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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 16, 1964
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Polk -- Lakeland
Coordinates: 28.041111 x -81.958889 ( Place of Publication )
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Exile Says Castro Aims Missiles At U. S.



(AP) Republican group gathering material for a within three miles" of eastern said he recommended to the late

leaders conducting a Latin I national platform: U. S. shores. President John F, Kennedy, before *
"What is the doIng Russians had bases in Cubato
American government
policy heardan
hearing He said the missile has a
about the existence of the overthrow Castro by U. S.
yre a w exile charge Fidel Castro has deadly Golem atomic missilein range of 1,200 miles which Is military force"Kennedy .

Polaris-type missiles pointed at Cuban waters around El Fra. less than the U. S. polaris missile said no, he didn't

{ ,'} the United States tie; north of Havana Province?" which can be launched underwater want bloodshed but that insteadhe
'sl 'fr Panel members In a nationwide Penabaz said he was told was starting the Alliance for
series of "Party to People" about the missiles by diplomaticand Penabaz displayed a map Progress," Pawley said.
meetings voiced demands underground'sources and by showing the alleged site of the "I say that elimination' of com,
Wednesday for on-site missile fellow refugees. He did not say Golem II less than 100 miles munist regimes must be a prelude
inspection in Cuba, called for a they had nuclear warheads from Florida.Sen. to the Alliance for Progress -
Cuban government In exile, and Penabaz said "Golem Ills designed Thruston Morton of Ken- ."
blasted the administration for to be launched from the tucky and Earl E. T Smith for Pawley blamed the Kennedy
not toppling the Fidel Castro ocean floor It can be launched mer ambassador to Cuba urgeda administration for failure of the
regime by a submarine or by the Cuba- Cuban government in exile. Bay of Pigs invasion Just three
Fernando Penabar exiled Havana based Russian 'trawler fleets; William Pawley former ambassador years ago. "It could have been
lawyer, asked the GOPReds which sail with great Impunity to Brazil and Peru, won" he said


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Cuban Exile Speaks Out Offensive In Viet NamDistrict


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J LONG. South Viet Nam
([AP) Communist units were
reported massing In the Mekong
Candidates Critical River delta countryside today
For another assault on the district
capital of Kien Long

Of xBryanf's Record companies Two airborne took up government positions

within the perimeter of the town

'. ; iBy which the Communists mauled ,.t eu
""-
mr last Sunday. Reinforcements ,
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS ber of Commerce rally push on', the first day of the, poured into the civil guard out ,
Three Democratic and two Republican !that as a member of the legislative session tatower, post that successfully withstood

Candidates for the FlorIda 'do school board he had cost ofd uto lags. jf tft. *'assault; ,'"'", t"
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guvernatorial nomination program-rewrite the- N'
r Dickinson 'talked ,about( hllrime I Demand Safety
peaking In Miami Wednesday'tion reapportlon.Legislature)
found fault with Gov. Ferris Br reorganize \tate. control plans in" so'jtti' I Townspeople demanded to bet Yr ,
ant's administration fie propi'iXj one senator rlda. hieliatifi( k<.,.Vto safer areas. Scores at w
'Hums detailed .. i
each lOO.Ul'U people and a .tart'a e peasants were pouring in from
Rep. Fred Karl of Volusla I .
to be in barn .6f
resentative for each 25000. governor the countryside of the Ca Mau
County and Sen. John Mathewsof
along the lower west peninsula, the southern tip of
Jacksonville, Democrats criticized Sen. Scott Kelly\ of of Florida from Bradenton Viet Nam.
Bryant for what they former Sen. Fred 0. Sarasota
The only American In Kien
called his $35 million and Mayor Haydon Burns i
costly refinancing Republican contender Rep. Long, an adviser with the airborne -
of the Florida Turn Jacksonville also Holley of Pinellas Coun- troops, said Intelligencesources
pike. Kelly promised Miami reported the Viet Cong
The crowd chuckled when Republican that as governor he would (Turn to Page 6, Column 3) wanted to overrun the town

Bob Foster of Fort My. again because they failed to demolish
era Beach termed Florida's highway Rescuers Hunt Miner the civil guard post Sun
system "a classic of the
I
Bryant administration's mis- day.After the attack the govern. Friends Meet In Moscow
management. You can't get lost Trapped In Idaho Blast ment rushed In reinforcements.

.because all highways lead to . [The Viet Cong battled them for Poland's Communist Perry Secretary Wladislaw Gomulke/ right At the meeting Gomulka' pledged Poliih support for lev.

Ocala" BURKE, Idaho CAP)-Rescuers Coy was alive.A three days Instead of melting left, end Soviet Premier Nikita Khrvihchov .", II.e. In Moscow let cell far world cemmunltt meeting an Red Chi.... This ,h...
Ocala Is the governor's home worked through the night mining expert says the away Jnto the countryside, their .I they attended Polish-Soviet Friendship Meeting Among ihoieapplauding. from T..., official) Soviet .,...c,. (AP Wirephoto via cable from I

town. attempting to reach a 47-year- 'rockbursts"' are small local usual practice. Identifiable a'.: Pellsh Premier Joiof Cyrenklowlci Moscow)

Urban Uprising, ,Urged old miner trapped at the 7,000 earthquakes. Peck was found in I Casualties High snood from right, and Sevlet Deputy Premier "....... I. Mikoyon, ,
Foot level in the Star mine, the debris-choked tunnel. I American sources said nearly ,
Democratic Miami Mayor Robert '
Idaho's biggest and deepest The wife and two daughtersof 300 government soldiers were
King High urged urban voters zinc mine. One man died In the McCoy waited for word in killed or wounded the heaviest Rights Bill
to awaken to what he accident. their nearby Wallace home. oil of a single engagement In President Pushes Talks

termed the short change they Crews were within 12 feet of The Hecla Mining Co operates the war They said civilian casu- Said Hurt
are getting from state govern Barney McCoy near dawn. He the Star mine with its 355 alties might exceed 200, At least ByDisturbances
ment under a rural dominated 41 A standby 60 Viet Cong bodies
and Reed Peck Wallace employes. emergen- were
Legislature. Idaho were working the deep cy-rescue team was dispatchedto found and American advisers To Avert Railroad StrikeThe
High proposed a severance tax est part of the mine when they' the mine after the word came believed many casualties were
on minerals and phosphate to re were trapped by a "rockburst" that the men were trapped late carried off
place the 1963 increase in auto I which sent rocks and timbers Wednesday. In Kien Long the Communists WASHINGTON (AP-Repub.)
tag fees. He said the state also, into the shsft. I Gus Voltolml employment killed and mutilated the district WASHINGTON (AP) Bar!(Johnson said "is whether these five train operating unions Hcan and Democratic senator

could save countless dollars by The body of Peck was recovered -manager at the Star said rescue chief hi,' wife and child and gaining talks aimed at avertinga bargainers can,, In 15 days get represent about 200,000 em- charged with shepherding the
following Miami's example of Wednesday night about' crews have dug to within killed or wounded a number of nationwide railroad strike over four years of the idea of ployes. They are protesting proposed civil rights bill through the Senate -
putting its insurance on a com Five hours after the accident.'six-feet of where McCoy was believed othep"',overnment officials ands were spurred on today by President somebody else settling their disagreements railroad work-rules have warned that Illegal
petitive bid basis and placing He had been crushed to death trapped. ympathizers. Johnson's implied shorter for them. I hope demonstrations and disturb
state monies in banks payingtop by the debris which came downon McCoy could survive the cave- In the subsequent battle, two deadline for a voluntary settlement they can. I think they can." changes which they contend antes that lead to violence
interest rather than in banksof him. 1 in if a broken timber held off Viet Cong battalions opposed a He asked for another "defin would amount to substantial pay "are hurting our efforts
political friends. A mine official said rescuers the mud and rocks and left,him "We should know definitely, itive" report on the talks by this cuts for many workers and elim- The statement was Issued
Karl said race relations was, had no indication whether Mc an air pocket Voltolml said.! I (Turn to Page t, Column 3) not later than next Monday weekend. inate many jobs Wednesday night by Sens. Hubert
"the most critical issue" confronting whether the parties to this dispute : H. Humphrey D-Mlnn,
Florida and added thai will settle it by the proc' Wallace and Thomas H. Kuchel R-
the state needs a governor who I .. J.. ess of bargaining and by responsible Visit By Gov. Cast, after proposals by splinter
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can establish "communicationsa : '# ....! ...) ) _y'" reason," Johnson said civil rights groups for disrupting .
social climate" between: > ',, >> Wednesday, : Stirs Indiana traffic to the New York
Up CampaignHoosier
white and Negro spokesmen. ? / "The country expects that answer World's Fair and other disorders
Mathews took issue with : '' << to be yes," Johnson said .
High's contention that the severance ','I: '''' ,1' >. after conferring privately with INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. (AP- delegates' votes for 'Grievous Blows' Struck
tax could replace removal <1' federal mediators and negotiators -'The tempo and the temperatureof President Johnson quickly said
of the auto tag increase and I i ",' hfj" .: for five unions and nearly the Indiana Democratic presidential -he was "not interested" In an The two senators declared:

asked "how are you going tfl: -t; t"M1i.. 200 railroads. I primary rose sharply invitation from Wallace to de 'Illegal\ disturbances demon
strations which lead to violenceor
replace $M million or more with : Special Law Only Out today after a one-day visit to bate.
'" 1'i strike grievous blowsat
injury
million that a severance ,, fweru: A I
$11 mild mannered
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$10 or Indianapolis by Gov George usually -
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Johnson did not say what he the cause of decent civil
tax might bring in? "... Welsh said In statement
Wallace of Alabama. a
"
I might do if the talks fail but he rights legislation
of Or
Republican Ken Folks r,44. '' Wallace drew a blistering denunciation -"This Is the man whose beliefs
would have no power to halt a "Unruly demonstrations and]
the only other candidate t : for the deaths
lando, were responsible
from Gov. MatthewE.
Cham"INSIDE ;0 scheduled strike April 25 unless protests that bring hardship,
to appear at the Miami ... s v w ;,.G he asked Congress for special Welsh of Indiana whom he of Innocent children In the and unnecessary Inconvenience
4 will in the May 5 pri- bombing of a Sunday School
'" legislation.The oppose to others-even by those who
t five-year dispute over mary. class have long suffered Indignities-
1 wages job classifications and The Alabama governor said Racist 'Tag' Denied are not helping the cause of

TODAY working conditions had exhausted he is not running as a segrcgationist Outside a chemistry lecture civil rights," the statement said
all provisions of federal law He described himself as hall where Wallace answered As the Senate debate
tM when Johnson won a 15-day a state and local rights candidate .- Butler University students' stretched into its 32nd session
>ro' m last Sen. Norris Cotton R .
strike postponement Friday questions, another group of students -today
Fag y and set up the emergency bar- 280,000 Votes Pulled picketed with signs like N.H joined senators who are
gaining talks"There urging amendment of the
in Indiana
"no racism
Amusements 20 is no settlement yet" The Indiana primary Is the "I'm not racist. Wallace louse.passed bill
a
Business News 11 Johnson said Wednesday on the second of three scheduled by
told the applauding students inside Corrective Changes Pushed
Bridge. 1& sixth day of the talks, "and Wallace for active campaigning "A racist is one who hates
Last week in Wisconsin he Cotton said In a statement he
there be no settlement until .
Crossword Puzzle 21 can another In his heart because
polled 260,000 votes about 35 person would vote for cloture-to cutoff
all Issues are disposed of"His of his color. I would not
Comics ..... .. 26-27
reference to a definite decision per cent of the total cast in I debate on the measure so
Classified .... 33-34-33 by Monday was the first the Democratic presidential pri- would be a segregationist be a state and president local rights that It can be voted on"butnot

Deaths .........,. ..... 6 official indication that he will mary His third campaignwill president"The until real consideration la
Dear Abby "..-, "N" 27 not let the entire 15-day postponement be In Maryland. student audience askedto given "to corrective amend

Editorials ................ 4 elapse without considering : Wallace came to Indiana choose: between the policiesof nents Cotton, regarded as at civil
Wednesday, one day after having
Horoscope ,.-............ 26 other steps.Threats 1 placed fourth among nine the governors In a mock primary -rights supporter said the bill,

Television .................. 27 Denied I write-in candidates in Illinois. voted. for Wallace over "is shot through with flaws and
70.55.Wallace
Welsh.
Sports ............ .23.24.25Weather "So far there's been no threatof He polled more than 4.500 voteson Hew back to Alabama Inconsistencies. For Instance it
Map ..... .. 3 Where Miner Is Trapped legislation," said George, both Democratic and Republican -,Wednesday night after saying circumvents the right of trial,
I Reedy White House secretary ballots there. by Jury and defies the Constitution
press
"If I
. 19-20-21 he'll consider it a victory
Women This I le the loading plant af the Ster mine in l.rle. Ideha, where ana mina wet killed and Welsh who entered the presidential -! by authorizing discriminauon -

...,"'," mining ....., at the 7,000 feat lend af the big sine ...1... (AP Wirephefa) "The principal question,," primary only to claim;\ (Turn to Page 6, Column 1) against atheists.

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.I I 2 LAKELAND LEDGER Thursday, April II, 1M4CROWNING Alaskan 1i ]

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to watch the tides
tw Jack English, 61, the town
? judge was there. So were Chuck

t Hendrix, the mayor, and the
\{ f owner of H. S, Young Mercantile -
j" V t Charles Knight.
I '.' Tide watching Is deadly serl.!
4p out business In this isolated lit-

tie fishing community nestled

: BROTHERS '" against the green hills of the
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,1 !< Kenai Peninsula In south-cen.
w tral Alaska.

' d Business District Jeopardized
t: a rare fashion find . .. The tides jeopardize the
' I town's entire business district-
,, f i 'yr Schiaparelli originals on sale r its five seafood plants, the two

grocery stores, the four hotels
,, :. ; ,
r the restaurants bars, the movie
ot 2595 3995
compare *" SS house and all the other shops-

r ID in aU. Valued at more than
sale! 18.8O I 1
$13 million, they set on !two
miles of vulnerable boardwalk

; ;' ,f' Great day for fashion . and for you! We've 4 For three days this week Set.dovlans .

,f mode a special purchase of ,. watched anxiously as
very magnificent I the tide crept Into their city,
millinery by the famed Schiaparelii( and they're Ten buildings were flooded but
'' I ACHIEVEMENT S.o Stowort, left, of Wmtor Heron, junior et Florida
yours for the choosing for a fraction of their damage was minor Wednesdaythe
t" I StoU Univtrtltr, putt crown en Petty Worron ol Jeckionville. who woi J.wit Homed Urle Control tides were receding,
usual All the
price smashing new shapes are In of
r M P"' I .f Angol Fllht, or the netionol Sweethtort of Air Ana ROTC. loth itudtur oro momboif But the danger is not over.
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the
color
group every important I Keppe Dtlte tororily ot the university ot TollaliaiMO. _____ May's tides will be. higher and
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there is always the fear of a
Mats' Millinery Salon OFFER YOUR SERVICESREGULARLY 3 Polk Students storm.
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'If the winds come, God helpus
IN THE BUSINESS DIRECTORY IN THE ," says one resident.

,i LEDGER CLASSIFIED COLUMNS, DIAL MU 6-1131 _Pledged To Frats Quake Led To Danger
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I I| At Fla. Southern t tI safely At one on her time stilts.Seldovla Even at stood high

I tide when more than 20 feet of
', ka: HOME SWEET HOME I ij I Three Polk County students water moved in, there was roomto

I I,have been pledged as new memI spare (under the boardwalk
Then came the Alaskan earth.
I I| ben of social fraternities at
quake. Geologists say it tilted
I Is wonderful Don't let a hearing (|I''Florida Southern College. the land masses of soutli-cen.
,I of Lakeland
William R. Fannin
tral Alaska leaving sunken
handicap change your happy has been pledged by Tan Kappa coastal areas at the mercy of

home into a place of donfme- ,Epsilon. His parents are Mr. the tides The land may slip
I I II and Mrs W. R Fannin Sr? 1901
.... back at least partly to normal,
I mast A well fitted Sonotonehearing ( Del Crest PI. say the scientists, but it's Impossible

I aid Wm, H. Wilti I i i William Raymond Lyle of to tell and may take
is the answer. been by Phi
,Bartow has pledged
.. ,., / I 15 iSlgma Kappa. He Is the son of months or years to find out.
There Is talk of raising the
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,Mr and Mrs W R Lyle Sr.,
McnogtrSONOTONE 'Rt' whole business district but a
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reluctance to go that far until
of LAKELAND Richard Rowland Blue of it'. known what lies ahead. The

I I II Highland City has been pledgedby cost could be prohibitive may
; Phi Sigma Kappa. He Is the .
I 217 E, Lemon St Ph. MU 2-7816 I,,10of Mr and Mrs H. D.II be $2 5 million.

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.. .,; Coloray* shell tops Eye MergerBy

/ 'rti, ANDREW BOROWIEC
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DAKAR Senegal (AP) The

: .,'.... sale! 2 for :S5 British colony of Gambia, which
tabs into Senegal with a 300-
I V f l mile long "Giant's Finger," may
"'""' The t'
t, perfect topping to costume your look disappear from the map when
"' jf'Colorcym acrylic shell 'tops in a va- I It obtains Independence this

:fc.t.r'ery'of posteLcolors and white; S, M, L I year. ,
..r-isrf v \ '' BROTHERS I A new African nation may be ,t
formedof
"" tV born Senegambia -
:;T: S Maas' Fashion Accessories Senegal and
French-speaking
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,.,**** j u' , English-speaking Gambia.
Union Discussed
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\ Senegal's President Leopold
ll i1 Sedar Senghor recently visited
-: \ ,,, Gambia for talks with Prime
!!,i i ,1' Minister David Jawara on the

1i r eventual union.Senegalese .
r r I G a m b i a n and
i British officials agree that a
i merger would be the best solu-

ion for poor heavily subsidized

'(ltJ, Via'" Gambia, an area of 60.000 square
4 ; 1 ' "1 r ' t' , miles with some 300,000 inhabl-

q ef tent
r Senegal in whose territory
r I i ? Ali.., f Gambia forms an enclave, has
120,000 square miles and a pop

I I ,., ;z.{ ulation of some three million
r Gambia Is an example of the

I way Africa was divided by the

1 colonizing powers.
\ The Gambian "finger"' has the
4 lame tribal groups as surround

,' fJK ing Senegal Today, however,
in schools
{ ? I English is taught
Ix
i while the country's administra

;: r I / t tion if patterned on that of the
British colonial system.

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;pi''r.,1 k M. I r I The Senegalese province of
/ ,
''t < ti Casamance, separated from the

i rest of the country by Gambia,
t tc fears importance .
'w losing economic
t in favor of Bathurst, Gam,

it S bia's capital and sizable port.
+ } c, Gambia relying heavily on
.
British I subsidies, would constitute
? _, a burden for Senegal's
I 1 1l in difficulties
ii r"d x budget already
'iJ=%Yi ': after France's threatened reduction
wPe3 l l i iilt of its subsidy for peanuts
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,<. ";t I ; I, i iI iI iI ir Like Senegal, Gambia's main
t. I crop Is peanuts. It also grows
atone some rice. The country has no
I railroad and its river network
I Is Insufficient for commercial

I transport.
t ) Granted internal autonomy by
Britain last fall Gambia is due
i to obtain independence this year
-and with It the power to de
I clde whether to merge with

Paradise Kitten shoe sale Senegal.- ...


regularly 1499 1600 I His and Her matched Chamber SeeksTo




sale! 10.90The : 'Playmates'shirts Gambling Make Legal


Go into summer with these cool as a breeze striped

seersucker "Playmate" shirts. Blue or maize , i HOT SPRINGS, Ark (AP-
newest Spring and Summer styles in mid heels, low heels and low-low Men's ,The Hot Springs Chamber of
sizes S-M L-XL; ladies' 32-36, $4 eoch.
heels of potent, brocade potent and soft leathers! Every special color-white, Commerce, wiU sponsor pen

black, bone and red basics in wide range of sizes.Mia" Maas' Mens Sportswear Constitutional lions for a statewide amendment vote to on le a

gallze casino gambling( In this
Lad ea' Shiies
Garland County resort. R H
Wootton, president of the Cham
ber announced Wednesday
night
The casinos have been closed
since March 28, after Gov. Or-
BE FASHIONABLE . USE YOUR MAAS' CHARGE ACCOUNT! val E. Faubus had warned city
FOR CONVENIENCE USE YOUR MAAS
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Temperatures In Florida And Around The Nation

STATION 11. L. Chicago ............ 58 50 Mpls-St. Paul..... 68 47 "
Miami .....!........ 83 70 Cincinnati .......... 83 50 New Orleans ...... 78 51 i 1R
Jacksonville ....... 82 52 Cleveland .......... 51 37 New York ......;.. 58 39 .
Key West .......... 82 74 Denver ............. 78 39 Omaha ............. 80 49
LAKELANDOcala ........ 80 (1 Des Moines ........ 75 0 Philadelphia ....... 64 43
.............. 85 58 Detroit ............. 57 U Pittsburgh i......... 59 32
Orlando ............ 84 60 Fairbanks .......... 21 9 St. Louis .......... 71'' 63
Pensacola .......... 83 55 Fort Worth ........ 82 54 San Francisco..... 75 50
Tallahassee ........ 80 49 Honolulu ............ 82 71 Seattle ............. 49 37
Tampa ............. gj 56 Indianapolis ........ 63 49' Washington ........ 70 39
W. Palm Beach .... M 75 Juneau ............. 47 35 _
Kansas City....... 82 62
Atlanta ............ 70 47 Los Angeles ........ 95 54 BAROMETER
Boston ............. 54 39 Memphis ........... 78 53 7 a.m. 30.25 '
Charleston .......,. 80 57 Milwaukee ......... ,,55 U 1 p.m. Wednesday-30.20 BROTHERS




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and scarlet face insert, one-piece metal sole plate chrome plated shafts,
A itorm front which douud Florid with role fr Hire. deco headed toward today, Itcving and brown and block calfskin grips. specially priced! .
behind lunny .\.ie..nd I0-d.fra. t.mf.t.t m, Forocotttrt told It would be mild ..d cltor .
through the wttkond. No air woi I. sight Similor woothor ,r.v.il.d over much of tho rttt of IRONS are chrome plated, with single flanged blades with sand blasted and snle! 17.97 -,"

Wiraphoto tho country.) Then was sale olo*| tho Cmodlon II...., hut ....wh... skin were fair (AP straight-lined scored faces, chrome plated step-down shafts and calfskin ( Not 1 and 3)matched)

grips.

Wecrt/iercost (MArCHEDSETofNos.1,3.and4SamSneadorPattyBergwoodsspeci01.: 1 set of 5 irons
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through Lakeland's tomorrow skies will with, be warm fair ; B (MATCHED SET of Sam Snead or Patty Berg irons, Nos. 2, 3,4,5,6,7, 8 specially priced!

days and mild nights, weather i and 9, specially priced . sole! 47.97)) sale! 29.97

men said today.Northeast .
to easterly winds Ma as' Sporting Goods No. 3, 5, 7, 9 and putter)

will blow at 10 to 16 miles an ZONE FORECASTSB ""e
hour, diminishing to less than 6 C-Fair through Friday
miles an hour at night Mode. Low tonight 50 to 55. e
rate humidity was predicted. D-Fair through Friday. Low v"i'4
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yesterday was 80 degrees, E, F-Fair through Friday. E
the minimum this morning was Low tonight 55 to 60. Northeastto the look and beauty of original oil paintings ,
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the city hall weather station. hour. "
G-Fair through Friday. Low
tonight 60 to 65.
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third antigovernment revolt art
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north of Damascus was put PovertyTAMPA

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killed. The city of 100,000was
still under a 24-hour curfew !Johnson's war on poverty will (AP) Leon ''I le
today, but bakeries and gro have a substantial Impact on 1F
Ackerman, 65, developer of the 1.98 '
ceries were ordered to reopen, tate; welfare activities FrankM.
exclusive Indian Lake Estates at
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(AP)-Mrs. Mary Clark Rockefeller ning for 1965 the impact of the said the death was an apparent r
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II Spying On The Mails I ,, iv i iIr The Presidency

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I There used to be a standard joke it by regulation. Congress has never I t

about the postmistress reading all the legislated on the subject. ark By ARTHUR KROCK ,

]:'riP H"' 9CunraWASHINGTONln tr'
postal cards and then delivering themto 1 1q astonishingly 3 ,> .
SENATOR LONG'S BILL would an # r.i
the addresses. Recent developments I y
Lyndon ..
time
brief
bar any and all mail covers, regard- Vii' t'
give the old tale an uncomfortablering less of the circumstances and who requested ., SAfc B. Johnson has put his famous

of truth. the check. The senator believes r- + 9tP i''' brand firmly on the presidency
of his
Senator Edward Long, Missouri the prohibition is essential to rY and the leadership

Democrat, is one legislator who wantsno safeguard the right of privacy. party and the nation. By this ,1

more spying on the mails. He has The Post Office argues that privacyis accomplishment In unusually, he has t
delicate circumstances
not invaded because who
introduced a bill to prohibit the Post persons developed next November's
'use the mails know that mail-handling /
Office Department from continuingto read the 4 'R popular referendum into a '
personnel can markings on t, ,,
institute what is known as "mail envelopes and there is no obligationon Judgment on the JOHNSON administration .
and his own per
covers." a sender to place his name and

The practice Involves recording the return address on letters. i formance as President

name and address of the sender of the But the casual reading of return He has executed this masterly

addresses during sorting and deliver political feat without major
mail the place and date of postmarking
,
ing of mail is far different from the deviation from the programs

the class of mail, and all en systematic compilation of information of President Kennedy

velope markings. about the mall delivered to an indi because of a highly-Individual ARTHUR KROCK

vidual's home. The recipient, in any style and administrative method and the vice presidency

THE POST OFFICE does this, without case, has not given the government Although Johnson has had portant as these are.

notifying the recipient, at the re permission to check on the sources of 11 : Y only a few months, In a year

quest of federal, state and local law his mail. 1- when he must submit his NOW SUPPLIED by a cruel

enforcement officials. The department A.. w claims for direct election to stroke of destiny with the pow.

estimates It! "spies" on the mail of IN ONE RECENT case the Post demonstrate that his is not a ers of the presidency that he

about 500 to 750 persons at any one Office placed a cover on the mall of "caretaker" administr a 11 I lon, was denied by the normal elec

time.The an attorney whose client had been indicted THE VOICE OF THE PEOPLE he has achieved that objec tonal process, Johnson is exercising
their
powers in a pro
information obtained has tive.
and faced trial. The cover included

proved especially useful to law enforcement mail sent to the attorney's wife Get All The College Facts Among his predecessors who tern many political diverse performance roles. One day of
agencies in tracking down
as well as the attorney.
succeeded from the office of 1 he is the patient arbitrator of
fugitives and in obtaining leads on There would seem to be clear need -
vice president, Chester A. Ar a stubborn and protracted
tax violations The department says it for Congress to legislate on the subjecttp EDITOR I would like to chameleon or turncoat. thur made the same attemptand management labor dispute
institutes mail in those express my appreciation for The Ledger'sOpinion In fighting the better .
covers only against
safeguard privacy and avoid abuse.If school board members like failed, despite the fact that which threatens to culminateIn

instances where a crime has been committed mail covers are to be allowed,, Con Mrs. Dora Phillips Wendell Page people Interests of Florida of the and working America he had three and a half yearsof the collapse of the national

and there is reason to believe gress should clearly spell out the typesof Watson and E. C. Head. None this man Holland aligned President Carfield's unex- economy The next he is coercing

that the mail cover would be usefulin cases where it is permissible, require of them have been pushed or Thi editorial poo effort himself against those who pired term for the purpose, a balky' congress with
rushed Into Iht
accepting a "pigin nowipapcr'i own epinienin
its solution. that it be done by court order sought to light some candles in a highly professional mixture
a poke. We've waited along matter of current inreror In the dark and gloomy corridors Calvin Coolidge, a periodof
The practice dates back at least to and provide stiff penalties for those time for a junior college, welcome in the editorial the column "II of fear, hunger and human professional succession only of ruthless arm-twisting and
opinion of
1893 when the Post Office authorized who violate the safeguards in law. and everything should be tak readers In the Voice of! the poverty. I specify Spes a few months longer than cajolery In which the rewards

t en into consideration.Mr. People Column. Ltttert mutt lard, in saying the man should Johnson's, made small effortto and punishments at his disposal
Boone, according to his be dared end beer the writer's be retired from the U.S. Sen
thinks eddreit, identify himself as a new are unmistakably im
I statements yesterday, but nomei will ate.
I Name-Callina As An Art Form that wanting to know soil conditions be withheld upon requoit. A national leader of the people or plied.
water tables, drainage letter would' not exceed 250wordi KYZER E. STEWART SR.
of Congress, taking positive
Another
the
end tine armor be day Presidentis
Communist name-calling is a specialized Both do risk war with the West; both ., Do and so?on, Is dillydally.Ing. uNdo The Ledger ,...,,.. positions only when extreme dangerously relaxing from
you
art form. do risk splitting the Communist move State Supt. of Schools the ihorten right to It.reject Opinione eny boner ofcolumniiti Legal Precedent political exigency compelledhim the ex officio confinement of

The quarrel between the top Com ment. Both have strayed far from the Thomas D. Bailey, In a letterto end other contributor to. And, though Truman his native high spirits by driving
EDITOR
munist leaders of Russia and China paths laid out by Lenin (who didn't the Bartow mayor, stated this page* eppeor oliewhero on ment editorially The on Ledger the furorin com ultimately stamped his administration ( an automobile as it he
had
that the team delayed .
has been going on in its present phase pretend to foresee the future but consideration survey of two the State of Iowa, caused as his own and not were a Juvenile with a hotrod

since 1958, more and more openly and called his moves only as he played sites Which two, and why? I cal to the national interest. by a proposed bill which Just an extension of President Still another day, and the

bitterly lately. Name-calling, long them, one by one). After all, Lenin hope all these questions are Now The Ledger refers to would authorize the sterilization Roosevelt's, he was In the President is Impulsively opening

avoided, began in proxy fashion. For died in! 1924. answered before the final this same Spessard Holland of persistent bearers of White House many months the gates of the White
as a "Southern illegitimate children destinedto
vote.
gentleman
some time, Russians remained formally The experienced Russian leaders which might easily imply that, be reared at public expense. longer before he established House grounds to a group of

courteous to Chinese, and vice versa, have more common sense than the doctrinaire MRS. C. E. V1NSON SR. other viewpoints are entirelyout It !Is not generally known this than Johnson will have tourists that has happened

but the Russians called the Albanian Chinese leaders; but the differences of order. I cannot accept that the Supreme Court of the served of Kennedy's unexpiredterm along; then leading them in

Communists names when they meant are in degree only HitsEndorsemenOf t bowing and scraping as a U.S. in 1924 rendered a decision when he will submit his an inspection of the August
commendable
legislative qual permitting eugenic sterilization record to the electorate premises. But when the occasion
the Chinese, and the Chinese did the ity, and I will .
continue
Sen. Holland to insist 'About, thirty state's" S-; demands a show of the
t same to the Yugoslavs. that members of the U.S. now legalize it. The decisionwas It required a remarkable dignity befitting his great

When the two pricipals began direct Significant BooksFrom EDITOR I am somewhat first Senate and should southerners be Americans based on the desire of the man to cast the presidency office, no President has excelled

name-calling, they started with all-in- Intrigued and mystified by the It la noted In total second.candor State of Virginia to sterilizean in his own image so firmly him

the-family type castigations: things Lakeland's Park Trammell mealey-mouthed endorsementof that The Ledger does not entirely imbecile, Carrie Buck, who and so rapidly after the three
had
Public Library comes a list of 30 "sig Spessard Holland by The already borne several illegitimate WHEN JOHNSON'S acute
with
like "revlslonlst"from the Russian side agree Spessard Hol children. years of Its Identification with political
Carrie appriseshim
Ledger (April 12) Or perception
perhaps land
and "pseudo-lettwing deviationist" nificant books for young people" pub The Ledger is a bit desperatein if in on the every area public of disaffection question, was both the daughter and John F. Kennedy, and in the that he has left himself

from the Chinese side. Only graduallydid lished during the last year taking aides with the senator for the senator, The Ledger granddaughter of imbeciles. first stage of the worldwide vulnerable to criticism, he

they begin to accuse each otherof What caught our eye, and startledus who is approaching the disagrees with his stand on In expressing the majority mourning for Kennedy's tragic shrewdly turns the tables on

giving aid and comfort to the a bit, was the presence of a volume twilight era of life and the medicare, the minimum wage opinion (one dissent), Justice death that will not soon abate. his critics with a home-spun
"capitalists" possibility is considered that Oliver wisecrack or by drawing the
and Wendell
Holmes
migratory restrictions
titled tersely
"Pro Football's Hall of Fame. The is But Johnson Is a remarkable mantle
and Ledger interested of the
"imperialists" (meaning In then I can and do stated: "Three presidency
support The generation of
On the list is is sandwiched between seeing the senior Mr man. He proved this by his extraordinary around him
Holland the
according to
mostly the U. S.), and later still came Ledger In that respect.. ]In his imbeciles are enough.
"The Living Sea" and Allen Dulles' remain in the US Senate defeatist attitude toward medicare skill in getting occasion. And in these shiftIng -
Chinese charges of Russia actually con. purely as a sentimental IRVING from a Senate, In which his roles
"The Craft of re the minimum and LEVY as a Lincoln trying
spiring with the "Imperialists." Intelligence. minder of statistical seniority. other matters of vital wage Interest party followers were divided, to bind up the nation's wounds,
Actually the American Library As a constructive observer to the working people of Amer the first significant anti-dis as a Jackson whipping hit

ON MONDAY CAME the Soviet Association listing of good juvenile during the years that Spes ica and progress in general, An Evaluation crimination measures since reconstruction party and congress to his will,
books is a useful service to young lard Holland served as gov Spessard Holland has earned and in inducing as a Theodore Roosevelt defy
reply to that: the most horrendousname ernor, I cannot EDITOR a Democratic
and their agree that his the contempt of the elector. Regarding your congress to coop ing presidential conventions,
people and it
the Soviet controversialists[ parents, points wartime service was able or ate. Likewise, this man has news item about The Ledger erate constructively with a he still manages to remain
have been able to think of yet. out some excellent reading material, distinguished I did note how. turned his back upon the bet. costing: cents a week (with Republican president. But full Lyndon B. Johnson, the poor
Nikita Khrushchev his all of which !is currently available and ever, that his stand on various ter Interests of his own political new Saturday issue). It is not national comprehension of country boy from the wide
(
on Hungarian may be borrowed from the Trammell controversial matters reflect party, to the loyal demo worth 45 cents a year. these and other natural talentsof Southwest, the Alger hero who
tour) and a Soviet spokesman at a ed bias and prejudice immi- crat he is a multicoloredbe leadership was limited by bettered himself in the admired
Moscow press conference both compared Library (UNSIGNED the scope of his senate office American way.

the Chinese leaders with Hitler.


Khrushchev Chinese willingness was talking to risk a about new world the The LessonEven Careful Big Brother Is I Ison

Watching
war as a Hitler-like characteristic. The though Mayor Haydon Burns YOU!
Moscow
spokesman compared Chinese
was not directly responsible for the -
racism inciting black and yellow Easter week racial By RUSSELL BAKER asked, "General, have
bloodshed
in Jack you you remember, sir, Just whichof
races against whites with Hitler's sonville, he and other Florida officials WASHINGTON@ 1ehr \!lark-im"The ever, at any time, for even a these opinions were yours For as Richard'old cornpone'M. Nixon?" posed to people who have at
fleeting
government
second, thought of and : "Sir, some time
racism. which or another, just
ones belonged
could afford to ponder these words Is spending more than Lyndon Johnson as 'old corn.pone' to please tell us as candidly as for a fleeting
ghostwriters thoughtof
your ? moment,
At the current of call $4 million a liedetector possible,
stage name- from a Southern Council year on ? FOR without the usual
Regional
GOV. WILLIAM you as if you will excuse
ing, both sides are using several of report made public today more tests.than Last 23,000 year it tested HERE ARE A FEW typical SCRATON of Pennsylvania of circumlocutions General your opinion the phrase sir 'old
persons. questions for Elsenhower's
the same names: "petty bourgeois nationalist . The lesson of Jacksonville is While strapped -. after they have typical been statesmen "Don't you REALLY" want to dency?" "Of checkers?"presi cornpone'?"
? strapped be The
president?
( "splitters" and "undermin- . that wherever the white civic to the machine to the polygraph and advised For For President Johnson: statesmen, fortunately
Robert are not before
F. likely to sit still
ers" of the world Communist many oil that the overhead Kennedy: Mr. President tell
move mirror us
leadership religious business and > con "Now, please, a this
these d as we understand it who is funny mirror for
ment and hence "traitors" to people| ceals a network television from Big Brother?" "How
itj servo these sort of
; political allows racial various interrogation. They
a crisis to were also being 1 camera: newspaper do you know that, Mr
ing the "imperialists." develop and spill into the streets peeped at For Secretary of Defense stories and magazine pieces, ?" "Mr. President,President know that a person strappedto
Mr. Kennedy, the idea of why a machine In front of a
!
drop does
(whether by indifference, inatten- by sundry McNamara: "Why do you always Big Brother insist
or I ping out of public life and on peek-a-boo mirror is bound to
"staatspolizel
goIng keeping
TilE FUNNY THING is both are come back from Vietnam the White House
tiveness to the justified impatience of concealed 1 off someplace to work lights end up humiliated
"
right Both are like Hitler looking so happy? "Is with children turned off?" "Your Why does Insist
: powerhungry interests Brother
Negroes with tokenism or less, or by hind that so?" "Are you lure Mr you great compassion for Big

totalitarians who oppress their rebuff of Negro efforts to effect change through beI. Secretary, that Henry Cabot the more United than States vice presidency?" "Mr. of of every stripe ls well.known voters, don't on have humiliating the people weightto who
own peoples, threaten the of the ton and [ Lodge hasn't promised Kennedy of course, sir, but political
peace through discussion and joint planning, den micro second you have you ever, at any whether we wonder kick the polygraph, smash
world and have delusions of racial or by other failures), then it invites phones "Big BAKER ticket place?" on the Republican time, for even a fleeting sec your great humanity the "see-through" mirror and

and class and national superiority. violence." Brother Is watching," Maj. George Reedy, presidential ond, thought of Lyndon John- you occasionally notwithstanding feel ,ill-dis- cackle like a hen for the bid

Gen. Ralph J, Butchers, provost press secretary; "Now, to the den mlcrophone1'Washington
--- marshal general of the
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army, told the congressional > -

LAKELAND subcommittee which Is looking
LEDGER into the whole thing. tJfJ' cr :

Naturally it is unpleasantto .-, , - Memo
dwell on this picture of our

I t I Poll OAHDNtlt.., JO"rrAtr" eOWLI'._ ,."... government using old totalitarian best of your knowledge,
Imperial County t" S &. CLlV &. .. J'"'J!.... police techniques. If it George, Mr. Johnson has never L'ndon B. Johnson, whose
World's aim Center "'-g 3 :: Io.'d.l: .P.: : Jon will not give them up how. driven over 70 miles an confusion" and a "better presidential motto bas been "continuity without
CUNT&ffi CI..u'u: ,5ffi.ft.... : .: % ever, it should at least start hour?" practice deal; went out to the ball park to put his theories Into
AIL1V, rrNwNe"M. .ANrI..._MINHY. using them, without discrimi For Sen. Strom Thurmondof
nation on the government's South Carolina: "You have *
: kingpins as well as its helots. often said that the Negro Is lie provided tontinulty by
The LEDGER'S telephones: All Departments-686-1151 Fair is tilt It big brother more happily situated in the baseball season a. presidents tossing have old the first pitch of the American League
is watching, the watched are South than In New York. Now been doing since 1110.
entitled to know who is watch. senator if *
SUBSCRIPTION RATIS you were a Negro So did the
I ing Big Brother. General . Senator, please I Washington Senators, tradiUonally
HOMI DELIVERY Butchers can set an example remind you that the mirror is dropped their opener 4-0; to Los Angeles last In the league, as they
In
I On* y 0.' ...., ., ... $%3.40 On* month .. ..,.,. r $ 1.95 first for his to superiors submit to by being liedetector the watching your reaction; if you only one hit. tact,, they did it so well they got
a were a Negro senator, would
I I Six month .. . .u.. ,$11.70 Wt.k . ...... .. ,. $ ,.45Thro test behind an evil mirror, you rather live in South Carolina But there *

months $ 5.15 OliO per, by mill' . . $26.00 The first question for him or New York City?" the public address was a rood deal of confusion In the process. It when
should be, "General announcer said began early
do you For Gov. Rockefeller"Would State "there has been
Senate In thi a quorum call In the United
think Big Brother Is on your you state your candid connection whh civil
Published afternoons and on Saturday and Sunday morning by side?" It the machine shows opinion sir, of Ambassador are requested to return to the Senate" rights bill. *" United States senators

that the general believes HE Henry Cabot Lodge?"
Lakeland Newspaper Corp., Lakeland Florida 33802 Ili' *
is big brother, he would then For Sen. Barry Goldwater: this point the
,
be told that Lyndon Johnson "Senator, you have had many to the April breeze non-playing senators (the ones With
exposed
) hair
Is watching him thruugh a differing opinions about social) Gil Hodges rose and depart The playing Senators gray ,
trick kept his new (whose manager
hairs
mirror.. He would then security attributed to yOU Can mained gray hidden under
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More Controls On Court News( enne'II j :.. : t t ,"I!) L/ v. !tA\ 1r IR.JA1'1Y!- : ';, TONITE,

, By STERLING F, GREEN New York r t
County Lawyers' Association aimed
primarily at television-
tioni WASHINGTON editors (AP-The na. has declared that the could affect us all\ and Invite OVER 1000 FREE PARKING SPACES ,, AND EVERY MON.
were told
today "special visual impact" of television greater abuses in the administration
there is "cause DOWNTOWN 6 P.M.
9 P.M.
for to
cern" in the great con makes new measures of justice than those they R THURS. and FRI.
' legal circles for rising tighter clamor curbs on In I I accused necessary to protect the right of supposedly rect. are designed to cor ,fTY.lr... \
persons to a fair trial.
! mewl reporting of the courts. The lawyers said they were convinced "If developing smaller televl ,7
The Committee on Freedom of that "any reliance on slon cameras is beyond our con sportswear
Information of the American I voluntary restraints by the television trot, we can certainly try, by
' Society of Newspaper Editors I industry are largely our own example, to teach the 1 \r- : 1
:, warned that the proposed restrictions doomed to failure." electronic newsmen larger man- hS
i "although aimed primarily N The emphasis on television "is ners and a deeper understanding fabrics
at television" could not to suggest that the newspa of the basic truth that free- t
i damage all news coverage. pers of America are blameless dom of Information is not an
t The committe headed by ." the editors' report. went unlimited license to trample on
, Creed C. Black, executive editor on. Individual rights." k Woven Oxford Cloth, Sail.t .
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Wilmington (Del.) It said
Morning News and Evening "Indeed: MOVED TO )t 1 cloth, Duck and Novelty
the
necessity to
Journal, reexamine -
prepared the
report for 118 W. LEMON ST.
today's opening session of f our own shortcomings Sporty Textures.
ASNE'i and rid our own house of Irresponsibility
three-day annual con Lanier t
vention. becomes althe'\ Upshaw, R
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) tered The for nearly 500 editors regis r'f.:: "" .... J JJ U lJl.h_,.,., _" ,IJR! .m. 411I. Solids and prints, 5 7 c
the meeting were invited machine washable,

Johnson's as guests late afternoon at President news cis1ll. the nicest ; \ i A I wash and wear.

conference in the large State t t:
. Department auditorium. IIrS: De drink ::

The freedom of Information 1 Eyelet Batiste
report attributed the restrictive! '. "
Schlffll broidered cool 77 0
proposals by legal
I' groups partly i crisp cotton
to the "tragic and turbulent 4
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"That is the extent to which 1 r
television is complicating matters 10. years mellow! |
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The committee. noted .that the_ u run tu"iTuiexi'._KWIMI*"IUI-M now*on uuon tisnucu COLMU" .
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iMethodistsICloud
Brazil's Military President "


Holland Dinner Unity


I Move Future Promises Moderate RegimeBRASILIA f


Tomorrow NightORLANDO

PRINCETON NJ. (AP) -' Brazil (AP) Went Joao Goulart. deposed l ema, which Include runaway
Protestant church leaders lifted Brazil's new military presidenthas April 1 in a coup led by Cartell II I inflation, a foreign debt of nearly

Agriculture officials Main topics at Mutual's meeting through a strongly worded promised a moderate reglme -lo Branco, then army l $4 billion and widespread

from all over Florida also be the tariff question Methodist statement today for in which "remedies for staff. poverty,

will be here tomorrow for a and synthetics, said Robert W clues to the future of a move- left-wing extremism will not Freedom Pledged
"thank YOU" dinner honoring give birth to a reactionary Miss W. Haven
Sen. Spessard L. Holland of Rutledge, executive vice president ment to unite six major ri ght." "All' democratic and free natlons -

Bartow for his contributions to of Florida Citrus Mutual. churches members.embracing 21 million Gen. Humberto Castello Bran- will be our allies," said Contest To Be
Homer E. Hooks general all
agriculture.The the new president, "just as
co, 63, was Inaugurated Wednesday
dinner, to be held In the chairman of Commission said A Methodist commission attending : to serve 21 months remaining - those people who desire to be Open To Public

Egyptian Room of the Cherry highlight of the Commission'sprogram the third annual Consul in the term of leftist ProsBakerCioud free and want representative
Plaza Hotel, will culminate a tomorrow will be re tatlon on Christian Union Issued democracy can count on Bra- WINTER HAVEN-The Miss

full morning of meetings scheduled ports on the effectiveness and a statement Wednesday laying zil's support. Winter Haven contest Saturday

by Florida Citrus Commislnn cost efficiency of its advertising there were many theological I This was considered by someto night at Nora Mayo HallIs
and program, as detailed by the I and social questions that would break
Florida Citrus Mutual. hint at a diplomatic open to the public, withno
The advertising and merchandising Starch Report on magazine ad take a long time to resolve Said with Cuba, which conservative admission charge, sponsor
of
the Nielsen Report Hanging
committee of the Commission vertising advertisements and "Although one must never political leaders have been demanding ing Jaycees said

will meet at 9 o'clockin telephone J overlook the possibility of the since Goulart's over- The crowning of the queen
the National .
the Fountain Terrace and Family attitudes Opinion intervention of the Holy Spiritto Over CapitalWASHINGTON throw. In the annual event will take I

will be followed by a meetingof Survey towards on the consumer bring men to a common I Cheers and applause from the place after the show andjudging I

the full Commission. program. mind," the statement said, "it (AP) Sen. packed Chamber of Deputies which begins at

Joint Meet SetMutuat'a Also on the agenda for the Is difficult at this time to Judge Jack Miller, R-towa, said today greeted Castello Branco's 17- p.m.
Commission will be
meeting a that a plan of union of the a cloud hangs over the Senate minute inaugural address Eight girls are In competition 8'I
board of directorsand resolution protesting budget cuts churches is feasible during the and the White House because ofwhat which was viewed as shifting this year In I

advisory committee will to five research projects which coming quadrennium (a four '. he termed the failure toair iBrazll'a foreign policy toward a to the Miss Winter Haven title
assemble at 9 30 o'clock in the were scheduled by the Trans
: ." pro-Western line. will select Miss Posture
year period) all the facts In the Bobby a contest
Royal Palm Room for its meetIng portation and Facilities Research took office
I Baker case. I Since Janio Quadros with a cash award. The
Division of the U.S. Department Not Closing Door
and Goulart
four years ago latter contest Is in cooperationwith I
In
Following both meetings, the of Agriculture's Agricultural AVIATRIX NEARS A FIRST Mr. J.rr.i Mock, 39ys.aId .'- The statement emphasized, a statement, Miller said succeeded him in 1961, Latin the Polk County Chiro-

Commission and Mutual will Marketing Service and Columbui, 0., flyn! ( houuwld tpanntd Hit Pacific from Hon.elutu however, that this must not be questions left unresolved by the America's largest nation has practic Society.
i
get together at about 11 o'clockin a resolution from the Florida to Oakland' y.ir.rd.r and cloud ,In en I.., ,a.I, ta fc. first construed as closing the door to:business investigation into the outside followed an independent line Competing for one or both I
dealings of the
the Royal Palm Room for a Citrus Processors Association report sole around lobt. She ultimate A resigned with leftist anti-American overtones -
woman ta fly Kit | li ihown h. 01 she unity spokesman 1 secretary to the Senate'i Democratic titles will be Misses Joyce
(joint session on the citrus In of the special committee on 1 ittpptd from her piano at Oakland 'Inrtmarianal' Airport. Mr*. said the statement was drafted majority include these:- Addison, Janice Graham, In-

dustry' fight to prevent a reduction -I research facilities pertaining to Mock wti ichtdulod ta continue her flight today. (tAP Wlraphoro) some time ago, but essentiallystill I. "Whether of Mr.aker's I Military Career Put Aside ger Falvorsen, Susan Jones,
of tariffs on offshore a proposed 140,000 expansionof holds. any
Carol Stevens, Sue Thamesand
citrus coming Into the U.S. andoi the Lake Alfred Citrus Experiment Methodist Bishop Glenn Phil B alleged Improprieties Castello Branco put aside a

) the threat poised by syn- Station planned for Com!Woman Flyer Nears lips of Denver, Colo, had said i while involved he President was the Johnson. long military career to head the In Sandy addition Turner to the usual requirements
I senate malority
thetic drinks. mission financing. Tuesday that union of the six 21-month interim government. beauty appear.
r denominations take longas j leader Military leaders of the coup
may as ance, personality-contestants
Visit Gov. Wallace 20 or 30 .years to be realized. 2. "Whether any of MrBaker's have promised elections In October will display their talents for
By I GoalOAKLAND alleged Improprieties 1964 for presidentwho
Globe-Circling In a companion development I a new the Judges. Mary Lou Gonzales -
I
i involved member of the
any would take office in Janu-
for the Protestant I
a spokesman Winter Haven vocalist
Stirs Up Indiana Campaign Episcopal Church said he did senate. cry 1966. will also sing.Rehearsal .
Calif. (AP-Jer-tours and 39 minutes Wednesday i- not expect his church's governing I Miller said he doubted all the In Rio de Janeiro, 600 miles will be at Nora
n le Mock prepared today to fill Mrs. Mock stepped out of Initiate f Facts would ever be known because southeast of this Inland capital, Hall
i body to a general Mayo tomorrow at 6
votes at all He said I i into a statewide television network he of her her p.m.
get: any cockpit single-engine red-and-white Cessna 180' of the refusal of the rules I Castello Branco's inauguration
of union when it meets All contestants
are requestedto
Man
he'll be back for more campajgn -! out of Indianapolis. His plane with operatic song along i nto the arms of her husband, committee's Democratic majority touched off wild celebrations. be

only major opponent, Harold E. he last 2,800 miles of her at- Russel, 39, a copy supervisor in l later this Methodists year. and j to call White House aide The inauguration attracted present.
The Episcopalians -
Stassen, will appear on the Butler empt to be the first woman tony an advertising agency have been meeting Walter Jenkins and other witnesses nearly all the diplomatic missions VALOR AWARDSFor

-.i i campus Friday. solo around the world. "She'd rather have a double i intermittently for three years requested by the Republican including the Soviet Un- valor in the Korean war.

1 Write-in votes are not permitted "It was about time a woman shot of Scotch right now," cor t- with delegates of the United 'l minority, ion's The U.S. mission was led the U. S. Army awarded 78

in Indiana. did It," she said. ided her husband as he handed I- Presbyterian Church, Unite<< I At the committee's hearings I by Ambassador Lincoln Gordon. Medals of Honor the Navy

appearances, but he set Mrs. Mock, 38, mother of her two orchids instead. Church of Christ and the Disciples a local insurance man, Don B. Castello Branco announced anew swarded 8, the Marine Corps

51<$ dates hree, needs only to fly the 1,200 About six hours later, Mrs of Christ and Evangelical Reynolds testified that in 1957 Cabinet to help him at- gave 42 and the Air Force
Indiana convention delegatesare AuburndaleFirm miles or so from Oakland to El Mock bed after selling a $100,000 policyon tack Brazil's pressing prob- awarded 4Dittman. .
eaton a in an Oak- Brethren Churches.
bound to cast their first- Paso, Tex., and then the final United Johnson's life he bought SI,-
and hotel -
room, sipped her other denominations
for the
-
ballot vote for the presidential 1,650 miles to her hometown of Spokesmen 208 worth of advertising time he
Scotch and told of her loneliness I- comment
primary winner. Using C Columbus, Ohio, the starting did not had no use for on a Texas,television -
In the Republican primary, point March 19. She has flown in flight."I i mmediately on the Methodist station controlled by @bttuarte I

Sen. Barry M. Goldwater of 'O.J.1 more than 20,000 miles east to couldn't even get any good 1 statement. Johnson's family.
MarkAdams
Arizona will make only one appearance west over both major oceans music on the plane's radio," Reynolds said he did so at

next Monday, piped and three continents, singing she I'm said. "So I sang opera" Haines Board Jenkins' request. In a sworn MRS. ELIZABETH R. Edward Moran, Anthony
Packing Associationof arias to relieve the loneliness. not a very good singer. statement to committee invest! WIMMERMrs. Baumann, Lawrence

Plan Auburndale has begun using Husband Greets Her On her current flight the 1 5- Will Consider gators, Jenkins said he had no Elizabeth R, Wimmer. Shims and O. T. Bradeken
Negroes
the "OJ" symbol of the Florida foot, 107-pound aviatrix becamethe knowledge of the arrangementsby Sf, of 610 E. Lime St.. died yes- Gentry-Morrison Funeral Home

i Citrus Commission on the After the 2,400.mile flight first woman ever to fly solo Paying Proposals which Reynolds bought theelevision terday at a Lakeland nursing was in charge of arrangements.
Meeting On ends of all retail-sized contain from Honolulu to Oakland in 17 across the Atlantic Ocean I to time. home after an illness of three

ers of its frozen concentrated : Africa and the only woman ever HAINES CITY-The city Miller urged anew that contempt months. She was a native of RITES FOR MRS. TUDOR

NonviolenceTALLAHASSEE orange Juice Communists to pilot a single engine plane commission will consider a proceedings be brought Hancock County, Kentucky, and

The symbol I Is now appear. across the Pacific. resolution covering paving of against Baker who Invoked his came to Lakeland 15 years ago Funeral services for Mrs.

ing on all six- and 12-ounce 'About Time' 22nd Street from Melbourne 3th Amendment protection I Igainst from Portsmouth, Ohio. She Jennie Tudor, of 201 East
(AP) The Mass Attack was a member of the First Charles St., who died Monday,
i cans, according to information, to Mason Avenues and possible self-incrlmma-
Southern Christian "This Is something men do all I I por.t Methodist Church were held yesterday at grave
the
Leadershi S supplied to Commission General tion of Mason and in refusing to answer the Woman's
Conference has scheduled amass Manager Homer E. Hooks by In Viet Nam the time, said 'Mrs. Mock, Avenues In tonight's meeting. 'committee's 'questions. Society of Christian Service, and side In Oak Hill Burial Park.

meeting Sunday to empha James A. W, Goff, executive : evaluating her flight.' "It was Under old business: a progress the Woman's Christian Temperance The Rev. Darrell F, Joachim
about time a woman did It." pastor of the First Christian
size nonviolence In vice Union
a Negro) president of the Adams organization report by the capital |
voter registration drive. Goff explained that government paratroop battalion, Her husband told of' the crowd Improvements committee, concerning W. Haven '! Survivors include a aister, Church, officiated. Heath Fun
5CLC President Dr. Martin i this was the "quickest way to a Ranger battalion, two Infan expected to greet Mrs. Mock between-session meeting High Mrs. Pearl B. McAdams of Mi.: eral Chapel was in charge of

Luther King Jr. was scheduled I get OJ" on the concentrated I try battalions and a SpecIal I when she returns to Columbus with fiscal experts to ami; and two nieces and three arrangements.
f
to speak. orange juice containers. Forces unit. The Reds carried I either Friday or Saturday, discuss ways to finance a 'proposed Students Hold nephews

The Rev. C. T. Vivian, an official "Art work presently is being "The homecoming will I be $1.5 million program.Up Funeral services were held I MRS. FLOSSIE WILEY .
of the SCLC said "We [ "' when I decide this morning at the Heath Fu WINTER ,
done on a proposed label bear interruptedMrs. again arei a request Annual Prom HAVEN-Mrs. Flo*
have seen a certain militancy ing the symbol," he said, "and : f1fp", fldlf.rtMc Mock, indicating she'a in from the library board for a neral Chapel, with the Rev. ale Forila! (Melton) Wiley, 55,

that could lead toward violenceIn we anticipate using OJ 01 A''t.. n '" no( particular rush. $600 appropriation to be usedto Caxton Doggett, pastor of the 1 of 2299 Avenue G, NW died
cities where no nonviolent some of our fresh fruit contain.' "lm Just a housewife," she hire an assistant librarian WINTER HAVEN..Blue.Ha.waii" : First Methodist Church, off I yesterday at the Winter Haven

workshops have been held." ers next season. For the present the fight Into government lines said "I get tired of washing for the rest of the year; a was the theme of the prom elating Burial will be later Hospital after a long illness.

Nonviolence training will be we are moving our con even in daylight. dishes and ironing clothes. planning board recommendation and reception given by members She was a native of Pansev

Increased wherever possible, centrate to markets with the Of 400 paratroopers droppedinto I "Maybe I'll want to that floor space require of the Junior Class at Winter HIRAM S. EDWARDS Ala. and a resident of Polk

he said. "Nonviolence Is more symbol on one end of the retail-: the fight, 50 were casualties of the house again and take get out' ments be upgraded by at least Haven High School honoring Hiram S. Edwards, 73, died I County since 1927 She movedto
than simply not back." because of adverse another members of the unexpectedy yesterday at his i Winter Haven
hitting sized cans. winds. A flight But this time with 20 per cent in all zones; graduating from Lake Alfred
Opportunity Missed Communist ambush knocked 50 I my /husband in a bigger plane second reading of'city ordinance class. He home at 850 Hollingsworth Road in 1928. Mrs. Wiley attended
was a native of
France Won'tLeave Goff told Hooks that the Flor I other men out of a Special I "And, about this trip I'm going 386 pertaining to The theme was a closely moved to Lakeland Illinois who the Trinity Methodist

ida citrus industry was missing Forces unit to write a book-"How to beauty shops as home occupations guarded secret prior to the social ago from Benton eight years I Church.

SEATO an excellent opportunity to ben:I. Americas advisers reported I Fly Around the World and See consideration of request event and Miss Suzanne He was a retired Harbor salesman, Mich She is survived by her husband

efit from Commission advertising Monday that Communist units I Nothing," said Mrs. Mock from Welfare Councilfor Fazzari served as general chair. Gulf Oil forthe Charles Norman Wiley; a
: of land to the man for the event. Refining Co., and a i daughter, Mrs. Wylene Carroll,
Says Rusk material featuring the OJ. apparently were trapped withina I "She just may do that," said reversion member of the First Methodist
symbol. triangle of government forces her husband city The auditorium at Nora Mayo I Church. I Winter Haven; a son, Robert L.
1
TAIPEI "The Commission Is spending The Reds, however, fought their Bids are up for award on Hall was transformed into a I Survivors Include Wiley, Jacksonville; a sister,
Formosa (AP-Sec-! his widow
of State Dean a lot of money to advertise i way out, cutting through a Vietnamese painting and repair of water South Pacific paradise by theuse i Mrs. Lillian K. Edwards Mrs. Lilla Carter, Auburndale;
retary Rusk said '
today he doesn't think France, Florida orange juice and to promote infantry battalion and Absentee Ballot tanks. of exotic flowers, graceful I Hiram S. Edwards ;Jiof a son I three brothers, E. C Melton, .
Leesburg Mr. L. C. Melton
the OJ. inflicting heavy losses. palm tropical foliage and anum. ,
will of symbol, and the i Charleston, W. Vat sister
pull out the Southeast a
,
Bartow and W S. Melton
processors of orange juice products her of beach scenes. The focal I Mrs. Alfred Fidler Winter
Asia ApplicationsBeing II of Aurora.
Treaty Organization
even Dade Man Gets Haven
; a step-sister, Mrs.L. .
though It refused to join the al should take advantage of point was a huge Polynesian god I Ill; a niece; and three grand
the Encircled fruits and I C. Clemmons, two step
liance's situation Certainly if the CanddatesCrfical I by native children.
endorsement of the anti- Accepted brothers, J. H. Hall and Alan
Communist housewife is going to go Into One-Year Term flowers. The stage was decorated Funeral services will be Saturday .
war in South VietNam Hall, all of Jacksonville six
the retail stores looking for that BARTOW-Applications for I with a grass hut amid palm I I morning at 10:30 o'clockat ;

Arriving here after a three symbol, then Adams intends to I absentee ballots for the May: trees in, the foreground and a I the chapel of the First Meth grandchildren Services will be held at 10

day SEATO ministerial conference give her something to find it 5 primary now are being ac For Escaping towering volcano enveloped ina I odist Church, with the Rev. Cax o'clock Saturday
at the
on, Goff said cepted at the cloudy vapor rising from a I ton Doggett. pastor, morning
Of voter
in Manila, Rusk said the Bryant registra 1 offlClatina.1 Ott-Laughhn Funeral 1
organization must be preparedto He also said that the OJ tion office here Supervisor of BARTOW A Dade County :red glowing center surroundedby I Burial will be in Oak Burial I with the Rev. Ben Blackburn Chapel

act If program represented a firsi Registration Blanche Work announced man, Donald Lee Bourland, yesterday I grits and tropical plants. !Park. Friends may call tomor of
to pastor Methodist officiating
Trinity
necessary keep in ty, told the Sanford Women's ,row night from
step obtaining a much-needec yesterday. was given a one-year Highlighting the event was the 1 5 until 9 o'clock
South Viet Nam from falling to He will be assistedby
Identity for Florida citrus and Republican Club that Democratic of the Senior Notables at the Heath Funeral
the Reds. Mrs. Work said applicationswill sentence on an escape charge, 1 naming Chapel. the Rev Charles Kinder
"France has obligations under citrus products; administrations have run the be accepted until 5pm. stemming from his departure'each of whom received a sterling I pastor of First Methodist Churchof
"We have felt for years that 30. last silver charm when LAWSON G. HARPER
SEATO on April Applications must from a work crew August presented Clermont. Burial will be
Rusk told in
There Is I newsmen. there was a need for some formof be on a form which is avail 26.i by a page.Notable Lawson G. Harper, 75, of Lakeside Memorial Park.
no Indication that identification of Florida citrus RBDIIstate able of his honors went to- 1133 Ruby St. died
France itself wishes to with- only at the registration i At the time escape, : Mary yesterday Friends may call 7 to ) o'clock
draw regardless of where it Is office, but will be mailed to Bourland was serving a six. Friesner and Norris Elswick, at Lakeland General Hospital tonight and
from those eaty obligatiOns marketed. The O.J. symbol does those persons who request month-to-25-year sentence dealt I nest looking: Joy Blaze andDean I after a brief Illness. He was a tomorrow night.

not represent complete fulfill "to near bankruptcy during them out in the Dade courts on a I Delk, most popular; Elaine native of Sodus, N. Y., and I
"f I think that the differences ment of this need, because it is I a period of and came here 12 FREDERICK WHITING
prosperity ; Mrs. Work said the following robbery charge, and CriminalCourt Patteron and Ross McVicker, years ago from
or: view which came up at limited to orange juice only butt now the voters are being promised I. persons are eligible for Judge Rpy H. Amidon set I wittiest; Jan Kennedy and David 'Suffern, N. V. Mr Harper wasa ; AUBURNDALE Frederick

Manila does not go to the question certainly is a step in that di-I' more of the same" absentee ballots: persons who I the new sentence to run concurrently I Fisher, friendliest, Anne Field I retired teacher of art and a I H. Whiting, 68, of 210 Green St.,

of one or another member rection. There has to be i a : I will be absent from the county: with the first. and Jere Baxter, cutest, Barbara member of Trinity Methodist I ,died in Haines City Tuesday

withdrawing from SEATO. starting point In achieving this I 7TH 'FOR REAL during the entire time the I Jones and Bobby Downs Church. 'afternoon He was a native of

French Foreign Minister end, and we feel it is much lOS ANGELES (AP"Thisis polls will be open; persons CITRUS SHIPMENTS I IInY"J most athletic, Rosalind Hen: He is survived by his widow, Boston, Mass., and came to Au

Couve de Murville told the better to accept this symbol ando for real," Woolworth heiress' who are so physically disabled II I drickson and Chad Goff, most intellectual Mrs. Mjrlene Harper; one son, burndale in 1958 from Meredith,

SEATO meeting issuance of the support It than to wait around Barbara Hutton told newsmen I that they are unable to attend : :" Navine ,Api-.eiW ci lr,', I IibolN. ; Suzy Hays and I Roger H. Harper, Pompano N.H. 'He was a draftsman for

declaration was unwise and that for' a good many more years She was commenting on her the polls on election day; and sursu 10 0 rn rena'S isRiI I Charles: Dry, most likely to succeed Beach; one daughter Mrs the John F. Cardin Const. Co.

France would abstain. The for' something else that mayor marriage April 7 to Asian persons who will be unable to ,, ,, ...., OrnUTOI .? I ; Pam Carnes and Bob Holl- Clarence Leege, Lyons Ga., and i of Haines City. He was a member -
seven other SEATO members may not be any more effec Prince Raymond Doan VEnt attend the polls because of : .;:::";:;: 33.265 mA: best all around 10 grandchildren. of the Methodist Church and

joined In the declaration. I-tive." _-_ -_ ____ .The_marriage".,was her s.venth. the_ tenets of their religion_ C orrrii Tott ,. ,, ,,'._' '49 37.let 733_ _3M ltII I meyer The word--- -"linoleum" was tomorrow Funeral services at the will Dukes-Steen be held I Meredith Survivors Masonic include Lodge.his widow


coined by the British Inventorof Funeral Home with the Rev Mrs. Georgie F. Whiting; a son,

the. well known floor cover R. C. Joyner officiating Burial i F. H. Whiting Jr., N.Y.; five
tog will be in the Oak Hill Burial I daughters, Mrs. Frank Hawkes

Park. Friends may call this East blip, N.!., Mrs. Shirley

CATTLE AUCTIONS afternoon from 4 to 8 o'clock at I Santa Maria, Scotia, N.Y., Mrs.
Dukes-Steen. The family re Cliff McKinney, and Mrs. Frank

modern department JACKRONVIU fAct lIPid, ,. quests that, In lieu of flowers, Perreault both of Silver Lake,

County has waited V.er Ion mSkrt'pi.I '* wVclnfudtr >nut.ii l Arcidl. donations be made to the Trinity N.H. and Mrs. Eleanor Bow-
Kiolmmn .nd Ui. Oik RfOlpu SI'I Methodist Church. man N.Y.; 22 grandchildren.
uiwteU I.400 c.mpo,'". I.350 "..k
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*l.u.h Own ft< IIT 1410.17 SBII RITES FOR MRS. on Saturday under
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V.ol'| "> ond US 5&0 Ik It.00-It 00 'nxl.rd. 23 OO.J MI ., Grace Mae Fitzsimmons, of 739 Home was in charge of local

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00Co"" "nlltel' Oood 210.100 lbs at graveside in Lakeland Memorial
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I LAKELAND LEDGER Thursday April II, 1M4 7 I
WASHINGTON

REPORT I Technologists Meet Tomorrow I

I Sfof//n May HitWorld's -
WINTER HAVEN-Robert D. members. Copies of these

Olsen of the technical service papers will be distributed at the

FairBy department, Charles Pfizer Co, meeting to those desiring them.

Brooklyn, N.Y., will speak on'
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FULTON LEWIS JR. lected by a San Franciscofirm Sparing Action, at a meetingof : SHOPWARNOCK'S

WASHINGTON-"We do not that reportedly received the Florida Section of the
see why people should enjoy
themselves when Negroes are $1 for each name. The necessary Institute of Food Technologists

suffering all over the countrY signatures were filed at ji tr tomorrow. I

." the last minute-April -with The Section will meet for a For lokeland's Best

The words_. California's county clerks. dinner meeting here at the Haven .
are those of BY CONTRAST unpaidbackers 1 : FURNITUREBUYS
Oliver Leeds, I 0 f Senator to Hotel, preceded by a social
Brooklyn Integration Barry hour starting at 8 o'clock.
Goldwater obtained enough I
leader Olsen will present recent test I EVERY NITE
who has map \a 4 { signatures in a single hour on .
results involving the replace- j
ped a bizarre the first day (March 3) to git ,
their the men of significant percentagesof : 9
protest thatthreatens man on ballot. Be- I
to cause his petitions were vali sugar with minute quantitiesof I TILL P.M.

disrupt opening dated first, Goldwater' name maltol. t MONDAY THRU FRIDAY I

day ceremenies ? wilt appear on the ballot's top Florida Section Chairman 0 302 I. Memorial Blvd

at the New sw line ,r+ i R. McDuff has announced the and K,. Ar*. .
York World'sFair Former Senator William 1
April 22. LEWIS Knowland, who is running the ..1. availability of two technical MU.-2 _4

Leeds does not charge the Goldwater campaign in California papers previously presented.. to.. ._ __u._ __ -
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Fair with bias. Nor do other predicts his man will DESIGN FOR DAG HAMMARSKJOLD This It the pr*. fund drive was launched In New York fa rail the $500,000 ar I ------ --- "

CORE (Congress of Racial trounce Rockefeller by half a peied Malign for a curved ,....trl.. bridge ever New Yerk'i Fine mere I* evild. the memerial' Hemmartkjold we killed In e plan

Equality) leaders who plan a million votes. A.enu. I"I front of .... Unite! Notioni luildinf *| a memorial to creik while an I U.N. minion In Northern Rhedeua. AP Wi...
massive stall-in in which at He further predicts convention the I... United Notioni Secrerery-Genarel I Deg Hemmertki1! A ,h...) I
least 500 cars will run out of
victory the first
on or second
trr
gas on parkways leading to ballot at San Francisco. I Is ly-CaugM ROGERS OPENS OFFICE I uo

the Fair. He noted a recent poll that Med SchoolsHit Escapee Quic Ham p Rogers, Democratic HARDWARE
The Leeds philosophy Is shows the Arizona solon to be I
similar to that voiced by a Detroit the top-heavy favorite of GOP New MIAMI (AP) Freedom froma man, he was serving a life termon candidate: for sheriff, has openeda

Integration leader last county chairmen in the 50 By Broward County prison camp a 1955 conviction for first degree -- Lakeland headquarters at 120S.

year: "I think white society states. was short lived for convicted murder Missouri Ave.

owes the Negro something.If "These are the people who GP PresidentATLANTIC murderer Theodore W 1 It I 11 I a m Hours will be 9 a.m. to S p.m. ." t THIS
FIRST TIME
we can't get what the whites play a big In selection of ''
part Darcy. 32. Theodore Roosevelt's trip to Monday through Saturday It
have I think we should en CITY, NJ. (AP
delegates, and In the nomina )
the I Two agents of the Florida DIvision Panama In 1906 was the first was announced.
joy psychological satisfaction tion process at the convention -The new president of the '
time a president of the United
of Corrections
recaptured
of" destroying what they ," Knowland said. Of the American Academy of General States had ever left' the coun.try' COMBINATION
have. Darcy Wednesday only a few -
nearly 2,000 chairmen
polled
main boundaries
Practice criticized medical during .
The national leadership of Goldwater received 878 votes; blocks from the Miami home of his term of office.
CORE has rebuked the Brook Nixon 383; Lodge, 244; and schools Wednesday, saying I his mother within hours of his GUN
lyn militants for their threatened Scranton, 164. many of them "do not know Enough ice Greenlandto
escape from the honor camp, covers
the stall-in and have suspended Bringing up the rear witha how to produce a general prac- He was returned to the camp envelop the entire world in a STATE ATTORN6Y'heartburn
Brooklyn chapter. total of 37 titioner." frozen sheath 17 feet thick. I 'I
grand votes were Ir1. eN. AIv. eY CtlrGl. 11
BUT LEEDS and his col. northwest of Fort Lauderdale,
Messrs. Rockefeller, Romney, "Students coming out of the
leagues claim support from from which he had fled with '
a BIG
Morton, et al. Seventeen chairmen medical schools have not been
Negro leaders up and down had no preference. taught basic medical knowl- stolen car and a .38 caliber pis
the eastern seaboard CORE ?
_..- edge," said Dr Julius Michael- tol. SAVINGS
branches in the Bronx, Man
RARE HOLIDAY son of Foley, Ala. in an inter-
hattan, and Long Island announced Camp Capt. J, W. Past said
their support of the National Day, a holiday rarely view. "Too many of the schools Darcy had been-a model prison IHIAVY'JIF
are preoccupied with specialization fOR tJIAyiElt
scheme. celebrated In the United er. A former Coast Guard sea,
States any longer, falls on April and research work.
Washington integration I II t shave
backed the plan. Stanley 30. George Washington was inaugurated I 'the boy. coming out of the Step It right away with TUMS antacid ONLY
Branch of Chester, Pa, head as first president of schools have very little practi HAVE A PAINT PRO'LIMP tebleU Today good hollers TUMS are lf-l '
_
fortified apeed toothing, Men potency ( .
of the militant Committee for the nation on April 30, 1789. cal knowledge. C.IILAKELAND relief neutralize ail *>ce.. acid i -. 58
Freedom Now, has offered Dr. Michaelson will be In- GLIDDEN ral.... you tram the grip, of an ocid Irrl. | . .

aid. So has Gloria Richardson, A teak tree must grow for;stalled as president of the academy PAINT CENTER tatad the tpot.atomach-eompietely Wouldn you II UK* that, santly, on 1 roll pack.ioo. O.PRI11,51'Ct

dynamic leader of Cambridge more than a century before itcan tonight, succeeding Dr. Al- III I. rl-Ide, an.. "h. ue..1117I Quickly tttictivi, high peNncy.111.1r
Md., Negroes. be harvested bert E Ripp of St. Paul, Minn..L I I ... r N II.M. 110 ".M. a Savo

Both Branch and'Mrs. Rich

ardson have reportedly offer

ed 200 cars for the demonstration. 2 BAY ..,

They may be stalled on
the New Jersey and Pennsylvania TV ANTENNA

turnpikes to wreak haw .
oc in states bordering New

York. 43 ..
The Brooklyn chapter claims .
that as many as 2,000 cars -
will participate. The resulting
traffic jam may be the worstin

city history, according to
11.00 Valve
New York Traffic Commissioner -
Henry Barnes.

More than one million persons .

including the President, AllChannel
are expected at the Fair's

opening day ceremonies.
NEW YORK Police Commissioner

Michael Murphy has an-
nounced that drastic action
will be taken against those Heavy Duty O19
participating in the stall-in 10' most tecr'ns ea.

Earlier this year Murphy assailed
another New York

CORE leader. a power-hun I
gry demagogue who sought to
create chaos for his own selfish -
ends.
The New York Communist
Party Immediately demandedthat !r y '

Murphy, a highly-respect / ..r
ed police veteran, be fired
Mayor Robert Wagner tossed IJIaet

the party'1 protest In the circular d'
file. rmr REDWOOD
a e

It took highly.paid agents of PICNIC TABLEAU

Nelson Rockefeller a full I &
month to locate enough (13- 2x4
BENCH SET
702) California Republicanswho CONSTRUCTIONHIGHEST
would sign petitions to t
get the New York Governoron QUALITY 5-Fr. 1888UNASSEMBLED

the state's June 2 primary Long
ballot.
The signatures were col-

ADVII"TIIIIMIINT. : '
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WHOM IT SEAT roNOFRV F
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You ere hereby notified that the Wicker
follnwlnt m..(or vchlilo. I
Hal Ford O&l 4Dr *C'A101 T I New Ford 144
will b. told .t public ml at in'M Mustang$2368This f.o.b.Detroit. 4'q. 1
clock' en th. 4 day of May, foe/
at Bill Frenrh (S Sullen, taut
both Btrwt, Tampa. Florida; La" Small
or
The prweede of his aal will W
coil applied of retaklnr.te eh* paymeit etorln and of sob the l ( we're not fooling!) ..+Adi.., Pads to Fit

of old motor .hld.I and tha rnaift
publication ef notlre of Ml.. and I2368: f.o.b. Detroit is the luggetted retail a :2/ automatic courtesy light
tren te the aatlafactlon of the 'w This. i* the car you never expected
Balance lu* under In. eontrad price for a completely prd aundardMuitinc a Floor.mounted 3 ipeed thift '
with Daniel gt.' Tampa M. Randolph: Leon CourionRU SIMafuata ( =;E. from Detroit. Mustang U 10 distinctively Hardtop (above) This price 12368 r. .be Detroit tlto include these ORTHO))
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I, Box '11. Lekeland.. Hor'dacovering r beautiful it has received the tncludriluxury feature either not availableor fcattirri u nandjrd equipment
th. financing of Mid motor available only at extra, cent in most other 6000.mile service 3K 141lM
venlcl Any aurplua will ha paid Tiffany Award for Excellence: in lah.ofan: 'wice'l.year (or ) f; ,.
stliedule'
and will remain liable
1e you you T
for any balance remaining unp.ld American Design, the first automobile ever to be Deep foam. bucket teal Wrap.around front bumper<< with
under aald contract Padded instrument panel and ba bimperguardofront
A880TIATFH niSCOUNTCORPORATION. honored & Co. Mustang brings e Full wheel
so by Tiffany : you co..rn. Curved tide glau Front um rests

Collection Br: L. <*. Wheeler Manager Jr., the look, the fire and the flavor of the great European Color>,lor keyed keyed all wall',vinyl.to-wall interiorCx carpeting. *a Parallel(un Action Ie.. ordered windshield wipers) -- err

J1 lkeuuid*. Kentucky, Florida., road cars. Yet Mustang is as American as its 12368 f.o.b. Detroit alia includes/ Ihete Safety.Yoke door latches ORTNO ,

r-aaa name-as practical as its price. And just look at feature often tooting extra in other an: Front teat belt (unleu ordered without) QI All NI.eTP
IN THS CIRCUIT COU 1T. e Sports steering wheel a Self adjutling brakes
TINTH YOLK COUNTY JUDICIAL, FLORIDA CIRCUIT, all the wonderful features the price includes: Cigarette lighter ..Glove box light 170-cu.ln. cylinder engine '

IN CHANCSRY
Cots Ne. $OO Oackat SI.Page Suggottd retail prl<<; Deniinailoncharge tep.pa ,..
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Ne air from Detroit, opllona Hue .
JAMES J'JtAoiKW-l BUTT!!. and (oral 1 la>., ind fen If any, art Lj
.. 1'1.lnllft. extra \\hilt udrwilli 13190 eitra
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AGNES EDNA BUTTS, Tot 'n Lot :
Defendant FOR AN AimirNTic E MODEL
Notice Of Suit ... ----. of the new toed Mutlins. tend HMO lMmiana 6)' Chlordanc PLASTIC COATED .;
THE HTATK OK FLORIDA TO' 05.,. IVpl. NI. P O BOB ISTroy I :
AONE8 EDVA BL'tT*. whww Midi (Oder endi July II, 196f) m Dust
lent known addreea la, Route I. I YARD FENCE
1.1 h.. Alabama TRY T2IAL PERFORMANCE_ ( it _._o.z I
Tou are hereby notllled that a FOR A CIUNCEI I Kills anH, (ratineppen ;
ault for di tort. II.. been f led and other peakyIniectt. 36"x50 Ft.4MxSO ft. :
...In.t you In the abo\e entltNd '
11.75 Value U.7S Value
eau,. and that you are herebr
required to eerve a, ropy of youranawer FORD 5 'Ibs. Reg. 79c
or othr written def o i -*
anon WALTER W MA.NLKY. -. <
a attorney, wee ee adrtr. $888 $1188 '

Relntlft on or Box before 254, the.. ;.4th Iand.day FlorIda of 101......,......,.....'eri.n-lerbW 38

tier AD.. loll and before or Immediately i
thereafter ta file with You can make the trip to trhool or the lupermirket t You ran make your new Ford Mature an stoat luxury car to You tan have the ultimate. In action
the Clerk of th. above etyled Court Mustang was lot more fun when you add convenience oplumi lie lull your tpedal lane for elegance, with throe !luxury option: by detigning, your own hot.blooded r
.the aid erlflnal written defenaee.of said If anawer.n,. or I designed to three 10 your standard Mullintr: FuIl.Im"lh lvmnle .Timed glare porn louring machine with Ihete
If you fall to do eo, decree pro 260.u. in. V.5 Rackilplighta between bootanu "I"y'.conrrd' hardtop netting Mutlang performanciopiiona ,
I confeuo *UI be entered aaalnit be designed speed Cruise-0-Muk Delu..eat belts rroM I Peddrd OUR rkon roof ,
you for the relief demanded In Ira 100 and rear :stets, 1 In' V 1 ..
tI'. Complaint by youl Po=:sieerin1 OuuWs rearview minor Roder p.nrl molding' Accent paint Itrlpe e iperd manual Irinimlmiona
1**WITNEa'l of om,.my. at band Bartow and ,official Polk' Power basket I 2..perd elldrlC wipers Deluxe wheel coven with Convertible wflh( pow,,_ Rally Pac (tachometer and il'xl)
Cnunty, rinrlda, this 10th day of While 1"lewal1llr" and washers simulated knlloll bum operated top and vinyl 14-Inch' wheels end toe
Merck, .LJ). l>U'H. Puah-hutton rods .Tinted .Ind.hlr'd' Air.ndnloner 1Oft""U cover Heavy-duty battery a
flUlAN .Tft -

(SEAL) By Lu Clark,-dl.Clr'ult Ha.tln.a Court ILL THE MUSTANG: AND RIDE WALT DISNEY I MAGIC SlYWAY AT THE sa::: FORD MOTOR COMPANY WONDER ROTUNDA: NEW YORK WORLDS FAIR STORES BRADENTON'LAKELAND'WIKTERHAYEN ,

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Meet or WILL BeatAll DOWNTOWN SOUTHGATE Triple $aving$ 1964 Presidential Sweepstakes


LOCAL PRICES ONPrescriptions

PLUS GIVE YOU As One Of Weirdest
S&H GREEN STAMPS Shaping Up

,..1 arlne In tht MM Rem the low, Law Pokes
tarot ...... In which the e* 0 By JAMES MARLOW 1 1. A woman without a chance ing if it needed proving tha t: since John F. Kennedy took his
toe tupeere anY en4 kwel.we current will' must rlee enn or DoubU $*H StompiFr Associated Press News Analyst Maine's Senator, Margaret a lot of Northern whites art I Senate scat away from him in

le>nt,ul Item rue, .e.. veil .. Dtlivsry WASHINGTON (APKIt's a Chase Smith-picks up speed just ss much segregationist ai I 1952-probably few Republicanscan
.. .
/ .. yOreen flamitl' r Southern whites remember where he standsor
l. p weirdy this but she's not
going
dt. t. rj j presidential elec. any place. what he thinks on anything.
.Jy Then in the Illinois primary
_. r lion year one of the weirdestIn 2. A prince of Southern Yet In the New Hampshire

; ; ,,' -, !iA N '<', ""' . .1>.*'-,,,,,,,,,..,,. w;... "" a long time. segregationists Alabama's on-where the ballot-more his name wasn't than 4,50 ever 0 I I primary, where his name was-
was"enAYIN In polls or presidential prlmsries Gov George C. Wallace-does wrote it In, him, not even on the ballot and voters
people giving
r F : surprisingly well In the North. more votes than RockefellerS ,, decided to write it in, he
Y OM I SPRINKLER 3. The men who talked and c ran ton, Michigan's Gov finished first over all other Republicans
If tried the hardest-New York's George Romney and HaroldStassen. i who are, or want to
...u...." FAT Gov. Nelson A. Rockefeller and be, considered for their party's
Arizona Sen. Barry Goldwater nomination.
Fomout Iveralitoicillotmg iprlnkler OVERWEIGHTAvailable finished behind the silent Sam Little Campaigning Done He came out ahead of Gold-

I'I'.TA. that will water to you without a doctor. type Henry Cabot Lodge Mrs Smith campaigned hardin I water, Rockefeller and Mrs.
,
".."U" real up to 1100 II Pr RINEX* rrlptlon You, our drm o>ll: d OD- who wasn't even there. the New Hampshire primary) Smith. Their names were on the
""' ..... moot lone ugly fat or
to ft. Ad"I'; your. money beck No etrenuounox Scranton Available last month and wound up down, ballot and they had campaigned
,
relee' Itutlvie, rnamiico or near the !bottom of the list with I hard around the state Nixon'sname
diet tHklnc. crmckrra of "called or rnoklee reducing. or chew.tae can-. And Pennsylvania's Gov. Wile only 2,120 votes In this week I was also written in. He
"i IIIf rum ODR1NEX: la a tiny tab liam Scranton-who could rock Illinois primary she said she'finished fourth, behind Lodge,
S3UU let and tartly swallowed When
himself to sleep with the
monotonous -
I I IW you take ODKINEX: you atlll enjoy spent only $85 on two campaign I Goldwater and Rockefeller but
your mrala. atlll eat the foods you insistence that he has no
ahead of Mrs Smith.
} appearances,
like. but you simply' don't have the presidential ambitions while admitting -
; urea for came In And Just recently in Oregon a
extra portions became But when the returns
Compare to 5.95 Values OURINKX d.pr..... your app*. he'd accept a "draft"Is their
tlte she had almost 200,000 votes. poll among Republicans on
and decr.a.ed your o>nlre for- still considered a likely Republican
food. Tour weight moot comedown Goldwater got180.000.. Their two, presidential preferences put
... ha c.u.a an your own doctor.. presidential prospect. names were the only ones on the Lodge far ahead of Nixon. Rock
% t you will welfb tell you less when Get you rid of eat u.Iff..... Yet there are probably not ballot. efeller, Goldwater and Mrs.
f' fat and live longer ODR1VKX 10 Republicans In 100 outside Smith.
.... f'ALUMINUM mote |3 eo and I. old on this Pennsylvania who have The Illinois write-in votersweren't
any (Nixon he's not
GUARANTEE seekingthe
; If not aatlaflcd for satisfied with Goldwateror says
TRELLISwe any recasts just return the pack idea what Scranton thinks on
::::: a. to your druiurlat and eel your issue or even what kind of Mrs. Smith. They wrote in presidential nomination but,
full money bark No quMllonnaaked any Lodge, giving him over 52,000votes I for a man who says he Isn't, he
Aluminum" trtllli with 'J ODRINGX: ll sold with thltuirantro >'governor he has been. and former Vice President i is doing a lot of talking and
iJ IcMaagILL1
I bulMi! 20" root feeder! :... DRUG MART Wallace went Into the Wisconsin Richard M. Nixon, giving has kept on talking about Amer.
7A. .M" IMS E, MAIN MAIL I
primary and captured 25 scan problems even when he
Over I foot high with ORDERS !"ILLID.Ad.. him over 24000.
;'O'", e yol... Never ...... .a'v. per cent of the total vote, prow But the real weirdy In all of went on an overseas trip.)
painting ..d will last, it is the popularity of Lodge The continuing popularity of
.. "RE-ELECT he is U.S. ambassador Lodge, who has never said he
who-because
.o.,......" \ I .
to Viet Nam under the i is a candidate, might be Inter.
'N29'9' : ,,. (SHELLEY ; o Johnson administration-hasn't preted as a, changing attitude in
' 1 said a word about what he American politics-that people
::; .. :.School( Superintendent thinks on domestic Issues. like politicians who keep their
Y ""'L
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'.M" And, because he hasn't held mouths shut
I COMPARE$I VALUESHAND TO .4' 'r.-t .. 't'' .. Ii I.-:::,: political office In 14 years- But that's an idea that can'tbe
& -.- ---- .. carried too far otherwisethe
--., men who wind up being the
...N Democratic and Republican
.TAY/N OPEN TILL 8:30 FRIDAY NITE
\ 1 candidates would have to go to
/HONE
VIBRATOR "COMPLETE OFFICE NEEDS" Europe and stay there duringthe

fJl Ij I WU6-71UJ presidential campaign.

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.MYM Our lines of office supplies, furniture Wo are proud of our Machine Service and gagged
Mary Gibson 21, said a man
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CAN OPENER Metal, Corry and Hoosier Desks Ccrry, average office machine lifo Is length her the received side with off hr the feet hook klckd and

I Cole and Stsslmaitsr Files These are onod. Call vt today for a file service dialed the operator with her toe.

i only a few trade names of every day contract estimate. Service Is also our The operator understood her
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Khrushchev Of LAKELAND LEDGER, Thursday April I'. 1M4 sWe've I
At 70 Still MaintainsFirm Ex-Pupils 1_


I Mt. Enon School !


Control Over Soviet UnionBy Will ConvenePLANT Moved. . 118 W. Lemon to St.


PRESTON GROVER CITY-The site of the I

MOSCOW (AP) Nlkita S. former Mount Enon grammar' LANIER

Khrushchev reaches his 70th school will be the gathering
birthday today still the dom.
UPSHAW INC.
place Sunday of all teacher
,
inant figure of the Soviet Union.
Problems at home and abroad and pupils of the school This''
Complete" 'Insurance Service'
besiege him but he acts as if will be the second annual gath TI f'

hardly a cloud troubles him in ib & erlng( of the group 200 being Phon. 686-2113
the approaching winter of his
present for last year The com
to Customer
life.Three + mlttee in charge expects an
Parking From
weeks before his birthday
even larger crowd this year. !
Missouri Avenue
he gaily boarded a train .
his wife Nina beside him to Joinin Teachers and pupils with.their _____ Entrance
an anniversary celebration of families are asked to bring well

a wartime victory In Budapestand filled baskets for the dinner i Visit Us In Our New Offices
to deal with/ the conflict which will be spread at noon.

with Communist China for world The afternoon will be spent via j'1..
party leadership iting i together
The China problem was blownto -- --

fever heat with the publication rI r-

of a reply drafted by Khru fa m, rP
shchev's ideological spokesman P ri I

Mikhail Suslov. This had been

held up six weeks while party
leaders decided whether to publish
it

Showdown ProposedIt

was largely a defensive
declaration but proposed clearly

Communist over much camp opposition a showdown in the We challenge you to break your fine-car buying habits

meeting of Communist partiesof
the world. This conflict with
China carries far more potential ::*.,,., '
dynamite both for Russia and

the world Communist movement
than the West faces In the '
KHRUSHCHEV AT 70 S.vi.r homier Nikifo Khruihchtv, who it 70 today, nodes hn

United peculiar States conflict and between De Gaulle'sFrance. the birrhdejy with ...P more ....,..... focinf hn ro.'imt, Hi. mart ranifit the .p*. break with

the Commumir al momlond China hot recently rocoivod kit p rtonol. rraniJon. .AP Wira-
photo) .r.wrlPmtAAat tttMt.dr .
Khrushchev has other trou.

bles such as agriculture the year the Chinese crisis has boiled over In October.November that would tax a much younger
nagging problem of Soviet treat. grown worse and the near.fall of 1962 He is
man going to Cairo to
ment of Jews and some unhappy ure of the wheat crop turned a The year 1962.63 saw the artists face the blazing heat of the
Armenians his own writers and glaring spotlight on the agricultural
and writers crisis that had deserts In May while be helps +r.w
painters, plus a labor slowdown. program he has managed
to be quieted by the sternest inaugurate the first stage of the
These discolor the picture he almost on a personal basis kind of orders-so stern that Aswan Dam. In June he tours

would like to paint for the world for 11 years i many artists and writers are the three Scandinavian countries ,dol
about the good life under communism Not in a number of years largely out of action or working Flt laa .

have more disagreeable personal under cover.Industrial .
There are more whisperingsof jokes circulated about him- production continues Long Rest Taken

discontent than there were by Russians not by foreigners. to grow but at a slowing i He looks after himself more

even a year ago. In the_j>asHedgehogs' Production sun Ahead pace. than: he did. He takes lone rests.
He likes Moscow when It is bit.
Sex Despite the criticism of his crisis.Hardest About to one bear million was the tons crop of ing cold. When it begins to get If you've lit your fine car become a habit our spacious car built in America today. It is also the

agricultural policies, Khrushchev wheat had to be bought part of slushy, he wants none of it. He new 1964 Imperial will convince you it's time for quietest car; 154 engineering refinements havea

Research TopicIn can always say-and he it from the overflowing bins of goes to the Black Sea in the late change. For here is a whole new idea o[ what a been made for this purpose alone. Enter the quiet

does say it-that production Is the American Middle West, winter and early spring fine car should be. It is obviously the most beauworld of Imperial today. Discover a totally new

Pest ControlLONDON ahead of 10 years ago. But Its which Khrushchev has so often I He has trimmed his diet and tiful luxury car you'll see this year. It is the most level of luxury in the fine-car field
not as far ahead as it oughtto ,said he would leave behind. has lost weight. Eight years ago

(AP) The be. Khrushchev's bright forecasts That has drained hundreds of he admitted he was having kid

Doubleday Association- appealed Henry It is have almost bounced Inpossible back to buy millions of dollars In gold and,ney trouble. He was a heavy fjlirl/lytI" XC/f IMP I E A L C$

today for help in determiningthe flour In Moscow a favored city. Foreign exchange out of Soviet drinking man in those\ days. RJ IJllr-@kfh yOIDAA
sex of hedgehogs. While Khrushchev Is older coffers which are not overloaded -[Now he nurses a glass of champagne -
The with money through a two-hour
association is a charitable than most of his associates he recep--
group which seeks nonchemlcaways Is still by far the most dynamic Calm Remarkable tion.He I I
to control pests It wantsto has seen a lot in his time,
governmental figure In the Soviet .
Foreign politicians and businessmen )
put 1.000 pairs of hedgehogsto from the coal mines to the high.
and
Union perhaps in the who have
control breed slugs.News In .walled gardens to world. He has been in power lately marvel at his calm.seen him est level summit of diplomatic conferences.exchangeat lie SEE THE INCOMPARABLE IMPERIAL fOR 19S4 AT YOUR NEAREST IMPERIAL SHOWROOM AII11iOfIIZr.oDIWMCtou.f nHAROLD'

or at the side of power, longer There are debates In the party the
than any living leader of a top- councils. The waving course of,came up tough way.
Of Record level nation. His rival for Communist agricultural and industrial policy The guess Is he won't fade
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boss
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Adell Wlleoa. ... Richard MUon Jrreplevin .. Soviet Union both governmentand haps acrid. j.

..". L. Humphrey ,.. Jemee O. RUm party. Yet Khrushchev conducts him.,,
Ju.' rr'J.IYW".P T*. Albert R. WalkjMilare Western diplomats often com self In public with the ease of h
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Mildred Smith,MoOrllt tupport'.. .:....n. Modrltf with as many successive worth in any enemy and no
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S&H PLUS GREEN GIVE STAMPS YOU Shaping Up As One Of Weirdest


just brine In the Mae from the Low, Low Prkts -
local Naar. In which the a* By JAMES- MARLOW- 1 1. A woman without a chance Ing if It needed proving, thata since John F Kennedy took his !
Mat"any' an local* we current will' m.t price on or Double SIN Stamps j'Associated Press New Analyst Maine's Senator, Margaret lot of Northern whites are Senate seat away from him in

Id.ntical.... .'lu. eiv. you WASHINGTON (APjIt'lweirdy Chase Smith :'just as much segregationist as 1952-probably few Republicanscan
Free a -picks
.. Delivery up peec
a ..// Jr .n tame.! Southern white. ; remember where he stands
I l.n
I this presidential elecJ but she's not going any place.
or what he thinks
on anything.
Then In the Illinois primary
lion of 2. A of Southern :
11' year one the weirdestin prince Yet In the New Hampshire
... his wasn't
fFlit-'a u.. ...... ... 002. a long time. segregationists Alabama's -where name even i
., ,
where his
,ft < '" """' .H""r""L""" on the ballot-more than 4,500 primary name waa'not ,
ORl :111M. In polls or presidential primaries Gov. George C Wallace-does people wrote it in, giving him even on the ballot and voters !.
RESTAURANT i r : surprisingly well in the North. more votes than Rockefeller: decided to write it in, he
- 3. The men who talked and Scranton Michigan' Cov. finished first over all other Republicans
i I SPECIALS '; SPRINKLERlist FAT tried the hardest-New York's George Romney; and Harold: who are, or want to .i
.TAMP. Gov. Nelson A. Rockefeller and Stassen. be, considered for their party's '
THURS FEATURE Arizona's Sen. Barry Goldwater nomination.He .
wI"" COUNTRY FRIED STEAK I Famous Evaroinoicillotinf sprinkler" OVERWEIGHTAvailable -finished behind the silent Sam Little Campaigning Done came out ahead of Gold-

that will water to you without a doctor' type Henry Cabot Lodge Mrs. Smith campaigned hardin water, Rockefeller and Mrs
-R..N TA4/r 2 100't I real up to 1800, II prMrrlptlon. You, our moat drug lore oiled ugly: rat ODR1NEX. or- who wasn't even there the New Hampshire primarylast Smith. Their names were on the
For iq. ft. Adjustable.Compare your money bark. No atrenuou Scranton Available month and wound up down ballot and they had campaignedhard
w.c"a I w QIV. tarcla., lanatlv.a' maaoaga or near the bqttom of the list with around the state Nixon's
I FRI fEATURE SAT. FEATURE \ dl.taking.. crack or .eo-called.. or rooklM reducing, or chew.etn-i And Pennsylvania's Gov. William only 2,120 votes. In this week's name was also written In. He
Inc gum ODRINEX la a tiny tab Scranton-who could rock she said she'finished
Illinois
primary fourth, behind ,
'::. :I Fillet of Blue Fish CHICKEN I ft 83UU .RIIN.rAMr let and aanlly swallowed Whon,himself to sleep with the monotonous Lodge
campaign
you take ODRI.VEX. you atlll enjoy spent only $83 on two Goldwater] and Rockefeller but
All you can .al. DUMPLINGS ': your mvali atlll: eat the fcxxia you insistence that he has no appearances.But ahead of Mrs. Smith.
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you atmplr don't have the presidential ambitions while ad.
ores for actra porllone bacaue.,emitting when the returns came In And just recently In Oregon a
\W 89 79f. ,;, to 5.95 Values 1I"va ODRINEX and decraaeee depreaaea your your dealre apiwlite fortoed. still he'd considered accept a a likely"draft"Is Republican she had almost 200,000 votes. poll among Republicans on their
Tour 1 Their two presidential preferences
weight must coma Goldwater got 480000. put
down, becaueo an your own doctorwill presidential prospect. the Lodge far ahead of Nixon, Rock.
names were the only ones on
toll you whrn you out l I.>n
GVIoi Yet there
w you weigh leaa Oet rid of exrnn are probably not ballot. efeller, Goldwater and Mrs.
iI tat and live longer, ODRINKXn 10 Republicans In 100 outSide Smith.
oi f n |3 00 and la told on thin The Illinois write-In voters
CHAIR ; ALUMINUMTRELLIS /TAMP..N OUARANTEE If not aatlaflfd for Pennsylvania who have any weren't satisfied with Goldwateror (Nixon says he's not seekingthe
LAWN I
nun any to raaaon your juiit drunlat return and the get pack.your idea issue what or Scranton even what thinks kind on of Mrs. Smith. They wrote In presidential nomination but,
: full money bark. No queellonnasked any Lodge, giving him over 52,000 for a man who says he Isn't he
Made ef 1" Revar elumlnum Aluminum trellis; ODRINKX la .old with thligunrnnlro governor he has been.
ml with Vice Presi is doing a lot of talking, and
and former
0. i votes
t : bysMIRHILL'S
and : ;
tubing sturdyvaried built-in 20" root feeder! Wallace
; went Into the Wisconsin has about Amer.
RAM.LRI\N I al.r webbing. DRUG' MART' I dent Richard M. Nixon, giving kept on talking
t\\ 1 114J C. MAIN MAIL primary and captured 25
Feldi far h [, Over S foot high with OROEKS' frILLID.AdY.. .him over 24000. ican problems even when he
: storing
wec\ t- fijii strand easy webbing. i w.I... Never needs 2 per- cent-of the total vote nrov- But the real weirdy In all of went on an overseas trip.)
I \ painting' and will last 4 . it Is the popularity of Lodge The continuing popularity of
Ideal for home" parades .id last, and last. m' .
nAMr o s..N camping" beach, picnics' RE-ELECT who-because he Is U.S. ambassador Lodge, who has never said he
LA and etc. : to Viet Nam under the is a candidate, might be inter.
:: ;SH.ELlEY'BOONS: : Johnson administrationhasn'tsaid preted as al,changing attitude in
I 2"COMARE eJ word about what he American politics-that people
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.2 V .TAMS And, because he hasn't held mouths shut.
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: LAKELAND LEDGER Thursday April If, INIWe've t
Khrushchev Of
I At 70 Still MaintainsFirm Ex-Pupils {-.

Mt. Enon School I


Control Over Soviet Union i I Will ConvenePLANT Moved. . 118 W. to

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By PRESTON GROVER CITY-The cite of the I r

MOSCOW (AP) Ntkita S former Mount Enon grammar LANIER

Khrushchev reaches his 70it school will be the gathering:
birthday today still the dom UPSHAW INC.
place Sunday of aU teachers
inant figure of the Soviet Union, ,
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Problems at home and abroad and pupils of the school. This Complete Insurance Stnkt

besiege him but he acts as il will be the second annual gath. Y' er

hardly a cloud: troubles him in erlng of the group 200 being y1 Phone6862113

life the approaching winter of hit present for last year The committee ., Customer

In charge expects an
i: Parking From
Three weeks before his birthday t
crowd this!
even larger year. i i Missouri Avenue
he gaily boarded a train
) .-
his wife Nina beside him to n"b Teachers and pupils with their; Entrance.

in an anniversary celebration of families are asked to bring well

a wartime victory In Budapestand filled baskets for the dinner) Visit Us In Our New Offices
to deal with the conflict which will be spread at noon.

with Communist China for world The afternoon will be spent visitmg ,

party leadership 4. $ r !! together. __ "
The China problem was blownto ,
fever heat with the publication ,

of a reply drafted by Khrushchev u s.
'
i ideological spokesman
Mikhail Suslov. This had been t.
held up six weeks while party a v4 s 1
leaden decided whether to publish
it

Showdown ProposedIt
K
was largely a defensive \ .
declaration but proposed clearly .

Communist over much camp opposition, a showdown in the We challenge you to break your fine-car buying habits

meeting of Communist partiesof
the world. This conflict with

China carries far more potential ..t Kt -_ ....,.."-. i
dynamite, both for Russia and

the world Communist move ,

ment than the West faces in the KHRUSHCHEV AT 70 Soviet Premier Nihite Khruihchev, who I.I 70 today, ruche hi in

United peculiar States conflict and between De Gaulle'the birthday With .>*r mere praklim, fociog hn rafim. His molt ,ritln| the open brook with I
France s the Communist ef momlond Chine hat recintly "e.I"." his pnonal' orrtntioa. ,AP WI..
photo)
Khrushchev has other troubles .
such as agriculture the year the Chinese crisis has boiled over In October.November that would tax a much younger w

nagging problem of Soviet treatment grown worse and the near.failure of 1962. man He I Is going to Cairo to

of Jews and some unhappy; of the wheat crop turned a The year 1962-63 saw the art- face the blazing heat of the
Armenians his own writers and glaring spotlight on the agricultural -ists and writers crisis that had deserts in May while be helps

painters plus a labor slowdown program he has man to be quieted by the sternest inaugurate the first stage of the
These discolor the picture he aged almost on a personal basis kind of orders-so stern that Aswan Dam. In June he tours

would like to paint for the world for 11 years many artists and writers are the three Scandinavian countries r tJ
about the good life under com Not in a number of years largely out of action, or working vl

rnunism have more disagreeable personal under cover.Industrial I
There are more whisperingsof jokes circulated about him- production continues Long Rests Taken

discontent than there were by Russians, not by foreigners to grow but at a slowing I He looks after himself more
In the than he did. He takes long rests.
evens.. year ago pasHedgehogs' Production Still Ahead pace
He likes Moscow when it Is bit-
Despite the criticism of his I crisis Hardest About to one bear million was the tons crop of ing cold. When it begins to get If you've let your fine car become a habit our spacious car built in America today It is also the

Sex agricultural policies. Khru, wheat had to be bought part of slushy, he wants none of It. He new 1964 Imperial will convince you it's time for quietest car, 154 engineering refinements havea

Research shchev can always say-and he it from the overflowing bins of goes to the Black Sea In the late change. For here is a whole new idea of what a been made for this purpose alone. Enter the quiet

TopicIn does say it-that production is the American Middle West winter and early spring.He fine car should be. It is obviously the most beautiful world of Imperial today. Discover a totally new

Pest ControlLONDON ahead of 10 years ago. But its which Khrushchev has 10 often has trimmed his diet and luxury car you'll see this year. It is the most level of luxury in the fine-car field
not as far ahead as it oughtto said he would leave behind. has lost weight Eight years ago

be. Khrushchev's bright fore-,That has drained hundreds of he admitted he was having kid
Doubleday Association(AP) The Henry casts have bounced back. millions of dollars in gold and ney trouble. He was a heavy jjJ;
appealed I f E A LC
It is almost (
inpossible to buy 1trr"t.mIMP
today sex for of help hedgehogs.in determiningthe I flour In Moscow a favored city. 'coffers foreign, exchange which are out not of overloaded Soviet- drinking Now he nurses man a in glass t lose of champagne days. RJ l W'N'///C{

While ,
Khrushchev Is older
The association Is a charitable with money, through a two-hour recep
than
most of his associates he '
I
group which seeks nonchemica Is still by far the most dynamic Calm Remarkable tion.He caoAA
ways to control pests It wantsto governmental figure in the Soviet has seen a lot in his time,
Foreign politicians and businessmen
1,000 of from the coal mines to the
put pairs hedgehogsto high-
Union and perhaps In the who have seen him
breed in walled gardens to world. He has been in power lately marvel at his calm est at level summit of diplomatic exchange SEE THE INCOMPARABLE IMPERIAL FOR 19S4 AT YOUR NEAREST IMPERIAL SHOWROOM AirnwmzioDIAUMCbSHSooSSSS
control slugsNews conferences. He
or at the side of power longer There are debates in the party came the
han any living leader of a top- councils. The waving course of up tough way.
Of RecordCIRCUIT level nation. His rival for Communist agricultural and industrial polIcy The guess is he won't fade Florida Fla.
HAROLD FUSSELL INC. 411 N. Ave.-Lakeland
influence, Mao Tze-tung. has demonstrated the pull away. fJo one can say whetherhe ,
COURT has shucked off most of hit governmental ing and hauling first of one fac- will die quietly in bed or inthe

nit Din...' Club emb, Inc Pdd, Te Kdwln: C. duties. Since 1957, tion, then another. Reports heat .of political battle.
kuder McDowell Puli elvu 8al"*ex-lion Oo Te damaiee Oraver. OeVw'aV Khrushchev has been pretty trickle out that the debate over
T":I, oUOn dlunMM *p ". much the undisputed boss in the China has been difficult perhaps -I .
Ade'lf, wilaoa0**. Richard BlUon: Jr.. Soviet Union both governmentand acrid.
replevin
Urra L. Humphrey (.. J.mn 0, Rum. party. I Yet Khrushchev conducts him.
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juamta PIl" M alrmrre Walker tt. Albert ft, Walk Western diplomats often com self in public with the ease 01

a"a<>a1"Ramrth v* Bddl Warm ment that any Western executive a man who acknowledged no 3" RECTANGULAR
Mildred Smith.MuOrlff child auuoort'*. Eiuen: WoOrllt with as many successive worth in any enemy and no .
A.II1 crises would surely be shakenout challenge to his own power On .
Churehwell Cecil OMcal
Cnurobwell .i. rt of his Job. In addition to the any stage others seem colorless '
\ Pa White rlcia, Ann child sWSW BUPPort.: ra. Edter tee China crisis, there Is the Cuba beside him. I (23-Inch ove"ll d it. tub mess 274 iq In.picture viewing ire)

I Alice Rodfern .., Leon. Redlero. MpaKant affair of the rockets which He has mapped out a program
r.G matntenenr. '
I Ruth Brown m. Bum John -- ,
Hacel oar Oulno Brown' .dlvoro John'Qnliu .Iroroe. I 5
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LaaeeUr dlvore. 50 Ibs. COW 1.95
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Paul D. 1: ai tI1f 1YerettGordon A
Manaret Moore et n>.,.reform. Oeori deed Moor itKlnm'arLewlanaNaUiaSiel ., 50 Ibs. SHEEP 1.95 from

Uwla child 50 Ibs. BED MIX 2.60 whet Makes Your

tiochlordrd,ul.pers.N 8nd,.... Jr.. el in .n*Helen u>- cancel Bn *dlecutm ) 50 Ibs. 100% Water Bill Smell 3 I 11111 jJ fi I I Iat f
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a.tb. M Riihtrdeonfllchtrdeon. Pro 4 de 'lLamonei. dl''''... D Its bet until you've seen Motorola round tube color sets. And yet, the
Pmt,r.nn.n floatdamns disci AlvU I 23"RtctirtQular tub color TV. Come In cabinets are slim and trim becauseor W

Linda'William'lone, 'dUlnimsi WlIUsm' r.: John"ftooartK. ,, Special-5 Bags Peat Muck. .99c call us for a personal 1 demonitration this new tube is approximately /5 .-
.' .. .lorro Polin. Harruo.
Junior Paul Barruou, ;ud.oenl ol What a differenceMotorola's( new inches shorter than conventional

Carrpu'nd'erturk' n Sarah duce WhIUlaker rectangular-shaped color TV tube round color TV tubes.

Pu derburt. final decre fordedondani. Spring Annuals NEW SHIPMENT makes I You'll marvel at the colors But we warn you, you'd better
tlrslnl. Mirror Co. *le,, rn !JhtnerOlaaa
Co, Inn, etc. ttnal judgment . the ease with which you can tune provision up because the neighbors
fr County pl.lntlfl. $714.Polk ,t4 V,, D. Radon ..tal. PORTUUCA SALVIA BIRD BATHS in color programs. . the crisp, sharp will be dropping in often to oh and j s I'' f
DAHLIAS. PETUN'AS r
final Elti.i. emtnst domain, You'll feel much at ah with Come in for a personal 4
suit I M (0 ..1...Vu... 5.020Worrouter 1116 CELOSIA. MARIGOLDS picture more ease you
u to C.th.ln. uumrs
.doral aarinra sod 14,00Awn looking at the rectangular-shaped demonstration!
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Fuien T Da l. et ill final deere I 1' OFFERS YOU ALL THIS ADVANTAGES

Th'. .Manhattan loreolomir. ..,Ion Bank., ere Harry ve EXOTICGloxinias : f Motorola own lhsnd-wlr.d chunk It proclaims
O* r Cdward Doullaa us
Ja...n ek tu:, Hertnao H. Big = crafted with modern hind and dip lotdirlng circuit
n uo. No"lce Hill etc and. *t""al". llnal Beautiful 249 ., Connectors, of high relinblllty
Aa<1.7.r-a OmoUrUro.. J, T, molb. Superb period and conUmportry blntry
Ma'r"p'S: d.ere n, rffiile J. Deal 11- Including e'11 l models! with ciblnttry by Oraxtl tom Model CK1I
nal derTe dtTForc .. tcr) their lamout lumltuc grouping..
Mr William. McOnn* ItlrhardDuh
MrCun. IlflaJISSL A Motorola 'full roar guarantee on alt tubes and This contemporary model isput..Wewillur.ngotohavoanycomponentprov.o
Jack D. Bole n. Meredith a Dobrjet S .
finished In walnut .
decre outcome title genuine veneers
Pint Winter Federal I Haren. ..n and. Prank low.Alanol Walkeret *. ref active 'In normal u.e placa or rplrd. Labor l: and select hardwood solids
us at aj. IinU decre. All sits are all-chann l adaptable at extra cod. :
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: E:. Amlck daoeaaad, order 01 2 50 Lb. Bags 3.75 NOW IS THE TIME P.ck.d with'..Iure.for.up.' .
1WnaldalAl.n: ''I Brest miner. order a..- autiful fruitwood fin!I.h on genuine c.nd .11 druged .
: uardtecW cherrywood v.siers and **lct hardwood up In s genuln walnut venee'a
wanting, :e w ,3 d..eud.. order or non..dmint.trat10n. Pellet Type >I95 Control WeedsWE tolldt, or genuine hardwood vner Modal S1CNt/ :.. =-- .nd scions hardwood cobin.
Q..P. 8..0 Sr.: dlOlaoocl. order 2_50 Lb. Bag H and "'.et hardwood solids with Custom -
tr'tt"\3f Bu"u""etc deceaiwd order White French Antique flnl.". Model 111 $6695
a"i>ttini .ieaipll/l uanatrlpla toVt
;'r,.:>nJ0; Oa!. d... **... order eC .on. GIVE StH GREEN STAMPS

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60N. NITE & DAY KENNY'S"Lakeland's TV
T art Bruce deoeaaed. order ol pro.KtliVVhlt TV

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rttiiilod de..eaeed. order. ..dnl.If -

:a.: : d:, des.ued. order I TV Supermarket" Sales & Service

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>"ln I M administratorE Phone MU 6.2176 Open 8 A.M. to 9 P.M. Phone 688.3553
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, Jl LAKELAND LEDGER Thursday, April II, 1M4 II
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: i Desegregation Has



II I Many Contradictions I GOOD/YEAR




yt; Editor's Note Desegr gi hotels, lunch counters and 11-
tlon moslowly and hafhizirdly ', braries in most major cities. ,. L 'iw'S
In the South. IU pace Change has been made easier ? a
and pattern vary from city t o< by the moderate course of Gov. y I
city; there Is little consistency; Carl E. Sanders, elected with 1
of white reaction. This It a report ., the help of the Negro vote-
on what Is happening and about 14 per cent In Georgia
why, Majority Slows Process
r: Desegregation Is most diffi-
By DON MCKEE cult in areas of the South where I I
ATLANTA, Ga. (AP) VIolence Negroes are a majority of the TTTW BEEF1' ;
climaxed a desegregation population. 40 POUND c' INI.WASH
drive In Jacksonville, Fla One< Eleven school districts in Arkansas ,

r I person than a score was were killed injured and more of them are are desegregated.in Little Rock Most I I 10 With the purchase of one of then Quality FOOD FREEZERS r MINI r

Little more than 350 miles! where federal troops enforced'
to the west In the same latitude -a court decree In 1957 'I
racial changes have been Little Rock theaters, many'
taking place In Mobile, Ala, for downtown lunch counters and S
10 years with little trouble. restaurants are desegregated I
In Macon, Ca, a white But in the delta area of east) ... TWO WASHERS IN ONE
church admitted Into member- Arkansas, where Negroes are,
:: I Special
ship a Negro student from heavily concentrated, there are'
Ghana. In Jackson, Miss, all no signs of integration. sWlyT'S = :: WITH MINI-WASH SYSTEM!

I efforts at Integrating churches In Selma, Ala., where Ne-; !< have failed I groes outnumber white rest
I Contradictions like these are dents, attempts to integrate! ''"'"" 1 1r
( (Q fs- Special low price
r evident everywhere in the lunch counters and city facilities [ %_,_ l :
South have failed. To the I s i 95*
Why? The answer Is as complex North, at Huntsville, where the : GO
as the problem, which Negro population Is small, al A\\ r I Includes
covers the spectrum of society. biracial committee is functioning I 'r 10 DAYS
And each community has its eight schools and the University -: ONLY f/p to 40 Ibs. ot FREE Beet e
own set of Issues and conditions I1 Extension Center, pub- ro\
I lic recreational facilities and LIMITED HOLDS ABOUT 400 LBS. '
Yet some of the more appar-:some motels are desegregated: ;
ent factors which may abet or Gov. John Connelly of Te(81 QUANTITIES OF FROZEN FOODS! X j

deter peaceful change include: said he believed that "The most __,_:_ ._. r------- four '....1..| iurf... , elide ovl ballot . r' '
Attitudes of government, successful way to integrate is t' 1 rtmonblo end. oduttobldo | '. petition ..-,........ '. .
businesses, churches, Integration on a voluntary basis." And last r ah.I... , Mltcttr. '"{ ,
leaders and segregationists summer he worked behind the q4' Yours for $350
scenes, meeting with hotel and Weekly ,, h;:
-Size and nature of the com- restaurant owners.Desegregation I MN e. m I.t
munity, whether urban or rural .: has spread to .
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industrial or agricultural. public accommodations in major .
Economic conditions. I Texas cities, although east. 12.01 CU. FT. FREEZER
-Percentage of Negroes and Texas remains largely oegre
their voting power. I gated. II '
-Rate and stage of desegregation Bl Ib arga acninlatignhnw, ta GENERAL&JELECTRIC
Biracial bargaining, with an' r E .
Much of Georgia's college attitude of compromise on both'' $ sav
and university system Is desegregated sides, has keynoted much of the' QQ95I ..
; racial bars have been peaceful desegregation, surveys jr *
In schools, The Associated Press have'
lowered private by
.r.t ALSO-Up to 40 Ibs. of Free 8 ef Ay
some theaters, restaurants and,shown. I ,_ FOR ONLY $225 WEEKLY
i All normally hanaVaihables on be washed onto

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By JOHN A. OSMUNDSENN ably have to be developed because 1
: cln \ar.| tlmro the viruses against TWELVE 12-OZ.
ATLANTIC CITY, N.J, (AP) which the old vaccines are Special Installation
-There is a population explosion protective will have changed. \
among viruses that infect The likelihood that the demand I INSULATED TUMBLERS
man, a government scientist for more new viral vac 9 nkd ALLOWANCEDwrlnf
:told a medical meeting here. cines will grow Is a source I These art quality made unbreakable plastic
New kinds of viruses are of concern to the NI.H. scientist I TUMbLEQS I 12-Oz. tumblers. drInks hot cold. All 12 00 the month .f April the City of lokelooo1 Dapf..F
TI or
Keeps $
.
:appearing constantly, he said because of the associations I 1 EloctrW fr W.t.r Utilities will pay yo $30 00 If you buya
,largely as a consequence of many workers are findIng Swell for every day or party tll' Perfect C to For 230 volt .1 lr conditioner and. $10.00 If you purcheioIIS .
:a human population explosion"and between viruses and I me all yiar. A real bargain *o4t ant. (OHor peed. In any sac served by eke Dept
the Increased mobility of cancer .f Iloetrio 6 Wets Utilities, City of &....t.....


:emerge or';people Thus matings",today.from new mutations between viruses that old in, caution Dr. Caution Huebner must Necessary be said taken extreme to be ;;;; .!;; BRING YOUR CAR TO GENERAL !! ELECTRIC, GENERAL ELECTRIC I

'viruses have a better chance sure that viral vaccines are THE EXPERTS DURING
:now of finding a susceptible not contaminated with other ROOM4AIR
I THE NEXT 3 DAYS SUPER LINE
person to Infect-and so to viruses that might cause can- IIT1 CONDITIONERSCRISPCOOLQUIET I
persist and change again- cer and that the vaccine ' I I
than ever before. viruses, themselves, are not 1 Compute Irtlt cHtci in JedUitmtrit. -
The scientist estimated that capable of causing that dis | .
there are more opportunitiesin ease. He cited cases In which I
2 IretefluMeMeJ.,. COOL THE WHOLE HOUSE
one week today for new both of these things have already I breko aya'."' raid chechd.
viruses to appear than there happened, although in ONE ROOM OR SEVERAL ROOMS
,would have been In 1,000 years none of them was there any 3 Front end ellgnej, with -
of time less than a century Indication that the viruses in cembor, oasis, end foals FROM 4.000 ITU TO 22,000 ITU
ago question could cause cancerIn j corrected Old boerriropecked. I #

This situation was describedIn man. .
an Interview and in an address Dr. Huebner cited several
before the second plenary reasons for his worry over t ,
session of the American the carcinogenic potential of I I I 1 i k p- o
!
College of Physicians meeting viruses for man. Tuesday ,
by Dr Robert J. Hueb- First, he said, recent findings '
ner, director of the Laboratory have shown that a tumor I Wednesday _
of Infectious Diseases at virus can cause cancer in
the National Institute of more than one species Thursday '
Health in Bethesda Md. Second, hum a infecting ' Model MI10YBG .
ALL FOR ONLY
Dr. Huebner noted that, fortunately viruses have been shown ca
the vast majorityof pable of causing cancer In I
viruses do not cause dis animals I
'ease Because many do, how- Third, some animal tumor
ever, medical measures must viruses have produced cancerous 11 Inch Screen
be taken against them, and changes In cultures of I 1 I; 1 _
in as much as so few drugs human cells 12 Ibs. -
have been found effective Fourth, the virus populationIs Weighs only 9995
against viral infections, this clearly changing, new
Sound control front
means that vaccines must be strains are emerging constantly riftt litre ,,
:developed to prevent infection.In and the difference between Pay as You Ricfo mounted ;
fact Dr. Huebner observed a tumor virus and non- I -
It Is likely that new tumor virus may be no more I -
:vaccines against Infections than a subtle distinction between
'that existing viral vaccines one strain and anotherof I
protect people from will prob_ a particular type of virus
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I Steel Plants Busy Now

More KU Than Other Kind
People M Goodyear en Any
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But Outlook UncertainBy I

SAM DAWSONAP There Is some talk of a pos.1 3-T NYLON WEATHER ALL 1/42"

Business News Analyst I sible buildup in stocks '
NEW YORK (AP-Busy) steel hedge against the chance of a'i
mills have played a big part In strike I
boosting today's economy to An auto strike In itself would
record levels But some are affect the steel Industry quickly .; LOWEST $
flOW warning that the industry and drastically, since Detroitis
might be in for an early a major customer I
-
summer. Stocks Kept Low I PRICE
Output normally dips from '
.
June to September for a num- Steel salesmen also are Increasingly
ber of reasons, such as vaca up against new
lions that close more customers thinking by customers on Inventories .A' EVER
plants each year. But this time Most users now are
there are some added ones that playing cautious and keeping r '
might advance the timetable. stocks to a minimum. They As Low Asti
know that steel shortages are
Early Changeover Rumored most unlikely They can wait to x -
t S70.I5'-BLACK TUBE TYPI PLUS
There are rumors that the see how their own prospectslook
TAX AND YOUR RECAPPABLI TIM
auto makers are planning an in the fall without puttingin $11995
earlier changeover to new orders In late spring or early IP NOT MCAPPABLI ADD $3t

models. That would mean closIng lummer '
down auto plants for a while Thus it is assumed that most: : WITH LONG MILEAGE TUFSYN TREAD! AS LOW AS 5.00
and changing the schedule for orders the mills are now getting 'i DOWN
delivery of steel Demand for [ and that are keeping them, ) I. LIFE-TIME ROAD HAZARD GUARANTEE! AND 1,25 WEEKLY
.._
steel would then slacken a bit going at a highly prosperouspace
earlier than usual since less are for use by the customers -
would be needed for this year's In the spring months

models.Still more .uncertain a prospect based And on Inventory knowledge thinking that if also steel Is I GOOD<< !iEAR SERVICE STORE

Is how upcoming labor somehow should get hard to :

negotiations union might with affect the autoworkers dealers'. come stitutes by are quickly available various for.ub-a!! I 201 W. MAIN LAKELAND MU 2-5177

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LAKELAND LEDGER. Thursday April! 19(4 11
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Lake Howard Drive Plans I



Ledger By DON Staff RICHIE Writer can't be brought about. were promised trucks wouldgo __ _ .. ....... n n. .
City Engineer Eric Bull ex by way of Recker High- "
WINTER HAVEN The plained the Joint city-State way," but trucks do heavily
Winter Haven City Commis- Road Department plan; drawnin use It.Other. r STOCK MARKET FLASHES 1 I
lion barraged by complaints response to a city proposalto residents describedthe
from citizens yesterday make traffic flow improvements drive from Lake Cannon

shelved for further study intersection : canal bridge to Avenue G a NEW YORK (AP-The) Stock 34% on 3,000 shares; Liggett tries opened on lIMO shares.,
and parking Ban parking from a point "mistake"; suggested traffic Market moved unevenly In moderately Myers up '-4 at 85 on 2,100; and unchanged at 43.
changes on Lake Howard 175 feet east of 17th Street to lights at least at Avenue 0 active Control Data, unchanged at 91 Texas Gulf Sulphur rose % to
the
Drive between Avenue G, widen Lake Howard intersection trading at
16th Street ; painting lines or on 2,700. 30i on 15,000 shares
NW, and Avenue G. Drive (SR 542) to three lanes, building islands at the turnoff opening today Woolworth eased at 87% on Fractional gains were made
City Manager C. C. Ryan to the first intersection (Avenue ; and said that if parking Changes of most key stocks 1,600 shares Sears Roebuckwas by Lorillard American Airlines.
described H); widen the drive near Is banned people will threatento
the
Intersection as i were narrow. off Y at 108 on 1,400 shares American Motors Consolidated
extremely undesirable. 17th Street for left turns, and move out. Allied Chemical Edison Du
and Ford opened on 4,000 shares, dipped Vi to Douglas Aircraft
said he would look into installation put in storage or turn-off Ryan said the whole matter r 56 on 1,300 shares. Losses of % Pont and General Electric.
of traffic lights or lanes; put in an Island at will be reviewed with the engineer up U It 57%. were taken also by Santa Fe Yesterday the Associated
other ,ways to keep speeding Eighth Street for turn-offs to and the State Road De Opening blocks included: and American Can. Press average of 60 stocks rose
traffic on a leash during a Northgate Shopping Center. partment. Seven accidents Westinghouse Electric up % at I Kansas City Southern Indus- .5 to 305.2, a new high.
further study. Mrs. Pope put thumbs downon have been reported in recent
Mrs. Dick Pope Sr., wife of three-laning the point near weeks along the controversial BLUE CHIPS
the owner of Cypress Gardens 17th Street (as people would thoroughfare.
led an assault on a proposed have trouble getting across In other business confusion
parking ban at two points between the "raceway") and was angered reigned as a hodge-podge of :XOL4HT1lE41CIfAT r
17th Street NW and the at the proposed parking figures were thrown into discussion 23 4NP IT SHOT Of TO 72IH I mEI1'PA't' I
turn-off at Avenue G. ban. pertaining to installation I A MONTHTIIENToSf'Ut/ 1 APiViDEN2 I
of an irrigation 5 FOR t LA T WEEK
system at ANI)
Styling her complaint Patrol Urges _ _
as the clty-owned-and.leased Winter HOW IT'S UP TO 1S'/*/
"only second 0
pur one in 38 She urged more city poUce Haven Golf Course. J
years of living In Winter Haven patrol along the drive during ;
," the wife of the attrac. rush hours and a study of Payment Voted
tion magnate, whose home is placement of utility poles Co-signature of an additIon.
at 1806 N. Howard Drive, was which when struck, quite often, al loan was voted to pay the B: L'L J1iMUTUAL
adamant in her objections and shut off power "anywherefrom contractor for the Installation f i
even threatened to pack up four to 12 hours." 1.369 to William H. Bowers
Cypress Gardens plants and She knocked the use of the Inc., Neptune Beach-and en-
all, and move If a better plan drive by trucks and said "we gineering fees to Michaels
Consulting Engineers firm of ''Z4.W STOCKS *
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Plan Devised To Pay Winter H..... The Daily InvestorBy I

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I Off Parking Lot Bonds ........ Folk WILLIAM A. DOYLEQ. the company's asset value andthe
brawn, end At the annual meeting of asset value per share.
At they walk stockholders of National Aviation You seem disturbed becausethe
If Haven Drops MetersWINTER m. th.,'" AMERICAN STOCK Corp., the president said market price of National
{ ,'. turned ,sd. EXCHANGEAtnElec that the cash value of the stock Aviation stock was below the

HAVEN-The Merchants seem strongly ( ) .......... ....... 1% was $30 49 a share, as of March asset value per share on both
Downtown Winter Haven favor of this plan to rid Barnes Eng ....... ....... 23>,4orsey 3, compared with $29.S3 a share dates mentioned. There's nothing -
Council's parking meter committee city of meters. Most feel > Corp ............. 6% at the end of 1963. really unusual about that.
has devised a plan to is a small enough sum' if Falcon Sea Dr ........... 10'/4' I own some of this stock and I The market prices of stocks
payoff revenue bonds used will help business or at Gulf Am ....-............. 5/4 know that It was quoted around of most closed-end investment
for purchase and constructionof keep it at its present rate. Gulf Sulphur ...... ....... 8 $26.87 % on March 3 and about companies usually sell below
parking lots it meters are Some feel that while Kratter ... ......... .... .. 8% 2887 H at the end of 1963. per share asset value "at a
mustered out by the city.A erty owners and On Redwing Carrier ......... 11% Can: you explain the difference discount," as It Is called In Wall
voluntary program in have the heavy stake In Stephan Co ... ........... 7% between the market price of the Street
which downtown merchants downtown district that Syntex .................... 76% lock and the statement by the No one has come up with a
property owners and the city city should take a bigger Tampa Elec .............. 24Ye ompany's president? really satisfactory reason for
would participate could be setup terest in the problem Textron Inc ....... ....... 4% A. The president of the com this situation other than that
with each contributing to- of taxes that may accrue pany was talking about the "net investors (who buy and sell the
ward write-off of the bonds. an upgraded proposition.The OVER-THE-COUNTER_ _n u__ _ _._____ asset value per share That stocks and. thereby let the
Each merchant under the Council gave the is FUNDS figure is Important because National market prices) don't particulary .
proposed plan would pay an mittee the green light to t' despite pay- Affiliated Fund ........... 879 Aviation Corp. is a closed- care for indirect ownership
average of $50 per year and up a contract for tentative I debt during Alico ..... ................. 7% end investment$ # of stocks through investment
each landlord an average of proval by merchants 1 ; encumbrances Am Express ....... ....... <42* company, companies
(100 per year on the bonds. lords and the city to see I for the mort- Auto Merch ........ ....... ll/j As an Invest
This would bring in $17,000 enough support for the I Chase: Man Bank ........ 69>/i iJckerd's ment company, I Q. The Investment company
of the $24,000 due each year can be gamed. Success Drug ... ......... 18 it holds manysecurities I I In which. I own shares calls the
until the $185,000 bond issue the 1964 Ex Fidelity Fund ... ......... 17.87 of! capital gains distributions It
is paid off. The city would be but Fla. Gas ................. 10*I companies In makes to shareholders "capital-
I success which it has in "
asked to pay the difference. Two Haven Fla. Pub. Util ........... 22V4 .|I gains dividends. Reading Its
I on makeup
vested. The _ _ It
notice that
Merchants and landlords In I the Fla. Steel ....... ... .... ... V/ market I annual report I
the proposed plan would be undesirable Exposition Fla. Tel. .................. 25}. those value securities of 1_______ even refers to "dividends Income.pa Id"from "
from TransientsArrested ; Fla. Tile .... ........ ..... 14V "capital-gains
those in a 16-block area in past 'plus its cash and I,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,. Isn't this technically Incorrect?
Founders Life ....,....... 9y
Second Street to Sixth Street"NW eliminated. He other items! A. You know it is. Capital-
and SW and from Avenue ; who run the Gulf Life ............,..... 54V4 make im Its DOYLE Rains distributions are lust what
B, NW and SW. This is strong policy. Cncorp Invest .........'. 76 I ;; ;setv i e"=the actual value the term implies gaiN (prof.
the main part of the Winter Florida Inter County Tel & Tel... 56 of the corporation. its which an Investment company -
'
Haven business district. WINTER, HAVEN > Winter Park Jackson Mm Mart..,.... 53A I The asset value per share Is realizes by selling securities .
Originally a special tax on Winter Haven transients asset to Flor Lewis Bus Forms .t.t.d.. 17 figured by dividing an invest- at higher prices than it
merchants and property owners ' been arrested here on added. She'li Nationwide ........ ?.:.... ISlA I ment company'i asset value by paid for them) which are distributed
I in the area was proposed;, rate charges filed by the York World- A. H. Robins .........._.<37 I the number of shares of stock to shareholders of the
-rbut It was found that only on the Winter Haven Police i and Taylor Inst ...... ..-=;.. 47,I outstanding. National Aviation's investment company.
an act of the legislature can partment disclosed are vying for T.V. Elec Fund ....7':': .".. 8.21 1963 annual report shows that, Dividends, on the other hand
this be done-after a referendum Dwayne Thomas, 22 of promotions. Trans Gas Pipe Line -..... 21'',, as of Dec. 31, it had assets of come from true "income" -
of those Involved. ton Ohio is charged by represent I Travelers ................... 49* $45.032.341 and 1.520.866 sharesof dividends and interest paid on
The voluntary plan is a FBI with federal parole ; sale United Ilium ....... ..... 39!% stock outstanding owned the securities the investment
stop-gap until a special tax lation. He was picked up pleased with Universal Foods ......... .28 by stockholders.That company owns which is then
can be levied. by city police on a "Queen for NEW YORK worked out to $29.53 a passed on to shareholders of the
driving charge and no at Nora STOCK EXCHANGE share The company evidently Investment company.
license. the best calculated the figures again and Believe me, this is more thana
Hussein An FBI check showed and "got more Latest Close 11 Price a.m reported the rise to $30.49 a technicality. I often suspect
was wanted in Chllllcothe.Ohio. ; for citrus share, as of March 3, at the that an Investment company
for parole violation ever had." Air Reduction 58% 58% tockholders' meeting. using the dead wrong term
: EntourageIs a Jail term for auto theft. as a result, It Aldens 29% 29% The reason for the rise should "capital-gams dividend" is try-
will be extradited to Ohio thl sell a TV show Allegheny Ludlum 43% 44% bn obvious. The market valueof Ing to fool shareholders Into beeving .
Listed week.A area in the Allied Chem 56'56 the stocks the company owns they are g ttlng a high-
40-year-old Virginia TV should Allied Stores 6 I/ 6 1% rose during that period-lifting I er "yield" on their shares
-In a separate arrest- adver Am Bosch 141141/
CYPRESS GARDENS -An James Thompson was added. Am Cyanamid fll161/4 Latest lls.m.f Close Price
entourage of about 20 will ac. up in connection with an Am Home Prd 66% 66/ Close Price Latest 11 a.m.
. company the visit of King Hus auto theft. Am Hospital 23% 23'/
!
sein of Jordan here Sunday, including The warrant. Issued at of the Am Mach & Frdy 19 19% IBM 584 582% Shattuck 17%
his brother and the Dodge, Iowa charged Thompson eo.'Z.'O Committee Am Metal Prd 21121'4 Int Harvester 70% 75% Sinclair Oil 44% 41
Jordanian Foreign Minister with unlawful flight or'Am Motor 18 16'/' IMC 9'/ 9% Socony 70% 71
The king and his staff will be avoid prosecution for a resume of'Am Res 4 Dev 24% 24',$ Int Mm & Chem 7034 70% S.C. Elec & Gas 56'
guests of Mr and Mrs. Dick larceny of an auto; he reportedly Florida Am Seating 36% 36'/4' Int Paper 33'337s Southern 55% 55'%
Pope Sr.. Mr. and Mrs. Dick stole the car in Iowa the fixed Am Tobacco 37% 1 Int Tel & Tel 59% 89%i Sperry Rand 17'16%
Pope Jr. and Mr. and Mrs. Simon drove it to Virginia where ." so com :Am Tel & Tel 139% 139% Jones & Laughlin! 76'77' Spiegel 33!% 33%
Khoury. sold it. Ampex 1714 17'/ Kelsey Hayes 35% 35'% Std Oil Cal 63'/4' 63%
Khoury is a native of Lebanon Thompson. employed as about pre Ariz Pub Ser 3S'Va' 36Ye Kimberly Clark 64'4 64% Std Oil Ind. 67% 67%
Jordan's sister-country in grove worker here is in new Armco Steel 751,4 75% Kerr-McGee 36% 36% Std Oil N.J. 8614 85%
In In midway 28 Sunray Oil 30% 30%
the Middle East. County Jail Bartow; Atcha top 281,4 % Korvette 30% 30%
be transferred to Tampa ; of At! Refin 55% 553,4 13 13 Tenn Gas & Trans 21% 21%
Pope said the king plans not Lear-Slegler % %
fairs on Texaco 75 76>
appear before the U.S. Commissioner. Auto Can 14% % /4
ski but is lookIng Llggette & 84'/a
Myers
to water
only
including Avco 2214 2214 Texas Gulf Sul 29%' 30%
forward to the new sportof State Fair. Beneficial 50I50% Litton Inds 71% 71/ Tidewater 32% 33/
boat surfing which was developed lo- Beth Steel 36% 363 4Blaw.KnoC Lone Star Gas 22% 23% Tractor Sup 20%
at Cypress Gardens.He police 2S% 28% Loral Elec 7% Union Bag 38% 38'%
also said that a new song manage Borg-Warner .7 47Ya P. Lorrlllard 50'53' % Union Oil 79% 79'/4'
"Surfin Annie" written for The Brunswick 111% 11% Madison F-d 19'/4' Union Pac 41 41>/
the Gardens boat surfing team was Burlington 46% 461ft Magnavox 404> 40% Union Tank 42% <42%
will be played publicly for the of health by Burroughs 23 23 Marguardt 11(4( United Fin 30}/ 30
first time for King Hussein. James Cat Tractor 6034 60r. Martin Marietta 18% 18% United Fruit 22% 22
Hussein. a guest of Angler owner, as II Celanese 68% 68 McCrory ll'/4' H'/4 U.S. Inds 10 lO'/g
Biddle Duke, U.S. State Department than most C"emetron 28114 28Ye McKesson 44% U.S. Rubber 51 51%
director of protocolat Ches & Ohio 71* 71Ya I Merck 116 116'4Minn U.S. Steel 57 57% ,
Palm Beach. is expected to : the first for Chrysler 47'Va' 48 Hnwl 125% 126>/4 'Upjohn 52% 52% \
arrive at Cypress Gardens at ; reorgan Cln Gas Elec 28% 26% MMM 67'67'4' Vendo 17% I.
10 a.m. Sunday-to spend the ; gov Cities Ser 67Va 67% Montg Ward 37% 37% Warner Lambert 28>/. 28%
daylight hours here. ): fall-when Coca Cola J27% Nat Biscuit 60'{ 60% W. Air Brake 35% 35%
; was set Colgate Pal 42'Va' 3'1a Nat Can 16% W/4 Westinghouse 34% 34%
of consul Collins Rad 181,4 18Va Nat Dairy 75 75 Winn Dixie 29%,
PoliticalRally I and coun Columbia Gas 29Ys 29% Nat Fuel 32% Woolworth 87% 87
of directors- Com Credit i 40% 41 Nat Gypsum 49"/4" 49'4Nat Xerox 93% 93'/4
SefTonighf : Exposition Con Edison 86Va 86% Tea 16 16 Zenith Rad 80% 80%
: served with Con Foods 5114 51% Nla-Mohawk 51% SI% Occidental 25% 25'%
; caterer fol- Consumer Pwr 461h .6% Okla Gas & Elec 27 27 Jim Walter 34% 34%

? ; ,. Co.t Can 47l/ Outboard Marine 18% 18'/
?; ; Cost Oil 65* 6534 Pac Gas & Elec 31* 31'4 Douglas Decries
LAKE WALES -Another In : Ctrl Data 91 0114 Pan Am Sulphur 32'/4 32'4
the series of political rallies, : ; ; Will Corn Prds 6S'Ia 6574 Parke Davis 30% 30% U S. Conformity
being sponsored by the Polk ; Crown Cork 33',4 33% Penney- J.C. 51 5H/, .
County Democratic Executive Curtls.-Wright 19 19114 Pepsi Cola 52'52% NEW YORK (AP-Assoclate
; Den&R1oRR 20 2J11aDe ( Pfizer 471/4 47%
Is set for tonightat
Committee Justice William O. Douglas of
1. . Soto Chem 2n' Phila Elec 331,4 3334 I
Barranco Little League the U.S. Supreme Court
says
'.' 32 32Ya Morris
Field here. 11f. .. Dr Pepper % Phillip 84833,4 the United States "has
No supper will be served tonight ". ,," : Dresser Indl 30* 31 Phillips Pet 51% 51'4 further down the road to gone
I conformity -
I '" DuPont 261% 2611.. Phelps Dodge 72V1 72'1a
but the Little League I iN ;
than of
most
'It us Imag
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parents Association will operate Jl" ;.... Eastman Kodak 1271,4 ))21''% Piper Air 50 50 i Ine."
the park's concession ... (AP- Gamble Skmo 35 3SI% Pit Plate Glass 69% 69%!
stand. Sandwiches coffee and .,.: .. ;::1* be invited Ga Pac 66% 57% Proctor Gamble $414 84 Speaking at City College of
4 1 soft drinks will be sold. Asian-African Gen Elec 853% 86% Pub Sty Elc Gal 7S!,. New York in Manhattan Doug.las .
The first speaker Is sched- to be held!Gen Foods 89% 90!' Pure Oil 44'447,4 1 said advertising and scienceare
s tiled to speak at 7:30 p.m. THI EMMKI STATE ,Gen Inst 13'1a Raybestos Man 47 47i/ the "mouthpieces" of conformity"levelers" -
I Speakers will be the committee's towtr ,.rtl... .' I**'1.. Stir ; will not be Gen Motors 81Y. 811 I Rep Steel 4434 44% whose energies -
.! Group II, composed of kit night for first tI... I I. rite the dispute Gen Tel Elec 351,4 3SI/ ;I R. J. Reynolds 51% 51 I must be redirected or
candidates for constable and settled And a Gen Time 12% 12%I;I Reynolds Met 42* 42% else "each valley will be paved
i (in this district) tor*. They wars ilhimlMteo to the Soviet Gen Tire 253/4 253/ !;I Rhod Sel Trust 6* 6%'and each mountain will have achairlift.
peace justice wh.. P.ul Scre*..., ,- Jei. "
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court clerk, circuit unsettled be- Gillette 321/4 32%i:I R.C. Cola 70 70* ,
criminal
and clerk state attorney pulled. twitch 'urine; .......... raised by W. R. Grace 56% 56y':I Safeway Stores 61% 61Y. ,
court, tax assessor, tax collector Tile .ilami, c....,...... May preliminary Great A P Tea 39'1a 391,4,:Scott Paper 37 37 When a horse s'eeps, a muscular -
I supervisor of regutra- shave It rI... S 222-foot .. Wednes Greyhound 56 % :Seaboard Air R 48 I reaction locks its leg

j lion and sheriff. ,ht..) ,Grumman IYa 41 I%.:Sean I08Y. 108% Joints in place. !I



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LAnIAND LEDGIR Thursday. Aprn u,111tI _

I I Johnson Making- Secret Nighttime JauntsI I : %, i

37irUfi g

I r By FRANK CORMIER I I I dents often complain that they have mort than you might Washington la a sophisticated, The reporters planned to leave
WASHINGTON (AP) Prell-have no privacy. In fact, they'Imaelne.r. I cosmopolitan capital where a with Johnson and follow him
presidential caravan can be not so much because they k
.................... -.................... spotted instantly at It roll wanted to know where tie was
A WITH COUPON ONLY
along the boulevards.Still I going but to be on hand In case
It's a fact that President his car should have a flat tire
Johnson time after time is a wreck or other misfortune.
8 HOURS ONLY driven around the city after Problem Solved r
'. dark without reporters, or the Rt'
After all, should the President
SOn general public:, being the wiser '
=: Sale Friday & Saturday, April 17 & 18, 11 A.M. to 3 P.M. Friends Visited have, an a White accident House on the reporter highway I li f SJtli

1 Johnson told newsmen last might be hard pressed to ex
SENSATIONAL 's week he likes to visit friends In plain why he wasn't on the:
suburban Silver Spring, Md.. scene. I
"TEN-INONESCOPE".g and even as far away as Hyatts- Well the Secret\ Service acting ,
vllle Md., IS miles to the northeast -, on Johnson's instructions,
z No such trips have been solved the problem of the limousine -
O ALL FOR ONLY $100 recorded.A from the Fourth Estate. s
,Z _NOT|_ 4"WITH , n few month ago Johnson They ordered two Washington
policemen to park their motorcycles -
drove 12 miles Into suburban
O. THIS COUPON ONLY g Virginia! to have dinner with so close to the front
o.r:> 10 USES 'e Pierre Salinger then his press bumper of the press car that it
O 0 secretary. The directions to couldn't Join the cavalcade.
foie'> Tim Clock
I. R..dlne UM (Mini Mn
O 10 ,.....1 7. Flit Mirror Z Salinger's house were so circuitous Johnson took off for parts unknown -
I. crwp -.d :1 i"fio..1IE... 1.M..n. I :1.e. WIror for ,." Mall { that the Secret Service free of pursuit, with Mr.
:X : M.subj. T.I..c.p", -.1 ad.SrOAaIA n..,I., 0 had to summon a White House and Mrs. Ed Clark old friends
: t C'''" FI Ir. h.Al.r Z
I I. Dwell P.cyl.**"II.ecrl.r)I c:....... II. Cod. Trtmmlti.rSin .d r- driver who had been there many from Austin Tex. Clark Is an
". ImtractlM Shut. -< times to lead the small motor attorney.

LIMIT 3 TO A COUPONf A usFUl cade. This trip too, went unre- EXCHANGE CLUB'S YOUTH AWARD PRESENTID L.dl.y Wise, ".ht, ,.., >f";id",i 1 .f
I E Boy Scouts, Girl Scouts, Hobbyists, Sports EDUCATIONAL selNttrlt corded. after ONLY TWO PRESERVEDOnly the "..w. SUN Each..... Club and lakda.d l Each.i>t. Club prmmtt this' ....nlVi y.ulll .....
TOT* Fans Hou.wiv.t, Students, CUrki, 5.1.l INSTRUMENT Wednesday a hotel night reception givenin attending two of the letters writ- t. Willis. H...tI.I.! II. while! hit ,.re"". Mr. .". Mr*. Willie 101.",;"M S,., .( 2223 EJ... Pith.w .
rein, Cimpinj, Nitur Study, Beating, Motorists, his honor by King Hussein his ten wife by ,George Martha Washington are known to to .,. .lank. .... The .wer. w.. m.J. ft weiiir lichens Club.-m..rt"..
S NO PHONE CALLS NO C.0.D.'. puu of Jordan Johnson decided to exist Almost all of their cor- --
take off on one of these jaunts. respondence was destroyed after
Point
Lakeland, Florida McCRORY'S This posed a problem becausetwo Washington's death. Willis Edenfield Wins System
reporters had hired a limousine
S ai and. with Secret Service Texas has the largest numberof Club's Award Under AttackOn
knowledge had Joined the presidential counties of any U.S. state- Exchange
i........................ WITH COUPON ONLY '....................:1 motorcade to the hotel 254. Georgia is second with]59.
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Willis Edenfield IS, son of car fan pianist guitarist and
Mr. and Mrs. Willis Edenfield plays the ukelele. He hopes to
study medicine at Emory Uni (AP) The "point
of 2223 Eden Parkway a
Sr.
versity. system" under which the Flor
J RALPH'S Free BRYANT'SRED Lakeland Senior High School ida Highway Patrol automatically .
senior, was awarded the Lakeland suspends driver licenses
Exchange Club's youth Inmate Flees was under attack from two
WHITE MARKET = award during a recent club sources today.
& RED & WHITE MARKETPROVIDENCE meeting. Second Tries Circuit Judge Harvie DvA'al
Presented once a month, the asserted the syystem is "A
WEST MEMORIAL BLVD. youth award is made to the To Catch Him'CALHOUN gross abuse of discretion.
youth voted by Exchange Club Rep. Lee Welssenborn of Dade
Across From Kathleen Hi HIGHWAY 98 members as most deserving.Ledley . Ga. (APWhen County said he will introduce a
Wear past president of the wife of Sheriff Hughdon Davis -bill In the next legislation to
LAKELAND . AD GOOD THRU SATURDAY the Florida State Exchange opened the Jail's bullpen to take license suspension authority .
\ a, Club and Lakeland Exchange admit a drunk Tuesday night a from the patrol and "giveIt
Quantity Rights ReservedBE Club made the presentation. prisoner ran out. I to the courts where It be
Edenfield Is the president of A second followed saying "I'll longs."
I THRIFTY-SHOP RED WHITE the Pan American Club and get him for you." He didn't, bu' DuVal also enjoined: the patrol
secretary of the Interact Clubat he caught up with him. I from suspending the license of
the high school.! He is alsoa Both were captured in a field William L. Cameron without
Rio save save GOLD BOND stamps member of the student coun- near here Wednesday. I further Investigation.
,
a. cU and national honorary so Cameron 23, had been or-
ciety. He attended Boys State Scientists calculate that the dered to surrender his license
last summer. earth's crust quavers 100,000 for a month after he accumulated
U. S. GOOD BEEF I The awards winner lea_ sports times a year. 12 points, the last six for
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T'BONEtf There's No Substitute valid license.
for Experience The Judge said the chargeswere
I "not true moving viola.
I tions." any more than would be
ELECT the lack of an Inspection sticker
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(AP-The Southern The council said this appearedto
Regional Council says the I be true whether the cause
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de next six months will be packed was "Indifference or Inattentiveness easy
'a with crisis and decision on the to the
justified
Impa-
tox racial scene tience of Negroes with tokenismor Control panel with thermostat, exhaust and 2-speed fan control

"Every indication points to less, or by rebuff of Negro .t ? Illrtrerrt
we protest activity of an extent and efforts to effect change through Two-way air direction grille.

* intensity without precedent, not discussion and joint planning,
only in the South but in the or by other failures
rot North as well," the biracial The report detailed the riot
oftut group laid yesterday.In Ing in Jacksonville the vandal
a 14-page report dealing ism the use of fire bombs and
primarily with the March out other weapons and the Negro MAGIC TOUCH
or. break of violence in JacksonVille .
woman who was shot to death
Ire Fla., the council said: from a passing car. ALUMINUM fir
tu "In both summer and early
for fall, some of the most recalcitrant Burns Made Speech

'a school districts of the "The provocation seemed to ICE TRAYS
Deep South will be under court center around impatience with
;es order to desegregate. And in the lack of desegregation progress -
la. the background of all this, there resentment of a gradually
beor will be the excitement of the getting tougher handling of

presidential campaign and many demonstrations in Municipal 14R033 7 9C limit 1Ai'
eat state races." Court, and an immediate flare-

Ice.le Case Up To South up of resentment over the mays, PHILCO Cu. Ft.REFRIGERATORFREEZER
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or s speech, the council said
The council said that whether .'
Apparently this was a reference PHnco
Jacksonville it a special case to a speech by Mayor Hay- Chi.f
. rests ultimately with the South. don Burns, a candidate for governor P t a bl e R a d.

flit "In the years following 1954, of Florida, In which he Juslwr PHILCO
the South chose to violate the
104 told Negroes they had no legal $22888 .' "Charge It"Buy
American tradition of
obeyingthe right to demonstrate and said $1088INCLUDES
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Supreme Court reading of no more demonstrations would ." "iy budget terms HOME THEATRE COMBINATION
the Constitution," the council
aby laid be tolerated During the speechhe I .Eitra shelf spec for added storage BATTERIES fij"
swore in almost 500 firemenas 23" TELEVISION STEREO PHONOGRAPH
"The question for 1964 is officers "Dairy Bat storage door with lilt-out egg tray Oafs ,
special I
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Superb tone from
Burns claimed later that the
returned to the southernpolitical Automatic rvftifwator dtfrocunf and adjustable
leadership, to that stepped up Negro activity was cold control blg3"IPf'aker CHANGER
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The council report said parenthetically Magnetic f'IJrphonedor private listening
and which had
always, as it that Burns "m IRht'' .Sliding ahalf provide assist arm) to stood food RECORD PROTECTION W/T
has now even throughout the
be right to the extent that Ne-
deep South, power to maintain I
order," gro leaders may have wantedto
show the state that they were
Violence Invited In not happy with what his 15-

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the report continued, "is that duced for them" PHILCO BENDIX
wherever the white civic lead- The council is an organlza. L.
ership-religious, business and tion of white and Negro southerners _
political-allows a racial crisis It was formed in 1944
to develop and spill into the with the avowed purpose of d CYCLE
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streets . then it invites violence advancing equal opportunity for I -
In" all the South people I I "
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Mo. (AP) them Into It," said Glenn Askell, i Undertow Agitator operates 6 to 10

Satisfied they had won their of Ferguson Mo., presidentelect "iI times faster than blade agitators
contention that the food In the of the student body '' l4: and washes cleaner!
cafeteria was terrible, students Nothing- was thrown until
at Northwest Missouri State after the police came at the stu
College subsided last night into dents." Wilkinson said I Big t 12-lb. capacity . washes
,
a lot of shouting and shooting Gov Dalton sent the Missouri I W seven sheets in one load
of a few firecrackers Highway Patrol to the scene at l iSAFETY ,.I.It

The calm on the campus was the request of Dr J. W, Jones, ; .
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compounded of: the school president t
-A tense watch around the Askell reported several class! t for easy setting

edges by 70 highway patrolmen, mates told him they had a wonderful .I
marshalled on the order of Gov. meal in the cafeteria last r Four automatic cycles, automatic i
John M. Dalton.Restriction night He does not eat there r l water saver
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Bob Nordstrum of Garden
750 of the 2.900 enrollment.The .
resignation of Mrs. M. Grove, Iowa, a resident councilin
charge of 200 of the almost
T Sheldon, college dietician in the dormitories,
1,000 men
since 1957. almost headed off Tuesday I CHAMPION NYLON
of Overland
Wilkinson '
Larry nights march to town by arranging /

Park Executive Kan.Student, a member Group of which the I an impromptu dance. America's Favorite Replacement Tire a $17 8

consults with the administrationon I He said he asked Sgt. David
r
the operation of the student Archer, Maryville acting chief I "".aTON. aA'.TV' CHAMPION NYLONTu.sL..a.LACKWALLa W/T
union and its cafeteria, said: of police to give him time but I

Mrs. Sheldon resignation was: Archer replied: I r : IOn u.M..e..,.re... taus120.13 .
a big point in the students cam I have the full authority of .t7... 00.00
the college administration to eOO-1S .t..'. 00.00
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I II\II2ear\ Terms To Make 64 Election Unique. in Florida HistoryEDITORS I


Under the Those specifically forbiddento
t, NOTE As a special ernor and cabinet was a creation differed on the reason to Democrats say this will insure elections, Florida voted Repub.lican number of the registered Democrats striction by race.who meets the vote are those not registered
service, the Associated Press of the 1963 legislature and change the time of election of more participation In off-year President Harry Trumanwas actually are Republicans law, anyone and is not those under guardianship or
instate
capital bureau In Tallahasse ratified by the state's voters In state officials: to a year whenthe elections when members of the the last Democrat to receive -who register! as Democrats to three requirements vote. prison. Insane or idiotic
h\t' has written stories on the vaitous the general election last November offices of president and vice U.S. and Florida Houses of Representatives Florida's electoral vote. have a voice In the choice of specifically forbidden may are: people, those convicted of a fel-
': primary campaigns In Floi president are not up for elec. and other state officials Florida has more than 2.1 million state officials-who traditionallyare The three requirements whose civil
of ony rights have
21 age;
not
Florida has been are chosen. registered voters Its Democrats well as a to be at least years
Ida, Including descriptions of the Up to now tion.After among the United been restored, those convictedof
this November's this is a gimmick 4.1 million voice In the choice of national to be a citizen ,of
b I offices and the men cooking electing Its state officers at the general Republicans say population this year. such Infamous crimes
I as bribery
them. The following Is a gcner same time as it votes for president election Florida will elect its to guarantee Democratic Of the total 1.7 million are registered officers States, and to be a for permanent perjury or larceny, -
one and
i al description of this election and vice president. state officials: and vote for the victories in the races for state Democrats and 383,000 Florida has few voting restrictions. resident of Florida year those Interested in
year and the state's voting restrtetlons. But the Legislature decided president and vice president two offices. are registered Republicans. There is no poll tax, no and of the county of registration concerning the election.any wager
and Republicans and Democrats years apart. In the past three presidential Political observers say a large grandfather clause, and no re- for six months.

I
i' By DOUGLAS STARR
TALLAHASSEE (AP-As an
election year, 1964 Is unique In
Florida history. I -
For the first time, Florlda'a -
t governor and cabinet member ,
r will serve only two years Insteadof
the usual four. Also for the
first time, Florida's governorwill I Es r'a
be permitted to seek reelection 'va
to a regular four-yea '
term at the end of the two-year

term.Cabinet members as usual,
may succeed themselves':
This bobtail term for the gov


: GOP Pros


f i Feel Ike Will SIEMS1REE


Stop BarryBy

JACK BELL

WASHINGTON (AP) Uncommitted -
party leaders appearto
be banking on Dwight D. Elsenhower .
to touch off stop-Gold-
water efforts at the Republican
presidential nominating conven-

I tion.The remained former president aloof from publiclyhas theI FREEZER OR REFRIGERATOR/FREEZER COMBINATION

maneuvering In the preconvention -
period in which Sen. Barry

Goldwater, R-Ariz., has forged - -,- .
well ahead in the contest for -;;:
I convention votes.Eisenhower (
has endorsed .. .. yew 'r \
been practically mentioned everybody prominently who has for .. T' YOURS FREE

the nomination and some who .<<- ..
haven't. His blanket blessing ; "'- -' Up to 50 juicy, mouth watering steaks
1. has covered Goldwater as well :
IJ as his opponents 1C when you buy a modern convenience

Opposition Sensed styled Bradford freezer or combination.

committed But party themselves pros who to haven't support 4 ' These U.S. Government inspected 10 oz.

of any individual candidate ;' R. x 'Choice' grade steaks are delivered right
have formed the strong impression t
I that Eisenhower will abandon to,your door in a refrigerated truck.? are

his stated neutrality if he i I:::: ::: unconditionally guaranteed. This is not a
fears Goldwater otherwise ::
t might! win the nomination and + I /CANT food plan, but a genuine FREE bonus offer.

pocket the party organizationfor Grants one low price includes everything.
the next tour
years. .. rTNESEiRiE
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Eisenhower has provided plenty There are no extras to buy. Offer good
of evidence he believes the
Republicans can win only if they April 16-25th only
\ present a moderately progressive -
program. He clearly tears
that a conservative static GRANTS LOW PRICE INCLUDES
would bring defeat in November -

and a party split in, "the r9 ? DELIVERY wtthtn our regular service areas
years ahead d rte.rF .
If the Republicans who want I NORMAL INSTALLATIONby !
to stop Goldwater could agree FREE =sue; courteous, qualified service men
among themselves on a candidate -
they would be content for 50 BLUE RIBBON WRITTEN GUARANTEE-Your Bradford
Eisenhower to fill at the convention SIRLOIN STEAKS
'rt ,t freezer or combination warranty covers the
his contractual role as a
television commentator and ask ; complete appliance for 1 full year and the
nothing more of him. ''"1 refrigerating system for 5 full years.
With less than three months
remaining before the convention
opens, the uncommitted pros
generally agree the field of potential Grants-own brand
Goldwater challengers
has narrowed to Henry Cabot BRADFORD 14.7 cu. ft. REFRIGERATOR/FREEZER COMBINATION '
Lodge, ambassador to VietNam -_ -
former Vice President i 1it
M Nixon and Gov William W .. 7..............:'
Scranton of Pennsylvania. Refrigerator Section Never Nods Defrosting-Frost vanishes automatically the r' "' _u,. ,, j
There is some skepticism end of every cycle 2 removable egg trays Big roomy crisper Tilt down door , ;
about how long the popularity dairy compartment Tall bottle, area e Compartmentalized storage in door r ,
being shown in the polls by Automatic interior light OnI I y$279 .' "'4" '

Lodge will last. True Zero Freezer really big family aize capacity holds 187 Ibs.of assorted frozen "
the 1960 GOP presidential I-
Nixon foods Quick freezes and maintains below zero temperatures Rollout basket -
nomine, has no politics
Book-shel'torae In door Magnetic doors
base, having moved from California 3.50 WEEKLY If'.E.
to New Hork. He may 'Charge-It' .
turn up with only a handful, if t i ir

any, convention votes. ,
,
Scranton will be Pennsylvania's ra vxw r
favorite son. But the feel
ing is that he has put handcuffson d I
any real pre-conventlon driveto
move him into contention.
Given circumstances of this
sort, the pros think that delegations U
and individuals will be
coming around to discuss the ,
situation with Eisenhower to
learn what he thinks.A _
signal from the former
president that he preferred any '''
one of these three men would .;
start a convention bonfire. If he
chose someone else it would be t :
more difficult to get the flames
going but still this might be ac t.

complished. .

FREE .t
StudentsTo FtlE
Piano 30 BLUE RIBBON

Give RecitalSeven SIRLOIN STEAKS :. 1::::: . ..' SIRLOIN 30 BLUE RIBBON STEAKS

piano students of Ray: ;;=llt' ... : .? "
Dudley at Florida Southern College ; : "> .
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will be presented In recitalat ..I J' ,!f.LMf.j : f
8 o'clock tomorrow night in j,{.; i J
the college chapel. The publicIs

Invited. Grants-own brand r. Grants-own brand
In
Two Lakeland students are

the will group play Bach's- Mary"Fantasia Smith who In BRADFORD 530 Ib. CHEST FREEZER BRADFORD 12.2 cu. ft. FREEZERIv.rytSIng

C Minor," and Mary Vaughn
who will play "Ballade In G Like having a supermarket In your own home a' ..IY'O see and Moth In this apace. ..."'.., upright!
Minor" by Chopin. i o Sliding storage basket-for small packages and meet frequently
Other students and their selections used items Counterbalanced lid never pops up or down Handy 'ems + 't rJHId* big. I21* of food Freezer door book-ahelf storage 3 fast-freetlnsr
are Lisa Ludwlgsen of adjustable divider for systematic food storage Automatic interior shelve. 9ldcontrol-provides! temperature from '
Bartow-"Braziliera" by MIIhaud -; light shuts itself J oft when lid ia closed Temperature control provides a"' r" .. AutomahcJulcecan dispenser satety door with -timeair-tightmagneUcstaJ
and waltzes from Opus 39! zero to 20 below zero temperature range ) .
by Brahms; Shirley Medlock or
Wauchula- "Visions Fugitive",
by Prokofieff and several preludes , 'Charge-It' Only $189 'Charge-It1
from the works of Chopin Only I $199
and Scriabln; Elizabeth McRae 2.50 WEEKLY 2.25 WEEKLY
of Ellerbe, N.C.-selections from'
Sonata Opus 27, "Moonlight," by I'
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JoAnn ol <
Beethoven; Wingate "
Buston, N.C.-"Intermezzo" by' 'CHARGE-IT' Te A 'NT.O ,
Q8 0.
Brahms and "Impromptu" by NO MONEY DOWN.30 DAYS SOUTHGATE LAKELAND
Schubert, and William Eltzrothof GROVE PARK LAKELAND
Martinsville, Ind., who will OR MONTHS TO PAY Yowt.. F r ,F, r ,
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I LAKELAND LEDGER. nunda y. April If, 1M4 IS
Oil Men Take Dim View Of Tax Booklet Illustration CHOOSE .


By BARRY SCHWEID You could almost sense I note I house oil derricks off In the apparently exclusively by the, Caplin Insisted he Is Innocent which you find objectionable I EXPERIENCE!
WASHINGTON (AP-No one of accomplishment all the way distance curved swimming depletion provisions in the tax The picture was Intended only,will not be used In the future"I
t hoe ever been known to break up to Commissioner Mortimer pools and girls in bathing suits laws" "to add Interest and readabilityto !

, out laughing while preparing Ms M. Caplln front and center "Propaganda," said Jameson the text." he wrote Jameson, SENATE SEAT FOR LIFEIn I Elect
Income tax but the Internal "We see no justification for you
Revenue Service likes to pretend One Draws Fire Minor S. Jameson Jr? execu to relate swimming pools and not as "propaganda against the Nicaraguan government,'' !
VAUGHN
things aren't all that dreary. ,But an,illustration accompany live vice president of the Inde bikinis to oil and gas welts" oil and gas depletion provisions former presidents hold I senate: j| PAUL
t that ing pendent Petroleum Association But the nation'i No. 1 tax col. seat for life and the defeated
this an
So handy but explanation of
year oil, Others Join Protest
I gas of America, wrote Caplin the lector Isn't in the kind of job in the
terribly dull pamphlet, "Your and mineral depletion" struck runner-up presidential Polk Clerk of Circuit Court
a County
Federal Income Tax" wasspruced sour noteDepicted. Implication Is clear "that the affluent Oil country newspapers Joinedthe that collects friends So Caplin contest receives a senate seat
I life with private swimming protest So did Sen. John also thought it best to advise for six years, according to the .
with sketches .. ..._ .
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!' LAKELAND LEDGER. Thursday, April II.


. I Unisphere Follows Tradition Of Spectacular World's Fair Symbols I


By RALEIGH ALLSBROOK- member the huge stainless steel more lavish dazzling and fan It was made of 300,000 panes before and provided a note of
NEW YORK (AP) The globe showing all the continentsand tactic than the preceding. of glass and was so large-as the fantastic that became essential -
World' Fair opening this with three orbital rings. I The first fair was staged f fan In I long as six football fields-that In all subsequent fairs
11 month will be symbolized by There have been more than Immense and remarkable. full size trees grew under Its Opened by Queen Victoria, the
the Unisphere which stands for 30 world expositions since the building of Iron and glass, roof I show was an Immense success
peace through understanding I first was held in London in 1851,dubbed the Crystal Palace and It was unlike any building from the beginning, attracting

i For years_visitors .will re and. each-has tried to.be a little erected- In. .London's-. Hyde-- Park.. that_ _ever had_been- constructed six I million run spectators, during ItsH4day

There were 100,000 exhibits
land a multitude of fountains i, n,?o<, yl
lone spraying eau de cologne to
SAVE DURING APRIL ON i freshen f the atmosphere A new
I musical Invention, called the
Isaxaphone, Intrigued many visitors
,
Palace Later Moved

GENERAL ELECTRIC The Crystal Palace later was
moved to the outskirts of Lon
don, where It remained until
destroyed by fire In 1936
The French International Exposition
=- In Paris In 1855 offered .
-- --.... i ii immense exhibition space In / -
two big halls, many fine art displays
= and a fountain that ejected K Ia ,
artificial flowers
President Ulysses S. Grant
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t i opened,the Philadelphia Centen --. --
nial Exposition In 1876, It was
ROOM AIR the first of the really mammoth
fairs and Its five large structures TOP ATTRACTIONS AT OTHER WORLD'S FAIR A monorail train (lido seer tho Wl
and more than 100 smaller Sottlo World Fair, with tho 607-foot space ....olio with IN r...IYin. roitouraitt I h. kockiround.. I
ones occupied 60 acres. At right ft tho font oiomium, eeahrpi.c..1 tho Iruixli 1951 w.....'. F.ir. It', top ..11. 334fast
CONDITIONER ; The Gallery of Art still sur okar tho (round, coiitoiiwd .* oir-conditionod .....ur..t. (AP Wiroohoto
r4 vives and was the home of the
Philadelphia Museum until It
moved to its present site
The nearly 10 million visitors
e INSTANT INSTALLATION . thanks to got a look at another new Invention
built-in side closure panels and lightweight Thomas Edison's phonograph ,
.
construction.

e QUIET COOLING sleep undisturbed to S Actress Takes Ride
At Pans Exposition Universe
woke refreshed.
in 1878, the noted actress Ii
e AUTOMATIC THERMOSTAT . maintains Sarah Bernhardt became so i I'j
comfort level constantly. I3988FREE enthralled by a balloon exhibit
that she persuaded the balloonist 'jj t
I WASHABLE AIR FILTER . never needs to take her aloft for an aerial 'b !
replacement ONLY dinner and a broader look at
the big show
A YOUR Paris put on another Exposition .
SURVEY HOME Universelle In 1889 and the .yi
BUY NOW BEFORE HOT WEATHER 984-foot Elffel Tower went up as
the' center attraction and the
INSTANT CREDIT AND SAVE! world tallest structure.

During the month of April the City i Lakeland willNO Visitors to Chicago's Columbian
Exposition in 1893 saw the
MONEY DOWN pay you a $30. installation allowance I you buy a electric light powered by a new
230 volt electric air conditioner or a $10. allowance generator created by George ;
Up To 36 Months To Pay On if you purchase a 11S volt unit. Buy now and Westinghouse and got a chance -
to try the Ferris wheel, the diz
City's Easy Credit Terms be for
Thrifty ready warm weather ahead. west of all rides up to that ? s
time l
I The Pan American ExpositionIn %
Buffalo In 1901 featured an ,
( electric tower emphasizing the _
fLpZlles lima Importance of electric power
from nearby Niagara Falls
A tragedy marred the show
President McKinley was shot by
'Tenuous Auuie firm,," at Discount I'rise." 'an assassin at the Temple of
Music on Sept ( and died eight
LAKELAND WINTER HAVEN days later, t

1102 E. Memorial Blvd. Phone MU 6-5185 6th & Ave. K, N.W. Phon. CY 3-4129 WHITE HOUSE WEDDING
First wedding ever held in the IYI-CATCHERS AT OTHER WORLD'S FAIRS The rrylo and Mr.iphtr, Uft, marked.
MON.. THURS.- FRI. 9 to 9 MON. THURS.- FRI. 9 to 9 White House was the marriage the th..... o( the 1939 Worlds Foir In N.w York, .t the Ii.. ., tho 1964.19U Worlds Fair
r TUES. WED. SAT. 9 to 6 TUES. WED. SAT. 9 to 6 of Dolly Madison widowed which oooni ills month At light Is the liMtl Towor in Porn which highlighted tho EipoiittON I
sister Lucy to Thomas
Judge
Unlvonolli In 1'''. . ITodd of Kentucky.
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WHO 'Food In Many Varieties At FairBy I

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THE HECK FRANCIS STILLEY Those with a thirst, also will Hashemite Kingdom of Jor
NEW YORK (AP)-It won't I find plenty In numerous cock dan Restaurant, .featuring Jor
take 80 days to make a trip tail lounges and bars of the for danian food-50 cents to $2
ARE around the world at the New eign countries House of Japan Restaurant,
York World's Fair. I The foreign exhibits will be with both Japanese and interna
But even in a few days the free. Prices for food and entertainment tional dishes, music- and dance
visitor may feel as though he for range from ing, typical Japanese floor
has enjoyed a globecirclingtour modest to expensive. shows-a la carte items from 25
THE DODGE BOYS ? lasting a much longer; Examples: to 95 cents; complete lunch
time African Tree House
: Restaurant from $120( to $220( ; complete
The gourmet can get his Ml, with foods and entertain, dinner $3 to $7.50.
from Danish buffet to Cantonese ment Indigenous to the African An outstanding edifice will be
and from Jordanian delicacies continent-average meal $4 In the Vatican Pavilion, On display
(YOU ASK) to Pakistani pickles. eluding one drink _ will be Michaelangos famous

WE ARE HANDSOME statue, the Pieta


THE DODGE BOVS HONEST STRONG! TRUE BLUE C c aRluEwEA ER LOVE! I Spain Spain, too,Exhibits will exhibit Art some

1 priceless paintings by Goya, el
j : a GENEROUS 1fir MARY CARTER .. Greco, Velazquez and Zubaran
// / and the works of contemporaryartists

c3:::::) KIND oB ..w:=M.A rw':_::w.wr.".:_:_ PAINTS .' W Miro.The United such as Arab Picasso Republicwill and

1a. feature the atmosphere of
OIL BASE INTERIOR LATEX
Old Cairo and treasures from
HOUSE PAINT WALL PAINT the Valley of the Nile; Jordan

[wlNw MITIIW INN/OTN1 TWIT o .Ntllll.T.e [.......,...... the Dead Sea Scrolls: the Republic
/ Hlrl.. wra CAN 11 .._.. NIeYllrO of China a collection of
V eI.IIMT d71tt' I/1.11 jade and
_' N ln lit II precious jewelry
Itt1 pUNIN. 'NU'II... ...,.... A typical Flemish village has
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3 [ I aht so /LM'wl been set up by Belgium.
ll I rqMII/N l C.! 4llWe1la 1 About half the 50 states also
Y r.Illlr} '" ItlT "AN Y.w..nurr '
". ""N 10.. will be .
11IIIII.. ". "N. represented with pavilions
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w.aWLN O tell
r.1..IT wlr.u 1-Y. na.u. The purpose will be to show
wull.ua their products natural resources
/ $698 2 L FREE $698 2 k FREE recreational features
i and industry, Many also will
ONE COAT SPECIAL QUART PRICE! have restaurants featuring
CIYLIC LATEX HOUSI PAINT dishes popular in their regions.
2 FOR 1 LOW PRICE
tar ,. I nub Some will have entertainment.
tars ur/a.rcr Prices run the scale for meals
a uu.aIWW M TRIM AND DECK O .oa Z4 and special shows.Abe .
S .LL wuun ENAMEL *ANO
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NcoT . ww1 tar Lincoln Animated
'kM h WNyT11 N.nwN SEMI-GLOSS ,oi$049 I The Illinois Pavilion will havea
2
JUST THE SELLIN'EST DEALIN'EST .i 1 /N Yu .N=' INAMILPREMIUM L life.size, animated figure of
.. I ur rn.usmr/aN.c.; HIGH Abraham Lincoln created by
o .... .W w.ns GLOSS ENAMEL 2 .01'299 the Walt Disney organization
BUNCH OF DODGE DEALERS IN HISTORY CLl...... IoLSO QUA.n o. 00515Q It will talk, sit, stand, make

(THAT'S Vl7'HOI) $ 98 IVERY FREE INTlmOK Ape IXTHIOR PAINT gestures smile, chuckle, turn
O 2.4GIoL BUY 2 AND SAVI sad The utterances will be ex
cerpts from Lincoln
I tc-- speechesand

THE THE THE THE ''I TURPENTINE FREE! Louisiana sayings Is recreating a pore

(CALLOW R't tion of the Vieux Carree sectionof
DODGE DODGE DODGE DODGE i Kit, I.J5 art 7in. Roller New Orleans, complete with

BOYS BOYS BOYS BOYS I I With Purchase the atmosphere of Bourbon
($) 2 Gallons Street, Dixieland Jazz and the
S1'Li4rrIIF: CFFtltFRICES GIn:TOP ARE READY carnival spirit of the Mardi

GngA1. NE'V RIGHt IN LINE WITH ?R1D&INDOL1/1>< TO OUT.DEAL l2 Mary Carter Paint Gras

04 DODGE THE LOW PRICE 3 II Ton ANYBODY :OMPLETE LINI OF OTHER INTERIOR AND EXTERIOR PAINTS

(like crazy) {,guess who} (they're all heart) (this drive competition nub) Man And Wife

Fleming Brothers To Make Team'

S999 998999S 9 99 In Art ShowPOINT
1127 Lakeland Hills Blvd. Ph. MU 2-8764

see your local DODGE BOY!} ALSO PLANT CITY -The festival LOOKOUT.of arts Mo.at(AP the)
BUNKER HILL INC. School of the Ozarks Is getting
HE'S COT THE CAR YOU WANI1 THE PRICE YOU WANT! THE KIND OF DEAL YOU WANT 702 S. Collins St. Ph. 7528281e. two organists for the price of
one April 25.Organist .
Box 1105
._.!1.- 71 Bert Buhrman, who
> 302 West Lemon Street Lakeland, Flo. --- was to perform alone, fractured

J (ONE OF THE DODGE OVIR 1,000 Mcuq Ccwtoi: his right foot and needs Mrs.
BOYS) (
r'," ;; .j Buhrman, also an organist, beside
STORES COAST TO COAST him to manipulate the
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r LAKEIANO LEDGER. Thursday April II, 1M4 11
U.S.
Taking Soft

Ancient Russian Drink May Soon Be Marketed Abroad I

Line On Moroccan

By THEODORE SHABAO :go over beautifully on the Mendeleyev 19th century RusIlan dren and adults alike I the drink is made with wheat, leg the drink in rural areas is
MOSCOW world market"To chemist and Inventor of the' Its color range was described while the darker hue comes to soak stale, black bread in
Trade With : national- drink An ancient known Russian -I whet the appetite of ruble- periodic table who once said as ranging from a dark shade from rye the more commonlyused water later adding malt, flour
as
Commies Kvass" soon rival Coca- conscious policy makers lives he had been "brought up on like root beer to a light golden Ingredient The amount of and sugar I
Cola on may the world market if tia pointed out that the Coca- Kvass" color similar to a very light fermentation also makes the alcoholic Russians! often add additional
Cola Company In 1962 was in The newspaper said that Kyass beer. content a variable. sugar or honey to sweeten
By LEWIS CUUCK ficlals indicated the Moroccan Izvestia, has the its government newspaper 92nd place among the U.S's 500 contains no alkaloids such as The__lighter _color results if __One common method of_mak_ Kvass
Associated way. - --- -- -------
Press Writer shipment was low grade ore largest corporations in the dollar caffeine or theobromine. The
The
has announced that
WASHINGTON (AP) Two which would hardly be of value after paper volume of sales. paper said that Kvass acts in-
nine of research the
months after the "deadline" in atomic weaponry. Soviet Union's years Soft Drink Instl! "It' has passed such concerns stead as a tranquilizer. Wiilaa &r<7
the United States Is still trying If the cobalt shipment had no tote had developed a competitive -' as Studebaker Reynolds Metals Izvestia added that the new
to cajole Morocco Into avoidinga strategic importance. Washing commercial method for and Kaiser Aluminum." Izvcs process would enable four or YOU CAN'T BEAT THIS VALUE
cutoff of U.S. aid by ordering ton could still withhold a formal making Kvass, a popular drink tia noted triumphantly. 'Coca- five Kvass-extract! factories to
Moroccan ships to steer clear decision on applying/ the Battle of low alcoholic content made Cola bas moved beyond the supply all the soft drink bottling ALL NEW
of CUba. Act 4s an added lever in trylnj of malt rye flour and sugar. boundaries of America and has plants of the Soviet Union -
Present prospects are that to induce the Moroccans to end The newspaper said an Ausrlan .' become widespread in Europe. replacing the primitive KEYSTONETurret
Morocco will continue to receive their shipping to Cuba. concern had already appiled The newspaper was all set wooden barrels on wheels from
U.S. assistance which On another item going to Red for a license and unidenti- with marketing slogans.'Kvass : which Kvass is now being dispensed
topped ITS million last year although 'China-the Viscount passenger fled Italians and Americans bad invigorates, refreshes in communal drinking Home Movie Outfit
the North African coun- airliners sold by Britain-U.S. "expressed interest. I and stills the thirst; it is glasses.
try has run Into double trouble officials have ruled that the Battle Accusing Soviet Industrial bureaucrats -tasty and aromatic." it said Kvass Is Fermented Complete
with i-antl-communist embargo Act was not violated. It was of slowing the introduction Attributing almost eversal medicinal Kvass combines some of the $7995KEYSTONE
laws.Clampdown. also stated by U.S. authoritiesthat of the new process bestla powers to the drink which qualities of wine hard cider and
the planes as delivered to has a sour sweet taste and the
Preferred held out the prospect of American soft drinks Some
Peking did not US- smell of freshly baked rye i IexwB'
carry large hard-currency profits to Kvass drinkers described the
Administration officials said manufactured navigational I bread. Izvestia added: No Money Down $2 Weekly
be derived from exports of the Soviet drink as tasting like a
they would prefer a Moroccan equipment barred from Red
drink. : Helps Digestion combination of the three.
clampdown on Cuban commerceto China under U.S. law. "Kvass Is an excellent Kvass is found in several va-
beneficial effect
either of the alternatives allowed drlnk'1_ "It has a on
the said, "it riches depending on how it Is
newspaper and kills
'wouldl
the digestive organs f
laws by congress-passed aid harmful bacteria. It regulatesthe made and the ingredients used. rr
provisions. It is fermented like wine and
These alternatives are: (1) Garner School metabolism and the func hard cider and sold and consumed
An end to U.S. aid or (2) A determination Greek Ship lions of the central oxidation nervous sys and as a soft drink to chUf -
by President John. tern. It promotes
that U.S. aid reduction processes in the respiratlon .
son should be continued PTA Schedules
Takes CobaltTo of living cells It aids -
as Important to U.S. security
the normal deposition/ of calcium -
in
even though Moroccan
vessels still Ball to Castro land. Supper TonightWINTER in bone tissue and improves -. GLI .
Slow-moving U.S.* Moroccan Red ChinaHONG tha activity of" the cardiovascular

diplomatic talks may finally system
HAVEN-A spa- For a testimonial Izvestia
come to a head over the next KONG (AP) The ghettl supper sponsored by turned to the writings of Dmitri .
few days The Moroccan ambassador Greek ship Master George Gamer Elementary School : __f hi I 4v ky Candidate_ )....-

is expected back from touched off a diplomatic incI- I PTA will be held tonight, beginning -
Rabat with new instructionsfrom dent last January when it sailed at S:30. BALDWINPIANOS LENS
his borne .
government from Morocco with a of
The
cargo supper is one of the TURRET CAMERA WITH
Meanwhile newsmen have 4000 tons of high-grade cobalt few fund-raising activities the ELECTRIC EYE
been unable to get any an. for Red China I diplomaticsources school holds. Price for tickets I i' METER
nouncement. to how two U.Slaws in Hong Kong reported will be II for adults; 75 cents 1 kinds.!abets..m..tI set*.| KEYSTONE
will be carried out In cases today. for children. : Grands, Consoles, THESE ACCESSORIES INCLUDED: MAGNASCOPE PROJECTOR

involving 1. The aid Morocco law which: provided year-old The incident American involving embargo the 14-on from Tickets Tony's can Pharmacy be obtained An- Spinets, Studios Reel and can @) 50 ft Cartoon Film with fast rewind, brilliant 500 watt pictureMovie

for a U.S. aid cutoff to any shipment of strategic materialsto derson Drugs, Touchton Scene Record Book /W r _ _
country which 'failed to take Red China was hushed up at Drugs any of the Gamer Group Organ Lessons Each Tues. Night 7:30 p.m. Free developing l J
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appropriate steps" by Feb. 14 I Full and Zal. ..
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the time. teachers or may be purchasedat for one year of ad fha film you buy year guarantee Kiyitone
to prevent its ships from going the door. Sis It teday oft
consulate
The American general -
to Cuba. Two more Moroccan and Hong Kong's British Tony Kalogrlda. Glen Hicks LONNELL INC. '-112 Tumi Hem. Mowl.i Outfit
vessels picked up Cuban sugar government still refuse to discuss Eloy Delgado and Mrs. Lisle K-26X fl.I Th,.. less Turn Com.r ,*i', A
that month. it in detaiL Davis are on the working 500 S. Florida Arc. MU 2.3191 with ....... K-62M M.fjnicopProjector. a
2. The Battle Act which bars committee for the supper. Cortovn film, Rtl sad
US. assistance to any country Freighter DivertedBut The school is located on Oras* Md "... Keaa'averftri fer F.//k e....,, Cu, Mvl' Setae Rtcerd look
688-3504
M-2. 122 E. Main St. Ph.
which sends
strategic goods to
the Reds. A Moroccan shipmentof that diplomatic the U.: S sources, government report Havendale Blvd. CC"_ _c-. .. = _c C __._.._ _. _ ____ ___ _______

cobalt has Just arrived in learned of the cobalt shipment
Red China.In while the Master George was

State applying Department the aid announcedFeb. law the diplomatic on the high representations seas. Following In RCARINC 1b 2- AIIVIEIR i A\IR\Y

18 that U.S. aid to Britain, Athens the freighter was diverted .
France and Yugoslavia was being to Hong Kong.

terminated. The amounts I Cobalt is a strategic alloy used
involved were small. Soon harden steel Highly refined
to
thereafter the Spanish aid program cobalt can be used in the manu OVER 1000 FREE PARKING r
much declared OPEN TONITE 'TIL 9 t
-continuing larger because was Spain facture of nuclear bombs. SPACES DOWNTOWN 6 TO 9
ChInese Communist -
representatives
had taken
"appropriate steps'
to
protested
reportedly
against shipping goods to Cuba.
consul-general in
the Greek
On Morocco the State Department ,
the diversionof
against
Hong Kong
position baa been that no
new U.S. aid commitments will the ship. Some 200 Greek-fla
reported under charter
be entered Into pending! "further vessels are ennetii
or contract to the Chinese
clarification of steps which they
have taken." Communists and Peking apparentry ALWAYS FIRST
on the QUALITY
applied
pressure
.
Press Officer Richard L Phillips r '
Greek
said "we hope to be more government
forthcoming" about the aid law After a twiwreek delay the
application after congressional Greek government cleared the
committees were informed, but Master George to tail to the ,
in the two Intervening months South China port of Canton.A _.
has declined to give reporters Hong Kong government \ wv t
further details. spokesman confirmed that the p
The case of the cobalt shipment Muter George had passed L iA
has officially been "in through Hong Kong. He declinedto \ _
consultation with the Moroccan comment on its cargo and t
government" at least since old' his government took no .. I S
March 5, following a news story action because the cargo was
saying the Greek freighter Master not transshipped in Hong Kong,
George was on its way from did not originate here and wa
Morocco to Red China. not destined here.
If the Greek government had
Cobalt Used la Steel decided to impound the vessel,

U.S. sources suggest that the the Hong Kong government
cobalt shipment was not of high would have been placed In an
strategic importance. Although embarrassing position because
Communist China is assumed to of its relations with Red China f.y r
tt
be trying! to develop an atom and its dependence on the Chi #
bomb experts said much more nese Communists for imports or
than one shipload of cobalt ore Food and water.
would be needed to make a The Greek government's action
deadly cobalt coat for a nuclear saved the Hong Kong gov
device. eminent from having to makea 4
Cobalt is commonly used In decision on. the disposition of 3''y3/ '' f t{
steel manufacturing U. 5. !>!- the vesseL t
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:1 and studied the operations -
s of the Clerks' offices I

in both Hills.
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; borough and Orange Ct

> counties and compared .
r' them with ours. Sizeable as..ri. ( I y

.t savings can be ,

mode through conscientious -

attention to WALK SHORTS

I Imp r o v ed personneland e
office procedures.To f'1\

this I pledge myself

as your Clerk." 1 \ ,. 1 j Our summer shaded walk shorts of Dacron*

polyester and lOOSo cottons couldn't be

CIaAhcSDJtQ ) $ $ more cool and calculatedly! core.free. Boost

wash 'n wear with dry-In-a-breeze ability,

f, CHARGE! Little or no Ironing needed. Keep their crisp
good looks oil leisure long. wfyled handsomely .

CLARK STONE is your STEPPING f Your Shorts in your choice of two smart models;

efficiencyecon Now Pay the continental or university grad. Both casually .
STONE to cooperation- Later! correct. Colors? Select from medium)

omy as Clerk of the Circuit Court. t To and dark deftly blended plaids or distinctive

solids. Add up to a cool short story with

a great punch line. . Sizes 28 to 42.

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Thursday LAKELAND April I6. JM4 LEDGER, Let's Play Bridge '13 Candidates Would Repeal Auto Tag Hike I



ExperimentsFor I J EDITOR'S NOTE The six: state. He proposed that one-, and Intend to yield grudgingly contribute to the cost of their necessary" to be increasingtaxes

Democratic and three Republican third of the revenue remain In I insofar as this policy Is con government." ,

Gemini ..... By ALAN TRUSCOTT candidates for governor of the county collected and earmarked cerned." Belly Hit Loopholes Rep Charles Holley of Plnel-

By ALAN TRUSCOTT Florida responded to an Associated for industrial development Mayor Robert King High of Sea. Scott Kelly of Lakeland: las County: Instead"I will I veto any

Teams ToldBy Press request for their recreation or public Miami: "I will oppose any further "If additional revenue is justified new taxes proposewe
Among the participants In TODAY'S HAND Issues cut out improper and luxury-
positions on seven major health. The other two thirds l consumer taxes until those I would favor closing some
the World Team Olympiad NORTH facing' the next administration. would go 'to the state general (unidentified) special, Interest of the loopholes that exist in our type spending. I would" repealthe
VERN A A72 tax.
HAUGLAND
Each Issue and the candidates' fund.H. intangibles
which starts In New York groups which have never paid present tax structure. He did
Associated Press Writer City May 1 there will be teams tf 1084 viewpoints will be discussed In B. (Bob) Foster of Fort, their fair share of the state tax not elaborate. r
.
WASHINGTON W-The Space AQ73 separate dispatches. Today's In- Myers Beach, a Republican, will I
from a number of small and 4872 burden are made to pay. I Sen. John Mathews of Jacksonville PoliceSuspension
Agency disclosed yesterday that stallment discusses revenue. was the only other candi fight for the repeal of the auto : "I can only hope that Negro
the first two-man team to ride geographically isolated countries WEST EAST date favoring a severance tax mobile tax Increase voted by the increased revenue from

a Gemini spacecraft into orbit They suffer from the AKQ884 A J 1093 TALLAHASSEE (AP) rFlor- Other candidates Raid they 1963 Legislature.. tax sources will meet present.

will conduct experiments on the double disadvantage of havinga VA7 VQI32JS42 da'i nine candidates for governor wanted a general study of the mands for the immediate .
Fred Karl of Volusla Is
effects of space radiation and limited reservoir of players, K6 leaned toward revenue state's tax structure before considering Rep If they do not, I will not hesitate Upheld
"I do not feel that new
weightlessness on human blood and from lack of International 103 965 promising to repeal some taxes new taxes County: to recommend new tax

cells and on the growth of sea competition. Strength breeds SOUTH (D) and not to levy others-as the All candidates favored economy taxes will be necessary; but if sources that will put Florida HUNTSVILLE Ala. (AP-
and fact that the the services the state must provide The permanent suspension of
the
strength, meansof
urchin cells.Altronauts. .8 age-old political means of luring in government as a back the status
on pay-as-you-go
our people, such as Increased of Huntsvllle'a
leading United States and the two original
Virgil I. Grisson votes securing more cash to run further indebted
V KJ93 .. I to
prefer
.
and John W Young are scheduled ., European players can play 1095 But. In Florida, the questionof state: education facilities require I can only promise that three Negro policemen has been
new taxes, then I shall ness. Council and the
upheld by City ,
their
to make the three-orb! regularly against peers AKQJ4 taxes has not fired up the political Positions' Listed this would be a fair tax under
meet my responsibility as governor third has resigned.The .
them.
is of to
great Importance
night late this
year. to the fever be sacred
stumpers of which there would no
Neither side vulnerable. Here are the ,candidates' positions and recommend those
was
The astronauts will expose a Nevertheless, it will be surprising other years. : council voted unanimously
on the question of revenue: taxes. But I shall insist that all cows.
.!x-ounce container of white if the Big Four, United The bidding: The main tax issue so Jar has REPUBLICANS'Ken in a closed-door session Mon.

blood cells to a radiation source States, Britain, France and South West North East been ,the recently Increased DEMOCRATS: taxes be fair and equitable and Folks of Orlando "Re- day night to uphold Chief Floyd
Burns of Jack. reasonable and that the funds
for about one hour during their Italy, do not drop valuable 14 1 A 1 N.T, 2 A automobile license tag fee which ,Mayor Haydon distribution of the tax revenues, Dyar's suspension of Carl Bailey
sonville "In the the are A must
wisely
event spent
: way
night. points at some stage to one 2 V Pass 4. Pass three candidates have promisedto present should preclude any additional and John Christmas. After
studies for and re be found to Insure that local
They will also carry a 10 or another of the small countries 4 V Pass 5 A Pass try to repeal. The three were economy is Its taxes" I the hearing Charles Huggins re
alignment of revenue show that government contributing
ounce cylinder containing urchin that is making its Inter Pass Pass Rep. Fred Karl of Volusla County -the state cannot conscientiouslymeet fair share to the cost of local H. B. (Bob) Foster of Fort signed.

egg samples that are fertilized national debut. West led the king of spades. Sen. Scott Kelly of Lakelandand the demands of our citizens services while maintaining the Myers Beach: "The presentsources : Dyar suspended the men April

before launch as well as some Not counting the special Mayor Robert King High of with existing tax sources, homestead exemption. I shall of taxes so far as I am 6. He said they refused to leave

that are fertilized during weight cases of Great Britain, Ireland has Miami. None of the other candidates concerned, have been about ex- his office when he asked them
of five clubs the
a good I would not hesitate to recommend not hesitate to make necessary I
lessness. and Australia there are mentioned it. In favor of some to after listening to their grievances .
hausted. I am
chance of success if the queenof an Increase In taxes or the changes, no matter how
Danger To Be ProbedOn five teams, each of which represents hearts Is favorably placed. All came out strongly, though, imposition of new taxes," Burns drastic they appear if they will economy that would make it un- about working conditions
the second manned Gemini an island or a against extending the 3
groupof cent
East and West did their obstructive per stressed that he wanted a full result in a fair and equitable
flight probably in 1965 an as- Islands: Bermuda, Jamaica, sales tax to groceries and medi-
scale of the state's tax formula by which our people
first study
best the
on Need Cask T. Pay HIM ,
the Phil
yet unnamed astronaut team will Netherlands-Antilles, cines, saying they would opposeit
round of bidding, and set structure before levying any
conduct the most ambitious ippines and the Republic of vigorously.
South a problem. Three hearts new taxes. 'Andorra is a country covering wrn
space photography experiments China. Veto Pledged I Bud miles in the eastern M :
was perhaps a slight overbid, Former Sen Fred 0 ( ) 191 square o
yet attempted and will Investigate The two last named have Republican Rep. Charles Holey -
Dickinson of West Palm Beach: Pyrenees between Spain and
but in view + f
a one See
of necessary It The Man To
the danger of man-made the advantage playing annually of Pinellas County said he
of the possibility that North. "I am opposed to any new taxes France. .
lighting In space in the Far East championship would veto any new taxes; and AT !
South held fit in hearts.At .
The photographic experimentswill and the Philippines a Kelly said he would veto a tax

Include pictures of the competed in the I960( World this second turn, North on groceries and medicine. ACCEPTANCECORPORATION

earth's weather systems and Team Olympiad in Turin, should probably have jumped High proposed a severance 'lEtstEE"JAMSSi'J. ,

also of the earth's terrain.A Italy directly to five clubs. South'i tax on the removal of timber ; ;

specially built 70()-mm. cam- But the most successful of bidding had guaranteed at and minerals from their natural :. ; OP FLORIDA
the islanders least 5-card club suit and tl ,
era using an 80 mm focal length may turn out tobe a' '
lens and a variety of filters and the Bermudians, whose North's A-Q and ace were TIMELY TUNING' FORK R0PJN' COMPARE nusa LOW LOW PAYMENTS

available photo- open team is under the non. sure to be valuable In the Advanced electronic watchesdo cASN 24 CASs' le c.SN 12vs.
commercially .set ue ra Nt MonMt Yee et u1Mssoo.oo +
playing captaincy of this play. Four diamonds was with conventional hairsprings Sy
will be usedto away -
optical equipment sroo.ro $2s00 slsoss sins
view and photograph selected writer, The Bermudian squad meant as a waiting bid, and and balance wheels by :'Y ':,, nc : oll s32.w sr0031 s10Conve"m
srtnoo 5te 525044 $1500
objects In space and to compare Includes a player of great came to the same thing in using, Instead, a tiny nickel alloy .
what the men say they can see ability and experience !in Nor. the end at the cost of confusing tuning fork which. when 'j-AX;: l $$ES R: ; ?long CARL t. WHAirOMIM

on the earth with what Is obtained man Bach, who was captain South. activated by an electric power LOANS IN OTHER AMOUNTS OR FOR OTIEtS MMWMtitlVn*
ARC COMPARABLE '
for Great Britain in the 1938 Some careful planning was source, vibrates up to 50,000 ; : PERIODS I DAT SHVICI
by photographs. "tS u, tttut' r1
To Be Measured and 1939 European champion. needed in five clubs after a times each second and activates r'rJs' 'l r txp l c 217 S. TENNESSEE, LAKELAND MU 2-3168
Charges "M,""' .., t."It .
The astronauts will measure ships and who organized the spade lead. To draw trumpsat the timekeeping mechanism.
first post-war world championship once would be a mistake
electrostatic charges in the
held in Bermuda in because of the entry shortagein
spacecraft to evaluate the dan-
1950. The Bermudians have dummy to play hearts. The
of a lightning-like electrical
ger benefited from their New heart eight was therefore led
discharge between two objects
York contacts; two of their and run at the second trick
in during docking maneuv
space leading players, Malcolm Mar. forcing West's ace. South
ers.
tin and William Tucker are ruffed the spade return and
They also will gather addition.
well known at the Regency drew trumps. By finessing the
al data the radiation to evaluate -
on Club, and a number of New diamond ten he was able to ONLY YOUR PLYMOUTH DEALER HAS
the at the skin
dosage surface -
Yorkers travel to the island hold his diamond losses to
and below the skin surface
regularly for the annual tour one trick and thanks to de
Another Gemini will
flight nament. clarer's foresight, the heart

carry nine experiments in photography Tucker was the declarer in ten was still in dummy permitting
of the earth of the the deal shown South
today played to pick up
1 zodiacal lIght-a faint light seen in a Bermudian practice session East's queen.; If the heart ten

In the sky near the sun-the air last Friday. It is slightly had been played carelessly at

glow horizon which represents doubtful whether North-South the second trick instead of the

a faint background Illumination should attempt to make a eight the contract would have iii
of the night sky and photographs game but the actual contract been lost.
to measure the altitudesof

of cloud tops.

23 Experiments Made

I Space The National Administration Aeronautics said it and has 1

elected 23 scientific and technological [i: ABOUT
experiments from Q ADVERTISING

among almost 100 submitted for

the early Gemini flights. AMewa"neurWdeA Cheer
.t am m ip The first Gemini test night

last week an unmanned orbital

mission contained no scientific Q My husband, an,engineer of cost and why should anyone IrITIF:

experiments.The and my son, who Is a assume Its advertising is

second Gemini mission, student of marketinghad a designed to lower Us price?

an unmanned suborbital night rather heated discussion on Actually its advertising is

next summer will study new whether advertising resultsIn designed to show why the

techniques for eliminating radio higher or lower prices. product is worth the price
communications Their argument became M asked for It.)
blackout during Involved that they soon lost Moat firms Invest some of
spacecraft reentry into the at. me. However. I have thought the savings of mass product

mosphere. about the question, and I'm tion in better quality or

puzzled. Since advertising better design or better packaging .
costa a lot of money, how so that the product

can It possibly lower might have a competitive yd "P, s
TodayIn prices advantage over others In the

field. As a result of this

Your husband,engineer, competitive struggle, the entire -
A, knows how much lets level of values offered

It costs to make a product by that type of product has

HistoryBy bv machine, than by hand. Improved.

But before a man Invests In Young mothers today can

THE ASSOCIATED PRESS a machine, he needs confidence buy far better baby foods, In

Today is Thursday April 16, that he will sell enoughof far greater variety than ten

the 107th day of 1964. There are the product to keep the years ago Incidentally they

259 days left in the year. machine busy. Some of our are paying far less for these ON THE TEST TRACK CHAMP !*
largest
Today's highlight In history: businesses were widely advertised brands
founded In basement than they would be
workshops paying:
On this date in 1789, George
by men who made It the original method of
Washington left his beloved their products at night and selling baby foods without

Mount Vernon for the long journey sold them during the day. advertising had been followed "' .
to New York. He was to be Their success in selling the wagon delivery to homes ,? :',

inaugurated as our first president product gave them the confidence The purpose of advertising Iso '

on April 30 to Invest their life's ( tell of the total value a 1"I.
: ,.
* savings in better equipment.Tney product has to otter When ,
Oa this date: then hired a salesman low price Is one of those

In 1789, the first "All American thin more salesmen and as values advertising helps ,. ,
Play." called "The Conquest their business grew, they make that low price possi

," was produced in New expanded their plant, invested ble. t

York City The play was writ- In more and better ,
equipment, and Installed better .
ten in America by an Americanand
systems helping reducethe .
presented with American cost of making; each unit Q what benefit do COI1SUI'ftot'fI

actors.In .. This, briefly, Is the heartof set from such advertising

1862 Napoleon the Third the mass.production principle as that of the New ,/, _
declared war against Juarez in on which vast industries York Life Insurance Company 1

Mexico.In operate. which talks about careers : t,
1941, steel prices were But all these steps to reduce lit different businesses? I . rt
frozen by the government. the cost of making a product should think that would only to tH.' :

In 1944, the Russians recap- In quantity are based on the make me pay higher premi 4 ,____

tured the Crimean port of Yal ability to sell goods In that ums. .'it . PAA
tat quantity. Here Is where advertising +.. .(.' ';'
: ,
In 1947 Texas Tex., was comes in. "
City. It depends on your dells! .
destroyed In an explosion and Let us say your husband **.don of "benefit."The girl ,'1'J : ,,
Yes the
fire that killed more than 600 would Invented be a useful tine product to minions that who had rejected a marriage ,. , same model Plymouth that beat Ford and Chev

persons. of housewives all over the 'proposal because her young rolet on test tracks around the country can be purchased
* man was studying to be a

Ten years ago-New Haven most country.efficient He also factory planned to a minister and who changed ,, ", '. right in our showroom The tests were of "things you buy

Railroad stockholders elected a make that her mind alter reading New t ,.
slate of directors favorable to lowest cost 'product possible. at"That the York Lite's ad on the clergy: ,I I''?, ,; a car for"-acceleration, handling, braking and economy

railroad expert Patrick McGln Isn't the problem he would' of as benefit.a career The found teachers one kind and ;;'r : Plymouth won the greatest number in all tests conducted.

ills, giving McGinnis control of say, "but how can we sell \ ,
Individuals
who have
the road. that quantity at the lowest re )
quested forty.five minion reprints eAt Plymouth's request Nationwide Consumer T.stinglnstitute bought the
ago-Convicts at possible cost to the
Five
years womenwho of the ads have obviously comparably equipped V-8s directly from dealer showrooms
hired
the drivers
the Montana State Prison I In haven't even heard of ,
found some benefit In .. supplied the officials, made the rules and
supervised the
Deer Lodge started a riot, the product? The answer la r entire competition.
advertising the Information.. New York t L \ See your Plymouth Dealer for details of "Test Track, U. S. A."
held
and out
seized 23 hostages Life began this special advertising .
The final r
of
price
for 36 hours. every campaign ten years
product Includes all the
One year ago-Internationa costs ago and has since published

Monetary Fund officials found of with making all these and sell.ng costs,It. But messages about fifty.four SEE YOUR RED-HOT PLYMOUTH DEALER
most
more than $4>/S million missing products' born of mass professions written by top NOW !

from the National Bank of Katanga cost far less than production K people In each Bold.

since Its secession from the article had not been Consumers who are In no
ended in January, way Involved In a yonngater's
the Congo publicized to the public,
choice of career maybe
through advertising.
totally Indifferent to the
CLAIM SETTLEDLOS It you'want' to enliven the
ANGELES (AP-Greg father and son discussion advertising campaign. But
tll.Deem't INC.
worry about the HAROLD FUSSELL
ory (Pappy) Boyington, World (after al. why shouldn't ,effect on these premiums ta

War II Marine Corps air ace, you?), you might ask If there any case Since the campaign ,

has agreed to pay $1,000 to set aren't companies whose goal! began In 1953, the company 411 N. Florida Avenue Lokelond, Flo.II .
tie the claim of his estranged It ta to make the finest reports premiums have been

wife Dolores, for temporary al product possible regardless ;reduced.

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I Future Gardeners Invited t Shower Set TomorrowFor Thursday LAKELAND, April II, 1164 LEDGER.II j

To Flower w I II.P I
Spring ExhibitFuture t Miss Celia WillisA

gardeners and flower the Lakeland area, as well as sl
arrangers have been Invitedto all students In the home economics tt 3i1kl..f miscellaneous shower William Boston Mrs. E. M. D
be guest of the Garden classes, according to !ti { ; honoring Miss Celia Willis, Stephens, Mrs. Frank Ermens,
Club of Lakeland Inc., at its Mrs. O. Fenton Wells, gen Aa bride-elect of Frank Ziegele, Mrs Arthur Rich, Mrs.
annual spring flower show eral chairman of the show. will be held tomorrow nightat Charles Howard, Mrs. Horace i
Saturday and Sunday at the The girls will register at the S o'clock in the communityroom Hancock.
Garden Center: Orange Streetat door for their school The of Lakeland Federal Mrs. W. W. McCall, Mrs.
Lake Avenue. school with the most registrations Savings and Loan Association. Henry Bond, Mrs. George Edwards mu m
Invitations have been ex will receive a flower Hostesses for the event will Mrs. George Doehring,
tended to all members of the container for use in the school. be Mrs. T. A. Gilbreath, Mrs. Mrs. John P. Flanagan Mrs. Look at a person
Future Homemakers Clubs In The show will be open to Earl E Shepherd, Mrs. JamesA. E. P. Moore, Mrs. W. R. when talking The
the public Saturday from 3 Taylor and Mrs. D. H. Mustlan, Mrs. Ray Nailllng, averted Indicates
PEO SisterhoodLAKE until 9 p.m and Sunday from Trentham. Mrs. Morris Northington, Miss gaze
1 until 7pm.Alpha Carrying out the pink and Claudia Ziegele, Miss Judy Insincerity or lack of
WALES Three white color scheme, the re- Shepherd Miss Ruth Bryan, interest
new members were initiatedinto freshment table will be laid Miss Jerry Jones, Miss Doris
Chapter CD of the PEO Delta KappaLAKE with a white lace cloth over Woodward, Miss Enza Lou
Sisterhood at their meeting WALES Mrs. Evan pink. Table appointments will Ogline, Mrs. Thomas Morri $3
this week at the home of Mrs. Reese has been elected presi I be in milk glass. son, Mrs. John Moats, Miss
W. C. Storandt in Indian Lake dent of Alpha Delta Kappa, Assist In Hospitalities Frances Seaman, Mrs. Harold
Estates. Two of the Initiatesare teachers' sorority, for a two- Miss Judy Shepherd will Mills Mrs. John Powers and PER WEEK!!I
daughters of chapter year term. keep the guest book. Deborah Miss Catherine Craig.
members. Serving with her will be Gilbreath and Hope Willis
Mrs. Charles Buhrman, Mrs. Tom Freeman, vice also will assist In hospitalities.The tBiJdItL
daughter of Mrs. O T. Bryan; president, Miss KInniard Hart, guest list Includes the i
Mrs. James Curtis, daughterof corresponding secretary; Mrs. honoree and her mother, Mrs. LAKELAND GENERAL
Mrs. Harold H. Schaaf. Ted Spears, recording secretary David O. Willis the prospective HOSPITAL
and Mrs. Ted Holman were ; Miss Nancy ,Waters, HALE AND HEARTY FAMILY Both Dr. Lyman Hale Jr. and his wife serve at the bridegroom's mother, Mr. and Mrs Hubert Har-
inducted In a ceremony.Mrs. treasurer; Mrs. Wilma Graham Yonsel Medical Center In Korea, he as a surgeon, she as a nurse. The Hales, who recentlyvisited Mrs. Raymond Ziegele; Miss rell, Bartow son, April 10.(
John J, Shea and Mrs. ''historian; Mrs. Mable his parents, the Rev. and Mrs. L. L Hale, here, are pictured with their children Carol Hart, Miss Glenda Gil- Mr. and Mrs. John N. Corn-
S. H. Findley were co-host- Leimbach, sergeant-at-arms; Martha, Melleny and Terry. breath, Mrs. Glen W. Hose. bee, 1921 Kathleen Road,
esses and assisted Mrs. Store Mrs. Amorette Tillett and good Jr., Mrs. James E. Taylor daughter, April 14.
andt in presiding at a social Mrs. W H. Petering, chap- Mrs. Henry Anderson, Mr and Mrs. Rodis Walker,
hour preceding the meeting. lains. e 9.r1 takPlaiuCMission Mrs. Luclon Lawrence, Mrs. Winter Haven son April 14.
James Gingrich, Mrs. H. I -
, Fouts Jr., Mrs. Glen W. P'I I : AND THIS IS
I ?;MrYIwdb/fgai/rayysjapesat' good, Mrs. K. T. Jones, .
WHAT YOU GETI
Doctor Comes To Thank Ross W Sparks, Mrs. Fred picture :
LI Ziegler, Mrs. Allan Spaun, i 1.
Hem ... .( MO,**.
1 pI Mrs. W. D. Overcash. Mrs
William Oyen, Mrs Herbert framingMATS i ". OM WMfcly' ,ante !*<*...

Lakelanders Who Gave Him JeepBy Mrs.Peaslee Helen, Mrs.Wesley Lloyd and Powell Mrs., i 3* o.. weekly fondly (MM*.
I 4.
Frank Willis. : All DMMMry mule!
Mrs. Joyce Johnson, Mrs. I Any.** ese play., n-.. 4_ Ml4w
LUCIA MYERSA support from Methodists, Presbyterians and Wallace Willis, Mrs. Sam NON-GLARE I* '*
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the United Church of Canada. *evf played, b.pleylna .
Hamans, Mrs. Harold Haitians.
Jewelry Depf. Specials .. .,,.
missionary doctor has Just brought his Early In' his career Dr. Hale spent two Mrs. Ivan Loomis Mrs Don PORTRAIT GLASS : COME IN I. AND LIT*! US MOVI ITI
personal thanks to the Lakelanders who bought years as an army doctor In Korea and Japan. Robinson, Mrs. Floyd Allred,
APRIL SHOWER of DIAMONDS a jeep to extend the scope of his work in After a period in Massachusetts he went to Mrs. Fabian Helmlnskl, Mrs. i CANNONMUSIC
Korea. Alaska with the U.S. Public Health Service. Jim Moore, Mrs. Edward Far. Ashe Photo
Irltw M .I._.....,havetwit After five years In Seoul, Dr. Lyman Hale During his April visit to Lakeland he was row, Mrs. T, H. Hutchinson, : CO.
LI lh" ..iw.( .h..n1_..t".. m w. havMl in. '. Jr. with his wife and three children has been reminded of his years In China. His parents' Mrs. Elmer Wilson, Mrs. Service I
I........* ""M .._ .. L visiting his parents, the Rev. and Mrs. L. L. home on East Lime Street contains many ex- Richard O'Doniel Mrs. Shan. : 101 S. 'lerlda Aw,.
ftt kMiira* v* wnlUM* LI Hale on East Lime Street. amples of Chinese arts and crafts. One of non Anderson, Mrs. Thomas 1049 South Florida Ph. CI2-SHS Lald'
1 I .Ian. .*.MllMtlwt frwn an.n. Members of First Methodist Church, who the most notable Is an ancient piece of black Nicholson, Mrs. Warren Moats, 688.1321 : Op. Friday Ivwiinfi
Africa I..tki.a.
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tl." of UiK wit. Inc,..... donated funds for the jeep several years ago, pottery with symbols of happiness and good Mrs. Gaynell Hudgins, Mrs. II I II
1 I ThM ...1.... .r. ha?llyMM e heard his report at an evening program wherehe fortune which came to light in the excavations Marshall Huddleston Mrs. ------- --------- --: - -I--
al bill to yu Mir showed pictures of the Yonsel Medical Center of a road which was built between Shanghai
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I .* "whll All' |,alanw.a.Ii.l.d ,.. Inf.. There he does heart and lung surgery.At and Nanking during their service in China.
intervals he travels in the jeep to two other "Here in Lakeland we have the first home
DIAMOND ke.Hful dismal tend. Q99 locations Taejon and Wonju where pa. we've ever had," said the elder Hales, for rnw J @w O [Pill @rn
H PENDANT an si '1.141 whh.i eeid 7 tients wait for him. whom the life of a minister and missionary
Dr. Hale and his family have now returnedto meant many moves. The house on Lime Street
1A Ct. of JSK: ? sr-u-.Inc.M : ro New York State where they are spending radiated hospitality during their son's visit, '
DIAMONDS '!,"??& .. WIIM ".". Of most of this furlough which will end next for they had eight guests at the same time -\i7

T.*i>nwi. MkKII w August. They will go back to Seoul where not only his family but their daughter.in-law'a
-DIAMOND finite' rmi mwuiM [ Dr. Hale Is fulfilling his boyhood ambition to relatives, ,Mr. and Mrs. Neal Mowry and
LADIES RING Kit!1ft tMutiful: "*wHite..,M.. 39s be a> missionary doctor. daughter, Joyce, of Syracuse, NY. :I I 1
lIt Parents Were Missionaries * 1't '

ri'W Diamond ::::"::1.1.. ("i'1I The elder Hales, who have made their home Travel Notes .i-I I> '
Lr.I: WEDDING BAND m.untao" 14400 in Lakeland for IS years, were Methodist missionaries ,
;, to China. There their son, Lyman, Mr. and Mrs Zerney Barnes have gone to "

/a Ct. Diamond M..... M'k "tyi I. was born and spent his boyhood. He was one France to visit their son-in-law and daughter, / / '
BRIDAL SET *"<,.. muo lIot 144 of eight playmates In the mission station, and Capt. and Mrs. Harold Harris !
four of them became doctors. With three grandchildren to give them a IAYKNITS
U Vi Ct. Diamond S24f.00 Dr. Hale and his wife, both graduates of fresh Interpretation of French life, the Barneses ::1"J' .
BRIDAL SET Hit 96? Syracuse University, were commissioned as expect to spend several months abroad. '
Methodist missionaries six years ago, then 1'rjY C 1Ct. Cluster .. / studied the Korean language at an institute at Miss Amanda Davis 'of Lakeland and Mrs.R. II ,. > (
DIAMOND RING 13US 193? Yale University before going' to Seoul' Their H. Clark of Bartow are planning a summer '
three children, Terry 12 and his younger sisters trip to Europe on the Queen Mary. One I'
l.Cr. Diamond Uti." 00 Melleny and Martha, demonstrated their of their destinations will be Denmark where '" 'i \II Your Best
BRIDAL SET III' 193 own knowledge of Korean by singing a chile Miss Davis will see the source of the teak- Buy inChildren's
dren's hymn In that language at the recent wood furniture which she imports for htr shopin : ;'

14-Dlamond Ladles' Ce", Mre ". t. 00 Flrs Methodist Church program here. Lakeland. ,41
U GRUEN WATCH suo.oo 44 Dr. Kale's wife, who has a master of nursing This, her third trip to Europe, will Include *. Playwearl!
degree from Yale, serves in the Yonsel certain areas which she missed earlier rJ
W 1-fa. Diamond arnfw.N" 307 Medical Center at a clinic where Korean mothers Spain, the chateau country of France and the t
SOLITAIRE l.a wAt..r. Of IWHM. I bring their babies to learn better methods Brittany coast. They will go in midsummerand '"h Colorful styling and all-cotton comfort , now alI
N of care. The center has Interdenominational spend a month. i t the money-savingest prices M children's knitwear)

'/j-Cf. Diamond 00a y" 'y j For school, play or dress.up, youngsters look theli
Itst.lo MUSHROOM GARNISHTry :r best-and feel their best-In PLAYKNITS. Two-plj
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SOLITAIRE '
this garnish for a steakor Lake Wales Groups i mercerized yarn from 100% Delta cotton full-cut
1h-Ct. Diamond 145 wilt QQOOr roast beef platter. Removethe t measurements-no binding, ever. Shrink-reslstant1 no
SOLITAIRE a y J gj stems and fill the centersof Ii,( Ironing. Polos, pull-overs, cardigans, boxers . i
$24.I01.e7ibat'l large fresh mushrooms witha wide choice of In vat
Tell PlansLAKE R styles -dyed go-together colors.
utb/foia7tiue o drsmWt' mixture and of chopped cheese.baconspread chives. Meeting I q . ,,. And PLAYKNITS are unconditionally guaranteed bj

It Bake In the oven until heated I t'A I 'ea Healthknit
I and cheese Is melted. WALES Polk Ave Willis Knowles. The program I 4.wF .
---- .1'' nue Elementary School will committee Is composed of K Ntii
celebrate its 25th anniversaryyear Mrs James Pritchett, Mrs.
with a homecoming Sat. Eugene E. Brinkworth, Mrs. A Short Sleeve Polo Shirt

urday. This will be the annual Edwin Albritton and Mrs. A. (Sizes 1 to 6x) . I.00
money-making project W. T Bice. ,
JJtQJLQitL.eWIILB sponsored by the Parent- S % ' B Boxer Shorts

Teacher Association. ( (Sizes 1 to 4)) , 1.00
The carnival will begin at Golf AssociationLAKE B
3 p.m and a fried chicken
C. Dress Collar Shirt
will be served the .
supper by WALES-Mrs. FrankS.
PTA beginning at 4:3: ( p.m.A . Waring was elected president 1 (Sizes 2 to 6x) . . 1.69
4 JaM ML special event will be a of the Ladies Golf Asso-
homecoming program in the ciation of Indian Lake Estatesat
auditorium at 7 p,m. its monthly luncheon meeting OPEN MON. & FRI. NITES
in the Indian Lake Club TIL 9PM.THIRD .
inFamous house. She succeeds Mrs.
Clarence J. Braun. C.
Beta Sigma Phi
PELTZ SHOES Named to serve with her FLOORComing
Brand LAKE WALES XI Alpha were Mrs Fred E. Anderson,
Delta and Psi chapters of Beta vice president; Mrs. Charles : I Is
Sigma Phi sorority will holda M. Goldinger, secretary; Mrs. AEE
We carry many of theworld's Founders' Day banquet W, B. Riner, treasurer. I 8'1f'tItt

most famous April 30 In the Highlander Prizes for the month were \
Party House. awarded as follows: March 3, '""_ 3 Aeon of LlBons
shoes-names Husbands and dates will be VI Anderson: March 10, Mabel i -
you guests. Dinner will served at Keen; March 17, Myrt War. J
Whit Patent know and trust- 7 pm. Ing; March 24, Helen Wean, 211 fad Main; II tGl.II11C1", flu
Bon Patent Decorations will be done by March 31, Belmar Gunderson.
Block and Mid PatentHigh Heals the ultimate, Mrs J. E. Marlowe, Mrs. Fifty.five members and I
R. N. Conner Jr and Mrs. guests attended the luncheon. '
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20 LAKELAND LEDGER Thursday, April II, 1M4 Citrus Center


Orange Slates/ 1N_ 1

I Two MeetingsMembers

1 j
1i I of Citrus Center

i V Grange Lakeland, will be 9'sV't
I ,, guests of ZephyrhiUs Grange {
194 at tha meeting tomorrowat }
-, 7:30 p.m. at the Woman 'v Ar
Club building in Zephyrhills.
a. w Lakelanders not having trans.
j First 4'., v portation are to call the master

I James Maslyn, 682.76U.
Quality I Mrs Fred Emmick. Citrus : :r t y Hp r,i y b

Seamless ,t Center lecturer has prepared 6
the program as follows: Raymond

Nylons Portable All Transistor Crowther will relate
highlights of a recent trip to ;
I
\ Tape Recorder a r England, Mrs LUIas Beaty .' ,
c will play several piano selections ;iij
prs,7
/ and Mrs. Miles Snyder

$1288f I LACK: BACK FAT You now may eliminate that fat on your back by participating in I is in charge of the recreation

t From every anglethslkrrnybne this exercise as explained in .today's Why Grow Old?"' column. program rf&ft:4i: k&t
!L 1t Ex'unomically priced,but I..- The Citrus Center Grange

look.wonderful. 11 k includes all the feature CARVER'S SUGGESTIONFor will meet Saturday at 7:30:
Old?
units 4a.mtrtest 91W.llJ
of ltJluf
Yours in the sea- expensive p.m. at the Girl Scout House,
Tranustor,microphone: the man in the house:
Parkview Street, for a program
9 Volt, battery, roast to
earphone. Remember to allow a
hrntai from Atoei of tapis' two 3* I before Some Have honoring the youth. Mrs.
200 ft. set 15 to 20 minutes Back Aches
td'a6neethoniry Emmick will! present the program
reels, I carving A sharp knife Is a must ,
mills. .. .. assisted by youth com
e"dn .27' II ma iM7iFiberglas
} ,Be sure the roast is placed on
Others Have Back Fat mittee chairman, Thomas
ta heated platter and that servIng Stadterman.
plates are pre-heated
i Refreshments will be served -
f ; ; I By JOSEPHINE LOWMAN your shoulders and cross your by Mr. and Mrs. Chester
With many women it's not arms in front of you. Lift your
Speaking of Beauty Bradley of Winter Haven an "My poor aching back"' but hips from the floor and roll
Drapes by philip "My poor fat back" Lots of from side to side on your Mr and Mrs Brice Walker

Here are a few suggestionsthat women have an accumulationof shoulders Your shoulders and
fIr will keep you from bouncing fat over the shoulders. Thisis your feet bear the weight of New Residents
around from'I' most unattractive becauseit your body. Lower your hipsto
I !one salon to the hangs down over the brassiere the floor Rest a few mom Covered Dish
'other and wearIng and creates an ugly line. ents and repeat.
1 1r have this figure defect 3. Stand UU I
a big hole Many with your feet Lunch
FridayA MRS WAYNE STOKES
2 699I In your purse even when they are very little separated comfortably. Bend
pro 1 First you overweight or none at all Ex. over from the waist until your
covered dish luncheon
I 1 0 hill ,should get tc ercise is the answer and here trunk is almost at right anglesto
triple enplnrh
Mr. Stokes
I. ........ 4.. wi_ .. know your hair are three which hit the spot your body. Remain in this honoring past presidents is Miss Barber,
,," ... sr .LM.hw : stylist This I. Lie on the floor on your position and raise your arms set tomorrow at noon at I
takes several back. Raise your arms up to forward overhead, one arm Magnolia Building. Civic Cen-
Ss much luxury for ter, by the New Resident'sClub I VowsBARTOW
Marriage
Exchange
r visits not Just right angles to your body close to each ear. While in
such a thrifty pried Rich one, He or she Reach toward the ceiling with this position swing the trunk .
I featured solid! tslen. Wash and rMalp shouldbelosated your right arm. Reach from as far to the left as possible An "April Showers' theme Miss Rebecca and she carried a nosegay ot

hong . never Iron. 10 full triple In a salon with enjoyable the shoulder so that you feel then back and as far to the Is planned for the decorations. Barber of Fort Meade became carnations and lily of the val
finger pinch plants In bilge, white, cafe atmosphere and one which features the pull over the right side of right as possible. Reach in Members are to bring a covered the bride of Wayne ley, centered with a white
and !gold quality products. your back. Relax Continue each direction with your arms dish and table service. Stokes of Pembroke Saturday orchid.
Follow these rules and you After a time reach toward the and move the trunk as far as A brief business session will night at Homeland Baptist Miss Louise Jackson of Fort
will be completely pleased with ceiling with your left arm, you can In each direction be conducted by the president, Church The Rev. J. D. Robin- Meade was the bride's only
; \ your coiffure and will return feeling the pull over the left Slims Waist Too Mrs William Sust after the son performed the ceremony attendant. She wore a green
f again and again. We further side of your back Relax. Continue Do this exercise very slow luncheon. Bridge and canasta following music by Mrs Grady taffeta dress and carried yellow -
i suggest Coiffures By Philip, 225S. Do this slowly, ly so that you feel the pull. will be played throughout Whidden organist.The iris
Fla. Ave.Goodnight.. 2. Lie on the floor on your This is also an excellent waist the afternoon bride is the daughterof Best Man
Mrs. Burr back with legs straight. Mrs Don DuMond, chairman -
your slimmer Until you give exercise Otho N. Barber of Fort Loren Stokes of Pembroke
(5ir4( .f IOrie") Bend both knees and place a chance as a figure will be assisted by Mrs Meade and the late Mrs. Barber served his brother as best
-Ad.. your feet on the floor. Round I molding aid you will never W. S. Fox, Mrs. W. Kuentzel, Parents of the bridegroomare man Ushers were Dalvin
i I Ii believe what it can do for Mrs F. W Longacre Mrs Mr. and Mrs Harold Stokes of Lake Garfield and
I Mary Mahoney, Mrs. W, G
SHOE FAIRGIRL'S i your measurements Stokes of Pembroke Rex Helms of Fort Meade
If you would like to havem Dormody Miss Nina Kendall, Bride's Father Assisting in hospitalities at
SHOES y combination exercises Mrs. Opal Myhr and Mrs Mr Barber gave his daughter the reception that followed in
, .v DRESS
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i which are corrective to more Maurice Whitcomb. in marriage Her gown of the church social hall were
.
I \ than one figure fault, send a lace over taffeta was fashioned Mrs. Robinson Mrs. T J.
Toddlers"A" Toddlers' 2-Piece if PATENT LEATHERS I stamped, self.addressed envelope on princess lines. The Saved Miss Patricia Wood

I Line Dresses "A" Line Play Set WHITES $197j with your request for Couples' Tourney bodice was accented with seed ham Miss Sharon Vaughn and
1 t leaflet number 5 to Josephine Hosts AnnouncedThe pearls and tiers of lace enhanced Miss Geraldine RowelL
1t tl 00 Many Top 'I Lowman in care of The the back of the skirt. The couple took a weddingtrip

m ,.'.; lll $144i Name Brands u Ledger._ eighth session of the Her veil of silk illusion was to Fort Myers Upon
i PBOY'S couples' bridge tournament held by a headpiece of seed their return, they will live m
Wash 'n wear cottons in sponsored by St. JOI ph'l pearls and orange blossoms, Fort Meade
Cotton beauties! "A" line I - -----
\ ktriprs, checks prints or Mothers' Club will be held
solid Screen prints, too tops in stripes checks or I PHILLIPS Sunday night.
' Ideal for dm up or play solids. Charming nursery Hosts for the 40-team tour.
wear. Some styles with screen print too. Match FABRICS Double Feature Set
DRESS SHOES this month Mr. and
are
Untie top. Color mal bed tog'panli Sizes ney J
1066 S. Florida Mrs Roberts, Mr. and
panties Sues 1 to 3. 1 to 3. I Hugh
r Phase MU 3-mi Mrs Hobson Strain Mr, and
For Rose Enthusiasts
OXFORDS This Week's Special Mrs. Robert Cattarius, Mr. ;
,e LOAFERS and Mrs Howard Siggelko,
i kN1 $244 Printtd Antique CO< I Mr. and Mrs John Fenn. Mr BRADENTON *- The Brad- time, the' Bradenton society
BLACK SATIN yd J j and Mrs. Bill Ross, Mr and enton Rose Society will be will stage its own annual rose

''BROWN 54" Upholstery FQ- Mrs. James Doyle, Mr. and host this weekend to the annual show.
PLASTICS yj JafT Mrs Brown Milligan Mr and meeting of the Deep The district meeting will be
11 a I Mrs. Donald Sutton and Mr South District of the American held in the Downtown Cabana,

t.S t. TO SIZE 3 and Mrs. Frank Statum. Rose Society. At the same and the rose ahow will be
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staged In the Municipal Auditorium
across the street. Both

a I events will be held Saturdayand
Ladies FLATS I
Misses & Sunday

Foam Backed Unties TOP VALUES AT LOW PRICES Entries From Deep South

Chenille Bedspreads DIAMONDSLIMITED Entries in the rose show are
Scatter Rugs .
\ohI
sV SUMMER WHITES BONE expected from many parts of
00 lob/ Corduroy or Hobnail I well from Ala-
$1 COLORSI Florida, as as
Special $ V / PATENTS MULTI bama and Georgia/ Many

A bold decorative touch classes are open to non-members
$299 Twin
or
for home. Dramatic TIME ONLYI and in ama
your past years
F.a Site I
tnlfrd VUOOMI cut up
densely : :9 teurs have won major prizes

" pile.foam Non'slip! Fringed' cushiony all- Wavy line or hobnail ray. LATESTSTYIES .:: ; Entries will be accepted In
on-cotton chenille. Fring :, the auditorium from 8 until
round. Many colors, ed. Fre-ahrunk. Machine Half Carat Diamonds 10:20 a.m. Saturday. A re- ,
shapes. wafihabln.' Deeptone colors frigerated truck will be stand.

.. "O.h",11 .1t1..1 and white. IN STYLINGMEN'S A new and gorgeous group that expresses ing by to house bloom
30.locll .deVOII.1 TOPS the ultimate of designer talent Spectacular + out-oftown vise
by
30.i..11 r..d.1 very, stones, set in exquisite modem mount. brought
IMPORTED ITALIAN jogs, tors arriving Friday afternoon]
.
,.u. 20 Inch The Deep South District
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DRESS SHOES "..S: ( (I / Serl.. made up of societies in Flor-
and Alabama.!
5 Ida. Georgia
6r t-;; = Speed $697Glo Representatives of most of the!
Leather
affiliated societies are expected ]

.. 1 Portable ONLY to attend the convention -
tI and show. Among the I

*t s ; VALUES TO $1297 events planned are a horti-
l Electric + 6I cultural rose clinic banquet
iB t rose garden tour and picnic..
rI: r'. ",: 199 Show Hours
LADIES DRESS HEELS plus tax
: ..i.LFan
-- : / The rose show will be open
t'i'f"
Ill .. 1>1t / Regularly $299 from 2 until 9 p m. Saturdayand

: 11 / from 10 a.m. until, 4 p.m.
< : 'aLl
In Dressy Whites, Bone,$ .. rx, Sunday
= & Spring Pottels 393'atents Among the rosanans expected
$1599 to attend are H. H.
Hi, Med., and Lo Heels One Carats Diamonds Huckeba director of the Deep

ALL THE LATEST r, , P, South District Charles P.
STYLES AND COLORS 1 +" Each ring Is s masterpiece: of perfection. Dawson author of'"From the
iM Choose brilliant emerald marquis* or round Ground Up" in the American

lightweight,,.easily carried from room to room. Quiet Values To $14.95 i : cut amends, each with tapered baguette Rose Society magazine and
horticulturists from Florida
h< vy-duty 2.xpeed motor Js U.I* approved. Motor and State University and the Gulf

fan guaranteed against defects in material or workmanship LADIES SANDALS $399 Coast Experiment Station In
tj4
for 1 year.Room. $ 9, r ,P plus tax Manatee County.Alturas.

AMERICAN and ITALIAN 1

Regularly) $499
Size RugpproJilmote a white a aleck up PTA

a Italian T.B a St r..,
ft/x12' Benefit Play


INSOLES CUSHIONED LATEST STYLES Set SaturdayALTURAS
SFECIAI W Total we+ght

NEY ppC K The Alturas
{ ,ti eR
NEW SHIPMENT! !l1 I Elementary Parent Teachers
GUpRpNSEE r Association will present a
$1599DP.P. play "Mr. Cod by Esther
r Straw & DressHANDBAGS '$197 1:1 E. Olson, Saturday at 8 p.m.

in the Alturas elementary

: dramatic . decorator school auditorium.
rag in heavy nylon This is a benefit for the Al
pile. Alive with new dee' : NO MONEY DOWN CONVENIENT PAYMENTS turas elementary school 11-
tone colors . it adds Just Right For Spring! \lm fund
EXPERT WATCH & JEWELRY REPAIR brary produced by special
practical beauty to any r arrangements with Had
room. Backed Wlth'JUtfo.a. JUTE I per and Row, Publishers
tear and foam rubber for AND Members of the will Include
9 cast -
109 !. Main SI.Op .
cloud soft comfort. Full
U'FOAM hoe Mrs John A. Voigt, Mr.
TLVZ. ar.d Mrs Leland Young Mr.
12 X15 Full Sill $48.11 n Mond.y firFriday
It ft fv I and Mrs Ellis Varner Mr.
eslnee
and Mrs. M. R. Hielscher.
: 111 N. KENTUCKY DIAMOND IMPORTERS SINCE 1105 Till Mrs Carl Hielscher Mrs.

no, R c S. -OPEN- James L Young. Mrs Peggy
Man. t Frl. 'til 9 '.M, CORNER KENTUCKY AND PINE Smothers, Mrs. J. B. Green
Jr. and the Rev. Jesse L
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Thursday April II, IM4 21


I Here's Roundup Of News From Around PoLk CountyDavenport I Religious LAKELAND Groups'lEDGER I


TODAY
0C LUTHI* N. ..t.nulUmlomn
tral Elementary auditorium, son's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lake Wales lage, Ohio, to spend 10 days and Paul Nemcek in Babson their son and family Mr. and CMMItT.IM,' me'Mni tUTMINAN 710" a. ptlttr
Hainea City. Several of the Wilbur K. Reed on Lake St. with her parents, Mr. and Park, and visited in Waverlywith Mrs. Charles Hattaway and adult Inlorm.ltOIl. .1.II. 7 M t.m.
DAVENPORT Mr. and members of the band live in Charles. The Rev. Mr. Jack. LAKE WALES Mr. and Mrs. Charles M. Goldinger.B. Mrs Eunice Knighton, Ions Bill, Bob and David. tt IT. PAULI LUTHIII". LuUl''D
Mrs. P. E. Williams attendeda Davenport. son Is pastor of Calypso Presbyterian Mrs of Mead- G. Sampson of Fair- Mr. and Mrs. L. C Stanland Mr. and Mrs. Donnie Nelson 11011. .*TUDAV
Spaulding
four generation reunion of Hip SurgeryMrs Church. ville,Hugh Pa., have left following mount W. Va., has left aftera and Mr.and Mrs. Bill Kenny. and daughter. Debra, of troup r'''.'H.'OO first rtdrrtl L CHmfTIAM eommunltr tarsi loom
the Williams family at the Lucy Choate, resident Mrs. J. Fred Durden is weeks' visit of several days with Mrs. D. M. Grlssem and Summerdale, Ala., visited here flown'owo. 1 10 p mIN .
visit with HIT
their millTTIKUN
home of James E. Williams In of Bishop Gray Inn, is in Win visiting hre son-ln-law and a son-in-law two and daughter, Mr. Mr. and Mrs. H. Brock Sho- daughter, Jo Ann, of Orlando, with Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Stan- ...,hPINT l?) tm ta S 9M. elo"m I.IlAWlhlB rroncl. -
Magnolia Springs, Ala. daughter Dr. and Mrs. H. L. walter. Guests of the Showal-
Mr. ter Haven Hospital. Mrs. and Mrs. Gordon Adult Joined her parents, )"'r. and land and Norman, Mickey, CHRISTIAN,, Mstrl|-M.io.
and Mrs. Charles Williamsand Wormhoudt, and grandchildren ters are Mr and Mrs. N. E. 01. port 7 p 18. In follr.hlp
Choate had surgery on March Indian Lake Estates Mrs. U C. Stanland, Norman and Norma Leigh. W Mlrolororp Los.,. mn.ungAt
three daughters of 23 to correct a fractured hip. Lisa and Kum, In Ot- Showalter of Baltimore. Stanland Mickey and Norma 1- m.pa; _
Mr. and Mrs. Peter.
Ralph
lumbus.
tumwa, Iowa. She will be Mr and Mrs. Woodman L.
Howard Gill Is a surgical Leigh and Mr. and Mrs.
and Kevin and Todd,
Mrs. John Holsberry of Pen there for several weeks. son sons Gibson have left for Cincinnati .AfJJ
patient at St. Joseph Hospital, have arrived from Vil- Jason Stanland and Scott, fora OPIN
tacola also attended. Tampa. Mrs. H. E. Herring of Tif- Bay and Skaneatles, N. Y. dinner In Winter Haven in J !(
The Haines City High School The Rev. and Mrs. John ton, Ga., has been visiting her They were accompanied by celebration of Mrs. L. C. Stan. FRIDAY
band will present a free concert Herbert Jackson of Calypso sister Mrs. Hans M. Brue. Karen Kremer, their two-year-old grandson, land's birthday anniversary. "c?i EVENING

-Sunday at 4 p,m. at Cen N. C., are visiting Mrs. Jack- Visitors Robert Louis Hoffman of Cincinnati Guest Of Daytona + FNB
r- r Mr and Mrs. Frank Eddy Bride-Elect, who has spent the past J;
Mr and Mrs. Gervace Cole. P8M
I three months with them.
of Hollywood visited Mrs. They
,I Eddy's sister, Mrs. Louise To Be Honored expect to be away about a man of Apopka visited herewith
Mr. and Mrs. C M.
month.
Hines at Bishop Gray Inn.
Davis and Candee and his THEY
Airman Roy J. Bowen Miss Karen Kremer bride. par.
U.S.N., son of Mr. and Mrs. elect of Larry T. Hall, will be Waverly ents. Mr, and Mrs. C. N. MAKEA
honored at a miscellaneous Davis.
Landrum J.
Alameda Bowen, has returned shower tonight at 7.30: o'clockat WAVERLY Mr. and Mrs. Mr and Mrs. Charlie Hatta SOFT TOUCH
to Calif., to
Fun the Lakeland Federal Save Frank Beasley and Glenn and way visited in Sarasota with lh
time begins with board the attack aircraft car. _
a trip to GINN'S.Here Joan of Jacksonville, visited :
rier U.S,S. ings and Loan Association
Ranger to com
here
you will find a wonderlandof e plete a month of Intensive community room, 120 E. Pine Naomi with Beasley his, and mother his,sister Mrs., :I tot Anything (with, : Sueded pigskin always
Street.
bright new fashions just Diego training, Calif.operations, coast.off the San Hostesses for the event are son Mrs. Rolfe.Nora Fairgrieves and fALSE, ttETH!.' :I I makes a soft touch, the .4

Mrs. Bill Beverly, Mrs. Meda I kind active feet
right for playtime. Airman James A. O'Berry, Mr and Mrs. Tommy Ward 1
of Mr. and Mrs. JamesH. Stephens, Mrs. Donald Harden -
I son made a trip to Miami becauseof tars N appreciate The casual
O'Berry of Loughman, Is Mrs. Bob Daubach and Ix nNn
the illness of his sister design makes It so right "
being reassigned to Mrs. Don Deeson
TyndallAir
3DA- JILL there.
&q1L Force Base for trainingand An April showers theme will for active sportswear. f
Visiting with Mr.
be carried out In decorations, recently Also
.r duty as a supply special and Mrs. Collie
Shirt and Short Sets 1st. Airman for which a red and white Henry were
I O'Berry recently their son-in-law and daugh. Refit and tighten your ivt"" Available
color theme is planned. Corsages
completed United States Air ter, Mr. ahd Mrs. Vodgel dentures/ with In Lace Up
$2,29 of red and white
to $3.98 Force basic military trainingat carnations Hutcheson of Pensacola.Mr '
Lackland AFB, Texas. The will be presented to the BRIMMS PLASTMINERIt
and Mrs. Albert Van $6.99Corso's
sfl i Airman Is a 1961 graduate of honoree, her mother Mrs.A. '
Sport Shirts Haines City High School. N. Kremer, and the pros. Hauewling home in Pella have, left Iowa for, after their I: Rilinir for MI ,Ial.,sum fir!twi

pective bridegroom's mother,
Greenland Mrs. J. Kenneth Hall. spending nine weeks here In I BRIMM' 'PLlsTI.UHtR
$1.98 to $2,98 the home of Mr and Mrs. .'mi MJMAHfllt, '1"1'" !fHHUM, Bootery
80
Pvt. Lewis Earl Brooks, son Approximately guests C. N. Davis. '
of Mr. and Mrs. Jim Brooks, have been invited.
Georgian Visits
formerly' the Shoe Bet
Shorts . $1.25 to $3.98 j jT who is connected with the Mrs. Lois McRae of Macon, 1-
Polar Research DevelopmentCenter Chi ChapterTo Ga., spent a few days with 124 E, Main Downtown
of the U. S. Army, enlisted her son, Charles Stanland,
In November, 1963, and Meet At ,
Shirts
. $1.00 to $1.98
March 19 was sent to Green

Sites Thru 16 'f land, where he Is stationed. First Federal .SP % NaTIME
Before going to Greenland, :
Private Brooks was stationedat Chi chapter of Beta Sigma
1LlL Ft. Belvoir, Va. He attend. Phi sorority will meet tonightat
JjtfL JAfL J/
ed Davenport and Haines City 8 o'clock at First Federal "IT 7A\ o? fl :'1j '
schools and is married to community room, Grove Park,
Short and Blouse Sets Faye Widen of Haines City, at which time the group will
who is residing in North Carolina celebrate its birthday anniversary .

$2.98 to $7.98 The chapter was
The annual dinner and Installation founded April 10, 1941. WQlfJ.EbTHURS.
of officers of the Final plans will be made for

,'' Shirts and Blouses i Davenport Woman's Club will the Preferential Tea Sunday
be held Monday at 7 p.m. at from 2 to 4 p,m. at the homeof

$1.98 to $3.98 Holiday Inn Restaurant, Highway Mrs Mary Bennett, 512 '
27, Dundee. Reservationsare Oriole Drive.
FRI. & SAT. ONLY
to be made with Mrs. Mrs. A. Jerald Carlton will .,
C. E. Williams Serving on the Introduce Gene Cameron of J
Shorts committee with Mrs. Williams Arcade Athletic Club, who will

II are Mrs. Perry Pendergrass, talk on "Health and Exercise "Feminine
for
$2.98II Apparel and
$1.25 to Mrs. Clarence C. Meyer, Mrs. ." every
2. Wilbur K. Reed and Mrs. Mrs. Malcolm Ayers will all t
Sixes Thru 14 C. E. Pollock. be the hostess. occasions.
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Associated Press Spores Write, IT. LOUIS LOS ANtSLSI ,

They're tearing down the Pole I J.vlw M ._till'KM Wllll- u NAN S 11 1jKr 11 1144 23
Thursday, April ,
Grounds and Willie 0....l u I . 01114.,, Ik 1111
Mays is I ""*.>.lll U . MWD.vllVf d 111
ripping up Candlestick Park. Whll. Ib 4 I 111 D.vll If 1111
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jimt. if mmmmmmmmammmmmi ammmmtHmmmmimtaw
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Mays 3,000 miles and seven, ShtimM If 1/// .._* rf 4111
Sow 3b 4111 11.LI. .-. a45a5 d
years removed from New York's, rt 4' I Wnrhas. 3b ISIS Leafs Resume
FondN 15a1cN.l.1 1111 Wings
Polo Grounds hammered hIs McCtrvtf e 1111 **.noKI P 1101 ,
Glbton t 4 I I/ bMom 1 111 I
third home run In .two game Tot.., W44T"tlt, ni S IRan
'- for Jan,M In Ithi k-FwM Sal
Wednesday night triggering a for Ptfrlnwkl Ml tin.It .
Series
ID-run third-Inning LMII . .. MI n. M4 Cup Tonight
uprising that LM Anw carried the Giants to a 10-8() victory a-'lIrl. I'o-A-tl. Lwll 17... LM -
,..
lM (7-t. LOa-SI. Louis J. LM APVtin
over Milwaukee. i. DETROIT (AP-If home Ice Coach Sid Abel took his squad
79-10,11, W C",,,.
It was the biggest Inning for Oryalas, I. J..I.._ MR-Howitd E- makes the difference, the Detroit to a race track Monday to keep

the Giants since the team pulled I 011>p-----.I.on w. u ... t> H* R".SC> ii ,
out of New -,.'Mil.. L, ,,) r M o 4 I I I I HOCK( OVIRSLIDIS THIRD IASI Ltn frock .f.... Bob hilt, 1....eI him' out. PI..,.. won In 12th, S-4. (.0 edge over the Toronto Maple Detroit defensive star Bill

York and moved Pwriimkl_ tv .Orvtd.lt. 11,11. (Jimtl 1 .). WP-, :I IHBP !! CMctBO CMII oronlUt. riilr4" k.M while Itt_" ,,,. a itttl In Wirt,httt) Leafs tonight In the third gameof Gadsby agrees with Abel's

West after the 1957 season Drvtd.l.. U-V...."., H..".., W.r.CCofUn. WtJnttJty nltil'i ...... walk the PlrHbyrjh PI,.,.*. Ttio l...' the all-even Stanley Cup National strategy
Mays, the only member of the T-,:M. A-N.4H. 1 Hockey League finals "That Punch Imlach Is nuts,"

Giants who played with the club Night" Sims The Leafs who lost the aeries', Gadsby ...Id.lie .

while the Polo Grounds was MILWAUKS sass .. IAN FP.ANCIICO At ft Nil, Skowron's Mocs Miami Open second game on their rink at added that veteran Toronto

called home does f. Abu cf 1101 M Alou rf 3111 Toronto, scheduled a workout at players like George Armstrong
now of
most M.nlf 11 I I O'vmoort Jb 4 II I I Olympia Stadium eight hours Red Kelly and Allan

his hitting at Candlestick Park Aaron...rf. Jb J Jill 11 1 M MIVI'C'v'V cf 11.1 Ib.I t.1'M.th. t 1Sr before face-oft time. Stanley "can't take It-this business .

In the first two games of the' Torr.TMmur Ib m 45 MM.-OD.II. lcssa.ia Slam lilt Homer Beats Three-Game SeriesFlorida Coach Punch Imlach, plainly of working out every day.

season he has collected three Mihvc 55 11Ku.55 If Slit disappointed[ with Ms team's It's killing them,
Bollln. Ib I | I | Hilltr t IMCMCMIIIM
hits and three homers. He hit a M till HIFt :Jb 4 t I 1 Southern College's urday's doubleheader will performance Tuesday night. Is The Leafs and Wings will play
woodwird M I 111 P..., u 1111Clln. begin Tlot A .waOd 1'.... game No. 4 here Saturday then
pair against the Braves Tuesday . 101 I Sanford I11d5 6-4 baseball team will be out to at 2 pm. NATIONAL LIAOU5 keeping the defending champions to Toronto for the fifth
'. Hoi l/ Ilni,, 5 Sill Angels W. Lo Pet S .. skating in practice between return
then followed with a three Sitowikl: : 111 eliminate the University of Miami Miami I defending league !'ll1I.d.'''''', .,... 0 game of the playoffs.
5.. ... of the best-of-seven play-
".11. It ISISNha. from championship contention lrnaun0 0 1000 games;
run shot Wednesday m 1111 champions and Southern are Cg.uol':. ".e.'::win:;:: Ile offs.
-. "lion I' I In the Florida Intercolleglate tied for the FIC lead. Both / .ao0
!
By MURRAY CIIASS Pltt.burob ....... .I ..a110Chle1.e
Cards Trim Dodgers Smltn 5. 0111 Associated Press Conference race when the teams sport a 1-0 record In .. ....n, I .SO0 The Leafs surged to a 13 tie I PADRES WINSAN
C-Clrtv | 11 | Sports Writer Bl Loull .... .Ono
The St. Louis Cardinals also 541.115, tilltOHvir Mocs host the Hurricanes in a rugged conference play. (' nrn.la .t.. ,.,,. i ..00010 with Detroit In the third period
Bill Skowron Is home. Mil....,.. _.. .000
with Ib 1111 three-game series tomorrow and Tuesday night only to suffer a DIEGO (APThe San
came up a big Inning rap- N. ooo
T"l".. Jt CiMd.>f Ttlll HIM That sweet sight for SkowronIs Saturday at Lakeland's Henley Florida Southern, going into Tw.0NI5GAYa KltULTBPitUburih 4.3 setback In overtime. De- ,Diego Padres scored a 4-3 vic

ping Don Drysdale for five runs out for Nltrkt in 4ttii in.-trdi t-PoulMi' the American League, where Field.Tomorrow's. Wednesday's contest with Florida Ph II-Nphis 1;
in the eighth inning en route to lor mini In t d-9lngltd' foTwoid. he starred with the New York Presbyterian College was Bt Loull S, ,: Bow.er exhibition baseball
winning
wird In fillItruck sat for Heir In Ban rr.nolico 10, MIlwlukM S, goal past Johnny an game
a 6-2 victory over Los Angeles- ."'. Yankees for nine years before single game \is 11-4 for the season having won Onlr liunii ch iul l In the sudden-death period. Wednesday night.

MIl....... .... .... /ISall-1, being shipped to the National scheduled to get under way at 11 out of their last 12 contests. Clnclnnitl ?tt TODAY Lot Annln oasis. Hal Smith hit the only homerun
their first Resting
triumph over the PraKlm ........ ,
Uj M<11) MI MI H 3:15: p.m., while the first of Sat- Mac mentor Hal Smeltzly is Bt Loull San PtftncllroMllw.ukM .
world champion in I-O.vmoorf, Hirf. MeC"" .,. POAMllw.u League. .t Hou.lo. INI The Red Wings betting underdogs connecting for the Reds In
Dodgers ..M "I"l Ml PrWKlon trot The 33-year-old first baseman hopeful his Moccasins can keepup Oolr IUIM trhFduIrdAMIBICAN LtAOUC the fifth off winning pitcher
L08-MII....... IS. l.n Fr.nclK. I. when the series started
their last, five regular-season It-lwrtord. ,_. d. I. Hot. H"- now with Washington, officially -.1/tJ'. .. .. .d their fine play . W. 0.pet 004 OS.Mrln.noi. are resting between games Larry Dovel.IDDL.
games. "Nay" SUKy .,-.. IS-McMlllin marked his return Wednesdaynight "As well as I can recall," o T50lT .n.-n.nn t loo* =
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In other action Bill Vlrdon .AkIU.'I' H with a home run that Ig- Smeluly said "No team has Loi Anola. .... .'I 4
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Sodowlkl L. al .. II. 1'I j Wn ., e 1S
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drew a bases-loaded walk in the ..KNIw ........ S I. 4 I II nited a six-run outburst in the v ever won the league championship N. : York .......: & :

12th inning that forced in the Ne.rko ......... 155 1 S 1 second inning, the Senators' big without suffering lour or It.n.bonsai.. 'Dill.........:. 0 0 ...cooChlr1.e .00010
.. ,
'ml'' ...... 1 1 I . five looses," 0 f ..000ClrabWISNIRDAY's I
inning in two seasons.The r.nn
In 5-4 jest
winning run Pittsburgh's HIOtt I I I I I II I
decision over the Chicago Cubs Th/slilu----------- 1 I I I 1 1iSPSf 1 splurge carried the de- Both Southern and Miami have IISULTI
y..n_ W. I4 r 1 1 1 1 Wuhln.um' I, Lot ADI.I.I 4.
and Jim Bunning won his first 11\.. ..... I I Fending cellar champions to a yet to play Rollins College The Buton >t New York rain. .
.-,..... S Ismale lid' r-ICICI Tars who captured the In Oily Itmn irhrdultd
game as a National Leaguer by min In 1m. 1 6-4 triumph over the Los An- flag TODATs GAMES

pitching Philadelphia to a 41 .. Ho.ft fM Aleut. . Wf>-(C.II.v geles Angels in the only Amer. 1962, are 2-1 in conference play. Boiton Billlmor.., .t N..Chins York
York t. il.w. U-Dontttlll, LInd... Ittlntrirllrk. ican League I Starting on the mound for "'Inn...'* It WuhlnlbM (NI.
the New game
victory over T-2:U A-I7.U2. Only laimi Khiduleil,
Mets. Houston and Cincinnati Skowron's home run Ms first ( Southern tomorrow will be Ken 1. rJ

were not scheduled.The Wish" Sims hit as a Senator was his first In Murphy, tall hard. throwing Jockey Suffers

Giants started rolling In NSW VOUK fHILADILPHIAtkrkM flea kl. the league since Sept. 25, 1962. ( Clearwater sophomore. In his

the third inning after winning IC'......... rl 111 T. Ttvtar" lit 4 1 Two months after that homer last assignment he pitched well Shoulder Injury
HirKMti Ik 4 1 1 1 Alltn 3b 4)11 I g9, sJa y against Jacksonville as his MIAMI AP Eddie
pitcher Jack Sanford drew a Mnt ft 4IIIO nitH.), ef 4119Fonter which Incidentally was against ( ) Jockey

two-out walk off Bob Sadowakl. < 4111 C.lllton rf 1111, the Senators, the Yankees sent 11.rJ mates bombarded the Dolphins Truman suffered an apparently ey f

Before It ,was over the Giants Ellbrcf rntmM I I a llliottr lcwlnshp. Mill 55,5)0 him to the Los Angeles Dodgers. for 12 hits and an 8.1 win. dislocated shoulder Wednesday }

had lashed six hits includingthe Samuel... Ttylor Jb IMS ..lflb till, Skowron might not have felt Darrell Fulton Bartow Junior ,when his mount, Fog Bank,
1'OAmore Ik
5555)
homer by Mays and a three- Moan" it 111 D.lrynwU, e I 1 1 1 0, like an alien In the National and All-Conference selection dropped dead In the stretch of
'8'_'_ 101 1 we,. ii till. w. In 'II play will be behind the: second race at Gulfstream
double by Sanford his second : League but his .203
run .11..5 p, I , ./umiw II Sill average
time around. Tot... 11 111 didn't exactly make him feel aS the plate for FSC. Park.
PHILAOILPHIA Tttllt II 4 | 4, Jim Hardee Ron James, Buster Busy Wac, under William I
if he belonged.He .
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Shaw Helps m>c tut for ttmwi In tmi 11-
truck out tar Morin m tin wound up the regular season Hardy and Frank Oktavec Morrisey also went down aru I toS
Despite the cushion. Sanford Itv Vtrk M* III will man the infield Bob Ramblin Wreck threw his rider
tNPklMolMUJ posts ,
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relief help from Bob :::;.:.;;..-:: Ml Ml M, ,a with a mere four home run ; t9
needed
.-H......... PDA-Ntw York. 14-10,, and 19 runs batted In before Lee Joel Ledlow and Ken Hueb- Walter Blum. Morrisey wa!I ji'k
Shaw a former Brave. Ed Bailey PhllxfrlaMa 1'.10. DP-Wlnt. T. Tar b. the World Series and ner will patrol the outfield. bruised and shaken. Blum, lead II
and Sltvtri. ti Sunnin' : erupting
in and
acquired by Milwaukee -N_ Yea 7. P1.11.4,1551., lltvtrt.I. LOS the Dodgers to a four RON JAMIS Four Moc freshmen likely to Ing rider at the meeting with 4 4 I

the trade for Shaw hit a solo 111-.,.1....... Wino. ,1t-Oon.I,1. 55T. helping of his former fSC: Infltld. Jftr see action are Fred Mayer or winners, escaped Injury but toothe
T.ybr." game sweep
and Eddie
homer off Sanford 'I' H R EE sa 10, teammates. West Palm Beach and Doug rest of the day off

Mathews connected with a man ...11.... L, 5-I .. t 1 I 4 Prlester of Aiken, SC, hard- Ramblin Wreck finished thrace

aboard. unninf HBP-kr W. II Bunnlm I Ellloll 7' 1. WPIKItrd 1 111. LOS AN41LM.. ,.It WAIHIH9TOHP.irton .. rkk, Moc Net ters hitting outfielders; and infielders riderless. Busy Wac re I

The Cardinals' winning rally U-Burthwt, Sudd ',...It. Itcory114. cf 4 11 .,'.':: Ib : ii.: : Ron Montgomery of Ards-! gained her feet and galloped
4111 Irlnk MFrMotl lIli
started the win A-I52I Worm Ib
also was by 1.. 4111 Hlnton. If 111 ley Pa., and Dave Sonnenberg, Into the paddock area. Both
ning pitcher when Bob Gibson halt" Sims Thom.4 rf Sill I........ IbAdtock 401 Miami. horses apparently were unhurtA
i iC
After Gibson Ib Jill Kim rf 3505 Seek CrownCAPE
stroked a single. CMICABO PITTIUIIM. otfoori e 4111 Lock cfKlrkMtck S 110S0
moved over to second Drysdale lit r K M tk r k MItMtrl If 4 I J / '
!1l 1 It kislIslN. 5555 Know 10 4 / M KonnodV 1.5555Lalm.n ">
White
Bill
Intentionally walked A'Hit.... U O lll Vlrdon cf 111 p I 1110.nliliLt It 0111 CORAL Florida
but got crossed up on his strate IBurtw 1/11Chmm: .. If / D. It IlllP-idiik .p 1110 Southern will be of five
5u1.. I . 1..11" 0110Sr.c. __..o IMISndtn It III one ANEW
gy by hitting Charley James ; 1. SlllCkndmn IBlllt bTOrrt* 1111CKP0 state schools seeking to dethrone Financing Plan for Every Need
Williams 'N 4111 Illlw Ml 5)30 5111
with a pitch. "'n'G/: 4 I j "M.r.rM11m/" Otlnikl It I * the University of Miami
Ken Boyer then rapped a two- lonki Ik Sill .Pnllironl ( III ssvul.ns I I 1 I htrricanes at the second an-
that broke a 1-l tie Sd.r1 N Jill BLvncD 11 I 0 Thus, 11111 Tdh. 1.555
run single Co..n" 4011 CMOII 111 0sviiii nual Florida Intercollegiate Tennis -
Lewis, Curt Flood diii McP'la55 e 1/ I IiSch.Mir 0 tItrvckCIt D. Loo hi Shut 5--
and
Johnny Championships here April
i i Slntl04CIt It. LM In otM c-*>n for
I Gibbon
and Tim McCarver followed Nana *d 1111 ha., I It UI: : orrM In *rh| d-llmlod for Oilnikl In 2428

with run-scoring singles. Frank McO."i.l It 0 / / iFrMM til tin.LM. Miami which swept to iSumptuous
Scowl Sill lark p I * *I I Antolo* ...,.. *MtMtoo4WlthHittwl
for the .1..n.
Howard got a run back hLundrum 1/ 11 OBurtnl: III !! ....... ....n.. Sal M .t-4 singles, doubles and team vic v r
in the ninth with his hum p Sill IAIWY tillMcMon tories last will be

Dodgers year opposed
It ISISSWt.r. f-B.ni.lt Friooil,. ......A-lo. AnNha 1
second homer in two days. p 1000 ,4-1*. witninaton 17.I*. LOB-LM Anotm by the University of f
fOrtlV 1111 1, Wlthlntton 4JBMinion 1
Florida
ftct .p 55.0 ..It-F'....'. Skowron.IP Florida Rollins College,
IIJoIIn.1M Slate University Florida
Huff Debating I "R a* is ieItmin
T" ll IF 4 T 4 TM.II Mllll
'-DoublfdCIt 51.5' In lint b-llnoled I. W ..,. 1 11 a * 1/ Southern College and Florida
Summer
Whether To Quit IaI'I ....II.......' 1ft "m5 .-RlnCIt Lyscn D. Loo ......-. tl.S 1 S II I Presbyterian College. SleepingSHORT
In' ttllngl for Bor* Mwill _-. R. LN ......... .. I S S 1I /
Pro FootballNEW i hn for BUTWM ID tmi f-n.\CIt, I OllntklDtnltlt I S : 5/ : : Miami may prove more vul-
niton In itttii r II.ftCIt 5. tall to12tn W, 14 :. 111 4 I nerable than last year's all-con SLEEVE KNEE LENGTH
> h-ltrvck out for Schurr In. Ion, 'idtlk' . 3 1 1 1 1 I ,
YORK (AP-Sam Huff ;I-Mil .Into doubt. ,,iy for Am.lflt.no /ride's, ? 055 1 1 S ,querlng squad. Coach Dale I
foot In lmi k-lnionl.on.il ....... for ,... HkP-lv l.lrn.n SKIN, Rttitr) kvPldilk .ewli' defeated
netters were by
Is debating whether to play :In l>tnCnk.H. (Morix), PI-l7 u -Unwitorummend .
ball with the Washington Redskins ....",".... MIillMMI_4Pltlieurtll Dlmulre, .P.,..r.llt. T-I:41.: Princeton two weeks ago snapping Jtiullhss
business I / .. *1* M* Ml ...-.''A-.I04, 137 consecutive match'
or make the textile I-Iow.rt. .SNOWS. PO.Chlc.00 __ a
full-time career. :35-1) (Two out whin wtnnln run orord). winning streak. PAJAMAS
a
linebacker :Pltttburon, M-ll OP-Bort.ll asS ttru Harris Overton Returning to defend Ms singles
The year-old ort, cxolllld, M.._kl. .nd C no oon7i
traded 'to the Redskins by the : M......"kl, Ichotlild aid CMnoonon and doubles crowns will be UM sl,111
,
.
I LOt-cnicioo pmuwrtn' f
New York Giants last week has -Brock. ,._. JB-.nt H"- Top Seeded ace Rodney Mandelstam senior

had one meeting with Bill Me- :........ .5I.w.A, MinroMcl. IPRodoirt. from South Africa who Is the /

the general managercoach state's No. 1 collegiate player.
Peak IP HUB* IIIONormin
I,- ....... I o J t 4 7 GAINESVILLE (AP) Bill Opposing him will be standouts
of Washington.
talk about :WcDin.il ,...... 11 J 1 1 I Harris of Frest Hill in Palm Bill Tym of the University of f'1 Make summer evenings pleasurable,
"We had a long tchurr I I 0
but money was ,Elton L.'U:::: I 1 I t :.1 Beach was seeded No. 1 In the Florida Lex Wood and Don too. Don cool comfortable lightweight
matters
football Gibbon 41J I I Itltk : : boys' singles of the Florida Caton of FSU and John Ham- ,
not discussed said Huff. "He : 1 . .:::.: II I I 1
wanted me. I 'lark .. n S f 1/ I Itumrl' High School Athletic Associa- mill of Miami, who head an i pajamas. Generously sized and tailored
told why he ::..::
me
.5 S S S 1 I ran's Tennis Tournament
problems. I'll probably : .- I I I 5PK begin. anticipated field of 35 players.Site .
him
told my him again :W. I:I : :: I I/ S 1 IF ning today. of the three-day tourna- with famous COMFOBELT waist-
get together with ,- cd tnwt In tmi v-Canal I
Wendy Overton of Daytona ment will be the courts of the
.
In IOM.WPNorma breathe.
next week"Huff "the m.n I. EI....... UPinkoudiiCormin ., Beach Seabreeze was seededNo. million-dollar Cape Coral Yacht band that G-I-V-E-S I as you
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\ .VOLUNTOWN, Conn. (AP)- "They like to mix it up, 10 t o Pystynen, a career Finnish' 'tJ; 4 t '

tyo marathoners from Finland speak, with their runners" said I army sergeant, and Salaaka, a ; : 1" '" .,.
Ire training here for Mon Johansson who also Interprets! l -
next _
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mill worker are training --
paper .
I day's 26 mtle In' Boston. for the 32. .old Pystynenand l : .. .... : .
-plue run year only 20 miles from t .... .
'"
Other marathoners should the year-old Salaaka. ... ;
be the nationalchampionship I I Conn., where Johnny Groton'j 'J ( ''
happy that the two aren't "Pystynen won LiSIDE } .
:\"J
I Wee."The. in Finland last the only U.S. winner In : ] .. 4.::!I>- ,' nNf +vf'. .....,...
.
two are Paavo Pystynen year and Oksanen, Pystynenand 18 years of the Boston .JP; .. ,, '

and Tenho Salaaka. The third Salaaka all finished high in thon, teaches school. '., .if,. . "...., .
Finns and .. x'
-dan-who Isn't here-Is sturdy the Nordic championship-Eino Kelley, the two r oW1 .... :
1no' Oksanen who the winning It. last year's record-time winner, 't.- .. 'I 7)');. .L....:::tl"ti
) won "In fact Finland won the Aurele Vandendriessche of Belgium "'......... -........:../..<... .... ,....
Boston AA Marathon three
tunes between 1959 and 1962.The first six places In the Nordic are considered the four

bandy-legged Oksanen a, marathon_the first time any top favorites for this year's 68th GLANCES Hitting the dirt en both Florid end Ariione dientondi M.,. .f the Cionti, Jo. Feelrene of the Y."..., Unny Croon .f the Twins, Bob I

Helsinki detective Is the defending Scandinavian nation had ever testing brings .ut a variety .f Noctioni; the ..,"1,1.,. feces of, loft t* llhtl Willie Alii,... el the Twins end Ron Felrly .f the Dodgers (NEA).
Nordic champion-with done such a thing. So, you lee Finnish entries have won the '- ---
Scandinavian included Finland has more than one outstanding -, Boston Marathon six times in '
an the nations 1
-but Is not entered for _marathoner 'the past 10 years. 'ra( r

the Boston run this year.A I CHIP"WSHOTS J Slants on SportsHere's

and. Salaaka spokesman says for Finland Pystynen likes I[Hawks, Warriors Vie .. .mr ',

to send as large a variety of I : A Vote
I
runners as possible and thus is
e w r.+uaaA
l keeping Oksanen preparing for For Playoff BerthSAN With a field of 80 players ; .

tle) 1964 Olympics and Sa the special Sunday Scotch 2ball $i' :"
However Pystynen mixed foursome golf tour. 'f'- For Finley's Porch "y
laaka can't be considered second
-raters FRANCISCO (AP-Cun- $12,500 for the winning team ney was won by Railey and / I. : ""

"Finland likes to give as sing for the Western playoff against $10,000 for the loser. Milton Edwards who captured {' ; f ' ,

many top runners a chance to'championship of the National That difference isn't so great the Jamie Jackson trophy for ". ",.. '. 1 By JACK SLAYTON
possible" Basketball Association and the but the winner goes into the final low net for the field. Six teams ii' :' Ledger Sports Editor
run In Boston as : .
Ernest Johansson, who has been says basket of cash going with it, the playoff where the purses tied for second with net 70: :;: : :; ,_ : '
the unofficial U.S. host for Fin- St. Louis Hawks battle the San will be $25,000 and 17000. The Maggie and Emmett James, <"r' : ; ::; The American League has come up with a new
land's marathoners for the past Francisco Warriors tonight at loser tonight goes home. Myrtle Mitchell and Ed Wade, _t'!, I . loop record: "Most skeletons rattled in the closet!

decade. the Cow Palace in the decider, Through six playoff games Lib and Tom McHan, Hazle y,: :, ",iI .' f Three by Charles O. Finley in 1964." There may be

1 D".OIl of their seven.game series Chamberlain leads the scoring and John Cottingham Camille 'ljp" : /. t white hair on the noggin of aforementioned Mr.
n./I. NAT GUA"D Waiting in the wings to see with 215 points and has grabbed Sinn! and Fritz telentzer, Dot. :' . .: Finley but there's a mess of fire in the furnace. And

who'll break the 3.3 tie are the 143 rebounds lie Koch and Harry Clark : > ; his latest peccadillo-trying to move the fence in

WrestlingREOPENS Boston Celtics the defendingNBA Low gross winner with 78 I' : ,.. it, ;" ; .; ;;: closer to home plate at Kansas City to conform with
champs who won the Eastern was the duo of Vanna Hoffman :.({ < ':''' .
) ,'.<, W'. .".. <'{ii.;', "homer alley" in Yankee Stadium has all but
from the Cincinnati ; ,, ,
playoffs Celtic SeesContest and Buddy Ersklne. Second r ; \ caused the American League officials to flip their
;
Royals a week ago with 80 was Martha Jackson : ;
The Celtics reportedly are In- and Mort Harkey. Tied with 7 :: 41 collective wigs.

SAT NITE 8 P.M. censed over the long wait. As 82's were: Melba Woodall and .,..... II I. ..,. ... ... Finley started all the jazz by his decision to try
"Nonsense," says General: Bob McManus Marge Mich- ...', . to reward the players during the season with special .
LAKELANDARMORY Manager Bob Feerick of the 'Rough'BOSTON ell and Ed Sample and JoAnn ::1: '" boosts in pay and bonus payments for on-the-

: Warriors. "The rest gives them Gulla and Frank Decker A ; spot accomplishments. This was vetoed with gusto

the advantage over either of us : dinner followed the tourney by the other club owners and Joe Cronin, chief !
who must play tonight and then (AP) "Sorry" you I Mike Estridge of Mulberry cook and bottlewasher for the AL. Then came the

ALL STAR be in Boston to open the finalson broke your leg, baby. I and a member of the junior "move the Kansas City franchise to Oakland, Atlanta -
T.V. WRESTLERS Saturday night. And the Celt That macabre bit of humor "
golf program at Par 3 Golf Louisville and what have you. This was ,
,r"j'W. .. ..,. ics know it" 1 from Tom Sanders of the Boston Center Is given a good chanceof settled by an edict from Cronin et. al. to "cease and !

.fiil 10,000 Expected Celtics may sum up the winning the state prep golf SHELLCRACKERS Mr. sad M... W. C. Floyd hold v, desist" and Finley settled with KC officials.
Originally the final Western roughness expected in tonight'sfinal
game; was scheduled Tuesday' Western Division National title. Tourney Is currently under string of ihellcreckort May ought while fishing Loki Pines th.1 In the interim he dressed his players in orange and green;

,' .'lt,1" I but the San Francisco Seals had Basketball Association championship course way In at Winter Lake Region Haven golf Andrea _of Jtnningi Camp. They. .used worms for bolt started night games on Saturday at 8 p.m. and a few other
----
the Cow Palace reserved that game between St Louis things that are not strictly kosher with the powers that be.
Is
: I night for a Western Hockey Association and the Warriors at San Francisco Lakeland Repasky In the representing For many of these ideas he was subjected to considerable

.1.J'.. t t, playoff game against division < Ridge tourney'sgirls Pro- Lakeland RosterTo scorn by the baseball scribes, some of whom should be more

Los Angeles The Celtics growing edgy I Am Association's tourney was correctly labeled "assistant public relations directors for the
I As the Hawks and Warriors from the long lay-off as they Squeedunk Club."
I ; to have been at Plant City
go Into their deciding game be. await the outcome were commenting golf club today, Next Thurs- Be Set And in many cases he was either incorrect or lacked a
\ fore an anticipated crowd of the TodayRoster
Wilt Chamberlain on Hawks-Warrior day It is at Bartow proper understanding of the problems that confront the sport.
10,000, must
series after workout ,
a long
f be the big man no matter how Wednesday Polk County Women's Golf But on the New York' Yankee deal I've go to go along with

Eddie you look at his 7-foot-1-inch Association had a combined for the 22.man Lake. op as expected, they could I Finley What's fair for the New York Yankees regardless of
height "That figures" to be a tough business meeting and golf! land Tiger team will probablybe easily be Knoxville bound by when the stadium was built should be fair for the other nine
\ seventh game, said Sanders
GRAHAMSIGNS For if the Hawks can check tourney today at Carpenter'sHome set sometime late today clubs in the league.
"You know, go up for a lay-up Final tourney of the June Gary Hart, who finishedup
his shooting, they'll probablywin when Don Lund, director of
and three guys tackle you and season Is April 30 at Bartow with Lakeland, will prob-
TO WRESTLE since the other Warriors minor league operations for In Line With Basic RuleIf
TOM BRADLEYr haven't been consistent with I say 'Sorry, baby, this is the las . 47th annual Florida State the parent Detroit Tigers ably be assigned to Jamestown J
game of the season. Sorry you Golf Association I a club owner wants to his fences In closer to
outside In de handicap put conform
shooting. setting meets with Manager Al Fed- while Bill Newton, a hurler all '
- broke
=1 JAPS tenses, the visitors will have: your leg, baby tourney is May 7-10 at Port St. eroff and other Class A farm season with Lakeland last to the basic rule that stipulates: "The distance from

: DUKE two or even three harrasslnj: Money Series Lucie golf club Handicaps up team managers Gail Henleyof home base to the nearest fence, and or other obstruction on
Wilt. The playoff championship to 13 will be used. Entry fee Duluth and Jack Phillips of summer may be retained. fair territory shall be 250 feet or more," according to Article

1 : J KEOMUKA At stake In the cash depart- opens at Boston Garden series Is $20 and deadline Is May 1. Jamestown to complete rosters Biggest problem will be to give 1.04, then it would seem to me he is in line with the rule. An

a.lD- ment tonight Is a purse o r. Saturday night, regardless of Jerry Scott carded a hole-In- for the coming season. Lakeland nine rookies to meet agenda to rule states: "A distance of 320 feet or more along
I HIRO the one on the 65-yard No.. 3 holeat the the foul lines and 400 feet field .
Western Division outcome. Both Duluth and Jamestown league requirements or more to center is preferable

t... I MATSUDACLASH Kathleen Faces That means that Boston Par 3 Center the Mel Brown No.had 12. have delayed openers while There Is a possibility ChandlerIs ." Now both Cronin and Ford Frlck commissioner of baseball
an ace on 120-yard
which its the Lakeland club will in have stipulated the 320-foot rule must at Kansas
., IN TAG won eighth straight Like son, like mother Mrs J,. open still listed as a rookie since operate
TEAM MATCH Plant City Nine Eastern Division playoff crown W. Allen mother of "Bugs"Allen Tampa on Monday night and he was placed on the disabledlist City and in every other American League ballpark. Oh, Yesl!
by ousting Cincinnati last Thurs. then play their first Lakeland With ONE GREAT BIG EXCEPTION: Yankee Stadium.
Against The defending Southwest Flor., day night will have been idle decided to take up golf: contest on Tuesday. It will bea early last season. There home plate to right field, 296 with a 45.inch wall (my
the of her
r .n ida Conference baseball champions ., for nine days when the tin footsteps golfing and free tick After the first 30 days of the
J& "money offspring And she's given her special night how big); home plate to left field, 301 feet with a 51-inch wall.
DON CURTIS the Plant City High I series" opens here. ets are available at several season Federoff must prune
son something to shoot at. She The argument has been tossed about. "What's fair for
AND Planters, travel to Lakeland fora "It'll be like getting In shape Lakeland locations, IncludingThe
his
roster to 19. Breakdown
4 all fired an ace on the 95-yard No. the Yankees Is fair for the opposition." There Is one slight
p.m. engagement tomorrowwith over again, said Tommy Ledger deskIndications .
7Il' Cowboy *d1aio the Kathleen Senior High I Heinsohn. 7. would probably have four In. flaw The Yankees play 81 home games. The other nine)

BOB ELLIS School Red Devils "It means getting his players The 13th annual Henry Camp point to the out. fielders, three outfielders two teams only play 10 or II games each In Yankees Stadium.
Mi-
James
field of John Faehr,
Coach Charlie Lyle's Red to a mental peak again" added Invitational golf tourney is catchers a utility player and Therefore the Bombers can load up with the pull bitters who
all and Bill Voss along with
INDIAN Devils, winner of four of five, Coach Red Auerbach. "And It's slated April 23.26 at Ocala golf the Infield of Rufus Anderson nine pitchers or possibly an- may be handicapped In such spacious parks as Cleveland
at home will be lookingfor tough them course. Entry fee Is $15 and other and Stadium, Comlskey Park In
LITTLE games ; getting up after Barrie Williamson, Walt utility player only Chicago, Minnesota Stadium and
BEAR revenge of an earlier 4.beating;, the Royals in five entries close at midnight tonight eight hurlers. Washington's Stadium.
Don
Thoele and Pepper stayIng
loss inflicted by Plant City The games" , DeSoto National Other teams In the FSL
I'-VS- Amateur handicap golf tour. here for at least the opener. : Taking nothing away from the Bombers the facts are they
Planters didn't win that one
I Tampa. Orlando St. Petersburg
-
Both and Anderson have been almost impossible to beat
home.
DON until the last half of the seventh ney will be held *t three Sara- Pepper Daytona Beach Sara- at And that close
played here last summer. The fence in right field is a big factor the left field
IS. Actually
if and then it was with the Denison Captures iota area courses May 14- iota, Miami and Ft. Lauder-
: WHITTLER two catchers will be Roy Ren- situation Is not favorable since the fence
help of Kathleen errors Entry fee for the 54 hole tour dale. slopes rapidly awayat
Ticket Wn .,.."'. Drug Right hander Mike Rollyson Junior High Meet ney is $25 and handicaps up| fro and James Leyland. Ren- the foul line so left field and left center all are fairly distant
R. id.am..nss 1 se 1.00 O.....Ad.10Wrestling,,,. L 21 the All-America high school Denison to 18 will be permitted . A fro did not play last season from home plate.
racked
eager, probably will oppose with its seventh up, eighth I51'/ points and mixed pro-am benefit golf but Is not classfied as a rookie. Lake Wales Eighth, Yankee Stadium was built for Babe Ruth when It was

Kathleen's Doug English on the ninth grades to outdistance five match will be held April 26 at Biggest question mark and Seventh Grades Win constructed In the early 1020',. It had Ruth In mind and It

mound, other teams and win the Polk three Orlando courses. There the one slated for. solution this has the pull bitter In mind now. Either the management

Kathleen is 5-7 for the season County track meet for larger will be a $10 entry fee plus afternoon' will be Federoffs AUBURNDALE Lake Wales there should be forced to raise the fence 20 or 25 feet or
and 5-8 In the SWC. junior high schools completed $350 for the buffet supper hurling staff Jim Brown and walked off with the seventh and move horn plate back towards the stands to lengthen the

Tuesday at Lakeland Senior Pros Dave Ragan and Skip Ron Chandler, both here last eighth grade titles yesterday I Ia In foul lines. Or let the other clubs put their "pennant
Alexander are slated to compete summer and both recuperating
High School. track meet for smaller Polk porches" up too.

7th Annual Following Denison, with seventh from sore arms, will probablybe County junior high schools. But for the American League the New York Yankees
eighth and ninth grade Chuck Johnson Is the new kept here. If the pair devel- Lake Wales outscored Lake area
PLANT CITY cores combined were: Kathleen summer pro at Port St. Lucie Alfred, 48-40, for the seventh symbol of league supremacy. And the other owners seem

94; Westwood 90.44; Au golf club. The former Illinois, Pony League grade trophy and was way to fight harder to preserve the Yankee status quo than even
burndale 664' : Lakeland, 40; golfer played two years for the 'I I ahead of Haines City 724-37'{. the Yankee management Any tinkering with any part of the
and Bartow, 33%. Florida Southern College golf Parents Meet in the eighth grade division. game that might just knock out the Bombers seems to bring
ROTARY CLUB The field events were held team. The year-old bachelor The scores of junior high vicious and vehement action from the powers that be.
Monday at the Bartow Junior took over the summer duties There will be a meeting tonight schools competing with seventh Finley may be all wet and Inconsiderate In many thingshe

All ProfessionalRODEO. High School with the track as his father Chuck Sr., of all parents of Lake- grade results listed first were: has done In the past but all he's trying to do In the "pen
land baseball
events being runoff Tuesday at departed Port St. Lucie for his Pony League Is Lake Wales-48, 72'-i\ ; Haines nant porch" situation is to create a field In Kansas City that
Lakeland Senior High summer duties at Butterfield players. The meeting set Clty-18 3714; Highland City- will help his A'a win a few games.
Club in Hmsdale Ill. for 1:30 p.m at Sportsman'sPark 10, 37; lake Alfred-40, 21'?{:
I Country on the old Fish Hatchery Why Is it wrong for Finley but right for the Yankees?
Frostproof, 10; Davenport- That's a question that should be answered. And
Lassies Win road. answered
BARRS CAPTURE 5\.i\ 0. .
logically, not emotionally.
There are still openings for
McDonald' Lassies chalkedup SHUFFLE MEETEd 11-14 .
In the
boys age groupto WCDNIfOAVe IOMTy
_.._
Th A Prw *
a 12.5 victory over Sunbeam compete In the baseballprogram .
i SAN'" Jose Ctlll Lull Molina
Bakery In a women's softball and Ethel Barr teamed to 1].'.>. ." Jour. oulpolnlid rUul (a.
_n.no IJO'., Mntcn Clt"0.. Short Sport NotesThe
contest. The Lassies will playin win the Tuesday Choose-Your' I

WILLIAM SCHNEIDER MEMORIAL STADIUM Auburndale tomorrow nightIn 58 Partner 28 shuffle tourney Harold with Da-a report Is that Paul Richards Is getting just a bit
victory over
a non-league game. frustrated by his "inside" job as
general manager of the
mude and Ord Dunkle in the
: and Linda
Joanne Pendry Houston Colts and wants to return to the active
Friday & Saturday Apr. 17 & 18 Beal each connected for homers finals. managerial
for the La sies. The winers The winners also eliminated duties. However he won't make the move until the Colts

17 hits. Walter Jackson and Ima Ball r h are strong enough to be a pennant contender . Jay Wilkinson
_got __..0.-- 37.32, while i l Dunkle-Damude + Is sort of In a quandry. The former Duke University All-
I STUDENTS 85c .. . ADULTS
$2.00 American doesn't know whether
downed Jay Snoddy and Harley ( to play pro football with
MORTGAGE FHA LOANS VA I Hall. 19-18. Jackson-Ball trim either the Chicago Bears of the NFL or the Kansas City Chiefsof

: med Hilly Gries and Edward the AFL; help his father in his senatorial campaign or

RODEOPARADE FIRST Or MORTGAGE FLORIDA CORP. I Bush 33-32. study for the ministry. . Richie Allen is considered one of
A field of 24 courts was in the brightest rookies in the National League. The
h.n. MU 11JT lo"a"d'M.svcs .. Philadelphia
...... I
1s ova .u. play at the Civic Center shuffle
Phillie
outfielder third
baseman had
100 .. flo".o A... II a rough time at Little
: courts. Rock Ark., last summer The fans gave him "what for" all

season. . Scuttlebut Is the next team that would like to

HUNTING HATCHET CAMP COOKOUT SET I transfer from Arizona to Florida for spring training is the

Downtown Plant Cleveland Indians. The Boston Red Sox have already indicated .
City I they will be Florida bound In '68. Only the site Is un

"lt........ P.M. Saturday, April 18 Tent lanterns I determined.

Rodeo Torpi stores I Nicklaus Favored In Houston Classic I
Free Pony
KnlvM Canteens 4 I HOUSTON (AP-J ack Nick try Club course, where the Gas-

Including Saddle Barbecue Celt !laus was the popular choice as sic I I. being held for the first

To It Given Away the $59,000 Houston Golf Classic time. .
At Rodeo Grounds
Shoes of All KindsVET'S opened today but Phil Rodgershas Nicklaus who finished second
Saturday, Both Day. looked sharp during practice In the Masters with Dave Marr
April 18th Serving From 6 P.M. rounds
FISH STRING Th... engltri hold up their catch "..... last Sunday drew 3-1 odds as
SURPLUS STORE Rodgers, former University of the Classic favorite.Rodgers' .
In Like Yen eut ef H.nk't. Fish Camp. They used a flyred end
See Bull Houston star, fired a three-un- 68
Rqffoele Spanish the low
Zoppe, Fighter, small tumble bee fer beit with the !kiggttr bail, Hi ,.undi. der. 68 was score

In Supreme Performance 519 N. Florida Ave., Lakeland MU 2.1805 The .",...., left .te right: frank McMillen, Wink Spechl end Wednesday par during over the final 7,223-yard practice of the he day picked In the$250 proamateurand in
up
prize
Herb! Grey. Three ef the kiss were teggtd. par 35-36-71 Sharpstown Coun money for it.j .

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Becomes' M !AAU Swim 1 LAKELAND LEDGER

V
Bob Pickett, former Eastern
'
." Intercollegiate J7S. pound,
Tourney '" . wrestling champion .is in. his

14th season coaching Harvard's
A Pied PiperBy matmen.

Begin TodayPITTSBURGH -01' ",I Ia

J GO GOO
(AP) Divers
ARTHUR DALEY O
with
a winning smile. He has
@. ',&Iforla tim,. the forearms, shoulders and and distance swimmers pooled

For most professional) golfers, back of a blacksmith, but he their talents today at the opening -

their sport is a contest of skill tapers to a 33-inch waist. His of the Olympic-flavored SenIor MMMNi

-man ,vs. man and man vs light brown hair la receding. National MU women's Indoor i
the elements. It Is a livelihood. He was a chain smoker 3
And'it ts hard work. until swimming and diving
January, when he qtlt =
championships at the Univerry
-
For ,Arnold Palmer it Is all smoking entirely. He quit of Pittsburgh.The 2
these-and It is also a perpetual endorsing cigarettes, too, but
diving event was the one-
challenge. Palmer met the he still lends his name to
meter, with Patsy Willard of the
latest challenge by becomingthe sports clothing and golf equip. Dick Smith Gym of Phoenix, ::

first*. four-time winner of mart soda pop and catsup, ASS CATCH M.Mn dbbi el S24 W. Hancock keldi' Ariz., defending champion

the Masters Tournament perhaps laundry service and maid .IB the U1.! ,....... black ben ka co.aht while flabia5 Saddle. Creek. among those entered. Finals will =R= -
the most in service.
prestigious
eras Ha vied. black eels! far bail end. fished awl af The tail be held tonight. Y.o
golf He has met so many Golf I Is In Palmer's blood.
challenges ao well that he has He was born Sept. 10, 1929, In Wall. Also on tonight's card Is the rRJ f \
,650-yard freestyle which Is beIng
-
become the first
universal hero Latrobe Pa., the eldest of four
of his sport and the first to I children (two boys and two FISHING HUNTING held as part of the indoor SCHOOLINGRACES
I championships for the first time
approach millionaire's status girls) and the only golfer in 7:00 P.M.
this The winner will be determined
from off-the-course sidelines the foursome. Milfred J. (Deacon year -

Bobby Jones was a great ) Palmer, his father, has Tagged Fish of by comparative times TONIGHTFREES
heats.
hero, but golf was a rich man's been groundskeeper since 1921 I ; FREE!
About 250 of the nation's
game In his day and the public and head pro since 1933 at the top NO MINORS
female
swimmers the
placed him on a pedestal. Ben Latrobe Country Club. larges
Catch field ever entered-will REGULAR SEASON
Hogan was a great hero and At the age of 3 Palmer gota Reports competein
the NICI CATCH M... .,
four-day meet. Wattor Dn.. hold up the fin OPENS TUESDAYS
widely respected, but public set of sawed-off clubs. At 7,
The girls have an added Incentive block boss she cavo>l .while fnhinf laka ...k.,. Ski fished. APRIL21A
respect turned to warmth only he broke 55 for nine holes and
after a near.fatal automobile at 12 he broke 40. At 14, In this year-the Olympics near the Meeie Club tail and awl .f Willlemt leathers fell NIGHTLY 8110
By FRED W. JONES The first six finishers in each
accident. Palmer is a hero to his first high school match, he sea FUtilnf Center.WHAT R MATINEESA
I Fishing Hunting Editor event will qualify for the U.S.
*
all, the darling of an era in shot a 71. He entered Wake
Olympic team tryouts in New 2:00 P.M.S .
which television has put golf.Forest College on a golf scholarship Yesterday we ran a few lines on the tenth week of the York In late summer A HUNCH BET!
Into millions of homes. I. In 1947.! left for a three- Schlitz contest. Here are a few more Items of interest: Wed.-Frl-Sot.

How did Palmer become year hitch in the Coast Guard, "Jesse Lott of Auburndale, continued to find tagged fish Defends Title 0 5400 Rcpoved

such a Pled Piper He doein't returned In 1954 and quit just in Lake Jullanna, turning in his ninth tagged fish for this season Back to defend its team titles $2 GETS $63,721 T Bradtnton Rood
have Jones' stylish strokes. short of a degree.In !I" the powerful Santa Clara A Kennel Club
He doesn't have Hogan's me. 1954 he won the U. S. Calif. Swim Club, which Includes .. .
And 1 Holil .
R. Gunter of
Lakeland In Lake
chanical gifts. His lame Is Amateur Championship. That fishing gs. six individual championson MIAMI (AP) A 50earold -, -
worth, caught a bass carrying a $50 tag. The other 30 fish
based on power not finesse year, he also met Winifred its member squad Santa Miami man Invested
But be does have boldness (;Winnie) Walzer, a quiet attractive turned in during the week In this zone were each worth $23.Tampa Clara also won both team relays $2 in a hunch bet on the twin

boldness breeds fallibility and brunette from Bethle- ---. J JU in 1963.Heading double at Gulfstream Park and SERVICE SPECIAL :

fallibility U the curs of every hem, Pa. Palmer, bold even Nbdw. 13.14 say...Tloa.... we. awe Prldq., 1'n Aerll....51..1 /.w.1ns1.111 N45...bra.... .euwn.21 r..,....1 the Santa Clara team collected $63,721 Wednesday
..... '
Sunday duffer. in those days, proposed three 11.01 il 16.year-old Donna Devarona, Vincent Palmisano, a former
Every shot is a challenge. days after meeting her. They I r J. a member of the I960 Olympic public relations man, took his
As one observer put It, "Palm were married that winter. It Is also interesting to not Lakeland, one of the five team and the world record hold. winnings home in cash.

er plays golf the way most They now have two daugh "market' are.." in Zone One of the Schlitz contest, has had at er in the 400-meter Individual I "With me opening a restaurant .

people ahoot craps." He never ters-Peggy 8, and Amy, Sand least 50 per cent more tagged fish turned in than any of the medley She will be defendingher next week, this money sure GENERAL _.,._

t plays safe. He plays dynamic, a ranch house overlookIng other areas national titles in the 200- came at an opportune time," he

. emotional, exciting, unpredlctable the Latrobe course. Theyare And that although two other cities have had $1,000 fish yard and 400-yard Individual aid. I TIRE ,

( golf. He charges down the seldom home. Winnie turned in, Lakeland leads in money received with almost medley races. I He laid he found the winning

fairway, almost running to make travels with her husband and $4,000 received by local anglers or at.least anglers fishing Another top hopeful for the numbers on a piece of paper on'
his next shot, and thousands of acts as his social secretary. locally. Olympics, Sharon Finneran will the floor of the restaurant he :

Walter Mittys rush with him. Since turning professional In Of the total of 327 tagged fish turned in during the con be swimming for Santa ClaraIn plans to take over. He said he THURS., FRI., SAT. SPECIAL

Jerry Barber, a leading pro,, 1955, Palmer has won, among test so far, the Lakeland area has turned in 129. And of the this meet. Miss Finneran the had no Idea what the numbers :
one said "Palmer goes rightto ether things, the United States 14 "old" fish tags turned in, the Lakeland area has accountedfor defending 500-yard freestyle ti. 3,7,8, represented but decided You can't make a better deal
the throat of a course, and Open (1960), British Open (1961 tlist, was a member of the Los to bet them.
10.
then he shakes it to death. and 1962) Masters (1958, 1960, Angeles Athletic Club team las The horses in Palmisano's selections to save your life I ;

But go-for-broke golf has pit 1962 and 1964), $128,230 in of year were Swift Stream in
falls, too. Palmer once took a Ficial tournament purses in one The local fishing must be really good! We cannot remember the fifth race $1040.: Brilliant

12 on one hole, and everyone year (1963) and more than half when we've had as many photos sent In as we've had the Needle In the sixth, $5.80; Gallant ALIGNMENT AND

who has had trouble breaking a million dollars In career first few days of this week! Wrestling Returns Chief II In the eighth,)

90 felt a little closer to him. tournament earnings. First, we have a series from the Williams Brothers Bait $20.20, and Belfast in the ninth,
Through it all. Palmer has and Fishing Center at the power plant on Lake Parker, Included Saturday NightTo $47. BRAKE SPECIAL r rwEDOALLTHls$895

retained the common touch. He PC's Crum Gains are two photos of Nancy Huff, one with a 4'/j-pound Guard Armory Belfast figured In a $77,040

chats with everyone. He flies bass caught on the ninth.and the other with two bass* one 3 twin double on March 30. He,
his plane from one tournament SemifinalsPORT and one 4 pounder. Wrestling will return to the won the ninth race on that date :
Golf .
to another, and once he de- Lakeland National Guard Armory and paid 6750. I
toured hundreds of miles to Young Lady Enjoys FishingIn Saturday night with a about I The record twin double payoff :
AP-Tish .
LUCIE (
give a stranded serviceman he ST card topping the program. il 84114.20 here March 5. The
didn't .know a ride home to Preuss of Pompano Beach faced the note which accompanied the photos, George says: A tag match will send the $63,721 was fourth highest of the :

visit an ailing parent. Peggy Bass of Orlando todayin "Nancy says to tell you she doesn't fish all the time. She Japanese team of Hiro Matsudaand meeting Car :

Palmer 1 II 34 years old 5 feet the semifinals of the FloridaWomen' only fishes during her spare time 20 minutes to one hour Duke Keomuka against the :

11 Inches and 183 pounds. He Golf Assoclatlo. between leaving home and time to be at work. Still think team of Don Curtis and Cowboy
1 Tournament after an easy victory Ellis. Polk Sports Club e balance front wheels :
has a tanned handsome face round. the one main requirement for a good fisherman is to really
In the second Popular Eddie Graham will
Miss Preuss whipped Aggie enjoy it." grapple Tom Bradley and Don Meets TonightThe ADD $1.50 FOR CARS WITH TORSION BAR,. ;
Medulla/ Beach 6 and Incidentally, we wonder how ,many of you remember .
Loop
Goss of Pompano Whittler Is paired against Chief Imperial Polk.County AIR-RIDE OR AIR CONDITIONING :
4 yesterday by winning four 01 Nancy the first time we mentioned her? Little Bear in the other boutson Sports Car Club will hold Its

Opens Season the last five holes. Miss Preus It was back several years ago that we got a call one day the card. regular monthly meeting at the'''

eliminated her major compel from a lady who identified herself as a newcomer to Lakeland The first bout will be 8 p.m. home of Bill Chambers, 3023 GENERAL TIRE SERVICE

MEDULLA The Medulla lion for the title, defending ; a native of the Hawaiian Islands, and much Interested Promotion is by Pat O'Hara, Redwood Ave today at 8 p.m.''

Dixie League baseball season champion Nancy Roth, in the in the kinds of fish we had here, how to catch them, etc., etc who indicated weekly Saturday Persons needing informationon 202 N. Ingrohom 682.5171 :

began Monday night at Medullr first round. Nancy was as full of questions as anyone we had ever en bouts would now be resumed at how to get to ChamberS'j LAKELAND ;
school with three county com In the other semifinal matchon countered. She wanted to find out everything she could about the Armory. home should phone .,

missloners, Aldine Combee, the 8.500-yard Sinners any kind of fishing -- .

Floyd Woods and Lei Dunson, Course, medalist Maureen Crumof Well she got started and must have learned well, for she .
on hand to kickoff the openingof Plant City meets PauletteLee
!is unquestionably a very competent fisherman now. We've
the baseball season for boy of Coral Gables. The last
seen many good strings she's taken particularly from Lake
In the 8-12 age group 'I two times they met in the sem
In the opening lame the Sun finals of this tournament, Miss Parker, which is handy for her short time periods availablefor CHEVROLET

beam Yankees defeated the Crum won. i fishing. I
Blue Seal Pavers, $.5. Danny 1 Other photos sent In by George show: "Walter Drigger,

Passmor and Leslie Stewart Two Tie For Medal 328 Fern Road, with a string of bass, the largest 9'% pounds.M. .

teamed to hurl for the winners A. and Bertha Barrett, .Highland City, with a string of

Passmore. Terry Gandy and, Honors In League I bream, 12 pounds total, taken from Lake Parker. Ralph

homered for the Dukes, 2192 Lake Drive Winter Haven with bass
David Pittman and a S'/a-pound makes all of trucks
1, W. (Bugs) Allen Jr. types quality
winners while Wayne Sherrouse,, Elbert Osborne fired 3-under. caught on a black and white rubber worm from Lake Parker."

Butch Vlnson and Walton Free Si's to take medal honorsin And we have enough photo from Mrs Hannah at The
par
man homered for the losers A the Phosphate Golf League: Bait Well on East Glendale to last us for a weekl! Her photos .

protest however, was lodged of at Par-3 Golf Center. include shellcrackers, bans, bass, bass and one big catfish! /
over the reported violation I Osborne was point winner We'll list them later

the substitute rule with plus 17 Bob Marshall and
God-
On Tuesday night Mike Don Akers teamed for 2-mai
win fanned 13 and hurled the honors with plus 13. I //
to a 9-8 victory
Publix Braves BOWLINGSOUTHWIST
Linder
High 4 man team was
International Mineral rM.,
over Machinery's quartet of Mar
Corp, Cardinals. Wayne Jenkins shan Akers, Allen and Tom .
each doubledfor MkMOKIB
and Glen Fisher Stroud.
w. UM
the Braves. Jerry Hubbard for the George Tucker was closest to *' P":">';;r": '':!::=::".: :J;*: H I Oty,
of :
triples ;/ '
had a pair : .ail '
the pin.Team. : : NaI'
Bultdowi :: =: : 34 5j YJ )GWY 1 {, rs,
losers. ________ victories were chalked Huh cam ....,...... Bulldnu, 410
Huh team I. Bulldoii
up by Mmeco, Juno, Alert Refractory Nay lodivldual ....... Paul upa Wllkln-
Kathleen League Davison Chemical No.I 1OU HUh: In4l'ldual ...1... Paul WUkln-
Paint Under Machinery wo all.
Slates Opening Cannon ,
and Barney's Pumps. Una. sTBur .

KATHLEEN-Th Kathleen 1. Aim* Oalert .. w'eeis"
2: ranthlri .:.'... ::: 33 tl
Pony League baseball season Indy WarmupSAN 1.. C/r.lr.rlllUooi ........ 1r 21
at t Fir* Balli .' ,' ]' 21
here Saturday
will open HUH u.m sin.. Paiiuimi; ,. SIS
Kathleen Pony League field BERNARDINO, Calif. Hun warn I .r,. 101Tall :
II-.n'C
:
H1r'5'u><">4''" """. *",b_
with a combined baseball twin (AP) Race driver Parnelli ". .
.
I in Individual 'I' Maiicv Nick
bill and chicken barbecue. Jones warmed up for the Indianapolis .... aeo. .

First lame of the twin bill 500 on Memorial Day; I. MIDULLLA .

will be at 1 p.m. Following by running off with the 50-mde 1. ""n;! *., /1 .Mir Loot 10t 1
the second contest a chicken USAC midget feature beret Wiener i. ... ...N..u.o... 30 ,. 1 / / 1
barbecue will be held. Fee will .: ayes:,:- :::::::::::: 10 I n

be $1 for adults and 75 cents I Huh Hlih turn te.m.re a.mitOsa,, eln5 Rio Bf e4 14 i,, 498Hiih 015.. ,
for chlldrea. All proceeds will Conley DroppedNEW 0.Huh 0<..l.divld.al 1110 arm,. Mon Moar. th0 .fl6dr fteyJEfe
Kathleen Pony YORK (AP)-Gene Con IndiTldual ....... Mark MMU 3
the
go to who has lost his stock-in. Or Oca sheeMRITIMlRa / t / '#& & '0f i sai ; 1
League program. The baseball ley, LIAOUC $ *< ;C(a / (|
ls for boys In the 13-14 trade fastball at least temporarily : B,ppr Do.r, .... < l*.. PUTTY ANGLER N... loop and living In the has been dropped from t:. :: "Wlk.pinatifa.. .... .,,.,. .::. 40 U HuM holds of tile 4Vi ...(* 2 3jp/ / / / / / 5. a.a .
ale group **
the Red Sox starting pitcher K..l....tf. 3t 33 found. bUck ku.. she ought .
Kathleen area. Hue Mnlpleu,. jojy
lami Th. Ml l
All food will be donated by rotation. Reliever Jack Lamabe Hard: team .. The sieve 1100,.. whit! fuhiiif L." Parka. cut .

replaces him. ,11Lrn.1 il ... .f Wlni..... Irothtn hit motFilhlitf | 1.
James J. Musso. Ins Udlfldual .or. pert Yirun $( |||/ $ a 1 / 1 1 1. 1 .
H ft Individual. art.., DorU Twloni C.nt.". r
4JBiiti Tli laik Dad, s-TI' OorU Y. mti; / 111 M&m a. : ie 1 / .r
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toe 1.7.Atlanta ; : '' +. "' ", ;" "i -' '
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Meet
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On New Stadium AUBURNDALE Seven high CHEVROLET

I ATLANTA AP-Cround will schools will compete today in

'be broken today for an $l8-mil. the Polk County Track Meet at
trs.M lion sports stadium with a ca the Auburndale High School
pacify of 50,000 baseball fans or7.ooo football stadium.Preliminaries I QUAtW THUCM COST UW

football rooters. I were schedule
I The stadium Is to be com- for 4 p.m. today with finals in

pleted In 12 months-In time for all events to begin at 7:30 p.m.

the 1965 baseball. season. There will be no admission, Telephone your Chevrolet dealer about any type of truck
The Atlanta Fulton County charge for the preliminaries
,
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Recreation Authority awardeda However, there will be an admission 111.11114141eN/1141411414.i

contract Monday to Thompsonand charge for the finals I r

Street Co., Charlotte, N.C.. I Competing in the meet will be I
and Atlanta. high school teams from Lake
The authority announced earlier -,land, Kathleen, Winter Haven' PENDARVIS CHEVROLET INC.

that a professional baseball Bartow, Auburndale Maine i I ,

CATCH R.y Smith d 526 ............... team Jill agreed to a long.term City, and Lake Wales Winter
LUNKIR .1. wIth lease of the stadium starting Haven's Blue Devils are considered -
S CI5 An"j
ma Phone 6865165Palmer
hack bins h. e..ht 310 N. Florida Av.. Lakeland
helds Mrs .... The has favorite
If' pleat ,i., next season team not a strong pre-meet
tha ,.w. s
..... L.k.. P.rka .t .
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i OH. DEAR THIS COOL YOU OFF -- FINGERNAIL ON THE

I) I Soviets Develop Motels 1 CLASSROOM WARMTODAV IS SO I MAKE CAN SHIVERTIIURSDAY EVEN YOU BLACKBOARD

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I By HENRY S. BRADSHER the Soviet Union, and not many :

MOSCOW (AP-In the United roads to travel. Trucks are the

I States, the motel followed main highway users Their drivers 1

I _the development of travel by get special consideration in
private automobile. In the So- reservations at the motel.

j\ viet Union, the motel came Perhaps some day the present .
tint. trickle of foreign visitors by automobile ," =ew t

Two have been opened on the will swell enough to t
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highway that encircles Moscow,,provide tourist business. At the -
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just beyond the point at which moment the two motels are primarily SEALED 11GNT!
ctav,4 aPtcs,4 sox WOWIJ's
prefabricated apartment housesare used as annexes of Mos- c o, prf rNf NE AV 7Ey NOAVY' 4 Ww i RONOFBEE!
turning rolling farmlandInto cow's crowded downtown hotels uvaER/verER tausM -" INSIDET7DMATROWI

suburb More motels are .

planned. I No Names Given ,r

Not Exactly Motels
The motels don't even have
They aren't exactly motel as names except as affiliates of
you Americans know them Vehicles their downtown connections.
'
go into a parking lot and But Gregorl Suvorov says the

the customers walk through the motel he manages will some O oa

lobby and upstairs to their,day be Independent "Then we

rooms. have a name of our own." It
The Russian have taken the is now known as the Motel on u

American word "motel" and putit the Minsk Highway,

on combinations of hotel, By the standard of many fie ,? INSIDE
service station and garage, places where foreign travelers
There are few private cars I in find themselves sleeping in the

- ssrawiDRIVEIN Soviet Union, such as airport

hotels, this is a good place to

OPEN 6:30-THEATRES SHOW 7:30 stop Each of 95 rooms has a bath- I s

Tomghfi The HihtTo room, which Is an uncommon pz"
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Co Out T. A Movitl situation outside a few large Soviet ON "CUNSMOKI" James Arntti I' Manhol Molt Dillon

cities Large windows, sod Amanda Blake, loft, II Kitty Ruii.ll art Joined! by Jaca.ua- w A ; \

bright pictures on the walls and lint Scott playing nowcomtr to Dodge City who trial to run ,Iir > I Iv

STARTS TONIGHT rugs on the floors made the: Kitty'i Long ranch Saloon out of buiinati by opening' a rival t

j rooms attractive. aitabliihmtnl, on 'Gunimoko". Saturday, ((10:00-11.00 p m., 1ST) q1 cl(

=19 I on ho CBS Television Network . l r

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At 7:30: and 11:20 The Niagara River and Falls,
Adult Ent.rtainmenttI flowing in a northerly direction
WINNER OFAcodimy from Lake Erie to Lake Ontario, WORRY CLINIC .l= 1160

a distance of 28 miles, constitutes -

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Awards States I GIMME A SPELL,

Ineludint"Beit Matches And FiresBy (300.00! ;( PETIMOUTv

Actr.ssl"Patricia Grove Park N Cf PUFF 800-00!

Neal Shopping Confer \ i Os ..ri r ,.
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I CASE S-440: Tommy Z., bor girl She excited him. 5 fl r

I aged 10, has a common obsession In the resulting mood of exhilaration l t
PAUL Jf Shows Atl00.4:3081 and tingling physical 5 (.J n1w a.s

Il S "Dr Crane," his mother began energy, he felt an overpowering '
NEWMAN "what can we do for urge to do something -

Tommy? dangerous.So .
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-Hlib" BEST PICTURE a mania to get I the porch, which soon Ignited. twR a Nglaa

at matches and; I In our prudish. past. genera-
OPTHEYEAR! I start fires. lions, we have refused to -

I, Last week analyze these simple sexual Academy Awards' Appeal
plut-At 9:40 Only Wised oftcaoter I when he was "" reactions of children, feeling

OOfftT V"NVlftOINIA playing next that they never have any sexual 1}
JIFFOIV MUSICS MAYO In t ,AWARDS I IrJ. door at the ? thoughts in-their heads till Lies In Fact It's ContestBy

"Tlit Proud On.s" Color home of a little the late teens.

girl his I own But psychiatry knows bet- The BOB THOMASAP through the dreary speechesand
I j age, he started ter And it was partly an indictment Movie-Television Writer the limitless commercialsto

\ I LAST a fire that of the adult older find out who is going to win
\ NITS DR. CRANE generation when youngsterswent HOLLYWOOD (AP) Academy -
L JI.. burned the 1. Stars the big prizes at the end.
floor out of the back porch. wrong. aftermathIt's That doesn't mean that Oscar
Carload Nlte
AT Tao Bargain fc 11 00 "If the fire truck hadn't arrived still quite a show. For all can't be improved. As Debbie

ASSIST KNAPP IN so swiftly, the whole the knocking and the ribbing it Reynolds pointed out before the
"Gunmon from larodo" seta snarl r.owo.ram "MPw".... house might have burned Childbirth'sSecond gets, the annual Oscar event event, the lack of participationof

m coton. IfiVHENCE01AHAHLV down, I Impel remains a unique exhibit of Hollywood's top names is

ALSO AT SRO ONLY "His daddy has punishedhim 'glamor and professionalism. shocking.
CLI" Ro.IRTs '" several times for playing Stage l' The proceedings are formal- 'Twas not always so. Five or

"THE INTERNS" with matches, but Tommy justcan't By Carroll Rightermuch ized to a fault, and everyone 10 years ago, the majority ofHollywood's
Jt _AUC OAlusn ANtONY pelt of the of
seem to leave them gets weary parade big names put on
o/OCK wvn S bat rtnncnwr""rownl
FILM ,, araltwe, alone. Said CrucialATLANTIC recipients with their effusion of their best furs and feathers to
LAWD lAST Mrs ':: rri'iIIA" I thanks to all hands. But what
;i-- airln p, "He seems as fascinated by make the Oscar bash the ulti-
0 >Vf I.N TMIAtKf NIT . 1i !; would do In their shoes?
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in Now
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The point is that the Academy
25cC.A.RI.Q.A. Is attracted to liquor only if dragooned Into
.& NITI -A Yale University medical APRIL II, 1964 cooperation now, and Awards are a contest, a highly service the
on
J OUIIT COIOH wins, -2 There this mania are two for basic matches.aspectsto school professor says the most GENERAL TENDENCIES: others also give needed backIng ''sophisticated competition. And Getting the stars program.to turn out

crucial In life Is the Get affairs nicely organized Americans dearly love a raceThat's Oscar's No 1 Other
period second is problem.
is In the
T JO 11"90 An electric feeling
CLARK OAILI In Up to a certain degree, it Is Dine together in the eve why most of us sit
"K'N'' ANO A GUII"I" NEXT ATTRACTION a natural form of childhood stage a woman goes through air and you can use this to ning. matters, including the balloting,

curiosity. when giving birth-as the baby accomplish a very great deal appear to be okay
'JO ONLY
"THE PINKPANTHER" CAPRICORN (December 22
ADULT E"TI"TIII"MI"T I that is of powerful Importanceto This year's results evoked as
So try to let your young leaves the mother's womb and to January 20) Much can be Japan-Guam
much satisfaction
and to your desire to as any since
"ILM O Oll..TOV"I..rt you
sters indulge their to
"n,... Inn Imnl, strike matches. yen passes through the birth canalto have your place in the sun, accomplished at this time and 1955, when "Marty" came

-! For.example, deliberatelyschedule enter the world. Early make sure that you get you can plan future labors Underwater through with Its Cinderella win.
- Co-workers
wisely, too. expect
some picnics where Dr. Joseph B. Forman, assistant a start toward the many opportunities The crowd was pulling for Sid-
advice from
will have bonfire. possible for you suggestions, you Cable PlannedYOKOHAMA ney Poitler, who won for the 14-
you a clinical professor of obstetrics now. Show how they can best
/ NOW SHOWING But let your child actually and carry through with eclat day "Lilies of the Field" over
AT scratch the match and light and gynecology at Yale and vision. cooperate much more costly entries. The

.oweyoww 1:00.3:08.5:16.1:24.9:32: : the fire. said that during the second ARIES (March 21 to April AQUARIUS (January 21 to Japan (AP- fact that he is a Negro was not

Meanwhile, warn him to be stage, things can most easilygo 19) Many opportunities are February 19) Hobbies that The U.S. cable ship Long Lines overlooked by the voters but

careful lest he burn himself wrong and "it Is the time presented to you now for get. have proven satisfactory for arrived Wednesday to start lay. that does not detract from his
ft VIS ov f $SWirt9 some time should now be completed Ins a submarine cable linking highly performance.
And as soon as he is old when the most can be done to ting the data you require engaging _
enough, let him join the Cub This leads to much progress.Don't with ease, perfected. Japan and the South Pacific
ave,life or prevent serious and Set up appointments for evening's island of Guam. '
PRESIEY Scouts and then the Boy waste a moment. Show l'l''
gYM1 Scouts. lasting Injury" gratitude for assistance you entertainment. Make The work is a part of an $80-

.1 For In those splendid organizations Dr. Forman made his remarks only congenial contacts. million project linking Japan
0 MlmmCOIDRCoStorms get.TAURUS PISCES (February 20 to and the United States. It Is
I L he will be taughtthe In an address to some (April 20 to May
wise of matches. doctors March 20) By carrying being jointly undertaken by
use 4,000 family attendingthe 20) If you contact persons in
Arthur O'Conaell I III' But even when he Is too 16th annual scientific assembly business or banking institutions through with desires of kin, Japan's International Telegraph SEEAnd

young to be a Cub Scout, be of the American Academy Intelligently, you get you find they give necessary & Telephone Co and the Amer.
sure you drill him on the dangers of General Practice. backing you want Get those backing at right time. Entertain lean Telephone & Telegraph Co

.L. of fires, plus how to Family doctors deliver at plans working without delay. at home. First be sure to The 5,950-mile cable will pass

safeguard himself and the least 70 per cent of the Infant Start Increasing Income almost make abode more charmingIn through Midway, Wake and the

.df1r community by making sure born annually In the United immediately, PM. Hawaiian islands
S I campfires are all extinguishedbefore GEMINI 21 June IF YOUR CHILD IS BORN The project is scheduled to be
States, a spokesman for the (May to
v the picnic party leaves said. 21) Planets are favorable now TODAY, he or she will possessa completed in time to open trans
I academy
the great deal of talent and service around June 20.
scene. you pacific
u Dr. Forman said during the and you should follow your
If you let a child start firesIn would be wise to give much LrrrrrnraiurARMSTRONG
second stage of labor "a brief ambition without delay Start HEARSENATOR
the legitimate course of encouragement Do not be
relaxation of our vigilance, or new beginnings. Almost anything
events, as at picnics or when afraid to give difficult coursesin j
undue delay In therapeutic attack you attempt today can
fire in home school these buta
you want a your since are
fireplace, he will get this may result In perinatal meet with real success. sporting game to your clev 1 PRODUCTS I

craving out of his system. death-worse, the newborn maybe MOON CHILDREN (June 22 er progeny. Pick subjects that
: Many adults forget to lethe left with a trauma persistent to July 21) Get your aims are highly intricate to give QUALITY

qlii'F child actually Ignite the for life." well organized now so that everything play to the ingenius nature

match, so the youngster often goes more smoothly here. Influential persons soon
abnormal for you in the future. Have become friends and of John E.
builds up an craw GREENWICH VILLAGE i helpers OXFORD
influential
talks with persons ;
ing to strike matches. "statusymbol" Greenwich Village, boundedon confidentially. Reach worth your son or daughter
It thus becomes a
the north by 14th Street, on while decisions.
much like the aimi-
the south by Spring Street, running STUDENTS HONORED LUMBER (JACK)
LEO 22 to August 21)
lar craving to smoke cigarets, west from Broadway, I Is: atriangularshaped (July
Just because he thinks such Fine chance today to get together Robert Paul Schwartz of 2222

an act will signify he Is BIG segment of with highly clever per Cambridge Ave., Lakeland, and j BUILDING j
New York City, most commonly
or adultlsh. sons and to join your efforts James Gee Collins of Highland II MathewsTONIGHT
of as the home of
thought MATERIALS 1
But many firebugs or arsonIsts American arts and letters, according with theirs Ambitions can City were among 110 Universityof 1
set fires for another rea then be realized. Be specificIn Florida seniors installed as I FREE DELIVERY I
to the Encyclopaedia '
stating aims.. Get out socially members of Phi Kappa Phi! na. I
Britannica. I full Refund On Return
son.And
Is rootedIn I In PM.
that reason tional scholastic honor society,
sexual motives. AT THE THEATERS' VIRGO (August 22 to September The society limits its members I,1 530 West Main I
For sexual excitement I Is 22) Much progresscan to the top 10 per cent of each II Phone MU 2-2191 1

somewhat similar to the thrillIng 'LML""D DRIVE" be made now by going directly graduating_class ___ R9rrrrrrrrrsrIRELIABLE 1
danger associated with To.i:r Kim Ant!\ Four uMni" end to influential persons
At Morrison's, your pocketbook takes a CHADFSEE '
raging fires.FIresetting. ratroyof t TMMTt and getting their ideas, sup-
deserved rest. You pick what pleasesyou Thurs Nights thus Is often In Todar b :!1'.1\ Baturaar: LtwitncoYAKILAND 01 port. Give assistance In civic !

pay only for what you get. And,you Children 12 oaf under sexual Indirect outlet for repressed. T gtt Proud'. "OHMFOLK A.ttlrder.onivi. ".IN Hull" and affairs Show. you are highly SERVICESFor
wt urges. patriotic. ell. 9
get generous, heaping portions.. Even so, arc pious [REE And that was true of Today throuin Btiurdu THIATIH; Klattn Cosw51. LIBRA (September 23 to Job You Have
.
you can enjoy lunch or dinner at Mor Tommy, for he had been sexually ftOXV THIATIK. (Npr.l October 22) You are now ableto Any
SPECIALnoon's Today ann Tomnrrnw The '
Interested in this neigh Prlu: understand what changesare
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DEAR ABBY .. ,
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o g.n.rolply, write to J \-.....)

Become A Abby, Box 3345, Beve.1y'g ; t i iT6BATHRoei

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Abby ontwcr oil oo.-l J

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Abigail Van Buren



! DEAR ABBY: I am a 21-year-old boy who is about to be li never again a "MUs." P. S. !Many women choose to omit ITWEELBE-sOBA SLIT EST EES KQUALLYEMPOSSI

drafted. I am not a coward, but I would Just rather not' go either the Miss or Mrs from THEIR correspondence UMPOS5I&LETO L.E FOR ME TO GIEVK

for two reasons. One U that I am used to my privacy and adding to the general confusion. .n'tr FEENISH EET UP ALL THAT MONCVf EESONLYCINLsNUDDCtIwAYro e

. don't like to have a lot of people around me. The other la THEM EEMTIMEf!
* *
I know that I won't be able to adjust to Army life. The only DEAR ABBY: How do you feel about a "Come and see M GREATEST WORLD'S '1 / t DO EETl.P Ass r ;

way out. as I see it. Is to get married, but I can't seem to us sometime type of Invitation? ORCHID /

find a girl. Can you help me? My husband seems to think it Is perfectly all right. He > SOMEWHERE SCULPTCH g k O .L Sr

LOOKING Is forever dragging me places where we are not expected a IM BYES.THATS. r Ydw

DEAR LOOKING: Look buddy if every American male just because the people have said, "Come and see us some

ducked military service for the reasons )you give our country time." Nine out of 10 times it Is apparent we have inconvenienced n

would be a sitting duck for Its enemies. Your survival would them even though they act polite, and glad to see us. := O
id
be a bigger problem than your "privacy." And your "adjust My husband thinks that everyone like unexpected company a

ment" would be to bondage rather than to a brief hitch for because it wouldn't bother him one bit if folks dropped by W

Uncle .Sam. Sign up and grow up. It'll do you good I our house when the place was a mess and I had nothing to

serve. But it would bother me plenty. I can't drive this

DEAR ABBY! Would point home to him. Can you? ----- -----
you please put a word In your column .
explaining to people that widowed and divorced women UNNERVED WELL,AT LEAST WC DIDNY WHERES PILOT NEtS THEN THIS IS SOME KINO
arc still addressed as "Mrs."? So of Christmas DEAR UNNERVED: A "come and see us sometime" WHERE HAVE' YO MAKE UPTHEII YOUR PILOTS SO UPSET OF HALLUCINATION OR
cards were addressed "Miss" many my type'of Invitation should not be taken seriously. When folks IT STOOD? MINDS FOR THEM. THEVDIDITTHEMSELV MAYBE HE HE9iN MV GAGE JUST WH ATI THE
or worse yet. no title whatsoever sMTew TOOK THEM OFFICE WITH
This makes husbandless really want your company they call and Invite you for a
a woman feel like "nothing. FOR A AN ICCPACK are)j1Y
specific time.
F MORNINGSPIN. ON
"A dr.
MRS. HIS HEAD

DEAR MRS: I have written this many times In my column CONFIDENTIAL TO EUNORE AT S. C.I I don't agree

and I will write It again. Once a woman has been mar- that "a little gossip ls nothing.." A hole Is also "nothing"

rled. unless she arranges to resume her maiden name she but you can break your neck In It.

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Cubans hoarded as Earl Faircloth of Miami campaigning
peso fell In value the economists '
Lakelander'sSon for state attorney gen .
said. The peso, worth a dollar HAVEN-TWO.
eral, said Tuesday that Florida I
ElectedBy ,before the Castro regime and must provide brainpower to industry shopping centers and two pl r I nit / ii Y I .d3u !
!still officially pegged at a dollar, before cities
it can become a are entering cooperationto -

FraternityWilliam I is worth little outside Cuba. major producing state. step up general business.The -_!

CZECH VISITING: j I "0 we are to survive the brutal Downtown Winter Ha. TM ..ATSI 6AR6, SuE 6-6 JUST f PARTICIPATING?

M. Raynor sun of MOSCOW (AP) Czechoslovak competition for new payrolls, ven Council representativesof wri WAD TO TTOTK ''i /r re SC.t, STRAINED NER IN A SPORT YES 4 r.
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Mrs. Virile Raynor.
,, an era of man's mind over mus- Plaza
Shopping Centers and
been elected left for Moscow for what) 1 r
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billed as a "friendly cle.He
was
president of Delta Sigma Pi. Soviet Premier Khrushchev, said that his opponent, Commerce met with the Win I fr

international professional business who marks his 70th birthday James Kynes who holds the office ter Haven Chamber to talk 1 aA

fraternity, at East Carolina Friday. now had participated In a up final plans for a sign to

College at Greenville N.C. recent Cabinet decision in which be erected en Highways 17.92 w a 5.LT

DISTINGUISHING MARKS "this philosophy of providing at Lake Alfred-pointing the
served a
He formerly as in the United better education was hit below way to Winter Haven.
animals
junior claw senator and as a Two distinguished by the belt when the need for added The Winter Haven Chamber .
In the States are I r
summer school senator Association. bushy tails with alternate black'classrooms was shunted aside in has had a large intersection

Student Government and white rbgs' the raccoon I favor of additional grandstands sign In project form for some
of Lakeland -
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Russian Style Cabbage

Cooking Adds Interest I Pioneer Patties Yield Surprise At Jiffy Meal .


Comes From Old WorldBy Ground beef patties appear to fresh fruits and oatmeal cook 6 to 8 minutes.

To LuncheonA have taken first place on the ies. Pioneer Patties Four_to_6.servings _.
list of Jiffy suppers, and rightfully -
GAYNOR MADDOX der. Melt remaining 2 tablespoons !'/$ pounds ground beef
Is Fun gives pleasant centerpiece Interest salad to luncheon mold- Newspaper Enterprise Alan butter or margarine so, as ground beef readily !/j cup dry bread crumbs FOR RENT

I light supper and buffet Mrs. C writes, "Please give Stir In flour. Drain water from combines with a multitude of '/{ cup dairy sour cream

table settings. Deviled Egg me a recipe for stuffed cab cabbage rolls and add to flour different foods.However 1 cup cream-style corn NEW SPINET PIANOS
and butter mixture. Stir and cooks 14 cup grated onion
Ring Sauterne Is a good example bage. My grandmother came smart will
I e Bj CECILY BROWNSTONE The creamy gelatin base from Poland and she used to cook until mixture thickens. Add keep an eye out for unusual I Ii4' teaspoons salt
Is deliciously seasoned with serve a wonderful stuffed cab sour cream. Season to taste and pleasing ways of preparingthis /j teaspoon pepper 1I
WEEKDAY LUNCH BOILED CHICKEN white dinner wine, onion, mustard bage. But I lost her recipe with salt and black pepper. meat dish for their families 1 teaspoon Worcestershiresauce

.Soup Mongole Plus and Worcestershire. Chopped years ago. Maybe you can help Serve over stuffed cabbage. . recipes like this one for I : ,
1 roasting chicken (about 4 I Combine bread crumbs, sour
old world
Assorted Cracker Tray hard-cooked eggs, stuffed me with an recipe"We Pioneer Patties. I
pounds cream, corn, onion, salt pep-
ready-to-cook olives and parsley provide extra think this recipe resemble
Cake
Ice Cream Roll Beverage may They gain their name from and Worcestershire sauce
SOUP MONGOLE PLUS weight) appeal both texture and color- the one your grand $30,000 WorthOf 'the cream-style corn, a favoriteof per and add to meat. Mix thoroughly.
1 quart water wise. mother used even though it
the pioneers, which Is mixedin
1 envelope (2'4 ounces) tomato Shape Into 8 patties about 1
soup mix 1 rib celery and 1 pared After the ring is unmoldedonto comes from Russia, not Poland Gems TakenIn with the beef. A little sour inch thick. Place patties on

1 envelope ((4 ounces) green. carrot crisp greens dress It up STUFFED CABBAGE, cream, onion and Worcester- broiler rack. Insert broiler pan
pea soup mix 1 small onionS still more by filling the center RUSSIAN STYLEI shire sauce also combine to and rack so that top of pattiesis
; teaspoon salt with cooked or canned beets OrlandoORLANDO yield a delectable surprise next
6 cups cold water servings) 2 to 3 Inches from heat. Broilon
Bring the washed chicken and I marinated in French dressing ( time you schedule ground beef
,4 frankfurters (about t/a 12 leaves from medium-size one side until brown, about
the remaining Ingredients to a t and surrounding it with bundles on your menu. Simply serve the
pound, sliced thin head (AP) Fast work 10 to 12 minutes. Turn and broil
boil; boil gently until tender- of cooked or canned asparagus cabbage patties plain without a bun suggests -
and second side until brown, about
thin strips cooked smoked a knowledge of locks
tfa] cup '
Boiling water to cover appear
about 45 minutes. Remove chicken tips The white dinner wine Reba Staggs. home economist -
tongue carve and serve hot or cool, a Sauterne or Rhine wine from /i teaspoon salt ently netted jewel thieves approximately in the meat field. SNAPPY FRUIT GLAZE
Sugar and seasoned salt (Strain broth; refrigerate; remove California-used to season the 1 Ib. ground lean chuck snd $30,000 worth of Homemakers. rushed during I Try this delicious Snappy Fruit
In gold
a 3-quart kettle stir together gems rings.
the dry tomato and green-pea fat from top and use brothas gelatin ring Is also excellent /i cup diced fresh onion The theft occurred Tuesday meal preparation, may like mix-,Glaze for ham Combine J% cup
desired served well chilled
the
) as accompanying
soup mixes. Gradually stir In 3 tablespoons butter or night from the automobile of Ing the Pioneer Patties aheadof apricot preserves Vi cup pine-
beverage.
SATURDAY BREAKFAST time and refrigerating them. apple preserves and 1 teaspoon
cold margarine
the water keeping smooth William Warwick of Springfield.
. Add the frankfurters and tongue Treat your family to this nutlike BEVELED EGG RING l'/i teaspoons salt Pa. To keep the meal quick and prepared horseradish mustard.
flavored coffee cake. SAUTERNE 1/16 teaspoon ground black easy add a tossed green salad, Spread over the meat 20 to 30
until
p Heat, stirring constantly, The
jewelry and ring salesman
Grapefruit Sections ready-to-serve rolls, assorted minutes before ham is done.There's .
mixture comes to a boil. Add Scrambled Eggs with Bacon (Serves 5 or 6) pepper told officers the thieves gota
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salt to taste. Simmer for 4 min Beverage J4 cup canned condensed I 1 cup tablespoon boiling flour water the trunk of his automobile

utes.Makes AMERICAN COFFEE CAKE consomme sometime between 7 and 8
servings. 1/ cup sour cream o'clock PER MONTHRental
Tuesday night when he
!' % cup California Sauterne, no substitutefor
COMPANY GET-TOGETHER /4 cups sifted flour Place cabbage leaves In a made brief
Rhine Wine or other white stops at a shopping payment apply to
"fi teaspoons baking powder saucepan with boiling water to center and motel.I
Our latest and easiest methodfor ft teaspoon aalt dinner wine cover, and the % teaspoon salt ENERGY purchase price. Cartage
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an always popular munch. I 4 cup shortening 1 cup mayonnaise Cover, bring to boiling point Warwick said he was a sales- charge extra. This offer I.I Is
Oven Nibbles Corn Chips 4 cup sugar I teaspoon grated onion and boil until limp, about 5'I1Ianrfor the Elgin-Columbia I limited to families wishing
Pecan Coffee Cake Beverage 2 eggs V4 te,spoon prepared mustard minutes. Remove from water Ring Division of the Elgin Na- to test their cnHdrtP/s musical
OVEN NIBBLES ,4 cup milk teaspoon and drain. In the meantime, tional Watch Co. ability.
I i 6 cup butter or margarine 3/ cup quick-cooking or regular % Worcestershire brown meat and onion in 1 Included In the loot were 729
each salt rolled oats sauce tablespoon butter or margarine.I gold wedding rings; 989 matched c- CANNONMUSIC
% teaspoon celery 6 hard-cooked . and ,uga, provide, it quicklyl
chopped _
salt and onion powderS Topping eggs Add salt, black pepper and egg. diamond engagement and wedding ___ _
cups bite-size shredded rice Sift together flour, baking '/$ cup finely chopped pimiento- Mix well. Lay cabbage leaves rings; six blue Linde sap- CO.
biscuits powder and salt. Cream shortening stuffed olives flat on a board. Fill with meat phire rings and assorted jewelry

1/3 cup finely grated Parmesan and sugar; thoroughlybeat Y4 cup minced parsley mixture. Roll up. 303 S. Florida Ays.lokiland .
In Add sifted Ingredients 1r
cheese eggs. Salt and pepper Hold ends of leaves In place Police said the lock on War
1 cup salted mixed nuts to creamed mixture alter- Soften gelatin in consommefor with toothpicks. Place in a wick's automobile trunk showed t Florida

In a jelly-roll pan (15 by 10 by nately Stir in with oats.milk Turn, blending into greased well 5 minutes; dissolve over deep 9 or 10-inch skillet. Pourin no evidence of being tamperedwith. sugar Phone MU Ml 45
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1 Inch) melt the butter in a hot water. Mix dissolved gelatin the 1 cup boiling water. The thieves, police said,
7 11-inch
by Sprinkle on
moderate (350 degrees) oven Topping. Bake pan.In moderate (350' and wine; blend In mayonnaise Cover and cook S minutes or either had a key or good knowledge f/orWa'i/ largttt Music C*.

while it is preheating; remove degrees) 30 to 35 minutes. ; add onion, mustard and until cabbage leaves are ten- of lake
from oven. Stir the salt Worcestershire sauce; chill -
celery Topping: Stir together % cup
salt and onion powder into the Firmly-packed brown sugar, 1 When mixture Is slightly thickened .
butter so seasonings are evenly tablespoon flour and 1 teaspoon fold in the eggs, olives
mixed. Add shredded rice biscuits -cinnamon; cut In 1 tablespoon and parsley; season with salt $
and mix carefully to coat butter or margarine until fine; and pepper. Pour Into a well- Ui$1,85: OOO Shopping Spree
oiled mold chill until firm.
with in the the moderate seasoned oven butter until Bake top'stir cans.in % coarsely chopped pe and Unmold serve ring on with crisp;Anchovy salad Mayonnaise greens- : ,

layer Is browned-about 8 min SUNDAY DINNER
(1 l'/i tespoon anchovy
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added to Vi
paste cup mayonnaise -
wide spatula continue
; baking Stuffed Breast of Veal .
)
until browned-about 4 minutes. Minted Carrots Baked Potatoes
Remove from oven. Sprinkle at Salad Bowl Bread Tray
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30 Thursday LAKELAND April It. m LEDGER I Frozen Fish Stick/ Recipes Are Boon To Meal pLanning I'Cuba Reports

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Increase InPopulatio.n
.ter:It Junior College You'11 welcome these frozen Pour 1 can: baked beans Intoa V4 cup milk necessary Place In shallow cover and arrange fish sticks I 20 to 25 minutes, or until fish
fish stick recipes as a boon to shallow casserole or baking 1 package (I ounces) frozen casserole. Combine soup and la a single layer on top. Continue -sticks are crisp on top and:
Sc Money Can Be planning menus for meatless dish. Cover and heat In a hot precooked fish sticks milk; stir Into vegetables. Cover to heat uncovered about t sauerkraut Is thoroughly heated. ,
meals. They offer flavor nutrition -oven (429 degrees) for 10 min Cook mixed vegetables as and heat in a hot oven (425 U minutes longer, or until fish MIAMI. Fla. (AP) Cuba,
DIM At Fair and variety. utes. Remove from oven, uncover directed on package. Drain. If degrees} 19 minutes. Remove sticks are well browned and FRIGID POWER population wu reported at i s
Spent Pounces
FISH STICKS AND and place 1 package fish( crisp on top.BAVARIAN. Operating sub-zero temperatures record high Wednesday despite
BAKED BEANS ) frozen precooked rechargable nickel-cad a steady exodus of refugees
I TALLAHASSEE (APHunlorl (I or 4 servings) sticks In a single layer on top Herald Endorses Three CandidatesMIAMI I FISH STICKS mium batteries In modern refrigeration The Cuban Economists Asso
( college money may be spent of beans. Then continue to heat 1 package (1 pound, bulk I railway cars, have elation! In Exile said the birthrate
ed'| legally for an exhibit at the New FOUNDRIES FOREMOST uncovered, about 12 minutes (AP) The Miami Karl of Daytona Beach and John sauerkraut about ten times the life-span of has climbed so much that
the Foundries in the United Statesare i longer, or until fish sticks are batteries although they
York World's Fait Gen Herald recommended three of Mathews of Jacksonville. % teaspoon caraway seed ordinary Cuba will have 7,700,000 inhabitants .
Atty.
prim the world's leading producers well browned. the editorial said: 1 tablespoon butter are one-quarter the size and by late 1964.
Viet' James Kynes said Tuesday. of ductile Iron castings. FISH STICK-TOPPED Florida's Democratic guberna "We Concluding default of responslbllity 1 package (8 ounces) frozen 1 weight. They art used to start Cuba's last census, In 195,
first( In an opinion issued to State,In 1963 they produced a record CASSEROLE torlal candidates Wednesday : see no Inconsistency in precooked fish sticks the freezing-urdt engines. was 8,829,029. The figure was
Ti School Superintendent Thomas 420000 tons while annual free- 4 ) The editorial said It or any estimated
(3 or servings was commending suggesting three front runners Combine sauerkraut and car at 7 million when
.highJust Bailey Kynes would said be that the world production, reached to the 920 Inernational 1 package (10 ounces) frozen to Its readers in "al but naming no favorite .any away seed Place in a 10x8x2 Earthquakes and tremors can Prime Minister Fidel Castro
spending legal provided 000 tons according -
it was for an educational Nickel Company, in mixed garden vegetables phabetical order and with preference of the three would acquit him inch casserole. Dot with butter. occur almost anywhere on earth took over in 1959 More than
pret : in the mighty Cover with fish sticks Bake In according to the National Geographic 300,000 Cubans have gone into
Florida
are I purpose and the correct proced whose l laboratories the iron was 1 can: (lO'/i ounces) condensed for none" Fred O. Dickinson self and
into ores were followed. developed. i cream of mushroom soup! of West Palm Beach, Fred seat of the chief magistrate." a hot oven ((425 degrees) for Society. exile since then.

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BARTOW-Thirty Due Industrial For visits Polk to in Visit IMC dragline and III Chicken Fricassee Has Winnina Ways ,I BOATING IS FUN!
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University of Florida will begin plants. Fricassee is a winner. Few loves Chicken Fricassee for the 2 stalks celery, finely cut stirring constantly, until thick.
J'I a three-day tour of diversified The touring students will attend dishes are as delicious as a same reasons, and for another 2 bay leaves ened. Remove bay leaves Listed In The LEDGER Classified Section
1 fricassee, with meaty pieces of important one as well. According 2% teaspoons salty
industrial operations with a visit an A.I.I.E. chapter dinnerin Turn Into serving dish and
Itsio. Monday morning to International Tampa Monday night and chicken surrounded by onions to the National Broiler teaspoon pepper top with biscuits
Minerals & Chemical visit plants In Hillsborough and and carrots, tasty chicken Council, chicken is the most ( carrots, scraped and
and bis economical of alt the leading YIELD: 6 servings. I
Corp. plants here.Under Pine lias counties Tuesday: andWednt'sday. gravy feathery-light! quartered
rib the cuits. meats. And a delicious food thatis 12 small whole onions Biscuits I
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lit Florida West Coast chapter of R. C. Hutchinson, Lakeland, The youngsters love it because easy on the budget Is sure 4 tablespoons flour 2 cups prepared biscuit mix I SWEETEN WITH na.r on)' bfitNCAlOAIE
.it- it is a wonderful sturdy to find favor with Father Put chicken in deep kettle 2/3 cup milk rad.l
the American Institute of Industrial and S. W Carter, Winter Haven FREE
Engineers, the students both IMC men, are general and dish. Mom loves it because it Is High in delect ability, high In Add water, onion, celery, bay Add milk all at once to bis- 11,iN, ,
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as borough and Pinellas counties. respectively, for the broiler-fryer, bred for tenderness low 1n cost-with all these virtues -Bring to a boil; reduce heat and dough; beat 15 strokes -Gsu/eefc 0I
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Sweet Peas
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Nlblcts Corn 3004
Onions SOUTH FLORIDA AVENUE
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LI AL ADVINTIIIMINTWAMCHOU LIQAL ADVIRTIIIMINT. :..LAKELAND LEDGER Tfcorsday. AprO IS. 1K4 U I

** AUCTION -IN-';THI: CIRCUIT COURT OF r r CLASSIFIED BUILDING TRADES EMPLOYMENTS3

Nolle. I. r-rby given that pr*. THI TINTs JUDICIAL CIRCUITOf ADVERTISING 1
vlnlon of law..liii bias compll fLORIOA. IN AND FOR POLK I I
with (or th. pals .t ,uMto auction COUNTY, IN CHANCERY 14 iMlUlng, CirpsnttrliiiOOPWO H.lp Wanftd, fsmett'
"f th* following lou of hnuMholiotxl Cat. No. .:<*4 ookl. It RATES

for the pavment of wrbouM .- Pag* No 441WORI KINDOWa tJuilMildlng wAITRESS "ANnD. Sal II Ii
'torsos due and unpaid KRTKR KkDKRAf. ) IH PV II Ton.Vinimuw Wore . aortkaa, feoaUa alwratau J' 'II W" 1I..rtli 10.1......
pies Mlo will b. held al i ilRb.fc.MAN AVINOd *, LOAN AK8O.
in<1 that M ...1IIa !- pep SMICeouaeUni
Mlnlrnvm, Ch.r *-$1.05 WOMAN WIT ass. tvrelelee
MOVINd A.STOHAUR CIA TlOIIII PlaintiffJIMMIB Compel. laaaradPDeae sWIll> eed toad ,.,........
10. v_ I ".... Dens Don tOuts Duo MTJ S-UI1 A Ii...?- 30-l>. etheol ductloa
IUIi M. K>'. AV*. LEB: BlRkK: et vat .. 5 1 71 Ma. Men. MO 4-20IS P lam sal better alec ....... emailaaiunt
Lakeland Hon .. al. Defendant 1-11 II OS S> 40 S3 71 I 110 or .f eon lead
travellnl
Saturday, April 15th, >t to NOTICE or SALINolle .21 o lIe 140 110 100.1390li 10 i
AM. I* hereby liven tttit, nuruaiit 24-35 lit tnU iiMCLAiwnat .ppartualtr tr advaaeemeat.ult .
Lot It 'M-Robt. I* Mont to a final. decree of lorerlotur ) cs Carla ROOPIKO DBPBNOABUI Bertaal .. eenilder part Mm aaeuwrite .

aomervBoi eprlnf maetna, entered In the abova entitled Mas *w colvnn' iceSclAescvusD ... Raa> pr...ta. WOo iivtag eulllae *f prevumiM
hreakfaet Uhl, 4 rhalre.Lot I caia In tr* Circuit court DIsPLAY run Olanei Urn Mr Co.1'..,. KM .._".... edllcatle., ., I* Boa
It too-Jacob Hrlninnrefrlterator .-.. nf Polk: county, Florid, I will aell is :30 Per Seiue leeS W II.... MU .-.t... P-ISO. La50acd; Lad....
fix trie *to the properly altuat In Polk I County -
Iron bud o>.mplt*, T trltht Florida, dea. rlbed a* : Calract Rate Opon ",,,,,, ALL TTPBS realdeauej *e ...M.5,500 -
chain, brakfa tibia. HI Lot It In Block O i'f COI- Poets repaired. ar rtH **dMeCar I YOUNG LADYWe
r air. O a Chair, vanity. Irdh: fcSTATKS, FIRST AI>- WANT AD DEADLINE I tUofint ... Meet Metal
of '''' 1144 ".., Olive MO wIn
hut *
: MTION. Barlow Florida. arcordlni wenD ass need a young lady for
All Item will b* on inhibition to Plat thoreof r.. 50bioubea ALL TYPEB rMfin repaired eriplace4
iurlnf buelneee bur and at nail! rorded In Plat Book 41 rape Dee Doudhine .. pipette fuartaletd B automobile billing clerk.
ii-uw All ealea final ton capS to huh IT. Public, Record of Pvlk M...",*. II'00 A M laturdar C. Demote luoflng C*. tlt-.t3l. She must be a fast and ac-
Ml bidder County, rlorlda Tuaidar 4 10 P. M Mon4aWtdnoday >
FREEMAN MOVING ft, sTORAGE at public aal*. to the hlghtet and 4 M P M. Tuaedar 24 Pisstsr Sheet curate typist and have torn

CO. beat bidder fop caah, at the South """"" shorthand Preference wIll

'Er W... Harrr J:. Fr..m.n. owner Front floor of lbs Polk' County 30 fM wedn.da PLABTBXtMO. PATCHINO *.w be to someone with
given
Dated this .th day 01 April 1144 Courthouse In Bartow. Florid. hetwenn Solder, ..30 P. M Thuredaf elllat Ailirati .. *.d. cAdIllacs
U-W1 1100 AM and S on P.". Saturday 11'00 Nona Prldartuadaf Pre. eatlnatea. lie....... Jft Ttwa automobile title and con-

"" on th tUI"r.k.o April, 1M4 4M P II. Friday MU .-..... tract experience or some
"NOTICB CRIOITO*
TO ( 8LOAN. JR.' DIsPLAY aotM
IN THI COUNTY JUDOS Clerk. Circuit Court .n4*>. li 00 AM latnrdafTnnday legal experience Applicantmust
COURT IN AND FOR By Vivian A. Pur'a'u.n. It.00 lIeu Woods BUSINESS SERVICE be neat In appearance -
POLK COUNTY rkOMIDArv .
UK: ESTATE orMINMK D.pug,0rk Wtd.tteI..oo P. Y. Moeda. 30 lisnty PirUrt able to meet the public -
... BARRETT Deceaee
T'bulodt' and accustomed to working
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To All Creditor and P r oa IN tNt CIRCUIT' COURT OF .00 M rue
Inc Claim. or l>manda Afalna THE TINTH JUDICIAL CIRCUITIN Friday. I 00 P. M "teln,,"., CLAKAB USUrY salse. ftoiplaU under pres.ure.LAKELAND .
Seoul tattle" hair .11... aalreolormt
Paid batata AND FOR POLK COUNTY, asIaNs. IS 00 Heoa TOuretep
.
Oat annul
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*raiaaeau>
hers.by FORD
You and .ut'0' you ar FLORIDA IN CHANCERY aua< y, 100 P. ... Thuridaf I. Kautle. Clime Oarlaad, MO
notified to fll* In dupllrata which alla ATLANTIC co'u'r 1INK I The Ladier will ant .* re- 3041070. CO., INC.
-- I I ma and demand you RAILROAD COMPANY, I pnill far were .See ess
iav* afalnat the .atat of JtllnnliII 'I a corporation, toearrec 1"_. 125 Lake Mirror Drive
16 liwnmiwan I Stnrk
iiL Barrett decaaed. In the off Inf Plaintiff,
-- > Richard A. Hronnon count V. I THE LAKELAND InUPIiONE WAITRtIS WANTED aeal anddiveadable
Judas. at hi. office In the <'ourihlnue JOHN UNflDnt and MART L. I RBPAIM OM all mole lavamiw Lakeland 1...... MU
Florida within .va.daae Ii ...I.H. Pre e.U- 1 tlOl
Hartow
a I al
SNODDT hi* wife at I ITuifon.Inte

GOIS INTIRNATIONAL This v!.w .t Tht Acerel. Car*.'. Br* .uin* plant In San J...", t.ill I ..calendar... which month I* th* date from. of Apr the I SUIT TO QUilT TITLE I I MU 6-1151 Melee .aa tM repair PlantS. Pweld Oael antetleetni *v*.

urt* llle ,.c..ly IM by L......" ". Nunn Grv/n, ln.., lki' .H (. loemin* aw cntrr 'Int' publication of thla nolle,. Ce'. Sn. f! ..I.U.aUHOTICI pn.n. MO ._,. SECRETARY
I I .
.* HM. D... Nwnaj Mid lit N .hit ...i"... 1''a< h Halm or demand muat b* In OF SUIT
*** r JBB r ,*< H Mm tkaul $2.S million I k.ddih.iel rrltlni. muat atat the piers oleeldonc 1'0: JOHN I1NODDT and MART 37 MattfHS >.mf.HtijUATTP.U .

taint frm ..w ."..",1... .. and pout offlc .dd.... I. P1ItIy 1 hi. Wlf: JOHN ANNOUNCEMENTS Prmaeat ....III.n. Bn rthta4and
nr n. claimant must be ewornto HNornv and SNODOT. P.EHOT4TIWO 1tu .. .. 14 trpini rtumrtd H.
and muat b* HIM aforeeald Isle wife. It married: MART ....104. Ae* Matuwi ...- ketlnaariBOIINM.
0' .la. Mm* will become ..,,''d. U SNoDDr and 8NODPT 4 test end. head pant. Paeaa MO S4t.
PROMOTI0045Sw
Lakeland.Processors JOHN O. BARRETTEiMulor
Starting her hualand, If married: >. 53-i Mllei Soul
If living. and If dead. their 4' \HtlttwmftLBT \
II.'R unknown heir at law, per LOST: rxaAKtrr vtt cell.
I OF ALI aonal .."..*..n..I1.... granteea mm Jlmmr. Ttlti plain P, ar4Pleaee MONTOOMEltT Ward trill A1TENTIOt4HOUSEWIVES
NOTICI that ,. legate.*, devlaeea. cradlnatural tall Mri. Henry timler lout veIl aad untall re.r ......
In Puerto RicoBy Noun la hereby Final [Riven",'r.. or For pu.- t.r.. 1otl:.. 1..1 entitin. 0' 414 PeelS Iowa Avenu. MU SPananal .,..... Op t* 3t .......* i* lit
Operations 'tmnt to a penona'cialtnlng ,....
Inaur.* entered I In rauaa nutnn" rd throullh undlr them and by Pb... MU H1N. Positions now available for
0' ;
oM.I1..U In the CIrcuit (ourt any and all other unknown. ladies above age 30 who
,,f foil County, Florida, I will tell natural S Notlctt EMPLOYMENT
peraona r legal en- are Interested in working
DAVE PRATT freeze In Florida would make Growers markets processed 'h* property situated In Polk.nnnty til Ira having or claiming eon'
Florida. doeonihsilhot na: Guaranteed salary
Ledger Staff Writer mainland citrus scarce citrus and pineapple under the I. Blork B MORNINOHr sniela. rlgat title or IntereatIn Soy 500 iud toalil lvl *.. 52 Kelp, Wanted I mornings
>r PARK HUBDJMflOVarcordlna and tu tlts following 4erlbed ..."In. ***d>. Dial. MO 1.4IM year 'round Income,

Nunn Growers, Inc. Lakeland Nunn Growers Inc., has no labels "Florida Sun," "Gar I to th* plat' thereof .Polk. County property. Florida located, to-,,'1 lt In for tiumaie Culberaoa .at<..are. MEN AND warn**: Maida kauai no weekends or holidays.

plans to plant its own citrus recorded In Plat Bonk It. cieeniri, nerd aim. elJltl *grken >I
proceuors of smgls- an All that portion of th* Bartow TRADIIiO STAMPS eonieaecd n. In
den Gold" and "Golden Sun. Apply
in Puerto Rico although Nunn ramn 41 and 4*. Public Record Bunch nr th. Atlantlo Coed bou.h" ilaac. 101 seat Lime. all binS aao.. person
strength orange juice and pine- nf PollS County FloridaIncluding Line Railroad rliht.of,way .53-hIs.. 310 Arcade Building,
npc.cihnully
envisions planting some pineapple hut not. which ltd. North of Stats Road LOI' SUP Cone ehoeCheaUat 'OS t a.m., Monday Saturday
has started foltowing
the
apple chunki. operations there in the future. bv way ot limitation. It." and Mouth of an tilallng Read ...-.0'.. 0,.. AM City Employment
In San Juan. Puerto Mrs. Griffin fin tuna.as ; canal In U. H. Government I.nt arlea. kdiprad, mIle '*vCHRICTUN <.".
"In the six months I've beenin Mllnn *.|eftrld Hot With'. I In the NF <4 of SfcCTION Cosines ..rt.I... ...... cop.Ii. PART TIME
Rico. Heater H, TOWNSHIP W KOUTH, ... .00. eel In..II.llon. Rua.elffd. .
Puerto Rico, said Nunn Heads Haven *7I* Duo Therm Spice Heater RANQF! IS KAIT Barlow, at .eaple Ii 55.0.0 froM. BEST FOR LESS $3.75 PER HOUR

President Dave Nunn yes "the price of land suitable for Kitchen Eibauat Fan Polk ('ounl). Hnrlda mot 5005550 beet

terday laid his company has the growing of citrus, pineapples Venetian Toother Blind.with all atrurture io partloularly deicrlbed. .. totCommence .pen. l octal attention .>... t* 1/2 Week's Fee V.Vao V. 6:00: to 8:00: P. M.
Women's GroupWINTER now and .I the ..*... *f **
  • and Improvement
    leased two plants In San Juan or sugar has gone from hereafter on laid land and fix at lbs !Northitcorner 11311. ( AMeptaac Attractive runi ladr far auellareltuoa

    $600 an acre to $2,500 an acre." Cut'.. attached thereto and all of laid Section I, and AUTO INaURANCI' lad ta ee- *ert with ubllihtd reliable
    for production of frozen orange I HAVFN-New Busl renta. l..ue*. proreeda. andprofile run South II' 11 Went along' client na laiuraneef gihtmonth Funds oor.oullo" V* tell-

    and pineapple I concentrate, He said this II a result of a ness and Professional Women1 accruing and to aecru to She a townihlp point on lbs lln.former..4 III Eaat feet t* ea>. Ci3tUU ....... Rm 208 Arcade Bldg. lag. Car ........,. Apply Travel

    Juice and pineapple boom the Island is experiencing Club from paid premise. all nf wht'lsen. of lbs .of. S C LIB picture and phele Ham.in ..
    single-strength president Is Mrs. Mary Included within the fire boundary r ght way sties, S4I Darin ".rl. Tueate -
    ..
    I .... ..1.. IU Labs Osuleti
    chunks which will be as a result of the Cuban Griffin-elected this week at gnlnc doacrlptmn and th* hab of eelS Allantlo Coaal South LineRaIlroad pains.aHIPLIT'S. aoOKKCBPI '." TTPIBT SUperl.BUSINESS < vealai. t m. marp, April

    sugar and pineapple industry andunv tharen?; ai'o au I e"' : thence run .n..d, IoU *.. sins ..moihi 11, 1554.Opytca .
    sold In the Common Market Haven ..
    Hotel. She succeeds Miss team, electric water, and '0' 43 Want along paid Pet: FLOWI" .. 50bhpaio5. detail local .oI ereorli. Writs
    countries: and in South Amer- being tied off from free world Evelyn Hughes other hatlng. .conking refrlg. boundary 6lt 44 feet to a point 3140 ScullS PluOda Corn- Sea N.211. Lukeleod (.......
    rating, llhtlna plumbing, on th* South boundary of andialing ..I.... It.. Sf .llIIa". euppilse. CLtRK ate U ta 31
    markets
    Ica. Other officers elected: Mrs. ventilating Irrigating and; canal I, aald point b.. frame._malarial. I Hleb .cbool ''''UIO. ..c.u.to.1t.1I
    of Ci so...I muit kv abllltjt
    log tho beginning
    Nunn said he salesof Sees No Threat power eytemn. machine.. ap- point ILVtR DOLLAR Spetirer leunoa
    expects Dorothy Bradley and Mrs Jo tram lbs point rf beginning miet auBlle. 40 hour week
    pllance*. future, and .ppu lion ipeciali. until Uln CaU for
    $500,000 the first year from Simply from the standpointof Love Jackson, vice presidents; tin ann.. which now..* nr along continue aald South boundary 10' 41 18(011 Wet nolnunenk. acreS Bhort MITicole. aelt. Replr vaeauan la *iwo U>*r haadwrluatitvtnt frlnae eeaeliu -.

    the Puerto Rican enterprise the high cost of acreage he Mrs Lola Bush recording secretary I.u.: hereafter with, I In pertain, or on to'aaldSramlaea rr feet to She North boundary of obese. lumber. t* Ladler
    At OP thlt date I will sot be Bai P.252.wssTco
    in total flat Road *"00t run thencePerIP.
    and the next year, ; Mrs Margaret Warner, even 'hough thy b*
    said, Puerto Rican citrus will 17' It Weat along maid mponilbl far asp debit mad
    : COMBINATION boobkeepeoreeerttatf -
    business of about $2.5 to (3 corresponding and ] or detachableit b. anyone un''naoiSn.d b1 Mi
    secretary; North boundary lOS O' feet to .
    Bheuld k let
    never be a threat to Florida. public aal.. to th. hlgheet and *
    Mri Allege Mailna Orlmei 441 IF YOU'RETHINKING
    million. Mrs Louise Green, treasurer b..t bhtidoe for rinh It the ftOlllh the Weat boundary of the and e..nd Avenue. oalllpelli. Ohio I* dalI, ieursaliins. .prat*
    Nunn said all the citrus In front door of the Polk County Atlantlo Coed Line Railroad office mehlnee, IrIs and take
    The new operation ,hould Is wild In installation of the new off!--nurthnu In Frtow "'lorldatween .ripht.of way' thenr run; North I WILL Oct be raipaniikl for torn dietattea Balarr dipeadiupon .
    almost double our sales." Puerto Rico grown cera will be at the >* the hour of 11 :AD clock SO1 41 raat along aald boundary dibU eoBtreoted kr ...on. atkef anittr Sal triinlnt Call
    the mountain areas and is program clock m. oa the I.103.10 r..tI the South than mrtelf tdward II Beabren Thomas Calllne. Un"ll1.
    and LAO
    Nunn said He said the Lakeland on a sort of scavenging meeting, April 25, with Mrs C lib m day of Mao. A P p"".f. boundary of an iletlng .OHnal KAVa LOVILY t>. bldreoteelartmeet. .

    firm, which has a selling picked Maxine Mcintyre of Lakelandas SEAL[ ) n H. KLOAM JR. Irene run Month. basis There are no organized Clerk of Circuit Court aI'tng aid ..n.1 beundar with bualneu led,. MU a.a4 lTranipirtalloR SEE
    organization extending through He said the installing officer, said Mist By: Vivian A. Purvle lull 00 feet to the point of be.
    48 states and Canada at present grove operations Hughes. Deputy Clerk. ginning Tract nontaln list

    currently does an annual citrus trees were planted years Mrs Warner announced thai (L>, IT _______ air YOU**. ARm mor HFRrBT or laa. NOTIFIFDihel 7 of a change, check the forYOURSELVES

    business of $3.5 million which ago by Spanish colonists merely the District I meeting wouldbe none OFeo.sCi..OSuRt A.tiv aulX ha. been brought filed wtalth cI Jobt listed In the
    .
    shade for coffee MAIl aDUlts w Wlieaniln 1 pi.aeaier
    trees In
    as end numbered aa tliov the
    should be increased to about In Wauchula April 26 with CLSP.K OP CIRCUIT COURT Circuit Court of lbs Tenth Judlclal Help Inn.. Irs treosperteLl. .
    plantations that were started la hereby given that hiundesigned ... P.elrnci. "Help Wanted" columns
    Nolle CT 41111Winter
    S3 million when Nunn Grow t:1."IIn and for Polk Cnuun-
    from 9
    registration set a.m. to M.OAV ?R HavenBA8EBAU. Women are earning tt or
    and priced out when Brazil P.'Ult of ly, Florida by Atlantlo Coaat Line See Ctaaittled for kind
    ers Inc.'s fint international coffee I p.m. The board meeting will Clerk ol the .; Court PolkCounty. Railroad Company a corporation, PLAYER B Vila drl. your mora an hour representing

    operation gets into high gear. emerged as the major be at 10 am, with the general Florida 1M4 will at on SlAG:the a ilti.mit ... plaintiff lbs ptirpoe of wrlch I. In* u> Duluth, Mlaaeiat April tt 'Job cowl I AVON.
    power These citrus trees are lay of April, to detrrmhOi pl.lnll" title to the land 1.1 female .*mDnliiniWrit .
    Plant Capacity business session set for' the front. dw>r of the Cnurl: above.described tends to b* i a 711 Wields. BarbaraBialth
    J5 and40-years-old( Nunn said 10:45. A workshop will be presented HmiK or Polk County offer, In tl-a for Clti eali. good and ifflclent fee almpl j Write P. 0. Box 1393or

    Plant capacity In. Puerto Actually, Nunn II primarily by Mr.. Bea Freede, at and Bartow Mil at. Florida puhllo. outcry to thKlaheet till, to remov the cloud upon WOMAN DRIvmo' to DetraltMtrhiian .

    Rico is about a barrel and a interested in pineapple in and beat bidder S orceethe lbs plaintiff till. la acid lend. about Mat lit. wiahetv
    president-elect of the Florida* ecrlhed and to quiet and confirm plaintiff' m a n eempaalen" ..'.r.n.**. Call 632-4137

    half a day of concentrate and Puerto Rico. "Pineapple has Federation.Mr. following in Polk County, prnpentpnltctnI Floridat"t title thereto .n4 Void It'S h.nehpn.quir.d W. Win= ,"._05.0.0.. 111.0U.-- Lakeland
    and oommandnd to I
    1000 boxes of smglestrength the greatest future there I Mary Weatherbee of the< l your .n.... And defence. to cold

    orange Juice. think." Nunn Growers Inc., Winter Haven Club will be installed .f.A of guhdlvlalun Hundred LabisCorporelion'e Inwe'd complaint If any you have, with. WANTED: WWl'5 .iddls .....

    The new Puerto Rico Division !- in Lakeland already gets two as district director and .4. Winter Haven Fl Plat"r- ins I Ii's Curb a copy nt thereof lbs .14 to douR plaintiff..n" .vateRa S orsidnr, line II.ii as"....IIoueivota.0l ... 0054Sate. .

    of Nunn Growers, Inc. truckloads of Puerto Rican Mri Dorothy Bradley will be Ida thereof, aa ehown recorded by In Map th.or Offlc attorney.. twlt: BOIWOI Lane SERVICE .. smell ..I.r,. MU 3.5051.
    O
    and Boawell P, Boa 2)1 HO
    is formed by a five-year lease pineapples a week for processIng installed as corresponding secretary of If* Clerk nd for of Polk the County Circuit Peel: Pavldion. Street. Hartowlorlda 54 Hill Wanted, Male

    of two adjoining plants the In 2 ceremonies in Court In or btfor lbs I7tb day
    Page
    14
    p.m. Florid In Mat Book ,lf honA. D 5154. Herein fall.
    concentrate: facilities of the Independent Plants the school cafeteria t. IA and !R: not or decree pro confeaao will Sirotor. TIUMIT AND Peel eeatnl *.1!_
    .... .. ..
    Together wltht Healer Permanently DIRECTORY Sops rIo 5 helpful. arerlrmloie. -
    Acerola Corp. and the canneryof Luncheon will be served at metalledlurauant .d ...llIIt you for lbs reliefiraved Sit 110. ..ubur.dol.IIllh. *

    C-100 Corp. under "almosta The two plants In San Juan 1230: to the final deO'i. oforecloeure I I. for furlhnr In eelS ordered complaintIt that. thi. ....

    deal" said will\ be operated Independently entered In a faa f> nd NotIce of suit b. published once APPLICANTS FOR thief fflm..
    partnership and seasonal basis ins In acid Court, lbs ttyl of a work for fcur oe"aruU", wenbe FOR YOU TO USE AS A QUICK RIHRENCE fur *>w fir* ......I..uaPD.. per-
    on a ,
    establishedto ..
    Nunn which was iuhaqunt 10 th* dele hereof and anal Inti. ".. lead .... 15lr,1
    bring America knowhowand said Nunn The citrus seasonon 'jjnrTOV. AUJtV ft, prior to th* |7th day nf April. !I Diatrlrt t.1..fnlo1" C* .

    to Puerto Rico. the Island he aaid, runs Spinster Leaves WILLIAMS I INC, acorporation Halntlff A. D 1..4, In the l.kland WHEN YOU NEED ITI. IPO. Son 10*'
    experience I..dl". a Ius.we paper I'ubll.b.d WAN riD: ELBCTRICAL 10I '.,*-
    Under the terms of the lease, from Nov. 1 to the middle of .. daily and of general circulation In ,., Balarr 1471 00 t* ...000 per
    that Nunn Growers Million ElflFNB T PAVld and LoIS to;inly. .'lorldaWITNI.KH Appllancts lumilnf Suppllts in OB in. Appir Civil Service ollue,
    Nunn Growers, Inc. has an April so $1 ForCity's Uli V. DAViS, Sin wifePefendanla. mr hand and the ..alf cur 10011.FIVE.

    option to re-lease the plants at Inc's new enterprise there > cud Court at R.rlo". Polk POll PROMPT' repair cc refrli I. .. MORRIS Do-It rO.'H1Plu.bI. /
    deal consummatedjust and the docket number of which ottnty.. Florida, on thla lOb day ".ion. waehliif miaSmIc, eoiappllateee .. aod Losiolost. iuppii.e RELIABLE MEN
    the end of the five year period under a TreesANN I. Vtimher IMIO,II"tl>4. or March, A. P 1D44 tall Tbrlltr Cur. ,.,..i lafarmatlan ... deliver,
    he said six weeks ago will do a W1TNK my hand and the ", SLAW: D H. SLOAN, JR. Sovoirl D."tm..t. nOtl.SIl5_ ""'I rental pip eat aad thraded T* ilaff faetarf kranck Oppor.

    small I citrus tidal seal of cud Court, thi. 14th 9* botiri .*rvue. tM44114I4MJ4 tRait tar eMits ...rto.. ..,lIln..
    Clark of th ( Irotilttouit
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    Although Nun n. Grower. comparatively d.: of April, 1*.4. A,t> Ktpalrl Service LaklaPrlnlinf..
    .
    business this year comparedto ARBOR Mich. (AP) HEAL) It. H. itOA'f JR. of Polk Countylorlda Sod caaunltelea with a Ian*
    owns 600 acres of citrus groves Clerk nf Circuit ourt RUCI FRIll: free a.. Oeoree I. empanr, This I* permtaeatome .

    in Florida, Nunn said sole future potential. The City Council was stunned By Vivian A. Purvle By /./ VIsion A. PurvlaDeputy Bervlo Center. 1111 north riorldl la far ereeal Interview.
    The new plants will be staffed Monday night when told a Deputy Clerk Clark. AV0005 for that lummer levi. .
    source of supply for the Puerto spinster tine tafetf impetus oa ti'SI.muip POP need.. its sloth Mlwauil, 1 4 30 Tbure.der -
    (7 11 ALL prlntltn
    .u
    Rican production will be by mainland quality control left Ann Arbor about $1 C.,. _ _ _ _ _ _ car with In. leteii .1..- tall MTJ ._.. Commenlal Pr....
    CITY Or UKILANO-.LOItIDA-; VoIle eulpmet. Our meehtnlei' I... Lettera .... UthMraphlaiRadlattr .
    mechanics <
    and million its in
    top to trees .
    Island-grown citru purchased personnel keep good I STATIMINT OF FINANCIAL CONDITIONAS IIIII1IIIII11 see ....rtl' 1.5 Scare .r alt eu.IumoU. .npratle. ,
    .. CeO its-Ill
    from the Lakeland headquarters shape. repair
    the market there MARCH 11 1964
    on OF .._ Attentln ladlu We .". SH
    during the citrus season Mayor Cecil Creal said Elizabeth i eniuie.i.sl III"" Or.''en atampe Service
    His new operation will offer lord POontI
    Involved in the new enterprise Russell Dean had atipulat .
    I 11 44 Per Veer
    RtVtNUBOenereJ! Slit Cms ,, ..
    Florida Aute
    no competition to the ANY TYPI rodlatsr "

    industry Nunn stressed because is some $250,000 In brand newprocessing ed that the money was to go for Motor p.i'; : : : ::::: ::: :::: :::::: :: :: ::: : ::: ;slloftaeioslasuoneaIe95013 Jnihvbou:::: L/1' D'* AUTO teat Co...,. Cam ol..ln.' rerlrioa ...auildiuPodd
    equipment the and maintenance Central tt< .. . ..e....... 400 502 30 20 COOt& < , Cietator admIts. 110
    "perpetual care -
    .
    .
    all citrus used will be "u'.ni: Ta .. :: :::: :: I2 loot utomotlv* Interior 131 54151.1ADIATOaC..
    Oteupatloniyttutr
    Puerto Rican parent company, replacement and plant.. Tai' R.emue . . . . .. . .. :::: :: : :::::; leJ.7tiOi 103bs5t050512CC I..' ".,n Phone MTJ S.lilt OlOCESatueeol
    sold in mar
    native and foreign ...
    recently installed of city-owned PMMntJMRene ? . .. neblle. C..I..Plo .,'h" II.
    the Acerola Corp., log trees on prop . . . '' 10JJJ400jio Ctncrtt 0
    kets. **!. Replwement Imp. .:: :.:: : :, .. : .. ,. .U 005n. 0..110 1101
    erty. liver LICENSED/ COniRITt ..ecloa.to .- louts Ploride 112..01 FORTE
    "Insurance Program""We Puerto Rican products will Miss Dean died April 7 at the en* ** tn 900 on Drl..*.,.. floori. lldewllklitreeta
    Rene:.el. Replacement, Imp: ::::: :::::;:: 3121030 IMIJ900 tsD.. urkl.. Delia. ankrldiae Sadie t TV
    . . . . '34004ne "" HtptlrI
    look on it more as an be processed under the main age of 79. Public .oro..m.n' :: : : :::: :: :::: I lOIS ..Mlim g- 5. Morrle tit.1414.

    insurance program," Nunn label of "Lorida" and will be i Ann Arbor 37 miles west ol! !E: ItCr': :: ::;::::::::::;:::: ,100000 L..I.nd EXPERT RADIO and TV larviii
    000artmenl plui ( .. maitura .0011... all,
    I 1>
    wide and I
    Growers' has 67 000 residents
    sold Nunn Detroit Wetac UtilIties Driptrits
    by
    the Puerto Delli 01 Rmtfle C
    .said explaining 4 run ins IT 1111 IMMI but lit U repaired In *u( mad [ BEST
    Rico Division would be a Stateswide and Canadian sales is the site of the University 01 r "bperatlenSxtenalen* '.: :: :: ::::::::::.:::::: :: :::::::: too 21110. I 111 180 00Baeen CUSTOM MACS ........ ellpeov.n srs p005 01 1 teir .rt,.. .,
    lure* led upholiwrlai Your lab. .uur mob I. ODd eaes 10' if tOil
    backdrop in case another network. In the U.S., Nunn Michigan. s.ie lIars Budeet rio Pre eiUnitee. U 11D""d' CoOl and TV 10&0
    our
    .... ,,,... 1.55.54 Poe Your or .
    IX" 413 Uinif 10
    J.1110. Ue lilt
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    bone. tarn till Nat
    .. .. .. ...... .. 1 lea 111 OS 146111100 you esp
    Geenral MbPnOl( : ". : : : :::::::: :::: :::: Ill 13114 1613JOOO Tnoye 011001,0 ,.n.III'6 Join Muvo. aitoplewseviag
    w __ 8 :::::: :::::::: 49* 4780* 144 0000iooseeo
    central. tI :r.tl..n..* Ta>aa .:::::;:: .. . .. .. . . 13116000 Fe-scsi BUYS
    Ullllti Te, Revenue .. . . . . .. .. 440.0.0 44404600JI
    Part\ng Meter Revenu ::: : : :: : :::: .. .-.e.., .... .3IJ It 1011M tO0040eli a.ru rUAL ftf.Ct Companr. (alLoweil soft BXPBRT nieif at MulObetas

    ....r . . . . prtcM. n* dOne "*>menl. scale. earllte biinui
    luneoPublic "u..,. VealacemorMement ...' di I"'.. . :;::: ;:;;;;:: ::1 P255i 1m m a Stars. clanS We went,, b.* MTJ undereld . *., tall Killvua Reeviai Bar*
    Indu 54t10
    . .. . .. . . . 225.400 13 Lekelao 1C*. tit.311*.
    8..1, A.ne.crel . . . . .. .. .. .. ...... I'" 00 Free \1"01", ;

    "oecUl'r. Department Aieeument ImrravementXvl Certificate .. .... .. : ::::::::::::: 'rmr .. .1.00 '.fnlttirUatber Scrim lipslrsRafAIlKU IN

    ( of Bamrkl WaMr. Utlllllelt .
    o.r.llon . . .. .'' 4I00111I0 514415510 5511)0.1 D.ot I..rnllurt .,tios. SCREIMa rneeet wlrureenln <
    _....n.lon. . :. :. ': 3010052 Tl2telcON ', Pwallur*. Phone .... "..1.... la oeodmetal .
    CA' A.... InvuaTeleTa CAsH I 5NK0 Ilsve.sTelte'na TOTAL SIll framw. Slob. U*. tellvarf

    cv FonsaOenoral '"u'tID. BeeelllDew ''nU.UU

    ._...., *.te Lamp RioilrsLAUPU REAL ESTATE
    . . . . . 3J4034 ,,14 I 3000000 I 20' lIt 3.f1 SwimmIsg Fists ;
    I RIPLACIUZNT ebadel
    ''LJi ,! 1s.5Crntsi II 111 IIIpJ tamp and repair ImperialBtudloe
    pane
    POOLS CL5ANID. repelred
    E:: :::: n II...;.. ::' 1 I 203.00000 .073 II lone some .... ae,. p I a t e d. eha-uali. auppllei
    ill 10II119
    .... 13 111 1 1O.eupsttee.i ..
    etersi ' I"' MO .8.ll eoulpmeat. W..". na Bait Mia

    -_ t7tTI I''I't.a' Iberia. . ... H III 12 43 tawnmowir RepslrsLAWPsowzTRkgpiiH10ijhiii Mil 4-4364 Read The
    OR 10. P. l.aai poll I. eali clotS5.trvoN.Cl
    IlVite 14130739
    Sistine inn* and. .11.....*::.. Ill i ill 101 i:: 14 tOO M 1T1.000 00tO 341 in 04 .....'. 0555054Tstevtaiuu
    p.n. 'Meter and t.uie oflerDcod a..d..11II.
    Re cenue .. 94 3sii.norei.Rnpiacemat 55 14 IDS II .".". Kin..., UOS taoler. MXI
    .. tOO

    ,, Ira*and Reeerv : : .. 1 til"Blnklni 21Re'ena !:: .100 00 It.000 00 $0 41 dale 00 POll TBLBV1BION ....I.. Sc alnetee LEOGERCLASSIFIED[
    Painting ..,...
    .* feel reliable *. eel
    __ __ 41114son 71 41134 T3 ......
    V _ nir'" ClIp tIll
    door Iin.l.h'D. i
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    ,_ EI"utl"n .. lei 3..00 011 40 Ml.10 *. laurlor tiurlor voraFr
    It..n.oI. Cteeiace'taflt, .. ,."...,... rtawnule prleelt3IN UpholitirlngHoUtntiwortH '
    ... Imp . .. le.i.a i iIMI I.is 14 111 II |. an.3111. Mr Tur"...
    111 Hint iAJOtTT: YPHQIAUR1Na: autoice. .
    Raitrrve f"llMlT m 310 011 171 111 14ti PAINTI i'lCIAI. JI..ili ... .. ...
    a.t ;:: OilS .. .. .D' .
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    Imprevemenl :: .:.. *4I : 344 tenor. '110. aterMI13S .rlOr...... .....1. ,.,.. ""...... lid OP,
    P."II. Improvement Pint elaae vote Ou.
    Ortlll,ate . . .. .. loaf I 10 100001310II teed S.f.rnmoe. Phon' SS54JO5cIt. ..d ..U..r,. Pttseo sea-sets. sos
    ..... tel '_-* .. 3 '0 ReedY.sstleli
    10 .
    Cntuhi Beech :.... : : : :::::: MPlre ta II 111 II llln.imaaufMtured .
    Picture FromsiPICTUKB :
    Departmnil ADS
    Improv.rn.nl: . .... .. 44 Oil.Depl .10 350505 1401130:
    '.10..... Beaalllulfrimn VIRIlCALA A II D Sorl'ceIull I
    of .ectrtii
    Water Otlllllee and .uldtn. CuiMm cad _...... leaned
    Onarauca . .. . .. 'n set I IMci. it 19 f'l II1I49VI4J readr. md*. Oa nea Art Bne>. reltalebrd *la* *utamol>tl. .....
    ., hOC I ... MU I-3J04 Ma bll.... Air.Uta, MO 4-1711
    11: Ia I 101 Orl. Street
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    'i4' ...., Repair . . 14.300 00
    Reneval"'lUpliremeot
    --1" . . ':4ffllInkin I 11 5430441 I IF YOU WISH TO BE LISTED IN THIS
    . IM4 cv,.*ruction 4 I 10 10440000* ',44.14100
    Pund toe Oenaret
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    In'uu,, i Ruuir'' . . .. .l.1 10 :3000000 100000 3J 101 'n

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    21LAJELAID LEDGER .hursday. April II, IIM RENTALS RENTALS

    FACT i rr; rn cwswrov.et I see ) OM.

    '. EMPLOYMENT HORTICULTURE ::1 WELL SlEM A SURf MAT RI0015 THAT mPUWMFTTI JOINT I VWJVS HEIP60 134 Mobile Hems lift I 139 Unfurnished Heuset

    = IN TUB B G I WO0eRFUL IPIHAIFAM040URI ANY BUwlTSU.YUM SIGN UP AHEAD? LEMMa \ UI SO MUCH ---
    - S4 Hilp Wanted, Mats 71 Ftrtillztr, Feed Sell 4 ARB VOUTO WHAT ro W09Tl BUV US A RSAL NCR / ALREACV I LAKE BONKV "u Bur MoOre CLEAN: THREE room duplai. 110oothlr
    ' = TOWN I HAVE uKl5rot.t401 At'I'4bCc tWLIAN DINNER,TORS I BUT IF YOU scs Pak lose lav tot Ouincy. Phont MU
    tat 1"1' = M3U AUNT'S YUH DROP MKl Blgk and dry MonW-
    OROUND PEAT murk Peal f RSALW a..land. '
    ...
    .. I 1 Moo aId ..71..iiw.iM elwtrlo
    1011 m aea. Located aloe a Ma .1 oal bedroom
    NATIONALLYADVERTISED Pat 0 5501. MU 3-4011 = rrs BEEN PSCIr .t I' box Mnea. Block M . air eondl.
    Part showing* Coo.dur.
    FOOt CAND'd' At'lr' cloned. .. water laraieHOP .
    CLEAN PHOSPHATE sand 051town. l __ .i .. .d ,, Oood lake funing oad boot .tkl"l. .
    00550 .0' .nd dIrt for IIUI - MS.TOO In. Small peu. 1.4 N.r Cryi Charlee Aul"
    COMPANY Psnis. IIU .307. I Lake Drlte .U '. ._ i hore*-Quilt eeellon
    .
    0.i nice ,*rd. (69 Ciaik
    GROUND PlEAT 13 subs ,.rd .1 1pard. i.. IVE ACRE with ..1 and sopIll -
    i N... hit opportunity* for amblmtn . Saint peon C..oan .2.1 I tank voted road ."" aud Realty 6(6-4031
    Uou.* to work I in Polk* ConnSlice L.k.l.n' Otis BI... lie." ... arden apaoe BMOKWMOBILE TWO ATTRACTIVB Ohm,, bed.
    I'. two bath bomel Southilde
    eiporionco* helpful W. room
    .J I IIe offer complete* training* pro. 72 Flowers, Stwdi Plants :. iHAT..r.. mod... Fenced yerdi $100-1110 CI..1

    Iran and an income uiet l> well ... nhnwsra and rontot 5.0111. (. .
    I cirtA% flnami tut aboi t. W.WIflhI0000001IpIjIIo . .. l.undr. CI. bodroom..
    CLOSING OUT A 50,50 d aniodraaon tai. Thr. 11I11.. .2 Bur TWO
    ,rv.iet'! I to planta 61 00 Per 100, ''.''0' ... .. Steve .nd 05mllerslr
    ludjr our methodi and work hard Hit Lemon .
    .hits they la t 1319 furntuhod. bOO DO.Ut."U
    le mold unwavering. future
    rst ONLY It poutlnni available altola 1 CUT ROBLS and#I"" bu ii hon e LIVING 54333.
    time. Doc'or Huey root atork Rl,k.nin
    -T1 R..... South Florida Ave. AT ITS BESTWhy HOME

    ,igh DON'T HESITATE 'us. 66 -0167. 1* MERCHANDISE MERCHANDISE AUTOMOTIVE RENTALS RENTALS not live at a four alar park LKEFRON
    I
    Per tale leate Practical
    1 or
    .n a lovely lake? One that ban rnl
    ust 73 Foods fruits V.g't'IIlesPRUIT 1-- I y built, auellty tootons. '
    fine drin .
    >ref TOM accented will beam rn. 97 Articl. For Soli-Mnc. 103 Furniture & Appliances IU Automobiles Fer Sale 128 luilntii Plocii for lint 1 29 Furnished Apartments cIty atir type, direct aewera power companyre m. Living room dlnlnt room.Plenlds .

    giidietolr. Apply In ...r... Thunr POR ALB Bag or bulbI lor minimum electrical blllaone room. larao _r" two
    Ire I d. from I till pm. it Und I AIM ihlpped Woll. Fruit 23 t CUBIC foot Oibion ch... lObO CADILLAC lour don. .1... 9900 sa ft ipso for rent nt URNIBHtD APARTMENT Utlllee . with all the fun type reeoatton atha. soda cloaeta, mod ..
    nto .Laaii Mutt. Ask lor Mr. Block 'I.nd. JCI Nortb Florida 9(91011 SINGER AUTOMATIC I'pe freeter. Reduced W eeU 83... MU 1-0070 o. W.., 054. .03 North Florida Avenue. Ideal furn ahed. also foiorklng faollltlee Tbeae thin.. ,"n an elorega. Beetrb ..
    10'd. Mile tin-trie: 330 w. Main In K.lhIHn. for ..... pin a body Hop. lady 703 MU and m Oreore y oorso S PALM 11t. John Huibeyon .
    Mar. Repoueined Sinter automatlo .... MUST SELL 'i-;; patti 1 .. Hub door 2".7. .lwl. MORES: ..08n.1 VILLAOE: Wre WO 7.3406 Foil City
    EIUHT PIECE Chernr MohoRasydbms 1(40 coupe
    ill Dlrbin.. Llk. tne "II...
    now. .uarn. Old o.
    t WHITI MALI: trod slur ...Plrl..n. 76 Landscaping room mite. Call MU S. N.. batter and kan.mlulon. $11 openlnia Aceommodato trucka TWO BEDROOM Sport.moot.
    .
    teed Darna. blind "'''''h. mono Park 01 SSr.ar. 'urnto Lake Alfred lit. M on Moeo.
    .. Phon. "U a.e7l. arami and makea buttonholei, .,2075 00. MU 800Jao. (90 per .. Mar I Road .a 140 Wanted TI Hint Misc.

    , Tl : HARDY SOD CO. All without attachment Sold fore pORTABLI: .IEWING ....bID.. 117 Automobile Wanted 129 FurnIshed Apartminti Irl. .Street. Apply 110 Plateau I
    100 balance now due 801 60 01 515. .U 800152. NEED ATTRACTIVE borne fur.nubed .
    youhid i Hee'tbv Lawn OraiaeeFREELfaTTMATES 600 per mon in. lD WEEK. (40 montb (1.05. US Reams Fir Hint or unfurnlihed for proma -
    l' Well Established IREIOI LIVING room lulte. apiece WANTED CLEAN ca. 40 to 54 FURNISHED OR .n'uml.ho. private nIp, W. .. Pay to* rent
    Phone 682.4137 i Hal pew .\\I: : : Modol. Call MU "3.81.PA balk .. . totUOO furnished. D'I.hbo.ho. Lhrsorard ..dult. 6M-4011
    the tin, N oilmore MO 0.ta.t carpet; : Nigh chair' V monthly Nance ApartSoIStI OM-0(7.. ..pld. LAROI ROOM ..IeOasear buiOentlrman "al
    CAIIH lor pl.kuo Iruok
    orSr preferred or man end
    lobi Company TRACTOR WORK Mowlna. piowlos 21" COLOR TV. c'li MU 90710IRED 3 4060 nd.r '.7 mod.l Pies.. saIl MU I 444SUPPER LOWER THREE rooms and FloMa .He. Price reaionablo. MO 1.U4tOOMS .: REAL ESTATE

    discos. and .rodlnl. ..... FURNITURE...d'"?,ji': "II 3.218. TWO bfdrooma. Items room. 736 Bait oranneMU
    Adull ,
    .1111..d In lArd .dlnl and SAVE .. both. e.darsbounte. 3. POR rest Breeaa oondlUonrd -
    rooT nrei. upholiterlni Buy Mil. CA.a room
    for IN flam kltb.
    a ear or pickup
    \ now hiring blot personnel ,srodino 000Ol.t.. 2..81.. ride M A M .....ID Rous..Cinhwsp 25 to 50 % '82 or older Call U-6646. WWSilt Near atorea bua Adulta 692-4747 MAY 1. room apartment c.o. each .room bot, and dally cold maid water 'In 143 Mobile Home Lets

    Amit Lo.h.d and PotS County Thli .MU I' $6. North at Clown on Rower. WOI APARTINT. one end trslIp n.34. and air conditioned ill per weik Mn oay :

    : 78 Tree Surgery 2.4304.ZIG WANTED: OLD tank oars o. as.wrcka rm.. Uu. funebed .. Scar Holnl..rlb. 6(6 .ler. Phone .B2.1'. rOV'L ENJOY living on your
    I. your chance to Join a failving BADCOCK'SRe 'or ...n P..IDP' plc.up. DIalo Motet .1 140.Tampa 21 121 North I.'u.k or".I.Hol' In Lakewaod Trailer 1
    ser TROI TRI..MINO. .11... bud. ZAG AUTOMATIC .Built Living Room CSllbis.rb'l. (83-8901. H ihway. THREE ROOMS and bath n.wl .tea. Large Iota. paved .
    live wits organlaatlon work MU 9 4919INSTRUCTION
    ; 4105 sod lAid and (01 utllltlea Two
    nlc.l Win. lI..tr..d.
    1 THREI ROOMS clean. lul.'n- da"ratod. lurnlao. LO8I! DOWNTOWN orinote so.000cl
    _ I I Automatic sewing machine Furniture 'tool local on. Electrlo kitchen all fan Off .tr. .. 041Combortond U week 223 Bouta New, ilocka lank of La. Park. en

    who haa management poiltloi i console. Like new. Balance I 3 and 4 p15cclitns CASH FOR YOUR CAR illltln lurnlh... Adult onlyParklnf York. MU 9-4021 I a'"L. .Poo.Jr .00.. B.'Iward .

    : now open In Florida. Wa need S36.88 or $6.00 per month. Priced room.. Low lultei a* Pindarvli Chevrolet will 12.102.FRNI8HED 2V bpdroonu, BLOCKS. living from college. dining Two LOVELY FURNISHED room prlw.at. nd Developer .MO 9.9334.
    room

    moo who want to go placet and 82 Dancing, Music I Fully guaranteed $89.95 and up. bur your car U it. silos MU 9.1699. ..APAH1MENT8_ Reaaonable and room.bath lames Phone kitchen MU icreen 6-0936 porch or ..95355cc.. ld..1 for prl..naleomao.. both. tots.phons. .2-.] 144 Acreage, lets Far Sale

    will' work hard for rapid prolotloni PIANO TEACHER cm accept pu Phone 682-4137 For ipeetacular Saving CAR PAYMENTSTOO MU 6 3J94. 0791.AROX
    pits lor private In.tru.lI.n. Benneti ., In used furniture ATTRACTIVELY FURNISHED one FRONT bodroom. twla LAND BUY-1010 acrn aeml.cleared .
    A II 000 monthly In. Si ind advanced MU 9'8999"' and two bedroom apartment". 406 130 Furnished Hevses rda. Prl'ato batb .lral oa.lranc5. pine land ISO per acre.
    lira Winifred Otl 606 Wood. 0 900 BTU air cond lloner. two VISIT BADCOCK'SUsed HIGH? South Florida Phone M 3.3607. Clean and col. M f.I 130 .cattle ranch fenced and

    I coma can be youri In loss tharHi ..ord ,eare old first clien condition FurnitureDepartment FURNISHED OR sow lurnlahedon rwo BEDROOM homo Adultinly U58. crou fenced Corral and IsodboSchutes.
    807 Cairo street. <82- 74a.
    I 'ndirvli Chevrolet will pay off beautiful Like Morton 163 No peti 'PRIVATE ENTRANCE and bath (99 p acre 90 .
    monthi Apply In potion Frl 84 Schools !TWO CARRIER l"i volt. con our late modal 05050 d lend Lake Morion Drlva Phone MU permanent lIa..D. 10 Twin bedi. Convenient location only (9(00 ( down 300 ours.

    diti oors. one lv nsrarvrlcpoi. In Mulberry you some In one you can afford 3.JI8. .onll IE. . .. .Id.nl. nouihtlde. On bus line. "8..18. 10 head of cattle. only (90000
    dir. (.. p m. at Land.O.Lakei. 190 for both MU S 4MB 3.000 acroa. 'OU mile from C,.
    FLORIDA B LAROEST and mailodirn Th* lavlnia you mike will more Boo Mr a..11PENDARVS PRIVATE ENTRANCE: ,0'Onodnr.h. TWO BEDROOMS completely NICS ROOM kitchen prlvllelcaBoutbaate p0550 .. U B. klghway

    Mote!. Ask for Mr Blackfordipenenred .. beauty .school Lakeland FOR SALE one commercial air Ib.n pay for your tlm and trip llvlnl room. bedroom. furnlahed 41( Weat Belmar D' for healthy oldorwoman outage. only (7SO po tarts. sea
    Braul Colleie 116 E. Pine SLmplctely indltloner. one soda fountain to MulberryW.S.BADCOCKCORP.. : bath. Convenient South per month Drive b,. then .e or couple. 012 v ot alter.rICK R. Lots R. L. Gardner.
    f. remodeled air condloned .I OOS meat law We buy and ..II ide ne ihborbood Coupla only R C. Let. Dick a Realty 1011 noon.. ....In. C Realty o. Sans Main
    ample parking, UU 8-4912 moot anything Boulevard Tradig 101
    Cant Man. phI,. MU CLEAN room close 10 Dm015sod. Pinono MO -
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    TERMln CONTROL Portico M.n ig Poit. pie 'III.., Virginia CHEVROLET 881.JJ.LCAnO" .
    Cteao "V
    and Call
    preferred but w,II THREE ROOMS couple or with .013. PASTURE LAND 400 Sums.
    WANT A WHITE SEWINO machine I In con eloeet ipaca. b.b. .
    o.lIon'l. but rood aoll timber mlIeared
    Rurk. Too.DutslMm Main Storo and Warehouiei .1111. some
    lraln. APpl out.. button holer 310 N Florida Av*. Adult.. Parkini Water furnlihed I..
    Ot'. Cant Main Included 638 90aih Mulberry. Floru and loa I.. 136 Rooms With Beard Near Plant City
    _ BETTER JOB? 0.
    I04J Sharon Drive 320 West Cannon
    Mulberry Store Hour: WILL PAY 00.0 0 srebrsnrsr OrOlrbup. 220 WEIER.-olro two bodo9om. 1196 per acre Term SOW .
    MIDDLI AOED Perion moo strode to dotirorLokrtaod EI. MUST BELL "RCA aiWii;; : I m. to 6 m. dally Frl .1.... '57 0' "Id" "V 5.0000 CTAOB. ELECTRIC kitchen $75. Adullo. no 0'". BOARD WITH lunches 10 10 ..R L. Gardner. R C. Lets or

    client opaortunltT Ledger for rl.nl p.r. Take Your Choice: .nllh TV d.... imall ahowcailInnen until 6 WILL IXCHANOI: Imosia coo.verUbil private. aulted for two 0'1.1 Junl., 5,511cr. 010. .... elevitlon room Reasonable 129 Ray K. Lobs at Dick Realty. .
    son. Contacl Loa IIh.. Ii L'd..rClrcul.lI.n S IBM Keypunch .. bike elertrle over byaullc Open All Day Wedneidayer tot late muSIC pickup Water provided 7U WhO Han cool II' Oak Btreet. 1011 tart Main phone 669 8133.
    lift ..... .. ... rook. 2(19
    .orl. alorea aervln
    d.oarlm.nl MrBrlde clean 90 t.uek and PII '1IItr.n.. Call IJ. PINS ACRI tr.. $25 .o.e. (2*
    NEARLY MFW CB'irraiM .
    DRY O.ndl Isundrorout. S Speedwriting Shorthand ..i. 619. Weak Memorial Blvd Florida Leslie Orlaiard n, MU .-.1... SHALL MODERN: apartment, T Ib. bo.oom. 000th. Mel Rudy Rcoit.r. 112'
    IIU S 7893. Likelind Anoclato Store
    I I clomti. for 61* lout for. c'Pr' Nlcl I MemorIal bled NU '.
    nose II work Incl'Plnd.nl.I' Typewriting (1( No. 1'I0rld. Av* WE: PAY 619 up (junk caniucka : ,lam .dult. lurnlb.d. .dull on "
    Writs Boo P.2&3: LaulandLedsor I Office Machines Lakeland. Loweit Prlrei adcock Will Treat You RUht' ). Fr. pick tin Tonkil L.mon. P0005 M Towion. ... USE OGE.CLSSFD OROVI: LAND 80 acres. pIne

    NO DOWN PAYMENT Iron ft Metal. Ino 6(3.3117. OARAOI APART..INT.: Post 2100. 'Ad o.h. alutlo hiiD loud.
    Comptometers From 620 to 6190 .uoms. Comlortshle. nostool.ntl, warms .. iso sasdy
    104 Gas Oil Fuel TWO OR three bedroom bouio, sic / ADS
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    56 Salesmen C BookkeepingStart E.Z Monthly Payments 121 Mobile Homes trkted.. N. p515. Iqulr 101 Lon. ondlllonlng and central heating i tl. Price (290 per acre Terms
    down R L.
    01 strietaullful Gardner
    Inoleum . ties PROPANE OAS for cooking. beat. Vo eml..bl.. Ness door to R C. Loll K
    run up or LoIs al
    ALESMAN WANTED. for homo any Monday H... 611(90 9.Piece living Inl. bot water Irrigation ladua- RAILER. SALES ,.-& .. lnou. Santo Pe H gb Sctaool. Reasonable Dick Realty. Kail Main
    eliverir ... 21 50 Coramli.lorui Day or Night room lutes lit 500R5. 1.1.1 .... Call (88.1866. Ivy'a Sm.serial .DCI. itorage parta. auppllea. In. DUPLEX FOR REN rOOt. MU 2.1881. 38 Unfurnishtd Apart Phons 118..133.CO..BII .
    ui companr benefit hsopit.st.tnattht. 62090 Box iprlng or Oaa Service. 1311 New ..rid. bonded local and n.uon.1 CLEAN POUR room duoln.
    roup too. .c"d.nt and .,. . burndala HlihwerOS aniporteri. Jack. 4710 Mew 405 Eat larl MANOR Bard.
    I son prieR rnntt . . 619 81 porch convenient location LINCOLN coo M T lol
    Sordin Dairy A.rlll.nl
    lealth Applr Lakeland Combos Road .
    Tampa IU.hwa. IIU .103.. City watom -
    Usod dulta. (81 4391 Boon
    bedroom aultea complete 1909 Lakeland flneal Pe-
    Wire Drive. urnlihed unfarnlihed. clorod
    4 Lots a RedecOTTAOE 0 and electricity (1499. termaLeal .
    Business Institute, Inc.On 189 93 Jewelry orated. ... klkb.. .0Ulp..D'. Flirt.TWO Oil. North Lincoln .d Week 7tb for ..b. (89.(173: P O (..
    Rn. 649 90 S piece dinette .. BEDROOM MU 3-5354.
    terrano .
    58 Work Wonttd Lake Wire, Lakeland let . . . . 91ft 01 .. ONE ONLY 10. Dill Twosri. 10m. CleanIcely CHOICE BUILDING alta. 1500
    WI PAY .b. dlamonda. gold bedrooma furnished In MODERN THREE rooms electric
    Good tiled TV's . . 640 9t TI. blb. .r..d 1.1.. directly behind ClueHelinte .
    old sites. ty 679 .. porch. carport. Mg 3860
    ..... Phone 686.9856ENTERTAINMENT miss gold platinum room or 1..13. 'uU b.lh. srousd (too.
    TRACTOR WORK .nlld New 1 HP 21" power mowernow NEW 50'xlO' klth.D. I.nd B vd. Call MU
    N.llan' Jiwilry. 106 South PlorIdo. "70 unlurnlihid Call T. R Tuck ...rk I
    oh and dliclni Niw 100tnrnoot.Quick . . . . 149 96 897 90 CLEAN two bedroom d u.pin. .uo. dowotowoAdult. 0621 MU -3670.
    .
    I r Jr Realtor. MU 6 7173 ..
    lervlce Call for I mops Good toed novel and refrlaeratori tile batb alectrla' kitchenarport .8..1.
    Po.. "V II-OtJI . 2 bedroom waihlng LAKELAND HIOHLANDB. 79 g
    .II.' Fred L rTUDENT . 849 to up FOUR room. Florldl prlvllegea Phon TWO BEDROOM duplex. |7S
    wIth' 30 bl* fruit treee 81900.
    lyla craft 93 96 ullon 106 Machinery & Teals 8U.22.n. 6(1-6901. month 21'
    MALI deilrei part paint oom. oil alectrlo. air .ondilon.d. One bedroom duplci .61 Red SUk dart 6S6.nul
    11m. bookkeeping poilllon Cell Also laraa stock of Plumbing and $3790 011 h..t 0l3'l 80ul i. TWO BEDROOM two bath horn month aouthilde. Lo.h,. Real ..8..1.05.LKJRONT .
    IJJ.1081. Barlow, between 2 30 ardware CETYLENE: : WELDINO outllt. ID Cedar Key (179 monthly withecarly tot 82.4341. 689 7864 nl.hl
    and 5 JO weekdayi POLY FOAM RUBBER mpleto with tanki 8100ade or Call 666.9731. PROPERTY at (799
    1..1. .AKELANDB NEWEST lanee
    OIROUNDPLOOR.
    for cattle. 304 Bait Bel(8J .lraU. .. from Lakeland
    JUNIOR WEST all lawn sir Cut OUTLETWe It Any BlrelWE mor .7702. R &B MOBILE HOMES ..parl.nluDdr.. 111111... CUTE AND coif CB cottage. furninhed .-' floral two bedroom apart. P'' 'rr.. Wllllama. Realtor 688.
    for adulta. Central bea
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    lco and ipraylng Stours.ashtosand r.r"lI.n. CI or unlurnlihed (19 QU"D8lrot. m.nt 1936
    p.lnlln. Phono Ml) I.1326r PAY TOP PRICES: 639 W. Memorial Blvd. Barlow Hl.hway. tattoo Call 682.4U. Sot appoint. alr-condiuonlni Built InIrctrlo
    5 p oait.rn.r. MU I J100 124ireicent need not t>e expensive. For Oood Uied Furniture 107 Plumbing SuppliesMontgomery ranie. Clots to colleae TAMPA HIOHWAY 1.8'188'. es.
    VERY NOCI dupl. Lorll baUt.ol.nt m.n.
    and Appllancei Lakeland. Florida 5510 montb Phone cellent John
    I C Dr vo. Lakeland Florida per .8.88 In..leDI. .1.
    cloieti. ecreened nor.b NICELY FURNISHED two bedroom J Brennan W. 6664103 .
    LIGHT CARPENTERING and Check the Classified section CALL MU 32044 Ward PrI..to. MU i.192S, 1090 Bait bouie all electric. tile bath MODERN TWO bedroom dupln 1.

    ". ntitil. Work br left of hourMU Main 314", Marvallne, off Cheitnut N... atom and echooU $71month
    3.J100 for good buys In used Polk Trading Mart GET A GAS HOT WATER 30.13.20. 30 WIDEBMOBILB Ar RTNINT. 0000. .U50. MU (.1917. : .. ,.nl till bulb'rmnoe.sre. Two. LARGE down country per loti lot. 6190eirb CoIl

    WANT CARPENTERING work ..ndp.lnlln. HEATER FROM WARDS HOME INSURANCE .19 to 'k. Llihta. TWO BEDROOMS room MU .10.
    sataner 0 r .>onablIcol > TV and Stereo seta. CS. HWY (1 EAST Have Hot Water When STORAGE PARTS rater and !.. furnUhed Childrenteicomo dining room. kltonen 'IDI ,934 TWO BEDROOM. new brick
    : .. No 'lob too "mail .8J..J8' Also .I..plnl roomi Hull, Road Call 696.1444. block to colleie. aIr eondltlonid 1$ LOTS for III. ID C".I8p.lnll.
    You Need Itt! .14 Eait Oak MU ...287. Ken Harrla Realtor. ..31 1tOITAOE '4 11I11. Sooth from los
    OOINO NORTH? V..llonlnl 99 Beats Meters, Supplies DEE'SMOBILE NEW ONE air ..oodl.1.0ed. SprID" Rca.onsbt..
    beroom.
    '., PotiOns\ Mats your anronssmoo. 94.Hr. Initallatlea POUR ROOMS and batb Earlr oil .. furniture. EPTICIENCY One or .1.3..

    lot d"nd.bl' lava ..... Pool .. CARIN CllutSER. 18' lIaolmsn.Na 117 N Kentucky $ HOMES Americas furniture. Adulta. SwIm.minI . Heat and water 'urnl.he. two pe In.. <10 weekly HitOoodyrar
    pool 840 South .u...... Avenue. (13.42J3.
    MU a.J4. Adull. 1030 Lakewood
    HP JohnlOn .1..1.10. 10. Itdocurtain. C.ur\
    Robinson PinesLota
    bURnING CARKCHRISTIAN ro..loo.ont or LIVESTOCK .. Daisy tr.II... I'''. 31 MU 2-5103 (41 N Webaih MU '-(((( THREE ROOMS Sod bath. nrounhhoer. FOR RENT boos. three bodro. FIVE ROOMS clean. nice floors.

    \ IOml.ln..lld. 1.00550 h.m. Sri.ostaroo ,. J.If'"on. DUielan 050tioo. Phone .ii. accept children alter *. prl.l. entrance. Clone downtownbut .
    fI f\ rn. sly condlll..d.. 131 RESPONSIBLE PARTY to tike MU 9.0356. but and tracery. Reasonable (199 6899 All city ntllltleiPavtd .
    $7 Bees For Sole 1$ BOAT 29 HP Evlnrudo motor lOB Planes t Musical Inst. (13 SoOth Tenneue*. MU 6-O60 Large 69 ilot lot.
    ...k. .82.22.._ _ _ _ over pam 005505 1(57 118'nou..tr.II" .t.I.
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    with tilt trailer 8JOO MU EXCEPTIONALLY N I ca... FOUR ROOM horns. POd. 88281.MODml Big VI' 4 blocks most
    MU -1122.
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    MOTHER keepe chll FOR SALE: E iht itandi of bros' 2-0070.. Went Oak, Kathleen, JUST RECEIVED ipartmenta, Air conditioned I deIred > Nolod C.rprt. TWO bedroom duplr of Wabanb on Highland (I. C.1
    arm In her home. Fenced yard anonable. 311.1 Hilltop Avenue WAN7.FD TO bu,. used imal Carload Used PIstons 19 TRAVELLER toilet. lu refr . Telephone MU 3.21.91. No polo.10c.IID.(41 Longlellow Phon. I.d. .to..""Ilora T I. Tcbr. Jr.. Realtor.
    Large plarroom Reasonable rate Phone MU 9.0011t aluminum fliblni boat Call MU THEY are refinlihed recondloned girator, sIn* with even. floor lit Charlee Street. n52.323. trolh.d. ears Intluded by 319 M. Maw.
    Phont 68J.49SJ. 2.1040 and fully guaranteed All lurn.... twin couchei 91209 LARQB niro. cl..n Co lete. Howard A,5 Tucker BuildingCOLORED ,
    I .. StorIes Dldler. Rout 2. Boa 1J APARTENT. COZY ONE bedroom elect c Krallor MU
    nlihn
    COO WALKERoc -'UI rnoit tour Dogs, Cats, ...tlBJTT1" WILL PAY cMh'for imall plywood I and .. furnlh.d. Frost .n. ..n.I.t, clean: prlva 01.11. 3.1'1
    Winter Haven Lake Mariana
    EASY TERMS on
    or CIa us Its hour. 1021I boat ceo junk Reaionablprice tr.n. p.I.I. b.l. .n city bu. Off atreet parkIng. HJl'i Joi... A DroNm. corn.apart
    PULL oichanie on a new planet nff Lrnehburg Roid bchwtdt'sTrotter Road
    south Boulevan : S POODLE 8ho.... Pro- Call Mr Srhulta. B6.3730 .10. Comb Jd.a phbes (83.4 92 kitchen
    Park .82.B&O. AREA
    a later dateCANNONVMUSIC Oh, ..,.. ,
    PAINTING AND carpin" ...rk. ,..ilon 11 grooming etude pupei hor. Ault. no pete. No yard work
    I Free eitlmawi. satlifactiteed suar- Ui] Kathleen Road Bhop 19 Furloui Mini flbirilaa .boat. 9(13 HILLCRRST two bedroominiw RRy. iURRY. 3,5hearsicd DUPLEX THREE rooms and bath 22 al... '
    Call MU (.4JM 883.41411. Home. 686.9n2HKOI8TERB.D 40 HP motor. Maclc tilt trailer I CO. liks Musk .511.! MO 6-42(7 and rDo..tod; arud floor duo Llhl and. Cor.e.motor 'urD"ne.. ..10. LOWER: PLAT to ir room. NHlldren ,.- 701100 lot. 100am t.noisrourt
    I S -L.k.l.ndU.UU orlr. owner. 49(0 New Tampa p1 On b..uUful L.t. and snlmmlna' pool I. $1500. boy
    303 no pru 32* South Mlaourl
    : : Reduced to .008. 18 Blamai hostand ..arl.n' .
    WILL KEEP: .hlldron at mt homo. CHIHUAHUAS Owemcoths OPEN FRIDAY EVENINGS lahwiy. sod ROi. MU 2 2610 apply 325 Maaourl larma.
    II week or 29o hour. ttnced rardvino and older. for >.I.. 81ud KST trailer Hit price 61407 .8.8. Buth
    002.2505.TIACHER ....1... imall chocola Sonic thli week only 61199 Uied 14 FOR SALE: Attractive 10 >90 AIR CONDITIONED efficiency. TB electric kltoh.
    MU .1318.. runabout tilt trailer 99 HP motor SPECIAl SALR of Baby Oranda. two bedroom mobile home. R..- private patio. HutchlnionOolf '. month (8S-361S week 139 Unfurnlthtd Htustt R. M. MARLER SON
    WITH Florida eerllll. 'r'iiuoeaoeo skin. ikl rope. tag reilitritlon studIos, Coniqlei and Sninata onable price Phon MU 14049 Courw n.o North Florida d...l alter .. all day Saturday RealtorOwneri
    01" will coach children In tryhome. pEKINO. r. IIOuppios : full un... .0.... spars Real bargalni Brown, 604 South Her 9 30. A..nu.. 101 and Sunday furnlibed I asS 1401 t Main M*'691
    Bouthiat 81OMFINANCIAL for III. CIII 505 1O7l.DALM6TIAPI 'L rART'
    lorlda
    near wheel and tire four III. cuntlona
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    r ,'Iornoon.. ...nlnll. :' 'pvp"Pr. ;yrr;;: Very fait tale price '808. '19 VENTURA A.1 condition earn .. LOVELY CLOSE In one or tworooml COTTAGE for couple. B2 on I'ool.. D.lrb., bro.. ..... Rudy Slid Realtor too4107 BEAUTIFUL HOMESITE8 over.looking .
    must be teen Phono 0023747. .
    0000050. MIJ 3.3510. New 11' 'u..rer.l\ 411 lOP me.coy. No pen. 417 .orla Lake Olbln. Water paved
    111 Deeds urprl hood.I hear bui and atorea. ReferCOMFORTABLE. .
    Sporting Prow Trailer City ..
    Mosie till traitor. two .. lIoul LakeNICB 'ores. atreeti. . aceeii 1.1.. .
    AVE CHIHUAHUA pupplea for IIlIon I.n.. hor. IIlh... mast .8.18 UNFURNISHED DUPLEX I bed boat bu n. ramp (S2.&" .
    rob le 1(13 Weit Greenwood MU PACHE CAMPINO traIlers. Behe 124 Tracks Trailers ApART.INT. first floor SMALl. POUR room sod b.th rooms. echoole
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    1- "Ira. Two lull renrwnrr.Rny. lecttlc . 5 . no pitaAdulta .anrblork.
    2.2R18T hom.. Near tons. catIMU
    belt before buying any Ed. .013 .
    62 Business Opportunities .098. Auburnds OUlho.rd 04500. 1901 Florida Ave IUlhlll. 11. C.r.lln
    OY POODLE PuppieS for tale l .., 82. twO tours Cant 01 AU. Joh. .. 691)9 Park Blvd, Plnella 11511 FORD Van Truck ...k., .UI CLEAN, thr. or eB9-.

    I 8.. it iotA Elm Road after I bucndsis aD L.ke 51srtscnn. Park. Florida. .1I.r. Nark' Trsdiou P..t. 2818, btdro.. Church and arhooIOM .81. MODERN two doplrn. .
    CHOICS DUSINUS and Socowsproplrtisu. all day Sunday EFFICIENCY: APARTMENT. airidltloned Bui at door. 696 monUi. I.d.GI
    0" New T..na Rt.lowa.. ntcotrts" bOoboo.
    i LMLA 0.
    Mel Rudy
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    1 "i'4'-30i: Inboard -.O dhiiii modern Located (.10 Call (1 9233
    1I..llOr. Ian E. Memorial Blvd newly flaberilanied good condltlon 112 Wanted Mlicellaneeui 990 3.QUARTER ton pickup Ford Walnut Street Call 616.4.170 053-5001.
    i .U ."10'. 89 livestock motor and all Trailer. lag .1'" cattle body Bell or trade for 937 NEW Timpa Highway Nk CLEAN TWO bedroom duplfana '
    _linil. horn 1.100 Call afterp 4 CASH P'OIour loused lWmsMU eitle. (229 Jot Bait B.I...... TWO BEDROOM new duple. two bedroom houie. Plenty 0 t eloieta. oboe to |jOweola '
    IOME FOUR rental unite com nicely Drove Park .tro. CUT VACANCY
    I pl..I furnlihed Oood location A'r STUD Ram.o.War thoroighgrandion m. 550.1,147.14'FFNN '.13" .92.7709. (Ilrnl.no. Water fur lecilon spars for ..d.n. ault only . Inquire 62* P.l.I.

    In Country club Eilam. 2401Srorstt. brO IS handi .
    0'er ProdURsporl.lynt
    (!9 .0000th.2220b
    001.2431.WANTED trailer .nd lens 40 H"M.frUro ....on.bl.. MtJ 1-3420 125 Buses : I decorated tn.ulhout. Wsteclumniohod .
    hooter and Jumpera Clov FOUR ROOMS 2nd floor. WrIIJorniohed. 4j Lanler Street near Publlwarehouee .
    prOntO Ranch CY 3.1149. Winter outboard motor wttFrtrtri airy. rank Inquire Lanler 550 "onlll. U4.Ib. TIME
    1 BUY Hnnro.GYMKHANA.. riOarOPrsn d generator BED SCHOOL bum. Cbs :al* 312 IIlhl... 1..rl. 22. loon Road Call ... I .
    TO
    I Complete outfit ...8. MU 6 9113 P.rd. Chevrolet and ..h.... MO luUt
    SUNDAY April II 'or ice at 9J17 Derbyihlrl AUTOMOTIVE 3.0024. (36 North Lincoln A'.. :2Vi BLOCKS from colleie Living 133 Motile Homes SMALL HOUSE. lour ..I. ..ut.D.d. .

    Polk County alter clan 10 a m Main .eD". .u.. ,room kitchen with d nlng area. CIty loiptlway. ..k rent with Classified
    I 10 Sidle Riders bedroom baUi MU 6-092 553740MOLIIIRN Ads.
    pm Ar000. 103 Furniture & Applianceeervlre C.1 ONE: 'um.h.d VeilSr
    Liquor license. South Floral Avenue. Unrlow.Plorida 116 Automobiles Fer Sale RENTALS or MU 6.2164REDECORATED. for aEDROOI. C.I . TWO bedroom duolcoAblobesspoliaernsao4w Room apartment house

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    I: IIIFRIGIRATOR8. W A I. I IIIbr005r. I TWO bedroom ,LEAN MODERN furnUhed ...r
    Write Box M-271 b.ul. .
    TRI .TATI DrRdes. nrUfirtslInseminstion All (H2 COR v AIR Monia convertible lurntPhod 50t0555p5r tot.nt on Oood : lurnl.hO MU 1 3910
    olr o.ndilionor. ato. cot taesl living con tore Want Ads
    trallor. . bring
    Lakeland Ledger.EXACO 18 PI' h.ad. 3 moboc ....Ired. pro".1 ooprrt -radio. heater aulomatla Iranemlaalon 21 Business Places Fer lint :South Florida Avenue Air con. UUIIlee furnlnhed Bu..
    srvicss. Bem.n lnctudd 33. while lldewall Urn. I'.- dltloned encloied .ar. Waterfurnlaned 053-3017. 3027 REDWOOD
    See ue for good nod nophased 010-510 weekly
    tenants fast MU
    '003. your Kelvlnatorone sod 000 mllei. MU 8 4163. adulti, Phon MU t. you Dial

    INC Elcellent location dealer Nlto A) Day TV.AD-I 1151 FORD convertible Full pnwi0. 840 SQ. FT. (9(3 PRIVATI.. CAN trailer fomr.nk.'sloe ., TlfRE BEDIOOM. TWO NEIGHBORHOOD RATIO. < 1131.CLASsintb
    lot. pstie o.
    I.. toots In Auhurodsi I. Irlo .
    5 arl. 00 pl..n. 1330 Auburndalo KdU eitra cleao New toP. Private
    I OFFICE FOR RENTI FIVE ROOMS porchei I line yard bus .. .. CONVENIENT. SFE US
    )ltshwan 82. P.llt .Inlnl atoll. FLASHY BAY Arabian Hellion. .. 02175.VACUUM iwner. (96.34J6 after 9 ]0. eIO ophoicterp. 00100,511. ...h. AROUT THE PRICB BEFORI
    slots ContlOl R. A. RiIsheimlr. at itud 1964 0 In Tucker Drug Store Building! TWO .8 traiier.,
    rso.e clfrull
    CLEANERS rebuilt oo.condtdinnsd WI FINANCE Your credit la ... (9' ,. Ruihlng MU 2 .JI'T' IEDRM. .10 YOU RENT
    j 8.2.11. socsinso002.1000CITIE052RVICI Arabian pertort000r.chptoo 20'>42 Paved parking In frost Adultsew.nem
    new Repaln. na.ta.Ora..II.ld food Low *i 640 dowo. BunihlneJied , Quiet clean, ralee 3(09 North Flor JOE P BRIDGES
    \ : : Oil Companhai Breed your SHod ottO marie to sod rear! T errs 5 tloori Idlll
    attractive ...tics nation foeete him and setafostelis bit for Electric 3111. Clevelan Can. (6* (96. I.. doctor offiro or med .., all electric water d. MU ..1J1.. \2J' B Florida Ave.
    on Route 93 In AuburndalaA reglitrallon, Pee 679 Mire .aro He Ihla Blvd MO 6 627. '61 PORSCHE Super (0 12 000 upply euUet. Central heatln lur.lab. summer raid. adult. Days phone: .'28(4
    tract rental Ftcaoctonovail.! 81 p.r tar Trsooportottoonnit.. TV BARGAINS Comnlately redio Ounlap tl.... 63.600' and air conditioning 8110 month .
    t 5515 for va qu.lIlI.d .1..1. bu. .bll. Tr angle Ranch H.lnll bulk and guaranteed 636(9 and ;:m"i.1799COMET I 10. Call: T. R Tucker Jr., Rialur (J( EAST Urn. Bedroom bath THREE BEDROOM ...rprC'". OIPLAV"
    Lit", Florida Phone OJ2.1837. Alwu MU 6.7173. tat Area Clean .
    .p Free Initallatlon *
    In..m.n Avsttsbie no. csil00w. '61 four door sloltcomason ,dinette living room. kitchen Lok
    ) I .a2.12.. Lakeland ben buys In new o' Stick radio and n...... carport plenty of ahada. 078. '111
    alA TV at Nile Day TV. U30Auburnd.l. 101 ALLAMANDA DRIVE'-800 egi .
    conditionedFor 010 WEIKLY.
    Air
    Nearly 8300 eos.soddriserator
    \ 1 MEDOPERATOR new r.
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    fur .n local. Ro.d. O..a IW '..00.m. SUMMER RATES now Very nice
    92 Wanted Livestock Pet A.1 condition low mile 1 of beautiful paneled oftlc urDI.h.d If )
    Id oil torn psopoernicsS no air. All electric. tw n d.lrod. .cll
    S ...U21'.. coodllonlDI. .
    .II n"O Small rsoist rcquird : ... Person with good credit can pace. Lane front office. sod bedi. cburh and '10"'. (13 NO 81 AUIU.t. Phoet M 3..7 '63 .
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    :" 1 0104.0550. or nlghu, 6(6:3JH6 WANTED: A few dairy. rattle any finanrs low IIPh do.n. Msnlrnuio lwo privet oftlcea. Central aIr Bait Oranje Street. CLEAN TWO bedroom hi.. RAMBLRCIR"
    kind. Will top 30 monthi. lens than (40 monthly 01... in. 150 .
    monthly .
    8900"hurch pay rain priceowara WE BUY Modervnlencei I "e
    } ONE looo and two S Plenty af built Itoragc DUPLEX CLEAN nice three
    Dairy MO 60932MERCHANDISE Phone 'U.1808. ondllloned 913 WeitiPalmetto Thl _......eal a.M ey.
    i hoods available Phon .' Acroai from Boutbgal(12S .. rooma. batb Water. fire protection In.ulr I.n. itaiidard
    1141 PONTIAC. automatic, esrrllrnk j .t
    66J ani. : fubblih lawn ONE We
    k I SELLTRADE > mechanical condition Newittery per montb.-CaU H. W work furnlihed.olotl.n. .lim AIR DIIO"ID.: elenrlpeell'heat 'r..in.. we knew soil1Lrhr

    63 Insurance practically new tlrei. Stockard-MU 6.3131c One available Immediately 690Othir outalde sodcompletely .. the .
    .... o.I.ln.1 .
    low 11I11. swoor 50au April 16 garage. coo redecorated Inilde

    : 95 Bicycles MotorcyclesI G.O-O.D 80ulll P.nn"l..nl. Built.In oven and dlibwaiherTwo .
    OAt! DRIVERS sue 2e 10 81 mao POUR ROOMI apartment PLAYSthat
    ou.IIlor 810 0iiuS2Q,0O0S0.00iLiattlily I CLEAN 199 four door Bulck radlo tcreened : ...... .... bedroom and Florida room I M695
    In.uran" for as law at I AND Yamaha lam. USED heater automatic one owner boosts liootiOn furnlihed Adulu. autiful lawn loot Bonny DrivePhone _
    03 SaInt 50.24 Plllnil for no.. .nd iirvlce St srtrteltav tin. A.1 condition (490 (69.I9J1M9 8 119 Wit Belmar MU 6-0596

    denti. without suaots. 0.900' midsts. iportl model loran OLDBMOBILC Super (.. 4. muslrel Instrument TWO BEDROOM
    DrI"... A.'lOn R..k .IUt RasoOs I lIOnS. t..ketaod Cyst. ; ., 70$ FURNITUREWARNOCK door power 055.nlns. powearakea. b.ul. I.r. Florida u.'url.ho 0. It PAUL NAYLOR

    .I.n. H.ne Smith AI.n.r. Wets .m..I. 182.218 radio. beater MU 6-J58. JUST T A PRUNE 701 E. Lime any more-s U Dial Mhool line. can be aeen
    41' 'oUID P1015db 05000. phOD'i : :' '' : it Monday and 9147 Mnn.tlcello 7' MOTORS
    HARLIY 1998 foot shift 74 full 1997 CHEVROLET: bardlop bill, Isles I.r. two bedroom. tiled .T.a.
    818.21'1.6S FURNITURE MU 6-1181 start the or 0' Tampa.Florldo
    I dreoed blicb A I condition
    beautrl One owner orlilna bath separate dining '011I.cl..n. t If inureiud last (..t M.,? i|
    86.9106 or 6M.(308. uk for Don 42,ooo mllei factory air radi., .11 Corn MU 9...
    Mortgages OOod offer tikei It & Appliance Exchange h..r. nanclng arranged ono.Nod. nicely Mrnlohed wile w. Inexpensive Cla.lle Ad RY OWNER. 04.ewlws bedroom Care MU 9.'11.

    (56 CUBHMAN S HP icooterood MU 2.2222 Lakeland I .12..731. _ : U brIngs quick results I tsr and aewag r.tod. larai. that brings frame bouee for aale or rest 6100 OPEN EVININQS TILl
    BUY nil refinance PBA you down tM per montb Riono MU b0 'M.
    BUILD condition laerlflce. m... 'M i TiACRIPICI '10 Impats (66 a month. Call Bather TranIUO tu
    and VA mortaaiei Pi"I Moru .:all" MU a.80'1. 302 E. Memorial Blvd. V.8 Chevrolet Automatlot ant: when you use Clautficd to MU buyers 0.3501. I I m ,
    sass Corp of Florida. 906 B. PlorAve .18. fuCI.ASIII I '
    CLASSiFIED _
    OltfLAV
    .OOW sratssln.. 20 000 .1I.a to bring home Improvement .
    Ida MU 03137 ,17 Articles For Sele-Misc. 005 1..1 ....,. It.Ira steal ID. your 1939 ARTHUR New two bedroome. .

    old. .nd 81.379 ar boil. ode. message to a readymade n. ehopp n*. bua ehurchee
    I Call Ch a tile Coillne 66J H36 .
    AUTO GLASS and door repair Clean quiet water urnlined
    i oars Inilallrd For free eitlma" lana PLYMOUTH 4-door. no Jun ii': prtnppct list Dial 66-01(4 I

    roil Clllf Ward. 313 honk MiIU ... or. K..II.nl 2nd ca,. Wchdsaand CLASSiFIED DISPLAY D OKFLAY
    I 2.0016CLOrHFBLINR. .aturd. u'llI .on-ooO MU -11S1 now.CI."UI"I -

    I J THE POR1S srrslttrodurrd. Went Beacon Road 69.(441. 6($.

    j 0 and ," comsolosoipwridld 21(1 _ _ _ _
    I : 40" ......... wilt I ?YOUR FIY'SSECURITY MUST SELL Shin weekl '(0 Pou
    1'1 hook.. 6(90 and (11(0 pair .110 Bonnevllle coupe ins fail OVER I
    j.I j. PERSON Home deliver 900 Phone (86I0 ur full power new tlrei Ilk.n. D DISPLAY FREE FISH FRY!!
    1 ( (. Watford Manufacturingwo ... In ivory reipeol 61.(76 or I'-I'I
    1 McDonald,
    I ) TV" from SIP op Gun,. bill offer Call Rick 200
    .1 113.12.18.Ion .
    1 ontoed wo finance Work ng
    WHO traIl-IRa accepted Admiral Ha .. P'ORD FsirtoOs tudor ire';: ....Owll'" $pe ..l W Friday 6-10 P.M.CHICKEN
    A aor"c' un (.J(71. Peacock white V.( automatIc. 00db,. .
    TV. 494 N. Wabaih whip ..11.. 43000 mllei on, '63 RAMBLERCOmas CARS
    . (495 from owner Call 74]
    PI.nt, CH.JMO .. ,. 4-Coo. "OOO.It .. AT
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    OWNS AUCTIONFriday olile .un\\ IE........ ..11.....
    CHEVROLET: Impala lIu.ol... h..tor. .".
    Kites Only four door hardtop radio .....u.1 ...1.. ... ..n. TO CHOOSE FROMic
    SI lr conditioning Full power Call *.t eiied.
    7:30 P.M.
    is assured In a home of sfteO 0 P m" 83.21.. no.. INN
    the article you've found We Ivy w nil for ,.. ii iv:( Ford Countrv Sedan ita $ 1'

    JIMMY WALKER'S your own. For outstand tlon wagon Tbunderbtrd one ne PENDARVISCHEVROLET
    I may be trying to reach 8..rl'I. make offer MU t.8076. 3205 New
    AUCTION CENTER Tampa Hwy.
    home today' .
    ing buys see CLEAN 160 OldsmobIle (8. 2ecdan
    : you. Be sure to read the S3S 0 a. 62 SanS door 1M4 la*. Run good CO.

    BEAUTIFUL HAWAIIAN pr nUat Homes For Sale'listings. MU a.1149Need PAUL NAYLOR

    "Lost and Found" ads I In lUll 61 IS PII >ard Dacraa 111II1 VOLKSWAOIN oetrrOihto MOTORS COME ONE COME ALL 310 Ne. Florida Ave.
    cotton prlnta at 68 and man, Now .ndltlon. barbIe ..82.117.IUO -

    the classified lee t Ion 5th ra at reduced nrl.... Wa I.to- I" ..., M. It lakelandI

    wall rar...Soraron ruga cut t. tag WILLya 650 Call 500005I5no.*MU 01,00.TDOLNbordt.e.OUsondl.. I t. MU I... Iveidy seed J.e Ad'd'uon.-..new min *f CKKken Inn
    C our .... and edged Preient stout M" 1..1"
    now. include Cool (tripe. Milan OP' IvtOlNQ' TILL ore glbr rmf their *pnmf Toes Uvet.el I
    Tweeds and (01 DuPont Hi.Lo tloned* A'I meonanli.il condition l. 5p.m.
    I I corns *ur t* SIP fish
    Closed Sundaya O C Hamilton Complit power Must aee to ap.orecii Jl S rry.
    1 Pabrui Dim City Hwr; (6 11 e. 1932 South "'tor'l I III
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    REAL ESTATE REAl ESTATE REAL ESTATE REAL ESTATE REAL ESTATE REAL ESTATE '* REAL ESTATE LAKELAND LEDGER. Thursday, April 1C, IM4 a

    REAL ESTATE REAl EST iE
    145 tgilneii Property 1 146 Fares, Graves, Rancho I 146 Farms, Groves, Ranches"MEANWHILE" 147 Income Property 152 Real Eitite Wonted 153 Menses for Sale 15* Messes far Sate ,

    .KSIDENTUL COaCUJDI OI A L. OHOVB BAROAIN. 10 tent LS '. THUMB BEDROOM CB like Hew, 153 Nines for Sale 153 Hetiti rr Sale l
    adiutrlal. lota, ..... all area*. Mel If or......, T .....* old. OoodhottM. LAltl1'llOlf'1'ON BOlO LIST YOURPROPERTY i rorxr lot. oil Deal ooBdiuoatn.PHA. ..
    tody, llaeitor, 1437 B. tlenwrialIt Martti tBkilond. (35000 lI.dh.. reBoti, lut draw LABS OIB8OM ". Widow using north 4431134 -
    a.. *. 444410TINDUHTMAl I 914 10... AIM "IoIIIID.10 ..III bur TM tnu M acre* with A lovely waterfront lame for a WITH US .
    TRACT adtolua .xrw :1 roan. Bnnioi. w.leolnTbamM. 1 olid 1 bedroom buss, tare Lana family. LlTlci room. 4 bli CUSTOM BUILTAll SOUTHGATED
    Kraft Pi.... BppKilatetely l( .' ....7..1 Mrs Rsdt..,, lark ehed., .M1 fenced Improvedpeeture bedroem.I katha, tot* of .loeet*. "II Wijrlr* ..B'1 I1U.'..., WfRU I room FOB *CB AUI etrkVbmrr w _. Rill M Bo.04. EASY LIVING
    elonf ?
    wlttt T
    Bore m.wr.TED
    ,_. 184.1"" 4M471I laundry P""' buikltehea .
    Aero lewr aall 0000. room IT t n u ortf> Pali-' Hilt Btrawnerrt Lane. lot l.4t .
    MM J. ......... ...I"r. *Mr '10 ACRB VoloMl alo erop Inclndtd -, with ten .iMMNi.(l *r. 'Real"' u.n.. &. too t T"' -1 IM'. rVtr* 14,MO. PSofie ATwalar 3 I 5A. I Bttft IId.OWlPf'lUI8AL.ModmBulIMB Rome
    1100000. I n.r tonni TOWSON with family room..r IW J tun naM ATCflM, PIlOB UD lnj I (Urort V..da. norlda.THRiJI BRICK HOMES .. AI .
    .101.CL".O porch jaelo* SIs . lord' . ' CmrptU eeri d I A.mibl5 prlt with tec Intb
    DIIPLAvt'4 Coil Itad auk .>... eM-llll' Realtor LMLA ... 5555 floor*, Sail bti **not,." ;:J' 05 n. T50a. A.. .... BKDaOOM. two bath CBheue Patio rlcd for lmm ll.M MUtt 01111'" PO"'D" III. *.. "tOo
    I.ilihU........1$1101. airs Rod..., 1114. 11l ... .31111 lInd. Mrsw1I.3L T,556n Pal..-. .1..1 *. 4354 4o..B. MU S-1901 ||].100. Ml **nu, UTInt Mom, dlnlnf andkitohra
    II'.I.All. In.kI. .Dd 101 Dew'le isasas after 8.So .. NO dow tiMvnl M rout lot ..... tot.ibri a 51.0508551 -
    I ... FHTttt dock wa OBT mulbil MALL does tad I biib IB orMi *m.:
    24 ACH8S rev* 14 koro PMuira. -' slid> IllllUr .11I. Mf d Uaimtt *rm"'t oa *u lot
    ,.. V a bofroMB I btk 141 tncMit Properly _fit lot 0504,5507.lYI1v for ails, ...Iej., Mai Body. R a|. BT OWRBR. Mew two bedroom JOHN 1. BRENNAN KtaoPuiUr roMB 5405r14frogs
    Owa46 Spec,u1 horn*. :nD. out. R.6b00 *o* .. 1 W u>r. ISIS Bail Memorial, 4(4..1(7WANTED frame haute for tele arrest ...l *< hooi. NO* Puwrohool .
    bBMBiM 14 r,r.. ICn Bam .htii t>. 0.PM or W. O, H>M 1104 down, 4>I per rioBtb VBOBOaro .1."",.. Total krle. olt"
    RMltor, ...-.111. TWO DOFUDCM ffowBpnrW ...-,11' "$R-l711 I : THRtB bod_. deB., ")101.eoUTR&m". IMPERIAL IWkltor LULL 61/-4103 I17.1M. KO-11M
    62 RAMBLER or tour bedroom homo A BeuUi-
    MM kllabem formatted. Afrnendiatoaeit. ail Lakeland few TRHBB bedroom A Mtai Horn U HU CHtl
    Jrt.7 area.Olre
    noeDeBt Htm Mlav 150. Mhctllaniortiroum "ll-e*.wall 1110501. Mreeaedptirrh.
    ..-\eo.A.._4.a.._ ...N.A5 .... 20 YEAR TERMS *.ta>..... t hon* 4410431.FRONTtam I addreee.. Writ prlr4 Bad ..and, phonenumber. Lakeland .*.!., rettoed. 1'...... entanHOWB CONSTRUCTION CO., A. S. MORROW
    M. u-I 44 __ 1116' two borne. In: I LednrIS DaTBWBe. MO 4-Mlt. S2oRIltaHIa INC. STATELY ElEGANCE! Ma1lan-.XMLA
    MM ,ail... M MM. 39 lam k t7 nw elda Drive ,:
    .._ In ...r. old. ooopiotroto =?, :" =:\I'j. ( =: roft ootAitED: ow kant, ) Nmn Fer Sale COUNTRT BOMB elw .d onIhre i 304 e. TniB. Fb, 1RT B-9111
    ( canuklbf ooulpmont tub eaoo4JOI. amirr wnt or wmnn I" lart. lota Witt baa eat $11 So. Hi AnM3KI BTMIUHU "hl g-ttorr ,riot
    $1295 urltatloB. boBM prlco (},. .... ...... .
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    : feKDMOOVm. sod 01. Xart b* eeea to hons. with ,. Tb fr-n4< sue'5as0a005
    3M DOWW
    104 **r say. No. 40 Can JimPoirm. CKIPLIX.: CB SOO .s ft eachid ; 3 AND t THKtB BrOROOM CB. OB* balb8tor Bpcraolated Monthly ."tII ( (...24Jt ,
    frann 8k tno Full dlnloi
    "111I T It. Tu' *.. .rMcoJter ., woo* location. Will earrrmorttwo TO m* VAunco >CTBMwm and rafrKorator. Penh
    of only 4400 arter reaMnabledowB room, litlnt room and
    OWBer ....IIIOtI. .1 I bank ., .sropre
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    dowB MV
    0401.7117.05E 44177aftor SPECIAL
    : BODY MALTOK imlOMOKIAt. R . payment. Mione wiui rinplao. Tbraoaad bedrao40
    PAUl NA nOR COid IaRND S .ID.8EVEN =OOtitODGIIIu.od ..
    11 d.- . ANTT1U, LANGR bam ..1&'" and MdlHoaal
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    ...... 1I! OO. 8.55 '0"" '._. 510 $00004 sad Nth, 180m54tl. hail .*..0.1&1... flotilla swotWill
    HOMES W Soolb.s04 056$1
    MOTORS = 0.5545005 55055$ fto.. M I ls '0'". 5178001, as I for loparat Immediate 5175015.Auabio ooouT. BY Uundrf rooat. 'lYtmondowvain lad Boutha-at as.r 0 reom. H bedroom .
    11.155 85553, 55 OSlUf4.. Me.dmil ..... nduoMi to 111 900. Can fuwlee. hard Moore.
    544w 81 5454 54.VM4 I1M Alma Street. Call 4- FHA MANAGER Carmin KMWrllnl. pin
    C.n 1Y $ UIGfIamm s OONDITI6NKO'duple, tot 1S1 KM titoUHAVI be...... I w. Ift7 5-1096, 9384 or 3-1343: .Itb T R. TIle,... Jr4 MU Rrallor.4-9IHW two _.,..*...Oare..... AND aaly
    Pd1. nowfluid loeatfok.owrleoalnk MT woUew 1 TWO BEDROOM bolos with ,000 with
    Now CM MV OWHKR BALI:; Hire bedroom. MU7171.
    MSCLA"IIt.ID lake lltntrworth., eoreeaed. Borah Intro I." $100 DOWN
    0114.14. Irolss noun-M,BOO MHO. % two. bath home with awunmlnipool CaO Vomit .....,
    OriN tVININO TILL 14.115' 453- mile oaMd..Il7. 44000. Fbone'
    0 P.M.III. =, .r 555-0546 5,534..- Will tr dt tor .n, lum **lnd 484-9004 Cioelleiit Bontluldo location tr.nltue: sod Sundae JfV..3IO
    11 51.50. la-0347 *r el-0133 143O: PbUIIroe" Open (or lourinepectlon Mini oholct *OKM In all loot-
    17 UNIT motet. 4 ..,.... main' MKOULLA AKEAl T..1 bodraon, Moo. Compl.IoI. r'dMrktdUonthlv ONLY $100 DOWN!
    IIMIOB WANTED MODERN tw* bail M,m.nu u lw .. 1M. BEERMAN REALTY
    route 46000. two bU bomu. all *of>nnltnoMMod .
    OIIPLAY "0.000. Clark Realty e 11..000.1 hom In .ohu..* tot 10'iWMonttttr ... .. lam lot. low down OOOD SOTS. for eomeono. mr.nlnned BMP b, Out *((ic* or sill, Three bedroom two bath
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    MobIl HIM still as.boos. homee 1 SOO. 44MO. 41 -
    t. P*> dlttinne IB c..U. Road parmrat W or Flpkln trailer, thea Dran left Plaid 111I ono Cell tjman Hale, Atent, 411liio T. R. TUCKER aouthiide home for only 21:11: B. na. At*. *ro e-is
    .... *. .
    1ea Wcttrtrtm PropertycmD P. .44$4. I mU. MO 4-402, $11,700! VA.WANT .
    0NI ACR lkMra i..OOO.:1 NIIARINO COMTUmoN, TradlUonal 1 BKOKOOM, two bath h*.M REALTOR !
    foot fcoiKti tr*d ; with tw* tot*. M14 Broadway AreIVO. -
    "IC'II.IPIn w ""Ia.I3tfIO. Mini*. Kr* HUTU. *H*ftSCi 5553151. IB d.l.l fMtunni wp.arat n "'011. 444-B414 111 U. Uu. An. UkoludXV A TRAILER? 529: W. BEACON
    flUiIBt tamlly
    Mom. $an>ld
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    t BearoeBl" wet XOMBOOM 4-7171
    room with (Inplae, double FOR RCTIREMCNT: bomb wile NEAR SOUTHGATE
    ,teM eitBO.5.50 Cuh I.*r elf Mimi door intrf (o,.r, dons (arai*. Inoom 1054 ... Three bedroom FHA Ar.. Voportr M...... Modern ten footer on three
    "" on
    week Lara war*. Cnom.* .CxwkMniamway I Briar Bra, Lakriaad av .t d<- (ram. slid tune apattBMiit two 'A Ant Proprrtf MUHW lots for only $7,0001 Closeto 3 BR 2 BATHS
    WRYM01,6 wA7' tPS0NT AAL a BUM Nona w 1. ilrabl odd..... B.B OlMa, kalldr 'lot*. Bonthelde Owner paid 411.-
    1 I ......-.. t. ,,.. I ..... M SOL Wooe and waterl 441-4183 ooo make an otter, Call 8D43442TTMPLBrARK Southgate shopping. RO- $21,000
    .droom"lutcnoou. bedroom. 1204.
    TBAU THRKB b lout
    G a.U11 1554YYI0coMpLm 0f5.1.1155airo Lk DL 34 BatehlnehaLaet mllee eaat ahoppinf. (9,M4 low- thre balha aU FweikB k When. Central Iliak lad. Air CMdtUoaHTM
    ONt POINT at krltk owner EVERYTHINGDfCLTTOIrMI ,ea BTO li4 ooBifort, CloMrammar
    iKal 18,11t61.7I
    ttontblf two tar lu-ate. e
    ....
    14 for at 44904. Huh
    UCIUnoM c 1Mn' Cod 1 b arbool 004 Junior
    U44-0347. __)33- 1320 Jaffa Btreet. 444-4T74 MEL RUDYLMLAREALTOR
    and .. Oen re by beat t* Kla.almmM bob Ttiu Ilk. BW, ipMtouobak
    CONO.MII4oNM .> ......L 80 R. C. LeU, _(OJ BTADNTON AVIMJC.. R4diMd OWN in.: TWO bwtrooma on, CBNTRAt. AIM COHorrioNino baa t ......* tflnin;
    1111 er4 1'11Io ....1'. lu.., li.ssi ..01PSOM *. b. OtW.... B. L Cake or Bud QIf... lot. thn bod_ bath, ..!tell"". olnlot. norlda ) *. Blur. DOUBLI room b? kltohan, I.... llrtn
    be* Bt DkIt.., loll loot two bath Florida room, otntral room, will ...IlID, tenaa. 141OSa1A CARPORT 'TMRR UROB BKDKOOMB. MORTGAGE BROKER room with a ptotar window. aar
    fUSO ANn 641 Pat LAO, Main Be. Phone aTO ....131c we'd like to hammer horns SIC. and boat i-10ll, brine 'TWO PULL mol: .; caraf *ltb ...... bits Btn

    two .... ....... O-,1. .....Na.. ...... : "'UI IFI4D DISPLAY la the reiulUctlon you fet law: TWO bedroom houi. R.*dr 4i1'O0IT. 401 SO Montoly BATHS rlPTUr IH KNTumTAIK- 1527 E. Memorial Blvd. It f lad workrtwp art*. Oto 'rta,
    Nos Om Ole 01+411 M ..... NL tot tanmodltt ..e.......... 1100 Thru bedroom CB Itk bath. MINT AREA: INCLUDIKO HI Hrnrr dial (84-4107 time It U mamirr .:.151rasUo11'4adby
    with cUssW i*. ft. Utlnc area, bull -. rant Newly decorated. Hardwood (loon. micro in THB u> 10'8ON any boautltul oak floor Call toM
    MOO W. LAS ..uxn I 04. StU YOUR CAR aa Inexpensive 1 walni window full Silo balbrraiao Near Cryetal lake School Bhlpley TOUR TERMfl. M-.6lKVCNIMOB ltO-1107
    7- II.... Md -.IVa. Sass to us. I fled ad. Dial MU 6-1151 .. noon trromod ......11. M-4BM. 4m-4T, CHi BRACKNCT'
    44. S. m5,1. Wt PAT TOP PRICES FOR Priced Bt I1000O. SRI to tmontb CUTS TWO bedroom CB on t MT) LIMOROY $50 PER MONTH
    s0441MMr DOW to brine In new bust- bttr b low down parmni.Caa :lam lot*. Tw 1>1...... Week On. KEN HARRIS
    ... Nrgm b?a., ANY CL LAN USED CARS. bo teeo dallf at 8... Aorw. Oral A..... ..-. I'.aoe 8' I bat S bodroom (ram. ...... lUaltor ElebaBfor a. UOJl
    5531.ASUIS ROSS LAKELAND Deg. Put Inlormatloo tall Jenr Uar- OL tnoruac, 8U-U7. that ...% b* o4 ImowdlaMlf 1904 B FlorU it.
    dl. CT 4-iais or DaD Wlntm
    MOTORS INC.ISOOW.MtmorblBIrt STILLS N. oaiiryirw B* loir4 owb BOHtrai. 4441111CLASSIFIED
    CT :1-1411 Minimum den.
    115,55 W..Aem Co.M.w.m palmist
    A.as.s A RO .n ATTRACTIVE: to.dr54rn $61.85 PER MONTHTwo and Ml BIOVO In. For Information
    aber50 b
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    0..d A.nlmr .... MU J.JIM CB tarn Florida room ihon MuBdaf. ...*..... rtldaf oMs. DISPLAY
    I CLASSIFIED. OI"( LAY &lUt,, awoliK ..lIIdc.... Oils bath. REALTOR LULL .
    I'. ..... ... bedroom CB boon at 1010
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    ._ WM Canal In II..... Fark Po,- 'U a. FLORIDA Alt
    1, aad ebirohe Fived II
    itntt itotM B* *ltf ,...*. Wonder mont ........... ,..... ln.uran.*. PHONE 'IIfI.JltJ I LLIJC
    ful aalthbubood. Idoal retirement orlneloal and Intmtl. (MO dowaunit
    bass. (7(00 t>m .. Blidiioeunt ,...Ow,,** Sowclol
    All far toil M n? oanltf rKONI CS1411S : "
    I 717 aartnnah, tw* blonki, .oo, LET Tbund.rblrcllloll.
    of Waoaih la Bkrllne Aorei. Alt* YOU WILL BE PROUD TO 60
    trad for bulldini lot or truck.
    LIVE I.ERE.n .
    0...... 4(4-I71(. OWNER SALE! 511IM" .,... 0470. ;I
    VACANCIESWORRY In..I... full ...55 and
    loft DOWN (7147 aiontulr for Small down Ills feoauMful T room tOtes '"
    paymento. btdrooim, two bath hom Ik fcu
    CB horns la Idnwood Park
    NEW! /Penood ana bull tea, t 144aRIABONABUt . Farkiir. M" *d rft Manila I boos oBiplrtlf rdooratd,, lou '
    thn bedroom, til bath CB bo.i. ol trait and .h.ili. Wnt Palm YOU. $1795
    : OWMIH.. : L and ttllltf, Dr. 1M t* "Aoulhitl PRICE '
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    down ...,.." 1'1>. Mdroomitw ale lot norotlmbtOIP' StklMappralial (11,BOO. RO-IIM .
    full batbl larre Floridaroom
    I 11,000. *M> a _IIIp.m.a&
    S carport brick OB Rent them fad with
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    MOi C>ll Bar Ttauu, MOl HOWARD GILLETTE
    rear old Pine '39 or PAUL NAYLOR
    >7t>> U MU 4-7173.
    RIALTOS LULL
    MO .lI1Ie. tar reaching, inexpensive
    Compact I..n WILWW ,...... TIr.Ibdroom PHONE MU 2-4179 MOTORS .
    S bath nrpeted Dart 110 W. Walnut 410. Florid classified Ad. Phone MU .
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    I room, tuwl room, airwndltlonpatio ONLY $400 Down! lid last Main
    50. kltobra wltb itru. 6-11J1 today to start your Car MU ...M4Now
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    Y DODGE" TrucksOn 3 bedroom brick and block
    OWNEA: 41S Fred Flao* titrt OPIN IVININGS tILL
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    ,lane room, family room tile US LEDGER
    oath kltoh.o-air eondltloned
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    grade school). eUSSrfKD/ ADS CLA''lo.D OISPLAY
    aLU three bedroom CBBOUM
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    Mel Mudf ........ "It" Mo- 'Country Club Used Cars1Just
    morla111,4. 444' 107BAROAINI 57 CHEVROLET

    III BBAUTIFDI. a>*4.tn HOUSE a..e.lr, eer Hard.
    'horn' *, thre bedroom. I Mi bills .... vt automatle. I ( like New & Fully Guaranteed)
    Sins cornet lot. coBT.nlt location radio heater. 4.tralean.
    sear Crtital lka. (1(00oaeB .
    lor* Multr Ataaa. Drl Call* br owner(.14.Richanf TOO SMALL? I #299 '63 CONTINENTAL 4-Deer. Loaded IT7S2 ,-

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    4 w-7 jJtr BEDROOMS IH bath 24,000 mil...
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    twin bedt. Walklnt dJetaooe ,N 5.. MV 2444b.w ... Interior .......... 0199fill
    I. and oiementarr MheolAeroe Cas.WIId today.icLAIIlPIko C.rO 1:*1U
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    1 1 !W #292 '60 OlDSMOBILE 98 4-Door Hardtop S.
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    102 W. Lemon St. 682-3135 dan White, air conditioned $1495

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    Beige with matching Interior, all power

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    CORVAIR #200 '61 OLDSMOBILE MS 4-Doer. Standard

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    Or A Used Car - We At 'U CHIYaOLIT 1".1.( 4.1>f. #275 '60 CHEVROLET Bet' Air 4-Doer. AIIO-

    1 M.tdtop. La..... $2395 s matle tranimliilon, radio, $995

    4. FscN.y hook Mater, y... Real nice ,. ,

    LAKELAND FORDKnow '60 COMIT 4-Door $ don. # 191 '60 fAlCON 4-Door.. Standard shift, ra


    b Slick.baary lUck. , $995 b:3:: and die, heater white ,Red $695

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    The "Driver" Of Our Used Cars All: the s odi.e. $1495 #246 '59 FORD 2-Door. Radio, heater, a...-

    motlc transmission, V-B.

    d'Y You Sea Most Of Them Are Ont.Owner"I W...... On. Real nice $695


    OLDSMOIILI-IS 4-Dar V.I, $1195'61 FORD e.-n.r $..?. $1995 aI.IPP.d; : :;: $995J' #263 '58 CHEVROLET 4Door. Radio, heaief

    Standard fne5mi.io5 Ladd . . . automatic transmission, MOR .

    "S9 FORD Ccunrrr $.*.... Power st..rie5, ,.w., bake, 1195 '61 FORD ..I...., 500 4-Dow S.d.n. FNd.0-M.tlc, $17 9 C 6 cylinder t JO

    V-l, .* .-O.Mstic..Ir . . . . . . Sadie, "*.t.", I cylinder . . . . . . . . *

    Sdul. P.5e ato.i.g' p.we bnkso. 895 57 CADILLAC Hardtop. '
    ,. FORD Country 995 612DOOR
    V.I, Cralu-0-M.tic, 4irJJ . . : . . . . . Laded . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Visit Polk County's Largest and

    FORD Country Sod.... $1995et CH .dLIT.hslAis 4-Doa Sdn. V-l, P w.rlide, $795 Most Modern Service Dept.

    Lad.d.ed.l lr , . . . . ,.11.. . . . . . . Aa: nd,1n.4. (

    '60 FALCON 4-Do'. R**.*, "4.tnr, 695 '52 CHIVROUT Pickup frwck. 395 :: L $1195 I Tune up Specialist

    6 cplindp . . . . . . Nice : . . . . . . . . a

    62 FORD G.l. i. -Doer Suds., Pow.r. ...., "44 4r, $1995 '60 FORD :-100 Paso Tn"". $1 095 9SPECIALS 05 CA5L LifceUftd 0551100 Mno-IMS rod.51 one
    55.1
    Ciyl0M.t: : . Lik. . . . . . . 73 will Lsk"nd Uneelnmer.eurf .

    I *mo* then. Carl h4attonded
    FORD Cyrtw 2-Door $695
    59 echeole at Fere
    6 cylinder . . . . . . . . ) + Meter Ceen tranaml

    THUNDIRIIRD Conv.rt.bl. $3295 SPECIAL '57 PLYMOUTH 4-Door S*. f .'.' Mane, tune-ya* and meter

    62. LM..d . . . . . , . . . don. Fully equipped. 0 I fnetrueter overhaul, and of alt autemeblM* been Aft

    59 BUICK 4-Door Sedan. No trade $495 57 DODGE 2-Door. Tni4 cr .
    H... $2895 . . 1' meehanlM Thle maaiit .555I
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    . . . . . . . . . . . 57 FORD Station 2-Door $195 food laiieed' *er iee* (*f yew-
    Ladd Wagon . . . . . '5S DISOTO. Runt .004, lake' L

    FORD Gantry S.d.n 6 M 55*"tr 4 Door. IM<> $2795 57 MERCURY 4-Door $195 '00.. Pricd t. ace' '49
    61 : Hardtop . . . . . TUNE.UP SPECIAL
    4 from '55 CHEVROLETSt.Hs4W.g. a1M ? ,g
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    Radio keetef, 54 DODGE 4-Door Sedan . . . . . . . $195 Radio .nd o.rf. NIC. 1964
    '57 FORD Victor! 1.DM. H.rdr. . $595 ::,,4. Pretest This Coupon Before April 19,
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    I TMhtert A.' Fen Belt 11*5. 20.00

    CAR MGR WE BUY CLEAN USED CARS 100 : Adhiet Carbuntorneniee V.,ll . Only
    USED
    DON HOWELL, . -. Point
    ) Set D.'". *.. Tlm4n4 L<*h4
    i ff9Llf 5 Clean Ar CleanerClean $987
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