaders and a representative
.., More Cosmetic Sets ;I| .I HOLLYWOOD (AP)-Corned- resident population That tactIs Bartow Leader aisle.( YinceyLakeland group of fans QuillianS. called for envisi attorney
t. m CfJl1'fJ.m% % t I Ian : .IJton) Eerie. 55, is in Ceo of economic importance" for the county and adoption David Higginbottom, Lake
i dan. 't' lebanon Hospital at he said. warmed up the atmosphere by of a plan to fulfill It. Wales attorney, came out
: .$ U$$ M $ $ $ $$$ Holtywixjd for possible treat Comparing Florida t6 other v BARTOW J. Frank Alexander asking, "What kind of senatordo He stumped for: improvedtax strongly against the "pork-

1' 100 Extra -// Green Stomps ...'meet QI' I stomach ailment. states Or Sly pointed out that vice president and gen. you want? One who has and industry climate: choppers"-small county Interests -
f eral of Lake Garfield admitted to special interests
[ With purchase of 100 VITERRA 747 ; 1 i A hospital spokesman saidI "Florida is in 30th place in manager serving sound approaches to financial who manage to control
Nurseries last Increase In taxes and .
Therapeutic Vitamins. Reg. .. .1 I I Berle's ailment was not serious per capita! for Income among night was pre problems; adequate lake and a majority In the legislature
sented 'the end of homestead '
"Governor's Certifi exemption
f ,1 "Florida ranks fourth among recreation areas; a master and are "pampered" by

CflUI'fl.Y st.... .-K i vJ j The "bitter end" Is the Inboard -' the real estate values per cap cate" for outstanding leader. or do you want your too-heavy plan for county roads and care the legislature.He .

:;::;.; !' portion of a ship's anchor ita with other states; Is the ship In Bartow Industry.Approximately efficiency tax burden?" lightened through in hiring competent and qualified said a little over one-

F4rr4rArA1 i cable. 13th in retail sales: and is 100 persons personnel. third of the legislature can
-- -- fifth in service sales'< were on hand at John's Restaurant He said that no personal Aldme Combee, Lakeland incumbent block big-county; legislationand
Employment Doubled when the annual award friends conflict of interest, who has served eight. a major reapportionmentis

Dr. Sly also noted that the was presented to Alexander by special favors of free air trans years on the commission, long overdue, even if the
manufacturing employment In Floyd B. Bowen, general man portation would stand between asked the audience to check last resort would take the
READINGTO Florida has doubled in the last ager of Bartow's International him and each and every constituent the record of commission actomplishments matter to state courts. "Our
decade. Minerals and Chemical Corp. : school Improvement -
right to fair representation
He remarked that "Industry plant and president of the Flor His opponent, Ben Hill Griffin little league fields, must not be infringed upon,"
brings a higher standard of ida Chamber of Commerce. Jr of Frostproof, citeda paved rOAds. AMA accredited he said.

living through more sales and Following the presentation. heavy work load as representative county hospital, mosquito control Kmgswood Sprott Jr., Lake
thus II profit. the climax of the annual with membershipon of pioneer
Wales, member a
"In planning a move, Florida chamber of commerce Industrial six to nine committees a Bob Jones, Lakeland restau. Florida family decried the

would want plants that fit dinner, the group watched year since 1957 and experience rant owner, said his open, background of Ms opponents,
nicely Into a polite category Guy Farris Bryant's televised to better qualify him for clear mind and open office that this fitted them
having high quality of specialists address, presented as part of the post. door to suggestions and criticisms saying than legislative
for other jobs
and technicians," would be in service to
. Industry Appreciation Week.. He said he was running on and that he felt just as
.._..-.-___._ _---_-.__ .'.""" ._:;- -- -_A_!.:__- -,w--- - his own merits nut the demerits the county as a whole, for: .
better roads, educational 'f a. qualified.He
of his opponent and cilities noted his "effective ex-
insect control, strict
FRANK. WILL . asked rebuttal to answer the honesty, fair tax treatment, perlenre" as an administrative
,I homestead exemption charge. tax from Polk for Polk. assistant to the Polk
Griffin laid he had never He County delegation in Tallahassee '
pledged for
BUY SELL TRADE done home. non-support\
anything against further increases in salary, : drafting bills; advising
stead exemption except to pro outside help if inside help ade. guiding legislation. "I did

pose a constitutional referendum quate, help for the needy and all the work a representative
You Can Always Do Business With frank!
to allow local eliminationof cast votes on
and do
; oppressed no area favor must except
the exemption to provide itism in what he considers a the floor of the House."

it i.. : \ funds for better Ichools.Comml.sion full.time job.Representatives. He said he was for less gov.
. .
tltrifiay U tqrtain Drf At fftnk't I Di&t. I Group t ernment control, less creep

5 Francis L Pipkin, Lake Jack Turner, Auburndale ing socialism and reversal of

JEWElKtIfQ land, sawed Into hit opponent, architect and city_commis- _a welfare state Idea. _

i I !LPTi '_ hlIA AIRWAY Floyd L Woods, of Medulla,
saying that while the Incum. Doctors' Strike I
bent announced lower taxes, Brings

ATREASURE a II I frit M.in. Sfrt-J' past at he their invited three tax years.the receipts public for to look the Apprehension In BelgiumBRUSSELS I

He charged that Woods
,-z : CHESTOF Instrumental In was Belgium (AP-' night duty, there were no re
,I ignoring bids The seriously 111 have been get, ports of danger to health.
"" --- -- and for
.r- over-spending culvert
ting adequate treatment or bet. For the poorer Belgians wh>
ter since the 15-day-old doctors' were emergency cases, medi
GOOD strike began, but those with ine and treatment were fret
Proven Performance Means More Than Promises minor ailments have to shift for There have been cases o'

themselves hardship, specially for patient
BOOKS COMMISSION GAINS FULL ACCREDlfTffioTiFOR With most of Belgium lO.OlHi( who wanted to be treated III<

\ COUNTY HOSPITAL; BUILDS NEW doctors on strike against a new home

. OBSTETRICAL WING; HIRES FULL.TIME medical insurance law, there Hospital wards are overcrowded
was general apprehension that and patients are sen
MENTAL HEALTH COUNSELOR . many patients would die unattended home as quickly as possible

Personal nursing attention 1"
. Urgent cases on the whole becoming nonexistent.
. -and lowers your taxis, have been taken care of under Although J.600! military reserve

an emergency setup organizedby doctors have been called
t : saving taxpayers a the physicians and taken to active duty this does no

: over three days ago by the government seem to help. Many coma ot
quarter-million .
foot, medical in
without their
Florida Notional! 1 Is .
pleased to recognize this alone! Decree Issued strumenta.
Premier Theo Lefevre's Nurses Join
government May
and the important
,' issued a decree Sunday There was talk of nurses joining
calling for mobilization of 3,600 the strike. But one head
contribution Pork
Trammel Public ,
army reserve doctors, and requisitioning -,nurse laughed: "We have too

: and staff civilian doctors attached much work to go on strike."
Library its to our com _
: to
hospitals. It
lays It Since the government ordered
munity.. . has mobilized. about 5,700 physicians. private clinics reopened Sunday
any patient can attend them
who has performed The situation in many parts of free-for the time being.
Belgium, however, Is reaching a Some low-Income patients find
.2 critical point, with hospitals themselves in K4-a-day suites m
for )vercrowded and the danger of fashionable clinics

you epidemics Increasing. Following strict military regu
Strike leaders claim their I latlons, some doctors are sending

emergency setup is collapsing patients to the hospital wit''
unce the government took it!'the
. .. J Jt. Keep ALDINE COMBEECounty ver, The Interior Mmistn Military hospitals have I be-
--,- -.s. H9*.>-( t111 / lames the strikers, accusing
opened to IvilianS but Jhev Commissioner Dist 5 them of sabotage \(teaching he saturation'V::.1
South Tennessee Lakeland, FlorId. ALL Registered voters can vote in this FOCI During the IJ days the doctors,Emergency hospitals have wei

., ,.. Pet Ad. hy Aldm C.mb.."C...,..'. ,..... AI",,,. c... .., tt.*...,., ran the eme'"ency service with!set up in schools and other public
1,000 physicians on day and buildings. "*,

LEDGER. Wednesday. April IS, lift i J

, MacArthur Drew Defense Line -, ''' ,It. SHOP. THURSDAY TIL 5:30 P.M., FRIDAY AND MONDAY TIL 9 P.M., LAKELAND' I

, .t' ,. ht
Acheson Later Got Blamed ForBy ,\J''; 1 :;'

Ij > .
I ),
JAMES MARLOW I ported Truman and explainedthe wouldn't try to defend It. He I .t f
Associated Press News Analyst decision in a talk at the Na- left the door open for an AmerIcan \ ':' '.. "..... ,". 'r'
WASHINGTON (AP-In) 1950 tional Press Club. decision later "';
Secretary of State Dean Ache Repeating what MacArthurhad A would-be attacker could . APRIL IS
son talked on the American de said 10 months before, construe it either way But the ,,,"
fense line in the Pacific and got Acheson put the' American defense United States had just gone t;
denounced for years afterwards, line in the Pacific off the through an experience with ..
Republicans made him a punch. Asian coast and in the string of Chiang whose government and r DRESS MONTH
ing bag. islands from the Aleutians to the forces hid frittered away American .
It was one of the twists of history Philippines. He, too, omitted help. r
or politics that Gen Formosa.He On June 25, 1950, the North AT MAAS!
Douglas MacArthur 10 months then went further than Korean Communists attacked
before drew exactly the same MacArthur and sought to answer South Korea Truman acted at
defense line but this went unmentioned the natural question raised,once: He sent American forcesto
by Acheson critics!by his statement: What about) the defense of Korea, under
and defenders protecting other areas in the MacArthur The United Nations
Among the critics were Sens, Pacific and Asia from attack. quickly joined In. And Truman
Joseph McCarthy and Robert A, Acheson said: "It must be defended Formosa from Red
Taft and Gen Dwight D. Elsenhower clear: that no person can guar. Chinese attack.
Even when MacArthur antee these areas against mil'Seven days after the attack
' died April 5, what he said In 1949 itary attack. But it must be'I started McCarthy denounced
must have been long-forgotten, clear: that such a guarantee is Acheson for "telling the world"
This writer found no mention oft. hardly sensible or necessary[before the war began that the
) within the realm of practical re United States would not intervene :
Formosa Not Defended lationships .
This was the background. In If such an attack did occur, On August 7, Taft said "we i .a f rit +
1949 the Chinese Communistswere he said, "the initial reliance invited the attack" because
smashing Chiang Kai must be on the people attackedto Acheson "announced last winter
thek's Nationalists on the China resist it and then upon the : that we would not defend ,
mainland. Formosa commitments of the entire civilized : ., Korea and Formosa."
an Island
100 miles off the coast, belongedto world under the charter of: And during the 1952 presidential -
China. the United Nations which so far ; campaign-MacArthur wa .H
On March J, 1949, MacArthurIn has not proved a weak reed to keynote speaker at the Rennbl!
an Interview with an Eng- lean on by any people who are can convention which nominated -
fish newspaperman Ward Price determined to protect their independence Eisenhower they also denounced -
discussed the American defense against outside aggression Acheson along the
perimeter In the Pacific same lines.CAN'T.
I While Acheson didn't commit
The Interview was published in
the United States i
to the defenseof
the New York Times March 3,
MacArthur said the AngloSax.on ., any country attacked in Asia,
he didn't say the United States
"line of defense runs throughthe
chain of Islands fringing the
coast of Asia." He listed them, SLEEP?
from the Aleutians to the Philippines MOSCOW (AP) The Soviet

through Japan. He left judiciary Is Investigating the If acid Indlsaitlon ktapt you up,
out Formosa. latlla you..." for altao ,llhlIW"
death from an overdose of w,th TUMS antacid tablet.
In December 1949, Chiang and i"
Todays lid 1IIInl TUMS are (>
sleeping of student from
what was left of his army fled pills a fort,(,td -ipwd tooth'nf. kiln
to Formosa. But by then the Kenya, a spokesman of the potency ralltf....../...iwutrallnallan'cMacld ...you from lh.
United States had given up on Kenyan Embassy said today. grip of an d-lrrltatad Ilom.chpl.I.I.I.ntly.on B

him and on Jan. 5. 1950, President The embassy said he apparently You_can II..,'lain Wouldn"i tho tpot
Harry S. Truman called in committed suicide. i you (aka that \ '
newsmen to make a statement Quickly afftctlvak ,
He said the United States |H aoltncy ral...(
HAVE A PAINT PROBLEM arallaaek-10* ,
would take no action to defend
Chiang and his forces on Formosa CallLAKELAND 1Riffl-11
that It was a Chinese GLIDDEN
problem This was an admmis PAINT CENTER
tration policy decision. III I. ",..,tI. A... PS. lN.snr -I
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4 LAKELAND LEDGER. Wednesday, April II, 1M4 The Last Full Measure of Devotion U. S. Needs To I


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Where The Students AreA "I

DAVID LAWRENCE by Mr. Fowler to methods of

,', WASHINGTON Many an achieving price stability and
three-member majority on the growing region such as Polk County.where' ,
', \ Individual doesn't look farther steadiness in wage adjust.
Polk County School Board showed commuting students must be
The federal .
few weeks or government
ahead than a
able to get to college and back home
wisdom, we think, In rejecting a sur- months. The politicians, there- for political reasons
again in a minimum of miles, time,
vey team recommendation that the v fore, think only In terms of avoids this kind of 4iscusslon -
and traffic It is obvious
Winter Haven Golf Course be the congestion. what the pop but it.U the largest single

permanent site of Polk County's new rule of thumb that any day collegebe ular mood will factor .in forecasting accurately -

junior college. located as nearly as possible, where be at the time the long-range effects
the ,and the of this year's
boys girls are. on the tax cut on business -
Those who favor hasty acceptanceof elections. But
the golf course are too quick to r business has to and finance. Investmentin
do long.range new plant and equipmentto
assign bad motives "regional politics"
No DisputeThere planning. Government v'--' meet new demands arising
for fur-
to any move calling ought ito from consumer spending can
ther study of the additional sites which is the do so, too,
one angle to smoklng- be readily predicted as likely
available. the matter in but somehowavoids
are To keep health controversy that is not open to to rise, but the benefits can

perspective, let's remember that theBoard's dispute. Careless smoking can kill, This it.is' why be negated if wage rates

3 to 2 action does not eliminate whether or not one Inhales and whether 12,000 word LAWRENCEa start running away and wag

the Winter Haven site The golf not it Is address H Fowler costs are materially '
or a cigarette, cigar or pipe by Henry augment-
links still may emerge as the best of The National Fire Protection Asso- undersecretary of ,the treas- ed.

the lot; and if it does, the School ciation reports that Letween 1955 and ury, delivered here the other
Board should accept it and build the MR. FOWLER SPEAKS of
1960, smoking and matches were responsible day to the annual conferenceof the past inability of businessto

college there. for 25.8 per cent of the fires the tax executives Institute Increase its investment in

On the other hand, the Board does in seasonal hotels, 42.3 per cent in deserves attention ai new plant or equipment and

have an obligation to examine in the year-round hotels.percentages a perhaps the most comprehensive concedes that "corporate profits .
defense of the admin-
.' after taxes, even after the
most minute detail each proposed site similar for
were apart- istration's tax policies that early expansion of 1961, remain
from the points-of-view of central location ments, dormitories, homes and hos- k has yet been made by anyone. below former levels asa

transportation of students, suit- pitals. Mr. Fowler says that "new per cent of Investment capi. I

ability of the terrain for campus con- An earlier survey by the Public currents that have emergedIn tal, of sales, or of the corporate .
the last two years mark a portion of our
struction and the nearness of recrea- Health gross
Service showed that 21 out turning point in national tax national product."

tional and cultural facilities.A of every 100 deaths in fires were policy." He sees this as a Although Mr Fowler does.

badly located college caused If stimulus to the "private enterprise n't them
junior by smoking.To ... ... spell out, he declares -
would invite trouble in future growth. smoke or not, to smoke is nota sector" and empha that tax policy must
That is true in fast- matter at all sizes the role of the govern be related "to other Instruments .
particularly a private
ment "in promoting maximum to meet the ever-chang.

Voice of the People purchasing employment power", production as sequelto and ing conditions that will affect.

the employment act of 1946. "

. Mistaken Feminine ImageSpring 'j The undersecretary refers NatfQ1ral. llarn
This Is The Ledger's Opinion Page **"**"" casually to "the defects that ",

is a fitting time to pay less service to the community and to remain He quotes approvingly

tribute to the fair sex by passing on the nation. nit editorial, page *M.n the .",,.,,,'. .*" pinleni .n mttttrt .f current InftrtH In the the late from President the utterances Kennedyand of open a free world economy In which In the we type live of"

some remarks made a few weeks ago Nor. is woman's work limited to tJltrl &...... It wtlcemn the ." ...1.... .* n.4.n In the Veic of the Noplt Column L....... mutt President Johnson con- He Is very general in his discussion

volunteer services. Mrs. Louchheim 1. eland end b.., ii'. writ,'. .....,**!, out ..."' .. will t. withhold, upon roquotr. A lottor ikould. not cerning their "conscientious of "monetary and debt
by Mrs. Katie Louchheim of the State
herself is an example of the many .ac.... 250 wordi, ... poetry ce..... bo ..... Tho Ledger ....r... tho right to reject ..y !loner Of earnest attempts to reduce management policies," which

Department.As women in business, politics, govern- ......... It. Oplnioni columnntt cod other contributor, oppeor .1........ on thri ..... government expenditures" are indeed vitally affected by
for would like the international flow of goods
deputy assistant secretary Mr. Fowler to
ment. the latter she
says and
have the public believe that money. He recognizes,
services Mrs.
community advisory offers almost limitless opportunitiesto A DefinitionOf are "letting our country Why Did States'Righters the new tax law and the incidentally that unemnjoy-
Louchheim has been in a position to women.In down" through more and changes enacted in 1962 on de ment has not been cured and

note the surprise of foreign visitors the State Department alone, 7' PatriotismEDITOR more government control-socialism Wait? preciation allowances for corporations that, with the growth of pop.
-communism? ulation, there will be need for
when they encounter the American were not intended
per cent of the 5,000 members of the
woman in her natural habitat. : Webster's International Who are the patriots today EDITOR: Suddenly there are as "quickie" tax measures more job creation.
Foreign Service are women. There are Dictionary defines pa- Those concerned and dedicated great numbers of citizens taking taken on the spur of the mo- The undersecretary Is en-
"Before they come to the United two women deputy assistant secretaries triotism as: Love of country; Americans who are fight- an Interest in .tat s' ment "to meet a temporaryor thusiastic In his belief that the

States," says Mrs. Louchheim, "they and three women in the impor- devotion to the welfare of Ing socialism communismfrom rights. It's a convenient way passing situation" He feels new tax laws "have already

have a mental image of the American tant post of office director. Of only one's country; the virtues and within and without men of hiding the real Issue, whichIs justified apparently in describ- provided an Important psychological
in Idleness but actions of a patriot. A former like Dan Smoot, Tom Anderson moral and constitutional, ing them as broad-gauged laws thrust" but adds
woman living pushing six ambassadors is
career one a woman. the late Frank and have realistically that "a
President of the United Hanighen not political. designed to lasting ef healthy
tons to activate her innumerable elec- States, Teddy Roosevelt of- the late General MacArthurand The Civil Rights Bill would fects. But he fails to give economic recovery and growth

tric servants. IN 1963, there were 29 counselorsor fered the following definition: many others who are con- not require one to integrate equal attention to the factorsin depends heavily upon the con-

"Instead, they find her out ringing first secretaries of embassies, 22 "Patriotism mean to stand bya sidered "corny flag wavers his private dwelling; that is, a the national economy which fidence, initiative, Incentive,
country. It does not mean and extremists! duplex or a boarding house. have made previous tax rates optimism and industry of the
doorbells to raise money for the United second secretaries and 60 third secretaries to stand by the President or This reminds me of "the displaced '\Those in I the business of serv- "too high for healthy economic private citizen and the private

Fund, the Heart Drive, the Lighthouse.She any other public official, save person" who so' aptly''' I,ing the public should not be' growth.". business sector."

sits on the boards of community "Americ,!) women," says Mrs exactly to the degree in whichhe said: I am a native American; in business unless they are
organizations. She carries trays in hospitals Louchheim, "are" living and working himself stands by the country I never left my country, my: willing to accommodate the WHAT IS OVERLOOKED is A LACK OF "confidence"unfortunately 1
: It ,left mel I public and not just their ensues however :
exercises is Patriotic: to support country that tax rates by themselves
children all
handicapped ova the globe as Foreign Service
I him Insofar as he efficientlyserves friends or those aesthetically are not the primary reason when the administration,i\
in clinics . officers, as Peace Corps volunteers, as the country. It is un- ULLIAN K, HUTCHINSONIf attractive to them.If for economic troubles. High in the midst of its new,found]

AID technical experts, as the wives of patriotic not to oppose him to citizens want to preserve tax rates in business are not affinity for private business,,
"THE COMMUNITY'S: welfare activities technical advisers or Foreign Service the, exact extent that by in- You Don't their states' rights so des- hard to take if the volume of comes out, as it did recently!
perately-and I that in favor of double for)
agree they pay
efficiency or otherwise he failsin sales is substantially Increased -
depend on her: It has been estimated officers ? should be preserved-why wait overtime and, except for token "t
his duty to stand by the Vote Don't or the profit margin is
that the hours of work freely "For today's American woman, the country." GripeEDITOR until now to let it be known? moved up considerably, thus reductions in current ex-j,

'given by our women volunteers would community is not only her town, her With those definitions In : Hello, voters The Republicans are the traditional permitting wage increases as penditures which are de-,

:cost many millions of dollars if they city or even her nation. Her commun- mind, let us all pause and reflect Well, it is about time you is the South states'so rightists solidly Demo-Why productivity is Improved. does signed not to make headlines

had to be paid for. They are a price ity is the world." upon a few of the great show what you stand for If cratic? Let'i vent our anger Perhaps most salutary is tbeunder.ecretary's $S billion deficit for next]
patriots: Paul Revere Na- you don't like your car tag about federal control on the state ment '\
than Hale, Patrick Henry, tax raise, leave those happy Medicare bill, or aid to edu- that the administration in proposing year
Benjamin Franklin, George boys who voted for it at home. Already the total deficits'accumulated )
cation and tax changes realized
give to our Negro
of the
. A For The ChairmanA Washington and Thomas Jefferson You know them. friends only what they are en- that national growth cannotbe last in amount five out to $31.Tr;
Question Their basic ideas of Oh, don't forget about the titled to under the Constitution achieved "by a massive six years
loving and milk fixers. I'm talking now billion. How long can "confi-t i idente"
standing by the
and under the highest increase in federal spendingwell
memorandum to Senator Everett deliberations such codeof welfare of our to the old people, and to last and the purchas.Jing ;
: from your no country were law, that of Judaic-Chriatlan beyond the necessities of of the dollar b*
mothers with children. power |
,Jordan and his colleagues investigating ethics. In fact you, Senator Jordan, individual freedom, liberty and When we get to these BigBoys ethics. mounting defense and space kept from further declines ih
took pains to deny vehemently that the responsibility with limited government who feel The Issues are being side costa" But, by the same spending-largely!
the Robert G.: Baker they own the government
case: under the Constitution tracked
by pleas to "read all token, it be said
Democratic majority had drafted evena state, let them stay home. may by way for political reasons con-
It's been six months, gentlemen, This way they can be madeto the bill. With enough mis- of warning that financial stability tines and labor leaden;
suggested code. What does patriotism interpretation
mean and sentences will be
not 'achieved
,since it ordered to believe that the consumer by threaten big strikes unless
was recommend to
The believes that and today to freedom-loving Americans out of context, of ,
Ledger you, has some rights any piece continuous deficits and by a increases are granted tat,
the Senate "at the ? Basically, it means writing can be twisted to suit wage
earliest, practicableday" the overwhelming majority of sena- And voter, If you don'ttrouble refusal to face up to the real this year of supposed afflaj;
the the
same, I am surel What reader's needs In this
; a new set of regulations to pre tors, are honorable men who had no does it mean to the majoritywho yourself to go to the case his need is to nurture them causes the of inflation and, among ence? These are the unanswered :

,vent recurrences of the Bobby Baker part in this scandal which involvedthe keep vpting for and approving polls stuck.don't grumble when you bate spirals. wage price questions in the ad-!
get ministration's analysis *
affair, Involving alleged influence in a Senate secretary Why, then, are of politicians not patriots MR. AND MRS. Almost no attention Is given of an economy "stimulat-,
(vast network of outside business deal- you so timid about making some who year after year A VOTER JAMES M. SAWYERS in this admirable address ed" by a tax cut.

lings.The ground rules for avoiding future con-

American people have seen flicts of interest?

German Sub And An Economic Milestone I

- - - - - -
. But Who'll
By RALPH McGILL and the sinking of the Lusitania chemical and dye Industry war. But It
was a nation dyes. In 1856 an Englishman
Publisher of the In August, with tragic than anywhere else. Few people starved for chemicals
It seems to us there is entirely too tion courses. That sort of training fit Atlanta ConstitutionOn loss of life, did much to harden today recall the visit of dyes. The largest hosiery mill and' discovered a process for make

,much emphasis in the public schoolson students for happy and useful livesin July 9, 1918, a daring, sentiment against her. the underwater craft, converted in the country had but half a ing a dye from coal tars.

"leadership. That quality is ex- the trades and business world.It astonishing German submarine temporarily into a mer- barrel of dye, with hundreds of But it was Germany that
moved up the Harbor at THAT FIRST CARGO was chant vessel. The duPont corn thousands of took this lead and built on It.
alted constantly as the most desirable ought to be obvious to school stockings waiting
Norfolk, then valued at $1 million. It .
proceeded to contained pany, in a later article titled to be dyed. Textile
trait of all. As a natural and logical people, and to intelligent parents, that Baltimore and docked. Her 3,0X2 wooden boxes "The Autobiography of an discussing old formulas journalswere By 1900 there were six German

result, young people who do not haveit every boy who enters the business cargo was dyes packed with 500 tons of dyes American Enterprise," speaks for extraction of dyes from dye firms employingmore
inferior and chemicals The November shipments were frankly and revealingly of that tree bark. than 300 research chem-
begin to feel and inadequate. arena cannot end up as president ofa The nation, soon to
It theDeutschland. valued at $10 million and both almost engineers
was period. It is described as become the ists and as many
We're happy to note that Florida corporation. As the saying greatest world
goes, society -
were snapped up by eager buy "Science Sahara" "The power, did not have a chemi- and technologists,
educators generally are broadeningthe needs its chiefs, but the chiefs The voyage era.The Deutschland and what it stood cal history. some 18,000 workers. Both

school scope to include more vo- won't get much done if there aren't a was one of the Deutchland's two jour for shocked the nation." England and America were,

,cational technical, and adult educa few Indians around, too. spectacularevents r I r neys' are most significant in When the Deutschland arrived BRITAIN HD LED' the for some reason content to
of that the history of the American this country was not as world for centuries with indigo buy what they required.
first great German know-how in this
world war, toward field Coal tat
was a war asset.
LAKELAND LEDGER which a, d v derivatives also produced new
events were high explosives. Here, also
moving country.I The this McGILL Potomac FeverBy Germany led the world and

was encouraged to go to war
Polk re.INNN. IONN MARRI.ON., .Vr. .. audacity the submarine'scommander because of this advantage
Imperial County e.e+L euvr NAMM ar. and excitedthe
u"w le tMMlTT .lTe. JAyWorld's Coal tar derivative research
Citrus Center '- ,' .A""I'N_." ....u'ron D" ton.0. eNAR POWaLL.[. nation, appealing especially FLETCHER KNEBEL produced, too, synthetic per-
T" ......
llY NUNTAuelterl CI..u'.b.. 101.'CM..D......' H..N.Y to a then very considerable Polls show Robert Kennedy is a heavy favorite of Democrats for vice-presi fumes and medicines. During
aAlllY, IrNueNRn MenNer. pro-German sentiment. The dent. They figure he'd run well in the the
officers North and draw so much fire in the South First World War novocain
and crew were freed that Johnson might sneak in unnoticed. which only the Germans could
and lionized. It was the first
: The LEDGER'S telephones: All D.partments-686-1151 of two voyages. The Deutch- make sold for $1,600 per
land returned again on November Recent presidential surveys show Dick, Nixon lagging; behind. Poor Dick. pound. Only Europeans of
how out
; I, discharging He can't even break the habit of nitrogen
suisciurnoN RATES a sec- losing by not running
the air. We stil! were tied! to
ond cargo at New London,
5 HOMI PtllVtKYt Chilean nitrates for explosivesand

:: Oi.. ,.., .. .. . It. S21.40 On. month ... .., S 1.95 Connecticut.midday and, She submerging departed well at fence.President LBJ's ballad Johnson of shakes the Texas hands range with: "Don't tourists Fence through Me In.the" White House iodine fertilizers.cost $S a pound.In peacetime In war

Sit months . . .. . $11.70 W..k . . . . .. .. $ ..45On outside Allied the harbor ships, again lying escaped in- *. *' '.' , ,It was almost unobtainable at

': Tkr. month $ ,.., "t.r. ky m.11!l ." . $2 .00 wait for her and returned lately It's true man Innnted the wheel, but It was woman who first any price. Silk cost what the,
to Bremen. with the chassis, got prize Japanese said it was worth\

She,, was the only German -. Rubber was pegged by Britain
Published afternoons and on Saturday and Sunday morning by ship to reach our harbors dur- The war showed how fatal

Lakeland Newspaper Corp;, Lakeland, Florida 33802 ing that war. Britain's control Sick humor is on the wane in Europe. All Belgium's doctors are on strike this sort of situation could i be,

of the sea was absolute. Soon The Deutschland dramatizedIt.

thereafter Germany began unrestricted Cabot Lodge leads the Oregon polls for President. Not to be outdone Ala.bama' ... In 191S our people went to
submarine warfare Gov. Wallace leads the Milwaukee poles work creating our dynamic,
expanding economy.

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WASHINGTON I LAKELAND LEDGER, Wednesday, April 15, l Its" S

School Is OpenedBy Party_ Members Feel! Lodge Must Seek Nomination

I By JACK BELL ty members who will have t his tie to President But he added: "Lodge Is not answer questions on where he have to show he can take the
U. S. WASHINGTON (AP) Influential [voice In the choice of a nominee,policies In Viet 'mother Eisenhower, He Is stands If he
Communists i Republicans of all shades, disclosed nearly unanimous Nam JOhnson'1 goIng expects to get the/pace vigorous presidential I
of for the Senate in 1952 to have to come home and nomination. He's also going to campaigning."
; opinion believe primary victories opinion that the current boom - -- ._
--. ..I will not be enough and for Lodge will flatten out if he vice president in 1960 and what).

By FULTON LEWIS JR. schools scattered throughout Henry Cabot Lodge must cam remains ai U.S. Ambassador too many thought was his lack*,

WASHINGTON Leadersof the country Among them: paign personally if he wants t South Viet Nam until,convention [daislcal campaigning In 1960. I
the Communist to win the GOP
Party USA, Abraham try presidential time.
have unveiled a new institution Lincoln School nomination.A Foes Skeptical I
Chicago Lodge has said he Isn't a can I
of higher learning with Boston cross-section survey of par- didate for the nomination and Strategists for Sen. Barry, PIN-O-MATIC
offices at 20 East 30th School for Marxist
Street Goldwater R ,
can't participate In politics -Arlt and New
Studies Boston.Metropolitan ,
Draft Law while he serves as ambassador York Gov Nelson A. Rockefeller
City.i Music School, President Johnson said last regard it as Inconceivable that
Name of the New York. week that Lodge is playing a,Lodge could win the nomination

school American:Institute The. Walt Whitman School of Probe Is "very constructive role" In Viet from Saigon. They believe his' e ai STOP
Social Science Newark. Nam and is under no pressureto popularity would nose dive If he
Studies for Marxist ,1 ...' Pacific North west Labor PredictedWASHINGTON resign. came home and subjected himself :
School Seattle. to questioning on the Issues
Known in par. Joseph Weydemeyer Schoolof I Advisor Can't Say of. the day BACK-BREAKING

ty circles as Social Sciences St. Louis. (APA Irving Salomon= a close advlier Rep. Melvin R. Laird, R.Wls.,"
AIMS, thisorganization Sen. Karl Mundt, a special) congressman predicts the House e reported after talking to the named to head the platform' POWER LAWN RAKINGMOWER
is ist in subversion, says of the will soon launch a major hives ambassador on a recent Far committee for the July convention -;
Considered o f above institutions: tigation of the draft law and Eastern trip he can't say wheth In San Francisco, said hei

such importnee LEWIS "THESE OPEN schools are feature heavyweight champion er Lodge will resign by June, thinks Lodge will have to come With G.A.Engineered.
thatHerbert by no means the end of the Communist Cassius Clay as its star witness "but he cannot ethically be an home by May 15 if he expectsto I with the FIVE YEARWARRANTY :
. Aptheker, the party's menace in the educational The prediction came from ambassador and be involved In be the nominee. I ;;
official historian and editorof field. Rep. William G. Bray, R-Ind., politics" A former Republican national
Instead, '
its theoretical organ Political but a beginning. they are who told a newsman: I Lodge's current front-running chairman, who didn't want to: AOAINIT ClANKlHArT SENDING -

Affairs, has been assignedto gifted (and willing)Especially students "I think the Selective Service,status In national polls and his be quoted byname summed up, GRASSWE
work full time In setting it from these schools are chosen made a mistake In' rejecting prospect of topping other candi Lodge's appeal this way: "This' 0'
up.J. by local party committees to Cassius Clay. Im not sure what dates In the May U: Oregon primary i is the guy who Is least undesirable SELL MORE CATCHERSQUALITY
P. Morray a graduateof enter hardcore the devil you could do with him. are attributed to various to the voters at this point.
the United States Naval schools. specialist But I think the Army could actors. One Often mentioned Is They are disenchanted with everybody MOWERS Ir I ,

Academy has lent his nameto "At one time, [have found a place for him" hat of voter dissatisfaction with else. .1
the school as a founding these chosen few ago The Army had said Clay was other presidential aspirants. BECAUSE WE GIVE i
went to Mos I
sponsor. He left the University\ cow for their training. Now I rejected after he failed to pass The surge for Lodge also Is
of California in 1961 for Cuba they are sent to Inner schools mental tests credited to his experience In the ELECT THESE SERVICES . .
where he taught at the University that operate In this country Hopes For Probe foreign affairs field his remembered .-.;)

of Havana. He has most of them in secrecy. District Bray, who Is the ranking Republican television Image as a
been openly sympathetic to regional and international member of the House tough opponent of communismas JOSEPH F.
the Castro revolution and training Armed Services subcommitteeon U.S. ambassador to the Unit-
spelled out his ideas in the level courses run at anywhere an advanced personnel said he was not: ed Nations and his lack of in EBEE

official Cuban government from one month to two years." ,sure just which congressmen volvement in current GOP bick- SEDMERACOUNTY
publication, Bohemia, on October The inner school studentspay 'would do the investigating. ering over conservative and n
8, 1961, as follows: moderate views fllCC t t
no tuition, according to I He said he was hoping to
"The Cuban revolution has John Lautner a former top- persuade his subcommittee to _Listed Lodge liabilities Include
brought forth methods of its ranking Communist who has do it. He said there also wasa \

own socialism In the can manner be arrived whereby at. been a key witness in several possibility that a joint com I Income Tax COMMISSIONERDISTRICT :
government prosecutions of mittee, made up"of members of
At the same time, it demonstrates .
leaders. the Armed Services and Education Deadline
party The
Today 5
that the postulates of takes care of expenses party at the and Labor committees, 1)) Assembled, Serviced
Marxism are Indisputable inner school while would do the job .' r 'tC Gassed and Oiled
scientific and social truths. student (AP) Midnight MOWERS PRICED
prepares for his role In any case Bray said he is the deadline
"I WISH to let It be known asa tonight for 2)) Delivered to Your Homo
that In subversive In government, was confident that some subcommittee filing 1963 federal income tax FROM $38.88
revolution my is opinion of the Cuban education, private life, or some or committee would returns. 3)) Instruction and Demonstrated
universal im
Important phase of American open an investigation soon and Judging from last year the On Your Lawn
portance I believe that it will
call witness.
life Clay as a Internal Revenue Servicemenand
kindle and capture the enthus- There official 4)) 8 Hr. Checkup, Oil
Inner school students undergo was no confirmation machines will process Change,
iasm United of the masses of the constant surveillance and however of any com more than 62: million individual Blade Sharpened In Our Shop
States because the revolution's . self-criticism to test their devotion mittee plans. Rep. F. Edward returns before completing the
5)) 1 Year
Guarantee On
great accomplishments Ports
Hebert, D La. chairman
to the cause and to find oBray's task. i I
cannot"be hidden from their possible breaking point subcommittee said "I II I and Labor Against Defects FREE PARKING
them forever, don't know anything about it. In Material and Workmanship
It's a hardening process that Istanbul Is the largest city In
Less than a mile from Morray's -
Max Eastman has called a Turkey. I South Side of Bldg.
little red school house MEMBER NAMEDTALLAHASSEE Ph. MU 6.3333
"sickening discipline in lies Across From Post Office
is another party operation, the cruelty crime and self-abase (AP) Gov
New York School for Marxist ment." Farris Bryant appointed N Earl HEMORRHOIDS I
Studies. This (is simply the Jones of Tltusville today to the, Serloltlf' Lnkelaml tint! Ioik 01111(11 JI YenrlGable

Jefferson School-which shut SUPER SCOOPERTo Florida Board of Parks and Historical Fissures, Fistulas and
its doors in 1956 under a fight forest fires from the Memorials, succeedingMrs. other Rectal Diseases /

new name. The Jefferson I air, amphibian aircraft in Northern Kathryn Abby Hanna of successfully treated by
School had been cited by the I Canada dump in one Winter Park. NON-SURGICAU
Attorney General to be a I swoop, up to 8,000 gallons methods.NO .
Communist operation, and it ,water on the scene of the fir ate MOVED TO
dissolved rather than register LOSS OF TIME
Storing the water in
fuselage 118 W. LEMON ST. Sidmtr knew that Path County
with him the
as required.by
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Internal Security Act of 1950. DR. EARLE RABB li rtody for a "Moilor Plon" I
The House UnAmerican Activities I I the cast water iron In 14 nozzle seconds, to scoopup while lanier Upshaw, CLINIC N.D.PH for its lets,.. Auto Electric TV A Appliance Company
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<___LAKELAND_ _LEDGER.: ._Wednesday,,April IS.,1M< ; McNamaraHits -- Sen. Smith Makes Strong .1
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I ; 'T foI- I Showing In Illinois Vote
i'.tljjjj fkil Back a
...fl'l"h h.. \; .. ,. ..

I'W. aAsp::, r' : I in Illinois. The triumph In addition bower, running against two opponents |
-tj' DRt ,
>-.. *" ; ... > i .. : IJJ11 ;, ..." ... ." At LeMayfirm gave him a position of In the 1956 primary,
influence among delegates to compiled 95 per cent of the

, . .. . .\ -, ._ ,' _ . ,[ nor deny whether McNa 1 J the party' national conventionin preference vote. The late Sen.
Robert A. Taft of Ohio, competing
mara bad Initiated the statement July
Temperatures- In Florida And Around The Nation which was issued in the ,,' "I'm going to cast my dele-vote the ballot against and three two entrants write-in op.on
I of the
STATION H. LI'Cincinnati ............ 70 36 New Orleans ......... 70 57 name of the Defense Department : .",.: : with the ponents gathered 74 per cent in

Miami ............... 83 75 Cleveland ............ n 3S ,New York ........... 5J 52 ;' 1952
Key West ............ M 741,Denver ............... fi8 38 Omaha .............. 60 44 But they said it would notFrotri .i/ \p', : . .Ql1f' : Separate small groups sought
LAKELAND .......... 85 68''Des Moines .......... 60 44 Philadelphia .......... 63 58 ,iftt. :""" 'L' " lttlPag.. write-ins for President Johnsonand

Ocala ................ 88 62 Detroit ............... M 42 Pittsburgh ........... 68 45! ;,;': 'i' Atty. Gen. Robert F. Kennedy .

Orlando .............. 88 85 F.lrbanks ............ 14 .11 St. Louis ............. 68 38 'I j' ;" > and I must concede right for vice president
Pensacola ........... 70 62 Fort Worth .......... 77 48 ,San Francisco ....... 82 58 Pafe Oirlr \ i gates Goidwater delegjUon. Returns from 1,834 precincts
Tallahassee .......... 70 60 Honolulu ............. 81 70 'Seattle ............... 52 43Washington now"it ls a stated. gave Johnson 22437 and Kennedy

Tampa .............. 88 66 Indianapolis ......... 65 40 .......... 68 $9! have out "without the Percy of the preference 363 and Gov. George C.
W Palm Beach ..... 84 7} Juneau .............. 40 29 Montreal............ 61 46 come approval The result dele- Wallace of Alabama 116.
Kansas City .......... 1-4 46l.oa 'Toronto .... .... 67 37 or knowledge of the eec- i, C primary is not binding on. The Democrats had no major

Atlanta ............... 63 S3 Angela .......... .5/ 68 ::.:::. retary." .; gates.Goldwater. commented in contests factor in the relatively

Boston .........:..... 60 50 Memphis ............ 73 4S BAROMETER And this approval and knowledge :i,: I the outcome light turnout of voters
Charleston ........... 76 62 Milwaukee ........... 5S 30 7 am.-30 would have applied its Washington that be
to 1964 can
Chicago .............. 62 U1 Mpls-St. Paul ........ 51 :tt 1 p.m. Tuesday 30.11 demonstrates that "
contents-more specific intelligence : i year of victory for our party.
Information about relative ,, , Goidwater, coming through Alfred Board

rot a s t+ rt y. Y r' : M Jt .k U.S-Soviet strengths than . Midwest ahead in called his first upon test all in members the- To Enforce '

is normally allowed out by the .
"to unite to
of the party
r 1 Pentagon. ". work for the election of Republican : Dog Ordinance

.Thjrrj/; Asked why this data was being candidates everywhere, I
4 released now, a spokesman! from the state" house to the commission announced in its

said. These decisions are madein KESIARCH fHOCHtSJ Dr. I,,.. T, S".., .du.1..1......' White Returns House.from 7.672 of the Monday night meeting that

government from time to .f Af.rk.lr.r.1 RnMrck ferric., u.s. Dy.rr...*. .> .*.'...... state's 10.256 precincts gave city dog control will be more

time." Wnkiiigr.il. tolh l*.
Data Disclosed] ._..! ltttkk.U. WMtlMl ., Fiddle. Gtnrl Pn4lKtlMH Credit 129.669 Lodge 26,545. Nixon 14. dog nuisance statutes will be

-ietiett M Lo./.r5 ,....,..., .f the pprea ASS Ie t..kio5I. 373. Gov. Nelson A. Rockefellerof enforced.
To support its declaration that Itt M..Swi..ti.e .. ... ..< fc.,,......t .. v.rirt.1 e0weahcks. / New York 1,208, Gov. George This came after numerousprotests
our superiority "has been increasing . Pratt) of Michigan 275. Gov. by citizens
(I.Lid. r n> t by Romney said City Manager Don Harts-
and we intend that it William W. Scranton: of Pennsylvania
field, of nuisance dogs run
r,31 .-i_.., shall continue to increase," the Holland Credited With 992, and Harold E. ning loose. It's not illegal In
*AIRi Pentagon disclosed that: Stassen 44. Lake Alfred for dogs to run
A WAIM -The' United States has 540strategic I Lodge won on write-ins-33,521 I he said but
.... at large a signed
i /aw bombers constantly on Helping To Quadruple ,of them-in New Hampshire, warrant complaint by a cm-
t alert and that the Soviets "could where Mrs. Smith counted 2,812on
r r.r.r. I I zen can cause a dog to be
,place over this country, on two- the ballot I impounded.
.. c. ., p. missions USDA Appropriation I Returns from 8,126 precinctsfor ,
.aa..10e *.t30.r.100trw way no more than In other matters, a public
-....- tlsrera.r... a o Qr..rrrr 270 bombers, Including 150 - the nomination for governor hearing on a request by J, M
mediums that could hit only By DAVE PRATT hand picking. Economic and gave Percy 368,827 and Scott: Housefield to rezone 68 lots in
Alaska, and the U.s. Northwest. Ledger Staff Writer I marketing research probes such 223124. Highland Subdivision from R.1

... \\1'.. .. -The Air Force has about 750 KISSIMMEE government methods u shipping fruit and I President Dwight D. Elsen- to R-2 was heard but will
6II intercontinental ballistic missiles official said here yesterday that vegetables by \tow-cost: "piggy not be acted on until next

ready to launch while the since 1946 the total federal ap- backing" of truck trailers Soviets AccusedOf meeting.

Soviets have I less than one- propriation for the U.S. Depart- abroad. I Two rezoning requests in
P.ttly e.......' ,"ie.. wi4.'ly *."...d "' _.n .n4 ...... teM.t..... wen In iron for FI.n. .- fourth that number in operation.That ment of Agriculture and for the 8,83 Loans Made : Rochelle Terrace Subdivisionwere

<. te4.,. T_"..", ... were '....4 70)rMifkt. would be fewer than 187. Agricultural Research Servicein I Campaigning I denied: request by John

a.iII.." ynt,"' .|' Hrlt4 2.17 "'e".t ,...c.... -. *.... .1 >.....n ,....;.... -"We have 192 Polaris missiles Florida has more than quad- Florida Association Citrus i earned Production$207- I Terdik for rezoning from R-IA

t"...|..... tk.. ml .1 .... .. *., but wMtti..r 5.....u, ... hh..d dry. (AP Wlnpk.f) deployed; the Soviets have rupled. '693 Credit in 1963 that was distributedto Against Judaism to C-2 the south 25 feet of Lot

substantially fewer subraarine- Dr. Byron T. Shaw administrator members, added to the surplus 3 and all Lot 4, and requestby
launched ballistic missiles In' of the USDA's Agricultural I Mr. and Mrs. Harrison H.
fund and added to the reserve -
Weathercast operation." Research Service creditedSen. for bad debt losses A. H LONDON (AP-A West European Keighley to rezone from R.1A

a I -U.S. Polaris submarines are Spessard L Holland's efforts -Whitmore, general manager of Socialist study group accused to C-l all Lot 1 and the north
Lakeland's skies will continue L301000 the Soviet government today 25 feet of Lot 2. Block 6.
j all nuclear-powered; only a as a member of the Senate the association, told I stock
be cloudy through tomorrow ..... of "an Minimum floor
to partly small percentage of Soviet missile Agricultural Appropriations holders. unprecedented campaign area requirements
but temperatures will Polaris against Judaism" that remain unchanged following
are I Committee for the continuing ex
S, be not quite as warm weathermen missiles can be fired from passion of agricultural: research I In its 30 years of existence. has led to closure of 75 per cent advice of city attorney

said today. There is a ZONE: FORECASTS | under water; the Soviet missilescan't. stations in Florida and for successful Whitmore said Florida CPCA of the synagogues in sevenyears. Henry Jollay. who said city
had made loans
chance of a few showers this A: Becoming partly cloudy tonight Each U.S. Polaris rocket research programs that 102,955,183 8.828 and has lost totalling only ordinances would have to be
afternoon they added. The committee said a year's overhauled in order to
and Thursday. Mild tem. :4f\ has at I least a 1,500-mile range; have stamped out such pests as 8,488[ because of bad loans. I upgrade
winds will blow at study showed that Jews in theSoviet requirements The situation
Northerly Low tonight 56 to 64. the Soviet missiles l less than 500 the screwworm. Members own $2,023,595 in stock ,
8 to 16 miles an hour today, peratures. Union are subject to remains a moot question
diminishing to 4 to I miles an B-C-D: Partly cloudy through \ Strength Favors U. S. Holland Absent with accumulated earnings of severe discrimination I said HsrtsfielLQbttuartc
$625.434 The Association also
hour tonight and becoming Thursday Low tonight 55 to 60. ::: As for relative bomber Shaw spoke before a crowd of added 136 new members In 1963

northeasterly at 8 to 16 milesan E.F.G-H-I: Partly cloudy strength since 1961. the Pentagon about 500 at the 30th annual 'for a total roster of 1,187.
hour tomorrow.The through Thursday. Low tonightIn statement suggested this stockholders meeting of the Florida I ILAc
Directors Griffinof
maximum temperaturehere the sixties. Variable winds 5 favors[ the United Slates-that Citrus Production Credit Association Eugene F.
yesterday was 83 degrees, to 15 miles per hour. H the U.S. bomber force on com- at the Tupperware Au- Bartow. J. J, Parrish Jr.
this morning was from of Titusville and F. Earl Peppercorn
the minimum JKPartly cloudy through bat alert has increased ditorium here.
66 and rain fell at t the Soviet of Orlando' were reelected J.SLOAN _' RITES FOR
degrees no Thursday. Low tonight 70 to 75. -- less than 500 then while The senator from Bartow had
the city hall weather station. bomber force has stayed been to attend the : tothe, seven-man board. l Lacy. J, Etoan.M.T' >f,247 North MR. BLOODWORTH
Florida Five Day Forecast announced Iowa died* .t' tftelandG
Peppercorn ,
... about the same. meeting as a luncheon guest but organization today Funeral services for Grover
Residents Temperatures will averagetwo libtphll Both sides had only about "a was unable to get away from is now permitted to n ral Hospital1 He was a na Bloodworth longtime principalof
Haven to five degrees above nor in the extreme south Minor day handful of intercontinental ballistic Washington where Congress continues make loans for any agricultural tive of Polk County and a retired Lake Morton Elementary

mal during the five day period Ito day temperature changes arc I missiles or submarine- to debate the civil rights purpose. long as the borrower desk sergeant for the Lakeland School: who died Monday were

Urged To Pay ending Monday. The normal:'orecast' The prediction calls I launched missiles deployed" bill, according to Attorney War Is a citrus grower, Police Department Mr. Sloan held yesterday at the First
high ranges from 79 to 84. The for widely scattered showers occurring ., back in January 1961. the Pentagon ren E. Hall member of Hol.land' was a member of the First Baptist Methodist Church with the Rev.
normal low ranges from the 50s' most anytime duringthe said. Church. '
Fire ServiceFee Bartow law firm. Caxton Doggett and the Rev
in the extreme north to the 70s period.Brazillnaugurafes. The implication here was that Dickinson He is survived by one son, Wilton Carter officiating Burial
Florida Citrus I Production
the Kennety y Lakeland
about Sloan
both sides started at ;
was in Oak Hill Burial Park.
WINTER HAVEN A fire same place three years ago and Credit I Association presented' three grandchildren and three
that destroyed a house and New that the United States has vault- Hall. In behalf of Sen. Holland, Vows Fight great.grandchildren. Organ selections were pre

threatened to spread in the ed ahead, not slowed down. an oil painting of modern Orlando Funeral services will be held sented by Mrs. Donald Ham-

Palm Drive NE area Monday LeMay testified before s to replace the scene ol On Crimewhen tomorrow morning at 10 o'clockat street. Pallbearers were Preston -
afternoon is beginning to put President Bronco Today House ,Appropriations subcommittee early Orlando now hanging in the Gentry.Morrison Funeral Cook, John Sergeant Jack

the heat on area residents to in late February. That l!Sen. Holland's Washington of Chapel. Burial will be in Lake- Darracott, Dwight Goleman, J.
pay their city fire taxes BRASILIA Brazil (AP) A I Interim President PaschoaRameri was before a decision was madeto fice. there will be Junior colleges view Cemetery Friends may: i. Taylor and George P Brant-
The area Is outside of city new chapter, possibly one of the Mazzilli, the Chamberof extend his tenure as Air I' Shaw traced progress In agricultural -I available for all the state call from 7 to 9 o'clock this icy Jr. Dukes-Steen Funeral

protection because residents most significant in Brazil's recent Deputies president who succeeded Force chief of staff seven research In Florida during John Mathews of Jacksonvillisaid evening at the funeral home I Home was in charge of arrange

had previously voted down the political history opens today warned months beyond the July 1 ex- his speech. the promises of Dickinson ments.

paying of a $12-a>'ear fire with the inauguration of Goulart in a piration date of his present I Credit Given .- ARCH MALCOLM HUGHES
Gen. Humberot Castello Branco broadcast Tuesday night that term. I > Arch Malcolm Hughes, 80, ol71J DR. JOHN L. CORNYAUBURNDALE

tax.City firemen had to obtain as president :Brazil's deficit for 1964 will total McNamara's associates insist senior He specifically senator with credited funds the I Jff t t>n" Rushing Ave. died yesterday -Dr. John L

permission from City ManagerC How strong a hand the military 15 trillion cruz ir0t-U33.3 mil relations between the two men in 1957 that resulted getting in con ,,,,,,. in a local nursing home. Corny. 87, of the Ariana Hotel,
C. Ryan to fight the fire, will take in running the lion at the current exchange are cordial. But there is a struction of USDA's Fruit and I He was a native of Georgia and died yesterday He was a nativeof
but the city may not care to country and the prospects for strong belief the decision to extend In Winter and Kelly to reduce the cost ot f! moved here in 1921 from Mt. Toledo. Ohio and had livedin
Vegetable Laboratory -
set a precedent. in fairness political peace should be determined rate. LeMay until Feb. 1 was Haven where successful experiments automobile tags would mean the I Vernon Ga. He was a retired Auburndale for one year,
to city residents who do pay during the 21 months the chiefly that of President John- in fabricating a dehydrated money must come from som their fire taxes. 64-year-old former army chief of citrus powder have other source. Kentucky Avenue Presbyterian burg. He was a retired doctorin

House DamagedWhat staff heads the Interim government Dances Slated been carried out and with get "There would have to be another Church the Masonic Lodge No. Toledo.He .
son.Rail ting Congress to appropriate\ tax substituted and I a I 91. F.I.A.M.. the Sunmland Rom is survived by three daugh-
may have been a Electors PromisedThe Lakeland Talks (250,000 to expand and modern-, convinced it would be an extended beccas and O.E.S. ten: Mrs. V. W. Brinkerhoff\ ,
grease fire raced through the By je the Olustee Naval Stores sales tax," Mathews said He is survived by his widow,, Clermont, Mrs. Donald Harris,
house of Robert Harris 2562 military leaders of the Laboratory in Olustee. I "That was being advocated bj: Mrs. Ora W. Hughes; seven and Mrs. Ray McFarland. both

Palm Drive NE. destroying anti-Communist coup that overthrew Youth BoardThe Report Due Agricultural research In pest some at the last session of the. nephews and three nieces. of Toledo; one son, John Corny
and causing an estimated President Joao Goulart control. Shaw .said has enabled Legislature and I believe i It, Funeral services will be held Jr., Bryan Ohio; one brother,
$1.500 scorch and blister dam have promised elections for a Lakeland Youth Advisory Florida to wipe out the Medi- would have passed had not the<: Friday afternoon at 3:30: o'clock Anthony Corny Toledo; five
age to an adjoining house new president In October 1965, dances To LBJ Todaywere terranean fruit fly. screwworm money been raised on the tags'; at the Gentry-Morrison Funeral grandchildren<
Board will
owned by Milledge Dupree. when Goulart'i successor would this weekend sponsor with proceeds to melon fly and Oriental fruit fly Haydon Burns of Jacksonville Chapel. Burial will be in Oak Services and burial will be In
2558 Palm Drive. The value have been chosen. to meet In Joint session at of1 ; Hill Burial Park. Friends Clermont Local arrangementsare
be donated to the District III through a program setting said that he as governor woul d may
of the Harris house was estimated There was a marked lack of Florida Recreation Association 9 a m... the White House said !loose sterile male flies for breed- seek the help of leaden in finance call at the funeral home from being directed by Kersey
at $6,000 \interest in non-official circles u Scholarship Fund. The emergency talks are to work with the government ': 7 until I o'clock tomorrow night. Funeral Home in Auburndale
Firemen concentrated qn authorities completed prepara aimed at achieving in 15 daysa ing.Agricultural Research Service in determining "the
the second dwelling to save tons for the inauguration The District III F. R. A settlement that the govern- plant and animal quarantine inspectors tinting need for con I I ADELL SANDERS MRS. ALICE STRANGE

it Chief Abner Lewis said. No flap or banners flew In Scholarship Fund .is used to ment, railroads and unions have on guard at Florida services and the best governmenta of financing Adell Sanders, 68, of 311 S LOUGHMAN Mrs Alice E
As a follow-up action. Chief Brasilia's business district Residents send two students from this borders and coasts are keeping them." way Ohio died Friday. She was a Strange, 70, of Highway 532
Lewis said a Winter Haven of the capital seemed to district to college. The students insects: from foreign countries member of Zion Primitive Baptist died at her home yesterday
minister, the Rev. W. J. go about their tasks totally indifferent are those \interested in lIJ at. '0", out under a stepped-up program He said that revision of thi Church. Survivors include morning. She was a native of
Isaac 544 Ave. T. NE has to the event. the field of recreation and they which Shaw said has removed I constitution was the only mean:s I daughter and several nieces and lames City and had made her
taken It upon himself to can- Basically Castello Branco's, must attend a school in the such plagues as rapid decline 01tnsteza of bringing balance to state financial nephews of Lakeland. home here since 1956 having

vass the neighborhood stumping regime U intended to provide a state offering a recreation cur failed to obtain la nearly five from the agriculturalscene. operations. moved here from the Lake Garfield .
for promises of paymentof transition from military back to rtculum. years of the dispute over wage ARS vigilance has also" RITES FOR MR. STRAIN Area. She was a memberof
the fire tax so the area civilian control. But his decisions ! The first dance will be Fri structure and working conditions eliminated swine cholera and King Hussein Funeral services for Hobson, the Loughman Baptist
can be included within city could chart the course of day night from 8 until 11 o'clockfor has expanded a program tc: L. Strain Sr., 65, who died Saturday Church.

protection. the ailing ratios I senior high school students Procedures Exhausted find a remedy for spreading decline Plans CypressGardens at a veterans' hospital She is survived by her bus

Chief Lewis said city ordinance The extent of military influence only at the Recreation Center All other procedures under the or nematodes. at Dublin. Ga, were held yesterday band Murphy Strange; a son

requires 100 per cent U expected to become apparent 203 N. Massachusetts Ave. Music law have been exhausted, and Measure StudiedTo Visit at the graveside In Edgar Jackson. Fort Myers; a

subscription to bring a sec early. The composition of will be furnished by Lanny and Johnson does not now have the' Roselawn cemetery, with the, step daughter, Mrs. Nancy
tion under city protection. Castello Branco's Cabinet also' The Empresswns. power to order a halt or a postponement I' prevent a recurrence ol CYPRESS GARDE SS .KIn6 Rev Caxton Doggett official Braxton, Lake Had Calif
should determine the degree of The second dance will be Saturday of a strike. the Mexican fruit fly, Shaw Hussein of Jordan is scheduled ing The services were con, three sisters Mrs. B. J. War
ultraconservative sentiment in night from 7 until 10 I The President won the 15-day said a project has been put to spend Sunday at Cypress ducted by Lakeland American, nock, Winter Haven Mrs. J. R
CAmE AUCTIONS the government o'clock for junior high schoolstudens postponement Just before some underway to check the northward Gardens State Department Legion Post 4.DukesSteen. Wiley. Daytona Beach. Mrs,
of the from
only at the Recreation I:200,000 engineers firemen spread fly officials are making se- Funeral Home Evelyn Cochran. Haines City
Veters Supported Goulart be furnishedby switchmen conductors and Latin America through a system curity was in
JACx5OWYULS IAPU > -.I a Center. Music win preparations for the charge of arrange seven grandchildren.
.*............par.. ...Ut..rk'... T..Oeu,-.4104 Sl..Wes n. All this will undoubtedly determine the Somes (formally the brakemen were to strike on of which baited traps periodically hung on pleasure visit. ments. Services will be held at 2
I.., Y.dY30. OkMcMM* ... w.. the reaction of the sizable -Riviares). nearly :200 railroads at 12:01: trees are The potentate will fly here o'clock tomorrow afternoon at
'''r "-." uM*Mk., ....!.ra.|I.Tttvm. .. :UOOM a.t4rv4 segment of the population Both dances will be casual a.m. last Friday. I checked. from Miami, to arrive about RITES FOR MRS BARCLAY the Loughman Baptist Church.

....-.. -* l..-mo4Bui. 450. most seriously affected by the and admission will be 75 cents Although the White House Is Shaw said also agricultural sterility researchers 10 a.m. and depart for Miami Funeral services for Mrs The Rev J. P. Crump, pastor
no B.llon I... 117Yl.110.._.,.. row ........ __ recent coup. This is made up of per person. clal information on the talks' measures are to remove the about 4 p.m., according to Georgia Evelyn Barclay, of 312!, will officiate. Burial will be in
no.0011"1 voters who gave big electoral there are indications that both, Mediterranean fruit fly in Central present scheduling West Henderson Circle, who died: Evergreen Cemetery. Daven-
C.WI.,' 40ttattY It u oo-n eau a.a1. majorities to Goulart and his Anchorage Is the largest cityin industry and union sources the fruit fly in Hussein, who succeeded his Saturday, were held yesterday POrt. Dave Lane Funeral Homes
"ODd'CtliMOwrf-IVKSO. w KM-44S Labor party.Leftwing Alaska and a center of U. S. agree it is too early to predict, America in Africa father to the throne in 1152. at the Gentry.Morrison Chapel In charge of arrangements
Mexico, the tsetse fly
& 'iS uSi. is :28
Yw. Y e m Pn years old and a dedicated The Rev. Darrell
1004 Ie34004300. aW.r.l 21JA-MM. extremists infiltrated defense activity and. oa exploration the outcome. and eventually it Is hoped the F. Joachim,
....... .*.4.. .00 e'*"1M.. IIMMM.aw Out powerful force. But it \la the stale.POULTRY. The"hlte House reemphasized housefly. sportsman. In his plans are pastor of First Christian Church,
.Mau 4400000.060. also sought dramatic reforms man that Johnson wants today's I Other Agricultural Research some water skiing a command officiated. Burial was In Oak
H.lten 10.el..0e4s. use.Si performance show Dukes Steen
Uoo. attempt to bring Brazil out & EGGS report so he can determine if Service projects that are making the Gardens and at Hill Burial Park. Pallbearers
': ror.c'; W of Its social and economic stag any other steps are needed to significant progress. Shaw described perhaps some were T L Hodson.. E Palmer .
10003350._ I1.W-MM. TAMPA fA P -Bt .-... Mb. .. help the collective! .bargaining publicity movies for future Dan Webster, Wallace Cartel
include experiments to Funeral Home
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The military recently deprived 26,0 re. process. I develop a sugar cane variety use.Security measures will be Sr.. C R. Nelson-and-Edd Dean
CITRUS SHIPMENTS this group of most of its A adaptable to colder climates f -
4.30.41 maximum and it Is doubtful
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leaden by suspending their political 14. ... r. SINGER SUES HOTEL than Florida's Okeechobee region the public will have access to :THdRWTOH 310 S. Florida
!ir' J.
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rights. . .11 LOS ANGELES (AP-Suger to find a more hardy citrus the kind
Wt T "AYU c3P1-44.44 CIV. { II young 1
7.3000..r to. a_. 1. ..., rant r Castello Branco faces a need ...per" .nuir30..I t.3..011.. *4 M II Pear Bailey has sued the Flamingo term plum and rootstock at He is the third Middle East MEMORIAL ,HOME Phone 2.3123
..** for drastic measures to hall ..a.-.. H.......Mart. _.1 trY*500'033410D.5lat. Hotel for $150,000. claim, Leesburg. to perfect mechanical: ruler to visit Cypress Gardens I till V fbW. MU

?IWCI 1 .:. .:' .41:1; H.30,I,whirlwind \inflation that has'iM.UIM.. mru. Drat..4.>...a IM4S T-...:: inc she cut her foot while working citrus harvesting in order to I in recent years. The others I Pfcw* MU" ;>-!.".'
Brazil to the brink ol ... Ita M-M... SO. 1 at the Las Vegas establish approximately $SO million .......
Total .. 10 m M ICaeovrM '!brought 4 IM M M N.10 t.IOslo. save I were the Shar of Iran and : [ ambulance* service
tea.Mt' Truck : IM. en 73410a',economic ruin. 1 1 .301 D..rttl..-anN. a 01..30pYY ment last March 3, .-lear the industry must pay for j Ibn Saud of Arabia I ......... ..... ... ... ,,,


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LAKELAND LEDGER Wednesday April 15, KM 7 I

p.Y.Y.to. Let's Play Florida To Launch New Retiree Drawing Program

*mmwuwui By ALAN TRUSCOTT TALLAHASSEE-During 1964 Florida will launch May Information research and ac. changes faced in the later years I Senior Citizens Month In Florida The new commission'Is-madeup the Association of County Commissioners I
a new tion
Ii.n programs; New York and California were will witness a wide varietyof of a citizen member from The citizen memberfor
that ,
enhance its and
NORTH (D) three Stimulate assist local '
Iqp 4.A4VKQ this remaining as the nation's No. 1 councils or voluntary groups the first States to recognize the events sponsored by local vol. each of the State's Congressional the seventh district is Mrs.

position NORTH: State. concerned; impact of an "old age problem untary groups senior clubs, districts; the heads of six Henry L. Smith, :300 Lake El- I

ill AKJ94 AA To be officially designated as Encourage training for work- ,Their pioneer activity was fol. women's and civic clubs, and state agencies; and an officer of bert Drive Winter Haven.
10 JWEST V Citizens Month May ers engaged in service to older lowed up by notable programs agencies working with older pea ----- - "- - - --
: EAST -94 bring I statewide recog- persons; andRecommend ,in Minnesota, Michigan, Indi- ple. There will be field-day picnics ,
Inn. A82 AK1093VJ974J 410 air."w to three fourths of legislative and ana, Iowa, Rhode Island, Wash and other meetings, senior 'J" o. ,

VA85 WEST million Floridians over age administrative action In their be.'ington, Maryland Pennsylvania, hobby shows, entertainment programs C A.t.. .. ._ _'It! '
n.t. Q102 47653 4.S In the words of Dr Carter and New Jersey. citations for notable old-

t.n.lan *874 AJ VJ9 Osterbind, chairman of Floe half.Other states with such agencies , Maryland, for example has sters, and other affairs. The WHERE DO THOSE IN THE KNOWDO I
n.C. SOUTH Commission on Aging:."We have made headway In implementing 'been able to provide health examinations new Florida Commission on
4QJ763 ...7 be serving the Interests of recommendations of for older persons of Aging (107 W. Gaines Street THEIR DRUGSTORE SHOPPING?

103 older population so it may the 1961 White House Conferenceon marginal income, legal advicefor Tallahassee) urges retired per.
or 87.KQ8JJ as standard usable Aging. The senior citizens' the aging, training of practical sons or others Interested to sendIn
a. instead of a fifth charter adopted by that confer. nurses and of rehabilitationaides their personal suggestions for
on the Florida homemaker and meals-on- events during the month, as well
Both tides were vulnerable bandwagon ence embraced the right to be THOSE WHO KNOW ALWAYS GO TO
wheels service for shut-Ins improvement for which
The bidding: useful; to employment based on as specific projects
North East South West *- Created by the 1963 Legisla! merit; to a fair share of recreational In nursing home con the commission could considerin MARTIN
1 N.T. Pass 2 A Pass Judging the state now has for the' educational and ditions, and helped eliminate age its over-all planning for the DRUG, INC.

2 4 Pass 3 Pass ,would not be time a permanent, official II resources; to obtain suitable I discrimination In employment._ elderly.IREELECT.
4 A Pass Pass Pass South led authorized to: housing; to moral and financial' -

, West led. the eight of clubs. maining club and Develop public awareness of'support consistent with family .' ; :
There are several trump was led to needs and potential of age; interests; to live independentlyas I ,
magical means by apparently which a- done preserved ace, and Help coordinate the plans and one chooses; and to live and SHELLEY. BOON E, 437 CENTRAL AVE. MU 3.2807
: declarer .
of governmental and die with It also
Vs dignity.
defender can be 'robbed of a '
tract because one agencies state and lo sized the of '
t "certain" trump trick. Two of natural obligation emPha-1 School Superintendent,
these trump In behalf of older persons; sons to remain active, .
9s 9t "smother are dramatically play" and "devil's entitled appeared Into thin Provide a clearinghouse for healthy and adaptable '::" f" eemmitteeY' CliM..":Metier. '::t .

coup." but the commonest of

them Is simply called a "coup"

e a word used for a variety of
specialized maneuvers.A """"" / '.t, m t n C.tl a 8',5. =l C1 l1CA >= !=

common type of trump coup A BEAUTWJL 1964 .I_: MARAUBI*

occurs when the declarer can- Mercury MaravJtr Entry Blank: [Q J
, not finesse quite often ry z., b
as in the following: enough a Yew could' > >b the ta Wita ;ef ,an oxcKinMeoaentermeinWordsexchnpMemrryMorauder Q

It 432 .1 a "" 'tar M contest. I understand I lam under no obligation. :

1s Dummy4.AQJ10J8 / rJk I4 h.efluI 194 Mortw It + '' y ,. nHAM' UADDRESC

DeclarerIn !v :. B

a spade contract South
finesses the queen successfully > + NOTHING TO BUY-NO COST OR OBLIGATION CITY __ STATE. R

1l and later finesses the Jack. But NOTHING TO WRITE-NO JINGLES TO COMPLETE fntrymuil \tn by Ttwrsdeft April 30.Winner need !net Qbe
1I on the second round the left. pfetent to win. *

I hand opponent discards and it ' FILL OUT AND DEPOSIT YOUR ENTRY TODAY Offer vele) In these style where .....11I11..] by law. I
t Is clear that the king is atill

guarded on the right. South mCZIK2I111m.J:
1 may still\ be able to avoid the

1 loss of a trump trick If he can
1 ruff twice in his hand and then
\ arrange to lead from dummy RIVERSIDE ST-1O7 NYLON

t on the 12th trick. MIRACLE

t A rarer example of this type -" -
of play occurs when a defender RIV-SYN miisi1.'fl J Riverside
\ holds one sure trick and the
I problem Is to prevent him from RIV-SYN itrong Rivenld 4-SQUAII GUARANTEE Made with 35% miracle R/V-SYN/ Rivenid. ST-107 gives longer mileage..lower cost

making two. The deal was diagnosed tins stride out for added r Ww*IMnU..._e>..e>et per mile service! Loaded with 5% wider tread than the Air Cushion to assure quick stop

) and executed by mileage, retard danger. 1 pwna -..mules. ....-..-. traction, safer .1.IP'f ree acceleration.: Strong 4-ply nylon cord body for longer life.
Charles ..
Greeley of Scarsdale, .
tread "
, OUt cracking. :: :::::.:.';,.
N.Y., in a way that would make niiiTNEW ,.e
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any international expert be .... .- .....- -

1 proud. 1--:: : ane'N/=

The bidding went slightly 4 "' ,f_--"' _
astray because three no-trump .. ..._. - BUY
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would have been an easier contract -
North should perhaps
have persevered with three no- :

trump over three spades but he t rV HIRE :

was no doubt afraid of a club
weakness However there Is ON th. r..vUre

not a lot to choose between the rlc. %ntlbe>.t tr.4.,
contracts and with a differentlie < 7,50.14 or 6.70-15
of the cards four spades f "
might have proved superior. V (1 "A tvbeleu bleukwall
t y
d Surprising Defense / n 1

y East won the opening club TRUCKERSr % / -
e lead with the ace cashed the
d heart ace and continued with a 00

heart. This surprising defense SPECIAL I t '.
gave declarer something to think

I about. Why had not East con- I LIFETIME QUALITY 2 TIRES
tinued clubs seeking a club f r
ruff? It seemed most unlikelythat GUARANTEE OH ffc. "flr>r

he could seriously be hopIng 0 I t prlra wit.... lr..../ :
for a heart ruff.
As East was a good player rn SAVE 7.50-14 or .70-15

South came to the correct con- SfaIAA! s rlClt 4.ICIAI anat trtDAt You saps ,....... .r.ck..O h ha
race pact rlK1 ran ran
clusion: East thought he could aims WrtMOUr IACH IACH SACS ?ACS 1 nun
l defeat the contract in his own TeADI 1 furl I ,""allIUS I Tura 4 nu!

hand, and wanted to make his 1ja
1! 1117.40 IUO' le.14
heart ace before South could get .
7 'i /5au 2UO 1111 17.0. 410 444 11.4US BUY
discards on dummy's diamonds. 5 0

This added up to two conclusIons j /7a.u aatd700Id rasat14o' tlfo' uu. U..4U
The "useless" diamond
01 20.. ".0' 1110 1111' 5&44
finesse probably win: 3 TIRES
held four ;f' ado/
m East probably trumps O U.U IOu ...0' '''0' 1144' 55,11
I headed by the king. If that was '.30 Is Off the regvUr

so. South's only chance lay In a Z ii01! 2410 21.14' 20.0' Fero1114' 5L/4 price wllkaxrt. frje!.,
coup. "
Entries in dummy were bald 7.50-14 or 6.7015
r t 14' !1 N 1240' IUO' 5144 21004
i slats
scarce, so after winning the ( ,...1... l l.(kw.ll
heart return South led the spade 7 150.14 lO.SO 27.... IUO' UfO' n... to."
four. East had to duck and

South won with the queen. The HEAVY SERVICE NYLON 0V 1450 If.... '1.40. 21.0' 27,440 21.44
I club king was cashed and the I 1a .

diamond jack was finessed 8 4
, Three red winners in the dum- .00.16, 50 'TU1IYYrl sass
discards for South's 11 .
my provided "ply ntte, 4.10.15 US 1114' 1..0. 15P0 1511 1'.1'
st .
40.11 IUO 1.11 1540 17fO' .7..' i1,44
Some plants are able to thrust
1i .
themselves through frozen soil 6.50.16o-ply rating . .... 17JO 7.I0.ts ".10 !._ !odor l'fO' H44 .U." OH th* re"vt r.r
in the 7./0.15 ISIS 514th 2J'0' 22 fOe 22.41. 55,54
spring.LOAL 7.00-15, 6 ply rating a n o : n .. 2O.5O price .It...... IrajeJe/
ADVtRTIStMtNl Exclusive rib tr.ad design gives good traction .
i 2ais also 2111 1410' 1110' 14.... u.t4 7.50-15 6.70-15
cliitcu..rc. ulIT" ifTHII or
IN THK CIIICUITO and stability rough nylon cord body

THK TENTH ITATK JUDICIAL OF !"LOIIIDA for long-lasting strength and safety 'nu...ek. m. N.erd.rrg.ad. Wld$ mC, $5.m pm Na, ,...1... bU IN AND FOR FOLK COUNTY MA.5.t?r. /
Chancery No I2I17-II-M
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/ .ult.property / tread resist skid 4-ply nylon cord Careens fights /Impacts. ,. Air Cushion squeezes the road, adds stability 4-ply nylon
You are hr.hy notified that a .
Pull h.. lIto.n filed aialni you ; i
and rash of yuu >
PAVIVOS BANK, a N w ;;;: ISOUTAI ar5CML areeIAI' afoAt a5Uml
llout.Al snau 1nCIA ueOAt I TUlIl' rW says
York Hanklnc irporallon Plaintiff a MIll" TOV says rats IaCI : SACS ro
I P5K! SAC? Bus
yaq pact
In the alma tiitltlud cat .e: dld p.ts 5.N WnNOUr GCN ?ACM SACS sacs
tn and fila that your you An sro w"r hn-by with th rrgilrod. Clerk' LACE: wn1/0DIUT :r ilM CM 1SACSnn S 5 UCS TIRS 4/aS lACN IItS I IUce tlADi 5.. 2 nlls !1f!! 4 'Iau 4 nul
.o-IS 20. 1511 I.'0'I'0' 11/N 1I1./M
nf thin Curl, and In n rye a 'PI
1t thereof' upon, the Plaintiff or 1'1..1"-and! Iq UOoIt 1150 lad15.10' 11.10 11A114' 17015::: 10." 144. 1140. ".fO. ...... a'.04
tiff All >rn*>. Shun e name i -
add,... la: ALBERT C W ;RLY, IDPI/ .
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1f Cnnfemo will bit entered a .In.t 44 44 1 M I 5
you for t". mile demanded la thC
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not un EA.
of mor'.... recjrd.. EA. 410.15 1715 11.4' It10 A15.4'
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Look them U, PR.[ recorded II. Publlf In Reu.orda Plat. 'P6....._ He_ ,.4. _II 1100-,., ...., 'pmw.roar. He ..- .......,. U 00_,., ...

of Polk County, HorMIaitofethrr
wit the following de.
arrlbod llama of property whl hare
located In and permanentlyInMallrd
aa a part of the lm>
BrovemrntK on old land:
Holly 0.. Wall Nester
Model *.:S-S
.hand and the .( '
rf VITNKPi thle ('?,in i",) .f Bartow, P' II
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1 Cape

Help Winter Haven Students Accident .

y Publish 45-Page Guide To Polk Speakers! ProbedCAPE

I By DON RICHIE to more than 300 topical subjects bve teacher, W. R. Padgett. tatted to gain Us permission : investigations began today to
Ledger Sun "'rlterWIN'TER and :43 or so people Stephenson bead of the Cooperative for inclusion la the comprehensive determine what caused a rocket
HAVEN Robert from eastern Polk County Business Education guide. Usually permission motor to Ignite suddenly and,
t Louis Stepb neon ha Just pub that can speak oo them with segment directed 74 students was granted; sometimes spray flaming fuel through a,
lished a book her but it snot authority. in the research and production not.Mach i building burning 11 men three
a sequel to Treasure Island Stephenson is one of four of the guide, which is going Verk Involved critically. I

or Dr. Jekyll aDd Mr. teachers of the Cooperative out to area civic clubs and Then the lists had to be A National Aeronautics and, w ,P"
I Hyde. Education Department at Win- organizations to help in programs classified Space Administration fact.finding
by subjects, crocs-
It's a treasure of another ter Haven Senior High School. and projects. referenced indexed and then committee probed the reason ;
nature a Speaker's Guide_ Assisted by another Coopera. R ids Range Cerercd the long run in typing stencils, for the Ignition. The Air
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__ r Entries hi the 45-page guide mimeograph and assembly A Force which manages the At-
lantic Missile Range named a
run from acrordianist and accounting lot of night work especially -
the and an the team to assess the general safety
1 experts to wagehourlaw contacting
THRIFTY CITY'S and wildlife experts while the students had to situation. i

and plenty in between. maintain their student jobs 3 Critical I
If club Is around town and their other II $'
WEDNESDAYSPECIALS For instance. a The freak accident: first d Its
school subjects.But ) : .
Interested in finding out more kind at Cape Kennedy, left three .
about Alaska or Alcoholics from scratch with nothing men la critical condition. They' (
Anonymous. Architecture.: to go on. a few studentsat are Sidney Dagte. 29, with burns
Banking. Careen for Youths. Winter Haven High have over 100 per cent of his body:
Coin CoCectmg. Communism. compiled a guide of good L. D. GabeU 51. burns over S3 !
Criminal Work. Citrus. Fund- speakers not Just names per cent of his body. and John
ntv Raising. Guidance. Hypno that will be of immeasurable Fassett. 30, of Merritt Island. a M. rfw
NEW ', tism. Magic. Law, Music. value to organizations in the :spacecraft coordinator for the
ffead&SfiouJdcrs Russia. Secondary Education trade of ideas that makes up I space agency. I
the tff Travel and Tourism. Utilities. the everyday life of a progressive
Dagle and Gabel are employed .
iandmjf tonml utampootouourr Viet Nam. Vocational Educa community
Excedrin by Ball Bros. Research Corp.
other subjects The project will be enteredat
him or a myriad '
Boulder. Colo. and live In Long
'/tvd the index is a guide to the Cooperative Education '
moot. Colo. Ball built the orbit
the expert listed in the body dubs of Florida convention: ,
ill Solar OSO),
Observatory (
under the civic service fa
of the book with phone number
which attached the
was to runaway
EXTRA address and if a fee is "We think we have a chance e.
STRENGTH DOt. to win especially tome
i charged or
Five other engineers and -
PAIN RELIEVER How did it come about? Itbegan or most of the Judges have remained hospitalizedwith a
been club chairmanand
60 5-0. in December when a program less serious burns Three
Tablets 69 Sin $135 limited list of speakers for have known the problemof were treated and released. All
securing good speakers
the Cooperative Education Department's Aircraft
are employed by Douglas -
said Stephenson. .
regular weekly Co.. prime contractor for
CASKMftl CREST meetings was, frankly ex- Copies Limited the Delta rocket which was to

TALCUM POWDER ; busted. Copies are limited. but dub tine hurled OSO Into orbit next
TOOTH Senior Heads ProjectMabe or organization representatives Tuesday to study Earth-Sun relations
I may apply for a copyat The motor which Ignitedwas
other organizations.beside .
PASTE to have been the third staged
the Winter Haven Chamberof
'hI the class might be interested -
r in Whoa Commerce or at the Cooperative the booster. THI HUNTU hMise ac w kegiets. .4 vatsreeere ..INh/ew./ 'N -....
r Large ; Who too. mused a speaker's some of the Education Department. The first two stages of the, en tIo_ Yaks .... raw .( tile hide Dmw, C. ... our wfceefcvlewly .....>MhuRfef 11'-11' swat
CtnnttrtBoiqstt 45' SizeJ members. Winter Haven High. CY Delta already were erected on .. us pen f_ *. _,. top lift veto kit pray cad rairtimnly .*..&. R. tap nh*.

; Last class service 4-2674. a launching pad. H. .).. e..|oys HM i Vt"t.r. .* .... ck M, sluts I*. brttMt Mt ..!, Ie have his w.r* nftri.M4 .
project was year's a piano for the Attractive yellow and blue The third stage Ignited Just .d......" .top sway, ...... right. ....I.! the tnltclii Tmif pep tnm ......... KU... (APWirtphot
v covers were printed by Roger after it had been joined with the v
J school cafeteria. This year's 050 in called .)
444 Dulmage (from no previous a building a spin,
would be a comprehensiveguide experience); most of the test facility. Engineers were
to the intelligentsia of graphic work and mimeographing preparing to spin the combination Craft Provides
Polk County's eastern half. was done by Pat in a stabilization check before Fiery Re-Entry ,

6-5-5 Fertilizer. 87 The work began in earnest Dempsey and Joann Bonn, moving It to the launch pad.
. after Christmas vacation with Marie Farrer hard at As a plastic shroud was being

with Evelyn Wagner a senior work on the Index. placed around the spacecraft.the Data For Return Of- Moon TeamCAPE
u overall project chair Sue Crowell, Cooperative five-foot-taU rocket ignited
Garden Hose . ; 79 man. Education Club president. inexplicably and lifted off the
Form letters and information helped in the coordination.She table on which it rested. The 440- like of future craft bound for
KENNEDY (AP) A The spacecraft looking a''sign
blanks were sent out to pound OSO was hurled aside and I
Leaf Rake Tine 69 was recently voted out spacecraft named Fire blazed compact model of the Apollo roundtrips to the planets.A .
of Informationon the solid fuel rocket exhaust
likely sources Winter
. . . . .standing citizen of back through the atmosphere
\ Moonship rode an Atlas missile shock wave built
good speakers: Chamber Haven High.Stephenson. showered all corners of the 30 great : up
of Commerce. Toastmaster paid tribute to by 100 foot building where the faster than any previous space more than 500 miles into space in front of the reentering fire

: Cub and other organization the class as a whole for its 11 Injured men worked. payload radioed Tuesday wealth of Information night and As it plummeted back toward I payload and temperature of
a earth over the south Atlantic
Ideas gleaned from news The spacecraft and Interior of
additional help.MAMMOTH
ILtPIIIQflCiefji"Qua'ity Items, employers of the C.operative's the building were damaged ex- which could make manned trips Ocean a 10 foot long rocket i gases within the wave reached
students and the MAGNET tensively. A large 29 by IS foot to the Moon safer. 'fired like a hypervelocity: space :an estimated 20,000 degrees. An

like. 1 The world's largest permanent metal door at one end of the cannon to increase payload I observer at the couth Atlantic
Merchandise At Discount Prices" Individuals were asked for magnet. in a research laboratory building crumbled like a collapsed Darryl Zanuck speed from about 15,000 to 23,166 tracing station on Ascension Island
LAKELAND \ leads one lead sometimes at Oxford England is Venetian blind. The space miles aa hour and rammed It described the plunging
I 1102 E. Memorial Blvd. Phone MU 6-5185 I lead to another and file cards made of a nickel cobalt: aluminum agency said there was no explosion Sued By WifeLOS through the heat barrier- of the ball of fire.
MON.-THURS.-FRI- TO 9 began filling up with detailed and titanium alloy. Weighing and that the door apparent atmosphere. spacecraft as a
TUES.-WED.-SAT. 9 TO 6 information on likely speakers l almost four tons,this magnet . ty collapsed"under pressure of ANGELES (AP) Mrs. The speed was slightly higher An official of Republic Aviation
I expert in their fields. is capable of picking up I expanding gases produced by the Virginia Zanuck has filed suit than that the Apollo craft is to which built the spacecraft,
I Each person had to be con 1.000 tons of steeL hot-burning rocket -' to collect: more than S7J001from attain in returning three astronauts reported the 20.000-degree heat
------------- ----- her estranged husband, from the Moon late in this could: be converted to enough

film producer Darryl F, Zan decade. It also was more than energy to lift the Empire State
uck.The I 7,000 miles an hour faster than Building 25 feet'IMMUNE
suit filed Monday In Los the* velocity: recorded by any
Angeles said that a Nov. 1, previous re-entering space ve- TO BLAST
1957 property settlement al- hicle. The searing heat during blastoff
lowed Zanuck $525.560 from As the 200 pound payload of a guided missile does not
community funds to payoff made the meteoric dive it destroy its ground cables electrical
joint debts. radioed thousands of bits of Information wiring and vent lines because
Mrs Zanuck said the debts on the inferno that they are protected by a
Important New Service at First Federal! totaled only $390560. leaving seared its blunt heat shield. The special covering. Made of a special .
I1M.440 to be divided equally. data will be used to verify that nickel-chromium win and
She also claimed Zanuck owes the proper heat protection materials asbestos the covering actually
her $17.028 for maintenance of have been selected for becomes tougher when exposedto
two California homes Apollo and will contribute to de- flame
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HOME BUYER COUNSELINGto Ben mIl Griffin understands

the problems created by the

current population explosion -

assist home buyers before they buy .

"' rr If you are ready to buy or build a home, you
w; should have a clear picture of home finan

,) \ cing procedures before you sign anything.It .

9 >'w It can mean happier home ownership for

you and can save you money.
'yf 11 u l'xt;YhE'n.' '
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Any of First Federal's specially qualified

[ Home Buyer Counselors will be happy to

a S explain every aspect of home financing...

S answer your questions..show you how to ;.

'- THI GRiffiNS CHILDRIN GRANDCHILDREN w.1t H....... K.ttI" H.... Frances
avoid unwarranted expense and offer other GnfHa. lanes G..c. Ateeeadw. I.. Hall, J.... o..W A...."" .., (kcll reel lea Hill III.
H."," Hais with '''1M'' Lecy A_ Tesv.Bess with C"ttl14 Lynn. Sarah J.... Ale.......
helpful advice. All discussions are kept in with N.sy A.... '..IM14 Griffi..

strictest confidence. This service is free, and

you are under no obligation at First Federal.
Tbs used for |es-tttady CMt-te IMt ..vi nay be filled at ...-!

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Home Buyer Counseling ;is available full. lives seed fer teed scaetli. eed ....'" te prepare ear eHisrUe fir

at both First Federal offices. He need fer left reeds zed blbweyt te help keep cur maples together

end .." ,.

The std fir btelrby ceoditteai in which te Five cud rear ear children.

Aad, ef ceene the seed fer baby-sitters (preferably free) to five per.

eats aid tfctldrta a cheese te pt away frees tech ether MC lawkilt. e
30 FIRST .

OF LAKELAND As a successful businessman . es your State Representative for 8 years

\ I . AND 01 a grandfather . Ben Hill Griffin hat helped meet all; these
U30lXl. DOWNTOWN: Orange Street at Tennessee needs.

; : :..' GROVE PARK: Crystal Lake Drive at Meadowbrook ', I i With BEN HILL GRIFFIN 01 YOUR STATE SENATOR you know your best
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-. Interests will he preserved and protected .t all times

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LAKELAND LEDGER. Wednesday. April IS, IM4 11
istol' Armed Women Are Hazards Movies

Television Series J, K Savings Bonds '

' Johannesburg Wives Buy GunsANNESBURO Married Begin To Mature On May 1 ,

(AP) In as a good enough reason for By BOB THOMAS
getting tlcally every week someone in knowledge of how to use them AP
ountry almost every se o- a firearm. the home was killed or injured correctly. In these circumstances Movle-Ttltvblon Writer Holders of Series J and K;Washington D. C. ings to determine whether any
hits person owns a fir* The accident rate rose Prac- In a firearms accident Women HOLLYWOOD (AP-A bit of savings bonds were reminded, Under the law. Series E and bonds of these series are being
I Police have had to they are dangerous history passed with scant notice
start were shooting themselves, their by the Treasury Department H Savings Bonds are the only held. If so, they should be pre.
fing lessor for women tc I Mrs. Johnson friends and children as they themselves ai well as to at earlhr The this month. .I that the bonds begin to matureon bonds which may be held at the tented promptly for redemption.Mbo' .
of Association
the rate of Motion
| high accidents Picture
tackers. Lack of knowledge 1 this and that
amateurishly tried to clean may May on year, ,option of their owners beyond
i women have guns for ser Attends PlayWASHINGTON their firearms or left the safety also result In a person being Producers and the Allianceof they do not earn Interest if held their Original maturity dates
of reasons, but their catch off during handling disarmed by an assailant and Television Film Producers after their maturity date. I and continue to earn interest. 5 Forces
concern seems to be lear (AP) Mrs Now police have decided a having the firearm used againsther. announced they were combiningto The J and K series bonds E bonds with Issue dates of May
at some time they may be, Lyndon B. Johnson and 1ca" drive is ." form a new organization should be presented promptlyfor
necessary to educate 1, 1941, through May I, 1949. Win
.: called the Association of Motion Majority
ked by one of South AfI paclty audience of
Washington at maturity in order
many of the gun-toting girls The trainees will spend an Picture payment may be held for two 10-year
11 million blacks.Johannesburg notables turned out at the National hour a week at the shootingclub and Television Producers that the redemption pro optional extension" periods All
regulating Theater Women Get Lessons I ceed be reinvested If desired LIBREVILLE, Gabon (AP) -
Monday night for firing at targets, learninghow may other E bonds may at this time
[ clubs.for white women a special performance of 'The Housewives, stenographers to clean and maintain their Not much was made of the' in other available Treasury .'be held for only one 10-year extension Pro o French President Leon
ed in 1962. but interest fell t Comedy of Errors" by the Roy and businesswomen fact pistols and getting lectures on news, yet it represents an 1m obligations, Treasury officials period. Mba's forces have won a majority
(Many women then 'didn't al portant transition 11the patterns said Reinvestment be of least seats in
Shakespeare Company of any women of any age"-are what to do in an emergency. may at seven
At this time those H
want to know how to, Britain. being recruited for shooting lessons of the entertainment industry ' made in Series E and H savings only the new National Assembly,
They Just wanted the The performance under The wedding of movies Bonds without regard to the bonds with Issue datel'of June
? pay was sponsored police supervision at Incomplete returns from the
ENDORSES KELLY 1, 1952 Jan 1 1937
through ,
and television is '
bglcal bolster of now officially limitations theamounts of
having a by members of the Presi- Johannesburg's Central. Shooting on voting Sunday gave Mba's sup
Lakeland Local 609 Brother. be held beyond their orlg
sanctified may
with license
a marriage
handy. dent's Cabinet to mark the Club. such bonds that may be pur-
27 ot the 47 assembly
hood of Boilermakers, has inal maturity dates for one 10
S | they needed: for a firearmse 400th anniversary of Shakespeare' W. J. Joubert, in charge of adopted a resolution endorsingScott chased and held in any calendar year optional extension period. seats, while 16 went to opposi-
was to fill in a form andS birth.President year but this privilege does not
the lessons the ousterof
tion forces demanding
says: "Many people Not Foreseen
in the
Kelly gubernatorial Series A, B, C, D, F and G
? cents "Selfprotection"accepted apply to bonds registered in the
Johnson did not attend keep firearms in the house for race, according to W, J. Mills, French troops and less reli-
g by the authorities Who could ever have foreseen names of commercial banks in Savings Bonds, In addition to
protection, without the faintest president of the local. ance on France.
such a happening? Certainly not their own right. 'those of Series J and K, were
Will Hays the shrewd Hoosier not accorded the optional ex
Some Earn InterestTo I'tension Bonds of Series .
who wielded czar hke privilege.
'v-t: "s+s taK 'ras
p e over the film producers he had take advantage of the A. B, C and D matured
kept unified. Perhaps not even privilege, the matured J and K some time ago-the last issuesof ..
his successor, Eric Johnston, bonds must be presented to a' Series F and G bonds matureon
who tried to maintain unity of Federal Reserve Bank or April 1, 1964. The Treasury
a bedeviled Industry. Branch or the Office of the suggests that savings bond owners

Now both are dead and a new Treasurer of the United States,_ _carefully_review their hold- ,...._"eI'r.C._ -- _. .. l.. /
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? ( ; era begins. The upstart tele-
vision has taken its official place
as partner of the movie
business Fortune knows what the young . .
The wedding could have come,

about only through' the changeof l man likes . girls . cokes .
personnel and circumstances.
aa4 '
A A The Louis B. Mayers and other I . and figures
cars sports sport
film pioneers would not have

$ ;(; countenanced carved empires It.by They playing had to I Fortune shoe styling . and

$ masses In theaters, they could .
not understand giving entertain, Fremacs has the styles he likts. = = -

ment away. '

il. Tried Ignoring It

They thought if they Ignored
: : :" 1t television It might go away. FREMACSlouttitltt
Their stars weren't permittedto
.."1 appear on it. Television sets
weren't even allowed In living

; ) : room But scenes as television zoomed and (h..,in| C.n,w r l.k.....

movies declined, changes had to N.rthMt* .h.ppim C.nWln'", IUv**
be made First Columbia broke ....... /her In. C.nte.-I..nll...
: the ranks to make films for tel.
evision, then Walt Disney All IIWr.1.4 . .
of the others eventually joined TrtditLiul hindwwn pinnyl
ItX in. But they were too late to l.,f., wpcrbly er.adsc Mm*
t.rat effect a monopoly. '? tot .ed .Iwifl Indus IM by
h,,,,,,.. C..4..... t.lw.How .

? The anchoby is a highly prized
food fish, especially a European

species known. a I Ergrauliiencrasicholus 6t

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| deft the h..rt ., Hit Ntw York WorM'i Folr" tranndi, now I. fair, which will case obovt $1 11111.". AP Wlroplioto) a MiIIionaire-
I fh. kit ...... of camplorlo* prior .. rho ,.1,'. MkodwIoJ" April 22

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Bennett Club ForDickinsons

:,:.., "... .'" .1"I": ...".,;, Coffee
Meet SlatedJulia ; i 'Continuous Education'Reason
: Of f
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p.m.will meet at the tomorrow clubhouse.at Miss 7.45: .'t. ;., t.;: :t' Walter Murphy I Is LibrarianBy honoring A "women Florida only"gubernatorial coffee,

Amanda Davis president, will
candidate Bud Dickinsonand
preside at the business sessionat
# his wife li planned Friday -
I : which time officers will be
from 2:30 to 4 p.m. in the
tt elected. Eight years ago Walter H. Murphy was an w
Theme of the will A t. :f4. banquet room of MorrIson'sCafeteria.
program l artillery officer, stationed in Ger/'llany-faclng/ .
J be "It's the Decor that the choice of a career. :: 1- .
Counts. Color will be Lakeland'
emphasized Miss Jan L. King -
q From their temporary home near Frankfortthe
since it is the accent
fi Murphys took brief trips to France, Italy, 4 s. women's chairman of
to decoration. Appearing on .
I; the program will be Miss Ha. England. He felt the weight of centuries of the Dickinson campaign, laid

zel Kirk chairman, Miss Myrtle ,; history and culture. The idea of "continuous all ypmen of this area are
I L Mitchell and Mrs. Lou education" took hold of him-as a necessityin invited to attend the coffee regardless -

y Zimmerman. : this complex world. He realized that public of their present views.
; libraries put this continuous education within
J t Assisting in the hospitalitieswill
t everyone's reach, and he wanted to have a partIn
Anna Miller ;,1f.'titt' \ beMrs., William C. Sean

Social SlatedA if \S it.That moment of decision by an Oklahomanin Miss King Mr< James H.,

;M,. tj\., H Germany led him-four years later-to the Ham Jr., Mrs. Paul McDonald
social meeting for Anna librarian's office in Lakeland. This year National Mrs. Lawrence C.; Curran,

Miller Circle 1291 members Library Week April 12-18 finds the Park Mrs. Charles Mayer' Mrs.
will be held in the Elks' Lodge Public Library astir with activityand
Trammell Ralph Sargeant, Mrs. JamesS.
hospitality room tomorrow anticipation. Pollard Mrs. James S. Pol-
8 p.m. lard Jr Mrs. Warren Smith,
GrowsIn .
Planning the social are Mrs. Library's Importance
Mrs. Gerald Smith, Mrs. Andy
N. K. Diller Mrs. Penrce the quietness of his small office on the E'ILi McCollough. Mrs. Walt Thor-

, Guard, Mrs. Charles L Wim- ground floor, a visitor could sense the mount- wald, Mrs. William R. Brick-
t ert, Mrs. Philip Pedone and significance of the library In Lakeland's : Jerard A. Kent.
: Ing sen, Mrs.
f Mrs. William Pelino. ; ,
'. : '; ;" ";: building life-as Mr. Murphy talked about books and a on ________ Mrs.Mrs.C.D R. R.Thomas Malsberrer, Mrs.

: ( "',''ffl\j;\!:'.";., ,.. t ,.J""l. ,,," '"" "", Aspirations for the new building, leading James I. Black Tr., Mrs. Douglas
.,"",.\ .\:{ t', n'lAAl'\ ,''\" 'tf'U.' '!. "' . ; ".Ioi"" more people to read more books, shone through H. Breathitt. Mrs. Miles
; '\, : \, '-, ," ;f. : MURPHY . Lakeland's librarian
you pretty ': \\ :' ." F' i.f r..n;, \ '! if; tt. J Mr. Murphy's conversation. For example, he Cowart, Mrs. Velma Lynch

I white yoy ," " ....' \ .: :' :. .< :'J1;! .: 'f ':.: :' .:;", 1 pulled from the shelves near his desk two rare Mrs. Robert D. Nosun, Mrs.
; :: \ .".;:v1, '., I :. volumes which were recent gifts of Lakeland Dan Sanborn, Mrs. David
.1. .
wait,,, \ "... t. t;, of Sawyer and Huckleberry Finn. In high school Shepherd Mrs. Ruth M. Run-
) citizens. These, he hopes, are forerunners
.. \ J " ""' ,t, other rare and historical materials which will he took part in several sports and was In the ton Mrs. Edward A. Dewey,
, ;.. group of "letter men" Now in his own chil- Mrs. Ed McMullen, Mrs. Wil
.1. in special room In new
be gathered a
dren he Is cultivating a similar variety of interests liam Lord, Mrs. S. B. MilliRan
t building. but with the underlying philosophythat Jr., Mrs. Glenn Cheatwood,
When Mr. Murphy made his decision to be-
{ 1 books enrich all areas of life. Mrs Wesley Burns.
a f : come a librarian, he already had an A.B. degree Mrs. D. G. Senkarik Mrs..
k QiT from the University of Oklahoma, a wife Librarian Talks About BooksIn M. T. O'Sullivan. Mrs W. W.
this interview for National Week
and two children. After two years as an artillery Library Hermely, Mrs. Oscar Dalton,

, BENCHED: little slugger forlornly waits his turn all dressed up in his red and white officer In the Army (including 18 monthsin Mr the Murphy of books.shared some of his thoughts on Miss Janice Jackson, Miss
striped no-iron cotton baseball shirt and red ankle-length pants by Nannekins. Germany) he returned to the campus of his use They may be condensedthus Virginia Hamilton, and Mrs.
alma mater to work for his master's degree in : Wogan S. Badcock Jr., Mrs.R. .
P.maul Brand Namm library science. He was assistant reference It Is the parent's responsibility to Implantand N. Bryan Jr., Mrs. J. Robert -
Phil Jacobs *.".". librarian at the main public library in Oklahoma cultivate a love of books in the children. Caruthers, Mrs. W, A.
Tnl Lynn M.id.nformCompl Long before they are old enough to to Jones Mrs.
I for two years, then administrative assist go Henry Ghiotto
ant to the head librarian at Kansas City Public school, they have discovered whether the par Mrs. Jerry Dukes and Mrs
.t. S.ltction Suits of Library for two more. ents value and love books. When the childrensee Julian Mullis. all of Mulberry
Bathing a parent reading good books, when they
the look Is Ixpensfvt
Four Little MurphysIn find good books around them, when reading- tfliA11t.L

F.N.8. 30-Day Chg. P.B.M.RUBY'S June 1960 he arrived in Lakeland to time Is treated as an important part of the day

become city library director. The Murphysand children will grow Into an appreciation of
their four children live at 3110 Carleton books. There will be a difference In their LAKELAND GENERAL.

Circle West where books are as important as school work and in their ways of using spare HOSPITAL

TOT & TEEN SHOPSOUTHGATE furniture. Charles, 11, Meluida 8, and Kath- time.For Mr. and Mrs. Richard Dawson -
leen, nearly 6, joined the public library as soon adults It helps to make a check list of 3119 Hilltop, daughter.
Open Unfit P.M. Mon. 12 LAKELAND LEDGER Wednesday, April IS, 1964 as they were able to sign their names for a Intended reading. It might be headed: "Read- April 14.
they lab membership' card. Two-year-old Tommy who ing I Want to Do This Year Or a list made Mr. and Mrs W, B. Bryant

explores catalogs and picture books with im up from recommendations of the local library Eaton Park, daughter, April

partial zest, Is beginning to absorb some of the Mr. Murphy himself has prepared a leaflet, 14.
WluJJJlJJ.LlJ Old ? surrounding enthusiasm for reading matter. naming 23 novels and short stones which have a

''l Let's Go To The I Mrs. Murphy is working on a major In won acclaim. When a personal list Is drawn Mr and Mrs. Richard Taylor
l" elementary education at Florida Southern Col- up and checked off, one begins to feel the cumulative of Orlando are the parentsof

Don't Let Aching Feet lege. The children's love of books simplifies value of regular reading. a son, Kevin Scott, born
' World's\ Fairin : Mr. Murphy's duties as a baby-sitter, when Use books In your travels. When you plana April 13 at Orange General
her studies demand her attention. trip, begin reading about the places you will! Hospital. Mrs. Taylor Is the
1 World's
Fair FunBy
r \ Spoil Books and sports kept a wholesome propor visit. While you are on the trip, continue to former Miss Beverly Melton

tion In Mr.;:'Murphy's growing years in Okla read on the scene. And when you return read daughter of Mr and Mrs. Le- [
JOSEPHINE LOWMAN gives you the support you homa. He read the tales of Paul Bunyan's more about what you have seen This triple Roy Melton, MS Glendale. Pa-
need for those long hours ex feats of strength. His father Introduced him reinforcement will give a new dimension to ternal grandparents are Mr.
This summer about 35 million hibit hopping. Also, since to Arabian Nights, and his imagination rose travel, and you will find yourself literally livIng and Mrs. Homer Taylor of
Americans will be fair. leather Is a naturally porous with each reading. He made friends with Tom in a richer, wider world. Orlando.
minded, or World's Fair-mind material, it permits fresh air
ed. If you plan to be counted to enter the shoe and perspiration

among the sightseers walking to evaporate through News About Folk 'Round About PolkLAKE I
amid the wonders the pores. A damp foot is apt
I of New ;' to be an irritated uncomfortable
footwearRed i York's Flush. burning foot. WALES Mr and Mr and Mrs. H. Lee James her family flew down to join in South Lake Wales
Ing Meadows, I Fun Minus Fatigue Mrs. Donald Simmons and and four children have returned them for Easter Col and Mrs. S. B. Slghtler
and wish to I Of course beautiful New two sons have arrived from to make their home in Mrs. P. J. Gustat has re- Jr. have as their guest her

guard against t York will be sparkling more Corpus Christi, Tex., for a Lake Wales. They have been turned to her home in the father, Roger D Marsden of
"beat feet", than ever this summer utter visit with his parents, Mr. residing In Alameda. Calif, Musicians Club of America, Washington, D. C.
there are some dark, with more oubef.town- and Mrs. Ernest Simmons. where he was stationed with Coral Gables, after visitingher Mrs. H. Don Murray was
facts you must ers than ever flocking there They have been residing In the U.S. Navy. He was given aon-In-law and daughter. called to Pittsburgh last week
remember. for the Fair So, bring alonga Texas for the past eight a medical discharge from the Mr. and Mrs. Howard Kline. due to the death of a rela
The pleasure pair of those pretty leather years. Navy following a heart at She also visited her son, PaulJ. tive.Mr
i of many a sandals or pumps In one of Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Edwards tack. Mrs. James Is the for- Gustat in Sebring and Mrs. Benjamin
slghtseelngMISSspree I LOWMAN the new pale shades. of Lake Pierce spent mer Miss Hazel Howell. The Mrs. Ada Coss will returnto Broere of Sayville L. .., N. Y..
has been If you bring the right shoes Friday and Saturday at Pen- family is presently visitingher her home in DeKalb III.. and Mrs. John Dow of Cen-
ruined by uncomfortable feet. with you to the Fair you can ney farms where they attended brother-m.law and sister after spending two weeks tral Islip, N. Y., have left for
If you wish to avoid this you look forward to fun without a reception for and renew- Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Cosson. with her brother-in and their homes after spending the
must give serious thought to fatigue. Wearing the correct ing of the vows of all the They plan to build a home in lister Mr. and Mrs. Ed Ulrich. winter months at the home of
the shoes you wear when you shoes your walk into the world couples living there who have Col(view Park. Mr. and Mrs. Claude Bald- Mrs. Leila Keen. Mrs. Broere
will be walking and standing oft he future will be footlooseand been married :SO years or Ceramic Society win are visiting Dr. and Mrs. and Mrs. Dow are Andy Voll-

for such long periods. fancy-free! more The wedding dates Mr. and Mrs. Earl Baldauf Waldo E. Floyd in Statesboro, bracht's sisters..
Here 'are some pain-saving If you would I II keto ranged from 1900 to 1914. Mr. are leaving today to attend a Ga. Mrs. Baldwin and Mrs. Mr and Mrs. Bernard Wil-
pointers on what kind of shoesto strengthen your arches senda and Mrs. Lynn Sheldon, for- convention of the American Floyd are cousins. mot of Sarasota were week
buy. Plan on taking several stamped, self-addressed en- merly of Lake Wales, who Ceramic Society. They expectto Sandra Tone of Mountain end guests of Mr and Mrs.
Bone pairs of leather shoes. velope with your request for celebrated their golden wedding be gone about 10 days. Lake has returned to her classin Harold A. Aher
Blue You should have two pairs of the leaflet "Take Care Of anniversary recently at Visiting with the Baldaufs the Harris Happy Hours Recent guests of Judge and
Black walking shoes. These shouldbe Your Feet" number 14. Ad- First Methodist Church here, were their daughter in-law, school after a month's ab Mrs. Ernest F Berry were
White of a closed style and rave dress Josephine Lowman in were among the honored Mrs. Thomas Baldauf, and sence. Mr and Mrs. George Grye of
flat or low heels. You might care of The Ledger group. three children of Anderson, Mrs. C. K. Harris and son, Hartford, Conn
Black Patent also have one pair with a bit Tomorrow ."Some Have Mrs. Neal Conner and her Ind. Their son spent several Edwin, have returned from Mr, and Mrs. Karl Kittel-
higher heel and some openingat Back Aches, Others Have house guests, Mr. and Mrs. days here with them before Lawrence, Kan., where they berger of Webster, N, Y., and
I $12.95BENFORD'S the side, but wear these Back Fat"Spring Andrew McMillan of Detroit reporting to Ft. McClelland were called due to the deathof their son and his family Lt.

when you expect to be on your spent several days in Tampa Ala., for two weeks Naval Mrs. Harris' deter Mrs. C. and Mrs. Kenneth Klttelberger
feet for a shorter length of with Mrs. Conner's brother- Reserve training K. Harbour. Mrs. Harbourhas and two children are arriving
time. Frolic in-law and sister, Mr and Mrs. George A. Davis has visited Lake Wales a number this week to visit Mr. and
44oRZ&e Leather Wedgle Mrs. George E. Gifchrist. before left for two weeks in Wash- of times. Mrs. Leonard Clow. Lt. Klttel-
Planned the visitors returned to DC where she will berger is stationed in Alabama -
This season has seen the! re By their Detroit home. ington, Babson Park with the U. S. Army.
turn of the leather wec'gie.These serve as a delegate of the Mr and Mrs. Erie WIrt Jr. Larry Clow his
cg have been modified fora Jr. Surgeons. Convention Florida Society to the convention have as their guest her moth. two children wife and
newer look. The wedge may AssemblyEighth Dr. and Mrs. J, P. Tomlm- of the Daughters of 1812. ere Mrs. Ida Beck, of South weekend with spent Mr and the Mrs.past
lift in a gentle curve between son Jr. attended the Atlantic She will be Installed as second Fond du Lac, Wis Leonard Clow
sole and heel or flatten out Grade Junior As. Coast Line surgeons' conven- vice regent of the Florida Mrs. Sterling Ohlinger of Mrs Mamie Chapman
gracefully to form a support sembly will have a Spring tion In St. Augustine. They Society' Daughters of AmerIca Taos, N. M., visited with Mr. Atlanta, visited Mr and Mrs.of
Frolic at the Lakeland Yacht Tomlmson'ssisterinlaw
beneath a semi-flat For walk. also visited Dr. Colonists, will serve as a and Mrs. O. H. Ohlinger and C T. Daves. Also
BOOTERYDOWNTOWN Club Friday from 8 to 10 and brother, Mr, visiting at
p.m. teller in the election of
national Mrs.
Ing the leather. wedgic Is Students In Robert Ohlinger the Daves' were Mrs. W. O.
charge of Laurie Tomlmson,
and Mrs.
smart, supremely comfortableand rations are Clyde Asbury, In Jacksonville officers will attend the Mr and Mrs. J. Grove Seelyof Barron of Locust Grove, Ga..
Ideal Fair footwear. Continental Congress. Daughters Washington D. C. and
are Miss Merle
Eubanks of
Harvey Hardy, N. Garrison
Coy Lay, Cyn. Mr and Mrs. Allen -
The leather shoe will bs of the American Revolu of Dr. and
so thia Mezger, Peggy Fillastre, have returned home aft guests Mrs. A. Baltimore. They were en route
.. _.._ Important to you because it Tom Kibler, Todd Patterson, er visiting in Atlanta with tion and will attend the Huguenot Contee Thompson. home after spending a month
u -----' -
Jeanie Most Beth Society meeting. Mr. and Mrs. Don B. Staake in Fort Myers.Mr. .
Yielding K. Garrison
their son, Allen
I Michael I Valentine, Hollis and his family.Mr. Uhland Blue Is a patient at and four children of Silver and Mrs Harry Hazel!

Hooks, Sue Estroff, Gary and Mrs. W. G. Fyler Bay Pines Veterans Hospital.He Spring Md., have left after have been entertaining his
I Black Clmty Wallace, Alex of Babson Park had as their is a veteran of the Spanish. a week's visit with his par. brother-in-law and sister, Mr,
Lee, Kenneth Niswon er and guests Mrs. Hallett B. Whiteof American War, ents Dr and Mrs. Paul C, and Mrs. Frank Dressier and
Mrs. Lois Barrett of Ma- Staake. their son. Dick of Webster
Larry Hodges West Palm Beach and J. ,
con, Ga, is visiting her son, Miss Barbara N. Y: Dick is
REAXRELAX Mrs. Alvin Fillastre Is in F. Wolcott of St. Petersburg. Akers of Tampa a student at
charge of decorations, Mrs. Mrs. W. R. Bruschweiler, Charles Stanland in Babson was a recent weekend Rochester Business Institute.
Melvin Estroff and Mrs Fred Garden Club president, and Park guest of her parents, Mr. and Mr. and Mrs Otto Spevacelc
W. Patterson will supervise Mrs. Charles Brown, garden Mrs. Charles Buhrman and Mrs. Elmer Akers. Also visit have arrived from Dayton,
refreshments. writer, have returned from a sons of St. Petersburg have ing the Akers recently was Ohio, to spend a week with
Dr. and Mrs Eugene Merger three-day Invitational tour of returned home after visiting David Bowers who Is stationed Mr. and Mrs. Edwin A. John
and Dr. and Mrs. Clydt Ida Cason Callaway Gardens several days with her parents In Memphis Tenn., with son.Weekend
Asbury will head the receiving Pine Mountain Ga. About 200 Mr. and Mrs. O T the U. S. Marines. guests of Mr. and

'. line.. writers and presidents attended Bryan Mr and Mrs. Don Pretty Mrs. H. 0. Hudson were Mr.
AWAY CARES OF THE DAY -............- -. as personal guests of Mrs. Miss Kathryn Brice and and four children have left and Mrs. Clarence Clark of
4 Cason Callaway, widow of the guest Miss. Joan Hodges for their home In Allen Park St. Petersburg.
:; IN A BATH MADE DELIGHTFUL founder of the gardens. The have returned to Erskine College Mich, after a week's visit with Visiting with the H. 0. Hudson's
bcalcjon PHILLIPS 2,500-acre botanical garden, Due West. S.C. after his parents, Mr. and Mrs. were Mr. and Mrs. Har-

WITH CALGON BOUQUET FABRICS includes a recreational area visiting with her parents, Mr. Charles Pretty. ry Whitaker who were en
containing a lake, swimming and Mrs. Owen Brice, 'at their Mr and Mrs. Hugh Spald- route from Pompano Beach to

For one of the nice things in life 1066 S. Florida beach and golf course. home on Crooked Lake. Mrs. ing have returned to their their home at Lapeer, Mich.
I t Phone MU JUI1I Mrs. Milo M. Ebert has returned Brice and Mrs. A. W. Ward home in Meadville, Pa., following Recently the Hudson's entertained -
Lake Wales and the drove the girls back to school. Mr. and Mrs. Larry
t use delicately scented to a two week's visit with
Calgon This Week's
. Lewis
Special of
Visitors Big Rapids,
I Plantation Inn after being Chicago their son-In-law and daughter Mich.
I Prnt! <4 Antique Florida Sanitarium Mr and Mrs. James W. O'- for a few d.ys. While here
Bouquet in bath day. CO* confined to the Mr. and Mrs. Gordon
your every I SATIN ,,,. 3 and the hospital In Connell of Chicago have returned Adsit. the Hudsons and their guests,

And there's never a bathtub ring! I 54" Upholittr CQ< Orlando since early In December home after spendingtwo Mr and Mrs. John J. Fejes visited friends in Mountain Lake with
3V weeks here with his mother of the Lewis' They
PLASTICS ,<. She was receiving and two children have moved
treatment there for a broken and brothers, Tom and Ed Into their new home on Eaton a tour through Mountain
I Lake
II i I hip. Connell.. His daughter and Street. They formerly resided hole golf and course.a round on the 18



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inter Haven Social News Haven Area Groups LAKELAND LEDGER. Wednesday. April IS, 1K4 IS

INTER HAVEN-Mr. and, Oi celebrated their golden Elect New OfficersWINTER Meetings Teas Dances
Frank M. Macy have I wedding are entertaining their aunt ,
anniversary recently Miss Clara Schwartz of (:In- .
feting them Mr. and Mrs 1.. at a family dinner I
(Miller I I I 0 f Birmingham, by four of party attended cinnati. Miss Schwartz will HAVEN-Mrs. W. Other new officers are: Mrs.
h. children and other their six visit for a week at the Sutton's R. Hatfield has been re-elected Carl Strang Jr. and Mrs. fanned
relatives. home In Stately Oaks president of the Azalea Garden In Winter HavenWINTER
//in. Jeannette H. Martinvlsltln The couple, former residents Clayton Harmon, vice presidents -
her her daughter, of Hlghstown, N. J., have Mr. and Mrs. Nyron Whit- Club of Winter Haven for ; Mrs. James Colyer and
s. W. R. Parrlsh who hal in resided more of Miami are visiting a second term of office. Other Mrs J. H. McKillop, secretaries -
en residing In New Orleans, Winter Haven for the his sister, Mrs. Dora Crothers. new officers will be: Mrs H. ; and Mrs. Donald Lock HAVEN Mrs Marlon Overstreet, state president David Friedrlchs and the
past 18 years The retired Anna Miller will be hostess at of ESA will attend the Mello-tonss will the
ft will leave Winter Haven Miss Stephanie J, Boyd, S. Mullinax and Mrs. W. H. treasurer. provide
Chicago, where she and I hobby couple grows orchids as a daughter of Mrs Jeannie L. Heath, vice presidents; Mrs. SIGMA SIGMA SIGMA her home 1071 Idylwild Drive, afternoon tea and conduct music for dancing. Donations

r. Parrish will live. Mr. and Mrs Van Boyd, has been named to the J. W. Danser, aecretary; and WINTER HAVEN-Mrs. NW tonight at 8 o'clock to pledge and jewel pin cere- will be S3 per couple with Informal .
|Dr and Mrs Lewis Oar ItIve dren and relatives Os' chil Dean's List of outstanding Mrs T. G. Sanchez and Mrs. George L. Burr Jr. of Winter members of the Put Chiefs'' monies for members. attire being worn.
as house guests. Mr. and Winter Haven for the traveling to students for the first semesterat A. A. Pickett, treasurers. The Haven is serving as a member Club of the Pythian Sisters. A. semi-formal charity ball The dance is a prelude to the
|n. James Rowan of Logan include 50th anniversary Newcomb College Tulane officers will be installed at the of the national advisory Mrs. J. S. Huntley will serveas will be sponsored In May by annual house to house Cancer
i>rL Ind. daughters, Mrs. Adrian: Con-two University, New Orleans, La. May meeting. board of Sigma Sigma Sigma co-hostesses. the sorority at the Haven Ho Drive scheduled to begin Tues
I Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Ragun soltore of North Haledon Mr. and Mrs. C R. Blockerare FOUNDERS' GARDEN CLUB sorority Miss Mabel Lee Walton GAMMA PHI tel. Proceeds from the dance day. The public is invited to

(id son, new residents, are re- N.J., and Mrs. Margaret Tlce, returning to their home in LAKE ALFREDMembersof of Clermont la national WINTER HAVEN* Mrs. will be used for the group's attend.
|ding on Ave. G., ME. The and three children of Titus. Boston after spending the winter the Founders' Garden Club president emerita of the sorority Robert Adams will be hostessat welfare project, the Children's PTA SUPPER

amtly formerly lived in Colo- ville; son, Joseph Jr. of Elmira months In the area. of Lake Alfred have elected and chairman of the advisory her home Sunday at 3 p.m. Rehabilitation. Ranch. in Lake WINTER HAVEN- A spaghetti .
ado Springs Colo. N. Y.; and son and Summer Home Mrs. John H. Parker presi board. Miss Walton to members and guests of land. supper will be held by
I Mr. and Mrs. Charles Card daughter-In-law, Mr and Mrs Mr. and Mrs. H. V. Muellerare dent. Other new officers will served as president of Trl Gamma Phi chapter Epsilon CANCER DANCE Garner Elementary School
Lell and family are living on Peter Van Os, and her mother leaving to spend a few be: Mrs. Charles Shinn Jr., Sigma for 34 years. The third Sigma Alpha sorority.. Mrs. LAKE ALFRED "Under Parent-Teacher Association to-

theridan Ave. In Winter Ha- Mrs. Elsie Edwards, all of weeks and open their summer vice president; Mrs. Maurice. member of the advisory board I the' Stars" will be the themeof morrow in the school cafeteria
|en after moving from their Wlnston-Salem N. home In Highlands N.C. Patrick and Mrs Donald Sutton Is Mrs Richard J, Dodson of
C. Sons, Pilot Club the dance Saturday at 660 beginning at 5'30: p.m. The
rmer home In Knoxville, John and Johan, residing in Mrs. Eva Rogers of Sea M. ,Houlihan secretaries, and Mrs. G. Houston, Tex. W. Pierce St., from 9 to mid.niaht'with school Is located off Havendale.Blvd. .

enn. Port Angeles, Wash., were unable Island, Ga., Is spending a few The elected, treasurer. The philanthropic slogan of proceeds used for .
New HomeA to attend. days with her sisters, Mrs. T. Installed May officers 20, one will week be the organization through the Meet Slated the April Cancer Drive. The A professional chef will prepare -

new home has been pur Mr and Mrs. Phil M. Hutton H. Daniels, Mrs. John Hanna later than the scheduled meeting years has"been "Sigma Serves. event is sponsored by the Lake the sauce. Cochairmenin
A fund for assistance
phased on West Lake Ha mil- have visiting them Dr. and Miss Ann Herrington In due to the state convention to the. Polio Foundationwas Tomorrow"Membership Alfred Junior Woman's Club charge of arrangements are
Ion Drive by retired couple, and Mrs. Ernest Pedley of Winter Haven. She arrivedto of the Florida Federationof established in 1921: and city-wide sponsor of the annual Glen Hicks and Tony Kalo-
Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Haynes, Jamaica. The couple will attend funeral services for Garden Clubs drive. ,ridil.
May !in the fund has been increased to
*ho formerly lived in Boston. leave soon for St. Catherine. her father, C. S. Herrington. Hollywood. include rehabilitation of 111 and and Pilot litformation' A tape will be made duringthe
Georgia residents, Mr. and Canada, where they will spend Mrs. Rogers' aon-In-law and CATHOLIC WOMEN injured children \ the will be featured..tthe Mrs. Powella supper for rebroadcastover
Mrs. J. A. Glaze and son are six months prior to returning daughter, Mr and Mrs. Marten WINTER HAVEN-Mrs. pediatric ward of through North Carolina program meeting of the a local radio station
J residing on Alachua Drive SE to Jamaica where Dr. l Bennett and Pilot Club of Lakeland to be
Pedley Mr. and Mrs. Matt Moran has been re- Memorial Hospital in Re.Electe.dQyMothers" Adult dinners will be II and
I after moving to Winter Haven is a medical held tomorrow at 6:30 p.m. at
missionary.Mr. Henry Herrington arrived elected for a second term of Chapel Hull\ N.C. children's tickets are 75c. The
I from their former home in and Mrs. Paul Sutton from Georgetown, Ga. office as president of the CAR the Cadet Restaurant. Club public Is InvitedJtimi..
The has been' arranged .
[Augusta, Ga. program
Catholic Woman's Club of
New residents to Winter Ha. DATE BOOK Joseph's Roman Catholic Havenites have been electedto chairman by of Mrs.membership Blanche Work com, Mrs. Emil Powella was I
[ ven are Mr. and Mrs.
Raymond Church In Winter Hav n. state offices of the Children mittee, but will be presented elected and Installed president -
Gross, formerly of Jack'I
I sonville. Other officers will be: Mrs of the American Revo- by Miss Dorothy Utchfield, for a second term at the !

Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Schmidt oU Ld So JDLAKILAN0 WlHl.inq Peter S. Sigmans, secretary; lution.. .Nora Bxantley was co-chairman, in the. absenceof St. Joseph's Mothers'' Club
and Mrs. '
George Gierscher elected state corresponding Mrs Work: dinner meeting last night at
< are enjoying a spring visit
treasurer. secretary; Hugh Plenums, the parish hall.
from their Other members of the committee
and her daughter, Carolyn, TODAY CITRUS CINTIII KNVar,1a. 115 Mrs. George Boucher will state recording secretary: and assisting are Mrs. Dan Elected to serve with her I STTLINA SALONARTSTay
roommate, Miss Cher. ART till*, mil lift It'RUMMAOICSALE:" .' ,uposeored be in charge of reservations Mrs, Allen senior
Brantley, Mrs. Skokan
Otto vice
ryll Sue Lamb, of Calvert and portrait 51 .,. oil puottnfrom I" Bishop, who will outline dutiesof were ,
7 lo 10 pm.. Instructor U Ctiarln I.mpl. 5m.000L lit N Ktaluckr for the May 5 luncheon to be state recording
secretary. officers and directors; Mrs president; Mrs. Ralph Rlvrrs,
City Ky. The girls Hold. portrait irutrurtion IN
are students I

RIIIKAM at the Haven
at Murray State Collegein III Murrar.t Mntlnltlrttlon Ooldibarauih I 7 bulldlni.JOTO p Lodwlc m'-. p tau communlt* bundled a VHwIOCKUM GARDEN CLUB
Murray, Ky. Airpark. strut coordinating chairman and Mrs Louis Hertel, treasurer.
committee chairmen and Joseph Turk was Installing
Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Melvin Ji u M S pm at Counuj Dar TION CLUI. S pm at Horn, ol Mr.. Robert Allen ; I
and chool (33 I Lftnon HI. J. C. Mantua. Kalklaan ". will serve as Mrs. Howard Reily, president officer. In Th. Mill M
family as house LAKI Looat a toot, maata at sm
SOUTHLAND president of the Gardenia Gar. To At
at 1134 W M LOOdl lit F4AM." Speak elect, will explain attendance eCUTNOATIsNO.pIN01
Mr and Mrs apMlal .
guests. Glendel WILLIAM C rod AANO mr. vrw communication 1pm lor >-. den Club of Winter Haven. I
Reavea and children of Mur rraular: mettlnt at I pm. at vrw animation... ,In KnKrad Apprratlca darfaular records. DEFROSTING MEAT CINTfR
{/ communication
at 7 JO. Luncheon
Homi Old haul Meet
Wlnl#r Havn tail
of Rrrnoldi Road. om.." IOU aa ralloocrad daaraa will' ka cool.rr.d. New members during the Frozen meat may be thawedIn
ray.Mrs.. Elsie Moore has a .,0. SUNSNINI""" ,SCAN CNA'TIR.GOLD STAR a pm INC.., I Religious Groups' I ITOD.Y past year will be recognizedby I the refrigerator, at room MU S..1"
house guest from Washington, THURSDAY ..,n...I.na 111'10'hd..1. .n.munlt, room. Dr James R. West will Mrs. Roy P. Gladney; and 1 temperature or during cooking.
D. C., Miss Martha Williams. LAKILANO. LIONS CLUt. .,. 19:IS TRAVLIICS TAR CLU. 4 am. speak at the Women's Republican Mrs. G. G. Etheridge will The method used does not materially
pm at Th ciri't Kf.i.uiantLAKILANO
ART GUILD oil paint- mullnlollem.d b' covtrrd dub APOSTOLIC SIlLS SCHOOL, 13 r Club of Lakeland lunch. honor members with perfect 1 affect the flavor, tenderness ALL AffROVIO CREDIT ;
Walt Shipp VisitorsG. is Int 1.3010 trllli Mlu p m. Cornrut at tC.rto.n Menu.'..dl"Iron. Bulldlni I.s ANNA, :tli'c: m.''c at Mainolu. pMnemoriai Blvd. 51151 ,15.11. 5fIS.T t eon meeting tomorrow at noon attendance records. I or juiciness of the cooked CARDS HONORID .I
enjoying a LAKILAND RICRIATION lltl. aa.elai CNRIITIaN .hu..h nbl.
CLUB at the Crest Restaurant. His
Place cards will be made
mMiini at 1 .t. 7 30 meat.
10-day visit from his uncle and for Hnior oitlirni of Laadand and p.lI1. IB alt Lodaa Pill. 1."allon.1 dto.rlo I I
trltndi room mmt mart at I topic will be "Current Local
will meet at Teen Mld CITRUt on by Mrs. Ethel Pierce. Club
aunt. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur ,at 30 a m.iunch for irouff icf/ia tcUvjtr lurnlihra; Brimandwlrh MORILI-HOMI.. CMAPTIR" ASSOCIATION,OF FLORIDA dlnnrr .- jjujht r r"".,. t'44 Y:m, ''a in (,tllowihiDCHRIST unny: Issues." colors of green and gold will P.B.M. CHARGE PLANS F.N.B.
Reidsville of Montgomery, Tl. public! !. IsuHMSENIVOIINT m uni at 1 porn at Muh,1PCIDAY and
Kanaurani Delegates alternates be
AND PROTICTIVIOROCir LUTMIRAN vanitllim carried out in the decorations
Ala.Mr. Of tLKt LOOSE 121. ham.epmmltu.of Mr.o''Mildred. em, .1 will be elected to attend the directed by Miss AJax HEIRLOOMS I OF TOMORROW
.. wits. soot
and Mrs. mnnni at t p at tli Lode lus
Robert C. .
II 101....<....."... LOYAL DIiDIIt 0" MOOSE a am.St loll...,. Vt.w Bop Lout Troop 711 state federation conference. Bradley.
Mills former 11 1 Dm II Yf'W H.II AND A FEWANTIQUES
Winter Haven Moon Loon Bait Lat. *ark.r
O".CI Members
Crlv.. LUTHIII.N. 110' Irau' attending are Mrs. A humorous reading on Pilot
residents now of Savannah Phillips-Culp KIWANIS CLUB. 19.IS pm. M 'hoop rrhrsrnl 715, 7 m..0.nm.7 Lulhrran m ; mnlor Church rhoir' Sarah S. McKinley, president; membership will be given by
Ga., are spending several Morruoaa CaleunaLAKIUkNB Womrn, Sueu4rI board mwUtn.S .
7 Mrs E J, Patton, second vice Mrs. Lula Belle Hickerson;
days Visiting friends in the Wedding Slated I.. .1..., (10 ART am GUILD., Mri all WlnI.poInt.. Yob nST.C.mmumen..ra.PAUL LUTHIIIIN.....11-.1". president; and Mrs. Madge and music Is being arrangedby
Tom Wlllon Pili.
area.Mr. lori: paintlni and drawint .,Initruc-.. for GIlICI THUIISDAV, Olsen, Mrs. Nell Early, Mrs. Mrs. Hickerson and Mrs.
and Mrs. Paul Sutton brtlnning ad<."..d atodenU, LUTHI".N Iran/tllm
S pm.RUMMAOI 'O m '' T "L. I I :9TIII.AN.t 0 Clema Bennedict, Miss Lu- James D. Nicholls and Mrs.R. Cx,1ncJ.oTQtttcS.
have as a houseguest Mr. Sut. Saturday Night Ttmpla"Emanual.SALE at 13 tponiorad M Kintuckr by CHRIST. L OLN. 1.30 DU 0.<>'.''. cretla Colton and Mrs. W. E. L. Murphy. Mrs. Thomas \ .
ton's aunt, Mrs. C. W. Mc. A,.. : .UnUllfItlOD! Welch. E Blount will
Kernan of Grosse Pointe, MULBERRY All friends Mainolla NIW RltlDtNTI Buildint. crvx CLUR crntar. noou.0 for Wom.n'.T. I'AUL. M11110nsrp LUTNINAN.....u.Lulll..OII mHtiD. Republican candidates Al accompanied by Mrs.sing Nicholls.a solo, ..

Mich and relatives are invited to attend eov.nddash will\ b. honorrd luncnaoa. Brlnf. fait cOnrad pr.Mdrnii al pm..FOtATUROAV Robert III of St. Petersburg, Mrs. Roy S. Bell, president,
Mr. and Mrs. Howard Eddy dub and laSt ...,lo- FAITH. praTrr candidate for national will
the wedding of Miss iraup Urn ridaral committeeman preside at the dinner
have arrived from their homeIn down'owti. communllr 'room 28 St..I,> Ou tail Main. .. 'MIII,. U S..H.(1 -
on May and Introduce
reuJ'rneuN. primary meeting
:; Ohio for Sharon Phillips and Lloyd E. PIP.1T plonrar guests Turn R. an Lana.fill.jw .e Our Sis*.
Euclid ,
a visit at aonclavi .. .
will be
JJJAADnaLLMr. fiatPIR.T a to a pun in laliowHhlp present to answer and visiting Pilots from Bar-
Maranatha Heights( In Culp Saturday at 7:30 \
Lake Al p.m.at CHRISTIAN, Marrl-Matoa, questions on political Issues tow, Winter Haven and Plant Give Your Homo A Gift Too
fred. The couple will visit their Mulberry First Baptist Ails. part, 7 p .. In ,..1I0..bIDI and procedures. City.
a u nt, Mrs. .Lula Atkinson, Church, A reception will fol.low and Mrs Clyde Ray I II II

who is residing at Skldmore's at, the Tampa. Electric Culver of Clear Alaska, were I .
Restorlum. Leisure House. to arrive today to spend their I

Mrs.. Dora Crothers has visiting The bride-elett Is the daughter vacation with his mother Mrs. TOMORROW FRIDAY AND SATURDAY
with her her brother and of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Pauline Culver 328 Mornln,. ,
sister-in-law Mr. and Mrs. Croft of Pierce. Mr. Culp's side Drive. The Culvert were
Myron Whittmore of Miami. parents are Mr. and Mrs. in Anchorage when the earthquake

_M!. and _Mrs. Joseph Van_._Everett M. Culp of_Mulberry. _occurred.. recently.. _





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14 LAKELAND LEDGER Wednesday April 15,1M4
New State Park SoughtFor

3,100 I To Get Florida U. Degrees Sunday Marion Creek Area

GAINESVILLE CAP)-The The 58 doctoral candidatesthis ters. These Included 1,320 bach
HAINES CITY-A and Indian burial mounds
University of Florida will for-, trimester make a total of elor's and 523 master's degrees state parkto even
mally confer degrees on some H9 such degrees awarded by Dr. J. Harrar, president ot be located In the Marlon abound In the 2,500.acre site, Pa zvs
3,100 students at 3 p.m. Sunday the university since the last for the Rockefeller Foundation, I I.,Creek area six miles east o f which would be purchased from
during Its annual commence mal commencement. Candi commencement speaker He also here will be the target of a fund four present owners, said Town; A

ment program on Florida Field dates for degrees Include 1,031,will receive an honorary degree:appeal to be presented by a. send, who led a site Inspection

The ceremonies honor 1,843 undergraduate students and 24} from the university. will R, A. Polk County delegation to Tampa group ,

students who have earned degrees graduate students. Gray former secretary of stat Thursday morning He said he was alerted to the

since May 1963 and 1.276 The exercises also honor students for Florida. The Governor's Outdoor Recreation -Tampa meeting by Rep. Ray

candidates for degrees for the who earned degrees during Thirty-three graduates who I Planning I Committeemeets Mattox, who urged that a Polk
winter trimester i the spring and fall trimes- become officers in the armed at the Tampa Chamber County delegation attend.

I forces will be sworn in at special of Commerce building at 9:30: Townsend emphasized that this

ceremonies at 2:30: p.m. ,a.m. to hear District 7 requests would be a Polk County and
Saturday In the medical sciences and receive Information for proposed :
central Florida facility While
ALL BRANDS LIQUOR STORE building auditorium of the J. state pa rks. District 7 includes Lakelanders are now about 60
Hilhs Miller Health Center. Polk Highland! Hardee,
miles from the nearest state
801 N, Florida Ave. Speaker for the commission Hillsborough, Pinellas and Sarasota park, the Marlon Creek area Is I
Ing exercises Is Lt. Gen DavidA Counties. _
only 25 miles distant.
Burchinal, director of the the Haines
Spearheading City
Smirnoff Vodka $4295th joint chiefs of staff, Pentagon, portion of what Is hoped will' bea the The Klssimmee proposed watershed park area area Is In,
large delegation,
100 Proof including with dam locks nearby under
I commissioners and
county legislators -
control of Army Engineers.
Is Dan Townsend, chair. .
Whit Scotch $499 I Yugoslav Quake The state park committee will ,
of the chamber of
man ; commerce
Hone . . . . 5th I parks committee. With meet tomorrow In Miami to con

Set City Manager Joseph Rlckards sider that area-No. 1 priority
Old Hickory #' 349 MOld Damage and Wilbur Bell, he has a prepared -District 7 Is second on the priority "a' V r Q i

brochure the site and list.
At $5 MillionSLAVONSKI I
Its possibilities se a state park.
Hickory 5th, In First Phase +? w
BROD, JAKARTA, Indonesia (AP
Yugoslavia ) ------ -
(AP) The earthquake Contacting the board of parks, The Indonesian government today

Times $405 Monday centered near this mid. I he found that the project would claimed the surrender of AUTOS BURN AFTER HEAD-ON CRASH-Michael Rubbe' 21, ef Auttrelia. freduato .....
Early . . . Sth I be I In the first 10-year phase of a
Yugoslav Industrial city caused 1,500 rebels In the South dent at Stanford University end driver ef ana ef the burning cen In background, bends ever

,damage of more than S3 millionin I Florida park expansion program Celebes after an all-out attack driver *f the other cr. Mm Mary Ann Kelly, 23, nurse .t Stanford Hospital moments after I

Seagram I the district, city officials an J; sparked by a recent gen. by dive bombers and paratroop: he pulled her from behind the wheel .f her wrecked ...t.. She wet reported In critical I condition,
oral electIon con s tIt utI anal
Extra Gin $319 nounced. ers. after being taken to the heipital by ... ambulance. The two can bit head-art a* a curve In a
Dry About 60 persons were taken Ito amendment referendum overwhelmingly
I/S Qt,
the suburban area near Mania Park, Calif. (AP Wlrephote)
I the hospital. supporting ex- The pedestal of the Statue ot

w. Ream The Right T. Limit Quenlitiet I Three were In crlticlal conditIon I anslon. Liberty contains silver coins put:
,: and three seriously Injured Wildlife, fishing and picnic there by workmen when they SEATO Nations AgreeOn Citrus Show

,I I areas, recreation possibilities constructed the base In 1886.

Communist Menace Plans AreApproved

I MANILA (AP) The South The communique said the

.' east Asia Treaty Organization SEATO countries The United
t,.. I expressed "grave concern" today States, Britain, France, Austral-
about continuing Communist id, New Zealand, Pakistan, Thai -
Citrus Showcase 1965 have
aggression In South Viet land and the Philippines-have
been approved by the state and
Nam and agreed that membersof continued over the past year
Citrus Exposition board of directors .
the eight-nation alliance "to enjoy peaceful progress and
and trustees in the
are process
"should remain prepared if necessary national security.
of the 1
selectiong architect
to take further concrete It added, however, that the
.h.r teps" under the SEATO treaty. Communist threat remains engineer and specifications.preparing plans I

,: ,i The SEATO ministers agreed ""Despite the sharpening of The first building of the Showcase r
.r that the defeat of the Commu- "
: the Sino-Soviet dispute the can be constructed in four
nilt campaign "is essential not said, "world dam.ination
communique o r five months, said Robert r
only to the security of the Republic
remains the aim of communism Eastman, Exposition general I
of Viet Nam but to that and thus vigilancemust
manager Unless some hitch occurs 1
of Southeast Asia. not be relaxed"Baby the 1965 Citrus Exposition, I

"It will also be convincing then, will be at the Showcase- \

proof that Communist expansionby Is Born on its 16-acre tract 'at Lake
such tactics will not be per Lulu.

,mitted." To MotherOf
France, which has proposed Site Inspected E

neutralization of Viet Nam and Nineteen Last month, Gov. Farrls Bryant

1 ". recognized Communist China, and Commissioner of Agriculture F
said that "under the
present WATERVILLE, Maine (AP)- Doyle Conner inspectedthe
.f.fI t serious circumstances it was Mauricette Hamlin, 39, of Fair, Showcase site on Cypress S
wise to abstain from
e any field, is a proud mother again Gardens Road. They approved
declaration. for the 20th time. I general plans at that time, but
The ministers set forth their
referred them to the state's
Mrs. Hamlin birth to a
views in gave
a communique sum the d
her ninth, at a Water- and engineers at
their daughter,
ming up three-day anniversary tc
University of Florida before the
vtlle nIght.
hospital Tuesday
meeting. final go-ahead could be given. S'
Both are reported doing fine. "
They agreed that SEATO has
The state's share Is $25,000 in }
had, and continues to have "a Mrs. Hamlin and her husband, r
matching funds for the construction
Robert 41 also have 11 sons, e
most important stabilizing in- ,
with the City of Winter -
a fluence In Southeast Asia" Their oldest child Is 22 it
other balk
-- - - Haven giving the
sin '
Other financing is hoped to bring
I ario
$100,000-with the city's three ci I

banks furnishing loans. b
The main building will be HI
) M dome-shaped-an "orangehaIr'I'

: -with a minimum diameter of f''
\ 160 feet and heighth of 65 feet. tJ
Floor space will be about half
I an acre a
, i 1 Construction will be of con- 1

\ o icrete and aluminum, orange in I
+ t i color to carry through the cit- 1 1Isus

: v
,1' O |
Later, two smaller buildings, t.

wa ({similar to the main exhibtion
!hall will be built. The main
I Ibuilding will be selfcontainedand
,, .. .
until the other
will l suffice
I structures are completed -

I"' i scheduled a year apart, startling -
K. L. "D.ek" annnkauah see Family in 1966.Civil.


Let's get our I RightsCompromise

How to be smarter than your wifeon :

School Board

( the subject of Savings Bonds) Being SoughtWASHINGTON

(AP) The

with I behind-the-scenes search for a
Of course, there's no question about 5. Uncle Sam will give you a new moving . I first-step compromise went for

who's smarter at your house on most Bond free if: ANSWERS ward today as the Senate's

subjects But to remove any doubt as 0 You accidentally toss it in the 1.7\ years is correct. 'wordy floor battle over the

to who knows more about U S. Savings washing machine 2.. True. \V hat's more federal tax on House-passed civil rights bill
Q The neighbor's dog swallows it K: Bond interest m'ay be deferred I has called on the Senate to paw
Bonds, the Treasury Department whole until the Bond is redeemed BRUMBAUGH moved Into Its 31st day

presents this little quiz. You take it D A thief steals it >. (j'npra1l1.pea ln.-,true You must Although President Johnson
know all the b* either a resident; a citizen liv- jhas called on the Senate to
first so you'll answers leg. abroad pass
; or an employe of tb.
6. It's hard to redeem a Savings I civilian. the bill without change Republican
and then pop it on your spouse Great Bond. 4.P"Sh; of r the or fact i that Bond. R. L, "DICK" BRUMBAUGH has 3 children In I( Leader Everett M. Dirk-

for the morale Q true O false buying was nearlv-umverial during Polk County schools. Like most Polk County parents sen of Illinois\ said flatly there
the war :years, the correct answer I would be amendments.But .
1. A Series E Sayings Bond reaches 7. A Bond that costs $18.75 will: U 1903. he is greatly concerned because of our Dirksen, trying! to thread
5. You're right, no matter which an- School Board's lack of and
maturity in Grow and harmony
: n to $25 stop aver you checked. progress. |This way through sharp differences
n 5 years Q 7% years 0 10 years 0 Keep on growing if you don't. e. Falne. Any bank will redeem your among his GOP col.
cash it in E Bond anytime: after the two. DICK BRUMBAUGH realizes that, in order to (leagues, was much less definite

2. The money you earn from SavingsBonds 8. If you have a large Bond, you can 7.months'A Series holding E Bond period.till keep ,growing get our School Board moving, Polk County needs about, what the changes would

is exempt from state and cash in just part of it. for 10 years pant maturity.. Exten- a Board member from District 4 who can present: be.
local income taxes. *ion is automatic. 11 Russell Won't Comment
Q true Q false I g. True. If $100 Bond, for ',us' viewpoints intelligently and reasonably, and
true false I could
O Q instance, you Sen. Richard B. Russell
9. The k and I I ret tub for U who can the and from
20,000.an s other issuing iU current value, and have smaller gain cqoperation support D-Ga, leader of the Dixie
a. You have to be, an American to agents which sell Savings Bonds Bonds issued for the balance the other members of the BoordT forces, refused comment on the
buy U. S. Savings Bonds. don't charge Bond buyers a penny e.True Banks and other financial {amendments Dirksen Is working
institutions offer this valuable
for the service,
O true Q false service free Let's get our School Board moving with Ion. "We haven't seen them
Q true D false' True. A perfect example r, the I yet" he told reporters.

4. Americans owned more Savings 10. You can have somebody else buy Payroll Savings Plan. You can DICK BRUMBAUGH . A similar wait.and.see po-
buy Bond for ether I
people, too. Isition
Bonds in: your Bonds for you. In fact, they make excellent gift 35 years old. Married, 5 children Isistant has been taken by..-
1943 1953 D 1963 true false' Democratic Leader Hubert -
O O 0 n
S Honor Graduate, Kent University H. Humphrey, floor manager
(BS. Degree, Bus. Administration) of the bill. He has made

clear he will oppose weakeningany
Experienced businessman Civic leader
Keep freedom In future withU.S. essential features of the
your Member, 1 1st Baptist Church, L. Alfred. 'legislation.

Vice.President, Imperial Polk County Russell said he will offer an

SAVINGS BONDS Toastmaster's Club ,amendment providing that the
bill, if it is passed, will not become
e 1 Member, Lake Alfred Cty: Commission. effective unless it is approved

I by majority vote In a
national referendum

M 10 L fV'I "The people ought to be heard
: Member laced .f IRUMUIIGII "
Y@ before
change our form of
I,. V A tnmtmml doe net yebr Me elwM< y rw town ONMMwM (*.<.*, IV jw.eW. o-wc and IMt a.w..spa jar CWW.Mo Nf .. Public IsseructioeDneriee ,government," he said.

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;rill ( So, 0..1 Uct, 1gle. OSLO, Norway (AP) The

Norwegian Consumer Council

I has proposed that the govern

.. P... Me.) ment appoint a committee to
'" 1 investigate the effects of cig
arette advertising and the possibility -
( of a ban on It.
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. LAKELAND LEDGER Wednesday April 15, 1961 IS
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Commissionpproves _ ,
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Sunday .' .
c-p ."': e 4. .4 eS .b ... P'; J
.,'t r
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Pool Hall :;; ?. .
HoursINTER .r 4M IJ;.


( -tnIcdentaettlnj a to a family-type poolroom. -. .: '*')

decision, the The request, begun weeks .. "
| commission this morning ago by Mike Trabulsy to opena t'I STOCK MARKET FLASHES

fd approval of a unique poolroom under those conditions ..
Lest to amend city ordice had won approval of the I '
[ to allow Sunday open. board of adjustment and plan. NEW YORK' (AP-The stock American Telephone whose i ternational Paper was unchang.
I and admlssjon! of minors ning board. market edged higher in moderately annual meeting Is today rose ed at 34.

Amendments to city ordinances active trading at the opening '/ to I39>4 on 2,500 shares. On 1,000-share transactions

Juvenilesiven sections 18-14 and 18- today. Sears Roebuck gained % at Liggett ft Myers rose 1to 82
35 now read specifically: -r "r Changes of most key stocks 107ft on 2.200 shares and International Telephone was
Minors under 21 were narrow. unchanged at 59%.
may enter
Work and play at a poolroom where Opening blocks I Included: Ford opened on 7,500 shares Sperry Rand was off \'\ at
unchanged at 57.
no alcohol Is allowed for sale $ Chrysler up Y at 48% on 3,500 17% on 1,200 shares. American
or allowed to be carried on _shares; Standard Oil (New Jersey General Motors opened on Motors rose H at 16% on 1200.
\Sentences the premises, poolroom hoursin 7t4 ), up Vi at 88% on 3,600; and 4,000 shares up 1at 81%. Yesterday the Associated

-- a non-alcoholic establishment M Caterpillar, upi at 61% on On blocks of 2,000 shares Boeing Press average of 60 stocks rose

VINTER HAVEN Hard -will be allowed from 1 ___ 3000. was off 1at 43% and In- 9 to 304.7, a new high.
dr''01'1 city work crews for pm. to II p.m. on Sunday.
|turda>s is the punishment Considerable discussion led BLUE CHIPS

lied out to seven juveniles to the compromise with Com

Jio have admitted wanton missioner Hughes Steele holding
lopping down of trees and out for a 7 p.m. Sunday J : i THERE WAS ONE nice ITKEPI'MEINALOWTAx
Istructlon of sprinklers In they closing THIN6 ABOUT THeTOCS|

recently. Trabulsky objected saying tbu PICKED FORMEIN
With the parents present In that a hardship could ensue, 1963, gig lit rnr1'- BRACKET:

Is police station yesterday and he was backed by a member -
I tails of the punishment were of the audience who said NEW EMPLOYMENT OFFICE This If the n.w Winter HUll oH.c of Eke Florid. State

'irked out. that if juveniles were barred Employment ServK Th. buildin* which contain 4,700 square fast, will b* dtdiccttd In ctr*.

About $450 worth of trees from a well-run establishmentat n....I.. b9innint .t 11- o'clock $.-urdflf. Goor.. M. Simmoni-I I. Tanager of the office. ,,

id sprinkler heads destroyed an early hour they could -

Iv axes art to be replaced bye easily. find mischief elsewhere Bartow Youth Is InjuredIn Citrus Firm I .rs

parents and the youths ,.._..."""
1 ill put in four eight hour Stating "The city cannot
lork under regulate morals" Commissioner Bicycle-Auto Collision 'OJ.1Symbol
days a city fore- Adopts I
tun. Mrs. Virginia Foley : D /s *
Miller who has just won a
Reward SuggestedThe fight against vandals with the BARTOW John Percy best to travel home by way of
apprehension and Saturday- Thompson of 307 W, JosephineSt. the road. The Daily Investor I

situation came about hard-labor sentence of seven ., Lakeland a worker on a State Trooper L. M. Gerrell
Mrs The Florida Citrus Commis
hen Virginia Foley portion of State Road 60 under
said the two met head-on about
Miller, city champion of beau- destruction juveniles convicted of city trees of night and construction east of here got 1.3 miles east of here. sion's "0.J." symbol has been i t s By WILLIAM A. DOYLEQ. I And if you want to be sneaky

uficatlon complained of vanLlalism sprinkler systems suggestedthe off work last night and used Sd great was the Impact, adopted for Plymouth Citrus For those spouse who bout it, you don't have to tell
in Interlaken Park; she the roadway to drive home Products Cooperative, FrankJ must have secret for
11 p.m. closing Gerrell said, that the youth AMERICAN STOCK saving ( your spouse.
I Suggested a $100 reward for In other action the commission The roadway Is not open to was thrown from his bicycleinto Poitras general managerof I EXCHANGEAm.Elec their own security or as protection -
and conviction of the
(the ippreendlng culprits. referred to the city en traffic so Thompson did not the windshield of the car terday. cooperative said yes ................. 114 ; against extravagance of I Q. Why does anyone buy U.S.
gineer for future study a request suspect there would be any and knocked about 20 feet Poitras told I lames Eng .............. 22}; husband or wife) I offer the followIng Saving' Bonds? As you point
Meetings between Police to close an alley behind other vehicles on the road. from the auto. Homer E. Dorsey Corp ............. 6'j. I advice Buy Series E, out, you must pay Federal income -
[Chief Munsey Smith and City the Church of God between There was no way he could: With his throat cut from ear general manager of the Falcon Sea Dr ,,........, 10% I U.S. Savings Bonds and don't, tax on the Interest on those

( Manager C. C. Ryan ensued Farnol and 7th Street, SouthWest realize that at the same time to ear Thompson was rushedto commission the symbol would Gulf Am .................. 5% I ell your spouse. ,bonds when you receive that In.terest. -
followed by eventual arrest of This was previously David William Anderson 15, Lakeland General Hospital labels appear for soon on container Gulf Sulphur ............. 8j> I am sure this suggestion will You can do better by

I seven youths. approved by the planning of Bartow. would be riding his where emergency treatment and frozen both single strength Kratter .................. 8% I be helpful to many people (especially :putting your money In a saving
Ryan earlier had asked that board. bicycle on that same roadway. saved his life. An exploratory concentrated orange Redwing Carrier ......... lift I wives) who are trying account, where the Interest will

| the city have sole jurisdiction Rezoning ApprovedThe Anderson also knew that the abdominal operation was also The juice Stephan Co ............., 7'/J' I desperately to aave. Or do you'build up and you do not have
In the case rather than re- road was closed to traffic and performed on the youth last symbol-standing for Syntex ................... 79 I have any other suggestions? tet pay Income tax on that Inrent. -
feral to juvenile authorities In items for study Includea as there were no lights on his night a hospital official said "orange juice the Real Thing Tampa Elec ............. 25'/' A. From the tone of your letter Right?
Bartow His reason: "We possible easement for larger It would be from Florida"-will appearon Textron Inc ......... and
bicycle, thought and this morning he was listed .. 4% I others I can only make A. Wrong! Dead wrong)IWhere
want to put a stop to this city sewer lines which may be Plymouth' "Sealsweet"label the following have
in fair condition. (admittedly ungrammatical you been getting
on both six-and 12ouncecans OVER-THE-COUNTER
required by tentative construc
tion of apartment houses in Polk Board Takes No charges were placed of concentrate and on MUTUAL FUNDS ) observation.Some your information mismforma-
against Thompson G e rre I 11 spouses must be louses tion is a better word.
the the No 2 and 4 cans of single
[ Eagle LakeRegistration vicinity. said Damage was estimatedat Affiliated Fund .......... 878 Frankly It'.- The Interest paid on savings
for of lot strength juice Poitras said.
7 Requests block Villa rezoning Park Subdivision Steps To Back 1250 to his car while the Allco ....... .... .......... 7% 'have been accounts most certainly 1 18 subect \ .
from C. R 1 C-l bicycle Anderson was ridingwas Engravings Made Am Express ............. 43V! amazed by the to Federal income taxes.

approved, after -second to readingof was Road demolished. Gerrell was "We are In' the process of Auto Merch ... .. ......... 6914< amount of mall The Interest that Is paid on a
ordinance 921 Tarrytown assisted In his investigation by having the engravings made Chase: Man Bank ........ that has come In ::1i '1 savings account Is taxable a*
city relating
Set Eckerd's Drug ........... 18VI from wives who ', "
Friday to the rezoning and necessary Trooper George B. Welch and for our label and should have "ordinary income just as your
Fund ............ 1780 "
BARTOW County commis- the Fidelity have been hid. salary Is taxable
Lt, W, B. NorrisWinter new labels ready for use ,
LAKE7 amendment. voiced sioners yesterday took another once our present inventory Is Fla. Gas ...., ............ 10'/ ng savings and/ You are required to report
EAGLE I Commissioner Steele
Registrationday Fla. Pub. Util ........... 22V
toward construction of or stocks from + hat Interest each
step fairly well depleted he said year on
for beginners who will attend opposition to the action. the "Tarrytown Road" a long. Fla. Steel ................ 9'//. their husband Income your
"We believe In this return It
Eagle Lake ElementarySchool A public hearing regarding Haven effort by Fla. Tel. ................. 25>/ and you
discussed to provide a from bus been
project the Commission haven't doing so, the revenooers
next term will be held in closing of Avenue Q South to give the I
route from Lakelandto Fla.Tile ........,......... 13%, sands who have
the school auditorium on Friday West, between Sth and 7th quicker citrus Industry In Florida I are going to catch you
Founders Life ........ .... 9% been
from 8 to 8-30 a.m. for those Streets by Bordo Products and Ocala. Plans 'BikeSafety' something uniform In the way keeping flDOYLE sooner or later.
Gulf Life ... .............. S4i}, nanclat
with surnames from A to K and Coca Cola Bottling Companywas Commissioners passed a of a symbol for a citrus Incorp Invest ............ 7,67< secrets Last year for the first time
"resolution of necessity" for from their wives. banks and other financial Institutions
from 9;30 until It for those with approved upon recommendation . WeekWINTER product"New Inter County Tel ft Tel... 55
surnames from L to Z. of the city engineer the project and accepted appraisals ideas for th,,,,promotion Jackson Min Mart'.V J5/I Most( of these people are abm paying interest were required -
for the right-of.way of "0.J." I to run into big/ problem wit:h to report to the Internal
It is not necessary for the planning board with the provision during tha next Lewis Bus Forms ....... lt
child to be present at this time that the city reserves needed for the four-mile project H A V E N- "Bike several month will be presented Nationwide ...............qx 15'/ the Internal Revenue Servfcebecaulle -. Revenue all interest payment of
but the parent or guardian right for easement for utility which will go from. U.S. Safety Week" I la rolling full- by the advertisingstaff A. H. Robins ............. ?37'/ they have kept the!r NO or more to each person.r .
should bring the child'. birth purposes and further study 98 north to the Polk Sumter tilt here and will continue of the Commission durIng Taylor Inst ............... 47 tertificate and immunization will be made on administrative County line.Sumter until Saturday when a roundup a meeting Friday mornIng T.V. Elec Fund .......... 8.23] spouses but also from the IKS. the new taxpayer numbering
record according to Mrs. Bea- costs for closing and possible County has started bike rodeo will decide In Orlando of the Commis Trans Gas Pipe Line ,..., 21'. Through the use of the new,, system give the IRS an easy

trice R. Wimberley principal reimbursement of these construction of Its part of the who' Winter Haven's best sion' advertising and merchandising Travelers ................. 49% "taxpayer numbering system' way of checking up on all interest
Mrs. James Roden chairman by affected property owners. two-county project which will young biker.Sponsored. committee.Newsman United Ilium ...-... ....... 391/ and data processing equipment, payments and such thing
and Mrs. Floyd Sheffield cochairman At press time a public hear- route Lakeland.to-Ocala: traf- by the city police Universal Foods..',....... .29 the revenooers are going to II dividend payment to stock-
of the Eagle Lake ing was beginning concerning fic across State Road 50 Into department and the Optimist catch all these tax cheats. All holders.Q. .
Elementary School Pre-School Avenue G street Improvements Wildwood. Club the special program will Leaves NEW YORK honest taxpayers Should greet

Roundup Committee of the PTA and parking prohibitionon Commission Chairman Wil- include the nine elementary STOCK EXCHANGE his with loud cheers and, perhaps Please settle this argument

will be in charge of the regis- Lake Howard Drive from mer McCutcheon estimated the schools in the Winter Haven Indonesian Jail Latest 11 a.m. a few laughs once and for all. If I own 100
tration. 16th. Street to Avenue G. road In the planning stage area, where all bicycles will Close Price Now your suggestion Is hon- shares of stock and that stock
-- --- ----- -- - -- -- for several years and budgetedin be given a safety inspection JAKARTA (AP) Foreign I st-at least as far a* taxes 18 split two for one, how many

the current budget will cut and a bicycle road test through correspondent Robert K. McCabe Air Reduction 58% are concerned. When you own shares do I then own?
6 Girls Who Fled Ocala 11 or 12 miles off the distanceto Thursday. of Newsweek who was Alden 293 NS Series E, U.S. Savings Bonds, I A. A* this column has noted
student will be
1- Delila. Three selected jailed for 28 hour on chargesof Allegheny Ludlum of41,4 44 you are not required to report often a two-tor-one split doublesthe

Prison Caught In Polk Policy NotedCommissioner schools from to fly each their of the school nine subversion this week, left Jakarta -Allied Chem 58 !i8W the Interest until you redeemthe number of thares. If you
also were today for his bate in Allied Stores 61% 611,4 bonds Until you cash the own 100 share before a two
rodeo be heldat
colors: in the to
presented with a letter from Hong Kong. Am Bosch Ho/s NS E bonds, you don't have to tell one split you would own 200
BARTOW-Six bruised and Wales, the girls wandered the State Road Department, Winter Haven High McCabe was arrested by In. Am Cyanamid 61 ClAm the IRS. shares after the split.
All of the 27 finalists will
sunburned escapees from the around through orange groves which stated it Is not the donesian military police after Home Prd 67% ti71,4
Florida School for Girls at in the area for several hours. SRDs "policy" to establish receive a trophy and the rodeo Ms editors Am Hospital 23 NS
winner will win in writing an advisory to fated II a.m. Latest II
a plaque
Ocala were captured yester Their bedraggled appearance school tones in areas like this first annual event. The saying there might be widespread Am Mach Fdry 1811 18% Close Price Clone Price
day after they led the sheriff finally led residents In the Santa Fe High School east of violence in Jakarta on Am Metal Prd 21/ 213.
plaque will rotate to the win- (
department's bloodhounds and area to report the girls wanderings Lakeland. ning school each until a the day President Sukarno Am Motor 16% 16 / IBM 586 587Va Sears 107}, 107*
deputies on a merry chase to the sheriff depart. Commissioner Aldine Com school: wins three year in spoke at a rally for anti-Malay Am Res Dev 24'A NS int Harvester 701/s 711'A Shattuch 17'4 NS
for about five hours. ment DeReus said. bee had requested the,depart succession sia volunteers last Monday Am Seating 365: NS IMC 93%, NS Sinclair Oil 44}% NS
Four of the girls were cap.. According (lo DeReus. all ment to run a urvey to de. Am Tobacco 3011a 30%,Int Mill" Chem 69 89* Socony 70}% 71 ,
tured early yesterday after six girls ages 18 and 17, termine the feasibility of slow Am Tel Ie Tel 1391139% Int Paper 34 34 S.C. Eleo A Gas 55'1 S5%

noon Just south of Lake Wales were barefooted and were ing traffic in that area. Lakeland/ High Yearbook Ampex l71A l7'A Int Tel & Tel 59% 59% Southern 55'/' 55't
by Deputies Gene Este and dressed In an assortment of However the road depart Aria Pub Ser 35133% Jones & Laughlin 77 77 Sperry Rand 17s 1 17%

Jesse Massey and the two clothes ranging from shorts went did recommend school Armco Steel 75175 Kelsey !!ayes 35 351/ Spiegel 331/. 337E
others were apprehended a and men's shirts to a nightgown officials use the east drivewayat Dedicated To Ralph/ GressRalph Atcha top 28t26% Kimberly Clark 63% 64KerrMcGee Std Oil Cal 61 V, 62%
Dundee the Catholic school as an AU Resin 5/1 58 36r. 369. Std Oil. Ltd 67* 118
short time later near
The four 16-year-olds were entrance drive and the west H. Gress chemistry books which date back to 1914 Auto Can IH 14% Korvette 301 1 30Va Std Oil N.J. 683869'
Escaped Monday picked up yesterday afternoon driveway as an exit teacher at Lakeland Senior when the first publication the Avco 22% 22%I lear-Siegler 13% 13% Sunray Oil 30'} 30
Tenn Gas t Trans 22
J E by officials from the Also yesterday commissioners Beneficial 52 52 ILllgette & 8l U 11'/,
Chief Criminal Deputy High School today receivedthe crescent with Dr. James Boul- Myerl ;. Texaco 745e 74
DeReus said the six girls escaped school'. However the two passed a resolution of highest honor members of ware as editor made It* appearance Beth Steel 37 3714 Litton Inds 761705/ Texas Gulf Sul 30'/ 30%
28 28'4
from the school Mon. older girls were lodged over sympathy for the family of the class could bestow upon Blaw-Knox Lone Star Gu 23 23Ya Tidewater 351NS

day night and hitchhiked to night In the county Jail and Robert B. Huffaker former him when the Highlander stu Members of the editorial Borg-Warner of7'A 1010y 47V. Loral Elec 7"7% Tractor Sup 21 NS

Lake Wales. were scheduled to be returnedto State Attorney who died Mon. dent yearbook was dedicatedto staff besides Pace are Susan Brunswick 46 46'A P, Lorrillard 49150 'Union Bag 313Sy'\

After arriving in Lake Ocala later today,---_day. him f Upshaw Steve Davies, Sherry Burroughs Burlington 23'1. 23Y. ,Madison Fd 19Y. 19% Union Oil 79)' 79%
Seniors selected the science Burkhart. Bunny Meredith Cat Tractor 61'1 61% Magnavox 40140% Union Pac 914 ly'
teacher as the member of the Denette McConnell Dan Coop Celanese 69%, 69% Marguardt 111'A NS'' Union Tank 41' 42

faculty whom they wished to er, Brooke Peterson Eddie Chemetron 21! % 280/. Martin Marietta 19 19 United Fin 304. :toVJ
honor this year In a senior bal. Phillips Ralph Sargeant Linda Chen Ohio no/ 71% McCrory 1H NS United Fruit 22122%
lot election The Identity of Sean Barbara Slade and Chrysler 41! % 41YeCin McKesson of3% 44 U. S. Inds 10'/' JO%

the person they chose was not Susan Osburn Gas Elec 26/1 26% Merck 114 l15'A' U. S. Rubber 51 507%
revealed until the dedication Members of the business Cities Ser 67 67Ye Minn. Hnwl 12o% 12114 U. S. Steel 56% 56%

service in the gym this morn- staff, other than Miss Futch. Coca Cola 127 127/ MMM 66166, % Upjohn 52152( %
are Ann Harwood, Lucy Muter Colgate Poll 41ye/ of2 Mont, Ward 37 375/ Venda 17*. NS

Ing.At the same program, Rich Lola Ottmger Donna Ren- Collins Rad 181A 18'1.' Nat Biscuit 61 61e Warner.Lambert 28'/' 289E
ard Pace was announced as froe Lynn Smith Donna Walk Columbia Gas 29% 29% Nat Can l6% 16% W. Air Brake 35% 35%

editor of the publication and er, and Dianne Watson Com Credit 41 41 Nat Dairy 73'13' % Westlnshouxe 34'/ 34%
Eleanor Dutch as business Miss Hazel Heley Is adviser Con Edison !l6'4' 86 Nat Fuel 32132' lis Wmn Dixie 29', 297/t

manager. Both of these are to the editorial staff and Mm Con Foods 50% 51114 Nat Gypsum 49'4 049'11 Woolworth ASh 85%
honorary titles granted to one Maxine Mcintyre of the busi Consumer l'r 45146% Nat Tea U34 m.NlaMohlwk Xerox 91 929
member from both the edito- ness staff Cont Can of71A 471-i Sly' Sly' Zenith Karl! 82 821/3

rial and business staffs In commendation Cont all 65 fI.4% Okla Gas "Elec Zn 27 Occidental 25 23%
for their outstand Ctrl Data 88 8914 Outboard Marine 181h 18% Jim Walter 34'%: :l4

0 ing work this year.Annfversary Com Prds 65% 64h Pac Gas Ie Elec 31% 31Ye
Crown Cork 3314 331,4 Pan Am Sulphur 32732% Power
Observed 3091 Struggle
Curtiss-Wright 19% 19y' Parke Davlll 301fa
Pace Is the son of Mrs. S. Den Rio R R 201A NS Penney J, C. 51 51 I
P Pace 52 Lake Hunter De Sots Chem 22 21'Y PepsI Cola S2 519. Seems Under Way
Drive. He Is completing his Dr. Pepper 32Y. 32Y. Pfizer 47141 ,

second year on the staff in the Dresser Inds 30'h 3014Du Phillip Phila Elec Morris 32 8J% 329 8414 CALCUTTA India (AP) A
capacity of picture editor Miss Pont 260'h 2601A
Futch is the daughter of Mr. Eastman Kodak 127% 127% Phillips Pet 8191 51 power struggle appear underway
and Mrs. A. Brooksey Futch Gamble Skamo 35% NS Phelpht Dada 13 731 In the little Himalayan

Sr, Route 5, This I Is her third aa PaC 68f 58% Pit Piper Plate Air Glass 69 49% 49 19 kingdom of Bhutan, where Premier .

j year a* a member of the Gen Elec 859 i 85% Proctor II Gamble I.fYa 84 Jigme Dorjl was assassinated

staff. Gen Foods 88sGen 89 Pub Srt E G J 13 74' April 3.
The 335-page book which observed Inst 131NS Pure on 44% 44%. The arrest Monday of the
the 50th anniversary of Gen Motors 81% 81% Raybestoe Man 401463/
the publication will be distributed Gen Tel & Elec 351A 35% Rep Steel 44i" of44 deputy army (commander Gen.

to student subscribersthis Gen Time 129. 12% R. J. Reynolds 4"Ya 50% Chapda Namgyal Bahadur in
afternoon at the annual. lid Gen Tire 25% NS Reynolds Met 421E. 42-!) connection: with Dorji'a murder,

signing party In the gym The Gillette 3214; 320/ Rhod Sel Trust 8% 8% I was seen as part of a move by
NOT EXERCISING Th.,'. C.. ty CMMilll.nIP ." T..k dem.esh.ting .11.1.. book Is bound in a white leather W R (;race 561 1 f Jli i ll 1 R C Cola 797. 70 Bhutan's
lee 'is fdl..t .h.I.n. The Fictar w.. ....... daring a NUlit trig lacket with accents of gold Great A P tea 19',. 19'/4'''S"rewllY Stores 61"_ til: ruler Maharaja

IHI'S. .., .daigasd Ci.il Mf....11.. ..'h.,;.... s.i. th.t .... loser, wloic" .1.. C'" .h. .p...',,, hr a The fly leaf features in coloran i Greyhound 54i4!! S'sl,Scott Paper \7': 371sl Hwanthuk. to assert his authorit -

.."..,". celli" cirellI. .......h Sir t. a."I 100 p.n.as I. f.II..t shalt.. .. array of high school year. RALPH II. GRhSS Grummlll 4I'/J' Seaboard Air R of614' 46%! '.

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II LAKELAND LEDGER Wednesday. April IS. 1MI : ; IssUJ

I I -ICI '"KEEP-- YOUR EYE ON Candidates! Discuss Civil Rights

I I 3 EDITOR'S NOTEr The six they opposed any forced de legislation on a state level state or every community, nor transact business with any!
,\ :' THE ROAD AHEAD"WOODS Democratic and three Republican segregation.Here In addition, I believe that the can we expect all people of er Is contrary to the contractual -

OA candidates for governor are the positions of the Negro will make more lubItantlal all communities to move at system of offer and to.
of deliberate
of Florida responded to an gain on a basis of the same rate
Unlvlmaul candidates on the question of must meet ceptance which is the founds
s Associated Press request for with free en speed Each of us
what to do about desegregation "
individualsand tion of free enterprise,
) their positions on seven maJor terprise than he will when this problem as
3100 : NOTES . Issues lacing the next ad : armed by legiiatlon! which must be reasonable, prac H. D. (Bob) Foster of Fort
I duriit ministration. Each Issue and Democrats gives the proprietor no free ticable and honest with himself Myers Beach: "I
\, men! Imperial Polk Count, road program hoi received the candidate's viewpoints Mayor Haydon Burns of choice. I would protect ''the All the people of Florida that aU citizens are recognize
Thl will be discussed: In separate Jacksonville: "I am opposedto right of the picket must move forward together entitled to
the peaceful
itudigreet e highest praise . existing plant dispatches. Today's installment the public accommodationssection line" for if even one of us is held equal protection under the lay!
: of the civil rights legislation back then all of us lose a within free
for the future will make the best even better! discusses desegregation. Mayor Robert King High of our enterprise ly*
cand now pending in Congress little" tem. I do not Interpret this
wino TALLAHASSEE (AP) Although I would be vigorously Miami: 'If the Congress
civil bill and Kelly Gives Views to mean that any man should
passes a rights
Florida is fast becomIng opposed to such bill offered -
any be given a right at the
the President signs It into law, of Lake- IX.
a cosmopolitan state with in the Florida Legislature Sen. Scott Kelly of
I will as governor enforcethe 'I personally opposed pense depriving another 01(
in land am
accompanying changes social I regard such legislation :
I the law. I believe every citizen to compulsory integra some present right which includes
thinking question of
Win With Woods as interference with private
'. racial desegregation remains enterprise. As to voting. of Florida has the rightto tion. All citizens should have the right of a property
vote. All citizens should exercise the owner to the free entel'oprlse
issue in the equal rights to
a key governor'scampaign I know of no barrier to the
have equal opportunities in of citizenship; of ,his own Judgment
there responsibilities
Bc-elcct . Floyd Woods Only one candidate, Mayor Negro should,be and none.certainly" education finding work and and all of us should have the and the enjoyment "of any
Improving themselves" held by him.
Robert King High of Miami Former Sen. Fred 0, (Bud) right to choose our
Fred of Volusla Charles
Rep Karl
Rep Holley of .
to desegregate pj.Delias
took the outright position that Dickinson of West Palm The movement
Vote "
Commissioner Dist. 1
County Countywide County: 1 oppose forced integration motels and restaurants County: "Integration it
he would enforce any civil: Beach: "I am opposed to the '
P.1. Ad. Pd. W el.d Weed. C.m..ft "yft. "roft., w_.. "....u.., rights law enacted by Congress public accommodations por in ani situation I through federal legislation is a social and not a govern
am opposed to outside intervention
on our right mental question The
tion of the pending federal an infringement only
The LEDGER Want Ads Call MU 6-1151 To Place Your Ad The others hedged on the civil rights legislation and or The threats same yardstick of intervention to own and control private problem in this area Is maintaining .

In This Active Market Place. point _somewhat_while saying would be opposed to similar I I cannot be applied to every property The Negro populace law and order, and r
i the desired social would not hesitate
- can gastatus n to do fo,
through economic and I can see no more Justifies

Donors UnableTo educational achievement"Sen tion for disobedience of our
John Mathews of Jacksonville laws by race demonstrationsthan
: "Florida must, at by any other type of demonstrations .

,, ; .:' .',H .J i :. ,:..u t'f: ""' " i . ' "' ' 'N Locate all costs avoid some of the I cannot and t
,:,;, .J," I,. [ . 'ie1r("d ....Mi, __,. ? ........rs I pitfalls into which our neigh- will not go along with the destruction
,, .. boring states have fallen. It of the basic constitutional

,.. Fire VictimsSeveral door to the
: I' ". would close the right of a man to do
.', \ r' t a'". '. ( .. new industries we are court business with and have In hi
;\ : It would seriously affect
persons wishing to Ing. home those chosen by him'
our tourist economy. It would
,. .' donate clothing to a family
/ ..-.1> :,'t I whose belongings were wipedout hurt our state in the eyes ofthe
situation must
, : : (:{: , said by they fire were Saturday unable to afternoon find the., never nation be allowed to develop SHOP
/ 1/'" J home yesterday. that will produce riots or the
closing of a public school The
/ The family lived on North
governor who can keep the WARNOCK'SFor
/ Wabash Avenue, and neighbors
r lines of communications open
said clothing could be delivered between the races, and who Lakeland's Best
I i. or sent to E. R. Cason, Box
will communities to setup
L.c ' 2740 N. Wabash Ave., who lived
+ a biracial co imittee to air FURNITUREBUYS
', next door to Claud Kouchs grievances before they ex-

eight-member family.To plode, can do this,"
get to the Cason home its Republicans:
necessary to travel on Tenth EVERY NITE
psi Ken Folks of Orlando "Any
until it intersects North I
Wabash law compelling one person toM

i It ,, / ,y Confusion came about lien TILL 9 P.M.

a err!+ drivers attempted to find North MONDAY THRU FRIDAY
Wabash Avenue by way of Memorial
Boulevard lID 302 I, M.morl.l' BM
thIJ ( end Ky AY..
The central collection point MU 2-2222
I. about half a mile north of

Tenth Street. _< ._f*<. ."v, kr_CandddH. .
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+,;ht t )%, % K our children need.

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: .. e 46 years old. . Happily married, 21 years . Two children

., {.,. : :: e President, Lakeland Shrine Club . Past Pres., Frostproof

: : ; f Rotary Club . ;; former director, Mulberry Kiwanis Club
Only Southern "Good-Bye" to Hog lard with
says C Deacon, First Presbyterian Church of Lakeland

BILL READ . an educated educator

I r e Bachelor of Science Degree In Education, University of TampaMaster's


: e Degree In Education New York University

e Additional study at Florida Southern University and U. of Florida


i BILL READ .'. an experienced teacher and educational administrator


i e Valuable classroom teaching experience in elementary and high

1 schools and college

e Principal, Mulberry Elementary School; Mulberry High School;

;: Winston Elementary School, Lakeland

Florida's First Real Breakthrough in Bread-baking! e schools 8 years Supervising Principal, Frostproof and Kathleen area

BILL READ . a highly respected leader In hIs profession
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{'' e Included among offices Bill Read has held:

I ; SOUTHERN BAKERIES is the first major ". President
Principals Group, Polk County
:' Florida baker to say "good,bye" to hog lard! -President, Polk County Physical Education Association

sti X"> In its breads Southern puts only pure: poly*. 't.. -President, Ridge Conference Athletic League

-";? unsaturated all'vegetable oil- three times I : :,. --Polk County Representative on Florida Council On

higher in preferred polyunsaturates than Elementary Education

ordinary bread. Long used in cakes this

more expensive pure all-vegetable oil makes : BILL READ will bring harmony back Into our Polk County School

I ?, ,I a S f Southern bread truly, "the bread we bake System by restoring between the Superintendent's office and
. the Polk County School Board, teachers and parents.
t. like cake." Yours today in Southern popuI I : \

; ; lar .madC'With-buttermilk and Tender MiX. : And, BILL READ will effectively serve all of Polk County not asa

...,. breads at no increase in price I ( !' i ; ,.:.. politician, but as a respected, impartial educational administrator.

., Yes, our children need BILL READ .
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I Style r Soup Serves Busy Family In A HurrySpring LAKELAND LEDGER

Pork Steaks arrives and membersof eat at his or her convenience HERBED TURKEY Lakelander

the family continue their: Slice Italian bread for a "go- VEGETABLE
MealsPork merry, hectic schedules . ,.: Pledger TrainerJohn
Vary with a change of stimulus' with" and serve a selection of 1 tablespoon finely sliced

J Johnny has baseball practice crunchy relishes. A dessert of green onion A. Harrison, too of Mr
is a favorite meat inmost Betty Is planning the spring rhubarb and cookies can conclude 2 teaspoons butter or and Mrs. W. H. Harrison 1S07

households and roasts, prom. Mom has a nomination the meal.VEGETABLE margarine S. Lincoln Ave., has been named
1 can ((10% ounces) condensed I
'i chops and spareribs appear regularly committee meeting, and Dad Is SOUP ITALIANO Pledge Trainer of the Beta PI
turkey vegetable
on family menus. However utilizing the last hours of day soup chapter of Tau "'appa Epsilon
light to 2 slices (I ounce) prosciutto 1 soup can water
work in the
sometimes you will wantto .yard. fraternity at the Georgia Institute -
: ,; < prepare pork In a new fashion Supper self-service style, lethe ham, cut in 1-Inch strips Dash oregano of Technology.
..4 perhaps selecting a cut perfect answer on these V4 cup sliced celery In saucepan, cook onion in I A 1962 graduate of Lakeland
not served as frequently. bright days. What is easier or '/ teaspoon oregano, crushed butter until tender. Add remaining ,Senior High School he Is also
Pork steaks present one fine more nourishing than a main 1 tablespoon butter or ingredients. Heat to a member of the Phi Eta Sigma
I t L opportunity for variety. The dish of soup. Canned condensed margarine boiling; simmer a few minutes scholastic fraternity; is presi-
... steaks are generally in less de- soups make the meal a breezeto 1 can (10% ounces) condensed Makes 2 to 3 servings. dent of the Southern Area Student
air mand and come from the shoulder prepare as in this Vegetable vegetarian vegetable soup Council of YMCA and vice
section. They are available Soup Itallano. Canned condensed 1 soup can water PROCLAMATIONTALLAHASSEEGov president of the Tech YMCA;
as blade steaks with the vegetarian vegetable soup of- Grated Parmesan cheeseIn and has earned a place on the
'II I I19 flat blade bone or as arm 1 fers a tasty start with its flavorful saucepan, brown ham and Farrls dean's list
steaks with the small round' broth and host of garden cook celery and oregano In but- Bryant has proclaimed the weekof ------ --- --

" arm bone. vegetables. Thinly sliced strips ter until celery Is tender Add April 19.35 as Youth Temperance
A preparation idea that's new: of proscuitto ham. sliced celery soup and water. Heat stirring Education Week In Florida ,
Is to cook the meat In the italian and grated Parmesan cheese now and then. Garnish with / /
fp/ and urged "all citizens of this
.r manner as Pork Steaks give it an Italian flavor. cheese. Makes 2 to 3 servings
s.t italiano. The suggestion comes With a kettle of this great Or, vary the family menu state consider the matter of AEROSOLFUMIGANT
from Reba' Staggs, meat cook-I soup simmering on the range, with another vegetable soup youth temperance education as
e'C ery expert, and the steaks each member of_the family I can like this: a year around project. Lk.
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r braise in a spicy tomato sauce. - - _
On top of each goes a green
pepper ring and a slice of Moz- rk i
zarella cheese. What a populardish 3 ROMAN SaverS
COMBINE dates with veal cutlets In this tasty main dish. A vegetable and salad complete this is destined to be.

I 4 pork arm or blade steaks, to get rid of
cut H to !i inch thick ANTS
Dates-Sweet And NutritiousThat 2 tablespoons lard or drippings 16ls ROACHES

U teaspoon salt
Kllli Cloy Tkki. lllv.rfilt) ..4
plump date that's so I veal in H cup hot butter until cutlets Add leftover flour to l\ teaspoon pepper .'h., Hyl s 4 .....11.. I....'.,
pleasant to pop in your mouth I drippings stir well. >4 teaspoon Italian seasoning ;
nicely browned turning once pan ; Slowly .tetle flllS tNTIII HOUSE WITH SUO
' has probably travelled half way and adding butter as needed. add remainder of milk; cook V\ teaspoon basil k k KIUINO "FOG WHIll YOU snot
: around the world. until mixture thickens and '/4 cup water Ol VISITI
Dates are the fruit of the Remove to heated platter. Heat comes to a boll. Add parsleyand 1 can ((8 ounces) tomato N. 1u1 .,.. Ab.It.Ip
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Date Palm, tall remainder of butter saute
a shaggy trunk ; lemon and 4 slices Mozzarella cheese
Juice !Immediately
pour I... M r. fi, *>.?.. ft (wnllvAVAIIAIU ...
ree that grows approximately bacon, almonds, and dates: over meat. 4 green pepper rings, cut IN TWO IIZI1i
100 feet tall and thrives in the about 5 minutes. Sprinkle over Makes 6 servings. 1 inch thick APAITMINT ft IN ALL HOMI till I
dry, alkaline soil of the Middle Brown steaks In lard or drip-I R0 1A ROMAN a. Ie 5,000 alit lust II.fl.l
East. After the palm flowers pings. Pour off drippings. Sea-I I IIDIOOM HOMt alit I II
the dates borne in Faealc ROA'now.wenw.l ta 10000 I wbl <.. MM I
are 10-40 son with salt, pepper, Italian '/ u. !
pound bunches; a good tree Can You Name Beef seasoning and basil. Mix water CLaANRe
producing about 200 pounds offruit. and tomato, sauce and add to
meat. Cover tightly and cook ImJ3D Sold at Drug, Garden

The fruit is picked and pas Cuts For ? slowly 30 minutes. tt tt10 ,.,. Supply, Hardware and
,teurized. Because it's a naturally Roasting Top each steak with a slice 1tOtt 11o t leading Grocery stores
dried fruit it will keep of Mozzarella cheese, then with dt e
'Up to two years without any a green pepper ring. Cover e tldhu Mla. .r Pt Ch.mlc.li' Inc.,
special type of storage. I Tender, Juicy mouthwatering Insert a meat thermometer so and continue cooking 30 minutesor i, Miami, tie.
And we discovered a fact roast beef, perhaps broughtto that the bulb rests In the centerof until done. Four servings.
,, that should interest the waist-' the table artistically gar. the roast but not in fat or on
line watchers. The sugar in nlshed with broiled mushrooms bone.
dates spells eating at its finest what Roast In a slow
:C | is invert sugar which oven (300' to -----------
meads' it is utilized ImmedIately 'ever the occasion. But when it 325' F) until the meat therm- ---
comes to selecting beef for ometer registers 140' F. for / ++sii
51 Chances are you're familiar roasting, are you really certain rare, 160' F for medium and
:with.dates in quick breads and which cuts to choose? 170' F for well-done. j
muffins and they're good inalads. Beef can be divided into two Mushroom Garnish
: Their rich sweet flavor categories . tender and less You'll enjoy a delicious fresh
Jalso makes them very compatible tender , and the cooking mushroom garnish for the roast
with mild flavored meats method follows accordingly. ,The beef platter
poultry I Here's a recipe less-tender cuts require moist Try Deviled Mushrooms, prepared -
Iud combines dates with thin heat braising in a covered uten by stuffing the centers or
,\ cutlets and a tasty almond sil to be tender when served 6 large mushrooms with a 2%
2 sauce. Uncovered ounce can of deviled ham. Broil
Roasting that is cooking the 8 to 10 minutes then sprinkle
;e |E INTERNATIONAL DATE VEAL meat uncovered In the oven, is with chopped parsley,
( very thin veal cutlets
recommended only for the ten-
(about Vi-inch thick) :
der beef : '
roasts. And which are ,
|.l/3 steaspoon cup flour salt these? Traffic Crash ; _
Of course you can name
A ;'/i teaspoon paprika standing and rolled rib roasts,
: 1 milk Injures Farley
cup rib eye or Delmonico roasts and
I tablespoons butter or mar- beef tenderloin. But some cuts
l garine from the round may also be KEARNY NJ. (AP-Jamo IfwL
4 ounces Canadian bacon, roasted. If the meat Is very A. Farley, 72, former'' Democratic 47
( , \ chopped (approx. 1 cup) high quality with ample marbling national chairman and
j.12 tablespoons split blanched : First postmaster general In
through the lean,' the following :G+ ..J :
*s almonds cuts qualify; sirloin tip President Franklin D. Roose- t4
S 1 cup pitted dates, cut lengthwise roast, (sometimes called short velt's Cabinet suffered a
Mr sirloin, top sirloin or sirloin II bruised l left wrist In a traffic
W- 2 tablespoons chopped parsley butt), standing rump and rolled accident
, '',': 2 teaspoons lemon juice rump. I A taxicab In which Farleywas
: Combine flour, salt, and pap- Roasting ProceduresTo riding was hit from the
"rika. Measure '/i cup milk; dip cook beef cuts by roasting rear by an automobile on the
"; .i each piece of veal into it and place the meat fat side up on New Jersey Turnpike Sunday
4g .J!hen---"Into flour.. mixture.. Saute _a rack in an open roasting pan l[night, police said

t- ,' 1 Hearty Beef Flavor Is I sr t \\I\ sI

- 1 Often Found In Pot Roast 11.17

-* Sometimes an Inexpensive cut toes, which you can cook in the Brown meat In Its own fat In r #

*cf beef can taste even better same pot as the meat to absorb large Dutch oven. Mix remain- JK Y

.,than the finest steak , and flavor On the side, serve hot Ing ingredients except flour and d''T L4)f
pour over meat. Cover and simmer .
don't have to be biscuits, chilled, cooked
i you a highly asparagus
I 2% to 3 hours or until meat
, | skilled cook to work the neces- In vinegar , and one of is very tender. Remove to heat- f M '
wary magic. All it takes are a the new flavors of gelatine des ed platter while making gravy. 4rP A
few easily obtainable flavoring sert topped with whippedcream. Pour liquid into a 4-cup
, ingredients . and several measure; let stand until fat risesto
hours of moist cooking for tend OLD WORLD POT ROAST top. Remove fat and return IMiI
j erness. 5 to t pounds beef roast (round, 3 Tablesp. to Dutch oven. BlendIn b{
I,'; The extra hearty flavor of this rump or boneless chuck flour, Add enough water to
.; i "..."old world pot roait" comes 2 (8-oz( ) cans tomato sauce liquid to make 3 cups. Stir into \.d .4
. t ''from everyday cupboard staples I cup sliced pitted ripe olives flour mixture. Cook stirring constantly -
f savory canned tomato sauce, 2 Tablesp. lemon Juice until gravy thickens.
, rich ripe olives, a bit of lemon 1 teasp. sugar Serve over meat slices. Chill
juice for tartness and cinnamon 2 teasp. salt left-over meat and gravy; use
... for spice Intrigue. 1 teasp. cinnamon later in Spicy Beef Stew,
Serve with carrots and pota- 3 Tablesp. flour t Makes 4 servings.
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have received about our new Golden Circles Bread. spring wheat flour. This gives it that honest to-goodness

I We knew Golden Circles was special. Actually, it is flavor, the kind only rich ingredients can give, and the

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

all our years of baking have we received so many warm We added pure cane sugar because this helps to make

R .. 1zr h and wonderful letters from women about a loaf of bread. for tenderer crusts and better toast. ;

.r We knew when we made Golden Circles that it was Next time you shop pick up a loaf of Golden Circles

not just another round bread-we planned it that way. We and see if you don't feel like writing us a letter about it,

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I ''LTi@i Having A .

I i Burns Blifzers Will OrganizeThe

organizational meeting of'gubernatorial campaign by a 4G Fresh/ Vegetable Kabobs .

the Polk chapter of the Burns group of Jacksonville businessmen

Bliuers Club will be held FrIday better burgers Kabobst
The formation of the club In this electlod year, Open- mind for making
1 pound medium-size mush.
evening at the Burn campaign
came about as a result of motorcades Air Burgers will win by a land- : rooms, stems removed
headquarters, 203 East through Florida cities I If possible, try to purchase .
slide. Juicy hamburgers, still 2 green peppers, cut In 2 Inch
I Lemon SLThe in campaigns supporting Hay freshly ground beef. If
club, just beginning in don Burns, who is now a gubernatorial sizzling from the charcoal grill, you do buy packaged hamburger 24 small white onions, cooked
are always popular outdoor be bright
Polk County, was started In candidate. the beef should in boiling salted water for
Jacksonville In 1960 during the Members of the Jacksonville fare and are better than ever red. 10 minutes

i chapter of the club report a accompanied by tasty Vegetable .I a Handle 0 with care. Too 2 tomatoes, not too ripe, cut
The 40 cottage owners and total state membership of "more Kabobs much grinding, kneading or In 8 wedges
tome 3,000' persons who hold than 15,000 persons" tIR :: '- .yra. What makes the burgers best mixing makes the burgers more Salad oil or melted butter
title of a 15-mile section of The club in Polk Is being dIrected of kind Is their juiciness and compact and therefore less Juicy. Salt
l Assateague Island, Md., are by businessmen Dudley flavor To make tha burgers Break up the meat in a mixing Ac'cent
I opposing federal acquisition of Borders and Tom Garland and, more Juicy, and succulent, add bowl with a fork only enough to Alternate mushrooms, green
t the Island for a national sea to date, 62 persons have become a little liquid to the ground beef'distribute evenly the liquid and pepper pieces, onions and tomato .
shore. members of the "Blitzers. mixture. Since the flavor of seasoning wedges on 8 skewers
beef Itself Is so delicious, the
a If you are toting ham Brush with salad oil. Grill 4 to
simplest with the burgeris
way 5 I \inches from
the besLCombine burgers to a camp site, you can glowing coals
the ground beef make them up ahead of time. about 20 minutes, turning and

only with salt, a dash of Worcestershire Add the seasoning to the meat, besting with oil occasionally
with lilt and
sauce and monosodium shape into patties and wrap Sprinkle Ac'centand
glutamate. This adds them individually In aluminum serve immediately.
I Store the burgers in the Yield: 4 to 8 servings
no flavor of Its own but brings foil.
out all the full, natural "beefy"flavor ,freezer and simply pack them
'oCD of the meat and makes still frozen Into the picnic bas
ket. They will keep cold and '
K the burgers seem Juicier. SandwichesFind
... ?))),P c R I Here are a few tips to keep in fresh until it is time to grillthem.
R '
I .'! ," EGG o4 ', .
,1.'t' A ., _,' BURGERS ARE BETTER THAN EVER and the secret of making better burgers ,Is In I Sheep Goofs The kabobs are made with
o _-_ .. .; flavor Serve Open-Air Burgers with fresh Vegetable Kabobs for a perfect Cookout.SCHALIER'S mushrooms, green peppers,, ; Way
Giving Skins small onions and tomato wedges,
and are perfection with the

I II For FashionNEW burgers. After the kabobs are
I the Ac'cent I Into Menus
I grilled, sprinkle on
COOPERS SAPP'SGrocery -and see how it brings out al
YORK (NEA-The the fresh garden flavor of the
goats, and the sheep, too, are individual vegetables. Sandwiches, always popular,
dressing the most fashionable All summer long, knowledgeable seem to be finding their way
Market I Market ladies this season. And any into and
Super cooks will be rooting for menus more more
gent who thinks man can'timprove
the Better Burger Party. And each day. They not only are
on nature is invitedto used in lunch boxes, but
with Vegetable proveto
930 N. Florida Ave. [ 2110 New Tampa Hwy. Pear and N. Dakota suit compare with the his nearest wife's kidskin goat Open-Air Kabobs Burgers are the favorite sons be the easy way for a quick"pickup"
on a busy day.
Never in a million years could of the outdoor grill
that goat look so good in his OPEN-AIR BURGERS WITH Jean, Coe, home economist,
QUALITY MEATS AT LOWEST PRICES own skin.Kldskln. VEGETABLE KABOBS lists a Corned Beef Hash Sand.
cabretta (soft wich for the perfect light lunch.In .
leather from sheep) and suede Burgers: addition, she gives the recipe

Creek Smoked swing into spring soft suits, 2 pounds ground beef for 10 easy Salmon and Celery
Lykes Sugar I dresses and coats designed 2 teaspoons Ac'cent ''sandwiches which can be madein
I, with freshness and femininity. salt a hurry
14! teaspoons ,
Lightweight smooth and 1 teaspoon dry mustard For a light supper she recommends -
suede leathers provide two- 2 teaspoons Wore*,stershlre a Hot Chicken Salad
9117 and three-piece suits. Some sauce Sandwich along with soup and
include a Jacket, skirt and coordinated J4 cup water salad.
blouse. Others
meat with fork o CORNED BEEF
Break up
team skirt and blouse with a
matching vest One handsome Shake Accent salt, mustardand HASH SANDWICH
vucrnci design is a pastel suede blazer Worcestershlre sauce over 3 nips corned beef hash
bound in smooth leather, top meat. Add water. Mix lightly; Butter or margarine
ping a slim leather skirt. handle as little as possible for Dill pickles
Empire, shift and A-line tender burgers. Shape into 4 Catsup or chill sauce
Ib. leather dresses can be dressedup to 8 patties, according to size Shape corned beef hash Imo
or down with the proper of appetites. Broil 4 to $ inches 1-inch thick cakes the same size
accessories and will take you from coals S to 8 minutes on as the hamburger bun you are
anywhere In good taste. each tide, or until done ai desired -!I using. Fry slowly in hot drip.
The last word In pliability, (Cooking time will vary pings, turning to brown on both
new leather coats flatter both with thickness of burgers]> sides; or brown under the broil.
GOOD STALL-FED STEER BEEFPORK your figure and your fashion Serve on toasted buns. 1 er. Slice buns and toast lightly
FRESH CUT FLA. GRADE A sense. Yield: 4 to 8 servings, ; spread with soft butter. Place
grilled corned beef hash cakeson
EXTRA LARGE buttered buns. Serve as
open-faced sandwiches with I
ROUN sliced dill pickles and cole slaw
This recipe serves six.


e s :: {%1 cup cup diced flaked tart salmon apple

Vt cup minced celery
ALL MEAT 1 tsp lemon Juice

cL6 My husband, engineer of cost, and why should any. 4 tbsp mayonnaise
3ft ROAST Q. and my son, who is a one assume Its advertising Combine flaked salmon, celery
STEW student of marketing, had a designed to lower Its price apple, lemon Juice and
Doz. rather heated discussion on Actually, its advertising is mayonnaise. Tuna, ether fish,
whether advertising resultsIn designed to show why the I or shrimp may be substituted
higher or lower prices. product is worth the .price i for salmon Spread between
AOc Their argument became so asked for it) buttered slices of bread especially
6 91 Involved that they soon lost Most firms invest some of good with wheat bread.
me. However, I have thought the savings of mast product HOT CHICKEN SALAD
about the question, and I'm tion in better quality, or
puzzled. Since advertisingcosts better design, or better pack. HJ cups chopped chicken
a lot of money, how aging, so that the product % cups chopped celery
can It possibly lower might have a competitive 1 tsp chopped pickle or
FRESH PORK prices? advantage over others in the capers
MAXWELL HOUSE FLORIDA CRYSTALSSUGAR field. As a result of this >/{ cup salad dressing

GROUND Yourhusband,engineer, competitive struggle, the en. Salt and pepper
INSTANT A knows how much lessIt tire level of values offeredby Heat salad dressing\ a small
NECKBONES costs to mak a productby that type of product has saucepan over low flame. Add
machine than by hand. Improved. finely chopped chicken, celery,
BEEF But before a man Invests In Young mothers today can pickle or capers, salt and pep
a machine, he needs confidence buy far better baby foods, in per. Place hot filling between
that he will sell enough far greater variety, than ten buttered slices of bread or serve
COFFEE of the product to keep the years ago. Incidentally, they IS a toasted sandwich cut in
machine busy. Some of our are paying far less for these triangles. Serve with water
3 lbs.99c largest businesses were widely advertised brands melon pickles. Makes six sand
founded .In basement workshops than they would be paying wiches.
by men who made If the original method of
their products at night: and selling baby foods without
6-ox. 5 sold them during the day, advertising had been followed NEW
99C c Ibs. Their success In telling the wagon delivery to homed
1 O product gave them the confidence The purpose of advertising Is
JAR to invest their life's to tell of the total value a Twist Makes
LB. savings In better equipment product has to offer. When
They then hired a salesman, low price Is one of those Meat Loaf
then more salesmen; and as values, advertising helpe
their business. grew, they make that low price pou1ilia. .
TENDER GREEN expanded their plant Invested . Party Fare
In more and better
equipment, and Installed bet.
BEANSJEWEL KRAFT ter systems, helping reduce Here's a meat loaf as easyto
SWIFTS the cost of making each unit Q milt benefit doconsum make as any just-plainmeatloaf
.,.This, briefly, is the heart era get from such advertising but it has so much flavor
FRESHMAYONNAISE of the mass-production principle as that of the New and texture and glamour, it
7 which vast Industries York Life Insurance Company .
2 LBS 29c operate>> which talks about careers stands out as a wonderful buffet
In or party main dish. It combines
businesses I
But all these steps to reducethe
ham and turkey or chicken
should think that would
cost of making a product only
and the whole is seasoned
in quantity are based on the make me pay higher preroi
SHORTENING FRESH TEXASCARROTS ability to sell goods la that urns, with molasses.
quantity Here is where ad.wrUslnr GLAZED MEAT LOAF
3 cups ground cooked ham
comes In.
A It depends on your deflnl. 2 cups ground cooked turkeyor
Let husband
us say your .
** "
invented a fine product that tionof "benefit. The girl ( chicken)
LB FULL would be useful to millions who had rejected a marriage 1 cup seasoned crumbs
3 39CCAN of housewives all over the proposal because her young '{ teaspoon
4' 9.c / pepper
man was
studying to be
1LB. QUART counts He also planned a minister, and who changed !VJ teaspoon ground cloves

2 CELLO 15c most make efficient that: 'product factory at the to 'York her mind Life's after ad on reading the clergyas : New 1 teaspoon Worcestershiresauce

lowest cost possible. "That a career, found one kind 3 eggs, beaten
1 Con Limit
BAGS 1 Limit Please
Isn't the problem, be would' of benefit. The teachers and U cup milk or evaporated milk
say, "but !how can we sell Individuals who have requested 113 cup molasses
that quantity at the lowest
forty five million re 1 tablespoon horseradish
possible cost to the women prints of the ads have obviously Combine
ham turkey
Smoked Slab who haven even heard of
Georgia Hickory the product' The answer Is the found some benefit in crumbs, seasonings, eggs and
information. New York milk. StirII\ 2 tablespoons
final price of every Life began this special: ad molasses Shape mixture into a
product Includes all the costs vertlslng campaign ten years loaf In a shallow greased baking -
ago and has since
of making and selling it. But messages about published fifty.four pan; score top (optional). I
with all these costs, most professions, written by top Bake In a moderate oven, 350( ,
products born of mass production people in each field. 40 minutes Combine remaining
19 cost far less than if Consumers who are in no molasses with horseradish and
the article had not been way Involved in a young- brush over loaf, return to oven
11(0 publicized to the public, ster's choice of career may for( 10-12 minutes Brush loaf
through advertising. be totally indifferent to the with molasses mixture until it
If )'011 'want to enliven the advertising Is used
campaign.: But up. Let stand for about
Ib. father and son discussiontaller they neeJn; worry about the 10 minutes to firm up before
all, why IhouldD'1Wf,1W effect on their premiums, la slicing
might ask if there any case. Since the campaign Makes 6-l0 servings
aren't companies WhOM goalIt began la 1953, the company
It to make the finest reports premiums have been Government agents reportnistlers
regardless reduced.
product possible
today prowl through
RIGHTS RESERVED TO LIMIT QUANTITIES private forests in search of wal.
nut trees, one of which may
,yield veneer worth JM.OOO.


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INVITATION TO ILO Unit LEDGER, Wednesday, April II, 1M4 23
... r* bid win k* rmlv.d ..tth. SAIGON. South Viet Nam I Urges
.fflca of th* Florida
4 ommlMlon., Lakeland, Plorld.
SI.till 1M4.IP. for M. tha en Wdn purel:....4ay. of, Ap.U munlst government says It hai: DevelopmentContinuity Highway Route OpenedAcross

Ono Cltmi Jute rinlhr, moved 320,000 persons from the, .
Brown Cltrut Machinery Cornoratton (
equal.twllwry Model 1200 or approved populous Red River delta to the 3f 1t tbZxt f Chesapeake Bay

to be .. O. B. Lai mountains( apparently to solve f .

Th.Alfred Florida, Florida Citrus Comml..lon Its acute agricultural crisis. ORLANDO (AP-The Florida t VIRGINIA BEACH, Va. (AP)

r..o",.. the rlsht to reject any Industrial Development Council r -A roadway that spans Chesapeake .. ':

er all bide.(I) AM rmaaaBANYf In the Yemen, a man's belt Is hit urged "greater continuity Bay 30 feet above the . .,. .

ty..o' Ms status symbol, serving as in the florida Development waves-and twice dips to the I, : ,
pocket brief case, lunch box h bay bottom-opens today. '

NOTICE NAMI UNDER LAW FICTITIOUS and key rlns.LIGAL The organization consists of of e?' '' w.., p The bridge-tunnel erases the f

Notice In Hereby QUen that thundenlined ricials of various groups seeking 'tb last major water barrier on one '

deelrlnir to enfacebuilneM In ADVSBTISaMSNT to attract industry to the state of the East Coast's main north-
under the fictitious I name Of INTENTION TO
The president Robert L. Wil south arteries. :
bar 1114 East Memorial Boulevard. FINAL DISCHAROI lIamson of Tallahassee, told the I J
The 00-million( ( 17.8.mHe.Jongbridgetunnel
In the City of Lakeland, Florid. In Re Fstau of
Intend to .....t.. the acid name .HENRY 8. eMrEDL'fQ group there was "no possibility Is the first direct
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court Deceased of continuity under the present
link between Eastern ;
o( Folk County, Florida TO ALL WHOM IT MAY setup" of the State Virginia's 1Ti( )
EDWARD U MILLET CONCERN I Development Shore and the rest of the state '
VIM Notice I.I 1I..b,- then that I Commission The latter 1s a state The bridge-tunnel will eliminatea
Ian. fund "" float report a Au.cMary .
INVITATION TO BID Kieoutor of the estate ot agency whose Job Is attracting ferry service that can trace SWARMING fj
Sealed bid. In duplicate, will breceived Henry 8. Bmledlnr. deceased; that both indistry and tourists to its predecessors to 1607
at the office of the Florida I hays filed my petition for final Florida.
rilrue Commleilon 1111 East M.. 'discharge, and that I will apply to Motorists using the Ocean
mortal Boulevard Lakeland Flo.. 'the Hon. RICHARD A. BRON. Williamson pointed TERMITES
out that areA
M.| to be opened .t I;00 P. M.. 'ON. County Judas of Polk Coun Highway, main route from New .
WEDNESDAY APRIL, )5. lit." to Florida, on th* day of May 11. the board changes with the appointments York to Jacksonville, Fla., will
for the following material: M4, for approval of th* .aaman of each new tt
JO,(KM Pad Florida Orana 'for final' discharge *. Ancillary gover ,+ find the new crossing clips 90 WARNING r
Juice Menu Rider, act of two Executor of the estate ot Henry nor. minutes off their travel time.
bleed all eldea. padded In 100* a. fmledlna;, dceaed
'with chipboard backing. Code This Ith day of April 1.<4. Thinking Asked Gov Albert S. Harrison Jr. TO HOME-
N.m. MR1 and MR-S (1JM H. C. LA'SEIQNEAncillary was to officially open the bridge-
each) Block: *0 Ib \Vhllaenamrl. Members of the newly formed
pads Lzecutor of the I
Full proem color, relate of Henry 8bmledlni. group were not asked to vote MONTGOMERY WARD NIARS COMPLETION Dv. H.n.cu", dlirrlct n.rchtnaiMr, tunnel: at 2 p.m. (EST).

printed on. aid*. Plat. and Poieaaed. whether on chicftl out MW appliances end "''tch.. ,".nin, *nrr fe.turinIke (dent In oln end whit mdlt I Bond Issue Floated
separation to be furnished br 1[1.115 _ they favored a proposalto I
vendor piled by from Florida complete Citrus I Commin art *up-* TENTH IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, ; abolish the commission. How. lt f., Mnrt.", .., Wird's grand .,."i"' *n April 22, .t 9.30 ..... (Udfcr Phr *r Hughes) The project, which required OWNERSM .

.Inn. On. (1) trlp-ln each FOLK COUNTY JUDICIAL FLORIDA CIRCUIT. ever, he asked them to "think 3'/i years to build, was financedby
..,*. Color proof to b* .u b.mUt.d IN CHANCERY. !about" the suggestion and said $200 million in revenue toll
for approval beforepone Lakeland School Band
Cue No. IJ tit Docket II he might poll them later. High
run t>*llvery meet be Page Nn III bonds. It will be operated by the TERMINIX'
made by MAy 25. 1914. banded LOIS P. TOLLETT, I Florida House Speaker Mallo Chesapeake: Bay Bridge and
In unit of IS pad., and pack.
red In carton which are to -.- Plaintiff Home's proposal to erase the Tunnel Commission, a state

be number marked and a* to purchase quantity,order code HURSTON CONWAY Defendant.TOLLETT commission will be itudled by a Back From Trip To Washington agency. FOR SKILLED INSPECTION AND

number Prtc delivered Lakeland NOTICE OF SUIT legislative committee on govern- The American Society of Civil GUARANTEED PROTECTION CALL
Florida. Telrcrami can THIC STATE OF FLORIDA TO: ment reorganization after the Engineers has designated the ,
not b* accepted. Any Inquiries
regarding thece peclflcatlon THURSTOV LttTT Who..CONWAY Resident TOL-and May primaries, Williamson said I Lakeland band member minute they arrived in Washington ., respond positively to these his new crossing one of the "seven BRUCETERMINIX

eventy-two must b* mad hours not prior leee to than bid You Mailing.addrea are tnknowa,' Home would replace the FDC chaperons, Atlantic Coastline Thursday and ended Just before . torical jaunts. Lawlng taking engineering wonders of the
open In.. Otherwise. It will\ b* suit for ar divorce hereby has notified been that filed, with a trade and development representatives, and all their they boarded the train In, a poll on the train back, found world," selected among 107

conilderd that these speclficalions ....In.t you In the above entitled, commission concerned only with luggage, have returned from the Richmond Sunday. the tired travelers like their projects in 28 countries. CO.
are clearly understood by
all bldll..... aUM required: and to serve that you a copy ar.ot hereby you industrial development. It wouldbe $9,000 trip to Washington and Washington Toured historical findings best. The crossing consists of 12 2221 N.w Auburn1.! Hwy.

above For further office. The detail Florida call at Citrus the .n.er WALTER 0. other written W. defense. guided by the State Cabinet the Cherry Blossom Festival. Band students Just didn't have And when the band returned miles of concrete trestle; two Ph. MU 2.6129
Commlnelon reserves the right to plaintiff. attorney, whoaa addressIs ,rather than the governor. The The students, who wouldn'thave time to "cut up," said Waltei. to Lakeland a letter from the tunnels, each a mile long; two '

reject any /or sSAM all bide BANKS P. O Box ibt. Lakeland, >lorlda. :FDC tourist promotion job wouldbe ever left the Atlantic Coastline E. Lawing, president of the Stratford Hotel, where they steel bridges; four manmade Winter! Haven
on or before th llth day of May.A .
Chairman D, 1)64. and before or Immedl turned over to the Florida depot without the contributions Lakeland High's Band Parents stayed, was waiting to congratulate islands that anchor the tunnels 14 C'h St. NW.

1'.127IN alely thereafter to file\ with th. Hotel and Restaurant Commison. of Lakeland citizens, all Association. All 84 students them on their conduct and lye miles of earthfill cause Ph. CY 3.1234

TH* CIRCUIT COURT OF Clerk the original of the of above said styled answer Court i or . came home with a lot more than toured the Bureau of Engraving while guests of the hotel. So reports ,way.
said written deftness. If any ore feet and tired eyes-they National from Washington say dis- I
AND FOR FOLK COUNTY Arlington CemeteryKennedy's .
CHANt.yLO "u.7S.U..sot If you fall....11b.to.do entered so, decree against pi.confesso About eight species of anchovy really saw Washington. Grave, The Smithsonian clpllne was Inforced, sight seeing -

ASSIONID TO NO JUDGE KELLY I you for the relief demanded In a fish belonging to the Tours planned by the Atlantic Institution and the Jef compulsory, and manners ai
Ih. Complaint, foundIn Coastline R R and Included I Inthe must and sure enough they
THE BOWERY 8AVINOS WITNEI'I4 hand and Official Engraulidae family, are tenon and Lincoln Memorialson ,
BANK. Plaintiff, II seal of office my at Barlow Polk American waters.Biologist. price of the trip, began the the two days preceding the had fun tool I
... County. Florida, this loin day of There Is
Parade of Princesses
April A. D IU'
us and et al i D Clerk H. Circuit RLOAN Court, JR Rachel CarsonOf And a Friday night moonlight EducationalTV I

tWrnitant. By Lucll )fa.tineeSEAL cruise down the Potomac for
FORECLOSURE ( ) Deputy Clerk Lakeland bandsters, and 2,000

TO! CONRAD A. WloNNI':1and' U.'SI 'Silent Spring' Fame other band members, was more ExpansionUnder
wlfRESIDENCE... JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, POLK than special. Dancing and socializing Only OneIssue

: In an unknown elate COUNTY FLORIDA. IN CHAN Dead At 56 From CancerSILVER with other band mem-
or country olber than the Sue CERY. ben from all over the country StudyTAMPA
of Florida, and mailing addressbring Cat N. I1M4 Deoket 10
: I Paoe N.. JIG made the cruise a bit 'til the
Post Offlc Rot 71 EDNA!: LOU1SJO BROWN, SPRING, Md. (AP) few weeds or Insect Can any end of the line. Then, with renewed (AP) The Florida,,
(.I.b.d, New Meilco Plaintiff,
TOU ARE hereby notified theta _1.- I Death by cancer has II. one believe It Is possible to lay enthusiasm the group Education and Television Com-I

Complaint to foreclose a certain JOHN HENRY BROWN enced Rachel Canon whose down such a barrage of poison Joined In a dizzy swirl at the mission has approved proceed.
mortcaa encumbering the followIng Defenrlftnt
described real property, to- NOTICE OF SUIT wok "Silent Spring" created :n- on the surface of the earth Marshall Hall Amusement Park ng with studies of a joint ven-I
Wit! THE STATE OF FLORIDA TOl national without making It unfit for all Of the 53 bands In the parade ture to expand an educational
with Its
Lot li, Block I, RICHLAND JOHN HENRY BROWN controversy "
life television
MANOR UNIT NO. FOUH. ao- address ilk realdenc unknown) charge that man was poisoning ? Lawlng laid Lakeland's band station In Tampa and
cording to th. plat thereof a* You are her.by notified that auult the earth and himself his ef Miss Carson's book, which drew most of the applause. Although place a new station on the air I
recorded In Flat Bonk 's. Pa** for divorce has been filed by
also warned of the The In The Election Of
Ironically the Florida Band Masters project
was outlined for
II. Publlo Record of Polk ..aln.t you In the above entitled orts 'to control nature with
County, Florida cause and that you ar* hereby chemicals. hazards of man-made cancer rule that "Florida bands the commission Tuesday by I
taa ben filed against you In the quired to gene a ropy of youra.awer producing substances, was critIcized -may not enter out-of.state com Florida West Coast Television
above styled suit, and you are required or other written defenieimn Miss
Canon 56
to curve a copy of your An. TROIANO ROBERTSalntlffa a biologistwho by some, including pe.tI- petition" kept the Lakeland band Inc., and the University of South
ewer or other Pleading to theComplaint attorney, whore ad- became a best selling au.thor clde industry chemists, as presenting from competing for awards, "the, Florida.
on Plaintiff attorneys Irene I. P. O. Drawer II*. Lake. :
in 1951 with "The Sea ;
ANDERSON!! RUSH DEAN tLOWNDE8 land, Florida on or before the20th an incomplete picture. band looked perfect and could I The commission also approved ;
lit feast C.ntral Boulevard day of April A. D., 1>(4, and Around Us, died Tuesday aft'Manufacturers and trade associations not do anything wrong" he said,, making a joint informal application
Orlando, Florida, and file baton or Immediately thereafterfile
ernoon at home. She CountyCommissioner
the original Answer or other Ptnad- to with the Clerk of the above defended the safety of Jamestown and 'Williamsburi t for a grant to the U S. De-
Inn In th. offlo ot the Clark of styled Court the original of aaldswr learned five yean ago, apparently pesticides "when used u dreeled. were the final stops on the tou r partment of Health, Education
tr. Circuit Court on or before the or ..alfewrtlte* deteniee, while working on "Si- "
path day of April 1M4 If you fan It any. I and all the students seemed t o. and Welfare, but refused to com
to do so, a dcr*. pro aonfeno It you fall to do *o, decree, pro lent Spring that she had can mit Itself to allocating funds for
...11bo taken against you for the eonr.... will b* entered ...In.t cer. Author Praised the .
relief demanded In the Complaint you for the relief demanded tothe project. ,
Thli Nolle shall b* published Complaint. Her book helped Inspre! I After learning of her death, Late Tax Forms
one. a wick for four consecutive WITNESS my hand and official White House report last May Secretary of the Interior Stewart Decision Promised
... .. office Barrow, Polk, _
..*.k. In th* Lakeland Lad. al of at
DATED U>l. bard day of March county, Florida, thi* 17th day ofMarch calling for stronger federal lawson L. Udall heaped praise on Must Be MailedAt Spokeman said the commission _
It". A. n. l.<4. pesticides and new steps to Miss Canon In a statement. He will decide its course of action, '
P H, SLOAN, JR. D. M. KLOAN, JR. District
CLERK Or" THE CIRCUIT Clark Circuit Court regulate their control. said she "was the kind of woman after a proposal Is drafted and

COURT (SEAL) who makes men proud, a Post OfficeLakeland submitted to the federal agency'
LUCIUB I1A8TINOS Warns Of Danger
By Vivian A. Purvl By
(SEAL) Deputy Clerk Deputy Clerk scientist of rare courage and for an opinion, I'

IT.*.' U.US The book warned of the daregers ability, and a world,renownec Postmaster GeorgeP. Florida West Coast TelevisionInc.

NOTICE OF CHANGE IN POLLING LACIINOTI"E of tampering with the balance author whose eye was trained Brantley, Jr. today alerted ., Is a nonprofit, community. 3
HK.Ra.BY: GIVKN that the Board of Count Commlaclnner -
of Polk County Florida, ha* determined that bacatin of of nature and argued for to the destiny of generation ,ill persons sending Income tax owned station operating WEDU
then being no location adequate for the efficient and eapedltloueholding biological controls rather than she would never see" returns in at the last minute to' Channel 3 ,In Tampa-St. Peters

the following of the numbered Primary voting and Uaneral preclncte Election, the polling for ;the placer year for 1114 each In massive and Indiscriminate use Miss Carson first became concerned 1 bring this mall to the main post burg The university Is an applicant -

has been moved to a location In a contiguous precinct a* deelcnated of chemicals, such as pesticides with chemical weed.and I office on North Missouri Avenue for a new TV station

notified and dracrlbed that the below polling and place I all for votera suing In aid their preclncta vole In are each hereby, *uch and weed killers. Insect killers while working asa I before midnight tonight. Leroy Lastinger, WEDU gen.

election daring 1114 shall be aa follower She wrote: "These sprays, biologist with the U.S. Fish "Don't put this mail In outlying Oral manager, proposed that the I

PRECINCT Teen POLLING Center PLACE Building dusts, and aerosols are now applied and Wildlife Service. street boxes or It won't three organizations ask for al and That Is ContinuingA

#11 ted Street and Averse F, NW almost universally to Born in Sprlngdale, Pa, she I make the April IS deadline" federal grant to erect a television ,,

WoCutcheon Winter Haven Bulk Florida lambs farms gardens, forests and received a bachelor's degree at 'warned Brantley. He said all tower to serve both WEDU

K 4 Junction 17-ia, I mil. north of tomes nonselectlve chemIcals Pennsylvania College for Women I mail brought to the main post and the university The university -I PROVEN RECORDOf

Winter Haven Florida Dl.trlct tPlutrlrt that have the power to kill and a master's degree at I office before midnight tonight is an applicant for Channel,

";| County Commlnelon*l Office Building every insect the 'good' and the Johns Hopkins University :will be postmarked April 15. 2 as an educational station. I

#10 American Fort Meade, Florida n 'bad,' to still the song of birds Miss Carson never married I 'I"I.I" Progress

Fort Mead, Flmlen and the leaping of fish In the but adopted a grandnephew, { I

#81 South aid 11 of Agricultural Pavilion streams, to coat the leaves with Roger Christie, now 10. The

Highway, Florida SoutbAartew a deadly film, and to linger on only other survivor Is her brother 1 And Good GovernmentAl

#S1 Bt 100 Paul South Lutharan Florida Church Avenue in the soil_all this though the Robert M.. Canon of Silver WAYNE'S t I

Lakland Florida intended target may be only a SpringRACHEL __ I
DATED at Bartow, Polk County, Florida, this Ith day April, . .' .. a a
o4D. ..... I '!!:. PACKAGE STORE '
n. N. SIl1AN Clerk .t : -t' a member of the County Cammliil.it' line 950,

BOARD OF COl'NTY COMMISSIONERS .. L. W. Dunne ef Wmr.r Hews h.. helped bring about these
;'d. .(:' 256 N. KENTUCKY AVE. .
(SEAL) By Klrby W. Blain I' :.It.' t ...1 cc.mpliihm.nri
Deputy Clerk Caimly rod building pr grm raargcnlg.d *.,.nd.4

'f.ut_____ __ OPEN 9.9-FRI..SAT, TILL 10 . Cities relieved .t god .f right .f wy R..... built
RESOLUTION MOVING CERTAIN POLLING PLACE "' I .unt.wld. en bain of cast . Read budgtt for Polk H r
WHEREAS' the rec.nl re pr.clnctlng of all area In Polk County SPECIALSTHUR.FRI.SAT.CUT thin year lotus $1 '.000.000.
tae greatly Increaeed the number; of preclncta In the County, reouirIng , x .
the location of a new polling place In each of said new precinct; J a .
.nd I At, e : RATE LIQUORSPHILADELPHIA Polk County Hospital Imprtv.d' madcrnli.d, upended,
effort have been made to
WlfERIA'I.! !' diligent and eihan.tlv t full accrditatin . Srvici f.f aging,
loesla eoeveni.et and adequate accommodation for U.. M polling; brought
place. In perk precinct: '' de 's! mant.lly III . New hlth ccnt.ri built at Auburndala andfraitpraof.
WHERr.An owI..ndln such .,rort. In the hereinafter. l .
named the polling placea tentatively designated' hays been I wi : a
found to n* InadrquTt* and no other adequat place bays been
located within each sock precinct and I 1 $99 Polk' County now a mods) far Florida . Central' pyr.chailng .
WHEREAS! in each In.tance an adequate polling t plate ha,i been. lyitam ..y.. money . Inv.nt.ry canrr*) prot.cti

located such In eontlguou a contlguoue precinct precinct I.and*..the moving to tr*of efficient the polling I *M Ines.to fair. Of. . It 86 PROOF BLEND property and equipment . Electronic deta presetting tyilemlavei

." election during the year U't: 5th I countleii hewn and dollars.Contt.blti .
eon ,
NOW fTHallEREFOREnBR IT RESOLVED by tfc. Board of" CountyCommle.lonr I 8 YR. OLD ""' a .
of Polk County, Florida, In regular ....1011 duly' ..-
'I and lussic.e.0 the now under budgetgyttem
.embled that It I* determined that th* accommodation Inadequate pooco
th* primary and *neral! election for the year 1'" ar. i : J J Ar '' , full-tima vsrer.ni service. affic.r sine v.Ur.nt
for the expeditious and efficient housing and raodllng of voting and >> : and familial .. . ....If." d.partm.nt r.org.nlied now

otlnf paraphernalia Number In the following votingprclncts, towltlPrmet M1I.. p p x F r Walker's 10 Hlgh$ 29 I parks and recrestios.re.e.

|j like Region a a a
6 4ea,1t
U Hartrtdg ichoal cities in Polk .
Buffam Pull cooperation' given intern,
7 Rft. fleas Bar 86 PROOF BOURBON *& 5th I (uvenila horn and court modirniied and aipandad.Th .

SS Bprlnv i II a
eel that no such II adequate location *ilt* In each of aid prclact; I line hot been held en county spending . Pelk
and County citiieni thin peer ere enjoying a CUT 'IN TAXES

mieeion.n BII! IT that FtRTHER the polllni RESOLVED places for by aid.std preclncia. n.eI are 0' hereby County waved Co"- : ... Kentucky Gentleman 3 5*. brought about by efficiency, ac.n.my, integrity in your CountyCommiiii.n.

precbKlu for the hnidlnu 01 all .
tit .dequ.t. 10001Ion. III contiguous I
.., ItIIt: places BOURBON a a
and the new poling place de.lg0Oi.d. being .. followelnclnct ForSeagram's '
Voting Precincts Nsw Polling Place N This
Precinct N. 44 Teen renter Building w Keep
Srd Street and Avn. T, Nw
Winter Haven, Florida Golden Gin $999

Precinct N., .. Jnnrtiane17.1Bulk, mil...,..tnorth ot Jb I Proven Recordof

Winter Haven Florida AJ ,
founty Comml-alon District #1 .
Precinct No T'
District *i Offlc. Building I In Polk
Fort Meade, Florida Bourbon Supreme Preolnct No. Legion Hall 5thl 41
10FartAmerican'. *. ForldaPnolnct Smirnoff Vodka O Iv
No. II Kulh dIde 01 Agricultural Pavilion for fc/,
Highway IT South
Bartow, Florida ReElectDunson
Precinct No. II St. Paul Lutheran Church n FOUR ROSES I
.010 lloulll Florida Avenue 95
Lakeland, Florida '
notice of th aid change / DON RUM 3 O
Involved with clear .....,rtpllon ofIke
In poling puts for the procln"t. I ICARRINGTON'S
to which ehsag.d be published in InT'P: Lakeland 9itt liew'' Puerto Rican
yoUng place. :: II
of general circulation published I 'euuy I ,
Ledger, a new.paper L W.
ot earl )
In two I..un tint later than April 11. UII, end that -
Ma, I. 1944ncte the
bo 011". to I
roepecuvrnewnpaD. .. publshed nearest each affected prec 00

COSNDTH RrDA.J 1..11 of the Board of County Cmmnl.elon.rsf Imported Canadian 1. L I
Polk OountTMorld., hereby certify that the boys R..lullon I.a lei County Commissioner
true and V from the minute of the Board of County I 86.8 Proof Full Qt. "I1 JW
Comnale.inner of April 7, . ...lkVITM ,
\ : B my hand and official" seal of said Board Ikis day District 3LIGAL
./.prii.. .D. '4. I
71, sLOAN, ", ClerkHOARD
OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS R*.*rv. Tits RgkYe limit 0"aliry I
POLK COl'VTT:- FLORIOA I I I: Pad for by "IIt..1 C.nrsatee rend of L. W. CLao) .e.r.s

IDEAL: ) By Kirby W Main, Deputy Clerk I CARSON fa .LLLLLLLLLL --
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Win Over Kansas City:, AA. . f o0

By HAL BOCK and gold Athletic uniforms a, White Sox 3-3 and the Minnesota 3-2 White Sox lead with a home)

Associated Press Sports Writer year ago.Finley Twins and Cleveland Indians In the seventh.

The baseball season Is just swapped Lumpe, an staged a slugfest with the Twins I Luis Apariclo's triple:greeted

one day old and Charles 0 tin infielder, and pitchers Wicker winning 74, The Yankees and relief pitcher Hoyt Wilhelm I In

ley already has had two set sham and Ed Rakow for slugger the eighth and then Powell
backs. Rocky Colavito and hurler Boston Red Sox were rained out homer won it for the Birds Stu

The American League torpe- Bob Anderson during the winter in New York and Washingtonand Miller was the winner In relief.
Los Angeles were not scheduled
doed his "Pennant Porch" in and off the first day's results i KANsas CITY OITIOITM
Kansas City last week and the the Tigers came out way ahead. r k M a5r1b1
Cincinnati and Houston had Mattnwt ct .110.,,,." It 4515
Tigers went to work on his ball Lumpe stroked a single, dou off.Cash Camay. 1 tM a ...... jb 4)30
club In Detroit Tuesday ble and triple as the Tigers punished day C".,... M 41 *Cain Ib 11 1 I r
Oanllla la 4111 0.11... rf 1010 ., 3
I The results were the same, three Kansas City pitch Bruton Homer Calavito M 4 0 0 0 Demeter ct 1010 red
Stadium has half with a 12.hit assault. Wick- looaroi c I" MCA.II. M 4 I I I
Municipal a ers Norm Cash and Bill Bruton Jl-au BB .Wart b .110 t
porch and the Tigers left lust'ersham came on In the ninth inning homered for the Tigers and Jim Clmoll rt 45 SfrelMnt13 I ''' ', ,.;, ,.

about that much of the Athletic! as the A's staged a later Gentile and pinch hitter Manny Green Pan* p n J 110L.llen.111 *n>n a 1110 3 00 ., $'

pitching staff intact after a 7.3 rally. After an error and a walk, Jimenez connected for Kansas gnaT.1. : : *.. 0 .J't,; :f !'\ : b:t3RF'f"

Opening.Day victory he got Gino Cimoli to end It. OOonaua p. t 0 1 1kJImanal !o". '. "

Ex-A's StarDetrolt'l Rock Blanked City.Boog Powell crashed a two- 1111 w :, ;:;' ,.,.
Tatali W t II TelaH "1a a ->.... ... : ..: '
new-look Tigers Colavito meanwhile, went 0- run homer In the eighth inningfor -Struct out for Pena In 4mi .kHomarad -
for Donothva In 'III, c -
were something to see but itwasn't ,ror4.I the Orioles victory over the Waikad, for Edward! In tin OUT AT THIRD With the ball In hi* mitt third' 1 beiemon will Dens Ckndanon hit 0 9roundar hh.* mound. But Cub
Peters K....' City ". *M lot IMDatmt -) J.c...., threw the bell to third In time t* neil Ster.fell. .
in the American White Sox. Starter Gary pitcher Urrr
a pleasant sight for Fin-I Elsewhere ...... II* II* H>- Ren Sente ef the Chic.,. Cub waits te t., cur ilidmgWilli
ley. The key executioners were League the Baltimore Orioles: was breezing until John Orsino '-Me"ulllf.. POA-KanMi City 141Oatrolt . Sterll ef ph. Pltttburgh Plretet In the tilth Inning efyttterdey't Chce! ,e we. 1-4. AP Wiraphoto)
Jerry Lumpe and Dave Wicker- got long-ball power with three homered In the sixth and pinch Casn. LOII-K.if II. DP-McAulltla...., City 4 Detroit Lumno I.and gem. Stergell wet en Mcond end brake fer thirdSandy's

iham. who wore the Kelly green ,home runs to trip the Chicagoa hitter Joe Gaines wiped out a II-Mothows. LemW. Me""IIII.. 35-.
Lumen, Preteen. wort. .It-Oonll"" ,hm-,
ire.. Cam Bruton I-It.....
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ODonotnu* 111 I 1 I I .i
Roman, W, 14Laikn 111 I I I I a
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PB Edwardi. U-Stavani, Nap, P.ICIttlart ..

BALTIMORE. I-1.If. A-J.l,7JJ.CHICAGO 'Old KoufaxBy

.1,111. . Ibr511. .
a Brand CtAaarkl I 0 I Lindii cl 45)5
M 3 1 1 0 Bulord Ttt 111 0 '
rlw Powell Itllabarn I "IW.I'I> 100 !MIKE RATHET double by rookie Richie Allen
Ik 3 I 10I Rob'an rl 411I1 1 Associated Press Sports Writer In the eighth closed out the
Oriino c 1 1 Nkiwiwn It 4 0 51
I Bawani rtcKlrkland I 00 tCunham Ib 4 I 0 When Sandy Koufax was interrupted scoring. 2. Wednesday, April IS, 1914I
rt 0 0 0 t Han._ II 10
Rob on :3510Il5mim Ib 1100 last fall . CHICAGO PITTSBURGH. '
Add tk 4010 Martin c. 4 I 0 That's right, the Dodgers dan- ."k M t.r k MSlavart ,
Pappai' p 1010 Pitari p I 50 wherehe I Ik 12 I fchoWd u 41 I 0
Hall *. 0000 .bMlnoMiGalnal 1110 dy took up Tuesday night Brock rt 1111 Vlrdon cl 1010Wllllami I
,y c Pp _j 1111 Wllhilm.. I' 0 left off last season, turningIn M I t 11 Ckmanta rt S 121 ,
515 't I Ie Millar p' 1(00 Buinardt 5505 Santo JO: 4111 Itargall It 1110Bankt
.IwA dMcCraw 1110 one of his shutout specialtiesas Ib It I ICIandtn Ik liltRodgart Slants on SportsWinter s t
} d g"'" Talali 51011 Tatait MilltHomarad Los Angeles opened defenseof u till Btllay. 36 1010
sy"t a for Hall In tall k-Llnad
Cowan cf 410 Mnor tkl 7b 511 I
outa Patart 'In 7th, c-Walkad for its National League cham- Btrtfll c I I t I Pagllaronl c 1 010
Bowani hi lihi 41-0,..._ out for IUlhordl lonship by whipping St Louis Jackun 4001 btynch ,100 Haven Note!
In tinBlltlrnoro McDinlil, p. 0 011 peel p 1000Sltk
*M III !)a- 4-0. p. 1110
Clinics 1M Ml wtI -:) .
There were 50,451 In Dodger Vaal 1101aPraata

IS -Chlcato Hanian/ 17 Oriino.IS. .OP-Bulord A-Btlllmort Neon 57 Stadium the largest of the ISIS 1000McBaan

and Cunnlntnamj B. Roblnion, Adele and opening day crowds-when Kot- (lIu'.... 0000 Red Sox Florida Bound .:t ,
1.._". Smltn Wall end Cunningham dM't'Ian* c 0000Tatait
LOII-.It,..... I. Chicago <. fax began to whip an as- 41 IIII Totalt' W 4II 4
IIIHlenolL.ndl.. Aaarklo. of fast balls and a-Pllad out for V..,. In lilt k -
HP.-Orilno, Cllnai, Powlll. SB-AparlclaBulord . ortment Struck out for Pagllironl' In till, e-PurMHiy .
curves out of his effortless mo aaiiad for McBaan In ami ,-11I..
IP H P. EH SB 10 head tor lu'.... In tthChkaoa By JACK SLAYTON
And when it was over,
.PippaiHall s. I 1 I 1 tion. IN *10 lot !-I Ledger Sports Editor ,
. 1 0 0 0 I 0 fittingly pitched the first Plttikurak .. .. an Joe HI *-.
Millar, W l-. 3 I 0 0 0 I .-S"II.t. PO-A-Chkaoo It-il. Plttikurgh There Is nothing official from either side. But
PatartWIMiaim . T .111. shutout in the National League *MO. DP-Sclwfialtf Mawoskl. andClandanon talk over in the Winter Haven area is on the up beat.
> I., 0-1 I LOB-Chkaga 7. Pltliourgrt. IIB
its 6 ButtiardlPacad. 1 I I S Only I Hits Sinto. ator.elf 1, Indoors 1Cowan. There is a distinct possibility Polk County may host..
Clandanon, ......,,, Santo. Cla-
>" I mann In ittii y"Facad 3 mmHBP last two league teams for spring drills.
Koufax, a 25 game winner mm/i. HR-Rodgari Septet) Wllllami' major
Itn by Peen Slibarn, year with shutouts marked: SB-Billay, Mu.....,. S-N JacktonIP 15s/la0. As everyone knows the Boston Red Sox are un-

SCORES WITH A TWIST Ball end runner ate both behind th* cetcher ei Chlcaj U-Honochkk.. Rungg. Smith alongside his name, allowedthe .Jock inn (tW i Ml) I 14 4 1 4McOanlal happy in Arizona. It has nothing to do with the clime,
T-. M A76 w-.t..1 .. ..
1 1. 1Vaaia
I Whit Set runner Den Suferd twists round Btltimor Oriolti carchar John Ortin; (12) to tcor Cardinals only six hits, . 7 7. 1 J 1Mclean fans, treatment or what have you. It's just too far

in uath (Inning ,..t..eI.,. Onino wet chergtd with en error whin throw from right field lot put MINNESOTA krkkl. . truck out five and walked (U H...).. 't I 4 1 *4 I 4 *0 CI 1tFoc. away from Boston, and the time differential works a

him Floyd Robinson ef Whit Sot tingled Baltimore' wan, S-3. (tAP Wiraohoto) RolMni M 1011 Howiar 11 111 none while winning his eighth Silk ........ 1 1" /. 10 hardship on the news media. Both combine to make
Ow.. If i I t 0 Davallllo cl 4 11Alllaon II
i-Pacad 1 man In lOthi y-facad 4
Ib 4100 wagnar It 411 S consecutive game and recordinghis man 'In 10th.W'Vool. Boston officials yearn to return to the Florida scene
Hall ct I' 11 Atvn Ib 10KlilabraM 01 18th victory in the last 20 .. McBaan. U-Smlth. P.la- about five when shortsighted -
H 41 10 yVhlttlaid 1b 10' 01 . They departed years ago
kOUd. Gorman and! Wllllimi T-1 47J4.J77
Lakeland PitchingA Beat Banav I 4I 1 ePart 1 0Variallai .' regular season decisions. Sarasota officials refused to renovate Payne Field.
Wings ,. 11 * Klndtll Ib 00 0 But the 1963 World Series hero
I Allan 2b 1100 Prancona rf 3010 MILWAUKIf IAN FRANCISCO The result was the park was rebuilt in order to garnerthe
111 0 had to share some of the spotlight -
Patcual 1000 Romano C abrkM akrkklF . .
White Sox.
Arrloo S. .000.,1. b 411Oraan with towering Frank Howard Alou cl 411 Kuan rt.II 400Aaron Chicago
MarkWith 1 101 Grant p. 25)5 Mane N . .0.1".110 Winter Haven has been mentioned as a possible site. City
Question Leafs 4.3 Parry * t Walkar o 10 baseball's reluctant player rt 11 I I McCoviy H 511
1510 Manager Cliff Ryan declared yesterday "There is nothing
I Mlnehll' 1 011 Ramoi The Dodgers' main power.provider . Mathawi W 2111M4-Nu rt 111
Roland P. 1000 dBrown 1 0 0Abirnittiv 0 ... 1111 ct 4119Ballay interested In
.. T. Ib Mays official about the situation. We've heard Boston is
p 0 0 0 1 Howard proved It by tagging c 4111 Canada Ib 4)11Bollln
the season's opener sharp fielder, shortstop; TORONTO (AP-The official Totals M f I' THIN V ItItuck I, a 420.foot, two-run homer. Ik 100 Hart Ib I 4111lOlna moving to Florida and there are people here who would like to

Monday night in Tampa the and Barrie Williamson, a count showed that 14,017 fans Grounded.- out.out for for Parry Arrao.In fthi'In c-Slruc SUn k- that: capped the victory.. McMII10n l. 5 I 0l I'0 pfgin C M 4101Spahn 3152 see a major league club training in Winter Haven.

J Lakeland/ Tigers still are In promising first-year player, saw the Detroit Red Wings bea. out. lor WhlMiild' 'In ;tti< d-L'n' o,,1 I, In other NL openers, Willie *. I DOl Marietta! p 1110PiKhar "We're also aware of the cost of erection of a ball park

doubt as to the lineup of their handling third base duties he Toronto Maple Leafs 4-3 Mlnnaut for It.mo M' 115 .. W* m I IClavaiand 111.1 Mays collected two of San Fran- basil P CC 0 and facilities for quartering the players.' We feel we have

pitching staff for the Florida Lannie Carrier will be avail Tuesday night to tie their National . . .. U1 Sal Ma4EHall .: cisco's five homers in an 14 Talilt 351C5 Talalt IIIII. available land for such a setup and that It would also dovetail
Klllebra PO A-Mlnnawtl' ICUtvaland A-Struck out for McMillan In tthi b
State League baseball season.A able for reserve duty, bothin Hockey League Stanley 1. 17.10. 1.01l-Mlnne..l. 5 walloping of Milwaukee, RoySievers' Hit Into doubia. play for ',IC..... In amMllwaukaa with our overall recreational plans. But there I Is no official .
lengthy meeting was held the outfield and infield final at each. Claviland 7. ... ... ..Itl aet got--11
Cup a
game '-"."... Klllabraw. Hill HR-S,. three-run homer powered Ian PranclK . .. .. .... *U Ml U-I group set up to conduct negotiations and we have had
yesterday with Don Lund, Roy, Renfro, who did not As far as Coach Punch Imlachof Ion Mild. Wane IB-Divillllo Philadelphia to a 5.3 victory .-1'..... Hart. PO-A-Mllwavka 94.*, no official communications with representatives of the Boston
director of minor league operations play last season, and rookie Toronto is concerned there IP H R 111150Palcuei San PranclKO 17 10 OP-Bollln McMil
> York Mets
I . 1 7 S I 1 1 over the New lan and Toms Pagan. Dlvanoort and. C- club. But there seems to be a feeling of favoritism for
for the Tigers, and James Leyland are the two were 14,028 spectators. "Our Arrlgo .' 1 i I 1 0 1'and Billy Williams' two-run reds Pagan and Caoada ,_., Pagan "
the managers of the Class A catchers on the team Cleveland forwards might Justas Perry W 1-0 1 10(0 0 and Marichal,. LOB-Mllwauka I tar obtaining such a tourist attraction
homer in the 10th led
Roland . 4 * 0 1 Inning Franclica 1.21lal.n..
farm clubs: AI Federoff of Besides Brown and Chandler well have been spectators the Grant .. . 2/ I S 1WHkir the Chicago Cubs to an 8-4 trIumph HR-Hart Mavt 7, CapadaMillar For the denizens of Winter Haven it would be a costly

Lakeland, Gail Henley of Duluth Bill Newton, Tom Rudolphand way they stood around out there lam, L,.01 $533 53 0 I I 1 I 1 0 1 over Pittsburgh. IB-H. AaronIP H II ERBBIOSoahn Initial investment but the rewards would be there every year.

and Jack Phillips of Gary Hart, all who played practically all night," the unhappy Abarnathy .1 0 0 t I IPItchk Houston and Cincinnati, who L, 0-1. ., I.' 0 I !I I It would probably cost in the neighborhood or a quarter of a
N. y At here last .- to .3 man 'In "". PiKhar . .. II I I I 0 BMaricnal million dollars build clubhouse
Jamestown to team
present summer, are cur Imlach said in the Leafs' WP-Granl U-McKlniav Sour, Salir- opened play Monday, were not W. 1-0, 7. 1 I 4 a ballpark, visiting
there is still some doubt as rently on the Lakeland pitch. dressing room. no Valanllnt, T-IoI6. A-J54I7 scheduled.The W-S...... Saik-Mirkhil. UBurllck.Oonatilll dressing rooms, pressbox and field. But that would be that

to the makeup of Federoff'1Itaff ing roster. Toronto, seeking its third Dodgers scored In the 4>.lt4, L."" ... Il.ins, T-2:11.: A- and the only other cost would be maintenance from year to

for the FSL season. Most promising pitcher straight Stanley Cup, trailed 3-1 INVITED sixth against Ernie Broglio Nllht" Oam. yean There is even the possibility a major league club training -

Two hurlers both of whom listed on Federoff's "Red"Iquad going; into the third period but when Willie Davis singled, stole IT. LOUIS LOS ANOELEIM in Winter Haven would seek to place a Florida State
here last Is lefthander Gene tied things at 3.all on TOKYO (AP-Avery Brund ,k W ak. ,k klJavlar
finally a
were summer, are second and scored on Ron Fair Ib 4110 Wlllt ti 40)1 League franchise In the city for farm purposes.
certain to be on the Lakeland Voss, a sharp looking hurler brilliant goal by Gerry Ehman age, president of the International Iy', single. That was enough for Groat ii 4 0 0 Gllllam Ib 111 Boston, next to the New York Yankees-the Detroit Tigers
this spring in the Tiger Early 46 seconds of Whlta Ib 10 lOW Davit, cl 4 1' 0 I
team Jim Brown and Ron with just play has,
Olympic Committee, Koufax but Jim Gilliam singled Jamal H ISllTOat It 2015lore I notwithstanding, is considered the second best major league
Chandler Brown 6.5 for Camp and one who drew left :30 .1..1'1" .Ik II. 1
was home another run In the seventh
been Invited to visit Japan to I franchise tounstwise. The late Al told
Lang "Nextto
special mention from Warwick rt 100 Howard rt 4111 once me:
the Tigers last summer before Tiger The Leafs, who won the opener Howard
and then
wrappedit Flood cf I 00' Roaaboro t 4111Undue
inspect preparations for the, the Yankees, I'd rather have the Boston Red Sox here (St.
suffering an arm ailment Manager Charley Dressen. 3.2 on a goal in the final two, in the eighth. ct. 0 0 Warhai Ib 4 I I IaGaiilant I 1
Chandler hurled only briefly The Tiger pilot singled him seconds had visions of another 1964 Tokyo Olympics up C I 101 0 I 0 0Brolglo Koulaii 11McCarvar . I Petersburg) than any other team in baseball"Those

and then was sidelined for out for praise and as one "of such performance Tuesday But, Mays Homers p. 1110 New England license plates really dotted the Sara
the balance of the season by the brightest young playersin the Wings practically ran them BallplayersNeed Mays hit a two-run homer in cLawll bLooa 111.1101 I sota scene when the Red Sox were there. According to surveys -

arm trouble. Both are recuperating camp" He is a first-year out of the rink in the sudden the third and finished off War Ta'IOr.. 1000 made when Boston was In Florida, New England states
Total II 111 Talilt II 4114
from arm ailments player. death overtime period ApartmentsC'mon ren Spahn with a solo shot in a-Struck out for Uackar In tint .bSlnglad rated as tops on the tourist registration books with the Michigan .

and Detroit will leave them in Federoff will be permittedto Toronto veteran goalie Johnny the eighth that chased the ,Lon .In for IthSI .kroglw In Slit C-Ran for I area next. The Yankees, of course, drew everyone to see

the warmer Florida climes to carry 23 players for the Bower had a terrific night, you Lakelandrrsl Braves' 42-year lefthander Louli . ... oat at* aa-4 them
first 30 days and then must 45 shots He turned! Help the homeless ball Jim Hart Orlando Cepedaand Lot Amatol lot Ml ll.-4
recover. Brown will probablyget kicking out Dick Sr. who did
I .-.."... Groat P0.5-St. Laull' 141LOI Pope a pretty good job of renovating a
the nod here Tuesday cut down to 19. This year seven of them aside In the sud players.A Tom Haller/also homeredfor Antaiii lit. 0'-0..., and WhitaiWhita I into of America's
swamp one top tourist attractions
the league will play a 140- den-death before squad of between 23 the Giants, who broke a 4-4 ynanlitadi Warhai. Ollllam and -Cypress
night when the Tigers play period Larry Fairly. LOB-SI Leash., I Lit Angalaa 7. Gardens, also enthused about the whole idea "We've talked
their home opener with game slate, ending the regular Jeffrey took a perfect pass from to 25 Lakeland Tiger baseball tie in the sixth on Cepeda's sin 2B-T DavlL HR-Howird SB-W. 'I
Tampa. Special tickets are season in the first weekof Gordie Howe to slam home the players will need housing gle, a wild pitch and a single Devil, Wllli, 61111am {-KDu'" unofficially to representatives of the! club. We think we can
IP H ER It 10
located In various spots September A playoff be- winner at 7:51.Detroit'l : 'come Sunday or Monday 'by Haller. Juan Marichal, 25-8 roan* L, t-t "I I I I i make them an attractive offer and we sure would like to get a
the half Anyone having apartments winner Taylor 1 1 t I 1 0 team here. What's more we could really work a rivalry
around the city, including The tween two winners goalie, Terry Saw last year, was on a Kouta* W. 14 10 * I up
Ledger office. will follow chuk, had only one stop in the or rooms to rent for seven-hitter. WP-Koutan O-Conlan.. Vanion, Mar. between Lakeland and Winter Haven We'd have to take the

Federoff will have a fairly Indications point to the overtime session, that a routim.. the members of the Lakeland The Phillies pulled out front I.av, W'''''. T2,54ASASI.: Red Sox over to Lakeland in armored cars to keep them safe

respectable outfield with Lakeland squad being for try, and 28 for the night. Tiger team should in the first as Roy Sievers ham, II'W VORK . 'HILAOEL'HIA. over there with you It'd be a natura!."

rookie John Faehr James mally set by no later than The bfst-of-seven series now send that Information to: mered a homer off AI Jackson Ik ebrbll 4 0 I Taylor Ib a 4.r.0 *kltmllh IBurrlont According to a story by Hy Hurwitz in the current

Friday Neither Jamestownnor shifts to Detroit for No Lakeland Tigers Baseball of walks. Bobby Ib I S 11 Caiilion rl II 1 0
Miall and William Voss apparently games following a pair .St_'ton 111 Allan Jb I I t 1 1Samaul (April IS) Issue of The Sporting News (baseball's trade pa.
slated for garden Duluth will open untilnext 3 and 4 Thursday and Saturda]Y Club, Henley Field Lake- Wine's producing single 1 In Jb-ll lilt Slavan Ik 3553 per), the Red Sox will be Florida bound no later than 'M.

dutv Faehr looked sharp in month_ I nights. land. the_second and a runscorin Hunt Thomai W 4110 III I dCov'nolon".....'* Ik 1* 0 110 I 0Hkkman They still have a contract for "M with the city of Scottsdale,

the Tiger Early Camp this Confer ct 1100 100 Calar Demons h ct 1110 3115 Arts But the Red Sox could get out of that If they could

spring Federoff had Miall Kanahl cf Oil Dalrympi C I 110 give the city a replacement. This seems doubtful right now
Thomasville and he also ,j B Taylor. ( I 0 I I Wlna 11 11Cnrlit I
at e ax .ar rt 1111 I Bannatt p. I I 0 0 since all the clubs appear set In Florida for 'U and there
played at Jamestown. He has n Ibl ..K'... Hi u rl 1010CHartn I I ** Kllppnaln I I 11 6Maran are only four clubs In the "Cactus" circuit the LA Angels

shown marked Improvement 'I Ik 1000Jackion In Palm the .
Voss Springs Chicago Cubs In Mesa, Aril., the San
this spring at Tigertown p 4000Baamarl
* * * Francisco Giants in Phoenix ArU., and the Cleveland indians -
is a first year player. Tataii M I 11 I Tot.I. II 14 IFilld
Tucson, Ariz. So Boston will probably be Arizona-
Don Pepper, who hit .235 out for Hlckman M 7th 5-
Oroundad out for Chrlitoanar In ami c- bound next spring.
with Lakeland last summer Cailad itrlkai tor Moro M tmid
and 269 at Thomasville will ....o.r.: tor tor Slavm In tthi But some enterprising Florida city will get the Red Sox
.Grounoad out for Burrltll. In *th '
open at first base with Rufus yk a. Now you oat IN tit-.IPMIadalaiii In 66. It'll be a real tourists' plum. One the good fathersof

Anderson a 2.44 hitter at ..Samual. .. P0-A-New lit You att tu-l 1414Phliadiipni .I Winter Haven should seriously consider The expense of

second base; Walt Thoele, a 17-*. OP-Hunl.) Samual and constructing a stadium can be amortized over a long period

.209 hitter at Thomasville and ; Smiths and. T....Taylor.... LOB-Naw Wino and York Iwvarti t, Philadaipha Allan - when placed against the income from those New England

a t ) III I YS e IB Ailed). HR-al....., ChrlitopKwSB tourists.
Crimson Hawks -Wlna. And It would lend just a little bit more to the Inherent
'IP N 150 5550Jllcelnnrtl'.t Lakeland-Winter Haven
11-5 I I I rivalry.
Defeat Jackets I * I IBannatt
.. ISIS I I 1 1KHpntiln I Short Sport NotesA
I W 14J 41)1 t I I 4
Behind ...,-., JackMn (Gonialnl WP-Banin -
ST. PETERSBURG Jackion. U-Sacory, Burkhart, Su- real pleased person is Walter Lawing of the
the two-hit hurling of Robert I".... ,,,... T-l:X. A-IIAIa. adults
the Lakeland
1 Senior
High School Band
the Santa Fe Crimson to
,Hawks Stanton chalked up an 8-2 prep 9 S q5 X Qtny, Dees Captures Washington. D.C., paid tribute to the Dreadnaught athletic de-

baseball victory over the Ad. partment. "If it hadn't been for a 11,000 contribution by the

mlral Farragut Blue Jackets Jumping Tourney athletic department, the band would have been unable to

here yesterday afternoon at Far make the side trip to Williamsburg. Va It was a great trip

ragut field. TAMPA- Frankie Dees of and the kids enjoyed It. The City of Lakeland can be proudof

The Crimson Hawks collected 1 Lakeland and Cypress Gardens the band. It stood up with the best of them there.- Fifty

seven hits of their own in winning captured first place In the Junior three bands participated In the parade, Including three from

their sixth In nine games I dY i t boys in the special water ski the State of Florida. . Th current Issue of Ebony
They will host the Blue Jackets 'jumping tourney here Sunday maga-
line has an article about hurdler Hayes Jones He will
afternoon at Santa Fe Two other Laplanders placedin hang
Friday his cleats after the
up Olympics "I hope to become worn"en's
and then clash a
4 the
field at p.m. all-jumping tourney
Devils' track coach. The men have plenty of coaches but
with the Kathleen Red Chipper Chipman finished thirdin the
Fieldin girls don't have anything Jones declared . The
Saturday night at Henley the boys division and Allen Stetson
contest .... Hatters continue to sign promising prep stars
a 7:30: w. : Freeman was third in the novice cage They
Bill Bostick Kenny Belk and I men's division. have now nailed Doug Parlin the fine DeLand High School

George Muehler all had two hits IT WINT THAT-A-WAT Umpire lilt VSi" ins dived reIh pin poison with kit right hand first Oho bell wet Iii,. Indient The Lakeland Water Ski Club star Parlin collected 507 points, averaged 19 S per game and

each for the winners ground .. Bat alt ef th* way ef 0 double by Mi.......'. third betmen M.. Alvin ..tc.., halpliitly. Minnaiot hot : will host an all.jumping tourney was named to the All-State team. He's six feet tall and ob-

WTA n .. 050 MI J- In feurth .f .to.4. '. ...... 7-4. (tAP ) [
*FARFAOUT 000 'wL!I IR Harmon Killatraw the Inning ,* Clyled. Wira.noto I May 3 at Lake Hollings- servers saytwas one of the top cage prospects in the State of

sad 1)u\'D.stanioe' 'as0 IIe pun n *,*"., egeSntt Claoalend. Altheugh (ring ..., hit aide, the u.... worth. Florida.



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ARTHUR DALEY ties and gets the breaks. .J. .

( ,1ifIt U.r. Elm.. That's how closely matched ; ..' ',,, .,

NEW YORK For they are. A team picked for ,. ; J "' ,
J a guy : ,. .. : YORK (AP-The suf'erlng -
jrho is still in a state of sixth can finish first and ] .. never ends for Brook-

hock as a result of the In- Vice versa Any soothsayer .. .. N < .. yn'a orphaned baseball fans.
lent way the Dodgers who can arrange this sextet _. '.. (, Old wounds, six years In healIng -

olished oft the Yankees four into the correct order is not '-.;.,. ; after Walter O'Malley separated
Jraight in the World Series prescient He's just lucky.Here's " ..,;: the faithful from their

he temptation la overwhelm- the way the six fin rf' Dodgers, have reopened. Duke

fg to pick the Angelenoes ished last year: Dodgers, J" .." Snider the prkle of Flatbush,

utomatically to repeat as Cardinals Giants Phillies 4R hr .. has gone over to the .till-h.ted l 11

Rational League pennant win- Reds and Braves. These ..... Giants.

crs. But a man'i character standings have no carry-over Snider, 37 was acquired by
j strengthened by his significance. So let's throw GI.nta-San Francisco vln sA=
ability .( florid. Southern C.Ii. .'. the
them out and start over FSC JV CREW Picttirod hiss an .er. (lacier vanity
resist temptation.A -from the New York Mets
again craw which' will row Rollini Ceil...'. Junior eight Soturdoy *" Lot Hollinirworth. They era, age
| new baseball Isut In cash deal
season straight Tuesday.
The Dodgers lift .. ",lit, law low," of Mloml, No. 7, lob luiHc ., Folrfiild, N.J., N.. Ci Jim Srowort ., I m
to begin and it does were coming The silver-haired slugger may ___ .. .. .. ..
em silly to go leaping at like Gangbusters by the end St. '..,.'u", N. I; Jim Mormon of Nowoorry, S.C.. N.. 4) true Cult .f Reveled Vo., N*. start alongside Willie Mays, an- '' '' ''m _

ncluslons. The order of of the year and their momentum ); Tom Sovy.r of Jaolror, No. 2; Don lovor ., Wilt Point Ittch end how .., Tim Skldmer, other New York folk hero who NICI STRING Mr. Dorothy Coyioy held. op trrlng

fcish In the National League bowled over the Yankees .f limit., N.Y. Not pictured I. Tom trend.: N.. 4 "', ., Sprinffiold. III. The Junior W.terMocouint went West in the San Francisco .f bets she end hir "" ,.,"4. sod Cecil Rtynoldt ctught

uld be studied with cared in the World Series. But the will .. .lookli.0 for their fifth trolht will who they cloth with Rolllnl. TKo "...Iry roc outfield tonight when the while fishing a small loko ntor Ayburadal. They used worms

predictions made aftery Los Angeles entry was not It echtdvled. for e 1 om.. dirt with the JV rotlnj round 130 ,m. Giants meet the Milwaukee for bait

the most penetrating that good a team. It got magnificent Braves on the West Coast.

|alysis. There is no extra pitching from Sandy Old-line Dodger fans and FISHING. HUNTING

rge for this service. It Is Koufav, Don Drysdale John State Golf Meet Knights "New Breed" Met rooters were

tog offered to all custom- ny Podres and that demon re- Prep dismayed by the second passing -

for free by the same uning lies er. Ron Perranoskl. It of the Duke. But Snider welcomed 'Poor Sports'Upset

oracle who gave you had speed afoot. But it had the move and the Giants

nny Uston to knock out little power, ordinary de Opens At Winter Haven Defeat who have been after the veteran

ssius Clay within three fense. Runs were hard to for some time, were equally ReaderBy

he easiest way to go about of the four top pitchers couldbe WINTER HAVEN Openingof from this group. Individualstars LakelandTAMPA What We Need

titanic undertaking Is to fatal. the Florida State High School Include Mike Estrldge "You're Just what we need to

ove the debris. This The Cardinals have the golf tourney will be at 8:45 a.m. of Mulberry who will be seeking win the (National League!) FRED W. JONES

yes the joint a little less best Infield in the league and tomorrow at Winter Haven' the Individual title. Teams wnnant," Horace Stoneham .
tiered. So we will start solid pitching. They have a Lake Region golf course. will be determined on the low Robinson's Knights Giants president, told Snider via Ebbing Hunting Editor

|the bottom and work our potentially great catcher in winter Haven'a Blue Devils score forman teams swept to a 7.3 Group baseball telephone after the deal was Dear Mr. Jones:
Tim McCarver. I Competition will be both In decision over the Lakeland announced.
young They
toward the top in the and the Plant Panthers will
e fearless fashion as got maximum performancefrom be tN team representatives boys and girls golf with Robert Dreadnaughts here yesterday "Just the opportunity to play "Fishing Is my greatest sport and so many times I, and

Untain climbers. Just their strongest hittersa Albers of Tampa King heavily afternoon. with a contender again should many others see it abused by others. It costs the state and

e certain the rope is year ago. plus Important favored to win the girls divllion. Bucky Jeffcoat hurled a 6- add a couple of years to my county lots of money In many ways to provide the public with

ened firmly around your clutch jobs from the ancient Kathleen Nips Lakeland's Dreadnaughtswill hitter for the Knights chalkIng career," Snider said before ample fishing

sts and watch out for Stan Musial. now retired. be represented by Andrea up the victory: Lakeland I leaving for San Francisco. "I 1 "It costs for fish to restock the lakes for public boat

asses.t But the outfield this seasonis Repasky She is the only Polk had taken a 2-0 lead with a think I can help the Giants. 1 I ramps for salaries of wildlife officers and many other things.

the foot of this base- questionable. Hardee 7-6 County golfer In the girls di- pair of runs in the second but think I Can play quite a few "I think the fishing laws did wrong when they did away

Mount Everest are the The fate of the third-place vision. the Knights went ahead to camel; for them. n r J ".11. ", ,, r.. '" ,
Giants and the sixth Other than the Winter Haven stay with three tallies In the "I rooted for the Giants
-place ,
York Mets. They willa SAT TIbe1 thunder prll If. IM4 Mlh N5.' 1.45
new stadium and an Braves is intertwined becauseof A seventh inning rally by the team Estrldge Is the lone fourth. They added three more before-except in a World Series rl7'.t.A ritM, ..04 am4 wu, o.10 o.m4 m.ea r..... eta: a.m., ..b.

|! manager. each deemed a winter trade. There Is no lardee High Wildcats was stop- Polk division.County golfer In the boys In the sixth to cinch matters but I'm sure rooting for __'0" r n rrrr '" "n (

,best of its kind. Unfor- more moth-eaten phrase than pest one run short yesterday afternoon Team trophies will be determined Ronnie Wade went the distance them now." with size limits. It has put a damper on fishing a lot. Lakes

tely, however the Dar- "the deal helped both clubs" and the host Kathleen on 36-hole scores while for the losers and gave up Snider came to the Mets a and pits are often restocked with small fish of different kinds,

of the New Breed lack In this instance it happens to Senior High School Red Devils 54-hole scores will determinethe eight hits. year ago after 16 seasons with which cost the state money.

>',other Visible assets Note be correct. The Giants gained a 7-6 Southwest Florida individual winners. Lakeland has only one more the Dodgers In Brooklyn and
all those escalators the strengthened their thin pitch- Conference baseball victory, I Group 4 game on the schedule Loa Angeles He appeared In "Just visit most any lake or pit and you will see both

d I boast of Casey Stengel Ing staff with Bob Shaw and Coach Charlie Lyle's Red Devils April 28 with Winter Ha- 129 games In 1963 frequently as white and colored people stringing or throwing away fish

1 be able to budge the ball Bob Hendley while the now are 5-7 overall and 5-6 Pruess ten at Lakeland a pinch hitter, and batted .243 from 2 to 5 and !t I inches long bass, bream, perch etc.

off the ground. They Braves filled an outfield hole In the SWC. The Wildcats from Upsets The Dreadnaughts' next game with 14 home runs and 43 runs "I am of the opinion that there isn't much If anything

na i doomed to finish last. with Felipe Alou and pickedup Wauchula are 5-6 in both stsnd Former Champ will be in Lakeland on Friday batted in. you can do about It, but I believe if you publish a letter in

i Houston Colts the oth- a lefthander power-hitter ings. Kathleen hosts Plant City; night against the Plant Pan- 403 Homers The Ledger and remind them that they are poor sports then

I.Victims, of selfishness In in Ed Bailey in an SWC contest at 4 p.m. Frl RothPORT thers. It will be a Western Con Snider has hit 403 career homers maybe' they will realize they are cutting good future fishing

I expansion movement San Francisco is relying day and will meet Santa Fe at Nancy ference affair, 10th highest total In history short and they may stop at least some of it,"
been able to avoid the heavily on Jay Alou youngest 7:30 Saturday at Henley and takes lifetime
and perhaps best of the p.m. ST. LUCIE (AP-Tlsh Lakeland is out of contentionfor a .298 Your sports column reader every day
entrapment that pecu- Field. both the and to San Francisco
Croup crown batting average
outfielding brothers and another Pruess of Pompano Beach was, (s) Carl C. Auman
es of New York pres- An over the shoulder running : the conference title .
.trN brought on the Mets. rookie Jim Hart at catch by left fielder Kenny; favored' today to win the Florida LAKELAND ? 020 COO 1 } 2lOBINHOM The Giants loaded with right Well Mr. Auman requests we run a letter and there it

:'nce they have made much third in a remodelled infield. Hedgecock saved the day for Women's Golf Association a4. .kab.Jkl..aa Otto ]1J =7)Almond. I awash handed power, plan to use the Is his
without much trou-
moss progress than the Mets.'ButJt Milwaukee has more balance Kathleen against Hardee. With tournament of her arch eft.handed hitting Snider primarily We do not quite agree that the no size limit law Is bad -
still Isn't enough to get than it's had in years but the the tleing run on third and two ble after disposing in pinch hitting roles. we think it has Its good points. But we DO heartily agree that

'i ni out of ninth place young pitchers are saddled outs Hardee batter Jim Cowart rival. "With Snider available opposing who throws
: with the burden of Miss Preuss sank a 20 foot putt Jack Nicklaus anyone "strings or away" any fish they cannotuse
(Jil e i tragic death of Kenny drove a long fly to deep left teams might not be so or otherwise wastes fish is "
the 18th hole Tuesday to any a "poor sport.
on up-
l In a plane crash should through. They even could which Hedgecock raced back to quick to switch to a right-hand .

costly to the Cubs that deliver a pennant presume haul In. The Wildcats, trailing set defending champion Nancy Favored To Win ed pitcher," San Francisco Bartow Waters Not Any DifferentWe
of Hollywood. It was one
Tiicagoans are likely to ing that the ageless Warren 7-3 going Into the seventh, already Rcth Manager Al Dark laid Tuss-
peg to eighth chang Spahn still! wins 20. had pushed across three I of the few times that Miss: Houston Classic have a question a sort of complaint from Mrs.
had defeated Miss Roth
laces with the Pitts- That leaves the Phils and runs with the help of four Kath Pruess Mary Love, 420 Mill Ave, Bartow regarding Schliu tagged

Pirates whose person. Reds. The Quaker! closed Teen errors. ,during the few years they have HOUSTON (AP) For tw! fish in the waters of the Bartow area specifically, the Peace
women's golf day.BOWLING
akeup a year ago hook strongly to miss overhaulingthe Gary Sawyer went the disance Florida. straight years, big Jack Nick; River and Crooked Lake.

totally out of conten- Giants by only one game for Kathleen on the mound Miss Roth was down three .t laus has made a charge at th As we've written many times, we do not know where the
t. Mark the Bucs down even though Art Mahaffey and touched for 12 hIts. Houston Classic's gold and glory
Dennis despite being the end of 15 but came back to tagged fish are released other than from the returns we get
Bennett two likely 20-()
venth.us winners each played Hardee used three pitchers witltailing win the 16th and 17th. Her 15- averaging 68.8 strokes per rounc'or "' NITr LITees and pass on to our readers In other words we do not know
far it has been easy game southpaw Jim See getting eight rounds, and averaging than other fisherman-even
birdie nor want to know more
only half a season and took a foot attempt at a putt WON toll any any
debris Is gone and any the loss. the 3,400 per trip to the paymas.ter' I. 'uh,"" '....n. 0.. I.a II if could find out I we'd be in
short trouble if had
mere 16 between them Gene stopped three Inches on a. J,........ Walks'Aulon, we (Obviously we
the remaining six teamai Doug English paced the Kathleen window.So inter .. . . . lit I 104 Confidential information of this sort)
Mauch has
i win. But which? superior pitching hitting with 3.for-3, all slnles 18th.MIss with on the eve of the big tee. ... IMIHO OnivF..Birvlao. . IX 10sa.
an excellent first team and no Preuss was paired I Oulurkan r-r n. II Ill 100N.h But in this case, since we couldn't recall any tagged fish
[The champion of the Na.nal Williford and Ronnie off the 10tinn Hay Trlmkly ItlH
depth. Yet he is riding a high. 'Aggis Goss of Pompano Beachin Thursday strong man ,th Mriei. wmft. Lynda ameh. from either the river or Crooked Lake we did call Forrest
I League will be which- Hughey both had two hits each the second round on the 6,500 from Ohio State has been cstsbIshed 101., ., ..... .
ly regarded dark horse. 1r R? Yr.mbl ale Ware, fisheries technician for this Region and asked him about
r of the six escapes Inju- for the winners. Sinners which hasa a 3-1 favorite to take it H.h amns ._.., Clauea ao...
The Reds got a total of 13 yard course 20.. those waters
ion roe J+11is !/ all this time the $50,000 Classic .
victories from Joey Jay and KAjFLKi, ,... It J0 I-* : ladies par of 74. as Country elaudlt. Ion 100.. O top Mlt, 5y Trbl", Forrest, with the usual caution of professional biologists,
O.bb.rt! II) to Sharpstown -
( of Orlando who moves 21' O.r. A.wa' Wn.w
Bass II" e.1I aO'le.
Purkey, who had won 44 a Peggy
ic Neffers Ollllirdi ti r r and 5rv.a.Kathleen another first round Club for the first time. ok Ortn :MlIf would say only: "The waters of the Bartow area, includingthe
year earlier. Frank Robinson I engineered QAMIt
With both Arnold Palmer and h"d. smith. 551. tau T.dw 1141 Peace River and Crooked Lake received the same recommendations
a peerless batsman, slumped Pony I upset by eliminating Patti Carl- Can ...11,...,
from .342 to .259 and not even I ion of Tampa 4 and 3, was pair- Gary Player absent Nicklaus M..t 51LIT1essirn ....10' 5andr r..". concerning tagging" for the SchllU contest as did

Host FPCjorida that doughty fighter, Fred League Slates ed with Phyllis Kessler of MI- was established the favoriteover U: 5b Inn :'::,,.5.11 1.10)Ms..rd.h""l,.,;: the other waters In the area
Hutchinson could restore the Barbecue ami In the second round.In the defending champion, '.'.'0, eotl Hor.)"'. ,.1.. Now from this statement we would guess and weemphasize
shattered morale of his forces Opener, other matches, medalist Bob Charles, the southpaw New TV. MO I'UL'WON LOST that "we would guess" that there were Schlltz

Southern College'sng of Plant Zealander who took the big bundle rM Pilt .. . .. . . . . 144k! 11V lagged fish placed In the waters of the Bartow area, Including
Shocking. was their decline KATHLEEN Kathleen Maureen Crum City ....."' ,.. .. . . . .. 44 ailTI'
tennis team will be look- here last April with a record .... .... . .. . .. 41
the Reds could return to the will Us meets Dorothy Thomas of Winter H. M. II Crooked Lake and the Peace River.
for its win of the Pony League open Twxton .. ... 4JI* 15"i
fourth top just as swiftly.But season Saturday with a doubleheader Haven and Paulette Lee of score of 208. Mien, Mom torlM, flirllthon. 1007H IF there have been no tagged fish caught from those wa-

tomorrow when It hosts enough of this stalling at Kathleen Pony I Coral Gables meet Trudie Harris Charles Is back for anotherrun ,en tH team Individual' ,...m.0, bow. Ann 1ftH .Alhlirlr bra, "we would guess" that the fishermen have Just been unlucky -

irida Presbyterian College of The order of finish predictedhere League field with the first of Sarasota. at the top money but Is NioK. Indlvlduil" Iamb Hllde Smith.PLITSi / so farlIncidentally
R Petersburg on the college'stipus bracketed at 5.1 with Houston'sDave
Is-hold your hats every- game at 1 p.m.A U'. Lose TtrierNIT1 the report for the 10th week of the Schlitzcontest
courts. The first tennis bod y I Philadelphia San chicken dinner will be Mart, Paul Harney, Dow I CAP t.AOU(
is in and it Includes "Catches
just returned to
ttest between the two schools RUSSIANS WIN Finsterwald and Bruce Devlin.
the final
Los St.
Francisco Angeles, served after gameof 1. CirMnlort Mwnt H It
heduled to get under way at Louis, Milwaukee Clnclnn.tI.Pittsburgh. the Cost will be II Nicklaus did not arrive Tuesday 1: LlMlind Trinimllion; It 1. Jimmy Musso for the week Included some from Lake Van
day. .
PLAINVIEW Tex. (AP-The tak.0d NIShlnd.Cann.nl Lake Jackson at Scbring Lake Jullanna the Kissimmee River
m. Chicago, Houston for adults and 75 cents for In time to join the rest of I . .. ,r 4,
outhern will play the FPC and New York. children with proceeds going Russian women's basketball the field in a practice round, t, lmoorol MotorPrWucIO t. IInlnion between Grape Hammock and Highway 60, Lake Parker, Lake

tiers Tuesday at .St. Petefs- r to the Kathleen Pony League team wound up Its Americantour but was expected to make his I N..,, 1010H .... Mlii: Lltlnd Trace Pierce "Lake Wales Lake," Lake Arlanna Lake Rosalie and

rg, to close out its regular sea- baseball program. Food will Tuesday night with a 50-49 appearance sometime today I"12R.,th team ......, Ciroontirt Nom. Lake Mirror (one of the Chain.0-Lakes In Winter Haven we'retold

a.Tun.'a Tee A_,.nosh... Pr.w be donated by James J. Mus- victory over the Wayland College ..Muh Individual MrlM. Kayo NaMalM .)
5 .
Ipnl 34-28 the Mac netters will KBW ..I Flying Queens th Individual tanw, Karo KMM.
pete In the Cape Coral Invlonal Nrw. or.I Iorr'rtuikii il.m: so.All persons are eligible to The Queens furnished much Doctors PleasedBy 171. 100 OAMit .. .
Tournament at Cape :MIAMI Nw-Sobbt Atlro 140 JtrkionHi attend the combined barbecue stronger opposition than they Kara K..MI. 212. 504) .... boron, ':' :.
.. ,
ouipoinwd Jirri lbwlrti US. /! when the team. met a week Hutch's "II Dot Hirdin. II Ft e. M. : '..
.1 before closing out the and baseball twin bill. The did JO7I Oloon T C.I.man 2tat In,. Jui- '::8 :
,.., .
COhPuB CHRISTt. P IBrhu at Joplin Mo., with the Soviet 200 lIo"n thiohird tot -
Jr"I d Is for boysIn ago .. <
r. l f1. Mrito baseball program 1,5111' '.n untiy a >t e. M.
.. P0Lott Wayland Condition ... ..., .. .
oach Jim Bush has named 8tr< .., f0 "'. JukunT the 1J-M age group and team crushing '1 .r. T
5coR.i- .
following lineup for tomor- tell.aPwrSRirS'Ubh: ;' .DdDo"odPIIIret I : living In the Kathleen area. 7836.
SEATTLE (AP) Fred Hutchinson "
'( match: Larry Hale Steve 1A3, iMrimmta; CMIf.nw I altar S' R.B .liFffi ,-
ake, Dave Watson Roger Le-I u CT-w"vain pullnet manager of the Cincinnati SLATES MEETINGThe

e, Joe Cochonour and Jim i: : ImONffnO 1esK. State Prep Tennis Reds, left for Los Angeles 5r the ..,Miitid Pfwt -- -
lei119a,5Honolulo5/SNeakari.5: Tuesday night after undergoing Imperial Polk County NATIONAL LEAOVSenkue
s rron. ;: Meet TomorrowGAINESVILLE examinations for a cancerous Sports Car Club will hold Its . lain 01, GO GOSCHOOLING

Opens growth at the Swedish Hospital's monthly meeting tomorrow at 5S Noisome Randue5. ..:: i 000 coO ;: D

AP Anyone Beach Seabreeze Is the obvious Tumor Institute the home of Bill Chambers 3023 Lul Afoott,. ., wj'wj'i. 000et. -_
( ) Examining doctors said they Redwood Ave.Persons Lout I.I.: ::: ., .ooo tClitilnnitl
favorite. .. ,., .. .000 1
of three boys can win the were "very pleased" with the needing Instructionson iln.ot., .. . .000 IPiH.bur.ri
Seabreeze girls are expectedto 000 1Kiw rrr
State High School Tennis Tournament results of the tests and that no how to get to the Chambers YO.k. .. 0 f 000 tChlriro / /
as team champion
which begins on the University repeat further examinations would be home or for additional Information TUIIDA" .ULTI
while the boys race stacks
up S Plttiburili 4 ID Ionian -
should MU 60878. '
of Florida courts Thurs- one between Coral Gables required until June. phone sonrblrlr0 Mllveukte 4 tin -
as --
PhllKlilphlo S, N.w York 3. -
day. and St. Petersburg. Lot ..101.. 4. ... Louis. 0. r: :
Oni( whdulyd.TooAT's
West Palm IIIIIM
Bill Harrisof Champions will be crowned OAMIS.

Beach Forest Hill Armistead Saturday ending three days of Niw York hllulHphit HSi j
% Plant and John Lou I. tl h An.-If.) N.NllweuYrr .
Neely of Tampa competition in five divisionseach .n FrinalKO HUhldto .
( Gilbart of St. Petersburg are and it PlllnDurili N. -
1 ) for boys girls singles Only tftntii KhtdulidIxii
closely matched. plus two each of boys and girls 'b .,Ow AMI5ICAN 1 "iUAOSU: -RrRr=
A In the girls division however doubles. "t.Ar "t. W. L. "et Os.
[ Anillit . (HX) .
rA 4 '4 I Wendy Overton of Daytona Although the boys champion Is OETsO.ta . ... to I OM- .
. .. .. . 000Billlmori rRl rr
likely to come from among r. I 0 011O-
Wrestling ReturnsTo Neely. Gilbart and Harris, there N.501.5. York. .,.,.,.,.:;. 4 0.l 0 000 JWiihlnilnn J b
( darkhor.es who might :'hl..ro . . 0 oo0 t
are some tj' 01 000 1KIIOII
Lakeland make It They Include Norman P # Clria,cot : : : 0 o S I OW 500 IDirelt t RACES 7:00 P.M.

will return to the Holdes of Florida Air Academy, TUIIDA"" IIIIULTI TONIGHTFREE
Wrestling ,.
Kiniii cur 3
Lakeland National Guard Armory Skip Pilsbury of Seabreze and MlnniMt 1, Ckvrln. ( FREE !
liltimor. S Cniriio 3
Saturday night when Promoter Richard Monan of Coral 201saw.et Niw Ynrk. i.ID. NO MINORS
Miss Overtone G.bles'l ., : t '
Pat O'Hara presents a JJjJ'[ l'o iie
l r k three-bout card beginning at 8 lengers appear to be Loa lotion Afiirln it N.ll w York WiMlliilto pod rtln,,NIo.h REGULAR SEASON
man of Lakeland Gloria South ",mil ichidulidKMt OPENS TUESDAYS f

( p.m.Top match of the card sends erland of St. Petersburg, Jean I tTANLIV CUP FINAL APRIL 21
Eddie Graham against Tom Hancock of Fort Lauderdale'I o t *_ A..wabd prw.
3 OT 'b""O"-
:) lrnlt4 Toronto
Miami Norlai
Bradley. Another bout will pair Randi Shuert of _,1t, "d 1-11._ _
Duke Keomuka and Hiro Matsuda ,and Barbara Cook of Coral : saaonFHA R

In a tag team bout against Cables. I VA A 2:00 P.M.

Don Curtis and Bob Ellis. I Last year's boys winner Mike A BIO ONE Alfred Achy holds up the lOli-pound I MORTGAGE LOANS S W.d.Frl..Sot.o .

Opening the card Chief little Belkln of Miami Beach has lock' Mu ho coyfnr while fithlHf. a ohtiphtrt pie toutd .. FIRST MORTGAGE CORP. 5400 Reposed

CATCH Jim Hurt ef UM I. Smithfield Circle. Bear faces Don Whlttler.OHara graduated Girls champ Steph- Una1. Ho sisal rtificiol wormi for bole end fithod out of OF FLORIDA T Bradcnton Road
**. fI.IIIII' announced wre.tIingcards anie Defina of South Broward L..j Ptiono Oat .HIT llklliod"StUVICI .
the strhs' .f levee black' bye be ; Lie Well With Acktr ., 201 Terrace Wty Is hit ... I. OlIN V/UOINtt.
this year's tourneyfor .. A Kennel Club
used Mesh worm for will be held every Saturday (passed up tot a. PINda *
.. .f Ukolond. l.
..... pita .t night at the Armory. a trip overseas ..11...
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LEDGER Wednesday
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' Chance For Social Security I'LL READ MY THIS SOME IS V I EVER

I' ,: Pay Increase Seen Good A O.K, CREEP

f WASHINGTON (AP) The,[of related matters, covering i
. r chances of an Increase In the, broad field. :4
t !, basic retirement under li N l
;, payment An increase In the retlremcn
'\ Social Security appear to be payment would fit in well wit!
bright this Johnson's
I year antipoverty progranr
r Such an increase could be a and would not be likely t< leaf vp t cfAx1NG
f b
; by.productnd perhaps the arouse anything like the opposition !7

only Immediate result-of the that has resisted even

continuing pressure for a federal move to add health care to thi --

old age health plan added to, Social Security System. f ,AT TNT! 11O'f'T'CJM 0fJ
the Social Security System. There has been no overall In lWtE .'DIANA
Another possible outcome crease In the old age retirement 30100 IN ALONE, /tEACHES TMYSTlRKN13 ".AlY- ,
would be a revamping of the payment since Jan. 1, 1959 BUT 2 WON'TC:3TAY d (

present state-federal system of However, in August 1961 < IONG 1} orLK oc 0I'VE

medical care for the aged to minimum payment was In, JUST 60T .
take In a broader income bracket creased from $33 to $40 a month, yl T 0eM tb SEE WHAT'S IN ; I
and to de-emph.nize what The monthly maximum foi ar tls v st7 THESE BOxES! i 3

many critics regard cs the welfare those fully covered now is $121 g

aspects of the program. at age 65: Wives 65 or oldei

These were the prospects receive half their husbands' benefits ,. Ifj

as the House Ways and Means Optional reduced pay.
Committee scheduled more meets may be had at ages between .i P [

closed-door discussions of the 62 and 63

Social Security health care plan Said OpposedA YS II
President Johnson backs-and
majority of the Ways an alt -- .
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a.awDRIVEIN Means Committee, which bandies .

THEATRESOPEN all Social Security legisla. r | THiNK I SPRAINEDMY
lion, Is understood still to opposethe
Tonight The Night medical care plan. EASTER SEAL AMBASSADOR Abigoil' Von Boron, wieldy. I I > .

T, C. Out, To A Movie I But some of those who opposeltare \known for dor "Door Abby" lyndicotod nowipopor column' woeoppolnt. VER1r Wow!

known to be willing to consider .. poimonont Eoittr Sod Amboitoo'or by tho Notional' E70CD SIIAMIZ17C1IE APRETZELI

(.A.R.L.O.A.D NIGHTI : an increase In the old age Society for Crippled Children end Adults. A 'long-time loiter r. STAR! j:: >
25c Service Charge benefit, based on the argument hot. volunfeer, the wag appointed "In grateful ,recognition of dis-
With A Pall | that the slow but continuous Increase tfngulihtd continuing service to crippled, children" t
in living costs has eroded I
A'd the means of older persons Q.
dependent on Social Security :
2-Big Hits-2 I| Presumably, many membersof
T:10 Wild r.'l,.l ft... tntwin Congress would welcome an
a .! II >0 I
WlIIom, HOLON lCm NOVAK opportunity to cast an election ..'_ '_... 4uT
Use 'Minor Decision'Strategy r w uAr
"PICNIC" year vote "for the old folks,

aT- without becoming embroiled In
IIUOlO'V M''IUION I""ItOM.N the emotion.filled controversyover MateBy

ORALIVIN6? \you DO ? I ELP IMd 8Jfi
George W. Crane, Ph.D., M.D. iI II

and THURSDAY SpellingBee '- .. '-..H'L: ; d __ ( NOWT po

Carload Bargain NiteiAT CASE S-4J9: Delores B., classes on the "Psychology of I
730 A \I 00 Slated aged 32, I is the girl who had Sales and Advertising." r Rl

"Gunmen ftOBCMT from KNAP Laredo"IN In been engaged for over a yearto FOR THE coeds then II i
COLOR Friday a bachelor, aged 37. learned not only how to em >

CL'FF ALSO' IIOUltnON AT *'00 ONLY in "Dr. Crane," she continued, ploy that deft "minor decision

"THE INTERNS" annual Polk "tell me more ," but they alsj were surrounded -
about that by an excess of men!

1C County for Spelling Friday Bee at the is School scheduled 'minor I' decision For the men outnumberedthe \i:1.:: :

Board office I In Bartow, strategy coeds probably 2 to 1. ..
Superintendent of Instruction "For I never Girls, it Is smart strategy to %. '- ,
-A-R-L-0-A-D NITETONIGHT.THURSDAY Shelley S Boone announced had any experience .! enroll in courses primarily
in the j aimed toward men for in that
2 Color: Hi' 2T9 today One Old One New
0-\110 t- According to Boone, champions sales field, so way you enhance your chancesof Plays, ,
it Is new tome !
"KINGe'AND4b"ciUIENS" and runners-up from the a wedding ring

S3O ONLY ten school areas In Polk County ." I Indeed, you can then lean Are Charged With FeelingBy
.ADULT ENTERTAINMENT I will compete for the opportunity IN SELLlNG'1 upon an attractive male classmate

"ELMER GANTRY" to represent the countyIn it usually for .help in solving the The
best to ease HOWARD TAUBMAN impact was no greater, but also
JMI s'mm.nsGrove ,
a urt Laneakr the Central Florida District DR. CRANE homework problems, since you
Spelling Bee at Orlando on I gracefully Into can profess to know little rtnlock !timro no less. Time and change in 1,. ..

May S.The the crucial "dotted line" stage. about such masculm. topics."I NEW YORK The theater Russia have not diminished its

Park 20 participants In the After a smooth sales presentation feel so helpless In this is not a newspaper, reporting power. Stars

Shopping Center match will take part in a written therefore, a star sales course," a coed can sweetly day.to-day events Nor is it a
\ match at 1:30: o'clock Fri I man doesn't rudely shatter the smile as she disarms her male historian, nearly I balancing Play Done Here '

day afternoon, and a oral part semi.hypnotic trance by baldly classmate, "but you are a large and small movements of I It has been done here In various i

NOWSHOWING I of the event ,is set for 3 p.m. demanding: brain so I wonder if I might the past into a calm perspective tongues, including the I Impel
Words for the oral part will "Well, take it or leave Itt! ask you for some advice?" complete with annotations. Noris I
be pronounced by Miss Rebecca Do you want It or don't you?" it a soothsayer, peering intoa I Russian by the Moscow Art ," ,,'11

Shows At Keith, coordinator of secondary No; Indeed, for that would crystal ball and prophesyingthe Theater itself, which gave its By Carroll) (Righter
1:00.4:30.1:15 instruction for the memorable interpretation In 1923
destinies of and
arouse caution and subconscious men nations.
t. school board. Judges will be warnings that are negative Burned OutFamily's with Stanislavsky as Satin, the
Mrs June Sutton, presidentof dissolute card sharp who In the
In the hands of an' artist
BEST-PICTURE the County Council of last act proclaims the essential
"Maybe I better sleep over Top however, the theater can be as
PTA', Mrs. Lucille Colbert good In man In that cast were 1
this decision would then bea sensitive as the needle of a INt-
County PTA committee chair Ivan Bulgakov and his wife, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 15, tical projects you have In
of the
typical reaction More sensitive.
OF THE YEAR! prospect Needs seismograph.
Are Met
I man, and Mrs. Mabel Wunder- The seismograph record vibrations Barbara, who later became GENERAL TENDENCIES mind. Come to the point
lich, coordinator of special American citizens.
If So the professional salesman unleashed by remote, hidden Show Value all the ac quickly. Attend worthwhile
I education. Lakelanders have opened' As Leo Bulgakov, the former] you
I gently commits the prospectby tremors The theater can tivity going on about you by public meeting,
their to Ivan staged an English versionIn
hearts the Claud Kouch
casually asking him questions point a concerned and admonitory
1..n I Animals living at the bottomof with two answers. family, who were left homelessby anger at forces that will the American vernacular prepared entertaining or arranging those CAPRICORN (December 22
for with
include amusements
the Grand Canyon Thus, Instead of asking "Do a fire Saturday afternoon. Inevitably erupt into great upheavals by William L. Laurence to January 20) Important you
bull snakes, beavers, bobcats, whom you are connected, as
yes Atomic-Bill, as New York stick to work at hand Insteadof
It don't ? the
or "About all .
you need is
deer and ring tailed cats you they now Tlmesmen knew their science this will inspire them to re
... salesman inquires: a refrigerator and they could In one ot those unpredictable and editor In 1930 lease further favors to you taking some unnecessarytrip
"Would you rather have stand some money," said Mrs. coincidences that mark our thea- reporter so that you can make swifter or other Be conscientiousat

pOXFORD shipment by express or by Peter Craig, a member of the ter, where collective planning Now the Association of Producing headway toward your aims. labors. Co-workers will be

freight?" Polk County CB.ers, Inc. is unknown, there arrived last Artists is performing anew The best way to delight others
( Note that his answer to that English translation by Alex Inspired and much Is accomp
CK00.k 505000. I LUMBER The group, an organization of week in New York two plays now is by mental agility, Inventiveness lished.
doesn't Szegvl in a production that Is
MSA"SNsI.D.as'Aa5" .11 question actually com citizens' band radio enthusiasts quivering with a dread aware .
MYBENCEOFAR4B1A SPECIAL! mit the prospect at all. But it helped to supply the family with ness of the future. Almost six both poignant and illuminating. ARIES March 21 to April 19)) AQUARIUS (January 21 to

starts him into" the habit of clothes, cooking utensils and a decades separate them. One Is For "The Lower Depths" Is You are thinking very clearly February 19)) You are too cautious

saying "Yes stove. Mrs. Craig said other about Czarist Russia; the other, still charged with feelfg- and now and have the ability to amounting I to fear ,
LODGE "WOULD YOU prefer to pay have also donated items contemporary South Africa. still intensely pertinent. Have make wise sales, purchases, where money is concerned.
_ouc"-ss 01100515001.1Osc.IMAR"s by the month or give us a persons I the Russians the Get out and have some fun
Both throb with pressures for wiped out flophouses etc. Don't welch on any
JOK r1AURw the Kouch
to that
family so the
_.....,...Of.....IaI.__... nwaN.abltl _..., POLE check on delivery?" is another two-bedroom home the familyof change that can only be ignoredat I and cesspools where men I promises made Act with now at simple delights. Later
i iodl._.ww L"wr.'ii i query that illustrates the "min eight has moved Into Is filledto a nation's and the world'speril and women were no better than principle when dealing with all sit down and get that Important

::o-Ila. .a.:..;.,.'.;-r.. -,;',';.'O. I PANELING II or decision." overflowing. I beasts or bugs? Look around' others. job done efficiently
Before long, the prospect Is our affluent globe -. at Latin TAURUS (April 20 to May PISCES (February 20 to
WHirl PINE far along the "Yessing trail" Mrs Craig said the C.B ers Too Risky America, Asia and Africa and 20) Put aside amusement today March 20) Forget a jealous

I lOW IN COSTBEAUTIFUL that he can't back up. often come to the aid of distressed It Is risky to insist on toe you will find poverty, miseryand and get busy with im associate today and concentrate

FOR Then the smart salesmanwill families, as well as helping close a parallelism. But it Is a human degradation that portant work, particularly in on achieving greater

NEXT ATTRACTION smile, offer his pen, and in other emergencies. reckless ruling class in South make Gorki a prophet for later matters of property and other harmony at home. Best timeto
DIN Oft PORCH suggest;: Africa that does not heed .
generations holdings. Right businessmen Improve, Income, too. Thinkin
"THE PINKPANTHER" I 530 WEST MAIN "Now If you'll Just O.K. this AT THE THEATERS "Sponono," just a* it wai a Tells Of EffortsIn give support. Be charming. terms of real abundance,

I down here, we'll have delivery Hull and bankrupt social system GEMINI (May 21 to June cash in the bank.
PHONE MU 2.2191 I on the date you wished." TOO.,' and FILMLAND Tomorrow DRIVI: Kin.IN end Foil that failed to learn the terrify "Sponono" Alan Paton and 21) Think of yourself for a IF YOUR CHILD IS BORN
a Please observe that the Quoen. and Elmer lesson of "the lower depths." Krishna Shah are telling a story
I0 - - -- - OHOVI THTATIIt ing while now and closet yourself TODAY there is a tendencyhere
--- salesman even then uses the Today DI Ar.bl.throuch." Saturday: Lawrinc The Czar' censor was cautious about the black boss Irv a South away from kin so that you can to become Interested In so
milder term "O.K.," insteadof African reformatory and the efforts .
LAICIIL"ND DIIIV..IN tpi enough In 1902 to make concentrate. Improve your many different things In life
NOW SHOWING) "Sign Toda/y pin, ,\ 'Roln., lIolld.," and "' v M deletions in the text of Gor of a decent white principalto health and appearance first. that none will ever be completed

AT1:00.5:01.5111I.7114.9:31 For that word "Sign" has *. ki'. play before he let the Moscow understand and help them, Then your desires become if don't early teach
aowNiOWN : : : vague nuances that suggest |Toda.1"."throuin'lwlurdaV: Kluln' ConToda Art Theatre produce it. He But like "The Blood Knot," an- more attainable that In order you to have

"Legal contract" and thus throiieh'Pride". .) saw to it that aspersions on the other South African work now MOON CHILDREN (June 2 one must finish what success is
." once
may start subconscious nega SILVtM MOON OHIVI PTIM.IN nobility, the police and religion playing off Broadway "Sponono" to July 21) Get confidential affairs started There Is great logic,
Vlslouir Sswill9in'1iS tive thoughts. Toots and Tomorrow is about the basic predicament
ilSfeud + : ounmta tram were eliminated. handled properly Insteadof
should all Io..do" and "Th. InlcrniOTHIH ." of with however, in this nature as
Well you girls a country a policy
CITIES. What he did hot was dashing out to give a good well
perceive as imagination and ability -
: take a good course In sales AOBORNDALK' _P.I.' implacably turned toward the friend
thI TH Vlklnt
PRFS manship, for winning a wed- and Bachelor rial" that these cuts did not dilute past. a raking over the coals. of performance.
fierce vindictive Make that elusive contact
AVON PARK-Hllan.' KU.ln1 Couilal'and play' ,
ding ring Is a real sales job "D.wm. o( Africa Chekhov knew better when In Its final scene "Sponono"moves give Information needed. Bee
IARTOW Outdoor: Phony American'HAINXS rage.
In fact, I used to steer
and "SUkeout .. from realistic narrative firm.
kiiOHnlnMk he called Gorki a destroyer intent
scores of coeds at Northwestern i of CITV Iddlin'-L rathtr and"Courtship -Qua on destroying all that. deserved . into a haunted dream of a tribal LEO (July 22 to August 21)) Man Who Won

I C..So"i"l Arthur O'Co"n,1I I and George Washington Iliht WALLS at th. OK- Corral"LAKE also Orapn .( obliteration court. Sponono, the engaging, Rather than fret over finances
Universities I Into my big Wrath disturbed and ,
and CUd LltUn Arrt disturbing prisoner ,
PLANT CITY-C. Cou.I In its first performance or get busy contacting $650,000 PaysNeighbors'
aim" and Shark ;, in manacles, Is now the judge the right persons and make
PLANT CITY'o.II: The Lion Dec. II, 1902 in the Moscow Art t
and "Who i mot the Action," administering a weird kangaroo intelligent plans for the future
BY ,SEBRINO and '00,5-A-a-Florida,.: Serif A Tiler Walk'",Theatre's Depths"new shook home the"The audiencelike Lower > justice. With his fellow inmates Get good ideas Be sure to Rent
LIQUOR StBRINO 1h. Hunk--aevon":': Bachelor Flat and a terrorists bomb After. and the chorus In native step out socially in PM and :
WAUCHULA -- Btarlltt Home, costume, punctuating points in
the Hill" l"and"Pour Put Ouni from the revolution, it was possibleto I LONDON (AP) Charlie
INTER HAVIN Rita' "Hud the hallucinated testimony with VIRGO (August 22 to September Cooper .
the in its the $28- week
perform play orig. clerk
Come To The WINTER HAVIN Ha en The chants
also Na ,d" and the Dead" bind "Tall inal, unexpurgated version, i iu I drumming and wild 22) If you do something who won $650,000 In a soccer
dancing he places the principalin to please an important
--- -
pool, has picked
up a big check
the dock.
personality now, you find you for his neighbors in the Bethnal

BROWN MUGOpening 'I Mixing superstition ritualismand get support you covet. You Green section of London's East
RELIABLE SERVICESFor expressions of modern man's need more public acclaim. Get End

sensibility, this scene brings busy and acquire It-be dy I Hundreds of
"Sponono" to the heart of South namic. people who live
Any Job You Have I Africa' corrosive Can LIBRA on Wilmost Street will be told
Party Thur. 16th-Fri. 17th problem. (September 23 to October 'when show
I the natives be kept forever In 22) Forget that dull routine up at town hall
INSTANT SERVICES BY CAPABLE today to pay their week's rent:
reformatories, no matter how and get l Into new and
MuB;!< AI Doheny's MikadosFrom INSURED PERSONNEL 'kind the white principals designated more productive outlet insteadof has"Don't paid bother it for Charlie" Cooper

I i to supervise them? crying over spilt milk. Be you
Vacation Fill-Ins I Although "Sponono" does not practical broad-minded. Then Charlie sent a check for

9 to 12 Housecleaning Yard Work I equal the power and humanityof wonderful things happen. M.200 to the Town Council, then

"The Lower Depths" it re- SCORPIO (October 23 to November ducked away to the country.
$1 50 Baby Sitters IBM OperatorPBX verberates with similar Intimations 21) Paying obligationsand
Cocktails 3
Office of discontent and unrest keeping accurate recordsis CHINESE WANT TO BUY
. . . . For Operator Help Etc.
. . . Is in seis vitally
lIt effect a delicate important now. Keep DAVIDSON Sank (AP) _
TWO DAYS ONLY mlc calibration before the catastrophic your word with others and Communist China wants to buy
DAY or NIGHT event. fine benefits follow. Impress tremendous quantitites of
Will Be Our Aim-Favors farm
A Pleasant Evening
them with your fine character, machinery, fertilizer,
3303 Dade City Highway DAY 682.6620 I The first hot dog eaten in the SAGITTARIUS (November wheat and minerals from paper Can-,
t I United States is believed to 22 to December 21) Allies now ada, former Agriculture
U. 6. Hlghwoy 91 and ,Intentoto 4 NIGHT 686.4426-682.5565 Minis
been bought at Coney Island appreciate your ability and ter Alvin Hamilton said Mon.

around 1871 will give support to any pra day night

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LAKELAND LEDGER Wednesday April 1l. me M



: .' Whot's problem? Pot AWAY I
your I
e.Mrol reply, writ to

Cat Them Abby, BOH 3365, B.v.rly .y iI i'D.Q' I

Off Hill, Collf., and Include oMltoddrMMd '1

4 tompd envtlop Jx

*. Abby antwoirt llmill. I 1f

Abigail \Yon Buren .

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DEAR ABBY We have t telephone and our next-
fceighbori have none. When they first moved in. they asked think be has already "broken up" with you. I A LIFT-SIZE"OODDUft Of 5EST CUSTOMERIM /'-

If they could use our phone. Thinking it would be only a * WEDDING PLANNED V LOVE: MADE OF BRAZILIAM 0)4*WEEK-,*-
hart while before / ORCHIDS.'.' PUT M THROUGH IMPOSSIBLC'J-
they theirs connected. I said certainly.. DEAR ABBY: Regrettably the public doesn't know the ? '
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Bt haa been
a and
B.ve of them who year they are still using ours. There ire difference between wild pigeons which fly around uncontrolled t: '-. T4EPRICE. ISI

use it. including a teen-ager who makes making a mess, and the domesticated variety which is kept

fcne call after another some of them lasting 30 or 40 minutes. under sanitary conditions and is not a nuisance to neighbors. >

Bese people can afford their own phone Abby, as three in Domestic pigeons do not carry disease! During World War

he family work, I've thought of taking the receiver off the One and Two. carrier (or racing) pigeons saved thousands of p 1

hook and ..ylnllt is out of order but I hate to lie. Can you lives, as they have in other disasters. Abby. U there Is rein 1 J

suggest something? carnation I am returning as a pigeon and all those uniform :=

B. S. M. ed pigeon haters who condemn all pigeons had better watch

DEAR B. S. M.t Some people have so much gall they out. You may print this, together with my signature. The of
hould be divided peek the social s.a.on will be r..chsd,
Into three parts. Tell these clods that you BILL (WILD) FRAME MARION, IND. when Mr*. &...ie! Bophir weds Dumpmflfcon
hive ONE-PARTY line-and you are the party J>r"'xa: <-.AII. at the y.lime time es h r:nephaw

DEAR ABBY: You would be doing a tremendous service

DEAR ABBY What does it mean when your steady boy if you would print in your column the answer to a question VOL1'RE SURE THE SPAGE I I IT HAD TOOU JUSTDONT MAYBe THE T VEAM-Cp

Briend tells you that he thinks it would be best if you dated that has been the source of many harsh words in this household THEBES ABSOLUTELY coupe -rose OFPY | MISPLACE DlLUON-J |BOYS WMIELCO / TOOK IT

fcther boys, and he thinks he should date other girls? We : What does "PERSONAL" mean on the envelope of a NOTHING.' wo TRACE, MR SMIT11f DOLLAR SPACE COUPS I ITBACXTOCVERTOTUe I

idn't have a fight or anything like that and I thought we letter? C, NOTHING? 94 FEET LONG THeAMANCARF ATOMIC t FOB CENTER AM

Were perfect for each other. We have gone steady for five "D" IN TOPEKA Oil h5.L -- ENERGIZESCHECK '

Months, one week and four days. Should I break up with him DEAR "D"l It Is a reminder that the letter Is Just that A ?

jot good? He is 17 and so am I. -"personal"-and not community property, as mall Is regarded l tc. I

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1 N-W.kt U. M..il T..... a..d D., 1 27 Sen. Ken 49 Traffic sign .l ;
r Is-w&.. u. _.,. T..... O..d Dw110a Artifice. al. S2
,., Alm."M TocI... M"I. arNs Owd 0., nedy et facto.
r._._.__". T.... M....,. ... O.5. D... I N. H. favor28 Emerald 53 Dry as wine. J'
._.... II....... T.... Mws'. 5.... Cast. ........ ite. Isle. 54 Trouble ', .

i ist:: sm:: im: N.h C.rb.nsJb.,. ,Ir.nS:. C.Cwt.S100anN. 5m:..= 14 Flushing 30 Sight. 56 Wild plum.spot. ,tno

H.. ,. ..... MrN1samN Meadow 32 Cooking 58 Hawaiian
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H,... M.... e..ill.) M... spectacle formula. hawks. a e .., -
040-5.m. ..... M..,. C.rtpnnlld Mw,. 'IOU IEfEIPt&R
..._..m_ Sam M.r. C.._..,... M.... 15 Crawl. 34 Famous river 61 Assumed DID USA 6A.V WHO SHEMO, SHE Ma, MR.FAUI1t6TON f
11'00-NM. M",.. .....,." 1._5. M..i. 16 Directional 35 Owed. name. THINK WAS RESPONSIBLE FO \ PIPN T, 'I .
.S 11W._ M..,. S..h Sls_ Herb.15.10I 1 HER FATHER MURP ,POCTX L.r. Luce Oelh..l: P.,. : l.I.) I L.V. Lull sign. 38 Hint. 62 Untram- # r'AW
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M.Cay. C.....tS.t.n .ot MN..N--e; M.C.W1111TN. 17 Spring vege 40 Touching. meled. b
M.C.Y. CM..ntr.0.n G. M....5. TM M C.r. table. 42 Relative; 64 Fr Income. C
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20 Thing: Lat. 43 Sound, asthunder. form. N

21 Jewish 66 Blend. \ i

I-ru: month. 45 Kind of type. 67 Newspapers,
SERVICE 22 Desk item. 46 Court meet collectively.\ (j,,

23 Spigot. ing. 68 Wooden pins. i
Near A* lour PhoneTV 25 Cone's tip. 48 Marrow. 69 Emperor. \ 1 1IliI '

St.'. Re*!*) Color TV SpaclaJuNEivtrt : D

SNYk.A"_ !!!!!Btat. (r Air Conditlonort DOWNI : LJJ

I A:2: :w.4. NITS & DAY TV At a distance. 18 Corded 41 Yawn

PhOfl.686.11715TOMORROW 2 Foundation. fabric. 44 Supple. -
8 AM.9 P.M.
AFTERNOONDaeamkar pi. 24 Indigo. tea. BlA9NDIE"AJSOT AND DIDN'T MONEY wusTru i tat.e .

U'/0- ... N Uls 5.1 I..r .,. ::1 C.MN Nnwt 5..O1115L.r. 4 Epoch. ,26 Send forth. 49 Steep SIGN IT ACLOLTJT1JVr IN MY
u ,_...,.."M,1/._..'w Truth ImerMr.n. c."_. Nlrn O.M.r,. tNd Nn.wO .N.w...." Ttm..._ 5 Moroccan 28 Goddess of de.cent.coin. .
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I51-4.r1 T.'" N.wl InN ..... *f ld.110wsrb 6 Nail hoof or 29 Italian dent. 5
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TurMs .- t Sl Oo ''' W4rN Turn claw. painter. 51 Think.
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10-4.5 pab ThO.r. /5 C.u" ...u.....rty151M.ua 8 How' that? 31 Dispatched. 55 Employs
a Nr4r TM _twt D.. In Cout H.u.....,. 33 Nautical 57 Mass. town.
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IS-ToI' tho T.u' 1..1t. v.u. G..I H...,.., TNI TM Truth110IdN I Den. whistle. 59 Classic
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110-55.11 ra' W.I'Sbrm U.Ma.N.II 55151 O.5. trNMs..lw T'.,......... .Iwr._.5 m.n Srm Syrian sect. 37 Engrave on 62 Coxcomb. tie'I
43HIna. w.1t 55,5. ...... T..I.....,.. 'u..m.n 12 Pierced. metal. 63 Frequently: II 'LWC I
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1'10-MUebLl.rrY M,5N M4YSr.Y Mw51 Mw.S S5n51.5511 V.5 V. .... 13 Jugs. 39 Pant. poet.
S ,_...... .. ..._ Clm" 51500 SSna .... fl WHEN I MM A CHILD THINGS WtRt
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Solution to Yesterday' Puzzle .. PLUS(,DANC? I'LL NEVER DO R ALL RIGHTI

WEDU-TV-Channel 3 Bryant Claims A I THAT CAM OUT OF A MC--- HELP o.-- ALL KIM DO THAT,
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TAMPA J N D e A C M p I E I A CRYPTOGRAMBy IV..I..ca'Iu..hl. I t e Henry Gelman MJT I CUM I

THIS.. AI..... Business Should E I. A r! DIDN'T OUTGROW
..,-......5,5..1..5 SLIVERY EVXU- THE HABIT! I'N
... a.5. D5,
110-0 100-S._...... *1.1.M. ii DYSRIC CDWF ==
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II 0.-Indixtry On P.... ORLANDO (AP) Businessin 'SHE Elf
10 1*-AmM.ema At t*.... Ft ii9 J [ PI a ,
... _.. OffTOIIIIO..OW l/l ,1rY1,
n Florida should carry its own
i A S T a N I
4055)50041amrt..n.m ') A Yesterday's cryptogram:
) .... C.mmunN4SSO154 (load, said Gov. Farris Bryant C whisks
tfta ''ainmn' Busboy away
S I-.t.. .*!*. ItS Monday night but government,
aM......l Intarlu** PL crumbs with deft flick of
S 10-W..N of ..,..co will do everything possible "to S
It _Th. ........UrIV make it good to be in business rumpled napkin.
It a -Pala JL
It .IS-V.. .Miataryl3SSS. A1DM1140TM in Florida." I IBryant's M/IS/64 /, so s Nopc orOLR 101coLcAN1ON, MISS PALO.I'AD SLION'MC I AMD LASea PALOMINO
It 15-1.55 -----
statement came at 'LARiiTHH N Lit, Ia sriu, COLOhIIIn MGAN I'AV G 15 fin THAT WU I.OoP: t'v6 I TMS WITOf Of,TUS TAPI C(
... the kickoff dinner of the Florida St. Pete Times U. s. TOODISM6 VALID Pc* A k. 4 -I MEAN I seeLOUSED MAD. CORDER INNER WOULPS
U U a ..'., Xt&..... Industries Exposition. He told Aggression p I / PAYS AC1lY INe IetlTax' QALLANT Kr IN TMi vaunt ALL Ti 140...

U .a-Muaical.rtma Intarludat the audience of 300 that the Backs MathewsST. h AT NaR WrltoMi OWN ALLY) i No4TEL,4o tar,
I -Ma ?Ya.aaaIB f ) sio you tooo rlri
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'I.aM.._.., "tho of I..,..,MInW1.S state doesn't offer any gimmick Charge Dropped CONSULATE.,, NIONTr, vl

a I.I-Mu.ca').a-C.,..-..of..In.t'NL5....w.... does to attract provide new the Industry"kind of but cli PETERSBURG (APTheSt.
1.-.""' .' 5 ..11)4I Petersburg Times editorially From Red Slogan y
makes it for 1l
1f-IMSI 10I mate that possible
]0-15 5.w_ SNnNAt endorsed Sen. John E. Mathewsof *Fu I
.-.-N/V business to grow. Jacksonville for in I
-Par taatar Art governor MOSCOW (AP) The usual
.00.-What a Nn>> Some of the things government its Sunday editions
1/D10. 30-Parian.1*_PranealoHolland 1..Ib' can do Bryant said U to "He has a truly remarkable 'charge of American aggres.ion'against T

provide a good educational sys- record of sponsoring and guidIng Cuba was missing Tuesday -

Names em: good living conditions for through the legislative mill from Communist party slogans :

workers good highways, and a major governmental reforms" published for the faithful .

good tax structure.Peter the Times said. to shout on May Day.

Official In "His accomplishments include The Cuban slogan for last

correcting! the I Ion standing May Day when Prime Minister

Sellers abuses of state printing by initiating Fidel Castro was the guest of ROC1I OAi6a: A CSOUP THAT HAS WO 1 HEN! II

Polk CampaignClyde Florida's modern law in honor, and for Revolution Day }bit BELONG TO THI wHAT5 MORAL 6TANPA2P9... KJO $ 6)I

that field; steering through the last November, expressed "fra- Yh DISILLUSbNED THAT) WORTH WWLE 6OAL .,..NOREGPECT 1J I tiOMiTHt
FOR Aii TWO*rr/-.
Martin vice presidentof Said ImprovingHOLLYWOOD Senate laws to bring the way- ternal greetings to the heroic .. GENERATION NO 6 NSB Of COMMUNITY

the Florida National Bank ward turnpike authority under people of Cuba constructing CUATIOM) .

has been named finance chairman (AP) Actor control; instituting protection 'socialism, selflessly fighting for
for U.S. Sen. Spessard L,, freedom and Independence of vtis
Peter Sellers Is improving against bond scheme abuses and l
Holland's Lakeland campaign steadily after a severe heart attack passing a measure to rimove their motherland from axgres 5

committee. it was announced today and has been moved out of state universities from politics." 'slve encroachments of Amerl

the intensive care unit at Cedars The paper said "Mathevis la apolitical can Imperialists"

Mrs. G. E. Tate Is In charge of Lebanon Hospital. 'doer' not a "promts-! The new May 1 slogan, published -

of the campaign headquarters Sellers U, was moved Into a er" today in Pravda,
located at 120 S. Kentucky Ave., hospital room Monday It said none of the candidatesfor the Communist party paper 4! _"
Lakeland cam 4.16
Bolivar F. Hyde Attendants said however that the Republican nomination dropped the reference to fighting -
chairman, an
paign nounced.committee he still Is in serious condition. for governor was qualified the Americans. -


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W.dneay' April IS. 1MLEOAL CLASSIFIED 1 116 Automobihi For Salt
I 1 1 Hell! Wanted Mete Int. Sell 97 Articles For Sole-Mtu
ADVERTISINGRATES 7 Transportation $2 Help Wanted. 54 7 F.rll.r. __
AOVCMTIIIMINT toll CORVAIR Mania convertible
MO' 730BSD
control laleeInaa OROOND PlAY mini s-Ia mad al" COLO* T C.I -
TERMITE AND Fill radio. autamaife
MAN OO1NO to Wlicon. I -.. MEN AND women Mildi, ha IM 5 1..r. c.n. V
Ma' :

IN THE CIRCUIT"' JUDICIAL COUNT"' CIRCUIT Of THTtNTM : I IGET 14 PI Typo ..n..r.. loa H.lp R"'tOD."":'f.'. lies CT lraO'po-U13,'::1 I ire Ic sn0051Ir. all klndi 4 men 663.6626 0111.5 sn5.I ...m. I nia.., i"r. .t 01 0 mlioa. 00.65. .Located MO 3-3.1100 .... ;Rll'a 0 11..10"mllH, .ht.. .ie..U. u. IS.. 5

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IN AND COP) COCK COUNTY:i Minimum. II Word Wlm.r a.en -- LEAN PHOSPHATE land (ra. )s-hsa. 00MU Bo'U'., .. ).FORD convertible. Pull pow.er ,
iFio rxrmoascrm I.wn. Ala aaad and dirt for torl
elean Mew top Privateowner
PLOPHOA IN CMANCKAV: Minimum Crorjt-SI S BASEBALL PLAYERS wile drlV.Ill. 5.4154.ZIG .
Ct'U'Serv 0 Devi. MO 1
$UIT rOR'" OIVORCK' to Duluth, Mlnneaota Apr YOUR FUTUREIS mid boitr pian Aupli 3" 66-1436: after S JOW "
Words Para Tan Data Dave OKIce. CIl, BallPPLICANTS
C... N.. 11'70.10.62 I 7 32nd 1-2 female osui505iOfla.Writs rI HOUND PEAT 13 oasIs rard alIird > FINANCB Soar arodlt laoa4
Aai' ned ta Judge Kelly 1.II Otto 12 40 11 -I .0ri 7S3 Winfrei Barbar FOR chief officer I Bawl Peel Companr .21 ZAQ AUTOMATIC Law..140 do*.SuaihlaeM
SANDRA )LEbR! NtLSOV: 120 140 J30 100,1320( Smith OUR CONCERN for SOS lira deparuneBt For perranal Lakeland Mill BI.. ...-.7... Automatic sewing machine lalntlff. f'76 4 00 6 2> ID hi l> Intirvliw. lend reaume to
-"'._ f Sa-30 110 410 T aO II60CtARdlFUD BUILDING TRADES WI ARE PROUD TO .B ABLE P1,00 I DistrIct f.1 of nlo" C*.. 72 Flewers, Seeds PlaIds console. Like new Balance iItD Rasois mssOa. aIlS.
Ansu. I. &
1..lId."I. M 2. per aoluma lack MORE THIS IS DON"" BY OOOD I WAirTtD ELECTRICAL: lesom- CLOOIl5O A.'or and S38.8 or $600 per MO 10070f .

NOTICE TO DC'tNOTATf : CtAMIIPIED D1SPLAT RATE 14 Building C rp.nttrlngMOOPINO MANAGEMENT: LOW OVERHEAD: ,: ion astir 647500 to .3S0 00 per ..... ol'r. 51 00( Pee .nl.d. 100. Fully guaranteed t PORSCHE Super N 1.000m
; ril' FLORIDA '10BOBBT : 4J.JO par toluma lack AND LACtIC VOLUME PLACE, mon'h' Appli Civil Service Oil Ice.' whHo they ., 1315 tail Lmo.ldi I**. radio Dunlap (Urei .6OO.

JACK NELSON Contract OaSes Upon Iteaueil WINDOWS alumInum tONi YOUR AND EMPLOYMENT NEFDS M PROS OUR CItY HallFIVE CUT ;. .u..; Phone 682-13 MU 2.11.CNn. .

Wlllowrm Station lid''..if. porenea. repa n. altera HANDS FOR PAST AND EFflCIENT ., on Doctor . four door staios
All.I .. Hprlnia. WANT AD DEADLINE lions 60 month! te par S-S SERVICE: RELIABLE MEN ,: Rom. 371 a *>ulh Florida' Ave66601S7 .AOO air conditioner. two '" r.dl. and h..r.
Northern leirHory Contracllne Company Iniuredhone OPEN: DAILY 6 TO S baa. ,.. 'T. f rat class condition early aiw '311(). Air .ondilon.
Auatralln WOP.O aDS MO t.UI2. A Clajmirlan. .I SATURDAY S TO 12 To I stuff faetari brinch Opporunltr .00'. 5031745.1wocAsuslORli000lk .sos A.1 condition. .
YOU ARK HFUERT! NOTIFIFr> Pukllcat Dn txadilnaMondar MU 4-3081 F &0'''. far abova ....... larnlnttconunluloa : Feeds Fruits 'f blti C.o .. Pereon with food .dl caamoneo
that suIt for dIort'. h.. b..n 1 Vtg sa.01(105. .- low down
11 00 A M geturdayTUMda sad with' 6 largeompaai N..ln.

titled fll.d '.couit..In.t you You In.,the.. hereby a DON a .n.ra 430 P ... MondarWedneaday 21 Rotflng I AM City EmploymentRm : Thla la pereianeote '1 1C.m. Purr FOR SAL. Bat o kuahol II.n' for.. bstb 50. Mt. r.0.4515.. . .. !30 months. 'U.ISO.'WAOI. I. .. 144 monthlyhnno .

4 30 P M TusadapThuada for Interview.: AImS . a Fruit
nulled to aarva a ropy of )'oUI'.nowor la penonel "IP..d.al. 005.015-. .cammercta aIr
50,0.mosallIp. 208 Arcade Bldg. Psoil
SOOflNO DOPINOABLI I 1601 Morth Florida. 550- Tnisok.
Dr .th.r wrItt.ii daf.aa 30 ..... Wedsesdap . ..., oarm.ota, Mn. 108 South aaourl. 3-4.30. Thuraar .. "ood c..dltoor. one 11 1,05(01 sod bars
upon J. HAItDINJH P"TERloo! ;. tOi.TH' ... and soIl
rtlda" ,. 4 30 F M Thuradargaturdar 010055 Lumber 'nmpaflP. Sub JaJ West 00,, Ol" sa2.2sIa.
.. plaint' a "nrn.y. "hn." .. 6-9141 S3 Help Wanted FemaleWAITCPSC TOMATO Hauao. Eaatl most anrUiina' Boulevard Trad
MU l
12 00( Noon Friday" W Main 1>4* PONTiAC,
.dd.... la 1'oat Ofdra Drawer UStha .l. Dellrloua' tome' lotmusS .ins Poet (1* Weil VlralnlaHITE automatic. n.
Lak.I.rd Florida. on or h.lor. lunday 4 30 F ... Friday ALL TYPOS re.ld.nUBl ar cool. baakct lomeum. 3 pound. coIlet ...h..I..1 ..ndl".... H.,
ADS nerelal rood repaired or riplacedcCoF "aNTID. sot II 'a NATIONALLY SEWINO machlni In too.sole. baIO.ec. practically mw Ureimlleaie .
,lth< day of DISPLAY I I pound
before or Immediately April tharea't'1964 and' Monday. II 1 00 A.M. HaturdayTuaidar < 1\oOI.n. and Sheet MetalI4 3. 731 W.., N.mDrI.1 boaI eand lO.. Riper Iu.d. 'VI.. pounda, II button holer Included 636 SOaah 10" orlilnol owner '260

to file with, Ih. clerk nf lha .bon U.00 loon Monday .. wei Olive. MO -3U3 WOMAN WITH 51.0ViOittSSOnlos ADVERTISED 1041 Sharon Drive .21 South Fennayivanla.

entitled( Court tha animal of said THE WedneaderI. ALL TVPTS rooflni repaired arreplaced .bllll and .oad r.....- ... COMPANY 76 UndKopInf MUST II RCA phonoaraphlib CLEAN 1IM four door Bulck. ra-
so.,.r or wrlltn dot on.... 1. 00 .. M. blonds, Repairs luarintfed r:. ..a )"'-10. blob school .duClI1. i ., d.lt. small abowcaaabealnaen d.... beaur .."'m.'I. one ..n.
any. Thur.d&? C Deeaon ftoollnl Co. 6II-69JI o. bettor car "......r'. small bike. 'Iotrle .. byaulle en. A.I . 111-1125
IN; TOU FAN 'r() DO !''to. rio:. 00( F M Tueidiy mount of travellna. Mini leadsurniabad. loom his opportunities for SOD CO. lift lta. McBrlde Clean. .
Friday. 1 00( F M Wedneadaygaturdar ( 'nIoroo.b tr.Inir mllhOrponUnit lIoUi men to work I. Folk lARDY ceo. Ill West Memorial Blod.MU 012 OLOBMOBILI Super ...
riliir"' : pno CONKKBSO! WILL Hit F1ait Stuee. .mbl'j QraaacoDlak .
24 10. saleS oiperlenca . door. t 5 . .
KNTtnbO AGAINHT! YOU 13 00 Noon Thuridartundar C. r adnseclmrllt nl Otadlnt Pimsil0 S-7613 poser S 0 r I I
1 F M ThundayThe .ould eos.lder ratS 11m. b..I. olr.n a completa tramlni' FREE ESTIMATES61ft b.k. radio heater MU "3&1.
TII ro: KKLlrr: : DLMANDbD: 1:\ 00
PLA8TIR1NO PATCHINO. newctlllnaa Wrlta grain and an Income that la well I
alvlna outline preeiooan5PnlSore
THI- ('tHII'LAIS1'. KIND Ledter will aol M re.iponiibli . Alteration and addition. 1: . education eta. to Bo. Sorts llndisr, Sal' about We I 5 Ollmor MO 50450TRAC'I'OR 99 Beats, Meters Supplies POI SALE 1M3 2-door ;

\\MTNE. my hand and offlrli for more tbaa oaaIncorrect Free ratlmatn. llcenaid Jeff Tr.. P.250. Lakeland Ledirr Slot m.nmhisrlm ... to, WORK: Mowlnl. plow. .. full powered .
.e.1 l of nfflia at Bartow l'olk( Inaertloa ton MU a-6131. .Udr our methodi and work hard Ini diKlna. and aradlni Seeelallond ABIN CRUISER 16 Kaofmai. ondltlonlni. heatsand radio .
I'ounty, Horlda. his jlth day or AITRIS6E11 AND rook iant.dAonl dsossmaoer inc tuture 10 HP Johnaon .ifco n.w. losS Uko UP
THE LAKELAND LEDGER Is parS and .I.UI.. top lido o.m.n'
:March A. D. li". is ....r.on. 1037 lIst .,.,... ONLY I' .....IUoD. 5.111401. atJlll uradIaL 616. .07J6. ...dln.4IT. .ur.ln.. Oats tr.l.r. S'vS' 731 md ti CM bo ,our.. .
I). H KU>AN. ,JR. TELEPHONE 11811..661. 182.805.YOUNG. tam. 1 2 1.
.r"AL Clark ot the circuit Court MU 6-1151 BUSINESS 78 Tree 14' BOAT. 2S HP Kvlnruda mo-. BIT CHIVILI hardtop black '
( ) OF Sur.r
1.h7; LADY DON'T HESITATE tr with lilt trailer, 6300 "U htaut ownor erliinal.

30 Beauty PorlorsCt.000i IRIs TRIMMING. citrus bill- 2-0 Weal Oak KlttileenWANftD .a.o. ..n.. I..tor air .diD.

NOTICI OF SALE w. need a young lady for TIIo.. aacepted will betln Imlatelr din. mod r.d .orl. MU_ _1.4510 Tb senill 1802 662-6732. .rra.. .

TO WHOM II WAY 0\CrnN: ANNOUNCEMENTS BEAUTY PaIns esmolelabrsu automobile billing clerk Apple In .perion Ttiurifrom uminum MU -
.. .. lIn.. halt MUST
.01. bait .l> UU 1040 SACRIFICE 60 ImptlaV
Tou d., 6 I pm at Land.
sri hereby notified that tho O.k A Venue She INSTRUCTON .t Chevrolet
r.lorID. .'m.n.nlO. must be a fast and accurate Automatic and
O-L.k. Motel' Aol for Mr Black
following( motor \rhl la:: 4 lost and Found In Kathleen. Clara Osrland MI1 WILL PAY .ub ror .m.U pi,. power iteerlna I . miles by
IHamoiil T SI3D tractor BUSINESSYOU'RE 2-0070. typist and have tomeshorthand toed Dancing, Music mood boat 'no Junk) Reanonabkrice DUO 10 owner. ..O elean In.

".'UD"'QI4I -- --. Preference will! 1 .. Call. Mr. Schulta. 616-3730Furloui aida .'. II.}7S or beat sOot.
Violet color
oro.y Trlr produce 8ai06t
will be sold at public ...,. at 16 '00nchwk n..... Jimmy Talka plus R.wordPi. 36 Lawnmowtn I Sinks 'be given to someone with GREYHOUNDBUS PIANO TXACHER can accept Puila U' Mlaa / boat c.1 Cal. Cottlnt. (13-1135
on Ira I of ru'ec.II Mro. bruit, Jbbl.r: for prIvate I5alZUi1lOO. Be RP ..1/.1.. loss PLYMOUTH 4-door ao Junkor .
day Ma 881, automobile 40 motor .
) title trailerHoduced
contract .
MU 2 I5S6 "
sinners' and advanced -
41. North loss Amoue. MU I. ... Excellent and
DRIVERS WeekdariSalurdava
at Lakeland ford Trailer, Town REPAIRS ON all maSa "' 0'" to "96. 16 Stamai
Isle '1844S and imall enilnci Pr.. eitlmate 1 experience or some; Mr. Winifred Ott 10*. Woodward la sod until
W. Memorial Blvd. Lakel.. ra sod KIT trailer Hit price. "oonI
,.. The pnxevda of the ...1. will on reoalri. Oaali Auto ]legal experience. Applicant WANTED : thlo week only 6118 U.ed 14' 'Weet Beacon R.d. .. ..
r. applied In tha pajmenl of the Portonal Notices tlelrI.. 901 Nertn Florida Ate unabout tilt trailer. 28 HP no- 'aI8.MUBT
mat or retaking etorlng and Mle hone MU 2-6301 must be neat In appear mmtdlati openIngs. for men to1dm 1 School. tr. akli. skI rope. tai. r.l.tr. SELL Ibis WMkl '10 FOB.IM .

of laid motor vehltla and thiof rust 'U1.[ SILL, uied tooli: ions and ance able to meet the pub n ai IlilerfllT has driven lDO. full canvai C'r. ipai Bonn"llla coupe. has lass
publication nf notice of sill and .",,irtlni aooda. Dial MU 1-.all8' 37 Mattress I.nowatln| R.olIl..d: High School Education FLORIDA LARGEST and mOstmod.n. and tire. u. auil :aIr lul powir. n.w Urea lOs
then tt the .II.taclion .I t1i i lal for eat mate Cullxra Hardware lie and accustomed to workIng 2..JI "pearS of an. Helaht' 66S3 . beautr achool. Lakeland ions. Very fait ia plr. 6619 ''D.. I ...., post II.17ft or

Sc. f due under the ,' .ntrac.t with TRADING STAMPS .rh..ort inbnuohl. MATTRESS: RINOVATINCI 1- under pressureLAKELAND 10 110 Minimum Ibi Must weiiht have loodaracler 156nlmum s-aol, Colleae. 111 I Pino Itompliteli Now 17 Supercraft 45 HP mo.tot ,beat .1. Cal Rick McDonald

iIllam: L. ( uiry ill Opp t> Lane. AFTER 8.010 007 1.00 LIme.OS'J.1i42 dar ..nl... Ace Maltreat Comany and drlvtni record "nomod.ledsIno010l'alosnd .0 ". . Mai le UU t.l.r. twiallon S. I.' .
Lakeland florid .mp" parkholo .fll.I tanks. .. ..
*. covering the nnantlnE l. FORD
Pnona MO 1-CM1 iperlence drlvlna heseysquIe. HUM Two full M7 FORD ralrlano tdo. arermile. .
of saul motor \ehlrla. lOt meo' not necoaaarv. Moot ..... earvanesnte. V-I radio,
SLIP Co..r shoD
LOI8' CO. INC. '805. Auburndale :
Any eurplua will" be paid to >iu. Ro.d. 618-8071. On.Pfrl. "Hd phrilral examination 30-20 WANT A Otrd. Huh I whit walls. 42000 mllfi Only
ChutllCl' I
49 Wells way 13 two of Au
and Pumps
you will remain I aide for iii' ... bed.prn.ds. site nsora.AastcIa 125 Lake Mirror Drive .1.1.. a000rroctnd. Contact C. A. bur..d.l. Laks 4M from ownir Call 7524347sOot
balanro' Dn M.rl.nu.
remaining unpaid undri sauna,is.. ....... eon.sicas. K taos.. Ororhound Terminal Bteienburt BETTER JOB? in. Plant City
said con(ranASSOCHTIH. Ln' MONTOOMIRV Ward drill AITREBS and Florida at S
rod. and 10.I.&II.U. Hua.dr.d. WANTID neat p.m. arTundar .
Impala V .
DISCOUM 01 sswpiia to chooia from coal well and inatall your waterm pcndabli. Lakiland Linn. MU 1 p rn. .n April 14 or Take Your Choice 103 Furniture t Appliances lout CHIILI. hiater 6
('OIlPUII"'I'IOllJ I . Op M 31 ajontha to pay a..lo W'dnlOd. April (3 A" .qu.1 bad radi.
ollevtlon ManagerS ions Special attention ai'ia Mneed I EFRIOERATORB W A 5 B I R S 0 p.m. 662.7316.

M. KentiukLakeland: tho. of each, patient. MU WIlTS: MALl. fend SlOts ...oart..n. Shorthand, bomt.ta. air conditioner, ata Al 116 V.I Ford Country Bodaa .....
Olurlda.RO1'ICI I28Jai SECRETARY .. Phono Mil a.7171. I Typewriting DI.k. repaired Pesmsoprnt Thunderbtrd online
t'..:* AUTO IOOU000CI. Hid .a 0Ceidrot 5 Office Machines I Irl... sea ui for mod need apeea I rl"oO olftr. MV 3.1071:
pU. your telnInai.rmnd
.0 In.unn..t Lohtmositla Prr..n.n' .....lIIon. IIhorth.nd
OF UNPAID DILIN CLEAN 1950 Oldimoblle 052.
OUINT PERSONAL PROPER"' tD P"'. Call NU S.IU' THE sod .... ate trplni riqulred M Comptoi'ntersi oIl Nona an, dealer. Hlt* Oar T.A.. door sodas. 1M4 tag. Iu... tood

TV TAXES B LEI picture and photo fram beol001rs. Well Established BookkeepingStart MU 4-2176. t30 MU 9.1145.
A. provld'd by CI'sptrr :0723. 155 Reaaonabli 129 Lake Beulabr
A. ID or 1941! notlia la h.r.b au|M-TI > vaHIRLIYS BUSINESS PROMOTIONs any Monday I VACUUM CLIIAN.RS robuU. .1563 YOLKIIWAOI eonertlhlo.
that tangible (.,. I -' MIles 1a.5: Company .o..dlton.d so. R.p.lr. New 12.17.
peraonal |property p.r.
FLOWER and HobbTop Day or Night ..
laic I ameanrd by the city of 3340 South Florida Com PERSON Or..f.ld .trle.. '." 117 Autsmebiles Wants!
Florida, tor IOU aia now pi'" I ne of mIlItterysusplle., ATI'ENTIONHOUSEWIVES .I.bl 0.TY
delinquent and l.flnnlrm with (rime.. iiterlal. now bIns Sales peraonnel for Lakeland BAROAINS Compleuir ra-
Aim lal such taiva ara drawing" Business ] ill* and s-rena stood S16 (6 aol WANTED CLIAI ear. 'M '55Model.
thereat of 1% per month plus SILVER DOLLAR Bpencer founda Positions available for keland and Polk County This Insttute. Inc. ..>. Proa InitallaHon AI..,. I al .31.. .
until leth Call forapnolntm.n" now
the proportloimle los .porl.I. WHO Lakeland bait
rust nf publl.h Sarah Short. MU I. your chance to Join faitovlm On Lake I buyi la ntw ouaed PAY CASH foe pInup Stuck so.
,If Lkeland .
athla notice. [ i tea the 0 dies above age 30 whoare TV at Hlt" D' TV 1330 tar o.dt .ad.L .
nounta alt cipnulla each name l.oolo.aOP : Interested in win orianliatlonha 1 Phone 68898i Auburndala I.d. Mil e.00( MU 3.1l04.A5H . 1.. .1
below/ are paid before lha first thll data I will not be working lira I"' MU S-

dir of May' wit rants will" iuf iponilbla for any debts made mornings. Guaranteed salry . IN a nuh. car or plrkuo. .
thereon directing I5PUtiiioaod hi anyone unless ilinid b, maRca : OWNSthe till pnanaiement po.ltlon.no. SAVE '.a Dr .Id... Call ..1. Wild
447 year 'round income, i* Bill 140.540.WANTLD .
aelaura of the tangible' (.eraonal I II AlienS MinIon Orlmei .
open In Florida Wi .d LVESTOCK
operty or the tao payer for tin. econd A..nue. oalllpolli" Ohio no weekends or holidays. 25 to 50% : OLD Junk carl or now

paid laiea. ptnaltlea and a Idl. 1 WILL not be reiponilbla (ondebta article found in men mlii mont to 10 pimsei andSIll Cats Pits on ... Ion ...h. Prompt pickup
you've Apply
"nnnl roali The tampa ..f dollnqiant contracted b> annone other person I Dol C.I Blok'i. ..3-.11.

pera.>nal properly tax pav (lion mraell. Edward B. Bfabron 310 Arcade Buildinga work hard for rapid pro.motIons. BADCOCK'SRe.Blllt
ares.d the amount of AdvertiseTHE be trying to reach ETTTB POODLE Bhoppo. Pre-
taxra. In may
rl id nar tha coat of adtl ..rtlalnt and AVE LOVELY two bedroom 9 .m., Monday Saturday A 61000 monthly In. 1..IOBI iroom ni. atuda. pup- Living Room CASH CAR
tlrol month'. .psrrurn would like to shiremith Pi". 1163 Kathleen Road ahopII Furniture FORCaYOUR
p.nalty ais aa MU l.a4'. Be sure to read the I/ .
followa bulneu lad. you. -4148 Homo. 681 M26EOIHTERED '..
be will
: 00100 can pours In I. thank I 3 and 4 plicallvlni C..rl.
Mama Amount two jy four ci '. .
Due room lulteaPriced
A.I Hydraulic( Ho. A: 'Lost and Found" ads in tnotthi. Apply la perion FrlSt lontha and CHIOAHUAS.. ..tud.nl. aa Low I .

Lrmipment, . ... .. . . . .I 13.13 $3.75 PER HOUR M> lco. small .h.olol milS.MU CAR PAYMENTSTOO
AHA Distributing Co. of the classified a e C U on 6:00: to 8:00: P. M dap. pm. at Lrd-O-Lakea 1.18.THOROUORIIRED $89.95 and up.

.-1.. Ino . . . . . . .... U. IN USE LEDGER PIKINO I: 01pupOios for .....t..ul.e.IDI
Are Movcn. inc . . .. Motel Aak for Mr -ackfoi, la HIGH! ?
Alamo fried Chltkan ..... u 07 now. AtUs-tITi tonne lady for public for ..1.. C.I 5005075.DALMATIArS I vied furlaroVISIT
Amber GIll R nstauran t .,.. 616 latlon work with established ni.labIa pUPPIES. lot? rca'onabla. -' BADCOCK'S Peadarvli Chivrolet pay

Richard t- Ash . . ...... ..34 Florida corporation No nil 11 3.3510. _I Used Furiture your lale model .1.d ..o

B t c, Restaurant ... . ..... 1644 ins. c.noceiiary'. Apply TravelLadie 56 Salesmen HAVE CHIHUAHUA puppies for eon bas la oaa reu <*a alfotdSee .
Ha.re.aln. Barn . ... . . .... 13.13: lie 1611 Wilt Greenwood MO Depar'mentIn Mr.
Hartlett --------- S44 NorUi Florida. Tu.i- luU
Clamp Truck Co., 66 iio 2666, Mulberry
Hr..rae Bta . . . . . .. . 4 It da015 bins. S pot. iharp April AtEBMAN WANTED for homir .
Bill'. Auto Tru.li H.t\Ua I ,n ci: 21. 1054.OFFIcI d.h.. ?. ... ll-so Camailaaioicompiay . 89 Livestock TII. lavlnn roo ash. win .or. PENDARVISCHEROLE
Pita Irlaiim Reala Irani . 1.77 plus benefit. haipttalWork lon pay for your time and trIo
iii-orge H. Bordo Ji . . . 13 l U ,bnslbon. group life. ..old..., ..d 0 Mulberry
"".they"a J-uat: Main Irotcry 646 SERVICE CLERK ne 25 to 3.HI.h 0.5111 Appl, Soddoas D.I". AT STUD R.mo.WaDr".h..

Ida Maa HiIhurman . . . .... I. ;' BUSINESS school araduata. accurate 4. L.k. WI. 0,1... bred .rDd..... l.no.Wa.o..r W.S.BADCOCKCORP
Jjrown . . . .... 429 lln fliurea, muit have ability . ) .
:Brunaon ta meet public. 40 hour w.'k.o.ld lent hun"r aol Jumpers. Cia.
a 'un..1 R..t.... 3000 varatlon other feln.. beneU 5a Wanted olfl Ranch CY 3-214.. .. ., lain Store and Wireramaea WILL PAY caih for clean car or
A .
Burrow.' .
. . ..... 5 It I Replr In own hindwrltlna. H. .. Mulberry FlortC DI.kul. 67 or older. MU 6-6406
Campbell Electric Co. ...... jo
alVIn phoni number to Ledurio TRACTOR WORK wanted Mow Mulprrry .
Carpenter a 6. Service DIRECTORYFOR NINI: HIAD .I.te"d A010, Store Hour: WILL IXCHANOS Impala eon.vertlble
..... 19.41
P.252.WANTED too and dlaclbf New aaulpment' Sam. to 4 "
pm ,. FrL nlteuntil for talc model plrkup
Carpet tlolf couraa . ....1 Sit Quick iwvlce CiU for free Mil. coms. I.ll. laid altoa. MU d.I
Central Optical Supply . ... : COMBINATION book.ieapooei. truck and pay dlr.rea.. CaULeilta
B..1t male.i. Fred L Powen Mil 6-0932 884 Op.n All Wednaiday
Ch.rl. Grocery & dullry .orslar'. Should be ableto Da Orlnard I 6.1.1
MOL .. .... . . . . . . . 1561 YOU TO USE AS A QUICK REFERENCE do dally Journallilna. operatea TUDENT MALE. d..Ir.. pant SImIle. class 10 SUHDAAp.1. ...**. to asior Florida ate stones aervlo WE PAY 61S up Slush care.truckii .
Citrus Cycls Center Jan > machlnu type and take tbms bookkeepinc Bouillon. Call Pree" pick up Tonkela
la I 30 pm Bd.. Rlderi Arenaoulh Lakeland
'QtI..n . . .... ome dictation. Salary depends. J3'loel. Sartow. bat.... S 30 Anaoclat Store' It,. Metal Ino. 662.9117.
.. .. 4" BarlowRI Its No Florida A..
YOU NEED ITI sod alt ...kd.... roOI A.ou.
i WHEN upon ability and tra nlni. C.II111.m.
:Blair < lark .! WANT
... .... .. iTT .. 'lonl.ts. Bidcofk Will Treat You Rljht"
l'lub J. .. . .. ......... SO: Collisto 818.4181. JUNIOR WEST all lawn sot,. 121 MoblU Homes
('ohar'. Pet lOop! .... .. .... 13.U ca and iprarlna. home ...hln. .STATS. Breeder. aruflclilarailnatlon TRDECOLD. Rr..RIOIRATR. In
Jonas K. ColllnaCountry ... . . .... '.08 Appliances Picture Frames sod palntlni Phon. MO 6-1326r I per head 3, working .. TRAILER .
frvlcw Included 132., LIncoln Mnlall la urice.
SEE ....
Day Beauty Hhop 4.in BO MU 5.3700.( 7J' .
9MU I a atorate auppltii in
W 1. Crane a clean Cars .. 1.21 POR PROMPT ni palnasonifet.. ;PICTURE FRAMES Beautiful Cre.cent Drive. Lakeland Florida flOHT P11CC Corn Mohojy 50,04. bonded .rl and

Jamea II. Ciaven . . . ... a.lI:1: .roloro. ...hlnl m.hlnll. ..od.ppUn. (amei and mouldlni. Cuitom i and LIOHT CASPONTIRINJ a ad OttNlLS FOR chlldn t. rld..1Poa din In. room . "U I. (aniporian, Jack 1..1 . uUona
Selma Craven Klactrologlat! 4 29 .... foil Tbrlltr Cit?. read, mada Oalnra Art abop forYOURSELVES. 05.1105. Work be lob at baur.I ms-i. will fInd colt In 871. 'impa Hllhwar. MO 6.6034. I.
loam Drop Inn . . . . . . 1.77 ADS ....1.. Dopiriuoefl 10 1-111.. 2110' Or >ao, BlreH MO )-1 04 MU 32550WANT 1 oorm... Win to .urban .r1] PORTABLE SEWINQ machln'IS .
Dlirount or heller Aniu
Leaalng Corp. of lul .
MU 6 .
America . . .. . . . . .. 741) Auto Repairs Service Plumbing Supplies CARPENTERINO work. for ale. 6BI 3240 0352HEIGH ONE ONLY
.. .
0.1011 ooatasn, ..
DIH mar Bible & Book .nd/:/ room lull. I

Klora . .. . . . . . . .. 25.1;; mEat PREEI Free! See aeonscrvlce .. K. H MORRIS Do-It Tounelf Women are earning $2: or. petrol Iii lob too imall, iJ- 92 Wonted, Liv tck, P.I piece. 11'ill' new w na colored
r)inn Refrigeration Kervlce 6 II Center till North Florid Stumbles and Electrical Supplle ClOINO NORTH* Vacltloalnalml I ,carpet. SIlO cha r. Reaaonable NEW 50'xlO
":v.n. hnglneerlng-8alea: Co 1.1r. Aosaua for that summit tan Tee Information and dellvir,. more an hour representing aetllos' Mali rouearrmnoomna I WAN'i'rD: 1.5 daIry eattlo 161 4 60
)'.rrl. Upholstery Ik Repair Ion lafity Inipectlon on (hof.mIlp tool rental pipe out and ,br..d. AVON. for deerndsbls I I..... ..". Pbs-ta alnd. nr pap top eaob r ::1 TWO THREE DIces bedroom 2 bedroom

Service . . . . . . . . . LbS car. with the .(0110.ronlo .... 24 noun eervioa. 666-6416. MU a.JIB4 Posses Daitp.. 5-0532. I .ulwj, one blond-Walnut. Two
I Florida Awning A lI ad. ..ulpm..." Our mechaolcl 1.1-.31. Lakeland NURIlINO CARE. cos-abooosnts, N ilere uctlonal and Holliw.beda _.

Work. . . . . . . . .... sot 1 .an .. i6ii tUscan. of a.Imnouva .u. Write P. 0 Box 1395. .. .invalid. Level home. p0. tm-1417. $3790
Hoillond Bulldeia, Inc. ,. I..118I ( repalri Call J JAttention Printing ale room air conditioned 636'eek MERCHANDISE I ic .
lad Wi 6H or loot RCA and..
Mnwera by M irnah ...... I..n at Sins .' eij'7326 i
treeter sllitlUr damaiedBarialn
I ci reensta R&B MOBILE HOMES
Bnb lloyd Carbur.tinnA OR ALL our prlntuil need Call 682-4137 WABHING AND Iroobno d050mm.oOOsble. 95 Bicycles Mwtorcyclts at 6I69W. FoIls 51cc.'rId. .
Ignition Bervlia .. .... 18.21 Auto Seat Cavers all MU 1.4404. Commercial FreaiIno Lakeland 500 H.n" OhIa Annu. I 320 W. Ma,a.
Floyd 1639 W. Memorial Blvd.
Curb Grocery *: Letterhead, ItthoaraphlnaRadlater '
Iark.t .. . . . . ......... l' 41 LThod *110 SOtS Cone... Corn- .""..,". CHRISTIAN MOTHER keep chll 1'IIlMPI AND Yamaha aalea Lakeland Florida
Fnntalna Rlgna' .. ... .. ... .. 429 I pInto automotles tnlOrloro. i3i.Pa. & d..n in her borne. Fenced yard Id ... Clootria _atanulaa 1 COMPLETE rooms good
Eva: Garrlaon ., .. . .. ... 1.77 ., Main, Others Mil a'SI8 Service Lane plarroon Reaeonabli riiaa.nteed mobIL sports nodal Ian. furniture $199.95. Payment
51500. Lohotand Cols I m
( Phonn 88J..1HI3DOG
ista'. I' Service C.nt.r" 11. 15 C.
Genaa Trlangla Lunch ..,., .08 ConcreteICENbEU ANY TYPE rsdIs-.e..n.in.. WALKER-will milk our won Unrnoniai. 552-0255 I only til.50 per month. le 11 90 M WIDE6J

Cold Cup Reataurant ,..,., 4.2B "leanlni. reeorlnt rebulldlnf dos .r .u U 110. hour 55.15 HARLEY 1(151 foot ifillU '.. MOBILE ROM
R. ?ut. 0 ran.. FlaatloHouiewarea : CONCREtS DDaLr.o'tor P.dd,'. Radiator Service MU 00001 Bo.I..rd. I, ... black A.1 f.I'1 POLK STORAOI *INSURAIC

. . . .. .. .. 1'4Ou.k'f' / .onmita. . 1100. nIdovUhoaloe. 'B161 ....IOS or 8S..201. uk for rAT'
.1. lurbi tulle. and PAINTING AND omepoalor work. (ski. it. MART
E H Sinclair Service . 11.44I .... N.. H. Morrla 666 MIS RADIATORS. BLOCKS cleaned Pt.. IIlIm.te. e.IIII..llo" ouan' ol.r TRADNG DEE'SMOBILE
I Hanklnm.-J.w.t gup. L.k.I."d aD vehicle' Cycle-Flo method It. Call MU 6.426FINANCIAL. lose CUBHMAN a HP acoolelcondition r.1
ply Co, InoHanelm . . .. . . . . Lot vain all.. trpei. aenatori 1302 conS ... ... man 3.204
n Radio *: TV Draperies Sooth 182-.lIn oiler. MU 2.107*. HOMES
Repair . . .. . ;. ... .. . .. '.11 I'1nrld. I 104 Got Oil Feel
I Mot rla Harrla Shoe Shop A U1I101ol; WAO& d'...... .1I..u Radio & TV fOR 97 Articles Far 641 N Wtbaih MU S-l ...

Cleaner . . . . . . . . . 11.10 5.. and ClPholtarl" Your I.... Repair Sal.-MI.e
B. H. H.rrl.on-H.rrl.nn' rIo Dr sun,. pr. noUmI.i I. PROPANE OAS for oooklai. brat.ISO. PARTY II Who
I Handy Pantry . . . . . . sa U your home Eaar: I.s-m.. IJat N.. EXPEKT RADIO and TV srolessloe 62 Business Opportunities AVT OLA8 and door repair. hot satan. Irrt..ton. OnIons REPN8IBL oa 1017 I'n46'
Havana It..taurin S . . . . 10.1" Tom' ",.h... lilli-19M Or.. moisture. proodna after pat. . For Or.eitlmale trial use Col '..18.. ,'l _.. p.m'al 60133
lawbtno Hml( "_ our set Ii repaired In our Irn od. CHOICE BUSINESS and Income ..1 Clllf Ward 313 Morto Maaireduced oerlal, .. |3il Mewaiburadala h""I.I.
Shop-Ray. Fences IIIOP at a fair prlra. Brim o.o..rll.. Mel Rudr 10M.... 2.0035.t.O3'ItP.t.IN1. Rlahwap. 1 TRAVIILLIR. toIlet. 'M r..
mond hawkins . . .??
... 1.I.uuford
I ,'our net In and live 10" ar <..n R..II.r. till S. Memorial airS ....'Sr. ator5 "lb on... floorronnaro
)- htolli hliumee. ..... 13 1:1: IHf BEST ,nrmtI; . .. .
MUTUAL FENCE: Cumpauc. Ino lowirdi Radii and TV. "U MU ...1.,. pllle.. 105 win ..
Tha Hou. of Paints .. ... 9.94 Lo..., prl.... no down payment 1.1&70.I 419 LoDlfellow. seat toReweavlng I '." Jlw.lrW. Charlei tOIlet Route 2. 8.a9S.. .
A. Wynn Howell ... ........ S II suiaraot end Wa wont be under Jotr'e Mower ""no HOME.pOUR rental vallalele 'ODI. ..I.... 61" .. ... Sills S Winter Haven. an Lake Martini
Ideal' IV . .. . . . . .. ... n.l ao d. Lakiland Indu...,. MD Sr furnlihrd Oood local anCaubtrr hok .. no and SIR SO pair' PAT osab. dIamonds. ioldrobs. aU Lysniubars Road. Schmidt.
Jon.. Uule lIul"r Market 13.13 4115" Po. .t melee ''n CUb &0...... a401 Home deliver aoo Phone 6161106 old .old. .1.tl.u.. ./e Trailer Park i
labs Morton Aiartmenlal .. !G.'. .ocr.... 113141WANTED\. Watford MaaufacturlniUdlui Nrlasa's J..I". 10. P..
>ka Parker Hunoco Hervlia Furniture TV a fr.. Ida HMU HILLCREST Iwa b'dr..
116 Oust.sotood.
.. ap .....
Station . . .. .. .. . . ... Los PUS. EXPERT. n.mrenln, ot .oilhol. ,.>. BUYS wo finance. Wark>utradelni Ik. Must aell. 8.21
IIIll.I.II-.S B., I luruILu.. sIota.M.Ia.t'o .. .no. ci sarttlo bun TO BUY aee owner. 4960 New
lakeland' Hargaln HloreHarry 106 & Teals
accepted Admiral Valeee Machinery
0(0, call KolIurn ........". ion.. .
felgel . . . . .. ..... Puraltur. Phone 661Incsme let. 5511.3515.Screen. ..r..... MU 1-3171. PoscoolCV. HIthw.p.Post
Lakeland )',"d..r Body Sill Polk County 464 N. WaaaiB. ACETYLENE WELDING 505111. BALE: AtlricUve 10 "JOtwa '

Hhm. .. . .. . . .. . . . .. 1S.71 Liquor license I ampirt. will tanki Or bedroom piob le homo It...
Lakeland RiO, Isoratlus A Tai RepairsHfctMt Itsds for eaitla. J04 (: eonible price Pbs,. MU -_

Heating . . .. .. . . . ... U.11 IN\ Write Box AUCTIONFriday mar. 'n."o. : Slier 5 10.
; M-271
( KCHAIHkD ini.ecl SIlo ,
Lakeland TranamlaalonHhop INCOME TAX ., eenlni replaced la wood or Only 36 VENTURA A.1 conditiontrie ...
Ino .. . . . .. .. U.t3 Lakeland
DIAL "100151 frimei. Pick up, delivery. Ledger.Mark 7:30 1 197 Plumbing SuppliesMontgomery mutt be sees. Phone 612.
Ijikeilde Apartment. Ino1nkevlew . U.Kii $5 and up 100 i-634. : P.M 31''. Grew Trailer Clue.
I lou 11.6:
Wa pay or
tl-arlea I U aValley: Jr ; 10 OIl H & R Block Co. Swimming Peels .ta WOOl M.mora Blod Cocoon . Ward 124 Tracks Trailers
blond of Lfffcoland I . location. ..on III. Cal JIMMY WALKER'SAUCTIN ,
Loulnai Beauty $aliis : :.,, u: ffMidari SAM. to 6 PM.Sat POOLa CLEANED reuipainted .. REAL ESTATERead[ MV 2.3354.i1106TA0KANT CENTER .
C. W. Lyona-Dlacount Sun. I ta S chamlrala. .uppll... KOUIPMBN1 HEATER FROM .llV TIAII. (s-eaolboo

Center . . . . . . . .. .. '.81 106 West Walnut St. equipment ""H. 70S Kait: Mala and bualneu. ....U.n' locatlo .S taoS Have Hot Water WARS 20130. ole "'r. All for
R. Mrftrld Cleanera . .... 13.13 MU MU .-.3M. ..11 losS bua 1.... 60lnt now BEAUTIFUL HAWAIIAN W 0120.. 1.. North Cr.ta L...

VcBrlde .'urnllu,. . .. ... .81 Phone 688-1)58 FOR J.. r. Lan. _I.. ciii Ciaoh IMr I lbooin.eio..4015. 662.6056. .i lasS 61 1* per lard. .,PI.t, < You Nee Itl14Hr Dr. .8.342.
H. B. Maddnx t'eedj Cars . (.7? .1 rreen.pl.Cl oalires. 0550040TsievIsions The TIAC. INC Encellent loratla Cattoa prlnta. at and nan IUI FORD Van Trurk m.k.
Baa a rahrlca Inc-. . . . .. '.11 .la Auburndale area aihwav oiheri at reduced .1 Wall-to- 117 N. olo. Mark Tradlra P". 38,5
Millar Uepartment Blore, lamp Repairs ,. M. Pad treinlni avail. wall carpet. ar Irt.run cut ta Kentuck Timpa ) ..

Inc ... . . ,.. .... . . . 17T.A LAMPS. REPLACEMENT .had. .bl.. Coals-S 5. A. Rltsholmir. ,sut.lsi.r d .d..r.... Preaeat aloe MU loss 3-QUARTER ton
Modern Meat .. . .. . . .. n.n tamp parti and repair tmperiastudloa .. .,,I. ..nln.-.a.tO. tncludea Caadr stripe. 5,1. w, talUs 0.11 .lkul.P'or for
Mutu I Inour.nca Asenry ,, 6.01 FOR TELEVISION repalri O. OIlIII.k. .Tweed and Sot DuPoat Hi.LoCloeed bd'
BOa Soutn Orleani AvaBe .
.. .. Company laoS IcIma
fait reliable "1. call 10S Piano .Il.
:New Hoi Ida Hotel NawaHtand Mil 14111SLawnmower naa attractive etrvlce elation far Bunder. O C. HamlltoFlb'lcl .
rtirlfl Ml) 6 6166
: . . . . . . . . ... ..01 6-1151 CIT a ea.a aa Route ta In AuburndaleAttractive . Dade Cite Hwr .. 1 .a.no
Mnlh: Street O..y .. . 4.a Repairs rental. Flnanclni avail mites North of InterttaU JtJST RTCEIVED 125 Buses
'. Mm. Aoulda A leorgla lisa Upholsteringk'i ibIs for most.rnie haS.insam. Carload U ed Planoa.

Perks larka: 0'reese' ''t'I '' : : : ::::: : :. In: and LAVVNMOVMK tool iharpened; Hue (and. Haw..11. ; r UfnoL8TERlMJ.. D... .......11..A..I.III. sos. nil SINGER AUTOMATIC TRET ladled and ara fully refinUHed auaranUed. recondl. A?11. USED SCHOOL buaea. Cleu.

Pins Room 1I..ur.nt . . n.n rnoven Kineey. 2U06 Lamer "U ire LI penlerta ad dr...... reaanable Repoueeeed Sinter. aatomatli lew. flnlthn. Pord Ch tonIc Os and oiheri. MU
1-1140 Frea ..II....".. pick up FIVE 610 0 and five 6500 0* las 5.0515.. L.k. .... soars. lAST TtRMS 6624. 63S North Lincoln A.
Jo:" Sla. (11..ul
j'lrlnmoos 51 und d.lI..r,. 'hoo. 811-4640. sos .hur.II bad i available. Phone Daru. IIlod .llh... mob.00t5105 POLL slob .
I ansosnin." plan
Porn Shop Tap" : : : : : : :: : : : : : :: :: 13.14R.ndollasttosrolorrvlu'i Painting "..III".or'h Coed Ml-3111 and .. .tl..lol.. it a later dateCANNONVMUSIC
boat for local AU *"thout .1..h..OI. Ild

Million . " . . . . . 13.13 PAINTING WASHINO. floor flllahint Venetian Blinds 'd ".lr QP\RATI Omon.el Hrvtr '10. 'o.n. '&.1. CO.
rranclma Hodreijuli A llor Interior .rlor work \EK11CALS; AND bar auntinufaetured . ot.lon. ...U capital reoulredAD20664 I U per 0"1. Lakiland--. IJ.
ala Still . ; . .. .".. UT Free.HBB eatlmaiei. 66J.3616. reaaonable. Mr. TurmanPAINTINO prlee68J .. Rapalrad cleaned ADS ar nllb. ..3J3.. Phone 682-41)7- OIPR ID AT EVENINGS I. TO Hm[
Rona flrova Park Bcrvkeenter reflnlahed *1.5 automobile. ..D -
( .., ,, >,,.. 31.13 SPECIAL Averaie Intenor tan bl nda Air' -Lite. MO ..a,,, Insurance OREEN BROCADED Lasses, solo SPOCIAb 040.1 .t "b, Oeaod.
H tl H. Joe: :: ::::........... Sill 6110 An.CSie.tartan. 6 AI..nd.Smith r.... florapaltara StudIo. Coaaolae and Spine

(HAW (Jars.. . .......... dlii 115. Pint .t... work Ouaran. usa LEDGER SAP DRIVERS ell 25 ta M m.pouStIt 6. -6"4J, weekdari allan Real banatna. Srewo a. 104 SlabS
Shady (lab . red rlelereacri. Shoal 661.4J8. Florida.
.a. CUSSIII ADS Sot .000
r 610
g: 020.00045.005'Lisbilip
lemaker .B ; jilp.: ., alter 3 JO Daily Iniuranr for ai low ai6JtS

Maikya 'hl.II'. . . . ... LIIWillis a pose. SR.11 PIll,.. for ae. 111 Sporting Gods helpful and productive
; ( 'ho" SHlie; . 1.77 ,'den" wIthout tu.r.n. .nIDr

W daid Htewait Ino. .. liSa, Driven. Anna Slut with .. SCORE A STRIKE a P ACHE CAMPING trallen S.. workers use
Htreamllie Clolhlrra . ..... 44.5$, I IF YOU WISH TO BE LISTED IN THIS par pl..... Harver Smith Aiencr.. the beat before ...".. aar _.. Ca.ife
Willie Taylor tlaraga . .... 3.03, 411 South Florida Avenue pnon, John. 0055 Park Fineliu Vds An d-writer will
'('lops HI dervlie'
Turner a Hole! . . ...... ; ; BUSINESS CLASSIFICATION the furniture longer I help you attract just-
\almer Rpa ity Shop'; 65 you D 112 Wonted MIsctllanituiCIP.LS

J. M. . . . 1.11 M.rla.1
\\hlllcy ,. use inexpensively with a right workers Dial
rradMIII.nl"'fm . . ..... 1.1? PU81U
TAnnga Obliirae r',>tori* . 311J DIAL MU 6-1 1 51-Ask Classified soy BUI. .salt. refinance Fit A (act-action Classified ad I NU CAsH tR .v Ron.
sod . Firat Morwlaie
5FRA2Ch:$ r ITTKVAV.. .orl. 33'
/ Dial MU H151
en ; now.
lax Collector' Corp a Doe .Florida ICYC1-E warned.
JJ2 I -, Ave. a-3137 and lion. reasonable. MO S.o


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I RENTALS LAKELAND LEDGER. Wednesday April 15. 1M4 31 ,

I Builnois Places t 1129 Furnished UGUESTHOYHAw1)I WELL. Off REAL ESTATE -*- REAl ESTATE --


840 SQ. FT RATES now. Vary nice, = COTS TO BS WTHEf I I THEIfE QueSa f THOSB STTU.. 151 Heutti Far Silt 1J3 Hisses For Sol?.
.1 conditional All ....trl.. twin =
i OFFICE FOR ,7rd', Near church and _.. 11) ROUTINIITHINGS HflPPEH
F..t Orioie streit = t.OOTO t4nWHER
'Tucker i Drui store . IN1ERES1tD! w.v- $2,000 DOWN
lfa' P..." ..parrnn DUPLEX CLrAN, HIM Uu, \ 405 KERNEYWOODA

.. '..r' Tirriuo fl.., : room, bath Water. tiro I prole! 0 Total prlco Jnal MOOO for thIs

P doctor ofllre or tion rutbleh collection. ants ! A Oroeloaa llvlnilautlfullr OIl S room houM with four lot. IK .
pelT lullet. Central turnlahed Call I83-I3M
On. a laadaeaofd k>$. Ir.inIs 1194.
lid air conditioning 1110 avallabli unmed klelr" too
T Call T R Tucker Other April ... aerate. 161 1 bedroom. 2M boll's
dlulno room lam Flo, roomDrapn fIr.Oloto. .- JOHN J. BRENNAN
r. MO 17173JtNDLEUaHT: FQUN ROOMs, ....... ap.rtj and Venetian Illl11do

R"T lcr000td notch. Water oar. :;I! ROoIO'. Realtor LIlLA 1114.103A
Atolnlni motel. for I..... blip lOl50tIou furnl.h.4. Adulla. "00'. Bowl I. R" CIIoU.
tratlni capacity. laf !! Went Debar.
bil kitchen two .nlni : ___._ .. 1521 WARRENA

r aendlUonod Located YOU WILL BE PROUD TO
rv threo allot South A .arraniid. comforUble
Kalei. Phone S 7B3I : 412 INDIANA home at prko you eon afford I LIVE IERE.
I O. Bo* 188 Like rooms. I kedroonu Kreonedporch

JT.OO"BQ. ft ipaod Io7 i iJ L on. bedroom efficiency apart ...Uo.II..., echoole ..odIoulllull. In thli beautiful T 'room three
bedroom two bath homo It haa
__ ... 1"II.nt: eesld.ntIui.irea
North Florida I ment. clean and nicely furnlihed ______ m -

.irta I ..,and.... ao Mint forth.. bed.I with water and atwui furalahed RENTALS REAL ESTATE REAL ESTATE REAL ESTATE REAL ESTATE ... cItrus abe 0884 tr_.; .aII.lo.oabl. 160.711. catsot. of Dr been truit tloee completely and lhade redooorated Weet PRICI Palm loll

to Sonthiito
I ""' 111. Can Either TranauiMV :
nlnn.. Accommodate
trklni at rear S 7151. lit Unfurnlihtd Apart 144 Acriagi, lots For Sole 147 income Property 153 HOUIII For Sal 1S3 Howl Far Sal PHONE 111900.
John 686-4877

)29 Fomlihid 130 TWO BEDROOM new brick OROVE LAND 10 ......, pine MEDULLA AREA: Two :1 bedroom OFFICE MU -6147 REALTOR UCLA

Furnished Noutu htMl to ..I..... air eondltloned. and aaka. Beautiful huh land two bath homee. all _....1.0..... PHONE MU J-4179
!1RNIBHED! OR ",, ""' Ken Balrle. Realtor. ea -31lCOTTAOB worm eacllon Lakeland tlni undyoolL load water. I.,.. lota low donutDormant

itO bath entrance $. ; rwo BKDRoow bomi. Adults "EPFICIKNCY Oni"orpeteona. ; Prlco 1350 per ...... To... or trailer Drane field HAUGER REALTY 110 W. Walnut at a Florida
I .too mnothly. 11.0.. .nl.110 ...... Reltrennes. .VO toe 110 weekly 1115qoodregf 20* dowa Ito II. L. oardner, REAL[ ESTATE Road to Pipkin, then left amil. CUSTOM BUILT
r..lI. MU 14440fpPBH ;ttntih0 ,.m.n'D' rootd.aLt. IOJ A..nUl. M3-4JM 0. C. Lebo 0' Itu It. Lola at .. MU 1-eoM
.. DSrb'S Realtor -
.. Realty. Ill! au' lIaln.!
TWO kedrooma NIARJHO COMPLlTIOIi. Tradl.lIan.1 ail E:. Oranio Bt
live ROOMS clean nice flooriprivate ,, Phsoe e..133.
corn kitchen bath. cedar cw <> BEDROOMS, conipleleiy I I. d..ICO 1'o'ID iC... Stop at tho Bun of Uie Owl
entrance. Clow dawnuwnnear '
rat atone. "0.. Adulte. ... .... 411 Woo, bums. IM but and f staler. RoaeonoBloMODERN OMBEE MANOR 'lot*. Hard .. orals. 4151. roolll. paneled tam.is ALL BRICK HOMES EVERYTHINGINCtiDVlNO
month. Dot,, COOlboo Rood 70kUa. City -- ---- -- --
KlOTEL APARTMENTS i : by. ones em e8a..U2. wo- fiNANCING ly room with Ireploro, double
".0 _.... Unene. .. I. C Lela Dick Realty toil top and electricity |1.49S. loomsL..l door entry foyer. double ..,...
jihd. DItto Motel. 1 ... Main phono MU I-SIU: TWO bedroom tluplei for ...... II3-617J. p o. ai Briar Brae Lakeland moat de- NO down payment en your lot HOMES BY CBNTHAI Am COM'
lost redecorated ito.e. nfrueri- ,Irable .dd..... Son 0.... build DITION1NO HEAT DOUBLE
flemna &.
ROOIIJI. CHOICI aOlLDlHG 150'0tj MALI. don lot
eoo..l. or "Itb alto payment in our THRKB LAROI
tot .,". .Ilthld. Lawn caN IncludI CARPORT BEDROOM -
Cr IIJ.492J.8TEAIo. .
ROOMS clean .. DtUIII. pltoeal._ Jtisr .01 I. 171. Near COU.... Howard aireruy penina 3100 ciiva- I VA MANAGER. .. TWO FULL TILl
"detore. MO 8-35.18. Kciihu Blvd. Call MO S> FOR THREE: bedroom mar BUILT IN :CNTKRTADt.
Ire) location Electric Olllette. Realtor MO I 4171J 1 BATHS
,ullll.. '.", Ilftlel. .. u a WEBER-nice two badroon 011 MU p3170LAKELAND aohooll ihopplnl M 400 loaateal $100 DOWN i iI MINT: AREA IlTCLtTDINO' HI PI

irkla*. W3.1503. carport 175 Adulte, na pen $ Uifvrahhtd Hisses HtOHLANDB. 711 HOME BUILDINGAND al .8'-12.1 monthly IMPERIAL UNIT. PRICKD IM THIS LO tOO,
J04 Junile. trailer ISO .... 319 with' 30 bit fruit treea. I3SOO 886..0317. l.e-0333. I ON 1'0111TIRM&: RNM1BVKHtNOS .
choice all
& BUYING liny homea In -
Call Red 8l k. ...,. .el.1711nlibli .
411 SloWs T'DO..... ALSO PARTLY furolnhed I and : completely redecorated
"U 1toOl.421IACTIV1LY. NEARLY "I'" threo kedreom CB :1 bedrooah MU Rudy Realtor B -1IOAK.IKRONT lured. Corner lot three bedroomiwo CONSTRUCTION CO., Monthly paymenta M low .. IM MU -49N
ferruao floori. earvort Kite ynujbed ill Cut Memorial Slot MSUNFURNISHED PROPERTY at 1151// COMMERCIALPROPERTY .Ih.. Florida. room central Slop by our oitlci or calL
.. sit and heat. CM loll. INC.
Rocponalblo adults en3"l 4101. err art s mllea from ''
.nd two bedroom ,.
I . Towion, Realtor Ml.WO V. R. Wllllama. Realtor. 688 NIW: TWO bedroom haa... Readr
South Plorlda Phono MO R. TUCKER
i68 : I bedroome
1331. 1 LOANS tot Immediate occupancy 1100 411 Bo Fll AnM ROY Sllll
carport J Moekl aoBoola.
I COB FURNISHED beautiful: on Lake Semi.. OR III'.. bedroom hoiuo. air SouUiiiio. ISO. I3i| Carolina TAMPA HH1HWAT 145 980', e*- -o. ft, urIne area built-in yanio. .liet 850.2435SOUTHGATE REALTOR
a wnbnewln dow.. full till bitherrue .
I and central beatlni M-4071 orMODERN 0814060.sot. InvMtment 17.MO. Julie
ladS UertoD OrlTi Pb. '.., comfortable. Nnt door to 3. Brennan 134 w. Main. ....II IIo'U.o' rile,.. eirened porch I 315 N Man. Are. Lakeland
J-JUI '"'. Je Him _OIL Reuonable : two bedroom dupiI 4103. I FIRST FEDERAL Priced at 110000. 181 lo a MV 17173PHA REALTOR LMLA
elrcuie ..11ob.... IMia40
PRIVATE ENTRANCE MO I-IUI ot mouth abler a low down payment
porch Uvlni room. .. 183.850 1.CLSAN TWO LARGE country lota, S1800 I Coot be eeen daUy at Fun A.... Area Property ManaierVA 323 a. I'LORmA AwL
'LEAN: POOR room d mitt. line earl. '110O doom Set. lot Call For Information call Jerry Mar Area Property Manaiey PHO"I IRWIU
biui Convenient
kltohea TWO bedroom dupiei.. .
'..., WU ..a.. I
convenient location dli CT 4-U1I Dan
ktl or Winters
.Id. nolibkornood titan el_... tloei to itori*. 138Oaeeolo. SAVINGS .
duit. W3-4J21. 1503 Boone 18 LOT CY I 1413.
.. .
I II3033.J. Inquire .29 Palmetto for In Cryetal,
_ _ _ _ ..
Nice LOCATION CI.. TWO BEDROOM CII houeo. New. $prtnes: :, mIl.I 0.005 from the -AROAIN ATTRACTtVC: two NEAR LAKE GIBSON
Option. ..
BEDROOM home. 083-3404. bedrooni CB lirio .
clfan Plorlda
pleaiont. Lene eloeet If leooratrd throncbout Wsl.rlutolohed AND LOAN ASSN. roomitlllty 3 Bedroom 2 Bath deal retirement home. 1 bedroom
turnlehed. Screened. .. bolos wlndowe. till bathnnulated .
Parkin.. Water .
Adalti 150 month 1343 Bath
. Incite. carport utility room
carport MO 1 8M3. birch rablceto near 4 BRICK HOMESThese
llo weet Cinnon "" borIs Road Call l18e.4I1n. 113900Prlre 110 lot ..ell
Only 000 odtolnlni
: ' Robinson I ILoU chool. atoree and ehurohe*. PavedIreete
I C017AO& ILIt"I'RIC: 7 50. .tile CLEAN b.II1.two bedroom du SMALL 8i-1r"u; out: Pines Downtown: Orange and I' S no city t..... Wonder- 1 able only II.loo. Shown by SlotTED Select Brick Homesare

I near kai private. lulled debris .Itoboo. Dade City ihwar. 110 weekI317II Tennessee 101 nalihborhood. Ideal ..tI,.. reduced below aupralial for
Water provided. Tin "' .. '. 050,106 pnIIbpmon Phone .8..15 All nil, tmti.. mint homo II100 Termi. Blilucount Im..IdI.1It ..1. 01 Ills fins CB TOWSON ready for IMMEDIATE

1 eon. IIU.3819roome 'o. 8U.allOl. MODERN TWO bedroom dui. .. III Paved ehadi itreeta....Lare.... t II block 010. lota Phone 6R6-8111 1 for rail la my eanltyIT .. _Hullt-ln ranll CarpeteBcrecned Realtor OCCUPANCY. Features Include -
BEDROOM: two bath Savannah fclorki patio Lovely yard MU .
home two east -31l 317 I. Flo. A e
sMALL MoDeali '': n Cedar Key 1171 monthly wIth Kllcben appllanrra and water 01 Wibuh on Hlihland at, Call .1 Wabaih In ekrllne A..... AIM Int of town owner will bo In our 3 BPs 2 Baths, Florida \ .
tarI 8100100. for' adults. .. lorObstiOd. MU 9-3110 T. II. Tucker, Jr.. Realtor II'.. fttoi Tueedar, April to
,1, I..... Coil 8Ie.,7JI. Grove ParkCrystal Lake trade for bulldlni lot or truck. 14 mate
1.omom. P000s WO .1230.. 113 or HOP by SIS n. Maeo Owner IM-3731 C do... Kb 110*-H. and Dining Rooms. FHA
OARAOI APAR "IIiT. Ti"A AND tan CB cottaie i :;; 3027 REDWOOD 4.., Tucker Bulldlni. Drive and MeadowbrookPhone CLOSE IN AT II low as $430 down and
or nnfnrnlihed 111 auten 190 DOWN. Oil 47 monthly forCD
Comfortable ..t. Call 882-1.JV for TRRE BEDROOM. TWO BATH 686.7121MS homo In Pork NO DOWN VA.
located. No ...t.. Inaoir : ,. ippolnfe CB HOUBE OOOD NEIOHBOR Pnre'd and built los. II3-44S._ JOHN J. BRENNAN 1 821 E. ORANGE
: : houie. all electric, ttla bath down payment. Three bodroomao 1.lnll I JuH tk block from thehuftteboard
YOU RINT A Men I Horn Ii ills Culls
I teal t' itllr.nDI: : 14* Mervelrni, oft Cheetnut. PRIME INVESTMENT Waterfront full bathe lane Plorlda eourta An attraaJve EGG RANCH
entrance Dt U S'HIT. JOE P. BRIDGES room. I car carport. brlrk One home eonelttlni of loIns
' tilts onlr 8521502.DUPLEX lias s. Florida Are year eld phono MO .4811 or room klU-hen. 3 bedroomi. and
TWO iii5iiOOMi.iitiil8'iW...: Dare phone; 013.3.BI4FHHEB 10 Acre Oro,. IACRIFICB CEDAR cabinU96O. MU I.Ikfli. $50 PER MONTH .eMd In rear porch Oh. yea a 10 ACRES with S nice 3 BR
room, kitohm ".Ift. 16J North we*;, a bedroom noeel atom ........d In front porch 01.... Lot 2 Bath home with living .
Road Call .8 Corner Cleveland Helihla Blvd 281T WILLOW Three large
1444ONI into. 0,50.
FOR : BEDROOM carport Cm and Italian louie Coik er terma. I and S bedroom frama homeihit LA 200 feet deep for lardenlnlr
"bedroom air eondl- taO Lake Area Clean Call MU e- development Road Immsdbotn Urn loll tram IRIia. I* art on bedroom I bath. carpeted llvtnioom "' mn'l bo aold Immediately. bulldlnt rental unite. Cal tonenert ? room and fireplace
405 East Oak ... 0711 poeelbllttlee at iub.anttal week d.,.. Croom. A o.Hid. .- .. family room .',_odllloo- RO-104S
.. .
all .. Dew furniture . profit hold tI. q ial frlni. ha iloelni _a. notrae Florida Room screened
or .
. Heat lot In ...... a mlloa Norm 1M inso ni patio, kltden with .. .... .
and water furnlahed Minimum down
untarnlabed CAROLYN DRJvi-m': ; inti and appreciation.Sonthiato 613.214. payment
Puralabed or echool 301. Woodo' and water I for appointment. work shop and 2,000
10JO Like wood Court modern three bedroom ADPIi..n. and yon mote ... For Informition
orated Niw klt Beautiful Mrreiio n... 1 iNT ;; .-ti.d. .... Fenced ihidr ,.,d. 1100 ITt ft Bouth TTorda 100 FT LatelronU 31 mIles cool 6'gn.i,.. 115 Prado Place. litre hone$ Monday thriuih Prldiy I KEN HARRIS beautiful white Leghorn

lane ..Id_.... Till .... .. accept chndren after a Clark Realty'. tM-4031 Avenue fronlaie. Paved .1..." of Lakeland on Labs HitohlnehL, I. roome. family room kIloOaltbllch.b..abe 085.MU Realtor' Eiohonior LULA hens Also air-conditioned

I'a .room $7J partly ,.. 13 Sonth Tenheeeeo FIVE ROOM houie near" achoolihurcJiM 3 .ilUee ThIs u a real .1_'. Lois lot for aale at 14600 11155and Ito mu. conditioned 2-6116 1001 B Florida Are. -
I dry Can 10 by boat to ills.sImm. .I house
179 unfornlinrd CHI T. R fully equipped egg
bui .
alore line fenced 6003191BUSINESS
.' ROOM home. Carport. Mice Lakeland General Hotpltol :Kliht: .. or .Miami Bee H. O. LeliR. MUST nrLL. Tbreo
rt.'J... Realtor MU bedroom CB
lard .
150 a month MU a.8010 and 9 of
., location Adulte preferred ota' KH ft on. Lakeland Hill.Boultvord . U Oardner B. L. Same or Bud boo.. 110.TOO. air conditioner. acres pasture-CO
pen 141 Lonifellow. Phone 110 WEEKLY ranie and rerlierator by 413 ft. Paved itreete I LOIS at Dirk Realty loll But 'indectped. will take lleindlortaaie $350 DOWN 1742:
Lcw0tt A PARTML4T '! 13.3313. ( tumbled If d..I'.... 3 Mdee' CiceUent sIlo for Medl Main. 81. Ph.". MU 0.1133. etftlJIIlllRk.1 .
pail. 131 Wut Peichtrea. : -ONE' bedroom, oleiitchen ;ii; 131 Auiuita Phone MU l-4.7CLEAN $. cab Suitdig, Motel or Profee- CB :3 bedroom hardwood floors.
pete Inoulre IIr... Two sIGnal Bide. LAKIPRONT: hOMe BFDROOM TB IJOO down "Florida roam, back yard fenced
0" Quiet oleaa prtrele bedroom houeolo.e I ON I' talents 11400 IM II month natase, PrIce 113.00. RN..,. HOME!
mOSS in rearCOITAOE .Ir.., pueblos. llim Jan. .: in. IM monthly. Modernonnnlenoee. SARI QIRSOM 1103 Morttt Webater An., MTJPORCCL08BU SCOTT KELLYRealtor
POUR room. .. IHH-MOO; o3-4igi. Inquire 311 Wool rtuiby Lane Lakeland] Huhondi ., A bedS. waterfront. Borne toy k l-Ie60. Modern three bedroom with

room all altetrti. aIr .. iuPLCZ THRUt room. and bath Palmetto m. 18.2110 only lot left for tile, lOon aria family. LWIni 'room 4 bin RKPOBB B I I I Olanaln JOHN J. BRENNAN central heat and air on U.S. LMLA

nIlCoat. ill1* ...11I LA"J ti and water fvrnlahed 100 AIR CONDITIONED .electrt cclibnat. 1 bed roome. II baths. lota of 1110..... In many Lekelind ..... -
A..no.. onth. Corner Lake Avenue duet painted ouuido and amdry room pantty. hun Mel Rudy Realtor. len B. Manorial Realtor LULA M-4lol 92 and zoned commercial. 213: S. Tennessee

OROUNOPtOOR. Noasj4U t.3 3t, iplitily rederoratrd tnilde with kItchen family wIth llotel. Idol, combined Blvd. etn-4107 deal for professional spot MU 2.S193
room Urn
.............t. <,.. Uundrf Trailer C. BEDROOMS .1...". kltch Two Built-in kedraomi area and and Florida dUhwaetier roomBeantUnl JOHN J. BRENNANRealtor porch Cooing" the lake. All a hardwood THRU BBDKOOM CB Ilk. new. Lots of parking area RN.

recreation Grow las month DM-3831 week floori cell heat. nnetlar.illnda .
corner lot. all heat, condKlenlni.
lawn loot Bonny Orlrirmone 1805 ELM 878 .
torso HUhwaf &'10. are oiler I, all day Baturdoi MU 0.0010. 1118.1\0 throuihouU freihly painted PHA. Widow lolnl ..,11I. 1133J ROAD CLASSIPIEb_ DISPLAY _
VtRY HKm duple ...... Sunday. nildo and out. Double carport .
TWO BEDROOM unfuralihedIIOUM and utility room Prlvito dock I I II
BlcntT 010. ... te'.od l BAROAINI : COUNTRY HOME!
BEAUtIFUL notlern NICe 2.3 bedroom block
MU 1-U20 : lorn Florida room NrarMhool Heidy for occupancy II
pnviw.Mila.A 133 Mokila Horn*. and boa line. can be .... Call 0' not.3mm. home. three bedroom I''' bath,: home-double comer 10t-3 Large two bedroom on two
Monday and Tuetday BI47 Mon.UMllo .. n Cameo D' W. n. Balei flna corner lot convenient loretlon.
PAR T" I N1'S. I. BO. BEDROOM fumbled trall- or tall 33OI TanpaFlorida ROMI BIT "I.JU' 1188. 7U near Cryital Lake II 80 113 SO and IIS per week. BAROAINIDouble re'11 for nulty UrIne by IM U.S. I HI
for rent. Call MU 3>1H| If thlIr.il.d.ifWiirs Low down payment. RO.. Frontage on 98 North,,
vate and par famUhitd RKohinio Avenue. Call o..orI87a08. .
151 Rial Bits?
doema. AIM alueprni :ilN MODERN: turnlahed houeeUera Mew two brdroomframe : earner lot. with ahailetreeo IxchanjeHAVB <1 Malrolm ThomaiTHRKB . 1200. Shade trees Reduced to tlB,!1001 RN.5V I _
414 taut Otk MU 4-1317 rottoieo Oood hubs .... ho ue for sat oorno nI. Slotdown. I ind near ..ulllw.., erhoo
.. UU1IUM turnUhed. Bui HODFK: 14000 eeultJWU1 BEDROOM H* bath
I5J per month Phono MU I Beautilul wooded loi laoo. Mouth I : USEDTRUCKSAND
POUR ROOMS and bath trade for florIda roam. air conditioned ,
C43-MI7 Item I
lo-l 15 %eekly Ieol. _ _ _ _ _ or Bcett Lin with Idol rcftrlc any valued
American furniture AcTulU. : at II.100. 6M-0147 VM-0333 footed yard. Real I Ib R. MEL RUDYLMLA
mini pool .4. Bontn .DO. VATI:. CLEAN: trailer for rent CLEAN THRFB room duplex 'JCmonlhl i IIoD. To Inapert. rail MorrIs Rle.ter. very deilretile' location. :1I1:15 M. MARLER TRACTORS
lane trailer lot, patio. OB ,. dot QuInn,. Phono MUI I Realtor All I87T or .DIM W iiTiP- DUroi two batS, 4013o0 Ml.4914HOOTHaiDB REALTOR .
THRM: ROOMS sod blth II".. IHo-lDol. 47t. homi la ..,honc. for 10'iSO' & SONS'LMLA M INTfRNATIONAL V 11IS
_ .
floor niiuland iietlon Montoriy Mobile Home wIts caana. MW: ....Id. olin MORTGAGE BROKER w"11 441 ......... ....,..h.ao. .
BrDROOM. 48110tral or. MW bedroom. llmtrlckltcheo. .. ....... Iocollonln.odltee
MU 1.0258. 860. one Pay fferenri. In clan three bedrooma that will' toll.S Realtor .u.
/ landeranlM AdulU equipment ale toad. 145 BusIness Property win bed, Walkln dlitinethounlni I 1527 C. Memorial Blvd. ..," .53040
EXCBPT10MALLY H f C .......... ret... 3005 North for. loned. caretakint. water. (...... 'hono 18 4B64ONI and ilpmeulary school 1401 B MaIn at MtJ 1165 ,I e-OHO feonollno V.5.

iDartmenu Alt .. .. .. Ml} s-1311 800 Chgrlee. Adulti RBfUDrNTIAb: COMMIR C I A L. ACRB laittront, 1000 aouare Ao.... itreet from fiouthweetJunior dial 688-4107 any time Clean and ready to 00.aednoad .

red.. Telephone MU : MODERN ndaitrlal lou, .1.... all ...... Mel fool home, trade for imlller Huh Wont Wlndeor slices, to .. ...ItOIIPAmLk
taut Chart. -''''. CB homo. Quilt aectloaLorn Rode Realtor 1117 I. MemorialBlvd. .om. Ken Rime. Kraltor, 800318 aft Bouth Lincoln Avenue. Madelider I CUB w.IN eulll
134 Miblla Hams lari rooru. ci.. yard Id5. Clark !. Osodme
I 4I07INDUSTRIAL oomtructlon. Pull Intorma. :
LARGE APARTMENT Koaltr'. Xl-4OJl.. d to. t."c.. ,
end well furnlthed. TRACT .dloloo Ilontail> after 4 II.... lea.I IO only .. . . .. . . .. 11011til
"...... prleaw katb. .> : BONNY POUT Star Mobileo TWO ATTRACTIVB three bedroom Kraft _.. approilmately 11 152 Real Ettate Wanted toll BALB by owner. Two bedroom First or
Pork New larte.1 hell In
: two bath homes SouUieldl
it... 'f28 Combe. Road. Acre Blihway. Railroad 110 OOO I CB Strawberry Hill Sub. toe NIW INTtHTRACTOMI .
. PIlOtS and dry Munich .
homo lor eounle. 852-8476. and Fenced yard* 1100-1110 ClarkRealty John t Brennan Realtor. III JIll fttrawberry Lent. Lot lot IPrlre NATIONAL 050 001Stp
aewer fIND
.1 electric water 0514031.WIUThOIDS. I If! fAST Final Home i .r4 at H P' 'P''O
hussy BURRY. Just .t.. .... hue lIa... Black to 4103. LIST YOURPROPERTY 11I1'. |4 100 Phone ATwalorI LAWN AND O".DII'
and rono..IId. O.an" .. .. 0.... Park Bhopplnt Con- TWO bedroomiaril I 8863. Port Meade. Plorlda MOW s M

Still .artm.nl. 011 .... r. Oood lake fuhlnc sad boat- llfln ..... 810 lean d reIrtierator 146 Firms, Groves, Ranches WITH US mall BEDROOM two bath CB Settled eluded near Drove tat traflfa Park, A freeocatlon 9 CHI IM AN MOU" Call.

M.IOO. .12..483. .. small ...... IUD Nortn Crye- urnlahed IM month louis. I1M do.... MO a.7B02if bedroom. a bath home that louldeiually I MU 1-411, tee a .._
UU 3-033J $1,015 .
CONDITIONED Leke Drive MV 1-7073.1 DROVE BABOAIM 10 acres nottoraniei tr Bhorty can I BELL It. BURN ter 130 pm. well houeo a younv or

private pauo near V. ACRES with well and ._ I' 7 ,.... old Cool IT DOWN H. U Shorty* palmer lot OWNER New two bedroom in the Want Ads I Home eenloy family Llvlni and FlorIdarooms
Oof COo,... 410 PortS tank pared road. enodi aid 140 Wanted T* Rent Misc. h..... North lakeland I9S.000M Realtor LMUt 104 B Ten.5558OI i romi houae for eala or rent combined for a ..D.. 01 Man"ior'
,. : % down Alto adjolnlni I1 Afenue Phono MJ a-,173.IlIn' car business or lost dog and Informality entered
Anoo .n ....... 088.0805.RD7tiibi. totot. loo down 119 per month. Phone
HUD ATTRACTIVB home. fur ... :9 yean. Kven: ni. Malcolm to B. leon AM Porklni MU 5.3501.500'FH8ID5. tram enter hallway connecting fo cheese turn
LOVELY'LOSI la one ihuffleboard. mod. nuned tinfurnnned lot Thomaa flit).TIMi LoU I Classified kitchenmini .'
No or pro. Bert RodieriRealtor . ads fill with bedroom oUts and
bedroomi carport r. facllltlM clean ...troo.. feeeloaal adulte. Pay top rent, Clo-ITll THRIll bedroom ....... T." ..... floon. A'' QUILLIANINTERNATIONAL
aoulh take._ ,"" and laundry Clean ren ..ill.to-wall i a r p e t c. ecroenednoreh I
...... Clark Realty. lia-403t. W. uel: reiultal' Heed Uetlnnor your needs. Look in the perfectly charmlni pIano at
mllee Boat: .J 20 ACRB Valencia Dice crop In- .
;'ICI Steal traIlers Threo patio. fenced yard Bmallpayment. _
APARTMENT tale. tin II"" MM Rudy Real NDKIt: 120. RU-11U
IBI.404113S eluded. 1100.ooo. I year tomiiall . da.o MU I.flll*. 3J 5Jlllloid. |
n I
.110 '
.10< .1. kitchen 143 Mauls Hem Lt.YOU'LL ; Red elsa. d.... l .ITUnlihti II' 1191 Cut"':" Memorial. 8M4107WANTED 13e lea.COUNTRY classified section now!
Adulta, 1801 Souui home For Rant IM.lliia. Bert Rod..... ; ToNES bedroom den, liONS A. S. MORROW TRUCK & TRACTOR
ENJOY lltlnt Realtor. four bedroom house in Bouut sItuated on
OB your or
.. "'- 1ft... lane lole wltn huie Sot Realtors LMLA 21 IS Dodo City H.,.
rpriciENCY owl lot tn L.k. Trailer Eititei : : k'.i out Lakeland Jwr"" area
randltloned modern Loc:. : ROOM. clean near .boaentlemin Lane lota pared itreeta. J4 ACRM. irove II 555.loro. aire add'.... price and phone and cltrua .r.... Must bo seen lo 201 5 T.no, Ph 0 11 I-SIll Hint MU 2..117I
new 2 bedroom. a bath
Cill preferred or man and Iteatrlcted Wrlie F SaIl.ionS be appreciated Monthly parmenta -cITii iii Dii.i: Y--
Walnut Street. and all utllttlei Two number Boi .211. CLSalIIts DISPLAY
srI! .
home I out I2B OOO downbalance _
-' ife. Price reasonable. UU 8 I34S. blOtto lana of 1.02. Parker osJun81. Lod.... of only 14100 after reaMinablelown -
10 .
TWO BEDROOM new rearm Km HarmRealtor > payment. Ptiono 602.3063.THRin .
nicely fumlehed (Oro. P. too MS roll rent. Broeto oondl., Itr.." Follow Him B: 686.3191. I
,lon 175 per month .. . kot and cold water In Edward: 1I.1t.....,. .1?.. Realtor -- - 153 Houses For Salt LARaR'bedroonTa. aIr
. dally maid eurO.. I Ud Denloner MO 9:2334 conditioned. aeparaio carport I
nlahed 6I1e.o. 4 room .:.... :..- AC ES---I 1
37 per week Mra. 0.'. 00.... 120 Available for Immediate occuianry .
M8 "ii THREIIIDRoor.t: CB ana kith
and 7149 Orinie 1JM Alma Direct. Call ..
... Pnaoe OIJ
furntihed 11155$. ". .., ."'. 311 North &ent rky Avoui THREEEXTRA 111)0 '.Ie""I.. I ,.... old I 400 51 irl ind retrlieriuir. Pouvrdtort 8300 or 3.1313.
: ...d. 1290 down MU -U77
ai lit aoiita 10." Hemline 7-1 yeare old I 600 -
___ __ LARGE Pineapple a Deere old. I itO Horn alter I pmEVEN OWNER SALE; Tore n bedroom: FIRESTONE
:; BLOCKS; from Mil..,. : DOWNTOWN private en tna i year old. Irrigation lood ( ROOMS and bath ISO two bath home with iwlmmlni
room kitchen with South New TRAILER LOTS pool statIon Boutheldi loratlon4JO .
'. II week M crop eet. Prtro U.7&0 per "acre month no down paymint D.
bedroom balls. Can MU ,.. MU 5.403g.t.eultaoeepnivstl. :lot down. Balance T ,..... Call cloilni eoeU no 000111.101. .... Phyllli StrolL Oven for yournepeetlon
or MU .-,J 4. : Jim Poweri wltn T R Turkey .
; ;
i. itiDiX: iUTiD"'TW' ".111. ..,.. SEE Jr.. Realtor. MU "'1'13. OOOD BUYS -n07hi; ; -

furnlahed laraie ..... .nn".. Ideal for aalocmaa. 113- LOT #26, #27, #4On THRJI.: tsJ'Pert.BEDROOM lar.looms lot. la bmnaIaprbre. Mol.berrr. ilehod homee lufloo IDoOO. 113.-

South FlorIda Avenuo .0 A. Lakefront irove Fine 3 000 call Umen Hale. Agent, 083.
... ..,.... Low does ,IOCOI. Call
dill." inelooed : : FRONT hldr..lO. owls i Reynolds Road just bedroom homo ovorlookina Lake 884-1246. .1801.

furnlahed 1503 adulta. PloDs .. rrtva.. blllh. prl.... .... South of Crystal Lake Dr 1 Car 11f.... Hobby room ThIS TWO BID II 0 0 W house With BEDROOM. two bath houeowith TIRES !

"".'. Clean and cool, MO I. II llrit olson property Pruned ..'....d poroh goOns: lot. *i two lou 9415 Broadway Ave.Phono I
ON 11....LARGE. ana: bedroom lake. motel. $149500 I neSt 10 A.win Orove...with.Ien' the torme Valenciaorop wIle outeldi city u.ooo. Phone 005.
Uoned oa bus line. IiI"ZhTRANC0 and bltlln SIM Down 125 Month 147100, M* down eo-3001. tON RETIREMENT: homo with
CM- 03t. bedi. Convenient location 44 A Oreme irovi property womo. rented Three bedroom
: .ilhilde. On bui Uoe. .U-41M (Mod erop eel 111.0<10, III" down ama and iiraie apartment, two
LOWER PLAT four Phone 10 A. Hoary prodacini irove Irricatlop. lit.. Soulhelde. Owner paid lit.
children no pit*. :325 .... : iiiReoms With Beard 62-6116 I IKIOOO. 3f. down. 000. make an offer. Call 68V34O3

....I. 20 A. Oranio i rove Oood crop

P'lVIIIOOIoI8. porchee. I.. o"wrrli luneheo to a 0 eel tin.ooo. !M* down
new upbolatery : room. Reaaoniftle. 73it 130 A. Oranie iron at real buy IF YOU'RETHINKING $61.85 PER MONTH

er. 180 74. Ruahlni. MU Oo .Ir.... REAL ESTATE I wiu JOHN 14 down J. BRENNAN 50 % SAVING I IBUY

TWO ROOMS. QulI-. Tw bedroom CB homo at 1010

rouad floor all elicUlc 1)1 Unfuralthod Aperti.iii.5 144 loll r.r Soli REALTOR West C'aoal. In Itawbo p.r. 1'.,.
furnUhKl summIt ...... Acrtflj., 124 W. Mobs It. 514.4103 moos Include! Oasis Iniuranee ,
MU 2-ooftfl f : COOBT AportmeoU Inclpel and Inierett. Uao down
IAM0 BUt-1010 oeree wml.elear
t J4> EAST Lime. I flOMl for Jailed P.O- irmenk
'I .4 .10. laud too per mote
ilnette. llvlni room u. north Lincoln D 1344 aeri lattlo rangn fenced andiron PHONI 8524115OWNER
rorport, plenty_of_ahodl. Mil 3-3M eared. Corral mOd wadlM !

MODERN: THREB roome electr chalet Ml per mIll M aarw 20 A.,... matured '10 TileprlaIM of a change check the ONE TIRE REGULAR PRICE

5o.bma.fmIl bath. iraund flo only IMUO I1WO .0.... JOO ...... Ja<[.. IM Morih OP 11* wealth of holed In the
Near auper ........ dowltowdulti 10 kead ol iittla. only 100.ooo., Duncan 01?. Prlco only IJ.TM per Jobs SALE!

JOIN H-a4l3 3 .." .. foot mllee from Cy acre Balance o-io yean. No 13
preee 0......... US. kllbwiyfroalasi Call Jim Po.... with T. R. Tin ker "Help Wanted" columns Small down payment I
maulS BEDROOM ono bedroom duple I'J 196 C. Le. emir.e or STM R pef k met oardner.. SoeR. .,., Realtor 1_""". See Classified for your kind oft Uiree Parker bedroom Road till In path Medulla OH home, a

month. ..._.. Leahy. Soul' Dick. Realty 1IU .a.t Mall
THESmart 1112.788. 01 Job Bowl! wilt carport and utility. oa a
tor Phoao MU OS113.PA I 01cc lot approximately lOilftOappriieal ( Factory ll.mnha.l,

UltBLANDS NEWEST: lorielt. Fuita LAND 400 ..,.. 147 InCt"" Property 1000 180 a month I
bunn smen and fnoat two bedroom moo 004 aoll .earn timber n.ml.ebesred. payment Call tart Ttanauo. MD
...... for ad 0111. Ursula beat Near Plait City Only J-7009 or MU "l1'J. ALL WHITEWALLS
, turn their u ed ..wl'a TWO VVPLBXEB 'four auerv-
and alr-candlUonlnf 18181 ..
per A re. lirma 10 ovsw
furniibed Air '
... mantel teheni ..
ranie. Cloee to .II. I&. Lola lio'bll'LAV"CHEVROLET
f urn 11 u I. into electric 113. HMODLI.4 R 1.. Gardner C. or conditioned loralbeotrio.I CLAS8IPOSO DISPLAY CLASIIf
h Pnena -- -- --
1110 per nv n RIP L Loll .1 Ole. R.81tr. jyeeunent Pbooo qnOt.llIII .
with Inexpensiva TWO bedroom duple. loll IA'S Mall. PIu..I 8854133.tVI '

fled Ads. DUI MU Hear atorel and echooL Bouib 171 ACRE tract 121 "0.... 131 PRONTAOB! aoninc, area.two homelndueirta Reduced.ahy uo. ELIMINATE TIRE WEAR

..o.tb. Sea wwaef 1111 ...Ut. Mrl Rudy Realtor. 1137 Realtor 710 forth Moat.

_CLAS.IIO..otxauiivi . DISPLAY _. M.mSvlOi Blvd MU 1-4107. 8$3'IlIll.DUPLEX.. AND HARD STEERING

c"- O"$ CB 100 M. It. each
aide pool location will aarrrmornete



SURE EASYway COO*. Hear do wo town. 110 $5.55FRONT
Bait MainoUo Stfoet. Phono MU
34111.IH I
ahead la to CONbniONKU duple beet END ALIGNMENT
to push SouHuldo localloa. Near ootleieovtrlooklnl ,

turn to today's "Automo- Lake HoUlaciworth I
un. Call Leelle Orieiard. Mraker. HOMM CARS
,"UXU.IOIII tile" classification for aI ( or 0.2-1045 erenmii
___ t. 11$. 2 -....
1.1 17 OMIT motel. 4 1401$. mull THUR..FRI..SAT.liAS LONG AS
aft dependable automobile
IUTWUeoAtnm route. |OI.000. Income 515.008.,3o

aKaunoM cwtw ,000. Clark Realty, Md-4031. TO CHOOSE FROMPENDARVIS APRIL

coH.boJo410l4UM" 16-17-18

Peed ... TIMe 8500, 1'. .. A$-

p5008 $5,540 AN. $IS 8(8540.

.-.. 800o 05 50"'" d I 06dN. _CbtF0O, DIsPLAY_ ,
Still 54.
.. eis .... ..d. .m... 55 ...... 'JI'"GO I I One CO.
TO US I 310 N, Florida Ave.Oit
... 50 M..5d 55.4.181., nUt 4'Oonr. 141 .
I aoo 0emis -. WI PAY TOP MICH ton I lskslossd
618.5115 ANY CLEAN USED CARS I 0354.

1.10 ..801.4,10... 5.nle ROSS MOTORS LAKELAND, INC. I I 6 11.8' $80t.ot 202 N. Mass. MU 64153RENTALS

0600' Coodonsa0* ApsOmlisDsos I SCOW. Mumbo. tlv4 I '
5.58080 $.544
Iv kneel S. 08.00 s.d A.s10501.WATU,8T Ph. MU 1-5111

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32 LAKELAND LEDGER we tMsday. April IS, 1M4

City Librarian Cites Present And Planned Library FacilitiesBy !

_ ,.... t
Regiscope typewritten UIBWIIMI. *<*/
WALTER this is than Publications will be important collection which now numbers to use the synem.It
MURPHY Although much below rate collection of more eminent may be which an
efficient economical receives a royalty from this
City Librarian recommended standards! It Is 30,000 Government Publication circulated for use at home. feature In the new library. around SOO records. Is simple
In February President Lyn. encouraging to note that approximately !. This Is because the library Your library has almost 300 A variety of 33-1/3 long playing For those who like to pre- and liked by public and service. During Its first thtHe'
months of the Vice.rnatla
don Johnson signed the new 20,000 of these has federal depository current periodical subscrip high fidelity phonograph view selections before taking staff. operation
Library Services and Construe Vlco-matlc was Install has been used con.ilt.tntly
books have been added Some, documents tions. Periodicals, available them home to the library The .
tlon Act At that time the to the status. are having both recordings are on use December at no chargeto and Is considered a welcome !
President\ stated, "The cen collection during the last four compiled primarily for use as reading and reference value, loan from the library. Primarily has a record player with ear ed In The Park Tram- addition.
reference works. Other documents in constant collection is educational attachments. A numberof the library.
are phone
years. use. Aside the
tral fact of our times Is this: is the first Perhaps he most InterestIng -
well Public Library
The library has books for all offer to the public con from newspapers and maga in nature and includes a music periodicals are avail of
Books and Ideas are the most this development library
In. ages on just about any subjectyou cise and clear information zines, library patrons have received broad coverage of music suchas able to supplement the phonograph in the state to use par- service of Lakeland
effective against for the people -
machine though several
weapons can think of. A collectionof about small subjects of Interest help from the use 'of classical, recitals and collections records and the regular ticular
tolerance and ignorance. libraries In Florida thus far will be the arrival
basic reference sources has to various citizens. Numer pamphlets brochures, and musical and film books on music. other
Before long we will have a machines.The of the City's mobile library
in Lake been established and organizedto ous government periodicalsare clippings.Two scores, popular folk, chil Among the new services at have other type .
new public library allows trailers.Lakeland's
land. meet the Increased adultan received which relate years ago, the library dren's, spoken and documen the library are the Regiscope Vlco-matlc patronsto first mobile library
allowan student demand for reference timely news and basin Information began developing a phonograph tary. Gradually complete opera photographic bookcharger and obtain reproductions
The facilities will at
new and trailer Is on display
books period
and business Information.In covering a wide rangeof recording service to the recordings and many fine the Vico-matic coin-operated pages
expanded of library letters Munn Park from 9 a.m. until
program addition to the book collection subject matter. Like most public. This is the forerunnerof works by contemporary composers photocopy machine. Lakelandis cals, from certificates ;
services, but it is to the
advantage of each Individualnot I the library has a sepa- of the books most of the Gov- the Fine Arts Department have been added to the the first library in the state and from other printed or S p.m. _this. week. ........
to neglect the services
which are now being offeredby
the Park Trammell Public FertilizerSpecials

Library. LISTEN ( .
41,000 Books Available TO THE '
I les.ballGames II Now Is the Timer!
At present the library has _
43,000 volumes.
approximately pG6C wNreYW "'g.15e 5 ''b.

you fillY ?
be.. whh" ,
TodayIn Vlfomfs 6 All.d, / I
Six-Transistor Reg. 65c 5 Ibs,
I . S9f.
HistoryBy : MAKE YOU THINI I With enphene,9. 88 YOUR PRESCRIPTION 116 S. WED. thru! SUN
Fudge type R.,. 3.25 Volt boffory end I R 65e 5lbs.IXORA .

THE ASSOCIATED PRESS 'cor c.rlmel. hither. carry c.... KY. AVE.. "'NJ- ,. S9f.Reg.
Today is Wednesday, April aver endr 299 I.I1.r Qwlfr...Rely eo g.Lae$ GRO . . .
15. the 106th day of 1964. Thereare
260 days left in the year. 15e 5 Ib..
Today's highlight in history: !..wnCA If we are not filling, your prescription you are losing the opportunity to save CROTON 69Reg. -=
On this date in 1863, Presi- phraeu -';-'. GRO . .
dent Abraham Lincoln died in a money! Let us price your present and future prescriptions and prove this . Our
boarding house In Washington, : BOe 5 ''b.
across the street from Ford'sTheater I is for convenience FRUIT
pharmacy Sunday . .
open on your 72f.
where John Wilkes GRO. . . .
Booth shot him the night be. ..

fore. * Chlordane TERMITE LAWN
On this date: LILLY INSULIN 99d1.96 h
In 1638, English settlers arrived 25% M.... Abs.rbearf .r KILLER

Conn.at what now Is New Haven PursettesTINY sr.sa 'Stave Duo DustS % GallonProftwlonol _.. FOODX' .......
Type 0.n..r Ia.n "'-' 11 I.
In 1850, San Francisco was SCHICKSHAVING Gila
incorporated as a city. LIQUID
In 1941! the Royal Navy sank -. IY CAMMNA 1.49 _.' ...... 0 6.75 List 341 3.45 Hit 1Gallon
R... 4J. CREAM 4 Pounds 39 .... .... I
For .
in ,
a of Italian destroyers Only Only
group ?
For .......... ? ?
Mediterranean.In Box ht. or ...."$''of, o'oc' only
1944. American bombers of 10 39 Box Plea Skl.II" ; WAX ,PAPER :s:: ... ..........16'
were attacking Bucharest and 40 Deublo/ qaELIDES 108 ROACHSPRAY DDT-75% SUM
oil fields in Romania.In is... CHINCHLAWN
1945! President FranklinD. 1.44 iMERCUROCHME13 Wtttoblo
Roosevelt was buried in the ;: ? PowoW .... SPRAY ,. .
of his estate at PrafMtianolFormula 2 Pound CwiUinH DOT. sac an* +M.trail.
rose garden .'
rrer.bul ftrmul
Hyde Park. N.Y. R BUFFER 79'' JoT
Ten *-*Mrs. Margaret -s; ....... .., ........ List' 2'to 1.91 Lilt Lltt 4'417.9S
Sanger years became ago the first woman r. ............... Our Price .......... Our Price ....._.
to testify before the Jap- MICRIN 59''

anese parliament making a :;: ...=....._.. ....
plea for birth control in Japan. I SPECIALS ON GARDEN NEEDS! I I
Five years ago-Cuban Prime -
Fidel Castro arrivedIn SIMALAC LIQUID 19's
Minister 1 ;;: '
Washington on what was .... Vi-fNCH OYInilt FULL-FLO SORE
billed as an unofficial good will

tour.One year ago The White SAW! 1US DUOS' Taste ,.. Difference :;:- TEA .BAGS s:0 39 50-fL Vinyl HOSEwdtCOUPONI

House announced that President TEK Deluxe MACLEANSTooth .. PLUS PRU 2Et
and Mrs. John F. Kenne- .
dy expected their third child in Tooth Brush Paste Rig. OLD SPICE r-jsr 99' W 1aR
August. .. 1.25 ..,M.
Otfft ; ;

2 for 79' Giant: 5 9 C Kub s a., R.g. ALCOHOL Isopropyl 91Reg. IOWrxfcu 799 = I

National I _. .2 ;....................................... slip Aluminum "'

Music WeekScheduled MOTOR OIL Name Brand 29 LAWN M.MT w.dgreen L.k Gu.r.FN 1114..? !

I 39c . ..................
I\P ; PLEDGE WAX' r99 40-fr.rol, .
Sponsored by the National J Unchwido. UK. OSCILLATINGSPRINKLER
Federation of Music Clubs, Na- tg 11 lirinflefaz) ....sew .* J *J*
tional Music Week will be cele- R.g.98e. GLO COAT WAX -I 69'
brated for the 41st year on May ... GROCERY SPECIALS (( ::1L _

3.10.this week is Intended to provide Heavy; Finest/ Qualify' PlaytexGLOVES GRADE A LARGE Dw bl. rMoWowwrT .dutfs[
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