Title: Lakeland Ledger
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00079940/00121
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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 17, 1964
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Polk -- Lakeland
Coordinates: 28.041111 x -81.958889 ( Place of Publication )
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Bibliographic ID: UF00079940
Volume ID: VID00121
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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I Fair; warm days, mUd LAKELAND LEDGE ) r

nights, NAL


Johnson Ordered To Lose Weight Or f/s ,

} Calls ForTolerance 7 At Georgia- Patrolmen Are Slimming- Down.

ATLANTA, Ga. (API-Geor to the 418 members of the State followed like any other order."I stockyards; the scales there are
4 xi gia State Patrolmen, ordered to Patrol Lose than
: more three. told them I didn't care how larger.
lose more than three-and.a-half
I tons in overweight, have been and.a-half tons by Septemberof they lost, what diet they followed Alt officers are required to

promised a reward that most 1964. Three.hundred.and-one just so they came within weigh In once a month and the

WASHINGTON (AP) President women relish when they, too, go were overweight five pounds of what they oughtto results are tabbed at !headquar
Johnson, deploring violence on a diet: New outfits The results: More than two weigh" ters.
and disorder in the civil In the troopers' case, they're tons lost after 11 months of One hefty officer quit Just after The heaviest officer weighed
rights struggle, says all getting new uniforms-but not dieting. the diet order was Issued. He 280 pounds; he Is down to 220
i try to understand the other fel.low' date for trimming down. -half off by September.And said he would have had to now.Eighteen men were under
viewpoint. As an extra enticement, the the punishment If they lose between 50 and 60 pounds. weight-they've been ordered to
Johnson was asked to comment vc troopers will get Sam Browne don't lose? Disciplinary action. "There's not a scale large gain.
Thursday, at his biggest. belts, which admittedly will "1 issued the order," said Col. enough to weigh me," another Conner's weight loss: "I didn't
ever news conference, on civil look amarter on them Lowell Conner, boss of the rotund officer complaIned. He need to lose," he said "I was
rights demonstrations that run Order went out last June troopers, "and I expect it to be was told, "We'll take you to the toe right weight.

against the law or threaten via
lence. ,, -""" --..-- '" ,,-..- T .. ._ T iDJ.. 11I_ .""'" ...i oWI

He replied:

Violence Not Condoned ,

"We do not, of course, con r. DeGaulle Has
done violence or taking the law SurgeryAfter

Into your own hands, or threatening
the health or safety of our
people. You really do the civil
right. Cause no good when you
go to this extent"

The national President defense also expoundedon controversies Address On TV

the rail negotiations the III
booming economy and politics
At one point, he virtually announced
his candidacy for a *

four-year White House term, OperationSaid
saying he was enjoying his work DeGaulle .. ?r 4t;
and "prepared to continue"The h. ')1, '
conference, broadcastlive Shrinking State Patrol : 4f 'I, NotSerious
by television and radio networks
,. marked Johnson's first U. J. H. (i".,.", who. Birth ll ecceptoble, isle e.S peir DefendsAid
appearance in the big State ef pent ef a fellow (everweight. ) efficer to illutrrete the new
Department auditorium where look weifhtwlte .t the Geerfie Stele Petrel In AHento. So",. o'

President John F. Kennedy held ISO ef the '....1.. 411 minibus ere ......I.ht end ere currently .
all his sessions with newsmen. en e dieting cempeign to low three end e .half toni ef PlanPARIS sv1

beef. (AP )
512 Present Wlrephete
PARIS (AP) President
Wearing television blue, John # I Charles de Gaulle was reportedto
(AP) President i4
son faced the biggest news con have undergone an operationfor
ference crowd on record-512 Charles de Gaulle defended his y'Y a urinary tract disorder today

reporters and conventioneering G'JERwORCandidates program of aid to underdeveloped + r but one official said "thereis
members of the American Society RACE FOR nations Thursday night no 'reason for anxiety.
of Newspaper Editors. The against critics who think he The lemi-officlallo'rencb News

previous high was 437 for a 1961 ought to spend part of the mon Agency reported that the president
ey for French schools and hous t
Kennedy conference. underwent surgery this

Speaking slowly, softly, and ing.He morning. It said the operation
tossing out occasional quips, Push also fold a nationwide ra was on the urinary tract and
Johnson volunteered eight announcements dio-television audience that t lasted a bit more than one
and fielded 16 France must continue to devel b I hour
questions with apparent ease op Its independent nuclear forceto
No Confirmation
during the 31-minute confer. Drives For Votes keep from becoming an
ence. American protectorate and'to There was no Immediate' official I.

Asked to give his attitude on dissuade a Soviet attack. confirmation of this report.

civil disobedience as a tactic In By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS High told' the Florida Federation De Gaulle, 73, rrtade no new The agency said that De
the civil rights struggle Johnson .'policy 'His chief Gaulle was ,taken to the Cochin
Candidates for Florida of Women's,Chios" Iii Jacksonville declaration
said, "We do not think the gover- "scoff at'the Idea of I purpose appeared to be to reply'to Hospital about 9pm. Thursday
their first
nqr. primary shortly after his nationwide .
violation of one right or the dental mounting criticism in France
reducing_state taxes for the aim
in less than three weeks. '
o'.one right! ,.should permit lfV"tpe1 the elmpaign'i'rail'tmday ( pie reason that the)? would have' agr.Itst heavy expenditures for \ radio television address had
the triolatlon'of another right"The to pit themselves against thee tmciear weapons, and foreign ,x been broadcast.
with renewed- enthusiasmfor
'The address had been recorded -
President said he would aid.
i 1 Interests ;
e c a supporting
the same political promises. p earlier. On the television
"counsel moderation
to all "
Miami's Mayor Robert King them Spending Criticized 'screens, he appeared as vigor.

their groups fellow, and men understanding and trying to of High charged that the "huge I Sen. John told Mathews the 1,000 of women Jacksonville France is spending approximately Reinforcements Arrive In Viet Nam ous as ever, and his voice was

appreciate his position" war chests special Interests are 1.8 per cent of Its Gross firm.
He said that as long as racial putting into the campaign con.ltitute that magic"no button governor and can everythingdone. press a National Product on foreignaid VI.t".",... t**mmenr 'Infentrymen m.v..e to reinforce outpost, In ecke.rouiid', ef Kiss Cochin Hospital in the southern

discrimination exists, "We are a conspiracy against the ." Mathews and get High the highest percentage In Lent, the district cepitol .f the C. Men penlniule, the ..10th.,,, tip ef South Viet N.", Government part of the city on the Left
people." were the world and more than doublethe treoei entefeol Communist Viet Cong farce I"d.., bottle this week .t Klan Lenoj.Americen Bank, specializes in the treatment
(Turn to 8 Column i Some of the other candidates among seven candidates who
Page 4)Appointees to the women's gathering. ,72 per cent the United souses old Vlernemeie fevernment ceiueltlei were the heevleit of tingle engagement of urinary diseases.
-- Sen. Scott Kelly of Lakeland States spends. Critics protest in the w... AP Wlrephote vie recite from Solgon) The agency said that the
that more money should be operation was not of an urgent
Are said he would create a commission used at home, especially for nature.
to study the status of educational facilities and tious.
I women if elected. He also Khrushchev Observes Room GuardedThe

\ promised to appoint a womanto ingFrance's Independent Radio Luxembourg -
annual birth rate Increased
I the board of control overstate said the operation was
Attacked At Rally universities about 300,000 between for removal of the prostate
1942 and 1946, and Institutionsof
Fred Dickinson t of West Palm gland. But this was not confirmed -
Beach summed his platform higher learning must turn 70th official In
up source
Birthday Quietly by any
\ By RONNIE STUART books hare been audited by planks for better schools, road away thousands of students for 'Paris,
Ledger Staff Writer the state auditor. "I've never Ilack of room. There is a critical
I' and education and State Rep. The agency said plainclothes
LAKE WALES-Attacks on gotten a derogatory remarkor lousing shortage. I
Fred Karl urged continued stress police and two Elysee Palace
governor appointees highlighted a criticism on any of these on educational programs. Since he returned to power In MOSCOW (AP) Niklta! Ser- In a ceremony today In the oslovakla, Party Secretary Waiter -policemen were guarding a
last night' Democratic audits," he said. Haslett also "When our children have as 1958, De Gaulle laid France geyevich Khrushchev celebratedhis Yekaterina Hall of the great Ulbricht of East Germany, room In a section of the Cochin
political rally, attended by promised to show interested fine an education as they haveIn has boosted education spending 70th birthday today with a Kremlin Palace, Soviet President -Premier Janos Kadar of Hungary Hospital that is headed by Dr.
approximately 350 persons. persona "r.cor d. showing any state and better than from 10 to 16 per cent of the new medal on his coat, Commu Leonid Brezhnev presented Premier Yumzhagim Tea Prof. Aboulker, a specialist in
Supervisor of Registration every penny that has been most, then we will have a fine national budget. He said housing -nist colleagues from at home Khrushchev the Order of denbal of Mongolia ind Party urinary troubles
Blanche Work and Tax Assessor spent by my office" and again and prosperous state" Karl construction has Increased and abroad gathered around Lenin and the Gold Star Medalin Secretary Wladyslaw Gomulka A member of the hospital
reminded the voters the fee from 793 to 1,000 units a day.France's .
and congratulations pouring In. connection with his hero's of Poland.
James L. Roden, both said staff who refused to be Identified -
system will be on a referendum revenues have risen The former shepherd boy award. Among of greetingswas
of whom were appointed to Mayor Haydon Burns of Jacksonville messages told The Associated Press
in November 30 per cent during the five year from the Ukraine who The presidium of the from Mao Tze-tung and '
Supreme one
office by Gov. Farris Bryant, said that during his 15 governsthe "It'' an open secret" that the
Circuit Court Clerk period, De Gaulle said. Therefore world' largest land mass Soviet joined with two other Chinese Communist lead
were charged with being pick. years as mayor the city owned groups room was occupied by the 73-
ed by their predecessors. Vaughn said he has gained utility plant's profit has Increased he argued, why should smiled faintly at the Soviet people that Khrushchev heads, the era. It said they were con year-old president.
Invaluable France renounce its own nu from the front of all Communist Central Com vinced the Chinese.Soviet differ.
And to add to the excite "very experience" from $3 million to SIB clear defense and pages Party The operation was performed
ment, a bitter barrage was In his more than 20 years as a ,million annually. to aid program"who newspapers, a picture of glowng mittee and the Council of Ministers ences were "only temporary." his staff member said, by
:cease peoples as
thrown at Circuit Clerk D. H. deputy to Sloan. Asking voters Rep. Charles Holley of Pinel civilization?" health in a birthday message The Chinese message was not Aboulker and another urologist,
to our
Sloan Jc. and Paul Vaughn, to "carefully" weigh my qualifications las County, Republican, said pire De Gaulle, reaching out for But Premier Khrushchev. that occupied newspaper front reprinted by Soviet newspapers He said the operation Itself began
Sloan's deputy who is seekingthe he assured "con- Florida needed a two-party syatem. I scheduled no personal appearances pages. They reported congratulationsfrom this morning

retiring clerk's Job. Turn to Page e, Column 1) ,. (Turn to Page 6, Column 6) I for the public. Communist leaders here for such world leaders as
Then too, that controversial Gels CongratulationsAt the birthday were Premier To- President Johnson, President Stolen
dor Zhlvkov of Bulgaria Presi- Charles de Gaulle and Prime Fork
fee system kept popping up.
9 aim Soviet government dent Antonin of Czech. Nehru.entertainers .
Novotny Minister
the sixth in the
The rally, the leaders began calling on him To Write Essay
sponsored by
series being
and his wife Nina to offer
Polk County Democratic Executive congratulations. Later, visiting Beatles Stir Row BetweenU. VANCOUVER B.C. (AP) -
Committee, went as
leaders of Soviet bloc nations Nicholas Schatroph told Magistrate -
follows: were to convey their greetings Bernard Isman Thursdayhe
Constable Dlst. I personally. S. Chamber, Labor Dept. had stolen a $4 carving fork

Tobe Acree thanked the However, It was a quiet birth from a department store so he
public for the votes he received day for the man who attackedthe WASHINGTON (AP) The cannot enter the could write the final chapter of

four years ago and personal adulation given U.S. Chamber of Commerce today country. a treatise on shoplifting

asked for that "little pushover _' Stalin-his 70th birthday party derided new Labor Depart To administer the program He said he wanted"between to study shoplifters
the top." He also 'Y went on for months of praise- the relationships
to carry out his duties t and reburied the dictator in an ment regulations on foreign entertainers said "Washington Report. and the store, between
promised like a "businessman." g a obscure grave.Khrushchev and wondered if the three new "offices specializing the store and police and shoplifters -

Roscoe Thornhill cited his became a "Hero Beatles would "need the O.K. in entertainers" will have to be and police"

experience in the sheriffs de- of The Soviet Union" by orderof of a Labor Department civil established in three cities.

partment and promised not the presidium of the Supreme servant" to visit again I The Item concluded:
the voters $100 a Soviet. In receiving the highest
to "charge '
"Yeah I the a'
yeah yeah "Unemployment is certainly
month for a room in my home award of bit nation, Khrushchev
being used as an office." joined a company that includes Chamber chortled in a press release -serious problem, however the i

Incumbent Ed Williams stated cosmonauts and Cuban Prime calling attention to an Department of Labor appears to i

i "he is proud to have Minister Fidel Castro. I item In Its weekly newsletter be concentrating their solutions

helped remove the office. Work Is Cited "Washington Report" criticizingthe in nebulous areas and only assisting Page!
from the fee system" of f.. II
cal operation and noted that g it The decree cited Khru regulations. the employment statistics Amusements H
he has 19 years of experienceas aI shchev's work "in building a "No! no! no'!" replied a by the amount of new civil Business News 11
officer. I Communist society, In strengthening servants that are hired to administer I
a law enforcement the economic and defensive -Labor Department spokesman the project"The I Bridge .. .. 22

Criminal Court Clerk might of the Soviet Union, when asked i Ifhe thought the Labor Department I Crossword Puzzle 15

John Brown cited his experience in developing fraternal friend Beatles or other famous foreign spokesman said the object of I Comics ................ 14.15
in "many Jobs," and ship of the people of the USSR entertainers would be barred the regulation Is to protect "sec Classified 18-19-20-21
advocated the removal of the In carrying out Leninist peaceful from the United States by the ondary" American entertainers
office from the fee system, foreign policy and In recognition regulations chorus lines and such. The intention Deaths .................. .. 6IS

"where the taxpayers receive of his exceptional sew certainly is not to bar DearAbby ................
What the Chamber'seye
little or no information about 3 rHe's ices In the struggle against Nazi caught foreign stars, he said and the Editorials ..........".... 4
of this of. invaders In the period of the, was a requirement that certain regulations specifically exempt
the expenditures Horoscope ................ 14
fice." He also promised to great patriotic war types of temporary foreign "unique" talent.
"serve full.time to the best An Observer This Year Khrushchev's previous honors entertainers secure government The Justice Department and Television ............: .. 15

of my ability." Include three awards of Hero of certification that there are no the Immigration Service will Sports ...... ........... 12-13
Incumbent Robert J. Has F....* ",."*'**' .f ..,ieemti.e Hush. I. C.ri e..ad hit, wife HM lewn chein to ashy) Socialist Labor and a Lenin qualified, unemployed domestic administer the regulations he I Weather .. 10
lett noted that he has served left .ih"'. Democratic telly .t Leke Wiles. ..1.., en eke"'., of the cempelfni I I. sew .*- Peace Prize In 1959. He usually performer capable of perform. said, venturing the guess that Map
for three terms and explained perience tor c.....", whe re.if.no4 i* J......., offer lervlne .. reflitrehen supervisor tor men sham wear four medal on his civil: leg In the same capacity (It certificatiorf they, too, would see the Beatlesin I Women 89I

that each year his 30 ,..... (ledger ,...t. ty Stout j ian suit. : i is denied, the foreign that light .


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:'2 __LAKELAND_ LEDGER Friday, April 17, IMCandidates t

RX RxRxRxRx RX RX RX RX RxRxRxRx RX RX RX RX RxRxRxRx RX RX RX Vary Widely On Road Woes Plans I


RX RX RX RX RX RX RX Rx RX RX RXRxR Editor's note: The six Demo-, way construction program needs[greatest- need. Two opposed toll I Democrats- : work of primary and secondary and engineering wan- full, right-of-way jurisdiction over

RxRx RxR critic and three Republican candidate ,!Improvement; but all are dividedon !roads. Mayor Haydon Burns of Jacksonville roads" [ and personnel. The aiquisitlon

)E responded* for governor to Associated of Florida the solutions and on the prob Through It all came the Indi- : "All of the agreementsand I Dickinson Touts Program State Road Board would sit 88

RRX MARTIN DRUG RRX Press request for an their positions lems. r cation that some problems ex- arrangements (for highway Former Sen. Fred O (Bud) a policy-making body only, leavIng

Rx Rx on seven major Issues facing the In their responses to an Associated Isted. construction) are subject to re- Dickinson of West Palm Beach: the administrative duties to
437 Central' Ave MU 3-2807 Rx Rx next administration. Each Issue Press survey, the six In 19(50.( Sen. Scott Kelly of view; and review them I will. I new program the commissioner. The commissioner
X RxRx and the candidates' viewpoints Democratic and three Republl-I'I Lakeland-now a candidate for will not honor any private or let "I have a complete on roads would be removable only
will be discussed In separate dls- can, candidates 1 governor-headed a committeethat ter agreement not to build roads In development based a long- by the Cabinet for just cause
RxRxRxRxRxRxRxRxRxRxRxRx patches. Today's Installment discusses were divided on how "best to uncovered scandals in the competing with or parallelingtoll and highways upon which providing continuity (since the
meet what they considered theslate' road I term, 2S-year program
road. and highways.TALLAHASSEE department.Then roads, causeways and bridges adopted members may succeed
RxRxRxRxRxRxRxRxRxRxRxRx --- highway problems. during the following administration ; nor will I honor any previous will match the Bureau policy of Roads themselves). Additionally,. the..
: I Four candidates called for of Gov. Farris fit for by the Federal board would develop a five-year
Bry- scheduling construction
RX RX RX which
RX RX RX RX RX RX RX RX RX interstate system
(AP) Each sweeping changes In the State ant, several sections of the state future money not yet available, and Its plan of construction based upon
RxRxRxRxRxRxRxRxRxRxRxRx I''of the nine candidates for governor -Road Board and department. -mainly the eastern and southern unless such schedules are clear will allow county governmentsto call traffic count or consideration b.v
is stumping the state on a Thehre specified they wanted portions-complained continually -I ly In the best interests of the plan as well.development My plans of the Legislature."

-- ---- -.--- -- ((platform that the state's high. highways built on the basis of[ over the program for state. I shall not be arbitrarily for consistent six-lane facilities and Sen. John Mathews of Jacksonville
locating Interstate and primary opposed to a bond program provided four The piecemeal approach : "A complete reorganiza.
I highways. interest rates and fees are elements. have used in the past tlon of the Road Departmem
As a result roads and highways reasonable and there is sufficient we the cost to the must be done. Antique, extrava
Levi and the State Road Depart. desire on the part of county has multiplied in a substantial de- gant and often overlapping prac
sta-presf slacks ment emerged as an Issue facing officials and the citizens within taxpayer of tins must be ended. I will recommend
'''the candidates If not the next the district or county. Careful Mayor Robert King High an enlarged road board
administration[ studies will be made under administration Miami: "I am in favor of completely I with staggered terms .to help
I State
Here are the viewpoints of the to develop meansto revamping the end the waste that comes from
candidates on the question of expedite the construction of Road Department so that professional conflicting policies as adminstrations
what to do about highways In interstate system and to comple- people are In chargeof change. I will strongly
never need Florida: I ment It with a connecting net-: planning and determining[ oppose any more toll roads
ironing u where roads will be built rather
: *'than the pork barrel system now GOP Views Aired

In short roads shouldbe
employed. Republicans:
-+c 4th Of A Series *i!|, built where the need Is. 1 Ken Folks of Orlando: "Elln

I!favor revising the formula for inate the waste in the road pr< .
ELECT distribution of road funds so it gram. Stop using the road pro-
Open Tonight *>is based upon the present population gram for a gravy train to attract \
i 1
rather than the 1930 population contributions for campaigns .
." "

Till 9 P.M.>> HAYDON BURNS *'County Rep.: Fred"J shall Karl insist of that Volusia all Myers H. B.Beach(Bob:) "I Foster propose of Fort thai

roads be located based solely on the specifications on hlghwa
need and that all roads be economically be modified
systems to the end
: GOVERNORk : and efficiently con that we may have, from an engineering .
iiir':11 will
structed. No highway ever viewpoint, a more
be constructed while I am governor modern type of roadway at less
5fJf', for the purpose of making cost which embraces the utilization
popular either my -
of local materials properly
r or any individual[ connectedwith stabilized with cement or asph
'! my administration As a alt. I am afraid that the inter
matter of principle, I am opposed state system will eventually op
A construction of toll
to the
erate to the detriment of manyof
X-:roads in Florida. A complete our smaller towns which are
,system of free roads will be our
R completely bypassed and will
*:goal. My aim will be the re- result in economic injury to <
i moval as soon as practical l and
lot of our citizens who are presently
[ possible, of those tolls now
dependent upon the tourist
*, f&a1VVV X-':'charged on Florida's highwaysand trade as a livelihood. Roads
bridges, including the Sun- should be built. .where need it
i 'L ; : 'shine Parkway. There is no magic -greater and located where the
formula to provide more mon service to the public will be
ey for roads without additional
I best"
iC *I''taxes." Nevertheless, Karl sug- Rep. Charles Holley of Pmel-
s. r1't ( I
gusted efficiency in the road department
Pqr las County: "Since I will be
would result in more
I '
faced with many commitments
ie miles of highway. He promisedmore of the present administration un-
and fourlaned roads
new 'known at this time It Is Impossible
__ along the east and west coasts to specify at this time
w 'r------ i In urban areas and major cities 'what 1 would do as to
any spe
6 : BURNS stands for- and to speed up the interstate .
r I.yl I. I system. ''cific roads. I would ask the Legislature
r I JT to put the Road Board
r I ____ -A, ....,,4 ppreech le ell /londa'i financial preblemt, Kelly Stresses Continuity membership on a rotating basis
1 + _i bead en his .>pe>lence ei en Adminufraror.Relief Sen. Scott Kelly of Lakeland: and I would have an in-depth

T ef Reel ,.... .. *I is be study made of the fairness of the I
\ j ______Ji Iirete the "Iy sourc..t (lecel ,"There too great a gap
formula for allocation of
canfnbutlan te aducarian. A realignment .f aisle ten tween the development of our secom
7 (} 4( will i effort relief et the laurca ef the tducatianal prebL.. primary system and the progress dary road funds; and determinesome
y limb With.dquo i fmencei .vailable, each deficlencieiei I of the interstate system. procedure for reducing the
teechen cempenietient, tuppliai and equipment will
J( be ,...1..4..t'on due basically to a lack of con high cost of right-of-way scquasition

1' .. _irprI ---I r -W.re",....,.. '. ef flendf. ei '"Th. Sporti Center ef the tinuity[ from to one the governors next..My plan adjministration I

+c i .. .wlll provide this continuity T
I.Under my plan, the Road Department PeriscopePeers
BURNS MEANS BUSINESS would be reorganizedwith
; +c
a highway commissioner
$9 "
... Pal. A... Itkrlane1 <*r some Camm. (a professional engineer with 10
; ; 1 years of administrative[ experience
_*_ f X- ;-appointed by the_Cabinet Doq's Heart

Science Writer
W. ,l I CHICAGO (AP) A surgeon
1 showed scenes from thrilling!
I movies taken iriside the living! ,
heart with a new internal pf

scope yesterday.The .
periscope is thrust down
i a blood vessel Into dogs' hearts
There it lights up the Interiorof
the heart,, and walls to take !
movies. A heart specialist then f'
_\'<' I can look through the tube to see
: Remodeling what is going on and decide
whether surgery is needed to
: make heart repairs.

These ore absolutely the first true wash and wear ponts' Through a new patented process Humans Next

Levi's Sportswear old Star can now offer you the tremendous advantage of these I LoansWhy 'I An improved, ,flexible Instrument .

real wash and wear pants . backed by an unconditional guarantee'' No special treatment Mt ra now .is being built said
Walter J. Gamble of Children's
Is needed . 'no matter how you wash and dry these pants, no matter how often he wears I Hospital in Boston.

them, the crease will stay IN, the wrinkles will foil OUT-for the life of the garment, Natural i If it proves safe In animal
tests, it will 1 be used to inspectthe
black, olive, pewter, green. put off the things 'Wg 11 interior of human hearts
Dr. Gamble and Robert E. In-
you want to do to your ,nis of the American Co.
prep sixes-waist 2530boys' .>.J8 student sises-waist 30-36 ().98 .d- Optical
r home to make it more Southbridge Mass, describedthe
new' instrument to the Federation
I liveable. No need for"piecemeal" of American Societiesfor
sixes 8 to 12 slim & reg. ,: Experimental Biology.

r "' J homeimprovements. J i Just as a periscope allows the
small boys' sizes 3 to 7 . :1.1JII J "Se V InvestIn captain sky above of a submarine him the Internal to seethe

( better living now i periscope can probe into a body
h ; organ without surgery,
PEST' Have the work donewith I Dr Gamble has taken slow K

\ motion movies of the aortic "
a convenient t (valve, which opens and close
eL s
Florida Notional Bank as the heart pumps blood out
ate I(into the body. And he has movies
HOME IMPROVE. of the Inside of the right
Never Needs Ironing e' MENT LOAN. 'upper chamber of the dog
(heart the right and left lower
I t 1 (chambers, and the valve be-

Florida Room / New or Repair! Reel / Modem Kitchen tween the upper and low chambers -
on the right side.
Civ o Extra tithroom / Air Conditioning / Fleer CeverinfS t. ,

Faircloth Says

I 3 I'I'IV HAl long .! tdtrt'i e iilnUno' then will s a

.a&V Ice I Florida National ....." red He Can Work

Earl Faircloth, candidate for

.- phone MO 2-4311 or mail' coupon....... WITH I he state attorney general, said that
TROJT OEMITMEIT \ i : would be able to work with

STAR DEPARTMENT STORE j i Item I Qua". I ilia' Cola, J2nd olor Prk.= w.w wrr e.maa..n> 7r.rM.I X\J JM any of if the he candidates Is elected. for governor

,..... sand the fallowing, I I The over
113 S. Ten""I"
--- Lakeluad !
- Florida 1N
: It I I weekly cabinet meetings and the

Name . . . . ,. . ... attorney general Is one of the

t ::: : ::: : I ::: :: :: : : :: : t' V n I shim i I seven" members has assured me and I

Add,.. . . . . . I ..' .. . r I d_ of my fullest cooperation
1 should I be elected" Faircloth
-;-) said. "However, if I find it necessary

City . . . . . St.,. V . . . A.4 4S. aat ... ........"... ",""''''' an ftrtt Check itam,Enclosed la wan. .Mi* i 9 1 F )r t a to prod here and therein
""nil iMm. AM J-' rI>arl'"4 ulM t'I. sai Id [ the Interest of
.. -...-. ...-............................-.-.-...........- much-needed programs accelerating then '
M a certainly will prod and each of
them knows this."



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Group Named To Study I LAKELAND LEDGER. ... '
"'. . .. SHOP FRIDAY AND MONDAY 'TIL 9 P.M., LAKELAND ::1 .' '" .. j

Proposal To AbolishDevelopment I State Adopts .1. .;' 4t. : o.. .".
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TALLAHASSEE (AP-A 18- St. Petersburg chairman of the Road Budget r. .... ''"''1'.11 t:: "
member committee of Florida Council of 100, H. H. Bassett of .,.,.. /. \
businessmen, headed by Rep. Miami chairman of the execu- fp';/':' "it'tAl
William O'Neill of Marion County tive committee First National TALLAHASSEE (AP) The ,-
was named yesterday to Bank: Robert Feagin of Jack- State Road Board Thursday 10 \
study a proposal that the Flor- sonville, vice president, Florida adopted a tentative road construction APRIL IS
budget the 12
ida Development Commission be Times-Union.
months starting July 1 totaling
abolished and its duties reassigned D T. Martin of Jacksonville, $477 million.
assistant vice president of At- r
Revenue estimates for the DRESS MONTH
The appointments period
were made lantic Coast Line Railroad, .
total $373 the _
million amountof
} Rep. Welborn Daniel
) of Charlie Harris of Miami, presi-
Lake County, chairman of the dent of Florida AFL-CIO: Edwin new work actually to be built.
Legislative Committee on Governmental 1. Williams of Miami, directorof A program this size would be AT MAAS
$18 million more than that for
Reorganization and community relations for the current y I f
Efficiency. Easton Air Lines i
Lamar of Jacksonville New construction was programmed
Horn Proposed Sarra ,
ChangeIt on 193 at many pointson
representative of Florida Attractions -
was to this committee that ; David R. Arpin of the Florida east coast. The
House Speaker Mallory Horne Jacksonville, executive vice remaining work on 9-73 necessary -
proposed that the development president. Florida Hotel and Motor for a linkup with the state I. I L.
commission's tourist and indus- turnpike at Wildwood was in-
Hotel Association Inc; B. J.
try promotion functions be cluded in the budget as were I
Strickland of Jacksonville, man-
some new projects on MO in 1
placed under two new agencies ager, Town House Restaurant, rth
responsible directly to the Cab James Byrum of Jacksonville, west
inet. district manager Pure Oil Co. The road board will hold a
Currently, the development M. R. Howerton of Miami public hearing May 28 on the
commission Is a little cabinet zone manager Hertz Corp.; Fred tentative budget make whatever -
agency-one whose members are Leary of Tampa president, Gen- changes that may result fromit
appointed by and responsible on- eral Telephone Co; Richard L. and approve the final budgetIn I \
ly to the governor McLaughlin of St. Petersburg June
"The scope of (Home's) proposal assistant director. Florida Power : /w I
embraces the most significant Corp.; and Bryon Herlong of In Mocha, Yemen, the nearest
actors essential to Leesburg, A. S. Herlong Co. cup of coffee Is 150 miles away,
Florida'i economic well-bIlng at Hodeida.

Daniel.and future growth pattern," said Bion's BeginningNEW Nf. 4b

"It has been reported that In YORK (AP) Bian GROUCHY .'"
1963, In excess of 14 million visitors Johnson is getting an early ,,+ .
came to Florida, spending start Inside show business. STOMACH? ":" Y.;,'...' -
approximately 2.5 billion dollars Bian is 10 months old and "
both hit I parents, Bernard /. .',
"With a projected population Johnson and Cleo Quitman are ,.'. '
expansion from our present 5.5 in the off-Broadway revival Stop II fight away with TUMS .. II' .
million to 7.5 million persons by of "Cabin In the Sky." The antacid tablets Teaiyi Good !
1970 and the wouldn't stretchto suiting TUMS *re tort,tied.
perhaps triple family budget speed toothing, high potencyrelief
present figure by 1980, Florida's provide a babysitter, so ? noutnliie ill ..co.. \
: need for well placed industry the management okayed his acid . ,....s you-fom the
rip of en acld4ri tat.d
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4 LAKELAND LEDGER Friday, April 17, 1M4
How About Rights



Gambling RealitiesAmericans Of U.S. Railroads?

DAVID LAWRENCE that 700,000 railroad workers
By would be idled.
live in a sort of pre must be regarded as one of America's WASHINGTON With all
6. The first.Industry to shutdown
carious balance between reality and Bible Belt, states. A short while ago the talk about "civil of rights"equal would be coal mining
and the Importance
appearance. Mississippians, for exam the biggest industry in the resort city opportunity" In employment since there would be no meansto
pie insist the of beinga affect- move coal to destination.
on appearance in
of Hot Springs, illegal gambling, was particularly business interstate This means that steel mills
"dry" state, but they are realistic
rL and factories would feel the
closed down, and one of the mayor'ssorrows commerce -
enough to know that their people and effects.
It is an
visitors drink "wet." So what did the over this action is that it will r incredible fact 1 7. Manufacturers of automobiles

legislature do? It levied a 10 per cent curtail construction of a new police of Americanlife and heavy machinery

tax on the same liquor which another }headquarter,. (The city gets about that over would be unable to ship

law declares illegal $140,000 annually from gaming taxes). night rail the-trana entire -- goods.8. There would be no rail

Polk Countians, until very recent The closedown comes from an or- portatlon system road freight can to carry

ly, comprised an island of supposed der by Governor Orval E. Faubus. His of the food. Meat' packing plants

non-liquor morality. Election after order resulted from passage of a reso- country today would have to shut down as
be halted, soon as supplies were ex
election, voters continued the appear- lution by the Arkansas House of Rep S can and untold los haunted

ance of prohibition with the full resentatives suggesting, but not requiring LAWRENCE Inf1Jcted on in- 9. Farmers would lose

knowledge that bootleggers thrived that the law against gamblingbe BEAs t$ nocent citizens and their much of their crops.

and that nobody who really wanted enforced at Hot Springs. The House Np in properties while large-scale 10. Most cities have only 30.
Is forced upon to 60-day inventories of medical
strong drink had to do without it. resolution resulted from the attention pc0'tMew the unemployment nation. supplies.

focused on Hot Springs gambling by Congress Is fully authorized 11. Numerous health problems -

CHURCH FOLK and others who the U. S. Department of Justice. under the "interstate com- would be created, because
the constitution there are not enough
have a sincere concern with moralityalso merce" clause
trucks available to move
face a quandry over gambling in IT IS IRONIC that the halting of of to the regulate railroads.the operations But liquid chlorine that cities needto

Florida. Years ago the horse and dog Hot Springs gambling which has been congress, for political reasons treat sewage and purity

races, and jai alal, were legalized and flourishing (with minor and temporary shies away from regulatory drinking water.

put under strict state regulation. The interruptions) for almost a century, legislation on rail stoppagesand 12.cent Approximately of all construction 15 to 30
be subject per
annual "take" is divided equally by took place mainly because of federal to threat lets the after nation threat of a projects, including defense

the 67 counties, so that the smallerones intervention. The "feds" hadn't yet I strike that could paralyze the work, would be shut down

operate with almost no local succeeded in getting effective court ) whole economy. after 30 days.
L' 13. Mails would be Indefinitely
action because of the of President Johnson last week
taxes. (Had it not been arranged that difficulty delayed, causing many

way, the rural legislators would surely showing that interstate commerce was IA I persuaded and the the unions railroad to negotiate com hardships in the operationsof
have killed the proposal). involved but they were dedicatedto for 15 days but It will businesses.A .

From time to time, there have been getting the job done. Now the "feds" come as a surprise to most
YEAR AGO, when a national
attempts to operate casino-type gamb- have been foiled, and the credit or people that nothing has been rail sink was threatened

ling in Florida resort towns by ad- blame for the celanup can go to the /14 f done by heretofore the president by to congressor forbidat congress prescribed a
vancing the argument that "our people Arkansas legislators and Governor all times any action by private formula-namely, compulsory

want it that way and it's nobody else's Faubus. companies or labor arbitration on several but not
The rail
all issues. unions
business." Governor Fuller Warren The solution to the problem if it unions engaged in interstate however, have insisted on

had to stop a huge operation at Fort proves a permanent solution is the such commerce a catastrophe which can to bring the carrying the matter to the

Walton Beach after a newspaper disclosed proper one. Local and state officials THE VOICE OF THE PEOPLE American people.PERHAPS courts. Though they have
should it that laws enforced.If lost in court after court and
details of the Reno-like opera see to are .
their case has not yet been

tion. take they action don't where, federal federal agencies laws permit should Speak For Yourself RalphEDITOR days the President If the negotiations IN will the appear next fall few be-, Court finally of decided the United by the States Supreme a

THAT, PRECISELY, Is the question them to do so. And that applies to fore congress as other presidents strike was nevertheless called

facing Arkansas, which certainly Arkansas, Florida, or any other state. have done to ask for last week against the Illinois
Railroad This in
I feel that remedial The Central ,
: your nlclpal coffers would be over legislation.
readers would be absence of such al. turn provoked the threat of a
interestedin The Ledger's flowing if our litter ordinanceswere very an
. An Engineering Marvel knowing that Ralph McGUl. taken seriously by all, ternative to a rail strike is a nationwide strike.
publisher of the Atlanta Con- Opinion Page the authorities and the pub- contributing factor to extreme
stitution recently won a great lic? What is the police doing? tactics' in labor-management
Floridians, who made a modest beginning Here are some features of general honor. Ebony magazine (the Thli editorial peg effort Are good citizenship clubs negotiations.The 'llailt1itl AllaIn.,

last month in digging the interest: Negro publication) voted him Hit ...w.p.pe,'. own opinion. parents teachers ministersand U.S. Commerce Department
the second most trusted white .it ....tt." el current inrereir all molders of good behavior has dramatically summed
cross-state barge canal, can feel a sense A saving of 90 minutes of highwaytime man in America. Ohl I I failedto in he editorial col....,... It indefatigably remind- up the "irreparable in Involved There are in many hardships the

of kinship today with Marylanders.The to or from New York City. mention that U. S. Chief welcomes in the the Voice pinlent ef the atr..d.rt ing not only children but also jury" to thte United States Jobs of 30,000 eliminating firemen as re

Chesapeake Bay Bridge-Tunnel, Justice Earl Warren was voted People Column. Letter mutt adults that civilized people refrain economy that would ensue if quired by the arbitration
A that took nine to
an engineering masterpiece at the project years first. In regard to Mr Me- be ilgned end bear the wlt- from sprinkling roadsides a nationwide rail strike oc board's ruling but the United
plan and build by five prime con- GUI's column, "Conscience of or'. eddrtti, but Kernel will sidewalks and lawns curred. Here are the main States could
southern end of the Industrial mid- government certainly
tractors.A the South" printed in The be withheld upon ,,"....t. A with the ugly discards of a points in the official forecast:
some kind of subsidy -
Atlantic coast, opened Wednesday for Ledger, I would like to say letter,should not ..e..d 250werdi civilization colorfully pack. 1. Mines, factories, con- for the problem just as
end vent cannot bevied.
commercial traffic. COMPLEX one thing, ""Speak for your. Th. Ledger .....",.. aged and wrapped? Come on, struction sites and retail it does in "foreign aid"
Polk Countians who have made the OF roadwaysand self, Ralph. the light te reject sap letter Lakelanders, let's all do a lit. stores would be closed.
motor trip to New York or Boston will tunnels beneath ship channels has B. H. DYCHES e r .h..... It. Opinion. ef tIe something for the good 2. There would be serious BECAUSE OF the fear of
been labeled the American celvmnliti end ether con looks of our beloved city let'sset shortages of food and medical -
remember the Cape Charles Ferry, by Societyof tnbut.n.pp.ar.iuwh.. ; losing labor-union votes members
heretofore the only way of spanning Civil Engineers as "one of the seven lost1 Items thli p.e.. children a good let's example use our to hands our 3.supplies Unemployment would be of congress are hesitant
,to act. Congress seems to be
the lower Chesapeake to connecting engineering marvels of the modern Are Not SoughtEDITOR and pockets as repositoriesuntil raised threefold putting 15 per willing to worry about the effect

Virginia with Maryland's south shore. world"Yes we come to the next and cent of the nation's workersout on. interstate commerceof

and one other little matter.You'll : I have read two Is Litterbug never distant wastebasket or 4.of The jobs.country's production discriminatory hiring practices -
trashcan. Amen. but it Isn't
BUT NO MORE The have letters concerning stolen prop of goods and services ready as yet
eighteen-mile to pay to use it: $4 per Law to
Ignored? come to grips with the discrimination
In our schools. True, this CONCERNED CITIZEN
i would be cut four times as
crossing from Beach to auto and driver 85 for each
I Virginia Cape plus cents happens as it does in the adult badly as it was in the 1957- against millionsof
Charles now is served by the bridge additional passenger. Even so, it's a society; otherwise there wouldbe EDITOR: I do not remember 1958 recession. innocent citizens who are

I and tunnel which, a few years ago small price to pay for a saving of no need for our law enforcement having seen for a long Greed In U.S. I. Injury to the economy deprived of goods, services
I time In this illuminating forum and Jobs as well as transportation -
I would have been an "impossible" en- much mileage and an hour and a half's many things agencies.claimed However stolen, any complaint about the Foreign PolicyEDITOR would begin on the first day .

gineering achievement.Civil time each The of national labor
way. are not stolen. They are misplaced litterbugglng spree that has the controlling factor since the power
forgotten or unsought. been going on since the Inven : For the past SO end of the Civil War Supposeour unions to paralyze the transportation .

. Education Without Example at Lakeland Junior tion of paper, beer cans and years I have watched development trade policies had been system constitutes
high: right now there are 71 other containers. "Has the reading and talkingto such, from our land of abun a monopoly, just as the powerof
sweaters 14 jackets and 60 evil eradicated? Or Is every. people with first-hand information dance, that our poorer neighbors the railroads, joined together
rights organizations are plan- cruited, 1,000 of them white and Ne- books; also boxes of gym uni- body stricken with dumbnessat in Cuba South could have enjoyed a in common action to

ning a "freedom summer" program in gro college students. The volunteerswill forms and shoes which in the the futility of coping with America and China. I felt, higher standard of living. resist a nationwide strike of

Mississippi that may accomplish far pay their cost of transportationand minds of their owners art this Ingrained and elusive when I read and heard on radio Would the depressions of 1893 the rail unions, is also a mo
? Refuse Is nopoly. Government controlof
enemy an eyesore what Senator
stolen. Fulbrlght and 1933 have occurred? Wouldwe ..
more than sitdowns, demonstrationsand living expenses. Centers for recruiting Apparently we are such rich and it is Indeed surprisingthat had to say about United Stales now be faced with unemployment monopolies has been spora .
marches. The emphasis will be on the workers have been set at a adults we have taught our we Lakelanders have not foreign relations, that he had ? Would Communismhave die Now that the public interest

political action and education of Ne number of universities and colleges, children to rationalize tether yet become blind from being said In clear language whatIs so much appeal for peo- remains Is really be In danger it
to seen whetherthe
groes, not on stunts to call attentionto including Harvard, Yale, Stamford, than to seek; by doing this we" confronted look. by it everywherewe the natural consequence of ples who see our abundanceand welfare of the American
can sit back and 1don't our policies toward China and
say are determined to eat better
the situation in Mississippi. Oregon, Illinois, North Carolina and people as a whole as opposedto
know what this younger What Is the result of the our southern neighbors. and to live In better the special interest of pri-
Freedom schools and community Oberlin. generation Is coming to". signs emptily threatening $100 A combination of greed and homes vate groups will be given due
centers are to be established in all TilE POLITICAL ACTION part of MRS. C. J. ENGLISH, Jr. fines for infractions? The mu- lack of imagination has been MRS. 0. A. NOACK consideration.

parts of the state. Instruction in many the program is designed to reinforcethe

subjects, ranging from remedial read- voter registration drive which has

ing to political science, will be givenin been going on since 1962 and to edu-

these summer schools. The com cate Negroes so that they can partici Dr.
Greeley A Name Out Of The
munity centers will provide Job re- pate in elections. A "freedom registra- PastAbraham

training, instruction In health prob- tion" plan is designed to place 400,000(

lems handicraft recreational and Negroes mock voter lists and
a By RALPH McGILL State Dean Rusk and columnist difficult too to accept as non- Bureau of Investigation has Is a Communist movement.
sports facilities. "freedom election" will be held duringthe Horace Greeley, an editorof Walter Lip p man ft of wild the suggestion that our done and Is doing an excel That the commies always seek

A PROGRAM of this kind under regular Mississippi Democratic the Civil War period, is re- "cackling semlely over each leaders may be so narrowly lent job of surveillance, exposure to attach themselves to mass

governmental auspices, whether local, primary in June. There also will be called chiefly for having said surrender." delineated as lacking guts or and capture of subversive movements is, and has been,
"Go West young man, 4. Condemned the "half- as being plain traitors becausethe agents. a of
state federal would be go part Mr. Hoover's warning
or government, campaigns supporting Negro
Cold War hasn't been or It Is
West and for his continuous baked and semi-cannibal" nations recommended that we .
extremely expensive. However, this "freedom party" congressional candi efforts to create of the underdevelopedarea Isn't yet, won. be informed and aware of That any organization should

"freedom summer" program won't be dates. and direct *.*. of the world. Communist tactics, propaganda regard our leaders as lacking

at governmental expense could you This political action campaign won't Lincoin' 9. Said schools now teach"sex" ONE Is the OF THE seeming greatest irrationalfear puzzles legitimate and attempts to Infiltrate guts or being traitors; that
policies. organizationsand
imagine the state of Mississippi puttingup get immediate results in voting rightsfor Lincoln had no I IGreeley integration and prepare"instead childrenfor of that possesses the ultra- causes. This Is being done suggestions that Mr. Eisenhower should be and made Mr.

the money for it? The instructorsand Negroes. It can help prepare the animus for < Armageddon." right political wing In this very well, Indeed. One of the Dulles were Communist tools,

leaders in this program will be way for the time when Negroes can him but In August I country. In some persons encountered surprises has been that the and that President Eisenhower

mostly unpaid volunteers. exercise the right to vote-freely and of 1864 AT Tins POINT, the reporter of, it appears to be the massive and often spontaneously and Kennedy planted a tree
product some sort of
worn out byGreeley' neu- organized civil rights of
said, Dr. Greeley referred Panama or
Some 2,000 workers are being ,re- intelligently.LAKELAND de-.. to the Birch Society as rosis. (The latest fantasy Is demonstrations have contained else, are examples anywhere not
mands, he told J an educational organization a scurrilous slander of Henry as few leftist or Com- merely of unreasonable fears,
the. cabinet: and said "We make no wild Cabot Lodge as being soft on munist personalities 'as they but of something else much
is an and no unsubstantiated communism..) have J. Edger Hoover, the more serious* lack of faithin
old shoe . McG ILL charge" Of those who attack There U no valid reason to esteemed head of the FBI this country's political lead
LEDGER good for nothing now whatever fear the Communists will takeover has said that it is to
the Birch Society, be said, wrong ership and its system of gov-
he had been . when a most are "actually Communist America. The Federal say the Negro drive for rights ernment.
shoe gets old the stitches pullout
and the Communistdupes"
........ van COWL" nu . ," (Reported by Gideon rest
PUbh."... JOHN M.IIIIIION. Via (The founder of the
Imperial I I Folk County.World's :t N.nN CL/V., I-.II';:; Welles, of Hartford for many Birch Society, it may be remembered
15 u.a..t.. ...an ..oITTP POW,,.,.. years a distinguished public declared President \
Citrus Center "",' .....'1..'''. 0'.10'1 cNa.utMUNT71u11a" figure, editor and member of Potomac
RICHARD KtAR.Tha Eisenhower Communist.) FeverBy
... ......,
tar CI..ul." M. the Lincoln cabinet, in his published
''''L''. ........"." N.n..... Dr. Greeley suggested that
diary.) politicians supporting civil I
After a century the name rights are helping "the ends
LEDGER'S telephones All Departments-686-1151 appears again in a story from of their Communist masters.. FLETCIIER KNEBEL
Brooklyn. The great-grandson A man told a iud e he deserved his three-months
As for politics, Dr. Greeley sentence for being *
of the Civil War editor made constant drunk. That* the ol spirits!
SUISCRIPTION RATIS suggested he favored Senator
news as a spokesman for the if *
Goldwater all others who
HOMi DHIVUYiOR John Birch Society. In a A In
would be man was arrested an Ohio town for looking In
president bedroom windows.
'.1' . .. .. .. .. $11.40 On. month . .. .. . $ 1.95 speech Dr. Horace Greeley: It is good that this latest There won't be a peep out of him for two month .

SI'* ......th. .. ... .. .. $11.70 Wk . . . .. .. .. $ .45 Cold 1. War Said "because we are losing our lead the spokesman for the extreme There is often *
too much to be both
.... months $ '.IS OR. 'Mf, hy melt ., $24.00 ers either lack the guts to use right explains that the society" said on* sides of an argument.
makes "no wild charges. We
their ton\ power or are plain trai are still reluctant, however, to run.doVw7f eeklln"d crossing the street against a red light can give you that'

Published afternoons and and accept the founder's charges .
on Saturday Sunday morning by
2. Suggested that Presidents against former President *

Lakeland Newspaper Corp., Lakeland, Florida 33802 Eisenhower and Kennedy and Eisenhower, Secretary of If the price of coffee keeps going up It'. going to look black aU
a "tree of treason"in pretty for
State Dulles, and others of of us, even with cream.
Panama. equal prominence and serviceto *

3. Accused Secretary of their country. It is a bit Watch your beard, grandpa, when smoking you'll cause another brush fire

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'I U.S. Pilot Captive

IRCDA\IRII .6 .52 D AW II\VIElffi4iA\lR\Y

Of Viet Cong Force J

1 '[ 1

t WASHINGTON the admit privately they haveno i OPEN

Idea when DeBruin can be
of ftr-off
, teaming Jungles
Laos an American flier is released. "They'll hold him nnem
, bound hand and foot shackled a. long as there Is any propaganda -

e I i to the a captive pole In_ of a tiny mud hut explained.value It It," one official ALWAYS FIRST QUALITY aw TON1TE I 'TIL 9 PM

; DeBruin's father Joseph Is
Commllftlttp bitter at the fact his son remains
, guerriU
) He Is EugeneH. I a Communist captivesix Over 1000 Free Parking Spaces 6 PM to 9 PM
DeBruin 30,1 months after his unarmed
a resident of i 1 1Kaukauna craft was blown from the
I skies. He cannot understAnd
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lt Wis., and he the government's Inaction. In
tl ] a letter to this reporter the
( 1 has been in
Red bands elder DeBruin wrote:
since Scptem-I "Is this country getting so terrific!

) her 8, 1963.Communist weak that we command no respect -
PaLEWIS from anyone anymore?
1 thet Lao forces It teems to me that a country as

ahot down the small plane in great as ours should be able
which he and six crew mem to command at least human
bers treatment for its people who Heavy Duty
. CAMPER'S DRUM AT MONTGOMERY WARD This f.buUui tent 4.,.rriiunr itarH to were flying have the misfortune of being
tat ih.a. f.c the Montgomery Word greed .,..111 as W.....*.* of tiJO ..... IviryHiln fr I DeBruin and hit colleagues taken prisoner of a foreign
1 the ..m*.r end iporttmoH will/ k* svdl.bb' In All .*>.*"i...t. (L,.." Photo by Huf>.i) I were on a mercy mission for government."I Army TwillPANTS
J the Agency for International
don't know what Is going
Development dropping food to become of this We I '

, I Methodist Laymen Plan Retreat and tians medicines in the Communist to starving-lao-held bulk spend of$100 which billion goes a for year foreignaid the

1 Methodist laymen of the Lakeland Sunday at the Circle F. Dude ell of Florida Southern College, sector of their "neutralized" and defense, and then we

. district will hold their ninth Ranch near Lake Wales. the Rev. M. McCoy Gibbs, Lees- kingdom, bow and scrape to a hostile
annual retreat tomorrow and They were employed by Air force How other (
John B. Sargeant of Lakelandis can any country -
1 burg; the Rev. E. J. Fender-
America, air line "
lay leader of the district, private un have respect for us?
. which Polk grass, Orlando; and the Rev. der contract to AID. News released IT IS a question that thoseat ,
MOVED comprises and Sum- 2
TO John J. Rooks, district superintendent by the Communists was
Foggy Bottom have to
ter counties and yet
: 118 W. LEMON ST. Lake Pasco and portions Hernando who will conduct a worship sketchy and it was not for six answer. 199
counties. service Sunday morning. weeks that DeBruln's family
I * *
Lanier Upshaw, Youths To Participate learned he was alive. (Two
INC: I "Lay Witnessing" Is the program other Americans killedin Newest trick In the Civil
? were
e.Mw.rrl...._' A..ue Parkin*..tr.'r.m...aanW theme. Speakers will In- Sargeant will review the year's the crash) Rights grab bag: The drain.in.
.. .. elude the Rev. Gene W. Wether- work of the district organization. New York integration leaders '
l " ---- Other laymen due to speak and THE PATHET Lao has kept have announced an ingenious matching shirts 'n pants In t" r

lead discussion groups include DeBruin captive In a prison, program to be Implemented heavy duty cotton army twill. rk
Alan Trask Fort Meade; R. compound deep In its territory if demands for an Immediate Rugged 8.2 oz. corded cotton ,,
A Laotian
Hudson Burr Jr.. Lake Wales; neutralist recently end to de facto school army twill I With sturdy brass t I
DOYLE Don Melton Lake Alfred, and escaped from the camp and segregation are not met, Negroes upper', strain-point reinforce .
told U.S.
Norman R. Pounds Jr., Palatka, the Representatives of will be encouraged to ment n Penney cut for action- ,
CONNER a member of the Florida Methodist squalid conditions in which run water faucets 24 hours a free comfort! Shop now! In ;
DeBruin and his four
1 comrades
Conference Board of Lay day to waste water a precious khaki silver 'n !
grey gragreen
(none of whom is an
Activities. commodity in New York.A .
American) are held. Waist 29 to 42, Inseam even
A special feature will be talkson leader of Brooklyn CORE lengths from 30 to 34. I
Commissionerof "Speak Up for Your Faith"by All five fliers are crammedinto explains: "This is even simpler
four members of the Meth. a small hut and tied to a in execution even harder -

odist Youth Fellowship Frances pole. The Laotian reported to detect (than other pro 1t '
Welch Winter Haven; June "They still wear their old tests). It's unstoppable You '
AgricultureGRATEFUL Mann Lakeland, Marilyn Ans- clothing and have been given can't go breaking down doorsto :
I ley Dade City and Carl Martin, one blanket each by the Pa- see who's flushing toilets f
Leesburg. thet Lao. They get two poundsof six times a day." ) t

Quillian Yancey of Lakelandand rice and salt a day and a A spokesman for the New

I'M Charles Selph Winter Haven piece of chicken weekly or York Water Department says I

will serve as song leaders, sometimes two pieces, And the drain-In "would be a ter. ,
they sleep on bamboo beds. rible thing-cutting off nosesto
and the pianist will be WilliamH.
for the opportunity to continue ,e"lngFlorida' Spivey of the Florida Southern "Because of the Insufficient spite faces" Nonsense says I 1
sanitation facilities the healthof Arnold Goldwag of Brooklyn ,i
consumers and growers through: College music faculty. f t
the five prisoners is getting CORE: "They were asking t tIz
and people to conserve water a few 1
worse they are nervous .
INSPECTION of foods, gasolines, feeds, fertilizers NonfatteningPotato They have no right to speak months ago. We can easily !

seeds and pesticides; with anyone . or read news reverie the process and ask
about their families people to waste water,"
MARKETING of Florida agricultural products; SoughtLONDON DeBruln's family has tried In The water supply has beenof

PROTECTION of plant and livestock Industries (AP-Sir WinstonChurchill' vain to establish contact with major concern to New
Mary the boy. Letters and parcels York officials since upstate
diseases appealed
against and insects
; reservoirs fell below their nor
dispatched to Laos have
today to Britain's potato gone
ECONOMY in undelivered Efforts by the mal levels last fall and the
government by working for marketing board to produce a .
City opened a crusade to conserve I
better efficiency and conservation as a nonfattening spud. State Department to reach J>e- water.
bruin have been no more
Cabinet member. "I'm a lifelong devotee of the
ful. Ambassador Leonard
potato" she said. "I eat them
has been turned down frUit-I
(Pale PoUttal AJvtrtfwmml) every day. I'm an absolute ad- ger
dict. ly in his request to see
Bruin as have
Iii of the'Intematt n l Red Cross.Hallandale's .
I Winning three classesin

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"0 da: "damS" t ,.

1f I 1I With Mayor LarcenyFORT Charged the Mobil Economy Run is easyif

,f I The Broward LAUDERDALE County Grand(AP-Jury you have a great transmission.

1 Indicted Hallandale Mayor John

< D Steele Republican candidatefor
Congress and two land developers --
'a' \ e on charges of grandThur.day.

tOur .
The three had been accusedby CLASS C* t GALLON CLASS G*
V Josephine N. Saba 60, of MllEi PEfl

a ,swindling money from her dead Buick Special V6C LASS D' jlckleSabr*.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,tl.31

husband estate. Bulck Special V 8 23 7
Mrs. Saba charged in a civil
suit that Steele swindled her of CARL....................... $ f CAR FF....................17.41

$8,000 through a scheme set up CARM....................... .!$ CARR....................... CAR CD...........,..........17J7
to avoid Inheritance tax on the
estate of Patrick S. Saba Sr. CAR N.......................24.D CAR S...............__.....,,21.31 CARHH......................MM

She contended Steele forged and CARD.......................2714 CAR T..Z.c CAR II............... .......20.10
off fake loans, totaling
C/tifcfrcit Need . $21,000 In July 1962, but that he CARP............. ..........25.e CAR U.................. ... .II.}} CAR JJ, .....,..............1150

returned to her only $13,000, CAR KK...................H.8S
She said the land developers- I I

Harold B. Hibbitts and Anthony "1IInMd"SIM III ctIlIder till ..Mmmfeti. SUs CM Cytrfv Ci. I M tin DIM eyWvr en M.nm PIke
J. Sisto, both of Hallandale '

BILL READfor I cashed return the the checks money.but refusedto a.r Met war,,saw us awA a.spa tMJ-

The grand Jury charged Mrs
Saba with violation of the estate

= in our school system law grand Stele and larceny also the Indicted and developers conspiracy.on charges with' Buick has a great transmission.converter I

of conspiracy and violation of

Almost every day there is a new report on the lack of harmony in the estate law by the "creationof
I fictious promissory notes," An automobile tnnnminion, w* punt type to help you safely put Ctrl tion MM The distance wu ),24) miles,
our school system. This continuing lack of harmony slows down the progress !said "Ive said all along that you iin'I the moil lOul-Itmn"bj<<1 on and trucks tl well II gil lutioni. bout whit moil funilie log in four
etrth. Nothing 10 look it either. monthi AU three Buick used regulu....
entire thing is ridiculous You II hear i lot about it In the not coupleof
that should be making toward the improvement of our children'seducation. this
we thil modern kind of So the Run Ii
u trinimii Economy not lust i crow
The state attorney has been sit But j if you d like for your next new cir to rent
I until the give you a better breik on performince non u adopted by more and more cubuJJeti country tour for the Mobil people and i
this for a '
ting on year and guoline mileage,something happened few cir buffi It 11 reluble ten of I cir I
: appropriate time" Uit week to be your guide, What about engine) power team and whit its ibis to iqueei
BILL.READ will bring the spirit of harmony back into our school Steele opposes Rep. Paul Rogers The Los Angeles to New York Mobil Of count" in efficient transmission geti out of iti fuel
West Palm Beach for the W* don enpecl everybody to rush out
Economy: Run proved one thing for lure more efficient when teamed with *
restoring cooperation between the Superintendent of Public thu weekend to buy I new Buick lute
system by seat in Congress.Steele .
6th District There quite I difference in the vans.motions lens sale engine. Th winning Buick
Instruction's office and the Polk County School Board, teachers and par. ( was freed under $1,500 of new ciri power plans were our new V.6 and V.S. There because we won i few other economy good Irophl rot"
ire 10 many reasons
The cubic V I In the
ents. ,bond. Throe out of four for Buick Buick:: inn Speciil the hI I lowest priced winning of all leining to Buick that economy usually
Buicki) and the Buick USibre (the loweit gen second; billing: there ityling nitu
The longtime champion la the trinimu. rally An unuiuili ly ode.. Extriordi-
lion leigue Buick-wilked. off with the priced big Buick) 11 tike I well-condnionedfights. greit
READ will effectively ALL of Polk County not asa nary engineering and workminihip, Andvery
And BILL serve 1964 economy No other tingle! AU muscle no fir Weight in it
Small wonder
r : I, young performince
SHOP fir leti thin other SI of iimilir .
educational administrator. make of cir won 11 many event u Buick Buick area list
politician, but as a respected, impartial Four entriet, three winnen every other V,ImthcEconomyRun. rear. are running it It J* over

WARNOCK'S : The winning Special carried the new Super Your type of driving-regular gas But it'I nice to get economy n I plus In *
Vote for BILL READ, Superintendent of Public Instruction. I Turbine 300 lutomitic trinimitnon; the The Run. wu through cum and towns, Bulck Beyond the dollars lived on ......
LeSibr wu equipped with the Super icrnii super highways, in traffic, out of line, then i* certim pride in knowing you
I For lakeland's Best T..rbin..oo (both optional it extra COM). traffic This wi not race trick driving or hive cir thit'i built to get the moil out
I II They re the litest in a lung line of Buick proving ground driving This i wu four of every link of f iioline, ,
uasaminronawell known foe their imooth kind of driving_even though you can't
FURNITUREBUYS I II neii and absence of"ihiftfed".The Super expect to get ii good mileige n theta Wouldn't You Really Rather
Turbine it a relined and unproved torque expert driven in duet finely tuned produc- liars a Buick




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NDERFrfdayrII11.4I ... __ W. Haven Contest

Appointees To Polk Offices r Slated Tomorrow NightWINTER

be In Nora Mayo Hall tomorrow
HAVEN Judgesof
Attacked By Foes At Rally the Miss Winter Haven Con night at 8 o'clock.

test have been announced, The entire show, with no

along with plans for several charge, will be 'open to the
tinning Imooth operation of "normally not paid govern ed for the purpose of havinghis added entertainment features. public.

the office. ment workers from public assistant appointed to the The contest, sponsored by Besides the crowning of Miss

Earnest Dixon listed "my funds" office." He stated "I would the Winter Haven Jaycees, will Winter Haven, the audience
prime I objective" as the rather be elected to the office will be given a show by the
abolishment of the fee system Promising that "there will" by you than to receive a dictatorial Hootenany Group from the

and claimed his teaching be some changes made, appointment Into of Fire Neili Sloat Dance Studio, with
Stone also accused Vaughn of fice." He also to Damages
experience makes him an promised Mary Lou Gonzales of Winter
"educated and dedicated pub- being "strongly committed to work for legislation that will

lic servant." He also tore a existing theorized operations."I can save He at least also mail provide for reregistratlon by< Kitchen InLakeland Haven The Judges, as vocalist.will be Mrs. JohnP.

$50,000" in operating expenses'the Adams, a former Florida'
After Palmer's attack on her
first year." appointment, Mrs Work requested HomeFire Citrus Queen; Bill Carter, director
of the 1964 Citrus Queen
Supervisor of Registration rebuttal time, but the
and James Farrer.
denied by the Pageant;
request was
Mrs. Work noted that her of undetermined origin
page from the campaign boo! appointment upon the retire judges on the platform. raced through a kitchen at 412'/4\ Other Queen IncludedIn

of a former governor and said ment of Hugh E. Carlton State Attorney W Seventh St. and caused extensive addition to the competition .

"Polk County has three raised to 43 the number of Incumbent Glen Darty noted damage to the kitchen for Miss Winter Haven, aMiss

friends: orange juice, Jesus women now serving as county he has never had a case reversed but minor damage to the rest Posture will be chosen:

Christ and Earnest Dixon." registration supervisors In Florida by a high court and of the house. this part of the program will

Clark Stone spoke of "facts, Pointing out that she said the attorney general has Quick action by neighbors and be staged In cooperation with

which I have gained not had 27 years experience as "ruled the Polk County' commission firemen saved the home of Ne- the Polk County Chiropractic

easily, but rather through per. chief deputy, Mrs. Work said does not have the authority gro Napoleon Jackson when Society
sistence and dogged determination she Is running on "the basisof to furnish office supplies MEDALS FOR KHRUSHCHEV ON HIS BIRTHDAY Soviet Premier Nikite Khraihchov, c.i. the kitchen of the wood-frame will

; facts which prove that my experience, qualifications and equipment" becausethe broHnf hit 70th blrthdey, receives twe new Medals .t ceremony In Hi. froot Kremlin Palace I is duplex caught fire early this Judges for Miss Posture of Lakeland
be Walter Sligh
this office has taken advantage and administrative ex state attorney serves a M MOW. Soviet Pretident L4>nld Brethnev, left, present* Khruihchtv witfi the Order ef Lenin end morning.

of its position as a fee perience." three-county circuit the Gold Star medal te go with' Ml ewerd .. "H... ef the Soviet Union." This picture It from Upon discovering the fire,, Dr. Philip Crews, Bar-

office to the disadvantage of J. E. Holly promised not to Edward Flood charged thata the Sevief .,...c, Tins AP Wlrephot vie ceble from Moscow) neighbors used a garden hoseto tow; Dr. Earl Rabb; Mrs..

the people." He charged thata "have a housecleaning of em man "does not become a contain the blaze until two Ruth Gould; Mrs. Ben Carlton

deputy under Sloan is paidan ployes In the registration of. good trial lawyer only by being trucks, one from central and the and Mrs. Paul Sutton, all

annual salary of $11,400 fice" when he is elected and a prosecutor" and promised Johnson Muck Fire DeGaulle other from rorthside fire stations of Winter Haven.

per year as compared with said "I feel it is necessary for to devote all of his timeto could answer the call and The winner of the latter

the clerk's $10,000 per year someone to come forward who being the state attorney.He put out the flames prize will get a cash award

and that Vaughn makes $9,900 believes In Democracy and said he believed that he BurningNear No one was injured In the and a free trip to Miami to

a year "plus- bonus" He who defends It." will be able to do away with Calls ForTolerance DefendsAid fire. It was not known this compete In the statewide con

charged that other employes H. L. Palmer Immediately the two assistant state attorneys WalesLAKE I morning whether pr not the test.The

in the office also get bonuses, charged that Carlton "resign- who are paid $9,000 per wilding's owner, the Rev. G. J. candidates and their

1 year each, and he accused Martin of 1308 N. Virginia Ave., sponsors: Joyce Addison-Earl

Darty of "making deals" to WALES-A 15-acre wild Planmore had insurance on the home. Massey; Janice Graham-
- avoid trying a case. Roberts Plumbing Carol Steve
r--: fire near the "Great Masterpiece" ;
In a rebuttal to Flood's I ens-N a val Reserve; Linda
said the state going[ to have protests and we In Lake Wales was extinguished Influence In world affairs,
charge Darty Tea-North Gate; Barbara Sue
-. are entitled to protest and petl in 45 minutes last Is New State Park
attorney cannot "make a bidding for leadership of a Thames-Winter Haven Business .
iPt" Ion under
i- deal," but added he can our constitutional night by nine members of the third force In politics, economics College.
recommend mercy. He then But he expressed the view Florida Forest Service, but the and culture to exist between Proposed By Rehearsal will be ( o'clock
explained "only a judge can
that Senate action "with reason blaze triggered a five.acre muck the United States and the, tonight at Nora Mayo Hall.
grant mercy. '
able dispatch" on the civil fire that is still burning today. Soviet Union. Polk CommitteeTAMPA
Tax Collector rights bill would "bring those I Jack Brodhage, information Slated
George Miller cited his business protests and bring those petl- officer for the forest service, World Shared Forum

background as qualifications ions and bring those disturbances said the muck fire Is still a dan These "two hegemonies," De A new Florida

for the office he described from the streets and the ger to the area, one-fourth ofa Gaulle asserted, "are tending to state park In a 20,000acretract By Bartow PTA
as an "administrative share the world so long as Western near the Polk-Osceola
mile from the Masterpiece
: office" and promised "dedi ':1' ), because of the possibility of a Europe is not able nor does county line was proposed bya BARTOW-A public forum on
cated, forward moving and Polk delegation to the new "Ways Of Providing PenaltiesOf
tdl; :lJI t new wild fire arising from the ,,' r"if - .
full-time service to save needed t _. ;: ly-created state outdoor recreational Consequence for Apprehended
blazing it '
dollars." i ,cfif. rj'c' committee Child Molesters" has been
1. I and four- (tJ n. ,' 'M.
Using two tractors
_ _ Jz .,1. Hobson Strain noted his experience alleys Into the courts where wheel-drive tanker last a .: .. HL...).WI here yesterday. scheduled In Bartow for April 28.
'1" ' _ _ i' : _ as chief deputy to they belong." :the night, n The Haines City Chamber of Mrs. Donald G. McMullen,
retiring Collector Ray Clements In the political sphere, John. crew put out the wild fire not have the will to organize Itself Commerce and Polk County president of the sponsoring Bar-

and promised to dedicatehis son said he expects the presidential -that had started from a burning so that the balance may be Parks and Recreation Depart. tow PTA, said the time and

"full efforts and energy to campaign to be "a hard debris pile. : found. ment made the regional meet. place of the forum has not yet

the office. fight, a difficult one." And he I The crew did not leave the "Why then should France, ing presentation.. been decided.

J. B. Thornhill Jr. pointedout drew laughter by adding, "I area for more than five hours, which is surging forward, keep Dan Townsend, chamber According to Mrs. McMullen.

his 12 years experience as would< hope that it wouldn't be because of the danger of the resulting herself apart from a movement representative, and Bob Rhine- Criminal Court Judge Roy H.

-" I a county commissioner and too close" muck fire, according to which springs in great measure hart, of the county parks and Amidon, City Judge Leonard F.

promised to run the office "at Reminded that a poll of edl- Brodhage.The I from her traditional genius and recreation department urged Blankner Juvenile Judge G.

the least possible cost to the tors indicated broad expecta- information officer said on which in the final analysis the committee to consider buying Bowdon Hunt; and County Solicitor -
voters" He also said he will tion of a Johnson victory at the this morning that additional men depend the peace and the fate the large expanse of undisturbed ; Gordon MacCalla will

not "attempt to run the office polls, the President commented, and equipment Is being moved of the world?" land for future recreational lead the discussion.Mrs. .

by remote control "I hope that they feel In November Into the muck fire area In an He told opponents of his nuclear use. McMullen said all Interested

Charles Cooper, who also as they do In April.'" effort to contain and extinguishthe policy that while the Soviet In the Kissimmee River persons are invited to

cited accounting and business Concern Admitted blaze. I menace exists, "France is In basin, the area is within 30 attend the forum.

experience, said it Is "time to And when asked if he Brodhage said that the lack danger of destruction and Inva- miles of Haines City, Winter Several weeks ago, the Bar-

stop paying the tax collectora concerned about the possibilitythat were of rain and the dry condition of sion without having any certainty Haven, Lake Wales, Bartow, tow PTA presented the city

subsidy while they competeIn independent electors the woodlands have caused a that her American allies Lakeland, Kissimmee and St. commission a petition calling for
committed '
business with people" who to neither I very critical fire hazard and he themselves directly exposed to Cloud Thus it would serve higher bonds and more severe t
.are paying his salary, might be elected in Southern party warned property owners to be,death, would know how to pre. central Florida from Tampato penalties for persons accused of

Tax,: Assessor states, Johnson said: I careful of they plan any debris vent this for,her" Cape Kennedy. child molestation. tJ

Roden cited his 12 years experience "I would always be concerned burning.

in the office and advocated about any elector that was not

the keeping of home committed to vote for me."

GROWS stead taxes.exemptions Promising on property to" high Questioned.level statements about conflicting comparIng Faircloth <@Uituaric! 11 11Mr.

make it a "full-time job, American and Soviet missile -
Roden also said that 36 Florida and air Johnson
counties "have higher tax said, "1 am strength pleased with our CampaignsIn RITES FOR MR. SLOAN Monday afternoon at 3:30 o'clockat call tonight and tomorrow night ,

GREAT : rates" than Polk County strength." Funeral services for Lacy J.I Ott-Laughlin Funeral Home: from to 9 o'clock at the Crisp

Ralph Rossi quoted the He said the Kennedy and Sloan, 80, of 247 N. Iowa Ave. Chapel with the Rev. Leo King Chapel.

Polk County Women Votersas Johnson administrations have County who died Wednesday were held pastor of Beymer Memorial

saying the county "has the spent $25 billion more for defense yesterday at the Gentry.Morri-1 Methodist Church, officiating. MRS. ORA ANGLINMULBERRVMrs
son Funeral Home chapel, with Burial will follow in Lakeside
GRASS second highest personal property in the past three years "There Is no room for horse ',
the Rev. Arthur of Ora Lena
Rich Memorial Park
tax rate in Florida" and than would pastor
and In
have had
spent buggy philosophies a I
: Anglin 88 of Route 1
the First Baptist Church, offielating. Mulberry,
then immediately launched a the rate of the final year of the state which soon will be the
died In Plant
Burial was In Lakeview a City nursing
barrage at Roden's appoint Eisenhower administration- sixth largest In the nation," at JARVIS FIELDSWAHNETAJarvls home after Illness
Cemetery. a lengthy
I ment to replace the retiring tinued. He said this money has torney general candidate Earl I
That's why you should apply ACRICO GRASS John B. White "There Is the bought "extra combat divisions,; Faircloth of Miami told Polk Music was provided by M. E. Fields, 66, Mrs. Anglin was a native of
Schauberger, pianist, and Mrs. of 116 4th St., N.E., died Columbus Ga. and had
yes movedto
need for elected official
FOOD to your lawn right now. You put down an extra nuclear warheads, extra County supporters today. I
Schauberger, soloist. Pallbearers afternoon at the Winter
terday Mulberry two
rather than a hand pointed missile years ago from
strength "Growth has tremendous
more plant food in a form that feeds better- brought Knoxie Lewis Manton
were Haven
I Hospital Miami where she had made her
he said "This
feeds longer Nutrient packed ACRICO politician, Johnson said Secretary of De- problems to the urban I A. Tyner, T. L. S. J.
supplies Bryant, home for
I He native of many years. She wasa
office was under one man for tense Robert S. McNamara "op areas but the official thinkingof : was a Evarts
the essential elements grass needs for vigorousroot 30 and opponentwas erates Roland, Herbert Casebier, E. Ky., and moved to Wahneta 21 member of the Baptist Church.
years my a tight budget" but an the state government Is toward
M. Knight and D. C, Laird
development, thick healthy growth and hand-picked by his pre. adequate one. the rural areas even I !years ago from Harlan, Ky He Survivors are one daughter,

rich, green color. And the 60% organic contentof decessor" Rossi also blasted "You can depend on what he though about 90 per cent of our was a citrus worker, a memberof Mrs. Evelyn Evans, of Mul.

ACRICO G RAM FOOD feeds grass for months. high tax assessments. tells you," the President said. people live in cities," he said. CHARLES FRANCISCO the Plain Truth Church in berry; and one grandson and

Join the hundreds happy homeowners who enjoy Sheriff Johnson also said he would Faircloth a member of the WINTER HAVEN Charles Pasadena, Calif., and a veteranof one granddaughter
personally'make a decision Clinton Francisco, 76, of 1945 8th World War I. Funeral arrangements will be
Agrico fed lawns.A $4.95 bag of non-burning Cliftoi Howell stating that legislature from Dade County,
6300 "that. I think Is in the nationalinterest" made a whirlwind tour of Polk St. S.E., died at the Winter Haven Survivors Include his widow, announced later by A. M. Seig-
Agrlco feeds ft of lawn.AGRICO.GRASS. "law enforcement also
Iq. means ler Funeral Home.
crime on whether to adopt County, Including an address to I Hospital last night after a Mrs. Rosa B. Fields; four sons,
prevention, promisedto
"hire their proposals by Gen Curtis E, Le-'campaign workers and supporters short illness. Harry Lee Fields, Burbank.
employes on
FOODAMERICAN merits" and to create May Air Force chief of staff, at Miller's Halfway Mr. Francisco was a native Calif; Sgt. Clarence Fields, U.S. MRS. CARRIE CROMER

"sheriff's He a For development of a new House in Lakeland. of Osgood, Ind and came to Army in Germany; Steve Fields HAINES
auxiliary. con bomber. "Even four-fifths ofthe Winter Haven from Needham, and Douglas Fields of Wahneta CITY-Mrs. CarrieR.
though ;
tinued need for Cromer .
to assert the 81, a former resident
Other major pronouncementsby population of the state lives Ind. in 1963. He was a retired seven daughters, Mrs. Ailene
AGRICULTURAL CHEMICAL CO. an administrator In the office I. President Johnson included south of an Imaginary line from boiler-maker. He Is a veteranof Brooks, Lake Wales; Mrs. Eve- of 5841 Winter Garden

P. O. Bo. 17, Pure. Polk County) Florida and opined that "my experience these: Clearwater to Jacksonville, World War I and served in lyn McDedibitt, Albany, Ga.; Road Orla Vista, died this
in both business and law morning at a Haines
The national the U.S. Army He was a memo Mrs. Rodha Demelio City Hos
I economy operated -every member of the cabinet Bound-
Phone HA 5.1145 tMulb.rry' ) enforcement will allow me to ber of the F and A M Masonic pital.
at a record annual rate of resides north of the line, where brook, N.J., Mrs. Louise Hall, )
run than the ever office before more"effectively $608.S billion In the Januaty-,only one fourth of the people Lodge of Indianapolis, Ind. Albany, Ga., Mrs. Ginny Lane, home Mrs.In Cromer Orla Vista had for made 14 her .
March quarter, an increase of Survivors Include one daughter -I Miss years
live, Faircloth told the lunch Midge Fields and Miss
Hamp Rogers said the operation $8.5 billion from the final quarter -eon meeting. Mrs. Eva F. Randoph of Sherry Fields, Wahneta; two,and prior to that in Haines City
of the office Is taking a of 1963. Winter Haven. Services and from 1921 to 1942. Mrs. Cromerwas
He said not enough attentionhas brothers, Lawrence Fields of
YOUR HEADQUARTERSFor "t4 million bite out of tax Johnson a1d he burial will be in Shelbyville, a member of the Orla Vista
was \lot an been given to meeting the Evarts, Ky., and James Fields
monies" despite the prelentsheriff' I Ind. Baptist Church and was a form
overly optimistic man" but believes demands of new industry and of Dallas, one sister Miss Rod-
prom xe "that this Ott.Laughhn Funeral Home Is er member of the First Baptist
dispute that threatens its need for a dynamic educational ha Fields of Evarts, Ky.; and Church
would not happen. He also In charge of local arrangements. Haines City.
a nationwide rail
strike can similar to Callfornia's. eight grandchildren.
Agrico Grass Food advocated the sheriff's department be settled through collective system. I I Survivor Include four sons,
relieving the High arrangements are incomplete W. P. Jr. of Dania. Norris E.
bargaining. "I hope and Dray It Faircloth said he has assurances DAILEY MORELAND and will be announced of
way Patrol of part of the responsibility will be by the end of the Orlando Ray E. of Pompano
week, from candidate for ,
for petroling the he said every WINTER HAVEN Dailey later by Mitchell Funeral Home Beach, and Robert L. of Haines

HARRELL'S GARDEN CENTER county's roads, and quoted a The administration governor that they can work together Ward Moreland, 62, of 421 2nd City; one brother, Aaron TedderOf

SovthgoU Shoppinf Canter, Lekelend' county businessman who said study the feasibility of wants to in all areas of planningto St., N.W., died yesterday afternoon HUDSON INFANT Belle Glade: four .......
a sea
meet modern-day needs. after a lengthy Illness. Miss Myrtice Teddeoi'Bii
he was not "getting
proper level replacement for the
police protection." Canal and is Moreland was a native of 1 Glade, Mrs. Z V. Dyson of Orla
sending a survey A. Hudson. 10-monlh-old( of
107 W, pin St., Lakeland Incumbent Monroe Brannen team to Colombia to ex Romney, W. Va., and came to Mr. and Mrs. James E,son Hud-II Vista, Mrs. Frank Stirling of
said he stands on his "proven Winter Haven from there in Davie, and Mrs.
HARRELL'S GARDEN CENTER plore the terrain there. Taylorof
'Litter'Causes son of 3444 Ave. E, NW., died
ability of efficient and economical At least two Campaign 1924. He was a citrus fruit dealer DeLand: and 13 grandchildrenand
Southeeir Shopping Center, Winter H..... secondary school suddenly this morning at the
operation" of the of. students from each state will be and owner and operator of Winter Haven Hospital. a number of great.grandchildren .

fice and asserted that his selected next month as presi a truck fleet. He was a memberof Besides his he Is .
---- ---- --- ConcernIn parents survived
promises of four years ago dential scholars They will visit the Beymer Memorial Meth- by two brothers, JamesE. Services will be held at 2 p.m.

have been "fulfilled. Bran the White House and receive odist Church, a member of the Hudson Jr. and Michael tomorrow at the Dave Lane Funeral -

We nen said the cost of operatingthe from Johnson medallions sym LakelandCampaign Oxford Sunday School Class, a Wayne Hudson, and one sister, Home with the Rev Austin
Use and Recommend office "has remained the bolizing the scholastic honor. 32nd Degree Mason, a memberof Mildren Loraine, his paternal McElroy pastor of the Eastside .

same in spite of an IncreaseIn Johnson said he has no Inter. the Winter Haven Scottish grandmother, Mrs Lessie Hud- Baptist Church, officiating.;

the workload." est In any government-regulated leaflets and Rite Club, the Winter Haven son, and his maternal grand- Burial will be In Forest Hill

AGRICO & AGRINITE H. P. Gordon said he "suc industry, and that Mrs. pamphlets being tossed on Lodge 185 of F and AM, Tampa parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. T Cemetery, Haines City Dave

cessfully handled important Johnson's television interestsare lawns and Into cars are causing Consistory, a former member of Wysong, all of Winter Haven. Lane Funeral Home will be in
- -' - - - cases" during a previous admInistration In the hands of trustees. "I police some headaches Inspector the Winter Haven Auxiliary Fire- Funeral services will be held charge of arrangements

and declared "I see no conflict in any way," he John F. Tolson said to- men, an honorary member of the 3 p.m. Sunday'at the chapel of
PETERSON'SLAKELAND want to be your sheriff again" said. Florida I I Sheriffs Association, the Crisp Funeral Home with

He noted a lack of campaign day.Many complaints are being and of the Cox-Viertel Bowling the Rev James L. Knight, pas. Dukes
funds and charged "I spent POULTRY & EGGS filed by citizens who say campaign Team. tor of the Lake Shipp Baptist Steen

every thing I owned fightingfor materials are littering Survivors include his ,widow, Church, officiating.

' 225 Auburndole Rd. (U.S. 92 East) my "honor and what I believe "1&11"1 TAMPA, iarr,5I(APi-So0.IIb1 mIPtrt nod ,5:1 lit....PI'to their lawns or cars and police Mrs. Ruby B. Moreland of Win.I Burial will follow in Lakeside Funeral Home

.,",.- in. dO.OD'0,.. .... 1ft plan to put a stop to it. ter Haven; one daughter, Mrs. Memorial Park. Friends may
'r\r Phon, MU 34011tl a W..lh Orient "That's against our anti-lit. Janice C, of 1-- -- --
Campbell Salina
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CITRUS SHIPMENTS I.Ell.,,. .1 34:o.: .J'.37 *.}!* ss. .SJHr ter code," Tolson explainedand Kansas; two sisters, Mrs. J. S.1 THORNTON 310 S. Florida
(f) Mdinm I SI :,34'4.37 mu.: J10 I
aDIall U 01 JO .JJ s.2 "we are asking persons to Turner of Winter Haven and
-Clo.edS.ndoy.- WINTER HAVO ISPI-etal. CII.uI .. 01 Uonil sunn )-sWhaini. emu \MEMORIAL HOME
Tnp.utIo. Bu..au 10 a.. "poI inbun. III. :: In 10m. l""aIlU... refrain from doing It. Mrs. S. H. Stone of Charles

.,: sours Oft.. Tft.ftl ..p.' lama. :pro Hn....on h,.ooultr.,. ib IIlckod. Littering driveways with Town, W Va., one brother, Mr. mi ... rie. A*. Phone MU 2-3123

I "lohl ncl', target Sthttlon/ ef Quality' Nursery Stock" Roll ", .. ,. 21 11107.ui 5i.Thi Is 444 50Iruk =o KI.4.MII| ,.nparitd& iD, .05-05 hint''"'>!'I..I.:%Un 56.1.::I posters, leaflets or pamphletsis I[E. G. Moreland of Romney, W.' ''t'-U U", .
C is, os 'ni,. against city code chapter Va: and four grandchildren. .- ..... ambulance
Cao.It..a Tolal 34.1 I4IOao J4 ItiS I eltnu puI.d.1 cent Orli, :bFi: a.: 4sn.ins I 26,02"lTolson pointed out. Funeral services will be held '.......... .......'-....... service


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..... LAKELAND LEDGER Friday. April 17. 1M4 1

U. N. Air Force ', 'Coming U. N. Withdrawal Brings THE KIND OF MANYOU'D

Is Familiar
Apprehension Congo

UNITED NATIONS N.Y. (AP) ber, 1962, at Kindu, In Kivu
I-In trouble spots around the Province.In I UNITED NATIONS, N. YAP session of the General Assemblyand troops still place tribal loyalty Adoula will be In trouble the I i iL1y .
world aircraft displaying the addition the United Na (| ) -The approaching with there la no talk of that. above national loyalty. The government minute UN. forces pull out -
blue and white markings of the
tions chartered aircraft from faces Adoula already has plenty of
United Nationt are a familiar private companies for In drawal of the United Nationsmilitary By the end of June, the re- armed tribal opposition SHELL ,
use without E
in several provinces, political problems any
[sight. bringing in supplies and personnel force from the Congo maining 4,200 UN. troops will and possible outside interfer armed revolt from the inside or i ,
The United Nation. has no for\Its big civilian oper- is viewed here with both relief leave the Congo. The United ence. attack from the outside. His political $ boo1. :
Nations will continue to be -
force of Its ation.
air own but when
[ and misgivings. civilian advisers I Some diplomats fear that the backing has never been M. .:.t ::I.
the U. N. la given a peacekeeping Canada has supplied the air- by 1,150 of solid. ", "l 'f
government Premier Cyrllle .
The world organization! I Is get-i and 400 Nigerian police. very
assignment, arrangementsare craft and crews used by the --------- :
'[ made for the necessary air UN. emergency force In Gaza ting rid of a costly and often During the peak year of 1961, ..
support as well as for troops and also by the U.N. observation -controversial mission which has the U.N. military force totaled
the British are supplying 16 mission In Yemen.U. come close to wrecking the 21,000. The cost that year exceeded -I!I
[aircraft-10 helicopters and six S. Moves Troops U.N. financially But many U.N. $100 million. Altogether! Factory AuthorisedTarggpr
small reconnaissance planes- diplomat* express doubts about the United Nations has spent I I
[ for the U.N. force on Cyprus. The U.S. Air Force did the the ability of the shaky former more than 1300 million In the
Normally aircraft used by big Job of ferrying men and Belgian territory to maintain order Congo since Its first Intervention -

[ U.N. forces are sprayed with,outset supplies__of Into the the U.N.Congo operation at the, forces without outside military in July 1960. # aP
blue and white paint to stamp end Many of the Congo's ownRUPTUREEASEIi'1
U.S. aircraft used -
These doubts are Increasing
them with international
status throughout in the rotation of orso f.'T"
Because the U.N. force in Cy a. preparations are begun [ !
has been set for toward liquidation of the massive ....
prus up only I Canada has supplied the aircraft T M. 0.5 fit Off U P.wr..nny
three months the planes were and ; four year U.N. operation,
crews used by the
marked with decals of the U.N. U.N force scheduled for completion by
emergency in Gaza .
June 30
insignia. and also by the U.N. observe ...............
Fly In CongoAt tion mission in Yemen. Canada Troops Te Leave 11."t.."Itsw. REDUCTIONS !!
also transported its soldiers for ONCE-A-YEAR
present U.N.-merked air No official has suggested $495I Z
the U.N. force in Cyprus, but publicly that the UN. military ; se lda
craft are flying in the Congo In
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the ..
United States was called be extended. This tun m.fIIt
operation ,
Yemen and the ,. P/
along Israeli. h.
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upon again to airlift the Finnish could be done only by a special ...t ,. inuua..b1.. aura u.
Egyptian frontier as well as in Swedish '....L 141.1.. Iq .tr... ..rl.hl
Cyprus.The and Irish troops ..Per....*.*" ..Mil....... N women. .5.54. N...lMth,1.....r. .Jutl.. It only happens once a year, but it's worth LAST CHANCE!
closest the United Nations HAVI A PAINT PKOBLEMr ._.s.. s runaj IctwMt, part .offCe ,..a
STRETCH GLOVES i >mM in .h& Mt N I
came to having its own air force Nylon stretch C.IILAKEU.ND Nu/N. waiting for! Here's a sample of the tremendous Tht. ort tht lot of the VHF-enlr ..... Out nit ihi,-
gloves now 116 S. Ave.OHSAlfAl .
was In the Congo. In all Ky. ",...t will VHF-UHF tam, which will cut bout $10
come lengths. They are GLIDDEN this celebration.Big I .
Due savings you get during .... EVEN MOREfZENITH
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the United Nations was unableto length for spring and summer III a. ....... "v. P"u" WALGREENSCheck savings on other models, too.
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planes, pilots and, evening wear. 0. tae a M. ate f.M a ..ra
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eluding 10 C47s and five CU9.'

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the United Nations. These: 4. Stronger vocational program will help solve"dropout"
were obtained from Ethiopia.'' problem. TV
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The Italians also supplied ; Q,,
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p 8 LAKELAND LEDGER Friday, April 17, 1MI
--- Prayer Breakfast, Bankers Plan Series
Children's StoryThe F Hour Is Tomorrowwill Revival ScheduledLAKE Funds From Bazaar To Finance

third and last in a series be held at the Park Tram- ALFRED-The Rev.
Darold R. Storm, pastor of On Women And MoneyWINTER
of story hours conducted melt Public Library tomorrow
First Methodist Church, has Girl Scout Exchange
from 10 until 11 Project
., a.m. announced that a prayer
Mrs. Huntley Ricker and breakfast will be held tomor HAVEN "The households therefore the
.. Mrs. Edward Dewey, JuniorWoman's TOW and April 25 at the churchin Three Lakeland Girl Scout pie and coffee. Senior Scout have' a horseshoe pitching Woman's World" will be a forum series Is planned around
Club members, will fellowship hall.A neighborhoods will join In Troop 257 and Combee Juniors game, and girls from the program series of forums for special interests and women'smoney
revival will begin Mon Winter Haven. viewpoints. Subjectsto
bazaar tomorrow led Mrs. Callie the women
read animal stories for children sponsoring a by Boy- Lakeland Junior High School the
church, with be discussed during
day at the the William Enns U In
from 11 to 3 at the kin and Mrs. Mrs.
a m. Cordon
pm Beverly -
troop a free style
three present
to eight years old. Rev. Ford Philpot of Lexington Girl Scout House, 201 Park will help. charge of planning and direct- forum series are budget planning -
.I All children in this age groupare Ky., speaking throughFeb. view Place, to raise funds for Combee School Brownie chew Ing the finance forums scheduled Social Security benefits
Invited. 29. Game
IN NI Adr by C.nd.NNl contributions to an exchange Scouts of Mrs. Leslie Combs' to cover all phases of

................... .................. project In June that will bring troop will serve cold drinks. Kathleen Junior Girl Scoutsof banking of particular Interestto PresbyterianYouth
r. WITH COUPON ONLy. .1 three Puerto Rican Girl Mrs. Jean Davis and Mrs. Troop 240, under the leadership women. The series Is being
1 / Scouts to the Heart of Florida P. D. Toy are assisting. of Mrs. Jason Woodard, sponsored by the two American To Have- -
Girl Scout Council.and will Mrs. Peggy Illgen and Mrs. National Banks of Win
8 HOURS ONLY take three Girl Scouts from Cake Walk Mae Toy, will offer a flying ter Haven. Spring Conclave
Lakeland, Clermont and Ocala Baked goods will be super saucer game Each interested woman In
to Puerto Rico for a month. vised by girls from the Kathleen Kathleen Brownies will supervise the area is invited to fill out Pioneers Junior high youth

On Sol & 17 & 18 11 A.M. 3 P.M. I Ie The bazaar will feature a Junior High troop under the white elephant pink cards relating to which of First Presbyterian Church
Friday Saturday, April to e gift booth of crafts made by Mrs. W. D. Boykin, with the booth, under the direction of forum subjects she is interested will be host to their area
the girls, fish pond, snack cake walk handled by Junior their leaders, Mrs. Sally Grif- In learning more about and group, Westminster Presbytery
SENSATIONAL"TENINONESCOPE" bar, white elephant and rummage Girl Scouts from Mrs. EvelynBarbosa's fin and. Mrs. Jennie Jertson. to deposit the cards in a huge tomorrow from 10 a.m.
sale, snow cones, baked Crystal Lake troop. St. Joseph's neighborhoodwill "world" container at the to 2 p.m., at a spring con
John Cox Brownie Girl have the rummage sale, banks. Invitation lists are be-
) and skill stave w
>- (( )) goods games. Scouts, Mrs Robert Dewey's handled by Mrs. Norman Cur- ing compiled from the forum A of inspiration,
The bazaar Is under the program
general will .
troop serve cotton candy Mrs.
ran, Mayo Fenchel, cards for the series scheduled and fun has been
$ too pZ chairmanship of Mrs. R. and Junior Girl Scouts from Mrs. EmU Powella. Mrs. April 30 with a fellowship
o = to begin under the supervision
ALL FOR ONLY ) W Tallent, Pioneer neighborhood planned
the same school will handle
NOT 4" Blossey, Mrs. Eleanor luncheon at the Lake Region of the Rev. George Sowerbyof
?, chairman, with the assistance
the fish Their leadersare
: pond. Cox
Mrs Joseph Turk, Mrs. Yacht and Country Club. New Port Richey, who is
of Mrs. Paul Kauf
:o WITH THIS COUPON ONLY g chairman of Lake Mrs. Thomas Ellis and Rose Mary Perron, Mrs. Bar. Statistics show women con presently serving as directorof
I man Mrs. Robert Varney. bara Fultz, Mrs. Ed Fersch, trol over 70 cent of thenation's Pioneer Youth Activities in
'aAdtn neighborhood, and Mrs. Norman per
10 USES Webster Avenue Brownies, .
Mrs. Otto Skokan and Mrs.Claude
a.o . Curran, head of St. Jo- wealth spend 80 Westminster Presbytery. Approximately
I. i e lo. 1101." Print a Sol.' T1"" Clack Zo under Mrs. Julie Parnell will Robbins.
of dollar 150 peopleare
cents every expendable young
10 Lrn.rl 7. fld irror seph's neighborhood.
a.i .. Ce.peunMlaeuep.' IE.. .. Iq Mlmra fin MAII OIDIAa purchase for 50,000.000 expected to attend.
:: lar.r Ups 170 Liner' ) rend nr.I. All 7.. Nr 0 Crafts Booth _: -
: :: ;:::::::'.Iin T.I.COD. .. C'm, Fir* I LIh'.. Pend Mollie Z W ayl on Whites Will/ Be
I. bTrYctimF, 'Coinp.il It Cod. Trtnimltl.rSimple The crafts booth, with contributions
( Uli U 'I1IilYIi/
InttnictloN Sh .f from many troops,
LIMIT 3 TO A COUPONf A USEFULEDUCATIONAL will be manned by Mrs. Feted At Dinner Party
t a Marian Thomas and girls from DISTRESS
j Boy Scouts, Girl Scouts, Hobbyists, Sports
I SCIENTIFIC I IS the Webster Avenue Junior
TOT. Fans, Housewives, Students, Clerks, Salts- INSTRUMENT Girl Scout troop. Snow cones Mr. and Mrs. W. L. De- and Mrs Jesse Lawson, Mr. I SAIE 1
I man, Camping, Nature Study, Boating, Motorists. 1 1I will be sold by girls from Loach and Mr, and Mrs. and Mrs. Frank Adamek.Mr. MERCHANDISE 1a

I NO PHONE CALLS NO C.O D.'l ,, .Nr wn. i iI Lime Street Juniors, Troop James Judd will honor Mr. and Mrs. Radis Hudson,
243, under Mrs. Calvin Joyce. and Mrs. Waylon White tomorrow Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Price, Mr. t I .
I Lokelond, Florida McCRORY'S I Ii Lakeland Junior High Troop at a buffet dinner and and Mrs. Negal Human, Mr. I
i i ii 299, under Mrs. Horace Com baby shower The shower and Mrs. Ed Dickerson Mr. I Wt art able to alter you Tremendous Velvet o" Quality
bee and Mrs. John Sargeant, and Mrs. Reuben E. Perry,
Merchandise due to our SPECIAL PURCHASES during bankruptcy -
starts at 8
.p.m. preceded by
will have the kitchen
crew Mr and Mrs. Bradley Jones,
.................... WITH COUPON ONLy.. auction business failure, manufacture'
.................. serving hamburgers, hot dogs. the dinner. Mr. and Mrs Malcolm Hard. liquidation
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Guests expected to attend en, Mr, and Mrs. George Ryan dissect and various ether soltt.
the dinner, held at the homeof Mr and Mrs. Jack Mar. i
I Mr. and Mrs. Judd, 1619 low Mr. and Mrs. Muriel Me- ,
FACTORY Fern Road, will be Mrs. Collum, Mr. and Mrs. John Is- '
'H White's parents, Mr. and Mrs. ley, Mr. and Mrs. Miller ,
Carson Yaughn. Other guests Fletcher of Haines City, Mr. 12" SQUARE BEDROOM

AUTHORIZED will Judd be and Mr.Mrs.and Elzie Mrs.Judd.Larry and Mrs. Garrett Hudson. II CEILING FIXTURE-Special 99

Also Invited List Price $2.70
pink and blue color
scheme will be used In decorat Mr. and Mrs. Wayne McCol- 1 Other lighting FiihiMt .t Bio S.vn'iI
ing for the dinner and lough, Mr and Mrs. Douglas
shower. Hester, Mr. and Mrs. Emerson I I SAVE UP TO 50% ,
46th Anniversary GOLD DEALS! I Gardenias decorating.also Mrs.will White be used will be in Hampton, Miss Nell Tuberville I

i presented with a baby orchid Mrs. Madelon McLeod, :
Interior & Exterior
Mrs. Bobby Scott, Miss Mau.
the hosts. Paint $199
I corsage Mrs. by reen Skelly, Miss Sharon Stan I Inc. Aluminum . . Gal,
Larry Judd and Mrs.
LOWEST PRICE IN HISTORY. I James Butler will assist in ley, Mr. and Mrs. Ervin Stan. Oulllotms L'WRSprinklers.
Icy Mrs. Curt Ford Miss Barbara .
. hospitalities at the shower *., $5 9S
Ford Mrs. Idell Thomas, . . . . . . SALI 348H.
Dinner Guests Mr. and Mrs. Charlie West
Besides the dinner guests, Mrs. Floyd Dubose, Miss Linda Fiitol GripHose

those expected to attend the Dubose, Mr. and Mrs. Nozzles . . "I $129SALI 89" ...
Jf'H ,, shower include Mr and Mrs. Charles West, Jr., Miss Janice
aR I Don Violett Mr. and Mrs Hicks, Mrs. Janice Fagan, I Many, Many Other Items Too Numerous
I Tom Birdwell, Mr. and Mrs Mrs William Hedrick Miss To Mention At Tremendous Savings-
I I Wallace Corley, Mr. and Mrs Phyllis Taylor, Gilbert Jordan,
i Elton Moore, Mr. and Mrs. Miss Donna Hudson, Miss
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I I Dwam Judd, Mr. and Mrs Mrs. Lizzie Dean and Mr. and 1 1120 E. Rose St. Phone MU 6-2171
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Lime Street Friday, April 17. 1M4 I
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:un Day EventScheduled i1'JllJiJr Dixons, Woods RrIs1i1Nnwbtr .

ve Mark Wedding

e The annual Fun Day of AnniversariesWINTER kiJ
ime Street Parent-Teacher

s jsoclatlon Is being held to HAVEN Mr.
at the school from 3 YjJ
s ay to 7
and Mrs. Frank A. Dixon of
e m. Mrs. Cecil Medlin pres-
I' lent, has announced. Winter Haven will be the

;, Funds from the event will honored guests Sunday at a

e used to purchase items reception for their golden DRESS

eneficial to the school, not wedding anniversary. A bas.
,rovlded for in the
ket luncheon will precede the
,udget, a spokesman said. OF THEMONTH
, between :
Mrs Marian Wharton, room reception 2 and S ,

representatives chairman, is p.m. at the Winter Haven ti(

chairman of the event. She Civic Center building on Lake

has announced the followingwill Silver Drive. Members of the
I, be provided: family are serving as hosts t
I, Hamburgers and cold & In for the event. Open house will
a drinks, fish ponds, "little .r. be observed.

I.. folks" dress-up booth, tractor p r Joi" _________
I.I rides, checker toss, hobby t if Mr and Mrs. M\ J. Woods
- shop, cotton candy, snow celebrated their 25th wedding
II 0 cones and baked goods. anniversary last Sunday witha

, Mrs. Wharton will be as- dinner party at their residence
nn listed by room mothers of the in Winter Haven. The
nI first through sixth grades 1 couple formerly resided in IPMSLrt

Butler, Pa., moving to the
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s Haven Women's area a year and a halt ago.
r Out-of-.tate visitors and
n WIN MUSIC WEEK CITATIONS Mrs. Glenn A. Mari the Music Department of Florida Southern College, fur their relatives attending the dinner

'" Clubs Report shall, right, state chairman of National Music Week, Is shown "outstanding participation" in National Music Week for 1963. party Included their daughter,

e presenting citations from the National Federation of Music Mrs. Marshall received a citation for her work as state chairman Sandy Kay, a student at Florida
Meeting Dates ; the Tuesday Music Club won the Parade of American Mrs.
State University;
.., Clubs to, from left, Mrs. Gordon Justus, Lakeland Music Week
Music award and the Club Rating Award for 196344. The Catherine Gillespie, Mr. and
WINTER HAVEN Mrs. chairman for 1962; Mrs. Thomas E; Blount, president of the Lakeland Ledger was also cited for its coverage of National Mrs. Charles Gillespie and

Mary Griffin has been elected Tuesday Music Club; and Dr. Kenneth Anderson, chairman of Music Week. (Ledger Photo-Harper.) two children and Mrs. Helen ,
. . .
of the Winter Haven -
president -- ---
---- ----- Voytowlch, all from Meridian,

Women's Business Club and for Professional the 1964-65 WJq EJw.w tYkCombination ? Four Hostesses To Fete holak Pa.; Mr.of Chicago and Mrs.and John a number War-

club year. Other new officers of local residents.
will be: Mrs. Dorothy Bradleyand
Mrs.. Jo Love Jackson, Skin MayBe Miss Linda ,StricklandA I J
vice presidents: Mrs. Lola
Bush and Mrs. Margaret STOPBILL
Warner, secretaries; and Mrs. Handled So SimplyBy blue and white color Miss Lena Jean Flatt, Mrs. 0.

Louise Green, treasurer theme is planned for decorations C Strickland, Mrs. John O. COLLECTORS,

Mrs. Maxine McIntyre of JOSEPHINE LOWMAN can stop. I have had three at the miscellaneous Linda Stewart Mrs. Earl Knapp, I JUDGMENTS, i., l'ASTEL..I big, lollly colored
shower honoring Miss Mrs Claude Surratt and Mrs.
Lakeland will serve as Install. Q. "You had article children and know that I can't this
an not Strickland, bride-elect of Rob Roy Dobson. DUNNING LETTERS printing completely covering shapely sheath ;
ing officer for ceremonies to long ago about combinationskin have a figure like a movie Simple in concept, extravagantly'attractive
ert C Zimmerman Jr., tomor ....
be held April 23.PILOT but I failed to cut it out star, but I do want to look 7:30( o'clock In the in effect The neckline gathers gently for softness,
row night at :
of the paper. Many women the best I can. I am 5-feet, Polk Federal community room Lokelond Girl PHONE CALLS ON the belt II bowed and tasseled leather for accent.
CLUB must have this I 4-lnches tall. What should I THE JOB!
WINTER HAVEN Dr problem. ?" at Southgate. Is Miss Tower And the groins of it all-Cara Mia crape
have forgotten weigh blend of Fortrete! and Amyl'combined
by Joyce Fabrics
Fred lenfestey president of now you torn '__ A. Don't let the fact that Hostesses are Mrs. C H. NASHVILLE, Tenn-An 18- DO YOU EARN A SALARY? a
the Polk County Junior Col. us to cope with you have had three children Sanders, Miss April Sanders, year-old Lakeland, Fla, coed ARE YOU SINCERE ABOUT ) for just about 110 creases, nn care at all,
lege, will address membersof such a com make you feel that you can Mrs. H. D. Touchton and Miss has been elected Belmont Col.lege' PAYING YOUR DEBTS? etoijmed by Lynbrook to become a very

the Pilot Club of Winter plexion. Will not have a good figure. Manyof Mary Joyce Touchton. They Miss Tower in theFchool' i' vw .... SSCWar rN t. the .100... I! important part of your ra hion life lhisseason.Filue .
27. Mrs. will a to the a au.aaN r50 110 ,., e0e .. Lilac, SIJI'lI 10 to 13.eJu1Jcrdi"9S.
Haven Monday, April you repeatthe the loveliest movie stars present corsage annual beauty contest. he.4m..
J H. Whitney of the scholar directions, have several children. If you honoree Arlene Angel Robertson, '011 CCIIINPDSMATJON..
ship and education commit. please?" have an average build you Among those attending will daughter of Mrs. M. C. Lefturich. -
tee, will be in charge of the A. I will be should weigh about 130 be the bride-elect's mother, 1324: Candyce St., Lake Johnson Stuart &

program arrangements.Mrs. glad to. When pounds. If you have a small Mrs. D L. Strickland; her land, was selected from a Associates Financial
John G. Lawrence, you have this frame you should weigh about grandmother, Mrs J. N. Stevens bevy of 18 campus beauties for
Mrs. Grace Bullock and Miss type skin you 10 pounds less.Tomorrow of Wedowee, Ala., the her charm, poise, talent and Service

Sally Abernethy have been simply 1 have to : "Don't Turn prospective bridegroom's beauty. She was sponsored by 122 Cih Si, N.W. 231 S. Florida Ave. Lakeland
elected to represent the club treat it In two MISS LOWMAN Your Back On All The Beauty mother, Mrs. Robert C. Zimmerman the school's Baptist Student Winter Haves

at the spring District Four different ways. Use cream on Aids" and his grandmother Union In the contest and did a 109 E, Reynolds St., Plant City
Convention of Pilot Clubs to Mrs. Vernon R, Zimmer Writ. P.O. lo. 52 or
the flaky dry areas and soap comedy skit as her talent. .
Cell III
CYpr M 4 |
be held In Ft. Lauderdale and water, several times a man. Miss Robertson is a freshman .
24-26. Mrs. Vera Oehl- Others Invited are Mi's. OHM IVIMINO' TIL *
April day, on the oily portions. The Lakeland studying medical technol- SUNDAY AM M t PM
berg, Mrs. Louis Staack and latter are usually on the nose Jacque Sanders, Miss Sally logy. row VOUN CONVINKNCI.
Mrs. Giles Van Duyne will be and chin. Use no cream on Bryant, Mrs. George Sikklng, I, .-_ ..
alternates for the state meeting these but do use an astringent. Polk County Miss Karen Kibler, Miss De-

Leave the astringent off of lores Barnhart Miss Jacque-

GARDEN CLUB the dry places. This may Date BookTODAY lyn Galimore, Miss Gale Buck-
sound complicated but it really alew, Miss Sharon Samson,
WINTER HAVEN Mrs. isn't Miss Sharon Holton Miss Susan "'
has been PURCHASE
George Kunberger substitute butter. Johnson, Miss Gloria Shiver
Q. "Can I LOYAL OMDIM or MOO'" S Dmat
elected president of GreenThumb MOOM Loon, zest; Lake Parker
Garden.Club of Win- .milk. Jof skltp milk .when Drive.
dieting?" LAKILAND. ART OUILD. pelntlniand Miss Carrie Smith Mrs. Mary ,j
ter Haven for the ensuing "Tewlne .,.. rot beiinnina idvinotd -
Miss Lela Smith, Miss
. A. Yes. eUidrnln p m Frasier,
, year. Others elected include: Q. "Please suggest the treatment tATUftDAVLAKILAND >> Kay Carter, Mrs. Tommy .
I Mrs. A.Mrs.D. Sadler Jacob, Heyes vice president and for facial and neck hair eolnrt and junior and ollt art In s ;; am I..m? MnWlnllnd Cooke, Mrs. H. J. Fearrand, woven
; and also hair on the lips. I edn.L 1u1 and Tom Will Miss Roberta Carson, Miss
Mrs. O. C. Harrold secretaries ion tmlxurlori. t. punting elm
could not get any proper guidance from 1 Susie Kaln, Miss Sandra Sta-
and Mrs. John Miller, Montn, :Indrml'ot. altv'I.: '4'
at the drugstore. 1 ama Atrnnrf tum, Mrs. Randy Oglesby,

treasurer The club will hold a covered foreigner In your country." A5rnba TMIOtOPHICAL, 9427 Wtbtr, tOCIITY.Bt Thoie 730 In. !
mar atund' menjni and ,
dish meeting on May A. You can bleach the hairsome u' Irndlni llbr>rKUMWAOI >
with peroxide. You can tALB., Am.rlsen iponiored 0014 BTffunihln i.
14. thapuCUr "
also remove It with one of Mot'CITIIt..ri C.NT'. it (II N OIl"NO&Florida Aproeram I'"". Super Marine 1 /ttjjell>
the depilatories designed especially 1'OutA primntod[ at 130 Q. D. Flaar
NFMS Officers pArn, mOlUna at Olrl rout HOUM,
for facial hair. Do PerYrN." atrMLReligious Bar Or Tabl. Top I
not apply the usual kind to Spar,," Staler
And DelegatesAre your face and be sure to follow I Groups' I f

the directions carefully LAKELAND GLIDDEN
J Announced which come with the facial satus say
hair depilatory. Of course yon group''T". that.POOL r.d.rl.ommuSltp III."AN ..ra room.lIor ,.,. PAINT CENTER M/

. Officers for the Nazarene can have the hair removed ;'",P51..ytaR1AN 11n p m plantern. 119 J. Florida Av..
.". I Foreign Missionary Society of permanently with electrolysis. . la a. M a ..m. In f .
ti ib 01 7:00 ".M. T*
l South Florida Heights Churchof If any of my readers wantto CHRISTIAN, McM-MIA., 5JO: P.M..6 Dayi
know the names of some clew rUI."J.u;: f.ltornlp
the Nazarene have been Wumeni m..YWatlpm. I Aa.O, yr.rtl
I elected Those elected will facial depilatories send a __ -., > '
I serve as officers for the stamped, self-addressed envelope Jat
1 three combined missionary with your request for

I chapters, Najarian, Dorcas them to Josephine LowmanIn
land the Men's chapter. care of The ledger.
I Re-elected were Mrs. L. D. Q. "I am almost 14 years SALE I

I Danzler president; Mrs. Paul old. Please print this becauseI
I Kendall, vice president; Mrs. will be waiting for an answer \

I Joe Garcia, secretary; Ken. I am 5-feet, inches ,
Bneth Blakeslee, treasurer, Mrs. tall and weigh 103 pounds. I '
|J. Stodghill Wilson, study have a medium frame. My 1m6 1
(chairman; Mrs. Grace Brun- measurements are bust 33 Discontinued Styles

I son, prayer and fasting sec. inches waist 22 Inches and

retary; Mrs. Louise Marshall, hips M inches. Everybody $ .
"Other Sheep" secretary: says I am skinny. How much
(:Mrs H. Virgil Hodgson, box should I weigh?" ARTEMIS /. ; I3tRt Now you can save up to Sac a
work secretary. Also electedere A. You are about eight to atrmAnefair yard with these famous brandt

Mrs. Sherman B. Walk- 10 pounds underweight. t cottons. You will find Included In
'r, news chairman; and E. C. q. read your I
ANDVANIIY this fashion fabric assortment
You have helped
nan. others so maybe you can help I such favorites a. chambray,
Delegates elected to attend me. I have been losing sset1*. 't woven satin .trlpe.lenos and so

It he Florida District NFMS weight and wonder_ _when. .I_I FAIR others For
/$ +....: many, many quality
(onvention May 16 in Orlandoere r 1 1j>ts "1j, I each yard has been woven from
Lois I
Mrs. Kendall, Mrs. Pry
,N the finest American cot.
iManchard. Mrs. C R. John I PHILLIPS t
on. Mrs. Lecil Brown and s I l\ ton by one of America's oldest

frs. Wilson. Alternates areMrs FABRICS A,; Tk ,f4,t ,. and finest/ mills. Sorry, tho we

Roy Chastain, Mr ,Ntew have plenty, these values will be
William Lang- I 1064 S. Flariea i;'
lakeslee, Mrs. ,YVLO\ TRICOT '
on sale for a limited time For
ord, Mrs. Brunson and Mrs. I Phone MU vk0
your best selection don't walt .
oscoe Miller This Week's Special
come to Gilberg's now I

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LEDGER Friday_AprllJT,_ __ ; It; . \i ,yjjl . < ... Cold Canadian Air Ends for the city of Damascus_ Syria
: ;f't7" {
: ''Erom'. ., ,' f.r9!=t. '/lJt""i i'\' Ct'. .. i.t"a" f.1
New AdvancementsMade : : " -
'WA' "E'e :. ; 'J: r Warm Weather In West
e n '. .' (
., No.ltt RID '
J'-'. .. .' .. \ '
.. I By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS parts of the Dakotas after hitting
: oJ<
In GeneticsBy I .,' '- .- .. ." . . .u" '. q' .,.J. .' -._ q _, Cold air from Canada fanned: record> high marks for April !

by t brisk northerly winds spread II in some cities Thursday. The
ALTON BLAKESLEEAP Federation of American Societies Temperatures In Florida And. Around The Nation Into sections of the northern mercury climbed to 92 In Sioux' DES

Science Writer for Experimental Biologyby STATION II. L Charleston ............ 67 56 Milwaukee .........? 84 60 Plains today ending a brief Falls and Huron. S.D., and 81 in

CHICAGO (AP) Scientists a team of University of Wisconsin Miami ............... 81 74 Chicago ............... 83 63 Mpls-St Paul........ 88 52 spell weather of In unseasonable tome areas. warm Fargo N.D. I buy-
researchers, headed by other cities In the Midwest
today announced a great new Dr. H. Gobind Khorana. He'abeen Jacksonville .......... 80 57 Cincinnati ............ 80 56 New New York Orleans...::::::::,. 79 51 57 Light snow fell in parts of Many Thursday reported record

step toward deciphering the genetic searching for this key for Key West .............82 73 Cleveland ............. 66 54 Omaha ............... 89 56 Montana and northern Wyomingand high temperatures for April 16, ice.t' .

code of life Itself. 10 years. LAKELAND: ........,.81 12 Denver .............. 81 35 Philadelphia .......... 63 50 light rain splashed areas In including 94 in Grand Island,' Contact m. today
This code determines all your Dr. T. Mathal Jacob presented Orlando ............... 83 61 Des Moines ........... 85 61 Pittsburgh ............ 66 51 North Dakota. Rain also damp Neb., and 87 in La Crosse Wis., t' s CHOHLIS ".o."
heredity-eye color, sex, even today's report. Drs. Malcolm Pensacola ..........., 77 61 Detroit ................ 70 57 St. Louis ............. 86 64 ened areas in Texas, Oklahoma, and Waterloo. Iowa. Chicago's egtd .v..AneleON Park share ln.
partly your chances for long life W. Moon Saran A. Narang and Sarasota ..a........... 86 60 Fairbanks ............ 40 31 San Francisco ........ 61 048'' Pennsylvania and Washington. M tied the record high for the r c..._ ......a
-and how all living cells be Eiko Ohtsuka are co-authors. Tallahassee ........... 83 57 Fort Worth ........... 72 62 Seattle ................ 54 34 Mostly dry weather was reported date. Lak"."*..n., ...'...
have. Their models of genes are bl Tampa ................ 86 57 Honolulu .............. 82 73 Washington ........... 67 :51 in other parts of the nation. Off..... POM P.....* tU-OMl
Man's telegraphic Morse code ologically active. In the presence ., W. Palm Beach ....., 81 73 Indianapolis .......... 78 62 Montreal............. 56 38 The coldest weather, with 'Cape Columbia is on the tip FARM
can say anything Just with dots, of certain enzymes or; Kansas City ........... 84 63 Toronto .....i......... 50 32 temperatures in the teens was of Ellesmere Island in the north STATE -___
and dashes. Nature's genetic chemical starters, they can be Atlanta ............... 75 50 Loa Angeles ..........71 56 BAROMETER reported in southwest Montana. ernmost part of Canada's North; WLeIeNMlalaew..rhaaeeeae--111- / -.
code la basically simple too It made Into longer chains of DNAor Boston ................ 85 42 Memphis .............. 80 59 7 a.m. 30.291 p.m. Thurs. 30.27 Readings dropped to the 30s in west Territories I -
uses only four chemical "let they can make long chainsof -
ters." another basic life material,
i RNA. The RNA is the instant
But no one knows how nature gene party

forms thousands of words or copy. .. .
commands with those few let Makes ProteinsIt ? ""

ters. A long sentence of these is RNA that directs the R just add friends and serve' ,./ 1'

words is a gene making of all kinds of proteins 1 ( .
Synthetic Bits needed in each cell by makinguse \
Now researchers have succeeded of some or all of 20 differ.
In making synthetic bits ent units or amino acids.
of genetic material. They know, Dr. Khorana's group developed
in advance, the sequence of letters two methods of making
in each simple piece. DNA chains of a known sequence -
These bits of "genes" now, of letters.
can be used to make short One method adds code lettersone i 1'fl1trs
pieces of protein-the materialall : at a time to a growing l.
life Is made of. chain. The other takes preformed :: rAtR 1 I : r 1
By determining what kind of I pairs of code letters and
I protein Is made each time they,polymerizes or runs them to- :
could trace back to spell outnature's gether. Needed Is a chemicalthat aN .
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I full code that makes brings about the proper ...,. y : : !
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people or animals or plants linkage between the letters. ) .=::.-- -.... ,
what they are and in such tremendous -]Two have been found. i dekMiHfelaA / "
individuality.The Deciphering of the code could ;.u-sown.. --... ,
new step is chemical lead to possible prevention or fi-" IO O'
methods of making the synthetic correction of some inherited &- ,.tt > sww ,w,,. y r .a
chains of genetic material or diseases, better control over 4" < ', ', 4 acu .
DNA. cancer, or improving animal ra Af'.t\3 j1l'' : gtty
... ... .< '
-- -- /. ffi'a +d.rz., g yrx-
human heredity. s<
These were described to the plant or even

Program Is Launched It sues to bo runny end mild In moil of Florid today with temperature In the high 80|. -- _

1 Shower ware oupected loath of Palm Roach along tha east coast and a cold front was moving REarRVe _-

To Recognize Scholars toward the panhandlo. Generally however, normal 10.d..,.. wooihor was to prevail through neat :r st i g
1 Monday (CAP Wirophoto)

WASHINGTON (AP) The precious resource of the United Weathercast
government Is launching a program itates-the brain power of its A wa.
of recognizing outstanding young people." _
Fair skies, v/arm days and
high school graduates as The selections will be made SD
mild I nights will continue for
"presidential scholars" In the by a presidential commission of II I Lakeland through tomorrow
hope that other youths will follow -seven: Dr. Milton Eisenhower, weathermen said
1 today.
their example.Up president of Johns Hopkins University Garaw .
Easterly winds will blow at i..uij
to 121 of the bright young ; Leonard Bernstein, ZONE FORECASTS J 10 to 20 miles an hour during Hi '
people-a boy and girl from composer and conductor; Katherine A-Partly cloudy and mild to I the daylight hours diminishingto II illllim'ii'
each of the 50 states, two from Anne Porter author; Dr. 5 ,
night and Saturday. Lowest 56 4i; a 1 to 10 miles an hour at
Puerto Rico, the District of Columbia Albert W. Dent president of to 64. T I II night. Moderate humidity was
Dillard University, New Orleans w
and the U.S. territoriesand I I B, C, D, E, F-Fair through expected.The .
the Rev. Michael P.
up to 15 at large-will be ; Saturday. Low tonight in the E maximum temperatures
brought to Washington as the Walsh Dr., president William of Hagerty Boston College -- low 60s. East to southeast winds I ,N..N.r .. I here yesterday was 81 degrees, Ever wonder? How a party just seems to happen when friends and
of the next ; president the minimum this
guests government 10 to 20 mile. per hour Saturday a., morning was
month and receive from Presi- of Drexel Institute of and 5 to 10 miles per hour 52 degrees and no rain fell at Schenley get together? Consider this: Schenley possesses the rare
dent Johnson a medallion symbolizing -Technology Philadelphia and tonight.G 1 the city hall weather station
the honor. Melvin W. Barnes, superintendent - Partly cloudy through gifts of maturity and smooth manners. Some hosts, may their Tribe

Annual cost of the programwas of schools, Portland, Ore.Two Saturday. Low tonight near 70. .vN .- MIX 'EM UP increase, choose their whisky as well as they choose their friends.
estimated at $25,000, to be H, I-Fair through Saturday 'Just because you buy costume -
divided by the Office of Education .\ JacksonvilleOfficers Low tonight mid 60s. w.w jewelry In sets, you ILENDEO WHISKY! H PROOF,15%GRAIN NEUTMl IPIRITt.CUM ICHtNlEY: DISTILLERS CO.,..Y.C.
and the National Science K Partly cloudy through needn't wear it that way. Try
Foundation. This will cove Saturday. Few scattered show. I 4a ti a'
travel expenses, paper work and; Facing ers. Low tonight 70 to 75. e1 mixing up those bracelet., ear Jchenleu
rings and necklaces that are In brings out the in
the like. The scholars will re party people
the same color or metal. The
ceive no cash award. l
Morals aaalava
ChargesJACKSONVILLE effect will be less monotonous.
"These awards" said John Bryant Will Not Answer __ n __ _
son announcing the programat
his news conference Thursday (AP) Two
"are to recognize the most Jacksonville patrolmen today Criticism By CandidatesTALLAHASSEE
face morals charges involving a

2-Headed Calf 13-year-old Their arrests girl. Thursday were (AP) Can programs better If he had four

the eighth and ninth In the police didates for governor who blast more years In office.
Now 9 Days Old department in recent weeks. The the present administration will Bryant said he would not In- MI5
I others were accused in connection -get no response unless they get volve himself In the campaign
THATCHER Utah (AP) A' with an Investigation of alleged personal' ], Gov. Farris Bryant unless attacked personally by
Holstein heifer that looks at the payoffs to gamblers.B. said. the candidates. Some have criti-
world through four eyes and has W. Cutchins and J. J.! Bryant told a news conference cized Bryant's four years.
two mouths and noses was nine Bready were booked on charges Thursday: "I take the attitude Asked whether he had been of-
days old Thursday. of contributing to the delinquency ., that this Is a campaign; and,' fered an administrative positionby J
Most experts give the two- of a minor and a crime lacking any new programs, the any of the candidates. Bryant
headed calf two weeks to live against nature. Their bond was candidates have to say that they I said "I never thought about a .
but farmer Floyd W. Adams will do the old bet'I
set at $1,500 each. I programs political appointment with the .'
says the calf is getting stronger Harry Allen Rockwell, 25, of ter." I next administration. I ought to
and exercises in a special sling Jacksonville was charged with He said the Incumbent gover:blush to say it, but no one has
he had devised. the same offense Tuesday.The nor was the only standard suggested It."
The heads are complete and girl is in the Florida against which the candidates': After
are joined in the middle of the School for Girls in Ocala as a could compare themselves He'said he would leaving return office.to Bryant Ocala."I r I
forehead. delinquent. added that he could do his own
am not ready to
announce mv
'I personal plans: I am trying- --to

do the best I can for my law Just $7 a month more

practice and my family." ,
The governor declined to state I
flatly that he had no plans for
another try at being elected governor
I Asked whether he could
I legally run again In 1966 he said
he knew of no restrictions.

Saudi Arabia

,Seeks To Buy

Defense SystemLONDON

pt Your (AP) The
Support negotiating
States and Britain are -aaRQrS mg w e .
for the sale of a complete
air defense system to
Local Teams Saudi Arabia Including Jet
fighters, surface-to-air missiles
t and radar and communication

Ont of she bait ways to combat |uvo- equipment.
nila delinquency b .,.o"i... iporti.
Active participation by boys of all
091 in competitive ploy builds strong
bodies and minds' strong character,
/ and an appreciation al cooperation
f \ and fair play. Wo .,.. you to fully >Re.m F
support alt of Lakoland'i Youth .
Laauei. . help beep America strong
and heolehy.l .
We Carry A Complete Line Of Hard to believe. But true. This full-size Chrysler Newport is priced less

MACGREGOR ., than $7 a month more than a Chevy Impala or Ford Galaxie 500.* And
BATSBALLSUNIFORMSGIOVESSHOESETC it's equipped tne way you want it : V-8 engine. Power steering Power

I brakes. Automatic transmission. Radio. Heater. The works! Come in. We'll

A SPECIAL DISCOUNT PRICES For New ElllcltHcy end I take your order toda y. 2-TTJu.o... a,_.,L.d__. --....._.. NtIIII drsr pricw, '" -pe..bl, ...deple. Id a.da5., K
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I LAKELAND LEDGER Friday. April 17. 1914 II

Board Eyes "' -I"'f
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Juvenile ProblemsBy ,t. ": ; JJSINES AQlIi

4t I hfijII

DON RICHIE tones was approved for recommendation -

HAINES Ledger CITY-A Staff Writer low-keyed board. to the planning ' > Yt 1 -
t 'sTo k-i.i RKEi"'FLASHES
cotton"may that be juvenile getting aheadf delinquency A an public announced hearing time.will be heldat --- ":, > II l lI

us here," by Mayor Buford Discussion was heard as to 41,
(nowles at the close of an the advisability of excludingthe I NEW YORK (AP-The Stock I Opening blocks Included: Radio Studebaker was unchanged at
(otherwise routine city commls- two lowest-zoned residential Market was steady in moder Corp. up 14 at 34% on 3,- :8 on 3,000 shares.
lion meeting, may cause some areas from the require- it '000 shares; Ford up U at 57 Also unchanged were Beth-
[thinking among city fathers ment, as it might be too restrictive ately active trading at the open- on 3,500; and General Motors, lehem, Du Pont New York Central
Knowles called for some ac- for builders of mod- ing today. unchanged at 81% on 2,000. and United Air Lines.
don such as a citizens study est means but this died for Movements of most key stocks American Telephone openedon Woolworth dipped % to 86%

I [ committee on problems of lack of support. were narrow. 8,000 shares, up % at 141. .on 1,400 shares.
drag-racing on public through. The city library was granted J American Tobacco opened on Chrysler rose % to 48% on Fractional gains were made by
I ways and isolated vandalism.No a requested $600 for a library 3,500 shares. Santa Fe, Lorillard, Jersey
I ,500 shares, up % at 36%.,
action was taken last assistant's for
salary International Telephone sold Standard and Sears Roebuck.
[ night but there was plenty of the balance of the fiscal year American Motors was unchanged at 59%, up % on successive Yesterday the Associated
|,off-the-cuff discussion: to be taken from the contingency at l/4 on an openerof transactions of 1,300 and 2,500 Press average of 60 stocks rose

Commissioner William Com- fund. 4,000 shares. shares.COULDN'T .2 to 30J4, a new high.
I bee suggested that perhaps a Commissioners accepted a 11I1'J
[ special drag strip should be $9,641 bid from an Orlando '- BLUE CHIPS
| built for the young driven be firm,. for cleaning repairingand .,-,.,,,111.

cause "they're going to drag painting two city water 'Y ",I You bit
we might as well tanks.If ,
make anyway it legal." He thought the work appears satis t::" ,.;,., _.. :: ,." ".. :. :_. A fABV SITTERFDRTHEPAVT '"';, "" rAMTNE
there should be a special place factory after Inspections, a &0BY51TTER!
for 300-horsepower( () autos continuing annual contract
might ensue.Ordinance THAT'S GOOD Dou, end Ruth McCutcheon. children .1 County Cemmliiien Chair' ,... .I.IA
Study AcceptedBut 386 was amendedto end Mrt. Wilmer McCutchten, .eupy hemkurferi end arkrisk., prior fe the iegnnlnei! ef lust pI
commissioners appeared allow beauty parlors' as a Hlfht'i political ,.11, .t L... Welet. (IL.4,.. Phere .y Shier)
not sure there was a juvenile home occupation providedthat
delinquency problem, and any only members of the fam-
study on it will be unofficialfor ily be employed and that no Auburndale Hopes To Ask
the time being. retails sales be allowed. M YrtM .Y
Knowles also called for an- Building Accepted M

other study means citizens'of committee bettering the to Council Request for of reverter the back Welfare to Bids On Hospital During July f *

city' economic standing by the city of property and a
luring more tourists and indus building no longer used was The Daily Investor I
try. No action was taken on accepted. The abandoned AUBURNDALE Call forbids row, who died April 1, 1962. struct Ingress roads are In the
the suggestion.The building will be cleaned, but for construction of Au- Her will called for grants to works.
commission voted acceptance commissioners have one question burndale's Morrow Memorial the 34-bed structure, to be The hospital is to be designed By WILLIAM A. DOYLEQ. Now because of the "four-
of a $15 million\ capi- : "What will we do withit Hospital may begin in late operated by the St. Augustine to allow for expansionof According to your column,day delivery" rule for stock exchange -
tal improvement study previously ?" August or early September Diocese of the, Catholic facilities as needs develop.The anyone who buys stocks on or trading, the stock went
publicized. The same After reading, resolutions 122 but tentative plans hope for a Church. The amount of th*' bequest church eventually plans AMERICAN STOCKEXCHANGE after the "ex-dividend date" Is ex-dividend before the openingof
committee which drew up the and 123 were approved, per mid-July call. is presumed to be $750- for MorrowMemorial, to be a not entitled to the dividend. I business on Feb. 4.
report was authorized to: taining to plans and specifications The hospital. to be con- 000 to be used on the first fully-equipped general hospital. Am Elec .... ..... ........ IIA lake this to mean that I can At that time the amount of
Concentrate on developingan of paving 22nd Street structed on the Morrow estate stage of the project. Barnes Eng ............... 2336 buy a stock as close! as the day the dividend was automatically
approach and full study of from Melbourne Avenue to on Lake Ariana is to be a Zoning changes to permit The Church has until October >orsey Corp .............. 6%'before the ex-dlvldend date and deducted from the market valueof
a paving and drainage program Mason Avenue and portions of memorial to Mrs. Mary Mor- construction and plans to con- to submit plans to execu- Falcon Sea Dr ........... lo'S5V still get the dividend. the stock. Anyone who bought
; a municipal building Mason and Thelma Avenues. ton of the Morrow estate but Gulf Am ..... ...... ....... However on Jan. 28, J bought the stock in a "regular way"
program and request the plan- The city is to pay onethirdof actual construction should be Gulf Sulphur ....... .... ... 8 some American Tobacco com transaction (the way most stock
ning board to develop a land the cost-$1,371 and abut- Haven Launches Drive under way by early fall-per Kratter ......... ........... 87. mon stock. It went ex-dlvldend trading Is done) was not entitled -
acquisition program for the ting property owners are to haps late August-a spokes Redwing Carrier .......... 12% on Feb. 4.1 was told that I was to the dividend.
Co. .......,. ...... 8 because it before
buildings; and later when appropriate share the remaining $2,742- To Expand HospitalWINTER man said.The I Stephan not entitled to receive that But you bought -
seek advice of a. fiscal or two-thirds of the total $4- Morrow Estate lies on Syntex ..... ............... 76V dividend, because four days the ex-dividend date, you
and direct the audi- 113 cost. A public hearing will Tampa Elec .,.........,. 25 were entitled to that dividend.
agent Lake Ariana a few blocks have to elapse between the
be held Tuesday. HAVEN-Plans fora addition to crowded Winter Textron Inc ............. 4% We're assuming of course, that
tor to prepare necessary pre- released from the downtown area. Be- chase date the ex-dlvldend
public to raise Haven Hospital were around and sell
campaign didn't
City Manager Joe Rickards Mrs. Morrow's death It In order for to you turn
liminary budgetary projectionsfor fore OVER-11!COUNTER date me receive -
$500,000 toward constructionof yesterday by W. E. Rynerson, before the ex-dividend date.
asked for bid call for a new
fiscal showplace the dividend.
the next year.In was a garden MUTUAL FUNDS
I a $3.5 million eight-story president of the hospital boardof You mention that you haven'treceived
connection with water garbage packer unit keepingone directors. drawing hundreds of visitors. Affiliated Fund ...,..... .. 7 Can you explain this difference the dividend. You
treatment and aeration the old unit for spare and Present plans call for preserv- Alico ...... .. ...... ........ 7% of opinion? should add It's
commission gave the goaheadto trading one in. The budget Space EngineerDies He said. overcrowded conditions ing at least part of the gar Am Express .............. 43% A. If pounding a column that the stock"yet.wasn't possible transferred -
of the
committee chairman An- la set up for it, but no date and interests dens. Auto Merch .. ............. P/j through this battered old type- from the
previous owner's -
drew Reilly to have broughtIn for bids announced. Of Burns health of the community make Chase:: Man Bank ......... 69 writer all these years has to or
Ho also announced Grace this a critical situation of Immediate 'Eckerd's ......... IS name your name on
portable aeration equipmentto Incident Shows Drug ? taught me anything it is that before the record date.If .
make a study of sedimen- Avenue improvements com From Explosion need and "no time !Fidelity: Fund .....,. .....1784 more confusion exists over the that Is the story (as it
tation and sampling. The test plete with a check and test should be lost in correctingthis Today's Youth Fla. Gas ... ."....... .. ... 10% ex-dividend procedure 9 often is) here's what happens.The .
Is to be completed in a monthat of the area to be made priorto CAPE KENNEDY (AP) dangerous situation"Organization Fla. Pub. Utll ............. 22V< than not
previous owner was entitled
no cost to the city so that acceptance;; ball park light- -Sidney Dagle, 29, spacecraft of t a m p a Ign Not All BadSPRINGFIELD Fla. Steel ........... .... .. V/, anything else In to the dividend. If he re-
problems of the massive revamp ing and pole improvementsare mechanic 'died today of burns personnel is under way and Fla. Tel .......... ....... 25* the world of fi- ceived it, he must send It to
of water treatment can in and the park will be received when a rocket motor already some solicitationshave Ohio (AP) -, Fla. Tile ............f..... 14VJ nance. his broker. His broker sends it
be known. ready In "plenty of time for Ignited accidentally on Tuesday. been received. All is not bad with today's Founders Life ..... ........ 9% To set the rec to your broker, Your broker
baseball this summer." New Dagle was one of 11 men youngsters, regardless of what Gulf Life ..... ...........? 116% ord straight you sends it to you.
Zone Change Approved tennis court improvements burned when the rocket fired In Importance StressedHe some oldsters say. Incorp Invest ?... .. .. .... 7.69 are entitled to r This process can take a bit
After discussion an across- will be finished "in three to a checkout building, spraying termed the project of Im- Take for Instance, an experience Inter County Tel & Tel .... 57 that dividend of time. However your collection
the-board increase of 20 per four weeks" blazing fuel throughout the portance to people of the whole by Ray Williams, plan Jackson Min Mart ........ 5/ You don't say of that dividend does seem
cent minimal floor-space On suggestion of Commissioners structure. Lake Region area and said he manager of a local laundry, to; Lewis Bus Forms ......... 16% who told you long overdue. It may be that
.ip ' Combee and Nationwide .... ....... 15
requirement In all residential William Dagle disc In ,,a hospital In felt everyone in the area the point. % otherwise. If, your broker has credited that
Andrew Reilly approval was nearby Cocoa Beach. Still in would "do his or her fair prove When he reported for work A. H. Robins ... ........... 377 I by any chance, dividend to your account Ask
voted for all bids to be openedIn critical condition was L. D. share toward its completionwhen Thursday, he noticed a small Taylor Inst ..... ......,.... 46/ the broker.DOYLE him about it.
T.V. Elec Fund ........... 82 I
Haven Eyes formal special or regular Gabel, 51. Both are from Long- called upon." window had been broken, and a through whom you bought the
commission meetings, with mont, Colo. small hand-written note pinnedto Trans Gas Pipe. Line ...... 217 stock gave you that misinformation Q. In writing about "when
vote on the bid. to wait until John Fassett, one of four Injured Architectural plans call for the front door, Travelers .... ...,. ........ SO'- I suggest you jump allover \ Issued" slacks you said that Itlis
ImprovedStreet study and a following flown to Brooke Army an eight-story structure with a The note said? United Ilium ?........... 39 him.American. possible to buy such stocksIn
below ground floor adjunct. Universal Foods ... ....... 30
meeting.A Hospital, Ft. Sam Houston "Dear sir: 'I Tobacco stock Is a cash account by putting up
LightsWINTER letter from the Salvation Tex., for specialized treatment The addition, of modern "I broke your window with' / traded on the New York Stock only 25 per cent of the pur-
Army suggested that curtail- also remained critical. The oth- squared-design, will containthe my hardball. If you would NEW YORK Exchange So the ex-dividend chase price at the time of the
ment of needy cases may er three at Brooke were termed latest medical equipmentand please tell me how much It STOCK EXCHANGE procedure for stock exchanges transaction and the other 7$ per
HAVEN The ensue if the city does not serious. be attached to the frontof would cost to put it back in, I Latest II I a.m. applies here, cent no later than the seventh
"bug-and-borderllne" poor award a welfare contribution. Two less seriously hurt men the present hospital's main will be glad to pay for It." Close Price The latest dividend on Amer. business day after the date on
lighting of Winter Haven From 1958 to 1961. Commissioners lobby. which the stock Is finally Is-
remained hospitalized In Cocoa. The note was signed "Ann" Air Reduction 88% 58% ican Tobacco common stock (40
streets may have a brighter voted $50 a year In Ample parking facilities will and listed her home address. Aldens 29% 29% cents a share) was declared by sued. My broker has always
future said City Manager C the budget as a token con- be provided. When Williams talked to the Allegheny Ludlum 43% 44 the board of directors of that made me put up 2S per cent or
C Ryan in an impromptu tribution. Castro Marks Architests are the firm of girl's parents, he learned she Allied Chem 54% 59% company on Jan. 28. The directors 1,000, whichever Is greater
meeting at the Woman's Club Stevens and Walton Orlando.No had told her parents' what she Allied Stores 60'60''/ specified that the dividend when buying when-Issued stock.
here yesterday.City Bay Of PigsAnniversary would be paid on March 2 Have I been forced to put up
interruption to the presenthospital's had done when they found her Am Bosch 14% 14%
officials and private King Hussein, services during the crying. Am Cyanamid 61782 to stockholders "of record" more cash than I really had to?
citizens have been discussingthe construction are anticipated. Am Home Prd 66'/i' 66'/ Feb. 7. Those stockholders A. No. The broker is correctin
situation for whose ownership appeared on applying the rule of the $1,000
poor lighting U Thant Set Am Hospital 23'23/
HAVANA (AP) The Castro That rule works on
the past four or five months Eight WoundedIn Am Mach & Frdy 18% 19 the record books of the company
,. while not regime launched three days of at the close of business when-issued stocks in cash accounts -
and, plans are Am Metal Prd 21% 21%
concrete they plan to do Private TalksNEW public celebrations and military Benefit Dance Lebanese Am Motor 16'16'/, Feb. 7 had dividend checks as it does for margin

something about it. parades today to mark the Set In AlfredLAKE Am Res & Dev 24% 24V$ sent to them on March 2. accounts.
third of the of
anniversary Bay
Officials are working with YORK (AP-Klng Hussein Am Seating
Tampa Electric Co., Ryan of Jordan arrived In New Pigs Invasion. Political Fray Am Tobacco 38% 36% Latest II a.m. Latest lla.m
ALFRED Ticketsare
The festivities will culminateIn Am Tel & Tel 140'140' % Close Price Close Price
with Secretary
said in a study of stepped up York for private talks sale for the Lake
wattage voltage luminairesand General U Thant of the a big rally In Havana Sunday Alfred now Cancer on Crusade Dance BEIRUT Lebanon (AP- Ampex 16% 17>/ IBM 58214 583'% Reynolds Met 4J% 43Ya
better fixtures so that United Nations. night. Ariz Pub Ser 35'', 35% Rhod Sel Trust 63,4 63/
There also will be a military sponsored by the Lake Alfred Gunfire erupted in Lebanon's Int Harveiter 7017l/
light will have a wider and The 28-year-old king was parade Sunday on the beach at Junior Woman's Club. campaign for a new Parliament): Atcha Armco top Steel 28x28 75i7554% IMC fl'/J 94 R, C. Cola 72 m

brighter dispersal.The greeted at the airport Thursdayby Playa Giron where 1,197 sur The dance will be held tomorrow and eight persons were wound' All Refin 56 55% Int Mm & Chem 73'72% Safeway Stores 613 81Y.
about 200 Arabs. Some carried -
Woman's Club Invited "We shall vivors of the invasion force night from 9 o'clock ed near the historic city of Byb- Auto Can 15 15 Int Paper 33% 337 Scott Paper 36% 36r.
return -
Ryan Police Chief Munsey signs reading" were captured after three daysof until midnight at the Tennis los. : Avco 22'22/ Int Tel & Tel 59% 39% Seaboard Air R 461NS
Smith and other city officials to Palestine. fighting. Most were releasedIn Court. 660 W Pierce St. Music Security forces made 47 ar- Beneficial 51'51 Jones & Laughlin 76 761/4 Sears 1077108%
to a noontime book review Hussein flew to New York December 1962 in return for will be by Dave Frederick and rests In the village of Abeidat i Beth Steel 36V 36% Kelsey Hayes 35'35' % Shattuch 17IA NS
and brought up the subject from Washington, where he $53 million worth of food and his orchestra; after an armed dispute erupted Blaw-Knox 281% 28I '/? Kimberly Clark 631NS Sinclair Oil 44i45'/
complete with slide pictures of outlined Arab opposition to Israel's medicine from the United Tickets at $3 per couple Wednesday between supporting Borg-Warner 47% 47V? Kerr-McGee 36% 36% Socony 7V/a 71Ya
cities before and after a poor- plan to tap Jordan River States. may be purchased at the door groups of two rival candidates. I Brunswick 11 11 V Korvette 29% 29% C. Elec&Gas 563,4 NS
ly-lighted situation. They enthusiastically waten- for irrigation of the Negev : 11555114y'
!Burlington 48 4V/ Lear-Siegler 13% 13%) Southern \
promised cooper- Desert. Burroughs 23'233 Liggette & Myers 8484 Sperry Rand 17 17Ya
ation in any way they could. Cat Tractor 614* 61% Litton Inds 70%, 70% Spiegel 33% 31A
Smith and Ryan agreed that Greek Student Celanese 67 67 Lone Star Ga 23% 23%) td Oil Cal 62% 4234
poor city lighting was ao-open Chemetron 28% 28% Loral Elec 7'4 7i/ td Oil Ltd 681/3 86y'
invitation to more crime and Ches & Ohio 71% 71% P. Lorrillard 490110 Std Oil N.J. 8611. 861,.
traffic accidents.The Gets No Fire Chrysler 477 48% Madison Fd 19'19'4' Sunray Oil 301" 301)1)
officials advised the On Gas & Elec 26% 27 Magnavox 39% 39% Tenn Gas & Trans 21/i
group of the study and promised Alarm Box Cities Ser 68% 69% Marquardt Ill/} NS Texaco 163/4 17
eventually that a complete From 4,4 Coca Cola 128 128 Martin Marietta 18% 187 Texas Gulf Sui 3634 NS
revamping of the entire city A Colgate Pal 78% 437 McCrory 11'/4' 11% Tidewater 33% 3414
lighting system would be undertaken HAMILTON Ohio (AP- } Collins Rad 18'% NS McKesson 45(7( 45%( Tractor Sup 20120*
subject to the study Basilios Yonnonlis 26, an ex- Columbia Gas 29 29>/i Merck 1161/ 116 Union Bag 38% 38%,
now under way. Ryan indicated change student from Greece Com Credit 41 41 I Min. Hnwl 124>/4 125 that additional lights and has learned his lesson.A EL Con Edison 86% 867 :MMM 66l66% Union Pac 4134 04134
better' equipment would also charge of turning in a false ., Con Foods 52'/j' 53 !Montg Ward 37% 37V4 Union Tank 42Ya 43Ya
be needed. fire alarm was dismissed Consumer Pwr 46% 46% Nat Biscuit 60%) 60% United Fin 29'29%
But the "bug-and-border- against him Thursday. He said Cont Can 47% 47'/ Nat Can 16% 16'/4 United Fruit 21'Va 21'4U.
line" lighting will have to he pulled the alarm signal April Cont Oil 65065% Nat Dairy 75 75% S. lode 101% JO%
continue until the new fiscal 5 only to light his pipe. r Ctrl Data 92% 93'/4 !Nat Fuel 33 33% U. S. Rubber SII% 51%
year, Nov. 1. The brighter He explained that In Greece Corn Prds 65'651% Nat Gypsum 4V/t 48% U. S. Steel 563,4 fl7
future for Winter Haven will fire alarm boxes also provide Crown Cork 34%? 341/} Nat Tea 16'/. 16i/4 Upjohn 112% 112'VeVenda
have to be written Into the flints and matches for lighting Curtiss-Wright 19 19 Nia-Mohawk 5V51/ 17'17*
new utility budget cigarettes and.! pipes. Den & Rio R R 20 20 Okla Gas & Elec 35% NS Warner-Lambert 29 29
---- ------ = I IA Ii De Soto Chem 22/4 22'/j Outboard Marine 18'/4 18% W. Air Brake 35% 35y'
I 4 Dr Pepper 32V NS Pac Gas & Elec 3P; 31% Westinghouse 34'34'
Dresser Inds 31' 31% 30 Winn Dixie 301301i
/ Pam Am Sulphur '4 311/
LEARN HOW TO INVEST DuPont 262 262 I Parke Davis 31>/ NS Woolworth 863b8%
Eastman Kodak 1273128 Penney, J. C, 51'NS' Xerox 943 94'V.
Gamble Skgmo 34% 34% Pepsi Cola 517i NS Zenith Rad 8D 79'6
Ga Pac 66% 48 Pfizer 47% 47% Occidental 251% 25Ya
BASIC INVESTMENT CLASS Gen Elec 85% 85% Phila Elec 33133% Jim Walter 34Ya NS
\ Gen Foods 90'/s' 90% Phillip Morris 83% NS
5 SESSIONS BEGINNING Gen Inst 14 14% Phillips Pet 50% 50% CLEAR COMPLEXIONTo
Gen Motors 81381% Phelps Dodge 71 71'/4
7:15 P.M.
23rd complexion
APRIL at protect your
THURSDAY, Gen Tel & Elec 35135% Piper Air 50150%
FILMS Gen Time 12% 12'/ Pit Plate Glass 70 70>/ be sure that everything that
AND i U Immacu-
Gen Tire 25325% Proctor & Gamble 84 83%
LAKELAND SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL THEIR FAVORITI PASTIME Thet endidere; for '0..''''' were .heklne kendi, *i usual, Gillette 321/i 32 Pub Srv Elec & Gas 75 V 43% lately clean. Wash your hands
when May <.... together t. .,..k .t rte convention of the Flerlde. Federation .f W_...'. Clubs W.R. Grace 56156' % Pure Oil 44 NS with soap before applying clean cos-
Phone Mr. B. J. Hou ei at MU 6-4601 I. Jockwnville ,....,4.,. Left to right era Scats Kelly, Fred 1 Kerl Hoyden "arms. Retort King Great A A P Tea 39'/4' 39%I Raybestos Man NS ,, metics and use and only cosmetic
High, Fred DicMnton' Charity H.ll.y (barely viuble behind Dlckiitton; ) end John. Meriiewi. AP Greyhound 56756%.I Rep Steel 417" 45'4iR. 'I powder puffs
FOR FURTHER INFORMATION Grumman 41% 411/ J, Reynolds 49}, 49'; I brushes.Haines .

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To! 6 To 2 Victory

I By MURRAY CHASS defensive star Vic Power off,for their second! victory In two the ninth for the Senators' In,,I

Associated Press Sports Writer first base, is setting the early games. ing.Tillman I
Oliva'i real a
has catching
always the newest. I Tony Oliva, who reached the batting pace for Minnesota with The year-old is Pedro but he has for the Red Sox twpointment .
first name
United State on his brother five hits in 10 times at bat in socked
I ever sincehe year, three
as Tony
. been known sinila
name, appears ready to go far two games I the Yankees
In the American League on his He clouted a single, a double used his brother's passportto against before 1 t,
In the
tripled lath
own. and a triple and knocked In two get into the United States Whitey For!
The rookie outfielder, so highly I runs Thursday night as the from Cuba. Pedro or Tony Oli who pitched the whole lam
I thought of that he forced Twins whipped Washington 6.2 va is a potent addition< to the then uncorked a wild pitch,
.1.1J2 ,Twins' already powerful line-up lowing TUiman to score IIie I I
a with Oliva on the scene winning rung i, ,
though, the Twins were faced I Orsino's home run, his ucond ,

a with a dilemma. They alreadyhad 'of the young season, climaxed I
Harmon Killebrew, Bob Al- a four-run fifth Inning for the Jr
dlI lison and JImmie Hall In the Orioles. Chicago rookie end Ja

outfield. The answer, then, was baseman Don Buford helped the j r j.
to move Allison to first, relegating rally by hobbling Luis Awn. '
I the popular Power to a utility .:-lo's grounder.tchllllneJb .

f role BOlTON Flaw YORK

H Yankees Lose : LAPIN eoeoLlnita. ":''s1 I

I Besides Oliva, Bob Tillman Bremud te 5 121 RIcM ton ;b 5.Yotfiki .
l it soeoMarii
and John Orsino starred at bat Manor, 30 4 I 1 I MantH cf VI
Friday, April 17, l6j Thursday I Stuart tb 10 I e TnM6 y''
/ in the American League Clinton rf i o I I Ptpltont tb R
Tillman pounded out four 11
i loin;nefiiiis'm pi
r hits, sparking Boston to an 11- aMtlltl 1111 Ford p I II
innmg ..J victory over the New Ml,on e e 11 e cBiam.htr i
York Yankees,, while Orsino Mono e'te,. r i I e I'e .eRadati ti

NEVER NEVER Warriors Gain NBA Finals slugged a two-run homer that bWllllami p 1110( tieitffiwr tf

NEEDS NEEDS carried Baltimore past Chicago Total 44 4 II S Total. 41| )H C
43. .-Ran for Tillman m llthi .6-&ro,..
IRONING IRONING SAN FRANCISCO (AP)-"We And so the rags-torichei Na Oliva got the Twins off to a od for out Ford for In Hadatx llth.In UNI c-Jtrucr" a

are not going to stop and play ...... . ... 'Si
tlonal Basketball Association 1-0 lead in the first inning, oil Iw lOt*
'I possession basketball," said: Now Ytr! .............. lit Mll|.r. 9
team didn't it swept to 1 4 doubling home Rich Rollins, who E-Sdillllna, Stuart. FO-A- taw A
Coach Alex Hannum as big San also doubled. The Twins broke ., rlaw York JJ-U Df-Mtltw H
straight points on aggressive Sluarti Bovtr end Pkhardtom
Francisco Warriors trailed 7769GREYHOUND Lin
the with three m..
runs 1'1011 LOS
game open Botlon t Ntw YorkTsmrn.Tcd.Br"
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1i defense and racehorse offense, in the sixth on Zoilo Versalles I ,!, ; i smothered St Louis 105.95 and twisting pop fly triple with the
i ... ; "
the bases loaded.
won NBA' Western Division
Radati W I 14 ? {W. t .
championship Thursday night Don Lock homered in the Htffnor I e e 0 c t
EIfaILAST Now the Warriors must fac second and Ken Hunt hit one in ford IP-L,Ford.0-1 11 1341. r
U-Hurlty ['
GUARANTEE by LEVI GUARANTEE the Eastern Division champion) Ford t, 0-1 .......11 .13 Flthtrfy 4 4 t: II

Ltvi'l Sto-Prest Sports by MYRICK'S Boston Celtics for the over-al ULTIMOIII oU"1 CHICAGO NrA bl 1 IP-, N.Ford IIa. T-H U-Murltv,Oe. A-lt7W, Platitrtv. ctgan N
NBA title in a best-of-ceve Brendt et 4 11 e Htwmr, ef 4 IAnarKIO t '
", .ar will give you the We bock TWO u 4110 1 Bulord It) 4511 t FordL61.31: 13 4 I .
r- Levl'i StaPreii series that could carry: the basketball Powell If /1 I 1 F ROO'tonrf4t 0 1 WP- ord. UAhulev, Flahor1-i C" L
best wosh-ond-weor performance > + to give ttie best season into May lltbtrn ID 1101 Nichoiion I 14 I e 0 ton, Halkw. -1:01. A-ltlOt.
you hove ever crease holding and Ortlno c 4111 H.n_ M 411 1 6
40 wrinkle free performance DAYSSATURDAY The 14-point burst came: right I Klrtitnd rf 4 I IOSmimJb 411 I 0 NIht O+m. l
enjoyed, or your money after a 21-6 St. Louis rally tha 0 Dot ton a 4 11 C..m Ik I' I c MINNesOTA WASH'NOTON'
as advertised, or money .Adalr 20 4010 VIcNtrtnty' t /1 (
bock I a c 1 eb r h blRolllnl eo,
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STAPBESr'Never the Yaxoo Mower in action- (Rollins In Finale ',

You won't be satisfied with anything less!

Needs $149.95 up Florida Southern College'screw The Macs and Tars both ire
Ironing closes out its regular season undefeated In regular season

tomorrow hosting powerful competition. Rollins has lost
BIG Rollins College of Winter Park. two contests to major college

I The last dual race of the year powers Wisconsin and Princeton
for the Water Mocassins will In
January, but these
get under way on Lake Hollmgsworth's were exhibition races.

.9 mile course: at 1 p.m. The two varsity eights have
The two schools' junior var not been
pressed this
Wash'em. sity eights will churn: Lake Hoi- both crews:
MAStlHa having won even
Dry'em. Wear'em. lingsworth's[
waters after the race by open water-at least '
varsity event. shell length. 62 feet
MOWERS( to ; Rollins Is coached by Dr U

in the home washer, on the clothesline the crease stays in FHA VA 'T. Bradley, who was Instrumental
MORTGAGE LOANS In introducing crew: in Flop
at a coin laundry, or EVEN In an automatic and the wrinkles FIRST MORTGAGE CORD I Ida and who Is the oldest active I

on a scrub board, dryer. will fall out. OF FLORIDA crew coach in the lJ.*
"S P.h.n..KVIC MU 1C 1.3111 OUR euaixtt tnlM.n4 Rollins has lost only one varslnrace !
ttt .. Ptonda __ to a Florida crew: In f five>

years. That was to the Water .
I Mocs In 196 on Lake Ho>nni* 1

WASHING after WASHING. worth. I
. If weather conditions are \
favorable-the wind out of the 'I

southeast and not more thin >C'

DRYING after 15 miles per hour-both cress :
DRYING. . Y".ZOO .POWER-no job too rough, too tough! Rig MUATHIETICSUPPORTERS could very well break the local

"'heet PERFORMANCE easy handling maneu.verabihtyl record. The record, held by u-

DURABLE CONSTRUCTION Salle College (1958)) and Southern
WEARING after WEARING. guar. (1961), of four minutes flat
. ten long years of trouble-free operation! almost was broken by Jht Moc

oarsmen in last Saturday's W1I1>

(I.f.rlllnll:i T.L'LIP} over Tampa. Southern notchedIts
sixth straight victory in 4
Complete of Yoioo Mowers, time.

These Are ABSOLUTELYTHE Tillers and Edgers. SWIMMER ape
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Brokit reused. odjutted aU I That was as close as Detroit!!

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Jumping to a three-goal lead

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I linson Pounds 'Em FISHINGHUNTINGFishing I .LAKELAND April 17, 1M4 LEDGER 131


Prospects ; Takes Title

edlegsodgers Crush ,L PresbyterianBows Your Merc dealer

Are Promising T To Mocs
1 1I 1I 1a ,cBy County Track 1 invites you to

5 To 2first FRED W. JONESSo : For the third time In their'

I ,. far as we can see, we should have good fishing weather By JACK FLOWERS finishing second In the broad last three outings, the Florida

'O this weekend and so far as we can see, the fishing itse-lf\ Ledger Assistant Sports Editor jump, Southern College netters figuredin compurEthe

I should be excellent.As AUBURNDALE Coach Bill Of the IS track and field a 5-4 match result by defeating

, By MIKE RATIIET and scored on a single by Juncan's Winter Haven High events, Winter Haven took nine Florida Presbyterian College -
I we wrote yesterday, we have more photos this week
Iaa1Ies ssoclated Press Sports Writer Pinson, then tripled in the fifth School Blue Devils racked up 96 first places.

! fCincinnati's fleet-footed V da'mson and rode home on another sin- than any time before that we can remember and reports from points and ran off last night KIT TO ABBREVIATIONS: WH . yesterday afternoon at the I pulling power

: who wound up in court gle by Pinson In the fifth, Ruiz both fresh and salt waters are very good. ,with their 10th consecutive Polk Maine Wlnla.I.* .....LW. -Lakeland Lake Walei' :. HC A--A.. Moc tennis courts.

)rtar st year for failing to speed and Pinson both singled with The kingfishing has continued very good It- turned :bounty High School Track and TEAM, .I III'BrANDINOR-_B.rtnw. 'K 1-. K.lhleen WH 5,5., 1.L Last weekend Southern defeated ,

111, nay have solved his problem. Deron Johnson's sacrifice fly good last Sunday afternoon about 3 o'clock the boys say, and Field Meet at the Auburndale Ill. ;J' Cx.3l 4 LW 94 t. A. tl\ Mercer University, 5-4, of a Mere
Criticized last year for not accounting for the run batted we left at noon! In fact, we think the prospects are so good High School football stadium. I 0. 1JO.VARD 5. ii 'I H1OH HORDLtSChurn --I. and lost to Valdosta State College .I

apitalizing on his speed by In. Finishing behind Winter Haven J Jerry Lovell Nli hoi.HC:. K t Time John-MiddenuU IBS100YARD ; 54.Larry with
i for base hits That rr rr 'urr DAsH-I Rod Linder Llt Hale, the Lakeland native any
unting Pinson was more than enoughfor were Lakeland, 69, Haines .
MrD.nlel. WH Bob On-
... Oary t
YAMPS Bay 0(055.( 'atud. A.n.0 55. I. Nigh 0,4. IU p.'n..1
oDd Ias stepped off to an unusually Jim O'Toole and Joe Nux- S.. 5.40. 1:1' ..m., 50(5 n,S40 1.02 ..'., '.57 ..... .0.n .1_ 11:0': .mol City, 37.: Lake Wales 24; Au- brink L. Time-.10 continued his winning waysin
..... 12.51 ..'. MILS RUN-1 Bobby Un* WH 1
ed |quick April start without laying hall, who checked the Dodgers ___ H' burndale, 23; Bartow, 11, and Jay. Its Allen L: 3. Ken Royleiw L. Tim. the singles by upending Anne competitor'soutboard

the t>ne down. Instead, he's been on eight hits. O'Toole retired be Kathleen, 9. Frostproof and -BBO-YARD RP.LAT-I. WR Larry Kimball 6-2, 6-4. Hale has lost
we're to out there this time
going trying not for kings I
layIng them up the middle for the first 14 batters he faced, I I Fort Meade were not entered Penork Soothe John i Joiea.L. 3 (A San Time McDanirl.Honnle -1 ID:' 'only once this season. The match
: but over on the East Coast by the time read this) I
1 you 440-YARD 0000-5.: Bob Bailer decided when the Moc
i' base hits. finally needed Nuxhall's relief due to a conflict In dates with was
t Jim M>er>, WH S. Ben RobrrU, HCUoTvARD
I To continue with the and have from
help in the ninth. The loser was photos reports we the Ridge Conference meet also doubles duo of Joe Cochonourand

S Hits Bob Miller. Mrs. Hannah at The Bait Well on East Glendale: "The Letch- scheduled yesterday at Fort HC LOW 2. John IIURDLSS-0.Mlddenl. ChutkLovell L J Tom Barron tripped Tom of similar

Pinson lashed three single worth boys Alvin, Alfred, Kermit and Aubrey, caught these Meade, Lrry-YARD Prai-ock RUN. WH-1.Time Brrv-20 OarlowWH 85HHO Allen and Randy Backham, 7-5,

ursday night and along with Nunt ..,.'* ihellcrackers and bream about 100 of them from Scott Only one record was broken 1. Wayne avhutt, HC 3. lIons tliu 9.7.
'j ookie Chico Ruiz, who collected MILWAUKII HOUSTON Lake on worms and crickets during the afternoon night ""sPKlNT heir-I MEDLEY 555 RBI,AT-I. WH RINOLU-Ltrrr Hilt. nc aerettrd
brkkl abrtikAlou M.U.nleli Steve Ann Kimb.ll Florid Pre.bylerlan, horsepower
iRonnie Booth Oanr
) single double and triple, provided d almlc.k.sa 1 Ills "Frank Mills caught this pound bass from the Rod and meet. Kathleen's Ronnie Vis- Pooh. Tom HItoheni., 2. L 1. Time- 5-2. ftII..... Blake: Me delealedQu
110..1. W.rner. Florin PNb"on., *-4
enough firepower for the Aaron rf 4111.151.20!Kunnela 'Ih alas liii Gun Club pits using a shiner for bait, Lewis Summerall, 614 quera, a 5-foot 8-Inch 133- JOIIt 210-YARD DAKH-I. Ronnie Booth <_,. '.0. John /I.... Florid Preubvte-
I Reds to hand the world w.v... :III I I 1 i w..i.-f I i i i.rw WH 2 Urry WIlli.",.. LW; 1 Rod Inn drfpitrd Tom Burrow. PIle, ,-4
Savannah, this 10-pound 4-ounce bass "Devil'sHorse" pound Junior, pole vaulted to Loop III Prenhvlerlan
11 ,. III .,,. caught on a Uniter. 0. aI Bou ard. Florid -
pion Los Angeles Dodgers 4525W cl 300511ev 12-feet 1-Inch and shatteredthe MILK: RELAV=i''wH Barry O.r dereatrd Dave WaUon F8Cl
cham'l C 4 5 I A.'n.. ::111 5 I I 0 from Lake Hancock low Tom H.uher, Jim ft-2 e-0. Tom Allen, Florid Prenbywrlin -
[second loss in three Bollln. Jb 4 1 I I BeaiKA H 4110 old mark of 12-feet established B.lievi I 1. HC 1 L. Time.-J )ytllb:: delealed Roier Levlne. FBCIt
Pinson who has been McMIII. w 000 1 ,.,.",.. c 4 0bOllvtr 0 "Dwight Culsinger, 135 Palencla Place, got this pound, BKOAD JUMP -T. Warren .J. HO Jo. Caeh nou, rsC defraud
11100'p 1110Mtnk In 1963 by Frostproof'aLeroy HC J Larry Peacock WH 3 Olin RsndSsekh.rn. Florid Pre.brterlan ,
6-ounce bass south of red
black eel with
Mulberry on a a fin
tional League batting title contender u 0 1 0 e awn I* 1 I e 0 LiHIe L DII.nlo-al-r..I 2lnih"D1HCU8 6-J e.JDOU8U'
Mauldin. It the .
was second 1. L.rry Gamble L 9 -H.I.-Bl.ke FHC d.I. "- n You hItS hoed
Lamaiter I" I e Harmon I t 0 0 James Rhoades of Bradenton with Smailes may
p 0 went fishing Bobby .
[[ since regular he became In 1959 a, Cincmnati has. Tiaf'n'iwr p I' t cLiilli S *0000 IFarrell S S and caught these bass, largest 65!4 pounds, fishing Banana quera time has broken In two track weeks marks.VIs- Phil. LW f.rlnelU" Ol.unc, WH-: JI'r."IIRobert.son. ,-inh.'SHOT : I'd ilan PrMbyierlan Kimbtll. *- l. 0-4 W, .:fiiati.\ : : : : \ *-, (1 IT

aSpant tOCO PUT--t 1I..ld Ssrtos WH ", e-J. ftCoc onou-\l."on. FSCdrltiird .
C. :
( amassed 985 hits over that Teltll U 4 It 4 ,..... I! IIIa S Lake. Last week he set the Bartow 2 PIIII Porln.lla. WH t. Dwayn.Olcnn . Allen.Bac h.m. Florid P,... t

f stretch-more than Stan Musial, -Struck for McMIII.out for In Oweni 7mi In c-Ift'..ai,' k"-SlnHed (orRaymond "Burl Wilson. In two shots, is shown with a string of Invitation standard by clearing HIGH L.JUMP DKl.nie-L-Bob 11 (Rem eel. (,-lnrhe WH >2. bll..lln1.. .-'. IIrIClnlmOIOf..thltIt( ( ,

1971.; Willie Maya, 934, and Hank In Tthi d-Popped Out for Far. shellcrackers from Scott Lake on worms, and on another trip, 12 feet. It was the only first Harold Hunt .A: i. Chuck he Lovell NCl.uhalpeu NIl STANLEY CUP FINALS t I !
/ > .
|Aaron, 914, in their first five .II Milwaukee I In "h. M M* 1(1-, got four bass, one 9 pounds, one 3 pounds and two 2 pounders. place Coach Martin Mills' K.POLl 2. (SIr VAULT-I., Ellin: B: 3 Ronnie, Lee TurnnulMkw VI....... Detroit B y 4 Th Toronto*At.Miat' 3. Detroit PrtM Insd.50.0ofb .I

[ years 50.Ot.. Ill m -' These also came from Scott Lake on a blue worm. Kathleen Red Devils managed /I.lohlUIH'1.lnoll.. tMeet urlM a-ll won't pull. A
a-May.. fO.A-.Milwaukee .7... HouaIon ii'"PON O .Merc 1000 rnllY
Yet he always has been beset I It.It. DP- .......... Boiling .nd for the night. -- FLA. NATL. ii Y7 ;
| by the bunt.more-often critics. Tor,,, Katko and Runnale 108-Mil. More Fish Catch Reports"John Not only did Winter Haven run Three Tie For Y( pull 10 skiers
"wauka Houiton 7. ol' de
I ii out pwiter
He was so incensed by one off with THE LEDGER'S overall f
[ JB-K.we I eaucham Torre AlouBSollln
|writer last season that the two ] .. Foil. H.-......... '.-M..k. A: Yohn, 1504 Richmond Road, caught this 8'4! -pound team trophy but the Blue State: Golf Lead WrestlingREOPENS I rfJ iiiilyHorsepower

i tangled in the Reds' dressing WHkI.t-Lamastar t II...... Atpramonl Sf- bass on a live .shiner below Mulberry; Frank Amos got this6'i ;Devils also captured trophies 1.lli'l .U

: i room and ultimately finished up IP H. i* aaio pounder on a live shiner from Lake Gibson. presented by the Winter Haven WINTER HAVEN (AP) : j horsepowerOnt .

| In a no-decision court battle Lemaitar lalenauar w, 14.5 7 f 1"4 I t I i* S 0 "Noah Rountree of West 14th Street, got this string of 14 News Chief Lake Wales News Three boys were tied with one i horsepower.

[with the matter dropped. Seem 4 I. 4 a bream on crickets from Clark Pool. Gary and J. L. Robbins, and Polk County Democrat for'over.par 73s today going Into the
R.ymoedL.5-5. J I I 1 I P.M.
I Whether to bunt or not still is ,.".11 I I 1 1 I I 1901 S. Lincoln, got these 14 bass from a pit south of Lakelandon winning the mile, 880 and sprint second round of the :36-hole State SAT. NITE 8 always

[ up to Pinson, but he may be .WP-Lemailer-.."" I man. Tlelanauar In ..... U-Craw. fly tackle and a Bumble Bee. medley relays. High School Golf Tournament. LAKELANDARMORY n n equals 33000

> able to solve some of his prob--lord. len,.,. .Forman Jackawikl" 12.31. "Irve Gilbert, Hutchinson, Minn., got this 15'/i.pound blue Haines City's Chuck Lovell They were Mike Toale of Bra I j loot

lems with a solid start He's 4- A-Me channel catfish from Lake Hollingsworth on a small shiner continued his mastery In the denton Manatee, Bill Whitten of iJ t- pounds

I for.8 now, quite an improvement Nnkt and 8-pound test line! 120-yard and 180-yard high Pensacola Escambia and John q ol work
( over last season when he CINCINNATI Lea ANOIlfSk "J. W. Stanley and his son, Frank, got this string of 12 hurdles by coming in first in Elliott Jr., of Fort Lauderdale ALL STAR J/W/ whether.
60 ,k M tk r k kow both events. Other than the High. JI1
hits in April uie
[managed only 10 WRESTLERS you
Ik 101 Wllli M 41 bass on black worms from Bonny Lake. Mike and Sherin T.V.
fat.bats and still finished with a Hull 90 111 OMIIam It 400 0 Florida Relays in Gainesville, . it lor
Smallwood this of bass Mirr-O Lure
caught string on a -
Pinion cl 45)5WD.vls cl 401Robinton 0 from ,,
the senior Hornet who Is presi- pushing' pulling lugjmj or

313 While average.Pinson was collecting Cl,.'.. Ik rf ISIITO.eus lot 0 Howard rf H 400 4011 0bJohn. a pit in Arizona Hills near their home" dent of the Honor Society at W. H "BILL"McCOY Y( racing

.'n Ib Fairly Ik 4010 From Jeanne Specht of Hank's Fish Camp on Lake Van Haines and '
[three hits St. Louis' Curt Sim- skunmf H 410 W")1I 400Edwardl 0 City a straight _j'lJ I In l Mere the gens have
mona allowed only three to the C 4110 RoM&or c 4 I : 0 comes this note and a photo"There's been a lull for a student for three years, has not A"'DGLENN !k-'. been wisely, selected so(hit

[hard-hitting San Francisco Giants Cardenat OT'.l.s II )4011 0 * Millar Brewer p* SIlO 100 0 while on Lake Van but then Lady Luck struck again! been defeated this year. with, the proper propeller

starting off his 16th season Nu..II' * ewaili SIlO "Frank McMillan and Herb Gray caught three tagged bass However, another one of Coach SIMS you cm match the motor to
[ Wlimile I 5055 out of four! This makes 11 tagged fish from this lake far. Dick Pumphrey's Haines . announce th* ...nlne *f ll almost any boat and load.
I with a 2-0 shutout. In the only cMcMullm I' 0 0 so City th.., new .......
other scheduled Milwaukee Perr'ntkl p 000' They were using fly rigs and the Bumble Bee. runners, Wayne Shuff. was Mercury designs and builds
[ game ,...,. Central Auto Repairs
Taiali H III t II11S I 01 -
edged Houston 65 with .- ,ruled for Brewer In Sib, k-Hacrrtlce "Hank is i in the photo in the middle because he just beaten for the first time In two I complete propellert
Alou, lly lot cot.' '.. In 7'''', c- years when Winter Haven's McCOY & SIMSGARAGE for ivery Mercury made to
[Hank Aaron and Felipe Grounded out for Wlllnlt' In 7thllnclnnall wanted to hold a tagged fish to see how It feels! that your boat will do whatever you
'I playing key roles. 041 110 liltNona -SLH Then from Doug Jennings whose camp is over on Lake Barry Garlow edged him at the want it lo do . pull !lots ol skiers.
a.io' ... ... '
III -1
finish line in the 880
1 The Reds' Ruiz-Pinson combine f>0 A-lnclnn.tl17.7. Lot Aialel Pierce, comes a glowing report on the shellcracker fishing, yard run. I (Permerlr 0.lnHt....> L Bell _\ '" run very last or both That why the
much for the V.It. DP-Olllum, Will and Fairly Rod Linder and Larry I On Old Tampa H,ahwayIU
was LOB-Clnclnnt| t. Lai Angel' 42I5uI I along with a photo which shows Mr. and Mrs. W C. Floydof Gamble furnished Coach BobOenbrink's Mile Weat of Wabain Av. Eddie same Mercury outboard that set the
Dodgers Ruiz doubled In the Koiabor i. Edwirdt. 3B Davenport with the string of 60 shelkrackers they got on official. international speed recoid ol
Hull B-Wllli W. Davit. SFJohnwn Lakeland Senior I 115\ .547 mph could also push 20 It.
.IF H. 1* BBIO worms. The photo is dated 2/12/64. High Dreadnaughts with their GRAHAMSIGNS
0'Tool* W, 1-0 . t I I I 0 4 cruiser at 30 miles per hour
o. Add Nu. ,.11 I 0. * ] Doug lists many good catches which we'll have to list only two first places Linder GO GO
'Gators .Millar L, .1. 4 N 1 I ( 4 I later, but he says they got 1,500 shellcrackers last Saturday was clocked In 101 for first When you buy l Merc your Mercury
Brewer . l 0. I 1Wlllnll 1 TO WRESTLE dealer advises you on the selection
alone I place In the dash
| I' 1 0 100-yard TOM BRADLEY ol to match needs.
i propeller
Perrenotkl 1 I 1 1 \ S 0
while Gamble tossed the discus I On most competitors' huh.horsepower -
n-Faced 1 men In tth
Larry Travis HBP-Bv Millar Pinion ). U-Harvev I I 138-feet, 83i Inches for lop r -: JAPS outboards there ire S options
Wever, Conlan, venion T-I.21. A-XM30 I In that division.
Lakeland pot propellers 'Item which to choose On

i Baseball, Softball Larry Peacock, a former .. DUKE the highest horsepower Mercs (Mer.

To Grid'Staff IT. LOUIS akrkM SAN FRANCIsCO.brisbl I Dreadnaught earlier in the season '' Tj 1 KEOMUKA 1000 and Mere 150) then are no I lesi

Javier. ft 001110505,5' 3005 Games TonightS helped Winter Haven to its ITIm : I I AND than 20 from which to choose
Grs.I.s 90101cr.ed.lIC 4000M.elll f
SI 0501MCv7 If .0. Hosts Plant victory margin over Lakeland. 0 HIROMATSUDA Mercs will jutpull'!!! and oylrjjn! any
GAINESVILLE Larry Travis Welts Ib 400 *May* cfJemei 3050 Peacock .
DIIASP4AU0HTS picked up points as a competitors, outboards. Thais why
. I ILakeland'
If C. Ib 3505
former star University of inannon W .4000. .H.I1I: .01. 'i Pu's':Ju P 1ft.1'01" field Lakeland n number of the winning 880.yard L j we can invite you to COMPARE Merc'spull'"l

Florida guard has been addedto ..... Ik 4055050050rIPbP000 Dreadnaughts will MEDULLA LIAQUI relay foursome, taking third In j CLASH IN TAG power with any others ol si mi-
football coaching Warwick rf 1010 Pagan 11 3000 clash with the Plant Panthers S pi 1'd'n.l.' .. Tlsnrs T. pro - Merc dealer
the Gator Flood cf 40 ( Handle* 5 5055MCC.rv.f Paver .o. B'..... MedulliOFTeALL, Inh001. the 180-yard low hurdles andWrestling m TEAM MATCH tar horsepower See your
staff, head coach Ray Graves c 11 I t .p'or_ I 0 0 0 here tonight at 7:30: at Henley - soon See how you can get more pull

announced today. llmmoni S.,.,. II 0155l4rbOl 11 I '. ... > It 0550 0 ILined 5 Field In a Western Conference lumblni John Coo vi No AAC l. 5 u p m. D.nlel ReturnsTo -Io"! Against ind more RUN for your money with

Travis a second-team all- .- out for Hendlay In OmSI baseball game John con No d. SIS p.m. French Mercury. ..100.85, 65 50, 35, 20,

SEC selection his senior season .* louit Francleca. Ml Me **M M loe-Mta -1. The Dreadnaughts are 2-4 V.w4000id-'Doutla.S 15 p.m. PublU .. D..I.DIII.I'nd Guard Armory rprJ \ DONCIJRTIS r I 91. 6 and 3.9 hp outboards and

Hart. PO4-4I Loull 17It 1O MerCruiser Stem Dllves... 110 lo
of has been workingon f-Handlay for the In loop play lOa. 1. 30
19S2 season "III Plnl AND
Ian ,.. ..11<* 17 U. OP--Great, J* Unth.dui, n" Lolle, nor "Inll SCHOOLING 310 60 and 100 hp diesel
, a master's degree In physical vlar and Wnlt LOS It LMIII I Ian. and 3-10 overall. Their final! D'"I.nd Na. I 7 0.' Pur.t "...m. Wrestling returns to Lakeland hp ;
I which he finished ',.ncll<* 12B home of the will Nip .r Ood ... Os.t.id 8nnll. tomorrow night when Promoter RACES 7:00 PM Cowboy *16l' "JtJ
education Warwick t Javier I Slm...... game a 30 0'. 8ouY>........ V. w.,.... i
, this trimester Sf Croat be April 28 with Winter Ha- 4..ou. 5siti,1.SIATNLI1N. Pat 0'Hara presents a three- I TONIGHTFREE BOB ELLIS _ _
Florida staff IP H .K (R tIOElmmoni ven. They play at Tampa LIAGUI bout card at the National Guard
H. helped the W 1-* a 3lw.4leyLD0 Whole I pm. POOC\IOWO '0. l0nnn. II FREE!
and .5 1 I 1 I 3 against Ilillsborough next Friday don i Iniuraore. T 30 p m, NsndsSn Armory. INDIAN
during spring practice, .e. 051.,,,.I food..
j Is Harbel I t I' 0 0ULnndOl night. K.IlII.fD lurid s p m. L.k.nd PodpslO. Topping the card will be a NO MINORS DANNY LITTLE
his full-time appointment llelnar, Sari:k. OonalalllT .. III." P"III1. 1.JO. Coon
effective Immediately. Graves ..1 07 A,,t.I7S. ,. Ricky Peick will hurl with Prnd 04. Swill.Kathleen. tag match sending the Japaneseduo I REGULAR SEASON BEAR

said the native of Miami would 10 Bobby Gates doing the ', of Duke Keomuka and Hiro OPENS TUESDAYS I

-' work with Coach John Eibner for Lakeland. The Matsuda against Don Curtis APRIL21A -VS-

). on the Florida B-Team. infield: Joe Shelnut, catChing'l; Loop and Cowboy Bob Ellis. DON

"Larry will be a fine add.tlon !- Hunt, 2b: Ronnie Baker ; Opens Season Popular Eddie Graham Is NIGHTLY 8:10R WHITTLER

to our staff," said Graves. wood DuVal, 3b. paired with Tom Bradley while MATINEESA

,"He has a great deal of football Mickey Pennington, Ken Titus KATHLEEN-Kathleen Chief Little Bear will grapple 2.00P.M.: Tusk.,'150- W.lloS'S'S 000. Adm 0150liensI. 3Swtiliuig
.r.." knowledge has! been a and Robert Moore will be In the Pony League will open Its with Don Whittier in the open- S d.-Fr-Sor.! .

leader his entire career at outfield. Baker is handling baseball season tomorrow alI ing bout of the card.

t Florida and Is a person of the shortstop since Larrell Willis p.m. at Pony League field First bout will be 8 p.m. 0 5400 Reposed

,; character. has been sidelined by an ill- here with a doubleheader and 0'Hara announced wrestling T Bradenton Rood

highest Bv Tho ._..IM ProoANIRICAPS ness. chicken barbecue. slated for Sat
We're happy to have him LI.GUrW. cards are every A Kennel Club

i ,! and believe he further strengthens 0.. Pet. G I.Mlnnn'.la Fir.t game Is slated for I urday night. '

I the staff for 1964." ::. ::;; i g jOllOOrlrn fnuio -II FSC Miami Open p.m. Following the second'
a chicken barbecue
i. game
Addition of Travis completes DETROIt .. ...... 5500 supper
I", An..I.. ,. oo will be available with the
the football coaching staff. W..ln...... ..: ::: .31J '" 3-Game SeriesThe
CI..I.nd .. :.000Kon. dinner being $1 for adults
Other new members are Ed ... "" . ..
Oil, .... 0 .000 5. 11
VetS . . 0 0110" and 7S cents for children.
Kensler (offensive line). Billy NC' Florida Southern College
"". ,.... 0.000.nTHUIIIO.y. There will also be
special entertainment -
Klnard (defensive backfield), .. RESULTS Mocs were to have opened a

Fred Pancoast (offensive end) RalUmor Reel,. 4.. New 4 Chlruo York 1 1..11 15540", vital three-game Florida Intercollegiate by a Kathleen

and Rabbit Smith (bead of recruiting N'.nn'OLI 4. WaihlnalaD a. Conference baseball group.
Only lamea arheduledSt All proceeds will to the
). TOD.Y" OM5I series with the University of go I!!
.. Kathleen Pony League baseball -
N. York Si .lIlmo
Travis played on two Gator 051,5.. .1 eo...... Miami Hurricanes at 3:15: pm. :
It Is for
championship teams dur- I.... "00.1.. .1 UnrOll.U.1nmi5 today at Henley Field. program. boys
Bowl .1 W.400ntofl. n".
ing his career as a regular guardat ".'..... 0155 al L5.nntSiI I. 'NI. Coach Hal Smeltzly's Mocs the living 13-14 In the Kathleen All area foodIs In I -- z.
age group.
Florida. The 1960 and Miami currently are tied
I W. ... Pet. 0 .. being donated by Jimmy
team finished 92 with a 11: -U PhllsSnlvbl .. a 0 I 000 with 6-0 records for the FIC

with over Baylor in the Gator :,'a tuu Fisnou.05. .::: .5.57 5.h. lead. FSC and Miami will conclude Musso. D
.. ... ..
05.1,5 .. boo
Bowl and the 1962 team knocked HeuuonPitOburiIt .. ...... .&00 the series with two seven MIA LATorrt MERCBSD
State 17-7, in that ...... .bOO inning getting under way II. The AtMC..'... Free.vitreoN .
off Penn elnonn.U . . .... .&00 I games DIVISION FINALS
classic.Kathleen 1.0. Ans'iS ..... .UJ '. at 2 p.m. tomorrow at Henley ">n thn.I.o 101 a. Loulu 55. fJJo
postseason N Md\,usesro nr5 . . 0 .351 004TIURSOATS '" Field. lion.31 Fr.nciKO win. b.. -.(.' eerleiPRESEASON 85 hp

Tries tOUt. 1. Ml,. P.n.IAC. O. a. six cylindersI77ERLIJRY
MuIssobro e. Hoiulo, S
imrinn.tl ft. Lot Anr1'. 3.On .
,, 0.'.. ..rheduledTODAYS
To Even RecordCoach OAMeSPHUturih SPECIAL
*t New York.PhiIsd.inli& .

I at tt Hou Clllr.toMilwaukee >u>n. .IN).
Charlie Lle's Kath Cinfinn.ll at Lot Ales. INI. ( ; ;;
Red Devils SI. Lorn., tt S.n 00&oCoS. I IN). Auto
tried to even their R.w.11 3 .lus LIke 2. 11 u..: ...n.Onl. .
were to have ..m. ,.h.dlll.d ____ _ Air
"'A..thw....t Florida Conference j I
baseball 3UUlllKDh record- at 6-6 today in KING ] $mmrl

an SWC contest with the Plant I Conditioner HIH SILVIA ANNIVIMAKY FillCIEN'S ?

City begin High at 4 Planters p.m. at the scheduled Kathleen to Let Us Air I Condition; Your Cor. . SIAn the best of taste I J)I Ij ::r:21fI

diamond. Get Ready For The Hot Weother Ahead . ."MtIut ;/..

are the defendIIng CLUB RENTALS ; o .:": U'. ( ,,'. .. ,aiLs
The Planters ;lead list Price AMERICAN 5,1.,' .505 '..0'.....,.,.,.......
SWC champs. and are Reg. 00
$ to'oo'stos
Ing the conference $289.95 219 -1
Kathleen lost. 4-3, to Plant City OPEN
Now Only Installed -6r ....-
the season. '
In -
earlier 8:30: AM.-11:00 P.M. .. .. ...- -
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Farragut TIt I UfUrAJif IIllITrLUl'O rOMr.u.'Y IIIC. vr--
Admiral S .... ....
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four days, the Santa I Mgnrk Clutch Ceelin9
School Crimson Hawks

will High be seeking a baseball victory Open Year 'Round To Serve You Better

Farragut of .
St. Petersburg over at the Santa Fe I II 1740 New Tampa Hwy. t bassos P500F
diamond.The 686-0613
scheduled to:
contest was MERCURY

start It 4 p.m. Coach John' Jamie Jackson, Parts & Service It: THE AMERICAN DISTILLING, co.. ,INC. I Now Y.(k, N. Y. Pakin.' III. e Sautalito' Col.a OUTaOA.O SAUl" .I.IIICI.
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The BED, NANCY TO 6001( gY

Strikes Are Potent Stars 2Q a y

Forces In IndiaBy r DICTIONARY

CONRAD FINK The national/ deputy ministerfor Impel

NEW DELHI, India -With community development and AIItu (,
a crowd of about 1,000 watching, two members of parliament delivered
the young woman Ills up weak. the message. By Carroll Righter II

ly and accepts a glass of orange And all because Katar Devl 1 80x/.5/ UK! p'ANA'S fOYMb Sdn!>H/M3 rYJORIr
CfEO 1
and her ragged band of follow. rMARCENfW3'KF.Ci
Juice. She sips a little. WHOEVER TRIO-NEATLY PILED IN
Aah, she Is drinking-the ers camped on a lawn in New 6EAlll7 TNIO DOII WASN'T KIDDINel! NEfO COULDN'T B! A I I v
ap T
Delhi and refused to eat. ...- wRECK AN-HERO f f '. r
proving murmur runs throughthe 1
crowd. Power Demonstrated FRIDAY APRIL 17, 1M4 LIBRA (September 23 to October <
Their victory last week, after '' r
Another potentially explosive 22 Getting out Into the
11 days of fasting, dramatizedthe :
political crisis Is past. Another tremendous Until mid-evening wonderful world of activity and being
hunger strike Is ended. political powerof charming adds to Income as
Influences In effect for
the hunger strike, a tactic are
Girl Beats GovernmentBut developed Into an art during the anything which involves put well is prestige Is your credit 1I 1I
good? Don't be so shy with
ideas merchandise
ting or
Indian Independence movement'lnonviolent your
It didn't end before the
others you ire Innately
frail woman-19-year-old attack on British colonial across, as well as letting
young clever r
the of whom
rule. one you are most
Katar Devi-had from the
Indian police answer political fond be more aware of the SCORPIO (October 23 to K ttxxtA \
big, po"erfullndlan government
November 21) Wonderful ideas
affection and devotion which
exactly what she wanted. violence or riots by knocking on
I She and a band of 49 other heads with bamboo poles called you truly feel. But avoid a big occur to you now, but you
often the fight late tonight. must take action Immediatelyif
Harijans (untouchables) won lathis. But only sure ,
from Prime Minister Nehru'lgovernment way to end a peaceful hunger ARIES (March 21 to April they are to operate proper. -- I

assurances that strike is to give In. 19) Family and property ly. Write, wire, those con r ) :S, 1$, ME.iMFtee! )

army recruiting officers will not The sight of people fasting should be your prime con corned Telephone those at (a I AI, aE FREE RfaMTHArffeHl ]

discriminate against Harijans usually causes no fuss In India, cerns today, since all can be hand. ( a.E JOHN I ?, WNo caltD B ' I lCKIC STRAIGHT Ir
handled with relative Y.
a land where are hungry. ease.Don't SAGITTARIUS (November (
The many 15V
Punjab state governmentsent
HaLvE IX r ls JACKET 1 1M
Thousands of two-or threedayfasts feel that others are 22 to December 21) You havea _
of discrimination
assurances no JOHN
: Tb 1t5t) T
In land reform. go almost unnoticed. abusing you, however Relax, habit l of procrastinatingwhere ;

-- - . Mood Gets Ugly work with purpose. Important affairs are ..Is..ts Ir mif
But the moment a determined TAURUS (April 20 to May concerned. Get down to specifics bB FOR

DRIVE-IN THEATRESOPEN hunger striker Is threatened by 20) Shopping l completingwork right nowShow! that LfBCT E,
1 death, the mood gets ugly, An- having meetings are all you are loyal, on the job and
6 10 SHOW 7:30
: :
gry crowds collect. Police edge fine today, but do not com please allies.CAPRICORN.
Tomght'i Tht High'
about nervously. Lights burn mit yourself in any way in (December 22 A" :J
To Go Out To A Mo.ialTONIGHT !
PM. Get the data that Is
i late in government ministries. to January 20) It Is vital to e1Cee :

I Newspapers begin reportingIn vital to your progress. Retire your welfare that you get Into t!' M4'a c .
detail the physical conditionof early. the matter of principles when 4't
the hunger strikers-a sort of GEMINI (May 21 to June having talks with allies. Then i
1 rr "ff.At boxscore 21) You can add to income you cement far better rela

| "Jai Klran had swelling on quite easily by using Innate tions. Results are gratifying REMEMBER, NOW IF ANYONE 1F THE BLOKE ILI i i

7:JO cad MiZO 'his hands and feet," one newspaper intelligence. Making repairsto AQUARIUS (January 21 to CALL'S WHILE (M tUTANL A66THE DOESNY FLINCH,7ER :
Adult Entertainment reported before lastweek's property Is fine as well as PRICE YEP? SAY "THE PRICE 19
February 19)) Show that you ,

investments but be gAYJ "EACH rt
making I
fast ended "Klshen Lai ;
can very cooperative with THIRTY BOB; THEN VERF PAUSE..G
had pain In the stomach and sure to exercise economy. those who work alongside you C ? 1e

3 chest Hoshlarl Devi passed a Spend little in PM. Be practical and Increase production >;
I = '
Academy Awards j I restless This point night"j In a fast Is the to July 21) A day for doing check. ;Take get It a fatter tonight.pay ....\ THE: BLOKE POES T FLINCH y s 5 t 10i

Including"Best moment of crisis for the government Just as you please and being. PISCES (February easy 20 to 5W "THATS FORTH!: BASKET. THE PIGEONS 'y IIII

Actress"ratrlcla ; It can ignore the fast or quite successful. Be charmIng WILL BE ANOTHER THIRTY BOB." n EU E I'I
warm, but ward off any March 20) This Is a day when ro
'move in and order physicians to !J
t Co Neal 'force feed those who are starving real dangers. Go after personal you can please admirers and ,, YEEEAL.9E AGAIN.... I1 I-
"Best Actor" should make the most of .
Supporting themselves to deathandsome aims with enthusiasm. opportunities cij.
Melvyn Douglas do die. Don't stay out too lite. at hand. Handle iT r
LEO (July 22 to August 21) them wisely. The future depends 1..
I These alternatives, however, ..V'"tln"n a..r. / ,. / ,/NMMJa
Make for largely on what you do
plans a meeting
,could touch off a wild wave of
PAUL ''v I o I e nc e. So the government] soon with associates so that today, tonight.IF I
for the future be YOUR CHILD IS BORN 17-Year-Old Hamer
usually comes to terms or at plans can Rusty Hopes
NEWMAN least offers to talk things over, made with confidence, wis TODAY he or she will be one TodayIn
,something 19-year-old untouchable dom. Handle both personaland of those remarkable people II

ISCHUB" Katar from the wilds of business affairs until 8 who understands the emotions, I Fall I
He Doesn't Into
,the Punjab could hardly win PM. Then take it easy, particularly love's motivation, ObscurityBy
through more conventionalmeans. VIRGO (August 22 to September and who would make an excellent

22) Discussing your psychiatrist, doctor HistoryBy
BOB THOMAS dinarily be starting to go back said. "They're Interested In
Ideas desires However the Inventive
and with part. nurse. ,
s PWIIOOIIIIEUAI Fasts aren't always organizedIn
I AP for several of the 'Mr.
I about under strain I Is also THE Movle-Televlslon Writer into production
of some matter of' ners brings quick very pronounced PRESS
.- support I' standing. Then advancement and new businesses could be Today Is HOLLYWOOD (AP-"Gee, I Without that prospect Rusty shows at MOM. Walt Disney
Friday, April 17, the
principle Office workers fast as part of comes quickly You have to all-consuming Stan( the education 108th day of 1964. There are 258 hope I don't fall Into obscurity," has had to give some solid interested In me. And there m'l
thought to the future. chances I might do
raises be more enthused about personal along either lines and 'days left In the .
PLUAT t'40 ONLY... I their demands for Sixty year.Today's says 17-year-old Rusty Hamer "I want to work right away, 'Dr. Klldare,' 'Ben Case y*
"O'UIT RYAN aims
too. success Is assured.
'TNl PROVO ON""_.'''' (,members of the West BengalI 'I highlight In history: "I'm going to do everything I and the prospects are good" tie '''Arrest and Tria!.' I'd like
'State Legislature fasted In the IStaenae"e> t aaavmtWORRY On this date In 1790, Benjamin can to avoid It." ir r
capital lobby for 24 hours to protest Franklin died In Philadelphia
( rising food prices. CLINIC at the age of 84. Offhand the picture of a high I

There also Is the counter-fast * scurity school senior might worrying seem about faintly ob- FRI. & SAT. ONLY 1
i-in protest against someoneelse's :
On this date
: ridiculous. But la" not
Rusty an
fast. There was one of Woman' HorrifiedBy
In 1754
French forces
17 has
old He
ordinary -year-
In Delhi last week
-TONIGHT- [those New the
junction of the Alle-
(' just finished an acting engagement
JOHN AT TM WAVNI ONLY IK too 'Wife'Swapping'B gheny and Monongahela rivers that lasted 12 years, about i

"The fighting StaBtts"ALIO Park In 1861, the State of Virginia as far back as he can remember !
I seceded from the Union .

DUNN AT t FORD JO ONLY.In Shopping Center L y George \Y. Crane, Ph.D., M.D. In 1941, the army of Yugoslavia The boy played Danny Thom.as'
surrendered to the Nazis .
son In the comedian's week- STEAK
"LOVE IS A BALL" .....
In 1144, United States bomb- 23j
IN COLOR r / ) ly television show, and Rusty
ALSO AT 11:30 ONLY NOWSHOWING CASE S-441 Tina G., aged Then they'd pounce on a ers attacked Sofia, Bulgariaand was the only cast member who With Frtnch hiss, .
417 I 36, is In a highly nervous second meal I For they were Belgrade, Yugoslavia.In spanned the series' entire history Colt Slew b luni.
COtUE11PL7JESww"NiicoJ state ao sensuous they tried all 1949, the United States announced He made the pilot film

TII Shtwt At "Dr. Crane," she tearfully varieties of food and sexual the Japanese had lost when he was only 5, but already -

1O0.4:30.l5BESTPIBTIIRE exclaimed, "we've been mar menus. more titan 200 planes In a single: a performer before wom.en' SPECIAL 85 : !

rled for 15 SOON THE rugged barbarian day of suicide attacks over Oki clubs and in community \an1;;; !_
4 years. tribes undermined the nawa. theatricals.

II] A "But ourmarriage Roman pristine stamina till * The Danny Thomas show

| Is Rome tell One year ago-Egypt, Syria filmed its final segment last W. T. GRANTS "a'.

t h rea tend But It was moral decay and Iraq signed a communique month following Danny's volun

OF THE YEAR For .my husband from within that sapped the outlining the structure of the tary retirement as a weekly television ]
was on a virile Roman Republic of Its new United Arab Republic. performer r
OP sales trip to a former tremendous strength. "General Foods begged Dan-

nr certain city In America needs to watch the AT THE THEATERS ny to continue," said Rusty at + 4. f rild4dt51IbIP
t tfstsotWAltll
: the West wherea
I handwriting on the wall I Such his Santa Monica home. "Buthe t
number of lewd behavior as evidenced rilMMND MIVI. IN thought It was time to quit. I
&; I suburban coopIes by the "wife swapping" craze Toili iW" ".sSffYS nd. Tomorrow".w..'Drumi". III D.III" and Af. How did I fel? Not sad, really I
TONIGHT! are ergag- .... "
You can't on doing the same
DR. CRANE reduces love and idealism to OHOVI go
ing In 'wife hog lot levels. Todaf and Tomorrow THIATm: .. ....,..... ot thing all your life. ,,
TNt MANAOMINTIinwnl swapping, as he called It. "LAKILAND o"'VI.'N "I haven't had much reactionat
wiortn till ftllawlnf Men who suggest such sex ,,.. I
"A few married will T'r'o : .tt.d" ODd "Til.
couples \
1 f ,trw fw th.tr .... ..w* ual deviations and all. Of course It might hit
*,. .ntortainnwnt value. thus go to a vacation spot for ( men usually Tod. POLK TMtATtaj" me next fall, when I would or-
start them) are partially and Tomorrow: Klula' C.u-
the weekend. Then they exchange .,.. .
-- Platonic, plus basically effeminate RORr YNtATIS. Wares .eerrrrrrrrr .
wives and
#l MOWN AT ?,10 ONLY IX"''SXOH. 0.0.1.-... ..M revel in Today' 'Th. Pr:,.
their adultery. too. SILVIN MOON iNIV1.IN I

"DRUMS TICHNICOLOft OP APRICA" MWtENCEOFARABIA "In fact, some of the wives chists.For such They men can't are become rnaso- Todi s'IItllll,..sNh"and"fofr J :r7oww"TT I. 1 >a.ll'F\ Illn oA, : OXFORD

even told my husband that it elT'1i.. r
a'i SHOWN AT SIN ONLYGregory sexually passionate until they AUBt11I'NDALAubu'D: Adfanp* ? .
saved their marriages from th. II...." :,Da>r C,....," and "In.AtfiilVlNBALt : t. qr.
Peek Tony Curtis rr.AUC, e.aNtN wnar aNw becoming stodgy, are whipped or imposed upon -Dal.' "A 1'1... WaltiBARTOW . /
jOCK H"S Joy newsMl1w."rl psychologically. 'Ts msad M. a.rA.ler' lad i LUMBER M V
"Captain Newman, M.D. lVWWMNUyH "They said their husbandswere I
And the mental
? rwMLlie "' "'' recognitionthat A4011n RK-r;;rll gdKlWlq'
..... : : : Cpu
1..1. C.lM> .. far more stimulating ." ,.
0i001a awNekirLWi4LiC6'ltly. 1 another man has taken 'In and "D.um, .1 AI. .. 1
-outdoor' M.n la U,. Mid'J'S 1 4
C.-SUrrlnf T'.raM'r.r. and attentive after silch a
their wife for the week-end, NOTED FOR
+ AA IiYMw ,
Angle Dickinson and weekend where they had Indulged thus [s"cVifLriV"r..in!! "II T,.,, 1 1
acts as a psychological wile 'e.n. arid.. for eN,I UNDERSELLINGSOCALLED
Bobby Darin In 'wife swapping tonic to their waning sexual tan-roth.rt" and 'Man from Oalr.. I 1
0 "Now my husband is nag vigor. LASS WALM-Bt.!.i JClMln1' Cou.tins CASH 1
ging at me to see if we can'tpersuade lad ''Dnno.nla nttt 1 DISCOUNT HOUSES Even the "Small
are C.pltnl: Kluln Cou.
"WIVES AND LOVERS"With some of our friendsto miliar with the male who enjoys PLANT cTT5iil'rlSlIW''Com( l, .1 i I Ne Charge far Delivery
JANIT LIIOM SHOW SATURDAY I schedule a similar weekend abuse and cannot function -I T:rror.;;' .trairod ana "Brik. therVni'lcvi.Vlorlda 1 "It's Finger Lickin' Good"

th.lly Wintm.-Mrth. M..rVan MORNING party. sexually unless he la Imposed .a: ''Is. ... 5.T"la Walki"and ''I full Ci..it For 1 .
"BUT IT -AI. MtrchandiM Rtturit4 .
Johrtxn me ev.nto
aIaRINO-eon. "comnlr ef 1
upon. : o- I.
Doors Opus '00 A.M.
: think of such swinish behavior "Kl.. o( the V.mnlr." andwfe
--'- I How can intelligent of Long"wife before swapping the recent," prominent wave- tf. A;"J1r.1: *&"rt';(1'T-'r1.and "-., I Go West for The Best 1 \\K "t" k vi a' idkicktK''
human beings over degenerateto men have demanded that 1 530 West Main/ 1
STARTS SUNDAYFirst such a low level?" their wives submit to other WNTim WJNTEB H\VEM HAVEN-Rltl H'....".Hud Dal.Qo" 1 Phone MU 2.2191 1drrrrrrrrrst

The remarkable Roman Republic males, much to the dismayand (!:ith lamMn and and Usin th. .l.r, :rQu':7.'od: DINNER
was launched by virtuous horror of the virtuous l.reulM U.rhalaN"w, _I .111MOIEY 8
Lakeland Showing pioneers who stressed
wives. 3 ; 1LUNCHEON
hard work, honesty and moral But, such males visualizethe pieces chicken, french fries,

/ Integrity. rape of their wives by the I cole slow, gravy, hot roll . . .
'+stn'tl44QF Then Roman morals de.
JarAUyyR other men and thus grow more
S TEwAR1 GFJ1NtERprrN. teriorated under Nero until
T erotic by such Indirect formsof
RPEDp abortions and "wife .
QO swap.ping" what we call mental mas
OMi were common occur turbation.
qY rences.

Laziness and the selling of Stumps of walnut trees with
I I Votes for wheat were also I interesting grain patterns can, Just tell us how much you need to pay

rife. And feasts even, the at fat the Roman sumptuous -sell. for as much as '$6,000 .I old bills, for home improvements, car I I

if' M EM degenerates would gorge to repairs, for all your seasonal expenses.

HURRY the full, then stick their fin : SURETY Phone for courteous service.
1 now prompt,
LAST 2 DAYS gers down their throats till i IONDEO I'' SPECIAL

tw W ELM.h ; they after which vomited they'd their gargle meal a, I 1 TERMITE I 11 to 4 Mon thru Sot.

sip of wine to wash out their I CONTROL 2 pieces chicken, french fries, f

mouths. _.____ _I I H I-I I i. cole slow, hot roll . . . . . . . . 69ALSO
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SYSTEM I Fri., Sat, SUit 11 i te 9 ,.m.
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":'" LAKELAND LEDGER Friday, April 17. 1M4 IS

. DEAR M NeYI MOUS! MAZE 1/i stcuRrryfDIO
ABBY. = P1NIr Eltitrki y 9i6H! frLANIUT
. 8 LICE Ate 4 h
- What'nlI'OblemHor Q. '

general rapty.! writ la 7 It/ of mrctt o s

Wh/ at's I In A Name? Abby Hllli., Colif loa, 336'ond ,IncludeMltcddrtMd Beverly e = SC FAQ I EE R ;0;

itomfMd envelope.
.n s Abby orawer ell 1 L, yAw
NiID 'f
Abigail. / Van Buren moll. uo

her and woman who was "DISGUSTED" because DEAR ABBY Speaking of Inflicting peculiar names on EETEES EXHAUSTING,POSING FDR.THE.T3ODDESS .
ion his WAS ONED00.TV ,
after named their little boy "HARRY" helpless Infants, my cousin in Birmingham named her daughters OT LOVE SO, DRINK'ELECTRONIC TRLE4K BUT EFS ONLY
having named
- their first two boys "TOM" and "DICK" DAISY, PETUNIA, GLADIOLA and ZINNIA. The next \rVEEl.STRKNaTHCM YW/' WAY I C1+rJ F[W ISH LIOD
apparently has I ,
never heard of the famous BYRD brothers time she expected a baby, she was all set to add another r- [W T1NL ;; ,.Ir

of Virginia. TOM was a very successful fruit farmer and flower to her garden of girls, but the baby was a boy. It ....

businessman who looked after his family's Interests. "DICK" didn't stop her She went ahead and named him IRIS. How r Jry

W.i none other than the famous explorer ADMIRAL BYRD do you like that? .
TII of South Pole fame.
Senator for
many years WILLIE The boy was lucky she didn't name him


I * * *

DEAR ABBY: What wrong with naming three iota TOM DEAR ABBY: I was interested In the mother's comment p I Iz

DICK and HARRY? I named our first son Dick. The second about her son naming his three boys TOM DICK and HARRY.

boy I named after hi* father, whose name was Harry. Then I think all three names are sensibler'What would she thinkof

J JI everyone kept asking me, "Where's Tom?" So, when we had a trio of little girls In Independence, Mo., who were named '1.11 C.reNS.

our third son, "That settles it. There's Tom!" JOY and
I 1 can't see WELCOME PLENTY? (Their father named the
where there was anything "disgraceful" about It. last one.)

: that grandma got all\ steamed DEAR ABBY: Twenty-four I married
her daughter-In-law naming her three sons, TOM, DICK and named Harry. He had two brothers whose names were Tom "' THREE MISSING. HAVE STOLEN THE ARMY"

HARRY I wonder what she would have thought of the womanin and Dick. Tell "Disgusted" not to worry. If her son's boys A .d rc 1 SPACE COUPE. Tl/l! I!

our town who named her three daughters, FAITH, HOPE turn out to be half as wonderful as these three boys, she will lT- W-i r_ TNa AtYSTRy 1
be lucky AGi.


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55 13 a 4
Home Entertainment Equipment

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nd 111-T.an. Tu._ Rnfh ...dr t., .u.p..n Tenn. Tu...... 10 Stables. ,
ILI 111-Tama. Tu."' s. 11..4. lei .u..n T.rn. T"."' philosopher tree
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1:11-ow.. Orw Jr, AwtMn Jr. . ". Clu... D".. OU ILL f I KNOW t WAS WHO PO YOU
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18 ,- populo: 37 Originated. 58 Slipper,

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5 Void 29 Keystone. 47 Reticule.

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8 Fern name. 32 Youngest son 50 Ditch.

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( j 4 AN) TNi EIRE? friAKGRf CUT ALL OP M'ff4' YiiR ?
BUKAVU Kivu Province the' Youth :King Announces TKIAL POINT)
Cuban OP TNi
Congo (AP Five MINNIS 70001 ARa 00Ni! DiOR e MlMION 7 1
) policemen! h .-
Plans I y0V AYr Wi ., y
0 10 It--eunahina eaomnino A'ana.S laaniari. were killed and a number of Fear Draft; Wedding : /I I ADYIfiR, (" I I DIVIDG UPI +u 'L!+.w..Jta J y I ',- I,I J

t OOtn4ualr On ParanaII civilians injured Wednesday in
-Omar"ana lIt Wark ATHENS, Greece (AP)-King
t __.1._ ".....M' a raid blamed on African gangsof Panic
S'4.-4.u Carat Reported Constantine announced today
... Of WSwrinla.SPt
.Io-JOI n
r rebel leader Pierre Mulele.
. ..., Of .... that he will marry Princess
fee.-ern Off __ .
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MIAMI (AP) One of 28 Anne-Msrie of Denmark on r I// \

youths fleeing Cuba to evade Sept. 18 O I I I / I'1 Y.r / S l NI f

RELIABLE SERVICESFor the military draft, which also The 23-year-old monarch, who

serves as a labor pool, says succeeded to the throne March

Any Job You Have "there Is panic among young 6 on the death of his father!
men" because of It. '
King Paul, told a news confer

I INSTANT SERVICES BY CAPABLE. The exile, Angel Robaina, 18, ence the wedding would take,

INSURED PERSONNEL laid Wednesday he had escaped place In Athens It will follow' LT. FULi1 M3U UAVt WEIb

from a stadium in Oriente Prow = NGLD R A A LOOSE PULL
a slx-month for
Venation, Fill-Ins ince where 900 draft youths Paul. mourning y. 6iCOND; I I VA'Nj THREAD OFF IT } C I .: t nC.

Housecleaning Yard Work were concentrated. Anne-Marie will be 18 on Aug NONn S

Robaina was one of 48 refugees 30
Baby Sitters IBM Op rotor arriving in three boats rt
Constantine and the Danish+

PBX Operator Office Help Etc. Wednesday princess. have been engaged ....

Lost weekend 28 other youths since January 1963 and before ..

DAY NIGHT who didn't want to be drafted his father's death planned to --- 1
arrived by boat. 1 G
marry next January But with
The Castro government has his accession to the throne and -

DAY 682-6620 said draftees will be used to because of his youth, court circles nM

NIGHT 686-4426-682-5565 harvest sugar cane and other felt a royal wedding would V (S

crops. strengthen hit position.

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Prices EffKtJv April 16 Tkni 18 '

: ,! i J LAKELAND STORES ONLY Whole or Shank Half10tol4Lb.Avg.

I ; 1010 E Rose St. _' .
,,,. ( (No Center Slices Removed) 39c

j \ 813 S.FloridaAVe. Per Pound

\, i Quantity Rights Riurvwl (Butt Half Lb. 450)
1 I Ir

V a ic aR / w.tli/ehliIIlhl Al l M
r BUTl1ER LI Boneless Roast 69c
y I Beef Stew . u. 19c
LAND SUNSHINE '' FREE !' Ground Beef .5 IBs. 1.99

Limit One With $5 C Half CURRIER &IVESDinnerware ; Sliced PALM RISER Bacon . 49c
Or More Order 9 00

Per Pound . . u. ng. 49c
w"" ArallablAt Your Favtfita ( Pork Loin . L. 59c
VENT VUE This Week Currier & Ives
YELLOWFresh BraunsciweigerSELECT ". 49c<

Corn 10 Ears 69 I Potatoes 5 A U C E R SLICEDBeef '

liver . 39c .
FANCY TENDER With Coupon from Book and $S or MonPurchaw
29 'I 0 Lb. 49 C RrdwM* Itcabed th..Iuolole. In. The Mail Cauponi tar O1nn Praia wo Ttia,.,CurrUr Special t..lva..<..In.Dlnnerworo a Seeelol looVletYe lenvt. TARNOW,SLICED COOKED OR I
Asparagus . . . . . Lb. .OJ, Tar Value Hoff.Copy At Tour of Coupon Mendly Book KWIK In CNK Store er If WINNDIXILFree You Baked Ham 6 'L Pk"- 63c r.'I:
Did Not Receive Your 'In The Mail'
FANCY VINE RIPE'i t ,.. . oW' Sausage . . 3 ... S100
; *tt Tomatoes 39
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1 Unit Om Of YM? Okt

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FARMHOUSE FROZENCream Pies 3'ASTOR $100 [I; GIVE] PI1ChS B 5 No.Limit ChokiSAVE 2tt flit Cant S I 00 [I] KRAFT'S Cheez Sharp KRAFT'S CRACKER Cheese Whiz.BARREL MELLOW.1e 11 is.is.OR Pi.Jar 39c 49< \

Dank . 6 For $1 I -I SAVE e. swn's, 2Je THRIFTY MAID CALIFORNIA I I Swiss Cheese I.. Pi. 33t

GIVE . Size 39' Tomatoes $looWE Cheese B or- Pk. 33,
Peas 6 *lo GIVE
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No. 300 Cans [f .EXTRA TOP...VALUE... STAMPS.
Beans OL "Ihi..p Mi rnl.W.1 I
5 10.10 nil" $I 00 12 Cans loo Juice / / 546 LGnit $100 oo_ 150 Pinky Pig Slclnlost I.
Flu Wionars 49
Cheese . 5 Fer $100 I[ -I j Limas 303 C.. 2-lb. Pkg. e [jiJ *.Valid. Tkrovek_ Aaril II
00- . limit Four IDe Bars / 0 Limit Twe 39 Wl 1id1: .
FREE! 500 Extra WE GIVE LIVE mMrMCt t&M/WlmlM1

When TOP You VALUE Clip and Redeem STAMPS All The [III j Cans 303 $100 T WlrlS I . 6 Pk Pak,. Jge l I lYJ I wMk rklt' OMioee PwchaM Nnm ead.af MM Saladi Aay pvrdwM TwePnlm.no ofWith I

Valuable Coupons In This Ad. we GIVE Spriads or Calatins
Q1A11A6M11Ct4160Ai{ Ull>UAMt { li''V'' . 10 Cans 303 $100 dread 2 20.i.Lo..1 41C m>>j'rmmj'm\'ilIm\rm: \' \ \ I
EXTRA TOP VALUE STAMPS .' . [lfJ J )tm.ulNl .f.UN.N.ll.lNJ1'Q
Wtk|" Tna PurtkaH Any Site ;::
Tarnow '
IIMIT MOM ONI.Lisa Pll CUITOMII Pizzas. Sauce .2.j! (. 300 25 21i9 6. e 1.--:
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Coff. GkEa. 79c Breaded ulUrlae t::: 98e Crystal Pur
Oysters LbPkg.99Oood < ; Mlrael MillCarPoGsh ,
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Engineers Pick Ft. Pierce Lake TO CRKDITORt- -NOTICE OF BALI LEDGER

COURT IN AND FOR You ar. hereby notified thatrnllnwlna the ADV..TIUMaNTU.LC

Cancer Fund FOLK COUNTY, FLORIDA' motor vehicle I : lOb onoblle NOTICE
F. P.KAN. *R.. 1>*.**..< h. inld at public *.1.| .1 that by order .f lbs Cltr
j Man As New To All Creditor Sod Peraon HInt .". 10'09 oninrk on th* loin' of May, mle.lnn of trCity of C'nr
Chairman Of DistrictLakeland Drive CUlm or Pvrnand AtIHlald ... t l?ft4, .t nil Hall 11 ,,1.I..t Florida, a hearing will b*Laklad.

OpensEAGLE Ketit: 4W, Vt Inter Haven, Florida. Th.p".II. Ott In th. CommlMlon Room of ti*
You, and each of yon, arC her. of the ..l. will b* sp- Cloy Hall *t 19'oo '.m. on tee
by notified to fll. In duplicate all piled to Ih. piyment of th* Coal 4th day of Ma', l 1)54, for the
General Hospital LAKEVolunteer. rlalm and demand which you .if rtklnt. .Ift.lnll and MIs 40r pn>* of n'Otsldorhng pr a p a /u.4
yesterday was the setting for hv atalnut the ..ilal of 0. I-'. ..Id motor vehicle and th. roilnibllcatlon OIr I rm-ndment to Ordlnanr No, 1000,
In Eagle Lake have launchedthe RICAN, CR. draed In th* 01. of notice of sale .nd recla.mfylna lbs mnln nn the
: the annual election of the Di.. fire of Richard A. Bmnion, C"un. ,hen to Ills Htlifactlnn of thehaiaoco rollowlnl described londn. to-wi,

trlct Three Florida HospiuAisoclatlon's : 1964 Cancer Crusade JoinIng ty Judas, at 1:1" ethos In III.CotIrt du* under She ennli re..1 IxH t thrnurn 4. Bloflc I ofaloiitin'i
tome 2,000,000 volunteer list,.. lit 1Iorto. 'lold.. willS John R. and I.ucli. Wo'dscd SubdivisIon lorateil
officers. j ,, wlthl alx rlndr month from 5025 l Au.. TN"'. winter 1I..n, at th. 8W canon ef Parker
The morning session which .. throughout the U.S. helping I In April 1*. ISiS whIch In th* date Of Pie coverlnn the fln.nclnt or SINaI and rnl.h.m A vet'je I
q.it th* flnt publication I of thIs nolte.I ..ld motor vehicle. ,
4 Any iunvlll "
now loned a* C.IA (Corn" '" nl
consisted a business meet. the American Cancer Society hack claim or demand must b* In h* paid to you, and Toymln will to b* rtnnd sod reclassified a*

Ing and election of officer. L I annual educational and fundraising .writing most .tt. tr* place addr.o"r. llabi for any balancenalnlni re. C.I (Commercial' .
reldnc and pose unpaid lod.F said COli-
All Inlere.t.d parti** and rill
and the afternoon
seisloi basso,,
of the nlalrant, mimt rct deelrln" further InformatIon
campaign ama
which was an education pn to and moot b* filed a. af ore.s ii. ASSOCIATES DUCOUNC'ORPORATIOV with reference th* propooettamendment
.7 Mr. Mary Durd, Crusade or .1.! same will broom void ars ,. In con.
gram was attended by rqresentstives /./ 0. r BRAN JR. D, T.. B WMEELRR: Jr. null th. Amended requested Zonlnv *lp ,r

of 28 Florida chairman for the Society Administrator n B. KntiirkvLaktland th. City of lakeland In th* offli .
C-tU_ "Florid nf th* Cllv BuIlding" Intpertor at
hospitals. tL Eagle Lake Branch Hated the
td'It -.4 tr.'". th. City Hill, ''k.lad. riorlda.whlrh .
Elected as. chairman was td primary objectives of the NOTICt TO CREDITORS' I* an eihlblt to and a part
Edward LaFond of the Ft. IN THE COUNTY NOTICE OF REPOSSESSION >f the above detcrlbed Orllnanr
April drive. JUDOI't COURT IN AND FOR Mlehlg.n NO 1M..
Pierce Memorial Hospital He POLK COUNTY. FLORIDA You ar* hereby notified Ih.1 An opportunity to b* heard at
succeeds Earl E. Reese chit "Through our educational IB hal| Rtat ofCLAYTON the undenlcned AMorlat DI. it Id Sims and plar with referent
LOGAN, aunt <'Or""lIolI will lilt at pIth- 1* saId amendment will b* tlven,
engineer at the Lakeland hoi \ message we expect to save Dci. lo *al. on th. IT day of AprIl ,./ U R. UHL'MAV'

pital who will take over as , lives from cancer today" she To AH Crtdltor and Per on. Slav- Iftft4, at I o'clock a m., th. follinf ". City Clerk-Comptroller
.- inS Claim Aialn Bald Rtat described motor vehicle' City of Lakeland, FlorIda
state chairman In October. said, "and through our fundraising I You and each of you, ira h*.... "if I : sos ml Pnntle Chief t .
'i.- by notified to file In dupllrit.Elalm alt door Motor VehlU*, Btrlat Num7MHllt4 ., a.1.
Oth r _.N med appeal we expect to and demand which you < whlih wa .pna..d NOTICE
S save lives tomorrow" hsvs a.aln.t th. ..tat* of CLAYTON from you by th. underpinned. This TOt I/nn Cornell, 131 South New
Also elected IS district of. IXJG4N' whonS Mil ...m. ,I., motor vehicle |* stored at Paul York,Avenu. Lklnd Florida

ficers were Charles E, Emer- Mrs. Burd said she was con HENRY CLAYTON JXX1AV, d. s'rIOl"IIoinn and win b* sold You ere hereby notified thit
cooped In th* offlc of RICHARD el uld addree*. You hvrlvlle She he following motor .hlcl. lOiS
'I son of Clearwtter vice chair. fident that "all people of Eagle A. TRONSON, County Juda, .1 ,> .* of redemption of said Chevrolet 4 Poor, Jt.. .Fe A,
his office In She Court Houi atBorlow notorehlcl. it any time before will be told Solo
and William Harford of
I man; Lake will respond to the Cm Florida. within .li rindar th. dais of Said .I. by the pay. 11'07':In ..m. o'clock l on the ind
I Tampa who was re-elected as month from March IT Hftl. mont In full of the follow
sade, and will give a neighborly lay of AprIl 1M4. at 115 B Millourl -
which I* the lI.t. of th. first pucation amollnl.: Avenu lakeland Flnrld.
secretary.The reception to the ACS ( of thl nolle Each cl.lm Arniuunleif. unpaid lIme bat.am The proceed of"the sole will h*
only Polk County man or demand must b* In wrltlmum duo en Initallment applied flrit to lbs payment of

to be elected to an office was volunteers who will call with stats th* plae of ".Id.nr. silos contract ,,. .," UOUIII t h. co.li of retaking, itnrlng and
and pot offlc addce.u of tho In* accrued default ..1. paid motor '.hl l. and
Larry Markley county maintenance life-saving literature. claimant, must b* worn to and chart .. .. ..... ."... 1 1In TtO lbs o ot publication ef nolle
superintendent, who The chairman stated the following Hunt b* filed a* aforesaid, orim .1. l coet* of relkln, vs.painlot I I.Iorlnll n' .1. sod Ih.n 10 tho astlnsclion
wlU bom void. rpoMinf and if lbs biiance du* under th* contract -
wai re-elected to his third DISTRICT INGINtERS CHAT WITH UKIUND MAYOR Meyer H.rU' GI....., lee.,4 volunteers are helping /., RUTH_ M. LOGAN If default at tlm covering the financing of
director. aseestriLCsee of repoeneeilnn icdd ..Id motor vehicle. Any surplus
term as state Iran right chiN with Chris nawrf .(..... Hictn of Wtrrlct Thr**, 'lerl4.l H.lr l Awcl. in Eagle Lake: Mrs. Tonn fifteen (I" day ..... 11.11 rill b* paid te you and you will
Henry R. Hinkley president tion, which less I. &...* .,,* ,."'.....,. Skews fc.>. art, from His l.ft Uw.r! LFn l ol the Frt Welch, Mrs. Barbara Daniel, . .... 71.10
COURTTH b l' chart .
of the Hospital Engineers Association Mrs. IN THI CIRCUIT emilnlng under said eon.tract.
'lerco Mmorml rUtart.l, h.ls! ....; Ch.rUi I. I"' ..... *f Clrwtr vice ca.I...*.; ...,*, Josephine Wales, Mrs. TSNTH JUDICIAL Cl"- Total amount duo for r*- Inp.ld

briefly to the in Florida session during spoke 0,4 WiIli .. Hrtf.r4 .f T.mp, ..c.....,. (Ledger Phot, by Hughes Nadine Scud Mrs.Feagm Alma Mrs.Clark Florence Mrs CUlT COUNTY IN FLORIDA.AND FOR IN CHAN'POLIO ,, vehicle derrptlun..of. ...said. ,.. ..motor. .. .. hell 1 1yment PEOPLES LAKELAND BANK 0,

ebove total .mounl
Lakeland, Florida
their morning session. Ruth Davis Mrs. Minnie Ho MARQUIS M. AYRRS.and 3 duo redemption shall b* mid to tf '41,

Mayor Harold Grizzard comb Mrs. Martha Young, 4M.UN! V, ATtR, his .wlf. ) r >ervlc* of any nolle I mad* up.on :
Plalnllffi, Aon.wi.ta Plwount I ('onpuns.bion NOTICE TO CREDITORS
spoke to the afternoon session Floyd Varner, Mrs. Jennie -v.LESLII ..- t29 7 Woodward Frndi, IN THE COUNTY JUDO.1'1

as did Fire Marshal C. Reynolds Mrs. Joe Coler, : C. McCRAW. .t ala. 011cC. COURT IN AND FOR
Pefendtnt Dated IbIs 10 ItS v of April, nit POLK COUNTY, FLORIDAIN
W. Cumbee. Sherwood Smith, ,. I Mrs. Evelyn Simo Mrs. Ruby NOTICE 'OF' SUIT A*<
hospital administrator was __ Brown Miss Barbara Este "TATB' Vf HXRIDA TO: CORPORA nON, FLINT
People National, Fund. hoc. I By II.' B. Kl'tTH.U.IU. tiereaied
also introduced.The and the O. A. .. 111 Ird A..nu. To All Ci,.."Ullr ant Prine

speaker for the afternoon ,t Mrs. Burd said the goal for New New York. Having or Demand
YOU ol'tJ1: NOTtFIF: IN THE CIRCUIT COURT 01'I Agalnit PaId .:.t.l:
session was James M. I Eagle Lake has been set at hat: a suIt for moriia f'rocio- THE TENTH JUDICIAL Cl". You *nd' each you ar. hone

Clontz. an engineer for Nalco $200 and Polk County's goal .u. hU boos filed assinat you I CUlT IN AND FOR "OLK ho notified to fIle In dupll.1 all
In th eabovarn 1111.4 IIIIMI; a"d COUNTY, FLORIDA.IN claims and demand you
Chemical Co. who talked on at $30,000. She stated
L anyoneIn hat you are hereby required to CHANCIRY.'KDFRAL h..agalnit the eilit of GroverC
"New Concepts Of Water Eagle Lake who does not terv* a your anise or NATIONAL MORT.IAOK Flint 1 decea.ec, In th. offli

receive a call from a crusader il her ,; rno defame* upon .5, ASSOCIATION, a corpo. u if Richard A. Rronion, CntnlvIdpa
hlirdln ".I.r.on, Jr. Pin In(Ifittoiney '. naIl onocean lied under an Act I a M. offlc. In the Court
& ___ may send his contribution whom addrem !I' nil IIr C one'... and .il.tlnpur.u.. HOUM Bartow, Florida, within
to her at 249 3rd St rt Urn Htnet Lakeland, Flod '"- mt to th* edrl Nutlonal ill clndr month from March
", on or before the Slit day 01 Mot..II' llocl.llol1 Charlor 2 7, 1|<4, which I* th* data of She
RockefellerWins Eagle Lake. My, UU, and bafor or limedlitelr ,- Act, I first publication of SkI notUe.i.a .
thert.fler to fll* will, Plaintiff <'h claim or demand mont h* In
: Ih. Clock of tha, .bova 1I'lod vrltlng, boost mt. lbs pile of
The Smithsonian Institution (ourt th. oilvlniil of saltS .n.w.. DANIEL'SGRAYLIcJIS *t al. I eildtnc and pout offIce addrci
Liquor or aald written dfooocs. if any I of th. claimant, mont b* worn tn
new Museum of History and ort uiTUllwCue >
TM aauttmc ks to forerluif a NOTICI sod mu.. b* filed a* .afore.ald
_ _ _ _ _ Technology In Washington Is a morttag upon th* followlnf trrlhed .- No. t24>.IJ.irt 0'> .li* .." will hcom voId

Bill _ permanent exposition of Ameica's property, to-wlt: TATK? OK FLORIDA T'Ol THH FLORIDA NATIONAL
lot 14, ('OX AND PATTFR DANIEL B. cultural civil military and SON'S RAILROAD ADDITION MARY I. ORAYI.RHK, i ilf hisS B, La..r.nr at. Lane

political history. The development to Lakeland, Florida, .crord.Int ., Jfl7 North 14th lit....1. Vic Preelrlent and

: ALBANY. N.Y. (AP) Go\ of science and to plt thereof rooided Terre Haute, Indl.n.1; and Trust Officer
technology I In Plat Book I, pan I*. pub. JAM J. WILLIAMS sod A.M7I .
Nelson A. Rockefeller was back manufacturing are also shown. tin record of 1'olk CounlY, LINMR D. WILLIAMS, I bin

on the national political trail FlorId wife, who.* addraii I* soYOU _
If you fall to do an, decree "rnronr. known NOTICE TO CREDITORS
' today after a victory in a lpe. .."" will b* entered ..nln. ARB: HEREBY NOTIFIED IN THE COUNTY
t_ _ IN tI5CIsCtJIT COUNT 0TMt In tht a suit for ,mortnic 0..10.
cial session of the legislature TINTH JUDICIAL CllCUIT .-you for th relief\ demanded JUDO.lt COURT IN AND FOR
Iou .
1110 ('"",,pl.lnl. tins been filed ,.In.t you Inlbs
which approved his controver. L 0* FLORIDA, IN AND WITNUHH: my hand and official ahnv enlltltd can.: and that ta Ki POLK K.COUNTY t. of FLORIDA
sial liquor reform ..al. of office at Bartow, Polls roil are hereby required to servo DANIEL. ,
i IN CHANCIAV Florida, this Seth day or a ropy of your an.wer or other 0 TODFR.De .
ounty. .
But he left behind persisted : SUIT TO roftCCLOSI RIALISTATI April, h'4' rltten ".?coons upon J HARD- <* ned.To .
All Creditor' and P
IN .
SLOAN Jr. PRTKRRON JR. plalntlfItnrney
!>. It ,
rumors that his success was due OTHIB BILItFQEOROB log Claim Agln.t Bald . *:
15.51)' Clark of th* Circuit Court shoes add* I* I 517Kent .
In part to a bargain with U.S. L. JENNIsna, ''U.U Mm gtreet lakeland Flila ,-, You, sod sari, 0' 701. .r. Pars.by
fI.rl4.1 Plaintiff on or b.for* lbs nth diy fIt notifIed to (115 dlpl.lt. all
) Charles leaderof
; Buckley.
lalm. and dmand
STAT INSINIER OFFICERS CONFER AT HOSPITAL Three ...t. .lfl<.n ef the -v. April, ISM. and before or Immelelv you.
the Bronx Democratic f). A. 1R01ANO, U Anrlll.ry IN THt CIRCUIT COURT CTHt thereafter to fIle with the, hays ,,..In.1 lbs e.t.t of DAN.KL
organ Htaitl Englnnn AitocUrloii are ihwa .bus talking with Sh.", *** Smith right Lktlnd Gn.rl Admlnlitritor of th. I-iat.: of TtNTH JUDICIAL Cl... Clerk of th* abov .tried Count Q YODF.R. ".. ..d, In the
Iza tlon. .. CUlT IN AND FOR POLCOUNTY ulfics ot RICHARD A.
Some Bronx legislators voted Hiitl'l; .ominlirntor. Tk.y ..., Iran Hit lilt Erl I. R*..., chief .nin** .t L.II.r.l *.'. 'EDITH-.*..di I W KUQEMO ROWLAND IIOLMCN.BKCK l> FLORIDA IN CHAN. lbs written orlina def.n.e) of Mid. If an.wer.n). or 'I'hh mild i I, County. Judge, at his IROSIOS.c..I:

bill hospital *.. choirmn-.lct *n l past chlrmn .f Diitrlct Thr.; Leery M....'.', cftunry main.tn i JH, .. executor of th* C CRY, loft .*ek* to foreclon. a mnrl. Court Iloune at Bartow, ..
for the In opposition to r:,,.<. ..( EDITH W. ROW. FKIiKHAL NATIONAL MORTDAUK 3 the deicrll i whIm ilx ralendar month from
'.1* upon following
.rlntt..4ntt ...t. eel H.nry R. Hinkl.y" .*.Id..t. ABHtiClATIO't a. corporation 3 4 which li the date
most Democrats This support nt iy, aircr r> I.AND. 0 "...eil: MIM>RKD <: property to-wIt. r.IT.:IT.I
OONNrM.T. Hll'OKNIH' ormnlwd under .n RuA > of this no.
U of
The R feet Lot U sod
was reported to have been givenIn WIUARll JIRHT CONURK. Art of Conire all .nlshios th. We.t 10 feet of Lot 91 11% lira J.ch Halm or demind mu.'
exchange for Rockefeller'! CIA TION A L, CHLRCW.; Cllmert.vllliv ,,"'.lIant In th* fcdral Na. foncanler Shores Buhdlvldot1U n* In must stats the place
New Nw York, ANN KOBEL, 1lon l Mortsaa A.."oclatlot Alfred Florida, .. .how.,. if resident' and office ;
pledge a bill that would J..tic Dept. Oppose '. droop of th I.tt muet' h
jo,sign letiteee .nriew th* will ofKDITH Charter Act, by Mp or Pint thereof recorded ..
le and filed
permlt'tandidates hi primary; W. ROWLAND, I>ertt. Pi.litUfRAYMONDA In Ih* orric of the ('I.rle sworn
'd: CAHRIK VAN I. WAI.K.KB. -k. of Ih. Circuit Court In and fun ifore.ald or else! earn vlll b.
to be .listed on the ballot In a : CL.AHA UTNKRNHKIM.' NrrI'ES'YFr.PT.nll Polk County, Florida, In Flat iom* void
alate. ER BESHIP! Q('IdLKY, OFRT. wife, JUANITA I. NEt Book JT "'..* 14. V. t pLK4dmlnllr.lO'
Mail RI'MO BnADT. KMMFRIWBAKRR KNKBI.nT': and I/KWIH W. Including but not C.T.A.
Rockefeller told Plan To Fight Obscene epeclflcully V..".
a news con MABFt BRUNT TOMLIVHON and KORBIB by way of limitation the following -

ference It was "unfair" to attribute I. A U R\ tOM.ETTK: 1.11.Io'RAlllIoR. .* TOMLINHON. hI. wife., turn of equipment (IBKni CALL FOR aba
IRKNR PATTlHON. PefmlnrituNOTICS and Oven I'nlt* Mode
such motives to the RLRANOR: Ill'KHO, BERTHA OF SUIT 5.5 720, M gal. lUltlgli I fcle. trlWl < NOTICE TO
Bronx delegstes. t5in tyira Cimr I be allowed for compliance. If person a Judge of what was obscene -.ITNKhNpPIMKR: : shove TATH Of KIHtPA TO: "r H. tr OINIRAL CONTRACTORS
I .It.UAN KIMIKLFT. HOW Raymond A. N.uenf"lrtt and wllluanlla If you fall to do *o, decree r."f Polk Cunty, Cantos, ClaIMs
Rockefeller a candidate for WASHINGTON A new plan the sender persisted in the mailIng would restrain free distribution -AND MrftKFNHICIMER: ft r.. Muiifldt, Addr.. roof...., will b* entered .IOOI Nolle I* hereby given that

it the GOP presidential nomlna designed primarily to block obscene he could face fines ranging, of mail provoke Unwarranted FIR WRATHFRHFH: MASON RVllERKBT NOTIFIF.DIh.t you for th* relief dem.nd.d In tba; SEA 1.1 BII will b* received,
b y County Cnmml
tion, said settlement of the dispute mail matter from reach to $5,000 or Imprisonment for' prosecutions, a n d ,NELLIe,f KDITH WRATHERBFR W. ROWLAND Heir a ault for morlgnge frscio- nmplalnl WirNGHIt my hand sod offlcl .I :loner, of folk: County, Florid I '

over liquor legislation had ing teenagers In their homes has five years. could even encourage blackmail r>.,.....I; unit povxLn DAVID lure ha. been filed *.aln.t 'oI "..1 l of nfflc at Baitow. Polls t Ihe County Commlulonr*
'encountered Assistant Atty. Gen Herbert PATTON and Wife, EVELYN n th. abov entitled taueal .od nunty, lorlda, this nib d.y 01, oard Meeting, In the Court
freed him to "concentratf' reluctant against a house that mailed i Its U PATTON, hat you are hereby required In 0 lam,'h. U". Iiooaa Annex at 1.0"', ..Iorlt.,
more effectively on the national Department opposition 1, Miller Jr. told the House 'goods 'r.lIsnI- ..rv* a copy of your an.wr i"r (SEAL) 10 to S ::3D AM ", th* .
householder Postal Committee that whilehe NOTIC1 OF rOMCLOSUNt other written defenar upon J. I). M 8LOAV. JR. d." nf April, 11114, for .1 malrlal
.i Under the plan a '
scene. llardln Petereon, .lr.. plalntlMulorney circuit loll labor noreMiry the Artcll.
I Won ApprovalThe TilE; BTATK OP LORIOA Clerk of th* Court
Within a few hours after the I receiving offensive matter addressed commended the objectives of I TO: shoos address I. hi? Dpi LILA B. FOUNTAIN, lIon I to the Polk County Hto<'kad*
It wa ''I..t Mm. NIcest, lakeland, Klorla. ulldlng, Bartow, Plan
to any member of the the pending legislation bill hai won approvalfrom KUOFNB: HOI.LRNBFCIC, JR.a Deputy Clerk 'Iorld.
legislature adjourned Rockefeller before the tl.t day i 01 and iiwulfltatlon, fll.
unconstitutional. 1 It Fiecutnr if th* F>tkt* or on or u.l1r. .r. on a
signed the bill and left family could request the postal patently a subcommittee and appeared ; r.DlTH W. ROWLAND D.. Mop, 1944. and befnr fir: imm.daicly 'ho office of th. Architect, .
authorities to tell the sender to failed, he held to comply with to be almost certain i of 0".ed thereafter tn with NOTICI ('lyd* I'arller, Room 40, Alcnma'
by private plane to resume his the of the due 4 Rei-ond AT.., Glover.vlIUMILDRKn Ills Clerk of the abov* styled Nolle I I. hereby given that.e.lnd Arcado, 4.ls11 k* Wale. :r'pl.n. *,
campaign In Oregon's presidential remove that address from his requirements prompt acceptance from the N. Y. Court th* orl ln.1 of .sid ..n.w.rII' hid will b* received I by "hon* tins copy sal!d
mailing list. A fixed time would process clause, would make any parent panel. nONNELI.T, said written dofonocu. If an:,. lie Hoard of County Commlxloi and ipeclfltatlnn may b.
preference primary. IL Wtihlnrlnn Bt., Olovr.vlll This *ult eek* to forerlo* 0. on of Polk County, Florid, up 10 >talned at lbs nffu of laid
While the bill did rot go as "My home is my castle," ln ., N. Y. nnrttas unnn th. fnllowlns *. "SO o'tliHk AM, TiiMday, April "re hi let t upon th* depoilt of
Glenn Cunningham EL-OHM" L. W1LLARD, i-rlhed property, luwitlint 2M, li4! to h* opened Immediate 100 rn rotaoe t of Document,
far as Rockefeller wanted In Doctor Says Some People terjected: Rep R. r>. 1, Hnuteman Bt. 4 and th* North I feet nf ereafter and publicly! read for sail depo.lt will b* returned InShe

f creating a free retail liquor R.-Neb., sponsor of the ...,fI.ld. N. 1'. lx>t I, HlTCHKlXa >I>DI-. rnlnhlng to Polk County HKITtCI.NJ > Contractor upon th* retursof
"and mail box I Is FIRST" C'ONOREaATIONALCHTRril : TION to Winter Haven Horl.da ) ( BTKhU: For .onpl" saId> plan. soil peclficatloni In
market the governor said It my accordlni to th* nut nlmum . ...* on.s spoolIt'stios good condition within fifteen (illdoys
embodied his basic objectives. May Be Born To Be FatHe a part of my home. I have a Clover.OII., N.w York lhrof rerordrd In Plat Book Chest p and Bid Form after the dat of the openingd
% right to determine whether this ANN KOBFL, 55 pee. U. puhllo I'norda or ror further Informalliin con bl and contingent upon Ih. re.
He called the special session, 121 Ocklnnd AT*., Olovtrt Piilk County, .'Inrlda.If musicale with, c. W. FIKI.DIM. "'"Ipt of a bona fid* bid from said
which convened Wednesday to AP gratify their emotional cravings kind of trash is coming Into It OYIII., N. Y. you fall to do *0, decree pro County Knglner, Bartow, HoridIh Conlra'III' Should th. bidder d*.
NEW ORLEANS. La. ( ) or not I have a parental right.I CARrtlK VAN d. WALKER 'onf.e.o will b* entered a."ln.1 Board ,....... the right I 00reject sire additional *et* of Dooum.nl
force reconsideration of his liquor he continued. "But our . tl. roust demanded In prIor to hid opining date,
Some people be born to [ have six kids." 11 Mr-Klnley Floss, Olovrivlll soil for | any or all bid. All BI Ionldrd ,.
may V. oh' fnmiilalnt.WIINKKM Hu'.nonl..to.. or material duelers ,
reform bill, rejected dur- experiments indicate that although *. N. : be mu.t b* ..ubmittidupnctte
CLARA LUSKF.NHEIMFR, my hand and ofricisiseal bid', t d..t,. a Sot of paId Documini,
of his children I" n firm lrni.h.d
be fat, a Virginia physician One Cunningham *
tog the regular session. there may be this com 144 N. Mom ln Ht, Cloven nf offlre at Barlow, Pol '.. by th* Cow"I". All BknuId ..m. will h* provided upon pay*

The bill eliminates a state ays. ,pulsion to eat, the compulsionis added received "some 01 vllle. N. T. ('ounl'l Florida, till lelb day of b* enclcned In a ...I.d mont to lid Architect lb. amount.
after he BKXPIFI jnoTrr: April, 1964. 01 110 no rover tha vot of ra.rndoc.nion
his trash" three mrked the
uItveIopO on
supported system in which distillers Experiments with fat rats and secondary to the abnormalityin ; years SI Clyd Hireet Cloven D. II. I/AN' Jr. oulside "Bid: on REI.NFORCIVKr therefor, saId gum b*.
mice to bear out had responded to an advertisement vlll, N TOERTRfDH Clerk ot the Circuit Court '' . In I non-refundable
have set retail liquor plump seem the fatty tissues.. tr..W :L, I 30 A M Tuedy, April
liana Iflc.iloni
and art
for stamps In a boyi PRADT, 2.. 1004"Ornlerad pe. rn
prices. It requires that prices this theory Dr. William Pat son, 010..... fib* for rvl.wl and mat.rlslatakeoff
"More than half the fat people The sender of the 41 North Htreet, In open ..1011 on April
Medicineat magazine. vlll. T CIRCUIT COURT Of THE In the offlc of th* Arc .l.
to retailers be as low as those chairman of Internal N. IN THE 1. 1184. _
I we see e at only one big offensive matter he observed. EMIo1 :RF.N BAKFR. TENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT \LAD.: ) I., I.
anywhere else in the nation Retailers the University of Virginia meal a day" he said "As a result had apparently bought a mailing 8to..... T.ke, Kulton Countr OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR (aimed) .: bid shill b. accomp.niod
IN CHANFORtCLOSURI -' by a Caahlen chick or Bid Bondth
barred Medical School said Thursday.The N. Y.MAftfCL FOLK COUNTY
however are they become fatter just list. Such lists are widely! BRUNT CIRY.MORTOAGI. WILMKR McCUTCHEON.< In amount of 1% of th* bid,

from selling below cost. I tests indicate that some like the experimental rats." available and are largely "al Ion 1':. Montfnmtrir It, I (1II1.n.dlp Chairman "IsYOhia to IT* Road of CnuSIyCommlasltn.rs
of the rodents fat as a result Jnhnitnwn N. V. \ Cue No. .29&4.1'.211 of Polk County,
The vote on the compromiseplan grow He said the whole problem of the bottom of this problem'" LAURA roiXfcTTK:, \ AHT! RIVER SAVINGS BANK, H. BIX1AN JR, Clerk (nrlda, a* avlde.ni of good faith

was 34-23 in the Senate and of abnormality in the control often frustrating The trading in obscene matter. net R Darker Street\ C Corporation, C.10 and guaranteeing that lbs aucres.Tul .
center of their brains Parson obesity proves John.lown N. T. Plaintiff, I bidder will eiecuie and furnish
in the Assembly.
80-63 billion -
to doctors, particularly because he held, has grown into "a LILA RAMER, -,. IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF 10 'I'b. Hoard ot County Comml
Democrats provided the margin told physicians attending a dollar Industry" NorthYlll., New Tork MELVILLE THATrHFR JR. THE TINTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT . m.r. of Pails Cnunt Florida,
of In the Senate 29 postgraduate course sponsored "you see people keep dietingand ELF A NOR victory. dieting and yet going backto Miller who heads the depart 51 i.v.n.on Ht., irhenClady HATCHER, COUNTY, FLORIDA.IN llcen.ed In do ... In
Republicans and 5 Democrats by the Alton Ochsner Medical ment's criminal division told N. rBFRTHA Defendant CHANCERY 'I'Ionids for 500" of th* Contract
with 30 votes foundation. overweight : LU.NKEXHEIMER NOTICE OF SUIT IN MORTe I DFRAL NATIONAL, MORT.HAUl' Itch-c. within ten (101 day after
voted for the bill became "You can't help but wonder If the committee that a Urge problem OROVB, GAGS FOReCLOSURE' : AHMOCIATIOV, a col'poration being' awarded th. Contract, aCidbond

needed for passage. In the Assembly Parson said other rats perhaps it be due to a complex In this field was the lack ID W Sills Av.., dloTer 1'0: MKLVILLB TIUTIiEJt.IIt..nd organlied und.r an ActCongren. guaranteeing-* perform.
the bill was supportedby obese because of an abnormality may of obcenity VIII. N V.IALI.lak wife, VIRGINIA ANN .r and eilitlng pur.u- on c of saId: contract, .IIr*.
metabolite abnormality we of a clear definition < (8LET. THATCHERYOU ant to th* Kderal atlonal'rtgaf "of ai-M bond to b* by

73 Republicans and 7 Democrats In their fatty tissues don't understand. After It might be better. he soot Norman At'*., Ran' ..' Aiioclatlon Charter h. cold, Contractor.Ul .

with 78 votes needed for "We've always assumed that carry' the were Plea-n Calif. .nd your unknown tpouiiei, andoil Act, bid. ihould b* placed In arollinS
Ing On these animal experiments -suggested, if attempt IIOWARI MTNKEVHFIMER 'Unknown parties clilmlnc In. Plaintiff, .ddre..d envelope, sealed,
people who are obese eat to define what created Olover and .lIalOiI -....- 10,1 iddre.aed to th. Board otunty
passage. aren't cocky about made to II W. tUb AVI. ( ,.r .> by, throuih
so I
_ _ _ _ we
vllle, N Y. you, ind ill unknown pirtlr HOWARD' T. HARDIVn of, Comml..lonr., Pulls Conn.Horld .
the obesity problem anymore." prudent FIJIir.: WEA1IIERBEB lot or clnlmlni to lana any !hcfevIeolo.I I to. *,' Court llou** Annex,
MAsON tItle I or Inttreet In the ha"1 NOTICI OF SUIT Barium, Flurlda, and to* name of
Smathers Asks Report On Cites Example PheIpi "t.. Jnhnxiown N. TBEM.K relnfter deirrlbed, *r. Cue N*. t er.12.tti Iho> project' ehoiild b* pliced' onfiiimlil
I of how WRATIIKRBKK, ,lifted that a Cnmplilnt' tn ATM ()*' KI.')HIDA TOt tho of Ih. .n.lop and
Poles RestrictU. He cited an example Hielp. St Johntiown, N. TTX5NALD r...>*. a certain Mo't.... on the HOWARD T. HARDIN4 and wards nl'o: : that "P'
the proposed new law might DAVID PATTON: rollo"lnl dmcrlbed properly to. rll.RKV: : F. HARDINO, bin .aid project.hiring .
Integrationists By FBI "Assume he Ind wlfn EVFT..YN 1,. PATTON "III wire, when address la un the eon.lructlon of saIdbuildIng '
work injustice ,
an who" lent known * S. DiplomatsWARSAW laid. "that pictures of nude In.-tJ| lv.r l..n., Lak. Lot In Pi",'k 7 of A. a YOU ARK HEREBY NOTIFIED IIr III* im* by Owner, lbs (Son.lrsl'ior .

WASHINGTON (AP) Sen. said that "if. In fact, this women are received and the reipient Lnd FlnrldK fokr Addition to Winter lhat a .ult for morlgag foreilo ahall tarry at hi. fpna*
I You *r* h.r.bf ordered inS v.. llavos Florida, a* shown br none tea been filed galnit' you In liuildcr'n rInk Iniuranc, IOu udlrgboth
George A. Smathers D-Fla., danger does exist, the good conscientious notifies the postal authorities -IIul..d l to nerve a copy of your bloc or Plit thereof recorded the hove entitled riuie; and tOilyou fir and wlnd.lon cnverag,

know whether any of Negro citizens who Poland (AP-The and a stoppage ls ordered .nw.rsn 5 written <1ff.ni.. tocomplaint In th* Office of tIle Clerk of i are hereby julrd to **rvi will .. panble to tontr ,
wants to Polish government has started Ihi filed nlnit you In lbs Circuit Court I In and for a ropy of your aonmsnsn olheitlen and Ownar a* their Inl.....
the Negro integrationist movements are fighting for principles in on that address. The Ike .hov. (Court s copy of wMchMicloMd I'olk County. Florida, In/ Plat ... defenne* upon J. HARD m.y app.ir.hi .
communistdominatedor which they believe should be restricting the movement of all\ same mailer might also have a I Ic h..wlth. on th. phi' ,. Rook I, P... 41nrlndlnt IS I'KrhHMdV, JR. piatntirri ' contractor will t* required
are HITRhKOR hut not mOors address I ZITto.t \ 10 build sod complet sid prole-t
U.S. embassy cars as well as I insstl'rn. ; R. peclllially ottorney *
communist-inspired. He has made aware of the possibilitythat legitimate mail order business .. P. O Box 4iol lokehanl l b y way of limitation the fo|- Lime HI met. lakeland' Flor ..lhln Ih* Ilin* .'1 forth In th*
Director J. Edgar their cause may be playing the travel of American diplo and send out to a similar mail orldi, and to fIle tho crlln' l Inv 10"h1O' Item of qulpmnt Ida, on or' befor the itb day 01AplI. rnnditliin, .
asked FBI of rirculi and before Immedt.ly 'n'h aucce.aful bidder. If willnotlflad
mata that IN offii n' the Clerk W.stloehot.o noose 1114. or any
Hoover for a report on the mat right into the hands of the tag list a clothing catalog (' urt In Polk County Klnrlrta *trtow Irrlajatlon pump at"l th..refter t* file with the b. within () day
Reds." I The Communist regime restricted -contained models in underwear. Florida on or before th* Wall In wall carptncbeen ('Ierk of the abov ityled Court alter the bid I I. accepted
ter the travel might again twffended. nIb <1.r ol April, 1914, othrrwlM. hu filed .In.t y nu sndpot tho original' of laid an.war or .aid! ] 'h. Board of County Commie
Smathers one of the Southern I Smathers also said the vote recently diplomats' IThe recipient the alienation of Kid complaint ar. required tn irv 5 a ropy ". tlen daf on'. If any. Thisult .Ion.ra of Polk County, FlorIda,
the House received by Alabama Gov. late last month in retaliation fora The sender, ss I read will b* tkn a* oonfemed by you or your Aniwer or Pleading to th* t ...k to rorecln. a mont.Es. ..frvn th. ".h to .rJect, any
senators fighting travel ban East bloc the proposed statute, could be TIlt* ran* I* a .ult for forerlor Complaint. on Plaintiff a attorney .. th. followlni describedperty and I all hid, lo walv aoyiefornaillIea
bill said In a George Wallace in the Wisconsin against Rot IS lo-wlt .
passed civil rights of a real htots afreement Jsnien P blobs P n' pr' :
that "the members presidential primary represented -diplomats In the United States 'convicted of a felony. .IWeen OROhaK I. JKNMNflUd keland: Florida 1 and fib I* torl.'n.1 LoI t In Block I of the FIrst I (rdered In open .10. on April
letter to Hoover of it Is understood here that FDITH: W. ROWLAND flitCKAST.D A n.wernr l-letdlnc laofflc. dilltlnn 10 Royal Oak Manor, I 7. lOudSEAL
But that regular
of the Senate as well as "storm warnings I He suggested a in which th* puimirr the of the Clerk nf th* ('ineiIt '11 Book 41, Pg 41 Pub. \ : ) TUB BOARD or

American people are en- growing resentment not just in the American travel ban has not mail order catalog or even a socks to forwlfld. on the fnllnwt Court on or hefor the 14th Ito Record ef Polk County, I COUNTYCOMMI8SIOVFRS
the dex-rlbed rail property, to-wlf Soy of April A. D, 1M4 If vu"IsO lorlda. OF
could be considered by
been Bible
Northat stringently applied as :
titled to know all of the facts in the South-but In the so J..I S In Block "A' of MKIyDY I to IIn *o, a Ijecre Pro Con- I you f.1 to do ao, d ,.pro I'OLK COUNTY,
the tactics being used across to bar the movement of cars if,ome persons as appealing to (> HFKUITfl SubdivisIon, r...o will b. liken a..ln.t you .o"r..o "I b* .nlorodseaios I FtORIDABy.
this matter. in their interests. I rlorld*. ar-eord- for th* relief dtmandid In the 000 for th demanded In the :
acting the country by agitators"He restricted personnel are not prurient kIOl : thereof In Wllmer
Smathers said he was me plat recorded :mplalnt. Cons pls I / / MrCulch.OI
interests of all 1 called these "storm warnings them. Miller said h. believed the plot Book I' at Pat II, Pub. Till* Notice shall h* ptiMIhed 'il my hind and efflnlilI Chairman
"in the best of this tie Record of Folk County, nn.. each week for four con.* 'alIve ...1 I of at Bartow, POlklollnt" Board of CountyI'oontioionersef
Americans those of the Negro: of a hurricane possible current statutes covering "lorlda.WITNBFH. week In the Lakeland LtdK"K"A"S'D' )lorlda, thl l. nIb diy ef, '

those of the racial strife In the next few Scientists have proposed a field were adequate. The comnittee my bunS and officIal I" \'h, 194. Polk County, FlorIdaATTEST
race as well as this I to make an Inventory decided to determine at ...1 l of Mid Tnurt at Barlow, Polk : ORDERED at SIanlow f. ,) :
white race" His remarks were months which could cause 'study program (unty, Florida, IM the UIII day Florida, Ibis Jilh dy ofM.rcl D. H. M.OAN. JR /5/ f>. H BLOAN. JRKerretary .
Thursday period to go down In the history of the extent nature its next meeting what if any- of March, J'14. :, A. D, 1DI4 Clerk nf the circuit Court of th* Board of
made in a speech summer of and distribution of the world's King to do about the pending /./ D H. SLOAN JR. 41) D H f.ON, JR Ey' SILk D .FOUNTAIN County ('ywmla.l000rs of
during the Senate's 32nd day books as the bloody eliot ot Circuit Court Clerk Circuit Court Deputy Clerk Polk County, FloridaHospital
bill. 1964." total water supply. bilL IJ.574 U-US a.171
of debate on the


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f ;* ANNOUNCEMENTS 53 Help Wanted Female i 1 51 Werk Wanted 1$2 Dancing Music 97 Articles For ale-Mhc.f 99 Boats, Meters Supplies 04 Oat Cii. Fool i iFROFANB I lit Automobiles Per Solo

7 Transportation WAITR.1I1 PaIITID 000 33 asii STUDENT. MALE drtlr pan I OWN many hour of Arthur siSr 0' lows furnitur.. ... boat OA for oookias heat 6T LINCOLN hardtop. air eoadltoned .
MIM tlbersla
II Purtoua
u>t. bob water. imiatloo. lade. A.1 auohanleal" condition
ADVERTISING .713 worn M..I.I .1..01 I time bookkwpIBi _1110.. coIl Murray Instruction that t anphriically doubl, Ihn sIssies Confortabl' .
.. .. Fla- 40 HP motor Maul tIll Stiller Splat BM. Call 11I-3.... Iff'I Im Complete ....", MIll lee ta as,00rist.
f MAN OOINO to wucanilB 1 paa.en 613-1061, ...... kotwtta 1 30 anabla to u.e Will II 10545. kood prlc .
SUmaa boat
I WOMAN WITH abov* aver... Reduced to IMI 11 aerial OM Some. DM He. .. ISJI 00005 W.boLe..
and t 30 ..kdayiHT .00 Shorn cheaply. 666-1747 I IntoDrKo.. MU I 1064 ,
Help' drln Ire* Uan.oor.tallon w
RATES 'r, ... and KIT trails, Hat oriOO. 11401thi .
alee ability and lood .. _I Aufeandaie BiehwerIPS . I",16.no. bolos'S .10 P",,,,, ,
Reference.. CY "1313. ... 30-58 Sin, achool edue.Uon CARPENTERIMO a .01 i OSLo TV II rrolll 631 ap Ouar- weak only HIM U ed 14runabout
m Pt Typ* I Winter 300,00.ii'5AI.L ,r better cir noeeiiery. email painuaf Work ar job or bour. 14 Schools I.,,_. n Imanr WarkiBktrad tilt trallar. M HP motor
,. MlBlmam Wonla PLAYER will drl*. .mount of Iravellni. some leadi MU 3.aiOQ. *.lai actfpud Admiral Bala ikU SkI ..00. Ut rnlitraUOB JtwtlryWB AUCTION
Minimum o.ar.t-$1.05 int la Duluth Minnesota Aprl22nd urnl.hed Tnoroutb tralnlni with work sod a.."..*. MU "3In. PoaoockTV full caairaa corn epa..
1.t (em He companion opportunity far advancement FLORIDA LARGEST Bad moat 464 II. WabwRparti wb* l and Ur. four III* cinhUna PAT tub, dlaaoada. Sold
Wo... Dirt Dan Oa.. Os,. WrIte 763 wmfre. Hsrburs would conilder part tlmo baita palauni at a wry pr.eooahleorlrot mode.. baty cbol. Lakilaadrauty ... Very fait, aala prlr.. $050. "'"" old foM Ilium. ellver. Selling ISO cars every
6ia-636 door
tmall .Dd roP.
I t.u 8ml h, Writ. Slobs outline of prevlouae Ha lob Colin Ill B. Plat 6LCoaipltly Inilallrd rot Ira Htlmat* N.w IT Buprreraft 45 SOP motor Nelaaa Jewelry. IM feral Flor. Wednesday and Friday

16-30 t II 61 i OS 40 1146 3 30 6376 I 00.6 l! 10 .perlene*. educitlon etc. t* lou 001 NO NORTHt Vacallanlnilll .1II0d0led l air tondlUoatd .ill Cliff Ward 111 Mori Mut.nooka . Mule til* traitor. two .- ida. record
,WOMAlO DCIVI403 to Pofrolt.MtrhUo .nu ...pl. yarkind MU 6-419 Night 7:30.: The
t Mai m
ulsrsrrsnse .
luhta. natrai
81-36 I 74 400 629 'MSO shout M., 101. mObs. F 350._Lake and .Ledeer. y NO 14025.CIAlThR0UUi'pCi57e.. talloa bookS horn
86-30 110 4 60 7.*0 II60CLA8RIP1ED 0 m. comp.nlo., ,,'...DC... for dtptndabl. lawn car*. rouse .. Two lull yar warran Sr. 1 107 r-lumbif.9 SeppliosMontgomery shows we have one of the
MU I 3414 ..". Aubumdal. Outboard Hith.
a& pr lolumn SPACE lack R01Ua ... H..D. 283.021. I YOUNG LADYWe NORSINO. CARl: ooo.&j.oL or WANT A red_. a oDd 3" oo..loLDl way la two mlln laat ol A a. best selling averages
i BETTER JOB 5.14.4.. 40' orornsra wills I burndal ra Lak Mariana. Ward
j. ..ml.ln..lld. Lovely home PM
CLASSIFIED 63 30 par DI8PLAT column Hub MATS___ BUILDING! TRADES need a young lady for vote room air conditioned SJI Horn, drllnry 66 M and 60*. 61160 Pboa pair 6666106 WILL PAY cwh for small plywood > GET A GAS HOT WATER GOFF & MULLIS

Contract R... Upon P auit sutomobile billing clerk week 8U.nl'HR18mNi : Take Your Choice: : Watford Maaafacturlnt boat fno iunk. Kiaionabl HEATER FROM WARDS AUTO AUCTION TAMPA
14 Building Carpentering Tii RkMiii.b C IBM brIe.I. Call Mr Bfbulla. 686-37M ,
She be fast and
must a accurate dros In ber home Fenced yard I Have Hot Water When
I CABIN CRrnrKR. 16 BaulnaB.SO
and have ", ...II.bl. nteimi Speedwrltmg Shorthand
typist some Lsrsl plavroom
You Need It!
WOMB AO6Publ ROOFING WINDOWS aluminum HP Johnaon .iK-trle. too, ..Id.curial" 654 CHIVROLET hardtop eon
cationDav 'I idiot, porcbia, repalra, site,.. shorthand. Preference Mile 66J-4643. --; I Typewriting Nites Only '. Oalor ".no,. I7 I.. mJll .4-Hr. iBitallatlao irtlble, new tranemuwoD Ahape .
D..dl n. I boos 60 month to pay a.ECooutctlnt DOO-WALKi .-w II wall youl S Office I P.M. .r on. 6150 Call MU S-O610
with Machines. 7:30 117 N.
to :
> given someone
Monday It 00 A N. Saturday Company loiured doe or cat by tha hour, 1031 Kentucky
Th.sdsOd3O P M Monday Phone MU a.mi A ZiBBMr- automobile title and contract South 5oulerard.P010413300 Comptometers Wi buy .r nil for yoa 5430 lI.befll..ood HP Inboard wood condl hull MU 2-5103 63 QALAXIB 600 Two door
.... niwly Thuaderblrd enilne Van
alu 6-9016 P.
Wdn.*day, 4 30 P M Tunday man AND urpenur work 0 WALKER'S and all Trallfr tafUihU .
experience or some Bookkeeping JIMMY tlon motor ...11I.. .... Power iteennt AM
Thursday Free o.ltmstse. BatlafacUOB ...,. horn WOO Call attar 4 loB Planes & Musical! rN radio. twlnt.away-itrlnt
4 30 fit Wtdnaiday 21 Roofing legal experience. Applicant, .nleeJ Call MTJ 64386 Start'any Monday AUCTION CENTER 0 m.. ...-?J.,. lint wheel. 11000 Bile. Guarantee.

Friday 4 30 P. M ThuridaySaturday must be neat In appearance S3N 0 B 6S Bait: Uie .... 00'o"n.
\ WILL KEEP children at nr home Day or Night 14 PENN Yen boat Complete JUST mcnvvo Cualoo Interior.
1] 00 noon Friday HOOFING DEFBNDABLB ..005.000ship able to meet the public 16 week or 35 hour. fenced yardiwlnti RAWAU4N-p'l"ta with trailer and 1661 40 M P Carload Coed Piano I .r. 6634607MO .
Sunday, 4 30 P M Frldiy' I.., payroenu 002.2105.fiilr30 BEAUTIFUL Mercury outboard motor with
Otto. Lumber Company. 600Mala and accustomed to workIng Lakeland at tun e'.I' per yard Dacroa TTtIT ara reflnlehed reconditioned VOLKSWAOEN Sedan price
t Monday DISPLAY 11.00 A M*D*Saturday W MO S-3141. \ WITH Florid ...lIt I.rut. Cotton prIBU at 61 and manyotheri el.etrlests,0.nsrdeenerstorCompl.i.. outfit S4DS MU 6.3111or and fully ........... ,AU lo IOn by cwner, clean eicellen
under pressure.LAKELAND will ooarh children In myhcrni Business Institute, Inc. at reduced DrOOL w.u...- tlnllhaa. condition 703 Weal FBtUraoa,
Tumday U 00 Soon Monday eee at 3311 Derbrihir
ALL TYPES ree.der.uil ar commercial near BouLII..... 683056adarnoone wall carpet Snares ran cut t* lust TERMS 83.1777.
Wdn..dS, roofi repa red or replacedMrCoy FORD ivenlnii. On Lake Wire. Lakeland your .* and died Preaent stooL PULL aichiny.. en a at* altnoit
$00 P. M .Bd.y Sheet Metal 666 BU1CK-auper. Very clean
Uoof and
a 'nt later dateCANNONVMUSIC.
I """'"" 1MB Weil Olive Mtl 9 3133 CO. INC. Phone 6869856LIVESTOCK Include Caady atrip Orbs. 103 "rnltur< & Appliances a Sold eondltloa. Eicellent: radIi
.OOP M T ..da, FINANCIAL Tweeds and 101 DuPont HI LCloird I and heater. 676 MU 3-1143
Friday. lOOP. M Wedntidiy ALL TYPTS roofnt repaired or 125 Lake Mirror Drive Sunday. O C. HlmlltoB CO.

I Saturday. 13 00 Noo Thunday .pl.d. Repa ri tuiranteed I AIR CONDITION11fO_ "frl..... Fabric Dade City Hwy ta, 1.7stIles P.IPRIOIRATOR8. W A I SIRS 30) 8. Flu -Lakeland_83.6145 T..IRD. I"'. two Oral hardtop
IC Dories heelIng Co. .....13. WAITRESS WANTED, Beat and 12 Bustnsss OppoitnnitlssCHOICB 1.1.. men Ssrdsd W. tests you. North ol InUritat 4 toaior air condltloBrra. tt*. All OPEN FRIDAY IVEMNOB 'tick' ahlft. .. ..II.D' condition
Sunday, B 00 P. M Thuraday .. .rtoonle ,. MarUiarlv
t dependable. Lakeland Laaei. MU I WriLI CommercIal Tr.d. 1n.1I. nakM ..Ired. Prompt tip lost .rl. 616 But Lake
Tha Ltdur will aol SI100ndbI. r*. *. los ua for lood seed an.ptlanna > ar phoo CY 3-3740 Win.
24 Plaster 1 8108 BUSINESS and Incomeproper tote. .0. U-sOs Lukeland I.odse. SINGER AUTOMATIC SPECIAL luLl el Baby OrudlStudlae .
for mor. than on* your KtlTlnator and ten Hives
r Incorrect iBiirtua ul Mil Rudy LMLA RepoiHawd Slnier automatic ...- I Morn dolls. Nit Day TV-Ap- end. BplnttiReal
,PLASTEKINO FATCRINa new Realtor 1137 B. Memorial Blvd karialna Browa .. 104 IOIIL"Plo.IO. 1656 BUICK private owner. casIoaIOS
; .. MMU
PART TIME nt .hln. LIU BIW tuaraateed pllaorr 1330
THE LAKELAND LEDGER .UIII" Alleritloni and addition WU 4.4301. Darni. blind itltchei, nonoirama 6H76VACUUM 6635 Automatic drive
Jeff Tol .on* paint black and whit. 3440
Prei eatlaia'ei llcenaed .
HOUR buttonhole
TELEPHONE $3.75 PER HOME FOUR rental untO com and makea
MU 3.613* CLEANBRB nbullk 'S. 111 Sperling Gs.ds went tout Bee anytime
1005. DIesel luralahed flood locationn ,All without altachmeaU Bold for
MU 6-1151 6:00: to 8:00: P. M. Country Club Citataa: 3401Everett 17 Bees For Solo ''tJOO balance now due, ell 60 or ,condItIoned...new.trI...P 3131.palr Cltnlaadllrllhta >, partiOraitfMId .156 CHEVROLET, V... BelAIr

I BUSINESS SERVICE 053.5431.WANTED 6600 per month Bltd MO 6-I ". APACHE CAUPINO ".11..*. Bee Iou door hardtop automatic. ,..
Attractlv. yount lady for public UM belt briar burn env .... dlo, heater 6576 407 Carve
,, Port SALE, Ellht Hand of beeiraeonable .. Phone 682-4137 TV BAROAIMS Compltrly r*. Joh"'., 6695 Park Bird FtneUaiP BlrH'
ilitlon work with eitabllahed r* TO BUY built stood 63616 and .
30 Beauty Parlors I 3313 Hilltop Avenui. and usFs r Florida I Oood
libli Florida corporatloB No Mil ,Phone MU 9-0011 'II" COLOR TV. Call MO 3-6130 so .... iBitallatloa Alps.. Ilia FORD Falrlane 50J61 .
dIllon, lenS 6 cylinder
In. Car necoiaary Apply Travel Polk County I Lok..d' boot bur I* sew or 112 Wanted Mlscillaniovi
CLARA S BEAUTY Salon "o"pl.L1bt.u" USED FURNITURE and appllincee. Plateau Avenue. Call 666
icrvice, hair atyllnt, hair Lodti. 944 North Florida Tu... Liquor license. IS Digs Cots Pets upholiterlnt Buy lOll UMd TV at* Ro.KIll' .a 0.Day... TV till 1330Auburnilal too '0676

.olarlnc. permanente Oak Avenue day cr05155. 6pm, sharp. April trade. HAM Bartala Ro..., .. MU 61176 CASH FOR your unsold Stoma CLEAN ALL erlllnal '67 Foatla
Kaifclcen, Clots Oarland MO Hithway 16 North at Olbaoala .
I" IIU .n"
I 4 lest and Found 3-0070 21. 1664 I Write Box M.271 BBTTTB POODLE Bnopp Pro. MU 3.4305ZIG LIGHT PIECE Cherry Mallonano starchid four door aedin Au
eMienal ..oom ID'. itudi puppies WANTED 15 or rnor5slor tomatle radio beater, new white
Lakeland dlBini room luiU Call MU t
I t Service ... 25 lo 36HUB I LeJger IM3: Kathleen Road Bhop 2676 wood boit. 35 HP motor or more tree Conndir trad. ...1..10.8.J.1.7. .
: ichool accurate '13Ho..... 616 M361E01STEKED >nd trailer MO 6-4MOO
Tills plain. Rrward iraduat*
rim Jimmy
with flkuren StOol hav* ability TIXACO. INC. l.c.U.nL I".D : CHIHUAHUAS too
Flru call Mri Henry Ibblor.dl REPAIRS ON all mill lawnnoweri Automatic sewing machine
.. North Iowa Annul MU 9. and imall enilnei prIg eitlnatea to meet public 40 hour week. fur I.... in Auburodsl.sreaonHipkway month and older for .. .. Studerylre 25 to 50% AUTOMOTIVE
52. Plld truinleorsllsbIo. .
fringe bene ;console. Like Balance
?.... 0r0P5t5. Cable Auto. paid vaeatloo other imlU chocolate mall new.
Contort ft. A. Rllah.lm.
flu Reply in ems bsod.rltlno.slobs MO 4.1355.rstoRoual4030rD.
PRt:8CRIPTION: SUN siso... lOlL dISCS?.. 306 North Fond' APhoni '.. phon Bum Mr, lo LedurBo .U.? II, .nln.-fll3.IOOI.. (3688( or $6.00 per month. 116 Automobiles Fee Sale
MB 8-6301 PEKING a a I''OU.PIII
.L 'lrollo' R..IDUfODI W.dn. < F.353. Fully guaranteed. NOONE
d., DI.hL 1..U60 0. 1I..an. OEOROE LAWN Mower Repairiolary baa attractive aervlc* nation for f Orsals. Cull 004.1570.i1IAH Re.Built Living Room Ilea CORVA1R Mou caavortlhll

and. reel type blade en* on Rout 63 la Auburadale PUPPIS5'pea. Phone 682-4137 .
Furniture -r.dlo. b. tor. automatic trine-
harpened 516 southera Avenui 'nlSuble. M11 3.3510.HlsVl .
SEE Attractlvt rental Flnancint avail) .
whli iidewell tire II.
S Personal Notices 86.1344 .bl. for qualified misread. buineuman CHIHUAHUA puppies Pot "OR SALB commercial ar I 1 and 4 pUts 000 mi\n. MU t4163.1M7 .
one llvint room lulteaPriced
Available Bow, c.1Ino"
osle. lIU Woo O.etn"oad. NO
37 Mattress Renovating forYOURSELVES 052.5244NSJD conditioner. one loda fountain M Low a* FORD convertible. Pull pow.
.VY. sLU. u"d toolS: IUD' 850.porttso one meat law We buy and eell ir. SniPs clean New tat Finiteiwner I
soods Dial MO 1..a16 OPERATOR for ..11 10eDI.d 'TOY POODLE puppIes for ialBe .. moit anythlni Boulevard Tred- $89.95 and up. 685-3426 after SJO.
for .iitimat Cu ben H.d.... MATTRESS RENOVATINO Iay malbr eli como.n .....Ir..Ullon. at 1813 Elm Road after 6pm I,. Poit. 63 WIlL Vlrtlnle For ipeclacular SavlnttIB "Tour PLAYS
WI: POlANd tradll 10.ood.
aervica Ace Mattrna 01.11 mcit.lrepuir.d .
all .
day Sundaynlnlatur
TRADING STAMPS .. '% .i.1I11' ploy. Phon MU S-6641 053.0054 or nl.hlo. .8.33', WHITE BEWINO machine la eon. uied furniture Low e* (40 daw*. BuiuhlB
boutht. Altaian, B07 Sub *. : MALI: AXC, .hlle .olo.b..d. .ole. button hole Included 636 50caurl VISIT BADCOCK'SUsed U.ed Can. 0505505.O3FOIS.BCHI .
It].M49 I Women are earning $2 or ONE 61000 aod two 1500 4' poodle Call MU 3-1193 IOU Bharoa Drive.
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49 Wells Pumps hurch bond arallabis. PIIoDe Furniture Super M U 000 that musical instrument
LOIS' SLIP CoIr Shop ..otChUIDUL more an hour representingAVON. 63-3176. TINY TOY ooodl. black, Ch.mOIOD MUST SELL RCA phonoanph mllM. radio Dunlep Urn S3.MO
Road et..8016. 0,.. LET MONTGOMERY Ward drill line.. aOJ& South Crystal Zenith TV deik small ob...,.". DepartmentIn MU 1.11t8.COMIT. any more-..ell it Dial
perm. hod.prsds, ilip toviraAmman take Drive after S. beilnncra bike, llectrle over hydraulic .
,ouroellsu 4 Initall your 63 .Insurant Mulberry 81. lour aoor lUtlooon
.. .
curtelos. corBICII lift lite McBrldl Cleaaen the
1 yitem tp to 36 month u payPhone . stick, MU e-1151 to start
SDIORIIPEKINOSOE. Ihtmonthl radio and heater
rods and 1..1.011.11011. Ous.droOl MU 30103EMPLOYMENT. Write P. O Box 1395 613 Wilt Memorial Blvd Th. itvlnn '0. make will moithan
ld Nearly .
RetllUred MU DIW 5305. Air conditioned
I of inoiplii to chooi. from IAn DRIVERS ate 95 to 6S miyUlllfy MU 6.'fn53.ILSCTROI.tlZ. pay for you tlmi and trip Inexpensive Classified Ad
r or tot 1 10.000/t M.000-65.000 Ion. Por su A'l condition tow mileFereoa -
CHRISTIAN 0 S I O bomi : <3>, laleit model to Mulberry .... with Sod credit tan
.IN. : oN 1 Liability Inauranc. for ai low ai cash
that brims you
p005 6tva to Call 682.4137 new ouars 05.0. Take over pay llnanea low cub down Mauraum

3.1 tho 203.nMdi of sitU patlant. MV Lakeland ..26 a year without BR-33 Insurance Plllnti) .for Senior acidenta I(9 livestock menu Electrolun Corp, ....not. W. S. BAD COCK CORP.W.I. Phone 30 month 683,.MM less .than 140 paenUily buyers fast.CLA$0tPILb. '

Wanted _
52 Help Driven. Aiiltn Also with eaiyay ELECTRIC: STOVB U aicillent
AUTO INSURANCE: Had an aoiderl 'I.... Harvey Smith Atency AT STUD Kam-O-War thoronth. condition, lood buy Oak deik Store ana Want-su 1941 PONTIAC. automatic, eicellent .
< BO Iniurancrt SlobS MEN AND women: Made, houie WAN1ID. WHITI mIddle ....d"om. .13 South Florida Avenu, phone bred irandaon of Man-O-War, 035.> very food MU 3-1143. Mulberry, FlorId< mechanical condition Hew
Bioalhl to pay Call MU 6-6466 leaneri, yard men ofltce workn .... IlYs In, DO hout.moS.rur. 66-3IS1i5 O'Of 16 hand Produce! ..cil> tattle Mulberry Store HOurs: battery. practically new tIres,.
SHIRLEY FLOWER and Hobby . all kind 6836630BOOKKEEPER for elderly vomsu. Ooodhom. enl huntori and Support Cloy. DISK AND chair two brcakfait Uble 6 am. t* 6 pm. daily, Frl sItes low ..U..... orlilnal wner 8.150 OIlPLAY
.. .m.1l OIl..,. NV a..ot1._ .rleif Ranch CV 3-314S, Winter and four chain until 6 831 lOath Fepniylvanla.
Bhop 3340 South Florida Com. 1YPI8T E.perlnced Mortgages HltenOYMKHANA. 717 Weit Park: 666 6444OIRLS .m'.1
plita lint ol millinery supplIes. I lull tlmt. sire oemplel WANTID: WHITE lady. live In.do ". Open All Day Wednesday CLEAN tltl lour door Bulck, ra.
lI.hI 1I0uH.o.k. B. .001.... SUNDAY April IIHiller BICYCLE 36 power Over 60 tuoriat itorei ortint FIIAAVAILABLE
Iramia materlaliSILVER del.II.. loctl reference!. Writ .IUY. BUILD soIl ntminci PHA dlo. healer automatic ono own
DOLLAR Spenrcr founda.tlon I Boa M-266. Lakeland LedaerAAA los to elderly' 5547. Csil ....au' sod ,A. moruiiii Pin Moruat clau 10 a m. Mala ivetiu, mower 16. and hand puih mO..1 Plorld.L.IIoI..d >r. A.1 condition 8451). 663.1528lt .
0' 888.,11. I 30 P m. Rldte Riders Arena er MO 6 2340CA8FMENT Auociato Btora
Corp Florida. 6O6 0 Florda : FOR SALE
iptciali. until 16th Call forilnlment S PLYMOUTH 4-door
616 Our Florida Are
South Floral
Avenue. BarlowFlorida .
A.... MO S 3137 WINDOWS soreso3iIs".5O ..
Sarah Short MU LADIES EARN 130 for te lint 40 Ioneltot 'DO Wsokdarsurd
Badcock Will Treat You RISkS"AUCTION er r.r
30814AS City Employment' hollIes world. famoul Watklnianllla .. 0". lour J1..SO.. one Ssturdoys uolll ..0aD1IOOW. : CAst NU15US10" *505050LAISSLAND
646 6530. 13.9 or HORTICULTURE TRI STATE: Breeder artificial 96 137", All In lood condition
will not b Phon ) ., .., ...c.n Ro.d ..e....'. .1. "..e* 0.11'
OP dab I
this *
Eaa-Ult: hitch.eo60052.
.site T "m.PER.ANINT. neemlnation. II per head 3 with "'00"' AIM
riiponilbl for any dtbta mad. 2155. 66356661 ne ,"., ." boo

b ranyon. unliu altnd by meUrn. JOBS UNLIMITED PO6IT1ON open In 71 rertlllier. Feed Soil ae2.enrlcn Semen Included 633 FORD Falrlan ludor, ...,. 11260.11..boo 50501 WIe
rvfrlteratort 06 3564TT 122
RANOB: 146
show.room .
home product
Aliens Macln GrImes, 447 llh ityll
whIte, V I automatic. radio 11 39* ooaoo
Bicond A laleilady Knowlidta or In. OROUND PtA muck Frit and 4 bulfet, 630 Also ,
In. Irom owBr Call 7418J47iur
1 WILL sot b. respoostbla for To all implore. and imployerihinki oil mini.) Loclted 3100 B. 55515Pat Davldioa 14 erutor.cycle. .
I960 StonIly .
tereil In decorattni helpful Call 515. Plant CII,. '"". "lb "'
d.bl.o oolroc\.td hr eros. other for llvint ui your builnena 63-4131 for appointmentECRETARY 0 hell MO 3.4631. AUCTION Will trade my equity lor I'l'lo. ,6 -
thin m..If. .d"Dfd a. B..b.on. enibllni ui t* become rIb? used car Phone 6t6-6464 SELLING iii V.I Ford Country Sedan itation 66.37148 no E. Mute 50.
dt'l I.,..., anncyRm BOM ehorthandOeneril CLIAN PHOSPHATE land tar Horaea-Automobllei. anythlnt of ...OD, Thunderbird ,,,.1"*. 6 too 5005
HAYS LOV.LY too bedroom awn. Also land and dirt for till BED ffif. hisS chain ..
office dutlei Capable 01' value SATURDAY 00 BABY 66 176333 UI' Ciritul A.
I P m Complete furnishings of a larrllir make offer MU > 1076
.0Dflm.M. .ould lUo to s0850.ttb reeponilbllltln. Paid, a t Dsnl.. MU S.3016. l> &0: diD In. table 15; two >e ... U 500
., bustoeso lad'. MU 1.2456 208 Arcade Bldg. uumlni Iicellent frlnte bene- New Sal Every: Sunday betinnlnt bed matlreeMB, cheap 686.6171. 12 unit motel. CLEAN I860 Oldtmob .. 9. 11-20I.IIT 404 000"00 05.e .
"" 00. GROUND PEAT 63 cubic yard a1 April 36 1 'III. ouo
door ecdan 1904 058. Rum food
JOHN! Ita. Apply Florida Oai Company yard Bawl Feat Company 4281Labelasd 59.355550 UOJ Cioituo Av*.
11J South rorlda Avenue B 111 Blvd. 666.6764. 98 Barter & Exchange BOYS MU 3-II.t. _ _ _ IIIJO 16 790
Martla fold ma that you' took heito P. G GOFF 1ltla VOLKSWAOIN conve.llbl. 66 363164T 44* Candyee Ave
LaMond steak Houti 8Loult. It you want some good clean
U 900JH1 ".100
.. in Wlnur Hang S000r.doe 54 Help Wanted MaleTERMITE 72 Flowers Seeds, Plants NEW AUCTION WILL SWAP toad rider mower.' furniture and don'tmiss New mudltbon., .bsnsifl.- "1111911ii5 .laatoM F._n ilL
nliht Pbe alia told ... ahdincid ; Back al old Auction coil 6360 new. lor 13 loot liber [ bedding, WILLYststionws.nn.: 6 006 ?.4.6
most ol the nlihl bu:' CLOIIINO OUT AS10' and 505dossos Lakeland Florida ilu or aluminum boat la tood It.JIMMY. Nods I.. UO CSILUIJ 0-3005. ...2164.. .1. AuCsstS It
that you .hoUld do aomrthlni USE 1I06ER AND Put control ealeiEiperlencl .Ienla. II 00 ..r '00. I condition Phone 663.33 S. .._ I.-
1959 CADILLAC lour door cleanMBS .
about your dancini Sh. aid Ihei. m.o. helpful Bruce while thy, I..L 1311 I..L Lemon I LAst. WALlS ARIA. NONeS
MU 3-0070 WooS Oak
ha>thlt. 390 true flithbiUa at tti* r>arIt ,. CLASSIfIED ADSBUSINESS Hithwiy. .. nlnii.. 331 New Auburndale CUT ROSES and #1 ion bush.. II I 99 Boats, Motors, Supplies WALKER'SAUCTION la Kathleen on .21U..T? to.rse 1011 Tow a''...

BILL oa Doctor Horn root clock RInk MUST SFLL 1 too Ford
MALE. feed .10. eoporlPhons 92 Wonted LivestockPets *4' DURACRAFT boat and trail coupe
WHITE ROIII. 3716 South Florida Ave / CENTER
For ri" r iton! phon I New battery and W.n.mltoloo. 176 5500W "504 MOM'
NU ?l1I. 28 POP 30110.00. U21. 5000.45w
.n. nua, 666-0167 I .
CY 3.0523Appliances turn MU 6-0320 06 *116>6T 376 fleetWMd
Tsmpa HI.h".,. P00,5 8.a.J31M.
ANTED A few dairy rattla any 23S3 U. S. Highway 92 East 55100 16041HAINI6
73 Foods fruits'VegTblosRUtT kind Will pay top rein pr'''. I CITY AIIIA MOMIS
'...... Dairy MU 6-0639 FIBEROLAS RUNABOUT, 76.I. I-akeland t-M7JI7MT: la_...." liDo
Well Established FOR BALI' Bll or bnihI -' U error y, onIon 1..11. Also. 00.., Col. Jimmy Walker I Davenport
I. Also inlpped Woolly'i Fruit cr4515. wIth 1II0Lo. Mskl .".. I I.'"
SERVICEDIRECTORY Companynow Bland. 3601 north Florida. ISO.loll MERCHANDISE N11 8..a3 Col! Marty Higgenbotham JOIN I WAUCHULA

.1 Col. Glenn Weaver I ..,.",", .21.. SlUr .....
AT THI Tomato Houn 3600 Eait' Auctioneers 10.000 '..U'I

hlrlnf ..I.. penonnel for 'Miln open T till 10 dally Waermelon t 5 Bicycles Motorcycles THE I ..ITuaN.D TO MAOIST.

I caiitaloupa banantaucumbira I ".'.'308 1354 ...."._ Cir.o
LakeUnd and Polk County. ThU ..t..tllO.0.. 3: COMPLETE rooms good 1..OtIs' rd
m....... Prlcii you can aflord lo TRIUMPH AND Yamaha, aalei fOR SfRVICf Furniture 66 36334* 3016 Stanhia
U your ehanc to Join a fait .ay. SatlaUctloa or your noniy I..d ..nl... SIerirllststisS $199.95. Payments Smart businessmen who Ills lake'and

ack. ., sports modal lane only 11.50 per month. SOLD NOY AVAILABLI
movlnf 5l.. wire oriinlntlon 'lock. Lakeland' Crcle Co.. 716Weit turn their used office I
FOR YOU TO USE AS A QUICK REFERENCE I 76 landscaping Memor al. 663.6366IARLEY with a smtl, call one of POLKTRADING 6 66-63616.341946T W.hl.n8" M.vo" CisobeI
who hn manaiemint poiltloninow furnltuiw I Into cash
1656, foot ihUt 74 'ul. the reliable firms you dud MART 0r:05104
66 366611
WHEN YOU NEED ITI! I I, dreiwd black A-1 condition .
open la Flortdl. W* need HARDY SOD CO. with inexpensive Classified
86.5106 or 686.6308. ak for DOBood In the Classified section MU 32044WE8TINOHOU8B ,I 6*-34491 Bertew Area.

." who want to 60 placet tad 1I..ILb'Oradlnt Lawn OraiieeDaklnt Plantlna otter totes It. under Business Services" Ads Dial, MU 8.1111 6*.JI7I14 ...to_ Aree
I" '
Plumbing Supplies---I FREE ESTIMATES lObs CUBHMAN S HP 'acooter, 6 cubic loot ..; 66 34316 Lakeland Are

out work hard for rapid promotion Sob .N Oilaore MO 66Mnt good condition ....ltl.*. make rlierilor 40" Unlvenal ranie Contact Tour Brokeri.I.AUhiOiEbOIArk.AV
FOR PROMPT fepsIf050r.trtu.1-- II MORRII Oo-It V muse If 01NU t.8076 I Cell MU 3.1034
iratora. "..hlo. marhlnei and ", lo. .nd ElectrIcal .u.o" !. A 11000 monthly In.coot. TRACTOR WORK: No"ln. plop'. ,
appllancii call Thrifty City. In'o..lIo" .od d.II".1 dlMlnt and ...dID.. Bpe.lallaed 1._ CLAIII'IED DISPLAY" CLAUI'laD DISPLAY C5.AIFtD' O."A" CLAIsl"aD DISPLAY I I _

6e'.lc* Drnartmrnt 8K-6116 I rental pipe cut and thread, can b* yours IB leei thin In yard sordlne and
04. 24 boors aerv c*. 684-641466646J4 0,54150. 188-1731 lIa....,.
Auto Repairs Service Lakeland .11 month Apply In pcrwn Frlay .

FRE.L: FROSt Free! en aiom 6.6 p m. at Land.O.t.Okes 78 Tree Surgery
ServIce Ccnur. 1711 North Florida Printing
The is Here
Afinua for tliat iummr ta,atlon Motel Ask for Mr BlicklordERMITE TRIll TR3MMINO .11.... b.d.din. Unexpected !

.105,' Inipection on She FOR ALL our Ortnlthun5.d. sud .rd work. MU l-4tll. I

family car with the tatentItSr. tall MTJ 3.4404 Commercial frail I
Ironic Mulpmint. Our michanlci 100. Letterhead llthotiaphlnt. INSTRUCTION i

"D tomolln eArUP npaln lUSts. Call?. 0'6IJ-3223 all ... .......In. iperleoced CONTRO-.rvlc.m.n'l YOU ARE CORDIALLY INVITED TO INSPECT THE UNEXPECTED .

Attention I.dl.. W* ills SAM L.ID. $2 Dancing Music I '
1 Radiator Service ,
Orevn S ampiAuto tem 106 1 Sail Main I

I MIDDLE AOED Finon to deliverakeland I PIANO TEACHER can accept ,".i THE EXCITING NEW
Seat Covers ANY TYPI: r.dtster.rricl.
Ledaer motor rout .
Oils for prlvat Iniuuctloa Be.naeri
eleantnt, rebulldliPeddrt .
I LI10D 8 AUTO LosS Co..... Com.pl.Le Radiator Service I6Q151 client opportunity for rlihl per and advanced MU 3.6596Uri
'ulO"oll' 101eyl005. 'J'ho' .on. Contact Lee 6haw. at Ledter winllred Ott 606 Wood
Irculatlon dpsrlmSt.DOT
N.n, PUrse NU 3-intO "..d.
RADIATOR' SLaCKS olesoes CLLANINO sod Isusidrlrout. '

Concrete on vehicle. Crcle.Flo method. R*. man 10 work Ind..nd.nl.
palri all trpei O.n.... .. 2202South I.. wm. Don .2U.. Lok.I.Dd
LJCLNBSD CONCRK1I coauactor Portda el3..e01 1,045cr. At Ford
\ Ort.".", floors. aldcwa ki
Upi, itrolU curbi pat 04 andbridtii Radio & TV RepairOXPIRT WANTED TWO MEN Mustang
K. 5. Morrla. 8111..18.
I OO'OO..II.D has opoolne for
.k.l.nO - --- .aros
RADIO .Dd TV 1..1.. 3 men 10 help with SUrIOPSO.
I Draperies plus free molitun prooflnt alter ilon proirim If you an Sot fOR Lakeland
'ou, act U repaired In our mod miklnt SIlO per week miibe wi
I CtkTOM MACE dracei. 0111>00'I. coo shop at a fair ..Ic.. Orion hs.w hal pots or.. look In. for
| ... and uphoUterlni Your fab 'ou, Set th sod ss.. 1100 0' emitHowsrds 'PI.... brim your wife with you
Ito or ours Free OIUm.It. In Radio and TV. MU for the Interview_ Apply 106
your bone. Eaiy termi. 3J3I Hew 3.1870, 413 Lontfellow. Belt tOJors South Mliwurl Monday. April I
I Tempi H Ihwiv ,8'.69k Mower BriopReweovlng Bharp
10. 1664 at I 30 pm. I

o : Fences I THE BEST'BYS Ford

I IoIU1 UA!. FENCE Company. 1... TOOL DIE MAN
FOR 5.XPER-I neSs..ne of moth
Lownt .
prtcee down psyiereuL.OuitiuiMed
!I no LOS.., mate, ciiarett burma,
W. wont b* 004.10Sold CLASS A
Likilind Induitry MTJ S. .to.. rail Keilum rtewiavlni .....

4018 Pie. rtlflrsrr. ce. eee.J.I Five years experience Today & Tomorrow

Furniture Screen Repairs MACHINE SHOP WORKER

hiulbOb B... luru..... prln.. SCKlkNS REPAIRED lluecl wire MACHINE REPAIRMAN .
".'b.r'i Pu'DIIII'. Phon. .... wreenlna replaced ta wood or
Opening In machine shop 17 and 18.
I.m ietal frame, Pick up. bittery. April
".H 6148 and maintenance department .
ll IN
lamp Repairs
I Swimming Posts for qualified person
experienced' in machine operation
Lamp .."55.0 repair Imperil
I Btudloi 3508 repa and machine repair -
Soutn Orleana Ave sainted, ehamlcali auppliei ,
hue NU fI.461& "equipment. WaiH 703 lasS MalaMO In an industrial plant. AND

Lawnmower Repairs 6-635. REAL [ESTATE A

I raR L. P Lsus pools. call OarS APPLY IN PERSON
REPAIRINQ .. 0 troUt-N-Cl tiourro. 8.11-8840

I wweri and too. ,Klo.eharpined.,. 3306 Buy Lanler and NU sell Televisions Florida Tile Institute Inc. ENTER THE WIN-A-MUSTANG CONTEST

8-2140 608 Prospect St.

FOR TELEVISION ripalri .s all Lakeland Read The
I Painting n...... f..1. .1I.bl. porotse. call
thrift, CII, Nil 1.llIt
PAlhTI"O SPECIAL A ems.. Is.tenor.
110. Arorueoeorte,. ATTENTION MEN-W* hav. .. 25 MustangsI'
6135 FIrst cl... ..otk Outran Upholstering enlnn for 3 mm Ekperlenr: eellIni 1,000 1 PRIZES
teed Refercncti Phone 683.4.165 I furniture and ippllincee will EUGERCLASSIFIEO

I alter 3 JO. BA."iIT UPHOLUTERINU 8er'lee. '..I be helpful For personal Interview
I i PAINTIMO.WA H O'-carpenter Ill e0000rsu.d d....... reiaooiba .. call 686.1507 6 .ta 10 a m. 25 21" Philco Color Television Consoles

Free eitlmttea. pick up I
work Interior i te lor work Free-
wtlmalei reiwnible price. 663II sod delivery Fhone .66.4.40 605, ,
56 Salesmen
B BI.lulu Mr Turn.n Ine-worlH. tviadVenetian
Blinds I 100 19" Philco Portable Television Sets ,

Picture Frames I SALESMAN WANTED for horn

delivery at* 31-50 CamaHuionplui
I PICTURE FRAMES Beautiful; VIHIICALS AND ; oo.lit.. ,
I tramei end ", ..Idlo.. Custom. and ,.Manufactured ..".noritoat.I'j 1"0"1 company, eruus III., .ld.D'boepltal-sod 850 Philco All-Transistor Portable Radios
I ready made Oslo Art Shop' reflnuhed Alaa .. 055110. boot, .ortl.. 0.1"

I 3U07 Orlcani .W.... MO 3-3304" Itlaa blind. A r.Lit.. e'I7I'1 Of Lake WI. Dr?.. ADS I



nt and dtaelat Hew equipment
BUSINESS CLASSIFICATION Quick .."..*. Call far tree .*... Dailv ,
m.,n Fred L Pwr MO _JIJUNIOR

WIIIT .U limo .... I

DIALMU 6-1151-Ask For ClassifiedI Ice .nd sposripl. .au.. wauhles
Sod> palnUni Fhone MO t.1336. I MU 2.1102
t 085fl5 wI?, MU S-3700 124
,roar.Sb Drive Lakeland Pturtds
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117 Automobiles w.iArT4D 121 MohIls Kimis 1 WONDCRn*. WI1LBI rat A rtw MOMENTB WATCHING CANDV WA3 TH5 -* RENTALS *: RENTALS
TllAD.III 5AIp Nasalt lamari0CS. < i4ASo4T COMION.KHSMftBE AN IrfV&OPR.J 139 Unfurnished Houses 139 U.fvrnlihid Houses
Call .a "3HI.'A' ''''rns, ...". aU00flsS. Iao FULL THa MAY ALMOST WILL API4IS COULD. BOTh O
CASH 10' ol.horoell .u..., 045454 1..1 0,4 .110101 YOU KNOW MOW GST VWTIM4 "
UPlor '.1 ....1. PI._ sill orir ?...DOr'.'.. Jorll'.. 1110 ... I TO ORDER) ri OUT AT TWO BEDROOM CB baSso W..-
UWIM.u. lampa ftlsbap. .0 '''OJ4. I THBCARt decorated Ihroixhoul Wenlurniihed .. 9114 ClVtTAN . S room.. Hi
tit a fleih ear oril,b Road 150 Call monu ttt-1117 1343 Eattt.een batha, 1 ..41....... kuUMn .....
F,"] er older. Call 4.4-4045. Wild ONE ONLY mod ores Call II.*,. IM 00 month.
SMALL HOWE (eur mile .ul.
111 RewardSASH Dirt city Hinwir. lie .... 3125 CIVITAM I roo", .. Ibedraoma
AIITID' OLD Junk .... ., ... NEW 5Q'xlO' E .' .1741 Florid room U.

ill..\...1... lor.....sash IIJ-6IOI.P..o, PIckup > : IJ1 MODERN TWO bedroom -.01... bath Built-la ..... and *v...
2 bedroom : Kitchen ..nU.-.. mod wkUr Cell heat 1100 aionlh
toralabsd MU 1 3511
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PeslarvIS? POUR Ill db00.l.s$4 is VIIIPU sIsil & B MOBilE HOMES k- [ CB THRU HOt BEDROOM BE. loon TWO NEIGHBOR BATH e. Ttnai Realtor A'-e. UfLA1H MC S-111

YOU RENT DU PLIX. TWO bedroom. D..li
Lakeland. Florida redecorated On. block from
-I 122' 0 Plomlda A... Irlaeretar ran*. f.r.ld"d. MSWnl
..d..I. Chevrolet will aer *ff I* .11 to 30 Days PoosE 'U-aOlI HMrorl. <.. M ..... kller
our late. model ear lad mli MOMH HOMI IKIDRANCIITORAOI 129 Furnished Apartments 129 Furnished Apartment 130 Fvrslsh.d Itsusis 1 113 Miblla Homes I 118 Unfurnished Apart mph IIIDROO" eOrOor0. Cry.- 4 p m ....n.o.
05 i 100. S le eae reu tea allotS THRU LARUI kedrooln"home;
FART lit LaIn ... CI.... Call Na 40751
See Ur HuueU TWO BEDROOM. ftiralined apartment HIM CLEAR two bedroom du 000 IIIDIlOOIol 1..b.4I ,roo.ar LINCOLN C 0 O I T Apartment 161 nonth lolL KaUileea ROM
DUPLEX FOR RENT ISO per monta HIT Mar..lone .... tile batn '1.- kitchen _I._,__.._.ICill NU 13000.CLOAN Lakeland fine* lor eoloredM ninne .*]-8137.
DEE'SMOBILE ........ 110 WEEKLY ..... and ro- -
PENDARVISCHEVROLET 401 East Oak I A""H street. Apply 111 Plateau MJ-8340.waihlnc 13-.001.or"U..... Phone MODIRN ftornl.h.d loans. . Karth LlneeJa and. WeM 7UMO ierator lurniihed It ...Ired TWO BEDROOM IIOUM klo.e
Ltatl.ro, ooltii.1 O.od IlvIns con.dltloni 51305M001PIS 131 h...... Phon MU 1.411. Sod refruerator Ittrnlihed Larte
HOMES Fumbhed *r unflrnlihid Red**. 110 WIII& 140 month Clean TWO BEDROOM two hath home Otllltlw lurnlihM Bu*. THREE ...... eleetrle' 101 Children ..\,ome. Call MU
'41 N. Wkbkiit 11'0 a-Hta or.t.d. Plow kltekil) e.ulp...nt.BekjlKul cool. nice ....I..bo.0.. lo Cedar X.,. *17I monthly VItArlarl :10-111 ...111, 111.3117 kitchen, full katn arwund floor BY OWNER buss (oroal.New. two bedroomframe .Mia after I ..-..,.
furnUMrd peu .....to.. Laraeard lean Call ...-..nl.OUTI ...,... or rent aiod
lerrku loori Tw Neat .
05n-0s7 'RIV IITI. _CLIAII I..nit for ..... auper dowawwai down. all per month Phone MU TWO BEDROOM I oos.i lth FlorId -
lie M Florlia Ms. minus Iood..... TIll bath BUIA $ AKD ... ". *. aaa-iau ca... \0 aekool and buiUna
15 THAVtLLM ... ,. -- '" cam CB .It. fur.nlihed Alas mro. tralICe $5. ..11.. isAu. 1501 room
ILL PAT rich lor .1saarie .rnap ,.1........ ..... with tollot. _... 11. P1,01. h..t.lle4I .r LOWER: THOr room and nor. or uafurnl.hed. ILl Qu.anStrML Ill.. 450-1051. TWO BEDROOM dupl-i $75 WO month At 1147 Monll.wllo .
oven floor .10 'lIrDt.llad. Call T. II T.ell. Ma room Advlte 731 sos NEW one bedroom electric .
$lsrOIdsr Bait OranaeMO 112 SMI for lI.r.
.U..ot foe
lurnece. twin, Call .12.4IJ. .pOl,1- month On. bedroom ..01.. .
TWO lot
toueke kl tk I,. . PlaitS.. IIIU 1113.. 30521.MAY BEDROOM 41110 trallirBnutUul 4-khoo .qlslpmeoL. sly ooodl.tInned.
IXCHANOt Impala Charlr Dither. lIou. misS mooch Soulhildi. Leahy. Realtor ..
ILL ro* | ? 113. IIBdwlplni' tarotsllol. .1". ..r..
rUbIO lor IW model pinup Winter H..... en Lake MirlkTrelte"1"1' A F A R T M B NTS 19 SO. 111 M. 1. 1'k room apartment. e... TWO BEDROOMS J hobo| roodlnna ... 'ummrr rm. 3101 North en...,.I. III.7 4LAKItANDS ftOO Charles Adllill. 140 Wanted Te Dint Misc.
Irutk Mid pa' dllterenre Call **.*. leIlOldI' all M and til .r week 145515 trallp hilled sad ale conditioned room. kitchen kiln 1134 d. MU 01310.l0'nIO' AdOlta'j NXWE8T I....-
cram Lite ...... MODERN CB horn. Quiet section
Holllm. III2U3
ll.e. le Orlliard I!. MU 1 4116IVI I wait *nd tie fprnlshe'd. Childret Hell* Road Call aaei444roll .-; EMPREB8. ... mad linen two kedrooa apan- Lire ........ sties ,.... lei Clerk hOLD ATTIIAM'IV' ham.. fist..
PAY kll up (junk rtr.., IOU HIU.CREST two bsdroo.sn. w.lceroe Ale leepm. roomi | SENT heu .Uir*" i hod.r.omo. I. Four.Bir Mobil Park. MU I..JIJ spaSm for adult. Central heal -. IT. ea .40ji 5)05.4 5, .I.r.l.bOd for proteaolooal
UII. .... 414 SaiL Oik MU I *2I7. TURKS ROOMS and lain' aewlt and 'ult. Pit 040 r.U
.r....>. Pros kick up Tontolion Must .U. "U .1311 arcayl .lIlId" .Il.r 0 *r MU I 1710. klr-eemdiuonlti Built is
Metal .... .13.3111. or ... ...... .0.0 M.. Tampa POUR ROOMS and hath. tarljAmerica decorated. n relr furalihed Win 111 Soulli To."...... MU *-oft.. eleetrie rime CI.0 ..11... TWO ATTRACTIVE three bed.room. ...... Clark Really. tlt-4.011
R''....,. furniture. Adults Iwlaaoilna dow fan Oft afreet ,.rU.'. 141 111! ..r month. phone aal. >IJ tw* b* b home 000t3tald.
gutnberland I POOR ROOM hem.. carport. Nice 134.M.. ..". Hems Ittt Penned ,..... 1100-1110 ClinkOnilty
UMobile Home. ron kALi '. pool. a XutP. luaeeia MODERN TWO bedroom dupl.i ,
\ | : Attrkcu 10 o 514 BLOCKS from .UI.' location Adulta preferred It* 4011HOUTHIIDE .
two bedroom mobile homo R... THRU Rooua and lath around bedronu. eolleae, Tw*I N. pen. 141 Lanalillow Phoni LAb ROOMY Pout Sian ....n. $..r Horn and School. |7'Dlo..II.
|HOC. TRAILR AND lot. TrkUtt \ ....bl. Cries. FhOM MO '.40.. floor D .'elafid ...11.0. 'b... room, lira llvln kIWheo* ,roOm eireen dlnlnt purrs .42.32 53.oI'tooi. Sown P4-i Som ....." beth IaL.k. Be* ...., 1111 South .. TWO.. bedroti ...
I IIoIU 1Alaos.oo. 10' It" ares il e sod no.CiOerltOr
.11. 6 30. MU 10211EXCEPTIONALLT. .. ..
Cl. kit tot 41 kM PaIls sad 1104 bath. Ph.os Ml? 0-0020 I, bedroom .leotmle ' K\lII ond dry 15.54
irport In Lake-look Tr.I., JI' .2JII pal alectrl water and ...... TWO arnlthed 110 moatS
INTUHA. A 1 MindlUoa. flmuit NICE ... U""h.n. QuIet 01.01 orlooti BEDROOM mow brIck. MU I.0133. SURE. EASYway
I Court, tail lido ot I.... '.rk.,. tr00. .. nn FhoM 111 ptrtment Air conditioned If de. OCr .troot patbtSs' 1121' Jose- meter .... baa linea. Slock, t* ileck la 0011.... klr ....dllln.od.
111. price U riiht and cii ken 1747, Ore Trklltr Cltr, oiled, T.I.....* MU J-3414. III rhinO 12-800'' .n.1I82 .... 0...* Park Sboppln Can.Lu. SOS Harrle. ...al.... lg.Jim.
... enrllme Owner Oocd laSs liihla lad woatI LAKEFRONT HOME
MU8T HILL, IOI&0. 1MI VIII. Hit Chriee street. 412 INDIANA I DUPLEX THREE toom'-and hath Small pet. lOSS North Cmlai COrTAOE ErriCKNCY: it.;
On. b.droom 1111I rrw. MOO dawn IoAROI APARTMINT. .1.. .1000 Llihle and water lurniihed, and Lake Drive. MU S147JFIVa los ........ 110 wrrhlc., till For rent. tele. cr I..... Practical to push ahead I. to
0S! a...m. pkrn .." or |3.]M. tilFhont ... wall "r.lahed. PrO ..5.trace. On pedttom, effieientf ...I't.m'.I. a "..Ib. Corner Like A..... ACRE with ..n and ... !ttrAt.ous. llj 4HJ. 1 I I' "ew. cunom built qualIty.. f.atunIs turn to today' 'Automobile' -
11ao.108a .. .rI'.'. bath. on 01" 01ccIt. mad lose MO I 111!. FIVE ROOMS elean. nice Llvin room dinln room.
liOGHADS rAN Tratel Tr.llor. $4-i'. ... 120 Cnmb.a It..d. IdOL elao, aiM .1..1 f.r.I.II.'j' TWO BEDROOMS. eleclrl IllehIII U. ".11. pid rod. ibd InS pCUIII Solr04.. CI... '0.. Florida room. I.... bedroomi two clajilflcitltm for a
/ ,1/ 04nt.Iptnd TwIn 0.du. 11"01. ItemS--f sneu ti.. '''.147'- mIlk ..1., and aee/al ... month. II*MIS week .0,5.55 P100. 0004000 I cr1. bus ... ....erv. .... 1..1 bitki cedar cloieta. mud room,
tti.347). AIR CONDITIONED elclncynvkt IM t month call titku Traaiu..' dart alter I. all da, Salurdarand SHADY LOT' .b.III.Ooard. mod..rS onj..alz. tarponS and Home. Bectrl tell life dependable auto
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BkUo. nur Rutchlnien I MO IlIl1Itll.. el. .1. Ins b..1. Joka 54-Shop.
I 7111ICBbV
CLAttlPltO DISPLAYThere . TWO bedroom dt pleiluit mobile.
Joll Court 4101 North Hindi .hnOsrs OIl' 1.II.dr Cleon Phone WO 1-340, Plk ClIp
124 Tricks Trillin red.conted. ." ...
A..nll'. 111 Otrn,a. D..lroo'' tat 1,5114-a. Thros 511.. 0sib PSP0.1. relrlieratot '
II rURrURMID duplek. for .....,. *nlT. Quiet aolchbor "IIOU.SCORE furnished. L awnran. included or'rent'
LOVELY CLOtII I. 0,0 or I.. . 171 Near Coli.... Ho. FOR SALE two bedrooncollate
Itll FORD Van Trurkollir moOs .Mil holes room. two hex>< Mar buS and atom Refer >
: Mirk i Tt.dln fut. IIUNrw ............ tarpons. l5. ..... 407South til. kith with innwer. III .', ..._. SaO.I0OPMAU. Olllitte. Realtor. MU 1..179 I in and the 1CkAttlPKO.roar. OI2.IIJ. betwetn -
ItOnly Tampa Nlahma Lak. kitchen. Florida room air 00"1 PULP AIR CONDI110IlED. eono.ran .
Nod APARTMENT lint fl..., dlllo... Ju.t like small hom.. rOtor towlirIll J d.bIWCONI"ORTABLI. 0,01.. 0 0 .. .Iorlrlo IIt.rh to DISPLAY CLAIIIFIIO DISPLAY
OneAnswer 121 BwtHCBEO elmrl kltehek. ........ n. pots. Corner Arnna ind Ollpln 50115. no Deli. N' parS marl
i Adultt 101 Bouth Florida Annue Ollpln At..... I beiru.mo. Church. CLEAX med irboolcloie Uirei A STRIKE UI 014-1.5..

SCHOOL Pubs. C1..M CHAN TWO kearcom. duplei'xvrlclte . Pus *t doer lift month LOWER PLAT. (our roomi Ne
To Ford Chf-rol.u and .11>.... MO EFFICIENCY APARTMENT and ner furntilted Call Ml.3233. .1I\1d.\ ... no peti 321 Boutn Ml.
1...J4. III KortB Llacom At*. conditioned, modern Locateo] in Pa, tat .... i.o nenu er 111 Against budget Oil Soil lourl. apply 321 South Minourl
All 01 Your n... Walnut Bireet. Call ias-4170 I ....1'i MU 8-42' 1131 NEW bedroom Tampa ho..NI.hcmp... PlentD I hIretwo of the furniture you no longer

TWO BEDROOM, Sow dupKlnl.elr CLOtII IN lurniilied first floor. apses for *.rd.n. adulu only 139 Unfurnl.hid Howiii
Insurance RENTALS urauhed Orate OttO ..;I three _.... both miUble farwomak mess" R001555n1' boil. All ",. Indxpcnilvely with a
ProblemsIT'S lien 171 per ........ WkMr (urlihed O05 111 kut_,OranieColin. .1.rlrI. SItehtio U. S sooth ra action Clasilfied ad. ALSO PARTLY ,...I.IIOd I knd OVER
050.0194. I iiiiILYmrcI8HID 41..1.. .. n2n' L..r Otru.t soot' PublIc 1 bedroom MM Rudy Realtor
.: 128 Builnitt PIsces Fir Hint FOUR ROOMS. InS door W.II'' .. MU I.14J4 ..t...* .r I w.r.boa... 1..III''u002' L.nlor. Dial MU t-llil now. IM7 Eut Memorial Bled. 4004103 .

Urniihed Him. ". Tiarly t.aual and 7.POUR. TWO" BEDROOM houil. illtele. lltrAIM :

$40 SQ. FT. 313 south low*. ll00N. lid "III. Do.I, lw* bfdtoemi wttb.trislpo rURNlBHEO. ..,.. DUPLEX, .I bedrooms 200
I IV. BLOCK from ..11... LKIna .e.r.lId, ...Ito. 70.. llo..oellIt ....". UnwaibK. IIII IM.r'Ioe' .ohoouSonthiiM .
ABBOTTHECKESCO. OFFICE FOR RENTI room, iltcn.n with d nina area IIU I or 6I..2013. 115 hems For Rmt.AROB or aaa.eoMIB6 Carollaale4011 '
In Tu....'. Drill Rtora Bulldlnil20k43 bedroom kith CUll MU 10921REDECORATED OARAOt AFAMTMINT. four MOOT COMl"OrrtAliLI Iwo ..... CARS
Pl..d ptrklni I rout a, MU .IJII .. MODERN two bedroom. SSIn. ..,
.... bath *nd porrh. SIrs loc*. moos h.m. .0mm. and Victor ROOM $1501. Bfir but .. ,, .
... mart' T.rniio (loon. I..*, TWO bedroom lion. On bus alas. .n.lIal. 017 Oro... P1,1 0. 'nr lOll nUrinn pmoC.r rod .. man med 113.11KI1." klUhek oU 1840 o.

tor supple"doctor Outlet ofdco Control or medical hiatint I.rnloll.d ganassapar latest onOautb III ROOM. ...1, d....*..d. klrcandltlonrd LIddIr001 R..II "U 5.5504. will Frlc r..lonlbl. MU 3.1341RdOUB CLUN TWO
A" dupleaI
PlanIds A,00u. eon.dItle,0.
FOR and tir t..dIU.n'' 111 nontb.i . oclon.4 ....... Watetfurnlahod. p.rmn.fil id ilti. FOP RENT. loot. uml'hid room rotunrtrport FOR rlnt BrMi. mndlUonxi I orsoelOo' eta. time to slots. 4-p
I cm T R Tucktr. Jr.. ...... Idull.. Phone NU 3$003 411 Last FrtrhUM. AflllkbK l r onkrolda hot and eold .110 laoh O.oeola. Iai.1t.l2gpsln.tts.
April a> 151-0004 Roid N oohlldres. mudoss. I
HOMEOWNERSFIRE tor MO I"717]. .* room, duly mild ....t.*
CLEAN TWO brdroom "-1'' i. 141 month MX 5.2200.iiii M37 pr ....... M,.. all, mmit.r .
WINDAUTOMOBILE t 129 Furnished AportmenrsPORNIkHED rlVS ROOMS, porehe. larte rind. ...,.....D' I. .1111I 1..11I1. 'f3tesppsirly '' ROOM Of ..Iliclmrrdoor Pun Phon. 882.7145. OrntiHowl
new upholitory. tuMmntie .wuh.er ....... 11'rll. astor. I.,. so dna and toil. ..10er. 111 "*rui &..I.e.., At*.
OR onfunl.h.d .... l 80 741 Rulhlnt MU 3 305. 01.1.5 no South "t.Io.IP IoIU .,,_. III.3331Ul *uLO8E LOOK UP

?*t. bt h .."...... loo t* 'TWO ROOMS Quiet, clean 1101.NIC. : DOWNTOWN prlvit inrinc CHEVROLET CO.
IN 00 monthly" NBo Aprt "und door all ...... ..Ie' AND .t.o.. .rlra. Fir Rint Mists Voneous *. II wtrk 33] Bouttt ....
PUB. LIABILITY ..nti MU 1-441 ,luraimre. .."' ... >.>**. adult. braId I bo'.. II.., floor eO.Li Tomb MU I.40 l. today's Can For Sale ads I 310 No. Florida Ave.

PLATE GLASS OPPEH TWO brdroom. Semiroom. IoIU 2.1815. . .dllite only, Ion Plow limpo 'URN1BHED THRU bodrMmHOUM LOVELY FURNIIHtD room" prl.. In this
.1....... bth ..... cloitt*. :9ii'iAIT'tlmO. ..d...... bih lUsh way. T.. tnd Uin bedroom kto .ntrtnc.. prl .t* bath. Ul'*. section and be I Lakeland
COMMERCIALPACKAGE N..r 505005. 505 ..45114 0524747MOlE. ,dinette.. lOins room kitchen. CWIII 10. baby .....I.d. totir.upatalr. trlll.ri.. PiuS sill lorktlon ,... phon. Ideil foe ilmmik. 111. amazed by the excellent et
arport plenty ot .had .. 1.1 itt Mt UUIIUii Ivrnlthid Phon 8HINICE

& MISC. Iw. room. APARTWLNTI. llornl. utllltlM 005 (sal.rtlihfd suuurn RATES n... Yore .Ic.. parhtni 101 bodr.em Zsi, Mio art.0p0,01. ... MU 14C3ITHREE PRIVATI INTRANI sod b.1I values Don't delay. I
Ulkll MotH. 4100 II.. air a.n41110.lsO.' All eleclrle. Silo.1.bo' u. III.n BEDROOM Ion bath TwIn bid. C0001stIenb 1..II.nlo.lDlld.
Tampa RI.....' .. K..er church and ....... 111 home. South ., Cruul lake .. On bus 1104. .........
LINES OF THREE . ... ten O mil Street 130 F.mlthi II.,... Eioellent condition Bhid. 'r.... ROOM kltchlk .rl"pii: ClAiairiaD DISPLAY
ROOMS .1.! (ul.t lao month on leaee T.. Pod.rums __ _ _
bUPLtX. CLEAN nice three .11111.. Ion healthy oldie
INSURANCEYou'll Oral l.cilloa. II" ,I. kltrhtn all.ltlill. haLls on MocklniblrdLano n *
.. (..nl.h.... Adult ..1,. rooms' oath Water, fir: vrotec' rwo BIDROOM h..... Adults one.."'DIOI.I, turnlih.d 500mooth. ..m.a.rot..1. 113.0ol *ltr.
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Pickles M3-1S03 ,tlon, rubblih collection ls'ws male" N* pete Roferenaiantk .... loS n. .nl. .
Two bedroomi feathWaedland
'..rll lumnloltod. CoIl ..12.131.On. ........, reildent. HI Avenue. Combeeo one NIC' CLaAII room. .loas \0 01010.toed. .I .., .,

417 FURNISHED South TIn.AFAHlMENTB._. .to..nl..1 OUter. available April "IIi immediawlf.-.... aal MO Laos Valencia It... ... month L. i BarkaurRxiiUred . CoIl .U .01J3.. l"of : \
Get fierier UU I-tail TWO BEDROOMS cempletelt Real blue Brekor I
FOUR ROOMS. laraie aparlmeeureened .. ,furmihod 411 Wnt kelmar. IIImenm MU I 1IJ1 Widow would like to shims klronditionid
Service ATTRACTIVELY FURNISHED porch Water. I...'. a*.. ,., Drl.e kr. thra call h OmOwILlte floodlade.
and two bedroom apartment 401 b...i collection furnlahed Adulla II C. Lela Dick.I Posit. lOll Plr..inl ......dIltSs. .,. Buying a Pick-up { -.n:
*& South Florid Phon. MO 3-3.01. u. Welt BUmirUJ tail Main phoni MU aVIDl block Irom .hoppmi ..n.... ,..
FURNISHED OR ....., (urauhedoo $ ARTHUR Hew Iw* kedroomeFURNISHED la.1 Wi0L0.-.Ir., bedroom. tt rent door. 10 nlnuUI trimwntown
Fast Clajs.ldjustniens .....11/111 Like Morton 113Uk nra. .1I.tn. .... ehUrmIasCloan .....,.. '1'. A'ul"ms. Do 00" RclirtncM och.ni.d, Truck Bef/er .
Morlo Dn .. Phone MU ..1." Vale, fll..l.hd.0 130' J..I. ...110.. .... .... IOHRE 1804 Richmond Road - -
3-3410. ...- "' .001. .
PRIVATE ENTRANCE ecreened APARTMENT Utllllurniihed NEARLY MU 2.5530 I
NEW tan b.dmoom CsTmrtosao
Plus porch M lOins room. "'dr... u. eleo room for II..... ..roo... SIrSICturciahrd Head For
kitchen Dim Convenient ".'b. .kin* I.". 703 r.I...,. MU Respenslblo ...110 ..., .
$$$$$$$$ 8U.33IJ.sill kenhborhood Couple aol,; I, 3lt7 I If T. O Towioa. Realtor' .... helpful and productive f.mrcd WORKING Lana. OENTLIMAN stod.ra. I..nlah.dr..m. pn 1/ I

5100TWO Frl.t* .n"..... prl.it. l
SAVED ON "MCI LOCATION CleiB and OR three bedroom noun. air workers u. i ClauifledAdi ISIS room _.o..bl. nU. MOa '
.,....... Lkrt Closet' .
YOURINSURANCE IPIO.AduMi rondlllonln and aenlral I helUnt 1701 11.1 PhOto rink 'lots tlm.l TRUCK TOWN.r
Pirlini Wil.r uruthed "
V.rr conlortakle. Meit door .tonta :
320 Wen CionoB. An ad-writer will FURNISHED COTTAOE Two
CUT VACANCY ..> re RIot. School. naaioaable room, both. R nrrd mn'* Ideal l ,
COTAO5LL5C71lO klUhennfir rent MU 8 kail help you attract Just- Quirt *hdy. i.rd.n, floSs. IJO "
bui private lulled foe t.. .
PREMIUMSYES CLEAN FOUR room duplei lane wflh IM 1714 TODAY
water, IIJ provided lilt. 71J Wen Hancock oo.rll. convenient loi'atlo. 155 right worker.. Dial MU
TIME. .d.lto. 003-4.121. 1101 Boon 136 Rooms With Board
a 101 A l.. L MoutoN: ....,......,. . P14-i 61151.
I Ors..Ins., Lu. IDr 'dlln. 514 IsiLLemon. TWO BIDROOM hone. Cl.ia. IIOARD WITh I..h.. to '01.I..tl' I We have a pick-up Truck made for you
CHECK FIRST Ph..s "U 323o.UARAOI airily, furnliaed 0,...".S IBporeb .. ,..... ....... .bl.. 313Loal
"hIlTWiii-p: ;;; rent with Classified Adi cirport. MO I.IMJ. 050 Ilr..1._
WITHABBOTTHECKES ,...... C..lebl.. eo.... ..Uplocated. OI4PLAY ,
R. pOts. 1".1r. 301 IAn.irToi Room apartment house. I -EAI.'I" D _DISPLA'. CLAbSIPISD- CLAIIIID DIPLAV' _
o. .....t. PICKUPS

FOUR room. Funds tore . Want Ads bring

CO. rom het ill,ilectrlo I13 .0, alt Houih coadltlon.dart Florldi. you tenants fast Dial MU I '60 Ford Ranchro $995

Aven, (.115 R.olilic. . . . . . . . . .

117 S. Tenn. CIROONO aparunent free fLOon laundre. attractive(acllllleirecreation . F-100 Chassis I and cob. AutomatIc'

OreS Trailer I 59 Ford "" : $495
City i .
Ph. MU 2-5113 _B.r.__.._ Ki.hmsp. Latat Pink TOMLINSON'S Bargain .

: _C-*_bSiFIe5. DIIP.LAY __CLAIIIPIID_DISPLAY" I 55 F I Sedan Delivery. Rune good, $225

oru . . . . " . .

'60 Ford !LKskup. c""" $1 095

I "Special Delivery"TRUCK . . . . . . . .

LOT OF Shlrp,
62 Econoline" ptoPk $1295

.hop. . . . .

I SALEIS '61 Econolinepickup, pickup, .om. M095

'63 CADILLAC Sedan DoVillo. Ono owner. Liken o. above . . . . .

Full pewor equipment and $Vl QHQ MAKE
59 Ford
IN FULL BLAST LOADED air conditioning . . . new paint . . . . . . . . . . . . OFFER

'63 OLDSMOBILE 88 Convertible. Radio hoottr,
power steering' end brakes, and $O1QCIr "COME AND GET 'EM BOYS"LONG

ai conditioning . . I7 J
SPECIALS '62 CADILLAC 4 window Sedan. Extra clean full
and '61 CHEVROLET 2 real
power equipment $3795 ton, good,

air conditioning .
ready to go . . . . . . . . . . $1395
56 International 1/2 Ton $195
88 Sedan. Like
62 OLDSMOBILE Super Holiday '
61 CHEVROLET 2 will air
FORD Ton 195 now, radio, heater, power .steering, brakes, ton, lengthen, $1495
56 /
Pickup . . . . . and '
hydramotic $O7O 57 FORD 1 12 ton . . . . . . . . . . $ 695
$295 air conditioning . . . . +
56 FORD / Ton Pickup
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88 4-Door Sedan. Extra 56 FORD F.7 . . . . . . . . . . $ 395

58 GMC V2 Ton Pickup . . . . $295 clean, radio, heater, powr steering brakes, '52 FORD F.7 . . . . . . . . . . . $ 295

'59 FORD /2 Ton Pickup $395 hydramotic, electric windows and $2695
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end air .
We hove the best selection of ges tractors in central' Florida.

'59 FORD / Ton Pickup . . . . $495 '61 MERCURY Monterey 4-Door. Radio, heater, Here is a partial listing.

'59 FORD 1/2 Ton Pickup . . . . $595 air power conditioning steering and. .brok. .,. and. . $"l"t OC jTojef '61 FORD F-1000, steeper. Real good . . . . . $4995

'60 FORD / Ton Panel . . . . $495 '60 CADILLAC Sedan DeVille. Two of these, both '61 FORD F.I000. New engine, fust 'installed . $5500

real sharp. Full power equipment $O. C '62 FORD F950. Almost new V.ry'low mileage $6500

60 FORD Y2 Ton Pickup . . . . $595 and air conditioning . 1O7 V '59 CHEVROLET. Air brakes, cab forward, V-8 . $ 995''

'60 FORD / Ton Pickup . . . . 695 '60 PLYMOUTH Fury Hardtop Coupe. Radio, hooter '53 GMC, 302 engine . . . . . . . . . . $ 750
power $

'60 FORD / Ton Pickup . . . . 695 steering and brakes ] 095 '56 WHITE WC 22. Runs good i . . . . . $ 595

'60 RAMBLER Classic Station Wogon 9 passenger. '57 GMC 552, runs good . . . : : . . . . . . $ 750

'52 CHEVROLET Cattle Truck s..... io<.,. . $595 Radio mission, ,heater 6 cylinder., automatic Extra trans sharpJLfJ$"| OQC '51 INTERNATIONAL L-185'bl )assembly. . $ 895

'59 FORD 3/4 Ton Cab and Chassis . . $795 OLDSMOBILE 88 Radio heater .
57 Holiday Coup.. THEMA
'59 GMC with utility body . . . . . . $895 power steering and brakes, hy. $ LQ C

'62 CHEVROLET ton long wheel base dramatic transmission . O7 sf Large Stock of Rebuilt Trailers

pickup . . . . . . . . . . . $895 MANY OTHER CARS TO SELECT FROM Dry Freight Sunken and Blowers Refrigerated

lee ene ef ,.... tovrfeeui lefeimemU

NEW 1964 TAGS FURNISHED ON ALL ABOVE UNITS w.,.., Slim KKMsr. A.I,. Talfcert, .'..t.* Hsrrsll We also hare pickups, panels, dump trucks, etc.

Many, naiiy inert geed buys ,. cheese front-No Reasonable Offer Refused.Caff If you have hauling ta do, wo can equip you.TRUCKTOWN .

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"H..II"'" fer Ovatity end Value for Our 2) ,..,.,.

TRUCK CENTER 938 East Main St. X o" N Phone MU 2-7173 ( DIVISION OF LAKELAND FORD)

A Ph- 686.5165 1430 W. Memorial Blvd. Phone MU 6-2159
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REAL ESTATE REAL ESTATE Salt 144 Lots 153 Houses Fer Sale 153 Houses Per Sale
144 Acreage, lots For Acreage, Fer Sale 147 Incense Property
143 MebiU Horn Lots 144 Acreage, lots For Sale flVI ACHE treru. .21 doss 131monui LAKEPROMT PROPERTY .! (F5( TWO DUPLEXBB per ..... I mllee from Uk.l.nd kltchrae furanhed Air Stove and rerrlierator Fenced bedraome that will bits
..... Mrl Rudy Hnlior. 1U7 back yard. (150 "0... MO6277 tom b.... Walklnl dlltan
You LL ENJOT mint OB your LAND aOY-IOIO .ern MU -4101.. W a. WlllllDil Rt.llor. ((| .auditioned. Bieellent return onIBve
E. Memorial
awn .lot In Lakowood Trailer ... .,..,.d 0100 loud. 000 pop auto Slog 113' .t..ent. fhone II9O891IDI' aft.r 6 50.' I ihopplni. and lrm.ntary acbool.
L..... Larie I..... pa"d ."'..... 1340 .... lettle ranch, fenced ..0'eroo. ---- ---. InInduitrlai cOVEN ROOMS and kattl. .80nunui. Across atrl from Bouthweetunlor
OROVIE LAND 10 sru pin.I.n. TAMPA HIOHWAY I4I.SIO', 00pe11.55 rRONTAQC. two homei. Huh Wool Windsor otrot.off
HI ulllltlee. KwlrlrU T. feared. Corral and loadlaichutee.
and ..... . 1I..lIIul Ills" I.n'. inraetment 11600, John aonlni area ReducedLeahy "' no dews pairment. no South Lincoln Arenu. ModeOunder
lorki l t or t.k Parker 195 M
onJunele nor f. .
5001111100.dullmare. Me
toeU n.
.UO. L.k.I.Dd liDO lIod J .. 110 North Matt loMot
124 w. Main, u Realtor
..... oonitruction. Full Information
E 300
Streel Polio HIM only 15500 11500 down .. MU '.IO 6.
I.n. trim (550 per acre Term. 103. 'U.'J4I call after 4 (((.(110.TMHEB .
Mward Hollati Jr Realtor &0 bead of cattle only leo 000 pm
I and Developer MO 2-2334. 3 000 ....., four ", n.. from C,- down. 0.0 R. L. Outdoor,. TWO LAROB country loll, duo DUPLIX. CB loo ... ft. each TWO B K O ROO" bou. withrrrard BEDROOM CB Ills ...
I .... C. L.II or Ray K >l .., .porch. Coors lot % '
Oardena 0. hiihwariroBtate. i Rrelly. 1011 Cut: Main.Puon. b. 1900 down ptr ... Call aide, sued location will earnnorUiie 4 rornee lot. all heal eondlllonn.
only 1750 per aero BooR ..e-.133.COMBIX MU ..!<... Owner 188-1801. "i. mU. ouUlde. car tooo. Phone 'HA.. Widow Solon north eu>
C. Lela, or R L. Oardner.Dicker .' 000.1006.MEDULLA
oMpLrrRLv'ruRNisHro; 12.11
LOTS du.Pin. ,
II (or eal In CryetalBprlnii
Realty loll laet Mala MANOR lot*. HerdlnCombre a. nil South Iron .. IflJOO. Near 00.01005. eta ARIA Two 1 bedroom.
It See the "Business Oppor Phone MU Cei33.ASTURB I Road la't'.ll'. city ..- nprlnia. Rpeuneble I83-3484 Kant ....non. ......1. mono MU two bas hom., all coo, .enl.nc.., FOR ALE CB. Strawberry by owner. Bill Two .bedroom ._.,
m and oleoukli II '81. 2-4111 load water. Ian. low low downosemetl
termeUM JUT Strawberry L.... Lot 18(1
LAND 400 acree
tunities" ads in today'spaper '1 lot cuh (2-l73.. ro. 61 or trailer. Drane field
165'. Prlr.
t mood eoll. aom timber eemlileared. AIR CONDITIONm dupln. brat Reed to Plpklc then left 144Mlle. 01500. Pbon. ATwiter45M2
Near Plant City. Only Robinson Pines South.lda 1000.tlon. Star wlla. MU a.eoia. Fort ....d.. Florida.
for the best buys. :1150 per a..re. 1.,,,,. 29% down CHOICE BUILDINO alt.. ISO I Oo.rtOIPS Lake HoIIID""U' I' THREE BEDROOM two bath CRboo.
Bee R L Gardner. R C LoI..r 116 directly behind 3M CleveHelthtl con Loslk Orl..ard. Broker, 113.on. NIAR1NJ COUPLrriON TroSt.nel -
Lol. .
5000-Seat All .11 11111111.1. J50 ... MD 2-709
t 1t Ray K. Led at Dirk R..I.,.I lond Bl"... Call MO (- Pared .1..11. Larll SA .10.' ... .. .r .U..4. ....10... In del lei featurln aepaiau .1'., S.30 pm
0011. MU (-3.70.CL"'I.O ainlni room paneled tarnllT -
SALES 1011 taut Main phone OM1133CLASSIFIED .,.
lie .hods t1 1 51.11 rest i""u UNIT motel: acre: main room with fireplace, double BY OWNER New two bednBOUTH8IDB.

ca.'sl'I&O DlbPL..Vr DISPLAY' O/SPLAY T 01 r Wtbatb 1T..kor 00, J Hlihland,.. Realtor St, .Call... 120.000 route 105000.Clark Realtr.Income ei 111<.403114S 000-. door entry, 10,... double laraa. f'...... bou. for solo 0' tInt
Irlar Bra. Ukelanda moet da- 100 down. 'bOD'
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.13.4823. '
Prop.rtyIIAC'JIIPICa or
THREE bedroom.
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II THREE bedroom Bear .ll-to-well earpata tcreenei
HOMESITES. ,o erlooklna CIDAM tabln. ... ehopplot 11400 lot.jwal .- porch patio, fenced ,.... 8mel
Lake OlbtoB Water
I telr..... like ere.... Prima oar- 13910.. a bedroom novel' ..atone.. al 'S.6'1&2.7I ..oDUlI,. down payment., MU ....lt.Hllleld. .31
boat bum ramp e 2-o407. bou. 17080 Cub or 6C341. eBfeOUI.UOl Dr....
1 Lane lou fro* M9I I* off oa .
STADNTON AVENUE R. THREE LARGE bedraome.ondltloned. .Ir
week dart Croon -
I LOTS OF LOTS! I mlloi Nona M avon du..d. Corner lot. three bedroome., . wpuau carport
I 301 W..... and waloel two baths Florida room central Atallabl. for Immedlat* .....
j.I j. Brautlful earner. 20.r: Collet.I .Ir and heat. 6(3-1021. pan.,, 12"S Alma .....t. Call ..
.' OBlir J.J00. 100 PT. Laketront. 31 mllee rut I
NEW TWO bedroom bane. Reads 8JI'i or 3-lliJ
Home of Quality Cars Trailer lihu, only loU II with.ISO. oltr LO-2080.atr of Lot Lakeland.lot for o... .Lab at I4VH Ratchlneba: HUM (.or. ImmFdlau' _up".'. 1100 OWNER SALE: '!b.*. bedroonT
(t. lltini aroa built-in ranie
and drr. Can io bo boat to Kle.elmmeo Q I too bush 'om. N. $0105150
MEL RUDY I or Miami gee R C. Lela. iwnlm wlndowa full Ills bath.rrraue .; pool Excrllent Bouthild* location.
3 L"L .R..IIO' Mon.... Broker R. ... Oardner, B L. Bnke or Bud floor acreroed porch I 410 Phyllla Street open lor your
64 FORD 4-Door Priced. at 110000 .S. M a
... ,. 1011 sot niptetton.BEDROOM.
2695 I 1817 E Memorial Blvd. .1. at Dicl'e Rooall .
month artrr s 10' down .am.nt.Cs
Calaxle 500 ....,..... ..... ...... .... "'dial mH-4107- any tlmo Main It Phone MU ..3.. be seen dally BUD Acre.Por 3 ,. two bath houea
: : HOME ..n' with two late. 2415 Broadway..
I 1 1. I or 10 KaUiletn are* or LAKLFKONT Information Jerry Mar-
63 CHEVY II2Door $1695 Olbaonia Ai low aa 10% down ON dl. CY 4-Uie or Den WlntereCV Duo. Phon. 606.5614.

.............. . ............ Catalonia. .* 4 beautiful acre.! LAKI waterfront OIB8ON homo for a 9-1433 I FOR RETIREMENT 1'1010' .111I%
"' ill down payment. A>alon, A best ,
4i --00rn5 renl.d. The. bedroom,
'63 DODGE 4DoorHardtop care trailer ...... or beautKulon lane 100111,. Llvlnt room. 4 M31bodrooms BARGAIN, ATTRACTIVE, two,, rame' and apartment' two
of bedroom CB. lane Florida room larai.
$2395 lota cloieulaundri
......... . ................ L. *J.aero Barbour homeiltee, Realilvrm,. mulcted Heal kltchea Into t room bathe, Moro banter combined bUll 51.11115..sons.nnulated.. birth wlndowi.cabinet tu.* b near... 000 10'.,, mek Boutheld.an otter. Owner Call pold(8S-34U(19.. .

'63 CHEVROLET I 4.la Broker MU 6-9813 with ftmllv room. Dim a lane school..55.05 end churches Pared four ; :
TLMPLC PARK bedraome
$2395 NICE BUILDING '. ... eltr ,.... Wond..
lot. 110 lir porch laclnl the lake All hardwood no throw bathe, all Formica kitchen
Impala. loaded ........ ..... ........... 1 1I 1 vrner Marrletta Street. and Hart. loon, cell heat tenitlanblind rut Belihborhood Ideal retlre- two car ..'..., brick, er-. owner
I sell Avtnuo. It I.... rult 'r_.: throughout freihlr painted ",.0& bo.... '7.too. Term Bit 1220 J.ffa Btmt. Call 86Tl,
63 CHEVROLET $1595 AIM at lou la Block II. Kdtt.wood .'Inildo and out. Double carport:dunsfor cash IB my ", .11,.
Park on pa od Street. Wa. and ntilitr room. Prlvat dock 717 ......ob. two blot out '175 DEPOSIT, M75U monU,.
Pickup Truck .,.... ...,...,.. 1 ter and electricity, Phono 682. Reeds lor ocruptnet.Call o' Wtbam Skrlln Acree. Ale Thr. bedroome. CB IVi balharly .
'63 MONZA Spyder :a.HOTWO. or 001 Use for building lot *r truck N. decorated. Hardwood Iloorer .
W. O Stills N.. Crrnl.l' Lake Brhool Ship.ey .
I Jamie D Cappe or Owner, ao-373l.
4 In the floor I ......... ............. .. LOTS.Bear Lakt Nor 10 Holllnnwortb Cryetal LaklDrl euoin ....2711 1150 DOWN. (7147 monthly for ag-isoa, ... .'211.

'62 FORD 4-Door ,priced rllhl. Two lou Klni and CB home In Ediewood Park.r.n..e SOUTH8IDB LOCATION thembedroom.
151 Real Estate Exchange two bath panel Plo.ld.rao.
$1495 'Queen Blreot ono wlui ..m.nbou. and built Ine. .3..8 .
Galoxie ............... ... lood buy. Kucluilv lot REASONABLE: OWNER Lowdown central. bun -heat ID kitchen and alt, cornerot. condltlonlne.
Edtewat.r Besot 171' front the HAVB HOUSI 14 000 emote .... Three bedroom. .. .
62 FORD Convertible Auto 10. "' (II 500. (800 down--or .oUl.In.
$1595 ....1. L J. Harbour. Reilet.red Will trade for ant Item valued two lull bathe, lane Florid; down-you pay cloelne coeu.
matic, radio and heater .............. Real btato: Broker MU 4-2833. II ".800. M-0141 or 610-0333 roo", 2 car carport.. brick On. 310. Tount Court. SM-7700
ONE ACRC .k.Iont 3000 14Oirr yrar old Pbon. MU J-4S3I or
'62 OLDSMOBILE Starfire.' 100 *5ieei >.mwMmcf..,. .., i. : lOll home; irida for .",.II.r ,MU 3-tMt

loaded ......................2295 sell kind of used 145 Business Property home. Cob Bartle, Realtor, lit3191. OWNER: III Prado Place. Sutra
We only one car. tarts rooms family room, till
'62 PONTIAC Convertible RESIDENTIAL COMMERCIAL. WILL TRADE eoultr horns 4 K.th-kitchen-air. conditioned
: $2195 IDdu".1 lots 11.1 .n .... Mel bedrooms 2 bathe, double .ar (10 100.
loaded .. . ..................... ( ) tudr. "' .Itor. 1117 B. MemorialBlfd 'port for' 10' wide hounetraller. ENTERTAINMENTneed
Creampuffs. MUST BELL. Them bedroom CB
. .
.6.4107.INDU8TRIAL .
1177 Woe Lane M-73M
62 RAMBLER bou... 10.700.. air conditionerandtrapcd .
$1495 TRACT adtoln Will take s e eId0orbs
4-Door ........................................ Oeampuff That's" a used car without 'the secondhand head Itral'. Po01...,. ...... lmetely 10Apr. '152 Real Estate Wanted ... ''-3367. u not te expensive.
01.1. Railroad. 110 000
; CS 1300 down,
aches. Jobs J. Irmo Realtor, 0064553 -
$1695 balance 18400, tot M month
Check the Classified
Air conditioned .............................. Mainly wire in business to sell new Volkswagens. But people LIST YOURPROPERTY i 1103.. North Webeter .,... MVa tec-

'62 VOLKSWAGEN $1395 trod. ui all kinds of cart for VWs and we find ourselves with, all 146 Farms Graves Ranches WITH US FORICL08ItD eeo BJ-PO88 8 B B Obertaln tion for good buys In used

SunRoof ................................... kinds of used cars on our hands. 1 If '.bo.t,' can't BILL It. BURN Mel Rudy ID Realtor.many Lakeland 1527 B.I.Memorial ... TV and Stereo sets.

'61 BUICK 4-Door. $1395 Th. really good ones, well renovate, rehabilitate' and resell OROVI BARGAIN. 10 acrw moot.I. ,IT DOWN." B L. l hortr> Palm Bled (M4107.BAROAIM .
....... Realtor, LOLL?. 204 .. Ten- ,
Special 1 ..,...,,.................................. The 'heaps" never liven get close to our used car lot. I'.0..0... Nortb 1 Lakeland yeara old.129000 Good I,er.,..m Avenue Phone MO 2-1173 BEAUTIFUL modern
2.* doe.. Alto adlolnlni (V. :(Ne" to B. T..... A... ParklniLotJ :no",., three bedroom 1H bath,
61 CORVAIR $995 j We don't sell any car new or used, that can't pass our 16. .... 1 ,..... Kvenlni, Malcolm fine corner 10,. eonrinlent location .

Wagon ......................................... point safety and performonce'crieck. Alter oil, our reputation' Tbo", ..., 6D6-21H.086-71116 Bert Rodieri.Realtor. I for near ooul"Crretal Drl Lake,, by(1800caeh 3511Exchani. CLASSIFIED-- DISPLAY-
'61 OLDSMOBILE F.SS4Door 1295 rides around in every used car we sell 94" R'iBir ,a, II acres 10." lop WB"OR,. reatali reiultel Mel N.lltiDII Rudr. Real- 086-7586.. Malcolm AveQue.' Thomai Call Sour. SELL YOUR CAR

.. .. ............................. 'That's why you'II only find worthwhile oulomobils' on our home tun, new I mllea 2 out bedroom 125000 2 down.Realtor. baU. bra 1127 Eait: Memorial. ll-4101. THREE BEDROOMS I Mi bath.lorIda TO US.

'61 RAMBLER 512.9.5 used car lot, We're specialists, you know. bal.ac5. 10 ,..... K.. H..rll. traced yard room Real air baneln conditioned.in a'ery WI PAY TOP PRICES FOR

Ambassador. Loaded .................... In creompuffs. IBI-3191. ..,.bl. location. Call 6M4B93 ANY CLEAN USED CARS.
vr <'')-'116'. ROSS LAKELAND
61 OPEL -

On. owner ............,......................... 895 10 arts ol i fear Mamllni. sour USE LEDGER MOTORS, INC.
root on 90 acrea ...n..' host fiND 11 FAST CLASSIFIED/ ADS 1500 W. Momori.l, Blr.
60 CHEVROLET toll. Water. for Irrlaatlon. Full Ph. MU 2-Sin
1395 price only. ill.000. Terms .
Impala Hardtop ............................ I Ross Lake/and Motors. Inc.Ill I TED TOWSON CLASSIFIED DISPLAY
695 Realtor LMLA in the Want Ads I Home
4-Door .............................................. I 31'Call B.Pla...3IB.A...
'60 FALCON car business or lost dog
795 Claude Jenkins

4-Door ... ................................... $1,230 PER ACRE . Classified ads fill

'60 OLDSMOBILE "88." $1395 117 Acree In trove. M sorer matured your needs. Look In the

Air conditioning .......................... 107 ..r.. 1.7 yeari old. Club
( VMliiirlil ll > HUhwar Ironl... Irritation classified section nowl! 'Country Used Cars'Just
'60 OLDSMOBILE Wagon.loaded load bloom, plus 323 acres oremra
$1395 land, rrlco litO 000. 90*
............. . ....................... down No 14 Call Jin Powers
'60 PONTIAC $1395 uthrized VW Diaftr Realtor MU 1-1173 with T. R. Tucker Jr.. ( Like New & Fully Guaranteed)

4-Door Hardtop .............................. I CLASSIFIED. DISPLAY CLASSIFIED DISPLAY_ #299 '63 CONTINENTAL
---- --- --- ------ --- 4-Door. Leaded. 17 -
----- ---------- -- -- ------- -- ,
60 MG. Two $1295 let milei. Will be In warranty up'to

to choose from .............................. 24,000 miles $
'59 BUICK 4 DoorHardtop VlCQC

895 Extra sharp ............ ............ 40 vv
............................................ '
#190 62 CONTINENTAL Sedan.
Fully leaded.
795 White with leather

Wagon ...................:...................... $3195
'59 CHEVROLET VOTEFor InterIor.. ..... ... .

Convertible i .................................... $895 #131'59 CADILLAC 4-Door Hardtop Sedan.
59 FORD Country Beautiful red with black Interier. Factory

Sedan Wagon ..................:.............. 995 air conditioning. All $
'59 FORD 4-Door power Special IDvw

Calaxie .................. ................... 895 The Leader In Sales #292 '60 OLDSMOBILE 98 4-Doof Hardtop s.
elxi dan. White air conditioned

Hardtop, loaded .......... ..... .......... and power .
#267 59 LINCOLN 4-Door Hardtop Sedan.

Beige with matching Interior, all power

| CHEVROLETWorld's plus factory air $1495

WE HAVE TEN 1959 PONTIACS conditioning ........................

,,.", $300 ? $995 SELECT GROUPOne

Com in end pick out the one of your choice. ( Year GW Warranty)
Leader For Years

#200 '61 OLDSMOBILE F-8S 4-Door. Standard --'s
695 shift, radio, heater

Station Wagon ................................ Blue $1195
'59 MERCURY 22,000,000 ON THE HIGHWAY-2,681,000 IN 1963 ...........

895 # 132 '62 COMET 2 Door. Blue $10
2-Door Hardtop ...............................' (1C
Extra nice . .. .. .... lUJIO

59 PLYMOUTH $395 Reach In 1964 #275 '60 CHEVROLET Bed Air 4-Door.
Runs good .................................,...,.. May 3,000,000 Auto-
matic trenimiitien radio
59 OPEL. $995
$395 heater V-8. Real nice . ..
Gas saver .................... ........,.......... ..
'58 OLDSMOBILE 595 IMPALA This 'Is Why Chevrolet/ Is the Leader: #191 '60 FALCON 4Door. Standard shift, re-

4-Door .. .,......................................, ,' FIRST In the Heart of America. die, heater Red $695
and l white
<< .
Wagon .............................................. Styling. j #246 '59 FORD 2-Deer. Radii, heater, automatic .
BISCAYNE FIRST In Engineering. tranimiiilon V-8.
58 EDSEL. ,

Real sharp ..................,.......,...,....... 495 CHEVELLE FIRST In Comfort. Real nice $695

'r FIRST| ,In Economy. #263 58 CHEVROLET 4Door. Radio, heater,

CHEVY II FIRST In Service. automatic tronsmtiilon,

Transportation Specials CORVAIR' FIRST In Long Life. 6 cylinder ... $495

FIRST In Re Sole Value.
Then art cult few of our lost ",*.k'. rr.d.-lni .n -
lota modeli. W. nttd room 10 the eon laid move SUPER SPORT FIRST With Luxurious Fisher Body.
th..... Some .. ove on. own.... Visit Polk County's Largest and

MONZA Most Modern Service
'57 MERCURY 4-Door .5,5$295 7l.r Dept.

'55 MERCURY Wagon .5.$195 SPYDER r I Tune a up Specialist
56 OLDSMOBILE . . . . . $149 _
54 DODGE, . . . . . . . $149 L t. [ II Lakeian aine* I Ml end)
LITTLE ..ilh Lakeland L.ln.....
'55 MERCURY . . . . . . $149 AND BIG BIG BIG BIG TRUCKS '; owe ...n.fI... Carl less

56 FORD . . . . . . .5.$99 attend_ achawla at Fwd
M. Ce .
M ranemialiene. -
53 STUDEBAKER Truck . . $99 lune-ua anal materaverhaula

'58 CHEVROLET . . . . . .$99 68,000,000 Passenger Cars Registered In America 22,000,000 Are Chevrolets a 11, ..31N1..0554... anC M ale. ..kea._ ,an.*

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56 FORD Wagon $99 .n. Thia maol -
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'55 PLYMOUTH . . . . . . $99 8,700,000 People Now Own More Than One Car--- , ....h.., 5. 560 awvlm, tar >ai-

55 BUICK . . . . . . . $99
Present nil Coupon Before, April 19, 1964.
55 FORD . . . . .51.5. $99

'56 BUICK . . . . . . . $100 Tieitwn Adiuet Carbur.tar s Ad|. r.n Beit. .... 20.00

''56 PONTIAC . . . . . . . $99 We Need 12 More Boys For Local Soap Box Derby : ......0.kr.'Tuniite Imnb, L.'r.l V.Iu.5&4 .RT. Only I ISM

54 OLDSMOBILE . . . . . $49 CI.... Air eiM.r S'U *
Sponsored by Lokelond Ledger Optimist Club Pendawi Chevrolet. Cle.n 4 Adjust (...k Plum f
50 CADILLAC . . . . . . $49Th. I Mo.
For Full Details and Entries Sign Up At Pendarvii Chevrolet Today!! : ::O. .I-Pump .. ..': P\.LU' IAAt1

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MU 2.8610 MU 6.8133 Of. Daily Till 9 f.M. All
Day Saturday
OVER 20 YEARS IN SAME LOCATION 310 North Florida Ave. Lakeland, Fla. I '
941 lest Min St. lakeland Pk. MU 2.6151

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153 Houses For Sale 153 KotiM Fr Sal 153 Houses Fr Silo! 1S3 Houses For Sal 153 Houses For Sell! i 153 HI"'" Far Sol liao DlaPLAV CLAaairitO 01051.3.5 J

.nil M150.Iota.TWO T1r.000101.todroom bloeu. 11.100.w.CI.,o0 C.n.40 0no $61.85 PER MONTH You're InvitedTO OWNER SALEI I HOMES BY $50 PER MONTH I III
L mnrlo.0s 182.1311. Small down
INSPECT OUR payment 1 .0I: bfdroooi ..... koaiiothol
()BEDROOM horn in Two bedroom CII 11_. 1010' VA MANAGER .
.Mland. Only 06800 Down par.rrat W..t Cool a' m ParlOR Rood In Mrdnllamroo a .mum bo. sold ImmodlatolvHo USED TRUCKS
Root. P1.0. alllilnt otoolnt oort
P.y FurnishedModel no Mostrai.
MOO Drt o kr US Wmtl 00.10 owroom. Ulo baUi CB homowtln .
Includeo ,
tax. DOWN Mlolamni dowo
Neurone. parmratand
oarport aid aulltr AND TRACTORS
Jionmck l tb a Mil MO S-tSU to Pr ideal dud 001 a I
Inbrlo1. for tolonnauonMiooo
1160 Iota Dloe lot Mi ICOpcrmu m IMO la
inildo approximately
> DNmM1. Home aooo. (go a nm7MO hut cbolo homo la HI boollso5. Moods throuih 110407 e WAnU'OHT AnI. 'a* INTIRNATIONAk. V.1Hw
ii tUCUROOlbU two bubo' rnONB l3-IUo 0.610.01. Call &a.1 Ty.0.O.. IIIUI 1:1: ?. OomvJotoif '"" _......, 500. 1 i w-. 4111.. INMQc0Y1tVt ,th. 401. ,.._. no.. __I...
tarporl..lav .oiwtidi (04 boat Bdiovood sums 1 Open 1:30 P.M. I Of alO 0.7113.CUSTOM Monthly un.nU M low M 160 MU 2-6116 ",," a r I ulp., .,. ImlUntcondition U4M
dr.j. 'atop bt our oidoo Of .aIL .
iwlro. MU To 3:00 P.M. *0 roKB loonollno Van
bwllr o UOVC annrt: oao l to story duplti I LAKEFRONTHOME Wcd-Frl..Sat. & Sun. I T. R. TUCKER, Jr. 4 BEDROOM EASTI! ,.. rNT1"CON.IIOIo4I..IU 0.dt.Or 00 5.s.yOs.tins_.

...... M. o otfor 1M fussily Sod M.ia 1'00I"! Vlilt no Ut 01...bolo rod... .with BUILT REALTOR ,Two bath. two story home ....004 hta ......Y.....,A,..... P00M0LL 0005... 'CUI..."Io_wills.. lo0dm0.."'
four houiln n. .1. .
at a
BAA KRAVT rood ion with extra lot on each side! .010I ".MO AHD $4S PI"1olO.. 473.. 0505. N0w 0.000010.Sff
Plait 1100 ean afford Von ill undw noobllfatlqn '. .. .....".at
iowm ad ua monthly kou Two bun tots onto. 315 N MM MV7IT3 Afe L.bN.0d Reduced to $13,5001! RN. ......A6i,-....'-b MA'l'MI'........
i..odont rosy Omits. carport 613 bedroom Itrtin 4 bedroom -2 tile baths Lakeland Builders ALL BRICK HOMES I, PHA Area Proptni U....... 759. M10 0010.45 M 0.01.. It A0..1111. NATIONAL TN' NEW CVS INTO CAD.T,,
fload. Mr. Rarnwod.. ua.3121 :2 car garage 112 ft. on VA Am Proportr MMMOT 1000 W.UK' "IKII 60.Tw ..nil U "P. RlDINO
5000 oolloatUWNCR. : LAWN AND 0.0'
lake Inc. LUXURY SOUTH! 11555 Mm.ml 51.0.4101*) T"aCTO" MOWS a N
nice fishing dock HO town _
PRTVB: kr 111* .' pormint oa rout lot M 101. a..if.r
Call to .. shade M-41M 'or 6111 MALL .. .. BEAUTIFUL HOME Huge three bedroom mullbaih ACRR IN AN ,MOU' Cold.
data lot MShcn
ooo loud Two, tree RO1142. .. arm t on our MU. 1-451? f. a dS.NA
uoll"'on. World room oloclrlokltchm Dr. North..oa.....Lakolaad HUUi : near .... .... .........
on acre near
| You Mao tho ....... d to 0. bra ruhl bKithrln 1 Its thl. oa tblo lam M .lib! -1110..1..win
..... toil .. .
a-alH. turn loft to Modal at MI. tins aao bo o Lake Holllngsworth Re-
R M. 1719 Kathrrn. ....... to a karbor .11o0. btai" Many more
homo bulnow
with iho* or any im U Thohomo Aron
InorM* room and tOo bala. AaoDII .... I roomi. OYl.aIAtd KIco. .. tywb wN I.m. C501.10tr10 A.1Nm1.1 t* c.*oi* frm
& 1.. 0. 40710.4 M 4731.. 1. M.m..d A10m4.
< toauxMtd 10 Ion taod SONS $5900 I kadi. mammoth klwiuiLocatod o.
ntfUo Addltloaal bout TWO BEDROOM CB on oouUioldo not far QUILLIANINTERNATIONAL
-ullaolo far ""Ia!. ruono niIJDOO LMLA Itealtori I INC. from ao Uiw$t Jr HI. Ito-llaa I'
Plant CityJHOUTHSIDK. 14011. Milo
I4BO down Throo 411 So Fla. A...
. .. two city taxes. Terms I 000145 LMLA TRUCK
I bald. Florida roomtooroh VII 1527 E. Memorial Blvd. & TRACTOR
erO50Sd Bchool. h... Its.SU1 lli.243 110 W. WajDa' 03 e. Plorldi
Owner. 0001804.CLASIFID. UOCiRA0S Owner MU 8-4132 PHONE MU 24179CLA'S' Dial 686-4107 Any Time SHOP THE CLASSIFIED ADS 2115 DW City HwY.

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flllid with erang |Luke cartoni-gutu the number of cartons In Cnvrtlbl

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22 Friday,LAKELAND April 17, 1M4 LEDGER,Goldwater Says U. S. ata easasr

Civil I Defense Missile Lead Slipping Let's Play Bridge \ appose AUTO taxes TAG is always INCREASETe I popular stand with" the

satin, especially during election time Therefore, It Is net
Meeting Set STOCKTON Calif (AP) tamed constantly on alert to By ALAN TRUSCOTT surprising that the license tag Increase should became an
Sen. Barry Goldwater chargesthe the Russians' 120 heavy bombers Issue la my campaign for reelection la the State legis
Johnson administration and 150 medium bombers David Mason, president of the tricks were cashed for a club
In Ocala Greater New York Bridge Association discard. A winning diamond lature.In .
has "recklessly underestl.mated" which could reach the United I the demands
ardnr ta meet
the Communist*'and allowed -'States, the Pentagon report: specializes In winning was led from dummy ruffed
BARTOW Wes Gunn, the the U.S. missile lead to said. mixed pair championships. He by' East with the heart seven II ef a grewlng stale
county's clvil: defense director, falter. "The whole truth Is not being I has recorded no fewer than 10 and overruffed by South's heart) and keep pace with the rest
yesterday issued an invitationto r such victories since the begin; jack. The position was then af the natlen, the 1963
The A r I 11 o n a Republican told to the American people of
ning 1962. this: voted to increase '
all Interested persons to attend swung away from a prepared Goldwater said An Air Force I Legislature ,
a local government civil: speech at a rally Thursday reserve general he has long He will now be able to disprove NORTH services and facilities for yea
J defense conference scheduledfor night and stirred up his dispute contended that McNamara is the suggestions that his 4- In many Important arias
next Friday in Cocoa. with Defense Secretary Robert depending too heavily on missiles successes owed something to V However, existing State Income -
(t' Gunn said the conferencewill McNamara.He over manned bombers. his bachelor status, for he was 5J9 was net adequate to
be one In a series being differed sharply with, Me married recently to Jane Gin-
Still Top Power din He will thus be A82 pay the bill Therefore, we
conducted by the Florida Institute Samara's assertion-backed by on an. WEST EAST forced to'r.al. in an
for Continuing University President Johnson that this, Goldwater, bidding for votesin equal footing with other married I A 10 9 Ay were sestien for additional .
who find it an
Studies FICUS which is Is its California's June 2 presidential experts hard to
( ), under country increasing arms ,- V K8
i contract to the Depart. superiority over the Soviet UnIon. primary against Gov. Nelson play with their wives and twenty days at- '
ment of Defense office of A. Rockefeller, said there'sno HARRY CROSBY equally hard to play with other AAQJ 4763SOUTH ttmptlng to find a new tax ; a'
Civil Defense. doubt the United States re- mixed partners while their hurts ta pay for these Improvements.
I Gunn outlined the purposesof Cite Figures mains the greatest military CrosbyResigns wives hover in the background .
the conferences as1: Goldwater referred to figures power in the world. ) Foresight Demonstrated V AQ4 The Finance and Taxation

,. I -Inform county and city officials released by the Pentagon But, he said, "I do charge Mason demonstrated remark- Committee, canildered by
elected and appointed Wednesday. Its report countered that under this administrationwe able foresight in today's deal. AK9 many the matt Important
and key private citizens of the testimony by Gen. CurtisE. are losing this strength"
West overcalled committee In the House, had
I LeMay Air Force chief of two clubs South led the club king, and
continuing need for adequate Returning to Washington aft Church PostHarry rather than
make this decision. This
one spade partly ta
i preparedness for survival in staff that the Soviet Union has er a shortened two-day speak- because West took two club tricks. The
the event of nuclear attack of .closed in on the U.S edge in ing stint Goldwater left behinda but the suit was stronger next lead was ruffed in dummy, Committee, ef which I am a
of natural disaster military strength demand that Rockefeller supporters Crosby has resigned as be mainly able because he hopedto and when East discarded South member, was faced with u choice between increasing,

t -Provide a better under The Pentagon figures are mis- quit raising the extremist minister of' education of the suits at a to convenient show both level.his was able to under-ruff with the the license tag fee or placing a sales tax en groceriesand

standing of the federal state leading, Goldwater said given issue in the California cam- Southslde Baptist Church to accept North could have passed two two heart tricks.four and It South make the had last retained medicine. I was opposed to both for .. one likestaxes
and county civil defense pro- out only to silence critics. paign. a call to a similar positionwith no-trump which would have
the heart six instead of
I grams. The military comparison fig. He urged the New York governor the First Baptist Churchof been made exactly after a club the four would, and I am certainly no exception
the contract
the federal, state and county urea released by the Defense to call off a so-called North Charleston S.C. His lead, but instead he chose the have been defeated. However, I. the, final analysis, the money had to
civil defense programs. Department said this countryhas task force of seven Republicanstate Imaginative bid of three hearts come from some place, so I voted against the tax en
I Provide assistance in defining 750 intercontinental ballistic legislators all membersof resignation will be effective He
judged that South was the
feed end medicine, and for the tog Incises, as
local civil defense problem missiles, compared with fewer the Rockefeller delegation May 31. likely to have a six-card suit, Paul VI
areas through workshops than 187 possessed by the Soviet -who charged that right-wing A former professional golfer, and in any case his refusal to Pope linear of two evils. I voted for this tog Increase know
I tailored to specific community Union. The United States has Goldwater supporters are out to Crosby has been minister 'of support hearts at an earlier To Mark Death lag well It would not be popular to do so.
I needs 540 strategic bombers main take over the Republican party education! at Southslde Baptist stage made it unlikely that he You might ask then, why vote for any tat Increase?,

Church for the past two years. held three-card support Of MichelangeloVATICAN Well, I voted for all of the Improvements and benefitsyou
He began his religious workIn West led the spade jack, .
I YSr 1 ( are receiving, such as a tint! clots educational system
rC 1955 when he gave up his which Mason South, with
won CITY (APPopePaul ) In Florida, an Improved road system, Increased fa-
career as a golfer to accept a the ace. He continued with a VI will say Mass Sundayat
post with the First Baptist diamond, and West came up the Sistine Chapel to honor duties for the Swnland Training Centers for retarded
Church of Morganton NC. He with his ace and returned the Michelangelo on the fourth cen- children and many, many other Improvements demanded
served the church until 1957, diamond five. (A spade returnat .tennial of the artist's death by yon, the people of Florida.
when he entered Southern Baptist this point would have been The Sistine Chapel houses Mi Alto, when It came time to pay the bill for these
Theological College Louisville better.) The diamond king chelangelo's masterpiece the Improvements, I stood up to be counted and voted for
: Ky., from which he re- won In dummy and the heart enormous fresco of the Last'I that alto. Furthermore, and I want to emphasize this, ifI
ceived his master's degree in nine was led. East ducked Judgment. I' I had the opportunity to do It over again, to choose between
+ religious education. While attending and South was careful to drop
,Inmate in
a tax on groceries and or an
the seminary he served
the six-spot from his hand. A
as minister of education of the diamond was now ruffed with TIME FOR A license tags, I would vote exactly the some way again.In .
Twenty.Third and Broadway the heart ten, and two spade the .eight years I have represented you In the
Baptist Church of Louisville and CHANGEs State Legislature, I have never failed to take a stand or
after his graduation he was call- NORTH face an I..... During this time I have voted on at least
ed to a new Baptist church located A KQ4V ten thousand different roll calls, and after all of this, I
near the seminary The 95 consider It a compliment that the only Istuo my opponents
Beechwood Church, KJ9784
where he remained until became I S2 have raised agalntt me In this campaign, js the license

to the Southslde Baptist WEST EAST lag Increato.Te .
Church here I A 310952 4863 represent Polk County In our State Capitol das

L Mr and Mrs. Crosby have two .Z V K873AS always been a source of great pride to me, and I am
children Harry William who Q102 confident that the gnat majority( of my fellow citizens In
will be graduated from Lakeland 4AQJ1OS 7 6 3 Polk County, will gladly pay an extra $10.00 In order
Senior High School In June after SOUTH (D) to provide their children and grandchildren with a superior .
which he will enter Wingate A A7 education In this challenging and demanding age.
Junior College at Wingate. N.C.; A Q J 10 84 ELIMINATE PRESENT
r and lennie Elaine a student at 83 FIE SYSTEM RE-ELECT

_. .. ... Southwest Junior High School. AK94Neither I Will Keep All Promlm
_. ; '- .- .J.rl... side was vulnerable.
South West North East
WEBER COLLEGE STUDENTS IN SECURITY OfFICE Richard D. Tilling, o"l.tant die are The perfect new for all-weather rain or shine coats IV ,24 2 Pass; Ralph J. Rossi RAY
I tile manager .f the Secl.l Security Office In Lk.'tand, li lurreundcd by Weber collage .tud.".. and make ideal 2V 2. Pass Pass
and, a U.chr .. h. xplalni tht function el th. olflct. Leaking en ere, from the left, Mn. Helen along coats to take in 2 N.T. Pass 3 Pass! TAX ASSESSOR STATE REPRESENTATIVE
'.. K. Hundien, Instructor I. .."I., Benennel) class for retailing; end studies Carol Dileranie, on colorful a trip. Many come 4 V Pasrf Pass I N. Pel. Adv ky .. i. MM H. ..... A d. be 5a" .._
pretty prints stripes
Barber. Parka, end R..." ...",k. Th. clan vliitad tha offlcai hen, yesterday (Ledger Photo by or polka dots and look like -West- led-.-the- -Jack- of.spades.---- .
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